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LARKIN t KEOY N
At His Home at Edwards
yule Illinois
Was Known to Many In This
countyClosely Related to C
jP Keown of This City
Cityf
The following from the Edwards
vllle IH Ropubllcaa Is concerning the
death of the late Hon Larkin C
Keown of that city and related to
Mr C P ICeown of this city and
others In this county The dec und
had visited this city and was known
by many hena
Fnlday evening Edwardsrtlb l t
One of bier oldest sad most highly e s tI
teemed resldaits In tho death of La r
kIn C Kaown perhaps th oldest na
tirobora realdann oj Madison county >
Death followed a swal weeks Ill
ness the result of a hardening of the
arteries with which he had been a t
fected at Laturvala for savjral years
Member of the family war called
to his bedstdo two works ago and
with ona exception all wjra prjsont
whoa the end coma Mr Keowu was
In his 81st year The first 30 years
of his life was ep > int In toll vo and cthj
or townships In the satorn part of t hat
county but for the past half Can ury
this city has bean his home
Mr Keown was a man who ex
perienced only one disappointment of
any oonsoqiwnca during his fourscore I
years of Ufo and that was the failure I
to have published a compktj g > neali
ogy of the Keown family on whloh hII
had labored fcr5 yarj During alt is I
time he had secured data sufficient ° r I
a volume of several hundred i agc sti
includlngtho personal history of L
000 relatives ned 292 families dating
back 200 years Semi time ago a
small pamphlet tsar Issued announc I
log the data had been secured and the
titV
manuscript ready for the printer but
no further action was taken to ccm
plate tha work
rteciassi was the son of John V
Vied PoUy N Kjoyn who Immigrated
Vto Madison county from Kontucky In II
1825 and dccatod In OHvo township J
Hera Mr Koown was Bern Scit HI
HIl
1830 Ha WaS tw oldest and last
member of th a orlglraf faintly His
parents died whoa ha was qulto young I 1
land hij was roared by an uncle W W j
1
Peanee of Alhambra Upon reaching I
Ms majority ho taught school two I
twMai
terms In Bond county and one in Mai ilof
Ison county Rwlgnln his position I j
ha and Mr Poarco established a mar nlln
cannitlle business In Alhambra in 1S33
AM he was appointed deputy postmas
IttllI1lO
tlmo whoa lie disposed of Ihlfl InljrI
oats and boom associated with tJw c
flour talUs of Swain S Brcsnt Troy f
where ho remained until I860 Ih t 1 i y
he moved to Edwardsvlile 1
ilrKeown woa twice married His
i
first wife was Margaret Ann Sallow oft
ofI
Columbia Till Y wore married Oct 20 I t
1851 but within less Chan throd years c
his halpmedt was clalmod by d arsI
To the union one child was born who t
survives Mm J H Whltohoad of f
Centralla His second wife was Julia I s
Ann Copland of Bcibalto Qo whom III
he was married at Alton Nov 4 1857 I h
and who survives To this union sorvon y
children wara born oar daughter a
Eva dying In Infancy air and Mrs li
Keown observed their gddon wedding B
anniversary Just throe years ago s
Coming to Edwardsville he was ap r
pointed a deputy shorJff under Julius r
A Barnaback In labor years hj was ed
a deputy in the office of Circuit Olork i
T O Sprtngor and County Clerk C n
S W bimmock During 1SG9 Jie was of
appointed school treasurer holding p
the offloi continuously for 35 years tl
During this tlnw ha was engaged In h
abstract real estate and Insurance
business Ho was ongaulzar cf the a
Clwer Leaf Building and Leon Asso sh
elation acting as llflfrjcrtosry tor a o
aumber of years up to lib wtlrumant tl
from business about six yours ago he
lie was one of lha organizers of oho g
Madison County Old SditljraAssooIa tl
ton being its secrltarj for years Hi
Mr oWn waa a man rovared by L
al wiho knew b1111A kind loving pi
father and husband who < Uvod a oon
I
acljptlous Christen Ufa lie was of a
studious wktjure always smoking the
higher Ideals of life Ha guy a self R
aAo mast a great reader and St Is
Vurediils educatloh as best ha could the
Vil own personal efforts I n >
BeB1d hls wife ho is survived by sOn
JeGblldi in nanialy Ada A Jco H ai
IoGe j3tbILeawn Mary P Wife of tOO
be1J
1J Agoes I widow of Dr A B
and Juiii B wife of iR 13
M S Loulaa > ll
uneral was bald yesterday af ly
services bolos conducted at It
ilea dm residence 606 North Maln for
street toMov E 2rtor of the Flrat or
t
Prflpbyterian Church The SCTvlcee
ware largely attended by friends t
tho dtceojd and the floral of tarings
oftnLngsN
Woodlawn cometory
Chlidrcry
FOR FLETCHERS
sCAS TORIA
TORIAwysox
Dec 21R3v Prlno Mad his njgu
