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I J71 if j4 m Ii a JIft p 7 tkpublicau DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year l FineJobVVork VOL XYII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 1910 No 29 PLAN TO DIVIDE UP THE REVENUE Would Decrease Deficit in I General Fund I I Examinatiqn of State Banks Pro posedGovernors Latest Message ii BY J H STUART Frankfort Ky Special The fight over the county unit extension bill did not end when the bill was referred to an unfavorable committee 1 0fen1ergyway to push the bill through It has been tacitly understood that the house by a considerable majority would vote for the bill so when the senate took what was considered unfavorable action on the measure Its friends In the house planned a reprisal movement They began circulating a written pledge amongst the representatives stating that each member signing It would refuse to advance a slnle sen ate bill In the house until a direct vote was taken on the passage of the county unit bill In the senate After somo dozen or more had signed It the promoters learned that such a movement would lose the bill several votes In the senate so the matter was dropped The opponents of the blll now claim that If It comes to a voto In the senate a majority will vote against It but that can not be proven till the vdte Is taken though St Is known that the senate Is very a evenly divided on the proposition The final result Is being watched with much Interest all over the state r Senator Burnam of Madison has In troduced a bill Intended to help do crease the deficit In tho general expenditure fund In the state treasury Ills measure proposes to divide up tho revenue derived under the 50 cents on the 100 tax rate that Is now c In force a little dlrrerent front Its present division At present the school fund gets 26 cents of the 60 cent tax the general expenditure fund gets 211 cents the sinking fund 2 ceIts and the State university one halt a cent lIe proposes to reduce the school fund to 2414 cents the Qlnklng fund to lY cents and to Increase the general expenditure fund to 234 cents leaving the State university lust as It IS now He says Investigation shows that the 26 cent rate allowed the eohool fund Increas ed the per capita for school children last year to over 4 and by reducing the amount to 2414 cents the per cap Ita will still be as much as 4 which he thinks Is amply sufficient and will at the same time Increase the rev enue that goes Into the general ex pendltqre fund sufficiently to help pay off much ot the deficit lIe says further that as tho state has practlc ally no debt there Is no need to keep that rate at 2 cents since a lqcent rate will bring In enough revenue to meet In 20 years the 500000 of bonds that may be authorized by this legislature 1 Oovernor Willson line decided not to send all hie advice to the leglsla turn at one time but will give Itto them In broken doses Ho sent In an other part of lib message Friday the larger part of which Is taken up In discussing the tax question Ho In comYamendment to the constitution be made so hat a new taX sstem maybe enacted Ho recommends that the state be allowed to collect taxes only on personal property the county to collect taxes only on the real estate In the county outsldo the cities In that county and that the cities be al lowed to collect taxes only on the real property Inside the city limits He says It Is too much of a burden now an city taxpayers to pay state county and city taxes on the same piece of property and to pay the same Saxes OD bonds and stocks takes all the profit derived from that sort of property hence people who own stocks and bonds perjure themselves y bY not listing them for taxation HeI indorses the bill which JOeks to ate a state tax commission lie recommends that a law he passed aulhorizing the performance of the surgical operation or vasectonomy to prevent the bearing or children by In- anei people and habitual criminals i JI says the law M to Inquests An tulunatics s too lodsoly enforced arid that In each case two physicians from a neighboring county ghould examine tveryoneCcusedor belog crazy or a lunatic s He says Architect Andrews recom InJ1 that n060 oobe aplxlo- t 5i ptlatea to comQteto the work of deco rating the new statehouse anti beautifying the grounds lie says there Is no hurry for some of the things the architect recommends but says that 3000011 ought to be provided by this legislature for the purposea mentioned and also to pay for some more land adjacent to the capitol Ho reminds the logislature that there Is no use to make are dons unless some way Is provided to j get the money to pay them Ho says i he Is not antagonistic to the majority In the legislature and will gladly approve any reasonable appropriation forthlngs needed by the state Instl- tutlons rot some method to pay them Is adopted Ifq urges the legislature not to abolish the board of control and to let It remain bipartisan as It now Is as It has accomplished a great work Ho says the reports show that the board has saved 80000 In two years lout of the per capita Income which sum they applied to buildings and improved machinery at the asylums I He recommends that the penlten i manes and house of reform be put under the board of control which means he wants the prison commission abolished Hq says the present governors mansion Is practlclly unfit to live In and urges the legislature to approprl- ate I 60000 to erect a suitable mansion for his successor near the new capitol nUll that the present mansion and square of ground be turned over to the penitentiary for hospital pur poses lie recommends that the buildings and grounds of the old capitol bo sold to the highest bidder and estimates that It will bring 100000 He says I to sell It would do away with con stantly recurring schemes to use It for some expensive and unnecessary Institution to be created by the legis lature The fact that several state banks have tailed and lost all the money of hundreds of widows and orphans In the past two years has created a strong sentiment In favor of having a system by which state banks can be examined oyery test months as na Uonal bankS arc now examined by expert accountants Several bills looking to this end have been Intro duced and It Is likely that one of them will bu passed The bill offered by Senator Arnott of Jessamine who Is a banker himself provides for the establishment of a banking depart meat with t bank commissioner at the head ot It with an assistant com missioner and three bank examiners to do the real work This bill Is favored by the bankers generally and as It will cost the state nothing to carry out Its provisions It Is meeting with much favor The increased cost of living In the past 10 years has Induced the senate to pass n bill that In a roundabout way Increases the salaries of circuit judges from 3000 a year to 1200 a year The constitution provides that the salary of any olilcer can not be I changed utter lie has entered upon his duties and as all the circuit judges entered upon their sixyear terms on the first of this year It seem ed as though they would be tillable to I get any increase for six years at least A bill was Introduced how ever providing that regular circuit judges should serve as special judges In other districts than their own when no court was In session In their own districts and for this extra work they are to be paN an additional S12DL a Continued On Second Page Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M will have work In the first and Eec md degrees next Monday night Every member Is urged to be present S Acme Lodge No 339 h O O F gtvo throe candidates all three or the do- grors ant tho regular mOOting lat Friday evening the work being nt on In a very credit blo manner One petition was niso rcceiynd 5 Rough River LOOse No 110 iK of p- llld a wen attended meeting last Tuesday owning and gave the third rank to Prot GoorgoE Bailey The supper which was to hav o been 110 vldod waS deferred inddinihrlyThis lodge will probably celebrate to and niversiry of the order ithe 19thh ot this month by Instituttg a lodgo at him District DoputyKutght IBeaVCJT Wilson Is doing some faith good work In this line 1 A Big Show for Sale One ot the finest and best equipped moving picture shows In Kentucky for sale Will exchangof r land or stock Reason for selling have gone Into the mercantile business Vall on lor write moat Beaver Dam Ky Yours truly U A D TAYLO CONGRESSES IN WASHINGTON i Many Meetings Held In National Capitol Not High Cost of Living But I Cost of High Living Says Hill Washington D C Jan 29Last week there were thrco congresses In Washington for bcsddos the regular Congress on Capitol lull there was the Assembly of Governors and the Civic Federation Both there extra congresses have departed but the National Board of Trade is tiena In so sign numbering nearly eIght hun dted members Nut oU ot this num ber Is liNe but a very large ruprc- oontatlve committee which may JQ called the brains of the organization is here to assist the commltteeeJ of CongrCES and the people of the Unit ed States In bringing about a reduc thou In the cost of livng This is the SUbject which It appears Is ag- Itating the country at large now and It Is Indenl a vital ae well tun a victual subject James J Hill the great railroad magnato says It Is not the high cost of riving that Is bothering time country and creating anxiety In every communtty bc wen tho oceans lint the cost of high living There Ja a great deal In his exactitude ot exprcmion anal he Is no doubt correct In assumlug that the cost of highm living It at the bottom ot the difficulty Mr Hill has traveled he has read and stud= ltd and lie has hoard the eloquent oratorS of all parties apotheosz the over flowIng dinner pail HQ knows we fQd our dogs more in this country than the vroking ten of China and India got to oat Ho knows that we are tho stoat wasteful and prodigal lJOllplo on the face of time face of the planet Tho women of Washlugtun are grappllllg wIth the subject and a society loader who has been dlstlngul6hcd for her entertainments without moat or ptrong drink is very hopeful that the ng- 1t1t1on against meat and the hocotts that are prevailing throughout the country may result in a permanent change In the popular dlot that will result to n oclIetlclJl hygienic COn dltou Thero s probably too much meat In the ua1ogal llLclry l1nll them would doubtless be less rhuo- matlsm headache and other uric acid dist ases If cereals fruits milk and butter olivo oil and nuts were substituted to a greater degree for Loci mutton or pork It Is raid that the postal bank Bill will he passed by this Congress The Bill establishing Each banks present ed by Senator Carter Is the one most favorably considered and It Is expected It wull pass with but slight amendment oilll Stonowall Jackson the wife of the famous Confederate general who wow shot accidentally by his own men during the War Is now In Washington and was this week a dinner guest nt the White House where she received n warm welcome from President and Mrs Taft Mrs Jackson Is visiting MIG Leiter whose oldest dAughter it will be lemamberEd married Mr Curzon then Do member or the British Parliament and who wass afterwards knighted os tho Baron Keddleston and was lot anumber of yearn Viceroy ot