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PUBLISHED AVERAGES OF TOBACCO fllarlfireft JkptriHfotm .DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 34 cry Democrat to tako heed of his course this year, with tho consciousness that the probability Is that tho Republicans will havo tho advantago of having as their nominee Mr. Morrow, who many believe was elected by tho actual vote In 1915 and who acquiesced In the result as shown on tho face of the returns with and graceful acknowledgement of defeat; and that as measured, by tho congressional election of 1918 till trmifl la tmifny.l f 1m nnnl.tlM.H ' high-minded HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919. and finest twist of tobacco wo have seen for many moons. Henceforth ARMY BILL PASSES tho Republican Is for Miles, whether THE LOWER HOUSE ho Is right' or wrong. If he should steal n flock of sheep, rob a grave or run away with his neighbor's wife, no mention of It would over appear in theso columns, and If he should bo People Win Over Bureaus In Future Military electrocuted for crimo wo would charitably say that electricity plays Plans sonio strange antics, one of which got Miles. hut when It touches station and authority it must prick Its ears for a ATTEND CHURCH 4 v squeal. '.So long ns tho present edltr.r of MUST PAY FINES this newspaper dlrccta ll.t policies tho public good shall bo the first concern of Its utterances. Wo shall atFail To Correspond With tack no man's prlvato character, In- - Penalty Imposed For Viovado no man's domestic tranquility, lating Health Board's Sworn Statements nor shall wo magnify trlfle3 or bo Made Orders uncharitable to honest mistakes, but whorcovcr wo candidly believe tho m mi bile's interest is Involved the nnh- v asniiigion, Murray Ky Feb.. IS. Pleading Owensboro Messenger. ine 1iH have tho hearing, however SOME ROAD QUESTIONS n,., ovont tn thn,,, .,,.r. guilty to having violated the recent' A rather sensational meeting of ASKKI) AXI) ANSWERER army appropriation bill passed the mm Hotiee tonight by a vivo voco vote. It sonally Involved. The mnn or wo- health ban against public meetings In FRENCH PREMIER tho managers of the six loose leaf SHOT now goes to the Senate, carrylnginp-proprlatlo- man from whom the public has a just having attended a prayer meeting. houses of OwcuMhoro, mill n number Mr. John Logsdnn, of Hoilne, asks BY CRAZY ANARCHIST aggregating approxi- right to expect a servlco shall have no conducted by tho Ilov. Iloyco Taylor, of the buyers, was held In tho office us to answer soinc questions In re"I II. K. Stroud, supervisor of sales, gard to the proposed road tax. Since mately $1,070,000,000. Just grievance nsalnRt the utterances pastor of the llaptlst Church. E. B. I George Clemenceau, the French Tho legislative rider providing for 0j 1hItt ,,aner ,ls Iong as thnt scrvlco Holland. Galen Mellrlde and the Rev Premier, narrowly escaped assasstna-ttt 1 .10 oVIock Thursday afternoon. his questions nro fnr ones and are, n. w. 11. Jones were each fined ?50 tlon at the hands of a mad anarchist, It wan charged that Incorrect llguros perhaps, engaging the minds of many a temporary army for 1920 of 28,579 ,3 performed with a reasonable and 509,909 enlisted mcn'Er(& of diligence. Wo may make by Judge Phillips In County Court, j Wednesday morning. on tho season'.s business have been other voters wo shall make such reTho Premier Tho three defendants conducted a Was attacked while riding In a given nut for publication nud used In plies as appeal to us ns covering tho was htrlckcn from the bill on a point 'Stakes, our judgement may at of order. All other legislative riders, times be at faull( ,)ut we owo a meeting In court before the riaBe, and received three gunshot advertisements by several of tho il Host Ions in point, trial. Tho Rev. Mr. Jones then stat- - wounds, only one of which was In any loose loaf houses. Ho asks: "Do you think It fair for except uio ono proimming tno uso oi ty to tlle plMlc we 8ervo lat we sha It dovcloped that (i. W. Uoblnson, 'mo to work the road from 113 to 50 time mensuro devices on government conscientiously perforin without ed that ho would gladly and willingly way serious. Ho Is not seriously nttend prayer meeting whenever ho wounded and will be able to resume of tho Lancaster house, has only counting the ponsequences. tax r 0 CPllt3 on work, suffered llko fate. tncn haV), ront!y returned from Krankfort, tho hunclreel dollars worth of proper-whv- u Riders All l'lill. Wo aro not complaining at crltl- - hnd an opportunity in violation of hi, duties at tho peace conference ho secured certified copies of jty t)lnt i Ilavo 8inved so long and so within a few chtys. The assailant FlrstUepcal of tho Overman act, cism. Wo rather Invite It. Crlt- - any ncaitn nans. Attorney Thompson, who had been was apprehended. , Kti,Hr around me?"the reports, for December and Janu-.i,tso far as It relates to the Army and IcJsm Is the gyroscope that keeps the ary, made by all the loose leaf houses world in balance. When Just It detained by several of the defendants, We assume Mr. Logsdon will admit War Department. of Owensboro. Tho law requires that better roads aro desirable and that THE FLU WANING. Second Continuation of construc- destroys, as It should destroy, and then asked tho court for a continua statement bo made under oath each they may not lie had except by tho tion corps, field, or tactical units or when unjust It but strengthens tho ance of all other cases, but tho motion was overruled by Judge Phillips. month of the amount or tobacco sold, ,,copi0 paying a largeer road fund, other organization ns the president cause It attacks. The recent recurrence of influen caso of George Hepner was za in the county seems to .be dlsap-tho- n o the money paid to the growers iind.ir Mh t,orj Is a ,,rusont argument may deem necessary. called and he domanded a jury pearlug about as suddenly as it lizzie loses liquor. tho general average by each loose KajllBt a r0ad tax It would be Third Discontinuance of chevrons Some difficulty was encounter- - pearcd. Within-flv- o leaf warehouse doing business n ! equally as effective a thousand years making distinction between soldiers ' , days after its J,an' ot Ilr'8 mt, tragedies pro-Ke- cd in empaneling tho jury, but after appearanco in Hartford, four weeks- Kentucky. hence, as there would still be men who have served overseas and those Ivoko only a smile, from the heartless hearing the case the jury assessed a ago, there were something like two j loft Some Clcitrli'iil Errors who had worked out their term at home hundred casea in town, but not a Hut tho chief fallacy Fourth Promotion of (Hikers and !multltui,e' but they are rten scrlous fine of $10 against Hepner, Mr. Itoblnson laid tho entire caso " tho roads. George Tidwoll and Lee Wicker singlo now caso has developed within, i.r.,... n.n mnnnom of t),., innin f of Mr. Lousdoii's urcumont lies In enlisted men recommended for pro - cnous'1 lo lno "nnappy victim these smaller calamities that then made affidavit that they could tho past two weeks. Conditions out business and the buyers who were In hi" assumption that tho tax will be a motion prior to the signing of tho'A,i,0"f sometimes befall the lowly of asplra- - not get a fair and Impartial trial be- - in the country are very much liko ho will sc- - armistice. Attendance. It Is understood that ono contribution from which we mention the case of Lizzie fore Judgo Phillips and demanded a those in Hartford. Thore are still a ,.- .,r Dm inn mi en ru uhnin fit--. Cure no ljcnoilt. The comfort. Tim Senate bill restoring vnlutnrvi the Later an agreement iarK0 number of peoplo confined to -- ,. n economy nnd the convenience, of bet- - enlistments and fixitic thn strencth of JtHeury, a respcctablo cull'd lady, hange of court. dint if niiMiintioii. Llzzlo was reached among Judge Phillips, their beds or to their rooms who aro and Pennsylvania. mistake had been mndo in the re- - ter roads makes the tax an Invest - ; tho regular army of 175.000 was iof "atl for some time in tho btnto the commonwealth attorney and the slowly recuperating from attack ot adopted instead of the House pro- - hnd been ports given out for publication It wns.'nent and not a burden. of Uoiso Penrose and brotherly love, attorney for the defense whereby tho t)le disease, but very few new cases ot a eleurlcat nature, nnd not lnten-- J Mr. Logfdon asks If the fiscal court vision for 500.000 for 1920. Tho bu,t tho homing Instinct brought her cases against me two men mignt oe are appearing. It is tho consensus tlonnl for the purpose of boosting I11'1 votc 't members $4 a day for vote was 172 to 1G2. to Hartford over the M. H. & E,, Sat- settled by a flno or $50 each, with tha 0f opinion with those with whom wo looking nftor tho rbads. Members ) the general average. Retain War Pay. urday night. Lizzie was coming understanding that an appeal would have discussed tho matter that tiio day Sunervlsor of sales It. H. Stroud of the Fiscal court are paid-.- t ! ,, a-- ..v. i' After adoption of,",. amendments home for a rest and a good time, and be taken to tho Circuit Court. the , . ban should bo removed and the peo.. . ,. .. as inirusieu o chuck up iiiu ,v,n onUstod the omerBency ".J". ,iron,lt for ouarts ot nm & m ple allowed to pursue their business or all of the loose leaf warehouses road work. Under the law the F s- - lny ot j,j month, limiting the en- - iiiii nionc In her suit cas,c Sheriff MA.IOR KAM M. WILSON : ia the ordinary way. cal court has c harce of the ma nten- - ... ,uin v" . ,.i ;.. .,.!. .......v. ,..... hia rnnri . n. .,.. ... vnar nni ni mi. ,,, lisLincni . nrinii in oni HRMOCRACY'S LAST HOPE i. ....... n Kill iia iiL LI1U illi:il ci.nrgo.ot tno meeting ie- - anco of tho public roads nnd wo as- - Batlns tho rcaulrement that the men Itf, Uu)SC aUoi....ting IIUIIUL Thoso in to run the boot-otinKENTUCKY POLITICS. to furnish tho Messenger a sumo no citizen would expect them bo placed ill tho reserves after tho ex- Tho Lexington Herald, the most iclr blockado and nabbed Lizzie y. r ti... nfil,.lnl rnnnriS tlmi i"i to contribute tier time to the .:nub-- 1 - . .. ... " ...v. " .. . mranon oi tneir ncnvo eniistmont. . iir,,,. ,..i nt '' The political pot in Kentucky has ,f..ULr. nu DtlU V..40U. W Ulb.iO i. h,ht.lt influentnl Democratic . newspaper in . . .. . 'Ilio h'lscal jititnlhful bv Mr. Robinson from tho "C for this purpose. the bill was passed without a al!- - pleaded nnd entreated and pursuaded enuicKy, ouisme oi L,ouisvine, is or- - started to "billn." Tho Lincoln oinco of the commissioner ot Agrlcul- - court iiicuibors devote very little tlmo punting Vote. the hard hearted officer to leavo ho- - ferlng Major Samuel Wilson, of that Banquet in Louisvlllo last week 'in Frankfort. Howover..tho ofll- - to looking after road work, and the lure The bill now goes to conference, and the liquor trade be, but nil to no city, but now in France, as the last brought together tho greatest number rial reports for tho month of Do- - pay is In fact Inadequate for tho time II It is allowed to stand and no fur- - avail. In county court Monday "P ot Domocracy for a guberna- - 0 Ropubllcans that over assembled ember and January woro obtained sucrificod. If the tax Is wited road tliar legislation j torial candidate. Is enacted, It appears that tho it will morning Llzzlo wept somo dry-astate, barring state ly tho Messenger's representative in work in the various districts will be moun that the peace tlmo strength of ,jst tear and, the heart of tho court ' Herald, llko many other Kentucky in the More than.a thousand conven- Repubtions. put in charge or somo citizen or the telephoned to Krankfort. and tho United States army will bo based i.,,K moved, she was allowed to go Democrats, is not satislicd with tho Hcans, who gathered from every nook division, who will be required to ox- - on 175,000 lioni yesterday. Urio of candidates already announced, ami corner ot tho state, were In at- men tho 'itnln li.i.i.l frit tlia fnttl.fii nrffiri.i. with othor enlistedbringingof It upline,,0n her own bond. to and clamors for a new Richmond In tondance, arrayed in their fightingunits OHIcinl FlKUii's. i of his duties. mice something more thai) 200,000, tho the field. Tho Herald admits that clothes and ready for tho drum beat SENATE POT HOILINU. Hdow will be found the ollicial figCherry. Illock and Carroll each fills t0 action. The large number of Ro- bamo ns It stood bt'fore this country ures on tho number of pounds of lIICYt'L THIEF CAUCHIT. n On ship In tho President part ot tho bill, but that Major Wil- - nubllcans present attests tho wide entered tho war. Pryor tobacco sold, tho monoy paid Onic-crjasks the Senate not to discuss his son fills all of It Must He Decent. spread interest that will bo taken in tho farmers and tho general avcrngo Sherlff Ilratchcr received a tele In warning the Democratic party the annroachiiiK election After completion ot the bill in com- - Leaguo or Nations project until ho of each loose leaf houso In Owensboro i,liti,i Milt fr,tm llin fUlnt rt TMfrn nf But ,,., ,, , tncwiioie The Republicans will meot in stato for tho months of December and Jnn-- 1 I wnvuouuiu( .uuiiuk; iumi iiiii f u.iiviiif, '""tee of 1,rt TInnu,. nnd us report arrived to advise them about it. Innfl. against tho breakers ahead tho Herald ltnnnUanl.(lvn !. d...in .1 nnn M.f nll o A l.,l. fn savs: convention at Lexington May 14, tor nary: ' Hlilm to keep i lookout for a bicycle Tho last gubernatorial campaign, ' the purpose of recommending a ticket Daviess county sold S.GS7.C90 thief who was headed this way. Holds, or Kentucky, made a motion ers or both parties in that body do -.- I., .... ir. -., . to not hesitate to confess to opinions of botween Governor Stanley and Mr to be voted Tor at the August . to recommit, with instructions Tii Ai ni nn nvnr,iini thirty minutes later tno snorirr Had n- iHiuuun u. ..with an umend-- 1 their own It Is clear now- what the revealed tho Tact that had niary. There is a reeling with tho ,...., if si4.ni. On Fobruarv 1. this J'H 1I1UI1 111 .... JV11 UlllUUI I..4I1IU UVUl bring tho bill IU1. or any funds President's pet scheme is scheduled been previously often denied by Dom- -' mnk and f ji0 0f tho party, as well as houso claimed Its season avorago to f Tuesday and took ,rao,t l'ohlbIting tho uso Owensboro .provided in the bill tor the payment tor . rough sledding. Senator Horah ocrats, though apparently revealed by Wtn tho leaders, that the rcderap- , . I.. mnn .ii.'inir t hn sir or wv 'inn in iiiiil itiiv Kir iriiti. 'of the salary of any of flee: who issues hasseta now precedent by declining previous races, that Kentucky is a tlon of Kentucky from the curso or Owensboro houso sold S.SCS.r.nO ThQ h,a nnmo ns A,va ' ror ,lCJlB"cd t0 l'revent B0C'ul to accept an invitation to luncheon doubUul state. Governor Stanley stanloyism will depend largely upon -' , . ey ',lI(J pounds" ror $1,289,373.88 at an twonty-nv- o and'0" : en- - at tho White House, at which the was olected on tho race or tho returns the nomination ot a state ticket that orago of $15,41. On Fobruary l,',', rosldonco as' Owensboro His lntcrcourso between olllcers and thls,hou3o claimed Its season uvorago own story of tho. possession of the listed men when oir duty. On a roll President is to lny his scheme uororoy a hcant majority or less than ooo. vm command tho respect and confi- call vote tho motion carried 190 to 71, .members of tho Senate, and Senator It was charged by many, bellovcd by (lonco of the airea,iy jargo and con- to ho $10.08. blcyclo he round It at his gato Vardaman, of Mississippi, voices his, somo, that tho result as announced 'stantly growing Independent vote In Fclld Bros, sold 1,517,700 pounds whon ho was starting Tor Simmons at and tho bill was so amended. opinion ot tho President's course in 'was not In accord with tho votes state, and neplrants tor places on at an avorago ot ., 0.c,ock Mondny ,norlling, that ho lor $230.91-1.7positive and vigorous language. In tunlly cast. But ovon though this tho ticket aro waiting to bo callod up. DOINtt OUR VERY BEST . Sir. 31. On February housoj nut ,.ow wUo R ,)e,9nR0(1 lo, and BUT CAN'T PLEASE 'EM discussing tho President and his mea- - charge is unfounded, the margin was j0n, ratherlng than volunteering for u.uiubu i" w appropriated It for his trip irn.iiu n sure in tho Senate Tuesday Senator so narrow ttat tho Democrats can sorvice. Among those so tar men- j 51D31. hope assurance of victory In tho com- - tioned Wo nro doing our level best to, Vardaman said: on tho ticket 1,598,045 for $237,- - ACQUITTED OF rilAIUW Electric sold , ... uv . . i.1., ..a n ... !.. i. i... . i. it . u ......" um jiijj raco oiuj i... .. t ., in. 'i iuii- - jiayor tor a nlaco uiemt3r' oi aro nmL. prujiusaii ivuuiu turn uuniiuuiiuii iiiu tno ICC 91 at an avoraga of ?ll.84. on John Craig, OK HIGHWAY ROBBERY "ulKB lllB 'laiiiuru iiuiiiiuiican a ruai - dldato who will command tho support ,atnto newspaper. Whatovor fitness, enor- - United States "Into unoxplorcd reT'bru:iry 1 this houso claimed its central committee nud ruostnoss and Industry wo havo gions or diplomacy." and that it will or Democrats or all Tactions and a or 0f Covington ,ror Auditor, and avorago to be $15. lJan Harris, who was arrested at sold 5,409,885 pouiuls Rockport last' woek on a charge or wo are giving to that oml, and yet wo "tost tho capacity ot tho American majority or tho Independent voters ot Thruston Ballard, of Louisville, for Lancaster ' and tho tho Stato. (Lieutenant Governor. for $797,858.09 at a naverago or robbarv nnd broueht here and lodeed oaa't pleaao every body. Wo like to people for xuo lessons oi iiio Kiiucrnuiormi In tho matter ot a Democratic c 14.59. On February 1 this houso jn jrU, j,nj hie oxainlning trial Mon- - UB Breeaoio; wo line to noar it saw nroHorvnuon oi me American cunsu- campaign wero mude more tor governor tho wate- ' ra ,.almoditssen8onavoragotobo$14.- - dsy and was acquittod. However, he "Wel1 llono tnou Rotl ttni1 faithful tutlon." IIo added: Ihavo no sympathy with tho sug- - impressivo by tho county raoos ot still muddy. The Becknm- - I'.ay 'plead guilty to a charga or gaming servant," und yot wo recall tho say- (,0 Ing ot tho Galilean Phlloopljor "Woe gestion made by tho President that 1917. Had thore bean a Stato raoelfraction, vlrllo, vigorous and doini- Equity home sold 077,200 pounds aluj wa8 finQli 536 and coat. scussIon by tho Senate should be in 1917 and the vote cast ror county uant, n, supporting neither ot tV an bf0ry as brought out at tho bo Ullt0 'ou whon no mau 8l,oak ev" for $98,757.40 at an avorago of $14.