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"'k "HAftTFORD, OHIOGOUNj ' TIE INTERS ' fctit itm3i tS21 AW- - anil woro tit homo at tho tlnfo Ht Miclr BEADS ODDLY' ''(By I. PROBE ALLEGED Sf RUl 1 m il.V w...B .- riv rU4 VObt. D. Claire. TO STOCK GAMBLERS 1IARTKOR1) MASONS KliKCT XKW OFFICKUS Tho Democrats aro getting ful uneasy that Governor M supply cigarette contentment beyond anything CAMELS experienced You never tasted such such 'refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a ciga1 $Mr rv.': v.. fSSSrf Mr."1- full-bodi- ed mellow-mildnes- s; Federal Grand Jury ing HearEvi- "Conclusive". dence Is Claim In Har,tford Lodgo No. G75, P. & A. M. on 'Saturday December 27th, tho At tho annual election of offlcors - rette revelation I sj, try . i V.rV11 ltW19 ,f 11110 1110 UTCMHtl"" n" ilnva iiuiat rfnilOSSllilt OtlIi following wero eloclod to servo tho tflsit Riinlr that tho aJitr-VIurir lodgo for tho ensuing year. F . n H U Washington, Dec. 30. Evidence of tho alleged "leak"" In tho supremo court, In which Information has been gathered' by the Department of Justice, will be placed In tho hands of tho District of Columbia grand jury for an 'Investigation. This nnnouf comcrit was matte this afternoon by the Department of Justice. Department of Justice today announces that It will early In Jnru-a- r pubmie'thc icsults of lis Investl-- t atlon Into tho alleged leak of tho of the supremo court to the grand Jury In tho District of Columbia." Tho statement was prepared by Judgo C. B. Ames, assistant attorney N'Tho rt surer'; C. M. Crowe, Secrotary; Rial, Tvylor, and Otto C. Martin, member of tho Hoard of Control. Tho following offlcors woro ap pointed by tho Master clijct: Harry L. May, Senior Deacon; W. F. Schanmlre. Junior Deacon; J. C. lllloy, Chaplain; W. M. Hudson, mem ber of Finance Committee, anil uzna Shults, J. A. Howard and J. . Al-bo- Porter, Master; Rov. Russell agalu. Wttlkor, Senior Warden; B. II. Ellis, Congress should Junior Wnrden; J. H. Patton, TreaA. C. i, &P Christmas nlong saving law. I dou Jrl lni,t Mii . 118 c"r,-;,- .V., fucb a Ailtl" uBo ,s Wl so that induW. Th'9 and recotn- " tho wcllsprlng o,-splralon of haiC.G" ntmnAy. lown druggist of UB0d llnvo , Komcuy. in ekyhlgh I sotJBh Great ,l ,,,m- - As tho prl "I ns V I questions wid Information tojwho has been Sur work. No Ingunty, has moved Wll-s- o any way cras the Rosccfe flr give i"" Whan ; brought out eviHugh, plIe thorough and has Hev'Everly and son, evidence of a serious nature. This tcmynie, will arrive here Wed- - lnfc(, dence, it is stated, hai confirmed tho no3 spend the holidays witn nis j original information ard which was m Mrs. J. M. tiveny, h(,a .given to the Department ot.JUEtlce by nnu.i, 'ii Malen E. Pow, editor ami senerui Srnest Elder, who has been bo re: ; International ,News hore, has moved into me nuusu Tiinnncer of the w .ng 2Sc,t ' . - . i... Mr. Tlnis Chancellor. Rnrvlrfl. OhloTt J today tin, the ca -) it was stated House Is In Detroit, where I Involving as it does an cxaminaJ',o Vina nmnlovment. i "i . w. . ..w i.u .1 m into tho alleged . cour.act'.on of!.'of. not- - Ward Taylor, of. Roslno, speni I , ' . -J ii Sunday night wltn ins unuBiuci, Wwa partmenl ol jusuco Tn ly required that tho final i tte-tl- on Van House. fixed' of whether a crimo hliys vtr. Tinh Tavlor. who has ueen Rtn iU committed should bo inade.dy a quite sick, Is no bettor. becov such as the district granted. Juno. Tho grand jury Invcy tho . 1 llon't You Forget It. take up all tho evident should traut the Department of Juoforo no, tn mind that Chamberlain's and' E. Lask'ey. UnltciC3. The tho bowels but glneri jn which Tablets not only move ney for the District the appetite and strenginon- um charge win oe cm, tnorougniy Improve .. n.l.A.. nnntnln Tin 4ien- nfl a . ..-- - C dently from .that jiry th.reo days tho ingestion. digestive ferment buti 1, or other fcri nono too of- - sin La Mm stomach and enable It baking MKS. MAI)la firmer nnturauy, m ,ww Itorl with a now to perform Us functions . I1 if Mr. and twjjJl IJVIA, KOUTK a. n nound sui I JmC Rockport, r Exirts Small. Rev. R..E. Fuqua filled ins regular uajr ber 24, in nnnnintmont at Mt. Carmcl, Saturday, feet. Nelllo.Cot7vast ulng' lands in " 3 and Sunday. inriy guftates i cvuiin Wigglnton, who has.$J. miss Nolllo per. Alfcan 1 poi:ont of thobut' they woii .ficuresii world or ln- - bcon visiting relattves nt Rumsey lor.tyfr .. 'OV iv wnoks.r has returneu 10 iu nai t, tllU Mlssel trade, acording to comped by tho U. S. ler home. Ifctly John snerm Brown, of Agriclturo. Howov-Lo- e Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. night In terms Mlio fact, e5?ressed enrouto to their new homo per, oai number j.' pounds of but-jl- q Otis Clark, Mosloyvlllo. aiJed, does.njt look so lnsrg-ao- at Mr. Roan Dodson, of Owensboro, Islnco tho Snnual total for Mrs. Mlnnlo Evorlno year injach of tho last Is visiting his daughter, - Mosloy. Mapljtes has appoached 30,000,Air T.nn Mlncoy mado a uuswusa Joy jfldsr There as boon marked $ exports trip to Hartford, Monday. Brolion in this )untry's Miss Carrlo Mao Wigglnton woni iu doxfer, tho amcint frequently 1 of tho Llvla, Saturday. d ig to loss haj Mrs. Georgia Hoovor, wno nas uuui Tho rplatlon r the big yes. very 111, Is better at this writing. i domestic aid foreign prices . en tho d.eterhlnlng factor in To Tho Byfcpcptlc. Ganges. Dung tho last few Uv ,, as thoy aro Pxnorts. snail Would you not like to teoi tna beeij going to 70 dif- -t injely, have ., otmnnrh troubles aro over, tha . countries, c lonies, and nmu . fnml Hlftt &. you can eai any i.l.l B?ncles. you crave? Consider men uio iui I" T n.nr nhnnilierlaln's Tablets have cur5 Durum wnciy. why.not you? There are; f4elpts of durari wheat at seven ed others liaVO OOOll ruai" - ..irniv wlin i.T . ,oUoq wra about 33,300,i.v initinc theso tablets an. bushels in tho Vear ending Juno can now eat 'any kind ot food thatj $919. During the last flvo years as 43,auu,uu they crayo. .. na hlKh iils in 1916 and as low as 16,100,- TO TRY OVK1WKAS FLIGHT Wshels In 1918. tixpon u Ll ..q,i frm nhout 24,800,000 An niralil'n capable of carrying lit (helfl In 1918 o 6,600,000 bushels - .passengers pnd a crow of 12 has bow fl918, and tho exports oi mo built in anticipation oi awouipiiij,t year 1919 wqre about io,ouu,v ll..l.t frnm TInllin lO - HOW luiiv.li . ...-- a hard wheat with illbllfc Sbels. This is Africa, Buenos Aires and Rio content wnon grovy" " . .! b'"'"" " and is suuuu.o .- innniiw it is announced. The farms, having threoj products. dirigible Is described as. OhtoJ Sland and other paste and "ovory cqnceivave couuun. docks ne war its chlefjicompetltor .'. i gonorat, who i.ecliaea to amplify It. .Tudgo Ames said that no Mrthor derails could be given at this time. It la charged that large amount wero made In 'Wall Street by advance Information on tho decisions In the Southern Pacific oil land and the prohibition cases. Thorough Investigation. . The Department of Justl.co Investigation conducted by Judge Ames and William F. Flynn, chit uf the bureau of investigation, and Frank Burke Ms assistant, has now covered a Period of nearly three w eks According to tho statements of officials in charge, tho investigation has, been A largo number was present, nnu bo tlio ucm couK somo who have noon ainsons our Dlllls Wa ever known." m e fifty years. ' Report of Finance Commlttoo ) shows lodgo to bo In good financial take DUB. condition. tlipusand dollars " -' 'fthe navy's sea planes ,have , s IIKM UXCLH SAM TO HlihV YOU. auoi . .. navy iiiuiiuiviii. ,ltne The navy bureau of suppiv ' i Tho Government tonsus man is on iCcounts w i.i. ...m. frv m vnn. Don't sic the. has fp' dnc on him when ho shows up nt ftmfll lcJot the ?! AT - "' ,'"v"'"7. "iB place, wiui u I.I. nnni for you to answer give him aiir"' '"holp you can your answers vr fidentlal, tell him tne muat ,ng tPJ1 will not bo held to nnswor-iea- r unOe formation, it don't cost invPS. No one but Av. is tho S d Stewarts. ltwouldastfioven.ye.., .. M3K llMiS . Fl v.mf. Everything about Camels you find so fascinating !s due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are" in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways or unFreedom from any unpleasant cignretty after-tast- e cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable pleasant to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire, your taste You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes Camels so attractive. Smokers realize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or couV'.'j.Vv !?ai?5!fei?.. pons! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price ! I 1 ' 4 m -, ..- ri ( . " .: m :. .. fold rvrrywhete in Ctmtlt.. tr ..... .Mrt .i.a rmttmmtcitntifically r tmn narfc 1200 citmnllrt) in A tUfwe-ptpet(t ttronAly rrcommrnd: tarried rorfon. Wedome or cKr muppty (Mi carton far the L i' .1 It when you trAval. R.J.REYN0LDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Sale- N. C. '. .'...- - .f -- ?' iTi-s f.C 'KSb.4? nrel s 1 - I . .iir tyf ,. ""; thoint glvenl I I i'V M "ar t . "-- r';feVVce . t L rf. " - - V.JJ i BkJ,SV;H w. . " 5 4t. iaji. ,... .... j 1 17 p- ,- '?: ! bo-Jo- ' ' iw .- ,.n,on 3k s.' , S'r '.yfe H ., :$Jjt :.rlfr :v v!rf;r ,Vi f -k- - ,iS f...vT r7t f. - ', sr : '' MfP ' 'v.v . ,M " ," ' &,-- sta-for- j; ri . .('.' nil V '.i n, 4. v$ f V':' .? ..' M A'' W, 'i ' f. f.V !W - one-thir- I ,y' - N t :ik. .- H. - y iitLr ' -- sf jm.-.-i- ... ' Vt &: wi'r-.;,t. ! jy '. : ' i,l!f fi .tf, "r. -- i,.n , ..-.- rAONB, taxes for nwrtV I ''ofCentertown, Ky. W0M and . i. j .,J..'V. j'- - - v.- - - J mme& h V .2j T Tira t liOKukeudoll, Frank. 5$, o Lautcrwasser. Iiniir . u A same . 11.00 1 Luther, 3, samo.... Mllliu.-nJ n., 2U, samo... Mnrt'n, A. L., 4, samo McMurtroy, J. s., samo. . sauu, nans Patton Fred. 2 .saiuo PIcktrcll, Jeff. 1, same.... Illlei . , a o.OO 4.50 a. 00 5, 11.00 50 4. 00 5?M$M '' izm'r m .-- ft M Roach, Viola, Schroadcr, Geo, A.. aamo Smith, Sherman. 1. snmo . . . Slnnctt, II. H., 3 H, samo.... Smith, mil, USO of ditcher . . Tally. T V., same Tlnslcy, Harnett, 2, samo. . . . aium. ii., 2, samo aiiaco. J. T., ft, samo... L'ard, W. O., G14, same. sniun, 1 name, l, 2 V4, samo.... samo 1, 2.00 5.00 2.00 a 3.1 n.K IKAV $ 91a JWIF i -- WwtL ..,..7 4dhVKi lrUl TJX t 2, .... 4.00 r"Sri,' " V A..t .mm.lnf .a i. --- ij-" ISciln. bll, John. 4,,4, samo ink, Estill, r&, samo.... lolwood, Elnert, 1, samo. Ivor. Li. U., 2&, samo... L.. C, 2V. days with lim on road Herbert, 1, samo.... LV. D.t 2, .Estill, 3, Lioun, 1, kcar, a, B0 It. lumber A. A., 1 day's 9.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 wotk now rniwlni to he H "I' h " f W V:: - ' " ..r.n.l.iunx oinht tupliont ok UMr r..U to Uw couaUj. Krve jqutly i r- la be nude to milf up for Iheintf to the wr, ma 10 the Incrt.Kd tf.ffic thronbotit WALKEIl P. HINE9. DirilMl tf kitintil. P''P' .. . f i Cll'f t vv N ... in, U2, samo 1. si, samo. ... 4, same hitrlims. samo samo imo samo Lime ;mo 1S1G ... . samo samo samo sanve. work 2 00 ... ; 4.00 6.00 2.00 C.OO " o-- Si- J. ' nj -- G.00 7.00 s.00 .same. rRlllO .uo.. 4.00 1.50 8.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 COO Save more ;r':' 'tl'' iw ". wrsfl k XS I But we can't continue increasing our .... 2.00 4.00 4.25 2.00 4.00 .25 6.00 6.00 2.00 2:00 ; samo. jo. . . . production unless we continue increasing our railroad facilities. The farms, mines and factories cannot increase their output beyond the capacity of the railroads to haul their products. Railroads are now near the peak of their carrying capacity. Without railroad expansion more engines, more cars, more tracks, more terminals there can be little increase in production. , But this country of ours is going to keep right on growing and the railroads iust grow with it. command in the investment markets cjv of new capital to expand railroad and so increase production be public confidence in the power of railroads. business can grow onlv as ids grow. .1 Ws. '$' r. YV h ' . . . $ v v H ' I. S .Vf ' '.. .;:; If vfc-vv,- . , - Jl, .1 "I . ..--- . 7 d i TP i&Miblidliedbuifie ktlwqy cecutLw&. . ' AM", Lrnin; 1 rv r . '"-"i". the railroad titu- kiting to the Auacia- vaju-ay- , AVw York. riOKfe-sr" ' : Si liSlte came. .. same . .. ' J ? "m1 ' 1, name ksanic samo. .. frit. snmo. inmo. . . I no. . . kamo. kmo. . ; ,- -' J?S. I "" . ', . '' -' .v. . C1 . ''' '.',-- , ., . "' - ;'t ' ' r'ip '",",::i.,. w'-wS; kno. " L... mo. th m 9.00 4.00, 20 00 4.00, 200 "... f- ?2buW' .li VA?. 75 8.00 G50 2 00 12 00 4 00 3 COO - 110,00 112 Cf ii i. ll3,00 COO 4,00 4.00 14 00 f s ,'? :'. i S v.-- xrtiV 1 J 1 i'A iwr. LJ """"W ' r y vt isssik ''il I !J FARM DPARTMENT. Tho averngo price of nl! 1(5 crops on November 1 was ?er cent higher tlian n ycnr ago i 1 per cent higher than tho am or win nvo preceding years Tl er- ngo production In about 0 7 ; nt lowor thhn Inst year's aggrei; re iluctlon nnd 1.6 por cent hlrl nin tho nvernge preceding live rs. from baths to cooking and sleeping' facilities." It Is now making trial flights In preparation of tho coming attempt. bo-lo- southern Franco and Italy, tho principal destinations of tho export, was Blmllar wheat In tho Pleurisy pains nro located Just tho short ribs. Lumbago affects but toward tho back. tho front Bouthorn Russia. Ballard's Snow Liniment is tho remo- dy In either case. If rubbed in thorHoney Yield Higher. Tho average yield of surplus honey oughly it enses pain, relaxes tho musHi 1919 was 50 pounds to nicoldny'ot cles nnd tho patient can movo about samff-regio- market of rev - &r NYr.:sr i -,- s.r.rjie ?'?' iV ' H w i . v'-'.''i-'ii- x i,i-ri-x!-';i- i'VJwii I (tfnT w v.fj M' Vl irTr'ii fiJCTBS IIT."! 