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The Hartford republican: May 21, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920052101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 21, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Tine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. GOING TO CHICAGO? Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER 47 SUDDEN DEATH OF HON. H. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920. Baker, Hubert Greer, DolIIo Ford, Co- va Kirk, Hulett Barnes, Ronald Estes, Halite B. Allen, Nora Bell Wilson, Noble Clark, Otha Henry, Belva D. Ren frew, Samuel Miller, Cora Hagerman, Felosla Daniel, Mercedese Balrd, Allen Carter, Isabell Tlnsley, Kathrlno Williams, Ora Bellamy, Lucy Mattlng- ly, Leola Denton, Carney Evans, Ollto Cummlngs, Pauline Whlttler, Nola Arnold, Eugene Smith, Stella May Hartford, Paul Walker, Alvoy Oiler, Louise Turner, Mary I. Mason, Ersa Barnes, John Dean, Eula Bean, Pauline Williams, Myrtle Stinnett, Marga-get- e D. Clark, Bertram Neighbors, Martlne Sproule, Henry McDowell, Ada May Rhoads, Sarah Lee Hudson, Lillian Rhoads, Mary Byers, Mary Duke, Grace Neal and John Wester-flel- d. .k T 1 13,280 seats. This Is 1,045 moro HENDERSON MILLS than havo ever been available beforo. BRING $2,500,000 newsSecretary Henley, former comes from Indianapolis. THEN READ THIS paperman, Ho wns secretary of the Indiana State Commltteo In 1914 and Largest Textile I'lnnt In South Is Sold To New York Coinpnny, Which man to Will Hays, is right-han- d Will Mnko Tiro Fabric. .50,000 Beg Seats For The chairman of tho Republican National Committee. G. O. P. National It will cost moro than $150,000 in Convention Henderson, Ky May 15. By tho cash to stago tho convention exclusive of personal expenses of all thoso payment of $500,000 as first payment for the purchase of the Henderson participating. It will also cost a lot of heartaches, Cotton Mills all details of the transBy toward M. Thierry, Chicago, May 18 If tho Ropub- - shattored ambitions and several mtl- - fer of the largest textile plant south llcan national convention lasts a Hon dollars' worth of misspent numan of the Ohio River were closed today. Tho purchaser is the Consolidated weok something llko S3.000.000 will, energy, The 1916 convention cost $117,000. Textile Corporation, of New York. J)o spent feeding and housing those The II. C. L. hits conventions too, All stockholders holding 5,000 shafes who help to pick tho Republican nominee and thoso who watch tho so tho Chicago convention commltteo, transferred their stock at $300 on headed by Fred V. Upham, treasurer $100 par value and will get an extra big show. of the Republican national committee $6 on the share as unpaid dividend It Is estimated moro than 40,000 visitors will bo In Chicago during has set out to get subscriptions from for this year. Paul Marrs, who has been general convention week. At nn average of Chicago business men of moro than manager of the plant for thirty-liv- e 37 a day, hotel rooms will cost $300,-00- 0 $150,000 to pay 1920 expenses. "Big Items Include structural work years, retires on agreed salary. James dally. At half that much for meals, food bills will run about $150,-00- 0 of building seats In tho Coliseum, the E. Rankin, Sr president, will remain lighting system and decorating with with the company for one year, and dally. all other officials will be retained by Hotel men have established a clear- flags and bunting." The contract for dressing up the the corporation. It is understood the ing house for tho reservation of hotel rooms. Prices havo gone up from Coliseum for the nomination scramble plant will manufacture heavy fabrics SO to 200 per cent. There's no such cost $21,000 In 191G. This time It used in the manufacture of automothing as making reservations and comes to $49,000 nnd $10,000 more bile tires exclusively as soon as proper machinery Is Installed. The bal canceling at tho last minute. Con- for renting the building. ance purchase price of $2,000,000 will Music Prices Tripled. tracts havo been signed, convention visitors taking room from Sunday, Music calculated to keep up the pa- be paid before September ls.t June C, two days before the circus triotic pitch among delegates and opens. They are entitled to hold tired-eye- d spectators cost $1,800 In CENTRAL PARK HIGH SCHOOL them until Juno 13, or longer, it the 1916. Now musicians get three times CLOSES WITH MUCH. SUCCESS convention drags into a second week. as much. It will cost $5,800 to keep Suits that ordinarily rent for $25 Bandmaster Armln F. Hand and his The 1919-2- 0 Session of the Central a day are contracted for at $40 and forty tune Jugglers going full speed Park Graded nnd Hlgh.School camo to more. Averngo rates In downtown at tho June convention. a close after a most successful year. hotels for $4 and $5 rooms and both Printing costs more. Also tickets, Much trouble was experienced by give way to convention prices of $13 badges, posters. Expert stenographers reason of the lack of ample school and $14 a day for two persons. who will tako down the plethora of books, but the faculty as a whole "All hotel rooms for convention words ground out by speakers will gave Itself unreservedly to the general Improvement of all the pupils. week are rented on tho basis of two j g0 ngn pajr. occupants,' said George E. Wolf, chief The same corps of teachers has National While the Republican of the hotel bureau. "This is to pro-ve- Convention three-rin- g circus is on, been elected for the ensuing year, congestion by room hogs. If one the Coliseum will be almost a city In with only two exceptions, and thoso person insists upon having a room Itself, You'll bo able to buy almost two were not applicants. The closing exercises began on to himself ho can havo It by everything you want to eat or drink build- Sunday morning. May 9, at the High rates." except hard liquor in the the Rev, Mr. School Auditorium, Tho convention hotel bureau has ing. listed 32S hotels and 200 upiuimo'it in history a Booker, of tho Baptist Church' deFor tho first time houses to accommodate convention presidential nominee will be packed livering the baccalaureate address. Tuesday afternoon Miss Elsie May In addition odf- will bo in- without the aid of a bar and bartendvisitors. Wise gave a very Interesting program. serted in newspapers for rooms in ers. On Wednesday private houses. A water company has been given a All did splendidly. Anybody coming to Chicago for tho contract to set up nice, ley water cool- evening at 8 o'clock the 'Class Nlghf who hasn't got h ers several hundred of them along program was rendered together with big political clr-ju- s room nailed duvn already will bo out tho walls of the Coliseum. Water will the awarding of tho certificate of proof luck. All downtown hotoh are be free. The drink contractor Is fig- motion to the 13 who successfully hocontracted for nd uring on supplying many thousands of passed Into High School. Mr. F. L. tels are filling rapidly. gallons of cool, nonalcoholic water. Stewart made a very Instructive and Wealthy visitors will bo shaken There will be a private lunch room Interesting address to the Class. The High School program for the down for all tho traffic will stand for members of the national commitif they Insist upon lavish comfort nnd tee. Another, In the basement, for week came to a close Thursday evenprivacy. Tho bureau has listed tho press. And outside will be hun- ing. Tho auditorium was filled, the jscoros of people willing tc- rent for dreds of lunch stands erec.ed by con- decorations were delightfully appropriate and the four young graduates from four days to a week entire cession. were filled with the spirit of the ochouses and apartments In tho excluA Coliseum postofflco will be sive "Gold Coast" section. Thoy want There will be a hospital casion. Dr. Shull. of K. S. U., gave In tho short time n more $200 to $2,000 a week. This for those overcome by natural and the class address. includes everything, even servants heat. Also many loung- he spoke he presented mnny of the oratorical everything except tho key to tho ing rooms. A prlvato telephone sys- greatest topics of the day, as only a wlno collar. tem will connect the chairman of man with a trained mind and broad tho vision could do. with every state delegation 50,000 Wnut Scats. The week's exercises and tho school speakers' stand and tho press section. Fifty thousand applications for The convention is to be "human- term were brought to a close Friday have already seats nt tho convention "of an electric score- afternoon with tho Primary grades' come in to J.. W. Henley, secretary ora ized" by means The arrangements committee. Hen- board and a phonograph urrangomont program, under Mrs. Rowan. tho exso everybody will know what's going little fellows did more than was ley has been beseeched, cajoled, kidall the pected of them and thus wo were shooting oft ded and threatened into promises of on and who's moved with a pride and love of Ce.i rlngsldo positions. And beforo ho U tlmo. tral Park High School. through ho will be blessed and curs.1. J. THUMAN NARROWLY ed because ATTENTION MASTER MASONS! FATAL. INJURY ESCAPES There will bo only about 10,000 seats for tho curious public when tho There will be a special session of Mr. James J. Truman, of Narrows, big meet opens June 8. Henley's llt-tl- o & A. M.. camo near receiving Injuries last Cromwell Lodge. No. 692 F. Job Is to divide 50,000 into 10,000. most cases Tuesday night May 25, for the pur In Ho Is organizing a forcoof 200 Wednesday, which Mr. pose of conferring the M. M. degree. doorkeepers, composed mostly of men might have proven more serious. a circular Bro. T. J. Adams, Superintendent of used to 'holding tho lino.' They aro Truman was sharpening saw at a mill near Narrows, being In tho Masonic W. & O. Home will be close contact with the saw, when tho present, nnd confer tho degree. "No moro politically appointed Members of sister lodges aro corrushing their friends engineer, not knowing that he wns on the power, start- dially Invited to attend. into nn already packed house, says doing so, turned badly lacerated a ing the saw which Henley. . HOSINE. doughboys will be limb, ripping tho flesh open at a Four stalwart depth of two Inches and seven inches on guard nt each of the flfteon doors Mr. Fred Balzo made a business entirely to the Coliseum. Seat holders will long, throwing Mr. Trunin been re- trip to Louisville Thursday, returning Had the saw over the saw. Lo armed with badges and tickets. Saturday. Nobody enters without both. They volving nt a rapid rate It would have Mr. Willie Allen and family visit severed tho leg and In all probability will not bo disturbed until the last ed his mother and sister, Mrs. Annie been even worse. .minute, to prevent forgery. Earp, Sunday. National committee tickets are all Mr. William Comba will have a RAGLAND DEAD. MRS. located according to delegate reprechicken car here Friday and will pay decorresponding sentation, with for poultry. Messrs. Mrs. Magglo Ragland, widow of good prices creases and increases according to pay the Chicago M. S. Ragland, died at her home In Baize and McQuady will also slzo of states, distance from early Monday morning same. and "loyalty to Republican stand- East View, Mrs. Mose Ragland died at her aftor an Illness of considerable duraards." home at East View, Monday. Funeral "States that have strayed from the tion. Burial of the remains took place services were held at tho Methodist straight and narrow path of Repubat 3 church at 4 o'clock P. M., conducted licanism win be penalized In ticket at Roslne, Monday afternoon o'clock; in the prosenco of a large by nev. Fuqua. The remains wera says Henley. distribution," laid to rest at Roslne. Chicago gets 3,000 tickets in ex- gathering of friends and relatives. Sunday School each Sunday at the Mrs. Ragland's deceased husband coughing up tho money to change for Clerk of the Ohio Methodist Church at 9:30 A. M., and stage the convention. On a pro rata was formerly M. County Court for a period of eight at tho Baptist Church at 2:30 P. basis, a $50 contribution to tho time they mado Wo hope the people will become more entitles tho donor to ono seat. years, during which detheir home here, where they have Interested, the life of tho schools 13,280 Scuta Available, pend upon It. The Coliseum will havo a total of J many friends. an i nt pay-doub- lo g con-wontl- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) Tho busy life hurries most as It closer approaches its sunset. Intensive attention to one slnglo purpose of will work miracles achievement. The world of men and women is a P. TAYLOR For Many Years Leading Lawyer of Western Kentucky fitter college than the schools, only the course Is so long few may live to complete it. Reading people, I would not pick In a thousand for my wife's second husband, nor more than one woman In a hundred for a pas r. sable out one man step-mothe- I find a strange pleasure in standing on a busy street corner and reading the faces of the shuttling throng. Expression, carriage, dress, expose one's biography to the close observer. About two per cent are worth while and the rest are useful to feed the profiteers; fill up the show houses and cbntrlbute to the collectors of funds to feed the starving gold fish. Is always something ton g to me about the relation of mother and babe," remarked j man to mo today as we were passing a young matron leading her pretty tot. "Ev erybody respects It," he went on, "and a wonlan on this street, at midnight, leading a child, would be free from the, approaches of the boldest libertine." Had you thought of that before? "There 'h-ln- "Tho Lord did not go to the palaces of the rich nor to the halls of state to choose his apostles, but to the ignorant fisherman of Galilee," said the minister Sunday, and I nudged the madam with my elbow and whispered, "If the Lord went hunting for apostles now, he'd go straight to the mouth of Grassy." Just to be agreeable some folks will bo Bgreeab.!er I met one at a show ' the other night. The film showed a mammoth whale washed up on the coast, being burned for riddance. Great clouds of dense smoke were pouring skyward, and I re marked to a lady in the next seat. "Isn't the stench of a burning whale sickening?" It Is simply awful," she replied, placing her handkerchief to f. her nose In self-relie- ago to see the famous De Wolf Hop- ner. As a wild wolf, De Wolf is no I went to Macauloy's a few nights doubt some wolf, but he was tamo that night, Just like his less kingly cousins. The smallness of the third night aucllence confirmed my conviction of the tameness of the wolf, and I'd haVe demanded a refund at the box office If I hadn't gone In on a pass. I paid my first visit to the races at ChuVchhill Downs, a few days ago. minute? and