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The Hartford republican: April 2, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915040201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 2, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. REPUBLICANS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF A LlJ THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 38 tem that trains our young men how-tkill. Brother! you can't kill the man across the border and hide your slhs In the folds of any flag. You can't support God and the present system at the same time. I tear that your religion Is not practical. ' It Is eighteen Inches too high. It cornea from the mouth but not from the heart. It is true that some Socialists aro disbelievers, but it Is also true that Democrats and Republicans have Infidels within their rank9. You can only Judge n political party by the platform upon which It stands. It would make the christian Republicans and Democrats blush with shame if they know the religious views of some of their greatest men such as Jefferson, Ingersoll and Lincoln Yes our financial system is badly wrong, our great moneyed lueu ulo confiscating indirectly the property of the producing class. Now brother working man, I want to reason with your intelligence. We create all wealth. Then all wealth should be ours, and would be under an equitable system. There is one thing left for us to do, that Is to hang together at the ballot box. Our voting strength h much more powerful than that of tho enemy. We can capture the government and use it to free us from the financial parlsltes of the earth. If our government can sll stamps at cost, It can sell cigars at cost. It It can buy the paper out of vhlcls stamps aro made, then It can buy tobacco out of which cigars are made. If it can make stamps, it can make cigars. Mr. worUingman how dcjou like what they give you? The Republicans givt us too much work. The Democrnts give us too much rest. The Socialists would give you all the lest you would want and all the work you might need. If you don't change your views you will stay In the rut . of poverty. comI am yours for a monwealth. R. A. DAVIS. --T HAUTFOED, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APlilL 2, 1915. gether in the coming election tho tlohs at a meeting at which Roberts 11 NEW WRITER talked. Democrats will win without n strugTwo defendants George Ehrcn-hard- t, gle. Mr. IIIlp, spokesman for thoso a member of the Hoard of PubProgressiva willing to unite with ON SOCIALISM wero ANGSTERS lic (Works, and John E. Green toUl-fleRcpi'bllcnns, said that the Heputi-l'ra- n AND PROGRESSIVES the among the nine witnesses who d City inil County Committee, in today. In reply to questions by agrrolng to give tho Progressives A. O. Stanley, chief counsel for ihe equal representation on the commitFor Take Steps For'Getting To- tee, had shown a spirit of fairness Judge Anderson Will Pro- defense, Green and Ehrcnhardt de- Discusses Remedies jiSU nied specifically the Government's that vould go a long way toward charges. 'Many Social Evils. tect Defendants. sinking differences, and predicted gether In Louisville. Green stated that he was not that little trouble would be experiwith the Terro Haute city adenced In bringing about a united City and front aglnst the Democrats next No- Defense Witness "Fizzles" Era- - ministration. He admitted that ho, Unique Remedies For Intemper-enc- e Equal Representation On asflhe election Inspector, worked tho vember. lever on the voting machtuo for about County Committee Is memClub has a and DiThb barrassing Attorney A. 0. two hours, but quit when It was bership of about 150, composed of Planned:" pointed out that he was violating the vorce. Stanley. I rngresalves and Republicans, nnd als'o asserted laill The defendant will hold a meeting at club headthat he did not see how anyone votquarters, 311 West Jefferson street, Abandoning a plan to reorganize Hartford, Ky n. F. D. No. 6, Mar. ed nnd that he did not hand cards Indianapolis, Ind., March .".0. Saturday night At that time It Is '.he Republican parly machinery In probable that the rlub will name 'Judge A. II. Anderson at the trial of l to Rotors, which they could redeem at 30. Editor Republican It has been Louisville ly dividing the territory Is Mibcomn-.IUei.of three members to the Terre Haute election case in Fed- SI each on the outside. He also de some time since I have written anyInto small districts oC live precincts confer with the Republican subcom- eral Court, said this afternoon that nied talking with Mayor Roberts In thing political for the readers of your and c'ocIIiir a member from each, mittee. he felt It his duty "to take care of regftrd to the duties of election In- excellent paper. I have turned my tin- - City and County Committee of thoughts towards the noble things of some of the defendants" after two spectors. president of the As The witness was undergoing a se- life Christianity, ihut district Tuesday night named Club. Mr. HUp, Invited the members Terro Haute policemen who had been and fr in Its membership a subcommittee of the Republican City and County called by tho defnse to testify to the vere at the bauds Socialism. to ion'iT with it like commltteo from t Commute? to nttend the meeting reputation of some of the men who of ''"trjct Attorney Dailey. when It is a nhame that we have politi1 e Hi It was cal quacks in 'this country. It is a ihave pleaded guilty on their cro'ss-- 1 ""'J1 recused at noon. Saturday night. r (Hi!) of I.oulsvlllo relative to out that Green has Indlct-tri- ridiculous shame that we pay them Col. Albert Scott, number of the examination by United States iiuiikm th uddliloti or twenty-thre- e live and seven thousand dollars to Attorney Frank C Daily, gavel1.""!18 PonJ,"S "BIllst lli"' for City and County Committee, said aftt. to hi- Hi publican City and County er the meeting la?t night that the misrepresent the taxpayer in Con"c lias considered favorable tb ( ... At priaent the mcinhor-- i. .1..Piiw" suol' from wlch stolon gress, whose income is les3 than $500 !eu".j plan giving to the people of the Fifth ' twenty-on. googs v. and It la propos- - district had been recovered; that ho a year. 'lie rlht to n?we the iner.-ber- s , After the Jury had retired, the .j j tt to forty-fou- r. in iiMhe When you Etep on the dogs tail you til Republican City and court announced that he would re?, operated a gambling devlco with a k of the Club, made up clrfflis, end that he had been held for can toll by the tune of his yell how '! County Committee had not been abt,M ease the six defendants who havi ' ProgreaaiveH, wna formed andoned, man, but had been exonor- - b.id he has been hurt. It seems that would be plended guilty and vino were taken? 'killing. a ,. and probably :i i I lH." (.W1UIIV1. Socialism has stepped on someone at ih'o with a view to setting adep'-eone year hence, or soon aftthe Jail in Terre Haute and tllJ.MJ ifiifetihardt. who was registration Simmons. Ky. His great monument i) (I idhiis to a union of Hopubll-- j er teh coming Xovembtr election. All troin ltvriicrttt- tn trwtlcanntinll a t'n tnat tt'v Tin .u. u Progreseivea In this district i Progressive who .! oqulpoko enables him to make l' deire to unite with a writ of habeas corpus and pe'rmlt !),:slC,0,r 8wc1 as ?,ect,on election Edward t I', r i nilng election. -the truth look like a lie, and the ... this fall.' he said, .. tho Republicans daywiy using the lever. A number of lie like a truth. Yes, men will , uriiuTly a strong Progressive, II .. . giving them the right to participate , ,,,,, , "Ami I say now. auueu iH ' ii'nit of the club, and he and In the election of members of the Re- "that there shall be nothinguie uouri," ' ,',.,..,. falsehood more readily than done to meeting j signed truth. That is why the worker is intended the Ui 'the Government asserts were ' publican City and County Committee them ove,r there. I have already been c, I.I Khrenhardt, were shown the de- - made poor. Tho same thing has Mr. HUp made It plain HKlit November election. rellabty informed that the defend-.,- '' l'J' 111 Republicans can ex-- f after the on but ho made the shirker a millionaire. In lot e the ', ' fendant Republicans throughout the State ants, Sheriff Dennis Shea and City-p rrogruasivra oi We have been tormented by several Plt iie supportequaltnerepresentation will hold mass conventions June 12 Judge Thomas Smith, while they denied they were in his 0ther wltneMM tostincd t0 tUo tlliv must give dllTereut Ism's in the last 50 years. delegates were In Ja a few days ago. tried to for the purpose of naming on il e Hepublican City and County defendants and The greatest of all tormenting Ism's to the Republican State platform con. these boys. They promised ,,, .,, Cor, t.ilttce. Is capitalism (our '.present financial . vention to be held in Lexington on to take care of them if they would , ..... Thero was not a murmur on the j Villi. O nilli VII CCll 14111 UlliLiUIUIUl. system.) It torments the farmer June 15. toll certain things. I shall take care r part of any or the Republicans preswhen he sells and the miner when policeman, j of them, and I warn any ent last night against this suggestion, he buys. This system first considers Sheriff or citizen not to molest them." CAl?T. E. W. CLARK finally being concurred in unanl- it the rights of capital. Labor is of CHARGED WITH j IS Ell H. Redman, the defendant who ino.isly ThoFe named.by the Hepubsecondary importance, consequently was declared elected Judge of .the Jlican City and qounty Committee as -IS FOUND GUILTY labor Is defeated on the Industrial votes, had comFALSE TESTIMONY Circuit Court by ten members of thf subcommittee to cou-rfield. Mr. Lincoln said, "Labor is pleted his direct examination and was with a like committee from the prior to and independent of capital. adwhen court being Club were Col. Albert Capital is but the fruit of labor, and He denied every item of journed. Hopkinsville Man Given Long could never have existed had labor Scott, Joseph Conkllng and Thomas Davern Arrested After Declaring against him by the ovldenco produced Club has Hyan. The not first existed. Labor is superior Government. Sentence For Betrayal yet to name Its subcommittee of Mo Repeating Done In Tirre to capital and deserves the first conThomas Barry, one of the patrolthree. The two subcommittees are sideration." Annual message to conof Girl. men, on cross examination suid he Haute Election. to meet and submit their recommengress, 18G3. If capitalism is wrong felt that his hands were tied six dations to the Hepublican City and then Socialism, Its opposite, must be He said months before the election. right. jaunty Committee within two weeks. Hopkinsville, Ky., March 29. Onhis prisoners frequently laughed and As a further Indication that thoso It is Socialism that the middle man Intl., March 29. Indianapolis, K.ild tliev would be released In a few ly thirty minutes composing the Hepublican City and $ere taken by the most fears. Often we hear of a ' minutes. He said he captured a man Jury In the case of Capt. E. W. Clark, ounty Commltteo aro willing to William Davern, a witness for the de- I political quack howling about throw down the bars and meet the fendant Fred Morrison in tho Terre wanted for highway robbery and charged with betraying a girl under the Socialist position on prohibition. I'togresslves of this district more Haute election fraud trial in the Fed- within ten minutes after he put him 16, to bring In a verdict of guilty We Socialists believe that before we than half way, If necessary, the Com- eral Court, was held to the Federal in the patrol wagon he met him .on can have prohibition that will pro" the street. late this afternoon. mit tee, after representatives of the we will have to stop the manugrand Jury on the charge of perjury His punishment was fixed at con- hibit Barry and Fred Armstrong, tho Club had departed, elfacture of the stuff that has caused ected II. C. Camnetz, secretary of the after ho had completed his testimony latter a detective, both testified that finement in the State penitentiary the downfall of millions. The SoClub, n member of the Judge Anderson fixed his the reputation "for truth, veracity for an interminate sentence, of not cialists would let all the people vote County Com- bond at $5,000. and morality of former Chief of Po- less thnn ten nor more than twenty on the. temperance question, just the Republican City and lice Holler, and Assistant Chief of years less one day. mittee to succeed Judge W. G. Dcar-insame as we would let them vote on United States District Attorney Miss Alberta Mitchell was the acwho Is now a resident of Whites- - Dailey made the request after Da- Pollco Nughent, who have testlled all other questions of social imporI cusing witness. .fill,- t T...l.n nn.plni tna i... vern, who was tho Democratic elec- for the Government, was bad." Both tance. What would be more fair The entire day today was taken said man of the City and County Com-- 1 tion qlerk in the precinct in which 'witnesses, on up in hearing two speeches in tho than that? mlttee, and Arthur E. Hopkins, a Morrison served as inspector, testi- they had heard that tho two received Again the political quacks would .young Republican attorney of Louis- fied that there was no repeating to their positions from Mayor Donn M. case, C. H. Bush for tho defense, tak- have you believe that we Socialists ing up the morning and Commontwenty-eigon ville, will bo elected to succeed him his knowledge and that Morrison had Roberts, one of the woman every man's wealth's Attorney Denny P. Smith would make eachman every woman's in that capacity. not worked the lever of the voting trial, as a reward for their services arguing wife, and each for four hours this afterFollowing the meeting last night machine. emphatically deHo also denied that he In the election In which Roberts was noon, tills closing the caso except for husband. We roost elected Mayor. to bo some difference , know that ninety-on- e there seemed names not on ny that. Don't think for one mowhether the the registration books had been votof opinion rcgurdlng It was at this point the court said: the Jury's decision. ment dear reader, that we would have have atThe crowds persons to bo added to ed or that forty-on- e twenty-thre- e names nnd reg'T feel it Is my duty in this case to tended greatcase from whichfirst pack-th- o our mothers, our wives, or sweetthe the tilt; City and County Committee shall istration uumbors had been voted take care of some of these defendatogether like tho court room to tho last inch all hearts, to consort In tho evnt such ' twice in the precinct, as iMr. Dailey nts, when I see witnesses put on the be Progressives. Jungle. We say no, day. All the speeches were master- beasts of the is dono thero would be two more Pro- contended tho election records show. stand to testify as that witness has we don't favor such, ten thous ly efforts, but Mr. Smith's speech Lthat on tho Republican witnesses had testified truthfully. These men are no! If the gentlemen of ftfislvea Republicans. Tho general, Mr. Dailey said the twenty this afternoon was considered one of and times Govern- presumed to be innocent until the contradicted at least Simmons will show me where the Impression unions thoso who linger-- , ment witnesses. Jury finds them guilty. I feel that the most severe arralngments ever Socialist platform favors the tearing ed after the meeting, however, wasi Fred Morrison, an employe of the somebody ought to defend ' them. delivered here. down of our present marittal rela- that both parties aro to have equal street department, and John M. rec"veu, the verdict Hone, then I will eat the platform, There aro men on trial not so guilty j Tho without but 1.1s wife , representation on tho committee, sealer of weights and meas- as others. Is it possible they are to nnd sister gave way to their feelings. taking tho membership twenty-tw- o thing? 'suffer for this sort of free lovo in This has been one of tho most clallsts are in favor of Progre- ures and former member of the State Republicans and twenty-tw- o "This Is the most remarkable thing notable cases ever tried here, Tllft the sense that it is the gift of nature. Legislature, defendants, testified to! sses. to put a witness testimony comes irom tne neari just tue I have over seen day. has been sensational and it were voiced , Various objections Morrison said he operated the lever on the stand to prove a perfectly ob ilaan IntornDt lino nanlnPAfl In If frnm same as the light comes from the sun. agulnst tho plan to divide the district rebav on tho voting machine only when he vious facts that these sluggers and first. The trial was called last ?ld ou bu? the Iove U.,at ?ou na tmiM vidfik tnnrt nf . a and elect, In all of tho five, captains con- the It .. """ himself voted, although a number of peaters, who have como hero and Wednesday morning, but tho first two "' "u' " who would compose tho Fifth District their shame to prove a per- da,s wero taken up in securing a 'so please send me a dimes worth by testified that fessed X Committee. One objection was that Government witnesses h get a fectly obvious fact that they have a reorganization thus effected would he worked the lever all day. Ho also I bad reputation for truth and veracity Jury, two special venires having to""010 fan'' 180tha' a knowledge of repeating of votbo summoned. Tho hearing of cost considerable money, and another denied beUeV f1We ho passed out cards oil 'and havo developed on denco was begun Friday morning and was that tlier might be such a lack ers and that marry young read-sinc- e this terrible condition of af- concluded soon after noon Saturday, that you which tho repeaters wero paid $1 by of Interest In tho matter that the we th k an 'vldual becomes Sherig Dennis Shea, another defend- fairs." which time the speeches have vote in each of the small districts j later, A. O. Stanley, occupied all the tlmo of tho court's a better c tlze" ater hefl8 marr ,ed A few minutes might reflect discredit on the strength ant. The witness also repudiated tho counsel for tho defense, objected to Bitijilg for ut yu should be testimony of Frank Tryon, who serv,n" of tbo Republican party at a tlmo starve " question put by Mr. Dailey to Arm- -' for a tlmo on tho Election Doard a Capt. Clark was charged with when it Is important that the party ed 8Uln for a dlvrCe-sixtee"tho court: duclng Miss Clark before she was10 and who testified that he protested strong, nnd was told by make as good a showing as possible. Certahiy we have a religious "You ought to have kept the witAt the considerable to Morrison about operating the Thero also seemed to be wnJ creed. We would plant the flowers ,i i. ness off the stand. The objection is .,. , lever. doubt as to whether Progressives,, t tho homo of the coach of the High School basket ball of happiness about Massellnk testified that he made overruled," party law, under tho Republican worker. You plant the flower of sorA number of election inspectors team of which she was a member. could participate in such an election out the body of a number of applirow upon the graves of tho dead. You to testify that they appeal is expected to bo taken. of members of the Ropubljcan City cations for registration, but denied wero introduced instructions from An had better como over and help us not receive that he ever affixed the signature 'did I make and County Committee. life a pleasure on mis eann. Notice. on the 'Roberts to operate the lever Many speeches were made at tho The Government produced a number l...ilnf For sale, one road wagon. Will Our religion lights war, the greatest malilnaa HtlA- flf IllPRA., JnQ. - ... v Jkueotlng, the tenor of all of them be- of applications and contended that VUhlttK . .rna..vmt.,Bell cheaD. Sea I1ARNES & RODG- - of all Bins, our uoa commanaeo you ,r ing that unless tho Republicans and signature was placed on the applica37t2 not to kill, but you support the sys- nation that he received such lnstruc- - ERS, Beaver Dam, Ky. Progressives of this district pull to tions by Messelluk. con-neSer I er I publican-ProgressivGet-to-Kt- '.i Dls-.ofS- ht ot - ta conduct-Governmen- e. , ,.;.,,,, 1 d j ... ii,Q ,.,,,., J L In-bl- i haud-writin- ( 1 ( ,..,. ,. . : .,... --- ..t PASSENGER STEAMER er - VICTIHOF OERMAWS cross-examin- er !., Story of Heartless Act By man Sailors Almost believable. Cardiff, Wales, March 30. Un- Ger- -' er One of , two-by-fo- ur I er the Falaba's pasengers, in telling of their experiences, said that when the submarine ordered the passengers to take to the boats, the boats were lowered immediately.and the pasengers were served with but no one was allowed to take any perlife-belt- s, to-da- g. sonal effects. "Then followed a horrible scene," "Some of the said the passenger. boats were swamped and the occupants were thrown into the sea. Several were drowned almost immediately. n, ! I ht I "Barely 10 minutes after we re celved the order to leave the ship, I heard "a report and saw the vessel heel over. The Germans had actually fired a torpedo at her at a range of about 100 yards when a large number of pasengers, the captain and other officers were still distinctly to be seen aboard." All the passengers and officers say that the submarine fired' a torpedo before all of tho boats were lowered and while many persons were still One officer aboard the steamer. wa3 sitting In a boat which was suspended from tho davits and was waiting for two women pasengers, when another officer shouted, "Look out,' and then I saw the bubbles marking tho track of a torpedo. "There was a tremendous crash and tho boat foil from the davits and turned over, throwing the passengers and crew into the water. The water was frightfully cold, and there were many who died from exposure." e 2,000 Gnllons of lleer Destroyed. Ky., March 30.- Mt. Sterling, Deputy Collector Wells and posse de--' stroyed two large stills, one of 125 gallons and the -- other of sixty and the other of sixty gallons capacity, In a raid on Shaw's and Tho stillH Cane Creek last night. were located In caves, but tho "shiners" had been warned by pistol shots and got away. Both stills were ruu-nland 2,000 gallons of beer were turned out. Both stills were of copper and were the largest ever brought into the city. gal-lon- gs I Mas-selln- k, V1 said: "I I .. ovi,r?; "' Lnv ?, Y,?0 n h;a wJLi ng I .ui.4 .. w- the note that ho hnd placed 'broken down the wall. On Friday two days before and showed n piece It was decided to try to send out a RESCUE ''ark In his mouth which ho hnd man and a holo una made through broken from the mln timbers. He the wnlls for the purpose. Mo enr- hnd another piece In his pocket and rled out tho written notice of the 111011 licine III tlln lOlli .... ' hi told 1110 IlO had llOtllltlC to Oil t fortV-tW-. .. , - ...... c for four days but the bark, but he try, and left It at the mouth of tho 'entry, where It was found by tho said he had had plenty of water. "Coming out with the men we rescue crew. On his way back he of 'Eziiext Rescuers reached tho sixth or seventh when' was overcome- by the afterdamp but tnotitnntine Iflinn1 t It ft frtltf. fit llrldtn hnlen felt too weak to two others ran out nnd dragged him m fTr WrTifffliMTiM TfliaiWTr Mrr l,avc nlso ,cnrne(1 t,iat n fcw old man TTl THT 4jf Mines Show Bravery. " which iraiiicu rescuers uuuiioi pussim; save walk, and I loft one rescuo man In through the barricades, more than 100 entombed men from wearing a machine to nttend to him were again sealed. Wo did not hear death unless they have the assist- until I could send a man with a the rescue party until they wero half IXir.D Entombed Four Days Saved ance of volunteers. Carrying their stretcher to carry him out. Shortly way through tho Inner wall, and nppnratus In their hands, the rescu- after'l left Whalcn an Italian d'r'op- - then my son gave the order to start Fiom Poisonous Gases by ers entered with volunteers, having ped out of the line. . One of tho res- - meeting them nnd little tlmo was with them n canary bird In n cage, j cuerttended to him and I ndmln- - lost in complying with the order, 'Helmet Men., watched for the canary, . l9terea" oxygen from a bottle, taking 'spite our terribly weakened cnndl-fo- r When you pay $895 for It is known that as long as tho tlle oxygen from one of the nppara- - lion." an Allen 34 you get bird Is able to sit upon his perch, tus, when ho felt better and walk- when asked how he felt when "Wiuhlngton, April 3. The saving tliere ls " danger to the men from ed another piece. At this same place reached by tho "Helmet Men", Whul- SS95 worth of car. ircud wrlble death ot forty-seve- n the whole procession stopped for r replied, "t c., iuny remember The Allen 34 Ini an entombed for four days and !as Poisoning, the canary being much rest and I ihWs You don't pay a cent for unAllen J7 horsepower enfound one of the miners anything because I was so weak and ,morc sensitive to gas than men. They eploslon-swcp- t four sights In tho gine, Weston Mott nroco0(,ci1 necessary overhead expense. began to slttlne on the left rib. He was te,lU nervous nnd the awful sight of my lc b'rd l)o.itlng axle, inoluir lop sal of the New Itlver and I'ocahon-- 1 stress, and at this ing me that his heart was al'out to',iCjd friends on every hand took m and lcillier upholstery, Wc build intccrity into every Allen Consolidated Coal Company, ntsll0U' kina of give out. I lot him breathe oxygen memory completely away from every- Warner tnninmsion and automobile. Our organization is La!.-uCWest Virginia, recently li.r p(,lnt t,le volunteers without steering gear, J npparntu M'1 tMe World." retreated until they through the mouthpiece of my np- - iMi,)S P8r Wc arc in stroni; and permanent. drive, expandrescuers from tho United parutus and a few minutes later he wcro ,n a safo ntmoBphere. the 111) inch ing brales, ths automobile business to stay. hen tho story of the rescue work Sait.js Bureau of Mines and other UiecI!iac, demountable rescuers putting on their appnra-- , said, 'lou have about saved mo now, reached Secretary ,, of tho Interior discloses a type of hero-i0- " .. . Our purpose to make every Allen i, t rim, aluminum crank at "' Li. ""h"1 "'' " "" Lane, tus ,u"1 forward. '. ..' who has direct siii.ervlslon over H.n Is not equaled anywhere In r.vc and aluminum trar car do its part in upholding our In the the Bureau of Minos, The rescuers made three difterent commenced to walk out. case, full tnuip-mihe was moved reputation for Riving the created xlir .mnnls of Industrial history, a meantime men with passed to say: eltctrie hghti lira-nte'o( almost everyday sort In crews, one of them exploring the us and I instructed btretchers possible value for the price we set. anJ tltctric itarttr. thom about the mine: the second remaining at the tht; undated mining villages of the "Out of the gloom of such a catasTl.c nctjlit of Hie It If you have been waitinc until you two men who hnd been left 2JI Ib.. which, with the efwtry, but hardly known to the base with the volunteers to be ready Men with blankets started tobehind. trophe. Involving, ns it appears, more could buy a stronu', swift, 'safe, powerof Ihcmotor intuit arrive for an emergency and the third crew conoiuy of opention. 'jtu,id' orld. handsome car without payinu-- a dolami distribute them among the men than 100 human lives, the having of W bulM lira nthr 'lhK lira very of men who go down put to 11 In order to be able to re- to put around them when they got forty-seve- n men comes almost as a lar more than its actual worth, the inodcli, Ihrco roadilcrt In ships has been In prose lieve the first crew, as the men wear- on i fi Jn benediction. I am proud of tho brave ud I wo lourini can. Allen 34, the outside. We came to about rrnclat In nrUe tmm vtfLry since the world began, ing the artificial breathing appara- 200 feet within the drift mouth "'"'" '""" l"c 'mreau or .Mines, is the complete answer to aiitt S895, J.S7S is SUM. jrrnl.soly because there Is hardly a tus can work but two hours at a where rr. I.ynott. the Bureau of ''o hme been working heroically for your requirements. p.rro( who has not witnessed tho time. This work proceeded night Mines Surceon. stnnne.I tho inn,, ""oral days to bring about this con- In itylt,fintih, r, economy tf nferalhn, rjuifrttnt, itriictablt hours until TErtt'ttf .of the sea at some time or and day, twenty-four- s telling them to be cautious with their slnimatlon. I am equally proud of Itiainift and f rice, Allen can tail lite Itad otiio-r- . but tho miners aro in out of Saturday morning, the rescuers wear- 'eats': not to eat anything but hot mt',r ass"C"Hes who Had been train-sou- p g apparatus thv way places, in the rugged fnst- - ing the methods l our or coffee and to lie down and cd ln '0'er Kor years It had been demon Factory Krprccnfntive far Southern Oh'.o. adjacent Weil nBi?.vs Dl the country, and the men in advance of the volunteers without sleep after getting out, and I, in 'men. IVrritory, Southern Indium, and entiro Slnte of Kentucky. Tbi j.urforms the heroic deeds apparatus. The continued explora-vro- broken Italian, told the Italians the strated that the old methods of resin the darknes of the under-- 1 Hon by the trained rescuers at that same thing. The men got out of cue work not only did not saw lives, Dealers: Write or wire for agency proposition srmin.l whore the eye of the average time developed that the main entry the mine all right. It was n pathet- but even cost the lives of many brae 3EfjTi?&5IWJW,T3ifJl had little wreckage and was In fair tii(.1s.n has never penetrated volunteers. The oxygen helmets This led Chief ic sight, the rescued miners hugging worn by the trained rescuers, which 7t Xp of little wonder then that the ly good condition. and kissing the rescuers." permitted them to penetrate parts' hch of Jin explosion in a coal mine! State Inspector Henry to order the Although the rescuers were moie men everal of the air current to permit wiljj n bundred or two hundred of the mine filled with imlsonous a XJlJfil carries but a lleeting Interest tho use of this entry. It was at thi than mile from the entrance of prlat that five weary and famished mine whey they dlscovn has n ttitt reader and that he o men. b,0 f()r (h0 sav,ng of 10 lnilu,rs The about It long before the wails miners stumbled against James W. ... ......... a.. crew lislst HE IP llnsrttl I. n.Lll'inl mlliliif. .i . orphans cease to Paul, Hip head ot the Bureau of ...,.ih f Jp widows nnd men alwajs in advance of I litive recent l j'trchaid from A. C. Yeier hw Mirough the little mining il - ; - m rescue service. w;ho was but a Sineer oi me ur.eau qi .Mines anil the volunteers, restored the vontila- - . uninitio irom Garv, Ajrer.cies for tl'e follow ;:isr Fire Iriurnncc Companies: Contit.entnl, or more min - lJ,"ort distance in the mine at the two trained ySft Hut tho million 'ated further in th- - tiot' in the mine, thus permitting the I" Haitfonl, .'Ktini. I'luvnis at.tl Fidelity, which includes volui:tter8 to advnnce. rrestimahl. era wf the United States who follow time. The the men were on their der orders prt".". saving n:ore entombed men. the business wnt'en in nil the towns am! xilhutes in Ohio county. the clllomI)CI protec,cc, jjfe wio..t hazardous of callings are way out. They explained that after That of nlon m they were taking desperate ,heniboIles , ,)v ; These are all old line Insurance Companies tint! I will be pleased to ,Ilc k,av not flntlroly forgotten tor Uncle the explosion they had walled them-- . Ilureau of solves in with the idea of keeping the ch;'ncefJis yidem rom w,wt Mn'on 'the erection of temporarv tloors. Then J" hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully. Saji.. OiroiiRh the Federal hie aiwi myself jcn trane rcscucrs r'eaclu.