'V 4 honey bees, ns cstlmntcd by tho Bureau of Crop Estimates, United S. Mllkl'mllnn I't nu lUt... Department of Agriculture. This Is Thero Is a pronounced dlffe ) In considerably above tho avorago of varieties of Muscadine grapes ielr 15 pounds In 1918, and of 41. C lbs Tho vnluo for making of fresh Ji ind for the flvo years 1913-191other products. This fact oo i relatlvo proportions In which tho horf-b- y brought out by the United SI Deof tho Inst two years was marketpartment of Agriculture In Ht ed nro Indicated by 59 for extracted on tho utilization of na- honey, 31 for comb honey, nnd 10 for d of the tional food supply The Tlion favs bulk honey. About tho chief of tho Bureau of lj In- product goes' to "outside" markets. dustry, In n recent report, Is bct of tho varieties now common own Wlii'iit llniley nnd OatH Arc Lighter. for unfermented Juice and high Tho weight por measured bushel of merit compared with other etlcs wheat this year is 5G.3 pounds, ns for most other uses. Under cu- against 58,8 pounds last year and "58.-- 2 average. Tho weight tho ltural and pruning mothodsjd In ,tno experiment at tho PcnjTest of measured bushel of oats is 31.2 Farm of tho North Cnrollm part- - pounds, as against, 33.2 pounds lust mont of Agriculture, nt W d. N yenr and 4G.G pound" tho average. The corresponding figures C, Muscadines hove produc crops when unfavorabb matlc for barley nro 45.2 pounds for thin conditions havo caused othei ietlcs yenr, 4C.9 pounds for Inst year, urtd averand vines In surrounding hbor-hoo- 46.5 pounds for tho nine-yeage, according to tho Burenu of Crop to yield llttlo or no frl Estimates, United States Department of Agriculture. LcnrnltiK Practical Tf. A boy or girl who earns ney In Tho spoiling of a bushel of potatoes an agricultural or homo iiomlcs a basket of club by poultry keoplng, ga ilng or a dozen cantnloupes, grapes or n crate of ornnges reprecanning, or who carries outJiio pro Jects through tho vocutloJscliool, sents nn absolute loss to tho comIs learning thrift In n prafil way. munity. The loss must bo borne both Such enterprises must nolterfcro by tho producer and consumer, and In with school work or good jjlcal de- ninny enses tho distributor must shnrc velopment, for these will Ipso tho the burden. earning power and happlnl later In .CKRALVO. life 7. 1 ono-thlr10-yc- ar 10-ye- ar cel-lont ds ar I'rlco 25c, freely nnd comfortably. 50c nnd $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Company. HUSH PARLIAMENT MEETS ', supply cigarette contentment beyond anything CAMELS experienced You never tasted such full- bodied such'refreshintr. aPDetizintr flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a cigaI mellow-mildness: T f .IJi".k - 'r?- - . . Despite official prohibition tho Sinn Fein parliament met In Dublin nnd decided tor appoint a national inspec tor of fisheries, nrrango a civil servlco scheme for local offices nnd,form a national court and a labor conciliation council. Tho American consul received copies of alleged instructions providing for tho searching of tho effects of American seamen who visit tho Jslend. i , -- ftc:' ri-.'- 5 rette revelation I ,v TK , The Best Cough Medicine. ' When a druggist finds that his customers nil speak well of a.ctrtaln pieparatlon, ho forma a good opinion f It and when In need of such a medicine Is almost certain to use it himself and in his family. This Is why so many druggists use' and recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J. B. Jones, a well known druggist of Cubrun, Ky., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, In my fnmlly for the past soven year, and have fourfd it to'be the best cough m medicine I have over known." SEA PLANES SOLI). ' Everything about Camels you find so fascinating Is due to their qualityto the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they acem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways! Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty e or unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes Camels so attractive. Smokers realize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons! Compare Camels with any cigaafter-tast1 & il I t.W-2;5"--i : V.V-- v" rette in the world at any price I 300 citmretlem) in a filaatme.ptper-ro- i ered cjrtonj We atrongly recommend' thia carton for the home or office auppty cr when you travel. Camtlsart eorf everywhere in scientifically tealed packtfi of 30 citartttes or ten pack-- e .?.gj.' i X Hill and son, arci spending garden, tho holidays wlth.Mrs. Hill's mother, Id boxes, baskets, bnrrels, bins, M. Everly. should be sorted over tofnovo de- Mrs. J. Mr. Tlnls Chancellor, who has.becn Ky Infect cayed specimens which living near hero has moved to what tho rest. is known ns tho Daker fnrm, near Fruits and vegetables Prof, and Mrs. W. S. m your Douglas, of Hartford, which linve beoitorcd In Pumpkins nnd squasl must bo thoroughly dried nnd rip d to keep well. They should bo ed from time to time with a do and kept, not on a cellar floor, bum a shelf and woll stparntcd fronjach othor. Wai.li Fruit IScfnrjuMii;;. Dried figs nnd datishould bo washed carefully beford.'lng eaten, L( as they have been exjied for an unknown length of tin) to possible "ribtontaglon y r'les nndjlrty hands. oranges i how many houses to fashed beforo thoy aj brought to )q tablo, or tho lomoJbcforo they V aro sliced for tea or leenado, or be fore tho skin Is grated r flavoring? Yet orgango and lom skins often aro very dirty. Shel nuts pur chased In the market ould always be washed, scalded, a dried by a clean cloth beforo thejtro used. Cakes, Cookies andjiread, should be cooled nftor baklnglid before bo-Iplaced in other rejitaclcs. The tin box or earthonwnrtars in which they nro kept shouldle thoroughly scalded nnd nlred. Eiry th,rco days In damp, hot weather! nono too of ten. Portions of a iirmer baking should novor bo Btoal with a now batch. V. S. s Butter Ejrls Small. In splto of vast suing' lands la tho United States tji country fur nishes less than 1 por:ont of tho.but ter fat that figures In world or International trade, njordlng to statistics recently comnjed by tho U. S.r, Department of Agrialturo. Howov-1the 8amo fact, exressed In tonus of tho total number pounds of but ter exported, does i t look so inslg- jjjnlflcant. since tho tinual total for f'Tv at least ono year In ;ach of tho last six decades has opi oachod 30,000,- 000 pounds: Thero as boon marked fluctuation In this mntry's exports frequently of butter, tho nmdmt d of tho dropping to less fhaf totnl for tho big ycafs. Tho rolatlon between domestic aid foreign prices has been tho deterlilning factor in theso changes. Durng the last fow years our exports, siiall as they aro relatively, have been going to 70 dif ferent countries, cilonles. and do pendencies. ono-thlr- 1 Durum Wheij. Receipts. Receipts of durnn whoat nt seven primary markets wjro about 33,300,-00- 0 bushels In tho loar ending Juno 30, 1919. Purine he last flvo years as 43,900,000 they were as higl bushelB in 1916 and us low as 16,100,-0bushels in 1918, Exports of this whjjat ranged from about 24,800,000 bushels in 1916 to 6,600,000 bushels fisIn "1918, nnd tho exports of tho cal year 1919 were about 18,300,000 bushels. This is a hard wheat with KlbV gluten content when grown on drylland farms, and is suitable for macaroni and other paste products. Befi'ro the 'war Its chief competitor 0j west Providence. Mrs. Ira Miller, of Powderly, Is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Everly. Mr. Bob Taylor, who has been Surgeons agree that In cases of county, has moved living in McLean cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho to what Is known as tho Itoscdb Wilfirst treatment is most Important. liams fnrm. When an efficient antiseptic Is ap Mr. Jesse Everly nnd son, Hugh, plied promptly, there is no danger of of Evnnsvlllc, will nrrivo here Wedinfection and the wound begins to nesday to spend tho holidays with his heal at once. For use on man or Everly, nnd other mother, Mrs. J. M. j beast. Borozone Is the ideal antiseptic relatives. 'and healing agent. Buy it now and boon Mr. Srnest Elder, who has Price be ready for an emergency. living here, has moved into the house and $1.50.Sold by 25c, 50c, vacated by Mr. Tints Chancellor. m Ohio County Drug Company. Mr. Ira House Is in Detroit, where S K ho has employment. "LIBERTY" A TRADE .MARK.. J Rev. "Ward Taylor, of Roslnp, spent Sunday night with his daughter, Mrs, The bureau of air craft production Van House. fixed on the name "Liberty" for tho Mrs. Bob Taylor, who has been standard engine and its part3 quito sick, Is no better. In becauso of its great popularity. June, 1919, the acting director of Don't You Forget It. the bureau registered tho name as a trade mark, the property of the U. S. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's and in use from June, 1917, on en- Tablets not only movo tho bowels but Iglnes and parts. This is the first Improve the nppetlto and strengthen time the United Stages has registered They contain no pep- ns a corporation owning a trade mark. tho digestion. sin or othor digestive formont but Lame back may come from overstrengthen tho stomach and enable it to perform Its functions naturally, m work, icold settled: In the muscles of ' tho back, or from disease. In the two former cases tho right remedy Is IilVI.l, ROUTE 2. Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should Rev. R..E. Fuqua filled his regular bo rubbed in thoroughly over the the relief will bo prompt appointment at Mt. Carmel, Saturday ' Price 25c, 50c and and satisfactory. and Sunday. Miss Nollio Wlgglnton, who has $1.00 per'bottle. Sold by Ohio Counm boon visiting relatives at Rumsoy for ty Drug Co. o tho past two woeks, has returned to GOLD AND PLATINUM BEDS her home. DISCOVKRED IN CANADA Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sheriff Bpent Monday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Toronto, Canada, Dec. 27. Freo Otis Clark, enrouto to their new itno gold and platinum have been discovat Mosleyvlllo, Mr. Roan Dodson, of Owensboro, ered In gravol beds near Belleville, Is vlslUng his daughter, Mrs. Minnie in Huntington TownBhip, Hastings County,' according to reports pubMosloy. Mr. Lon Mlncoy made a business lished here today. The discoveries aro said to have been mado on a farm trip to Hartford, Monday. Miss Carrie Mao Wlgglnton went to of 100 acres, recently purchased by a contracting firm presumably for tho Llvla, Saturday. Georgia Hoover, who has been sake ot the Immense gravel deposits, Mrs. Sovoral shafts havo been sunk and very 111, Is bettor at this writing. othor farms nearby havo been pura chased, There was 'a gold rush to To Tho liicptic. Madoc, only a few miles away from Would you not like to feol that Hastings County, fifty years ago. your stomach troubles nrobver, that "The country seems to be passing you can eat any kind of food that expenditure,' you crave? Consider then tho fact through a period of freo says the federal rcservo board,, Well, that Chamberlain's Tablets havo cur- anybody has got to bo a freo spender ed others whvjnot you? Thero aro nowadays to get enough to eat. St. many who have been restored to by taking these tablets and Joseph Gazetto. i $1-00 air-cra- ft ' Several hundred thpusnnd dollars worth of he navy's sea planes have been sold, I the navy department announces. The navy bureau of supply nnd accounts will furnish a catnlog of vhat It has for sale. The commercial use of the planes, as given by Secretary Dnniels, includes passenger travel between coastal points, forest fire patrol, cruising of timber and obtaining photographs of unexplored and undeveloped ' land. The need for storage room nnd the curtailment of the navy program by congress are given as the reasons for tho sales. :Vi'lTgWfi!iitv.Tgt "' fix 2.j. (AH1 i m j'. vi Wl :.Ji2 ;- f r oz 'J 1 R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPACT Wjnton-SaIcN. C. -: , i - II t&&mW&9EKtMBM$'ikumw special April 1919 term and execur tion No. 1102 Issued therein from the ' ohio Circuit Clerk's office on the 3rd day of October, 1919, I will of- -j fer for sale at the Court House door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Janu- uary 5, 1920, at about 1 o'clock P. M,. at pahllc outcry, to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three remonths, tho purchaser .being quired to execute bond with approved security, tho following described ea.1 estate, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy' Flainttffs debt, of Ono Cent and Interest at G per cent from the 22 day of April, 1919 and tho further sum of $40.CO cost together with tho cost of levy, collection and the cost of this adj STOMACH TROUBLE suffered with stomach trouble. I would! have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a mos-fdisagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything withbutter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, .but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It 1'usftx seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they, were;: T no good at all for my trouble. I heard Mr. Marion Holcomb.'of Nancy, Ky., says: I "For.quite r - a long while have-regula- r THEDFORD'S M r vertisement: A certain tract or parcel of land in .i Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of recommended very highly, so began to use it. f I cured Pond Run Creek, and bounded as folme. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best lows: Beginning at a stone near liver, medicine made. I do not have sick headache or running B. with Isaac Brown's fence; stomach trouble any more." acts on the Hugh line about ISO poles to a the jaded liver, and helps it to do its important work q?. stone; thence S. 98 poles to two post throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysoaks and small red oak; thence W tem. This medicine should be in every household for 94 poles to a stone; thence N. G?i use in time of need. Get a package today. If youffeeB poles to a stone; thenco W. 10C poles sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to, to a beech on the bank of Pond Run morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists- Creek; thence N. with the original in Isaac Brown's lino to, a stono ONE CENT A DOSE 1TO fence; thence with Brown's fence to the beginning, containing 111 acres, more or less. Excepting all mines, veins and seams of coal and othor VBminerals underlying s id lands and for the sum ot $4.90 and penalty 29. tho adall rights and privileges conveyed to cts, total ?5.19 and J1.00 for Taylor Coal Company by deed of date vertisement ot said property for salo August 26, 1902, and of record in making a total of $C19. And levied on as above set out for Deed Book 27, page 9G, Ohio C6unty DENTAL SURGERY tho year 191G for the sum ot ?5.70 Court Clerk's Office. Centertown, Ky Levied upon ns tho property of E. and penalty 'in the sum of 33 cents, herein, making; a total of ?G.03 and fl.00 Defendant A. Davenport, m for the advertisement for sale, makOctober 28, 1919. Offices over Morton's Dfmc "Given under my hand this tho 15th ing a total of $7.03. And levied on as above sot out for Store. Call Cumb. Phone VSX day of December, 1919. tho year 1917 for the sum of $5.75 S. A. BRATCHER, and penalty 34 cents making frMh.i Sheriff. Ohio County. of ?6.04 and the sum of fl.OO for 4 the advertisement of same, making "TAX SALE NOTICE. a total ot $7.09. As tax collector for tho town of And levied on as abovo sot out for Centertown, Ky., I will pffor for sale, tho year 1918, for tho sum ot $4.50 for cash, at the court houso door in FORSALEE Hartford, 01)lo county, Ky., on tho and penalty for the sum of 27 cents, and tho furthor sum ot $1.00 for the. 5th day ot January 1920, at about tho hour ot ono o'clock p, m., the advertisement, making a total of following described property: A cer- $5.77. And also levied on as abovo set out tain parcel ot land, lying and being W& "bt uWIVk. located in the incorporated town, of for the year 1919, for the sum of Black-Draug- ht - Dr. M. M. Dex a-t- i -- r Oh! I Seel -- can now oat 'any kind ot food that m thoy crave. TO TRY OVERSEAS FLIGHT health An airship capable of carrying 110 .passengers pud a crow of 12 has been built in anticipation ot attempting a flight from Romo to Now York via Africa, Buenos Aires and Rio do Janeiro, it is announced. The big dirigible Is described as. having three, docks and "every concelvalile comfort Centertown, Ohio county, Ky., and Beginning at bounded as follows: B. C. Warden's corner in the sido of the road, thence South 48y Poles to a stone In Robert Rowe's line, Poles with Robert thence West 22 Rowe's lino to two whttooaka and two black oaks, Robert Rowo's corner in George Rowo's line, thence North 47 Poles to a stone In the side FOR FLETCHER'S ot the road, thence North 87 degrees t East 23 Poles to the beginning containing one acre more or less, being SHERIFF'S SALE. the same land conveyed to A, B. Rowe by G. F, Chapman on tho 10th Ohio Circuit Court. day ot January 1903, and recorded W. O. Harrel &c, Plaintiffs. in tho Ohio County Court Clerk's vs. Sale notice. office in.Deed Book 35 at page 295. C. A. Davenport, Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment ot the Levied on,agfthe property of A. B. Ohio "Circuit Court rendered at its Rowe for bis taxes for the year 1915 S Children Ory CASTO R a $4.20, and penalty for tho sum of 25 cents nnd the sum of $1.00 for tho advertisement thereof for salo, mak nga total of $5.45. Tho total sum ot all tho taxes as Bred Gilts and young above set out against said above Pedigrep furnishetH dollars and property being Thirty-on- o , offifty-thre- e cents ($31.53), I will LOYALL P. BENNE-Opsale at public auction at tho fer for Court House door In Hartford, Ohio Route 7 county, Ky., on January tho 5th 1920. at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m said date being tho first Monday and County Court day, tho above set out JOHN WHITE. 4 CO. and described property for cash, for L9UWVILLE, KY. tho purpose of paying said dobt, pen Llbtral sMortfiMHit pad full vadw 9M alties and costs. This 8th day of December 1919. r.FUnS JQHN,T. UONE, NMMini Tax Collector- 'of Centertown, Ky. Fbu - Hartfor.Kap-- ijtt THCIS - (The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY Incorporntctl HARTFORD SquireiQ. 11. Brown united In marplace, on Xmas to law at tho riage a couple at this Entered according rlvo his story of tho Ky., as mall ovo nml-rwlPostofflco, Hartford, affair Just as ho gave It to me. Hcr natter of tho second class. it is Verbatem: to Having" been elected to tho desiraAddress nil communications ble "poslsh" of Ju'stlco of tho peaco ITho Hartford Republican. I was accosted on tho 24 th day of December by nNdcck looking young NOTICE TO subscribers. requested Subscribers desiring tho paper sent man, who In silvery tonos, o a new address must give tho old mo to proceed to a neighbor's houso address in making tho request. 10c as ho wished to enter Into tho holy Business Locals and Notices Here was a matrimony. er lino, and 6c por lino for addition- bonds of "Squelcher" 1 hn,d never dono any al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards thing of tho kind, had no books or of Thanks, Be per line, money in ad- forms, yet I was determined to dp vance. things up strongnnd In n legal mar-nChurch Notices for services free, I proceeded to tho piece, bearing per lino. but other advortlsoments, 6c will In my arms ono copy of tho revised Anonymous communications receive no attention. statutes, ono of Websters unabridged Dictionaries, ono largo size Bible, a TELEPHONES. small copy of tho creed and articles 123 Cumberlnna of faith of tho Missionary Baptist D Farmers Mutual church, and ono copy of Pope's essays on man. JANUARY 2 ' Having placed a table in tho midFRIDAY dle of the room and seated myself bein trumr t'nes called the Nearly all of tho eye witnesses to hind it, I beverage case. With that tho young man and sales of wood alcohol for stepped up before me. Havpurposes like Doctors most grievous woman At ing sworn them on the Dictionary to mistakes, lie burled somewhere. answer well 'and truly all question? I least they are burled. was about to ask, I proceeded. I passed his sixty-thir- d told the young man that being a sort President Wilson birthday Dec. the 28th. While of stranger, I should hnve to ask him to ask him not an old man as age goes, yet we of stronger, I should have not, aside from his past ill- to give ball for the cost. Having heard doubt this so frequently in court I thought ness from which ho has not yet that he has aged fully a It Indlspcnslble. He answered if I covered, the score and a half In years since he first meant tho fco for performing and tho nominee for President In ceremony, he would deposit then became exactly 1912. He has lived under just such there. As I did not know during the most of tho time, what I did mean I magnanimously a strain, waived that portion of the ceremony. that few men could bear. I then told him it would be necesChristmas just past has been sary to give ball to keep tho peace, The one wholly devoid of tho usual and this he said he was willing to do when the he arrived at home, and I then waived ordinary noise accompanying winter celebration. Aside from tha that part also. Having established to my satisfacclosing of stores and other business, places, nothing different from th3 tion that they wanted to. get marother 3G4 days was noted, other than ried and that they were old enough to tho fact that' the great majority of enter into that blessed state, I prothe absent ones came in to spend a ceedto tie the know. I asked hlin if few days with tho home people. Only he was to take that gin to oe ma two or three persons were noticed wife IJo said ho was. I told him who were limbered up, and these.from I did not require hasto In tho ansallappearances, were habltuals and wer that he might reflect a few mintho stuff imbled was In all probability utes if ho wanted to. I told him hue" not the "old fashioned red liquor." she looked like a fine girl and I any Thus, as the Old Master would say, no doubt she was, but if by "we see the effect of the tightening chance the sequel proved that ho had bo of the tenacles of tho Whiteribboners been taken In I did not want to held responsible. ,1 tolu him he must and Silly Sallies." love, honor and obey her as long as Justlcemay be thwarted for a time, she lived, ho must not be "snappy" in many cases perhaps, it may never around the house nor spit tobacco overtake the guilty In this life, but juice on tho floor, all of which-' he that In, the great promised faithfully to heed. we' verily believe Now, Said I, " Rosle (her name majority of instances dt will react mightily upon the headsW the wrong was Rosle), you hear what Luwtllyn doers and bow them down to earth as says. Do you accept tho invitation to a load unbearable and not to be become his wife? Will you be lonlont thrown off. There canbe no ques- toward his faults and cherish his virtion of its being far better for one to tues. Will you never be guilty of never go wrong, but there is some throwing funnlture at his head foi question as to whether or not the slight offenses, and will you get world gives more credit or expresses three meals a day without grummore admiration for the person who, bling?" She said she would. I askwhen a serious wrong is committed ed them If they believed in tho comto in every manner possible manful- mandments and they said they did ly right the wrong. When a man or laving read tho creed and the articles I exclaimed a woman goes down upon their knees, of faith as aforesaid, Jri sack cloth and ashes as it were, in "Luellyn, tako her, sho is yours, I an agonizing effort to undo, make cannot withhold my consent." Roste, amends for and again set right upon when safe in tho arms of your "Lutho pedestal from which ho, or she, ellyn" you can defy the scoff and by foul hands or otherwise, may have Jeers of the world." passI then read a Httlo from tho "Essay dethroned it, the actor inay-ha- p through depths unrecognizable and on Man" Including the passage" man es therefore unappreciated by some of wants but Httlo here below, but onlookers. But to wants that Httlo long." As a final to d the those whose vision may penetrate to Iho omen I delivered tho following the bottom of the cavern traversed by "exordium" 'Go in peaco and slntio ' tne man in his conquest, as he climbs more.' The generous young man having to light and struggles up tho mountain where ho displaces wrong and placed a "Bill" In my unwilling and again puts right upon tho topmost cadaverous palm I bade the happy peak, the world perhaps holds no pair a final auieu. nobler or grander figure. For tho man or woman , who does that thing KENTUCKY SHARE IN U. S. ....., ..Ht.niiii1afl Thorn . -; ROAD AID $1,502,205 OUT UUIllllilllUll IB UUUUUUUV.U. can bo but little doubt of tho fact. Washington. Dec. Kentucky's ap that the most sorrowful, tho most Incidents that have trans- portionment of Federal aid road was f 1,5C2,2G6.53, pired within our midst, recently and funds for 1917-1- 9 to report mado to the otherwise, has been tho culmination according of seasons of wrong doing. Sadder Houso of Representatives by the of Agrlculturo. Of thla sum still, yet true nevertheless, It often projects happens that tho wholly Innocent allotments to 'approved suffer for the wrongs of others, even amount to $370,580.43, leaving an long after the violators of tlm law of unallotted balance of $1,191, 679.10. 4 right have ceased to exist'. Tho best Mr. Frank Foreman, cf Hazard, thing in the wor'd to do, is to stay Tight. Tho next most noblo thing Is came homo Wednesday, to be with to right tho wrong If one has been his mother, Mrs. L. P. Foreman, who Mrs Foreman's committed, whether intentionally or Is 111 of pnoumonia. condition was improved yesterday at otherwise. press hour. ll er W. S. TINSLEY, Editor nnd Business Manager.' K3MMBHBBBHBHMMBMHBWMWIllllilMBMWBMMWMBWwMB,'M quiet and nicely at this place, every STRAY STREAKS one seemed to have a good tlmo in tplte of the (By Fluko McFluko.) Fred Tatum says ho is going up in Canada beforo long. "Oh never mind whnt ho's going for." T'was a dry Xmns, yes Indeed very Tho mines nro running every Jin dry thank you.' Our old hulk hasn't now and looks as tho thoro will bo been so dry since tho year 54. good work tho balanco of tho winter i II THE UNITED STATES GORNMENT Evidently tho thloves who stole Capt. White's Starch wero men with families, or else they Intend to kcop. up a stiff front. Somo tlmo ago n smooth guy sold a lot of Toxas pcoplo seats at $15.00 each, to witness" tho world coming to an end. A few days back a Kansas farmer gave another shark $20,000 for n half intorest in tho North pole. Tho next thing In order Is for some. enterprising fellow to sell somo fool person tho equator, or maybo the Army Store , LOCATED AT THE Beaver Dam Coal Co.'s McHENRY,, KY. r Iw Store earth's Axis. A couple of fellows went to Uncle Dyer White's place tho other day, bought two bottles of Cook's Dry and axed him If ho objected to .their mixing n Httlo whiskey with the two bottles of hnrmless nnd klckless stuff. Capt. White says "NO, I have no objection to your putting whiskey In three bottles," as ho yanked another from his Ice chest. When tho customers announced that they had no booze and wero only Jesting, Whlto mediately ordered them to leave his promises and stay away. opened their Army Goods for sale on Tuescy December, 23rd., and practically the entire lot was solthe first two days. No wonder, prices were so lowpeople were compelled to purchase; coming in wagonabuggies and on foot from Ohio and adjoining counts, therefore immediately the United States Governent sent for" Judge John Wilson's Sunday school Class, composed of middle aged la dles, (and beyond) played him rather poor in the selection and presentn tfon of that Christmas present, when they made it a nice box of candy. You know It would bo so easy and handy Hko for Levi, John Allen nnd Mr3. Wilson to use the Judge's "present too, thereby lessening his chances of entire appropiatlon as originally intended. (?) Mrs Wilson I believe, Is a member of her husband's class and of course had nothing (?) to do with making it a box of candy. ward the ' , Second Car Load of Army Foods, Shoes, Blanlets, and Gent's Apparel Which are now on sale at GUARANTEED GOVERNMENT PRICES. First come, first served. "Ud knocked uot in the first round. Come at ote and sego so rapidly the sppry don't cure your share, Hi-cos- t" y near-sighte- . .. .