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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y t- Fi Ift f C d r eJob Works DEVOTED TO THE INTERESISQF ALL THEpEOPLEOFOHIO COUNTY Subscription l per Year i- VOL XYZI EARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JAN UATY 7 1910 No2N PRESIDENT TAFTS PREDICTION UPHELD Payne Tariff Law Making Good Uncle Sam Will Not Invest in Artie steam Boat at Present Washington Dc Jan 4 1910 When President Taft in his famed Wlnona speech in September said that the Payne tariff law was the Lest tariff law ever enacted by a Republican Congress Dud that this would be demonstrated lajtbelworBtt of the act Ven some of its admirers thought that ho Was extravagant in its use of la guage Apparently tithe President had expert statistical advice before hojnadu his Winona utterance forlho figures are now at hand which seem to support all fir TaWs enthusiastic comment on the Payne law In the debates n Congress last year Democratic orators predlot ttd that the adoption of the Payne schedules would be followed by a- great loss to this country of its share of the worlds b talness It was predicted that the rate i would prove iK excessive that the would be u material falling off li imports and that the revenues an commerce of the nation would suffe According to a state sent now made public by the Bureau f Statistics 4he imports for 1909 were larger than in any previous year in this countrys history They exccede In value over 150000000 the imports or 1807 f lhlch tiertofore has been r girded as the- baugts year of Ames aui comtneroe Not only were the Jnports greater last year than ever fore but the statistics show that more fgrelpm ertlcles entered Amei can ports free of duty 1n 1809 than i any previous year Articles imps ted free were of the value of 70 100000 as age of the value of 700 X0000 reached the shores of AUe TJi ted States last year Practically all c the Important countries ot the voi1 shared Jn the increased imports an Increase being bown at every prlnc al port in the United States Our exports last ye were approxi mutely the value of 1750000000 a- sldgbt decrease ove tho preceding year Over half of t rse exports underwent a process of manufacture before leaving the Un cd Sttatcs nnd thus both American c pital nnd labor shared in the fruits c this commerce The year 1909 will al bo remembered as the greatest lour history for femdo wish our non ntlguuus terrl tortes such as Ala a the Philippines Hawaii and F rto Rico This noncontiguous trade cgrcgattd about 173000000 of which 78000000 con jtistcd ot exports Important data on the subject of annests of lawbreakci and the sizes yt police forces la cot tined Inn bul letin which has just Cen issued by 4be Dlrctorc uf the insua Under Jhehead of arrests wsiffed by of fcnuos It Is Shown t xt4ho number of arrests in 1907 fri e 168 titles of their country bavinga opaintlon of 30000 oranorc was 1 SW61tor 5824 to every 10009 labab iota Cities of practically the samoa a show a wide variation jw the nun erot anrests mho bulle ld polnta tut however- that the toDs suxnber ttiarrestgiorsor indkation of the Is eawaBB a oHyB population ti ratker a r flection of varying 1 al afilanJ WD o aaai ttAeletlvlty of the police depsrLreM- AnetLN IraU ia ia 3d this wQek liy theC BsusiBureau ec Site de= pirtmeatn in the ous clues as tke T1jo sere spits ooeti of eaintanbnctto fire partmeatvin t o l cils3 is mac than in rJtiwHioari cIUeaThe 1w pep capita fV eoatofv alntcaapoe aioadNifl tine re regulationsur cO1Itp txetica r1 In oltkaof ilr3aigaajutrycfnf w oaarpletAze+ 1 were tJ ere t8 3a6 r 8fJS3xj j Z I oa 0 rtrjfW l if il4 iI Jl t1- J 1 per capita was 228 and then the toss per capita G28 The United Staets government Is not lit the market to purchase a Nor Pole steaboitsThe promoters of the Penny artio expedition thought iShat the good ship Roosevelt on which the dlscdverer of the Ionssought polo made his Journey Into the arbc country would be a good Investment for tho Revenue Cutter service It Is necessary for Undo Sam to keep a cutter Jn Alaskan wa er a consider able portion of the year to protect Its fur seal Interests qnd t1osug gestions was made that the Rrtese veil could be used fur this work to great advantage No Iguro wfrs placed on the boat by Its owners for the reason that the preliminary nogota lions did not give them any qn oouragement that a tale would be Conan mated According to Tama Jim Wilson Secretary of Agriculture taro crying need of the United Status is more farmors In the near future Mr Wilson will begin a through Investigation to determine the causes underlying the increased cost of living in this country In discussing the proposed inquiry Mr Wilson said Too many people are trying to get along without work and not enough of them are In the business of producing something One mini could do the business of dig tribution where twenty aro now engaged in it That Is the reason the cost of living Is high And people are complaining Our people must learn that they cannot get along without work and the best place for Ihme Is on tho farm where they con raise something JUDGE TAYLOR IS ISRlEMBERED Members of Local Bar Surprise Him With Nice Present The outgoing County Judge Hon W B Taylor and outgoing Sheriff Mr ItB Marlin invited tho members of the Hartford BIT and officers of tho Court and few otaher friends to meet with them at the office of the County Judge last Friday evening for social In response to the In vitation thirty or forty lawyers Court officers and other friends gathered at seven oclock and were greeted cordially by Judge Taylor und Mr Martin and served with delicious fruits and cigars after which Mr Martin in a fow well chosen words announced to the assemblage that the mooting had been called by Judge Taylor and himself for the purpose of extending good will and thanks to those with whom they had come intimately in contact in the discharge o their duties in the past four year Alter Hr martins talk others were called for and almost everyone presen had some good word to say concerning the outgoing officers All were high In their prase of tho official conduct of Judgtf Taylor und Mr Martin And his deputies and many good wishes for their future prosperity and happiness were extended Tho attorneys and officers of the court had fixed up a neat little surprJo for Judge Taylor in the shape ala gold witch and chain which was presented in an afclo man ner by Judge J 8 Glen Judge Tay lor was taken completely by surprise and his emotions orpresced his appro citiona and thankfulness bett r than ajiy Ird3hcouldbavo uttered The deputies serving under Mr Mrti111 had dIFlrC1cJth asso ton him 4t Is probably the brat itine thjxi a sheriff of Ohio County has ever Geld the samecusps ot doputlca during tie en the f rni The meeting waaall1nall a Very iftjpy affair and being at teBdd waa lay Democrats aid Rpubifcii ft was robbed of any tt f partiaenehtp whlclli ital- llthe mcrea ht cxpeeassloa- of goocfIoeshlprall around x t rtt tiqriSale One ofj + aad Jeatqu2poi1 lYfii xaante 1x 1s xJIw jjc J r 7 t 19r1 i1IIIfI J I IT jfrWIIi I +I t I1fJfit 2 71 tr KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Organizes for Work of Coming Session Democratic Slate Goes Through Without a Single Hitch Tho General Assembly of Ken tucky convened atitho taw capital at nOon Tuesday After tho election of arioua officers Governors message was read and proved to be a volumln ous document and probably holds the record for length for such communion tdon It covers a multitude of subjects and made a great many reccomi mendatlonB Ilofcrlng to tho finan cial conditions of the Stnte the Gov erhor makes it plain that the heavy dlflclt Is not due to the present ad ministration but to enormous ap propriations made by tho Democratic Legislature two cars ago In this connection he says You will never be asked to provide money to ipay any expenses or debt created by this administration You nretonly asked to raise tho money to pay the ap propriation made by tho Democratic Legislature in 1908 The Governor strongly recommends the enactment of a law providing for a uniform ac counting and reporting in all the public offices of the state Ho also recommends the redIstricting of tho State Into ipolKcal subdivisions and makes a strong appeal for a fair and just apportionment of the State into legislative and Judicial Congressional districts The following officers were chosen for the Senate President Pro Tern Conn Iun Calloway county Chief Clerk George H Peters Lou isvilleAssistant ClerkJesse Alverson Lincoln county Enrolling Clerk Mica Jennie McDonald Frankfor- tSergeantatArmsMott Ayres Ful ton Assistant aantatArmgateDY- 01lnyOwen boro DoorkeeperB F Pcmbertbn of Shelby county Cloakroom KeeperS O Catlett Princeton Pages Frank Simpson Fayetto cow ty W F Cook Covington Murray Brown BiMckcn county Tho House caucus was called to order by Chairman Prowltt and the only feature aside from several contests for minor offices was the sue cessful effort of J W Perry of West Liberty elected under the Republi can emblem from Morgan and Wolf counties to hold a scat in the cau cus Perry claimed to be a Democrat but his appeal for participation In the proceedings was denied The nominees were as follows Speaker George S Wilson Union county Chief Clerk Jaines a Stone Louis ville Assistant Clerk William Wclker Crlttendon Count- ySergantaArmsC W Lougmiroe Lexington Enrolllnff Clerk=Mias Amy Lyons Frankfort Doorkeeper4 Joseph Embry Lincoln county janitor Warren R Stiacklfitt Mead countyCloakroomkeopersStreet RunLll- Todd county and A E Kenton Rob ertson county Pngcapeter Best Daviess county Dart Peiko Trimble county Ship scan Waasonr Franklin oounty Laid ley Boutixltt HencountyT- haRdpublicans also caucused and in the Sonata A JOIyeratSOOttIto vhtewarchatrmnnandthe following aeloctlonawcro niadeJ f For Piwiident pto fcmraaid Rfapub lican pfdortiBaderHNat Curgton qt ilstHi t ChletYGlerky S CarveiMctr calla tIj t rl AaelailatChist Clerk RJ tewi I i mfn I T r jtlap ti j1iWit 11l r R w lriiPit Gt Ih 1 l Po A J fo i I u j 1n A0111gy j I iif4i 100 l7 Jiih1 Stt f c 1 1 t Byland of Newport Senator Oliver was given authority to appoint a steering committee of three members and this will consist of Sonata Oliver Nat Curoton and ono Other member to be selected laterLieut Coy Cox was given nuchori ty to name tho prseldlng ofoelIpogo and lHjfseliCted J W son of Noel Gaines I The House caucus of RffpublJcnnw j nomlneOlJJ Speak or Prof L C Carpenter of IrvlI Clerk Mss Llmmlo Parish Burning Sprdiigj Enrolling Clerk Capt 11 1I Boatty Bjattyville SongantutArm JpluVcj Crcecji Londoi Doorkesrr- P l offl the secrIt1rEstfll county In the absence of R II Winn chair than of the State Central anti Ex ecutive Committees M H Thatcher State Inspector and Examiner presided al the House caucus lie made a speech urging tho Republicans to act conservatively wisely and unitedly FROM PALACETO ALMSHOUSE Widow of Former President- of Gautamala in Distress New Orleans Jan IProm a palac where shi presided as first lady of the land to an almshouse refugosue- Is the fate which has overtaken Senora Alagcrti Barrios wife tf a former President of Guatemala With an almost complete impairment of her Visionrpeuudlers and wthout nitrans n snnlll Birrliv knockwl for admittance at the Touro Shakespeare alniBhou e here New Years day Her lU3band Jose Marla Reno Bar rios was assassinated a short time utter tjuf accession to the prosldcaicy of Guatemala Following the tragedy Senora Barrios went to Europe wluro she remained for some time The for tune which she Inherited from hr husband was immediately dii1Td- by those in charge of it she assefs For several months situ has lived obscurely in New Orleans waging an unsuccessful battle against adversity At the office of the Guatemalan Con sul here It was declared that t tlr wife of the former President would return to Guatemala to hvo she would receive a pension from that Government equal to the salary pad her husband This 1 wasasereds- he had refuted to do It was sUxl that the sum of 50 a month was paid to her for considerable time by tho local consulate under Instructions from the President of Guatemala Too Guatemalan Government is now bear Ing the expense of the education of Concuello daughter of President htrlos at a school in London Madame Barrios is an American and before her marriage was Miss Algera Denton She was born in Virginia but It was while renidingin New York that she met Gen Barrios und at thoage of 14 married him FulkersonIngram They rights of matrimony won slemnizcd between Mr Cecil R Fulkl 011jwellnoon December 25 at the residence oRov Miller in the prsencce of thq brides brother and wife Mr nad ilr3i Granvllle Ingram This couple murrlod with the Inf tendons of keeping their marriage a eocret and wero somewhat mwprised ntfriendslife i Old Time noW i falJ1eni4bfsearl loams Wednesday afternoon Jig ttJi thq ground bad been in goo1 Con lt ljr Its reception It would rtis1213c io toitine tkJPlli of- 2oot fl t raid mJl efYlooj- J delaJedsTb I1 t tl I Tt- t I tr p f r f I t Ccl1 f i S Sif I t h h BEf PROFITS ENORMOUS j JL Howler Farmers are Not Pocketing Money iM Secretary of Agriculture Says Cbst of food Stuffs It Too High Washlnston Jan 1Vn have al r ndytxilBcovercd tint the farmer is lOtTgottlng the exorbitant profits out of the beef he raises said Secretary 1 ilpe i Of the Department of Agri culture In discussing the high prices todaytiIn the world he Santo conditions will befound to prevail n most of tother lines of farm products w iThp Department of Agriculture has agents In every Stato and every coun yfinHno country and they have been ordered to report exhaustively on the- coatoff production and the returns out sales of nil sorts of fowl products A tjfast a we rccolvo three figures we will then give the facts to the public Wo intend to bring out the truth whom it benofHs 1 am