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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v+ h 1qS y- I i I jfrAift J ftqublicans Fine Job Work DEvOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE I PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOr XXIII IIARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1910 No24 OHIO tOUNTIA- Nf MURDERED Mystery Concerning neath of Henry T Thompson Lifeless Form With BUllet Holes in Head Discovered in a t Desolate Woods The fotboaing dispatch from Prov- dnnre Ky concerning Henry Thomson a native of Ohio Q un i 1 will be road with saddened 1nterco3tI by many In this otty and was quite well known here and w- a aDl cousin of Sheriff T H Black I left Monday for turned Wednesday mornwl3IProvidence Ky Thomson president departmant ztor3 and one of the wealthlost and best known merchantt In Western Kentucky was found murdered and robbed in a daaolate woodod hillside Qt 4 oclock yesterday LttjrI noon The killing is the most mys terlous that tits officials here have ever had to dell with There are two I adjandenlmpossLble for Thomson to hay e I kUJe1l himself bacause any of ilhethro3 shots would have bean Instantly fatal I The only clue so far dwelcped isl I that of Mrs MannaeBi ton Who heard the shots and saw three men I going toward the cemetery alongsIde Ithe woods The killing Is suppos Ito have taken place yesterday mornln about 9 oclock Thebody was foun by a sea chin partywhlchstartedou at noon when Thomsons abs3Ilcetrom hIs store nd home was aotlced- jHo was 41 years old audwas pald t e good habIts Hehasawlfe two sons and two daughters Thomson left home at about oclook yesterdaY morning and won to his store where hednqulred fo his eon who had spent the night williI a boy chum Magistmte B G Slgle was one of the several peopla wh- r saw Thomson In trio s5oro and talks t with him yesterday mornrg The magistrate says Mr Thomson looked at papers and pronounced them 1orI root He appeared normal la aU respects j Thomson 13 said to have left hi store about 8 oclock ard stanta through tan It Is said ho wa seen gotngtoward the oematerY nort of Proyldenc by Llge Williams a ri fAboutton who l1V 200 yards tram th wooded bluff where Thomsons bod was found beard shots but did qot make any Invastigat4on It Is aW wltitAt noon Thomson oould be foun- naltlrer d at his store ibor Q1s He Used promised to bo lome for dinner tho occasion bclDt 3 spread dn hono Wh11tlag panties ware forrow and a hunt t startod V At 4 oclook WILL Langley and Tc Baker the later b long ThtnIlsons soa16 low Discovered Thomson litolass body lymog face downward on j w3nocky bluUooOn 1 thedoWnhllllr tram the oomelery on thehill The place Is thickly woodi I It la accesetble only from thecamrI enIttelest rho city by iL rOad It wan on thjaresdthat the woman say theyl t saw walking r arid 9 oclock W fhonteoirits hat waa Pulled down f his lace The ground Was tram- C v gl mtihpxe fB ataug i ly There wer lleteboles inti hrlad two from behind It to eBid whit seen In the atore be Ii z aboda 100 In bte docket This mJwt b1s clothing was ight and lees thartlr = 5 t oe- ri4f Hle tZOU ers ware pul1Q- di9e r ee Itlgh as W his slayers had f se Ile tidee nd ahoce torn rey 0 kI Sigler boa4t the t ku x le 1monyI c 4- n eriry SVIOTGeet nint cfar TatvA M- H j a FIRSTONEyEONTEXPECTMETItILATEW SO i JHEY oQ- 7Yov BRnEflINNfOFINEYOUD WAITER COERS 1 S E IHY DOKT THE dUDGESSWEAROFFlTRI6ETOJAILty rTHISOLDhWSE GETANEWONE47A COHOME o 4N 7r tIHOME SWEETyESSIKTWEWESIxT SIR IMTERRSWEgRNE YFRA6AIN q11 SOh lq y HpuSEH010 0- J f r IPkN17E fl WMdL LM- ANKI WOULD 1 fEE qlfutOmfRS N TtIE G LcvlOl t1ASPINS OFFTNISSOR70FTHING ABOFEOATHULDCAN shal Jack Waflacas poslUV that Thomson 71he n13gh trace c a I1fe Isixam n ttIon of wltaessos smornirtg at 8 oclock ofdnowtad boausa so nrahypo3pla hae iislt- od the spot The mystery Indl murder is Its envlronmcnt The wooded bluff where Thomsons body was found is a lone shouldtpurposerovergrown with underbrush There ds no road at its bJS3 The Qtly easy passinglwent there or whethe he cons pat lsuadd to go tiara to keep an cappolat moot of some scrR nature are things the officials are trying to find out So far os can h3 larnro there was no placedn at carriedha raw vanced The discovery of the bony Is the sole theme of talk In the citY No beenyntyste y The officials will this andI4dJJKllled at Island KyI Fewellrmaw was On j day night by Town Marshal will Sampsull died at 3 oolockWs morn- Ing and his remains wore taken on tatnemy byaand it Ls not trough that he eau NiOOvar although the wounded man fa resting much sealer today The doctors aJatO tiro Sampson lB oon thatIt apFeeling to Brllak out Afresh In California It is Feared I San Fraixlsco Cal Dee 26The anti7apanesa foolWgln a 4orntal- lx0511aee to break outatresh w1tl1 the r bt the lag lQbUeattor January 1 So serious 1s kiteeltuatlon Governorelect0 edon good authority that as soon sa the leglalature mcts the labor- elameit will again dianaaid bhs pae sae of laws mJ1ibJ 11 own I1 PrOf iiomtlboobUoaCboolS t iou OLIVE DRAB- UNIFORMS OBJECTED TO Say Apparently Perfect Apparel j for Use in Tropics is too Heavy and Dark to be Healthful Washington Dae 25After years- of experiments having evolvedin the Olive Drab unlfortp what appears the Ideal raiment for troops In all climates but especially In the tropIcs the army quartermasters are now con fronted by a report made to the Sur geon General by the army beard for the study of tropelal dlsass show- Ing that the fabric Is tat u good one for use In Urns or panes It Is true that the olive drab Is more nearly invisible than any other color that It withstands beatr the bloochnlg effects of the tropical oun and that It Is more agreeable than the khaki Which It replaced But the army surgeons say after exI1lutvla experiments in the PhUlppln that the khakis are much cooler although not nearly so cool as wblte drllling which is not suItable for garrison use Any further changes to be made Ln the uniform the surgeons 63Y1 11gh1tKentucky Cities Make Good Gains Washtnto Dec 24Populatlon eta tlstlcs In the thirteenth versus announced today included the following places in Place KentucIQIAshland 8688 6Sfl01- Baw ting Greon 9173 826 Frankfort 10465 9487 Henderson 11452 102i2- Hopldnsv1Ue 9419 7280 Owonsboro 16011 13139 Paducah 22760 19448 Bellevue i 6683 6332 Danville 5420 4285 Dayton 6979 6104- Mayllold 6916 4OSI 1 6141 6423 Middlesboron 7303 c162 Paris 5858 4603j Richmond 5340 4653 Winchester 7166 6964- 1I For Sale Good nine room two story dwelling InCentertown Ky has good cle eUIotbuildings one acre lot of ground AI iptendidlocaUon for family resldencB aIidhoti Ilce and tern reasonable 4pPY to BARNETT FOSTER Agents r 1UartfOrd Ky+ r t cA ai INTERESTING NEWSI EMS I FROM BEAVER DAM I Chronicling of News by Special r Correspondents for The Republican I Beaver Dam Ky Dec SXmas passed very quietly lit our town Miss Mattle McSherry wito has bean visiting relatives In Ownsboro has returned home Mr M Smith and wife of McHenry visited relatives In town Ithls week South Beaver Dam School dlsmls d last Friday cis account of tlta death of Miss Sara Keclwn of Hartford KyJesse Blankonshlp of Oklahoma is spendIng the holidays wIth his par oats near town Mr R C Hooker one of Williams most efficient clerks is at home under sp clal treatment tor on injured eye caused by the explosion of a ro man candle In the hands of someone In the store Deputy Sheriff S O Keown and wife visited Mr C P K own and fa mtly or Hartford last Sunday lOur town was shoekedMonday night ifIprosperous Ky but who was a former citizen of Ohio County where the has n host of friends Mrs Taylor who is Q sis- terof Mr Thompson and other rela tives left immediately fro Provtdouce From Another Correspondent Mr Duvflle Taylor who has been at tending the State University t Lox Ingtoo Is spending theXmas tolldaye with his father and mother llr and Mrs Dr Taylor The play given by Miss Keowns room and Mrs Shultzs music pupils last FrIday ntght was quite a su- ecros1 Mr and Mrs Bunion LOwe of Greenville Ky are visiting Mrs Lowes father and mother Mr sand Mrs Jim Ttillenor here thIs week The Oandy sale gllea by the Sun bean girls last Saturday was tlulte a cossMiss va TUfordof Cromwell Is vlsitLng Miss Ruth Huntoy here this week ProfC CJJustloe who has hem a taching school for the past four mdathe Is spneding his Xmas vaca- Uoathds Week All the teiwhom Oltb W K S are theirhGnuMr George Barnes had noldtasli = toned family reuaion recently Ite load with him all his children and grand children etcept lollnd Mrs Shlel by Taylor of Crawloy La Tho3epres ent wore Mrs Lyda Miller Mr and Mrs Hiram Miller Mrs R R Paxton Fort Madison Iowa Mr and Mrs Leslie Leach Mr and Mire EPBarnes Central City Miss Maggie latt Mr and Mrs D M SubI Greenville Mr and Mrs GdO A nes and son Geo William Beaver Dam Mr Morton Ililliams of Dnoodwa- ys spending Christmas wIth hl3 mother and father here Mr Willie Stenoough of Princeton Ky was the guests of Mr Char lie TaYlor one day this week Mr and Mrs Fred Taylor and children or Princeton Ky are spending this w aek with relatives Lt this place Mr Carson Render of Tula Olda Is ylslttttg relativist Iu town this weakMr and Mrs D M Kelly of Green villa Is spending title weak with rein tives and friends of this place Mr and Mrs Snagg of Derseurg- Tanis 3r v sitatt rlr and Mrs Hub Rc anati Mrs it W Klrl1 of Hartford and Mr and Mrs Flener were the guest of Mr and Mni W M Fie ner Monday Mr Claude Moorman of Louisville Is spending a few days with hlsfanll- Iy thIs week- Mr and Mrs Alney Pate and Mrs Pearl Ashby are visiting Mr and Mrs John Pate Miss Robinson ol New lIe ice Is the guest of MISS Margarette- Rhoads this week Mrs Mate Hunley received a nice surprise from her father and mother Mr and Mrs Ellis Chapman consist lag of backbones spare ribs and a sack of coffee two large pound atkes and a pound of butter Mr Guy Barnard Is spendlllg toll days with his father and mother near South Carrollton Miss Elsie Shultz who live near Rochester Is spendIng a weak withh her sister Mrs Hubert Taylor There have been some real estate deals in our town Lately Mr Al bert Leach of South Beaver Dam has sold his house together with 3 acres of land to bir Joe Hooker of the Union neigltboahood tbFe 1ootl6lderI atlon being UiOO Mr Honker will move In the near future to his new home Mr Luther Render has sold I hia house and lot fu town to Mr J Robert Jacloson WI agent for the I Mrs Ham Shultz where she and her diughter will reside in the future Mt and Mrs Roy Tlchenorsl nt Sunday lot the Point with Mr Wade Tlohenor Mr Guy Rhoads and Mies Irene Rhodes are svendluga taw dayss wtbh relatives at McHenry FOR SALw and eight pigs APPly to HOOkerlWULIams Hartford K1 SHAKE UPIN- THEATRICAL CIRCLE Pittsburg Police Get Busy and Save Girls Si ClUed Theatrical Schools and Fropriet3rs Fined in Court Pittr burg Dec 2iA pair of Ohio rIer tcocat promoters who the itoiI aik4 makeabusines of steer- lug yon M girls tro a llfeeof vit ewer a swvalal dwn upon oday their theatrkeal school cleated out and tbres vlot1m3 taken to court to testify against the proprietors FJLty dollars apiece In fines and a caustic warning from the judge rev salted James Dell and V E Hall getting the punishment cnt tlii 9Plr- cIdc charge of biing suspicious clmr actors I The girls who appeared May Frye aged thirteen Freda Lan aged four teen and Dorothy Cliappolie aged fifteen were held for the Juvonkls court despite the tearful pleadings of tl1rr nmtensHad t the raid praventod the pI lice declare the gIrls wOij1d have bsea- dannirra in tights aboard a floJb1ng brothel bitween Plttsburg and New Orlootl3 within a week So soon nr- 1tlo craft gets under way the vltmtl clothes are taken from them and he prontofas purpose Is accomplished Drinks are sold and the type of mew passengers Is such that considering the rules that Prevail abroad it ladm- poasible for any woman to lead a moral me The Plbtaburg detectives have been working on the show boat caae for months and todays arrest was the culmination of yards of evideii they gleaned They worked as tar south as Carrollton Ky They declare innocent girls answer advertlsamenti3 of the promoters and their theatrical work Is portrayed slow Jngly b the showbeat agents Never do the fathers or mothers realizenature of thJlr daughters inevitable future until it is too late Deteotlve Shsvlin made a bitter 3f- I1Iw to the court 11a found theta little girls rouged and pahtk V and with skirts above their knees danc- Ing for theca men We have mad u thorough investigation of this bum boot game and can prove that those children are being led on to ruin Several other women were caught performing for the Promoters trlnrto Wake good for the showboat Job They were allowed to go home whom they proved they were married wo men and their husbands lt1lJw where they wars The boots which have operated for the show purwsa are the Sunnyslde and one otter whIch Is stationed at Baton Rouge where girls are being engaged In a almUar way The Sunny sda Li now at CarroUton The arrest of Hall and Den the dotOtlves declare Is only thi first step iu the campaign against float hag dives along the Ohio river The bumboat game bas been perotcing for yeas the managers skillfully eud- Ing tho law Kentuckians the West Chandler Okla R R No2 Dec 26Editors Thd Republican Mr and Mrs D P Feemster formerly of Ohio County Ky were plesantiyaur prised with n Christmas dinner ot the resld3nce of hut son A D FeiJIlbtor ChrIstmas day Thaw present were Mr and Mrs O E Powers and son Wyman Mr and Mrs A J Powers and eon Russel Mr and Mrs E R Dooley and son Archie Mr and Mrs W L Conrad and Ilttle daughter Gladys air and Mrs A D Feamster- Mr and Mrs B Kent of Chandler Okla awl bir and ilts F B Stutttet AU arrlXd at nn OOlly hour with well filLed baskets and a most pleas ane day was spent by the Kontucklans in the Host Music was rendeNd by Messrs OE Powors A D Pow ara and Henry Roche Ghriatmae day Was Wi eosal1lt8 a spring day at home An ententalnareat at AIrs Kato Dooleyq Xmas night All west home mosttenJoyable JENNIE KATE DPOLEY K REFORMATION ftOFMRiJOES I L recollectlona ot tho preyI JONES wore ladefnite Indeed gleams ot Intelligence ash summer zepbYr came to him as ho sat up In bed but bls efforts to retain and formula to them Into enUticsof thought were ru tile IIo remembered having beard a Whistles cannons firecrackers and Uo horns blended In discordant Inbar monT while a large gentleman with a flush on his taco like the aurora borea- lis In the Ktondlke leaned affCCtloo- atelT over a ttablo and grasping hla band exclaimed with husky effusive lieu naT Noo Yearsb oil chapl There were other gentlemen around the table and all had Ousbes on the r factS but Jones had never seen them before The portly gentleman wll the beaming countenance thong must have been a pretty jolly tellow- De would look him up Look him upl Jones thought a moment whlio both hands pressed tightly against either side ot his acb fag head Look him up Well I guess not This Is New Years Tbl8 is the day Ive been looking for Will J look him up Sit still stay wher tt you are in beating throbbing l shall treat you as tenderly lu the ture as a father does his only No