- Sec-rota- ry SIMMONS W. E. ELLIS & BRO., quoto the following top prices today for Eggs, Mr. Clint Ortkelso, who was 5Cc; Hens, 20c; Stags, 16c; Cox. 10c; in tho mines by a fall of slate, is , Ducks, 20c; Ceeso 17c. at this writing improving uiuwiy umi ESTRAYEI) Is thought to be out of danger. Mr. R. P.' Bell, who wns injured at tho Ono red Steer Calf, about one year eame .time and by tho samo fall of ' slate,' is able to bo out and will bo old. Liberal reward. ' -on duty again shortly. f ?iV. TICHENOR;Ky. "Norton, The Holidays passed oft very 27t2p NFAVS AND KQU1HK BROWN'S FIR&T nv ' " Some days ago a young army offl cer who had not been hero for more than two years chanced to meet an other young fellow in our office Dur ing the absence of the officer tho oth er young fellow had gotten married as-theThe two being warm friends tho of fleer very naturally asked' the other how ho liked married life, when he replied, "It's the only thing, Cap., great, you ought to get married, some life" then InVa subdued and avsniue whisper he said " really If you think of taking such a step 1 want t& talk presents. After a very In with you privatoly first." (For six-bi- ts rated with terestlng program Mr. and Mrs. Santa we will keep names a profound EveryClaus gave out the presents. secret.) body had a nice tlmo especially Mr Arlio MIdkiff. SPECIAL BARGAINS Rov. Ira Day and family, of the Bowling Green Circuit, spent the.hali-day- s From Jan. 1st. to 5th. wo will sell with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mens $0.50 Corduroy Pants at? 5.tfO ' 15.00 G. G. Day. $20.00 Suits at Mens' 12.75 Ladles' $20. Of) Coats at CLEAR RUN. 20.00 Ladles' $28.50 Coats at HUB CLOTHING CO. , Mrs. Fannlo Murray, visited her " parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Crow MESDAMES BIRKHEAD- MISCHKE ENTERTAIN during tho holidays. Mr. Amos Stewart, who has been 111 for somo time, is better. Mesdames H. E. MIschko and E. E. Mr. and. Mrs. L. F. Johnson and Blrkhead entertained, Informally, at children, visited Mrs. Johnson's partho homo of tho former, last Saturday afternoon, In1 honor of a number of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dn,vo Havcnor, of visitors who wero spending the holl Heflin, during, tho holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoover and days hero with relatives. mother, Mrs. Emma Hoover, visited Progressive rook was Indulged in, Baxley, at Jinafter which luncheon consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie go, Saturday night and Sunday. dainty salads was served. Besides Mr. Stlnson Park, of Clear Run, quite a number of local ladies, thoso W, and Miss Golda Baughn, of Concord, present wore: Mesdames Edward and Cooper, of Nashville, Tenn.; Vernon were married Saturday afternoon, tho boys of Clear Run celebrated tho P. Llgon, of Henderson, Ky.; B. W, andd-fashlone- d charivari. Frost, of Moorman, Mrs. J. C. Her, event with The Christmas tree and exhibition of Louisville and Miss Lucilo Bar at tho Clear Run school house was atrett, of Barrett's Ferry. tended by a largo crowd of patrons and friends. Tho recitations wero FOR SALE. beautiful and the pupils recited well. and his wife 12 acres of land on public road, Old Mr. Santa Claus wero thero and promised to conio house, well in porch, good fruit trees, nice shady yard. On mall again next Christmas. Mr. Harve Smith's Httlo son, who route. Prlco $1200. has had typhoid fever has recovered CLYDE TICHENOR, 25t3p Contertown, Ky, and is able to be out again. Cumb phono. This Is a beautiful day and tho last m ono In this year, 1919. The birds are SULPHUR SPRINGS singing near my door. I, believe poor, Httlo Mr. John Mngan, of Berea Collego. they think spring Is hero, spent tho holidays with his parents, fluffy darlings will no doubt soon see fa'do' away. I wonder Mr. and Mrs. Jim Magan, of hls tholr dreams how niany of the boys who read tho placei Republican love and protect Miss uesaie Ausun was mu guesi ui Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday. as far as they can, the song birds her slstor. you will Mr. Edward Leo entertained wlb a about their premises. If supper cnnsimao nignt. iT. plant some Vino or troe near your pound house that remains green throughout was enjoyed by all present. Draper entertained, her the winter they will make It tholr Miss Dlclo friends with a Social party Saturday home and every warm, sunny day you may hear them sing. night, December 27. m Mr. Charlie Day, wife nnd baby FARM FOR SALE. Day's parents, Mr, and visited Mrs. Mrs. C. T. Austin, of Horton, recent My farm of 70 acres at Horse ly. ' Mr, and Mrs. Raydo Miller aro tho Branch, Ky., about 45 acres In woods, emalnder In high state of cultivation. proud parents of a flno, new Boy. Miss Fannie Blacklock has return- Fine young orchard, new house and ed from Chatham, Illinois, where slii) other buildings; a real bargain. Imhas been visiting her nephew, iMm mediate possession. Also one extra large b,ay mujb. John Minor. y. M. CROWDBR, Airs, liiruie .iiumm, uiu iuuvjibe.vij "'' ' ' 1215 Walnut St., gave a Christ Sulphur Springs school ' Xv ,Owensboro, Ky. mas tree. Tho tree was nicely deco 24t3 last. i .. Wtl,. . 1 YOU WILL WANT A m Coat Suit At the tempting an greatly reduced price. ' I Each suit is correct inevery tail in q trw rtr yti4-- "i de- - wtvr.4- - unnnnl' mandate of the country's best style authorities. We Have 25 Coai Suits At the following prices: $26.50 $28.50 $30.00 $32.50 $35.00 $4&50 Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now. Coat Suits, now .$21.50 i ... i ...-.. ... I . .. 23.50 24.50 26.50 27.50 32.50 i Don't fail to see these if you are in need of a Coat Suit. Carson . - Hartford, Kentucky. ., Co ' mp" -- r -- ?- fl'Wni'i Mfrr wMH. .; V jvj mwmwmfmm '. .A." . "r 'ITf ' ' r' "W.lfPTPT' V ' -.- Hlf.UflHP'nllT' -1 IT , . pfWT:i 1A ft. Jf -- K I I I" IJ If I I Squirt V. S Dean, of Dundee, was hninng tho:ic attending the Baptist Mission BoardMeeting here Tuesday. Dr. T. D. Ilenfrow, of Cyntlilan, has his farm consisting of 100 acres, near Dundee, to Mr. Itonda Miller, for $8,000. Bold THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56" AUTO TRACK WAGON -- Hfirfifftf 1 1 WE THANK YOU! .. J Mr. E. E. Brown, of Llvermoro, returned homo today, after visltlnc friends and relatives here three or " four days. f Auto Track TODAY, .-. - Get On the Right Track by Following the fe ir " j Hon. Alvls S. Dennett, after spending sevoral cloys hero with relatives, returned to Lioulsvlilo, Monday. Mrs. Bosslo Ilenfrow and children We want to extend to our friends returned Monday from a few days visit with relatives In tho Washington rolghborhood. Miss Loureno Collins, of Green ville, spent last week end hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Col lins and family.' Miss Norlne Dlack returned to Howling Green yesterday to resume her work In the tiowllng Green Business University, . Morten Itone, of Rlson, Ark., who Is visiting relatives at Ccntcrtown, was a guest f Mr. and Mrs. Isaao u and patrons our heartfelt thanks for tlieir liberal patronage through the year 1919. By your we have made this the best year in our history. We have done our utmost to supply your wants, and have tried by fair and courteous treatment to merit every favor extended us. . We extend to every one of you a Merry Christmas, and sincerely trust that the New Year will bring you happiness and prosperity. co-operati- there are over 6,000,000 auto- a. &&? i. : iiiuuiics uiiui iiiuiui ii uiK.a in use in nit: IZ&i&mZiZ&imx NfA United States. The users of these machines are "on the richt track" and they now control the "track" of the road in J? every part or the country 1 his locality is fr- .! VMrjnuw. tvauvTi. ' !... .V .V no exception, just su ciown ioi- an t nour i$i. 'msRr orso alongside any road leading to town f and count the automobiles coing by. Count also the farm wagons. You'll be surprised at how many more automobiles you It ' ' see than wagons. &3;t&hlBmS x y& c i--s on And you'll discover that the wagons that pull easiest and ride easjest are that follow the auto track, traveling in the" ruts moulded by the automobile. side-ijolting, wide-trac- k The wagons (60 inches) bump along with-onthe rut and the other riding the ridge, causing the wagon tongue to whip forth and back and putting heavy strain on the gears, axles and wheels. hard-pulling, the.-one- s n All Weber Wagons are standard auto-trac- k do you prefer an auto-trac- k wagon or an odd-trac- k fc U ' and we sell them. Whictt wagon? "out-of-tracl- i" Foster Saturday. j Mr. William Moore, who is a trav eling salesman for a Cincinnati, O.i concern, spent a few days here last week, with friends. Come in and see us when you are in town even though you may not be in. the market for a wagon just now, because we also handle a full line of .farm machines, repairs, etc. ' You know whe're we are located. . x Mr. E. Y. Vark, of CentralClty. spent tho week-en- d hero with his sin ters, Miss Emnla Park and Mrs. J. C t Tappan and family. '. ' Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. J -- &&&& U'f i FOR SALE! take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court bottom, the rest upland. House. One-ha56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good road. 5 room cottage, stable, 73 acres near Newville. other buildings. Price $3,500. barn and 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres wood, six" room house, two barns, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,060 cash, ballance on a long time. . 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per acre. lf -- , THE SOUTHERN WaTES HAVE ADOPTED THE'r56' AUTO TRACK WAGON llov. It. L. Brandenburg, of Fords vlllo, was here Tuesday attending tho ,.y. monthly meeting of the Ohio Coun Revs. Blrch Shields, of Beaver house, either Saturday or SobxSksc Allen "Babo" May, of Madlson- ' ,."llle, visited r.is pa-ety Missionary Boar'd. Mr. and Dam, Z. Ferrell, of Mcllenry, M. G. night, but if tho party will robxcaSfc Mrs. S. S. Mny, of this place, last Snell, of Central Grove, D Edgar Al- some time after dark uabeknorna ta Squire J.'L. Patton and family mov- week. i len, of Beaver D'am, were among the wo, we will bo very much and ajz&ss.? ed to this place Tuesday. Squire out of town Pastors, attending the ably surprised when we find It fit tffiisr Patton came for the purpose of sendThe Llvermoro BasketBall Team Baptist Mission. Board'meetlng hen morning. -- ing his son to school. defeated the Hertford team here, last Tuesday. Lon Eubanks, with' the L. Friday night by tho close score of Mr. C. B. Howard, after spend- 10 to 17. Mr. Richard T. Ross, who formerly R. Co., located as ho says,, jnattaasff-wher- e, . ing Christmas week hero with his resided near Hartford, bu for a numdoing most any odd lor Wafcr ber of years a resident of Flagstaff, family, returned to his work-- in DeDr. and Mrs. T. T. 'Renfrow and" Arizona, no other person cares to do; wasritr was In Hartford last weekcatur, Ala.; Monday. daughter, Helen, of Cynthlana, aft?r 'Monday. lair.' EubanRs is end. Mr. Rbss Is in the Forestry town visiting relatives here and at Dun Servile, Department of the Interior, RnipmlM contlerrian and the aeSfr- Mr. Jefferson Watterson and wife, several days, returned to khlng we know "pi to his dtsJcreaiJiiSst home in Ashley. dee, fOr U. S. Government. returned to their ' their 111., Tuesday, aftefhavlng spent spme the fact that ho helped tho L. a?3K. R. K. We do not know for certain who build this M. H. & B, tlmo here with relatives. "ACaylo Taylor, who ls.wlth the I. C. stole tho new shovel' .. out of our coal through Ohio Countyi. , Tenn., spent Mr. Walter N'orrlngton, formerly n,, R. Co., Memphis Of Mncco, who has been in Detroit, Thursday and Friday of last week visited here wltb his motbsr, Mrs. W, M. Mich., for tho" nast year, Hudson and Mr. Hudson. friends hero last week-enns, i - . d. G. Barnard andxfamlly of Dunde-returneMr. Earl Barnes, after spending a on tho 2Sth from the S'outh parents;' Mr. few, flays hero with his arid (Mrs. Ham Barnes, has returned, where they hail been on a pleasure 'd Be&veP Dam, Ky., December; 19I& - tohls work at Collier, Contracting V. Va. trip. They visited New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola and other points. 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. 'Will CAL P. KEOWN & CO. HARTFORD, f Real Estate and Insurance - I v KENTUCKY. Mr. Byron Foster, with the Gould Mr. R. T. Collins has purchased Co., of Nashville, Tenn., spent tho week end here with his par- the. building on tho corner of Main and Washington! streets, formerly ocents, Mr. and Mrs- - Isaac Foster. cupied by Dr. E. W. Iford as an office, movo Into same at an early and' little and-wil- l Miss Electra Carson nephew, William Carson, returned date. V ' Monday from Owensboro, where tHcy had been visiting relatives for severaniL Leeman Messrs. William al days. Smith, of Repton, Ayere guests of their uncle, Mr. C. Ev Smith and Mrs. Mr. G. Q. Wedding, with the Axton-Fishe- r Smith last week-envhllo visiting Tobacco Co., of Louisville, other relatives lq thp County during spent last week end .here with his the week. father, Judge R.,R. Wedding and Mrs Wedding. R'emomber It you wish to save one d fuel third or more of.that Mrs. Amanda Nance and little and keep your rooms good and warm, grandson, William Nance, of Hender- you may do sp by putting In ono of son, left for their home today, after those famous Air-tigHeatofs, sold spending a week hero with .relatives by ACTON BROS. and frlonds. ; d, high-priceht 1; i t; The Hartford Republican JANUARY 2 ' J" FRIDAY v Mr. Levy Coleman, of tho Illinois C. C. Wedding, of.Chlcago, 111., State Highway 'omniLii'on l'co?a. to Ft. Wortn, Texas, stopped 111.--, was.ln town last ' e end. calling over hero Saturday and Sunday to visupon bid friends. Mr. Coleman also Mrs Sam Itlloy spending the it his father, Jutlgo R. R. Wedding visited his parens of near l'aradlse, week with relatives In Owensboro. and Mrs. Wedding. while m. Ohio Conntv. 