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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it I r 1 t t rf d Q Ij L tttttf rr Bqublican YearwaVOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1910 No 23 BUSY WEEK IN WASHINGTON s 1Insurgents and Regulars t f Getting Together Capital City Scene of Conventions J1tVi and Launching of Enterprises A I Washington Dec 19The events of the wok In Congress have been full of interest and there ore Indications pointing to what tho national legislature may bo able to accomplish during the pres eat short session Among the most Interesting is an apparent agreement between the Insurgents and the ro ijulars In the Sonata on the tariff quos tion relating particular to the con sideration of special subjects as for example the woolen schedule tho cotton schedule lumber coat etc separately and without consideration lpt the tariff question as a whole There Is also apparently a much closer agreement in Congress with reference to the support ot a bona flllo tariff commission for a thorough and honest investigation and report upon this question The capital of tha United States JS as is usual during the Congnssalon al session the arena of conventions or tho stage from which great enter irises ore launched What could be grander than the proposed national park to extend from Baltimore to f Washington and to include two hun dred thousand acres of forest hill and J dale It is estimated that the cost will bo six millions of dollars The two cities are practically forty miles apart but they aro connected by Iwo steam roads two cleabrlc roads and by a boulevards alnicst compl ted ti ovenwhlch automobiles pass In less than an hour There Is much lobbying In Con I gross by two provincial cities Now Orleans and San Francisco to have Congress appropriate for an Interna I tional Exposition In celebration of the completion of the Panama canal Both of these cities oTonslt wore 00 the jumping off places of thj country oneof the Gulfs edge and iltheother on the Pacific both of thorn vremoto from canters of population read while they claim that thdot- ynot want financial assistance tilt ou ly national recognition evoryono know what that means in the beginning Tho proper situation for a National Exosltlon in celebration of so groat t an event should be at tthe capital of the country There ds now nA city In this hemisphere battcr adapted to an International SitIOnthatI Washington D C The Potomac Park Is practically within tho cantor of the city easily accessible to every pert of it and Washington Is with t in fWo hours of New York tlhrro hour l of Philadelphia fortyfive minutes twangyIcinnatl Louisville Atlanta owl all Ineri ate places Andrew Carnegie whose boneSac- tdonsI amounts fox to 180 millions of dollars Buts just added n donation of I ten miltfOns f dollars for theprRA on + of puce throughout thoworld Tine nations ylll rcoottlnuo to build l battJosWps and armies but it iff 1m possible that a danationi 1 miiiiifi cientehU not haya the inthioncaot r w its enaplratlon The Sacr tart of 1 War law just returned from a Jtrlp ifnthe world and has startled 1 CoBgresa by B confidential document r sent to ftho Hpuse of rilapMB9qi d yes stating hte county is unfit i Sot e 4r lacking the right kind of r r 1maniilguais amminitlbn and tortlfl tl aWaa This confidential report is 4 J l y p 1 r oJ I f J 1 a co w 1 ftlirtmR5agUhggIr rr I t A t So HI prtjentl of An Bat 0 And Mt roses Milted and died For the manat roof and old And locks of Were to be In its dtII s- In view of Mr ten mil lion of War Is peculiarly clashing Death of Samuel D White son of Dr J Hand Mrs Mary Whlt3 and grandson of Captain and Mrs S K Cox of Hart died at his homo in Chart ton Mo last Spray night Mrs Cox his lift Hartford Friday upon receipt of a telegram tho serious turn In tli6 Ill ness of tho little suffcrar and art ed there only a faw hours before his death His aunt Mrs Guodin who llvos in Charleston was also present His remains faterrod at Charleston the gravy of his father on Sunday afternoon In the presence of a large concourse of friends of the family Little Samuel as ho was known in Hartford has boon a groat sufferer nearly all of his life from tubercu losis of the bone He endured his long with great patience and always had a smllu and n cheerful for bis loved ones and frlonds He was lour Lean years of aka ihavinig ib en born and by his constant treading secured a fund of far beyond coo of his years Ho could talk Intalll gonitdy upon subjects which are usual roson l for older ppople Little Samuel was refined nature and devoted member of the Mothcdlst phuroh NHIs mother 0ai tain and Mrs Cox and other ntambcm of the family hayo tho doeposb of many frlonda In Hartford and Ohio County j Build in 10 Hours A dtiurcn built In ten hours is tho at Hendor Bon was a lot atseven oclock in tho morning was iota ann Improved slta by olctacki in1 the evening a church to fjI was erected palnt dsoats wore tho building all within tan hours Tire dona by a 160 m MI1ha la said to be the first of its kind the thq 1t JO 1 M M u fE toot hon day in Ms rteelHerbut her face tear as lowly anrlftuhar the dawn He had horses and cattle and of land And to Waft on hit slightest A house in the country a palace in town nut the eyes of his were gentle and brown lfJJJJ QO aMbronghtAirjAotvgMfjMitrttvrtA diamond ofgirthlglitering ttvcU soonpurbed ajtdt neglected soon grizzled and the the yetloto- as gold said sensational Carnegies Samuel White ford grandmother announcing Albert wero beside suffering sunny countonarod only llvpdLoreinformation ofa gontlo byniiathy Church remarkable performance What vacant transformed QhrlsUaa donomlnatoln inatalledand dodlcatedj wrKwal force ibulldlng over- commencodyand sompletDd same automobile acres servants command chauffeur Were tvrfnXJad chauffeur GOVERNMENT CLERKS I HIT BY TAFT ORDERS Department Employes Must work Half Hour Longer Each DayI in Interest of Economy Washington D C Doc 19Presl dent Taft today authorized thentotn bers of his Cabinet to Increase the- worldn of the various depart corksment In Washington by requiring them to report half an hour earlier In the mornltig or to remain half an hour later in th3 afternoon I As to putting tho now order of things into effect howTror Mr Taft I dlS1croUouheads Just what the ouisotne will bo is problematical at thlstlmo Some of the Cabinet officers are said to fa vor tho long r wcrkltg day while others ate not so sure that It would prove advantageous Because of the character of the fight that recently lias boon raged against addinghalf an hour to the si von hour day of the clerks the Presi dent was disposed to put the new or der in effect at once One of the arguments against rcquinlng too clerks to work until 5 p m Instead of 430 was that it would cut them out of go Ingto the baseball games in the summer Tho morchaiuts of the city made a concerted protest saying the later hours would require tiafjm to keep their shops open until late in the ovordng Tho Cabinet spent some time on thEE subject today In some bureaus of tho government It Was said the ton got hours already are bong observed in some of the departnunte ftho prob j tem was said to bo not so much an i Increaso in hours as the cutltlng off of unnecessary employee The whole Inquiry is in line with the adminls tratlona policy bf trjlndg to bps greater efficiency and economy into tho government service pigslApplyKr r ya5 JJ J- I U OH youth unto youth is forever the lam- AI the torch to the tow as the moth to the flame So the Jewels and ring with a message contrite Went back to the elderly wooer one night And silent and darn stood the automobile With no lights oer the bonnet no hand on the wheel For a maiden m lawn and a lOar in leather Walked Christmas even to the parsons to dither MISS SARAKEOWN DIED THURSDAY Had Been Seriously 111 for Only a Short TimeEntire Com munity Shocked The Angel of Death visited Hartford Thursday morning about 11 oclock and claimed ono of our most estima ble young ladies Miss Sara Koown daughter of Mr and Mrs Cal P Keown The entire city was shocked when the sad news was heard and the sad Intelllgonco passed from Up to lip everyone expressing thxalr sor row and the report cast a gloom over the entire community Miss Keown took seriously 111 ex actly two woks front the time of her dijatih but for several days hrrecovery was thought only a matter of tlmo She had not enjoyui good health this fall which was thought duo to over work with her school duties and during her rx nit severe lllncss had rallied several times Thursday morning It was seen by the family that the end was near and her two brothers cut West worn eont for and her sister who Is teaching at Beaver Dam came homo at onceIn the untimely death of this young lady Hartford has lost one of Its most bolovod girls and one that will be missed everywhere in tile horns in the school room in ithe Sunday School and In every day dire and many a heart will teal the chill hand of grief with tibia Tollzatlon and their friend of yesterday Is no more She took an intonso intrcst In her school and would have gradu at d this year and her death will bo also keenly tel by hw associates In the SChoolroom- Boald a largo host of friends she kavos tho following immediate relatives Mr and Mrg Cal P Known three sisters Sirs Virgil El gin Jr MlssM Anna Eliza and MIce Kepwn and three brothers Car once Keown of Fordsvlltj Chester and Perry Keown wb are In Cat t a IJlyIIIlJIhtIIln all probability tw furral will- conducted at the Ba tlst Church this afbwcoon the ntrnwiifc follow at Oak wood cenletcey ling lll as she will bj grii d by those who wore prlvl tgjJ to call hr friend greatly as alto will lw mss ed by those whose Uva mlngluvl with her In the dally chcol work and walk of life nothing can bo rom pared with the sorrow which tho fa thor mother sisters and brothers are called upon to boar and to whom i tho deep symrathlea of a town full of people are xtudoJ in this hour i of sadness Finally Married at Owensboro Tho Owensbcro Metsrgfjr says As a tormlnantlca of an titapenisrat- i Miss Clarice Elmoro and Mr V aaiel- Westerflold ware marrijd atitth court house Tuesday morning by JuilcI of the Peace Pat Lancastor Tho I young couple eloped from their vlelnkylII Louis where they failed to secure II- censno because cf the tender ug e of projceodedi wore again refused license This also I occurred In Jofforson City Missouri and when they attempted to oocuro license at Springfield the offJoers ar rested them andwlrad their parents In tlie Whitcsvillo mnoighborhocd Pursuant to a telegram sent by young Westerfields father the young couple arrived In Qwonsboro yesterday morning at 350 ooxck and after being married want to the young mans home at Whltosvllle Open Session is Called Off The open session that was tohavo boon given at Hartford ColUagsj this evening by the Adolphan anti Hy patlan literary societies has bon called off on account of the death Thursday of Mlrs Sam Known who waSt student of Hartford Ooltego and a member of the Senior class his yEQr h rA FORii For American Milling Com I pany- Manufactures Cellulose for Bat tleships and a Stock Feed Sold All Over the Country Concerning the application for a CoII or says I The announcement Is made that the American Milling Company which la operating Its plant on the rlvvir at the foot of Clay street mid hat known as the Marsden company U to ba put in the hands of a receivur this stop llitagrcd upon by a ma jority of the stockholders A tela grarii to that off tt was received lu Owensboro on Tuesday night The hearing on till receivership S to beheld at Camden X J on Tuesday December 27 according to a state Inidnt made by A F Saey secretary I and trjasur r of the oorOIr l who Is i located In Chicago und notice of which was received by the lora1 management today Until about ono year ago Mr J W Tompkins was the suparintndento the com pa ry In Owciisbovo Sinew his reslgnaoln no duo was employed t j succeed Mr Tompkins Dan H Smith has bsrn acting manager and Robot Caztlon as cashier and tlee ar rf the only offlefs conaicctcd with thj comimny In Owensboro The American JllllliiB company was organized sonteyears ago with a cap ital stock of 3 00000 by a eon solidation with tlu Marsfcn company wlilch manufactured colhiEoso to bi used In ibi battleships Mr A G Winner was formerly conewd with hatIIn October last- Notwithstanding the report of the CastlonIIda and will contlnnue to do so until Is officially notified that other stops are to be taken There are now about C3 titer at work and the company Is shipping about six cats dally The company handles more oars than any other plant in Owens boro and at times Its freight bills are said to be enormous most of f which la made up of domurragj 01 t cars i The cauuiany has a contract for the manufactures of a largo amount of cellulose he coming jvar Tho food which Is manufactured Is shipped throughout the entire country and many cars nro sent to tho stock tarsus of Now York ou which many of the eastern titles do pond for their supply of fresh butter and milk WHITESVILLE- Dec 20 W T Greer and wife were inn Ovonaboro shopping yastriy Bud Uhoads returned Saturday front near Paducah where ho has been work ing for tho Shovel Co of Owonsboro Mss Grace Brooks returned Wednesday from a few days stay with friends in Owonsboro- Onls Groor Washington DCc- ome In last Friday to spend Christ mas with his parents Mr and Mrs W T Greer Dr Edge and wife and Cicero Mullen and wife went ito Qwensboro and returned Wednesday Miss Cora Leo Gayheart Owanaboro wns the guest of Misses Nora and Mary Bell Taylor from Friday till Tuesday I E j k- e T rr r i Vi i TAIItSTOSNAIE I AS NEWSPAPERMAN Young of Iowa Surprises His Colleagues Says Congress Should Adjourn For Two YearsSays Peat pIe Need a Rest Washlfigton Dec 1Senator La fayottr Yauug of Iowa toW gavu- t1 lglslativu body of which he has beam a member exactly ten days th 3- suryiris3 or ita extanc3 lIe had JIfJ- Jm0l to urakv an attack ou his col league Senator Cummins who alapstt age of a concurrent rtx3odutica chancing thh rut of tha5rtitiarid II UN so as to IHrmt 111 cm11 r vision of tltJ PayneAldrich tariff law This h did and more Doffing hts toga whim ha arcs ho bowed toy grave aid dgntf ol Senators from a aaidpoat ct an roltcr rAhtoh by Is In pr1v J UYJ The Serate gasped and than bughdI when Mr Young told ttha rh coun try would fool raltuved were Oong si to adjourn ategLher fcr two scQtd years It gasJpcd lg3ln tnhm ho alluded to it members In brazy fash- Ion at boys anll when OU dcarJ that the fltors of tlB country not Congress ruled taw