longer never again sball my ach rule your brain Bide with m- yet but once and no moro aches ahalI ride roughshod from frontal bone to base Look him up This fa the de- of 7orgood resoluUon8 the dawn ot ret ormatlons the moment ot reason with a mind that sorrows Look bin- up I Oh Thomas Thomas responded Jones was pro tided with a bath shaving water towels rearranged clothing and breakfast A modicum ot the latter ant Iced to stay his appetite not at al ravenous and make his head Ot tho bat he had worn the night before Then he stood before his dressing case gazing at his reflection In tho mirrorIt enough IIia own Image bls face his eyes reproached him for tho excesses ot n year His reformutlon should bo complete ne would not JBV1m AOAIN RIULL IT RTOUACD nULB YOUR nUAIN drink or smoke ne would not dute Ills letters 1010 for the first two weeks y In 7011 ne would return all the book s f be bad borrowed and retained during the year lie would make no calls aCt copt no eggnog no seductive puuebes lee would refrain from smiting on both sides the man who squeezlll blH band on the street and shouted Same to you or floss nn horn All otIthose things tie would let go by M was to lie n better manIFull ot his good nr rayed In his tlnest Jones started down town The hat hp bnd worn the preI 110UI night he dlllcnnlpil In its plane was a derby ot the latest Jloclt ne felt good Who hasnt felt just that way on New Years day Why shouldnt be feel good lie was going to be goodr These and other things pulsed through the mind ot Jones before ho diseov- crcd that the wlnll was blowing a gale Then he stopped thinking and devotedf bas entire attenUon to keeping hatronOn the block going In the same dl 1bfontfriends Tltirtythreo pretty young laIdies were also going downtown tyfour small boys and girls some with old gentlemen some with the pretty young ladles some with tocsell and some with mind intent uponII mIseblef were scattered around The r In I i ot IIt Ian I I In I Df PtmSUJT Oy TUB 1141Icensus ot the block also revealed a soliuLary negro grimy ot countenance expansive as to mouth sitting with an mot breezy Insouciance on a brick I cart Then came Jones experience It was aU over In an Instant and Ithwould take a klnetoacopo and a Dicktcos properly to depict It expressionpF Wlii htlJJII shpt upward sad his 4 Jsf bootis were elapped tronrulalyoly on his head Ills bat was aoartng through the ala That derby ot tbelatest block was bounding over bumps In the at moaiihere at t16 rate otitmnuona anti Jlinro bale oferlong was fluttering IIe paused for a moment hopeful expectant but no help came and he started after It- Yob yaG ball yelled the negro on the cart throwing his tt up In nn- l I ecstasy ot mlrtbnshesawJonesdash lag down the street to pursuit ot the hat no ho hot laughed the seventeen old gentlemen clapping their hands and dancing around Shriek shriek shrlekC came fromIthe thlrtythree pretty young Kp agalnr Est fro up coat ta1lsCWhats your hairy Oh look at the man slater Pupa hes cbplII In his bat Catch IU merry babllR catcalls hoots and pertinent cow meats rem the nlneltour small chll I dreg 01 sold lease as he overtook theI hilt and stamped on It with the force 11and vigor ot eo enraged human being D hotel D old gentlemen D pretty girlRI D New Years resoon tlonsl D a man tbatll make an ass ot himself running otter his haft It Id wafted some bloom In IllJot would have chased It for me Coed resolu flans with n mashed hat und ft wind like this IU look up my tat friendI uAllright boss welt a minute said nighttawgptyturbmput yo r Gad whos zlIazzerwbwbeI1I Thom ear dlmnDllld a voice OR the owner It jot unsteadily out ot the cob on I the arm of the driver and caromed t with a six inch balk line he sen1ed hp atnering clear ot to the front toI The voice was Jones the man Jones But oh Gdw different mil I overcoat was buttoned on a bias his t bat was crushed In hls toes turned I aheadIbishim twelve hours before was flushed but It was Jones and he bad met his tat blend I REAL NEW YEAR BELLS Some of the Famous Ones That Ring In the New Twelvemonth In tho early days ot the American republic the new year was announced In Phlladelpba by tho ringing ot what Is IIArlermade the bell ono ot the most priceless relict ot the nation custodtansI ot Independence hail restricted Its use tearing some mishap and utter iS30 t the tell wits no longer used for the I new year salute In 1532 In celebra 11Ityears when July 8 1835 whUo the funeral procession ot Chef Justice Marshall was passing the bell was I tolled I Suddenly the note grew discordant An Investigation was made It was round that a crack had been started The bell had completed Its task No moro would It greet the new year or pay tribute to the nations great But from the tower ot libertys cradle anIother bell always welcomes the com- Ing ot a new yearIBefore It collapsed the campanile otrFlorence had n set ot chimes isAmsterdamremberg have bells famous alike for their beauty and their historical importance All ot these are used to the start for a new twelvemonth Bunyans bell No4 In the alphabet i In the tower ot Elstow church i nJland is the Mecca for an IsProgrellsJell ringer and none could gut moro beauty out ot these chimes than the vlllae blacksmith England has always revered its New Year penis and the associations they to mind It is nothing unusual or a wealthy member ot an English arish to Include lit his will a bequest which shall insure the ringing ot a merry peal on the recurrence ot New or ere One or the most lovedbells ot England Is that ot St Mnrylrbow Cheap side Gentian which forms the basis for a proverbial expression meant to emphatically a London nativ Born within the sound or Bow lIs- I Is Oldest ot New Year In the United States is that of Christ church Phlladelpbla Philadelphia was a colonial town when they were brought InIthe city requires eight men to ring these on the primitive methods still beingc thplayeroctaye and a half and plays the and white keys as ho would a piano An electric metal supplies the power this modern form ot bellBtI tlibieowaS undoubtedly brought over to this by time Orst Spanish settlers th- nd used to call the early Indian converts to the mission services Itwl1tgbungsucccslveJ ono ot the seven cities ot CibOla ext at Gran Quivers and flashy in- he church p1 Algondeaes where It blill rooted until now The most cOmpletely lost ot all days b- la the one on which we have not laughedChamforLft ONE WAY TOa EK 4x E RESOLVES I who resolves otJtoeD TBIDinlln folly In others Is an dulgent husband ot a too easy going father Ills vows and resolutions are alarming when they are made but are ot abort dura lion usually and should not bo taken seriously by his family The woman wbo resolves to keep track of the household expenses and the girl who swears to keep a Jountlll- aro hopeless It they carry out their threats and to the ve blUe end they become unbearablymeomplacent It they fail it pains ono to think bow weak or will they are You see there Is absolutelyy no way to please ones friends In Ibis New Years business The only way to I iako a New Years resolution with any hopoof keeping It and your natural and amiable beuring toward the world Is to adapt J M Barrios recipo for enjoying a day is bro Tho fun of staying aU dap In bed says that canny Scot Is to begin by saying I will get up to fifteen minutes When the fifteen minutes e illswain i are up you continue to nap or lounge I But you must not say Ill stay hero all day flow delicious I You must I Another halt hour and then lU have to get up nut at the sad ot the half hour you still rest among the t pillows And so ou tasting your ease day long And thats the way to make Now j Years resolutions Say 1 wont buy bargains or smoke or drink or read I French novels or go to problem plays month Then at the end or the j JirstIyou will have passed nn exemplary I and colorless year And your stock ot egotism wont mount so high ns It does when ono makes yearly contracts with onos consciencesad abides by them New York Commercial Advertiser NEW YEARS EVE IN PARIS Stirring Description of the Scenes In the Great Citys Markets After having chanced to spend Years eve In nearly every aI try In Christendom writes a spoadeDt or the Plttsburg Dispatch It my opinion that hero le moro boIwllderment to gaze upon and thelI compressed In any outer spot on earth lho hallos are the markets ot the dry the center Into which pour ostI ot trains and vehicles ot every tram all the country round and which Issues the food supply that keeps 3000000 people from starving Even on the most ordinary night ot the year the great Purls market Is a place ot entrancing interest Victor Hugo describes It In several ot his novels Other French authors have chosen It as the chief scene lit their works Zolas The Stomach ot Par- Is treats ot lG and It figures la no sad melodramas that have been trans languagoIthat no foreigner stet comes here without devoting a night to the ex plorntlaa ot the quaint nelghborhoqd What It Is on other nights however nothing to what nil that vicinity becomes on New Years eve There 1s- nothldg like It anywhere else on the globe Into a apace bounded by pearly a dozes blocks and Oaring In alight that makes It almost as bright as day comes 11 huge proportion ot the population same on bnsiacss others merriment JJund and nil radiating Ilansere fighting for dear life to keep feet In the rush but all the time screecblng out Instrumental discord Temporary boothss fringe tbesllJe walks behind which are peddlers ot sorts shrieking their wares so lOud you might think they were trying tempt the lubabltahts of Mars to and buy Every little while yon ear what sounds like the sbarpre ot a pistol shot but It is only tie drivers of market wagons e crowds to look out for the wheels qtaGlowingthat money could not buy EVfT being among the thonaands who hasnt i1 horn at his Ilpe fe using that favorite of all + for FrenchmenhlsmouthIn away t llt would make n bellowing elephant lush w1Rb envy And every one Ie either laughing or doing what repo- eenb t for all Paris II merry v p Y t y Copyright wi by AmerIcan Press AuoI ciatlonJNINETEENELEVEN That is Tempue u fugiting It has the habit We sprint forever after days to com- As e swiftly as the nimble jaw rabbit We dream each year will bring us For tunes plUm And through the Future stretch our hands to grab it Only to find in spite of our endeavor Next year it isas far away as ever THE deals Twelve months have to the discard Since last we had to pen our New Years greeting 11 Andnow the date returns and hits UI hard ating1belard Like Turn a new page here and Life is fleeting atItempts to vary Eachyearand will again next January- i WITH high resolves today our are wart I This is the happy season that we swear off We are protected from Temptations storm At least until our resolutions wear off Well it u good weve one day for reform In view of what on other days we tear off Our vows at least may aid the paving movement In Colonel Satans latest town improvement ANDspeaking of improvement here Have you observed the dip we have been going Old Nineteenten had reason for hisI mirthI And Uncle Sam can be excused for crowing- Accomplishment has a increased its girth That whet this year may bring there itno kilollriilg- n twelve months we may allof OJbe flying Or break our aileronsandnecksin trying r 1New Yeru sl jet tit think all things are pew And a they are for us till we have won them This moment dirfers Jp all foment through The pants of life are noyd ae wenm them Whatever are air deed t eta u tnJe This the first timethis iime1we havedoetbetL N8eleven wiper otit last 0 ii 1Oriow Aad Matte m iytshe hh bckemiio a9ofrvw ofa ft ti wyI 1892jPu eSPunAIUlInu m Kitchen Ware Is Better Than Mate or Enamel Because it is sanitary and saves your money time and health The genuine tspun aluminum ware stamped with the Maltese Cross will outlast any other cook ing utensils and is guaranteed by the makers for twentyfive years It is pure wholesome md hygienicno danger of metal poisoningcannot chip into the food because pure SPUN Aluminum expands with the heat and will not crack scale or peel like the old style ware Enamel ware is iron coated with cot Iorcd glass Heat causes the glass to chip into the food in minute particles which Ioff into the stomach is apt to cause serious troubles including cancer accord ing to some medical authorities 1892 It Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is 4made from solid Aluminum throughoutno coating of glassand expands uniformly under heat It cannot clack scale peel like the out of date enameled utensils it does away with all possible danger from this source I You owe it to yourself and to everY member of the household to give this new and better kitchen ware a practical test If it fails to do what is claimed for it you get your money back without a quibble or a cross word At your dealers HARREL BROS Rockport Ky t Shelbyville has Wireless Office Shalbyville Ky Doc 20Th SouthWestern Wlrol ss Company opened up its nlrelsassLutton herato BrownIThis was the first time the station was openad fur commercial business C A McGeo nprosonts tho company and thit operator In charge In John Willis Young Klnlosldp of Louisville the president of the company ox churnedntesrages with the leading buslnass men or that city attar wltlclt many others took the oppcotunlty of suding mOS1g09by wlroloss- Manny telegrams Wmt to LoulsYlIb merchants and grat ISlItlsfactlon was oxprezcd at the accurate worktnl11g of tho system The lnstrumoats installed are of the most modern null uptodate type embracing all the st discoveries in thh wireless flelds TJto company expos to OIl a Frankfort etation this weak Ion Lodge Notes A full attendance ot the ntmbera- of the F A M Lodge No Gi5 Is requested on Dec 27th 1910 ut 1230 oclock at whtch time JtJ3 u nual election ot offlccrs will occur There will also be work In tbs first degree W E EfUTS W 31 TRAINED MiNDS Are In demand py business men The Spencorian course In Book keeping Shorthand and Account- Ing has boon the moans by which 12000 graduates are holding responsible positions Hundreds are earning over 5000 a year e will send full details regarding rates and coulee to young men- and women who will write us Speucerlau Commercial School Building6th KY 9Call on- A1LARBUCKLE FOB Fancy Groceries Lunches Cigirs Soft Drinks Etc Next Door to Shronders Grocery on Union Street HARTFORD KY Ladles Save Money and Keep D I Style by Readme McCaU Magazine and Using McCall Patterns t 9rcalrrMaguiaawinhelp lsbly lit amoderalo r expense keeping you posted on the I latest faAhlons is clothes and bats bq DesignsInraluable lutormatlon- on t mil borne anll per aon matters Only We a year Including a free pstteru Sub ecrlhe today or send fur free aamplo copy Mcfaa Pal eru 11 I enable1ou to make In your sclothingoryourself tIlUJceotssubscriptionsPremium Catalogue lIoltCasb Imo OIIr iIUcLUlfSIPANI2391a2t9Uad 37AStNltf IOK r t e t AT T1 t pPrize OffCri from LeadingMi ufiCt j r edaforsMrchActing Coftimissionerof Patents and assuch rtrfIthtlU S Patent OffICe hadJUllchaJpAf JC t GREELEYMINTIR- o 11 f 0 Io WASHINGTON D C w r Jr o r rvr y y rue h- t7I J z t IJri4i1E TE- jiiiurr USJi PRINT YOURJ i