1 -- 1 ' FOIl SALE Nice, bright straw, Mr. Edward Ford and sister,' M'ss ) Mr. A. E. Pate left Tuesday for See or pall El CRABTRBE. Amble, hnvo gone ,to Crescent City, go to make'thelr Seser; III., to visit his brothers, Florida, where they PERSONAL NEWS Mr. .Joe Hagorman and, family, of future home with their father. Dr. E Messrs L. A. and E. C. Pate. Before PlVWJ OUllALi returning next Monday. Mr. Pate will Dukohurst, h'avo moved to our City. W. Ford and family. also visit Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Watt I ' Come In and get y6ur sharo of meat I am paying more cash every day terson of Ashley, HI. sir. A. T.. Lee was In Calhoun tho , , quick, It you don't it will all bo goiyj, In the week for Poultry, Eggs and first of this weok. A.' J. WILLIAMS. Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin and Cream than any buyer I know of. baled. cvsni . : i' . Major Douglass D. Fe"llx, of Washington, was hero Saturday and SunMaurice M. Darrass spent last week day, calling upon his friends. endvln Louisville. Miss, Kennedy Collins left Monday Miss Ruth Tlchonqr, of Centertown, for Decatur, Ala., where she weni to is tho guest of friends and relatives spend two, weeks with friends. here, this woeki Itev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsvlllo, mibh Mnrv Foreman, of Dundee. was here Tuesday to attend tho BapIs visiting her sister, Mrs. Foster tist Missionary Board meeting. Jennett tm ween. .Mrs. 0. T. Burns returned honie Mrs. Chester Tlchenpr, of Nocreek, Tuesday from Whltesvllle, where she It spending the weekyvlth Mr, Arvln spent- the holidays with hor parents. . TJchenor, of this place. Mr. Curtis Maple, jmo pf HartMrs, BradflqM, of Owejisboro, was ford's boys, now In Detroit, Mich , the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edw.ard who has been very sick of measles s. and "flu", was reported as being ' imIlenfrow, oi Dundee, during the proved at pros holir.'.'. ' h,oll-day, Wo pay cash every day for eggs and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. family and Mrs. Lula Coppago. went to Cromwell Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin and lncidently Waltor Brown, of Detroit, Mich., (o partake of a big dinner given on who is spending the holidays with his ttio first of the new year. parents a Mcellnry,' was. a guest 6f Mr, Walter II. Parks went to Owhis aunt, Mrs. Isaac Foster and Mr. ensboro and Evansvllle.Ind.k Monday, Foster, last week-enreturning. Tuesday. Mr, Parks will Mr, Thomas' B. Caldwell, of Madl-con- ,. leave today for. Bowling Green and Wis... will leave .tomorrow for his other points, In connection with his home, after'havlng spent a week here, duties ns Federal Farm Appraiser. the guest of his sister ,Mrs. Joe T Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Belcher are the Miller and Mr. Miller. recipients of a belated visit from Prof.' Wilbur P. Rhoads, of the "Old Santa." The package was deCentral "City High School, who has livered Tuesday and contained a flno, been spending his vacation with his ten pound boy. The little .fellow apparents.'Mr. and'Mrs; W. II. RhoadSV pears to be satisfied with his sutv of near town, . wont" to Lexington roundlngs and will likely rail upon a shave before the Tuesday", to visit a friend, maybe: two "Dad" Belcher-fo- r 1 week is out." or three. J L.'T, IULEY, Hartford, Ky. d. Friends and Customers: Beginning January 1, 1920, we are going to inaugurate a. new ferstem. This, is madenecessary id adjustingthe estate of .J. D. Williams. , In inaugurating his system we have taken into consideration, s your interests as well as ours. The system is as : On and after January 1st we are going to gfve a 5 per cent discount on all cash purchases, except feed and seeds. Amounts of $10.00 an.d under must be paieff or in cash at the time of purchase amounts, of over $10.00, which our customers desire us co can-j- r can be arranged as heretofore by giving us negotiable t notes of. suitable amounts and time, bearing & from date but if paid within sixty days from, date no interest'will be charged. By inaugurating this system we can give our capital a quicker turnover and can therefore sell on a snialler margin of profit, and this we propose to do, giving our customers the benefit of this saving. We carry a full line 6f Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Stoves, power Washing Machines, home Lighting Plants, Gas F0ed Grinders, Cream Separators, Hardware, Saddles, single and double Harness, Collars, .Nails; Roofing, Feed,.Stdck Powders, Oils, and Implement Repairs., In fact, ourline will enable the farmers, fo do all their shopping at our store, and we want to assure you that when you buy here you are getting honest goods at honest profits. Wfe request you. tat come in and look over our line and judge for yourself as to price and quality, and we will take pleasure showing you through, whether you buyor not. Please bear in mind the above terms and arrange to take advantage of this 5 per cent discount, which on a. year's purchase will makea good saving. 'Just takfc your purchases for 1919 and deduct. 5 per cent aadt! you will no doubt be surprised to find what it wjH amount to. Then don't fail to take advantage o ' this saving for 1920. We, thank you sincerely for your patronage andl assure you that o,ur every endeavor will be to merit your confidence. With sincere good wishes for health and pros' perity during the New Year, we are Veiy truly yoursy fbJi-lowpec-cenEa-gin- es, ! i - . . V f J:. WILLIAMS SONS, Kyit . Beaver Dam, & . r a t - w-- tl! -- ...., s r r .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. nniiirr illlwWl ALBERT the national Joy smoke uiBBP za by N.J. Reynoldt Tobacco Co. 1 your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just joy'us a sideline as you eyer carried around in your grip ! For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your will present you! life as every "P. A. home-mad- ROLLING layo, vott'U find toppy red bag; tidy red lint, handtomo pound mnd half pound tin humidor and that ctaaay, practical pound cryttal glat humidor with spontfe moiatener top that keep Prince Albert in auch perfect condition I Arraitlntyrmr R. I J. Reynold Tobacco Company Winacon-Sale- N.C e" Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so delightful rolled into a cigarette and, so easy to roll ! And, you just A. is crimp cut to it like you been doing it since away back! You see, P. ! It stays put and you don't Jose a lot when you and a cinch to handle ..c start to hug tho paper around the tobacco I EaV jMru3 Ki home-rclle- d You'll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a patented cigi-eit- e, too! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke pipes where pne was smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the what a wad of smokesport will ripple your way way. And, every time you fill up ! me-o-my, SALE. said creek; thence S. SOU S. 125 MASTEK COMMISSIONER'S poles to the beginning, containing 55 onto Circuit Court. acres, more or less. Ohio Circuit Court. For a more fuller description see J. May Francis, Plaintiff. vs. Notice. E. F. Duke, et al., Plaintiffs. deed book 24, page 423, Ohio Qounty Titus Francis, et al., Dfendants. vs. Notice. Clerk's office. By virtue of a Judgment and order .Myrtle Armendt, et al., Defendants. The purchaser will be required to By virtue of a judgment and order execute bonds with security to betap-prove- d of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court enof sale entered at the November term, by the commissioner, immedi- tered' in the abovo styled action, at 1919, of the Ohio Circuit Court, in ately after sale, payable In equal in its November, 1913 term, directing the above styled action, directing mo stallments In six and twelve months, me to sell the hereinafter described first to sell the hereinaffer described prop- bearing 6 per cent interest from date property for the purpose of styled pay-unerty, for the purpose of paying the paid. To have the fore and of- - lng the cost of the above ., sale, and di- ,i tion f. i ... i costs of this action, togethor with tho , ieti ui u j"bi ,,, '" nn ,vin - ... ... and the cost of this ,.,,, cost oi uus saie, ami uiviunm mo i u- - retained on the land soiu as auui- - iiuiubiuo.um.iuaw. f .- -,, I among the parties entitled thereto, I malnder of the proceeds among tho, tionai security. outcry to offer for sale at parties enuueu tnereio, i wm ouei-Given under m hand this the istn will highest and bestpublic bidder at the the for sale at public outcry, to tho high- - (lay 0r December, 1U1Q. Court House door in Hartford, Ky., est and best bidder, at the Court OTTO 0. MARTIN,, 5, 1920 (It beHouse door, in Hartford, Ohio Coun- Master Cooimlssloner 0. C C on Monday, January tho regular term ing the first day of ty, KcntucKy, on January u, iyju, jolin T. Rone, Attorney. of the Ohio County Court) at about (it being"regular County Court day) i of one o'clock p. m., on a nt about one o'clock P. M., upon a " COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the hour six and twelve months, the credit of credit of six and twelve months, following described property t: Vlhln PlfpiiU Pnnrt. iuiiuwniK iiescjjueu iiiujjeiij, A tract or parcel of land in Ohb house nnd lot in the A certain y' Plaintiff, County, Kentucky situate and de town of Dundee, Ohio County. Ky..iAnl.sln " .T" on tho west side of the Hartford and , ?s follows: undsey et al., scrlDca.N. E. corner ,ueV rin?ri,.. stone, Fordsvllle public road and bounded Mayn2" ,R" fherty ! Def?nila"ts.' thence E. 139 poles to two dogwoods, ,i rt.1?..W Agrees.and ?Mte Wi'tothence, f. by said road; on the' of sa,10 another W. 215 "poles 0?" 4 6 ." hl, C,rc?it, norm uy naruuru andmnton's t?red, . of Cole's corners; thence with Cole's Ford public road; COMMISSIOXKU'S SAI;E. tll ,nI,i,. n,i, ( tho,-ulojxj- lu-vi- u. ( v,,!r Wffi'L.t 1.- by. mi nthe heirs of 'w.H. Duke, deceased, , l.i .i lr uj a n leloMandowned U.S Xk VKe same more or ess J. cranes uy wu- m,o' conveyed to-.road,. and 140 feet :". :.:,". Z77u"Jn.Z. ,,: Fordsvllle ,nubile i riiiiuiiiut:r ui iiiu uuv,ucui iiMt vw or more In length binding on Hart nartles entitled thereto. I will offer Ham Davis and wife, by deed of reFord road; and for sale at public outcry to tho high- cord in tho Ohio County Clerk's of ford and Hamilton's being a part of the same land con- est and best bidder, at tho Court fice in deed book 57, page 158. Tho purchaser will be required to veyed to Henry F, Armendt and A. T. House door in Hartford, Ohio Counimmediately after Hlnes and wife, Sarah J. D. Hines, by ty, Kentucky, on January 5, 1920, execute bonds to be 'approved by sale, deed of date March 1st, 1885, and of (it being regular county court day) with security payable In equal, tho inrecord In Ohio county Court Clerk's at about one o'clack p. m., upon a commissioner, stallments in six and twelve months, office, In deed book, No. 7, page 15. credit of six and twelve months, the healing G per cent Interest per annum The purchsaer will be required to following described property, t: from date until paid, and to have the execute bonds with security to be apA certain tract of land in Ohio A proved by the Commissioner, Im- county, Ky., consisting of 50 acres, forco and effect of a Judgment. lien will be retained on tho land sold mediately after sale, payable In equal more or less, bounded as follows: as additional security. Installments of G and 12 months, On tho east by the lands of A. F. Given under my hand this the 18th hearing 6 per cent Interest from date Butler, on tho south by tho lands o( until paid. Said bonds to have, the Cathena Romans; on the west by day of December, 1919. OTTO c. jiahtin Master comforce and effect of a Judgment, and a the Jantls of J. M. White, and onthe Court. missioner Ohio Circuit lien will be retained on the land sold North by tho lands of J. S. Daugherty. Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. as additional security. Tho purchaser will be required to i Given under ny hand this the 18th execute bonds Immediately afer salo day of Dec. 1919. with security to bo approved by the ' OTTO C. MARTIN, commissioner, payable in equal inFOR FLETCHER'S Master Commissioner O. C. C. stallments in six nnd twelve months, Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per o cent per annum from date until paid, . COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to have the forco and effect of a EGG-A-DA- Y Judgment, and a Hen will be retained HEN TONIC Ohio Circuit Court. on the land herein sold as additional TV. C. Bullock, et al Plaintiffs. you gotten your security. under my hand this 18th., Have security. Given vs. Notice. Given under my hand., this tho 18th nonlrorra vf TCnrrr-AT)- nv TTpn'day of December, 1919 Neal, et al., Defendants. Pearl day of December, 1919. ' J " "bb OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Coirf By virtue of a Judgment' and order OTTO C. MARTIN, missloner Tonic at the store nearest M. L. Heavrin, Ohio Circuit Court, O. C. C. of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court renMaster Commissioner Attorney. dered In the above styled action, at M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. your home? the November term, 1919, directing 4 me as Commissioner of said court, to Be sure your hens have a $100 Reward, $100 sell tho hereinafter described land The FOR FLETCHER'S for the purpose of first paying tho pleased readers of (his paper will be warm nest of straw, good to leara that there Is at least cost of the above styled action and one dreaded disease that science has food mixed with Egg-ADa- y the costs 6t this sale, and dividing tho been able to cure In all Its stages and remainder of the proceeds among tho .that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Hen Tonic and clean water, parties entitled thereto, I will offer Innuenced by constitutional conditions for sale at public outcry to tho high- requires constitutional treatment. Hall'B Give your hens a chance and est nnd best bidder at the court house Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally ,and 112 Millions acts thru the Blood on the MucousSureggs at seventy-fiv- e door in Hartford, Ky., on Mo faces of tho System thereby destroying with January 5, 1920, )it being the first tho foundation of tho disease, giving the day of tho regular term of tho Ohio patient strength by building up doing the con- cents a dozen they will pay Its assisting County Court) at about the hour of stitution and proprietorsnature In so mrfch big dividends. I to COLDS have work. The powers of Hall's faith In the curative ' and twelve months tho following de- Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Sale by For t for any scribed real estate, situated and be- Hundred Dollarsfor list ofcase that It falls cure. O. E. Crowdor, Horton. testimonials. ing in Ohio County Kentucky, and toAddrtss Send CHENEY & CO., Toledo. J. A. W. Johnston Drug Co., being a part of tho homestead of the Ohio. SoldP.by all Druggist, i$c. late James Curtis, and bounded as follows: 0. C. King, Dundee. Beginning at a stone ono rod east ' A. C. Leach, Roslne, Ky. of a sycamore tree, near tho toot of n flaoMiJ Narrows, R, 1. Laws & Harrison, hill below tho house, the corner of Stsndtrd told remedy (or 20 years James Curtis and W. B. Curtis, thenco . na A. W. Midkiff, Narrows, R. No. 2. ii, la ttsict lorro For Infants and Children In a northerly course 90 rods with opistci brciLi up s coia in Ji L. C Morton & Son, Centertown. corner, a stone in In Use For Over uourt riiev ei'P ". "!! no the old lane to Years Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. Monty btck II It MM. the C. T. Warden line; thence with Always bears a jta genuine cox n & Co., Narrows, 78 rods to a black F. Ronfrow tho Warden line w BWIIIXII B. toppicture. 