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NUMBER 35 accus- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, D FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920. raro edifices that men dally time-defyin- reservations and his unwillingness to FEEBLE-MINDEHOME SEEKS TO BREAK UP hnvo tho nation becomo n party on any terms in tho Adrlntlc settlement. FARM HANDS' UNION WORST IN COUNTRY Neither Is It concealed that broad NEAR BREAK, BELIEF questions of party policy arc Involved In the problem of ratification, now gonerally admitted by leaders to havo Washington, 28. Seeking to Frankfort Ky., Feb. 24. "The Underwood Said To Head been thrust Into tho political cam- worst I have visited In America and halt organization Feb.farmhand unions, of Move For Caucus And . paign. Privately tho Senators press- Europe," Is tho description of the the Evansvllle, Ind., Chambcr.6f Corn- - J" Ratification ' Possibilities In ; -- r' , 1", The reason for this condition Is city. is a society Social functions, elaborate and gay, are nightly Indigencies, and they tempt the novices from tho country LOUISVILLE MARKETS. towns, who think they must get lost in the never ending whirl.-- FrankL. H. LEACH'S LONG LIKE Cattle Prjnte heavy steers, f 11. 50 Is the "Gay Paree" of Kentucky. .WITHLV SAME DWELLING fort Tho' women are tho fairest and most 12; heavy shipping steers ?i6.50"" of the Blue Grass country, 11.50; medium Pteers ,J.5010.-50- ; Mr. Leonard H. Leach, of Rob Roy, cultured light steers $8.50g9,5Q; fat gowns .and manners arC holds the remarkable record of hav- and their models of perfection. heifers $8 'if-- fat cows $7(0)10; The balls are ing resided. Within tho snmo buildriiedlum cows $5.50 fp 7; cutters $5 ing nearly S3 years, having been born i airy dream's, and It is said that oven 5.50; canners $4,i55; bulls $6.50 the preachers who come down from within tho four walls where his life 9; feeders $8 010.25; stockers $7 has been spent. In the 83 years Mr. the mountains, as thoy often do, to 9.50; choice milch cows $100 sit as, legislators, return homo with Loach has never been absent from 125; medium $75"1Q0; common the homo nsonuch ns ten days at a a strange shaking of the foot. Theso $55 75. Frankfort ladles are so charmingly single time, this Is also remarkable. "Cjlves Market declined 50o Many years ago, a Leonard Leach nild so graciously bewitching that the young men go wild about' them, the Choice veals $16.5017; medium emigrated from Marylttnd to Kentuc--a. and common kinds slow and considky, settling on territory whoro Louis- bachelors adore thorn and tho mar- TWO CALVES IN FIVEfWEEKS comried men look on with bewildering erably lower;, medium ville now stands, In whose homo IS FREAIftP NATURE mon $5 7. three sons voro born, ono of whom bat Jhe Madam will seo this. With Hogs Trade ruled- - active ' nnct was 'named Leonard. Two of tho conditions like these tMs Uttlo wonBUI Hatler, of Roslne, Is tho ownyoung men who como up Loach boys crossed the Ohio River der that the er of a milch cow that found a calf prices as tho result "nchanged. Best Into Indiana, to make homes for from the hill towns and thcvillages several weesk ago, a nice, white faced, hog4, 250 'founds up $13.50; 120 tu themselves, while. Leonard, enme to go out of office eligible to member- red calf, well developed In all 're 250 pounds $14.50; pigs 90 to 12) y Or-dm ' spects. Just five weeks after tho pounds, $12:25; 90 pounds down what is now Ohio County, settling ship In the Ancient and Humble The next reservation to ho considH. E. WILLIAMS DEAD of Lazaruses. near-Mt- . ZIon Church, whoro ho carvbirth of this calf Mr. Hatler went $10 50; throwouts $11175 down. p Sheep and Lambs Supply continered in the revision being undertaken Frankfoit is ncity of marked ed, from the wilderness, hls'future out to his barn one moVnlng and on tho Senato floor is tho trouble-som- o or at least 6f accented "polite- found Mr. R. hotter knotm homo. Into the homo of 'this memcow had becomo moth ues ot small volume. Hardy enough that tho X., ns "Dick", died at hlaqmoJlnp)aw-so- n qualification of Artlclo ber of.tho Loach family four sous ness. Its politician population, which er to another calf, likewise perfect to establish a real trading basis. Best against which tho President has dgoo.d conSprings, Sunday: or "heart trou wore born, one of whom was likewise is In a decided majority, haB grown In jnako-uThis last ad- lambs $15 down; strictly all irected his principal criticism; but tho ble. The remains wero conveyed to christened Leonard, who married and so accustomed to coddling tho.voting dition otjla cow's family was up and siderably higher; lighter kinds, 10 to the Republicans expect to ask that It bo Woodward's Valley, whoro funeral cleared from tho forest and estab- multitude that habit and intention taking its breakfast in the Way pro- 12, best sheep $7; bucks $6 down. laid nsldo until all tho others hnvo services wero conducted by Rev. J. lished his homo, building his house combine to produce a sociable and PRODUCE markets: vided by nature, In a perfect been acted on. Eggs Candled 45c dozen. every sort of manner when Bill arrived up Most A. Bennett, and interment took place from hewn, yellow poplar of consider- I friendly atmosphere. Meantime it is pointed out, a Demo- Tuesday at 11 o'clock. , Butter Country 30c lb. Those on the scene. able, dimensions, In which four sons body hero wants something. cratic caucus may have developed tho Poultry Hens 2728c lb.; largo Decedent was mora than four score wero also born.'nnd tho youngest of who are in want to stay in and those : sprlpg chickens 21 25c lb.; smalt real strength of tho movement among and ten, being only twenty days short UUcsfiJ&ithe subject of this little ar who aro out want to get in, nono deT. E. HUNLEY". l Democratic Senators to break away of 91 yenrs of ago. Tho greater nof- 25 26c lb,; old Thomas Elbert Hunley died at bin spring chickens was given me nroi namo oi spair of hope, and everybody be ticle, who from past policy of resistanco .and put tlon of his life was spent Injthls LoSn"ard, born Nov. 18, 1837. In- comes a candidate for public favor, home, near Hopewell, Sunday, night roosters lb.; stags 2024o the treaty through. Should a majority County, where ho was well known? nnd to this home the ratio of sons was and the effect is to develop affability at 8 o'clock from an attack ot heart lb.; ducks 22 25c lb,; turkeys 35 lb.-- ; guineas Doniocrats voto in held In high esteom. of tho forty-seve- n still maintained, entered to a fine art. But in observing this trouble. Funeral services wero con- 40c. lb.; gceso 16 19c It caucus to, make such 35c apiece, I cannot ducted by Rev. R. D. Benjott, of 30 tho Besides his widow Mr. Williams is therein, and the youngest of. these Is universal effort to please is expected by the Republicans that survived by two sons, Rufus, who re- likewise known by the namo of Leon- avoid a mental inquiry of the real Hartford, at 11 o'clock Monday morn, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. tho effect would be to bring over tho sides near Hoflln, and T. P. Williams, ard, yjio has himself a son.nnsworlug measure of sincerity that inspires It. ing, at Hopewell, whoro tho remains vofes needed for ratification. who is" a resident of the stato of Illi- to tne can or Leonard. But the collosal, the masterful, wero laid to rest. t The Mogul Tractor, Deerlng Mow White House May Stiffen Hanks. nois. Mr. Hunley was in apparent gonl If the record of Mr. Leach's birth the inspiring monument to Frankfort however, U In theso calculations and continued resldonco for nearly is the magnltlclent Capitol Building. health at tho time of, or just previous Lers oiid 'Rakes, International (Os neither sldo loses sight of the. possi- TU'P TEAMS PLACED 83 years within tho samo four walls Inside and out, it is a marvel ot sym- to his sudden death. He is survived borne) Disk Harrows, peg tooth HarIN DOUBLE HARNESS , can bo beaten or equalod rows, ono and two row Hoosler Corn bility that the White- House may bi any ono metry, of order and beauty, and Is by his widow. Drills, ono row- - Empire Drills, Low again exert Us Influence to stiffen who chances to read tills, wo would bo" tnQJnst anu flnal word ,n architec Cecil- Trail and Llllio Moore and Corn King manure Spreaders. Mo-tothe backs of the Administration Senatural achievement. Viewed from APPRECIATE KINDNESS plonsed to hear from them. International combination Cultl-to- s. or that tho President may if an Jas. LMoore nifd Qenova Daugher-tX- t. r tors . tho north approach, it presents a Wo wish td exprw our elncoio y nil ot Simmons, composed, two Innccoptablo o all who ratification impends, splendid and pleasing spectacle, and thanks nnd appreciation y 1'UIILIC HALE. Intonattonal comblnaUorn CultiCultivators, fourTho salo which was to hnvo been the observer wonders at tho almost so kindly assisted us during tho Ill- vators, withdraw tho treaty from Senato con- couples, making up a double wedding Primrose-Creastage'd in tho County Superintendent's held at my barn In Centortnwn, on mlrlclo picture that had to take form ness through which we have rocent-l- y teen tooth Cultivators, sideration. l Separators, in tact our lino Is might tako the latter course, it office last Saturday. Judgo Mack the 2lst., was deferred until tomor- - in tho devising architect s brain be Ho passed. . complete. ALFRED STEWART is suggested, to express at the same Cook porformed tho legal prollmln- - row, the 28. Come nnd get a bargain, fore the plans wore transcribed to j p. m. ALLEN. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. . tho bluo prints. It is one of those AND FAMILY", time his dlspleasuro with tho Senato urles solemnizing tho affair. counsels will prevail. They Indicated tonight that If any considerable num ber of Democrats wanted n caucus, one would be called. Hut they flaunt' as It is. ed tho suggestion that it might throw-ove-r (i O. IN Gains Strength the president's advice or show chiefs a majority against tho past and pres This Jtotal, Administration declared, exaggerated, but they con ent party stand on reservations. m ceded that were a voto taken tomorFLU PREVENTS COURT row on tho Republican resolution of ratification it would command more On account of tho prevalence of Inthan the seven Democratic Votes It fluenza, throughout the County, and got last November. constantly Increasing number of Tho movement for a Democratic the,, open,' its those who aro dally being subjected caucus may bring Into tho ravages of the dreaded malady, sponsors belleyo tho dissatisfaction to tho some Demo- It was deemed wise to have no Court that has smouldered In approaching March term. The cratic quarters since tho President at the to tho attorneys of the local Bar requested sent his memorablo letter Slack to call off court, calling .caucus of November 19, asking that Judge party vote' against attention to tho vast number of peoSenators of his who aro noy ill and the probaratification on tho basis of tho Re- ple dangers that would attend the asble publican reservation., sembling of crowds which necessariThe seven Senators who disregardly result from Court sessions. Judge ed his advice havo been actiyp conSlnck cdnsldered tho matter carefulstantly in their effort to d'lssuado ly, and agreeing with tho Attorneys, others from tho stand then taken, and directed that no session of Court be it has been nn open secr.et that their a very light docket, move, coupled with current political held. There Is and It Is very probable that n good developments, hns met with some sucmany of the cases set for trial could cess. not have been tried on account of tho Ilut among' both Democrats and Reor wlttnesses. 1 1 publicans It Is realized that tho en- Illness of parties view of 'this arrangepient It will be deavor to. break down Democratic re- unnecessary for anyone summoned ns sistance still has a long way to go Jurors to attend. If It Is to succeed. Wo (II Vofts Required to Ratify. DEATHS AND IUKT1IS Sixty-fou- r votes nro required to ratify tho treaty and although thirty-foSinco Jan. 1st, 1911, there hat Republicans voted for ratifi- boon a law In Kentucky that all cation In N6vomber tho party loaders deaths and births bo reported to tho are sure now of tho support of only Registrar for record. Tho local ofto bo fice having charge of East and West thirty. That leaves thirty-fou- r delivered by tho Doniocrats: an ovo'n Hartford and Deda Voting Precincts dozon moro than tho figure which has recorded n total of 435 deaths represented the peak of- - Republican and COG births to January 1, 1920, claims today. tho lattor leading by 230. In the In tho bollef that' time Is fighting yenr 1919 deaths exceeded births and on their sldo, tho plan of the Repub- If the present ratio is maintained lican leaders is first t clear away deaths nro certain to oxceod births collateral issues of tho treaty dis- Curing th.o present year. This is duo, agreement when tho subject comes of course, to tho prevalecne of so again before tho Senato, probably much "flu" and pneumonia. . ur Senators to inovo today for n caucus to discuss a possible) chango In party policy, and revived hopes'of tho Jlcpubllcnns that tho treaty might yet be ratified with tho Republican reservations adopted at tho last session of Congress. Who Initiated tho movement for a was not apDemocratic was understood parent, but tho inovo to have tho Indorsement of Senator Vnderwood, Alabama, a candidate Tor the Democratic leadership, and of other Influential Senators who have been urging that every offort bo made a ratification. Senator to bring Hitchcock, Nebraska, acting party leader, was not In Washington today, but will return tomorrow. On tho Republican sldo It was asserted that twentystwo Doniocrats, only a dozen fcbort of tho number required to Insure ratification, had signified a willingness to quit tho lead of President Wilson and tako the Republican reservation programme er Washington, Fob. 23 of a substantial bronk tho Domo-cratl- q ing for acceptance of tho Republican reservations confess themselves out of accord with tho President's Jackson- Day declaration for a "solemn referendum," nnd they aro seeking to dissociate Senato Democrats from any appcaranco of Indorsing that proposal. In tho cnucus, thorcforo, this group Is. propared To plead that tho treaty bo ratified on tho Republican specifi cations, so that tho President, If lie then chooses to regard tho Senate's action as a rejection nnd 'to pocket the treaty may have on his own shoul ders tho burden of a decision which they do not bellevo will bo popular with tho country. With Senate Democrats going one way and a Democratic President another, they believe that a Democratic National Convention will feel Itself freo from any cut and dried programme when It cornea to deal with Kentucky School for by Dr. Henry Coddard, Columbus, Ohio, phybhologlst. This was what ho told tho Legislature today In a plea for a now institution "that common decency nnd ordlnnry humanity domands," where children could bo segregated according to degrees of mentality. Doctor Goddard, director of the Bureau of Juvenile Research, brought here by tho Investigating-committedeclared that none of the Inmates nre normal mentally, but said how much tho State might be responsible for the condition of some could not be Feeble-Minde- d e, estimated. He told how 450 children were In a building designed to ac- -i commodate 350, and added: "No one would hardly wish to keep cattle under conditions like those surrounding theso Inmates. The management is not to blame. There are not sufficient funds and fro adequate accommodations." merce has asked tho Department of . to Agriculture for an onlnlon vhether such union violates tlie Lever net by reducing production, with a view to having tho Department of Justice act. -e Vanderburg County, Indiana, farmers are perturbed, according to Secretary Haymen, of the Chamber