- -, Tho wo "avo a tnoory. maybe poatponeu until lie comes nome. 11 oincera uoon cast m me state race U0Unced trio ot candidates In trlni showed thnt Harris and two nth. or '"?" An op boon riled .N.o ronort has 58 Frankrort on tho amount or business ,,r lnnn warn onpiril.in a canm of, a strange and unpardonable ono, that tho President had thought moro or as It was cast in tho county racon portunUt, it will, it it can find its dono by tho Equity Homo during tho J)0kcr. Harris claimed that ho was a nowopapor is a voulcle of public Amorica and her Institutions and thero would have boen n Ropubllcan position tonnblu, bring out a fourth i aim 11ns a rigni, ao, a uu- - cared leas for the triumph of his per- - majority, undidato. Failing in this it will con-tmonth or January. drunk and that whon ho sobeted up'tnoutf-msonal ldoas and elforts ho would have In tho senatorial campaign Gover- tu trumpot tho volco ot the its strength about ono ot thoan nbovo flguros give n total or discovered the othor parties had won l Tho sald to the American paoplo: 'Discuss nor Stanley won by n decisive ma- -, already announced, and perhaps I'rot. pounds or Pryor tobacco twonty-flv- o dollars ot his money, and nl- Wo kuow Uow to mako this measure, vivisect, analjzo !t; Jorlty, nftor u campaign In which no Cherry will becomo the bonefioiarf sold for $3,187,802.54 at a gonoral that ho grabbed a pile or money lying that wl command universal tear tt tn ulni'rm and find out every Btineches were mado. no moetincil of its anti;Stanloy blttcrno3s. $14.90. on tho ground, took out his twenty-'l"P- er "Ild nobody's respoct, but pesslblo defect, for it is only by tho hold, no parades staged, because or Tho flguros published on February fiV0 ana throw tho rest down. ' REMEMBERED IN DEATH wo can't mako up our mind to por- - attrition ot ideas and friction of sug- - tho inlluonza ban. It was tho con1, which Include tho, Equity Homo ovcri narri3 nppoars to havo cotton total, gavo 22,855,185 pounds sold ror 'about Hvo dollars moro than ho had form so menial an offlco. The news- gestions that tho truth the eternal jsensus ot opinion or those most tami- . Miss Willlo D. Phlpps, (colored) , paper that reportH tho visit ot "Tho truth will bo discovered." liar with political conditions, that whoso sad death occured February-14$3,432, 305. C9 at n gonoral avorago of j03t uut tho couit declined to still lives in tho memory ot tha No Man AlMYIsc. Governor Stanley's victory was duo Theso totals and tho goneral toct tho losor In a poker gamo, and Joneses to tho Smiths," that "Sir. "No man possesses a corner on all to tho combined effect of tho flu ia best people of her race. She- was a John Doe, a wellknown cltizon ot tho hupor- - acquitted the dotondont. avorago woro announced by Contlpcde community, lost his barn tho wisdom and patriotism in this re tho mountains and President Wilson's member, and for a number ot years vovisor ot Sales Stroud. Tho indiviaverages were with a lot ot farming implements, public; all mon aro fallible, and to letter issued on the eve of the elec- on organizer, ot tho M. E. Church. MAKRIAGE LICENSE. dual season houso liny, corn etc., by flro last week, ori- ask this Congress to withhold Its tion. It is a very sangulno ftomocrat Inspired by a lotty lovo lor hor to tho Messengor by tho houso Q. Tlnsloy 39, Harttord, to Liz- - gin ot tho tiro unknown" will make criticism of tho League or Nations un- who will permit tho result or the sen- rrlonds and peoplo, orncst iu pursnowea si,ait,- managers. II. They no enemies; will make no frionds. til tho President returns from Europe atorial election in1918 to outweigh pose and irreproachable in character, 540 pounds sold for $3,506,266.90 at zlo Hudson 25, Hartford, R. 3. I ' a gcnoral average at $15.34 the rosult ot tho county elections ot hor death, at tha early ago ot twenty-fou- r, It is only whon a nowspapar y"" is on a par with tho wisdom and Clarence Hlnes 20, Rosluo, to May- falls as a grievous loss upon her ot advice given to the man who 1917 and tho State election ot 19i5 in of dertakes to perioral tho function mo Hatlor 17, Rosino. Avery S. Taylor 50, McIIcnry, to an exponent of the best thought of is starting out on a journey through reaching a conclusion ns to tho prob- family, friends, church and communiON OUR HONOR ROLL. tho community, expose the shortcom- the wilderness boset by savages and ability or tho result of the guberna- ty. Eieu in death hor high example Mrs. Mary Pitman 40, McIIenry. contests ot ot what our people can, bo and do, is Joseph E. Cox 20, Sulphur Springs, ings of those chargod with public du- wild beasts to arm himself first with torial and legislative of Horse Crowder, Mr. Miles a lasting and inspiring memory. comes in for criticism. a sufficient amount ot chloroform to 1919. Branch, is tho latest addition to our to Oaklle Roach 19, Sulphur Springs, ties, that it Considering the results of these Peace to her dust. roll, and it nil comes about j Hlpsley RIggs 3C, Coralvo, to Sarah It may malign tho obscure and de- soothe his happiness and drivo out of honor A FRIEND WHO LOVED HER. three ycary, it is incurabont upon ev- fenseless without daring crltlchmi, bis soul all apprehension or four." . through his sending us tho largest . Elder IS, Ceralvo. PRICES re., i. ia,ijc ns I ,inRant '""... ' ,,. car-pray- or ro-la- - ce I ap-trl- al. I nt i..-i- ! ' I i. ... .... i. ... ....... p si uin ... I s- , Ow-cns- - J , - I mid-ocea- s ' .... ,,. r..w. ,.', m ..'.; ... ,,..,' w, - v- ithit 1 l.-th- ls . ... ' y- nt or-19- 15' - . , or now-avcrago- i pro-$15.6- 1. , - -- rur-nlsh- cd pru-den- "IP rm mmmwwmwMm 'm BTTPra ""r-pT- aHMUiw m er R ! p.j, M Il . rv K 1 ,1 V.' il read the letter from Wilhelm and tore MAHTKK COMMIHHIO.NKIt'S SAI.K. it Into.hlts. Then ho summoned tho Ohio Circuit Court. hearor ot that loiter before him. J. W. Martin, Plaintiff. two Is not Vs. Notice of Sain. OF CLEAN HEART What passed between the known, but soon It becamo known Ij. K. Arbucklc, ot nl., Defendants. orlly virtue of a Judgment and arotind tho government bureaus at der of sale directed to mo In tho abovo Harve that for reasons of health the styled action, from tho Ohio Circuit Albert Of Belgium Scorned Uaron X. had resigned his putt and Court, for tho purpose of satisfying tho Judgment of tho plaintiff against retired to Nice. Bribe, Placing Honor tno sum ot Jl.Uit) I Thorn,' at list ronorts. ho Is a V" defendants inercon nt ,00, wiin mieresi frt Januaryr per Above Gain broken man whose groat mistake had cent ,,cr nnnum 16. no wn a nearer oi a urine 19M, until paid, credited by $2.10 Hii. been that paid March 14, 1916; $100.00. p.ild to Albert, tho king of the Belgians. December 21, 1917, and J22R 00 paid Hubert Welles llltchlc March 10, 191S. and the costs of the "IM.OOl) TONIC Loulsvlllo Herald. In Tho nbore styled action and the cosH ot I SAY NUMIIKK 10" Vnris, Jan. 24. When tho peaco this sale, 1 will offer for sale nt pubFrank P. Skaggs, prominent drug-nls- t. lic outcry to the highest nnd host commissioners representing Helglum Harrlsbure. III., writes: "Num bidder nt tho court houso door In and Its king ennic to tho peaco table Kentucky, on Mnnd.iv of the nation!) this month, among nil ber 40 is still going good. If a cus- Hartford, hour March .Ird. 1919, at says 'Ulooii Tonic, I say 'Num- ot one o'clock p. m.,about tho tho ' tho plenipotentiaries of the world tomer it belnR there gathered none who will have a ber 40,' as It gives the best satis- ilrst day of tho regular March term Ohio Circuit Court, on a credit, hotter right to declare, "Wo have faction of any blood tonic 1 have ever of the months, of alx the following described kept the faith." And there Is a story sold." 'real estate, or a sufficient? Kmploycd In blood poison, chronic to makb the plaintiffs debt,thereof that lies behind this right to boast mt r it of a clean heart. 1 have reasons to rheumatism, and catarrh, scrofula, est and cost, Throe believe It never has lieen published mercurial and lead poisoning, const!, of land lying and being in Ohio . 'in hitherto becanso of the strict consor-shl- p patlon, liver and stomach troubles jty' Kentucky, and bounded as M lows: enforced by all tho warring na- Under Its use, nodes, tumors and 1st tract Beginning at a Mono at - ,!,, L. .10 Leach's corner on tho tions and only recently abated somo-arhn- t. glandular swellings that have- with As It came to me In Belgium all other treatment disappear as If by of Plncheco and Uoslno road; iturui from two different sources both of stood all other treatment disappear wim sain roautf v ,00 VPmcsia a iv-- ti C v W" 11.1 V a Hiiiiinn ,., S(in,ofur.s road; () ficial I give It to you, using only the as If uy magic. u. . Mendenhall, 40 years roa,i s, 72i K. 54 Mndo by J. C. discretion of concealing two names, to ft si HALK about smokes. Prince? Albert the publication of which at this a druggist, Kvansvllle, Ind. Price thenco with his line S. SSI I. 1 is geared to a ioyhandout standard $1.25 per bottle, six bottles $7.00. Iolo to a stone In Lather Ut..1 moment might work an injustice: u lino; thence with his Uo X that just lavishes smokchappiness on Last May, after the scandal of the Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. ,n n rtow i. every man game enough to make a bee line for a Empress ZIta's letter to her brother . i21- "links N 77 U W frowi- a - t " " " W. fi iwv- tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I in Belgium had blown over and when, das in tho stomach or bowols is a (tree; thence N. 2J beginning Contl!g ii s. .o Germany's disagreeable symptom of a torpid . as you will remember, . moru or less. This belli c tho Get it straight that what you've hankered for in great drives toward tho heart of cr. To got nu ot n quicmy .rpawCTHHy ,,,, cimveyed by laoh i Ark.U, ao--.M"-- " r SrK - Tj&tmw lS"yprtW .! pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty liver ri.corded In deed book 42, page : M It is a marvelous wore in full swing. Kaiser Herblne. Franco JW Price Ohio County Clerk's ome. in P. A. Wilhelm made still another move to stlmulant and bowel purifier. because P. A. lias tho quality! 2nd tract A tract of land smutdetnch one of the Allies from tho En ICOc. Sold by Ohio County Drug iMf-l-ZYou can't any more make Prince Albert bite your f' J&4 . tu tentc. Ho wrote a personal leltor .Company. nh; Mrfysi'sassc,SSiaMi. . vinrVr ,.' tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horrc to King Albert of Belgium wherein j bounded Beginning ait as follows: drink when he's ofT the water! Bite and parch are cut two hickories. John M. Stewart's! he pledgeil as reward of a separato I). P T.fJ5AKT OI' DKPOV peace to cut a slice from Northern OUT STATU S13XATK farm; thence N. 19 E. 155 poles to a out by our exclusive patented process I stouo In Nathan Keown's line: thonce France, including the cities of Lille, with Keown's line S. 61 E. 64 po!o You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat Greonville, Ky.. Feb. 11 D. P. to a stone; thence N. 59 E. 6 poles to Armcntlcrcs and Dunkirk, and add the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a this territory to Albert's domain. Tho Taggart, of Depoy. has announced his a poplar, walnut, sycamore and hick-- , fetter alio promised full reparation candidacy for the Republican nomina- ory, another corner of John M. Stow-- 1 j section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care W. 190 polo- - to thence S. to Belgium for all damage donr- - dur- tion, for state senator from his dis- art. beginning, 70 4 to remember back! acre, containing 75 thu ing tho invasion, and permanent pro- trict. Mr. Taggart Is one of the best more or less. ) fitly Prince Albert evcrywfiere tobacco It tote. Toppy red bagt, :trd tract A tract of land adjoin-- , tection of the kingdom against any known Republicans in the county tidy red tint, handtome pound and half poand tin humidors and effort at revenge the French or Eng- In 190G ho' was a candidate for rep- Ing tract No. 2. beginning at a white that clever, practical pound crystal slait humidor with sponge oak. near the Cromwell road; thence lish rcight make. moistcner top that keeps the tobacco in tucli perfect condition. resentative in the lower House of the with same S. 46 AV. 17 poles to a This letter iik entrusted to a Chi- General Assembly, and received a ma white oak on said road; thence with CoprrKMitllbr N. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-SaleR. R.J. U7B0lliTubiuo Co, lian diplomat who onco had ";,ro-sonte- d jority of the votes and was awarded same 4 W. i 12 poles to a stone s feet N. E of the small perthe cmrt'e nt Brussolj From the certificate of election. The seat about a pointer; Switzerland this emissary of evil man- was contested and he lost out. In simmon marked as to a stone; thence N. 6S W. 25 poles thence ly known on account ot her extreme and active up until tho day of her aged to get word of his desire for a 190S he was again elected to the same N. 71 E to the beginning, containing. EAGLE "SUB" CHASERS nge. i death uceting tiru to a certain 3 acres more or less. Being samo A , position. One of her sons, John Klco. states land conveyed by J. J. Stewart to BtiaU Tunutf Out By Fonl Not For om who held a position of confidence In that she was born In tho month ot A child that has Intestinal worms said Arbuckle and recorded in dee I .'.liort's csili'tl government at Harve Itrnuty Show. book 43. page 597, Ohio County Slay, 1S08, which would make her age th I'aron was not h traitor; is handicapped in its growth. A few Court Clerk'. ollice. lie imply was indiscreet The purchaser will be required to ovo', those doses of White's Cream Vermifuge nolrnlt. Fell S. Much has been 111 in next May. This remarkable For Infaatsjtfad Children condemn him most do not i:. destroys aud expels worms; thu child wsecurliy Eagle U woman was born in Fleming County " lailher In tlKir Judgement. Baron Immediately improves and thrives Commissioner, suid bond bearing In- boat chasers built by Henry Ford, but """ ",tu """ ,ut:u '" l""1 In Use For Over Year's Prico 20c. per bottle. terest at the rate of G per cent per rev.- - persons understand how they are! S,,B was the molher r twnty-i.ni- w X went to Su :crland, met t a- f. rm-e- r wonderfully. Always ! tw' m annum from date until paid, duo and children nnd had about clshty ! German diplomat, who once had Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. n,i thr 'grandchildren nnd about fortv nrent- - Signature payable In six months and having the been a close Intimate of his before Contrary to popular belief. forcn and enect ot a juilgiunnt. and f KKAC-irKShe wim sprightly Krnndchlldreu. the war, and received from him- tho MISS. i:OOSt:VKLT sold liable Is not a motorboat. but an oll- lien will bo retained on the HAVltK; TO VISIT ITALY at additional security for land pay- drivon steam turbine craft, with a autograph letter from Wilhelm to Athe ' lbert. ment of said bond. crnlsins; radius ot 5,000 miles. It & Given uudor my hand as Master not u thing of beauty beauty wac Ilarvo, Fob. II Mrs Thoodore Whether r not Baron X. was :.;!! thu Oki Cinmlt informed us to tho contents of that Hoosovolt arrived hera today on the Commissionerthe ot 11th day of Feb- not contemplated' in Its. construction. Jourt. this She ruary, 1319. 13 not known; tho French steamer La Lorraine. letter It is a lonjj. isaunt weapon of war, of kindest thing SHALL WE HAVE BETTER ROADS? OTTO C. MARTIN. to believe is that ho was not. Ho j 'vaa mut v Lieutenant Verdior of the construction with the excep Master Commissioner. took tho letter to King Albert, then st3r r Andre Tardieu. French higfc Lit. This nose is tion of a concrete-nose- . N. T Howard. Attorney. living In a cottage at La Panne, In commissioner to the United State:, endued In steel, tapered to a knlto-llk- e This question is now put squarely up to tlic people of that pitifully narrow (.trip by tho vno l''3ce at her disposal on iienui: edRe. It Is declared capable at Ohio water and Air. county to be decided by election March 8, 1919. government all cm! of the French German hordes. crushing any submarine Wnter In contact with die air Serious consideration should be given the matter of Consider the problem that letter and military facilities for vlstlng th Its carbonic add In a decidedly Another popular impression Is an In densely popu- Idea that tho EaRl boat os equipped working the roads of Ohio county There is only one sure from Wilhelm placed before the King f grave of her son, Lieut. Quontln practical degree. of the Belgians: This was May; the Roosevelt. After visiting tho gravo lated districts Vila Is of considerable with torpedo tubes. Tho submarine and certain way of getting belter roads and that is by British 5th Army already had been Mrs. Roobevolt will go to Italy to Importance. The difference Is percept- chaser was not Intended to combi.--t putting up the money for them. Other counties get them ible1 to the sense utter n long drought, broken and the British lines pu3hed visit her sister, Mrs. Emily Carow as th? common expression "refreshlag the major Instrument of German that way, but in no other way. far back In the March drive; farther ruthlessness with Its own weapons. ihower.i" Indicates. Dreadful 5oukIi Turod. The present road tax to be voted on is only TWENTY east tho French had suffered a groat It was designed te depond rather up- -! A severe cough Is often followed by reverse, and from the forest of St. on its speed and quick handling abili CENTS on the HUNDRED DOLLARS and will relieve cough for which ChamberTo Skin Beets. Gobaln the great gun waa bombard- n rough ties. Its powerful light guns and a three thousand or more road hands from so much work lain's Cough Romedy nan proven esAn easy way to sd;lu u beet without neir American invention tor uireiri- ing Parla; the Allies were In straits right, in the busy season. It will supplement the present Mm. !'. W. Olsen bleeding It mid causing It to lose color Ing t3 fire at lnvisiblo objects. which have not been fully admitted pecially laluable. Marysvilte, Mo., writos: "About two Is to put It In cold water an soon as It day; .A German triumph seemIts crew, ncludlng nperating nnd road fund to the extent of just about doubling it. It will years ng my little boy, Jean, caught Is cooked. Then dmw thf hand gntly fighting complement, numbers ap put our roads in good condition all over the county and ed assnred. coughed dreadfully down tho lioet and the ekiu will drop proximately eighty men. Its fiea- - will keep them And here was an opportunity to a snvcro cold and way by the use of good tools, impledays. 1 tried a number of cough off without trouhle. make peaco not with honor, but for worthhless has bren demonstrated In ments and machinery so placed and used in each comnothing did him jmy with piofit porhnps the only peace medlciuen but carorul trials. Tho eaglo will not munity as to get good results. I gave him ChamborlaiaV good Make Life Worth Living. distance tho aerago destroyer, but with profit' any of the allies would bu Coughuntil his Iteniody. It relieved The tax is srmtll and is paid in just the same manner Tho question. Is life worth II ring? will pass most submarines and tho able to aocure. I cough right away, and before ho had Implies 11 (.pedes of blasphemy. The razor Hko edge- of tho bow Is mute and at the same time other taxes are paid, and it only lasts The exiled king of the Belgians right question to ask Is: Am I worthy evidence of wlmt would happen to an finished taking one bottle ho v;a five years. Lender the law, and by orders of the Fiscal curod.' I think it just tiuo for little of living? If I nm nor, I can umise undorsea boat If tho two wcco to Court EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT AND EVERY m mywlf mi. TM Is always In inj- pow- children." MfftH collide. (er. Fcllz Adlr. ROAD IN THE COUNTY WILL RECEIVE ITS SHARE c OL1I GflO. TAKKB Catarrh Cannot Be Gored OF THE TAXES AND ROAD FUNDS. 