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AMERICAN SLAIN No. 21 have nppcalcd to the Department of skirmish, that followed wns tho Vlco BEADS ODDLY STRUNG STATE OPERATION Justlco nnd our ngents havo prePresident overruled by vote of tho SENATE sented evidence yet no action has Sonato for decisions ho made with There la Just n littlo weakness ALARMS GOAL MEN been .taken." regard to the procedure. In of meeting At the Department of Justlco tho PEACE TREATY Tho crucial lest canio when Vlco nbbut us alland tho matter littlo weakI had this celebrities, statement was made thnt no specific President Marshall ruled that the ness gratified one night last week chnrges had been filed but that tele. treaty was still heforo tho Sfenato and when the celebrated Daniel O'Leary, To Mines Order" Ex- graphed complaint from various that tho Lodgo resolution having been famed on two continents as the "Back points had been referred to governpected Government Democrats Vote To Kill Pact j rejected It was In order for Senator wdrld's greatest pedestrian, walked ment officers In charge. Hitchcock to present nu nltcmntlvo May Act up to my desk and bruskly remarked, After Reservations In a speech in the Senato today resolution. r"l am Dan O'Leary, fairly well known Sonator La Kollctto indirectly implied Won. Upon this ruling the Vlco Presi- Assuming some one thnt there had been collusion between ' dent was overruled by tho voto of !"0 as a wnlker." who knew mo was attempting to put Salt Lake City, Nov. 18. Coal Attorney General Palmer and Judge to HI. This closed the door to any placed over n littlo Joke, I romarked "I am the Wyoming district nftcr Anderson, of Indianapolis In securing SENATE IS ADJOURNED attempts to compromise and In the from Missouri." Quick as a flash, minors in to work, were persuaded by tho injunction ngninst tho miners. returning tho administration senators I Irish wit, ho came a. group of alleged radicals to walk "One day, when there Is time, I position where they were compelled to with characteristic back, ""I will show you," and drew out ngaln, according to a report re- hall present from this floor an analyvoto again on the Lodge resolution. from Resolution Declaring War and vote to accent the treaty with !ty. his pocket evidence of his ideni- - ceived hero late today from Rock sis of tho record of that man at InSprings, Wyo. Tho effect and scopo dianapolis, who issued the injunction those reservations or get no treaty at Af Pnrl of this action is uncertain, nccordlng in the coal striko, said Senator La nil. , Hefore'I was born, and I nm no to railroad officials who havo started Folletto By Lodge Kail at Omiprouilsc. mm longer a young man, Dan O'Leary an investigation. folDuring tho long debate that was famous as 11 walker, and at 79 he VISlTOIt FKOM KKXTUCKV. Washington, Nov. 18. Tho gov lowed, Senators Hltahcock, Swnns- Washington, Nov. 19. Tho treaty jum and others, In the administration Is still able to walk 100 miles a day. ernment will take a hand In the ne of peace with Germany was rejected following mndc frantic but fruitless I had him for half an hour, and ho gotiations between tho wago scale Uoma Baize, of Hartford, Kenmo ninny Interesting experiences tonight by tho Senate. efforts to effect a compromlso on told wnlklng career. Ho said walk- committees of the mine operators and tucky, arrived in tho city Friday on On tho final vote, taken at 9:30 p. 'ti,0 Lodgo reservations. a several days visit with his friend. Thoy con-i- n of his tho miucrs tomorrow. . on the Lodge resolution, ratlfl- - f,.rrp,i with Senntors Lodge, Watson, ing contests were favorite sport In The operators have not jnet the J. Walter Creep. Mr. Baize isa real ration was refused by the voto of 13 ' i.enront and others, but nuulu no Ireland when he was n boy at miners in conference since Saturday, estate man of considerable experience and that after attracting local and ns tho national coal situation nnd has been in Mississippi for the to r'1' (progress, the Lodge forces standing The Senato then adjourned sine nrmly against any attempt to swerve attention he was challenged by the Is suffering from the delay, action last few weeks looking after busidie, and the House having taken tilu, from iw program to which they then world's champion, Weston, of Is deemed Imperative. The coal sit ness. Ho is a member of the firm England. In this contest he made uation was discussed along with other of Baizo and Creep, of Hartford, Ky. similar action earlier In the day, tho were committed. the 500 miles In 144 hours, while labor matters by the cabinet today. He seems to be delighted with South extra session called by President WilWeston mnde only 451. After this son to consider the treaty came to an Instead of Seciotary of Labor Wil- Florida and says he thinks ho has .m.i:ki:ts. i.ousville match he came to this country and son, who, as mediator, brought tho "sand enough in his shoes" to cause end engaged for two years as a cot- warring clement.! together on tho re- him to return and remain permanentlUnder the parliamentary ninnou-- j LRtlo activity shown In any depart-verin- g was of the Republican majority the', 11Pnl ant repoits from other centers ton planter In Mississippi, during scinding of the striko order, Dr. Har- y" as soon as his business can bo arho made real, ry A. Garfield, United States fuel ranged. Ho pronounced Polk countreaty was forced Into such a nltua-Uvcr- o unfavorable to the selling side. which time he said steers, honest money. He then went to administrator, will step in in behalf ty the best of Florida nnd Bartow the Hon thnt It can not bo again consid- Prime heavy Quotations: his walking of the government. best of Polk county. Polk County ered unless the President should 5 1 2.50 T 13. 50; heavy shipping steers Chicago and renewed choose to resubmit It to tho Senato nt $n.50(T 12.50; incdlinu steers, $10.-th- e contests, which he has since continuTx. Garflel 1 has summoned the (Fla.) Record. session which opens December 1. r0 11.50; light steers, $9.5O01O.- - ed. representative of both the miners CilOWlfcll I.IKES IT. If resubmitted It will again go to and tlio mine operators to meet him fnl heifors, $8.50 012; fat cows O'Leary has walked over 200,000 tomorrow morntng. Dr. Garflqld Is the Foreign Relations Committee, $7,75 11. 00; medium cows, SGGT1".-whrmiles, and has won every contest In expected to express the attltudo of In all probability, It will be 75. cutters, $5.256; canners, $5 To my friends, politically and sowhich he ever engaged. Most of his tho government regarding tho ne- cially, In Ohio County, I am now rea"held for a long time whllo railroad bulls, $GS. 25; feeders $9 legislation and other matters are be-- , 11.50; stockcrs. Jiff lO.tfO; choice walking has been against time on gotiations and to urge the conferees dy to take my hat off to you for the engag Ing considered. to arrive at n soeuly settlement of the battle fought and won, Nov. 4th, hy 'milch cows $1000125; medium $70 wagers, but recently ho had to visit ed with a rubber company meantime, to meet the stt1 (ffi 100 ; common $55070. such a handsome majority. Just to In the Usputes. state capitals Waives: tatlon brought about by rejection of think of Ohio county giving more Market Btoady. Best veals each of tho forty;clght Danger. Operators See cl- the treaty, Senator Lodge introduc- $14.50015; medium $7.G0 10.50; and flvo hundred of the principal The decision of Governor Allen, of than 1000. It certainly looks good I country nthln a period of ties of the to mo. When I past my first vote, ed Just heforo ndjnurnmetit n concur- common $5fl7. jthreo years, beginning October, 15, KansnB, for state operation of mines the Democrats rolled up 900 majority rent resolution declaring tho war with Hogs: Prices steady on the top has injected a rtew clement into the Ho Germany at an end. hogs sold 25c 1919, on an advertising tour. in tho county (looks like a "nigger" end, but lighter-weigsituation. Hy tho .operators It is TIi'j losolutlen will bo tnkenMip at lower. Host hogs, all weights, ?14.- - 'carries no litoraturo other than a as n precedent which is in j In tho woodpile) I know tho true and littlo book, n history of himself, and Idangcr of being followed by other never tiring spirit of those old times jtiio b ginning of the new session and 05. throwouls, $12.75 down heels, a pair of which he passed. probal Well, wo will bid tho last farewell sheep and Lambs: Demand for somo rubber states, If not by tho national govorn-- 1 gave me, tho company Is putting out Administration, Deiiiocnits Aid Defent. gov- to tho Stanley-Blac- k kinds good, with prices tlio best ment. Neither stato nor federal defeat of the treaty was c,nnged. Rest sheep $G; bucks $4 Tho scheme Is to visit the newspaper ernment operation of tho mines is and advise thorn as a friend, to hold brought about by tho votes of 3S ,iwn; choice lambs $12; seconds $7 offices, which of course Is good for a ' desired by tho operators. the. chair for Morrow's coming, He . half column wrlteup, which I proDemocrats and 111 Republican Sena- On clluH( $5 (f? C. The action of Governor Allen caus- is tho "man to rule Kentucky. ceeded to glvo him In tho Messenger, tor . Tho Republicans who voted Produce, ed H. W. Taylor, president of the Na- their political graves the grass is lateness of the hour ng.ilnst ratification wern senator! They have taken i.ncai produce dealers quoto buy-wh- o and but for the tional Coal AbsocIaUon, who has Kan- gently withering. havo beei from he vary.ou'se'. lnR Iu.jt.cs s follows (net to shlppors, of his Visit I should liavo given him thelri boat Ji wn Salt River and will sas mine Interests, and Fred an even more extensive mention. i. the do- - tIl0 shipper paying freight and of tho treaty fightlng-agnlns- t to call upon Judge C. 11. Ames, finally land in the "saltier" sei. On this advertising tour ho Is not AH of the Domocrnts, ex- - agC churf;us) : Wo voters :u California will claim of Attorney General Palmer's office ept Senator Reed, of Missouri, wora required., to walk and says ho often a child's part In the victory, as wo Vzw Candled fi2?P63c. a hur- Into uses a train when ho Is not In frwnlly 10 tho tiuvy, but ylold?.l Duller: Country 4 lift 4 2o. Heforo seeing Judge Ames, Mr. sont thrco votes homo. a practieo to the request of Prsidcnt WIIio 1 Poultry: Hens. 20 21c lb; largo ry. Ilowevor, he makes it With the best of feeling for all, twenty miles a Taylor nnd Mr. Lukens said that for rejection of th) Ledge re.solutlo snrlntr chickens 2021c lb; small to walk from ten to was no objection to the posi- especially thoso Democrats who help, leeauso of tho res-- : vatlPns which It sprnK chickens 2G$J)30c lb.; roosters day, just to keep in walking condi- theretakon by Governor Allen provid- ed to swell tho great majority, I ' of his birthdays, tion tion. contained. 12ffl3c lb.; ducks 22c lb.; turkeys O'LearyOn encha hundred miles with- ed thnt offers of premiums or bonuses will be as willing if we get so or- walks Tho Uepubllcnns who voted ngalns' osigaoc lb; geese 17 & 20c lb. . miners, which would affect nipt In stato politics, tj como to their in the twenty four hours, nnd will to tho llorah, ratification wero Senators t Itabbils. negotiations in Washington were not rescue. 29 of next Drnudogeo. Fornnld, France. (Iron- wholesale markets somewhat ilul-11- imak'o that distance tho With best regnrds to all, I am, made. Johnson, of California; Knox, L:i'icr though prices are holding. Jiinu nt Columbus, Ohio, when Gov. PERRY CROWDER, The coal operators said that If the McCornilck. Mosfs, .'Corns. 'rer8 aro reCelving from $2.50 to $3.00 Cox has promised to walk tho first Whlttler, Cal state of Kansas operated Its coal j TolndcxUr and Sherman. . ,,er tIozcn whno Ul0 retaH price is ten mles with him.. dfc I mines tho miners should work under Democrats who declined to obey 111 III nt r.n .v.., 1..,. . o.i. present agreement with tho un- TOBACCO MARKET On tho same day that tho world's the Instructions of tho President and HAS OPENED HERE derstanding that any sottlctncnt to Into walking champion walked voted for ratification wero Senators MISS MARIE ROSE LAl'LEH their benefit made hero In WashingCapt. Read and the famous Gore, Myers, Owen, Pomorene, Smith, AT COLLEfJE AUDITORIUM Tho O. T. Burns Tobacco houso bo retroactive. NC-- 4 flow In. Thousands of peoplo ton should Shields, of Gcorglu and Wnlah, of tho conforenco Judge Ames opened hero, yesterday morning for After Massachusetts. Mario Ro&o Lauler, tho French lined tho river front to greet tho tho reccivclng of tobacco, when some Tho Senato also voted on ratlflcu- - lady, with tho Rodpnth Llccum Bu- - brnvo commander nnd crow of tho said: Kansas situation as reported eighteen or twenty loads of the weed "Tho M'on without reservation, a motion to reuu, in her lecture at tho College soaplano that will bo known for all up to this tlnio requires no ac-- . wero delivered by Farmrs of this that effect being presented by Sena-- 1 Hall We dnesdny night "Tho Spirit of tlnio ns tho first to bravo tho misty to u& Hon by tho Department of Justice." community. tor Underwood. It was defeated, 38 Women of Franco" was very instruc- wastes of tho Atlantic ocean to conThis is tho only houso open so far. Acting Presldont John L. Lewis, of to 53. tive jind aU.tho same tlino highly en- nect tho eastern and western hemisMlno Workers, said today but wo aro Informed that tho Tho voto on the resolution came af- tertaining, such was tho verdict dt pheres by nlr6raft. Tho Nc-- 4 can tho United houso will open at an early wired Alexvisit only thoso cities that He along that Governor Allen had ter u long parliamentary Imttlo In thoso present. Howatt, president of tho Kan- date, as will also the A. C. A. houso, which tho supporters of tho Lodgo Miss Lauler has tho huppy faculty water routes, on account of Its in- ander which, wo aro Informed will bo program exercised a firm hand und of boliig nblo to break away from all ability to make a descent except up- sas mlno workers, offoring a by Mr. Lee of Oweusboro. five-da- y week to the Kanrefused to give tho administration appearances of delivering a "sot tulk' on tho water, and only relatively few day and a mm sas minors. Mlno operators, howov-e- r, supporters any opportunity to amend or ropentlng something prepared In. of tho Amorlcan peoplo will havo tho they "did uot bellovo" that MARRIAGE LICENSE said the Lodgo resolution or substi- advance, and drops into tho rolo of a privilege of seeing tho pioneer piano KEOEXTLY ISSUED Governor Alton had mado this ofror. tute reservations which tho Presi- porson telling a splendid story and of tho sea. "Lewis said that tho Frlck Coal & might havo been Inclined to nc- - doing It in a way and manner all their dent reArthur Rhoads, R. C, Hartford; to copt. Every motion made by tho j own. 'Upon leavlug for Kvansvlllo tho Coke Co., of Pennsylvania, had operations with 24,000 men Nannlo Hamilton, R. 6, Hartford. Democratic leaders was voted down A good sized nudlcnco was out for glaijt plane rose from the wator and sumed eight-hoGeorge Leonard, Owensboro, to An It and hud put in oporntlou n by approximately the samo majority. this, tho first of 11 series of four cu circled tho city, and watching This, hu na Gross, Owensboro. day "bank to bank." resolution of ratification eni - tortnlnmcnts arranged for with tho aloft, Its seven engines in a blended The sovon hours Shelvon Ferguson, Neatus, to Dot-11- a bodying thu Lodgo yesorvutloj was Ucdputh Uurcuu, and if thoso Hint hum resembling tho roar of an ap- added, It equivalent to Haynos, Ncufus. voted upon. Tho first voto ure to follow, mcasuro up to tho first, proaching hurrlcauo, I drew a fancy por day at tho "working face." twice to Ida Estill Tichonor-Mcl.lenry- , "There Is positively no reason why rumble wns tnken shortly after tho Senate It Is predicted thnt general satisfac- sketch of this deafening government can Allen, Beaver Dam. convened, and result oil In defeat of tion will bo given thoso supporting breaking for tho first tiuio tho still- tho operators und the Inunedlutoly to tho minors Leslie Woolen, Olatou, to Ester ratification, the vote standing 39 to tho course. ness of tho ocoan wastes, as it blazed not offer a substantial Increase in wages and a Evans, Olatou. m ft way for tho groat fleets of t)5. Tb on upon motion of Senator tho material shortening of tho working AP1M.KS IX XOVKMHKlt. Reed tho motion wns reconsidered, that will soon como after It. ENTERT.UXED AT D1XXER day," said Lowls. "Tlio tolegium of opening tho way to all sorts of thus uctlou of (1. Honnett, of this place, Mr. W. attempts by tho Democratic leaders To use a tlineworn phraso of tho Governor Alton and tho & Coko Co., shows this o Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Robertson. cheerful Col Crocket, of Alamo fnmo, Frlck Coal to effoct a compromlso on milder brought u twig from ono'of his of Hartford, Route 7, entertained to tho Itopubllcan office seeing Dnn O'Leary and tho NC-- 4 was can bo done. trees reservations. Viitt of Time. with a prettily appointed dinner SunSenator Hitchcock first moved to Tuosday morning, on which wero "glory enough for o'no day." "It U a criminal wasto of time and day, In honor of their daughter. Mrs. eight small npples, ranging in size mm Ijourn In order to glvo him a chuiiuo thus. The Newton J. Baxter, of Griffin, Ga. to continue to n bit larger Kupt. K. S. Howard stntes that tho lesources to collect his forces and confer with from u good sized pea Covers wero luld fur tho following: partridge egg. Tho twig or course for Toucher, recently receiv country Is now losing u dally producthan a the mild rosorvutlonUtB on tho Mr. and Mrs. N, M. Runell, Mr. und ho thought would limb on which tho fruit had formed ed and sent out, is