Ptnyed Just forty-fiv- e But In .so brief a by thewatoh. time Pmude a number of discoveries One was. if you don't bet you don't want to. be .there. I didn't know ono horse .from another, and didn t car a peanut which won. I also dlsco-ere- d that women aro more frenzied gamblers than men. The Lord pity them,! Another discovery was that per cent of tho crowd seventy-fiv- e 'away from Louisville. New York, Detroit, New Orleans, St Louis and C.hlcago. were there, white nnd black. Sports and thieves and harlots in groat numbers wero thero. Shame on Kentucky that it Is one of the three states in the Union that Invites the scum of tho earth within Its borders, by" legalizing gambling. Hon. H. P. Taylor died at his residence in Hartford at 3 o'clock A. M.r Monday May 17, 1920, aftor an Ill ness of a few hours duration, of double pneumonia. Mr. Taylor had been In feeble health for several months. The sudden death of his wife last Do- cember wns a great shock to him from which he never fully recovered. Though his health had been greatly BEAVER DAM. Impaired for quite a while, he had Mr. J. H. Barnes was in Hartford pursued the practice of law In tho Courts of the County, having during Monday, od business. Mr. George Wright, of Louisville, the recent term of the Ohio Circuit Court regularly attended Its seswas in town Friday, on business. Miss Norma Ross, of Centertown, sions and engaged In a number o visited friends and relatives In town, trials. Mr. Taylor was born on July 9th, Alice Edmonds, this week. Mr. Whlttler Rodgers left Monday 1859, 'and was the son of Dr. Henrjr for Pikesvllle, Ky., where he has ac- Plrtle Taylor and the grandson of Hon. Harrison D. Taylor, who dur cepted a position. Tho PnTnmonppmpnf OTPrMqpa nf ing his lifetime was one of the leading y. K. S., closed last Friday evening lawyers of the local Bar. Mr. Taylor was admitted to the Hartford JJar as Thirteen received diplomas. Miss Wallana Vinson, of Center-tow- a practicing' Attorney, on May 30, guest of 1881, and soon became prominent In was the week-en- d his chosen profession. He had be'en, Misses Irone and Audra Rhoads. Miss Isabell Featherston, of Ar local Counsel for the Illlrfols Central lington, Ky is visiting her sister. Railroad Company tor the.past tYen-ty-fl- ve years, by whom he was held. Mrs. E. E. Tartar, here, this week. Mr. Robert Wade and Ivan Harrl. In the highest esteem, as an abje and who have been attending school here, painstaking Lawyer. Mr. Taylor was married to Miss returned to their homes In the mounMary Pendleton, daughter of Dr. J. tains, Monday. Miss Nora Jackson, ' the music E. Pendleton, October 22, 1884. Two teacher, and her little sister, Sarah children were born to them, Mrs. Lee, returned tb their home In Clin- Woolfoik Barrow,, of Lexington, Ky., ton, Ky., tills week. and Mr.' John P. Taylor, ot Hartford, Prof. H. E. Taylor, of Waynesboro, Ky. Miss., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr. Taylor was a Democrat in poliMrs. R. S. Taylor and his sister Miss tics, though he was always conservaAlice Edmonds, this week. tive and never sought nor held of- -i Mrs. Mate Hunley and daughter, flee. Ho was chosen a delegate to Ruth, who have been In Detroit, the National Democratic Convention Michigan, for some time, returned to at Denver, Colorado, In 1908. During the World War he was very their home here Sunday. Mrs. Charles Williams and little active In hl3 support of all patriotic son, Avho have been visiting Mrs. movements, and served as Chairman Florence Alford, have returned to of tho Speakers Bureau in the Liberty Loan Campaigns. their home, at Cynthia, Ky. Mrs. Luther W. Clark, of Knox- The funeral was conducted at tho vllle, Tenn., and Mrs. Oscar Flen- - residence at 10 a. ra., Tuesday, after er, of Hopklnsvllle, Ky., are visiting which the remains were interred by their mother, Mrs. A. B. Gardner. the side of his wife In Oakwood cemeMr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor and Mr. tery, In the presence of an immense and Mrs. J. R. Williams have return congregation of mourning friends. . ed from a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Lalllnger, of Louisville'. METHODIST MEETING .TODAY Last Monday evening the young ladles Senior Class of Beaver Dam There will be a meeting at the M. E. Church, accompanied by their Methodist Church Friday afternoon teacher, Mrs. T. Vinson, gave a sur- at 2:30, and at 8 P. M., to discuss tho World Movement." prise shower to Miss Carrie Miller, "Inter-Churc- h who Is to be. marled in June. Miss Dr. Stockbrldge, ot Louisville, will Miller received several nice presents, be In charge. which were presented by Mrs. Vinson. Every one is corlally Invited to attend. Miss Bonnie Sosh Is spending this MARRIAGE PERMITS. week with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin n, P. S. If a tobacco man In Louisville should run against Tom Swoatt for president I'd be In n h 1 of a fix. Ha gave me ten pounds of to- TJacco, and told me when that was gone to come back. I don't think Tom has any more. CISS OF 57 PASS COM- MON SCHOOL EXAMINATION 57 hoys and girls passed the Examinations held at Fordsville, Beaver Dam and Hartford last Friday, and Saturday, all making good grades the highest of which was 91 mado by Miss Mary Byers. Following is a list ot the graduates: William Burton, Claudia Allen, Ma. ry Foreman, Mary Roach, Ruth'Ste-ven- s, n Gineva Mlnton, Ida Shultz, D. TIchenor, Georgle Smith, e-Burton, Opal Stewart, Lucille 1, Er-toLucill- J. H. Keown, 31, Fordsville, to baby girl arrived yester- Grace Perry, 23, Fordsville. A wee P. M. Heath, 52, Horse Branch, day at tho home ot Rev. and Mrs. D. Stevens, with whom she is to Hattlo Elmas, 32, Horse Branch. Chester Bradley Sutton. 23, Reynolds, to to live. Ormo Blckett, 16, Reynolds. Miss Martha Stevomon, of La CenOAK GROVE. tre. Ky.. has been elected teacher of Latin and Mathematics, of Hartford Mr. Netter Gllstrap, of Select mado High School, Instead of Miss Leila Glenn, as Miss Glenn could not accipi a "flying trip" to Sam James Satur day. the call. Mr. Henry White, of Flint Springs, Miss Amelia Barnett, left Monday has about bought up all tho young for Mt. Vernon, Ky., where she is calves around here. Mr. Iben Martin, ot Prentiss, spent visiting her sister,' Miss Norlne, who Mr. has been teaching in the school there. Sunday with his' grand-parenAs soon as Commencement exercises and Mrs. Charlie Miller. Messrs Charlie Stevens and Clar are over they will return to their ence RIcheson, are operating a saw home here. mill In our neighborhood. We met our old friend, A. H. Ste Mr. L. W. Hunter and wife, of Fordsville, and daughter, Mrs. Leo wart, while In Hartford the other day. Land, of Oklahoma CityOkla., wero He looks like the same old cat. Mr. Roy Stewart and wife, ot Beatho guests of Mr. and Mr. S. A. Leo, ot Sunnydale, last Tuesday night. ver Dam, visited Mr. Stewart's father, They returned to Fordsvlllo Wednes- Mr. J. H. Stewart, of Select, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Smith, and Mr. day morning. and Mrs. Lee Ranney wero guests of Misses Nina and Dayton Clark, of Mr. and .Mrs. Wlnson Smith, Sunday. Rockporl, spent the week end here, Estll Martin Is preparing to build with their brother Webber,. and their a new dwelling house; He said he grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M had been living out doors long McDowell, while taking tho common enough The Masonic Lodge of Cromwell Is school examination. expecting Jok Massalb3 and Supt. Mrs. I. K. Westerfleld, ot Nocreek, Adams to be with them on the night fell on a porch at her homo, Sunday of the 25th. Guy Ranney has returned from his mornlng.breaklng a small bone In her leg, near the ankle. Dr. Gordon, of trapping tour on Gooso Creek with 1.1a nt.ll hdtllir AV. Pleasant Ridge, set tho bone, and t.... II. .1. M..AAna '' she s reported to bo doing nicely. en bull frogs. ts Parks, of Hartford, R. 2. Taylor, Slade, bldg. brdge. . 17.50 Caseblcr, J F., cofun , 11.00 TIchenor, Cecil, labor etc., . 7.50 Carson & Co., mdse. Alms Taylor, Carl M,. samo 99.70 Houso 73.10 TIchenor, Worth, serv. Jailor 58.70 Clark, ,W. A., nails etc 1.00 Ward, D. E., listing dogs... 22S.C0 Dennis, Clarence, tnx superviE. P. Barnard, olcctlon officer 2.00 sors 13.50 Ellis, S. H., samo 2.00 Duff, R. C, repairs etc 5.00 2.00 Daugherty, W. C, committee. P. Keown, same Cal 6.00 per diem B. S., samo Ellis, 2.00 Same, 9.00 00 Duke, E. F., nails County, Kontucky, showing Biimmnry of Barnett, A. M., same 2.08 JPHnnnclal statement of Ohio 2.00 iDuncan, J. M.. bldg. brldco . . 22.20 Howard, E. S., samo jwwiiflpts and disbursements, together with Itlnilzed list of claims nllowed Caseblcr, J. P., samo 2.00 Dean, W. S., expenses 24.99 flroni January 1st, 1019 to January 1st, 1920: 2.00 Same, per diem Barnett, S. T same 6.00 SO Dortch, W. E., lumber 2. , 8.00 4.00 Tlnsley, O. R., samo Mat nt nininiB nllowed hv tho Ohio Kin, Ellis, labor 2.S0 Same, repr. bridge 8. CO 2.G0 Bennett, E. L samo County Fiscal Court during the year, Lanltford, Will, hauling etc. 2.00 Dortch, J, B., lumber etc... 40.20 Logsdon, John, brldgo sills ,. 3.70 Shown, C. B., same 1919. 2.00 Ellis, W. E. &Bro tllpo. .. 54.70 I Leisure, 29.70 Plrtle, II. R., same Ethol, labor .Ashley, Dennis, team on 3.60 Fordsvillo Planing Mill Co,, James T. Davis, samo $ 12.84 Murphy Brother Co., building road 3.C0 Window glass 5.35 644.70 Lee, W. O., same bridge etc G.20J .Alford, P. H., pauper's mdse. 2.00 Fair & Co., comforts Jail . . . 10.40 Baker, 8.00 Mitchell,Tlce, Esame Miller. It. E.. 8 brldco sills . . Uank of Hartford, int. on samo 2.00 Ford, J. W., rent J. 139.70 120.00 Marlow. Harvey, bide, bridge 10.00 on money 4.40 Ford, Dr. E. W., Ex. lunacy. W., same 3.00 60.00 Muffett, J.A., same JSasno, for funding bonds etc. 510.00 iMurph, J. It., lumber 4.40 Farm Agent, Salary Taul, W. 600.00 6.00 Medcalf, T. II., same Samo, cash paid for road bed. 100.00 I Marlow, L,., team 2.00 Greer, J. A., tax Supervisor. . 13.50 6.45 iMnrlow, Wilbur, samo 24.00 Brown, C. P., bal. on lbr.. . . 97.0S 2.00 Hoover, G. W., lumber P., same Bellamy, v. U., team on roau vj.iv Marshall, w. H lumber etc. . iu.70 Miller, Lee L samo 3.90 Hnrdester, Tom, hauling otc. 49.70 4.4U .Mldklff. W. P.. lumber 10.62 Stevens, S. Bairard. E.. work on groder 3.90 Hartford Printing Co., Print574.70 Cooper, Ike, same . . . . . . "Doatty, Henry, bridge lbr.. .. 5S.83 Same, road bed ing etc 2.00 155.62 2.50 Stowart, R. C, samo Bellamy, E. team, labor etc. 59.25 Martin, Mack, repairing brdg. 2.00 Same, Advertising etc 223.60 4.00 Taylor, Sherman, samo It. D bridge lbr. . . 76.57 Nabors, Sylvester, samo . . . Bartlett, 4.50 Hawkins, A. M.. road bed . . . 9.70 6.00 Moore, J. l., 'same Baltzell, D. S. 496 ft.brdg.sllls 17.36 Owen, W. A., bridge sills... samo 4.50 Hartford Herald, advertising 100.00 C, dragging road . 17.95 Ohio Co. Drug Co., drugs etc. 62.83 Harrell, W. J.O,.N., samo Balnl, E. 2.00 Hnrt, Althea, board etc Berryman, 12.00 Parks, Marvin, road bed . . . 20.00 Taylor, H. L., same Black & BIrkhead, 2 shrouds 2.00 Hoskln, Floyd, labor 15.00 , 21.00 Parks, Marvin, hauling etc. 2.00 etc 4.00 Hoover, F. M., nails otc 41.99 Carter, J. T., Patton, J. T., teams etc. . . . 19.25 Fulkorson, S. L., same UaJzc, W. H., mdse for Alm3 4.00 Her, J. C, nails samo 3.00 28.40 Plummer. J. H., cash pd. for house Kirk, A. D offlco rent a., same 2.00 49.70 3 50 Harden, L. survey ,' TBlnnkenshlp, W. C, services Keown, Nathan, fixing brldgo 2.00 2.00 355.52 Ross, Jutt, hauling etc 6.25 Woodburn, E. C, samo as Clerk 4.00 Llndloy, Homer, hauling etc. 1.00 9.00 Rice, G. E., labor etc 9.00 Maddox, W. A., samo i. Same, Per Diem . , 4.00 Leach, C. T., dragging 16.00 9.00 Clarke, J. I., same Rusher, Homer, labor Samo, cost J. Y. Hagorman 2.00 Ladles' Rest Room, donation. 110.00 S. C, same 18.-- 5 Rice, A. W., team on road.. 10.00 Hunter, S. O., same road Lankford, Will, arresting etc 10.00 10.00 Maplo, Roberts, It. J., same Burden, Walter, arresting and 4.40 LIndley, Nat, Tax Supervi6.50 .Roberts, O. H team on road 18.00 Finley, E. B., same conveying prisoners sors 4.40 13.50 Keown, N. II., samo 24.00 Langford, W. I., same . t . . . . Rice, E. F., same Bralcher, S. A., services as 2.00 Muffett, J. V labor 39.65 206.05 Rice Forrest, same 24.00 sheriff 2.00 Montgomery Bros., samo . . . 15.40 16.00 Ranney C. W.GElection officer Rusher, Robert, samo ajeavcr Dam Pig. Co., bldg. 4.40 Moore, J. L labor etc samo 58.81 206.30 Rice, Floyd, same 24.00 Chrlstion, J. samo .Material for Jail 4.40 Same, Tax Supervisor 13.50 6.00 Ralph, Dudley, hauling 9.S7 Geary, V. C Bean, Ollle, plowing on road. 2.00 Moseley, D. D., building B., samo 4.50 Crowder, M. R., same Renfrow, Carl, samo Bartlett, R. D., lbr. & blldg. bridge 2.00 29.70 2.00 Hoover, W. Roachy, S ties Bridge 3.95 Maxey, C. I., Tax. Sup 13.50 o.uu Roberts. Frank, arresting etc Q. B., l uay com 4.26 Crowder, H. T., same Brown. 3.95 Matthews, V. A., samo 13.50 Ragland, T. A., same Rhoads, Butler, bldg. brdge.. 24.70 Taylor, Truman, same Same, Ped Diem 2.00 McQuary, T. E. brdg. sills . . . 4.00 Rhoads, B. C., committee. . . 15.00 Bratchcr, S. A., cost In J. Y. 2.00 Oglesby. W. R., labor 4.00 9.00 Schroader, M. C sara .e. Hagorman road Same, Per Diem 2. SO Porter, L. L same 9.00 same 200.03 Park, J. A. C,samo . Rhoads, D. A., lumber Barnard. E. P., Coni'r. Hager- 2.S0 Pendleton, Dr. E. B., Ex. lu3. 00 Rice, B. F., committee 15.00 Smith, Ellis, samo .. road . . . man nacy 2.00 12.00 Will, 9.00 Same, Per Diem 9.00 Chick D. B samo . . Black, Frank, same 2.00 Park, Clint, labor 5.00 25.00 Rowe, G. W., Committee M., road bed 6.00 Ueid, Baughn, T. 2. SO Phipps, J. R., dragging.... 36.20 9.00 Smith, W. J., samo . .. labor on Same, Per Diem Bennett, Rupert, 2. SO Roberts, A. M. lumber 33.92 P., same Coleman, .bridge Stewart Iron Wks. Co., cells 1577.00 .TIchenor, R. A., same 2.00 Rhoads, Butler, Jr., labor . . . 4.00 J. a on 850.00 oniu, u oiijo c...i iu i salary "Cook, Mack, 2.00 2.00 Rhoads, Cecil, same Stevens, S. L., same salary.. 125.00 Stewart, VIrge, work 36.55 County Physician, 3.00 Romans, M. D., nails etc. . . . 44.40 Nelson, Ed., samo 9.0.0 Stroude, Eugene, lbr., rc. J., brldce sills 9.15 nhriaHfiti. 3.00 Rhoads, Wayno, twice listed same 18.00 Espy, Dan, M., samo . . Carson, U. S., dynamite etc . . 20.25 Spencer, Bud, team property 2.50 2.00 Smith, A. 34.00 Smith, J. W., samo 39.70 CrJag, C. A., team on road.. 2.00 Rico, B. F expenses St. R. C, 24.99 James, Sam, samo . . 10.00 Shown, Lon, storing tools . . . 3.00 Cooper, Arch, bldg. bridge. 12.00 .. 3.15 Same, Committee Ross, 9.56 Southard, J. P., labor IS. 50 Rowe, Alvln, same . . Chuck, J. P., bridge sills 9.00 3.15 Same, per diem same 22.00 Southard, H. J., team 10.00 Brown, G. W., same . . . Coreon & Co., cement . 5.45 2.00 Renfrow, A. R. & Co., nails. 