CARDS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES POST CARDS BILL HEADS BLOTTERS LETTER HEADS PROGRAMS STATEMENT HEADS SHIPPING TAGS CIRCULARSLABELS BOOKLETS STOCK FORMS 1 ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES 1 MORTGAGE BL NKSDEED BLANKS ei Superior Quality Prices Reasonable Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work AllWork Guaranteed THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN PJcu1e No 22Ir Hartford Ky J I rjorjorjo oJwtrjorjorjo t END YOUR BOY TO t Matheny Batts Vanderbilt Training t School 1 ELKTON = KENTUCKY t A- lege limited select school Col j i t trained teachers Students i from more than thirty towns in tti Kentucky and from six Southern rstates Equipment valued at 45 S- 4ii 000 Electric LightsSteam Heat 4E Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur +roundings excellent No saloons t Extremely healthful location 3 OOO spent on improvements this summer We take bays from 12 years of age upr rtrainedhim while he is young The nineteenth year of the school opens Septa 7 M Write for illustrated Catalogue 4T1 Address All Communications 0 uyHATTS r I1incip ha Iva- Ra 1 Itrd L a l iI I irirt rx Y 1aiY jv 1- iI S r 111 vf a I FURTUNESlU L M lIT IIII DENuO1l1t i JouJtr The Ever Present rlaS Reached Enormous Proportions in this Country Tho persroa who buys a nicker- wottth of peanuts to inunch at tho ball gume to fecal to the squlrrds In the park or to gladden the Marla of clil doom at ruin scaree1y Foaled that ly- ebus oontr1butoo to un industry that last year farmed II mllllon dolLU crop and which plaAxd on Una m irkdt in- vTarlous forms renclled ttho crrannous sum of 36000000 stye thyo Wasldng ton Star But dt ds a foot This lIttL3 SQduotJvo nnzta rcsolu- Uon to eat just one Is wyonforgotten whose birtllplacollS Amcudaa was uwtli ooilllpnraUycy rtxently urappro Ckated either as to the nir nay In them or ns II r ally nlUtrlltdciU8 prod uct Today tbo l1eaturt p4ayts an fun portant part do pkns nits frcan tho swell dWlIJiCI party th the ovier Jno ant democracy of the circus lnaI lamQ or picnic Actor aM hnil fe I ball game a picnic or circus nwtluwt the psnnut nooomparumcat By tar tOO langtEmt Fart of flue coop Is consumed tromitho PUlDiUt stand the little whfstro sign of the t oarb- eing the signal for the nVlOlllgQ youngster to UggEEt to dad or ma that some of thank MIOuId be vary ae- cepatblo and the parent ex material parents wiULnnlUSnLno twos out of tento Invest Ym there are millions of bushJ1s ttat go to tbo fat toning of hogS throughout We South the feeling of poultry wlhiLIetJho vines often cured as tiny fcod thousands of head of cattle and oven oM bleth- er Earth cis flourished by the rots of thu plant wltit h Yurnlttis ndltroger to It from the air The rttsiIt d all this ds that sol on- Usf claim that lib ptsauut which In the past woe nut vfjry highly Itsnrdol- Is the only food staple that WW Dot once Donnish man boot b5rd And fields It ds the most nutritious of the unUre nut fnrnny riM to ii sue building propo tbctrontrddning glucos and oarbohydratfeond ds the chap St Hows This We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for MY case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hails Cawrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 We the underslgncd hnve known F J Cheney for the last 16 yroors and believe hlm perfectly honorable In all business transactions and flnan cln1ly able to carry out any obllga- Uore made by lids firm WALDING KINNAN d1AIIVIN Wholesale Drugglste Toledo O Hans Catarrh Cure Js taken inter nally acting dlrecUy upontthe blood and mucous surfaco of the system Testimonials sent free Prlee75cents per bottle Sold by nn DXWJUstl Take Halls Family Pills for eon stlpaUon In The Comforter He was very bashful and 10 trlod to make it easy ftr hm They Wrod- Jn1vlrg along wo 8ba =bore and eho became 6 ont for a m Whats wo mrttrsr7 ho aslceal Oh I fool blue dho r pdtel Nobody JoVtS mt md my tlJlt amo cold You should net say near liras his word of COIUd fI for God lovvts you and yiour mvll1YI doves you and you utn sit on your lCUlds success Order Your Magazines Now It will soon be time that most read ors of current Uturaturul and maga zincs will be making up Uwz lists for the new year I IUD rflJYlesenta- UrvO for any magazlpe or poridodcal that you may want I will furnish you them singly or make you n cut price where you taite more than We Make any kInds of combinatffons or clubs All renewals accrpted and given the same ltWntltm as mew pub seldptlone Can on write nr tAile phoneJ NEY The RipubUatn Office Hartford Ky General Household u green wsgatatiks ltave beaomm- efmated steop them in cold water for twelve bOUlM befOre ooUInM pro aoclsgad other robots should be peeled then UJOePOl nn halm neu- lwbsn bpilod I ploo of iraltpt tro- t4iOU l bl a ddlto tie bioling Wa terabOut es rarQe as apca- Eakud J wro iW to be OpO lof the best fors for necvow parsons and brain fli id taw baa amas taro toO hGaly Serearn dfli cats GtmacjBake the lxartenz ls Inthe pact and burst oPeh this is olaIined build upando- trenngthma erFOnswd 1 poor blood tyol vooo dcmbiiobo1ler get I I oJ 1 y A A r much Wger ta f tv o 1ult Piin6 5 o emalfar el i Ioloj u + nl tlghtiy and i uotargo I 11 V IIUVII ooog1l wnkCr in- vtt duly to 10 lop of this and J bwtne t JP ennug9l to ber 41 d tumcr g tIIIanl or Ccf100- oa t Nli lttt Ht It too tealc LIc top and lunch tire lxtom full 1- Ctwlu u tLo cnn will not fnEdC tCie- het Il inch or two lib s may be- purchtd fo an inch or n up thv- sldtm on tlo boat m Pudding Oman wud aLd lacy other tJ4nga may bo put lots smaller dkhw and UI1l1IIn readful Wound from a knife gun Un can rusty nail fireworks or of any OUer na ture demands prompt tTOOitmcnt with Duckloos Arnlca Salvo to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quigkest surest healer for all such wounds as also for Burns Dolls Sores Shin Eruptions Ecema Chap ped Hands Corns or Plies 25c at Bn druggists m Kentucky Farmers Peculiar For ker Hogs llllvo been so high this fall that MY nntcls they might take would hardly surprise the farmers rdglit now but Mr J E Bruce oC- llio Danvlllo pllf dins a porker which is a UtUo dlffcrentt from anything he or any ono else ever saw In tht- porcine line according to Ua best Informed nutborlUIJS This pIg has boon dubbed an elcjphai v hog by nil who have soon It for Its roar legs rnminded ono very much pf lthuJJrdI limbs of nn elephant dnsead Ing the bund ot U1e rxztr knees forward like aU other oogu usually have the hlnil legs of Us Wully parker id bnkwurd at the kneuQ lake thooo of all elephant and give the very aeculiar nppcruancv e pccially- whoa it walks QuRe n number have st rpttl at Mr Druoos laco to sae the unuounlI specimen of hogflsh and have suggerdcd that Mr Drur could obtain a good ItllOOO for It from show Ho was not dridtd yt fOmII over whoUmr t mn1tljO t1JroW rbs backbonno out of It or kY11 dt as a sitystnDford Jourr- plChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Good Roads Enthusiasm InWT in next Wlltkos vets cn aI million dollar bond Issue for tho eon strucdon of trlmit lint ot brivk high 11flCt8road to improved thorougnmcs and Is manifcocd In many parsof tlu South Ill West IrgnaWngo coun ty has voted 1uptOO of bands and lIeDowuU county will recoil cil upon a bond isueor OOOOO whBea strong senUIlent Is dev icpirg 1n M c r county for nn Iseuaano of rOOOOO or bands to supplmnmt wli h haca8anl roads the paved sxctds of sucdl centers as Blu fiord PrlllcJOn awl Bran well Last week WcSt eiunty in- Southwwt Virginia votd tarliy onII II bond Issue of 700000 Md homat county In Oklahoma voted for fOOOOO or road bonds tire prothd3 of which me o be 10101 11 to lUad- inJJg fan last nnnd west road and a rortal and south road from Oklahoma City TMrty1oUT counUlls in fxasI have voted emco tho botglmntug of tll i year mor than OOOOOO of raad bonds while tn othr1 oollntit3 are ispond1r annually neatly 1000000- upon public highway not including proceeds ot bond ssuts herds ac tivdty too In Lou ttnna Georga ylts- sissippl Alabama North UroUlla and other Southern statce under tw conviction that one of tJx brit torns at- hlt1yootinont of mouldy for the statoaa- a whole or for laddviduals In Jlrlidlng- Unt class highways as asuro means of bringing about a ell rounded development of rural and unhm com munities Crossing Corn Varieties Experiments by the Department or Agriculture and various 1 lrJnmoot stations havo shown that the yield m crnssts of two varkrls or- strains otcom Is In obnoot evlcry case mt raUylarga than that of tJe pa rents It haa been pofnttid outdn bul lettus itfiadyIpiLb jdl bdd Wbb this method brio yield OlIn bu- UlIzoo in farm practice by the lim- p1e oipeHent of Zaclng the strains or Varieties that are to ho erossod In altcmtlon und tfllin rrotovlng the one 01 thO vanlot All rho wed prodKxdby the plazas of the do lnsoloo rows wfll be onopollinated and cad be us for the piantipg of the general crop In tho iiezt snaeon CroylOR C ASTR 1 Ar 41 t f r t o Krb r unnn The Kind You Have Always Couht and wWch has been in use for over 30 years JUtS borne the slgnaturo of sad has been made under ills per sonal dnporvisfon since its infnnc3 r Allow no ono tolccelve you hl this All Counterfeits Imitations nUfl Justasgood are but Experiments that trUlo with and endanger the health of Infants and OhUdrilllExJlericnco against Experiment What Es CASTORIA astaria is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gorlc Drops Duel Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys W9rnis and allays Feverishness It cures Dinrrl1 a and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures COustllmtioll stud Flatulency It wslmllatcs the Foul regulates the Stomacl1 and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The ChlldrcnlS PanaceaThu Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTRIA ALWAYS Signature of cC fl The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe UNTAUII CONPRNT TT ruaay 5TRCCT NCW yoga curl r WAIITEDA RIDER AGENT r and district CNtOWII eahibit- aaamrlelatertldodelran to erhirrelctnmihedbyii Our fnll nurbere II 9NobI to an anywhere In lie U S uiAoafa rtdrfail m adLtJIrjoyfrirltt and avow TXN DAY FIt1 TJUL dunrg which lime U nay ride the bicycle and rut It to tat OU witi II OU arc then net 1liJ or do not wish la lupthebcyclcehipitlakUusatnurarrnaulyoruillarllratmurrRtWe mtkt I ii III VDe m1I11ohl aLe alUoIIIOIY coOl You save II- to fly mlldlemtn 11 v huyirw Imu rf U + and have the manufacturers guar nlee Ielund vur bIcycle UO NUT f11 a tuycleorn j drof tiutfrom aayo- at rtes t until rruvr our cardguta awn learn our unhd of facto- rlriv and rraarkdkfrrralofrrr tc rider agnate COU Will BE ASTONISHED Jalljseclufurwetaunukeyouthiayrr wealllhehighttttadeticrtltsiarleu monef than aty factory arcatrfedwith 1 C profit atom laclry ron 111CYC1J UEAJIJUH you tan 511 nor tvcyclts urdu lour own rams plate a double nut prices Uuleta tilled the lay reived- SLCONI HAND JUCCLES We do ut rftulalllnlI trend lard bicycles bun utnaly hive a numter on land taken In Irdr Iy cu lh cage retain rie 1 hem we clear out nl srier rtging Imm t 3 to fyH w IPI0 Ducnpli bargain list mailed free BRAKESNutgl which uportd roller drain and psdule parts repair and CASTER o1 all kinds at AUtrrta jrn- S HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF e o 850 NEItLUIU g RESOBt f FAIR lar rrfarr yrur of lino lint ti l t toislrdurucalliellyoraamt1etoirlorl+JOGaSAru11oikP I nr 10 MORE TPOUBlE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS TnckR or Glas will hilt lot the air out Stat thautand pair old last year Over two hundred thouNln J pairs now in use DEBCRiFTiORlladeinniIeizerIttslivel L ttr srdtasyndinrve I special qunllty ofrut1 which never lecames treemgtheairtaesape1mt H L aim rim trip ItsuponceortwiceinawhoteMasonTlieyweighnolnotelhnnto prevent rim omUI1I1 ThU otheroyTrod ThtrrJull1rJ nceo thcl YAtlY 1t191N-Catlcertisiagrutpaelre remakinganpeclatfoctotqprieto the of onl J4N rpair All artier shipp II1Ule dnyletter s received WeshipC00on fedaWe will allow R Bash ill aunt of 5 per ctlll making the pritt alllllr pair If you acndIIULL CU WrTn Oltl1I and cuele thin IIdvcrtmtlIl you run no risk atudtnsus IIn order OH the Ures tuoy be returacd 1 Hilt ulrnoc Ir for any tecoonlhey are not 5 on esorninnton 1 l1e PCr1ecUl fChn lc Bud weuey I4nllo u i 111 safe 81 a- wear betterIan longer ntid look Senot than any tiroyou haveaeveredlobr sera tnsler nt allY nm price foser We know that you will Le so well phased that when you want u bicycle you will give us your order We Walt OU to stud us a trial order at once brace this remarkable tlrc user ofIFabove or wtttc for car Tire Rllli Sundry Catalogue whic- hdtscrbtsandryoleaalrnakcsandkintaoftlrrsatatouitulttilt uual prie- tDO ua a poslll y IllINK Or iIUYINa n UITbulNOT pair of urea from anyone until ycakuow the ncty and woudtrfui elhra We are making It only casts a puslal tu lear tcyrrythlug Wute It NOW La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CIilCIO ILLS is Save X75BY PURCHASUIGIi OF OUR I FULL g00KKEEPiNG COUtiSE SCHOLARSHIPS Ifor only 125 The regular price is loo Those who bring of mail advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where They saw it wm be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 125 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready buy one for future use I I110W PRINCIPAL o weI 1 t1 GORGEaFoeaaOaaiaD SecondniiWalnetSttesIL LOUIVILKY ryar II s r I e s ff tHartford Repunlican But d according to law at the roetontce- e IaruordS7 iuU matter t the ecoud elaal 1 MBARNETT l EdltonangProbrlrtos I NEY FOSTER Address all communIcations to The Hartford Republican m saPxorsa- t Q brln 40 iouRhrZ17s =2 FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 The fellows who have for tors bOOn fighting the DurM Tobacco Saw olety and doIng aU they could Tv hamper the pool having suooeodod are now trying to organIze to pro- gent their frIend the trust fronl Iftang them These prople Lave been favored with good prices because of the sacrifices made by thelr brother farmers how that the POOl has tumble and the prIces wtUt It they are very penttont hon the duvil was sick the devil a Plonk wiuld be When the devil is well devil of a Monk Is he The Republican has heretofore had something to say In regard to the tax Jaws of the State Almoot every OCupaUon and trade Is now taxco to support the Stme Government We have on the StAtute books of Kentucky some of the most drostlc laws affecting the business lnterestsof any State in the Union Those matters oan be remedied but they ili have to be remedIed by Ure people inthe sal txUoa of their ropresentahee In the tEiIfatur We should got Wgrth- er Andselect a man for the position tht1sItuationfelt when he goes to the legislature qualpledtxstive to be of servIce Ito the people he represents should have a fair know ledge of the laws of the State to be- gdn withbe familiar with We laws rPE311thn1 welfare of the State and nssct Jn enacting some wholt1Ome ones net to- benefit n tew IndivIduals but on that will be ot benefit to a major y of the people While on this subject we have hoard mentioned the name of S A Andl1Sn as a suitable person to ropresoot OhIo County