convinced that the public Is compelled to pay a great deal mor fur nearly every thing lit eats than it should and IlJjeKcYe the fisutrs will hoar me out There Is ample oxciwo for aim i of the lncrea tH In the cost of lIv lag over what It was years ago The farniaroa Is not keeping Pac with tifu fdamands for foodstuffs The cities seem to have more attractions or he ladoring man than d rural 001 utter The horde of lmuigtattan rte well as the vpnvlncraslng uailve population ust bo frd and the farm is expected to furnish the food at AETNAVILLE i iiJan 4Mr and Mrs Ben Newton ofEldorado llfar now tho guests 1l of their father Mr Jacob Nw4 n They will make thtlr homo ut dun placed vMlss Ruth Loyd was the RUttit of- der sister Mrs Arthur Ford HerlRri Saturday and Sunday lire Charles Divtns made a bust ricwtrip tr Whltsvillo Siturtluy Messrs Henry Harrison Arthur Phillips uid CleveLoyd went tu Fordsvillc Saturday RevMack Cox filled hits regular appolnttiat at I anfeld Saturday J Miss Sadie Phillips of DinficM and Mr Ira Tanner wnslwro wow married at Doanfleld churcch Sunday night They have many friends who wish them much hairpln K Miss Luis Harrkou of Haynewlllo was the guest of her brother Mr Henry Harrison and family Sunday f Mrs James Lyons if Hartford was the guest of her ulster Mrs Clev- oioyd a few days this week j Mrs Arthur Phillips of this place la the guest of her sister Mrs James Lyons Hartford this week L Health Is good In this community excopt a fow bad colds My best wishes to The Republican And Its readera for a prosperous Now Yeart OLATON tiJah 63Ira Gertrude Monroe Ford itch returned to her home at Indian apoUsOkla after spending thck olidayo the guest of relatives near Fallen Rock J M Sltur1ttndera Mrs Rena Owen has returned from Owenaboro where she visited her StrIlss Curr ailtcholl Mrs Mary Anne Felix returned from Vylndfleld Louisiana Monday whore title spent soveral weeks the geatof iher son Charlie Felix jjMrs Tom Grant left for her home speudiingsfstef IMl a Virginia Monroe near iWllenVtockirXttortlsa Payton of Altus Okla v7 liuine and jjootie Payto Betr ittjj 8ylast weekr itheooJtc o r r latt w M1aM Jr i iiI 9t tteH iI I tV raJJ1 r 1 r ynl tI 4 f I 0IIi f S days Tho interment was Intbey Faught burial grounds at 2 oclock p m Tuesday Among the relatives who attended the funeral from a din Unco were Mr Alva Faught wife und child of Frtedland and Mns Hallo McDaulel of the Central Hctet at Beaver Dar Ky Mr Bill Wilkiw was in Owonsbor from Saturday until Wednesday Mr J F Allen and Mr W T Young wore lu Hartford Monday Mr Bill Faught of Roaino MUle guest of relatives hero from Tuea day until Thursday Miw Angle Wbkley of FJIIztbojfi town is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Virgil Whltely Mrs Jane Wllkius Is virtting roles atlves in Owensboro- Mr Wyatte Daniel will leave tomorrow for Clarion Ky where M will attend thu Clarkson Normal SchoolMrs H G Daniel went to White vine Monday Mr Tom Whitworth of Sulphur Springs was in Olaton Monday FOR TIlE BUSY READER Judge Hazel in the United State Court In Buffalo has granted the Pre liminary Injunction applied for by the Wright Brothers against the homing Curtiss Company and Glen H Cuntics retraining tthom from I11anufaetWinr- nnd selling acruplnnn Former United States Tnjnsurer J X Hustnn with offices In Now York City Harvey 11 Lewis and Evcritt Dufour of Washington were dndicted bjtho grand Jury in Washington on tho charge of conspiracy and of using the nuUIfl for fnidulrat puqMKes MANDA The school under the managcmenS of O L Greer as eochor at this place closed on Dec 24 1909 It wan r sad tuv to w earlier and pupil ii iurav as ho had won tho love of JProfSelect was hero prospecting for the school at tills plate Ho was accompanied by Mr Tom Hosey Mr George Taylor and Miss Dittua fleck of this place were married oa last Wednesday owning at the homo of the Rev W N Miller Mr Tay her Is tho eon of Cicero Taylor Mlw Bock Is tine daughter of J F Beck Both are vorp popular and we with them success through life May their pathway bo pltst ant Mis s Dcwv and Dnma Parks ut this placo are visiting at Horton W A Parks and wife iimj son of Rob Roy are visiting 7 T llor of MMdi Mr Fred Raffcrty of this place has moved to Plnchlco and expects to work at the tobacco house at Crom wellMr Will Leisure Is a dumper right Ho dumped a half load of tobacco on the Mil near L J Millers the other day Will says it don o not pay to dung on a cold day like that was RENDER Miss Maude Millard went to Beaver Dam last hursday Carl Robinson returned to ixwi villo last Thursday after spending huh holidays here Mrs Antha Dexter and daughter Miss Audrle of Braver Dam were hero Friday and Saturday tho gucrtts of Mrs T O ntll1n1F 0 Baker Smonsttevenl spent New YoM day and Sunday in Central City visiting his parents Mr and Mm ins Stevens Rev N C Robinson preached An nblo sermon Saturday and Sunday at Williams Mines Mr and Mrs E B Burton of Rock port were here Sunday v Mack Warner and Leo Smothers ant on the sick list Jno T Main has ft very sick child at this writing Simon Jones IB now convalossing after an illnojo for tho past JBeven wenks J J IV Is now County Judge RR Wcd7 ding Much success and bras wJshefr to hIm and the rest of the new Coun tj officers fI Here iswishing Thu topubllatia n happy and proerpprous N6f Yeih l iWanted t4 t v naiuprJrlc ailxuvdaW BARN Ja 1IT It 1 ir It y tt b t1I mfIt t tfHtI r Aw+ t r e it I Initftii lead Tellme what a matt reads an- dI will toll you whntie lt aalt vise writer for UttW ylitdlethe tktB00 that we toed become our thoughts and imaike the verji tax ture of the mind During tho jest tale months the at tovKon of the American peoplo has keen aroused to the consideration of puro and jmpuroi foods This agita tion Baa done good for with hte abun cteaoe of good food there Is Utle ex cuse for using any food which la harmful Tho Umo haa como when tlm American family must give better attention thasx In tho past to another mattertho choice between rood and bad roadtng Wo have read enough about wickedness In both pub lic and prlvatao life too many stories of criminal tranavctlons too much about tho evil and not enough about tho good in life Lot us have tho bright and clean side of our American lIfo only Let ua read storks of heroes who two both bravo and noble awl not vulgar and confessed criminals The mis sion of the prop Is o help the reader not drag him down to sug gent high not low Ideate At this Eoison the average Am erlcan family selects periodicals for tho next year Lot the choice bo only lot clean whol 3ome patriotic perl odicals Send for Ihhe Prospectus of the 1910 Volumo or TIle Youths Companion and EDO what an amount of the best reading selected from the worlds abundance of every fort can be lend for only 17Ci5 splendid tamos Every new subscriber receives In addition to tho 52 issues for 1910 all tho issues for the remaining weeks of 1909 and tho Venetian Calendar lithographed la 13 colors and gold TUB YOUTHS COMPANION Companion Building Boston Mass Now Suhrcriptlotts Received at this Office QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills Marriage Licenses Walter MarlowFordsvllle to Maude M Brown Fordaville- Itoscoe James Cromwell to Dukle Cooper Cromwell Claude Llles Cromwell to Ethel Coleman Ireutls Cola Ailceclt Nelson Muhlenberg county to Bettle Barnard Nelson Muhlenberg county J2rnri AVallico llouto 3 Hartford to Mettle N Hicks lUmto 3 Hartford John A Dulro Hartford to Artl nilssa hello Tabor Route I Hartford Cecil It Fulkwson Corcilvo to Ol lie Ingnini Mcltcnry J P died Fordsvllle to Mtttie Grcer PortlsvlIIe- Ornnvlllo Inemra nlcHenry to Dona Cooper JlcHeury- Hortoll Boyd Fordsville to Helen Whlttiiifchill Fordsvllle Marvin Yorl01aton to Ota Fleldcn tonF JIulojip Fordsville to Myrtle B Farmer Fordaville Harvo Travis Hartford Haute r to Prudlo Stay Hartford Emiiinnil AJlon Shawnee akin to Lola B Loniiolt Bcdn W C WlBBliw Jlaxwell to Belle Drake Maxwell S10O Reward 100 Tho rcdcru of this paper vJll be ploawxl to laain that tJiero Is lit least ono dreaded dlscatt that sclonco has been aloe to euro In all is stages and that la Cufiini halls Oitarrti Cure la thul1lr oiUve cure now known to the niodlcjil fraixsrnlty Catarrh IjiJufc a nvilttultlonal df nco re unlrts a owiiitational truatinont Ihills Caarrli Cum Is than lnt rual ly noting diivctl I pun tho bloc +land niutains surfaces of UK ystom there by rtiatrcylng the foundation cf the tllswirc and faring the vatlont strength by liuillkit up tho ainsUtu tlon and iOBlstiru nature Jn doing ita work Th1 pn iriotn0 hayo no much ciith in iu uurativu i owort that they offer Orc Iluulixil Dollars for any case Mutt Mlu in cure Stnd for list of tu inoaialg Addreta F r CHENEY K CO Toledo O Sold ky nil druBfilft 75c Take Halls Vnmily Pills for Crj stlpntlon Womans Horns Companion For January Wo find nUncUra special features hi this number A double page of pictures shows aotno of tho most famous workra modern European masters there dc also a large full page painting Uf Mnry Bigaboo Kor of YoiinR Wl1 waiting on the thrcifioltl of tee Now Year Bovom photosrapha ol hM most popular actrexti Etliel Uqwvre picture hor melt rIm from uiaUur to loading adrjlU1lt the tame GarotteMad Tfgalu la by FrMAiu Thom OiCtAvo Tltanot fctto the story of two Joncly wonKa te la PJaoa of heir OIVD arid ilyrw Kelly rorpuweg her r T rryx6xeti own allardof nntle hunter The Spirit of OOecella Anne A- La t one of i1 e aerlea she Isl giorWNS HOME COM JONi and Boone Number Thro Thrp ijbrlui Tavern the pea Kata tJiOrThe articles are the kind that a e talked over for weeks FIfteen eats With My WUO is a leaf out yta life experience and Shall Yc 8Uy In Lima Ministry and TOe Mwlc truthful articles M A really delightful Innovation Lf the page of Now Years Card ln fact the whole magazine bcglnsjthe Now Year in a manner calculated rrtf to more than satisfy Its readres ltOIof obtainable Ideas on limo subjects of FasMon Housekeeping the Child- ton tho Home Sawing and IMdng t IEN ENH A l LfS CHILL TONIC lLBests1i Fever Guaranteed M ItResolutions tw1fortory of our Chapter the Angel V Death has visited us nod on ofI lth removed from our midst Jlro L Woodward a man of excellent worth whose death we mourn and whose virtues wo commemorate Bro Woodward was a charter member of this Chapter Therefore bo it Resolved That in the death of Bro Woodward this Chapter loses one of Its oldest members and a Christ ian whose charaucter and habits were worthy of commendation whose life chMactnr words and deeds won for him universal esteem Resolved That in his death this Chapter loses true faalthful and I loved member whose presence will be sadly missed The community a kind good and honored citizen the family a devoted father and bus= baud Resolved That the heartfelt sympathy of this Chnntcr ho tendered the family and that we commend them in this time of trial anti sorrow to time care of Him who death all things wellResolved Further That a page bo set apart on tho record book of this Chapter ns a memorial and these res olutions bo spread thereon mid a ropy be sent to the family one to each of time county papers and one li the Masonic Home Journal for publication SIABEL WHLHMS BERXYCK HOliiiltS JO B ROGKHS Committee QUICKSaiIjER PillS Will cleanse your liver and purk fy your blood and make you feel like a new man Tho pure food law is divgnnd by the Government to prone the public from Injurious ingredients in both foods and drugs It In IwiKfidal both to tho public and 1o the 11111 salontlous nuinutacturor Elys Cream Balm a successful remedy f a ill In the farad nasal citarrh hiy fever etc containing no injurious drugs moots fully tho ro iulronioii s of thw new law und that fact la pronvnon ly stated on every package I con talus none of tho Injurious drugs which aro rvqulrcd by tho IAW to bo mentioned on the label Honce you can me It safely European Food Prices Advance An official report recently cud In tho United Kingdom shows largo ad Vince In prlcwa of different food n ducts Germany and row AustrU fol lows suit In a report stewing UM ln Lord increased 17 her cent iwttiei 25 per cun Imbtcrrallk 10 j or cv k bread 40 per oeirt moat CO per cent sugar 20 per cent Restaurant in Prague made Il 10 per oont lncr isi la prices la Ocft bfr Fuel and par+ yy nearly ovcryrtljlng olse huts g mo up fihovlng that tho Inoue whlclt Ins taken place la the United Slaljui and Canada la simply part of a world wide advance to prices As this adnmc bas been fdt us much In the United Kingdom us in countried governed under a Tariff It In evident U11t The Tariff has nothing to d1 with It IThoso Pins of Boyhood boyhoodgood WhVd chAnge4t tbo plea No stronghoatthy oowI as poor and you blame the food Whata prod add Acomplato toning up by Electric Bittern of sit orgaas of dlgaetlon boyhoodrood and fairly r iurxo your tmj with now health iftrength and vigor 6te atali infglfAv r ne + 0 Jr ill 1 i IIuJtr i koosgeI If HfJart Bongs is a ycjluHra of BOO JWII of music and wOrd r prcaentt ofJ2SOOOpeop eatathe song took well Printed with music for fourpart singing or piano aocdnKpanlment according tc then ture of the piece The book throws an Interesting light on Uw musical taste of tho common people of tho whole country The first thing to note is that ragtime is not in at It was tho good old of our fathora and mothers youthful days that got the most votes pv6ry time Annie Laurie Mr Chapplo Cells us in an interesting preface Js the one groat international favorite of all Englishspeaking people Tho tremendous majority of peco3 chosen were love songs hymns college tongs kallida and patriotic airs with a far minority of salcc tlons from limo older operac Verdis being In the load Fosternegro tOngs got a heavy vote vt course null ulwso with a remarkably Inclusivo selection of college airs are hero reprinted Thou thenp are ringing old duets as Larboard Watch which I havo nothsard for many a year