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I 5 oi I1i U + 4aYfMi1 M MMtiW t+ r y T t AI RI J It 1 IJi F 1 J ftt j 0 fM 1 r tI r t 4 tJRI It 1 I f r Wi 7 r fietlIt i i I 1 f t I of I 1 l1J t 1 J1 fejbbWork i DEVOTED TO Till INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year if ROL III HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYf FRIDJtY DECEMBER 81 1909 Nil 24 f iREITPLOT 1 iflMUSLIFE i J i Believed Cook is Now trav cling Abroad Danish Scientists Say Records Submitted by Brooklyn Doc tor Laughable 4 I New York Dec 27 Thit Dr Pred ertck ACook Arctic explorer re gardliig whoso strango disappearance there Jias boon much mystery fearing a plot to take his life shaved his niua iache andfuttlsgulse left for Europe under tho assumed name ot Frederick Hunter was the gist of d statement issued by Charles Wake of lO East Sixtieth street Wake who for many yours was Dr Cooks most Intimate Mend makes EO effort now to defend Jtho explorer Drbookthe Central Hotel In Lisbon Portugal J 0d in a cablo message dated Decem HunterthMrs Cook who it had been planned was to have accompanied Dr Cook to Europe with the original polar data The cable message read Where can I reaCh Marie Has ale my original records Mrs Cook was then nearln Europp thoAraordir- Wu o4I m e cori1 tdemunitde this fafcttpDrCookby cable hatetL ild be sent a cable mcs cgb to Dr Cook Informing him- allerotta Would Und 1ir Coon Sine iillrfEvSVVmko r fas il1OH So fSwordjfroorhe knows the explorer end his wife have not mJton tho other side After describing a conspiracy which be said Dr Cook believed really ex fctcd Mr Wake tells how the Cooks urged him to come to the GramaUn Ion Bronxvllle and occupy a room Adjoining their apartments He said that to satisfy Dr Cook he allowed the door connecting the two apartments to remaiti open during the Bight Several letters wore received by Dr Gook Mr Wake telling of tho alleged pot to destroy bin data oven if It wa accessary to kill Dr Cook to gain possession of the documents Mr Wake raid It woos not until he had re ceived letters of a similar nature that Due put any faith in tho oonsplracy story Evldneocs of the plot napalMed out by Mr Wake wore the warning tetters too fact that Dr Cook was pnstintjy folfowed spies or de fectlvaa and that thero was a tole phone leak which mado it im JIOI8ib1cSor either Dr Cook or hUn 1l over the tolc hono without other persons hearing ibeir conversation After detailing the plans arranged lor Walter Lounsdalo Dr Cooks secretary to convey only a typewritten spy of tho polar records to Conen flagon while the genuine data was tore taken to Europe by Dr Cook and tta wife who wore to meet Mr tLoims Me at Btetiln Germany Mr Wake Mia how the plans were upset be uaeof Dr Cooks ouddcn impulse to floo from the menrjie boliovedi were itewlowlng him 4Mr LoUn3 hn und the usual ar Xt the Grand Conteal Dr Cook 4te4 Mr Loumedale found the Usual arrayOf mm walling to shadawtl1pm Mr Wake aid in oxplalningthe man a ecoftheexptorera flight from new t4idIThoy hurried through the trsrd and saw a southbound Mad19- 0uee1T Just getting under Dr tlleok auddimly e c al1edlIerG to ctinceto get away from them apd 1am sol g to iakoi ItConlalong Tkeyaxught the oarJuet ae it was tW6rijgifpar1 sue hlnnel and crtain tiiat Uw mi had been itbehindrhoy the car aL Thirty 4n1ed 1hsywoutJJ ber the tart dgox wan- nedto againmake sure tlatathoy- 4reeaetpeiegt ed FrOJ h e1eJ 1mh ttn yha 0 rbya clrcul- tdwratiteaa+ 4J iCooktook strife Mii ter 1bUsdilyilatOnthe way to j r P Jersey City bohaiLs mustache shaved oft and exchanged his dorby ha for a soft felt hat Sudden Death of Alex Barnett Mr Alex Barnett one of tlie bes known citizens of tho county dlc suddenly Wednesday morning of heart failure Mr Barnett was an em pore of hhoHartford Horald and had also boom on The Ropubflcan Stat at various times having learnt I the trade in this office many years ago when IWv Joe B Rogers was its editor He had starved to his work and fell onftho street about 7 oclock Mr Will Glllesplc who was near by went to his asmatanco but he was never ablo Ito epCak and dted in a tow moments after being carrIed In to the grocery store of U S Car son Mr Barnott bad been in de dining Health for several years and had fallen a number of times in a similar manner I Ho was born near Hartford August 18 1854 and was married about 15 years ago to Miss Ollie Anderson whoJlurvlveshm Ho was a good citizen a devoted husband and a consistent member of the Methodist church The funeral was proaohed b Rev Elgin at the church at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon after which the burial services were conducted at Oakwood by the local Maccabpa lodge of which he was an ardent member The pall bearers were Messrs L P Foreman Dr A B Riley W E Ellis Will Glllcsple C E Smith and C M Barnett vTho grief stricken wife and other relatives have the sympathy of 41 host of sorrowing friends Those from a distance who attended of tho funeral of Iho deceased word M r Allen Anderson and wife Mrs iiobert Norris aid Mra Marvin Thornijry of OwensWiib Dr Nester t Barnett CaneyvjlllnudMr Barnett Rogers of Qulncyi f11 A Big Show prSlt e Orio ot the fInest and bosf equipped moving plctnra RhOWLjn Kentucky for sale Will exchange for land or stock Reason for celling have gone Into tho mercantile business Call on or write me at Beaver Dam Ky Your truly If A D TAYLOR WALL TO BE- HALtEYS SUCCESSOR I Stanley Millard to Resign Before Legislature Meets I Frankfort Ky Dec 28Judge Garrett Walof Maysvllle one of the best known attorneys in tho Ninth Congressional district la In Frankfort today In consultation with Gov Wllkon and it is stated he will be appointed to the State Board of Control to tale tho place of former Adjt Gen Percy Holy whoso term expires in a fow OOS- Judge Wall Vs one of the most promi neat Democrats in the Ninth Congres sional district He was once a candi date for Corigress antI served several I terms In the State Senate He is regarded as a strong ulanfor tho place It Is stated hero that before the Legislature meets Gov Halya place on the board to fill but as well that of Stanley Mll ard of Lexington I whoso resignation according to tho reports going the rounds vrlll bo I handed in DccombnrSi It is knovn that MrMilward Has contemplatcd resigning for tome time as there has been more opposition to him among come members oftbe Legls lature and he did not ptopoto to be come involved in a fight over tho con fJrmfrttyn of his nomination In ad d1 Mr Mllwards privalio business takes up o much of his time tfhatho theattentiont positionroqulresThis from the Tenth district and the of the tnan is not known i it la etatedt that thb Governor hasdtte give the position to a Vincheoter resident I jBecaufttunion meeting to Hartford the O and pj of Januarys there will bo ab tpss fbxoea sebelyed at the 1lartCorct en tli says Finance Committee a p 3 W fh- Li t EDITORS DESIRE I NEW LIBEL LAWS Pencil Pushers Discuss Things of Importance Molders of Public Opinion Hold Annual Love Feast at Lexington lLLexington Ky Dec 28 Memberc oT the Kentucky Press Association gathered hero today for their annual meeting During the convention men prominent in tho newspaper business from all panto of the OomnjonwciUth will discuss problems of interest to those who edit the dally and weekly papers Tho address of welcome to the press association by President James Ken nedy Patterson or the State Univer sloy queues Ho spoke earnestly of tho in flucnce of the proas and the support it should receive by the people He was eagerly listened to arid was Interrupted several times by applause President T C Underwood respond ed briefly to tho address of welcome T C Underwood of Hopklnsvillc President of the association presided at the afternoon meeting An amendment to the libel law which at present allows a case against any newspaper in t eBateI to be brought before the courts in any county in tho State In which one copy of tho newspaper goes was strongly urged by every speaker in thedlscusmonI beenlljucdtold of their experiences In a humor ous vein which however showed plainly that an amendment to the State law will be vigorously sought C L Adler President of the Ken tucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis told of tho tuberculosis conditions In this Stato and appealed to the editors to do all In their power In their coun uOO to influence the people of the Commonwealth to remedy conditions The round table on The Press nnd the Legislature was led by Harry McCarty of tho Jessamine Journal of NIcholasvllle Mr McCarty mentioned a few of tho bills that the newspapers of the State had tried to have passed by the Legislature all of which failed R R Perry of the Winchester Sun Sontluel suggested that tho associa Uon avoid everything which appeared to be begging or asking the Legisla turo for something which Jo for the benefit of the newspapers of the State and to show that whist they are asking fox is for the good of the people of the Staet He declared that the one important legislation which the newspapers are entitled to have is a revlson of tIle libel law Ho told of five personal experiences wheye suits were brought against him for libel in crfunties where he did not live and where bo had as few as three subscribers and in one county where ho had not a subscriber Ho declared that no law is JuaUhat requires man to too tried in a county where he has aip subscriber that oven a shorter thief ia entitled to a fair trial where the crime was com matted A E Gullion editor of the Henry County LpcalfSald that country papers were little troubled with libel suits because they were not rushed to the press but that city papers did not have time to throughly Investigate every bit of news matter and were more likely to print oomething which would bring on a suit He spoke of politic rooBtrovcrskies cauii libel suits andadvoeatcd a prpvtelon tor Jealencr la case prompt retraction of equal prominence to the matter iIngtlie libel suit He dccforoil that it BhTuId be mandatory io bring the jury to consider1 such retractions Birthday Dinner No Creek Kyi Doc 37 I 7 EdLtor Repu4lk nPksseallow me through the cplumnc of your paper Ito express my thanks and gratitude itbYmy friends arid nelglibors for the birthday dinner igiyenrate ioamythlrty DlrthdgyjiDecLa8 wlalch wets a- anrpilsto Tr buethf occaiioia ttai 1 f fo onoi of the most agreeable surprises of toy life and I bloievc it was r Joyed by all present I want to assure you that no one enjoyed your dinner and presence more than myself I also wsh to thank you one and all a I shall never forgot your kindness to me bn that occasion and to these of youIWho presented me with those nice and valuable presents Oh I would that I coilld oxiiresa my appreciation of thorn I prize thorn highly and they shall over bo cared for as a token of friendship and lave i BELLE WARD 1 I Two Benefactors Dead Undo Tom Murphy and Uncle Billy Haljoway werQ widely known known and had many friends Died at his residence two and onet half mlloa south of Olutnn on Wednea tlayDec 22after an illnotM of only a few days Uncle Tom Murphy the oldest resident of this section and said to be 95 years old The burial took place at 230 oclock Thursday afternoon at the residence und the In torment was in Farrls cemetery Undo Billy Halloway a resident of Roslno and said to toe 104 years of age died after a short Illness The Interment was in Roslne Cemetary I W E IIoI ST1TEUNIDNA E CALLED l To Januaryj1 15thMeeting to be Important S B Robertson secretary of the Kentucky Society of Equity has issued a call signed nhro by Presi dent J C cntrl for a meeting at FVaqkfort on January 15 Tho purpose of the meeting is indicated In the following two paragraphs of the ca1hi 5Thl3 will be an important mooting auseof the tact that an nmndc mont to our national constitution and bylaVa provides tnt an organ ized state shall have the exclusive right to fix its own fees and dues to wo insist that a fullreprosentatlon from both local and county unions be had at this time and wo would further ask that tho names of all delegates elected be forwarded to the state secretary ati Calhuon Ky Especially de we Insist that all commissioned organizers who pos sibly can will attend this meeting as ve want to eue a systematic plan ar ranged whereby the organization ol Kentucky may bo completed as rap idly as possible YorkFielden- Mr Marvin York and Miss Ora Flelden both of Shroader were quietly married Friday evening Dec 24 1909 at 6 oclock at the home of and by Rev T J Acton a cousin of tile groom They were accompani ed by Miss Mary Peach and Mr Jarae Evans The bride wore a coat suit of blue with hat to match and tho bridesmaid wore black Immediately after the ceremony they drove to the home of the rooms iparents Mr and Mrs J B York Mr York is a handsome and prosperous young man while his bride Is a beauti ful girl much admired and loved by a large circle of friends These popular young people have the best wishes of their many friends for a long and happy life Many Joys and row sorrows Is our wish Will Get Their Mail Sooner t The Louisville Thncs says Tho Louisville headquarters of the Railway Mall service Is preparing to Institute a line of tho service on the newly constructed branch of the L H And St L railroad which extends from Irvipeton to Earllngton iKya distance of about one hundred milco The headquarters of the mall serv ice were Untitled by the raanagemett of the railroad that Ito now bunch would be in operation by January 4 I The inauguration ot this new mall aerrlce will be welcome news to the I people at Hartford and Madlsonville tho two principal cities on the L- It and Sl La pew line The new service will bring mail to these two- towns several tours earlier than they pave been gettlug It t tOr Sale I New lour roomegttapteIn Hartford JohnEhitr k iJ TWO MEN BADLY HURT Fordsville Scene of Serious Christmas Eve Difficulty Clifton Cooper and Estill Spencer Shoot and Carve Each Other Whllo planning a raid on tho Pordsvlllo jail to rescue Walter Johnson a friend who had Just been locked up several young men said to have been more or less under the Influence of drink fell out among themselves Friday afternoon and a shooting affray resulted Clifton Cooper and Estill Spencer two of the conspirators are in serious condi tions and may not recover though they are reported to be resting well J W Burden tho town marshal who started the affair by arresting John son the man who was Involved In the shooting and made his escape Clifton Cooper aged twentyone Is shot In the neck and Estill Spen cer aged twentytwo is shot In the leg and arm and stabbed In the back Paul Cooper a brother of Clifton participated lu the fight but Cooper escaped without Injuries and avoided arest It Is alleged that Paul Cooper shot Estill Spencer and Spencer shot Clif ton and then Clifton stabbed Spen cer in tho back The town was thrown Into great excitement by the shooting affray Tho shooting occured at the side of Wilson Co1 warehouse The boys had been drinking all tho morn ing and had been friends here tofore The Marshal claims that the boys had been rowdy and ttmthc arrested Johnson and this caused much anger among tho others They were said to have gone to tho ware houre to plot to return and take tho town This resulted in a disagreement coming up between the Coops boys and Spencer Tho wounded boys were removed tp the May Hotel whore physicians Mero summoned Drc DoWeere at tended Clifton Cooper The ball was taken out from under his right collar bone having gone In at the left side of hsneck Drs Mathews Barnhlll and Roger attended Spencer The balli wore taken from his leg and arms Ills arm was broken by the ball Tho Cooper boys arc sons of Char les Cooper and are well known und the family Is highly respected SIm- ccr Is a son of Dud Spencer and al so belongs to a well known family FOR THE BUSY READER General Estrada tho revolutionary leader in Nicaragua will not accept the extraordinary terms prtpoied by the new President Mudrlz as a basis for peace A- While suffering considerable pain from his tall on the ice Andrew Carnegie showed much improvement yesterday ard expects to be out again In a few days Tho Ohio River is frozen solid at Madison Ind aid at several other points gorges have formed Naviga tion is practically suspended from one ond of the rover to the other Fire was discovered in the hold of the White Star liner Celtic Last Wednesday when tho