in the next- Legislature Mr Anderson is a thaw- rough Republican a man of exper- iince and a lawyer of setieral years practice and would make a desirable candidate and ex good ropresntatdve- 1f Ire consents to make the race nut is ekekd Lest week the Democratic State Exe cu116 Committee was called to meet Sn Louisville to determIne the manner of nomInating the State ticket The varIous candidates for Ih eState t adfiexs to be voted for at the section Nov HIll were also tnvtted to attend and give an expression of their vows or choice between a primary- oletion and State Convention Of the twentyone Candidates present ninEteen favored a Convention and only ono expressed hlmw far a primary Tlae Committee then votoo by a large majority to order n prl nary ignoring the wishes ot the men whose advice it had sought Tire machIne Js In charge of Senator Mc- Creary and ExGov BICk ham and the primary will be run by the machine from start to finish Evo the modest request of Ollie James toahate the SenatorIal met inclutkiI In the primary was voted town anal wIth It went down the much heralded devotion of the Kentucky Dane emey- bo the policy of election ot Sexnhrs- by poular vote If they ronnqt even allow theIr oran panty members a Vote for their choice whCIl would they over give It to all the pee vie The slate Js McCreary for Coy trnor and Dlockham for Senator now miwatod by a legislative caucus WIth nIl the appolnUveoWces held out M latent but silent Miluon Sealy qlUe Jeems anti coming clas home we fear also or tlto chaos or our own Gabriel Idkenswho swats to have hitched up tin it1i wrong crowd and has boear reduced Jb a F mere innocent bystando3 lliorJt u written and it Iwan xwt written by tOO friends or Ben JohD oLthor that it is to be a primary Tbepr4 mary wit not be run In the iaterast- of its onemios It will beremembl- ft1b7 the olio people tOOt II State agoiIsam not lIB partners but as opposing Candldates for the Sonatorsbdp lt- 1KIJl the bribery and corruption charg r I at by these caodddetes and heir faleni9e agei nat aaohatee is fore the- reoenttNew York and 111ina4s ieg1 wlye8CII dais w aeaok Enid mno- liYteMay day i ycetirfoas in Qf OnewJIto furnIsh the oil and the other the inr gar or other necessaries for campaigni purposes Who can stand beforethtatl We proocl that before May 17th there will not be more than one caadk tote torany State of lee bcrrethe prJm excepts for Governor Friom such machine mothode and nnahlnoanade Can dldnt08 thousands of honest Ken lucky Democrats wlU turn again to the n jblclcn party and note for O Rear tui the rest of the ticket Baptist Church The officers and tesacheas of ho Sunday school and the deacons and theIr wIves will hold a special meet lug In the DllmM room Friday even fag nt 630 odock Lundh wIll be served and plans for text tars wont wm be discussed and the pastor will gIve an outline ot the Sunday school lessons for 1911 All the officers and teachers In tho Sunday school the oftioers jn the church and the deaconS wives Qoo tatted to thIs meeting SerI et neat Sunday Sunday schoo sotsion at 946 oclock Morning worehip at 11 oclock theme ot rolJllon The Untrodden Path Evening worship at 7 odoclt throne of sermon The Greatast Sin anyone can CommIt Young PEoples meeting at 60cloelt The ordinance pf baptIsm will be- adtnini8ter iI at the eycming srvlces Notice in Bankruptcy In the district court of the Unit ro States for the westIIIl district of Kentucky OwensOOro division In the matter of Fernando F Phil lips bankrupt To the creditors lof Fernando F Phillips lately of Narrows In the county of Ohio md District afore saId bankrupt Notice Is herb1 elves that on the 25th day of Decemban A D 1910 the said Fernando FPhilups was duly aduated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors twill be held at the law office of Dean Dean In OWiEnsboro Kentucky on the 13th day of Januany A D 1910 at 2 R 11 at which time the said creditors may attend proure ther claims appoint a trustee examine thoBankruptand transaat such other buslnlfS M may properly come before bald meeting J A DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy OwensOOro Ky Deeember 28th 1910 Republican Convention At a mecUng of the Republican Cumnattee eot the Seventh Senatorj al District or Kentucky held do Beaver Darn cn the 17th ot Doc 1910 at I ocock p m tor the purpose of determining the time place and manner of nominating Q candidate to be voted for the State Senator for said dlstrdct nt the regular ovtmbore1ec lion 1911 Mr B F Green was olcot- ed Chairman and J C Flener See rotary On motion it was ordered and dl rooted that n deutgatxx1 convention of the reproacctatdves ot th IWpub- l1can party of the Saw Mh SrJn1tor- aU district of Keaucky be held In the city of Beaver Dam Ky at 1- oclcek p m standard time Monday the 30th day ref Jan lUll for the purpose of nomInating a Republican candidate for State Senator for saId dislr t to bo vted tOil at the regular November o1catwl1 1J11 The delegates to said cdnveanton shall be selected by county mass eon ventions to be hold at the county soot In each count ot said district nt 1 oclock p m standard time on Saturday Jan 2Srth 1911 Each coun ty JJall be entitled to one delegate fur each one hundred or fractIon aver fifty votes cast for the nonli nee for governor in said county at tho Novcunbor oeJooUon 1J07 The form ot voting at said county mars convention for drlgates shall be by vIva vooo The number of delegates under the alp rUOIment nllOlWed to each of the oountdjS Is as follows Butler f 21 Mubienberge6Ohio ii30 NUmber of votes necessary to a choice W r r40 I F GREEN Chmn Q C FLENER Sooy DUNDEE Dec 6Ihe meeting at Sulphur springac nducted by Rev Lahthum closed FIrtda night was quate n sue CeaB S Tdltord who bas been tdladtiog friends at Lettohfield for the St few weeks returned home Mon day Miss Martha Thcanast left Saturday to spend XmasWerth ro1llt1VkJ6 and- frten is at Hantlord M Fronfe KIng of Hartford Js the guest attier mother Mrs Saute King 11Jl4psr Vanla Harrison spent WedI UssliPeuSulphur Springs Master Raymond Felix iekSaturdayy for Oar4al fi tx ghere 11 wJtl adfriends 1 M SSKALEYSSflHOOL GLOS SIFT FAIRVIEW Last Friday and Interesting Literary Program and Din ner Were Provided Program of the entertainment given at the close of Fairview school on FrJdaybacember 23 1910 Weloomo Addressflargureto Wll l son What I should LikeJoslo Ethel Stogner RecitationIva Myers RocUationEar1Taught SIng a sang of ChemunessJ3IUIih Walker Wilson A warningR M Drownd Two llttiestocklngsLorena Wilson I RecltAtionDeNtt Dee Myers Why dont you answer the boyIda Bell Faught Merry ChristmasIda Myers- A childs ChrIstmas prayerMzmie- Lessie Stogner My little speechR M Browud WInter Is nearMary Lorcun White If I wore a little sfrlJosle Ethel Stogn er Christmas timeShelby Myers Santo ClausIda Bell Myer- sRecitationFelix White Take care of the mhulesEmmet Fraught There isnt anyone for me to play with any moreRuby Acton Farmers wife MargariteWilson A peculiar WeddIng SceneBessie K Acton The wreck of the HesprusWalter- Myers The lIttle Christmas treeDora Faught Papas letterMyntio Drownd Why Should the splrft of mortal L- proudA11 Wilson ChnstmasEunlce Wilson 1 Changing colorsDock Brownd The Old Actors storyBessie Acton Dialogue OUr Christmas DollsRu by Hollen Acton Mamle LessleStog ner Mary Lorene White Lorena Wilson Deulah Walker Wilsonlda Bell Myers Ida Dell Faught Dialogue The tables turnedDeck Drownd Mamle Stosner Margart WIlson Lorna White Ruby Acton Lorona Wilson I Dialogue The Womans Rights Bessie Lta Raley Eunice Mas WJI- song Walter Myers Dialogue Miss Jones MIllIl1YY op enJngBessla K Acton Eunice Wil 1arIDialogue A Proposal Myrtle Drowrd and Walter Myers DIalogue Editors Busy Day Walter MYErs Shelby Mrs Dora FauSbt Eunice Wilson BessIe K Acto Margaret Wisn Ioorace HughesI Dialogue The Train to Mauro- Bosslo K Acton Walter flyers and Emmet Faught DIalogue The Bachelor Hall Med LeyLucy Drown Dora Faught Mar I Barite WIlson Eunice Wilson DossI- el Aoton Arnret Wilson Deck Drovnd- Walter Myers Horace Hughes and Emmot Faught I Dialogue Morning CallersEunIce Wilson Dora Faught Lucy Brown Bessie Acton Mamiq Stogner RubyI ActonShelby Myers and Deck Brownd Dlarogue The Frog Hollow Lyceum Dora Faught Margar4e Wilson Lucy Brown Bessie Acton Walter Myers Deck Brownd Annet Wilson FauGhtIDora Faught Walter Myers and Horace Hughes Closing AddlSSWnlter Myers I SongGod Be With You TUJ Wo MeLt AgaIn I Delightful music lags furnished throughout the progrdm And nt noon hadIbockschool in honor ot the teacher The diner was very nice Indeed nnjl all seemd to enjoy Jot very much The tOOhl lIssBessle Len Baby doily ore an Ynteresting aDd implosive- talk which was onjoyudby aU She has by she y sweet Wspositton rwon for herself a place in our hearts that will ever be hers Ve the pupils cons dcrthe past term ot school the mkt profttablo nd pleasant six moDthB of ourllvcs and trust toot out dtrar teacher may ever beIIS loved and emdeared iy Jeer pupJis and friends at bid Fairu low We desire in her bohalffo extiaid out thanks Wthe kind1a4leslwho- prepared the rice dinner twltlch was iiideed a plya t surpniee Uqu- exc DI musicians Who w rPres- ent told ooMrbate I to the a eCaBlaby their music and Wthepttj lYwho presented their beaches with G3a id- Ieaome gifts and Lastly people fortheirr nc asst forthe1r6oel lent order4 whIdh was m8 tnod throitihout t e day nd bienait other six o havererto11ea4i ud- m4la e aU beyamltttod to 1it ur- greeeurae with edi other fe- tJipprshpfthe wnttsr f RepOrt ot the Condition of the Yordsuil1e Banking Compan Bank doing husine s atrihe ToWn of Fordsvllle County of Ohio State of Kentucky at iJleCloEe of business on the 15 day of Deoemieer 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4804383 U S and other Bonds Stocks and SocurJUes 9li4000 Duo from Basks 466330 Actual Cash on hand 523251 Checks cash items and ox change for clearing 18SI Overdrafts Secured None Unsecured 198741 19S7Jl Current expenses and taxca paid y G728 Real Estat 43fOO FurnI- ture and Fixtures X5178050e Total 608050 Other Asses not inriutlod under any ot the above hoods 23846 Total 7607239 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash 1510000 Surplus 58177 UndMdod profits 7226 total G5403 DeposIts on which interest is laid 412319- 6Decaks on which 1nt11- Js t zot paid 1404077 Tani- Depoats 5527223 Cashiers checks outstanding chocksI 4613 None Bills payable 5OOOGO Total 600009 Other liabilities not includ ed under any of the above heads Total 7607239 State of Kentucky I MorrIs Wilson kashler of the above named Dank do solomrrly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my kngwledge and belief MORRIS WILSON Cashier SubscrIbed and sworn to foreme by Morris Nilson this 24 day of Dee 1910 My CommissIon expIres Jal1 20th 1914J T SMITH Jr N P O C J T afl1TH Jr OLLA WILSON W A FLEMISTERDIrectors IV Report of the condition of the MGHENRY DEPOSIT BANK Bank doing business at the town of McHenry County of Ohio State of Kentucky at the close ot business on the Iii day of Dec 1910- RESOURCES Loans and Dlsooursts 3155306- U S and other Bonds Stocks and Securities 20000 Due trom Banks 2926ji Actual Cash on hand 240086 Checks cash items and exatutnge t Checks cash Items and ox change for clearing OverdraftsSecured 27350 Unsecured None Total 27350 Current expenses and taxes paid 158582 Real Estate 331405 Fur niture and Fixtures 204008 Total 535413 Other Assets not Included under any of the above heads Total 4429407 LIABILITIES capital Stock paId ro to cash 1500000 Surplus iiOOOO UndlVided profits 2657144 Total 315744 Deposits on whIch lntereitI Ispaid 700238 Deposit on which Imter est ds not paid 1ii13425 oro pal Deposits 2613663- OashJers Checks outstandIng none ConWled chocks nooeTota1 Due to Banks Notosand Bills rediscounted- folio DUI paybale none Other ilabdliUes not Included under any of the above hoods Total 4429407 State ot Kentucky OoUJltYofOhl Set t- IB1 J Tioh iorPresidemttof the above naarodBank do soltuablv swear that the above statemex t 9s true to the tofmy knowledge and belief SjTICHENOR Pies Subscribed end dw9r1t trotbatoreme- by S J11chi1orifh1s 23 day of Dec 1h0 + AfyConrmlas1bh eslydaim Jet 21stI 1912 r r t 0 1LNALL Notary Pubux r- i jrIiClIE v- t a10 F R i If t M FALL 1 hf1 rDlrectore tJ f t d jIA 11tiJI3i ti New Year LTO EverybodyI l Your Liberal patronage and loyal sup has rounded out 1910 showing thefIport volume of business in the history tthis famous r trading place Our grateful hearts go out to you and I tion are inadequate Thankingr to express our wordsI You wr Our mWm un PiosriIy I We start into 1911 promising the best equipmentI l to handout goods and take in 1place Your interest shall be care guarded in every instance You cant be more loyal to us than we will be to you May the New Year be kind iand when time shall harvest 1911 may we all 1Ze here and able to say ijAPPY NEW YEARJS E P Barnes BrosI IBEAVER DAM I0 9 ONT fail to see the D Men s Clothing Ladies Clothe- syandCoati Suits Reductionskoufi 2bq i r closes J t ry 101911I kf- Celltetown I it 1a Merca- t L Irsc orror4ted riC Ntr E Tu 4- if nt i1 tL1i r iu ti- k 1JJf 1r I yy- tiTHAT SUIT WHAT ABOUT IT I W1 Mens4q y i cater to the eye C most scrutinizing customer We = I handle the cglebrSTERLING SUITS that Pare be 4 yond question thtr of ony clothing handled in Hart iti ford We will hI sale during January some special Is values in suits Iercoats Call and see them and = tiremember it pa yI49 money 4i t i = FAIL COMPANY = t = fair Dealers = 4i HARTFORJ r r KENTUCKY J y 51 1 4i I Ir ii Hartford Repuanl jFRIPAY DECEMBIr 9IIIInolsCentratRallrITlmeTable l At Beaver pars North aDD ad801ftnd Nol82 due 406 am NalaSeh No 4b P m Notl1ueU 8p m Wol02due248pm Noti51 m M H de E Railroadable at Hartford J Time table iy Dee 4thoonltalns the fadlowDdules- No 112 North Bound 4 m dally except Su No 114 North Bound e0 p nt dally except Sw No 116 South Bound c5 a m dally except Sur No U3 South Bound t p m daily exo t E MIST gt R J A Leach Boau R 1 fhMr pleasant collar 1 Mr Joe Thpmirson made thia office a ploasaat cry r We are paying 30 Idozen for Eggs this week II Sc e- III i Sebroeters grcefYig 26 cents for eggs andaU you bate f Mr J V HaleofUe paid i The Rep bcan otflC ntsull- Wodnaeday Mrs Clarence yj0 1dIding- a few days wi Rey zholda StMiout J1 4Mr Inelstlyd- a stand Ky r ved yoeteceguc3t ttrlebdB Jtsere tr Iexii his j croak at arlt langspend r fag a few da11tk otho ngamdtzlgla JtisadMrroo Moil = tiny fro Cromwellwill1 M ts- iii p s- fi J arm1 11 rIj crJ T BseU o1 lb L k e1R y toy e I1tF 1n Luther Chapman of Beaver Dam IMrThe Rrpubllgn office a pleasant- call Wednesday blizs Motile Duncan ofUorganfleld Ky is the guest of Proto and Mrs Halley E Brawn Yeu tave tried the rest now try the best Flour In town at Schroad ers Cash Grocery Prof William Foster of Princeton N J is spending this week with relatives In Harttohl- AB klnc1soTfresh and cured meats staple gIocert e at lowest prices 24tf SANDERFUR CO Mr and Mrs John Daniel are visiting the formers parents Mr and Mm T W Daniel ot Olaten Mr R 1i Wedding of Torre Haute lad is spending n ft4w days with bls father Judge R R Woo ding Miss Gwendolyn Haynes of Marion