India nn office of great state and Importance The Viceroy used a considerable ponton- of his wifes great fortune In renew lag the ancient ruins or Indian tem ples in excavations and the collec thou and pryosrvation of Indian antiquities It le evident that the Republican Partyy as represeated in the House of- ReprasdfitaUvoa and the SDato has great anx1etywLth regard to Its political tuture Senator Root diplomatist sttttesnran and Jurist nR ho is without doubt has attempted 31 now role D5 political manager and Is cahling to the Republican cohorts I Gov13ugh potRiosOn them party The Republicans In t Congrst here realize that there IsI dangrr ot losing time next House ReplcntatlW6 and are dtdas ev erytlng iu their power to turn tho tide r aS to secure a Democratic do feat t the comIng eleetkLs But they iivo also to fight d3usluns- lu t r own ranks fur the tniur gouts are protesting Lgtlinst ttho- preel r organization pf t ho house Tho llellulJllcnnS are hoping that they can bit able to make gains In time Souti President Tufts evident irpu- larity In some southern Iouahlties anti- the hIgh tariff sentiment In some lutlern sections they think give promise of Republican success here ind ti ere that they may be In a do gree nffmt gains Dvnocratic gains I In other parts of the Country It Is quite unusual In fashionable I WashIngton at least for the question what shall wo cat to he of croat or importance titan wltorowlthal shall we be clothed but the food queslon Is paramount at preent find is dlAUSed In Congrea In the Cliam her of Commerce In the Baird of Tmdh In the papers and everywhere The dcusslon is leaving Its effect and many retail dealers have slight ly reduced tho selling price of flesh foods butter and eggs There is a vegetaran cult In Washington and its voiarkoo sae In this agitation time dawn of n vegetarian millennium when cereals nuts legumes butter milk and oil wl1 be substlltuted for tlo muscular and fatty parts of- auhnah Wo have read tlittt thin orl- cntlal J In Chnn live on next to no meat and that those or India reo- IIglflusly abstain Iron all flesh tOIIII Your correpondont has seen life In i 11011111oJjvdon olkln1I1 spends for food ono 2 I will furnish au Oriental sustenlpce for on week Ills wegos are three I anal er six cents u day and he and clothes himself brn1ldJI I AETNA VILLE ieb 2Miem Katie Knutt of Ilay- nesvihle Is the guest or her grand parents 111 and 1hs Wm Lyons Mr and Mrs J IL Loyd and daugh ter Miss Ruth were the guests of rel atives In Jmlsvllo Saturday Mr E 11 Morgan went so liartfurd Monday Mr James llnynes wife and daughter Lucy wore the gucwta 11 Morrltol1 and family lIttI1SvllluI I tlcontlTierneyI Mrs Henry Lutiul1 t tie guest- of her patents Mr anal Mrs C C Mariow a few drys last wool i Mbs liester Tleraiey returned to school Tuesday after visiting her lrcats a few 1ysICOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Fob 2Mr J P Coleman Is on the sick list this week I Mrs Annie Dee DalJICS of Wllllmlls Junes visited her father Mr W 1I Rood of this place the latter part of last week- Mr Ed Coleman of Select visited his uncle J P Coleman Monday night Mr Esker Coltman and wire visited In this neighborhood last Saturday and Sunday Mr Claud Lllos and wife visited Mrs Yiles par Mr null Mrs J P Coleman Saturday night aced Sun day Miss Stevens ot Bearer Dam SILFarmers are busy burnIng plant beds and preparing for another sop the last tow days SMALLHOUS Feb 2Mr T n Darnard return ed to his home In Hartford FrIday Mrs Sallie Drake Is UJ guest of her daughter Mrs Will Nichols South Carrotlton Ky Messrs P I Wood fuel and John Wood were In our midst Friday Mrs Clinton lgleheart spent sev erasnsoently with relat1vos in Hartford I Mrs Alonzo FlUuce who hI bean hf3Td1Cromr or midst tieday Mi Virgil Sbcvtus of Colorado passed through Smllhous Friday Mlm Ethel Hunter who hots baenvis- Ing hot sfstcr Mrs J S Trunncil fUt sometime will return homo soon d ANSWERS INQUIRIES Farmers Given Information on Burley Tobacco Seed Will be Furnished to Those Who Wish to Grow This Variety Lolsvllle Ky Jan 28 1910We havo hall a great ninny recent In quirks seeking our views fii to the most profitable variety of tobacco to grow These hnquyrlem have como both from farmers who have hereto fore been engaged in growing tobacco and from those who Ilvo in sections where It is proposed to introduce tobuecogrowing Wu have therefore concluded to give expression to some facts that may assist those who are trying to Illltermhw as to what varlo ty ot tobacco promises the brut results to the growers The time of year Is chore at hand when the farmers who Intenll grow Ing tobacco this year must docldQ- Ulllln the variety to bo grown This decision should bl made till the basis ot the probable best eturna for time labor expense of producing time crop Time crop or lIurloy grown last year was an unusually large ono and a test or the wants of the trade for this variety ot tobacco A large proportlon of the IfJ09 Bur ley crop hits been nmrkttd mud un unusually large proportion d that which luu been soul lam gone into the bands ot the tuanulaCntrersthus demonstrating that the vahes Which I Imo beau obtained have not been created by speculative demand but 1I1anufactI tlucement for the production of Burley this year nH the prices now current are based upon values tlt which the tobacco may gu Into cousump- tion and not upon prices created IIy- speculation and dlpellllcnt upon tutor lIavololHllellls for justification The ro1lllIlrS who raised Burley last year have been well conlImcrmsatty- lts llrlu intro tnltl high iron thin opoulig with mi mulvaueing llIalkd- na the season advanced The cnm- ditioes have bten such that values have hen rcuuuu move to grwil of Burley tobacco mo matter whit htcr they elected to sell at liumo or pa- tronlzQ time core snakes markets or to continue to prIze their tobacco In hogshmends and ship to the old established auction markets A large amount of Burley tobacco has boon sold on our market this win ter which was grown in sections not heretofore growing Burley Sonic of this tobacco came from the very center and heart of sections which have for years been almost exclusive ly engaged In time growth or the dark red tobacco for export purpmcs Some ot it has como from the fcUOI- 1prIXluclllg what is known as the one sucker vans y of tohncco Sonic of It has como front the Counties prOlluc In what Is known as Green RIver tobacco Some of it has come from sections not hierotoforu growing any variety of tobacco From all ot those sections we have rocoivul hurley tobacco of good quahity and which sold lot high lobes yielding to the grower very much Jttter returns than could have been obtained by growIng any other variety ot tobacco The great adaptability of Bur ley tobacco for different soils and cllmato has been tully demonstrated and Its growth has been a great suc cess In localities heretofore producing only dark types and to scctlons not heretofore supposed to Iw adapted to the growth of any variety ot to bacco The crop of tobacco grown in our state last year other than Burley wus not an unusually largo one The crop of Burley was unprecedenttl1y large yet values for Burley have been unusually high while values for other types have exprricneczl no such improvemcnt but to the contrary pries In tome sections where the crop was not above au nVcrngo In size have m lower than the prices at which the previuus erop was I Marketed The yleld of Burley tobacco pee acre is larger than the yield per acre of outer varieties grown in our state Ptte prleo of Uurl y tobacco liB tilghor tllllI that or any other varlet The cost of production of Burley tobacco Is ma greater than the expanse ending ether VIIPtOS Burley tobacco may to utarketeti to advawtnge- elrlkor than other vanities as there Is a domanJ fur this variety of tobacco In winter order by the nmanmimlacturev direct and It need not be redrieti as ether varlolcs must be to stabllslt Its JDosumptivu vlaue The net average price to time ranner who raised tobacco In 1909by which we mean the prico at their barns when the tobacco was neatly for do liver or prizing has clJrtalllly nut been lees than 1300 it r hundred This includes all classes of Burley growersthoso who sold It bonus those who hauled their tobacco and sold on the looao auction markets IL must be remembered that thE crop contained n large pruportioir ot com mon tobacco and quite a large am ount of tobacco grown and handled Jy those not experience In tobacco growillg yet tho net I1wrage prix per hundred tQ all clttsses of growers and including time tobacco iron an sections we are fully stthfied Is not less than the price we have In dicated of 1300 per Inuudred Wo feel justified In saying that the average net price for the 1909 crop to the farmers wh o tlslll all other varieties uf tobacco in our stale Is not In oxcoae of 700 per huJ1Il red The Louisviilc Tobacco arl1011 io Company huts t1 supply of genuiiw Burley tobacco seed on hand wtticlr will ho furnished to those wishing to grow this variety oi tobacco Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co Inc rporated CROMwELL Feb 2j W Taylor who has bcot1- one or Ohio Contyu best ettizents for the hvt elght moutbs hasbetna- to doollnlng health llavlmmg sold hid makIlulJjo Pirtle of Cromwell ti nw at dots h01ll9 of his ton 1Varreit Taylw lie is quite feeble being oightyw years old rlIlulrl an attemidaat all the tinge lie has for Ids att nttum- tilubbdrd C 1ltylor whom loo obeys tuna itttle child would Ita mother Mr J C Furgeraon of Kansas who is visiting relatives and frlllIlw la ohio amid huller eountkte is now nt Byron 1aylrs Ile wtll lvev auoa to visit tlw Dtnunoh Caom hiss Genie StIJOllll is visiticgmei- ativci at Jlaimla- Mr HuhI1 C Taylor rpeut Sun IlIy with his pueuts lie wali ac- vanpanietl by bluster Marle Kill uf lit Wu ramitttylor- Mrs C M Stevens and little tlaugh tor Nurme were time guuee ot llev and Mrs S JhLs Sunday Mr H C Taylor was the guests ot his cousin Est111 Taylor Prentis frI day Miss Tussle Taylor and brotincY master ChrlJo were tune guests of- Mr and Mrs Warron raylor Munthy SELECT Feb 2Time IannlJr are about done delivering tobacco The prices wen very satisfactory all but the one suck en Mr Bill McCasthe hat moved to O F l Iillers farm where ho will crop this season Mr Newt Allen who has blfn in Herron Ill has returned homo anti will move to the mints In the mlenr future Master Glenn Cool or DalzcoWIL has hold t very severe caw or pneu monia but s improving now Mr Tom lludton of III Is vislt- inr his mto MrS hi K James of- Baizetown thin week Mr R S Janws has moved to Mr W C Arbuckles farm where ho will farm this year Mr Winson Smith who ha been doing some carjmnhc work for Mr J E Davidson or Hartford has returned home Mr J S ArLuclc and Mrs O E Arbuckle of hartford visited rel utives at this place Saturday and Sun day Theta was quite n crowd attended the musical at Mrs M F Lu fordS Saturday night Mr W S Stratton lit erecting anew rcgidene on his farm near town Mcss T C Jicscy and Ellis Baize were In Hartford can dy last week- on buincss- t 5 a t1i I Hartford Republican U JIDtend occordladto 1st et th loato- garUord me Lr sman matter of the pe- trues C M BARNETT EDIT TgLL Prt02ZS- mbsland 4 C uatrr 32 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 ANNOUNCEMENT We