13.000, IS CHARGE Selfish Men. With LOCMs Al'l'LlOATlONS. as jhey No one man will control this money, but the best Fouehkeororte, N. Y., Feb., IB ihe JSome men," wold Uncle Bbn, "Is cannot leach knal u.ut ot the cIImouo. brains of the county viU be called upon QKWi'h H a riatly Into apply the funds dieue. Uossla Bnder, of Brooklyn. SoWliuli dax dolr Idw of Is a fluenced by cMifutiutlonut condition, ami jo!d dausMar of a wealthy Brooklyn place whur dey'll be-- llconmii to carry In order to uuro It you rau.i lakh an fairly and equitably in every community. The Banks, rcmauy. HiITu SlfeiV&man Recoraszenda shipbuilder, was arrested hera today d only set of lonJed dice la uzlst internal tuk3 mUrnaliy Camrrh thruo Railroads, Coal Mines, Corporations and Town Property ij und acta uurtacc oi tho ico." thu blood tho C K Fioklinra'a Vego- - with $13, Out in bar poiigetalon, at the more than hulr Of the i...-syntei- n. All these concerns 1!U'h Catarrh Medicine was l VlII request of the Brooklyn police, who piescrioerj oy one oi me ixicc pnyiucmiis. profit by good fcable Compound Her roads. til in tltla country for yarn. It la charga she fled with thu weakly payof sums of tho hact twilca known, A RARE BARGAIN. Pergonal Experience. The tax asked for will be sufficient to widen the combined with torno of the bit biooil roll of her father's force. A Combination of Lead- purlflora. The li Halt's cnrnblrnUo: : ' ( roads, cut many o the hills, and grade others, put the With Ur vreru held Wiliatp John-co- n. tho lnjr.Htnts Caiaiii I,W."9fl. Neb. " I want to roccra- Is what piortuw-iwli whui.jI SI, and WHUm Sutton, 19, both ing Periodicals that may be ronulta Ire m..!a . ... caturrhul conCutoiv). Send for roadbeds upon better ground, crown the roads well and MJl I J". V . IS. ' !.nrt'o- Vnrrntftl Aa tuvtm wtov....w Tlrnlrlwn. teatlmonialu. tree. w....- -. ompounu to uiii J. with Pleasure and I'.All L'UUNKY & CO., Props.. Toledo. O. keep them dragged and drained, and thereby make them liDTiiiliii,,iiiilllill women who BUfTcr! The local polios wald the lrl diH Read, Dragglsln, 7nc. far more convenient, safer ancTbetler for travel. The U.cM'4 1 aiii.ly l'I)!a foi- - constlpattor.. irum any lunctlonal clared she anil Johnson wero marrlod profit by every Member of ' 1' dibturbauco, us it BHVei.u, a.1Y9 aEO hr jusUee of the roads are put to much greater and heavier uses now than your Family. hs3 aor.o mo moro .1. A. UKAX JIU 'APPOIXTKI) iu former ycar3. Old methods simply fail to meet the re- ncoJ than all tha I'mi 'n ll small village wnd that h (ioctcr'3 medicine, coraiultted thu thett on Fobruary, 4. HERE IS OUR OFFER: ""-muu4 wom nave iu u 14. Gov Fmiikfort. Ky.. --OOSinco trltlnc; it II The Hartford Republican, oruor Stanley today Feb.f appointed JohniP'Q iOT. havo a f.r.e hedlhy Do you get up nt night? Sar.ol Is baby pirl and havo s- - oly Farm and Fireside, A. Denn, Jr., ot Owonsboro. mnoinbori Trulv an emertrencv exists that ouclit to learl von to tno uost ror an umnoy or oiau- ruinumu iiuliiui unu dor troubles. Sanol gives rollof in ot the board ot regents ot the wort- - j vote yES on the road tax que5tion. We mean nothing Etrcnrrth. hus 24 Woman's World, riv hours form all backauhu and blad- era Statu Normal School to succeed band and I both but business and an absolutely square deal to the people itsr troubles. Sanol la a guaranteed Cincinnati Weekly En- H. K. Cole. ' . rismedv. - 50c and (1.00 u buttle at .,.!n...i, nir u, . of the county in the matter of keeping up a good road sysKuiinr lnnouim 40-quirer, ALL FOUR ONE Tu.t etore. Mrs. John Koppclkakk, iC women.' Whon ou have Dackacho tho liver tem for every community. KT 1 TfT nnn Jilifi m or kidneys aro auro to bo out ot gear. V Iouso a I)Mdly Knomjr lnHOcta, YEAR ONLY $2.30. We expect, by calling upon the brains, the good sense nn-- t herb remedy, ' tho, Tln3 famous root wondora ,s the loath or Prices are still advancing Try Sanol, It does bladder for trial and sound judgment of thinking men all over the county Lydia E. Finkham'a VeKetablo Com' u A liver, kldnoys and pound, haa been rcstorinp; women of dlsablomont ot hundreds of thousands md we cannot guarantee 50c bottle will convlnco you. Get It to establish a system of roads this at the drug store that will put the products 4C-America to health for moro than forty in the war zono aud tho mast deadly will well pay any woman ot all ot lhom wa3 tbo louso which, offer very long. and it BETTER and resources of Ohio county in position to be marketed who suffers from displacements, in- DH2H account-backach- e, TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW .XKOKO WOMANOF110 CIIIIiDUKX with convenience and dispatch and at reasonable cost. flammation, ulceration, Irrccularlties, according to rough ratlmatoa 1KJ MOTHF.K headaches, nervousness or od for no loss than 11 mlllon persona, This is a fair, square proposition of development and betAd-lres- s, disease, ind save the difference. "tho blues" to givo this successful Typhus, which ls-- louao-bor- n terment. Flomlngsburg, Ky Feb. 14. remedy a trial infectod ucarly 1,000,000 porsona iu We respectfully submit it for your favor. "Aunt" Harriot McKeo, negro woman, For special sufTRcsUona In rcpard to SorbU aloilo. lu Jasay( Humanja, the Hartford Republican, was burled In the Flemlngsburg ran up to th rate from this dlse OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. Hartford, Ky. Comotorjv "Aunt Harriet was wide-oliU lone cxiierlcnccijt'.ysur service 500 dally. KING WHO BOASTS '. I to-w- I irts ' &jaJ) jxs " '- . fllMMP WiiBSlf Ax Y; That's ,,,.. ,,.,. j ' J. m, C Ba-ot- N-j- -- "r'SoVed'he CASTOR sA 30 -, "' ! m.m-nr..,- - 72$&& THE ISSUE SUBMITTED ! all-ste- el sb-sor- lw to-thi- that ft - MU, WW m mum ill flU - -- U ar Modi-c-ni- 0 invH-uu- p.y com-po.i- mi iSrl ri""""""' ""H" uo uu j yr ,,,,, ,.,i u yr X ficfe ffiNhSSlt r FARM DEPARTMENT. I'lnii SIIiir' Crop Xmv. Is Important nt this tlnio thai rtiiiRl()or.tlon liu given to tlio kind of feed crops that should ho crown for tho family cow ns well as for tlio NKW WKAI'ONS OP WAU COST II.XKI) VAU.m: INVRNTKI) it dairy herd. In order to imtlntnln tho milk production, crops must ho lilunnoil to meet tho requirements of Hlncv sumo succulent fend tho herd Is essential for ccnnumlcnl milk production In wlntor, n llago crop a For small herds ranging from two to nix cow a, Hticculunco may ho provided In the form of roots; In larger herds it limy he supplied hy sllngo. Dairy fnrinors in tho South must realize hy experience gained during tlio past two winter.1). that a hIIo flllod with sllugu Is a necessity. Some dairy herds hno b'cbn dispersed during this period, nnd in most rases this can ho traced to tho cost of purchased feeds, A silo would Ikivo saved them. Many hIIos hnvu not been filled, nnd still others have not hcen tiullt Jiecnuso farmers failed to plant tho necessary crops. lc. fi'ooil Sorghum Seed Worth While Com growers, or at least a fair porccntugo of them, select their own Heed and in mnny cases preserve it through tho Winter in tho ear, Unfortunately tho practice of selecting heads of sorghum for planting tb'J next j ear's crop Is not nearly so gen-cras It should he among sorghum growers. Tho benefits to ho derived from seed selection nnd tho proper, curing of the soud hy hanging the Bclected heads up on wires In the barn loft or seed liouse, where they will he protected from the weather and can dry out thoroughly, nrc not appreciated If selected seed heads have been preserved In this wny now is the timo to thrash thesu heads, sack tho seed, nnd label it carefully, so that It will bo ready for planting In 'lay. Seed Vept in fhl, a ay will give a mora even al Bland and the farmer will have a knowledge of Its purity and adaptability to his conditions, tests should bo procured in ovcry case to atsure tho farmer ns to the amount of seed ho must uso to obtnn the desired stand. ul per-mipdcr-jnlnatl- r. Don't Delay Trunin?; Grape Vines If tho grapevines have not yet been pruned, bo sure to do so before tho buds start. On mild winter days tho cut ends will "bleed" sotno, but that doos not matter. Gather up and burn tho trimmings, so as to destroy any insects aud dlseaso germs infesting them. Tlo the pruned arms to tho wire supports, and then this Job will be out of the way beforo the spring rush. Tobacco Stock A Alwnjs Dig. remarkable feature of the tobac-c- o manufacturing Industry is the fact that the stocks of tobacco leaf carried by the dealers and manufactuiers at any tic . of ho year equal the uuan-tltof the previous crop m allowance being mailo for difference of moMure content. Stocks nro Inwtwt uhout mldwintor and highest in the y Bpring of the cotton More than ono-hn- lf crop o; 1018 grow In Texas. Georgia nnd South Carolina. Imports of oats irom tho United States were usually only a few mil- lion bushels yearly beforo the war, but in tho liscal years beginning in 1914 thoy hnvo averaged about bushels. 100,-000,0- : Animals on hand in the (.orvlco of tho War Department November --', 1918, woro 113,725 calvalry and riding horses, ISC, 348 draft horses, 144,011 draft mules, 17,298 pack and strations. 1 riding mules, and 1G.2S0 unclassified Although spraying is ono of tho nnlmals, making a total of 477,202 most expensive of orchard operations, animals ready for uso. tho valuo of the crop is so greatly InLoch-In- " t'omo creased thereby that it is a comparaAVIiimi The "17-Vt-year 1919 is likely to bo ono tively small Investment, the espouse Tho of tho worst "locust years" on record. amounting to only a fraction of tho of tho United returns directly duo to tho practice. Hut entomologists o.- States Department of Agriculture sco Orchard spraying is, in fact, an nothing alarming In tho prospect. (cecdlngly cheap form of insurance. Tho periodical cicada, tho real Testing Seed Com. If you suffer from any name for the insect commonly called Farmers should not lose tho lesson Ache "locust," will appear this year in tho or Pain, take One or following States: Alabama, District of last spring with reference to the Georgia, In- importance of testing seed corn. Two of of Columbia, Dolowaro, diana, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, North Corn that to all outward appearances Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South was sound proved to be worthless Carolina, Tennessee Vermont, Vir- for seed. Tho farmer should never tako a chance with seed corn, but ginia and Wisconsin. Tho Injury dono by tho periodical should thoroughly test ovor ear In sawcicada consists almost wholly In tended for seed. The sand and testers chlsollng grooves in tlio branches of dust tray and tho rag-dogive good results. trees for dopoiting eggs. This t always appears to bo greater w actually Is. Popular alarm Is than It usually out of proportion to general FOR FLETCHER'S damage. f sometimes Young fruit trees aro They seldom fail to Relieve t Tho precauby( tho cicada. hilled and do not contain any A sould, burn, or sevoro cut htals tionary' measures aro: Defer putting Tho family that j Habit-foryoung fruit trow uutll next year; lowly If neglected. out tog drugs. Llui-mpostpone budding operation; do no keep a bottle of Ilallard's Snow SOLD BY ALL DRUGOJiTS on hand ! ahvjys prepared for pruning this winter or spring. Pr- t- -- s- Otto and ( Mll. gUkhart, I- tpomlm out such accident MCOMOAU 60 n When thf in Soil by Olilu Co , hand pick thsm from young frun 1.U0 PCI buttle in thorn with pyretbrum Drug company. trie- - oi tin-a- Hoston, Feb. Secretary of War powder, kerosene emoluslons, or a linker warned a largo nudlenco hero solution of cnrbollc acid or ncctlc thnt unloss tho League of acid. scientists Nations Idea prevailed Later, when the liiseclB are ready would Invent, for another war, to begin laying, spray young fruit weapons of destruction beyond tho trees with whitewash. comprehension of those who fought In tho recent world conflict. When' Crop Came From. Ho said ho know of an Invention To tho total crop vnluo of tho five thnt was being perfected which would yenrs 1910-1the geographic, divi- cnablo men to drop electrically consions contributo the following frac- trolled bombs containing GOO pounds States of explosives upon unprotected cities tions: Tho North Atlantic 11, 350 miles distant. These Implements (from MalnH to Pennsylvania,) percent; South Atlantic, K percent; ho said, would kill thousands. North' Central, east of tho Mississippi Secretary llaker was a speaker at rlvor, 18 per cent; west North Contrail the closing meeting of tho New Eng-lan- d 23 por cent; total North Central, 41 Congress for n League of Frpo por cent; south central, 23 per cent; Nations. nnd far woslorn, 10 por cent. Total 90,000 lteferrlng to America's for tho north, D2 por cent; for the dead, he declared that If thoy could South, 38 per cent; Atlantic coa-- t. speak they would domnnd their chil20 per cent; MisslMtvpl vnlloy, 01 dren bo spared from making the sacl, cent; Mountain SU.inml Paiihc rifice they 'made. Ho said that a by coiibl, 10 per cent. Measured League of Nations would bo the value alone,, tho crop iniportanco of world's "Insurance policy" that would the Atlantic coast Is more, than prevent nnothcr such conflict. of tho total, of the Mississippi Ofllclals of the New England Conand of tho gress nunouncod that 25,000 persons valley nearly far west attended the meetings and conferences hero. jjrThn grent desirability of keeping Insects reduced by modern orchard Octtlng Kid Of Colds. practice, as fertilization, thorough Tho easiest and quickest way to get cutlvatlon, and attention to pruning rid of a cold Is to take Chamberlain's and other operatons, can not be em- Cough Kemody. This preparation phasized too strongly and Is well ap- has been in uso for many years nnd preciated by most progressive nnd Its valuo fully irovcn. No matter successful growers. what remedy you use, however, care must he taken not to contract a secIowa nnd Illinois produced 2S per ond cold beforo you have recovered cent of the corn crop In 191S, nnd from tho Ilrst one, and there Is seritheso States and Indiana, Missouri, ous danger of this. A man of middle Ohio and Nebraska produced about ngo or older should go to bed and one-halstay in bed until fully recovered. It is hotter to stay In bed three day Count) Agent Helps Sell Stock at tho start than three weeks later m When fanners want to buy dairy on. mm cattle they consult their county agent, who, in turn, consults county agents SAYS SIIK CAN'T SWALLOW WANTS .?:t0,O0( DAMACKS In dairying sections where dairy cows When the county can bo purchased. Owensboro. Feb. 14 Dr. A. C. nccntH of Wisconsin made a summary n physician of of snles they had holped to make to Foster, a buyers outsldo of tho state they found Owensboro, was made defendant In a a total of 350 car loads of dairy cat- $30,000 damage suit, filed this aftertle, valued at $75,000, had been noon against him by Mrs. Frances shipped in IS months since July, Jarnlgan, of Mndisonvllle. The plain1917. In Winnebago County tho re tiff alleges that Dr. Foster performcords showed 448 dairy cows, valued ed an operation on hoi1 for the purnt $47,000. In Sheboygan County pose of removing her tonsils. As a the records showed more than 500 result of tho operation, it is alleged, head, valued at ?60,000. During tho palate of her mouth has been Inthis period buyers from 15 states jured to such an extent that her powcame to Wisconsin to buy stock for er to swallow has been destroyed., farmers In their respective communi- It is said that when she attempts to swallow water, it runs from her nose. ties. 4 Surgeons agree that in cases of T.umb Sales. ' Make Money I" Cuts, Hums, Hrulses and Wounds the Hccausc there was a poor market is most important. carload lots of lambs in First Treatment for less than When an Efllclcnt antiseptic is apAda county. Idaho, nn association was plied promptly, there is" no danger organized In August by a few memof infection and tho wound begins bers of tho county farm bureau to to heal at once. For uso on man or Forty-Ih- o bandlo them cooperatively. or- beast, llorozone is the Ideal Antisepsheep producers were In this and Healing Agent. Buy It now ganization and tho first shipment con- tic emergency. Price The price of- and bo ready for an sisted of 450 lambs. 2Cc, GOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by fered by tho local dealers was $S a Drug Company. in hundredweight, hut thoy would not Ohio Co. -- t.fr. -.( hnndlo .more than a few nt a, time. PLC SCOUHAGLS VILLACC The prloo received by tho association UKAVK DIGGEKS IMl'OHTKD This wan $14 a hundredweight net. deal nlono guve the fanners $2,700 Grocnville, Ky., Feb. 11. An epimore profit. demic of ilu, in Its worst type, is r.Tg-lu- g in tho vicinity of Ilosowood, n Show How To Cull Poultry. small village in tho extreme southern Vormont county ngonts conducted part of this country Tho villa'ge has a 131 poultry culling demonstrations, opulntiou of about fifty and has been with a total attendance of 2.C55 peo- tho scene of twelve deaths within the ple during tho fall of 19 IS. Tho Inst ten days. So prevalent Is tho numbered 02, 2.C20 disease in tho community that it Is Hocks culled birds behfj; handled by tho demon- necessary to summon men from the strator and people in attondanco. Of adjoining neighborhoods to dig the this mimbur 1.0S1 birds, or 41 per graves and bury the dead. cent, woro discarded as "boarders." As a result of the campaign work SC fanners wont through their flocks, aggregating 7,454 birds, nnd culled 2,934, or 39.1 por cent. This result Indicates the Influence and immediate and dollnate benefits of such demonono-quurt- ur two-third- s, one-tentf. well-knowv ."Washington, Feb., 15. DxcIuhI of expenditures by Dclglum, Portngr Ititmanla, AtiRtrla-Ilungnr- y and Ilu gnrln, the totnl cost of tho Kuropet war wns fixed at $179,000,000,000 I an ofllclnl i'tlmntc made pubic he today and based on data in tho hnnd of tho Federal Reserve Hoard, t secretary of the tronsijry and tho bu letlns of the Swiss Society of Unnkt Tho tnblc wns compiled on estimated expenditures of Inst January 31. CASTO RIA Fiscal Court Calls Road Tax Election Ohio County Fiscal Court, Regular Term, January 23rd, 1919. On motion of Esq. Q. IJ. Drown, It Is ordered thnt tho question of voting a tax of tho sum of Twenty (20) cents on the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars worth of all property subject y law to local taxation, under Section 157 n. of tho Constitution, for the improvement nnd construction of the public roads nnd bridges of the county, bo submitted to the voters of Ohio County. Said tax to bo levied each year for live conscctutlvo years Immediately following said election. The taxes to be collected and accounted for by the Sheriff, at tho same time nnd In the same manner nnd by the same process, that ho collects taxes, and an election is hereby ordered to be held throughout Ohio County, in II tho voting precincts therein, on the Sth., day of March, 1919, upon the proposition of whether or not a property tax of Twenty (20) cents on each One Hundred ($100.00) Dot. lars worth of property in Ohio County, shall bo levied for five (5) consecutive years next Immediately following said election, Including tin year 1919, for the purposo of Improv lng aud constructing, either or both, the roads and bridges of tho County. Said election to bo advertised, held nnd conducted in tho manner and according to the several provisions ami requirements of the laws of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky, now In force governing such elections and under the general election laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, where same relate nnd apply to elections held to determine the above question, and no 