(1 thP1Ili J. lias at the millers' disposal, Poisonous gases from reaching them.!": Tlilrtle, by ri.n.,p- - n P...tnRtmnlm nccira.lilch- - As soon a the air had cleared were we this time feeling rdlhcr weak ,w vvv nMf . .. V sat down and turned on th ,p.,ratvc,v the efforts of the rescuers in "d B u ,,., 1))cn r(1. oa8V h organized corps' of trained Toshie became coinp.otcl bringing fresh air up to where they .oscn. torc(, ,0 nopnia, comtI(,n3 as , who carry aprsratua which permits them to en- - ad barricaded themselves.they made exhausted and was forced to .ie dow n rescuers procePllciI. t ,iave wlrw, t0 their way out. The men totd Paul on the track, while Thlrtle and my' the rescuers mv heartfelt ntmrpcln. tex :. mine immediately after an and to penetrate poisonous that no others were alive ln that self sat down with him until he eoruC tion ot their heroic efforts in saving menced to teel stronger. We proJJiat would otherwise kill in part of the mine, but the work of these lives." e.ias ceeded once more and wlun wc enno dcaJer or aScnt in the rescuers was redoubled. J 1 Jt- - nuakling of an eye. There are throughout the country VUt Witjr UtiU V1W1MI IU One of the oxygen-rescu- e XI was on the morning of March crews countered a strip of loaded foal cars eight specially fitted rescue cars bewe were all so weak we had considsell iwtnrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe longing to the Ilureau which respond 2 tuat word was received by D. J. composed of Bureau of Mines men Motors, which are advertised in all reputable engineer In charge of Mine and trained miners from Gary, West erable ticuble getting through the at once with their crews to the call cars. Proceeding slowly another stop magazines of the world. This advertising L for assistance. In addition tliere are Ksien? Car No. S, at Glenalum, Virginia, proceeded for more than a of five .campaign reaches thousands who have use SSR f minutes was made at tho sv six rescue stations ln the coal fields VP,t Virginia, that an explosion had mile with their apparatus under or- enth loft for portable and detachable rowboat where we all sat down which r.wcvrred in the mine of the New lliv- - ders from Paul. They were headed send trained rescuers to the motors, but who would have no use for launches on against the rib and breathed deeply scene of Pocahontas Consolidated Coal by Government Rescuer W. J. GerAnd when the resdisaster. account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write uY aud apparatus. We finally cuers promptly for particulars as to how representatives are tTowpany. Filteen minutes later the man. "Mr. Paul gave orders to take from our are not busy at a disaster they reached the outside of the mine af- are visiting with and protected. Begin operations at SBBaVTH irfolk and Western railroad had my crew straight to ten left." says the mining camps and once so as to abtatn the mil benent ot toe season. ter having been in two hours and a training the miners In the use ot Lvpefl all trains between Glenalum German, "when we reached tliere we quarter and having the a disEVINRUDE MOTOR COMPAN ;mi Xenova, a distance of 104 miles found a note in the main entry which tance of 16,200 feet traveled appa- artificial breathing apparatus so that 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN wearing men alive in ten the miners themselves become caparanfl lir.a cleared the track. A special read, 'Forty-tw- o ratus. We all suffered from, xw was attached and the rescue left, March &, 1915, at 4:30 p. m.' ness, high pulse and severe weak- ble rescuers. It was this training of headother miners by the Bureau of Mines car ras taken the entire distance to After reading the note we advanced .Etceoya iu three hours. At that about 250 feet until we found a tight ache for six hours afterwards. No that played a large part ln the rescue haustion due to his strenuous work. of an American cross ocean rarchat.. more live men were found ln tho Since the Bureau of Mines started marine by an Investor more businessof tho entombed men at Layland, for This proved to us W&iA'ihti car was turned over to the stone stopping. eleven of the total crew of seventeen Its systematic efforts at rescue work, like than the national government, cnxapeak & Ohio, which had also that the men had bratticed them- mine." Thomas Whalen, the oldest sur- trained rescuers were volunteers each disaster that occurred in this seems to be absolutely sound. for a clear track. With the selves in behind it. I sent a memTho first plan Is to enact legislaiv.ixmd largest engine in the world ber of the crew back to Mr. Paul vivor and who had to be carried on from the mines of the United States country has seen the plans ot the bureau carried out with greater per- tion making It just as cxpcnslvo to . ai&aclved ito the rescue car, tho 133 asking him to send stretcher crews a stretcher from tho mine gave a Coal Company at Gary, W. Va. The United States is not alone in fection, until with the previous ex- navigate a ship under our navigation When they returned dramatic statement ot the experience nstiJtn 'between Kenova and Quinnl- - and blankets. of the entombed men: "I was work- this aid to the miners for the states perience behind them, the bureau's laws as possible, and In tho namo ot niAnt, nine miles from the scene of with the state inspectors, we had -. irtfi disaster, was reached in three torn down' the stone stopping and ing with my son John In Hoom 24, themselves have an organization ot rescuers together with other men social justice to establish rigid and by tho bureau on March G onerous regulations for our imaginTiourn and sixteen minutes, which is had advanced up the entry about 200 ninth entry, when we heard a rumb- state inspectors, whose duty it is to trained In bringing the forty-seve- n ary cross ocean merchant marlno, in hard to be the record time on this feet further until we found a second ling sound," said Whalen. "We ran take charge at mine disasters, the succeeded - stone stopping and could hear tho down to the main entry, but the heat Bureau of Mines rescuers working men from the mine at Layland, W. order that ho foreign ship owner iiwo.iatahi road. From there the resso great it took our breath; we under the general direction of tho Virginia. may have Just that much additional ciiv car was taken to Layland in lentomcd men inside. When we had was A movement has been started by competitive advantage. made a hasty retreat in on the state olllclals. ikati time and a few minutes later a hole through the second stopping main-- entry but not before seeing y The Bureau of Mines rescuers, to- tho American Mlno Safety AssociaJ&rt. rescuers wero on the ground about two feet square. Inspector Then expose the Amorlcan ship dead bodies of four men who worked gether with other rescuers trained tion to give every man who partici- owner to and two of his party crawled rwuly for serious work. the competition of the Py the time the bureau's rescuers through so that I could help them on a motor and whose bodies were by them, have saved from death, pated In the rescue work a gold med- whole world, so that tho cheapness through one at a time, with the as- streatched face downward with hands since the inauguration ol tho bureau al. It Is said that time and time of operating vessel may ninko It imrriLlied tho scene, State Mine Karl Henry and a number sistance of my five apparatus men, outstrentched full length. Tho only In 1010, several hundred lives, the again acts of personal heroism on tho possible to keep the American flag jl AiIb assistants, were already thcro whom I had ordered to continue thing I remember was the awful feel- bureau's own men having rescued part of the rescuers have been called on the high seas, and denounce all wtii the work of rescuo started, tho working at tearing down the stop- ing that the top ot my head was be- fully 150. These results are la mark to the attention of the Carnegio Hero those who proposo to meet our marCommission and time one mlif Inspectors having general ping in order to make the hole larg- ing lifted off, the feeding beingusing ed contrast to the haphazard methods mission declared each while tho com- itime competitors by subventions sufthat the men ficient to equalize foreign that were in uso prior to the Intro of the work. Shortly nfter-vf.-in- er. I saw that the air had cleared of terrible agony. My son was subsidies undoubtedly deserve medals, tho fact a carbide lamp, while I used an oil duction of tho g ap eleven miners from tho mines quite considerably and helped tho and lower labor 'costs as "grafters" lamp, which was extinguished by the paratus Into this country by Dr. J. that they are professional rescuers and seekers ol ttie United States Coal Company men through the hole and ordered of special privilege each man to sit down close to the force of the explosion, the other re- A. Holmes, Director of tho bureau. and not mcro citizens does not admit .it Iary, West Virginia, who had The bcneflclent effect of such proof giving them any reward. The men maining burning. Then it was a frequent occurrence been trained in rescuo work loft rib. Each man obeyed orders cedure is exemplified In tho action ot "We ran back Into No. 10 entry that brave, but unprotected rescuers who aro employed by tho Bureau of i tu2 Ilureau of Mines men arrived and acted like a child. After the Mines as rescuers engaged in tho Itobert Dollar, tho Seattle owner of o James W. Paul, of Pitts-lir(',l- i. last man had come out, I counted where we found forty other miners, rushed Into tho mines following ex .uvil Pacific shipping, in preparing to Ha., engineer in charge of tho line of men which numbered mostly foreigners, who were crazed plosions, only to bo killed at onco by most hazardous of occupations have man his vessels with coolies. That, little to look forward to In form ot Uy persistent tho deadly gases. It is pointed out I then had all these men almost beyond control. al lite rescue work of tho bureau of forty-twIf thoy aro killed at their however, Is quite in harmony with my begging they were mado to go back that at Hannn, Wyoming, eight or reward. "Mlms. Paul at once organized the tuko hold of hands and placed tho policy of tho present administra"burtnu's rescuers nnd the trained crew and Hollldny's at intervals beyond tho trap door and get to work nine years ago, sixteen men wero en- work, tho United States Government tion, which would oxposo American wages. The from Gary, West Virginia, Into along the lino to show the men light. building good walls to barricade tombed In a mine and forty other gives the widow a year's widow and orphans of a miner killed productive Industry to tho same sort aginst the afterdamp. miners rushed jnto rescue them, the Uuri.t eorps and offered the services I placed one of tho Gary men and themselves of competition, with tho expectation ml tli men to Chief State Mlno one ot the inspector's crew at the They prepared themselves for tho nw- - result being that the entombed men in an accldcntaro provided for by the that the American made article will workmen's compensation acts, for the Henry and to the manage-raw- it end of tho lino and told the last ful hours ot awaiting death or the and the rescuers too were killed. It bo displaced by importations from appearance ot the rescue men, known was the samo at the Cherry, Illinois, state takes care of the widow as long Europe or of the mine. The efforts of man to follow them to tho surface. the Orient. National mine disaster just a few years ugo. as sho remains a widow, and tho orihn iiUxxa Inspectors and the bureau's I then went to the front ot tho line to the miners as the 'Helmet Men.' 'Somo of tho foreigners wanted Before the trained rescuers had time phans until they aro old enough to were directed at once toward and advanced as quickly as possible iiwn rehiring the damage dono by the to get stretcher crews organized to to smoko cigarettes and put us all in to arrivo, seven brave volunteers en- take caro of themselves. In states compensation act, AOluHlon ami thus restoring tho carry out the men that were becom- danger and it was necessary to uso tered tho mlno cage only to bo whoro thoro is no How's This? right to sue and fl.ioe to its normal condition. Drat- - ing too weak to walk. I was very forco to prevent it. So great was our brought up from the bottom of tho the widow has the Wa offer ,One Hundred Dollars or doors which guide tho cur- - sick at tho mine from the gas but hunger and thirst that we would dig shaft dead a few minutes later. It recover damages. This is denied thp triuu .ruita of trcsh air had been blown waited at the pit mouth until tho into the coal dust and get crumbs was at this samo disaster, however, widow of tho Federal rescuer for it is Reward for any case of Catarrh iown and these wcro last man had reached the surface." nnd egg shells thrown away at some that tho trained rescuers from the impossible to start a suit for damages that cannot be 'cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. o Ibut the fun might blow tho pol-- . Another ot the bravo rescuers was meal probably several days or weeks Bureau of Mines brought twenty- - against the Federal Government. CIIENBTft CO.. xv.V.J' undersigned, have Toledo. O. Krllr ot the United States before. While we were waiting for two men alive to tho surface after Mjtious gases from tho mine. Villus Cheney for the last 15 years, known P. J. and believe every man had they had been entombed for seven it was a deflnlto.serious campaign .Coal Company, Gary, West Virginia, the rescue men, whom Jilm perfectly honorable In all business tjnniactions and nnanclallv able to carry FOR FLETCHER'S rescuers. who ucompanled German. In de-i- i; implicit faith in, we would take turns days. Tli 9 bureau itself has in Its Ilostoro the mine ilth the any made tjy his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, jtAi went uloug and then you scribing his experience he said: at waiting and listening for what entire experience lost three burvo d would mean to them life aud loved rescuers, martyrs to the cause woultftw in a position to rescue en- - "When we tore dowu the last and Hall's Catarrh Pur. I. t.v.n Ttu au tflrAfaf (loriiMnn directly upon the blood and mu: i acting men. The old method of ping, tho first llve'ro'camo sliding ones. Many of the men broke down but the other day another helmeted iu) wav wvsaave X!i.1&,!ff0tim.'5 The national administration's clan 2X? iEFSlfii d ruublig mudly Into a headfirst down rtfe pile of slate, entirely and but for the leadership rescuer, belonging to a mining com xX. Yuirf i&iiy p,,,, for con,tlptUon .cilne to be either overcome by the When he got through bo asked me it of my son they no doubt would have pany at Price, Utah, died from ex- - for making impossible the creation MOIG DF147 Bureau" deadly funics or killed, had gone. The men In charge of the rescuers stood outside of the mine with man of the Interior In their hands and studied It Intently. They plan- timl HL-...... ..1.W tlin r,... ....... otifT nf nil ....... ..v irminr-t- l u.... ... .... nrmv during battle. Decisions were made quickly and then tho rescuers entered. mm w'1" experience at such ca- - we found a,f O ii. i&KStt7EE The Allen 34 t&M nfipg , Price, $895 Study these facts -- ; I X.-I- , breath-tbraJtor- O Icft-lun- traln-.mjmfc- -- ! Pns 1 nt f tt fi-ie- oxygen-breathin- rcp Kenton Motors Co. XS$JS&?X Vi'r-jjiul- .-i ri -- for-r.t;u- ty-tw- ' ,... Bz:iX'z:i ' ' , 4.4. NEW INSURANCE AGENCY i t undi-rvvriter- Je i .Uir ws E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartiord, Ky. 0'- j yy pJ HvTj A prt-iiare- Hoi-lida- ls oxygen-breathin- pre-viii's- !y )' o. .. , Children Cry t stop-to.ub- CASTORIA 0.le.d-0'.- .9' -- -- -. -.. .INI II ,k t 't tf IMK'KI'OIIT .MAGISTERIAL Dirt- Vi day team, THICT Xo. :t, XOI5TN ROCK- Shield's levy 1.25 PORT Xo. H. AXD Palaco Smith, Vi day with IIROADWAV Xo. team, 1 day labor. Shield's levy J.87 Luther Miller, tenin nnd labor II. and Mcllnnrv rn:nl t.tft.nn C. W. Ranney. 13 hours la- Hayden & McDnnlel, road bor, Shield's lovy 1.62 tools 3.35 Wat Ranney, 1 day labor, Elsie Allen, labor 3.00 Shield's levy 1.25 Iletman Decker, 5 dnjs team 1 day Leo Ranney, on road labor, l.i.00 Shield's levy 1.25 J. W. Ross, 4 "dnys team on TO THE HONORABLE FISCAL 13. P, Harnard, road helper on Winson Smith, 1 day labor, 12.00 COUHT OF OHIO COUNTV, ICY.: road 7 Vi days 15.00 6. lid Shield's lovy 1.25 Robert Green, labor Wo, your Committee appointed at John Hrown, team and labor 14)0 Aichlo Maddox, team 011 Henry Crab, 1 day labor. tlio December, 1SIM, lurm of said JniucH I'lrtle, Vi days team road . . , 4.50 Shield's levy '1.25 Walter Wilson, work on Vi band Court to ascertain as to tlio aniount C.30 George Leach. 13 hours laroad . .' of claims allowed during tlio year Williams & Miller, making 5.Q0 9.45 bor Shield's lovy III3AVI3H DAM MAtJISTKRI.Ui D1S. 1.02 Iladln Curtis, loam and la19 14, ami lo report as (o tlio finan3.45 road drag, shop work... E. L. Douglas, 1 day labor, bor cial condition of Olilo county ut tlio 10. I', Harnard, helper, lie. 5.00 THICT Xo. JI, WKST IIKAVI3U 11.00 12.45 Shield's levy 1st, James I'lrtle, 3 days team, clone of business, December 1.25 Joe Hendrlv, helper 18 dnys 36.00 DAM l'UKCIXCT Xo. 14. I days Jake .Maddox, work on road 914, beg to .state thut wo liavo Joo Baize, 13 hours labor, labor 14.00 13.50 J. C. Hocker, team on 3.00 J orformed tlio duties enjoined upon L. T. Harnard, road.$ 12.00 day labor 1.00 Shield's lovy 1.50 1.02 E. L. Brown. 1.189 font lum. . 1.50 J. O. Davis, Same, us, and herewith submit tlio follow- Luther Miller, bridge sills.. 2.00 3.00 J. J. Jarnagln, labor 21.40 . u?r Shield's ing report.' Joe C. Hocker, team on road 2 days with 1.50 I. S. Lnshbrnoks, 1 day lalevy 1.C2 vrcnie .Maddox, team Tlio following Itemized statement bor 1.25 9.75 J. A. Caldwell, team and la6.00 ber 1 Call Watts, day labor I. I). .Maddox, 17 days labor bor on Beaver Dam and shows the amount of claims paid 13. I. Harnard. 3 Vi days helpD. S. Dennett, 50 balanco 25.50 Shield's levy 1.2(5 J. R. Swain, shop upon orders of T. II. Heiiton, Couner nnd nails Ccrnlvo road 7.S0 12.90 on contract to work secwork.... 2.55 Lee Watts, Same, Shield's John Woodburn, 5 days with ty Itoad Engineer, by voting pro- J. 13. Mean, dressed rock for 15.00 Tom Render, G days With tion road , team levy Until 15.00 abutment on plko ducts within tlio Magisterial dis15.00 1.25 10.00 A. S. Chlnn, 2Vi days with 18.00 Hardin Hoover, Same Alex Cown, 6 dnys labor... tricts of which said precincts aro J. It. Mllliurn, 4 days team 9.00 Price Miller, Same, Shield's 20.00 C. C. Hoover, Same J.W. Ross, 5 days with 4 days labor team. 3 days ono hand.. u part: 14.00 levy 15.00 13. F. Render, helper 5Vi 12.00 1,25 H. Decker, 1 1 Vi days team 15.00 Tobo Miller. Same W. T. GrIIIlii. 50 contract with Oda Haycraft, 13 hours la9.00 days team price to work road 11.00 12.50 I. S, Hennett, Same 1 day 34.50 HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL DIS bor. Shield's levy 1.G2 Joo Hendrlx, 18 dnys Herbert Wcsterflcld, 4 Vi days R. P. Coleman, helper 36.00 Frank Maples, OVi dnys Will Douglas, 1 day labor, TRICT Xo. I. EAST HARTteam, 1 day labor 3.50 13. L. Brown. 1.000 feet lum. work and man and team. 13.50 with team 20.00 H. L. Hoover, Shield's levy FORD l'UKCIXCT Xn. 1. 1.25 last payment uer (I. Austin, 4 II. days 2 James I'lrtle, 1 day team, 2 18.00 Elvis Burden, Same, Shield's on contrnct to work secBonds anil hours man nnd team.... days labor 5.50 12.50 - L. L. Drown, 750 feet lum- levy 1.25.00 Hood Harrison. 6 i John H. Hrown, 5 tion road her days .. J. W. Carter, labor and lum13. r,n das 2 18. GO John Keown, Same, Shield's L. K. Park. 2 days team $ 5.00 hours team on team, 7 Vi days labor.... ber 23.00 5.00 levy 1.25 J. A. Leach, .$460.89 Mitchell Render. road days Total on V. W. (loir, 2 days team, 2 Vi days Charley Horry, two days 10 on Stanford Glllstrap, 13 hours COO gasoline engine 0 days with team.. days labor hand road with team 23.00 8.50 4,,"0 labor, Shield's low 1.62 Eskell Kitchens, L. II. Leach, 2 days team, 1 MAGISTI3HIAL IHS; R. L. Drown, 1,000 feet lunv IIAltTFOIU IVi days J. A. Halrd, two days on road 1 day C. Glllstrap, labor, operating grador . 3.00 ... .. day labor her labor 7.00 20.00 3.75 THICT, Xo. I, 1II0FMX PU13- Shield's levy'. 1.25 Droadway Coal Co., dyna5.75 13. I'. Harnard, 3 days helpJ. F. Cnselilcr, scraper, dyJ. It. l'hlpps, work on road. n. D. Douglas. 25 CIXCT, Xo. !W. con- mite, fuse nnd caps.... plko G!00 namite, etc er 22.28 'Frank Mack, work on 1.25 tract SVi miles road 22.50 Elack Cown, 6 days labor.. 4.00 date Hozarth, hauling rock ' A. X. Wilson, 52 days labor COO L. L. Porter, work on road, and bridge 9.00 C. F. Leach. 25 contract George Bratchcr, 4 days la$ 13.50 G Wayne Stevens, 5 Vi days Mldklff, 39 days team nnd lumber Herbert days team 90.50 14 Vi miles road 3G.25 COO R. P. bor 11.00 on road work with prisoners H. A. Leisure, team on road c.OO 30.87 work 13 Coleman, days C. M. Taylor, Vi day labor. .G2 R. S. Chapman, 4 Vi days F. G. l'atton. 2,253 feet W. 0. Tucker, team on road 10.50 A. L. Stevens, toam labor & team, 13 lays labor 57.50 H. H. Benton, 3Vi days helpteam lumber seven sills. Ward's ferry 30.50 C. W. Hoover, team on road 14.00 R. P. Deck, 7,393 feet, lum13. 50 er 7.00 Haden Curtis, 2 days labor ' road 10.25 I.. C. Leach, 3 days team, 3 3.00 140.32 J. H. Davis, 25 ber O. H. Richardson, team on contract Haden & McDanlch 2 scrapdays labor .1. W. Coppage, team & hand 12.00 7.50 A. S. Chlnn, 18 days team road to work section road.... 3.75 ers, nails and pick Hnrdliisburg James I'lrtle, t! dajs team. two days, 10.45 27 days labor 94.50 R. L. narnard, 3Vi days laT. F. Tanner, team on road 13.75 II. A. Carter. 1 dav team 4 U. S.50 days labor 23.00 Vasco Balrd, team on road. road 9.50 13. F. Render, 10Vi days helpbor, 1 day team 5.G2 labor L. T. Harnard, 2 days team, ).7r, Charles llerry, two days la7.50 er 21.00 C. F. Leach, 3 Vi days team 10.50 A. H'. Hoover, team on road Tako Maddox. 5 days labor. 0 V day's labor 3.00 14.50 L. L. Porter, work on road, bor near Mrs. Allen's.... 7.50 A. N. Wilson, 9 days team C. D. Wallace, 75 contract Hlce Maddox, 3,i days laA, It. Hilrton, two days laLuther Miller, Vi day team, 1C Vi days labor 19.00 49.25 team nnd nails to work section road.... 11.25 bor C25 dav labor 1.50 0. It. Hichardson, 4 Vi days fi.25 bor on Ilnrdlnsburg road Pendleton Hudson, 8 days D. H. Benton, 3 days helper COO John 7 John U. Hrown, 10 U days Woodburn, days 13.00 3G.0O Postal Embry, 1 day II. A. Halrd, one day with team, 8 days labor. with team 1.25 labor. team team. 14 Vi labor 48.85 Fred Johnson, 1 dny with team, two days labor, 21.00 Williams & Miller, shop Courtland Taylor. 2 days laJoo Hendrlx, 18 days helpct 36.00 6.25 Thomas Hros., nalli. &c. . . . 1.30 llawesvllle road COO 3.00 team work bor Vi day team 3.12 S. J. Tichenor, 6 gnllons gasi:. P. Harnard, 2'i days help.1. T. Moore, 2Ji days team 3 ', days R. P. Coleman, 7 days, 6 It. A. Leisure, J. W. Taylor, G hours work ; 1 oline er 1.38 4.37 hours team, 1 0 Vi days lai da labor. Sulphur 9.12 Edgar Hnrnard, 5 days 5.00 with team 1 on bridge .75 Mcttonry Mfg. & Machlno Springs road Vi days with bor 33.47 C. W. Hoover. H. Davis. Vi day labor. . .65 Co.. englno supplies team, days labor.-.- .. 27.20 9.31 7.00 T. F. Casebler, nails Thomas Mothers, auger and team, 4 days hand ,v. . . . . .70 W. Taylor, 640 feet lumLuther Miller, 2 Vi dnys ,1.25 Dave Johnson, Vi days nails 2.50 It. II. Barnes, dynamite.... 2.00 Tnlllo Hellln. 2 days labor. ber 11.45 team, 2 days labor 1.50 L. L. Porter, helper, &c... 9.50 W. N. Stevens, 15 days labor 25.00 Cecil Cooper, 1 day team.. 3.00 F. Leach, 3 Vi days team 11.25 13. L. Brown, 2.500 31). 00 R. 13. Hhiinds. 7i day team 2.00 1. A. Johnson, feet lumami team fecj A. L. Chlnn, 2 days team.. C.000 6.00 D. Douglas, last payment ber Gillespie Hros.. shop work. days la2.80 45.00 Wayne Stevens, 5 i. . . . 120.00 13. F. Render, 3 days helper. lumber on contract to work road 21.2." S. I). Park, IVi days 11.0(1 Henu Hros., lumber 1.00 II. A. Leisure. 2 days with 4.50 team.. 1,297 feet lumber bor on roml 19.87 D. Wallace, Same 3.75 13. L. Brown, 4, 502 feet Inm- dny Thomas Hros. & Co.. nails.. .45 M. H. Ilarnnrd. 5 10.12 Dill Taylor. 5 Vi days labor. 8.25 team. 3 Vi labor H. Davis. Samo 3.75 :t ', : .. ber 13. P. Harnard. days help82.11 Tom Render, 2Vi dnys team with team, live days hand C. W. Hoover, Vi day with F. Leach, Same 45.00 R. T. Moseley. 5 days team 15.00 er 7.00 Coppage, 5 i days WIIUs 1.50 of 4 mules team 10.00 H. Benton, 3 days helper 6.00 P. nrown, G days labor.... 10.50 Clins. W. Stevens. 94 0 feet 9.00 with team P. II. Richardson, 2 days laPerthy Drown, 4 days labor lumber 6.00 for bridge near Oeorge Schroader, 5 Va das 2.25 Total bor $773.14 Total $826.11 K. V. Chapman, 9 days Ulck Taylor 14. CO L. L. Porter, CVi days helpwith team, a Hi hand. . . . 20.S7 team , W. T. Grimii. 25 29.50 1). Murphy, one day with contract er. 2Vi days team, nails, D13AVI3U DAM MAGISTERIAL DISA. W. Maddox, G days labor 3.00 to work section of road.. C25 9.00 10.30 team 80c HEAVER DAM MAGISTERIAL DIS R. II. Maddox. 7 days TRICT Xo. 2, CROMWELL lames I'lrtle. ' day team labor 10.50 James Nelson, one day team 1. A. Leisure, 2 days with TRICT Xo. 2, PltEXTISS S. Vick, GVi days labor and 3 davs labor L25 PRI3C1XCT Xo. 0. 5.25 t team 4.50 labor lumber 1'ItECIXCT Xo. rtO. 3.00 Oscar Caddis. 027 feet liiiij-bo- r. 11.75 1.25 Joe Barrett, work on road.$ 4.00 C. W. Hoover, 1 day labor. . Joe Snell, one day with team 1.30 near Will Shavers. . 10.10 L. L. Porter, 2Vi days helpif- - C. Edmons, hauling rock. W N. Stevens, helper nnd 9.00 Thomas Tate, team on road$ IS.00 R. S. Swain, shopwork.... u 13. I. Harnurd. 1 ',2 days helpWoodburn Bros., team-..- :, 7.41 5.50 C. T. Leach, Same team er 13.50 W. 7.75 T. C. Dennis, Same J. Mason. 3 days labor. 0.00 . er 4.50 3.00 It. A. Leisure, 3 days with John Hrown. team and labor C. F. Leach, team on road. 9.00 I. W. 10.50 01 Brown. Same Ross, 1 day team.... Thomas Hros.. nails days labor 3.00 .80 8.75 C. M. Taylor, labor At. Slieflleld, team 4.50 Jesse Brown, saniq and 1i 3.75 L. C. Leich. 1 day team. 1 Haden & McDanlel, nails, 3 C. W. Hoover. 4 Vi days with on brldgo. G.25 R. D. Douglass, 6 days team dynamite. &c 14.45 13.25 and labor I. A. WlnisMt. two days S.50 V dav labor building bridge 4.00 team and labor (lays 12.00 M. M. Tate. Same, and dynaToe Hendrlx.S days helper V. Goff. 4G.00 mite, etc L. L. Porter. 5Vi hel toam. two davs labor.... 22.S5 R. M. Thurman Taylor, 1 day team Landrum, days labor and furnishing sills..,,. 11.00 batteries per 11.00 Krton King. 9.00 3.00 Carl M.Taylor, team on road and labor 5.S7 Edgar Harnard. Vi day team, 1.55 K". Hass Martin, 1 Vi days team 5.00 I. E. Williams, express on M. Hoover, drag scraper and housing grader 4.50 J. gasoline engine 1 Vi A. Leach, 1 day taking endays labor 3.40 t. A. Lelsurp, 12 days team 3C00 George Shepherd, 2 days casting Clnto llozarth, team on road 10.50 glno 3.00 hand, Vi day team ". W Hoover. 1 1 days with J. D. Adams & Co., casting 1. Dennett. 3 i das labor. 10.50 13. 1. Harnard, 1 Vi days help2.90 Eugene to shed Chlnn, covering met, er 3.00 33.00 team 38 N. for grader John llozarth, 2 i days la9.50 Ezra Shultz, 3Vi days team 10.50 al culvert 3.12 Thomas Hros., mills 1.50 .30 O. II. Richardson, 5 days Ezra Shultz. 1 day team, Vi bor Byron Taylor, 2 days labor D. W. T. Criinn. hiBt payment 6.25 day hand four days labor 2 days with team A. K. Hurton, '2.00 Q. ber, Brown, 600 feet lum7.50 2 days labor 10.00 12.80 on contract to work road C25 L. L. Porter, 12 days helper Walker Ruby, 1 day labor. team, four days labor... L W. Taylor, 1.00 2.90G feet James I'lrtle. 1 Vi dajs team 25.80 and dynamite W. N. Stevens, nine days 52.2C I. H. Stevens, 2 days with lumber 1 Total $811.21 1.50 3. H. Benton, 3 Vi days as 0.40 C. W. Hoover, Vi day team. team i days lubnr helper, three days team. COO 3C.40 13. I'. Harnard, Vi day helper Robert Nantz, 720 feet lumEx. 940 7.00. Luther Shultz, 6 days labor, 4 days team 14.40 J. W. Taylor. 832 feet lum 1.00 ber 14.00 ROCKI'ORT MAGISTERIAL DISJ. Y. Hngcrman. three days 10.75 TRICT Xo. .1. SOUTH ROCK-POR- T T. F. Tanner, 9Vi days lateam, llvo days labor. . . . ber 14.89 C. W. Stevens, helper, &e. . 27.00 PRECIXOT Xo." It. ' Total 43.00 Xorval Leach, 4 days labdr ,$000.37 bor, sills and team Thomas Hros., road, tools.. 14.95 2.00 J. A. Leach, team 5.00 Jesse Tanner, 2 days labor. dyna and labor$. 25.00 L. L. Porter, G days labor T.n Mnsmi. 100-lb- s. Tom Johnson, 1 day labor. 1.25 Urchol Coleman, 2 days' with .7.50 H.00 13. GO Iosco Embry, 2 days labor helper, nails, etc team mite 6.00 Willie Lee, Same 2.50 E. L. Brown, 1.944 feet lumC. W. Stevens, helper 4 days, HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL MS- Richard Davis, 3Vi days la- W. I'. Mldklff. 25 days worK ber 42.87 .'... 34.79 $540.09 team 1 day Total on road, prisoners 11.00 Layton 5.G5 bof TRICT Xo. I, HI3DA 7 days ' Williams, X. Y. Jones, roadbed 30 feet Syron Taylor, 1 day team S. i:. Hennett, making till to Xo. .1. 14.09 1 by 75 yards long Xb. 1. Hartford District. To day labor south sldo Comb's bridge 37.50 12.00 E. helper 3.7C L. Brown, 1.312 feet lum ,.$2,2&o.o;; C. F. Leach, Vi day team, 2 George McMillan, 6 hours tal John It. l'hlpps, team and Hennett.' repairs of Alex ber 23.61 37.05 days labor with team 1.80 Henry labor 2.75 bridges. &c., Oweusboro Cummins, 8Vi days. John Jackson, 1 day 7 hours J, Y. Ilagcrmnn, team and 14.00 and Hartford Itoad 3.25 HI3AVKR DAM MAGISTERIAL DIS- W. E. Benton, 1 day team, 25.50 2 days labor labor 1.70 S. with team labor 4.50 C. Bennett, 1 Decker, 5Vi days labor, 1 1.00 W.Oweusboro road dny labor, TRICT Xo. 2, KAST I1KAVRU N. Y. Jones, 5 days 1 hour B. H. Benton, 13 days helpThomas Hros., road tools.. , 1.00 pick handle 25c 8.50 4 labor DAM l'UKCIXCT, Xo. 13 er. 2 Vi days team 5.10 A. It. Hurton. 7Vi days team 29.25 2 days with J. E. Brown, 5 days labor. . 7.50 32.00 Will Tanner, Lafe James, 5 days labor. . 9Vi days labor C25 Jesse Tanner, 3 days 2 hours team 7.50 W. N. Stevens, 'freight on 4 S. J. Williams. 11 days team 33.00 W. E. Benton. G days labor labor G. A. Shroater, 7 days team 3.20 J. A. 6.00 Marvin Iliird, 5 V. days with $122.68 R. M. Davis. 3 days 10 Vi days cars crushed rock Cummins. 28.90 1 day 9 davs labor 5.00 Eckles A. Bennett, labor.. team 2 and 3 horses.... 19.50 F. W. Katterjbhn Con. Co., team 31.50 team 3.00 Charley Drown, 9 days C D. Wallace, buildlnc 3 Oil l'hlpps, 3 days team. 4 F. Duke. 2 days with team. COO team 27.00 CI. 23 153 tons crushed rock... 14.4 0 R. C days labor culverts 5.75 Clate Carter, 5 days 1 hour Halrd. 1 day with team 3.00 Layton Williams. 10 davs 4.00 Cortland Taylor, 8 days la "W. N. Stevens, 10 days helplabor 5.10 helper, blacksmithlng Frank Black, work on pike C. Itowan, 1 day labor, John 2:1.0(1 $1.60 21.'60 bor er. 1 dnys team 11.75 M. M. Tate, 7 days team.. 21.00 loo Graves, 1 dny King road 1.00 Black & Birkhead, hauling 1.50 labor.... 