Time bnldal chorus from liohengrJn1 and Schuberts Who Is Sylvia1 roprc ont the higher musical levels of the collection Tho hyunns selected by the largest number of people jwene Lend Klnkly Light Como thpu Fount Rock of AECO and Nearer My God t Thee The love songs the most numerous of all are equally represen tative of tho universal tpstc The volumn deserves the place It undoubtedly will find in the hearts of song loversFrom Lets Talk It Over In National Magazine for January The Panama Canal in War The strategic value of the Panama Canal Is estlated to be equivalent to a fleet of largo battlo ships This is tho conclusion of Dr Cornish given before the Royal Geographical curtatforty firstclass battle ships nawa days the United States will have a good bargain nnd be able to cover a total coast line without any maural Increase in her vessels The canal will double thesea ef ficiency of our fleet for hn1f1llo sum of money that would otherwise be necessary to maintain communica tion between tho Pacific and Atlantic coasts At tho same time the merch ant arlno of tho United States will some day bo developed and Justify tho t eoplo In maintaining a naval armament that will bo fully equal to that of other nntdum4Jeo Mitchell Chappie In Affairs at Washington an the January National Magazine Work 24 Hours a Day The buslctt little things over made aro Dr Kings New life Pills Every pill la a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor Into energy brain fag Into mental power curing Con stipation Headache Chills Dyspapsla adu Malaria 25c at all druggiSts Kentucky Patents Granted this week Reported by C 4Snow C Co Patent Atorneya Washington D C J H Fichtcr CovlngUra moving implement E Moraweck Louisville Surgical forceps For a copy of any of above patents stampsrtthrL Co Washington D C A Frightful Wreck Of train automobile or buggy may sprainsorArnica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns bolls sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands ard lips core eyes pr corns Its supremo Surest pile cure 23c at all druggists SMALLHOUS I v Too late for last week dRer A F Garden Russolvllle Ky filled hs regular appointment for this year Saturday and Sunday Ho wes called by the church to preach another year ana has accepted time charge of Smallhous church aa pastor foctbv earning ear X MatkoMClyderNichiols Souhh Carrol ton his grand mOtbrMrs Salllo Drake andother relatives poor hero Mr MfiD Maddox Loulavlllpii Mica om Maddox of Rockport Kyi Mr 41ki Jc Hill and daughter Marlon and Anna Louise of near S Carrolltnn vcro guests oftholr parsn 8 Mr and Mrs M P ltisddo- xduri9gChrlsuuas 1l mbag wI wore vieikrs to tf guaday school werb faster andyr J Maddox im rwtatu ot HarrMoLXider who- i 1it 11-k t i ri 1 J I t11 was Wiled ty the traim sear alt River w alciftS R9uaiI JJ y HNVflbought neat Mr JC Drake Mr anc1tIre C m Rose have move haveIMiss Maggie Hunter has moved to time houEo of her sister Mrs P Y Wood VdUi whom she will reside Mr and Mrs O WOvbrhultz have moved to Mr N D Fulkersons for a short stay They have not decided where they will go 1IrS E Hater went to Central City Frddya Mr Joe Hager went to Contra City Thursday Mrs S T Hunter Is visiting her l1cwgrand50uat Mr and Mrs Owen Hunters Hartford MENDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Tariff Has not Increased Prices As a matter of7acUho effect of the Tariff policy by encouraging domestic production has been to bring about a very material reduction in prices as in the case of the Imposition of tho duty on tin plate which Tina falsified the prediction of the Free Trade prophets by reducing Instead of Increasing the price of the work mans dinner pall Ito is a very easy matter to blame every advance in prices to the Tariff and the President Is to be congratulated on his timely reminder that not only Is such advance not confined to those countrie which enjoy the benefits of Protection but that time most notable advances arc In tho price of comodltles that have no Tariff Protection against for eign com etlt1O1I Brooklyn Times Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable novorsay die kind the kind 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325 THE JCIEPUBLICAH aiid Uaiiy uwenaooro inquirer 32i THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Olroi Messenger 17i TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea 1 Farmet17iTILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Address or ers to THE REPUBLICAN P GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL I Ir i7i etn an the a fJlUp I alttlruleacif la mini tli tkyItnulitBewIi Ones steno Jnurj a tin yooa it nLs eotWnpamkretitthittrfremeulioantyr itoltiplytleaa tprat IIpmllllIlI tii or atll THCkm UU hde4 hiM TM sea die MamiUUroa hitMklOkwl JIrIutlt41f10 HIIIusautelUrelxefIbsidnutieoetirrlwtlrRafrnKveum1 a 1 7 nwteeedetelfeelerliTa el N T+ 1tIaHiU vriM uynetWNe hoel Umeu K tie sea 1ttktt1a to bewttinNNti Ul rilll li K trw Ia ftt MmrtrfUtf tofiiM drN pflAlIoIktlUtdeM f t piMrt far w ntwty ua rkklj bwrtr w waWtRlltwNil war FM + W m A1 J l 1 k w r f rW yf i tJIi Vi Cl l t Tte toUowiatr In a eoapptte dsf fcIahs aitair t t- YN tem= rifJerome q t1 it10 1 Alton Henry Team Clarod45Or11 t A1t4erson Ti L Same 2 r800AshbyDIlJAwrtiri E G Same 150 Atchiion c fSamo 676 300ArnoldArbuckle Estll San 750 Albin J B aamo t 225- Ashford VK Same 225 Jtwtiy H 0 Same 450 Allen Jerotne Sauna 225 Awtry Marlon Sam r 225 AUonNcut1Samo 675 Awtry Sylvester lama 376 Acton Romney Same 376 Austin T P same 3Qf Acton Mark Same 300 Austin Jtm santo 900 AShley Hardin Santo 300 Ashley Morgan Same 1iO Allen S V Same 225 AsbloyH D Eamo 00- AsklnB A F same 226 AShley Oscar same 300 Barnard Monnie to 5000 cu yds earth on levee 25000- ct Beaver Dam Deposit Dank bal in full ot note of 5000 made 1010 1908 25090- Iiarras31 Dorthy Tom and NIch- olas mt on notes Amts5 000 for l yr to Oct 09 35000 Darnard M D selvtces as 6000Iplacing 104 Joada rock on- t plko 11070 Dllbro J A CoElec Comr 2000 Barr Geo E brldgo lumber 1600- Black Frank burying pauper 5QO Barn tt C M Expenses Baird VS Olio County 2330 Brown J L Comr Cowls Creek brIdge 600 Brown J M arbttrator E P Moseley vs Ohio Co 100 Baldwin W M team on road 760 Dean D F same 675 Bennett E P samo 225 Darnard M Bsame 976 Bennett S E same 150 Bratober Robert H same 300 BroWn Robert saine 225 Bungor Leonard same 160- R Bennett L F samo 300 Black Freak same 300- I Black Frank same 300- r Darnard E P same 975 Baize R L aamo 460 Baize Walton samo 160 Baize MathllLS same 675 Baize Rufus same 300 Baize W W same j 4GO Bryant A same 309- Barnard R t same 150- t JBalze Mark same 1350- Byem Wayne same 225 Dozarth Ira sarno 100 Doswell Thomas samo 625 Baker Tlee same 600 Burch H D same 450 Dratcher T V eamo 1050 Babbitt Joslo same 450 Dean Dresden same 450 Bean Caleb rome 450 Baker Viii same 150 Baker Tlce same 300 lger J T same 450 nunger J T same 460- Doswell C F name 160- Bellamy Sherman same 6t1- 1Boarman Janice tsamo 150 Bellamy W D sarno 600 Beedle Henry same 150 DeUA T same 600 Barr Herman Samo 150 Barr Ceo E lumber and work 011 bridge c GOO Bartlett L H team on road 5LO BaIrd II A same 300 Bartlett L T Samo 150 Boyd lIerman same 300 1l DldweU F D same 150 4DMwell F D sumo 300 Bennett Joe SO samo 1GO Bennett Joo 5a 975 Bennett Joe S lama 675 Bidwell F DIsnme 0 150 Bennett S TcoI same 675 1Drateher H san10 300 Ball H D same 150 Drown Ed snore 300 Drown H J same 225 Bennett E I col same 675 DarnardJ Tsamo 450 BArnes S S same 375 Drown 0 P name G75 Drown C H same LfiO Bell John same 1650 Bennett H R ammo 160 Drown M E Sarno 460 Brown E E same 226 Bowls J W samoa s 600- Bndwn W Msamor 225 Drown W M same 300 Biggs Gee cQI same 150 S Baixe Floyd sage 52s Brown L H fame 4 G711 Carter Dr J L eert3rea Jnqueat Ethel Kissinger z 500 Canon Co MdEe for Jail 660 CoOper Co teams tDA ms- ar Houso t 300 Chamberlin B S per diem 1500 1C1Yqman Luther team oi road 750 Ores same e3tiQJllb H M setaet J Cartc1 Ae 1751 NA e I crzD 4 v t k aa rsfTIPi4SQme 650- Cbici T IIsaJDer 87- 6j e 1 160 CcCpcrP1akm3 f 0 160 Clover Ed dmi 1 1 150 Cheek WUI same v 450 ChrIstIan Ike ajie 626- Chrlstfap O J same 600 Crumes Cl1arUe same io 485 Crumes George same 486 Clark T P same 300 Crowder it C same 750 Crowder IL CIsme 600 Crowe J II same 376 Cummins Jamee same 150 Camp Norman same 300 Cummins W F tame 675 CruinM Wayne same 300 Camp N C same 75 Clirstlan Grtnvllle same 225 Christian Isatlc same 225 damp Norman name 375- drumes George same 225 Coy Orville same 1GO Coppage ole M same 160 Condor J Wsnme 225 Canary L C same G25 Carter Oharlle same 37G Carter James same 376 Coppage Richard same 300 Cook E F same 750 Cooper James A lain 150 Clark W A nuno 375 Combs G D same 460 Canary D H same 1350 Crowley A S Samo 460 Canary R D sarno 1960- Crovc W H limo GOO Carden 1dlbur same 450 Canary D H same 525 Carden A W same 450 Combs Guy same 0 900 Charlott I E same 300 Chamberlin Sherman same 160 Chancellor J W same 300 ChameIIcr J W same 150 Carter E JJsame 225 Carter E J Samo 225 Coffntnn W F same 750 Coffman H 0 same 7GO CUmmins Henry Same 150 Cummins John Same 22G Clark J M sarno 150 Chinn E M Same 160 Chinn E L Same 160 DeWitt Dr F D Inquest 500 Daniel Roy team oft road llm Daniel E 3f scraper 2 days 50 Daniel Will team on road 300 Davis N D same 1J00- Daugberty J S same 150 Daugherty W W same 300 DSU8herty M P same 450 Daugherty G W same JOO Duvall J W same 450 Douglas C D same 300 Daugherty J W same 225 Daugherty C E same 1fiO Daugherty W S same 600 DUff C P same GOO Duvall W H same 300 Davdson Sam same 460 Daffron J G same 22G DanIel Tom same 600 Dune n F M same 225 Daniel Elijah same 450 Daniel steve sarno 825 Daniel Ira same lliOO Duke James same 600 Dean W S bridge work 100 Davison Sam team on road 4GO- DuCtn F 101 famo 22G Duff R C work on graders 500 Deaycr Rooolt team on road 300 Duncan Philo same 375 Dalton II L same 1200 DoWese Late same GOO DeDrulcr G N same 410 Dickens VlS same 300 Dickens Sylvester same 300 Duncan Edgar same 310 Decker Jumes same 225 I1nlel E M scraper 19 Edge W R IC diem 1500 Ems Sam team on road 300 Embry M J same 225 Embry Pestal same 600 Embry W T eamo 375- mbry J IL tame GOO Enibry Jafe same r 450- Eisler Edward same 450 Jdgo Ansel rime 450 Edge Lon same 150 Evans D L tame 300 Evans C D same 150 Evans Felix nano 825- Eskrldge Horace same 900 Emberton J D same 375- 19arley G W same 460 Edge Jolla W same 676 Edge George came 225 Everley Oltce same 300 Eudaloy R Esame 250 Evcrly R D sarno 750 Evans Orville same 825 Flenor W 11sorvlces as jaller 37086- Fgstcr lU1a work on court house 2780 Felix Bernaid team on road lGO Felix J Ro work on court housoyard to 1050 French W J team on toad 150 Frame James same 37G Frame Jame same 375 Ford Jesse same t 300 Foreman Clarence I7 sumo d r fO50 Foreman John same 375 Faught M J same q i 700- Foroman J W same 450 Ferguson V nsame 225 Fuqua R D sarno 900 1dludt D jsa or 7150- Farancr CosamG AI J GOOF no D5LZt+ 0 r t l oo- Flltit Cr 1 Of 37q r- Y1 W Oth rsMtlsfM ke Good by J nlo1 The prbprietora of thipat desire to place it upon a cash basis by the 11rat of January 1910 We have beau carrying many sabscrlberat- orr years ml1out any pay what ver for their aubscriptlons Noother bUsiness entorprlso would do this and It LB not right that we should long er continue this policy It bas grown to be a custom qf country newspapers to continue sending tho publication to subscribers until 1t Is ordenod stoPPed or amount delinquent Is paid and subscribers to this class of papers have grown to expect this kInd ot treatment Formerly it did not cost so much to publish n country newspaper but now wIth the increase In waged and cost ot Paper and all the materials which enter Into the make up of a modern newspaper the loss to the publication of only n limited number of deLinquent subscriptions tAkes away nil the profit which should bo earned by those who make the Investment and furnish the bard work ncccspry to sustain a country newspaper Desldes the postofflce regulatlons now Prohibit sendlng or this class ot mall to persons who are as much CIS one yen In arrears Wo do not expect to make this change without giving through notice to our readers and thcso Qf our subscribers who receive the paper through the iestoffices of Arnold Echolds Rockport Morgantown and all caller poswCficeJ can learn by the label on theIr papers and If shown In arrears will take notice that after Jan 10 1910 unless renewed by the payment Of arrears and one year In ad vance they will be discontinued THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN French L D same 460 French V T same 30t Faught M F same 1GOI FaugM M F same Graham John MI per diem 1600 Griffin W T same 450 Griffin W T same 600 Gray Alien same 225 Glenn Andrew same 150I Geary D C same 150 Grant Lafe same 300 Grant Late same 450 Graham John M same 300 Graham A F same 300 Graham A F same 1GO Graham A F same 300 Graham V J same 5251 Graham W J same 300 Grant Sydney same 225 900iGroorGreer J R same 825 Greer D C same 150 GTeer V T same 675 Godley James same 501- Hartford Stone end Construction Co rock on Beaver Dam pike 25500 IInrtford Republican printingIballots c 12695 Iiazelrig J P team on road 4GO Hagerman J Y same 450- litres R T same 3i5 Hines R T same 300 Rocker Joe C same GOO Hodges John T same 460 Hatler Joe same 4GO Hatter V 111 same 225 Howard James same 900 HaUer J 31 same 450 Hines Thomas same GOO Hines T H same G75- HaUer J M sanie 225 Hamnlons 1 r liamo 825 Hoover J T same 4GO- Haskins M r same 450 IHasklns M POIume 450 Hoover Charlie eamo 300 Hardin V D same 300 Harrison Tlnonias same 900 Hunt J L same 1 400- Holton J If same 675 Harder T A same 600 Huff M G same 1100 HaIl Ira saute 450 Helm W A same 175 Haynes J II same 450 Hale Jack same 900 Harder Roy same 1050 Hari Vdllle sane 900 Harl Willis same 900 Huff C I stme 600 Hunt A sanno 1i0 Hoover J T sumo 785 HInton HllI same 