'amount of money, in excess of the amount that can be raised by the levy In any one year shall be expended In Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR to Wt' 'V--v 'Chain' Tread The Economy of Buying Good Tires It's mighty poor economy to put cheap tires on your car. If you can't depend on your tires, you can't depend on your car, and you can't get the high grade of service it ought to give you. It pays to buy good tires United States Tires. possible to build into tires. There are five different passenger car treads the only complete line built by They represent the highest value it is any tire manufacturer. Each has the built-i- n strength that means your money back in extra miles. Among them are exactly the tires you want for your car, and your driving conditions. I Sf I 1 ar Vill Master You If You Don't Master Pain flf'TOi z. ffl xt'AzS ol in-Ju- ry W&S Children Ory CASTO R A Y& m nt Itr-g'- S. A. Bratchcr, Sheriff of Ohio County, Ky., Is hereby appointed, ordered, and directed to advertise the time and purpose of tho election and tho amount of taxes to bo levied each year and the number of years for which it is to be levied and collected ns aforesaid. In the newspaper pub lished in Ohio County, having tho largest circulation for thirty (30) days before thp said elections and tho paid Sheriff will causo a poll to be opened in ench and all tho precincts In and throughout Ohio County, oa tho named date, ns tho law in such 3) ensoa directs, and ho may advortlse said election by having a certified copy of Jhls ordor published, as above directed, and W. C. Ulankenship, Clerk of tho Ohio County Court, is ordered and directed to furnish said Sheriff with a certillcd copy of this order, as it appears upon the Order Hook, in timo for said publication. Tho said Shcrlll and County Clerk nro further ordered and directed to Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Cut Haw do nnd perform each and everything required under tho laws of tho ComShe Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For monwealth of Kentucky, in advertisHer Recovery. ing and conducting such election and In the preservation of tho ballots and tho canvassing nnd certification of tho Royae City, Tex. Mrs. Mary the better. That was six yearo agf votes and said election is directed to place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a wall, of this be hold in all respects as required by strong woman, and I owe my Ufa bf birth of tny llttlo girl... my 6ido comlaw governing such elections. It Is ordered that it Is tho sense menced to hurt inc. I had to go back Cardui. I bad only taken halt tka bottle when I began to feel better of this court, in tho event said election results In favor Hit tho levy and to bed. We called the doctor. He 'Tho misery' In my sldo got les3... I collection of such tax, as aforesaid, treated me. ..but I got no better, 1 continued right on taking tb.9 Cariri tho money thereby derived shall ho so got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken threo bottle3 and 1 used and apportioned, as that in each Magisterial District of the county was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was wall there shall bo used the sum derived, three months and suffered euch atrony and never felt better in my Ufa... I as aforesaid, in such district, for imhave never had any trouble from that proving and constructing either or that I was Just drawn up In a knoti .. day to this." both, tho roads and bridges therein, I told my husbapd if he would get Do you suffer from headache, backfrom said tax, though this shall not me a bottlo of Cardui I would try It. . . ache, pains In, sides, or other discomin any way restrict or impair tho expenditure of other lawful funds In I commenced taking- - it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel each respoctivo Magisterial District, evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf so, for said purposes, just as funds are me... for I knew I could not last glvo Cardui, the woman's tonic, now and have heretoforo been used, many dayi unleu I bad a change for trial. J. 71 so far as such funds may bo necessary and avallablo and In tho mannor provided by law, and that a more Ohio County Court, do certify that cause the various officers whose duty and effective method of work- tho foregoing, Is a truo copy of the It is, to open a poll In each of the voting tho roads be put in operation order of tho Ohio County Fiscal ing places within the county of Ohio upon a on Saturday tho 8th day of March, Court, calling an election, than is now In effect. Ayes and nays being called for, Twenty (20) Cent Road Tax, as ap- 1919, to tako tho sonso of tho uuull- -' as follows: D. F. IMco, Yes; pears of record, in Fiscal Cuort Or lled voters upon tho quubtlou a? set W. C. Daughorty. Yes; G. W. Itowo, dor Hook, No. 3, page3 C1C and C17. out in tho above and foregoing order. II. C. Yes; Q. II. Ilrown, Yes; Given under my hand, this 26th Witness, my Jiand, this, th 211& lUioads, Yes; Sam L. Stevens, Yes; day of January, 1919. day of January, 1919. W. C. 1JLANKBNSIHP. Kd Shown, absont and W. S. Daan, abS. A. llJUTQHHR,, Clerk. Ohio County Court. sent. Jlptlon cnrrled and so order Sheriff, phlo Counts ed, Pursuant to the foregoing ardor, i'. ... .i Lpd by vtrturo of the poer ttAOK COOK. J O. C. 0. County, 0) Kohtnckw In tue M'fchMiB oi Ohio , )dct. Keutmhv T Iuily c. u .s til FOR LETCKR'5 t I ountv of Ohio siid oidcr U bt piibu tie.l .if roiittTr! I,fy. C BUnktfWJK Clerk of tli by law, aud further direct aud i3ll that )car. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot Dealer will gladly help you. United States Tires are Good Tires GNIB liH mmlu Kil-ma- t ada-qua- to mon-tlon- tlf Yld iter. OliildrQn Ory of. ' CASTOR'A E35wP595UBEJE3ISH -- . . VI'BSP MnkiayuBBkumSE " v ' ' t llHTTHMIillllllWOl1!' 1 '( & . - Ji ' . V ItKAVKIt DAM. nnd triumphs, these pottlcoatcd saint will, if by a mlrnclo they should anrco Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Burgess, of dccldo what themselves, among church we must nil belong to. Intol- Hcrrin, 111., havo returned hero Where Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY erance knows no limit but despotism. they will mnko their (uturo home Mr. 1. S. Mason, who has been 111 Incorporated Wo hope to see the citizens of Hart- with tho flu Is Improving. W."S.,TINSLEY, C. E. SMITH, Mrs. J. E. Williams, who has been ford do the square thing by their President c ).intry friends road tax election day. seriously ill, was taken to Louisville Editor This tax is being voted to build roads tho first of tho weok ,and Is roported JOHN HENRY THOMAS Improving. VT. S.' TIXSIiKY, AiMiclato Editor In tho remote, as well as tho central Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Baldwin nnd parts of the county. It Is to carry nnd llitslncss Manager. good roadi to tho doors of tho peo dnughtor, of Hcrrin, 111., are visiting ple. Our country friends have con- relatives. Entered nccordlnjj. to law nt ttao Mr. Edwin Mason, who has boon money rostofflce, Hartford, Ky., ns mall tributed a largo sharo of tho to build pikes nnd good roads radiat- stationed in Fort Sill, Okln., has matter of tho second class. ing from Hartford, and now It would boon discharged from tho army nnd Is with his paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. inbo Ingratitude, unpardonnblo to Address nil communications gratitude, for us to voto against n S. Mason. The Hartford Republican. Mrs. I.uettn IllnnkeuBhlp, who has measure that is tiimcd chiefly for the lmmedlato benefit of those who havo been In Owensboro for somo time has subscribers. notici: to building rctu.mod home. so largely contributed Subscribers desiring tho paper sent roads in the vicinity of tho county Mrs. Archlo Burgess was In Owens-bor- o to a new address must give tho old ' seat. Lot us give our country friends tho first of tho week. address In making tho request. Miss Lillian Hurt, of Evansville, a srjuaro 'deal. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c Indiana, Is visiting relatives here. per line, nnd 5c por lino for additionTo lift or not lift tho ban. Aye, al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards there's tho rub. Tho flu ban was REEFER'S MORE EGGS of Thanks, Cc per lino, money in very popular when the epidemic first TONIC. Church Notices for services free, made Its appearance, but It seems to disrepute. Nobody 5c per lino. be falling Into but other advertisements, For sale by Anonymous communications will J seems to know whether, in the man.Teceive no attention. ner it is handled, it is worth while. b. Wo all seem to bo in regard to tho TELEPHONES. flu trouble 'very much like good old Agent CnnilK-rlnm- l 12.1 Brother Evans, of Arnold, was in re59 Farmers Mutual gard to tho Wheelers, a farmer's or- Route 7 Hartford, Ky. ganization, very popular in tho counCall or write me, or see the 'KISItUAIH iii ty thirty years ago. A lodge had FRIDAY. been organized In Brother Evans' Kentucky Creameries. school house, and at tho second meetRemember if the road tax is voted ing they were all very much at sea L. T. RILEY, Mgr. it will be spent to make tho roads by as to how to proceed. Brother Kvans . your door. ! had been elected chaplain, nnd when COOL SIMtlMiS. called upon to open the meeting with Miss Mary Kitchens is on the sick Governor Stanley has exercised a prayer, was very much at loss just large measure of charity in forgiving what to pray for. After some gen- list at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Iko Hlnes are the the enemies of society. eral petitions he closed by saying "0, proud parents of a little boy, bom Lord, we confess we don't know much Reports from various sections of about this business and wo don't February IB. Mr. David Wilson has returned the county indicate that the road tax know that Thou dust." home from Camp. "will carry by a good majority. This Mrs. Fine Kitchens is quite sick. is an era of progress and old methods After the long night of high cost of road working arc going to the junk of living the light is breaking. The Mr. Leander Hudnall, of McHenry. heap. untimnte consumer is as yet getting was here on business, Wednesdnv Mr. B. W. Woodburn went to Rock- little relief, but there is a drop at the The President is hurrying home top, and it must sooner or later reach port Monday, on business from Europe to tell the country downward. Mr. O. E. Scott dellvded his tobacThe jobber and retailer about the Society of Nations, but ho are .stocked with high priced goods co at Rochester Friday and Monday will find the peoplo more interested and are trying to make Mrs. Wash Jones puivhnsed a cow the best of City, visited Mrs. Stone's parents, to know what, if anything, he has it by staving off tho inevitable as from .Mrs. Mary Jane Shaver for $80 trul Mr. and Mrs. Joe White, of this place, done toward bringing about a pres- long as possible, Mr. Commodore Lake has moved to but lower prices are Sunday. ent peace of nations. on the way. With ships released his new home here, purchased from There Is a lot of the pooled to .Mr. M. H. Bensley. from carrying war cargoes Europe is bacco being shipped to Owensboro Sane and enforceable laws against turning to mm the accumulated stores of this week. all types of immorality, should bo more NAKROWS. distant countries where prices Mr. Ion Coppage, of Narrows, and enacted, and citizens and ofllcials are We are having plenty of rain lower. Free and cheap ocean tihould rigidly enforce them, but the freights will now equalize snow and mud now which is not very Miss Ester Cobb, of Fordsville, were prices. lisial and lasting remedy for immoralbrides iiome, ThursThe Literary Digest shows. In an ex- pleasant, as we had almost been hav- married at the ftji ! ity is in tho teaching at the hearthing real spring time weather for the day evening. haustive article, that enormuui stone, in the schools and from the Truman, of this Miss Catherine last six weeks. stores of food and other products, sanctuary. Mr. Floyd Smith, who has lien place, is qulto 111 with flu, at the tuning no longer a monopoly of Eu-- J .seriously 111 with tjphold, pneumonia home of Dr. J. T. Wedding, In Whites-vill- e. for The German people are launching I rope's markets, are competing Miss Truman is attending and flu for the past three weeks is n movement on a large scale to try home distribution in anxious hurry still very low nnd ills recovery is school at that place. to prevent tho Allies bringing the to unload. Prices will not soon de- very doubtful. Littlo Mls3 .Mary KlUabeth Hani-son- , Dr. Ford; of Hartlevel, but at least to trial. After ho has of- cern! to the pre-wof this plac' oiwercd sch.ol at ford, was called to see him last Sunfered up millions of her citizens on l.i substantial reduction is assured. day, in consultation with Dr. God- - Whitesvillo Ins Tuesday. ' the alter of his mad ambition to doma notable passing of tho sey. There is inate the earth Germany ought to try Miss Elllo Duke, of Washington journalism; the old time personal NOTICE DOG OWNERS to save his precious old neck. kind that Greely, Dana, Halstead, Mc? 11. C Is at, homo for a two or three Cullough, Grady and Watterson, gave weeks stay with hor parents, at From this date, it being! was us, While President Wilson who havo been sick with inwe came to know the in stirring the old world "with pretty virtues which my duty to do so, I will be and the faults of the writer, fluenza. theories of a Society of Nations to and to admire or criticise him, as his Misses Eula Wooslcy and Paulino compelled to kill any and all prevent future wars American moth-or- e work met our approval or criticism. White, who havo been in Owensboro of soldier boys now in Europe The city daily has become too much slnco January 1st., taking business dogs round running at large think it would have been better for a commercial Institution and the course, visited their parents here or without license tags. Mr. Wilson to havo labored toward country weekly too much tho local from Friday night until Monday 3214 S. A. BRATCHER, peace terms to end tho present war. advertising sheet. We aro led to evening. Sheriff Ohio Co. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stone, of Cen- these reflections upon reading Mrs. The perpetual deferring of the GrlnnoU's society column In the terms of circuit court is working a Lellchfiold Gazette. Mrs Grlnnell serious hardship upon those maintouchos upon every subject, from the taining state wards. The law requires propriety of the president's visit to that an inquest be hold in circuit Europo to the description of the laycourt annually in these cases and ette of Leitchfield's prettiest baby. inquiry is had the Auditor such We know few peoplo In Leitchfleld or will not pay such claims. UnfortuO in Grayson county, but there is such nately an inquest Is not retroactive, an easy, frank, breezy personal charm and persons keeping such wards are about her manner of writing that wo losing even tho small pittance tho never miss reading her weokly per state allows for such purpose. sonal column. Nothing olsc makes up for the lack of individuality in tho In n screen masterploco we saw re- newspaper writer. cently this sentence sermon that should find lodgement in every huCKNTKUTOW.V. man mind: "No passion of tho human heart promises so much and pays so W. 10. Ashby moved to Owensboro littlo as revenge." Revenge is the last weok. most seductive of the monnor passion-o- f Paul Ilowo spont tho week end the soul. It raise a taNe hope u' with his sister, .Airs. U. L. Heilin, of ; at Mention that evor.ii must invariSmnllhouso, Ky. ably disappoint. Forgiveness Is the Mrs J. E. Overton, of Askin. Ky., Is noblost of tho virtues of men, and it tho guest of C. T. S, Overton, this! is nohlo because It elevates und makes week. grander tho boul that forgives. K. M. Davis, W. tt. Chapman and ! JWillinm Wilson, went to Owensboro Preston Dougherty, of tho Arnold Monday. country, is a recent and enthuslnstlns Missus Ida Matthews and Nola Tnte convert to tho road tax. Mr. Daugh-ort- y spent from Saturday until Monday started to Owensboro with two with Miss Ituth Godscy, of Smallhous. four horse loads of tobacco. After Mrs. E. G. Hugerman and children, crossing tho Daviess county lino he of Mooroman, spent a few days last discovered Davlebs county roads In week with friends at this place. Biich excellent condition that ho sent Mr. and Mrs. it. L. four horses and two drivers back U.'L. Jr., are visiting Heflin and son, Mr. G. W. ltowo home, and completed tho trip with ( and family this week. Mbglu teams. Ho tmvod $20 dollars Orvillo Williams, Juke Hradshaw, I in expenses because of tho better Mclvin Vanco and Owen Pato went to roads of our neighbor county. Owensboro Monday. J. W. Carter moved to Owensboro Announcement conies from Lexinglast weok. ton that tho Woman's Christian TemMr. Alfred Mackcy is very low perance League la to start a campaign with tuberculosis ut this writing. cgnlnut tobacco. With national prohibition now assured your profos-tiionThirty-Si- x NOTICE. J prohibitionist Marts out to find I havo located in Ueavor Dam for other worlds to conquur. Nothing lha practlco of dontlbtry, nnd shall itfiort of sanctifying tho orth. and gratefully upprueiato tho patronage that of tholr own peculiar brand of of tho public. Call on mo at tho A. tMHOtlty, will satisfy tltwc dor touts, I). Taylor property. Whn they grow strong In numbers 20tf 4 M. It. TAYLOR, D. D. S. The Hartford Republican iaiVWllWWMiW Sec.-Trc- as. ddbbBr MOTOR CAR ' ; to i I mrs. f. Mccormick Those 1919 DODGE BROS. CARS are now here. Come and look them over. We will take pleasure in explaining why the Dodge Car is the best car. J. F. CASEBIER 4 CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. aannBBJunHiBMgiHiiHlwnnHHifBa i Sell Your Tobacco! VEACHEL WESTERFIELD, Hartford, Kentucky. . I Wj beg'n buying by sample at my warehouse fu Hartford immediately. AH grades accepted. See me before selling elsewhere. 'kW I ar 44 Sun-nyda- le, Peace" and "Th B Are With Us. rR i tt "Ain't it a Grand and Glorious Feeling?" The great World War is ended. And Spring is with us again. And new Spring Goods is arriving daily. We are now showing a complete line of White Goods, in long cloth, nainsook, white waisting, organdies, flaxons, embroideries and laces. Long Cloth 20c to 45c per yard. Embroidery Sc to 50c per yard. Laces 5c to 50c per yard. New Dress Gingham 25c to 30c per yard. LL yard-wid- e Sheeting 18c per yard. Hoosier Sheeting 20c per yard. 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 60c per yr.rd. 10-- 4 Brown Pepperell Sheeting 65c per yasC 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting 65c per yard. 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting 70c per yard. Hope Bleach 25c per yard. 9-9-1-- un-leu- rf I ! Than You Make And I 'PHI I Bank The Difference THIS BANK WANTS TO HELP YOU j j i BANK OF HARTFORD j Years in Business Come, telephone or write us for your needs. Wo still have a few Ladies' and Children's Winter Coats to close out at a bargain of 3 off. 1-- ai Carson (1 Co. Hartford, Ky. KA. j J s T m .v i M Mr. Amos Carson spent a few days HP. , last week In Louisville, nnd whllo 1 there attended tho Lincoln Banquet. jwi t e iiAiir iiiiw.w:.. . 