20.00 inishnn. W. E same . . Smuo. mdse. for A. house. . . 27.13 Smith, Logan, labor 2.00 Riley, Dr. A. B., Ex lunacy. . 29.70 O. At., 9.45 Dr. J. L. Smith, ... 3.00 Addington, Ray, samo . Carson, U, S., work on Jail etc 3.90 Riley, R. R., Insurance pollcy6S.20 25 Smith, Chaa., ser. A. House .ame, dynamite etc 3.90 Richardson, Sam, Del. B. B. 17.50 France, A. L., same . 24.00 Keeper 447. 5S Morton, Ross, seame . . tCiirtls, Alex, livery 12.00 2.00 Rhoads, B. C, commltteo... 9.00 Same, burying pauper , 5.00 Boone, Fred, same iSanie, samo 9.00 2.00 Same, per diem 22.50 Shown, Wilson, livery 15.60 Marlowe, L., same . . . . 'Cooper Coal Co., coal 12.00 5.20 Rowe, G. W., committee 12.00 Casobier, J. F., dynamite etc 74.50 Stevens, Sam L., Committee 9.00 5.20 Same, per diem n An omuu, i. it ., aumo . . Chapman, H. H., labor etc . . . 14.00 Same, per diem 7.32 2.00 Robertson, P. R. & Co., lbr.. . o, Miller, Willie, samo ... 7.00 Southard, J. B., lumber . . Combs, W. M., lumber 9. S3 2.00 Shown, Ernest, sills aUIIICI, Luas., ouiuu 32.47 Matthews, V. A., same . Scott, O. E., bldg. bridge Concord School House, road 1.00 5.20 Smith. A. C. nails 5.00 Shown, Ed., per diem . . 6.00 bed 149.70 5.20 Shown, Virg. lbr., Ford, W. P., same . 45.80 Neal, R. O., same '.Cnnty Health Officer, salary 229.17 Taylor, J. W., lumber . . . 6.00 2.00 Stevens, Sam L., commltteo. 6.00 TIchenor, S. W., same Daaigherty, W. C, committee 55.77 Cheek, J. P., samo . . 9.00 2.00 Samo, per diem 9.00 TIchenor, Alvls, hauling ,. 6.00 Haynes, Dlam Same, Per 3.00 5.60 Sandefur, Jas lbr H., same . . 25.40 Boarman, W. Durham, S. L., hauling etc.. 44.70 TIchenor, S. W., same etc 2.00 5.60 Stevens, L. A., hauling etc. . . same . , Charles, material etc 20.00 TIchenor, Worth, serv. Jailor. 116.57 Reynolds, Chas., same . . Duncan, 2.00 Smith, Mrs. Chas, expenses. . 14.40 F. M., 5.00 Thomas Urns, nails etc.... 11.65 blasting rock.. Decker, S., 15.00 2.00 Scott, Aaron, sills H., same . . 21.00 Taylor, Thurman, hauling . . . 2.50 Phillips, W. samo Dean, W. S., committee 554.32 6.00 Smith, Chas,. services Keene, W. C, u.uu . Taylor, F., same 4.00 Payne, S. M same Same, Per Diem 29.70 G.00 Stinnett Margaret, road bed. 10.00 Duff, O. W.; same . . . Eskridge, E., bridge sills . . . Volls, Levi, sills 2.00 Stewart Iron Works Co., mat"JU Wplla Wilbur. .. ZV.VU "EmhBrton, J. B labor etc.. tinm 31.70 tresses samo ;; 2.00 Davison, 70 !Vp,l,llnir. fi. TCiHs. W. E. & Bro.. crass seed 1.00 Daniel, T.Chas., samo . . . nails 2.00 V 5.20 Stevens, Leslie, hauling prls.. 20.00 Wiggins, W. C, Kmbry, J. T., labor 9.00 5.20 Shown, Ed., per diem Ford, Carl, same pau- 5.65 Stevens, W. H., same . . Ford, W. J., waiting on 2.00 Sandefur, W. F tax. Sup . . . 13.50 15. 6o Westerfield, Herbert, labor . . 1.91 jseT 5.05 2.00 Thomas Bros., mdse. Jail etc. Patterson, M. S., same 28.70 Westerfleld, Rolley, same... 5.S5 Blair, W. B "Taught, G. W., lumber 5.50 samo . . 3.60 Samo, locks 2.75 Bell, A. T., same ' Farmers' Union M. Assln., Whittaker, S. L., same 3.60 (Continued on 2rd page) 6.15 Wallace, Kerry, hauling 4.50 Vumher 2.00 C. 31.50 Wlllett, Emmltt, lumber. . , 164.70 Hudson. O. D., samo . . . Fuqua, Tabb., samo Magan, 2.00 C, samo 14.10 Whittaker, Jess, hauling . . . 4.00 Davis, Suggestion for n CanipiiiKTrip. Foreman, Clarence, samo 3.90 H., samo . . . 9.25 Wooater, R. M grading 30.00 Mosley, J. Ira, samo . . . Parmer, Dave, hauling etc Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's 3.90 99.70 Warden, Dr. W. M., ex lunacy 3.00 wntfirRnn. L. D.. lumber same 2.00 Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy beforo 16.80 Wilson, Jno. B., surveying. . 13.00 Bartlett, D. B.,same . .. .. Ferguson, V. R., same 2.00 leaving home. As a rule It cannot bo , Wolls, Owen, 90.07 Same, same 23.50 Rowan, G. C, same Pink, samo "Ventress, 3.40 obtained when on a hunting, flshin ( 6.00 Maggie, Interest... 27.00 Same, Commissioner Griffin, 3.40 7.00 Same, Engineer fiillesple Bros., blacksmlthing 2.00 or prospecting trip. Neither can It Farmer. T. F samo . . 1.50 Heflin, W. B., same 1?'J2 Same, expense 'jane, same 2.00 bo obtained while on board tho cars 4.00 Wilson, Jno. A., helper Gray Sherman, hauling etc., . 3. SO or steamships and at such times and I Helsey, D. R., same 2S.10 Williams, J. D plow etc. . . . Co., printing. . Hartford Prt. SO Kmlmol, L. A., samo places it Is most likely to be needed. 5.00 Barnard, John, samo Hoagland, Dennis, hauling etc 40.70 Wilson, Jno. B., atty 2.00 1000.00 York. J. B., lbr. etc Univnnl. E. S.. salary 2.00 Tho best way is to havo It with John H., same .. same Brown, C. m Hunter. C. 0 same 202? Brown, Jno.P..B., hauling etc.,. . 67.52 ' Tichenori A. B samo 3.90 you. 22.00 j Heath, P. M., building levee. 13! Render, Iris, same 3.90 . 14.00 Bean, Ollle, labor 4.00 Hill, T. A., samo "Hrmes, Tom, road bed etc. . 2.00 9.00 Bartlett, Estill, hauling . . . I 16.00 Nail, J. N., samo Heflin. It. L., cutting logs etc 2.00 How's This? 3.00 Cox, O. C, bldg. bridge... 10.00 Willis, O. P.. samo '"Hnflln, C. B., samo 4.40 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward 1.10 Davis, J. H., lbr., etc., 39.95 Thomas, J. W same 'Hoynes, W. II., nails 4.40 for any case of Catarrh that cannot be , 16.00 Westerfleld, Guyman, samo . Hoover, James, hauling lbr. 33.15 Davis, Arthur, hauling etc., 2.00 cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. .90 Daugherty. W. C. committee 3.00 Carter, C. C, samo . '. Hoover, Alfred, labor otc. . . 2.00 Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken .Daugherty. Willie, hauling . 3.00 Greer, J. A., samo Helton, J. H., hauling 4.50 by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-flv- q 6.00 Howard, W. F., samo Got f, Jim, labor Hockor, J. A., straw for A. 4.50 most years, and has become known as the reliable remedy 3.85 iiuu. uiouung uo., muse, lor House 2.00 Catarrh Medicine acts(or Catarrh. Hall's Cambion, Cicero, same thru the Blood on 16.62 28.05 Moseley, Delbort, same Alms House Helim, W. M., lumber 2.00 the Mucous surfaces, expelling the n 4S.05 Same, mdse, for Jail Howard. E. M., same 3.80 7.50 French, W. H., samo from the Blood and healing the dis- - I I1 I 5.00 mafrttl1n Plimitlnnl ( r road bed Hnlhronk. R.. 3.80 eased portions. 31.90 Dennis, T. C, same Hnmlilo. R. A., bridge etc After you have taken Hall's Catarrh 2.0O 20"I? Minor, Jno., tracing plan... 21.25 Scott, O. E., same Hor, J. C nails etc 2.00 Medicine for a short time you will see a w. K., team 8.00 McMellan, G. T same In your general Kreat Improvement 191 Newton, Bob, lumber .lonus, Clifton, labor etc 6.00 health. Start taklnc Hall's Catarrh Medi12.50 Burdetto, O. T samo Pharris, 850.00 Porter, Ola., labor at once and Kirk. A. D.. Salary 6.00 cine testimonials, get rid of catarrh. Send 9.20 Taylor, C. E samo Kincholoe, E. W., cutting logs Rough River lumber co., saw2.00 for J. CHENRV free. Biirdett, G. M., same & CO., Toledo, Ohio. F. 3.00 otc 2.0O ing 31.40 Miller, Virgil, samo Sold by all Druggists, 75c. S.00 Keown, N. H., labor etc 5.40 Evans, S. W samo 6.00 Rowe. G. W., committee.... 5.40 Rhoads, B. C, samo 3.00 Bratchcr, Chas., same 2.00 Riley, R. R Ins., on C. H.. . 416.80 Swift, C. S same 2.00 TIchenor, W., serv. as Jailer 27.55 Arnold, C. W., same 2.80 TIchenor, Worth, salary.... 720.00 Harden, E. M., samo 2.80 Tichonor, Worth, committee . 20.00 Bennett, L. C, samo 2.00 5.50 Park, D. M., same Withers. J . G sills 2.00 Bennett, Letcher, hauling . . , 5.00 James, Joe, samo I ask tho patronago of tho 3.50 Brown, Q. B., samo Beavor Dam Coal Co., maaons of Hartford and tho 3.50 13.55 Southard, J. E., samo terial etc nubile In general for the following 2.00 Brown, C. M., samo Beaver Dam Pig. Mill Co., reasons: 2.00 J. L., same sash, etc 9.55 Southard. D. & Co., ropairs Adams, J. During tho past 3 years I havo Baize, W. H fencing 29.97 I on Grader 5.00 tried to servo you well and havo Blankeuship, W. C, settling with Sheriff lands regular trlp3 betweou Hartford 25.00 'Ashley, Dennis, dragging road 33.20 Waltor, arresting 9,00 Burden, anui Beaver Dam, rain or shine, sum- Samo, per diem Ji 5.35 Stant Stone Brown, Q. D., same 9.00 You can't help mer and winter, good roads and bad. Bratchcr, S. A., ser. 18.00 sheriff. . 59.10 Brown, Q. B., commltteo Others havo not mado regular Daughorty, W. C, per diem . taking a greater 6.00 9.00 Samo, Per Diem Blankenshlp, W. C, services trips and only servo you In good wea-Jhe- r. Duff, Dr. J. A., Ser. Health pride in your , as Clerk 287.55 officors 97.21 home when it's spick and span 9.00 10.41 Samo, per dlom J charged you only 50c nnd war Same. Co. Physician in a brand-ne- w coat of Daughorty, W. C, Committee 3.00 Same, Clerk Board Supertax, through tho winter Just tho samo Heflin, It. L., repairing brldgo visors 13.50 6.00 4ii tin summer. Hughes, W. W., labor 10.00 Baize, W. II., mdse. Alms O&iQra aro charging 75c. House Likens, R. P., pauper coffin. 13.07 e 5.00 WHITE-LEA- D Mosoloy, R. T., hauling etc.,. , 1 tatTC never failed to glvo Hart5.00 Same, fencing 40.72 Bradley Gilbert Co., rubber ford u good word or do Its citizens a Morton, Jno, P. &c, oloction, and pure linseed oil. supplies 10.22 Bands t. . 1.85 good deed. whenever tho opportunity Oglesby, W. R sills This paint costs less, figured by 7.80 Bratcher, S. A., ser. Sheriff .200.70 iproscnted itself. Pato, A. E., cup grease the gallon, square yard, or years of 1.00 Bean, W. J labor etc 51.49 fol- - Patterson, Jno., repairing ;ly cars loavo Hartford at tho service. As it is mixed to order, you ;. Brown, Wm., sills 21.00 J bridge 12.00 Black, Frank, dragging road 10.00 Howlng hours: 4 a. m.; 9:40 a. in.; can have the exact color you want. rA;30 p. m.; 2 p. m.j and 7 p. m. Ralloy. C. E., work on road 10.00 Bean, Dr. L. B ex. lunacy Wc use only maRico, B. F per dlom 6.00 case 6.00 terials and our prices are right. Hanroril hcadquartors at Casebler & Rowo, G. W., per diem 9.00 Balrd, Dr. S. C, Co. Vet., . . . 39.70 May we estimate on your vorkt, "Taylor's Itestaurant. Rhoads, B. C, samo , 6.00 Brown, John, dragging 20.80 w San IA nru, and ou h all; 'I b'incorolyvthank you for tho many Standard Prt. Co., election looking after road.. 53.80 Samo, . supplies ., Vv ,t w tt ntfac4, 35.10 Bpan, Dr. L. B mdse. A. II. 76.70 favors of tho past and cordially Stevens, Sam L.. commltteo . 3,00 Cobb & Richards, nails otc. 23.58 your, patronago for the future, J.CCASEBIER Samo, per dlom 9.00 Canary, R. 11., labor otc 5.00. J. E. CURTIS. Witt Shown, Ed., samo 7.C0' 6.00 Chlnn, E. L., hauling ..... Ilartford, Ky, Financial Statement of Ohio County. .... The Accurate Drop Corn Planter THE real reason for using a corn planter is to save time. However, if the planter is not accurate, it would pay better to plant by hand. Accuracy in a corn planter means uniform drop the desired number of kernels in each and every hill. If the planter is not accurate, a loss in yield will result. Accuracy in planting has been the main object in designing the John Deere No. 999 Corn Planter. The advantage of using this planter is that with proper handling it will plant two, three or four kernels in the hill, as desired. Every one of these machines is rigidly inspected before leaving the factory. device on this planter is an The devices. improvement over all other The John Deere No. 999 is equipped with John Deere NATURAL CELL FILL, Edge Delivery Seed Plates. The surface of the hopper bottom and the openings to the seed cells are oblique or sloping. The weight of the corn in the hopper causes the seed to move toward and enter the cells of the seed plate in its natural position. The kernels do not have to be tipped on edge, and, therefore, each cell is filled readily. The Full Variable Drop Planter The John Deere No. 999 Planter has a variable drop consisting of a train of gears constantly in mesh. With this device, two, three or four kernels can be planted as desired merely by shifting the foot lever. The gears are enclosed in an case, and it never is necessary to remove them from this case, seed-dropping -- ..... , .... .... .... .... .... .... .... seed-droppi- ng .... .... ...... .... 1G-C- 0 .... oil-tig- ht .... which is dust-proo- f. ;; - ....'. .... . ... . 0 .... . .... .... ." .... .... i .... The driving mechanism has this advantage over the ordinary it never is separated. Other devices open and close at every actuation of the fork by the wire and are constantly being released under strain, causing considerable wear and reducing the life of the most important parts of the planter. The device on the John Deere No. 999 Planter can be shifted at any time in the travel of the machine. The John Deere No. 999 is a real variable drop planter it varies the distance in drilling as well as the number of kernels per hill in hilling, and gives a greater variety of distances without the use of extra sprockets and plates. All corn plates on this planter have 16 cells; therefore, the same drilling distances can be obtained as on planters having 8, 12 and plates, and without the change of plates. Hilling or Drilling Change from hilling to drilling or back to hilling is made instantly. No extra attachments or extra tools are required. Simply pressing the foot lever makes the change. The foot drop provided on this planter is of spe- r?n1 nco in Villi rli'rkrvninrr itrifl-- flirt fnn)-- rlr.n n.lm. planting rows at the ends of the field. Plants Many Varieties of Corn Seed'plates can be furnished for handling practically any kind of corn; also sorghum, milo, maize and other seeds. The improved form of cut-ohas a quick action. The spring knocker causes each kernel to be discharged upon the valve without fail. There are no ridges or obstructions in the valves to' catch and hold the kernels. Sufficient opening is left just above the upper valve to enable operator to see the kernels as they are collected for the hill. 16-ce- ll i . 'H ff ; FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. JAKE WILSOX, Mtinastjr ......... I Pol-so- .... FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. T j ..... j rr .... ........ I Transfer Service The Success This Bank Has Attained Was Made Possible Because of These Things The The The The Resources at the Bank's Command. Courtesy of the Bank's Officials. Confidence of the Public. Fair Methods that Have Ever Prevailed 4 WS Greater Pride in I YburHome .... .... DUTCH BOY To the man who has no banking connection, we now issue this invitation to connect himself with this bank. As a depositor his money is absolutely safe and as a borrower he will be accorded as liberal terms as is consistent with safe banking. .... We will give you the advantage of our experience if you want it. Our Facilities Are at Your Disposal Come in and talk with any official of the bank. high-gra- BANK OF HARTFORD Ohio County's Oldest Financial Institution. ln-V- ite i T FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued from 2nd page) ' Taylor, I'rotua, labor 2.00 Tnylor, J. W., lbr 37. 