1 n ur, urn the of Williams Creek; oak on tho banks Wallaco & Porter, Cromwell. At All Drug Etaret thence with the meanders of said Signature of A. W. Willis, Hartford. sweet gum on the east sido of a rSz to sell the ronorty. for the purpose of paying . 70onIeS.SoaOre.a & StK to-wi- Mn-- N. 41 ?! - JeJ-"!- . degrees; IV. qq M. 21 PolesNorlh il0',,;' 'JiS! Ohildren Cry CASTp R A - Ohio Circuit V3ourt. W. W. Duncan, ot n., Plaintiff. vs. Notice. Katie D. Af.hby et f.l., Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment nnd order of 'sale of tlie Ohio Circuit Court, entered nt IU Novpinbor, 1919 term, In the uboe silled action, dlrectl i,r me to se'.l tht hereinafter described property, for Hip purposo of paylui? tho costs of this action, together with the cost of this sale, and dividing the remainder of tho proceeds nmong the parties entitled thereto, I will offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder, ht tho Court House door in Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, on January 5, 1920, (it being regular county court day) nt about one o'clock p. m., upon 'a credit ot six and twelve months, tho following described property, Tho following lots are parcels of ground, located nt Mcllenry, Ohio County, Ky and bounded ns follows: Ono parcel of land in Mcllenry, Ky. known ns tho homo plco, consisting of threo different lots, together with tho Improvements thereon, bounded as follows: Lot No. 1 Being n strip of land lying south of D. M. Duncan's present lol in said town and being nil tho land lying between his lot and Howard street; the strip of land herein conveyed is 54 feet north nnd south and 150 feet cast nnd west. Lot No! 2 A lot in the town of McHenry, Ky., bounded ns follows: Beginning at D. M. Duncnn's N. E. corner and 'running 110 feet to Jnne Street; thence with Jnno street 113 tect to a stone; tnence west so feet to a stone; thence south 11 feet to Benson H. Bennett's N. E. lino; thenco west with said lino 87 feet to D .M. Duncan's line; thence North with said line to the beginning. Lot No. 3 Said lot commencing at the upper edge of tho McHenry Coal Company's lot on the dividing Jlne between tho llender Coal Com pany ami u. w. itentiers said lot, running, cast 256 feet to a stone: thence S. 209 feet to n stako; thenco west 256 reet thenco North 209 feet to the beginning. Being same lots conveyed to Daniel M. Duncan by E. F. Render and wife by deed dated April 20, 1SSG, nnd of record In the Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book 7, page 1S4, and by David S. Duncan and wife by deed dated September G, 1SS3, deed of record in the Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book 3,pago 433, and by Mnry and David Duncan by deed dated Feb. 23, 1SS0. and of record In the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 2, page 1SS. Also the following lot or parcel of land In McHenry, Ky., together with the improvments thereon: Beginning at a point 33 feet west of center of C. O. & S. W. R. R. in the lino between J. L. Render nnd Mcllenry Coal Company; thence west 129 feet to n stone; thence south 171 feet to r stone or stake; thence cast 129 feet to a stone or stake; thence north 171 feet to the beginning, containing one-haacre more or less. Tho mineral underlying same Is reserved with the right to enter, mine and work tho i same, Being same lot conveyed to Daniel M. Duncan by J..L. Render and wife on October 27, 1893, and of record in deed book 14, page 23G. Also another lot or parcel, of ground In McHenry, Ky., bounded as follows: Beginning at Phlpps street 93 feet from tho Southeast corner of Block 17; thence with said street to said corner; thence with Howard street west to southwest corner o said lot; thence with Jano street North 9G feet; thenco to tho beginning, being a strip off tho south side of block 17, 93 feet wide at tho west end. Mining privileges aro re served. Being same lot conveyed to D. M. Duncan by P. G. Cargal and wife by deed dated November 1st, 1890, and of record in the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 11, pago 331. Also another lot or parcel of round In McHenry, together with the improvments thereon, bounded ns'fol-lowCommencing at the southwest corner of block 17; running east with Howard street, 70 feet to a stake; thenco' North to Mary M. Wilson's east and west lino; thence west with said lino 70 feet to. Jaio street; thence south with said street 9G feet to tho beginning, being tho west end of Mary M. Wilson's lot. All mineral under said land being reserved nnd noe conveyed. Doing same lot conveyed to Daniel M. Duncan by David S. Duncan and wife by deed dated November 15, 1886, and of record In the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 7, page 295. The purchaser will bo required to execute bonds immediately after salo wlth security to be approved by tho commissioner, payable In equal Installments in.rlx and twelve months, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cont per nnnum irbni date until paid, to have the torco and effect of n Judgment, and a Hen will bo retain-o- n tho, land herein sold as additional to-w- it: lf s: DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUIIT. Judgts R. W. Slack, Owoniboro. Cotu'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. ( Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, lUSAVKK DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. Clerk R. W. King. , Pollco Judgo J. W Coopor. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Hartford. Police Judge C. P. Kesslngor. 1st Monday In March 18 days Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. Monday in May 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. 1st 1st Monday in July 12 days County Hoard uf Education. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday in Septombor Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Civil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday in November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvlllov Div. No. Com'th. and Civil. Ky. . Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows. COUNTV COUKT. Ky. Meets first Monday In each month. DIr. No 4 Robert Ootf, Roslne Judge: Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. , Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-townSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tichenor. Timo of Meeting 1st Mondny in D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner February; 1st Monday in April; 1st Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in AuCoroner; E. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st Monday in Decomhcr. FISCAL COURT. County Board ot Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April and E.S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sande-fu-r, . October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, , 'Jan. "24 nnd 25 Common schoo Route 3. , Hartford diploma examination. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, BeavBeaver Dam and Fordsvillo. er Dam. May, 9 nnd 10 Common' school' 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. 4th 'District G. W. Rowe, May 16 and 17 County teachers" 8th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. examination. (White) Hartford.' Mrty, 23 arid 24 County teachers Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. ' examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. nnd June, 20 and 8th District B. C. Rboades, Hart examination (whlto) Fordsford, Route G. villo. Juno, 27 and 28 County and. HARTFORD. Btate Uiachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. Ohio County Institute. July, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford.1 ' Marshal E. P. Casebier. Sept., 19 and 20 County and ROCKPORT. State teachers' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. Hartford. Sept. 26 and 27 County nnd State Clerk Rushing Hunt. cachcr3' examination (colored) Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. , 20. t.. Stata-tcachcr- s' 7-- Every Woman "Wants If km j Has tfXtiianSfitry deAQtins and ttermickUl rcwrf. . wi-..'.j. va au UIUkLKl.U. V. UJMIU UT rmj. The Company. Dotton. Mil, . n f fctsl Jl R' lltl Tu J FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stopp pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation.Recommended by Lydia E. Flnkham Med. Co, for tea 'years. A healing wonder for naral catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. ihfl rVB 5r mtw - Zr? 1 Mothers use . i VWrey,s VerMi ffsmm 4C .A f Mm m AVMi ue JpTfl A Safe, Remedy for Worms : v-z- si m k . Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female wcaknesse they are the kupretna remedy, at thousands have testified. itfrs ctric a ISift Setentr-fltous uro le the Mt ttotlmunUl ritCY'S VEHUirUUi: can oiler you. p a boUle ala;e on hand. Krf It will help krep llio UtUa onct happj an J licallnr. 21c. a bottle at your draff, flut'i or irenenil etoret or II jour dealer can't eupplr rou Mod hla name and 23c. In etaim and we'll aeud jeu a IxiUla rr' continu- t n f fin.? prompt!. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. ! I . FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR When lie Day Is Over Whon tho GERMINAL REMEDY household 9,m&M7 worrios of everyday life have dragged pares and tho Hyrt1 hVHiIV 7z help you It coats you nolhlaf. A Treatment ! for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION you down, fftSxf mado you py and there is noth- A quick relief for that tired, run down leelloc. coucht, pains in cheit. nlsbt twrati, hrraor rbacei, weak lungi or coniumpllbn. II it does-notg FOR. ONE MONTH - t !! r""'" Children Cry CA3T.ORI A used last year KILL HUL'S CASCARAWUININI CASTOR rA 30 -- G&&$$feifa 1 ing in lifo but headache, backache and worry, turn to tho right prescription, one gotten up by Dr. P.crco fifty years ago. Pvcrything growing out of tho ground seems intended for soma uso in establishing natural conditions. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., long sinco foundout what is naturally best for women's diseases. Ho learned it all through treating thousands of cases. The result of his studies was a medicino called Dr. Picrco's Favorite Prescription This medicino is mado of vegetable- growths tha,t nature surely intended for backache, headache, weakpains, irregularities, ening, bearing-dow- n pclvio inflammations, and for tho many disorders common to women In all ages of life, Dr. Picrco's Favorite Prescription is mado of lady's slipper root, black cohosh root, unicorn root, bluo cohosh root and Oregon grape root. Dr. Picrco knew, when ho first mado this standard medicino, that whiskey and rnorphiuo aro in jurious, and so ho has always kept them out of his remedies. Women who tako this standard remedy know that in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription they aro getting a safo woman's tonio so good that druggists everywhere sell it ;n liquid or tablet form. - OHIO MEDICAL CO, SIumc? USELIV-VER-LA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Peel right all the time. Don't lay from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yoii on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troub lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl tako anything" else. You can't afford Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in Us effect and certain in results. If won't bo long beforo win completely displace calomel in over) home,t Children can tuko it freoly anj with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- - of . it -- li'-Ve--- la M , genuine without the likeness and signer wro ot I K. Grlcsby. For salo by r t, H, OTILLIAJtfJ, - Hftriicsdt ' i' t -- - - TF w " "w .r - ?6ilt Mrr-- - t ";?c p r' IV ir A P1NANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY . Wndc, dies., samo Chlnn, Arthur, samo Cnrson, Jno., samo Montoo, Qco., samo Chlnn, Wilbur, sanio (Continued from 2nd lingo.) '. . Tnto, Mort, samo IlORors, Whlttler, samo . , . . Mooro, Howard, snnio Sliultz, V. 8,. 2, Bnmo.... Alien, Jno., samo Swain, Hoy, sharpening grad1.50 Kcsslngor, .Wllllo, samo 7r. er blndo G.op Chick, Will, team Tnylor, Estill, 3, samo.... 2.00 Tnylor, Henry, samo Taylor, Moscco, 1, Bnmo.... 4,00 Jackson. It. S., samo Tnylor, Thrumnn, 2, same. . . llvrlwrt, Gray, W, H., same 10. CO Stovens, Otis, samo Tnylor, n. C, C, same 6.00 Smith, O1I0., samo. . .'