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MORROW'S MAJORITY Jtetfircfc ftejmWiccm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 perYear No. 22 OHIO CIRCUIT COURT IN HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919. pored girl, much thought of by all who knew hor. Tho grim reaper with his seemingly untimely scythe has Indeed removed n tender and lovely flower, tho llko of which Is of God's fairest creation. After funeral services, conducted by Ilov. It. I). Ilennett, at the M. E. church, the Remains wero luld to rest In Oakwood, Tuesday nftornoon. MILS. BURNS ENTERTAINS LADIES' SOCIAIj CLUU BEADS ODDLY STRUNG 40,170, COUNT SHOWS Previous Records Beaten, No Democrat In Years Equaled It. couxty teachers r By Knhert D. Anderson. The completo official returns In tho Tho board of directors of tho Ohio n'cent gubernatorial roco, made pub- County Teachers Federation met at lic at Frankfort yesterday, show that Hartford on Nov. 22 nnd perfected Kdwln P. Morrow" defeated James I). their plans for the meeting of the Mack by a majority of 40.17G votes. State Teachers Federation, at IJcavcr Tho total vote cast was: Morrow r)nm n December 12 nnd 13. Tho welcomo address will be de,;i4 290; Illack 214,114. Mr. MorrowVmaJorlty Is tho larg- livered by Prof. K. E. Tartar, of Heaest ever given a Republican candidate ver Dam. , In Kentucky. Tho total voto cast for Responso, Supt. V. M. Moscloy, him is considerably the largest ever Greenville. YEGGS LOOT 11AXK polled by his party In this state. Tho Supt. "Puropes of Organization." VAULT OK 9100,000 total Republican voto In 1910, thou.:, S. Howard previous record, was only 214, 854. Then will follow a round table Collna, O., Nov. 22. Moro than Republican leaders, many of whom discussion of the subject. $100,000 In government bonds mostly aro analyzing tho returns carefully, Hon. B. P. Morrow. Supt. Colvin. Ln)Crty Issues, was secured by robbers see more significance In tho slzu of It. P. Green, of the W. K. S. N. and who eaily this morning cut their way tho total voto cast for tho respective! .Senator Hak'er aro Invited to attend, with nn acetylene torch into tho vault party leaders than they do In Mr. Tho aim of the body Is: To per- of tho Farmers' Savings Hank at Morrow's majority. fect a state organization to Rockford, ten miles north, nnd looted I'i'siilt of Tlioin OiKiiiilutloii. with tho legislature to save our eighteen of sixty deposit boxes of the After making full allowance for the schools. A largo attendance of Ohio vault. largo number of Democratic anil county teachers Is expected. votes which wero cast for GOOD SHOWS COMING. Mr. Morrow, as a result of dissatisfacCOLORED PEOPLE MARRY. tion with the state administration, A great many of tho people of and many Republican declare that tho Wllbcrt Chlnn and Evelyn Horry. In tho vicinity of Hartford have re election result shows that the gen-or- al of Heaver Dam, and Lein Taylor ami qUestcd that wo secure some first assumption that Kentucky nor- Molly Nail, of this place, all colored. class shows to entertain them dur mally Is Democratic Is not warranted. were married by County Judge, Mack ing the winter months. The opinion Is being expressed that Cook, In his offico Saturday. For Saturday night, November 29," tho biggest factor In tho result was mm ' wo havo tho Aeolian Trio. For tho Ono of the best editorials appearing" the thoro organization which has Report of ' tho condition of The past two years those ladles havo been country, re- OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS In any newspaper In tho been made by Chairman Chesley If. MAKE GOOD IN OKLAHOMA BANK OF HARTFORD omployed by the war camps Amuse- cently, and I, read many of them .Searcy, nnd his colleagues of tho Rement Committee and coast, appearpublished from coast to publican Stato Campaign Committee. doing business at tho town of Hartaro both refined nnd educationMisses Winnie and Murle 'Wilson, ed last week In the Hartford Repubford. County of Ohio, State of Mr. Searcy and his colleagues. In Wiltype in every respect. al, tho highest of daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe lican, relating to the recent fad Kentucky nt tho close of ' tho recent campaign, organized the son of this place, who are teaching If you like a good musical and recital "Drives." The intention behind the business on 17th day of Republicans of Kentucky with tho schools of Delphine, Okla., unthese Ladies can pleasoyou. drives Is commendable, and they re- in the November, 1919. scon thoroness that hitherto has been The admission is 28c and 05c, war der the law of that State were obligsult in doing much good, but doing ed to undergo an examination, tho only In city politics. For the first tax included. It very expensively. But nobody RESOURCES It Is declared, the time In history, complete rango of which embraced Tho GormamFord stock company seems to think of relelvlng tho disn,: IS. 6.3.1 Republicans wero prepared to get Loans nnd Discounts. . .$34 opens hero Monday night for a week's twenty studies and the young ladles tress of tho wretchedness at his door. their full voto to tho polls. Similar Overdrafts, secured --and engagement. Prices: Children 15ci camo through with firpt grade certifiThere 19 a tendency toward crown-wearin- g, ... . unsecured l.SSS.ll Adults, 35c, war tax Included. organization in tho future, Repubbanner-boarin- g relief to the cates. declaring, will keep Stocks, Bonds and other lican leaders aro HARTFORD OPERA HOUSE. needy In distant lands, but tho volSecurities "2.342.00 tho stato In tho Republican column as JURY COMMISSIONERS MEET. m unteers for tho unheralded relief for 35.515.1G long as the party's public record re- Duo from Hanks Daxtor, of Mrs. Newton James Cash on hand 10.274.00 Griffin, Ga., who has been tho guest the misery a our door are all too mains clean. Messrs. xW. T. Howard, of Ralph, few. Checks and other cash McCrrnry's Record S. O. O. E. Scott of Prentiss and of her parents, Air. nnd Mrs. Anthony' items . . . . -- t 439.5G Robertson, Tho significance of tho big vote Hartford R. 7, and her ' Excopt for my wcllknown, generous Keown, of Hartford, Jury Commispast hv the Republicans can bo seen i Hanking'- House, Fumi- sioners of tho Ohio Circuit Court, In slsterr Mrs. A. C. Porter and Mr ture and Fixtures . . .4,500.00 Porter, of this place, has returned spirit It would have been a fatal mis- compliance with orders of the Court Iiy comparisons with former clec-- 1 take for Fluke to ridicule my prophe- of the last sqssion, met Monday for tions. Tho biggest voto cast In re-- l home. sy about his river larks bolng dono Total . $470,305. 1G cent years for any Democratic canditho purpose of selecting a list of for, finally and forever, after the 600 to servo as Grand and Petit LIABILITIES governor was that pdlled by date for Report of tho condition of Tho first of July last. If it was not for Juntos H. McCreary, In 1911. which Capital Stock paid in, in The coming Rockport Deposit Bank Fluke's wife, the best woman In all jurors for tho completed year. work $ 40,000.00 cash McCreary woit by was 22C.771. Mr. their Commissioners 20,000,00 doing business nt tho town of Rock-por- t, tho world excopt my own, I'd belch Tuesday. 21,000. If Governor Hlnck, In the .Surplus Fund County of Ohio, Stato of forth the whole darned seprct. Sonio Profits, less received tho sumo Undivided .recent olectlon, had Kentucky nt tho close of things will keep, especially when expenses and taxes voto accorded McCreary- - Uo still would MARRIED AT COURT HOUSE business on 17th day hermetically sealed and a green stamp C, 147.11 paid havo been dofeated by about 15,000 of November 1919 pasted over the cork, and Fluke is a Deposits subject to check 259,673.51 Egbert Cambron and Ellon Greer, votes. right smart follow to mnko provi- young people of near Adaburg, were voto over cast for the Time Deposits 144.4S4.54 Tho biggest RESOURCES sion ahead for a rainy day but, as I married in tho County Judge's office Demcorntlc party in Kentucky was In $ 48,819.47. said, out of regard to his good wife campaign of 19 1C, $470, 305. 1G Loans and Discounts Total Tuesday, nnd Mack Hall of McIIenry tho presidential Overdrafts, secured and I won't say a word, even in self-d- e when tho highest elector, James P. Stato of Kentucky) and Edna Hall, of Fordsvllle, were unsecured Edwards, received 209,990 votes. Tho v- . 919.22 fense. also married In the County Judge's Stocks, Honds nnd othvoto In presidential campaigns always County of Ohio) office Monday, both ceremonies be9,944.23 cr Securities November 19 wjjl bo remembered ing solemnized by Judge Mack Cook. We, Rowan Holbrook and C. O. Is grcator than In statu elections, of 912.79 as tho Waterloo of President Wilcourse. In that year, too, thoro can Iluntor, Ylco Prcsldont and Cashier Duo from Hanks ' 9.178.3G son's nsplratlons for world ascendenCash on hand LIVIA, KOUT12 U. bo no question that many Republican of tho above named Hank, do solemnHouse, Fttml- cy. He had planned for tho presivotes wro cast In Kentucky for tho ly swear that tho above statement Is Hanking, ture and Fixtures . . T 4,500.00 dency of the League of Nations, a Several from here attended meettruo to the best of our knowledgo tuul Wilson electors. sort of world presidency, tho most ing at Barnett's Creok and Shlnklo Mnjniltlcs lly Districts. bellot. bauble that ever tempted chapel, Sunday. $74,30407Sseductlvo ROWAN HOLHROOK, Tho official mojoritles by districts LIAIML1TIES tho ambition of man since the world Miss Nellie Wlgglnton, who has Vlco President. in tho gubornntorlal race wero: MorCapital Stock paid in, began. So anxious was ho for this been spending the past week with G. O. HUNTER, row- Third, 2.1C2; Fourth. 1,392; $ 15,000.00 in cash . dlstlnctlvo honor that many people relatives nt Boll's Run, has returned Cushlcr. Fifth. 9.44S; Sixth. 3,324; Ninth, ' . 5,750.00 bolleve ho was led to compromise the to hor home. mo Surplus Fund 10,891; Eleventh, 25,174. Subscribed and sworn to boforo For.Undivided Profits, less Independency of his country. Mrs. I..S. Mason and mother-In-lnHIack First, 7.879; Second. 590; this 25th day of Novembor,1919. exponses and taxes tunately for tho American peoplo n Mrs. II. J. Mason, attended the East Soventh, 5,479; Eighth. 389. Correct Attest: 1,220.54 senate, with little interest in Mr. Wil- ern Star meeting at Pleasant Rldgo, paid R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Tho Republicans aro encouraged Deposits subject son's personal fortunes, preserved Saturday. C. O. HUNTER, especially by tho big voto nnd big mato check ...$11,212.57 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White, of American Independence, in ono of tho ROWAN HOLHROOK, jorities given In tho Tenth and Elevflorcest political battles over waged Boll's Run, spent Sunday with Mr. Directors. Demand CertI- enth Districts. Tho majorities In at tho national capltol. and Mrs. Sam Rhoads. My commission expires March 1, flcntes of Detheso two districts, thoy doclaro, nro m posit 10,680.96 Mr. Louie Magan and family and Increased 1922, tho result almost entirely of THEODORE RICHARDSON Mr. Small Sklllman nnd family, of MARGARET MARKS, N. P. Cashier's checks population and thoro organization. HIT UY M. II. E. TRAIN Owensboro, spent Saturday with Mr. outstanding . . 440.00 52,333.53 Thoy aro confident Hint similar ma RED CROSS CHANGE. and' Mrs. Owen Magun. jorities will bo returned In future Thcodoro Richardson, a deaf muto, $74,304.07 Total Mrs. Saminle Rlcheson and chil elections; and they can not seo wherq was ran down by a train on tho M. H. dren, of Hartford, spenl Saturday and Mr. E. G. nurrass, who has sorved Stato of Kentucky) tho Democrats aro going to get ina & E., last Friday morning, about u Sunday with Mrs. Bettle Rlcheson. )Sct. as chairman of the Red Cross Civilian jorltles to overcome them. quarter of a mile above Dukohurst. Rollof, slnco Us institution in Ohio County of Ohio) Mr. Henry French spent Sunday County, has resigned. Mr. Harrass We, A. D. Park nnd C. II. Fralm, Richardson was upon the sldo of tho with his daughter, Mrs. Lcotia Hoyd, SUCCUMHS. MACHINE PARKS has done qulto a lot of work first and President and Cashier of tho above road, wulklng on tho ties Just outside of Masouvllle. m year old last iA tho capacity as head of tho named Hank; do solemnly swear that 'of tho rails, so the trainmen state, tho elevon Maurlno, was PUHLIO HALE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. organization, which position bus car- the abovq statement is truo to tho travellug toward Dukehurst, and concaught In tho cut, which Is on a On December 9th, 1919, at my resiParks, died at tho homo of hor par- ried with It no sort of remuneration. best of our knowledgo and bollef, siderable curvo, nenr there. dence 2 mile's north of Matanzas, I A, D. PARK, President. Miss Elizabeth Mooro, Secretary of ents hero, Monday night, nonr 10 Richardson's head was rathor bad- will sell at public auction, 1 good C. II. FRAIM, Cashier. several tho Civilian Hellof, will remain In o'clock, after an illness of Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo ly lacerated, his body considerably horse, 3 milch cows,ch, 9 head of hogs, Her trouble was that position nnd will continue the wooks duration. 250 bu. bruised from his head to his hips wolghlug 125 lts.,-awhich work from tho office of Messrs. this 26th iluy of Nov. 1919. orlglnnlly obstructed Intestines My commission expires April 22, and ono bone of ono of his arms brok- good, whlto corn, farming Impleby an aggravated throat Humes & Smith, over tho Republican was followod en, so wo are Informed by the doctors ments of all kinds, including binder, L. T. RElD, N. P. 1922, trouble, ranking It almost Impossible offico. corn planter, housewho dressed his wounds. Ho was mower, two-roCorrect Attest: No successor has been selected for without the Hid to take nourishment brought hero by tho trainmen and hold and kitchen furniture. A. D. PARK, Hor tho place, mado vacant by the resigof a tubo'for qulto a long tlmo. Every Item will positively bo sold later conveyed tc the City Hospital, EfNIB CURTIS, su'forlng wns lutense during much of nation of Mr. Harrass, nor aro we His in- to tho. highest bidder. Owonsboro, by automobile. C. II. FRAIM, advised as to whether ft will be filled the period. juries are not thought to bo of a 22t2p H. O. COFFMAN. in the near future. Maurlno was a bright, sweet-tem- - federation meets Mrs. Q. T. Hums entertained the Ladles' Social Club In Its meeting, In her home on Frcdcrlca Street, ycfltorday aftornoon In a most pleasant meeting. Decorations wero white and pink carnations Several games of rook were enjoyed, at tho conclusion of which a delicious lunch-coconsisting of dainty salads was served. Honor nrescnt wero: Those guests, Mcsdnmcs. L. S. Iglchcart, C. K. Smith, Otto C. Martin and J. C. Members, Mesdames, .1. S. Dennett. Glenn, Lyman G. Darrctt, A. C. Porter, H. E. Lee Slmmerman, II. T. Collins, E. E. UUkhoad, E. O. Harrass, Hooker Williams. 'T If Black, W. S. TInsley; Misses o, hln Woernor, Lct-tl- o Marks and Mary Howe. n, (Uy I. D. Claire.) Tho naughty scnatel It went and Tho Injured man was considered to "broko tho heart of tho world." bo unusually .areful, and his being caught by the train Is snrpntlng to Tho Owensboro tobacco, market will his friends, of which ho had many, open next Monday, nnd the prospect being widely known In this secllon. for fair prices looks exceptionally good. The one great danger Is marA .MAX WITHOUT A COUNTRY. ket crowding, which tho 'growers should try to avoid. Mr. Simpson Harnett, who resides upon a farm which ho owns, near tho Tho folks In Maine aro not worryLocks on Rough Rlvr, Is virtually ing over nation-wid- e prohibition. a man without a Country Mr. Bar-ne- tt Thoy havo had state-wld- o for sixty has been told by ii.ime that his years and know how to handle it. It land, or the most of u, lies within Is tho states recently wet that will McLean Counl, and by others that have to learn tho ropes. tho laiger portion of It 1, In Ohio Evidently tin division lino Strange things happen In a news- coun:j if tvo counHo. through paper office. A few nights ago a know-jus- t my desk and asked, the farm, bvt no one ntouvi to man walked up to where, as tbe sorner, if ever "Do you want some nows?" I definitely cstablfal.e.1 on the river him that news was a features of Tiaa leen lost. tho Messenger. He began, "Mary Mr. Barnctt has not bcon ablo to has a little lamb " -- "No stale poetry goes here I interrupted, but ho cast a vote In any National, State or county election for moro than a came back, "I ain't quotln' no poetry. quarter of a century. Should he bo Mary 13 Oscar Lamb's wife, und the a resident of Ohio County, his voting baby was born yesterday." place would bo in the Hefllu precinct and they havo chalenged and refused David Helasco's meat play, tho "Boomerang," played rrcently at tlie to allow him to exercise the rights of suffrage there. In case ho Is n Grand, coming directly from a threo citizen of McLean County, his place of nights engagement at Macaukley's In voting would be LIvermore and llko-wlLouisville. Tho author, amid a wealth his right to vote there has been of comedy, stripped to a skeleton the questioned and denied him. For a. master passion Love. Tho man or years Assessors of the two woman haunted with a fear of an number of counties hao i..n?J to list him Ir.ki:-s- g needs incurable case of heart poll tax puronly to seo the "Boomerang" to for for either propertj or poses. Ho jas repeatedly tried to ever afterward laugh at the fiction get the Authorities to settle the quesharbored. It is curable. tion of his citizenship, but tc :in n fall serious nature, although necessarily vory painful, and a cqnsldorablo length of tlmo must elapso before 2 WEEKS SESSION f '- Docket Light, But 12 Petit Jurors So Far, Grand Jury Busy. Tho Ohio Circuit Court, with Judgo R. W. Slack presiding, convened. In a two weeks session here Monday. Tho docket Is unusually light-- . and void of cases of tho averago Interest, which has mado the attondanco to dato tho smallest In years. Up to yesterday morning only twelve Petit Jurors had been chosen for tho regular panel, and only one case had been heard by tho Jury, that of Ellis Balzo vs. G. W. Faught, Administrator, which resulted In a disagreement by the Jury. Several cases ..have been up for hearing by the Court, mainly upon motions and