10 Tlchcnor Worth, services . . CO. 05 Taylor, Dr. J. W., Ex. lunacy 3.00 White, N. I)., tax Sup 13.50 2.00 Whlttakcr, Emmett, sills . . . Wlllott, Emmltt, lumber ... 1GC.30 "Ward, D. E., oxponsea to 22.42 Frankfort Same, County Tax Com 13.50 York, J. B., lbr. etc 120.61 lirntchcr, s. A., services as Sheriff 200.70 Drown, Q. 1)., per dlom 3.00 G.OO Same, holding Inquest Dlankenshlp, W. C. per diem 3.00 Cartor, Hmley, lumber.... 7.20 Durham, S. L hauling.... 7.75 Daughorty, W. C, Com 3.00 per dlcm Same, 3.00 per diem Dean, W. S., 3.00 EaBt Dr. Co., St. Louis Driving piles 127.20 Jeffries I. N., nails 5.00 James Ernest, sills 33. 06 Pahrrls, Ellis, lumber 13.35 nice, D. F per diem 3.00 Wilson, Luther, lbr "Same, Commltteo 6.00 Willis, Felix, labor Ilhoads, D. C, committee . . . 3.00 Ky. Light & Power Co., Same, per diem Light etc 3.00 Howe, G. W., per diem 3.00 Baker, R. Sa labor. . Southard, J. D., labor IS. 66 Drown, W. E., hauling .Stevens, Sam L., per diem .. 3.00 Duller, A. F., road bed per diem Shown, Ed., 3.00 Deaver Dam, Plaining Mill., Tanner, T. F., labor 21.25 lumber etc Ashby, O. S., labor . , 2.50 Same, samo Ashley, Morgan same 4.00 ... Q. Allen W. L lumber 157.05 Drown, per D., committee. diem Some, Ashby, S. A., labor 5.00 W. C. Dlankenshlp, per diem . Drown, Press, labor 1.00 Cook, Otis, nails Bishop, lloscoe, hauling 7.00 Drown, C. P., timber 58.92 Childers, J. T labor Dlshop Roscoe lbr 190.38 Chinn, Less, labor Decker, Drown, Q. D., Commltteo 15.00 'Dexter &S., labor nails 3.00 Daugherty, Vincent, road bed Same, per diem Arson, Bellamy, W. D sills 6.00 Dlankenshlp, W. C, per diem 3.00 Daugherty, W. C, Com per 64.65 Same, W. S., diem Dartlett, It. D lbr samo 1.00 Dean, Chapman, II. C, hauling hauling 4.00 Johnson, Ivan, &c, same Davis, J. H., labor 8.00 James, Lewis, Dunn, Ed., team 12.00 Leach, Annie, donation Dunn, Jno., samo 3.00 Miller, Nolan, lbr Dean, W. S., per diem 3.00 Robinson. Harlln, labor Daugherty, W. C, same 14.00 Hoss. J. W., nails Samo. committee 6.65 Richards, Mrs. Joe., road bed. Daugherty, Willie, hauling . . Evans, Willie, building bridgo 27.20 Rusher, W. S., lumber 3.00 Rice, Forrest, hauling Goff, J. W., labor 3.00 Romans, M. D., labor James, T. F., nails etc 4.00 Rice. D. F., per diem Keith. Robert, labor same Logsdon, Jno., road bed.... 29.70 Rowe, G. W hauling 49.70 Slack, Jesse, Morris, Mary, road bed Shown, Ed., per diem Rough River Lbr. Co., saw35.75 Stevens, Sam L., samo ing etc 9.00 Porter, Ola., labor Ross, Jutt, hauling etc 2.90 ' York, J. D., lumber Rockport Coal Co., dynamite. 8.00 ' Ashby, Ike, labor Rhoads, Duller. Jr., labor. . . 8.00 Ashby, M. D., samo Rhoads, Cecil, samo 12.78 Drown, Lewis, labor Rogers, E. E., lbr 9.00 Boyd, Waylle, samo Rhoads, D. C, Commltteo . . 3.00 Same, samo Same, per dlcm 14.00 Same, same Rusher, Robert, team etc 10.00 Same, same Rico, Forrest, same 15.00 Same, samo Rice, D. F Commltteo , ' 3.00 Same, samo per diem Samo, 3.00 Brown, W. E., team G. W., Committee... Itowe, 3.00 Same, samo fcame, per dlom Sharpening 34.70 Brown, Tom., Renfrow, J. T., road bed Grader Herman, repairing. . 20.30 Homier, 3.00 Dean, W. J., Insuranco Stevens, Sam L., committee. 3.00 Dratcher, S. A., services as Samo, per dlom Sheriff : Stlmpson. J. V. & Co., lbr. . . 51. Gl 3.00 Dnizo, W. H., mdso. A. House Ed., per diem fhown, S. W., lumber 55.5S Same, same for Jail S.41 'Dullard, Jas. A., bldg. bridge Taylor, F., dynamite G.OO Dradley, Gilbert &c, binding Taylor, Olllo, labor 41.62 books Taylor, Ward, lbr 12.00 Doan.W. J., labor etc Wells. Willie, team 149,70 Brooks, Win., labor on road. Wonaker & Lewis, lbr .50 Dartlett.. D. B.. labor Addlngton, Henry, hauling . . for Adams, J. D. & Co., Bnrtlett. D. Bennott, samo. . . 59 Blankeushlp, W. C, per diem grader 65.20 Drown, Q. D., samo Ashley, II. L., lbr 11.06 Cooper Coal Co., coal Allen. W. L., hauling Anderson, Rlrdlo W., reportCombs, Jack, labor 10.00 Cnsebier, J. F., spike3 etc.,. ing evidence Drown, Jno. D., hauling . . . 2Q.35 Craig, C. A., team etc Dradley & Gilbert Co., Admr., Samo, team Dooks Cobb & Richards, dynamite Same, Sheriff's cash book. . . 18.70, Casebier, J. F., samo 40.34 Daugherty, W. C, commltteo, Same, claim book etc .. 11.25 Samo, per diem Drown. P. F., nails Dalze, W. II., mdso. for A. II., 1S.05 Drake, Virgo, lumber 34.55 Duke. E. F.. nails etc. Samo, fountains Dratcher, S. A., services . . . 43.55 Dennis, C. C, sills, etc.... 9 00 Davis, Floyd, labor Drown, Q. B., committee. Davis J. H., grading etc.. Drown, cash .on Dennis. T. C, sills Same, per diem G.OO Dean, W, S., per dlom . . I . Drooks, Will, labor "00 Eskrldge, Joe, team Drooks, David, same 115 JO Eskrldge, Elijah, samo Drown, P. N., lbr Deaver Dam Coal Co., same. . S3 10 Fulkerson. Bob, same 34.20 Same, same Dtown II. L., samo 32.S5 Fuqua, Alva, lumber Dalze, N. It., labor 3.00 Fordsville Pig. Co., oil etc. . . Bean, Dr. L. B., Ex. Lun... J.05 Ford, Dr. E. W., ex. Lunacy. 'ulalr, W. P., hauling Finley. E. D taking acct. to Beaver Dam Coal Co., antltox- 0.00 deeds v lno G.OO Goff, John, team on road. .. . Dlankenshlp. W. C, per diem Carson, U. S., dynamite etc.,. 12,10 Goff, Jim, samo Haynes, Willie, dynamlto... Chinn, A. S., lbr. etc., .. 1BHS Hoover, F. M., lumber 9.72 Chinn, Less, same Hoover, E. D labor Adam, Chancellor, 105 Hartford Prtg. Co., prtg. etc 7.S5 Hlckey, G. It., road work . . . Carter, Finley, nails 10.00 Igloheart, Clinton, labor. . . . Coy, Herbert, labor etc 9.00 Same, same Carden, Herbert, same 7.00 Same, samo Chapman, W. D., hauling. . . Childers, J. T building br... 39.70 Jackson, John, team , 27.70 Same, same Cummins, Henry, labor Cheek, J. P., bridge lumber. . 17.55 Jewell, J. E., sills .v. Craig, Chas., team etc.,... 10.00 Knott, W. 0 lumber . . . 5.30 Likens & Leach, gasoline etc Daniel, Tom, sills 3.00 Myers, Geo., labor Douglas, R. D.. labor 1.80 Same, same Duncan, Filo, lumber 6.00 Moore, J. V lumber Daugherty, W.C., committee. . 6.00 Morris, B. H., road bed Same, per diem . . . . 9.00 Newton, Logan, team . . . . Dean, W. S., committee.... 0.00 Pendleton, Dr. E. W., Ex. Same, per diem , lunacy Dexter & Vincent, nails etc. 1G.30 13.00 Rice, A. W., labor Dortch, J. D., labor . 6.00 Render, Robert, grading . . . Denton, Dr. I. L., Ex. Lunacy . 1.60 Same, labor Elder, 81., hauling . . .Evans, Will & Co., labor. . . . 40.20 Same, same 62.-Render, Herman, repairing 0 Faught, Tom, lbr., bridge 638.14 Fulkerson. L. D lbr , labor 19H Same, same Farmer, Reat, lbr., , 5.00 Same, Fuqua, Estill, labor etc..,. 3.00 Same, same Ford, Dr. E. W., Ex. Lunacy. Hoover, F. M lbr etc.,.. 15.00 Same & boy, samo Hoover, W. F hauling ect . . . 22.00 Same, same 37.70 Same, samo Hardin, Forest, labor Same, same Same, bldg. Bridge , .. . . 8.00 Samo, same .Haynes, Allison, labor Mill Co., lumber etc 66.97 Render, Claudia, saine Allartford 3.76 Rusher, Robert, same, team Iffer, J. O., nails 4.T0 Rice, D. F., team etc tf . James, Ernest, lumber W. Johnson, Fred, bridge sills . . . 16.00 Richards, G., O., lumber... , labor 4.50 Rice, E. Knott, A. L., nails etc.y. 6.00 Rice, Forest, same Loyd, Tom, labor 1.85 Rice. E. F., team Moseley. E. IC, nails 10.00 Romans, M. D., samo iloore, J, T.. labor 43.02 Same, sills Sillier, C. E., lumber 61.41 Rhoads, Butlor, labor Moore, J. W., same .... .... Oiler, Eugene, blacksmithing McFerrln, Ell, labor Payne, Dick, labor Pendleton, Dr. E. D., ox. Lun, Riley, Dr. A. D samo Rough River Lbr. Co., lbr.. . Render, Herman, hauling etc. Robertson, W. D., making fill Rhoads, D. C., cash Samo, commltteo, Same, Per diem Rhoads, Cecil, labor Rhoads, Duller, same Rico, D. F., commltteo I Same, per diem iRowe, G. W., commltteo Same, per diem Standard Printing Co., books. Stevens & Tlchenor, lumber. Stevens, Sam L commltteo. Same, per diem Smith, Chas., services A. II. Sullivan, Orb., repairing brdg. Shown, Ed., per dlom Taylor, L. J., lumber etc... Taylor, Thompson, hauling. Thomas Dros, supplies Taylor, Olllo, labor Taylor, Harver W., lbr Tlchenor, Worth, services... Voyles, Lcnnle, lumber Williams, J. D. & Son, 6.50 G.OO 3.00 12.00 15.00 139.17 8.00 10.00 1.05 9.00 6.00 3.00 3.00 12.00 6.00 3.00 6.00 45.00 114.41 15.00 3.00 531.89 10.50 6.00 Equip Your Smaller Car With Goodyear Tires If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or any other car using 30x3', 31x4-inc- h ; " .... 11.20 1.00 7.79 6,00 30x3V-- , or 89.70 67.75 188.85 4.90 15.17 2.00 421.48 3.00 10.00 20.00 249.23 41.85 6.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 39.70 3.05 20.00 6.30 black-smithi- ng I l .... I .... I .... 10.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.50 .... .... ....... .... ... .... .... 24.70 30.00 106.13 16.00 4.44 49.70 4.00 10.00 9.00 3.00 3.00 29.70 3.00 3.00 50.75 71.24 3.50 9.00 7.50 3.00 3:00 9.00 3.60 3.00 5.40 1.50 6.00 3.00 39.00 187.20 4.60 4.G5 H d WWW w tires, you can well take advantage of the high relative value built into all Goodyear Tires. You can well do so because you can secure in the smaller Goodyear Tires the results of such, skill and care as have made Goodyear Tires the preferred equipment on the highest priced automobiles of the day. You can well do so because these smaller Goodyear Tires are easy to obtain, being produced at the rate of approximately 20,000 a day, and because their first cost usually is as low or lower than that of other tires in the same types and sizes. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many other local owners of the smaller cars. V V is 30x3 Vz Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, AUAVeather Tread 30x3V4 Goodyear Single-Cur- e Tread Fabric, Anti-Ski- SO 11Q Lj o i en L1 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Good ear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little mote than tubes of less merit. 30x3Yz ilzc in waterproof Sf50 , bag 5 8) I't' ' jji 81' BR? HP t vf ' .... i 15.00 19.75 r G.OO w. m . ...- - TriTTvrM ana an 16-G- ..... ... ...... black-smithi- ng ....... ... ......... 10-B- .... Cecil, samo ........ 2.00 Rhoads, Seth, same 4.00 Rhoads,. C, commltteo. . . . 4.00 Samo, por die m G.OO Rowe, G. W., committee.... 6.00 Same, per diem 7.00 Riley, Dr. A. B., Ex. Lunacy case, 2.00 3.95 Rice, D. F per diem 16.00 Swain, C. M.. bolts etc 6.00 Shown, Herbert, hauling 39.85 Smith, Charlie, labor 19.15 Stevens & Tlchenor, lumber. 9.00 Stevens, Sam L committee. 6.00 Same, per diem 3.35 Smith, Charlie, services as A. House keeper 3.95 13.10 Southard, Grovor, team . . . G.OO Smith, J. H., moving fence.. 24.00 Smiley, Jno., labor 4.00 Shown, Ed., per diem 6.00 Shrevo, Percy, labor 8.00 Taylor, L. C, team ,8.00 Taylor, W. B., grading.... 5.00 Taylor, F., dynamite , 10.00 Tlchenor, Worth, services . . 59.70 Taylor, J. W lbr 1.85 Tanner, T. F., labor 6.00 Taylor, Protus, same Taylor, Ollie, hauling etc... 3.50 Thomas Dros., nails etc.... 7.50 Tucker, Rowan, timber 7.50 Wells, Coleman, lumber 5.00 Wilson, B. S. Co.road drag 5.90 Ward, D. E., ex. to Frankfort 4.00 Wright. Lafe. lumber 348.55 Wilson, W. L., same 100.00 Westerfield Bros., same 2.70 Wilson Ernest, road bed ... 15.00 Acton, S. R., sills 14.00 Adams, J. Q., labor 10.00 Acton Bros., mdse. A. II 14.00 Same, nails .'.... 2.00 Same, mdse. Jail etc 19.89 Ambrose, George, hauling... 20.95 Bellamy, W. B hauling. . . . 3.00 Dlankenshlp, W. C, services 9.00 Same, per diem . . 37.00 Bennett, L. P.. labor etc 34.70 Bennett, Haskell, same 8.00 Dartlett, Ernest, lbr Same, same 3.00 Bennett, W. E., same 4.00 Brown, Lewis, team 9.30 Burden, Franjic, labor 6,00 Butler, M. D Bame 15.00 Drown, Tom, blacksmithing. , Daize, Estill, labor 6.00 Denton, Gus, team etc 6.00 Drown, Fox, labor 6.00 Dean, Cora, nails 9,00 Drown, Q. D., per diem 7.20 Same, committee 15.90 Combs, Jack, labor 11.70 Chinn, SI., same ..' 10.80 Craig, C. A., hauling 7.50 Chancellor, J. W team.,.. 15.00 Carlislo Marvin, labor 12.00 Chinn, E. L., samo 15.00 Campfleld, Jesse, same 15.00 Casebier, J. F.. dynamite etc 4.00 Crowe, Al lumber 4,00 Cooper, Dave, sills 10.00 Same, road bed 12.00 Duff, R. C, repairs of gr, 18.65 Dunn, Ed., team etc 6.00 Daugherty, W. C, commltteo. 3G.20 Ilhoads, .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... ,...,,,. .,.. 5.60 Same, per diem 3.00 Tlchenor, Everett, sills 14.00 4.75 Taylor, Ward, lbr 4.00 Daniel, Lon, lbr. etc 4.00 10.00 . Taylor, F., hauling 15.00 Dortch, J. B., hauling G.OO Davis, J. H., labor 2.00 12.00 Taylor, Protus, labor G.OO Davis, Floyd, same 2.00 wmtenouse & luuueu, nans . o.bu G.OO Dean, W. S 47.70 per diem 3.00 Womack & Lewis, lbr 2.00 Eskrldge J. S., bldg bridge. . 16.00 Wood, J. H., surveying 12.00 White, C. H., arresting 9.00 Evorly, Dr. Geo., mdse. att. H. 5.00 G.OO 6.35 Whltescarver, H., labor . . t . . Ball 6.00 Westerfield, J. E., samo . . . 8.17 Evorly, J. L conveying Hu2.00 1.60 5.00 Barnard E. P., election officer bert Dall 2.00 2.00 Fulkerson, L. D., lbr 105.68 Sinnett, H. II., same 2.00 18.00 Fulton, Roy, labor 5.00 Keown, Cal P., same 9.00 Funk, Ira D same 4.00 (Continued on 6th page) G.OO Forbes, E. F 20.00 coffins 8.75 Gillem. M, E., sills 10.00 25G.95 Goff, James, team 8.50 12.00 Goff, John, same 2.00 4.00 Gray, Sherman, labor 24.70 3.00 Hocker, V. C, repairs Will, timber 12.50 G.OO Harper, 39.50 4.00 Hoover, Geo., A., lbr 5 25 3.00 Hosklns, Pate, hauling jjjjjyftet Contents 15T?luidT)raoli 20.00 18.00 Hughes, Walter, labor 1.00 14.41 Hoover, F. M., nails 3,00 63.55 Leach, D. C, repairing bridgo XiTY!ll,Ti.Ll 18.75 28.90 Logsdon, Jno., team -"- "-""'11.85 Langford, Will, acct. Hubert 4.50 Balls 4.00 1.50 12.00 MIdklff, J. F., repairing brdg .Ir Mooro, J. W., lumber 65.40 6.05 gr. 37.70 Martin, Fred, sharpening 3.00 blade 3.50 7 00 6.35 Morris, U. S labor 10.00 14.46 Morris, Roy, same ' ; . nnnm.-- n PER CENT. I 21.00 49.70 Morris, Granville, timber Afc.infnti1ftenarau'oaForAs-K&ti . 200 23.88 McQuady, Paul, labor lira- L"M similaunsuiciowi 34.35 Northern, H. M., hauling . . . 14.00 c UnfltftcStomaflisanauwg" 10 00 199.70 Ortkelse, I. C, sills 12.60 3.00 Owen, Lon, lbr .". . 8.00 5.00 Phtster, A. G., sills 23.50 20.00 Porter, L. L hauling ttcrctyPromoUnfiDiMg 2.25 7.75 Porter, Gilbert, labor 11.00 49.26 Phegley, Rube, labor 1.50 Pendleton, Dr. E. B Med., ET neither Oplam.Norpmm:.-.- ; 15.00 Service for H. Balls... 6.00 mineral. NotNahcoxiCj 4 00 824.91 Rusher Robert ( labor) jnesaaxiFiram. 12.00 3.00 Rice, B. F committee 3.00 9.50 Same, per diem 3.37 Rowe, A. B team etc.... 24.00 2.00 13.86 Rowe, Finis, hauling ... 7.80 Render, Herman labor etc . 49.20 lirrt S& 35.70 6.00 Same, same 13.50 8.50 Same, building bridge TAlnimH"tr 14.00 Rough River lbr. Co., lbr.. 23.93 i ..t.,r(Rcmcdvfof 18.00 Romans, O. C, labor 17.00 ' 1.50 Romans, M, L., team 12 00 13.00 Rogers, Tom, labor ana rcwr;-- r la 00 17.00 Rogers, Eugene, labor 18.00 G.OO IrcauUlniihercffomiliS8817, 2.50 Render, M. P., sills 25 Rhoads, Seth, haulllng etc.. . 