22i Hoagland W P canto 975 Hoover HIIIdln same 976- Hoasund J T santo IOO Hudson C D Samo U0 Howard Allen Same 150 Hoover Leslle samo 300 Hoover L C snnuo 625 Hoover 11 F same lfiO Hawkins Lee same 150 Rocker Scioto same 300 Rocker Johan r same 300 Harden W ML eamo 1l4G Harrel Charlie same 300 Hill J C same 300 Hateher T M same 300 Bill H E same 300 Hoops J Asame 150 Hamilton R L same 300 HockerJoo same 150 Hammons L T same 1200 Igleheart J H same 300 Johnson J D building bridge 700 Johnson Dave team un road G25 James J S same 450 James S M same 300 Johnson R W same 85 Johnston J D same 450 Johnston Thomas same 450 Johnston Jr Thos F same 75 Johnson James same 600- James IL T same 150 James G P same 600 Johnson Enos same 300 ohnsOtt J A same 150 James L HtLam i 160 Jackson FE same 150 Johnson WE same 690 Johnson Dave same- Ky 2ii Childrens Home Society up- propriations 5000 Kelley AdPlumber r 5925 kIng R = i on Clooltr in coiirthalt 150- K1Dg John work on jai 1 7 CiO A x- n Kissinger John team on road 225 Kissinger Ezra same 300 Keoun J V same 301 Kissinger James same 300 Keith W II namo 750 King S L same 300 King John same 225 King John tame 150 King Wilbert same 300 Kimhley C C same i5 King J A same 1500 Kuykendoll J IL same 4GO Kimmel D W rame 600 Kimmel I A same GOO KtmmeI L A same 300 Kitchens Haskel same 300 Kitchens I1lU1kel same 225 Lyons James Mdse for county 1S5- Lauterwasser Robt team on road 225 Lawrence Albert same 1GO Leach John M Mr ur Mrs team on road 150 Leech D C same 375 Lewis L M same 450 Lewis L M hauling salts 310 Logsdon J V team ou road 450 Leicb C lo same 225 Liles RI same 300- Liles Robert same 300 Lee S A same 225 Leo Owen same 150 Lee R E came 300 Loyd T 1 same 300 Loyd T I same 450 fanhm C C same 750 Liles W e same 150 Lake C P same 1050 Lindley Nat sane 150- Lindley U A same GGO Lewis Lee same 150 J E Bridge Comr 1200 Maddox J E Dalon bridge near Rockport 1y 3750- Moseley E P col road bed turd dirt for levee 12000 Martin Vince pauper coffin 700- Magan J F lumber 3321 Midkiff S L levee on Hartford und Dells Run raid 7500 Morton Lora reporting for Couttth vs Lige Crow S756 Martin 11 D services as sheriff 35231 Miller W 1 per diem 1500- Miles Jn same IiiOO Miles J 11 team on uud GOO Moseley R T same IGO Moore J L wine 300 Montgomery J Y same 300 Maddox V P same 150 Morgan q L same 450- Moxley P A same 150 Martin E V same 300 Mitchell J Ellis Fame 161- Magtu J CSI1I11 150- Maiden V J sumo 300 Maiden V J same 150 MaidentW J lamu 3OU Monroe IllIttm sane toO Magait 91leIal1lo 675- Miller J E same toGOO Maguit J C Naar Ilil Miller jI same 300- Miller Thomas SsamQ GOO Miller H R same 300 Miller Jahn H saute 450 Miller J IL same ii25 Morris Granville same 450 Morris Granville 8111119 450 Martin CInch lams 225 Martin Jt1moo W same 525- 3lintum HIIItlln canto 1jO- Mlntvn Henry same 200 Martin Crit same 545 Miller W N same IGO Miller Fred same 300 Moore D n same 450 Moore DH same 600 Moore J M same 460 Martin J 111 same 675 Miller Hiram same 7GO Morris E same 150- forrla W D same 45- 0MartdnR D election cou 2000 Moore Energy warn on road 300 Mo1lI 111 an E S making levee near Rockport 45360- McConnel A T team on road 450- McQun4 Sam same 750 lIcQua Sam same 750- McCdnnNel Will same 600 M John same 300 rcSherfClarence same 150 Nelson J H immo 600 Neigh rs Sylvester same 825 Nnrr Irn110l 300 Nanola Inn y im2 160- 1cRtov W F same 1 300 I 1 I I 1tr I 4 4 y trrs I Nevitt JOi te681e 300 Neal Andy same 1CiO Nail J i1 i 800 NaIl JNe 600 NaIl J m same 900 Ohio CoJst1 Supply Co Mdse for county 1790 Owen V p lumber 197G Ogles ySaD1 team da road 376 Odell J V same 300 Odell 11 J same 750 Owen i A swine 300 Parton FrG same 450 Patton J VSame 3i5 Patton T GJmo 300 Paon jJ W Game 300 PatteII J Ytsme 300 Phllllls Jobn4R scraper 50 Pierceteam on road 300 Phlqlr Marlon store 300- Phlegl y Marion same 300 Pheglly Marionsame 1GO Park I T same 1050 Park I 4slime 1GO rPtame 15- 0PortenSivesger lime 160 P n k C C Same 225- Pr 1 Ibis Vmt same 3U P4on Yli eamo 750 Per LEslme 900 Pollardlnntsame 600 Parks W H1same iIiO Patall E1L same 300 Porter rt 1 came 150 Patton Clarence same 750 Patton Geo same 225 Parks Joe same 300 Porter JL name 150 Parks W Q same 160 QulscnberrY Ii W scraper 75- Reafrow 1 1rk Int on note 6000 RenderS H per diem 1600 Richardson J H team on road 3i5 Reid D D same 450 Reid WH same 225 Reid William H same 75 Roach Wayne same 225 Royal T L same 300 Raley EStil same 300 RaffertySam same 225 Raley T Lo same 300 RenfluwJ C same 1200 Reardon Tom same 4GO Renfrow W H same 150 Renfrow Romney same 225 Renfrow J 0 same 450 Renfrow Claude same 150 Royal W W same 300 Royal C E same 750 Richards W C SOUD1 900 Roberts Frank same 900 Royal F 1 samoe 300 Ralph C H same 675 Riley M C same 600 Renfrow Ed same 300 Rowe G W same 3i6 Riggs Virgil same 600 Rhoads E E same 150 Rowe Chester same 450- RoweCbestcr same 200 Rains L same 85 Stevens W N pike Comr i500 Sharp J T for levee 3lillers- MIIISand Hartford road 3000 SlIIlIhoC E Ex Baird vs Ohio county 1950 SchroAer Co Mhe for Alms lIouse S20- Snderur Joe team om road irO Smith Sherman fame 225 Stevens V N same 25 SmiI J T same 225- Sandefur Virgil same 375- Smith V T scraper 05 Smith Sherman tWant UII road 151 Schroader George same 1050 Stevens L M s4une 975 Smith J D same 12ji ShuttN stuae 150 Sullener D F seine irO St Clair Wallllce sonic UjO Stewart JH tlImo 225 Stewart Jil fame 450 Simpson Gilbert 750- Sandefur A E sstine 300 Shields Warren same 2225 Stratton W D same 1060 St Clair Wallace came 450 St Clair Water same UiO St Clair Wallace tulle 450 Smlihv F same HO- OsmithVm scraper 50- Stcwatt JW tenor Oil road 675 Stevens J Walt ILmU 150 Stevens W H same i O- StClo1rJ D sane 375 Sevens Ab same 75- Smltli tJ J C sane Slack Amos same i50 smItH J A same 300 SmlrhC M same 1050- Svope John R same 600- Shreve Robert same 900- Salp J 11 same 150- Snuett J F wane 800- SmiiiI W F same 11 Smiley J W fame 300- Sm11ey J W same 3110 Shown Horea same 3iii Shown Hosea same 376- Smitb iJobnsal11e 100 Sharp D 1 same 10 Sharp Gilbert canto 16 Stevens R D aamo 450 Stevens 1V R same a7 5 I Stovensw R same 300 Shown lenry G21i SIi23V Will Samo 1iO I 0oSteermiinJSteartnpu JM same 225 St Iefsame 100 ShrfJ1P hauling IOO- SQu l1lJlmes leant on road 225 S TIL tame 300 ffP Same 450 shlru 4 A t r 3 jj I Shultz R L same n 225 Shull W D same 60- Tinsley W S per diem 151 Taylor lion W D oxpeuees to Louisville CA Chinn lUt- Thlor Coal Co Mdse furnisked pauper J 095 Taylor Jr R T medicine for pauper 10GO Taul C D lumber 722J Taylor IL L Arbitrator 400 Tlndey E E team on road 1GO Tatum T H same 900 Tucker Rowan same t00- Tinsley Henry ttuno 900- Tlcllonor Worth eamo 150 Taylor Horace L same 450 Taylor henry sane IIiO Taylor W D same 975 Taylor n Lee sumo 1725- Talloy J 1V sumo 225 Thomas J V mme IOt Thomas C C name IGO Taylor Ozo Same 22i Taylor Flem Sano 20 Taut Clarence Same GOO Tau W A Same 750 Taylor S T Same 825 Taylor Tom Same 319- Tichenor lIarlanI Same 150- Tinsley O R Sallie 750 Trogden C W Work onbridgo 100 Trogdon L L Team on road 509- Tichenor Willie Same 300 Tichenor Willie Same 300 TJchenor Doward Same 300 Taylor Watt Same 300 Taylor T II Same 300 Taylor L C Same 1GO Tichenor W P Same GOt TJchenor Everitt Same 4G- OTlcbenor Cyrus Same 300 Tlnsley J E Same 375 Taylor N M Same 7W Taylor Q II Sane JGO Taylor H L Same Goo Taylor R V Same 300 Vance Robert Same 22S Vance R L Same 4GO Williams J IL Per diem 150Q Weller Jake Road bed 10000 White G W Comth vs Shef field iiOO Wallace C D Lumber work 1770 Woodward Nellie Reporting for Comth J505 Williams J R Team on road 7GO Wallace W C Same 525 Ward Robert Same 4W Ward Manuel Same 150 Westerfield Blaine Same 110 Wallace Alford Same 300 Wilson H A Same 4GO Wallace Alford Saran 300- Vhlte O S Same 225 Wallace Wyloy same IGO Wallace C F same 600 Wright 1 T same 150 Wallace C D same 300- Vil on Ernest same 975 Wilma C R came S5 Wilson Ansel same GOO WrIght Logan same lfiO Wilson Calvin same 67E Wright John IL same 304 White X D same 450 Weller S J same 900 Wedding James T saute 150- Westerfleld A E same 225 Willis O P same 100- Vhiteltousc Alec lfill Wedding James W same 1100 White C W same 825 Wilson A E same 300 Wilson Claroueo same 75- allace V Coosamo 109 Wilson Jack sumo 900 600IVhteWhltdOuS Orvdllc saute 10- WStlJrfltld Mlell 1 some 150- Viggingon Simon same 300- Viggingnn Simon runo 150- Veaterficitl J IL taupe 100 Vrigh D V sumo Ir 2i- WllinstQII 1 canto U- VestcrtichlI C F same 875- Vade Cicero stone 750- Vhite J R sumo 101- Ward Pcndlltou flllllO 151- 1ard 1 M 1 same BUI- IVusterfleld 11 I auto 1M uIltHflo1r1 Dudley same 300- nbbW MIs Thoml1s same 150 111 lams R 0 same 375- olcott Lowls slime JOO- I Warden C lee same 604- Wllllams E H same 150- Wf1l1ams Layton sonic 150 Wilson If N sane 450 Williams R 0 same 300- Yolecr A C election Comr 20011 Yates Tompte team on road 150 STATE Ot KWNTUC1 Y County ot Ohio It- I W S Tlnlley Clerk Ohio Coun tyC ourt do certify that the fore going Is a true mid complete list of claims allowed nt the regular No somber teen of the the Ohio County Jolscnl Court Given under toy Illlnd this Dece- m0her 18th 1909 W S TiNSLEY Clerk fly C O IlUNrlm D C Chllcirorr cry FOR FLETC- HERScASToRIAt For Sale 27acre Jn1m 1 mile East ot Rcn- tier Stb miles Weft of Beaver Dam good two toI dretling and out build lIngs Apply to J W CARTER Ala- tanzas ny 1t- 4r 1 jt r + t J 1 t 1 Ii Ia I t I tc c I 7 rtlnt I J f j 01 I f t t t1i NOTIcE mEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS 4- Y il 1 14j 7 F l 1 rf- y t- dG y 0vri S i All subscribers indebted to this company for over onemonth I must arrange to settle same by January 10 1910or service will be discontinued andtlie taccount placed with our attorney for collection In file future all bills must iiasettled by the 15thof the monthand no deviation will be allowed from this rule We appreciate very much the busi T ness of our patrons and trust notycciasion may arise that will necessitate our having too enforce the alove but we can ournotAstr- ongPA t t I J d 07 J1 B ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONE COI M l INCORPORATED 999999999 9999 999b 9id 99Ci9699 9i SSSSSSSS SSSSS 999996 9999996k S 99 9999 Hartford Republican Entered according to law at the Poetom- frerttord Ky M melt matter of the ecoD- ddaaI C M BARNETT EDITOR orzzpnorss- Qublanc40IIoU- Chasvi12FRIDAY JANUARY 7 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 be held March 12 1910 It is a dangerous thing to bend n good resolution to the breakin point What has become of the one colored man who used to figure In the arllc pictures Gifford Plnelmt doesnt have to name names He might justsay John Doe of the cabinet Uavlng at last dlIIOBd uf Dr Cook there is that man Huskell of Oakla- 1om1 still un our hands- Tho career of Castro seems noth ing of It success to that of Zelaya Jug of a success to that or Zelay t prince Albert of IIIglum probably regards the operation upon King IlOpoldus having been successfu- lWllethee 1r Cookdiscovered the North Pole or not It will be conced- 4d that he was agreeable nrsonaliy Was It ncIJlncltluec6 that prclIl- idellt decided what is whskey on the three llOlilIf till good resolution casou Mr Draris South American tout u iII ho a vain search If ho goes look- Ing for countries Oil the silver basis and sutisfied with ther contents It Mr Peary Is patronlztugt- lIe Clipping bureau doubtless hr will noUco that hI is lx reply l1dvl- lld also to toll It to Copenhagen It MrRunsevnlt 1i ever elected president again hu will fInd his old friend Urownsvlle puzzle still un solved and ready with his Welcome smlleCol NnU10nD tats been selected ta editor of the Farmers Hom Jo rna Colonel Nnll was for many years con nected with the samo Journal RJ1d Is knowp all over Kentucky as nn able tgniributer to agricultural publica tlons He Is a native of Ohio county but has been a sldent ot loulsvJ1l- eior + great many years- ho Ill1nlvortLry edition or the Lou 1tvUI Times was the largust paper- aver issued In Kentucky and was a very creditable demonstration of the Growth of that great Journal The addition contains many items of In thrOpet The Loufevlha Herald which son t1IDe ago lowered the price to onocent- W citizens of Loutsvtlle Jefferson wJjh and Now Albany has just a et cedpree- aced that the reduction will be sewsF ular paper throughtout Kentucky The Herald under Its present management Is destined to become l powerful In flunece in the future We can hardly bellevo that the great governent at Washington isto undertake to prosecute the Durley To- boceo Association or any other Fanm ers organization under the Sherman AntiTrust law as has been Intimated In dispatches recently The Sherman AntiTrust law was enacted for the purpose of protecting the producers and other laborerS IIgalllSt combination or capital and not for the purpose of i punishing helpless farmers whose only means of protecting their own Interest is tile union of their forces IUIII which Is the most difficult to bmdng about of all the orguIzations which has ever existed in our country AreIV men with millions oLdollars can so man Itnpuhttetlao amount of ctltalllS to bring about a hardship for thousands fogtholnancLI of producers ao com wJllIanyone The anent exposure or the cols management or the ChlldrllIs O lIhtn Hume Society uf Kentucky has opened the oyes of people nil over the State with reference to this 1ICuUlr Innf tutlon Various County FI cal Courts I churches Sunday Schools and fadividr teals have contributed thoulnds UU thousands or dollars for this concern nh st or them under the idea chat it factithome for orphan children scattered about over the Sate The intltutiun- hi neVer out Il great amlotult of money on any child us they do not keep then often more than ten or haJIno doubt been done by thLL siciety In finding homos fur destitute helples orphan win would otherwise have suffered hut