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MEXICAN OUTRAGES MUST BE EXPLAINED HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1919. anil woro beautifully decorated with Christmas hells and holly and tho was very charming. Christmas Ideas wcro carried out in all details. After soveral games of a progressive rook woro enjoyed,consisting of delicious luncheon salads was served. t Those present wcro: Mesdamcs It. T. Collins, C. O. Hunter, Hooker Williams, II. E. MUchke, A. C. Porter, E. G. Uarrass, M. L. McCrackcn, W. S. Tlnsley, Mrs. 0. T. Hums, Mrs. Lyman G. Barrett and Misses Sophia Wocmorand Lcttlo Marks. Mrs. Ira I). Dean, Mrs. L. C. Acton and Miss Luetic Harrett wero guests of honor. RAYMEH W.TINSLHV GIVEN ADVANCEMENT - JNo. ''SECRET DEAL" IN 26 BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) jf-fe- ct oooooooooooooo 10 20 111 ofor land hgt it's true. It Is tho "morning after'' and no headache. Strange, Tho high cost of living Is tho camouflage of tho chenpness of money. Como on, Sailor's Arrest And Other Dcpredatious Related By Widow Wnshington, Doc. 22. Rcprcscn-tntlon- s of the Mexican government In p. two sopnrate cases Involving protection of American lives went forward from the State, Department today through tho American embassy at Mexico city. Informed by tho American consul f nt Mnzatlan, Mux., that tho two American sailors arrested thero 12 In connection with a street fight wero being hold "on various pretests," tho department immediately Instructed Chnrgo Summorlin at Moxico City to mako representations to tho Corranza government. No explanation v.as mnde hi the consul la his report as to tho nnture of tho column. "Cut'c," with your social Variety Is the splco of life. Ho of good cheer, Fluke. Every cloud has a stiver lining, and tho "moonshine" days aro coming. tho costliest of human bo bought at an Inflnlto sacrifice of what the Indolent most esteem leisure. Success Is treasures, and must "pretexts." Tho embassy at tho Mcxii an capital was directed In another 0 hpatch to insist that tho Mexiuin gd eminent take stops towaid ttm apnrohenplon of the bandits who captured and held for ransom Frederick Hugo, American rancher .near Muzqulz, Mex. Altre official Information that Hugo had been released rrached the department .severnl du n?o, It was nut learned :. til today Miu bo w.i by o llborim! l.ndci u pnmli- - to piy $1,500 ransom within twclvo days. El Paso, Tex., Dec. 22. Mrs. Susan A. Moore, widow of John J Moore, n storekeeper killo! during the Viljn raid on Cojumbiw. N. M , March 9, 191C, nt n hearing today for tho Senate subcommittee Invc.ti-- i gating Mexican affairs, testified concerning tho killing of her husband and tho looting curried oc by tho bai't'.Ks. Rnyincr W. Tlnsley, of this place, who joined tho .forces of tho U. S. Government, Department 'of Justice, bureau of investigation, at the out break of tho war, has boon transferred from the Waco, Texas office to Houston, whore he will be in charge, effective January 1st. Mr. Tlnsley first went to tho San Antonio office which Is tho central or chief office for that territory. Wliiic thoro ho wns mndo assistant, hut same 1G months back he was sent to Waco as chief of that division, but since the war has terminated the need fo rcontinuous service thero has' diminished so that tho field can be handled from one of tho other offices. Tho Houston division ranks with tho Most Important in the district compos- cd of three or four states. GEORGE S. WILLIAMS. George S. Williams died last Thursday afternoon in the U. S. Hospital. Oteon, near Ashcvlile, N. C, after a protracted illness of tubercular trouble brought on by Influenza and double pneumonia, sustained last year in Government service. Tho remains wcro brought back to which took place Sunday afternoon In tho Pnxton Cemetery, near Taylor Mines. The Deceased was twenty-fou- r years of age, an excellent type of young manhood and was unusually vigorous and strong before ho entered tho service of his Country from which ho bad not been discharged. s, He was a son .of Squlro Harvo deceased, and Mrs. Williams, of near Taylor Mines, and a nephew of our townsman, Mr. E. G. Uarrass. Wll-Ham- To the man who Is at the same time a husband, a father nnd a grandfather, tho Inventor of the ten cent storo was a benefactor. If I could'flnd a friend who would appreciate a cut glass decanter and a silver mounted corkscrew, I'd give a couple of Xmas presents. For twenty years I delighted to come to Owensboro to spend a part of the Christmas holidays, and now I would bo delighted It I could spend part of tho holidays away from it. Waste not your sympathy on those who have lost no more than friends nnd foitune. Rather reserve your pity for that wretched heart whose fires of love have burned forever out. It Is strange the liquor people never thought of summoning a lot of eminent alienists to prove that Congress was suffering from a brainstorm when it passed tho dry law, and having It set aside. ENJOYABLE OCCASION oooooooooooooo A SPLENDID WOMAN GONE. This issue marks tho last to go through our press in tho year 1919. For Tho Republican, tho year ncaring its close, from a business standpoint, has been successful, as to tho satisfaction given It's subscribers and patrons others must be tho Judges. Wo havo lost exceedingly few subscribers In cancellations and our growth has been steady, even exceeding our hopes. So much for tho year 1919. As we start the new year with tho coming issue we ask the support of all who think they may see anything of merit in tho paper. Wo have been handicapped by having too much work to do. Tho duties are so numerous and varied that no one man can attend to all of them and do full Justice to any, except he be an expert In many lines and we are not an expert or adejjt In any. We shall put forth all reasonable effort to give our readers the local and county news and wo earnestly crave and ask for your assistance in every way convenient to you, to the end that the Republican may be better during tho coming year.. Wo aro mindful of the debts of gratitudo owing to many of our friends, and to all patrons wo acknowledge our sincere thanks and wish for all, that the year Just dawning may and hold peace, happiness plenty, ed owners, and $3.00 for renters or tenants. These fees nro to he paid annually and aro to cover tho State and National dues from tho County Organization. Motion was made and passed to havo 100 members enrolled before perfecting the permanent organization. As thero are now about 70 odd men who aro vitally Interested in the Farm Bureau it is expected that many moro than the required 100 will be enroled during tho next week. Membership blanks are now on tho press and will be in the hands of tho Committee this week. The next meeting is cnlled fpr 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, January the Cth, this will bo tho first Tuesday In Jan. 1920, tho meeting will be held In the Court House as before, and the session will convene with tho Fiscal Court. Besides the question of the permanent organization, several other matters of importance to all Farmers will be taken up, and every Farmer is urged to be present. Mr. Walter G. Trl:e, County Agert of Warren County, was present at the opening of the meeting and made a very strong talk explaining the purpose of the Farm Bureau, the attitude of the U.t S. Government toward his movement, and what the Farmors ought to make it. "A TRIBUTE OF LOVE." COAL STRIKE, CHARGE U. S. Senator Says Price Of Fuel To Go Up Or Another Strike Washington, Dec. 22 Entering into the controversy raging about tho Government's proposals for settlement of tho coal strike, Senator Fr Repubiioaj, N,v Jersey, A few friends and relativps of Mrs. Mary Leach gave her a surprise dinReports that Colunibiw wus to hi ner at her home on Clay street Friday, December IStH , in honor of her t raided had been received by Mr. A 'junpMous dinner was birthday. Moore and others In Columbub during six weeks previous to the raid, served, and those ptetent to enjoy she suld, but little credence was given tho occasion were: Mrs. Mary Lea'-h- , then. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Wilson. Mrs. Louis Ilgfii lleurliiK Soon Turner, Prof. Henry Leach, Mrs R. by Tho hearing was conducted R. Wedding, Misses Annie. Hudson Maj. Dan M. Jackson, of El Paso, and Mlnnlo Leach nnd "Raymond Cole. secretary of the subcommittee. Ono Tho out of town guests wore: Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Cole and son Clarence, othr witness, Joo Allen Richards who discovered tho bodies of tho Mesdnmes Watt Stevens, Nelson United States aviators, Lleuts. Cecil children, Cole, Willie Russell and MlOltTO.V MINES LEASED. Connolly and Fred Waterhouse, lr Vcrnard and Eunice. All Joined In Lower California, where thoy woie wishing Mrs. Leach many happy reMr. W. H. Hunt, of Waverly, Urlf.n turns of the day. i forced to descend after being lost on a flight from San Diego, Cnl., will county, completed details hero Mon be heard by Major Jackson previous day by which ho acquired tho coal HARTFORD XKT TEAM to opening of hearings on the bor- mines on tho I. C. R. R., at Horton. DOWNS CENTRAL CITY Thi3 property embraces about 200 der by tho threu Senators comprising tho committee. It was said Itlchntdt acres and has lately been opened, and Hartford's High School Team regwejuld testify to tho effect the Ameri- but little, of tho coal removed. Mr. istered qn tho right side of the card Alvnh- - Karnes formerly owned and by tho score of 21 to 17 in as good a' cans wero murdered by Mexicans. Major Jackson said todny tho controlled the mining proporty. gamo of basket ball with the Central would begin hearings on tho Mr. Hunt proposes to push opera- City High School Boys, as ono could border soon after January 1 at San tions at tho mlnc3 just acquired and ask Co see, here last Friday night. X Antonio, Tex. Senator Fall, chalr-mn- n hopes to be running at full capacity They wero as close to six of one and of tho subcommittee, left here at an early date, which will bo a ma- a half dozen of tho other as possible yesterday to spend Christmas with terial aid to that community. to find, as the score would Indicate. relatives at Nogalcs, Ariz. Thoro was not a draggy spot In, the MAY KIRK NUPTIALS. Mrs. Moore In her testimony said entire contest, every man being wiio tho bandits enmo to their resilience awtifte and on the alert during tno V about ono and "The marriage of Miss Borenlco whole melee. Prof. Neal of Central miles 'frou Columbus and broke In. They shot Virginia May. of Loulsvlllo, Kentuc- City and Mr. Whittier Rogers of Hartford m and stabbed her husband and before ky, and Mr. Arthur Dale Kirk, was Boavor Dam, dd tho refereolng which ho died tare his clothes from him. solomnfzed Saturday afternoon nt 2 was satisfactory to both players yi.id OHIO COUNTY FARM BUIfEAU FORMED Sho also was tho target for many o'clock at tho homo of the bride's spectators, bullets when sho tried to cscapo and cousin, Mrs. Ernest Woodward and At tho end of the first perlol CenOn Friday, December the 19th, a ono hit her in tho leg. Sho succeo.l- - Mr. Woodward, in Doer Park, tho tral City throw three fresh men Into ' cd In escaping and hiding by a foneo Rev. H. W. Tiffany officiating. Miss tho game In an to turn tho meeting of the representative farmeffort where American soldiers found hor Artlo May, sister of tho bride, was tho tide In their favor, which stood nt 12 ers of Ohio County was held In the so bndly mutilated maid of honor and Mr. Goodell Woo-te- each, but to no avail. Those partici- Court House In Hartford. Due to the tho Mexicans of Hartford! Kentucky, the best hor husband that after his death Mrs. pating in the gamo wero, Central bad roads and severe weather, only Moore was not allowed to see his man. ( City: Belllncoe, Sharp, Mooro, F. about ono half the number expected to attend, but what was Boforo tho coromony Miss Isabella Thompson, Christian, body, sho said. Desplto her wounds Thesloy, J. wore able sho accompanied tho body to her hus Hendricks, of Hardlnsburg, Ky., sang Thompson and Finch. For Hartford: licking In numbers was fully made up band's former homo In Ohio hut could "Oh Promiso Mo" nnd "I love you Williamson, Barrass, Hoover, Harper, in enthusiasm and earnestness of puronly watch tho funeral from a cot truly." Tho bridal party entered tho "Goat"' Williams and B. Ellis, Sub. pose. At least 35 of the best farmers drawing room to the strains of tho near n window, sho said. in the County braved the weather to m express their confidence in this Tho Moore storo at Columbus was Lohengrin Wedding March, played "GREAT MUSIC." looted, Mrs. Mooro testified. Sho also by Miss Lola Fields, tho ceremony bemovement for tho betterment of told of mooting and talking with Mrs ing performed undor tho arch Ono of tho best dances of tho sea- American Farming Business and Contho drawing room and recep- son was given Tuesday night at the ditions. Maud II. Wright, who had boon cap tu red and held prisonor nine days by tion room during which "Loves Con- opora houso. Tho music was furA temporary organization was perJhe A ilIlstiiH previous to the Columbus fession" was very softly played. Tho nished by Parr Brothers original fected, with Mr. E. O. Austin, of Mrs. Wright was taken aftor rooms wor.e decorated with forns and raid. Jazz Band, of Loulsvlllo. Parr Boavor Dam, as President; Mr. L. I). pot flowers. hor husband had been killed ond-liBrothers aro the best musicians that Tichonor, Vice President; and Mr. Tho brldo was attired in her trav- havo been hero In some time, their Watt Taylor, of Matanzas, as Secrechild stcien by the Mexicans. Mm, Moore prroonturf u ialm fur f JO, 000 eling suit of midnight bluo trlcotlno music was wonderful. Thero was a tary and Treasurer. to tho committee as representing her nnd with this woro a close fitting hat largo crowd In attendance,, qulto a A Publicity Commltteo of tho folto mntch. Hor flowers wero n cor-sa- large uumbor of out of town guests lowing men wus uppotnted: E, E. , Josses during the rniJ. boquet of Mrs. Ward roses. i Rodgers, Beaver Dam; Asa Kelly, 4 g being present. Miss Artlo May was gowned In blue SOCIAL CLUR MEETS Fordsvlllo; Wutt Taylor, Centertown; of WITH MltK. IUHHHTT charmouBo with an overdrew M. L. McCrackeu, Hartford. FOR SALE. georgette Sho woro a plctura hut 12 acre of lund on public road, Committee on Organization as. folgood houio, well In porch, lows: J. K. Mitchell, Dundee, L. li. Mr. Lyman G. Barrett entertained and carried Mrs. Ward rone. After a wedding tVjp through the fruit trees, ulco shady yard. On matt Tichonor, Hartford; W, C. Blankeu-shitho l.adlos' Social Club In her home, jTuosiluy evening In a most delight- south Mr. and Mr. Kirk will j at route. I'rlco 11200. Hartford; Judge Ma;k Cook, CLYDE TICHENOIt. ful manner. The roomi, with drawn home in Hartford, Kentucky, after ?5t3p Hartford. Cumb, phono, lighted by candle, January 15th. shades, woro Centertown, Ky. Membership foos wero tot at $0.00 com-inittono-quart- or n, en Dlx-lolngo p, b-- this, his native county for burial, Mrs. Mary Pendleton Taylor, wife of H. P. Taylor, of this place, died at her home last Friday morning at ten o'clock, of organic heart trouble. Although a periodical sufferer from that malady for some years, she was apparently in unusual good health immediately prior to the fatal hour of her demise. Funeral services were conducted In the home at two o'clock Saturday af ternoon by Rev. R. D. Bennett, after which the remains were deposited in , Oakwood Cemetery. Mrs. Taylor was a splendid typo of womanhood, imbued with a fins sense of genuine southern hospitali ty, and with an ever pleasant recognition sho greeted her acquaintances These and friends wherever met. qualities endeared her to all who Knew her. The Deceased was a daughter of tho late Dr. John E. Pendleton, born February 13th, 1S5S and united in marriage with H. P. Taylor, a prominent attorney of this place, March 22u'l ,""lSS4. Besides her husband she Is survived by one daughter, Mrs Wolfolk Barrow, of Lexington, and a son, John Pendleton Taylor, of Also two sisters and this place. three brothers, Mrs. Howard Gray, of St. John, Kansas; Mrs. Tulah P. Cummins, of Richmond, Va., and Charles M. Pendleton, of Miami, Fla , John Ed Pendleton, of Tulala, Ok'n.. and Dr. Eugene B. Pendleton, of Mrs. Mary Pendleton Taylor is no more; her departure was calm and sweet as befit the passing of one so gentle, yet so brave. She realized that her going away would bo sudden yet she radiated sunslUne and happiness, loving and being loved as only one so richly endowed by nature can Mrs. Taylor was a woman of brilliant intellect, cultivated by years of devotion to the best in literature and art. She was passionately fond of music and her familiarity with the was classic and modern scnoois amazing. Until her health became impaired she was one of the leading lights of the Woman's Club. Yet as wife, mother, sister, neighbor, friend, was tho wealth of that generous heart avlshcd In unstinted love. Her kindness of heart was proverbial, she was never known to say an unkind word, but a smile and kind word from her LICENSED TO WED has often brought comfort and courSINCE LAST REPORT age to an aching heart. Sho lives in the hearts of those Evoret Porter, McHenry R. 1, to loved who wonderful Gussie Brown McHenry R. 1. her. legacy sho bequeathes to those she John H. Stewart, Select to Ida sunny Luck, Beech Grove. leaves behind legacy of y- smiles, legacy of kind words, legacy J. W. White, Whltesvllle Route 2, of noble deeds, legacy of tender and o Lois Baker, Beaver Dam, Route e chairman of the Senate Commltteo in vestigating tho coal situation, In a formal statement tonight declared that in tho Government's negotiations "there must have been some sort o a secret deal mndo in addition to tiro signed statement." Explaining ho spoko for that himself only and not for other mem hers of his committee, Senator reviewed testimony adduced by tho comitteo hearings to date and added that, out of the settle ment of the strike, 'In any event the public may look for an Increase In tlM price of coal or another strike." Tho New Jersey Senator characterized tho settlement proposal, as put forth by Attorney General Palmer and accepted by tho miners, as "a loaded dice for the American public." The Executive Committee of coal mine operators, following their statement of yesterday declares that tho Government's proposal .13 finally drafted was virtually dlffeifnt from tho plan formulated by former Fuel Administrator GarfleM and which they bound, themsshes to accept, maintained silence today , Tho operators decided during tho day to call off a general meeting of the Scale Committee of the Central Competitive Field, which had" been called for Tuesday In Cleveland At the conference which will take place after Crrlstmas, it was saia, a the operators expect to decision as 10 the policy they will adopt toward tho Oovornuent's plan and the commission appointed Saturday by President Wilson to adjudicate the miners' claims. WIlllo Allen, Horse Branch, to Aragain. tie Hazlellp, Rosino. B. B. Ira Bartlett, Reynolds Station, to Agnes Evans, Fordsvllle. SENATORS HOARD SUGAR, Marlon W. Bell, Centertown It. 1, GIFT OF 2 COLLEAGUES to Nola G. Tichonor, Centertown R., 1. thoughtful ministrations. Adieu! dear friend, until wo meet 2. " Washington, Dec. 22 Senators today received as Christmas presents neat cloth sacks containing five pounds of Louisiana cano sugar. Tho sugar was the gift of Senators Randsdell and Gay, Louisiana, who last week led a vigorous fight In tho Senate against further imposition of Government control over tho price of that product. So far as can bo learned, not a singlo Senator declined to roeive the gift. In most cases they made haste to bestow it carefully In soma hiding place. TO OUR PATRONS. Owing to the Increased cqst of films and other expenses wo aro forced tu either use a much cheaper service advance Hip price of admission or Cheaper Mima closo our doors wouUUbe unsatisfactory to everybody So wo have decided to hold tho ser-viup and advance the price of admission to 20 cents, effcttive on and after Dec. 23rd., and It attend- -! anco docs not Justify operation vu will bo compelled to tako tho latter, Course, closo our houso. Doors open 6:45. Show begins 7:15. STAR THEATRE. ro CARD OF THANKS. V. B. Whlttaker, Beaver Dam, to Geneva Leach, Beaver Dam. Charlie Burton, Hartford, to Eva ' Mai Decher, Echols. James Chester Tomes? Hartford to Lillian Stone, Hartford. Bert Goodwino, Horso Branch, to Rena Martin, Horse Branch. E. C. Craig, White Run. to Pearl A. Keowu, White Run. Willard Baughn, Narrows Routo 2, to Kathleen Keith, Hartford, R. 6. Claud Weedman, Caneyvllle, to Lo-riDavis, Renfrow. John Ward, McHenry, to Bulah Walker, Huntsvlllo, Ky. John Willis, Hartford, to Lorino York, Hartford. Lowellen Francis, Simmons, to Rosa Bell Young, Simmons. Anderson Bratchor, Horso Branch, to Vorglo Young, Horse Branch. Slrgurl Glllstrap, Select toiRuthlo Baize, Solect. , Harrison Goodman, Hartford to Pcarllo Hamilton, Hartford. Clydo Keown, Hartford Routo G, to Eva Novltt, Hartford, Route C. John Phelps, Morgautown, to Alvla Phelps, Cromwell. Hobert Huff, Reynolds Station, to ' Amby Craig, Fordsvlllo. Claybomo Pirtlo, Beaver D,am, to ' Elllo Taylor, Beaver Dam. Virgil II. Jordan, Leavenworth, Ind., to Ella Young, Horso Branch. no NOTICE. thank our many relatives and friends for their kindness Wo desire to and sympathy shown us In tho death of our dear sou and brother, George 8. Williams, who departed this life December 18, 1919. Especially do we (hunk Rev. Allen. THE FAMILY. Parties Indebted to mo will ploaso pay their accounts at ouco as I want to bulunco my books by tho closo of tho yeur. If I owed you whut would you want mo to do? DR. J. S. I1BAN, Homo Brunch. a- - "-"i-i Denver Dam Drlck Co.,lrlck. 