country thdIgalleries jolnrd with Senators In g uraJ hilarity Senator Youngs speech which ce- cuplld IrS8 than an hour cOUlmand1 the 8 rant st attention The 81111 tor had IIIerarj an aIdr g3 wWch was beforo him on Its dsk but hu sel door consult d thJ prinLd transcrlJl- He warmed at ha liroemd aral apJl- 3rlntJr aHzfng that it must be at OOOQ his alutatcry and his su1n Rotg- be folOko hs rnl thoughts on LbiI- ntonl on thd nlI nal1pgfslaton His refer itce to cr xll ors and Irln- ti rs Ink as the rnl dlnctors of the deatny of the natcn was follow tI by dLsavolsnl of any Intl1r to of fendWWJlI he rolIw Ills eolleguas boys he IIC10111rar4 ed It with a nave of his hucid Ths Irchlant followed a story of how just as ho was about to take Lbw train for WaJOhingtcn and the Senates a constituent button holed him Go don thous S iaor said ths- consUttwi t and fer llccavs sal i put up a fight for ties consumer I will eat Mr Young said lIe r Jilltt Ttcsa boys are doing lhaL- I ani gang rte tight for mho producer StDdirg In Smltor Tdllmaus place Nr Young attracted general atton lion when hJ arose not only bemuse of thonoveltytnvolvtd 1n asitsperech- from n new Senator but b3cause of the qualntns and foreofulns of his language as Ito warmed W his work Itwould bJ a good thl1tg If Coa gross should adjourn for two years the said LcgLdatlcn Is a manaco at timtth 1l1t us havo a CalHitJOIl of llOnt1l1Uu Ttts Is tae only way- yto insure n now em of proGJwrr y- 31r Young oontintld that the us of tho word prcgrerstve was In adtntislbli Its an aolcgy forbo ing caught wt dl the gar Ile uId- Addnt sing thu ilUurgouts directly heI wldldIYouv set to conic back toyour fathers lions Im the keiwr of the covenant told I tOt1 you that when Democrats alI lhrted to the heats of Wmlam McKlriley and Janus A Gal fb1J UJ clrcunlstaruo should g1iI you hws7 Nusr If any progressive hero mull s to r cant III t uu him after the muetmq is out Mr Young oposd all JUDlrtH at reo vtson of the xfating tariff law b mesa rs he eoutmdt d the law protects the Iuturexts of tht farulur He hud great fear tw sad tit ultl matdy taw ndopUon of th rObQluI thin would Provo Injurious to theI great agricultural intaruts- Tha PrJnncipal complaint against- the UlCt as rspriCe lw ahlIhas had n fennco w tJ1t Products of tho rani Therefore wu ni 3ht an etlcipatc that tl1 fdrut schedule tll1tI would conlu from the other Houlto would bJ tIle ugrlcultural tuladub I would Lu afraid for Suretary 1Y1- 1aon or any ratnsor of grwt farmers W w caught plow wUi sOhu fhOJd1 ulo wits to mans of d d moo The weaprras of Orfc11tH and dew feno In b3irlatJolI aro the sight amendsutrt antI thn iuvUitgo of ofI forlnng substitutes My colLu1gu would stake from ldrnself find mysdf the right of tutroduong thl wocJmsclwtl uloo as a substltuto for IJroJosm i- atnendmerat wrhkli ml a put agnoul- piral products qn tho frOo list SOI etxMI4 thQ proposod rule 4soromothe Iebodenfedfor our wtoreite by tlo arratgnmont i and Introductteta ol the inorLSts o owjrBMr Yours spoko ortl1o rxen occt- IC1DI nd plainly n 6ardr tri th- ptcUrn dve RtpubLcace said tarplmciltJ nadd by men wrJaln th IWpub con ranty tad yndnc d Dom ocratlc votes In dlscussng lha o tasks by fnsurgente upon th- eprie of pro5otion Mr Young told of me3tin3 William Jenahg3 Bryan recetty and saying to him that just tlS the actor had progrossad d- fitae for the prsldency his ohanc bad diminished and that t3 he had row biome a conservative this laity would not tor him for that high office My colleague on Tuesday said there were gross In quaUtes In the tarlU in 1909 said Mr Yonn at the ouUdt ThS s atmVnt Is urdoubt- odly true and would be true if my- eolhagu3 and these In sympathy xdth him were to put in thha next five years In rewriting the schedules Sohodul3 are prcMic In opportuut for attack It has always been trus and will oorln to b3 true so long as share Is a duty on Imports The Senator ohal agadany mbar to state hu bell3f that JJ1Jar 3r wai receiving roo much for Ills products HI dacland It had hewn faamat d that the mtddhman was goIrg tOO farmIIf this t 3 tru hh d mmdd why strike a th 3 prcdto3r Yhy nac go aft r the m1dduran dlno Th tariff of 1909 in attmptng to strlk at monopoly put pirol3um en thr- fra J list The sifin immodlatly- rduced the pudehasing yzlcoof crud oil and oontinuedd the high prle3 to the consumer on rolnoo o11 Thus Whylof the farmer and his produce With th3 dcclaratlcn that uriC 166islallion acould be ntad pr feat nor urivrsally eaLsfaetoy Jlr Young urged that to duty t publ man and the publc press a 13 to ac- c3pt the Payna Aldrkh Lw and h the oourdry gJIt dnm o the ran- saction of bUJln ati iI3 pand out that changes In the bill w1ll nutst in the tide of criticism eettting In from those lntero3ts whose welfare Is touched The tariff ought to be revised he continued as the President has suggested in a scientific way one schedule at n time I might not be- willing to object to the rule proper by my ool1eague whtoh would prohibit the offering of amendments to a schodulo which might be punding were 1 not afraid that tthe first schedule w bJ pJndlng would boJ the schedule Covent farm produces Such being he case Mr Young continued the grant tarnrlrg Strute3 would be attackud by th South the i Rccky Mountain Stases and Xw England trdlT the combined attack ofi Ue great Inanufacturing nand mining regions tIle agricultural State Would I be practically lltplru Because of this ccndltonhe said l3 Lopud the Cummins ruld would net bb alopLd antI ut this juncture lndulgd iu a fling at his colu1guu I ant surprised aho h doclarid that my cell ngua who has bon fighting bravely and gaUallntly to unshackle the mrrnbrs of the Ilousu from thh J tyranny of ha rules should undertake to bring the same shackles ino the Saab Yet my distinguished eoilague s aks to l11ak Imllcslble for me to drand Ihe 011I products of our Noma l OllaIDmandlng to know satisUed with tai tariff the S3ratorl- doelarud the time had come to end I the tariff dtsouaslon He airx1 with Prt ldent Taft hu said that the country nedd a rt t I Would It w prS3umptlous for mIto suggest to such Rmbllcatls as- dhave I been aCackfng the tariff ha dn quirod with lroncal empbasls that- they lanve that to the DlIocmts who are prepardig to takk eouttol of I that larticular branch of tIle Cov- urmment I where rwtJrue tdli3 oil1a1 orl ginate Let me saggot furohur to such Relublkans us are is favor of I low tariff that they proms the nLatt with aU hair might and aCoomlJIf3hI they can Irr3vlous to 111thenlgive Ute country a rest Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on htnvy machines telegrams without wires tZrrible war nventions to kill men mad that wonder I ot wonders Dr Klncs New DllICoeryto save life when threatened by coughs cOlds lagrlppe asthma croup bronchitIs hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough orlung trouble For all bronchial affections t has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James AI Black of AshdvUle NG R R No 4 tvrltee It cured him or an obstlnato cough after aU other remodlos tail 50c and 100 A trial bottlee free Guaranteed by all druggist m tI UI892 U urelilrAlgminumWaFI I 16 Days at Our Risk Bury any piecr of this ware from lamertry it fifteen days IfI IN that tins fiad that 111 for arl idt true and if it is toot just as rIId take it back aMd get your money Aluminum MARRIAGE A FAILURE BY Whitesville Ran Away From Home They Assume Common Law Mar ital Relationsand Held by Po lice at Mo Sprdngfleld Mo Dec antI Miss Clarlo3 Eluwl of Whlt4s11Ii Dlwle9 county Ky are under arrest In this city and art being detanod at police headquarters pending Qn investigation as to whoth er their parunts want them apprr is 19 yoars or age and tea girl ls only H The couple In company with Rossle SmIth dlslJI- peared frc nl their home on Saturday night November 19 last and Wok their dJIl31turt for St Louis where they attempted w secure marriage U- censa but failed on account of their age Smllll has returned to ills home and the young couple after making attempts to secure Banal at KQn- SlS City Jefferson Olty and Spring flald agrood to enter a common law marriage contract which ls permitted under the laws of Missouri Ob jxtions to the marriage Iby relatives caused fthe elopmert and the un- 8ulCIkSful att3mpts to secure hermits forced the ycurg ooulJlo to enter In to the oommon law marriage contract The forgcing telegram nova rofttr once to tho runaway of Westerfield and Miss Elmore which occurred on Saturday night November 19 While the graudlarents of the young girl with whom she lived were attding service at Union Grove church Hues t rfietdEtoleth13 young lady tram liar home and aftoir meeting Roslo Smith who had bundled up his clothes w make the trip aU thro3 came to Owi SbcnO audit took the midnight tsaln- fcr St Louis The were very much xouitt stn ludIaddaS later a message mIne stating that West rfUd and Miss Elmoet had marked and had gone on a western bridal tour and would return home within a short tlmeoJI1sooro In- qurfer Beavers Beat Engineers Beavers have just tialshed making a iahe at Stmnhope N Jand cotta gem who v oat down haw tor Thanks i 11 Here at laSt is the ideal kitchen and Ware that W ust made from Pure Spun Muminxnt and UP anteed by the makers to last 25 years with average usage 3nAlamiaum mind you not cast Aluminum which will sometimes crack and scale Spun Ware will never crack peel scale or break Enamel ware is iron coated with colored glass Iron ex I glassdoesfood with dangerous results to those who eat it 1892 Pure Aluminum Wire Saves Doctors Bills It enables you to bane bread pies etc without grease which is the great cause indigestionAluminum grease hence are smokeless and odorless an U UU ForSaib II KiILTPure Souvenirs given free during this sill jp THESE KIDS Children Springfield 17veohe- Westertield hendedWesterfield cooking utensilThe Aluminum Scencaspapcrsrlpptag pancakes I giving report that the addition has so bxtutfled the toot theIr property Js worth at least 50 par oent more than It toes at the end of the summer lacatLcn They had thtmeotves tried to do something In this line of Improve men but the project on which theY prided themselves a few months ago wins II pgmyafalr by and every cottager now takes off his hat to the superolr skill of the paddle taU anists who have since been at work Planna to make an Areada of Son hope lnclutd n large the t of watr In place of the lhalfacle puddle whIch the bvtrs had impounded by means of n dam Evubody chipped In to pay engLmeccs to go them and lay the thing out Expert opinion was unaatmous that the bstvers had shown good judg- mant In locating the dam and twat the desired result might b3 oM1oin- cd by ereing a hlglwr barrier on the same situ So tho beaver dam I came down to make room for all nate structuno of Etono and crI Tho bill was large but h3 colony though the Improvemertlworth the money While too cottages remained open the boo 1S lay low but as roon as they were closed work bEgan on another beatver daw below hte or sbtcn of the ungnlors If had to bQ high er to hold the overflow and In so building IttJ1e human dam was grad ually submerged Thew is now two feat of water over It Tho ntw beaver dam however line onchainod enough water to make a real lake whiLe the had pro vdded little monothan an ornamental pond It aim looks of If natura had put 4t there The other was plainly Mlt1f1clalew York Would Santa Visit This One Dear Santa ClausChnlstmas ls near I thought that I Wculd write- you I am not much choicle Mint I would have for Chndstnma Most anythtng will be a pleasure to DIe Your Friend TINY MTDKIFF IdeaIsBut without health It 1 s hard for her to be lovely In race form or willIbetlon and Kidney poisons show tn- pimples blotohee skin eruptions and wretohod complexion lout Eloctxi Bitters always prove a Godsend to i women Iwho want health beauty and- friends TheY regulate Stomach rev bloodIgiveIbreath th Velvety skip lovely compIexloo good health Ty thent- I64p at all dru gfsts m 4 r 1O tit592 Pure IIMMlluIll Warr will Not Scorch r turn- his easily cleaned will nt 1 rust or conode Handsome in appearance Looks like silver but weighs only about one foprt l as much and is and convenient to handlezThe original anal only geaalae Span Aluminum Ware Is nsade- by the llliaols Pare Alaalaam Co at Leoat III Every piece bearing their tradetslrarlt the Maltese Cross and Garbed 1892 Pare Alominast Ware Is absolutely pure wholesome and hygienicguaranteed for ZS yrs See that you get the right nonnrtc d fon rinhCfo4nfoo I ease Ya away ofaUthreop- a11tIes landscape comparison landscape ongLnJt16 i REWARD MONEY I CAUSES WORRY I I ArJ Division of the Big Fund for resting Wendliug has Not Been Agreed Upon The scramble for the rewards ofI I forod for the arrest and conviction I of the murderer of Alma Kellner of Loul w11le Is expected to begin wIth i 110Icourts will have to adjust the matter I Mrs Cora Munea or Hume Mo the milliner who gate Captain Carney infotiuaUem leading to the arrtsrt of I WondUng Ci3kf of Police Ellis of Houston Tex who cant the Louisville Department word that a man an sWOTlng the description of the former janitor had been soon la Texas and a 13ftlofhas not placed her claims In the hands of any attorney stating that nhe 1Jr Uoves that CAptain Carney will Book after her Interests Chief Ellis hM- engaged W Marshall Dul1Ltt to sus- tie It that ho Is not left out wiun Lbo money Is distributed Captain Carne and Detective Burke the latter of San Francisco have walvod their claims to any part oftlOO reward The reward money amounts to about 6500 The city of Louisville offered 2500 FrannkFehr 1000 Gel John If Whallen andCol Jane What Ian 1000 Governor WUlson offrred 500 The remaJuder was mad up br- private subscription Just whoo this money wm be distributed and haws It will be distributed is not nt prosoJnt known It BoomS eosin it can not be settled outside of the courts and It was stated htot saveral suits Mill be mod soon L Call on AILARBUCKLE FOR Fancy Groceries Lunches Cigars Soft Drinks Etc Next Door to Stiroaders Grocery on Union Stree- tHARTFORD m KY Ldiesl Save Money and 4is I Style Ly Reatliag McCalls- Magatiae and Usiaag McCall Pattern J NcCafidagasluelltMIshly It a moderate expense by kooplnr posted on the 4latest fashions In clothes and bu 60 Now Fashion Designs lu each Issue A Iso InrormatlonIweal matters Only toe Ii year lndudlnA rreo pattern Su- bMmaw wrf scribe today or lend fur free sample copy yourownroursolt and children wbtch wilt be perfect In style and lit rrlcenono higher than IS CWendfnrfreoPremiumTEt anklef6FLIr 2191 t49lat 3T St SEw IOU J AT T 