are autborlud u aunou- Hou Ben Johnson u candidate reehcllun to the Ulte ftejHubC- 1Intlve In Cagress Irione N1ie Kentucky i strict subject to t- Deuucruttc pr U1 eeUTuu ti t held March 12 1910 Just nbW tflUUbW + 1 ur Qlalrr do tNt malt a Ie 4 +aby The Tamuny user Is OOIItent t days to gllt1e1 up tlc crumbs 19hy throw any more light upon the cost of flying It is all too pln In1l1 nw Mr Taft Is handing out tile rig sort of comfort to the Inaurge- nthNledaylc1 Is les 40 Our experb uco pruves that thcc Is not a very gxLlme of tile to gu to a veg table diet The Rcpresonatle who Introduc ell the antlUIlIlug bill In Con e- Joservee Ii ptrnegle medal Tho Dcuucra ar J now Lucy carrying thoJ next prsltenIt1 elf c thin They always carry thc elatloo two years too soon Thu que1011 of bethl or n- hash ks JI1t may have to lJ1 put u to the Pry sidJn as Wilt he IIU85 ton of What Iii whiskey Jt is again auaoutadthllt A1r Bryan will be s cauddnte for prwi glut lie epis to haw 1OVeluped tb PtwkkDtIl caandd ey into a profts- sd14e have hco ll wtchlllg fur too antt hat bt11 which we are sure 8rtte of ur stue law mkers will be brnv dough to Iltrutluce bstora the nessIo- r18 QiII It m4 tobea1161UUong bc 1lt 1UlrfllTJ that Uiele Jae Caunif da s h numbered TIH only quo lion whlch iii brdhePinh thm I U to the ex c numlw Tits Darien for Atturney Coeoera- ik I atbJv fay the Republican Mani Hey tor G nrrncr tnfll nt IV1eh- sagscln 10tH trio ago tcm to hat e golcon l+ r n the mint deep snow K alli 1 c gru levtcrt and told tc I plants should lw o0m Hilled to she up Il Jr clltftmtl LLi1 WI aid ho more than tout + ugh toO so enalad and at a fair presIf Mr R f t tll el c c- tfrrk r of 110 JIruie nt ltapre+eta Wy IIf irnn ruin for Uccle Ja 011 M t will ba rf nell buck to by th Dymbol1l the period of liberty uf apseclt and nci n- Thu prup w+ d Staao link oxaminir qt sbndd Ii pea tl by tilt Ia tuelc- ylirt4atiir + Why siiukl the aNat- he auy nyrn lrx n th gOYlIIUhutI of St Uln than the N1Iouul- govtrrnnu u is sits Il reiic vI National IWnKII It t n pwdbrcoa1cidond0 the- iuat at th1 11me whun mlft paoph In tlQ UtdtTal Stales are dh r bl1 cottlllg m or au unable Vi obtain It htcIHh = nf 1h0 high p Ice n man t should h eIFk rl fo dertlh in thaIty- of lcuvlli with n plea f mat II4ul1akluU1it01llel for thl tmtchrrCIr nil lh Cuvcrnmen cmpln3Ta- who tire ulwhr Clvit Sico1Illl the rohool t uc1w1 art h pn + IOIItd why uet Pxcud it to the editor of tlm county news par l1ie r- 1108fton iu curlunly a ford one tu rill i 111 Illld when h cmrl tllPo service cltIZl1I1rnCOlli parHI wlrh them In their endI R a 1 SICrlCCI TheUfnl11lmt tt 1Vavd1nghuu II- IIn the rlgit tr1U wlsen It grt s uftcr- tbo Ilcef Trust Surly lhlti atL1inls- tratIoli wlI not WIlHO It I mlllllull1UonC by firing gaunt crackers aa the pxt- faruter I A few Inus Of dynunlo under tho D f 11110 and nodr the taI bncco Trust will bo umuuldon well I spent mill will do more thou n11ytbing olio to make the ndmlnwn tole rrr- Uar j 111 with the 1I5CO l Hen W S Ifin 1wmlor ff tii- ogdsbttun from Oltia Cuttty tnt hr jtho Mooed It bill upproprhrdtrg 20000 f day he PttrllltoOof builihvx a sutrablo IfJfKslue flehlbath Fadoral amt ConfuU r+ tc 17rfs 1s aworthy rods uru and list t ahoutd appealto all Ohio Cou tTfJMi sons as poesfblr mole tnldisrs fro thla county parcJptted tin drat betde thallia any other dalrmg the dvllw The 26th and 17th Kentucky Iota try Ftxicral cotnp09td alID ORly or OhIo County soldiers partlcpa tied In that battle on both days M Dean has alto lntrodueed n ball reek trig to r onnct the ditch law wh tick was In Part repealed two years agtl fats Is alai do tile Interest of tit largo number of lund owners In the Stand of especial laterat to OiJo County people ICtThe leadam of tile Dome crnenc pal Inrty In rho State tegvawe L vxax put to siwp tle Gt L oa JpJon mfr tre 1hae w IlfUIIW tLc b1tJ irut ti 60 bt- in tile Muller tnaly t was stasis tu otbnUize tie tPJI sac1 hot Itle oommttUe on Rellgrcnt i1ul tif0 tits wvs so cot11SlIttitEd os u bo anything eVe tLo1l lb name implies tin d Jl titn 10c1 piton b 14 Ue rCHrcd- Ie to the cJlmuttoo Tla Ia Dom crttlc maJrit tn tile Setute makes that party rc punefblo for thIs cop lon and flU the vote t1 tiustaln LImit Coy Cox In his doclslrn to re for W anothta committee which htwould be more favorable only throe Republlmns voted with the liquor poo pie while tblroon Dumocrn9 trot d Isthat way Th clearly shows to the people of the state which party Is ldenlfkd with the whttkey iutl- res as fur out lCIIJelbip and mem bi s of th11 Ceueral Assembly bean sscorned OlATON Feb 3 Air J It BruU6r went to Oltrksn Jan 2G o IItterlll1he Cunoral of hj sister Ul Bruner who dial suddenly ofAfttsa Afaude and Vernle now St IorrJairs gull I Rune SmLli utrrr town Thanday fSln Mr Gleams Hn11 hnv roturtcvl trout BlI1er un7laylor Aline McHenry- e where ehn spent ten days the guest ofreMtivasMint Miller was itt Frieda- I end Frlby shoppug- 3llsrc + BSe utd Rose Smith All ble Otha and ora IWJ11I Ilaese IVIInanJeuafo Daniel IIIttulIled the party gircln at the home of Mr all 1 Aln IV11 Hurt natrosvn Wcdllefila nigh Hawk Snider formerly a rsi dint M this cty but now tIding- al lrach GlaOOU county wan In torte i 7iday He says th ec h +s bA 1- 1Lhrc L01IeS of 11IJumHI1la nt hlr house wlner Alr Trvlgmn wag Iwre from Dnles- sctrvy List woo1 the guest oC Alr Anti r u Martin 11 Inmtaatue of F01W11I wars hesv LIft wcelt the guat of Urrc 1 ADd 8011 Iartln A1rQ Anmlc Hull and Ms oelllo Hal were in Irisdalaald Saturday Silo ping I Sier Mies ILl era anal Ilia1 1ulIe- n 11t11 Wfa guest oC Airs Tllvlnl ail Saurlay aCo1rnoon- h illa Cuumllllll of anemn Ic llurIL gurVt uf her crt ndjJ ALbc Otha and Nora PtlltQrI en In hn c0unbry Mrs Mary Wlbon Mr prod Mrs Tm Whit werth fund Mr aril Mrs Clunrc lillsen lure gone to Tex a- to make tfitFr future home otMtmtlIn nJrJcy tyh0 died suddculy of heart roubleMr Rena Curran Owens R Jo n No 1 returned from u Owtntloro Sat l where site pant eettiral drys- t the Ir1Fjido of bar sJse M4 ltilchcl who is nvw much 11- 11IJrJld Mr JIm rntlFellx and family IICI 111 WhltHJtk Schrolhouro visited rolath t In Grayson couuy Sunday- Mr Mcdllna Hllll who has born for two weeks is vllghtly improve d nt thlt ssrltng- Mr C N McUmlel was in Owe u 1rllbyIweeks It somntvbat tnnprovtrl MAGAN Jaa31 Sevetul left h1r en IOUW ttJW1 lust week lluronro con templuaing going next wok Tito birthday dinner given by Mr Stoatia Taylor Sunday In honertrf his dolughtm GollI IGth btntltday was highly nujorell by uR prtrseni Lula MldklfC and sitter yfeikd- thelr hrotbr at Ralph Saturday and Snnlay SOlIl lm this community attend olrtJertralnlllcnt at lit Morl1h FrI evening Mr C 11 Greet of Cahalan Mo vlsting tnauds and relattts 711 this IelnltIon i DORRIALE arDISASTER Many Miners lilted Bj 0 Gas Explosion Browder Muhtenberg County of Another Gieat IScene of Life U a Rrekport Ky Feb 2Speohal- u RepublicanTlie mt1ot or Browder In Mulenburg county today n strrj of ruin and descr1prCfkt the result uC yesterehys mine disascr which COt many miner their lives lkdJes of fifty vIctims have atrendy been recot tTd Wid thou bodies are lying In an tnnprotiho morgue awaiGlug IdcntlCfcrJJoI That there Is dill II largo number of mln 1tllS enUvnbcd In the flttry furnace thcre Is no doubt it 13 s1matd thud Chore w CTe tiaycntylvo mon at work In the 111 fated mines when the WldJblo dlPlbt1r cccUrd Already turfy brdlczl have barn recovered and reurers arc at work cnkJllr- Int to mach the oroombed rose none of whom can possibly be alive The explosion which cost the miners thor lIvCII occured at DlmdtT Atinan yesterday ternu The news of to disaster sptsaad llko wild flro and boon tho enUm populaton were cougre gaited at the mouth of the mines swat lug news of their loved ones The agonized cnles of gray haired mothT Intermingled with the heart rendering scrcanus of wlvcs and the oJ1hul19 were lltiful Indued Strugf nuell wept like babies at the though of the horrlh3e file of heir lie i fortunate friends The shock of 1hI oxpleslusn shook the ontro cousry for ndlos around Flnully t1 c waa lowered unto w mines mal iIcrowd usvawted above IlL mscathdrsd- suspemFe What hljl bees tho tat f the entombed minbr Woulll they be- alivo or dead These ihoughts pt d JhroUh the crowd WjIL tlltlnnJ h41lraistng tlf Ute cage wundid und hJ crowd began J ins forward 11I cage was pllwl rip wilt hltlcleanetl tul charrfd bodies of men who JIII tered the mllll 11ii t morning n s tu l tUrn a1ty The atxre vps t pitiful ore and the srlJat t oxclmentp- revalled Tlno loved ours prr eetfar ward to clalui tIlClr eland and tIIjlrI btxllt8 wore rwn removed Ill J ell In the ImprnvIod uiorgn A large nosculDgIMrtv was ogmized and worked nil Ilgb long In hdl ef- Cortu to reach the bd 1 of the dyad and to reacun the llvint if there were auy Thv won lc of r CUe was slow and difficult fJl1 rccouri ol the gas and foul air and chn mn were forced to leave tho mines tines und again Today the Maus IIIY Is sdll at work hilt aro uuibl t remain In the mir s oniy n sll r while at abame Ills thought that til may j jcettyl of tic IYdtes will bo rec vtr oil by tnnight The cau rt the oxplosion tYems to be a myr y and no oilO EUAS to know what wrx rc- 81lllble for it Hemmed In 1I1e rots in n trap due minors met IL1 awful t durJl The burnIng sat SWrlJ the retp1liltsins tar the dead unlna are bing1- UJl1oo to the reeve and fttr iho funerats arc Rescuers are hard at IJrollI11lIon5I thought the fate of the minis wlll bo night Hrowder Is a suutll mining town lnaaed on the L N Rail roud near Drakesboro Ono wlntbl man John Rich IILon and four colored men lIylt Sprall- Colulnbull Sptall floury Maeiuu and WIII Berry wore former rtShkJ s of Ohio oouJ Death of Mr John Smith Mr John Smith dtl ut ids home to Taylor Mhin1 Wednesday night after ICew days UllCS Mr Snttha- ssts Otte of the oldest und nnt sub stantLl1 citizens of the county Had lie lived until Duch lIe would Imvo reached the ago of 81 years lIr was tho father of M15 Nicholas BamlS and grand father of Mr E G Bar ravs Circuit Court Clerk of Olilu county Ho was laM to rext at TaY lor Mines yetlerdiy nCteTlIool1 lit 230 oclock + ddn thus prsenco of relatives and tomowing friends I DUNDEE Fob 2Rsv Bailey will fill hIs rvg- lar tIIIjllnt1mcnt n1 hula placo uesct Sunday aight- Suncily Sehoel atthoDaptlst church 1VCStRctta aiud lJn3 Huff of the Oak L tFV C Orcivenel boehoodwenefteguesta o thelicbll M Oeitly and FI ale Po urda7nndid3SMr Watt a can OW I were the Sufcts of Mr Stevens td- ter a Mrs W M Brown Saturday Mr Combla Nabors who hUH been r sick for the past week Is able to bout o again I Mr Columbus KIng entertained his friends Saturday night with a party which was largely attended and all report It nice time Un AbbIe Shreve tthc guest of- Mr Sluwors patents Mr and Mrs Josh Shrove near Narrows the last of last week Mrs Myrtle Omni And 3111 Valttrla- Harriwn worn the guc 9s of Mrs Urants aunt 3IL Kato FccmlIloC Sutphur Springs Monday night 1111199 Verllo Duke of IbrJord was of hw mother Mrs V M I Duko Sundayj Suoctss to the Republican I Napoloons Grit noersaIdie trocbesII tors have all tailed dont lose heart DlsIlungIs sufferers It masters stub bron colds obstinate coughs horn orrhages la grippe croup asthma hay lever and whoopingcough and Is the nilbronchialbottle free at