Ky tirrrved Wednooa aftennoonto- be the guest of Mlsa AnnJo Allan El gin Prof and Mrs A P Taylor and children of Owensboro are vIsiting Mrs Taylors IJlaoonts Mr and Mrs W B Render Mr Mack Newman foreman on the Herald force laft Wednesday for a few days visIt with home folks at Mayfield Ky Miss Iva Cununlns ono ot Ohio coun tys teachers was the guest ot Mr and MrS Robert Hoover and other frdeends bozo Monday Miss Lydia Ward whops teaching In Kingswood Colloge at Klngswpod Ky Jil spending the polldays wiT- her mother near town MIss Annie Allen Elgin entertained a few of her friends with a six oclock dlnnu Wedlday evening for Miss Haynes of Marion Ky Dr and Mrs AtoxFoster of Ow oS Mr n1BennMrQIs Spauldkrlg J7as returmod from owhenm he hu bees fo- rssya1 melba lH WW probably sptmd the wt fu tJ11e citY Mr Guy F i6tDie Ropub- ltcans typograplikm force hapexrt Sat= uTaay J witi his broher- Mr Roy Focre set gEarlingtonf FORSALEAn1 br1Ieht IIldHlrht8I- Ioddlie lfIe 7 yeterte old 1512 Jaadd hill Price 18500 DR 18 BEAN cs o tic i 1y- y Beaver Dam Flour found only to Hartford at SandeTlur Bc Cos meat shop 24tf- Exelusivo sale ot thnrer Dam Flour at our meat shop 24tf SANDERFUR d jOJ- olr James W Jones of Murray Ky is expected here this week for a short visit with friends Mr Robert F erolEarllngJn spent a few days with his tamay htro and returned Monday Cwnton Mrs A C Yeiser left Tuesday for Martin TEnn where she will visit friends and relatives for n tuw days Capt and Mrs John 0 Koown visit el Mrs and Mrs Thomas J Morton of Island Ky the first of the week Mr Alien M iuoC iorgnIeJd Ky spent Sunday and Monday with his parents Mr and Mrs S S May city llr ByronForte nJunc to Hop irJnsvilieMonday afternoon after spend Ing a Tow days with his parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Foster Miss Mary Felix enter tained tile young folks wIth n parity Wednesday eveningat the hom of Jrer parents Mr and Mrs F L Felix Mrs S K Cox returned Saturday afternoon from Charleston Mo where she had been called on account ot the death of her grandson Master samuel White Mr John X Taylor manager ot the Ohio County Drug Co went t1- JEarllngton Monday atturnoon to be i present at a meeting of the Knight Tomplars Mr of E H1l1ard of Frudonda Ky visited Mr and Mrs John C Riley and other radgUves here the first of the week and paid Tile Republican office n call Mr Rowan Holbrook will Ike Tuesday for Riverside Col to visit his son Harold He will also v iSltI sevEral c1Ues In CalifornIa and sibly New Mexico Mrs Frank Bradshaw and Miss Let Purdue of Snanley Ky arrived Wednesday afternoon t4be the guest of Judge and Mrs J E Fogle and family and Mr W M Fair and family I Mr Ed Davidson ot Hites Falls this county dIed at his home nosday ot paralysis He owned BeI oral thousand acres of farming land 1000001Mrto Ky tpent n k3v days here week with his sIster Mrs R A thisI singer Mr Bennett recenthy closed a successful school In McLean county All meinUcrs of Hartford Lodge No 676 F and A M are urged to be pras eat at the meeting next monday night I PtolIWUy It G29 Thlfc will be business to tranomot and installation of new officers Mr and Mrs J R Forrester hay sold their property on Clay Street to Mr L P Turner they will leave for EarUngtonl1Il the near futures where Mr Forrester has lICCeted a positon wIth the St Bernard Co I The remains of Mrs 1V A Harder were taken to FordlsvUle Wednesday from Princeton lad for rotor= wont Mr and Mrs Harder only recently moved to Princeton and he later was only sick a short time ProfC Ross Bennett returnee Jomo Saturday afternoon from Broadway mines where he has closed a sucoexs- ful school Ho wilt be at home about a month before tho leaves for medtIaelMr James WFord is eroctitrg a six room cottage on the corner of Union and Foreman streets opposite Judge John B Wilson Mr Ford will also erect two more dwellings ad jotnigg the new residence ire the nror future I recommend The Delineator and Everybody s Magazine OOcnUSo they are good magazInes and because I can malte you a very low pride of 190 for both Send all orders for any magnlne or periodical to J Ney Foster Magazine Agent Hartford Ky tl Miss Tracy Derryman who has been employed in a stenographic capacity by the Young Mens Christian Asocla lion of Louisville during heir recent successful campaign for a now bu11a tog returned homo Saturday to spend the holidays with her mother Mrs Annie Berryman of mbar town- The New Commerclal Hotel has been rented to Mr and Mrs S C Roberts of FordsvJ1le who have may odhere and opened the hotel It will only be a day or so until they will have everything nged nd will be ready to aceonhodabetheir guests Mr Roberts formerly conducted the hotel at FOrdsvlUo The funeral ollU Sam Keowrl- was held t the Baptist church last Friday afternoon services being con ductctl by herpastca R vJ WiBru DeRRI iby Rgv Vlmgtl Elglp The hterfnei4 followed at okwO The active pall brsrs were MtfiiB- McDOw r ogle McHemy Holbrook Raynirer Tln Ie Douglas FelIx Oto- Martin end Ney I oeter Miss Frances Little of Owensboro will nrrlvo today to be the guest ot lies Mary Spaulding- We commDce dellv y tf meat at 630 a m each morning 24tf SANDERFUR CO Mr T J Morcn tisJaml wist- tal his mother Mrs Ella Morton and ohrreJaUvs here Monday Miss Amazl11i Renderr4urncd to her home at McHenry Tuesday after soveml days visit here whh i r cous- In Miss Lillio Burton Mr Luther Rogrs dled at his home at Select Monday from stcrach trouble Ho was about s veny ynrs old and a Federal soldtH and promlnnt- Iin his community Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers- grocery Work guaranteed arid prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company incorporated tt- Mr and Mrs John X Taylor and Mr and Mrs Wayne Stevens attn dEd tile banquet given at Madison vl11e Thursday night by the SuJrrs A class was Initiated Thursday night after which a Uheater party was giv en to the members Misses Lee and Ruth TJch nor were the chramtng young houtesss ILt an Intonnnl dInner party on Christmas day Those present rr3 Mss s- Mamie Hoeler Myrtle Park Lruvn Miller LMa McKernan Belle Berry man Tracy Dcrryman and Mossrs Elbert GOO 11J James Gotl lhcster Stewart John Render Tom Brown Ems Brown and Pirtle Park At n meting of Hartford Lodge No 676 F and A M held at the Masonic Hall Tuesday afternoon the following officers were elected Worshipful Master Owen Hunter Senior Warden Sam H Ems Junior Warden O T OBannon TreasurEr John T Moore Secretary L P Foreman Tyler Albert Real The now officers will be in stalled at the next muting when the appointive officers will bt named Ohio Tribe No 188 Improved Ordev of Red Men held theIr regular meet lag Wednesday night nt which time the following now officers Were elected Sachem Jams e Bennett Sen Ior Saganore Otto e Martin lunior Sagamore Lcs lIe Hoover Chief ot Ric ords A E Pate reelected Keeper of Wampum lrshhc Foster reelected Keeper ot Paraphernalia James Hudson Trustee Crtl P Keown Repre- sentativu to Gloat Council S A Bratcher HERBERT Dec 27Mr Newman Harden and family ot Wabash lad are vlsittng at Mr J B Chambers Mr Harden has purchased a farm near Sango Ky and will move to It the first of th year Mr and Mrs Jack llltldle Mr Tboo dore Weyler and family and Miss Gertrude Barnett oftEvansvUle are spendIng the week ntMI George Bar nettsMiss May Rogers Mrs Arthur Ford and children were the guest ot Mr John Harve Lloyd and family Fords ville Christmas day Mr ear Floyd and family ot Ow enshoro are at Mrs Sallie FIord Mrs Lauren Crnbtroli and Miss Bar nett cf OwonlJboro are visiting Mrs Ann Huff Mossrs Herbert end Ernest Durdtt and Miss Mary Chambers w nt to Ow onsboro Saturday 1Ir Dare Swope visited his brother John Swope Monday rawst- 1Ir Frank Druner Is at drone from Kentucky State University for the hoLIdays Mr Oran Flowers mull family of Patesvllle spent Xmas at Mr John Brun era MIss Mat1o Barnett is visiting her sister Mrs Sam Hawkins near Whltesvllte Mrs SaBle Floyd has returned from a manths say with her mother Mrs Douhe11ofSytia who Ls suf- ferlno with a broken hIp Mr and Mrs Jim Johnson gave a party Wcdnosday night In honor ot MIss biaggle Hinde- s1IrsLjnard Taylor and children spent Sunday night PIt Mr Virgil M11 lers Mr Myrtle Floyd was in Owens boro FridayIMr J B CbambEts purchased a line Cow and Calf tram Mr Adkins of Hancock County for 6000 cash Mr Wilbur Illrondon wtll eat italn tonight in IiQoor of Mdaa Bulah Bar nett of Owensboro Summer Resort for Kickers Wanted Ninety acme of land out on the road from Kngokorsvillo to Despair eight acres sot wfting4rC ly- iora bnlar eight acr as set Iq ctawllBb Boles too acres In clay Galls with poralmnmon grubs ns big as ox yokes 1ovenacres In marsh that wouldbog 4 buzzards shadow twelo In Mexican thistles boll nettle and gross burm bsly epma glraUo forty acres In sand bed cbrrai fenced with iaclrasslegs atiecked and rited cwith- emsous impUmeuta of war too poor for anything but a donkey o111ilse R dek on In havea ctcar ab Y I Enter 19111 New hopes hetterbright= Ier prospects Plans for and better busi= Iness EXIT 1910 We thank you for your help in making this year even bearable Adverse I conditions to the con= i trary we close withstock l in excellent condition and I better prepared than ever interestsIAGAIN WE THANK YOU I I ARE YOU GOING TO SCHOOL HARTFORD COLLEGE Offs exceptional advantages to young men and women Strong faculty of seven teachers three engagedexclusively in Collegiate and Teachers Training work Special classes in all the common branches including Theory and Practice for those preparing to teach1eW classes organized Itrr those wishing to begin High School work Board said tuition reasonable and Satlsfact10n guarantctl to every honest work- erMidyear Term and Normal Work Begin Jan 91911 Those preparing to teach or d siring to obtain higher grade certificates are urged to enter at the possiblePupilscourse and wish to take up High Schoolwork should enter at the beginning of the term BD For Further Information Address NR116BY K BROWN Pres T R SMITH V Pres straet ot title M there will ha o peaceful POSS Salo tQ affect Umltsi- tIon after put to thepuIJ9SY1orwb ch- I am punchastng 1 want t1 fora eunynol resort for the tckc 4luba where ovary long euod two legged kicker may havo the llrJIIf1eofr sand on his Bee or hostAnyKnockerendlleTrouptTax Banner FORDSVILLE Dec 27Mlss FrwnoJs Orr of Frn11k fort Kyls visiting her grand moth er and aunt Mrs Ed Porter Thompson and Mies Katherine V IThomp son Also her daughters Edwin and Eliot otr The Boys oterthinrod the girls with A masque chamdUr peaty Xmas tree Saturday VOO1ng at eol1ago Halt All ropoteda ahUl o- Ir EJ M WoodWard and WVe said n Miss Maymee SboFt were in town tow dayMrs Woodwllrd and Miss Shown ci4lqd lap nJlY ot their PI41 friends wb4a Were delighted 1tD pee 1lhertr U H1Ub ipyok Owl nsbox s- vist1nS Edwin Masutr tlrs wok lII 1U41YDhr t Beaver porn Ky who hAs been tccpins music at Boeoh Grove Ky vlsitcd Mrs I S Mason from Wednesday until Friday of last YekM her way home to spend the holidays Miss Mary Smith is visiting her sister Mrs Paul Snfdernh Glendro1- oMJ Valero Mason went to Owens hero Sunday Mr Dick Neel and tnmltylmY returned from their trip South The children Oit the Baptist church enjoyed a nlC treat fiunday Mr Russell Walker JlI ependlngtho- bolldays with Ids JareMa near town MI crJtggers JBw ltmgbor eis- tir i1MT1Ij1t hbyd I f + q r++ I t Jr FT THOMAS NOT TO BE ABANDONED p Project to Found Military Post r There Does Not Meet Approval Lexington lyt Dec 26 The moye- 1JHnt to have the Fort Thomas rnUJ tart post afar ClnclnlOOlti convent d jntoa Government mlUhry school shoo It mas boonn abandonoo os al army post does not mtvt wLih thlJ approval or the War DopaltWiQnt Bishop LewIs W DJ11ton or tills city who championed th IJoIOJtldV- ohICJh was urgoo by SentWr W O- BmdllY and others is just In- celpt ot a communication from Smato Bradley nocol11lnnttd by a let er hoU- S6Cret1r or War Dlckluson In which the Seerot try Matta that tihe grounds and lJUUding nt Font T1amQI which WON provided at a gTooot lX- llnese by tho Government have bcOnl- 1accod nl the hands of care akers employed by the War tlepartrneat which tho vlow ot pro othg ton M they may be t10ld for future mU- tary use Ho says that Jt hM nevtr been 1I- ntonUoI ot tllo War Dalxarnnert- trurreuder t thIs valuable military 1- 11Irvatfon or to devote it to other rhea uWtary purls Thu Illt tr o- Seoretary f Dixon concludcs thus Should tt become nocetasary lot nn- timo to withdraw n portion or the army from Insular pOssSISons or 1 increase tho ntobilo army statdoned it- Uto t United Status the butldhg at Fo Thomas will bo immediately nlQuirttdI for use by the army and the sub b stion to concert It into a military td1oo1 cannot bo conhu ed Marvelous DIscoverIes mark the wonderful progress of fohe age Air flights ou heavy JrEchlnee telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to kill men and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discoveryto save life wlun threat tned by coughs colds lagrlppc astb ma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung t trouble For all bronchial affection it has no equal It relieves Intant ly Its the surest cure James III Black of Asheville N e It R No 4 writes It cured him ot an obatlna cough after all other remoolu ailed SOe and 100 A trial bottle frte Guaranteed by all druggist to COOL SPRINGS Dee 20sPntyor mUng ts PI Tossing nIcoly at this pace Mr George Wilson ot Jaxravll lad is visiting friends and rontr- vtt this place Mfes Myrtle CoapEr ruturrtl home FrJooy after on exhmdfl visit at her cousin Mrs Clarence Dennis Mr Roscoo WIIFon and Mr Mark- Bosley both ot Butler county are In this wlghborhood now Mr S A DavHlrllort ut Reehtarl fr Mont Monday night I1It Mr O 1- Seott Mrs Joe Fulton who has Uxm qut rick Is some better It present Mr S O Foglo moved to fork port lrst Tueatlay where he will mork In the cal mints Mrs Jcnsle Fultrn ot SVyratc fIY1t last WtO1 with bur motlHr Mrs JOt WilsonMIss Pearl Davonlart ot SVyOx is the guest ot her cousin Mrs Ellen KnightMr Luther Rains and family were She guest ot Mr Mack DClasY SunlLy Kentucky Press Association The annual mId wlntcd munJott- tw lol1tuck Press SJcJnton twill tea held at Loulsvllle Docll1IDhr S And 29 The follOwing program has Uaon outlined A New Form ot Cara DookSam Mel Judson RobonLs Jxxiodton Leader Your llama PalxtrMn Ella i ritah1ion EUwang Fmnldcrt se Kentucky State Univorsity CbJot- 1wiJd Henry S Darker of the Hon Lucky Court ot Apptlalsl The Ntiixt General Assrmrby- Col Cron R Koller CasUsle 2ec- u Tax cvIs1onAr t itoril LouisvilleFTuruing Over a how Lca1 Jt as- tnaduko D ccsttou matiaging it4Uo- Naahvlllo r Tenn pants Burled TrmsuroProt C J Nor wood Lexington Dtreotor Kentucky Geological Survey What Is NewsJohn J Bttrry i Paducah NewsDomoom- tTrIbuhatfonsR 14 Wustavts WJ r I liamstown Courior- Buf thcss Buildl gRound Tabl- ConducGod e by M F Conloy Louisa NewsLooking for tOO ProC1wJ G Curt t minnt4hamt MlddlasborP Rooord 4- IStnndardWallaktic Browsd9Wn Bleatdard I1 On man orlict Chlanae btex- I rett HawvWo Cfario- mCoopcratfonjlouad trttbleOod- uetted h by T Sanders Oflrraiamo burg Reyubllcara Tho Mc oD1l Dtgmntmtmt