of Commerce, who now Is In Washing ton, and say they cannot meet higher wages, eight-hoday and other demands to be presented by the union recently organized thee. Farmhands also have been organizing In somo Kentucky counties, he said. n-ur t MY" herded VIEW OF FRANKFORT the subject. The Administration's staunch supporters In tho Senate, however, .apparently nro not fearful that theso EQUALIZED , REMUNERATION" FOR SERVICES RENDERED An Ohio Co. Undertaker and Minister recently compared notes on eight burials and funerals wherein the two officiated. The result showed the net receipts, excluding the original cost of caskets etc., furnished by tho Undertaker to bo $295.00, while to the Minister who honestly endeavored to bring cheer to the sorrowing relatives and friends and point out to the communities tlie better way oMlfe, stressing the rewards to be gained in the great beyond, and perhaps at times straining his conscience a' bit In eulogising the admirable works, eitollng tho many, .virtues of tho dear departed One, tho magnlflcle'nt, and overpowering sum of $12.00 was doled out for his services, representing, you might say, the loss.of 8 days, and In some Instances a journey, to and from, of 30 miles. We do not complain of the sum charged and collected by the Undertaker, It was perhaps no more than Iw was entitled to, but tho niggardly sums donated to the Minister is to the shame of our way of doing things. Equalized remuneration for services rendered, that's what it Is not. (By J. H. Thomas) Tho tido of time in Its drift along has eddied mo shore at Frankfort, the city of cverchanging population, where hope invites and disappointment follows. Today they gather from the mountains, tho Pennyrlle and tho Blue Grass, "for the official State House feast, and tomorrow an adverse election strikes the group with despair. The luro of office-holdiis the cardinal weakness, the besetting sin, of the American people. How wisely old "Sunset" Cox said nobody should be allowed to hpiu office except those who had thoroughly, demonstrated thoy could make a ' living no other way. Frankfort Is" a city' of a dozen thousand "souls, "most of whom arc present or former ones and their descendents.lt Is proverbis ever ial hero that no office-holdable to got away from Frankfort when his term expires unless his relations back home are . charitable enough to send him the money to pay the expenses of his return. They even point out that tho great grandchildren ot tho officers of the first state administration are" still to be found here, enduring the never ending struggle to'malntaln genteelpov-ert- y. office-holders, er tomed to, pause to admire. Tho g walls aro of granlto, nnd the Interior, with Its balanced col umns, Its beauty nnd wonder stairways, aro Parian-lik- e marble. The building Is, and indeed should bo, the pride ot nil Kentucky. To those who can see beauty In the sunset, the rainbow and tho starry skies, Frankfort, when viewed from Capitol Hill, presents a wonderful spectacle of scenic lntorcst and lovll- ness. Nestling close on' both sides of the Kentucky river, and walled In on every side by precipitous hills and perpendicular cliffs, It presents the appearance of a medieval walled city. Standing at any street Intersection in the city one may look to the four points of tho compass and seo tho street ending abruptly against n great precipitous wall. In all Kentucky theYe is no other city of its size so picturesquely situated. It is n city of pretty' homes, of shaded streets and grassy lawns, and Is wlthall an attractive place to live, but for the blank despair that one may over bo able to get away 'from it, once he is here. 2 PASSENGER SERVICE RILL PASSES HOUSE House Bill, No. 158, requiring the operation of two passenger trains each way, each day, over nil railroads fifty miles or moro in 'length, In Kentucky, passed tho Lower House of the General Assembly, unanimously, Wednesday. The Senate it is presumed will 'O. K. the measure, and when finally approved, we are assured of two passenger service trains over the local road, giving the public what it has long desired. This legislation is fathered by Hon I. S. Mason, our own representative, and Ike may feel assured that he has tho thanks of hundreds of his for his efforts In our behalf. con-stltun- ts RAILS BILL PASSES SENATE DY 47 TO 17 Measure With Labor Clamor-w- , ing For Veto Up To President ng MRS. MARTHA LEACH. Mrs. Martha Leach, wife of Mr. Leonard H. Leach, died at her home, near Rob Roy, last Saturday morning At, 3 o'clock, .as the direct "result of an attack of pneumonia, although she suffered a mild stroke of paralysis last sprjng and a more' severe strike the first of this year. Funeral services were conducted from the home by Rev, Harper, of Hartford, after which burial of the remains took place at 3 o'clock, Sunday afternoon at the Arnold burying grounds, near their hofne. . Mrs. Leach was formerly. Miss Martha Sandefur, having united In marriage with Mr. L. H. Leach, December 2g, 1SG3, bolng 74 years old at the time of. her domise; In the death of Mrs. LeuC'li It blttf truly" be Said that her community has l03t ft spin did Christian woman. Besides her by one husband sho is survived daughtor, Mrs. H. T. Portor, of. Beaver Dam; and three sons, Henry Leach, of Hartford; Cliarlto Leach, of Graham and L. L, Leach, of Beaver Dam. - that Frankfort Washington, Feb. 23. Legislation, providing for return ot the, railroads to thelrowners nnd specifying conditions under which they nre to bo operated' in futuro was ready tonight to be sent to President Wilson. The Senate, late in tho day, adopted, the conference report in' the bill, 47 to 17, after about five hours' discussion. Tho Houc. adopted the report Saturday. The question uppermost in minds of members of botii houses tonight was whether tho President would sign the bill or veto it, ns labor has demanded. P Director General Hlnes was permitted today to notify the various' railroads by telegraph, two hours before the Senate voted on tho conference report, that tho executive order returning tho roads will go into effect on schedule one week from today. Radical Demands Expected. Members of both the House and Seriate expect prompt demands by labor leaders for radical modification of the legislation. Of the seventeen votes against the j report in the Senate, fourteen .were cast by Democrats. They were: By Republicans Borah, France, Gronna 3. ' Democrats Ashurst, Dial, Gore, Darrls, Harrison Johnson, South Da- -, kota; Jones, New Mexico; King,. Nugent, Overman, Plttman, Shephard and x ram in el 14. Total 17. There, was no debate worthy tho name, except fybrlet passage betweeu Senators Plttman, Nevada,, Democrat, and Polndexter, Washington, Republican, at the very end of the day. Senator Plttman voted against tho conference report because he said it perpetuated the long and short haul rate evil. Mr. Polndexter argued with him that defeat ot tho present legislation would not remedy the evil, but Mr. Plttman said if tho conference report were defeated, an opportunity would be given Western Senators" to get redress. Esch-Cummins -ar, ; $12; or cul-tur- p. at-ho- , - 145c four-havin- - rs, nve-too- th -- . - - . .- - rzs xrxnrr. THkam "" "liBir.'L- - I 'S-- V iBogs Licensed For Year 1920 C6railosv'iiiR 14 n list of nil partlc who obtained dog Jlccnsos and tags, meftrnXahruArylaU, 1020, showing namtt of such parties, and the Post each, togothor with the number of dogs licensed by each SfUtSirs lijjMjjmMAi.u 'wi' mmmi inilill iiwiiimih MWH WWII'" Hill MMM 1 13 J B I 1 Condlt, Centortown 1 Frank Atherton, samo 1 Sam II. Pnyton, Olaton 1 It. L. Taylor, Narrows, R. 2 1 D. E. Ward, Hartford, R. 3 1 Clayton Shown, same 1 J. W. Ward, same 1 T. Jacobs, same 1 F. -. L.l)anm. Rockport 1 -JTIchenor, Centertown 1 Everett Hartford, It. 1 1, 1 -lUJJlcc. Alna TIchenor, Mcllenry, R. 1 King, Hartford, It. G "UlZ&erf 1 Jesse Smith, Horton 1 W. O. Cole, Dundee same 1 KTifmit Ming, 1 1 fchvutf Itenf row, Dundee Delbert Babbitt, Fordsvlllo 1 1 -- r. 1 KOko, KordDvlllo, It. 1 Sherman Dabbltt, same highest-price- d cars, - A- - Clarke. Narrows, 11. 2 1 A1 Willie Loyd, Narrows, R. 2 1 .Lamb, Dundee 1 JDtt J?. :d. C. Loyd, same do 1 1 Pxsdian Howard, Hartford, It. 3 Courtland Taylor, Beaver Dam 1 OL (I .Hawkins, Whitcsvlll-- , R. 2..1 T. B. Bell, Livia, R. 2 sfces. 31x4-inc- h , Vt- -i 30x3-1 "avUJJo XZrabtroe, Hartford, H. 5...1 W. 0, Ashley, Hartford,. R. 3 Taylor, Hartford, It. 7....1 Ray Stevens, Hartford 1 fIaarUt 1 VL C.rnln. "White Itun 1 Everett "Stevens, Fords Ille 1 JMulliv Hurray. Llvla, It. 2 .1 0. L. Husk, Reynolds Station. tires 1 XT W .Carter, Hartford, R. 1 1 Abe Howe, same ! Barker, lteynolds Station. . . .1 A. G. PllEtor, Fordsvlllo 1 "X. I' cars ly . 1 Douglas 1 --XL T.T AicDanlel, Whltesvillo Patton, Whitesville -- J".. XC 1 Strouver. Hartford, It. 7,. . .1 Aldra Patton, same sires, 1 Dee Taylor, same 1 LftMis Davis, Hartford 1 teat T, Bradley. Hartford 1 largest Edge, Fordsvllle Leslie as service 1 r. X Bradley, same 1 Lawrence Edge, same, R. 1 1 .,1- - . Kirk, Llvla, It. 2, 1 Ltipply. Geo. D. Williams, Hartford sizes 1 1 Alfred Brooks, McHenry, R. 1 TWur Clarke, Ttockport ... . 1 Mitchell Render, Beaver Dam Simmons 1 fcKrawst Sun-els1 1 W. X. JJarnes, Itockport . . , Oswald Render, same 1 R. E. Baldwin, same 1 . C Halrd, Hartford 1 1 HJeary .lUDaniel, Dundee R: B. Canary, Fordsvllle is , 1 A. 1 Hi .JoiiR Deiiii, same Shartzer, Asklns 1 L. 1 S Iitioj, same F. Ward, Hartford 1 S. II. Ellis, same '"VTysKiUi Bean, same available i! 1 1 S. G. H. Keown. White Run 1 Till 3: Sprotile, same 1 T-.ffirowe, Hartford, R. 6, "1 Service T. A. E. FInley, Fordsvllle 1 Mary C. Royal, same 1 2ai:"dc Baker. Beaver Dam 1 C. E. Royal, same 1 E. W. Baker, same 2 P. G. Daugherty, Hartford, R. 1,-- . . . . 1 XVL.K- - Diivjs, Hartford Service Sta'tion Go .1 A. S. Crawby, Fordsvllle Xi jTtt .Harrison. Hartford 1 1 Jack Hale, same '. JC.T. Barnard, McHenry, R. 1 '. 1 H . . . 1 T. Si-icr- , Centertown 1 L. HIckey, Hartford II CaBtfc BaoiEhn, Narrows, It. 2....1 W. B. Bellamy. Fordsvllle 1 1 Allen Westerfleld, Hartford, R. IJUtf ie 1 3nughn, same 6...1 1 Ernest Westerfleld. same 22aaiF .Ralph, Hartford i .1 Lonnlo Westerfleld, same Hartford, It. 5,. CL 1 Fry 1 1 Oiii Sievens, Dundee Ernest Ford, same 1 j& W. ilidkiff . Narrows Vera Ford. Hartford.vR. G 1 Oilwxlje Davison, Fordsvllle, R. 2..1 W. C. Dlenkenshlp, Hartford 1 1 uXxvhJe W. Itice, same ,..1 L. V. Curtis, Rockport . . 1 N. L. Wedding. G E. Klce, same 1 Hartford . . . -1 W. P. .Midkiff, same K. P. Moss, Equality 1 1 W. C. JT-- "Wr. yt.nl, Hartford J 1 Wallace, same ' Crraztto alcKinley, Hartford 1 1 Omar T. Wallace, same 1 F. 31. Matthews, same . .T jr i Taylor, samo . . 1 1 Floyd J2L L Taylor, same Keown, Reynolds Station. . . .1 1 Robert Muffett, Fordsvllle . . .' Arvic Smith, same 1 1 Goodyear (Heavy Tourlit Tubes arc thick, (.irong tubes that 30x3'A Goodyear Double-Cur- e CO Hiker Coleman, Cromwell Erne3t P. Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. 3 . 1 1 Jesse Huff, Narrows reinforce casings properly. Why riik a itood, casing with a Fabric, AilAVcathcr Tread ?ZU .racnb An try. Horse Dranch 1 s cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubs cot little more JL II 33cvall, Beaver Dam l H. C. Dever, Dundee 1 -than tubes of less merit. 30x3': m:o in water l fJQ 30x3V Goodyear Single-Cur- e ABtki?. Lamb, Dundee 1 Iris Huff, Narrows ' A. I proof bag 1 W. Fabric; Anti-SkiTrcad T3L. E. Hirkhead, Hartford 1 W. Royal, Fordsvllle 1 M. B, Kelley, same . . Klroera Davis, Hartford ,. 1 1 V1 R. Davis, same 1 J. E. Mitchell, Dundee 1 H 5L "Wedding, same . ... 1 J. F. Lanham, Fordsvllle 2 J. G. Withers, same XX. Powers, Whitesville J- 1 1 Tandy Ferry Ttthirz. Barrett, narretfs 1 Harrell, Narrows 1 Dotson Whltesvillo ai 1. Ployd. 2 Harrell, Narrows 1 0. W. Foreman, VT. K Farmer, same ...".., 1 Dundee 1 Otis Duff, Narrows 4J. Lanham, Fordsvllle 2 C Board, Fordsvllle 1 Romey 1 Duff, Dundee 1 J. P. Rhoads, Hartford 33. W Leach, Olaton 1 1 TOL XL Y'jLTue, Horse Dranch 1 F. L. DeHart, Hartford 1 Mrs. S. F. Riley," same G. Oaffron. Hartford S. 1 1 Kordsyille iann.3pjral. 1 Willis Miller, Beaver Dam Rowe, lteynolds Station ....2 Frank Westerfleld, Whitesville . . . 1 1 Lee Overhultz, Tfyyles, Koynolds Ejex2 1 Eqilallty . , "RjanrmU-Taylor- , 1 E. 'Hartford 1 J. Hunter, samo ; SiiHrmvm 'Bray, Hartford 1 1 John Durham, same I G. E. Fuqua, Fordsvllle &.. A. Stewart, Hoslno 1 1 G. B. Wells, same , Fordsvllle 1 Jno. T. Wallace, Narrows, R. 1...1 Raymond Phillips, Hartford ., . 1 W. T. Addlngton. Equality A. IL iJedcalf li 1 Delia Wells, same same . . 1 Puqua, 1 1 E L. Bullock, same R7 1. E. K, Henry,-Hartfor-d, Sallie Harrison, samo '. 1 John Collins, Fordsvllle same TKstlfi Fuqna, 1 FOR FLETCHBVS II Charles Talor, Reynolds Sta : 1 J. J. Tllford, 2 Fordsvlllo 1 J. F. Duke, Hartford J J G. W. Combs, samo 5V. 3. .Maiden, Hartford , H. G Barnard, South Carrollton . . 1 1 Roy Daniel, Hartford 1 0. L. Kirk, Hartroru 1 Lonnlo same 1 R. A. Humble, samo 1 rtl'. O. Buke. Talor. Whitesville 1 F. M. Howard, same 1 1 Coddle Woosley, same -- .1 John Bellamy, 1 Charles Conder, same nmTWriin, Hartford Fordsvllle 1 Iris Hale, Foidsville samo 1 1 George McManna, Hartford 1 Tom Hardlster, same Erans, I "C Cooper, Fordsvllle Hber MIdklff. Fordsvlllo T H. C. Shown, Hartford 1 Leonard Tlnsley, samo 1 A. A. Brooks, samo 1 1 T. A. Woosley, samo JVri 1 W. lit Altmire, McHenry ISC M ltlce, Miuo . . . 1 Collie Shultz. same 1 ,....-- . 1 J. A. Hocker, same .1 Myrtle Brown, same . 1 Mrul Rhoads, Hartford 1 J. C. Brown, Beaver Dam ..."... 1 James M. Lanham, same 1 Guymon Westerfleld, same .1 T. S. AHlU'r. Narrows 1 Jesso Daniel, Hartford "TnatswSiU) lialpn, Hartford, It. G....1 J. F. Hartlett, same, R. 3,...'. ..1 L. M. Asklns, same 1 C. W. Taylqr, same. It. 1 1 I Eneigy Moore, Hartford 1 W. G. Ward, Hartford, R 3 1 H. II. Westerfleld. ph. Narrows, R. 2 1 Wllbort Roach, same samo a?.'C. .. 1 1 "itls Dever, same ..i 1 J. C. Cummings, same 1 Dyer Davis, Heaver Dam 1 H. T. Foreman, same 1 .t. X. Cole. Dundee 1 Everett Mimes, samo 1 Anna M, Alford, Rosine 1 1 C. P. Pulllam, same .'. . , 1 P. P. Murphy, Narrows Whltesvillo 1 Dewey Simpson, Balzetown 1 Andrew Alford, same 1 J. A. Magan, same 1 S. It. Acton, same 1 X t. atton, Hartford 1 Fred Smith. Narrows 1 Dewey Alford, samo 1 Lon Phillips, same 1 Honry W. Bean, same 1 Vamik Tnlcl, Hartford , . 1 Arnold Smith, same, R. 2 1 J. "T. Miller, Crom.well 1 A. C. Louts, same 1 Hubard MIdklff, Hartford .. .. 1 SF. T. Ticlienor, Hartfoid mpm vjfifi 1 Dewey Powers, same 1 Tho. C. Martin, Heaver Dam . 1 J. E. Calloway, same . .' :1 Dale Ashby, McHenry , . . . s JSiort Hawley. Same R. u 1 1 1 A. L. Maddox. Mcllonry Otha Dexter, Beaver Dam same T. E. Maiden, .same Charlie Petty. Barrett's Ferry.....1 'Walter Wallace, H 1 Tice Baker, same 1 D. M. Jones, Fordsvllle 1. N W. Dogkery. same, ... ..".... 1 Percy Brown, Rockport . JTmcfe A. Ballard, same 1 H. L: Carter, Narrows, R. 2 1 Vlrge Drake, Cromwell 1 Cecil Barnaul, Boavor Dam 1 Robert Jones, same Itoacli, samo R. 1 "Vewte. .. . 1 '. 1 W. T. Griffith, Fordsvllle, R. 1...1 Edna Taylor, Beaver Dam, It. 4,. . . 1 Lee Wlmutead, Llvermore . . G. W. Pollard, same VL "W. ftivvrus, lloavor Dam 1 H. L. Bolton, Equality 1 J. W. Vance, Hartford 1 W. E. Griffith, samo H. E. Mlschke, Hartford T3i U. Dartlett, Hartford , .1 1 Otis N. Rock, Beaver Dam 1 C. L. Dever, Olaton, It. 1... . 1 J. W. Foster, Hartford, R. 7 Fordsvllle, R. 3....1 Alva Westerfleld, Fordsvllle .C vf. 1 1 A. N. Wilson, same 1 Carey 1 Richard L. Dover, samo 1 Beaver Dam llendrix, same Mrs. Elton Evans, same Hunter, IktairrOl 1 H. J. Roach, Ford-vill1 Terry TIchenor, same ..1 1 G. R. Wooton, Hartford R. 1 1 SL ML Hendrlx. Fordsvlllo It. C. Fuqua, Beaver Dam 1 1 1 R. II. Goodall, suae, It. 1 a- 1 T. F. Tanner, same 1 JL X. euige, Dundco Ernost MIdklff. Hartford F. L. Taylor, samo 1 P. M. Taylor, Hartford, R. G 1 Clarence Westerfleld, A WllHnms. Rninn : 13 TW K. RusfpH, same Fordsvlllo. .. 