all druggists t PLl1iy DIVIDE I rJJP THE NEYENUE Continued from Flnsh Page yes ur course this plan willserve to reduce materially the amount paid out each year for sppclal Judges and will not work any great hardship on the regular judges The bill passed the senate by a vote of 29 to G and its almost assured of passage In the house The members of thin legislature seem to be more phtlanthroplctlly Inclined than most legislatures have been heretofore for they are showing a keen desire to put the prisons and convicts on a better basis than they have ever been before SQnator Thom as of Bourbon has Introduced three companion bills on this subject and they have already Jlassed the senate The first bill passed Is known os the Indeterminate sentence law and pro rides that the circuit must fix acjterty and says further that the Judge shall not fix a sentence for a shorter period than the minimum penalty nor one longer than the marlmum pen alty The second bill provided for a more comprehensive system of granting paroles to convicts who have obeyed the rules and shown Indies Uons of penitence and reformation It further provides that no convIct shall be paroled who has not served ns long as the minimum penalty term for the crIme for which he was convicted anti that when he Is paroled the agent of the state provided for In the law shall secure him some employment before hue Is released It will be the duty of this agent M keep track of each paroled man and have him bbught back if he misbehaves himself The third bill which passed the rwr tioNtGrelK Brktae buy trt nlpkk 1gNttt elMjikeft f exportIngthe fiats sends hundreds of thousands of toss of Quaker pats to Great Britian and flTheEnglish and Scotch have for centuries eaten oatmeal In quantities and with a regularity that haS made them the most rugged physically and active mentally of people American has been eatingoatmeal and all the time to improve the methods of manufacture so that he might get that desirable foreign trade How well he has succeeded would 4l1IoportsregularIOced tinS for hot climates S- Isento Friday provIdes that one or the penitentiaries shall bo converted Into a state reformatory In shall bo confined no convIct whichI years of ago and no man been convIcted more than once It lie Is under 30 These three meas ures if all become the law are ox= petted to make a decided Improve moot In Prison conditions as they are along the lInes of laws that have been successfully operated In a num fr 11 bet of other states The state agent under thIs law will also be required to look after the children who are released on parole from the schools of reform at Lexington f Governor and Mrs Willson will tgive their first public reception to the members of the legislature on Tuesday evening Feb 8 from I to 11 clock and the legislators are already figurIng on what they wm wear III yJjflFECTLY LaeWATISFImry I 16 gallons otwalerwhereheated to pressure waler Is used mprerionIst anytcan be moved awa from waterlofirethe house It takes the place of reservoir fl iO iG = 1T Iuur = YOUR COOKING N GLSSITIES11C- an be easily supplied at this Store We carry every size in Cooking Stoves from the oldtime StepStove up to THE GREAT MAJESTIC the King among the Stove productions II of the agesIThe body of this great Stove is made qf one piece of Charcoal Iron 1t is fined throughout with pure asbestos board The top is madeofMaIIeable Iron and ispositively unbreakableit All joints cold rivited and airtight requiring much less fuel to heat the oven to the required tempature Charcoal Iron will neither crack rust or crystalize IIIUbodiment of every MAJESTIC RANGE NOT CHEAPEST I BUT LEAST EXPENSIVE INr I THE LONG RUN A E Barnes BrQ I BEAVER DAM KrJI liEnI 1 J 1 I st J 1 f r t N y gal i Jr- I 4 J p w cs R S c L p V 4 r1f O FAIRS f fII PRINVNTnHY SAlE The Biggest the Grandest Sale ofthe Season will be FAIRS PreInventory 1 fotSALE Beginning Saturday Feb S- And Extending to Feb 17 DONT MISS UCAN NOT AFFORD TO GOODS I MUST MOVE REGARDLESS r fOF FORMER PRICES t Saturday Specials MCus 150 Ilath nh 50c Boys 25c Corduroy psn lOc Best Prints 5e Best 20e Table on Cloth 15c Good Heavy Domestic e Best lOe Heavy OutingssGlcGood Apron GingluunsO c Best lOc Dark Style Gingiains7cExtra Wide 2Oc mbtoidcr esH1 I up Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 1iIInoI8CentralRailroad TI rtt t Table At Beavor Dam Ky- 1tlorth r ROIIII Sonth Bound KoIU due 15 a m NO1tldreltA54ltu- No 14sd0e1420pU No nnde218pm Moto2due218pm Noitleue8O5pn NewC- ommercial Hard Hartford lb UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything flrstclas The best rt 10 tare servcd right Thn comfort und I welfare of all guests C ICSlally lookoal after SpecIal uttontiuu to lxaveling non Rate L per day SpecIal rate o regular boarders Your patrrti- go solicited I GEO L STEELE Proprietor ffl PENNY WISE ANDjPoUND FOOLlSIJ are the powOna who neglects their teeth No money outwaJghx the prlc let g treasure ut n mouthful ot nutuntl teeth ltavu thorn oiled I bridged crwned or use any arty Iii tidal mmnosot ptrtiutrvingthan but key Your tooth by putting them In tlto caro of lIAltDIN BELL Oftico In Ropubliatn Bldgt- JIitrtford Icy Phone 215 II rd tit Bring your Furs to US Carson A smile tit satisfaction goes with every SuIt sold by Carson Co Mr Drc9s Well buys LIBERTYY SPECIAL Illts at Carson C Cos It you want good nom at a low prlco you had better get busy Illertford Grocny Company Dirs Martino IIeuu4ltt city is the guest ofMbs Editlt TScheaior Liver more Icy Mr C S MoxllY Coun y Surveyor gavo us ti pleaant call while in town Wednesday Judge W ICDalm luFrank- fort several days tliLs weak UWIIIUUg Court of AI1laals Mr T F Tanner IIelllu pall oUr otfjce nvmy platsunt ctU while In town Wednet uyIRev Virgil Elgin will cUltdllCf t egtn I lar iervlcltJ It tiro Motl1011h1 dllllch Sunday at Ii t tn and ill in Rev R D Boanutt city Ilf theJ guest of his dsughtar Mrs Dirry- II4tcharil of Lntdsy111c Icy Dr E U lendllLOn spntst tr yr al- r1ty this week wlh his snTrlmbIQ who 1s n1umllng the IIchIr telegraphy nt Valplram tad W E Evils at the Hartford 11l1I 1 Cos Planhu lI1Il Js paying cash or Eggs IIides4 Furs Sheep Pclta nil kinds of Poultry alt Mr fill Mrs P L Felix have It I from Louisville air Fe1lxs f from the dtcctsof too cmifm which came near proving fatal i1ln along slowly but satlsfnctorUy I DltrslscNe1 Thomasour elftcientcar s ndont at Natrows paid our offlcu Jkxisfnt call while vulllng the c heS examinUotr this week Sho t aceoaupanled by1I1s Lula Loyal IJ wlj Rlguest fJudgc R R grid famllY1 The new bakery which Is bring 4 d by 1IIrW C 8chlemmor will 4 bo Ix occupllncy and tbeJlntilcthtg which la being creel R- ouvdcrlUy nit wry EIlfagtljolnhng s for thti purpose nt hatldling poultry 4- fli nliln making iatleftetocy progrys- Ilartfords 7 now f1vntheusaml tint a- Iar IhfllOtJJI nmlrDg compkltl11 find 3 alt thtit uutt ollZms could ask in 1 tho YIIY or iI sal aylo building ltt will bit the lunar ctimmlxlfoua and L hand cmo art airy ou the i A lines outeJdn or thy tlf3t ndlccCtntclaSJ 1 eltfes I1- X1 I tr 15 M Woo1wnrd andwife hate retl ned from their 111c1131t1otrJP though the West Y Dr Layton oR Rockport was in town Tierney having Drs Harlln Bll to TClllr his teethrDlr P M Drown MclItWY and 1tr- L T nnrnud 1Vue t Jlartfvrd were among our callers yactcrdny Mr Wlrren Minesof Bowling Grrx lt tttlttd Mr J R Phppa and family soveml days last week IlIrf A E Pato left yrstetrlny for rmore to visit lice IILsterlnolnw- 1tJ ClallIco Ahh for i few dy Capt James M Deweese of Owens visitorlntnongday Tr E n Ilardlu Il dentist ut Dlad- tsonvllle was the pucat of his brother Dr Trace Ilardin the local dent let n few days last week Noah White the grocer makes a- specialty of the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good tliings to eat Leavo your Laundry at Cleve pers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville I Steam Laundry Madlsouville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tti Leave your laundry at Pates panl torum for the Richmond Steaut lauu dry Itichmuntl lad The laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tc A E PATE Agent Mr Jey Foster who hale been crneY td wllh the Funrlh Dktrie- Lrtdcr a lIardlllHIIlg a editor fur kvetill uunrlts lets resigned to 1UCIII ills old ito +t1nn Hs SIlbIII1I1I wlll- Fllr Cu lla1ttord Ky lcarc your laundry wllh L01111 Duke IInrtConi Grocery Culnpnty for thu IUchmulid Steam latunlry- Itictmond Indlulla This latutdry always Jes ltIIIICllnn Prulllilt delivery Satlefnct ou guarauticd stf When hungry If you w1l1 drop Into the City Utst11IUh your will fhtdsct before 3 U xitdrout any long walt a- tepting array ot good tlllnls that thoroughly satisfies the inner mutt Also a full line ot cwrfectioitertes cigars and soft drinks Arbuckle- Cu cater to the best tlule anti con duct their business In L way that Insures It 4t4- Mr David Dug lu an Igd cldel1 ur 11t East FordLvlllu ti lghbniiIi wad- L11 dYHl otll1Clrt failure nuu lIch all Statlon W4clnlllay uturtbtg lie had gotta front his liomr that 0519- tar the purpcs lit taking the trtln to ecmu to IIurI Cord and svnr walk lug elown the track whoa the attock Caine JI1tJ1ls who umC present dck- cd hint up hough llfo was practically extinct at unit tlml Scei the Jm11lf1I1Oo ul1 of our popular buslnrs ftl11l UnII1IlIeI Company In this urine Mr 1 U tiiitrd the wmlor motnbrr cot the 111111 Is on of the best merchants In the Green RIve cOllllhy utd ha sphitikl stores nt- lLvrrmor runt Sumllltous He hits recontl told the one at IIcr110ron- n11 the tvanrfer will he mttto this welc III U1rnIll makes the trio Ill order tu give Ills enure time to UM otltcr polar- Mr S M Wilson of Luvell tfyn- ruet a Ilh Il serious uIldellt ot din cou =lb UII to 24th day lit inn tutry 1910 Dlr Wilson land gone I t to Llueoht OH Lt IIHhleltl DJIIII- tCI and while titan lie fell nil some fie out the street redulttng In n doublet suture of the left eLbow Thq nu- IIIeroue I rrlCulH and relstlveH ot olr eoutllyuilllregret Wllsol1 iH n Tuctlto of our towns mait Judge J n 1VJIso- n7hc ctUzen t nrlItrlfllrd teed of nuglrk lolicmnan hair made 4I suliLvrlptton uhrh wllJh ruplt- nvrntd by the City CtuncJ to ample j 3fr lhed Rnbelt ln r ItuUertSn- svlll make n Ilandld OWON Inel this s somethitlg that lartfurd has netdn- or 1011lml not only art protect aairctdzens faun drunken rrnadien at haul tlf tile might hut to prntecti- nJrcRty E as well and It will be n- plCndld r ynocautlou against s sur t pr tt fire jn the bustntss wtrt of the Ity In the early marnlug hourtlMhen c hero wlll be no one parent to turn 1 the alnna- Ilerit CASH Sts clnlxfur daySaturlay only ti lib con ot Red Kldnny Deaus25e v- clues ot Stlmn u2lic3bcalillof Tomatots25cc- arts of heavy 4Jght Oystens25e- otny ut lrlltl U of 25c- Ib4 ot We Prunes i26c 6 pkgs of Soda lSc a tuna of Umrtnrd Swtdlucs 25o- pkgs Uo It Post Talu4cs26c Si tick ot Fluut sro tI Bacon hy the piece per lb t7c y std by the can per lb16 I2c- Sugar ber ver 1101 llOlInd r7 to bucket of ChIt o Sauborn- CufftC tt93oj I 1 IIIttnltown f Air P s 11 Mcrcitmacl htrs rrctgt ly- pute14 d n flue farm nttar 1Va3ne- sI9io 11 yuo c9ntty Mtsstlslppl and wm in l slmrt Jms 1Unovtr tlwe Iflt h faintly to makes rthelr futtue- ailhw Me Moreland has boo i 1- cltfzlJlI yr Ohio county for a UIIII lit tr anti nlnro