1f Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook on patents Hints to inventors Inventions led I ilsearchActing ComOJlssloner of Patents and as such had full harp ofrtJWUSlat Office II GREELEYMINTim t a tnraoJilQJU 9 kr J o D e jtl 4wT t I t ry dlfsio YYrlv 1 w r N rr 1- vY ity TTCJWETi t a PRINT YOUR i CARDS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES POSTCARDS r BILL HEADS BLOTTERS LETTER HEADS PROGRAMS STATEMENT HEADS SHIPPING TAGS 1 CIRCULARS LABELS BOOKLETS STOCK FORMS ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES l MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS Superior Quality Prices Reasonable Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work All Work Guaranteed THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 1rPhorac IMo SS Hartford Ky 1 I 1J TTf SEND YOUR BOY TO tMatheny Batts A 1 i Vanderbilt Training t School ELKTON I KENTUCKY 1 Colefrom more than thirty towns in Kentucky and from six Southern tit states Equipment valued at 45 s 000 Electric LightSjSteam Heat 6 Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur r t roundings excellent No saloons it Extremely healthful location 3 4f 000 spent on improvements this 4 summer + oft We take boys from 12 years of age U PI s7IriIf you want your boy carefully trained send him to ups anil send him while he IS youngsi The nineteenth year of theIII i school opens Sept 7 Write for illustrated Cataloguet u ter Addreaa All 5 k Ai t 4 MATHENY gXiTS jI irl iiiicipahvn l J t jl v ot 11 I N4I h lri tla t k- r 11 oj d rri a W u r I PIONEER CHRISTMAS- FESTIVAL IN KENTUCKY I By RAY ER WENDELL TINSLEY Overa century and a quarter ago was held probably UHJ first Christ mas celebration In Kentucky At that timer Uio gr itor past of Ithio conn try lying along and Just to the Soirii of tho Ohio U5vier was in Its nrlmll1 tlvo state with the bear IJuj buffalo th jwHd turkey and d xr 11i hablUng Its trackless k k tsand t- Rod Man looking wJthdi tho shadows of its dense forast Few pooplo had braved tho terrors of ado gnat unknown country which lay beyond tho Alleghantes and they had not scattered over the vast territory but had built forts and ruuaincd tngoth or for mutual irnlcctlon At ono of theso forts worn twen ty families who tad comp down the Ohio With Clarks oxiKxHlloa and land ed near tho prevent sHe of Louis ville or Corn Island Hare they built a temporary fart whtru they could live in eafoty white antler Iwas lJjoI ing erected on the nianlsnd at nI point thoy cnlM the Falls of the Ohio Toward the latter part of Iho year 1778 tho new fort though not com pletely Mnlstoxl was ready to nc conlodae their ordinary nods so they left taro island tor the stronger and better lILtEd abodeIIn accordance with the customs they had brought from across the mountains they decided to have House Warming the Umo of aI was set for Christmas Day I oordingly tIle expert hunters towesui out to kill the game and on hrlstc mas Eve there was much murryniak Ing in the new home while the mon wero preparing the game andsthe women picking the fowls The fort was built In the old rashJ ion way with tho log cabins standI ing In the form of a rectangle sur rounding an open court in the center Here all the settlers could assemble for social entertainment with little fear of a sudden attack of their on emies both Indians and wild ani malsAt about twelve oclock on Christmas day the groat feat was tspntad in a large storuhouso built for com I mon use The table Consisted of forked stakes driven law the dirt floor and boards resting on long poles run through the forks There vis no cloth over the bough beard table and most of the Ushos wise woolen bowls and trays with now and I then a rants siwonahorn handled knife or two and a few tin cups But the Coast was not to be suppass ed Thciro was a great variety of Ie rabIIbJtin Prone hoe cake and batter form hominy boiled and fried milk nndJ butter With homemade ohetse Howloor tlio great dish of the day wasIa possum hung by the toll on a stick in the middle of the table v everyone could be served with oI pieco of It Con you Imagine the grandeur atIthat first great pioneer Christmas rival in Kentucky The merriment and joy and good chocr of aUtBut it was not the custom t fun to end with thj feast They badIexpected to bring the day of jOtcps celebration to a closowdth a grand dance but their only means of fur fishing music was an old ntigro fid dler named Coo and three of the strings on Ids fiddle w Te brok n Ho had tried to fix them with bark and strings of buffalo fclde but nil to no frail it scwniod the dance was to ba given uptAt the last er report that a boot had como down the river and on It was a Frvaicih fid dlw Ho was immediately sent for and ho agrwd to furnish the ami sIcIn tho meantime Ccito went to the boat and bargained for three now strings for hrs fiddle given for thorn as many hidios when he hall put thorn on lids fiddle and gotten bask to the port the Frenchman wn already there The table and stools wore clearedl away from tlhb center of the bouso and everything made ready for the dance The ohlldmn and those not wjahtag to dance seated them selves around the walla of tog room to look on Tho Frenchman arrang ed the dancoTB for one of hisfavortta donieoea and explained it to them When the music began oydldfbctr bft but the air and tho dance were un formlllar and they did not succeed very well Another was trued and another but oM were gorio through in a listkts ondparfuiuctotfy manor The fiddler daspalrod true idaaweirs began to drbn out atidlnalJynIlAia eeL When too people wend bcighntug to cc net In lktleKinlihersnltlrtho B Fk oocb8Wl = ild beoomo rlestgnod tend put awfdo Ws flddld oil Cato toic t Ca 1 rr rte gci n and for tho time neglected sllppjd rob I esly into the room bergain tho familiar strains of an old Virginia reel The music fanned lik a charm through the room 1mm dlatoly the mon Mn tl up on one Bil- dand the woolen on the other find then began such a whirl of dane rl- bexwlng and turning and gilding up and down between the lln s slit couple tried to surpass Ui o h1 and none cenaeil unti thy w r 3 near ly exhausted when britililvss and flushed they tuck thJr plato at the foot of the lino to await the tint when thoy shculd again be the had Thus Ute dancer proo lell well up In to the night tho tIlJCTR frJy oblivious of the dangers of hu i un try beyond the walls of the fort This first Christmas fstival was unlike those of today but it fur aihwl employment and wnitc rtainjnViit for the brave men ard wcnun who Invaded wilds of this country and it gave expression of the simple sturdy and loyal natures of that people who helped make Kentucky what It is V Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureF J CHENEY S Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 1ii years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obllgn jtions matte by his firm WALD1NG KINNAX d MAKVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tthe blood mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 73 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggusts Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Who are Our Inferiors A missionary from Baltimore baa been Itcturng Bostonians on man ners and telling thorn how to b gentleman In tho course of hsgiac ful remarks he said many nc and umllspukid Uilnngd When haw v r htf appealed to his huir rn to bi kind to their infjrlors h 3 r nvu1 nl on debatable if not dangerous ground Undoubtedly we should all Iw kind to our inferiors but It is Dually knlItoand chief kindness thoy can show JlllirlinCerlorltysuperiority Until that Is doajUKre be no amity bttavoMi us Xciih is more discouraging when wo down kindly uixm a I r ort cnn lJn- tMUt us than to have him rwnt our wnlllng condescension This missionary tlRrofor hrYrntl of addrassinng a diatlnjruNliwl AU in a faeliloaraUo tKjIghibor would have lone btutvr had lla began his labors with an undLstin audience hopcUssly outside pale of fashion At lout sliif j b ean as he did lie Bhtuld IIAVJ d us precisely Jiow wu tutu know an inferior when W3 ee j him and ln loexl how wo aru O di Uinmlna that wo ano litWJxl to nr frrd ourselves as superior Circumstances alter cnas la u good cook tho Indoxlor of a ttociat Under In tho kiitehemn js a liarnnJ pousosCr the superior of a Hlrlllful boatman when they are crosang a turbulunt stream together Is oVn the proud Caucasian heir of all the agttr a bittor man than tile woozily African is a 24foot ring Possibly the Daltlmoruan aporttld of gentility is speaking tho lunguago of the eighteenth raihor than that of the twentieth century In this more damocraUc ago this term gentleman is coming to deaioto a state of mind not a member of a clam Accord ins to this modern eitandard tho true gentleman is one who neither down nor locks up to his fel lowmen Only a end Jonas to claim superiority and only a toady Is content to be rated Inferior To bo kind you must first bo mod oat Boston Mass Globe Order Your Magazines Now It will soon be time that most readers of current llteraturee and maga zines will be making up their lists for the now year Lain ropreaenta tltvelor any magazine or porldoical that you may want t will furnish you them singly or make you a cut price where you tplte mcntJ nOne Make airy kinds of comblnitttonb vpr clubs All renowala adaptedand given the some wttontton asnpw eybs ripU6n8 Call on wrkietiork tcler phone J NEY FOSTER The Republican Office Hartford Ky I Ie r w t i CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have I Always Bought Bears theISignature of- Use C For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMr ClCNU ooearn tao enw A WANTED nut RIDER AGENT And idea dletrict nhibita ltel to nmple Latest Model r lurriiihn r ns Out crnticTir bcreucrncney wi IVriaorus atari Ja ahivtoI allow TUN DAYS FUEL TltlAL during which lime OU may ride the bitycle and put It to any test wish II you are thin rM perfectly Mlitfidl or do iwt web 1C keep the bicycle slip it back in us at our fxrw ere aid JCK will net It ettt ear rut We tumirh the Irhn rrade bkydes It is robl to mulct furtoInter behind your bicycle 1O T 11a bicycle or a piirnl tins Ittmanfft IwiitVflll Mill I RF flCTAHICUCn he you receive our beautiful catalogue ant wanderahlrufwrtoustI1ltYcLEdouble our pnces Orders tilled the tray rue vic- lKKCUNl LAND I11CYCLKS We dr ml iruirly handle second hand bicycles but usually have a number on hand taken In ttuir is c ir Iticaco awl lines These we clear out at prices ranging from 83 to 5H or fist Itecriptive bargain lifts mailed Ire- OASTER DRAKES11lJlu whcrlsj hUIICtf blur home cud pedal parts retain fed of all kinds at Aaf Jlt UUUH rdau frurt i 50 HED6ETHORN PUHGTREPROOF J 80 A SELFHEAIBNG TIRES A JO INTRODUCE SAMPLE PASR OKLY 11The rtfular retail price ottliae tires it IXiO per pair tut to inlrodutt vr will llouasaint lefairfor f4 0caihn vrderV4r i 10 MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tarki cir Obae will rut tot the- Ir out thouuind palm sold last year VCT two bunureU thousand pairs now in use DESCRIPTION letnallIzeslti adearyridingvcrydurnliteandlineUitulilewllh In r 4 uahtyo r Da IllJponcrortwceltlawholelotaliOu otherOyseverallayersIll1NOadvertgdngthe rider of only H8o per pair All orders shipped flini dRY letter it received We shir C 0 n on upresmlcdWesend FULL CASH WITH UltDKH and inclose true ndvetttcintnt You run no risk In us an order as the tires may lie rclurutd fit Olin if for irnscn are- notutrefactoryonexamination We are perfectly reliahieandwcntysenttousieetsafe aInabank you a these tires you that they ride easier inn faster wear better last longer and look Otter than any tire you have ever uf ed or sren at OilY price We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want n bicycle you will give u jour order ofIFWe want you to send us a trial order at once hence time renuitknble tire offer whichdescdbeeDO NOTIUCIoiT1IIINIcWtnl1INUablCc1eHoffers we ore making It only costs a postal to learn tvtrytliiss Vi rite it NUW J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHIC i 0is ILL A Save 75 BY PURGMSftG 11ONE OF UA FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIP for only Sz The regular price is SIOO Those who bring r r nail this advertisement to us within five days after setting it am telling UK where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the hw rate ci 25 Books nnd stationery arc included No time limit If not I cad now buy one for future use tis BUSmESS COLLEGEy c U1CON47a 3AbardYflItY WlJtfat9Uyloi LOt1ISVIU E KI of rt ti 1 MilI + If rii1f fr fIf W tt r x t + 1h t I re iUIIlr I P1Ft r iltta- I I1 oft lr din itrn t 1 Nl s ts iN I Hartford Republican Eatond according to law at tbe Potofflc irtford Kyf Mtnail matter of the tcoad thew CMBARNETTfdltort and Fnftlttft J j J NEY FOSTER Address all communications to The Hartford Republican TBLaPA02Sg- 63aaabrlad 40- 4ousb Zlvr =2 FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 We are more than oonvinood that what governor Wllteon and Socretnr of State Bruner have been aylng about etch other Is abeolufcdy true Tariff reform Is a lit thing un til it begins to effect the prices of things wo have to sell Theo It 1 s different This is a eddish World after all We bao1dmany compliments paced upon our last weeks odttio or Christmas numbor and here tkt occasion to return our tbanks for the many kind things which have been Bald about us by our friends Tho average tariff Bmrhir will tsel you that protection Is responsible for all of the trusts What uboutthe- ice trust theater trust express com pany trust telephone and tulcgrapb trust and the Associated l Press trust The damnable tax sysUsm refer red to by Secretary of State Bruner in Louisville last week was enacted by a Democratio legislature In tact no Republican legislation was over enacted In Kentucky as that party has never had control of the trace legis lature Dr Creoellus ofPendleton County has announced his candidacy fertile Democratic nomination for Socrotary of State and In doing so rtflites that he is theonly announced auwVidAte What about our own G B Likens who has boon laboring under the impr 3 eion that he was somewhat sncounc 001 Get busy and show jm that you are in It Gabe The spoxsh of Charles HebOT Clark at the banquet of the Arn loan As sociation of wool and worsted manufacturers at thoWaldorfAtftoTia la New York Doc 8th was one of the most powerful answers to tlhfe free trade tariff tinkering crowd which 11 bas been our good fortune to read Mr Clark followed cha1rmnn Emery of the tariff board end comnleifelj demolished his theory concerning the settlement