argument of .Attorneys. The following named persons compose the one panel of the petit Jury: Dud Morris, W. B. Heflln, John Nail, Milton Park, Sherman Frame, P. L. Wood, Floyd Baize, Wm. Hlnes, J. D. Holbrook, Henry Becdle, B. L. Boyd, and A. L. Maddox. Those' composing the Grand Juryare as follows: J. W. FInley, John Bell, M. L. Shultz, W. A. Webster, Lafe Grant, D. H. Muffett, John Goff, J. R. Addington, Joe Hocker, P. B. Taylor, Gharlle Davidson and Robinson Ashby. ROBERT C. OWENS OX HOUR. DAY, fl .o pa-m'- 3 , so WEEK Editor Republican, Dear Sir: of Nov, 21 an I notlco in your paper editorial in regard to the six hour day and five day week, proposition. The fhiners Iwill agree that the Lord wqrked six days In tho creation and he completedjhls work and turned It over fo man. But digging coal Is still going on, furthermore, tho Lord was working for1 himself a net didn't 'need a Contract as miners do, because wo read where, the earth and fulnoss thereof belongs to the Lord, so this explains why ho didn't need a contract, while tho coal wo mine Is property of someone else. Contracts are necessary. We found no recqrd In the Bible, even In the days of Christ, where any ono dug coal, as his dlsclplo were fisherman. We aro lead to believe it thoy dug anything at all It must havo been bait and each man sot tho full product of his toll. Tho miner has never said he. was going to sit down when ho comes out of tho mines for there aro things he can do around his home that wjll occupy tho most of his time, and we don't believe that thoro is an editor In Kentucky If he could print all the papers he could sell in six hours that would continue running his press just because ho had tho time. And listen to this, it Is also written In your law that tho testimony of two men is and we havo true St. John 425,000 United Mlno Workers who havo testified that 8 hours Is too long-tbe under tho ground, even If'you are dead. R. C. OWENS, McIIenry, Ky. 7, - ' ' - ' DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho District Court of the Unit ed States for tho Western District ot Kentucky, In Bankruptcy. In tho matters of J. H. Addington, w, a nnnkrupt. On this 21 day of November A. D., 1919, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on tho 7th day of October, A. D. 1919, It Is ordered by tho court that a hearing be had upon the samo on tliij 10th day of January, A. D., 1919, before said court at Louisville in said district, ut 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notlco thereof bo published one time lu The Hartford Republican, a newspapor printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, It any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not bo grant ed. WITNESS tho Honorable Walter Evans, Judgo ot s"ald Court, and the seal thereof, at Loulsvlllo, in said dis trict, on tho 21st day of November, A. D., 1919. A. G: RONALD, Cleric S. G. CONNAVCHTON, D. C. E3r ,. Jw'-.mfH- ' '"' '" jrPtPfaT jui i "w ' ifci mrwwv. i qp ? "y'Tw jm - f" n 'T'W ""nMMfc h- rnnrn -' u yimiiTy?w W ii tifipwinVpini;f wy "my? nj -i 7 "- - i rm ,. rn . .".I'ffi.T m n" m 't"W rM aum wu,miiniiiwBHMaLjaMiLAaieutMMMMrfii i r 'f tmglmrmfmmmmmmmmmmmwt' ii iwi i '""w" rtr - -.f-fl- -- "V-- E ff v I i r 1 ' n ' - i ' -- V IMRY'S r I , i 'I 5 t 4 mnendmont was sumlttcd h Con- law. hiivo boon perfected In ninny conn-.'"- " .fMnVtiuirl of ApponlM HiIm inornlni; . ,(1!) Mll lri a((Muly hrlskly at work .Km1 to the stuto luBlslatmes and jvtCHiil nut Krmiklln Circuit Court ) Ot'iit ral and western Kentucky Is l,,n' '"Kri;ss at that tlmo did not m.,vo t ,)rt..sont, Jmt It Is tho inttompt to nrroRate to Itself tho jd kidil Hint State Auditor (Ireon "r " l'rohllillnii net as a war Into tho Stnlo school fml ' ,,(oiitlon of tho SnlvntThn Army to!f,!,K j .i;XluiM)riiitletlis of tho Inheritance i1!lvi nll..il!!, mIMut over or woll mensnr1. Tho statu legislatures vot-- 1 j and not illstrlhuteil. ttmlor way all over the State hy this ed on ratification, tho decision snid, on the promise of Congress that after Atftnrm'y tlenoral Morris took tho(m, ,,Nt ,nj,, .,.,. n,ii,. ihroiiKlionl the nation tho necessary uuinlioi' of states had rfuw lJk.1 liniler the law Inlierlliincn ' lxm vent only Into the fund for Is splendidly ivcoriiIxIiir tho Import ratified the amendment, a year would ymmm the Roiienil oMunises of the unco of the Salvation Army In this "' fenunieu 10 mpso ooiore u saouiu ; Chcs. l, torced by the Rovetiuneut Con-- , ""dtwwjinienl. j.erlod Of after war reconstruction. you want to play a winner, sure thinft MMr Supt- - tlllhort liroiiRht the "That each county unota ho rals-- j Kress therein recoRiiUcd the rlRhts " s,iU''-s- ' Wir me manii-bol- l. imft i lotlect $U7,!2S.riO inhorlt- - ed is Important." says Geo. K. Oaliip-,"- 1 your money on Chesterfield. iwfiur kivMO. lip.cliilnu'd were duo tho Slate Director, "hecanse tho Sal-- : tnrturo of beer contalnliiR more than 1 per of feat alcohol . v4 JTiiinl and the Court of Appeals vntlou Army does not ask more than three years, more three In less -Kllliu Knot, counsel for Kuppert, lPinMiii'(! Jils contention. it actually needs. It Is not trying million smokers have become Chesteratils riilliiRMnly flfteiin-forto accumulate a Rreat anil Idle fund charRod prohibition advocates in field fans. with takliiR ndviintaRC of th Hie lilimliiim tax can ho up- - i.:vi,ry ,lay (l j,ut3 the dollars that jtlHil Jw iho pnyiuent or tne btnia aro Riven it into a roRonoration of "year of praco" ullowed by the conAnd no wonder! Never were finer to4uttinut Hint Is the amount or the levy humanity, it is niakliiR hotter citi- stitutional amendment mid which he baccos used in any cigarette. The silkiest MUvHtMieral expenditures. zens and happier families in all Amer- said "came very near" belnp a contract hetwen the Congress and the ican cities " leaves of aromatic Turkish and the choicest Only : Cold. states, and with liming "heckled and ctoof ripe, 'sweet Domestic stock arc Am yon ill? is often answered I harried" the liquor Interests while .lami'N W.iIm.ii Sajs. "I'll eer Billy a cold." as it a cold XPbJ iJV exclusive blending method gether by When l'athei.'s Hops Cot Cholera itoniptiuB to shove forward national was . jimltcr of little consoiiucnce, "One iminili'.c he found 20 hops prohibition a few mouths' under the a new deliciousness of brings 3ut. 'ple are hcRlnnliiR to hi.iru that dead anil several sick, lie called In pretext of the war emergency. Mr. flavor. nciuvtnn void U a matter not to he the Vet., who after dissectiiiR a rat Hoot also deplored the granting tinWI villi, that' pome of the most caught on the premises, decided that of unlimited power to the federal "Satisfy"? Right down to your toes! jHrciWi 'diseases :tart with a cold. the rodents had conveyed gerhis. government. of a added enjoyment .Awsuwn its tho first indication Chesterfields have In attacking tiro validity of the Since then I am never without ntXib wttears take Cliainhurlaiii's prohibition act. William 1). you every pull enjoyment It's the surest, quickest rat war-ttiniRdij. Itrmoily. Keuiemhcr that the destroyer I know." Three sties, 25c. Guthrje. appearing also for Hupiyrt. get any other cigarette get .TtnuiM- you Ret rid of. your cold the BOc. $t. 00. Sold and guaranteed by asserted the "more fact that S'ftme s thi OaiiRor. and this ronedy will be because the Chesterfield blend American troops were still abroad J. V. Casobler, Acton ltros., Tay . . . . .a m anfy jdm to throw it off. copied. lor's Drug Store. Williams & Duke, i "I" ot e.xpanu or increase tne pow- cis of Congress," and that the act -- f 1 am nC Lsj,rf.'iiufAJb lco Co-in a lielleie, in uul.-.ii- s. was oliMilotc, as demobilisation had WHAT AHMV CKNSOH aau incjwniry ino'nVr of or.'.' union. been completed and the war ended. roi'Nl) IN THK MAIL J!SUliiB union uint obey the ir.w, jut aTibhw ciirnorntfc!'. inu"t oliey thi law One of the greatest testimonials Catarrh Be Cured iaat aw i'ery man. r'ch or poor, must that the Salvation Army oor receiv- with LOCAL Cannot AITUCATIOXS. a they wlmt-w- e c.innot reach the seat of the illseaso. .ftnyth'- Inw A vit iii action l ed is contained in a letter from a Catarrh H a i!Lw:ui". rrvitiv in- 1i been ealled for by uwv hut Cnited States Censor on the Job In! ?ucnof J by constiiutlonal conditions, and m orJcr w cure t mU5t ,nke an iwttir. mprtahily if a 't!.m is ealled for internal ret:: .My. Halls Catarrh MediKurope. He sa)s: 1 liall try to do Justice taken internally and acts thru "iffro ii "Out of 200 letters picked up at cine mood on mo mucous surfaces ot tne me amlwr )n Inw to every man so far as vstem. Medicine was random, ISO were from men who ad- prescribed Hail's Catarrh best phy;:lam cy one of the Slijanr ihw er itnt the first essontln'. 1 In this country for years. Amermonish relatives and friends in It Js of law and order." olfc of some tonics known, ica to exert themselves on behalf of combined ri:: of the bestthe best blood some of to striking KoommoU TkHAilor' perfect the Salvation Army, because of Its purifiers. The In Hall's corabinntion of Catar-i- s Medithe insredients owiim in Chicago In 1 H 0 5 . splendid M'rvtee at the front." cine Is what proJu es such womlertul results In catarrhal conditions. Send fer testimonials, free. Hmyzukir bowel movements lead to J. CO.. lllB .euraiK ' a powerful F.All CHENEY &75c Trops.. Toledo, O. " itlHNM&r .ueuKilputiou Drucsist. a coustipat-vvllMttiand hands, or feet require liall'a I'amuy PilU for corutipatlon. fills the syt em with linpuri-S.- . remed that wilt penetrate the flesh, i 'llvrlilno Is a great bowel regit-'?C- a Kallard's Snow Liniment possesses MKMCAX IVTKStVK.NTlOX Uo-hf- . Of purifies the stom. itWOl'I.O TAliK VAC. AHMY, that power. Kuhbed In where the Nip hi mid Ui blond anrt puts the digetive pain is felt is all that'is necessary to lXMCv in flue, vigorous condition relieve suffering and restore normal j Washington. Nov. 21 State D be Sohm Or r. Sold by Ohio County condition. I'rice 25e. 50e ami $1.00 jpartmeut officials in dlscnsinR the-pp- r SsSXNKn m . 3!ue bottle. Sold by Ohio County lexical! situation today disclosed that in 'three years aRo the army Kenera: Orup Co XtUfc.K ..Mt skuvi: i nuMOHBtiVHiiiHHBaHaHHiBBH""B"B"'""B'""MKaanBBtnnnaaaaaaHMiBHHBBaBSBBaa staff estimated that aa army of 150-- ; HY COXTIUIUTIOX 000 men thre years would he State Mr Shouse represented In Con- -. proved by the comniissloner payable ty who eontrihute; (.iven under my hand as conunH- -, reRard tho-"x montlis bciriitB Interest at tl required for complete Intervention ' Bres previous to this present post-'"- 1 of t. per cent from date until mimer of the Ohio Circuit Court this FOR FLETCHER'S Ik Salvation Army Horn Service f Mexico. other paid, having the fore and effect o the 10th ua of November, 1919 tion. and from Missouri and bo les n part ot the anus's his a JudKuicnt. A lien will bo retained Officials did not say what the pre?-- ; Middle Western States, urging OTTO C MAUTIN.M. C. O. C. C I ., i .. .. !vMt(il work than the ote who wer McDowell A. bogle. Atty. ion the laud sold as additional c. apiwlllliueiu. eni BeiiniRie oi trie jtcnmii Man I'utform." sys Ceo j lteports that the graces of Ameri- - but it was understood to tn les than ' Both Kentucky Senators . n i K. Cunvhcll. State Director. can oldiers in France are being) that ureuared befora the Vorld war. ' immlwr at thn nineirrnss State's con- nUuiut the atd of the SMl j; neglected foUow one another with due to the develotvment of new iuatm-- ' presionl delegation also havu re- Ut ho etmmnut ana aaaiM ,n deitresluK recuUrit. The lack of iiient of warfare and an enarmon ceived "telegrams from their con- 4Mr casuMlRn. the Salvation Armyc-i- v gNon the bod ten of the dead increase in American war materials tiiucLs urging that Mr. Shoas.o bo , fu A.yyrc-- W W unable to effect the great , Mt as tJ,e Uck of all kinds, jwrtlcolarly motortaed .promoted. s ,...--- .-r- ae'i-. hlch It in dully preain for- the Moriflee of tmusiHiris Miri'iaart, am jmuicrj. ,nr. hnouse was Horn ai .tiiuu.iy, Mre Ct -- OniCllts 1 1 ri'MU mu.i'o In ul! parts of America. The the lie of a ool portion of those' Diseasing the case of William O. ; Woodford count. and until 1011 was all over the who h' ileal oere.i friends we find j oetnit b ree Jenkins. American conMsIar aent atM resident of Loxington. are indeed iharere in every j l'uebla, who was rearrested la.t Tueslt e- Tor Iufant's'nrd CMMroM. xKne that the Salvation A run day on charge in connection with hi j Regulate the bowels whon thoy fall - aaW ; ppJOillsbr " 'abduction by bandit, official:to move property, llerblnd is an ad- - j ; e ' because of the Mexican Government's v bowel regulator. It helps & vVMna ThAt llWn'l Smell After revo- mirable laxity in tryius to put down the a ; the liver ai.d tutmnch and restores -- 5 I lleiMl'lNir Month lution it had failed to give proper e ciidni'th !tml iktrnvrincv. foniiu " -- J it wa dead at lenst Protection to JenMw and that WK'.p- .ic.ir County Drug , ii --Vt ?mril for iVmMln sold b.Ohlo ......- - li.iv --. t." Mitd Jame Ske. Butcher 111 7alcouul i ,.ij.A. UW.TIlBnik tatui againt WHVI.I4 ,1. .M.Btt., mmhU. N J. 'W a tM rat AM'iicJ.ibk'IYoparafioarww MtnilnlimJlhcloodbylwlJtiu for the ransom money ld to hi 51 Ji rut a cake ot kat-ai- my MASTKK COM.MISSIOXKII'S SAI.K. a barrel. Month later atut li.wvl captors llntillwSUMi-tch- s Ck to4 anont the rat. Rcmem- I suttereJ from ohur j tijwfc hc barrel, loohwd behind it. ; fen,ale trouble which caused me much A in Chlc.iao Telecniplf far. uianda Gritlin. Plaintiff. sutTenng, and two vs. Notice of alc. k.i the rai dead, not the Thereby lVonioUmi DKoUon I doctors decided ;.'c Nannie Ruth Nail, et al.. Defendants. QicctfulncssnuilHit-C-Uv- . i dor Three ' that I wouki have Pursuant to a judgment and or-- 1 Uead Mrs. I'hilllpti wire: "Yon old and guaranteed b lfc. 4i or to po throuch an neither Onium.MorphUio n wle cperaUon Ivfore 1 jell's Kxtermtnator Co.. WMfied. N. der of action rendered In the above ; . K t'.teblr. Acton Bro.. T.i- Mineral. KiwNawioiu' at the September, 1919. rs savlsd could get wc! j KlKh e j --,wlH of )ixs Siore. William t Duke term of the Ohio Circuit Court, dijbfitramrs.uiaimiSK i LUr .y moujo. , who er, recting me as Master Commissioner waairaa tae waww i h.A r;vn hln.Nl fcv yvvii.'' our. i oi sain ciwri iu m'u mo M.K1N arrived. It rid I I y ia E. rinkhac; . 'SiUA1 AaulliM) land, for the nurnne of. UYItl'.Y CKXT CtH'XT Jlut mov pa-- S I i howse f r"s ln " Um ;' T , the cost of this action. RAT together with the cost of this sale, 'r, tnm 1f- c- wher n Thre'-j- the remainder of tho, -- 4tb .... a r.u many people who r.nit r... ...-.- . :u.viKonoira- - -- Sold and t.- -. rtraKevedneiMw-- s rkwt vharttie ulth aa ungual 5c, fl :.y treeWe. ?'e.r..fo.ait tVHlf ' l1?- which they hv AliflpfulUViiwf" MKmik U the tanport are awoa the to can do Bro? . Tay- - a, the court House door, in Hartford, Constlpnlioa ami Uwrr Jva J. K. CaseWer. Acton m e4 to 4iiii... a. ruv WAci9ntf.lrv An Mnnriav llAemner 1st . and rcwrWab"' and s :?. .gjajft, with f.aal' t V. to rive ' xi coatrwvtor to the 'iblA . l- - i U llUCk IV UtllUK I.A - Mowe Ser-tJftind now llviift 11 rirtVu-n- a Cr- Loss or!i:n-Yeit-;- o i!717,O-at lt.tA c a'aIa.!. fit kalni. riuo J Mrs -J icsumi ituu ui iuki VVtl! tvsuliinilhv'cvrrotn iil"ntJ I for limH tial an i . vr.'i d- -' i-y- -. 5ta u et Sl'VKOU OP CISSigU wa-,- hs tne following described, KacNimitC Sirtatv 1rVe people wh have nude . .w, v . r- i - - . - f -. r 'real estate situated and being inJ of hanaaa aed and the InMt Ser?.i'.v?& th.T are serioo. cendt- ... ..!.-- . . lAulaAf Ohio County. Kentucky, near the -- ! .. k aBi-.i'n- f1 at jt.rlfnrd. aBd bounded as TunPirM,'lirtH,,xVV1 ur-a- v oaton ineoioerojwa shoae. As$tetaat tecretary ot Ar-'- c; f follow II hao thai taa --alyajtloa yimu. Lyi?iaT Trwiry formerly of ltagtoa. te. negning at a tHie. a corner ot ceaat Thaw ahea mi)' aotlar BHBriTnnv!TOi(VLMVB roagly boomed to ir 3iri l l a K. Cort expend, ta- - Knlvnlioii Ariny'B fiitum mill thorni Rivers win) apply to It tho aniiiti Rood liY. SCODOLS uilKiiiiint which they exorcise ngnltiHt St. t.oul.i. Nov. 21 On the ground any Ihimhoim iranmiciiiiii aiiiiscrtni' 'vr "f a"r l'"" "H Hiihoni. Mii.mlli.ii to tho Salvation my hooaimo thoy know that tlit'lr 'Oiitont U not IntiMlciittng. Jnrtrt' Fund lummy will nlw.iyii ilo a full .inyHU"'"' IM'oHnok. of llio U. 8. Hllrlrt CPIt 7,928 work whim administered hy thiwo lie-v- Court, toilay hiiniloil down u Bingham Inhcr- grunting a temporary InHiuliui. to I'd ;inil miHi'lflHh rhrtstimiH. restrain tho U. S. district .iitnrnuy .itnnce Tux niul tho collector of Intopinl ri'voni'ii SALVATION' AllMY t'A.MPAKIN lr""1 inieriunng wiui mo imiuuuiR I "PS IIWADW.VV tICUl-- : turo ami mill' of mioh lii'iir hv R' IVwriMnft. Ky.. Nov. 21. The NdlHHll rilllll Will gilt 'l)lgllll'l!l'. Rural" Kentucky I. boiling with t.ouls hruwurs. Judge Pollack' tlcci.ilim. while vwiU ttn fwrtj rcnta of Ihn millrti Kiilvnllon Army entliiitilntiin ami ovor on tliu Itlnghiitii eslutii tin' Sin to ROiuiially tho Homo Sorvloo ronfliiliiR Itself to a ruling on 2 75 aniMa mini. 1'nlvornlly mill Nornuil cnmpiilRii of tho Salvation Army Is per rout hour, calls attention to tho fart that war was being wupt'it ill .nlll Hlmro In propiirtlim to RiithiirliiR headway. for tlmlr Hiippoit In tho oi'Rnnizatlonn tho tlini' tho ciiusUtiitlounl prohlhl- Slroni: cmnnalmi DECISION rlpncy in tlio nilinlnlatrnllnu of. llu' If. S. COURT UPHOLDS 2.75 PER CENT BEER MR Ar-',,,- !,t hI1iII dm-ltdi- Added To .From best pit! smoke $tw tlti,lw iUffVlPHnTB JKJtLlKKEmmmK gon--jrjli- ,, p.is-tiir- t.illiH'loil ' 0 "We're way ahead of the bunch"" IFput than Field "'" lf than trtihfl Iffr con-pre- ss at-R- put that an out HAT-SNA- P. put o into and can't in that don't can't o loi-.i- ect I com-pcse.- I I li ni. - " 20 for 20 cents tind L. Cc'isav cant cobkd -- mW M, iy j tmt VJ3atlonlt's Oliildreii Cry C ASTO R A ad '. I .....rate ... ..... ( hN . 'f tut ctud i i -- - HOW MRS. BOYB AVOIDED AN i m or-Kfit-Nr Mothers Know TSat Genuine GastcrSa . I i,.-,-- te UllJfl ' -- wp ( OPERATION p-- r,., ulj IL.nt-Sn.i- p. se. , ' &SasiSS! Sisiiaturoy JW of Always Bears tho w ,w MuP RAT-SXAP- ." 1'' "?? w' "'.""'".jvoi RAT-SNA.-.. A intUoa c aa-k- , &' Y'J?V? x'r J. ri .- ud I ftt Ml ! ir f.ws'n ll)l ..- " r,,"",,"1 r.e. .Uw." -- r"ai - t. . 'Itl-WI- w viiB aatALiai f III Use or Over .. - ,... V-- .