4.00 2,00 3.00 Rhoads, Butler, labor 9.00 Rhoads, D. C, per diem 3.00 10.00 Same, committee 9.00 1 jgxtenwmGow 4.00 Rowe, G. W., per diem 3.00 0,00 8.00 Stevens, Will, labor MEW Tyggj 9 00 10.50 Stevens, Sam L committee, . 18.00 Samo, per diem 3.00 7.00 Shown, Herbert, hauling 12,50 Shown, Virgil, lbr 49.20 S9.70 21.70 Stevens, Tlchenor, same 149.70 Shaver, Felix, team 5.00 15.00 Stewart, VJrg., labor 250 Exact Copy of Wrapper, 159.70 Shults, Sum, hauling 12 50 3 00 16.25 Shown, Ed., per diem 6.00 Tucker, Rowan, hauling , . , . 4.75 12.00 Thomas Bros., nails etc ... 10 90 .... .... .... About Rheumatism. People are learning that it is only-- a waste of time and money to taka-- . medicine internally for chronic ana muscular rheumatism, and about" ninety-nin- e ut of a hundred cases are one or the other of theso varieties. AH that is really necessary to afford relief Is to apply Chamberlain's . Liniment freely. Try it. It costs-b35 cents per bottle. Largo stzxj-6cents. nu. ut .... .... ma IFSSTTxewDv". CASTOR! For Infants and Children- - .... Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ... ..,.. uj", Always Bears the of .... .... ... J Signature ftiAt W V A HP'S In .... .... .... CononPir Use For Over ..... Thirty Years ... .... CASTORIA THICtNTAUnCOMMNr. MW ... t9 CITT, .... able II. P. Taylor, followed by his STRAY STREAKS death last night. Mr. Taylor was born July 9th, 1850 n was admitted to the bar May 30th, (Dy Fluko McFluke.) Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY 1SS1. Ills examination was conduct ed by Honorable W. F. Gregory and Wo thought that Morris McCrackcn Incorporated E. C. Hubbard. At the same tlmo was going to build a house, but it Henry McHenry and R. R. Wedding looks to us like he was digging it inW. S. TIXSLEY, Editor nnd Business Mnnngcr. wore admitted to the bar. He was n stead. grandson of Harrison P. Taylor, a Entered nccordlng to law at the distinguished pioneer lawyer of t,hls Our Idea of getting nothing for a Postofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as mall bar. board bill would be to accept a marble matter ot tho second class. It is therefore resolved: bust of Kaiser Bill, In settlement of 1st, That in the death of Mr. same, as that Dutchman did from his to Address all communications e Taylor the bar of this County has lost Lordship. The Hartford Republican. an ablo, faithful and accomplished lawyer, painstaking and careful in Harve Sheffield says it's been ten NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tho preparation of his cases, Just and days today since Charlie Leach fixed Subscribers desiring the paper sent fair to his aflversary in the forum, an that doso of medicine for him, but to a new address must give tho old advocate of real ability, with a flno tho taste has not yet left his mouth. address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c understanding of human nature, a Although he has tried quinine and per line, and 8c per line for each ad keen wit and remarkable sense of limburger cheese, to no avail. dltionnl Insertion. rendered him wonderful Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards humor that I could not prevail on Doc, Moore of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for ly companionable and which ho freeach head lino and slgnautre, money quently used with telling effect in his and Co., to leave as early as I desired, In advance. arguments to a Jury. Ho was always hence I must pull a little of this stuff Church Notices for services free, a dangerous adversary in his chosen before going on my fishing trip, and but other advertisements, lc per profession whether before a Jury by the same token you must read it. word. Anonymous communications .will In handling the facts of a case or with So you gain nothing by my loss. receive no attention. the court in matters of law or equity. It can be said ot him truthfully that We are glad I. D. Clairo does not he was a gentleman of tho old school, know that wo are taking ja, fishing TELEPHONES with its polished manner, and habits trip he would be sayIn,vsoiiiething 59 Farmers Mutual of life and thought; a southerner to mean about Doc Plrtle and John Cumberland 123 "the manner born" with tho natural Moore. That old man's veins are instincts and qualities of the real wholly devoid ot sporting blood. He MAY 21 FRIDAY, Southland as well as tho rich en- don't like to fish, or hunt, or see a dowment Kentucky gives a southern hoss race or dogs fight, nor even There are only IS more days 'twlxt heartland mind; true as steel in his play mumble-peg- . this and the Republican National friendship, courteous and gentle to Convention, and as it appears to us, all; always polite and agreeable to It Just naturally will be a bit tho successful-applican- t for the big ladles. We will miss him as a friend, amusing to sit in the rear of the congregation on Sundays honor at Chicago, politically speak- helper, adversary and companion. when the 2nd, That we attend the funeral Preacher happens to take a dig at ing Is yet In the making. The candidacy of both Wood and Johnson has In a body and a 'copy of these reso clubs and social card games, and see amounted to no more than a flurry, lutions be furnished the family of some men try to nudge their wires as we view the matter. Neither has deceased and request the county pa where the short ribs ought to be shown strength sufficient to be ac- pers to publish them and that they be Our wife won't hardly erer' sit on counted as real contenders. The un- - spread upon the records of tho County the same pew with us. instructed nnd thus far, silent vote Court and Circuit Court of Ohio will determine as to whom the nom- County. Uncle Bill Johnson had promised a A. D. KIRK, us to help watch Capt. Cox while Mrs. inee Is to be, and wedo not believe C. E. SMITH, Cox was risking, but he fell down on that it will be eltherof the two who J. S. GLENN, seem to be making the fight almost the Job and has gone to Louisrille, R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN. agalarantln around. So I hav without opposition. We consider It a good omen, that those who are to cured Mr. Blllle Render and Dad CENTERTOWN Griggsby to look after the Captain make the nomination, are rather slow, majority will be left free to comb the while I'm gone fishing, and If the whole pile for the very best that is to Mrs. Clarence Loney, of Owensboro, Captain don't look fit and right when be had, and whether it proves to bo was the guest of relatives here last Mrs. Cox comes home you boys had Johnson, Wood or some other, the Saturday and Sunday. better hide out. ' party will have been deliberate In the A Dr. B. F. Tlchenor, of Crescent matter of a choice. In truth, we City, Florida, was In town one day J. I. Goodman is always late' at sincerely hope that the nominee is last week. church. We hare seen him out alto be a vote getter, but above all else, Mrs. L. C. Morton spent the week- ready twice this year and he got In may he be endowed with ability both times Immediately after the end with her sister In Livermore. In proportions, soipd and true Rev. J. J. Willett, of Owensboro, collection plates had been passed. to the core, possessed of high ideals, fillet tne pulpit at the Baptist church Goodman says he don't understand ambitious, but self sacrificing, an here last Sunday morning and night. what makes them In such a hurry O. M. Bishop and wife were In with the plates and that he is getting American first, that's all. Winchester, Ky., last week, the guests a bit sore at being missed in this manner. of their son, Leon and wife. The Senate has passed the much Mrs. J. H. Kuykendoll Is on the talked of Knox resolution putting an sick list this week. Mrs. J. B. Tappan and daughter, war between end to the technical Mary Louise, will go to Louisrille this Country and Germany. There i Sunday, to spend a week with Mrs. BEECH VALLEY. can be jio doubt of the lower house , George Brunton. concurlng In the Senate resolution, Mrs. J. H. Miller is confined to, her and unless vetoed by President Wil bed again. -- Mr. J. K, Johnson, of Princeton, son, wo win oe ai peace wim mu Mrs. T?i s. Miller Is oh the sick Ky., Claim Agent for tho I. C. R. R. .World again at tin early date. It is list this week. Co., attended the funeral and burial freely said that Wilson will Veto the Mr. W. A. Taul, delivered chick- of Mr. H. P. Taylor hero, Tuesday. measure, and in case he does, t is ens at Dundee, today. morally certain that we will be at of the local members Several Miss Lodelle Magan risited Misses war with the Central Erropean Pow- Carlyle and Beatrice Moseley, of Royal Arch Chapter attended a coner until after the next presidential Basham, Saturday night. vocation of Bearer Dam Chafpter, to be seen election. It remains Esq. W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was No. 144, R. A. M., Saturday night. A whether we reside in a free Republic here on business Saturday. class of four were adranced to the where the wijl of the majority preMr. Lee P. Miller made a business Mark Master's Degree. vails or in a Government where the trip to Hartford, Tuesday afternoon. will of a single Individual autocratiMiss Amby Evans, of Owensboro, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Less than a half cally dominates. Is visiting her sister, Mrs.LeslIe Helm. parti-Ba- n dozen of Wilson's most extreme May 14, 1920. Mr. Clarence Taul is having a new followers have failed to support opening made at his coal bank here. Sealed bids will be recelred at the Borne one of the reservations as ofMrs. Rush Mldklff and children, of office of the county clerk at Hartford, fered to the League o: Treaty, yet Sunnydale, visited in this community Kentucky until at 12:00 noon, Frimajorty Sunday. the necessary two-thrday, May 28th, 1920, by the Fiscal can not be mustered to pass it over Master Amal D. Taul visited Stan- Court for the Improrement of the the "President's veto. Must the ma- ley and Malward Miller, of Dundee, Hartford-Owensbor- o Road No. 92C2, jority yield to the minority? If so, last week. from Beda Station. 139 plus 00 to- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE then our boasted government is not Larkln Denton, of Fordsvllle, vis- ward Owensboro to Sta. 275 plus 00, of that class to bo properly designated ited his grandmother, Mrs. Meek a distance of approximately 2.G miles Ohio Circuit Court. as a free Democracy, or a government Wright, last week. The Improrement will consist of shap J. W. Maddox, et al., Plaintiffs. ot the people, for tho people and by Not much corn being planted In ing that road, constructing necessary vs. Notice of sale. the people, but is ot, for and by this community and farmers are very drainage structures and grading it to Ex parte. Woodrow Wilson only. If we were much behind with their work. Pursuant to a Judgment and order width ot 20 feet in fills and 26 feet wholly devoid of partisanship, with of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, enLittleton, of Tenn., was in cuts. Mr. in the above styled action at. its reference to the two greater parties here last week and did some tractor This work Is a State Aid Project. teredterm, 1920, directing me as comMay we imagine that we can now see and work for Messrs. J. H. and Lee P. Plans may be seen and instructions missioner of said court to sell the bear the Country's arfswer-t- o the de- Miller. to bidders, specifications and forms hereinafter described real estate for mand of the head of the Democratic Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sutton, of near proposal secured at the office ot the purpose of paying the costs of the Party that bis will be done, his selfish Dundee, were guests of Mr. Sam of county cTerk at Hartford, Ken- above styled action, together with the the cost of this sale, and dividing ambition be gratified, that he be vndi-cate- d Leach and family Sunday, tucky, and at the office of the the remainder of the proceeds among that bis peace terms be acceptMr. and Mrs. Allie Graham returnot Public Roads, Old Capitol those entitled thereto, I will offer ed, and if not, that the United States ed to tbeir home at Goshen, Sunday Building, for sale at public outcry to the highFrankfort, Kentucky. shall be in war until doomsday, which night, after a visit with relatives at bidder Approximate quantities are as fol- est and best Hartford,at the Court Ky., on MonHouse door in for the Democratic portion of the Narrows. lows: day, June 7, 1920, (It being tho first Country, Nationally speaking, will New-burLittle Miss Elda C. Patton, of 1G780 cu. yds. Excavation Earth. day of the regular term of the Ohio most assuredly be November the 2nd, Ind., Is here for a visit with her County Court) at about the hour of 1195 cu. yds. Excavation Rock. next. credit of six and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 1603 cu, yds, Excavation Borrow. 12:30 P. M., upon afollowing describtwelve months, the Miller. 359 cu. yds. Channel Change. ed real estate in Ohio County, Ken -- UPON THE DEATH OF Mrs. C. L. Patton and little son, 342 lin. ft. 18 In C. M. Pipe. tucky, 11. P TAYLOR Denby, of Newburg, Ind., have reHONOItAULE 2 A tract ot land lying ana Doing in 311 lin. ft. 24in C. M. Pipe. turned home, after a few days visit 298 cu. yds., Class "A" Concrete, i Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of Penther creek and a part of tho 90 cu. yds., Class "B" Concrete. Resolutions ot the Members of tho with Mrs. Patton's parents, Mr. and 3000 acre survey in the name of Mrs. J. H. Miller. 2 cu. yds. Class "D" Concrete. Bar and Officers of the Court. Thomas Goodwin, and bounded as 17293 lbs., reinforcing steel. follows: At a meeting ot the Hartford Bar Messrs. John T. Moore, W. S. Beginning ot four beeches and two 1600 lin. ft, piling and the Officers of the County Court ashes on the bank of Panther Creek 4 acres clearing and grubbing. and Circuit Court held May 17th Tinsley, John Glenn, and Dr. J. R. and lower corner of the Ford tract; 20 each trees and stumps. 