ol tie tariff QueHttaa by commission Senator Lafe Young tare newest member of the United States Serrate and who succeeds Senator Dolllvu made a speech one day last wtd which has attracted attnerticci all over the country It was in reply to a spooch by his own colleague sen ator Cummins on the tariff qutwtlon Senatcr Youngs statian jit that the country would bo boner off if Con groSs would adjourn for rwo years- was a corker He might have made it FOUR and the country would still profit by It u The National Civil Services Reform Association winch has just con eluded its annual meting in Bsflti more took the position that all officers of the United Stafcs tliould be undor Civil services except the President Vice President and mem bees of the cabinet We st s norea ton to exclude thcsj offices rom the list Wo have had tveml presi dents who if subjected to a truita ble Civil service fcxamicpjUcn would doubtless have failed and acre Is no doubt but what many memUars of the various cablnots coukl never hav gotten in under a woll regulated dvll service system By the way why not have the civil service oomnllssion- ers also pass Uw required examina tlonOwing to the entire com jcrop fail uro in the Rough river bottom toad for two years thousands of bushels of corn have boon shipped trey o in alto past taw weeks both by rail and river and tho farmers ore compell ed to send their monty crony to pay for on article undor ordlnariy condi lions they would be eedllng them selves This is no taint otjtfce far jner or tho land but Is flueieateTely to the unprecedented rains and tioods which have dovoatabed form Jands throughont a wide range of tho Groen river and Rough river vaUaye No betty corn land exists owyjftliare and otur people are looking forward hope fully too boumUous crop fihfe com Ing eeafion which will place tlxen upon ihoir foot again and bring back ijev prosperous days width they enjoyed before the floods F TAXING IT OUT OFTOLlnCS- Erery time oayUJlng gals wrong ine ldJdrcl thiecry temateed take jtout of pollUa Tills tos oriocm l t rd civil eervice ext until now hnoat Vary appointive position lrat sell rocavorod from politics teo caLl vd Those Tkople forgot that poWJc ureand simple is oho moans by Which I ny Republican form of BOVaraiDOT ls run Anything else in Monarchy 1 iw moro we boocnno domino d bl Ivil service or lifo tenure in orI tee the ocarrc oksn wo beoame to llcmarx y Th mcro officers oloaiw by tho i plo the mere Hoarly pro remain alLed to tho scheme of Reipub lean form of eov ananent Tho kin I rhich our forefather dntondcd should govern this country it makes us sick at heart every time wo bun amccno Jump up with tho crY tak It out of politics Our counlry Is un by polltias and the tbonIgwllo- Is to eee to It that wyj havo pun ant tonal politics the kind that wi Elect and appoint homed and oapohl moo to office The trouble is not with the system but with the pro pie themselv in their laxity in re 1ulr1ng tat each nominee shell be of the very beat material Dbtainabl within the party For Good Roads The special aoanmlttioe of tthe South Hood Roads Association met In Louis ille last week to prepare a ropor Which will be filed with the legis ure The wiggestoins prepared br the committee provide for the imnosl ion of a straight 5 cents upon the 61o0 tax In Kentucky for good roads he creation of the poslttJonn of Sate highway commissioner to superintend the spending of this money the asI Istance out of this fund of poor counties in the building of roads wit the provision that no county shall re elve more from the state than It aises itself Night Rider Case Closed Eddyville Ky Dec 21ot gull ywas the verdict returned todar jy the jury in the eooalled nigh ider trial here In which Roy Mar rick Spunk Crookmur Fraud Nor ihy and Vitas tMitchell were charges with the murder of Axiom Coope last summer The jury was given the case yostor lay and reported this morning tha hey could not agree Trey wore returned to the jury room and short reppearud with a vredict acquitting he aocustd men CERAL VOiDoc 21Mrs Grace biker Is visit ns her parocts at KuStawa thisweek Lltile Marvin the five year old ihlld of Mr Marvin Everly died IRe 9tl aDd was buried here the lOih Mrs Mlnda Patterson Prentis visited her old tome lat week Mrs J H Wood is finishing thi school here ta i law of Mr Arth IT Wilson who quit on account of Eye trouble Mrs Ada Young of Oweasboro Iii visiting Mrs CQtcnma Ererly Messrs Albert and Bun Patterson Prentls were here tome days ago Mrs Price Hallows and children Louisville visited rtlatlvus here this Mk Mr William J Brown has bough and moved on idhe Casoblr farm ratown Rv R D Bennett flllisd his res ilar appointnmtcit hero Sunday Republican Convention- At a melting of the Republica Committee of the Sovonth Sonatorl al District of Kentucky held Sn Boav n Dam on the 17 h of Dec 1910 at 1 oclock T m for the purpose of de armlning te time place and maner- of nominating a candidate to T e vo5x- or for State Sennator for said lietrict at the regular November vlx Jon 1911 Mr T K Green waselec- d Chairman and J C Flentr Sec otary On motion it was ordered and dl Cted that a delegated oonvontioi of the rupTescntRtlves of the Repub Ifan pasty of th Seventh Sonatorl al district of Kentucky be held lathe city of Btaver Dam Ky at 1 idock p m standard time iMomda the 30th day of Jan 1911 for the purpose of nominating a Ropubllcai andldate for State senator for sad ifitrlct to be voted for at the regular Jovcanber election 1911 The delogatee to said conventlot hall be selected by county mass qon- vont1ons tx be held at the county seat in each county of told dlstricta 1 oclock p m standard time 01 Saturday Jan 28th 1911 Each coun- r Bhall be Entitled to one delogat tm oath one hundred or fractio ow fifty votes cast for taw ntotni- eo for governor in said orunty at tho Novttnber election 1907 ThE orm of voting at said county mas OTivenCion for delegatca tJioll be bl I v1u vovo The number of delegates wider this apportionment allowed t tiacli of the counties Is oo follows utLw 2- iluitlenberg 2E Ohio 3- 1Number of Tpt s necessary to a j i gc t 4 v F M GREEN Woia j Je FLENiR syey t 1 iY wx41 r BEAVER DAM Dec 21Rev Ai Bar jI filled his reguter Tai polnUneitta hero Bat irday and Sunday and our SundaY- S hool te till improving Mr Jean Hazelrigg iwho rhea hadi- l1e typhoid fever for thcpaat1 throxi months Is abo to be on the strootfl gain Mrs Annio Shukz who tea bon rery 111 of pneumonia for the past ttoak is reported butt r Mrs Roy Tichenor twhp has been at tho bedside of her alsftar at the Point for tho post Reek baa ri urn yA homeMrs ablo Sandofur ft Hartford is risking her mother Mrs HunSoy and hor sister Miss Ruth Hunk hose this rook Mte Ruth Hunloj attNid tho unefal earvioos of her friend Mr Gus llstrap lost Thursday oi Oromwdl The Sunbeam girls will give a candy pulling Saturday night at Pocfccca Restaurant Also tho pupils of W K S and few of tho town gCrts will give two cvatontalnmonts core on Thursday and Friday nigUtis Mrs Pearl Ashby and little daughter Mildred of McHenry are j6lUcng ilrs Ashbys mother and father hero his week A large crowd from the country was in town Saturday The Porters Restaurant which has been In our town for the post three months bas been moved to Green rulevBro Claudo Chick was ordained for preaching last Saturday evening He preached his first sermon Sunday right Mr Langenor of Iowa Is visiting relatives at this place Mr John Jones of Broadway has moved into the F O Austin prop erty Mr E J Tllford has completed his tour new residences the Rondead lltion and all are occupied Mr Ed Barnes was In gown Sunday Mr Lawrence Bean the son of Mr and Mrs Cuntls Boon who was lUllI ed by a train bitwoen San Francisco and Salt Lake City was brought here Sunday mornnlng the funeral services took place Monday morning at ton oclock they were conducted by Rev WrIght and after funeral services his I remains wre laid to rest In the Baptist oemetrey He was one of I Dhlo countys well known young mom and will be missed by all mho know trim Notes From Hartford Churches Next Sunday will bo the last a= lntment at the Christian Church hero for Elder J P Tuck Services hiIvltedeI by Elder W B Wrighit who re ienUy moved here Santa Claus will bo at the Methodltl and Baptist Churches Saturday evening Both churches will have a Christmas tree and everyone is invited to rarticlpate irresiwotive of their church affiliations Regular services at the Baptist Church next Sunday Sunday School iosslon at 945 Morning worship at 11 oclock and evening worship at j oclock Young pooples meeting at 5 oclock Rev J W Bruner pastor There will bo services at Goshen tlfthodifit Church next Sunday at 11 L m It Is hoped there will be a good attendance and that we may properly celebrate tho birth of our Lord Rev Virgil Elgin pastor x EASTVIEW Doe 20RlJ C C Taylor preach oil at Bells Run church Sunday Mrs Effie Martin and children spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr end MrsCUut Miller at Maxwell Mr and Mrs Vess Taylor of Hen erson are spending a few days with rlends and relatives in this vlclnHy Mrs Sally Martin Is on the sick 1stMr Dud King went to Hoflin Mon lay on business i Notice to the Poolers The warehouse at Harford will be olsed all day next Monday Dgccm 00r 26 and do not brnig your tobac co on that day If you want It Tecolv ad then The warehouse will be open on Tuesday D FORD r Sheep for Sale v 20 Head of Ewes Apply to P H HOOD Belo Ky jOH r Prof Rhoads Accepts Chair k Owensboro Ky Doc 21 The board 0 oduoatbrs nest da special fanat the B M A rooms iwlth a qiiorurn pre ot The meeting was callod to t insider the situation arising V from I foe recent election of Prof Rhoads to the chair of Secondary Education in- heI State University I Mr Rhoads abated to tHe board tbatthenow work would demandbut l I part of bU time for the roma ifdor i of this year and that bo could finish I ho year hbre on a rohdjusted basis both as to time and salary and rfill cept the now position a fv3lyodF bf M4adb will sot bagin ti Ief no spiMr Ttto boaM ndbrted i J It YJ i 7C tti1 WHAT SHALL IFOR XMAS l 3 Everybody is racking his or her brain for an answer to this question Why dont you come in and let me assist you to a choice I am sure you will admit at a glance that with the splendid array of the finest goods you will see and the eleven years entirely devoted to this line that I am capable fof doing so There are too many things to mention all here but will list a fewjFor Her = Broaches Necklaces Watch Chainsi Fobs P Cuff Buttons 1 1Hat Pins j Braceletsfine line Mesh Bags 0 I Plain Signet and Set Ringsbig line Manicure Sets Toilet Sets 350 to 850 s Toilet Good- sPearlhandle Pins Desk Clocks can furnish baby fathermothergrandfather and Come in and look We will show you through even if you dont buy now you may some other time I am the agent for the and TAPPAN Hartford The And IIbof tho preliminary work c with the new position which Super I nsntlendont Rhoads will accept will be done In the office hero thus enI abling him to be in the city a large part of the time I Bank of Hartford ExaminedI State Bank Examiner paid Hartford a visit last week and I examined the Bank of Hartford When billymakingstate banks the Secretary of State made a proposition to these Institu tions Inviting Ciera to be examined the failure of the act to become a law The Bank of Hart ford was among those nosh accept ed the secretary of states proposal After lIen ding about throe days goo ing over the books of the bank and making a careful examination of its 1 abilities + and assets Mr Rogers vol unteered to say that he was pleased to find the bank in sUch a splendid condition Kept The KIng at Hones itbpftheNew Life Pills In our home and they have proved a losing to all our family writes Paul Mathulka of Buffa lo N Y Easy but sure remedy for tomacb Liver and Kidney troubles Only 23c at all druggists an School Notes I wish to call att3nlpn to the time of the Common School oxarait nation which will be held January 13th 14th 1911 1AJi pupd In the who aree expeptlDgto attend ettfhcr of the cpuni tY ISchoo1shoud to passihte examination All pupils fwho QOO plot the Dommon School Course and pass this examinat tlon will navei free tuition to the- C9itiuryJlghBChOola pupils ini th lr who arev ready for High auchPIIPllaIare not ready ear that ark I tbtnkallegotisgzaotand young women who are expecting to teach inthe neaT future flJh tildl attendsofng High School The public tteKnade ttialt you at en Cf otne geod ooIIUd fUIIYP reoi- IIIo1e yourselves sler Mbigl- ei All who attend tSe lepMH pratodtJiy ISO M i ahtii1dbo1tB1911o HENRY JJBACH ftiif rt It 1 f I For Him = = = rJ Rings Signet and Emblem kindsv ChainsIWatchesa big Cuff Buttons any kind of pattern l Fobs Safety Razorsthe best Shaving Mugs and Brushes Hat Brushes Cloth Brushes Military Brushes Fountain Pens Also presentsfor grandmother gladly Remember appointed Edison Phonograph Records JB Ky Reliable Jeweler Optican notwithstanding Country makoeagange- meats h- Teacherbavbfg CharmsaU line l Special on Xmas GoodS t Let us save you money on your Xmas goods We still have some good bargains left Dont fail to see us first to dd Myout you So be wise and come here first Dont be like the lady who came after she had bought and was sorry she did not come tot see us first Ifydufind what you want here we will save you oneJialf or more on your money br in other r baymuch Velsewhere So trusting you will r take advantage of these pricewe are yours for business I tk oj 1 Y 3 ry i I 1- dhip r Ebunty Drugh a AA fraoarporeitads j r dohn XITaylor Managerr0 =IE M J 7 1 I 011 S t tI t I j ir rt Vi Z WE 1 J IItf 1 A t r r Ml y i I SSS OOs uisI-t cA L b 4 ON Our bigChristmas stock is the completest in Hartford and let us insist on you taking immediate steps in making your purchases so as to avoid the Dig Rush which come on Friday and fSaturday An abundance of Toys ofall kinds found in our Toy department and there are i Nice New and Serviceable Gifts for the older ones throughout our entire house Call and get a glimpse of the good things in store for you and dont forget that it pays to trade with A House That Saves You Money c Go lt06 9N6 969 9 SSSSSSSS0 Hartford Republican y FRIDAY DECEMBER 2- 311IlnoisContraIRallroadTime s Tablel At Beaver Dam Ky for BOllud Mouth Bound No1U due 405 s m Noln du1t35 s m Nol22due1228 p m No1ut due 248 p E- oKole2dae248pm NoLIl dui 8l 6p r- nIL II D1e E Railroad Time Table at HartfordKy Time tAble eftoot1ve Sunday IDea 1th contains the fotlovving schedules i No 112 North Bound due 729 a m t dally except Sunday No 114 North