Ban B Cozloo Sho1bywIUo Nows Rural Schools in KontudryJM- oFnrran U LouIsville 1l11tcracy In Kentucky tJho fleel Status ct tho QuetJouJI OSull1- an Si lbyvUlr Satitinol- IiThe d1t rUJtment teLtures nlva tie hands Or the Lott1av111o CQl1von lion and Publidty Lwguo and Jnclude n ihatty Party to the editors nn- their Li ladies A Womans Great Idea IIs how to make herself atttractlvc But without health It Is hard to her to be lovely in face form or temper A weak sickly woman w1ll be nervous and Irritable Con 11pa tlon and Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin tduptlona and a wretched complexion But Eluctr Bitters always provo a Godsend to women Who want health beauty and trlends They regulate Stomach Llv- or and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes amro breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion good health TrY the miFORDSVILLE Doe 20Miss Corda Fuqua Wlnr t SaturdayoMr J H Loyd who has boon a 1- I pyIDg Jlrr Svngaants house bnHan ford street has bought and movod Into the property recently 6ened c1d Dianayn moved into the house vatatted by LoydoProto Tctndv will leave SaJ111d1y udrttl his family at Sandons Ky Mr amid Mrs Clyner Hicks twill leave Friday tto spond uholtdays lWit- hholr loronltJs nnr llaxwoll- Mr Will LUum corking on the M H E has boon promoted and will move his tomUy to Nashvllle Tlc1D- In the the nt rar futwre- Mr Lon Richards has resigned a Assistant ibler or the Bank o Fordsvllle to tape Cashiers place In a bank at EblnTonn Not only tho chdmcty or the Cbrint- mots bells but the jingle ot the Woo ding bells are fCundlng sweet 13- ncltctr In the town or Fordsvilltt Miss Cproa Fuqua the primary eta Cher wns Tm rble to tFach yttc Serday Miss lsmy Iam taught In her place MrRoscoe Halbroo will leave Pri day for Bufo7d Ky to spend holidays Mrs Lynch the milliner loft yor day to sixnd XmAs at home Rev J T Lwls tilled his rcula- a r polatment at the Baptist church Sandy lk also oonductoo exercLt at College Monday mornning- Nottce All persons havnJg claims aganllt I the estate or J C Wilson dlot astjl ue notified to present them to me properly proven by January JOO1 911 or they wm be forever barred any person owing said estate will pleas settle at OJoX This Dec 10 1910 2t E P JARXAHD AdmrI 4 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Base Always Bought Bears the- Signature of SIMMONS DfC 20Work at this pdaov 1s no good but think it will be bttt- after r limas 1I1s9 Sophia fairy Beaver Dien- vlsltal her brother Mr John Ratay Tuesday night Misses RuEJl1aBerIIl tt amid Chloe Raffaty want to McHenry tMonda- yMgrs Bm Stewart and VdttgerErttt- of 1 McHenry spent Sunday at Sam RaleysMr Ed James who has bawl sick for some time ds thought to ibe 10 better IQTS Bob Ram pry Joe Ste- Etlirn wart Fauglit JeI1t Sunday n41tor noon at Mrs Raftertys Mr Jim Likens and family v sit ed Mr black IYaniol Sunday Mr Shwby Colo woof to onvu Dam Sunday Mrs WAde Hodge mss called both bodslde titibor daughter Mrs Iratet who le very stck Mr iBob R3mery visited rel3JtWes- Clt MtpitSatur y 5ifsg 13cssie Likens is visItIng m parents tLlvClJIDOlo atthi9 writing CJevetatluty spent Saturday afternoon with bide Etta Daniel Cheap Clubbig Rates We have ma1e an arrangement witi the publlehers x the Inland Farmer ofLOulsvUle whereby weare enAbled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper on41 yt ar for i5o The Inland Farmer is a weekly Journal and one of thebeet tum pagleraa eipubllsbed in We United States Our readertt sbould take aiy4 tAeot this olteti U r t c h EYENfiEOf tAW GR PHIGALtY PICTURED To a Prisoner Sentenced to Life Imprisonment by Chi cago Judge A Chicago Judge who rOC Ity pro trounced a sentence ot life Improsn moat m a confesses murder dis charged ills duty In lhls tn1i1lan You are to recedvenEfTI1C11 pun- r lshinent than death our vlcUm died but once You will ltd n bun Bred time You willbo wiped out of human knowledge You will not be pttrmlttod to lilt a bond or whls itiexcept the right to mens cxiwaata In tour or liya yews the ebarnal sdi lode will begin to Ci1 In upon ypu lIke an Iron m lgh you Ohror that Etetcar bell ringing In the str1tt as It Irassus now you wtU resacmbar mosexqulmslto music you can only dnnn or it by day and by nightandyour dnam will bo torturo unlPcJm1io In the- o slttrmer you will guru Illat tho- aro trod r3I1S runnttg somewhere Monte green ir res and you will long for the sight of rrtim a gTCQ lror with an aching you norcr thought you could exprieztec In n ir3w days the holidays iwlth their IlgluniJd teKriv- lets and bnpldn s will be hero and many a Christmas will roll over you in your Iron cage and high wall but you will never hear the child laugh again The law has taken Us full and ample ret Lmge upon you State Poultry Show For We first time an the history ot Kentucky a great Sate Poultry Show Is to be held By the efforts of Hon M C Rankin Commissioner Poultryfwas some since and Jt will hold Its first An nual Show or Poultr Fair at Lexing ton on January 16 to 21 ruxt Pre rtadydbo sent to anyone on application to Secretary Frank L Smith Lexington Kentucky Stories About People Representative John Dalzell ot Pennsylvania luIs been painfully reminded that it Is not such a vary Important thing tobu II Conrossnuw attar all Ot course the time ts not romotu- whem the name ot Dalzotl excited re Spuct In all official WasMngton Ito is even yet olmilrman or ohe XWef rul House Bonn ttee on rules and In ei old days his voice commanded attention wherever dt rang out But touts J1d ohal1Joo This fact was brought forcibly to the ntttndawt- of the House leader today canon he called at the White House Ho cam In the morning Therewem- a scare or more or Roprarentattvoe In waiting Each ot them had a string of condtucnts and the oxxwdve reception room tans crowded Mr Ilalzell came InHe bad aio appointment with ho Pros1dW Ho did not think he needed any For a half hour he Imctd the floor imitlti ently IUs card had gone In lint ha itIThis was too much Angrily the Pennsyhanan grabbed his big fur cent and made for rhtyops IOn h18 way out be was halted with an Inquiry tor news from within nathingtsnapped ntJo Rcpr tcttardme With this hu boltteed out the exit and faded away aerces too Whl a House law Wro1ngton Times H C Thayer Pop Thayer ot Pcnn- slyvanta football famogas talking at the RUtenhouse club to Pw1wJc1phla about the new football rules They proved less utod to tactics and generalship than the old talcs ho said They made the play so 011- m thatany stt milt atstrne3y wasllk wen like the Swiss master Once on a wnlkJrg tour in the BeT nose Obennnd I reproaohctt the aai tor at a l1tt1Iio Inn o bringing me Mho wrong wino Here 000 brought me Cbata uMon ton Rothschild I sandtaken I order I PonstOsad The waiterfettirxd and Uronghtl glass partition t saw him tako ws napkin sad qufotiy t dBa the kiY4 wl- lsbal t off the botltle Ttaeit bo talked Hans another label xxitCsQJrt I qulckPJilJad Fha Record- Mayor Gttynereald New York aty hail official hus rt humorous swa with him that ve nil apprtciab I romouber a poUoo story thnlb ho told ono day to a lwilett captain Jstory about a saganL- MyU boy the 8liTg act said to n patrolman yule utal to say 1 was lazy Then the sergtnnt bent fus arm Dif look nt thtSO stripes my boY I didnt get theta by Lafdng on the car ners elf No tgeant the patxcLman nswcre with a sour ItlnBts I knIfw you dlda t got them In tint WRY or youd be zebra by nowNew York T rvbune A Reliable eme- dyCATARRH FOR r Elys Cream BalmyIs qulcklr absorbed Gibes Relief al OncaWsrtIt cleanses soothes jrotectstho brane from Catarrh and drive- sawayaCohlintheIleadquickly Restores the Seusee ot Tusto soil tmell Fullslze LiquidCreEIy lirothers LO Warren Street New York SYMPATHY helps burls but dt wont cure m 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 can but for real relief and good dental work make an appointment with us toT the practical way or get ting your teeth in tine shape Best crown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 219DR H J BELL DENTIST Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky For Sale Real Estate 50 Acres ot the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west or Hartford About 20 acres In cultivation Good dwelling and out bu11d- ings A bargain for 1250 We have 460 acres or tine bottom land from one and a halt to two miles or Hartford part or It with Umber Also about 75 acres ot up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy 180 Acres or land two miles south ot Roslne on a tree delivery route out or Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest otlt fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never tailing well In yard and horse lot and spring In easy reach ot the house In good repair Must be sold and will be sold nt a bargain A new one and onehalf storlrfreme building with five rooms and large rerpiJeon Ball bunt out of the best solected material Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets Hartford Ky Lot 60x205 feet Fine welt ot sort water All necessary gut bulldings Terms reasonable Apply to BARNETT FOSTER Hartford Ky I Ihd itelRB c4tAMiY rs rane rAIfNTfU A AlTia i st t leri 40 D Y e- c I J to tit t 7 4uf kY 7ircotors4OhSo Gaarty Ctrcult CourtT FBIrkhea JUdge Den ID Rlneo Attorney W P Mldkltf Jailer E O parrase Clerk F L Ire- hx CotnmlafonVr lt T CoIUnIf Trustee Jury fund TFL Black Sher IftHartford DeputlesS O ICeownan Lon Black Court convenes 11r1t Mon continuesythree weeks and Third May and November two weeks County CourtR n Wedding Judge W S Tlneley Clerk C E torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBeglne on the third Monday In January ArlIl July and October CoUrt of ClaimsConvenes first TUes day In January and first Tuesday In OctoberOther County OiflcerrC S MOr9eY surveyor kordsville KyR F D No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart LeachaSuperintendent Rlley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS BS Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June TUesday after 3rd Monday tn September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E lcott Cromwell Wednesday nfte 3rd Monday In March Wednesday otter 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rt1 September Wednesday after 3rd Monday 1n Decembers John H Mlles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jnt FrIday after 3rd Monday tn September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown SaturJay after 3rd Monday In March Saturday of ter 3rd Monday In June l3rd Monday In September Saturday after ard Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow TUseday after 2nd Monday tn February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May TUesday after 3rd utdMondayThomas Sanders Dundee Wedriesd y FebruaryWednesdayWednesday after 3rd Monday In August NovemberC V Mlles For Thursday after lifter2ndafter2nd2ndMonday Mondaylay in November HARTFORD POLICE COURT LlkensCltyAttorneyconvenes second Monuay In eath month Mayoriturer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen TaYlor W a Ellis E P Moore school Trustee J S Glenn chairman BarnettCRELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServlces ntonring and evenIng every first and third Sun day tn each month Sunday School D4- 5a m Prayer rnlttlng every Wednes day evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Brunet pastor fourtlSundllYClayFordC R ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at Ii a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C Secretl1ryKeystone No 110 n A M meets every third Saturday night In each month R Holbrook High Priest SecretaryHartford 61 0 E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T R Barnard W M Miss Wtllie Smith Secretary Rough River LOdge No310 Knights of nightSKofILSHartford No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday IForeman Sunshine Hive 202l O T M meets second and nIght GrlfflnLadyCommander Carpenters and Joiners local No lSSl meets 1st Saturday night In each month SecTreasAcme LOdge No 339 t O O F meets second and fourth Friday nIght tn NobleGrandBOhio Tribe No BR Imp Order Red Wednesday orRecords nitheRogorsAdo S of E National Officers C O Drayton Pres Greenvllle 111 UreenKyTreaLJndJanapoUs OfficersJ PrfII Georgetown Ky HartfordS B RobertsonSecretary CalhounK1IOhIo DamKyCD Ford Tretla Hartford ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION HartfordKyINo Ii 2J A Bellamy Whltesvllle Ky 3 F D Hartford Ky KyIi6 J L Brown wckport Ky o J reptxpL tIT111 1 dad sNyric Npea doe asdoJns rtaks PMid sid InNee Esolsllwfy Y ttorA11ill foist asn I 7 lids a r q OISJtOJJ Ilia C N B Iaf E slnsa- RNETY J SMITH t i I A n EYSA1tJL w TFORD KY Win tlce their profiulon InallUIf tAtletendon fn to all buelne eroete0 to thel reo Collection at the Prac LaSpecial lagtF NKL FELIX JAtTFORD KY Will lice his profession In Ohia and ads g counties and In the Court of App crlml al practIce anltCOs lectJonll pecialty Office In the Her aId bun Y CY LMOSLEY TTBYAT LAW 1 TF01p KY theCourtsNotaryBank tie Jons n N CHAS M CROWn WIL N CROWE WYERS TFORD KY aUtheAppoolsSpecial practice colcctloos Office os Main St He Court House TrTHATtirene eutoue bcnda orsteelforFREErrrorton rrent rte rnetlce 6UR oo I tlald Streetw iI KILECOUCHAND C THE LUNCB WITH Kings Ne iscors FOR 13 Hspafcs ANDAUT NDLUNGTROUBLE- BavA SATISPACTOIR 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARK DEataNs AnynaeaesCopynieinadltc IOINDBOOKrwratententire recerrepeeveaotu aA I eulatlon of anioarnst 11Dfallneedealeteri t 5ern r Ag uristN- AS TENN Ftr ears the ofSouther pagestwice i 5QceIyears fo- dC r J 1Ji fa Sample cot Frost itJo Y ole t v Loi 10jL A tq- jr 1r4 r fl Jfo I AO tIiavl flAiU CLAIMS LARKIN t KEOY At His Home at Edwards yule Illinois Was Known to Many In This CkCityfThe following from the Edward- viUo IH Ropubllcaa concerning death the late Hon Larkin Keown that city and related Mr ICeown this city and others this county The dec und land visited this city and was known by many hena ts1teemedkIn Kaown perhaps oldest tirobora realdann oj Madison county Death followed swal weeks ness the result hardening the arteries with which he had been fected Laturvala for savjral years Member the family war called his bedstdo two works ago and- with ona exception all wjra Drees whoa the end coma Mr Keowu was his 81st year The first oors Itlljorcounty but for the past halt caalury this city has bean his home Mr Keown was man who perienced only one disappointment say oonsoqiwnca during his fourscore years Ufo and that was the failure to have published compktj neali ogy the Keown family whloh had labored fcr5 yarj During time he had secured data sufficient volume several hundred agcs includlngtho personal history 000 relatives ned 292 families dating back 200 years Semi time ago small pamphlet tsar Issued announc titVfurther action was taken ccm plate tha work rteciassi was the son John Vied PoUy Kjoyn who Vto Madison county from ImmlgrndII 1825 and dccatod OHvo HIlmember of mU HisIparents died whoa ha was qulto land hij was roared by uncle W Peanee Alhambra Upon reaching Ms majority ho taught school two terms Bond county and one Mai ilof Ison county Rwlgnln his posttlo- he and Mr Poarco established marnlln