1 rW'TL., AT ni ft i.ipjim W"' I Lffl ,TI . -- v SftV i -- f For Hale Fnrdson Trnctor, bought last fall. Prico $100.00. J, G. KROWN, Hartford, Ky. 33-1- 4 & St ' M Jv iff JH HK REJmV J-- -. v?v aiffr&Zyks rrLtf" - tr'VMwi.i"-rffifiwirafo - s ffl -- ,. Mrs. Cader Dockery died at hor homo, near Taylor Mines, a few days ago. Her death was duo to InfluenMrs. John C. Riley was at Maxwell last week, to attend her brother, Mr. W. G. Ha) den, who was very 111. C. E. Commonwealth's Attorney in in Owensboro attending to somo legal business In the Daviess circuit court. Blount Trite Blue Plows I Harows and Cultivators IgflMHHBHIHHnHHiH Hi J 8 za. ft 1 wiimi Corn-oleu- Jf A c, J&F" c si .w SS A is. 'i" t T1..i I, the .ign of Kcnume '";V &.aLTm ' '"iV ttyP' 1 Smith Mi' B. nr' ' , ;. It h Jf i Why bother wilh sweeping and beating rugs when these durable printed ruga are fully a3 pretty and attractive and so easy to keep clean? Think of it ! All you need is a damp mop. The splendid patterns arc so dainty and attractive that the rugs can bemused with good taste wherever fabric rug would be appropriate. a medium-priceWe carry a full assortment of sizes in the new Gold-Sepatterns. The Gold Seal pasted on the face of the rug is your guarantee of genuine quality. The low prices will surprise you. d al w f? Messrs. John Boll nnd Chester Tlchcnor loft Sunday for Mississippi, where they so prospecting, with a view to locating. Magic Poultry nnd Stock Tonics, alio 11. A. Thomas' Poultry nnd Stock Sold by Remedies. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 32tl Are dependable implements with which to farm. There is PLEASURE as well as PROFIT in the operation of any sort of GOOD TOOL. Get the best. SOMETHING WITH A REPUTATION. For sale by ACTON BROS., Hartford, Kentucky Con-golcu- m 6x9 Rugs for 9x12 Rugs for $8.50 $16.75 A complete line of Window Shades, Door Panels, Mr. Maio Rutliart, fireman on the passenger train of the Owensboro branch line, is recovering from an atJust received a car load of Columtack of Influenza. bus road wagons. If in need of a first class road wagon call on, Boware! Of the "plnhooker" on the LUTHER CHINN, road trying to buy poultry. Bring Beaver Dam, Ky. it on the car. I will do you right. L. T. RILEY. The Misses Litchfield, Allio and Ruth, were tho agreeable hostesses . Major Clarence DcWoesc, of Fordsat a cooking party, at their home ville, was nniong tho Ohio Countalns Tuesday evening. The guests were, attending tho Lincoln Banquet In .Messrs. Goodell Wootcn and James Louisville, last week. Glenn. Lewis, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles young Wanted To trade good San Antonla, Texas, will arrive In stock for a good reliable team of Hartford within a few days to bo the work horses, must be sound fend of guests of Mrs. S. J. Wedding. good size. JOHN W. SANDEFUR. Hartford, Route, 7. Mrs. Leonard Rnndall and Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook went to Owensboro Wednesday, where ihey will be We were a few days late with the the guests of friends a fow days. price that would surprise you, but, hero we arc Friday, February 21, Mrs. Tlce Burns has been very sick Hens 2Cc per lb., Cox 15c, Ducks22c, for tho past week, of some affection Geese l"c and Turkeys 25. of her kidneys. She will go to a LouisKY. CREAMERIES, ville Hospital for special treatment. L. T. RILEY, Mgr. 1). A GENERAL LINE Hardware Furniture Rugs Stoves Farm Tools Buggies - OF Lace Curtains, Scrims, Fancy Draperies, Marquisette in plain white and ecru. Prices ranging from 20c to 75c per yard. Linoleums, Curtain Poles, etc. See us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. I .i '.? , , ' jEkl&Gb. v The Hartford Republican l Wagons Lumber Rubber Roofing . '. F '. Mr. It. II. .Mnrtiu was In Owens- - if boro Tuesday. Mr. Mnck Daniel, of Oluton, called on us yesterday. KKUIIUAUV CI ., H. A E. It. It. TIME TAlil.SC. W. K. ELLIS and UltO., lmvo the Kouth Bound, No. 116 ' 32U ..9:05 a. m. Hold seeds that grow. Duo at Hartford., North Bound, No. 114 The widow of Hob Lawrence (col...6.45 p. m. Duo at Hartford. Mr. Hill Kecnc, of Shrove, called on us Monday. Go to V. E, ELLIS and llro., for tl all kinds of feed. 3-- a' ... Personal News & (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) ored) deceased, died Tuesday. 5 Tlia Wnllnce oil veil, near Dundee, lias been abandoned as a dry hole. Mr. Foitor Thomas, of Narrows, was imiiimk our office visitors yoster-da, for sulu. II. GARDEN, anil Social Euents, $ y. Milk a -1 cuwa-freh- li , C. Hartford, .Alack Mrs. Dick Fuqua died of tubercuTho civil service examination to losis, at her homo In East Hartford. fill the vacancy existing at the HartTuesday, and was burled Wednesday ford postofllce was held at Beaver nt the Bethel church burying ground. Dam Wednesday. Judge J. S. Glenn, Mr. Frank Lowe, Prof. Ozna Shults Mrs. A. S. Petty, of Whltcsvllle, and Miss Corlnne Shults, of Hartcame up Sunday to be with her ford, took the examination. daughter, Mrs. Tieo Burns, who Is 111 at her rooms In tho Commercial The Rev. A. D. Litchfield, of HartHotel. ford, will preach at the Methodist Church, South, next Sunday morning Mr. Shelby Stevens, who recently and evening. He was our minister at went to Louisville from Hartford, has Brandenburg for four years. Ho will accepted a position In the advertising be tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Holkitlng department of the Courier Armstrong, whom he "made one" in Journal. the old home town. Leitchfield Gazette. If you aro Interested In n Farm Electric Light plant write Fordsville Mr. John Glenn, locally known as Planing Mill Co. They will give you "Old Timer," and Hartford's star tho full Information and can give you water witch, left Wednesday for prompt hervlce. Hammond, Indiana,' where he goes to locate. He left a forwarding order Mr. 12. T. Ewan, of Sunnydale, call- at tho postofflce directing his mall ed on us TuebTlay. Mr. Ewan recent- lie forwarded to a certain number on ly moved to Ohio county from Ilin-coc- k Gosling street, but that does not mean county, of which county ho was that "Oldtimer" will be a goose. lecontly sheriff. Brick, Lime, Cement and Plaster Metal Roofing ;f Red Cedar Shingles Doors and Sashes ,.; Paints and Varnishes Farm Lighting Plants Gasoline Engines Feed Grinders Edison Phonographs v, American Wire Fence Nails, Banr Door Hangers Barbed Wire Fertilizers (l ' .B Gan be purchased at Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager- FORDSVILLE, KY. Ky. KOK LLME and CEMENT, go to W. E. Ellis Bro. 33U Dr. A II. Hlley was in Louluvlllo n few tin) s last week. Mrs. T. Q. Fortiioy and llttlo son, Cook and Attorney Karl, camo up Saturday to visit Mrs. Otto Martin wore In Louisville, jes- - Fortnoy's sister, Mrs. C. E. Smith, t unlay. who Is slowly recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. nnd .Mrs. II. K. Bean, of Bowling Green, are visiting relatives at Mrs. Bony Allen died nt her home Narrows, this week. at Mcllcnry, Saturday. Death was caused by Influenza. Mrs. Allen was For Salt" Good sideboard and bi- n daughter of Mr. John Henry Stow-nr- t, cycle. Call after G o'clock. a merchant at Select. Judge & I Xi1'fchnA t 4- - Ford Automobiles 1919 FOR SPRING Blank forms for deeds mortgages for sale nt this office. Mr. Joe Eskridge. of Fordsville, was among our cullers Tuesday. Miss Myrtlo Maddox spent Sunday with her parents, at Hoaver Dam. Good clover hay for salo. Seo rmiLi nnnvc i JVJ'-- UUIM.l MRS. W. It. HL'DRICK. Hartford, Ky. Hay For Sale 32t4 Fir6t class timothy. E. D. Cox, Hartford, Ky. Mr. James Lyons, who has been at Akron, Ohio, for some timo, camo homo Friday. ' Wanted To buy 1,000 pounds of good popcorn. ALBERT RIAL. Hartfoid. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Konfrow, of Owensboro, visited relatives In the county last wcok. Mr. Joseph E. Cot and Miss Oakllo Roach, a young couplo of Sulphur attended tho Shrlners' convenUon, at Springs, wero married in tho Hartford Mudlsonvllle, yesterday. Rov. WalHorald ofllco Wednesday. ter Creep performed tho marriage Mr. II. T. ('olllns, who travols for sorvlco. tho Dupont Powder Company, spent Sunday with his family here. Frank Portor, a son of Mr. Hardin Porter, of Veaman, Grayson county, In a Messrs. Ed Barraba and W. S. Tins-le- y died recently of pneumonia, wont to Mndlsouville yestorduy to Loulsvlllo hospital. Tho young man attend a Shrlners' mooting. hud boon In tho military service at Camp Taylor. Mrs. John Boll and children went to Contortown Tuesday, whero they For prices laid down at your Rail will visit relntlvea u few days. Road Station, on any item mentioned In our add in this paper write post Tub Vulcan Chilled Turning and card, and you will hear from us at Now Ground Plows can't bo beaten. once. FORDSV1L17B PLANING MILL CO. Sold by W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 32t4 Mv. Willie Mooro, son of Mr. E. P. Tho BIuo Bird Plow Is ono of tho Moore, who has been in tho U. S. best If not tho best Steel Plow on the Na,vy for tho past two years, has been Son ,. mnrkot. promoted from thq rank of Ensign to W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ffiat of .Lloutenunt, which rank 32t4 I to that of Lieutenant lu the Mrs. Charllo Crow returned from rArmy. Mr. Ernest Taylor, of Reaver D.un, 1919 The policy of the Ford Motor Co. to sell its cars for the lowest possible price, consistenLwith dependable quality, is too well known to require comment. Therefore, because of present conditions, there 'can be no change in the price on Ford Cars. Runabout Touring Car $500.00 525.00 650.00 750.00 550.00 A good appearance is a valuable asset. the new sample line A. L ANDERSON 4 CO., CHICAGO, and you will w ant to place your cidsr for new . Coupe Sedan Truck Chassis The prices F. O. B. Detrjoit. N t t SEE clothes. E. P. BARNES & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. The Hartford Republican one year for only $1.50. h i Mr. Rowan Holbrook is ill, at hla gono to attend tho burial of hurl If you wunt tho Republican to conhome in Owensboro. He Is afflicted hnd f tinue coming to you weekly look at father, Rov. J. 8. Chandler. with facial paralysis. the labol on your paper, andit, In Mr. James Hudson and family, win nrrears tfud Jn check for the amount. Lltsoy. of Mart-wic-Mr. and Mrs. Will visited Mrs. Litsey's parents, have been living for homo timo at We appreciate your patronage, but 111., have returned to tholif ft takes money to meet our weekly 4 Mr. and Mrs. Alva Arnold, at Hon Herrlu, f payroll. former home, at Beaver Dam. week. Branch, last k. S&TAUPRING VOU HEED W, H. BAIZE, Ky. Hartford, II Local Representative l ivpuijWfRjphi 'Tnwnwr" - "'"'-''- "W''h , ' ' pWf'.-.'-'iV""- ? w'ii r1 "yr rfi " Li mmLZn2K? r wr7 " ' rTTw TTtw'va'TCi! "' G . 1 Annlo May Knckson, Equnllly 1 II. Iloskott, McHenry 1 T. I. Addlngton, 1 Equality Dr. J. S. Smith, McIIonry 1 '8. W. Alton, Equality 1 Fred Jones. Mcllcnry 1 Horry Drown, South Carrolton . . . . 1 Nowt Daniel, Mcllcnry IUv.WBIt DAM. 2 jJ. T. Human, South Carrolton 1 CIRCUIT COUItT. Thos. Haws, Mcllcnry 1 Jas. Wlthrow. Enunllty McIIonry 1 tags, Ann Howr, Mcllcnry Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKenney, Judge It. W. tilack, Owemboro. 1 Tho followlnc la n Hat of all parties wko obtained dog licenses ami 1, Clinton Iglohart, Equality Otto Itowo, Clerk It. W. King. C. Ii. Smith, Hnrt-for, . 1 S. B. With row. Equality. . .Mcllcnry 1 Ooui'th. Attorney February 1st, 1910. Knowing, names of such parties', uhdlio Tost Of- - Chester FniiRht, .Mcllenry.. un to 1 8. K. 1 Inn tor. Kq.tallty. . . . 1 Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. ., .... , nCarrett llurton. . . .. ... --- I. C. Cox, Kqunllty .1 1 im uu i.i..UUw. .,. .in., iinnnliv. nnrl. y j lCSllrc, aiciienry, n. l lice address oi cacn, luguim-Marshal It. F. Slovens. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. . l l'roii noone, Kqunllty 1 Kailiniock. Mcllcnry. party, which list Is matlo by voting 1'rerincts, as given by applicants. Otto C. MarMuster Commissioner . 1 .1. I'. Klttlncor, Contortown. H.1...1 lothn Hosklns, Mcllcnry,. . . KOltnSVILLK. MrHenry. . . . . ..1 C. T. Mason. Equality, (Continued from last week.) 1 tin, Hartford. l . Dlllard Mlnton. .1. C. Hrown, Heaver Dam . . JloMiic rrrcniri. . . 1 Kay F. F.uight. Kquallty. 1 lAudley Atchison, McIlcnryTV-V.eHoard W. It. Jones. . Ch'm'n. . l Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Denver Dam, .u. x,.,h? v. N. t Hlalr. Ucaver Dam II. 2.. 1 Calvin CraddocK, Mellon ry.... ..H -fFJLgjd Hill, Equality... AnireB Name l c Clerk Olla Cobb. Hartford. J. C. Wright, Uosinc . . .1 J. WrSBTiUon, Equality 1 M. McKlnncy, Mclloni ry K. n As ii, Uoavor Dam. 1 Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. or on 1 l.uthor KnugnlrEquallty nerm,01)( Mccnry . . . , 1st Monday in March 1 J days Hlrch Monroe, 1 1 Marshal Grant Pollard. 1 W. M. Monroe, Horton L. Uullock, Bqunlltyr, : 1 Henry Chapman. II. Dam , It. 2 HE. Com'th. and Civil. llcavcr Dam 1 nT' 1 It. It. Hrown, Equality. . . . . .Vrw- -. 1 Clarence Ilaloy. I to. no it Cecil Hnus. Mcllcnry.. . ,,CllVer Dam 1st Monday in May 12'day.i Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CAMJXD US. -, . 1 i.I. It. Jackson. Knnalltv. jusius nusuii, iw""M wvoriy, M. i jioaver Dam ,am, ist Monday in July 12 uayt . . 1 W. H. Addlngton, Equality nonvop Dam. 11. L.liFred Martin. McIIonry County Hoiiiil of Education. V- . uZZ" 1 1 Unfits Mlntnn. Mcllenry . . 1 W. T. Lawrence. Equality ?.0CJIa,,,,er' Com'th. nud Civil. iV" i Nohlo Taylor, Hoavor Dam Me enry F. Scott. Equality It. 2 . . 1 T. E. S. Ho'wTtrdv 8. S. O. C. I1' Hnl 3d Monday In September 12 (lays 1 Newton Raines. Heaver Dam. . . 1 lltobt. II. Honnott. Sihith Carrolton p K. 2. . . 1 Max Forrell. McHenry cavor nnCB Div. Xo. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. . . 1 (.loe Young, South Carrolton 1 V.. Earl Austin, llorton,.. Ferroll, Mcllenry 7 v utVvor D.iu . . 1 Thos. A. A. Stewart, Heaver Dam, II. 3...1 4th Monday In November 12 days ford,, Ky. 1 'Arthur Ootlsoy, Equality Stevens. Mcllcnry. I A. T. Stewart, Heaver Dam, It. 3..1 DIv. XI). 2 O. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, .I'Ij. K. Wolcott, South Carrolton.. Dam, it. 3...1 Granvlllo Ingram. McIIonry Com'th. and Civil. 1 ,S. T. Honnott. South (.'nrrolton . . T. II. nines, uosiiio j ... ., .. Mnrti,. n0aver Dam. 11. IL.l'Mary A Wilson, Mcllcnry Ky. .. 1 Kobt. Hennctt Sr.. South Carrolton. 1 Jesse Hasnam, uosuic COUNTY COUKT. Hudson. H. Dam, It. 3 . . 1 J. It. Geary, llenver Dam, II. 2 DIv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, ... ... .. ,,,roln, 1 Jlusscll Karp. uosinc,. Kddls Hennctt. South Ci irrolton,. Mrs. S. M I'arrltt, McIIonry iicnV0r Dam Moots first Monday in each month. Ky. 1 C. J. Hrlght, South Ca rrolton,. . F. T. Loach, uoavor nam, n. j....x . jJeaV0r Dam, It. 3.. I'M. C. McKlnncy, Mcllcnry M cll,nn Judge Mack Cook. vioia iicncnor, iioruiii, DIv. No 4 Hobort Goff, lloslno, l Jno. Alexander. Equa lity rlol)llr.. chlnn. Hoavor Dam. 11. .. 1 Nathan Ilurilon, Jiciionry 1 ,Leo Fulkerson, Kqua lity 1 Chester Ward. Mcllenry, It. 1 Edward riorco, uosiiio, , : County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Konch, Heaver Dam Ky. - H. H.Daniel, Heaver Dam, 11. 1 jonnic luiEiuuu, imami-1 Lawson liyors. .Mcllenry l M. 11. Halls, Equality. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. DIv. No. r Otis II. Stevens, Beav- Tim 1 Eli Halzo, Mcllenry t. a. "BBiaiii, uuaii c Dam IP. W. Hrown, Equality. . 1 W. W. Horrvmau, Heaver Sheriff S. A. Uratcher. . Tayjori iIcaVor Dam, It. 3.. 2 I. II. Harlan, Mcllenry er Dam, Ky. Millard Taylor. Itoslnc lEugono Morton, Equality 1 j, 1 .l. A. King. J. A. Stewart, Uosinc Superintendent E. S. Howard. Wakeland. Mcllcnry . Equality Div. No. 6 Nat Llndlcy, Center-tow- n, Beaver Dam, Leo Halns, lloslno.. l Kranc Myers, ueaVer Dam It. 2. .1 ICecil Autry, McIIdnry ., j l.May Drako, Equality l'Chns. Jailer Worth Tichenor. Ky. 1 row 1 C. 1). Hoss. Equality . E: F. Morris, Ienf 1 Wlllard Hess, Mcllenry 0toC" Hearer Dam Thy Commissioner D. B. Ward. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In i g T Cu)ck Heaver Dam, It. 1 1 Ernest llonry Ualzc. Itosino Mcllenry 1 J. 11. lleynolds. Hrown, Banality. 1 ,, ;, Surveyor IoA C. S. Moxley. J. N. LoCSdOll, ItOSlne, February; In Monday In April; 1st llnvnnlik 'MrlllinrV ...1 C IT tlrntvn V.xintltv 1 . .. Leslie Duke, Heavor Dam, It. 3 I.'r!iiiL Mnnl tulnml Kvnrnlt RIvimir. AlpHnnrv ...! . tin... Coroner E. P. Hodgcrs. Monday In June; 1st Monday in AuU. 1,. . . . 1 Ernie lloach, Olaton, f v.. v ii.ii.pr. llenver Dam m.. i.....i.,i 1IJ. T. Hnlze, Mcllenry gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st 1 .1. T. Slllltll. IleaVPr Dalll.H. 2....1ll. J. C. Uoach, Olaton, ". 1 - llnnvnr Tlnlil .. .1 .. r. r. FISCAL COUUT. ..i.t Monday In December. , - ,. . .. . . urannm, m. Olaton .. Denver Keith. l ....A ucu. utuniii iiciiL--i tl !,.... umu, tl ........ llnrvnv Alloil. Alelll.lirV '.. n .i. .arrows, H. ii. V. i.ino. "V. Clyde Mlnton, Hartford Meets Tuesday after flrtt Monday 1 Vflllx FblVd. McIIolirV rn....l..- - Ilnn,.,.r lkm If County Board of Examiners 1919 ri...i...in. Oscar Allen, Heavor Dam ' t in January, April and October. w w.i.unr, .'. t,'i,.in.. ' t n t i.i lipnwn. iinnvnr nmn. It. 2. . . .1 S. D. Sorrels. Mcllcnry, It. 1 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Bills Sande1. . 1 Watson, Itosln O,.,... ,' ti Walter lInrrliiTi l(:i vmnild. Mcllnnrr '.. n.ii.i IJ ...fm. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, fur, W. S. Hill. 1 Harrison Watsop, Uosl '"-- . 1 Hobt. Wakeland, McHenry 1 - It I. Mlllnr. llenver Ilnm ' tpl. .,.., a ii,.n,..u . ,..... w.,.,.. .. .. ., ..-I Houte 3. ". Wm. -Barnes, Heaver Dam G. Wilson, Horso nrniipll J. .ticncnry i Edwin Forbs, Fordsvllle Jan. 24 and 2S Common school II. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearlivereu 1 Geo. ,m G. O. Hall, ltoslno. . 1 n rt. IJ iinnvsr ti,.. r tiriiavjuu it n. ttr,..i- - x..,,1.. nm " -- ...- I .less Lnnclnv. Mellonrv ' m'uitn, - ii. i. .uiiuM, Hartford, diploma examination. t ii, i: H. Thompson, llorton ..,. t It. er Dam. i wnitnr v,iniia limiver limn. It. 1 . .2 Noble l'attut. Aiciicnry i.,ni,.ni Boavcr Dam and Fordsvllle. C. H. Thompson, Horton . v i.nni,nm. Mnsnn Tnvlor. Hearer Dam. It. 1 . .1 L. T. Millard. Mcllenry ii. i Q. H. Brown, Simmons. 3rd District ' J. D. Thompson, llorton i'O. P. Phelps, .Mcllenry,. May, 9 and 10 Common school J. J. Smith. Fordsvllle, It. 1.. Ith District G. W. Howe, Center-towI II. J. Woods, Heaver Dam, Wayno Spinks, Horton 1 'Maggie Xornian. Mcllcnry,. W. Smith, Fordsvllle. It. 1. o U. I. liiacK, iteaver kuiu,. J. Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. W. It. Stringfleld, Itosino ' ' T Chas. Davis. Heaver Dam, ,1 L. C. Bennett, McIIonry,. . . jj. G. Withers, Fordsvllle. It. 1. Fred Haize. Hosinc May 1C and 17 County teachers ' ' t Carl Wcsterfield, Heaver Dam 1 II. T. Miller. Mcllcnry,. nth District W. C. Daugherty.Baizc-towlit. C. Smith. Fordsvllle Daynion Wilson, Itosino ' (White) Hartford examination. X. W. Dockcry, Heaver Dam, H. 1 . . 1 G. M. Blackburn, McHenry. . . . (.. H. Wells. Fordsvllle 2 G. W. Armstrong, Itoslnc Arthur Dowoll, Mcllenry (5. E. Itlce. Fordsvllle (Ith DlMrlct W. S. Dean. Dundee. AVol Bejier I)m Precinrt. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' N. D. Leach, Heaver Dam, It. 3 . . !.'l No. Dogs Ken Langley, McHenry, It. 1. Ella Keown, Fordsvllle Address Eugene Her, Heaver Dam, H. 3. , l Xnme 7th District B. F. Itlce, Fordsvllle examination (colored) Hartford. 