Bound duo 340 p m daily except Sunday Np 115 South Bound due 8G5 a m t daily except Sunday No 113 South Bound duo 146 p m j e dally except Sunday H E IISCHKE Agtr 1 r 1 j All kinds of tlroworks at ners r Everything good to oat at Ilere- f 1tlr J D Autry RoJtO 1aua among our callers Tuesday Ii i Fruit basktds of 1tlJ Proipnt4oPSat C Itors25c to 5 t fi r iliI Nuts Candies Frullts of overy de scrlptionat Ilers grocery i J c ner your slicer dwaytsi on 1thespot Prompt service dnL6ogrocery FancYboXfJc1f JPwnets Chow late at J C to 4- 6t I o not dAy Buy Chrlst gooa1 a 1 ylowandatBardarddcCOtetT1Ie I wHI be fOund at Hartford Gnooery Co j duringtQbrlstmaax Slnnmone IUd l Giavoe any edze 1 jyr GEt your Ohristmas Fruits mites from Hartford Grocery Co 251l6tJ i 1 1to payIDir30 cdnte a dDzon f r f 8 Bend ue all you hlgve j 4 s IHARTFORD GROCERY co I9r E 1ltnbtre Iint1ndy Pl JOIWf1019110re due bM been trsnmcting legal Ii oA 1J 1Ic I Ft r h i AtIorneY S A Andorson returned Saturday afternoon from Louisville Exelusfve sale of Boover Dam Flour M our mu1t shop SANDERFUR CO All kinds of f hand cured meats- Ktaple groceres c at lower prices SANDERFUR CO Bsver Dam Flour found only In Hartord at SnJUlerfur COs moat shop Dont give junk tar Xmas Ilather gut useful articles from Barnard JFlee line ot Case Pipes at J C IJerss table for Ohrlstmns pras ants An prices Follow the straight and narrow path In oronO wear Crossett ShooSl- BARNARD CO We commence delivery of meat at 53t a in each mornIng SANDERFUn Co For an kinds of Fih Grocerla call U S Carson Phone 21 All goods delivered You have tried the rest now try the best Flour in town at Sehroai ors Cash Grocery J K Shoos wear splendidly and no ndeer lasts are mado lJarnord Co selling agents The bird Season taon and you will want Shells See U S Carson who has 20000 to select from- Huy a SUbsocrpitJoo In Ilers Ll ChristImas nesant Price x116 A present whiob fa worth every Dent you paya bpx of Holoproo- tijose Ask Barnard Qo See us before buylnn ypur Christ roes goodies Our ltno Is nest com p1Qte Hartford grocery Co MrRQaD Holbrrppok was transact lnG bustpeas m LouIsvlilo hetirat- of the week returning Wednesday Gab busy OIl our free Silverware propoliJtJoD 8a go from the- begimntog HartfOrd Grocery Co Tour friends would certainly en- joya llseket oil qur mice fetlts and- Ceoldes HrtBordGsgoery Co Yu can g f181b Bib Granulated artorOneDOllar tSphad1 Oash Grocery Ev cle iDtlheGro I propOrtion U 9 Carson the Grocer keepe usuatyPhone 21 Your patronage solic tecL j C I w ii L Hlnvrln pent a tow 1lrsin LoulsvUJo wIth frJ Dds this weekWe are payIng 30 cents per dozen for Eggs this wok Sehmaders Grocery Hon n E lie SlmmOfman ran acted legal bU3111S3n Loulnille this wooktMr James T Davis Hartford Rauto 1 paid The RWlUbllc a pleasant call Wednesday I Mr E D DuekeRoute I was 1- pleasant eallgr at The Republican of- Iflco Wodchtisday iMr W H Barnes nrturnfd Satur day from a buslnCl9s trill to Frankfort and Lou I slille Mr and Mrs Goorgtt ArbuckLemov- ul to Ountral City lastweek whore they will reside- Miss Lydia Morton is spcndingthe I Christmas holidays with hr moder Mrs Ella Mann Mr Luslle Dnnot of Bode was a caller at The Republican office nttornconI uJ cfrctatnly on nIce frulits wad Candies Hartford Greenery Co- All fireworks at holt prJce ThrJrs day and Friday HARTFORD DRUG CO Lm011JOnted I am fixed up far Christmas all right in the grocery line Everything good W supply your table J C ILER Mr and Mrs EmaDiUoI Allen loft Monday for thulr home in Oklahoma thlSIcounty tho typhoid fever for the PAst four weeks Is getting along nicoly and able to alt up The infant child of Mr and Mm A C Coy of nl Sunnydals died Tuesday night ofpneumorla Interment at Smith graveyard Wednesday like infant oh dofjlr and Mrs r A Hoops of near Sunnydl dial i last Saturday Dec Ii ot nn aboo of the spine Interment at Bethel Mr HomySchamllre and family of Bloomington 111 arc vlsLting the formers parents Mr and Mrs C F Schapmlre and other rolntvos here I Mrs S K CQk lott last Friday for Charlestown Mo wihtro hi was called on ount of the UlnlfS ot her grandson Master Samuel Blaine White who dial aturdaY Mr Joe Tato returned Monday from Bower Dam whero ho has been ot the bedside of ibIs wife for several days Mrs Torto Is reprtJcll to b- bgvtUng along vary nicely now Mr McHenry Holbrook came home Sunday from Winch stor Ky whore ho is attending school W spend thu Christmas holidays with his llQroot Mr and Mrs Rowan Holbrook Mr Rethel Duke who for the past several months has boon employed as ongtnecr On the boat Hartford i has aoooptOO a position on the typo- graphicalI force of The RcqlubIdmn Mr McDowell AdFo- wwho is at tending the law department at taw State University at Lexington carne homo Sunday to spend the Chrtst mas holidays with his pat Hun and Mrs J E Fogt4 I recommend The Delineator and Evoroodys Magazine because they- are good magazines and because I can make you a very low price of 1I0 for both Send all orders for any magaJne or periodlcalto J Ney Foster Magazine Agent Hartford Ky U The Gentertownlodge Odd ei lows gave a banquet last Friday night which was qulto an enjoyable affair Thosofrom hero who attended were Messrs W R Hodrlclc Fred Cooper G B Likens Prod Robertson and Dr A B Riley Capt John G Ktown wIn wrrtvo home Saturday to sprain Clhriotanns wIth his wJfe here After the first of the year le will make hl head quarters in tho Soutbcasn Stag In the Inwft of tllo J I Cass Threshing Machine Co Regular rVfcVi1i held at- tho Christian Churoh nest Sunday morning and evening by Elder J P Tuck This is Elder Tucks last appointment m lLUttaro and liorwUl be suocoeded by Elder Y D Wright who recenUy moved here The looture Tuesday night at the Court Howiey Mr Humm W Davis of ouisvlUe was wellattended The subject pf his leotmle nlhe Effects ot holc Spirits on the Human SYalemand winJ1Iustrottd by the ateropUgtaernchlne Miss Fane W m lttt Wed needay for Forxlnvt1e tajaoao she has i aebogllkeepar sqaa- teaucgnaphor in a tbahk sitilbMpkr- Mine Wh ttLngh411 hM been hdgma- gnapher tn the law orifice 0 Ns G B Idkens for 6overett monbhe gob made a ifirge number of friends hue whor t fIo16e tray Ieayo obis city Mr carts BenncGt and family of near Concord church tuft Mon k y for Oklahoma where they will resldo in the future Mrs Maggie Griffin and son Mr- Hemryt Griffin will spend the ChrIst mae holidays wlth triends In and knr Oweelsboro Miss lva Condor and Mr R T Taylor both ot Mcorman Ky were mairiad by Judge Wooding to ibS office Thursday afternoon FOR SALEAnlc e btghtand lIght saddle mare 7 years old Iii I2 hands high Price 18500DR BEA Olaen Ky Mr Douglas D Fullx came home Thmtday morning from Lexlron where he Is attending State University to spend the holidays wIth his parents here Mr Allison Barnutt returned home Thursday afternoon from Elkton Ky where ho is attending Vandabllt Training School to spend the Christ mas holidays wlJd1 hJ3 parents here Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry MadlsanlIIe lee Laundry Company Incorporated tf School erns dismlElw In all of the dopantments at Hal2ford College Thursday atern ooh for Friday on account of the death of Miss 8m- Koown who was a member ot the Senior Class- Mr and Mrs W E Smith and daughter Miss Nollie who have been living in Mrs J R PhiliPs property near the depot for sortcal months left Monday for South Carrolton Ky whore rthoy will make thte1r home Mr RImer W TJnsluy who Is at Ste I atItornoonspend the Christmas holidays with hiS parents Mr and Mrs W S Tlnnsley and other relatives and friends Any one desirIng d perfeetfitln ladies Coat Suits or Skirts of kin should not taU to ate my samI pIes Satisfaction guarantPid Special i for Christmas Ladies Shirt Waists and mdcorchlefsIHartford Ky I Samuel BlaIne White Charleston Mo passed away Saturday nghtI December 14th He was 14 I and II grantison ot Cart loud Mrs s I K Cox of Hartford and Is wI1 tdj10wohero HIs father was n strong Baptist i About three year ago a revival j was held In Charlc ten and at t the close of the meeting without award I from his mother the little tA i low hopped up on his cruxhCs and joined the Methodist church He was burled at 230 Sunday afternoon at Charleston I Executors Sate On Monday January 2 Hill at the court house door In Hartford I Ky I will otter for sale by auction the tollolwng property onI six and twelve months Mme with proved security namely N1c five acres lurown as the HIckory lill lot just wrest of the town limIt and be- twfcn Rough rIver and the pike j deeded to L F Condit deceased by i J H CondIts heirs also onehalt I undivided interest In 358 acres wet I of and adjoining above lot Also nn undivided Interest in JO acres west I of and adjoining the above lot and east of w H Moore Sons slaughter I pons Sale between one and three ooock p m E T WILLIAMS Executor of L F Condit deceased 22t3 PALO Dec IBHeath J not so good at this writing MaetorMarbde and Holly White are an the sick list and the Want boy of Mr and Mrs Orval Coy Is very low with Brain fever Mr OnvUle Berry and Miss Lena J1L to Hartford shopping Sat urday Mr Olen Duke and family and Mrs Jane MaWea wore the guests ot Mr and Mrs W L White last Sunday Mr John Taylor Lowe and wife or Concord were the gueatsof Mr wm Feemster and family Sunday Mr George Russell and daughter Miss Roslo wont to Hartford host Ftddaybfr W L WhIQe NI Ukhn Duke I and Mr Ch4yrky F rwoottD Beaver Dail Frtday bars ma DurbJn Who has been sick for slight Wcoke at hoc mothers was able to go horne last Friday A aoela1V1IS given at Mr Andrew 1Ln skstStuay night AU ra- Poffa nfce time- Mr Elan nUke bbufddJJJga now bou e which twig be very nice when complytod 1 tnIH 111Nt Sun y on wxount of I n bt h jj i 11911 CALENDARS I 1 Ifl = bIfl b= Now ready for distribution A = = postcard from you will bring a = = beautifulcalendar for your room E Ifl I= 0 tfi t WIfl4 8 More Days of Fast Selling for 19i O iIIfl Ifl = Every Department con= = 4tains some things you 4need You have them to bq buy we are anxious to = = sell them to you The is 4 merchandise an db= are right It will make E = the dying days of the old = 4year much brighter if we e = can serve a multitude of i4 13 ft4 bIfl Ifl b i E P Barnes Bros i 4BEAVER DAM KY e 1ARE YOU GOING TO SCHOOL HARTFORD COLLEG f Qfes exceptional advantages to young ItWfI nnd women Strong faculty of evon teadJHtI thrEeIengaged exclusively in Collegiate and JffdllIS Training work Special classes in an the r 11ffIIln branches including Theory and Practice Ior tlluse preparing to teach New classes orgailizel lW ihce wishing to begin High Schoolwork l onlll and tuition reasonable and satisfaction guar lnlt cI to every honest work- erMidyear Term and Noniin1 Work Begin Jane 9 11911 ohtainhighersihlePupilsL course and wish to taKe up High Schoolwork klloezld enter at the beginning of the term I fIAlsY p ForFurther Information Address NliLLBY B BROWN Pres T N SJ1ITli11 Pros tbo illness of the chUdren of lier son Ur Lonoy Whnsatt Dr Duff of Dundee was in this community hunting l sty aturday- Mr Lawrnce Burger ojn town has moved on his farm WfJ are glad to have him In our mtdgt pgaLa Mir Chnr3By Baxley 4u tlr yv J- w Ite and son W L White Jr went toe Dundee last Monday with a oad9f hayor Dr JAIDuff Miss Eva Hines was the guest or kiss WJJoberry lust Sunday Mrs Annie Maiden spent the day- last Sunday with Mrs Fanny Coy Mlasos peaJl and Heron Berry called on lairs Mary White Sunday oven lag Well Christmas is almost iiere- but old Santa Claus stopped Utdoro- be Sot to unnny ale for he never tt any of his things there So 1 wish dng lof you a merry Christmas cud- Happy Ndw Year l wilt cle GUNS IL ttjumsii i a j ReceivedIe Shot Guns Rifles Tarot Guns AMlliUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfully asir you to call and scs the hugest and byst line or Shot Guns ever In Hartford U SCARSONIqpzOCE l r VlIJN Hartford tEenlucty- t Rr- LZ1 N I sG i I T r ryi 1 1 NEATEST GATHERING OF I BUSINESSMEN HELD J In this Country Will be Address ed by Taft at At lanta Vafifubieton Dec 23 Proelont Taft will address tho greatest gathor Jng of business men over taW in this country on March lOtih at Atlan ta Georgia where tho Southern Com mercial Congress Will be in i+lnson for throe days beginning Marvh 8th 3911 Tho Governors of tho ohO fifteen Southern States unitod with Governor Drown of Georgia in ex tending this Invitation to Frurfduat Taft which was dallvorod to himi to day through the Executlvo Commit tee of tho Southern ContmorcLal Ccn gross and a Committee from Goorgia The program of the thre days wSl be tho most important in the history of the commercial South and Invdtn dons will Iw liuod to tho most prominent men of tiho nation tn participate In addition to tho id dress by tho Pnssldent who ins chos en for his subject A Creator Na tion through a Gunter South nd dr eses will bo mado by ExFtraslidant Roosevelt GoviEloct Woodrow IVVil son of Now Jersey lion T V Pow derly Surgeon General Walter Wyman the Governors of the Southern Beatas and other distinguished own tihncHiph out the entire country This vast rally Is Intended to twsti fy in a vivid manner to till people of tho nation that the South regard- Ing itself as an Integral portion of our great counntry has set itsdf a tile task of building a BfriU gruatuir nation through tho growtliand develop roM of a still greater South Final arrang3ments of the Birognam are now being completed by the Eae cutlvo Commltttoo of the Southern Commercial Congress at Vaahianeton who expect to announce tho full Bst of speakers within a few daye A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other na ture demands prompt treatment wit h Bucklens Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as also for Burns Bolls Sores Skin Eruptions Ecema Chap peel Hands Corns or Piles 25c at all druggists on orSMALLHOUS Doc lGRov H P Drown preached at the Smallhous jbaptst church last Sunday w6 learn ho has left an apj oln4nwnt for the fourth Sat iirday evening and Sunday morning Ho has been ekctd pastor of Small hous clutch for tho ensuing ywu beginning In January firs 11 D Hunnter and Httie tOnE I left Monday for Livarmone to visit her aunt Mrs E 11 Maddox thtn fo Utica and Owensboro She tvillKave for her home In Gunnlson Colo rhu 22nd accompanied l y h6r efc rVl8 EthoJ Howard mho will maXo bur short visit Mr room Crowder haithevoortycffltfe for next year annd will move So 1 t soon and Mrs George FVreumn who has the ferry at South CarrolKon win move to tho farm that Mr Cro7dir ig living on to Tho school here taught by Miw Wablo Eatrtwday will eke Irtdy tIIIr nir town wore tin guts of