Intended to cover tion of 2,000,000,000 tons of coal. side whom that tho Mrs. Azro Rowan, Mr. ami Mrs. Ney "Wo Imvo Information watur sprout. a porlod of flvo yours, und that unbo willing to Join him In a now pro- wus wltut U called a Lodgo milled Vu have heard of various fruit trues der Instruction, every teacher must miners uro being porscoutud In Wont Rowan and little ou, Joseph Cullo'n gram. Hut Senator n blooming this full, but thin I tho return the books 0 to tho Superin- Virginia, Teiineiueo. Koutucky, Ala- Rowau, Mr. llomor Num. Mrs. New M'x supporters and UufonUd tho tint time we buvo viewed applet tendent's office ut tho cloe of tho bama. Colorado, I'tuh and Now Mvx-- n ton Baxter und Mr. und .Mr. Anthony to adjourn AhUh arc partly union fluid. Wo Robirtioa nchool 7iirx time m ititt parliumwutao formed from fall bluiomi. I , Tnti-nrlurorl to-da' I y, ' BY MEXICAN GUARD News Given Cabinet While Discussing Situation In Mexico "Washington, Nov. IS. While the cabinet with Secretary of Stato Lansing as presiding officer (oday was tho Mexican situation, tho State Department received n report tolling of tho murder of another American citizen In Mexico. Eugene Lack, a special officer attached to the staff of tho sheriff of Imperial County, California, was tho man slain. The announcement of tho occurrence, m&do tonight by tho department is ns follows: "Eugene Lack, an American citizen, who was shot by a Mexican police officer in Mexicall last Friday, died at EI Ccntro, Cal., last night as a result of tho wound, nccordlng to a dispatch received by the Department of Stato late today." Unwarranted, Says Dispatch. "Lack was a special officer attached to tho office of tho sheriff of County, California, Imperial The dispatch reporting the affajr says-tha- t tlip shooting was unwarranted. "Both the American embassy at Mexico Clcy a'ld tho American consulate at Mexlcali have been requested to make representations to tho appropriate authorities with a view of to apprehension dnd the gu'Uy p&rlles. ' The cabinet had under consideration today the developments in connection with the abduction of "Wil-lia- n O. Jenkins, American consular agent at Puobla, Mexico, and tho sub sequent chargo that he was in league with the bandits who held him for $150,000 ransom. Some time also was spent In discussing tho Carranza attitude toward alien oil land owners, chief of whom aro the British and Americans. Altho Mr. Jenkins was released from tho penitentiary by the local authorities at Puebta, he was confined to his home, but this "pr'ecnu- Hon" has been relaxed, it was'learnv On reod at the department today, ceipt of tho noto of tho American government on Sunday the Mexican government Issued orders by telegraph to the' Puobla authorities to proyont any molestation whatever of Mr. Jenkins.. Ho will remain there until It is definitely sottled whether or not his abduction was the result of. a conspiracy. The War Department today was without any additional Information regarding .the murder six weeks ago" of tho two American aviators In Low' er California, ' 9 ,; e. fM-.2- ht 1 I l . Lit-ke- dray-cuiueu- y. 1 a, Ship-Follett- o. i ui Wes-torflo- ld six-ho- ur Offer S'o Evplnnatioii. Los Angeles, Qal., Nov. i8. Mexican officials at Moxlcall have offered no explanation of tho shooting of E. F. Lack, of El Centro, Cal., beyond the statement that "ho was treated according to Mexican laws," said Mayor Casey Abbott, of Calcxlco, just across tho international boundary lino from Mexlcali, today, Mayor Abbott based his statement on a message telephoned him here Which also brought word of tho death of Lack In an EI Centro hospital today. Tho mayor added that his Informant declared Lack was 'within 100 feet of the American ciiBtonisliouso at Calexi- co, when a Mexican policeman suoc him. Ho snld officials of Imporial county, Cal., had difficulty in obtaining permission to remove Lack, from Mexicall to El Centro, for medi cal treatment. OIL DEVELOPMENT IS l'llOSPECT FOR OHIQ CO. Messrs. Earl Dove, Earl Swau and others, assisted by Mr. Ferguson. geologist, of Oklahoma City,( Okla.. representing iin oil concern and capitalists of that city, aro hero with tho prospect of making Investigations and development of tho oil field la Ohio county. . Quito a number of lenses havo beea secured und when a sufficient num ber of landowners lavu imulo contracts with thu oil people, early development, or testa oil a largo scale-ar- o prumUed. Tho concern behind tho projoct hero U (aid to havo extensive holdings, and aro larso producers lu tho fields of Oklahoma and othr svctlons, y nlr-cru- up-pl- -.. nn mo-tth- HYPHENATED 3'nnkN BABIES Anil This Is tho last crop report of the 1019 Issued by thin department, and Rives tho final estimates on yield of corn and tobacco, neither 1!. Nlnoteon Now York, Nov. of which crops are entirely housed hyphanntpcl babies of the Amorlcnn yet. This crop season has been very nrnfy nnd nnvy, who am any "Km'" unfavorable, with tho extreme drouth nnd "da" nnd "papn" in throe throughout the summer mouths nnd gllntpso of ' smmmmBUiuwttSBMffiSSmwD languages .got thrlr first n ltnnniiUn 1 I .. l. , I c I a ulirllttH ll.lllnir.l Mm n.i n H n ml rnliia Hi (1ll r.ll nil f Hlfl their own country In "o"0"0" t,,,a inn,, klll tIinl nII t10y i,aVQ anil ownlfnll months and much complaint s rosi- - i morning when the transport y ,)elonR to 0o,, stewards and voiced of corn damaging In the shock. was docked. dent tlrnnt Is the prevailing thought to Tho prospects for tho wheat crop only until trustees mmmmmw' Thoy were hyphenated of 1020 in this stato 'arc not good. be borne In mind A man's thoy landed when" the hyphens were 7. Hccauso of the crying need of The anticipated ncrcngo Is exceptionm left behind. Eight t of them were tho "world which Is suffering and in ally small, tho same showing at 57 best pal horn In Germany of Oormnn moth- sin. Tho only cure that can bo given ,per cent which, compared with the is his smoke ers. The rest were born In Franco will come through tho signing of 111 por cent ncreago shown In 101S were 1C1 wives of soldiers these pledges when the whole world shows the crop has been cut 50 per There ; wives of nnvy men and twenty-on- e of this of , .. ...... cent. Is Tho condition perwheat atOnly imnril. nil in charge- of three. no cross given nt 72 cent. " "" time i win men lie raiscu nigii C. A.. WOlJlCll. TllC .Tionnrnnna Y. M. about 50' por cent of tho acreage wives arc going to all parts of the Catarrh Cannot Be Cured planned was rcportod sown up to "United States, even Alaska wltI Wrpli cannot rc(VCh AMPLICATIONS, as tliey November 1st. The youngest bride was . a a . . the ...... The acreage of ryo that Is being ! - of 1.. 1, Pn,.i..l Irt u. iuluiI se.it ...... tho disease.muiaciise. i."i" girl, Anita, wnc 01 1'rlValO DOIinill nuenced by constitutional conditions, and sown la also lower than Inst year, the to euro must tako an 4 4 A Dlmlck, who married her In Hrcst in order nmsdy. It you Catarrh lledl- - same being SS por cent, with conInternal Hall's and is going to tako net nome to clMO ,3 taken ,ntcrlialjr anJ acts tllru dition showing at Dfi per cent. the blood on tho mucous the Idaho, sncisjoji.1 old, and she's svstem. Hall's Catarrh surfaces of was Hnrley Is sown in but few comMedicine oy one of the best physicians j prescribed learning English fast. Chcs. ... umuiy ior ic.ua. 11 13 com- - munities, and tho very few reports l,1lnr-" .. '" wlin Ill.irrlOlI posou or some ..... of thrt hrst fnnlr. knrni'ii. couilng to this office show the acre uiiu ui nivthe best blood a German girl is Christopher w ai- - combined nit!, como of combination of age at 92 per cent with condition 9G purltlors. The perfect CIGARETTE invites you to enjoy in Coblenz. me ingreuiont3 in Hall's Catarrh Meditumcyer, who married cine Is produces such wonderful per cent. "We're going to Philadelphia to j results Inwhat a smoke as you never havo before conditions. Send for catarrhal Final estimate on the corn crop to' testimonial, 'reo. soq my parents and then back liu. F. .1. CHUNKY & CO.. Trops., Toledo, O. shows an average yield of 2.1 that's, Chesterfield. "You can get 3 CollIollZ,,., ho said. All DrUffRists. TSc. por acre, which Is two bushcM per Hall's Pills for constipation. for a dollar." 'meals there acre loss than last year. This would o Not merely fine tobaccos, mind you, "If you have the dollar," said a Indicate a pioduction of something IX A COUNTUV I'ltACTU'K. doughboy, who is not going nacu. though we use the finest of Turkish and over "S, 000, 000 bushels for tho year. Tho transport had 5CS passengers, Tho estimate on Hurley tobacco in Domestic leaf, .Tournal' of American Medical Assoexclusive blending , mostly military. final yield is 71fi pounds per acre, ciation.) method brings hidden flavors-fla- vors Two country boys. 12 nnd 1 years while dark tobacco is estimated at A Hat That Didn't Smell After Iteln S".ri pounds per acre. This is lighter others have failed to find. MontliN. of age. walked into my office one Dead l'or ,lot Hstriets than last year, "I swear it was dead at least 3 morning and h.ul no sooner closed! in al.--o why Chesterfields are different. months," said James Sykes, Ilutcher, the door when one of them placed ' A light crop of potatoes is saw this rat 'his hand over his ear. juhiped around ported. Tho yield as a stato average "We N. J. why they satisfy. And this method ' P on one foot, then on the other, swear- - is given at (IS bushels per aero of the every day. Put a cake of is a closely guarded secret. why my 'lug and exclaiming: "There he gop.s. second, crop of Irish potatoes, and S9 behind a barrel. Months later asked about the rat. Remcin- - thero he goes." and when I asked bushels per acre of sweet potatoes, wife none Chesterfields can satisfy. Pastures hnvo greatly improved. bored the barrel, looked behind It. him what was tho matter, he re-- 1 and show a condition of 94 per cent, There was the rat dead, not the jpHP,i that he had a bug in his ear. And Chesterfields reach you in prime shape Michtest odor." Three sizes, 25c, j Heforo I could examine hint he 'which is an exceptional condition for for smoking always because every separate 50c, 51.00. Sold and guaranteed n .repeated his contortions, exclaiming: tins time ot tne year, ah classes oi -; glas- J. F. Casebier, Acton liros.. ui- "There he goes again; there lie goes. live stock arc in good condition, and package is wrapped in moisture-proo- f lor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. Tho bug was playlug tops on his the number on hand as compared membraua tympanl. I placed the an average year show as follows:. Horses number on hand 91 per DECEIVES MKDAIj AAVARDKD boy on the edge of the speculum and ..... .. .I..-.jiui i.i LinVICII MI! 1 picked- It off with my fingers. When cent, condition. 92 por cent. Cattle, number on hand SS per cent ll showed the boy the bug he said: San Francisco, Cal.. Nov. 15. ("Thank God; how much is it?" I with condition 92 per cent. Hogs, number on hand 87 per cent, all the world war heroes tako con i replied a dollar. The other boy w"ho HEzSr sV t solation in the experience of Capt.. ha(J een attentively watching the condition 9.1 per con. kz Sheep, number on hand S2 per Claude H. Detrlch, of the Signal proceedings exclaimed: "A dollar; Corps. If you've been cited for a well, that's gall. Yqu never took out cent, condition 94 por cent. modal, listen: Taken as a whol?. tho average that bug; he walked out hlsself." Deltrich received his award j here I had placed the boy before a spec-- J yields for this year havo been cut the other day after waiting twenty- - uluin and with a concave mirror down, which is attributed to 'he uii- j JI if one years. During the Spanibh-AmeFall work Is tnreNV ., hright li.ht through the ear 'seasonable crop year, lean War he was cited for bravery speculum. The bug saw the light and greatly delayed on aruuini of con 'ST T&t y.rft' - "fcH-c- y and was told he would receive a came forward, crawling out. tinued rains, and a grn.i: deal of com5plaint comes in regard t. the corn and modal. Long ago he forgot all about It, but Sinn cnuchluir! You rack th? lunc fodder being damngvd. 'n tho ulioc.K. the ex- when ho opened his mail the other an,i worry the body. Rallard's Horr- - Taking into consideration day there it was, all bright and shiny. Hound Syrup checks Irritation, heals treme drouth durinz tho growing the lungs and restores comfortable season, and excessive r.ilns during tand the accompanying letter said: Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 the nut1 tiring season ;11 crops are 'Please acknowledge promptly the bicuiliinp per oottie. Sold by Ohio County cut both as to quantity and nualily. Tcccipt of this metal." m Drug Co. MAT S. COIIICN. e Only a Cold. Commissioner of Agriculture. "' be A SUKK SHJX. Are you ill? is often answered cold "Oh! it's only a cold," as if a was a mutter ot little consequence, ZSSZZSBEMaBmmmmmmmmmmmm tho new announced "Madam.' FOR FLETCHER'S hut people are beginning to learn that maid, "your husband Is lying unM Ml i II II . I .1M.M lMW . a common cold Is a matter not to be conscious in the hall, with a large ' .z .! .lack Stratt'Hi. nnd on the west 'proved by the commissioner payablrt ty, 411111 trifled with, that some of tho most box beside him and a paper crushed l by the lands of .1. T. Davis, deceased J.IXCOIj.V lu six mouths bearing interest at the Given under my hand as commls-ra- te !' .i;uxi OK .start with a cold. lu his hand. or G per cent from dato until sinner of tho Ohio Circuit Court thl ierlous diseases DIES IX IXIUAXA and V. M Taylor, containing 110 paid, having the forco and effect of tho 10th day of November, 1919. acres. As. soon as the first indication of a "Ah," cried madam, In ecstacy, 'my OTTO V. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. Purchaser will be required to exe- a judgment. A Hen will bo retained , Chamberlain's new hat has conio!" cold appears tako Evansvllle, Ind., Nov. 15. Thomas cute bunds immediately after sale, on the laud sold us additional sccuri- McDowell A. Koglo, Atty. Cough Remedy. Remember that the trv. S4. n furniture merchant ilt due and payable in six nnd twelve . sooner you get rid of your cold the ,,,,, ... Ev.lI18Vni,. today months lu oqual Install, li regular bowel movements lead to... ments, bearing iutorcst at tho rate loss tho danger, and this ren edy will chronic constipation and a constipat- while on a visit with his only son. of G per cent per annum from date m eu help you to throw It off. .u-- .Arv wa8 a j,erh0lmi frion(i of Abraham until paid, and a lieu will bo retained nami mis ine sysium uu i . tm is a great bowel regit-- ( h,;icoln an(1 tlo. Horbine Said bonds ouc0 (,r()V0 lUu B,cat as additional security. J UAPTISTH TO SHJX lM.KDIiHS to have tho forco and effect of a later. It purifies tho systom. ,,resWoiIt , a ,,KBy rrom the blood and puts the digestive m n, t() shawnotowll, in.. whore ho juditmeut under my bund Given this tho 5th In tho drive which Is to bo made by organs In fine, vigorous condition . m EG m g Km m flLEl XCl uonipnts ta nuiu mm mu- m mj n My carrU.f 011 an day ot November, lfill). Southorn UnptlsU Novomhor :!0th to I'rico 00 c Sold by Ohio County ina,o OTTO C. MARTIN". with Lln-,,rexteI18V0 corrCBpon,lenco Docombor 7th a pledge card ! to be Master Commissioner, O. C. C. m co' cola up to tho lattor's death. 19t:s J.. M. Porter. Attorney. signed by every moinbor of the church For Infanta and Children. i .. ... and the payments nro to be made .lunii'M Ualson Sjijn "I'll .N'er lorItogulate the bowels when they fail t'ithor weekly, monthly, annually or Jget Whon Father's Hogs Cot Cholera to move properly. Horhlnu Is an cash at one time if tho person all in boi.-i- l "One morning ho found L'u hogs regulator. It helps to wishes. The plan has been bo 'dead and several sick. Ho called In the liur ..;a! :uomach and restores a carofully worked out that when tho tho Vet., who nfter dissecting a rat fine feeling "Miik'1i and nnnyanry. copy of th" iileduo eards are signed a u.tight on the proini.', docid.d Hint Prion tnc .Said by Ohio County Drug T. will bo sont to tho general headtrttrd i tho .rodents had conveyed germs. Company m i1 AVcielnbclVcparalionrorjs quarters at houlsviliu for tho Stato or l ' novor w;,ll,ni,t KAT" I'similiiliimthcloodbyRciiuU- Kontucky and It is tho hope of tho Mrs. Godden Tells How It!s'c0 the 'SNAP. It's the surest, quickest rat : LD collecti,t J linii tltcSlomachSjUTdJiww. MASTClt COAMIISSIONKIt'S State Hoard to usslst In tho SAL! I destroyer 1 know." Threo Blzes, 2.rc, tho pledges where aid Is need-uing of and Comfort. Jr0c, 11.00. Sold and guaranteed by Amanda Criffltt. Plaintiff. For lustaneo, a church member I vs. Notice of sale. J. V. Casohlor, Acton llros., Tay- Ti.rohv ivomoilni DKcslfon moves hU or bar residence to anothNail, ct al., Dofendnnts. Fremont, O. "I was passinp through lor's Drug Store, Wlllliimu A'. ItiiVli Nannie Ruth to OiccrfulncssiuidRcsLtoitWB to er Ruction or city and tho church Pursuant a judgment and orm the critical period of life, being forty- - I neither Oplum,MorpWncno. der of sale rendered lu tho above whlflh they will go. In needing hmiyTttTvm,f- - 'MAHTKIt tWIMISSIOXKIPS B.1I.K. sayled action at the September, 1910, Uliiiwnl.NoTNAUcoTic of this about tho amount t term of tho Ohio Circuit Court, .d. -r- rrr.civiyiTZEK toms incidenttothat atpun uuum.