1 Ben H. Whltehouio, Hartford, R. G 1 - Murray 1 1 Edward Ellh, Hartford, It. Stldumsr Narrows " 1 L. E. Ward, same AKit Harrison, same iluf ua'Cliapman, same 7...i 11 1 1. D. Taylor, Beaver Dam 1 James A. Godsey, same. . . ; 2 F. C. Burdatto, same 1 R. M. McDanlel, Rockport CMht- Jtlarrisou, samo 1 I G. A. Wedding, samo C. H. IWvn!, Fordsvllle . 9E. H". llncker, JlcIIenry,' Itt 1 2 Isaac Shown, Hartfoid I Richard Ward, Hartford .1 1 1). F. Autrey, Olaton 1 J. C. Foreman, Narrows 1 Joe S. Bennett, same 1 Claude Jackson, Stem IIti kins, Whitesville 1 samo 1 1 G. W. Rhoads, samo 1 "yuarwrn Hawkins, samo 1 . L. Southard, Simmons .1 B, L. Taylor, McHenry Gilbert Roach. Fprdsville 1 3 G. W. Foreman, same 1 G. B, Combs, Narrows . . . , WL H- - Comhs, Hartford 1 S. F. Glbbert, same Geo. M. Burton, samo 1 1 J. L. Gibson, Narrows, n. 2 1 W. A. Brown, Hartford 1 Tom Wldlck, Wysox 1 Robnrt Coy, Hartford T. 3L Cflmbs. Hartford, R. lv 1 Ca,i ter E, Jett. Centertown 1 Tom Anderson, Hartford 1 Artlftr Davis, same 1 .1 George Green, samo T1m4 Banlel, Olaton 7 1 1 J. A. Bagarly. samo . . 1 Penn. Hudson, same 1 J. T. Hoagland, Fordsvlllo . . .' V. A. Taul, Narrows Daoh. Whltesvillo 1 C J,N. 1 1 Edward Hoover, Hartford, It. 3....1 Bon Klmmel, Rockport 1 Joe Stewart, Hors2 Branch H. R. Miller, Dindeo , Vawfcnreii Wedding, Fordsvlllo 1 1 Oliver Medcalf, 1 J. D. Nail, same 1 Laura Smith, Hartford Wysox. 1. F i'hapman, Hartford ., 1 Narrows a. 1 Bud Davenport, 1 Jack r. ;'....". 1 Albert Patterson, Prentiss 1 Car.l Stalsworth, same 1 It. O. Neel, Fordsvlllo 1 Olaton Rmkht Ridden, same 1 VT- - Tx Hardin, Dundee 1 Lon Gentry, samo 1 Z. Horrell, Rockport Jolinlo Medcalf, Narrows , ... .1 l T. T. Shaver, same 1 . . 1 It. A. Wedding, Hartford 1 S. (5. Keown, Hartfoid , . . 1 ,V. T. Taylor, Beaver Dam 'Mmuee Hardin, samo v. ... 1 John Pattorson, samo l 1 1 B. J. Taylor, Hartford ,'Wl. C Acton, same J. A. Crowe, same, R. 3 1 Luther Harder. Cromwell l G. P. Jones, Hartford, R. 5 1 1 J. A. Illlbro, Hartford 1 B. F. Rice. Fordsvllle 'S&m Acton, same Emanuel Ward, Beaver Dam ?1 Bennett Delanoy, samo . .T 1 1 I. aura Ward, same 1 Owen Cooper, same 1 J". X G. Uarnos. Hartford W. H. French, Prentiss 1 L. B. TIchenor, samo . . . r l 2 Will Baugh, same 1 H. A, Balrd, same ., 1 N. B. White, Olaton , 1 Allen Gentry, Prentiss. ., "Ruat Kirk, Fordsvlllo 1 1 -- 1 A3u3R) Smith, RTino ; 1, Charlie Faught, samo 1 J.. M Moore, same Lawrence Coy, Balzetown T. E. Burgess, same 1 1 Roy Williams, Beaver Dam 1 Jossio A. Boswoll,Narrows : . 1 Mrs. W. N. Stevens, Hartford 1 Clarence Ford, Hartford lw T. Taylor, AVhltesvllle 1 1 1 II. IK Hoover, Hartford 1 Luther Miller, Heavor Dam . 1 Emma Smith, Centertown 3.M. Humble, Narrows Rob Williams, same A 1 S. T. Williams, same 1 M. P. Render, Beavor Dam !&. y. Fbim, Dundee 1 J. T. Smith, McHenry I Herman Smith, Hartford BAKIHQ POWDER l 1 1 It, B. Carter, Beavor Dam ..'. ...1 W. B. Johnston, Barrett's Ferry . . . 1 Tw.trcb Venn, samo 1 N. T. Sutton, Hartford, R. G Bud Payton, samo 1 Miles Dover, Hartford -- T. Di. 1 J. W. Taylor, Heaver Dam 1 W. H. Collins, Hortford Illntun, Livermoro 1 E. G. Schroetor, same 1 1 W. P. Maddox, Centertown 1 J. C. Leach, same . . , 1 Alva W. Petty, same , , . . . 1 S. R.'McDowell, same, R. 2 fhwrr "Petty, Narrows i 1 Jasper Greer, 1 1 G. W. Hoover, same . , "K. H. llhoaoH, llanfor'l 2 S. S. May, same R. V. Johnston, Narrows Fordsvlllo l ' 1 Willlo Wells, Fordsvllle; 1 R; W. Johnston, samo same 1 H. F. 1 3. C. Render, samo ' . ; "rwi'Iianl0tt, samo v i Hj Vou BaTO when you buy It. -1 Bh 1 J. A. Greer, Hartford, R. G Estill Sptnks, 1 P. D. Tweddoll, samo, R. 7 F. M. Reynolds, Reynolds Sta T. V-- WcQuary, saijio .A J. II, Mahaney, samo l K' sou 6aYo when you uso it. H 1 Wilbum Reynolds, same 1 Luther Dooloy, samo samo . .1 UUab lUorrls, samo , . 1 J. W. Coppago, same , I 1 1 J. W. Armstrong, I'aSkv Shown, Hartford, R. 5 1 Moscow Taylor, Prentiss 1 Louis Chlnn, same, It. 2 Godfrey Bennett, Hartford Roslno l 1 1 Elmer Crowe, Narrows 1 J. W. Tllford, same "T. A. 'Smith, Ilarretts Ferry H. M. TIchenor, Centertown 1 V. W. Goff, McHenry ,. l 1 City Vim H Smith, same 1 J. D. .Brown.-CentrW. L. Hocker, Beaver Dam.,....l Owen Lee, Narrows' .'. . 1 Henry Baize, noalne i . . . . 1 C. T. Autroy, sajnq 1 A. N. Taylor, Echols 1 A. Mercer, Beaver Dam. Hartford. I. 7:.. .1 Yale Rogers, same S. 11L t Tuoll Rogers, samo ."1 Henry G. Woodward, Rockport 7 . , i Manford Autrey! saiho Smith, Narrows. It. 1 1 Geo. W, Barnes, same J. l 1 A. E. Pate, Hartford 1 Wavoy Autrey, same IVHIiu Smith, samo 1 D. It. Helsey, same 1 Fred Faught, Olaton i 1 1 Harrison Watson, samo C. U. Rennett, Mcllonry 1 C. E. Crowder, Horton E. D. Shown, Hartford A A. W. Rowe, samo i 1 J. H. Howard, neavor Dam 1 A. C. Dcrryman, Wysox 1 Orvlllo TIchenor, Hartford 1 H. W. Cummings, Rockport ; tleu. aiioails, Hartford, R. G 1 1 J. W. Baker, samo , 1 C. M. DeHart Horso Branch 1 A. G. Taylor, Echols 1 John Ceascr, Fordsvlllo J. T. Wedding, same t 1 S. T. Rhoads, same 1 -- .I ,;-- l. E. T. DennotU Hartford tt. O. Lowellen, Fordsvllle, R. 1 John Givens, .McHenry T. A. Ragland, Roslno r 1 J. C. Petty, Narrows "Tuov Calloway, Dundee '. 1 Tlnsley Hartjott, samo A Johnlo Ragland, samo i N. A. Drown, Reaver Dam i 1 Albert Payno, Reynolds W( Addlngton, Equality Vjii Calloway, same 1 W. 1 It. W. Maddox, McHenry 1 L. D. Ragland, same i 1 1 J. S. McMurtroy. Hartford 31M Calloway, samo 1 J. W. Gray, Hartford. R. C Mrs. Ulrdle MIdklff, Narrows 1 W. T. Stevens, same, R. 2 l 1 1 Robert Wnkeland, McHenry t. J. Bartlett, samo 1 Addlo Robertson, .Tobanlo AVestcrfleld. Narrows R. 2 . 1 O. B. Brown, Simmons . '. Echols i 1 Alvln Cnmbron. 1 Joe Ed. Smith, Fordsvlllo VlMo Smith, Narrows, R. 1 2 C. P. Williams, same l Oak Sandefur, same Hartford i 1 C. I. Maxoy, Hnrtford 1 E. L. Maddox, Fordsvllle, R. 1, . . . 1 C. D. Kossluger, South Carrollton. 1 BU Drown, Fordsvlllo A. Klminel, Rockport i 1 1 Jaspor MIdklff. Hartford, VR. G....1 Q. M. Benton, Wysox 1 Roy H. Colo, Olaton Loalle Garden, Hartfoid ltHr Klmmel, samo i 1 It. M. Wooster, Bamo 1. J. H. Miles, same Greer, samo 1 S. J. 1 E. L. Edge, Fordsvllle Wrntf Bratohor Paradise i k. . '. . V. X Leaoh, Heavor Dam, It. 3....1 Henry Loach, same ...,-- . ,1 , , , 1 .Mack Greer, same Curtis, Rockport i i F. T. Hendrix, same . tl JeffD. Eldson, tSelect N. A. Velsor, samo Utihrtson, Fordsvlllo, , -, ...1 Iftwwr) ,,,,-Edmund' Forbes, --samo L. ,1 B. ..1 1 Sholby Trogdon, Harfp'rd, R, V. Jeffrlea, Fordsvlllo w. w. soutnaru, mcnenry . J. Jt. West, Centertown .1 l L. C. Bennett, McHenry 1 Freeman Lyons, Reynolds 1 3. W. Harnett, Hartford . , 1 1). M. Harris, same ,'.1J W. B. Southard, same ' Marlon T. Ashby, Centertown . . . . JG. H,. Mntthows, Centortown (Continued pa 3rd page) . . . Loney Maples, same, R. 3 samo JBt JR. Barnett, ,1 ...1 M 0R V Address 1 C L, ainplo McIIoary mu P. Aldington, Central Clty....l J'aytnn. Echols JJs JGray, Narrows, II. 2 1 W. Wadding. Fordsvlllo 1 KhUl Jiartlott. Hartford, It. G 1 X. C. Camp. Horse Branch M Howe JIs J- I he Smaller. 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IrPlf e. .... ......,.. .., '. 1- - .,..,... - ...:.;., .... .... -- & ..... ........... .... 1 .... m &galu1et Hj m H -- .... ...,.., ... 1 ...,,..1 ..,.,,,.., K iughest la B ... ....... ,.i '. r -- ....;...,.. y .- .,.,.,, nl I IV 1 G W. Stewart, Hartford 'ltommey Day, Narrows .. ,1 1 M. W. Bell, Ccntertown 1 M. Hartford (Continued from 2nd page) ....11 Jno.C.M.Bell, snmo Narrows 1 Graham, J. L. Porter, Centertmvn ; . . . . vl 1 Claudo Wright, samo Itolllo Westerfield, Hartford 1 .1. E, Evcrly, samo 1 J W. Hodge, Ilockport 1 J II. Smith, Fordsvillo 1 1 Durroli Hall, same' Otis II. Slovens, Heaver Dam . . . . Si Tom Ncnl, Equality 1 1 Willio Hamilton, samo Eliza Nenl, samo J. S. Cecil, Hartford 1 1 W, T. Clarke, Dundco Alvin Boss, Ccntertown Ernest Neal, same 1 S L. Rlcheson, Hartford , .1 II. M. Iglchart, saino KuiHoll Neal, samo 2 1 Ernest Qulscnberry, Dundco ,.. C It Itllcy, same J. T Moorman, Hnrtford 1 1 C. II. Bowles, Hnrtford . . . ., M. I). Ashliy, samo Harnett Tlnslcv. sntno .' 1 I Elmer Slnnett, samo jW. C Young, same, It. 1, It. C. Tlchenor, same 1 1 W. L. Thomas, Roslno It. II. nrown, Uqunllty Ira Bozarth, Olnton 1 Wllbert Wright, samo .. Emio Roach, same i Protls Taylor, Hnrtford 1 1 J. F. Sandcfur, Horton Floyd Hill, samo J. A. C Park, Hcnvor Dam 1 1' N. C. Hudson, Hartford T S. Athcrton, Llvermoro Urll Simpson, Dalzctown 1 Jno. T. Hutchinson, McIIenry J, E. Rogers', samo . Aaron Pollard, Narrows 1 '. . 2 E, C. Black, Hartford W. It. Stringficld, Ilosino 0 a. Day, samo 1 1 Ed Iilmcs, samo T. J. Stringficld, same Ruth M. Edgo, Kordsvlllo 1 Jess King, same .1 E. Q. Atchison, samo Wnllaco .Martin, Foidsvlllo 1 1 James King, same .' Charllo Day, Narrows Felix Evans, samo 1 1 Alvin Ward, samo . Forrost Day, samo Ezra Evans, Fordsvllle, It. 1,.... 1 1 Lyman Allen, samo W II. Lnko, samo , . . . Myrtlo Faught, Olaton 1 1 C. W. Taylor, Fordsvillo xrdlo Faught, samo James A. Holing, Hartford 1 Graham Smith, Fordsyiilo Q H Morgan, Ileynolds . ." Clem Austin, McIIenry l' 1 Lawrence Stewart, Ileynolds Sta. ..1 M. F. Klmbley, Ccralvo Jess Sutton, Kordsvlllo 1 Q. O. Taylor, Green River II. IC. Jamc's. Cromwell .'.1 J W. Brown, samo ,. 1 N. G. Boswell, Horso Branch 1 Ernest James, samo W. A, Owens, Olaton . . . , 1 Otto Wallace, Cromwell '. 1 Robert S. Walker, Hartford W. II Lyons, Reynolds Station.... 1 C. D. Wallace, samo 1 Park Tnppjyi, samo Hen V. Taylor, Hartford, It. 6, . . . 1 J. T. Baize, McIIenry . . ., 1 Oscar Wade, saino W. F. Hudson, Uvermoroi It. 1,... 1 II. D. Sncdden, Rockport' 1 Cnrl Scaton, Fordsvillo T. J. Acton, Olnton 1 V. C. Turner, Llvcrmoro . . ; 1 C. A. Ross, Heaver Dam Ouy Lcwellcn, Hartford, It. 6 1 T. P. Fentress, Barrett's Ferry .'.'..1 L. Heck, Deaver Dam J F. Smith, same, It. 1, C 1 Beck. Fentress, samo W. E. Hlnton, Hartford, R. 1 isom Davis, samo 1 1 Geo. Midkiff, Whltesvillo Albert Taylor, same T H. Chlnn, samo 1 A. W. Gentry, Narrows 1 M. L. Phillips, Centertown James Daniel, snma . 2,-1 C. II. Walker, Fordsvillo, It. II II. Dn'rtlctt, samo ..1 S. T. Gentry, same 1 1 Nathan Payton, Olaton Charlie Payno, Reynolds Sta G. W. DeBruler, same 1 1 Lorenzo Marlow, Fordsvillo M. E. Everly, Ualzetown It. N. Wilson, Iteaver Dam 1 W. W. Baize, Balzetown 1 L. L. Everly, same Clarence 1'lrtle, Prentiss 1 ltommey Grahnm, Narrows, R. 2,..l Rufus Dowell, rordsvlllo A C. Stevens, samo 1 H. J. Stewart, Centertown 1 Ed Liles, Renfrow J. It. Check, Fordsvllle x 1 M. F. Cosset, Hnrtford 1 W. T. Rogers, samo Lllburn Taylor, Heaver Dam '. 1 1 Jno. Pirtle, Beaver Dam S. II. Renfrow, same It Lee Taylor, samo 1 Walson Dunn, Cromwell 1 James Free. Narrows 0. W. Cox, samo j Homer 1 Searcy, Burton,. Beaver Dam . . . . fl Robinson, same W. W. Loyd, Narrows Quenton Park, samo 1 .Mnicom names, ucavcr Dam It. O. Durgcss, Prentiss 1 T. R. Dlack, same 1 Frank Barnes, samo C. D. Names, samo 1 jW. A. Dunn, Olaton, It. 1, . ..1 Frank Cooper, samo Ruth Dames, samo 1 ..1 Alva Blackiock, Select llillUIIl .UJIllUIl, IIUSIUU Alvn Faught, Horton 1 J. N. Dunn, Fordsvillo H. U. Shacklott, Ccntertown i Homer Faught. samo v 1 Joe Warden, 1 H. W. Burton, Hartford Prentiss Dell Burden, Hartford 1 E. Dellart, Horso.Branch . . 1 W. S. Rock, Hartford Almond Duke, Narrows 1 Ellis King, Hnrtford 1 'Jim Goodwin, same Rush Mldkitf, Narrows 1 Robert Shown, samo 1 G. W. Poole, Beaver Dam A. M. Smith, McIIenry 1 J. R. Her, Beaver Dam iW. II. Southard, Prentiss .1 E. C Carmlcklo, Ilosino 1 M. L. Wilson, Rockport 1 Cecil Shults, snmo Henry Stono, Falls of Hough 1 G. M. Phlpps, Simmons 1 Carden, Bcavor Dam Elbert It. F. Westerfield, Wysox Lucy 1 E. S Carden, same .l J. B. Kellcy, samo Penn Maddox, Echols 1 Petty, Fordsvillo 1 W. S. Hoops, samo, R. 4, Wayne TInsley, Simmons 1 J. W. McCody, same 1 II. J. Evcrly, Centertown Schoflcld Wilson, Roslno :.1 Tim Daniel, Beaver Dam R. 1,7. .. .1 Clarence Farmer, samo Andy Unshani, same 1 Mrs. E. II. Miller, Whltesvillo 1 W. V. Shields. Cromwell Jesse Dnsham, samo 1 1 Peter Hurtslng, Deanfleld H. II. Plrtle, Hartford Russell Earp, same 2 E. H. Neighbors, Olaton Ponn Hcnshaw, same .1 N M. Taylor, Green River 1 G. B. Foremnn, Narrows 1 T. II. Tatum, samo C F. Wnllnce, Itoslno 1 Clarence Rallcy, Horse Branch . . 1 A. F. Ucrrymnn McIIenry John Mlllani, Narrows 1 J. T. Rhoads, Fordsvillo 1 Dclbert Barnard, Hartford R. D. Dlckett, Fordsvllle 1 1 I. T. Kelley, samo J. D. Whlttler. Fordsvllle C P Wndo, samo 1 R. A. Miller, Reynolds Sta 1 J. S. Ford, McIIenry, R. 1 J S. Reynolds, samo 1 James Foreman, Fordsvillo 1 iMnck Daniel, Hartford J. W Dover, same 1 L. C. Powers, Dundee 1 Stanley Smith, samo W. P. Smith, samo . .., 1 1 L. C. Smith, Horton E. G. Annls, Cromwell- C. D. Evans, Fordsvllle. It. 1 2 E. D. Whltohouse, Llvcrmoro, R. 1 . . I Dudley Westerfield, Hartford ....1 A. F. Jones, Hartford 1 Mrs. P. S. Coleman, Paradise ...1 W. R. Hocker, Ccntertown II. C Day, Ualzetown ' 1 Archie Chinn, same Barnle Sullenger, Hartford .1 Lonnlo Cook, samo 1 l Morris Shreve, Narrows Vernon Westerfield, Hartford.... W. E. .Martin, Beaver Dam 1 J. T. Milan, Falls of Rough 1 J. S. Glonn, Jr., Hartford Ernie Westerfield, same 1 Latana Oldham, Beaver Dam 1 Thomas Fulkcrson, Centcrtownc . . Darrcll Sullenger, samo 1 1 Ben T. Miller, McIIenry C. T Leach, Beaver Dam E. W. Itowe, snme 1 1 Luther Faught, Equality Hollan Shown, McIIenry, R. 1 Nat Sadler, same 1 A. B. Tlchenor, Centeitown 2 Laton Daniel, Hartford J G. Hunley, McIIenry, It. 1 1 Glcndon Stevens, Beaver Dam....l W. S. Brown, Centertown W. L. McKnrmnn, Ccntertown. . . 1 1 Ada Embry, Balzetown Ernest Dennett, Hartford, R. 3,... Will Sulser, McIIonryRiver .... 1 C. T. Elliott, Green ....11 S. W. Cook, White Run A J Harris, Olaton Monroe Cook, ame. T. E. Hunley, Echols .1 II. H. Lliidlcy, Hartford, It. 7 1 S. R. Godsey, Equality .1 W. H. Thomas, Hartford J H. Uarnard, Equality 1 Thomas Godsey, Equality 1 Archie Hickey, samo J A Stewart, Ilosino 1 J. C. Overton, Centertown 2 A. L. Knott, Reynolds E. It Stevens, McIIenry 1 R. J. Embry, Balzetown 1 Felix Phillips, Samo Ivy Cook, Cromwell 1 J. C. Wilson, same A Will Johnston, Narrows Eckless Plerco, Itosine I Herman Wilson, samo .'".. W. T. Hicks, same DIHIo Schroador, Olaton .1 I Luther M. Baize, samo C. M. White, samo Taylor, Prentiss Estill 1 1 Esker Pharris, Whito Run S. J. Elliott, Beaver Bam Tom Widlck, Beaver Dam 1 W. J. Mallaney, 1 Fipls Evans, Prentiss Hartford F L. Sandcfur, same 1 J. M. Stogher, Livermoro 1 Emmit Loney, Fordsvillo N L. Hockcr, Prentiss 1 Caleb Royal, Roslne 1 R. F. Hudson, Llvia, R. 1, Hobait Southard, samo 1 Elvis Tlchenor, Centertown 1 J. M. Shults, Prentiss C'orliet Southard, samo 1 Mrs. L. E. Crabb, Cromwell 1 Paul Hockcr, Equality Morgan Pcndlcy, samo 1 Granvlllo Ingram, McIIenry 1 J. W. Neighbors, Narrows H D Taylor, samo 1 B. C. Barnes, Beaver Dam 1 Jns. A. Mercor, Fordsvllle II. O. A.utrey, Renfrow 1 G. B. Combs, Narrows 1 II. 0. Hllllard, samo C D. Au troy, same 1 Murray Mitchell, Fordsvillo 1 Owen Pheglcy, Balzetown. C. D. Autroy, samo 1 Bryan Baizo, samo 1 Oxna Lewellen, Dundee . . , J P. Foglo, Prentiss, 1 Joe Dodd, same 1 Embry, Ersil Blankenship, Dcavor Dam- - . . Willie Brooks, Balzetown 2 Lola.M. Hertslng, Deanfleld 1 Fordsvillo Sam Roy Dlankcnship, samo 1 Murray 1 Coppage, Narrows L. B. Davidson, Barrett's Ferry It L. Dnlzo, Dalzctown 1 W. B. Campbell, Hartford 1 Fred Sampley, Fordsvillo C W. Bellamy, Deanfleld -. . . 1 Jno. Boone, Echols 1 Silas Miles," samo ." G W. Hellamy, Doanflold X 1 J. D. Nelson, Horton Drekal Sampley, same D. D. Leach, Roslne i.... 1 J. G. Williams, Rockport 1 J. T. Main, Beaver Dam Fred Daizo, samo 1 J. H. Jewell, Hartford, R. 6,....'