thir tetT Mrs StsJi Hunter Monday night Born recently to Mr and r1d it ry Bishop a fine girl h Mr Fr pl noon leant to dritraJ City Monday Mr Alvln Calloway wont to Dam Sunday nvsnlng and on 1IfMlI Us Monday to atL and tau Mr Stevens Mr terry Bishop has bought 100 n- acres of land near Providoncw and iy will move to same noon Dec 1GMr Edgar Boohm of near Hartford Mr and Mrs R P Ben nett Bida Ky Mr Jim Calloway toad to grandson Raymond Boyd Ccnit rtJOwn Ky were in our midst recently the suesta of Mr and Mrs Alva Callcrway Mrs Jerry Dawson and ohldremlbave Fri ajoaii quite ill recently Dr Banu of South Carrollton was cfllicd to see thorn They are better nt thls Bay ttox Messrs Hf nderBOin and Will Ed vL- Ashbj Contertown wore In our midst last MollidlwMr John Barnard who has town ion on the sick list for some dine is bettor sa- Meesxa Jake Barnard nnnd J fi Drake sold somo nice tat cattte to sick Mfssra Hurbert Dean and Jan Ad 4lln ton recently no Mr Will AVlthrow sold a nko young I parse to Mr W E Ashby rooentlyc- anahddaWon soon ILJ 225nln 4JIrBAngle Crumbaker and daugh l dSntral CUT TVIID Slaver been ty I r L1i 1 visiting her mother Mra Alary Bar nard have returned toomoi Mrs H D Hunter and children Khb aria visiting hot fathorkilaw Sir Rob Hunter and family and lotherroln- Wves hero will leava lust Alqnday Doc 12 for mica nroutoto nor homo in Gunnleon CoJo H husband R D Huntor will mot heat Dimo- urCblotrill be oixompanilied to her home by nor astor Miss Eth l HowO ard whovsiil make liar a short vist before returning to her home at UUca BALD KNOB Doc 14Rov J H Embry has ibxn visiting his daughter Qwensboro for- eth last few days Mr and Mrs Lon Leach visit d tholr dougMer Mrs Sudle 1ortar cud family the nth i There will be no meeting at hie place n rt Sunday Several from here are ling the rortTal which its in prosrosa atLLb enty churah Services by the Pastor Rev Richard Hari er next 1st Saturday night Sun day morning and Sunday night Every body come itspcntiingnfcnvdays Mr Lonnie Sanderfur and family of the Coopor NolghiorhoadclaltsFrond Crawford is in our vjcinnity again Welcome bock to Old Keaiucky The big snow which fell here Jast Monday was a week is about mtU d oft I Mr Marlon Sandefur and rfstor Harriet spent last Sunday at Dr Oscar Aliens of Cromwell Miss EnnJoiai Taylor visited Miss Fniniie Nan PJuinmer last Sunday Merry Xmas and Happy Xuw Year wall OLATON Dec iMr iCB B FVilx who has been very bick tar the past fcw days we are gtad to say Is roportod some bettor at this writing Mrs Mack Thinner rcturniod to OlaI ton Tuesday after spending the past savera lays in Owensboro Mr Noah Skagge of Batter Dam- swa the guest of W B McDnJikJ and family Tuesday Mrs Le Patterson and offs Tidy Payton vititcd Mrs John Ford near Cain Rnn Satnirday and Sunday Miss Magio May is vlsltinng rofi Uves and frjends in Ltitchfldd this w ek Mrs J Will Weber and Mrt C W Gaints of Owensboro era the of Mr and Nt J F Alkii guJtII Mr and ME W V Slmstall havwbven Wi y JcA for the past soy weeks are rfawly improving I NO CREEK Ilea 14Dlr Henry Tlnsloy hat racy erj on his farm on Rough river Pro Mien visaed friends Rosiuo Saturday and Sunday rturnI ing Sunday night We are glad tOEOte that Miss Fyli dla Foster was able to return to school at Hartford this week Hon W B Taylor and Esq B S GrWard white they wire out looking af tAr the roads Monday The writor c dtsires to thank Mr Ward for thy a thattday t Mrs J P Foster visited hwmotih t fattythays this wOJk Several loads of tobacco were itak rn through our omniunlty this wlOla LivermorecaMr Jabn A Johnson1 has returned home from Evansville and other r olnts on the Ohio river where heSi taught about two thousand bushels b farmIera OJ Hartford and iiauHng the corn maclMr Jim iambs lain who was reported a t ik last week is ablb to itlond rtchool igaln- CENTRAL r at GROVE Dec 13 IbK tsertosof meetings at Baptist church hero oonljuck 01 the pastor RJV E H Maddox of ivernioro and Rev T J RatclJffo or pobra4tho church Tbe following wore apUzod Ulseos Georgia Golf Maggie ta Ichenor mho Roeder Edna Brown si tessrdTom Bra Ti Haydtai Curtis is ank TJchenor Darral Robertson in rank TtfdCernan and Prayer meeting WAS tiondu0ldl Sun 0hlghtlby Mr J E Ashby ox Miss Rosa Ixmey of Slmmww le rdatlvefl In thCu comimuiifiitjy for Miss MyzUo Park spent teal nxk 01 1th hor slater Mrs GoargM Btvn of at Willlomu Dilutes er C L Lon l has nx verod from ft vro attack of te grippe Littlo Harry Fought who has peon is btittor atl L B Lonuy was in itho Pond Run PC ghiborhdod rooonttyaajid UIoibero an sited aunt EtoabtfLh mi1o as will have jxfictoed the age of t no years solo roads withou- tBiasseshas not uecdtbon tortwto= years and tow httalGhfe good j tut gyp SLAVE MARRIAGES tARE LEGITIMATE I i Senator Bradley Has Bill Passe Making Them Valid and Binding Shoot after the war the Koutuck Legislature allowed nil staves wh had roarrdcd to bondage to go beta the county clork and tnako n dcciira tlon thereby IfgltlmadziEs their mar- I rlage and Issue Owing to ignoranc this wan done In but a fow Instan tlio consequences bong that the pon slog bureau turned down nil widows land orphans ponsion claims At thD last ssssicn of tho Kentucky Lcga turo Senator Bradloy prepared n bill which was put through both bcuso by State Senator Curoton of Louis ville malting the customary day e marriages legitimate Thsywcro us ually performed without n HceJise The pension bureau has ntlud tits ron now consider any claims iwliicl be filed slnco the act of the leg islature went into effect last July All aims which were filed txvforo the date must be refilod There ore eov eral hundred cases In tho state of ne- gro soldiers whoso descendants will become pensionable under tho ruling of the pension bure- auChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Dynamite Explosion Special Correspondence- Mr John G Dafter of near Sunny dale while studying tho general ron tents of a Dynamite cap on last Tuesday tlio 13 experienced quite a surprising accident about 11 oclock when the exilosion of tho Dynamite cap occurod tearing tho fore finger of ills left hand oft at the middle joint and the end of his thumb off turning up the nail and injuring the finger next to his foreglnger also Injuring the same finger and thumb on Ws right hand and doing sumo Injury to his face In several places Not only this but also his wife and two boys who Were standing or sit ing near him were also Injured by same explosion The tthi that hu was using In taking this llJi was broken in to several ploJos Id J A Duff of Dundd3 was called dressed their wounds and Ibuy ire now doing as weld as could bt jxpocted I CASTOR IAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatnr0 71of For Cooking and Serving Into one quart of vatjr grato the ellow rinds of three lemons and two rangftou Add two pounds of sugar nd stir until dissolved Simmer gently fifteen minutes Strain and rjturn o the koala which should 0 a porcelain lined or iwhlt granite one and add to it one glass cfachi current Jolly raspberry mid Heat strain again then cool baforo ding n pint of grapo juice and a I n of granted pineapple Cover and sttaslde overnight When ady to serve add n pint each pre irvwl cherries and peadHa cut in ts Put a quart of t as mlxtum In the punch bowl add to water a pint r ginger ale or ono cupful glngvr tea that has bean Btcepd Btnalntd and illlod Replenish the following bowls nioodod observing the soma propor lions Put into an agate pan four cupful granulated sugar one cupful of thick cream and two cups of watwr Stir until thin sugar Is dlesolvad nddI 10 tablespoonful of butter and coolI without fltlrrincg for twcoity minutes longer It must crisp whtn drop d Into cold watior flavor as tkislr pour into buttered plates and cool quickly Uhon cool enough to handle kolt and puilunMl this mass foots nnoth and velvety the longer it pulled the cnuuntor it will bJ Draw ute long strips out In small piioces lay on waxedpaper when cold pack in Un boxes that aro air tight id It will be moro creamy Another rule for cream candy calla two itoupf nle of granulated suM 10 Ol1fuIotJIJqur onohnlf cup vimogar on halt cup pf cold wat and flavoring Mix Jho sugar and flour together add vlnogar to ho I water and stir into tine eugartvli l flour boil until it snaps but do notLr other putting It on to lU1on to a buttered platte flavor i pullJOOgConk togotber ono cupful of granu I cupfulsIJiiwof vinegar and a piocse of bit i ter Abe slZoota Banall ilcS ory nut Do not let It boll bard and do not sJr etea It will graliu Aa egoef ag t brittle wlcndtqppOO into void water turn Into buttered raga and loot awa- yqncoal onought hamicUet Th f d pulling poool ono to hold tho hinds In pc UJon of shook for Uii putter to throw tho BiJcvSch cd candy upon wlillij thocthor holds the length togaUier Ito moro drnll oatoly it Is handlod ilho HhtiT iawJ y or and texturowlll tocondiXbo Wbcri it is of a higJt cream color stretch In C to a long wide thin etrfp and lay on a marble or molding board Wlthtiio loft hood lift the end of tocandy from the board and with tho tack ofo I a knits hold In the right hand break ing tho length presets tho ends to goWer making the candy less porous Maoauro onobalf level tonspocn of dr mustard the same of sugar a salt spoon of salt and a tow groats of caj suns Add the unbeaten yolks of Jfwxj eggs oc balf cup of ollro cU ono and onehalf tabltfipoocB of viDtjgar tarragon preftrod a rounding kaspcon tech of chopped plcklee oapiersnnd olives and a level teaspoon of min + tad carslcy Alter meat Is renfly to pot hrwo boiling ono quart of the meat liquor add a pint of chopped nucut and thick en with corn mco unOJ the conals fancy of common rattan Mold and slice and fry quickly to Hgilit brown in butJntOJd Ocean SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure ant aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you canbut for real relief and goodt dental work make an appointment with us for the practical way of getlting your teeth in fine shape Bost crown and bridge work in this town or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 218 DR He J BELL DENTIST Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky e For Sale Real Estate 50 Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located threw miles west of Hartford About 20 acres in culti rrlngsWe have 4CO acres of tine bottom land from one and a halt to two miles of Hartford part of it with 8EUmberland belonging to the same tractD Terms easydlISO Acres of land two miles south of Rosine on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres botton land spout 20 acres timber land and the rest of it fairly good upland Five rocm frame two story house two KJdidOIJIbe sold and will be sold at a bargain- S S new one and onehalf story frame j building with five rooms and large beetselectedand Fredrlca streets Hartford Ky 1 NjraterTerms reasonable 4 Apply to 6 BARNETT A FQSTERe Hartford Ky m A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm It qutckfUMrbed cleanses Gives Rsliettt Onej heals and mteCta he discasedmem IJBBJjhway a n the Bd41lorythA GceatalGyDr n rti M a jA s r j tkrti i I coCcry t OhoCoukatya Circuit CourtTF Btrkhead Judge Ben D Binge Attorney W P MJdklJr J llerE 0 BarrftM Clerk I F U Fe llx Muter Commisloncr il 5 Collins Trustee Jury Fund T H Black Sher itt Hartford Dcputlc S 0 Keqwri pri Lon Black Court convenes first MOP day In March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays in May and Noveniber two week County Court H R Wedding Judge W S Tlnsley Clerk C E Smith At tome Hnrtford Court conveues first Monday In each month quarterly Quarterly Court Deglns on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October Other County Offlcerr C S iloxCey Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky n F D No 2r Bernard Felix Assessor Hartford Ky ItF D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A B Riley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday in September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December ai3rd3rd Monday In J 1001 Wednesday after 3rd September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John H Itocfcport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jtne Friday after 3rd 3rdMondayJ C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday af after3rdter 3rd Monday In December after2nd3rdMondayMonday in November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday FebruaryWednesday i AugustWednesdayber afterndafterrdNovemberJ after 2nd 2ndMonday MentayHARTFORD POLICE COURTS LlkensCltytttomcy monthCity TrellSlrerPenTaylorchairmanWC M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES ntonringandday in each month Sunday School 945 WedneslaySUndBYnaming345 a m Prayer meeting every Wed BrunerpastorfountSunday Clayortl neachWilsonpastorSECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C73 K A M meets first and third Monday night In CIKeystone Chapter No 110 It A M meets every third Saturday night in PriestWSmeetslollaaVUlleofPythlaeKeownIHartford Tent No M K 0 T M ThursdayynightForeman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M nightnLadyRecord 18181meets SeeTreaemeetssecondch month A II Noble Grand D Schroader Secretary RedenIY night In each month Walter Camp otecordsPreston Morton Post No4 G A R befortIeRogersAdltA S of E OfficersC Greenville III GreenYTreasIndlanapsOfficersr Pres Georgetown Ky hartford = I Ca1hounXJhloi L Stevens Pres Beaver DamKy KyJCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordKy DIIcyST W McQuady BaJzetown Plumer TatarMlneeKyJ L Brown Ky riOd oeUaReWNnpN4 1- ndheaKart I Yee aJrtea bdw ptde rUsop INUCOUNTIES WatkMgmstausdrati t Practice Exdullrtiy wntoreasto at Yi Wa eneK WiIfVaHiS ttafaj Tatbt ells 1r IWaWINIITON DC I Pu L J 9II 15 Y I rn TO SlOZIr J O UBiniiETT C BBllWB 1 QARNITT SMITH f ATTORNEYS AT LAWS rHARTFORD hill practice their profession hi all tl 1 Jtietention given to all buslnr entrusted to their core Collections RIHC Irate tlce of Criminal and Ilci Kstaie Lqi Specialties Office In ReiublicYu build tug 1FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT fl Will practice Jils profession In Ohf and adjoining counties find In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her d building YAN CY lrATTORNEY HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties land IHankJOHN D WILSON CnASil CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY win practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun nod in the Court of Appeals attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office OB Main St opposite Court House PATENTSSad TRADEMARKS