---- irecting me as Master Commissioner liimuifii pledge, ran get It from th' Ohio Circuit Court. chancre heat flash- JmplM J Plaintiffs, of said court to sell tho hereinafter Sto Hoard office. ea, nervousness, und II. W. Davis, et al., am vs. Notice of sale. described land, for tlio purpose of lorAttUSJlt followlnij rmisons have been run was in a general Tlia Mi"1, cond lion so' Oeorgr. Davis, et al.. Defendants, or- - first paying the cost of this action, down ovtlinud why evry Haptist should ' vlrtiini of a judgment and together with tho cost of this salo, it wwanl formo Mpi a plodgo. tlu) liarn SJ H0 ' the al,,v" WK uut,,m-- I and dividing tho remainder of thu tto m work September torm. procoeds among the parties entitled nnd rendered at Muctiurio it Is for Christ 1. villa P 'HreeUiiB me to soil tho l.erelu-iK)- ,t thereto, I will offer forsalo at public VoBotiblc TCom! 19la' hi ireiiM. UaptUts can afford to tie recom" i,ftor lHcrlboil land for tho purpose outcry to the highest and host bidder, y M)i with, their Suvlur with their prop-wt'' .. w" At of imyliiK tho costs of thu ,,above styl- - at tno , House , .... ConstlpnUonnBdUtarrWn. V. ,,.,.. ,...,.. ,, iioor, Hi Hartford, ... .,.... raeiiuraiu iiB.oautn I ,!" ofJ "iiiwiiiianj, uu inuiuuiy. ;.' ; wlum Ho has tlod fur flvo " "" i"" iiecumour 1st., for I, nf I . II ,,t.,, SfipT which "'it ' Hits sale. 'and dividing the remainder thorn with all Ho has km with parties lllu I'rocet'.ls amopg surely proved tone. I feel ueiuranu, f .,.,.,1,1,...,.,,, 1. ...m ,.- tho .... u..i - ...,, day of Hie regulur term of tho UiMtigKout olvrnlty. ,rc5ultin6ircrrcnw'ln)', ,,, ...- first ..v." vkuhj uu a credit of 'i. TliMO pUdgt'ii will li uf help u"'llc ouUt' ,0 tho hlht'st a,,tl lx niimth. the following described anmlwmuShiwldSBn.' and Tac Simile Siinatuw" nf House tloor real oMate situated and being in k'cJciG to tin local oliurth in the collecting nearel'' -- Mrs ' In Hartford. Ky... on Monday, No- - Ohio County. Kentucky. near tho will "H h. Tho Indivlduwls ui ih HludgM. ' being the llwt (own ot mntunl. and bounded as 5 .;.;:;; i.,,i von.her ai. 1919. (it on T,ieCBSTW,Co!tPffi nut bo aunniHi Uy mio fr-ttuHU uiiiiiur luiiu iiiinirvA. ui iuu ivKiiiur '"Sag1 ftdul. Id ii.irt .1II1IID1II twiilf tifb. ll.illll. mpNuy. , Hcglnnlng at a stono, n corner of NEW TWJ"V- "f lno olll l'IrcuU l "). l t'10 12:.:t.0 .!!' A' '." t. Itoyuux tnenH pltilMH will puty "i f "l.w-- . 111111: !!"r t In 8. K. Cox's and U TttUgtttH m lw oy. in 11 ..., ,.,, win i,,,!,.,. ii,. "" Mtrl wf bUKluts-lttH- atonal w normal. conuiuons Lyuia.i.i.iHix anu iweivu iiioiiiiih.i....... .oiunviiiK iiiirini i,i nLiieiiio ,. i;.iki uiiii ithx--m ,V..," h & remedy MDry ltn'r wurtb-Mhi- l rot jnd herb Compound. tkt in Ohio County, Kentucky nnd bound-- . 210 foot to a stone: thenco with pj "to .hum a Vegotnblo Coiluujll 1. thu Mist linu of thu V. II. Miller lot; as bHftldMM U twrrlul uu cimiillcatiana present thern ml On follows: tho North by the lands ot.tbenee S. with said linu to thu be- ro buying Kimimm. IimmU. hMMrtt v!v 4 wriU tliu Piukhutn Mcslic'ne Co., uuurgo rayior ami 1;. r. tsuiiuoiur; ginning containing two ucrea, Exact Copy of Wrapper. more UN tlutf Ulld . ynu, limn., for aiigt'Stlon Itow to ImnH on thu Vlast by tin latiiU of K. P. or lew . Iv in !. - punhaser ,t nl tl.i ii. Thetho will be ren n I red in' 1. 1 ' Miller vxueuto bond sWtU security to bu up. I , u 4I your lutv With I'roiiili Centum Finn I lies. Reason 11 ship In It, It in n innvomont In which three million are expected to hnvo n part. When all will do their cqtinl pnrt of It, It will holp the whole un- jdortaklng. fi. It Is the only way Hnptlsts can Thd hoards do a really groat thing. will bo able to plan their work In detail as they will know whnt amount of mo n uy will he secured. Cltlll IIKI'OIIT OK KHNTUCKV. 0 LHHHHHHUft uHLiHRH9BuKisH MbHULMqIKH j - -- 1 .11- j "Let's take it easy fior a wnue Field , A that , 1 that that but an out , RAT-SNA- That's That's That's but fA'tJ'C?; J :l , r- - H A !& IS TP f ; ' a --- 20 for 20 cents !! and the blend cant copied cast o R Children Cry a I -- I Tltn-,wa- r Car-IIzl- m I - I "s I THAI CHANGE IN WQiuirs m I ' Mothers Know That Genuine Castorsa ALCOHOL-arUHlJUN- d. Cf.. Always Bears tho Signature of j &Ahr M In I lr ' -- jor J"T: lln ,, .i SrCl :,,..: i.v'ni,l .untn, . -' la ., "nn .." l.l.l. ir Use ;l. " For Over Thirty Years tnnfovJrcitL " -- 8vn.V''' ,,,.., -- .";"". ., x5j. -- nt'JfflWjj; , GASTORIA tl:k b.l.vl FARM DEPARTMENT. Hecngiilzliig (lint tho nverago city man knows very llttlo In regard to iiKrlrulturo nml that lie Is often In his conclusions simply becnuso In- - iloos not know the facts, the New York Statu Federation of Farm un-Ju- st llu-ren- ncss. This Is a practical snuco that can bo used for puddings or any kind of cake. Southern Agriculturist. linn I'HtnlillHhcit u speakers' bureau which will furnish farmer speakers to go before chilis, conven- tions, anil gatherings of business men anil rlty folks, to give them briefly ami In n clear anil Intelligent manner tlio f minora' viewpoint. milling company In Kentucky htm asked for 2,!i00 copies of the h.milhook on official stundards for whe.it ami nliolloil corn for distribution to Its customers. A Careful Treatment Sines dollies for Next .Slimmer. Tho organdies, palm beach, tho straw hats, and the low shoes are y fast disappearing from the wardrobe. The wlso housewife dries not let them stay In the ovor- crowded closet to tako up valuable space and brush against the velvets, serges, and broadcloths. Neither docs she lay them away In any condition thoy happen to be in after their last appearance. Instead, she puts thorn away carefully cleaned and treated so the least change posslhlo will come to them, keeping record of drain-(inulln(Jucss-Wor- k Kllmiiiuted In what supplies there are and where Work she puts them In order that she may "What Is tlio uro of this laboratory find them when tho occasion arises tests in grading wheat when an by simply looking at her desk record. Soiiif (iiiigerlireail Herlpes. grain 'nan can toll thn If packed In boxes, a label on each GINQKIl COOKIES gradu at a glance?" Perhaps nn Tho word "coolcio" always sug- box telling the contents makes the answer to this uuestion can bo found finding of each article an easy matter. In a story of an actual s'xporlcnce In gests New Knglaml, yet as other good things have come from this section, Her outline of treatment would be ono grain supervisor's olflce. very nearly acThi pincfss of liippiKilon was 'bei- I know also that this small cuke re- cording to like the following, home economics specialists cipe is good: ng explained to an elevator operator In tho United States Department of Ono egg. nml en ' of liH fanner customers who Agriculture: Ono cupful siignr. wero vlsltli.tr an office of Fedornl Washablo vthitc clothing Washed Ono cupful molasses. of A sample grain supervision. carefully, no starch added, blued Ono tablcspoonful soda. wheat which contained ryo was bemore than usual to avoid a yellow apOno tablcspoonful vinegar. ing tested. They wero asked to guess pearance i when spring unpacking One tablcspoonful ginger. how much ryo was In thu sample. comes. Hung In a closet reserved Flour to hold ingredients togethTho fnrmer estimated three-fourth- s for this particular use or folded so per cent and the elevator operator er. Ilreak the egg In a pan and add the that the creases will correspond as was 1 per cent, hf their thought it presence a separation was made other ingredients, roll very thin and far as possible with the folds into which tlio garment falls when in use which showed the ryo to be 3.7 per bake quickly. and laid In a tiunk or box. GINGER DROPS. cent of the sample. Wn.huble colored clothes. WashThree eggs. handling gnubi appeals taken In ed, unstarched, turned wrong side Ono cupful molasses. to the Federal grain supervisors, all out and hung lu tho closet or packed One cupful brown sugar. tests are accurately made and guessaway as wero the white sarments. Five cup fills unsifted flour. work Is not practiced. l'nliii beach suits Cleaned and put One cupful boiling water. In separate boxes, carefully folded. One cupful lard. The first car of No. 1 black oats Hats How to treat the summer One tcaspoonfiil cinnamon. to arrlvo In Chicago this season sold hat depends much upon the material One tablcspoonful ginger. at a premium of 1 cent over No. 1 If of straw, brushing off all dust and Ono tablcspoonful soda. white Dissolve the sodn in tho boiling packing in a hut box is good treatwater before adding to tho other In- ment. The georgette, and lace hats, l'uri'-bre- il Dairy Sires. Use tho eggs whole In- If soiled, should be dry cleaned and Every dairy herd, regardless of Its gredients. Drop allowed to air thoroughly before breeding, should have a stead of beating separately. quality of dairy bull at its head, the batter with a largo tablespoon wrapping lu tissue payer and storing good pure-bre- d away in a hat box. Avoid weight says tho U. S. Department of Agri- on n greaser tin about three inches apart. When tho cakes are done which will (mil: the trimming'. culture. This nppllcs to all scrub Shoes Tho pumjis and oxfords and grade herds as well as to herds of they should have brittle, crisp little should be cleaned nnd put away with Vetter breeding. The daughters of edges. Raisins or black walnuts can " add" t0 "s recipe and greatly shoe tree in each one. u scrub cow and a good pure-bre- d improve tlio canes, especially tor dairy sire are only grades, but often A coat of paint does not "mako" their production records nro doublo school lunches tho llttlo fancy cakes farm buildings any more than clothes "" enjoyed, asme irom mo laci mm the records of their dams. If theso bred to first-cla- both raisins and nuts must contain make the man. nevertheless, the neat daughters nro then nppestrance of the farmhouse and dairy bulls of tho concentrated nourishment. pure-brebarns Is almost iiiMirlnbly nn index SOFT GINGERBREAD. may same breed, the There was probably ono original of the efficiency of the owner. Apbecome high grades of largo producwuy each generation method of making tills delectable. pearances do count. tion. In this may climb to high and btill higher toothsome, dark sweet bread, but of grade from tho original rccipo there has A luly hi Chicago Telegraphs for levels. Tho descendants cows and purebred hulls can not bo been devised so many variations the registered but In production of milk first recipe has been lost In obscurity, Read Mrs. Phillips' wire: "You-ell- 's and butter fat they may equal pure- - I fancy the recipo given hero comes Exterminator Co., Westfleld, N. duo to feeding nearer tho original ono than many breds. Improvement ' J. Rush $3 worth or and selection has a limit1 beyond that we have all tried. I know that Later received the following letter, which it is very difficult, to go, but It is excellent. "HAT-SNA- P arrived. It rid our One-ha- lf . cup sugnr. thero seems to bo no limit to lm- -' houso of rats, in no timo. Just moved Ono-hacup sweet til Ilk. breeding. provement duo to One-hateaspoon soda dissolved hero from Pa., where I used RAT- SNAP with great results." Three In one tablespoonful of hot water. Help. llettcr Tenant Houses sixes, 25c, COc, Sl.OO. Sold and Ono tablespoonful of butter. From every quarter comes tho guaranteed by Ono teaspoouful of cinnamon. that better housing conditions J. F. Casobier, Acton Bros., TayOno beaten egg. nuiko tho tenants more contented One-hacup New Orleans molas- lor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. women in permanent. Tlio and more a tho family have a very largo influ- ses. SMi i,k. One-hateaspoon baking powder. ence In tho mntter of whether .tho One tablespoonful of ginger. family moves or not, and 'tho belter with, him who jostles you, One and a half eupfuls of flour. Joke house causes their Influence, to bo Smllo on him who hurries you, Sift together all of the dry intowards staying where they are. A gredients into a deep bowl. Add tho huugh at him who pushes you, good houso Increasoa the It doesn't cost a cent! of the occupants, and adds somewhat nuilasses, the milk and tho shortent ing. Heat tho egg and mid that. It standing. to their social Don't bo carrying around that chip, Numerous instances nro cited la is not well to bea cako batter very Wink your eyo und curve your Up, which a farmer, having provided n much after tho eggs have been addAnd from life's sunshine take a sip, good house, had no dlfflculty'ln keep- ed, as this detracts from the lightIt doesn't cost a cent! even during tho ness of the batter; therefore, be suro ing plenty of labor rush of tho war. These nro In al- to have your batter well mtaed before Don't bo always first to rile ltako slowly in a most every cube tho most progressive the egg is addd. Your neighbor gtvo him Jut a smile of the community; this in-- dcop cako pan. Servo with sauce or farmers Of bettor ten-nIn broken chunks. This kind of cako It will cheor tho dullest, whllo dlcntcs thut tho value It doesn't cost a cent! houses Is just beginning to bo ap Is better broken than cut, ui the Tho Forgo bettor knlft Is apt jo make It soggy along predated. As with ull other farming practices, probably as pro- tho outer edgo of tho slice. Surgeons agrco' that in cases of A good sauco for gingerbread Is Its gressive farmers domonstrato cuts, burns, bruises and wqtinds the made in the following manner: To valuo mi' their farms, others w i'u"l-doe- s surely tnko It up. Fortunately. It ono pint of boiling water add ono'""'1 an u",c,e.l,t antiseptic is. ap- Wh not tako a progressive Idea long! cupful white sugar and two table- -' piled promptly, there Is no danger of Southern Agriculturist ' spoonfuls of brown sugar, pinch or Infection und tho wound begins to to bpreud I salt, ono tablespoonful butter, and ono scant tablespoonful of cornstarch heal at once. For uso on man or Homo 'running of Skins'. benst, Ilorozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic When It Is desired to preserve tho dlssoUcd In cold water. Hull a half and healing agent, liny it now nnd reason with any flavor dklns of wild nnlmnlb which have hour and ready for un emergency. Prlco proporly If made this bo boon shot or trapped, those may bs douhed l!Gc, liuc, $100 and $1.50. Sold by on or'saue should ba porfctly tlur and tanned either with the hulr Ohio County Drug Company. in off as desired. lUlri'nn bo removed moderately thlvk, but not candled, , .. tepid Ono UMoeipoonfiil of uurnint or acid ' from hides by soakli.K 'hum In water made ulkallnu by !) or lima. plum jily dlwohml in hat watyr FOR FLETCHER'S The following recipe-- for a tunning nnd mlilgd to this wtuiu just before f liquor Is furnished by lu lllulugloul survhiuf ndtte greatly to Ita delloiouy. r.ni' hcan Johber In Michigan, who, less than two years ago, was given a healing regarding alleged violation J of the i;rnln stand-nnl- s act, has ben o .'oiivcricd tha hi' is now urging Federal supervision Inspection. Tlio United of benn Htatos grain standards act authorizes the establishment of standards for grains only, and at the present time l'edcral supervision of Inspections under the act extendi' oiily to wheat, shelled corn and oats g; Ono grain ilnal.-- r Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture: To each gallon of water mid ono quart of salt on nee of sulphuric acid. and ono-haTills mixture .should not bo kept In a metal container. Thin skins nro tanned b' Ibis llitucr In onu day; heavy skins must lemitln In it long er. They may rninaln In it Indefinitely wl'hout harm. When removed from this liquor, tho tklns are, washed several (linos In soapy water, wrung as dry as possible, and rubbed on the flesh side with u cako of hard soap. Thoy are then folded In the middle, liung lengthwise over a line, hair side out. nnd left to dry. vheu both surfaces nro barely dry, and the Interior Is still midst, they uro laid over a smooth, rounded borrd and scraped on the flesh sldo with the edge of n worn flat flic, or u similar blunt-edge- d tool. In thU way nn inner layer is removed nnd the skins become nearly whlto in color. They nru then stretched, rubbed, and twist ed until quite dry. If parts of a skin arc .still hard and stiff, tho soaping, drying and stretching process is repented until tho entire, skill is soft. Fresh butter, or other animal fat, worked Into skins while they nro warm, and then worked out again in dry hnrilwood sawdust, or extracted by n hasty bath In gasoline, Increase their softness. lf It Is scarcely to,, much to fay that a poor orchard u worse than nonn. d for trees ii.o a source of losi to their owners and a menace to tho neighbor's o chard that Is kept In fashlMi. te In every stock-raisin- g county in tho country should tnko a census of tho sires In tholr respective territories, so that tho elimination of scrub sires may bo carried on systematically, is a suggestion which has been made recently on behalf of various livestock Interests as a result of tho agitation for better sires Instituted by tho United States Department of Agilcuturc. That officials SfHC i CsA H 1LT I E S unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price! are a cigarette revelation any consider them! Take quality, or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that you wonderful never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet Camels are so and so you marvel that so much delight could be put into a cigarette! Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them o irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! You will prefer Camels to either kind If you want to know what rare and CAMELS mellow-mild-smoothne- dny-to-da- ss full-bodi- ed m B I k m Smokers realize M that the value Is In the cigarettes and do m not expect premiums M or coupons f of tobacco smoked straight! Cumrh are told evrrj trftrre in taentifiralty rale-- pack' mn of 20 cigarettes; or trn packees(200cifarcttc mm We ntronly recommend thia cartnn for the honi or office supply or Aen you tr&L You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga-rett- y aftertaste or unpleasant cigarettyodorl 1H f.::ii rfffl "'Jfejlit I Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts! You'll prefer Camel quality! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wimton-Sale- ti .4'fii .ire it i hi&fJ a.HPi TH i'tt'tj t N. C I . hu , r ; !. ss d grand-daughte- . PAPERS CONSUME Poor girl, she's a widow, and she's 5,000 SPHUCE TKEES UAIIA looking for a captain to steer her thru the stormy sea of life! Chicago, Nov. 15. The newspapers Naval Friend She doesn't require In Chicago alone consume daily nioro a captain It's a second mate she s. than 5,000 spruco trees of average wants! size in the form of pulp-woosaid the industrial commissioner of the Mr. I'. LnDukc, Farmer, S.ij; "You Canadian National Railways at the Hot Hats can ISitc Through Metal" exposition of chemical industries held "I had feed bins lined with zinc last recently in Chicago. One edition of year, rats got through pretty soon. a large Chicago daily, ho adds, re- Was out $18. A ?1 pkg. of RAT- quires tho spruce of thirty acres of SNAP killed so many rtats, that I've' forest. With but of tho never beon without It since. Our colworld's population, the United States li dog never touched consumes one-haof tlio world's pro- You try it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c duction of paper. $1.00. . Sold and guaranteed by J. P. Casebler, Acton Bros., TayConstipation. lor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. Most laxatives and cathartics afford only temporary relifo and should This Means You. bo used only for that purpose. When you want permanent rol'ef tako When you get up with a bad taste Chamberlain's Tablets and be caro-- in your mouth, a dull tired feellnp, to obsorvo the directions with each no relish for food and are constipatpackage. Theso tablets not only move ed, you may know that you need a tho bowels, but improve the appetite dose of Chamberlain Tablets. They and strengthen the digestion. m not only cause an agreeable movement of tho bowels, but cleanse and InMiss Chatterbox I must tell you vigorate the stomach and Improve the the sad story of my sister somo day. digestion. m Tit-Bitd, th RAT-SNAP- ." lf ul CHICAGO III I SRI 1 Life V& Was a Mis. F. At. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood . . . I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery, I would think 1 could 'not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . decided to I Misery TAKE Hut-Sna- p. ft&ft Sft5::ftj AAA &A& AAAAAAA Aftftft A&AA& ' RAT-SNAP- ." lf lf ? ro-p- lf ti S Burglar Insurance . CARD The Woman's Tonic " I took four bottles," Airs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since 1 tookCardui, and I am still In good health. . . 1 would advise any woman or giil to use Cardul who is a sufferer from any female ? lf i 4? H ? self-respe- ct i Cj Is carried, by BANK OF trouble." I f y ou suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic f , J nt i J HARTFORD. If you do business with us your inter- ests are protected. no County's oldest financial , tobuild up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice of Atrs. Jones. Try Cardul. It helped her. We believe it will help you. i I ti ? AH Druggists j.ea & J 4? 41 BANK OF HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. 'JOHN WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE, ' KY. tfMUiSStsssssst Children Cry 41 41 Liberal assortment and full vluo paid Jpfc CAST.O RA I . MRS Wilts and VtJJa 4jmrfi krtsssW Most 8 Una, fThe Hartford Republican V nbout extend to thoso cast by the churches r or. fi 50 Published Weekly by nearest about us." as Is tnnilo for tho U. S. Army Grey Wool ftlankcts, clean nnd sanitary 7t HAIITKOIM) 1'IUNTINfl COMPANY various organizations, all moro or less U. S. Army Commercial Comforters, sterilized, $18 dozen, or each. . S r0 S. Army Jackets, wool Incorporated foreign, there would hardly bo n boy IT. S. Army Sheep Lined lined, sleeveless, now IT. Cont, ti$ Indies long, great coat for winter. . SS fit) or girl In this whole community out U. S. Army Steel ltnnge3, .18 in. high, .13 In. wide, B2 In. long, with Inrgo bako oven, warming closet. Wnter backs ready to run- of tlio schools during tho week and W. S. TIXSIiKY, Kdltor 1 ncct with hot wntor tank. Condition very good. Worth $2110. practically nil would bo In attendance nnd Iluslncss Manager. ('?. Ml Special at Sunday School and other services U. S. Army Heaters, Hndlnnt Homo Hot Hlnst, Inrgo slzu nickel trim mcd. A beautiful stove, suitable for home, schools, etc. Entored nccordlng to law at tho on the sabbath. Wo don't menu to .17 50, Worth $5. Postoftlco, Hortfonl, Ky., na mall say thnt money alone would do tho S. Army Heaters, "Monica" No. IB, 37 In. high, 38 In. inside, matter of tho second class. work, but a rcnsonablo amount of U. 20x27 In. baso in 00 consclcnclous labor, directed by hon- IT. S. Army Heaters, "Colo" Hlast, n splendid stove. Sperlnl.... 32.50 to est, christian endeavor, would round U. S. Army llcntcrs, "Rig Seven", sultnblo for homo, store, factory. . 15.00 Address nil communications up forty-nln- o The Hartford Republican. out of every fifty, and U. S. Navy Hammocks, mndo of extra heavy canvas. Wntor proof. . 2.05 ' U. Oonly few this community would Uo a vcritablo (IT. S. Army Leather Halters. V.iiln nf np.iiivnnleft. Good condition. Order 1.25 . S. Armv Winter Cniu. wIMi wnnl llnlm llnvn boasting paradise. If every section NOTICE TO StmSCltWEKS. G5 enr protectors. In good condition, each Subscribers desiring tho paper sent a church should do tho same thing, Olive Drab Wool Shirts. Arr clean nnd rnnilv In wn.ir. limn ki'pii service, but are In good condition. Everybody knows the army to a new address must glvo tho old Illiteracy, crime nnd dejected, raggod wool shirt nnd what excellent sat la tact Ion it gives. i address In making tho request. poverty would almost disappear from , Prices Duslncss Locals and Notices 10c $1.95, $2.75 organiza IT. S. Army McClellnn Saddles, good serviceable condition. $2.35 and 20.!5 Special. .' er line, nnd 5c per lino for addition- our country. Hecauso tho Dear Critical Buver: al Insertion. tions wo call churches absolutely fait, U. S, Army New Leather McClol.ni Saddles, each 32.05 fi.00 Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards Individually to do this character of IT. S. Army Rubber Hip Roots, almost now. Pair .a We continue to place our advertising before you of Thanks, Be por lino, money In ad- work, It must bo done, If nt all, by U. S. Army Wool Underwear, clean, in serviceable condition. Gar1.15 vance. ment in order to keep the name of our store constantly bemoney we contri- IT. S. Army Hussett Leather Shoes, nil sizes, repaired. Pair 2.05 Church Notices for services free, foreign hands, by r Used but In serviceable condition. lino. bute that goes around tho world, so U. S. Army Raincoats. Each.. 3.50 but other advertisements, fore you. We want you to become so familiar with Anonymous communications will to speak, and then back again nnd so U. S. Army New Shoes. Excellent Shoo for wear nnd comfort, tho genuine U. S. Army Shoe, inntle for tho Government. Pnlr. . 0.S5 our store and our merchandise, and to feel such satisreceive no attention. much of It necessarily sticks there U. S. Army Commercial Kitchen Knives, $1 per dozen; U. S. Army Com- faction with our methods of doing business, that and yonder, but llttlo of It returns. merclnl Forks No. '900, bright clean stock. 75c dozen; IT. S. Army Co'jn- TELEPHONES. merclnl knives, nil metal, 75c dozen; U. S. Army commercial Tin Pie Plates. That Is one kind of rolling stono that new, whenever you have a need in our line you will in12.1 55c dozen. Cumberland gathers no moss. Strictly homo man CO TERMS Cnsh with order; reference, nny bank In Greenville. Farmers Mutual Your stantly think of our store as the place where your aged chnrlty nnd benevolence would money back If not satisfied. Prices E. O. 11. Greenville. Please Include postngo when ordering goods t.eut by parcel post. Write for Catnlogue. , bear no overhead charges, and much wants can best be supplied. .XOVKMRER 21 would bo saved In that nipthod. Ev- ltUAKI.EV IIONDEI) WAREHOUSE CO., KIHOAY. GItEEXVILI,E, S. C. Largest Dealers in U. S. Army Goods In the South. Here we are quoting you a few representative ery church, with Christ for Its king, values which will help you to remember this as the Ameri- should have n good budget for tho If a little bit of canism kills tho peace treaty the relief of distress, for quick caro ot j that nothing moro suspicious thnn store of big values and high-qualit- y merchandise. sooner It is laid out and decently in- tho poor In extreme cases, a special i STRAY STREAKS Cook's Dry, mny be found 66x78 Cotton Blankets, per pair $4.00 i terred tho better. Perhaps in the committee to look after the sick, to the statement in all probability, will (By Fluke McFIuko.) 68x80 Wool-na- p be believed, and for once a much resurrection morn It may be more ac- keep children in school, in fact the Blankets, per pair $6.50 ceptable. Though as a matter ot church that would put humanity on mnllnged bunch of gentlemen will OSxSO all-wo- ol Blankets, per pair $10.00 course everybody wants tho whole tho road to eternal life should glvo I see In the papers that the War luivo been vindicated by time, superThe best all-wo- ol business behind us nnd that nt the about fifty times as much attention Department Is a goln to Blankets, per pair $12.50 course by wartime sell 55.SG0 induced of to the poor, tho ignorant and grimy earliest date possible. -School Shoes for children, perpair $2 to $3.50 as it does to the man with the dia nutomobilo wurnin horns. Men's work Shoes, pei;pair $2.50 to $6.00 In the special election held for a mond stud and draped In broadcloth think I'll git ouo for my wife an if the nto "' b nllrlght member of congress In the 5th Okla- and tho woman wrapped in a hundred j snc NOTICE TO THE Men's dress Shoes, per pair $3.50 to $12.00 after n and fifty dollars worth of fur shaded jwltu me homa District, recontly, Ladies' heavy Shoes, per pair $2.75 to $'1.00 strenuous campaign waged strictly by a huge ostrich plume But alas TRAVELING PUBLIC 0ur wife was explaining the Inupon National Issues, In which dis- it Is tho other way around, the poor Ladies' dress Shoes, per pair $3.50 to $10.00 benefits that would accrue to trict tho Democratic nominee was land unfortunate get little or no Outing Cloth, per yard 25c to 30c given a plurality of 4,500 last year, tentlon whatever from the' average '" If I would put In a lot of time that pile of Dress Ginghams, per yard 25c to 40c "" fitting went to the Republican nominee this church as nocBovornedaniLopemt-cho,l,ln- B I have opened up my ofkindling. time by a plurality of S00. Evident- cd. The man or woman of wraith !los in tho l,ack a,, A complete stock of Underwear at the right vs now exercise aim lots fice and headquarters in the ly voters throughout the country arc and station Is petted, coddled, if there price. i looking for Republicans to man the be such a thing, while the other class,'"1 usu iruK mu-i- s of Casebier & C'M- Having my hat in my hand. I restaurant "oh! ship," shunned and looked upon as some- -' Yours for good values, thing contaminating and to be left S!s I0 er- - J011 lllllsi nave quite a Taylor, corner of the Old ' f trouble in keeping your tongue Vor in six days the Lord made severelv alone. When the churches. House. Call over! that mouth of yours." As aforo-les- Hartford heaven and earth, tho sea, and all individually learn to help the help-,'- " I already had my hat in my hand either phone when you wish) thut In them is, and rested the the poverty stricken and way- - ,K'd. seventh day &c. These fellows who ward within their own domains and. and tho door being open, I at once to go to Beaver Dam or else- -' wish to scale tho day to sixliburs and visitation bounds, they will have , Started for the office, ' ' where. the working week to five days, cer- awakened to at least n part of the Man. Just as a monkey or a pet J. E. CURTIS. ' tainly do be trying to very greatly duties which the lowly Nazarene in-- i I)e entertained. things. The tended they should perform. The change tho order of ThelB. dispensing who, when 'jGreat Rudder, so the good book says fallen or the unfortunate will natur-- j Pieacher. u.i:i:i:i rocks .v ouitocs. put In a full week of six days before allv be slow in uniting spiritual light and knowledge has he stopped. Neither does the record himself with an organization claim- -' tl" nmw faculty of doing It enterTwenty-liv- e barred rock cockorcls say anything about a claim being ing to be followers of tho Christ, tatningly, is certain to draw a full 4 to 5 pounds, ready and a half or two when he must look to some other, house. The man. first attracted by weighing from filed for time by Jim. 1st, at bargains e for service by the process of times for overtime, yet we imagine agency for help. If help and assistance entertainment, Region acquires a knowledge of hi If taken now. These birds may bo he used about all tho daylight posis to get In' times of trouble and duty and thus becomes a regular, had now for from $1.00 to 13.00. but sible to get. of need The Churches, as It looks 2.00 to ir after Jan. 1, will be from esteeming it not so much a duty to us, have unloaded their best work, $5.00. privilege, In the heart of the garden spot of Florida. Don't stop Tho Peace Treaty was rejected by best opportunity for doing good haps, but an enjoyable Six rine Duroc pigs. 2Vs months a decisive vote of the U. S. Senate. on a lot of other organizations, and off until you reach Bartow. Now is the time to buy while old, ellgiblo to legister, at bargains Wednesday through the influence of by that means the very religious life j Harris, the local Telephone man-i- s Good orange groves earn ager. says Hat Nail has had a long If taken now. They arc Defenders land can be had reasonable. He was able to President Wilson. being sapped from the churches, as and farrowed by a mother that profrom $900 to $1,500 an acre, and if you buy before crop tell tho Democratic minority how to a natural result. What would a home distance call In for o days, trying duced 31 pigs at two farrows. vote and they did it. with only a very drive for home funds, to be spent to find out If things have opened up is gathered you get the fruit. Orange trees in full bear.1NO. R. WILSON. lew exceptions. The Senate, by a in the home community look and jyet, to the ultimate consumer. Hartf&rd, Ky. 'made re- sound llker And committees ap ing and all kinds of tropical fruits. Vegetables grow betsubstantial majority had Hen Taylor says he just wouldn't servations In the tieaty, such as was pointed to visit and look after the ter here than any place in the South. Corn, oats, beans, thought to be best for the American sick, we mean committees who really stay in Hartford under no sort of soy beans especially, hay, peas, etc., grow well. Buy-whil-e people. There have been several Re- did it, what would they look and feel circumstances "if it wasn't for the publicans opposed to tho treaty in like? We venture thut committees edifying confabs carried on in the you can. any shape, all along, these would could bo selected from the most regu- barber shop most every morning by FOR SALE! have votd against the treaty at any lar and best paying members of the Perd, Rrooksle and the Kaiser. time. Then when Wilson told his churches of this town, who would feel Notwithstanding emphatic propho- Democratic minority to vote against n,wi not llko sheen killing dogs If The cheapest and best land to be had in the south. All vls.lt-Islprophesied by my former pal in treaty with the reservations made, caught in broad open day-ligtho 38 of them did so. tho 13 Republicans ing and attempting to relievo distress criminality, John Henry, with refer kinds of farm products grow well. Northern farmers are voting with them, on tho chance of in some homes in our community. ence to the excursions down tho river growing rich in Mississippi. Timbered lands for sale. killing it altogether inudo tho vote Doubtless somo people whoread this after that memorable date, July 1st, 43 for ratification to 51' against. article. If any do, will think that tho 1019, wherein the old false Prophet Thus Piesldent Wilson in his egotism writer is one awful pessimist or half said that "never again would Fluke to have tho treaty ratified Just as I crazy, and wo may bo both, yet there do It." Provided nothing happens of MADE AND HANDED it to you or is much of truth in what wo have a providential nature, wo weigh an- - Bred Gilts and young Pigs. t. .. .....1 rea.c not ut all, lcgardless of what others said, and therein wo have expressed.1 cnui miu Innim fM. i11'lVlu ll'dll " Pedigree furnished. on the good Roat Angler, maned by might think of it, sees 'it as dead as honest convictions. thoso old Salts Pirtlo, Harrass and the proverbial "door nail." When LOYALL P. BENNETT, P. S. Two members of our firm are in the south and .M,iu tvnlv fnr flimklf. nhnnt. tho one man must rule things in that MOVE TO OWEXSROKO. V Hai'tfOl'd, Ky. know these propositions to be as represented. middle of next week, and when I say i Route 7 of manner, wo are drawing near sort the point of disembarkation. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, of this place, moved to Owensboro, yesto bo tho ago of drives terday, where they will remain during This seems or campaigns for funds for this, thnt, ho loose leaf tobacco season, Mr. Holand tho other. Wo don't get one off brook being connected with Tho of our hands befoie wo arc headed i Farmers Loose Leaf Warehouse Co., into another, all of which, so far as of that city, as Secretary-Treasure- r. ? our limited knowledgo extends, nro . nol !.,.