the Stato pays 30000 a- year It UI1 nmply sufflcieut under On lConulDlc admlnIHtrtIulI It developed however recently upon an exam MrThatcherthattlmolreatItlent Iand lumd overdrawn Ills salary I OO timid tlmt 1600 hail been spent during JoIankIue sin a lar61sumturnllhIIngsuadu the Representatives to spend more money Besides several or the agents or subagents who run around over hto State begging money and lddnpping children were found to be short in their accounts This is II pretty kettle or fishund should at once call attentinn or the tux payers of the State sharply to this hstdttitlon which ns II gnt many people think sometimes tom mlts wrong enough In robbing parenllJ of their children to more than ofset the good U dons r City Council Organized The new Clty Council mot nt the office of WUwP Crowo TUesday afternoon and organized fiy tluloctlns the following officers City Clerk R Collins Clly Treasurer S K Cox Clt3 Attorn7G D Likens CU- ylfnr5hallS1m Rltey The Council will meet hereafter the first Thursday night do each month at the law of- Uee of tW1isoa C rowe t r JIM PARRISHS CHRISTMAS TREE In the HawesvUle Jail was Laden With Many Hand some Presents Hawesvl11e Ky Jan 1ITh1 week of the Christmas holidays has passed arid It Is doubtful if any habi- tutton in this little city has shown more evidences of real Joy and the visitation of Santa Clues than the prIson cell ot tho exhanker Jas H Parrltih In ono part Of It is a verdant Christmas tree Wmfeh was laden with many pretty and substantial gifts sent by frIends of the sentenced banker There were pretty things of tist l and the eyes of the frenzied financier glistened with almost childish joy a9 he helped hIs Adopted son Philip Haleto decorate the tree with the pretty things Mrs Parrish was aJso Present and she contrIbuted her mite Ito tho pleasantries of the day Mossagea as well flS gifts wcro- reeelved In another part of the prison room Js considerable collection of hooks shoWing a good yarloty of lightness I and solidity These surroundings end the buoyant opUmIstlc religIous philosophy of Mr Parrish or other causesbavo done much for him p1W- sically and mentally even In the face of the tact that he may have between him and a long Imprisonment In the State penitentiary but a few days lie certainly remains cheerful maatcr1cdThe attorneys of Mr Parrish have until Jan 9 In which to lie their motion before the court of appeals it Is probable that the court will at once at a day for an rat hearing on the motion and then there may lie other days b foro n decision will be rendered jailhirethat ho will at least rowel out It ear g Nice School Entertainment irhe following Is the beautiful entertainment planned for the close of- old No 19 School December 23rd An lnpreSlve talk by the teachre Mr Ellis Sandeftu Schooldays sung by children ASplendld WordGladys Fulkcr son tChrlstrnas TroubleEftlo Fulkerson The Dest Clause 1cssle Graham Dialogue = Effie Fuikerson Meek Johnston Ilessle Oruham and Frank RobhIson rtMualC + Father Tie GiftEdith Ft kerso- ncHanglpg Up the Stocking9Dlplo- Fulko t Bells Across the SnowAudrey Sbaver uaIc fpi IOgu C All Sortlt of Children Jffle Dlple Edith Gladys Fulker t- ChristmudGreetingsLlzzie son t K Chinn- Cbratmda4SexretI1arvey RObhIBOJ- iFrdsVJJi to f B 8n uLicy RObejt DSaI s Spider and the 1t 4 ic Edith and Gladys Fulker80n If I were a WomanLizzie Chinn GIvIng and GilttIngNovla Ross Better to Give than to GetMarvin RossiMusic Dialogue Most Noted MenHarold Johnston Corbet Sothard Chester Fulton Preston Southard Frank Roblns Leslie Bowen Little Robin Red BreastHomer Fulkerson Drummer Boy of ShilohRuth Gra ham The News oysLennle Fulkerson Music Dialogue The Favorite Month Maggie Tomerlln Novlll Ross Maggie Hunter Edith Fulkerson Rosa Bowen Oggle White Opal Fulkerson Ester Fulton Mock Johnson Jessie Gra ham Anna Dowon and Dimple Ertle und Gladys Fulkerson- Music The Merry ChrlstmasNovla Ross FulkerleonILlttlo DrummerMllggle Tomolin Dialogue Almost nn Elopement Allis Van Meter Shelllo Southard Luther Gray NOlll Hunter Selling tho FarmEdna Ross Dialogue The Girls DebatoEula Rowe Nellie Johnson Clarls Chinn Maude Fulkerson Ethel Robertson an Lennie Fulkerson Music DIalogue The Freightened Beau Edna Ross Daulpltis Hunter Eula Rowe Ruth IWoortBonEllIs Sandefur and Robert RossIMusic DIalogue Mlschevlous Negro Len nie Fulkerson Nonf Hunter Ellis sandefur Mary Johnston Daulphln Hunter and Aron Ross Treat Musk twenty five pounds or candy one stalk of bananas nine dozen oranges This Is Mr Sanllefurs second school nt No 19 and wo hope to get him the third for he has certainly given en tire satisfaction A Pupil PALO Uncle John Wlmsatt Is on the sick list There was n pound supper given at Mr Almon DukeS last Saturday which was well attended Miss Rosa und Fannie Berry return od frromTaffy where they have been the guests of Mrs Rufus Bartlett for a few days Mrs Nora Wimsatt or Hartford Is vstng trends In this nelgrborhood Miss Anna LauraDodson and MiSs Della Willis spent the holidays at the Nnrrrows Miss Gortlo King and sister Rolda spent the 4ay with Mss Ron Rukseli last Tuesday Mr BuCk Flener and family spent the holidays with Mr Jim Smith and family near here Mr KIt Berry of Owensboro came home last Saturday returnh g Mon day Mr Claud Whlt who got hurt by a load of cross tIes a few days age Is able to beoutagaln- Mr Toni Snilth filled his regular appointment at Tit Buck Fleners last Sunday Ladies Take Notice We can clean and presoyour coat suits skirts jatilcete cloaks orwraps- also clean your kldgloves dadmuftsr t raisonablei ljc I 4- t ch4 Report of the Condition oF THE OHIO COUNTY BANK County ot Ohio State of Kentucky alUM Clone of IIusi neSS on the 28th Day of December 1909- RESOURCES Loans and DIscounts wIth one or more Endorsers nit Security to t3tmOot Real Estato Mortgages 87300 Other Stocks Bonds Etce 3Oi03Y Duo from National Bunks 244296 Due from State flanks find Bankers to to 12920 United States nail National Dank Notes 9100- Spe910to 501033 Chocks apd other Cash Items 61267 Overdrafts secured 170467 Overdrafts unsecured 64545 Currel t s altl 103991 Real EstateBanking house 500000 Other Real Estate 286821 Furniture and Fixtures iOOOOI Debts In Suit Total C807468 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In Cash lGOOOOO Surplus Fund 50000 Undivided Profits 36064 Deposits subject to Check on which Interest is not paId 508858 Time Certificates of Deposits on which Interest Is 4712546paid to Total 6807468 State of Kentucky County of Ohio ss- I S K Cox President of the above named Dank do solemnly RWCJr that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belle- S K COX President Subscribed find sworn tQ before me this 6th day ur January 1910 JNO T MOOUE Notary Public My Commission expiresFeb c 1910 K EDIRKHEAD HENRY NALL S K COX DIrectors Quarterly report oF THE BANK OFFONDSYitLE Doing bualnees at ForJsvtlle County of Ohio StLto of Kentucky at the close ot business on the 28th day of Dec 1909 RESOURCES Loans and DIscounts With Oil or lnoreendorsersaasurety 4492066 Real Estats Mortgaged 1652854 Time roans on Collateral 672239 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 9G4QQO Waited States and Natloaal Bank Notes and Speele 968956 Checks and other cash Items 2G843 Overdrafts secured 148606 159102CurrentReal E tauD kHouso 70000 OtherReal EstAte 279669 Furniture and Fixtures 180269 1ll Op86298 hTABILITi13- t j I 1I tar Stock + paid J 1I lr- CMIi o 1 10000 l Ir fVt 4 iurplus Funds 74942 Undivided Profits 44248 deposits subject to cheek on which Interest is not paid 1666298 Deposits subject to chock on which ntereStis paid 563913 Time Certificates of Deposits 4374035 Duo National Banks 299218 Due state Banks and Bankers 100000 Chashlers Checks outstanding 7660 Bills Payable 1046D00 Tom 9586290 sTATE OF KENTUCKY County of OhIo Set I J T Smith President of the above named Dank do solemnly swear that the above statement In true to the best or my kngwltaigeund be lief J T SMITH JR President Subscribed and sworn to before mQ this 6th day ofJan1910- J T SmTH JR N P O C My COh1lIhMbh expires January 15 1910 W A JEII1Jsnm J T SMITH ifDlreclorlf Quarterly Report QFTIIE BANK OF HARTFORD Doing business at Hartford County ot Ohio State or Kentucky at the close ot business on the 28th day ot Dec1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or morc endorsers assurety 9500842- Real Estate Mortgages 588278i Time Loans on Collateral 237890 Duo from Nation al Banks 38Ul36 Duo from State Banks and Bankers 14910 383004C United States and Natl Dank Notes 614100 Specie 994876 Checks and other cash items 66728 1665744 7jOverdrurtacured 4CurrntReal E5tlteDnklng House 300001- Furnituro and FIxtures 100000 Total 24Q6640LIABIITIES i iinSutplu Fupdlt 800000 Undivided Profits 676191tDeposits 0pbjtct bo JftorestJ Time Certificates ot Deposits 011 which rtpaid 157621itSTATE OF K NTUCKY J SetI of the lemnlyswearthati andhotSubstfl d and sworn tobforIj n this 5th day of Jan 1910 J i f JNO B WILSON N P OJ 4 taMy Comtssioq e plresrnui tt301910 p3o 1 i 1 rdOHNhCTH03fA8 nOWANHOltBROOK 1imI1i1 DlieattarN J r is y- wet1 1 of 1 v 1 dP ii 4- iJF 41A I 1 OvercoatsJ jJ v The backward season has left on our hands toomanyOvercoats SOMEBODY must wear them and WEAR THEM CHEAP So we are going to unload them AT SOME PRICE Here is o propositionFor days ONETHIRD OFF IfM all OVERCOATS and WINTER SUIT Come take your pick Take the thi I S 4 off and the goods are yours tB H Gass t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 7 I IlllnolsCentral Railroad Time TableIAt Beavor Dam KVIifortu Hound Nonlh Ilonnd Nols2 due 615 a m No 121 dae1155 a m- H61 lu W20pm NoUII dUll 2Mp m Bo J03 due 143 pm No 181 cUfSOS p m NOw Commercial Hotel i Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything flrstclaes The best of fare served right Tho comfort and welfare of all guests especially look Rafter Special attention to traveling Men Rate 2 per day Special rate to regular boarders Your patron age solicited GEOM STEELE Proprietor t i t DrJ T Hardfn Dr H Jnen Hardin Bell J 1DeitsisI 4 OtfIupetatrglnRepublican build z Jar Hartford Ky We employ all the latestmethods In Denllstry A11 work dohtodayf teed without plate 1 we do painless extracting either I MIttJocalor general aaNthetIc j relBvUb you to give ua atria as a ift ed patient Is our beet save- rtbera All wdrkVguaraitiftCvCom euttafioA ndexa l3reekfhon i oi 1 Ry1r1 e f Ar r 1- t1 r j i fSl 1 liO 4 11 t I Bring your Furs to U S CarsonI I Economy Smiles at our prices Carson Co LcWeyou Carson Co The price on every garment tells a saving story Carson Co We have the right Shoes at the P right prices Carson C Our clotthlnpf costs little looks of well and lasts long Carson Co ifIrenLWraps Is complete Visit uswe 1Carson Co for men youths or children see Carson Co M Now is tho time to buy Suits for In men boys and ladles See what we CcTat Mill two Cos Planing Mill Is paying cash for Eggs lilacs Furs Sheep Pelts of and all kinds of Poultry 4U ncr odIdlsscs Leono Maddox and Mary Belle Klngelty have gone to Ma lKrWIfretahotthand and typewriting Leave your Laundry at Cleve Jlers is grocery Work guaranteed had prompt delivery Agent for badlsonvl lie Steam Laundry Madlsonvlllo Ice 8 Laundry Company Incorporated f f B rickartlnI ilJlIreteUe Chrlstnns holidays wIth their par i theirsscc tIngDrdonferencfc at 2 p mAfullattend area ofofNelaMfe desired At 11 a- so Sunday afterpreachlng the sacraEdt meat of the Lords Supper Trill be administeredexteWhen hungry If you will drop Into the City Restaurant you will find se of before you without any long wait a taUtthorAlso nftiIi line confectioneries cigars and soft djlnka Arbuc kle Co cater to the beet trade and OO 61It rtS t A smile of satisfaction goes with every Suft sold by Larson co DERTYBPjlsf hodt YUJIdml utP1r called to see us Monday while In city air D B Bartlett R P D No E andronIf you want good t Qurlt a prlco you had bettor get busy Hartford Grocery Com a Mrs TLGrJftln and son Henry returned Monday after si ending Ohrtetmas week vlsllng relatives in DaavJess County Dr H LBell dentist of Iiar will bd at Cromwell tram Jan 10th until thai 15th in tho practice of his profcsloiv Office at hotel Nothing more refreshingIn weather than a hot drink For thing Ju this Unto callon Miss plo Nail at Griffins drug store Noah White tho grocer makes a specialty of tho best goods in line Sells cheap and delivers free in Hartford Give him your order for good things tp eat chargeIstand at drug store o f Z Wayne Griffin Bro and Is serving hot chocolate and a lot of good things Dont forgot to pat ronlzo her- Leave your laundry at Pates torum for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Ind The laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tf A E PATE Agent Ion G B Likens returned Frankfort yesterday whoro he att ndrled ed the opening of the Legislature He Is greatly encouraged in candidacy for the Democratic non nJthatper Secretary of StateI ofurthe for Amarlllo Tex to perform tho marriage ceremony for his brother Mr T uruutr who will uu wedded t boSno rdforpreaching tho third Sunday Constable Newt R Baize of Fe vllle tuna to Hartford Friday hllIlug In charge young Joe Early chergand ed with housebreaking and plslolI stealing Tho crime was comet nt the residence of DL Wlthum Fordsvllle the early part of November Young Early who Is only 15 years old confessed to tho Ho was taken before Judge Ta who made out nn order committing him to the Reform School at whore ho was taken last by Mr Otto Martin Among the Lodges Rough River Lodge No 110 held an Interesting session Tues Thothe members ono petltloa for ro Instutement was received and tndldato given the Page Rank The of the Board of Control was which showed good financial con of tho Board The new officers re Instllcd by District Deputy of Plrilc 5 Hartford Lodge No G7C F A started off wltth the new officers the various chairs Monday