vessel was four days out from New York The vcaxJ arrived at Liverpool safely A diagnosis by his phyaclan develops that Count Lou Tolstoi la suffering from bronchitis and dnflnma lion of the liver The high fever Monday was followed by a tower t mI peratureItho aged mlnJcter and his wife who IIElmarepoisoned Is tho theory advanced by the county Coroner ntt1l0 close of un Investigation of tho tragedy j I The forthcoming congressional In vestigation of the matters cutoring into the socalled BalllngerPinclKJt controversy was the subejct of a conference between President Tuft and RepreMntatlvo DalztIIof Pcnsyf vania ono of the Republican luulora in the House WoodwardFielden Hon Ernest Ey Woodward and Miss Alice Fioldon will be married at the homo of the bride near Pleasant Ridge next Tuesday morning at 8 oclock The wedding will lie a quiet home affair no Inventions being ex tended Mr Woodward Is the present County Atturiey and one of the mot prominent Attorneys at dIe Hartford bar llli bride to be is one of the fairest and a most captivat ing young lady- Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Woodward will take an ox tended trip to Texas and Old Mexico and will be at home to their friends In Hartford in about six weeks New Enterprises The Ohio County Farmers Mutual Telephone Co filed articles of in corporation with the Secretary of State Wednesday The Incorporators are among Ohio countys most progres sive business men The purpose of the company Mil bo to conduct a gene eral telephone business The AHier ton KIdd Co of Llvermore likewise filed articles of incorporation Wednesday SPECIAL MESSAGE COVERS MANY POINTS Urges Amendments to InterState Commerce and the Sherman AntiTrust Laws Washington Doc 28 President Taft discussed with members of hla Cabinet today the details of the special message he will send to Con gress next week dealing with proposed amendments to the ln cri ut commerce and Sherman antitrust laws Mr Taft began work on the tm jwrtant document today At one time it was thought that the President mlghc in this tto first of his series of sptcsl mowtget to Congres dcnl only with too Inter state commerce act Imivuig leafy pro p ied dlscussiiin if tLc antitrust law to some future date He hiss dtxiUkd however Unit M- Ule two Kubjcut are ao closely 10 hucd ho weal ddnere to his Original inleirviou of making his rvcummenda thins far changes lit the two actu Inoue onnmmiiJciiUou to tho Satiate and Houic In this morago ho also will sub mit his rtcommondatlonn for the Issue of Federal HcenutH to corporations Tho proposed license will be a voluntary one to bo taken advantage of by such corporatlrjjs ns desire to place themselves under Federal jur- Isdiction tir iftt alone as the diner tora of the corporation see fit rAof i e odesRough River No 110 K of P Jmd work in the first and third ranks at tho regular Tuwday night meeting A good attendance considering the ball wither- S Acme Lbdgo No S39 I O O F In itiated two candidates ata the regu lar meeting loot Friday night The fob lowing officers wore elected for the the coming year Noble Grand A B Riley Wee Grand W R Hedrick Treasurer W E Ellis Secretary Dillls Schroater This lodge will I some good work the coming year At tiie regular annual election of officers of Hartford Lodge No C7C F and A M last Monday the following were chosen Master W E Ellis Senior WardonIsnae Sandefur Junior Warden Owen Hunter Secretary C M Crowe Treasurer R Holbrook Senior Deacon Harry OBanuon Junior Deacon Sam Ellis TjUcr Albert Ral Member Ucard of Con trol C DL Barnctt Member Finance Committee G B Likens Chaplain J P Sandefur These officers were direly installed and will assume their duties next Monday night Wanted Smooth White Oak Logs 14 in and up In diameter 10 to 18 feet Idng Delivered at track any station Addrrt W M BARNARD Hartford Ky c r JrTJ r ft 1r- f 4cf i e of anC trrF 7 r1INSlltbE ARE TUITOIS 1 thisCompared Desert to Enemy Tariff Issue Defined ill Last Re publican Rational Platform The Tarit tAo was detlnlto The Republican Nattonaf Conveu tea a OfClgo In June UOs adopted a form that w troth very frequ- mislnated easy liT the so called i urIgem The saute tladtt fecUon this platform i Zlttomized In first saeteaoo width readsITIle RClJUbIk1tn party dedares ua TarIfll1mmcdlately follotYlng the 11Iu1Ira tJon of the next proeldflllt and com mtlads the seps already taken to this Wad to tile work oJgned to tluJ ape proPrt cotnIn1Uu of Coa winch are now inrc9t1gatlag- oporatlon and effect of eDsDg Ched- ules Nowhere JI1 the platform Is there fee of genwral rerStlon downward The Republican party Js a plJUrtc1 orpabatlon that has survived manyAnd utormw sad Iw wisdom hones and 4fldeacy Iva Mnafned It against auacts from within and without N poJlUosI Party can turvhe wlthouJ- eodorJhlll and wlthont a loyalty to that leedershlp and without a 100al ty to toot I tradership as long as JtQ carries outUnw r4 Talky founded patty tradition aid Wory The p oat leaders of UlP Republican p arc for the mfcL part mfn who have TOWn old In U4 party se Proatdent Taft Is the recognized or the party Sx the organization which had enough confidence into him nominated bit to the highest oC flu In the nntloamust concede and maintain lda rght to leaderahlp has done rwthJng pines his tams tton to forfeit or Impair this rightI RfPUb1Jleanplatform that tluo would be- rspeckl Tariff tftlloD c Congress to carryout this prowJh Naturally tile lit hcrxlo was wagcxl mainly a tho Uftpubllcan Congree men as the I majorlt dId not get exactly what wltfld Nei her did Sonator Ald SfmIatorprontlaes and ootrxninna among the I lradotw brffu tiro thud htll- aekgted was The final bill repress nltd tJl IJoe5 dfortu ct nil the Repub- llesdra ices to Knt ttgther Jt was n IfrlXt bill but ft was the heat QOOId be dtpt4 fur Ing the de In Iloo 3 and ornate nwet at- Itlgnblfcan tbeIi 1drJl swod wIth pr8l1 dtiat Taft I BIlL La PlkotJflf VJltcnn Cmenor Mina etd weeralqwit L IMLtI Tlk had o- Izod a rebellion II y4tr before and I tJlqy wMt urftl tIlr f r gad op be pWCUnf y to tekq the faald opal JuttgahaYes wc mall Irntyeh r lead tM flight ajainst the uatjarny by gJf1g over optnly tl IJmC and at ottotfnghm th4r- Sonatr t son lirlyUw Etta 14W bu a thout it h Irdrt d w rlsman tship of to ho againc for RIubllctn Org atd orcstIMiJCratfc mlaaMN t+wttkct Taft Wig has Rod tIbc 1 wrodlol Itepuhlleans to remaIn taIf1l 11Enre Prlne- of Republtatuas way ut f7tllkc tbo 1 arm bill 1J1l it IY1lFlbly n w tutu doG at of tkiUJjllllllicau Pitny But thoJIII11III1 xte acual and timebytut Pre+ lder t a111 tlgged them to made ntaad by the tf I d th r- tisn CJO sable TI1Jhlt ctnrinteully- tdo wth nerncfalll Were re Jye In 1kin this rlCra4IIe lUtre w4 Iw orry at- pVtatlbh cue In the W1 4 thu Rulmb- lprogramm Mtn last of UJife game j1l7Iy thoutwrgetrtti itnltlkanub j h+ s the Denrcta + le itit that ord a 31IIIIt bYeet tl ir dafp th ttll1fe- rJn oY btnt trltor Juan ua Jtdgs Duel ush14oy ItA hrl wild whp ilr rtod uric ultra Lt o wIth JbyheTill nYllllhlCoorwIIf Kanw4 Who the chic fM r nrll tit UI Sutat- edprr n mAU I tll utNMt4pttturnr They- not i jJIIt Ivioblyr lc lrryJtll torn to dlo MhiL of dttJQrt Is xry III HDJOrgNlc Kat s nipuhtJw tt art slot tIlItm N urNtmviI Jgght erur Ilv Mbabe say tlilJL 1 iwar 1NWLptvi tiio tau atQIi tntor iris item path v 1 f f i Ij F- k i eerac woe Jeft jIUt We YIJ I reterrcerteerwt+eelSe file moon Oa1y flee Deaeeratlc t3esator the SdeTana rote ierHe was ire8 laCATtJf ottf- wWe +etitare tile th adios o8 k1 part was trittto hi tasty whteh is slid a1 has bees at least for reaay deco a part otaatlProtectloa S Fr TradetKsasae Clty Jtwaaal Hows ThISuW- e otter One Hundred Dollars ward fan say eot catarrh thai twaoot be cured by lla1la Ca- tllitrr trth F J Cheney k Co Toledo 0 We the updettdgntd have know F J Cheney for the last 15 years tetfese hm perfewly honorable b finanlatcarry any tioDS made by his firm Walding Klnran l M1nfn Whole safe Dugglata Toledo O latether sadly acting directly upon the bJood sad mucous attatxs ot the srrcm T imooials sent tree PrIce 75 cent- pee IYAtle Sold by AU dtugista Take Balls Family Pills far con stpafopfIn Memory or Dear Nell Vduen la memory of 31cs W HnrtheThe span of Ute was brief ayes llke the gold la the sunset sky As the life 10 the rosewhose lea unclose then begin to die In the morning of her life With the dew it youth on- o her brow The happiest hour of our cherished flowerwTis hard to lose her now Our Father sends the sorrow the blow bitterriyOn our quivering hearts below questionhsttdOr know the slits he has lu store 1or His chosen ones nooe blr Gregory Wedding who Is t- roTo sling salesman for a LoulsYllle Chrn1stdge a Imrents R Wedding and wife OWENSBORO INQUIRER Imongt lagshay SrnW Hager Owen born Ky Dec 2tFre ui pitthatnt atIraesr norlllpll exited lIy JUdge S W Hagt hare The low Is aQJt 2O0- heT Inquirer had a xplondfd qulp Issuing a daIlYRmlTekl and kly It had an uptodtto porkct Ins prows and battery uf linotype maabaft chinewwhlch may In In condition tl p overhauled and put In shape again dge Hagar told today that while from the plant ot the Owtutaboro M e spnger which was lag uutly piacad hIs disposal by Owner Urty Wood a tlluaxstlag the rmpontrluntS of uowlllnllermun to the misfortu neE a brother no matter how wong COn1JJton tlwy may bs In basin ass political affairs Judgs Ha ear rented oftkes In the Owens Saving Dank Company MItlingwhenIIITtor had made a fire In the furnace had left the building By the It was dlHCQveiOO the flames such headway that Jt was m tQ chock them Judgo Il3ager raid today that while fire uaturnlly glues the paper a were oc tbdckstill ttvAll not tap Ita win prOgTeESauII that plena will InsAnt bl made to Issue a better papor move over btfire no3r The Favorite of Fate JKat tlpccltdlSlts patlnnt ut many wecko of treatment says had at last boon doclarcd cur J neigorsa grateful teel1ng lie nFkctl the ncsililr thr amount or his bill drlandt my draft IIlrt Bard apectnlblt Whoncvtr 1 treat it I nlwnyc make fts point to 1adsargc move p MThey lm x pea rnjtlleJ the patio nt UOIIIfUIIy rr IItnon Itll br i dollar dhnt OMct14ce Good bra 11 The ei 61k = dens Ire tbwi k fetes s iklZ1Jt tin 1Mt of JiaaeT 0 Re a1a lies set leie yl6lleet say pllir rlnierar fecibektiti4stclliere s2ie elter- t haetaees astetprfae wen wnit la sot rfsidtiutrroahoald- er COB 11tis liQJt 1le grunt w hea lBel easair 1JIeW kdosb tdaats 1tte0tileIapttiliceilosEeaway t wl1ld1 tOO1d be earned j7 these who sake the JRTeet and f the hard work l to ystala a yHewepaper Bestdese tke poetoUlce regnlatloaa now prohibit seadmg or this class olmaU to perI tosadstake ourIOf fa Southlgcarrou Liv IILetheir papers and It shown In arreSts will take notice that after Janua- rT3 1910 unless renewed by the payment of arrears and one year la Ad vance hey will be discontfaned REPUBUCAZoTY1BlBLE LOSS IN BURNING MI For Fifty Years Anthra cite Coal Goes Up inJ Smoke In the Panther Crack Ya1ley trncKl by tho Lohfgh Coat and NLTfPto1 Company a fire has been eating its way Into the rich coal deposits that lvasand of lure efforts were made for Its extinguishment but it stead13 defied aU the resources tit science at that time and during the tubseq cent years At first the mIstake was made of attempting to put this subterranean furnace out of buslnerJl by pouring wafer with the carob the ezplaston thus caused only ope up new channels through which fire extended its progr es and it eslmaled that 10000000 tons et coal havQ been eoptrrmed at a lees to the company ot not ies thlln25OOOOOO But It is also estimated that thererd are 400000000 tons morn at haze state that has kept Invention ncthe during all of here years with the proapoct of a succet ful Issue at I All previous devices paring tailed was pally decided to build An Im fire wan between the burn coal and the rest of tho mJnes So great was the tire damp that at first men could not be sauced for the work but IIJetul venULttora were Installed n burgoons corps and a hoe pitsl outfit were establlshoo and h wages were paid men to work la thlr tymlnutc relays under which cot flaps no carious trouble WOlf eXPQ- renced There Is now completed a tlrep tD0top of the full wlwre the coal outcrops to tho last e which nt a depth of Ij5 feet rase htl permanent water level From that tQ the boundary ut the cools Mm tunnel will be cut through foal with cement ands filled with m making the ealJro fIre wall over thousand pee In length ThIs will cut the loter seam la two and cave ombustlble matter for the fire rood upon Thls has cost a quarter mlllon dollars but II It elves for wIllionwell inverted and help to Pnopono Ue fateful day when we are told wQ shall become II co3lless county arburnA NDENH ALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria renCOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Dec OThe apes at Wfa plllCOC clone next Friday Mr C W Sovcn and family WillJ to their homo at Proaila In the future IIEn Ollvs Gordon la rlaltins- sletar Mro V1Wtrfncc Allow at t writing Mrs J W Cox fs on the sick list I Atlas was fn the Cmbrch- borhood wn fast Saturday oft htili HarlenStevens left Sunday tlalhnou to spend ChrJatmatti with sister Henry Smith familydoto our notghborhoott coin l yUICKS RILLS J tho Or Yer I1I paves Doctors dillS I r I LAW IN THE NEeW1LDERNE What an Officer of Caned Mounted Police Stands For An officer of the mounted pollee not an ezpadeat of the law he g the law staff When he rides his cay use to foothill Camp or treads on snowshoes the worn north trolls offy the trapper he goes clad WIth the authority of courts He proeetves or del but he also makes stress trios offenders In his own courts then escorts the man upon whom tense has fallen to a Triton of own making where the lawbreaker may be Incarcerated for ten days or Iedispeaks It Is one with authority says a writer la the Century Inextrcmo cases when the death penaly has N be enforced one mounted polices apAsmay have to act as clergyman cxfl ecutloner and coroner In AU this I sweat without any m secretitrte I these intprtanive words do taw rc ctus and grizzled soldkr enter the service of the mounted poUce and ot swear fidelity to his majesty Edw VU It Is not prospective wealth that attempts a man to become nn Tire builder In this mounted hof Greater Canndda for hard flservice Toot her payment 1Thtl newly recruited constable i GO cons a day his tram of ens meat floc YellS and ho may look hroDkforward to reengagement Qn a CCQnd a stat sugants pay ofIn toheftapeamen of Iy sound constitution and possessc characpodroadudor 1unde and horses ride well m fnomoasuremto 175ofwith a wirelAiflat Women Wto Aro Envl dcuThew attractive women who are stow lovely In the face form and to111Jer cd the envy ot many who might be like thorn A week sIckly woman wU be nervous MId irritable Constipa- onti or K1dncy poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexIon For JI such Electric IIltitttx work wonders Thpy Spuritybright oyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lotrolly complexIon ilan healthd4t1s A Knotty Legal Question Leninhitfor decision growing out oC a oontr vcrs between a landlord and tenant Mrs seraph Baumanrented iL tIttrom bits Emma Madsen Mrs D1U resldoncafur teathisiayyw111 thetilllvIIJoPtIl d bra btddrtastpct firs Prang at thob4Y r that dog 5Otzcdthe20 bill The dog captorS Gr aeanChtidS 1 u 7 Z t IjL aN says 1t1Ma a yetywa4Tr Ii tUnt ettroPeA the b111 It Mire anN T Ip ed toel kowever1Ias adraftt tewklsga pbill from the wlD the ir1sA CJMadeea Udat get sal teat maAsite q net of the tral15ICUODrltOt Ita aeries k at leeatraIId as rs DamBarel sea to pay any turther- kI Mrs fad aced for 11 llrsDaa ttaaa says the rrat has been paid col acted and approPrfated by tlie Cas icwere The dog didnt give Sillsacs between the amount of tho rent and rho denomination of the bill whIch was embezzled by the dog Mrs Baumans DfgUDlnel IS samo what similar to that of an oldncgro In slaretrry days who excUSed bl keyer1by the unique plea that Jt was mars ter 8 nIgger and marsters tUrkey therefore no offense was cnst1t ed for If marrtcr trod Inns turkey he had more neeo and therefpre had no kick coming or words to that efirp feet bars Daurean avers that D- Jtadsens log got the money and that Mrs Iaden and too dug win have to settle it between twehes ns toto bOtb1Iwhich the dog tailed to pay over isanot Intohave who has tho case under adrlsem- i9 eat making a close study of an sBt ales bearing on landlords