7.50 J. W. Taylor. 2.745 feot turn Jesse Browai, 4 days labor. . rock. Beaver Dam pike.. M. H. Barnard, 3 Vi days 4.00 Charlie VJ 2 A. Halrd. days with Drown, 3 days labor 4.50 1C.7.1 7.50 er team. 5 days labor 49.13 lirover Hurgess, 1 day 8 team. Miller's Mill road.. 7.50 John Sutton, Same Solomon Decker, 4 days 7 Vi 13.50 D. II. Benton. 17 days help1.S0 hours labor Albert Chlnn, Same A. II. Miller, 3'$ days team days Halrd. 2 7.05 1C50 A. Miller's Mill road labor. 3.00 0 V days labor er. 2 days team 25.25 T. hours labor 6 days 3C50 J. T. Shepherd. 2.50 Charley Shaver, Samo 9.00 labor. . 1 3.00 A, Halrd, V4 dnys team and day team Moody Gordon. 2 days' labor AW H. Crabtree, Mitchell, Baldwin ( Samo... 17.25 I. II. Davis, 50 2.00 I. 13. Brown, contract A. Cummins, 1 1.50 AVi. N. Stovens, 1 day helper, tract to work road 7.50 J. F. Casebler, dynamite, etc 15.40 I. I. Clark, 2 days day labor 7.50 C. Hozarth, Samo labor 4.87 5Vi hours 5.00 Will Llles, 1 day team 1 day- - team 4.20 C. W. Stevens, 16 days 3 7.50 Cooper Bros., nails Miller, Samo 3.00 John team . . . 7.65 .50 W. II. Humphrey. 12 days hours helper, 1 Vi days Thomus nros., nails 8.50 3.50 J. F. Casebler, road tools.. Sam nines, bamo 2 days 8 Vi hours team 3G.00 S. Williams, 11. II. Slnnett. 2Vi das la1.25 4.50 Tom Johnson, 1 day labor. . helper II. Duvnll, ferae team 8.40 3.15 W. F. Stevens, lumber and 24.00 Ilm I'lrtle. (Same bor 1.25 E. A. Dennett, 5 days team, 4.50 foe Dalze. 1 dav labor O. 3.15 25 feet fuse 15.55 R. hours Williams. 2 days 8 1.25 A. W. Mills. 2Vi days labor 3.00 Clint, Shields. Same COO Sam Roach, Samo team 8.40 2.80 A. labor Oliver Brown, 15 days Vi John Dee, 2 "4 days labor. . 4.50 E. L. Douglas, IVi days on 1.38 A. P. Foreman, Same ...... 1 day team 3.00 3.15 W. Halrd. team on road....3 road hour labor, 10 days team 51.25 Henry Cummins. 2 days 8 M. Travis, 2Vi days labor.. 1.87 4.50 George Daniel. Same Humphrey, helper II. 7.00 Henry Stearsmnn, Lafe James, 2 dnys on road Willis Coppago. 1 day team, 2.50 Guss French, 7 days la"bor. . COO 13. P. Dennott, labor on Headavs hours labor 4.20 4.25 Hardin Hoover, 50 1 day labor 2.50 Orb Frlzell, 4 days Vi hour 3.00 Oyer Davis, 2 days labor. . conver Dam pike 3 days labor.... 4.50 labor Xorval Leach, 8 days labor. 10.00 4.05 Tom Ford, James Carter. 2 days team tract price to work road. 10.00 lesse Casebler, hauling rock Clato Brown, 1 day 7 hours P. A. Swain, nails and shop-wor- k 2 Ms days labor ' 2.25 J. N. Leach, 1 day team, 1 Heaver Dam pike W. C. Bennett, day with 2.55 day labor 3.00 A. labor 3.75 W. N. Stovens, 4 days team 4.50 1,50 Sam Harnett, Same , team I. Robinson, 2 days team 22.25 Virgil Shown, 308 feet lum5 George Shepherd, days Henry Havens, 3 days la5 days holpor. 25c Ex.... W, N. Stevens, a days lauor 1 7.55 team, shopwbrk, etc bor, team 50c 15.80 H. dav labor 4.25 A. 0. Murphy, 2 days labor. 30.10 , nnd money paid ber 3.08 J. Southnrd, 2 days IVi R. D. Douglas, 1 day team Jesso Tanner. 5 days labor. 2 days team 5.00 Hauling Howard, Charles Tobo Miller, 5(1 contract hours team 6.45 to drag 2.50 3.00 J. L. Allen, 2Vi days labor. 4.50 J. W. Caller, 2Vi days team 1,0.65 to work road 15.00 Bone. Heaver Dam plko. J. II, Robinson, 2 dnvs team C. W. Stevens, ICVi days 6.00 C. F. Leach, team and la1.87 R. W. Wilson, Same A. L. Halrd. 1 Vi days labor 4 days 9 hours labor.... 13.40 $087.70 W H. Humphrey. 4 M days holper, 7 days 4Vi hours bor Total 15.00 It. H. Taylor, team on road l.Vi team 49.46 B. N. Wilson, 2 days .,... 3.00 Perr'yman Embrey, 1 day lahelper, nails. GOc one day 9.G0 hours team 7.72 l)25 J. W. Wilson, S days 1 Vi bor Stovens, hauling 13 Sam contract J. 8. Hennett, 50 HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL hours team nnd labor... 30.60 Horvev Robinson. ' 2 days I Vi 3.25 Huron Taylor, Vi day team, prico to work road load brickbats 9.00 hours labor 3.22 No. I, WEST HART-FOH- I V dav labor . . . .' 2.00 Hayden k. McDnnlel, 1.90 Orb Rlzell, 2 dnys labor... 1.00 1. S. Bennett, V't day teain. 1.50 M. P. Rverlv. labor nails Ulrch Shields, 1 day G hours J. A. Ruby, 5 days 1 hour l'UKCIXCT, Ni. ti. A. L. Halrd, 1 dav labor,., 1.03 O. W. Williams, team and mid plrk 1.65 . 5.10 Lavton labor 2.00 labor 14.75 Virgil Shown, 123 feet lumwork' on road 10 days L. C. Leach, 1 day team, I Williams. Oil Brown, 7 days 4 hours H.25 Warren Shields, 1 day team 4.oo 1.84 ''dgar Barnard, Same ber hands shopwork $3. OS.. 23,08 day two 1 dny labor, $12 building labor. 3 days 1 hour team 14.60 T. helpr. COO Rnorgy Moore, 2 days with II. Miles, 3 dnys team... 9.00 Jesse Daniel, team ami iauur 10.50 Herbert WesternY'Id, work brldgo 15.75 Clnto Carter, 1 day 2 hours team, B. D. and Horton on bridge 3.00 Hacker, team nnd labor Joo C. F. Leach. 50 1.20 labor '. contrnct 6.00 road team and labor. 35.80 C. C. Hoover, work on $393.82 Total Jim I'lrtle. to work 14Vi miles road. 72.50 J. II. Stevens, 2 dnvs 3 hours labrldgo 7.00 13. 13. Rogers, 1,100 feet lumJ. A. Caldwell, team and Ce- 1C.C2 II. II. 4.90 labor. 8 posts 3Cc each.'. nenton 13Vi days ber H. A. Park, work on brldgo 5,00 Heavor Dam and bor ROCKI'ORT MAGISTERIAL DIS. holpor, 6 davs team 35.10 P. A. Swain, nails and O. W. Williams, helper and 12.05 W. II. Humphrey, 2 days ralvo roads 1.25 TRICT Xp. :i, COOL SI'RIXGS 0.75 J. W. Taylor, 3.349 feet lumteam 4.35 helner. 35e for nails..,. Brown, team and John ll. conber 59.95 J. B. Southard, 3.G50 feet 50 l'UKCIXCT Xo. 7. COO R. I). Douglass, Pete Shown. 2 days team.. Hartford & Leltch-flui- d labor 73.00 Willie Lee. wotk on road..$ 1.50 lumber 1,25 1C.50 H. A. Hdird. 2 davs team,. tract nrlce on road,,.... 45,00 Harry Eldson, 1 day labor, 0,00 road Ulrch Shields 1 day 3 hours O. W. Stovons, 15 days help 50 contract T. A. Hnird. days X. M. Tuylor. helper 6 days 10.00 6.00 W. It. Grav. J. 1t, Mllliurn, team nnd la- 21.00 R. II. 13111s, 2 2 davs team.. sncHon road.... team.., COO price Williams,of 3V4 days 45.00 labor. Shield's lovy Shield's 1.60 A. er. 15 days team days la- ui.su 13. L. Brown. 1,000 feot lum- -. ' bor on Horton road Shields, Samo, N. Wilson, 5Vi Alex Dennett, l'idavs team 4.50 O. W. 18.00 ber Thomas Bros., hath) & shov-6,80 levy bor 1.G2 0.50 2,!L' Harlan Tlnuennr, helper 2 days oJb L. R. Shields. 1 day labor, Clayton Cortor, 1 day labor 1.00 conC0 team . . 0.00 O. W, Williams. U. H. Carson, dynamite for , Continued on 4tU page. 4 1.00 Shleld't levy 1.25 Harry Tichenor, 1 day labor tract price to work road. 12.60 1.25 Klda'Ward, 2 dayi team... '.. 6.00 IL & L. road R. I). Douglas, Financial Statement And Delinquent List Of Ohio County, Kentucky, For the Year 1914. 1 1 4- -5 bor . . Travis, 3 days labor.... Clarenco Ward, 2 days, labor Hud Dennett, 2 days labor. Mrs. M. N. Smith, strip of ground to make fill S. 13. Dennett, making approach north end Comb's brldgo Alex Hennett, 1 dny labor.. C. C. Hoover, 50 contract price to work road Tom Crowe, 2 days labor.. Leonls Smith, 2 days labor. 0 Vi days Joe C. Hennett, team '. 1). S. Hennett, 50 contract price to work road 2 Vi days laLenuian Idles, bor II. L. Hoover, 50 contract price to work road V. II. Humphrey, 5Vi days helper (J. I'. Jones, 3Vi days team, 3 days labor Will Llles. Vi day team Sylvester Shown, 1 day team Virgil Shown, C50 feet lumM. Nolilo Halrd, 2 dnyH labor.. Clydo Halid, 2 days labor.. (lolden Shown, 2Vi days la- I. It. Stevens, Hamo 7.50 2.50 Ols Williams, 2 clays team, 2 days labor, 2 helper. 14.75 3.12 Taylor & McCoy, 50 con3.75 tract to work road 10.00 Ols Williams, C.25 Samu.. 2.50 R. C. Moselcy, Same 11.75 2.50 F. II. tier, Same 11.25 I. H. 8tcvcii8, Same 20.00 10.00 Stevens &. Co., 375 feot lumber 5.65 J. W. Mercer, 1,175 feet 37.50 lumber 17.C0 1.25 Ols Williams, 1 day helper. 2.00 0. W. Williams, contract to 20.00 work road, last payment. C.25 2.50 W. It. dray, Samo 12.50 2.50 It. C. Moseley, Same 2.50 H. C. Moseley, Same 1.25 19.50 1. It. Stovens, Samo 7.50 I. H. Stevens, Samo 7.50 15,00 t. II. Stovens, Samo 1.25 3.15 : Total $64C.C3 1S.60 W. II .Shields, I day tciim, 13 hours labor, Shield's C. W. Slovens, 2 days team COO levy 2.s; Total Total 25, Shield's levy Tom Clark, 1 day N. II. Kcown, 1 day team, team, $065.70 $2,9 ll.CS 2.50 Xo. 2 Beaver Dam District 2.50 Shield's lovy :. ,.. . 1 .... 1 1 8i .... 1 ln-b- or j.. 2i 1 3i IMIK-CIXC- T, V .... 1 ..'..... .,.... .?? .... IMS-THIC- T ...,., ... Llf-h- o FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Continued from 3d page. jn m in fi 1.. J, M. Domeitn, 1 teum Clarence K. .T. VI days with removing days o,00 2.00 S.23 2 Lea Mason, dynamite, stump bor . Morris, Wlthrow.1 . 1 etc. la. . L. At. Smith, 1 day labor, 3.05 .John Addlngton, 3 days 2 bridge lumber and posts. 4.80 hours labor 1.50 Halllo Taylor, 1 day labor. day labor... Bob Morris, l.0 C. M. Taylor, 1 day labor, ! 1 day 3U 2. CO Edgar Duncan, posts and team 2.00 hours labor , J. D. Adams & Co., repair Addlngton, team on S. on grader 2T? John . 4.00 Carrollton road 25 A. B. Rowo. work on grader 24. Eakll Kitchens, 11 days opMcltenry Coal Co., dynu- 27.50 erating grader 1350 mite, etc days on 1 3.00 Albert Leach, day team. Oordon Taylor, 33.00 gasoline engine 2. no C. M. Taylor, 1 day team.. hauling W. B. Addlngton, day labor SI Chlnn, 2.50 oil J. L. Moore. 9 days team, CG.00 .1. Whlttnkor. 191 days team 4. Of. 23 daya Iajior Joe James, 2 days dynamithandle, W. P. Bennett, ax 5.00 ing stumps 2.4.. nails and grease Opple, Klttlnger, 3 sets batdays 3 18 George Green, 1 .50 teries for engine 27.45 hours labor 1.20 .50 Roan Bros., Same shopwork Roy Benton, day Addlnclon, G.OO II. P. Wade Mercer, shopwork . . . 1.75 team dnys 21 N. M. Taylor, 1.75 I. B. Brown, Same . . .,...' !; helper 1.75 1.00 S. W. Allen, Same day team. C. L. Elliott. days 5.00 W. M. Addlngton, 12 C. N. Brown, 20.95 helper, bolts, etc W. E. Dorch, 19 days pull1.10 shopwork A. H. grader, 1 day labor.. - 192.75 Swain Rowe, ing 3.20 & Swain, shopwork.. 1.594 feet lumE. L. Brown. E. L. Brown, 500 feet lum-- s.cy ber 9.00 ber James, 4 days 2 hours Jesse c'r, foe Brown, 1 day S hours labor 2.70 labor Ed Green, 2 days 7 hours 2.70 " B. lglnheart. Same labor days team' " rJ. I. Brown, 1 George Green, Same C.00 5 hours labor 3.00 T. M. Kennedy. 2 days labor Znck Hooker, 1 day 8 hours C. H. Brown, 1 day with 2.70 labor 10.00 3 teams to grader X W. Bllbro. 2 days S hours N. M. Taylor. 10 days helper 4.20 labor 29.4 5 team and nails Weaver Honker, 1 day team I 0.20 dav S hours labor.... $490.32 Total 1.00 tflnls Rowe, team No. 3 Rockport District, to. ' tol fl.701.SK W. P, Poole & rro engine 2.25 repairs Standard Oil Co., gasoline MAGISTERIAL HIS. CKNTERTOWX 11.30 and oil THICT No. 4, CEXTERTOWN repair K. Addlngton. W. Xo. 10 AND REX- 2.2.'. bridges . . HER No. a:i. , lolm Addlngton, , 7 hours CdO 2.45 tenm L. C. Reneer, work on roads? 6.00 .'. J. A. Reneer, Same team 12.25 W. M. Addlngton. 4 days 8.20 helper, nails 20c P. M. Allen, Same and 12.00 fohn Addlngton. 1 dny 0 L E. Reneer. work on road .. 3.00 4.40 hours team, I day labor. J.' W. Ross, team on road 8.50 "olin Barnard, team and laR. H. Kincheloe, Same. . . . 3.50 2.2.1 bor H. O. Bennett. Same 1.50 W. M. Addlngton. 3 days Leslie Pielden, Same 8.0r. 7.00 helper R. J. Durham, team on road 10.50 H. B". Ashby. Same .95 $31S.45 Total J. R. Reneer, labor on road 7.G R. P. Durham, Same CEXTERTOWX .MAGISTERIAL two A. B. Rowe, making Xo. I. PT. PLEASdrags 5'?S 5.50 ANT Xo. U7. H. B. Ashby, team on road. J. M. Ross, work on road.. 2C.55 .Vatt Taylor, team on rond.$ 17.75 1.50 J.A. Reneer, labor on road 1.50 H. W. Bell. Same 3.50 R.' P. Durham, Same 10 days as L. C. Taylor. L. T. Barnard, team on road .11. Go 20.00 helper J. R. Addlngton, cutting tree LOO Ray Tlchenor, 1 day labor, 1.50 out of road 1.50 4.50 'ay Tlchenor. Same J. A. Reneer, 3 days labor. l.'JO T. P. Tlchenor. Samo W. J. Ross, 2 days with 2.00 V. F. Coffman, team team G.OO L. C. Taylor, 3 days helper. Dexter & Vincent, shovel, day. op1.95 Eskel Kitchens. 7 axe and nails 18.7." 2.75 .1. erating grader T. O. Hunter. 2 days labor. A. Leach, 7 days on gas9.50 days helper J. M. Ross, 4 22.50 oline engine E. L. Brown. 500 feet lumJno. Woodbitru, hauling gasber . 2.00 oline conDoward Tlchenor, 50 1.00 foe Brown, repairing bridge tract price to work road. 13.50 Weaver Hocker, Same l.Oo 5.25 A'att Taylor, 850 leet lumJ. A. Reneer, 3 days labor 19. Of J. A. Leach, 2 days on gasber and team C.OQ oline engine .. l Taylor. 7 '. days helpEskel Kitchens, 3 days oper15.00 er 7.50 r4. C. Taylor, 54 gallons gasating grader . ; J. ,M. Ross, 5V4 days helper 10.50 7.50 oline. . . , con'E. L." Brown, 500 feet lumtoward Tichenbr, 50 9.00 ber 1.50 tract price to work road. Standard Oil Co., gasoline 12.50 rim Tlchenor. Same 59.89 T. A. Leach, 3 days starting and oil Albert Leach, 8". days on 9. CO engine and hauling grader gasoline engine ana Sue ?. V. Bllbro, repairing 2C.00 oil 1.00 bridge days opEskel Kitchens, 8 1.00 lenry Mabry, 1 day labor. 21.25 1. It. Everly. 3', i days laerating grader J. A. Reneer, 9 days 9 hours 5.70 bor 14.85 'j. L. Patterson, sledge labor .90 2 hours J. M. Ross. 10 days )exter & Vincent, dynamite, days horse helper 10 3.00 etc '. 25.55 lenry Mabrey, 2 work days laR. P. McKlnney, team and 4.20 bor 5.00 "rank Everly, 3 days labor wagon 4.5' .75 'ack Hocker, hauling gaso- John Ward, hauling gasoline la1 days R. P. Durham, 1.00 lll'O 2.75 . B. Rowo, shopwork bor 5.50 1 day team.. 3.00 Charley Igleheart, 3 days laJames & Co., days laEdgar Calvert. 4.50 bor "' '.. C. Taylor, H days helper, bor 13.80 shopwork A. B. Rowe, 12.10 etc 5.55 S'at Llndley. lining on Liv- Swain & Swain, shopwork.. 3.08 etc Dexter & Vincent, nails, 7.80 ermore road E. L. Brown, 758 feet bridge I. A. Leach, laying tiling.. 43.00 13.05 .. C. Taylor. 1 day helper. lumber 2.00 H. C. Lake, labor. Center-tow- n 10.9G Randard Oil Co., gasoline. 3.00 L. W. James, 2 days team.. and Hartford road. G.OO Farmers U. M. Association, S. W. Tlchenor, 375 feet lum5.C9 ties for sills 7.75 ber 3.00 Ernie Bell, hauling lumber. II. C. Ward. 1 day team... 1.00 5.57 Jim Tlchenor 25 J. A. Reneer, labor........ contract and laWill Tlchenor, team 0.25 to work road 2.25 L. ( Taylor, bor 1.00 .lay helper 9.00 J. II. Everly, 1 day team.. Layton Ross, 3 days team.. 3.0t. 1.50 1. W. Tlchenor, S7f. feet lumElige Carter, 1 day labor.. R. Kincheloe, 4 hours drag17.50 ber ging road Watt Taylor, hauling culvert l.op L. Brown, 1,100 feet lumE. L. C. Taylor, 4 ?! days help19-8ber 9.50 er J. W. Ross, C days 4 3.00 Watt Taylor, 1 day team.. 12.90 Li. C. Taylor, 1 day helper. helper hours 2.00 1.30 Jim Tlchenor. last payment & Vincent, nails Dexter 1.90 on contract Swain & Swain, shopwork.. G.21 conDoward Tlchenor, 25 0.85 : tract to work section road $3:1.1.77 Total . . 3.00 .1. M. Ross. davs helper 4 Eston Williams, 1 day labor No. C'entertown District 2.M V dav team $1,187.89 Total hours E. E. Bishop, 4 team, labor 50c l.f" ROSIXE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT W. J. Ross. 2V4 days Iwlper. Xo. .",, ROSINE PRE- 4.5. etc CI NOT Xo. lli. Farmers U. M. Association, team on 8.04 James Kissinger, 447 feet lumber road 3.90 3.00 J. W. Brown, 1 day team.. 1.5(1 N. II. Keown, Same days laJ. A. Reneer, I 1.00 Miller, labor 2.00 Price bor 1.00 days helper 3.00 Lee Rnmsey, labor J. M. Ross. 1 G. W. Tuylor. 2 days with Doward Tlchenor, last pay0.00 team 8.25 ment on contract 5.00 J. F. with '."f' Serey Beck, 2 days day team J. L. Porter, repairing bridge 1.50 Stewart, I labor. 1.00 day helper.. J. M. Ross, 2 days C. F. Leach. with 0.00 team $533. C7 Total day with team. 3.00 Elda Her, C. F. Walluce. 5 "days with T CEXTEUTOWN MAGISTERIAL 15.00 team Xo. A, SMALLIIOUS W. L. Leach, 1 day with Xo 17 AXD d'.RAI.VO 2.00 team Xo. ISO. W. J. Stewart-- . 1 day with M. C. Everly, 10 days labor? 15.00 team ,....".. 2.50 E. L. Brown, 1,270 feet lum2.50 J. F. Beck. I day with team 22.9C (lettle Amos, helper 7 days. 14.00 ber O. T. day with Leach, Jim Morris, 2 days with day labor 4,00 team, 7.00 team 4.00 OetMe Amos, 2 days, helper. Clarence Morris, 7 dnys, G '. . 11.40 J. W. Taylor, 1,254 feet lumhours labor 22.44 3.00 Bob Morris, 2 days labor.. ber G.OO Hobart Walluce, 5 daya with Estill Bratcher, 4 days labor 15,00 W. M. Addlngton, 17 days team . . ..'.." helper 34.00 Gettle Amos, 1 day helper, 1 1 .... ... HIS-TIIIC- T 0 .... ... .... i... -. ... 1 1 IMS-HRIC- :.... 1 1 contract, (5.75 8. R. Actou, 50 team and plow J 2.50 price to work roud Jim Fairs, 5 duys labor.... ti.2o .50 dnys A. it. Wedding, nails...... 2.75 Mclvln Renfrow, 10 helper . . .. 10.00 21.00 Dundee Mercantile Co., nails 2.G5 and, dynamite James 'Kesslnger, 9 days with ,85 tenm . 24.05 ,28.35 Wilbur Johnson, shopwork. days with P. Murphy, 7 IIiO Newt. Daugherty, 4 days In 22.50 ..r . '.1.00 5,00 bor team 1.85 days labor. Fred Kesslnger; 9 days with P. Murphy, duys team 27.00 G rover Tilford, 4 48.00 13.50 Joy Golf, 4 dnys labor.... tenm 5.00 9.35 dnys labor 20.00 Mclvln Renfrow, 1 1 days Tom Smith, 7 dnys helper 22,00 Taylor Murphy, 0 34.00 19.50 V. A. 8tewnrt, 25 tenm ' contract price to work road fi.10 t 40.00 Taylor Murphy, D days help18.00 er 10.00 Jim Renfrow, 2 dnys labor. 2.50 50 1.35 Thomas F. Johnson, P. M, Ilenth, shopwork!... contract price op road,. 18.00 22.50 Job Wilson, hauling and 1 1.00 duy labor. ... burning dead horse 2, on . Pollard, 0.00 15.G2 Tom Bratcher, 5 days labor 0.25 C, Wllkey. 4 days ditching. 2.00 4.38 Fred Kesslnger, 4 days team, C. Harrison, 2 days labor.. t .21 1 8.2.1 5 days labor Stout Luinh, U day labor... 25.00 1.00 4 day labor dnys O. Lamb, Jnmcs Kesslnger, 1.00 team, 5 days labor, 4 days Bill King, 1 day labor 20.00 ttfam la, .." plow 18.85 Vester Neighbors, 2 days days Thurmnn Taylor, 4 2.25 'f 5.G2 Mclvln bor . Renfrow, 13 days labor 3.25 helper 2G.00 W. Dever, 3 days labor. . . . days team 5S.50 Ben' Amos, 19 1.50 day tram.. 21 3.00 W. S. Dean, dayB 1. C. Baize, 2 days labor.. Trails, V. W. 04.50 Cicero Rice, road-be- d 15.00 Taylor Murphy, 4 days helpteam . . IS. 50 3" days team...... er, 3 20.00 Fred Kesslnger, 3 davs labor A. H. Amo3. Iti dnys labor. n. A. Ralph, 300 feel bridge lettle Amos, 20 days helper 40 00 Melvln Kesslnger, 5 days la9.00 lumber 0.25 bor 375 V. W. Trail, 3 days labor... contract T. LI, Johnson, 50 3.75 Melvln Renfrow, (I days help- -' A. T. Stewart' Same 9.00 to work road 3.75 er 12.00 S. W. Stewart. Same 9.00 W. S. Dean, 3 diys team... 9.00 V. A. Stewart, balance on Harvey Stewart. 3 days team 3.50 T. Tucker, making lllls . . . contract price, first pay5.00 A. Foster, team and labor. contract 3G.00 Elmer Duke, 25 ment T. C. Shroader, making till 12.50 to work road 20.00 V. A. Stewart, 25 contract and opening road II. Miller. 50 contract price, 19 miles road 38,00 A. J. W. Taylor, 732 feet lum18.00 to work road 13.10 W. R. Daniel, 2,352 feet ber . nmtract 47.04 A. II. Miller, 25 1.00 lumber L. J. Miller. 1 day labor... 9.00 to work road . . .T 1. 00 1.00 Melvln Renfrow, nails A. T. Stewart. 1 dny labor. A. B. Miller, sills putting V. Stewnrt, last payment on days helpGettle Amos, 3 In culvert . 3.50 38.00 8.00 contract er, nails, $1 Taylor Murphy, 4 days helpdny labor..... 1.00 I. T. Beck. 17.00 er, 3 davs tenm 6.00 $583.41 Total 1. V. Beck. 4 days labor... 1. A. Ralph. 432 feet lum'lettle Amos. 5 days helpe., 10.80 ber 10.00 ROSINE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT helper days labor. J. 7 P. .Murphy, I Xo. n, ARNOLD Xo. ,SUI. Leslie Barnes, 50 T, contract .$GR3.3fi Total M. S. Shultz. helper 20 days$ 40.00 18.00 to work road T. B. Renfrow. 21 days with Taylor Murphy. 2 drags, team . . 03.90 4.00 ROSINE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT team 2 25 n. A. Ralph. '4S0 feet lumVess Embry, 24 days labor No. 5. SELECT Xo. 10. R." Ferguson, 7 days labor 12.00 7.50 ber L II. Stewart, Falls Rough A. Cook. 3 days with team. days 9.00 'inner Tilford, 1 and Cromwell road, hnul- Renfrow, 181 days 4.00 tenm $ ' 5.00 V. II. Ing rock 1.2.1 5.1.50 ". Murp'iy, day labor. .. . with team 3.50 Estill Martin, work on road .2.1 1.50 Mercantile Co., mills 3.00 Olnrence Smith, 1 day labor Earl Smith. Same18.00 Taylor Murphy, day help4.00 M. S. Shultz. 9 days helper Winson Smith, team on road a. so Riley Byers, 50 contract day team er. J. 11. Stewart, team hauling price to work section road 7.50 . II. Miller, last paymi'nt 5.00 rock . 8.00 contract to work road... 18.00 20.31 ?tevo Evans, Same W. I. Langford, helper, etc II. Renfrow. S days with . B. Miller. Same 9.00 Everett Langford, 1 day la' 24.00 T. F. Johnson. Same team 9.00 bor M. S. Shultz, S days, helper, W. II. Renfrnw and others. Ellis Baize, team on road.. 1.1.00 1G.35 nails, 3.1c Same 10.00 .50 day labor. Estill Martin. S. It. Acton, work last' payWilliam Embry. 5 .lay laone road l. D. Douglas, 1.20 bor team ment on contract 12.50 4.50 scraper 1.50 Leslie Barnes, last payment day team.. Tom Embrv days with Vrlce Miller. 1 1,00 on contract 19.5" 4.50 Oscar Embry. 1 1 day labor. . team day 7 hours Mmond Duke building cul- 4.50 Lafe Embry, Tames Kissinger. Same 5.10 vert . . . . 1.00 team 3.00 '. L. Ml'ler. I day with team 0.00 Mmond Duke last payment Cfrtls Embry, 2 days team. days with 'leorge Leach, 9.00 on contract . 12.50 4.50 Isam Cook, 3 days team... team 2. on "lrg4 Renfrow. 1.00 dav labor .50 Newt Embry. 2 days labor. day labor Lester Edison, days .laday labor. . Tom Tucker. .50 1.50 'leorge Leach, 2 days labor Elvis Burden. 1 2.50 bor 'olin Keown. 1 day with 2.00 Total 'en Renfrnw. 2 .$911.9.1 3.00 Clarence Smith. 3davs labor. team days team 9.00 day laStanley Gllstrap, 1 day labor... 1.00 SULPHUR SPRINGS DISTRICT NO. Crowe, LOO Una bor 1.00 John Duvall, 1 day labor. . , NARROWS XO. :IN. Richard Shield., pick and 8 days labor. 8.00 l."5 Leslie Shultz, 2 days labor. shovel 2.00 L. M. Asklns, putting culvert $ 5.00 Arthur Gray, .50 Elest Alblu, 4 days labor.. T. II. Stewart, nails 4.00 Blrt Petty, repair bridge; Se J. H. Howard, road-beM. S. Shultz. 10 etc days help5.00 lect and Bald Knob road. 25.00 21.00 J. W. Thomas, team ou road er 3.00 W. L. Hocker, 1 day with 7 days team. 17.00 H. F. Foreman, work on road Leslie Shultz, 19.40 3.00 Tine Embry, 2 davs labor. . team 2.00 A. F. Graham, team on road 9.C2 helper I W. I. Lankfnrd. Charley Parrlsh, 2 days laG. A. Ralph. 10G0 ft. bridge 2.00 dav 2.00 bor lumber 41. GO conR. D. Douglas, 50 A. ,F. Foreman, G days work Frank Kenton. 5 Y days la.1 miles , tract price 5.25 '. . bor on road 12.00 ,u..27.50 Birch Albln. 0 days team. 1 road Lon Lee. putting In metal contract N. P. Romans. 50 day labor 10.00 culvert 2.00 ' 15.00 Harles Albln. 4 J dnys labor price :t miles roml 4.7.1 I. A. Magan, one sledgo hamconWllley Daugherty. duys laCurtis Embry. 2 mer 1.00 tract price 5 miles road. 25.00 2.50 Charley Cornier, 4 days with bor Nancy Daugherty, road-be- d O. S. White, 400 feet lum1 2.00 team Horse Branch and M. T. 8.00 Will Allen. G days labor . . . ber 7.50 10.00 Steve Evans, 25 road contract Marvin Foreman, team on J. W. Taylor. SOS feet lum4.00 to work section road.... rond 9.00 1 ber M. S. Shultz. 7 days helper, Guyman Westerfleld,' day .:. W. Ranuoy. 2 days with expense. $2 . '. .',. . 1G.00 with team 1.50 4.00 Riley Byers, 2.1 team contract day with team A.F.Graham. 3.00 Hardin Sampson, 1 day la3.7.1 Douglass Graham, same work on road .. .1.00 1.00 Stove Evans, Same bor 4.00 Amos Wedding, 1 dny labor 1.25 U00 Riley, Byers, Same W. ill. Baize, 1 day labor. . 3.75 F. Renfrow, dynamite, etc. G.73 4.25 J. S. James, dynamite 3.00 contract V. II. Keown, 50 Total $428.80 Jess Huff, I1 dny with team day with team Oscar Huff. 3.00 10.00 No. 5, Roslne District, toprice to work road 20.80 W. L Lankford, 4 days help- $2,10.1.27 G. A. Ralph, lumber tal 1.25 Amos Wedding, 1 day labor 8.00 Pr 3.1)0 Dougluss Graham, 1 day team 3.00 C. W. Ranney. 1 day team.. SULPHUR SPRIXGS MAGISTERIAL Charley Neal, team uiul labor 19.00 contract iiu Kills lialzo, Marvin Foreman, team ou DISTRICT Xo. , SULPHUR price to work section of 5.00 9.50 road road SPRIXGS PRECINCT s. (1. (Jii3tran. ' iiny lanor daya II. F. Foreman, 1C .'e Xo. 4. Palls Smith, 6 days labor helper, less $1G.55 to W. G.G0 1. A. Ralph, 958 feet lumnnil nlinmvork S. Dean 1G.45 ber, 1913 $ 19.10 W. S. Dean, days laGeorge Leach, 4 to W. S. Dean 5.C0 Taylor Murphy, team and labor to II. F. Foreman 1G.55 GO.00 bor 50 J. H. Stewart, nails C. N. Nell. 2 days ... 2.50 Jesse Huff, repairing bridge 5.00 Douglas Graham, labor days uays W. I. Lanktoru, lift 2 In. I nop 2 ilnvs tenm 19.50 Taylor Murphy, team and lalabor, day with team 4.G5 17. C9 bor contract II. O. Awtry, 50 Will Allen, 4 days labor 6.G5 to work road iv.u Clyde Magaii, making fill G. A. Ralph, ft. near II. Thomas farm.... 8.50 Bill Murphy, 1400 dayslumber 35.00 1 'illls Baize. 1 day team and labor 1.90. 3.50 G. A. Ralph. 1.550 feet lumtaking tree out road.... Wedding. day labor .G5 38.75 Amest Huff, ber rnl Hocker, 1 day team. 1 Oscar day with team 1.50 3.50 Taylor Murphy, helper 14 dav labor 1 Tom Bossol, 4. GO days 28.00 Jess Kuykeudoll, 1 day tenm W. f. Lankford. 1 day helpdny days dnys 2.00 John Foreman, 5 er 5 labor 10.00 with team 10.50 II. team.Foreman, helper, contract R. D. Douglas. 25 F. etc. 21.00 days labor. 9. GO John Lone, C .ju P. to work section or road.. days labor 13.75 Marvin Foreman, 3 days with Murphy. 11 M. P. Romans. Samo 7.50 team 9.00 12.50 Tom Tuylor, C days with Wllnv Dnneliertv. Same. team 18.00 G. A. Ralph,& G78 ft. lumber 16.95 5.00 N. H. Keown, Samo Co., nulls, F. Renfrow 10 dnys 5.00 Duke & Murphy, II. O. Awtry. Samo etc 1.35 with team 30.00 days la George Leach, 5 1 Will Allen, days labor 1.90 b.oa Duke & Murphy, 2 days labor 4 days bor . . . 2.50 Jesse Kuykeudoll, contract . Ellis Baize, 25 team I2.u0 price to work 1 mile road . 2.50 I. F. Magan. 332 feet lumduys 0.G4 Marvin Foreman, 3 ber days W. I. Lankford. C 1 labor, day team 5.90 Murphy, days 13.00 Taylor team team 10.50 II. F. Foreman, 5 dijys helpII. D. Douglus, last payment er 10.00 5.00 13.75 Lee P. Miller, 4 days labor. on contract .75 Marvin Foreman, 8 days with 2.50 Wilbur Johnson, shopwork. Ellin Balzo. Same team , 24. 00' 2 days with 5.00 Tom Taylor, N, II. Keown. Same ' 5.00 team 0.00 Marvin Foreman, 3 days team II. O Awtrv. Samo 3 days labor 12.75 2.50 7.50 Tom Tnvlor. 2 days labor. . N. O. Rmnans, Same A. B. Wedding, nails 1.40 Roy II. Foreman, 5 days team Wiley DiMiglierty, Hame .. 12.f 2 days labor , 17,50 P. Murphy. 2 days with team 4 days labor 11.00 Douglass Graliam, 9 days la. $409.70 Total bor, 1 duy team 14.25 Taylor Murphy, helper 5 days days 11.00 Jesse Kuykeudoll, 2. day" labor team, ROSIXH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Lon Gilliam, 7.90 duy with Xo. 5, HORSE IIRAXCIL , 1,50 Will Allen, 10 days labor 12.50 team. Xo. 11. II. F. Foreman, 15 days A. B. Miller, 5 days Willi helper , .' team 31.00 lumber. 4 33 E. A. White, 10.50 L. Fentress, making till and , 8.0,0 Taylor Murphy, 3 ? days with feet road bed 1.00 team 100.00 Vomon Crowder, labor 10.50 l l G. A. Ralph, G706 ft. lumber 1G7.G2 1 duy .40 ,L. T. Barnes, lteiith. xbonwork. . . . with 1.00 2.53 team Tom Daniel, hauling lumber ;i.hi A. B. Wedding, nulls Tilford Mngan, shop work L. T. Bariien, 1 1.40 T. M. Frymlre, tenm and la ,das la- 32.00 days bor bor 1.87 Marvin Foreman, 2 P. Murphy, 4 days labor... labor Lon Roinuus, 4 ft days with 3.15 5.00 1 4.50 Bruno Frey, repair . tpfim days brldtco. . 4.00 Marvin Foreman. 1 team 3 days labor W. V. Sproule & Co.. 50 8.25 Fred Kosslnger, 2 jlays with contract price work road 20.00 Will Allen, 1 day tenm 3.00 lenm 3.75 A. B. Miller. Same 3G.0O Will Allen, 1 day labor Mulvln Renfrow, helper . . . 1.25 Taylor Murphy, 5 days helpII. W. Morton, nails 2.71 Fred Kesslnger, 0 days with 27.00 ionm er. 1 day team.. daya 13.00 II. F. Foreman, 4 C days labor helper Joy Goff, 6,25 II. O, Duke. 50 9.00 contract price to work road Lon Romans, team and la25.00 Q. A. Ralph, 4268 ft. lumber 106.70 , Douglass Graham, 2 bor, 16.25 O. A. Ralph, 2,709 feet lumdays ' ber 3.1 c 47,72 I laboc ..' Wade Baize, 5 days with 2 ., , , shovels, etc Clarence Junius, iixu, pun, ninttox ,L Vv Camp, 10 days labor. J. W. Taylor, 1,132 feet lumber C. T. Leach, 17 days tenm.. Bud Smith, 1 duy with team (1. W. Tuylor, 10 days with team . . 1G days )n- H. W. Stewart, bor . Gettle Amos, 17 days helper dny team, C. W. Crunies. 1 days labor A. Foster, 4 days with team S. W. Stewart, 18 days labor days la12 . W. Taylor, bor days labor. J. F. Beck. 3 C. F. Wallace, 10 days team Birdie Hammond, 8 days 3.25 ........ .... 1 Wedding, dynamite, caps, etc. Marvin Foreman, 1 day tet.m II. F. J''oromnn, 1 dny helper Will Allen, 1 day team . , II. F. Foremnn, 1 day helper dnys Marvin Foremnn, I tenm dayH II, F. Foreman, 1 helper A. U. 3.50 2.&0 2.00 2.5 2.l 3.75 3.00 ,....,. Tolnl SULIMICR .1, .MAGAN. ,$925.0 SPRINGS DISTRICT work on $ 1 .NO. John Whoherry, road O. A. 1 y .... .......... 1 Ralph, lumber Charley Conder, labor . ...v G. A. Ralph, GG15 ft. bridge lumber Blrt Smith, team and labor days labor Leo Medcair, 2 J. C. Magun, tenm ami labor Lon Calloway, 5 days labor D. A. Ralph, helper on rond and team Ike Clark, 1 day labor J, A. Edge, nails and hoe . . J. C. Mugau, team ami labor Bert Smith, snino II .1. Do ran, 1 day labor , J J. II. Mltchel, 5 days will) team J. E. Mltchel, team iiiiiPlnbnr Dundee Merct. Co., nails , . Ellis Liinhum, 2 duys labor days labor Jesse Clark, 7 days labor Henry Sutton, 1 G. A. Ralph, 7 days Helper team and hands G. A. Ralph, 2572 ft. lumber days labor 11. J. Dorau, 3 days J. W, Weiterlleld, 2 team to drug dayH lubor Ike Clark, 3 days labor II. J. Doran, 7 days labor Ike Clark, G Willie Tiittl, timber and lubor w .50 '.HI 9 .GO 1G5..1!) 21 2', 3.1" 10 2,. 0.2,'. 84.87 1 1 2.1 75 10.12 10 04 1 S. 15.00 15 r,n 7.74 2.50 9.37 1 87 47.50 74.311 4 37 10 00 4. 9. .1 1 l 1 1 1 days lubor Roscou Hardin, 5 14 dnys la- nor ! A. B. Wedding, shop work days Roscoe Hardin, 10 labor days la Lon Calloway, 7 bor duys la- D. C. Lewellen, 2 VI Lon Calloway, 5 l 7.44 G.:tti 5.50 1. 13.1! 9 '17 3 15 G. A. Riilph'. '5854 ft.' lumber G. A. Ralph, 19 days helper 140 :io 1G9 5C 2-- .... 1 1 1 and teams A. Edge, 50 per cent con- trnct to work road G. A. Ralph, 2 days helper G. A. Rulph 1 day 5 hrs. "helper, nnlls 50c J. W. Ralph, 1 dny team , . Clarence Tnul, I day team G. A. Ralph, 280 ft. lumber days team G. A. Rulph. 2 days lubor . . Ike Clark. 1 J. A. Raymond, 25 per cent contract to work road . , A. Ralph, 2 days team, 2 days helper X. Lanhaiu, G days team road bed $5 A. Raymond, ou contract to work road J. 21.00 4.00 3 50 3.00 3.00 7.011 ....... 7.00 1 S7 2.1 G 12 50 23 00 G.25 Total (I, OI.ATOX $1006 82 XO, 9 75 I t SULPHUR SPRIXGS DISTRICT E. Miller, team and labor days labor Ernest Ford, 1 11. C. Ford. 3 days labor J. II. Goff, 2 days with team Horace Duvlt, 3 days with team, 2 days labor J. E. Miller, helper and team H. T. Felix. 4 days with team, 3 days with band dnys with Horace David, 1 days hand team, J. E. Miller, helper, etc .. G. W. Daniel, sharpening grader blades etc J. E. Miller, 5 days team to dny helper .. grader, 1 N. G. JJouwcll, 50 per cent contract prlco J. C. Mngan, same Mac Daniel, 2 brldgo sills . . 1). C. Ford, 5 dnys labor . . Wilbur Mltchel, 7 dnys la. bor 1 J. E. Miller, grading, team and helper . . . J. C. Mngan, 25 per cent con tract to work road N. G. Boswell, same A. L. MllUr, 4 days labor R. C. Ford. 2 days labor . G. A. Ralph, 528 ft. lumber days help J. E. Miller, 5 er, nulls 50c, 7 days team N. G. Boswell, 25 per cent contract to work road . . G. C. Magan, same J. XO. '22. 