1920, In the office of J. S. Glenn and Plrtle left Tuesday for Grassy, where thence with a line thereof S. 10 E. they will spend a week fishing. A certified check payable to the 119 notes and 10 links to three dogIt. E. L. Slmmerman, the following Sheriff of Ohio County, equal in woods and sassafras; thence with a resolutions were adopted touching W, Kell Carson, mentloji ot whose round numbers to 5 per cent ot the line of the 100 acre tract, N. 61 the death of a member ot this Bar, a stake in 109 disappearance appeared in Tho Re- bid, must accompany each proposal. J. S. poles and 14 links to with same Taylor. the Hon. H. P. Lake's line; thence The right to reject any and all N. 23 E. 7 poles and 15 links to a The members of the Hartford Bar publican last week, was found by his stone; thence with another of his and the Officers ot the County and father at Guston, Ky., last Saturday, bids Is reserved. lines, N. 39 W. 79 poles to a large W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Circuit Court were surprised and He had secured employment on a County Clerk Ohio County, black oak and two hickories; thence to' hear on yesterday of the farm. A deBire to see some of the allocked N. 55 E. 81 poles to three beeches, world was the reason he gave for JOE S. BOGGS, audden dangerous illness ot an white oak and suear tree on the bank Commissioner ot Public Roads l0f Panther Creek; thence up creek member of this bar, the Honor- - leaving home. ,The Hartford Republican FORDSON TRACTORS Will help you to catch up with your farming. Buy one-tim- -- one, run it day and night, keep water and the proper oils and greases in it and it won't get tired. Shortage of farm help and irregular seasons make the use of tractors imperative. Henry Ford & Son make the tractor best suited to our medium size farms. There is no doubt about it, the Fordson Tractor is the best Tractor made for the money it costs. BUY A 4 Good Plows, Good Harrows, Good Corn Planters, Manure Spreaders, Cultivators. We can give you the'best to be had, and the best on!yxosts-- little more than the medium and tic poor. Everything in stock now ready to deliver, but the man who waits to the last minute nearly always gets left. Get busy now, get everything bought and out to your farm ready, so you won't lose a minute when your soil will do to work. We are ready with the Implements and the Tractors, with competent men to show you how to use them and take care of you. We are the authorized Ford Agents. We have up-to-da- Brick Garage, a new equipped with all the latest machinery to repair te A successfully all Ford automobiles and Tractors. You have something substantial behind your purchases here. Don't take a desperate chance; play safe and buy at this store. . E. P. Barnes Beaver Dam, Ky. Bro. Mor-ganto- wn as It meanders to the beginning, containing 62 acres by survey. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with security to be approved by the commissioner, Immediately after sale, in two equal payments, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum and a lien will be retained on the land sold as additional security. Said bonds to have the force and effect of a Judgment. Given under my hand this the 17th day of May, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE thenco S. 51 W. 84 poles to a stono on east side of Hlnes Mill and g, vs. Notice of Sale. Silas Simpson, et al,, Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and order ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court entered in the above styled action at its May term, 1920, directing me as commissioner of said court to sel the hereinafter described real estate tor the purpose of paying the costs ot the above styled action, together with the cost of this sale and dividing the remainder of tho proceeds among those entitle'd thereto, I will offer tor sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, June 7, 1920, (it being the first day of the regular term of the Ohio County Court) at about the hour of 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described real estate in Ohio County, Kentucky, on the waters ot Indian Camp Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a fallen white oak on poles a branch; thence N. 82 E. 38 to a stone; thence S. 24 W. 42 pole) to a stone; thence S. 41 poles to a large white oak on a small drain; Walter Raymer, Plaintiff. Ohio Circuit Court. thence N. C7 E. GO poles to tho beginning, containing RRV. nrri The snmo being part of the E. H. Whittinghill land andv conveyed Simpson by Robert Simpson on December 29, 1897, which, deed is of record in the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 19, page , 532. . The purchaser will bo required bond with security to bo approved by the commissioner, Immediately after sale, payable in equal installments due In six and twelve months, bearing Interest at the rato of G per cent per annum, and a lien will be retained on the land sold as additional security. Said bonds to have the force and effect of a Judgment. Given under my hand this 17th day of May, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. ' M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. . 4 DON'T FORGET TO HEAR Prof. Graham at the School Building Friday, May 28, 1920 at 2 p. m. The School Playground will at this time and refreshments served. Many things will be on sale on this occasion for the benefit of the Playground. An efficient Supervisor has been procured and parents may feel safe In sending their hild-re- n to the grounds for recreation of afternoons this summer. Come help the good work along. straight line, to a stone in said road; thence N. 17 E. 80 poles to a white oak and sweet gum on a branch; N. 58 W. 37 poles, when reduced to a-- road; thence with said road -- i fc. d H0 f f s HICYCLES plenty of them. V. B. ELLIS & BltO. MEN'S HATS Rothschild's Star Hats Better made hats in the latest stvles awaic vou here for vourA Spring selection. , Mrs. W. W. Harris will go to today, to visit her mother. Modi-sonvll- lo Mr. Webber Clark left Tuesday morning for Chllllcothe, III., where ho has a position with the Engineering department. Mr, nnd Mrs. Paul Hawkins, Miss Emily Dollc, who hns been in Owensboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. of El- i schodl hero, returned to her homo at more Ashley, and other relatives near Ilufonl, Sunday. town, the first of this week. Miss Itosethylen Collins left Wednesday for Burmlngham, Alabama, tp enter Business College. Dr. and Mrs. Woolfork Barrow, of Lexington, arrived hero Sunday evening to be at tho bedside of Mrs. Barrow's father, Mr. H..P. Taylor. Wanted! TWO CARS nsMl jhfL . The Rothschild Mark Identlfiei hits worn by good Utcsscn fortixty yean. '"iiwssr.jasjs & m Price $4, $5 and $6 7?cv5'Ti l!l?SS3MUK m y&rasarawe iHwaBMaajaffl?! pm ffl SM' rarlfe 7ml l?--if I i .i nt 111 I ym 7B' i SHMbtx LBnw ISmlwJ HP' Mrs. C I. Mahurln and little son, of Dixon, are making Mrs. Mahurin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shown, JIr. E. Y, Park, of Central City, a visit of two or three weeks. came up Saturday and remained uni, til Monday with relatives here. Messrs. Seth Riley and Eck who have Jol)3 In Akron, Ohio, Mr. Fred Burns, of Owensboro, was came In Saturday' to spend two weekd tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. It. visiting relatives and friends. Hlckey, of Dukehurst, Tuesday. Mr. J. T. Moore, cashier of the Bank, Miss Loureno Collins, of Louisville Federal Reserve came up Saturday to visit her came down Sunday to visit relatives parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Collins. and take his annual fishing trip. SPOT. ACTON DUOS, Boz-arti- If you want your SHINE uso tho best HOUSE TO Paint, IlED LIVE POULTRY One car will be at Beaver Dam, Ky., May 19, 20, 21, and at Rosine 22nd to finish loading. J. Stovpna, of Mr. Thomas Mrs. L. P. Berinett and little son, Momnhifl. Tenn.. was In Hartford, Hurschel, Chapel of the Shlnkle Inat wnnV.nm1 nnllfnp nn nlil frlonrlH. Country, spent Friday night In town, UUK ..W W.u, with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. -- Cordon, of Madlson- Judgo vllle, was here Tuesday to attend the Mrs. L. G. Barrett and little son o Another car will be at Centertown, May 25 and 26. The same car will be at Hartford May 27, to finish loading. Will pay the following cash prices: funeral and burial of Mr. II. P. iIIHHR9HIHhSB9 Men's Furnishings Collars, Ties, Belts, Shirts, Underwear, Suits, Caps, Hosiery, Etc. Call and see them. Our prices are below factoiy prices today. Mrs. J. A. Howard and little son, Noal, left this week for Louisville, Little Miss Luclle Harris, who has whoro they will mako their future been here, with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. home. Harris, during the school term, returned to her home In Nebo, Mrs. Emorey Schroader and Mrs. J W Purcley and son, Thomas, spent with relatives at Mr. H. E. MIschke fell over a ,tho week-en- d wheelbarrow last Monday, receiving some very painful but not serious InMr. and Mrs. Teddy Tate, of the juries. Ho is able to be on duty Goshen neighborhood, have been vis again now. iting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate, here, this week. Mr. Bud Taylor, of Sunnydale, who was severely Injured In the motor Miss Parton Ford, of Fordsville, car wreck a few weeks past was In has acepted a position as night opera- town Tuesday. He Is getting along nicely now. tor at tho local Cumberland Miss Gorln Flener, of Cromwell, Mrs. A. W. Mills is making an ex- and Leila Glenn, of Hartford, who are tended visit with her daughter, Mrs. teaching In tho Harrlsburg, Ark , High School, arot expected to arrive Timer Wosterfield, of the Beda home, on the 29th. Mr. Gayle Taylor, who Is with the Dr. J. S. Bean, who has been practicing medicine at Horse Branch engineering department of the Southfor a number of years, has moved ern Railroad, with headquarters at Memphis, Tenn, Is visiting his mothto Owensboro. er, Mrs. Mose Hudson. If you are In need of u first-cla'The 1400 acre tract of coal, tim buggy, one for service as well as get a George Delker from bered and farm lands, known as the 4St2 Aberdeen Coal Co., property, will be ACTON BROS. sold at Aberdeen, May 27th. See ad 40tb Mrs. Perd Casebler and Mr. and vertisement In this Issue. Mrs. A. D. Kirk, spent Sunday with Bennett, who has Mrs. Casebler's father, Mr. Bell, of, Mr. Thomas been visiting his father. Mr. E. R. Pleasant Ridge. Bennett and other relatives at Mill Miss Kathleen Tichenor, of Matan- wood, Ky, returned to his homo at zas, is visiting her aunt Mrs. S. A. Oak Ridge, Ky., Saturday. nratcher this week and will return home Miss Winnie Dean Moseley, left Friday for Mastlllon, Ohio, "where she Mrs. Ernie Brown and son, Con will spend some time with her fathway, of Llvermore, arrived hero er. She will visit relatives In CleveTuesday, to spend a few days with land before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foster. Mr. Henry Griffin and wife, of Dr. Barton S. Reld, of Barbours- - near Owensboro, came up Tuesday to vlllo, was In Hartford Wednesday, be present at the burial of Mr. H. P. in the Interest of the Second Salva Taylor. They visited their mother, Mrs. Maggie Griffin, while here. tion Army Appeal tor funds. ss Lyman Culley, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs .R. B. Culley, for soveral days, returned home Sunday. Hens 30c; Cox 15c will pay more if market justifies. I reserve right to refuse poultry on account of being stuffed, or from dealers or overloaded cars; Bring poultry early and avoid the rush. 2kxi&(90, The Hartford FJtIDAY, bQ T. W. WALLACE, Receiver. Republican S. B. Tato, of Rockport, was in Hartford Monday, oa business. Maxwell cars nnd accessories can had PERSONAL NEWS - at ACTON BROS. 4Ct2 Mr. AND SOCIAL EVENTS night MUs Myrtlo Mnddox Li spending tho week in Hoavcr Dam. James A. Tato spent Saturday and Sunday In Rockport. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER f 5 We pay cash every day for eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Evelyn Thomas Is at homo after teaching a successful school at Llvermore. Brookfield Creamery Buttor, none Get it of CASEBIEIt TAYLOR. Our Wlro Fcnco has arrived. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Miss Bessie Clarke returned to her home at Sunnydale, Monday. Mr. IC J. McKenney, of Louisville, was in Hartford Monday night. Merchandise Is Now On Display J $ better made. & . Mr. Rowan Holbrook went to Ow We bavo all kinds of good seed ensboro Wednesday to attend a Bank' 44t4 ers Meeting. corn. BRO. W. E. ELLIS We can make your screen doors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gentry, of Lawn Mowers that will mow, sold and windows In any size you may to- - Cromwell, were hero Tuesday to at quire. Give us your order. tend the funeral and burial of H. P. Capt. J. G. Keown, of Evonsvlllo, at tho least margin of profit, by Our purchases have been on a more liberal scale W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Taylor. Mr. Gentry Is Superinten ACTON BROS. 46t4 4Ct2 Ind., was here Tuesday and than ever before, and the range of stylish goods is dent of the High View Coal Mines Mr. Goebel Crowe, who has been Mr. Clarence Walker, of Louis greater. Tuesday, to attend the with his parents, Judge and Mrs. C. Go to TATE'S RESTAURANT for Messrs. Wade and Roma Baize, ville, was here M. Crowe, for a few days, returned quick Lunches, Confectlonarles, CanOwensboro, Monday, on busi- - burial of Mr. H. P. Taylor. were in We have spent much time in preparation, study? dies, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits. to Akron, Ohio, Wednesday. i ness. spent tho week TRANSFER cars make conTATE'S Miss Gola Bennett ing the outputs of mills, workshops and factories Allen, of the Miss Catherine Davison, of Bar nection with all Beaver Dam trains. Miss Dewey Johnson is visiting end with MIbs Violet zealously in order to secure the best in every line for neighborhood. rett's Ferry, Is spending the weekMUs Pauline Davenport, of Rochest- Washington end with her cousins, Misses KenMr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, er". you. Miss Esther, who have been spending Miss Ornha Bell', of Matanzas, is nedy and Mary Warren Collins. aunt, Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, the winter months In Flrlda, have FOR. SALE Used Ford touring visiting her As a result of our labors, we are able to offer you Mr. W. M. Potts, of Olaton. R. 1, returned to their old home town,and Mr. Bratcher, this week. TAYLOR & MORRIS, Car. left Wednesday on a prospecting trip and are with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ben : : literally the pick of Ky. Hartford, the best, a splendid array of de-- ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, of to the 'oil fields of .Burknett, Texas. nett. week end guests He will visit relatives while there. ; pendable merchandise, unequaled in values, superior Mr. Sam Riley, of Owensboro, spent Owensboro, wore the Miss Emma Park" will leave the Monday and Tuesday here, with his of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. in style just the things, to supply ydur needs to your We carry a complete line of Good last of this week for Clear Run and family. Equip your vicinity, to spend some two months Z entire satisfaction. A. C. Porter spent tho week year Casings and tubes. Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. car with, the best, and reduce your with her brothers, Messrs. Joe E., Miss Etta Holder and Mrs. Rowan end with her Herbert, C. T. Park, and their troubles to the minimum. Anthony Robertson, of Hetlin. Holbrook went to Owensboro, We want you to see our splendid lines, as we lay ACTON BROS. 46t2 Black, of Owensboro, MIbs Ina E. them before you as examples of our ability to serve We have a large assortment of curMiss Marguerite Taylor, Messrs. Mrs. F. L. Mr. Ben Lewis, of Owensboro, Is Is visiting her sister, you efficiently, which is our highest aim, Walter Moore and M. 'E. Hosier, of rent Magazines and Periodicals. and Mr. Lauterwasser. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Owensboro, motored to Hartford Sun Come In and look over our list. We Bratcher. Mr. Whittier Rogers, of Beaver day, and spent the day with Miss Mar will carry all of the best at our WE EXTEND TO ALL A CORDIAL INVITA47t2 Restaurant., ulways Dam, has gone tp Plkesvlllo, Ky., tha Pate. Kokomo. casings and tubes TION TO VISIT OUR STORE. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. accepted a position. on hand, ready for your service at where he has The New Perfection Oil Stovo is the ACTON BROS. 46t2 Quarterly Meetlng'of the Hartford D. C. White, of Horse Branch, was recognized king of all stoves, yhen it saving charge at Goshen will be held next M.'X Master appointed Guardian of Troy, Jou- - comes to real cooking and and Mr. Peto Thomas fuel. Wo stand behind every stove Saturday, May 22, at 11 o'clock A. M. White. Schroader were in Owensbo ettie, Clarence and Elmer Thomas and again Sunday morning at 11 we Bell. ro, Friday, ACTON BROS. , o'clock. Both services will bo conD. Bean, who travels for N6t2 Mr. Ira i! ducted by Rev. L. K. May. daughter, the Samuels & Bros. Clothing Co., Mr. 0. F. Wallace and The Blue Ribbon Stove rhas short spent Sunday here, with his family. of near Roslne, were in Hartford, The high-bre- d saddle and'harness flue, heats quickly and consumes but last Friday. celebrated MASTERS little oil; DOES NOT SMOKE, it stallion Maxie Tenbrook owned by We have tho Tobacco Planter. It saves your back saves you money, oil and time. Let Dr. L. Bi Bean, will stand at the HartREPAIR That old Deerlng or you to plant tobacco us refer you to our satisfied custom- ford Fair Grounds this season. This Mower while tho weather la and enables fine young horse can pace a mile In ers before you purchase. when It can notbe done otherwise. tiHMiiiiiiiiiiitmn-KHnttHiiiiini- . had. Get your repairs of 2 minutes and 12 seconds. 44tf W. E! ELLIS & BRO. 44t4 W, E. ELLIS & BRO. 46t4 B. ELLIS & BRO W. 44t4 i : - Carson & Co.!; Hartford, Kentucky. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued from 3rd page) Ellis, S. II., same llonn. J. E., aamo Jiartin, 0. C, snmo 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.80 2.80 2.00 2.00 Tlnsley, O. It., same Dennett, E. L., samo Pirtle, II. It., same Shown, C. B., same 3. GO S.OO Murphy, P. P., same 3.60 Davis, Jas. T., samo 20.00 2.00 Mitchell, J. E., same 15.00 2.00 Baker, TIce, samo 80.00 Kirk. A. D.. rent 4.40 Taul, W. A., samo Ky. & Ind. Tr. Co., storage etc 19.35 4.40 Muffett, J. W., same 15.22 Lou. Chem. Co., disinfectant. 2.00 Miller, Leo P., same 12.50 Lindley, Jno., team 2.00 -Medcalf, T. II., samo Lannnm, 1. sh., i.iuor i.iu 3.90 Stevens, S. L., samo Likens & Leach, gasoline etc. 114.24 3.90 James, J. A., samo 52.20 Moore, J. L grading etc 2.00 Cooper, Isnac, samo 1.91 Mldkiff, A. W., nails 2.00 Taylor, S. C, snmo 5.00 Miller, Leo P., hauling 4.50 J. L., samo Moore, 32.64 Muffett, Jno., lbr., 4.50 Herrell, V. O., samo 12.00 Marlowe, Wilbur, team 2.00 N. M.. samo Tavlor. 8.00 Morris, E. L., same 2.00 N., samo Berryman, J. Medcalf, Martha E., interest . 15.00 4.00 samo Carter, J. T., Moxley, C. S., surveying . . . 33.05 4.00 Fulkerson ,S. L.( samo 40.05 Moseley, Hess., lbr 2.00 Hayden, L. O., same McHenry Mfg. & Mch. Co., re 2.00 "Woodburn, L. C, same 5.10 pairs 4.00 Maddox, W. H., samo 2.50 Oiler, Gene, blacksmithing.. 4.00 Read, L. T., same 7.00 Porter, L. L., labor 2.00 Clark, J. I., samo1.25 Phelps, O. P., nails 2.00 Hunter, S. C, samo 5.00 Payton, Fred, hauling 4.40 Keown, K. H., same 2.00 Phegley. Owen, labor 4.40 Howard, B. C, samo 39.70 Patton, Cicero, lbr 2.00 Itanney, C. W., samo 15.12 Patton, Clarence, lbr 2.00 Langford, W. I., same 3.00 Pendleton, Dr. E. B., Ex. lun. 4.40 Christian, G. J., same Rough River lbr. Co., lbr.. . . 436.95 4.40 Geary, V. C, same 170.05 Same, same 2.00 Crowder, M. V., same Rockport Coal Co., nails etc. . 27.40 2.00 Hoover, R. M., election officer Robertson, P. R. & Sons, lbr.. 100.35 3.95 Hatler, "W. W., same 9.00 Russell, J. J., team 3.95 Crowder, H. T., samo 8.64 Richardson, B. E., lbr 2.00 Monroe, J. B., same 6.26 Roach, Ernie, lbr. etc 2.00 Schroader, M. C, same Render, Herman, labor, team 49.60 2.80 Smith, Ellis, same 300 Render, Robert, labor 2.80 Sandefur, E. T., same 8.55 Same, same 2.00 Park, J. A. C, same 53.01 Reneer, L. C, lbr 2.00 Will, same Chick, Rowe, A. B. & Co., black 2.80 Miller, Archie C, same 3.25 smithing 2.80 P., same Coleman, R. 27.70 Rowe, L. K., grading 2.00 S. L., same Stevens, 16.00 Rusher. Henry, team 2.00 Casebier, J. F., samo 15.00 Rice, B. F., com 3.00 'Smith, A. M., samo 2.50 Same, per diem 12.00 3. 01 Render, E. F., same 16.00 5.50 Same, team 2 00 Smith, W. C, same 12.00 7.25 Rice, Ed., same -- aleyers, Claude, same 2.00 16.00 161.73 Rusher, Robert, team 3.15 Ross, Alvin, same 2.00 4.00 Rusher, R. A., labor 3.15 Funk, Ira D., labor Rowe, C. W., same 9.00 4.00 Rice, George, same 2.00 Funk, Clyde, same Brown, W. E., same 8.00 5.00 Rice, Forest, same 2.00 Fulkerson, Erk, team Plummer, Robert, same 8.00 3.90 Ford, Dr. E.W., Ex. lunacy. . 15.00 Rice, E. F., team Addlngton, Ray, same 5. S3 40.00 Rhoads, J. H., lbr 3.90 Same, operating France, A. L,., same 16.00 5.50 Rice, Forrest, team 2.00 Gray, Tom, sills Morton, Ross, same 6.00 3.44 Rodgers, J. E., labor 2.00 Gabbert, E. F., hauling etc. . Doone, Fred, same 12.50 6.00 Romans, M. D., hauling 5V20 Gray, Sherman, same Park, W. M., same 10.00 7.00 Rhoads, Butler, labor 5.20 Gross, Chas., labor Smith, J. W., same 6.00 12.85 Rhoads, Cecil, same 2.00 Gillespie Bros., blacksmithing Miller, E. H., samo 7.00 Rhoads, Seth, same 3i.?u 2.00 Grant, Lud., team Miller, R. T., same 4.00 9.00 Rhoads, Hill, same 5.20 HJnes, A., team Ford, W. P., same 3.S2 9.00 Richardson, Booker, sills 5.20 Hoover, James D., same V. A., samo Matthews, 16. GO Rhoads, B. C, committee . . . 15.00 2.00 Herrell. AV. O.. sills Cheek, J. P., same 12.06 20.00 Same, per diem 2.00 Hunley, L. E., labor Neel, R. O., same ' 4.ou Rilev. Dr. A. B.. ex. lunacy. 30.00 Hardister, Tom, lbr. 5.60 Haynes, W. H., samo 27.00 Rogers, Dr. E. P.. same 5.60 McKinley, F. T same 6.65 Richeson, S. L., hauling 2.00 Jteynolds, F. M samo 6.00 Robinson, Clarence, team . . 2.00 Phillips, W. H., samo 7.50 A FRIEND Riggs, Virgil, hauling COO "IT WAS Payne, S. M., same 3.00 Rowe, G. W., committee. . .. COO Dowell, Rufus, same 12.00 Same, per diem 2.00 Duff, O. W., same . HE SAYS Smith, A. C, nails IN NEED" 2.00 2.00 Davison, Chas., same , 22.20 Shown, Virgil, lbr 5.20 "Miller, J. E., samo 10.00 Scott; Ruben, labor 5.20 Daniel, T. W., samo 1G.00 Southard, J. L., sills 2.00 Stevens, Henry, samo 24 00 So Run Down He Shull, W. D., team 2.00 Railroad Man Was Patterson, M. S., samo 3.00 Shields, Estill, hauling 3.60 Could Hardly Stay On Job Blair, W. P., same 99.70 Shields, W. H.. labor 3.60 Cundiff, C. B., same 10. uu Feels Like New Man Now Stevens, Sam L., com 2.00 Hudson, C. D., same 12 00 Same, per diem 2.00 Magan, O. C, samo 97.70 j Stlmpson, J. V., lbr Ashley, Morgan, samo 3.90 Stearsman, S. J., team 3.90 Daniel, Henry same "Tanlac certainly proved to bo a Shaver, Felix, team ji tit) . Mosley, Ira, same 2.00 3.50 2.00 friend in need to me, for when I Same, same ser. as A. H. K 38S.31 Chapman, Hardin, same same 3.40 started taking it 1 was In a badly Smith, Charlie, Rowan, G. C, 3.00 Shown, Clarence, lbr 3.40 Owen, Roy, same 12.50 n condition, but I am now Schroader. M. C. labor 2.00 Tanner, T. F., same .. 7.00 2.00 Harris, D. M same the best of health," said Fred Snell, Sam., bural clothes. Standard Printing Co., book 12.00 SO 3. Klmmel, L. A., same . 3.40 3. SO Walthers, 1816 Pool street, Toledo, Swain, C. M., log chain etc.. Helty, G. R., samo 6.00 2.00 Ohio, an employe at the Pennsylva- Shreve, P. T., team Barnard, Jno., same 12.00 Shown, Ed., per diem "Wood, J. H., same 2.00 nia Rallroaad Shops. 13.25 Stevens, R. F., lbr Render, Iris, same 3.90 3.00 "For quite a while I had been suf- Stone, W. E., conveying tramp 2.00 Hill, T. A., samo 17.75 Tlchenor, A. B., samo 3.90 fering from stomach trouble," added Thomas Bros., nails etc 4.75 2.00 Mr. Walthers. "My appetite was so Tucker, Rowan, labor Bell. M. C, same 75.05 "Willis, O. P. same 4.40 poor I had to force down every Taylor, J. W., lbr Thomas, J. W., samo 4.40 mouthful I ate and especially In the Tlchenor, Worth, services . . . 198.00 12.00 Taylor, Ollle, hauling 2.00 Free, Roma, same 2.00 mornings, when I seldom ate any Taylor, Dr. J. W., ex. lunacy . 12.00 Carter, C. C, samo -'.ou Howard, W. F., samo 4.50 breakfast at all, usually drinking Thomason, Joe, hauling 29.94 Greer, J. A., samo 4.50 only a small cup of coffee. The little Wornlca &. Lewis, lbr 18.00 Edgo, Sam, same 2.00 I did manage to eat soured almost at Williams. Wilbur, labor 10.00 Moseley, D. D same 2.00 once and gas pressed against my Williams, Charlie, same 10.00 Warren, W. L., labor Dennis, T. C. election officer 3. SO 63.54 Shepherd, J. T., samo 3.80 heart so at times it was difficult for Samo, samo etc storage 4.00 McMillln, G. C, same 2.00 me to breathe. I also suffered with Williams, A. J., & Son, reScott. O. E., same 2.00 severe headaches nearly all the timo Williams, J. D. 6. SO pairing etc Mldkiff, S. G same 6.00 nnd at times would have dizzy spells 5.00 Weatherford, A. M., road bed Skinner, W. R., same 6.00 16.00 Howe, Abe, same 2.00 when It was just about all I could Whltler, Herbert, team 14.00 I'was u Taylor, L. J., same Whltler, John, team 2.00 do to keep from falling. 1.90 Bratcher, C. M., samo 5.40 able to get but little sleep and al- Wilson, Luther, nails Renfrow, J. E same 5.40 ways got up In the mornings feeling Wedding, Emma, road bed. 60.00 making Fin. Arnold, C. W same 2.00 being ablo W&od, J. H., 40.00 statement Haven, Claud, same 2.00 tired and wornout. Not to eat scarcely anything and loss of York, J. B., lbr 111.06 Smith, L. M., same 2.80 29.30 Bennett, L. C, same 2.80 Bleep with my other troubles was Same, samo 22.68 4 Park, D. M., samo 2.00 telling on me and I began to lose Same, same .00 Smith, C. I)., samo 2.00 strength very fast and finally it was Sinnett. II. T., election officer 2.00 Curtley, E. B., same Ellis, Ernest, same 3.50 just about all I could do to do my Barnard, E. P., same 2.00 Philips, George, samo 3.50 2.00 Keown, Cal P. same Southard, J. L samo 2.00 work at the railroad shops." 2.00 Brown, C. M., same 2.00 "I had tried several different med- Martin. O. C, samo 2.00 Brown, Q. B., per diem 3.00 icines without receiving any bene- Bean, J. E., same 2.00 Blankenshlp, W. C, same . . . 3.00 fit from them, when ono of the boys Barnett, S. T same 2.00 Dean, W. S., same Parks, W. H., same 3.00 2.80 Daugherty, W. C, same 3.00 at the shop who had been greatly Bennett, E. L samo 2.80 Rice, B. F same 3.00 benefited by Tanlac advised mo to Tinsley, O. R., same Rowe, G. W., same 2.00 3.00 give it a trial and as he was so loud Carson, W. R., same 2.00 Rhoads, B. C, samo 3.00 in his praise about it I decided to Balrd, Hardin, samo 3.60 Shown, Ed., samo Davis, James T same 3.00 3.60 Stevens, Sam L., same 3.00 take his advice. Well, fair, to make Murphy, A. G same 2.00 Acton Bros., nails etc.... 13.22 a long story short, it proved to be the Mitchell, J. E., same ' 2.00 Samo, mdse, jail 14.28 very thing I needed, and It was only Cox, Albert, same Same, same A. II., 4.40 4.70 a short while before I had a splendid Medcalf, T. H same 4.40 A., same Adklns, Verdie .blacksmithappetite and now I can just eat any- Taul, W. J. W., same ing 2.00 Muffett, 36.55 Albin, T. A., same 2.00 4.10 thing I want without its hurting me Miller, Lee P., same get a good Cooper, Isaac, same I always 3.90 Bartlett, R. D lumber 20.00 a particle. 3.90 Bartlett, Ernest samo 72.95 night's sleep and get up in the morn- Stevens, S. L., same 2.00 Bennett, W. P., nails etc. . . . 10.25 ings feeling fine and ready for a Taylor, S. C, same Bollamy, J. A., Interest 2.00 21.00 James, Clarence, same Drown, Q. B committee 16.50 good day's work, which I can now Taylor, R. T., same 4.50 Same, per diem 12.00 do with ease. Tanlac has made life C. L. Elliott, same 4.50 Bean, W. J., labor etc 16.89 worth living for mo and I will only Berryman, J. N., samo 2.00 2.00 Deavor Dam Pig. Mill, lumbe too glad to recommend it whenev- Benton, Q. M., same 4.00 17.65 er I have an ber etc Carter, J. T same opportunity." Byers, W. S.. same 6.80 4.00 Robertson, R. D., same Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. Woodburn, E. C, same Bean, Dr. L. B medicine... 150.45 2.00 6.00 L. B. Bern, in Horse Branch by Ola-to- n Fulkerson, S. L., same 2.00 Boll, M. W., labor 10.00 Boll, S. M., team 4.00 Drug Co., In Rockport by James Maddox, W. II., samo 10,00 Browning, In Cromwell by Boll, Marvin, samo 4.00 C, same Wallace Hunter S.II., same V' 2.00 10.00 & Hell, Marlon, same Ross, A. nn(1 ,n Beaver Dam by R. T. Porter Bishop. Roscoe, hauling . . . 