tenantJ and dogs iJICKSstoou PILLS Will cleanse your liver and purl your blood and make you feel Ice a new man UNIQUEt FAREr aregC Served Day After pay to In we sat cozily before the ch blaze writes Caroline Thur- as account ot A Motor Invasion of ed graay In the Century wt In Bulged In mathematical calculations and found that wec torty wo tng consecutive of with pota toes never otherwise than bolted One the women ot our party once cried mpathetfolookandWhy eh why are there orxpyfemThan are madam but they arc lalng purposes uThen why oil why do yroU always boll your potatoes madagmessy e tJtoIour passage through the cslua cncouaterutigcewe gauddcrvcrywhereter ofsadofchstageredassnnchovlessbrlmpant meats five varieties otchecsepck oranges and gootlfborr marina tea tour kinds of raised bread bread with caraway English blc Norwegian rusks tried eggshnl variety unrccognlzro And boll potatoes foods nays about brain and building value as a food to the brain and youthsand that is Oats are the most ngtritious Me saysoatnlcal is gaining frqund e e1f Jo dQot eat Bntaia ks oEat f 1 111 ifNCAEt7iLEE 1 f At Hendersonn tfltst reek t1i January frJ iliersapliesulfed in Cofi richo 4amt Reversal Was Secured t The cases otthoCommonw a1tk pgaltlsl T s Attdetaouunder Indlct- eU meat for the alleged wrecking of life Davlem County Dank andTrutmpany wIll be called at HendrBOtt the first week In January When the lIen derron Circuit Court wll oonvette with Judge Hen aoa on tho ben b This wlJlbe the second trial of thoageti beaker On the first trIal he was toufid gusty ot swearing to a state mast of the beaks condition that ho knew to po false and tutss sentenced three years In rhoe penftcntfary An appeal was taken and a tcversaltsecured an the grounds that Judge Blrkhood should have vacated the bench and s change of vends should boon granted to some other county The case was then transferred to Henderson county for the next trial Mr Anderson Is now living In Toa netsee with his familY William lIe Clatn of Henderson has been re talned as counsel for air Anderwa to taijo the place of the late fJohnW Lockett W S Morrison And Foster Hayes will also represent the de tendant 1 Both Commonwealths At totvey ntngo and County Attorney Flan will go to Hendreson nnd ion duct the prosecution A Thrilling Rescuo r How Bert R Lean ot ChenyWash was savedd from a frightful death Ja a barsarebrought on a da Crate lung trougle thht baffled all expert doctors here Then I paid 11 15 a vista to a lung specialist Spokane Who dd not help me Then I vontto California but with me and note I am lIB well us ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and bldg Asthma Croup and Whoop Coughrlta reme Trfa1 bottle tree iuaraataed by RJtcdruggists y The Mark 01- 1Silverware The mat 1 weumt mod dlUable IUrn plated torte poou and fane n1nr pasta re etamrrd trial the reowned trade mart J 1841 JUi5M BtVSa onIean1011IlaUDIll1ah noses ware tfnt made In j 1141 and ware roarert qllJIJenbb iadIagdeaieneregwtete 04for calalorne alowlllcrJ iSJlJUTANNUc I twutanc a rur JIIet4u c t The highest medical authority on foods 7 ir James Crichton Browne LL DFRSyof London Jgives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats 1 theYouths thegreat foodthatt trihoatmeal nclaerinleclthlns Scottishtaborersitetasdsays j Kingsher developed i A fgoodOats not only furnishes the bestfood for the human being biit y eating it strengthens aid e glandthisgland J with tile nourishing prpcssea tof the r saysIt li 1 i tItheoMCrneasule t pEthc thyroid Itdatyoattia1 1 i porridge is t Scotch eat J Oate tli ca it iithebwt1meals l alloat1Ii 4 ar t r tt- e J u i I F JAS1JEFFERIES JEBEST 116111 1 r Was That Against Bob 2 f Fitzsimmonsf Jack Johnson Soon to Mc- r et- tJ g i Pimjo Test Worlds fr1 Championship 1 romy mina thebest fight I eta i t inatfu wasagalnst Bob Fitzsimmen on Juno 9 1899 when I knocked hIm out In eleven rounds at the Cone Island Athletic Club and became cliaiifon of tho world Previous to this fight I had lUet Bob Armstrong tho giant urgro In the East and had boon crltlc1sed b- eauso I did not knock him out In a hurry When i trained for the battle with Fltzalmmons I dohrnilncd to- go Into the ring faster and better than lever been in my life so 1 eoulddo myself justice I had net fer eel In perfect shape as I had carried too much weight I When I faced Ittzslmmona I be 11101 was In the best condition I could POssibly reach For thirty days previous to June 9 I did not drink a drop of water so anxious was I to take oU weight When my throat be came parched I simply gargled The conditions seder which I fougl- were discouraging I felt that some of lilY backers did not think I could de feat the champion and Incidents of lilY training had peen discouraging As8o wetter of tact however Ire i1gard my battle with Fltzslmmone a- sr oneiot the easiest In my career At the end I was not even breathing deeply 4w e The impression has prevailed In the mInds of somo that my stomach was Invulnerable but If this waS true that blow Fltzslmmons lamed under my heart in the fourth round would have shown the weakness It wasa right hand blow delivered with every ounce of strength Fltzsimmon- poaseesed but I can honestly say it did not bother me Only once durlhg the fight did Fitzsimmons hurt me and that was whoa he split my eyelid His body thtnlivtight realized I could take punishment for I 5n and ot ten and hocould hit ashardu9 any man In the ring at that time I outgenerald Fitzsimmons In this battle by forcing him to lead HIs stronghold had always been coun terang but as I kept after him con tinually be had tolead or back away and When thus forced ho was non t plused I knocked Fitzsimmons down In the second round with 1 straight left to the mouth and ho actually looked ear prlred Ho did his best work In the fifth round and shot his bolt tor his heaviest blows failed to provo as effectIve as they had ngalnst other lI1en In the eighth round after 1 had knocked him down Fltzsimmom came up looking scared lie reallze- dV then I think for the first time that he was n beaten man I knOCked him out in the eleventh with n right hand swing to the chin I went into that fight I rank outsider and when It Was over was char pion of the world a title I have held 4o this day untarnished nnd which I will continue to hold thus until 1 again retire this time forever from tho ring JAS JrJEFFRIF13 Educational Department By V11bQrt E Hall i Winds gradually drift great masses of snow into ravines and moputain valleys This Feat macs ot moving snOV and lea Is called a Olacler Manx years ngq there waS a long period 01 time called the glacial pGriod At thatttmo a great body of tceknown- as the Laurentian clincher c ended oyer Canada and other parts o- fBritlsr America far down into the Unlteb States Its most extreme lobe reached a point in the Miesleslp- I i Vallgynot tr from the niouth of OhIO Jill route of the glacier ls deetr 1 coveted with glactui drifter lanY t greet and many small rock baslne- ter c were hollowedout by thtltigreat nov fag leeabeet GlaCial rcratcheb an- dy =roovep morafnac dru4nllns Intlotlf j forms Eflt marl its course A- perUonofr this glacier visited Newt York and Now ugiaQc acid I arte- xtended to the elto 0f par great aaetropolINev York c1ty Far a inelect1f eR1uJ t Irea m ee Arwed perform the atunaedouatask i re foiling ike uffIC ef the s pow6rMa1 Io great + ihat- pt IUlrtdeuiltalpl aY ahaatpei J t9D aril 11 rt j rf irm n ttxr3wn liklar1- 1JtrntlAakeHIli the Greeg mobs anttla Hlrkshira Jti lIJr a- 4ehlty renlnlelgd br tce 1Y rev j hale their orJgln fhtbeeoglaeer- oams Tbo Rhone th8 Ithh and the oqes are examples Such lm- mensemasses of anew and leo asirc- arried by glaciers deepen consider- Ably the walleye through which theY move dererted their f01I11r- valeY8 evldencee of their fotltnerox- lstenco aro eurlly traced by Ilnes of- unstratified rocks and mud left bY their moraines in thOlr bouldersant also by the mani grooves orscratch es worn In sides of valleys by Im bodedrocks Tho following Is the beautiful er- itprtahiment planned rot the close or- OIatons hoaJDcember17 Beautiful and lmpreeto talk by teacher Vernon M Crowder Prayer by Bro J R Druner School Days songGarnett Felix PoemChrystnStcnrsman Grandmas StoryDeslo watson Music PoemByrOon Steamman Tho Old MaldClydO Smith When Daddy Comes HomeAnnle belle Ford Kitty nt School Iabcl Stone Little Boy BlueCharlld Ford Music Lightning ExprosrGllla Daniel When Pa Begins to ShaveDeck ham Stone Dialogue Sam LoaferEarl Miner Leslie T Miller Guy McDanlelEr- I nest Hurt Jesse Daniel Edna K MeDanLeI Music Good Month for True Lovers Edpa K AfeDantel Farmer JohnBeWe flank Be SafeMarlon PattersOn iAluslc Drinking House over the way Maude JlUe- rOijeboyjln Blue and Ono In Gray Monlebello McDaniel The Man of aU Diseasee at Once Marlon StMe MusicThe Face 9n the Flooroarnette FelixPeople will TalkRose Smith Dialogue Too Muth of a Good ThlnglIaudoMll1er Ella cummings Otha Patterson Nora pattersonMay moo Cooksey Maudle DanIel Leslie T MlllerEarl F lUllerWyatt Daniel Books were awarded as follows For perfect attendance Leslie T Miller Maude May bllller Earl F Miller For most headmarks Edna K Mcnan del Best boy Earl F Miller Dest Girl Otha raterlqn Treat au po nds good candy given pupils by teacher The teacher was the recipient of many lovely presents the last day of echool having been his birthday Mr Crowder Is certainly a good teacher lie has given entire satisfaction here Quito anumber of people from other schools attended the entertainment S S OLD RELIES OF- MUCH INTEREST Donated to the Kentucky Historical Society at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Dec 28The Kentucky state HIstorIcal Society today recelvcl from Mrs Rue utIIurrodM burg II handsome oil portrait ot Gov- ierlah Magoffln who was In the ex teutivo chair when the Civil war broke rut and who dQJlv red the celebrated declaration to Secrotnry of War Stanton that Kentucky would decline to furnish anY troops to assist In war upon her sister States There has been for some time amarble butt of lov Magoffin and the teen anxious to securo a portrait of tho War Governor Mrs Rue has pro laced a splendid llkenemnny say who have seen the picture She also bangs in the States Hall of Fame I- ntheblslorlcalro Tho hmaa cannon wbchwos Captured by Kentucky troopsatthe bat le of Saratoga during theRevolutiou- ry Nar and again rOO1vtured in the war of 1812 was Installed In tho his- orical horns today The cannon has repose In thetate armal here since Itwas given by CongleSJrlnto the keep- Ing of Coy Shelby the States dlllt executive Ad3t GCs Johnston felt that the cannonnrore properly belong ii to theousted of the Hlstorlcul Loclety than among the presentday I yeabadlywill make aaluable addition tb tli cues on dIsplaythercI ftb MEMDENHAhlS hill and Fever Tonic as- t get ra ionic far tiedt eljlig and nslaria YL4t 1 Ii rli 1 tK fjt I r 1o1 1 t QUESTIONS TO BEPERSONAL Census Taker Must Be rStrongr Applications for Positions Must be in by Jan 2SPrelimi nary Directions As tho Limo for taking the 1910 fed eral census approaches Interest begins to pick up and already man men In thIs vIcinity are preparing to- go after the positions of census tal era In their rOlpootlve distrIcts Per hops details of their duties may deter somo of them Dana Durnnd chelf census taker in the United states has Issued his preliminary Instructions The examination for census enumerators takeS place on February F and all applications must bo In by January 25 The examination Is In reality a test of the mental capacity of the applicant and a collego education Is not requlrei- Each applicant will be given a regulation census blank to fill out correctly and the papers will be marked by the census supervisor The bee twill bo sent to washington ms the supervisors recommendation of those who aro most fit to hold jobs as enumerators In his district But mere Intelligence will not got n man a jot Director Durand urged that eren If a man pass a perfect test he Is never thelessundeeirablo If he Is not 1JlIte- ar has a defect In Ws speech or has some facial deformity or Is otherwlso So different from other people lIS to be noticeable Then again a man who Is known to be morally unfit cant get a jobbecause people usually dont like tatoll their family history to men they dont think well of Most enumerators will get two cents for every name they collect A small portion of them will be paid by tin layeHere are the questions the Census man will ask you according to the enumeration rehedulo herO pUblished for the first time Your full name sox color or race age at last birthday whether single numIforIelgnbornurallzed or not Able to speak English if not gellanguage trade or profession eral nature of Industry or profession whether employe employer or work- Ing on own account Are you out of work How long wero you out of work In 1909 Can you write Car you read llavo you attended school lily time SInce Sept I 1909 Do you own your awn house or rent It If you own your own home Is it free or mortgaged Are you a survivor of- tho Union or Confederate army or navy Are you blind Are you deal and dumb or only dumb or only deal loft look as If hey would covet much space on an enumeration slip but things are not what they acorn at all Tho enumeration schedules that eaeh enumerator Is destined to carry with him from mouse to house are each two foot long by two feet wide and thero are enough ruled lines on them to permit tho ticking of 10011 tames So you observe one must bo strong as well as lnnelllgent to bea censUS enumerator Chliaren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA For Sale 274 aero farm l milo East of Render 1i miles West of Beaver Dam good two story dwelllqg and out build- Ings Apply to J W CARTER Ma tnnzas Ky 19t4 a p Judge Thurman Speaks Dardstown Iy Dec 17Judgo I T Thurman of Springfield Ky made Ii speech here Monday In favor of local optJoh He spoke to a crowded house He said In his peech that ho was just out of a heated electtion that ho was tired an worn out thut ho was stoking n much ceded rest and would not havo come tq Datdstown at his time except to- Oc ct80me mlsrapresntUonsWhich trma beIng made relaUve too his po 6ltt ii upon the local option questiton- n the courso of his remarks he Aeitik t tHulywhoehould I bother about eingmiareprecenfcd Isthat pot the aS InKonhckynowespeglally when a wan hopes oX lita prospectivecan- Idato for offlc 1S not your iiwn- poet disttnuiske4t cltizenposltion- a ths Very qUQstlon almost dall- yttsreprenledandepurelytor loiltl tl Jl Jle o they 1 or oJ 1JIWJ C i 7 7 rt Hart cOunty papers a bit ago say- that Qn Johnsonownedanduperated ones ot the largest distillery plants In Nelson county when I and aU of you know that ho nov rnt anytime- hadt any interest directlyor ladl recUr In the manufacture or rule of whisky You and I know and every roan wl1Ungto know the truth knowsthat tho records of your Count Clocks office kept wIthin n hun dred feet of where I now tandbear mute testimony to the fact that the first vote he ever cost In hIs life was for local oplon In Bardstown lie has voted that way for neraly a quar ter of a century At the last elec tion held In this county upon the question which was three years ngoj ho then voted for local option and I knowand everybody knows that he will again vote for local optlolt ucxt Saturday He Is a plain man of few words and yet a man who Is not afraid to express his conviction In my recent canvass for reelection ns Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judic Ial district when I was baing fought by the whisky Interests of that district as perhaps no man was ever fought before Den Johnson was the only man holding pUblic office In Kentucky outside of my district who came to my assistance In n speech made In the very camp ot the enemy with distilleries standing all about him he boldly and plainly stated that upon the question of local option ho stood exactly where he had always stood that ho had alunys voted for tt and always Intended to do so lIe has never trimmed hee has never dodged Though he beats no drum blows no horn and never marches with a brass band you need never doubt his position upon any public question More than that he Is a dry man of the right kind he practices what ho preaches lIe Is one of the few men of ntyacquain tance of whom It can be truthfully said that neither spirituous vinous nor malt liquor ever passed his lipsa glorious example to the