. Wllkorson, Gcorgo, 3, same. . Austin, Heber, sanTo., Arnold. Arnold, C. W., 2, snine 4.00!llrown, Jno., samo ". 8.00 Stevens S. u same Same, 4, snmo iz.uu Rogers, E. E., forcmuii . llyors, James A., o, Bamo,.. 8.00 A'ri.io, Howard Intoror . Embry, Enoch, 2, 2 teams .. 2.00 AlfMd, hnmo. Jones, Ira, 1, Bamo 3.00 Clui'k, Uayt.iond, tame. Smith, Norman, 1 V6 . samo.. 13 27 2.10 names, II. D., samo 16.27 .35 Duke, J. P., snmo .35 Wdstcrflcld, Herbert .same. . . . 16.37 .70 .17 IJalrd, J. A., patno 113.30 1.75 Bennett, Ell, 'samo . 13..13 21.00 Shown, Lon., Bamo 12.42 2 r.o Wcsterffcld. Cecil, snino 5.40 8.75 Kesslngor, E. E., water boy. 4.80 3.50 Westerlleld, Gilbert, laboror 11. J7 1.75 Leisure. II. A.. Bamo 11.02 14.00 Rowan, Claude, samo 11.02 12.00 Hoover, Alfred, same J.. 22.80 McCnnn, A.. D samo 'J. 'J 12.00 Dennett, E. L.., samo 6.30 14.00 Dalrd, Arthur, same 5.25 6 00 Wndc,- - Oscar, samo , 5.95 C.0O Jones, Henry, samo 1.57 400 Wade, H. L... samo 5.25 4.00 Humphrey, W. H., same. . . . 36.00 10 00 Ashley. Dennis, team 36.00 5 25 Kirk, O. L., samo 34.40 A, S., samo 5 25 Rowan, 33.60 snmo 1 '(5 Pnrk, M. T 12.00 Wcstorfield, J. It., samo . . . 15.00 23.20 16.00 Dalrd, II. A., same 28.80 A 00 Hoover, C. W., same 30.00 12 0i' Hoover, C. W., same 30.00 ;- - 00 Wndc, IP. L., same 14.40 4.00 Hamilton, John, samo 18.00 10.00 Lowe, T. W(, samo 21.50 5.00 Westerfleld, J. R., samo 0 Ashley.' W. C, samo . 22.80 26.40 1 r5 Slowart, E. D., same' 14!4 1 !i0 Tucker. J. A., samo 26.00 1.50 Tanner, J. W., same , 18.00 1.20 Acton. J. W.. samo 21.60 1.20 KesslngeryE. E., same 1.20 1.20 McCan, A. D., samo ,. .so 1.20 Donnott, 4. S., same 14.40 1.20 Shown, Golden, same 38.50 1.20 Dalrd, E. C, foreman 6.30 2.80 Leisure. It. A., laborer 7.87, 2.80, Duko, J. P., same 4.7 z 2. SO Mills, W., samo 4.72 2.80 Barnes, Dee, samo ,. 4.72 2.80 Wado, Oscar, same 4.29 2.80 Jones, II. T., samo "87 2.80 Westorfleld, dllbert, same . . 14.40 2.80 Westerflold, J. R., team '. 18,00 2.00 Stewart, E. B same 13.00 2.80 Ashley, C. W., same 18.00 7.00 Tanner, J. W., same 14.40 100.00 Gilbert Westerflold, same... 1440 42.00 Paries, M. T., samo 19.95 Dalrd, H. A., samo . . . . s. 10.80 4.50 5. 85 Westorfleld J. R.snatch team ' 3.60 G.75 Lolsure, R. A team 18,00 22.50 Wado, H. L.. samo 1.S7 .30 Westerfleld. Herbert, same : 17.60 1.50 Dalrd, E. C, 'foreman 2.02 16i50 Westorfleld, Gilbert, correction 4.CO List of claims allowed by County 225 Court, year 1917: .75 Hunter, C. O., ditch tax. . $19.50, .75 Gillespie. R. II., work onO... V 1U.UU 12.75 Adams, J. D. & Co, grader re, 2.70 .00 pairs 9.30 Gillespie. It. II.. work on .45 U0. 00 grader ., 14.70 Same, samo 10. 00 ' 3.00 Crowe. C. M..trlp to Frankfort 16.00 .75 Drowder, W. .W., same.... 16.00 .(0 Mitchell,. J. E., same 16.00 .75 Stovens, W N., Com'r 2 days 6.00 1.50 Render, E. F., same , 6.00 5,70 Drown, W. S same. 6.00 1. 3.15 Oiler, Will, work on bdge.. 9.00 .30 Napier, D. W., conveying chil24.50 16.09 dren 46.90 Carlton, D. R., surveying. . . 10.00 17.50 Wilson, Jno. D., expenses... 10'9'4 39.55 Williams, J. E., freight 534.82 52,50 Wilson, Jno. D., Incidentals. . 15.72 24.85 May, S. S., work on levee. . . -- 9.00 46.90 Same, same 31.50 57.75 Shown, Clarence, lumber. . . . 5.60 31. S5 May, S. S., work on levee . . . 18.00 44.10 May, S. S., same 7.0) Wilson, Jno. D.,-- expAises.. 26.00 8.15 38.15 May, S. S., work on levee. . . 20.50 61.25 Reynolds, J. M., road bed. . . 40.00 5.60 May, on levee. . . 44.10 3.85 Same, S. S., work 42.00 same 16.00 Marks, Margaret, conveying C.OO .. 14.09 children 7.50 Wilson, Jno.....',. D., same .75 May, S. S.,i work on levee. . . 16.02 27.50 5.75 Same, same , 49.50 1.50 Samo.. samo ,37.00 S.10 Hartford Mill Co.. cement . . 38.00 8.40 Hlmes, Sam, hauling 2.00 8.40 Dank of Hartford, interest.. 10.00 1.50 Election Officers, August 1917. .60 2.00 1.50 Drown, H. E Election officer '2,00 3.50 Thomas, J. II., same r. 2.00 10.80 Riley. S. P., samo 1S.55 Johnson, G. M., samo 2.00 15.7 2.00 Darnard, E. P., samo 2.Q0 12.25 Keown, C. P., same 2.00 10.50 Combs, Leslie, samo 2.00 S.40 Ellis, S. H., samo 2.80 S.40 Dalrd, J. A., same 2. SO 3.50 Ashloy, W. C., same 2.00 3.50 Shown, C. D., samo 2.00 3.50 Pniks, W. Q.. samo . . . . . . 32.00 Mitchell, J. E same 3.60 9.00 Acton, II. C. samo . . , .',. . 3,60 2.62 Weddjng, A. B., same 2.00 2.10 Renfrow, W. V samo 2,00 7.35 Westerfleld, J. Q., samo . . .'. 4.40 5.Q0 MIdklff, ,W. V., same 4.4,0 s 5.25 Moseley,, C. W., same 2.00 8.57 Daughn, A, C, samo 2.00 5.25 Stowart, Delmor, same,.... 3.90 1.75 Evans, C. D samo 3.90 5.95 Butler, J. W., samo 2.00 6.00 Taylor, S. C, saino 2.00 4.20 Drown, C. H., samo . , 4.50 5.25 Taylor, r. M same 4.50 .87 'Derryman, A. C samo 2.00 .52 Taylor, Hiram, same .2.00 18.00 McKlnney;.P. O., same 4.00 3.20 Ross, J. W., sanio 4.00 8.00 Hoslck, J. I., same 2. 00 8.00 Mnddox, C. C, same 2.1 30 00 W. C. DLANKENSHIP, ..,.. .... Healthy, Robust People Popular v 444 t Tho Do Laval Is tho inost efficient means ot separating cream from milk. It Is efficient because 40 years of separator- building experlcnco has brought tho best construction In every detail, That's why tho Do Laval skims so close, turns so easy and lasts so long. There aro moro Do Laval separators In uso than all , other makes combined. Mako It an present Ono that your wife will enjoy twice a dayj every day In tho year,, and It will pay for Itself every year you uso it. Ask" us about It. X-m- as .s..... ...... Everywhere ....... Good J I Health Creates 1111 Attractive, Magnetic Pcrsoiiullt) Anil Wins Admiration Healthy People Arc Happiest Pcpto-Mnngn- it .....I... ...... ...... Has Put Thousands In to Tho Healthy, Class Full-Bloodd, .v . I 4 T 1 Taylor, Henry, samo Allen, Jno., same 2.00 Wnllnce. Wllburn, tame.., 6.00 Annls, Enos, same 6.00 Jackson, R..S.iaamo 6.00 Rogers, E. E., foreman 2.00 'Jackson, H. S,, engineer , 3.00 locker, Fred, laborer .. 3.00 Drown, H. A., samo '. . . .00 Colomn.li, Sam, samo.. 2.00 Mooro, IIovard, samo. . . Chick, Ambler, samo.... 2.25 Chick, Raymond, same . 2.00 Hockcr, Marvin, samo . 2.00 Smith, R. T., Bamo 5.00 Haines. W C. samo . . . 2.00 Dorry, J. W sanfo . . . . . 8.00 Chick, Will, team ikhroader, 0. A., 4, samo... 4.00 Drown, J, Ci, samo Stewart, O. N. 2, samo 6.00 Gray, W. II.,' samo Sheriff. J. It., 3, samo 2.00 Jackson, It. S samo... Schroador, Geo., 1, samo. . . . 2.00 Taylor, Henry, Bamo Smith, Sherman, 1, same... 2.00 Stovens, Sam, samo . . . Thomas, W. D., 1, samo.... 2.00 ' Taylor, J. M., same Tlchenor, L.. W., 1, Bamo. . . . 3.00 Stevens, Otis, samo same. Womack, Itoscoe, 6.00 Coleman, It. P., samo .. York, E. W., 3, same, Austin, Heber, samo.... IUmIii. 4.00 Ilogers, Whlttlor, samo Allen, J. W., 2, samo..... 5.00 Rogers, E. E., foreman .. saem... Hoover, C. W., 2.40 Jackson, R. S., engineer . Stewart. E I).. 1. samo &c. . . Moore, Howard, laborer Sulphur, Springs. 2.00 Gray, W. It., samo Tlnsley, 11. G.. 1, samo 3.00 Qldam, Latna, same... Acton, Ira, 1 hi . Bamo 3.00 Smith, Ellis, samo Dozarth, Ira, l',&, same.... 4.00 Chick, Will, same Duff, Otis, 2 days with team' Smith, E .T.. samo Milgim. 3.00 Chick, Ambler, same... Clnrko, JcsHO. 1 , saio. . .". 4.00 Chick, Raymond, same . . Mngan, J. C, 2, same 4.00 Hocker, Marvin, same, : Same, 2, samo 4.00 i Smith, It. T.. samo Royal. J. P.. 2. sanio 4.00 Rains, W. C, same Royal, T. W., 2, samo 9.00 Derry, J. W., labor Taul, W. A.. 4A, samo.... 4.00, Coleman, Sam, same Wright, J. W.. 2, samo 4.00 Griffin, J. D., samo Westerfleld, I. T., 2, snmo. . . Hocker, Fred, same. ('innnu'II. I 2.001 Monroe. V., same Coleman, Sherman, 1, Bamo. ,. samo.... 5.00 Dalrd, C. T., samo Haven, J. N.. 5.00 Kelley, Henry, samo Loach. C. W., 2A. snmo. . . . '. 5.00, Dcrrr. Joe. samo Pnyton, Dud, 2Mi. samo... samo rnn Rains, Luther, same Taylor, Sherman. 'iVz. same. . Wnllaco.W. O.. 6. samo &C. . 12.10 Monroe, Geo., sumu 10.00 item, uiareucu, Williams, Roy, 5, same Gray, Cokley, samo. ....... . S. Kuckpoit. X. Marlon, samo . 5.00 Spencer, H. L., team samo. . . Chlnn, Murray. 2V&. Hosklns, ., . 3.00 Stevens. S. L., samo...... Same, hauling lumber &c. Graves. Win., 2 da. with team' i!ft Coleman, R. P., samo Hunter, Roy, 1, samo &c. . .'. Austin, Heber, same 5, samo... Johnson, Arthur, 1"1"nlch,ck' w- - D- - samo 2, same. . . Robertson, P. A.. ,JJ Rnlns, Luther, samo Southnrdt Hyle. 2. same 1916 p'nn Tnylor, Henry, same samo. Taylor, Jack, 3. 'UUJ Jackson. It. S., snine Itoxlnc , . ftft Gray, W. It., samo 2, samo. . . . .' DnbneyvVr R. Stovem, Otis, same D., 2, samo Hurt, ; llrown, J. C., samo..,..., L. 1, same Leisure, Wi : Smith, Geo., same Pierce. W. H., 1 Vs. samo. . . . Rogers, Whlttler, samo.., 2, same.... Young. J. W.. sam6 onn iI Taylor, J. M., samo D., 1, samo..T . Wright. A. Smith. E. T.. W. Renter. Dam. i:. Jt E., foreman Rogers, 2.00 Jackson. E. Ulack. T. D.. 1, same. .l engineer . . , R. 2.00 Smith, Ellis,S..laborer Will, 1, saem Doswoll, 2.00 Oldam, Latana, snmo . ... Jno., 1, snmo Knibry, 5.00 llnrrlson, Hood. 2 Us, same. , . Will, samo 2.00 Chiek, R. T., same Leach, D. C, 1, same. ...... 7.00 Smith, Ambler, bamo....(, Kyle 3 V4 . samo. . . Plummer. 2.00 Chick. V.. same Smith, D. H.. 1, samo 2.00 Monroe". W., samo Horaco L., 1. Bamo. . . Taylor. Dorry, J. Ccutertiiwii.' 2.0(5 Gray, Cokolcy, samo Ashby, L. L., 1. samo.... same 2.00 Wade, dies., King. C. P., 1, same... .. Coleman, Sam., samo 4.00 Hosklns, II. Lf, team W. T 2, samo Sandlfur. 4.00 Stevens, S. L samo 3'ichcnor, Alney, 2, Bamo... SlllllllllOtl Heber, samo 5.00 Austin, Will, same same Allen, G. W Chick, E ii W. 'oi(Nlllo S., samo 4.00 Jackson, It.It., same Dannon, W. E., 2. samo. . . . 8.00 Gray. W. Corley, Willie, 4. samo same 2.0Q Smith. Geo., Miller, R. A., 1, samo Rogers, Whlttler, same S.00. Smith, E. T., samo ....... Sherman, 4, samo... . Rusher, A(iiii Hie. Raymond, samo . . 00 Chick, Dollamy, E., 3 same Coleman. R. P.. samp 00 Samo. 2, samo.. foreman .,, Rogers, 00,IJackBon, E. E., onglncor ... Pf later, A. G., 2, samo R, S Itufiird. l.nttin 'lnlioror ... 2.00 'ni.llmm It. T.. same Haitlott. II. H., 1. same.... Sntlth, 8 00 . Ncal, Will, 4, same. Chick, ,Ambler. samo 10.00 Monroo, V., samo Ridgoway, J. H 8,. same... llnrlk-ttssamo . 2.10 Dorry, J. W., samo ., Dnlzo, Noah. 1, sainoJ &c.' . . . Wado, Chos., Raymond, samo Eahten, S. II., 5, same 1916 8.50 Chick, nnd 1917 Rogers, Olllo, same ..'... .1.00 Griffin, J. V.. flame Hoovor.'J. I).. Vs Bamo 2.00 Rogers, Whlttler, engineer. Jewell, J. E.. 1. samo...... 191G sai King. Ellis. labor Chlnn, 2.50' Hodges, Wilbur, samo and 1917 J. T 5.00 Earl. 3, samo..... Norrls. Chlnn, Arthur, same Rhoada, Archlo, 1, same, j 00 Carson, Jno., same 2.Q0 Stovens. S. L., team Sharp. Gilbert, 1.' name. o nn Chick, Raymond, same Wade, Einmiu, 1, a 8.00, Au8tin, Houor. same ' Mitchell, uan, 1. Jackson, Edward, samo lleflln. 4.00 .Chick, ' Will, samo . Kimo tw Henry, samo . . 4 .00 Taylor samo- Rlggs. Virgil. 2, Bnmo It. 3.00 Jackson, Otis, S., some Tannor, T. P., 3.00 .Stevens, R., same samo, . Joo, lva Gray, W. Pt. Pleasant. v. same.. . o no' Smith . Hell, W. M., IVi.same n'u0V Dalrd, E. C, foreman 2 teams Brown J06, 2 U. same r'oo Ashley, V. C, laborer samo. . . Igloheart, Geo., F.. samo boo Duke, J. It. D., samo 600iRarnes, samo &o Fulkerson. Erk, 4 , samo wcsieruuiu, u., outuo ... Hardin, Clarence, 8.00 wostorfleld uurutjn, Dutiiv. 1916 and 1917 samo 500 8 V4 .same Lindloy. C. A., same 3.00 same. Drown. J. W., 2.00 Shown, Tom, same samo Drown, Cicero, 1, 8.00 Rowan, Claud, same Graham, A. P., 4, sanio.f K.OO .Kirk, O. S., samo samo.,. Graham, W. J., 4, same S.00 Ward, V. 4, same . Mnttlngloy Jesse. samo 9.00 Canary, V. C, snmo Mitchell. J. E.. 4lBame.. Taylor, Estill, 8.00 Kisslngor, 4, samo Wcsterfleld, H. II.. EveretU samo . , . . 5.00 . team Cambron. J, P.. 2V6.samo. 3.00 Ashloy. Dennis, samo . snmo, . Farmer, Leo, 3.00 Tlchenor. Harlln, , saum Snme. 1V6, XXKlrk. O. S.. samo Kessl'nger, E. E., same Miller, 13 "Wedding, ttb8',,nnfn '' ' 5 00 . Halrd, II. A., samo '. Ecl0?'2 : 3.5o 1'owan, A. I A , same Hold, E. L., 5.00 .Miater, w. u duiuu . Sandifur.Cleve.2.same... 4.00 V ude, II. L . amq 2, samo.... Ilundloy, James, samo Shultz. W. U. Huff. J. S.. 6, samo T.ako, Ronda, samo samo. Hayno, D, J Parks, M. C, same. U.ntn Alll. Westerflold, ReaL samo Rogers E. E foreman . . samo, samo H. H.. engine?, jacKsou. 7.00 Ashley, W. C, laborer . . .. fihick. 'Raymond, labol-or3.50 Ward, V C, same T., same....... HodgeB, J. 4.00 Taylor, S, II., sumo' Ellis, an10 Smith, .35 Chick. Ambler, same 2.80 Taylor, E., samo I Monroo. V, samo 1.92 Everett, Kesslnger, samo Dorry, J. W., same. Allen, Walter, 1, Bamo.... Brown, John, 1, Bamo . Drown. Doy, 1, samo Dorryninn, A. E 3, samo... Cooper, Owen, 3 Bamo Combs. D. M., 3, snmo Kord, J. S., 1, Bamo Hlckoy, a. It., IVi, samo. . . . Jacobs, V. T., 1 , samo . . . . Miller, Frod, 1, samo Mlnton, Hardlir, 1,, samo.... Maples, Frank, 1&, same, 1916, l'lrtlc, Jainos, 1, samo Itlchardson, C. D., 1, snmo. . Richardson, J. H..2V5, Bamo. Ilonch, Veola, 1, samo.... 2.00 2,00 V. mill V. Hartford. .... How tho rind energetic, "womaji Is en attractive man or d! ,..,, .... ... .... 1.-.- ...... .... .... ... 1, .... 2, ....'.... .... ' ...... ..,.. : 2. ' ..... ' ... . vied by those who feol that It will always bo their unfortunate lot to bo thin, palo and weak-bodieAnd yet why continue to envy men and .women who possess a vigorous, healthy physical condition and an at tractive, magnetic personality? Poof health and lack ot vitality aro often merely tho result of Impoverished blood. n Is for people Gudo's whose bodje3 suffer from lack of n proper blood nourishment. onrlches the blood and increases tho number of healthy red blood cells, which are so necessary to carry the proper nourishment, vlgor-ousneand strength to every part of the body. Physicians Introduced Gude's to tho public because they knew that It contained the very properties that aro so sorely needed to build up thin, watery blood. For n 13 your convenience prepared In two forms, Hquldand tablet. Doth contain exactly tho same medicinal value. Insist on the genuine To be sure you are buying tho genuine ask your druggist for "Gude's". And be sure the namo "Gude's" is on the package (Advertisement.) 