1 W. M. Human, McHenry, W. It. Wells. Fordsvllle T. F. Crowder, Heaver Dam, it. , . 1 Earl Austin, Horton W. H. Parritt. McIIonry,.,... 8th District H. C. Hhoades, Hart- 1 Juno, 20 and 21 County nnd State .Mrs f W Allen Vnnluvllln W. M. Haugh. Beaver Loney Kuykendall, Uoslne ..1 E. Ward, Beaver Dam, Dam, 1 U. 1..11 Hoycc Hess, Mcllenry 1 Sarah M. Petty. Askln It. ford, Route 5. teachers' examination (white) Fords.1 Hardin AVii v. Uenfrow 1 OYiituttimii Precinct. Emltt Loney, Fordsvllle. It. 1 . . 1 D. L. Ford. Heavor Dam. It. 2 vlllo. Homer .Albln, Hosinc 1 Xanio Address Xo. Dogs j. c. Hendrix, Fordsvllle, It. 1... HAIITFOKD. . 2 A. Mercer, Beaver Dam, It. 2 Adam Wright, Olaton, It. 1 Juno, 27 and 2S County anil 1 1 Thos. Fulkerson. Centertown,. ill. II. Hendrix. Fordsvllle. It. 1.. Dam . . 1 S. T. Hhoads, Heaver Echles Pierce, Uoslne, Mayor J. E. ncan. stnte teachers' examination (colored) 2 Everett Tichenor, Centertown. ..1 Ernie Hussell. Fordsvllle, It. 1.. . 1 Davo Hogors, Beaver Dam I). Hurt, Hartford, U. 2 . 1 'T. G. Mills, Fordsvllle. It. 1 Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. .1 Chas Hugos, Heaver Dam, It. z. . .1 SI Elder, Centertown Leslie Nelson. Hartford, It. 2 1 W. S. Carter, Centertown, It. 1. Hobt. Claycomb, Fordsvllle Ohio County Institute, July, .1 L. H. Felix, Heaver Dam Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Hirt Leach. Horso Hrauch Dam .1 !AV. P. Southard, Centertown. . . .1J. D. Cravens, Fordsvllle, 11. 3.. . l Otha Dexter, Heaver W. C. Leach, Horse Hranch, Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. . . 1 Louie St. Clair, Fordsvllle . l jW. L. Dockcry, Centertown Dam .1 P. H. Hobdy, Beaver Lemuell Alslp, Horton, Sept., 19 and 20 County and ..11 Graham Smith. Fordsvllle. It 3.. ,1 J. II. Hoblnson. Heaver Dam, It. 2. .1 Thos. Bennett, Centertown K. Miller, Horton KOCKPOIIT. .. 1i . 1 W. I). Hrown, Centertown J. II. Hhoads. Fordsvllle. It. 3 State teachers' examination, (white) . l Dolan Wade, Beaver Dam J. D. Tuckor, Olaton 1 . A. It. Mitchell, Fordsvllle 1. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. ,1 Xowt Willoughby, Beaver Dam,. . . .1 S. D. Williams, Centetown G. T. Wright, Horton Hartford. . l.W. . 1 Arley Brown, Centertown S. Evans. Fordsvllle, It. 1...1' .1 E. F. Austin, Beaver Dam C. D. Farmer, Horton ' Clerk Hushing Hunt. Sept. 2C nnd 27 County and State . 1 W. T. Griffith. Fordsvllle.. H. 1 1 Centertown Dam i . 1 Leslie Howe. . 1 J. B. Fuqua, Heaver Ulis Leach, Uoslne Police Judge John T. Jackson. teachers' examination (colored) Hart..1 1 . l W. E. Tichenor. Centertown Dam Geo. W. Hulse. Fordsvllle . l Malcom Barnes. Heaver Uichard Her. Beaver Dam 1 1 Marshal Will Langford. ford. II. O. Hillnrd. Fordsvllle N. T. Sandefur, Heaver Dam, U. 3 .1 Jno. Hosklns, Beaver Dam, It. 2.. . 1 II. H. Faught. Centertown . . I W. II. Evans. Fordsvllle, It. 2 1 Centertown .1 Claude Kitchens, D. Dam, It. 2... . 1 J. L. Porter, Mcllenry, H. A. Porter, Horton 1 Sam 1 J. Hrookr, Fordsvllle Beaver Henry Wright, Horton, l Lawrence Allen. ueaver Dam, It. 2 . ..1 M. W. Siu'll, McHenry,It.It.1 1 . 1 I W. B. Griffith. Fordsvllle 1 1 H. Ilockor. uam,. 1 Lutnor Mies, wsv.rfAZtzlf-x'W- i T.es Ashfnril. Horton 1 .llMrs. Emma Smith, Centertown. , 1 , It. B. Canary. Fordsvllle. It. 1 1 Kobt. Hopper. Beaver Dam,. James Edwards, Horton Get the Genuin .ljO. J. Loyd, Centertown, H. 1... 1 A. M. Lantun, Fordsvllle Dam, It 1 Hen Uogers, Heaver F. D. Mitchell, Horton 1 and Avoid 1 , 1 V. S. Faught. Centertown Delia Wells. Fordsvllle J. H. Howard. Heavor Dam. It. 3..1 U. t'. Houges. weaver warn Waste . 1 Geo. Uiley, Centertown I1 Augusta Hrown, Fordsvllle 1 Ed Kclley, Beaver Dam,. Newt Datigherty, Uoslne, 1 C. H. Mills. .Narrows . 1 It. X. Pate, Centortown . l Clyde F. Leach, Beaver Dam 0. E. Crowder, Horton Shacklett, Centertown V. T. Sanders, Fordsvllle, It. 2 . . . 1 .1 Thurman Taylor. Beaver Dam... .1 11. H. Decker, Centertown B. H. Hoswell, Horton Davo J. F. Lanhani, Fordsvllle .1 Carey Huntor, Beaver Dam, It. 2. , l W. P. Itlley, Centertown C. F. Wallace, Uoslne 1 J. It. Daniol, Fordsvllle . l Frank Cooper. Beaver Dam, It. 2. . 1 G. T. Tuckor, Horton I Every Cake 1 "uccrcd v;hen everything tlse fails. A. J. Hill. Fordsvllle. It. 2 H. C. .Monroe, Uoslne .1 It. H. Barnes, Beaver Dam, It. 2. .1 W. L. Sheffield. Centertown 1 Centertown, It. In reivoui pror.raiio'? and female A. C. Jones, Fordsvllle, It. 3 t .1 Jas. Barnes, Heavor Dam, It. 2. . liSam Oglosuy, Centertown. It. 1 1... Charlie Monroe, Uoslne e 1 .. they are the supreme G. Francis, Fordsvllle . 1 E. Williams. . 1 It. M. Itender, Beaver Dam, H. 2. J. 15. .Monroe, Uoslne 1 rtiedy, m thousands have testified. Elmer Johnson, Fordsvllle .1 Vess Barrett, Heaver Dam. It. 2., . 1 j It. J. Durham. Centertown John Monroe, Uoslne ' Williams, Centertown.. G. W. Bailoy, Xarrows. n 1 . . l yOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND . l Carey Hurch, Heaver Dam.H. 2. . . ,1 (Leonard Ernest Wilson, Uoslne GOOD Centertown . . . . , l Mabel Tichenor, J. A. Webster. Fordsvllle, It 1 . l L. H. Shultz, Heaver Dam C. H. Wilson, Horton &TOWACH TROUBLE X. Dunn, Fordsvllle Dam, It. 2. . 1 11. K. Bennett, Centertown J. . l II. W. Stevens, Beaver It Is .the best mcrdlclno ever asii JDob Ashford. Horton 1 2. . l 'Herman Hosklns, Centertown. . . . Katlo Parton, Asklns... Mrs. Ouinton Parks. Buaver Dam. It. "Jas Schroader, Olaton, It. 1.. over n drungte 'a counter. Troy Aubrey, Askins . i W. W. Wilson. Beaver Dam, It. 2. . , H Alvln Boss, Centertown Hobt. Goff, Itosino Secured or Your Money Back 1 E. I). Tooley, Centertown Collins, Fordsvllle Jno. i;C. II. Moore, Heaver Dam,., Allen Burton, Olaton, It. 1 EH If you tako tli Drnxufhn Troinlm,', tha . .1 G. E. Matthews, Centertown... Taylor, Heaver Dam Jno. H. Smith. Fordsvllle... l'U. T. Chick, Heaver Dam Doc Burton, Olaton, It. 1 1 Evorly, Centertown . . . . . 1 1 leavrln Marvel Hendricks. Fordsvllle . enn tftkelttUfvWrfKnr , rrr 1 Will Wrtl. ttkinu Jako n.iymnn, Horton 1 URUHJIO.VS I'UMTH-UII. J. Everly, Centertown HISIM.KS LOLLEtit Ernest Crow, Fordsvllle 1 A. X. Fulton, Heaver Dam, It. 2. (5. C. Royal. Uoslne I'Murali. k LEXiHBTOH, RY., BBSIHESS U. 4. ..I'M. 1). Ashby, Contortown Claronco Craig, Fordsvlllo. . . . . . . 1 1 W. S. Hoops, Heaver Dam, J. II. Da is. Heavor D.tm. It. 3 Macy Crow, Fordsvllle 1 T. It. Black, Beaver Dam, It. 1 . . . . 1 Javld 0. Stogner, Centertown . . . Losals Leach. llorton he uJ Sooetaor to VTfflar R. Sn- Zolxu CtBcc 1 . . 1 (Hear Ashby, McIIonry, H. 1 . . WIlllo Corloy, Fodsvllle I 'it. M. Jones, Beaver Dam J. A. Goodman. Itosino, Bninefts, Short Hand, T)po Writing tnd Tclcartrr 1 . .1 Howard Tichenor. Contortown.. II. Smith. Fordsvllle Jas. 1 L. T. Barnes, Heaver Dam G. M Bailey, Uoslne ThU oM ftnJ fafWni jJ 1 1. P. Hart, Fordsvllle . .1 J. It. Whitehead, Centertown. . College can do EtuiU tar I Leslie Taylor, Beaver Dam Chester Baize, Uoslne 1 jroiirt , .1 W. E. Whitehead, Contortown. . 3eulah Greer, Fordsvlllo l'Lnlna Oldham, Beaver Dam... a tffc t i.rteJ Albert Wright, Horton . U . . . 1 Uoss Stewns, Fordsvllle , . ijE. J. Carter, Centortown, U. 1. Ittlnntlfilrmi&iiJru4 J 1 IHen Hummago Jr., Beaver Dam. , Levi Wrluht, Horton, bprwiil ( iirw for 1 Hun-Fordsvllle . i Amort lgienoari, Lonieriown. Iris Inson, uoavor unm,. . ... 1 J. T. Kutplnrrniiit Wis Leach, Uo.sIub, Ei E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE 1 IhntMrsnd rr uoecntcl .,1 It. A. DcHruIer, Fordsvllle Bout. Uratcher. Beaver Dam. It. 2 . . 1 H. M. 1 ichonor. Centoitov.n . . TH crailuAtcM, llrtHnanytunt. 1 H. 1..1 Archie Sullivan. Fordsvlllo And letting of Glasses 'A. C J"". Rentier. Beaver Dam. It. 3...l!WaeKInch0,oo Xa-1 Grant Hualier. Fordsvllle. II. 2...1 tUion vt Vria lJil. IM lolU nttr ndinit tUl . 2 It. A. Bishop, Contertown 1 1.1. W. Paxton, Heaver Dam,. Gt& Ui&4 IiooiiM. lur iartlouUrv oMit J. M. Browned, Itosino, 1 Lottie Mitchell. Fordsvllle, U. 2 II. 1 I i n.iio Mmiiinx. Heiivnr nam. it. ' . . . 1 S. K. Bishop, Centertown, OWGNSBORO. KY. Sealon. n. SMITH XC ATILBUK Ira Browned, Uoslne,. LCXIUQTOP, KY. 1 Van Buren Wedding, Fordsvlllo,. . 1 " ' ' "t !riicii iienver Dnin. it. 'J . . . 1 T. C. Bishoi). Centortown Q. J. Goodman, Uosinc,. 1 o 1 -:in,i.. .,..!.,.. ' iiu.iver ti... tu. -- . . . ij Hi - c '- ii tiov renter Inu-- Luthor Uratcher, Fordsvlllo unm, . 1 umu .tiuiiiios. ntrpv 'mm 1 1 J. Q. Dunn. Fordsvlllo 1 M. L. Philips, Centertown 1 ' T. E. Buck, Beaver Dam d noaTno Andrew' 1 Jno. W. Dunn, Fordsvllle I 1 WIIHe House, Centortown Searcy Burton, Beaver Dam JessoW Smith Horton 1 1 Jack Cole, Fordsvllle. THE U. 1 P. Tichenor. Centertown Call Mi Branch ! 1 ' M. N. Hoops, Beaver Dam. It. 2...1 ! LIV-VER-L1 1 C. W. Hrown, Fordsvllle AX 1 J. B. Montgomery. Contertow;n.. SEWING 1 Jno. Woodburn. Heaver Dam ... Wm L Thomas "honT . 1 w. i'. .Mauiiox, uemonown, ii, i . . . i Willie A. Hoblnson, Fordsvlllo 1 HooorT'i Haven Itosino . 1 Johnlo Coleman. II. Dam It. 2 1 "! Centertown 1 S. H. Hill .1 11. C. Fuqua, Fordsvlllo, II. 1 1 Tom Gray. Beaver Dam. It. 2 Evorett o I toy' OF 1 Uichard Tooley, Centertown,. J. C. Wilson, Bulzetown 1 Leo Duko, Beaver Dam, It. 2....1 Lon Uenfrow, Horton QUALITY. 1 Cal Murphey. Fordsvllle, 11. 3....1 Cass Tooloy, Centertown 1 Chas. Cooper, Beaver Dam, It. 2...1 E. G Atchison, llosine 1 1 Ira Hussell. Fordsvllle 1 Hud Smiley, Centertown 1 E. M. Uoach. Beaver Dam Pato Hosklns, Uenfrow 1 C. N. Andor'bon, Asklns 2 Albert Hoskott, Centertown 1 .McIIonry Precinct. Granville Morris, Uenfrow 1 L. Marlow. Fordsvlllo, It. 2 1 1 Xa mo 11. H. Halzo, Uenfrow Xo. Dogi Andy Itlley, Centertown Address NOT 1 1 Ira Halo. Fordsvlllo 1 C. M. Evans. Heaver Dam, It, 2 1 Andy Elder, Contortown C. W Hoyal, Itosino SOLD 1 Smith Miles. Fordsvlllo, 1 Llnnle Oglesby, Centertown H. 2 1 1 C. II. Hudson. Mcllenry Martin Thompson, Horton U N,D E R 1 .las'. Odell, Fordsvlllo 1 Itender. Centertown 1 Alvln Chlnn, Mcllcnry 1 Herman J. H. Wilght. Olaton. It. 1 1 Centortown, It. 1 . . 1 Eliza J. Heedle. Fordsvllle, It. 3 ANY 1 Mrs. Simon Jones, McHenry 1 Eugono Stroud, Everett Hoyul, Uoslne 1 Centertown, H. 1..1 Lee Munihey. Fordsvlllo OTHER 1 J. M. Stearmun, 1 Joo E H. D. Foster, Itosino Smith, McHenry 1 F. II. Stearnian, Centertown, It. 1..1 II. D. Loyd, Fordsvlllo 1 NAME. 1 V. It. Dabnoy, Hartford. It. 2 J. T. Maddov. Mcllenry Peel right nil the time. Don't lay ot 1 Hohor Oiler. Fordsvlllo Joq James, Centertown, It. 1 1 1 William Wright, Hartford,. It. 2..1 C. Taylor, Mcllcnry from work for days by takinjr calome 1 Frank ICIrkondall, Contortown. ... 1 v'olia KskrldKc Fordsvlllo 1 East Itenwr Dam Pict-lnetEstill Shultz, Mcllenry keeps yor when pleasant Llv- - Ver-La- x WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. 1 A T. Loyd. Fordsvllle, 1 McIIonry, It. 1 H. 2 Xo. Dogs E. It. Bishop, McIIonry, It. 1' I Worth Ashby, Address Name on your feet, while relicviiigyour troub M. W. Southard. Mcllenry, It. 1 ... 1 on 7th page. (Continued Ifyou purchase tho NKW 110.MK you will 1 . . . . 1 Leila C. Tall, Mcllenry. E. S. Mauzy, Beaver Dam, It. lo Si.fnr inn nnfl nnsv in inUn. Onn M. Harpor, Centortown, 11. I. ..1 1 1 W. D. I). Hamtuons, McIIonry J. A. C Park, Heaver Dam tako anything else. You can't nfTorc hnvo a llfo nsxct at the prlco you viy, anil will 1 It. 1 1 J. W. lglehart, Centortown 1 Eugene I haves, McIIonry J. W. Baker, Heavor Dam it. Eiiminatca poisons, cleanses tyt , DothavoaaemllcKHchulaof rcpulrs. Chas. L. Hunter. McHenry, It. 1...1 1 2 It. F. Baize. Mcllenry -- -j Bert Davis, Beaver Dam ' tern nnd relieves constipation. A nat-1 W. L. McKornan, Contortown 1 M. F. Faught. McIIonry, 1 It. I Jas. Sandefur, Horton Quality ural remedy, natural in itsactions, eurt cpH:-1 A. D. Grant, Contortown Mrs. Jno. Veller, H. Dam, It. . . . .1 Phocian Wado, Uoavor Dam, It. 2 . . 1 Ken Loyd, Centertown certain in rcbults. h j in its circct and 1 1 Jno. Crumpton, 1 McIIonry Considered Bill Hill, Heaver Dum bo long before Uo- - Vc-La- x wil won't 1 Hay White, McHenry. It. 1 1 1 D. L. Alford, McHenry, It. 1 Jesse Hulnus, Hoavor Dam completely displace calomel in even 1 W. T. Sandofur, McHenry, It. 1 il r '. 1 2 Chester Alford, Mcllenry, It. 1 awtv ) J. J. Robinson, Heaver Dam i homc.i Children can tako it frcclv an( 1 Ashby, Centertown Lund a Hoblnson, Heavor Dam,.... 2 Ihirlou Fuught, McIIonry, H. 1... .1 FlaudlesDodson, Centertown, safety. Every bottlo suar-anteewith perfect C t,' "(JCSt 1 Minnie 1 1 Elmer Hopper, McIIonry J. It. Miller, Beaver Dam 50c und in bottles. Non 1 1 C. L. Itoneor, Conterotwn, 1 Harry Hodgo, McHenry A. L. Knight, Heaver Dam genuine without the likeness and slgiut in llie end 1 1 Cecil 1 C. K. llencer, Contertown J. I). Duvull, Heavor Dam Hodge, McHenry tuxo ol Lh xl. urigsuy. for saiu by Claionco Tichenor, Centortown,. . . . 1 1 E. M. Hofiln, McIIonry 1 Henry Barnes, Heavor Dam to buy. Williams, Contortown,.! t u. WILLlAMa. . lUrtXorA XI 1 J. P. Austin, 1 Mrs. Joslo L. II Combs, llovaer Dam McHenry,...' L 1 1 ,ou wiiutaftwlrigmaclitne.wrltu fori J. A. Itoneor, Contortown 1 1 Earl Bcasloy, Mcllenry C. G Baxter, Heavor Dam 1 Ernie Boll, Centortown our latest cutnlocuo beforu you purcluua. 1 Jno. 1 Leblie Duke, Heaver Dam H. 3 Hess, McIIonry 1 M. W. Hell, Contertown 1 W. T Stevens, Heavor Dam It. 2 . . . 1 Wcs Martin, McIIonry The New Homa Sewinz Machine Co., Orange, Mass.1 1 1 M. C. Boll, Contertown W. M. Hayncb, Heavor Dam II. 1 ... 1 Oak Sandefur, McHenry WILL YOU 1 Marian L. Ashby, Contertwon JC1 W. (1. Hoswell, Heaver Dam, It. 1 ... 1 W. K. Moseloy. Beaver Dam, It. 2. . . 1 uLPLllJ-Ashby. Centortown, It.'l.. 1 TAKE OUR 1 O. W. I. D Hnelnml, Hoavor Da'rti, It. :t...l Sam Mlllor, McIIonry 1 Samuel II. Hill. Centertown 1 yf. H. Martin, Beaver Dam, R. 1 ... 1 J. W. Raymond, McIIonry 1 1 Thos. A. Hill, Contortown (.. 'l. Loach, Hoavor Dam, It. .'!... 1 Virgo Homier, Mcllenry, 1 A Safe, Vants ' Boyd, Centortown 1 1 Kinney Virgo Itender, Jr., McIIonry Hiram Miller, Heaver Dam 1 S. A. Ajshby, Contertown 1 P. M. Brown, Mcllenry 1 W. II Baldwin. Beaver Dam Remedy for Worms 1 Ashby, Contertown 1 Jas Dcian, Mcllcnry 1 Xelllo A Treatment Hubert Baldwin, Heavor Dam A. H. Illshap, Contortown... Surdity Ura iriire' ronlinu. 1 A. M. Smith, Mcllcnry 1 Frank Chlnn, Buaver D.tm ou tia u tlA Ih.1 U'kUiiioim t .2 Leonard Handle, Contortown . . for WEAK 1 1 Guy Hlhbs, Mcllenry Charlio Butler, Heavor Dam rilKV'S VKKHlUJfii: cuu ollir 1 SusbIo Allen, Contortown, 1 Chas W. Mulllcan, Hoavor vou. Tlbe Huller. Bouvor Dam Dam,,..l J. M. Itoss, Centortown II. Keep bottle ulwjyn cm lunn. 1 LUNGS oi W 1 Columan Wells, Hoavor Dam, 1 J. II. Ulunkonshlp, Heaver Dum It will In' 1' kfi Uie Htl.f urn 4 --' Hoyd, Contortown .1 i hiwAMKaSrji'fiiii luiprmia lultiiy. Fnn DUDCnMAI 111 i.iii.. nnn cfi MnTinn 2 C. J. Hoy Hlaukeuhhlp, Hoavor Dam., Harney Warner, Mcllenry, irtin 1 lour .r iV. a l"Ulo at utoru ; Urn?ll i m$&2u iKSXffiica uuitoumriiun Claude Hrown, Centertown. . . Dissolved in water for ilcv:-c- s etopc 1 ljrcell UUnkenshlp. Ibtuvur Dam. 1!M. C. Warner, McHenry (rlW or moeral .1. A. St.CIalr. Centertown,.. .1 u 1 pt!v!c catarrh, ulcorcf, i i .dinfl diMior i'uii t nuufUy uur 1 L. 0. Johnston, McHenry,. , , Howard llinus. littuver Dum (ViONTH mallon- lr.r.imvvi,.'. v. 1 . f ... - Ii . .1 wiulhK iiurii.. aiiJJae luaUi v K. C. Tichenor, Centertown . . . 1 -- ... " J. P Puxtou, Buavor Dui,. . . . . . I W. L. Harris. McHenry .. Uil )U 4 U.iltu ttlfel WU'H l i.vjira i f,... k r. i;.l lur (bat t.rtd, iiiuJowii feeling I Tout Jones, Centertown 1 pruwi'Uy 1 fuikham Mo.'. Co. or i T. ft Payton. Ueavir Data . niHl ltouder, McHenry iuwU, p urn la Ui(. night nvun SiiudllMtUkti I'nv'luct. A lici'..j lender fcr nt,i Jno. rortt. Hvueury JBUaor Kmwry, Heaver Dam J, I l E. & S. FREY ', luu. or kfatuaiptiuu. II K d 1 1 SI UlUlaiiiL- .iii.i i3ur Addreas ., pro UiroaiAud tot ye Nun . . ., ..... .. a j.....i Albert Milhern. Beaver Uam . . 'M iiiAaina. tuilUi.au uiu .V7 you tttU. .' ;i ht yu It ,.ie Z o MP. HALTIMORK ....11.. 1 A. L. Ashby. . A'llUUBlO'l, 1 M. W. 11. Cu'UiuiilKii. . Beaver . Uam ll' . . " MsOgSSB'i v" ("."R" 1' OlLkyiU. .. .. I. i I . . LaAv sax ai ' :f""sr-"i 1 1 ElUb lirjgjg ai inmua ;HIQ MEDICAL 00. Lticiuit uavu. riusiny QiU If. tlievens, Boaver uam I'keiiw. McHi ary il Q. D. Keuior, South Ca f r,.- - .. jMi.B.nrtirwT COLUMBUR o '.'I.ilu:; .1 ' . iUayll Baker, Mclleury 1 lionet 1. Taylor, B. Dam, H. X.. . DOGS LICENSED FOR YEAR 1919. DIRECTORY. d. f ' I i ..-- J - ih Vnr"'l J' ITnX;. sZur ' 1 ' S'm, ......... '' ry'ilr :,rc " ,., ' H.lm, ..lit. .. ' 1 ...1 ,,,'.. ti. I 1 1 ' m,,- . . . 1 1 i.'i i,.,i, Hi ....! " n,.. 11 1 1 1 In ...! ..,. -- .i.. "'' 1 1, n. , n. .1 , 7-- ....... j i ! 1 , : , ' l' Jggnn rii7i . cZ4z9zr? irimwi ra rie Tl rA vcaV-iess- I ' r SITWft ..ll -- ...i lYEWf A -i ; ' '. DR. J. H.THORPE illSfc::::::::::! I i Js ... USE I NEW For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. .... HOME ... ... Mothers use I .... XT &EJS Vefttiii jar r mc uwurm ue rl JmBL GERMINAL REMEDY Every Woniun miBSHr?k . '' J2 A FOR ONE i.u-.wt-i- T . -- .... - JT. ......... ii.. ...... . 1 k.'ni 1 L el , - ,! ) '' , i :J .Ju- - Jiu- - ..una' ftk " 111 lllltl - in ' Mnrvln llowllnR, Narrows E. 11. Illacklock, Narrows C. W. Foreman, Barrets Ferry.... 1 H. H. Westerflold, Narrows 2 (Continued from 6th pngc.) t9iMfMiBiHIQHIIM 1 Martha C. Gray, Narrows 1 C. II. llrown, Narrows I A W. Illrn. Fordsvllle 1 D. A. Sanders, Narrows 1 M. V. Johnson, Hartford, I W T. I'ortor, Fordsvlllo 1 Alex Wolls, Narrows, It. 1 2 Ell Martin, Mnrtford, R. G I Htnnloy Murphy, Fordsvlllo fl 1 Homar 1 Robinson, Narrows P. M. Taylor, Hartford, It. 1 M. V linker, Fordsvlllo G 1 Torrel Woosloy, Narrows 1 . C. M. Ridon, Hartrord, It. V Peckcnpaugh, J Fordsvllle. .. .1 T. P. Fentress, Harrots Ferry 2 3 . . .. Itcflln Precinct. C Rlchurds, Fordsvlllco, II W 1 1 No. Dors Josso Westorflord, Narrows Address Name I I Saniplcy, Fordsvlllo Fr II. P. Petty, Narrows 1 1 G. W. Itcnfrow, Hartford, It. 7....1 Mrs. llenry Harrison, Knnlnvillo L. S. 1 1 Hill Thomnsson, Hartford, It. 7. . . .1 T. II. Truman, Narrows K Mitchell, Fordsvlllo it 1 llrown, Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been E. M. Hoover, Hnrtford, It. 7....1 Win. Pulllam, Narrows Wont I'imN llli? Precinct. 1 Nnrrows, It. 1 2 A. H. Hoover, Hartford, It. 7 No. Dors in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Address Name 1 L. Hurt, Narrows, 1 1 Loo Heflin, Hnrtford, R. 7 ' (' Laiiham, Fordsvlllo and has been made under his per-1 J. W. Hurt, Narrows 1 1 A. E. Yowell, Llvormorc KM II Hoard, Fordsvlllo 1 sonal BUPervWoa since its infancy. 1 B. Hurt, Narrows 1 Arley Shown, Hartford, It. 7 Itoynolds. Fordsvlllo (' It 1 1 E. P. Forcmqn, Narrows Allow no one t0 decdvo you in th U. S. Condltt, Hartford, It; 7 t 1), AI Jones, Fordsvlllo Holla Foreman, Narrows 1 1 All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooNnt Condltt, Hartford, It. 7 W Farmer, Fordsvlllo, II. 1...1 l are but 1 T. S. Hoswell, Narrows 1 1 J. O. Crowe, Hartford, R. 7 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .1. A Smith, Fordsvlllo 1 Hurt Petty, Narrows 1 J. B. Kirk, Hnrtford, It. 7 II. Kolloy. Fonlsvlllo W. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Alvy Hlncklock, Narrows 1 1 1 W. II. Hoover, Hartford, It. 7 Orn lJellaiuy, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 1 1 Wilbur Garden, Narrows N. M. Russell, Hartford, It. 7 V. L. Mm tux. Fordsvlllo. It. 1....1 1 1 Wm. I). Foreman, Narrows Will Johnson, Hartrord, R. 7 t It Wado. Fordsvlllo, It. 1 . . . ..1 1 Narrows 1 J. T. Laws, Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parc-joriA. L. llalrd, Hartford, It. 7 Olllo lluff, Fordsvlllo, It. 1.... ..1 1 Harrots Forry 1 Jeff Fentress, L. II. llalrd, Hartford. It. 7 Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. llmiry Fuqua, Fordsvlllo, It. 1. ..1 WcsterHeld, Narrows.... 