- 20 m am mt : be Aoawtal aa u w- - i.rii of aas cik ahlch cke fc feS. cSr tawtiwktrtkMHi !&Yi$mZ&i'rw end abated i. BKWMdla-a, U I The -- ala:ioa- iovs. vr.ii.it j . . . 'a tcretar day. -- b.s . Uoivaiioi v, f .. uriv"o vi .,.... Vcvnricar u -- mw - exist, write to LydU . uirira . r v. r . L,r. Mai.. i maay year ' i.l coataiais two acres, more Telegram; aad letter have . ... . .... .. --tfv" ...ji ,, ,v twfn L "V" '" 1" ., "I J" .. ' "I-BAA- v iu u aji- - i Jvaata mc vr we.ii.. w -- wwiuQcaic wuu cuiii; - f. f(- oX the TreaaaryJt wnutl "tkort,,r ra;,l4 -, thae gianlBg I r H.f vv " ltilzxt' la . ,,.. ,ha '':'- Niv Thirty Years . ...Ih ASTORil Kct Copy of Wr-j'i- feAAh k t akm w "i ..r?"';. -- KEaBlHHHMHBa Llgo, bldg. leveo . . 49.70 Smith, Charlie, services as A. 131.70 Houso Keeper Standard Printing Co., hooks (Continued from Inst work.) 3G.70 for W. S. Dean 2.0Q Strntton, T. C, pick &. nails . 34.20 Stewart, Virgo, work on hill, 39.70 Taylor, .1. W., 1380 ft lbr.., llrntchrr, S. A., orvlccs as G.00 43.95 Shown, Ed, Per Dlcm 19.95 Same, 1770 ft. lbr Sheriff 4 .1. 9Ti Thomas, .1. W., 10 bridgo sills 12.50 Thomas Dros., W. bucket &c Raise, It. I... hauling fir G.75 for roads 8.75 on IJiirtli'll. It. I).. K.Od ft llir... 4 r0. 00 .Tlchenor, Ilyron, laboron rd. Same, nnlls fi. sand sieves Jnll .55 road Taylor, II. 1, team Rouvor Diim 1Mb Mill Co., lbr. 21.70 Taylor, C. C, labor on It. & 50 bourn 200.00 fi cement Jnll 4.00 Paradiso road 13.G5 Same, lath plaster d. llmo. . . 84.20 Same, MO. ft. lbr Tlchenor, Worth, services as Taylor M. W., lfi hrs. labor on Rorryiuiin, J. N., building '. . 25.20 Jailer 45.75 road 49.70 lirldgn and tnntcrlitl Taylor, Tom, team 17 dn on llrovn .1. II., work on road &c 3G.70 Tlnsloy, (Jeorfie," furnishing 10.00 87.20 road evidence llnrtli'tt, W. W., hauling, la- Toms, Abe, tenm 14 dn..... G9.70 in. 00 Travis, J. II., 3 Vt da work hor & liiiulior 1 dn lnbor on 2.25 rd 10.50' Taylor, Tom, on Jail llrnwn, II. I... team on road Tlnsrey, W. S., services us E. 12.50 Tlchenor, Cecil, 2 da. work 2!". hrs Com'r on road '. . . . 0.00 Wcstorflold, Giiymun, 33G ft. 20.00 0.00 Diirtlott. II. I)., 4 bridge sills. 5.00 Wells. Willie, road bed Drown, II. II., lnlior.on road bridgo sills $.40 13.00 G.1G Whlttaker, .lessee, I brdR.8llls Jn hrs 8.00 3.00 Wells, Coleman, bridgo lbr. . Wlthrow, Sam, lnbor on road llontiott, L. V., fixing woll nt "1.00 Wedding, C. V., nails 2.50 5.00 Wade, II. I,.. I briilRcslllH.. . , Alms IIomho Wedding, J. W., 1 da hauling 9.00 White, Leslie, 2 da labor on Drown, (. !.. 3 da. iih com.. . fi. 240 ft lbr 7.30 3.00 rond 0.00 Hnnic Per Dlein sills 30 Whltehouse, Onico, 48.05 Wiggins, W. C, blacksmith II. Cneliler. J. K., dyiiamltn fie. 18.50 35.70 ft long k O. road 79.20 Same, fuse, raps, H. & !' i''l.. Waddle, George, 1 da labor Whlttaker, Sam, 25 hrs. labor Samu, fuse, caps &c, II. Ai II. 0.25 on rond on road 3.37 32.70 road 15 S.10 Wollor, L. G da team White, A. D., bolts &o, coal for Jail . Cooper, W. on road 77.29 SG.95 Wilson, .lm. I)., rcpnirs on S. & Court House 2.25 Weller, Mrs. Mollle, 10 da instruments Carson ti. Co. tndse. for Alms team on road 52.20 135.43 Acton, S. It., team on rd.2 da 10.00 . House. 1.00 Ashley, W. C, 8 sills & 21 Honnett, Steve, 2 bridge, sills Cabbago. Jesse, team 25 lirs. posts 21.00 12.50 Dennett, W. ('., nails, oil &c on road 2.G0 Acton Dros, 2' stoves &c 99185 II. &. O. road 3.75 Cabbage. .1. W., labor 15 lirs. 4.90 49.70 Same, buckets, 'ropo &c . . . Halls. It. P.. bldR. lovco Dunn. .1 0,1111. 1 da. 2 teams on 3 days com. . . 2 shovels. . . 4.50 9.00 Same, i plqks & ' 7.50 Drown, Q. It., road Hnme, Per Dlcm G.00 Ashley. Dennis, hauling brdg. Durham. S. I... 1092 ft. lor. & lumber 7.50 42.92 Dradloy fi Gilbert Co., 120 team 1 tin 72.00 Acton, It. D 1G8 ft. oak sills File Doxes 5.00 Diughcrty, W. C, 7 da com. Ashley, Mnrlon, 40 hrs on rd. 10.00 2C.55 Rains, O. T., for balance on and 'sills 20 sacks cement 11.15 Amoricau Cooperative Ass's., G.00 Same, Per Dlum 1 plow, scythes &e 30.30 3.00 Dean, ,W. J., labor, material Dean. W. S.. Per Diem G7.GG Alley, Jerome, work on road 1.75 Jnll 3.75 Diivnll, Clifton, labor on rd.. Drown, Dewey, work on Lewis Dam PIr. Milt Co., Reaver IKverllng, J. E., S'.4 da work Flooring Co. Jail Ilrldgo 1G.95 Creek 14.00 25.20 on Jail . Dennett, L. P , team on road. 5.00 Halls, It. P.. sanio 4.00 Everly, J. II.. team on road Dennett, Haskell, 1 daMabor Drown, P. N same 2.00 12.50 2.r hours on road 2.00 Drown, Q. D., nails & fuse. . 3.80 Free. Walter, liSB ft sills . . . 10.70 Drown, Itettle, in full for S:mc, 5 da commit. . .tec. . . 15.00 2.50 Kuiiiin. Tab.. 12fi ft lbr G.00 . 30.00 Samu, Per Diem JiidRment Francis, M. .l...bldR. rock wall 20.00 DlniiRcushlp, W. C, services Denton, Roy, 11 GO ft lbr., Fordsvllle PlR. .Mill Co., nails Clerk naming acc .:: ' 3.GC i4..u fie 6.00 llennett, W. P., nnlls, axel COO Samu, Per Diem, Ktilkerson. N. I)., team on rd. grease &c 4.50 Dailies. W. 11 services as B. Foreman, II. K.. rcpalriiiR ComY 20.00 llennett. W. C, G scrapers fc , 2.00 brldRo freight on same Carter, W. F. , hauling &c 80.04 Kulkerson, Erk, team on road on road . . 5.00 Same, fuse, caps &c, II. & 7.50 15 hours O road Casebier, J. F grading, nails 290 Kiilkerson. N. D., nails &. work 27. S5 Dalrd. E. C.', V' ii'rs.' Ia'u'oV on 23.10 &c, for road on road bridge S.75 Same, dynamite 11. &. Q. road 32.45 Fulkerson. Brit, 20 lira labor llennett. E. L 10 hrs labor 00 Clark. J. I., work on Rock-po- rt on road 1 G.00 & Par. road oil bridge 2.25 00, Ford, Or B. W., Med. services 'Chiiin, J. C, repairing brdg. 3.00 Dennett, Rupert, 20 hrs. lnbor days lalllnes. W, A.. 13 4.5') on bridgo 40. 95 Crowe, Alonzo, haullnR fc re- -. bor on Jail 5.00 Dennett, E. L., hauling lbr. G.00 palriiiR bridRe Gray. Hob, hanlluR 111 lbr.. .. for bridge . , , 2.50 Duke, It. A.. 300 ft. lbr 7.50 Olllesple llros., blncksmlthltiR 32.10 Durham, S. L.., 1159 ft. lbr.. . 4S.8.0 lllean, Dr. J. S., mod. services" II. & O., rond for paupers 11.93 10.00 Dexter & Vincent, nails .Same, blncksinlthlng II. &. 2.70 Dellamy, W. D., repairing 37.4C Duke. D. F.. nails II. road bridges G.00 DauRhorty, V. C, 2 du com. . 10.00 S.iino. blncksiulthluR. HourIi G.00 Realty, H. D., 2040 ft lbr. Aic 65.90 17.10 Same, Pur Dlcm Creek brldpo 5 do. 15.00 Dlankenshtp, W. C, services Same blacksmithliiR Jail . . . IS. 30 Dean, W. S., Dlcm com as Clerk 111.50 G.00 Same, Per Guff, J. W.. blacksmlthlng on Same, Per Dlcm 6.00 i.00 Duff, Otis, team on Halls road tools Hartford, Creek road Hartford Herald. Adv. fie . . . 23.50 Duff, ('has., team on Halls 77.20 Dank of Dam PIr. Vscarlfle'r 315.00 Mill Co., Heaver Hughes, W. W.. S da. labor on building material Jail 32S.55 47.20 Creek road 14.00 road Same, cement for II. &. 0..& East St. Louis bridge co., hal. Hocker. J. A.. 7 balls of straw '. ,500.00 & 11. road . 139.00 II. on Reynolds bridge 3.50 Alms Houho Drown. C. P. bridge lbr. Bugler, L. S., work on R. fc ,40.00 Hocker, Durnlo, 11 hrs team 5,00 Cummins, Harvey, labor ou Paradiso road 5.50 work 4.00 C. bridge Lewis 5S.40 7.00 Same, 1GGS ft. brldpo lbr. . Hcflln, J. L., hauling Carson, lT. S., 5 da labor on .90 Farmer, Dave, 5 da hauling Hardin. Foster. 3 V hrs. labor jail & labor . . . 24.70 24.95 3.00 iRlehnrt. Flnnls, lbr Carden, Wilbur, repairing 2 JurnuKln, Joo. bulIdliiR lovco 20.00 Ford, Dr. E. W visit Ducke- ...-... bridges 6.00 7.50 ley Jackson. Dob.. ImlldlnR brdR. . 1.50 Filback,girl Craig, C. A., 5 da. team on Hnrry, tc;im on Hulls G.00 Jackson. VIr., team cm rd.. . . 20.00 road , 17.35 Creek road shovels, Clarence, James. Com'th. of Ky., Inmate:, II. G.10 Gcrnio Mfg. Co., disinfect A. iL picks &c 50.00 75. GG of Rerorm Houso 3.0U Jewell,' J. K., 4 sills fc haullnR 2.50 Curtis. A., livery H. & II., & Harrison, Hood, hauling lbr.. Jnmlson, Ccphus, 20 lirs. la4.50 O. road , 2.50 5.00 Holbrook, Sam, hauling lbr.. bor on road Klllaln, A.. Architect services 25.00 Hoover, Lonnie, 5 brdR. sills. 29.70 Casebier, J. H.F., dynamite, &0 fiiM! &c, 33.55 7.00 Henry, Elvis, hauling & bldg. Keown, Frank, fi sills 7.40 bridgo 10.00 Same, rolio for Pauper Llndley. J. W., team on road Cooper Coal Co., 750 bu. 12.50 Hartford Mill Co.. lbr., nulls 2.1 hours lump coal 112.20 &e for County Jail 25.61 Llndley, Nat, team on road 23.50 Hoover, Bmmitt, 1 da labor DaiiRherty, W. C. delivering 47 hours on road -- 00 2.00 dynamite H. & H. road . . . Lnnkford, Win., furnishing 20.00 lllnes, W. A., labor on Jail. . . 46.95 Same, freight fie 20.00 evidence 5.00 Harder. C. I.. 5 sills 6.00 4. SO Same, 2 da comiu. .ltteo. . . Murphy. J. I)., road bed Mnttlngly. Jesse B., 2 da. 'I Hicks, Chas., 'j da on Halls Daniel. Tom. 600 ft. sills &c 20.00 10.00 1.G0 Davis. J. II., 28G7 ft & $3.00 crcoK, road haullnR lbr. A 3S.41 Harrison, Culley, fc day on hauling Mulden. Jesse, bulldlnR brdR .50 I, Hnlls Creek, road 1.G0 Dean, V. S Per Diem 3.00 & nails 00 Der. J". C. nails fie. Jail 18.31 Bmbertoii, J. D., labor on Mitchell, Dan.. 200 ft. lbr... I 5.G2 McKlnley, Chan., bldR. brldRO bridges Johnson, Frell, team on road COO Bvans,. Wnrren, 225 ft. bridgo 1 day 22.00 & material 13 4.50 da. Morton, VIr., team"' on road, Johnson, Archie, lumber 20.00 J G7.20 Flonor. Elvis, labor on brdg..' 53.70 team on road days da. Mnhnnoy. J. 11.. 10 Vi da work Johnson Ramie. 24 Vi Fulkorson. L. D.. 12721 ft lbr 49S.24 31.20 129.70 Fentress, Pink, GOO ft. bridgo teams on road on jnll 9.00 21.00 Snino, clearing right of way. . Ohio Co. Drug Co.. drugs for lumber ' Alms House . . . . 50.00 Same, 13 Vs da. overseeing wk 40.20 Ford, J. W., 11 Joint 8 tllo &c 8. GO 11.05 Keuffel & Bsser Co., drawing Fuqua, It. D hauling lbr. 1 Same, school books C.54 5.00 supplies II. fc H. road... day Plorson, Nettor, bldg. bridge. 20.00 2.00 Farmers Mill Assn., 1388 ft. Peach, II. F lbr., nnlls &c. 53.20 Kirk, J. B., 1 da labor on road 4 1.3 1 Loo, Edward, 12 VS da labor Phegloy, Owen, G da labor on br. lumber S.75 27.30 Ford, J. W., pump & pipe. . 11.75 on road road 4.00 Martin, Horace, 1 Gillespie Dros. II. S. wk. on da work 1 Phurrls, Leamun, set of sills 1.50 S.50 5.85 on road Robinson, Joo, bldg. brldRO . tools. H. & O. road 8.00 Montgomery, J. 1)., hauling & 20.50 Dice, Forest, haullnR lbr. 2 da Same. II. S. wk. on tools... 7,00 12.50 Gallon Iron Wks & Mfg. Co., Ralph, H. A., rods for brdg.. . irrn ill nir 44.70 1 No. 10 G.'R. Plow Dros. hauling, la da. labor Itomans, .M. D I J ontgoinery 13.3.-21.50 linden & McDanlel, mills for bor & grading road G.8r. Murphy. A. (3., 7 da labor by 8.34 bridge ItomaiiH. Millard, work on hill 15.00 15.75 Hoover, Lonnie, brdg. sills . . Italy, C B.. 8 da labor on rd. 14.00 A. J. Peach . . . . , Dan. 50 ft. lumber f llenfrow, Jimmy, G da labor 9.00 Mitchell, Herman, 10 du labor 1.25 Hartford Print. Co., ballots & 25S.50 Midklff, Advt road 24.30 Hlmes, W. A.. 65 lira, labor on roud Russell, V. T., G8 da labor on 2G.70 10,10 Midklff. Arnold, 3 on County Jail da laroad 14.42 7.87 Helton, J. It., building bridge bor on road . . . .' River Sand & U ravel Co., sand G2.30 150.54 Mitgau, Unit, S da & 2 hrs. Hartford Her. adv. &c Rravel & comunt 59.28 Richardson, Sam., GO hrs. la'IS. 54 Huff. J. S 1986 ft. lbr. labor on road U.5G Murphy,. Paul, 2 Jones, Etira ,25 hrs. labor on da. labor bor on road 5.62 bridgo 5.60 on road Rhoads. Hutler, 3s da labor 10.00 Martin, Mack, CV& da labor Johnson, Harney, 500 ft. Bills and haullnR 50.95 15.10 . &c on road Ithoads. 1). A., 273 ft. br. . . . CS.12 5 da 'labor 3.00 Miller, Arnett. Rhoads. II. C 1 da. asj.com. . Kirk. A. D., office rent to "6.00 49.70 11.25 Nov. 1st , on road Same, Per Diem 6.00 Nelson, Leslie, 10 Vi du labor Loe, R. E., 333 ft. brdg. lbr.. . 17.30 Howe, G. W.. 2 da qs com. . . . & 6.00 i 24.10 Lambrord, Win., ovldenco on road Same, Per Dlom 20.33 expenses Dice, D. F., 4 da, uh com. . . 12.00 Nelson, Garland, GVz da labor 6.0l" l"i 10 Lanktord, W. J., labor on rd. 7.50 on road Same, Per Diem 1.50 ... S 2.29 Leach. C. W 2 brdg. sills. . , da labor Overton, C. T. S., nails . i Smith. J. 25.20 Overton, W. C labor on It. & C, L., labor on brdg. 51.70 Maples, on Jail 2.50 19.00 Maddox, J. E., same Paradise road Scott, Itcuben, 1250 ft brldRO Muddox, A L sumo 4.00 00,20 Owensboro Sand & G. Co., lumber Maddox, S. W 21 brdg. sills 62.70 53.2 tons gravel &. 41.75 Stevens, R. F., arresting Rex 5.00 89.91 Morris, Mary, nursing sick . . sand 8.00 Arbucklu 16.50 Murphy, Win., sharpening gr. Stevens, Sam L 5 da as com. 15.00 Owen, Lon, bldg. bridge 2.25 10.00 '. bludo 3 00 l'ayton, Fred, 5 bridgo sills . . Same, Per DJ.'in 6.09 Marlowe, Wider, sills, team Porter, L. L., 2 da labor . . . Scott, O. B . bldg. levee Itull l & labor 99-- 0 Porter, A. .C, cost I). Drown Hun bottom 5.00 17.35 Mlllor. Nolin. hauling lbr 1 da vs Ohio 'Co Smith, Jessd, hauling llir. &c 1.50 1.50 Miller, Thos. work on brldg., 5 00 Illal, Bck hauling express &c for Jail 24.70 Mlllor, S. P., Jailing, releasRenfrow, J. T road bed Standard Printing Co., elec6.60 ing etc 6.00 71.09 Rhoads. U. C, Pur Dlum . . . tion supplies &c 12.00 New Port Cut. Co., motal culSkinner, W. It., bldg. bridge. . 14.25 Same, 4 dn commltteo , 0.00 ....1,251.00 verts .' 15.30 Itowo, G. v, Per Diem Swift Don, 0 bills 630.G4 4.50 Samu, metal culverts da committee. . , Same, 1 Smith, Charity, services Alms 7.50 302.CS Ralph, Roy, 4 hrs labor on Parks. M. T hauling. Houso Keeper .90 Pattou. Clarence, 16177 ft. road Smith, J. H., U'O ft lbr & 417.0G lumber 10.50 Iloach, Eruio, iVi da, team labor 7.50 Phegloy, Owen, bluatlng on rd 19.00 on roud 0.00 Shown, lid.. 2 da us com. . . . 7.50 G.00 Sanio, 10 labor on road.. 24.10 Roshur, Humu, labor on road Same, PerS-DleRico. Forest, 7 da. labor on Smith, V. I).. 4 da. wk on Jail 12.00 Stlnipson, J .V. & Co.", :(3S9,ft 27.70 i9.50 2.50 lumber Tlchenor, L. II., hauling lbr.. . 7.50 2.50, Stuvens, Sam L., 4 da us com. 12.01) Rice. It. E., 3 da. labor Tanner. J. W haulInK lbr. . . 32.70 6.00 Rhoads, J, II., sills and etc. Thomas Dros. tools, grouse &c 50.19 Stevfliis, Sam L Par Dlum , . 24.00 1.G5 Rice. II. F., S da, as aom,.. . . milts Smith. A. Tlchenor, Worth, services as 4.00 Sime, Per Dlom 39.40 IShuHVW. D., labor ou road. . t 0.00 . Jailer Financial Statement of Ohio County Southard, ar.i3i. m rfi ij-- i rik v J vl fn&i -s cafiftEXPERTLY 'to a. w - t . j .... What you pay out your good mQney for is cigarette satisfaction and, my; how ia you do get it in every puff of Camels! of the tobaccos yet taining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation! You. may smokethemwithouttiringyourtaste! low-mildne- J Kit .- blended choice choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi- nate bite and free them from, any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. Camels win instant and permanent 'success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel- R. ss For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. 'Winston-S.-.'.-m- I J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, i N. C. P51J5i I Bm3aiia llUUlll IJIIIU, Rowan, It. A, r j i uu. luuiu .... Rowe. Finis. 150 ft. lbr. . . . Rhonds, Wayne, 2 da. work. . Rhoads, Dutler, 2 da work. . . Rhoads, D. C, 2 da, as com. . . Same, Per Diem Rowe, G. W., 2 da, as coin.. . Same, Per Diem Swain, R. J sharpening gr. . . Shepherd. J. T., 978 ft. brdg. lumber 430 ft brdg. .ifj.w u.uu 8.60 4.50 4.00 4.0i) OVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS Black-Draogfc- 6.00 G,00 6.00 6.00 1.50' 19.56 AD Rtey& . .... V 6. ...... ". ... .... .... ......... f ' lumber 9.00 Stevens. Sam L., 3 da. as com. G.00 Same, Per Diem Sapn. Dud .labor 10.00 St. Clair, Roy, hauling 1 da. . 5.00 Smith. Charlie, services as A. House Keeper 131.70 Shown, Ed. Per Dlcm .' 6.00 Tlchenor, Worth, services. as 60.10 Jailer &c Tlchenor, Cecil, work on 'Jail 19.50 Turnham, Tom, 400 ft, bridge 10.00 sills 6.40 Thomas Dros., stove pipes &c Same, supplies II. & II. road 3.50 Williams, J. C, coffins for paupers 24.00 Wiggins, W. C, Hlnck S. wk. .75 Same. Dlnek S. wk on H. & O. road 5.00 Wohterfield, Gilbert, labor on bridge 5.62 Wosterflold, Herbert, same . 5.62 Wills, 3VIIbor. wk. with team 4.00 Ward. Herbert, wk. with team 20.00 Whlttaker, Emmett, 7 brdg. , 20.00 sills Darnard, E. P., Election Of- 2.00 ficor Keown, Cal. P., same 2.00 'Slnuctt, II. H., same 2.00 2.00 Ellis, S. II., sanio Dean, J. E same, 2.00 2.00 Harnett, S. T., sflino 2.00 Harnett, A. M., same 2.00 Martin. Otto C, sanio R same Tlnsloy, O. 2.80 L., same .. Dennett, E. 2.80 C. U same Shown, 2.00 W. Q., sanio 2.00 Park, Davis, James T., sanio 3.60 3.60 Lee, W. O., same 2.00 Martin, Mack, same 2.00 Raker. Tlco, sanio Taul, W. A., samo 4.40 Mutfett, J. W.. samo 4.40 2.00 Miller. Leo P., samo Mcdcalf, T. II., same 2.00 Stevens, S. L., samo 3.90 Jumes, J. A samu 3.90 Taylor, S. C, samo 2.00 Shields, Warren, saii)e 2.00 Drown, C. II., samo, 4.50 Moore, J, L., samo .' 4.50 Smith, L. M., snino 2.00 Dorrymnn, J, N., samo 2.00 4,00 Carter, J. T., same Ros, J. W., same 4.00 Maddox, J. E., samo 2.00 I 2..00i Woodburn, E. C, same Maples, S. O., samo 4.00 Maddox, W. II., same 4.00 , 2.00 Clarke, J. I., samo 2.00 Hunter, S. E samo Tlnsloy, E. D., samo 4.40 Keown, N. II., samo 4.40 , 2.00 Lankford. W. L, same Ilanney, c. W same 2.00 Gary, V. C, samo 4.40 4.40 Christian, G. C, same 2.00.; Crowder, Miles, samo 2,00 ' Hoover, W. R., same Crowder, II. T., same 3.95 3.95 Hatler, W. V samo 2,00 Schroador, Mc, samo Monroo, J. P., samu 2,00 Smith, E. C., sumo 2.80 Suiidofor, Ellis, same 2.80 2.00 Park, J. A. C, samo Miller, A. C, sam. .e 2.00 Stevens, It. J., same 2.80 ' Coleman, It. P., samo '. 2 80 Mitchell, Render, same 2.00 Thomas, W. P., sumo JOO Rogers, E. P.,, samo 3.00 itQiidor, B. T.. samo a 00 James, Suminlu, samo . . . , . a 00 Moyers, OluudQ, samu 2.00 lumber Southard, J. D 995 ft. brdg. Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was After a Few Doses of 19.90 L. Black-Draugh- ' " Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs.- - Cynthia doses of Seventy years of successful st SfiaJt -Hlgg'lnbotham, of this town, 6ayr "At S made Thedfo'rd's "Sb aiy age, which Is 6, the liver docs standard, household remedy.. Ecwsr not act so well as when young. A few member, of every famllyy at i&n years ago, my stomach was all out of need tho help that ess. j fix. I was constipated, my liver glvo in cleansing the system 'didn't act My digestion was bad, and llevlng the troubles that conic JEnacy It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy ilsaa petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep woll valess 5?nacr I decided I would give stomach, liver and bowels are-- io Kftaff"- a thorough trial as I l:new It working order. Keep them thai "kk was highly recommended for this Try It acts prcEisi!y trouble. I began taking It. I felt gently and in a natural way. tSsmz. better after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose ts&&&. Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh toaorrOTs; ItSa. bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package One cooi k troubla'wti toon righted with a few ii arurtu Black-DraaBfcBlack-DrangiS zz&s. Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- t. fcftftftftJ6fiAAAftftAS AftftftftftftftftfftAifeJi ..... ...... rs Burglar Insurance i a- - a & Mm-?-- i ii- - :s. ..... i Is carried by BANK OF a. e- n If you do business with us your interests are protected. .Ohio HARTFORD. County's oldest financial '& .... o I i 3t 4? 1 ? BANK OF HARTFORD HARTFORD, KY. a 4- - i C - (Continued on buventh pao,) it' ;????vv?vv?v?v?vt?VTv?$M M' ifri &w IX"v- - r ., The Farmers' Loose Leaf Tobacco VVarehouse Owensboro's Big New Warehouse 44 v Opens For Business THE LATTER. PART OF THIS WEEK i This will be one of the greatest tobacco warehouses in the entire west end of the state covering over 42,000 feet of flloor million pounds daily. space with a selling capacity of Aside from this it is modern in every particular furnishing plenty of room, the best lighted house in Owensboro and practiAn added feature is we have a stable convenient for you to hitch your team or leave it over night, and we will cally ' have a man at the stable day and night to look after your teams and belongings. You don't have to come up to town to get a place to leave your team at night. We assure you courteous treatment and the highest prices available at all times. Bring us your first load of tobacco. Our house is owned and operated by farmers of Daviess and adjoining counties. one-half fire-proo- f. Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) i (The W. G. RINEY, President. S. WEIKEL, Vice. President. West 9th Street, Owensboro, Ky. R. L. DANIELS, Auctioneer. ROWAN HOLBROOK, M. H. MURPHREE, Assistant Sec'y. Sec-Trea- s. Instead, due in n ment for some frlvllous or foolish about three days as we receive for the and their aid. paragraph seen in your alleged "fun week. Yes there is one thing in the ! large part to his fear that publicity letter we must take Issuq with Mr. would set all Europe by the heels, column." Owens on, that is where ho says the he chose to continue his solitary poliWeekly by Published The Peace Treaty may bo dead, of "Lord was wording for hlmsplf when cy etc. We believe that the Times HARTFORD- - PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated that we are not at all prepared to say. he put in the six days In building the is near the truth in tho above statePolitics may have had a large hand earth." We must say that in our ments. Illundor number four, was in shelving it, but considering that humble opinion the Good Lord was when he, the President, declared , W. S. TINSLEV, Editor every person connected with it acted laboring for all of mankind, because that the treaty SHOULD bo ratified Business Manager. and according to their honest convictions. ho had no uso for the earth, except without reservations and that HE President Wilson displayed rather for United Mine Workers to dig coal would not agree to any In other Entered according to law at the poor politics when he took upon him- out of, the farmers to scratch the words 1 don't give a tinker's damn Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall self the sole duty of making the pact surface and produce food for the fel- whnt you fellows see In it objectionaToatter of the second class. mil- low working below, another to build a ble, in conflict with the constitution in which more than to lions of Americans were vitally in- railroad on which to cany the coal to and in your honest judgment contrary Address all communications terested, when it was a well known market and bring the food produced to the very best interest to the NaThe Hartford Republican. fact that more than one half of the by the farmer to the minors' door, to tion, you simply HAVE to take it as people did not belong to Mr. Wilson's contain rivers and ponds for his disci- I want it and so far as I am concernNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ed, as to your views, you may be Subscribers desiring the paper sent political party. It would have been ples, editors, miners, farmers and hanged. Tho Times probably giveso inclined, to fish in: to a new address must give the old so easy to have had a couple of recogAddress in making the request. sufficient reason to cause the manized leaders from the opposition on Business Locals and Notices 10c Americans to jority of commission and thereby pacified The Louisville Times in a lengthy )er line, and 6c per line for addltlon-i- l the everybody, or at least the enormous editorial, in. a recent issue, scores resent the President's acts. Hut insertion. thoso reasons, what Is the Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards majority of nll Senator Lodge and those who oppos- aside from a of Thanks, 5c per line, money in treaty without reserva- Senate for? If it does not have mind ed the peace Kentucky) does not have the best tions and it looks to us like the It may call its own lets abolish it If Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, Cc per line. Fotball team in the world no one majority of the Country likewise op- and save that much cost to the Govwill can successfully deny it, because posed it from the way It votes when ernment. Hasen't it a right to some Anonymous commuulcations receive no attention. during the pre.ifiit soason C'ertie given a chance and then in the same opinions, other than those soaking College stands midofei'ed. In fart, article sets out four probable rea- out from tho brain of Woodrow TELEPHONES. we believe that she has won every sons, which, as It says are Wilson's 123 Cumberland game played, in the last three years, four great blunders, first of which 00 .Farmers Mutual with one exception probably. Sho was his paitisan appeal for the elechas defeated West Virginia, the team tion of none but democrats in ilast in a declslvo ..NOVEMBER 28 that beat Princeton VltlDAV, year's election, which appeal It says manner. Princeton hold Harvard to was repudiated by the people that 0 tie and Harvard defeated Vale ought to have slowed tho President FOR SALE! The drop in stocks and bonds have Kentucky up a bit. but it did not second, he no interest whatever for us, what we , 10 to 3. Center humbled are deeply concerned in is pork, po State 56 to nothing and did the same went to Paris which events saved tatoes, beans and a few other such thing to Depauw University last Sat- the world from a fresh European war, d insignificant items. Stocks and such urday. If we do not have the best but ho took with him a football, commission on which tho great Relike, to a newspaper man, are only in the world in tho way of this year, wo will probably never bo publican party was unrepresented. He mythical objects at best. disillusionized, as tho season is now could have confounded the. plans of by Governor over and tho big champions of the Lodge with Taft or Root or Wicker-shaannouncement The elect. Morrow, that Major J. M. East and West don't appear to desire or all three of them, but he game for dis unwisely n DoWce.?c would bend Kentucky's mil- to play a defied thoso plans. Third. Bred Gilts and young Pigs. itary establishment us Adjutant Gen- puted titles. the President when he returned in Pedigree furnished. eral, and that Hon. Alvls S. Ilennett' March could have forced tho Senate C. Owens, of Our Friend, Robert would bp appointed to n placo on the loader to support him by taking him LOYALL P. BENNETT, Workmen's Compensation Hoard will Mcllenry, a United Mine Worker, of and his committee completely into we wish to Hartford, Ky. meet with jtho unqualified endorse- America, and his confidence, asking their udvico Route 7 ment of people ot all political parties' state that just about 90 times out not only in Ohio County but wlferev-e- r of each 100, or perhaps oftenor, wo are, or have been for labor, because the appointees are known. our floks ure laborers and we aro Ainiv mivn nrali Wool niankets. Clean and Sanitary, nbout to say that ourself a laborer, has a short article it We are not pretending : $ T..9G .ii, tj.CO under our management, this paper Is In this week's Issue on tho editorial U. S. Army Grey Wool Hlunkots, clean and sanitary 8,50 over very gootl (and I guess the ma- squib of last week with reference to U. S. Army Jackets, wool lined, sleevelpss, now 38 Inches long, great coat for winter. . 28.50 Lined jority of our leaders will move to the Lord working a full day &c. Wo U. S. Army Sheep Ranges,Coat, in.1 high. 33 In. wido. 52 In. long, with :!8 U. S. Army Steel scratch out the word "very") but wo do not rare to discuss further, and in largo bake oven, warming closet. Water backs ready to con- any nect with hot water tank. Condition very good. Worth $200. liavo tried our best to make it in fact tho urticlo did not attempt C7' Special five days this week in order to let discussion, but was rather in tho Army Heaters, Radiant Homo Hot Blast, largo bIzo nickol trim off thanksgiving for u holi- nature of a "pun," tho question or U. S. med. A beautiful the force stove, suitable for homo, schools, etc. ".GO day, which happens to bo our press the soundness or unsoundness of tho , working U. S.Worth $65 ue, Army Heaters, "Monica" No. id, a? in. nign, as, in. day. Thursday is the ono day of proposition ot everybody 15.00 2Cx27 In. baso (. . , tho week In which we gather tho lurg-u- r only six hours a day nnd only fivo S. Army Heaters, "Colo" Blast, u splendid stovo. Special.... 18.50 our local and county hap- days out of tho week. Wo do wish U. S. Army Heaters, "Rig Sovon", suitable for homo, store, factory. . 15.00 part of U. penings. Hence wo are ono day lato however to ask our friend Rob to U. S. Navy Hummocks, mado of extra heavy canvas. Water proof. . 2.95 with our weakly record. Mil bv luat read the little articlo In this issuo U. S. Army Leather Halters. Oonly a few left. Good condition. Order 1.25 seen Aro clean and ready to under tho caption "Suppose Farmers Ollvo Drub' Wool Shirts. good condition. Everybodywear, navo army much worse tin i common. knows tho servico, but ure in Strike" clipped from Successful 'wool shirt and what excellent satisfaction it, gives. J1.0C, $2.35 and $2.75 Prices The calling, or business, or mnybu Fanning. Only ono paragraph in tho condition, special. . au.yu its a game, of newspaper editing is communication would wo call special ir. S. Armv McClellan Saddles, cood serviceableeach 32.9 Army twig liar attention to, that is where Mr. Owens II. S. Army New Leather McClelan Saddles, ono of uuct putts and COO U. S. III Roots, almost now. Pair by tho says "Wo don't believe there" is an U. S. Army Rubber manifested Garattractions as Wool Underwear, cloun, In serviceable condition. 115 ment average leader. A man may spend Editor In Kentucky, If ho could print IT. S. A vin v 2.95 Shoos, all sizes, repaired. Pair tedious lioura in reducing to writing all of thd papots in six hours ho U. S. Army lliiKxc'tt Lenthor but in serviceable condition.' Each.. 3.50 Used Raincoats. his soul's bobt thought, no ono with- could sell, wuuld continue running U. S. Army Now Shoes. Excellent Shoo for wear unci comfort, tho oxpeiionco may recognize, his pross jiiht because he had tho I Pair. . 8.85 KiMitiino U. S. Army Shoe, mado for tho Government. out such most time." Now If Mr. Owons will spend V. S. Army Overcoats, dyed dark blue, good serviceable condition. M it scorns, his honofctsmd 15.95 Special Ho occupies n week huro with us, in this office I aomtctuliielous ondoavor. U, S. Army Commercial Kitchen Knives, $1 pr dozen; U. S. Army Comone about tho same roll as did tbu man of ha will sm ono allegud Editor, U. 8. Army stock. 75c down; luo. Forks Kentucky mercial kulvoa, No. motal, blight clann U. H. Army ounimttrclul Tin PIu PJutea, 76c dozan; all whom JhH complained to Christ, who Iv trying tu edit one wlu) lmU lu wit laaa than G3 nuw, BSe diMun. who canting Mt vll uplrlu lwper, thw an)' bank is Qraavlll. Ywir every TERMS Ctuh with' order; trytaK lu gat .ready la th nam of, I'hrlat mid who waa hour PrlMa 1'. O. II. OreanvUla. Plana laaluiH oaljr thraa huura money back l( nut satisfied. ottitpaay. aol a tuamter tor btmsm that rim Malaga whan ordnrluf kuuUs aaat a aarual post. Writ (or Catalog. x l of I w Inmate lbs t UKAIH.IIV IMJMIWI W.UIKNOUatt VQ MlWamVVIIcWi, S, C. . I talr orgtnliatfem- - Vp youuy out 'of t wak. u4 y la 1 - - a. m hmIi Largest Dulr la U.4. Amy jMrt dom wfM will aava a compU- - Mr. OwtM Hartford Republican If There Were But One Edison Instrument In All the Wbrld it would be the property of the nation, enclosed within granite walls and guarded as one of its most priceless possessions. People would cross continents for the privilege of hearing its marvelous renditions of artists' voices or instrumental performances. But because the resources of modern science permit its production in quantity and its sale at a reasonable price, you take it for granted. As a matter of fact ad-ran- THE NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Reputation" is one of the greatest achievements of modern science. It the artists' voice on instru- 1 .- Oh! I S 10-1- -- hand-picke- post-seaso- ments with such complete fidelity that no human ear can distinguish the two renditions: that of the living artist from that of the New Edison. More than 1500 tone tests have been conducted to demonstrate the truth of this claim. More than 2,000,000 people have heard the living artist sing in direct comparison with his own voice on the instrument, and in not one instance could a listener sav when it was the artist he heard and when the New Edison. No other instrument has ever been subjected to this searching test. Write us if you want to hear a demonstration. t I Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSOX, Munuger i t FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ' ,'"V A YOUNG WOMAN AT FIFTY or AN OLD WOMAN AT THIRTY I Women who use New Form of Liquid Iron to build up and enrich the blood possess r real secret of Youth Tho real difference between nn old woman of thirty and n youiiK woman of fifty is ono of health and bodily vigor. Tho becret of You,tli Is nothing more mysterious than this. ' flio blood is ncrhnps tho most important factor in maintniniiiK health in women. You need no other evidence than to loolc around you nmoiif the women of your acquaintance. Tht) sick nnd ailing and pulu are anneiiiii', listloss and volurli-itho lack of rich rod blood in plainly apparent in their upixtarnnee. Tho most important thing tho blood needs to enrich it and ennblo it to carry life and vigor to nil partof tho body is Iron. And tho most successful ami reliable method of nutting this great into tho blood is through the uso of a natural form of nolubln iron, Known as Acid Iron Mineral. Thousands of women have found health in this way, and have been able to the attractiveness of youth in. bpite of tho advancing years. Acid Iron Mineral cohtaiim im alcohol or injurious drugs it wih not iMHi'kmi the tooth, and diugL'Uts will refund Urn purchase price Ir you ttiv not uttiaiWd with tlw iiiiovoinuiil n-ta- in llM-lbnl- , I . Coin-muroi- ul wk. rfrtte, mm to4 ' Tim woman who blood ht lioaltliy wvl full of Vitality uluay liiu rwl ehrtkti, m owl eumuicxioti uutl body that u upU), Hctive utiA tingling wim unargy, wiyii Vw S.4I by OHIO COrXTV nilUCI CO, IiiimihwIwI, IWItHOJfei SCOVlW.lt, inwtttw Ciwwi, Kr., Dhiilbutait. Ky. Hev. and Mrs. W. II. Forcmnn, af- Gentry Vntes, of Nashvlllo, Tenn., ter spending some tlmo with relatives who formerly resided here, visited In Owcnsboro nml Dundee, returned friends nnd relatives in and near r to their homo hero, Monday. Hartford, the first of this week. Miss Ednn Ward, of this place U Mr. M. V. Johnson, of near town, teaching the school at Harnett's has purchased the J. C. Her properCreek, this week, In plnco of her ty of Mr. L. M. Ward, in tho Thomas sister, Mrs. Alva Kirk, who In quite Addition, and hns moved Into same. 111. 444KVtt " Tho Do Laval Is tho most clllclcnt means of separating cream from milk. It is efficient 40 years of separbuilding experience ator has brought tho best construction In every detail. That's why tho Do Laval skims so close, turns so easy and lasts so long. Thero nro moro Do Laval separators in uso than all other 'makes combined. Muko it ah present. Ono that your wlfo will enjoy' twlco a dayr every day In tho year, and It will pay for itself every year you uso it. Ask us about It. X-m- as W mm' Wv BR v j?i I II , ( ArtTCHBa II moused J) J 111 1 Hon. Alvls S. Dennett, of Louisville, after upending Friday and attending to business matters In Owcnsboro, camo here for a brief visit with relatives. Sat-urd- Tock's Ilnd Boy will appenr at tho Heaver Dam Opera Houso Monday night. This is snld to be a show of unusual merit, and should draw a full house. e Monday resembled tho dny of Circuit Court In ns much ns Doc. Cnsseday, who for years made this town as regular as Coilrt commenced, in tho Interest of soino sort concern, .was of patent medlclno horc in full strength. Tho Doctor's mission nt this time was purely one of advertising and from tho crowd around him nt times wo o sucJudge ho had tho usual, cess. -, old-tim- so 11. A Good Point Now and then is by the best of men. For instance, do you know that rel-ished f Miss Norlno lllnek, who Is attend- ing tho Howling Green Duslness University, Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays wltft-b- er parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Hlnck. Capt. J. 0. Keown, of Evansvllle, J. I. Case Co., camo to Hnrtford Inst Friday to be treated for an affection of neuritis. Cnpt. Keown remained here several days. 1ml., with tho Mr. W. Vl. Dennett and first old-tlm- t DUTCHESS TROUSERS 10c a Button, $1 a Rip are adorning the figures of over 2,000,000 satisfied wearers all over the country that they are warranted to wear You had better see us today while the "pickin's good." "Nufr Sed."