reoantly t eH of ILirtfoid lie and ins taut that its many wane friends pure O wil Ic sorry to lose them fran tuitl Hu CtUrlt with lulun tUtllIOIilwantyrhrce nppllcanta for mutma- lshool 1IlIkmls were oxamined by- Suttsrlir lU1t lit henry lxtch tit the Cl1ur hIt In Jlnrttoul Lat Friday and Saturdy Ot the twenty + lueu a1- p1ctnt Panty I UHtc tho eumltta tion slice sfully tnd will boe granaid- dlploults Tltute ottnned nO U tol Iws Alta lcIIIl11n Fllydlrt Inilcr hula liP Everett Truman Orville Llpyd Euneo Shultz Ruth rlcbenor- Orda 1111 Isabel Bonn CIII 1V Di Rnllel ltttwlIer lalrrt JrIyl 1 rcltenor KUIk 11111 BtII- Ete Baz Iva Sttuart barn Wfll- Wltkr 11111 tulley 1Ve ICIfI- hlnln F x Jul D 1od wttl Myra- BLhatl Marriage Licenses- T II Itcuder Beaver Iant to Nan ILle tnhhx Beaver Dam O 1 lIalzo Simmons to Iattla- DlckelU I Hll11molll- JlCl1n McClure Point Pleasant to Ollie Kui lleh 1ohit Pleasant S C tender llarifotd tit UlIl1l1le Render liraver 1lIm 111eit Bailey WllIlalll JIue to Jm ll1lht Wlllitans Burnes 1 O Iclauuay Rockport to Mar SUioet A iteld ItuckporL- Iiarnrv Taylor ITartfold to Pearl Kirk Hartford Sauunl Neighbors Dundee to ma 1 lat Minder J L Cltton Prentls to Katie Reu- tder lllI Tram Elvin Urfartilorse Branch to Rosa Peynolds Horse Rranch II 1 Babbitt orclsllIe to Lillie Petty lorlmlIle- AdulII KLIIIISPI Ircntiv tv 1111 Ih c1l1allIIIItf l T E liuuley RuckIH1t to 311 n- Juh1w1111 Allhllrn Ky- S1nut I J Kirk Fouthv111 tu Sco vleII ft III lath Enlbl y 1 t izetosvat I7 IP Iptvh ILtrtforal to tnua- DnlrtiJar fod Court Notes The ccamiulug rrlrl d fstill Spencer whltllI11 wIth CilLun Cotprr and his btutlltr Paul Caopur hUlL a cotrlalernbie shuothtg madl LtForl vlltc December 2th wa held h- iforrludgo Hrluleruu atFordvllbD- onthuy TJIo evdeuca ll tended to show tint Spciicet actte In coifd funs mud the antra 111111111 dl cIJlll- od hIm Cllrtllll COljl r al1I111Ivlml ly wtlved exnntluuing trial Iud Pawl Cooper has not yl t lJn npprthefld eel e Twd 1hoi front GIOIfUWI1 Ky- M ick Henry u111 lhl SlmmrJIIs j are=tail It DlllldJ Monday afrritrntO- IL a charge ut carrying ccncPII1- Ikadl taeapons Tht r avrii brmji lit beforo Iuelge 11edding lausday anti butt dcuded guilty u the cbagl II 41 Colts WJr futrud UII iue uutl a 12 is try Johnlflll rn tll+ rttlt Ihp- plld ti wLh iIto court hut 1j4 hr- r i JJ wlthom Uoaigae tI LI j ill rnllsing bat It111t auTe they would jWUIII liuute lord t ud hark nil t y to In thrh Ut n y w 11111 artl to gu uld hk 11mi U Judge W 11 DIllllS cud lieut Ben D ilnge argued tlha c n of M- rIy vs Ilumilton Imfntu rmlltorApp Qslnetday clue Ija suit to tll pos eslon of Intd undo 111 ltle wtlclt wag IeIltly trkil CrcuiL Court here and IJlPaled 1n11iI Con of ArJIU13 1VIllnms Goat Corn lrtnl vs CwIpr- ruhch I was tried Ill Clucult eumt here IIelCIred1 tl Cuutd ttf Appea1K vas submitcd far jUrlgCllltIIlt hy that IIIUL Tutwday Tlue Kuntgcky LIght Power Com piny vi WJlllnms an appealed earr tOm tIia Ohio Circuit Court was ad- ll1clll und submltttd for judgement Tuesdayr Notice II All mombers ot Hartford Local ro 01 arnurgently requletclc to attelld- mleU g of said locall win clu will ltelrl at the courthouse ill Hartford r- turda February Gill 1910 at which too thtt elretlblr pt Weres for the car 1910 will be lucid Every ntrm Is npo requested to bring 150 11t e 1910 duns t- lj F W PIRTLE Pr13s I 2 C L SUTH Sect STANLEY WINS DEMO COATIC NOMINATION Over Clements and Givens By An Overwhelming Majority Tire Domocrablc prhnary olectint held In his Sccond Cone ISloml1- 1IJticL WclIlIty uC this week I- CshuJ 114 all twatwlrchuiug victory tr late + lIt t IISIfftmall lluu A 0 Strutlcy Than WPIO two uthr e 1- ttoJILUts Iho Iloit IVegl CJttu t- Bd Irviet r Illir nLtl Judge r C- ieenotl of 1111111 c only Ilr Cleat DI1I1t11CNbvturous fight Hft dud nun Judge- Ctvrets who is editor tiC 4FU lirutl ere a Gle un w Tim reurns rduis- sLt out of he 16000 wrus pu4kx- lLndty rocetvcd nurra thsvn 10001- IIveta reoerl 3070 anti Clr tnrnta 2 Mil I11 Sulaley uurt thin 50- 0majlvy 0 ovtr bath oppn nI Stnley carkd sx enuies nu rf t1e egb CII1IIIIlrI3 ltS The strong fI = ht u1ltch l Shirley hllfi undo 111 hdlf of t15 t hacco grassers ill cougeke ttthd Multi In lily reoo and the rrllllt enlphaNzcN- svlrat tJt4cs IIIIIWoJ Ius btea clalmh- rtuwtbue that tt lot l1tHI1 IPcle iu nenulitt tilty its Oil eiattr ck- III Kenhtcky lit the nrlclh111 I1l- sIlet who hits not toed by the faro left agttluisY the tllllt Join J C Ilerss Library I have just ulllo111Il taenyIlvu uiu- UMIcs Ynlll Ole ulloWl11 t kl p Ii book out one wt ik ON1Y OUt or town IUhOOIUIIN lllrty ka t hm our twi- iaak I It 1tt rurued by 11111- 11UmlI the honk Is eons tuul I will luril easti her ore fur flit library Intl you Hlhcwlll 1I flats ICheap Land for Sale Is acres of gund lallel one stud one half miles Iollih of Mcllnry tear It- T Uendrl Ier4I Cord box lion- weehcr boarded sthlc orchulll and uevorIfailtng well Trntselrctgr fol cash Apply tu n aet Smith CENTERTJWN- eb 21 W Sora r anti ftnlIb here gone to OhhQuima- d11ti O K Rml Ittluld K 15 here t 1rllluig 112v ptuet4i 0 H itus- kct turd wife J e and J B ItltSl iii out tt sick list ifs Alta Caintvty Sultllhl14 i- 1eto Ii visiting leer l1lvtlwl 1 DL Allah Eric ilatcher os with uJ agahr tit ur a short visit 10 Atkunias turvetlI lhN J1ury Mclihutey hots irturuu i- to l her tttnsir ehlss O1t 7ityiul Mltrr- 1ir Clauds Rend r turd wllCnlcl seta Tmtu urn lucre vhlting nln- 1lws and tJIr many lrhads A cepttul wa iJirnl at dll haute ttf A9tlu 1Jc Steps Slit Coal heels the Lunge QUICKSCOUOH If not brttcj thenany other money back J C J1lENDENlULL MEDICINE CO LYANst ILLe NE ttention Wool Growers h1IlIhlniurnbert rf A S d g hiving wool are oiuutxtv 1111 rrl tn be ut this nteothtg g e UA IIW htuu 1 DL SlEVAltI See I HICKORY CHURCH Firntets III lnty Unrnitug tnJlnc- hlIo lira lnIJ Ilumuuy and dtughI Mtu Ollie i42ner Ianu hv b111 tie guosta of ltlaivr hl Ju pay t k Miss Muble JrWI vl4d frttid near Ctvnnvsil a fuse days In i wtek- D11irs Rhoda Lonch mal Mat I Porter 1b1 I ails inn r Bolt ltuy fast Frltlay night MI U1alllo WliNI1r11 wai tIll guest of WaIH+ r Ilch Sunday SetcraI tmlll hire attended chueh It Beaver Dan Suudny night 31r S T Wllllal11s and fauuully Bolt Itny lId Mr turd Mrs Jt n WJlIhmli Ill Mt Motet 11Dliauts nod doter- Sophla and MISS Clara iuuyd t aver taut were the gtiets of bII C N Tay- r and 1lel Mary Saturday ulgltt- Nits Ollie Mute Leach waif tit Roll Roy ruesday Miss Dalnra IlCnchIt Jfauut ylon- cttirned humo last Suuday after a weeks visit with her cousin 1I- 1lItlaIt1ach fob Roy- Mcsrs ltcryl Hl1lnGl of R ohm mud 111 DtviAuf this 1lltCInulII Jp to DEtllUlI11 IIartfard flYingIun Saturday Mira Mrtbh 13ntrt Is lie gtu her grand Parents i ir IIIId Mrs Loon trdiLeuchRob Roy guestN iiiIathooch 1R nu Urttrr rut tJMs writing Mr Juhu II nr IRIhand Mr Bert Davls vat l trleztde neur Ixceiso Sunday flerIlOlIlof I WIIITESVIlLE sriIto husband lIled lbeout two wo ks ago Nutt moved to her fathuout tIll Iultcitfleld road lu the lower tdge or town Onis Gear lft fa Rnollug Green Iondn+ y where he will enter churl Ruby rate whu ltas h11 visiting- Intrl Ilasvard id ILtlhI tho past tan days 1cn441 bruu Friday llII ilolUtixl our new luu ber let fr 5 lmuls Dirnnlay Dlr 11011111- 1sulll h s shop to lrtnn5 huff who I now ruuuhtg It lavrd Mtuula tM boy cut In til- aIHInI1 nhlIt tae wWkll agrt I- Jmatr Ernest Fuqua lit stile tar ba till gulll- Inl Wtpltfhktf1I cfflelrttdiivl small Mu llllary Whjtl4f hrs lUll hiw job tad will firm agent- Otte Kelley matte t3uu ltlgIkut tn d- aI the high behool nlidntrnt fxtl1l11ln Lion ill cI11 A anal Snskc Patti b- hJgIIOfj In cllLI U- 111NnCf Futpta went to Owc hum yre terdty- Laura 11ard ni ant whom tlreln has- lecu a I much gna p hmllh1t 11 cauutry died I her Moral nbeuc rh tours south we or hnre Pods Is lrrttunly 111 bolt iily lull alaIS crowd hu nit IJy g Ill I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the- Signature of To Whom It May Concern 111 putleH tuter d In Ill Fann era f tOIICIatln 1 nilhette hUSIIIS3 of tIe leuterlmvu viclniiy are ie- questcal to he rlCIIt a uuttn of the dhecturs cf I1r pntIl1u11 ar- gilttllatinil nu the first 8a111l1ll11Ijhl to chluan Hlltl lit oclock 111t lug to lie al J B Maddois store I ARL JACKSON Se- cyChlidron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA CEDAR GROVE Jau tlIntl Crtch ttaaelm II littea very IttielfsiIag menu IUII 1rlday Friday nigh anti I11I11r PiII1IW lu thIs cunnnuu4ty are eery hu y Uurtiu phil buds Mr tHlll Mrs hill Renfros5 rsit- rd Ilatlv at Nerrusvs TIursday rid FridayDIIssI O a Dttuln ln the irll ur Mlrtva DInuh uutl 11Hgh11iddinK Sunday tutghut Srvrral tIrota Otk have tUlItIem tin 1111fttlII mw ting bnte Snhuday 111 Jack WrlkI l1Inw vivt ed at Mr CIIIt1 Wddlnf Sunday Mr and Jlrs it J Duff Sulphur Springs visited then elIIIIAhHI Dlrs- h1 W Pubgau Bttmala trl1ll So tttlay- Jir N B 11h ntalI 1Ii trip 1llIr Ill Ssuda I u A Reliable Reme- dyiClTJRRH is quidj nbertrd Giles netiet tat Orcc It rieuuos 111 prnttinIIrUIIII rtattin frat ttrrhmud drrR- iary aCol11II thlk al fuikl JII r- ihu SIH of Tt r utd Stnrtl Fullro liIlroll IIlly Jlrnfhcl1lili Wrlrlfll Sr t N w Ycri 1 MI UiIatriwct 7 utpucuSic3p rtic lUIlOI p- aXOiVui n ioj puny IIlusa8lap oitaprbn tutu J11 ut I JlIO q 3alott3JoJaPilictaptntJM utnfd J1aflrJrllunb 534011 O llwlt a141us SJJldllrutu3 4aiuq utIclmSUSoodJO Z3uq uo paduclc tutu ayl cl X1So 9SH90H m ancaJ lnta- JodUif Lour 1111 ft- utlgVinp 11111- JJ lntt UJoI11 id 01 fr laam8po f ueonotuofl3g o- IIena JO aaA1S- N ve jp L + cTa s rr9 i a 5 vr r f 1 M M t r1Y1e T 6 3ry 4 t+ 4 4 I v s IraI t lAS PRODUCED MANY GOVERNOR Kentucky Leads All Other States in That Respect f Executive Chair of Sevente- eStates Have Been Filled by Bluegrass Sons The Lexington Lender contains I copy of the paper which J W Town semi Librarian of the Carnegie Li brary at Lexington author of Tin Life oflUclwrdMenifccarid other his torlc worksroud before the meeting of the Ohio Valley Historical Association at Frankfort and at another time by request before tho Filson Clot of Louisville The title of the paper is Kentucky Mother of Governors and it gives tho names of the ono hundred awl four KcntucklaiiB and adopted w m who liavo gone to other States to become later the Chief Executive Missouri leads in Kcntncklans nt Governors with a total of ten namely Lllburn W Hoggs 1S3C Thom as Reynolds IS ID John C Edwards JS1S Claybouin F Jackson IKOO Tlenjaniln Grntz Drown 3S70 Suns Wootun 187 Charles II Haidln 1S74 Thomas T Crlttcnden 3SSO David n Fraud 1SS3 Will III 111 J Stone 15- 9Illinois stands second Following were her Governors from Kentucky Nathaniel Pope appointed Secretary of the Territory twenty days after Its organization 1S09 Joseph Duncan 1834 Tliomu Gnrlln 1S3S Rich ard Yates 1SCO Richard J Oglesby ened as twelfth foutteenth anti eighteenth Governor John bL 1al lust 1SCS Shelby bL Cullom 1S7C 1S8U Indiana comes third with James D Roy 1 t9G Henry Smith 1ane 1SCO Claude Jlathews ISO Ohio has two JloorelJ3hhop TerriIterlnl JWb1eltas Governor Henry JI Rector who was burn In Jxmlfiville in 1S10 was elected in JSCO Otl till sixth Governor of Arkan pae while Thoiiias J Churchill of Louisville was elected n 1SSO as the thirteenth Chief Executive uIbcrnatolalwas elected in ISli David S WulUfr Will