.. J J. C. Cox, Equality Ora Russell, Fordsvllle . . i 1 Arlle Jewell, same . . i C. T. Mason, samo .2 J D. Tuckor, Horton 1 H. V. Jackson, Hartford 1 C. D. Ross, samo C Y Austin, samo 1 Gilbert Sharp, Utica, R. 12 1 Ward, Hartford, R. 7 Alice McMurtry, Hartford, R. 3,.., Claudo Ward, samo 1 J. L. Smith, Olaton 1 , Dudloy J M. Duncnn, Rockport 1 Tom Rlden, Narrows 1 , C. T. Baxlcy, same J N. Logsdon, Ilosino 1 .'. . .1 Howard M. Ford, Olaton D. E. French, Prentiss Vlys Loach, samo . . .,. 1 W. V. Renfrow, samo 1 Chas. Harris, Beaver Dam May Gentry, Falls of Ktnigh 1 Georgo Nabors, Dundee 1 A. J. Stewart, McIIenry Wilbur Williams, Echols 1 Thomas Bennett, Centortown I W. T Stewart, Hartford Chas. Stevens, Beavqr Dam 1 1 M. B. Ball, Equality W. Ashby, ...... O. E. Withrow, Centertown Ellis J. Smith, same a 1 1 Equulity Fred Boono. samo S Harp Smith, same 1 J. L. Hunt, Narrows John Jackson, same A. T. Doskett, Ccntertown 1 Gilbert Myers, Island, R. 2, 1 Jim Jackson, samo J. P. Austin, McIIenry 1 Tllford Aldrldge. samo .. 1 Morris Edmonson, samo J. W. Meyers, Olaton i. Ed Jackson, samo 1 R. R. Riloy, Hartford 1 Sholby Meyers, same 1 1 S. T. Daniel, Olaton Ray Faught, samo Park Daughorty, Baizotown 1 R. W. Qulscnberry, same 1 Sam Shults, Beavor Dam B. F. Iglehart, Contortown 1 I Lee Lowis, Hartford May Berryman, samo . . . ,. Owen Evans, Cromwell 1 Howard 'Hines, Beaver Dam . . . . ..1 D. 0. Hurt. Hartford Tom Helton, Fordsvllle 1 Waldon Hayncs, Hartford 1 Williams, samo J. W. York, Hartford, R. 1,C . . - . Hooker It. Williams, same 1 R. D. Bartlett, samo 1 Hattle Nolan Masslo, Hartford, R. 1 Ed Hoover, same 1 Birch Shields, Cromwell M. E. Glllam, Narrows, It. 2 1 A. W. Black, same 1 Sholby Daughorty, samo LIge Powers, Fordsvllle 1 Guy H. Black. Horton 1 II. I). Haven, Balzetown E. P. Stewart, Deaver Dam 1 E. P. Foreman, Narrows 1 Poto Wallace. Cromwell G. M. Peach, Hartford, R. 1 1 I Lee Nelson, Beaver Dam ,. .2 Jas. A. Ferguson, D. Dam, R.l... P. M. Vandiver, White Run 1 Earl Nelson, Beaver Dam 1 G. W. Hulso, Fordaville J. W. Hocker, Prontiss 1 Willie Baldwin, same 1 Jesse Snodgrass, Cromwell II. II. Harris, Heaver Dam 1 . . . 1 , Mrs. Llda Millor, same"" W. II. ailllm, Narrows Walter D. Durnoll, Fordsvllle , , , . . 1 m. i . r em, uiuion H. A. Porter, Horton i Frank Fralzo, Bamo 1 R. C. Hocker, Beavor Dam 1 U. E. Berry, Hartford P, D. Ilolze, Roslno . ., 1 Oscar Alien, Beaver Dam 1 Chas. Baxley, same . . T. S. Boswoll, Narrows, R. 2, . w. . 1 L. L. Nowcomb, Hartford 1 Fred Midkiff, Fordsvillo W. II. Dover, samo, R. 2 1 Dave Farmer, Narrows , ....1 Shred Rusher, same Mrs J. R. Wilson, Olaton 1 Sam Edge, Hartford 1 Austin Bellamy, Hartford Bon H. Rummago, Fordsvillo . , . . . 1 Chas. Martin, same 1 , E. R. Hlnes, Rockport W. D. Keown, Horse Branch 1 Joe Shults, Beaver Dam .' . , 1 Raymond Sandef ur, Hartford J. D. Southard, Prentiss 1 I W. II. Beasley, samo V. B. Taylor, Beaver Dam EH Martin, Hartford 1 Hiram Carter, McHonry, 1 J. W. Thomas, Hartford J, S. Bartlot. Hartford. K. E 1 E. W. Combs, Rockport 1 R. W. Davis, Beavor Dam C. W. Foreman, Reynolds Sintlou.. 1 Charllo Lynch, Hartford 1 Ola Porter, Hartford . .w Mrs, C. D. Brown, Mcllei.ry 1 G. W. Harrison, Narrows 1 J. T. Miller, same Hiram Miller, uouver mm 1 Bryan Gentry, same 1 Ira Acton, Olaton , Eck Rial, Hartford . , 1 Estill Hurt, same B. B. Acton, samo , ,..,11 II. C. Wallace, Hartford, R. 3,.., 1 I J. L. Reld, Prentiss , Ira D. Funk, Hartford Chester B. White, Hartford 1 u. u. ueiu, samo j. W. E. Funk, same Earl Davis, Beaver Dam 1 ,1 Maggie Normnnd, Select Rolllo Foroman, Narrows Amozella Render, McIIenry 1 1 Sam J. Brown, Whltesvillo . W. S. Condlt, Hartford ,,.. A. E. Johnson, Paradise 1 Ava Brown, same 1 Henry Chancellor, Ceralvo Rockport C. R. Layton, 1 1 Jesse, Brown, same , , Jno. Campbell, same Green Gentry, Prentiss 1 1 Luther Noel, Fordsvllle Mrs. Simon Jones, McIIenry, Echols W. H. Maddox, 1 31. R. Smith, samo 1 Jpo Smith, same j. M. Ross, Centertown 1 J. W. Smith, same l Orlls Duncan, Rockport Millie Cordy, Fordsvillo 1 J. R. Daniel, same 1 Tom Daniel, Horse Branch , Whltesvillo W. W. Rhoads, 1 011a Petty, same 1 Owen Daughorty, Balzetown t Hartford Floyd M. Rice, 1 D. A. Llndsoy, same 1 Jno, Daughorty,, same . . . . Roynoldi Sta Ell M. Taylor, 1 1 G. A. Llndsoy, same Rommoy Helton, Hartford E. P. Wilson, Narrows 1 1 S. H. Bennett, same Press Hall, Fordsvllle Cummlngs, Olaton R. N, 1 Bonnie Walker, Falls of Rough . . . 1 Fount Potty, Asklns Fordsvllle . . C. O. Park, 1 Henry K. Mlnton, Hartford Chas. Butler, samo . . Rough (Continued on'7th-page- ) Densto Mlnton, srfme .". (Tarter, Falls of "itonius II. J. Dogs Licensed for Year 1920 James Odell, Odtfl, Clifford Duff, Elvis Splnks, Fordsyllln snmo Narrows 1 1 1 s " (MEDfHMgwjKrEylMk ,r ....1 .. A' Give Me a Friendly, ... Natural Hand-shak-e an' a friendly natural tobacco. ., : sauced-up- " V, -- Keep yo' put-- J tobaccos for the fellow uu cuis can that likes nut sundaes better than home made pie So says a friend of ours named Velvet Joe.. .And he just about hits the nail on the head. . ,...i Velvet is made for men who think there's-- , no smoke like real tobacco.' If you are that-sorof man, listen: Velvet was born in old Kentucky, where more than one good thing comes from. It was Taised as carefully as any othei Kentucky thoroughbred. But the real secret of Velvet's, friendly qualities is its slow natural ageing in wooden hogsheads. Ageing in the wood never hurt anything and least of all, tobacco t .... I f ft, And so we say, Velvet is good tobacco nothing more or less. It runs second to none. u ; t i i' The picture of the pipe on the ,tin needn't cigarette keep you from rolling a with Velvet jim-dandy . 4 'J Mr- ............ , - .;....... 1- ......... ... .,..."..,. ...;..., .- Actual SU I --the friendly tobacco' well-- 1 ....... ........ ........ ....... ... .......... Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ...... ,..,,. O ASTORIA TWO SETS OF TRIPLETS L CO. known' Ingenuity and show his ap- JOHN WHITE k preciation of a patriotic duty, for he LOUISVILLE, RY. By action of the legislature tho American gold dollar has become le has been asked to name the six new Llbaral aiio?trot and full value paid gal tender in Bolivia. A rato of ex citizens. change has been fixed to aid bankers who are using American gold instead Hldtt anil COLDS breed aid Hr Goat MM of the English pound sterling as their metal reserve, the rate being 2.57 Sped INFLUENZA bolivianos to tho dollar. KILL THE COLD ATaW ONCE WITH AMERICAN DOLLAR ADOPTED. an opportunity to exercise his MRS W V Wt nut's CASGARAbQlilNIN fiftOMltf Standard cold remedy for V ycirt "" in taGict lorro !, oplatci breaks up a coja in Money tacit u it rani. genuine vox lattV top who Mr. picture. BCUft Dr. M. M. Dexter DENTAL SURGERT Centertown. Ky-- X ..... ...... ............ ...... ;...! Six children within fifteen months triplets twice, is the contribution of Mrs. Posey Livingston, of Albany, Ala., to her country. She obeys the Biblical injunction to "bo fruitful and multiply." The president "have H.I.Y.. VH. it o . v. Ofilcos ft" " "U hi nui. n., Store. J&jshp over Morton.' Call Cumb. Phen- - IK. f 2 W At MlDtcg Stof "i 5 . iThe Hartford I'tibll-dic- Republican HARTFORD Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated S. TIXSLKY, Keillor mid UinlneH Manager. Entorod according to law nt the Tostotflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall matter of the second class. Address all communications to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SURSCIUIJERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give the old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c ner lino, and 8c per lino for each additional insertion. Obltunrles, Resolutions and Cards 6c for cf Thanks, lc per word, and money each head lino and slgnautro, in advance. Church Notices for services free, word. Anonymous communications xecelvo no attention. v tut other advertisements, lc per pronounce It tho best called game will they have played this season. hind at tho end of the first period, STRAY STREAKS but after that tho foiils camo so thick and fast against Hartford that (By Fluko McFluko.) Llvcrmoro could not hnvo lost had It wanted to, and ItMldn't. I seo that tho Legislature is figurThe Renter Ruin flume. Beaver Dam trimmed tho Hartford ing on passing some sort of n bill to Team on tho former's floor, Saturday remove nil of tho crooked officers iu night by the closo score of 23 to 19, Kentucky. How In tho Sam Hill do In one of tho best and cleanest games they think wo can git nlong without played by these two teams during this no officers at all, no how? or any other season. The llnc-uHartford Thero is one big dlffercnco 'twlxt Renter Dam Taylor tho flu situation here this year and P. Render, May last. Last year most everybody had F. Rogers, Duko whiskey with tho flu, and this year C. Hoover, Glenn they aro Just having flu. We havn't G. Gardner, King had the flu this spell cither. G. Kcown, Barrass There is ono class who will not Barrass substituted for King In the last half and King was switched likely Join tho Undertakers', Doctors' and Druggists' combine. Wo refer tc to Center in placo of Duko. Morton Williams, of Beaver Dam, tho ministers. Recent investigation! was on tho Job as rcferfco and his de- and research has demonstrated the fact that the latter class receives a cisions met with the hearty endorsement of both players and spectators, dollar and a quarter, on an average, In fact, the Hartford Boys, to a man, for each funeral conducted. -p: , . 1 AUTOMOBILES If you are We have the. agency for CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILES. thinking of buying a car this year see us at once. A fully equipped Touring Car laid down for $885; Roadster $865. TAYLOR & MORRIS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. .. t ! REAVER 59 DAM: TELEPHONES j Farmers Mutual Cumberland 123 FEBRUARY 27 FRIDAY Secret diplomacy and mystic letter writing is still indulged in, even in the year 1920. Don't forget the County Mass vention tomorrow, Con- cme and bring your neighbor with you. A piece of good news, that of whiskey being placed In the category of ther things, on the Commission's list of fair priced articles. Liquor would be fair at most any price In this section. The Rails Bill passed both houses bodies of our National by, if we mistake not, more than two-thirmajorities, yet there is to be found a class clamoring for its veto by the President. Law-maki- If the will of the majority could have prevailed, instead of the remajority, the Peace quired Treaty would have been .approved and settled months ago, but because the majority refuses to kneel and bow to the minority in congress, tho Republicans are charged with .the waste of time and forty other different sorts of crime. It is another case of one luror charging the other eleven with being the most contrary bunch he ev er went ,u P against. two-thir- Farm hands are perfecting organizations in various parts of the Country, and we find almost united opposition to this move, by every other fellojv, not a farm hand. Why all this objection to the organization of this.chnracter of labor? If organization is good for the railroader, the coal miner and the textile worker, it certainly ought to be permissible for the "hopper of clods" to do the same thing. The main reason for objection is, that tho rest of us fear that If all farm work is placed upon something like an 8 hour day basis, prof, duction will decrease maybe which is certain to happen if the day should bo shortened to 8 hours, and by the same method of calculation farm products, which anas a whole, our main stay of life, would Increase in value by about 100 per cent. It Is absolutely certain that the farm hands' organization, if completed, will not, suffer a reduction in wages, even if their day is cut from 12 and 15 to 8 hours. It is rather more than probable that they will demand and receive- - a substantial Increase, then What are wo to" do? These moves for shorter hours and higher wages are as an endless chain, and tho sooner tho Country can get tho whole machine to whoa and start it backing up a bit, tho better for everybody concerned. Tho Nation will have something upon Its hands that will make jumbo look like a flash upon the vojumo of tlmo when tho American farmer and his help become thoroughly organized, and almost as certain as fate, It's coming. one-hal- Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Austin visited relatives, 'near Pleasant Ridge, the latter part of the week. There are several cases of mumps in our town at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Klmbell are proud parents of a baby boy. Mr. R. P. Brown, who formerly lived at Prentiss, has moved into his new home, on" Goshen road. Mr. Roy Tichenor has sold his house and lot on Goshen road to Mr. John Pate. Consideration $1500. Miss Irene Rhoads, who Is teaching at Centertown, visited her mother Mrs. D. S. Rhoads, here, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Latana Oldham, who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Mildred Johnston, of Beaumont, Tex., and relatives In Louisiana, have returned home. Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Flenor and little daughter Jane Gardner, of of Hopkinsville, were the guests parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm their Flener and Mrs. A. B. Gardner, here, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattye Baltzell who resigned her position as teacher in the school here left Tuesday for Akron, Ohio, where she will accept a position. The. vacancy was filled by Mr. of McHenry. Frank and Marshall Messrs. Barnes, and sister, Miss Anna, visited their uncle, Marshall Elben, In New Orleans, La.," last week. The boys returned Sunday but MIsrs Anna will remain a short time. The remains of Ronda Sandefur, who died in New Castle, Ind., were brought to Beaver Dam Sunday, to be interred in Cool Springs Cemetery. He was a son of F. L. Sandefur. Oscar-Stewart, - OX HONOR ROLE. The following pupils arej on the Honor Roll of Hartford High School, for February: Senior Cln.s Xouatt Rhoads, Robert Carson, Webber Clark, Odlo Harper, Powell Tichenor, Martha Pate. Junior Class. Margaret King, Gertrude Schlem-meFlora Rhoads, Freeman Schap-mlrSophomore Class. Helen Barnett, Mevllle Rhoads, Geneva Travis, Raymond Robertson Freshman Class. Emily Bell, Beatrice Bean, Lorene Westerfield, Salllo Laura Williams. Hulbert Crowder, Otis Ashby. To be on tho Honor Roll a pupil must make an average of 90 per cent In all studies taken and must be r, o, day of March, 1920, nt 1 o'clock P. o CROMWELL. Misses Coretta Hosey, Lena and M., at tho Court Houso door In HartLeach, AUgustn Shaver and Ruth ford, Ohio County, Kentucky, lot to Miss Maurlno Taylor is sick. Shaver. Delightful music was furMr. Clarence Jnmes Is on tho sick the lowest nnd best bidder, nt public nished by Mr and Mrs. Oscar Allen, outcry, tho construction of a public during tho afternoon. Mrs. Black Is list. Tho following is a list of .folks In ditch Jn said Cdunty, known as the an admirable: hostess nnd everyone 3.50 per cent beer is about tb be 11. A. Ashby Ditch, beginning at a present expressed their appreciation our little town who hnvo flu: legalized in Now Jersey by tho GenMr. J. J. Stewart Is ablo to ljo back small hridgo on tho Hartford and of a most delightful time. eral Assembly. If It gets by there, Ross' Ripplo Road and tho corner mm in tho store after two weeks if flu. and runs the gauntlet of the big guys Miss. Lena Wallaco has returned, between Salllo R. Ashby and H. A. METHODIST SERVICES in Washington, D. C, wo confidently after a long visit to relatives nt Bea- Ashby in lino of R. & I. Ashby, and expect to find John Henry working on terminating at a point on Walton' There will bo preaching at tho ver Dam. a paper In N. J., before the dog days Mr. Ike Cooper has moved his Crook on tho land of Alvn Calloway Methodist church in Hartford next come again. . Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock, by family here. Thoy havo rooms with about 1CC2 feet, with Its meanders, from tho mouth of said Crcok, followpastor. There will bo preaching Mrs. Cornelia Tllford. Several of Bat Nail's patrons who tho Mr. Losllo Bowh and wife, Misses ing tho directions set out in In tho evening at 7 o'clock, fcy tho had sent the'r clothes for him to of tho Ohio County Court Elder, Rev. L. K. May, of Florls and Rowcna Devls, Mrs. Richpress have since been stricken with Presiding Owensboro, The business session of ard Shields nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. in the action of H. A. Ashby, ct al.. flu, and as a consequence, Battlo has Petition for Ditch or Drain, now during the 2nd., Quarterly Conference for John Kcown, Mr. Roscoe Shields, wlfo pending In been unusually said Court, a dlstanco of tho current year, for tho Hartford and baby. the past three or four weeks. Bat charge, Announcements havo reached here CG73 feet. It is estimated that there will bo held Monday morning. says should tho worst happen to some March 1st., at 9 o'clock. All of tho 'of tho marrlngo of J. Clarion Flener 1 will boM4,007.0C cubic ynrds of earth of these flu victims about his size, he official members of tho charge are j to Marlon A. Leo, of Cleveland, Ohio etc., to bo excavated and tho total would not have to buy any clothing on Feb. 21st. Clarion is a son of Mr. estimated cost thorcof is $2,S01.4S. urged to bo present. for a long time to come. Said work to be completed on or beLet us also remember our Prayer and Mrs. J. W. Flener. Leo Jr., arrived on the 19th, to fore Juno 15, 1920. Meeting services on Wednesday ov- -j Since I. D. Claire emigrated out of Bond with approved security will enings. It Is very Important that all make his homo with Mr. and Mrs. the "Yaller Banks" and immigrated of tho members of tho church attend Leo Martin. He says when ho reaches bo required as soon as bid Is accepted. into Frankfort, the basin on the KenMeeting services; for It tho age of 21 the Republicans will Tho Board rcsorvos tho right to retucky River, called tho Capitol, he the Prayer ject any and all bids and to let tho Is thero that we get our Spiritual get another vote. has stuck his head up in the clouds power. I am glad to report that I Mrs. Leo Gilstrap and daughter, contract for said work In section and refuses, thus far, to place" his hope to be ablo Dorothy, of St. Louis, Mo aro visit- or as n whole, as they may seo fit. cognomen at the upper end of a am about well and This February 27, 1920. to meet all of my appointments from ing Mrs. Gllstrap's father, S. J. Dunn. string of oddly strung beads as ho now on. I want to thank tho people Mis3 Ruth Stewart is spending the BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISwont to do in the days of yore, was for bearing with us so kindly during week with her aunt, Mrs. Dellah Mar- SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY KY. tho days ot simplicity, when he and 'By J. H. Thomas, President. our recent illness. tin. old McFIuke wer the Attest: McDowell A. Foglc, Socy. I am as ever yours in Him, Jno. W. Maples died at his hoir'e. criminals together, bedfellows in the m E. WATT SMITH, Pastor. ' near Gilstrap, Satu'Jav afternoon. you might say. same cell FOR SALI Funeral services, by llro. Birch Shields, wore held nt Green River ARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Looks like the Railroad Company Pojand Chlnn Gllts,-bre- d Six pure-bre- d Church, Sunday afternoon. The only has made up Its mind to not run it's RED TO LAY AND WEIGH to imro-brePoland closo relative he has is Orson Maples, trains for the good of all "of us. It China Jloar, THESE GILTS ARE a nephew. has gone and fixed the schedule so Mrs. Mary Davis, widow of John BRED TO FARROW In MAY AND With eighteen years experience and that the morning passenger gets in constant attention to size, shape, col- T. Davis, died at the home of her JUNE, Price $25.00 each, worth twice here Just in time to wako us up-amoney. Pedigrees furnished free. .,. ,l..irt Intn mi, lnof fnrwl nun thfln. or and egg production, I feel wnr- - daughter, Mrs. Warren Shields, Feb. tho .ranted In claiming a standard Barred 12th. Tho remains wero laid to rest Two brood Sows, duo to farrow Feb. anili when we get over the muss-u- p big-tyBrick House burying 20th. These Sows are Plymouth Rock yard, and to improve In the Old at It again the mixed concern comes Poland Chinas and rcglstored. my flock, I have just received ono of grounds. She leaves flvo sons, three in and does It all over again, It leaves children and Ono Is 3 years old tho other 2 years Holterman's "Aristocrats," from his daughters, sovcral-gran- d at 7:19, we turn over and. about the yard at Fort Wayne, Ind., for which a host of friends to nourn her loss. old, Price $50.00 each, worth $75.00 time wo settle back into tho gentle I paid each. Ono 10 months old, registered $15.00. This bird is mated to embrace of sweet, morning morpheus 12 selected hens and will produce I will I havo Installed my Broom Factory Poland China Boar, big type. our wife with a dull thud, yanks us Eggs from in tho building adjoining Dr. Bean's take $50.00 for this hog and ho is some wonderful results. out of bed and has us doing a bareDrug Store in Hartford. Will make worth $100 for ho Is going to inako this mating, $2.00 for 15 eggs. foot shimmy on a cold, naked floor. I also have 40 hens and 4 cockereli' your brooms at a reasonablo cash tho largest hog that was ever in Gee! How wo wish there were no of my own breeding, selected and price. Ohio county. Theso hogs are all such things as trains, especially If mated to produce splendid results first class and as well bred ns you N. A. SCHROADER. they have to be morning trains. will find anywhere In tho United Eggs from this mating, $1.25 for 15 T eggs. $5.00 for 100 eggs. Orders NOTICE OK LETTING DITCH States. My reason for selling Is that NOTICE. I want to quit tho business. II. A." ASRRY In fact, will be filled In the order they are reI have purchased tho Howard Coal ceived and eggs shipped when desir-- . DISTRICT I want to sell everything I have. Como Mines, near Horton, Ky., and will be ed. see, and if thero Is any. trade In you In position to furnish coal at all times The undersigned Board of Drain you will own something. Book youp' orders now and 4jj to the public at 8 and 10 cents per 35-- f age Commissioners of Ohio County, I 33tf Yours to sell, ready for early hatching. bushel. JOHN B. WILSON, Hartford. Kentucky, will, on Monday tho 15th W. S. DEAN, Dundee: G. W. HOHEIMER, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 2. 32t4 Lu-cllwell-dressi slow-ploddin- g, B bfg-bon- s big-bone- d, pe COX-TRAC- NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Netter Faught, deceased, will please present same to mo properly proven, on or before May 1, 1920. FRED FAUGHT, Admr. 01atonr Ky. 35t3 THE NORTHERN STATES HAVEADOPTED THE 56' AUTO --TRACK. WAGON Weber Too Low EITHER I 1 or Others Too High? 1 trv T J. W. MORRIS How Best to Determine Correctness of Price Asked the price of the Weber wagon is away too low or else the prices of other wagons are away too high. You can figure it out for yourself by comparison. n For instance, examine some sells for practically the same price wagon that anil as the Weber and note carefully the ironing of . if the gears and the distinctive features they have any. Now come overwind see us and let us show you the Weber. Compare this wagon, point for point, and size of each piece of wood stock, with the other fellow's and bear in mind how cheap product. Note the ironing of the Weber gears the other fellow's wagon gears looked in comparison. Note the Weber that takes all twisting strain off the gears and brakes and don't forget that this feature was entirely lacking on the other fellow's wagon. Note the Weber FifthiWheel that distributes the strain on the front bolster, prevents it from rocking and reduces to a minimum whipping of the tongue, etc and don't forget that this feature, too, was altogether lacking on the other fellow's wagon. A difference of $11.50 to $18.00 in favor of the Weber is apparent nearly well-know3wl.l-CoupllFlflh-Wli.- .l A-grade m m HARTFORD DROPS GAME TO IAVKRMOHE AND HEAVER DAM The Hartford Basket Ball Team composed of Ross Taylor, Jim Glenn, Edward Duke, Maurice Barrass and Claudo King, with Raymond Felix and Robert Walker as Subs, accompanied by Harry May and Park Tny-lormade a pilgrimage to Llvermor- last Thursday, a week ago, where Hartford lost to the Livormore quintette by the score of 33 to 25. Tho Hartford Roys a-- unanimous Jn saying that Llvermore took tnu game just like Frank and Jesse Janios took money in their palmy days, persisted In doing all of tho reforming and that the eyes of the sixth man those of a bat under u was llke-unt- o sun when It came to seeing noon-da- y things for Hartford and against his team. Llvermore was trailing b;- , Mr. J. W. Morris died at his home, perfect in deportment. six miles east of Hartford, Saturday m methritis Feb. 21, of Interstitial TRAVELING LIBRARY HERE Burial of the remains took placo at tho Milton Taylor burying grounds Arrangements have been made with Sunday afternoon. tho Kentucky Library Commission, Mr. Morris had passed the eighty-fift- h whereby Hartford has, been placed mile stono by 7 months and 11 upon the list bf localities to benefit days. He was known in his conv by the traveling library. The first munlty and highly respected by all Ho Is consignment of books, consisting of of his friends and neighbors. 50 volumes, has been received and survived by ono daughter, Mrs. W. D. are in charge of Miss Elizabeth Talley, and two sons, Elijah and W. Moore, at the Red Cross offices. D. Morris. o The books aro free to those who Havo you a child in your homa may wish to use them. The only stipulations being that tho patrons about 10 or 12 years old. Ho or she will take good care of and he per- can operate a Sharpies Separator as sonally responsible for the return of well as an older person, tho only you will get thru quicker than tho book or books obtained. mm a child for you will turn faster than SOCIAL CLUB WITH tho child. For a Sharpies is GUARMISS LETTIE MARKS ANTEED to get all tho cream at any speed. Call or write WILLIAMS & Tho Ladles' Social Club was en- DUKE for ''a freo demonstration. tertained by Miss Lettio Marks In 31-- tf Hartford, Ky. m her homo on Clay Street, Wednesday BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION afternoon, In a most delightful manner. Soveral games wero enjoyed, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Black, living at tho conclusion of which a dainty near Sandofur's Crossing, gave a surlunch was served. Besides the members, tho following prise dinner Sunday, Feb. 22nd, in guests wero present: honor ot their daughtor, Miss Aleen's Mesdames A. D. Kirk, W. C. Blank-onshi- p, 14th birthday. A vory sumptuous Belle Cooper, Gilinoro Kcown, dinner was served. Those present wore Mr. and Mrs. Charley Black, Mr.q Misses Mattle Sandofur, Myrtle Mad-doBollo Walker, and Margaret T. It. Black and children, Truman Marks. and Mabe, Mrs. Angellno Loach, dif-eren- ce x, I swivel-reachcoupli- ng always. Now then answer to your own satisfaction the question of whether the wheels with high carbon tire, is too low or price of the Weber with strictly the prices of other wagons too high, considering quality. And remember we the "King l Farm Wagons." sell Weber Auto --Track Wagons, of-al- N Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. AUTOi-TRAC- THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' WAGON" r c H W Blounts True Blue Steel Plow Yes we have stoves, E. C. Simmons Cast Stoves nnd Monnrch Mailable Iron Ilangcs. 33tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. I nm paying moro cash every day the week for Poultry, Eggs ant! Cream than any buyer I know of. L. T. niLEY, Hartford, Ky. In Wo carry a nlco assortment of fresh Candies nnd Fruit of all varieties, clean and wholesome. Tho best Is tho cheapest. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. ATTENTION, FARMERS! Are You Going to Raise Tobacco? "' ' ' Miss Ola Arick, of Cleveland, Ohio, supervising representative of tho Lake Division, American Red Cross, Is spending a week hero and at point? adjacent, In tho Interest of tho Byron WlUiams, a student of K. S U Lexington, came homo tho first of this week to bo present at the burial of his grandfather, Mr. R. E Williams. Mr. Williams returned to Lexington Wednesday. Mrs. A. C. Porter has been running the Circuit Court Clerk's Office this week, in the absence of Mr. Porter, who has been conflncl to his home with the flu. Mr. Porter' is convalescent and will be out in a day or .so. . IS THE PLOW YOU NEED A One that will turn the soil to please you, stand up under rough wear and lives a long life with scarcely no cost of new parts or repairs. If you are you will need canvass to make sure of plants. We made a purchase of 10,000 yards near--, ly a year ago. The market price today from the manufacturers is 7 cents per yard. We are offering this entire lot to you at From a Money-Makin- g View to Us there is one feature about fliis plow that we do not admire, and that is where we sell one of these plows we never get the fellow to come back to buy any new parts JUST KEEPS PLOWING. 'So as we find this to please the farmers, we have decided t&quit complainirg and are very glad to sell him this plow. ACTON BROS., HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Jennie Moseley Is dangerously ill nt her home in Owensboro, ef Mrs. Moseley is flu and pneumonia. a sister of Capt. S. K. Cox, and formerly resided here, where sho is well known by the older people. BB Cents It r- -T I am agent for the MARIETTA MARBLE & STONE WORKS. For best of work, prohiptest shipment and prices, see mo before you. buy your monument. , Mr. W Just arrived, a big JOHN T. KING, " The Hartford Republican i.ist week, Jon Uean v.as in Louisville cholco cooking vessels assortment of, business in aluminum 35t4p Hartford, Ky. WILLIAMS & DUKE. 157 FEBRUARY Fill DAY Mrs. J. A. Johnson Is confined to The 2nd-- Quarterly meeting for the Mr. and Mrs. Ira Daniel, lately of her home, with tho flu. Milbank, S. D., have taken rooms Beaver Dam Charge will be held at PERSONAL NEWS Preaching and with Mr. and Mrs. Lee. They will bo Liberty Church. For Mill Feeds, Sweet Quarterly 'Conference Saturday afAND SOCIAL EVENTS Oats, go to ACTON HROS. Feed and here until the close of the school. ternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Preaching Surjday morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. FOR SALE 120 Egg Incubator. Yes we have stoves, E. C. Simmons For Rugs, Matting and floor L. K. May, Presld.ng Elder. 2tp F. T. JACOUS, Hartford. Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable go to ACTON HROS. Iron Ranges. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Fuqua and Mr. Louis Fulkerson was In WILLIAMS & DUKE. Wo pay tho highest market prices 31-- tf Willie Fuqua, of this place, and Marlust week-enfor Eggs and Produce. tin Canary, of Beda, left here TuesACTON HROS. Mr. Dili May returned to his homo day for Louisville, where they will Wo pay cash every day for eggs and Knoxville, Tenn., Sunday, after in Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Clemons a poultry. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Mrs. John Daniel, of Rockport, was spending several days here, the guest visit few days and will go from there to tho guest of Mrs. R. E. Duke and , of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burnett and Akron, Ohio, where they expect to sePark Taylor went to Nashville, Sat- - .Mr. Duke, Monday. family. cure employment. linlnv r.if r Mnnrtnv. .,; ...i..., .V.M.....IO d. ( V AJ Buy' Early Per Yard or' you will have to pay around 9c for the goods we are selling at 6 cents. IRGb, B' Tho new bulk garden seeds have rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE ar- tt We HJ FURNITURE! Hn FURNITURE! Xr linvn WMI.t.TAMS T1IIKR tf Mr. M, L, McCracken has purchrs cd the Collins property, near the Jail. The best placo to get Enamel and Aluminum ware is at ACTON BROS.. E. Y. Park, of Central City, spent Sunday and Monday here with Kiln-drie- d Shelled Corn and all kinds of feeds. 