youth of this country But I came to talk to you for other matters You pee plo of Nelson county know these things better than I do NEN DEN HALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed r The Beautiful Lesson If you love love more If you hate hate less Life Is too short to spend In hating anyone Why war against a mortal who Is going the same road with us Why not expand the flower of life and happl- nC2S by learning to love by teaching those who are near and dear a beautiful lesson Your lands may be hard but your heart need nut he Your form may be Ubnt or ugly but do you not know that the mast beau tlful flowers grow in the most tugged unsheltered places Tune palace f01 care the cottage for love Not that there Is no love In a mansion but somehow If wo are not very careful nusincrs will crowd nil there Is of teauty out of the heart This Is vhy God has given the Sabbaths antI Saturday nights that we may leave business and have n little heart leaning rCould Not Be Better No ono has ever made a salve ointment lotion or balm to comparewlth- Ducklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Comas Burns Irules Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers sezemn Saltt Rheum For Sore ryes CoM Sores Chapped Hands Its SI- 1preme Infalllblo for Piles Only 2c- at all druggists Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I COME AND GO WITH USj 1 ON A GRAND RE- EMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to send twenty young women be tween the ages oflO and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of ev ery kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Lou isville Ky For Full Information um GOOD POSITIONSDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 300000OU capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING acceptinghisBookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can convince you 75 per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesFOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRRUGHOHS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE itEoouroEATanl EVANSVILLE NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEh1PIIISPAD1jCAlI MtM+l ttFt t FFF Mt ++ te F u tflr ITHE KENTUCKY i Light and Power Co I UINCORPORATED 1 L- Wlhhi WIRE YOUR OUSR Jlf COST I IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOMEtOR BUSINESS HOUSE + INfBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN tREACH t- I iEI 4N+++i u JoHoH ++KUfff4 fli OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15G THE RIPTItLICAN and 81 Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBIICAN and lwiceaVeokOw sboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE 1 EPUBLlCAri and Dally vwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPunrIcAx and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Tim REIUIhrICAN and Cincinnati syeokly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF TUB WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL 7urfdottlanoatiabiorinepttttdent4ncbrLu Untlbtettaormeltlltaling erunthotitnatryt2tiO7 loss atndeallt naan4tshyttedtuiii eter lnheror ldllllllnm itaYaenatf YttUply tietmbr1 4111 he samba of nndtnt Touierthebanettukd turn lclcoUl1 O ill ImacI1IlIIhlfl nuutkunrifotuhtahsoldittnettadlbendnryotrovahneleaituu tolbtdooftoodauthaafuniteasTiie4airmet1ndent6tisrammonsiit or 1 IICk1 1- conallr 1I1Im1 IJui itO0Q9 4ifuu ebadnnofIstetybays battnthlaratairengletghtbyltltaket rtuler whrbu loruhbclit Gw u li07 a lIIiI mort ibdn u blf ttQUI If ibu kJJ sisiatlmtldetriettefUSrmeiry 4lliwlhipxiUeosliltnyistthetklltlal11rtuhiajttsmuin tertntkylebbeutpetdhkdnpeelbtfl liotmutettbit cnaTcslill01I thai iJ Jim Weed tlll1llliu et tlbye tad tlrii d mlllk1 It 4bint a trot rah for xutern Irtluty end rllidame it urset erprof lhi Ul uuty deiPtmsonrdtk 1 1 t t n V r 4 l ff te7 t r F a a UR i All subscribers indebted to this company for over onetnfonth must arrange to settle same by January 10 1910 or4 M f r service will be discontinued and the account placed with our attorney for collection In the future all bills must be J v vV t settled by the 15th of the month and no deviation will be allowed from this rule We appreciate very much the busi fIness of our patrons and trust no occasion may arise that will necessitate our having to enforce the abovebut we caner I 1 Juotmeet our obligations by promises from our patrons I I 0 ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONE COMPANYINCORPORATED 0SSSS Hartford Republican Stared according to law at the Foitofflw Hartford Ky a mall matter ol the wcond dw CM BARNETT EDITOR rBLBPaOUZS- C b 1n 40 h Rs a2 FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce Hon Ben Johnson a candidate for reelection to the office of Representative In Congress from the Fourth Kentucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to beheld March 12 1910 Next the Kentucy Legislature Sometimes one Cook can stroll the troth Will you lit on the wagon tomorrow The Blue Grass cant even net with us on wool Who knows whether Peary got there or not ifake your resolution strong enough to last twelve months The Prlcsident will won begin to bombard Congress with special mes sages If you Iutve anything good to say of a man dont wait un11 lie IB laid to rest During esldetitlcampal- of 1008 when a revision of the Tar iff was dUcubd at no time did the Republican patty xprllllf Htelf In favor of a low Tariff Unit would be Injurious to the American wage earn er farmer or manufacturer It was always a Tariff with due regard to the rights and Protection uf the people Such idea was present with the Tariff makers in Congress and It was not lust Bight of in the end The Democrat ofcourse would like to discount the Tariff issue In the minds of the voters and they arc doing their best to turn popular at tention away from this vital question But they will not succeed Thowork Jnsman knows that the Democratic platform and the Democratic candidates fire pledged to destroy the Tar iff bulwark against tune competition of European pauper labor and he re embers with grief hte lean days of the WHsonporman Tariff bill which though it Udnot go nearly EO fa- a Mr Bryan nnd his associates no would go precipitated the worst soup fcoueo period In the hlttory of our Country i To thereadersTheRepublican we extend wishes for a prosperous and happy new year The year 1909 with Jta successes and dlsapolntments la gone Let us atrlve to make 1910 jbftter for ourselves our town com TOUnlty and country Some changes in the business methods of our pa per may deprive us from recalling a I few to whose homes we have gone in the past but we hope tolncreaso our circulation toy reaching out for Jew S1Jbscrli eo that there will ba ntf decrease In the number who jreC our publication roan trek and wevJsavc faith enongli In t elnint J t of our paper as a purveyor of the county news to believe that many of those who havl allowed it to be discontinued In the past few weeks will soon be on our roster again 1MANDA school w1I opnat Mt Pleasant on the 17th of January 1910 H C Crowder is our teacherThe day of Mt Pleasant school was last Friday It iwaa attended by a large number of people Mr Frank Wright and llr Clarence Allen were guests of O P Rallies on Friday evening We have just organized a Sunday School Improvement League at Mt Pleasant We have 20 Senior members 9 Junior members and 5 Old members I Santa Claus gave us a good visit the 24th of December Mr Johnnie W Allen was the guest of W F Sandefur on last Friday he went from there to Horton Ky Laura Smith and Leslie Sandefur were the guests of Rlchtfrd Leach f Mr Arthur T Stewart nnd Mrs Molly Stewart are not well Mr Charlie Smith wife and daugh tel were guests of J C Leach on Christmas Day Mr Enos Wlalace was a guest of T F Crowder on Christmas Sight T F Crowder and C F Wallace were guests of Mr H C Crowder on Christmas day Mr Charlie Smith made a lucky draw on Christmas On drawing his ticket 99 cents was on the ticket for which received a gold plated watch at li 11 Stewarts Sarah Stewart who got hurt about one or two months ago Is Improving very rapidly Mr SammIe Steward arrived at this place the 23 of this month For Rent Dwelling house and store room See J W Ford Hartford Ky CLEAR RUN Dec 29 ChrJUmas Is over nnd everyone had a good time We are having some cold bad weather Health In this community Is ve good at this writing Mr L F Hoover and sister Miss Louella are visiting relatives area r Beaver Dam and Horton 110 M Hoover of Phllpot is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs 14C Hoover Mr C T Funk of Indiana is guest of relatives near Taffy this week Mr W H Duke who has been In Owe boro for several weeks has returned to tills place rMr Joe Parks and family near Iw lie Hoover and family rj H Travis and family of Washington spent last Friday thigh at Mr James Bartlefts on Barnett Crflek Mr Harve Travis and Miss May were qulely married at Hartford last weekMrs L C Hoover nnd Mrs Mc Murray and Son St Elmo spent Monday with Mrs Leslie Hoover Notice The Wool Growers of Ohio County will meet at Hartford Jan 7 All X S of R VoolGrowcr4 should ntta tend this meeting as Tire have some important business to attend to f E C BAIRD- ivPrcskr D M STEWART See y r l r fiF RENDER- Dec 23hies George T Edwards went to Roslne last Wednesday on account of the death of her niece J H E Iand J B Hardln and W J Mercer were In Owensboro last Wednesday tloing their Christ- I mss shopping Mr and Mrs Everette Ashley went to Horse Branch last Thursday to remain over the holidays Dr H B Innes was In Hartford last Thursday u John F Hocker of Cleaton was here last Thursday USIthe bride We wish them much Joy and happiness through their maul menial life- Simon Stevens wend to LouisvIlIe Friday to remain over the holidays Mr and Mrs Langford wneO to Dundee Friday to remain over the holidays i John Schwandner was In Bcqlyer Dam FridayIMessrs Joe Smith and Ed Hess spent Christmas day and Sunday In Louisville Mr and Mrs Wm Douglas opant Christmas day and Sunday In Sprln LickMr and Mrs Charles Fulkcrson spent Christmas day and Sunday In Rockport Mr and Mrs J L Tate of Rock port were here Sunday Mr S A Bratclver of Hartford was here yesterday Mies Anna May Hoover Is visiting In Owtnsboro at tills wrltng Miss Nellye Harris has returned from Linton Ind where she has been visiting for the past six weeks Mr and Mrs Jco Jcfreys and Mr and Mrs Klce Pearce of Herrin lili are visiting Mr tend Mrs Engleby at this writing Mrs J L Burton of Morgantown Is the guest of her parents Mr nnd F E Harris at this writing Mr and rs Robert cDowell have returned here to their old Kentucky home from Herrln III where they had been living for the past twelvemonths CryC Co after an absence of seven years He has accepted a podtion us weigher for them at their now open Ing Of the old Render mines Simon Is a worthy man and we wish him much success with his new position Birch McGee has returned to Pine Bluff Ark after visiting here for the past week Mr and Mrs Charles Stearns has returned to their home In Blclcnell Ind after spending their holidays here I OLATON Dec 30Mr Charlie Godsoy lane returned from arnonthV viSlt11 Cal= sWJMrsdlanapolls Okla Is heraona holiday I visit the guest of frfend isuJftelltjves 4jMr Charlie Monroe St Louis and Mr John Monroe of Ylcks4urg Miss spent the holidays the guest of friends and relatives here I Miss Sude Felix went to Fort yllle shoppllig Tuesday j Miss MagglH 1Iayof LeltchflcJd spent Friday and Saturday the guest ofllr and Mrs John Allen Mr Et lost Wlleon wife and two- childrenclam nnd Jess Martin rc turned from Louisville Saturday 1tI J 10 y f I a t i where they spent the holidays Mr MoS Baker Owensboro spent the Holidays the guest of his mother Mrs Baker of near town Mr Nute dyers and wife were here from Spottsvllle the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs J D Myers Mr Guy McDanlel and Miss Jessie McDanlel spent several days the guest of relatives at Stephnesburg Misses Llllle Whitworth Sulphur Springs Garnett Felix OlatonPearI- se Patterson Dundee spent Xmas the guests of Misses Abbie Otha and Nora Patterson in the country Mr Otto Conn rwlfe and little son Master Harry Morris were the guests of friends in Owensboro several days last week Lulletta little daughter of Mr and Mrs John D St Clair of near town is ill of pneumonia Walter Wade Upton Ky Annls Wade Crofton Ky were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs James Wade Fallen Rock drlng the holl days t 4 Calvin Stevens Charlie Ray Daniel and Lonnlo Whitely were in Owens boro Friday Mr Sam Farris wife and two chil dren Stella and Bethel left Friday for their home in Forreston Tex after several days visit Ute guests of friends and relatives at this place Mr Charlie Stevens went to Fords vllle Friday Corliss Payton arrived Thursday from Altus Oklahoma Mr Dave tevens was here from Owensboro to spend the Holidays witi his cousins Charlie and Calvin StevensRev R W Oldham Falls of Rough pastor of Olaton tiaptlet church failed to fill his regular appointment Satur day and Sunday Mr W A Green left for Leitch field nightMcHENRY Dec 29 Xmas parsed very quietly I Robert Larkin of Greenville is visiting relatives n town Mrs Jefslo Baschcart and daugh ters Misses May ami Ruth who lave been visiting relatives at Luzerne have returned home MIss Lulu MI4klff returned from Olaton Tuesday whore the has been visitIngMr T Kcown of Fordsvllle after visiting Marshal S O Keown o McHcnry several days returned home Tuesday accompanied by Gilmore Keown Mrs Dr Renfrow Is In New Athens JM where she wascallos to thebedf- luJo of her father who Is very ill jr bars Tom Taylor and children o- hBeaver Dam spent Saturday and Sun day with Mrs Coots of this place r- AETNAVILLE IfDec 28 A huge crowd attended iKreat tarlnment given by the Aet iaVlU Sshool Friday afternoon hnsbcelifiittlng f De ulsterMipsOwensboro last wee Messrs Wilbur and ChavOeN rord went to Owensbbrri Thursday Miss Amby Haynetf was the guest or111rt Walter Harrison1 of Reynolds frldtiy night Mr and Mrs JntnesDUvins or this pttce were the gucsta of helndaush treMrs Robert wytSbn Iphiufl 1- rdYT 1st week r f oi lr p y 4 I i f t MIIMMMNA1WfMiMMN The New Store For Strictly Tailored Clothes I The man of quiet taste or the young man who looks for the lamp test novelty in Suit styles we show a varied line of readytoA 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 saving in cost to you LADIES SHOES The mm BRAND High Cl- assSHOE FOR Quality and Form Also an excellent line pf Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of re= fliable make in different grades and We cans save you money i JUST RECEIVED t Suitable for Xmas gifts sf select stock of Dress Goods SaksfNuS sand t Fancy Novelties that ids fedr K to pl a4iheXmas shopper J- ROSflbhittS r J rak I THE STORE THATSATISFIES v t rbEFogle Building Opposite CtourU tytQ1H i KY v HARTFORDsk H t t a s yMwML y w r f 0 L f 1 s4 0 4 IJ II44TO OURIi L u F ATRONSesic t r1 r J r If rr 1 i The year X909 is about GONE and Ssurely We would be ungrateful if we idiil not in some way express to our customers OUR APPRECIATION of 4r their trade during the year SomeFt r mistakes to be sure have been made for these we ask your forgiveness and promise that for the year 1910 we shall by courteous treatment and the t very BEST VALUES POSSIBLE I strive to merit your CONTINUED 3 hap1tJ PIo pyand prosperous New Year we ore tr y u rs truly I v 1T T I Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 ItllnoisCentraIRallroad Tim e Table k At Beaver Dam Ky 1 floriyBonud Nonihponod Nolatdue515em No 171 du + I15- 4Nolxauett70pm e m NolOidne218p- L m 48pm Nolaldue8a5p J I Dr J T Hardin Dr IL J Deli Hardin 6 BellI I j t f4 i t Dentists Ja e I PlfIc upstairs to Republican ltfg Hartford Ky w employ all th- l latest methoa in Dentistry All wor done as nea ry painless as can bo done today Wil make n specialty ot teeth without plate We do painless extracting either with a local br general anesthetic WetJlvlto you too gtvo uS a trial a- a s pleased patient Is our best adver tlsement 411 work guaranteed Con sultatlon ad examin lon lfEel1io 218 c1f tr I 1 i c Id t i rI0 101 Ii jl Ne i Rhll ircialaHotelW Hrtford KJwarUNDEIr1T AND EXQIC u i i IIlED MANA38MENT J + j r 11 i f Her1 first eride Tf8 pest lt s J fare aervedtrlgtit The tortald 1 t welf e ot sueet pec1a1IY looked as lIp ab9eutfon tO taaveling o 0iINr cgate Del day peslalraoe r ardels Your patro8- ra