ulected the seventh Oovenmr of Florida in 1SC3 Jle was the only one to rove from Kentucky Prnnli 1 Hunt born at Newport Ky was the riCh Governor of lilaho 1n1000Coy Edward W I loch of Kansas wlio it serving his second term Is a former Krntuckinn Two KMitneklans hove occupied tlo Jovcnsors chair In Louisiana Robert C VIckllffo lS5ii JoMnm linker 1SC7 Willis A lornifin of Kentucky wiu the second Territorial Governor of llIIwtOIIl IS 1557 Monliiim lirts the VisM1i Slices in having K iiHi llans us Clrtf Ex ecutive Green Clay Smith Sninnol T HmiMT 1SW PIf HiGriI Leslie 1SS7 Hulioi U Smith InraniIbentNilntisltii bas IonVntt Ilc1i nutaoii 1K1S Alvln Saundcr ISfil Joseph S Ulnulcbnrii whose iKllt heal armor Is of intern iloiinl fame lsl- othm r win of KontucUy to rulo 1IorIono of the ratted Stnt n GoviriuM Ile served ns Governor Ute CiiiiolXoiie until a few mouths agoI wlicn lie rituriKd in KiiiincUy amid retired from limo I IIIIHtlIII TelllllIltIvbi JlHWklns LSSO Denlou AlcMlllln 1SW who WIIH reclifted In 1H01 Texas hUll two The first 1ruvlnclal Governor i f Texas was Henry South of Kentucky In 135 10 Kentucklans have IIMI sirvod In tilt Chief Ecxcntlve char of Utah They nrt Ell IL Murray 1SSO Caleb W Wet 188- 6Altlwuglt nine Virginians have Ferv etl us Governors of Kentucky Joint Plood was the only Kentuckian to hold the gubernatorial chair of Virgin la He was elected In 1830 Mr Townticnd also gives the history of the adopted sons of Ken tuck who have been Governors of the various States and Territories The article Is one cf the most com l rehciiBtvc that has ever beer written on this particular subject 675 F LM jVs AVO nro a intinlipr of Hurl ford odpe Xo 075 P ft A M we may be accused tlf not only attempting but- of r bolus rally guilty of tooting out 1 I ri I 01 own bon But we feel just fed in saying that our lodge Is prosixsrlnj as It new prospered before w d this prusperiiy is the not alone to the efforts rf any Vile member but to the concerted efforts of many mem hers No Mnsonip lodgo In the county or State has a morn zealous dud efficient Master one who is putting forth greater efforts to make hit lodge the best nor can there be found a Master who has n greater lovo for Freomnbunrynor bright active Masons nnd aro not only performing well tho duties which they are expected to perform ns of fleeir but aro ably assisting the Manta and leaving nothing undone that II will In any wny benefit the lodge and the cause of Freemasonry Our Stewaids are excellent They know their duties They perform them in n Masonic manner They have no fun They inject no levity commendIOur Secretary is serving Ills first term but should ever beer In mind that upon him depends to n very great extent the success of the lodge because when records nro not properly kept there will bo great din satisfaction among the membership Important buslnrwj will bo neglected anil the lodge will soon go to ruin Our Treasurer Is a Jolly whole soulod followoue who Is always ready to receive funds from tho hands of the Secretary giving receipt for Inline and paying lodge warrants when pr ncrly drawn J ills duties do no necessarily require his presence nt every meeting of the lodge but he Is one who believes In punctuality Our Tyler Is tho best of all for he knows when the members need water fire aprons etc mod he knows that If It were out for his great love for Masonry and the boys ninny members of the lodgo would frill to gall ad mission because It would he us diffi cult for them to give the password as for u camel to go through lilie eye of a needle Out Chaplain Is one of the oldest members of time lodge mind he is a MIIKCII In tired anti in truth He flint attends his church nod then his lodge which Is clearly the duty of every good Mason Mammy does not piofrss to do for man what the religion of our Saviour will do but to be u IUl OIl at Hart and to llvo It wll make a unit better and nil things that make men bttt1 should bi classed as good timings HUB r dThose Pies of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boyhood No plea now ever taste so good Whats changed the pies No Jim you Youve lost tho strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver tho peers kidneys the regular bow Inlliled Acomnleto toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of digestion Try them Theyll restore your hoy hood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor iOc at all druggists BALD KNOB Feb 2111C tare wy busy pn Ktrlirg for lamming In tits nclghbor hood Mrs 1 A 13 vl who fell ltd has heon very wick Is Improving Mm Susan Nlcliolson of Holt Roy wilt has been very slcl for somotlmc i8 tai biKr- Tlk entHttlitmnit given nt toy Hchool hoii tt Was tine lbelcI war u wry Urge crowd present M r- Ote UallMco tliicliHr taught us a gaTd ithiol Vn wish him mncli nu cds Ann In tlui IutllleIilrtlidny dlnnrr Chas 1st It ww her ishtyrfgbt blrhduy Thosu who wemvs iFpaftcift WIII MMWH 111111 taiidrrfnr and Edgar GlUraj cf imwll and Mls ros Harriet M e- end Gmi A Sinderfur l Mr Henry Taylor wlm IVIK linen on the sick list fur Mnvitime Is much betla r eI S10O Reward 100 Tho redcrs of this paper will be pleased to leiirn that there Is at least mo dreaded disease that science been able to cure lu all is stages tI1i1I that Is Catarrh Halls Catnrrh Cure Is the only positive euro now known to the niodlcal fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease re- quIres a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mutious surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the j disease and giving the patient strength by bulldlrrg up tho constltu j tlon and assisting nature In work Tho proprietors have to theyI faith In its curative powers that offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure Send for list of testlnionkils Address P J CIU3XKV CO Toledo O Sold by all druggists 7Cc Take Halls Family Pills for Constipation I y w 414f 4f5 rqr Pre i9 LOW RATES TO NASHVILLE ij Great Industrial Expositior Open February 28 J Many Attractions for Tho Pub lie and Everything Free On Monday Fob 28 Tho Nashvill Exposition will throw open Us door to the public Inviting them to see under ono roof a beautiful mud In structlvo exhibit Illustrating the prog rcs and achievements of commorc and Industry and sholwng what I latest In the products of the ftcte4 of this country A merchants ex position one which keeps then abreast of what Is iii ucdern Ild nptodato In merchandking BUSINESS BUILDING For the bancfit of merchanls ir o thousands of whom will vltriExposition from tho South 1n S extorts will deliver addnewri II 1111111 subjects pertinent to Bus r Building Science in Newspaper A 11 vcrtlslig Modern Mcrchaiuiisi How to Cany on Business How to Display Goods How to Pn n Sales How to Attract and to Ex tend Trade How TO Dress n dows How to Handle Clerks How to Advertise Haw to s t Now Customers How to Make Col lectionsICOMMUNITY BITILDINO Interesting talks will be made by men of national reputation on the following subjects How to Build a City How to Get Now Capital and Investment How to Attract More People to Your Community FINE EXPOSITION BUILDING The building In which the Exposition IK TO be held Is the big Illp pod 10 III C specially adapted for expo sition purposes Each exhibit will be lu a specially constructed and mires tc ally decorated booth with gene fill columns In white ami gold and myriads of Incandescent lights FREE AMUSEMENTS I To entertain all those who visit lImenville Military Band will relater con wrtB every day and night a fine noon and night trout the big stage at that south end of the building and free moving picture shows every after iTpn and night EVERYTHING FRET AU tlivse interesting and amusing features are absolutely fri to the pUblicno charges whatsoever LOW RAILROAD RATES A one aud onethird rate railroad fare makes the trip to Xnhvlll very cheap mud It Is expected that large numbers will attend the Exposition from all over the South Minutes and Program of School Im provement League School Improvement League nut In cgulnr session nt West Nocrrdc Fii hiy evening Dec 21 1010 with Vice resident W R Stevens presiding Officers present four absent five mem hers present two absent twentysix visitors present ten Minutes read ud apiiroved Singing hymns f Want to go There mud When I It to le laud of the Wny 1m ircmptup W R Carson A com nlttcc WIIK appointed to makr out I program for next meeting Afir reteas came singing The debate was mstponcd there being only ue of tho sjienkcrs present A fprlllns patch was the next object in view to take the place of tho debate Mar UcHii Foster nod Mr Ira Ells were nampions Next came recital rf a llalcgue by Fllydiu Foster and Slier man Chamberlain Reading of nro gram fur future mectlnc Program for Friday evening February 4 1010 Song Roll call Rending of minutes Stump speech O D CnrconRecItatIn James Chambcrllu Select reading Myrtle Wllliford Rec Itatlon Bertha Ward Solo Lula Ward Surprise Myrtle Wllliford and Marlissa Foster Whlstlng song Ira Elllt Virgil Stevens and Sherman Chamberlain Recess Song Business Debate Resolved That Chinese Immigration Should be Prohibited Affirmative 1 P Foster E D Carson W R Stevens Negative W R Carson Prof Row and Dudley Wealerfleld JnIlla111 en toy drill fifteen minutes Order of motions and paper Criticism FILYDIA FOSTER Secy To cure UQrlppe and Colds In 24 hours tak- eSQUICK Cold and LaQrlppe Medicine TABLETO If year dro1tl dots nt keep them send ISt ti J C Mendcnhall Medicine Coy Evianale Ida I and get them post paid Guaranteed f I t bu I painino coughlaves Liniment You dont need to rub just it on lightly It- penetrates instantly to the seat congese8 Proofissays We have used Sloaas Unit mentorayerondfnditanexcelllent colds and hay fever attacks A few drop taken on sugar stops cou- ghlIng and sneezing Instantly Sloans Linimentis doesIIt Is an excellent an I tiseptic remedy for asthma bronchitis and all Inflammatory I diseases of the throat and chest will break up the j deadly membrane in an attack of croup and will kill any kind of neuralgia or rheumatic pains keepSloaD Prices 2Sc50M100 I Dr 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July end October Court of Claim=Convenes first Tues day In January and first Tuesday In OctoberOther County OfficersC S MoxCey Surveyor Kordsvllle Ky K F D- No2 Bernard Felix Amesiior Hurt ford Ky It F J No2 Henry Leach Hi m i nul Hartford Dr At H- Ill y oiuiifr Hartford JUSTICES COunTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In Mnuli Wednesday after 3rll Monday In June Wednesday after Srd Monday In September Wcilntsday after 3rd Monday In December John Ih Miles liookrurl Friday after rd Monday lu Aiatvh Krlday lifter 3rd Monday In Juno Friday after Srd Monday in September FYIdny utter 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson town Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Srttiitilay lit tcr 3rd Monday In June Saturday utter 3rd Monday In September Saturday nf ter 3rd Monday In Ieeemhier- M C Cook Uenfrow Tuseilay after 2nd 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and third Monday night In CMKeystone Chapter No 110 11 A M meets every third Saturday night In each month II Holbrook High Priestw SecretaryHartford SI O E S meets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T U Barnard W M Miss WillIe Smith Secretary Ilough