(, wjn return hero Sat things go, j urduj. and wl)l llkely renmjn until abundantly worthy, and us entitled to support. Hut thore Is some- - U)e openjnK 0f tho season, which has thing wrong somewnero, noiiiuiuiiie been set for November 28. form of A 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. Will short or Incklng In our boasted reliblood smooths gion, perhaps wo should say with SIOIIT HKSTOKKI) TO take town property in exchange. and their religious organizations Tin: almost niiixi) 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court off old systems. Yes, we rather feel that Ky., could House. One-ha- lf bottom, the rest upland. ihr. G. R. Fulton, Wysox, tho troublo Is with tho system, or ' conhow to travel on the MrU-- j miles from Hartford, on good road. When you beuin .to show and feel iron into tho blood is assured by hardly bee , 50 acres four miner the lack of system. We your age, it in bee use your blood is the use of n natural form of soluble 73 acres near Newville. 5 room cottage, stable, tribute to most every thing or cause 'way by day. Ho tiled two Specialists iron known ns Acid Iron Mineral. thin and weak it no longer cnrricB presented, ruroly ever asking any and ono doctor, who fitted glasses, life and strength to different parts of Thlre are thousands of cases on rebarn and other buildings. Price $3,500. cord that prove this natural iron is a iiMi'kMnii ;ir in where or how it is to but his sight was not Improved. Ho tho body. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, powerful blood und nerve builder. The man or woman with warm, bo spent, if wo should inquire, the J went to J. 11. Tappan und had his For want of iron in the blood, you rich red blood retains the upearancu 10 acres wood, six room house, two barns, close to can read phm. are that tho solicitor could I troublo corrected. Now ho may bo old nt thirty, of you are more and feelingi of youth, in spite of tho says school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash, greening years. To ward oir tho rendily subject to tho attack of disnot toll us anything at all nbout It, or n newspaper, travel ut night und his. feebleness und appearance of old go ease without warning, or you will perhaps wo would not undorstand af- ho would not take a farm for ballance on a long time. is simply a matter of keeping the find yourself growing feebler day ter being told. Wo do not take tho glasses. You will do a lot of read125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per by day, blood pure and rich nnd filled with position thut good la not derived from ing these long winter nights, don't If you wunt to feel tho elasticity lifu and vigor. acre. Iron is the greatest and hurest of youth in jour veins, nnd avoid all the average contribution, but we are strain your eyes with poor glasses the complications nnd disappoint.blued maker, but heretofore thu dilV or tho opiulon that much of It never but come in and have tho correct culty has boon to procure it in a ments ot incrcuiing iiro, you will A blind mnri' r.Miclins tho Intondud spot, due to the glasses flttod to them. start taking Acid Iron Mineral at form which the human system would nb:-orin sulllciunt quantities to once, it contains no alcfihol or infatt tlmt thore Is entirely loo much would ha willing to pay a million bring satisfactory results. Pills und jurious drugs, und it will not blacken Real Estate and Insurance uvurhttad oipoiuu, und promlily that dollar for u good pair of eea if ho Uinica said to contain iron have uu-r"- v th" teeth lil.e most piuparutiuns of nut be lotmenwl vury much, all lmd thu money. ijm iron. brought only dunpnointment, KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, J. II. TAPPAN, It thu vUuruhw Druggists will refund thu purchase tin to thn ytuiii. t Jut now thure nud be no longer Jijwulor & Optician, price jhocrfully, if you failtoroceiso nny doubt or question, for u huecots-fu- l ot thifc Imwi were to uml; iHhulf the impiovemcnt you seek. mid reliable method of gottinj Hartford, Ky. el the yurt for fuudif to toif dls- 1 J tressed and ragged humanity within their shadows, "and their shadows U. S. ARMY GOODS FOR SALE. U. S. Army Ollvo Drab Wool Hlankets, Clean nnd Sanitary, The Home of , I High Class Merchand ISfcJ b d, J ' Hy-jac- c" " "t "' 'e I s, I Carson . Co. . !" Hartford, Kentucky. di-h- Bartow, Florida per-the- Oh! I See! MISSISSIPPI ht es BAIZE & CREEP, Hartford, Kentucky. -- r HOW MUCH DO YOU SHOW YOUR AGE new out wrinkles the nerves wards FOR SALE! Natural Iron enriches the strengthens age. lj CAL P. KEOWN & CO. 5 II ( P nmisEJ j) A II I A Good Point Now and then is relished by the best of men. For instance, do you know that vvtif jfv 0r.trrs, Cranberries and Celery of Messrs. J. W. and 0. A. Wright, of Ilecch Vnllcy, wero visitors at this the finest grade, for that Thanksgivoffico Monday, whllo In town, on bital- - ing dinner, ns well ns other occasions, ran bo had nt 11 CSS. CASI3BIER & TAYLOR'S. Mrs. I O. McKlnncy, of Center-tow- n llnrry May, who hns been In this and Mrs. Cozoy f)upuy, of Hock-jior- t, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. offico for n few weeks, resigned Saturday, lo take up work with tho sur11. Gillespie, Monday.' veying party, mnklng a Biirvey of tho Ilrlnrj mo your Junk, lings, Hides Hnrtford-OwensborState Aid road. nnd Furs. I pay cash. 1). L. D. SANDEFUIt, Mrs. James Lyons Is preparing to move to Atlanta, Ga., about the first 21 St Denver Dam, Ky. of the coining month, whero she will Mr. K. B. Ithoads, or tills place, join Mr. Lyons, who has a position lias been summoned as a Juror In with the Crensy Corporation, there. Federal Court, at Owonsboro, next Mr. Wndo Baize, of tho firm of week. Baize and Greep, wes In tho WashJames Hell, of Owonsboro, wns n ington and Bqda communities Inst Mr Kuest of his Bister, Mrs. A. F. Jones week taking oil anJ q:i leases. and .Mr. Jones, of this plncc, last Bnlzo rc'JcrtB Hint line of business good. week. town on business, Monday Mr. preparing to sell all of hh with a view of removing II. Tappan. to iiuithcrn Texns, aboil ; tho first Fresh Celery, Cranberries, Grapes, t D.'i ember. Apples, and everything you may need For your stomach's sake uso a or desire for that Thanksgiving din' malleable Monnrch range. Vitreous ACTON UKOS. ner, nt enameled, rust proff. On display Mrs. U. K. Lee Slmmerman and here. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. daughter. Miss Winnie, and Miss Beaver Dam, Ky. Hello Walker made a Jrlp to Owens-- i boro, last week-enlumber All kinds of second-han- d and building material, a lot of fine Mrs. Ollle Harnett Is quite sick, In rooms In tho homo of Mr. and shelving, drawers, tables and kindling i her buildings, opMrs. Howard Kills. Mrs. Harnett has for sal, at the Foglo posite the Court House. 111 for a week or more. been A. M. BARNETT. Mllllgan, of Hcflln. had Mrs. II. J. Fai-iFor Sale About 85 acres, good taken rooms here, for tho purpose of miles south-ea- st In school. Mr. improvements, 3 placing her children of Beaver Dam, close to schoolhouso Mllllgan will remain at Hcflln. and church. W. A. HOCKF.R, Mrs. A. M. McCracken, of Louis- lSt4p Beaver Dam, Ky. of tho ville, will arrive hero tho first week to visit her son, M. L. McCracMrs. D. II. Barnes, who underwent ken and family for a few days. an operation in the City Hospital, Owensboro, sometime ago, returned Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Johnson, of home Monday. Tho operation wns Livermoro wore guests of Miss Mumlo highly successful and Mrs. Barnes is Hennett and Mrs. Charlotte Taylor, of doing nicely. this place Monday and Tuesday. In . jv?0vv. Park, who lately moved to Owonsboro, was In Hartford Monday night, the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. .1. B. Mr. .T. C. Wilson, of Renfrow, wns Wllbon Is I J. Tho Do Lavnl is tho most elllclcnt moans of separating cream from milk. It Is efficient 40 years of separator building experience has brought tho best construction in every detail. Thnt'8 why the. Do Lnvnl skims so close, turns so easy and lasts bo long. Thero aro moro Do Laval separators in uso than all other makes combined. Make it an present. Ono that your wlfo will enjoy twico n. dny, every day In tho year, and It will pay for itself every year you uso it. Ask us about it. so X-m- ns JSP . ! en-- c If ' - I DUTCHESS TROUSERS 10c a Button, $1 a Rip J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. Both Phones. f h-- -t- J: -- a- d. o &- - are adorning the figures of over 2,000,000 satisfied wearers all over the country that they are warranted to wear everywhere. You had better see us today while the "pickin's RUBBER ROOFING good." "Null Sed." jsz(5p The Hartford KHIIUY. t The kind that lasts. We can make quick shipments. Write, Phone or Come. ', Republican .XOVKMIIKll 511 J Our Satiirdav ; Leader ! I Two cans Country Corn Gentlemen ,,Sc 1 . Remember If you wish to save erne The local Ladles' Heneflt Associa- third or moro of that d fuel tion of the Maccabees, will glvo a and keep your rooms good and warm, Masonic-Knighof box supper at the you may do so by putting in one of Pythias Hall on Thursday night next. those famous Air-tigHeaters, sold ACTON BROS. by Mrs. L. H. Hoover, of Mrtdlsonvllle. came up Tuesday for a weeks visit Mrs. G. P. Jones, of tho Washingwith relatives in and near Hartford. ton neighborhood, sold 38 head of Mr. Hoover will join her here Satur- turkeys hero Monday that weighed day. 422 pounds, bringing her $11!2.3S. Wo shook n bush ono day this wock Mrs. Jones' production of turkeys is Having bought our horse Collar!,, equal to the value of two or three and as a result hoard the jingling of 'wedding bolls. buggy and wagon Harness early. w$ acres of tobacco of a few years back can take care of you. J. 1). WILLIAMS & SONS. In and get your share of meat Come Rev. Eugene Sallee and wife, reHeaver Dam, Ky. quirk, If ou don't It will all he gone. turned missionaries from the ProA. J. WILLIAMS. vince of Honan, China, will arrive Mrs. W. S. Wheeler and family horc today, to bo the guests of Mr. Branch, where The finest lino of cook stoves and have moved to Horse G G. Fair and other relatives for a ranges over found in Hartford may bo they have purchased a smnll farm, short time. Rev. Sallee will fill tho n which they will reside in tlje fu- pulpit at the Baptist church tonight. seen on thu floor of ACTON I1UOS. high-pricets I I Be sure to order Ohio County Brand", t, . Fordsville Planing Mill Co. J.UCE AVILSON, JIanagcr FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 'ft .. I ture. v Miss Kttu Holder returned WednesCommonwealth's Attorney, C. 13. day from a few days visit with her Smith returned to Calhoun Tiies-day- , Bister, Mrs. J. W. llrlto, of Glcndean. WILLIAMS & DUKE after spending n couplo of days here IIAIITKOKO, KY. J J with his family. Circuit Court will Audry Nowcom and Hobart Tins-le- adjourn there Saturday. n who have been in Illinois for some tlnie, arrived home Wilson Jones and family of Chica, Wednesday. PERSONAL NEWS go, 111., after spending somo time hero with Mr. Jones parents, Mr. AND SOCIAL EVENTS Harnett Sullengor, who has been and Mrs. A. F. Jones, returned to In Littleton, Colo., for tho past two tholr homo last Friday. Wo pay cash every dny for eggs aud years, arrived here Wednesday, to'vls-i- t W. K. KLL1S & UU0. poultry. relatives. H. E. Duke, of this offico and Dowdcn Estes went to Bell's Hun last Dclmnr James is an addition to tho Bates to doctor h sick Mr. T. M. Maple, of Owensboro, Saturday. force in tho Republican office. tho community for sev- automobllo and Duke to attend, a seshas liccntn ono of sion of the Masonic Lodge. Miss Dewey Johnson was tho week-en- d eral days, buying tobacco for local houses. tho guest of Miss Marlon Hill. Miss Mattle Duke, who has a posiLeslie Woolen and Ester Bvnns, tion in tho Shclbyvlllo Schools, will Wo have ryo and timothy seed In both of Olaton. wero married In tho arrlvo hero Wednesday to spend the abundance. Court house yesterday, by County Thanksgiving holidays with her parW. 13. KLLIS & imo. ents, Mv. and Mrs. J. I). Duko. Judge, Mack Cook. Miss Hessio Clark and fathor, Mr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Onrnr Blansford and Misses Hertha Fentress, of Narrows W. A. Clark, wero In Owonsboro, SatOlivia Harrison, of Fordsvillo, chlldron nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dewey nnd urday. wore guests of Judge and Mrs. H. It Ward motored ovor from OwonsWedding kut week. boro Sunday, and spent tho day with Hr. Wolfolk Harrow, of Lexington, Mr. aud Mrs. Eldred Crabtree. and Mrs. II. P. is thu guest of Mr. Sirs. Lula Coppago and Mrs. It. It. Taylor. Delkor Buggies and Owensboro Wedding visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dun-deHnrrott'8 Ferry from Satur- Wagons are made of good material Loyd, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hyron Hean. of throughout. Wo huvo thorn bore at visited friends In Hockport, lnd., day until Tuesday. the old price. recently. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, The rabbit seaItuliMtN Wanted Ueavor Dam. opens Nov. in. If you get our B. B. Tlnsloy, or near town, was In son ' on busincsa tho first prices wo will get your rabbits. Evnnsvlllo, lnd., The Babbit season will open Nov. W. E. ELMS & uno. 20t:i of this week. 10th. Bring all of your rabbits to Mrs. Uornlco Frost nnd little mo. I will pa a high cash piico Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Baston, of tho wore visitors at dnughtor, of Muugo Mines, vlbltod for them. Cranu Pond Section, LOUIS RILEY, her father, Dr. B. 11. Pendleton und this ofllio.whlle in town, Monday. Hartford, Ky. 15t4 family here, Inst wek-enMrs. P. S. Coleman, of near Hope1 News has been received hero of will open a smnll moat market well, visited her dnughtor, Mrs. Edgar Htreet, tomorrow. Come in tho birth of a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, of Cincinnati, Ohio, recently. on Main and tuko n look, tlood stuff at a fair Sherman Slglor, of Doollttlo Mills, lnd. Mrs. Slglor was formerly Mrs. For nil kinds of first ilass food nt price. A. J. WILLIAMS. John W. Taylorr this placo. sco or call prices most reasonable, B. F. GAHHBHT, Mibs A'nna Rae Carbon, who has Quick nk's and a, profit rc.ison.nblo Sunnydalo. and doalor hhall bo been in the LouUvlIlo Conservatory of to both purchaser transaction!, in fowl, Music for some time, is expected to Gcorgo Leonard and Annie Gros.3. my motto in all arrive home Wednesday, accompanied groceries and raorchandlso. both resident of Owonsboro, were by Miss Mary Ellen Mooro, who will B. T. QABIlERT, Saturday, married at tho Court House Ky. Jwbit relative here for a fow days. Sunnydale, by Judge Mack Cook. f y, Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of Carrolton, after v.titlng relatr.es at rromweil. for the past month, sxiu from Friday until Sunday here with her sister, Mrs R. E. Duke ami Mr Luke. Mrs. 'VBannon wei t from bore to Central City, whevs sho will jniko n brief visit before rel.irnin homo I carry a full stock of staple and fancy groceries nnd everything found In a first class, general store, which I havo resolved to sell at tho narrowest margin of profit consistent with right and Justice to tho purchaser and myself. Give mo a trial. E. F. GABBERT, Sunnydale, Ky. north-westeT- LAND FOR SALE -- BY- MATTHEWS, KE0WN & MILLER Real Estate and .Insurance Agents FORDSVILLE, KY. i ss. u Tiukojs "Wanted For Thanksgiving. Do not sell your small turkeys. Hens should weigh at least 8 and gobblors Turkeys under these 10 pounds. wolghts aro usually poor and undeveloped. Thoro is no demand for them. Keep them for Xmas, but bring your mnrkctnblo turkeys to us and go,t tho cash. . Wo pay cash for all kinds of poultry and eggs. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 20t3 Tho Thanksgiving dnnco, Nov. 27, will bo ono of the swcllest affairs that has ever been pulled off in Hartford. Lovers of good music must not fail to hear Parr Bros., saxaphone orchestra, of Louisville, which will furnish tho music for this danco. Spectators will bo charged 25c plus wnr tax. All dancers, both far nnd near, aro invited to attend. Hours 9 P. M. to 3 A. M. L. T. RILEY & W. P. TAYLOR. Committee. o, d. mile to school, 2 miles to church. 190 acres, 2 miles south of Rock Vale, Ky. 100 acn level ana in high state ot cultivation, well fenced, dwelling, good orchard and plenty of water, FAILED TO WORD ROAD FINES AKE ASSESSED and tobacco barns, on public road, half mile to diurclui school. Ham.md and Wilbur Vanco wero summoned into County Court, Mon92 acres, VA mile N. E. of Reynolds Sta., Ky. Ni day on a charge of failure to work all fenced, 25 acres lull land balance bottom,. 85 tho public roads, and upon a hoarlng, dwelling, good tobacco barn and feed crass, wore eadi fined $2.C0 nnd roits, good orchard, on public road and on county ditch, all Cophas, a brother of the two above, was" acqulted of a like charge tax paid, half mile to church and school. : i 180 acres, 3 miles north of Fordsville, Ky. 120 acres cleared, balance in woods, dwelling, extra good out buildings, fine barn, good water, good orchard, 20 acres grass, 25 acres pasture, all under good fence 151 acres, 1 mile north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 12S acres, bottom. 23 acres hill land, 40 acres in woods, on pufe&t:: road and county ditch, all ditch tax paid. dwelling, good barn, good water and orchard, 10 acres grass. House and 10 acres of land, just outside the town limits of Fordsville, Ky. Good stable and out buildings, fine young orchard, 5 acres in grass. A bargain. 