-- lkxz&l&Ck The Hartford Republican .NOVKMItKIt Mr8 K- : oml with JUss Esther, left hqre Tuesdny for SIGHT RESTORED TO THE ALMOST IlLINI) Louisville, where they will rcmnln for a few days, going from there to Ft. Mr. G. R. Fulton, Wysox, Ky., could Lauderdale, Fla. to spend the winter hardly sec how to travel on the highway by day. He tried, two Specialists Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wilson, of and ono doctor, who fitted glasses, Falrvlew, passed through town Saturhut his sight was not Improved. He day, from Centertown, where they went to J. D. Tappan and had his had been visiting their daughter, Mrs. trouble corrected. Now he can read Igleheart, who had been quite a newspaper, travel at night and says ill. ho would not take a farm for his glasses. You will do a lot of read For your stomach's sake use n ing these long1 winter nights, don't malleable Monarch range. Vitreous strain your eyes with poor glasses enameled, rust proff. On display but come In and have tho correct here. glasses fitted to them. A blind man J. 1). WILLIAMS & SONS. would bo willing to pay a million Icnver Dam, Ky. dollars for a good pair of eyes If he had the money. Mrs. Jno. IJ. Wilson and Mrs. S. O. J. B. TAPPAN, Keown went to Louisville, Monday to Jeweler & Optician. attend the Kentucky Parent-TeachHartford, Ky. Association, as representatives of the mm' They returned local association. United States marshals acted at homo yesterday. enumerators at the first nine decen ninl censuses. .Each marshal hail Remember If you wish to save one ns many assistants as were necessarj d fuel to properly cover his allotted third or moro of that and keep your rooms good and warm, you may do so by putting in one of Heaters, sold those famous Air-tig- daughter, m r J. D. Williams i Doth Vhoncs. Beaver Dam, Ky. 6 Sons ; 4 LAND FOR SALE BY 44.- "" - MATTHEWS, KEOWN & MUXER. Real Estate and Insurance Agents FORDSVILLE, KY. 180 acres, 3 miles north of Fordsville, Ky. 120 acrs& dwelling, extra goocl! cleared, balance in woods, out buildings, fine barn, good water, good orchayoV zfr acres grass, 25 acres pasture, all under good fence. 151 acres, I mile north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. xI28"aere&-- . bottom. 23 acres hill land, 40 acres in woods, on public road and county ditch, all ditch tax paid. dwelling, good barn, good water and orchard, 10 acres grassv House and 10 acres of land, just outside the town lim3s of Fordsville, Ky. Good stable and out buildings, fine. young orchard, 5 acres in grass. A bargain. v 211 acres, 4 miles north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. IOG' acres cleared, balance in woods. dwelling, twos, good barns, fine well, on public road, 4 miles to R. R. Stai. 25 acres in grass, 8000 feet lumber to go with, farm.. 80 acres, 1 mile south of Askins, Ky., on public road, zSi dwellcleared, 12 acres bottom land, some Umber, ing, small stable and tobacco barn, plenty of water, half, mile to school, 2 miles to church. 190 acres, 2 miles south of Rock Vale, Ky. 100 acres; level and in high state of cultivation, well fenced, goo. dwelling, good feect orchard and plenty of water, and tobacco barns, on public road, half mile to church, aadu m. er high-price- ht by ACTON BROS. Dclker Duggles - and Owensboro Wagons are made of good material throughout. We huve them hero at tho old price. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Beaver Dam. wcek- - TAX PAYERS NOTICE! -- k FltlDAV, UH her daughter, Mrs.. Alva Kirk, of Domett's Creek. rrabtrce spent tho Our Saturday Leader ! J Two cans Country Corn Gentlemen " ! Mr. nml Mrs. Marvin Pnrks visited Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Westerflelcl, of Owcnsboro, Inst week-end. I am prepared to g and Your patronage will and I shall at all please. 22t3 Mrs. DESSIE dress-makin- do all kinds of kindred work be'appreciatci', times strive to RENFROW. This is the last call for 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 &c. 19t4 S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio County. I 1 WILLIAMS t . & DUKE Mr. A. W. Logan went to Lexfhg-to- n Tho finest lino of cook stoves and Sunday, where he goes to tnko ranges ever found in Hartford may bo treatment in a Hospital. Dr. D. W. seen on the floor of ACTON IJHOS. Barrow, of Lexington, who had been visiting relatives here for a few days, W. G. Hayden, of Maxwell, accompanied Mrs. Mr. Logan to tho Blue-grus- s spent tho week-en- d hero with her Metropolis. sister, Mrs. J. C Ullcy and Mr. IUley. NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC IIAHTKOltl), KV. 1 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Wo pa' cash every day tor eggs ami W. K. ELLIS & DUO. poultry. Mr. J. II. Itoborts, of FordHvJlle, was hero Tuesday, on business. Senator J. A. Leach, of Ileavcr Dam, was hero Tuesday, on business. "Mr. Sam Jnmlson, of Houto No. 1, - Olaton, was a visitor at this office, Monday. ' Mr. Felix Shaver, of near Conler-towwas In Hartford on business, n, Messrs. II. O. Coffman and Frank Misses Marie, Annlo I!., and Ucttio Evorly, of Matanzns, wero lirHartford. Her, of Owcnsboro, visited Mr. and on business, Tuesday. Mr. Coffman C. Bennett the first of this Mrs. J. plans to sell his personal property week. December the 9th, preparatory to leaving the Point, but as yet Is unMessrs. Silas Simpson, of Taylor decided as to where he will locate. Mines, anil Willie Smlloy, of Itoute R, Hartford, wero visitors here, Mrs. Matilda E. Tinsley, accompanied by her son, Mr. E. E. Tinsley, left Tuesday for Decatur, Ala., where Mr. and Mrs. E. I'. Foreman, of they go to visit Mrs, Tlnsloy's daughNarrow, visited their daughter, Mrs. ter, Mrs. S. E. Bennct and Mr. BenFoster Dennett' and Mr. Dennett, nett and family. Mjs. Tinsley will remain two months Or more, while MrTInsloy will return tho first of of Eupora, Mr. M. D. Harnard, next week. Miss., camo up Thursday to attend to business hero. Mr. Darmtrd returned homo Sunday. Messrs. L. D. ' school. 92 acres, V2 mile N. E. of Reynolds Sta., Ky. Nearlc-al- l I have opened up my offenced, 25 acres hill land balance bottom, 35 acres-grass- , fice and headquarters in the dwelling, good tobacco bam and feed stable restaurant of Casebier & good orchard, on public road and on county ditch, all ditcfe Taylor, corner of the Old tax paid, half mile to church and schooL Hartford House. Call over either phone when you wish to go to Beaver Dam or else- where. J. E. CURTIS. Lonoy, Mellon ry, Esr, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter went to Louisville, Sunday, returning Monday till Taylor, Prentiss anil Ezra Crow-deof llquto 3, Heaver Dam, were among our visitors Monday. OPERA HOUSE Beaver Dam, Ky. ONE NIGHT ONLY. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford Delivery Cars are used in fleets by many of the largest business firms of the country. This is because the Ford Delivery Car hassol ved the problem of safe and quick delivery with the smallest possible expense. Easy to understand, easy to drive, and durable. A faithful servant giving years of faithful service. We can give you any style of body you want. One thing is sure every retail merchant will make money by haying a Ford Delivery Car. Comein, Let s talkt it over. We assure you genuine Ford, service with genuine Ford parts. K. V. IIAHNKS & & Mrs. George M. Durton and Miss Addle Taylor, or Denver Dam, wero ' In Louisville this weok, attending the ,' , ? Pnront-TeachAssociation. , Como In and get your share of meat all bo gone. ijulck, if you, don't It will Mr. Luther King, after spending A. J. WILLIAMS. tiovorul' days here, with his family, ' II 4.. 1.....I.. .... ...nl.nn it Mr T D Owen, of tho lower part ana aitunuing i uubuivbb Decatur, Ala., Monday, of tho coui'.t'y. near Llvorinore, w.uh' returned 'to " " Hartford Tuesday- in Having uougni our uursu iunuis, wagon Harness early, we John Uozarth left' here last weok-ou- d huggy and ho goes to can take care of you. Xor Franklin, whero J. 1). WILLIAMS &. SONS. work In the oil field. Heaver Dam, Ky. 'Mattlngfy. of Owensboro. llort Miss Edna lllnek, forinorly .formerly with Acton llros., visited mlltor of the ,Herald, . but now ,....- -. hero this week. friends teaching nt Calhoun, Is horo with her llrlng mo your Junk, Hags, Hluoa parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Muck. for tho holidays. nml Fur. I pay onah r 1). L. I). SANDBFUlt, The ItubbltJieaBim will open Nov. lltavr Dam, K 2,i,at lgtli. Itrii all of your raliblu to my W" V ' " mmt lMibll Wnntml u R.t our for them. Nov 15 If afternoon, er iw. Monday, Dec. 1st First Time Here of that Rip Roaring Comedy. f I M .p "Peck's Bad Boy" A chorus Qf dazzling and bewitching maidens. All the hits from Songtond. The very, latest crea- imOTIWIl iv . . Beaver Dam; Ky. I tions in costumes. Everything new but the name. II 711 All Roads Leads to Beaver Dam 77?-- .. V. .. m' "" Monday Night. I I U'fflMVL-ssr'-' .1 v 'EnritLi J.Jt vJjws. !j i ""- iLxai'iwnii. i'XKMtH ...., .... ' Iol.lVluIy "MjW) l )n - -- - Mr mu ' m Mft. i3r. JI'WfVV I I n ,iW ' "rT&-"r--- "- - ii i n inmJ ISBL'T'ITBPir' y""'"",l!'Wiiy'''"Jp,i'v Jl. -- v , Bl mtiii,inu amirwAA. - z IT7 r. I irnmi"1" . 138,997 BOTTLES OF BEER SOAKS SEWERS Zlon City, 111 Nov. 21 Prom n plntform six foot high i:38, 097 bot-Hpor cent beer y of wero emptied into n specially built trough thnt ran to an open sower. IT. Clendenln Mayor, poured tlio first bottle and Chief of I'ollco lteckor and his aids finished the op-- . oration. Tho coroiuohy wan post poned scvoral days ago to permit construction of tho platform nnd !tro.ugh so, as to provont "contamlnn-Itlon- " of tho city's streets. Tho emp-- , ty bottles wero sold to a junk cloal- ler for $2,1-18- . j The beer was ordered destroyed by Judge Claire C, Edwards, of the Wnukcg'nn Circuit Court, ntter It had been confiscated when seized from smugglers from Wisconsin. Tho tlmo chosen to begin tho core-- l mony was 9 o'clock, when Zion's big ;bcll tolled nnd every resident kneels at his work and offers a short pray-- ! er. Attorney Pordc opened' tho first two bottles of beer and poured them j Into a big trough after he had dc- -, llvcrcd n brief address on prohibition. j At 10 o'clock Wilbur Glenn Vollvn. Catholic Apos-- ; j head of tho Christian tolic Church, joined tho beer pour-Icr- s. He worked for several hours. to-da: c a package before the war c a package "N during, the war V I jGgmmmmmmii r ,1 5 c a package , NOW X JlMM ffiignjgB. PUT a life MA "n i" ,! .1 If Teoov red hairs tidv vre J tin, handsome pound and.half'pound tlnhumi dora and- - that ctaaty, practical pound cryttal perfect condition. aponge moittener top that heepa the tobacco in auch gtaaa ftttmidor with THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you twenty-fou- r hours You can "canyon" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality ! And, let it slip into your think-tan- k that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance seven days out of that you can hit every we'ek without any comeback but real smoke joy could get away with every 1 smo'ke-record-high-spots 1 pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince if you're on the trail of smoke peace ! For, P. A. will sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your Surgeons agree that In cases of cuts, burns', bruises nnd wounds tho first treatment is most important. When an efficient antiseptic Is ap plied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, IJorozonc is the ideal nntlsoptlc land healing agent. Buy It now nnd bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00- and $l.G0.Sold by m Ohio County Drug Company. j ' .. - CASTORIA m J Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR m R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, I Winston-Sale- m, N. C. There are 12,000,000 tlis United States. negroes in on foreign markets of the United Agriculture States Department of shows that raisins are the lnrgest Item In thls'total, prunes second, and quit, don't get sore If you go hungry apricots third. Why Kpfjs Should lie Candled. 1. Candling provides a fixed stand- - soon. Either the farmers must do Hog raisers, says the United tates ard for trading by "doing away with as you are doing, shorten the hours guess-worland demand higher pay, or else you Department of Agriculture, should 2. It makes possible a fair price to must lengthen the hours and produce be well posted as to the nature and more without more pay. prevalence of hog tuberculosis ami tho careful producer of good eggs. The farmers havi ) eon patient with how to prevent and gat rid of it, so is responsible for 3. It shows who the bad eggs, and who wastes food. you. When they lose their patience that financial losses may be avoided. you had better look out. You have Farmers' Bulletin "SI Is devoted to a 4. It lpads to a general improvealready taken their help. If they discussion of the subject. ment in quality. quit too, who is going to feed you. 5. It conforms to law. What city workers liavo In common Much Arsonliiu' Wool nought Here. G. It saves freight charges, transspace, and ense material with farmers is not so much politiThe United States is Argentina's portation What are you go- best customer for wool, according to by eliminating the handling of worth- cal as economic. ing to do about it? Successful the Bureau of Markets, U. S. Deless products. Farming. partment of Agriculture. For .the ' wool season of 1915-1- 0 Argentina exFeed to produce one dozen eggs cents Public cost 10 cents with pullets, oail Iti'tteniirnt Will Help ported 152,538 bales to this country, or 51 per cent of Argentina's entire lijunl Values. hens and 19 cents with hens, In a with the Wherever public roads are im exports of wool. For 191C-1- 7 feeding test conducted by poultry-me-n proved the general tendency is for! United States took 225, 4C7 bales, or season of the United States Department tho value of adjoining farm lands ' 64 per cent. For the 1917-1- 8 of Agriculture,. These were thq cost to increase, This Is a practical con- 209, 52S bales, or 73 por cent, were figures of feed at tho time of tho ex- sideration which promoters of better shipped to this country. periment, which began in 1912, nnd highways point out should not. bo must lio corrected to present prices. overlooked, for it means thnt money spout on tho thoroughfares Is FOR FLETCHER'S If tho surplus cockerels, not needed wisely in Investment paying good returns. f Xor tho breeding flock next spring, U. S. Departhave not yet been marketed, dlsiUiso Investigations by tho This Means You. of them nbwt also market the old ment of Agriculturo show that tho When you get up with a bad taste they stop laying. value of land adjoining certain highhens as soon as ways experienced marked Increases in your mouth, a dull tired feeling, in value after Improvements in tho no relish "for food nnd aro constipatSuppose .Farmers Strike. comparison ed, you may know that you need a Tho farmers keep their heads when roads wero made. Py Wo ask with similar land on roads which had doso of Chamberlain's Tablets. They nil others fly off tho track. city workers to ponder a moment not been Improved It was manifest j.ot only causo an agreeable movement highways 0f the bowels, but cleanse and what might happen If tho farmers that tho betterment of tho a principal factor In tho rise of vigoratc tho stomach and Improve tho should do what the workers are dodigestion. in ing demanding shorter hours and land prices. higher pay. Tho farmer aro their lladio stations which huvo been de.'ool Itoads Aid Maria-ting- . own bosses no they Would not hnvo veloped and used by tho government The farmer interested in hauling to quarrel with anybody. Tlioy could for the purpose of winning tho war hold out on strike until they got his produce to market In the most will bo turned into commercial uses, good and ready, for thuy can feed economical fashion can not afford by Senator Mc- to overlook tho benefits derived from j If a bill Introduced themselves. Into luW. - ot Oregon, is enacted nd rnn.Ia. invnHtlLnitlnn beforo and lNar' You working city fellows, suppose ,Now associations, under tho measure, of certain for a moment that tho fanners adopt- after tho improvement por' would bo permitted ut tho rate of five ed tho eight hour day. It would cut highways shows that the cost v,, nmnllimllv mil In hnlf C0,lts ')er word between tllO Phllllp- f. ton.mlln down production at least Islands, Hawaii and tho United -- . . i.nita,mnni. f thn fh o oi. b labor and their products based on an 'road. .In other words, good roads J "l. P?rq"? tween Asia and the scale. Where would , mean a big reduction In that part of . Hght hour basic you get your food? Only the rich overhead which covers haullng-n- nd A (Joml )uri Mwcl0 for chlu,rei. could buy It at all, for tho prlco hauling of somo soft Is being dono Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Rcdort, Go., would be prohibitive to men on strike, practically tho year round. phoned to J. M. Floyd, tho merchant If tho cost of living U too high now, there for a bottle of Chamberlain's how will lessened production affect With tho growing scarcity of feeder Cough Hemedy and said sho had und tho advance in value of bought n bottle of It at his store reit? How will Increasod cost of ductlon bring prices down? You live farm lands, says tho United States cently and that it was doing her because tho farmers have gono partnient of Agriculture, tho baby-o- n children so much good that sho want' six- - beef industry is of Increasing n producing, working nearer ed to keep up tho treatment. You hours a day than eight hours, portanco and Is receiving tho atten-Yo- u will find nothing bettor for coughs - tlon of fanners In all sec-er- a k can buy food because tho farmund colds hi children or for yoursolf. Farmers' llul-- u It keeps the cough loosu, expectorahave not gono on n strlko, hnvo tlons of tho country, cor- -' lotiti 811 discusses tho various phases ot coined to produce, have not tion easy and soon frees the system nored tho market and said "wo do- - ()f producing baby bcof for market, from tho cold. m maud ho much for our products or Dried Fruit To Australia, we, won't work." oxpout the The United States has built up uu If you city worker dried ftinnur to go on folding you ut thu IncruiiBlngly largo trade in oapoclally old priiw you huvti gut to nut haul; fruits with Australia, For Infants and Children '' ak it with New Zoulund. whore the export U work ml lk old wan In Use Years to By ehMy- - (hmh Hi United Statu huvo iuarou-trukiiMlb)a (or tk ptummm hMur. TttU Mt (mm 3.3SM1S pound In 1914, Always the It UkM to ij.St.ejK yawn In 111 IS. or 177 to m I'NhMnI mmu. Ignatuieof ( MMi A UU I a rwMnt Wort Mi. tW U fta tt ' k. FARM DEPARTMENT. Stop coughing! You rack trf lunc. and worry the body. Hallard's Hort-IlouSyrup checks irritation, heals the lungs and restores comfortable breathing. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m Nothing worth calling good can be started full grown. m nd 1S7 Every Woman Wnnfs dfe T Constipation. Most laxatives and cathartics afIf ' 1 1 1 1 rCi3faafl w hHyTli JTiSb ford only temporary rellfe and should FOR PERSONAL bo used only .for that purpose. When Dusolved in water for HYr.IFNR douches ttopr you want permanent relief t.ike pelric catarrh, ulceration and infliun-matioRecommended by Lydin E. Chamberlain's Tablets an) be care-u- l Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yeari. to observe the directions with each A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, package. These tablets not only mov ore throat and ore eyep Economical. ...- the bowels, but improve the appetite Ic Mlraorainw nl.n.tn'-. n.l .!. tM. ir.""i. nil , r " of jut, by I and strengthen tho digestion. in Vma3. ThtPiitoiToaComr.iir.rw.ioo.MiM. J v..-.- Mothers 1 use 3vC M Mm K MlFrevS Verirai AftftWa MhM WJmmmm iie s v m In 227 American cities of more than 30,000 population, the per capita expenditure exceeded tho porcapl-t- a revenue by an average of $1.4.: in the las fiscal year. .Mr. P. IiiiDuke, Farmer, Says "Vim ISet Itats can Itite Through Metal" A Safe, T. Ty-MT- - - am . kMctric Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesse they ore the supremo remedy, at thousands have testified. Remedy for Worms riiKY'S VKItlllKUOK you. happy anil bralUi. rc. a Lxttls at rimllnu-ou8Tntr.ll Hi jrtn'trntlint,iilal It umi Children Cry CAS TO R A "I had feed bins lined with zinc last year, rats got through pretty soon Was out $18. A $1 pkg. of ItA'I SNAP killed so many rats, that I've never been without It since Our col li dog never touched You try it. Thrco sizes, 25c, 50c $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by .1. F. Cnsoblor, Acton llros., Taylor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. HAT-SNAP- ." itters iiiiui It will Kfp a rail otter alnart on hand. krn Ilia llttl ouca it n S3 OrSQ jnnr ilruc or iirnrral rl.fi ilraltr en"t atrn : or If aupplr jou jour nil hl name and 2fc. In ttaiiitx and we'll aruil jtti a UU1 prompUy. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. m a it is the FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. iiSS3 nHMH WILL YOU TAKE OUR a EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC ln-w- as WI - GERMINAL REMEDY : ' ,i,..h,'i,v one-hul- 1 Have you gotten your y package of Hen Tonic at the store nearest your home? Be sure your hens have a warm nest of straw, good food mixed with Hen Tonic and clean water. Give your hens a chance and with eggs at seventy-fiv- e cents a dozen they will pay big dividends. For Sale by Egg-A-Da- WH V 'Bifcwr OHIO MEDICAL CO, mBBim da A Treatment for WEAK LUNGS v. a rfAS) POISON B IKBHK MONTH FOR. ONE USE LI ot - CONSUMPTION- Egg-A-D- ay '7 IV Vemon of Snakes IIKITTk untvniv BBTET frrllnc, A Quick rrllcl for thai llrnl, couglii, palm In cht-il- . nlchl awrali. brroor-fhicc-i- , weak lunc or coatumpllon. II ll doc net blip you II cotli you notbinf. SKf pro-'eutt- lo Dc-no- w int-tee- live-stoc- CASTORIA For0vcr30 friur ui mrfjtjy&&lZ ht Trofcssor II. Strauss, M. D., of tho "The Royal Charity Hospital, says, causo for an nttuck of gout, rheumatism, lumbago, is Mippliwl by tho iucrvaso of urio,acid in tho blood senun, tlio result of varioiw causes, the most frciuent of which is ronal. Ikforo un rvttack, ono C. K. Crowtler, Horton. A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Forrts-vlll- suffers tomctimtM from hcailacbc, neuralgia, twinges o pain hero and there." When your kidnoyn feel like lumps of O. C. King. Dundee. lead, when the back hurts or tho urine C. Leach, Uosine, Ky. A. ia cloudy, full of sediment, or you aro Laws & Harrison, Narrows, U. 1. obliged to seek relief two or thrco times A. W. Mlrtklff, Narrows, 11. No. 2. during the night; when you kuITct with sick headache, or dizzy, nervous spells, Li. C. Morton & Bon, Centurtown. acid stomach; or you liavo rheumatic Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. pains Ohio or luuibairo, gout, sciatira when P. Hcnfrow & Co., Narrows. tho' weather U bad, do not neglect tho warning, but try uiuiplo means. Take Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. fix or cirjit tlawea of wutcr iluring tho A. W. Willis. Hartford. day, then obtain ut your .nearest drug (anti-uri- c ncid). ttoro Tins i tho diseovrry of Dr. Pierce of tho Invalid' Hotel, llulTaio, N. Y. "An-uriJOHN WHITE & CO. is un outidoto for thU urio ucid LOUISVILLE, KY. ixjUonini; and dissolves uric arid in (ho Llbaral anortmtnt body much its hot coffee dis.olvc4 sugar, and full valuu p "Anurie" will penotrato into tlio joinla and mUM'lej, and iliailve tlio imumuiouii timiiiiulutioim. It will ktaiitp out toxiiM. -Fh'vnil 10 iuU to Dr. PmWh InvtilitU' Hide, and Hotel, Uuffalo N. Y., fvr trial icclagc. Coat fklRi o. 'Au-uriu' V-VE- R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. . ' c" URS tf&WmSm. fMmM WTt . Peel rtfilit nil tho timo. Don't lay cH from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lio- - Vr-Lo- x keeps yol on your feet, whilo relioving your trou,b lo. Safer too, and cosy to take Donl tako anything- else. You can't afford it. Eiiminatea poisons, cleunsca uyi tern and relieves constipation. A nut" ural remedy, nalurul in its actions, Burt In its effect und certain In results. H won't bo lonp: beforo Lio-V- c Lax wit) completely disjiluco calomel in cvcil home. Children can tnko it freely unl With perfect sufoty. Every lwttlo ,'un nnteed. COc and $1 In bottles. Norm Kenuino without tho likenvsa nnd bIlmi " turo of L. K. GrUtaby. For ualo by - ' FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY. (Continued from third page.) 3.15 3. IB Plilpps, Jno. H., mov. Fen. II. mat. llrlltunv. J. A., wk. for brhlgo on Jail Nail, 1,0111, work Tavlor. Amos. Bamo . Phlnnn. Atratt. Ramo Dines. Guy. samo Martin, Walker, Bamo (Walker, Anthony, Bamo Mlschko, II. K., freight 1 lines, I'M. lahor Mahnnoy, J. II., Bamo Hazolwood, Owen, same "... Ilarncs, Ham, Bamo I lines, Guy, samo Morton, Bator, .samo Taylor, Amos, samo & I I k 11. II. 40.00 -- 10.50 1 'Lis 8.25 1.25 ...... .... .... .... ... I 4.G') 4.00 thrco horscB '. 4.00 Bennett, J. S 4 4 da 9.00 2.0O BIdwell, F. 11., 2 da WIlllnmH, C. M., hauling II. 4.00 1 50 2.00 Bonnctt, Joo S., 1 da & (1. It 2.00 4.0!) Casteel, II. M., 3 3.9G da 7.50 Mlschko, II. 1?., freight , . . . 4.00 Daniel, Mack, 1 da 2.00 l'hlpps, .Tiki. 11. road hod , . 30.00 Ford, V. P., Bamo 2.00 Funk, Estill, 1 3.00 Illrkhead, 10. E P. M. stamps 12.00 Check, W. P., samo 2.00 Hoover, Hardin, 2 dn Walker, Martin, plaBtorlng J. 15.00 4.00 Noel, It .O., Bamo 4.40 Lake, Leamnn, 2 da 30.40 4.00 5. go Dean, I., laying hr. nt J Phillips, S. 1.. samo 4.40 Lako, Lcaman, 2 dn 4.00 n.no Dean. Momcr. wk. n't Jail.. 16.80 lluynos, W. II., same 1 dn 2.00 Moslcy, Archie, 2.00 .00 Walker, Martin, plastering J. 25.50 Reynolds. F. M Bamo 2,00 Newcomb, L. L., 2 i dn. . . . 0.10 5.00 2.00 name, Bamo Hi lira Vhllllps, W. H., samo 4.40 Pean, L., 2 da 8.75 4.00 COO Moslcy, Geo., 23 hrs. work.. Dowcll, Hiifus. same 10.41 Doyd, B. L,, Hamo . . . 1 4'. 10 Rowan, A. A., da 4.80 3.00 6.00 Nail. Loin, 1C hrs. work 1'ayno, S. M Bamo .83 McDanlcI, J It., same . 1 2.00 Stevens, W. IL. dn. . . . 3.00 10.50 2.00 Taylor, Joo, 35 hrs. work.. Duff. O. W., Bamo G.25 Crowder, M. D., Hamo 2.00 Tlnsley, O. R., 2 da 4.00 10.50 2.00 l'hlpps, Alt, samo Walker, C. It., Bamo V 3.00 Crowder, H T same Tinslcy, O. R 3 da. .1.95 6.00 9.00 n.20 nines, Guy, work . Miller, J. 10.. Biimi' Tompson, C. IL, samo . 3.7 G Weub, Claud, 2 da. 3.95 4.00 7.50 n.20! l'hlpps, Newmon, 25 hrs. wk. Dannlol, T. W.. Bamo Acton, Iris, I da. 10.12 'LAIMS ALLOWED ON HARTFORD nionroe, J. n samo 2.00 2.00 7.50 .00' Sulllnger, Geo., samo Patterson. M. S bhiiio Schroader, M. C samo 5.G2 2.00 Acton, R. IL, 1 da 2.00 2.50 AND OWIOXSIIOUO STATE 2.00 Sutton, Att, team 5 hrs ... SU'vens, Hoary, Bamo Taylor, W. IL, same Acton, S. R 1 da 2.2G 2.80 2.00 100.00 li.no Hudson, .1. N., road bed AID ROAD, YEAR 11)18. Hell, A. T Bamo Haldwln, W. M., samo 2.25 2.80 Horry, N. E., 2 da 4.00 9.00 .1.00 l'hlpps, Att, paint. C. II. root Dnird, E. C, 49.00 Reld.'D. H .same lUalr, Walter, samo 28.30 Mills, Warren, Foroman. . 2.00 Bennett, J. P. 1 3.00 2.00 tunes, inty, wk. on Jan.... 17.40 28.12 Smith, Ellis, samo labor Htiitson, C. 1)., samo 1.50 2.00 Baker, W. E 2 da 4.00 2.80 in 0 Stevens, 2.00 Walker, Martin, plastering. 1U1U Mngan, O. C, samo Sam L.. same 2.25 Dennett, It., same. . . . . 2.80 Dotson, J. H., 3 da. with two . 17.00 a. 90 Stewart. Vlrg. wk. on road . 29.92 Col.eman, n. P., same Daniel. J. II., samo .A, teams . . . , 2 SO 17.10 Dalrd, A., same 12.00 4.00 3.90 Hincs, Stove, repr. wk. C II. llalrd, 29.36 Thomas, W. P., same Ashley, Morgan, samo 1.50 Canary, C, same da. 2 teams 10.00 "2.00 Duke, R. A. 2 HlnoH, Guy, wk. at Jail 10.50 .00 M., samo 16.87 Oldham, Lntna, same Mosle, Ira, Bamo , 1.50 2.00 Duko, IL O., 3 da 6.00 5.40 ' 2.00,I'blPPs, Att, samo 2G.G5 Rogers, E. P., same Shown, Ilosea, samo , G.OO IS. 7.i Dnird, C, same . . . . 3.00 Dawson, M. K., 2 ',A da 3,40 Caseblor, .1. C, painting at J. 47.40 Rowan, C, samo 2S.12 Miller, J. T., same Bamo . Rowan, 0. C l.iiO 3.00 Duff, Charlie, 1 da. 2.00 15.00 3.10 hicks, i,ci, nnuiing Wcstcrflckl, IL, saino . 30.37 Render, E. F., same Owen, Hoy, Bamo 1: :' Tuckor, M., same 2.00 Day, G. G., 1 da 2.00 7.78 2.00 CiiBchler, J. F., engine rcpr. . 28.12 James, Sam, samo Hoflln, Wm., Bamo 4.50 HarnoH, It. I)., same . . . 2.00 Duff, Charlie, 1 day 2.00 48.00 2.00 Illncs. W. A., wk. at Jail... '30.37 Plummer, Robt., same T. F., same Tanner, 15.00 Duko. 3.15 Teamster, Charlio, 2 da 4.00 5.00 3.80 Smith, J. W hauling J. V., samo .. . 25.87 Dean, II. H same Chancellor, Win., mime 18.75 Dennett, E. L., samo . . 3.15 Flener, B.,' 2 da V 28.12 "4.00 17.50 3.80 Hicks, I. uo. hauling Ilolsoy, 1). It., samo Drown, Estil, same 5.00 G.OO da 2.00 Finn, R. S. 2 35.00 2.00 Sutton, Jno., Bamo 20.25 Bishop, O. M samo Harnard. Jno., Fame 28.75 Wnrd, V. C, same . .. .. ..' da 2.00 Ghlst. Hugh. 1.50 2.00 Mlschkc, H. K., express, cog Jones, C, same 19.12 Addlngton, Ray, same Wood, l L., samo 22 50 3.90 Whoohrey, W. A., 3 da 6.00 13. SG Patterson, C. C, hamo wheel 3.00 Jones, O., same 19.12 Edmonson, J. W., samo Tichenor, A. H.. samo 15 00 Shown, Autry, J. A., same .90 King. J. D., 3 da 7.00 3.00 Rouse, A. I)., Civ. Bug. ex- Lon, samo . . . 18.31 France, A. L.f same Honder, Iris, same lC.i.". .00 Lee, Shelby, 3 da '. 6.00 10.08 Smith, A., samo 2.00 ponse 18.00 Morton, Vig., same Nail, A. N., samo ::.;g Hoover, A., samo ... Hradshaw, R. W .00 Lee, Lon, 4 da 8.00 2.00 Baldwin, Sam. batiks Ivy Code 18.00 ir'ni'Ui, Irvln, sum, sama Johnson, O., same 14. G2 Park, William, samo Hill, J. T.. Bamo 20 Same, 1 da 17 50 2.00 2.09 1.40 Rial, lOck. freight & dra ig:s Miller, C. E., same Richardson, O. M., same Thomas, J. W., Bamo 5 Oil Westei-fleld-, N A., sam-.20 Mason, Tom, 1 da 2.00 2.00 Tichenor, Cecil, wk. on Jail.. 27.00 Etbroader, T., samo 14. 62 Miller, W. IL. same C, same Carter. C. C Bamo 5 00 .00 Miller, A. B., 5 da 10.09 19.50 lucnlis, F. 1.40 Null, Henry, wk. C. H. & J.. . G.n Hnlrd, A. L., samo Willis. O. P., samo Dunn, John, namo 5 00 . 2.00 Same, 4 da 2.0O G.00 As'iloy, Elmoro, samo 2.00 Hicks, Leo, hauling water.. 2.25 Hayne8, Allison, samu Loyd. T. L same .. C'J Balrd, G., same 5.20 Patton, James, 1 da Rt'iu.itt, J. A., nuvt 2.00 H. E wheel & 4,.ri0 Mlschko, 2.21) Howard, D. N., , same Hoover, C. HpwaiM. W. T., samo ,, same .. 5.00 Canary, G. G., samo 5.20 Miller, A. B., 4 da 8.00 57. 4C Mlnton, A., samo freight 4.r,o 12.37 Mason, Charlio, same Greer, J. A. samo 3.00 Parks, L. same 2.00 Rark, J. J. 2 da 4.00 31. GO Hlnes, W. A., same 2.00 Chlim, Owen, wk. on plku.. 9.00 Cooper, E. IL, same Edge, Sam, samo , Quisenbory, Tom, 2 da 3S.50 Hoagland,' W. 2.00 4.00 15.00 Ralph, Lon, foreman 2.00 Clilun, A. S., Bamo II., saino . . . - 4.50 Haynes, W. JL, same Halpli. James, samo 5. GO Qulsenberry, John 1 & da. . . 21.37 Tanner, 3.00 3.00 Rucker, II., labor 3. SO Collins, Frank, work on road 2.25 Phillips. W. IL, same J. W., bamo Caseblor. W. A. Bamo GO Russell, W. IL, 5 da 5. Sulllnger, Geo., same 24.7: Curtis, A rig 10.00 3. SO 16.50 Reynolds, F. M., same Dennis, T. C. same Renfrow, Claud, 2 da i namo 2.00 4.50 4.00 Aug. 2S, 1919. Total.'.. .?3,172.G9 Patlcrhou, C. O., I G7.50 McKinley, Frank, samo team 2.00 McMlllip. G. T., same 10.12 Ashley, 2.00 Renfrow, W. IL, 2 G.07 da. Austin, Karl, same 2.00 Wosterfleld, J. R., uanio G2.50 Davison, Charlie, same Scott, O. 10., samo Smith, J. F., 1 da same 6.00 16S7 We3terfleld, T...sanie 2.00 Stone, Cat., COO 07.50 Duff, OIlio, same Midklff. S. O., same COO Taylor, J. T., 2 da 13.50 Hoaglnud, W. II. same Phil., same 4.00 COO CLAIMS ALLOWED OX THE HART- Park, '47.50 Bennett, S. II.,' same Shlnncr, W. It., samo 2.25 2.00 Taylor, Emmett. 1 da 2 00 Stone, Elmer, .same FORD AM) HARDIXSDL'RG 2.00 55.00 Walker, C. IL, same Howe, Alio, same 1SJ22 Dnird, A. L, samo '2.00 Toms, Abo 2 da same 4.00 Jones, J. J., L., same 1IMH. 2.00 57.50 Miller, J, E same STATE AID ROAD, ll.iyncs, Wnldon, vamo. 15.7G Pean, 5.20 White, C. W. 2 da Ralph, Moody, samo 4.00 5.40 Ralph. Lon, Foreman 100 hrs 35.00 Law Authtir, same Evans. S. W., hamu 6.20 York, J. B., 2 da. . . , 10.12 Parks, M. P.. samesharpening 29.00 Crawford. L. C, same 4.00 Gillespie 5.10 Illnck, Frank. labor Dros. I'owell, O. II. sanio 14. G2 Hoobrey, C, same Stevens, W. II. , samo 2.00 Yeiser, J. B., 1 da G.41 2.00 grader blade 3.00 White, N. H., same 2.00 Kennedy, Walter, Bamo Alford, I. I... Samo 15.75 Shaver, Everett, same 2.00 Clark, Jasper, 1 da 2.00 12.71 State Treasurer, 2.00 Rucker, Horace, sniuo Inmates Alliln, J. O.. samo Blair, W. P., same 20.25 Tnylor, Luke, same - 7.00 da 3.60 Fuqua, R. B., 3 4.50 School of Reform 2.80 Taylor, Edgar, same 27.70 Dell, A. T.. same 19.12 Plckoral, L. J., samo Ilonnctt. L.' C, same 3. GO nouon, j. t., 12.37 Gray, Sherman, hauling 5.00 2. SO Ralph, Moody, samo 4.00 Allen, W. L., same Ibr.. J P.. nmo 0 92 20.25 Hazclwood, J. II., same 2.00 Johnson, Altha, 2 da 4.00 2.00 Midklff. W. P., same Hub Clothing Co., nulsc. for Dark, 1). M.. same Nail, Lem, labor 10.12 Cooper, W. R., samo . . . A . 6.00 Johnson, Barnard, 3 W da G.50 2.25 9.50 Taylor, J., samo 2.00 niack, Guy, samo Jail Stewart, Jno., samo 20,25 Young, R. D., samo ... COO Lanhani, Columbus. 1 da 2.00 2.25 Humphrey, W. IL, lutullng, 3.50 Jones, J. J., samo Moore, Jim, samo Phlpps, Att, samo 20.25 Acton, Jak. same 6.00 Lanham, Noah 2 7. 87 da 5.00 3.25 Taylor. Amos, same and repairing bridges 3.50 l'hlpps, Nuymnii, samo Southard, J. L.. samo 19.12 Taylor, Willip, samo 7.50 Lewellen, D., V da 3.00 cost bldg. 0 V, duys Holder. A. W Tichenor, Worth, Ashley, D.. team 15.75 Taylor, Edker, samo Taylor, Luke, Bamo 20.00 McFcrrison, L. W 1916 1.12 & D. Co. line. D. on 15.77 Taylor, Willie, samo work on Jail 15.75 Mimes, W, A., foreman 1917 &191S 29.50 G.25 29.75 Iglchcnrt, O. IL, hauling, la- . 34.71 Parks, M. , T., samo 2.50 Richardson. Wayne, same . . Jnmcs, road bed . . J. L , tamo 3.37 Nail, Loin, labor Sahdofur. Bennett, 10 01 Mosley, M. W 1 da 2.00 22.50 2.00 Whobroy, Curtis, samo . . . bor &c 15.60 Bnrr.eB, 'J. I).. f arao Haiuiey, Guy, olectlon officers 15.75 Hlnes, Guy, samo 0 ''O Magan, Alvin, 1 da 2.00 22.50 .ho. . . V& school l& 2.00 Sullcnger. George, samo Q. II., Bamo 1G.S7 Tnylor, Amos, same Drown. U'estorficld J R.( samo . . . 2 LOO Magan, J. C, 2 da 4.00 19.50 Keoffel & Esser Co., drafting r. MiRer, Nolcn, 2', L., Wado H .. 13.50 Plilpps, At., samo 21' Parks, Gilbert. Bamo G.OO da 19.50 Supplies II. & II. road 11.51 Tucker, M., same .', .JJ2.4S9.51 Vlcks, Edward, samo Total 1G.S7 Taylor, J., samo 27.50 Mattlngly, Jesse, 2V da 5.00 19.50 Kirk, A- - D- office rent Aug. GV Ashley. W. C, same 12.37 Hazolwood, .1., samo Jones, J. L name 30.00 .Miller, Thomas, da 10.50 5.G2 69.70 Stewart, E. B.. same 3.00 Jarmiglii, J. J., grader G.OO . 25.00 Miller, Lee T., 2 County Court Claims Allmu'il in Curtis, Alex, livery. 2S.S0 , 44.00 Schroader, N. A., team Illnck, Herman, team work. Westorfleld. T., samo 30.00 Magan, Jj C, 1 da "2.00 30.00 .Maples, Frank, 644 ft. biidgo , The Year, HUH. sills 19.52 Tanner, J. W., samo 32.50 Jacobs, F. T., samo 1" da samo Frank, 23.00 Midklff, George 2.00 40.00 Morrison, C.JO., bal. on 41 da. 25.00 Rlack, Sam, same WHhronr. J. I., root! bed 42. GO Ashley, Elmoro, samo Canary, M same Illnes, 30.00 Nabors, W. P., 1 da 2.00 45.00 Wilson, Joe W.. going after S1.20 Shown, Lpn, samo Ins. Colejilan bridge Mr win, same 42.50 Bennett, J. A., samo 29.G0 Taul, C .D., 2 G.OO da 52.50 Minor, jlohii W., traveling ex. fi.00 Smith, Ass'r book Ashley, D., three honses . . . 12.10 Wedding, J. W., 2 da Wtilla'ce, Alfred, same 77.50 Hazolwood, O., samo 4.00 .32.50 H. & II. Road Taylor, Amos, waiting on 42.50 Patterson, C. 0., .samo Koown, Roy, 8.11110 2.G0 Wright, Claud, 1 3.00 52.50 Same, stamps &c, same road 10.56 Smith, J. W., .one horbo . . . 19.00 Cook, Monroe., samo ..".... Pox 1.G0 Hlnes, W. A., wagon ,27.50 Autry, J. A., samo 4.5S Wright J. W.; 1V da 3.00 42.50 Peckinpnugh, A. M., 22.15 l'hlpps, Jilnies. same Foster. Isaac, run. Pet II da. 42.50 Miuton, A., same Balrd, .E. C. Foroman Wedding Alphanis, 1 da 35.00 2.00 35.00 Dlrtlo. Jas., haul, cbal C, II. 39.00 Dratcher, S. A., same 2,50 Westerfleld, IL, labor work with team 25.00 Tinslcy, Henry, saipe 30.00 Whitehouse, Onice, 3 V . . , 7.00 4S.G2 40. 88 Hoolircy, C. II., samo Tord, Llge, coal fur. C. II., Phogloy. Owen, building brdg. 3.00 Shown, Lon, samo 10.00 Hinea, Sam, samo Whitehouse, A. A., 3 19.46 da. 7.00 35.00 Pluinincr, Harvey, road bed. . Tavlor, Amos, waiting on S. 2.50 Whlttaker,- S. L samo 10.00 Smith. Irvln, same Shaver, J. T., same 15.75 Bradley, M. L 1 da 2.00 25.00 Plummer, J. II. , road bed . . 25.00 10.00 Ralph, G. A.. Foroman... Pox Bmbortou, .1. IL, samo 50.75 Whoohrey, C. II., samo 1.46 Daugherty, Shelby, 1 da' . . . 