cannitlle business Alhambra 1S5 11 IttllI1lOrots and boom associated with tJw flour talUs Swain Brcsnt Troy whore ho remained until I860 whin he moved Edwardsvlile ilrKeown woa twice married His first wife was Margaret Ann Sallow ofI Columbia Till wore married Oct2 1851 but within less Chan throd his halpmedt was clalmod by arsI To the union ono child was born survives Mm Whltohoad Centralla Ills second wife was Julia Ann Copland Bcibalto whom he was married Alton Nov 1857 hand who survives To this union sorvon children wara born oar daughter Eva dying Infancy air and Mrs Keown observed their gddon woddln anniversary Just throe years ago Coming Edwardsville he was pointed shorJff under Julius Barnsback labor years hj deputy in the office Circuit Olork Sprtngor and County Clerk W bimmock During 1SG9 Jie was appointed school treasurer holding the offloi continuously for years During this tlnw ha was engaged abstract real estate and Insurance business Ho was ongaulzar the Clwer Loaf Building and Leon Asso elation acting llflfrjcrtosry tor aumber of years up lib wtlrumant from business about six yours ago he lie was one lha organizers ole g- Madison County Old SditljraAssooIa ttoii being its secrltarj for years Mr oWn waa man rovared by knew b1111A kind loving father Ondhusband who Uvod oon acljptlous Christen Ufa lie was studious wktjure always smoking the higher Ideals life Ha guya self man great St Vurediils educatloh best ha could Vil own personal efforts fdts hls wife ho survived by sOn JeGblldi nanialy Ada Jco IoGe j3tbILeawn Mary Wife of tOO be1Jand Juiii wife iR S Loulaa lluneral was held yesterday services bolos conducted at fotstreet by of the llt t Is of C of to C P of In C th na dl of of at of to In 30 ex of of g of on alt of of it no to of W N In th an of In in In in of S to Y d H of of Qo at In to ap A In wa a of T O C S of 35 In cf as to of of a al of of Isa as is A H P B of 13 M af It GV E or t j r J t a a a a a L a a a a T in 1 at a c 4 a o t i a j r f I i l sarvlcwera6 o oftnLngsN ChlidrcryFLETCHERS sCASTORIAwysox mgfar day Mr and Mrs John Knight and chi dren of Cool Springs Mr and Mrs H E Hill and children cf Taylor town and Mr Gus Barton spent Sunday at Mug R U Davenport linvba il b3 the gust of her daughter Mrs Callla Elliott during Ato holidays Mlsss Marlcn and Slargarjt Wll Hams who are stranding school In Harden Co Is expected home Friday to spend the holidays with friends and relatives Miss Pearl Davansport Is the guest of her sister Mrs John Knight Mr and Mrs Wash Brown of 1 River neighborhood has moved to hl 1son in law Mr S E Nanney of Shultztown Mr Xay Porter of Madlsonvlllo In this nnolghborhood trying to bar mules Mr Cal Berryman is the guest oft his father Mr Jim Borryman Mrs Aunle Laura Ham of Owensboro iwo the guilt of her brother Mr W Bennett from Friday until Sunday Mrs Ruth Whejson spent Sunday right with Miss Elsie Saundars COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Dec lSSeheol Is progr vssltig nl colt at this place Miss Cora Burgess visited Miss Lama Trout of uwr Cromwell Sun dayls cattily braaklng glvjQ by Mr rand Mrs C M Stat nrs Saturday nght was quit a SUPOAJS wlvlh marry young steps prcsoutt and all sj md to en joy thantsehas Mr Estlll Aiibuckl and family ruov od to this nolghborhocd last wak Ray Stov ns spout Saturday night with Joa Coleman Misses Dcssla Shitihard and Certl- Stsvms Messrs E W JacUsoru an WlUle Johnson vllte schjol nt this- place Friday oftorncon into Mr C M Stveens swat Beav Dun Friday evening on buslines Mr Clove Burgs of this plan wjnt to Cromwoll Saturday Llttli Llnkl Trout of near Cncin well spurt a f w days with grand parents Mr and Mrs C M Slovens last week Mr Net Miller and Tolbsrt Mill IT the Mt Zion Njlgliborhood wero this vicinity Tuesday night Got Lincolns Last Pardon Independence Mo Dec 28The lat Abraham Lincoln ryloascd as a prisoner cf war is W C Stall 3 of this place Uncle Billy as friends call hlmls well advanod years but rjfralns from talking nboutJ his war experiences which were e Nothing would haw tau Chcughtt o tilam at all wjre It rot tat the fartt that tho last act pf Abrejiam LinI coin was the rUaaj cf Ddr Staple In Sjptombjr 1SC4 Mr Staplus enlls red with battalion company II eon federate army He had no mere than shouldered his gun btttoro he +TOS made prisoner of war taken to St Louts eld flea mojithis than to Alton 111 whero ha was detained four iflonihd and then was released on thtj evtin Ing of Lincolns assassination Uncle gbroturned to Sailno county ntlar his rokasa as a prisoner pf war and snow ofsIndependence where ha remanlod for many JarsTho past three yars his Ufa tiara bcn spent In Iiida pondence and h 3 is Known all ovr tha city for till good storija nrd Illst hunting and Islrfng expeditions Mr Staples does not like to talk about the wnr Ha h ard but few shells shriek but Its priacn torni occupied most of his time and when tha Preslderit telegraphed hs rolasj took a skip arK a Jump in his lee ready sad willing to yarn to the paths of psac J Mr Staples Hkw all SouUierneiB is tend of Lincoln as a man but its ear ox porlences ha seldom refers to Pastor Vacinated in Toe Boa rton Mich Diet19The Rev William IcKln1iYot this place hoping that being vacolcatad on tI- the too will oral keeps him in bed more than six or siren weolca 1118a was yacclnatod Teat October and about the eaana time the fathqr4 4 wp mashed dub dry when the was dreeing tits star attd the his toe the young 418UPlt gfted tha applying vtfus J to bis teUtv6sta3 wwld yirgfob fly produce on effective vaccination did Tho lather pas been In fled r a month hopes to nxovar In two three weeks J t The Farmers Wife Bindlike sties up at daydawns blush Inn summer heats or wiutcir Her veins witia aeaV rful blood atVush Her breath a balm liar cheek a rose In eyesthe ki6ast eyes on t h- Are sparkles of a homely tnlmtli Demure arch hunucrs ambush In The clear cumV30 of Bnr dbnplji chin Ah gu wleas creature hale and good Ah fount of wlnljsoma Womanhood IFarfrom tho worlds nttallcmodiftiilfo Gods bljsslngs on the farmers wits I love to mark bar matron charms Her fearless stops thru housebold ways Her sunburt hands and buxom arms Hor waist unbcucd by torturing stays Blithe as a bee iwlUh busy care Shes here shas there ahas everywhere Long ere the clock has struck for noon Home chords of toll era all In tune And from trash richly bounteous hour She drafts its use as boos a flawtr Apart from passions pain and strife Peace gently girds the farmers wife Homeward Ills dally labors done plodss xnn sun With sullen glebe and stubborn sods dacloudlY Hark to the sound of wedded lips And words of tend jr warmth ttnt star rtoO wall ha knows how vain U life Unsweetened by the farmers wlfo But lot tihpa hjght of PUN doMght Corned wltkthe evenings stainless Joys When by the Iwartstona spaces brlgb- tBlandthu glad tones of girls and boys Their voices rise in gleeful swells TThulr laughter rings like olllu bells Trill with a look twlxt smile and frown The mother lays liar infant down And at her firm uplifted hand Tluoros silica mid tho Jovial band Her slgnla tLls thor harmless etrlfj Love crowns wlh law tho farmers wife Vc dames In proud palatial halls dressd10II11lI3sIlanguid ayes wisercountry dew Is throw times manor heaven than you And tvheda the satins of Eden stir berIyour bawllderlng life Your folly sconud who farmjrs wife ExWhat Has Become of all The Coon Hunters Where are all the coon dudes tike commission merchants are asking tiild question as the supply has falser a ornof furbaaring animals thu country according tto the ccon livef y fall and wittier but they dont show up at the local mar There Is undoubtedly a big shortage and Mr Coon Is disappear The fox minx weasel mtcltJ Irats pole cat and possum hides all about the usual crop with the coon skins very scarce He Was RuinedIc Reginald Vanderbilt at a Horse show supper whre hothouse strawbenilos In tha dessert told a straw erry story One of these dealers In rare frulV ho began said one morning nt the season height of the hothous3 strawberry Good gracious I am ruinedlHow can that be nsUjd thj mans cashier Tho crap was excillvTt and prices are unusually high Yes but said tha dealer yore know how careful I was to have the bottom of my boxes built sisal up to tho top Y Yes And Just as the crop vas ready to gather the head nurseryman got drunk and I had to engage a new one YesWell that naw man went and filled the boxos wrong end up Successful Woman Farmer Women are quickly learning that the country offers tartar opportuni tor wholesome tend fare tiring than doss the congested city and as consequence a number of our Eastern abandoned farms aro bales rcclaln i1 by woman whaare anxious to os cape the strain of professional or clerical Ute f yap writer In Success In on address to the stu dents of VelMey Conage4Iura Gills of the Inten UegIata Alumnae Association said Girls take up farming and Judging from the popular response to the back to the tarsi cry fit would act ba surprising JI I If mora than ons Wellestay graduate followed Dr Gills advice sMrs Charlotte B Ware of Norfolk Mass was a school taaoher and al ways had dreams of a llfn In the open As a weddlrg present irks re calved a Jersey calf and that was the baglnnltg of the now famous Warelands dairy Mrs Ware has a stop further however Last summer shfolJcned a school where stud jnis from Harvard Woll elaj Clark Cor nell and the Canwwgsvle Toshnical Schools attended for tbj purpcso of studju lg the inClk quefeVcm and ltd relation to Infant morality This unique summer school Is the bnly one of its kind in the counrtry There Is a Mrs Strong In Whlttler Cal who commenced with a few walnut trees and Who now is about the lar gest walnut grower In the country A grtat portion of our olive supply oms recess riicraniomo Valley and too head of a ranch U EastIernnI dapnedent on hjr own r3OiircS want in for olive growing Some wo men have found it riofLtaWe to tp r olallze In cabbage others nl onions and there are still others who wouldnt think life worth while with out their chick jns and ducks Miss Frances Duncan writing on th subject says there Is a good chancs for a woman horticulturist to go Into partnership with a landscape andtrto mat Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 323 dl rected to me which lawd from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of W H Barnes and S A Anderson partners doing business under the firm name and style of Barnes S Anderson against B B I Collins I or one of my deputies will tweonlthem at the Court House dcor In Hart 1 ford Ohio County Kentucky expose to I 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 towlt oilThe undivided onefourth Interest B B Collins in and to the follow ing described real estate Lying and being In Ohio County Ky bounded and described as fol lows Beginning at a hickory and beach on the bank of Muddy Creek j running thence X CO poles o a stale thence X 72 W 158 poles to a stake thence N 2l pol s to a stalls on the Morgantown road thence W to the line of the town boundary on said road thence S 64 polos to nl stake thence W 23 poles to a stone I Berrys corner thence S 102 poles to a fallen white oak on the bank of Muddy Creek thonco up said creek to a sassafras thence X Si E IS poles to a black oak thence S 200 poles to a hickory thence X SS K 128 poles to a gum on the thoroughfare thence up the thoroughfare to a j maple at the South end of a bridge on the Morgantown road thence X 4 E 34 poles to a stake thence 79 E 25 poles to two beeches on the bank j of Muddy Creek thence down said creek with Itsmeanders to the be ginning containing 600 acres more or lessIBeing the same property conveyed to ins F Collins father of dofen dant B B Collins by R B C Mosi j by deed dated Xov 4 1869 and record In Devil Book V 101 Ohio County Court Clerks OffiCdILevied upon as the property fendant B D Collins TER SS1le will be made on 1I credit of three months bond with aprovod security required bearing InI terra at the rate of six per cent annum from dayofsaleand havi ag the force and effect of a sale bondWitness my hand this November 21 1910 2213 T H BLACK S O C HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dye ing neatly done Ladies work given special attention Hats Cleaned and RepairedWork for and deliveredClub 100 per month r Hartford Pressing mOb Y M C A BLD- GHARTFORD KY 1 Womans Power Over Man Woman most glorious 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Picturesque Man Rose From The Ranks F II Strong Factor in The South IWestern Polities i Oklahoma City Okla 1C 28- Leo Cruce varnorolect of Oklahoma La orwof the picturesque fig uros InpcUtI in the Southwest lie- la a squowleivinnot in the defamatory aoneo but only from the fact that he wasmarrled to a fullblood ed Indian gLrland s never held an otnoo wWhLn the gift of tthe p o pie Ho comas Iftralght from the ranks to tno gubrtutorial chair Ito- Is a forootul apaaker and Is tall and slonder but Is of a reserved unassum tug nature his camiziign lodge WI the lUwrs of tWJ state was a r from tiw hlflhurrah of ioUtie and a rule of slnslLlne and prosperity I would rather bo the man who helps sootI1 uunshlne Into th1wuts of tho poor and helps bring pnpari ty ou float wings to Oklahonanays i he and help place the banner of OkLahoma along ids the lrlllnurs of- other great stets than Brave aU the gold there Js bonmth the sun Cruco uuno to the Indian Territory from Kentuolcy In 1891 and sottlCd at Ardmore Ito bcid stucfed law at night nnd other bib or odd time rJ solving a low final touch s ot Van dorbilt unihw6lt In Tenmeenao and WOI1t Into the orflcJ wIth lids brother A C Oruco who had prooodal film rom Kentucky and formed a part nersWJ with W B Johnson former Unltoo SUlfcog atwrooy or the Indian Territory district The uw furl was known IlG CrUCQ Johnson Oruc until A C Cruco bo ulle oho fooJral- dlstrlCl atotrnoy under In sld nt Cloveland W1 Cruse a brother who had gong to 1xas camo Ito Ard more then and the new firm bClIllJ known nsCruca Cruco Cruce Loo Cruco romalned a ruumbn of the firm until 1JOl when ho organ- boo the Ardmoro National Bank and prutiIdentheld the position until January I 1910 when Jla l09IguOO to make the race for governor as n DiJmooraUcI candidate lie won In the prhuary i resolving a plurality over tho corn blued vote ot his oppocanta one of I whom was Will II Murray slIcul or of UIO ulna house or l rglslatvra and prcsdent of the Oklahoma iron sUtutlonal cotnvntfon I lie was a clldhlnle for the nomination III the first rn43 against C N IMkcll Uu3 present governor IUllli vlu1dlclscas a naomtl bank r and Cruce- ehargod JlasltcU WWI boing n tia9ld cat prouiotr Cruco WI married In 1893 to Cltickle LeFlore n fullIJIod Chickasaw Choctaw IwVan of tjho noted Lo- FJore family of Cart w county She was concudd to be oc a of the most I broutUul girls In this section of the territory She and her deter ware I known throughout the southern part of the stllo as Cltlclda and ChC1Cl- tIe The mother of the gsls was a Chlckasaw and the father n Okoc atw Mrs Cruce who disci oght- ytnrs ago lnbenltod the lacrul char acterlsUcs of tJll Ohlckamws and 111- nnmod Clltcklo while the namo Chocklo was given to the other twin who rct+jmblcd