2.00 Leach, S. W., Por Diom . . 6.00 Dank of Hartford, interest on Same, 1 dn. com, ' 3.00 F. C. W. No. S02 107.00 Ligon, V. P., work on road 52.00 McmIpv. E. K., dynamite . . Curtis, Ernie, nails and la3. SO bor 2. SO Martin, Kstlll, work showing Biimmnry tfOOWUI, STATEMENT Of Ohio County, Kentucky, January 1st, 191S. Carxon & Co., Mdse. Alms 2.01 Mldklff, W. P., wnll papert ( S 56 oC'zmadrtM mul disbursements, from January 1st, 1917 to House GS.53 Same, Sorvlces ns Jnllor 66.50 , 100.00 Ttrto TSmal four of Ohio County: Muffott, John, lumber nppolntcd to Investigate as to tho Combs, Leslie, viewer road TVi Jiwr commissioners heretofore County case 4.00 Mnsslo, J. L., Int. on F. C. W. to for tho year 1017 OsMiax nd Disbursements of Ohio on January 1st, 191S, begand report Combs, I). M same . 51 . 3.00 No 1759 to iko Pourty's financial condition Cecil, Jas. S straw 2.SS Norrls, Mary F road bed . . . 40.00 Chlnn, T. II., sills 2.25 PIrtle, .Ins., hnullng bridge., l.il ,U:ci:irrs. V. D. labor Ralph, R. P., road bed 1.50 30.00 $ 3.62S.40 Cuitls, ,.,.,,. naii nn hnnd lii General Fund i t ,..,.,.. t. Rnnney, Lee., work Duke, Almond, viewer, road , ... 2. SO a r. 01 sr, "" rnsn on mum in omwuh mmi " """ f jtf case, J. L. Miller 3.00 Rice, B. V., 4 da. Com 12.00 dv"Il front S. O. Keown. Sheriff for taxes . . . 2,170.08 fun. T., damage, road Same. Per Diem 6.00 174.21 Davis, Jan! Wrnrolvpd from V. C. Blankenshlp, Co. Clk., land sales. . 1,600.00 case Jas. 49.00 Stowart, Golda, road bed 75.00 -- "" -- A.t.iT ,.n.nit-n,- i frmii Kilcar Ilamaid. loan to County .-A,...,.,,.... ..... UJJ 1 , .... ,.,., j mi. M 10.00 Shown, Ed., 'work on road . Davis, Evelyn, samo 9.00 4S.11 uounij, Jtui. nth rocelveil from urayson Hartford iiujuium u .niuBv.. Same, Per Diom Davis, Amanda, samo 10.00 3.00 -- VwP 4,015.43 and Ccntcrtown road on S. V. JUo. (SUj riwrivwl irom State,O. Keown, Sheriff, for taxe3 2.35 2,000.00 Davis, .1. II. & heirs, samo. . 12.00 Stownrt, Ernest, work on road received from S. Smith, Winson, i da Com... Jas Urtth rontivmi nisi. .T. I.. Miller, road case A., repairs court 12.00 24.90 Duke, . w..k house . . .i 7,10 Smith, Winson, Per Diem . . . 6.00 MOO. 00 The rmlwr nf Id' Hnltfl SIaIm art mnn; llin i,'ii. rW. received from S. O. Keown, for taxes10 Smith, Willie, reporting evi nmtlj onr hilf. of nil the rily ot the otlJ. Thty 9,475.00 Dean, W. S., 1 da. commlt- name, loan uouiuy rnrelved from Lainiiasco ITfclA. much mlrr Ihnri lht or teo dence . curry 3.00 roflr t'"e 7S.GS t.A. 25.00 S. O. Keown, ucitnqucni mxes received from any other country lht there it rrlfy no Urn lor eompMl-uoVttb. 6.00 Smith, Chnille, Services. 33.36 Same, per diem In.lee.l.the IritHeot ny to intuitu wy he rnrpJvpd from S. O. Keown, halanco on settlement.. Frifc.:?Ah House keeper 305.25 Iiineil, n.l ilill it ilnet not ppfoh the commerce ol 7.75 Fulkerson, L. D., lumber. . . 79. 4S ateft.. 7Jt.h. received from K. E. Rogers, sale of scrapers Fulkerson, S. L., per diem. America borne upon Amencen rtilwijri. 6.00 Taylor, B. W., 3 dn. Com . 9.00 66.00 Ford, sale of scrap Iron .Apr. Sfch. received from I7afri ttttil If MMr Caiftf. pains 3S.9S Same, work on road 15.00 7,979.25 Grim, J. W.. Maggie,&c jVyclMj, rpcelvpd from State, on Hartford and Morgantown road interest 31.50 Same, expense paid for II. & 39. SO Gilliam,.Mrs. rppplved from Cancellation of Fire Insurance Anc JJ.th, I,' Lon, hauling Lbr... 5.00 O. road 26.15 55 V. Taylor, balance Avs J.eiU.rrrelved from Bon Miller, for dynamite on nails a. 00 1000 Glenn,C J. S., settling with S. 10.00 Same, Por Diem received from J. It. Jttly. h O. Tlchenor, R. C, Same 0.00 10. SO .Abjt. SUi.riveived from E. E. Ilogers, for dynamite Same .Committee n.oo 1.5HS. 03 iiaynes, aiiisou, woru as Help.received from S. O. Keown, for taxes Aua. ItU er S.00 Whlttnkcr. Will, hauling n.00 5,000.00 Hub Clothing Co., Ansf. I 7lh received from Bank of Hartford on loan Mdse. Alms wiisc- - , 1; sills w 14.10 2,699.10 JOBLtv received from S. O. Keown, for taxes House 42.10 Webst r F one Co.. Stone Bea 9,4 G.61 Hagorman, Xiwl SMJa, received fiom S. O. Keown, for taxes Joe, viewer nnd ver Dam Pike OS 257. 10,000.00 Vul. 2J.U), received from S. O. Keown, for taxes witness, J. L. M. road 3.00 White. Frank, road drag 2.50 nnd lie will loll you that American railroads arc 46. 2S Btwt XKt received from 1. C. II. It., rebato on freight Hartford Republican, Wedding, A. II.. nnlls 3.05 the best in the world. 4.00 Acton Bros., Mdse A. Houso 9.60 $65,645.09 Hinton, Willie, witness nd Total of all money received 1.00 Browder, W. W., Sen Ices in England and He saw the foreign roads disbursements.County Farm Agent 600.00 Warrants. S 9.476.5S Hartford Mill Co., lire brick Armmi.M psld out of General Expense Fund, on and in other Connnd brick France, the best in Europe 1.25 Bank of Fordsvllle. ensh pd. '. . 2,743.05 JituimMt yald nut of Salary Fund, for Salaries for work on road 3.75 27.01 and he knows. taieji jKlid nut of Charity Fund, Paupers in Alms House.... tinental countries 1.S92.40 Jackson, F. T., lumber.... Browning, Jas., medicine . . . 2.50 .Aichmm) .paid .out of Charity Fund, Paupers not in Alms Hou.se.. 190. SI Keown, S. O., cost J. L. The part railroads have played in the developMiller road caso 3.30 Blnlr, W. N., work on bridge 4.50 Zatasvxt Juimring Warrants issued for borrowed money 14.676.S9 Baird, A. L hauling 15.00 40S.O0 Kirk. Dean, conveying pauJlmtinn'; aAd out on account of Vital Statistics ment of the United States is beyond measure. per Co., 3.50 Burroughs Add. Mch .YxntMCBT .mid on Hartford and Owensboro State' Aid Road 1.S02.50 Judgment King, M. D., unloading culAmerican railroads have achieved high stand277.23 Axuoiixt ,i.nit on Hartford and Morgantown State Aid Koad.... 5,433.45 Blnnkenship, W. C, Services verts Anwnjxt .Viiid on Hartford ami Ccntertowu State Aid Koad.... 2.4S4.91 and courage' ards of public service by as Clerk 71.77 AmiiKte paid on other roads and bridges 15.5S3.93 Keown, S. O., Sheriff services 272.60 Lamasco Bank, discount... 525.00 Same, Per Diem ous investment of capital, and by the constant Sinking Fund, for the purpose of llqul- --Vnw.Tutf set aside in the 6.00 7.50 Bennett, S. E., livery 3. DO fttitiK County's Indebtedness 2.46S.46 Leach, M. D., hauling, grado striving of managers and men for rewards for work Miller, Rnnda, hauling sills S.00 Same, loading tile ArotrMO of claims allowed prior to Jan. 1st, 191S, and not paid. . l.OO 1,202.39 well done. Mldklff, VT. P., services as BsSaxiia coxh on hands, Jan. 1st., 191S Bennett. D. S.. hauling . 1.50 7.2S1.67 141.79 Bradley Gilbert Co., file boxes 35.25 Jailer wc . We have the best railroads in the world Oreuul Total of all disbursements, cash in Sinking Fund &c.,$ 65,645.09 May, Mrs., Dee, damage, J. Baltzell. D. S lumber 2S.72 L. Miller road 10.00 Same, lumber must continue to have the best. rXUK SINKING KIWI) OF THE COIWTV IS AS FOLLOWS: 5.00 Daniol, Wesley, lumber S 4,521. S5 National Supply Co., disinfectJan. JJ3 7, cash on hand in Sinking Fund 13. 7G But they must grow. ant 3S.00 Carden, Wilbur, team work . AmttmtS .?aced in Sinking Fund during the year 1917 3.00 2.4GS.46 Pirtlo, H. M., viewer, J. L. Cheek, J. P., lumber 12.00 To the $20,000,000,000 now invested in our Miller road "Swan! 3.00 Carden, C. B.. team work . . . 3.00 $6,990.31 railroads, there will have to be added in the next Robertson, Joe, viewer and Bislmsipnipnts from Sinking Fund, during tho year 1917, interest Cobb & Richards dynamite &c 16.25 witness, same 4.00 Carter, R. D timber &c oa .Funding Uonds, paid March 15th, 1917 1.50 $ 1,200.00 few years, to keep pace with the nation's-business- , 3.00 Carson & Co., llbery vu uonus, paid sept., 3.75 1,200.00 Rice, B. F., per diem ""Tmt Ja Sinking Fund, Jan. lbt, 191S15Ui, iy 17 billions more for additional tracks, stations and Buijjjxt? 7.00 Compton, F. L.. pauper coffin S 00 4,590.31 Stevens, W. N., hauling.... Sproule. W. V., work on Chanvellor, Adam. Iron &c terminals, cars and engines, electric power houses 3.90 Ths VI bridge 5.00 Durham. S. L., lumber ."5 6,990.31 27.S6 and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the Smith, Charlie, services Alms Tfi Jsaeitcdness of Ohio County on January 1st. 1918. is' as follows': Dean, W. S.. freight on tilo. 2.00 House keeper 207.25 Same, 2 da. Com and for reconelimination of grade crossings isnamxs Bonds Outstanding S4S 500 00 6.00 Qthnc Warrants issued for borrowed money, &c 19,'755!25 Stevens, W. N viewer and Same, Per Diem 6.00 struction and engineering economies that will rewitness J. L. M. road.... 4.00 Embry, M. E., hauling 3.00 9. SO Fulkerson, S. L holding induce the cost of transportation. $6S,255.25 Standard Oil Co., oil HaJamn on hands Jan. 1st, 1918, In General Fund road quest S 7.2S1.67 Swain, Robert, making 6.00 To attract to the railroads in the future the inBalj4! on hands Jan. 1st, 1918, In Sinking Fund drag 2.00 Same, 1 da. Com 3.00 4,590.31 Stewart, J. J., pauper shoud 2.25 Same, Per Diem vestment funds of many thrifty citizens, the direct6.00 TotsU Cash on hands gH S71 00" Stephensburg Stone Co.. stone 1S1.15 Foreman. II. F., making fill. 20.00 ing genius of the most capable builders and maliJViit fjtiebtedness, Jan. 1st, i91S per 6.00 !!.'!!!!!.!!!'.'. ! !$56!383i27 Smith, Winson, diem diem. . 6.00 Samo, road bed 20.00 Shown. Ed., per ngers, and the skill and loyalty of the best workFord, Joe, lumber 10.60 X",aI .' 3.50 Farmers' Union Milling Co., 6S, 255.25 Taylor, Berry, hauling in competition with other industries bid- men Taylor, R. L., witness J. L. lumber 11. IS JOHN H. WOOD, . ding for capital, managers and men the railroad Miller road 1.00 Fulkerson. L. D. lumber J. L. BIIOWN, 7.12 W. C. DLANKENSHIP, Tlchenor, R. C, per diem . . 6.00 Foster, Mr.s. Isaac, boarding industry must hold out fair rewards to capital, to I Eng. H. Sr O. road Wedding, Hillary, lumber . . 21.34 1.50 managers and to the men. 3.00 Goff, John, moving fence . . . 15.00 and ordereplTbltahed, by Blankenshlp, W. C, per diem tiffL.f.0,!;"!",? IS'mi County, actcl'teu'1alJl"-oveon the 8th day of October, 1919. 13.70 Dean, W. S.. same 3.00 Gray, Tom, lumber & teafn . American railroads will continue to set world i Fulkerson, S. L.t same W. C. DLANKENSHIP. 3.00 Gabbort, E. F., making fill , . 12.50 standards and adequately serve the Nation's needs Leach, S. W., same 3.00 Gillespie Bros, repairing gra0I Cla,D,S. eml'raCed ,H tU f0reg0,ne condensed hsatCemefasrf ol- - Rice, B. F., same der 14.75 3.00 if they continue to be built and operated on the Shown, Ed., same 3.00 Haden & McDanlel, .Mdse. for American principle of rewards for work well done. Pauper rru; Xollowing is .1 complete list of Southard, J. E., team on 5. 9S Smith, samo 3.00 6.00 Taylor, Winson, samo Clciaj allowed by Ohio County FIs-a- Southard Talmage, same .road. .75 W. B 3.00 Hudson, Urln, work on brdg. . 6.00 Tichenor, R. C, same 3.00 Cr;.rt. during tho year 1917, for Southard. J. L., samo 3.00 Hudson, Jeff, team on road. . 13. SO Black tc aal-ttt- ; Howlett. R. J., lumber ftp. . 27 50 Blrkhcad, pauper laiior. teams etc.: Smith, Winson. 1 da com. . . . 3.00 Hmj ?tefi.b , looting 30.47 6.00 Harrison, Corba, lumber shroud J 4.05 Same, Per Diem 6.00 Bellamy, J. A., dynamite &c 44.00 6.25 Hoover, Clifton, road bed . Iiif.C!il. A. P., tile 3.50 Shown, Ed, Per Diem 6.00 Bennett, Ed., livery Howe, Abe, road bed BraUJ-.15.00 1.50 Gilbert Co., record Shultz, Ozna, Salary, 1917,1000.00 Tom, hauling &c 13.25 . fcwwJsi. 3.00 Hinton. 31.40 Tinsley, W. S election com'r 20.00 Blankenshlp, W. C, per diem Clothing Co., Mdse. Co. Hub B(riK itfr, lbr ., Caron, W. R., (board) II. & 24.00 Tlchenor, Dr. B. F., expenses ' Those deiiring information concerning the rnilroaj litu- 13. SO Jail O. Samu. lbr , 40.00 to Louisville 19.04 Dean, road S. per diem . . . ation may obtain literature by uriting to The AssociaW. BlaaitJtniililji. W. C, cost road, 3.00 Harl Jas. C. Arresting & Pendleton, Dr. E. B., Salary, conveying C. Aull 11. 13 Elgin. Virgil, hauling 2.00 tion of llailicay Executives, 61 Broadway, Sew York. s.15 1917 250.00 Ferguson, V. R., lumber . . 17.20 Humphrey, W. H.. road en- Soijiii, 'ost road case 27.05 Taylor, J. V lumber 14. OS Fulkerson, S. L., per diem. . Clneer 5.50 3.00 299.10 Taylor, D. L hauling Sku. Services as Clerk 3.50 Hutf, Scott, lumber 3.00 10.99 Johnson, Roy, building brdg.. Sam. Pn Diem 6.00 Tiuhonor, Worth, hauling . . .. Jnrnhs. P. T.. lmnlior 2.150 1.50 Hinton, T. B., team 1.50 Bnrautt, Ji H Connu'r road Tichenor, II. C, 3 Com. . . 9.00 Humphrey, W. II., board. . 1.50 2.00 king,' Wilbur, work on road . wt . 3.00 Same, Per Diom da G.00 James, J. S., lumber as 30.54 Keown, S. O., Services arnB, E. P. & Dro., wire. . . 3.40 Taylor, 11. W Per Diem 6.00 Sheriff 32.00 Baize, Ellis, hauling V. P., surveying.... 12.00 2.00 Same, Per Diem Ila."fc & Jj. dynainite &c. 1.00 Wallace & Porter, medicine. . 1.35 Ligon, S. V,'., per diem 3.00 3.00 Barr, G. E., lumber &c Leach, 3.00 King, Dan. repairing suciS6, 46 47 Shown, Ed. samo T p. Connu'r road 3.00 Weller, Mr.s. S. J., lumber . Leach, S. W, Com. 3 da 9 0 Bean, Marvin, lumber . 35.00 Mldklff, W. P... coal 3.20 13.41 Taylor, J. W., lumbor 4.50 57.82 H 0 00 Bean, W. J., FIro In-- . Ainu 30.25 I 3.00 Same, Per Diom C&Mtin,v? O., loam on road 12.00 Whittinghill, I. Co., lumber . &c 169.22 Rusher, Sherd, lumber Taylor. W. B.. Com. 1 da. . . 3.00 Murphy, J. It., building brdg.. Webster Stone stone. . . per diem Rice, B. F. 3.00 Houso 52.50 Same, Por Diom D;iarfl. T. N., conveying pau- 3.0O &c Walker, Martin, Ilcbettlng 20.00 Blankenshlp W. C, Per Diem Step, coal Sosh, IS. 52 3.00 Talbert, H. M Engineers Ser- wr 2.50 Martowe, iv.. team on road 5.00 Shown, Ed., surveying 2.15 Bank of Hartford, Int. 011- k rut cs 9.00 vice Daca. T. S, Per Diem 6.00 Wilson. Jno. B salary,' 1917 850.00 34.60 10.00 Same, per diem Funding Bond . ..3.00 Mitchell. J. E., hauling .1 CO 10.00 Km St. i.ni. Bridge Co., ex- C. Miller, Rob, road bed Acton Bros., Mdso. A. Houso 12.85 Shown, Golden, surveying.. 25.00 Cole, Ray, Work on graders 2 2.10 'Tlchenor. R. Lena, 5.25 Westerfleld, ajiing bridge 13S7 Boatty Henry, building gridge 20.00 Smith, Winon, per 11.33 board McKlnncy, J. C, work on gra... Cole, Ernest, samo 3.00 diem. l.iiO Anderson. Birdo W., Comth vs "Evnav 1 F . lbr i'j ; 'j Baize, N. K., Tax Supervisor, der Taylor, B. W 1 da. commitChirk. Will, hauling llil)tt.-rsi- 3.00 6 00 s L , Ppi btom. . Moso Wilson 10.00 1917 19. Hit Ohio Co. Drug Co., Acct to C. E., nails tee 3.00 Crowder. 1.00 Ambrose, J. H., lumber KaiUts, Iran Works it .Mgt Co 30.25 Bounett, J. C, samo 29. OS Combs, Wm., repaliing grader date 19.50 Same, per diem 3.00 3.00 Same, lumbor & nulls ra.wn .Jli 00 Barnes, It. II., same 14.90 19.50 Tlchenor, R. C, 1 da. Com.. 5.00 Cooper, Fred, conveying Fis3.00 Park, Dr. A. D., Post Mortem I0 Allen, Frank, lock wall J5Ul)rie Bros, ro . i i r: ij j.ill 12.60 Blankunship, W. C, same . . . 19.50 Samo, .per diem 6.25 cal Court 3.00 Park, T. C, lumbor & nails ;; 00 3.00 Alexander, H. C, surveying . 25.00 Hjunuta. Willi", lum'.er . . Same, cost Beaver Dam road Dean, W. S.. Com. 3 da Wedding, H. A., lumber 32.00 Powers, Leslie, work on grad9.00 Acton Bros., Mdso. for Alms SIurtttdM Jtepuhlir.Ui, Adv case 16 45 Blankenshlp, W. C, clerk serer 5.50 iiino. Per Diem 1 00 W.'MMk. Jobn. I.'.l .r oil r i.u' . . Houso 7.25 5.00 Duko, E. P., nails vices Same, Services as Clerk.... 132.S5 US. 06 Rlggs, Mary, sills 1.75 AdaillS. J. D. & Cn . rnn.ilrlnir . 'jsb Hne.l,'V Dender, ov laud . . 5 iu Same, Por Diem 10.00 Dean, W. S., lodging iic 6.00 Samo, road bed 3.00 Same, per diem 2.75 gradors J?i)tif.' V coal 2.79 167C.24 Ford, Joe, lumber 6.50 Riley. Dr. A. B.,- holding InBrown, II. L., hauling grader 10.00 Bennett, S. E., livery 41.86 Austin, Hiirrlson, constructing C. O., Treasuror, Salquest 6.00 Fulkerson, S. L- - Com. 2 da 3.50 Bennett, S. F livery 5.20 Benuott, D. S., hauling COO ary. 1917 brldKo 200.00 G2.00 .50 Renfrow & Co., nails 1.15 Fulkeison, S. L., Per Diem .. 3.00 Bartlott, Dudley, 2 meals... 3.00 Bradley & Gilbert Co., Elec- Umr, J '.' , iiidse Ct. Houso. . 3. SO Cooper, Frank, road com'r.. 7.00 Rains, L., hauling Dean, W..S.. Per Diem 2.00 Gray, Tom, sills &c 3.00 Benton, Ray, building bridge 13.70 Hon Supplies 55.17 JMxvn. f! M . Coium'r road 1.52 Gillespie, R. II., work 3.00 Boswell, Alex, road bed... 20.00 Renfrow & Dean, lumber . . . 40.45 Bradloy & Gllbort Co.. bindgmtit. 3.00 Fulkerson, S. L., Per Diom . S.50 Rice, B. F . Com. 4 da. . . . 12.00 Harrison, Cullle, work on Some, cash paid out 1.00 fralfr. C A.. M"t ing Assessors books 17.50 KMt.X D., Service Co. Atty. US. 05 Hocker, John, com't. II. Dam grader Chauuiilor, Adam, road drag 2.40 Samo, Per Diem 6.00 2.00 Same. Books 16.66 Of flee rent 19.25 C.50 Stum, II. II., hnullng 12.00 Humphrey, W. II., hauling &c 3.00 Cook, Mack, hauling road caso 8.75 Barnes. Dee. lumbar &c. S50.00 9.75 43wn. iilary, 1917 Cundltf, Mrs. A. L., board.. 9.70 Stevens, George, labro 3.00 Howard, Bud, lumber 8.00 Beavor Dam Tin Shcn. cutting Kimis 1. K O , cost road case .50 J.imcs, Henry, board O. & II. Stevens, Clnrenco, labor 2.25 Hub Clothing Co., Mdso Alms 2.00 Casebler, W. A., filling mud road pipe Kmmvt. 5 O . cost J. O. Mc- 5.00 House 2.00 Stovons, Hubort, labor .... hole 1.50 19.55 Brown. Oliver, work on 9.00 Kirk, A. ., Atty. feo Heaver &u.ip.v K. case 9.75 Harroll, Chas., lumbor 3.00 j Smith, Charlie, Services A. 2.50 Cumplleld, G. W., lumber. . . . Dam road cubu 4.10 BllZlllth. PltlVtfin limttf.i road 3.10 II... Ktrk A. O , Atty fee road caso 1.50 2.G Dean, W. S., freight House keeper 20S.G1 Howard. E. M., repairing brdg Kiiliol, labor on road 3.75 Keown, S. O.. S. O. C. cost B. "OOiBell.JefrTlmnberV::; 36.00 6.00 Snodgrass, Jesse, road bed . . 5.00 iiocKer, w. w naming Dam road rase 2.00 Same, Pur Diem u,OU Kmtw Ttittilitii v; ilia id. nails &c... 5.25 Late 3.25 Samo, 2 days Com 4.00 jllcavrin & Martin, Atty feo. . 50.00 Bennett. II. It., 6.00 Stewart, James, hauling &c . . 6.00 Keown, C. P., Tax Supervisor, LmOi S W . Per Diom Flooring for Cinllnt' ,, IU.III U(.ll 20.00 Hartford Mill Co. repairs Co. 4.00 UIIMIUj, If. Wr , v.xi.l liml 1917 19.50 Dawson, Bunk, hnullng bridge rteOl. M' P , Cuuh peld Gil- 7.00 LIgon. V. P., surveyor II. & O. 4.80 Jail Davis, N. B., team work 33.00 Smith, Winson, cash pd, re5.65 Bellamy, Ben. lumbor &c ian WHia'n.s 5.00 pairing 5.00 King, S. L nulls 28.00 Duko, Edward, 3 da. work on road 2.50 11011, h. v flooring 35.26 ttliaJk. ;i'i ,ti road 6.00 Kinkndo, W. E., work on road 3.75 Samo, Per Dlein 3.00 3.00 Dell, Charles, same Loach. S. W., Por Diem 129.05 iiiuns; dialing prisonurs 25 00 Elgin, Virgil, same 6.00 Leach, Dudloy, building brdg. 12.00 Dennett, L. P.. 4.50 Same, Com. 2 da 1.00 Mllllgan, H. J.. Tax SuperviJWwIftkth C W.. mills 0 00 lumber &c Leach, S. W., Por Diom . . . 2,50 Stewart, J. II., Burial clothes sor, 1917 19.50 Kskridge, Douley, road drag 3.00 names, J. Glcon, convoying Mmwmk Jk K of P., rent on R. Pharrls Fetter, Geo. F. & Co., Profllo 5.15 Leach, Janios, lumber Pucklnpaugh, A. M., moving 15.50 75.00 pilsoners AMry 3.00 1.60 pap?r 18.14 Miller, Prlco, hauling grader 2.00 Drown, C. P., hauling c, 1,1,1, Ui.i. K II.,mum on 011 road 1.75 Bunder, Tom, Com'r. 11. Hum 2.50 F.irrU, Mai ion, work on road 15.75 Shepherd, J. T lumber ii,.,.i.nn road 6.00 Mngnn, John. wk. on grador. .,111, .11, mil HIIMUUI 3.00 Drown, John, work on tilo . .. 10 0i 74arftA L. road... 1.50 hauling 7.00 77.35 Maddox, C. T making road 3.00 Frymlre, Randolph, samu . . 