2.00 25.00 Pate, A. E repairing S. Klunard. L. M., conv. children 32.G3 Plilpps, Jno., same Hoover. Alf, Bamo Ralph, Moody, labor . . . .. 22.50 Havens, J. N., i da 1.00 10.00 4.50 Ilonnctt. Plummer, Baino . . to Homo Safo 5.00 Westerfleld, IL, samo 32. G3 Schroader, Cal., same 11.25 Leach, E. F Uda 1.00 20.00 Richards, Reuben,' 1000 ft. Taylor, Amos, Waiting on S. Jones, C, same 19.13 Ralph, Herbert, Samo Jones, .1. L., Biuno 11.25 Taylor. J. D., 4 da 8.00 .75 5.00 Dox 20.00 Ward, V. C, samq lumber 31.50 Whlttlnghlll. E team Jones, J. J., samo 20.2G Thomas, C. C, 1 Vi 3.00 2.77 Thomas, J. H., Ex. to Frank-for- d 23. G2 Schroader, G., samo Frank, f samo 10.12 Decked & Vinson, 1 da 2.00 7.50 Rico, Forest, hauling Ibr., . . 10.00 Jones, H., samo 12. GO Illack. Dyron, samo Canary, G. G., same 22.50 HiniCB, W. A., ono H. wagon S.23 Rial, Eck, hauling freight 2.25 Hopper, Luther, 1 da Illnck, 2.00 11.53 Short, Jack, sumo Cook, .Mack, samo G.OG express 4.50 Smith. W. D.. team . . Bennett, R., samo 6.75 Hopper, Warren, 2 da 4.00 36.25 Romans, M. I)., hauling & 20.57 Plilpps, Nayiuau, same Heavrln, M. L.. bamo 31.50 Rowan, R. O. same Bennett, L., samo 9.00 Maddox, W. R., 1 da 2.00 ,.. 9.00 other work . . . J King, Jno. T., papering A. II. 3G.G9 Taylor, Willie, samo J 3.50 Brooks, 0 samo 7.S7 Travis, Nude, same ....... 11.25 McConnel, Joo, 1 da 2.00 3.00 Rhoads, Hill, work on brdg. . Sliuman, A. C, use of transit 2.00 Tucker, M., same 7. 87 Ralph, Lon., foreman Stone, O. S., same 1S.00 Snedden, Ji Y 1 da 2.00 22.7G 10.00 Dailies, D. II., same on II & O. H Rhoads,,Dntlor, work on brdg 2.00 Daniels, G. F samo 31.50 Rucker.. IL, labor 2.25 Shrum, J. T., 4 da S.00 10.12 Thomas. J. II., conv. J. Cooks Rhoads, O. C, 2 da com. & 16.S7 Sullonger, G., samo Hlnes, W. A., foreman Midklff, W. P., same 3.50 Drake, Virgil, 2 da 4.50 .4.00 13.1,1 children 7.00 Hlnes, Guy, labor G.7G Whoohrey, Petty, Frank, samo 3.00 Martin, Estill, '2 da .00 3.93 $1.00 for nails Per Diem, . . . C, samo Harding, G. O., oxp. to ReyRhoads, H. C. 3.00 Nail, Lem, samo 21.37 Ralph, Moody, samo Nail, Ed., Sr., Bamo 3.00 Renfrow, Boss, 2 da .00 11.25 4. 00 nolds , Per Diom Rowe, G. 3.00 Taylor, Joo, same 11. G2 Shator, 10., samo Park, Joo II., samo 3.00 Bnsham, Ivan 2 'da .00 4.50 2.(10 Clark, Webor, work on rd... 3.00 Hlnes, W. A. o 7.87 Jones, J. J., samo wagon Morton, Sam, labor ,. 1.50 Bratcher, Robert, 2 da ,00 "6.7G Rice, D. F.. Por Diom . King. Jno. T., papering of A. G.00 Ashley, Dennis, team .' da. committee.... G0.9G Duncan, Andy, 2 da , 9.00 PIckerill, L. J., samo .00 4.50 Samo, 2 Charlio, services A. ,15. GO Park, Filbert, Bamo . . , . "House Westerfleld, J. R., same 9.00 Park, Phil., sumo Edward, samo 30.00 Golf, Robert. 2 da .00 6.75 Smith, Wedding. J. W., road bed . . . 35.00 Morton, 190.49 Parks, M. P., same Ilouso 28.12 Stone, Cal., same Carpenter, Charlie, samo . . 19.11 Murphoy, C. IL, 2 da' .00 9.00 Smith, W.Keeper Llndley, Nat. Tax Com. 15 da. 45.00 Kennedy. Walter, samo . . . 1).. hauling Ibr. . . 10.12 Haznlwood, same . 30.00 Renfrow, Everett. 2 da .00 9.00 StimpsonfcJ. V. & Co., 2071 10.00 Wado, II. L., samo 45.00 Rucker, Horace, same Moxloy, C. I., samo O OJJ Cannry, M., same 2G.0O Woods, Roscoe, 2 da 20.25 Ralph, IL, same 4.00 45.00 Taylor. MnthowH. V. A., samo ".;.... 5G.27 Tucker, M., same ft. lumber G.OO Wilson, S. T.. 2 da 29.25 Vlck, Ed., sumo ?!S7 Luko. 4.00 45.00 Taylor. Edgar, samo 10. R., & Sons, VacCarter, J. T Bamo 10.12 Acton, J., samo Barnes, R. D., same samo 30.00 Wilson, Muskor, 3 da 6.00 9.00 Squibb, 15.00 Co Scott. O. 10.. samo cine for Ohio 3.2! Shown, Lon, samo. 1)., 2.25 Herry, K. C, samo G.OO 1G.00 Wilson. Jobo S., 2 Ms llrndshaw, 2.25 '. 45.00 Illnos, Sam,R.samosamo AVhlto, N. II., Bamo Printing Co., MarG.7G Hazolwood, Balrd, E. C. samo 13.75 Allen, Frank, 1 da 2.00 4.rTo Standard J. II., same 15.00 Leach, W. L., sumo riage G.25 Tanner, J. W., samo 00,00 Taylor, J., samo team work 25.00 Brown, Tom, 2 da 4.00 4.50 Stevens, Iiconso Hook Uhinkonshlp, W. C. Bamo... 45.00 Same, Frank, samu Leslio, conveying Ashloy, M. C, samo 42.50 Jarnagin, J. J., grader 23.50 Combs, J. W., 4 dn Dlack, 8.00 79.20 Malnt Pinion, Ossay. prisoners 3.50 Stewart. E. It., samo 00.00 Ashley, 10., team 25.00 Crowder, Tom Ida Illack, Heiuian, samo 2.00 , 12.50 , 45.83 H. of Hef L .. Stevens, 3.00 Park, M. P., saino 22.50 Bennett, J. A., same 24.00 Crumes, Floyd, 2 da Samo, labor 4.00 15. GO Stevens, Sam L Por Diemcom Yclsor, A. C. Paint A. Ilouso 24.50 Stone, Cal., team 7 da as 21.00 Ashley, Dennis, samo 17.50 Patterson, C. P., samo 10.00 Daniel, Otha, 1 da 2.00 10.00 Stownrt, Sam 10.75 Yclsor, A. C, samo Ernest, 4 hrs .work 70.00 Smith, I., samo Goff. Robert. 2 da .' 4.00 Cook, Monroe, samu 10.00 Illnos, C. C, Ahs'i-- . Sal. 1917 91G.29 Wallace, Alfred, samo 2.00 with team 22.50 Hazclwood, A., Bamo Total ..$9,581.41 Hammons, Mary B. 5 da, nails 10.00 Shown, Henry, Vs da hauling Datton, John 1'., work on 1). S samo &C .A 25.00 Autrey, J. A., samo Total Amount of All Claims: 13.32 10.00 35.00 Dennett. "2.50 Fiscal Court brldgo lumber . . .'. luidKO 15.00 Tiiibloy, II. , bamo . Daughorty, P. G., sumo . . ' ,142,489.51 Hughes, Walter, 2 Yj G.OO 10.00 . Hank of Hartford, Int on Smith, A. C, nails . , .93 Couniy Court C7G Hlnes, Sam. samo . . 3,472.69 Hatlor, W. W..6 da 2. GO . 12.00 10.00 Samo, labor team Sorrclls, James, road bed . . . fun. Dond 2.50 Plowing on road . 47.50 Wlioohroy, C, samo 4.141.17 Hlnes, T. IL. 2 da Plilpps, Jas., 9.2G 4.00 S.'OO Labor ou J. S, A. LouIbv. Paint & Mfg., Paint G7.50 Jacobs, F. T sirmo roads. , . 0.581.41 Lan,,' Rd.. 1 da 8.7G Shown, Ed.. Per DIein 2.00 G.27 Smith, Irvlu, same TlehenoF, Worth, services as on Alms House O - 'TLiirlnn,! Tli 4.50 Schroader, G., samo a Same, labor G.7G 4.00 I ibilflUUIl lliUtUlUtlt m da Yolsor, A. C, Paint of A. 11.. 33.25 Keown, Roy., team 52.20 Jailor 4G.0O Rowan, L., Total .?59, 684.78 iRaglaud. T. A., 4 dn 5.00 Taylor, Harvoy, W., 1200 ft. sumo 8.00 Itenfrow. Jas. C, land for rd. 10.00 Whobroy, Curtis, labor,.. , . 5.G2 Horry, Iwilson, Wllllo, Vt da. 5.00 1.00 K. C, samo brldgo Ibr Hratehor, S. A., supporvlsor 47.70 17.50 Ralph, Lon., foreman 28.87 Tanner, 3.00 2S9.50 Ralph, U..A., foreman Tho following claims vero allowed Wilson, George 16 . UOtlCCH J. W., 1 da hauling 10.12 Rucker, II. , labor 1S.G6 4.00 2.25 Ralph, Moody, labor 7,50 for plowing on road, September G, Wilson, Wllllo S 2 2 da lumhor Smith, W. I)., work on brdg. ... 1.12 Ralph, Moody, samo 4.00 16.31 Thomas Dros., nidso. for C. Wilson, Krnest, da G.75 llfadsliuw, R. IL, labor 1918: Hazolwood, Owon, samo . . 14. 63 Jones, J. J., Bamo 2 da 16.31 Wilson, 4.00 7.50 Kennedy, Wultor, samo 4.00 WrlglU. T. IL. Ilouso 2.25 Allen, Waltor. 2 da. Paiks, Wado, samo r 23.62 Vlck Ed., samu 16.31 3.00 M.. 1 7.G0 Smith, Irvln, saino .' Allon, J. T 2 du. 4.00 Wright, R. C, IV) . Thomas, Ellgah, 2 da nsst. GO Parks, J. II., samo 31. 3.00 14.06 Acton. J., samo 7.G0 Dlaek, Herman, samo ... surveying II. & II. road.. 4.00 Drown, Lewis, 1 da. 2.00 WIlBon. J. E.. 3 da GO Sulllnger. Honry, samo ... 31. Dlack, Frank, samo ,G6 L. 6.00 Wlioohroy, C, samo Taylor, James, road bed . . . 15.00 Dennett. Hen IL. Hi da. 3.00 Heunett, Oscar, survey, on 16.12 Sullonger, G Bamo 2 5.00 15.7G 10.00 Hinea, Sam., samo Urown, Lewis, 2 da. . . . Williams, Henderson, Floor 4.00 WIlsou, Horbort. G da da GO II. & O. R 22. Cooper, 10.00 14.06 Wallace Alfred, bamo Stone, Cal., same 4.00 Hooker, Frank, 1 da 3.00 Black, Ed, 2 da Sulllnger, Will, clean, of pub. ing nriiigu 19.7G Hluck, F., HUinu 2.00 13. GO 7.00 Cook, Monroo, snino exponscs to-4.00 Stevens, Prod,, 3 dn Harnard, Thad, 2 da. . . . well 22.50 Hrowit, M Bamo Plilpps. James, some Otis, 6.00 3.37 Ward, I. B.. t 11.91 Hlack, A. W., 2 da. 4.00 Shnver. W. L.. 2 da Frankfort Hoagland, J. T work on Jail 10.00 Dratcher, S. A., same 17.50 Drown, F samu 4.00 , 10.80 Williams, 2.50 Dennett, Ernest, 2 du. ... . 4.00 I Taylor, Honry, 3 da J. D, Sons, black- Plummer. II., land for road. . 22.50 Yuhco, E., same 6.09 11.25 Ton 2.00 Keown, Roy, samo 7.80 Cummins, Jim, 1 Vi du. '. . smithing Sorrels, J. II., name 1.12 Tlnsley, II. , samo 4. GO 4.00, ryll Taylor, Honry Will. 2 da 2.50 Carpenter, Bamo Combs, IL M., 4 Vj da,. Same, blacksnilthlng, Esq, Landcrfor, Jas.. samo 10.12 Wnllaco, A., samq. samo .,,. I 1.0 v. vj., yi uu 11.25 Q 25.00 Rucker, Horace, samo ; 2.80 Dabncy, L. P.. 4 da O.UU iiruwii. Slovens o .In Dluinmor. J. II., Bamo 10.13 Horry, K. U team fn 31.2G 4.!j 15.00 Taylor, Edgar, I Daughorty, P. G.. 1 du . . . 2.00 Calvert. E. L.. 2 da Williams, Harbour. 34 hrs. G.62 Ashley, E., Bamo Taylor, J. M.. buhio . 4.W Jones, J. J., samo 41.25 G.OO du. 6.90 Daniel, Roy, 2 work ou IL & H. road... Ralph. O. A., guth'r, tools 41.G0 Parks, J. II.. samo G.62 Wallace, A., samo . , 1 da 2.1 3G.2G . 8.00 Curtis, Will, S 2 da Wallace, Charlie, 880 ft. Ibr.. 17.00 Daniel, Juinea 4 da. . , . G.7G for II. & II. H P., Bamo 21.25 Keown, Tlnsley. II., samu G.63 Midklff. W. 1.00 Carter, W.Henry, 2 da Daniel, J. R., - da: Cal. P., election offl i:l Aldrldgo. Alox, wk. on brdg. 4.50 Union, Sam, samo same Chapmun, 36.2G Plilpps, Nayinun, G.OO 2.00 Daniel, Jesse, 3 da LUrs 4.50 Whoohrey, C, sumo AVhlttukor. B. W.. for D. for IG.00 Taylor, Luko., bamo Goff, John, lii 3J 4.7G 8.00 Oglesby, Hob, 2dadu 2.00 Foreman, Roy, 4 da. 2.2G samo G E. P. Harnard, Hamo land taking 22.7 'r. Taylor, Wllllo, M.. sumo 2.00 Oglettby. S. II. 1 da 2.00 GofflT. 11. W., 1 da Sliinett, IU IL, bamo 2.25 Drown. Roy. sumo II. G., wk. on brdg.. Wuyno, samo Smith. 36.25 Keown, 24.94 Rlchebou. , 2.00 Rowo, C. S., 2 du . 2.00 Goff, J. P., 1 da 8.00 Rlchurdson, S. L samo Mlschko, II. E freight 6.20 Kills, Howard, samu . 30.3U Crowo, Goebol, same 2.00 Tichenor, Clarence. ",i da 2.00 Goff, II. W., 1 du Martin. Otto C, samo Harbour, sumo . . . ' 3.00 Jacobs, F., cauio Samo, BUino 0.25 1.50 Williams, 4 da ... 8.00 2.00 Grlfflu, John. 1.50 Drown, L., .samu Tlchonor, W.. for hands J. K., 1 du . 1.G0 Dean, J. E., samo . . CurtU. Alex, rig for engineer da, Herbert, 3.00 Whitehead. Arthur, 1 dn 2.00 Hoover, .'7r. 'Daniel t. S. T.. same .. ireiBA 30.40 Hluck, F., samu M BthkO. II. Williams. 5.00 Ralph, Lon, foreman 3Yj da 7.00 Whitehead. W. rowo, C. M.. mm 111 e . . 2.00 Hardin, Dill. 1 dn . , 1.91 U'V ' ".00 Midklff. W. P., labor Hoagland. M 67 60 . .T James. C, 7.00 Noul; Andy 1 Va dn . . , Dalrd, 2.00 Johnson, Dave, 3 ',4 du, 19.40; JnrnuKln. J.tractor Walker. M.. plastering of I50 Cnrcon, Hiiidln, wiuie J., samo 7.ou Jones, J. J., labor 4.00 Jaukbun, B. C, Vj du Monro, J. M.. 2 da. 2.00 21.60 Hamo, Hob, samo 160 Hojinolt. W. It., laino t Sutton. Jno.. cou or Jail.. Rucker, Hornco, samo 4.00 2.S0 doff. V. V 2 da Ifallll. MUI1B 18.78 Smith. J. W.. haul. Ibr... for J. Maitlu. Earl, sumo 3.1ft Ttmhjy, O. It.. MIIIU 4.0i foreman 2.80 Midklff. W. P.. 2 da " 13.05 Ralph, Lon.. Nayiuau, sumo Sutton. AtraB. haul. (Continued on eighth 2.00 Plilpps, f-2.50 u.t; Wwldlng. A II., uiuu 3.60 Midklff, W, T., a till 18.00 Rucker. II.. labor for Jail 13.50 Talor, Luko, naiim Siullb, 0. E., wL. ou brdj. Roneer, C. K., Bamo Hosn, Alvln, samo Urown, W. 10., Bnmo Howe, (J. W.. Election OtOcor Addlngton, .Hay, Bamo Franco, A. L., Bnmo Morton, Vlg, fliiniH ltnnnc, Fred, Bamo Mnrlow, L., samu Smith, J. V samo .Smith, A. K., same Miller, W. II., Bamo Howard, I). N., Bamo I ...... .... 2.00 2.00 3.90 3.90 2.00 2.00 8.25 8.25 3.00 78.20 1.G0 2.25 1.50 1 50 2.2! 1.50 2.25 n.20 5.20 2.00 2.00 5.20 n.20 2.00 2.00 I ... . . ' .... ...... Tnylor, Edgar, samo . PnrkB, Gilbert, samo. . Vlck, IOd, samo Jones, J, L., samo . . . Sulllnger, Geo., samo . Lawrnnce, II., samo . Martin, Herman, Bamo rMlnton, N. T,, same . uitipii, iiiuoiiy, Hamu . Taylor, Joss, Bamo Hltics, Sam, namo '. . . Shaver, J. T., Bamo llrndshaw, A., Bamo Park, Cecil, samo Hratehor, S. A., team work. . Wallace, Alfrc'd, samo Sliaor, J. T Bamo Whobroy, Curtis, samo Martin, Lou., Bamo Smith, Irvln, samo Illnos, Sam, same Illnck, Herman, same Keown, Hoy, samo Plilpps, James, samo Martin, Everett, Same Ashley, Elmoro, same Hazclrlgg, Owon, samo Shown, llollan, same Curtis, Alex Ralph, Lon, foreman Rucker, Horace, labor Austin, Earl, same Park, Phil, samo Hradshaw, A same Sulllnger, Geo,, samo Taylor, Luko, same Ralph, Moody, samo Patterson, C. O., samo Illnos, W. A., Foreman.,.. Hlnes, Ed., labor . Mahnnoy, J. H same Nail, Lorn., samo Hazclwood, O., name Parties, Ham, samo Lines, Guy, same . Morton, E., simo Tavlor, Amos, same Pliipps, At., fame Whobrey, Curtis, samo Hlnes, Sam, same Keown, Roy, samo Harding, O., samo .... 15. 8G I Sulllngor, a. samo 12.37 IJorrcitt, Hob., lnbor 7.20 ' Joiips, .1., Hnino 8.GG Hlnes, Sam, samo 18. 0G Patterson, C. 0., samo 11. 30 Rolph, M., Bnmo 4.50 ' MIclklif. C namo ; 4. GO ' Dlack, F., samo 3.37 jShultH, (I., samo 5. 02 Vlck, 13. D samo 1.80 Wallace, A., Bamo 1.80 Shnvcr, 10., namo G.8G Jones, J. L., snmo G.0G Nail, Ed, same 31.50 Park, M. P., samo . . . 60.50 Dorry, D. fj., samo . . . . 42.7G Wcsterflold, 1 1., Bamo . 39.00 Hoover, A., samo . . . . 31. GO Ward, V. C Bamo 29.00 l'hlpps, J., team 38. GO Dlack, F., saino 37.75 Ashloy, 10., samo 31.00 Illnos, Sam., same . 16.00 Tlnsley, II., Bamo . . . 10.00 Wallace. A., samo 5.00 Ilimos, W. A., foroman 7.00 Hincs, Guy, lnbor . . . 7.50 Tnylor, J., samo 6.90 Phllls, N., Bamo 21.00 Ashley, D., team 13.50 Dorry, D. C, samo . . . 11.35 I'aik, M., same G.7G Ilinics, W. A., wagon . .... .... ... ... , 20.70 Murphy, A. O., 3amo .. 15.18 I oroman, J, O., satiio , 20.25 Mitchell, J. E., Bamo . G.75 OTCiicnir, T. II., Bamo 13.50 Miller, Leo r., munp . . 18.00 Tail I. W. A ., same . . . 5.62 Mlseley, C. W., aloatlnii 9.00 Iirern 12.37 Cooper, Isanc, snmo . 10.1.2 Stevens. H. I... nmnii . 7.S7 James, Claronco, same 6.75 Taylor, S. C, same . . . 9.00 Taylor, N. , Maine . 2.25 Elliott, C.L., samo . 3.00 Taylor, II. L., samo . .. .1.05 Herryman, J. N., Bamo , 4.90 Carter, J. T same . . . .67 Fiitkcrson, S. L , same .07 Maddox, J. 10,, same , 15.00 Wcodburn, E. C, same ,22.50 Williams, Layton, same 27.G0 Hunloy, T. E.1, snmo . 27.50 Jackson, Jno. T., same 22. GO Clark, J. I., samo "17.G0 Lankford, W. L, samo . 7.00 Keown, N. 1 1., same . 6.00 ltaiiney, C. W., samo . 6.00 Flnlcy, E. IL, samo 6.00 Mlllor, Joe, samo . . . M-., 3.G0 2.00 2.00 4.40 of- - 4.40 2JI0 .1.90' .1.90 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.50 4.50 2.00 2.00 Nail, J. F 4 da Pirtlo, Henry 14 da Plckoroll,. T. II., 2 da Hatton, Fred da Rook, Shelby, 2 da Stone, Cal., 2 da Splnks, Estill. 1 da Shown, Ilollnn, 1 V da. Stlnson, A. II., 2 da Stevens, L. M 2 dn Smith, Sherman, 1 & du, . . , Stewart, I. M., 2 da Whltoninn, C. F 4 da Wade, Wynian. 3 A da Ashloy, W. C, 1 da Balrd, II. A., 1 da with ... 1.00 9.00 4.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 .7:00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 8.00 7.00 2.00 .... ...,.. ". ....'.. ... ..... 1 J .... ....... -- ... .... ........ ..... ... .... .... .... ......... ...... 1 .... De-11- ........ '..... ja .... ... ... .... 3, -- ....... ....... ...... .... ... ...... ...... ....... ... - ..,...'.. .... 1 1 .... ....., onc-hors- .....'.... .... ...... ....:. ...... ..... ....'.. ..,'... ......... ..... .... .... & .... ... ,,, .... .... .","" .... " 1 1 .... .... ',- etc! Sfft-T- J 1""B l'j ... 46-0- 0 .., ..... .......... ..'. ... ...... l. -- 13 ""r-"- " 'n-r- - "'f v " -- - " KrtMffiv l M i Mldkltf, J. P., 4 da ... Iloyal, T. W., 2 da Iloynl. Felix, 2 da . . . Sharp, J. H., 7 da .. filler, O. D., 2 da .... Porter, Martin, 1 da ,fintlnii8il from seventh nago.) Hrowii, C. H.. 2 da . ilurrymnn, J. N., 2 da . 8.00 Uorrymaiii A. C, 1 da Jfehuiinn. .11. W., 4 da 4.00 Heasley, M. It., 4 da . AttOtUn, J. W 2 (la Cox, Li. F 10 da JSMlay. U. ., 1 da Camprlohl, G. W., 2 da rfJiJisay, Odle. 2 da 4.00 KnlBht. J. P.. 4 da . IJ. II. n . 2 da 2.00 I.ee. Willie, 3 da ... . II. da .'kmJli. II.too. 1l da 2.00 Shultz, Sam, 3 da . . tbwMjisoii, 4.00 Taylor, Q. O., 2 da . . . a HJnlr. .1 I).. 2 da S.00 Taylor, N. M., 2 da .. da .Jlkc -- InnicR. 24 da 4.00 Taylor, C. U., 3 da ... TUdstut. II I). 8.00 Wydlck, Tom, 3 da . .Jthaww. less. 4 4 da 8.00 AVomack, Hoscoc, G da Bltb. IV H.. da COO Ash by, S. A., 1 da SMair. W T .'3 da 6.00 Ulshop, Horry, da J W... 3ncn..Silvester.3 da 3.00 Hoss, Wi D., 1 da . . . 1& arV. 8.00 Vonts, S. L... Vz. da . . . rttawsnn. I.. .!.. 4 7.00 Hntlcr, Hlfidon, 3 da StuxRrtn. W. J., 3 6 da 5.00 Crowder, II. C.1, 1 Vi la xrxnx. onie. a,s 4.00 Dennis, G. W., 1 da . "-- . 2 da litanr 4.00 Day, H. C, 2 da Ac, ., .etoweinnrt.'UennlB 2 da .. 4.00 Daugherty, P. F.. 2 da . HUaem A. O,, 2 da 2.00 Embry, Marvin, 1 da anK, C. W 1 da 2.00 Hatler, Jim, la 3Myil. A roll. 1 da 2.00 Klper, Edgar 2 da Uiuhell. JHerlierl, 1 da . . 2.00 Klpcr. Vlrge, 2 da iMfrthnrn, Marshall 1 da . 4.00 Miller. O. D.. 2A da llrxUtRrn. H. M..V 2 'da 3.00 Homans, M. D., 8 da da vjjitnn It. L., 1 2.00 Honrans. N. P., 1 da ajticj, J. T., 1 da 2.00 White, Otis, 1 da awatri, Olarenrc. 1 da . . . 2.00 Arnold, Ivan., 4 da llivtvii.ls. II C. 1 da . . . . 4.00 Arnold, Alva 1 da 5av.Tirt, Goldle, 2 da . . . 3.00 Allen, Jeionic, 3 da TFl'Iffington, Simon, 1 M da 3.00 Allen. Elsworth, 4 V4 da. . . . TKlorlncton. H. P.. lift da 4.00 Halze, Wavey, 2 da WMMnkcr, G. C, 2 da 2.40 Cannon, G. A.. 1 6 da Tfarr. Alton, 1 da, & nails. -- F 3.00 Dangherty, J. E., 4 da Vinson, Hd da 7.00 Daugherty. We! by, 2 da r'Kla. ,1. AV.. 3'. da 12.00 Miller, J. W., 2 da laJtn. T. F., fi da 3.00 Morris, Granville, 1 da MBc-vn-n. Archie, 1 k da . . . 1.00 Honfrow, J. C, 4 da Rfovlur. JE. K.. xh da Wilson, E. C, 1 M da Ernest, 1 , da., lbr. 4. GO Allen, Frank, 1 Ha Ar . .'. -2.00 Allen. W. S., 2 da fhtcrj,. Gilbert. 1 da 3.00 Atchison. Gene, 4 da fijui'A, J. H. 1 ,& 2.00 Camp, N. G., 1 da 1 da od:.h, Dave, 3.00 Daugherty. U. S ... da VXi9 C. C, 1 COO Fanght, Ernest, 1 da 'rVUUUaVer, Enunett, 3 ila . . . 3.00 Hnsklns. Pete, : da ""KjsJb, Loncy, 1 Vz da 3.00 Hatler. J03, ? da . flMiTJe.it, I E., 1 M- - da 3.00 Iler, Hichard 1 da Sunn an, J. 11., 1 2.00 Jamison, S. L , 3 da . . ?."reT.nr, Glbb, 1 da 3.00 Johnbon, J. C., 2 da da Hnvaxil, .Mark, 1 2.00 Morris, Floyd, 4 da Ktarer. IL P., 1 da 4.00 Morris, Mason, 2 rtflicfla'n, Ennls, 2 da da 4:00 Miller, J. I.., 3 da JWiX'son, Fred, 2 da 2.00 Monroe, Win., 4 da IUBj Noah, 1 da 3.50 Stewnrt. W. J.. 2 da nails &c rafSiU&an, A. D., G.00 Strlnglleld, W. R... 5 da 3fiBcr. Clem, 2 da. nails &c. 4.00 Sandefur, M. T., 2 da &Txaal), J. T 2 da 8.00 Taylor, G. W., 4 da Shzo., .2 da grading 3.00 Wilson, Justice, 2 da E. K., 1(. da TK1T4J&, Jeff, 2 da 4.00 Wright, Clyde, 2 da r. 3.00 Wiight, H. M., 2 da KJaaacll, L. A. 1 3.00 Wright, L. T., 1 da TGcDowell, n. M., 1 . "fisna-3.00 Wright, Henry, 2 da K., 1 V : v. . 