her fathers raco the OhOCtltwH The term squaw man o1a9 bo come one or nn unonviabla nature tXJ a certain extomt ill Oklahoma since many worthkus white men sought Ute hands of runny Indian girls for the sake of thou lands until they wero recently prohtblted by leglsla- tlon the law requiring thorn to pos tiU38 a certain amount or property themselves The fact that Cruce was n squaw man was commented on by Haskell now governor In ono of his speeches nat Cruco in the primary cam palgn In 1906 In a caustic manner Cruces reply to tile attack made on his home has booomo one of the paw UUatl classIcs of the new state Has Jool1 never agadn nnule reference to Cruces IndIAn wife or halfblood daughter Goes so loved the mom arT of his Irrdlan Wfe that he bas never marrJoo althnugh he was loft with an infant daughtor when she died l L9renaJe Cruce the only child ii the govoiaoroloot is sixteen years f dh beoi the idol n1lerfk mother4vt1n dt This is the chief L requisite makingPerfect Bake Day Foods U1 ROYAL BIkwder Absolutely Pure BakingPowder I GrapeCream I made from grapes j No Alum NoLime Phosphate while her Path is Inthe exaeuttve- utan3lon I The father has always prow teetad hrfrom hta influences of the outside world Ho has always rd- fusd to allow her to attend the pub lIc schcol and she Is now a student In the Hargrove college at Ardmore She iswelleducated and nn acoom pllshod mustctan She has a voice of remarkable qualtty awl ranka huh In elocution Gov Cruce was born on a farm five mhos south of Marion Crttea dan county Kentucky July 8 1864 ills father was James W Cruce and his mother Jane Hill Crus3 His fa titer dIed when he was seven years old and lie was thrown on hsown resource Jh attended the grade schools of Crlttenden county and sIlent one year In the Marlon high school He then began to study law at home at night while he had chArge of the harm Alta a period of home study he wont to Vanderbilt university for one year While thQre- he was n member of the Beta Theta P1 fraternity The fOllow1ng year he came to the Indian Territory to IJIU- Ctlce lAw and one of his elder brothers returned to the Kentucky homo W care for the agodmother whUe Lee ohblnod a start The mother dial a few months after he came iwost- Govrnoneelect Cruce Is nOw tn1k lug a visit to his old lume la Crlt- t6lldln county aw attending the oonference of governors OIt Frank fort and In Loutsvllte- I Farmers Weektexinton Jan nary 27 19111For above oocaslon Illinois Oentral Railroad Co authorizes rote of 580 round trip from Beaver Dam Ky Tlokets on Sale January 2 to 7th 191- iIncluatveSitaal roturnl1rit to roach shorting semi not JaW than mid nlght January 9th isa J E W IAMsAgeQt t lT i J W YS E GLEANINGS aY JUNIOK i j i THE 1911 caI tabs is a peach Not a single holiday falls on Sun day THE BRECKENRlDGS NEWS edIt- ed by bills A Louise lJabJaga the Sweetheart of the Kentucky Press says TM Har ford Republican arid the Woodford dart were arnwod with brilliant holiday pages last week and rtleotkd the Christmas epmlt Thank you MIss Louise I or DONT throw awaysthat newp9ckot- hcok I AW thee bill onlleotcr quts- oalUng you will find in useful THE THIRD DISTRICT REVIEW which fornllY bad Its office at Bow Uug Oneen has moved to Glasgow Ky and will be odtted and managed In tM future Iny Mr C B Foster former buslnes mul1g t of the Glasgow Republican JUNIOR Is indebtod to Mr J RosemblaIt the general merchant of this cIty for oourllA3lea ontanded May he have a prosperous New Year CHINA cuts oft her queue and the- neat of the worldclaiming more civilizationburls it and puffs It and wears It Queer freak of fashion WE are gnaUfled to learn from all f tll3 merchants in HarttArd tlut they enoyol n splendid Christmas trade tills yearoven batter than Uhey expected owls to the recant- crop failures On Saturday they were un rushed trcm early morning unal late at night MR E G DARRASS manager of tho Kentucky Light and Power Co has the thanks of all md especially the business houss for the excel lent service his company has bacn giving especially during Christmas holidays when lIghts iwero needed In the stores much earll r than usual IT will not be long now until the boys who got angry a few days before ChrlstnllS with their girls will bJ trying to come back and no doubt tf13y will kes La traces for about eleven months without any trouble andt thm the same old thins decide to quit for awhile I WEIwere sorry that Judge W B T3Ir was unube to attend the Good Rows Con nt1on to which ho was a delgat and whIch met In Louis villo this wreak I AT ttho meeting of Ohio Tribe No 188 Improved Order of Red Men I We1nesday Nlght Mr S A Bratch- er was deservingly honored when he was Qootd W5 Repre3entatlvo to the Great Council which meats In Owensboro early In the spring School Notes I wIsh to correct a mistake In re gard to the ttlna of holding the Com mon School Examinations The ex ambition will be held on Janj and 28 Iisld of Jan 13 and 14 I hate permission from the State Supt to hold this examination at two plaoaa In the county Those dealrtng to attend may pass o ther at Hartford or Fordsville Remember the date Jan 27 and 2S 1911 HENRY LEACH Supt Louisville Hotels Lose Louisville Ky Dec 24The Seel- bach Hoiol oonii any and fittean other hot3ls to the cIty were knocked out of their case against the city of Loulsvlllo and the sinking fund com msston In their attempt to have the ordinance licensing hotels declared void and to recover about 5000 al ready paid by the hotels ns license taztiw for the five years past This blow was dealt by Judge Ktrby in susttahing tlw demurrer of the city ot Loulsvllli to the poUtlon of tho- iittnSfl It was contended by the plaintiffs that the ordnlanoe was void for the reason that It dtecrlml- nated In favor of squill hotels Kept The King at Homo For the past year wo have kept the King ot all laxaUvesDr Kings New Life Pl1la1n our home and they hAve proved a blessing to nfl our faintly writes Paul Mathulka of Butta to N Y Easy but sure remedy for Stomach Liver and KIdney troubles Only 2Gc ot all druggists m Fhlack IUw iras5nt drop n the price ofpork has enabled many of us to do aathe old darlW of whom we ante heaard Henry was a man of all jobs around tbe tanwta where he Uved 11e swas- 3spoeIally In demand about t1pIng- time when the woman wan fad theIr yards cleaned up aid f1owerbod mid axed frequently accepted pay In tkeshpoof thesis or some 1I41iegtft- fi in the famUy larder rRgood any yearn trlal beaue4ed In- ngettiI pension togeth wiY eon piderabic lAck pay Ho tMdt 1 Ch4 d Jaeitalo oQ ilrsad II It o oIIIIIfO l abardaneder ed like WOrk One day aiady sent wJ wOrd DY herhusbandthat ebe had few l41 joJ and U he would corn S attd dothem for her she rorpuM giy- him a nios jowl Sccrning the offor Henry replied Thank ye bosstb t you go and tell bilge Billie Ise estln a little lurder back on the llonow Executiirs SaleoOn Monday January 2 1911 at the coUrt door 1nHartord Ky l wIU otter for sale byy public auction the rotIalwng prooprty 011 six and twelve months time with approved secunity namely The five acres kUqWll as the Hickory Mill lo just woat of the town ltl1lt and bo- twoonRQ gh river and the pIke deeded tbL F Condit dCO19Cdb y J H ondJts heirs also onohalt undivided interest in 358 acres w of and adjoining above lot Also a undivided interest la 10 acres was- of e and adJoining the qbov lot ond east or W H Moore Sona slaughter pens Sale between one and three oclock- p m E T WILLIAMS Lizecutor of I F Condlt deceased 22t3 The Night After Christmas Twas thenlght after Christmas and nU throUgh the house Not a crmtuN was stirring excepting a mouse Tho stockings were flung In haste over the chair For hopes of St Ntcholas were no longer there Tb3 children were reitiessly tossing In bed For the pie and the candy were heavy ns had Vhiln mammle In her kerchief and I in my gown Had just made up our minds that we would not lie down When out on the lawn tht4O rose such a clatter- I sprang from my chair to see wIllt was the matter Away to the window I wont wIth a dash Flung open the shutter and throw UI the sash The moon on the breast of the now fallen snow Gave the luster of noonday to obJJCs below When what to my long anxious eyes should appear But a horse and a slogh boUt old l3hlnel and queer With a latlaold driver ro solemn and slow keen at n gJ1C It must ba Dr Brough draw In my had and was turning around When upstairs came the doctor with scarcely a sound Iio wore a f1ck overcoat made long ago And the board on Ws chin was white with the snow Hp spoke a few words andwent straight to hie work He felt all the pulses then turned with a jerk And laying his finger aside of his nose With n nod of his head to thooMrn ney he goes A spoonful or oil maam tt you have It handy No nuts and no candy no raisins no pie Thcs tender young stomachs ron not well digest All the swoeta that they got toys and books are the best But j know my advice wU1 not find ninny friends For the custom of Christmas the ether way toads The fathers and mothers and Santa Claus too Axe exceedingly blind WoU rl good night to you And I heard him exclaim as ho drOve out of sight These feastdngs and candlee make doctors bills right Land Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxes duo me the Sheriff of Ohio County Kentucky I- will on Monday January 2 1911 expose at public sale at the Court- House door In Hartlord Ky bet- OOIl the hours of 10 a m nd 1 p m the following lands or so much thereof ns may be neoesaary too produce the sums required vJz- No3 Beds Land T1ota- 1Keis xMrs Annie 50 a 425 Hoover Lewis 22 a 4 510 Maddox G W67 a 9 Stevens n B 5 e 805- SteOIIlBA 1 2 a o 640 Smith LD l8a 7S5 Smith A 140 L rJG Wastes M B 45t a H 975 Ward W E Srr30a 6- Watterson 3 Richard 60 a 1U- GNO7 SPRINGS Brown G U 130 Lhi 17 S9 Brown C Nl30 LitsBrown E B t5a u iP- Haskins1H K 90 a r r lN Trios Clay byJJerrtman1 422- r r hi 9i 1 tJo- ll r l t Ii P f ta Henry ands CJ H- Brown85 J r a- a 10Ii NO 3OPremUs Bracken 1J150 1 6S- e NO 6CROaI1VELL BuElor DCl1i t y46- EmbryPaetol GO e 1150 SltvOlsVI 1 4 ft 350 NO IGSELECT IBuUera Same 75a 600 DuSherty H H40 a 600 Embry N J 50 a 605 Howard Jesse 100 a 495 biaarts R P 9 n 430 PltmatJ A 3 a- r 625 RIggs B b0 a fA 575 BRANCHtBaize EE66 a GI Engl1ahE 9 30 a 5il Leach ft D SO a 685- Renfrew SUns 50 a 505 725ost550nNO 13ROSINE Ashley J M 4 a 6G Combs WlJItaJn 15 a Same 3 town Lots 160 Clark Mrs Mary 1 5a Saul 10 n 94Q Gray Frank 117 r5 1245 Long J HSr 40 a 503 Myers W C 127 a 1175 PlummerD C 64 a 770 Spinks B E 10 a 5tO- Shroader Mrs Rosa 60 a 720- Shrooder Mrs DerdJe GO a Gds Stewart J A 733 a 965 NO 23BUFORD Allen W L Ha 830 Cox F E 100 a 1275 Dawson L J 40a 1125 Hoover S A 13t a 2850 Hoover J C 76 a 1650 Jackson 111 65 a 1560 Lake J S 1 town lot 759- 3Udklff S L 100 a 1340 Smith R 4 a 41ii Smith V L 90 a 1610- N0 32ARNOLD Allen T F 77 a Same 3 a 519 Allen J W 70 a 433 Coy Mrs Rosa 2j5 n 825 Cook R E Sa 115 Evans Mrs Polly 70 a 290- Peyton J A 90 n 725- NO 21SHREVE Coppage WE 25 n 209 Moxley C S 100 a 1453- Weattiertord C J i0 a 1090 Monnie 130 a 645 Wilson Jack 77 a 1755 NO 22QLATON Wilkins Bill 30 a 605 NO 15McIIENRY Blackburn Wm 1 town lot 750 Deno William 1 Awn lot 320 GIvens Levi 1 town lot 8g0 United Mine Workers of America 1 town lot 210 NO 16CENTERTOWN- Asbby and Brown 60 a 830 Ashley Mrs Mary E 1 town lot 435 Bosket OB 1 town lot 1373- Rone W A 2 town lots 380- Runhill John 16 a 480 NO 17SMALLHOUS Davenport W H 175 n 2100 NO ISBAST FORDSVILLE Brown Stephen 1 town lot 1510- Gillaspie Clarence V 74 a 940 Potty Fred 1 town lot 9Jfi Smith C M 60 a Same 4 a 3220 Truman L W 75 a 840 NO IIIWEST FORDSVILLE Armende Roy F 2 town lots 2185 Ford Wm P 100 a 1lGv Hurt 100 a 1395- Muffetd Ivory 5 a 415- Robertson Henry P 100 a 1280 Seaton John T 55 n 935 NO 24BARTLETT Ambrose Jas H 101 a lUG Evening Mrs Nary A 20 a 400- Gray Jas W 40 a Same 31 a 8GO Greer D 100 a 95 King S L 182 a 1695- ICrk Goo N 53 a 735 Martin Mrs Saute 113 a 830 Phillips Charles 47 a 985 Rhoads Butler C 125a 1550 Rhoads M S 111 a 1660 Simmons Nancy 60 a 24Q Taylor Basil J 75 a 8SS Westerfield 3llss Minnie 51 a 285 White Myrtle 34 a 290 NO 26CERALVO Hill IrsE G 1 town lot r 355 ROwe John P 100 a Same 19 a 1790 NO 27POINT PLEASANT Reynolds C W and L A- Freela 2107 a 29GO NO Z9RALPH Crowe Th06J 4914 a 689 Farmer Mrs Nancy 70 a 423 IGooer Sam J 6612 L 710 HoWard WmT 22a 640 Merltt BWnper 65 a 573 Ralph Jas A U2 a 96- Weatezfleld CLlnotT50 a 710 NO Harden WmbY W A ianett- Agt 15a 260 fiskloi WincH 4634 L 1i65 Hint Kr Zilsa 1 a 2115 aye J Fi 18 a f 0 640 iiteeer Rsary 96 Lh 830 NO 33RBNDEL las Mrs BMi G 4 210 I NO i8NAAROWL Opadae i W fa Y J 1yK L Same 41at p 1 3LN r WJJ HarrieostMre Meons 57 Liti Ir ti 1 1iVI NO r4SULPHUR SPRINGS shbyH MGO a 715- Brateher a V B 35 a n 640yBraucher 6t Bratchert J W 35 a 4Jr Cooper J A GO1t 675- Deevor N L 65 aOfFitzhugh James 140 a 201 King T B 140a 22GO Kuykndoll Mrs Id E 60a 1175 PeaolliJ V 30 a Of 500 Peach A J 40 a 50GuRentrow H E 1 n Toms J J 80 aOf 1040 + UVrightLograad Jas L 220 a Same 25a 58201Stevens JW 54 a 1735 I Wade Mrs Julia B 60a Same 20 ISame 1 town lot 1365 25HEFLINBennett 605 Jarnagin Cass 40 a 580 NO 5MAGAN- Baughu Thos M 60 a 77G- Baughn CW n 60 a 71GBa5coHardee JHicks Wm H 25 n G1ii Neighbors S S 6 a 370 Tanner Isaac 43 12 a 700 Wedding Rich A 75 a 1285- Westerfield Root by JL GIl Ilam Agt GO a 430- Lewellen Joseph 25 a 540- N0 8NORTH ROCKPORT Anderson V L 6t a Same 1 town lot p555 Culbertson lIrs Laura A 1 town lot 82G Dibble Mrs L 0 1 town lot 32G Fulkerson Mrs Rosa A 15 a 225 Whltbker L D 2 a 13G5 Williams Irs Hettle B d 106 a 1240 Napler JohnCol3 a 485 NO9SOUTH ROCKPORT Austin Mrs Verda 1 a 227 fBanton JP 1 town lot 705tFulkerson A E 15 a 440- Fulkerson A I 38 a1090Fulk- erson J J T 612 n 505 Fulkerson Mrs Mary 70 a 655 Heck Mrs Minnie 2 town lots 630 Nickel E S 1 town lot 1160 NO 9 SOUTH ROCKPORT COLORED Maddox J H 20 a 503 i i0 13EAST BEAVER DAM Poole G W 1 town lot Same 14t a1875 Sowders W R 12 town lots 1095- NO 13EAST BEAVER DAM i COLORED i Martin Mrs FrancIs 1 a 260 NO UWEST BEAVER DAM i Duft L T 1 a 117- GNO1EAST HARTFORD Bennett L F SO a2325 Howard Sylvester 65 a 905 Moseley Mrs Dellah 120 a 1455 Nix John 47 a 1080 Sutton Mrs Francis 28 a 82- GSt art Mrs Dellah 1 town lot 127G Vance P S 25 a 44G Waddle Ham 30 a 1010 Wilson J B agt for Dudley and Orogg 4 2 a 6895 Martin Leslie 50 a 770 Pendlotan Dr Horace 90 a 217G NO 2WEST HARTFORD Baughn F D 1 town lot 6420 Davis L B 87n Same 18 a JHerunKIng John T 1 town lot 925 King D W 1 town lot 485- Hibbs V 0 3 a 635 NON RESIDENT BoottyJ R 2 a 18o- BllyenH 13 1 town dot 200 I Coy AIiIi a 180 rs G B 64 a 493- Depp lratvey lot 18- 5DnnCharles own lot 190 Evans c W S 70 a 425 Felix Mrs Margarett 1QO a 825 Farmer Jim 50 a 55G- GordonJ qt fbr Stogner heirs 1 town lot 600 McIntyre Will by G W WhlW r 1 town lot 175 Ruby B 0 1 town lot 200 Robertson C C bY C L Ro1iertli iSouthardeWhlttlngh1t Mrs M E by n B MartIn125 a 969 Williams W L 27 a 365 N01EAST HARTFORD COLORED Barr Louis 1 town lOt 54 aMcHenry 2Park r1yj Taylor Mrs Angellne 2 t 3Y No 2W HARTPQRDCOLO Walker S1 J1 WW1st 8ime L 4iewli lot a1 fawn tot rl sse 1tawn 4t twPlrallet i144t T H 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