15.00 Sharp, C. W., lumbor road caso 46.00 Doono & Park, fjiwe. W U., lumbur 8.00 (lriika 6.00 6.00 Funis, I. S., team & labor. . . 25.50 Shown, Ed Por Diom Klcu, II. F.. com. 2 da 3.00 Donnott, S. 11.. work on road 10- MifduAL L. Poll tax lumbor 3.40 Thomas Bros., Acct. to date T. II., repairing 2.05 Mosoloy, E. K., nails 3.00 Frymlro, 1.00 Dartlett, 1.50 Same, Per Diem 1. B., repairing luidgo 21.30 Mldklff, W. P., sorvlces us 29.50 Taylor, L. J lumbor &c 6.00 Stevens W. F. painting bridge rldgo aikttjil. W P . Salary. 1917. 600.00 G.50 Taylor, Wnyno, hauling 1.00 Jailer 184.35 ion. s. w., mmbor Shown, Ed., work 011 road . . 21.00 G list rap Sandford, work on ;MHtitry, J S , Com'r road 37.38 65 Trogdon, L.. hauling Ac,... road 3.75 luniiiiiiii, k, u Doa ni 3.00 30.00 Dalrd, II. A., woik on 4.50 Same, Per Diom Kxmm mm n '11...1. n, t 1.50 road . 8.75 Glenn, Howard, samo 11.25 Taylor, Theodoio, work on ilin,, 1. l., IlllllllUr MC 23.25 Donnott. 8. E.. loading pipe McCmucJI, Chtu tttuui on road 12.00 Shown, Uoldon, Work on road 2.00 hrldgo 3.75 Rice. E. F., work on bridge 6.00 Glenn, J. S., house, runt.... 15.00 5.00 DlnnkeitBhlp, w. C, 3.50 Smith, Wlnsou, 2 da. com.., un road Jiuuuc, liHiilluK Services 10.00 Renfrow, A. It., conveying 3.00 (lurino Mfg. Co., disinfect . . . 42.13 Tnylor. J. W., lumber Samo. Por Diem Clerk, Imiu X. C, Cluiult .Mu- 'ork Judgo &c Tulbert, M. II., Engineering.. 443.51 19.76 40.00 llnitford Ropubllcuu, binding 5.00 Kiimlufur. J. F.. road bud Add. CM 6.00 Tax books 32.50 Taylor, B. W., Com. 6 da. . . . 18.00 Ithuads, James, work on road 3.00 ouuio, ror mom 39.25 Taylor, W. B., work on road . , 15.00 .. C Drown, Joe. lumbor II. V.. I'niii. ,lti Sum 0, holding inquest 21.10 6.00 111. ruMulllug Hoovor, F. M.. dyuamitu 2.67 j Martin, 3.00 6.00 Walkor, 9Uw I AH. Iimunit Drowdor. W. W.. Promluni Samo, Per Diom 6.00 Sumo, Por Diem 4.00 Humphroy, W. II., work &c 3.00 Krututf 126.00 (torn. Jatory. 101T Agriculture Club on ronad .. 10.00 3.00 Sharp, Sum, lumbor 18.50 Tlrhouor. It. C , Com, 1 da . . 2.37 DurgoHH, 2,00 Ward. Ktltllo. (bourd) II. ii. B lii r L. II . (SMu'r nwtl ciw oils, road bod Hume, Por Diom Hlnnott, Frank, work on road. Clothing Co., Mdw Alms 6.00 3.00 (). road .75 Hub 8.75 Ilnnlc 0.0(1 . Itr Dtom mtf. . BI r torn of Hartford. Claim Olllo, slodgo 1.00 Kuhrondor, Itobt. II., IiuuIIiik llimne 17.25 WiUou. 12.32 S.0O AudurHou, Mrs. lkiidiu. hIuihik MM-4t Iluriford Itepubllcuu I VUUmi, A. N, lbr. & labor. Huttoir, John, coul 28.00 213.35 J..S5 Sumo, wime for Co. Jul 11.00 3.60 raphlc work ftlfc CkM-- . SwvUmm u A. Carnon. J. II. 11 . 1.v...vi.. -S.00 Smith Wilbur, work 011 bridge . 00 Joliiuou. Ituruuy, lumlmr ,. 5.32 Williams. J. C, pauper coffin 3.00 Jiirv 72.00 Aiulln. Ilnbur. IiuuIIiik " IWk tMtjW umn Sam 11. lumbor 1.00 A. I)., PiMtiiKu &o 2.00 .Smith. Thomas L., kills 9.60 2.10 iCiiiiibron. C. M.. ,,"'. Ilullaiuy. J. A., hauling gruiUr IS. 00 Kirk. r roM W. F.. iiniu 1.00 49.90 j Smith, Wllllo A., reporting 3lU,0l Wadding. Thulium, lumber . . &tm, offlco ruin .on HlaMkiiHtili. W C. mil J. L. Wright. L. T . lumliur evidence 20.97 2.50 46.C0 Kwiwii, S. O., Sun low u S. Mlllui It. euo 4. SO ' tl.teiiHi U7 50 WoMerfMd. J. M., lumber. . . 7.0P ,. 6.76 Ho,m. mime 3.00 Hurtl"' W'ur. work on roiuJ 1 60 wk. WMMv. MfMttMK vt- - (SCO igaiiM. purT ilium. vlmver mad, 6.00 I.nyd. T. I... lumbrtr OarjouOo.. MtUo. for Aim WlllluiimJ. I), lubor & rupalni 29.rt8 Smith. Churllo. Service u A. II tlMtmulii. Uon 45. OT 3 01 I.Ihuii. V I'. 2 ilu. ttxtr uk llniitu 5.56 t OH WnUeron. Itnndull, work . . 3 on 8111IU1, kfopor ItftHU ri W N KUt-Ouciiiu'r j 1) uo ( Continued on 7th pace.) IIU 19 00 2 50 Alloa. Lon. 1 00 Lviuu, Ukoriit itork Win. on, Cum. 2 du . . 20 00 lluntoii, T II wltuuw. umv JV inancial Statement of Ohio County. aa,,: i.. m. ...: :. ...... I .,...., .."... .... .... HU' i,, ii, IJ, I.h -- fr. if Ask Any Doughboy Who C. ne-it. Was "Over There" .... .... far-sighl- ed !,, .... .... .... . 'S taE? V A: 1 ... te advertisement apubliJicd by .the $JASodatioti ofSlatiiDcw xeadlvetL 4 w$mmmmmm&gmmmmgMBBm$ , .... .... .... .... nur-illnn- i .... ... 11 .... .... ... or, Mr4. - .... .... .... Sw. v KJtu. .... T .t .... .... ... .... ,!, txi ....... .... ...... .... .... 1 ftt. .i .... ... .... .:::.:: Birrhu, .... ... .... 1 .... im. an" .... i ,..., FARM DEPARTMENT. SlocliM of Old Coin Considerably Ri ilurril. Tho stocks of old corn on farms November 1 is ostimatud nt 72.2G.V 000 bushels, which In 2.8 per cent of tho lijlS crop. Tlio corrospondliiK figure a yenr jiku was 114,078,000 bushels, nnil the nvorngo of the preceding five years wns S7.277,-00- 0 bushels.. Km-uiln- with In tter profit. The plana can be obtained free on request. C" .Should lie Qum-nutinci- h- - V!:W: :i Jinny physicians bollovo that anyone who bus n bnil cold should bo eb--w&KVo.r.?1completely isolated to prevent other members of the family and associates from contracting tho disease, ns colds i i are nliout as catching ns measles. I rl One thing sure tho sooner ono rids ScIkioN h Ktiro.. dnnger, SomotliiM; of tlii character of re- himself of a cold the less tho te and you will look a good whllo before It I'olni on in agriconstruction wm medicine thnti cultural district 'if Italy cnn lm sain- you find a butter Remedy to nld CliHinlierluln's Cough ed fro'i: data recently compiled by you In curing a cold. in In. Camels are offered yovi as a 'cigarette entirely tho State, isolation- - Service ot the 4 to out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness a o Department of l.'nllcd I'ltllXCM AIRMAN MAKI1S I'KMIXINi: WKAPON. luprnn'. concerning tli-never before attained. To best realize their qual- - wiM KI'KKR OK iilid MILKS of Hint country zigarette in "Do you supposo tho suffragists According to tho Intent stntlstlcs tlu Paris, Dec. 1G A burst of speed of will "knlfo" any of our party lcadors i.irmers f linly hnvj Iml th" 'unrflt approximately 220 miles nn hour was when they got the "ballot?" asked tho of Instnnilon from 278 nBrloulturnl :will scored by Saill Lccolntc, tho noted politician. professors who travel through the Kronen avlntor, In an officially tim" 'Knife,' sir?" replied Mr. win you at once it is j:o new and unusual. That's couijAy giving short courses, which ed airplane test today. Lecolnte, who "1 hardly think so, but ,i,j what' Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and aro both theoretical nnd practical in holds the Kreuch record for height i,i' i,.i,n,i "iii.. n,.'ii,i ,i several belligerent ladies say li'l'n. Ml,."!,1', '. The cost of this work is choice Domestic tobacco gives you! You'll prefer character. i' ,!! and broko tho Kronen speed record : they had hatpins out for certain approximately $400 000 .t yenr. This this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! last September, covered tho dlstanco .statesmen who opposo tho ratification expense la shared by tho State. of a kilometer In today's test at nn av- - of tho suffrage amendment." i province, and some local nrgnnlznti-t'As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of !',,','! ill'1 IlliwWir M erago speed of 307.225 kilometers Thirty-engof theso Itlnernnt pro- - (about 100 miles) an hour, while KXKCUTK MAN WHO any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any un,1 iWl", 'If," I'll! in kiicIi subjectsjjs during somo fcsorn CAUSKI) CZAR'S DKATII .seconds of his flight ho pleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted ii1 raising. reached a speed of 3G4.5 kilometers making, silkworm cheese w) P1J to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally mulberry culture, viticulture, fruit (22G miles) an hour, or nhout 3 4 Copenhagen, Dec 20 Tho Soviet w.mi 'Ml Li" :it"l;.l VP 'I'll and paint diseases. Since miles a minute. taste! culture, without tiring authorities in Russia havo punished tho close of Iho wnr many couw-- s by death the individual held imTake Camels at any angle they surely supply ill have been conducted In farm HffllliWiS !'" " Heartburn Is a symptom of Indi- mediately responsible for tho execucigarette contentment beyond anything you ever to Instruct fnii'i laborers in tho gestion. Tako a dose of Hcrblno in tion of former Emperor Nicholas and 1.1 use anil repair of farm machinery. such cases. The pain disappears experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! his family at Yekaterinburg In June. s?y "ii ww3ftB. Cour.'cs In farm bookkeeping for Tho bowels operate speedi- 1918, when tho Czecho-Slova- k troops You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. young men and women have also been ly and you feel fine, vigorous and wero approaching the city, wher.e tho You'll prefer Camels quality! contemplated. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio imperial prisoners wero then being cheerful. m held prisoner, according to a disCounty Drug Co. Ton of Ituilcr a Minute. o patch to the Polltlken, from Kovno ' Camels are sold everywhere in sciertificaUy tested pack Tho butter Industry of the United BUBONIC I'liAtiUK IIKHAKS today. cCem of 20 c garetlea or fen packages (200 cigarettes) in a lill'.l'l OCX IN TURKISH CAI'ITATj carton. We strongly recommend Stntes Is so largo that more than a A messago quotes the Bolshevik W il J.," this carton for the heme or office supply or whenjou travel ton of butter was inado for every mln- 'I, V'.k.. newspaper Pravada of Moscow as au' ''"ii, 'HVi Geneva, Dec. 20, Reports of nn thority for this statement. N. C. uto, day nnd night, Inst yenr, accordR. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salehry mm BW 'i1 'I n mf specialists of the United outbreak of the bubonic plague at ing to dnlry v "! Ui f kl nit Tho Pravada's account states .that ,'in w iilill. of Agriculture. iConstlnoplo nro confirmed In a States Department M. Jachontolf, a member of tho Yekaproduction received hero today at the or- terinburg Soviet, has been condemn- Yet even this enormous i.i,,', " iiraraiu'J "i'lA"'"!!'!!! 'illlilllilMMl.liTllil'i ifices of tho International Red Cross icd scarcely meets domestic needs. to death and executed at Perm The telegram said the for ordering the execution. The output of factory butter has organization. increased approximately 200,000,000 'disease was spreading In the poorer poles to a stone; thence W. 10G poles pounds each 10 yonrs since 1SS0. districts of the Turkish capital, and to a beech on the bank of Pond Run reached Its max-lmu- that in sumo instances it had invaded Kami butter-makin- g Creek; thence N. with the original FOR FLETCHER'S European quarters. production about lltno. The the line to a stone in Isaac Brown's ' present trend indlcntes that It will fence; thence with Brown's fence to Wheezing in the lung? indicates facbecome a less and less Important the beginning, containing 111 acres, tor In tho nation's butter in tho that phlegm Is obstructing the air HI Mi MAKES GOLD NOTES Excepting all mines, passages. Mallard's Horebound SyUnited States shows a nioro rapid LKGAL TENDER FOR DEBTS more or less. veins and seams of coal and other general upward arend than is ob- rup loosens tho phlegm so that It can served In any foreign country from be coughed up and ejected. Price 2G,c "Washington, Dec. 20 Without de- minerals underlying s id lands and Tears Ago, TLinking She Might Die, Sas Texas Lad, Bu3 Ift-rg- r which dependable butter figures have 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by bate, the Senate today passed and all rights and privileges conveyed to Six Taylor Coal Company by deed of date hi sent to County Drug Co. Tho number of such Ohio been obtained. a bill making gold She It a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui Few, a however, is relatively countries, certificates legal tender in payment August 26, 1902, and of record In Her Recovery. Deed Book 27, page 90, Ohio County small. Production of renovated but- TRANSYLVANIA CAMITS of debts and dues. Passage of tho COVERS TEN ACRES measuro was urged by Secretary Court Clerk's Office. ter in the United Stntes is declining. Levied upon as the property of E. farm This condition of Glass. Royse City, Ter. Mrs. Mary the better. That was six yearn x&? A. .Davenport, Defendant herein, The Campus of Transylvania Colbutter, the chief product from which says; "After the and I am still hero and am a "wt&L, of this place, October 2S, 1919. lege at Lexington covers ten acres ot UNIVERSITY OK KENTUCKY renovated butter Is made. Given under my hand this the loth hlrth of ray little girl... my stdo com- strong woman; and I owe-- xajr 31J o land In tho heart ot the city. The l'ROKESSORS ORGANIZE day of December, 1919. Cardui. I had only takes. hoH2 tS When you start out to make peace Collcgo is just across the street from menced to hurt me. I had to go back S. A. BRATCHER, bottle .when I began to feol "totias. In a neighborhood quarrel, bo sure to the Carnegie Library, and students Lexington, Ky., Dec. 20 Profesto bed. We called the doctor. Ho Sheriff Ohio County. ' keep pretty well to ono side. There therefore, are close to that Instltu sors of tho University of Kentucky Tho misery in my side- got leiw. !S aro times whon It Is dangerous to Hon as well as having the advantage said today they had formed a chaptreated me. ..but I got no better. I continued right on taking, tho- - CKtat Splendid Coiif-l- i Reined. of the raro old library of Transylva- ter of tho American Association ot step between disputants. got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken three bottles xoJ& 3 "As I feel that every family should nia, which has attracted the atten- University Professors, "devoted to tho country over.. medicine was unbearable.,. I was In bed for did not need any more for I wrns w,f52 protection of interests ot its mem- know what a splendid Hotter get along without a new tion of scholars , tm 2 bers," They say It will not affiliate Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is, I three months and suffered such apony and never felt better In my lift-..suit than without some now books Sickly children need White's Cream am only too pleased to relate my exhave never had any trouble fcrcoa liaafc with the American reiteration of Laand magazines for winter reading. Vermifuge. It not only destroys perience and only wish that I had that I was just drawn up in a knot... day to this." bor. ' worms, If there be any, but it nets as nrrn ' tronvn rf ltd me I told my husband if he would get Do you suffer from headiicSe, &ci 1'iovlilo Redding Kor The Stuck. a strengthening tonic in tho stomach Tho Transvaal prohibits tho sale of writes Jlrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson, Sta- me a bottle of Cardui I would try It. . . ache, pains in sides, or other (&.')-fort- s, Just now every ono who keeps liv and bowels. Price 30c per bottle. tion, Mo. "I give it to my children liquors to colored people. stock through tho winter should lay Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m each month? Or do. 70a e3 when they show tho slightest symp- I commenced taking it, however, that m up in store a good supply ot material toms of being croupy, and when I evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-out?- Ksa, Do You Enjoy Your Meals. to bo used ns bedding in tho stalls .MOVE ENTIRE TOWN TO have a cough or cold on tho lungs a , me... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, the woman's to where animnls aro to bo kept. MINES PERMIT WORKING If you do not enjoy your meals very fow dose3 will relieve me, and by many days unless I bad a chongo for trial 2. 21 indeed is tho farmer who has your digestion is faulty. Eat mod- taking it for a few days I soon get a quantity of wheat, rye, or oats Dec. 20 Hlb-blnMinneapolis, Minn., m erately, especially df meats, masti- rid of tho cold." OiHk.lWMfc straw, as any ono of theso makes exand penalty 34 cents making a total Minn., Is going to movo again. cate your food thoroughly. e Let flvo cellent bedding for llvo stock. sum of $1.00 for and barrel," of ?G.04and tho The ontlro town 'stock TAX SALE NOTICE. I find that thoro nro a good many will shortly change. Its placo on the hours clapso between meals and tako tho advertisement of same, making imono of Chamberlain's Tablets farmers who do not havo straw of any map. a total ot $7.09. mediately after supper and you will As tax collector for tho town of kind, and whero this is tho case a Valuable Iron oro deposits havo soon find your meals to bo a real Contertown, Ky., I will offer for sale, I And levied on as abovo sot out for DENTAL SURGEJEX' good supply of forest leaves, which been discovered' under Hlbblng, so tho year 1918, for tho sum of $4.50 m for cash, at tho court house door In aro a very good substitute for straw, Hlbblng will bo moved In order that pleasure. 'X and penalty for tho sum of 27 cents, Centertown, Ky Hartford, Ohio county, Ky on tho and tho further sum of $1.00 for the should bo gathered boforo tho late tho oro may bo mined. SHERIKK'S SALE. Gth day of January 1920, at about fall rains or heavy snows come, nnd advertisement, making a total of It will bo tho second tlmo Hlbblng tho hour of ono o'clock p. m., the placed under cover In somo place hns moved. Sovoral years ago ore Offices over Morton's Tirag j$5.77. cor-tafollowing described property: A Ohio Circuit Court. convenient to tho barn. And also levied on as abovo set out was located under tho town and it V. Store. Call Cumb. Phono IK. parcel ot land, lying and being O. Harrel &c. Plaintiffs. Any ono of theso materials will ab- wns moved a half mile. for tho year 1919, for tho sum of vs. Salo notice. located in tho incorporated town of $4.20, nnd penalty for tho sum ot 25 sorb tho liquid manure, which Is tho Hut Hlbblng, nt that, will not havo Contertown, Ohio county, Ky., nnd cents nnd tho sum of $1.00 for the most valuable portion, nnd Increnso tho record for moving. Eveleth, a E. A. Davenport, Defendant. Beginning at ' By vlrtuo of a judgment of tho bounded as follows: supply of manure A decided dif- town of 10,000 nearby, has been tho advertisement thereof for sale, makference will bo noticed lu tho health moved throo times within tho past Ohio Circuit Court rendered at its B. Ci Warden's corner In tho side of ng a total of $5.45. April 1919 term and execu- tho road, thence South 4SV6 Poles s. and general nppenrnnco of tho twenty years to permit the working of special Tho total sum of all tho taxes as tion No. 1102 Issued therein from tho to a stono in Robert Rowo's lino, abovo set out against said abovo Resides, it will add to tho oro mines found under tho placo. on tho thence West 224 Poles with Robert ohio Circuit Ciork's office a. ploasuro and comfort ot tjioso who property being Thlrty-on- o dollars and FOR SALE Surgeons agreo that in cases of 3rd day ot October, 1919, I will of- Rowo's line to two whlto oaks and fifty-thre- e cents ($31.53), I will oftend tho stock. Too many farmers cor-ndoor wado about in stalls throughout tho cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho fer for salo nt the Court Houso Jamf-uar- y two black oaks, Robert Rowo's fer for salo at public auction at tho in Georgo Howe's lino, thence Court Houso door in Hartford, Ohio winter that aro litornlly a bcu of slop first treatment Is most important. In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, 1 o'clock P. M,. North 47 Poles to a stono in tho side G, 1920, at about and mud, when Just a fow hours woilt When nn efficient unUsoptlc Is apcounty, Ky., on January tho Gth 1920 would provido boddlng sufficient to plied promptly, thero Is no danger of nt pabllc outcry, to tho highest and of tho road, thonco North 87 degrees at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m., Infection nnd tho wound begins to best bidder, upon a credit of throo East 23 Poles to tho beginning con- said date being tho first Monday and keep hom In good condition. re- taining ono aero more or less, being being Somo ono has said thnt tho oyo ot hcnl at once. Kor uso on man or months, tho purchaser County Court day, the abovo set out , hl3 cnttlo. Well, boast, Horozono is tho ideal nntlsoptic quired to execute bond with npprov-- tho samo land conveyed to A. B. nnd described property for cash, for tho master fattens on tho 10th nnd good; but lot mo add that I be- and hoaling agent. Buy It now and ed security, tho following described Rowo by G. F. Chapman tho purposo of paying said debt, penPrlco renl estate, or so much thereof as may day of January 1903, and recorded alties and costs. a mutter of tho bo ready for nn omorgency. lieve ihn it is larfolv Bred Gilts and young Pigs. This 8th day of December 1919. lieurt. Let us bo human in our treat- 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $l.G"0.Sold by