50 37 00 7 50, ..., .... 12 50 40 75 17 00 ..... tC.o? .1.00 1 .... 25.00 1.00 1: 12.Pf r. ....... 9 37 74 80 12.nl) G.25 .... 5.'i2 2.50 13.20 37.75 G.25 ...'.. 12.50 3G Total Total of the District $415, ....$3258, 10 ... 3. .... ,...' ........ .... FOHDSVILLE DISTRICT XO. 7, E. ' AXD W. PRECINCTS, NO. IK AXD XO. 10. B. F. luce, ' team and lubor 38, 50 on roads 8, or Frank Roberts, same O. W. Whlllor, 9 dnys, 1 hr. teum 27. . witn Frank Roberts, helner10 21. GO dnvs. 8 lirn 1, 50 Web Stuples, I day labor . . w. 11. iieiiamy, work on bridges 2.00 C. B. Carden, materlul for 1 Uf.1 road 1 ?4 B. F. Wallace, dynamite . . 1 50 II. E. .Eskridee. V dav team 1 00 Jasper Roberts, labor Hillery Head, 4 days labor 4 00 Oscar Whltler. 1G duys, 8 nours with team 53 20 Horaco Eskrldge, team find Grant The Wilson c, labor Pollard, teams to grauer z days irutiK Murnnv. iiiimr Co., 45 70 21 00 40 G3 dynamite, 1 .... R. . J. Roberts, .... .... .... - ." hours labor 11. Whltler Arthur White, C. , sianor ,1 day . . , , William Collowut, 1 day la" bor W. D. Kirk. 5 Iirn l.il.nr . a. ai. Peckenpuugh, 1 day, 7 teum day 00 00 50 1 ,70 4 2 00 duys labor Oho White, shop work . , , . Frank Roberts, 1G days,' 3 2 00 ,60 ' The Wilson Co.,' dynamite and nails '. ., H. D. Loyd, 404 ft. lumber hours helper .,.. 30 ,60 . ...,,, '2 ,75 ' '8 ,08 , Continued ou 9th page, , 'h ; . . . BRADLEY WILSON EMPLOYED TO ORGANIZE Kewv Burlcy Society Will A Happy Home Mrs. James 1'. Hummltt, No. 100C Ennt Klslith St., JlUBcntlne, Iowa, (Read What Pcruna Did) writes: ny Dc, yonn tliat 111 cidc On Cut Out. , I wna Induced to kIvo Tcruna a nnd found very quickly that It uas helping me. ".Mv lioaltlt was no mlsoralilo for I was imictlcnlly nn Invalid. o 'mil no family, owing to health. i am Lexington, Ky., March 2C. Pronow well of the Iftiol visions for it cut-ou- t v, and crop of tobacco nro contained In u twitntlvc jiIpiIku, to lie suliniltt'mi to Happy. thu planter of the state, considered Wo have luro Thursday by tho directors of tho Tobacco Growers' association in an A Baby session behind closed doiiM, Boy in their offlcs In the I'heonlx hotel. Tito pIcilKo will be definitely deHe is our termined upon at a fecond nieetltiK ' first and of the directors here April S. Other himHIoiih of the pledKo provide that the association shall act as child. twills to "Krado hell or warehouse" thu tobacco of the association nieiu- "1 am tww welt and happy. Wo ' b'THhlp: siiall borrow money on tho have a baby boy, which we bellevi! li the direct consequence of my warehoused tobacco, tho amount of liealth. Hu M our first and CO per cent, of the appraised value to only child, and If I'cruna had not be advanced to the grower. The as cured me of my ailments wo should Hocintlon will receive for Its services ' never have had him I hope every u(TcrInc woman will give I'cruna a. nu amount not to exceed oue-huof inni. me same us I have." 1 per cent of tho sum of what tobacco Thoio who object to liquid madl-ican new procure Pruna Tab-latmay be noljl for. Ilrudlcy Wilson of Owensboro, was employed- as maniiKer of the organisation department of the unsocial Ion out by the streams which flow created today, The directorate was through them; also 'that mountains divided into three committees. J. W. throughout tho earth have been Stout was elected i treasurer of the made first by an upheaval of a portion of the earth's crust, nnd second, association. by this prooess of washing out huge trenches or valleys across tho upA cure for Sour Stomach. Mrs. Wm. Jl. Thompson, of Hattle heaved area. Concerning Yum pit and "1 have been Green rlvers.thu .mention arises, Did Creek, Mich., writes: Irubled with Indigestion, sour stom- they list before tho mountain area ach and bad breath. After taking was upheaved, and was the upheaval two Imttli-- of riinniberlaln'a Tablets so gradual that they were able to 1 am well. These tablets are splun-- ! asli their valleys deeper as fast as tlld none better." Kor sale by all the upheaval progressed, or did the long before in upheaval take placo dealers. these rivers were formed, and were How A Valley Anil A .Mountain the mountains burled under sand ItiuiKc Were Made. and silt before these streams acquirThe United States Geological Sur- ed their present courses? rey is making Investigations which The report referred to sets forth only mean direct returns of dollars much evidence gathered by the aunnd cents to the country but nlso thor and others which has a bearing iiolvc numerous scientific problems on these questions, and from this or indirect though large economic evidence It n pears that the mountain Importance. This Is shown by numer- range long antedates the river valous contributions to pure science leys, and that it was completely particularly by the series of articles buried under great deposits of sand started within the last year or two, and bilt before Yampa river came inentitled "Shorter contributions to to existence. The evidence tends to genera) geology." One of the latest show that when first formed these of 'this series Professional Paper streams flowed across a flat high DO-entitled "The History of n plain under which were burled the Portion of Yampa Hlver, Colorado, mountains of hard rock. In the nnd Its Possible Hearing on That of course of geologic nges the streams Green Klver." by B. T. Hancock, have washed away the sand and silt dis- from the suroundlug country, leavJust published by the Survey cusses how Yampa Itlver, in Colorado ing the mountains of hard rock standand the mountains which It crosses ing ns they nre today. Because of the were formed. unyielding nature t of the Tocks in Tho most remnrkable feature of the mountains, the valleys are there whereas, this valley and Green River valley, narrow and canyoii-llkc- , of which it is a tributary, is that outside the mountains where the they completely transect high moun- materials underlying tho surface ranges wero more easily washed, tho 'valleys tains. In other mountain Btreams rise near tho crest and flow art' broad and tho streams have outward, hut the Yampa and Green Hllght full. It therefore appears that flow from the outside into and across the mountains In this region arc far geologists have older than the streams and valleys Now mountains. shown that most valleys ure simply which cut through them. A copy of tho report may be ob- enlarged gullies which in thousands of years have been gradually washed tallied free on application to tho Dl- r ' rector of the Geological Survey, Washington, 1). C. I all-da- y I i ' lf A f ni a, ! FEN FROM 45 to 55 TESTIFY To theMerit of Lydia of Life. " I was passing Westbrook, Me. through the Change of Life ond had in, ji.iins in my duck und side and was so weak I could hardly do my housework. I have taken Lydia I E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound and it has done me a lot of good. I will reo commend your to my friends and give you permission to publish my testimonial." Mrs. Lawrence Martin, 12 King St, Westbrook, Maine. Manston, Wis. "At the Change of Life I suffered with pains in my bade and loins until I could n6t stand. I also Lad night-sweaso that the sheets would be wet I tried other medicine tut got no relief. After taking ono hot-H- e of Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound I began to improve and I continued its use for six months. Tho s and hot pains left me, the flashes grew less, and in one year I was a different woman. I know I have to thank you for my continued good health ever since." Mrs. M. J. Bkownell, Mansion, Wis. The imcci'BS of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo Compound, made from rooti in such cases. and herbs, is unpnrr-lleleIf you wont special odilc write to lydia E. PinUiam Medicine Co. (coull- s&utlal) Ljini, Jlufcu. Your loiter ulll W opened, read and mikwred ly weauiii, aud held iu strict coulldcuct. , E.Pink-harn- 's Vegetable Compound during Change wlv t to Yields Quickly Sloan's. You cun't prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but you can stop It almost Immediately. Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the sore Joint or muscle penetrates In a few minutes to tho Inflamed spot that causes the pain. It soothes the hot, tender, swollen feeling, nnd in a very short time brings a relief that is almost unbellovable until you experience it. Get a bottlo of Sloan's Uum?nt for 25c. of nny Druggist and have It in tho house against Colds. Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back If not satisfied, hut It, does give almost instant re2 lief. IthcttmutlMii -- . med-icin- Mutual. "Why don't you get rid of that mule?" "Well, suh," answered Erastus Plnkley, "I hates to give in. If I was to trade dat mule off, ho'd regard He's been It as a personal victory. tryln' foh de las' six weeks to get rid o' me."- Washington Star. flood for a Cough or Cold. When you have a cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to get rid of it with jlhe least possible dolay. There are many who consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. Mrs. J. Horoff, Hilda, Ohio, suys, "Ever slnco my daughter Ruth was cured of a severe cold and cough by Chainberluln's Cough Remedy two years ago, I have felt kindly disposed toward the manufacturers of that preparation. I know of nothing so quick to relievo a cough or cure a cold." For sale by ull m dealers. Nothing Ho ts ' night-sweat- - t To .States cloth oual In quality nnd RF .style and durability to any fabric Ibid Howls. If any farmer will take a few min- Imported from abroad. Second, the utes ho will realize that he himself emphatic conclusion that American M' Is paying each year an enormous j producers of woolen textiles cannot S3 IKf tax or toll to bad roads; and It is u hope to compcto with the cheaper m tax which not only dons not yield labor of Kuropo to nny considerable tfft any return at nil, but docs himself extent In tho markets of the world. IK On these points President Wood, und his property a positive harm. M. Will help parents develop their sons into IK-Suppose uo take a man who pro- fwho knows, if nny man knows, the ;. perty is asscsetl at $1,000. Under the trutn or tho matter, says: the best type of citizens and Christian proposed bond issuo If the maximum There Is enough nnd probably rate ho is charged 35 cents on tho more than enough, woolen machinery gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-tere- d $100 worth of property his road In this country to supply nil the wants and comes from the best homes iiv m tax for the year will he $3.50. of the American people. There Is no A men who owns $1,000 worth necessity for tho Importation of nny the South. Its capacity is limited, thereof property usually has a team of woolen goods. Of late years Amcri- fore, reservations should be made early. two horses or mules. Say this man Jcan mills have made wonderful Im m lives five milts from market and provement In tho-flngoods manuw. Place your son in this select gioup o makes one trip a week during tho facture, and competent authority year. He tisunly makes more than jr.altnlns that so far ns popular boys. Write this. In going to the market over the priced fabrics aro concerned Amcrl- mi present system of roads he cun only jcan cloths are superior In quality haul one fourth of tho amount which jnntl durability to slmular fabrics !K ho can haul oVra good road. It 'from lhirope a very gratifying sit IK For catalogue and information. BoxxA. takes him from one to threu hours uation. There has been no gain or longer to go and return from market advantage to tho American people than It would over a good road; so as a whole because of Increased Imthat one each trip wc will say that portation of European woolen goods, ho loses three hours for himself and made possible by tho new Tariff beteam In going to market nnd carries cause of cheaper labor costs abroad; only half n load. Thus he would (hut these Increased Importations have to make two trips in order have been a serious Injury to all to get the amount to market which American wool manufacturers. be would carry over a good road After n determined effort to sell with ono trip, and on tho two trips our fabrics iu the open markets, of ho would loso six hours. Now any the world we hnve been forced man and team is worth at least 30 conclusion Hint as a general procents an hour. Iu some pluces they position wc nre unablo to compete are now charging 40 cents an hour with the low wage labor of Europe. Then six hours lost at 30 cents an Certain few special fabrics can bo ij..m t hour is $1.80, which each farmer sold abroad at times, but there Is t-i K practically loses In each trip when not the volume of business available he markets his his produce. Averag- to us to encourage tho belief that ing his trips throught the mud dur- we can become a factor In the exi ing the year at 20 would make his port of cloth to European countries. tax to bad roads 3(1.00, which is Our efforts must, therefore, be diU FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN' about what he average farmer pay- rected to securing to ourselves the All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors ing taAes on $1,000 worth of pro- market of the United States, the " " from Iho foundation perty loses during the year. In actual best and greatest market in existime Tho only compUto collection in xUtenc lime on himself aud bins team and, tence. Pictures of all Presidents of the United States. fromWash-Inctto Wilson. Hags of all Nations In colors. 1hetry loss of time in not being able to latest Kentucky MapshowlnR Countlcj.towiis.rallroads.Coiy-errsslonIt will be seen that in respect of districts, etc. Latest Kent Jict-- Cen.uj. carry a full load, to say nothing of woolen fabrics this country is induscompletemapoftheUnltedfatatcs. the wear und tear on his team and trially independent of the rest of world. Inthellistoricat Kentucky ricetchls gUenpresent ttae. oi the bute to the statistics from the f harness and vehicle, the lack of op- the world. Thero is no need that a It induJea! AU State Officials. Executive Department. All r Departments of the State Government vnin uiecau.u. "- portunity of attending church when single dollar's worth of foreign cloth desired, the impossibility of his be Imported. Under adequate protecKentucky uoarasana wmi vuv" salaries. Political Committees and Organizations of tim children reaching school regularly, tion not a dollar's worth would be 0 kate. Kentucky United .States Senator. Kentucky CUel justices. Sneakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional and the lack of opportunity for car- Imported. American ' labor would Railroad Commission rs. Senatorial Districts. Districts. rying on tlie social intercourse which supply Counties 01 Kentucky, uen maue ana irom all American requirements. AU of tho Vital Statistics of Kentucky is necessary to the life of every huThe public would do its own work. man being. , This unique and valuable Atlas is free Then, as Abraham Lincoln put it, to all Evening Post subscribers. If not Another tax he pays to bad roads "we should have both the goods and now a subscriber, tend $3.00 for a full Is that in case of severe illness it is year's subscription, or $2.00 for a sue the money." What sensible and papractically Impossible to obtain a triotic citizen would deny the great months' subscription by mail. doctor In any reasonable time, so desirability of such a consumma- f ..... 3 .S.k ..!.. avw BV Bill Ml. I Only, and not throaah crrUr that his family Is constantly run- tion? OUR SPECIAL COHBINATIOH OFFER: ning a risk of losing their lives in Practical common sense, business $3.00 case of emergency because of the Dsilr Evaninc Past, ana yatr ' ST ttJSO w.n Ckul ..- - -physical Impossibility of getting a sense, characterizes the judgement of - SI.OCmL 1 Vr II.rfli.nl TJnnuriltS'Sm. , 4A.b.Uft.4 physician there within a reasonable President Wood on 'the subject of fr'K ALL THREE FOR - -,- fl time over the' poor roads. All these export trade. Industrial producers latter phrases cannot be reckoned in had best devote their attention and LfHfl dollars and cents. Joseph II. Pratt, their talents to the recapture of the great domestic market of 100,000,- state geologist of N. Carolina. i oj io pyai 000 consumers and stop chasing the jr von I)?U:?J i gnus fatuus of a foreign trade from ,vIU il tJr) rl '.. ;i;o Jyo : Stomach Trouble Cured. which they are shut out by higher Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., wages and greater production cost. writes, "For sometlme I suffered A hundred million Americans at I would have home are, as consumers, worth more from stomach trouble. sour stomach and feel bloated after than half a hllllon of foreigners in eating. Nothing benefited me until any other part of the world. "DoI got Chamberlain's Tablets. After mestic trade is true king; foreign It you are not familiar with Lii;iU- taking two bottles of them' I was trade is a braggart." cott's you are doing yourself &ad cured." For sale by all dealers, m 5J the publishers an Injustice. A .Sluggish Liver Needs Attention. OXK STAR Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Let your Liver get torpid and you W. II. Mhddox. Admr. &c Pl'ff., AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IN are In for a spelj of misery. Everyvs. BOND body gets nn attack how and then. Delivered anywhere In Geo. M. Maddox, et al., Deft. the middle West or East or Thousands of people keep their LivUy virtue of a judgment, and order ers active and healthy by using Dr. any placo in Kentucky for only of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, King's New Life Pills. Fino for tho rendered at the Februury Term, Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, Either in Four Full Quarts 1915, In the above cause for tho pur- Constipation, llilliousness and Indi"The Standard Fiction Magazine? or Gallon Glass Jugs. pose of applying tho proceeds to pay- gestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c. of America" Old Quality Is as pure and ment of cost and debts of decedent at your Druggist. 2 mellow as Whisky can be and the remainder to be paid to thu NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR made. Distilled from the finest parties herein ns their interest may KqualilitK Matters. selected grain, assuring that appear, I will offer for salo by PubIn the testimony brought out In 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a- - Year wonderful aroma found only in lic Auction at the Court House door the trial of Donu M. Roberts, Demoi good Whisky that is pure iu Hartford, on Monday, tho 5th day cratic mayor of Terre Haute, Ind., ((Tho first magazine to orlnatstoa-p". especially suitablo for family of April, 1915, about one o'clock idea of publishing a complot? who Is charged with election frauds, or medicinal purposes. in., upon a credit of six months the tho following was brought out: novel In each number.)-Get our complete price list. following described property, t: "Ono of tho fellows who woro Special prices made in quanA house and lot in the town of busy repeating In Precinct A. Sixth A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPT! tities. Rockport, Ohio County, Kentucky, ward, was a colored mnn, BRINGS YOU bounded as follows: Being and lying who voted eight times in tho pre& Co. P. R. on Main Street south of and adjoin- cinct; one time ho came with a peg 75- - Sirw. 12 Great Comple'to Novels Mail Order Department. ing S. and M. J. Hold's; running S. leg; another time he wore a cork SS Stories. , 60 Timely Articles. Owensboro, Ky. G4 feet with Mulu St. to corner of leg; tho third time without anything Striking Poems. 200 Pages oJ Jltw-mo- r. P. R. Lancaster & Co., alley, and running E. with said alley strapped to his leg; the fourth time, Owensboro, Ky. 132 feet to Long St; thence N. with an Iron extension leg; another time Enclosed find Gentlemen: Long St. 54 feet to S. and M. J. Reld's with one crutch; one time for the , for which send me, ex$ Llpplncott's la enjoying a bis s" corner; thence W. and S. and M. J. purpose of deception ho woro glasspress prepaid, qts.j Thousand T rival of popularity. Reld 132 feet to Main St., the be- es." gals. Old Quality 1 Star. new readers have been addeft t its, being same property ginning, and Nothing unfair about this. Roberts Name subscription list during the pt conveyed to Geo. M. Maddox by W. was merely endeavoring to equalize Express Ofllce few months, and Us circulation day the Democratic treatment of tho neB. Gardner and wife on the lGth Postofflco Increasing rapidly. of September, 1890, and which 'deed gro. Iu view of the fact that not one Cut Out and Mall Now. County negro in eight Is allowed to vote Is of record in tho Ohio Clerk's oftlce, Deed Book No. 10, south of the Ohio, the Terre Haute HOW TO REDUCE THE page 193, or sufficient thereof to pro- apostle of Jeffersonlan democracy COST OF GOOD READING duce the sums of money ordered to doubtless believed that It was only mmmA a OVER 6S YEARS' be made. fair for one negro to vote eight y EXPERIENCE Send for The purchaser will be required to times In the North. National Reexecute bond with approved security publican. Uppincott's "Little BtoTtef 3 Immediately after sale. Bargains' This 17th day of March, 1915. Whooping Cough. B. E. BIRKHEAD, New Edition Just Published for ttes Well everyone knows the effect ' Tradc Marks Master Commissioner. 4 Season of Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr. Bell's Designs Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. rniviiir.tjT In is a remedy which SENT FREE UPON nEQUE?r and description Bias Quickly brings quick relief for Whooping tif win, our. oi'iniou (rvawbctber au Domestic Trade the True King. liiTehlUn Is frobablr paftninhla. CnmmuuU-n- . j.B.LirriNCOTTCOMrJiKir lions urialT.oniWfliitluL HANDBOOK on 1's.ttuui Two points of interest stand out Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes itniliM. otkist SL'iiicjr for Miuriuff patents. 1'aicui takcu tlirnuvb Muiiu 4 CJ.fcelrt washinoton sQ.tr. am PHiiAairtcv In the report of President William tho lining of the throat and lungs lutba lr(4juo(tc,.iilt!ioulctiarea, i M. Wood at the recent annual meet- and makes the coughing spells less Scientific A family with growing chilWoolen Co. severe. ing of the American To Prevent Blood PoI.snIae . A hsndsomelr llliiitrstix) wecilr. largest clr First, as to the ability of American dren should not bo without It. Keep rulmloii ii( Ivnnt.f a apply at once the wonderful old rtliahfe Cec tiOlilbjuUI neHkdrulor;. KlKTliK'S ANTISEPTIC HKALINO 01L.aar-gicfactories to turn out all the cloth it handy for all Coughs and Colds. re its l.iur ilouU'i.IL dressing that relieves pain and hca!a a 2 the entire population of the United 25c. at your Druggist. the lame lime. Vox a lialmtet tSc.SOc.aJ.A;: Tnx Tho Acmkc Farmer Pujh HIILMBIIHEISE? Vanderbilt Training School for Boys I I I ELKTON, KY. m m m m w m o m m MSTHENEY & BATTS m m ik MlMIHHinMMltt&' to-th- wwlf:rM. . .5.'-JVJ- "" on Wri tu'ton"',?;,1,! al ound-itio- imvm. m ..,. ,.. ai. " 1 t' "Old Quality LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE $3.00 Per Gallon i to-wl- one-legg- Lancaster - LV To-da- naiiRii 1913-191- Jtotericati, al 1 unemployment In nny pnrt of tho ' United Stntes, according io Cousins, editor of tho American glvo tfnt.tfi"! nrrotMnx to law t the PiirtiiBlw Banker. Mr. Cousins does not Monday. Hctror'i. K.T.. n innll mntttr o( thi" cuml this merely as nn expert opinion, In j Italy All the Alpine troops of the ex cathedra fnshlon. Ho gives facts and figures to show that so far as first category, born in 1SS3, have C. VI. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor the United States Is concerned tho been called to the colors by the Ital ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Influence of tho war "has been stlm-- . Ian War Department for forty-flulatlng beyond nil precedent." llut days. The official military Jouru..' atl to-- It was unnecessary for him to re- also calls to tho colors all artlllcr Address nil communications mind us of this fact. Secretory Iled- - nnd engineer reserve officers for sixt' Che Ilartlord Republican. fleld has been making exultant re days from April 1G, A lnrgcly-n- t ports of the enormous increnso in tended meeting was held In Rome by NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS exports. While mamtfac-- 1 those who favor tho taking of Trent, ! .Ik... .I..t.lh. Vu imtwP knt til fl llW American of war supplies contribute to Trieste nnd Dalmatla, and n resolufl,lJre.inu.tpiveti1eoi.imidfe..inmlii.iiit1Jtures the total, there has been nn Increase tion was adopted requesting the GovwquMt. au niong the line. Tho exports of ernment fo "regain by arms the fronv : iiMf..r ..-a ,',l'";,",",V;,;:;',r";Tll,nl: foodstuffs have reached proportions tiers of Italy." Troops were necesto cause some alarm. .Nor Is thero sary to preserve order. in HdTnmr. .! iwiiD.. live, imt otLr prospects of a falllngoff. Even should lor uprvio-iNitiCbarih tnrcUndTirtiM'iiifntH, ,v- per line. China Tito negotiations between it10 . Dardanelles bo opened and an HI rnwlv.. no . . oiutuiuikiitloii Auouymou Pnoaln'a wlmnl thus :if- - China nnd Japan have reached a perttrntU'li forded, there would, as Mr. Cousins ilous point for China. The conferpoints out, be no reduction In the ence failed to agree upon the ques-- 3 ...... demand for American products. In tions of Japanese immigration to CMQ.torla.i--- . - fact, such opening would provide n Manchuria, and the tHany-chpin- g market heretofore closed to Ameridemands. can goods. KIUIUY, A1MUI, U. That Industrial depression had Iluln The battles for the. Carstruck this country long before the pathian passes continue with extreme noflag now-boNobody salutes our European war began was a matter violence passes contlnuo with exexcept the Delglans. of general knowledge. The president treme violence. The Russians, who had offered is naive explanation as recently gained possession of Dukla The bad road tax Is the greatest which he Is com- to its psychological" character, but Pass, arc pressing for the possession tax on the farmer this did not Impress the men nnd of the heads of railroads running pelled to pay. i women who had, been thrown out of Into Hungary. employment. In the great industrial As yet no one seems Inclined to was so marked the Tui key Trawlers continue their tackle Morrow for the Republican centers was situation in reflected the election that it operations in the Darnomination for governor. return in November. The great Agri- danelles. The Turks opened fire on A recent Issue of the Commoner cultural sections of the country had them, but were silenced by the warcontained 32 pages, 2S pages of Just begun to feel the effects of a ships. Heavy firing was heard In the l which were devoted to speeches of home market which had been hurt direction or tne uuir or saros. by reduced buying power and also Mr. Bryan. by importation of products from othGerman (tcrinany submarines ' Among the names being mention- er lands, when the war created a de- were active to the south of Ireland, ed for the Republican presidential mand which counteracted these ten- and it is believed the Fallahe was nomination Fairbanks seems to strike dencies. But for the war the rebuke sunk. Distress signals came from of the national administration would several steamers in the same vicinity. a popular chord in this locality. have been as severe in the West as Other counties are going to out- in the East. Tuesday. class Ohio on the road question unriiKlund Upward of 130 lives It may be asked, in view of the less we vote a bond issue in the near stimulating effects of the war on were lost in the sinking by German future in order to connect up with American industries, why there Is not submarines of the African liner their macadam lines. greater prosperity. The bank stateand the Britisli steamer Aguila. and file of the Republi- ments suggest the explanation. The The Falaba was torpedoed in St. The rank money, which George's Channel, and carried a crew forward all their strength to force! cans and Progressives in Louisville banks are glutted with get together. There is abundant is not being loaned on long terms of ninety and about ICO passengers. will Nobody except Democratic poloticians1 and of this total only 140 were res' passes, wnicn ciions aru risuiims evidence of that. If Messrs. Vance, Holt and one or two others has any confidence in the future as cued. The Aguila was sunk off the. m bathes of extreme violence, Axton, long as the Democratic party is in coast of Ireland by German subma-Insist upon running themselves for Twenty-thre- e power. Right or wrong, It is consid- - rine of the crew offices and voting for each othFl.imceFrcncli airmen have been State ered hostile to business and all the and three passengers were lost. The ,)usv ,,roppInB bomb3 on the Germans er, there Is no way to prevent it, we presume, and they will be welcome rhetoric of the president and his cab Dutch steamer Amstel was blown upl ,helr pogltlou8 , nclglum and inet officials cannot overcome the off Flamborough Head by a mine, .. ...... ... aua.ww. Thomr. to all the fun to be gotten out of general ieenng. it is tins condition tne crew escaping, uepiying 10 a .... i"D nifcw..J II UUtT-- . ..., tV r.....-,n- . such a race. . tn- 1..1...11 i i i .i i i i " KI.ILUJU ilL Gfta LUU J 1.1 111.141 i' wnicn lias moveu even uio iwrao- - deputation irom tne ouipuuimera lavIatlon caInp at havo been thus who asked jbombardeJ( nI)(, Amster,ian, reports We have received a number of com- crutic niemoers oi uongress, wnoni .employing feneration, mendatory letters on the editorial of Senator Stone recently scolded, to that total prohibition be enforced a considerable loss of lift? among the last week dealing with the Repub- predict the election of a Republican while the war lasts, David Llyod- - German soldiers near Thourout as a George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, lican race for governor. It is pretty president next year. of these operations. isald that the Cabinet would consider result vell settled now that the effort to To the rubllc. the question of prohibition carefully. bring out opposition to Morrow, In V.KK For HatcliiiiK. 's Having bought out Black & order to cause trouble, has failed. Will carry two pens barred PlyLivery, Transfer and Freight Turkey Tlie Husslan Black Sea In the mean time the Morrow boom mouth Rocks this year. gathers impetus and begins td look business, I kindly solicit your pa- fleet is bombarding the forest of the First pen headed by First Pen tronage. Prompt attention given to Bosporus, and the Baltic fleet lins like it is time for the usual motion, Poultry Cypher's from Cockrel oy moueru liguiing all orders. neen "to make it unanimous." you come to Hartford be units, according to Petrograd official Farm, New York. Second pen headWhen ed by First Pen Cockrel from GoshIt Jooks almost as embarrassing for sure to stop nt my stable for feed reports. Mine sweepers are at work en Poultry Farms. First pen eggs, S. E. BENNETT, In the Dardanelles. Senator .Jameg as Editor Knott, with or hitch. $1.00 per 13 eggs. Second pen, "." 