islar apfolntmmt at Ttaylortown Sun
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
Davenpontds
linvb a
today for Hartford whore she will
b3 the gust of her daughter Mrs
Callla Elliott during Ato holidays
Mlsss Marlcn and Slargarjt Wll
1n
Hams who are attending school In
Harden Co Is expected home Friday
to spend the holidays with friends
tand relatives
IMiss Pearl Davansport Is the guest
of her sister Mrs John Knight
Mr and Mrs Wash Brown of Green
River neighborhood has moved to his
1son in law
Mr S E Nanney of Shultztown
Mr Xay Porter of Madlsonvlllo are
In this nnolghborhood trying to buy
ridmules
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
P Bennett from Friday until Sunday
hatMrs
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
kIna Trout of uwr Cromwell Sun
dayls
The cattily braaklng glvjQ by Mr
MrI
rand Mrs C M Stat nrs Saturday nght
iwas quit a SUPOAJS wlvlh many 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
itwith Joa Coleman
Misses Dcssla Shitihard and Gertlo
d
Stevens Messrs E W JacUsoru and
WlUle Johnson vllte schjol nt this
place Friday oftorncon
swatinto
nIr C M Stveens swat oto Beaver
Dam Friday evening on buslines
Mr Clove Burgs of this plan
itwJnt to Cromwoll Saturday
Llttli Llnkl Trout of near Cncin
gltro1l spurt a f w days with his
grand parents Mr and Mrs C M
1grald
Slovens last week
Mr Net Miller and Tolbsrt Mill IT
of the Mt Zion Njlgliborhood titer a
In this vicinity Tuesday night
Got Lincolns Last Pardon
11IndependoJnce Mo Dec 28The last
sinkers Abraham Lincoln ryloascd as a
prisoner cf war is W C Stall 3I
of this place Uncle Billy as his 1
friends call hlmls well advanod Inj
years but rjfralns from talking about J
his war experiences which were brlrff
Nothing would haw bon Chcughtt ol
fth3I11 at all wjre It rot for the fartt
that tho last act pf Abrejiam LinI
coin was the rUaaj cf Ddr Staple
In Sjptombjr 1SC4 Mr Staplus enllsl
red with battalion company II Con
I t
federate army He had no mere than
shouldered his gun boforo he + TOS mndet
t
prisoner of < war taken to St Louis
held flea mojithis than to Alton 111
whero ha was detained four nor ltl
and then was released on thtj evtin
Ing of Lincolns assassination Uncle E
Blll > did not hear of Lincolns 115f
gb
roturned to Sailno county ntlar his
rokasa as a prisoner pf war and snow t
ofs a
Independence where ha remanlod for I
many JarsTho past three yars
his Ufa tiara bcn spent In Iiida
pondence and h 3 is Known all ovr c
tha city for his goad storija nrd Illst
hunting and Islrfng expeditions
Mr Staples does net like to talk 11
about the wnr Ha h ard but few t
shells shriek but hIs priacn torni t
occupied most of his time and when
tha Preslderit telegraphed hs rolasj
took a skip arid a Jump in his t
gleo ready and willing to yarn to d
the paths of psac J Mr Staple o
Hkw all SouUierneiB is fond of
Lincoln as a man but hits ear ox
porlences ha seldom refers to o
Pastor Vacinated in Toe
Boa rton Mich Diet 19 The
Rev William McKlnJey of this place tJ
hoping that being vacolcatad on tIthe
too will mot keep him in bed tJ
more than six or siren weolca 1118a
was yacclnatod Teat October e
and about the eaana time the fathqr4 4
o wp mashed dub day when the c
bot was dreeing tits arm attd the c
ftjjior his toe the young maa sup Jt
gfted > tha applying vtfus from file d
arm to bis teU tv6sta3 wwld yirgfob fly
Iyproducj on effective vaccination t
Itdld Tho fatter pas bean In fled u
r a month hopes to nxovar In two p
Othree weeks l
J
t
The Farmers Wife
Bindlike sties up at daydawns blush
Inn summer boats or wiutcir snows
LtHer veins witia aeaV rful blood atVush
Her breath a balm hot cheek a rose
In eyerthe 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 W1Jlt soma Womanhood
IFar from tho worlds nttallcmodiftiilfo
1Gods bljsslngs on the farmer wits
I love to mark bar matron charms
Her fearless stops thru housebold
ways
Her sunburt bands and buxom arms
Hor waist unbcucd by torturing
stays
Blithe as a bee iwlUh bUll care
Shes here shas there ahas every
where
Long ere the clock has struck for noon
Home chords of toll arc all In tune
And from inch richly bounteous hour
She drafts its use as boos a flawtr
Apart from passions pain and strife
Peace gently girds the farmers wife
Homeward his dally labors done
plodss
From battling between shads and sun
With sullen glebe and stubborn sods
Her iwelcome on his spirit bowed
Is sunshine flashing on a cloud
All vanished Is the brief aollpsa
Hark to the sound of wedded lips
And words of tend jr warmth ttnt start
rto