a lt KeMli rza J fo c 1iey i srwi FrprWore- t I lo J J 1iLh J j Ii T J tIfftfi f j 5 t1rt9 + I fI 1 o l1 YtI I Bring roar Furs to U S Carson Economy smiles at our prices Carson S Co We aro never too busy to watt you Carson Co The pries on every garment tells saving story Carson d Co We have right Shoes at the rIght prices Carson Co Our clotthtng costslittle looks well and lasts long Carson Co A smile of satisfaction goes with every Suit sold by Carson d Co Our stock of Ladles and Muse Wraps Is complete Visit us ICarson Co- If you are Coking for Clothing torI men youths or children see Cars Co Prot J S Mason Principal the Fordsvlllo High School was pleaSlnt caller Wednesday Regular services at the Iethodlst church next Sunday preaching by the pastor both morning and evening Now Js the time to buy Stilts f men boys and ladles See whatwoI nova before buying Carson S CoI Ailkll for Eggs Hides Furs Sheep Pell and nil kinds ot Poultry 4t sRevUI11ford but now pastor oCthq Batatflat church at Falmouth Ky guest ot relatives and friends in tartMeford Monday Mr R RWeddlhg 71 wllO hasa beep syendl ig ChrJ9lmas tiara v1thn his parents Judge and Mrs R R ilInv Itt1t Annie Janes bookkcterans- teaosrapher J for the O an Copt Company with headqumte s- Grcenvlllet Is spending thbCtltle t mac holidays with herpareats hgre The ODlflIuart1iIFm l Ji tit the Hartford charge wIll beheld in Hart ford Saturday and SandoJanuary- and ti 9 D Ji YountotCOwcll81to will bo precept attd rrPC r bothSa- Urday f andS i1dy at 1 m y Mr James Bear has purchased the vacant tat qa White avenue forlilcrl- ccupied y by the colored Baptl- an atOur chtr h andalao a lot adjoining trotit 111 1L A Anderson 911 wliiclrbo p- pojle + as anon as the vaither permit th erect hQ nice cottages Thes9- Rtlcottages vJll be for rent nd III b- Rllia1i hddtligtii tdtfiatbartiotanQ- tly I J MJ t iI 1 I I Mr Jre Wet buyS LID nn SPECIAL Hats at Carson Coa- 1f yoii want god flour a low prlco you ihnd bnrgrgotLui r liarttord Qiocery Coma y more aetreshing In chhlny weather than a hodrlnk Fur tl1h In ants llrxcnll I11UlB r 1 pro Nail at Griffins drug dtorc Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods in his line Sells cheap and delivers free in Hartford Give him your oroor for good things to eat Leave your Laundry ot Clevo lie grocery work guaranteed and prompt deltVery Agent for Afadieonvl lie Steam Laundry MadlsonvJlle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated Miss Ppple Nallhas taken charge of the hot drinks stand at the drugstore o f Z Wayne Griffin Bra and la serving hot chocolate and a lot ot good thingS Dont forget to Patronize her- Leave your laundry at Pates par 1 thrum for the Richmond Steam Lau u dry Richmond Ind The laundry always gives satistactlon Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tt LB PATE Agent Messrs Otto Martin Douglas D fix and Raymer Ttnsley who spending the Christmas holidays with their parents here will leave Monday for Lexington where they ore nttend ing the Itentucky State College Misses Mildred ElgIn Annie Leo Taylor Mary Elizabeth Felix Louise PhlPlls lJzzle ODannon and Le Glenn left Saturday for Livetmore where they were the Christmas guests or their little friend Miss Rebecca Shultz They report a most enJooblQ visit The Christmas trees at tile Methodist and Baptist churches last Friday night were well patronized and highly enjoyed air Rowan 1101 brook played old Santa at the Methodist church while Dr Ford performed a like function at the IInptlet church Mr Emmanuel Allen of ShaWnee Okla null Miss Loll Bennett of tl16- Deda neighborhood were married nt the court house last Monday Judgo W D Trylor officiating They left immediately after the ceremony tor Shawnee where they will make their future home When hungry It you will drop into the City Restaurant you will find so before you without any long watt a tepUng array of good things that thoroughly satisfies the inner man Also a full line ot confectioneries igars and soil drinks Arbuckle Co cater to the best trade and con duct their business ln a way that insures it 49t4 onRegular servIces Wllho conduct Ilt the Baptist church Sunday morrilug Lnnd evening Preaching bytho pastor Rev J W Druner Stibcct for marn Ing service Now Years ReSOl- utlons SubJect for evening FerviCX What Is Ilfe Everybody In vited Rev Druner will leave for a top do Texas next Monday and the will be 219 service the tollovIng SUIl day 1 3U W H Cuudltf ot OwensbolO who has been lecturing for six w eelCs In the counties south ot Green at present In the city vtsitl CuudltonIrctttres are mainly on recelyV1t commtatit were He Is an ardent Socialist and was elector In the Second District 1n the last Pres- Idplltla campaign NARROWS rDec 29Altres EWe and Eillth and Katherine Jokes three beauties Are spending t hOldaS with Mrs A n Renfrow Mr Orace Lawlactr ot Hopklnsvlli alle11r O P Willis of Central Cith Christmas With his tllmlly he- Aflss Isabel Thomas visited friends WhUcsvlllo Christmas ly srs Osctr ShultsOwel1sbordwa with his parents Christmas Mt Clarence Bennett pmfesror In Missouri College rapid home Chris 111ssj Mabel Sharp ot Bowling Creen vlstting trtends here and u Fond s 1 Airs Ida Rentrow nnc diUhtcr1- UIS ElIo are visiting 1hFOrdsville AiryFred Snails Lexington Is it homefr the Holidays Mr Joseph Bennett who Is attend lag sohool of pharmacy in Louts Vine jat home tor he week 1I111l11le white hblldn ed at Hone trnnch Sins vlvlra Gentry obGontryvllle- alld H here 5F1o rIilaur Flourl olden Rule Flour fs Q dandy d ot rj66U price Sa Jim Dandy androbuy two lrl three baizels at this pr1c t9tbl1lstbelnst ch O yoU ltGveto buY thts elcellaottlhur the 1ilstlch a low prt 1arytOldrqC r Companyt t t A- Y DISAPPEARS IN j WILDS OP CHIN I Forlrier Kentucky r Newspap f 1 Man BelieYed to be Dead Lexington Ky Dec 2jFrlends hero received word that Frederl- a Faulkner formerly a nowslIaper r porter In Covington and roll kno here and nil over Central Kentuck ittIfs prisoner by Snmo of the tierce MOl1go- trdboo ot the interior yeusagodlplomaUc offices at Pekln TwO week ago ho ten his post ofduty to tuke a hunting trip Into the Interior Md since that time has note been heard from It Is believed by friends that be has wandered from the tigtten and has met with foul play Faulkn is about thirty years old I HERBERTorsDec 9fir Karl Floyd has sold his place to Mr n McDaniel He and his family leave the first of the year toy Florida to nUlJro their future home Mr rohnathnn Hoover had a sal- lie the 28th preparltory to moving t Bowling Green Ml Ollrz Hooveer is at home from Bowling Green for the holldaya Mr Virgil MUler Is in Harttord- lIresrs Burton Miller Lee Dell and Stewart ot Owensboro are spend ing tHe week at Mr Jim Clwsnlots Miss Jlyrtie Burdett enthrtatn I Christmas eve night Mr and Mrs Dudley HaDeS enter tamed Wednesday night the 29th in honor of their nephew Mr Ernest Blddleot Evansville who is at home on a visit Mr Oscar Rice Is the guest Qf his Itfiparents on Blackford Miss Pearl Bruner ot this plnee and Ir Blon Ahreley of Pollvllle will marry nt the residence ot theI brides parents Mr and Mrs John Druner Thursday evening Dee 30IAfter a short bridal tour they willt make their homo at Pelirdlle Ml Charles W PhlllllS vlsltoo his daughter Mrs Emmmu Miller on Tuesday I Mr Ernest Ford ot Colorado Is I vlsttlnY his father Air J W Ford Mr Tom HaleUt l awesvUle spent Monday night at Mr Jim Fords Mr Cbrbie Ilarrlsau laid write of- I Hwaesvllle spent Monthly night at 1r Leonard Taylors Ailsses Mattte Barnett and Myrtle Durdett visited Miss Grace Jones on Tuesday Miss Mary Lambert visited her parents at Olaton ChrIstmas TaxesrLast call for town taxes It nut paid today will be compelled to levy S T DARNETT larulu1l1 nsSuccssful School Closes CeSouth Beaver Dam School taught by Mrs Florence Keown closed Tlsurs day Dec 23 with oppRqrlcNo IX- ercloos The pupils resouded with welt prcpnrcd work which reflected much credit on pupils und teacher Rev T J Ratellff was ptCScnt and entertained the pupils with some 1- 1lustr3Unnsot his txhoal days whlolt allhtheMier which Bro Gardner save a short talk followed by prayer I A nice tent area Ubitributed among pR cent also tcXI 1 parents which been not by pupils reThale were tour young ladies who had been perfect In attcndnnco name Misses DrIsle Datze Eva Stewart Ethel and Lena Baize There was II largo crowd otpa trope and vlsl + ors present and till seemed delighted with dho progress made by the pupils nd expressed limit desIre of ItavihF Mrs Keowu with them again next yeti GUN I GUNS ave Juet Rocotyod aLpNgo1Irio Of ShotGuns Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfully asks you to call ofShotlowest Uae GroctrymanHARTRORD 4 fi r MenezWho Know bitkf bitnIt is easy for us to sellour Shoes Everyone of our custom= ors who has been buying from us who observes anything at all E knows that our Shoes wear better than other makes It is a simple istrharder to prove it But we have the proof Our goods prove the statement We make good Ask one who has been buying from us = There are a number of reasons = EIgoods = = speak for themselves Do not = = take our word= = =let us prove it If = = you did not know it pays to de E fitfi Pend on fi fi fi tfi ifR Barnard Sc Co t E Efibit 1 1 Welcome TO 1910It is with a substantial degree of pride that we look back over the ytlrs that have como and gone during our mercantile career We have seen our untiring ef forts crowned with success And as humble servants of a great people we come to you upon the opening of the yourloyalof good will reciprocityOFGENERALMENT and a STORE SERVICE that is comnlonsurate with the most modern retailing WE RESOLVE that innocent children shall receive tllo same price cold the sumo kind of consideration ssturdy manhood shallbeworkforYOUCANT freightedwith E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam KyS 1 7 t Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execmttoa No 214 leek 90 which ued from the Clerk office Of the Davies Circuit Court jndGuGuyDe nnfavoroffCoal A Comprij Podley ceiver6n tho 29th dyotJU i 1e Buni df 625509 with Interest peraDnUJI1until paid also 82589 thereon at the rate of 6 percent froiii April 5 1908 until paid f202463 with interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from April 9 1908 until paid 106L41 with interest at tho rate of 6PCr cent per annum from April 17 1908 until paid 102196 with in terest from Juno 20 1908 until paid 46163 with Interest from June 24 19Q7 until paid 360514 with interest from Juno 30 1908 until paid 634927 with interest from June 23 1908 until paid S3U9 with interest Jrom Juno 25 1908 until paid 2184 17 with Interest from June 28 1908 ttntll paid 59451 with interest from Juno 28 1908 until paid 21905 with interest from April 1 190S until paid 493823 with Interest from May 21 1908 until paid 22146 with Interest irom May 27 1908 until paid 5000 with interest from June 3 1908 until paid 634957 with interest from Juno 24 1908 until paid 131793 with Interest from June 29 1908 Until paid and 191960 with Interest from July 2 1908 until paid Also tho sum f 960 which to tho said Pedley by Bald Court was adjudged his as cost In that suit expended I will on Monday tho 3rd day of January 1910 at KM court house door in Hartford Ky after for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may be Accessary to produce the sums re quired towit Item 1 A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to S M Dean ow deceased by James B Miller and wife by deed dated October 9 1889 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 9 at page 314 and de Tl9ed by the said S M Deane to Tuy M Doane one of the defendants J Ihljj execulon by his will dated ecember 30 1893 and of record in Mo office of the Clerk of tho Da viess County Court in will book Bat page 479 and bounded as follows Beginning at Jacob MJUera lino on- the Rills of Rough Italll dthen3jth Jacob Millers line N 630 feet then a straight line West to Charles S Phillips then with Phillips line South by West to the rallroadjthonco with tho railroad to the beginning containing twentyseven and one fourth acres more or less Item 2 A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to S M Deane now deceased by deed dated No Tember 15 1889 and of record in the office of the Clerk of the Ohio Coun ty Court in deed book No 9 at page 315 and devised by the said S1I Deane to Guy M Deane one of the defendants in said execution by Jiis will dated December 30 1893and f record in the office of the Clerk f the Daviess County Cour in will book D at page 479 and bounded as follows Beginning at the Owens boro and Falls of Rough Railroad and Charles Hardins line thenco North with Hardins line to J B Mlllcra line thence with J B Mil lers line ot McElroys lino and wlht McElroys line West thence with McElroys line South to tho railroad thence with tho railroad to the be ginning Enough to make ten acres parcellJfdeceased by Jacob Miller by deed dat ed October 7 1889 of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio Coun ty Court In deed book 9 at pago 316 and by the children anti heirs at law of Jacob Miller by deed dated March 26 1890 nnd of record In the Clerks office aforesaid in deed book 9 at paso 424 and which was devised by the said S M Deano to Guy JI Deane one of the defendants In said execu Iton by his will dated December 30 1893 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Davless County Court In will book D at page 479and bounded ns follows Beginning at tho crossing of tho Owensboro Falls cf Rough and Green River Railroad and the Hartford and Hawesvllle road and running thence West with the Hartford nnd Hawosvllle road to Martin Boards lino thence with Boards line In a Northwest course to J B Millers line thence South with J B Millers lino to said rail road thenco with said railroad to toe beginning containing acres partlcularldescrlbell curses and distances us follows Beginning at 11 state 33 feet from the Center of the Owensboro Falls of Rough Green River Railroad and In the middle of tho Hartford and Havrcsvlllo road and running in the Jillddle of said road N 20 E 2268 chains N 8 dcg 54 mln E 357 chains N 23 deg W 734 chains N l3 deg 29 min E 431 chains to a stake in said road corner to Martin Boards thence with Boards line N 76 34 TV 2282 chains to a stone corner of J B Millers line thenco with Millers Jlne S 13 14 V2676 chains to a stake Burks corner in Millers line then co with Burks line S 5432 E SIS chains to a stake 33 feet from tho middle of said railroad thence parallel with said railroad and 33 feet therefrom to the beglnnlngcon tainlng eighty acres but from the aboro described boundary there Is to be deducted seven and onehalf acres sold and deeded by Jacob Miller to H R Kirk O T Plorson W N Caitlen C B Simmons William Payne J Hardin R T Harris S E Ralph James Taylor T C Rob ert arid Huff Said 7 12 acres were sold In lots of onehalf acre asd one acre Item A A certain tract or par cel ot land conveyed to Guy M Dean ae of tho defendants In said execu lion by Charles B Phillips and wife fcjr deed dated September 2 1890 tad ofecord in thko office of the of the Ohio Cuonty Court In deed book lint pago 533 and bounded f14 follows Beginning at two AAIB ad hickory thence N 2wWteI IJII poles to two dogwoods MMmryf thence S 78 E 51 t S tjI1 4 a gum white oak and red bud theno S1L W Ulpol8lt to a hickory and white oak theD e N 79 W 69polea to two htekorles and white oak then JfcvMtfJS 47 pol t6aKUHi lnthe branch thence N 76 WJI poles to the beginning containing 54 34acres but there Js expected loL8Ald Boundary the ten aereo thereof which were sold and conveyed by the ibid Charles D Phillips and wife to S M Dean by deed dated day of Novem ber 1889 and of record In the Clerkn office of tho Ohio County Court in dead bok 9 at pago 3111a Item 5All the rights of Charles B Phillips and wife or either of them In and to or under a lease made by them to J W M Field and S M Deane dated August 22 1889 and of record In mortgtago book 0 pago 96 Intho Olio County Clerks office which said rights wore conveyed to Guy M Deane one of tho defendants In eald execution by tho said deed dated September 2 1890 andof record in the Clerks office asforcsald in deed book 9 at pago 533 Item 6A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to the said Guy M Deano one of the defendants dn slid execution and R W Field by deed dated October 24 1891 and of record In the offlco of