37t4 Hartford, Ky. the present Held of Democratic cents per l." eggs. Oarpa-tliiuRussia The battles in the for governor to Select from. Al.o will be able to furnish day-ol- d are proceeding with Increased The race will be between Stanley and Henri .Vction Restored A(ir Man is ' chicks at l.'c apiece. violence, the Russians being In posPronounced Dead. McChesney. Stanley is impossible for J. C. ILER. ' Boston, March 30. After Wlllnrd , session of the western passes and .,7tf Jarae3 for more than one reason. Hartford, Ky. Senator Jmnes support- -' O. Wallace, of Pittsburg, an aliened .pdvnnclng into Hungary, Imagine. tr Jng a State-wid- o candidate for ioittVsseil hwiiiilleCi who took poison 1'imii Ku- Sale. Weiinesilsiy. if Kentucky. Still it seeni3 ill I'hu city prison today, had been T.C acres a miles East of About Russia Chief Inl crest now centers probable that condition may con- pronounced dead, Ills heart action on Hartford and Cromwell Hartford . was restored by massage and lie lived in the Russian campaign In the Car- road, 1 Vi miles from pike. Four front him. condition thiee pathians, which is generally recogan unconscious in EverStanley's reputa- hours more before he was again de- nized aa one of the most Important room cottage In good repair. lasting water at residence. Two movements of the war. Troops from tion as a lawyer lias suffered some- clared dead. barns, 'tobacco rtiid stock. Plenty of what from tho press reports of the Wallace was on Ills way to court Prezemysl have been brought up to peaches and apples. All hill land, passes Inelection crook trials now being held to answer charges of larceny by false aid tho eflorts to force the PossesOfficial but In very good condition. This nuiy be some drafts on banks ut New Orleans, San to tho plains of Hungary. Rt Indianapolis. sion nny time. Terms reasonable. dark scheme of Haley, Rhea and com- Francisco and Portland, Ore., when reports on the operations ho far are Apply to BARNETT & SON, pany to injure his prospects for tho he told an inspector that ho hnd conflicting. Republican Office, Democratic gubernatorial nomina- swallowed poison. After hospital Hartford, Ky. 23tf tion. It isitoo bad that a man who physicians had worked over the man i L'nlteil States The note of tho Great 1, gave up a good Job, in quest of anoth- fA Ull IIWMt, HI" ,. .1 .!., ,.a,i i,i, ,i,n,i 'United States Government to Hi. J HVV.M. HI .,.1.. IIVUI., er and lost, cannot earn an honest no heartbeat being porcoptible nnd Britain asking for an explanation of declaring n penny without having his motivos Im- turned the body over to the medicinal tho ' has pugned. tnl blockndo on Germany ... booncwhen, by mm to Anumssunur It was nine minutes later ' After we olect a Republican Presto the British Foreign Office tho modlcal examiner's permission, llvored A protest has been prepared ident and Congress in 191G it will Dr. William H. Brlckley. of tho take one year to clean up the idle hospital staff, began a trial or man- also to bo sent Germany In regard factories and pass a Turitr law that ual massage. An incision five Inchen to tlie William P. Frye case. nnd laprotects Americun Indu-strlein length wits made and thru this bor. It will take us another year 1o Dr. Brlckley thrust hl Imlul and Allied Fleet News of the renowe'd' getto running under thoprovisions of gently massaged tho liOart. bombardment of tho forts In tho DarSunday has Just been re-- , n new Tariff, and two yearn more to In fifteen nilnull'd tho color of tho danelles on country where it was when man's A report received by way of Kit tho face changed from purplo to celved. Wilson was elected. But you need roil and heart action was onco more Berlin states that no Impression has liave no fur; u will have It to our apparent. Willi constant massaging boon made on tho defenses by tho flro l'rices to suit tho times. former prosperous times. 1'erryvillo by eight members of the hospital staff of tho warships. All kinds of repair work Mo.) New Republican Era. working in relays, life was maintainTliui-hday- . hours. given prompt and oaroftil The Executivo Committee of the ed for three England Two German submaWhen urrested last night Wallace Kentucky Press Association recently Engoff tho coast of attention. In Ament's was allowed to keep about ?200 In rines, operating fixed the annual meeting for Olympast few days, have possession. Tills he spent on din- land during tho old stand, across street pian Springs, June 14. 1'lie Hepuo-llpa- n ills steamers, himself und four men who added two moro British Statu platform convention con- ners for and Crown of Castile, In nearby cells. "I've tho Flumlnlan Irom Barnes Bros. Give venes at Lexington Juno IB. Tills, were confined victims. Thero was had a high old time for tho lust fow to their list of would keep most Republican editors The question relatmen call. ALL WORK months. I don't like to stop," ho is no loss of llfo. from attending the Association meeting to drink, which Is nlleged to be coll attendants. GUARANTEED. When tho attention of Col. said to havo told the ing. delivery of war mapolice suy that Wallace had causing delay in II. Gains, Chuirmau of the Ex- - I. Tho , , John i n. r r ....-conflic- - terials, Is. arousing public uttentlon iti!- t, wutlvo Committee, was called to this .ce" wnouw,Howard and S. H. Con- - In London. King George, in a letter cock, Claude at at onco took steps to rem- emphasizes the neTo Lloyd-Georgedy it. The date for tho Press Asso- - "" taking some action to stop cessity of elation will no doubt be changed to cxcesslvo drinking and says lie is willExpert Jeweler and Osteopathy. example. June .7. Optician, Dr. G. 11. Dockery, whoso ofllco is ing to Bet tho at Beaver Dam, will bo In Hartford Wut- - Not a Good Keus. Dam, Ky. Husslu The Germans aro at a The Euronean war can no longer every Monday, Wednesday nnd Frl- standstill in North and Central Pol- treat pa dull-(da- y of each week nnd will be utilised ns a scapegoat for 37tt and, while tlie Russians are putting liurd times and tlcuts at their homes. nefis, depression, H triiord Republican. i LATEST MR NEWS"F Easter cessitie tnriirwraresgiBiMU!aiMi .tf.miEa fcJ tTOCOH I i -.- i - - Can easily be supplied at this s(ore. Complete outfits ready to put on can be had for men and women. Suits and Coats for Ladies, Men and- Boys. Ladies' Waists and Skirts. Ox 7aim' ..- - dy -- fords for the whole family. Fashions latest decree in Spring Millinery. Hats of the latest shapes for men and boys. Shirts, Collars and Neckwear for Men and Boys. In fact, there is nothing you could desire for an Easter parade that can't de foun inour stock. x. mine-sweepi- It will be our pleasure to show you the nice new things for Easter. Fa-la- k lll-llf E. P. Barnes (L Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. 1 Notice to Builders I When in Louisville i S. STOP AT Carpenters and Contractors We in ui- prt-iiim- - !.. i I i .. i m - .hi .,i.ii,..,lm. ECKERT'S 1 5th Avenuie l to fill jour w.uits I Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. . . turioiis kinds of IliiildhiK Materliil, at prices that will intft jour approval. Wrlt us for prices on an Wo inuko thiiiK Birk-head- ECKERT, Mar. jou need. quirk estimates. I ?1 Up. European Plan 2 i i t Fordsfle Planing Mill Company (Incorporated) I . es New Millinery A KI-- : WILSON, Mm. - Fordsvillc, Kentucky Latest Styles We trim J I We Knock the Spots Out of Things gov-'ernf- - at to suit tlie i I Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Sond us your Garments and Havo- Tliem individuaj, and expect to merit vour trade bv U'Olllpt attention find suporior 'oods. Call to see us. CLEANED CLEAN Packages culled for and dclhered. MISS POPPfE WALL KV. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. I vn Null, I'riip. i,. 1 IIAItTI'OItl), HAiriTOIll), ICi:.NTl'CU. Order-in-Counc- , il iw NEW to-da- JEWELRY I 1 il Special Prices on Pianos and Organs On j- - STORE - e, R. W. KING, Beaver I I I I I I account of being overstocked at this time, we arc offering special induce- ments to those wishing to purchase. SECOND SECOND-HAN- D I 8 HAND PIANOS $50 AND UP UP ORGANS $15 AND I I Daniel-Samue- ls Music Company OWENSBORO, KY. I I EASTER ACCESSORIES! ma- Bid. J. S. Drrni, of Clinton, Ky., will begin a meeting at tho Christian church Beaver Dam, Ky., April 11th 1915, Bvcrybody cordially Invited, The trial of Charles Fulkcrson, cnargeti vun carrying concerned weapons, was continued by Judge WIIhou yesterday until April 7th. for anything In Groceries call on It. L. liever & Co. Alno handle White Seed and Kccd OatB. Seed or Bating Potatoes, and all kinds of Garden 3713 Seed. We will pny 15c dozen In trado or 13c cash for Bggs Friday and Saturday, and 'Ji'c a pound for GOOD Yellow Uutter. ILBIt & BLACK. .lust received two carloads of Jones Brand of Fertilizer. Have any analysis you may call for. Will sell on same terms wo have nlways sold on. Your patronage solicited. ! ANOTHER SOCIALIST ANSWERS TINSLEY N&t memmm.wammmmim Wlieii You Come to Socialism But Pauperism Worst Things Wc Have. 0WENSB0R6 Do Your We are prepared to stfow you a splendid line of including Millinery, 'cafejL terials for Easter wear, the newest in Silks, Woolen and Wash material, Gloves, w. e. .'J. Hartford Republican. The Produce Men. Hosiery, Neckwear, Slipuse need Painting Does your-hoPointing? If so, let me paint It. pers, Etc. Special attention and care taken with Inside work. Work done by the day We appreciate beyond Prices reasonable. Sator contract. isfaction guaranteed. Estimates furexpression your presence nished free. CLARENCE CASEBIEIl, our Millinery Opening 3814 Hartford, Ky. Itlutk Minorca s from J. D. Russell's and the way our orders Eggs, from pen 1, best matings. $1.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1.00. White are pouring in shows to Wyandottes from L. E. Whitsltt's you appreciate us and J!r3. Tom Hoyden's best blood. Eggs $1.00 per IB. Castrating nnd our big showing and also An Empire Dresi In Military other Veternary Surgery carefdlly L. T. BARNARD. performed. Simplicity our styles assures us 3Ctf It. F. D. 4, Hartford, Ky. Two McCall Patterns McCall driigm which are among The revlvaPscrvlces which have the Co made or April. and values are correct. been held at tho Baptist church for the past ten days, closed Wednesday You will find, both in our Millinery and Dress night. Willie no great rovlval re Goods Department, courteous and capable salessulted tho Pastor, Rev. Pettle, has delivered some very able sermons ladies to assist you in your selection. McCall which have been heard by large and attentive audiences and no doubt 'carried in stock. Visit us and rememmuch good will rsult from the meeting. ber THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE The Eighteenth District ConvenTHAT SAVES YOU MONEY. tion of the Christian church, comprising churches of Breckenrldge, Butler, Daviess, Hancock, McLean, Muhlenburg and Ohio counties, will convene with tho Hartford Christian April 7th. A church Wednesday, large attendance and attractive program Is expected. The public will be welcome. The following Hartford"pcople attended the. ball game at Central City between Columbus and Milwaukee: J. C. Casebler, W. S. Tinsley, Smith Fred Hoover, W. C. Blankenship, Cooper, J. C. Her, E. P. Moore. by tho box hurry! Ernest Morris, Earl Barnes, Harold Crackers 7c-lllolbrook, Scott Combs, Don Tichen-o- r, ILKU & HLACK. McIIenry llolbrook, Willis Lyons Misr Mariatn llolbrook is tlie guetf. and Owen Hunter. j. ritiD.w, friends in Louisville. el 3514 ellis & una, . at that that 6419-643- Patterns Jbl&Gb, b. Indies Suits and Skirts. HUH 'CLOTHING CO. L., II. & ST. L. II. II. TIMK TA1H.H. No. 11.1 due at BUmltch 9:20 a. 111. Dr. Jesbe' Bean, of Horse Branch, No. 114 diie at Bllmitch C:1G p was in town this week. . 3:40 p. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch Grape Krult, Oranges, lliiiiatinn, ' Ar. IrviiiKton . :t:40 p. lemons, Apples. Lv. Irvlngton . r,:4G p. HLACK. ILKU Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. Coffee andTV-a- , we havo tho best No. 111 Lv. Louisville . S:3f, a. Cliabe & Sanborn. Ar. Irvlngton . .10:0C a. ILKU & BLACK. " .10:4Q a. - Ford-a- nd Lv. Irvlngton Mattye MIsos 'NancyAr, i;ilmitcir . 1:04 a. In Owens-horUnite spent tho week-en- d M II. A: B. 21. H. "IIMK TAIII.K. Just received, a large shipment of South Hound, No. 113 S:4C a. 111. Screon Wire, all sires. Due at Hartford ILEH & HLACK. North lioilnd. Ill 6: 15 P- New Lettuce, Radishes, Cabbage Dae at Hartford things. und many-Otheltoth "Mixed Trains.) ILKK.& HLACK. We lime uiiviiuii, vim want In In this Issue. Sec Coldy's ad the canned goods lino Seed Swuot Potatoes. ' ILER & BLACK, ILKU & BLACK., VuniMiM W.tll Paper, Paints, . Ohio Munhuttun Shirts. and all kinds, of S.alns. HUH CLOTHING CO. County Drue; Co. Illlrt Willi Paper at Ohio County If you want baseball in Hartford g Drug Co. this summer attend the mas Jumbo and Sweet Pickles. Hg at tllO court imubu oauuuu) 1LKH & HLACK. night at 7:30., HememiJu7Apnl "su'tiTis Sunday Mr. James Felix, who was operat Schood rallv dny. ed on Monday by Brs. Taylor. Tlch-enand Felix, for tumor of the hip, Loose In, is Improving rapidly. 1LKK & BLACK. Mr. John Pell had "iTHarrow esA good, work" mule. Koi- - Kale . CAHSON, Crocer. cape Xroni a serious nccldent yesterU. S. ',37tf ' horse fell with him In Garden "and" Farm Tools can bo day when his front of tho Citizens Bnnk. Ho esfound at Her & Ulack's. caped with como slight bruises. Capt. 8 K7Cox was In" Madlson-vlll- o Kulehiiuiii Wanted to look after our the ilrst of tho week. interest in Ohio and adjacent counwas Mr. ToirQiilBB. Livermore, Adties. Salary or Commission. hero on busines this week. dress The Harvey Oil .Co., Cleveland, . Crossett Shoes und Slippers. Ohio. o. LOTS OI' PLEASURE Till; I UK pictures with nn Kastman. A big .Hue of Kodaks and Supplies Just in, also Watches and Jewelry at the very lowest prices. See us before uideiing and nno money. .1. IK :!5t4 . Jeweler TAJ'PAX, & Optician. .. r I ,"""' i"s Qf H mcCt-jfarm- Watt Ta.lor pont IMeafi. ant, Henry Plrtle, C miles East of Hartford; Guy Howan, Ileum, and Stevens, miles North of Hartford. Thebe gentlemen have agreed with Mr. Hlley to have their lands pasted with large placards, warning all persons against killing or Injuring the pheasants nnd announcing tho very heavy penalty for doing so. Tho birds aro very beautiful nnd wero viewed with delight by many people while awaiting distribution at Ellis & BroB. Produce House. IV. N. 2 KnglMi Pheasants Distributed. Tho Statu Game and Fish Commission has received 2,500 English pheasants for Kentucky. The birds wero purchased with the fund accumulated from hunters license and fines. Each county gets 15, properly proportioned between males and females. The consignment for Ohio county was received by Game 'War-do- n S. F. Riley a few days ago and ho bus been very careful In selecting four locations in the county where they would have tho very best range, ...... HHnaVMAt t.tt. 4. nm ..1 H.. u"u " hunters. If they do well, all parts lho county will be supplied in a fow years as they multiply very rap- ,)Cen ,oca(oil on tho I(v T or If you are going to buy a Watch, see us 'first. Will compare prices with any one and save you money. know With 10 years experience, what to offer you. J, U. TAPPAN. Jeweler. 'l'or Sal White Wyandott Eggs and day old chicks. Eggs per 15, Day old chicks, $1.50 per ?1.00. . Pure stock from trap nested HUB CLOTHING CO. do. II. E. M1SCHKE. Make yTHTr" rooms" look beautiful layers. ' Hartford, Ky, ',",,,,N' Var,,,s,,eH' 37t4 liy Kettlwc Wunteil "ForpTilo county a sales- County Irus Co. etc., at Ohio Willman with some knowledge of auto-- j Mrs. J. T. Hoagland and son. bpent i" mobile supplies, to earn from $4.00 iam Dudley, of Clear Itun, a day up selling purchasing contracts. week-en- d with Mrs. FranK ...... T....... Cnnlni R!cil-- eruir- required. Write Ken- . "" Large iiuu iwly Auto Supplies Company, 508 d Mrs. LauriT Field niiOllsa Leila Mugan. Washington, I). C, are guests of Miss Mary Howe. ' Messrs. "K." T. Collins and Capt. Frank Lawrence returned Monday from EdnioiiBon county. ool Suits" made by See A. B. Klrschbaum & Co. our-all-V- HUB CLOTH1NU CO. .w A. 8. ot.E. Not I re. Tho Stato Union of tho A. S. of E. wjll convene at Hartford, Ky., April th at 9 o'clock a. m. All uro requested members of to bo present with their wives and children and bring a well filled basket, as the commlttcq desires to have dlnnoi for ail who aro present f t, , occusrol, vow. fenow mem bers, let's go to work and make this the best State meeting in the history Every one Is inof tho organization. vited to attend and especially the farmers. It is high time wo were getting busy and putting into effect some of the things we have learned In the past 12 years. T. F. TANNEIt, ' the-'ord- ;'' T.'jrljUMM.V, H. M. lyilTLE, Committee. McIIenry, Ky., March 20. Editor Republican Under lho head llnc3 of nn old writer on Socialism we sec a vast storehouse of knowledge opened which we believe, had It not been kept back from tho dear public, wc would be living In tho millennium today? The gentleman opens his epls-tl- o with the cad news that ho had not written anything political on account of giving his thoughts to things more ephemeral. Now let me say right here that If We Refund Your Railroad Auto there Is anything political in what ho wrote my receivers broke nnd I on a vBasis of 5 on Your fniled to get it. He goes so far as to say that the worst thing wc have Up today is Socialism.' But I say the worBt thing wc have today Is pauperof Your ism. And no doubt ho doesn't know that just one mile from tho mines in' which he works first class coal miners aro on the mercy of the county and the good people of Hartford. And ho wont find it out till ho steps out of that little narrow path that lends from Simmons to Walton's creek church, because his preacher will not tell him about these condia tions. He says men are blown about I say no. by every wind of doctrine. Tliero are not three thinking men in McIIenry that he could get that dope down. Had .he wrung that stuff In when he was bead brakeman on a mule car and had corn Intone cud of the sack and rocks in tho other the dear people might have fallen for It. But too late now. And just listen to this. Ho sheds a boot leg full of tears as big as hulled walnuts about free love, and honestly, men who arc learned men and get good pay for condemning Socialism never mention it at nil. Let's see how the women fare under this system; Let the gentleman n, go to one of the large cities', not and he can find womanhood sold on the market and also find the snake that sells her and the brute that owns the property where she Is sold, aud in nine cases out of ten they aro members of some of tho churches nnd have. If you please, a license from this grand christian government to carry on his domuuble business undet the very shadow of J your churches with their sky piercing domes. Now, he takes a fall out of booze, and says Socialism says let a man make all the red liquor he wants to. X Socialism sajs that's all he will inakej because he can't sell it at a. profit and he won't sell it at all. And had he. spent the sleepless nights that I've spent with a moving picture show going on all night exhibiting snakes, frogs, hugs and spiders after tilling o up on that redded furniture polish that he was voting for when I was' born I think his mind would change. 4. And, furthermore, doesn't ho support a 8) stem that the law gives men a )!" right to take one barrel of whisky with llsh berries and other poison, and make twenty barrels out of.lt? , Kci Ho conies across with somo dope about religion. We believe in the RE) rullglon that Christ taught, peace on earth, good will toward man. Let's IN THE see where his cult stands. A' shorting whilo back they started a missionary lug SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY with tho messago of Christ to their m heathen and tho same vessel that mlssionery also carried w carried tho 4,000 gallons of rectified whisky. Somo love eh? And of courso that 95 There Is a Sunday School near you. It is the best place in the world To spend an lioiir. But don't take our converted tho heathen. Now, beloved, get tho Socialist platform and word'for it. Try ir for yourself. study it with an understanding heart K ' KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. before you get out your surgical toolh to skin us any moro, for you can't talk rational about something you know nothing about. fcerved as United States district atHOBT. OWENS, torney for eight years, and beforo McIIenry, Ky. that was on tho bench of tho court llnsolmll Meeting. All baseball fans aro called to mlet highest ability, In tho court hall Saturday night at Judge Klukead resigned ns referee 7:30 for tho purpose of discussing to form a law partnership with Mr. prospects of a team this summer and James It. DullUi and Mr. John Buselecting a board of directors. If you kin. want baseball In Hartford this summer don't fall to como out. Somo IlettliiK Odds on War. talks will bo mado by ablo men and Loudon, March 30. Betting on tho a general rally" hold. Hemember, it rage all depends upou the Jnterest shown outcome of tho war is all tho inin Loudon now. Several firms and by tho supporters. .--. IP dividuals, through Lloyds' Exchange, i. --a y tho fol- phtalnable will be found here. No have on the boards Jude DuHcile Ilefeieo. lowing "book" on tho duration of need not Ky., March 30. Louisville, take our word for It; buy It hostilities: and .you will soon bo convinced. J4dgo Evans, In Federal Court, has That war will end beforo May 1, Good Feed makes good stock; good announced tho appointment of Judge Georgo DuRelle ns referee- - In bank- 1915, 3 to 1 against. stock means much money, therefore That war will end beforo June 1, it pays to buy tho best. ruptcy in tjiis district to succeed 1916, 2 to 1 against. Judge llobert C. Klukead. Our quotations for goods in prime' That war will end before Septem- condition are lower than the figurea Judge Dullelle will act us referee in conjunction with Mr. George Brent ber 1, 1915, even money. of other dealers. These prices speak That war will end before Decem- for thenlselves. who was appointed two weeks ago by Judge Evans, who believes tho work ber 1, 1915, 10 to 1 on. That war will end before Murch 1, In this, district requires tho attention 1916, 15 to 1 on. of two referees. The Produce Merchants That Germany will take Warsaw, Judgo Dullelle is one of the best HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. S to 1 against. known Republicans in Louisville. Ho Trading at Goldys Purchase! or Fare Per Cent to the Amonnt Fare. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings and Hats. GOLDYS 117 W. Main St. We Are Now Ready j uptodate To show you new and goods for. Easter, nappy in every t respect. Come and be convinced. Men's Suits, Ladies' Suits and : t Skirts, the famous Swann Hats for l Men, Crossett Shoes for Men. Peters I Shoes and Slippers for Women and ? t Children, and a full line of Furnish ings. t 14 Hartford, Ky, in Co. I ?211SSISI13ESSE5SBIIiIilIlLillI ONE MILLION PEOPLE! APRIL 25, 1915 m B iu 5 SIlEiLlilESIllHlISSllKIIlllBIIIIIIlilil The Best Feed io- to-da- W. E. ELLIS 4 BR0, :; f-f- . .or exert any bad Influonco upon Iho Some Deposits of Mini In The When Will the War Kntl." United Stat cm. Many persons never Eu-- J general health. The time of the ending of the Ohio Covmty Mica mining In tho United States ropcan war may have a most Impor-- , know their tonsils are enlarged until HOTEL n began with tho opening of the Rug-gle- s tant effect upon the fate of the pre- - they are Informed of the fact by go mine, In Grafton County, N. II ,' Circuit Court T. K. Mrkhavd, I TImt they Bhoulil national administration nnd the physician. cnt . Judge; Don D. Hlngo, Attorney ; and have them removed nbout 1S03. Later other mines were Law Attorney political party that supports It. Pence forth-wlt- h .1. Mldklff, Jailer; 13. O. Darrass, In New d opened Hampshire, which will undoubtedly bring again to the' does not speak well for their Clerk, 13. E. Hlrkhead, Master ComHAKTIOKD,, KY. years furnished practically missioner: H. T. Collins, Trustco States what It brought at the niont, to say nothing of the sincerity for ninny HINGT0N, oil tho mica In this country. A reJury Fund; S. O. Kconn, Sherlfr, j will practice hJu profticw m UiU end of the long .Napoleonic wars in of the physician who recommends i Hartford. Deputies S. A. Ilrulchcr; anlt adjouung countk. CoimihuJ port by Douglas B. Stcrrctt,rocentl 1816 a flood of foreign mnnufat- - such a course. Louisville nines. Or nt flfrt tjitiitl..d 1.w..it tl,t Issued by tho United Stntes acologl tures aglnst which the Slmmons-U- n Qlln.ora Kcov.n. Court convenes first aml VntnUirt I'radioe ft SpuclaRy. CS0-r cal Survey as Bulletin d CtiniinlsIoncr's Sale. Mnfltlnv In ITnlirtlrirt mill nniitltiiinM ...,.. a derwood Tariff for revenue only will .r vua vuiiisiiiK.ItLOrAMERlCANi weeks; third .Monday In April, i three Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. scribes the Rugglcs mine as well n.s Internose a feeble barrier. There Is two wtwKs; third .Monday In October, other mica deposits In the United much talk of a "devastated" Europe, l. N. Lanhani, Plaintiff, two weeks. In a city where good hoteli States. vs. bound, the Powhatan beads the but there can scarcely bo such a dr-- 1 County Court John D. Wilson, Law Mien Is a valuables mineral in the Jut. followed In j w. G. Kirk, Defendant. Judge; W. C. Ulankenship, Clerk j variation as that which It ti first la tie hearts ot Its Industrial world, where It meets a HARTFORD, KY. .C. 13. Smith, Attorney, Hartford.' countrymen. By vrtuc 0f a judgment and or- the wake of the contending armies Court convenes first .Monday In each tbat fought almost continually forj(lor ot 8aic 0r ti,e Ohio Circuit demnnd not supplied by any other M(tws. W. II. Uuru find C." B mouth. so that tho sources of supwell nigh 20 years a century ago court, rendered at the February nnitcrinl, Quarterly Court llcglna on tho Sml'Ji aim on noo Uwt Umy lmvo iVriii- jn tj,e above causa for ply are both of present and future und yet Europe then regained her full tcrnl( jr, first .Monday In every month. ijuiiaiia 90.141 'or oiu ju Jirci.u fiiv- Court of Calm Convenes first tlce of law, excupt crU111n.1l anil dlvor Industrial strength with wonderful tilc j,rposc of dividing the proceeds Importance. Many good mica dopes-- 1 ' Tiies-jda- y Tuesday In January ami iirst In the United 'States rapidity. amongst the parties in Interest as its are known coskn, Mr. Smith Inilng Cuiiuty Attur-u- y tlit Srl'iBi'i-'.JUL-Uuiin October. Great Britain was Injured scarcely their interests may appear, after nnd the production Is increasing. is rowiitMl frtmi practiiclut; bucH Other County Officers C. S. at all and immediately after Water- paying the costs, Including n reas The Imports of mica are generally survejor, KortlsWIle, Ky., 11. ccasvti. Mr. lkiriku will liuUvldu-tllgreater than the domestic producb D. No. 2, Tom litncx, Assessor, loo was In a position to begin that onable attorney's fee herein, I will UltW.a lu The Tonfiatan is refined, ex Olaton, Ky.; Oana Shulta, Superin- acct'j't Buch practioo. process of Industrial attack upon An offer for sale by public auction at tion but thc mines of this country chime, and restful, lis excel tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. D. Klley, Hartford Republican bulliUui;, lhun- could be made to supply all but that lent location on Pennsylvania erica so naively described by Henry thc court house door In Hartford, Avenue, 18th and 11 streets, Coroner, Hartford; T. H. Denton, ford, K- (afterward Lord) Brougham in Par on Monday, the 5th day of April, small part of th'c domestic demand makes it a desirable headquari.oad Lnglneer, Hartford. ters for bridal couples, tourist Jiarnent, as being well worth while 19ir, about one o'clock p. m., upon which calls for the Canadian "amber' larties, contentions, Schools and colleges. , JUSTICES' COL11TS. to Incur a loss upon the first expor- a credit of six nnd twelve months, mica. Good mica mines have been D. The Powhatan attracts the tation in order by the glut to stifle the following described property, to- - worked In North Carolina, New people ol culture and education. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft- Hampshire, South Dekoln, Idaho, Attorney Ill proximity to State, War and Law er ad .Monday In .March, Tuesday nft-,e- r in the cradle those rising manufac jwit: Navv Departments, also to many New exico, Virginia, South Carolina, 3d .Monday lit June, Tuesday aft-jc- r points ot historical KY. HARTFORD, tures In the United States which the interest, A tract of land in Ohio county, 3d .Monday in September, Tiles- makes this hotel especially atand Alabama, and promising deposwar had forced Into existence con- Kentucky, bounded as follows: tractive to a discriminating pub uay alter 3ti .Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIEAVltl.V lie. trary to the usual course of things. Beginning nt a hickory, corner to its are known In several other 1.. A. McDanicl, Hockport, Friday The Powhatan otlers reemi Tilts office Its equipped for handThe manufacturers of thc United Sam Royal's tract; thence with his States. .after 3d .Monday In .March.' Friday .. - , with detached bath at Ji.SO. The occurence of mica deposits In $2.00 and up. Xooms with prianer 3d .Monilay In June. Friday ling Commercial Law nnd Collection States are far more robust and en- line N. 40 W. 100 poles to a largo vate bath, $2.30. JJ.C0 and up. lauor oU .Mommy in September, Items as well u.s other legal and litiduring now than they were in IS corner; many countries insure future supwhite oak, said Royal's Write for booklet with map, (Friday after 3d .Monday in De- gated matters. plies of mica for the world for some I'ractlco In all thi when on the conclusion of thence with another of his Hues N. cember. CLIFFORD U. LEWIE. peace imports of foreign goods that 2S E. 10 poles to a large black oak, years to come and thc numerous un..Manager. i S. y. Iach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. M. h. Hearln's Office. after 3d Momta) in March,, had been only $13,000,000 In 1S14, near cemetery; thence N. gl E. 75 developed mica deposits of the United after 3d .Monday in Jiinp. nnioug ri rose suddenly first to $113,000,000 poles to a large beech, S. E. corner States may be considered ' Wttlncsday IMIIIIIilllltlM'f.iil'ilEEI :i. 71. , after 3d Moiday In Sep- and then to $147,000,000, and Am- to Harrison Westerfleld's tract; these resources. Under present con-IITTlK. uvurix tomber. Wednesday after 3d -.Mon-- I T. WAIIK.STIIAITOX " ' Cm iii 'II, K.r. i uay in December. erican industries were duly "stifled." thence N. 60 E. 70 poles to a stako; ditious the mica deposits of the llurl'onl Ky. c TIchtAior. Centcrtown, Sal- But there can be no question that thence N. 24 E. 3S poles to a stake United States wil probably continue TTa ww vsiTijuii.uruuy aner yru Monday hi each STRATT0N & MARTIN x xr JVriMl7il v"--u there will be a tremendous pressure on Hartford nnd Hawesvllle road; to yield a considerable part of the mica used in this country. Attornoys at Law Tho most economical, cleansing nnd month. of foreign goods upon the American thence N, S9 E, fi 3F poles to an A copy of the report may be ob-- , I germicidal of all antiseptics is Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. market when peace ends the present ash nnd walnut on outli side ot , , 1. 