211 acres, 4 miles north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 10 acres cleared, balance in .woods. dwelling, two. good barns, fine well, on public road, 4 miles to R. R, Stsu 25 acres in grass, 8000 feet lumber to go with farm. 80 acres, 1 mile south of Askins, Ky., on public road, all' cleared, 12 acres bottom land, some timber, dwelling, small stable and tobacco barn, plenty of water, lial -- t, PHO.MItiKH OMITKD AMI 2 KING'S IN ODD CHIU3MONY r Tollmg 'em with ,. &3SKLl DRINEr im AV M ''HL. m U- Copyright Hit by K. J. KrynoMa I'ltlaliurB, Nov. 1G Dr. William Windsor, phrcnoloKlst and widely known locally as tliu "mnn who In different," was married the other day, and liko evorythlnK ulso conventions had to ro. Admit the only thing in common with other weddings wns a ceremony and an oi dalncd minister to tlo the knot. The ritual of the wcdilliiK oiiiiult- ted all tlio promises and leaned toIt was a ilou- ward compliments. ceremony, tlio lirldo first presenting the groom with a ring, ;it tho same time praising his "cour age, truthfulness ami grace." in return the groom credited hi hrlilo "naturalness, with four virtues purity, justice and beauty." When asked why "love, honor and obey" wero omitted tho doctor an swered with a snort: "Why bother lints" with promises? blc-rln- K 5 before the war c a package 5 during the war 5 c a package c a package mm KI.OIUIU FK.IITS PLAN TO KSTAIIMSII I.KPItOSAItlUM Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 15. is fighting with all tho strength at her command tho proposal of tho United States public health service to establish near Cedar Key a leprosarium upon which the government plans to spend nt least $500,000, and Governor Catts, State Health Officer Ualph N. Greene, and Joe L. Earman, chairman of tho Stato Hoard of Health, arc in Washington conferring with Surgeon General Rupert to Tilnn. The Florida delegation Congress also Is taking a hand In the matter and aro aiding In presenting NOW WlVW H Pi wmwmw . Wa aLLBa' aaaP mm- just your own cigarettes with Prince Albert you ever carried around in joy'us a sideline as quality, ! For, take it at any angle, you never got such your grip in your flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette you! will present life as every "P. A. home-madis the national joy smoke . mt4 aav'&o. you'll ..4. iinv red tins, handsome round ana half pound tin numwors and that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor veith aponi moisiener top that keeps Prince Albert in such perfect condition I ,.w vmf THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! ROLLING R. J. Reynold Winrton-Slcm.N.- Tobacco Company e" your bonnet! It's so Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under ! you just -- e delightful rolled into a cigarette and, so easy to roll And, A. is crimp cut You see, P. to it like you been doing it since away backl you don't Ioso a lot when you ! It stays put-a- nd and a cinch to handle ysjsMiagB eav Kk'jav'nwHw- .v.va.v . Florida's protest against the estab- start to hug the paper around the tobacco! you do in ahome-rclle- d You'll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as exclusive patented cicfette, too! Bite and parch are cut out by our to smoke process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men Prince Albert blazed he pipes where one was smoked before. Yes sir, what a wad of smokesport will ripple your way way. And, every time you fill up ! me-o-m- y, lishment of the colony. Commercial organizations throughout tho stato have taken tho matter in hand and n vigorous protest has been raised thru the entire peninsula. INAl'G'l'KAIiCOMMIlTKi: HOSTKK IIKADV SOON TOLITICAIj PAKAHKAPIIS. tho ly of $900,000,000. While Secretary and Gen. March, chief of .staff, are still recorded as tor th scheme, it is understood In congress that Gen. I'cibhing is to bo tho instrument for pulling tho department chestnuts out of the fire. At any rate. tho powers that bo at the head of the milltaiy establishment of the linked States have men with steady opposition since they proposed to extend tho army to tdx times what it was before the war and to do It in Hue of peace, and have determined to "back track." Claims Charges that tho War Hoard, in allowing a claim of to tho Standaid Steel Car Indiana, Company, of Hammond, mnde a present of Government funds to tho amount of nearly ?2,000,000 to that company; that Col. Evorett S. Hughes, U. S. A who negotiated tho contract and tho settlement, withheld from the Claims Hoard information which would have saved u large sum of money for tho Government; and that tho company procured u profit allowance, for tho Government based on misrepresentations of its' manufacturing costs, have been submitted under oath to tho Hou.so committee investigating ordnance expenditures, by L. J. Wakey, a cost accountant. In face of the opposition of Gen. Leonard Wood and other Republicans to a standing army of 57C.000 men, Secretary of War Maker is preparing to abandon his plan for that number at a cost to the taxpayers annual- GET Sporry comes back with a statement 2 GROWERS FOR 175.UUII US OF roilACl O should yourself that "on no account and the other members of tho ConKy.. Nov. lo. iiu. keep th , Frankfort, gross of the United States .m, n.wimt- tobacco deal in Franklin . cniriinrs nr in cuuiiii history was consumated tobitter winter coming on, tor me county's Sheriff Hayce Moore and uncertain and piobably manipulated day when sold to the R. J. decision of a convention over which Clarence Julian 17.V Company profiteers will have every Reynolds Tobacco the giant con 000 pounds of the 191S crop for $51.financial Inducement to exercise .. ii.,, ". ( trol." The Government has been cleaned out of several millions in its castor Military enthusiasts oil experiment. of the Signal Corps induced a largo number of fnrmer.s to engage In castor bean growing, because 3,000,000 gallons of castor oil was needed to lubricate the rotary engines in the aircraft of the Allies and those which it was supposed the United States would build. To tills end the War $2,231,000. expended Department The farmers raised and delivered 1S:J,S16 bushels of beans and of claims against tho. Gov ernment which aro pending. The air service now hopes the claims can to $3,000,000. bo scaled-dow- n -- 100. a CAS.TO RIA - Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR SUCKERS AND hUCKER 1IAIT A Frankfort. Ky.. Nov. 15 The complete roster of the committees who will have chargo of the Inaugural ceremonies will be handed to John G. South, chairman of the organlza s Hon. Monday morning. These bo published Tuesday will morning and then the work of pre paring for the Inauguration will gj ahead rapidly. The executive com mlttee selected Mrs. J. C. Uailey as chairman and Mrs. Wclsingcr LIndsey and Mrs. Ann Montgomery School-Hel- d as vice chairman of tho ladle.' The women reception committee. were notified today of their appoint- melnts and have accepted them, so that the full ladles' reception com mittee will be completed Monday and handed In with the other list of com-mlttic- H" 137 f Every Woman Wants r jr 1 DIolved in water for douche topr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydio E. Pinkham Med. Co, for ten yrarj. A healing wonJer for natal catarrh, sore throat and tore eye Economical. Hat citnovdinary rlcaofiog and trnnmJal BVntom:. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE J : Vernufu& For the Children ' WOLIttp r"rr. Republican members of tho Hoiibo have been overwhelmed with letters or commendation on their action in preventing a right to policemen in tho District of Columbia to becomo members of labor unions. Tho vote was 222 to 8 und tho Democrats Joined in tho action, but tho Republican leaders took tho Initiative on tho ground that tho pollco uro officers of tho luw for tho mulntainanco or urder and that to dlldo their allegiance would subvert tho Govern-moand mean an ultiinuto Uolsho-vts- t rule. CongrohS bus made up its mind to check radicalism before It oes too far. v Speaking of ilolshovlbiii, Marvin Gates Sporry, national president of tlio Private Soldiers' and Sailors' set up by n comparatively small number In opposition to tho American Legion, haB written a letter to Representative Josoph W. Fordnoy, of Michigan, chairman of the Ways and Moans Committee, in which ho asks a $5(10 bonus for all tho private who participated in tho World referendum War. Ha suggests a vole among the soldlora on tbo subject. Foulnoy ropllml that hu flrut wstutud to know what th American Legion would say on tho subject ni their convention in Minneapolis. nt n. sol-dlo- rs mail. U reader sends us two letters from Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, a concern in which she bought stock hands, 'or feet requires a powerful A Safe, from which she hns had no return, remedy that will penetrate the flesh Remedy for Worms get and asks if wo can do anything to Ilallard's Snow Liniment possesses fara" rnntlno. RerentT-llfmoney back. Wo cannot. Mon- that power. Rubbed in where the her 9! &h2 tratlmonUil nua il4 la Uf ey paid for worthless stocks is, as pain is felt Is all that is necessary to FltEY'H VKKMll'UUr.ian bSer I just the same as thrown relieve suffering and restore noimal a rule, Krpa bottia alaja on hand. II Kill hf1k.N-- i ilia lata oiira away. It docs seem that by this time conditions. lupp and liratUir Price 25c, 5uc and $1.00 Or. a bottla at Tw people should know per bottle. Sold by Ohio County all grown-u- p or tff neral alor t or It jour diulcr can't .unplj ion m better than to put money Into con- Drug Co Succeed when everything rise fails. MDlhlinamranilS In.tauiin au a botua ami wa'll aeni . cerns of which they know nothing, ; In nervous prostration and female lirompll;. .vcaVncsse they are the suprttnc but thousands just keep on doing it. PAID SJ.000 FOR SHAVE; E. & S. FREY remedy, m thousands have testified. newspapers, for exl,i:T (ROW AFTER THAT MD. Tho Republican House has passed Tlio Nashville BALTIMOnC AND FOR KIDNEY, LIVER "' ample, aio running full of oil stock a bill for the holding of an Interna STOMACH TROUBLE days, and every ''-.. Nov. 15. t'ol Washington to dis advertisements these ConneUsl!f. tional Congress in it is the best medicine ever told is evidence that James J. U.irnhurt. Mio sonei' in tin over a druggist's counter. cuss means of assisting In the de- such advertisement abundant. Civil War, nas an nnusuaily 'ong .crop is still velopment of cable and radio com- the sucker WILL Otherwise, the men who aro selling and flowim. heir I Ho co:feistd munication between tho nations and TAKE be spending recently why he had allo'vod it to would not continents of tho world. At present this stock good money to pay for sucker bait grow. Tho o done! said his last UNO FROM CHERRY-BLOSSOtime tho cable situation is such that Just about the first rule of prudent shave was in Atlanta during tne tho United btates is at tho mercy of is to put your money into The Japanese Give Good Example other nations, as they control cablo Investment you know something about famous Sherman's march to tho soa. & Treatment aSBlDLlHk. messages and something When the Georgia barber chnrged lines, route commercial.....,. It is a pro- ,.,.. .i ... nil ....... or can keep an, eye. on. . And . proba htm $4,000 in confederate money for . for WEAK . . aro in a posiuuii , verb or c hurry -i " work ho swore that ho novor advantage. Blossom Itud sages for their own SJi LUNGS or .... . the .. CUIU UIIU UUIJ j.iwjvv --- agiUn would touch u razor to his that Ijcnuty oi overnight. figCONSUMPTION face and ens to muko you rich cheok. And he never did. A Good Coitfrh Medicine for Chihlien ure lcpcutl Agriculturist. W. Phillips, Redon, Ga., Southern Mrs. J. on womanly EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC Iicaltii. phoned to J. M. Floyd, tho merchant A quick relict lor Hut HrH. nimlown fetlioc. pln In r con.umptlon. It Iirmoi. thoro for a bottle of Chamberlain's What ia it couithi, weak luoci cli.'t. nltlit veaU. It doeo A DOLLAR SAVED. that makes our ibarra, you 11 cotla you aiolMot, Cough Remedy and said Blie had your hens a paying oolhelp Are American wo bought a bottle of it at his store rc- iitpriof Umi k.ilot OHIO MEDICAL CO. SKiKtw For a limited time we of- - proposition? Eggs are high doing her nnntiv ami that It wns salluw-faci'i- l, cirso much good that she want-- 1 fer our readers the Louisville er today than ever before in with dark chlldren cles untlir tlio ed to keep up uio ireaunmu. .uu.p .. YZTQ& and The Hart-wi- ll the history of the country. cyei, ami r , ., nothing better for coughs I find often old at USELIV-VER-LA- a Republican both one ;They will bring a better price and colds in children or for yourself, ford forh fivowlii!! tllt'V fllOlllll Ix It keeps the cough looso, expectora-- 1 year for $5.50. To get ad-tio- n this winter. intlnir priux? . r eaby and soon frees tho system rat - vou It pays big dividends to wj Women 5uf-fin vaiibuKb v from the cold. T1 I PallonTcJrt Company. Mtaa. 00 Blttn M oiric tt ffL S3 H drnr-rUt'- a YOU. OUR ''mm I GERMINAL REMEDY - ; ,", BEllHlWir Pa FOR ONE MONTH ... iw -- cr them in first class conmust be paid in advance.'' The rule applies to both e ailion. '""'""noAils , See that they have one Warsaw, Ky., Nov. in. Gallatin and Old SUDSCriDers. y tho issue oft county today votod for of Send your order to The $80,000 load bonds for tho purpose Hen Tonic mixed with their Hartford Republican. of building roads and bridges in the feed three times a week and county und to have same applied to LOAD niHISGh si.O-- 7. tho building of the proposed federal watch results. highway from Cincinnati to Louis-- ( Kmporla, Knn., Nov. 1C. A wagon For sale by villo. Tho majority of tho county "" - in pirlluwxl nclic, Egg-a-Da- from hack- and headaches, followed by irrcgulantic-- and iw u result diseases oi the wornaiilv organs are inoro cotninoii than uny one but u physician in active spinc-acli- o For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation Feel rlRht nil tho time. Don't lay c from work for days by taking calome keeps yo when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troulx lo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don! tako anything else. You can't afford it. EiiminnteB poisons, cleanses y tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, eura in its effect und certain in results. Ifr won't bo long beforo Liu- - VeLax win completely displaco calomel in evcri Iiomc.i Cnlldren can tako it freely uno With perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nor. genuine without tho likeness and sij,'o.'i turo of L. K. Gruisby. For Balo by r practice could suppose. fw ' AM-'AIA- , for tho bond issue was '.253. CASTOR. A For Infants and Children In Use For0ver30 Years Always be the Sicnutuic &S&&. load of alfalfa seed which was haul ed from his farm to Kmporla by W. II. Stead recontly Is declared to hn the most vuluablo load of farm products over inurkoted in tho Sunflower Stato. ' One thousand nlno hundred and twenty-sove- n dollars and twenty-llv- o contH wore paid to Stead for the 102 bushels of seed, which was at tho rate of $19 per bushel. After long experienro in tho treatment omen's diseases, Dr. 1'icrco evolved n 'vccctablo tonic unil (orrtctlvo which hu failed Dr. Pierre's Favorite Proscription, This is a purely vegetable preparation, without u particle of alcohol contained A. C. Leach, Hosino, Ky. in it C. E. Crowdcr, Horton, Ky. When a woman complains of hackaclio, ilizzincM or pain when every tlilnn lool.u A. W. Willis, Hartford, It. 1. lilaek liefoie her eyes n dragging liclinKi A. W. Mldklff, Sulphur Springs. u, with nervoiKiioss, tlio or hearing-diC. C. King, Dundee. blumld turn to tliU "temperance" herbal Growder, Suiinydale. ' tonic. It can be obtained in almost every l'eter drug store in tho land and the ingredients K. Renfrew & Co., Narrows. Laws U Harrison, Narrows, It. 1, tiro printed in plain KtiglLh on tlio wrapper. Put up in tablets or liquid. L. C. Morton & Sou, Ccntcrtown. Dr. Pierce, of Invalids' Hotel, Hulfalo, Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. N. Y., will Fend a triul fcUc o thli Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky, tablets fvr tcu ceuts.j m -- shrouds Ilonnott, G. C, snrvcylng Co. 28.70 Heaver Dam Pig. Mill Co., S Farmer, P. F samo 2.00' 2.00 Ilrown, John, bnullng &c. . . . 17.S0 windows Alms Houso farm J7.70 Klmmel. L. A., samo 3.80 .1.00 Ilalze, It. L hauling brldgo Ilrown, Q. It., Per Dlom Ilonnott & Co., repairing graFulkerson, Alvls, samo 3.80 .1.00 Illnnkonsblp, W. C, Por Dlom timber 14.00 der & tank 1.00 Hnrnnrd, W. P., samo 2.00 Hell, John, 75 ft. lbr Dowcll, Fiifus, lumber &labnr 35.13 Heaver Dam Pig. Co., pipe Ac 2.00 Wood, John II., same 2.00 for engine 7.65 3.30 Dennett. W. C, 2 brlilg. sills. FINANCIAL ktatkmknt of Ohio County. Kentucky. showing summnry Duko, E. P., nails 2.25 CnlTmnn, W. F., Bamo .1.90 3.00 Samo, 250 ft lx 12 plno lbr.. . 15.00 Ilalzr, R, L hauling brldgo ol receipts nutl disbursements, together with Itemized list of claims allow- Dean, W. S Por Dlom Rondor, Iris, samo .1.90' 23.07 Hrndley & Gllbort, 1 case of lumber 8.00 Nail, J, N., snmo ed from Jiuiiiiiry 1st, 1U18 to January 1st, 1019. To tlio Fiscal Court of Same, expensos to Newport. 2.00 Add, Mcb. paper Daugherty, W. C, Per Dlom . 12.10 Drown, Q. It , l'ir Limn . 3.00 Ohio County: 3.00 IIIII, T. A snmo 2.00 Same, Sheriff cash book 15.20 Same, 2 dn. ns toei G 1') Wo, your commissioners heretofore appointed to Investigate ns to tlio Jnrninrs Union Milling Co. llonnett, S. P., samo 4.40 I 00 116.55 llratcber. S. A., sen ices as Garden, Wilbur, work on ro:U 4U2 it. lumiicr Receipts mid Disbursements of Ohio County for tlio year 1!H8 anil to ascerWillis, O. P., samo 4.40 Sboilff 8.34 3r?.70 Cobb & Richards, nulls tain the County's financial condition on Jnnuary 1st, 1919, beg to report Owen, W. A., 417 ft. lbr. ?70 Shultz, J. T., samo 2.00 Illcc, II. F., Per Dlom Craig, O. A., toi;: 2 da 3.00 lllankenship, W. C, Clerk 8 "i0 Cnrter, C. C, samo as follows: 2.00 Hoard Supervisors Howe, (J. W.. Per Dlom 22 r.0 Cooper, W. C , o.il lor onglnn 3.00 IlKCIW'TN. Greer, J. A., same 4.50 .