1 It contains 1 Guyman 7 II. B. Mllllgan, Hartford, It. Estill Fliqilii, Fordsvillc, It. 1 . . . .1 neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its 1 1 Jno. T. Wallace, Narrows J. G. Hoover, Hartford, R. 7 Floyd Keown. Reynolds, It. 1. .. ..1 1 age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has 1 Alex llolton, Narrows Ancil Patton. Hartford, It. 7 Jcip Scaton, Fordsvlllo ..1 1 Wm. Sanders, Narrows been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Everett Hclfncr, Llvcrmoro, It. 1..1 S. T. Gentry, Narrows ..1 .lames Morcer, Fordsvlllo 1 1 Jns. Helfnor, Llvcrmoro, It. 1 Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrislincss arising (' V JpfTorlos, Fordsvlllo, It. ! ..1 Milton Loyd, Irvln Helfner, Llvormoro, It. 1....1 Sam Davidson, Narrows. R. 2....'..!1 ..1 Mlllor. Fordsvlllo therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids lifo Harrots Ferry 1 It. 1 Hill Potty. Llverniorc, ..1 Herbert Jell, Fordsvlllo 1 the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. 1 C. C. Park, Narrows 7 S. L. Whlttakcr, Hartford, It. ..1 llrvon Raize, Fordsvlllo 1 1 Fllula Harrctt, Narrows The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Josao Foster, Hartford, It. 7 N It llnlzo, Fordsvlllo ..1 1 1 C. W. Sharp, Narrows Walter Foster, Hartford, It. 7 ..1 It O. Noel, Fordsvlllo 1 1' Clollan llrown, Narrows Clins. Foster, Hartford, 11. 7 . .1 ' DeWoosc, Fordsvlllo .1. II. CoppaRe, Narrows I 5 L. L. Porter, Hartford, It. ..1 J J Tllford. Fordsvlllo 1 1 Floyd Smith, Barrels Ferry Virgil RIsks, Hartrord, It. 7 M .1 Webster, Fordsvlllo ..1 M, Smith, Narrows 1 Mrs. Amanda Shaver, Hartrord, R.7 . 1 J. W P Powers, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 . . ..1 'Bears the Signature 2 1 Willie Smith, Narrows W. C. Nicely, Hartford, It. 7 Orvlllo Check. Fordivlllo, It. 3... ,1 1 2 D. Harrison, Narrows Rowan, Hartrord, It. 7 .1 Hob I' Legrnndo, Fordsvlllo, It. 1... 1 n-- i 1 1 Tom Smith, Harrets Ferry Mark Howard, Llveruioro, It. 7 llrnrv Johnson. Fordsvlllo 1 1 Herry tlontry, Nnrrows, It. 1 I). M. Harris, Hartrord, It. 7.. AVulter L. Burnoll. Fordsvlllo, It. 1.1 Narrows.... 1 1 Mrs. Sallle Harrison, 1 Anthony Chlnn, Hnrtrord, 11. 7 a 11 It Hill. Fordsvlllo. It. 1 1 Chas. Carter, Narrows, R. 2 1 Jaspor Loyd, Hartrord, It. 7 Felix Evans, Fordsvlllo. It. 1 1 I 1 Chas. Jnckson, Hartrord, It. 7....1 Henry Gllfam, Narrows "3 S llrown, Fordsvlllo, It. Ralph Precinct 1 O. H. Richnrdson. Hartrord. It. 7.. 2 Frank Wolls, Itoynolds,. . . 1 Nanio Address No. Dors t Truman Hoover. Hartrord. It. 7 Ira 'Wallace, Fordsvlllo 1! 1 J. L. Patton. Hartrord, R. G 1 Levi Williams, Llvormorc, It. 1 11. J Payne, Itoynolds. It. 2 1 Thurman Ralph, Hartford, It. G I 1 HuRh Chlnn, Hartford, It. 7 R I) IMckett, Itoynolds 1 1 Horchcl Chlnn, Hnrtford, It. 7....1 R. N. Midklff, Fordsvlllo Losllo Edge, Fordsvllle, It. 1 1 Kind You Have 1 .T. E. Russell, Narrows. R. 2 1 Edwin Shaver. Hartford, It. 7 V D. Kvans, Fordsvlllo. It. 1 1 Jeff Collier, Whltesvlllo, 11. 2....X lrvin Shavor, Hartford, It. 7 THE CtMTAUB COHFANV, NftW VORK OITV Oluronce Kvans. Fordsvlllo, It. 1.. .2 1 1 D. T. Ward, Whltesvlllo 1 It. 7 N C Fanner, Fordsvillc, It. 1 1 Ira Ellis, Hurftord, ri. W. Hell, Hartford. It. 7 1 W. W. Foreman, Hartford, It. G. . . .1 1 Chas. Taylor. Hartrord, It. 7 1 Hubert Hun, Itoynolds C. I). Hudson, LlvIa, It. 2 1 J. T. Wedding, Hartford. It. G 1 7 1 1 Edward Ellis, Hartrord, It. J It. Murphry. Fordsvlllo C. Hudson, LlvIa, 1 1 It. A. Wedding. Hartford. It. G 2 V. C". Tumor, Livermore Floyd lllco. Fordsvlllo 1 II. H. Itartlett, Hartford. It. 3 G 1 1 G. W. Ithoads. Hartford, R. 1 Hartrord, It. 7 1 W. P. Hlnton. T J Harriott, Itoynolds G. L. French. LlvIa, It. 2 G 1 Alva Kelloy, Whitesville 1 Ernest Midklff, Narrows, It. 1 1 M. M. Warner, McIIenry 1 1 J. It. Turner, Llvcrmoro G II, Morgan, Itoynolds M. C. Illloy, LlvIa, R. 2 1 1 M. G. Farmer, Hartford, R. 6 1 Geo. Shopshlro, E. E. Price, Llvormoro, It. 1 McHenry J. D. Rruner, Whltesvlllo 1 1 Aftimvllli Precinct. Klmer Wilson, LlvIa, It. 2 G X 1 G. A. Holland, Whltcsvllle. It. 2. . .1 Hubort Stewart, McIIenry Davo Farmer, Hartford, It. 1 No. Dogs Archie Hoover, Hartford, It. 3.... I It. E. Price, Llvormorc, R. 1 Address Name 1 Harvey Wedding, Hartford. R. 6. . .1 C. F. Reardcn. Whl,tesville 1 Oscar Stewart, McHenry H. S. Price. Llvormorc, R. 1 1 1 I Chas Tlchonor, LlvIa, It. 2 C I. Farmer, Whltesvlllo 1 M. I. Floyd. Whitesville 1 Mary C. Royal, Rordsvillo, It. 1 1 1 J. T. Main, Beaver Dam, R. 2 1 1 1 David Hatcher, Llvcrmoro, It. C 1). Norrls, Whltesvlllo Jno King. LIviu. It. 2 G 1 Lon C. Staples, Reynolds 1 R. M. Howard, Hartford. R. 1 1 Raymond Rowo, McHenry 1 1 Rowan Tuckor, Hartford, It. 3....1 C. C. Price, Livermore, It. It. 1 J II. Hendrlx, Itoynolds 1 Clarence Howard, Hartford, R. 6..1 Julan Staples, Reynolds 1 G. W. Crunk, McHenry Johnson. Livermore, 1 1 C. W. WlRRliiRton. Livla. It. 2....1 Allon Cox, Livermore, It. 1 (' W Hallumy, Deanfiold 1 2 S. W. Foroman, Narrows, It. 2 Ruth M. Pryor, Whitesville, R. 2. . .1 E. E. Burton, Beaver Dam, R. 2. . .2 1 1 It. P. E. C. llalrd, ijartford, It. 7 Jess Sutton. Fordsvlllo, It. 1 2 1 Geo. Midklff. Whitesville, R. 1 1 Zaek Greer, Narrows, It. 1 Mishio Elder, McHenry 1 M. II. Itichurdson. Hurtford, It. 3 . . 1 Loe Wlinstend, Livermore, It. A (1 I'histor, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 2 D. Taylor, Whltosvllle 1 OlHe Taylor, Narrows, R. 2 1 It. May. Livermore, R. 1 SimmoiiN Precinct 1 W. L. Holies, Livla, It. 2 1 Olias Finley, Fordsvllle. It. 1 " No. Dogs Dowy Ashby. Narrows, 1 Hut Hines, Whitesville 1 Namo Pearl Thomasson, Hartford. It. 7 . . 1 Address 1 1 W. L Allen, Livla. It. 2 Itood Kvans, Whltesvlllo. It. 2 1 J. II. Hamilton, Hartrord, It. 6... 7 X 1 Floyd Stewart, Simmons Elllo Hines, Whltcsvllle 1 1 T. F. Tanner. Hartrord, It. Loss Wado, Whltesvlllo W. W. Uartlett. Hartford. It. ? 6 1 J. J. Keown, Hartford, It. 1 A. E. Chapman, Simmons. P. D. Twldell. Hartrord, It. 7 Joe Crow, Whitesvlle .1 1 1 .las. Uartlett. Hartford. It. 3 W O Clark. Deanf leld X Mrs. R. C. Greer, Hartford, It. 6. . . 1 Lige C. T. Norrls, Whitesville Southard, Simmons, 1 Wayno WlRRliiRton, Ccrnlvo Precinct. 1 LlvIa, It. 3 Karl Wado. Whltesvlllo 1 C. M. Mallam, Simmons 1 Albert Payno, Reynolds No. Dogs It. L. Hamilton, Hartford, It. G.. 1 1 Olllo Gray, Hartford. R. 3 Address Name Ezra Bowman, Doanfield 6 1 J. T. Southard, Simmons Jno. II. Huff, Reynolds 1 1 Harrison Goodman, Hartford, It. 1 W. S. Hill. Ceralvo Jesso I... llrown, Whltesvlllo It. 2. . . 1 Hnskol Hennett. Hartford. It. 7 X J. It. Hamilton, Hartrord, It. G... 1 Justice Miller, Simmons O. T. Burdetto. Iteynolds 1 J. H. Ward, Ceralvo J W, Fanner, Fordsvlllo, It. 1 ... 11 It. D. Uartlett. Hartford, It. 3 G S. J. Greer, Hartrord. R. X 1 L. C. Downey, Simmons W. G. Voyles, Reynolds 1 C. P. "Morris, CeralVo Archio Ilhoads. Itoynolds Lawrence Riley, Livia, It. 1 G Mack Greer, HarUdrd, R. 2 T. K. Fulkerson, Simmons .X Abo Howe, Reynolds, 1 Odro Allen, Ceralvo H L. Ulvuns, Reynolds, It. 2 Rex Hudson. Hartford, It. 7 Armstrong, Hartrord. R. G . . . Jas. 1 R. M. Hobdy, McHenry .X Ernest Uickett, Reynolds W A Stinnett. Iteynolds. .. . Eugene Hudson, Hartrord, It. 7. . .'.1 Alvls Fulkerson, Rockport, It. 1 . . . Chas. Martin, Harttord, It. G 1 L. F. Raley, Simmons Chas. Condor, Whitesville ,...X 1 Estill D. Fulkerson, Rockport, R. 1 . M. Kirk. Livla. It. 2 T S. Salamon, Itoynolds,... Wade, Hartrord, It. G AUred .X 2 AV. C. Douglass, Simmons. Sam Hawkins, Whitesville ?."!sp Wade, Whltosvllle Jno. R. Richardson, Hartford, It3. .1 S. C. Drown, Kronos X Ira Howard, Hartford, It. G 1 Jas. T. Davis, Simmons Jno. TIerney. Reynolds. R. 2 1 L. A. Kiinmcl, Rockport Louis Hopkins, Deanflold. . . . Clint Miller, LIviu G 1 E. L. Burden, Simmons '.X W. T. P. Barker, Iteynolds, 1 Waller Ward. Hartrord, R. 1 D. R. Helslcy.Rockport 7 G. B. Harr. Hnrtford, R. Iteat Farmer, Whltesvlllo C. M. Farmer. Whitesville. It. 2. X 1 H. It. Shaw, Simmons Otha Payne, Reynolds 1 Jeft Curtis, Rockport, It. 1 Kittle Crow. Whltesvlllo. . . , E. W. Moseley. Livla, It. 2 W. M. Coleman. Whltcsvllle, R. 2 . 1 Richard MoConnell, Simmons W. L. Tyler, Whitesville. It. 2 2 ...".....". 1 Wm. Chancellor, Rockport, It. 1. Whltosvllle: Douglass Patton. O. C. Dodson, Livia, If. T. H. WesterHeld, Hartford, R. G. X 1 Corlass Heflin, Simmons Gus Russelburg, Whltesvlllo 1 Jno. Chancellor, Rockport, R. 1. "ldra I'atton. Whltesvlllo... Albert Taylor, Hnrtford, It C X Jns. Farmer. Hartford, It. 6 1 Estis Ouls Westerfleld, Whitesville Southard, Simmons 1 R. A. Ilnrnard, Rockport, It. 1. 2 L. S. TrodRen. Livia. It. 2 Hertzlng. Deanfleld Peter X J. Lawrence Ralph, Hnrtford, It. G. 1 E. J. Carter, Simmons C. T. Westerfleld, Whitesville 1 W. II. King. Livla. It. 2 1 J. W. Chancellor, Rockport I'ayon, Itoynolds L.ifo D. D. Moseley, Hartrord, R. X 1 E. E. Sorrels, Simmons T. It. Howard, Philpot. R. 4 1 A. W. Leisure, Rockport I L. J. Dawson. Hartford, It. 3 l J. P. Fanner. Hartford. R. G G ltoby, Itoynolds Lewis 1 Thomas X 1 Joo Stowart, Simmons Howard, Philpot 1 M W Ithoads, Whltesvlllo, It. 2..1 Elijah Howard. Hartford, It. 3....1 P. C. Moss. Equality 1 Mat Saddler, Philpot, It. 4 X 1 Alvls1 Southard, 1 J. A. Greer, Hartford, It. G Simmons 2 Mary Dawson, Hartford, It. 3 I J L. Heflin, Rockport L White. Whltesvlllo 1 X ,1 Frank Payne, Reynolds. 1 R. P. Balls, Simmons 1 J. AV. McCarty. Fordsvillc, R. 1 1 B H Mlllor, Whltesvlllo, It. 2 Gcorelo L. Dawson. Hartford, It.4 3.-- 1 Robt. Matthews, Ceralvo, X ,1 W. C. Skinner. Whitesville It. 2 . 1 Jake Southard, 1 Henry Ralph, Whitesville, Simmons 1 It. L. Patton. Hartford, It. 3 1 Loo Hill, Rockport, It. 1 Ttotit. E. Farmer, Deanflcid ,1 "M. G. Huff, Whltcsvllle. It. 1 x 1 Otis McConnell, Simmons 1 Honda Miller. ForcLsville, It. 1 . . I Clnrenco Patton, Hartford, It. 3...1 J. M. Duncan, Rockport, R. 1 Itoynolds, Itoynolds. Wilbur R. 1... .1 W. It. Farmer. Whitesville. It. 2 . . . 1 Vaue Tinsloy, Simmons . . . .X 1 W.W. Tall, Fordsvllle, 1 Jim Paris. Hnrtford. It. 3 1 Chas. Curtis. Rockport. It. 1 J Mlllor. Whltosvllle J. ,1 M. C. Hawkins. Whitesville 1 Jr.o Hennett, Simmons 2 A. Wedding, Hartford, R. G i 1 G. W. Stewart. Hnrtford, 1 W. P. Drown, Ceralvo At lord llrown. Whltesvlllo It. 3 1 Chas Taylor, Reynolds E L Southard, .luunons . . . , . .,X 1 Prentiss Precinct. 1 Albert Stewart, Hartford. It. 3 1 Jno. E. Durani, Equality Jno. Green. Doanfield 1 Namo 1 No Dogs Address Attest t J. D. Uarnes, Coralvo Arnold Precinct. W II Phillips. Iteynolds Bartlett, Hartford, It. 3 ." . . 1 - Address W. C. Blankenship. 1 Homar .Martin. Hartford, It. C 2 Namo Win. Hamilton, Cromwell 1 Leo Tichenor, Coralvd No. Dogs Hayward Phillips, Iteynolds 1 Estill Taylor, Prentiss 1 C. W. Arnold. 1 A. K. Miller. Llvormore, It. 1 cierk Ohio County Court. 1 I it. E. Eudnloy, Cernlvo Ira Loyd, Reynolds Whlterun, mm 1 J. G. Roll, Mvia. It. 2 1 Wm. 1 2 Norman Smith, Raizetown I Moscow Tnylor, Prontiss Cundlff . Ceralvo Chas. Bowman, Itoynolds 1 1 A. C. Stevens, Prentiss, 1 Jno. Campbell, Ceralvo That Terrible Headache. S L. Phillips. Reynolds 1 t Stonewall Cook, Whlterun T. II. Hell, Livla, R. 2 1 1 Ennln Carden, Proutiss, 1 Monroe Cook, Whlterun 1 L. II. Overhults. Equality. v 1 Do you have periodic attacks of Omar Snydor, Itoynolds T. J. Grow. Hartford, It. 6 1 1 Owen Evans, Rcnfrow 1 Follx Rolton, South Carrolton,. . . .1 0. W. llrown. Prentiss 1 Dora McKlnloy, Itoynolds O. I.. Kirk. Hartrord, It. 3 headache accompanied by sickness of 1 Willlo Fergurson, Prentiss 1 I.. II. Uartlett, Hartrord. It. 1 Lawrenco Coy. Raizetown R II. Hbblngton. Reynolds 2 5....1 il. L. Harncs, Rockport, It. 1 sallow-ski1 1 J. A. Forgurson, Prentiss 1 H. L. Rolton, Equality ,1 Hershcl Duvall, Baizctown S A Hondrlx, Reynolds ,2 tho stomach or vomiting, a Rout. Anderson, Utica, It. 2 '. . . 1 0. W. Brown, Prentiss 1 and dull eyes? If so, you can 1 Steve Evans, Whlterun Hob Morris, Rockport 1 Ray Ithoads, Itoynolds.... Itartlett Precinct. 1 Otis Chlnn, Reaver Dam, R. 1 1 Oscar Embry, Balzetown 2 Namo 1 gut quick relief by taking Chambor-lain- 's No. Dogs Clarence Morris, Same Wm. A. Probus. Whltesvlllo Address 1 J. R. Hurgoss, Prentiss 1 R. h. Taylor, Hartrord, R. G 1 Lon Smith, Baizctown 1 Hurt Rarnard, Rockport, It. 1 1 Isaac Grimth, Whltesvlllo Tablets as directed for billlous-ncs- s, 1 1 Hon Patterson, Prontiss 1 L. U. Curtis, Rockport, .1 E. II. Evans, Balzetown Elmer Harrison, Whltesvlllo, Willie Smiley. Hartrord. It. 5 and you may bo able to avlod 1 1 Jno. Patterson, Prentiss. F N. Farmor, Whltesvlllo WRl'.er Cook, Banocksf, Gilbert Shurpo. Hartford, It. G....1 It, M. McDowell, Same 1 lion W. Taylor. Hurtford, It. G -- i Dud Plununbor, Prentiss. . , 1 1 F. B. Rohfrow, Nenf uh, Pt. Pleasant Precinct F M. Reynolds, Reynolds, 1 theses attacks if you observe the di1 1 Namo No. Dogs ".on' Gentry, Prentiss W L. Fulkerson, Reynolds, It. 2 . . Address m Leo Hawkins, Hartford, It. G l Joromo Allen, Renfrow ,,'., rections with each package I C. W. Hawkins, Hartford,, R. G....1 Honry MIntoil, Contertown, r. l. . .1 It. O. Uurcfisj. Prontiss 1 Essie Cayco, J ao Collier. Whltcsvllle, It. 2 -Whltdrun f 1 M. L. 1 J. W. Brown. Centcrfown .1 J. W. Martin. Reaver Dam. R. 1 1 It. A. Coy, Whitoriiu W K. White. Whltcsvllle, It. 2 , Uartlett. Hartford, R. 5 1 When tho boWels bocomo Irregular 1 1 II. O. Coffman, Contortown, It. 1 . 1 G. U. Shepherd, Prontiss 1 S. W It. Sluilts, Reynolds J. S. Ilnrtlott, Hartford, R. G ,.,,,1 II. Rcnfrow, Rcnfrow 1 you ere Uncomfortablo and tho long .1 Mrs. Geo. Leach. Prentiss 1 It. B. Evorly. Contortown. It. 1 1 E. T. Lllra, Joo Sharp, Whltesvlllo J. II. Daniel, Hartrord, R. G ,1 Itonfrow 1 Arthur Davis, Hartrord, It. ti 1 1 FrjnU Athorton, Contertown Ona Ward, Whltesvlllo 1 Homar Johnson, .Llovoland Sandofur, Prontiss exists the worso 1 er this condition Renfrow 1 J. 1. 1 T. K. Burgess, Prentiss 2 W. S. Brown, Sumo li. Cordon, Reynolds, t H. Josso Johnson. Rcnrrow, llartlott, Hartford, It. G 1 yoli feel. You can get rid of this 1 Finis Evans, Beaver Dam, R. 1 1 Willie, Morgan Ashley. Hartford, It. G . . . . 1 Jno Lindlcy, sanio Shrovo Precinct. 1 misery quickly by using Smith, Whlterun Horblno. 1 'J. W. Hockcr, Prontis.1 1 Nat Lindlcy, same 1 J. E. Keown. No. Dobs. M. F. Gossott, Hertford. It. G Address Nan" 1 Whlterun going to bed and sco 1 E. Q. Daughorty, Wliltorun .1 Jno. Whitnker. Pt. Pleasant Byron Armstrong, Fulls of Rough,. .1 Ollio Taylor. Hnrtford, It. G li Willlo Brown. Prontiss 1 Tako a doso on 1 11. C. Elliott, Prentiss 1, Erk Fulkerson, Contortown 1 e C. Craig, Whlterun Uartlett, Cu.. Davidson. Fordsvlllo, It. 2...1 D. II. Trogdon, Hartford, It. 5 G 3 how fino you foel nost day. Price . ij. kiiurz, Prentiss 1 j. w. uantiago, saiuo Hartford, R. 1 Herman Wilson, Rcnfrow l ihin Bratcher. Falls of Rough... 1 Chas ,1 GOc. Sold by the Ohio county Drug 1 N. L. Hockor, Prontiss 1 W. T. Rogers. I Bon Duvall, Centertown, It. 1 fl Corly Davidson. Falls of Rough. . .1 L. T. llartlott, Hartford. R.G 1 Company. Itonfrow m 1 W. H. Southard, Prontiss. . 1 C. W. Trudgen, Hartford, R. G . . . 1 R. G. Duvall, salne, 1 V W Koone; Fordsvllle, 11, 2 1 fNowt Allen, Rcnfrow 1 L. U Trodgon. Hnrtford. It. 6....1 L. H. Condltt, Contertown. .. , .. .1 II. L. Hoskins, Prentiss... v 1 Stanley Lllos, Renfrow Fordsvlllo .S 11 1 1 J. u. Southard, Prontiss. 1 RufiiH King, Hurtford, R. Rowo Condltt, same 1 Joromo Allon, Ronfrow hl'litlcy llrown, Fordsvlllo 1 Wg5Sr".:ii:ii;.i.,ti:;:fg5!"51 1 W. A. Stewart, samo. 1 Shelby Brown, Prontiss. . 1 Joo Chapman, Hnrtford, R. G 1 H. E. Crahl), S 4 u I'lit", Narrows, It. 1 . ..I Whitonm r. It. Southard. Prentiss 1 Mary Stinnett, Hartford, It. G....X W. A. Brown, Centortown, R .2 1, O WhittlUKliIlI. Fordsvlllo 1 Glonn Crahb, Itonfrow ... 1 1 Alnoy Jewell, 2 Iris Rondor, samo .1 Gentry, Prentiss Hartford, R. G P S. Roy, Falls of ltoiiRh 1 l Andy Kelpor, Whltornn 1 It. C. Bonnett, samo . 1 v. H. French, iv.i itM 1 Fonzy Embry, Neafus Honry Stum, Falls of Rough, It. 2 . . 1 Wilbur King. Hartford. R. 5 1 j'lbort Carden, Prontiss. .. 1 LIgo King. Hnrtford, It. G I Ray Fulkerson, Island, R. 1. .1 "-iR. (. , Curtoor. Falls ol Rough ,,1 Mrs. Ethll Geary. Naafus Here Is your opportunity to insure 1 Gllbort Myers, sauiq . S. Garden, pr.iiuIsH 1 Dick Ilray. Hartford. It. C .1 . . l P. M. Vanorvor, Whlterun 1 J L. Milam, Falls of Rough cgajnil embarrassing errors In spelling, 1 Ira 'Moscloy, U. Taylor, Prentlis pruuunci-itio1 Julia E. Goff, Neafus Hartford, R. G......1 Joo Curry, Llvormoro, R. 1 . . . end poor choice of X J A Liilco, Fordsvlllo, It. 3 Morgan Pondlcy, Pronti-'. . .l 1 JjK. Moore, Hurtford, It. G......1 V. B. Curry, Bamo uordJ. Know Ui! meaning cf punlinrj Petty, Narrows, R. 1 X l Robt. Embry, Noafus war terms. Increase your efficiency, 1 Wm. Klrtloy, Island 1 0. II. Uartlett. Hnrtford. R. G . 1 Groyor Burgess, Prentiss X X Ja . Free, Narrows, It. 1 Labo Frizzcll, Renfrow which results in power end success. 1 M. P. Render, 1 1 W. W. Uartlett, Hartford, It. 6 .1,, II. J. Stowart, Contertown, R, Oodsey, NarrowB, 11. 1 X Prontiss .1 Robt, Hratcher, Whlterun G 1 J. W. Gray. Hartford, H. 1 S. W. Tlchcuor, Centortown. . I Albert Puttorson, Prontiss I V. Arnold, Whlterun J T Riadon, Narrows 1 I..1 WEBSTER'S 1 1 V. F, Coffmnn, Centortova . . . 1 Cicero Wado. Hartford, R. 3 1 . Owen Artiiur Harder, Narrows Daughorty, Whlterun V .? ?cott- - "caver Dam, R. 1 G 1 J. K." Funk, Hartford, R. 1 j. w. jonos, Heaver Dam, R. X....X1W. E. Daughertv. Whlterun, Nnmms Precinct G. W. I'ollard, Narrows, i INTERKATIONAb 1 Namo 1 Ernest Royal, Hnrtford, R. G 1 No. Dog3 J. L. Chlnn, Prentiss Address Frank Fralzo, Fordsvlllo. !W. S. Crowdor, Noafus 1 M. 1 Jns. Foreman, I ' "I auullZ. rrOIlllSS Narrows... Sarah Orant, Narrows, R. 1'. 0. Funk, Hartford. It. 5 G lif'lvilln Vnrrs Innfriw ....-...- . DICTIONARY is au 'i 1 Ennln Cambron, Hartford, R. 1 Romnoy Graham, Narrows. . . . . . . 1 (laroiico Pirtlo, X '.I. Prontiss, Willlo Grant, Narrows, It. 1 T. Simpson. Renfrow. .1 Irut teacher, n universal oucsiibal 1 Jas llartlott. Philnot. It. 4 1 ltoscoo Grant, Narrows, It. 1 It II. L. Cartor, Narrows, It. 2 . . . . . . . 1 CoclIShultz. Prontiss o. B. Howell. Itonfrow. . . answerer, mado to meet you, 1 C. D. Westorfiold. Hartford, It. G..1 J.N. Whjt. Narrovn l t rank ShuRz, Prontiss Johnlo Milam, Narrows I;uruUy Dockory, Noafus. l needs. It is in daily uso by .1 i rtuuisa 1 Arvls Wedding, Nnrrows 1 Henry Northorn, Hnrtford X ,..X 3. H . I M Joo Robinson, Narrows, It. 1 G. J. Thomas,-Whltoruni ...1 hundreds of thousands of 1 J. F. Sparks, 1 J. E. Galloway, Nairows. . , . , . . . I J. P. Foslo. Prontiss. . . X Hartford C E. Pollard, Narrows, It. 1 Ethol Madon. Whltorun. men tnd wemeu tho world ever. ...1 1 Alonzo Hoover, Hartrord, It. 2....1 Crow Thomas, Narrows, U. 2 . . . ,X OlaronCO Road. Prontiss. .1 Ilnnknor Minimi. Whltnnm O. D. Potty, Fordsvlllo, R. 2 400,000 Words. 2701 Pages'. ...X X 1 Ueckham Tnylor. Hartford, It. 7 . . . 1 Foster Thomas, same ,.,. 1 W. L. Dratchor. li. J. Moorman, Prontiss 12.000 Ulceraphlcul EnJosso Potty, Fordsvlllo, It. 2 Whltorun ...1 1 J. L. Rood, Prontiss tries. 