bo necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs in tho Ohio County 35Court Clerk's C offico In Deed' Book at page 29G. in debt, ot Ono Cent and interest nt Lot us get busy nnd Ohio County Drug Company. RONE, JOHN T. Pedigree furnished. ment of stock. por cent from tho 22 day of April, Levied on as tho property ot A. B. provido for tho animals comfortablo Tax Collector of Contertown, Ky. 1919 and tho further sum ot $4O.G0 Rowo for his taxes for tho year 191S beds in wlntor, whllo wo enjoy tho SUGAR CONTROL IS LOYALL P. BENNETT EXTENDED ONE YEAR cost, togethor with tho cost ot levy, for tho sum ot $4.90 nnd ponalty 29 warmth and comfort of our own. Cliiimbcrlnln's Tablets. adadcts, total $5.19 and SI. 00 for tho collection and tho cost ot this Hartfoni; Ky. Route 7 L. I). BANRLIN, vertisement of said property fur salo Theso tablets nro Intended esWashington, Dec. 12. Tho vertisement: In Southern Agriculturist. pecially for indigestion and constipaA certain tract or parcel ot land in muklng a total of $0.19. bill, under which government And levied on as above set out for tion. They touu up tho stomach and of sugar would bo continued Ohio County, Ky., on tho waters of control 1'im Plan for Granaries. folthe year 1910 for the mini of $5.70 onnblo It lo perform its functions na- JOHN WHITE & CO. "Knogk-dowu- " or portable grana- uuotliur yuar, wns paused today by tho Pond Run Crook, and bounded as LOUISVILLE, KY. Rttgluulng at a vtono near and pouulty in the turn ot SI emits, turally. They nut gently on tho liver nnd sent to the limine. lows: ries can bo used to enio for whoat on Senate Hun-utmuklng a total ef Ifl.ta tuul $1.00 and bowels to a healthy condition. Liberal aucrtmaM Ihuuc Brown's fence; running K. with There was no rooord vote and tho farm, plan for whloli havo boon tndfull value paid fer lh wlvtrtlMtneat for esle. ok When you feel dull, stupid und KniiiiIuII uiul Oay, of Louisiana, the Hugh lino about ISO pelw U pnblNhed li the I'nllml Ktntes n trial, Yen are give thorn iT.M. stone; theme H. 9S pelea to two peel Ink total VltJHBrBMLJI the oiqiuaiilttti, nude nit Tim us who r .FURS if AgrttmlRir And Iftiai m abaro oat out for Mlolii to be iiloaotd with their l. HUtiand Bttempt to prevent n vote. Sen-al- Mka.Hud hhhU v1 uk; UiMbW W torixhouiUM often mkIiIo n( tlitao 1917 (w Uw tti in op 31 utile to a etone; thMitt K. IK too (Iny wad a briyf uddr ettttalM Iho flower to market lilt nroriuM g: position, ending tho fight of several days against tho measure. Purchase, nnd salo by tho United Hoard, both States Sugar ot foreign and domestic grown sugar, lu ... mil Iwirlvml liv flin lit..., wlilr.1i wntllfl a..... .... ...w .....v.. ......... empower, but not direct, tho President to contlnuo tlfo board until ,11, 1920, If found necessary ior ino puonc goon ami 10 secure iiur prices and equal distribution. Tho bill spcclflcnlly provides, howovor thnt producoM, refiners and distribu tors of sugar shall not be Ilconsetl ns has been the practice under tho Lovor rood control act. Under the bill tho board's control over domestic sugar would be limited to September .10, 1H20, when tho beet and cano crops in this country come (.... v: -- ." II V ". V'"i.!jk vp., : b. . . .JJ I 1 hi,, .W!."P'V'!,.' , or Kr?J- v?m( tii Cigarettes made to iiivo. yjuiu. ccioiLt;; w -- Agrl-iiiltu- ro 0i . ngrl-fiiltm.- il Dub-walt- e. I've-hear- . ,! ... I, io B.WfflW ht 3-- lii fm ,, i. ,, 'I l ,11' ,' ' your s &fr!,l ' m;ymmmMm8 mr Mms&m ' ' i 'I tele-Igra- m l fll IKirvWt ' ,' ,1' .1 lb ivxxAJm&s&Aitu rami mJ Mil Ml Hilt. til 'ii. Ufl m i rWlMllfflWffl HER m 'Children Cry CASTO R CALLED FAMILY HER TO B the-Hous- e low-quali- ty KI1-ma- - I niA-rtlt- Kor-tuna- a g, t Dr. M. M. Dexferl I ln I t s - nnt-mal- OVi! I See! or f 6. c. J V'WWAaR 1. Mc-Na- ry ur eou-ttoitf- el lJ Cur-tli- ar fr er 1 !.? " ,J1 ns to wheihir lb Minor desired to STRAY STREAKS receive a week's work of that number to work of hour, or simply (By Fluko McFluko.) thirty hour In n week and receive Published Weekly by HARTl-ORlPRINTING COMPAXY n sum therefor sufficient unto all of Incorporated his needs of both mind and bod. We We hung our sox up night beforo havo hod poopli argue .t both vaj Inst and found nothing but holes in to us. As beforo stated, thoro are n them the next A. M., so wo says to W. S. TIXSMIV, Kdltor " lot of things abdut tho Miners' strike our wife, darn thorn old sox. mid llnslncss Manager. Wo know wo know nothing about. according to lnw at the but llttlo of tho merits or demerits, Entered These Chrlstmasusses halnt what Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall ns the case may bo, of the rrcont thoy usterbc when looked at from say In theso columns second class. mattor of the strlko Wo did standpint. No, tho gift receiving wore that strikes of tint- Jurat-tonot by a Jugfull. to a disgrace to our boasted cmlizatlon all communications Address "The Hartford Republican. and form of government ?Rd we reIf Vick Berger finds tho latch peat the tan e here, as mMII very pir-so- n string hanging out for' him when ho not n lunatic. There is not only lands at the door of tho Xatlonnl NOTICE TO SUIISCRUIERS. ' Subscribers desiring the paper sent two sides to tho c6ntrovor.y perhaps house of representatives, let's change to a now address must glvo tho old but there is the third side, that "en-- i It's name. address In making tho request. yed" by tho other people. Wo do Business Locals and Notices 10c )or lino, and 6c per lino for addition' not know as to who is to blamo. Wo A headline in n paper says ''Sec do believe however, as almost all will tl Insertion. and Cards agree, that there are operators who America first" In another place it Obituaries, Resolutions of Thanks, 6c per lino, monoy In ad would pay their men only a bare says "1,400,000 gallons of whiskey to bo shipped to France." Why not vance. Church Notices for services froo, pittance, would keep them In rags seo Franco first and como back by but other advertisements, 6c por line. and tatters, subsisting i.pon coru-crus- -t America? Anonymous communications will and viter and for their product receive no attention. people pay they would mnko As we hammer our old Oliver, try-- ! treble tho sum now paid If they lng to fetch out this stuff, she makes TELEPHONES. cculd get uwiy with it, and wo as strange and harsh discords with the 123 Cumberland firmly bcllevo that there are mine-09 sweet strains of soothing music ns It . Farmers Mutual to be found who would take unto floats to us from the room just across themselves tho entire proceeds of the alley, where the big Holiday ball SI" . DECEMBER FRIDAY. their labor and extortion on tho peo- is in full sway. op ple equal to tho suggest that a good way to get erator, if they had the opportunity When a fellow has to work the day We wo believe those things. before Xmas, the day of Christmas rid of Victor Berger and the fifth But while a mo Wisconsin district would bo to amend we do not however, think for and Is still at it the day after, all, is in the ma wartime i tho peace treaty and make Germany ment that cither class under these nbominable they are a conditions Jority, on tho other hand that might havo been end- -' take It. very small minority. We further be ed by the President and that contra- -' enanywhere near the port lieve that tho operator Is getting ry U. S. Senate: had they gotten to If wo lived coal, more per-- In gether some time in the parched up Russia to which Madam Emma tirely too much for his cost of pro- past. 250 followers haps in proportion to tho No wonder Emma Coldman Goldman and the other which ever before, of the scarlet rag aro to be landed, duction than and her pals consented to leave tho tendency to show that country. a wo would at once take to the lulls' would have some one was not being paid a sum and higher ground. equal to their fair share in the busiMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ness, or else that tho fellow who was The season of the year lor good paying both operator and miner was Ohio Circuit Court. roads talk Is just about duo, but it being held up. We believe that If Ella Huff, et al., Plaintiff. looks very much .like the people of vs. Notice. Ohio'County really prefer the subway the price of coal could be reduced, Onis Westerfleld, ct al., Defendants. the price of clothing and tho oth r Pursuant to' a judgment and order to tho top, as they have repeatedly brought back to of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, envoted against paying for improved necessaries of life again, the miner and ev- tered in the above styled action, at highways, and surely no on is going earth once its November term, 1919, directing erybody else would be Immeasurably mo as commissioner to sell the herein to wish good roads upon us. We write this article on- after described real estate, for the benefitted. we have receiv- purpose of first paying the cost of the Wo wrote an article last week ly for the reason that ed several articles on the strike ques- ahove styled action and the cost of headed "The Coal Strike" but owing sale, and dividing the remainder good and some otherwise. thistho proceeds thereof among tho of to our crowded condition wo had it tion, some criticise us, even for parties entitled thereto, I will offer set aside. The article in fact bears Some of which the little we have said and doubtless for sale at public outcry to the highbut little if any on tho strike, est and best bidder at tho Court subHottse door in Hartford, Kentucky, on as we acknowledge, we know If we had never mentioned the we would havo been criticised Monday, January 6, 1920, ( it being so little about the conditions and dif- ject same, for all of which we do the first day of tho regular term of We merely wished to state just the ferences. not especially care, except we do not the Ohio County Court) at about tho our position with reference as to who hour of one o'clock P. M., upon a We am rurirlng wish to be understood as taking sides credit ot six and twelve months, tho is right or wrong. with, or for anyone in the matter. following described real estate situthe aitlcle this week which will in a warm personal friends ate and being in Ohio County, Ky., measure, explain to those who have We have soive among the miners and if we did not and bounded a3 follows: 77 E. 3C poles to a stako on til n sent In articles upon the strike imes-tloFirst tract. Beginning at a stake a single ono of them we cer- S. E. corner 10 tho original survey on nforesaid road; thence N 14 E. with as to why their articles have not know links to road, 13 poles and tainly should never think of doing north side of V hitesville and Bell's said beginning, containing 15 acres. 4 tho appeared. any an injury. Again referring to tbe Run road; thence N. 14 E. 63 poles to J. L. WesBeing samo allotted communications, we are forced to de- and S.10 links to n stake on said terfleld as a homestead. Attorney General Palmer anroad; thence N. 75 W. 94 poles and Theso tracts will be sold separately. cline all for publication, they come 15 links to a stake in Frank Wester- nounces,- as he has repeatedly been Tracts Nos. 1 and 2 will be sold wo can't possibly handle field's lino; thenco S. 13 V W. C3 as a whole and outright. Tract No. doing, that the high cost of living is too thick, them on account of lack of space, and poles to a stake in W. boundary lino 3 will bo sold subject to the homo now under control. About which original survey; thenco .S. 75 E. stead of Rebecca Westerfleld. If we had tho space, wo can't afford of there is no doubt or contention, but to have a continuous argument, or 94 poles and 15 links to the beginTho purchaser will bo required to ning, containing 40,44 acres, being execute bonds immediately after sale, tho trouble Is, it is under control of discussion through our columns by same allotted to the heirs of L. O. with scurlty to bo approved by tho tho fellow who sells. Such silly state- every person who may wish to air his Westerfleld. commissioner, In equal Installments ought to be prohibited, or givments Second tract: Beginning at a duo In six and twelve months, bear' views. stone, W. A. Russelberg's S. E. cor- lng interest at tho rate of C per cent en to some insane asylum, as every ner, it being the N. E. corner of th-- per annum from date until paidand one absolutely knows better. Only original tract on Whitesvillo and to havo the force and effect of a IX .MEMORY. last month all reports showed that Bell's Run road: thence N. 77 W. 29 judgment. A lien will be retained on of living had materially ad poles and 12 links to a stake; thence tho land sold as additional security. the cost N. 13 E. 50 feet to a stake; tueuco Of Marian Altha Leach, wife of vanced, in fact everything, except the Given under my hand this tho ISth 77 W. 50 ydfa. to a stake; farmer's hogs and cattle is climbing Jasper N. Leach, who departed this N. 13 W. 50 Rot to a stake; thenco day of December. 1919. S. thence OTTO C. MARTIN, life Nov. 2S, 1919 at the age of 5C N. ,77 W.'5(i poles and 19 links to a still hlghor. Master Commissioner O. C. C. years, 2 months and 27 days. Russelberg's S. W. corstake, W. A. Woodwnrd & Kirk, M. L. Heavrln W. 54 poles to Attorneys. She was sick only a few days, but ner; thence S. 13 It is with much pleasuro that wo a stako; thenco S. 75 E. 94 pole."; and a note that Governor Morrow and all all that willing' hands could do, was 15 links to a stako on the aforesaid FARM FOR SALE. of the newly elected State Officers done to keep her a llttlo longer, but road; thence N. 14 E with said road y meetings for God, who knows best, needed her for 31 uolc3 and 9 links to tho beginning, aro to hold My farm of 70 acres at Horse containing 2G acres. , tho purpose of discussing together His Celestial band. Bt lng samo allotted to tho helm ot Branch, Ivy., about 45 acres In woods, She was a loving wife, a kind J. L. Westerfleld. to the those things that appear to be omalnder in high state of cultivation. best Interest of the general public and mother, and a friend to everyone. She Third tract: Beginning at a stonp, system leaves a dutiful husband, ono brother, W. A. Russelberg's S. E. corner, It be- Fine young orchard, now house and Kentucky In particular. That other buildings; a real bargain. Im if strictly adhered to, will do more ono daughter, flvo sons and a host of ing the N.K. corner of original tract on and friends to mourn her Whitesvillo and Boll's Run road, mediate possession. Also ono extra relatives for the good of tho State, nnd thenco N. 77 W. 29 poles and 12 links large bay mule, v Party, loss. for tho Republican to a stake; thence N. 13 E. 50 feet V. M. CROWDER, To us, sho was tho truest, noblest to a stake; thenco N. 77 W. 50 yds. than anything possible to think of. 1215 Walnut St., No man who follows the advice of, and best woman on earth, because to a stako thenco S. 13 W. lu poles Owensboro, Ky, sho was our mother and her death and 19 links to n stake; thence S 24t3 or is guided by the opinion of a body of men such as has been recently and eternal absence from homo reelected to tho various state offices is moves tho greatest charm that we likely to go very far wrong In the havo ever entertained and the little dischargo of his official duties. But tomb, which marks her final resting place, will over remain tho saddest on tho other hand, thoir acts generally, nro most certain to meet with tho mound in all this world. She lived a tnombor of Green River approval of an overwhelming majority within tho State, regardless of Baptist church for soveral years, hav 4 politics. On that goal should thoir ing joined when a young girl. thoughts bo centered during tho comOh dear mother, how wo miss you, ing four years. New of Liquid It was hard to say good-bwo hopo to greet you, mother. Yet Blood Builds THE COAL .STRIKE. In that home boyoml tho sky. "Wo havo said but little with rofer-enc- o Hollows Fills to tho coal ttrlke which has been A precious ono from us has gone; temporarily tetld, buttled In such a A volco wu lovo Is still; Appearances count for a lot In this flesh becomes firm nnd healthy, that wanner that the mujority of tho inln-ur- A place Is vacant In our homo, world, and if you are thin and even within so short a spaco ns a wa tak It. havo roturned to work', scrawny nnd "below weight," you singlo month, n becoming plumpness Which never can ho filled. nnd soft curved lines of beauty huvo can't help but feel sensitive and at leant thut U the ruport. Wo did of your neighbor who is plump replaced angles and scrnwniness. cpouk lu a rather jocular mnniior, Weep not that her tolls aro over, And with this increased weight and sturdy and who looks well nourperhaps critically of tho proportion ished. comes a better appetite, rnoro Weep not that hur ruco Is run, But thoro In unother side thin peosleep nnd a marked increase of the nix hour day uiul flvo day God grant wu may tost as calmly, ple aro usually nick iwoirto. Tho food In vigor in every way. weuk and wu du nut belluvo that one When our work, llku burn, 1h done. they oat dim not glvo them the prop Thin peoplo can tnko Acid Iron wan out of twoMty would Indorse (ho er nuurUhrwnt-or wrhaps thoy Mineral U improve their nppearnnce, ONK OK TUB CHILDREN. that hlwi of a wan working only d aro oxtrotiutly twrvouH. Tho blood and they will ilnd their hculth a ti dons not hum Htiwoi'th and norvo at tho Bamo time, i'hysicians htHHth f tlw HMtl optwt other uml daaii m it diw (a tho normal ay that this power to build new (Mltlt OK TIMXKri. to iwy for tkaiimdiiaU t his lull tiiMues and firm Hash Is duo to tho jraua. ha hhiI his to g wMtalNil tt uxtriuirdinMry attraction tho blood It la ft if marksbi. ehiureUrkitic Wa wla)i t attlMul our kaartfai' of AaU lnu Mineral- - the iww rwu lias' for thu particular combmution tatftMl' lM ttM H4l!ut! Ota Anmu-Immui iron. urolfam f IuMm 4 J' kanaafcaM altMwi tkaka Ut mm I&mI frUNUis wW aa DfuiMrUt rfuml tho purchaw Tain p"ti. via Mftt laafc butular. toUMMir MMi lav MtrDwr Tfca avara AwrtraN fca tMMMl M k tmi after a aWftuiMi taat priM If you fntl tu ipt thu rtwlt yog IIW farmar. Mra. U. B. MMMar. m taxUlda lb MJ Sm WltM lUUnj wit, tU ttaa aaak rttauat Ma aa4 wMtk. May M tauMtoaj thai lay (WHO COUNTY UlUJQ '". liywriHirHluili lllirlfpu, KV pat waafc. "life ! IM WCMtattt flWMftflf HThc Hartford Republican -- J 3. IV vl-dte- ) The Holidays ARE WITH US! Christmas, the day of good cheer; New Year's, the day of good resolutions. We wish our patrons "A Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year." This wish comes from the warmest corner of our hearts, as we fully realize that our efforts to please our rapidly increasing patrons has been fully appreciated. So start the new year right by laying something by. Open an account with us. V 1 r i te above-mentione- d I ! BANK OF HARTFORD, HartfordjKy. iwEszssaam f To Our Customers This is a busy old world and in the stress of our business affairs we sometimes forget to speak the word of appreciation and gratitude that is in our hearts. Here it is, now, to you : Just a little word of thanks for the business you have given us and for the cheerful extended. During 1919, prosperity has been pretty generally felt throughout the United States and we hope you were most liberally remembered. We have endeavored through conscientious service to merit our share and we are finishing thp year with the feeling that it has been one of the most successful periods in the history of our organization. YOU have contributed to our' success, so here's a hearty hand-gras- p and a THANK YOU. u s s.eml-veekl- Incl-dent- ly THEN PEOPLE NEED MORE IRON IN THE BLOOD y, Form through the Iron Feeds the Tissue Firm Flesh out the 1 With eager anticipation we turn our attention to 1920. We are making many improvments in our facilities for serving your interests more satisfactorily and promptly than ever before and by so doing we hope to merit a continuance of your good will. Accept our hearty, good wishes for a Merry Christmas and a most Prosperous New Year. - Imrio-fitte- pM-pl- kp i wiffci Mrun-tiuu- itba I. (" ar iilhf. Carson (L Co. m .Hartford, Kentucky. t DA T HANK BIG NEW YEA 31st WE Hartford, Ky., December YDU! Blakemore's Saxiphone Orchestra, of Hopkinsville, Ky., will Jurnish the music. This MUSIC IS GOOD. We think this will be the best dance of the year. All dancers, both far and near, are invited to attend. 9W RILEY fi TAYLOR, Managers. We wanto ixtend to our friends I Mr. Everett Shavor, returned homo Tuesday from Akron, Ohio, to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Riley and family Mrs. J. T. Shaver, of near town. and patrons om heartfelt thanks for their liberal palronage through the year 1919. By your cooperation we have made this the bei year in our history. We have done oir utmost to supply your wants, and xve tried by fair and courteous treatnsnt to merit every favor extended u We extend to ev ery one of you a Merry Christmas, and sincerely, trust thtl the New Year will bring you happiness and prosperity. 