$ 7,281.67 Rhoads, II. C, Per Dlom 3.00, Same, services as Clc'rk Jim. lid, cash on hands In General Fund li.. 14 grading 7.35 .Tnylor, R. F samo 4.50 4,5'9o.3i Snme, 2 flays as Committee . G.OO Same, Per Dlom . 6.00 Gocbe), S lu.i. on II. .l:iu. Int. cmali on hands in Sinking Fund Camhron, C. M., samo 2.00 10,000.00 Stevens, Sam L., expenses to Ilrown, Q. II., 4 dn. us co 11. J200 & H. road 1 60 ;Pntton, J. L .Inn. 12th, received from Hank of Hartford on loan samo 2.00 10,000.00 0 on Itauglierty, W. C, 5 brdg. sihs Newport 19.12 Same, Por Dlom 2 95 Dennis, C. C, same Jim. 23rd, received from S. O. Kcown, for taxes 3.80 2,441.02 Snme, 1 Drown, Lewis, 2 da. surveying da. surveying Co. Samo, 2 days coin K0I1. 7th, received from S. O. Keown, for tnxes j00 Southard. .T. II.. samo 3.S0 II & H. road' 400.00 i.no Same, farm r lom 4.50 Jan. 9th, received from Kdgnr Ihirnnrd, on loan 3.00 Durgcss, Orovcr, samo 2 30 1.00 Same, Pcd Dlom Oscar, surveying Evans, W. II.. & Frank, haul3.00 Dennett, Jnn. 10th, received from II. W. Taylor Scott, O. E same 2 no 231.81 Slovens, It. F., arresting Geo. II. & H. road 1 lib, received from H. O. Keown, for taxes ing and labor 4.00 Fob. 40.90 Taylor, W. P., samo C.OO lO.lO Sewcll Ac East St. Louis Ilridg. Co.. 1st 4.50 llalzo. N. W., 4 da. hauling Fob. 20th, received from Mack Cook, for Sutton llros Howo. Abo. samo c.nn gravel 21.08 Shown, Ed, Per Dlom payt. Coloman Drldco I. C. It. It. Co., rcbato on freight 12.00 3.00 Mar. 2nd, received from 2,500.00 Hnyncs. Waldon. samo 2 00 Craig. C. A., lbr. & building 6.00 Wilson, Jno. II., surveying Co. GllCSliIc llros. G95 tnkna TT. S. I.. Fulkerson, for Pauper Coffin Mar. nth. received from Mldklff, S. G samo 2.00 bridge 22.no farm & H. road 41.64 7.50 from 11. F. Rico, dollii(iient tuxes Mar. Sth, received 20.85 llratcber, C, M samo 5.40 1,722.11 Yalo & Towno Mfg. Co,, reColeman, John. 2 da. labor Mnr. 18, received from State on Hartford and Morgantown road Samo, Repairs on Ilridg O. rd. 2,85 Evans. S. V., Ramo 5.40 C9G.r.7 pairing Jail Lock Reynolds brldgo 4.00 Canary, G. G., team 3.20 received from Statu on Hartford and Owensboro road Mnr. ISth, 2.00 33.00 Howell, O. D same 211.48 Acton llros., Chancellor, J. W., labor on C. mdse. Alms 18th, received from I. C. K. It. Co., rebate on freight. . . . Mar. Stewart. E. U team 62.00 Arnold, C. W., samo 2.00 & C. road 678.34 House 48.45 Parks, M. P., team 26.32 Mar. 20th, received from Mnck Cook, snlu of Alms Houso farm. 2.80 44.75 Allen, F. O., samo "3!s5 Carter, J. T member Hoard 14.35 Same, mdse., Co. Jail Mnr. 21st, received from I. C. It. It. Co., rebate on freight Tlchenor, L. D., team .15.00 Park. D. M samo 2.80 Supervisors ",100.81 Anderson, Ulnlle, reporting 22.50 Tanner, J. W., team Apr. 2nd, received from S. A. IJratcbcr, for taxes 2.00 41.75 McFarland, George, samo .. . 75.74 evidence Apr. aril, received from V. ('. Illfiikensblp, land kales 29.70 Cook, Mack, tclephouo mes. Shown. Lon, team 2.00 35.00 Loncy, L. D snmo 9.10 Hozarth, Ira, 400 ft lbr. & Express 5.74 Acton, J. V team Aug. :trd, received from Worth Tlchenor, Tor City of Hartford. . 3.50 5.00 Park, W. P., samo 4.000.00 nails 10. 65 Carson &. Co 256 yds linoleum 5S0.20 Hoover, C. W team Aug. 8th, recolved from Sam L. Stevens, on loan 3.50 67.50 Vnncc, R. C samo 00 0.00 Hates, J. A 390 ft lbr Aug. 8th, received from Hunk of Hartford, on loan 8.80 Daniel. Lonnlo, 2 da. labor Gray, OIIIc, team 2.00 20.00 Klrtley, Ed, samo Reynolds brdg 1,386.90 llaize, Htifus, hauling lbr. . . . 4.00 Canary, M team Aug. 1ith, received from Mack Cook, notes on Alms Houso farm 5.00 2.00 16.50 PhlPPS. Gcorgo M., samo 2,000.00 Ilrown, John, 3 days labor. . 15.71 Dalrd, E. C, labor Aug. 19th, received from S. A. llratcber. for taxes 6.00 Durham, S. L., 527 ft. lumber 26.25 Hubert, Ashley, team wk. on .125.94 Hennott, Sam, labor uu brdg. . Aug. Hint, received from W. C. Hhinkenshlp, sale of Junk 2.00 Daugherty, W. C, 3 & da. as Wcsterfield, II. jftamo "ad 22.87 16.09 8,250.30 Ilrown. Bottle, mdse. destroycbmmittco 10.50 Dennett. R., samo Sept. llh, received from S. A. llratcber, taxes 14.9G Ashley, Lonnlo, team work on 11.50 ed Smallpox Sept. 11th, received from Mack Cook, salo old bridge and lumber 48.95 Same, Cash palif for lbr. &c. . 42.62 Dalrd, C, same roatl 10.00 14.90 . 0,642.63 Dean llros., roofing & lbr. . . com. p.: Darncs, R. L., same 1.59 Same, I'er Dlom ....6.00 Oct. Itrd, received from S. A. llratcber, for taxes 13.84 Allen, John, wk. on Cromwell "6.00 Dennett, E. L., same 5.000.00 lllankenship, W. C, Per Diem . Oct. lr.th, received from S. A. llratcber, for taxes 9.00 Snme, Per Diem roart 5.7C 16.09 5.G50.34 Same, services as Clerk.... 121.87 Dean, W. S. 5 da. as com... 15.00 Jones, C same Nov. Ilrd. received from S. A. Drntchor, for taxes 16.09 Ballard, James, hauling lbr. & 2,000.00 lialrd, E. C, team on road.. Nov 1 9th, received from S. A. llratcber, for taxes 3.00 Jones, E. samo 9.00 Same, I'er Diem lal)or 19.30 13.84' Same, hauling 2.25 llratcber, S, A., services as Davenport, A. J., Int. on F. C. Nov, 20th, received from Adams Express Co., charges, ret Shown, Lon, samo rock gravel . . 9.00 16.87 8.00 Sheriff . Nov 20th, received fiom Mark Cook 77.61 Hoover, A samo 69.00 W. No. 1775 Bennett, L. P. team on rd 5 da 24.70 13.84 7,718.23 Dalrd. E. C Veterinary Ser- Evans. Will, bills & building Dec Ctb. received from S. A. llratcber, for taxes Richardson, O., aame Bennett, Haskell, 4 da. labor 225 2G.25 bridges vices . . Dec. Hth, received from Mack Cook, for lumber, fines &c. . . . ; 37.95 Wcsterfield, C. sanis 23.00 on road, 2,25 8.00 4,141.17 Dlrkhead, E. 10.. Stamps. S A llratcber, taxes to pay Claims for plowing on roads 12.00 Ellis. W. E. & Hro., 1 V bbls. Parks, L., &amo 9.00 15.75 Bratcher, S. A., grader blado 1,120.97 Carson & Co., clothing Ity Deficit In' various funds lime. Alms House 3.00 :.!llh-- , W.. sumo for Same, services as Sheriff. . . 191.45 9,34 Alms Houso 200.20 Farmer, Dave, hauling brdg. Tanner, J. W., same Baize, N. R., sills bldg. bridge 30.90 2.25 lumber .14S.77 Carson & Co. mdso. for Jail . . 9.00 Rowan, C, samo Grand Total of all funds received 7.25 1.1.72 Brown, Q. D., 3 da. commltteo 9.00 i)isiiiTitsi'Mi:.vrs Carter, James, work on CarFunk. Estill, 4 gills & bldg. ' Harris, Harland, samo 13.84 Hlankenshlp, W. C, services bridge .$ 12.777, ter Hill 12.00 Hines, W. A l'nlil out of (Jenernl Expense Fund 31.20 ns Clerk 593.69 12.03 1,400, Holder, A. W., lbr. & nails.. 29.51 Ward, V. C, same Crowder, II. T conveying 1'alil out of Salary Fund for Salaries 3.00 7.O8 Same, Per Diem 2.G17, Paupers to Alms House. . . 4.00 Harrison, J. Il team Reyl'aid out of Charity Fund, for Alms House Canary, M., same Brown, John D., labor &c. . . . 23.00 11.59 G12, nolds bridge 20.00 Canary, G. G., same l'nlil out of Charity Fund, outside of Alms House Clark, Sylvester, 5 trees for Barrass, E. G., 54 ft. lbr. . . . 1.08 9.33 22,015, J. C, Warrants Issued for borrowed money Duko, J. F., samo sills 7.50 Haynes, bridge team, Rey8.21 Brown, Q. D., Per Diem 3.00 G04, nolds 2.50 Dalrd. A., same I'nld out on account of Vital Statistics Cheek. J, P., team and labor 4.75 Chancellor, Adam, blacksmith 2.25 11,724, Amount set aside to Sinking Fund Casobior, J. F pauper coffin . 15.00 Hoover, H. 11., 2331 ft. lbr.. . 53.79 1 alrd, C, samo wrk 1.35 2.25 5,020, I'aid out of J. S. A. Fund. II irtford and Owensboro road. 5.00 1 ucKer m same Same, tools & auto hire 3.90 Hun", Dock, 2A 1 dn labor brdg 9.60 13.50 Carson, U. S., fuse, caps, nails 95, lllnton, Tom, da. labor I'nld out of J. S. A. Fund, Hartford and Morgantown roa Ashloy, D team Campbell. W. II., 2732 ft. lbr. 6S.00 35.75 Craig. C. A., building brldgo. lO'.OO IS, 739, on road l'uicl out of It. & II. Fund, on roads and bridges 3.00 Hoover, C. W., same Carson, U. S., supplies for 16.00 28.25 Same, team on road l'aid out of J. S. A. Fund, on Hartford and Hardlnsburg'. id... 5.442, Parks, M. P., same' Court House 3.10 Hoover, F. M., 400 ft. lbr. & 35.75 Casebier, J. F. & Co., uso of 4,141, nails out by Sheriff for claims plowing on roads &c. . . . 5.90 Wcsterfield, l'aid Same, 30 ills, and 3 bales wire 27.45 tractor J. R., same 30.00 35.75 7.897, on Hiilaiicc of 1918 claims unpaid Jan. 1st, 1919 Dalrd, A. L., same Durham, S. L.. 508 ft. lbr 15.24 Hliies, A. G., 1 dn. 35.75 Dodson, Roy, team on road . . 22.50 road 2.00 Stewart, E. J3 samo Daugherty. W. C, 3 da. as 4.25 2S.25 Same, repairing bridge $9G.14S.77 Gray, Ollle, same committee 9.00 Hartford Printing Co., Adv. & 13.50 34.50 Same, labor and plow Printing Tim Indebtedness of Ohio County on Jan. 1st, 1919, is as fol48.85 ''ean. Lon.. samo Same, conv. Pete Norman to 5.85 33.25 Duke, E. F nails lows, t: 1.60 "lichenor, L. D., samo .' Hartford 4.50 Her. J. C, scythe & nails. . . 35.75 Downs, C. IL, team on rd. 2V King. John, 1 da. labor on rd. $48,500.00 Same, Per Diem Funding Ilonds outstanding, bearing 5 per cent Interest 2.00 Shown, Lon, same 9.00 days 10.00 35.75 16,139.96 Dawson, L. J., hauling brdg. King, Ellis, 2 da. on II. & H. Other outstanding, Interest bearing Warrants Tanner, J. V., same 9.00 10.75 Dean, W. S 3 da. as com.. . $G4,G:S9.9G road Total Indebtedness 4.00 Wcsterfield, T., samo y sills 16.00 Loycl, 3.00 35.75 Same, Per Diem H. D. 4034 ft. lumber. Tbero was transferred from the amount of tuxes collected during 80.38 Westcrfleld, II., samo Dean, W. S., Per Dlom 9.00 .75 Elder, S. I., repairing brdg etc 17.00 Leisure, Arvin, wk. on road . 4S.45 Curtis, A., livery thu year 19 IS, to the Sinking Fund, to pay County's in Evans. Frank, sills & building 3 7.50 Evans, Frank, building $1 1.724. OS dqbtedness, the sum of brldgo Dnird, E. C, to Foreman . . . 24.50 54.70 Llndley, Nat, member Doard bridges 42.00 Supervisors . . And the amount on bands in Sinking Fund, Jan. 1st, 191S was. . 4,590.31 Foreman, E. P., lbr. for brdg. 16.50 22.50 Dennett, E. L., labor 9.45 Evorllng, J. E., 7 da work on Leach, W. L., member Doard . Faugbt. Hubert, 900 Ward, G. C, samo 37.20 21.00 Jail 10.57 $16,314.39 Gray, Sherman, 2 da. ft Mr.. Supervisors y Total 22.50 Mills, W., same hauling 8.00 G.07 Foreman, IL F timber & la- Llvcrmoro Hardware Co., DyAnd the Disbursements from the Sinking Fund during the year Canary, M., samo Hardistor, Tom, hauling lbr. bor 13.00 4.95 1 9 IS, nro ns follows, t: IS. 40 Jones, E samo 1 day 3.00 namite &c 2.92 Hoagland, Dennis, team 4 da 1.209.00 Hocker. Scioto, 1025 ft. lbr.. 30.45 Likens, R. 1, coffins &c Loyd Alar. 15th, Interest on Funding Ilonds Jones, C, samo on road 20.00 4.05 1,203.00 Hoagland. Pat. 405S ft. lbr.. . 101.15 Raymcr Sept. 1 5th, Interest uu Funding lloud's 16.20 Hoover, A. II., same 15.07 Hoover, Dennis, labor 5 da on Miller, J. II., S da. labor & M 182 ft. lbr. . . Westerfleld, H same . . . . 17.62 3.05 Hoover. F. road 10.00 $ 2,412.00 r 1 day team Total 15.50 Emberton. J. B.. samn j 13 95 Hartford Printing Co., print$13,902.39 llarrol llros. drags for E. Dalance Cash 'on hand In Sinking Fund 200 ft. lbr. . . . Rhoads, A., samo Duke 5.00 4.60, Mitchell. Dan. ing ballots &c 180.05 9 ,45 ; : $10,314.39 Total' Mlller.-- L. P.. 1 dn.- - labor on Illncs, A., same 11.04 9 ,90 Hoover. II. D., 552 ft. lbr.. . . Hub Clothing Co., clothing for llalaiice of cash on bunds, Jan. 1st, 1919, In Sinking Fund to pay ' bridge 2.00 Shown, Lon, samo 9.95 2.25 Hartford Mill Co., 1 sack cc- Jail $13,902.39 Indebtedness Maxcy, C. I., member Doard Dennett, L samo ment for A. House 1.25 4.50 1,120.97 Hartford Mill Co., glass & flro Deficit in Geueral Fund Supervisor .' 12.50 Ashley, D., team da. work brick .7.30 23.50 Hines, W. A., 12 $12,781.42 Net Cash on hands in Sinking Fund V. A., Matthews, member Westerfleld, H same on Jail &c 37.20 Jackson, Itobt., 3 4.74 da. work Doard Supervisors 22.50 lloovor, C. W., samo 14.00 Heflln, W. M., 21711 ft. brdg. boiler 10.50 Subtracting the amount of cash on hands in Sinking Fund from the Moore, John, 2 da, labor II. M. P.. samo Parks, 654.03 lumber 3.00 28.50 amount of outstanding Interest bearing Indebtedness, leaves tho total In- Lamb. Ellis, hauling lbr 4.00 Westerfleld, T., samo 5.55 Leach, Jake, repairing brdg.. .00 & H. road 28.50 Her, J. C, nails debtedness of Ohio .County, on January 1st, 1919, the sum of $51,S5S.54. 'Minor, Jno. W., Ex. Inspecting l'ean, L., samo Lake, Olden, repairing brdg.. 17.00 Jarnagin, Joe, blasting rock, 400 Fiscal Court of Ohio County; Greeting: 3. 02 Shown, Lon, bomo ueynnuis isrnigo Cromwell road 28.20 IS. 50 We, your Committee, appointed by the Ohio County Fiscal Court, to make Mashlo, Lewis, Int. on F. C. Tanner, J. W samo W. No. 1760 SG.33 Northern, II. M., hauling Ai 25.00 James Clarence, powder, fuso, a financial statemi'iit of Ohio County, would most respectfully submit tli) 6.00 TIchonor, L. D., samo labor ; etc 4.25 2S.50 foregoing, as a truo statement of the finances of Ohio County, we further re- Miller, J. E., work on road . 71.70 Nail, Henry, building case. . 4.50 Westerfleld, J. R samo 5.00 5.60 28.50 Jeffries, Ike, 1 keg nails... port, that wo have put In eight days in making tlio report for tho years Magna, J. C, rebuilding brdg. Ohio County Drug Co., Paint 5 da labor on road Hoover. C. W., samo . . , . . 24.84 Kirk, J. E., 10.00 1917 nml 191S, and wo further state that we believe the foregoing state- Miller Allen, 1 da. work on ".1.60 Dalrd, E. C, samo for Alms House 1 da work on holler 3.00 9.35 Miller, Allen, ment l truo to tho best of our kuowledgo and belief. engine Curtis, A., samo Moore, Energy, 125 ft. lbr. . . 3.00 2.50 Same, mdso. &c inmates Alms '5.40 J. II. WOOD, Houso 27.35 Dalrd, E. C, Foroman Morrison, C. E Ins. Coleman 31.50 Mldklff, A. F., lbr, nails, & J. L. 1IKOWN. hauling Westorfleld, IL, labor brldgo 5.75 21.00 Phillips, Arthur, team & labor 27.00 w.c.iilankensiiip, McKonney, Slgsby, 2 Vi da. Reynolds brldgo 52.20 Dennett, R samo 13.50 Marlowo, Walter, building Committee. bridge 12.'00 Westerfleld, G., samo work on road S.75 Phillips S. L team Reynolds 18.00 Subscribed and sworn to before me, by J. I,. Ilrown, J. II. Wood and W. bridge 29.70 Emberton, J. it., samo Newcomb. L. L.. 22S2 ft. lbr. 56.75 22.50 Martin, R. D., delivering balC. lllankenship, this thu 9th day of September, 1919. Jones, E., same lot boxes 32.00 Newcomb, W. F.. 471G ft. lbr. 117.60 Pulllam, Clarence. 420 ft. lbr. 10.50 ' 21.37 W. C. IILANKENSHIP. Clerk. Westerfleld, J. It., samo Owen, It. A., 828 ft. lbr 20.70 Park, C. C, repairing road 1.12 Miller, J. W'., timber, nails & lly MVUTIK MADUOX, 1). C. s hauling Hines, Andy, samo scraper .GO 42.70 Ohio County Drug Co., nied. 10.12 4 Brooks, O., samo 7.00 for Jail & A. Houso .51.70 Reynolds, L, W., team on 12.37 Maddox, It. W., blasting rock Lint of claims embraced in tho foregoing condensed statement Is ns Mahnnoy, John, 7 da work II. L., same bridge Reynolds 8.47 Pollard, Willie, 336 ft. lbr... 5.00 Wade, 1.12 on jail Reynolds, Foster, team on Rowan, Claude, samo Pulllam, Clarence, 420 ft. lbr. 10.50 22.50 14.62 Reynolds bridge 3.00 5,00 Jones, Cliff, samo 9.00 Render, Herman, wk. on road List of claims allowed by the Ohio Shown, Ed., Per Diem 12.37 Nabors, Felix, 7 da labor. . . . 15.75 Same, team, labor &c year, Stevens, .Sam L., Per Diem. . . 3 42.2 da. hauling Rold, M. A., road bed 49.70 Shown, Lon, same . . . County Fiscal court during the 9.00 Rice. Forest, 11.25 " Smith, Charlie, da. work S.75 lumber services as 8.00 ''nnary, M., samo lumber 1918. 4.50 Nail, Henry, 3 11. P.. 4 da. committee. laying linoleum Transcribing; jTuckor. M.. same Alms House Keeper 10.50 12.00 Richardson. Sam, lbr 8.00 239.55 Rico. Anderson, Mrs. Ilerdlo, 3.37 9.00 Romans, M. D., 405 ft. lbr, Samo, Por Diem Tlvlilenco wesieruciu, it., samo $,12.90 Thomas llros, 2 shovels & fen7.87 Newcomb, W. F., 4 da work on Jail GO 'Jones, IL, same D. C, 3 da. as com1 12 labor, nails 12.00 14. der Ashloy. Donnls, Wk on Hart3.70 Hhoads, 9.00 Rhoads, Wayne, 4 da. labor 2.40 Tlchenor, Worth, salary us da labor &c 19.50 mittee same , uanieis, u. 2.25 Portor, L. L., 5 ford & Owensboro road . . . Shitltz, It., same on Plrtlo, James, 1040 ft. lbr... 20.80 on bridge Diem 9.00 S.0O Jailer 2 25 720.00 Same, Per Rnrnard, Edgar, Interest Hines, W. A foreman Rhoads, Hill, 1 da., labor on U2.00 Acton llros.. mdso. for Jail.. 23,40 Hhouds, Hill, 2 da. wk. on Loan 9.80 Roberts, Jasper, 4 da team on brldgo Hines, Guy, labor . . . brldgo Hoard of Control, rent on Arroad on 4.00 6 00 16.00 2.00 Hank of Hartford, Interest mory , da team U2 20 Rhonds. D. C, 5 da. as com. . 15.00 Taylor, J., samo 74.70 Hhoads, Hutler, 2 du. wk. on S.40 Rico, Forest, 2 loan huuliug lbr 59 J. 70 lllankenship, W. C, Per Dlom brldgo G.OO 6.00 Taylor. Amos, samo .. 4.00 Samo. Pr Dim 10.00 G.90 Same, Interest on loan 4.75 Ilrown. Q. II.. I'er Dlom . . . Rowo, G. W., 5 dn. as com.. . 15.00 Phlpps. Att, samo ,. . 6.00 Rhonds, Wnyno, 1 dn. wk. on 6.90 Same, 4 da team on road . . . 16.00 Pulid, 10. C, dragging road. . G.OO Nail, Loin, samo 7. U Duff, Dr. J. A mod sorvlces brldgo . i 2.00 Same. Per Dlom 15.00 6.90 Ulco, D. F 5 da. as com Samo, hauling culverts V. Sutton G.OO Roberts, Murray. 550 ft. lbr.. 2.2.") Saino, Por Diem Wilson, J. A., same . . . 16.50 iRIco. II. F Expense Reynolds 3.00 Denn llros. 0 door knobs... B .90 I Dridgo .'. Robinson, J. J caring for G. 7.50 Duko. E. F., clothes for V. 26.70 4.30 Travis, Nadc, samo . . . 2.40 Rowo, G. W., 9 da. com llaldwln, W. M. 300 ft. lumber Sutton 6.00 Same, 5 da. as com E. Robinson 3.00 15.00 'Ashley, Donnls, samo 10.10 llardley & Gilbert Co. Hooks 51.05 Rowo. G. W.. Per Dlom G.OO Howe, G. W., 2 du. as com.. . 