30,000 Geograpliicutbubjccts. 1 W. II. Jnckson, Hartford, R. G....1 A. C. Lain, Narrows 1 ' Bljah Arnold, Whltorun. . . . J. L. Humhlo, Narrows, It. 1 ...X GilVND PRIZE. (Rlghcit Awsrd) 1 Chas McKlnloy, Hartford, It. G....1 Tom Hardlster. Narrows X !.T. . .1 J. H. Stovons. Prentiss Amos, Slack, Narrows, It. 1 linnfrnw. Unnfrnw' " i'auana-l'uciii...11 . 11 . . IZ' nr V. I'ljHMitiou. r. - i' l.t 1 Allon King, Hartford, It. G 1 anus n uruniun, Honry Shrovo, Narrowa .1 viuiu nines, jioaver uam, u. II Lyons. Itoynolds SEGIIAK aad LMJLVrArtR Editions. x w. w. tiinos, Heaver Dam. It. 1 Davo Smith, Hartford, R. 6 1 II. A. liumoio, Narrows, 1 Chas Lewis Lyons. Reynolds. . . . . .X I..cu II. Shrovo, Narrowa (or Specimen Toge WHITE I'KCB 1 Vinson Crowo, Hartford, It. 6....1 E. M. Stldman, Narrowa, I N. Y. Jones, Iloavor Dam, It. X . . X . 1 'Jcsso Lyons, Reynolds I'ockct Map U you namo Uiii paper. It. F. Hough, NarrowB, It. 1 1 S. W. Hines, Beaver Dam, It. X. 1 Arthur Stone, Narrows , . 1 ! J. L. Mussoy, Hartford, It. 6 X G. & C. MERHIAM CO., llufus Dowoll, Fordsvllle .l.P. I). Baize, Ronfrow X X 1 L. W, Loyd, Narrows, 1 F. Taylor, Hartford, R. 5 bprliiiSeld, Muja., U. S. A. Minnlo Reed, Prontiss V. L. Swife, Whltorun Joo Doolln, Narrows, it. 1 t 1 B. W. Shultz, Prontiss 2 II. C. Ithoads, Hnrtford, R. G 1 A. Phillips, Narrows 1 R. It, Davison, Falls of Rough Ed Llndsoy, Whlterun 1 W. II. Barnes, Prontiss 1 H. P. Ford. Hartford, R. 6 1 X I G. n. Foreman, Narrows, R. I Jlmmio Ronfrow, Ronfrow Pum Shrovo, Hartford, X 1 II. W. Uoswoll, Narrows,, . , 1 Emmu Ford, Hartford, R. G X C. D. Barnes, Prontiss 1 Willie Harl. Narrows Evorett Evans, Renfrow X 1 Vara Ford, Hartford, It. Thos Tato, Bcavor Dam, R. 1 X 1 W. M. Marshall, Whltorun T. A. Woosloy, Narrows, It. 2 : "W. R. CurumiiiEs. Ycaman, m ci 1 Torry Tichenor, Beaver Dam, It. X . . X 1 C. F. Lake, Harttord, R. 5 . . . 1 .1 Ansol Gentry, Narrows, It. 1 Mrs. T, E. Butler, Fordsvlllo J. A. Byore, Whltorun 1 Greon 1 S. M. Groan Hartford, R. 6 1 Jno. P. Lloyd, Narrows X Gentry, Prentiss 1 alter Free. Narrowa Hubort Geary, Whltorun X 1 T. H. McQuerry, Hartford, It. G...1 F. M. Bailey, Narrows, R. X oo. Warden, Prontiss X 1 1 wvor Freo, Narrows, It. F. P. Alford, Whlterun X M. II. Beeslov. Beaver Dam. R. 1 1 C. F. Pulllam. Narrows'. 1 Ira G. Arnold, Taylor, Harttord, R. 6 H. Muflltt, Narrows l llnzil Whltorun.........! 1 X 1 Hobo Wolls, Hartford, R. 6 1 Josse Uurcoss. I Jos. Smith. Narrows Prentiss P, Grant, Narrows , wililn nanchnrtv. nnnfrow X 1 Itobt. HIckoy, Hartford, It. 6 X 1 I. L. ABklns, Narrows I'. M. Roach, Prentiss X Curtis Embry, Balzetown (flHHti e. Harris. Narrows 1 It. D. IMckett. Hartford, It. G 1 Chas. Petty, Narrows ,1 Doll Arbucklo, Beaver Dam, R. 1. ,X ,W. L. Ronfrow, Renfrow.. , 1 nan Douglass, Barretts Forry.. X ' rvey Mastlson, Foriuvmo, it. z. . l J. E. Wostorfield, Hartford, It. 6..1 J. C. Potty, Narrows Herbert Precinct Render Product X 1 Alvy Duncan, Barrets Kerry Name No. Dogs 'Namo Address No. Doga Addrcss i Abo White, Hartford, R. 6 BL 'ML ' IP"'11 Ml Harrell. Narrows 1 Lonnio Taylor, Whltesvlllo X 1 II. F. Foroman, Narrows, It. 1 X y Leo Harrul, Nurrows, Rt 1. .1 Ed Daniel, Hartford, It. G C. W. Baker, Ileaver Dam 1 Humor ilowllug, Narrows, 1 , 1 I J. Taylor, Whltesvlllo, R. 3. . . .1 ClaudJo Baker, Boavor Dam 2 Eli Taylor, Hartford, It. 6 , , Reardon, Narrows, It. 1 DOGS LICENSED FOR YEAR 1919 f J- - .... 1 II. Combs, Narrows, It. 1 1 Julia Combs, Narrows, It. 1 Alton Gillespie, Fordsvlllo, It. 2...1 1 Mcrh Illnln, Fulls of Rough 1 C. II. Walkor, Fordsvlllo, It. 2 Olntnn Precinct. 1 Alex Ollmore, Olaton, It. 1 1 A. P. Neighbors, Olaton, 11. 1 1 Ilolit. Duko, Olaton, It. 1 1 N. II. White, Olaton, It. 1 1 N. J. Fnught, Olaton, It. 1 1 Chilli FntiRbt, Olaton 1 O. C. Dnnlol, Olaton, It. 1 t W. S. Grant, Olaton 1 Forest Day, Olaton, II. 1 1 K. II. Naliors, Olaton 1 Tom Daniel, Olaton, It. 1 It. W. Qulssonborry, Olaton, It. 1..1 Sam II. I'ayton, Horse IJrauch. . . .1 1 Henry Stevens, Olaton 1 Roy Keith, Olaton 1 J. L. Smith. Olaton 1 Orvlllo Keith, Olaton 1 Wnviu Keith, Olaton 1 W. H. Keith, Olaton 1 Ktbol Daniel, Olaton 1 Jim Hall, Olaton 1 J. P. Potty, Horse Hranch 1 J. It. Hurt, Olaton 1 (1. C. Morgan, Olaton, It. 1 1 W. W, Loyd, Narrows 1 Alvn FniiRbt, Hurton 1 Clauda Hurt, Olaton, 1 Klbort Ilazlewood, Olaton 1 Jno. M. Stone, Olaton 1 Sam Jnnilinn, Olaton, It. 1 1 Harney Wilson, Olaton, It 1 1 Kmest Triinion. Olaton 1 Jno. l'ryor. Olaton 1 Fred FaiiRht, Olaton 2 Alney Cotton, Narrows, It. 1 Archie D. Htirch, Horso Hranch. . . .1 1 Mrs. It. L. Arms, Olaton 1 W. C. Sorrels, Olaton 1 W. II, Plorcc, Olnton 1 P. F. Aittry, Olaton 1 II. K. Pnttcrson, Olaton 1 II. T. Follx, Olaton W. II, Johnston, Harrots Ferry.... 1 1 Park Allen. Olaton I II. C. Dnnlcl, Olaton Claronce Grant. Olaton 1 C. II. Qulsenberry, Olaton, It. 1 1 Geo. Altry, Olaton, It. 1 1 Tom Weldman, Olaton,. Ruforil Precinct No. Dors N'nmo Address 1 O. C. Mngan, Livia. It. 2 C. I .... Claudo Jnckson, Hartford, It. 6. . . ,1 1 Ivan Cambron, Hnrtford, It. 6 1 E. 0. Dodson, Hartford, R. 3 IlufuH Chapman, Hartrord, It. 6. . . .1 Ernest Patton, Hnrtford, It. 3....1 1 S. W. Gray, Hartford, It. 5 1 Ilomln Taylor, Hnrtford, It. G 1 Ollio Ezell, Hartford, It. G Ernest Pulllam, Nnrrows Fred Boiling, Harrots Ferry 1 1 1 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's .. srf tJltfflJtirfaj- d" ' What is CASTOR! A .... 7....,.1 genuine CASTOR A always .... .... .... 1 ... .... In Use For Over 3ft Years Always Bought The .... .... .... ..... .... ....... A -- ...... i ...... ....... ..... J,r, , ,.,,.,. ,. t .... zs- .... .... .... . G..,.,.l : O-c- ar .lli .'....1 -. ........ .... .... '....,! ....... m all-k- ...... . suo-rere-iul .- t. i..,i,v. " " X o ' ...... ...... G...,,..l , rxma ! m ' ....... ....,,. ... ' W Si A .. 1 pHIJHiPi " 1' J'l1 M'Twu'11 11ilii)iiliWipiP ij '7'ri1il!niirjitTfrlTWndli1WBWlWli.ii LVMA.V HAItltKTT WUITHS TO I'.III.ATIVKS HKItK Chnuinont, Trance, Jan. 26, 1919. ttcv. and Mrs. W. If. Foreman, Hnrtford, ICy. I have Dear Uncle and Aunt: boon intending to write to yon for a !.. tlmn lit n filtnuf ilnno nrtf linvn all the conveniences here that you have In Kentucky. After reaching this country, I spent threo months In central Franco, nnd then our division moved up to the Iij, Tim I sector, reaching there Just n Today is Sunday, and I am thinkfow days beforo tho armistice was ulirllntl" Tfn.1 flln tfl t Inotfllt 1 Wnnlf ing of taking a walk out Into the ... .I.lj ?,....,.... I)..!... tUn '''"" longer, we would have been In the iWUH ." "I,a ; past hvo moiun.s mere nae een very trenches. !. . .. .!.. LiiitL .., i: .11.1 .. I...... ...... ii; it mil iiiil ii.i t? Just before my division lert lor i.o "1.1. iniia tile past f0W daySh.lVC niiiiiu beCIl but trnnnnrf...lnn In , Mou . wll dry and the mud has disappeared "United States, I was transferred to again. General Headquarters to do clearlcal Are the boys at Camp Taylor disAsork, and may be In France several charged yet? more months. Although I was never (ile my best regards to ctery one. under fire, I was near enough to see Sincerely your.-t- , the flashes of the bursting shells nnd PVT. L. G. IJARUBTT, guns. hear the constant rumble of the State I)lv 0. H. Q., Uncle Will, I know you can realize A. E. P., Prance. army better than other people that life In a foreign land Is nut the most 11. U. Clark was arrested at Hor- pleasant thing In tho world even ton, Saturday on a warrant for failing though you arc miles behind the to work the road, and brought here lines. I would not tako any thing and lodged In Jail. Clark piiil his for the experience, and am very glad fine Tuesday and was released. Tho to have done my part, but since the occasion of his arrest was duo to the war Is over I can hardly wait for the fact of being drunk anil disorderly, time when I am onto again a civilian and disturbing tho tranquility of the I have visited In "Old Kentucky." Hortoa community, Saturday tho battle ground of the St. Mihlel front and have seen many other places of special interest from a hisRev. J. S. Chandler died at his torical standpoint, but have not yet home at Howling Greon Wednesday had tho opportunity of visiting Paris. of last ucclc. His deat.li was duo to passes Under the recent order making advanced age He was SS years old. more easy to secure, I am hoping tJov. Chandler was at one time pastor to spend a fow days there. of the Hartford circuit of tho M. K. Chaumont. tho city in which Per- Tliuirh, nnd' was well known and located, has shing's headquarters are much loved In Ohio county. He a population of about 15,000 and like was the father of Mrs. Charlie Crowe, most other French cities, has narrow, of Hartford. crooked streets, stone buildings, dirty stores, many alleys, a few Justice Miller, was brought to little shops that sell souvenirs, cafes wine shops on every corner. It Hartford Wednesday and lodged in and Mr. also has a Hotel de Viile (city hall), jail, pending a lunacy inquiiy. but a largo cathedral, two or three large Miller is an excellent citizen, schools and a glove factory. known soems to havo brooded oer religious matters until his mind is unbalanced. all over the world. Tho river Marne passes near this The family became afraid he would city, and very often I take a morn- do himself or somebody else bodily ing walk out there before going to tho harm, and had him locked up until a office. Franco has an elaborate canal formal inquest can be held. .system and one of these canals runs There was a vory sad death in Mr. almost parallel to the Marne here. Lou Hewlett's family hero Saturday. Just below tho city the canal crosses tho river and goes through a long It was of an old and faithful servant, tunnel under a hill You would be who for thirty seven ears had nevor interested to soe tho ragged little fulled in faithfulness when called upburros pulling such heavily laden on for service and had nevor utter-o- d a word of protest under tho mo.st boats. exacting task. It was only the old I saw Marshall Petaia, la the name family mtilu, but Mr Heunett reof France, pin the medal of tiie gretted iU going and give It a decent Legion of Honor on 2:! American burial. recently. Gonoral Porshiug and the leading officers of the AmeriMr. Olevia Mudd. a Graduate can and French armies were present. Nurse, of Louisville, who came here This was my first slew of our fo attend Mrs. C. B. Smith, wlm had pneumonia, and lator attended John I hops you escaped the "flu." Although there were a great many cases, Ross Tnylor, following an operation hero, it is not so prevalent as In tho on tho young man. for appendicitis, yesterday. Mrri. bt.ttes. I have just received a letter returned lioaii Mudd possesses tho happy combina from Ruth dated December 20, &aid tion or professional efficiency and personal Iovableiuus, and made many triends while hero. Mrs. .Mudd I) a daughter of Mr. Ohm Ho Wimsatt. oi Sunnydale, aad was reared in Ohio county. '. 'she was Just recovering from an at- tnck of thli malady. Sho writes almost every day, but I very often do not rccoivo mall for weeks. Of cotirso then I sot several letters at once. Am tery glad she recovered r quickly. I am certainly glad mother and sisters escaped without taking it. Six months ago I was Just nhout jthu middle of tho Atlantic ocean I I suppose in the nine months since I .entered the arm)', there have been a great many changes In old Ohio cotm- ., , , , ., mil mull ui.iiiu 1 l.iii niMiu laiuu t i : iJ s 1 ... , .... )... i r- - The Best Passenger Car Vaks e That Has Ever Come to Ohio County. we believe you will agree with us when you, too, have thoroughly investigated the car. ellseve, That's a strong statement, perhaps. But it's one that wc make with full confidence; and This means not only prompt service, but lower costs. The Cav Itself The Briscoe Twenty-fou- r has made a reputation in the two vital factors of economy and performance. The gasoline mileage is astonishing for a i car of its power. Twenty-fiv- e to thirty miles to the gallon is not unusual. And with the present high cost 6f gasoline, mileage will be a ; vital factor in influencing buyers. world-wid- e Why Ve Chose the Briocce We wanted a car on which we could stake back of which we could confidently put every effort of our sales organization. Many cars were offered to us, and ve the merits of each. all our reputation The Standing of the Company Some pasrenger-ca- r rs thoroughly established, were so weakened by war conditions that their survival r.owis doubtful. Seme, on the other hand, were strengthened, and the Briscoe Motor Corporation wus a leader ameng these. Possessed of millions of dollars cf resources, it devoted the war period to making its great plants more efficient than ever before. So when these plants were released by the Government they were, we believe, more efficient than any in the world building high-grad- e cars. concerns considered Power, Too We tried out tiie Briscoe on hills, in aand, :n mud under every conceivable condition of use. We put it through hp.rcicr tests thnn you will ever give it. And wc found always a , reserve of povver ready to carry the car triumphantly 'through every teat. Every Desirable Feature In beauty line, in comfort, in roominess, in all the little refinements that make motoring satisfaction, we found the Briscoe dominant. And so we offer the car to you, confident that if you will subject it to the same thorough!' and severe tests you will endorse it as thoroughly as we do. AH Week Come in and get acquainted with the Briscoe. Compare it with your ideal car, and with any others you have seen. We're content to let it sell itself on your own judgment. If You Will Check Any of lie Service to Briscoe Owners We have had our troubles, in the past, in getting spare or replacement parts promptly on cars which were merely assembled. Weeks might elapse before the factory could get action from the parts maker. So it was a great pleasure to find that in the Briscoe plants, 99 of the car was produced from the raw materials. 43-acre , Articles Enumerated below, 'which you will buy this year, and mail in to us we will send you a farm paper 12 months without charge : Silcs Cream Separators.. Wf ons Buggies All teacheij except thoio in cities of the first, becond, third and fourth classes will be required to tako an examination in agriculture beforo qualifying to teach this fall. Superintendent Howard has received from the State Agricultural College a small test book, a careful btudy of which will fit the applicant for examination. These books will he fumlshod the' teachers, without cost, when called for. A Hat of questions Li also fur nished that gives the applicant a clear Idea of what to expect on Open House HARTFORD MOTOR CO, Hartford, Kentucky. n Cultivators Disc Harrow "A" Harrows Riding Plows Tractor Plows .... Walking Plows . . . Shovel Plows Com Planters Binders . . . : Mowing Machines Hay Rakes h . . Kay Bailers Grain Drills Lime Sowers 3v Manure Spreaders Com Shelters Corn Crushers Gasoline Engines Stoves . . .. 3 ers' supplies and we urgently request that you visit our store before buying. " we handle a full line of farm In addition to the above P . J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. Cuiubcrl.md l'uoiie. Messrs Bck Pulkeraoa. Jim Caldwell. Nat LIndley, Will Rhoiuh, Henry Pli tie and Marvin Render havo reLvrjMYTT'varw.Hii,i!'jjrt i vsuuxsuixsjmisms. &toad&SiZito'Xi ceived a shipment of ten heaJ of registered 1'olled Durham breeding catCKIIALVO. stationed at Camp McClellan, Ala., 1IAL1) KNOW. tle, from Uopkinsville. In the lot has been discharged and Is at homo. re two bulla, una of which weighs Mrs. Kmma n. Tulkox-sonnd Mlaa Mr. I.on Barnard, of near Rock-Sort- ,. Farmors are vory busy stripping 2.200 pound, atid the remainder are bought and moved to tho Mary Ethel Kverly wero in Itockport und hauling tobacco. lias con's and calva. These enterprising last weok huving dontal work done Mrs. Myrtle Doekery lind children, farmers deserve much credit for Ed CurtlB farm. Missus Gracio Urown and Ora Hvur- - Arthur, Claronce Rverott and pen,rl, Mr. Leonard Kliuinol visited his bringing this high alas breeding ly nro visiting relativos nt McHonry. havo boon vlBitlng Mr. It. W. Davis atock into the county, and County uncle, Mr. Ilada Kitmusl, of near Hlizabeth Wilson, tho littlo daughMr. Charllo Fulton, of Camp Tay aoohwter, from Saturday until Mou-dnFarm Agent Iirowder ia entitled to ter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Evorly, of lor, cunie homo Monday. His broth much credit for Intereetiuc tho tannftfrs. Mattyo Wood was tho guost Rookport, died Fobruary 17, and was er, Hooky, ia horlously ill of er in the purchase of this stock. f her father, Mr. n. a'. Itobortson, ofl burled hero tho following day. Mrs. Carrie Heflin and dauglitor, Mr. Jnko Loach has bouglU tho JSchoIs, from Saturday until Monday. KOll KALK. Mrs. Sudo Sam Loach property. Mra. Illanch Jones visited lior fath- Myrtle, visited 7 or S Thousand hard brick, 1500 ' . soft brick und a lot of good hard batu. er, Mr. It. T. Her, of Hartford, a fow Danks, of Nolson, a fow days last LKTTKU OF CONDOLHNCK weok. days last week. ELLIS ICE CO. t Mr. Hosa House, who has been livMr. John Ciindiff, of 33t2. Is visiting Hartford, Ky. ing on Mr. D. A. Hill's farm, has mov- hla brother, Mr. Will Cundlff, of nonr Hartford, Ky. NOTIOK OK DISSOLUTION. ed to tho Iter farm. here. Jan. 25th, 1919. At a mooting of tho stockholders Mr. Kd Curtis has bought and movMiss Honry Combs, of near hero, Deacon It. II. Martin nnd Family: of the Rough Itivor Land & Improve- ed to a farm, nonr Ilocknort. Is qulto ill, of typhoid fever. Wo tho undersigned Deacons and ment Co., Ky , hold JanuMr. Hornby Wado Robertson, T)t of tho Hartford Uaptlst members a ary 30th IP19, all of tho stock being Itockport, spent a few days last week Church tako this method of expressFOH SALK. represented, it wus unanimously vot- with his aunt, Mrs. Mattyo Wood. ing their sorrow nt your loss in the ed that the bald corporation should bo Miss Myrl Urown has returned death of your son, Wade, and assure terminated according to law and no- homo after spending aoveral days One old registered poland-chln- a you of our sympathy and affection. tice of such is heroby given. with nor uucle Mr. Louis Urown, of boar, bought from Win. Collins, To' console your minds and hearts, O. A. ItALI'H, Central Orovo. of Carlisle, Ky., Feb. 12, 1917. Good wo do uot griovo as thoso without Mr. Leonard Klmmel left Tuesday condition and good breedor. 1'rosldotit. hopo, for wo havo the brightest as. J. D. COOPER, for Akron, Ohio. W. K. SMITH, surance that he has filled his mission Mr, Leonard Curtis, who has bqou Secretary. 34t2 KBPTON, Ky. horc and has gouo ahead to possess y. pnou-monla. hor-Blsto35-M- have been twice bprn. We commend you In this time ot soro boroavomont'to Spiritual Sourco3 for power nnd guidanco. Your Hrothoron, ItUSSELL WALKKIt, the Inheritance prepared for such a3 Pastor K. W. FORD. S. L. KINO, S. A. 11KATCHHR, S. O. KI30WN, FRANK imUNKH, - W. M. FAIRL JAMES BENNETT, 11. S. ELLIS, CAULISE RENDER, Deacons, . NOTICE. Notlco Is lioreby given to all concerned, that I will, on the first Tues- lay In May, 1919, file application, with tho Hoard of Coutrol for a le from tho Stato Penitentiary j Tlilo Feb., 21, 1919. MITCHELL TAYLOR. h ,y Jj j jt.w1' ' ' tlMt't jn irya nX. 41 ik'e4 W '1,1 lhgtMflfctt. J