35t4 v W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Mr. E. P. Foreman, of Narrows, spent tho week end hero with his family. Brooms mado by C. N. Balrd, 65 and 75 cents; 3414 W. E, ELLIS & DRO. u tV ' Born uoung, a February 21. n-pou- To 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Homor uoy, saiuruay, II l.1 t Don't overlook tho County Mass Convention at tho Court House Satur- s .. T,.,. uuy, ruu. to. .,-- Golden Leaf, best 35tf high patent Flour $13.50 per barrel. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Miss Deulah Palmer, of, McIIenry, ta guest of Miss wastho week-en- d Gillespie, An-net- Cream , Tho best by test, Sharpies Separator for salo by 31-- tf . WILLIAMS & DUKE. ,Mrs. R. B. Culley, of Stanley, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. Q. Barrett and Mr. Barrett. of"; New Iron Beds. 'They sure do look good. ACTON Miss1 JCall and let us show you our line BROS. Winona Stevens, of Beaver guest of Miss-.e- a Dmm, was the week-en- d 'Dewey and Minerva Johnson, of th!splaco. full and complete lino of fresh ' Cocacola and other refreshing soft drinks constantly foady for use at $tho restaurant of " A . ff V ' ' CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Mr. Ireland Harrison, formerly of Island, but for several years a resident of Chicago, 111., was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rlggs, If you are In tho market for a new of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Taylor TuesRockport, were visitors af this offico Davenctte see our line before buying day night and Wednesday. Mr. Harwhile in town last Friday. as wo believe that wc can furnish rison has been in rather poor health since his discharge from tin U. S. you Just what you want. LArmy, some months ago. Miss Roso Ethlyn Collins, of near ACTON BROS. guest of Miss town, was tho week-en- d Louise Maddox, of McIIenry. Just recti ed Our first car of F. Tho local Light Plant has been disabled, and as a result Hartford will A. Ames Buggies for spring. Have a Messrs Fred Faught, Morgan bo in comparative darkness for 2 nice assortment of latest styles, also and H. E. Monroe, of Olnton, months or perhaps longer, as new a complete line of harness and acces wore hero Saturday, on business. sories. Come in and select your bugmachinery is required.! gy while the assortment is good. We Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver 'Dam, Boys'let us furnish you that new are sure we can pleaso you. LUTHER CHINN, spent Saturday night and Sunday Buggy that you are going to get this Beaver Dam, Ky. here, with her sister, Miss Myrtlo. 34t4 spring. Wo have the kind that will pleaso you. The Georgo Delker. Mr. and Mrs. Hlpsley Rlggs, of LEAP YEAH PAHTY. ACTON BROS. Beda, aro tho parents of a 11 near Monday evening, Feb. 23, the pound baby girl, born on tho 24th. Mr. Georgo W. Bennett, book- Seniors and Freshmen were delightFor plow, wagon and buggy Har- keeper for the Randalo Coal Com- fully entertained by the Juniors and ness, Saddles and everything in that pany at Island, Ky., spent Sunday Sophomores, at tho College Audiline, seo us boforo you buy, and save with his father and mother, Mr. and torium. Tho room was beautifully Mrs. James C. Bennett, city. ACTON BROS. monoy. decorated with hatchets, the nation al colors and red lights, representing nlco, young Washington's birthday. KOK SALE Two Mrs. Ernest BIrkheod went to will bo Jacks, black with mealy points. Price Evansvllle Monday, whore alio Tho girls drew for the names of the boys whom they escorted to the under tho treatment of a specialist right it sold at once. b. f. Mccormick. party, i for sovoral days. R. No. 7, Hartford. 35t4p Numerous games wcro played and many prizes were given to winners of Georgo Dolker Buggies InWyles to Mrs. Onia L. Turner, operator at contests. Music was rendered by suit tho taste of all who wish to own Country's best, may tho local, home telephone exchange, different members of the classes. and rido In tho has been out this week on account of ACTON BROS. At the conclusion of the entertainbo bad at the illness of her daughter. Miss ment a very dainty lunch was served ( which consisted of sandwiches and Mr. Lyman O. Barrett, Editor of Kathleen, who Is improving guest of his chocolate. tho Horald, was the VOll CHEAP LANDS in a pro4 mother find family at Barrett's Fergressive country, that is now putting week-enFA1KVIEW. ry, last in 200 miles of rock roads, if interested write E. L. SEGO, Mrs .Hubberk Wilson was recently Prof. Brunor has been Grltfithvllle, Ark. called to the bedside of her brother as head of tho High School for tho 35t3p , Mr. and Mrs. Ray and sister-in-lacoming year. So far no other teach-Zolma, the little daugher of Mr', Sanders, pf Reynolds, Ky. ora have boon employed. and Mrs, Berry Taylor, accompanied Mrs. O. C. Daniel visited her mothMr. C. P. Keown has accepted tho by her father, went to Owensboro last er, Mrs. Nancy Ashford, Sunday. Rev, Bill Pierce sold a span of chairmanship of tho County organi- Friday, where an operation for and adenolds.was performed on mules last week to Fletch Wilson. zation, having chargo of tho drivo for tho little girl. Mr. J. W. Daniel visited his daughtho Armenian iieiiei runu ter, Mrs. I. E. Christian, of Horse Cockerels, Did you know that where others a rw nnrred Rock last week. liavo 30 to 40 disks tho Sharpies SepThoinpson'strain. Also eggs for Mr. and Mrs. q. C. Daniel and son, 3Bt2 arator has none? It has only three were In Beaver Dam Monday. working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL MRS. B. L. TAYLOR. i. Thn Louisville Evening Tlmos and BOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING WALL. McIIenry, Ky. & DUKE. Republican, both one year for 5.50. R. F.. D. No. 1 Foj, sale by WILLIAJJS fiumb. phono. Pat-lorson d, Miss Ilcssle Clark, a student in tho Messrs. J. E. McKlnney and J. A. High School, spent tho week end"wlth Howard, with the Ohio County Drug Company, nre able to bo back at their her father, at Sunnydale. posts after several days absence with of White influenza. Cotterol, Rev. Ellis l'lalns, Ca was tho guest of Mrs. E. C. Hubbard, last week-end- .. Mrs. C. E. Smith received a telegram Sunday announcing the serious Wo are adding a big line of Plow illness of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Evans, of Moberly, Missouri. Sho left for Gear. Call and look it over. W. B. ELLIS & DRO. 3514 her bedside. Monday morning. Tho French Memorial Certificate: for relatives of American .Soldiers who lost their lives In line of duty. In the recent war, have been received by officials of tho Local Post, American Legion. Public presentations will be made when the influenza situation has reached normal. A Superior Style The Kabo Comfort Top corset means the last word in correct corseting. It means more than that relief at last for the woman who has .suffered discomfort 'from the stiff front steel pressing in at the top. To her the Comfort Top corset is a boon. The .special feature meets a definite need. The front steel stops at the waist line and the soft, pliable top section fastens with hooks and eyes, like1 a brassiere. The Comfort Top, like all other Kabo corsets, is designed on live models and made for real human ie-inwho live and move and breathe. The alert woman who drives her own or the family car enjoys the Comfort Top corset. It is so easy to bend in it and yet just the right support for the back. ar gs r We recommend this as a splendid value. ton-slllt- is Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. tmwtw w m wwi T IF7I7 5?SsA TO TUNNEL MT. BLANC rf??v w.. KBS3S KL7ih.5' !" fena? &i -- JSSn&jfiSJ? of A"Oa ems : Tho governments of Franco and Italy are proparlng to dig a tunnol under Mt. Blnnc in order to form n direct connecting link botween the two countries. Tho project has been under consideration for somo tlmo but not until lately was any provision mado for actunlly beginning tho work. Now Franco has appropriated 45,000,000 francos and Italy 40,000,-00- 0. Engineers have gone to Chnm-onlin tho French Alps', to look the ground over. x, DIRECTORY Ch'm'n. Board W. II. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Polico Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. 1J days 1st Monday In March Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR, 1st Mopany in May 12 dayi 1st Monday In July 12 days County Board of Education. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday In September Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday in November 12 daja Dlv. No. i O. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, COUNTY COURT. Ky. Meets first Monday In each month. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslne, Judge Mack Coolc. Ky. County Att'y. A." D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BeavClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. February; let Monday In April; 1st Surveyor C. 3. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoroner E. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Monday In December. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April nnd' E. S. Howard S, S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school Route 3. Hartford. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. May, 9 and 10 Common school 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May 1G and 17 County teachora 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Dalze-tow- examination. (White) Hartford. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. June, 20 nnd 21 County and Stato 8th District B. C. Rhondes, Hart- teachers' examination (white) Fordsford, Route 6. vlllo. June, 27 and 28 County and-statHARTFORD. teachers' examination (colored ) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. Ohio County Institute, July, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept., 19 and ' 20 County and HOCKI'ORT State teachers' examination, (white) Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Hartford. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Sept. 2C and 27 County and State Polico Judge S. t,. Fulkerson. etchers' examination (colored) Hart Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. ford. CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Owemboro. C. 13. Bmlth, HartCotn'lh. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Portc'r, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keowu, Judge BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Bonrd W. T. McKennoj. dork R. W. King. Polico Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. F. Slovens. . '' r FORDSVILLK. Hartford. &, " aftf-v' 'Cigarettes made to i Dollitis mid Cent. . meet your taste! Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness never before attained. To best realize their quality compare Camels with any cigarette in Slfe sfe &SJ ?tac JBS t? the world at any price! MUM 'I A BPnlpi H p UK1 IWii ,lll"l ,ii, I III I!!!!!1'! I H1"""""!!'! ill o' V Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will win you at once it is .go new and unusual. That's what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco gives youl You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally Counting it only in dollars nnd cents, how much did that last cold cost you 7 A man may not afways stop work when ho has n cold, but perhaps it would bo better if ho did. It takes about ten days to get completely rid of a cold under the usual treatment. That time can be much shortened by taking Chamberlain'3 Cough Remedy and proper care of yourself, In fact, a bottle of this remedy in tho house is a mighty good n, investment during tho winter and m pringpuonths. WOMAN CABINET OFFICER? without tiring your taste! Hfflttk r ' experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. Take Camels at any angle they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever You'll prefer Camels quality! ,aasjfflsss2M;: .. a l- -V aeofSOcfaretteaortenpacagea Cameta are aold everywhere in aciertifically tealed pack 1200 cigarettes) in a Ustme.paper'COvered carton. Ve strongly recommend t ht carton fori ho home or office aupply or when you travel Wintton-Snle- r1. H l lid I fliffl'l ii ?' lurai'iii lW 1'. '. f 1 .... if Wifcki'; .,. aaaBBES; .Wrr h w -- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. N. C. wj . v mw 'ii ;, 'V I', i. i' ,i 1.' .n. '' t '. '" in1 ""il'in'ill.'lillUli'i.iV' tl I MIMifflii "'"Hi ta n l8H M A demand is to be made by tho women of the country for a new cabinet position to be filled by a woman. They want a woman secretary of education, and they are going to demand of both the big political parties a plank favorable to the plan in the coming platforms. They argue that a woman would bo better qualified for such a position than a man for the reason that she has tho first care of the education of children and the selection of schools. "Several women havo succeeded as heads of colleges, and one of these, they say, would be Ideal In charge of such a department. The old departments, like the war, navy, treasury and agriculture, are hardly considered as coming within a woman's sphere. The chances nro that those offices will be filled by men for a long time to come, it is U n. 7-- admitted. at MIILKHAM) AVIXS FRENCH SUI'l'ORT grant tho men more wages, but that BLACK IS EXONERATED they will fight the closed shop. AcIX REFORMATORY PROBE cording to Samuel Gompers, presi- Premier Mlllerand's bold stand on the question of government support has swung practically all tlio members of the chamber of deputies into line. The premier showed himself in no mood for trifling or hesitancy. If he hadn't the confidence of the chamber he wanted to know it. "Tho decision several days ago when 300 deputies refrained from voting was only an aggravation. It decided nothing except that strong action was necessary one way or another. So Jlillerand throw down the gauntlet to the dissenting members. They had objected to two of his appointees Jules Steeg as minister of the Interior and Jean Ogler as minister of liberated regions but the premier declared that "if the chamber has thought for one moment that I would deprive myself of the set vices of any of the men whom I have chosen it has been badly mistaken and does not know me." He demanded another vote In order to find out just where he stood in the confidences of the body. This resulted in an overwhelming vote of confidence in which all the deputies took part. Premier Jlillerand's announced foreign policy is equally vigorous. He charges Germany with having failed In several ways of fulfilling her part of tlio peace treaty but ho said that she would be held to account to tho last sou. Franco will not givo up her activities In Turkey, ho said, and in Syria, though no policy of conquest would be pursued, justice must be maintained In that land and a good administration established. Toward soviet Russia no definite plans could as yet be determined, but ho promised that Franco would sparo nothing in the endeavor tp reach an accord without intorforlng with tho Internal affairs of tho country. For Poland ho professed tho strongest ties of friendship; it slio is attacked she can depend on tho complete cooperation of Franco, he said. He regretted that the United States had not ratified tho peaco treaty but ho said that ho had no "disquietude" concerning tho final ' decision. Following these announcements tho chamber gavo tho government another hearty vote of confidence. dent of the American Federation of Labor, this is the first farm hands' Former Governor James D- - Black thoroughly exonerated in connecunion to be organized in America. tion with irregularities at the state mm reformatory by the Richardson LegisState of Ohio. City of Toledo, lative Investigating Committee, which Lucas County, gs. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is inspecting state institutions. The Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. committ'e has made a thoro inCheney & Co.. doing business In the City vestigation of every transaction In of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, is and that said Arm tUII pav the Bum of ONE IIUNDRLD DOLLARS for each and evry case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Suorn to beforo mo and subscribed In my,presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SSS. A. W. GLEASON. (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all drnnfrfsts. 76c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Periodic Bilious Attacks. Persons subject to periodic bilious attacks will observe that their appetite falls them just beforo an attack. That is, they do not really crave food but eat because it is meal time. If they will eat only a light meal and no meat, then tako two C ambcrlaln'3 Tablets the attack may be av ided. in Every Woman Wnnisj ' i v H B KJjSjg JfrSyis iBil2i3 Mar 4 Mothers Js. c'2s. use 0 INFLUENZA AND WEAK BLOOD Run Down and Listless Condition May Make Yon a Target For The "Flu" Because Blood is Probably Thin which Gov. Black figured, and ha found that ho was not guilty of so much as an impropriety in any instance. Mr. Black merely took advantage of the opportunity to buy supplies at cost thru the warden of the reformatory. He was able to produce checks showing payment for all supplies delivered to him from that institution. The committee will leave today fo.' Eddyvllle, where it will investigate repot ts of irregularities at the prison J y jkj Health About Many J - te Ffir PPUCnwAf uvrML-r.il- ? D.ioolvcd in water for douchei tlopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkhnm Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, ore throatand enri rv,.9 Pmnn..:..! Hl clMNduury ctcuiini nd ccirajrMil mw. Vniiil. The P.ilonTtJft Compny. Bclo-i. KiRw Vf Vermifuge Forthe'.ChlldrenZ-A Safe, Remedy for Worms Serentj flu ! Kim. J VL N Gone uj thousands o! suffering from P tWt -- -- TTaTiiWWiflWtfnwiiffliirrriT" there. Chronic Constipation. women womanly k There are people who never have a movement of tho bowels without it is produced by a cathartic. Most of them havo brought that condition on themselves by tho use of mineral waters and strong cathartics that take too much water out of tho system and aggravato tho disease they fc.NI AT THIS TIME OF DAXGER, TAKE are meant to relieve. A mild laxative tonic like Chamberlain's Tablets l'El'TO-MANGAIT BUILDS affords a gentle movement of tho RICH, RED BLOOD bowels that you hardly realize has No matter how well you usually been produced by a medicine, and are, if temporarily your'ro run down, their use Is not so likely to bo fol. m lowed by constipation. you're a target for the influenza. ' Contaglan always gets listless peo.. When the bowels become irregular pie first. Whether they realize It or you are uncolnfortnblo and the longer not, their blood is thin and underthis condition exists tho worse you nourished in no condition to fight feel. You can get rid of this misery off the germs it meets everywhere. quickly by using Herblno. Take a It is a wise precaution to take a dose on going to bed and see how fine good tonic at this time of danger you feel next day. Price 00c. Sold n some builder of red, vig- by Ohio Drug Company. m orous blood, like And if you did not think of this SUNDAY NEWS 1JAXXED in time If you are now recovering your from a fight with influenza Newspapor men In Spain are no blood will need help for weeks after longer required to work on Sundays. you think the danger is past. A royal order has been declared forTake no unnecessary chances. Get bidding any papor being published n and start taking it or sold botween noon Sunday and today. Pepto-Manga- n is an effecnoon Monday, while press messages tive blood builder that has had tho by telegraph or telephone aro proendorsement of physicians for years. hibited between six a. m., Sunday and m n is sold by druggists six a. m., Monday. A child that has Intestinal worms in either liquid or tablet form, just Is handicapped in Its growth. A few as preferred. Thero is no difference Surgeons agree that tin cases of ' doses of "White's Cream Vermifuge in medicinal value, But be sure you cuts,burns, bruises and wounds the destroys and expels worms; the child get the genulno Pepto-MangaAsk first treatment is most important. immediately improves and thrives for Gudo's Popto-Ianga- n and b When an efficient antlsoptic is apwonderfully. Price 30c per bottle. the namo is on tho package i plied promptly, thoro is no danger of ' m tisoment. Bold by Ohio County Drug Co. Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or For Tho Children. FARM HANDS UXIOX, FIRST beast. Borozono is tho ideal antiseptic Too much care cannot be exorcised and healing agent. Buy IX U. S. MAKES DEMANDS it now and in selecting a cough remedy for chll- - bo ready for an emergency. Price Evansvllle, Ind., Feb. 21 Tho.dren. It should bo pleasant to take, 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by n no harmful drug and most Ohio County Drug Farm Hands Union, recently organ-'contaim Company. ized by the farm laborers of Vnndor-- j effectual in curing their qoughs and burg county, has mado a demand for 'colds. Long' experience has shown an Increase in wages, shorter hours' that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy FOR FLETCHER'S and tho recognition of the union. ' meets these conditions. It is a, f farmers say they may agree to vorito with many mothers!' m N well-knowPepto-Mangan. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan. , I trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardnl, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, ofHayne.N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." : Cucceed when everything el&c falls. In nervou? prostiatloui and female vealcnesse they are the supreme ivmcuT, inousanda have testified. -- Bitters KIDNEYXIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE the tpfit tmUraunlal UUlIFUUl!can offer you. Krep a bottle alwart no hand. It will help krrp lli UlUa onta happr and health. 23c. a bottla at jour fflst'a or general atoro I or If jour dealer can t auiiplj jou aend hU naino ami 2Sc, to utampt and we'll aend an a botUa promptly. n FltKV'iJ inn' ronUna-o- n hi 53 1 int. S3 (pa) a E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. FOFJ It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR NATURE'S MIRROR well and healthy When n woman is KlRoajflfflrk JmMl GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment for WEAK or H TAKE there's sparklo in a LUNGS CONSUMPTION A quick relief (or that fired, run down ferlloe, couchi. patni in clieit. nlcht iyfali. licmor triages, weak lunga or conmmpllon. If it dot not help you II coala you nolhlot. a) CARDU The Woman's Tonic She writes further: " I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was In dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with her oyes, a rose tint in her checks, and sho has FOR.ONE MONTH blood. There's elasticity in every Rton. move- rich rod OHIO MEDICAL CO. &.?!? spring in her ment and a T.nvn USE LI V-VER-LAX their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be In splendid health, Give like Mrs. Spell. Cardui a trial. Children Ory All Druggists J 72 fa-T- CASTOR A comes to every woman who has bounding health but when sho is pallid, dull eyed, languid, sho has no magnetism nor does sho appeal to any man. Such a change in feelings and looksl After suffering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, weak and dragged down by weaknesses of her sex with eyes sunken, black circles and pale cheeks such a woman is quickly restored to health by tho lavonto Prescription of Dr. Pierce. Changed, too, in looks, for after taking Dr. Pierce's Favdrito Prescription tho skin becomes clear, tho eyes brighter, tho checks Tf. I mirAlv vnnrnfnlil nllimn. contains no alcohol. Drutrctsts sell it in tfthlnfa nr liquid. ..Send .Dr. Pierco, Buffalo, N.Y., 10c for trial package, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Peel rteht all tho time Don't lay ol from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lio- - VmrLax kecpa yo on your feet, whilorelicvingyourtrouix Je. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don tako anything else. You can't afford It Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay tern ami relieves constipation. A naU urai remedy, natural In its actions, bum in its ciTcc i anu certain lit results Ir won't bo long beforo Lit). VcLax wID completely displaco calomel in ever home.! C!hl1r1rrn run nter. tf .aa1 nn2 With perfect Bafety. Every bottle miar- genulno without the likeness and Bigruv i4uro of L. K. Grlgsby. For sale -- n by' r iE i v Dogs Licensed for Year 1920 (Continued from 3rd pago) II. 11. LAVAL Your Neighbors Choice j1 1 Joo Currey, jsamo Company 1 John Green, Deanfleld Winrton-SalcN.C The HOME of John Deere Implements, Delker and I Tninpq Ttplfnor. I.lvermore. It. 1...1' .' . X. Wilson, Hartford Hercules Buggies, Owensboro Wagons, Letz Feed I JooII. Ithoads, Fordsvlllo ,.X J. e" Grinders, Gas Engines and Power Washers, Rose Hobart Italph, Hartford, R. 6....1 1 Ralph, Narrows Arvln Clipper and Blount Plows, Campbell Corn Drills, Prince Albert puts new smokenotiona under your bonnet I, It's so 1 It, C. Smith. Fordsvlllo delightful rolled into a cigarette and, so easy to roll! And, you just ia Fairbanks Morse Line, Harness, Hardware, Feed and Robert Uennett, South Carrollton. .1 1 S. T. Bennett, samo 1 Fence tne place wnere your money Duys tne most. to it like you been doing it since away back ! You see, P. A. is crimp cut 1 Edmond Young, same 1 and a cinch to handle ! It stays put and you don't Jose a Jot when you Remember the discount, 5 per cent for cash. Calllc Morehead, same 1 C. J. Bright, samo Gy&fri&i aeg&mm atzrt to Aug tho paper around the tobacco! lL& 1 C. H. Bright, samo 1 J, F. Duke, Olaton in a home-rcfla- d You'll like Prince. Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do 1 B. B. Blacklock, Narrows cifrrette,' too! Bite and "parch are cut out by our exclusive patented 1 J. N. White, samo ...'. 1 liiUJB'l.' niluiillllHS M. G. Snell, McIIenry, It. 1 MUL!i"l' I process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke -3 "" J. S. Donlnn. Narrow imnrrr pipes triiere one was smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the Ira Morris, Whltcsvlllo .. 1 Isaac Griffith, samo way. And,me-o-mwhat a wad of smokesport will ripple your way 1 W. A. Prob'us, samo every time you fill up I 1 W. II. Keith, Olaton 4 Besslo Smith, same 1 Wavlo Keith, same 1 Roy Keith, samo 1 , T. P. Crowder, Hartford I obtained in Milan solely on tho George Davis, Beaver Dam 1 Bill Keith, same . . . 1 ' Robert Decker, Rockport ground that It was childless. The ac Roy Elder, Centertown ,. .1 Jako Keith, same 1 Elvis sparKs, L,ivermore, u. i i tion of tho court was approved every .J Iris Render, samo Mrs. M. S. KIrtley, Island 1 1 Grigsby Johnson, samo 1 Frank Travis, Centertown It. E. Eudaley, Ceralvo Socialists are now, to put? 1 Sarah F: Grant, Narrows, R. 1....1 where. 1 Basil Taylor, Hartford W. S. Grant, Olaton through the assembly mak1 B. F. Huff, Narrows James Roby, Reynolds Station Everett Brown. Reynolds Sta. . . . 1 C. D. Morris. Fordsville . . . 7 . . 1 ing annulments compulsory If no 1 Will Graves, Echols 1 Ethel Marlow, Fordsville 1 . 1 W. H. ,Evans, Fordsville 1 Nancy Fanner, same children result from them. Frank Fuqua, samo 1 Ernest W Anderson, Hartford ...1 1 Tima rnffm.in nentnrtnwn A. S. Edge, same 1 T. H. Westerfield. Hartford, R. G,. .1 O. C Magan, Olaton -- 1 Jasp. Tichenor, Centertown 1 W. L. Fulkerson, Reynolds. . . .j. . .1 W. - H. Phillips, Deanfleld . Ezra Bowman. Reynolds fata i C. C. Evana. same 1 1 W.- H. Snyder, Reynolds . . ,. 1 Chester Ward, McIIenryR. 1, 1 Corinne Day, Narrows Ll L. C. Crawford Horse Branch 1 ., L. Hurt, Narrows '. : 1 Attest: . . 1 Marlln Keith, same J. A. Lake, Fordsvlllo 1 -. 1 D. T. Ward, Whltesvllle W. C BLANKENSHIP, FOR SALE! Col. D7Gre"SrrsanlQ . .' .".'. . TT. . . 1 H6rso Branch . . . . Clerk Ohio County Court. E. S. Murphy, Reynolds Station... 1 Wade Dellart, Whltesvllle 1 1 C. W. Hardin, J. It. Murphy, Fordsville , . . .1 Warren J. MIdklff, Narrows, R. 2..1 E. Bellamy, same Narrows 1 A scald burn, or severe cut heals " Charlie Rallard. , W. I. BroAvn, samo 1 slowly if neglected. The family that 1 A. R. Miller, same Jesse T. Ralph, Hartford 1 Hartford keop3 a bottle of Bauard-- Snow Llni- G. W. Dennis, South Carrollton . . . 1 B. F. Evans. 1 ment-o- n Ernest B. Ralph; Hartford; R. G,. . .1 Henry Cumminga . Echols hand is aiways prepared for Freight rates have played a very small part .1 Alva Magan, same ! i! I '.'. 1 such accidentB. .Price 25c, 50c and 1 VeamanRowe. Beaver Dam living. Geo. Wrleht. Narrows in the rising cost of 1 A. J. Carter, Hartford l $1.00 per bottle. Sold by umo uoun rr Pirn iiniinnrv : . . 1 V. R. Ferguson, narrows ty Drug Co. Geo. Shropshire, same under-productio- n, samo 1 Jno. Wimsatt, l Other causes the vaste of war, Francis Baize, Beaver Dam 1 1 J. R. Phlpps. Hartford C. Y Hoover, Hartford 1 CHILDLESS MARRIAGES have added dollars credit inflation '. . . 1 i V. T. Hunt. Beaver Dam V. Tlnslcy, same Bred Gilts and young Pigs. 1 MAY BE ANNULLED 1 , Clyde Wright, Hartford J. C. Taylor, samo cost of the necessities of life, while 1 to the 1 Carl Heflln, Simmons Pedigree furnished. L. T. Hayes, Narrows 1 1 J. E. Wilson, Beaver Dam Ellis Coy. Beaer Dam freight charges have added only cents. There are no divorces In Italy but whhou, nu. Shipley, ricuu Jno. R. Richeson, Hartford 1 marriages may be annulled whenever same 1 Reed Ed LIndsey, White Run LOYALL P. BENNETT, ,i nnm n innrn l a ciiriiniuiii T Ti i. ..a. II nn ri- iin vvi charge for hauling a ton i.u.i.uamuiu, T ul KUUli "cc"'0 "" Hershell Duvall, Beaeruam The average 1 Harry Robinson. Fordsville . ovi,ience to warrant it . A few days Route 7 C. V. Crowe, Hnrtford Hartford, Ky. 1 of freight a mile is less than a cent 1 Newton Raines, Beaver Dam Rent Evans, Whltesvllle Ument oI a raarriaB0 was an Dam, R 2.1 W. H. Luce, samo V. B. Patterson, Beaver 1 Roach, same 1 Hershell R. F. Baize, McIIenry . . , i.- A suit of clothing that sold for $30 -- ..1 Elton King, Hartford Emhry, Beaver Dam C. C. 1 Claude King, Same u Pnn WAoilninn. Olnlnn before the war was carried 2,265 A. T. Stewart, Bea.vor Dam. R. 3.. .1 J. A. Caldwell, Beaver Dam, R. 2,.l 1 I. W. Paxton, BcaVcr Dam, R.,1,. .1 Fred Patton, Hartford miles by rail from Chicago to Los 1 CgtfStiiresD .Insso Embrv. Cromwell Rholliv TJnrk. Hartford. R. 2 1 1 .Tnko Baize. Centertown Angeles for 16 cents. Jno M Chinn, Beaver Dam l R. R, Davison, Falls' of Rough.... 2 Cleveland, Ohinn,- - samo .1 u, 1. f UlKerson, ueruivu J. C. Slmlts, Prentiss ' is 22 cents 1 Now the freight charge G.- - F. French. Llvia, R. 2 T. B. Williams, Mcllenr)'-Ferry. . 1 David Hatcher. Hartford, R.' 7....1 Wymnn Douglas and the suit sells for $50. 1 1 Joe Barrett, Nariows Walter Free, Na.nows r 1 J. H. Kuykendoll, Contortown . v . 1 Homer Cprley, ReyAolds Sta. K ' ' Thi cost of tb Bolt has Increased 20 dollars. l , . 1 Arvln Tichenor, Hartford Ollio F. S;nlth, Balzertqwn 1 1 Henry Minton, Oentertown Clyde Smith, same y 1 Increased only 5 cents. The freight on It has 1 Dink Bishop, same W. C Funk, Hartford, R. 5,. 1 T. C. Bishop, samo Fordsville Fred Brown, Other transportation charges enter Into the & 1 R, A. Bishop, samo .'