'nft.... ,.l .Mumi.ij in .iiitrcii, M. uceiKi) I.. u.n.-- . u 1n...t i gigantic struggle and then, if ever said road; thenec'B. 75 E. 17 poles tallied on application to the Direc after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their profession in this In our recent history, the need of'n to a stone, the head of a hollow; tor Of the United States Geological , after 3d Monday In August, Tues-Ua- y and djolniug counties. Collections. , Tariff honestly and efficiently Pro- thence down the same S. 39 E. 40 Survey, Washington, D. C. after -- d Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice a. w. s. Dean, -- Wod Dundee. tective will be felt by the American poles to a. gum at the intersection of Prompt and vigorous-servictcr the second .Monday In Specialty. sninMp Antiseptic PnurrTor to mJay A people, America will then be sought streamlets; thence down streamlet .Notary in office. Marcl) Wednesday after M Monday by all the recently warring nations S, 2 J W. S poles to two white oaks', FOR FLETCHER'S be dissolved in water a needed. In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday "because it will bo the market that thence N. SS E. 16 poles to a As a medicinal antiseptic for douches ,n August, Wednesday after I'd Mon- I In trnatlnc rntnrrh. Inflnmnintlnn nr'"a' In NOVOinbcr. can best afford to pay for great quan- xtone, Foster Reynold s N. W. cor... ,. . " Tuesday IbWViVh viim ,,Uc? FonJsvllle ulceration of nose, throat, and that I "ca tities of imported merchandise, ner; thence with his line S. 2 W. K ZtUT' ,i" , caused by feminine ills It has no equal. of the National Association 821 poles to stone on a steep hillBulletin 'For ten years th Lyd.a E. Pinkham . E$Z, of Wool Manufacturers. side In Hamilton Ford and Fords-vill- e McdiclnoCahasrecommenscdPaxtlno Thursday after I'd Monday In N'o- - jna fromi! oMlnJ lo I ftllcbubtiitur lis, ttv. road; thence with the road N. t bllAln PATCNTS in their private correspondence with vcmbcr. THAT PA. a.trrtiw tt.ui tUirvcrUjr. at our Child's Cough Is a Call For S8 W. 64 poles to a beech and white women, which proves its superiority. Your Ben W. Taylor, Italph, Friday aftI Sf tnt anqiiJ7o unnxui, Help Women who have been cured say er 2d Monday in March, Friday nfter iMoanviOfi. toivto or st1ra for FREE rriirt oak; thence S. 2 W. 19 poles to cenon itntaumr. n nur rrartln. bur- j it is "worth Its weight in gold." At 2d Monday in May, Friday alter 3d PASSING MXrCr.'CNCCS. Forfrr GuiJsl Don't put off treating your Child's ter of a branch; thence up same N. druggists. POc. large box, or by mall. Monday In August, Friday after 2d on I'ronubla ltnts writs to iwi Cough. It not only saps their 64 W. 34 poles, S. 60 W. 18 poles, B03-S0- S Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Monday In November. Seventh Street. a. c. strength, but often leads to more ser- S. 38 W. 40 poles to an elm and HARTFOKD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. Why risk? You don't sassfras near the head of a hollow; ious ailments. Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, have to. Dr. King's New Discovery Is thence S. 18 W. 33 poles to the Marshal; Court convenes second MonIf. 1TfltStKateSs"s.,ittKi;ffi7. containing approximately remedy your Child needs. .'Just the day In each month. acres, all of City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. It is made with soothing, healing one hundred and tenhomestead and T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasand antiseptic balsams. Will quickly which we allotted as urer. Mombcrs of Council J. C. IUu check the Cold and soothe your dower to defndant In this action. nett. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, The purchaser will bo required to Cough away. No odds how Child's J, D. Jlalph, A. C. Yolser, W. II. approved secur bad the Cough or how long stand- execute bond with Gillespie. Succeed when everything else faDs. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chalr-muing, Dr. King's New Discovery will ity immediately after sale. The National Weekly T In nervous prostration and female II. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. This 15th day of March, 1915 etop it. It's guaranteed. Just get a weaknesses they are the supreme J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. E. E. BIRKHEAD,' bottle from your Druggist and try remedy, as' thousands have testified. Master Commissioner. 36t3 RELIGIOUS SERVICES. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND M. Heavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. E. Church. South Services STOMACH TROU1LE Until this year . morning and evening eveny first nnd it is the best medicine ever sold tr Ccllitr'i liai been ttxrta For Sale, Sunday In each month. Sunthird over a druggist's counter. fold at $5.50. Non Defective Speech. Rockpor day school U:4D a. m. Prayer meet150 Acres on Hartford and Hie price Is $2.50' irwtammmmmimtammm ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. The annual visit of the Yale draamlwcliinoeaitcd I"S'mvBbVBsbPIV9,,!9 tm road, 1 2 mlle from Broadway and matic boys with their four playlets iMffsiiiiJtMttmjty.11 B. W. Napier, pastor. a concession hereBaptist Church Services morning 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse by no means bad entertainment, all by we can oifer it . . ., .V.'. v r 'cMiK'f.lw. YOU and evening overy second and fourth tiii at a Mill further only emphasizes r on ddgp of farm ndad church near. things considered Sunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in conagain that notable American defect, If) 9:13 a. m. Prayer Mooting every Wed T71 nection wit.i this, Three roads pass dwelling house a national fault on uesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettie, bad speech. It is publication. which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. and off the stage. It includes not onpastor. Christian Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readersi- - Most of land pertoctly level. Any ly Imperfections in enunciation and third and fourth Sunday 11 Treatment anld 7 ). m. Sunday schoolat9:S0 a. m. i aa desiring to purchase- farm will do pronunciation, but an entire neglect UccoBnuinc llir crest ilrtnanil for Colhtr'g at u. m. thc new price, we liacinailc arrancciuent to Elder Gwlnn, pastor. woQl to investigate. Price reasona- of developing the human voice In ilTcr it ami nur own ptiblicution each one rar for WEAK for the price ill CoUirr'jaUinc. 'I lux Is a rmUit clarity of diction and musical qualSECRET ble. Apply for further information youths of Yalo come from lfaHRUtW5illW LUNGS or Hartford Lodgo SOCIETIES. and A. cfler anil must be taken aJvantak'cofrniitl). ity. These No. C73, P. BARNETT & SON, Agents. one of the greatest of our educational to What You Get im CollierV CONSUMPTION M. meets evcrj first Monday night BAKING POWDER In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Institutions, and individually they CoKtr't Is the wie Me, iiulepe nileni, Icarlcii C. If you mention this paper we will send you M.; Owon Hunter, Secretary. i ucrklyolthj. Not only is it the spring from families considerably A Dangerous Vad. i.'ixnl citizen's handbook hut it is also a , a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. average in means und for the wlmle fjmilr. Ati'oni: the mainzine feeling, coughs, pains meets every second and fourth .Monthat tired, Every little while one of the whims abovo the tunics that a car's subcnption bi- cj arc, in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, of the health faddist la wrecked on presumably in culture. A few of them lungs or consumption. 1000 Eclltorlals purest. Best W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. general Im the shoals of common hciIso, One of spoke agreeably, but tho 600 News Photos 10CK BOX 616 Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. 250 Sliort Articles OHIO MEDICAL CO. Is to bo found pression conveyed that tho coming C01UMEUS, 0. the latest illustrations ISO Short Storiri Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight 10O lllustralrd Featurrs Best because fails. in the revulsion against the whole- generation, with all Its advantages. of Pythias moots every Tuesday even2 Complete Novels. ing. Jno. .v. Taylor, C. C; W. It. sale removal of tonsils from school shows no Improvomtns In tho use of it makes every baking organs of speech to make our Collier's $2.50 Sola far irJ Hedrick, K. of It. & S. children. A fow years ago the fad- thc TlieTlirice-a-Wee- k Edition light, flufl'y and evenly Hartford Tent No. 1)9, K. O. T. M. spoken language melodious. Tho on endists set up a great cry against Hartford Republican meots every first and tnlrd Thursday raised. Best because larged tonsils, and for a time the ly reason for dwelling on this defect, York World nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; Of The it is moderate in E. P. Moore, RccorU Keeper. members of their cult championed the instead of lauding the Yale Dramatic Acmo Lodge No. 3UU I. O. O. F. highest in quality. tacriflce of the tonsil as a panacea Association for adopting a high if meets every second and fourth Frifor most human ills. They had a standard of achievement rather than Practically it Dally tit The Price of u day nights In each month. C. M. HarAt your grocers. large following, augmented, of course the usual flippancy Indulged In by nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrick, Weekly. No other Xcwopaper college amateurs. Is that It Illusof the Secretary. by the zealous fault and the Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. in Hie World Gives m .Much quack surgeon, and the result was trates an American meiits every second and fourth SatRECEIVED at so Low a Price. the removal of thousands of tonsils American neglect of effort to correct urday n It'll ts In each month. Tom HIGHEST many of which, we are 'told, were it. The professional stage sadly falls Williams, Council Co. inlander; W. C. , to set an example of correctness In MeCALL PATTEBNS AWARDS not diseased in any way, and had Wallace, Clerk. t.r style, simplicity an alThe year 1914 has been the most Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., u Celebrated nearly 40 perfect fit,Sold in nearly they been allowed to stay where na- elocution, and gentle speech Is reliability World's Pur Food ExpoJturs. and sition, ChicMo. 111. and ture placed them, never would have most unknown In any walk of Ameri extraordinary in the history of mod- moots every first and third Friday t etery cityor by town In the United Mat-- l than Canada, null direct. Mora told nights in each month. Mrs. Attyu can life. The sensitive ear can make Send lor tree catalogue. any other snake. Part Exposition. Franc given the owners any trouble. ern times. It has witnessed the out- Griffin, I.ady Commander; Mrs. II. McCALL'S MAGAZINE March, 1912 Now the tide has turned. Medical its choice of offense from among tho MlBchke, Jtore subscribers than any otnrt faihloq break of tho great European war, E. Keystone Lady Record Keeper. A. strlden-cle- s Chapter No. 110, R. rnaaclne million a month. Invaluable. Law authorities, probably shocked at the twangs, burrs, drawls and est styles. p.ittern, dressmaking, niilllncry, a struggle so titanic that It makes M meets every thirU Saturday night that mark our people of differ alarming spread of the craze, and plain sevfing-- fancy ntedlevroik, lialrdressln, In each month. John T. Moore High eliqactte, pood stories, etc. Only SO cents a all others look small. not willing tliat their profession ent uutlonal neighborhoods and dif year (worth double), including a free pattern. Priest; W. S. Tlnsley. Secretary. Subscript taJay, or send for lauipls copy. ferent racial orglns. Hero is one good should I ml or Mt a practice which Is You live in momentous times, and AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. cV rnI WONBEBFUL INDUCEMENTS State Officers President. J. H. telng fostered chiefly through tho reason, If thero exists no other, for Ton sWt saw muf U w VwBarCaliaut. It'll you should not miss any of the treaskssi ptwitt. .Pta'tasasUso. to A tents. Postal brings premium catalogue a ra wbvwwm I sssrf caaanJcar tho founding of a real national theaPrinceton, Ky.; Vice Presi- I and new cash priaepflers, Address quads, b' . cupidity of conscienceless I Calsawt Is lar saasrwr l sow num aaa mendous events that are occurring. dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlqnberg Co.; M HcCUl CO. U MS W. 37lk St, NI W VOIH are wurnlng parents against the ter that we may havo In tho No other newspaper will Inform you Secretary & Trees., S. B. Robertson, United States one place where our s. wholesale removal of children's Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. with tho promptness and cheapness They ay that the operatlon.nov-e- r language is spoken correctly and to Hartford, Ky., Members Stato Executive Board-B- en edition of tho without element of danger, has please tho ear. Life. of the Thrice-a-Wee- k Watson, Webster county; J. W. ano CUfltvTrtE LUNC8 frown entirely too general anil that New York World. Moreover, a yew's Dunn, Daviess county; Hdnry Plrtle, Doctor's Office and Duelling for Sale. more harm than good will ultimately subscription to it will take you fa Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counWe have listed for sale two acres result front an Indiscriminate extirinto our next Presidential campaign. ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. WITH Ohio County pation ol tho tonsils. good ground containing doctor's ofWorld's regu- ens, President; Officers S. L. StevThe Thrlce-A-Wee- k Henry Plrtle, adTloShow to oWala patmU, traJa uuikt,i There are cases, and not a few, fice, (AurilabU.Mb.SN aLLOOUNTRIES.. J dwelling, all necessary lar subscription price is only 11.00 S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. which call for such drastic treat-incu- t, per year, and tills pays for 156 pa- COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. 2 wells water, 1 cistern hut the necessity for It should Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, pers. We offer,this uucqualed newsPaUit tn lafrlapmtnt Practlet lulltljf. alt Vtfrlla n Mm trt PRICK Ky. be well established before tho scal- and orchard. Splendid location for paper and I Ifln A II QB. Itrws, aoar Vaitl lit Uiltk W8HHW0TON. (UtisC.Meat Otto, . 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. Tonsils which are physician. None within a radius of pel is applied. Trial BMi Fr O. VajarULU THK IIATtTFOnP nETTJBLICAN 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNBTROUBLEf. Easy terms to right slightly cnlurged may never give any five miles. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. 'togethor for one year for $1.03. real trouble. Many glands of the party. Call on, or address QTJaOlANXXXD 8AXISFAClfol 4. H. O. Autry, Balzetonn, Ky. The regular subscription price of V HARNETT & SON, Agts., OH JSQaVJGX XXBUBVED. human body are enlarged through 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. two papers is $!.00. the 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky, Hartford, Ky. life, but do not entail uny suffering 34tf Judg-Unlte- i Directory Professional Otto C. Martin, at Mi-..- . 4 'PWHfflANH D.C. ) I Mn-ste- . Barnes & Attorneys at Smith I I J h Mo-Io- y, y ! ARTHUR at KIRK 6, i. I i Wed-'nesd- I T77T ZZZ JPFPIAI ..' Children Cry CASTO R A fx&i4f&s e. I $ f"& Jt AZS W' ZSAWHadl THAOC-MARKB I I nanirauiun, 1 5 Electric Bitters "! WILL n; Collier's Jsi:::i:::i:insti;:ik Colliers in Clubs First Time - For Every Baking Best because it' sthe DCI 1p ILm lrlU fJJls nttssWm FREE ras - CALUMET because it never - wholiM-uuiit- run-dow- n !; cost' M $2.50 y irtr mm ' m r" W ) Wa-a- " ton-tril- Bal-mal- n, KILLthe COUCH Sec-rotar- y; Dr. King's e, Niw Discovery Hal FnBa3UCHt ... V FINUHCim SMEMEHT. Contliuicil from 4 tli O. A. Ralph, 2453 feet lutn- - paRc. 1.21. her for Orant Pollard... Grant l'ollard, last payment on rond contract No. 7, FordBVllle District 61.32 179. GO Total $6CG,41 to- vert Bills J. F. Wallace, riynmlto J. T. Smith, oil H. C. Craig, IJ. F. lllco, a C V& Cobb ft Richards, nulla . . J. h Allen, 36 ties for culObo White, shop work tal $1,783.26 .... .. .. la- - 1.75 l.oo r0 HO 8 V4 layB Frank HobertB, helper 37.00 U. A. Italpb, nor,:) ft. lumber 140.07 1 Charlie bor ....Frank Murphy, 1 ',4 days team Hillary Heard, 2$ .Iiih labor II. K. Eskrldge, 10 days, i hr.H. team 11. J. Roberts, 7 days, 7 lirn. team 1 days labor days labor Craig, 11 days COO 3.50 11.00 34.60 2. no an. 80 23. 10 shop work. . Estll Hourd, work on brldgo T. J. WblltliiKblll, lumber.. on ,cii non Wells, work hrldgu C (layn, 2 lirs) 0. 10. like, 0. 1 team Cobb inlto 0. 11. Cunlen, & 1 day 7 lirs. 0,10 4.25 70 1.00 1 Richards, dyna- - W. WeddliiB, 2.1 6 N 1.50 0.20 team Charley Craig. team It. labor labor J. Roberts, 7 0 days dayn, 0 7 bra. lira. 22.80 C.70 n. II. Roberts, 4 3 duys, 8 hrs. James Odelt, team II. F. Rice, team days, days 1 3 hrs. with 11.40 12.00 8.25 3.00 8.10 G.00 5 14 H. E. KskrldRO. day with n team E. F. Hlce, 2 duys, 7 hrs. with team 8. II. HobertB, 2 days with team Obo Wright, shop work . . . Frank Roberts, 8 days, 4 hrs. 3.75 1C80 9.00 2.35 27.00 21.20 10.80 9.50 7.37 labor... II. F. Hlco 6 (). Wright, shop work 11. helper team das 9 J. Hoberts, days with 8 .... la- II. tram bor J. Udell, 8 duys. k lint. A. CrulB. 10 days, 8 hrs. . . .. hrs. labor Cobb ft ItlchardB d)iiamlto etc W. F. Heynohls, 2 days, 5 hours team W. I. Talor, 1 day team... W. II. Hrooks, 2 duyH, 3 hrs. team J. P. Check 2 days, 5 hrs. team Millard Reynolds, 2 duys team K. C. Hartford. 1V4 duys (cam 5 hrfl. labor H. E. Ellce. 2V4 du8 with team Ira Wulluce. 2 4 dus team 11. S. Hoyul, 2 days team.. A. Haynes, 5 hrs. team... S F. Whitley. I day teum. J. W. Kirk, 2& duys labor George Warner, 24 dus la- bor Henry Worner. same Millard Owens, 1 ,fc days la- bor "day labor.. H6b Black. W. C. HeynoldB. 2& days team Jus. Murphy, 1V4 days team O. II. Kirk, 4 days labor. . A. N. Whlttlnghlll 8 hrs. team E. M. Mathews, 7 difys, S hrs. team team. .. J. R. Hurphy. 3 days 210 ft. Hobco Huff, lumber. Frank Roberts, 10 days helper, 6 days. 1 hrs. team.. Henry Chancellor, 5 hrs. la- - W. 1'. Crow, 3 duys te.im 5 7.50 3.00 COO 7.50 0.00 C.00 7.50 7.50 COO 1.50 3.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 l..0 .50 2.50 1.50 COO 40 ZA 9.00 4.20 50.50 52 5.00 .25 Olllo Huff. 1 day team . .. . C. It. Wade. 1 Vfe "lays' team shop MatthewB. Willis work John Neal. 3 days labor . . . days labor.. It. F. Rice, 3 days lubor James Curry 2 Frank Roberts. 3 4 days helCall Murphy. 5S2 feet days team ber, 2 II. D. Loyd. 288 feet O. II. bm IV. D. Ilellamy. 2 days team C. Whltler. 25 feet lumber 3.00 4.50 TL,po BARTLETT DISTRICT NO. 8, I1ARTLKTT8 21. 2.00 Sam Holbrook, work on road 4.00 I, W. Taylor, samo (1. H. Holbrook, samo 0.80 laW. 8. Ambrose, team nnd 11.25 bor J. II. Ambrose, 7 dnys lubor, 2615 feet lumber . '. 71.02 T. M. WeddliiR, 2 days la- 2.60 mor Morgan Ashley, 4 days with 10.00 team Ira I). Funk, 3 days with 10.00 team 7.25 H. C. Ford, samn Klllns Ilartlctts, 4 V4 days 10.50 with team V. V. Lake, 2 days with team 7,50 and extra hand L. T. llartlett, 3 days with 11.80 team and extra hand 11.05 J. P. Chapman, same, t'lureuee P.ittou, 2 days with 7.50 team, extra help L. L. Trogden, 4 days with team and 2 extra bauds.. 11.00 Luno Trogden, tnklng tree .50 out or road C.25 'Ibe Rhoads, 5 days labor.. Ira Moaley, 4 dayfl with 10.00 team 2.50 J. W. Smiley, 2 days labor. I). 11. llartlett, helper 4 days " 9.00 nulls $1.00 J. II. Ambrose, 2490 feet of 87.25 lumber 1.25 Arthur RhondR, 1 day labor .1. II. Davis, 50 per cent con tract price to work road. . 12.50 J. M. Greer, I day team, G 10.00 days labor laL. ('. McKlnloy, 1 day 1.25 bor .4 laL. T. llartlett, 3 days 3.75 bor I). II. llartlett, 5 days help11.05 er, etc 4 (1. T. Edge, 2 days, team '. 10.00 days 2.50 J. A. Sapp, 1 day team . . . Charley McKlnley.l day team 1 day labor 3.75 " 3 dayH laE. M. Taylor, 4.00 bor 30.00 J. A. Supp. road bed E. M. Taylor, advnnco pay25.00 ment on contract 7.50 TT L Hlckey, same 7.50 Olden Lake, same 1.25 C. P. Lake, 1 day labor 8.75 days team Everett (1111, 2 J. A. Sapp, 0 day.s. team 514 21.86 days lubor day, team Ellis llartlett. 2.50 1 day labor ',4 day, flurcnee I'atton, 3.00 team 2 duys lubor L. L. Trogden, 2 days la2.60 bor Taylor Rhoads. 50 per cent ' contract price to work 12.50 road 12.50 E. M. Taylor, lial. Hame.... 1). It. Ilnrtlett, 3 '4 duys hel?.r.o per John Johnson. 850 feet In in 12.76 her T. L. Hlckey, bal. 60 per cent 5.00 contract to work road... Lee Huuklns, 50 per ''cent 1G.S7 contract to work road 8.12 J. A. Raymond, same 4:00 D. R. llartlett, 2 days helper 4.25 E. K. Smith, dynamite H. C. Ford, 1 day, team and 4.00 repair bridge 1.25 Roy Uartlett, 1 day labor . . Ellis llartlett. H4 day.s la1.85 bor L. T. llartlett. Vi lay. team 3.75 2 days labor 1.25 II. CrulB. 1 day labor 2.50 Dan Mitchell, 1 day team . . D. II. Bartlett, 2,i day hel- 4.50 per J. H. Davis, 25 per cent con0.25 tract to work road Olden Lake, 76 per cent con7.50 tract to work road 1 day with team day labor N. C. Hudson, 50 per cent contract prlco to work road. C. L. Magun, samo Will Neal, Bame II. E. Smiley, 2 days labor.. J. B. Taylor, 1 day labor 4 . W. L. Allen, 60 per cent contract prlco work road . . L. C. Patton, same S. C. Rhoads, same B. M. Wlgglngton, Bame . . . W. L. Allen, Bamo R. J. Kirk, same Gillespie Bros., work on gra- J. T. fihnrp, 14 I ." 7.50 12.50 ?.tu 2.50 1.25 22.25 12.50 13.50 22.25 12.50 iu.uu 1.76 0.00 1.25 1.50 ......... .... R. P. Kirk, 2 drags team . . Lon Merry. 1 day labor W. D. Tucker, shop work . . W. G. Hayden, dynamite and caps W. L Allen, 12 days, team and operating grader . . . days hel- O. S. Holbrook, 5 per 2 days team C. Hudson, 1 day team C. L. Morgan, 25 per cent c6n- tract work road N. C. Hudson, samo J. P. Kirk, same L. C. Patton, same Westorfleld Bros., lumber . . II. W. Wlgglngton, 25 per cent contract to work on ,, road S. J. Hussey, 75 per cent contract to work 'road W. L. Allen, 26 per cent contract to work road J. E. Taylor, 7 days labor . . S. C. Rhoads, 25 per cent of contract to work road . . G. S. Holbrook, 7 days helper 4 day team, etc E. L. Brooks, 3 days labor 2V4 days team days team M. W. Crowe, 1 F. E. Hlnton, 25 per cent of contract to work sec. road S. J. Hussey, same S. C. Rhoads, samo It. P. Kirk, same Clarence Patton, same Wlgglngton same . . . E. C. L. Morgan same Ernest Hlnton, same W. L. Allen, Bame Will Neal same M. C. Hudson, same der .... n..ii .... ' 15.10 8.00 2.00 0.25 8,75 C25 c.zo 1.25 5.00 .., 11.25 22.25 8.75 0.75 15.05 11.25 3.00 0.25 3.25 6.75 C25 0.25 5.00 G.25 .... 6.25 22.25 7.o0 3.75 $448.10 8, 12.00 5.00 5.00 3.00 1.25 1.25 4 days labor .. Harrison, 2 days team Lorcn Reynolds, 3 days team J. C. Haynes, 1 day team . . A. E. McCarty, 1 day team Henry Harrison. day team Charlie Bowman, 5 days la bor Cicero Bowman, GV4 days la- nor S. F. Whitley, helper and team S. F. Whitley, samo W. II. Phillips, 2 days with team and hand Mobo Pryor, 1 day with team and hand A. E. McCarty, 1 V, dnys with team and hand Arthur Phillips, 1 day team, 1 day hand dnys Charlie Martin, 1 team, 1 14 days hand . . . S. F. Whltelcy, 3 days help er, 1 uuy luuni S. F. Whltelcy, helper and team Leitchfleld road . . Arther Phillips, 5 days team on levy Charlies Martin, 6 days team on levy J. B. Harrison, 5 days samo W. J. Green, 10 days, samo W. F. Reynolds, 6 days samo L. W. Reynolds, 5 days same A. E. McCarty, same J. C. Haynes, samo Archie Rhoads, 6 days same Will Snider, labor on levy J. C. Alvey, 6 days labor . . C. M. Bowman, 5 days labor F. T. McKlndler, 44 days labor George Warner, 3 days labor A. McCarty, 2 V days team 2 'A days labor C. Borman, 3 dnys labor . . days Henry Harrison 2 days labor team 2 S. F. Whltly, 14 days helper team G. A. Ralph, 867 ft. brldgo lumber Augustus Pflster, work on bridge Henry Harrison, same J. J. C. Alvcy, B. Total NO. DISTRICT HAHTI.ETT HERBERT NO. .11. John M. Swope, team and Dee Taylor, hauling rock . . W. N. Coy 2 days, with team 1 labor team ... James Johnson Jessie Swope day with ... .... J. T. L. Hlckey, samo cent to work road Whlttaker, 75 per .00 J. 50 2.50 ; per 7.00 13.30 lum- .... days lum- ber K''5 I5-50 Roberts, 5,4 team R. J. Roberts. 7 days, 0 hrs. 3 days 4 hrs. labor R. n. Canary, 0 dayB team. Tho Wilson Co., nails ami shovel , Bradley CralB. 12 duys, 3 HUery Head, 2 days, '3 hrs,. team Guy Marlow. 1 day, 5 hrs. la- bor J. It. Murphy. 7 days3 team. days Floyd Keown, 3 team John Neal, two days labor . . Seth Jet. 3 3 days team.. team. J. A. Webster, 8 4 dayslabor. . hrs. James Casey, N. A. Baize, 4V4 days labor S. C. Roberts. Vz day team. J. T. Eskrldge, 5 3 days team William Bates, 1 day, 8 hrs. labor lteat Kirk, 2 days, team I day labor Estll Marlow, 2 dus. 3 hrs. team ,' R. O. Evans, 1 duy, 3 hrs. la- bor R. O. Whlttler, 1 day, 1 hr. labor Frank RobertB, 22 days, 3 hrs. helper ,. Irhon Johnson, 2 days, 3 hrs. labor .. T. Vw Austin, 0 duys team.. l-- S.20 18.00 05 30, Ell M. Taylor, bal. 75 per cent contract to work road days labor, . C. T. Funk, Leo Hawkins. 75 per cent contract to work road Taylor & Rhoads, same . . . days, team C. F. Lake. 2 2 Vs days labor - , C T. Wcsterfleld, bridge Bills H. C. Ford, 2 days labor . . . S. G. Greer, brldgo material- days labor Ellis Bartlett, 1 day team L. T. Bartlett, 1 day, team 2 4 days labor , days hel- D. B. Bartlett. 4 per, nulls C5c Westcrfleld nros., 10S8 feet 22.50 0.25 18.75 1.85 8.43 0.25 li ... 9.85 5.00 2.00 5.50 2.60 5.60 9.65 Obe hrs. labor Wright, shop work ... 1.20 G'90 0 - A i 0.96 BARTLETTS DISTRICT NO. 8, ,2.00 RALPH NO. 21). 21.0.0 J. II. Davis, last payment G. H. Patton, 4 sills and G.25 contract to work road $ 5.00 building bridge 8.45 lo.oo Leu Hawkins, samo 4 J. A. Bellamy, team and work 2.00 E. M. Taylor, same 18.75 3.50 on road 0.25 10.00 T, L. Hlckey, sumo Lon Ralph, 1394 feet brldgo 12.00 34.97 lumber .80 $770.01 J. L. Patton, team and laTotal 13.55 . bor O D UAIVTIiKTTH DISTRICT NO.8, J, A. Bellamy, samo, etc . . 14.20 1.50 J. D. Adams & Co., casting No. 23. 9.50 for grader lc-0John T. Patton. work on road 3.00 C. A. Kelly, 50 per cent con- 205.00 2 days tract price to work road 8.00 1'80 Everett Gill, laborer on road C. A. Kelly, sharpening graa-e- r 11, W. Taylor, team labor and 4.75 ,, .. blades 0.25 . nnlls r 8'" J. L. Patton, hauling and I). B. Burtlett. 11 duys wprk 0.87 putting In culverts 22.35 on roud, nails 35o ,,,JU W. A Helm, 50 per cent con- 3.60 C. L. Mufian, hauling lumber 7.50 trnot nrlnn tn work road and S,J0 W. G. Hayden, teum ! 12.50 1.50 J, A. Raymond, same labor 3.75 J. D. Adams & Co., l grader 10 J. E. Taylor. 3 days labor. . COQ blade days laIL JO. Smiley, 1 L86 J. A. Bellamy, 14 days help- 28.30 bor 44c0 er, etc. y G. S. Holbrook, helper and 4.05 19.30 Alvah Kelly, 310 fL lumber. team -. ?" C. A. Kelly, last pay't. on 18.00 J. II. Ambrose, 2078 feet of 205.52 contract 60.86 ..- lumber 7.50 10.75 W. A. Helm, samu 11.260.86 J. V. Stlmson, lumber 8.12 Total 25.00 J. A. Raymond, same MrB. Molly Murray, road bed 7.50 J. S. Huff, same F. Ernest Hlnton, 60 per cent contract price o work FOltDHVlMiK DISTRICT NO. 7, $584.93 Total 12.50 road HHHHVK NO. ai. Ernest Hlnton, 23 day laMattle T. E. Duller, Mrs. 75 BARTLETT DISTRICT NO, 8, bor 0M Loyd road bed NO. 3.00 day team , Herman Iiarr, per cent Orant Pollard, 50 Reat Haynes, laying metal O. S. Holbrook, 6 days helper 2.Q contract on road 14.50 ,. culvert .....".,..', 2 days team . r T. 9. Butler, dynamite eto D. B. R. Wntklns. 24 days, team 1 day labor John Johnson, 190 feet lum- lumber ber , 20.00 7.50 day labor . . Georglo Johnson, 1 day labor II. W. Haynes, 2 days with team Charlie Taylor, 3 days with team ., Charlie B. Ncel, 1 V4 days labor days with O. A. Neel 1 team L. J. Taylor, helper, etc days laRolllo Spurrier 1 bor Rollle Spurrier 5 days labor days la- -, John Blckett, 1 bor J. 11. Chambers, 50 per cent contract price to work niad-- . i. .j,... ... ... m Rollle Spurrier 1 ,4 days la' bor days, Charles Taylor, 1 team L. J. Taylor, 614 days helper John Blckett road bed days J. B. Chambers, 2 witli team W. H. Coy, 1V4 days labor. . Rollle Spurrier 3 days labor G. A. Neal, 1 day labor, . . . Bertram Spurrier, 1 day la., bor L. J. Taylor, helper, team, lumber, etc J. B. Chambers, last paym't. on road contract W. II. Coy, 1 day labor, nails 20 cents L. J. Taylor, 1 day team, 2 days helper B. D. Spurrier. 4 days team Joslah Haynes, 1V4 days la'. bor C. D. Ghlst, 120 feet lumber Mike Tierney, 2 days team . . W. P. Taylor, 1 day team . . George Johnson, 3V4 days labor Rolllo Spurrier, 3 days labor L. J. Taylor, 7 days helper, dynamite, etc J. B. Chambers 25 per cent contract to work road . . J. S. Huff, 50 per cent same 1 6.00 9.00 1.88 4.50 43.65 1.88 6.25 1.88 . Ui.Oil 1.88 4.50 13.00 15.00 7.50 1.88 .... 3.75 1.25 1.2J? 25.00 7.50 1.45 0.00 12.00 1.75 2.40 0.00 3.00 4. 38 3.75 22.15 7.50 15.00 Total $284.43 Bartlett, .... , 1 day helper .... .... 1 BU-rOR- 0 ... .... :... .... - .... .... ........ .., ;? .... ....,,.., ." a"' V. L. Sutton, a pauper 20.00 4.25' Jesse Ford, conveying pauper to almshouse 2.00 8.00 7.12 W. A. Wallace, coffins Wallace & Porter, medcclno 9.00 for pauper 4.75 Dr. Oscar Allen, attention to pauper 42.75 2.00 Dr. Oscar Allen, visits to see paupers 15.00 9.50 J. C. Williams, two pauper 18.00 coffins 13.00 15.00 Hayden & McDanlel, Mdse. to smallpox patients 31.21 24.10 18.00 Zoe Huff, services to pauper 21.00 15.00 John W- - Taylor, provisions 16.00 for a pauper 10.00 15.00 J. F. Casebier, three pauper 18.00 cotlins 24.00 5.00 H. C. Crowder, almshouse 7.50 keeper 67.70 6.25 Ohio Co. Drug Company, Drugs for almshouse 37.95 7.82 James A. Tomerlln, for pau 3.75 '. ., per 78.00 T. F. Black, services as alms 9.85 house keeper 414.57 4.25 Dr. J. W. Taylor, operating pauper on 25.00 14.19 Frank Black, services as almshouse keeper 780.18 31.50 Frank Black, for Osteopath pauper doctor for 14.00 21.67 S. M. James, for pauper 42.00 pauE. K. Smith, Mdse., for 2.00 per 1.07 5.50 Dean Kirk, conveying lunatic to Hartford 3.75 pauper $440.85 Cobb & Richards, Total coffin 5.00 .$2,528.92 Dr. J. L. Denton, treatment Total of the District pauper of 2.00 $17,765.48 Hayden & McDanlel, Mdse. Grand Total pauper Scot Grooms 1O0 for & McDanlel. Mdse. . In addition to the foregoing the Hayden 6.00 for pauper Dee Tlchenor rnllnwlnir tahnwa flip vnrlmin claims allowed by the Fiscal Court during Hayden & McDanlel, Mdse. pauper Laura Bratcher 4.00 for tne year 1914 on account 01 me erec- Hayden & McDanlel, Mdse. tion of bridges, repair and mainpauper James Phlpps 5.00 for tenance of public roads and bridges. William McDougal, waiting UOAIIH AND BRIDGES. smallpox patients on 2.25 A. L. Greenburg Iron Co., Harrel Brothers, provisions con rour oriagos, smallpox patients 4.40 for $1550.00 contracct 5.00 James Browning, medeclne E. J. Leach, road bed smallpox patients 2.50 fcr 125.00 J. I. Bennett, road bed 175.00 Dr. George Everly, treating Mrs. A. A. Everly.road bed pauper 10.00 Cooper & Co., horse for St. 7.60 N. H. Baize, board for pauper Eng Road Royal 25.00 Beckle Lorenzo Marlow, work on school 13.00 Jas. H. Williams, road Indigent children 85.43 books for 6.00 Abe Embry, hauling timber iv.nn Arnold, hnullne timber 6.00 Ohio County Drug Co., school Indigent children 16.75 books for Mnrnhv Bros.. Combs Ford (1913 contract) 4uou.ou Carson & Co., Mdse. for almsbr dee 117.16 house McHenry Mfg., & Mach. Co., repairing gasoline engine 292.00 Acton Brothers, Mdse. .for 4.40 ,. almshouse Murphy Bros., balance on Mdse ' for Acton Brothers, (1913 conaboutments 23.55 almshouse 118.20 tract) A. W. Johnson, medicine for Louis Bridge Co., E. St. paupers 3.25 lirlflfo nt Pnmhs Ford 2700.00 Cooper & Co., conveyance of 1913 contract) ., 4.50 Fiscal Court to almshouse Lesne uoiDua, cuuiiuuiee ui 12.00 A. B. Wedding, Mdse. for .Hnmhs Ford paupers 17.20 15.00 Clias. Shown, road bed . . . 