1 AkwS'ca $200,000,000 Paid To The Tobacco Growers $ JSjgft&C&l 1 The Hartford FRIDAY. Republican r.Mllr.ll , , . . . IlI'A o. Hums left wed, "l nosilny for Owensboro, where they go .wtoTspend the holidays with relatives. - J'J m. t. - JMr. S. L King came up fro De- catur, Ala., Saturday to remnlii nen PERSONAL NEWS llls fam,,y ,,ntn aftH" tlH holi" AND SOCIAL EVENTS11 lays. Roy Barnhlll remained over to tend the "Big Dance." at- - and Mrs. J. C. Iler and Iron, of Louisville, arrived hero enfay to spend a week with lr chil- yes- rola- - fitev. 11. D. Dennett filled tho pulpit Wo pay cash every day for eggs and tftho M. E. Church Sunday in the bsenco of tho pastor,, nev. E. Watt W. K. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. John II. Stewart has been ed postmaster at Select. appolnt-ive- s 1 iilth. 4 Squire, J. L. Patton of Ralph, was Mrs n. W. Stownrt, of Cromwell, In Hartford Monday, on business. sited her daughter, Mrs. It. E. Duko Mr. Carl Hoover left last veok for idjMr. Duko from Sunday until Dycrsburg, Tenn., for an extended lesaaj. stay. Mr; w. Li. wiiiio anu lanmy, oi Routo 1, left Monday for Miss Margaret Williamson, of Sunday hero rremauie, imi., wem iuc, BU iu box, spent Saturday and yKOItnOir 1101110 ll. frl.rn.la. V " AVy-'gr- iI. Come in and got your sharo of mcat quick, If you don't it will all bo gono A. J. WILLIAMS Mr. Clyde- Landers, of Hurrishurg, Ark., Is a guest of Judge and Mrs. It. It. Wedding. est Doll, n student In K. S. U.. dngtou, Is spending tho holidays llTtils parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. itfof near Duford. ) I &' , 'IrAWnltor B. Hrown and Mr.Jow- Mlch., aro Miss Emily Fair Thomas, who Is t Xarens, of Detroit, ufing tho holidays- .- with their teaching In the Llvenvoro High School, camo homo last week end to Mcllenry. ,. Messrs. Carl II. Fralm and It. T. I inta nt spend the holjdays hero with her ball Iler, of Rockport. attended tho vjLucllo Uarrett, of Barrett's ' here Tuesday night. -- yfllrt spending 1 tho holidays hero ' Chester Messrs. William JamV-s-, brother, Mr. Lyman Q. Mr. J. II. Himes, of Rockport. spent Main, Paul Espey and William Mad- wlth'r. jnd Mrs. Uarrett. and Wednesday hero dox, .all ot whom hold positions in his son, Mr. Will nimes. aptains James D. Sory Jr., and Detroit, Mich., aro spending tho holIlourland, of Madleonvlllo, idays with their parents, at Mcllenry, Miss Mary Foreman, of Narrow, C 'leajH. Y,,the guests of Captain Allison J. Is spending a few days hero with Mr. For your stomach's sako use a U.niUr last Tuesday. pnd Mrs. Foster llonnott. malleablo Monarch rango. Vitreous Mrs. V. P. Mgon, of Hon-,1,- -. onamcled, rust proff. On display Mrs. T. II. I'etrlo, of Indianapolis, n;fSamo up Wednesday to spoiu hero. Judgo lnd . In hero with her father, with Mrs, Llgon's parents, J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. n J. C Foglc, who Is quite 111. Beaver Dam, Ky. BiiVflMM. J It. Plrtlo. Mrs. J. II. Thomas and son, Million,' Jh, Dennett, who Is working Miss Iluth llarnhlll, ot Madlson-vlll- o, of Owonsboro, nro spending tho holi W'liiulo was tho guest of Ml 'Hil tMd r Desdouionla, Tux-n- s In day with relatives at Narrows. Monday to spend Davis Slimiiermnn, Tuesday iiiul Wed. ci" "jrjvj't uosduy of I hi weok. MUs llarnhlll CI win with hi family. Homier Moore, of Akron, Ohio, h IB- cumoip to attend tho Christmas vUUIiik friend mid relative hero niu' u uiiucb unu .Mr. Aiwy dunce, , imam leave next weok for at Dundee, during tho hollilnyii. Lni.i Mr. Hulloy Oroy Maddox arrived IB"" Byron William, a ituiUnt In K. H. U r.i lit- . r . .. ....... yemterduy from Wont Point Military wiwer. Christ-mthrlF""1 Uio iJUlngten. AuuiUmy, to piul (he Uhrtatmiw t ii vwaslloii wlili Iho homo folk lioiiKht our hems ColUrn, li(illdu)r) wlUi hi parnnU, Mr. and wugon Ilunio jtKitly, w Miff, ttlauil 3!nilihr, u( l!vhjr, Ky. lr. atui UN. l.wlle II. Oitnltii. bu Mr ilitHex m u KrutJusu of Ibt Ui& u cair.il iro ot you. i,.j-l-a.ji.o cww - lu Akron. Ohio for "5 "r-at Wtrt D. WILLIAMS 4 ttQiSC KhMl Uww Wirl liuj fc Twiv?iHi m HB biwiiih Itmytr fiiM KT tiglHtlNMJyjM to VS. Berry D. Walker, who has a posiMr. It. B. Martin, of CromwcJI, wr. Monday, vlsltlnr tion in Akron, Ohio, arrived here Marekt closed until Decembo r 29th. here Sunday nnd Opening sale Dccembe r his son, Otto C. Martin, and family Sunday to spend the holidays with .eastern jcuuu luiviuss vuuuiy; ijan his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. i . cester following. anil attending to business matters. l'ryor Sales Friday Lancaster, 1,508,655 lbs., for Owensboro 281.970 lbs., for $278,739.04, av. $18.47. Ml!s Fannie Mae l'arrls, daughtc: I Tlr AT r Minl.lnv nf Tnnlovlllo la avr. $1S.08. of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parrls, of near Equity Home, 948,985 lbs., for visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Hill, ot 0, Lancaster, 29C.450 lbs., for Beaver Dam, hns gono to Shuwnee. $171,970.44, av. $18.13 this place. Dr. Maddox will visit his avr. $1G. Okla., where she is encaged in schoc Field Bros., 734,015 lbs., for parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Maddox, Equity Home, 109,410 lbs., for $129,311.51, av. $17.62. work. 6f Equality, before returning to his $27,004.32, avr. $16.29. Owensboro, 1,726,605 lbs., for hone. Daviess County, 217,545 lbs'., for Mr. Olney E. Richardson, a student $340,511.05, av. $18.72. $37,0CS.02 av. $17. of Stato University, Is spending the Mrs. A. W. Logan, who has been Funnel's', J, 554, 705, lbs., fji Total Pryor 965,372 lbs., for holidays with his parents, Mr. and with Mr. Logan, who Is In a hospital 821)0,022.20, av. 910.07. $164,854.06, avr. $17.07. Mrs. J. II. Richardson, of near of LexIngton,for treatment, return" Birk, 734,005 lbs'., for $143,774.-1- 3, Hurley Sales Friday ed here Saturday to attend the funerav. $19.59 Owensboro, 36,750 lbs., for Mrs. H. V al of her sister Total 'Pryor sales', 8,378,770 lbs., av. $28.81. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Frost, ot Moor- Taylor. for $1,553,833.66, av. $18.54.' Lancaster, 36,345 lbs., for man, are. spending a few days here ' Total Hurley Sales for Season av. $31.04. with Dr. E. II. Pendleton and family. Mr. Henry B. Loyd and Mr. Auta Daviess County, 110,880 lbs., for Equity Home, all Burley sales re Mr. and Mrs. Frost will return home LItsey, students at State University, $34,010, av. $30.40. jected. Sunday. aro spending the holidays with thoir ' Lancaster, 265,990 lbs., for Daviess County, 14,695 lbs., for parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Loyd and av. $35.03. $3,394.13, av. $23. I am paying more cash every day Mr. and Mrs. Juno LItsey, at Equity Homo, 96,195, lbs,, for 87,790 lbs., for Total Burley, In tho week for Poultry, Eggs and ?$26,470.62, av. $27.50. $25,417.33, av. $28.01. Cream than any buyer I know of. Field Bros., 31,405, lbs., for $7.- Pryor Sales for Week L, T. IlILEY, Delker Buggies and Owensboro lbs., for 299.49, av. $23.25. Owensboro, 568,775 Wagons are made of good material Hartford, Ky. 141,515, lbs., for Owensboro, av. $18. 3S. throughout. We have them here at $104,565.52, $49,925.08, av. $32.43. Lancaster 437,050 lbs., for Miss Madge Porter and Miss Sue tho old price. Farmers', 45,100 lbs., for $15,- nv. $16.69. Magruder, of Louisville, spent MonJ. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. 277.30, nv. $33.58. Fanners', 300,100 lbs., for Beaver Dam. day and Tuesday of this week, as tho I Birk 24,575 lbs., for $6,731.2? nv. $18.30. guests of Miss Anna Barnes, at BeaEquity Home, 312,340 lbs., for av. $27.39. ver Dam. "Grandfather" Rowan Holhrook I Total Burley sales for season. CO, av. $17.33. received n cablegram Tuesday from $54, 142. Field .Bros., 312.820 lbs., for 716,130 lbs., for $229,794. Z8 av, Mrs. W. W. Harris and little son, his son, Mcllenry, who is with the i av. $16 38. $32.12. Willis It., and Mrs. Harris' nieco, International Banking Corporation, $51212, Total Pryor "sales before ChristBirk, 325,265 lbs., for $G1,607.-2for Yokohama, Japan, announcing the Lucilo Harris, left yesterday mas, 1918, 6,919,415 lbs., for nv. $18.94. Morton's Gap, to spend a week with birth of a son. av. $14.97. Daviess County, 425,075 lbs., for relatives. Total Burley sales before Christ$73,503,78, av. $17.29. Rememhor if you wish to save one Total Pryor sales, 2,747,425 lbs., mas,. 1918, 218,175 lbs., for d fuel Mrs. A. J. Williams loft Saturday third or more of that av. $19.05. for $485,553.52, av. $17.60. for Chicago, where she goes to spend and keep your rooms good and warm, 7, Sales previous to Christmras, Total Burley sales for week', 239,-45- 0 Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. E. you may do so by putting in one of 530,475 lbs.- - for $1,239,899.51, lbs., for $73,141.52, av. $30.54 Air-tigD. Turley. Heaters, sold Mrs., Williams will return those famous av. $16.47. Pryor Sales For Season ACTON BROS. by this week. lbs., Sold beforo Christmas this year Daviess County, 1,172,805, 9,094,900 lbs.( for $1,783,627.94. $17.30. Mr. Rowan Holhrook, Secretary-TreasurMr. Edward D. Render, of Ft. for $202,904.Sl,av. of tho Farmers' Looso Leaf Worth, Texas, arrived Horn Mondav Miss Laura Hurt, of Barrett's Fer- holidays with relatives at Lexington. Tobacco Warehouse Co., of Owensbo- to spend a few days with hi father," ftir. L. H. Combs and son of Beary holds the record price for Burley Wedro, spent from Saturday until Mr. W. B. Rendpr and f Jinily. This nesday here. h.is vls- - tobacco in tho entire history of the ver Dam visited his mother, Mrs. Mf is tho first time Mr. Ren-lt- Owensboro market. Miss Hurt sold A. Combs last week. Mr. Combs and lited in Kentucky in ten year.i 500 pounds for nearly $400, and one family will go to Ark. soon to tnaka Aunt Roseanna Chlnn, an aged and woman, died at respected colored Commonwealth's Attorney, C. E. basket of her leaf sold for one dol- their future home. Mr. W. F. Cornell, of Bowline her h timet near nere Friday night and Smith returned from Owensboro, lar a pound. Her brother,' Liolen cemetery Saturday, where he had been engaged Hurt, sold a basket of Burley at 99 Green is here for a few days with his was buried at the colored family. Sunday aftjrnoor. In Circuit Court during tho week. cents. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. IC. Hardin and. Mrs. Smith, who spent the week-on- d Mrs. Nancy Vltula Ashby, whoso with Mr. Smith, also returned. Irene, the 12 year old daughter of daughter spent Monday and Tuesday V maiden niino waf. Shown, died at her Mr. Roscoe Stone, came near suffer- at Mcllenry. Mr. Lawrence Whobrey was at home near Cromwell last Thursday Mr. Hoyt L. Tayloi, of Tocc ia, Ga., ing a serious accident a few days ago night and was buried at Green River camo up tlii first of this week to while standing before an open grate, Litchfield a few days last week. caught fire. Mr. Bug Baughn nnd family movspend the holidays with Mrs. Taylor. when her clothing the day following. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Infant child Mr. Stone and another of his daugh- ed this week to the farm of Morgan Mr. Arthur York, who Is employ- will return to tho South about the ters succeeded in ridding the girl Ashley's, near Adaburg. e, Mr. J. D. Miller gnd family spent ed by the, Womnns Oil Co., of first of the year, where they will of her burning clothing without Is spending tho holidays with make their future home. damage, other than slight burning Saturday night and Sunday with their his . parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of the daughter's hands, who assisted parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, of Magan. York, of near town. Miss Blanch Hickey spent a few DUKEIIUItST. days last week with relatives at BeaMrs. Wolfolk Barrow, ot Lexington, camo here Friday night to bo Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bennett en- ver Dam. N present at tho burial ot her mothor, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Crowe, aro tertained with a pound party last in Fordsvlllo spending the holidays Mrs. II. J. Taylor. Mrs. Barrow reFriday night. turned to her homo today. Mr. Walker Carter Is spending the with relatives. $50,-988.$49,-193.2$10,-010.7- 7, in-la$11,-412.4- 3, $94,-080.50, $72,-9G9.G- 3, S07,-3."2.7- 3, 6. $41,-573.23, high-price19-1ht er ' Beat-tyvlll- I PeptoMangan For Pale School Children Pcpto-MniiKii- ii Gives tho Help tint Body Needs To Mnko llkii, Rod Blood. Niiino "GudoV on Every 1'nckiiKo '? ay Sold by DrugglMs in Both Liquid nnil Tablet Form Medicinal Virtues arc the Same. Tho lessons aro hard and tho chilWatch thoir dren uro growing. health and It th,oy becomo pale and listless ami, doVt want to work or play, consult at onco u good physician It you suspect any serious aliment. The splendid tonic, It given dally for n few weoks, will in most cabin rcatoro tht strength and start tho young (oiks on the road to good health You can Youth respnutU quickly. In tnbUt o. buy form ot your dnugUt and Au always hu sum of the Kanuliw by looking for the nume "Uud'" on paqltniitj. WUhiMit the u lh It "(MdaV It In not PcpUcVMftftM la a (liia taut mm! MoliMkr Im lk wtMte feMrlr PfcjN0iM r iC ) i' V Marty iMny Pepto-Maiigaii, FOR SALE! Cheap. Will town property in exchange. take 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court bottom, the rest upland. House. One-ha- lf 5G 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. ?C5 per acre, $1,000 cash, ballance on a long time. r 125 acres of Hough River high bottom 05 per 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. fB ()- - a'ii Popto-MuiiKt- iu acre. - P'tlK CAL, P. KEOWN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, M " .t- , m - i"l (8P0. I ,' U & TT .rMr&f r " W. Punciin, ct nl., Plaintiffs. UKAVKK DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. vs. Notice. W. T. .McKonnoy.. Kntlo I. Asbby. ot r.I., DofomlanU. Judge R. W. Slack, Owenaboro. Ch'tn'n. Hoard W. KlniS. Pursuant to n Juilgmont nnil order Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartilrrk-- nof milo ot tlio OMo Circuit Court, enjvil.o Judge J. 'W. Cooper. ford. tered nt JU Nowmber, 1819 term, v- - Stevens. Marlil-- RIn the ii1ho Mvleil action. tllrecM i.r Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. ... r j..I tlw li.li.nllinrtnK .1 te rtr I Im. ' C. MarI'ORDSVILLK. property, for tlm purpose of paying MuMcr Coininl.ssloiicr Otto 2 tin, Hartford. tbo emts of this action, together wll.'i ch'm n l'ourd W. It. Jonei. the cost of this sale, and tllvluliiB the Trustee Jury Fund Ca! P. Keown, ' Olhi Colin. CUm k remainder of the proceeds among the Hartford. parties entitled thereto, I will offer police Judge C. P. Kosalngcr. days for sale at public outcry to the high- 1st Monday In March IS Orant Pollard. Marshal Com'th. and Civil. est and best bidder, nt the Court .. ........... n.ifiVlltll House- door In Hartford. Ohio Coun- 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. 01 I'lLl.vli htiiuwii uiiiiii'ii ty, Kentucky, on January fi, 1920, lBt Monday In July 12 days (011111.V Itimril of (It boliiR rogular comity court day) nt K S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Com'th. and Civil. nbout one o'clock p. in., upon a credit 12 days of six nnd twelve months, the follow- 3d Monday lu Septonibor im. No, 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hart- ing doscrlbed property, Civil. or.i. The following lots nro parcels of W. Duff, FordBVlllo, 13 days No. ground, located nt McHcnry, Ohio 4th Monday In November Com'th. and Civil. iy County, Ky and bounded na follows: One parcel of land In McHcnry, Ky. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows COUXTV COURT. known as the home place, consisting cy. of threo different lots, together with Moots first Monday In each month Dlv. No 4 Robert doff, Roslno,. the Improvements thereon, bounded Judge Mack Cook, cy. as follows: County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Lot No. 1 Doing a strip of land Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Beav- lying south of D. M. Duncan's present Clerk W. C. Ulankcnshlp. r Dam, Ky. lot in said town nnd being all the laud Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. Dlv. No. 0 Nat Llndley, Center- lying between his lot and Howard Superintendent E. S. Howard, town, Ky. constreet; the strip of land herein Jailer Worth Tlchenor. veyed Is 54 feet north nnd south and Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In. D. E. Ward, 150 feet cast and west. TiixCoinmlssloncr February; let Monday In April; lie Lot No. 2 A lot In tbo town of Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; lut Monday In Au- McHcnry, Ky., bounded as follows: Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. Deglnning at D. M. Dunc.ln's N. E. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st- corner nnd running 110 feet to Jnno Monday In Docomber. FISCAIj COURT. Street; thence with Jane street 113 County Board of Examiners 1919 feet to a stone; thence west 30 feet an' Meets first Tuesday In April E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, 13111a Sando-fu- r, to a stone; thence south 11 feet to October. help cutting loose joy'us can't i Benson H. Dennett's N. E. line; W. S. Hill. ip remarks every time you flush your Ed Shown, Hartford thence west with said lino S7 feet to 1st District Jnn. 24 nnd 25 Common school I D .M. Duncan's line; thence North Route 3. 'I smokespot with Prince Albert it hits F Hartford, with said line to the beginning. ii w,, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beat diploma examination. 51 J. KcynoUi square. It's a scuttle lull ot jimmy you so fair and Lot No. 3 Said lot commencing Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. Tobtcco Co. cr Dam. at the upper edge of the McHcnry nine and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy Mny, 9 nnd 10 Common school 1 Coal Company's lot on the dividing 8rd District Q. B. Drown, Slmmo! every hour of the twenty-fou- r ing as it is delightful lino between the Itender Coal Com- 4th District O. W. Rowe, Ccnta Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. pany and G. W. Render's said lot, May 10 and 17 County teachors town. vw 5V.. i ..w It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastur- e! running east 256 feet to a stone; r.DalU xamlnatlon. (White) Hartford. to give you more thence S. 209 feet to n stnke; thenco 5th District W. C. For, P. A. is trigger-read- y town. County teachers' May, 23 and 2 west 25G feet thenco North 209 feet tobacco fun than you ever had in your smckecarceiv to the beginning. flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee xamlnatlon (colored) Hartford. Being same lots conveyed to Daniel 7th District because has the quality. D. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo, June, 20 and 21 County and Stato- M. Duncan by E. F. Render and wife it down 8th District U. C. Rhoados, Hart eachers' examination (white) Fords- by deed dated April 20, 1SSG. and of Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write ford, Route 5. illo. record In the Ohio County Clerk's ofcite your tongue or parch your throat. P. A. did that fice in deed book 7, page 1S4, and by Juno, 27 nnd 2S County nnd HARTFORD. patented process David S. Duncan and wife by deed will! For, our exclusive And, tate teachers' examination (colored! dated September G. 1SS3. deed of retongue! Mayor J. E. Bean. cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails lartford. cord In the Ohio County Clerk's office Clerk J. A. Howard. pound tin In deed book 3, page 433, and by Mary July, Ohio County Institute, Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. uiitn and David Duncan by deed dated Fob. humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor lartford. perfect condition. Marshal E. P. Caaebler. 23. 1SS0. and of record In the Ohio sponge moistcner top that keeps the tobacco in such Sept., 19 nnd 20 County nnd County Clerk's office in deed book Winston-Salem- , N. C. ROCKPORT. 2, page 1SS. tato teachers' examination, (white) R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Also tho followfng lot or parcel of lartford. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. land In Mcllenry, Ky., together with Sept. 2C and 27 County nnd Stato Clerk Rushing Hunt. the lmprovmcnts thereon: Beginning Pollco Judge John T. Jackson ".ichors' examination (colored) Hart- said creek; thence "S". S0i4 S. 125 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. at a point 33 feet 'west of center of SALE. COMMISSIONER'S . . ord. C. O. & S. W. R. R. In the lino beMarshal Will Langford. poles to the beginning, containing 55 Ohio Circuit Court. tween J. L. Render ami McHcnry Coal acres, more or less. Ohio Circuit Court. May Francl3, Plaintiff. company; tnenco west li'J feet to n For a more fuller description see J. vs. Not I CO. E. F. Duke, et nl., Plaintiffs. stone; thenco south 171 feet to a deed book 24, page 423, Ohio County vs. notice. Titus Francis, et al., Dfendants. "Wants!? stone or stake; thence cast 129 feet Clerk's office. Myrtle Armendt, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order to a stone or stnke; thenco north 171 The purchaser will be required to By virtue of a judgment and order ue up of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court en- feet to the beginning, containing one-ha- lf t in nnin.il of tlm Vr.vom1iflr Ippitl. execute bonds with security 10 oner, lmmedi-th- e tered in the abow styled action, at acre more or 1919. of the Ohio Circuit Court, in proved by the commlss in equal in- its November, 1919 term, directing underlying same Isless. Tho minora! reserved with the stvled action, directing mo ately after sale, payable above 1110 to sell the hereinafter described months. In right hereinafter described prop-o i stallments oer six ami twelvefrom date property for the purpose of first pay- same. to enter, mlno and work the sell to ... the .uG cent interest - ;..Do t nnvinf ti, liRnrinir X H 3 ft1M rM &a 1 vj 11 ot above styled Being same lot conveyed to Daniel t.: t th.c 9in tnfPtlmr with thn unftl paid. To have the fore nnd ef- - ing the cost costtho this sale, and acdiFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE ot Judgment, and a lien will u tion and tho cost of .this sale, and dividing the re feet of a proceeds M. Duncan, by J. L. Render and w'fe retained on tho land sold as addi- viding tho remainder of tho thcieto, I on October 27, 1S93, and of record In Ditsolved In water for douches (top mainder of the proceeds among tho tional security. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inllaro among tho parties entitled parties entitled thereto, I will offer outcry to deed book 14, page 23G. parcel of mation. Recommended by Lydia I salo at Also another lot or Given under my hand this the ISth will offer for and bestpublic salo at public outcry, to the highPinkham Med. Co, for ten year for bidder at the ground in McIIeiiry, Ky.. bounded as tho highest est and best bidder, at the Court day of December. 1919.MARTIN, A. Healing Court House door In Hartford, Ky., follows: OTTO C. Beginning at Phlpps btreet soro throat wonder tor natal catarr) House door, in Hartford, Ohio Counand sore Economics 1920 (It beCommissioner O. C. C on Monday, January 5, regular term 93 feet from tho Southeast corner of rm rxtiftordiDAry rlrumngeye wcnniaiial Master ty, Kentucky, on January 5, 1920, nd ing the first day of the U dnigsiiu. Rone, Attorney. jWfcrf Ulock 17; thenco with said street to SifrileLf"f. 50c cr (xruil ffsm j (if being regular County Court day) John T. of the Ohio County Court) at about said corner; thenco with Howard ynu. n i nun lmiuc. IMut at about one o'clock P. M., upon a p. m., COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the hour of one o'clock months, on a street west to southwest corner of credit of six and twelve months, tho MASTHil the said lot; thenco with Jane street credit of six and twelve t: A Safe, following described property, following described property Ohio Circuit Court. North feet; the beA certain houso and lot In the parcel of land in Ohio ginning, 9Cbeing a thencoofftotho A tract or Remedy for Worms Arrlson Daugherty, Plaintiff. strip south town of Dundee, Ohio County, Ky., County, Kentucky, bituato and de- side of block 17. 93 feet wide at the W j.tnyirva.i.'.'n-ii-ariu-j'iarwunEvs. Notice. on the west side of tho Hartford and Beginning at a as follows: SeTcntj fira rears contina Bell Daugherty Llndsey, et al. scribed N. reou4 UMf U th Iiott tMlnutttliil Fordsville public road and bounded Mary inrnnii'iTiiu stone, E. corner to L. T. Colo; west end. Mining privileges arc FltKY'S KltUU'UOE can oflur E. 139 poles to two dogwoods, served. same lot conveyed to D. M. you. aSOn' thTeast by said road; on tho Pursuant to a Judgment and order thenco oak and white oak; thence S. liclng Kerp bottle alvrayi nn hand. black C It will help keep the little onet north by Hartford and Mammon's of sale of tho Ohio Circuit our t. In 45 degrees V. 215 poles to another Duncan by P. G. Cargal and wife by happjraiul henltlir torecl at Its November. 1919 term. !. deed dated November 1st, 1S90. and ....i.ii oni. n,i iV. a bottle at jour of Colo's corners; thenco with Cole's of record in tho Ohio County Clerk'f (pn or trenenil More t or If !? Avest by a lot or parcel of land owned line N. 41 degrees V. 21 poles North offfco In deed book 11, page 331. )uur tleiler can't tupply jroa BU" ",D liv thn liiirs of w. H. Unite, deceased. lu """"""'" of- paying . 32 degrees t W. 32 poles N. w99 rt enj hln name and 2V, In Uuii poles Also another lot or parcel of j and we'll acnJ jeu a bottle ni,i int liPini? 70 feet or more in property, for tho purpose w ... n il. 1. n nl rw AAninliilno MfiJ Succeed when everything else fai promptlj. the width, fronting on Hartford and more or less, and being the same land ground In McHcnry, together with folferrutll In nervous prostration and E. & S. FREY Fordsville public road and 140 feet "'o 'BhBn0' Bad 'a , "0 conveyed to M. J. Francis by WI1- - lmprovmonts thereon, hounded as '.vcalcncbse they are the bupritf te Commencing nt tho southwest or more In length binding on Hart- BALTIMORE MD. a"1 avls a,11 wlfo- - b' ,,ee(1 of r- - lows: of block 17; running east with remedy, ai thousands have testlfiii corner ford and Hamilton's Ford road; and tho Ohio Krsxs fiitiocrv 11eri ah.1 to the high- - cord in(leeU ,jook County Clerk's of- - How.ird street, 70 feet to a stake; con- belng a part of the same land 15g flco n veyed to Henry F. Armendt and A. T. e?1 nnu. "es "V,urr' ,.Y. win im rnnnirnii fn thence North to Mary M. Wilson's ti.u mirh-ism- I), nines, by House door In Hartford, Ohio Coun executo bonds Immediately after salo, east and west lino; thence west with 1 it 13 the best medicine ever Hines' and wife, Sarah J. January 5, 1920. 70 feet to Jnno street; J over a druggist's counter. deed of date March 1st, 1SS5, and ot ty, Kentucky, on county day) with security to bo approved by tho said line regular 9G feet thenco south with said record in Ohio county Court Clerk's (it being one o'clock p. court O'wuw upon a commissioner, payable- in equal In- to the beginning, being1 street in., WILL YOU at' about the west end book, No. 7, page 15. office, in deed stallments In six and twelvo months, Tho purchsaer will bo required to credit of six and twelve months, t: the healing G por cent interest per annum of Mary M. Wilson's lot. All mineral TAKE OUB property, execute bonds with security to bo ap- following described of land in Ohio from dato until paid, and to havo tho under said land being reserved and A certain tract imnoo conveyed. proved by the Commissioner, forco and effect of n judgment. A Doing same lot conveyed to Danmediately after sale, payable In equal county, Ky., consisting as of 50 acres, Hen will bo retained on the lnnd sold follows: iel M. Duncan by David H. Duncan of G and 12 months, more or less, bounded lands of A. F. as additional security. installments by the On bearing C per cent Interest from dato Butlor, tho east south by tho lands of Given under my hnnd this tho ISth and wife by deed dated November 15, A Trealmenl tho In the Ohio 18SC, and of record until paid. Said bonds to havo tho Catbona onRomans; on tho west by day of December, 1919. County Clerk's office In deed book forco and effect of a Judgment, and a OTTO C. MARTIN .Master comlor WEAK on tho White, of lien will bo retained on tho laud sold the lnnds tho J. M. of J. S. and Court. 7, page 295. missioner Ohio Circuit Daugherty. lands North by A bad breath, coated toncm, I Tho purchaser will borcqulred to as additional security. LUNGS or Tho purchaser will bo required to Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. executo bonds immediately after snlo taste in the mouth, languor ami dt'i Given under my hand this tho ISth exocute bonds Immediately after salo nro pq with security to bo approved by tho day of Dec. 1919. aBBHflawBIVaHtS CONSUMPTION with security to bo approved by tho OTTO C. MARTIN. commissioner, payable in equal Insign) ' commissioner, payable In equal intho Master Coiiiiulnblonur O. C. C. stallments In vlx nnd twelvo months, FOR FLETCHER'S stallments In six and twelvo months, nut oI'C bearing Intcres; nl tho rate of G por Barnus & Smith, Attorneys. A Quick relic I for that lircil. run down fffllnc. bearing Interest nt tho rate of G por ' couL'bi, paint in chril. nlclil iwcali. Iirmor-- I PiiorH cont per annum Iroiu date until pali, cent por annum from date until paid, rhino, weak lunci ur coniuropllon. It ll doc WCTIi' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to have tho forco nnd effect of n to havo the force and effect of a Dolbclp you It coils you Dotting. g bo retain-o"The HEN TONIC juilgmont, and Hon will additional n judgment, and n lieu will bo retained EGG-A-DA- Y Lock box eio Ohio Circuit Court. an '' tho hind herein sold as OHIO MEDICAL CO, on tho laud herein sold us uddltlonul COLUMHlin o W. C. Bullock, et nl., Plaintiffs. tecou Have you gotten your security. bucurlty. im 11 " vh. Notice. Uivcn'undor my hnnd this lbtli (ilven under my hand, this the ISth Package Of Egg-A-D- ay Heillday of December. 1919. Punrl Noal, ot ul Dofnndnutx. only By virtue of judgment nnd ordor day of Ducombor. 1919. ! near OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Corn- OTTO V. MARTIN. Tonic at the store nearest of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court misionor ouio circuit Court. Master t'ommlsulouor O. C. C. LIV-VERIn the nbovo styled union, lit M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. -L ma " your home? tho Novum bor term. 1919, directing M. L. Ilonvrln, Attorney. ril IT turcf1 nut an Commlmiloniir of vuM court, to wit I Be sure your liens have a mil tho hureluafior dtxicrlhed land OWI' for tho purpiuie uf flrnt paying tho W'll FOR FLETCHER'S We offer Ono Hundred Italian Reward warm nest of stfaw, good above Myled action of ns deadly na n tnake'a veiiot for ntiy eit cimu ibt till mIh. uiul dividing and cured by cnHull'uf Catarrh Hint cannot h food mixed with Egg-A-D-ay tlm Catarrh Mfillrlnv. thi of The liver nets u n guard rf llall'i Catarrh Medkino lm Uwn taken ruiMNlHiUr of the pnod aiming tht e, elding out the clni! llilrty. Hen Tonic and clean water. liy lutarrh lunVrera fr lh I will uffor parlltM MitltltMl ilmifto. q ! lunei irom mo general circuiif4 t yean, and bai Ume known fur ml nt public outery to tho high niil rlali leinwly fur I'ulnrrli Ilalt'i Give your hens a chance and i A llocknko in tlio intestlc mi iho rotirt bmi nnil bMt bllilr Cutarrli MnlklH ml thru tlm lllowl on 112 Millions" Ky., Hi MurMta (iirMe.-- i rXllllntf III I'ol. it wuy burden uiwn tliu Ii dear In Hartford. ... 1. 011 ' with eggs at seventy-fiv- e r? s la r. t. ........... w. fli.M.. !... ..I.... tl... iiivvj en fnin lb IIIimhI mI IuuIIhK tlm dll UHifuni iii itviuti inn thu lntuutlnea uro chohcil or' imrlluii" 4m cents a dozen they will pay used of III rtxulr Nrw f tlm Ohio. up, thu circulation of tU ('MNty CiMfti nt nbuMt tho hour nfl After yu Imvo Ukn llall'tHill Peel right nil tho tlmo. Don't lay oM Mnlklne fur n lUort limn u k k't-Jinhig dividends, COLDS to tiolsoncil unci tlu,f from work for tlaya by taking lolomej miu H'tflafk I M . Mil it erudlt of vU iniprttvtHitui in yMir h'iukh. MM-rtH1 tWh vhcni)euiunt NHMtlll iliw fnIltiwhiK Vr.tajr kccH joif U'cometi loaded with toxi:1 Ivallh Hlnrl laklHU M'H'e I'tUrrh ! on your fvut, vhlluruliivlni;yourtruu)H ai HILL'S m4i. 4imiid Hml uu4 fl (.(llwufilaU).I ki uf vaUrrti pain) ('For Salo by llHrNu. nnd vu tiulTvr from licudj H. I'mwdur, lu. Knfur too, uml cany to take, punt fre Ihk In UMn CtHtMiy ICuMtutky. . i'h t j cur.srr 't. low.conted tonyuo, bud Uko anything tlo, You can't afford t III Ihmhk u Mrt --t ihm UnmimA A. W. JhIiihMuh Drug U., KoriU ty all I " It. r.ilininutc4 ixjltoni. CASCARAfcNUININI mouth, naussvn, or irtu, tain Jhmm i'irtW. m4 Immiii4mI m Hia )' ll. tvm uml rvlluvi'K cuiulljiutlon. A nut. iul!i, lunjiuor, ilcblllty, ( C KlHK. DUHlls rM) ural rvinuily, nuturullu tuctloni, purl UiiDtiMiltMf id or uytrn. At Mich timn In lu A (' UmIi, KmIms, ICy. uml ftrUIn In u.ultn, U tfm. Mr ih Utmt h( nl n KOMBt tukw mutur oil or a 1 !., aMMNT mi won't Uilunu liuforo l.b.VcLux will jllll lMr lb IMMM. Ik IImvImih. MMrmm, H. 1. U J coiii'lutulv illiluco Mluinil hi vwit gu4iiI U iiw4r " m, Kuh u ouu I4 hibx A. W. UMiNt mtmm, II. Hh. For Infant ami Children lionui, t'lillilan run laU it fnely i4 ir- M t4a wMk In a uarUvrtr tipi4w. Uu of nlwi nrt'i I. r Mwtit Imi. OaMMrUtwu. With l Kir f lit Uttfuty, Uyory m In Uao vuk lad ttflT W ' ' ' 11 ijriiJ (gtu mtMly Ui vm f Mk wm antml. fyuaml Ii iii Utile. KirfK UmUmI. K iMa CV. mi ft T. Kimlng without thu IlkriiuM ami aliiii AkrkMM ' ' ' la fifty yi-t- l vwm, & Om.. Nwiwra. '"" K mi w&4 A) tuiu tif L, K, Orally. iVr iaW Uy t WW mTW 1 Midi fwr ft t Wallaaa Ihuit. OmmwvU. ht fHi Vttfe Ik i.,.hI. r. i't mM IjMMkX A KMM At .'iii h U, WILLIAM., , UuUiMi, U4k, UitM4 A 4. il -- )4 w( ItWKJl I"'- - " 'k" aiuminummk. MAHTKIt COMMISSIOXKK'S SAM. Olilq Circuit Court. DIRECTOR I V LlUAnwAx oHot ii''?wi JP H b Be &( 1 - to-w- Ky-lu- 20. K 4 jt. imnHHr "IP1 - vou I (1 I 1 That's it it never not your 7-- Every Woman a . 1 ti Yerirai uge k m - I iui me uuiurcii to-wi- to-w- it: ... Ft m fir en-w.- ..i ..i. Scarab . "K'iSShp.i dniff-fflit- 't "'a H.7I3 SK,TnddK to-wi- stomach Trouble I A Coated Tongue Hot GERMINAL REMEDY -- l, What it Means WHKFr Ecsnnjw yi Oliilciren Cry CASTO R "A JMh 1 FOR ONE MONTH 11 11 1011-dur- USE AX HowsThis? Ohildren Ory it CASTORlA last year KILL vfll-boln- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. ii. tirl f nt rtrrh m. igiiw 11 ea rl ti. t ifwun CASTORlA ForOvr30 Yar tp "" Si 4, frk; &dVfai t J (., 9' '. Hj Nry U ' FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued froln 2ml page Craig, ('has., work on road.. Carson & Co., Mdso for Co. Cobb & Hlcbnrds dynninlto &c Clark, V. A., nulls Clements, Hud, euttlnr; ditch ) 7 Rico, 1) 50 Jnll Cartor, H. 1., lumber hauling &c ... 18.10 3.1G 18. OS 1.22 G.G0 Curtis, J. K., Dunnls, C. C lumlier Davis. N. II., hauling Donnls, T. C, work on road Dennis, C. C snmo Douglas, It. I)., sills Dltzcr, Jolin, nulls & work . . . Dunn, W. S., freight on plpo Snmo, I'er Dlom nails Duke, K. Dexter & Vincent, dynamlto .... fi.il ,1.75 2.00 7.00 9.75 12.00 7.00 4.30 0.00 4.05 I, snmo Smith, Wlnson, snmo Shown, Herbert, rcp'r brldgo Taylor II. W Per Diem '. . . Tlrhcnor. H. C, Bnmo Vance, W 0 , pulling Rrader ... Anwie. flnttln Inntu &i Allen, l.on,, building brdg... Snuio, work on road Asliby, Rollle, rond bed . . . Drown. C. II.. work on road Drown, Jno., hnulli.g llalzo, Dewey, work on levy . . Drown, II. J., lumber Halls, II. I)., work on road. . . Dnlze, N'. It., lumber lllankcnshlp, W. C Per Diem Cheek, J. P., team &c Crawford, Frank, wk. on road Durall, J. C ropalrlnR levy Davli, Seth, work on road'. . Dean. W. S.. Per Diem Dn ujlierty, Estill, wk. on road Shnwn,'I-M., ' !'., 1 Per Dlom ... ... Ki:ib, W. E. & Hro. Durham, S. U, lumber &c . . . Dean, W. S., Com. 2 dn. . . . Klllott, C. U., hauling Ac . . . Kvans, Frilnk, lumber Iiulldlin; rrymlro, T. 11., bridge dc Pnrrls, I. S. repairing bridge . Karris, Marvin, Same l'ulkorson, I. I)., lumber ruqua, .Murray, lumber Fuiuh, Albert, lumber &c .... set double trees &c Foreman, H. T., haulltiR .... Fulkerson, S. I.., lnbor Snmo. Per Dlom Foster, Mrs. Isaac, board .... Raymond, wk. on FurriHVlllo ... .... IMnuluR Mill Co., road work on road.. (J ml soy, Thomas, hauling . . . Hub Clothing Co., Mdse for Felix. Cuius, Co. V. S., Humphrey, . II., surveying Huff, Scott, lumber Hnyncs, Allison, lumber Hlckey. T. L., work on road . Jail &c .... . Harder, Hick. Huycruft, Odle, work on bdiK". Hlnes. Mrs. J. II., lumber . . . Jncobs, F. T., Same Jones, Jno., work on road. . . Johnson, Tllden, samo Same, same James, U. F lumber Kitchens, Columbus, road bed Keown, S. 0 Services as Sheriff l.nnum, II. S., road bed I, each, Geo., &c. building W. J., lumber C. I., road bed .... Coffin Homier. L. H.. conveylUR O. P. Jtaymcr, Cephas, work on rd. Halley, T. L., bridge sills .. Riley. C. It., lumber Robertson. P. A., samo Roberts, A. M.. samo Rockport Coal Co., floorlnR. . Itoberts, Jasper, work on road Same, hauling Rice, 11. F., work ns Com'r. . Snmo, Per Dlom Ronfrow, K. & Co., dynamlto Contract Mdse. &c Pulliam, Clarence, hauling . l'rolms. W. A., nails Park. John, lumber Porter, L. L., work on road Price, Jno., name Patton, Clarence, lumber . . . Plumnier, Hobert, Pauper's Laws, J. T. replacing brldgo l4ach, J. N, work on bridge" Leisure, Ethol, same , Com'r &c I.each. S. Same. I'er Dlom Mkens, M. T., hauling Martin, A. I., lumber Martin. Kstlll, samo Mldklff, V. V., coal Samo, Services as Jailer, . . . Miller, Tolbert. lumber Mosloy. Marvin, lumber Muffett, Jno.. same Miller, Leo P., same Miller. J. E., samo Mitchell. Mrs. Lottie, rd. bed Miller. Honda, building brdg Mitchell. J. E.. viewing road . Same, convoying F. C Martin. Wallace, work on rd. Ohio Co. DniR Co.. Halanco brldRO .... .... .... Klco, IJ. F.. Special Com. . . . Stewart, II. J., building brdR. Stewrat EvCoa. .c Stowart. J. H., Coffin Scott, O. R., work on road.. Smith. Will A., reporting evidence Smith, CIiuh., services Juno to August Sproulo W. V repairing brdg Southard. .J. II., flooring .. Stevens, Jesse, work on brdg. Smith. Wlnson. Comiu'r on Same, Per Dlom Shown, Hd., snmo Election W. N Stevens, Commissioner Shields, Richards, tool of paper Travis, W. J., work " road . Tate, Thos., samo Taylor. J. W lumber Tato, M. M., building brldgo Tuylor, Thurinan & Hro., lbr. Taylor, C. S., road bed Taylor, J. W lumber Taylor. II. W Per Dlom Same, Committee 3 da Tlchonor, R. C, sumo Samo, Por Diem ' Taylor, Jno. R helpor 4. da Oaylo, same Taylor, Tlnsley. W. S., Election com- mlsslonor Willis. O. P., hauling Wilson. Ulmont. work on road Wallace, W A., four coffins Whlttler, Jno. work on road Whlltlur, Jeso, samo Wedding, Claim, null &c... :.. roads .... 18.8!) Kvnus, R. O., lumber 30.90 Evans, Frank, wk. with team IM1H.1 writtw, livtltia fi.OO 7.50 I'Mwardfl, Clay, lumber . 41.00 r'ulkcrson, 8. L., Per uicm . . Fu'kerson, L. I)., lumber 4 da. Com. L 1(1. 00 I'ulkorson. S. Fiiiiiier, Davo, road 3.00 Vtiiiun. Tab. lumber bel 3.00 Will, team &c 30.:'.7 Ford, M. K flooring 13.30 Gilliam, W. P., repalrliiR brdR. raves, 22.80 if! Olllesplc Hros. blacksmlthliiR .Harrison, C. U lumber 2.05 Marion, movliiR 7.00 HonRlnnd CI. II., powder dirt Hunter, 13.70 Hoover, Leslie, work on road (5.00 Hoover, C. W., same 14.00 HIncs, C. C, expenses to E'- -i 5.00 town 1 1.00 Huff, Iris, team work 2.00 ilIiIfT. Ollle, work on road &c Hoover, Clifton, same 10.55 Hoover F. M dynamite, &c . 5.00 Hayes, Deo, burial robo 16.11 Hcrrel, W. O., work on road. 2S.22 Her, Dcdan, Same 10.00 Jnmes, 17. F., sills 9.00 slinrpeninR F. K., 100.00 Jackson, grader blade 5 (() 2.25 Jewell, J. E sills 7.CS Kirk, W. I)., work with team 3.1" Katterjohn,- F. W. & Co., limostono 4.50 25.00 Leach, N. D., work on road 3.fi0 Leach, Charlie, same 30.00 Lea'ch, George, team & work Leisure, J. O., work 233.30 Leach, S. W Com. 3 days . . 17.50 Same, Por Diem Lnnhan, Pole. wk. with team 25.00 Mosley, N. W., lumber 3.75 Miller. A. H.. sills 3.50 Miilkiff, W. P., coal 3.00 Maddox, D. L., hauling . . . 11.25 Mulllcan. J. V., road bed... 6.00 Miilkiff. Sam. work on hill.. 3,00 'Magan, O. C, same 6.00 Marslinll, W. II.. team & work 23.20 Matthews, Frank, samo 4.95 (Martin, Estll, same 201.70 McKlnley. Chns., moving dirt. 45.30 iMcKlnley, E. M powder ... 23. C5 iNowcom, W. F.. lumber.... S.C9 Ohio Co. Drug Co., Drugs &c 9.65 Same, books 18C.90 Park, Johnm, sills 45.00 Porter, L. L., work on hill.. 28.40 Patton, Clarence, lumber... 2.00 Phipps, Mrs. Eliza, road bed 2.00 Rice. II. F i'er uicm 25.00 ) Same, Com., . . Rice, F. L hauling 56.10 TtninTts a. M.. lumber . . . 1.50 Royal, Morris, team & work 95 Rogors, Tom, work 2.00 Held, Mattlo A., road bed . . . 32.75 Sharp, Gilbert, bldg. brldgo 20.00 Stevens, W. N.. wk. on brldgo 25.90 .Schroadcr, M. C, wk. on roail Shaver, Sam, road bed 10.00 Smith Wilbur, work on road 1.00 Smith, Wlnson, Com. &c . . . . 