Jtlvur Lodge No 110 Knights of nightSK of llSiln- rtford Tent No 99 1C 0 T M meets every first and third Thursday nIght 11 T Collins Commander L 1 foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hlvo No4 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night OrifflnladyCommander Record Keeper Acme Lodge No 139 T O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In each month A II Itlley Noble Orand II SecretaryOhio Order U xl Men meets second mud fourth Wednes lay night In each month Walter Camp ofItecordsPreston Morton Post No4 a A 1L hforathcord Mills Commander J SI Kogcra AltJt Carpenters and Joiners local No ISCI steels 1st Saturday night In each mouth HIrlctsA S ofiNational Officers r O Draylou Pres rireenvllle 111 OrccuKyrrnllIII11fallnloilsStato Officers J C Cantrlll Pres Hartford I CalliotinKyOhio DnmKyCD Ford Treas Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF KDUCtTlON Henry Leach Chairman HnrtfordKy DNo2 J A Bellamy Whltesvllle Ky 3 F D Baughn Hartford Ky 4 T W Mcyuady Balzctown KyC Plumer Taylor MlneeKy6 J L Brown Hockixm Ky BULBSftUCKKTS BULBS SUCCEED SPECIAL OFFER BAtrIAloirosrmonernSeuvealCollect le le ulaaaae6e mr u 0 1wwwYrdeaup a w o TWMlratt MM PLEAIIEWIN Ptotr SEND 38 GBMTS wlhrda awlhlwrewdI1 rrJlolIMllethey srUt J- i fJJt cwf ff Jsi 1 0 M OAMKSTT 0 RSUITI BARNETT c SMIIHl1 d1 I ATTORNEYS AT LAW f HARTFORD KY Ul In all ttiesto their care Collections and the Prac tics of Criminal and Real Estate Specialties Office In Republican build log FRANK L FELIX AttorneyatLawtilt II Will practice his profession In Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice arM Col loctlons a Specialty Office In the Hero aid building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 HARTFORD ICY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also No tar Public Office over First Nationale Dank I01IX II WILSON ClIASMCUOWB 1 WILSON CROWE LAWYERSr IP HARTFORD KY i Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in tho Court of Appends Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House PATENTS IAalleoulltrieeTHAT PAW adnr1JM them thoroughly ac our iptnie nalielp IOU to niccnx Send model photo or sketch for FREE report RPASSINQnook on lroNabte lltenti wilt to B03SOB Seventh streettWASHINGTON 00 j DSWIFT2 J KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS y ft WITH Dr r New Discovery FOR COUQHS Io CE TIM ietee Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNBTIIBUBL- ESOUARANTEED IUTUJPAawa1i OR XONET K FUNDED jS Z f 5- FjftPATENTS PROCURED AND DEFENDEDllelldlDOde1 FrRie ad boW tooDlaN runu trade mots c pyriabGcUt IN ALL COUNTRIES BiulntH direct tell Woiklngto aareQery moa and sit the fatrnl ExcluslreIywrits f IU Mlntt Street cpp relU4 State rtttnt Otfnll WASHINGTON DC It AlMMiii i r ivvv OPVRIQHTS C it- Aaemeeendingaaketebanddeeertvtionmm antloniitrlctl7fooialidentlal free forsenut nu Ukra tbroach Uuun AXSTrocelT if IhoSdewifA handsomely llluetnled weeklr Ja1 etr SoldbyatinewedealereUMl J Bt WaaIIlartoaD 4 UcCAU rATTEKNS sadrellsbilry IIndCauadcataJoCuCoIIcCAILS fashionmagaEinemllllon millineryplain t wortdoable etc Oni eenU e- rear treeincluding II laltsrn coyONDEaFIJI iandnrIlcCWCt102l8WmUIl1lteIil lo fI i- l ti- A 1tit 7 kys do w- hk 161YES fiflf STATEMENT Does Not Understand The 1ift Action of Lord In Permitting Judges to Believ- His AccusersStill Main talus Innocence From a statement gIven out b James H Parrish who la confined In- j1H at HawQbvll IwatUng to 1- trtusfetTed e to too Edtyvl11Q potaton nary tt begin a five seat Ktntcmce it oppeIrS that ho w11 take nO fur they lzgal stops to galll his ilbmy- Wuen the court of alriaah denied tho JCJUUII for a rehearing M Iarrist ct1eanrnl to get ht3 attolUJS to ali np to ake3 the case to tlao fed era cuurta hut as yet no felL ra- quv3tihu Iii bWIl discovered on 1which lurther aetkau can b3 taken ui his tttetnent steed at Ilawcs- vIL Mr Parrtsit t1ays- Sunce the announcement cam through the papers that the court ofl- IPlIOO18 ovorrulef my position fcll a aTlhg I havo not SO n my cuun 1ffiPI to know Ir tlwro is any other sup I cnu take lit thLi fight J IIOjlj limy lf1104enee of an- wrungdoing in cotuiectlon with the batik I ask my frtendj to occrpt this ILtcmcnt of fact till I cart Provo i- to t then which J will gladly do if is Gds will All who believe I have dun u wrong un3 taking Mr P A Pvdleyu word ugaItnst me refusing to tako nay word sUllllorhd hy W E Whlte icy Getlge ParrlIi and ntlnens Mr IIilay is th tturcti If all nttsrehrc sets itious to II anti plsecuUon- Ploue Ullnk our friends or- lIawenllle who tUft lrLC t tVI kind to mo anti mhos wlwie here and to all mar frlcndss that we Jutvln tested the prnniLs t the Sutir wlJlQl1Q savntlon wo accepted thlry 1 five 5easu ago wo can now hy faith In Jotus t ty with Paul Ard we knw that nil things work t gcthlo- tfot good to theta tliat love God Woo da nut 111k Ntan tI Why Crrd hJB- permlted cr ordetrd the teoplo my judgrs to JylIav tho I1tRiIC0- UminriepryInttutun9 of tht atrar o thcblII1t tllltt of myself Lilt Wo shun know anti nuull wo do will not doubt ills care who has nuntbrral- the halts of our him i- dy Trusting Him to right all war 1gi who o1cI VUItgraua3 is tntae I will roply wIth brc JS to all our frlonds and with mallco toward wane I am very truly JAS 11 PARRISii- Parrleli wJ1 prolaLly tin tuken to the Edtlyvlte puutenrtry by the tllmricr of HancJck cotnty lu IL Urw days QUICKSCOUGH NE Quickest and best for coughs GURANTnnD Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medlcln Co EvmvllltIDd FAIRVIEW Feb 2Revs Robn=un and McMll- Ilan of Tlcr MlnM preached I1t thIs phco Saturdaynfght and Sunday and Sunray night Fhkr sized audiences wOro Present and Interosting ermons- we ro pr ached McsTS John iiIlllcr amt Cicero Bryant and families or Iortpn were the gUals of C C White anti family Bas urtdly night and Sunday Mr and Mr9 Ira Wl1fon CaniG Run vlsted his patents Mr nrd Mrs J- It 1Vllsan Sunday Aim Ste111 Darnel Olaton vGdted her cousin oils Eunlco Wl1srm Sat unday and SuntlJY Mrs Lids llattttccus of JhlllCock County is vl long rclativc9 ha this and turtrandltg commun- ityWork24 Hours a Day To busiest HUlothlngs over made are Dr Kings Now Ufo P11s Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into ttrongth languor Into energy brain tag Into mental power curing Con stlpatlon headache Chills Dyapopsia- dn Malaria 25c Ilt aU druggists I HERBERT Mrs tsy Whtltiughill Ford wife at Mr Wm Ford curd lain 2th If- ftr a two weekslllness Mrs Ford was III her 80th year Site bad been in nulid CtI mtlllY scarp liar re ingllns wl1ro deterred In the Panther I v creekc0metery 011 the 28th Two 7tchillren smvivo haw Mr J W ordj1 ttnd bus VIrgil Miller both of whom iweie with bhrtIUhiI1 h er slckness- d Mr Ford will UIltO his homo with his dLighto- rNrcEverott Milligan tvho has been at IleleQn Springs Florida ks at I home again fi t o Mr rW Nord aUelllled the funeral of Wit head of Owensboro nt Both lehem Davless county I Idny WOId has been received here of lire serkoun illness or bus Mabel Miller Chambers of Oakton Ky Mrs lon Livingston and Mrs Fan ale Tuttle of Phllpot were hero last week tit thn bedside of their sister Mrs Win Ford Mr and Mrs Wm Holland Whitcs Fordseyule nltendcd the burying of Mrs Ford und took tUnnel Ilt n M Mu lees Mr John Swojo lms moved to Mr Davy Altllers farm Mr UeJJ1go Mvaroo wilt move toy Unesshom soon tltss biattiu MlIIlgnn Is nt homo nfttr n long visit In Owensboro bar Learurd laylur Is rrtcoteTng from nu uthtrk of uppendlritls liIfaathcr and wtrther air and Ms Iaylnr were with him several Plltel Mr Chants W PhiliPS of nut Ollle n1e111 ills lire1 with his daughter stns Inuna Millar Mr lstllC Crow dcet tho 29th 1of Inn His fuucrnl was pr0nched ut lallthn CIwl church Sunday II He- ClcIc Corley MrCrate leaven n viii maid adapted daughter Miss Car rleFn Iii Mts Alta Huff will move to It- JINI Rheduus ills creek A Frightful Wrack Ot train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises I1broslons sprains BucklensyArnica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns bolls sores of all kinds soreteyes or cotns its supreme Surest pile cure 25e at all druggists COOL SPRINGS Jrnhh Is glllJd In thIs eruuatanity- fh lfubert Tuylo of llIIIVCI Dam visited hs sister firs Hulllu EI i HuH aloudtty tIJ t GIIcCo Cocper Is visiting hell enlISal alts Clareuce Drnnl- sru I Al Rescue 11 oral little semi hrgi UieIrrsister als Uua Demos Thursdayy nightlls Agnes Tate and Miss Gustli Cooper vksltcrl firs Lulu alllier lust rhUl day Alr O g Scott left for Evansvtlln- Suuilny I 11illinntfthl gttntlrathnr al Alex tgh Mrs 4gnes Tate Mrs pima Henllh and children uud MIss hustle Carper- vlsitvd dtr lulaIlUIl1 Crtuper S eiutdny- lalrr Iall1llo Neal anti alts Fannie 1I1PItutltAims Ulllllla Tlehenur is on thu sick list Mr Ottt Fulton visited Iii Mclleii- ry Saturday and Sunday Mr Lee Clmltm of this neighborhond 111111 airs Katie Render of McIIuiiij- tve o married Sunday mt at the homed the 11IldeII We Ire having some nice weather now Ulllt farmers hllvo gone to prim paring tOl nuolIItI cnP I Mrs John Iulhruk whotC llhta was mentioned lust week seems w be- gteati intptoval- Mrs I Sylvester IJICkCIIII Mrs Mary Kelly uud lots Sato Mll1klff on tf1I1001l airs Jclltl Ilalbtcok 1ucIIll1 calledI Mrs Seth Riley was the guest of Mrs loin ICfug Tuesday Mr Dnrttey Taylor urad Miss POnr- lKirc were united In mirmisgo Sunday lit thr homo of time brkdos parents MI and MrsJnJUs Ilrk pf Clear nun neighborhood I thlllk from nil inillwttons the JillOUIWed Mrs Ira Julor wem the guests of als Sam Mldkiff Moufay- Mr I John l1I Mr Sylvester Dick cos nod Mr Ira Taylor went lr Utica j Tuesday on hUNlllcss Mts Judge Massie of Oweoaborll is visiting her brother F M Hoover Mr Joe Simmons of OWIillSOOlO hits purchased Mr R L Punls faint rend moved to Caine I Miss Arrel Flol ell visltrd Mrs V btIyous Tuesday and Vcdneray Boiler For Sale new 40 horsepower steam IGood wale Iusurad at 1051b steam Reason for selling desire larger butler Call oU or address HOOKER WILLiAMS- Hartford Ky 26t1 Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat salts Skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean yourkM gloves and mutts work guardnteed Prices reasonable Hartford Pressing Club Chidden CrY FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA R i CLOTHES AND THE MAN Good Appearance Walt Upon the Way Garments Are Worn You can talk all you please about clothes making a man said a Walnut street tailor but I want to say right now that the smartest clothes In the world cant make a man natty It he Is not naturally so There Is nu old stoop shouldered doctor uptown that l have been tlllloring for seven years Ho buys tour and sometimes lire suits a year and yet except for a few days utter he has broken In each new suit be never looks trice The trousers bag tt the knees the coat tails away In front and tho sholtlders begin to look sloppy The mans drooping figure and the poor care he takes ot his clothes furulsh ot course the explanation Did you ever notice the average college mnns clothes Almost In vurlubly lie looks rent and correct des do the easy swing with which h walls Rut youll notice that he cur rtes his trend high his shoulders fairly erect and his trousers never break ut the shoes so that time crease Is Ill ways