prompUj obtained in PATENTOTHATcipenM awiltlp jroa to nonti- Etod irodel photo or kctch tor FREE IPASSINGBook on lYofliabl latent ante to reetWASHINGTON DSWIFMV L r ia KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery fmANDGUAJtANATISPAOIOVBIOBTBTr REFUNDED IflAnrlll18qa ralf etlrlA ti onr opinion tree Whether an Vommanirtbatrlctlr rsent has t agency f nne txlleprtIWScientific Htifcricam A handsomel JUottMtod weeilr rAlRlit ell aaearlMM O CoterMawY k J Southern 1 AgFteulturist NASHVILLE TENNt t i For ears the friend aridcounselOl of Soulhern farmer Twentyfour pages r twice a month 50 cents a year or three years for flOO i t t I tJfiSamplBt D0 Y4111waftt Qne t IJ U 1j Jr i J 2 LOu JI pHt 1 1 T J It- irY 3f 4NZ r i Y 1 1e tc a u J PREFERRED TO CLIMB Aged Woman Walks up Four teen Flights to Find She Had Wrong Addrecs p At that hgpr In the mcrning when tho influx of stenographers lard their ymployera ln the office butldingshas ceased and elevatropolnltors bS In to recover from thlr dIzzy plunges and speoulnteoa tho- proms of the ohtokon farm an eddcrly woman ap pared Sn the corridor of a downtown buUdtng and Intorrupttd the starter la his meditation the Now York Her add says Will you kindly direct me to the stalrt that lwls to the fourteenth storYsald Un woman Theyre over there madam but youd bober take the clt1niOOr Its along climb Theyre not justa WIthout uiUIg for further advice on the terrors of stair combing the woman ruthod off and Iblgau her as cent Half an hour later Theodore Kolber a clerk to the Public Services Commission offices on the fourteenth 1tenor was aroused from his mustngs i by a knrocking at the door next to his dock that Is an exit to be usd Incase of tire Mr Kotler lnqulred what was wanted Receiving no an- Swer and the knooking continued hJ- openoo the dear Vell young man said the wo man you certainly liven long way up Ive come to tell you that the telephone company has strung wires right tn front of my windows Unless something Is done imunedkttcdy Ill cult the old things down myself The caller was informed that tJlo phones and telegraphs como within the jurisdiction oI the second district of the commiselon which has recent ly opened ottcles In the Mettropolltan Tower Mr Kolber desirous of bl Jog specUlq do his dlraction thought lessly added that the offices were on the twentyfirst floor Good gracious young man Ive just walked up fourteen flights of stn1m to register this complaint 4row I must climb twonyone flights Tills is dreadful Why not take the elevator mad am adI thesurprsld clerk i No sir Theyre not safe I never In 1ll go slow and take stairsTime woman left returning down the k seats Up to olesing time she had not reached the offices in tlv Cower L Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement with the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 5150 The Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour nal and one or the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of thls offer U The Boy Problem In discussing The Boy Prcbluu tclore the Joint State Convention of the Baptist Sunday school and the Baptist Young PeoWes Union at Muscle i Rev J V FradeUlburg declared that them wvis no boy iprdbtonr whin one properly understood boys Doubtless there is not That Is to say there is no more a boy problem that there Is II man prob1mu A lboy will de car lta1n things and a man will very certain other things by reason of their very nature ln both omzes some of theSe are onab108 bUt they 10I none the less natural for all that For pee thing a boy Is If hr Is a I really boyish healthy boy both fidgety and noisy and for no other raison- than the perfeotlY good and canvin- clag one that iheds a boy He Is w full of unni sary nolsa and unnecessary motlCDS and tlpy have to coma out It you are observantyou have doubt foss noticed that tlio hum n being makes uauecssthry movtanenis In In direct proportan to the number or his i era When the baby Is awake in- jhls cradle the uricrrtaln Ipurpeiseleas motions of ids arms and legs are almcst continuous As to gets so ha- man toddle about This motlors became probably 6 fewer In actual but more lUrpGsI3fUlI And ns- rho grows Into a bOdy thcY arse mote ylgorous and oven more purposeful vin when ho sklpa along en itds Way and runs for brief etretehcs nfDun ho tnlghtjustaswollwalk atan oven gait there is purpcse In such mgvenlent- sipt Jot J nothing mdrthan to roliovu- to superabundant energy Law on with the putPOle of be- ii mingmoredanuita rile grows tntq ithat g1IIU1esrb iralZltul wt- fq Ycsand r Oho Duo om s ire 6p4- I I t p+ctpatteless As lyd pu alAto II manllFod he still wa1k8brJsk4Yf b- ho IIIl tog t onto plaeeawi0 and mol defIntta Js hs purpoea Gra duallY hi comes to the time where ho- no longer rune ullStairt3 two stJps ut 0 time torUli purposed getting to the top quicker As hegaxlws older he finds that he has wore tlmo Gradu ally again as hb aocumula age and weight he merely plods upstadrtl IIa walks with a slover and more definite trend and there has to be a good nmsoa for ho movements of any kind that lie makes Nowlf aU the nioicns that the boy must make a verying proportIon uf- thL1I1accordltl to thu bs rempar- amentmust be tiuch us are not ap- prooo by adult judgmnant Some of them are destructive and many of thorn are dtsturbing But hers agata aeon dltion annd not a theory confronts U8- I Directed the boy may be but nltnr curbed into ImmobLUt And this is probablY what Rev Mr Fradmburg- I meant when ho said there was no boy problem The toy Is no problem he Is a natural force and one that I must be harnessed only loosely so that he can work off his energy according to the plans maw and IProvlde- 1bynaturo Allthls of course Is plain and simple enough to those who understand 008 Those who do not had better keep out of Boys waylt they Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTO R IA Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution ro 323 di rected to me which Issed from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of W H Barnes and S A Anderson partnors doing business under the firm name and style of Barnes Anderson against B B Collins I or J fe of my deputies will on Monday January 2 1911 between the hours of 1 p nt and 4 oclock p m at the Court House door In Hart ford Ohio County Kentucky Expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt Interest and cost towit- The undivided onetourth Interest of D D Collins in and to the follow Ing described real ostate Lying and being In Ohio County Ky boundtll and described as fo- llowsBeginning at n hickory and beech on the bank of Muddy Creek running thence N 60 poles o a stake thence N 72 W 158 poless to a staleo thence N 23 idles to a stake on the Morgantown road thence W to the line of the town boundary on saId road thence S 64 poles to a stake thence W 28 Palos to a s ono Derrys corner thence S 192 poles to a fallen white oak ou the bank of Muddy Creek thence up said creek- to II sassafras thence N 87 E IS poles to a black oak thence S 2001 pales to a hickory thence N 38 E 128 poles to a gum on the thorough fare thence up the thoroughfare to1 maple at the South end ofa bridge on the Morgantown road thence N 4 E 34 poles to a stake thence 79 E 25 poles to two beeches on the bank or Muddy Creek thence down said creek with Its meanders to the beginning containing 600 acres more OlI loss Being the same property conveyed to Jas F Collins father of defendant B D Collins by R D C lose ley by deed dated Nov 4 1869 and of record In Deed Book V page 104 Ohio County Court Clerks office Levied upon as the property of de fondant D B Collins TERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with I1proved sceurity required bearing Interest at the rate of six per coot Per annum from day otsalaand having the force and effect of a stile bond WItness my hand this November 21 1910 22t3 T H BLACK SO C p Suggestive numen for a Towe KushBocst Schools + MoralityHarmony Cordiality Advertising Taliiabout it Write about tt Spoak well of it H llhtulJocatlon Help W1mpfove ii v A4veriLS4n tS PPerl Good country i Ibutary- Hleot goOOmen to Oltie9 Honcst Competltlonln prtces a Faith exhlbltod by good Works Try to make the atri1ooph rte healthy- Flroancrgakyrsionfers and deadbeats Lot object Ith welfax ej growth aid promotionAt 3Ot nd ita poople 13 pek weltot pu111tceplritood- non and beoneofthem your elf Ho kene9tflYtb t ya a t dlatslydruro i E Yr1e 1i11 f uryY V H nFlL GOVERNOR CLASHES WITH PRISON BOARD f Warden Mudd Says he Will no Recognize Conditional Pardons Unless Directed to do So Frankfort Ky Dee 17A now con dlUon was written hbo a commutl teen of a prison sentence ii effect e Pardon by Gov WIIoon this mornIng and It may serve to bring tonthead the clash of authority bteen the Governor and the Prison Commlndon The condition that the Governor at- tnchaa to the commutation Js con B rucdby the Prison Commission robe nn effort to toroo E B Mudd war en of the penitentiary to recognize the conditional pardons Whch are be- Ing granted by the Governor Col Mudd says he will refuse to sign anything unless directed to dQ so by Ws Board The pardon is to be effective only on the condition that tile warden of tho pcatoattary sign a statement in- wnitirg than he will recognize the icon dLtlon set forth In the pardon and that he mill agraa w recalsfc the prls oner it the Governor should order Ihim- roturnsld to the penltentartor vlo- luting the terms ot the condlonal pardon ColeMudd has refused to rooogntze conditional pardons IlS bein different from any other kind of Par dons and has stated that tw would d rcline to receive a priscnuar once par doJl00 by the Governor If the Governor should order the Preonerb ncl to the penitentiary for vlclatlon or any ot the terms of the pardon Time granting of the lY1rdon today was the outcome of the clash over the parole of Loander Rlsmar who was roturncd to the p3nltentlary en no order from the Prison Cohnndsslon for violation of his parole and then released by order of the Goernonwho said he watted to make an investigation of the reasons for revoking thin parole The man who rccelveed clemency conditional upon the warden agreeing to recognize conditional pardons was Joseph Durlln sent to the penitentiary from Fayette county for two years for forgery Ho came hON In April 1910 The Governor eommuVs his senteneeto one y ar actual wrl Ice Made by Edison invented by Thomas Edison How ninny thugs you may have road that It Is In1osslblo to estimate One man who wendred It tlire was any way out of calculaUnng the Inventors activities has sarched In he patent office for all the rooords zud lice made B tabl3 of them Joseph J ODrlJn a itJct attorney was the investgatcr Ho found that IEdI sons first patent Iwas secured June I 18G9 In the forty years spree then the total Is above JUO The largest number tcr a single yee Is- seventyfive Jn 1881 Trite patented LnJrltlons wore on ly n part of the wizards naUUs The total of his Inventions ls estimated ns above 2000 In clasiffca tons Ihspatentsd lnventlcns are 1 Electrical communication ISt 2 Electrical illumination 100 3 Electrical lowor machinery lla 4 Electrical batteries 81 5 Distribution of electricity r9 6 Measurement of koJ1lclty 22 7 Electrical traction 28 S Electro chamistry JO 9 Ore cement and mllllug jj 10 Photographs 109 11 PhotogI1pJ y 4 l2 Office appliances 9 l3 Journal bcarlnngs and gear inyi 10 l4 Compressed air 3 l5 WIre drawing 3 lG Glass 2 l7 Fruit prosertdng 1 Total 81- 5Patcnls assigned b3fore lssuoI 355 Joint patents t 17- Roissue patents t1 Kansas City Sar fChildren Cry I FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA This Weeks Short Sermon In a Kentucky town tact long ago the vtliage bUa was bo4ngunlted In tie holy bouda or matrimony with the young man of her choice and- when the mtnlster asked the bride room It he ptlondscd to do all the nice things requfrMOt a od is Id the young man rssponni with lou1d and emphatic I dot TYp1I Id rather see ItthtL1 hair tltcwcueite tholbrtdoemohor- Iu sO saying the old lady yoked the Shaw =nie sofobtmeiit that i soiap idly dveloplntg among tbio Aint1cnn peopleKTheUnteWIaS when tllopeople would istenopeatmouthed tp aDT gent of spreadregIa oratory but nowadays there Is a demand fur proof Chattng- on the pant of omotrs becomes hard- ers as more people learn to rood thoix Bibles newspapers and tnagnaineeun kmtandnigly and to fI1bInk for thetu- t selves Ignorant and sincere speaks are being dlseredihyd nit over t iJ land although some are ntttl nraktng money by appeals to the emotions of weak man and woma- nProduction of Apples While there has ben u decrees per capita in ilie production ot nil Ales In the entire country the State of the Northwest are giving this nu trlous fruit the attention It desol1os it Is estimated that In a fw y1ars there wilt bel00OOO carloads of apples marketed from Wasdingtcn Oregon- Idaho and Mon ana along and there Is a grcming production of apples In I the States is the UESlEsIVll val hey and east thereof So far torts of the fruit grower hav3 b3nIconcentrated largtullen the tion and upon the brs methods of caring for the young and growing tree The bust apples ccmmand a higher price In many or the grut cities ot tie country than do or angAs Resolutions of Respect Atobaslta Tribe Xo 256 Improved Order Red Man Whores en Dee 13 1910 the Great Spirit has sUn prclnr to all Bro vergbeyond und whereas In lets d3ath- a Link In our chain tins ben bruken thus admonshing us that WlJ two must go bt It won or be It late Therefore be It RS011d that WI hNre- by extend to hits tathI l11othr and brother our tondor t sympathy 11- 1tltls I trybrg hour of sad bereavement i and commond thouh to the Savior wiv wept while on earth and wUl fold tlt arms of his pretesting love around those rho put thalr trust tn hint I Bo It tnrthr 1tJwhd that ra u fratcrl1o11remmbrancoJ these resolutions lasprcd upon thti- reccdi or tlwi tribe and b3 publlzlr hh each of the county papers and h ropy bo given his fatlier and nio or hl ROSCOE JAMES I T WADE STRATTON OSCAR JUIESI SELECT I Dec la Mr Lutlier nog I o near this piae3 Is very low It this WrltingjhS Delia 1Vlllhard little Round HIlJ Butler County Is her mother Mrs M F Langford this wee I Mr Esui Arbuclle and family baN moved to their house at Plnhlco Mr- R S Jauies wlll occupy tie house vacated by Mr Arbuckle- Mr J W Martin aund rmnilr have moved from Hartford to cur town Mr Jno K Mlller of East St III who has boon visiting 140ulsI here for the past tdl days turned home His father Jtr G 11 Miller has sold his prollJlty and thin I and his family returned with him Mr C V Ranuey was to