'activity, at times The liver loses Its and needs help. Herbine 13 an effective liver stimulant. It also purifies the bowels, strengthens digestion and restores strength, vigor and cheerful spirits. Price 60c. Sold by . m Ohio County Drug Co. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangass Pepto-Mangan Pepto-MangaPepto-Man-gah. P6pto-Mangan, Hi? msBB 4 Both Phones. MP W J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. Children Cry for Fletcher's She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of ' '. ,:i .... SWITZERLAND HAVEN FOR ARMY DESERTERS ' and nas been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy., yiow n0 one to deceive'vou in this.' " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. per-r6?j2- irs Just-as-go- ' ..... n' According to figures compiled by postal authorities more than 2S.000 deserters from foreign armies have come to Switzerland during the war period and up to May, ;919. Qf theso 12,000 w'ere Italians, 7,000 Ger- maus, and 2,000 French. Only 20 dgserters of the British army are reported and none from tho American army. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups." It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is. its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, , "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend What is CASTOR IA w GENUINE ' CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS POPE DENOUNCES FASHIONS ' ...... ....... .,2, Pope Denedlct XV of Rome has isthe sued a sweeping denunciation" present day fashions of dress as followed by women. He pronounces them indecent and he urges Catholic women to do all in their power to bring about a reform. Too bad that Mexico cannot be moved into Russln. Albany Journal. . wCsXSJi THK CBHTAUR CQMPANV, NBW VOWK CITV, In Use For, Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought -- . 1 ...... ,...t ... Heartburn, Indigestion or distress of tho stomach is instantly relieved by Herbine. It 'forces the badly digested food out of the body and restores tone hthe stomach and.bc-w-els-. Prjce 60c. Sold by Ohio Counm ty Drug Company. ,, , SIASTElt COMMISSIONER'S SALE. o 1 - WHY ARE YOU av- - RUN-DOW- N NERVOUS AND WEAK? Your Blood Needs Iron to Give You Energy, .... ...,., 1. . ........,' ....... I ...... ..... .... ...... .... ....'.... 1 14.1'0 i. t 2i. ..... 2, 1. ... C 1. n'Sl' $ 1. H'?"' "vy .... .... ,..;... .... ' ....... 11.00 8.00 Subscribed and sworn to befon IS. 00 mo, by J. L. Brown, John .11. Wood 4.K0 and W. C. Dlankcnshlp.. 31.5i. This December 12, 1919. 12.25 W. C. DLANKENSHIP, Clerk By MYRTJE MADDOX, D. C. 12.64 m 15.26 14.87 No Great Act of HeroUm Required 15.26 If some great act of haolsm was 14.00 5.25J necessary to protect a child from lU.bU croup, no mother would hesitate to 14.00 protect her offspring, but whon It la 1.75 only necessary to keop at hand a bot6.22 8.26 tle ot Chamberlain's Cough Itemed 5.25 and glvd.lt as soon as tho first in5.25 dication" ot croup appears, thore are 22.89 many who neglect It. Chamberlaln'J 22.S9 9 78 Cough Remedy H wjrbln tho reach of 12.00 all and is promp. mid effectual. 111 : 17.78 16,00 It the closed shop Is to be recognlz. 10.00 liJ.OO od as a national principle "wo nllght to any Ideas ot 16.00 as well bid good-b- y 16.00 futuro democracy ot Industry. Com18 89 pulsory membership In trades unions 5 33 2 77 cannot bo a good thing either for the, 3.151 union ltsolt or for the employer, and 11.55 least of all for tho man who Is comof an organization 10 27 pelled' to join Journal of 14.17 which ho disapproves. 14,17 Commerce J. L. DROWN, JOHN II. WOOD. j . Ohio Circuit Court. Ella Huff, et al., Plaintiff. vs. Notice. " Onls Westerfleld, et al., Defendants. a judgment and order Pursuant to ot sale of tho Ohio Clrqult.Court, entered In the above styled action, at Us November term, 1919, directing me as commissioner to sell tho hereinafter described real estate, for tha purpose of first paying tho cost of the ubora styled action &nd. the cost ot this sal,e, and dlvldinglho remainder of the proceeds thereof among Mia parties entitled thereto, I will offer for sale at public outcry to tha highest and best bidder at the Court House door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, January 5, 1920, ( It being the-firday of the regular term of the Ohio County Court) at about the. hour of ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described real estnto situate nnd being in Ohio County, Ky and bounded aa folldws: First tract. Degtnnlng at a stake S.'E. corner to tho original survey on north, sida of Vvhitesvllle and Boll's Run roadr thence N. 14 E. 63 poles and 8.10 links to a stake on said road; thence N. 75 W. 94 poles and 15 links' to' a stake In Frank WesteW. 63 rner's .line; thence S, 13 poles to a stake In W. boundary lino survey; thence S. 75 E. of original 94 poles and 15 links to the beginning, containing 40,44 ncros, being same allotted to the holrs of L, O. Westerfleld. Second tract: Beginning at a stone, W. A- - Russelberg's S. E. corner, It being tho N. E. corner of tin original tract on Whltesville and Dell's Run road: thence N. 77 W. 29 poles and 12 links to a stake; thence N. 13 E. 50 foot to 'a stake; taoiico N. 77 W. 50 yds to a stake; thence S. 13 W. 30 feet to a stake; thouca N. 77 W. 56 poles and 19 links to a stake, W. A. Russelberg's S. W. corW. 64 pcles to ner; thenco S. 13 Power, Strength and. Endurance How i9 your appetite? Do you relish the food you eat? Do you tiro easily? Are you pale and sickly looking? Do you Ret nervous? Do you sleep well? These are questions you should ask yourself frequently. Vou owo it to yourself and those around you to keep in as good condition of hoalth as possible. Neglect of little things often leads to serious and complicated sick nesses. You must not neglect to keep your blood pure and in condition so that it carries Hie ana neaun ana vigor vu all parts of tho body. At tho first sien or fatieuo or weak- new at any point begin to strengthen There is nothing that can compare with Acia Iron Mineral tor enriching tho blood and making this life fluid pulsating witn hoalth ana qnergy. Ask your druggist for Acid Iron Mineral. Ho will tell you that it is a natural form of soluble iron tho only form of iron which can oe absorbed by tho blood in sufficient quantities to bnng quicK ana lasting results. It will givo you natural strength, for it is a .remarkable blood tonic and body builder. For Sa'lo bV OHIO COUNTV PltUfl CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. l'AHSQXS & SCOVILWJ, Howling Green, Ky., Distributors. -- tho system through the blood. It is the surest way, for healthy blood carries strength to tho neryes, powers to xne muscles, ana replaces weaKj ness witn vigor. .i -- , a stake; thenco S. 75 B. 94 poles and 15 links to a stake on the aforesaid road; thenco N. 14 E with said rovl 31 uoles and 9 links to tho beginning, containing 26 acres. Biing same allotted to tho heirs ot J. L. Westerfleld. Third tracfc Heglnnlng at a stono, W. A. Russelberg's S. B. corner, It uo- Ing the N.E.corner of original tract on Whltesville and Bell's Hun road, thence N. 77 'W. 29 poles and 12 llnkt, to a stake; thence N. 13 E. 60 feet to a stake; thenco N. 77 W. 50 yds. to a stake thence S. 13 W. 1G poles and 19. links to a stakp; thenco 8 77 E. 36 poles to a stako on tbo aforesaid road; thence N 14 Dr with said road, 13 poles and 15 links tq tbo beginning, containing 4 acres. Being same allotted to J. L. Wes- Trapts Ncs. 1 and 2 will bo sold as a wholo and outright. Tract No. 3 will be sold subject to tho homestead ot Rebecca Westerfleld. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds Immediately after sale, wjth scurlty to be approved by the commissioner, in equal installments due In six and twelvo months, bearing interest at tho rat) of 6 per cent per annum from date unit' paid, and to have the force and effect of a Judgment. A lien will be retained on tup land old as additional socurlty. Given under my hand this the 18th day ot December. 1919. OTTO O.' MARTIN, Master Commissioner O. O. C. Woodward & Kirk, M. h. Hoavrln, Attorneys. terfteld as a homestead. These tracts will bo sold separately. Vr uwfrs '' x 5 1. w - PRE-INVENTORY tffl flH January 5 to 14, 1920 Excellent Dates for Great Savings from Clean Merchandise Ready-To-Wear Dep't. $24.00 23.00 328.00 Ladies' Coats... 18.00 22.00 adies' Coats . . .' 16.00 $20.00 Ladies' Coats 15.00 $19.00 Ladies' Coats 11.00 $15.00'Misses' Coats, 10.50 ?14.00 Misses' Coats 8.00 $11.00 Misses' Coats 7.50 $10.00 Child's Coat Coat'! 7.00 $ 3.00 Child's ? .. $ 7.00 Child's Coat 6.00 6.50 Child's Coat ,5.00 $ 5.00 Child's Coat 4.00 20.00 $25.00 Ladies' Suits' $30.00 Ladies' Suits 24.95 y4 (6.00 Silk Poplin Dress Skirts .' . 5.00 $ 7.00 Serge Dresses 6.00 .$ 8.50 Serge Dresses 7.00 9.00 $11.50 Serge Dresses $1.25 Elack Sateen Underskirts. 1.00 'BColored sateen Underskirts 2.00 3.50 $4.50 Silk Underskirts 5.50 '$6.o0 Silk Underskirts 7.00 Silk Underskirts 6.00 $1.50 Heathbloom Underskirts . . 1.25 .$2.75 Heathbloom Underskirts . . 2.00 2.25 White Muslin Underskirts . 1.75 $1.25 White Muslin Underskirts 1.00 '$1.50 Gowns v.. 1.25 J2:00 Gowns . . . 1.60 '. $2.50 Gowns 2.20 90 $1.00 Rompers $1.50 Rompers 1.25 2.00 $2.50 Boy's Wash Suits $1.00 Kimonas . 80 $2.50 Kimonas 2.10 $2.75 Kimonas .O 2.25 $3.00 Kimonas 2.50 $1.25 Ladies' Waists 1.00 $1.50 Ladies' Waists 1.20 $2.25 Ladies' Waists 1.75 $2.75 Ladies' Waists 2.00 $$.00 Ladies' Waists 2.25 $3.75 Ladies Waists 2.75 $4.00 Ladies' Waists 3.25 $4.50 Ladies' Waists 3.50 $5.50 Ladies' Crepe Waists 5.00 29.00 Ladies' Coats. - -- 5.50 $6.50 Ladies' Crepe Waists Georgette Waists. . 6.00 $7.00 Ladies. 12.50 $16.50 Ladies' Silk Dresses $12.50 Ladies' Crepe Dresses. . . 10.00 $3.00 Ladies' Gingham Dresses. 2.50 $2.60 Ladies' Gingham Dresses. 2.25 $2.25 Ladies' Gingham Dresses. 1.90 $1.25 Chiles Gingham Dresses . . 1.00 .90 $1.00 Child's Gingham Dresses . . $1.40 Misses' Gingham Dresses . . 1.25 $1.75 Misses' Gingham Dresses. 1.50 $2.00 Misses' Gingham Dresses. 1.75 $2.25 Misses' Gingham Dresses. . 2.00 $2.50 Misses' Gingham Dresses. . 2.25 L50 $1.75 Middy Blouses 1.75 $2.00 Middy Blouses 2.l $2.50 Middy Blouses .60 .75 Muslin Camisoles ; . 1.00 $1.25 Crepe Camisoles $1.25 Muslin Envelope Chemise . 1.00 $3.00 Crepe Envelope Chemise . . 2.75 Hats and Caps $5.00 Hats $4.00 Hats $3.50 Hats $3.00 Hats $2.50 Hats $2.00 Hats $1.00 Hats $3.50 Caps $3.00 Caps $2.50 Caps $2.00 Caps $1.50 Caps .75 Caps .50-Caps Silk Poplins & Georgottes $4.50 3.50 3.00 .... 2.50 '. 2.00 1.75 75 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.25 60 40 .90 .50 .65 .75 . : . ; I.... y, ". .'. $2.00 per yard Silk, black and colors $1.75 $1.00 per yard Silk 80 .80 per vard Silk 65 $1.25 per yard Silk Poplin 1.00 $2.00 per yard Silk and Wool Poplm 1.65 $2.25 per yard Crepe-de-chin- e. . . 1.35 $2.75 per yard Georgette 2.40 $L50 per yard Silk Chiffon 1.25 $L50 per yard Velvet Corduroy. . 1.00 White Goods $1.00 per yard White Linen .40 per yard White Linen 80 '. ; Trunks and Bags ; Shirts, Ties, Etc;, $1.00 Work Shirts . t $1.25 Work Shirts' $1.50 Work Shirts i $11.00 Trunks $10.00 Trunks $2.25 Suit Cases $2.50 Suit Cases ... '. 90 1.10 1.25 80' $100 Traveling Bag ..' $L00 Dress Shirts $1.25 Dress Shirts $1.50 Dress Shirts $2.00 Dress Shirts $2.50 Dress Shirts $3.00 Dress Shirts $3.50 Dress Shirts $4.50 Dress Shirts $6.0d Dress Shirts .25 Wash Ties . .40 Silk Ties .50 Silk Ties .75 Silk Ties $1.00 Silk Ties .$1.50 Silk Ties i ...'........ '...-.'..:.- . $5.50 Traveling Bag $8.00 Traveling Bag $9.50 8.50 1.85 2.00 2.50 4.50 7.00 .... , . 1.00 1.25 Wool Dress Goods .$2.75 $1.75 $1.25 $1.00 .$. 50 $1.25 .90 """ t .. '. . . .'... , .- '..r..:.. .. .' 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 5.00 .20 .30 .40- -. . , .. . .60 .80 1.25 per yard Serge $2.40 1.50 Per yard Serge . . . : 1.00 per yard Serge 80 per yard Serge per yard Cotton Serge . . . ; . .40 per yard Wool Gaberdine . . 1.00 75 per yard mixed Wool 60 .75 per yard mixed Wool - .50 .60 per yard Suiting 40 .50 per yard Suiting 65 .80 per yard Suiting 50 .60 per yard Striped Serge per yard Whitekirting per yard White Gaberdine. per yard White Gaberdine . . per yard White Gaberdine . . .60 per yard White Poplin .50 per yard White Georgette. .35 per yard White Batiste .60 per yard White Batiste .50 per yard White Madras .30 per yard White Indian Linen .40 per yard White Percale Suiting .50 per yard White Lengerie Cloth .40 per yard White Nansook .50 per yard White Beauty Silk .35 75 .40 .50 .60 50 .40 30 50 40 .25 x 30 ... . $1.25 $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 per yard White Table Linen per yard White Table Linen per yard White Table Linen per yard White Table Linen .40 per yard White Crepe 40 .30 .40 1.00 1.40 1.50 1.90 30 Counterpanes, Etc. $2.50 Counterpanes $3.00 Counterpanes $8.50 Counterpanes .50 Towels $ 1.75 '. Ginghams, Cheviots, Etc. 2.25 - 2.75, .40 20 Drapery, Kimona Cloth, Etc. 50c per yard Pongee Suiting 40c per yard Kimona Cloth 50c per yard Mercerized Sateen. 75c per yard Creton Drapery 00c per yard Cretan Draperv. . : . 40c per yard Creton Drapery uuc per yard Gaberdine . . .. .2frTowels per yard Ginghams. ,. per yard Ginghams per yard Clfeviot per yard Outing per yard Canton Flannel Best Brown Domestic 30c 35c 30c 30c 30c $ 25 .' 30 25 .25 25 20 40 30 .40 60 .50 30 50 sK A study of prices herein shown will convince you that our regular prices are cheaper than you buy elsewhere and this, together with the present condition of the market, considering the continued rise and extreme scarcity of many'lines, justifies our spying that this will be the most sensational pricing 6f . merchandise we have ever done and would advise early buying and a careful search for your wants from each department. s J TICHENOR McHENRY, KENTUCKY, m 4 fr '