proserved All classes ot tnen go to collegerich and ioor Vow cul loge mcn take more than fair care ot their clothes Its all the tvay they wear their clothes I thInk Notice the young lawyers and doctors around town too Few ot them cnn afford the very best In tailor made clothes That they usually look nice Is due to the fact that they have picked up rho dls- tlngulshcd way to year clothes I might call It Clothes snake the man hut only when time man Is wllling to helpPhiladeiphla Record A TRUE STORY It WItS Vouched For by the Gentleman Who Related It Some years ago In a certain town In the north u gelllleruau possessed ot more money Ulan education was asked to address the scholars attending ono ot the local schools some Sunday utter noon 1Vell chlldweu said he Is not used to public speykhig but I retuem her whell I was a lad I was very fond ot benlllIg n story Shall I tell ye n story Once upon Il time mamm years ago there was u lad a very good lad wino weut teglllarl to Sunday school and IIhcr missed nut one Sunday aft ernuoa us lie was gawin to school two had boys met him and persuaded hIm to gnu bird nesting wh eua Su they went aiming by the riverside toad by mud by they canto to Il tree mad In tIll Ueo on it btmmeh which onlhun badIuud got on limo branch farther and far timer and just us he was reaeiiliig omit his baud to tnk the nest the broach itud he tell Into the river mutt Ihrok druoue- dAtct waiting a few nJIIlllellts to nl IraSIIChildren the story is true for the lad that WIIS drowned was umLou dolt Tlt lillsThu Act of Dying The common phrase dellth agony Is not warranted by what occurs lu nntu ral death which Is n complete relict ruin nil Pahl When death Is roving to IIItrt fallllre or syncope It is sudden anti ptlnleslI perhaps plellllmt Death by Imaunglug there Is reusoti to believe Is ntteulel by a voluptuous spasm Dearth by lrcupitUtlua ur electricity Is only u ntonaentary shock hardly felt Death by pulsoniug varies In palnflli- lIess according tu thc poison eunploycd Opium mind other narcotics probably give n painless pelhllps n pleasant drellllltul dead hemlock ns we know from the nccontit ot the death ot Socrates causes gradunl lnsensibil its frolll below uaJvnrd On time other hand arsenic stLchnlue carbolic and mineral acids corrosive ubllll1l1te tartar emnetie mind other metallic poisons inflict slow and torturing death Prus sic acid twit cynultle ot potassium cause quick deathExchange Glasses to Fit Four Eyes For several months n man bud beell going to various oculists Rettlng u pair of glasses trying them for II few days nail then taking them back Two week + UO one of his frIends suggest cil nn optlclnn that tie thought could Io time trick and persuaded the troubled tuna to give him n trial Tho result was the same as before however mad the glasses were returned Curious about the uaturo of the ilitiletlity time friend went to the optician and asked him what wttS the matter why replied the latter that fellow wants a pall of glasses that will stilt both himself and his wifePhAadelpbla Times Knew Them I nm looking for n quiet place to rest slll the tired looking man I think wocan safely promise you all the comforts ot home assured time hotel clerk Not on your Iitel exclaImed the tired hooking lIIlWI Ivo been marrlcd nine years mid have seven children Philadelphia Record Prejudiced Opinion What did the poet mean when ho called ht country rho laud of the free and the homo of the bravo He was probably referring to bath o ors and married men said old Mr Smlthers slldlyStr StorIes Logloand Sophletry Little WlllleWbatis logic pal Pa logic my son le your line of argu WlIlIIAnt Circumstantial Proof So yoU danced with my fiancee last night at the ball Yes Did SbE tell you Oh not I noticed that she was limping today Reforming Atlanta The spirit of old bluo Connecticut Is abroad In Atlanta A traveling man returning homo from a trip recently was fined for kissing his Wife on the streetAtlanta Constitution Why the Hens Quit yourhensTwo of them have Whats the cause Automobile Yonkots Statesman Truly Celestial Young LadyThis novel Is heavenly I never read one with so ninny romantic unfortunates and miserable failures In itFiegendo Ullletter Makes Lumbering Unprofitable While there Is an abundance of suit able timber In Brazil It is difficult to find many districts where time trees suitable for lumber are close enough together for proftablo work No Avoiding It It a man gets Into the habit of hunt lag trouble lies sure to find It and If hes so lazy that ho always tries to avoid It it will find hlmCatbollc Standard and Tunes AsAdvertised- Ho lank lean and touch the worse for drlnkAre you the young woman to 1thont life would he a burden with out the companionship ofn man ot noble character and imposing press enceliegende DinetteI Inhumanity fellowI esIWe Get There Were the greatest nation of daredevils ou the face of the enrtbUtltl more Sun Hans Breltmann Says A mnns lIfo Is a castle unit he- ehanernlly has It too light by del at tlcClecland News I No One Lives Alone Mens lives are as thoroughly blend ed with Ih other as time air they breathe Ellol QandULU1CI Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LnGrlpl In 24 hours Headache and Nenralgit Iii 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J C Mendenhall Medicine Co fvamieina MANDA rah 2 lIc1 tldw plIca- cnu ner tn nc a II uoaaher and lad lbitdl3 iIy II limit itI- nd u pupil is aide I 1 tile roll Mr W N Beck wife fwd daukla tel viIted Mi I R HIJniOll S L- IIrcltr and Sunday Mr afuhtor nlz wt and laugh i I 11 vIMtd Al 1 It Ittebitrsvu- Smtulay Mr Z TbPI a4md wire vhted air Cr wfbrd Suudny- aL A SIecwu n C Renfnnvtuul- Mr Tm Cox tf iaia wire her- y rr lay- at Fred pt7 If Reltfrow 111 id titIIU 1111 bKrda WIth hltJ fnanl- ly They tees moving to Prertis- alr L V Won y will metro O- nICtwund tJlgJX in time 1111 hus Ins Mr Herb t Am dd WillI is tt III- Iilll school tLt thw plte visited sun1fmo nt Lrach ilst Snowy II t ays tba rtrmla tong had but ho would nt ItItJ1pnIJlt Mlll M- cllChlldran CrY FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA- WLI DOUGtAs- 33504SHOESi BOYS HOE5 THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have Worn L Douglas shoes forthpast 8a years and always find they are tM superior toall other high grade shoes Instyle comfort and durability W0dONES YIfyouhowmade you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make priceiiyour cannot L yon with WLtouptu shwa onMAs1OBCARSON a0 IPAVYtt- rosloRATtui Hartford Intuccy I I Fortune Telling Does not take Into consideration the one euential towom- an happinesswomanly health The woman who neglects her health Is neglecting the very foundation of ill good fortune For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but dross Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be by the use of Dr Pierce s Favorite Prescription I Iregained PrescriptIon has for over 40 years curing delIcate weak pain wracked by the hundreds of thousands this too In the prIvacy of their homes Iaad their having to submit to In dell Questionings and offensivelY repusj I nant examInatIons Sick women are tnvated to consult lit Pierce by letter free DispenuryMedical SenteMedicalPaia English hosts of delicate questions which every woman single or married ofFi nISKEY From Distiller to Consumer I i rt7J 4 Full 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backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 1Draughon years tuition success to secure positions under reasonable con ncctptingtvince you SHORTHAND per cent of the United States Court Report write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRJUGHOtS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ittcoarommArrel EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMIIllS y1 1 If t SiNr BAKIN6 POWDEB Royal has always received the highest exhibited or In 4S Ji AU r I t 1orYA DELINQUENT LIST YEAR IgOg Poll Amt EAST IIARTFORD Ashworth WmWm1 100 Bennett J L t 100 Burger JUg I 100 EngleT O L 1 100 Flelden E C 1 100 Griffin Joe 1 100 Griffin Melvin 1 100 Greer Morrison 1 10- ludson J T I 100 Howard Yes 1 100 Howard lawcrellcQ 1 100 11111 J Lon 1 100 lilIes W 0 1 100 Leisure V H 1 100 Lee C C1 100 Lee n 1 IlCrsonal properly 700 Lee Elwoo1Yi 100 Keown Chester 1 100 Teach Willie l JOO Powers C D paronall- iroperty l00 1 30- 0PlummurCIL 1 100 Ross J Jo 1 100 Roach Sam I 100 Rentrow ltoht 1 100 tyro R E 1 100 rravls Yes I 100 Turnel Gl1yon 1 100 Whoberry Wm porsoual- prolierty 230 GlIJon Chortle col 1 100 Jack on henry 1 100 WJSr IAItTFOILD Poll Amt Arbuckle 1 ester 1 100 Unzurth Jra 1 100- Byers Anl iton1 100- fkrrjman II 1 1 100 torloy E V1 700- arpuntor It A1 100 tJarllcntCl Utruanl I 100 illentonr g C 1 100 JUnQjol Chr1a 1 100 Blues coin 1 100 Llirve J n pe oiill- prolierty 70I 170 tainletr Jut 1 100 Jones Itty N F 100- nos Lon 1 100 tiog 11Ill 100 Tewis loh 1 100 Martin t V 100 Jfudt1ox T L 1 100 May Frank 100 Porter It C II rsonul prepcriy lii 115- Petty Arblu 1 700- Etevene Clint 1 100 Stevctu A L 1 100 UPII htic 1 100 Smith II C 1 100 Smith J A J 100 IVard 1Vxrrtu 1 100 Villiams E 1 100 Ycisai N t I 100 Colored A toll Jake 1 100 Barrett WI1 I 100 SUnJIjI ZllJc I100 mmA- PII Amt Allot J A pcranal- proieray 20 1 120 Boston i A 1 100 Connett t 1 I 100 lJozarth Sidney 1 100- tyastell II 1L T 100 Evans J C I 100 Foster C 1 1 100 o + lua it C 1 100f- 1TCCr r Soo I 100 Hoover Oulii pets0nal property 30 1 110- wtne C C I ltO- Iudson Pondletot i 100 Hudson II I 1 100 Paris Dill 1 100 Spp J II I 100 wtewart 1V 11 1 100 SMpherd J n 1 100- Atevenr W n 1 100 Trogden J C I 100 TliAey Jag B col I 100 SULPHUR SPRINGS 1I0ll Amt A1mcridt C II 1100-ofAJ Wallcr 1 10- 0r Den 1 10q 1 I 1 c Used the World over No other arUcle of hnmaa f41od has ever received such eM- phatic commendation for purity usefallles and whole someness front the most rD ACLuuulUI I award when tested competition 001 1301 Coppage J II personal pnlpcrty 105 I 215- DMtronI V C 1 100 Scans Jas 1 10- Hohelmnr H L 1 100 Hayes I T 1 100 Hunt F E 1 100 Hurt Lionel 100 Henton Will personal j property 701 1J8 Johnson TlIllon 1 100 Johnston MIlcs Z1 100 Johnston T F iterzotalI property 126 1 ll3 Johnston Jesse pwrsuual 0prolmrty 301 130 King Jesse 1 100 Lewellen J 1 100 Lacefield P l1 1 100 lee Jessa persooal- propetty 10 1 710- MurphyAh 1 100 linden Willie 1 100 Mldkltf T P 1 100 Potts W II 1 100 Powers II V 1 100 RJllllh V ll 1 100 Smith W A 1 100 Stone Olllo porsoualp- ropxYrty 0 1 150 Taylor Robt 1 100- 1Vliite Carlls 1 100 I Flush Rube col 1 JOO lIAGAN- Cowe l1 T 1 10- 0Ede AIIIlll penonaL- hropclty 25 1 125 flcldcn Jas P 1 100 Griffith Wm E 1 100 Hamilton Jno W L 100 Ileltun Itommle 1 100 Leach Samniel 1 100 Laney Vm ll 1 100 Martin A M 1 100 Midkiff Miss Leila peruniat- praperty 301 30- Midkttf Ira A 1 100 Mldkltf Win V I 100 Midklff Morris V1 100 Ralph Inez porsmt- alpropery5 1 25- Itrrgurs J V 1 100 Ross J R 1 100 Russoll E g I 100 Sapp Q H 100Sa- rgcnt U S 1 100 Vaters J N 1 100 Sesterflcld Clurenco peronni property a0 I 110- Wilkie G E 1 100 Ward R P 1 100 OnmIWEII Poll Amt Burden Juo C 1 190- Coll T V t 100 Davis Jas 1 100 Davis Bud 1 18- Ghnan Jag 1 100 Goodman F M i 100 Goodman J S 1 100 Jones J W 1 JOO Miller FrAnk 1100O- ller Joe B 1 100 Ran om Anu 1 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