3.00 Wright, G. T 1 da Vtajhr, A. M., 1 J .-3. GO Wilson, L. E., 2 da iawr, Joe, l G - da jStasnii, H. O.. 10.00 Wilson, F. T., 2 da COO Rayland. T. A.. 2 da flm,n Frank, 3 da . . S.00 Ragland, T. W., 2 da "teBiliver, Owen, 4 da 2.00 Barrett, Bob, 2 da Shot ell, Wayne, 1 da . . 4.00 Haugh, Boyd, 1 da Roue, 2 da 4.00 Combs, Logan, 2 "rtjwn, Loran, 2 da da v COO Harrison, Hood., 2 Vi da H. F., 3 da . . fTfnfcr.jss, T. P., 2 da . . 4.00 Mullican, Chas. W., 2 da &c. 4.00 Ward, Emanuel, 2 da , jteaSress, I.., 2 da 4.00 Same, 3 da !4ribsjn, W. J., 2 da . . "ftSTCAtOrj 4.00 Wells, Coleman. 2 da A.. 2 da 2.00 Maddox. I. L., 1 da 'Thomas 1 da S.00 Allen, Ellis, 1 4 da TlaXtU, Win., 4 da 12.00 Brown, Jut, 1 da Uvtai, iC. C. 6 da 4.00 Benton, M. E.. 1& "ftuhlnson. M., 2 da . . il-aHay, 2 da 4.00 Barnes, Volney, 1 ', 1M 3.00 Bishop, Hoscoe, 1 da SsialJi.'CT A.. 1 da 2.00 Carter, E. J., 1 dn ViSwndBr, nailan: 1.00 Carter, LIge, 1 da da . HSuUs. "Robert. 1 2.00 Hocker, B. W., 2 da.. 5;..ji.s, ditty, 1 da 3 da . . "S&owias, Poster, ?.0' James, V. F., 6 da 4.00 Klncheloe. E. W.. 3 da VMif,y. Cody, 2 dal . . 4.00 Stronger. D. O., 3 da OtfKmtin. E. M.. 2 da .'. 'iMtatmii, W. M.. 1 da . . 2.00 Stearman, F. H., 2 da . . Vazr.tm, E. L., 4 da . . . S.00 Stcarnian, Orvil, 1 da 4.00 Tleheuor, Doward, 3 da . 2titton, Adra, 2 da 1.00 Ward. H. C. 2 da laci, Clarion. da . . 1 da . . 2.00 Jackson, F. E., 1 da . . "ThnnK, C. I)., JtcKiason, John, sradinK 10.00 Brown, P. F., 4 da &c. COO Brown. Alfred, 3 da . . fiJimiiters. Henry. 3 da . MtViaajff. Kimuiis, 2 da . . . 4.00 Daniel. Oscar. 2 da .'re-ZMii I da 8.00 Miller, Junius, 3 da JSjue. La re, 2 da . . . 4.00 Phistur, A. G., 2 .da 4 da . . 8.00 Snino. 2 lift SSfehiaoad. Adam, 4.00 Wnrin. I.csrf. 4 tin 7K:vri;r. Bertram, 2 da . Sijfcss. John. C da 12.00,CoitKinaii. HMIIfi. 2 da ... j?iitHT. i'liuster, 2 da ... 4.00 Crunies, Floyd, 3 V6 da . "Ha .re .i, W. I(. 2 da . . . 4.00 Crumes, Wayne, 1 da 'S.ijiiur. Charles, 10 da . . 20.00 Daniel, C. H., 2 da 1 da "aj-or- . 2.00 Felix. II. T.. 4 da ... U J., 2.00 Faught, Enunett, 4 da . C. W.. 1 da . 2.00 GofT. J. H., 2 da AriW. David, 1 tin . . xjui3ty. Noah, 1 da.,.,. 2.00 Miller, J. H 2.00 Miller, J. E., 22 da .., 3MBherty, Harvey, 1 da 2 Vi da ""yxrls. Hlaman, 2 da . . . 4.00 Petty. Ollie, 3 Vi da . . nailery. Tom, 1 Vi da . . (allowing claims wore allowed St Clair. 1). B., 2Vi da ... Allen, W. I... 5 da 'l pUnving on road, regular October Bartlett. B. II.. 1 da avrw. Oct. 2, 19 IS. Bell. Walter, 1 Vi da TUxrwiTi, Herbert, 2 da 4.00 Bell. A. T.. Jr., 5 da 0.00 Barr, Herman, Vi du . . a.:irfl, M. II.. 3 da 'JMiftsvill, Dearling. 1 3.00 Bull, Robin, G da ?Jmf-.y- . 4.00 Same, 1 da. 1917 Will, 2 da 4.00 Hudson, N. C, 1 da liixiwl. Jniiios, 2 da 75a 7.00 Hudhon. C. D 2 da Jim, 3V6 du ;5,i7i. Dorman, 1 da 2.00 Kirk, O. L 1V4 da ... 6.00 Kiik, A. M., 1 da It. 1)., 3 da .. 4.00 Mngui. O. C. 4 du lw n, a. O., 2 da Ixitryii. A. I. IVj da 3.00 Mosley. Eidred, 1 da da. &c, 'TiKwrni, J. It.. 3 da 6.00 Ralph, J. F., 8 3 6.00 Tichenor, C. H.. 3 da 'viri, Frank, (5.,rlu , 1 da :i Thomas da &c 7.50 Wlggington, II. 4.00 Wlgglngton, Ernest, 1 da Qci, E. S .2 da W. A.. 2 Vi G.00 Ambrose. Geo., IVi da Chester, 1 du &c . . 3.20 Ashley, Hardin, G da . . TaisteiUdrth, Golden, 2 da .. . 4.00 Boyd, Herman, 1 du 2 da 4.00 Baughu, Otis, 1 da iTmv.r Jake, 2 da 4.00 Davis. Arthur, 2Vi du . saaxtr, Sam, 1 da 2.00 Daniel. J. II., 2 da . . V'ltowK T. L , GVb da 13.00 Dodsou. E. G., 3 da . . . -VSiWinrHolrt. 2.00 Ford, Clarence, 1 da . Gilbert. 1 da. . CC Uiioar, 2 da 4.00 Ford, II. C; I da Smf., Tluiinas, lVi da 1.00 French, I). T., 2 Vi da . . QwtPtM, Johnie, 1 da 2.00 Foreman, W. M., 3 du w4Jtw.t. Diinniii, 2 da 4.00 Horrell. Wilbur, 1 da . twwl,(,t E. I... l 14 da 3.00 Same, hauling 2.00 Helm, Ohio, 8 da 'Santott. Lou, 1 da 5.00 Hlutou, T. 11.. 3 da . . .cittihud. W. P.. 2'j ha t.'laronuo, 2 da . . . . 4.00 Hamilton, James, .", da . wi-utr. Clllton, 214 du ... . 5.00 .Kullh, V. 1 du G.00 King, Hufuu, 1 da H. A.. 2 du iwits, Al. T., 3 da COO Same, 1 du t9itn.u, Ilwrlxrt. I Vfc dn 3.00 Lake, Olden, 3 da 1 (1h n, Henry 2.00 Lakn, C. V., 3 da . . 2.00 MrQuary, T. E., Vi da . . "KaiO. K. It., 1 da ". . 4 U.O'J da . MuUluluy, Can, tt da , . . ikr. It. ThivIii, n i 'du 1, 12.00 MoKluloy, Charles, I da 7 da 14.00 Mitchell, Dun, 3 d.i .. 41 r. Tlii, 5. lot MoKluloy, C'harltM, 1 du UU., K. P.. 2Vj du 2 Vi da G.00 Mojluy. Ira, 1 da rinnn, IhI. 6 TAcMfuri. ti. V.. 12.00 Nmil, A.. 5 da da 6.00 Park, Clint, 1 Vi du tficXt.. T. II.. S du 1 Vj 3.0(1 l'atton, Cluronoe, 4 da . . dH lm. I.iith ro. 4.00 Shown. B. A., 1 Vi tla i. W., 2 do 4.01) bpp. I.um. 1 du MiUvr, Jou .. 2 du P. P., 1VJ1 dtt... 3.00 Wiley. J. W., 1 d.t fie --tfnhty. 2.00 Smiley. John, l V, du TiitimUL J. K, 1 du 4.00 Shown. II., 1 da . . . Wtar, A. It.. 2 du U Oil Tu tor. ft L., 4 Vi du ?utt&rd. Aaion, 1 Vi du IHNANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY. 14:00 'Whlttakcr, J. W., 4.00 da S.00 Trodgen, L. L., 2 4.00 JTownsloy, Ennls, 1 da 1.00 Wade, Lonnle, 1 Vi da 11 G.00 Clark, Clow. 3 da . 2. 00 Crowe, S. K., 2 da v2 ... ... 2.00lWpstorflold, 4100 Westorflold, Hondy, 4,00 Mosley, Archie, balance 2.00 iGnrman, .1. R., 1 da . S.00 Hoover, II. F 2 da 20.00 lllolbrook, G. S., 1 da 4.00 Jackson, Charlie, 1 da 8.00 Porter, L. C, 2 du G.00 Whlttnkcr, II. C, S da Ernest, 3 da da ... . 2. GO 22.011 Ida, ... ..... .... .... .. . 16.00 6.00 2 00 1.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 .... .... ... -- -- -- I- li ... .... .... 2.tla .... 1. gv.s ,. :- ...... ... ... ".toj-xica- .... ... .... '' i -- ...?.. , . , nc , Jaa-Twassc- r, Jtiu, Jtei., Ui.i-v- .. .... ... Iu.r, irv, -J- .... ... .... 1 -- .... ... O. ...... .1 1 6 Kt T.lor Olll. 3V4 du Howard, Horace, 3Vi dn... 2.00 Estll, Howard, G dn 'JO Huff, Scott, 2 dn 5 00 Johnson, G. W., da : 11, J. L , Vj da. . . 1 on Kirk. O. H., 2 da 2.00 lit 3 00 Kirk, Heat, 2 da 1.00 Boll, S. N., 1V6 da 3 00 Kelley, W. IL, 1 da 2.00 CofTninn, Roy, IVi da 2.00 Same, 2 da 1.00 Curr6y, Joseph, 1 da '6,00 Hnrdln, Forest, 3Vi da 7.00 Lanham, Frank, 3 du . . . 3.00 Stewart, II. F., 2 Y2 da G.00 Lanhnin, Raymond, 2 da . 4.00 Loncy, Enunett, 3 dn . . 2.00 Farmer, Dave. 2 da 1 da 4.15 Patterson, V. n 2.00 Llndsey, W. T Jr., 1 da. 1 da 4.00 Wilson, A. N 2.00 Legrand, C, l',i da . 4.00 Maddox, J. W., 2 da ... 2 da 3.00 Brooks, Dave, Coy, Alvoy, 1 da 00 Marlow, Wilbur. 6 da 3.00 4.00 Itaynes, Waldon, 2 da 4.00 Miller, H. A.. 4 dn 4 00 Miles, II. T.. 3 Vs da Howe, Abe, 2 da . . . . 4.00 6 00 Muffctt, Roy, 1 da . . ... . G.00 Huff, J. S., 3 da . 2.00 Murphey. J. R., 5 da 16.00 Payne, Dick, 1 da 2.0Q Rearden, C, F., 6 da &c. 14 00 Pa. on, Brady, 2 da . . . 2.00 Staples. Lon, 2 da 00 Rk., I.oyd. 2VS da 1 OU Roberts, Jasper, 2 da 8.00 Allen, Elsworth, 2 da I 00 2.00 Allen, Jerome, 2 da Roberts, S. C, 1 da . . . 6.00 Allen, L. W 2.i da 5.00 Rusher, Sherd, 2 da 9.00 Arnold. C. W... 2 da 4.00 Rusher, Robert, 2 da . . . Rhoads, Jim, 3 da 4.00 Arnold. Abljah, 1 Vi da, ' mulo 2.50 Royal, E.. M., 1 da 3,00 S.00 Coy. Lawrence. 1 da 2.00 Royal, F. L 2 da 4.00 Docker, Aaron, 2 da . . . , . 4.00 Reynolds, J. M., 4 dn 4.00 Etnbry, Robert, 5 da 10.00 Ray, G. W.. 5 da . 5.00 Spenser, G. M. Vi da 2.00 Evans, Levi, 2 Vi da S.00 Evans, Earl, 2 da 4.00 Saiunley, Fred, 1 da 4.00 Trueman, L. S., 2 A da . . 3.00 Etnbry, Enoch. 2 da 2.00 Keown. Jnuies. 2 da 4.00 Wells. Willie, G'da 4.00 Wells. Mose, 2 da' 5.00 Maiden, Jesse, 2 da 5.00 Wells. E. It.. 5 da 8.00 Pharrls, Leamaii, 2 Vi da S.00 Warner. W. IL. 2 da 2.00 Itenfrow. F. B.. 4 da . . 5.00 Torrence, Hogdon,'2 da 4.00 Wade. C. It.. 2 Vi da Waflace, Ira, 7 dn 2.0) 4.00 Grand, J. W.. 1 da The following claims were allow- Baize. N. 6.00 , 2 da 2.00 ed for plowing and scraping on roada Haynes. W. IL. G Vi da &c. 6.00 under Overseers, at the Special Term Hnynes, Rcat, 1 da 4.00 of the Ohio County Fiscal Court, Harrison, J. V., G Vi da S.00 Harrison, Henry, 3Vi da .. October 29, 191S. Harrison. C. G.. 3 da 5.00 ' 3.00 6.00 Barnard, Cecil, IVi da 3.00 Payne. Cabs, 4 da 8.00 Barnard, Edgar, IVi da S.00 Power. J. Du 2Vi da .. da. &c. . . 4.00 Barnard, E. P.. 1.00 Reynolds, Lorren, 2Vi da 10.00 Cummins, Jim, use of scraper 3.00 Reynolds, F.M., 3 da . . . 4.00 Coppage, J. W., IVi da 3.00 Hpyuolds, Foster, 2 da . . 8.00 Daniel. Will IVi da 4.00 Reynolds. B. E 3 da . . . 4.00 Ford, D. L., 2 da 7.00 Smith. Harlan, 2 da . . . 4.00 Malln, N. A., 3 i da 6.00 Combs. Guy, 4 da 4.00 Martin, A. L 3 da 2.00 Fre. Edward. 1 da 2.00 Plckerlll, T. H., 1 da l.OO Free, Grover, 3 da 4.00 Richardson, Mrs. W. T., 2 da 4.00 Godsey, J. M.. 4 da 2.00 Stewart. II. L.. 2 da 2.00 Grant, Lud, 5 du 4.00 Schroader, George, 1 da 2.00 Harder, Ray, 2 da 4.00 Smith, Sherman. 1 1 da da 2.00 Hail, Willie, 6 du 4.00 Wooten, Goodell, 2.00 Kinkade, Edgar, 1 da 4.00 Miller, J. D.. 11 da 3.00 Muffett. . IL. 3 da 4.00 Rowan, A. A.. 1Vi da 9. no ,2.00 StHwart. K. II.. V? il.i Pollard. Willie, 1 da da 5.00 Pollard. C. E.. 3 da ... 5.00 Stewart, A. fi.. 2 G.0U Petty. Jack. 2 da 5.00 Whittaker, Lee 2Vi da 10.00 Robertson. Clarence, 5' da 5.00 Whittaker. Jesse. 5 da G da 12.00 Ralden, Geo., 4 da 6.00 Bean, W. F., 2.00 Shreve. P. T., :i da . 10.00 Berry. U. E.. 1 1 da 2.00 Shreve, It. B.. 2 da da 4.00 Floner. B.. 2.00 Smith, Jacob, 4 da 2.00 reenister, Charlie, 1 da 4.t)0 3.00 Harrison, Alex, 2 du . . livers, Wayne, 1 da l.OO 2.00 Lee. W. O.. 2 da Daniel. .Alack. Hi da Mitchell, 4.00 Dnniel, W. A.. 6 da 3.00 Murphey, J. E.. 2 da . . . A., GVi da . . . 11.00 Ellison. H. D.. 1 da 3.00 Magan, Clyde, 2 da'.. 4.00 Hurt, Llllle, 1 da ... 2.00 4.00 Hurt, Hay. 4 da .. 2.00 Nabors. J. W., 2 da . . . I. J.. 1 da 2.00 Miller. Essie. 3,Vi da 2.00 Park, 5 da . . 10.00 Payton. Cortis, 2 da 4.00 Itenfrow, W. H.. Itenfrow, Claude, f da . 10.00 Stevens, Henry, 1 Vi da 12.00 11.00 Bartlett, Ernest. 2 da 6.00 Schroader, It. B., 5Vi., da., Henry, 1 da 2.00 Henry. J. II., 3 da 6.00 Lamb. .. 2.00 Neal, Wm.. 4 da 4.00 Mitchell. John, 1 da ., Mitchell, I. B., 2 da 4.00 Reagon. S. M., 2 da 2.00 Russell, Ira. 4 da S.00 Stewart, Color, 2 da 0.00 da b.00 Turner, O. L., Vi da 4.00 Albln, Lable, 4 Vi . Davis, It. N 1 da ' 3.00 Yates, Alton, 1 da 2.00 2.00 :rjl, Ollie. 2 da 10.50 Herald, 1 Searcy, 1 da Same, p 2.00 Hoover. da 1 da 6.00 Haven, Arthur, 2 da 4.00 Hoover, C. "W., 2 4.00 da Leisure. Ethel, 2 da 4.00 Hickey, T. L., 3 da 6.0U Same, 1 da . . . t 2.00 4.00 5.00 Lake, Olden. 1 11a 4.00 Leach, Jake. 2 da", &c. .. COO Mldkiff, Buell, IVi du Stevens. J. T., 3 da 8.00 2.01) Massey, J. L., 2 du 4.00 Stevens, Ray., 1 da 1 Vi da fi. 00 Mucin, Archie, 7.00 Stratton, Joe T., 2Vi da Wallace. W. O.. 7 da 14.00 McKinley, Loncy, 2 da 2.00 Patton, IVi Elliott, 3.00 Wedding.E. J.. V., 2 da 4.00 Ashby. C. L.. 1 Vi da C. da H. L 1 da 2.00 8.00 Brown, Vernon, 1 da... P. N.. 2 da 4.00 Westerfield,C. D 8.00 2Vi da 3.00 Whittaker. 4.00 Brown. N. A., 4IVi da 1 (la Chlnn, T. K.. S.00 Rowan, It. A., da Bishop. II. i; , I d 1 5.00 Frnlm, W. S. 1 da 2.00 1 da 5.00 Hunley, T. E , 2 da 4.00 Balls, II. D.. 7.00 Maple. C. L 1 da . 2.00 Chancellor. J. V'.. 2 da . . 3.00 Maddox, A. T.., . 2 da . 4 00 Curtis, Jeff, IV; da.. &. 5.00 Maddox, E. II, 1 da Harrell. Charlie, 1 Vi dn . . . Klinmoll, L. A., 9.00 Payton. Fred. 1 da 2.00 Maddox, 11. T.. 'IVi da 1 da 2.00 Southard, Lige, 1 da . 2.00 1 McDowell, It. 3.00 Wilson. O .It.. 2 da . 4.00 Neal, Elijah, M da Vi da 1 10.00 Austin, I. II., 3Vi du . 7.00 1.00 10.00. Rowe, II. !., 1 Vii da alze. Ellis. 5 da 10.00 Daugherty, W. C, 3 da 6.00 Howe, II. K 1 Vs. da . . 1.50 Daugherty, W. P.. 4 da 8,'Oi Shaver, Felix, 1 da 2.00 Embry, Curtis, 5 da 10.00 Taylor, A. M., 1 Vi da 4.00 Edison, L. I).. d,l cm Williams, M. J.. 1 du 3.00 Miller. O. F 2 da .. 4.00 Asking, L. M 13 dn 2.00 MrOuadv. T W .. . dn coo Bailey. Paul. 3 da S.00 Stfvar , J SI, 2 u 4 )0 Bolton. Alec, 4 da 2.00 "ru.nes. E. V , I da 2 '10 Boswcll, Tom, 1 da . . 7.25 PaiK. Earl. 1 la . . "0 Foreman, Ed. P., 2 da G.00 Amos, Gcttle, Carden, Wilbur, 3 du i!. da 4 00 G 2.00 Crunies, W. IV J da da 4 It0 Condor, Charles, 2.00 Dabnoy, V. It., 2 da 4.00 Foreman, James, 2 du 3.00 Leach, N. I) 0 du . . 12 00 Grnham, Rouiney, 2 da 10.00 Mitchell. FriwI. 2 da 1.00 Gentry, Anslem, G da 2.00'NIx. nomas. 3 da 0 f 0 Harrison, Cooper, 2 da Hardlster, Tom, 3 da ft !: L. T. 2 du j.OOjitoach, Ernie, 2 da 4.00 Powers, Leslie, 2 da I Stewart, Tea.. 2 da 4.00 Pulllam. Clarence, 5 da Slack, Jesse, 3 du Wright. L, T., IVi dn. use of -- .00 semper .75 Sanders, A. E., 5 dn 2.00 Black, I). T 3 da 6.00 Stldums, E. M., 5 da '. du 5.0') Sunders, David, G du 5.00 iBoswell, Will. 4.00 Coopor. Cecil, 4 du 8.00 Westerfield, Guymnn 2.00 D.U. Dick, 2 da .. 4.00 Wilson, Arthur, 4 Vi da du 2.00 Kinbry, J. T 4.00 Wlllett, J. E 4 dn 16.00 Leuch, 1). C. 3 da. &K S.00 Coleman. W. M., 1 Vi du 6.00 Leach, L. C, ! da . 6.00 Ralph, J. A., 3 da 6.00 Mnuzy, E. S., V:: dn 7.00 Ralph, J. L., 6 da ., 2.00 Miller, Hlraui. 24 du 4.50 Taylor, J. F jl da 2.00 Il'luinmor, Kyle, 4 da . S.00 Carden, Ermeu, 2 du 2.00 I Smith Bros., 2 , du G.00 Hlncs, S W., 1 5 da COO (Taylor, Horace, 3 du 15.00 Moorman, Herman. 1 dit . . . . 7.50 Ta)lorj It. Lee. 2Vi da . . 5.00 How6, Uroy, 1 5 da 1.00 Taylor, W. 11., 8 du & lbr. 2.1. GO Brooks, W. M.. 3 du 4.00 Taylor, O. W.. 2 V. da . . G.00 Marlow, Loncy, 3V& du 2.00 Chupmun. Rollle, 2 du . . . 4.00 Skinner, W. It., 3 du COO Golf, John, 1 du 2.00 Spurrier, Hurtom, 2 du 2.00 Itowo, Luslle, 2 du .. 4.00 Tyler, W. L., 2 da 2.00 Stewart, Choiitor, 1 du . 2.00 Thompson, Ralph, 2 da . , . . . 10.00 Anderson, A. It., 2 da t.OO Alford, B. L., 4 du 2. GO Bulzo, N. It.. 3 Vi du . 7.00 Arnold, Dave, 1 du COO Crabb, Ediuond, 2 du 8.00 IlollHiny, W. II., 3 du .. G.Oi) S.00 HttlUuiiy. Shormun, 2 Vi du. Evuiis, Earl, 2 du . 6 00 Keown, Fraiik, 5 du 2.00 nbiiuiiiy. John. S m (U 14.00 Keowu. J. K., 2 dn 2.25 Ilurdotto, V. A. 7 COO Maiden, Jesse, 3 da 3.00 Gunury, It. B., 3 du 2.00 Coiluy, Willie. 2 dn 4.00 Suiue, 4 du I da 8 00 Pharrls. Leamon, 6 da 9.00 Creek, J. P.. 7 00 Cardtn, Hubert, 1 du 2 00 Tliumas, Janiea, 2, da 4.00 Shown. Arley, Vi 4.00 Sosh, Oscar, 2 dn . . .'. 6.00 Y"well, A. n 1 da 6,00 Diahop, II. E., 2 da . . du 10.00 D mean, J. M , 2 6.00 Porter, Porter, L. L., 1 du A. V 1 da . 4.00 2.0Ni ....... . ... i. 2.00 : 1.00 4.00 Dodd. Joe, 5 dH Eskrldgc Joe, 1 Vi da . JJskridge, Enill, IVi da Eskrldgc, Joe, 2 da Evans, J. It., 1 da . .. Funtia, Eatll, 2 da Fuqua, It. D,, 6 da Hulse, G. V IVi da ... Huff, Ollie, 5 du Ilownnl, Monroe, 114 da Same, 2 da Huff. Iris, 2 da Howard, Arnold, 2 du . . .. .. 6.00 4.00 10.00 :t.n 3.00 4.00 2.00 I .... Hartford, E. C 4 dn 4.00 12.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 "7.00 12.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 4.00 COO TheH omeo Ai. High Class Merchand lse Dear Critical Buyer: We continue to place our advertising before you in order to keep the name of our store constantly before you. We want you to become so familiar with our store and our merchandise, and to feel such satisfaction with our methods of doing business, that whenever you have a need in our line you will instantly think of our store as the place where your wants can best be supplied. Here we are quoting you a few representative values which will help you to remember this as the store of big values and merchandise. 66x78 Cotton Blankets, per pair $4.00 68x80 Wool-na- p Blankets, per pair $6.50 68x80 alUwool Blankets, per pair $10.00 The best Blankets, per pair $12.50 School Shoes for children, per pair $2 to $3.50 Men's work Shoes, per pair $2.50 to $6.00 Men's dress Shoes, per pair $3.50 to $12.00 Ladies' heavy Shoes, per pair $2.75 to $4.00 Ladies' dress Shoes, per pair $3.50 to $10.00 Outing Cloth, per yard 25c to 30c Dress Ginghams, per yard 25c to 40c A complete stock of Underwear at the right price. Yours for good values, ' high-quali- ty all-wo- ol , 2.00 3.00 1.00 :- 12.00 S.00 K 1 ... 7.00 2.00 10.00 4.00 5.00 4.0'0 4.00 2.00 4.00 0.00 2.00 4.00 8.00 10.00 1.00 x 2.00 5.00 10.00 4.00 10.00 4.00 5.00 14.00 2.00 4.00 12.75 2.00 11.00. .... ... 7.00 6.00 7.00 2i S.00 .... .... ... .... ... ... .... 5.00 5.00 6.00 4.00 6.00 4.00 S.00 2.00 6.00 8.09 10.00 4.00 12.00 2.00 COO v 2.00 COO 4.00 10.00 S.00 G'.OO Carson (& Co. vA Hartford,- - Kentucky. 4.00 S.00 2.00 3.00 12.00 2.00 2.00 S.00 1"-1- 7.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 6.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 2.90 2 00 4 00 '1 25 3.00 .1.00 Bartow, Florida NIn the heart of the garden spot of Florida. Don't stop off until you reach Bartow. Now is the time to buy while land can be had reasonable. Good orange groves earn from $900 to $1,500 an acre,, and if you buy before crop is gathered you get the fruit. Orange trees in full bearing and all kinds of tropical fruits. Vegetables grow better here than any place in the South. Corn, oats, beans, soy beans especially, hay, peas, etc., grow well. Buy while you can. V ... MISSISSIPPI The cheapest and best land to be had in the south. All kinds of farm products grow well. Northern farmers are growing rich in Mississippi. Timbered lands for sale x 1y . ... ... 2.00 3.00 2 00 ... 00 3 00 2.00 .". BAIZE & GREEP, Hartford, Kentucky. know these propositions to be as represented. ...... 3 2 2G 6 . 00 00 00 0,0 & S. Two members of our firm are in the south and V CO J-- .... .... .... 2.00 4.00 6 00 10.00 4.00 4.00 12.00 4.00 COO 4 00 FOR SALE! 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap Will take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court House. One-habottom, the rest upland. 56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good road 73 acres near Newville. 5 room cottage, stable! barn and other buildings. Price $3,500 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres wood, six room house, two barns, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash ' ballance on a long time. 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per lf 10 00 6.00 10OO 10 00 2j .... ... .... 12.00 4.00 9.00 8.00 3.00 6.00 1.00 GOO 400 2.40 2.00 2.40 6.00 ... 2-- 2-- .... ... ....... 7.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 10.00 4.00 4.01) acre. CAL P. KEOWN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 8.00 12.00 4.00