lifen
Unsweetened by the farmers wlfo
But lot tihpa hjght of PUN doMght
Corned wltkthe evenings stainless
Joys
When by the Iwartstona spaces
bright
Blond the glad tones of girls and
boys
Their voices rise in gleeful swells
TThulr laughter rings like olllu bells
Till with a look twlxt smile and frown
The mother lays liar infant down
And at her firm uplifted hand
I
Tluoros silica mid tho Jovial band
Her slgnla tLls their harmless etrlfj
Love crowns wlh law tho farmers
wife
Vc dames In proud palatial halls
Of lavish wiles and jeweled dress
IOn whom perohanoe no infant calls
10II11lI3sI
Turn hithorward those languid ayes
wiser
Your sister mid tho country dew
Is throw times manor heaven than
you
And wh < u > > > the satins of Eden stir
berI
Tho In your falsj bawllderlng life
Your folly sconud who farmjrs wife
ExWhat
What Has Become of all The
Coon Hunters
Where are all the coon dudes The
commission merchants are asking tiild
question as the supply has falser a
orI
orn
ty of tlias Httla furbaaring animals
In thu country according tto the ccon
livef I
ly during the fall and winter but
they dont show up at the local mar
kets There Is undoubtedly a big 4
shortage and Mr Coon Is disappear I
ing The fox minx weasel mtcltJ
rats pole cat and possum hides all
shqw about the usual crop with
the coon skins very scarce 1
c
He Was RuinedI
c
Reginald Vanderbilt at a Horse show J
supper wh era hothouse strawbenilos
figured In tha dessert told a strawI
f
berry 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 ruinedl
How can that be nsUjd thj mans
cashier Tho crap was exCtll ort and
the prices are unusually high
Yes but said tha dealer yore know
how careful I was to have the bot
tom of my boxes built sisal up to tho
top Y
YYes
Yes
Yes1And
And Just as the crop vas ready
to gather the head nurseryman got
drunk and I had to engage a new
one
oneYes
Yes
YesWell
Well that naw man went and fill
ed the boxos wrong end up
Successful Woman Farmer
Women are quickly learning that
the country offers tartar opportuni
ties tor wholesome tend fane living
than does the congested city and asa
consequence a number of our East
ern abandoned farms aro bales rcclaln
i1 by woman whaare anxious to os +
cape the strain of professional or
clerical life f yap writer In Success
Magazine In on address to the stu
dents of VelMey CoLloge Uaura
Gills of the Inten UegIata Alum
nae Association said Girls take
up farming and Judging from the
popular response to the back to the
Harm cry fit would act ba surprising
JI
I
If mora than 000 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 gone
a stop further however Last summer
sh folJcned 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 tao country
A grt at portion of our olive supply
oms recess riicraniomo Valley and
too head of a large ranch chew U
Mrs Freda Ehmana wlfo of an EastI
ornn physician who finding herself
dapnedent on hjr own r3OiircS I
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
gardoniir on 3 for artiste roaulte and
the other < to study mat irlals
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 bu 1
siness under the firm name and style
of Barnes S Anderson against B B I
Collins I or one of my deputies will I
tweonlthe
the hours of 1 p in and 4 oclock p i
m 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 j
oil
The undivided onefourth Interest of
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
stake thence X 72 W 158 poles to
a stake thence N 2l pol s to a stake I
on the Morgantown road thence W i
to the line of the town boundary on i
said road thence S 64 polos to nl
stake thence W 23 poles to a alone
OnlI
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 I
poles to a hickory thence X SS K i
128 poles to a gum on the thorough I
fare 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 j
25 poles to two beeches on the bank j
of Muddy Creek thence down said
creek with its meanders to the be
ginning containing 600 acres more or
lessI
lessBeing
Being the same property conveyed
to ins F Collins father of dofen j
dant B B Collins by R B C Mosi j
ley by deed dated Xov 4 1869 and
of record In Deed Book V page
101 Ohio County Court Clerks office
OffiCdI
Levied upon as the property of de I
fendant B D Collins
TER SS1le will be made on 1I
credit of three months bond with I
aprovod security required bearing InI
terra at the rate of six per cent
per annum from dayofsaleand havi I
ing the force and effect of a sale I
bondWitness
Witness my hand this November 2 1
1910
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