4.80 G. W. Powers, for pauper.. 25.00 S. L. King, tools 12.80 W. S. Dean, Mdse. to paupers W. C. Blankenshlp, clerk's 4.75 W. S. Dean, Mdse. to paupers cost M. J. Embry road 15.00 A. B. Wedding, Mdse., to PiiRn paupers 7.20 S. 6. Keown, sheriff's cost 2.00 James Tomerlln, for"use and M. J. Embry road case 48.75 benefit of paupers Mack Cook, viewer M. J. 1.00 Robert Plummer, pauper cofEmbry road case 5.00 fin E. B. Flnley, viewer M. J. 1.00 J. S. Casebier, pauper cofEmbry road case 8.30 25.00 fin, &c W. H. Baize, road bed 60.00 Ohio County Drug Co., drugs Embry, road bed . . M. J. 3.00 for almshouse, &o 20.00 Newton Embry, road bed Taylor, for 4.50 John W.King, papering pauper 10.00 Smith, co.m'r Wlnson alms2.00 John T. G. A. Barnes, dynamite . . . 20.00 house W. Leach, Committee G. chiln Rnnri 3.00 Frank Black, conveying 12.95 dren to Home Ed Shown, Committee G. R. IndiC. 3.00 H. gentActon, books for Road 1.05 children R. C. Tlchenor, Committee pauC. 3.00 J. per Bennett, coal for R. Road G. 2.00 Gordon Taylor, work on. E. Mlschke, R. R. 7.20 H. indigent children fare for Green River road 4.15 work on O. W. Brown, firopn Tllvor road 21.58 Her & Black, supplies for 2.80 pauper Dick Green, work on Green pau1.40 Cooper & Co., wood for River road 2.00 per W. O. Campfield, work on 8.76 Green River road $2,922.26 Total R. W. Taylor, work on 9.25 road Green River COURTHOUSE AND JAIL. work on Grant, Taylor 7.35 John P. Morton & Co., book Green River road $ 12.34 for county clerk C. N. Brown, work on Green 24.60 Bean Bros., lumber furnishRiver road 11.46 ed for office repairs B. Elliot, work on Green 3.85 O. C. Martin, settlement River road 25.00 with sheriff work on N. M. Taylor, 10.13 U. 8. Carson, Mdse., for Green River road 6.10 courthouse and jail work on G. W. Carafleld .50 T. H. Black, commission on Green River road 25.20 school taxes $27,020.57 W. P. Mldklff, allowance for Grand Total keeping court house and 420.00 jail Tho fnilnwlnir is a comnlete list Elllott-FlshCo., book maof claims allowed by the Fiscal county clerk.. 215.00 Court during the year 1914, for vari- E. chine for 3.00 E. Blrkhead. freight ous purposes: 1.15 A. D. White, Mdse ARMORY. $ 120.00 C. M. Barnett, for Insurance C. J. Rhoads, rent on court house and jail.. 150.00 Ky. Light & Power Co., 10.00 R. R. Riley, for Insurance on 160.00 light for armory court house and jail $130.00 W. P. Mldklff, services as 125.95 Total jailer, to Jan. 13, 1914.. CHARITV. W. S. Tlnsley, services as oduoer $10.00 90.41 Mm. Alice Storms, county clerk A. B. Kevil, Mdse. for smallBlack & Blrkhead, coal for 12.10 pox patients court house and Jail .. 54.92 Curson & Co., Mdse., to jail 42.40 James Browning, drugs .for 2.68 Hartford Mill Co., material smallpox patients 3.20 furnished jail James Tomerlln, for Nannie 32.&U A. C. Yelser, for Insurance Fulkerson &c on court house and jail '112.50 Estll Martin, conveyance to clerk 5.00 W. C. Blankenshlp, paupers, almshouse 30.80 services Taylor Coal Co., smallpox 96.90 John P. Morton & Co.. books claim . 41.00 for county clerk's office. Ohlp County Drug Co., medi ju.dd 8. L. King, hardware for cine for almsouse .00 county Dr. J. L. Smith, physician 8.00 W. P. Mldklff, services as smallpox patients 236.00 Mdse., for C. E. Crowder, Jailer 57.80 22.79 Carson & Co almshouse Oil22.85 U. 8. Carson, Mdse Wlnson Smith, for Mary 42.42 100.00 John Sutton, coal er and children Walter Kennedy, hauling H, T. Crowder, almshouse a. keeper, to Jan. 1, 1814 .. 340.C6 coal lacks for Beau Brothers, Dr. J. D. Stewart, medical 3.Q 18.00 clerk's oScs .attention to pauper 5.00 A. W. Johnson, medicine for J. W. McGrady 6.00 9.00 II. T. Crowder, attention to pauper 3.00 3.00 P. R. Manlcy ft Rro pauper coffin 2.25 George Hlllard, pauper 6.25 Dr. P. T. Willis, medical attention to pauper 8.12 R. T. Taylor, medicine for Esq. Hodges, to pauper . . 20.00 J. D. Chlnn, board for Esq. Hodges, pauper 18.G2 J. P. Taylor, conveying Esq. Hodges to almshouse . . 8.50 S. J. Tlchenor, Mdse. small pox patients 3.00 James Keown, conveyance of pauper to almshouse . . 3.50 .... 20.50 cuit clerk's oftlces coal and pauper coffins 118.80 8.00 W. P. Mldklff, services as jailer to Oct. 8, 1914 .. 743.40 60.00 AI Stalswnrth, repairs on of12.00 Black ft Blrkhead, 10.00 4,00 5.00 2.00 16.71 4.00 6.60 Hartford Mill Co., material for repair county and cir- Paul fice of county clerk Thomas Brothers, stove and sheriffs Woodward, office repairing .... 100.00 236,00 -- .... .... ........ ... .... .... .... plies furnished Jail 30.16 W. P. Mldklff, Bervlces as to Dec. 22, 1914.. 123.75 Jailer Ky. Light ft Power Co., light and water for courthouse and jail 358.67 J. N. Embry, painting 4.75 Bean Brothers, lumber for county Judge's office 20.70 W. S. Tlnsley, garbage cans 9.00 W. C. Blankenshlp, locks for courthouse 5.40 Nellie W. Petty, copying evidence 10.00 W. R". Hedrlck, work on courthouso 20.00 Hartford Republican, toilet paper 12.00 W. R. Hedrlck, work on clerk's office 11.70 W. R. Hedrlck, work on courthouse 56.45 T. E. Moss, plastering 8.00 Jno. T. King, wall paper for Co. clerk, Co. Judge, and sheriff's offices 28.03 Hartford Republican toilet paper 7.70 Arch Staiisworth, work In county clerk's office 7.00 Arch Staiisworth, work In county superintendent's office 15.00 John T. King, papering 3 county offices 8.26 Paul Woodward, repairs and material on county offices 24.00 Hartford Republican, toilet paper 4.00 Bean Bros., lumber 2.85 repairs Fredrick Disinfect Co., sup- 23.40 .... .... .... .... Total $3,945.04 ,., iia .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..... .... .... er ...... GENERAL EXPENSE FUND. Claims allowed by the Fiscal Court 1914. Nellie W. Petty, reporting Wlnchell case $ 5.00 E. F. Render, Tax supervisor 19.50 S. H. Render, Tax supervisor. .19.50 W. T. Keown, Tax supervisor 19.50 W. F. Sanderfur, Tax supervisor 19.50 Hosea Shown, Tax supervisor 19.50 W. C. Blankenshlp, clerk to supervisors 19.60 Dr. A. B. Riley, J. E. Johnson Inquest 16.00 Ed. Shown, per diem to Jan. 13, 1914 21.00 B. F. Rice, per diem to Jan. 13, 1914 21.00 L. A. McDanlel, per diem to 21.00 Jan. 13, 1914 B. W. Taylor, per diem to 21.00 Jan. 13, 1914 Wlnson Smith, per diem to Jan. 13, 1914 21.00 R. C. Tlchenor, per diem to 21.00 Jan. 13, 1914 W. S. Dean, per diem to Jan. 13, 1914 21.00 S. W. Leach, per diem to Jan. 13, 1914 21.00 W. C. Blankenshlp, per diem to Jan. 13, 1914 21.00 W. S. Tlnsley, making flnan-- " clal statement 25.00 John T. More, making financial statement 25.00 41.25 Hartford Republican W. C. Blankenshlp. clerk's fees to Feb. 9. 1914 59.01 Marvin Miller, reporting commonwealth cases 30.00 Nellie W. Petty, reporting ,. Nantz case 5.00 S. O. Keown, services as 215.85 Sheriff W. W. and,H. R. Plrtle.dltch assessment 100.00 Esq., per R. C. Tlchenor, 9.00 diem B. F. Rice, Esq., per diem.. 9.00 W. S. Dean, Esq., per diem. . 9.00 Es,q., per S. W. Leach 9.00 diem 9.00 B. W. Taylor, Esq., per diem Esq., per L. A. McDanlel, 9.00 diem per Smith, Esq., Wlnson 9.00 diem 9.00 Ed Shown, Esq., per diem.. W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk, per 9.00 diem 6.00 B. F. Rice, Esq., per diem.. 6.00 W. S. Dean, Esq., per diem. . 6.00 8. W. Leach, Esq., per diem. 6.00 B. W. Taylor, Esq., per diem L. A. McDanlel, Esq., per 6.00 diem 6,00 Ed Shown, Esq., per diem.. per W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk, 6.00 diem Hartford Republican, print' 45.00 ing John P. Morton & Co.,books 37,25 Magistrates for John B. WJ'son, marriage 3.50 register 574.50 State Register S. W. Leach, Esq., per diem 12.00 12.00 B. W. Taylor., Esq., per diem Wlnson Smith, Esq., per diem 12.00 12.00 W. S. Dean, Esq., per diem. 12.00 B. F. Rice, Esq., per diem.. Esq., per R. C. Tlchenor, 12.01 diem per L. A. McDanlel, Esq., 12.00 diem Ed Shown, Esq., per diem.. 12.00 W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk.per 12.00 diem E. P. Barnes & Bro., school 3.67 books to Sunt. Leach . . . 10.00 Boys' Corn Club 3.00 W. 8. Dean, Esq., per diem 3.00 S. W. Leach, Esq., per diem 3.00 B. W. Taylor, Esq., per diem L. A. McDanlel .Esq., per 3.00 diem 3.00 Wlnson Smith, Esq., per diem 3.00 Ed Shown. Esq., pec diem.. R. C. Tlchenor, Esq., per 3.00 diem 3.00 B. F. Rico, Esq., per diem.. W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk.per 3.00 diem as 8. O. Keown, services 204.36 Sheriff 1.75 Black & Blrkhead, freight.. Felix, balance on Bernard 33.30 . . , assessment Dr. A. D. Riley, J. T. Felix 6.00 Inquest J. IJ. Milton, conveying prls- 1 .... .... .... Continued on 10th P8e. ..' "l Bratcher, J. W 2.50 Dyers, Mervllln 2,50 M Cook, .lessu Eiiin, 2,50 , 2.50 2.50 Mitchell, Archie Evans, K, y. . . 3.4 5lt)evlne, Georgo 2.50 2.50 Miller. Essie Krsns, L, n, . . Contlnuod from 9th pngo. 2.50 Devlne, T. 2.50 1.25 Nash, A. A EverB. 80. . . Decker, W. T, 3.50 2.50 2.50 Patterson, W. C I r Ha,'. .Toll n . 2.5(1 Tabor. Ed 2.50 English, Mont t a a 2.50 oner from Uwcnsboro . . . 14.05 S 2.50 Fulton, R. H (A) 2.50 ri.n. R. C. .. 3.50 ThnnniB. 15.91 Howard, T. L. M. Ward, ditch assessment 2.50 Garrett, Jesso 3.B0 Whllewortli. W. S 2.50 W. C. Knott, ditch assessHoward. J. W. 2.50 (ilvcns, Wnlter 2.50 Wilson, J. J 2.50 M Hslm, .1. T. . . . 21.20 ment Voting. C. A 2.50 Graves, J. E 2.85 2.50 Huff, J. A assessIS. XV. Rial, ditch Harvey, I. 0 Xo. "8. .Xnrrot. Pieeinct 2.50 2.50 Hln 20.65 ment II, L, . . Huflln, Clyde 2,50 Brown, Geo. R. $2.50 2.50 .Ieff)le, J. S. . . It. B. Martin, ditch assess2.50 Ilines, Irn 3.50 Boiling. Homer 2.50 newmnn, Mack 2G.50 ment Bennett, E. L 2.50 Hlnes, S. B 2.50 2,50 Klnr, Robert . llewley, Rosroo 2.50 Hiues, J. R J. P. Taylor, ditch assess2.50 2,50 ment Lake, l.sslle . . 7.17 Coppago, Roy '. 2.50 Hill, C. L 2.50 2.50 or Uko. F. K. Hartford Herald, advertis2.50 Hoover, C. W. . . . 3.50 Poppage, W. S 2,50 Mllto, J. T. 50.80 ing 2.5(1 CuminliigH, N. T 2.50 Jones, Pay ton ., ., 2.50 nisTitirr .o. t. Pntton, Antra . 4.90 Johnson, J, W. . , Hartford Republican, prima2.50 Davidson, Geo. W 2.50 2G5.54 Precinct Xo. IS, Rust. Fonliville. Ralph, Usury . ry election supplies Total . . . $ 72,903.23 ... 2..M1 Johnson, I.es . . . . 2.50 Fentress, Jeff 2.50 Name of XV. T.Ual Hhoniti, Butler clerk By amount of 3.5(1 (Iruliaiu, Roniiiey C. Blankenship, ,. 2,50 Keown, Jim . , . . 2.50 Tax Payer. T.iX. Rlionds, W. W. 409.12 deficit Jan. 1, fees 2.50 Keown, A. 0. . . '. . 3.25 Hurilsoii, Cooper 2.50 o Rhonda, 11. O. . A nil. T. II. . 2.5(1 Klper, James 34,7G0.4S .$ 1915 E. P. Barnard, Election com2.50 llerr, C. ,M 2.50 0 Itltondt, Selb . 20.00 Asklos. Oslinu missioner, 1913 ;. . .. 2.50 Laytou, Dr. Chns. . 2.50 Loyd, II. Lee 2.50 0 Russplhnrg, R. J. .$107,003.71 Burden, Jeff . 2.50 Morris, J. 11 Total . . . James Lyons, Election com2.50 Laws, J. T 2.50 o Rnyburn. J. R. Brown, Acey 20.00 missioner, 1913 2.50 Myers, Slieb 2.50 MldkllT, Tom . . 2.50 o Rnpp. Oscar . Crowe, II. D. Miller, reporting Marvin 2.50 McDonald, Chas. . . Wo would further report 2.50 Miller, J. T 2.50 X.: o r i . .lobii , 5.00 Check. .1. .1. . 2.50 Nichols, Dayton, . . Crowe en so 2.50 Nash, A. II that tho value of road 2.50 it WesterfliJd, .1. I). Chancellor. O. P 2,50 Italns, N. V 5.311 lingers, J. W John I. Morton & Co., Elec material, tools nnd road 2.50 a Weaterllrld, Onenr Cravens, J. T. . 22.02 us working machinery tion Supplies 2.50 (tender. J. E 2.50 lingers. J. 0 2.50 ..,. 0 wiiituUor. J. W Bradley-GilbeDavidson, J. L. . Co., witness 3.90 Ross, W. L 2.50 Kaliili, Lounle shown by npprulsmcnt 2,50 2..".ti WrlRltt. TlinniaB . 13.30 book on January 1, 1914,was $4,045.00 Evans. P. L. 2.50 Rlldd, G. L 2.50 Smith, Clarence 2.50 . 2.50 Wells, J. I). .. Fcrrv. .1. 11 15.00 On January 1, 1915, the 2.50 Taylor, Guy . . Ed Shown, Esq., per dlcnt.. 2.50 .Smith, Jit 2.50 a.r.o . Shrader, Carson, . Ben W. Taylor, Esq., per 2.50 Thomas, J. R, , , , same was appraised.... 2,338.00 Fallon. .1. M. lYccliut Xi Jll. Knlpli. 2.50 . . . . 2 50 Brown, 15.00 Fralzo. J. C Shrailer. T diem 2.50 Thomas, Frank. . . . II. P. 2.50 . 2.50 Bulling, ,lese w, .r....N....$2.r,o Shrader. S. O 15.00 .Showing depreciation. $2,307.00 Gillespie, Clarence . . . 2.50 Tichenor, L. R; . . B. P. Itlco. Esq., per diem.. 2.05 Shrader. J. W 2.50 2 50 per diem 15.00 S. V. Leach, Es 2.50 Tichenor, 1) Wo would further report that of Glllliiey. It. G. .. Hnlse, W. T 3.50 Shrader, Frank 2.50 , .. . 2. .Ml 15.00 the claims allowed during the year Heddln, E XV. S. Dean, Esq., per diem. 2.5o Wilson, Joo , . C. It. 2.50 .Simmons, II. C 2.50 . .'.. 2 5(1 liaise. .' 2.50 Wallace. C. W R. C. Tlchenor,Esq.,per diem 15.00 1914, the following wore upon con- Heddin. Pies. llnlse. il. .1 2.50 Vandlver, 2.50 ... . . :: .".it Mjiitfrliu. 2.50 tract made and authorized by the Head. II. . I A. C L. A. McDanicl, Esq., per 5.50 Whltler. Ben .... 2.50 Moarmnn, F. C 2.50 DEUXOI EXT POLL TAX LIST OF 15.00 Plseal Court prior to January 1st, .!ol iisoii, John 2..fll diem . Whlttlor, Watford 2.50 Cleiuoiis. F. C Junes. L. I 2.50 Wlnson Smith, Esq., per diem 15.00 1914: MrllKMtV PRECIXCT No. 15. 2.50 Whltler. Frank . . . 2.50 2.50 Allen, A. L. Greenburg Iron Co.. $1,550. 00 loins. W. II 3.1(1 Evnns, Rent . W. C. Blankenship, Clerk.per John II . . 2.50 2.50 Willis, Roscoe Keel nil, A 2.50 Ashford, 15.00 Murphy Bros., abutments IJvans, J. R diem 2.50 Willis. Eminett Robert 2.50 , .'. . 2.50 Evsns. Porter 2.50 Austin, 4.11S.20 Key, J. M Combs' Pord C. O. Hunter, Barnes ditch 2.50 Wedding, James Blaine 2.50 Farmer, Grover 2.5o 2.50 200.00 East St. Louis Bridge Co.. 2,700.00 Morton. W. C assessment 3.75 Wedding, J. M ... '.50 ('uqiln, B. C. . . . , 3.50 Miller. Doe J 2.50 Atchison, Henry 12.00 Dr. A. IJ. nilcy, two inquests 2.50 Aultinlre, W. II :!.5o Fioiuhu, 2.50 .?S,3GS.20 Matt hewn, W. L Total ' 2,50 DELINQFEXT POLL TAX LIST OF Burgher, Jesse James Lyons, election comJ. C 2.".e Field 2.50 Matthews. Henry Resnect fully submitted. 20.00 missioner 1914 man. Dor.i 2.50 BEAVER DAM .MAGISTERIAL IMS- - Brooiiilleld, Cliarllo . .. 2.5i Koby. Claude 2.50 W. C. BLANKENSHIP, 7au'U W. H. Riley, election com3.25 TRHT XO. a, CROMWELL Burden. Grnndvllle j . 2.50 Greer, C. I) 2.50 Itobv. J. W C. O. HUNTER. 20.00 missioner 1914 Greer. 2.50 PREC1XCT XO. (I. Blackburn, William .. .. . .. 2.50 Speller, W. M 3.504 JNO. B. WILSON, 1.33 Greer, 'I'. G S. E. Bennett, freight 2.50 Davis. O. O . . . . 2.5o Tliiiriiian, II. II 2.50 $2.50 Baize, J. T Committee. Greer, Walter Hartford Republican, election 2.50 Kissinger, N. B . , . 2.50 Whltler, J. S 2.50 ;t.r0 iiatzc, Dav 127.35 supplies Hendrh. J. C 2.50 Oiler, Eugene . . 2 5t) Wilson, A 3.50 2.50 Bishop, A. T tleiidrlx, W. F C. E. Smith, balance on in2.50 I'liiinmer, G. R RELIXQIEXT POLL TAX LIST OK White. W. I) 2.50 2.50 2.50 Caskey. Ernest 100.75 surance policy toward, Mounm 2.50' Royal. . . . 2.50 Wells, X. II 2.50 HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL 2.50 Carmlckle, John Hnynew, R. K 2.,0 Sorrels, D.(I.A H J. W. Howard, conveying .2 5 2.50 Well. Renico 2.50 Crane, Frank D1STR FT Xo. I. 11.75 prisoner Hardin. W. O !..'!!!:!! 2.50 Smith, J. W 2.50 2 50 ('rallies, Archie Pieiincl Xo. Ill, Wcxt. F I'lNville. Keown. J. W COO B. P. Rice. Esq., per diem.. 4.50 Strut ton, Pivcliii'l Xo. t, East HaMI'ind. 2 71 .50 Cnrncs, Charlie . . .$2 50 U-Is. Williams Anthony, R. A Ben W. Taylor, Esq., per 2.50 Torrence. J. P Total Name of James 2.50 2.50 Cargal. Will COO . . . 2 5(1 Lanmstlis, P. It 2.50 Taylor. diem Tax. ilnl.e. W. II. (N .1.1. Tax Payer. r.n Craddock, J. F C 2.50 ."..50 Malme. Forrest Butler. W. P. . . 2.50 Taylor, II. C L. A. McDaniel, Esq., per .$2.50 Allen. Clarence . It. 2.50 2.50 Deno. Will '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 'I'r.o 2.5H Morgan. .1. It C00 Allen, Ira diem . 2.50 Brown. Steve . 3.C0 2.50 Dean, Jesse . . . 2.50 Norrls. Joe COO Burden, J. W. . 2.50 Warren J. F. T Ed Shown, Esq., per diem.. . Ashley, Rufus . 2..e Casey, Bob . . . Webb, B 2.50 Daniel. James 2.50 COO 5.50 Plerceii. 'W. A N 2.50 W. S. Dean, Esq., per diem. . . 2.50 Bailey, Alonzo . Douglas, Ethel L 2.50 COO 2.50 Powers. IS. It Cooper, E. II. . S. W. Leach, Esq. per diem. 2.50 POLL TAX LIST Ol" Daugherty, G 2.50 Beam. Frank . . n.Gl . . . 2 50 Ralph. Hlrnni W. Davis, J. II. Esq., per R C. Tichenor, 2.50 EAST BEAVER BA.M PRECIXCT Evans, It. T 3.50 J. C. . . 2.50 . . . 2.50 Sharp, G. W COO neimett. 2.50diem XO, i:t. 2.50 Davis, Van . . . Boznrth, Eek . . Evans, Lon 3, r,o . . . 2.50 Sapp. C. C COO Bulllngton. 2.50 Barnard. J. Ed. . . Wlnson Smith, Esq. per diem 2. or. Evans. Will . . E. L. $2.50 Graham. Charliu a.r.O . .. 2.511 Tanner, Cliarllo 2.50 Bennett, Otis W. C. Blankenship, Clerk.per 2.50 Evans, Frank . Calloway. Richard 2.50 Garrison, James 3.r,o S.5( Taylor, P. I) COO 2.50 Brown. R. E diem 2.50 Embrey. A. D. . Embr.v. V. R. .. 3.13 Guy, Everett 2.50 . .. 1.5(1 Taylor. Oscar Greer, M. L. 2.50 Bozarth, Malt . . . W. C. Blankenship, witness 11. . . 2.50 aught. T. 2.50 Grant, E. G 3.50 . .. 2.:.' Wells, Estill 2.50 Douglas, W. M. . . before State Board Equal2.50 Greer, Fred . . Felix, Barnard .. 3.50 Gwyim, David 2.50 . .. 2".o Ward. I. T 15.45 Fogg, J. L. ...'. 2.50 Ferguson, Arthur ., ization, expenses 2.50 Gentry. It. . 2.50 Harris, W. L 2.50 . . . 3 11 Waul. W. W 3.50 James, S. W W. R. Garrett, witness be2.511 Huff. O. M. Foster, J. Ne,y 2.50 Hobdy, Jasper .' 2.50 "... 2 .. Pieeiiiet Xn. :tl, llcrli-i-- t fore State Board EqualizaKissinger. Oils . .. 2.5" In IT, Garland Micks, William . 2.50 Haven, Will If 11 2.50 n IT, J. :.. 2.:.o llartletl. atu 8.28 Hoover. .1. 11. . . tion, expenses $2.50 McKeniiey, Orvll I). 2.50 2.50 Likens, W. M -. A 2.50 . . . :: .' 2.50 tMltin. W. II Basst'tl. J. It Dr. Pal T. Willis, witness be2..",0 HalHounton. .Itiu . 2.50 Loney, Willie 2.50 ... 2 Pii'ketl. .1. F 3.40 (Jiiliin. Miss Irene fore State Board Equaliza2.50 Hale. Irvin . ... Honshu w. Maxwell 3.15 Mclntlre, Jaeol 2.50 . . . 2."e I'.inary. John . 2.5a Reeder, A. L 15.45 Kesslnger. I). It. . tion, expenses 2.5C Keown, G. S. 2.50 Nance, Alfred Ml Fuqun. .1. W 2.50 . .. 2. 3.50 Richardson, Claude C. O. Hunter, witness before King, Whalen . . 2.50 Xeu'.on, G. F. . 2.50 Parson, Lee 3.r,0 . . . 3 '.0 fnwlii '.. l 2.50 Richardson, Ben . . State board Equalization 2.50 Owen. W. A. Loney. Will . . . . 2.50 Parks, Flnley 2.50 Huff, Alva 2.50 Roach, Sam expenses 15.45 Massoy, .T. O i 2.5(1 I'erry. Wesley J. 3.50 Pierce, Sherman 2.50 . . . 2 Mi HufT. W. S 2.50 Smiley, J. W. John B. Wilson, witness be2.50 Rlee. Gi orga Mllburn. J. I). . 3.50 Patterson, Sum . .. 2..0 nankins, G. II 2.50 3.00 Snodgrass, J. M. . fore State Board Equaliza2.50 Richard. I.on Moeloy. C'al . . . 2.50 Phelps, J. W . ;t.r,o . .. 2M Iloliba, i. G 2.50 Sowders. Sam . . . 15.45 Peach. Phas tion, expenses 2.50 Rally. J. . .. 2.50 Park. Arthur .. ..-. 2 50 Martin. Jeff 1.00 ... 2.50 Stevens. Warren . . . Robert Bond, conveying pris5.32 Hire, A reli . Supp. Lesllo . 2.C0 Robinson, James 4 75 May. 3. 50 . .'. Berry 2.50 Webster. Everett ., S.50 Short. J. II. . . . oner 2.50 Ropers. James 2.50 Reynolds. Morris 2.50 .'. . 2.50 McCarty. Ellas 2.50 Young, Allen W. H. Barnes, for T. R. Pur- 2..".o Smith. 1. R. Snider, Harry . . 2.50 Schroader, Clem ... 2.50 ?.50 I'nyiie. John 2.50 geson, twice paid taxes.. 1.50 Spinks, Luther . 2.5'. Smith. Arthur Jr. .. .. !) a.co rv.-tI'ayne. K. l .. J.-- S. DELIXOHDXT I'OLL TAX LIST OF Trail, Will 2.50 Robert Bond, conveying pris2.50 Smith. Slovens, Virgil . . 3.50 ... S,M I'axne. Pints 2.5o WEST HEAVER DAM PRECIXCT Taylor, James 10.48 Stevens. Clint . . oner 2.5e Slniielt. Tate, W. T. .1. 10 2.55 Iteardou. Henry 2.50 2.50 C. R. Ashby, twice paid tax 2.51' Tilford. Stewart. R. M. . . XO. 1 I. .' 5;ro Spurrier. Itollle Toll. Willie 2.50 2.50 Amos, 1.50 Stone, Ollie . es 2.50 Tliotloii. P. A ., Jack 2,r.o Spurrier. Owen .$2.50 Willet. Hen .. George 2.50 W. A. Shackleford, convey2.50 Wsrner, Stewart. Richard . . 3.50 Wlllett, Ed. J 2! 50 Austin. S. 11 .. 1.60 Skinner, ('. O W ddlng. Edgar 2.50 M 10.10 Sanderfur. .1. T. . ing prisoner 2.50 . 2.50 HELIXgiEXT .. 2.50 Ta lor, E. M 2.50 Austin, Mack S. O. Keown, conveying pris3.50 White. W. U Travis. Morrison . I'OLL TAX LIST OF Baker, Clarence . . . 3.50 . . 2.50 13. SO Tyro. R. E oner 2.50 White. Ulllle DEI.IM.M-HXI'OLL TAX LIST OF Baldwin" (1. W. . . ROCICPORT l'RECIXCT . 2.5(1 SOITH Precinct Xo. HI, Sluvvt C. E. Smith, part premium 3.50 Weboster, L. M. . I, I'll IK M'KIXGS .MAGI.S- XO. II. Bozarth, Joe SI' . 2.50 .$3.15 on pulley, court house and 2.50 Iti'iinett, Tom Wliitenmii. C. P. . Brown W. French . 2.50 .Mien. R. N TKISIAI, DISTRICT No. (I. 2.50 2.50 50.00 Witisatt, Loiiuie . jail 3.50 Burnett, Win. Carter, . 2.50 Ashrord, J, N. . . . 2.50 3.50 Pin im I Sit. I, Sulphur Springs. Carter. Jusper . .. .. Primary election officers... 40CC0 Carden. Olllo I Clayton West lull ford. Picciiict Xo. . 2.50 Burden, Nathan . . 2.50 X of 2.50 400. CO .'allien, Willis Total Daugherty David . General election officers . 3.50 Byers. Julian .. 2.50 2.50 Tax Payer, Tax. Geary, E. E Yrbuekle. J. 1) $2.50 'alter. J. W. . 2.50 Coleman, L. O. . . 2.C0 ,3.50 Ashworih. William $4,710.30 Hiu ton. C. A. Mrs 1.00 Cuniiiilugs, F. P. Total $2.50 Gray. Elijah . 2.50 Dunks, A. II 2.50 2i50 Cotton, Jerry . 2.50 Ashley, O. L 2.50 Hall Mack Bennett. (?. C . 2.50 Decker, J. It. , . 2. 50 . 2.50 2.50 Autry. 11. C Byers. Granle 2.50 Davidson. D. O. INTEREST. Hull. Lcn . 2.50 Decker, John O. . . . 3.50 . 2.50 2.50 Autry, B. F 2.5P eWitt. M. H. , 35.00 Caseblor. J. P Mrs. Katherlne Taylor Hull. W. W . 2.50 Decker. Charles '. . 2.50 . 2.50 a.fio Acton, I. W Noah . 2.50 'isk-ld55.00 Carpenter; Richard . Sara Shaver Hughes L. F. . . . . 2.50 Duncan, D. M. . . . 2.50 . 2.50 MydllltlR. J. E. II . . . . 1.50 250 Bratcher. Argnn 4C.20 Carpenter. Barnard . Mrs. Maggie Griffin Hughes Ed . 2.50 Engler, T. P 3.50 . 2.50 2.50 Hrite. W. O 3.50 Mazelwood, Win. 31.50 Caulley. J. A Mrs. Maggie GrIIIln Johnson, Eugene . . 2.50 Ftilkerson, Alfred . 4.50 J, 50 Berkley, Henry . 2.50 2.5o lill. Lfo 70.00 Cbluii. Ilerncliol . . . . S. A. Bratcher . 2.50 Garrett, W. R: . .'. 3.50 2i50 Crowe. T. II. . .: 2.50 Jones, Henry 2.5C Ceene. William . 131.25 Daugherty. Marlln . . Dundee Deposit Bank . 2.50 Geary, John . . !(2!.r.O Klnibley, F. E. . . , 3.50 Elijah 3.50 "roie, Murray 3.50 140.00 Enibrey, J. N Mrs. Nancy Keown C . 2.50 Geary. J. R 3.50 2,50 Early, Dlllls 2.50 Matthews, T. S. .'2.50 Alain, C. A. A 2S0.00 Glenn. A. E Keown Joe . 3.50 Grltlln, Joe 2,31) ''arly, Ed. 3.50 . 2.50 Millard. 3.50 'Iilun, Jno. W. . 05.18 Gibson. .1. F A. J. Davenport McDaniel, Arthur . 2.50 Graves, W. P. . ., . . G.18 . 2.50 2. SO Early, Walter 2.50 Morris, E. F. 350.00 Hellln. V. L Bank of Caneyvllle McDanicl, Robt. . . . . 2.50 Graves, Wllllo .'. . G.G0 C . . . 4.50 II 2. 50 Fitzhuh, C. Ilines, 3.50 I'aytoii, C. L. Farmers' & Merchants Bank 105.00 Hudson,E. F. T Pate, Hardin . . . . . 2.50 Hum, John D. . . . 2.50 . 3.15 2.50 Gray, W. D 2.50 Patterson, C. O. . 34. CI Layton Williams Payton, John . . . 2.50 Hamilton, John . . .1. L . 2.50 1.50 21.50 Huff. 2. 5Q Raldon. G. W. . . 84.00 Hudson, Jas Mary E. Wilson Puyton M. M. 2.50 Her. II. P . 2.50 2.50 2.50 KIssiiiKer, John 2.50 Slack, Jesse . . . 8.30 Hudson, Alex F. T. Jackson 2.50 Jackson, S. A. . . , Liilen, Jerry (Lewellen) .. . 2.50 Peters, Will .. 4.50 2.50 2.50 Spours, J. W. 157.00 Hiues. John Bank of Caneyvllle 3.H0 Jackson, II. I)., Jr. . 2.50 Rains, L. S 2.50 2.50 Miller. A. I). 2.50 itoiip, Hoftcoo . SO. 00 Iledrlck. W. R J. P. Stevens Sanders, I. C. 2.50 Jenkins, A. J. . . . I". May, Frank . 2.50 Minlcn. W. It 2.50 3.50 2.50 Wellr.. L. 212.00 Thomas Holbrook 2.50 Jones, John R. . . . A'eps, .la m ('8 II, Murphy, Ed . 2.50 Stewart, Adrian . W n.r.f 3.50 2.50 "W. B. Igleheart 34.00 Mnrtin. J. 2.50 Jones, J, O . 2.50 Stewart, Herman 5.1 2 Wells, Frank . . 4.50 4.50 Miller, A. R SO. 15 Miller. John W Mark Renfrow 2.50 Jones, Tom Na hours. W. II . 2.50 Stewart. W. R. . . Moore. 11. II 3.50 C5o "W. A. Stinnett 37G.35 Taylor, Robert . . 2.50 Maples, Earl . . Phillip:.. Leo I! . 2.50 3.50 OKI.IXOFENT POLL-TA2.50 350.00 I'uekett. L. Mrs. Dorothy Harrass LIST OF PotK II. T 2.50 Martin, W. A GO . 2.50 Themis, Charlie . 2.50 157.50 Rlenrd, W. E Bank of Caneyvllle P.ARTLKTT'S MAGISTKIM L 2.50 Mluton, Garrett .. .." . 2.50 Themis, Oscar 53 Peach. EIjih Schneeter, Emma Mrs. 2.50 2S.70 Mrs. M. J. Ross No. H. DISTRICT 2.50 McCoy, Newt St. Clair. Cub . 2.50 White. W. M 3.50 2.50 Farmers & Merchants Bank 105.00 Schroder. Emory . Precinct Xo. !!, .Etiiaville. ' 2.50 McCoy, R. E. . Tea ue, W. E. . . . ; . 2.50 Wilson, J.J 2.50 2.50 "W. F. Howard 70.00 Shown, W. S Nichols, Win. . .$2.50 Toms, J. J. . . 2.50 DiaiXQFEXT POLL TAX Taylor, C. L . . . . 2.50 Barrett, Ruuu 2.G0 LIST OF Peyton, E. W. Jackson, interest and . 2.00 Paul . Wllltey, Georgo' . 2.50 2.50 Clark. Hubert 2.50 100.00 Taylor. Jno. AP PRKXTIS PRECIXCT NO. BO. loan . 3.50 Wright. Logan Roy Roach, S. W. . . 2.50 . . . . 2.50 Cnytinger, Thomas. R. 3.G0 , 37.00 Vertreos, Louisa K. Taylor . ?2.G0 Robertson W. D. . 2.50 Brown. Wllllo 2f0 Wilkes. Plmrllu 2.50 Hurler, R. W 2.G0A J. W Bank of Hartlord, coupon No. M . 2.50 50 Robertson, Roy Vomit', W. O . . . . 2.5(1 Fanner, Real . 2.50 French, Georgo 2.50 10.00 Wallace, "Erna 40 I . 2.50 Sailing, John . , 2.10 Young. J. .1 . . . . 5.50 Howuid. 10. . 2.50 Frlzzell, II. II. ., Williams. Thou 2.50 It, L. 4.97 Tolcy, J. S. Voitug, W. L . 2.50 Ferguson, Wllkerson. W. A. . . . 3.50 IoIiiimiii, Henry 2.50 Total ....$3,233.74 2?ntf Voting, J. M Loyd. G. C . 3.50 Vanmeter, J. I). . 2.50 Ferguson A. L. . 2.50 Pieeinct X'i. il. Bella. Grealhouso, L. S. . '.nullum, John 2.98 Vinson, Will . . 2.50 2.50 I'rerliU'l Xo. .1, Magau Alien, Elmer $2.50 .Mullen, John SALARIES. Jones, Jhseph . , , . 2.50 2.50 White, T. J. . . M. A 2.5(1 2.G0 . Ilenlon, 1. P Baugl Hr. A. II Riley, county physl- .$2.50 Leach, G. S . 2.50 McCarty. W. I) Oils) Williams. T. S. 51 Edgar 2 2.50 " W. A . 2.50 125.00 lloclim. clan , . 2.50 Williams, T. S. C. . 2,50 Ilrulchor. Ledbotter..J. T. 2.50 llartletl. .1. II ...!!!!!!!!!.' Siso Phillips, 1). I) . Ilnbttt. II. L 2.50 Oglesby, Elbert . John B. Wilson, county Phillips, . 2.B0 2.50 Wydlck, Pnt . . 2.50 2.50 Phillips. W. RT . 2.50 Ruse, Clark. Georgo 850.00 Ilartlelt, Jas Judge . J. M hiUU aaaa Bennett. Ell 3.29 Phillips, L. S Dornn, II. .1 . 2.50 Smith, R. B. . . . , C. E. Smith, County Attor. . a.no 2.50 DEMXQUEXT POLL TAX LIST OP R.- 2.50 Tiol'lipy, .lumen Fleldmi. .1. F. . . . 1.35 ney S50.00 Dennett. H. O SLMMOXS PREINCT NO. :H. . 3.0,0, IH'I.IXOFDXT I OLL TAX LIST OF Piiqua. 2.50 Howard, Then. . 2.50 Oziut Shultz, County Supt. Austin, Clarence Pkh'IikI. Xii. I:', Gilford '. 3. no Havener, I). N 2.50 Miiiird. 11. o. ; . 2.50 COOL SPRINGS PRECIXCT NO. 7. 1,000.00 Schools Almon, T. II $'"..;! 7 lioehelnii r. Hoover, Oswald . 2. GO 2.50 Aiiihrove. E " 50 Aldus, Xuch i, L C. O. Hunter, County Treas$2,50 Bralchor, II. W. . . ! 2.50 2!.50 Baize. Mark , . ., 2.50 Allen.' W. S l.iaeli. Sam 200.00 Hoover, J, A urer 2.50 Bryant. Frank . . . . 8.50 Mldkllf, Hicks. Willis 3.50 2.50 Collins, . II . 2.50 Canipllold, W, K T. II. Benton, County Road 2.50 Blair, W. E i s.no Mldkiir. lift V . '.'.'.'. 4J10 Crowe, .1. O L 2.G0 W. . 2.50 Colo, A. N 1,000.00 Hatcher, II. L Engineer 4.50 Baize, Oscar . . . . 3.60 Hudson, .. 2.50 Condor, .1.8 2.50 Mllliurn, J. W . 2.50 Crunk, ). J II. F. Tlchenor.County lleullh 2.50 Cole, T. W . 5.11 2.50 2.50 Daniel, W. W Nelgl.bors. Phillip 250.00 Leisure. Ont ..2.50 Crunk. (1. W Officer 2.50 Curaway, George , . 8.1411 Paris. R. I 2.50 2.50 Dawson, L, J Pultentoii, NriiuMi . 2.50 Greuthouse, Sam 2.50 Davis, Reuben . . '. . 3.00 RogerH, ,l. W Hoover, M. M Slewart. W. A 2.50 2.50 . 2.50 (Julncs, John .$4,275.00 Schrntor, Total 2.50 Daugherty, Robert H. . 3.S0 Ralph. Hudson, N. C. Thos 2. GO 2.50 J. A . 2.50 Hamilton, B. M 2.50 Douglas, P. II. ... 2.5(1 Hudson, .1. D, . Tucker, Rowan 2. SO t , , 2.50 Hunt, Oscar 'iM Ralph. .1. II 4.50 Ferguson, S RUMMAUV. a Tanni.r. .1. W 1.G0 2.50 Hudson, l. F. . Royul. . 3.50 Rope, B, B G.08 Geary, II, S z'M Ruac.li, J. II. v. ..,." Claims allowed but unpaid Travis. F. K S 50 Mayllold. M. .1. . 1.G0 Jno, . 3.50 II 11 IT, Xoru 3,50 Ilines, Elec . . Tiogdmi. T. C . 2.BU Hnmllwood. Friinl: Jun. 1, 1914.. $37,178.39 3.G0 2.50 Miller, L. K. .. , 2.50 Hiues, Ira , . , . 3.50 Hayes. William .. . 2.8.0 Cash in Treasury und in , ,, , Taylor. B. J 1.G0 "50 Miller. A Tavlur, William . 2,50 Kelly, Ed. F 2.50 James, Will . . . 8,80 hand of Sherllf January Smiley. Chris. . aaaa Piwliirt Xo. , Hellln. 3.50 Wells. W. R . 2.50 Nelson, J. T 2.50' Kendall, Sylvester 7,243.15 Aldrldge, Wllllo 1, 1914 . 2.5P Wedding. T, N 2.50 $2.50 Smiley, II. t. .. 2.50 Ross, W, L 2.58 Kelly, A. 11 . 2.50 Metal culverts and lumber 2,575.00 liradshuw, Donkey , ,, Pi'ccliii-- i No. IfJ, Olaton, 2.G0 2.50 Tronden, A, . Taylor. H. W 2.50 Keown, John W. . I roKiltm, . 5.30 Road machinery and tools 2,070,00 Iliudsha, Robert . ,, II. li. 2.G0 Alien, G. W. . 2.50 .$2.50 Wester, Georgo . . , . . . 2. 00 Klrby, L. D. . tj ... . 3.60 Barks, Tucker. A. J. ., Bind.ihaw, John aa aa 2.G0 T. Jl. . 2.50 . 2.50 .$11,888.15 China, Anthony DI'LIXQl'I'XT POLL TAX LIST OF Lemons, James , , TotuI 1(lill,,i llni-Peeiimt Xo. Ulf UaUlcll .50 . 3.50 2.50 fOoppagi. I'rlnh V. .1. Crowe, Geo NORTH ItOCKPORT . .12 PUKCINOT Leisure, Joe . . . . aa aa 2.50 2.60 Ambrose, . 2.50 DURING TII1J YEAR 11)1 1. Moore, Lafo NO. 8. Crowe, Olvln , DugUlns. J. C. . Hull. John . .. 2.G0 . 2.50 2.50 Claims allowed and paid on Million. Rvron . . 2. HO ijzqR. JamoB . 3.110 CnHtuul, T. . .. 2.G0a 2.50 Anderson. L. F ...$2.6Q Munwarnintr, w. J nrHcrn . '! II Hotitllll (Munch. Wllllnui . Si.0 Ford.--11-. M.' aa 3.50 Beusley, W. T. 2.50 .7. yvin.76B.48 .SO Harris, Fonto . Cundlff, W. II. . , . 2.5Q Continued on 12th page. 2.50 Beasley, T. W, . . I FINANCIAL STATEMENT. ! claims nl . Miscellaneous is. L M Lr-eH. J. . lowed by Fiscal and County Court, 1914 .. 28,171.40 'Mar Hi. V O. Notes or warrants Issued Price. L. IF. . .. Pillow, W. If. . . on account of borrowed 24.24S.36l Ralph. C. II . .. MtMll.M money Richardson, W .L Rlrs, Albert . .". Total liabilities Incur$70,485.32 Rigjr. Vlrjtll . . . red, 1914 To which add claims duo Sontherlrtud. Gnu nnd unpaid Jan. 1, 1914 37,178.39 Smith. IJ. C. . .. Summer, T. R. . . Tucker, Monro? . Urnnd total llabllt $107,003.71 Tucker. Harvey . ties By claims paid during Twiner, Aln Mrs, 1914 $47,537.10 By cash on dki.ixophxt pom, mrt hand and due FORDKVILLIJ MAGISTIMIAI. from Sheriff 25,300.13 . . I Cioac. rowe. WLi G. II. !;, ., 2.50 ffoff, 3.1 5 .1, I'iigiaugr, H, ..., ,. L 2 50 ,'l ,.() ,. ' tax ... ....... .... ....... - 1 rt ... ... ;.. ... ... ... .... ... ... . . 1 ... ... -- .... r ... ... I , , , ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ". j. ...... ... -. .... . .... IO ..