evening receiving one applicatIon for membership the and gave tho First Degree to and the Third Degree to one np pllcant The new officers took liold Of affairs in perfectly familiar matt of and the outlook for the lodge la uod tar the coming year 0 row Acme Lodge No 339 1 0 0 F havo work in thy Second Degree Friday night at their regular ber semimonthly meeting Every member urged to bo present The new otKlimes wll ulso be Installed at this wife meeting e District Deputy Grand Miiater U chc Likens and Past tread W R Hed duty tnsWlled the fcilloding orrICtrsby Fon1sY le Lodge No 630 at FordsMn on Saturday Jan 1 ance P Kissinger Noble Grand P Cooper Vice Grand J D Cooper as tnry J F Cooper Treasurer true B Smith Warden J E Wadetat hwlor Russell Walker Chaplain Wilson R S SE S Dunn 13 g which im Lltsey oat W S Gaines sone G G 0 Lanham R S VdIWpuJlIcanbradesire through hour columns nd a word of Rtornthe Court and others who reraem beredme cdtaUontheonoCJmany rlaralntiond 9rthls ilia a wara t myheert forRachasdevGryYo zio t a hI r J AreV 1- r e 2 t Oi1i of them and the little token which means BO much to one because of the manneri4 which It was given shall beJi Jcisake In commemoration of the h j iy event not only by myself theUptlGoteoCmyfattitlytvhoshall come m you all nud wishing you every hoiipluccs rrVery Truly fl s W D TAYLOR f lowNaming in ni ui ui aces seem to Indi inaThe Mullet In Gulf Waters The mullet has always attracted a goodly share of attention Ills fame Js boundariesttordfrom the Atlantic or the Pacific coast or from the shores of the Mediterra nean or tho Baltic he wants to see ex mulletwId that againstPopture It rests on an unsubstantial foun dation It cannot bear Investigation In11Isthan any flsli that Inhabits the waters of the gulf He is hero In summer and winter In fall and in spring blsrgea feeling of depression creeps over him the mullet always ready to Rive him d helping hand rustles loco his seine and contributes to his fortune and to the gastronomic pleasure of the thou shippaprosperity and In adversity ho Is al ways here In abundancePascagoular- onicleCh Helping Him Out evlfromas he approached a policeman on Broadway near Long Acre square Officer 1 know my name and nil sort or thins said he but 1 doIAdvertise said the bluecoat with a stony stare What aro you giving Kt eHonest continued the worried one herecrs address of a arding house on a slip of paper a gave me Went there engaged wentdaystrip of paper somehow and Ive for gotten the street and number Whatll- I doi SAdvertlsl repented tho bluccoat but less bluntly Then go to a hotel wait for nn answer Another way youthegratenearLifts Day theylorbeen variously estimated at 100000 000 to 200000000 years To tax our Powers of comprehension as little as possible Dr H Schmidt of Jena bus token the shortest estimate and lists tried to make understandable the five throughotthem with u day of twentyfour hours is Is the result Tho archeozolc pe tied 32000000 years Is represented UIeCnrlll hours 7 minutes mesozoic 11000000 years 2 hours 39 minutes cenozoic 3000000 years 4IJ minutes uuthropozolt 100000 years minutes If the lust period the ago mUll be compared In Its subdivi aloes by the same scale it Is found that the historic portion covers only seconds and 2 seconds are trill cleat for the Christian era It seems Incredible but the evidence Is roan vlnclug that this does not exaggerate time relations of our written tee qrds with the records of the rocks Resolutions Hartford Tent No 39 on tho death Sir Knight Alex Barnett Whereas Hartford Tent No 09 sorIT jr has learned with deep of the sad and sudden death on December 2Sth 3009 of our beloved 4 brother Alex Barnett n charter mem of this tent therefore bo it Resolved That Hartford Tent No99 0 T M extend ttf his beloved and relatives tho unanimous gym pathy and condolence of our member shlpthat we commend his courageous rtulues and steadfast devotion to as worthy objects of emulation his brothers In the lodge As a ho was regular in attend and constant in service always anxious to assist n worthy n husband he was tender andIas a citizen he was represen e of the best manhood of our county Realizing the deep despair his death brings to his loved at home and within this order would offer for their consolation for our gratification the consoling thought tint he met lifes duties asa man should and bore oft0gentleman be was Further That a copy of Uleito roc i of the county papers to Mecca ieo paper and to the widow brotherThls RILIYmej tERNEST WOODWARD 4 Comml tcer J I Jal aryResolutionsII Cloaks and Suits now on hands mus go On this we are resolved Theseprices should move them 1 Cloaks Former price 17 50 now 1 1 50 Former price 12 50 now 850 Former price 1 0 00 now 750 Suits 1750 Suits for 1200Thesegarments are the famous Bisrchof make and can 1 Plot be excelled by any maker and are t equalledby few They are new and uptodate styles and if you are in need of anything in this line it is certainly a saving that counts for something Ask us and depend o- nBarnardCo Hartford Ky rINAI 11 The New Store For Strictly I Tailored Clothes theIweII wear suits in many new weaves I allshades and stripes Those t IIover our means a great m Saving in cost to you f LADIES SHOESI rrl1e LltuLtn BRAND High Cl- assSHOE FOJ Quality andJForm Also an excellent line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of re= liable make in different grades and leathers We can save you money I jRosenblacttsTHE STORE THAT SATISFIES iJ 5 Fogle Building Opposite Court House HARTFORD KY iJJhf IM tf1 i I t a 4 stit7 THE EAGLES EYE A ierOn That i tit AgaIInstSa Too Brhllani Light Tke eagle that stares proudly atibe Isle balM been found to bono fig 1BeatGofttyadltlonM In a paper corn aualcated to the French PhysIcal soo- cfet7 has shown that the eagles eye tkae a special apparatus adapted to this teat though it seem probable that ho- Sa not the only bird with this useful possesalon The apparatus Is not however the nlctltating membrane whit all ot us bare perceived la looking even at tha barnyard fowl That Is a median lam desIgned merely to wipe the eye and to keep It clear ot dust M do Clmrdanuots discovery was made wl1l1o ho was studyIng the trnns- pnrency ot the central part ot the eyes or animals lIe had already noticed that the eyes or nIght bIrds such as owls were more transparent than any other for ultra vIolet rays and he had Vied to push the experiments further by ascertaIning whether they would be affected by ultra violet rays olono These experiments tailed because of tlc absence ot responsiveness on the part of the birds which did not up pear to manifest any sensation In passing from darkness to light whether this list was visible to human eyes or not 31 de Chardonnets failure led him to Inquire whether there was any organ or which ho was ignorant In the birds eye such as would lnterveue In Buch circumstances While dIssectlug a birds eye he was struck to find an organ to which French naturalists have given provl slonally the name of the pelgne or comb A better Idea or Its function would be obtained by calling It a para aol This organ Is forced or a very thin membrane blackopaque and situated In the eye where the optic nerve pent trates It rho structure of this memo brane Is such that the retina Is com pletely masked when the parasol Is open It Is reasonable to suppose that the parasol Is therefore a screen to protect the eye against a too brilliant light whether the Ught Is visible In tile ordinary sense or whether It con alst ot ultra violet rays FINLAND SUMMERS Effot of the Famous White Nights Upon Vegetation The famous white nights ot the north are a most surprising phenome non to the visitor from southern climes It Is a weird experience declares A H Scott In Through Fluland to sit tor the first time upon a veranda midnight and read a newspaper or atI walk home from a restaurant at oclock In the morning and to see itco pie still gossiping at tho street corners or strolling along the Iromeuades un der n bright clear sky A spirit ot rest and peace Is over all the earth The sky Is brIght not with the fiery brilliancy of noun but with A tender gentle radiance The colors of the landscape hUe become softened but not blended There are rlo shad ows save for a week or two In June when the bright northern sly ut IUld- 11lght projects faint ghostlike shadows toward the South the sun just dips below the horizon nUll no more There is no division between the sunset undIthe lawn The sumo rosy flush for both Sumner In hlnland Is in fact one I long day Never a star Is to be seen and when the first faint star glimmers In the south It Is n sign that the sum mer Js past cud lint the nutulIIlI rusts have arrived The long light has n marvelous effect upon vegetation forcing its growth at aC1countthe heat Land and water have no time to cool One l1II110t fall to he struck with the enormous size of the foliage titian the oak and hawthorn trees us compared to that to which we are uceustomell Holulllsis have ox- plained this ns belug due to the supply or light It hUH sometimes1lrerIr suggested that we may hasten vests by the use of nttlllcial Nature herself does this for tire Fir ulsh farmer The Broadax A city man who went out into the Ozarks to learn to mule railroad ties was asked by a native whether he was right or left h1l111e- dIt you are left handed he was tolll you will have to get alert handed broadax The city man replied Im wlle to thla left handed monkey wrench busl news Im from tile city but J know there Is no such thlllg us n left lauded broadax Hut he was wrong A broadax Is beveled on one sIde only A left handed munn must ltnve all ox with the bevel on the left side Jcar- tas City TImes All Against Him A tailor who wus defendant In a ease tried In court seemed much cast gown when brought up for trial Whats the trouble whispered his- tounacl observing his clients distress tU ke surveyed the jurymen It looks pretty bad for me said tlle4efendaut unless some steps ate taken to dismIss that Jury and get In anew lot There alllt a man among 1t but what owes me money for e1otiiee VaIn Regrets Mrs BenhamHow much did you pay the minister n inert we were married BenhamDont ask melllnte to admit that I paid hltu unthlng New York Press Honors come Uy dhgc ce riches rrtng from economy Davis r r y ftsr a Dean Swifts ComplaInt this com It Ia no new thing bears of the high C livIng Writing to Stella from- doo 1n the year litO Dean Sw- e marks 1 lodge In Bury slice James Whero I removed a wrekt I have the first floor the and bedchamber at S ehlllinga a plalI11 deep but 1 spend nothing feed and never to a tavern Yary expensivePrbo W Knew of One iwashoutArOL reckonUncle1ve got as much curiosity as i Jlck youll find Where are yoU gods mister RU what do you toller fur a- llvluChicago Tribunet Got the Time 4t that hoputA man was so cross eyed his hand Into another mans pocketand abstracted theretrom a 1 wanted to learn the time The jU9e told him It would ho three yenrsf iiA Nuisance FatherWhat do you mean my son by saying that your teacher is a nut sauce TheobaldWell thats Vilar you call me when I ask questions teacher does nothin else Lofty Expectations Is your husband nil you thought be was Just about But he doesnt come lose to being nil he thought he was Ladies Take Notice We cnn clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and mutts All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford pressing Club Educational Department t Turn to Ute map page ii of the Natural Complete Geography Now locate the Ozark Mounalns They are the most rugged part of till Cen tral Lowland This elevation of land called the Ozark Mountains or Ozark region extends southward end westward from the Iron Mountains of Ussouro far Into Ark The ht tory- of this region Is quite Interesting The Teglon Is divided Into two psrts That part north ot the Arkansas It at one time was a great plateau And many of these features it still retains It Is also quite dljy trenehd by numerous winding streams Wtj rind that the reUefs of elevattn1s south of the Arkansas river have the structure of hugh huh and small mrunlains A few of these are of a mute gIgantic structure West or the Ozarks there are valuable loat and zluk dpod nero great elevations occur In the tOtl Mountain region Locate the lla ton Mounttitns in these muuntaaa the stratas are chiefly hOl70nI11 and also very deeply chunneirl To the south we rind that tohl ricks are strongly folded and are sumetilne9 faulted Here too wet hid rinks erode faulted Here too we flail r cks eroodo Into long parallel mounTjn ridges with Intervening valleys Tho rldgt1cs to the southwa d Ire also ve17 curiously carved aced faulted Since we couslder this rgilQ as bolDg two districts the nrLliYn and the southern time former wro hell call the Ozark Plateaus IIILlI the latter the Ozark Ran go while WI have all heard of the Ozark Mouatalnr Aki1lli anv Hot Springs we would all do well to read 1II0re of that n ng reO- glon for one should hI chln to learn mach that Is or practie l tpffit to the student of eogra- phyChildren Y Cry iCASTOSouthern Improvement Time following j11enh wre i sued this week to SOUUIlnJ inventors rli ported br Swift o 11n Ltw- yers tVashfngtnn n KentuckyI lluraweck Ioulwllle surgical forcep- sTennessee1V If Ik 1luhool Landing obsterical Led l Stowe Knoxville Ironing board J e Tassel 1Wlstboard tree railway tie plate Copies of any 01 the obnve paents will be sent to any of our 2eadlr upon receipt of tent cents by n Swltt Co Washington D eour spa dill pat mt correspondents A Remarkable Picture That Bar fles Science A remarkable painting a represen- tAtion of the Christ exhibited at th AlaskaYukonPaclClc Exprpsltien was purchased hy Dr W L Wright of Washington who has sent It about tile country for exlllbltlon nt rellg Otis and other gatherings The canvas netherechemists itisusual type but after nlghtfnllu when the room Is