87.46 Doau, W. S., Por Dlom 3.00 li.uu samo, i'er Dlom 0.00 I'arK, jh. t., same & Kilo limes 49.00 Rhoads, D. C, 1 da commltteo 9.00 Daugherty, W. C, Per Dlom. 3.00 9.00 Swain. C. M 4 bolts 3.75 Wostorfleld. It., samo . . . 6.00 Rowo. G. W., Per Dlom. . . . 34.00 Same, Por Diem Ilrown, Q. It., l'er Diem Smith, Hnrvo, 1V da. lubor. . 9.00 Gormo Mfg. Co., Disinfectant . 41. S3 Renfrow, F. & Co., nails &c. 3.00 Ilonnott, E. I.., same . .. 3.00 HlankeiiBlilp, W. C l'eil Diem 47.50 Stevens, Sam L 1 da. com.. . IS. 39 Sharp. N. T., building brdg.. . 3.00 for Overseers 45.5.0 Same, Per Diem 5.00 Barnes, It. D., samo Same, Services as Clerk.... 2S6.53 Hartford Printing Co., Advertising &c Tlchenor. L. II., samo .. . 18.30 Shown. Wilson. 640 ft. lbr. . . 16.09 j Slovens, Sam L., oxpress & 42.50 Smith, W. D 6& da work on Cook, Mack, Salary us Co. 850.00 Her. J. C, mdso. for Jail . . . lull Tel. Message 18.75 IS. 82 , Wostorfleld, J. R.. samo 5.27 Sharp. C. W., 29G5 ft. lbr... 73.82 27.50 Judgo Smith, J. W., 6 da. work on 4.00 Same, 4 du. us com Pendleton, Dr. E. II., mod. 12.00 Wade, II. L., same Smith. E. T.. team 1 da. . . . Cecil, J. S., Straw for Alms Services, Daisy Cartor .... nisoj Jail ..' 0.20 18.00 10.0) Stevens, Sam L., 3 Same, Per Diem 6.00 TiicKor, M., snmo dn. as Houso Ashley, W. C, samo .. 3.00 10.50 Scott, O. E., member Hoard committee 1U.UU Shown, Ed, Per Dlom, Duko. J. A., Inbor Aic. for Jail 13.20 Itoblnson, J J., Caring tt.r George Rot:usnn . Supervisors 9.00 22.50 Stowart, E. 11. , samo 25.00 Smith, E. T.. 1 da huuliug 10.00 Same, Por Dlom Dexter Ac Vincent, Nails, Dy- on road Westerfleld, T., same . '. . 39.48 Rico, 11. V 1 day as Commit4.00 Shown, Ernest, 900 ft. lbr.. . . 22.50 Shown, Ilosea, member Dourd 25.00 iinnlllii He. tee Supervisors 9.0O 22.50 Tanner, J. W., samo 3.00 Snodden & Doctor, meals for 25.03 TIchonor, Clarence, team on Daughorty. V.. C, For Ilium . j Canary, M., samo fi.O'j road 10.75 Smith, Charlie, services Alms 20.00 9.00 Same, Per, Diem V. S.. Per Diem Amos Taylor nnrtn 12.50 G.OO Same, meals for E, Duko... 54.65 House Ibecpcr 11.75 439.81 Whlttaker, S. L samo . . 4.50 Taylor, L. J., lbr. & nulls... v.iilnti. fi. L. bal. wk. on road 10.00 Hhoads. H. C, Por Dlom G.OO Standard Printing Co., oil & 1.00 Itowo, G. W., Por Dlom Hutler, L., same Standard Printing Co,, ordbr 4.50 Taylor, Harvoy W., 1300 ft lbr 61.70 Glllosplo llros. blncksnilthlng G.OO Shown. Ed, Per Dlom Gns Lease book 21.00 ' and docket books 36.70 Shown, Lon, same 7.50 TIchonor, Worth, services as Grlllln, Mrs. Maggie, Int. on Jullor G.OO Shown, Ed, Por Diem 33.20 9.00 Shown. Ed, Por Diem 31.20 Stevens, Snm L Por Diem.. 6.00 Smith, W. D samo 22.50 loan Tlchenor, Worth, sorvlces as 4.50 Samo, 1 da commltteo Same, 1V du. as com 3.00 Hines, W. A., sumo . . . . 4.20 .TIchonor. Cecil, 7"t-- da work Hub Clothing Co., niilso. for 14.00 21.75 11.1.C.1 Smith, Charlie, Thomas Dros, mdse Jailer services us 10.50 Dalrd, E. C, foreman . . . 28.001 on Jail .lull Anderson, Illrdio W Report600.95 Tlchenor, Worth, services us Westorfleld, H., labor . . . Alms Houso keeper 25.50 Adkins, Vurdio, blacksmith Howard. E. S., Salary as Supt. j work ing evidence 19.50 10 0 Samo, nails, wlro &c 1000.00 18.33 100.80 llonnett, It., same 6.75; Jullor or Schools Hell, M. J., sharpening grd. j Emberton, Tucker, Tom, refilling brdg.. 2.uu .Thonuis, Hiijuh, 4 dn. survey-4.7- 0 17.43 Addtngton, J. R road bed. . . 20.00 J. I!., same.. JIuntor, C. O., Salary as Addtngton, Ray, team on road lug II. & II. roud 6.00 blado '. 4,50 200.00 2.00 Thomas llros. mdso. for Jail. 8.00 Jones, E same Treasurer on 6.90 Wright. George. 7112 ft. lbr. 177.00 Rowan, CI., snmo Taylor, Amos, waiting 1.00 Illankoushlp, W. C, sorvlces 11.25 Acton Dros, nails, saw &c. . . . .iniiiAs. Clarence. 100 ft. fuso I Jones, Same, mdse. for Jail S.35 as Clerk Smallpox 29.70 Wblttakor, 91.68 C, samo 15.75 Will. building Keown. S. O., services us 15,52 Sumo, mdse. for Alms House 12.30 39.11 8.00 Sumo, Per Diem uriugo 3.00 Taylor, J. W., lumber 10.00, Shown, Lon, snmo Sheriff . .. ., .. . Allen, Ellsworth, labor, team 21.00 Q. 11., Por Diem Daulols, G. T samo .'. . 12.93 11., moiuoer iioaru 3.00 Tlchenor, Worth, services us wiiuu, Kirk, A. D. salary as Co. Ally. 850.00 Ilrown, Supervisors 11,58 Allen, Jeromo, labor & team. 24.50 53.95 Jailer 5.00 22.50 Westcrflold, R., samo . . . Lovil. II. D.. 10.000 ft. lbr... 199.70 Duncan. J. M bridge timber. 1,12 Addlngton, Ray, labor & team 11., samo W. S.. Por Dlom pauper coflln Wedding, J. W., bal. on road 5.00 13.00 Dean. Jones, 3.00 Wallace, W. A., !l(lklff, W. P., services us D.iugherty, W. Por Dlom . 17.21 Ashloy, Oscar, 25 hrs. labor 5.00 I Whlttaker, S. L., sumo . . 3.00 Webster Stone Co., rock ot Jailor on road I Rowan, Glenn, J. S making Sheriff 3.25 plko 111.70 Westerfleld, J. D., correcting samo 6.75 S., Denver Dam Newport Culvert, Co., Metal tuxes 22.61 Addlngton, John, team on settlement 2.30 Dennett, L.. sumo 25.00 Velsor, Mrs. F. W goods de161.40 Culverts. 11. &OJC road 2 da 10.00 Marlow, Guy 3 da. lubor . . . 60.70 Acton llros., lawn mower &c. 13.50 19.15 Hoover, Alt, samo 4.50 stroyed by smallpox -0 Vrobus, John, nails 49.70 Ashley, H. A., 585 ft. b. lbr.. 175.20 Ward, II. C. samo 11.58 Uurnos, Jno. II., houso to Furris, Maltha, Charity 25.00 Ashley, J. T road bed Dr. E. H sulary as l'emlloton. hold Inquest ,35 P., Derrymun, J. N., building 1.60 Canary, G. G same 3.00 Ambrose, J, II., 808 (t. lbr. & ... 250.00 HIco, 11. 1). Per Dlom Co. Health Officer. 24, brldgo 8.75 llalzo, N. It., building abut labor 39.70 Hines, W. A., foreman . . . 3.00 Samo, Salary us Co. Physician 1M.5S Hhoads.G. W Por Diem 11.00 Howe, Dennett, L. F 5 6.00 I ment & lbr Por Diem.... Travis, Wudo, labor du. work 3.00 Acton Dros, mdso. for Jail.. 10, u. Jtoblnson, Homer, on Alms House 2.00 Roatty, II. I) 1138 ft. lbr.. 25.30 D.22 Smith, Chnrllo, services as Samo, nulls & cups J. S. A. 15.75 llolbrook, J. D samo . . . lumber .45 Daltzoll Derllng, 160 ft. lbr.. . 3.90 Drown. C. P., 1175 ft. lbr . . . 34.95 Alms Houso Keeper 244.20 3.20 Dartlett, R. D same . . . 9.00 jthoads, U..C.. Per Dlom I 10.08 3.90 Darr, George, 336 ft. lbr. Woller, J. It., samo . 3.00 Samo, mdso. Alms House. . . . 15.31 Urateher, S. A., services as 9.00 Shown, Ed, Per Dlom Klco, 11. F.. Per Diem 2,00 lllankenship, W. C, sorvlces Shorltr 75.68 Moseloy, Ira, samo . . 3.00 Same, conveying llratcber &o 9.00 Stevens, Sam L., Por Dlom . . Itowo, 0. W., Por Dlom as Clerk Ky. Light K Power Co., water 2,00 164.13 5.00 Illnnkonsblp, W. C, cash pif. Rockport Shown, Hosoa, same Stowart, J. J., nails & axlo I 6.00 tor Hooking Mch U lights 3.40 Same, Per Diem conveying 213.00 Chariot, L. E same 504.72 Alford, Andrew, 2.00 grouso .L. F., surveying Co. 3.408.28 Same. rvlcei nt Clerk. . S5.2S Condltt, U. S., sump McFerrlu to Hartford (Continued next week,) Sutton, John, 1G3 bu. coal .. 25.78 llonnett, 2.00 'Same, Per Dlom 2.00 LHaek & Hnrkbppd, 5 pauper farm 3.00 Owens, Roy, samo. 20.00 Samo, 125 bu. coal Financial Statement of Ohio County .... ... .... .... , I .... ......... ... .. ..... .... r .... to-wl- .tt: .......... I I -. ... .... i, .... I I .... I .... .... ... .... I .... .... I I 1 v 00 C .... .... m I ' 1- ... C .... .... .... ..... ... -- W Bwpf''Hw,l v & - ; 123s." iit!jrJlE13MVS. -- ..'-v. -- t n.? &. . 0444444440444.44i444464v4444,4(k - Fanners (Incorporated.) rvt a t r - Warehouse Company av- - . - - tOF " flr '- -- o- - - V th "' J- A New House, run by old tobacco men, well experienced in handling tobacco on a ! Loose Leaf floor. Our building is the best lighted tobacco warehouse in the city, and perfectly equipped t i with every thing necessary for the handling of tobacco as it should be handled. From the time your wagon enters our building until the check is in your pocket, every attention bearing on the sale will be given every basket of tobacco. A full quota of buyers, representing the largest purchasers of tobacco in the world, will be present at every sale. Bring your tobacco to us; we will give it every attention and the best of service possible to render. We. have arranged for your convenience a large and comfortable stable, consisting of 66 stalls for your teams- X -- - 'O t- o 41 a Will Fleceive Tobacco Nov. 23 and 29 for December 1 st Sale o- - arme r$ Loose Leal Tobacco warehoui Co W. G. RfflEY, President v- 09-oe& CKBALVO. "iJViVr.'fi. .Ur. and Mrs. Bob Taylor jif Buell, are visiting Mate. anil rela-SVf- t, Mr. and rtsrin Mr. Lawrence Blackburn returned to their home In after spending several days vfth. relatives here. .Hr.uiid .Mrs. J. H. Wood and Miss torvjii' Everly spent Sunday with "0k. Wood's father, Mr. I. B. tottfrtaun, of Echols. .Mary Ethel Everly and Miss "Hi s Brown were the guests of KKimm Mary and Grade Staples, of "Friday night. iV YiA .Louise Miller has returned to feiniiu at Powderly. after spender vsveral weeks with her bister, "rflRx 'rnon Kvcrly. Ilrs. Benin Wallace, of Texas, is vuv nrwi of her sister, Mrs. Van rti-'iw- I t Albert Patterson, and Mrs. V -- . iSvittry, of Prentiss, aro visiting aJwriY here. "tee. Sess Howard, who has been ?u:riijiK In Illinois, has returned VllHSK. .1. M. Everly has returned tjkswj afJor spending several days eatSl. 'ijt-son. Dr. . U. Kvorly, of Ur-- i soino time here, they wera accompanied home by Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Florence Allen. e. Mr. Tommie Maiden, of near lo.t his residence by fire one day last week. Mrs. Ivan Davis, of Krnonos, was the guest of her father Mr. J. F. Smith here the first of the week. Mr. J. T. Lowe, of 111., is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Messrs. Earl and Carl Combs, of Beaver Dam, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr Bosel Park will go to Owens boro today, to spend the winter with his parents. Miss Harriett Lunham, returned to her homo at Owensboro Monday, after spending several days with the Misses Midkiff and Baughn. Moving seems to bo tho general occupation here at tho present. Mr. Whitehouse. of Dundee, la movlnc to tho farm which he bought of Mr. W. C. Wade, Mr Wade is moving to his farm near fleavcr Dam and Mr. .1. A. Ballard lit hit farm near Clear Uun. Rev. M. G Snell fi.led his appoint-nieand Sunat Cu.ie-m- l day, and baptized five, Sunday afternoon. Sun-nydalnt tT-BKAVKU Mamie-Andersen- West 9th Street, Owensboro, Ky. 4. ROWAN H0LBRO0K, .. Sec.Treas. r,t,1htttt0 NOTICE STOCKHOLDNUS. e Wilbur Kaught. of Sinullhous. i.au afster. Miss Mury lOverly. of We want all your chickens, turwere tlio guosits of tholr tjasuiKunhor, Mrs. J. M. Kvorly, Sat- -' keys, geose, ducks, guineas, eggs, iiight and Suuday. cream &:. We will pay the highest 7. Ward Taylor, of Iloslnu, is Van Yi&frut, 'her dnnghtHr, Mrs. llmak.. br 1). A. 11111, tho was hurt by 4iwg thrown from a wagon, sovuruf uim ticu, is Improving, at this wrlt- Xcx. has returned a;fBv "fter siiendhiB several days STATE OF KK.NTUCKY; OHIO COUNTY COUKT xa T.riatlan county. W. S. Hill and son, Douglas, asU air. Cuurtland Ellis, of Hartford, II. A. Auhhy, et. al; y; Notice. wulfcwl Mw. Hill's mother, Mtb'. J. M. , Motion for Public Ditch; 3Crly, reuently. The viewers having filed tholr fiDL'KHllUUST. nal report of assessments by order of the Couit, December tho 1st wan llxcd "Jlr. A. J. Howard, who hs 1iqii for filing exceptions by any doolrlng to do so. vJOft-aiiiin linproviug. Attest: "Sir. "and Mrs. Wllbos Jonw and W. U. DLANKRNSUIP, nu)k on luturnod to tlilr huuiu In '"m(1't i"r havlnj; jiuut Clerk Obfo Couoyt Court. U. x'ujr 'htm. Fulkurson P. M. .Sandeis guvo us an Interest-mvrinun Sunday afternoon, also fc". Taylor, that night. yiiM, Moiu Hill, who has been stay-- r with her aunt, Mrs. Uuth Grove. uf TytWrport, was ealled homo on of her father, Mr. 1). A. Hill r ac-4i- cash price alwayj. Wo will pay tho following prices this week, more If tho market will justify: Fat liens and Springers, Oc.; Ducks, lCc; Geese lGc.; old HooUors, 13c.; Guineas, old 30c each, young 45e; Turkoys, :28c; Eggs, r:ic; Cream, 70e. (butter fat.) Bring us your produce and get your feeds, flower, groceries etc., at tho smallest pilco possible, iitullty considered. ASS'N. AMEUICAN Hartford, Ky. H. F. Keown, Manager. wce:t. Itev Ku.ssotl Walker, of Hartford, Is dot ig the preaching, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Thomasoon, Mrs. Gertcey Funk, who is teachof Morgaufield, Ky., are the gun.st.s ing ichool :i Cl-a- r Kuiivcd thrown of Mr. Thomasson's sister. Mrs. D. from i'i hor-- e .im li ;'t- - ... riding, L, Miller and Mr. Miller. one day f ck, ! ut a.-- i.rl hurt. Miss Innis Stevens, who has linen . Mr. Amos Stewart, has been unite in Illinois for sumo time. Las return- sick, with an affection of the ees, ed hero. but is better now. Miss Zula Buck has gone lo Cairo. The birthday dinner given in hon111., to spend the winter vith relaor of Charlie Hoover, was attended tives. h." a Ir.rgo crowd of relatives and Mr. Maurice Barrass. of Hartford. iiiemls. spent tho week-en- d with relative i here. LOCAL POST AMEKICA.V Mis3 Mary Beeler, Cooper Bro-j.LIK.'IO.V ELECTS UWU'KltS milliner, will return to her home in Calhoun, soon. The Ohio. County Past. No. 44, Miss Constance Shields died at the American Legion, held its organisahomo of Mrs. Annie Chick, Saturday tion meeting here last Frldey, when morning, after three weeks illness of the following officers were elected: typhoid fever. She was buried at the Commander, Dr. A. II. Kliey, Vice Brick House cemetery. Sunday Conimandic,. L. G .Barrett. Adjutant, James A. Tate, Keeper of Finance, , who has L. S. igleheart, Historian. Dr. Chus. Mrs. been visiting her mother, Mr.i. Edua H. Layton. Master nt Anns, Harry Mitchell, has returned home. May, Executive Committee. Edwin Dr. and Mrs. F.- W. Samuel, of H. Hamlett, Dr. W'lllard Lake. Ulch-ar- d Louisville, are heie ou a hunting ex L. Devor, Hubert C. Burgess and pedition, and are tho guosta of Mr Shelly M. Southard. and Mrs. Mason Taylor. The Post held another session Wedcompany Is giv- nesday, at which business of ImportTho Gorman-For- d ing a series of entertainments here, ance was disponed of. which aro highly oujoyed. Tho play, "Dot. Tho .Miner's Daughr -ter.' pr'o( tn Ixj ih evening was a huge succenj Mr. Guy Taylor und Miss Marie Belk surprised their friends when they were married In Jefferson villo, ' Ind last week. They are residing with 'the groom's parents, Mr. ami This is thn Instfm Mrs. Mason Taylor. DAM. l.i-. i'.jr..-Frida- y The week following a com- this wonk with relatives at Bell's plete statement for the year lt17, Uun. as of Jan. 1st. ID IS, will appear. MIssch Ethel lllrheion. Cora and Orabel Thomasson and Mr. Goebel JA IUI I'OIC SALIC. Thoniasson .spent Sunday witli relatives at thin place. Three fourths of a mile from Mofdamos. KImbley Mines, ::rs acres all tillable Arrhlo Mosloy Marshal Khegan and spent Sunday with tho except vi. acre. Good land, will former's brother, .Mr. Squire Whitta-ke- r. prniiuco anything, good tl room who Is 111 of typhoid fever, at dwelling, fair barn, lots nC fruit, 3 his homo at Bnrnott's Creek. spring. Prim- - $1,500 to soli quickSeveral from hero attended tho ly. birthday dinner at .Mr. Frank Bart-lott'- s. I). IfHue. C. OLDICAM, If't-f Equality, Ky. m Saturday. LfVIA. BOL'TE a. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wilson and children Saturday way tho I Oir account of tho revival which "Say, Jlmmle. what's de best is being held at Bell's Uun, Rev. It. to loam a girl to swim?" asked E. Fmiuu failed to fill his appoint- younger boy. ment at Mt. (Tunnel, Sunday. "Dat's u cfnch! foist you Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Mosloy and your left arm under her waist daughter, Kathleen, went to Hart- you gently takes her loft hand ford, Saturday. "Come off, sho's mo sister!" Miss Nollta "Wtggluton .k spending "Aw, pusli her off do dock." puts and " V III TAX PAYERS NOTICE! - I III THE UNIVERSAL CAR , j PUBLIC SALE. will sell at public auction at my residence, 1 nillo west of Itoaiao, ou November 2!', one Ti year old Jack, l!i bunds high, flue form, black with mealy points, splendid breeder, 11 work horses, head of good cattle, suckling mule, hay, corn, farming 20t2p implements &c. , J. T. CO.V, I "2 , j taxes before the penalty goes! on. Don t delay, pay now and save more than 6 per cent in penalty, as well as fees for levying, advertising S. A. BRATCHER, j 19t4 Sheriff Ohio County. The Ford One Ton Trtck is a profitable "beast of burden" and surely has the "right of way" in every line of business activity. For all trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck with its manganese bronze e and cvcVy other Fortl merit of simplicity in design, strength in construction, economy in operation, low purchase price, stands head and shoulders above any other truck ou the market. Drop in and let's talkitover and leave yourorder for one. worm-driv- E. 'P. IIAKNKK IJIIO., ("LEAK Itl'N. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Uoavor Dam, Ky,.. X. Mr. and Mrs. Mosby Huover and little daughter were the guests of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Olltton Hoover. Monday uml Tnouay. Mr. and Mrs Davo Havonor, of Heflln, visited their daughter, Mrs. L. F. Johiuon, SunJa. Mr. und Mrs. L. L. Trogdwi waut to Bell's Bu .. 'Satiii-- Jj Sovora: trnm Clsu Uun nd Talfy aro attending the protracted meeting being conducted at Boll's Hun this In this issue will be found a complete, condensed financial statement of Ohio county for tho year 11)18, us of January 1st, 1919, followed by an Itemized list of all claims allowed by tho Court during that period, in part. While tho majority of tho clalnls wcro small, yet tho number was so large, It was next to Impossible to havo tho whole list appear In one Issue, and tho remainder of ttye claims will appear In our next "m rn-4 mi t . Va PjiiSiii If