-.;- . . . ... .... .... w, ...... .... .... .... ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... ... .... ....'. .... , , 20 ,- -t . ." a ' '. ".-j- a ... a a a a ....... a a mv: ::r;". ;':::?r::: IZ ...... 91 a - 1 ) ;,..,,..,,,, , From Our KvilinnRes. want to," answered the youth. "I know you can," warned the brakemnn. "Hut If you damage any Iron work on the bridges you'll pay for It." Children Cry for Fletcher's j . New Uniform. played without the use of lawsuits. Gazette. Homo of I'm Old fnsliloned baseball used to be of tho COULD SCARCELY Ti'.? Jnfants and s.onnl mo lewivo .von In tliis. Counterfcills, Iiutluf loii.sniiil nro JbMrliiifnlH Unit trlflu wltJmntl piiiliiiwr tlio hoi.lllihue oj i0 rtf ' CLsGrrJZrtrfa, irTT liso ,la (lf.Uovrr Always l)onKlit,nii(l whirl. 1ms lcca yours, Jius luirno tho slgnaturo oC 1ms Ijccii mailo ".Tust-us-jron- Vvfr under "l 8IorvlHton sinco Its Infamy.,m Allow Ills perico ' CIilhtron-KxpcrliM- against Jispcrlzucut, u GENUINE Cnstnrla Is u Intriploss wilislUufc for Castor Oil, Parc-por- l. Drops and 'Sootliiiij,' Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains ncltliur Opium, Hlorplilno nor otlu-- JNnreotio Mih.staiifi. Us ngo Is Its guarantee, it destroys "Worms .and allays Icverlslmchs. For inor than thirty vnrs it has liem in :jistant uso for the relief of Constipation, 1 latulency, lnd Colic, all Toothing JJIarr nea. It regulates tho Stoniaeh Troubles and and liowel.4, i!;?1" '! '.H thP !' ' lv and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Frlcml. r y What is CASTORIA j Wilson, he has kept us out of war coln Handicap were- Ob, Dean Swift and worn. Green Hlver Hcpubll-- I and Hoseato Dawn. A press agency can. In London wired the result to an Australian paper as follows: "LinCan't I'Vccc Them. coln Oh Mean Swift Iloscate Dawn." Farmers tell us that the cold The subeditor who wns In charge winter killed all the peaches, but had never heard of tho Lincoln Hancold weather never affects tho kind dicap, and for some time puzzled who wear Easter hats. Elizabeth-tow- n vainly over the mysterious message. News. Finally he came to the conclusion that "Ob," must stand for obit, the AluajM Shilling. Latin word expressing a death no Strango as It may seem, newspaptice. He accordingly turned out er pictures of noted women sadden- folowlng paragraph, which duly the aped by war always presents them peared In print: smiling. Ellzabethtown Mirror. "We deeply regret to announce the death at Lincoln of the celebrated A Striking ltcenithiurc. Dean Swift, the author of That faThe Democratic donkey some- - vorite hymn, 'The Uoseate Hues of times looks very much like a jack Karly Dawn.' " ass and we can see a growing It Is not on record whether he was of this kind In Kentucky. promoted for his smartnes. Ellzabethtown News. - J. I). I.ccklo tells an amusing story at Least. of editorial ingenuity. Somo years We all ought to love President ugo the first three horses In the Lin- WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe I would have died if I hadaf taken it. cent Was Unable to Attend to After I began taking Cardui, I wh Any of Her Housework. greatly helped, and all tiiree bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so mucft stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Bears the Signatu (&&&&&. The Kind You Have Always Bougfit In Use For Over THt CCNTSUW COMPAHT. TT MURRAY "Then don't think I practice Interest To lllin. what I preach, eh?" queried the minThe days and nlchts are of the same length, but this Information ister In talking with one of the deawill not be of any interest whatever cons at a meeting. "No sir; the don't replied to the felow who has to shlnncy out deacon. "You've been preachln' on 4 of the bed and start the fire about ' the subject of resignation for two a. m. Madlsonvllle Hustler. years, an' ye haven't resigned yet." Of No you I- Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Waller Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to wall: about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pafns in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly fn a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonU eifect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow checks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a millioa weak women, duiing the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it Iiai done for them. Try Cardui today. TTrtJ to? Quttanooca Mejiclnt Co., LaJI'i' Al' visory.Dtpl., Chaltjnoosa, Trnn., Jor Sftctitl In. trurtuit on your ctir ard book, "Horn Trutment for Woman." tent in olaln vraoiwr, J-- STRICT. HtM YOHK CITY. 30 Years ISattini; a Thousand. Speaking of V. T. S. graduate and minister well known here who is conducting a revival at that place, the Ellzabebthtown News says: "Kasey at the bat, is sending some hard drives from the Methodist church Into the field of sin." Todd County Times. Ci'ttln The Habit. i Mmz&rms, St 3i CIC No Mousy in Atlvmico Sutinfnc lion (jinir-- n Ea $ Hi 2S BS xa u $ u xiii? & zr Farmers and townspeople all over the country are rapidly adopting the new policy of using writing paper and envelopes with their names and addresses neatly printed thereon. It has many advantages. It prevents the numerous errors in tTHOS. E. MOSS attd Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. H ' t 1 the spelling of names, insures correctness of address, and guaran11 1 o o il Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pace, Boys' Page, tees the prompt return of your letter LowenlNot Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of tun," Articles of It is no in the event of Fnct ii ry Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best more expensive than the buying of PrionN minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone E II H 1 O M t lots in the old j stationary In small f TcrniH A way, and adds a .distinctive air of lntnenome. .1 Here is no age Khcimiittic I'tiins Itelieved. Sn vi 11 ii ot Mr ? jrkzyR ? iSafe'? Nil v ttt limit to enthusiasm for The, Three Current Issues Free respectability and refinement to no to Why suffer from rheumatism when Youth's Companion, every home. It is a good thing, and uoo if you do not know THH COMPANION s relief may be bad at so small a let us tend jou Thres Current Usuca Fruiu Vac has come to stay and grow. Old-huP A STARCH FREE. Inclose tbla Coupon with your 52 Timds a Year cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., lory Direct ftiiocxr Era. request. writes, "I have been subject to atnot 12. Those who subscribs new, tending- $2 tacks of rheumatism for years. ChamIN YOUR for the 32 iuuaa of THE COMPANION Alore good reading than you will berlain's Liniment always relieves for 1315, will receiva Tho Companion OWN HOKE get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. me immediately, and I take pleasure magazines. Wo will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 Jays' fr-In your trial. homo. No. oath payment required. All we auk Is that you will play upon, uso in recommending it to others." 25 For Infants and Children. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE und test this piano fur 30 days. If, at tlie end of that tlnm, you do nut lltiil It the and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all ectest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever indent grade. TI;o Kind You Have Always Bought en fut llio money, you are at perfect litir'y to send It hack, and we will. In that m TIIK HARTFOUD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH dealers. i vent, pay th fmlt;!it both wuya. Thl Starck I'lano must make Eood with you, ONE YEAR, FOR ONLY $2.75. ir tliere Is no sale. Bears the HUrt Save $150.00 Eisy Payments No One Should Be Deceived. Signature of Ton pay no casli down, hut after 30 dayi M'ethlp dinct in yon from our factory, it No one should be deceived by the ptlxi that ure uu upwards of $160.01) In Ibe of trial, jiiu ran Ixgin pijmrnt on the low. euggrstol by a tot auf your pltiw. n't piarantre Is furnUh eat, cjsirst term1 ner term are arrang-- dpiano specious arguments which Democratou to Uttir iiano fnr the inorry lltan jou can manufacturer. These milt ic leadership devises to mislead the t te rlinthcre. Voti are mmrnl of recnlnj: yuu your convenience, and It la poji'ble for Psychologically Settled. x utlsfictcry iwrct toned durable high grids to buy a phr.o for your home, without . mli.lrar the monoy. , ano. The, government's "labor employ- people and conceal the actual effect diarcn ment" bureau is open. It was estab- of the revised Tariff. The result has a Wa ) lished in conformity with the Presi- been to cripple seriously many ot the MiywHtMt Knrt Htirek IMino U l.Zt V enterprises which prior to Democrat- The Republican and Louisville Herald luie rimitaiitli on hand the heiit and mvi lieautl. dent's Jackson day inquiry: fiarantrcd fur !3 ynn. a fnte nuniim ut allifhtl' usd iul (MCk rut riarrf Plain on tarn ic ascendency at Washington were pianoe ot ad of it our 2i yrart of plam "Don't you think it would be a and mund-hauanarktt. You will be deReptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 tanJjrd makca taken in frpr!ence. ami the implighted with the many ex pretty good idea for the Democratic enjoying remarkable prosperity,' fur- The utation of (in chance far nnr Ktarck Planoa cluaive feature! of theaa nishing well paid employment to rrrjxmilble pUno houtc. aad I'laytrPtanoj. Tht follow. wonderful Inttrumenlf, and method of helping tho working man 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Idj are a few ttmple bargalnn will be pleated with th thousands ot American wage earnSO Fm Mvslf of America?" very low priori at which $110.00 Weber they cin be tecum. Owensboro Inquirer 1.7ft There was a chorus of assent to ers and comfort and happiness to the The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k 92.00 LtlSMS Stelnway 0 The TarPlane lisk Frti 90.03 Chlckcrlne that proposition; it was pretty gen- families of the workers. To nrry prclufr of Send today for our new Starck rianoi, we cive free 95.00 Kimball 3.ft0 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald erally admitted that if the Demo- iff and nothing else was mainly plana inuaic Icnom. in one of 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck for the "slump" in American luok which aire the beit known kIiooIi In cratic party didn't get busy on that large amount of informaChicago. Thf--e 3.50 you The republican ana itaiiy uwensDoro inquirer Send for our blast complete job, after having succeeded up to business which began as soon as tho tion regarding planoa. Thli ran take in your ovm home, barfaln Hit. book will Interest and by mall. Tbla repretcnti came into opera- The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7ft this time only in throwing three mil- revised schedules plcate you. Vrite today. one rear! free Initmctlon. lion men out of work, the talk about tion. Troy Times. 1343 SUrck Bid.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1,75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer a second term for Mr. "Wilson didn't How to Protect Poultrymen. assume much importance. The way, and the only way, to Pro- The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 And now we have the Democratic tect our poultrymen from the comscheme ot assistance in operation; a Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 government employment bureau to petition ot foreign eggs Is by a Pro- The get the men and the Jobs together. tective Tariff. Up to the advent to The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 -DAILY BCTWECNk The only difficulty is that the idle power of the present National Ad' Ti men are real and the unoccupied jobs ministration the duty on eggs was 5 :v r r1 f 1K".y-5w- . Kw naa are purely psychloglcal, proving cents a dozen. While that law was I II DaaaYTaaaaaaaaaaaaKliu u ..'..viMnrfr..?! that Prof. Wilson was half right on the statue books there was no psychology in trouble with Chlncso eggs. when he mentioned iiiiVaaaaaH irVHaaKVl wi z. '.'V"--'... rr But the poultrymen, who are askconnection with employment. --" ' When the government employment ing the State to protect them from bureau gets through it will have the the evils of national legislation, are THE biggest directory of unemployed men in an unforunate political situation. hWjWV. wnn fnv f LIV-VER-LAX SEWING ever collected in this country under With due warning from Mr. Kent ... rovl.tJil 100 ri . i. V... 1.,.tF-.M,iln - I NK MA either public or private auspices. But himself while a candidate they electOF it is a safe bet that we will not hear ed William Kent to Congress, where QUALITY.! much about the long list of empty ho voted for tho law which those who May in t Dec. 1st CLEVELAND and DUFrALO Diilv rV I 8.0JP.M. Lw.oI-.'-iplaces which this government bu- elected him are asking the Legisla. . .ud (tit A.M. J.0A..I. reau has filled or expects to fill. The ture to emasculate. NOT Aud that Is not all. After having vacant jobs are like the pioneer SOLD ''-- " CI.lUJ -- ''''''," ZJ; r:wi.;i..f t.d-- - Ulu.U.teJ bookUl far.. "milk sick" all over in the next so voted, and while openly standing CloveUnd, O. guns, tho same UNDER by his Free-Trad- e township. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO i;iahoh v.v. ANY G rfS.Jn Dut all the scheme Illustrates the Congressional district gave but OTHER votes to Mr. Hart, who is a Promental methods of our professorial NAME. Feci right all tho time. Don't lay oS President. Three million men are tectionist, as against 43,390 to Mr. from work for days by taking: calomel out ot work. Easy enough. Start an Kent and the Democratic candidate, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. when pleasant Liv- - VrLax keeps you employment bureau! Tho French Mr. Meldon both relieving your troubIf you purchase the NKW 1IOMK you will on your feet, while easy to take. Don't We suggest that tho best way for have a Ufa asset at the price you pay, and will le. Safer too, and princess was told that the people had take anything else. You can't afford no bread to eat, suggested: "Let the poultrymeu of the First Congress- nut have an endless chain of repairs. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses systhem eat cake, then." National Re- ional district to avoid the competition tem and relieves constipation. A natQuality ot Chinese eggs is to foregather with publican. ural remedy, natural in its actions, euro . in its effect and certain in results. It the lumbermen, the wool growers and Considcfeq Won't be long before Liv- - VwLax will the fruit growers of that district and After Dinner Stories. completely displace calomel in evcrj home. Children can take it freely anl The lanky youth who occupied a put themselves In standing by sendRepublican Protectionist with perfect safety. Every bottle guarsent 'in a passenger coach persisted ing a anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona in sticking his head and shoulders Representative to Congress. San genuine without the likeness and sis naout ot the window. The brakemnn Francisco Chronicle. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by was passing through the coach, and " J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. Call me on Hartford h give any referonce desired. he touched the youth on the back. If you want a ewla machine, write tor me at Hartford. Ky. ear latest catalogue before you purchase. your bead inside the "Better keep Mill Co., 'phone, or address FOR FLETCHER'S window," advised the brakeman. Mictinfi Co., Orange, Mass. The New Home For pnlns In tho back good remedy U Dr. Miles' Anti-Pal- n "I kin look out of the winder If I PI1U. fewsr e ami Holtle Catt in Nile Comes Ituck Kull. A. n. Coates, a well known of Virginia, Minn., got a surprise recently. It was a bottle of whisky from a Kentucky distillery that he had not ordered. The odd thing about the gift was that the llitor was In a bottle that Mr. Coates emptied with a party of friends while steaming down the River Nile' in Af rica nbout a year ago, and threw In- 'to the murky stream, ' In the bottle he had placed a slip of paper bear- ins his iiame and address. Sopie one found the liottlo and forwarded it to the distillery, where it was filled and sent to Mr. Coates with tho liquor factory's compliments. The original bottle was presented to Mr. Coates by a local friend when he started on his African trip. niln-lngma- n, Empty IpteiS a Serials j 'v ?'&,& r: ..?: . full of life and action, filled 'with the firs of fins inspiration and followed by 230 short stories of adventure, will make eYOUTfi'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 si m 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL tr - CASTORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES. i M Jni-Handlars- K'iv-O- i iecond-hao- 1 (3fo jiw t r -r - Fare 3 02 .rrt ILfc-VCl-AlN- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE waasKjScsaeR-'S- L"iais'Wv'i ..- '' n NEW !, 28,-1G- HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o! Constipation. Free-Trade- rs. Children Cry W hm : CASTORIA Ar1-- . k ANNOUNCEMENTS. Bishop, We-arauthorized to nnnouncc Baker, W. K HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden Durham, Hcrmus county, n enndidnto for the Repub- Dcokcr, Nathan Everley, M. C lican nomination for Stnte Treasurer, lgleheart, J. C '. General Primary election August 7, lgleheart, W. 0 Nathel. George 191 G. 2.50 Howe, II. A 3.B0 Rowe, A. to announce Wakeland, W K Wo arc authorized 2.60 J. JOHN II. THOMAS, of Ohio County, a .candidate for State Senator, Tth RELINQCEXT POI.Ij TAX LIST OP composed of District, Senatorial PT. PLEASAXT PRECIXCT NO. 27. Ohio, Muhlenberg nnd Dutler coun- Alvey, Luke 2.G0 2. GO ties. General primary election Aug. Dldwell, Charlie luidvvelt, Alfred 2.G0 7, 1915. . I 2.G0 Iljors, William 2. GO I'orrv We are authorized to announce n0ton jj, f, 2. GO 2.G0 HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver Cos, C. E 2. GO Daw, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- - Cox, It. 1 MO com- - gojtoan. A. L. tor t the 7U, Senatorial District prl&td of the counties of Ohio, Unt- - rj,,UBilerty, Kelly 2. GO Republican Dilks, Dave 2.G0 ler and Muhlenberg. 2.50 English, Maynard primary election. Aug. 7, 1915. 2.50 lgleheart, II. M 2.G0 Stone, Cleveland We are authorized to announce 'Stone. Virgil 2.50 MORRIS, of Cast Hart- iShacklett. T. S WILLIAM D. 2.50 2.50 ford precinct, n candidate for the Tucker, G. W 2.50 Republican nomination for Repre- iWhltaker. F. M 2.50 Whlttaker. H sentative of Ohio county. General WilUins, Estill 2.50 Aug. 7, 1915. primary election c I For State Ticasurcp. 'Bishop, J. Bishop, .1. K Bishop, W. T M W. M . 2.R0 2. 50 2. 50 2. r0 2.50 2. CO 2.50 2. GO 2.G0 2. GO 2.B0 Schrnndcr, Kile v..-:.-::::Schroader, T. C Schroador, .1. I Schroader, J. C Splnks, II. 13 Taylor, II. II Wright, (I. T Young, Mlko Zlgier, Netter , . .- : tin 2.G0 ..... a. GO 2. GO 2. GO 2.G0 2. GO k ? svvsss$$srSrwv?rV (Jk 2.G0 Have You Seen It? J i nv. ..;;;;; DELIXQl'EXT POI1T1 TAX LIST or ARXOLl) PIti:CIXCT XO. .12. Arnold, Clyde 2. GO Dyers, W. II 2.G0 Dunn, C. C 2.G0 Daugherty, Wllby ." 3. GO Daughcrty, W. It 2.G0 Duvnll, M. W 2.G0 Embry, Henry 2. GO Evans, Singleton 2. GO Karris, L 2. GO Karris, James L 2. GO Goff, Cally 2.50 Ilaynes, John II 4.1'. Kcown, Estll 2.50 Kcown, N. S. 3.00 Keown, Otis , 2.G0 2.G0 Leach, V. B. . . Maiden, II. M. 3.00 Pierce, Roy 2.50 2.G0 Probus, John Swift, Sid 2.50 Swift, Levi 2.G0 Stewart, J. W 2.50 Taylor, Guy 2.50 Woosley, Recce 2.50 White, Clinton 2.50 Wllloughby, C. I 2.G0 WHIotighby, James 4.33 J The New Ford Model ' i With Cowel Dash. With Clear Vision Windshield. With Electric Lights. With Speedometer. With Improved Fenders. ! i 1. S $5211 poll ok MISCELLANEOUS ASSESSMENT to announce We are authorized BENDER PRECIXCT NO. Oil. t DELINQUENT POLL LIST. - Allen, Mack W. S DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre2.50 L. P 2.50 a candidate for the Republic-'AtchisoUnct. ?2.50 2.50 Armstrong, Owen a.n nomination for Representative of f'j'1'. Hubert C;rA D; Ohio county. Primary election Sat- ; '' '; ; SOUTH ROCKPORT PRECIXCT ey, unlay, Aug. 7, 1915. XO. t. Culvertson, Frank 2.50 3.50 2.50 Kulkerson, Jesse R Carbon. Clarence 2750 2.50 Miller. E. M We are authorized to announce Duncan, Isaac T .1 ,n,IMnli for tl, nAtrilJV Dennison, Gilbert 2.50 K. HARTKOKD PRECIXCT XO. 1. Republican nomination for Repre- Robertson, Fred 1.50 2.50 Stewart, Harlin cntative from Ohio County. General Fields. G. P. .. . 2. GO Guy, L. J 2.50 yriinary election Aug. 7, 1915. 2.50 Gaddls Mont 2.50 WEST REAVER DAM PRECIXCT Gaddls T. M XO. 14. Wo are authorized to announce Hardin. Rerry 2.50 i.GO 2.50 Thomas, W. P JUDGE J. S GLENN, of Hartford. 'Jciip. Clarence Kendall. Pete 2.50 i a candidate lor the nomination POLL-1'i- x Leep, Charlie 2.50 COLORED DELINQUENT tor Judgo of the Sixth Judicial DIs-t- r Lr.grnnde. Clark 1, NT )F ()!!: roi'NVVi 2.50 rt, subject to the action of the Loney. C. L 2.50 i:. HARTFORD PRECIXCT NO. 1. 1.VOEPOI5.ULR. party at the State Pri- Morrl?. J. W 2.50 Acton. Jake ?2.50 2.50 UiUeii 31am mary the first Samrday in August, .Mercer. Alonzo .t 50 lTirror juwon, 10m . . 5 SH nimla ID15. Moorman, Chaney 2.50 "DavK I.onnie ...... 2.50 I lP.ach, Willis 2.50 Drain, O. W. 2.50 .50 Ford. Jim ' . . . Wo are authorised, to announce Phelps, J. N. . . 2.50 2.50 Glover, Will . . Russell. Jesse . . 2.50 OTTO C. MARTIN ajtjcandldnte fo: 2.50 Glover, John . Stev.art. J. H. . . PV 2.50 rhe Republican nomicBUlou for Or Stevens. Marlow 2.50 Htm 8, Guy . . mttu!Mm.imr(M-niMi.trgrr?T- ij 2.50 iul,jJvakM;anja;jLisAjjjtTCTgn?jT.Ti-Mfr-- f la "YIT cult Court Clerk at the general prl 5iinon, J O. . . 2.50 Jackson, Henry 2.50 Roger ", 50 2 50 Dne . . next tutorial campalrt. In - '.'.ucU Shaver. John . . . election Aus. 7, 1915. n fern pur- - u' f. Johnt'on. Andrew Stat 2.50 mi -. Skeete'rs, Ed . . 2 ." 2.50 W II for the toga now worn b the bis; 3.50 J"'""-- ,, Jim . . . . Langl'v is w : Known la t' o B 50 2.50 Midkiu, Icy omi i.uther Wolte. Wood . . 4.50 Vilker, Ale . . . nator Langk as bipn r..ounta!n iN:ric 01 KentiiCK, We are authorized to announce Wilson. Thomas . 2.50 Morton. Burr 2."0 Kontuck 2.50 W fill . 2 50 a member of the house of represen'ns, Amos . . 2.50 NV.1. Lem CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Willouglib;-- Acia pi'dall.v the Tenth 2.50 Eleventh an 2 50 tatives three terms Republican nomination for Circuit Nail. Marshall 2.50 WiiOdw rd, James . Is thoroughly familiar with customs 3 50 Woodward. Bob 3.50 Ills friends will demand that East- among the mountaineers. Cou't Clerk of Ohio County, General DELINQUENT POLL TAX L! r OK Rucker, Leslie The ntxt Sliuitz. Hardin 2.50 McIIEXP.V PRECIXCT NO. J.". SELECT PRECINCT NO. in. ern Kentucky, which never has had election of n United States senator' primary election August 7, 1915. 2.50 Miller, James 2 50 . Albln. T. A ?2.50 Sullenger, Henry In Kentucky will not take place until 2.50 Martin, George 2.50 Taylor. Robert 3.50 a United. States Senator.shall be Austin. Jam when the next toga Is award 4.50 SMALLHOCS 19 IS, so that ho has plenty of tlmu 3.45 Ta lor. Luke are authorized to announce Dutler, Risdon Wc PRECINCT NO. IT. 2.50 G. C. 2.50 Taylor. Jason James resides In tbe extreme to get lits fences In order WALLACE 'H. RILEY a candidate j j;f-2 50 ed. Bennett. Eddie 2.50 MorehPdd. .. 2.50 Tajlor. J. . W 2 50 Joe for the Republican nomination for raie' Jesse . . . 2.50 2.50 Thompson-- DcWltt A. N 3: 2.50 2.50 Russell. Ed . . N Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio count. Burden. J. S 2.50 Tichenor, Dennis 2.50 EAST l'OBDSVILLE PRECINCT 2.50 Tolbert. Earl Cook. Virgil . . . Primary August 7, 1915. General Daugherty. Cicero 2.50 W. HARTFORD PHECINCT NO. 2. NO. 18. 2.50 Johnson, Henry . . Embry. B. L. . . 2.50 Allison, E. L 2.50 We are authorlzet to announce Faught, Guy . . . 2.50 Robertson, Wm. . . 2.50 Barrett, Ladrue 2.50 2.50 CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre- Ferguson, Ben . . 2.50 Coomes, Larkln IIEI'LIY PRECINCT NO. 2.". AMD 2.50 Illggs. 2.50 Coomes, Lem cinct, a candidate for the Republican Goodman, Thoma3 James 2.50 2.50 2.50 Coomes, Sanford James, B. S nomination for Circuit Court Clerk Eg PREXTIS PRECINCT NO. 30. 2.50 2.50 Chinn, Wilbur Miller, J. C 2.50 of Ohio County. General Primary Miller, Solon 2.50 Slulltz, W. R 2.50 Collins, Frank 2.50 2.50 Shtlltz, L. L Saturday, August 7, 1915,. Morris, B. F 2.50 Gibson, Chas k RENDER PRECINCT. NO 33. 2.50 Gibson, Herbert ,. 2.50 Griffln, Lon McCastle, W. T 2.50 Russell, Lewis 3.50 2.50 Rains, Cicero Wo are authorized to announce S. 2.50 Strong. D. B 2.50 C 2.50 Hines. Dan P. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as Stewart. W. Grofton 2.50 2.50 Johnson, M. S. ' Wllloughby, a candidate for the nomination for White. C. H 2.50 3.15 Kahn, Walker ShcilnV Hale. 2.50 'Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the DELIXQUEXT POLL TAX LlfT OF Nail, Ed.. Jr By virtue of execution No. C97, isWajnc 2.50 .action of the Democrats of Ohio HORSE IJRAXCH PRECIXCT XO. 11 Rucker. Horace 2.50 sued from thu Ohio Circuit Court in $5.00 Rucker, county," at the General Primary elec- Autry, Oscar 2.50 the suit of T. W. Wallace, plaintiff Sutton. Albert Arnold, Byron 2.50 Sullenger, Payton tion, August 7, 1915. 2.50 vs. S. A. Ilafferty and. F. B. Rafferty. Arnold, David A 2.50 Taylor, Richard . . 2.50 defendants, wherein Arnold, James P 2.50 the plaintiff has UEDA PRECIXCT XO. :$. Arnold, Henry 2.50 Judgment for the sum Acton, Leslie 2.50 recovered a Crowe, J. H 2.50 FINANCIAL STATEMENr. 2.50 of $65 with interest at 6 per cent 2.50 Lawrence, Ernls Carden. William 2.50 from the 16th day of October, 190S, Camp, R. A 2.50 Lawrence, Albert 3.50 and the further sum of $13.55 costs, Craham, Tom Continued from 10th page. 2.50 Rogers, Ollie NORTH ROCKPORT PRECIXCT 2.50 Craham, Joe I, or one of my deputies, will offer NO. 8. . . . 2.50 Peach, Everett 2.50 Carmlckle, F W 2.50 for salo on Monday, April 19, 1915, DIckerson, Walter 2.50 .Picrton, Netter 2.50 Carmlckle, E. 2.50 it being the first day of the Ohio Cir2.50 Glvens Profit 'Jtej.o, W. T 2.50 Chancellor, Joe 2.50 cuit Court, at the court house door DoIIart, Elvis v 2.50 Hlnes, Alvln Itanney, Guy 2.50 Dotson, I. C 2.50 in Hartford, Ky., about 1 o'clock p. 2.50 Hines, E. R Shaw, H. C 2.50 2.50 2.50 Hines, Pres Taylor, Ed. T 2.50 Daniel, W. 0 3.50 in., the following described property: Embry. Harvey 2.50 Hardy, Frank Turner, F. A 1.50 One-sixt- h interest in a tract of land 2.50 2.50 Miller, John Ford. W. G 2.50 in Ohio County, Ky on the waters Keith, John 2.50 Maddox, Clyde HBLINQUK.NT I'OLL TAX LIST OP Myers, Leslie' 2.50 of Muddy Creek, same being part 2.50 Mason, Isaac 2.50 CE.NTERTOWN PRECIXCT NO. 1(1. Park, R. D 2.50 Render. John 3.50 of the James Raley burvey, and 2.50 Reed, Hubert Ahbley, R. C 2.50 Patton, Grover 3.50 bounded as follows: Beginning at a 2.50 Ward, Cue BrowQ.'E. C 2.50 Renfrew, Leslie 3.50 stone, corner to W. T. Taylor In the 2.50 Wallace, Sam JJrown, C. L 2.50 Wilson, Anderson S. ROCKPORT PRECIXCT XO. 1). 2.50 3Jolton, R. Lando 2.50 Wllloughby, Perry boundary line of said tract 3.50 northern Maddox, Jim Bolton, W. C '2.50 of land; thence with W. T. Taylor's Maddax, 2.50 Barrett, J. L 2.50 DELINQUENT POLL TAX LIST OK Johnson, Pen Sidney 3.50 lino S. 178 poles to 2 black oaks and IUrrrt,l C. J 2.50 GobD-- AND MATERIALS ANY LONGER. THE ROSINE PRECIXCT XO. 12. EAST REAVER DAM PRECIXCT white oak, another of Taylor's cornBarrett, Lonzo 2.50 Aldridge, Thomas 2.50 NO. 13. HJishop, Lenard ers; thence E. 177 poles to a poplar 2.50 Atchison, G. A 3.50 3.50 Beard, John JOONER YOU GET THEM THE LONGER YOU Bishop, Shulty 2.50 and 2 cliehtnuts; thence N. 160 poles R 2.50 Beard, Warner 3.50 Davis, E. M 2.50 Ashford. J. a sweet gum In Mrs. Leach's line; O. W 3.65 Berry, Joe 3.50 to Heilw, E. M 3.75 Allen. CAN WEAR AND ENJOY Tr(EM. 2.50 thence W 81 W. 90 poles; thence 2.50 Borah, Larkln Hoskins, Herman 2.50 Beck, Forest T Combest, W. 2.50 Butler, Jesse 2.50 S. 87 W. 87 poles to tlio beginning, Harper, W. M 2.50 Combest, 3.35 Butler, Luke 2.50 ALL OF THE SEASoH' 6 SHADES AND DE-JIG- NJ James, V. K 3.10 Carter, A.J. CB 2.50 Butler, Oscar 2.50 containing 190 acres, 2 rods and 36 Kinclieloe, J. M 2.50 Collard, CO poles; conveyed to Benj. P. Rafferty, 2. Carson, John 2.50 Lake, J. A 2.50 Craig, James ARE OUT. WE HAVE THEM. COME 2.50 Chinn, Richard 3.50 deceased, by James Raley and Saille McMillun, J. 1 5.3C Craig. Jesse W. H 2,50 Raley on 2.50 Chinn, Harrison 11 of Nov., 1884, by Maddos. J. B 2.50 Daugherty, the SEE THEM.' 4.50 2.50 Chinn, James D Estill flyers, Lafo 2. CO Dobbs, John 2.50 deed recorded in deed book 6 page 2.50 Chinn, Crlt oVIInton, Leslie 2.50 Ford, Isaac 2:50 Chinn, Dudley 2.50 234, Ohio County Clerk's office, and JMiipps M. L 2.G0 WHEN YOU BUY YOUR MATERIAL S AND Foster, A 2.50 Chinn, Matt 3.50 conveyed to the said S. A. Rafferty Steammau, A 2.50 Goodman. James 2.50 by the heirs of Benj. P. Rafferty, de2.50 Cook, Ed Tooley, G. W 2.50 W. TRIMMINGS FROM VS YoUR CoJTUME WILL 2.50 3.50 Cook, George Tichecor, L. W 2.50 Hall, OllleIt 2.50 Fant, Elvis 2.50 ceased, in the division of said cstato Hall. Uzzell, Cecil 4.75 Hall, G. , by deed dated day of 2.50 2.60 Martin, A. R 0 Woodward, A. 1) BE ONE HARMONIOUJ 2.50 Haven, WHpLE. OUR TRIM2.50 Miller, Walter Custer 3.60 and recorded In deed book AVillinms, H. D 2.G0 4.50 2.60 Monroe, G. N page Williams, E Ohio County Clerk's 2.80 Jamison, J. II MINGS "MATCH" OUR Lentil, 2.50 Porter, Cary 2.50 GooD.5. aEMNOLEXT POLL TAX LIST OK Leach, Herbert C 3.35 Render, A. W 2.50 office. Everett SMALLHOUS PRECIXCT XO. 17. Levied on as the property of said Logsdon, H. C 5.33 Stum, Alfred 2.50 llrown, Clitton 2.50 Loudon, M. W 3.50 Vick, Herman 2.60 S. A. Rafferty. Uratcher. Duel 2.50 Long, W. C 2.50 Walker, Pleas 2.50 Credit of six months with bond llolton, Felix 2.60 Long. J. H 2.50 WEST REAVER DAM PRECINCT Ilolton, C. C and approved security. 2.50 Myers, N. T NO. 14. 2.50 Durham, J. E 2.50 Mathews, J. M This tho 16th day of March, 1915. 3.50 2.60 Barrett, Ves KerjyiEon, G. W 2.50 Mathews. Wilber Cary 2,60 2.60 Burch, S. p, KEOWN. S. O.C. Klener, J. M 2.50 Myers, N. F 2.50 Burch, Jim 2.60 S. A. BRATCHER, D. S. Hcndersou, II. J 2.50 t arK, W. tv. .. Craig, Thomas 2.50 2.50 Lambkins, J. W 2,50 Pierce, James 2.60 Eldbon, Sam 2.60 INCORPORATED, Miller, T. II Lungley Gets in Early, 2.60 Stow at t, A. B W. M 2.50 Eldson, 2.60 McCoDuell, Herman 2.50 Stewart, R. II Washington, March 30. Repre2.50 Finch, Robert 2.50 Pillows, J. K 2.50 Stewart, J. II. 2.50 Finn, Mord 2.50 sentative John W. Langley, of KenSmith. Olden 2.50 Stewart, J. T. 2.50 Gould, Thomas 2.60 tucky, Republican, y made It DELINQUENT POLL TAX LIST OF Stewart, A. H. I Loean. Tom 2.50 2.50 known that he expects to contest I Logan, CERALVO PRECINCT NO. 20. Henry 2,60 Stewart, U. H. 2.50 Jlalle, CD. . . .... . 2.50 Schroader 2.50 Martin, Ellis Robert J. 2.50 with Seuutor Ollle M. James in the delixqitxt tax list n. 1, Ml "'". "'(.c Delivered to you and teach you how to put it over the road. u-- Barne 4 utomobi le Co CBN' TRAL CI TV, KY. I1 1 T , vvrpSsVyVr9ssevsi'iJif, 1 ... .Wbm 7 iBttii fes4 7 4 liZW MATERIALS TRIMMINGS 1 do not put orr buying your drej,s . DREJJ ,,,.. CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. . , ,. V