tho Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book number 10 at page 219 the Interest of the said Feild therein being afterwards purchased by tho said Guy M Deane tho said tract of land being bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in the Hawesvllle and Hartford road white oak and dogwood polnetra run ning thenco S 11 W 42 poles to a gum dogwood and popular thence S 64 E 11 4 poles to a hickory and dogwood thence N HE 422 poles to a stone thence N 26 W 25 poles to a stone white oak pointer thence N 79 W 96 poles to the beginning con taining 35 34 acres ore or less Item 7Two certain racs or parcels of land conveyed to the said Guy M Dean by F W Harris and wife by deed dated November 11 1891 and of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Court In deed book 10 at page 347 and bounded as follows a Beginning at a stake off the right of 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 Q stake corner of Peter Hestln= ling thenco 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 onehalt lIrp and to is SllS coin own to F W Harris by Calvin Simmons and wife by deed dated January U90 and of record in the Clerks office afforc siltl In deel book 11 at pope 188 b Beginning at a stake In the right of way of the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Railroad an other corner of T J Hardin thence W 17 12 yards to a stake thenco S 70 yards to a stake on said rail road thence East with said right of way 17 12 yards to the eglnnlng Both of said tracts or parcels of land Ho adjoining each other Item 8 All the mineral that may bo contained under the surface of the following tracts of land towlt Tho farm on which James H Har din resided on September C 1895and bounded as follows Beginning at a hickory In the Haw vll1o roadthence S 18 E 110 poles to a black gum white oak and dogwood see Hardins corner thence N 12 E 82 12 poles to a dogwood and chestnut thence N 64 W 110 poles to a black gum dogwood and poplar thence S 12 W 104 poles to the beginning contain ing 64 14 acres Also tho farm on which W D Har dln resided on said 6ht day of September 1895 adjoining the above described tract of land and bounded a follows Beginning at a stake near a large poplar thenco with tho Mar tha A Whites lint 44 poles to S S Hardlns corner thence with Jame H Hardlns line 110 poles to the Hawesvlllo road thence with S S Hardlns and I Wells line 44 poles thence to the bezlnnlng the last line to run the same latitude as tho one on tho North side of S S Har dins farm tho same mineral under said two tracts or parcels of land having been conveyed to tho said Guy M Deane by James H Hardin and wife and W D Hardln and wife by deed dated September 6 1893 and of record In the office of tho Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed hook 16 at pago 117 Item 9 All the minerals and mines In under or upon tho following described real estate towit The east half divided by a fence and run ning North and South through tho former farmer of Llttlcborry Wells of a certain tract of lend lying and being in Ohio county Kentucky and hounded as follows Beginning at an elm and two white oaks thenco S 12 W 128 12 poles to two white oaks chestnut and dogwood thence S 78 E 140 poles to a dogwood white oak black oak and poplar thence N 12 E 128 12 poles to a chestnut and two white onksthcnce N 78 W 140 poles to the beginning containing 56 732 acres the said minerals and mines In under or up on tho above described real estate being the same conveyed to the said Guy M Deane by Henry Haskins and wife by deed tinted May 2 1895 and of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Court In deed book 16 at page 120 Item 10 A certain tract or par cel of land conveyed to the Guy M bydeedof record in the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book 18 at page 55 and described and bounded as follows One lot of ground lying on the South side of the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Railroad and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in the railroad right of way corner to C C Rhoads and running on a North ern dlrcctlton with aald Rhoads line 107 feet to a stake thence W 65 feet thence S 107 feet to tho rail EasJtoJlhthosaJdsix inches tot the beginning and bofng a part of1 thegr mhd purchased K r Sr a Patriotismt J s putssuitSan withstand hunger but not dyspepsle Thecbnfinaed dyspeptic M fit for treesoaatratagems sad spoils The man who goes to the front for his couotrywitiraweakatomaeh will boa weak soldier and a fault finder A Bound stomach makes for good citiEcntmp as well + fog Health and happiness Diseases of the stomach end other organs of digestion and nutrition Are promptly and permanently cured by the ute of Dr PIERCES GOLDEN HEDH27IL DISCOVERY It builds up the body with sound flesh and lIolllmpde The dealer who offers a substitute for the Discovery it only seeking to make the little more profit realized On the sale of less meritorious preparations- Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent fres on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps the paper covered book or 31 stamps for the cloth bound Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y by G W Kelly and wife from Pow ellItem 11 A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to the Deanfleld Coal Company one of the defendants In said execution by Lem Wells and wife by deed dated December 8 1893 and of record In tho office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book 20 at page 555 and described as follows A certain lot or parcel of land lying and bolng 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 feet to G W Burks line thence East with said Burks line 408 feet to a stone thence West 408 feet to the beginning and said to con tain one acre being tho 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 Deanfieldcon veyed to said Deanfleld Coal Com pany by W S Harris and wife by deed dated November 5 1903 and of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Court in deed book 20 at page 656 and bounded ae Allows Beginning at a stake at the coVnef ofa lot formerly owned by W M Bell and In the line of the right of way of the i C R R Company thence N 150 feet to R 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 R R right of waythence East with said right of way 91 12 feet to the beginningItem A certain lot or parcel of land in the tows of Deanfleld conveyed to the said Deanfleld Coal Company by Victoria Pike and her husband by deed dated November 5 1903 and of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Court Iin Iced book 20 at page 558 and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner of William M Bells lot on the Hartford and Cloverport road thence North with said road 45 feet to the lot deeded W PCter Herlzlng thence west to tyteett- o a stone thence S 45 feet to the William M Bell lot thence E 40 feet to the beginning Item 14 A certain lot or parcel ot land in the town of Deanfleldcon veyed to the said Deanfleld Company by Victoria Pike and CoalI husband by deed dated 1903 and of record In the the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 20 at pago 559 and bounded as follows Beginning at C B Phillips corner on tho Hart ford and Cloverport road running thenco South with said road to the right of way of the I C R R Com pany thence East win the said right of stay to Mrs M J Millers corner thence North with Mrs 11111 ers lino to C B Phillips llncithenco West with C B Phillips line to the beginning Item 15 All coal salt gasrock all Iron and all other minerals of every description contained on or un der the following described landwlth the right nnd privilege to enter thereon and mine or otherwise obtain same towlt A tract or parcel of land lying in Ohio County Kentucky on the waters of Panther Creek beginning at a hickory thence North 11 E 132 poles to a white oak thence N 79 W 132 poles to a stone in tho Hartford road thenco S 12 W 132 poles to thrco oaks thence S 79 E 116 poles to the beginning containing 94 acres one rod and 34 poles and being tho same convoyed by Thomas J Hardin and wlfoCreed Hardin nnd wife James Hardin and W D Hardin to Sidney Hardln larch 3 1885 the said coal salt gas rock Iron and other minerals contained on or under said tract or parcel of land having been conveyed to the said Deanfleld Coal Company by Sidney S Hardin by deed dated April 28 1903 and of record In the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Court In deed book 25 at page 368 Item 16 A certain tract or par cel of land lying and being in the town of Deanfleld conveyed to the said Deanfleld Coal Company by Henry Vogel and wife 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 h C R R right of way running thence North along the line of the Deanfield Coal Companys property known as the Powell property 210 feet to a stake thenco West 70 12 feet along the line of the Miller property ton stake thenco S 210 feet to a state on the North side of the IC R R Companys right SURECUITE Fw AlIDi- seSTOMACH of LIVE KIDNEYS i I j of way 70 12 feet to the beginning Item 17 Also tho following personal property of the said Deanfield Coal Company at Deanfleld Ohio county Kentucky Two largo boil ers a lot of old Irons one wire rope ten coal cars and lot of coal car track railing Ixwied upon as the property of Guy M Deane and the Deanfield Coal Company September 17 1909 The rAid properties described In said items one two three four five six seven height nine and ten were so levied on aforesaid under said ox ection as the property of said Guy M Deane and tho said properties described in said Items eleventwolve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and seventeen so levied on afore said under said execution IWere lev led on as the property of tho said Deanfield Coal Company This September 17 1909 R B MARTIN S O C By GRANT POLLARD D S CASTORSAFor Infant and Children The Kind You Hall Always B ntt Bears theJSignaturoof The Preachers Reply Rev Daniel Isaacs says the Cleve land Leader once alighted at an Jnn to stay the night On asking for a bed ho was told he could not havo on as there was going to bo a ball that evening and all the beds were engaged At what time does the ball break up asked Mr Isaacs About 3 in the morning sir Well then can I have a bed until that time Yes certainly but it the bed la asked for you will have to remove Very well replied Mr Isaacs and away he went to get between the sheetsAbout 3 oclock In tho morning he was awakened by loud knocking at his chamber door What do you watt he asked How many are there of you In there Inquired a voice Theres me and Daniel and Mr Isaacs and an old Methodist preacher was the reply Then thcre3 plenty of you And the speaker passed on leaving Mr Isaacs to enjoy lads bed e Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trouble tries Dr Kings New Life Pills hos mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor nil because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 2icat all drugg- iststieeky Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor Tho regular price is 100 a year but you can get tho WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and the HHRTFORD REPUBLIBBN Both One ti 1 PA Year for e If you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier JournaL Daily ConrierJonrnal a YcarG Sunday ConrierJonrnal a Year 2 We can give you a combination cut rate on Dally or Sunday if you will write thin paper u Reuf SCere fe f Head IIXsicluelie DLrzlnesa- vlittixsiatfifc Mletc-C t L E e t vcall Ooywity Circuit CoUrtT1 F Btrkliead Judge BeoJJ AUoroeyWMFl Srtak1wfeltM8rtinSheriff WMartIn011lDtMonday In tMaxch and August and lion motldalinCounty Court W O Taylor jUdge WoodwardAttorney first Monday in each month Quarterly CourtBegins ou the third Monday to January April July and Oc tober Tlleadnypay in October SurveyorShreveRoyJamea DeWeeseSchool Buperlnteitf cnt Hartford Jerome Allen Corona Jingo JUSTICES COURTS rB Williams Beaver DamMarch at June 28 September 21 December Zt WP Miller Horse Branch March 26 Juno 25 September 85 December tiW S neon Dundee Maruh 27 June 26 September 2S December 27 W It Edge FordsvllleMarch 23Junt Z September 27 December 23 B S Chamberlain Beda March 5June 25 September a December 29 Herbert Render Ccntertown March 30 Juno 80 September II pecember SO RJuneHARTFORD POLICE COURT- R It Wedding Judge J a OlennCItj MarshalGourtmonth MayOtGeorgeurer R B L blmmerman C M Bar GrltttnHookerSchool Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J a Glenn W R TlnsleyC M Barnett and Dr E I3 Pendleton RELiaiOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eyenlDiRevBaptist ChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening O P ChurchServices first Sundaj In each month at It a m and 7 p1D Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma MondaynightW M E P Moore Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every 1I1GDtbCRender Secretary Hartford Chapter No 84 O E 8 meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening JIott1eRUeRough RIver Lodge No no Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night E B Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and a Hartford Tent No W K O T 1L meets every Thursday night E B Pendleton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No4 O A B holds regular meetings Saturday bill the first Sunday in each month Ash RogersAdjOhio Tribe No IBS Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month 0 E Morrisoni Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge Nc 339 I 00 FI meets every second and fourth Mon day nlgbt at 730 L N Gray N B B D Bchroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No1 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Stages Pres W D Luce SecTrcas OFICIAL ROSTER American Society ot Equity ol National Officers C O DRiAYTON Pros Greenville 111 M F SHARP VlcePrea Bowling Green Ky S D KUMP Sec Tress Indiana polisState Officers- J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown IC- S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Onto County Officers SL STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky KyOEEDUOA1IQNJKy 1 L B Tlchehor Hartford R FD- No5 2 J A Belamy 1WWibeBvllle 3 F D Baughn Hartford R F D No1A T W McQiiady Balzotown Ky 5 Richard Plummer Taylor afloee 6J L Brown Rockport tiriiC1ii1IiriiiMIUC t Y8 UMIfw tkooe iga aces SIe G1ItinateiJtliu fI e J F J tiI- i itzt OM BlHUKTT 1 t fItJ it I 1iai f 1 ATTOthYS AT LAW f I Lh L KARTFORD KYin 41 W Will praetlce tueer profession h aitOw j courts or OW and aUJoinihJfe ties and Court of Appeals sp at tentlon giveto all burtnesai antruetedtto their care Collections and the Praeoi I Lice of Criminal and Real Estate iLawtSpecialties Office in Republican U1I4 lag r diFRANK j AttorneyatLaw HARTFORD KY e I Will practice his profession In Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice arid Col lections a Specialty office In the Het aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions Etc Collections promptly attended to +Also Notary PublM for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store HL UEAVniN BHNEST WOOD WAR HEAYRIN WOODWAR- DGiUosjve s of elava I HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession fa all the courts of Ohio county and r Court of Appeals Special attention Hvi en criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford TANOYLMOSLEY 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW r HARTFORD KY i 4 9 Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank JOHN B WILSON cnAs If CROWS a WILSON CROWE LiAWYHRS HARTFORD KY Ittheties nod in the Court of Appeale j t Special attention elven to criminal practice and to collections Offlco oa Main St opposite Court House A IRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Onceiprotectsthe brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the RoIaln atDrugIstsEly Brothers GO Warren Street New York 1 PATENTS i t and TRADEMARKS promptly obUloxl la+ WoblAlA PATCNT tboronahiyatcarapeateSend model photo or sketch for rR C C rePort auPASSINGRCrERCNCC8 BookonrroBubleruenUWTlMto sltraeteWA 4f t kp D SWIFT t trK- ILLTHI000CHAND CURE THE LUNGS i WITH Dr Kings New Discovery t FORC8UCHa ftIij LAMIALLTNRBATANOL1iiMTAOrILqGUAANTZZD TH 0 OWZY U1tOxDZD + I l j M 1 t 01 fyteereFoopr eccIH ALLCOUtTRInr4I I tti Bnsliuit direct Wultoglti Jaws Hmt woNJtIrINtwit and tltPng6efntfwhii iiWrit or come rr tl1M tnoIi VRHt4 IItaW l WANINISTONDCidy r mf1xk y nI 1 i h 1 