darltcnld the clouds In the background of th hlctJLrot1 sqd Wits around tile head Uke i 1 a s for JV k Women eC1III t e tsf women is dueetoeome deT2ngeeat or dice l 1Ik teasialne Such tokaes on he curel Heare4- e a hPierces Favorite f Prescription i Makes Weak Women Strong ISlckWoinen Well ltetcdireetryoathe otganeafededand iot theeamo duties tener restore thopnvaOYtlocal treatment 10 univenaJlyinlisted upon by doctors and so abhorrent to every modestwoman ofthosewastingfulli information as to tick symptom and meafeof positive cure are referTed to the Peoples Corn revisedand1 clothbindtngAddress Dr R VO Pierce Buffalo NY i halo The art1 t did not himself dis- coycr ethls singular feature of his work until he had Almost Complete- dIt At then suggestion ot a friend aB1btlcal lecturer lie had begun the workbut for some time felt tads atls ned DJld at last Put the painting oslge One day I new Idea ot the subject came Ito him and he at once resumed his painting and sought to convey his thought to the canvas he felt that this time he was succeed- Ing One evening he entered the room andobsernrod apeculiar light which emauated from the Picture on his eas shadoWYIform of the Christ just ashe had Painted it but It stood out against a background like a magnificent acre Jewcbas the artist had neither painted nor thought of Ho decided that It would be Men leglous for a human hand to make any addition and the painting has been Mt incomplete Chemists have soUght to analyze theologians have discussed but the myater1oua ilhum- inatlon of theyiictur tansneer been satisfactorily explalnedJoe Mitchell Chapple in Affairs at Washington In January Natidnnl Magazine Chlidr n Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA If Youve Anything Good to Say It youve anything good to say or- aI man Dont wAit till hes laid to rust For the eulogy vpokcn when hearts are broken Is an empty thing at dint Ahl the blighted lower now droop fag lonely Would perfume the mountainside It the mans glad ray had but shone today And the pretty bud espledFrom the book Heart Throbs In Na tional Magazine for January Kentucky Patents Granted this week Reported by C A Snow Co Patent Attorneys Washington D C J H Ilndooy- Kevl1 Harrow For copy ot nbov Pai ent send ten cents In pootage stamps with date of this paper to C A Snow Co Washington D 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dta ilRuL t t t11 Jttff iFGUGRR E offDoool1t f AUDACITY OF THE IMPOSTOR 11 He Deceived Not Only the Sisters but Even the Wife of the Man Whose Place He Usurped The Return ofi the Real Guerre and the Exposure Perhaps the most remarkable case of doubles In all history is that ofr Martin Guerre a Frenchman who was born sent Bayonne in tho first half of the sixteenth century Martin Guerre was the son of a well to do farmer and brlckmakcr and as was the custom of the country at the time lie married at the age of eleven Bcr trande do Hols who had then reached the ago of ten For eight years they Tired together Unfortunately Martin stole a bushel of corn from his father Frightened by the hcluousncss of Ills crime he de SpainThere peror Charlca V and after several havlYbaby boy Saucho At any rate ho tamllylstretched on to eight years Then one evening a stranger arrived deA ace tbld his host that ho was Martin Guerro and recounted the adventures and hardships that had kept him from home so long The rumor of Martin Guerres return soon spread and his four sisters hastened to the hostelry to welcome him home They found him much changed Ho had gone eight years before scarcely more than a boy Now ho was a mature man bronzed pad bearded Nevertheless they welcomed him embraced him and carried the news to his wife Bertrandc hastened to him at once When she saw him first she started back with misgiving But he address ed her tenderly repeated word for word their parting conversation and mentioned details that only a husband could have known lIe oven spoke of the clothing he had left behind and I where It could be found Bcrtrnnde was convinced She begged forgiveness for her doubts and threw herself into his arms An undo arrived He too hesitated but the newcomer detailed to him all the minutiae of their business transactions eight years be fore and ho also was convinced The upshot of the matter was that this newly arrived Martin Guerre re turned home with his wife and lived happily and without suspicion with J I her for four years During this time they had two children nnd Martins father nt his death bequeathed him n farm However a soldier passing through the village declared that he had seen Quentiuthatlie was still alive and the soldier left II written deposition to that effect Tho rumor spread tbat the man living ns Martin Guerre was an Impostor Bcrtraudc at this filed n criminal information against the man to whom for four years she had granted the rights of a husband He was describ ed in tile accusation as Arnault du Tllh and was committed to prison The prisoner said that the uncle had influenced his wife and that the whole charge was a conspiracy to deprive him of his fortune of aOOO lures lIe submitted to a searching interrogatory after the French fashion nnd an swered all questions satisfactorily He told of his campaigns und revealed the most intimate details of the family history lie relied for his defense too on the four sisters who still called him brother on his four years life with Uertrando with her consent and press ed her in the presence of the judges to swear that he was not her real hus baud declaring that If she so swore h6 was ready to forfeit his head Her trando refused to take this oath She was confused by his confident manner In the trial ISO witnesses were exam Iced X0f jdila number forty deposed that the man was the real Martin Guerre fifty deposed that he was Ar nault du Tllh and sixty declined to I pronounce opinion owing to the- extraordinary resemblance In spite tt tile conflicting evidence the judge pronounced him guilty ale at once appealed to the parliament of Ton louseOn this appeal thirty witnesses were reexamined Ten deposed that he was Martin Guerre clgh that he was au impostor and the remainder confessed tfeit they were too bewildered have pny opinion The Judges were sorely perplexed a leaued to tho side of the prisoner I By curious coincidence Just nt this juncture the real Martin Guerre made Ma appearance on the scene Ho show el the samo marks on his face da those bomb by the prisoner The meu were coafrpBted with each other lu court t four sisters Who till nowhnst dung1o tliclr belief In the prlsonerifceggcd forgiveness Ho wa condeMn ilto deathAaM executed The real Martin was restored to his rlghta enrad Oak la New York Tribune j F Originality dIe you accept George to tit was TO much snore orlglualtha callowIt Hawtu the one tlatasked me te r j M 1slfe Peck 1- lr erfiy iH arrf stalls h ftr t fahblMYtrdballscolor and then present a disagreeable appearance nothing Is easier han TodoIsome having pounded and sifted It to assure Solution in a small quantity of water placed in a porcelain capsule large enough tb takea billiard ball Heat this liquid till ltliE tepid only arid add aa a mordant about tea drops of sul phurle acid Put the ball to bo col ored in tbe capsule and leave it thereabout threequarters oan hour on the corner of a stove the temperature not being allowed to exceed front 40 de grees to GO degrees U At the end of that time take it sway from theatre and let It cool The operation is complete In from two to three hours Care must be taken to turn the billiard ball from time to time so that it may be colored all over for the coloring matter Is deposited and the part of the ball at the bottom would be too deeply colored When the bull Is withdrawn from thy liquid It only requires wiping and then rubbing strongly with a woolen rag to mako It brilliant again It uiuy be further polished by means of chain ols leather Impregnated with colco thar Vulgarisation hntlaluei Bread and Gloves Did you ever notice that the man who brings bread to this place always nears heavy stores asked the regu lar boarder at the bashery in address ing his guest- No I dont get here often enough to notice It answered his friend Well you see him now He always wears gloves especially in handling ryebreadYes Its n fact Maybe you would not believe me If I told you that he is more apt to get his hands torn and cut than I am working at machinery all dayReally IInever havo learned the real cause tile bread seems to have rough edges which scratch and cut the hands If it is handled In large quantities Of course one or two loaves would not have any bad effect but hundreds of loaves a day passing through a mans hands seem almost as dangerous as sandpapered brick would beSt Jo mph GazetteI The Small Boys Revenge A family whose meats were limited was expecting company for dinner and the thoughful mother Instructed her small son how to behave at the ta I ble and also told him there was one thing on the table be was not to ask forTho appointed time came and things looked very tempting especially to the small boy who suddenly said Say ma I want some of that pointing ton plate of cheese The mother cast reproving glances upon him but the child continued You going to give me some of tbat The mother again tried to attract the boys attention to his error by stepping upon hits toes but It was of no use for he continued Glvo me some of that or Ill tell Beginning to count he said One you going to give mo some Two you going to give me some Three my pants arc made of tile old window shades Baked Men Workers In porcelain factories are literally baked but by seine miracle they remain sufficiently underdone to live At least If they arc not quite baked they endure a stronger beat than that which browns the Sunday sirloin The furnaces wherein puree lain is finished are kept tit the fiercest heat used In any Industry A chain of workmen their heads and bodies swathed In fireproof garments take the finished pieces from tbe the one ut a time und pass them to the cooling room The man at the head of this chain be who stands nearest the fur nace can only work In five minute shifts In his Interims of rest ho lies on a mattress drinking glass after glass of Ice water from the hands of a small boy At lunchtime all about the chain of men steaks grill Phila delphia Bulletin tt Why Joyner Left Home Are you ready to receive the obll gations asked the most upright su preme hocus pocus of the Order of Hoot Owls- I am said the candidate firmly Then tako a sip of this pnwsle acid place your right hum lu this pot of boiling lead rest your left hand upon this revolving buzzsuw dodo your eyes und repeat after me Early next morning shreds of Joy ners clothing were found upon the bushes and trees nil along tbe road to- t ottsl1Ip thirty miles distant and at Scrabbletown sixty miles it way Uo was reported pull headed west Judges Library Easy Method Henry said Mrs Ulooalp at din nor looking down at her watch but speaking to Mr Gloonlp on the other side of the table my watch hasnt varied a second in a week Rcmarkablel said Mr Gloonlp How did you got It to vary so little I broke the mainspring Tanning JohnnyDont they use bark to tan hides with FnlbcrTe my soP but if you lknU1 more questions this evening youll find that a slipper does Just as wall A Mean Comment The SlanrSbe looks alee enough to lat time W man I food suing to Appeal to ssnepeopleLo- eul UHnkratM Rats I te O1 loYAGY MYgr- f X t+ t r9ar A V+ BU Threat THat Meant Nothing but Brought Quick Rttult- TbftUtfi Lordl Salisbury OB years logo ueata foreign offlco emlaaary to Amerlcgnhla mission the emissary to his lordship had explained the exact na tore of tbe demands desired to bo informed alto the course to take if after he had said everything there was a refusal Ob answered Lord Salisbury this is not a matter In which we have the least thought of lighting If the pres- Ident refuses whyyouwUI simply havo to come homo again The emissary went and bad his say to tbe president fef tho republic wbo blankly refused to give In and the diplomat retired to think things over A few hours later be wrote to the pres- Ident 1 regret that your excellency does not see your way to recognize the Just ness of the claims which 1 have had the honor to present I have now to sny on behalf of her Britannic maJes tys government that unless your excellency yields on all points which I have named It will bo my painful duty to act on the second half of my in structions Unuer this vague and significant threat the president yielded at once London TelcgraphIHAUNTED ALASKAN ISLAND Ghosts oflStarvationTo the south and west of Kodlak distant about 100 miles and forming one of the Scmtdl group Is the Island of Chlrlkof the haunted Island of AlaskaEnshrouded for n great portion of the time with almost Impenetrable fog this lonely islo is an object of terror to tbe natives who claim It Is haunted i by the ghosts of Russian exiles The natives will not go near the Is land saying It means certain death to Invade tbo canny confines and there arc few men In time far north who have I the temerity to test the truth of time many and weird tales told of this for bidding and barren island I Shipmasters and sailors passing tho j place assert that the agonizing cries of Russian exiles sent there to starve or die by torture are sometimes heard on quiet nights while the clink otI chains and the sound of blows are i tilled to in an affidavit by A white man i who onco attempted to remain there j for a week and who nearly lost hIsI reason Tnnaun Tribune The Noise Habit A personal experience first showed tho writer the possibility of n state of affairs where the habit of noise could become as fixed as the habit of n drug Waling one nlgbt in the quiet of a country house tar from other habita tions I suddenly heard the f anting of the hot air engine which pumped the water chug chug chug chug I lay listening to Its monotonous