..., J L. W. McPhearsorf: same " cost pf the finished article tarrying the wool 1 , ,1 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been A. C. Johnson, Hartford Annio Jackson, Equality ' to the mills and the cloth to thetailors but t I Mrs. Gola Yeller, Beaver Dani in us for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of. Herbert Mldklff, Hartford : 1 11 L. T. Bartlett, Hai tford these other charges amount to but a few cenu .' ' A. F. MIdklff, Narrows, R. 2 and has been .made u'ndef his per-p' 1 .1 M. W. Foreman, Hai tford ' , J. M. Pharrls, Llvia. R. 2 more. t 60nal suPervfelon since Its Infancy 1 M. D. Richardson, Hartford, It, King.. Hartford John 1 Vfutfv, C6Ccl44Z Allow no one to deceive you in this." Truman Hoover, Hartford, R. 7 Will Burden, isamo 1 1 O. H. Richardson, Hartford The $10 pair of shoes that used to All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but J. H. Miller, Narrows 1 1 Arley Shown, samo A. C. Murphy, Hartford . . I ' V Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of sell for $5 goes from the New Eng. . .1 E. S. Paris, Beavor Dam .1 C. Slogan, Narrows J. ' Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 1 H. S. Brown, Harford A. P. Boswell.- - Dundee . . . . land factory to the Florida dealer for J, Frank Myers, ' Beaver Dam . . . . i . . 1 Wayne Boswell. same 1 a freight charge of 5& cents only itoy wiuto, iucuonry i Nat LIndloy, Contortown 1 . . 1 J.C. Llndley, Centertown C. T. Ashby, samo Xastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, pre-w- ar rate. ;1 1 X. W. Brawn, Centertown one cent more than the Ed Ward. Hartford Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 1 1 Albert Stewart. Livla Doward Tlchonor, Centertown w neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its 1 1 Wiley Cook, White Run Dave Smith, Hartford of a cent 1 age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has 1 Byron Johnson, McIIenry Beef pays only two-thirErnest Wilson, Roslno 1 1 Jas. W. Eadohs. Beaver Dam been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, v; J. O. Tombllnson. Hartford a pound freight from Chicago to-1 J. W. Iglohart. Centertown. . . . . .1 R; E. Gentry, Cromwell Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising 1 1 Ernest Shown, Hartford G J. Thomas, White Run New York. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids 1 1 J. E. Mnttlngly. Fordsville J, Brlscoo Thomas, White Run 1 the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. , . , 1 D. T. Ford, Beavor Dam Grpvor Burgess, Prentiss 1 - American freight rates are the low-- J 1 "Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 0. H. Bartlett, Hartford ; Will Moseley, Beaver Dam 1 1 Rosal Lake, same . . . . J. M. Wosterfleld, same v - est in the world. 1 1 James Plrtle, same Thomas Tata, samo, R. 1 .( 1 1 II. C. Ford, same Dee Barnes, samo 1 1 Hpnier Albin, same Alf rod Fortnoy, samo , m 1 1 Leo Hawkins, same S. F. Babbitt, Select Bears the Signature of ..1 . . ' Jl 0, Wilson, Horso Branch Qfiis Estill Wllkio, Fordsvlllo Jnmes II. Barnes, Beaver Dam....l Miss Srah Hoavrln, Horse Branch. 1 .1 . 1 BUI Bopp, Balzetown R, II. "Barnes, samo 2 2 R. P. Dougherty, same J. B. Dortch, samo, R. 4,. , 1 Glenn Crabb, White Run v1 J. W. Layman, Hartford 1 .3 Clinton White, same. W. L. Wtf'uo. Whltesvlllo Thott ihiiring informatjon concerning tht railroad tiiuation may 1 1 Cass Tooley, Centertdwn O. R. areorjleavor Dam v 1 obtain liitraturt by writing to Tht Attociation of Railway 1 Dick Tooley, Centertown Willard Lako, Simmons 1 1 Extoutlvtt, 61 Broadway, Ntv York. Jothro Leo. Hartford if Jim Russell, Echols P 1 1 , Harris Walker. Hartford Charlie Cox, Wysox 1 Mrs. J. P. McKInnoy, Hartford . . . 1 MJllord Orubb, samo 1 J. M. Maxoy, Beavor Dam, It. 4. . . .1 Ivan Cambron. Hartford 1 1 II. Hlghtower, Hartford Kind You WVY, Cundlff, Ceralvo E 1 1 T. W. Miller. Hartford . . . : Robert Matthews, same THK OINTAUH COMPANY, WW VOWK OITV. 1 1 Jas. Lewis, Hartford Rob Morris, Rockport 1 . ,. 2 B. F. McCormlck, Hartford H. C. Crowder. Soloct 1 .1 Odio Hoover. Hartford Call on The Hartford Itepublican for IJine Job Print- - m. n. Evoi-lv-. McIIenry 1 L'ofa V. Westerflold, Hartford , 1 13. Intjrahaui, samo ..-.iJ, , lffcl l itA Promptly. Why do the farmers of "Ohio" County in EVERY test where the. De Laval is placed side by side with other machines, take the De Why do Laval? dairy and creamery everywhere men give the De Laval Why preference? are more De Lavals in use than all other makes combined? Let us place a De Laval in your home questions to your satisfaction. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Dam, Ky. Both Phones . J M. Stearsma'n, same 0 T. Klttlngor, Equality K. W. linker, llcnvor Dam Jno. Willis. Hartford Clarcnco Ilownril, same Joo , Johnson, samo S A. .1. F II. Stcarsman, same Fnugltt, Contortown 1 1 1 .1. .'1 K. Moore, samo Win. Smith, aamo, R. 1, Arvln Smith, Narrows Ilaxley, snmo Jno. Griffin, Hartford Lee Iloynl, samo T II. Iirown, Roslne A. C. Urond, samo" T. F. Crowder, Deaver Dam, n. A. 0. Crowder, Itenfrow II. T. Crowder, Roslne .. Joo Hatler, samo , Everett Iloyal, samo Lonnle Hoover, Hartford . Nool Foreman, Narrows . Everett Russell, same Taltlo Evans, Fordsvlllo J. U. Evans, Fordsvlllo' Mrs. J. J. JJozarth. Hartford John Hoznrth, samo II. T. Jnmcs, same W. W. Plrtle, samo Herbert Stewart, Deaver Dam D. L. Ford, samo M. S. C. E. L.cosamo ....... .. ', vl f 1 1 1' 1 1 .1 - ': Lay a bet on y t tf Trolling em with Wr-mim- linker, Hartford .1 1 1 1 3..1 1, -- .1 ... 1 1 1 t wm-xm- ... .... 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 Loamoiv-Lake- , It. D. Walker, samo J. It. Duvall, Heaver Dam E. M. HefUn, MjsIIenry L. U. Wade, same M. Hartford ........ lt -- .. 1 1 RINGE LBERT 3m '' brit.j. CoprHthtlltl Rernoidi Tobacco Co. .A HB HH SBP ' 1 1 1 M. Malliam, Simmons W. B. CurrejvLlvermoro C F. Faught, samo i t i the national joy smoke your own cigarettes with' Prince Albert is just ROLLING joy'us a sideline as you ever carried around in your grip I For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your will present youi life as every "P. A. home-mad- my-to- , yoa'Il Amttlt toppy red baft, tidr red tint, handsome pound and half Bound tin humidor andih8t classy, practtcat pound crystal gtaaa humidor rtth apon& motstener top that keep Prince Albert in auch perfect condition I R. J. Reynold Tobacco . i '- y, ..., ... .... .... Carrying aTon a Mile for less than a Cent - Oh! I See! 8 t " .......... ..-..' -- u' li 3 ty fos Fletcher's ,'....:... Biu-rett'- s ......, .... ....... .....l. ..... ,......,.,l C'.l ... r 1 rjy457 ' Just-as-goo- d" What is CASTORIA '- .... ds ...... advertisement is published by the Sissociation ofSlailway executives ..,..., GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ...... 2L&0k The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought ...... .......... ing. Work Delivered ' - i 71Z. X V R IG SALE BY THE I1 overnment Army Store LOCATED AT THE NEW BRICK STOlRE OF , THE BEAVER DAM COAL CO. McHENRY, KENTUCKY Tuesday, MaLrch 2nd, 1920. Commencing at 8 o'clock a. m. All former sales by the Army Store having been so largely and "successfully attended by purchasers, the Government Army Store has made an extra large shipment of goods for this BIG SALE. All these goods are offered at GUARANTEED GOVERNMENT PRICES. Everybody in Ohio and adjoining counties welcome. Come early and avoid the rush. The sale will consist of SHOES, PANTS, BLANKETS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS and ' ARMY EATABLES. , Remember the date, March 2nd, 1920, commencing at 8 o'clock a. m. Highest Prices Will be Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce! sent Ohio County In the Republican MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. STRANDED IN CROTATIA State Convention called to meet In Ohio Circuit Court. Wednesday, Kentucky, Louisville, Jessie Fogle, Plaintiff. One March the 3, 1920 at 1 o'clock, P. M "tiospic, Crotatla, Feb. vs. i Notice of sale. Defendant. thousand Croatians who left their to elect 4 delegates from the State at Alvie Fogle, to a. Judgment and order jobs In the steel mills of Pittsburg large and 4 alternate delegates to tho of Pursuantthe Ohio Circuit Court ensale of and Gary when the war started to National Convention of the Republi- tered In tho above styled action at tho fight for their native country are can Party which meets in Chicago, November term, 1919, directing me to stranded here with no means of re- Illinois, June the 8, 1920, and for the sell tho hereinafter described real estate for the purpose of paying tho turning to America. They have ap- further purpose of nominating two Judgment of the plaintiff against the plied for assistance to an American electors from tho State at large, to 'bo defendant iri the sum of $50.20 with the cost of this action and Jted Cross medical unit operating in voted for in the election to be held of this sale will offer for this district and have been assured Tuesday Nov. 2, 1920, and for the, the cost public outcry I to further purpose of selecting 33 dele- - sale at that representation will bo made In ??V nHArnntn flolnfrntnc in nt- -' and best bidder at the Court House their behalf to the Department of rrntaa mwl door, In Hartford, Kentucky, on Montend the Fourth Congressional Dis- day, March 1st.. 1920, at about the Labor, of the United States. hour of 12:30 p. in., on a credit of The. situation of these men in Gos-p- ic trict Convention which meets at i Ky., Tuesday March the six months the following described is typical of conditions in nearly real estate, lying and being in Ohio every town in Southern Europe and 2, 1920. County, Ky., viz: Witness our hands, this tho 16th ' One lot of ground and dwelling the I'alkans. Few towns can be found house located thereon situated on tho where thero la not a colony of somo day of Feb. 1920. Du Pont Highway adjacent to tho E. G. BARRASS size of naturalized Americans anxroad crossing near Simmons-OhiCh'm'n. Republican Executive Com. PublicCounty Kentucky. ious to return. Thero are 40,000 W. S. TINSLEY, Tho purchaser will be required to men in similar circumstances scatter-- , execute bond immediately after sale, Secretary. ed throughout Croatia. with security to bo approved by Hio The colony of Gospic is facing great commissioner, and a lien will be reprivations, and most of thorn areab-solutel- y tained on the land sold to secure tho payment of same. Said bond to have penniless. No living can be the force and effect of a judgment. mado from tho land; which is too poor Givon under my hand this the 10th rail-- i to cultivate, and they lack tho day of February. 1920. For Infants and Children OTTQ C. MARTIN, way fare to Helgrade or Zagreb, Master Commissioner O. C. C. Years whero thoy might find work. All In Use For Over Barnes Sf Smith, Attorneys. shops have been closed'for lack of Always bears m the supplies and tho livestock of tho Signature of FOR SALE. country stolen or killed during tho My house and lot In Hartford, Ky war, has completely disappeared. Tho prlco is right No clothes of any sort aro to bo 30'tf LOUIS T. RILEY. EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC bail and the men aro wearing their old'army uniforms, ragged and in NOTICE! inuny casos merely n collection of Men should consult All Have you gotten your mo about war insurance and comncn- shreds nud tatters. If tho rumor that the government intends to recall package" of Egg-A-DHen ation. Advice and assistance free. . nil tho old army uniforms should deDR. A. R. RILEY, Tonic at the store nearest velop Into fact those men will bo litCom. American Legion,- ' " ' your home? erally naked. Post No". 41. MANY AMERICANS j gether st ! Lots Nba. 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 10, IS and I9Jn Ulock "K"; lots Nos. 3, 4, S, G. 7, S, 9. 10, 11, 12, 14. 15. 16, 17. IS, 19, 20, 21, 22. and 23 in block "L"? lots Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 In block "P", In highest and best bidder, at the Court House door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, March 1st., 1920, at about the hour of 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six months, the following described real estate, located and being In the East Hartford addition to tho City of Hartford, Kentncky, to-wl- t: East Hartford Addition to the city of 1911, and of record in deed boolc 40, Hartford, as shown by plot of said page 214. Ohio County Clerk's office. which Is of record In Deed Tho purchaser will be requirct to Book 31, page 233, Ohio County execute bond immediately after sale, Clerk's office. Said lots being samo with security to bo npproved by tho land conveyed to Cessna Realty Com- commissioner. A Hen will bo retain-- . pany by T. h. Taylor and wife, Mary on the land sold ns additional se- ad-dlti- wife, Mary E Lynn, by deed dated tho 12th., day of August. 1907, and of record In deed book 31; page 5S3, Ohio County Clerk's offfce, and convoyed by Cossna Realty Company to S. S. Maple by deed dated Marcji 4, A. Taylor, and George R. Lynn and curlty. Said bond to have tho forco nnd effect of n Judgment. Given under my hand this tho 10th. day of Februnry, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner, O. C. C. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. " n ' ft "A new note . . 4? we've struck it" Chesterfield "no "flats," but my! how Chesterfields "Satisfy!" A delightful selection of fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos, harmoniously blended in an entirely new and exclusive way. The blend is based on our private formula the outcome of many years of experiment. And the final result has j'ustified the time and money spent. For certainfy, Chesterfields do satisfy." But don't take our word for iL Smoke a Chesterfield today und find out for yourself. The special,. Ilioisttirc-nrnn-- f nnnknifR . i K.ecPs uicstcrliclUs urm and fresh, always. O "sharps, -.- .-r ' CASTOR l A 30 Mr -- mn u Y.I &a&$fffi&li - ay Bonn ABEB HrK9HHNB llHHnBHI MBnfflEfKXmKL CrfffrM4ZAJ'cGt j FOR HALE ISO aoros of land 10 miles from Hartford, Ky., near Dundee, on tho M. If. & E. R. It., about 30 a. cleared and 20 v.. in Umber. Rough rlvor bottom land, black loam. For particulaiR call on or address W. H. RENFROW. 3011 Dundee, Ky. , Be sure your hens have a Egg-A-D- ay OFFICIAL CAM- - FOR RE1THIACAN CONVENTION In nccordauco with tho call and or warm nest of straw, good food mixed with Hen Tonic and clean water. Give your hens a chance and with eggs at seventy-fiv- e cents a dozen they will pay big dividends. For Sale by Gas In the stomach or bowels Is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of it quickly tako Herblno. It is a marvolous liver stimulant and bowl purifier. Price 60c. Sojd by Ohio County Drug m Company. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. der of tho Republican State Contral Committeo. issued Jan. 14', 1920, thej jccpuuncans oi unto uounty aro jioro-b- y called to moot 'in County Mass Convention nt the Court House in Hartford, Kentucky on Saturduy Fob, 2S, 1920, at ono o'clock. P. M., stnndiird. time, for tho purposo of olMtfli 33 delegates and a Ilka number of nltornate delegates to ropro- - Ohio Circuit Court. T. H. Wood, Plaintiff. vs. Notice of sale. 0. 13. Crowdor, Horton. Rosa Ehret, Defendant. Pursuant to a Judgment and order A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fords-Vlllof ealo of the Ohio Circuit Court entered at the Novembor 1919, term, C. C. King. Dundee. In the abovo styled action, directing, A. C. Loach, Roslno.'Ky. mo as commissioner of said court to. Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. soil tho hereinafter described real purposo of A. W. Midkiff, Narrows, If. No. 2. estate for tho M. Phllley paying tho Judgment of 1). in the su.ti L. C. Morton & Son, Contertown. of $800.00, with lnterost tliereo i nt Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. tho rate of 6 per cent par annum from March 23, 1911, until paid, togethor F. Ronfrow & CoJ( Narrows. with the cost of the above styled acWallaco & Porter, Cromwell. tion and tho cost of this sale, I will A. W. Willis, Hartford. offer for sale at public outcry "lo tho o. A y