rlM TQSSI 1 TEST VERY EAS r jlilIDirt Durand Sets Fehw as The Date for i j the Examination Wul1lngton DC Decober 21- AylyI person or good JudgnWnt Who h L- 9eceived ordinary cOmmon pool t ucatlon can roadlly and easily Pass the teat to be gIven applIcants fr z Census enumerators places on Sat i ur4ay Feb 6th the date flnnlly- by sot United states Census Director Durand according to an announeeme itrom the Census Bureau today Th WIll boa comforting assurance the sovoral hundred thousand are believed to be contemplating a- pUcaUon for the places It was emphatically stAted at the Iuroau that the test will be give an eminently reagenablo and praeti- et one slmllar to that applied to a- pllcants of the Twelfth Census r Hill consist or filling out I sample cehedule ot population tram description la narrative form ot typical tam UJSand in rose or enumerators who nark wlll be In the rural districts they yvlll be called upon to fill ou- an additional sample sehedulo or ag- Ilcultulc from Information furnished b the Census Bureau AUpcrsons1whetber women or men who may to become Census enumerators must lie citizens of th United Staten residents or the Super vloora district for which they wish to be appointed must be not less thaI lei nor more than 70 years of ago must be phystfally able to do the work must be trustworthy hones and of good habits must have a least an ordinary education and must e be able to write plainly and with reasonable rapidity Those who can comply with these requirements are invited to put In their applications ns there Will beat least GSOOO enumerators s Marc to be filled by the middle ot h in preparation for the enumeratlo beginning April 15th Application forms with full in ctructlous for filling In and complete information concerning the teslund 1e method or appointment can b- aecurod by writing to the SupervIs of census for the Supervisors district Id which the applicant lIv it I i catlone ro filled htoo fvlsqrsotreoeiivnd after that date can not b considered The Supervisor for the Fourth Con- greatfonal District of Kentucky Is V Pheloon Smith Greoosburg Ky nnd OuntY people desiring appoint should apply to him Land Sals For Taxes fly virtue of taxes due we O- sSberllf ot Ohio county Kentucky I wMI on Monday January 3 1910 ex- poroto pUblic sale at the Court- House door In Harttrd Ky the fliloning lands or as much thereof ns may be necessary to produce the attm required viz LAST HARTFORD 1I Auath Mrs Lena 6 a 210 Qooper p N 165 n 1386 Moseley Mrs D F 120 n 1110- Slcw rlMrsD 0 1 town lot 1000 r c B 1 town lot 1030 TatataA D 43 n G70- Henshaw Mrs 1I F1 town lot 260 Saroadera Noah 60 a G80 WEST HARTFORD altamlro Dan 100 a 1780 Bott James 1 a 350- rQn n IL 130 a 1740- CMpester J C 1 town lot SO COLORED LIST Datrett Lonnie 1 11 625 Ipord Gus 1 B 496 kiU111 Mrs Annie 1 a 220 fling Steve ltown lot 340- tkIpp Wlf 1 town lotrr 930- rfilpat Jt 1 180 a 920 lWkUuI1 1 town lot 350P- Ns11la C H 1 a 600- WEST IIA lTFORD 11401 Stint i town lot 37- 5ll4wat GiW 1 townit 7 K18G1 Dui 1 a 60- 0Smila Willie 1 town lot 650 defy J A Itownl t a 730- e 1 ASSSSEDBY CLERK rat fafepa a H e 276 1S 19O7 100 0 710- uk4eV t Cirolino col 4 a 276 NON RESIDENTI aAtah3H104a I10Q 1 SPRINGL3 = e 620rJCIII199 l u I5 l1t 8 a iI 7280 TH2i11ILa i vo860- t rl IL164a 13G- 011dak44JJokqHB a iII 780 I 1NORTH n qKPORT r 60 Aa4raow 14QptStICLo- bJdkltiebfra 5 R 1120 a I P J i o Seine tnr0 tblrri Iota 227- Orowbarger Mra Viola IT lot 395 98YeTUtord Mrs tdla 1 town lot 26- SOUTHROCKPORTU o Brown lira EmOry 13 a 76 Benton J P 1 town lot 576 HarrelMrsSBU El town lot 575 Hudson Ned 60 a129-E EAYER DAM Bowling J D S town lots 307 Baird C T 60 f 2015 Gordon Ira dgottt for Btopler Heirs 1 town lo 52 5 Pool G W 16 a 1720 IrW BEAVER DAM Burgs Mrs A Y1 town lot 2GO Elmore Alford 1 town lot 575 Fulkerson MrS Detttie 1 lot 1000 Hurt Mrs Ada 1 town lot 100o isMaddox Carrie by D D Rhoads toagent 1 town lot 90 McHENRY 66po Bennett Mrs M 1 Dana George 1 town lot 37 CENTERTOIYNn andcG80 ItRenter JA 1 town lot 650 Rots A Wade 1 town lot D15 SMALLHOUS Everly P L 1 town lot 2G 20y0 COLORED LIST- t SULPHUR SPRINGS Acton Basil l a 380 S ROCKPORT Taylor S 11I 1 town lot and 100a 1005 E BEAVER DAM- e Martin Miss Francis l a 320 Plummer Elvlra 1 town loft 45 Taylor C T 10 n 105 Thomas Anderson 1 town lot 43 Wade Columbus 1 town lot 66 W BEAVER DAM Woodward H 1 a 375- t McHENRY Jackson N D 1 town lot 380 NO3 BFDA Cook W E11I 40 NO 6 MAGAN Coppage Mrs C M 60 a 9f Hall N B50a G 2 flicks W H20a 48 X023 DUFORDICox G L Jones Walter 6U a 535 Parris Mrs R L75 a 113 24 BARTLETTS IIli0 A20 a 416 W87 n 1165 Mills A W adml ot Hen ry Cane dead 100 n 275 Sander David 60 a 550 Sharp D L 100 a OA 1VhtteF Robert G4 a 80- Weterfleld EdmQnlce 22 I 275- Greer Davis 100 n 650 Ward Al 40 a 515 NO 25 IIEFLIN Snnderrur John50 a GI0- NO 29 RALPH Evans John R30 n 650 Merritt Stamper L 55 I 60- IVestertleld Clint T 45 a 500 NO 18 E FORDSVlJLE Cole Charles O8 a 765 Hale Thedocla 2 t I 4iO Hale J V1t 1 G30 Halo Murrell 102 I 470 Guess J W18a 405 Matthews F D1t I 495 Ralph Mrs Mary E40a It i 49 Smith N B60a G55 NO 19 W FORDSVILLE Spencer YoM 10 I 360 NO 20 AETNAVILLE Crowe S W40 u 495 NO 22 OLATON Wilkins Bill 30 a 395 NO 2S NARROWS Davidson D C20 n SI40 Roach Jeff 25 a 495- N0 31 HERBERT Dnmer Mrs Margaret 150 I 1080 Fortner Albert SO n 1170 McPherson John II 69 n G75 NO IS E FORDSVILLE coL Robinson Pearl 1 t 1 550 Collins Laura 1 a 220 NO 16 CROMWELL Hussey P P27 n 1045- NO 7 COOL SPRINGS Dnvenpo1tE Azili It 1005 NO 10 SELECT Butler A F160 n 1815 Samesdrn for Jesse Howard 100 a 460- Culbertson n D 140 a 1040 HudsOn J Y480 Morris Il P25na 376 NO 11 ORS BRANCH Burden John 4 Q 480 English E S 135 d X95- Hocraft Asa r 1 at 340- LamaMie Mrs E 1 bJ L C Dotson 100 a 760- Morrie J W 70 n 420 NO 12 ROSJNE- Gh n1g Ton x20 a 8951 crnlltI thert q 070- Lundruro ill 6401MonroeqUiver MS MJihG5A tlii Peach drs Sarah J1t l 220 Eiplnka bite111ra o10 d 295- N0 30 PfENTIS- Fogle Jive M J q112 n- r G 40 st venslrl NC a611 i Nk32 ARNOLD 4 r Coy ja1tt AOrS 4217 aar14 ft1- Corlnlcklea IEW 6011 w4 D CiOfeMhitl i 140 a Motfa fWrt t a ni a- i 9laklit Altord Qa 4 Snilth It L 10a SQ COLORED LIST N0 rPRENTIS Tlcheaor Henry 6580 710 R B MARTJNS O C aHoming Sense In Bees Bees sometimes Aq two miles from the hive sand find thefmtwny bas cA RSWout dlAlcultq- s Ladies Take Notice We can clenn and press your w suits skirts Jackets cloaks or wraps alSo clean your kid gloves and mutts AU work guaranteed Prices reasonable Uarttord Pressing Club ChLIdlen Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA CarvinI fowls when In secular Cuullulny was claimed by a witty clergyman who having becn naked to curve one day sUd Jnns- S much liS you demand It I will care the fowl neCOrdlng to Biblical prluci pIes Yes exclaimed the hostess act according tu tha Scriptures rhe theologian therefore begun the care lag The hutou WUII tendered the head of the fowl the baroness Ike utxk tbe two daughters a wing apiece and th 0two sons u first Joint tbe carver reo the remainder According to must Interpretation do you make such n division lnqulret the host of his guest as ho regarded the clergymans heaping plate and tin scant portions doled out to the family From IUJ Interpretation ot my own replied the clerical wit As the mos ter ot your house the head belongs t- you 0 by right the baroness being most near to you should receive the neck which Is pcat cat the head In the young girls will recognIze B sym 0bo1 of their noble thoughts that fly tbethave reeehcd will rewInd them that I they are responsible for supporting your house liS the legs of the capon support the bIrd ltsdfLondon Standard Camel a Delicate Beset Contrary to the widespread but err 9aeons opllllon the camel Is u cur dell workedI 11tliable to a host ot ailments and nccl dents When n caravan crosses Ii seb khn or dry salt luke It Is rtrPtha 0Bowe ot the mllwnla do not break u leg If Uw fracture Is In the upper part ot the limb there Is nothing fo It but to slaughter the unll11nl and re tall Its tlesh us butchers meat It the lower part of the limb has been injured the bone Is set aril held In position by menus ot splints made 5of palm branches which arc bound complicationsGa taro Is reduced When It Is U case ot simple Illslocntlon the injured part Is cauterized with a rldbot Iron then coated with clay uud bauldaged with It strip ot cloth fifteen days afterward the animal Is generally cured Vulga rtsatlon Sclentltique 0Thats All He Forgot The cab containing the nbsentmlnd ed man nUll his fanny drew up In front ot ttit Broad street station There emerged the absentminded wan his wife three children a birdcage a dug on u leash and Innumerable bundles und pareela The absentminded man quid the driver gathered up the bundles dropped then ind pressed hIs hand dramatically to his fevered brow There he exclaimed I Just knew I hill forgotten sowethlng Ills wife rirefully counted the three children saw that the dog and the birdcage were intact nlld took un inventory ot the bUDdleliiWe seem to be all here Rho remarked 1 lun sure we have erery thing What do you think It Is you hare forgotten Why bless my soull cried the ah- sentmlnde man Now that we uroI hero Ive forgotten where we Intended gotnglPhlladelphta IedgerI Tongue Caught Ermine This stole fIor tongue caught ermine hence its high price the salesJinca sold Touguru caught ermine chT Yes madam You see the crmlnesIcoot Is extremely delleate tears It horribly So ttie trlllillcr cutchI Cs tongueThetecshie fond t lee The trapper IIlnClrs heavy ales Wltbt grease ord lays them here and there a uu the stow The snow whirl ermine IIthluniQllick rushes up la the zero weather hicks what Ill tikes for a- sliver of Ice end la III doomed forI the steel f the bvaly kulfe hum frezea- afast to We tissue11lchaage Longest gushLawsuit The trgrit lawsuit ever heard is- inglamd wan that belsnee the heirtTalbot Viscount Lisle the hrlrs r Lord Ilvrkeley respeet Ing cerudis lands and puavtealoue sot fur fray lleottoU undv1GIge to tic Uuaty Woutc tel It twualueuce- dIifthe eai ef the reign of 1Cdwuld n of1tttUVSplAle nfter it had lasted about 12- 0yearsldon Anevters Unheeded Remonstrances- Wps that you suldltign pitof Hr tlIt WIlilmilcrely hll ul llJltlis uattisel- mhlwlth tI atth4moghtatsk wl fprnkjtaltieIrtwl uuiu y s tRy U Wr hLv or liny yin kuasd youalight to be- hlnidsli altntir 1IIIIUllllllt 1 Istt di1X ilr itll lea Cleat1tshitixhul Iirttr v It ORDERSn0hWayOur Poetoffic Inspectors Protect the Public When n pertaooor tlrm that sun known to the post mce Inspectors begins to receive large quantities ot let tern the Insplctolll begin to lnvestl gala They visit the office of the con sera and learn what they cup It It 1s- a legitimate and honest business It Iii sot interfered with Out If It lookl shady It It happens to be a mining ator land scheme tbllt orrers large returns upon the Investment of money the inspectors abstract u dozen or Slot the iDCeroing letters from the trail get the names and addresses of the writers and then rascal the lettelll nail permit them to be delivered T1W next move for the inspectors la- to rlsit the persons whose names aao addresses were taken from the letter and to get from them the correspond once of the supposed fraudulent concern With this the inspectors mall n case and either cause the arrest o the dishonest persons or cause II itesimply IIU wade by time postal nutilorttles al- 1Vnstiinglen declaring that such n business Is fraudulent und svnrulUg the public against sending uieney tl- It After that each letter cowiUg nIl stampedefraud In red limit ucrOli1i Its face nUll returned to the sender mlhousumds ot schemes for defraud Ing the public has been stopped ly till postlll uuthrritrs trod they lire always on the watch for bemI nusas City Star ROQUEFORT CijEESE The Discovery Made by a Poor French Boysa poor appe fife discovered the sextet or making ltoquefort cheese True us guspel inyknew the luds anon theyd trice n- monument to him Lie was out tend ing sheep and the sun sUllting down 1hard he went into n cavern to cut his cheese und rye bread lie failed to getaway with mill ot It amid threw a hunk hapoII a few mouths litter the boy found the cheese still there Ue saw that It chmingeawas moist mind cranny Ihisides there runulugtu the taste was so plelllllu he curried n untstrcnce for no sooner had sale tutlll than she took one ot tile largest rolls ut cheese from her dairy hind her sou guide her to the cavern und placed It roc the shell 1n due time the sand change WIIH srruught mind lloqueorl cheese bud arrived ns utm article of cow mneree All the ullturnl cnverns nrouud the Ilualut old town now are used for ripenlllg cheese mid time WOlllcn work In them with tllIIl1I oil llIl11 strapped around their chestsNew fork lress Hood and His Aunt While still a boy Chumns Uood went to Scotland for a holiday trip and stayed with JIll uuut who was mi rigid Subbaturlull lie descrlllls how upon one occasion the old lady was too indisposed to go to her beloved kirk but found elltllIallllllcllt fu the deseriptitnm of the passersby furnished by tier itrepressible nervy Tammy myu- maU keek olltwhas that 1batll- BuJlJe So aud Sos dllllbtlr mimmt amid Isnt she umking desperate love tu young Somebody wblls walking by her side The graceless hlzzll Ill wnul her gin I were her utainnlnel- Beek out again Tam Theres Alts Blank aunt timid sites jot on n grand silk Jon tllld such n velrer- utnntleS Set us up luddlc She In deed the sillie wnstrlfe bodle Shed better fur pay n shes owing 1Vhas ncistT And so they would go on the crabbed old ScotlbWOIIIUIl little BUS peeling halt the scour proceeded from the active Imagination of her navvy to heighten the fun and draw her out Overstocked Madge as the oldest ot n family ot girls has evidently beard and Hiker to heart the dlsuplointument of her par over tho excessive feadninlly 11- 1lottld by the fates to time family gale Vbeu recently the tlttb little dallgh- ler w us burn llndgr was playing lu garden with one of bar sisters ands n neighbor considered was decldLd- IT Tough with flue child MudJI duut treat your little sister R0 rClUonstrl1tLd tbe neighbor You might klll tier Well tt I did was the cool rte- pache thlreli plenty more lu time ke1hlllldI1phlu Ledger Unchanging Sport The ot deerstalklug Is still ime lI106t utural and most nearly nl llr1 to the hUIl tin ot prlmitlrc auto tint Is to lie fauna III the British islehdt The dllfereace between the actual hunting ot the hungry Plct soil Ule stalking of the owner nt a modern deer forest Is little Jm then time weQuI1ehl When Hi Feels Safe sClureItub Egfi13tpocfahy so It tUef man hlqUt1ob a baseball umplrcYon filers StateslaaN fr r TepP1IddQ i you ever sotcc that autccant I are bald Di11t G ita1rThcy camrc out su- lorSs51si lruserift Anvnneaen5Inaaekclrhanddeicrlp tennma- gnmctIf aaeerteln our opinion tree whether an- hnentlon II prohbl tmmunlrn lions etdettycanadentlat HANDBOOK on relents poleUatenleaperdat notke without CbpnlO III the SCi tiffc Rmg8i a11A- handsomeiiillutretedwcektyd tmraestrtr culatioootanyeelcutluofnurnal lennatJa aoldbyainewedealernMUNN ntaoch Utdcc en r UL Washington DItea is the Roof the SUlety- CoJ ud that it to meat For you eel easy root it 3 ply and we that iti you will set Ixrn out of 4 CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA 1 Ne CTAUII OOUPNI 15W 10X4 OITf u u u Subscribe for the Hartford Republican McCALL Celebrated tr atyle perfect iii srmlIIc1lyllld nearly 41 years every city and toxo In Uni fed States or by direct More cold than any other make Send for tree eatalogle McCALLS More than othet bshlon- maguinemillion1 month invaluably Lat- cat olylesrJ 3I1ern J fancy needleworklulydresaiug- etiquette good ctc Only W cents a pulernpsubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to brings ea gun and new prize offer Sddres 1m tcCALL CO ss to St rt yK This is a strictly Hand Made 00 Sour Mash Whiskey made in Kentucky and thoroughly aged and matured in wood before bot yearsPromptor money refunded 4 Full Quarts 400 ExpressOfficeWrite for Complete Price List and Order EeBe GIBSON WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER 25 W ThIrd St Box 757 CINCINNATI A GENUINE SURETY BOND GUARANTEE PACKED INSIDE O- FCONGOr kROOFI1Congo only Ready UJJJJanB tarrying Nloaai bozidltaaics with literate conditions make especially attractive anyone who consider the toofiag to years red about your coveted with Congo know