vibrations and wondering at the unusual hour for pumping until 1 fell asleep The next night the sound was repeated On mentioning the matter to my host ho confessed that he could not sleep in tbe quiet of the country that the sud den change from the roar of a great city to tho silence of the woods was so great as to cause him real suffering As his only way to rest be would leave the house In the middle of the night start up the pump and lying down In n nearby hammock find sleep brought him by the lullaby of the hot air en gine That man recognized that be had the noise habit and finally conquered ItHollla Godfrey In Atlantic Oddly Named- A Mr Hudson who had made n largo fortune as u dentist had built a- very expensive country house near Dublin but of such au extraordinary construction as to bid defiance to the criticism of the architect One day after dinner at Cumins this singular mansion became a Subject of merriment fur his guests The question for their satirical Inquiry was What was its order of architecture Ono silk it certainly was Grecian another contended It was Saxon and a third that It was oriental when their lost In an article in the of 23rd the great on foods says about brain and is one kind of food that seems to me of food to the and to the whole bod j and and that is Oats ae the most of all the cereals being richer in fats and He is the of Great He of it as the diet and says it pro t w- kr Y1i 1 5 N tt UM STC are all WroBff It to Tnskun From the ir of the mansion and from its Irish call it tlnaggletootltSelhYondon An avers Not Worth a Rush Not worth a rush Is as a popular saying the of tbe now actritwcustom to strew the floors of houses When guests of rank were en tertained fresh rushes were spread for them but folk of lower degree had to lo content with rushes that had al leady been used while still humbler persons bad none as not even being worth a Standard The Benefit of the Doubt Horrified there What are you that man for Smut on Top Ue says be cant remember whether ho ever culled me n liar or not Im fblftt giving him blffi the benefit of the doubt Chicago Tribune I Tho Producer Does your husband play cards for from results an swered yong Mrs TorkliiK I should say not lint all the other ncn In the game do Star man who loves home best and It nmst loves ills country hestJ U Holland IThere Was bard entered tho weary there an opening hero for a poet he Inquired Yes Indeed replied tbe editor a button his desk and the next Instant the poet disap peared through a In the floor LoserI ever play poker for profit No he replied tho game serves ns my way of being char itable North American What He Got Bella He fell In love with her surd asked for the original Bella She rave him a negative started out on the that the world hind an opening for me and I went to find Ob yes Im in n American A Double Hold Miss Moonllto ErIet mo hold time rears picas Mr willt do thou Mies Moonlltc Yon might hold the holder of the relns L oston Herald Choosing 7 design brilliant fin with honest value make iE silverware the choice This name today for the heaviest grade of plateandesquuhebeautyof years of icivice and sal Its hm won it k the popular title i Silorrrfare thai Wean m t VI wbtte lot 0Lslall piltems amidst wdma iz C4 MMOMIUTM c1- tllI1dea toM highest medicalauthority on foods James FRS of London gives the for eating more Quaker Oatspublished Youths Companion September 1909Dr Browne medical authority muscle building There marked valueasa brain throughout childhood adolescence youth nutritious organic phosphorus lecithins oatmeal gaining grotindwith wclUtodo Britain mninstaYQftheScottish- Jaberers ammisaeterpoeds cetitiemeivyba regularities proprietor beinga dentistthe predecessor dwelling rusbLondou CltlzenJer pounding moneyJudging practical yashlngton IThe unsolllshly apartment- Is touching underneath trapdoor Exchange thoughtfully Philadelphia photograph FredWhat developed Suceeccfu- lI theory I- tDldyoullridU holeDnlthuortI BasbphulWhat Silver rcorrcctlyle 1847Q ROGERS BRQST of- discriminatiagpurchascrs remarkable durability everyI The Sir Crichton Browne LLD best reasons oatmeal duces a bigboned welldevel oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it and en larges the thyroid glandthis gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body In Conclusion he says seems praable therefore that ebulkand brawniness of the ortherners meaning the Sdolj h has been in some thestimulationofth porrji Ige in childhood Th Scotch eat Quaker Oat- sbecayseits the best of all oat r The Bind You iiavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno tho slpnaturo of and has been made under his personal supervision slnco its Infancy tbJsAExperiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Ila 1 ExperfsuentWh Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Parent goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It in Pleasant It contains neither Opium Horpltlnu nor other Xarcotlo Kiibstanco Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Fccrismciis It cures Dlnrrhcua and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coustipatfou andTlatwleiicy It assiniUrrtfs the Foyd regulates tho lcclTho l GENUINE CASTOt lt ALVA sears the Signature of Y Oj P l4 foo The Kind You Have Always Bought In 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LIQUOR DEALERit i25 W Third Ct Box 757 CINCINNATI OHIO t 4 1 4 T a c u r 1 a 1 i e 1 tJ 1ft J j r sl dNI c j 9 ot M t f 11 t jf il7lI r kAYat a- i x f f c 4 I i j I M f 1iKl1 iJ rIi t i J t Pfti IrtJi1t JJHt 1 tf ti TIii ItUJ JhMa ij 1 r f1 1 u r It F ftiu f v Y- i n t f t F f ttJ i n t I 11f SATURLk4X 1ANUARY Ig I 119JOi i OUR SEMIANNUAL 1 t i r- i i PROFIT SIARING ALE IIi And Will Continue it Up to and Including January 29 1910IAll Merchandise Sold at Profit Sbamg Prices or Produce Only Merchandise Charged Will be at Regular Prices The announcement of our Profit Sharing Sales will be hailed with delight by all who have attended and taken advantage of the money saving I prices we quote for this Sale Our buyer has ransacked the markets for every good lot merchandise he could secure at a reduction in price Alill Ends of Calicoes Ginghams White Goods Crashes Table Linens Percals and many many other things that you can buy at less than the wholesale price today Our stock has been thoroughly culled and everything in odd lots remnants odd pieces is yours for a price considera tion much less in many instances than we bought them All of this class of merchandise will be identified by the Red Tags The Red Tagslmeans a loss to the store and a big saving to you All merchandise EXCEPT GROCERIES will be subject to a 10 per cent discount Nothing else reserved It all goes at Profit Sharing prices This announcement represents a very meaget portion of our display and hundreds of bargains not mentioned here will appeal very strongly to your money saving disposition Come in and at least inspect the offerings whether you intend to buy or not I Clothing DepartmentY- ou dont often have such a chance to supply your family clothing necessities We have driven the prices down lower than ever before on all odd lots of suitsOver Coats and Odd Pants You will realize what a big in ducement it is when you see the goods Every suit in the house at ten per cent discount Mens Suits r Odd Lots marked with Red Tags V One lot of 5 G and 7 dollar suits sale price w348K Une lot of 7 Sand 9 I I t 498 O 98ner l 98neWe will have many more to show you We can only give you a sample here Every suit in the houseat ten per cent discount Mens Over Coats 25 per cent less than regular prices Rain Coats 10 per cent less than regular price Top Coats 1C percent less than regular price Look for the Red Tagged MOver Coats There is where you save big money 4 Boys Knee Pants Suits One lot 3 to 9 years old 275 84 suits sale price 198 One lot SI and 5 I 2A8 One lot 4 S5 and 550 I I 3A8 One lot 10 to 15I k 125 150 175I Ji19 One lot 10 to 15 2 225 and 250 I I 169 Ono lot 275 3 and 850 i229 One lot 1 r 4 Sl and 450 1 t Mlm One lot 5 550 and 56 1 3M Similar reductions on Youths Long Pants Suits Ipto 20 years old Lookout for the Red Tags Boys Over CoatstrOne Lot ages 8 to 10 yrs old 175 and2 sale 148I 3 to 14 1 3 regular 1lyggI 4 to 10 350 26St II otoj 5 3Y48 Similar reduction on Youths Over Coats from 15 to20 years old Lookout for the Red Tags 9Wtorti Boys Knee Pants One lot ages 8 to 15 Regular 35 and 50 cts sale 256 dtJdfI75c DOc and 1 1196 90c81ancUl25 mid Mens Odd PantsIiOne 98cr119ttjt1148tl 2fA8Qt t l l t tr i 9 t l 2981I- t 3138IYou cant afford to miss thia sale i Calicoes Standard loom end Calicoea i yard to 10 yard lengths The same grade you buy over the counter every day at 6 cts per yard Sale price per yard 3c n Staple Piece Goods One lot of Amoskag best feather proof Bed Ticking Regular 20 cts per yard quality Sale price pe yard 15c One lot of Everett Skirt ings solid bluesfancy stripes and checks A regular 10 cts value Sale price per yard 8c One lot extra heavy solid dark shirtings a hummer for 10 cts sale price p- eryard7 e Two lots of fancy Madras Cord The very best and latest patterns Regular 12 eta value Sale price per pard 8c One lot of 40 inches wide India linen Would be cheapat 20 cts per yard Sale price per yard 15c One lot of novelty white Lacs striped wustings a big value at 10 cts Regular sale price per yard 7J One lot of fancy mercer ized white waistings The seasons latest patterns at 25 cts Regular sale price per yard uI8c One lot in solid colors in Soisetter All the latest shades represented in our showings Regular price 25 cts per yard Sale price- dper yar 15c 1 Lot of Bleached Table Damask extra wide good weight and a splendid fin ish regular 45c qualitysaleI 29prlcec 1 Lot mercerized bleach ed Damask a regular SOc quality8alo price per yard 39c 1 Lot of all linen un bleached crash good weight and good width regular 8c qualitysale price per yd6c- I Lot of all linen un 9ualftIpri e pOl yr fU 8c- 1Lot of Antieptlq Wash fK y56 feller the world ovele price per yd 3c Ginghams One Idt staple check Ginghams a good 7 cts value Sale price per yllrdu u 5c One lot Amoskeag staple check Ginghams the best 10 cts value on the market Sale price per yllrd8cO- ne lot of A F C Dress Ginghams the best 12 cts per yard quality to be had Sale price per yard 8c 1 lot of Red Seal dress Ginghams The best brand of all Regular 15 cts Ging hams Sale price per yd lOc Staple Piece Goods- Continued 1 lot fancy stripped Soi sette a very popular fabric for waists and full suits Regular 25 cts value Sale price per yard 15c 1 Lot Florentine Suitings in all the best colors This fabric will appeal to the very best dressers Regular 25c value sale price per yard 18c 1 Lot mercerized black Sateen a splendid 20 cent value sale price15c lose and Half Hose 1 lot of second infant black Hose assorted sizes a 10 cts value sale price per yd 5c 1 lot of Misses black ribb ed Hose il1llll oven sizes from 7 to 9 regular 15 cts value sale pricel0eO- ne lot ef Ladies black Hose with Mace foota good 15 cts value sale price lOc One lot of seconds in La dies black hose a regular 10 cts value sale price73o- One lot of black and tan Socks world sell readily for 81 ctssale price 5ci One lot of seconds in Mens black half Hose would look cheap at 10 cts sale price per patr7 c- One Iptof Mens Tan and Black half Hose a 25 cts grade in regular goods sale price i5c Ladies Coat Suits Cloaks and Misses and Childrens Cloaks at 25 per cent ffof regular prices Ladies Cloaks Reg 5 CloakssaleprS375 r S6 Ir 450 Ii 1Ii 525 88 600 10 760 515 u 1125 Pearl Buttons 1 Lot of assorted sizes from 14 to 24 line Pearl perdozen1 Lot of assorted sizes in a very good quality of Pearl Buttons a hummer at per dozen 2 Jo qualityPearl seller sale price 3c 1 Lot of madam loyds Pearl Buttons14 to 24 line would bring lOc every day in the week while they last at per dozen 5c 1 Lot of assorted sizes in a beautiful fish eye Pearl Button 25c per dozen would look cheap enough sale price per doz 7c 1 Lot extra quality ocean Pearl Buttonsassorted sizes It would sell readily for 15c sale price lOc Shoes andRubbers All odd lots out with red tags at a big reduction from regular prices Every shoe in the house subject to 10 per cent reduction 1 Lot of metal back horn Combs regular lOc seller sale price i 5c 1 Lot metal back horn Combs a regular lOc seller sale price 80 1 Lot all rubber heavy weight Combsa regular 15c sellersalo price100 Underwear 25c ynderwearsale pr 190 50ca H 39o 75cI 590 1 n19c125u 100 150 H UL2ThiS list of good things is will sea if ynu visit this sale mentioned will be sold at th prodProfit Ladies Coat Suits Reg9 CoatSuitsprice676 H 14U U 10501 18U U 137511 20 u ll 1500 U 25U 1 187514 21H U 2025 Notions 1 Lot of 21 and 3 inch cramped wire Hair Pins 16 pins to the package at per package 010 1 Lot of Adamentino Pins 200 to the paper at eaoh10 l Lot of defender brassk t Pins full weight and count a big bargain at 30IBrushesa regular 25o seller sale price 15o SafetyPins + lar fo seller sale price 3c 1 Lot of ladies white cam bric Handkerchiefs a leader at each2c1 Lot of ladies bordered hemstitched Handkerchiefs a regular 5c seller sale price 3o 1 Lot ladies cross barred Hemstitched Handker chiefs regular to seller sale price 4c 1 Lot ladies dotted Swiss hemstitched Handkerchiefs rteach1 Lot ladies fancy em broidered Handkerchiefs a good 20c value sale price each16c tbrio i Handkerchiefs while they last at 4c 1 Lotofmens white cam brio Handkerchiefs a hummer t price 80 1 Lot Allens Talcum Powders while they last at per boxti4b1 Lot of Winslows Talcum a standard 15c per box makcsale price per boxilOc 1 Lotof200 Hair Pins in neat carton a regular lOo seller sale price 6c a meager index towhat you BCptfdreda note Profit Sharing prices and luce must be had to get the il 3 I E PqfRN8iS v l IbO u Beaver JmJt 19 I l8t 01 tr j IIfioi I I JI + t J J vti21fCiltrY M jS R1 c