lrom well Tuesday attending a n1ltJtlng of the farmers who were trying to still the peel d tobacco at Cromwell Dir Gus Gllstrap of Cromw11 IWas accidently killed yesterday tiwhlioout hunting oomImFarmers have been very busy duning the bIg snow killing rabbits On aeoount of Ina snow Bro WII Its fallcdto fill his uppolntmnt nt the CJlnfitlnn church Sunday Misses Minnie and Maggle1Vdding entertained quite a number of their friends with an apron panty W dnOir day evening AU report n nice time Dlr George Beninger of Ft Wnyl10 Wyoming is visiting his sister IrsrN D White Mr and Mrs Clyde tagnn vlslttlllr relatives hero Sunday MrOhael WeddIng has rtUlMIi from Richmond lad where he has purchased a home and will move the first of tine year Mr Charles Whlt3 and family visitI od relatives at Dundee Saturday and Sunday Messrs George Beninger and Murray COppage and Miss Verua Magnum anil Maggie Wedding Thursday even- lnng Mss Ella Mltehol was the gu of of her cousin Miss Osa Daniel Wednesday tight I Wants Old Santa to Come Hartford Ky Dec 18th 1910 Dear Santactl1LstmllS Is drawing t near I would like to see ion and hafea talk with you There are many fhlhigs that I would like to have his Christmas but I would be willIng to tAke most anything I can gut From MIss Vera MldkUl 4 1 n The Tenderfoot Farmer It was ono of these experimental farmers who put green spectacles on his coy arid fed her shavings His theory was that it didnt matter what the cow ate so long as she was fed The questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into his calculations its only a tenderfoot former that would try such an experiment with a cow Jut many n farmer feeds him shayingsgrows weak the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the ogonks of nervousness To strengthen the stomach restore the activity of the or tjanIJ ot dl1cstlon Dna nutrition and braco up the nerves use Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It Is Dn us- talllnd remedy and has the confidence of physicians DS well asthe praise or thousands healed by Its use medicine onitsDont let a dealer delude you for his own protit There is no medicine for stomach liver end blood just as goodas Golden Medical Discovery Why Not Read The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Editor WE CAN FlRNISH YOU THE HARTfORD REPUBLICAN AND TI- LEWeekly Courier Journal 50YearWe can alsolgive liberal combina tion rate withDaily or Sunday Cour ier Journal Write CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure toff send your subscrip tion order to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal McCALL PATtERNS I Celebrated for Style perfect fit sfmplfcity and relibllity nearly 41 pears in guy every and town United Sutel an I- Canada or bY matt dlrct More oI thin any other make Send lot free ualoue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than other fashion mngaainemillion a month lnealubk Lat est plain sewinglinry needlewokFaldressing G1 rents a I patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS I to Agents Postal brings premkm eaulotre and new calh 1rbe offers Addresi- fu rlcCU CO W3toi8W37thSt Nw rax I Electric BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified STOMACHtiROUBLE it is the best medIcine ever sold I over a druggists counter Io I Uf110 +++4 iF++4++ M +i F4 +HtiN iTHE KENTUCKY I Light anowerINCORPORATED Co I IWlhh WIRK YOUR J1OUSK AT COST 1 t LIGHTS ARE CLEAN IHEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME t OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD toi BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH F G BARRASS Manager I ttllftOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and COurier Journal 15Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 1tEPUBLlCN ttUd lJauy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 rUE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 filE REPlUIWAN and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 125 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuition accEptinglJBookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con lace you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon eaches 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 DRRUGHOIiS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLlEGE IIa00aeOaATIDl EVANSViLLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS M Ii It if 1 9 j ar RoyalBAKING POWDER WAYSIDE GLEANINGS BY JUNIOR PROF C C HAYDEN Supt of the City Schools of Gz aenviI1e Ky ias established U oorrosron 1 Ixe school at GreOnv111a The curscs includ tho trocllOrs course wl1mlo course and commercial course Prof Hayden Is OM of the best eduoo ors In Kentucky and is to bG congratulated upon Jils mrnberprlsa ALL of the Christmas goods lrate arrived ill this city and the stores are decorated ulculy and tlro show win dows have lust lots of ntce things and Uro town certalllly bas lut on a holiday appearance DONT you with you had done your Christmas siroppLEg during the August sales FOR downright human vlcasuro what holiday la more enjoyable than the Chrtstauav ooason with JtI n1sthr toe lIB holly and bluUIul Christ mas gifts EVEN in a dry town a man occa- alonally UIIlClkli Ioosa and gets tight HOW did you 1110 the ChrlstlllLSp- rtt3l1I1t that City Marshal Riley save you tIle other day with the eompll- mcn of the Clly Board of Supervi sors2 WHEN It comos to Qllt IAlnll and makIng a purwu feel at home Con tcatoivn knows the way It Js dons They always shoo a stranger tllj glad hand 7ho lodge or Olltlrl lows at dint plaeo also knows flow to do things tu u Quon taste RECENTLY sun ndvurtlsc twas caMI in TilO lt puhUcan for ono or our lwmo uuachaets 710 ad was not n largo ono hut just the same a day or so affr the 1131il was out a lady walkod ltrto this merchAnt store and wit dill she had sJOn his ad in Tho JtuJluhlhtllacut Christmas s tack and without uny trouble ho sold her a bill ot lG Can there bJ any IU1t1oll about ndv rtlsing In your home lepers baing a good invest moot DECEMBER 24 Midnight Annual visit of Santa Claus to Ilarltardw TIlE OWINSI3ORO INQUJlUm pull od oft a bIg Chrlstlnrul CIInd Industrial edition land Sunday containing fifty paFos Wo congratulate you brother WHY not surprise us and pay that BubecrJJltlcn a year or t to advance to Tfln Republican That would ho something nice to do for ChrislmW3 SI For Sale Good nino room two story dwelling In Centertowu Ky has good cis tem good collar never falling well of water good stable and other outbuildings ono acre lot of ground A uplendtd location for family resldonce and hotel price and terms reasou able Apply to B tI NETT d FOSTER Agents Hartford Ky Land safe For Taxes By ylptuo oi xts d the Sheriff of Ohio Count4K mucky j Rill on1Iond1 1nuUry2 11 ox iiJ f r 1050 at public sale at the Court House door In IartIord Ky be- twen the hours of 10 a m and 1 p nl the following lands or so much thereof as may he necessary to produce the sums rtiquired I- zNo3 Dada Laud Total Tax Hatcher J W S5 a 801- Kelns blrs Annie GO a 4S Hoover C C GO a 7OC Hoover L C Sr 165 a 2076 Hoover Lewis 22 a iil0 Liles L M CO a 103 Maddox O W G7 a 950- Iark J II GO n 77r Stevens R B G s 815 Stevens A L 2 a 640 Smith L D iS a 7b3 Smith A L 4t a 775 Wanica M B 43 a i71iI Ward W E Sr 30 a Ward E n 15 a G75 I Ward 11231NOBrown a Brown C X 130 a 34t5- Brown E B 76 a 1065- Iiasklus I IL t0 a 750 Taylor Clay by J W Berry man 423 a10930Slu-m Henry and C H Brown 85 a 1095 NO 30PrenUs Bracken J J 150 a G25j XO GCROMIVELL Butler G C 11 a 545- Embry Pastol liO n 1150 liussey C Pgi a 1140 Stevens W M 1 n 3i0- XO 10SELECT I Butler A F SO a Same 75 a j 600 Daugherty H IL 40 a Go t Day Mrs Janltt G3 a 333- Embry N J 50 a5031- lloward JOSS 100 a 495 Morris R P i n 430 Pitman J A 3 a 601- Riggs B 50 a 575S Shultz Baize G31XOI 5701LeachRenfrow SlIns r0 a r05 Stewart J H GO a 7251- lleasley G GOI- XO 13ROSINE I Atchison E G 130 n 1225 Ashley J M 4 a 675 Combs William Hi a Sauce 3 town lots 1650 Clark Mrs Mary 105 n Same 10 a i40 1245LongMyers VV C 127 a 1175 Otto H D 7 a 855 Plummer D L 6t a 770 Spinks D E 10 a 540- Shroader Mrs Rosa 60 aH 720 I Shroader Mrs Berdle GO n 665 I Stewart J A 73 a 965 I Young R M 71 a 780- N0 I Allen W L 23BUFORD 41 a8SO Cox F FL 100 a 1275 Dawson L J 40 a1125I Hoover S A 134 a 2850 Hoover J C 75on 1650 Jackson M 65 a 1563 Lake J S 1 town lot 750 I Mldklff S L 100 a 1340 Smlh R 4 a i 416 J Smith V4 L i0 a 1610- NO 3ARNOLD Allen T F 77 n4 Sarne3 ars r j 510 Allen J V 70a 435 Coy Mrs Rosa 275 a 825 Cook R EiJO a f 1157 51 Evans Mra Polly 70 a 290 PeytontiJ pO a 725 4 NO tSHREV 8 Cop3ge WE 25 n 3u Evans tT 40 n l440 Loyd VVr AtJ23a 13- Moxley C a 1453- Weatherford C J70 a 1090- Willoughby Monntc lQ a 645 Wilson Jack 77 a h pot7SG NO 22OLATONv Thomas J C 60 a 88S Wilkins Bill 30t 505 NO 15McHENRY Blackburn Wm 1 town tot 750 Deno WiIUam 1 town lot 320 Glveus LevI 1 town lot 880- Peyton Thos C 22 n 820I Reynolds Vro3 n G80 United Mine Workers of Amorl ca 1 town lot i10 NO 16CENTEjiTOWA 301 Ashby and Brown GO a 8 Ashley Mrs Mary E 1 town lot 435 Ashby Glenn 35a i 775- Boskett O B 1 town lot 1375 Igleheart R T 47a 740 McFoarson Mrs Laura 1town J lot 3GO Rone W A2 town lots 380- Runhill John 16 a 450 Wade L D 2 town lots 7tO NO 17SMALLHOUS DaenportWH 175 a 2100 N0 ISEAsT FORDSVILLIa Brown St ph u 1 town lOt 1530- Glilasple Clarence Y 74 a 940 Martin Wm H 50 a 1435 Patty Fred 1 town lot 9a5 J Pullman Wnr 3912 Q 880 Smith C M 60 a Same 4 a 320 Truman L W 7G a S40 NO 19WEST FORDSVILLE Armende Roy F 2 town 4ots2185 Ford Wm P lQO a 1LU Huff Ohio 100 a 1395 Lanham C C 26 a 640- Muffett Ivory S a 415 Robertson Henry P 100 a 1280 SoaWll John T 65 a 935 Spencer Mrs Martha 20 a G5- NO20AETNAVILLE Norris Ira 75 a 725- NO 24BARTLETT Ambrose Jas H 101 a 1715- Evorling Mrs Mary A 20 a 460 Funk Tlws E GO a 745 Gray Jas W 40 a Same 31 a 560- Greer D 100 a OS King S L 183 a 15595 Krk Goo N 53 a 73- 3blartln Mrs Sallie 113 a 830 7BMUipe CharJes 47a j9 Rhoads Butler C 125 a 15 fI- Ulded M S1119- 6arp a 1660 drio ae iio Sharp 1 L so n 1310 Slfno Nan y 60 a 240 TAylor Dasll J75 a 985- Westerfield pllss Minnie 61 a 285- tiVhite Myrtle d34 n 290- NO 2GQEnALVO Hill Mrs E G 1 town lot 353 Rowe John P 100 a Same 19 a 1790- N0 27POINT PLEASANT Reynolds C W and LA- Frls 2107 a2IO 110 29RALPH Crowe IIhosj 4914 a 659 Farmer Mrs Nancy 70 a 42J- iJrepr Sam J 5812 a 710 Howard Wm T 22 a 640- Merltt Stamper 65 a 675 Ralph Jas A 142 a 963 Sapp Christopher C 70 a 880 Westerleld Clint T 50a 710 NO 3iHERBERT Harden Wm by W A SUnnett Agt 15 a 260 HaskIns Wro H 46 34 n 565 Huff Mrs Eliza 1 a 225 Payne J F 18 n G40 Spencer Henry 60 a 830 NO 33RENDER lan Irs Bottle 5 a 210 NO 28NARROWS Condor J W 84 a Same 4La 2090 Foreman E G GO a 8S0 Harrison Mrs Meoma 57 n 665 Rogers J H 35 a 895- Turnham Thomas 41 a 750- Wosterfleld H H 140 a 4885- iVesterflold Guyman 58 a 2855 NO 4SULPHUR SPRINGS- Ashby H M 50 a 715- Bratoher V B 35 a Same 100 a 640 ratcher Oregan 65 a 880 Bratcher J W 35 a 475 CoopOr J A GO a 675 Deevor N L 65 n 900- Fitzhugh james 140 a 2010 King J D 140 a 2250 uykendoll Mrs M E GO a 1175 Peach J W 30 a 500 Poach A J 40 a 505 RenCrowH E 1 a GOO Toms J J SO a 1040 Wright Wm T 50 a 9S0- 1Vrlght Jns H 124 a1425- Logrand JM L 220 a a 5820 e25J w 54 a 1735 Wade Mrs Julia D 50 a Same 20 a S 1 town lot 365 NO2ijItEFLIN Bell r R0b1 ar 1011 Bennett Jnai1 tOwn lot 6V5- Heflin Aloe 4 a 520 Jlitilagln Cass 40 s li3v NO5MAGAN- n1hghn Thos M CO a 775 Baughm Chas D 60 a Same 75 a + 71- GBaughn1JohnP75 a 620 Coppage Mrs Franlc 69 a 560 Hardee c J1I5 a 835 Bill Joshua 30 a 475I Hicks Wm H 25 n Neighbors S S 6 a 370 Tanner Isaac 43 12 a 700 Wedding Rich A 75 a 1255- Westorfiokl fleet by J L Gil lIam Agt 59a 430 Lowellcu Joseph 25 n 540 NO8NORTH ROCKPORT Anderson V L 6t a Same 1 town lot 1555 Culbertson Mrs Laura A 1 town lot 825 Dlbblo Mrs L 0 1 town lotv 325 Fulkorson Mrs Rosa A 15 n 225 Whlttaker LD 2 a 1355- WBlianrs Mrs Hettlo D 106 a 1240 Napler John 4Col 3 n 4S NO OSOITH ROCKPORT Austin Mrs Vorda 1 a 229- Banton JP 1 town lot 705- Fuilcerson AE 15 a 440 Fulkerson A L 38a 1090 Fulkerson J T 612 a 505 Fullcorson Mrs Nary 70 a 655 Hock Mrs Minnie 2 town lots 630 Nickel E S1 town lot 1160 NO iSOUTH ROCKPORT COLORED Maddox J H 20 R 503 NO 13EAST BEAVER DAM Poole G VV 1 town let Same 144 a 1875- Sowdors W B 12 town lots 1095 NO 13EAST BEAVER DAM COLORED Chinn Mrs M J one town lot Same 1 a 345 Martin Mrs FrancIs 1 a 2GO Taylor Calvin 16 a 1010 NO HWEST BEAVER DAr Duff L T 1 a 1175 Ferguson Mrs Elizabeth 1 town lot 955 NO lEAST HARTFORD Bennett L F 80 a 2325 Howard Sylvester 65 n 905- Moseley Mrs DeUah 120 a 1455 Nix John 47 n 1080 f 107 W st t l 4 or tio l JSf- i 1ft rt Y Sutton Mrs Frannie 280 r t 821 Stewart Mr9 Aelta61toWn 27I1 IWaddleiMartin Leslie 5Oa 770- Jendloton Dr Horace 90 a 2175 NO 2WEST HARTFORD 1- AlveJ K 2 town lots 1605 c I rBarnard M W120 a Same 129 n Same 97 a Same 1 town lot1015Bau- ghn F D 1 town loto 64520 Davis L B 87 a Same 1S n Same 1 town lot 2595- Hetlin Made 2G u 5OO Ring John T 1 town lot i25 King D W 1 town lot 485 lUbbilVO 3a OA 6 35- ICON RESIDENT Boggess Rev E D 1 town lot 285 DeAtty J R2 a 150- Bilyen H E 1 town lot 200 Coy Allen 3 ni 180 Christian Mrs B 64 n 495 Depp Harvey 1 town lot 185 Deans Charles l town lot 190 Evans 1V S 70 a 0042GFelix Mrs Margarett 100 n 825 Farmer Jim 60 a 55i7J1- Gordonl agt for Stogner heirs 1 town lot 600 McIntyre Will by G W Whit l town lot1q75Poole Droll by D D Rhoads 1 town lot 215t Ruby DO 1 tow lot f i2Ot Robertson C C by C L Robert= f son 12 town lots 515 Southards JIm 1 town lot Mrs bL R D altlt125 a WIlliams Y L 27 11 NO IEAST HARTFORD 11 COLORED Barrott Louis 1 town lot 640 Hines Steve 1 town lot 400 McHonry Mrs Mary 1 town lot X250 Park William 1 town lot 710 Render Perry 1 town lot 635 Taylor Airs Angeline 2 a 230 No 2W lIARTFORDCOLORED Bacon D 1 town lot 500 Drane Mrs Lula B l lawn lot 225 7i5jWaIIerSame 1 towp lot Same 1 town lot Same 1 town lot Same 1 town lot 1460j T H BLACK S0 PIANOSI PIANOSI WE HAVE carefully selected a strictly high grade line of pi 1anos for our h trade Our line embraces such makes as the Kurtzman established in l848 Price=Teeple over 28000 in daily use The Conrad a favorite in all homes We also have several other makes SPECIAL = 2 second hand pianos regular price 359 can lie had now 163WI SAMUELSMUSIC COl r 1iII 1 First Class Square All Kinds ofSmall Instruments The Edison Phonograph and a large line of two andfour minute records Popular Sheet Music 10 cents per copy for music W sI SAM ELS MUSIC COMPANi Third Successors Dni Music C- oOWENSBOgQ KY 85- Whltttnghill EbyI Pjanoftl50 Headquarters