probable longer xvvice i PATTERNS reliability nearly and null MAGAZINE subecriters drresmakluI Agents Postal premier cash ltd tJ711 Blanks OHIO EACH ROLL question The Surety Company r isumB these hoodand bade of them u their hoe million dollars of GS3clsh isia matter of kQ sahfacoatq us that they were RoofingYou I other than giving the t MB ordinary care Write today for samplet of Congo and fun Wormation eoeryroloCoe8oyou FORDSVILLE PLAJUi1tt14 CJ- FsRn i rvtrc t r 4- xs t 1 TrLT- I TIT 1 frosty V RlngCUt bellsAnd let Ring outtho old ring In the Ring happy bells across the snow The Is going let him go Ring out the false ring In the true To the Old Year Laughter and klsseshercs the end A wiser end could scarcely be were our lover our lrlendOld tear Andso the world and we Throw smiles and kisses as you wend your speed you merrily R E Cord To the Ladies Lilt your goblets high In the air drink to the health of the ladles fair For this night wont come for another year May we live until without ding a tea- rorlglnalToast by Mrs Annie L- M Breen Granby Mass National Magazine 51 Same Histgri6 I Happen l1 s of January The first month In the has always a rateful one In English history but It began speclally to be recognized as such durin the reign of Charles L It was on January 4 IGJ that the attempt Was made to arrest the lve members On tho tenth of the month three years later Arch bishop Laud was beheaded and Jan vary 30 IOU saw the kings own head laid the block There Is probably no act ot pulla ment which 4aa ever been the qt amazing dissensions and dts cord I1S that whitlt brought about the union between Oroat Britain and Ire vnd Thill Into force Jan n I 1801 It was In the S1me mon htbat RIchard Trovlthlek the Cornish Inventor perfected the first i steam locomollvo which ever moved i an Fngllsli road I The great William lltt the most prime minister ever con trolled the destinies of tho kingdom came Into oNce ul Christmas 1783I And died In January Ile Great i rival Chules James Fox born In Jan unry only survived PIU six monthsOne the greatest boons that a na I tlon ever received from Its govern went war conferred GroatOrltnln on January I 1S40namely penny postago Adhesive stumps had been Invented by Mr James Chalmers of Dundee six years previously and these snpcraeJed Mulreadys envelope later In the same year January baa for a long time past been a very notable month fo the his tory of the British royal family On January 25 19Z the Princess Royal married to Prince Frederick VII lam of Prussia Merman kalsor was tnJttnuary1E59 Prince Henry of Uatlcnberg death occurred on January i0 1896 and tiro duke of ToeJes Iffo came to no end on the lwelltyfjrnl or the month 1991 11r he lIlIt lu mt 1I41lIluIfiqPtegd4Lor roe 01ctuflMUlll 1 cIscn- w dJ dory I1 brtng1rht4i tbeer- t foy IfIli alttllbtlat rI aatut to r ettISTh1 3 Tlr t 4 Gtftehnd tileraex a of- ailst J 1lI rut3f r1 QN4- 1Tf JL Ir 1iIM h J1 J J t itF rt- bataava h- kJ wet tolachbonnie lassi- ethatwedearlyloed In thedays or theyeartbats aaa l Ring out wild bells to the The flying cloud the night t year is dying In the nighta wild him die new year You and And And then shed Food year boon most upon cause such came upon upon able who 18OG 1749 upon was The born Yesr dtttti r And The way One year later on January 22 1901 came the end of the most famous reign In English or any other history Queen Victoria died at 630 on the fateful evening In northern latitudes no nnUon fights In winter ic It can possibly be avoided and yet January has seen some of the toughest struggles of mod era war January 1871 holds the rec ord for fierce lighting During that month there were no fewer than six terrific battles between the French and the Germans The last was Gen Trochus grand sortie from larls which ended In his detent and In the extinction of the last hopes of Paris and her citizens A Resolution o for oN- ew Years The noblest resolution that any cltl zen could make for the now year would be the resolution to live more faithfully by the golden rule that sub lime principle of conduct for this world and for all worlds Failure to live by this law causes the chief ear rows and collisions among men says EdWin Markham In Success Let each eatnesl man search Into his words and ways determined to had the special manner In which he breaks the golden lawhis special unhapplIhis city lIe wilt find perhaps tbat- In the shop he Is In the habit of misplacing tools and this hinders the work of his comrades that In the p- Tice he la In the habit of being late in keepIng appointments and thus steals other peoples time that In the belittlingIgang of thieves who steal reputations that In tile homo he Is In the habit of monopolizing the conversation and ofIthus sioils the comfort of his townsmen that In business ho Is to lb i habit of misrepresenting his goods and thus rubs uDder the cover ot eus tom The Child of the Year 1 i tltieDeardMaUlhou dadbrlghtAepeatof 11f- tt To as fsnnitr d 10 1 4 lIa Thaxter r 1 iI t art 1Jv Y pti v i6li rjeIiIIb 1 11 i f trYTie Rhm ttorJRachel 0 By j Wrotcf Howard iCopyright by Shortlltory Pub CoJ Boated In a street carr Idles Marjorie Mollie was nbsorbed lathe latest issue of the Literary Poets It contAlned thIs week a most unusuatanno1U100ment and It Was this wHIch now occupied tier attention to the exclusion of aU else The announcement read as follows We tho undersgned executors under the will ot a person whose nlme wo finounceot said will the sum of 4800000 will be paid to the first perotl who will submit to us n rhymo for the name Rachel Thll bequest Is basel on the following condialion viI 1 The rhyme must be glumate one Dialect foreign or invented words will not bo considered 2 This offer Is limited t0 ono year dating from December 31 190 In explanation ot the foregoing offer thotollowlngiabove referred to Is an unfinished poem addresaed to a lady whose full Christiannname was Fedora Lilian Hlldegardo Loulso Rachel The said poem was written by the testator or the purpose of bringing Into rhyme each one of the names aCorCmeaUoned lie sue l1whlchthetroduced In accordance with his aforesaid purpose but he was unable to complete the poem because ot his failure to find II rhyme for the last nameRachel For certain personal reasons he provided tn his will that on attempt be made In the manner above set fortl1i to discover such a rhyme As full conditions and all necessary information are contained tn the foregoing announcement the undersigned must decline to consider any Inquiries for further explanation DUNDURY It DORDEAU Attorneys atLaw Washington D C Circumstances compelled Marjorie bills to earn her living and against these circumstances her aristocratic and artistic soul waged constant rebellion Her family and her acquhint ances generally regarded her as a spoiled child troubled with extrava gant tastes and a lack of practical sense On her side she felt that she was not understood nor properly ap preclateduntll she met Carter DIt- llngton Like herself Mr Dl1Ilngton was poor and had literary aspirations and Mar Jorle felt that In him she had at last found a sympathetic 7ellow mortai He accepted special Invitations to the house but rarely called of his own accord appearing content to ride home with her In the evening IIe was excessively reservedthat Ws- one of his pecullarltlCllsj that withstanding the Increasing faml larlt1 of the acquaintanceship MI1rorle knew no more ot his personal affairs at the end ot nine month hin she did during the first week There was one other su Jec1 on which he was equally reticent and that was the discussion rhyme for Rachel The remarkable otter In connection with th smatter was a subject of unending curiosity and discussion In literary circles but Carter Dl1Ilngton pointedly aVQlded every allusion to It To MarJorie on the contrary It was one of alluring In terest She hesitated a long time before venturing to speak to Mr DlIllngton about It Ills peculiar aversion whole matter embarrassed her khe mere mention of the name Rachel dIsturbed him and her occasional ef forts to lead the converoatlon arlfund to the subject were promptly frustrated Finally however she decided tojap peal to him for help Only one nore week remained and she beheld her dreams of wealth fading Into the dull vasfabout to take his departure afttf a short call on Christmas eve she said suddenly If a person were to tied a himer suppose It would he answered dryly r- And It would make him rich breatheonPerh3plI theees hopethenhis hand he bade Marjorie good eight Good night she responded ine- chanlcallv and as the door closed she staggered Into the parlor and throwing herself upon the sofa burst into a torrent of passionate tears Suddenly her sobbing ceased She sat up bewildered startled Ja the midst of the turmoil of her trout led spirit there had burst IIpoa herwtt1leut warning wlthot thoughtar- hysee for Rachel liaaisDecember 27 sU Walked Into thl1t quietlyansouneed that she had come to claim the =530 eol fer a rhyme for Rachel v- Ter a moment the two men stared at key without utterleg a sound j u4Jllsdated Then noticing the sudden I11011h upon the g1Ia face he checked biltl IIIUPardon mtfJDY doaT Jo g yetirIus ise 1dbeot I i- r ri d It I TMPV rey ij if rltpeselielit Mr slaesie r ldoctee Ire Was ttrifle CCestrk and oa fI w isobble- ek wrflieit poetry Jheeta t sparedaoatnttON WnJIlI had a very Itnsi M eduaatlwF aittG Wt- iclekQBI woe thlft Huht not be Apltdllapped uM had beer Wel1 aMttltetlelthe boy got ttcMtlk8 Ic the old len eman struck A nag la this poem of his abbot oraLl1Ja Hndegarde et at and ho called upon his nephew to help him out Wltb a rhyme for Rachel Tho young man Informed him that there was no such rhyme but his uncle tfippedetobehave It He Jpslst ed that fie 1ie lad ha had a college edocatldn be could find a rhyme If he cheep Ve11Qpe upshot of itwoe that did gentleman todk I Into lard head friar lslJ phew was obstinate and ungrateful and be cat him off A shornle leforoho died hpwever he nally concluded that perhaps there was norhme tor Rachel and ho declded to reinstate his nephoV la Is will but with this proviso That rhyme should first advertised for and thaftahauld any person produce such nthymo within a year then the money should go to such person In stead ot the nephew As the executors we of course followed the provisions of the will but e wore definitely satisfied there was o such rhyme And yet you say you have found oaoI arn tree to say It seems Incredible Incredible Stilt at the sametlme the ogee Is n bona fide one and will bo carried out to the let ter 11 your rhyme proyes to be a legltl Impossible He Ejaculated mate one It will certainly prove a most astonishing revelation to us and to the nephew Carter Dlllington Marjorie felt that she was about to taint May I have Just a moment to think she asked faintly Certainly certainly I did not mean to hurry you Ot course I un derstand you feel a trifle agitated but take your time and youn recall the rhyme tn a minute or twp Several moments passed jn silence Then MarJorie arose She laced the two lawyers and wIth a tremor In her voice that she struggled bravely to subdue who said slowly I have not forgotten the rhyme butbut I have decided not to submit It It was New Years day whoa Mar jorio again saw Carter Dllllngton lIe called late in the afternoon Why had he come she asked herself Was It to torment her To cause her wound ed heart to bleed afresh He appeared not to heed bar constrained manner nor the quick flushes that reddened her checks Marjorie be said suddenly with an impulsiveness and a familiarity ho had never befor manifested you have wished me a happy New Year whoIpress my fons before I was abso lately sure that I could offer yon the comforts and the pleasures you db serve Now I am independent wealthy and you MarJorie w111 you share my fortune with met It was late ere the lovers were ready to part Ja It any wonder be was saying as he lingeringly prepared to leave that I avoided the subject of my uncles outlandish offer 8uppos- 1ng that by some poselblllty there had been a rhyme for Rachel sup posing some one had succeeded ending itt But thaak fortunedear there is none Yes but there Is a rhyme for Ra eadtlag6bwaemotlQn Would you like to lsrarIU Lot us sit down hereon the sofa and J will ten IttQ yep She Rafted f moment actor tho- werd 1 seated and thealit a half tremu love whisper she recited the tollewug- Ilnest A atnng rhyree bas long pesoearl Foreach an4 ot Jh lJllau GrlleI tndiflldeaardeLohlse AndThefildden teteAre frs Ju Theriin 1 1tgPW f wel- dalght pjelfRb ttlllet 1lktlar 40J7WSL v r 0 t n- K The Old PersonI wish you all kinds of prosperity during your term of office bub but I want to warn you this years job le p fast lIfo In just 12 months or in about 8760 hours you will be wearing long pray beard spectacles on your nose a sevencJol tar black suit badly wrinkled weigh The Old Year and the New Seven lghtnlne Do you hear that asked the old clock In the cor neroHere It Is a full hour after your bedtime and yet you sit there staring into the fire I In front ot the fire sat an old wom angray hatred wrinkled feeble The voice ot the clock did not dIsturb her but as she watchld the fitful flames ode could have read her thoughts Out its excusable on this night continued the clock to soft tones Helgho but Its the last night ot the old year Three hours more and we are done with 1909 You and I aro going to watch the old year out together Lets seeT How many years have I seen come and go Fortyex- actly forty with this one Thats a long time long time The woman rocked gently to and fro and by and by the clock suddenly called out- What tears In your eyes Come now but thats no way to end the year We are thinking of the same thing Yes he was ft good and loving husband and Ill say this for both ot you that I never heard an unpleasant word between you it Is 12 years since he died I could only look into his face as he lay on his dying bed and If ever heaven sent Its light to lead a soul across the dark valley It was given to him I remember your tars and moans and sobs and you prayed that death might come to you ns well The woman wiped her tears and there was a feeling of suffocation as she lot memory bring up the events ElghtnlJ1etenl caned the clock after a While How time docs nyl I distinctly remember striking the last hour of 1903 Let me see Some one then wept with you ct that bedside There was a son and a daughter Ahl now I recall their taceschoir gentle waystheir toying words Two years latter there was another deathbed more walls and sobs and I saw the paUbearers as they carried the daugh tars body out of the house It seems na If the last blow must crush you and I well remember saying to myself that It wouldnt ho long before you wore called to go The woman eholced back her sobs rrylaroundbobs they have In the kitchen to time the egg boiling And some will be sorry others clad that you are then ready to be succeeded by another fat IIttillrifant labeled 1911 and her lips moved as If see Were speaking the names ot her dead otttte- eFor many minutes her reverie was unbroken and she heard not the tick tack tlcktackl of the steadY old clock Nlnor ten eleven Isuddenl hOWlabsentmh1ded the day a Woman a pale face and frightened eyes opened the door and handed you a Tettsr which bore the insignia of death Yn opened It with trembling fingers udnext moment you were like one dead t There Were days and days whet youthoveredd between life and death for my part gave up aU hopes Died In a foreign land burled among strangers over the sea it was a blow 1 aimed at a hearttwlco btokon The woman covered her taco and moaned In anguish and the clock coa- tlnued Dont so the dead aro itrest forevermore Lltea mistakes may need to be washed away lvlth terrs but the dead reaped their reward Yes are old and poor and krokenr but wk can tell what netriende the ioew year may raise UP forryou2 I cannot tell you to forget past moth ers heart over goes out for her dead but the new year may have u ore sunslne comernow I am about N strike the old yearr out and the neyr year In Let us greet the new vrlth x smile of welcome tis I countteu- eleventwelvca happy New Yearl The woman did not move Helghol called the cock We hue left the old behind hopand thelastBeing and Doln wtytodo good is the way to be happy W11e- a happy world this would be If allI pleasselves latocIttantiMtogo up la to go down tor Ihe tatle it thinbumbleth ylirebatsaidIstew rkror maw