3.75 Stowart, J. A., work on road 11.55 Stewart, A. T., samo 18.75 Sandefur. G. V samo 9.00 Smith, Charlie, services Alms Houso keeper 30.49 4. GO Smith, Wlnson, Per Dlom . . . 35.00 Shown, Ed., samo 7.00 Stom, II. 11.. work on rond. 15.00 Taylor, L. J., lumber Same, work on road Taylor, Hasll. sills &c 20.03 Thomas Hros., Mdse. for Co., 15.00 Trogdcn, L.'L.. road bed 13.00 Taylor, Hen V., nails Same, Por Dlom I.S0 Same, Com. 4 da 9.i5 Taylor, J. W., lumber. . . . Same, samo 25.00 Tnvinr. Everett, work on road Taylor, Thurman. bldg. brldgo 298.55 Tlchonor, It. U., uom. o ua 2.G0 Samo, Per Dlom 24.30 Whobroy, C. N., lumber ... 5.25 Whltohouse, A. A., work on brldgo coffins I?,'?0 Williams, J. C.00 Wlckllffe. Itobt., expenses for prisoners 00 Wnde, It. C, work & teams . on road -- 0.00 Wanor, Omar I., work Wlthrow. J. I., road bed... 2.00 Adklns, Vurdy, blacksmlthliiR reporting 1.50 Anderson, lllrdlo. Comth G.G0 20.40 Ashby. Hubort, team work.. 16.85 Aldrldgo. Joff, samo 60.00 Adklns. Vurdy, blacksmlthlng 3.00 Hell, T. 1 work. 1912,... 27.99 Hrown, Felix, work on road 6.00 Drown, C. II., same Geo., road drag J.UJJ Haines, 9.00 Hlankenshlp, W. C, sorvlces ns C!lnrk .00 !. 5.00 'I Same, Per Dlcm 3 Crowe, C. V.. lumber ..,,.. iCasoblor, J. F., dynninllo... t'lo &c. .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... - .... I I .... .... .... .... .... .... C .... .,! LOO J. 13 25.00 17.00 7.00 30.00 10.00 " 5.00 Wedding. J- W., road bed . . Wurd, Pen., work on road . WlUon. Jno. , helper llulie, EllU, opoulUK road A-- Ward. II. C. lumber .. ..... .... . . . -Same. oaU JlurlleU, Frank, timber llradley, (lllbert H. Co., book . . lllrkhoad, llulrd. Dr. U j,w Canton. Cook. K. K. K.. O.. , . 8rvc. ,, ioUbo ... :;'" ... . . . 1.$ in- y 7, o live 3 V H.. dvuamlte F.rmdbujl&o... "O.oo llurrlMi. Tom. urk om Kumii. H O.. Iuinur . King. Hoy. uallr . . urk un l.uu.li. lUorije . fil Hitiiitf Hovr. rommlllM Tom. I ! rl .. ?" lll ' IChaneellor, Adam, bolts Cnmpflold. Q. W., lumber. . . . Cobb & Itlciinriis, nans repairing Garden, Wilbur, bridge Clark, W. A., nnlU Duke, J. A., wurk on J. &c Durham, H. L., team &c... Same, luutbur Duko, K. F., nalU itiikn. Oldham work un road Darnell Walter. 1'aliUlnt; brdg IDoiUon, Juo.. work mi road iDuuu. V. H.. Com. 614 da.,.. I'er Diem I Same. Kleriric it. r. ac nuppiy uu, blue print, 1917 Kujton, Albert, null Tnnluv. Tom. labor Tuylor. Until, IIU Tuylor. II- L . roada bed Tlclienor. it. i' . uom. uw.,, Unmii I'.ir Ilium Talur. H. W . I'or Dlm . . . r luaiu Tunuuor. win. Tuylor. II. W . Com. 2 da ... W.illac. lUrdlu, work uu rd. Wlbon. J W hatilliiK WvddliiK. VI"1'. ?" Oou. o . . r'ulkxoiiu. H Ujiu. Vr llm . I- .Coomb. W. M., lumber.... - . 3. GO 7.00 Swain, C. M., Acct. to date.. 3.00 Farmer, C. II., work 50.00 ! St. Clair, II. A., work on road 74,75 3.00 diet, Hugh, wk. on road ', 1.87 3.50 Schroadcr, M. C, work on rd. 3.00 Gabbart, E. F., same 1.15 3.00 ' Swain, P. A nails 1.25 HIncs, Mosc, snmo. 10.00 7.00 Smith, Sherman, lumber 3.00 Harrison. Thos.. same 7.00 Stlmson, J, V. & Co., lumber 19. G9 3.00 Huff Ollle, samo .99 Smith, Charlie, Services, Alms 10.00 Hoover, L, S., nails 185.12 Houso keeper 10.71 17.40 Hockcr & Render, coal 29.50 Johnson, Hnrnle, ropnr. brdg. 22.00 Stinnett, W. A., Interest. . . 376.34 9.00 23.20 Katterjohn, F. W stone . . . 662.19 Shown, Ed, Per Dlcm . The Do Laval is the 1.80 36.00 Thomas Hros., handles &c. 10.00 Laws, J. T., lumber 6,50 o most 2.25 Taut, Clarence, hauling 10.00 Leach, L. F., nails efficient means of 19.25 15.90 Trogdcn, Shelby, labor 20.50 Llvcrmoro, lldw. Co dynamite separating cream from 7.88 8,00 Tnylor Albert, labor C work 10.50 Lake, It. 3.75 1.50 Thomas Hros., nails &p.... 37.50 Lonoy, Emmltt, same milk. It Is ctllclent bo- 5.00 12.00 Taylor, Vc3., sills 40.00 Leach, S. W., Com causo 40 ycar3 of separ- 16.20 G.OO Taylor, B. W., sills Sec Samo, Por Diem 22.50 15.00 4.50 Same, Com. 5 da 3.00 McQuary, T. E bldg. brdg.. . ntor building cxpcrlcnco 9.00 2.50 Same, Per Diem 3.77 ' Martin, T. C, work on bdgo. . has brought the best con- 8.75 19.50 Taylor, Hasll, team work . . . Mlllor. J. E., lumber 2.25 14.00 11.00 Tnylor, L. J., lumber 23 00 May, S. S., work structlou In every detail. Tlclienor, R. C, Com. 1 da . . 3.00 sharpening 4 50 Mathews, P. C 9.00 That's why the Do Laval 2.50 Same, Per Diem grndcr 3.00 1.50 3.50 Wedding, T. N labor 20 00 Murphy, W. M., work skims so close, turns so 9.50 16.00 .Wade, C. N., blasting rock. . . 43 70 Mitchell, J. E hauling easy and lnsts so long. 1.50 103.75 Williams, C. P., sills 33 2S Mldklff, W. P., services 2.50 14.00 Whlttaker, Jesse, hauling lbr. a: bo Martin, It, H work There are moro Do Laval 5.00 13.00 White, Abe, labor &c lu.00 Nelson, J. D., sills separators in uso than ir, oo Nelson, M, II., surveying... 160.00 Westerfleld, Earl, repairing bridge ' 5.50 T all other makes combin-- T 21.89 3 00 Patton Clarence, expenses . . . 26.00 1.50 Wilson, C. A., lumber 07 58 Plckcrlll, Jeff, hauling ed. Make it an 5.45 Wedding, J. W work with 1! 05 Roach, Chester, lumber 10.50 T present. .team S.00 75 03 Renfrow, C. E &c, hauling One that your Wedding Alphnls, same 3.50 8.00 :'o oo Roberts, A. M., lumber 3G Wedding, J. W., lunfbcr &c. 16.30 wife will enjoy twice a 1.03 'Robertson, Homer, lumber. 118. 19.74 Wllkerson George, hauling' &c 10.00 G.S7 Ronfrow, F. & Co., dynamite day, every day In tho 4.00 7.50 Austin, Holier, sailie . .' 2.00 Richardson, S. L., work 2.00 J year, and it will pay for Same, same 5.25 14.20 Rico, E. F., hauling G.OO Allen, John, team 4.00 30.82 I Rice, H. F., Coin G.OO Acton Hros., chairs 15.75 J Itself every year you uso 3S.10 Same, Per Diem 12.50 15.00 Same, Mdse. Jail It. Ask us about it. 7.75 Halley, C. E., work 7.50 3.00 Adklns, Vlrdy, blacksmith.. 44.75 Rannoy, Leo, samo 15,00 8.59 Hlankenshlp, W. C, lumber 13., hoso &c 130.63 Rogers, E. 120.9G 42.75 Same, Services Clerk Scott, O. E. work G.OO 25.00 Same, Per Diem 10.00 Sheffield. A. A., sills 1G 12 2G.10 Harnard, J. T., lumbor 7.00 Sharp, C. W., lumber 23.26 3.50 Hrown. ' eorge labor.. .. 10.50 Smith, Wilbur, brldgo wk.. . . Beaver Dam, Ky. 2.24 9.00 Hozarth, Ira, lumber 1G.50 Smith, A. E.. dynamite Both Phones. 4.20 3.70 Heaver Dam Drlok Co., bats. H nails 27.28 Stowart, J. 6 00 20.00 Hutler, Mrs. T. E team &e. . 5.00 Smith, Jno., lumbor 25.00 1.50 Uaize, Ellis, building levee. . 75.00 Swain, It. I., sharpening gdr. 30.00 5.75 Henton, Roy, bridge 7.50 Smith, A. C, dynamite 6 45 15.00 Honnctt, W. P., axel grease. . 10. SO Smith, Wlnson, Com 6.00 Bci.iiftt, W. C, same 155 Snmo. Per Dlcm G.OO Talrd, l.. S - c, servK'H.. I 1" 5o 2.00 Shown, Ed, Per. Dlom 3 50 7.50 Smith, J. L.. bdge. work.. . 41.00 ChloK, Ambio- work on ro 1.40 Wilbur, 20.00 Wallace. C. F., building bdge. 1640 Chlnn, Raymond,same 3.G7 samo 10.00 Chick, White, Abo., road bed 2 3! Carson, John, same I)., material for 369.90 Williams, J. 3 00 7.20 Chlnn, Dee, same road 10. S7 2.00 19.06 Chick, Will, team wprk ,. blncksmlthlng C.75 Same, .17 '. 19.00 Chlnn, Arthur, same work &c 14.87 Whittnkcr.F., team, on road.'. 6.0' 7.00 Cooper, W. C, coal 3.00 Austin, I. Ray, nails 3.50 .90 Crowder, E. C, team & labor 9.00 Addtngton, M team &C 7.50 15.00 Craig, C. A., same L. 3.00 Asklns, E. F., C Coal Co., &c .62 Casebler, J.Otha, dynamite &c 14.75 7.00 Halrd, Dam water bucket convoying Dexter, 47.07 Heaver 2.00 Grand Jury 12.2T THE UNIVERSAL CAR 15.75 iinri-nas- . 7,00 145.24 Duke, II. O., team E. C. lumber 49.70 6.00 bdgo 5.00 Duff, Ollle, team 5.00 Henton, M. E.. repairing 10.50 Powell, Rufus, lumber. ..'... 51.05 Probably there is no other car that evcrjr day 10.00 lllonnett, II. It., lumber 3 da 9.00 Dean, W. S Com. in the year meets the demand of the physician 20.55 Hlankenshlp, W. C., , services, 251.82 Same, Per Dlom 6.00 as Clerk as does the Ford Coupe, with its permanent 3G.75 1 00 9.00 Duke, J, A., repairs V)lcm 7.50 Same, Per Planing Mill Co., top, its broad scat and deep upholstering, its 5 45 paper Electric Dlue Print Co., Heaver Dam 4.50 sliding plate glass windows, by which in a minute 10.25 Ford, J. ' repairing bdgo. 33 52 voting booths 17.C5 3 00 the car is changed from a closed car to an open IS. 10 Finn, S. P., same Same, brlrfco 19.70 56. 5G 2.50 Farmer, Dave, lumber &c. . . . car. Equipped with an electricstartipg and 2.S5 'Harnett, A. M., repar. bdge. . S. L., Com. &c. . . 3.30 1.50 Fulkerson, lighting system, demountable rims with 71.14 Uaughn. Otis, work on roati G.OO Same', Per Dlcm lG.5n Heaver Dam Hrlck Co., brick inch tires all around and embodying all the 4.00 4.00 Gray, W. R., hauling bats 29.95 2.00 established merits and. economies of the Ford 3.75 Same, same Hrown, J. S., lumbar 17.32 21.00 2.50 Gist, Hugh, team fee car. Let us look after your Ford car and ycu 7G.50 HIshop, E. E., team work.: . , Gilliam, W. H., work on road 29.25 2.50 will get genuine Ford parts and skilled 43G.82 Dennett, Mont, labor Gillespie Bros blacksmith. . 2.80 10.00 Casebler, J. P., dynamlto... 1G.30 Glenn, J. S. house rent. . . 15.00 6.61 3.00 ' Same, same 3.32 13.71 Hodges, J T., labor 15.00 Same, same S 7.G0 Chapman, J. A., work on rd. 12 25 Hunter, G. C, repairing bdgo 7.00 H powder 3.00 2.00 Hinton, 14.44 Carter. J. M.. lbr. frc 2.25 Huff, C. L., lumber E. P. BARNES & BRO., 10.00 'Carson, U. S., dynamite &c. 70.05 8.00 Hoover, L. S. & Son, Coffin. . 12.25 ICrahan & Smtthm, bal. due .75 Beaver Dam, Ky.. 821.27 Hartford Mill Co., grate back In full 50.00 2.SG 5.40 Hocker & Render, coal . . . ' 4.50 Chancellor, Adam, bolts &c. Hf?7o-.-r.'- ; 9.00 9.50 Harrison, C. q., labor 5.00 Duke, E. F., nails 4.50 G0.0O Havens, Arthur, samo 1S.00 (Duke, II. O., lumber &c.... 15.00 Holbrook, Rowan, expense on 15.00 Dean, W. S.. Com. 5 da 8.00 flag pole 9.00 14.00 Same, Per Dlom 1.65 7.G5 Her, R. E., medicine G.75 Fulkorson, S. L , Com. 2 da. . 4.00 9.00 Jackson, R..S., hauling 9.00 Same, Per Dlom 2.00 2.S0 King M. D., conveying G. Jury 3.75 Fordsvlllo Pig. Co., bolts &c. 1.50 hauling King, 3.00 Foreman, Ed., work on bdgo. 15.10 Leach, J. E work on road. . . 15.75 Geo., 21.75 Samo, bldg. bridge 9.00 S. W., committee 196.94 Gillespie Hros., blacksmlthlng 13.55 Leach, Per Diem 6.00 17.70 Samo, 3.00 Samo, bolts 4.50 F.; 3.00 Gist, Hugh, team and labpr. . G2.50 Leach, Chestersame labor 3.G7 17.5Q Monroe, V., 10.00 Gilliam, Lon team 6.00 Martin, W. E., samo 101. SO Hub Clothing Co., Mdso. A. 2.75 34.25 Moseley, E. K nails Houso 4.50 50.00 S.3G Martin, R. H., land for road 10.00 Hocker & Render, coal 15.00 1.00 Myers, Frank, work on road 7.10 Hoover, Clifton, work on road 1.00 Mldklff W. P., sorvlces Jailer, 56.95 10.00 Humphrey, V. II., samo . . ." 5.00 Ohio Co. Drug Co., school 4.75 Hocker, Scioto, bldg. bdge.. 19.30 books 3.00 Howard, W. F labor & teams 4S.75 Samo, drugs 11.24 16.50 12.00 Hlckey. T. L., sills &c 3.60' J 1.50 Same, stationery 27.50 Howard, E. M., lnbor 35.00 1.50 ?Pntton, Clarence, lumber . . S0.7G Harder, Irvln, samo vmm- 7.00 Park, Dr. A. D visits Cook 4.f Hardlstor. Tom, hauling wrnnfontsl5Tluid Drachm 5.00 children 2.00 team, labor 3.00 Haynes, Waldon, 16.00 2.00 Rogers, E. E onglneor on road 15.00 Hnynes, Allison, work 8.00 Samo, team 3.00 illarl, J. C. arresting II. 12.00 Robinson, Homer, lumbor . . . 105.00 For Infants and Children. 3.00 Keown 4.70 telophono Rogers, E. E., Hartford Republican, printing ... 9.00 277.90 Rice, H. F Committee 10.00 ballots G.OO 2.50 Same, Per Diem 13.00 Hoagland. Dennis, hauling lbr 15.57 4.00 Rogers, Tom, labor livery Her, W. 0.. 2.50 15.40 Rogers, Tuoll, labor S.90 Illor. J. C, Mdse. Co. Jail... 4.00 3.25 Stevens, S. L., team Clarence, powdor &c 10.00 James, 4.00 34.25 Stevens, Otis, samo 'Johnson, Lee, teams &c 2.25 9.00 Smith, Wlnson, Committee. Knttnrlolm. F. W.. Con. Co.. 25.00 G.OO 4S2.93 Same, Per Diem 3.10 stone 11.20 107.69 Shown, Ernest, lumbor Kollcy, C. A., lumber 31.50 Smith, Earl, team 10.00 Keown, S. O., sorvlces sheriff 29S.70 Smith, Jehu, lumber 15.00 S.00 Kolley & Foreman, lumber. 135. SS 2G.65 11.94 Sutton, John, coal 15.00 King, J. II., same 6.00 90.00 Shown, Ed., Per Dlom 3.00 Kirk. A. I)., Offlco ront Alms 3.00 JLogsdon. J. N., labor &c... 78.22 Smith, Charlie, services 152.65 ThcrcbyPromoilniDi4ton. House keeper 13.50 9.25 Leach, Geo., labor 7.00 Scott. Jno. T caring for C. 1S.00 7.50 iLoney, Emmltt. team work. ., Chccnumws ';vwvr nor i children 15.00 '7.30 Leach, S. W Com. !l. da 4.00 9.00 Taylor, Henry, hauling Samo, Por Dlcm II 2.00 Same, samo 183.68 Martin, W. E., team work.. 12.00 Tnte, M.. M.. labor 14,00 it 8.00 G.OO Same, convoying Com'r 5.00 Taylor, F. L., team . NSS1 15.70 Maddox, W. II., labor on road 25.00 Taylor, J. W lumber SG.02 I t Snn 16.SG 109.40 Muffett. John, lumber ig?. 6.75 Same, toam 3.00 n,l 2.50 Miller, Luther, sills P.A tl.A ..A1. 10.32 5.25 liiumua iiiua,, uAuia wu 2.80 'Martin. A. L.. labor on rood 7,00 Tnylor, Thomas, team 135.00 Moneley, N. W., lumbor. . . 7 20 4.50 Tlclienor, Doward, hauling. . .. G.90 Maples. Frank, sills &c 6.00 2.00 ".Chenor. R. C. Per Dlom Orr, Ollle, work on road GOO I Tuylor, 11. W . same :s'.5 8.00 Patton, Clarence, lumber... 278.17 Taylur. Courllnnd, work . . AhcIrfulBenwJyftr 4 50 atf 76.30 l All 1.50 Patton, J, L.. labor &e .JJ7-G 00 brldae. 11.75 Vlck, Alex, work on .. . . 2.00 Porter, L. L., sill &c 1 05 Vnde, Cheater, labor 35.75 WhIUIiiKhlll, H. O.. 24.30 Same, Inbur &c iom c 29 10 7.50 Williams, 16.10 Plrtle, James, rock J. D. & Sun, black-umlt- u lrcsuUinl5S2raa', 10.42 3.00 Ralph, II. W., lumber 4.35 19.25 WlUon, Juo. II., repair . . 33.75 Hotter. Tom., labor 60 00 3.00 lUiberUon. I. A., lumber . . . . 120.43 Samo. expenioa ., 3 31 ' 6.45 ejq 19.25 Row, A. H . muckiiultu. AiuUrsou, lllrdlo, reporting 16.50 Richardson, W. C, repairing 48.85 evidence 6.00 brldgo 6.00 110 40 SOTSmc. 7.0U Athby. C. It., lumber lllcu, K. P., team work (Continued on Eighth I'uko.j 7.00 3 da.. . 5.45 Hire, K. I... team wk. ? 11.00 1.00 Rice. II. V., Cum. 3 da. la i if O.OO 4.00 .Same, Per Dlum l)uup.ealu(i coukIi that ruUt or 6.40 illnury 3.00 Hubert. A M., lumber rtmdle reo,ulro both external 15.00 ItUtuvll. V T. billldliiK bdKU 19.00 and luloruul treatment. If you buy Weathurford, & 3.00 lluufrow 19.i u dollar bolllo of la!Urd' l(oro 6.00 null &o . Copy of Wrapfcr. 1M (INItV '' 13.06 huund Syrup you Kt the Imu rume ,. .. tt.00 Hnvdur, J. W .coal 1.16 A. II.. Iniutt 13.00 Riley. Dr. die you need for Dim price of one. 6.00 Ho, J M.. vork on Mn., . 21.31 d Cupper l'or & Inbur. . 31.16 There I a INrrlck' 4.60 Smith. Karl. Iam Mo on I'luiUr fur Inn chwt. jrou lth 3.&J Riulih, Wlnoii, (Jum. 3 ua . . So Dlum .n 84iu. Hold by Ohio Comity ach. Cull on Tho Hartford ItopubUcan for Fine Job Print- H )ru but lie. i u Rhulti. I.ulhur. InlHir Co. in tt uo un ruid 36 v XTuuuniy, ..'...... ... .... fill : .... .... t j .... .... X-m- as j t I I I ' J. D. Williams I 6 Sons .... .... .... .... 3j I I .... .... &' .... QjiMrnMCnfcl. .... .... CASTORIA Genuine Castoria I .... ill itnpmiiJ" "f." Mothers Know That Always Bears the Signature of AJiir I i ... VJ-0- In .,,,........... ..... W ,: CI Use For Over .... .... ... ib Thirty Years CASTORIA ti.aijvu-- . K;t ll-- l'r Hhvr. r'IU. Mrk mtf, woiK LiouYtfiou rj- - v FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued from Sovcnth Pago.) Snmo, atimo BiUtifll. Wm., lumlicr llorryman, A. C, lumber . . . ninnlstmtfiln. W. C, Tor Diem Curtis. J. 12 . convoying road Jtoilck, J. I., samo Madtlox, D. L., samo Maples, S O., inmo Clark, J. I., samo ...Uos, J. ii., samo 2.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 2 00 4.10 j I Stewart. J. II., samo Drake, VirRll, samo 4.80 Longford, Wllllo, samo IT.. 00 2.25 ' Keown, N. II., snmo 3.00 Jloover, V. II., samo Froymlro, T. H., samo O.G0 Miller, Joo, samo Ins., same 3.00 Walker. Jack,T., same Demi. TV. S., Per Diem 2.25 Ciowder, II. repairing lid bo. WlliAit, C 30.14 llnlns, It. II. who .taught, r I... sills Lllos, Evcrott. samo FuIUojvju, S. L. holding In- s.so Monroe. J. II samo uuost iinnii 3.00 Mnlth, Ellis, samo Samp, l'er llnm 1)., 15.00 Held, D. Luther, samo Pord, ."lic'lltf, trams ftp 1.50 Hender, Griffin. W. T , sill? COO Miller, Allen, samo Hartford Herald, .'dv 9.1 0 Harnes, It. II., samo Hub noJblnR Co , JMcc for J. 8.95 Williams, J. n.( samo . Samo, Mdse. Alms House . . . Cook, W. H., samo . Harroll, W. O., mnkliiR culverts 33. TJtomas, W. P., samo 33.96 .. . culverts samo 15.30 Hocker, L. W., samo Keown, S. O., sorvlces sheriff E. 3.70 Rog6rs, A. MP., snmo Neal, "Will, hauling Suilth, Itoburlson, P. A., lumber. . . . 18.05 Tlchonor, S. J., samo 3.00 nice, II. P., l'er Diem 11., samo 12.G0 Render, S. Shown, Clayton, lumber... 30.40 lirown, W. E samo Sutton, Jno coal , 2.00 Calloway, V. E.. samo Spencer, G. M., hauling, 3.00 Ilishop, U. M., sumu Shown. Etl.. l'er Diem 3.00 Cox, O. C, samo Smith, Wlnson, Per Diem . . . 3.00 France, A. L., samo Taylor, IJ. W Per Diem . . . 3.00 Maddux, V. l'., samo Tichcnor. It. C, Per Diem . . . 7.2C Ilarnard, II. G., samo Wright, Obe, repairing grader 8.00 Miller, C. E., samo Wllllnms, .1. C, coffin Hrovrilor, W. W., Farm Agt.. 400.00 Iloby, J. V., samo Mlllor, Win., samo Election Ofllrors, Augiixt 1017. 4.00 Drown, Sandford, samo Clark, J. I., Election-office4.00 Lltsoy, Juno, same Foster, J. V., same 2.00 Keown, G. W., samo Elites, J. II.,' same 2.00 Walker, I) samo Maples, Earl, same 4.40 Holicrts, J. II., same laigforil, W. I., aamo Harrison, 4.4a McKlnley, J. II., samo Kcawn, N. 11., samo F. T., samo 2.00 Itanney, C. W saent 2.00 Phillips, W. H.. samo Langford, Everett, same . . . 4.40 Rhonda, C. It., samo Pryniire, T. 11., samo 4.40 Vilson, Jack, samo Geary, VfcC , same 2.00 Keone, W. C, samo Miller, Joe, samo 2.00 Petty, 0car, samo McDanlel, J. B., samo 3.95 Duff, O. W., samo Italcy, (1 E., samo 3.95 Patterson. M. S., same Thompson, C. H., samo . . . 2.00 Itoovor, J. It., samo Hatler, W. W., samo 2.00 Felix, II. T. snmo Idles,' Everett, samo 2.80 White, X. ., ame Smith, Ellis, samo 80 Magan, O. C. samo Held. D. II., same o no Blair, Wnltor, s.uue Render, L. II., samo 2,oo ' HolbrooK. J D., aamo Barnes, K. II., samo ' n'go HuiLson, C. D.. same Rnmmnge, I). H., same ojso Bartlett. I). B., samo Williams, J. D., same Barnes, H. II. , samo 200 Howard, Ira, samo . 00 Fuiik, J. k., same Thomas, W. P., same . . . .,. 3.00 Shown, Hosea, samo Sncll, S. I!., same 3.1)0 Williams, Itufus, samo Austin, J. A., samo 2.00 Owisti. Kov. same Kendcr, E. F., samo 2.00 Heflin. W. M., samo Smith, A. M., samo Header, S. II., f.amo?r. ....".. 3.15 Tanner, T. F snmo Boyii, T. H., satnog 3.15 Klminol, Ii. A., same Hockcr, Scioto, samo 2.00 Morris, C. P., same Bishop, O. M.J same 2.00 Fulkcrsou, Alvls, samo Addington, W. Mv same 3.90 Wood, J. H.. same Franco, A. L., same 3.9fr Llndley, Nat, samo Hill, J. C. hame 2.00 Nail, J. N., same Barnard, II. G., samo 2O0i Taylor, T. II., same Trimian, L. W , same 520 James, S. It., samo 0 itcnirow, a. it., Huuiu Park, Wm., ame , same . , 00 Thomas. J. Miller. W. II.. same Oft Carter, C. C, samo- Miller. C. E same Lltsey, June, tamo 20 Boswell, T. S same Cheek, J. P.. same 20 Owen, It. A., Election officer 0U Raymond. J. A., samo Keown, W. T., samo I., Miller, It. I., same 2.00! l Harder, C.A., samo same 5 co - Greer, J. McKinlev. G. G.. same r'ftn Scott, O. E.. same Wade, W. X,., samo Kynis, J. C, samo 2.00 Honnptt. T. W.. same . . q"on ICaseblcr. W. A., samo Phillips. W. IL, samo r. nn 'Taylor, H. II., airac Urajat, . is., samo TiiTV. a'i. ftufus, same 6.00 HV,r,,lolt;.?- X" 8am WMUInghlll C. T., same 2.00 Mlllor, Vircil. same . . 2 00 "NIMklff, Grunt, samo Petty, Oscar, samo 5. 20 Huyncs, Allison, samo . I'auerson, M. S., same . . . 5.21) Byers, J. It., samo . . . Tramnn. "E. W.. same samo U., samo 2.00 Howell, O. 11., samo . .. .. White, X 2.0ft Arnold, C. V.. Felix, H. T., aamo samo 3.60 Alford. D.P.M 11..samo Blair, W. P., same 3. CO Park. 3taj?an, O. C. samo samo 2.00 Stewart, John, same . .. .. Ilulhrook. J. 1)., samo 2.00 Loney, f. II., M., samo-- . Hudson, C. D., samo . . . . L. 3.90 McFarland, M., samo . . Baxili'tt, D. B., same ..'. . 3.00 Moore, J. llosranl, Ira, same 2.00 Kirtloy, Ed., same . . .. .. ShriA'.'i, ltosea, same' JicICliiley, Chas., same... 2.00 Phipps, G. M., same J 3.40 Southard, of L... samo allowed' Williams, Rnfus, same. . . . Claims List 3.40 Charlel, li. E samo . . . 2.00 plowing on road, (1 1917. ...n1 O.wen, Hoy., samo 11. ..A .1 .In.... 0 00 "VU ' "",UI1. " ")a nunv FpfUn, W. M., samo ,011 road o'oq Kimmcll, U A'same Vso IJozarth, Clayton, l',t, same. Barnard, W. P., samo . . . r. i., i, 2.00 illinium, Cecil 3&, luiuu Everly, C. B., samo 2.00 Barnard, Ben H..1, samo... Chancellor, Wm., samo... samo... 3.90 Dennett.A. W 1, samo Nail, J. N., Election officer 3.90 Black, Llndley, Nat, samo 2.00 Black, Ed, 1, samo Taylor, U. C, same) 2.00 Black, Frank, 1.1, samo . . . Jam or, S. It., ;amo same 4.40 Coppaco, Willi", Itrnirow, A. It., samb . . . a in nuiiif. i, bjmii; Bcarrt'tt, Sam, samo 2(,o Collins, Babe. 1, samo Shultz, J. T ?ame o'oo Cummlngs, Jim, 1, samo . . . Carter, C. C, samo Tfiii Campbell Walter. 1, same .. Patton, J. I., samo Jsn Chlnn. T. H., 34. samo 3larnond, J. A., .samo . . . o m, Samo. coal Gi5r, J. A., samo Va.i Duvall, M. L 1 da. work on Ow n. It. A., samo roan 3.80 Samp, repairs on plow Scott, O. E., samo 3.80 "Bernett, T. W samo 3 2.00 Delmcry, L. P.. da. wk with Tnylur, II. B., samo o am loam Shvphert, J. J., samo . . . r Ko Davis, llobprt. 1, samo . . Miller. Virgil, same san-.. .. 000 DanUI.J U.. Hunletto, G. M., same . . uauini. janios, -- , nuu-2.00 llayncs, II. W Bamo Daniel, .'use, 3, samo. S. G., samo . . . 2.00 Mlilkld, Boy, 5.40 Iianlol. Moso, 3, samo .. "Bjers, J. it., samo 1, samo... Duvall, 5.40 T.UIs. samo . . . Stratton, It. J., S. K 2, samo . . O. B., samo 2.00 llowcir, 2.00 Foriiinan, Itoy, Jones, Ira, samo .l.imiii, 2, styno ... 2.80 (i-Louoy, L. I)., samo 2.80 l.rUfi". J Mil. 1, samo . . StewnTt, John, samo 2.00 Sano, 't, samo 1'arU, D. M., same 2.00 Horkur. S A., 4, samo . McFarland, L. M., samo . . 3. Gil Howard. T A. 4, samo .. Mooro, J. M., samo 3. GO Johnson, iUo, 1, sam-- i . Itannoy, Gny, samo 2.0i Keown. S. O.. 6, samo Chnmley, M. F., samo . . . . 2.00 King, Erton, 3, Bamo, etc. Southard, J. E samo Officers November, 1017 .Luuterwasscr, itobort, samo 2.00 Comlis, Leslie Election officer 2.00 Lnshbrooks, Itufus, 2, samo . Keown, 13. P., same , samo 2.00 Malln. N. A., Ilarnard, E. P., same . . . 2.00 .Moore, Energy, 1, samo Ellin, S. II., samo 2.00 Mooro, J. M., 1, samo Riley, S. F., samo 2.00 'Miller, Charllo, 2V&,snniQ... Thomas, J. H samo . . . 2.00 Murphy, A., 7, samo Harnett, S. T samo . . . 2.00 Maplos, Frank, 3, samo ilnrtln, Otto C, same . . 2.80 Mlllor, Luther, 3, samo Shown, C. B., samo . . . ?.8ft Minton, Lonoy, 3, samo . . .. BMrd. J. A. sp"io 2.00 May, Van, 2, samo Humphrey, W. "II., same . 2.00 Milburn, J. It., 4, samo 1'arks, W. Q.. sumo . . . . 3.60 Nail, J. F.. 2 Vt , aamo samo Westerficlil. J. 3.60 PIckoroll, L. J., Vi day. "o Rentruw, W. V., same . . 2.00 Pirtle, Henry, 1, samo Mitchell. J. E samo . , CO Hoach, Vcola, 3, samo . , . . 2. . AVeller. lafo. samo 4.40 Hoach, Chester, lA, samo. . . . AV'8torfIold. J. C, samo 4.40 Koailor, J. W., 4, samo Taal, W. A., samo . . . samo..., 2.00 Itock, Sholby, . I)r.ui;hu, A. C, same 2.00 Ithoads, E. E 2Vi. samo. Moaley, C. W., samo . . 3.90 Hussoll, Barrett, C, samo... Stewurt Delmer, samo . 3.90 Smith, J. F 2, samo Haven, C. I)., same . . . 2.00 Smith, Irvln, 5, samo Shields, Warren, samo . 2.00 Smith, C, 4, samo Taylor, Sherman, samo 4.50 ShiiYor, J. T.. 2, samo Taylor, N. M.. aamo . . 4. GO Stowart. I). M., 2, samo.... Taylor, II. A., samo . , . 2.00 Tally, F. W IVt, samo limtoa. Q. M., oamo . . . ' 2,00 Voylcs, L. V., 2, samo Bennett. V. P.. Hamo 4.00 Wallace, Finis, G, same.... Woodburn. B. C, samo samo.. 4.00 Wullueo, Frank, Ho., J. V samo littntor, S. C, anno .... ..... 4.10 2.00 2.00 4.40 4.40 2.00 3.95 I. .... 2.00 ;!00 2.o0 2. .SO 3 tlTi .... 2.80 2.00 2.00 2.80 2.80 2.00 2.00 .., 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 t.. r. .... .... .... -- - ... .... .... .... a ... .... .... .... .... .... .... 2. . l.sama ...... Kh-cilo- 2, ' .... C .... .... 1, .., .,,.., .... ,.... 1', since Sold in 3.00 2.00 3.90 Wblttaker, G. C, G, same. .. 10.Q0 Because: Siilplmr Springs. 3.90 ' h e wagon; It will Inst longer than the 2.00 Aldrldgc. Joff, 1 4,' same. . . . 3.00 wide-trac- k wagon;. It will run more smoothly than the old-sty2.00 Iloan. W. F., 3, samo COO 5.20 llartlett, A, 1, samo ruts made by the automobile; It will help maintain tho uniform 56-inc2.00 5.20 linker llros., 3 samo 9.00 !t will save nutomobili tires, nnd reduce repair bills on both wofjon nnd auto; 2.00 Brown, Felix, Hi, samo... 3.00 to follow road conditions without any twisting strains; it allows the wlic-til2.00 Bennett, J. P., 5, same 12.50 It hnn the best constructed front gear ever put on a wagon; 5.20 Bnllaril, Jnmes, ,same... 1.00 5.20 Bozarth, Ira, 2, samo It will identify you ns a progressive farmer; 4.00 2.0ft Same, 1(i, same , 2.25 wagon Jins been out of date since all motor vehicles were made only in The 2.01' Baxley, C. C, 1, samo 2.00 trade; h 5.60 Berry, W. E , 1, same 2.00 5.60 Baker, Byron, 2, same 3.00 And most important of all you get more real value for your money when you ' 2.0C Baker, Tarvln, 4.samo &c... Weber wagon than in 12.00 standardized, auto-trac- k buy n fifth-whee- l, 2.00 linker. W. E., M, samo 1.0' a the purchase of any other wagon on the market COO Same, 1, samo 2.0ft COO Same, 3M-- , 2 teams 14.00 The, nest time you happen to be in town drop in. and let's have a little wagon 2.00 Baker, TIce. 1, same 2.00 argument. 2.00 Coots, Palestine, 1 same... 2.00 5..M Cox, Earl. samo 3.00 5.20 Dover, M. L., 2samo Sold By LUTHER CHINN, 4.00 2.00 Dover, Wayne, 5. 00 samo... Beaver Dam,. Ky. 2.00 Dodsoii. J. H., 3 Oft same.. . . 3.60 Duke, It. A., 1 M, samMo. . . . 3.00 3 60 Duke, II. O., 4; same. S.00 2.00 Duke, E. D., 3, same 6.00 "THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON 2.0Q Duke, E. D., 3 days with 3 90 team on road 6.00 3.90 Foreman. J. O., 3, snmo 10.00 Emliry, Abo, 6, same... 12.00 Boswell, W. G., 1, same 2.00 Flener, Durkey. 1. sumo.... Cool Sitriuj;. 2.00 2.00 Same, 1 ',1- same 2.00 Flcnor, Buck, bridge sills. . . 2.00 Eislor, Ed., 1, samo.... 3.00 Brown, Carl, 1, samo S.00 Taught, E., 3, same same 3.40 Flonor. 11., 1, suine 600 Black, T. D., 2.0(1 j Brown, Newt, 4, samo Daniel, Geo., M, same 3.40 Ferguhon. V. It., 6Vj, same. . 13.00 Brown, Otis, snmo.... 3.00 Karris, Isom, 2 days with C.l.O 2.0i Fenn. S. P., hi, same 5.00 Emory, J. T 1 14, samo. . . . team 9.00 Benton, Hoy, 3, snmo .00 Same, l'.G. same 6.00 Hnzclrlgg, Jno., 3 ',4, snem. . . 4.00 Eaitght, Enimitt, 3, samo. 2.25 Brown, C. N., 2,' same 3.80 Gabbert, E. P., 9. same 2.00 Hudson, .Jesse, 2, same.... 4.0f' Eord, Jesse T., 1, same. . . IS. Oft I'Bouymnn, A. C, 2, same. .. . 3.SU dodsoy, James, 6, Coff, Lawrence, 2, 5amo. 4.00 Jackson, R. S., 3, same samo.... 12.00 Same, 100 J.ft.N.,lumber with 2.00 Gist, Hugh. 3, samo Geary, V. C 1, samo.... same 2.00 Leach, D. C, 2 day COO Berryman, 4.00 Leach, D. C, 214, same.... 2.00 Hayes, L. T., 4.0a Goff, It. G., 2, same . ttuim , same.... 1.0ft C.OO Knight, A. L., 1, same 0.0 0 Heath, P. M., 3, samo... 3.90 Hunt, J. L . 1 . same 2.25 Campfleld, Jess, 4 . same. 12.00 Miller, Hiram, 5, same 3.90 Hinton. Will. lVs, same... 4.00 Stiller, Win, 6, same.... 3 00 Cox, L. T., 2, samo........ 5.00 Mauzy, E. S.. 4 14, same 2.00 Johnson, Wilhurn, 1, samo. .S.00 Morris, James, 2V4, same. 2 00 Davenport, R. V., 2. 2 loams T2.00 McCoy, J. P., 1, Mine 2.00 same, vt, same 9.00 Murphoy, C. II., 6, same.. : Davenport lister, 4,,, 1 team . rir.ao Pholps, Will, 2, same 4. 8.00 Park, Earl, 5, same, 4, samo. . . King. 6.00 Daonport, It. B.. 3. same 4.00 Smith, D. IL, 114, same.... 4.0 Rcnfrow, Jnn. G., 2, samo . 4.10 KpIIcv. J.W. E., 1, same 2.00 Dortch, Baker 2, same. . . 4.00 Sandifer, R. S., 2. same 2.00 Lee, Robert E., 5&. samp &c 11.00 Elliott, Briih, fl, samo 12.00 Itenfrow, J. C, 2, same.. 7.00 Sandifer, N. T., 2, samo.... 2.00 MaRan, Clyde, t, 1 team.... 2.00 Rcnfrow, Marvin, 3l,, same 8.00 Elliott, Clark. 1, samo..... 6.00 Smith Bros., 414, samo 4.50 Miller, A. B.. 2, same 2.00 Rcnfrow; Everett, 3, samo. . 4.00 Elliott, DouKlaSKli same... 6.00 Taylor, II. L., 114, same. . . . 5.00 Itallcy, Worth, 3, samo 4.50 Same, same 100 Knight, J. T. Jr., 2&, same ... 6.00 Wilson, Joo S., 3, sacm 2.00 Murphy, Y. M.. 2, same 6.0.0 Same, 5, same 4.00 Lee, C. it., 3, same r.oo Taylor, W. B., 13, samo &c. . 6.00 Wilson, Musker, 3, same.. 2.00 Maden, Earl. 1 .'..00 Leach, J. A., 3, samo same.. . SO Wilson, Tom, 3 &, samo.. 7.00 Taylor, Lee, 5, same 2.00 3. 34.00 Mnxcy, Joe, 1, samo Mitchell, J. B., 17. samo 12.00 Taylor, Henry Will, '3, same .1.80 Mitchell, John, G, same 5.00 Wood, Roscoo, 6, same.... 10.00 Madtlox, S. W. 2 J,, snmc. . . Vellor, Mrs. Jno., 2, same.. 4.00 2.00 Mitchell, J. E.. 12. sama Itoiiuc. 24.00 Shults, Joe, 2, same 2 0( Pollard, Aaron, 2, same. . . 6.00 Armstrong, Geo., 3, samo . . Shultz, Sum, 3, samo .1 00 6.00 Wcstcrfield. P. F., 1, same. . . COO Patton, James, . Williams, Min., 2, same.... 4.00 Allen. Frank, 2, same.... 9.00 Shxrtm, Jake. 2. same..... 2. s.v..c 4.00 C.OO COO G.25 Smith, Logan, 3, sacm Pierce, W. Ii.. 2'i. same Allen, Oscar, 4, same.... 8.00 Williams, O. W., 6, same. . . S.0U Taylor, Raymond, 4, samo. . . 2.00 Itenfrow, Claud. 2H:. Mime. . W. Beaver Dam. 5.00 29.00 Amos, Gettle, 14 Va. samo.. G.00 Ashford, S. F., 2, same, 2 00 Rpnfrow, W. II., 2. samo. . . . 4.00 Taylor, C. W-- , 3, same.... 4.00 Baugh, Boyd, 1, same C.40 St. Clair, II. A., 3 . same. . . ' : Oft Taylor, J. C. 3, same..... 6.00 lirown, SI., ... 5.00 Chlnn, A. S.. 4, same 4.00 Ilnsham, Andy. 2, samo. 5.40 St. Clair, Hoy, 7, samo.... 14 00 Taylor, It. II., 2. samo 4.00 Paxton, J. P., 1, same 6.00 HaiHoy, Granville, 1,samo... . Taylor, II. L., 3, same..... 2.00 Splnks, G. W.. 5, same 10.00 same. 2.00 Paxton, J. W., 214, same. . . 4 00 2.00 Tiirnham. Tom, 6, same..,. Same, 2, samo 12. )) Bryant, C. A., 10.00 Reld, Gordon, 1, same 2.80 Taylor, R. L 2, same 4.00 Baize, E. C, 5, 5& samo.. Taylor, II. A., 2, same 4.00 same 10.00 Ward, Emanuel. 2, same. . . . 4.00 Baize, R. L., 5, samo 2.80 Toms, A. T., , same .75 Taylor, N. M 2, samo.... 10.00 Wade, Dolan, same... 2.00 White, C. W-- , I , same, 191C Womnck, CaL, 3 days with 2.25 Baizo, Wabic, 2, samo.... 4.00 Mclfcnry. 2.00 6.00 Criimcs, Floyd, team samo. . 5.00 Chlnn, Solon, 1, samo MiiKiui. 3.50 North Rorkport Xo. K. Cooper, I). N 2Vs, samo.'. 5.00 Chlnn, E. L 1, same, 1916. . 13.00 3. GO Babbitt. II. L., G'j. same... S.00 Chlnn, Elvis, 1, same 4.00 Criimcs, C. W 4, same. . . . 6.00 Brown, Allcdorc, 2, samo... 2.00 Babbitt, S. V., 3, same S.00 Chapman, Henry, 1, same . . . 4.00 Camp, N. C, 4, samo 3.0Q Carter, Jackson, 2, same... 2 Oft Same, IVi. same 3 00 Chapman, E. F., 4, same. : . . 0.00 Crowder, Thomas, 1 V. samo 4.00 Frame, W. S., 3, bamo . . . for Calloway, A. M--L., 2. samo... . 2 00 Daniel, O. C, 3, samo.... 5.25 GIvcns, Levi. 1 day with team Coppago. J. . 3A, 2 teams 14.00 Maildor, W. S 1, samo. . . 1 00 Faught, T. L., 5, samo.... lOJlO McKennoy, E. M., 1, samo . . . Evans, Mrs. Elton, 3, snmo. . . 0.00 Muddox, A. L., 2, samo. Foster, Spurgeoii, 1, samo. . 2.00 McConnell, Ghas., 214, same. South Rockport No. 7. 3.25 4.00 Edge, J. S.', I, samo & nails. . 4.00 Smith, A. M., 3, samo t fii Goff, Robert, 2, same... 1.G0 Overtoil, VT. C 2, same. . 2 00 Edge, Lou, 1, samo 4.00 Stovens, C, 4.00 Shall, W. D., 4, sam 00 'SI 0 Goray, V. J. K.,2, 6,same..... 12.00 Tlchonor, Jno.,J.,2,7, samo ll.Of Fiuiua, R. 11., 2, same Goodman, samo. . S. S.00 Thjlor, A. W., 2, same.. . same.... 7.00 Farmer. J. W., 4, samo Goodman, Jno., GV, same. . 13.00 Samo, 4, same, 1916.S 00 10.00 Wllllnms, E.. 4, samo... 2.00 Hcndrlx. C. V.. 5, samo Gon, Robert, 2, samo 3.00 Wells, Coleman, 3 14, same. . . G, same 4.00 Ycnts, R. A., 10.00 Iloakln. Pate, 2, samo 2.0li Helton, J. T., 2. same 4.00 4.00 Brown, P. C I ',4, samo... Ccntcrtowu. 2.50 Hatler, W. W., 5, same. . . . 8.00 Hagan, Celetaln. 2, samo. . . . T.G0 Ashby, Judson, 1, Helton, Tom, 1, same.... 1.50 Brown, N. A., 2, samo. 4.00 Same, 2, samo 2.00 4.00 Ashby, Emory, 114, same.... Johnson, Barnfo, l.samo, &c. 4.00 Brown, C. II., 1, same samo... 1.50 2 00 4, same 8.00 Ashby, Perry, 1 14 , samo 7.00 Same, lumber 2.00 Johnson, Clias., 3A, same.. j. . . . C.OO Same, T. II., 2s, samo. . . . HInes, 5.00 Addlugton, J. It., 314, same. . Lanham, Ale.x, 1, same 2.00 Brown. C. P., 3Vi (Lays with 2.00 Ball, Oslcy, 4, 8.00 Barnard, L. T., 1, same 191G COO , COO Sanc, 3, sumo team 6.50 Hninmonds, L. T same samo. 13, 24.00 Buckley, H. II. , 214, samo. . . samo 3.00 Chlnn. T. K., 3, samu Samo. G.00 Hatler, 3.00 6, samo Joe, 12.00 Boyd, Clifton, 114, same. . . . 4.00 Cox, L. T.. 1, snmo T- i5 Laiiham, Noah, 2, samo 1.50 2.00 Bishop, Roscoo, 211, same. . . Loney, Einmitt, 2, same... 4.00 Clark, J. I., 2, samo. .i 4.00 Hushes. Walter, J, samo... Hurt, I) 4, fvuno S.00 Barnes, E. S. 1 14 . same Lowellyn, Alex, IVi, same. . . 3.00 Dortch, Ed., 2, samo 3.00 Houso, V. O., 1, samo 2.00 Brown, Arloy, 114, same... 4.0O' Key, A. II., 3 Vi , samo 6.50 Her, J. It., 2.00 Miller, Nnlaii, 2 samo , samo 1.50 Brown, Lewis, 3. same 12.00 Ross, Marvin. 2, samo 1 50 Miller, Leu. 6; samo 4,00 Jamison, Sam, .. same. 5.00 12,U0 Stum, H. II., 1, samo W. R., Miller. Thos., 0. samo samo... 1.50 Leach, W. L,, 4, samo S.00 Carter, E. A., 1, same 3. GO Southard, Haylo, 1&, samo. COO MIdklff, Geo., 1?4. saom... 1.00 Leach, N. D 17.00 Carter, W. S., 2, samo 84, samo... 10.00 2.00 Magan, J. C, 5, samo Select. Same, 5, samo 10.00 Carlslo, L. W 2, samo 10.00 Austin, I. F., 7, same ; 00 MIdklff. D. I).. 5, same 14.00 Leach, James, 4, samo.... 8.00. Chapman, Henry, 4, samo. . , . ff.OO IVi, samo. . . 4 00 Moseloy, N. W Alhin. J. B 1, samo S00 Morris, Grnnvil, 2, same.. 4.00 Carter, E. J., 6, samo &c. .. 4.00 Alhln James, 1, same, 2 teams C.mi Moscloy, E. K., 2, same.... 4.00 Morris, Mason, 3, snmo. . . . 6.00 Calloway, W. E., 314, same. . Moiioiey. N . 4, anno... . 8.00 Allilii, Jas. 15., 2, snmo' . . . i..-4.00 Monroo, Wm., 4, same.... 8.00 Carter, W. S., 1, same 7,00 Baize, Ellis, 4, samo 2.6G Mlllor, Thos., 3 , samo 8.00 Miller, L. J., 5, samo 10.00 Durham, C. C, 2, same.... 10.00 Baize, J. O., 4 Y, samo 4.0C Miller, Lee, 5, samo , 9.00 Monroo, J. V 6, samo.... 12.00 Durham, R. J 114, samo. .. ; 00 Neighbors, days W. Baizo, Luther, 4, 8.00 Owon, H. L 2, same.... 4.00 Durham, S. L., 114, same... 9;00 Baizo, Mathlas, 3, samo.... with team r. 00 6.00 Peach, Willis, 1, samo.... amo..., 2.00 Hotlln, Franco, 114, samo, . . 9,00 Draku, Virue. 3, saom samo Same, 2.1)0 G.00 Plorco, W. H 1V4, same.. 3.00 James, U. F 3, Bamo Ralph, E. W 4, samo 8.00 DauBherty, Hnrvey, 2, samo. 8 00 4.00 Ralloy, T. L 2. samo..... 4.00 James, A. W 214, same. . . . 3.00 DaHghorty; Shelby, 3V4, samo 5 Ml Stevens, Mrs. Maud, l',i samo. 7.00 Ralloy, Worth, 2 days with Samo, 4 Vi, samo 9.00 Edison, L. D., 3, snmo Samo, 3, same S 00 6.00 team 4.00 James, U. G.,'5, same G.00. Samo, 2, samo, . , .r i'0 Smith, Blrt, 2 Vs. same 4.00 Raglnnd, Thornton, 2, same. 4.00 Klncheloe, T. R., 2, same... G.00 Evans, Stove, 2, snmo samo.... 4.00 Rngland, T. A 2, 12.00 Taul, C. I)., Onlce, 2, same . 4.00 Loyd, O. J., 3, samo "1917-1- 6 4.00 Kuught,' Guy, 4, snmo Whttehouse, S.00 Stowart.W. J., 4 V4. Bamo... . 7.00 Wright, Mrs. Mec, 3, same . . same. . 9.00 Martin, II. B., 14, samo 6.00 Hatlor, James, 4, snmo.. S.00 Stowart, A. T., 2, samo.... 4.00 Montgomery Bros., 114, same Wedding, C. V., G, same.. 10.00 Martin, Estill, 3 samo 6,00 Stowart, Wm., 2, same.,.. 4.50 Wright, 4.00 Same, 4, samo 10.00 Miller, C. V 2, samo J. W ,... 4.00 Stowart, J. A., 1, samo, , . . 4.00 8.00 Samo, for grader Cromwell. McQuudy, T. W., 1, samo. . . . 2.00 Strlngfleld, Will, 6. aamo... 1.G0 12.00 Oldham, D. C 2 days with 6.00 Smith, Wm., 4, same 2 00 Amos, A. B 6, samo.' 12.00 Phegloy, O.wen, 3, sumo 8.00 team 2.00" Smith, W. P., 4, , 2.Q0 Hannoy, Leo, 1, samo 2.00 AUsii, J. L., 1, samo........ 8.00 Oglesby, W. It., 4, same.... samo.... Stowart, J. II., 4, samo 1, samo 8.00 Smith, Bill, 2, same..... 5.00 Butlor, Jim, 2.00 4.00 Render, S. IL, 3, Bamo.... 7.00 Thomas, J, W 2&, samo.. 14.00 Barnard. R. I., C, same 12.00 Taylor, Wnlton, 3Vs same. .. 5.00 Stowart, Chester. 114 .same 9.00 Taylor, T. W 6, samo... COO Black, J. II., 6, samo 12.00 Thomas, C. C, 4 , samo, . . . 12.00 Stearsmnn Henderson, 2, samo COO Coloman, Sherman, 1 Vi. same 9.00 Thompson, C. IL, 3, same, . 3.00 Wilson, T. G 4V4. samo... 6.00 Tooloy, Dick & Cass, 214, llorho Itraucli. COO Crowder, Ezra, 41,!, same.. 8.7G Thompson, R. D., 2, samo.. 4.00 samo , 4.00 Taylor, E. C, 2V4. Bamo... 6.00 Wilson, Hormau, 2, same... 4.00 Daughorty, Gco.s2Mt. samo. . 5.00 Tichenor,Evorett, 1, samo.. 6.00 Vance, T. J.. 8.00 Haven, J. N., snmo.... G.00 Wilson, T. C, 3, same same... 5.00 Whitehead, W. C, 1, same. . . 4.00 Wilson, Justice, 3, samo . , G.00 Haven, Arthur, 1, samo... 2.00 Allen, Joromo, 2, samo.... 6,00 Whitehead, J. R., 1, s'amo. .. 12.00 Wallace, C. F 5, samo. . . ; 2.00 Arnold, Ira, G, same 1.75 llaycraft, Odie, 1. same 10.00 Smulllious. 12.00 Wilson, Wllllo, 3, name... 4.00 Arnold, Ivan. 6, snme.... 2.75 Herald, Searcy, 2, sumo.... 6.00 Addlngton, H. P., 114, same 12.00 Wilson, C. It., 3, samo..... COO Jackson, E. W., 2&, samo. . . 5.00 Arnold, B. J C, same.... 6.00 Addlngton, Ray. 2, same. . . , 8.00 Wilson, Hub, 3, 2.00 Autrey, Jako," 4, samo 1.75 Leach, Harlan B 1, same. . . C.OO Boono, Fred, 214, same,,.. 2,00 Allen, Joromo, 2Vi, same... 5.00 Wilson, L. E., 3, sam.0 8.00 Leach, Jnko, 1, samo 6.00 Barnard, J. T., 314, same.', . . G.00 Samo, 2, samo 4.00 Wilson, C. R., 3, Bamo.... samo.. . 3.00 IcDanlel, G. E., same. 6.00 Cox, O. C, 6 14 , samo 6.00 Wright, J. II. C, 3, same.. 8.00 Baize. G. C, 3, same 5.00 Peak, Sam, 4, samo 4.50 Craig, It. G 1, same same, COO Uratcher, Musker, 9.00 Wright. It M., 3, same.. .. 12.00 Porter, F. D., 3, samo i.50 Harper, W. M., 3, samo,... S.00 Samo, 3.00 Bratchor, Robert, 4, samo . . . 4.00 Rafferty. F. II.. 1 V4. same. . . IVi. samo 3.00 Hall, G. D 114, samo G.00 Uratcher, R. A., 0, samo. . . , 12.00 Wright. J. II. C.. 10.00 Rogers, E. E 2 , same '3.00 Floner, Hardy. 214, same... 4.00 Wilson, Justico, 2,l.snmo.. 8.00 Uashum, Ernest, 2, samo... 8.00 Shields, Warren, 4, samo... . samo. . . 4.00 Ferguson, T. I)., 114, same. . . 6.00 Crumo, O. W 4, same.-..,8.00 4.00 Stovens, J. T., 3, same oung, Wm., l, same 2.00 Morton, Vlg, 214 same.... COO Christian, Marvin, 2, snmo. . . 4.00 4.00 Taylor, II. C, 3, same... . K. Beaver Bain. Neal, Elijah, 114, same..., 4.00 Christian,! O. J 2, snmo... 4,00 3.00 Taylor, C. M., 2. same 2.'00 Neal, Andy. 116, same 4.00 Trout, It. B., 5, same...... 10.00 Daugherty, J. E., G, same. . , 10.00 Black, Thompson, 1, samo. . 2.00 Woolcott, Lewis, 3, same... 12.00 Taylor. F. L.. QVj, same &c. . 12.75 Duncan, A. T., 6, samo . , . 12.00 Black, T. I)., 1, samo (Continued Next Week.) , G, game 10.00 Duncan, Charllo, G, samo.., 10.00 Barnes, Geo. A., 2, same. . . 4.00 3.00 Taylor, J. 2.00 3.15 3.15 Wooton, Gooilol, 1, same Wamnck, Koscoe, l.saiiio... Whltomnn, Wm., 5, samo. . . . , 4, same Vorl:, R Same, 4 bdgo. sills Bella. Ilnlcd. J. A., 1, days .vorlc with tei i tlnlril. If. A. 11'.. samo. Same. 1, samo Hnlril, C N.. 2, same 2 teams Ilonnett, L. P., Gnfttecl, II. M., 3 days work with team Carson, W. 11., 1, samo Dummy, Luther, ta, snm ..." lloaglimd, J T.. 2, same.. . . Hoagland, V. P., 3&. samo Henry. E. K., 1, san.o Harris, ... It., 1, samo Johnson, G. V C, saom. . . . Samo, 1, same, 2 teams Snmo, for sllh . . .' Llndley, II. II., 2 days with 6 horses Rowan, A. A., l',i. same. . . . Stovens, It. II., same... samo Stratton, T. Wnilo, W. F., 2, samo Slovens, Tlnsley, II. G.. 2, samo Ward, Richard, 3, samo.... Samo, 1, same Whlttakor, Jesseo, 7, samo. samo. .. Wallace. If. C, .... 10. 00 2.00 2.00 8.00 1.00 2 00 "THE NORTHERN STATES'lIAVE ADOPTED THE 50' AUTO-TKAC- K WAUON" "Why Should You Own a i i "i 2, 4.50 2.00' 4.00 10. 00 COO 2 00 ijiiiiwiiiiwiiiiu' 1.00 ' 4.00 7.00 2.00 2.00 12.00 4.00 2.40 12.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 COO 1,1, 1. .... 2.00 14. 0ft Standardized Weber Wagon? the Southland 60-incle h 1845 old-styl- -- s .... 60-inc- h 56-inc- awivul-rcachicouplin- n; 1, 2, 1, ..:... J -- -, ! 1, 1, 1. ...... 2.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 7.00 4.00 6.00 3.00 5.00 2.00 10.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 9.00 3.00 10.00 30.00 10.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 4,00 12.00 2.00 8.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 4.00 3.50 2.00 1.50 2.00 2.01 S.00 -. . .... 1, 2', ................. 2, 1; 2.00 2.00 5.00 6.00 6.00 7.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 ,00 50 00 ,00 ,00 ,00 ,00 ,00 ,00 ,00 ,00 - .... .... 1, 4 ...... 2, In-ow- 2!. i 4, I, ik 2, - 4.00 8.00 13.00 7.00 1.50 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 5.00 6.00 10.00 4.00 5.00 1.00 .... 3.00 8.00 2.00 4.00 8.00 6.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 - 2, 2, 2.00 3.0-4 00 2, .... 4, ... .... 5.00 7.00 11.00 2.00 6.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 3.0' 'A 1 tl'"faMSiiiiii, r !tj8ffl"g-- j-- 4ua--- - u ..iifc. - - "5444 ff. -I-XPaAxntiaA