9.00 McDanlel, L. A., samo 2.00 4.40 5.00 'Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. Brown, W. E., team Keown, N. II., same Bnrnett, A. M., isamo Uarnett, Sam, 8amo ....... .... .... - .... BartlP t. Ernest, lbr Baize, W. II., soap Blankenshlp, V. C, services. Same, per diem Samo, making Fin. Stat Bradley & Gilbert Co., election supplies Bratcher, S. A., services Brown, Jno. B., hailing Bell, C. L., repars etc.... Bellamy, J. A., lbr Brooks & Street, nails Brown, J. L.., making Fin. St. Bank of Hartford, Interest. . . Samo, samo Cooper Coal Co., coal Chinn, E. L., labor Casebier, J. F., dynamite etc. Same, samo Same, fuse caps etc Clark, J. I., team Carson & Co., Mdse, A. H.., Snmc, samo for jail Curry, Raymond, team Curry, Joe, samo Curtis, Leonard, labor Chancellor, Albert, same Same, samo Chancellor, J. W., samo Same, samo Craig, Bradley, team Craig, Charlie, samo Craig, C. A., labor Cooper, Arch, lbr., Calvert, B. F., same Cabbage, Jesse, team . .... Cabbage, Oris, labor Campfleld, G. W., lbr Duke, R. A., hauling Durham, S. L lbr. etc Dexter & Vincent, nails Duncan, James, team Same, same Dean, W. S., Com Same, per diem Daugherty, W. C, com Same, per diem Davis, J. H., hauling Davis, Floyd, labor '. Duff, Dr. J. A., Ex. lunacy. . Engler, L. S team Elder, SI., same Same ,samo Eskridge, Joe, hauling Ezell, Ollle, sills Evans. Reat. labor Ellis, W. E. & Bro., tile "air & Co., window shades. . . Felix, H. T lbr Fuqua, Estill, hauling Fentress, PInkey, lbr Free, Walter, same Fuqua, R. B same Brook, Msh, labor 4.00 21.63 $5.00 372.65 12.00 40.00 130.38 46.95 20.S5 2.00 9.50 3.00 40.00 600.00 240.00 148.95 12.50 52.45 8.15 20.83 21.00 122.11 8.00 15.00 15.00 2.10 8.40 2.10 IS. 50 3.50 14.00 16.00 9.00 56.94 5.75 5.00 3.00 212.73 10.00 24.55 6.80 14.00 3.50 15.00 12.00 9.00 12.00 10.00 4.00 3.00 10.50 7.50 4.00 35.70 14.00 11.00 31.55 9.00 5.05 .... ... Haynes, W. II., dynamite etc Huff, J. S., sills etc Hartford Herald, prtg. etc. . . Hamilton, Ed., lbr Harl, Willie, team Hub Clothing Co., mdse A. 11 Samo, samo jail Hlckey, Theo, labor James, Clarence, powder etc. Henry, James, team Jeffries, I. N., fuse etc Kitchens, W. II., lbr Same, cash Keith, W. II., labor Kcown, Geo., team Kcown. Floyd, team Kirk. W. L.. dynamite Harper, W II, team Heddon, E., labor 6.50 8.00 15.50 15.00 69.20 2.00 6.00 29.75 42.35 20.00 8.05 5.00 21. G5 34.05 1.75 1.00 .... .... .... .... .... ...... Lnukford, W. I., same . . . Ranney, C. V., samo Lankford, Everett, .samo . . Geary, V. C, samo . . , . Christian, G. J., same . . Boyd, B. L., lamo Crowder, Jl, B.. samo . . . , Thompson, C. II , iamo . , Rnley, E. C, 11.1110 Monroe, Jack, sume . . . Schroader, M. C, a&ma Taylor, W. B same Blankenshlp, Jesse, same . Reld, D. B snmo Smith, E. C, samo Colcmnn, R. P., same . . . . Kcown, G. W., snmo Hodges, C. P., snmo Cooper, J W., samo . . . . Render, E F samo James, 3am, same Myers, Claud, samo . . . . Rogers, E. F., samo . . . Bean, W. H., samo riummer, Robt., same . . . Brown, W. E., same . . . ... j Bishop, O. M., same Franco, A L., same . . . Addlngton, W. M., samo . Alexander, John, same . . Igleheart, Clinton, samo Smith, A. E., same Marlow, L., same Park, W. M., same Canary, R. B samo Reynolds, J. M., same . . Kirk, W. G., same Howard, David, same . . . Hoover, Neel, same Phillips, S. L same . . Reynolds, Frank, same . Haynes, J. C, samo . . . Phillips, W. H., same . . . Pollard, Grant, same . . . Davison, Charlie, same . . Duff, Ollle, same Walker, C. H., same . . . Miller, J. E., same Crawford, L. C, samo . . Patterson, M. S., samo . . . Felix, H. T., same . . . Blair, Walter, same uunciirr, u. u., samo . . iiuuson, (j. u., same . . Magan, O. C, samo . Davis, J. H., same Patton, Clarence, samo Moseley, Ira, same Daniel, Henry, same . (Continued on 7th page) I j 4.40 2.00 2.00 4.40 4.40 2.00 2.00 3.95 3.95 2.00 2.00 2.80 DIRBCTORY CIRCUIT COURT. k Judge R. W. Slack, Owemboro. C. E. Smith, Hart- Coin'tli. Attorney ford, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. 2.S0 2.00 Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Hartford. 2.00 2.S0 1st Monday In March IS days 2.S0 BEAVER DAM. W. T. McKeanojv Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooperv Marshal R. F. Stevens. Ch'm'n. Board FORDSVILLE. W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. Ch'm'n. Board mm Com'th. and Civil. 2.00 2.00 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. 1.00 1st Monday in July 13 days 3 00 Com'th. and Civil. 1 00 3d Monday in September 13 days 2 00 Civil. ;i.J5 3.15 4th Monday in November 13 days 2.00 Com'th. and Civil. 2 00 s no COUNTV COURT. 3.90 Meots first Monday In each month. 2.00 Judge Mack Cook. 2.00 County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. 5.20 6.20 Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. 2.00 Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. 2.00 Superintendent E. S. Howard. 5.20 Jailer Worth Tlchenor. 6.20 Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. 2.00 2.00 Surveyor C. S. Moxley. 5.60 Coroner E. P. Rodgers. 2.00 6.60 FISCAL COURT. 2.00 Meets first Tuesday In April and 6.00 6.00 October. 2.00 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, 2.00 Route 3. 5.20 5.20 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav2.00 er Dam. 2.00 Srd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 3.60 4U District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow3.60 2.00 2.00 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-town- . I 3.90 3.90 0th District W. S. Dann, Dundee. 2.00 2.00 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvillo. 8th District B. C. Rhoadea, Hartford, Route 6. n. Jl OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRESENT XUAK County Board of Education E. S Howard, S. S. 0.,C. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Routo 6. Dlv. No. 2. Dlv. No. 3. II. C. Lako, Fordsvillci Claud Renfrow. Dun-- dee. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosinc-- . Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Lindley, . 4.' County Board of Examiners: E. & Howard, Mrs. Birdie Mldkiff and) Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th- 17th. EXAMINATIONS . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTQ R A F .... ... .... .... Surgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the first treatment is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, Bornzone Is the ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m nARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebier. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Marshal Ed J. Bratcher. (White). Juno 25 and 26 County and State? Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Sept. 17 and IS County and State Teachers' Examination at Hnrtford,. (White). , Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Common School DIplomn May 14 and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvillo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Examination nt Hartford, (White). May 28 and 29 County Teachers" Examlnotion at Hartford, (Colored). Juno IS and 19 County nnd StatO' Teachers Examination at FordsvllleM Teachers' Examination (Colored). State at Hartford. Every "Woman Wants 4 Mothers I FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douchei itop mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and aore eye Economical. H peine catarrh, ulceration and MSlFrevS verinira: For the Children e inflam- .... About Gone Many women thousands of Buffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell Scrlo miil. citnoniuiity tlusuns in J scrnicU.1 pnwrr. Frta. JOj. til dnjttiiU. or pctia bf IhtPntanToUrtCompmr. Potion. Mm Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms A Seventy-fiv- years contin- uous use is the best testimonial Keep FREY'S VERMIFUGE run-dow- .... can offer you. .... cfHayne.N.C. "1 could! Su;eeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female veaknesse" they are the supremo remedy, oi thousands have testified. BittLfS is the best hand. It will help keep the little ones happy and healthy. 30c a bottle at your dnics"ta cr general store ; or if your dealer a bottle always on w fjSO can't lupplyyou.aend hit name and 30c in itamna and we'll end you a bottle promptly. L&S. m FEEY, FUiimwt, Hi). .... .... .... .... .... not stand on my feet, and' ust suffered terribly,'" she says. "As my suffering was so great, and" he had tried other remedies, Dr. had us I began get Cardui. . improving, and It cured me. 1 know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." it FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR HOW'S YOUR BLOOD ? GERMINAL REMEDY A -- Pimples and Eruptions Mean Bad Blood People who have impure or Impoverished blood should bo careful to tako only a temperance remedy made of wild roots and barks, such as Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ia and has been for nearly 50 years. Ingredients printed on wrapper. The first day you start to take this reliable medicine, impure germs and accumulations begin to separate in the blood and are then expelled through the eliminative organs. . Trealmenl .V bVttalaBLr TAKE WWmw VV. 7Z for WEAK- LUNGS or CONSUMPTION feellnc, A Quick relict for that tired, coughs, pslns la chest, night sweats, consumption. If it weak lungs or you It costs you oothlag. f LOCK BOX 010 OHIO MEDICAL GO, hemor-thaie- CARDU! The Woman's Tonic She writes further: 41 am In splendid health . , . can do my work. 1 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 FOR.ONE MONTH COLUMBUB.Q. i, .... .... .... .... In place of the Impurities, the arteries and veins gradually get fresh vitalized blood and the action of this good blood on the skin means that pimples, boils, carbuncles, eczema, rash, acne and many ekin blemishes will disappear. Then you must remember that when the blood is right, the liver, stomach, bowels and kidneys become healthy, active and vigorous and yon will have no more trouble with indigestion, backache, headache. Get Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery at any medicine deal ers, in tablet or liquid form, or send 10c. for trial package to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. to-d- USE LI V-V- ER L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation., . i .... .... .... .... ...... ...... .... their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. Write Dr. Pierce for free confidential medical advice or for free booklet on any chronic disease. Lenoir, N. 0. "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a great medicine for me in building me up when I feel in health. It gives me strength and flesh. I have been using it at different times for thirty years or more. I began its nse for.catarrb, with catarrh remedy prenared by 'Dr. Pierce, and it greatly relieved me. I can heartily recommend the 'Discovery as MRS. LUCY a blood medicine." BEAQH, tla, i, Leaojr, N, .0, run-dow- n All Druggists Jia ,,.... t Feel.richt all tho time. Don't ky oft from work for daya by taking calomel when pleasant Lie- - Var-Lo- x keeps yoij on your feet, while relieving your troujbt le. Safer too, and easy to toko. Donl take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tem and relieves constipation. A nab ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur in its effect and certain in results. be long before Lie Ve.ax will completely displace calomel in ever home.t Children can tako it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Non genuine without the likeness and sign turo of I K. Grigsby, For ealo by r M, SZUiUsUIf, jEfcrtTstf, KB M i' rar- -' FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY k (Continued from Gtli pngo) Moorman, Hayden, samo TIchenor, Frank M., snmo . . . Dames, D. II., samo Dnltzoll, D. S., fence post . . . Hudson, Estes, team etc... Tlnsley, AV. S ex. to Frank- .... 1.50 3.15 1.50 7.10 14.75 22.42 15.00 3.00 35.00 SUGAR TO STAY UP 3 YEARS IIOOA'EU W 3.40 Balrd, A. L., hauling Shaver, L. I)., samo 3.40 TIchenor, Frnnk, labor llotbrook, O. S., satno 2.00 Smlloy, J. AV., rond bed Tanner, T. P., Bamo 2.00 Thomas, J. II., ex. to Frank Comlltt, U. S., Bnmo 12.70 3.80 Holscy, D. R., enmo fort 5.90 2.80 Tlchonor, Cecil, hnullng etc . Maddox, II. T., snmo 4.25 2.00 Schroader, N. A., brooms . . Evorly, Arthur, snmo 2.00 Pendleton, Dr. E. B., ox. to Wood, P. L., samo 1G.70 3.90 Loulsvlllo 1918 Tlchcnor, A. I!., samo 18,40 3.90 Snmo, snmo 1919 Uondcr, Iris, snmo 5.00 2.00 Babbitt, Logan, hauling IIII1, Thco, snmo 14.70 2.00 Sullenger, George, labor Uell, M. C, samo 1 4.70 4.40 Collins, Frank, labor AVhltehouso, J. T., snmo COO 4.40 Tlchcnor, Cecil, samo AVcsterfleld, II. II., snmo 8.30 2.00 King, John, papering Shultz, J. T., samo 9.oo 2.00 Sullenger, George, labor Carter, C. C, samo 19.50 4.60 AValker, Mnrtln, plastering.. Patton, J. L snmo 39.81 Edge, Sam., salo 4.50 Stevens, Sam L., expenses.. 3.75 Moscloy, D. D., snmo 2.00 Barnett, A. M., hauling .50 2.00 Pnrk, Cecil, cleaning offtco. Greer, J. A., snmo 7.00 3.80 Grlgsby, S. A., samo Dennis, Clnrcnco, samo .50 3.80 Pnrk, Cecil, cleaning office. McMllIln, G. T., samo 9.90 2.00 Nail, Ed., labor Scott, O. E samo 6.00 2.00 AA'nlkor, Martin, plastering . Shepherd, J. T., samo 1.50 . COO Hlncs, Sam, labor Taylor, C. E anmo 10.00 COO Shultz, Ozna, postago stamps Howe, Abo, snmo 15.60 Taylor, L. J., snmo 2.00 Tlchonor, Cecil, labor' 1.43 2.00 Hartford Motor Co., repairs Jtldklff, S. O., snmo 11.70 C.40 TIchenor, Cecil, hauling Havens, Claud, samo 11.10 5.40 James, Delmer, labor Howell, O. 11., Bamo 9.00 . 2.00 Cardcn, D samo . ., Crabb, E. E., samo 3.00 2.00 Jarnagln, J. J., samo Tlonfrow, J. E., snmo 5.00 2.80 Chlnn, Albert, labor Porter, V. M., snmo 2.50 2.80 Smith, AV. D., team Lonoy, L. 1I samo 25.50 2.00 Martin,. R. B labor Dennett, Les, samo 5.10 2.00 Same, cash Park, D. M., snmo 6.23 3.50 Hnrtford, Motor Co., wheel . . Drown, Q. B., snme 8.00 3.50 Johnson, T. J lnbor McConnell, Owen, samo 2.55 2.00 Ilor, J. C, paint etc., Drown, C. M., samo 9.95 2.00 RInl, Eel:., frolght Tatuni, Fred, samo 5.00 18.00 Smith, AA'. D., team Austin, I. P., hnullng 1.50 20.00 Jarnagln, J. J., labor Ashloy, Morgan, team 4.50 COO James, Delmar same Ashley Hardin, same 6.00 team G.00 Martin, R. B 'Barnard L. T., hnullng TIchenor, Cecil, driving truck 18.00 Dradley Gllbort & Co., elec9.00 41. SO Borrass, M.. M., labor tion supplies 9.00 G.00 James, Delmar, samo Drown, Q. D., commltteo... 6.00 3.00 Jarnagln, J. J., same Snme, per diem 7.50 Drntchor, S. A., services . ., 218.20 Cardcn. Derwood, samo 9.00 0.00 Smith, AA'. D., samo Same, snmo 9.00 3.00 Harrison, Thomas, same Dlnnkcnshlp, AV. C, por diem 1.50 2C0S Harrison, Clarence, same . . . Craig, Clins., lumber 10.00 7.00 Martin, R. D., same Cralg. Dradley, lnbor 15.00 2.25 Same, team Day Harvey, sills 9,90 9.00 Samo, expenses Daughcrty AV. C, commltteo. AV. D., team 15.00 3.00 Smith, Samo, Per diem 10,00 Smith, Jesso, same 15.00 Davis, J. II., team 12.00 Harrison, Thomas, samo 20.00 Davis, Floyd, samo S.OO Davis, Rupert, labor 3.00 Davis, Arthur, snmo 22.50 29.38 Gillespie Bros., blacksmlthlng Elliott, Halite, road bed 6.00 James, Delmnr, labor Elliott, II. C, sharpening gra6,00 2.00 Carden, Derwood, snmo . . . der 10.00 10.00 Martin, R. B., team Edmonds, Justice, labor.... 6.00 3.00 Smith, AA'. D labor Early, Arnott, samo 3 00 3.00 Smith, Jeso, snme Early. Geo.. Bamo 6.00 3.00 Ail try, AA'. A, samo Ford, Dr. E. W., ex. lunacy 3.00 Fulkorson, L. D., lumber . . . 22C.07 AA'esterfleld, Tymer, same . . 7.50 21. 0C Hlmes, Guy. samo Same, snmo 20.00 29.56 Harrison, Thomas, tenin Fuqua, Alva, lumber 3.00 Same, labor Fordsvlll Pelg. Mill Co., 5.75 103.90 Ellis. AA'. E. & Bro.. Ice fencing etc 3.00 4.00 Kenedy, AA'nlter, labor Funk, Eli., labor 2.10 COO Barrass, M. M., samo Farmer. Charlie, sills 3.00 Thomas Bros., shovels Glllcspio Bros., blacksmith- 3.00 17.50 A'lck. Elbert, lnbor Ing 3.00 C50 Butler, Oscar, samo , Hiuton, Boone, fuse etc.... 3.00 Humphroy. V. H., labor (Continued next week.) Hardor, Fred, team etc.... 50.00 5.50 James, T. F., nails etc 17.40 Joffrles, I. N samo 10.00 Kolloy, A. H., lnbor FOR FLETCHER'S Likens & Leach, gasoline etc. 56.17 3.00 Miller, Dob, labor 26.67 Maddox, AV. P., lumber 8.00 Moseley, Ira, team STRIKERS OUT OXE YEAR. Murphy Dros & Co., building 19S7.00 bridge Boston, May 14. Shoo workers 2.50 Oiler, Gene, samo 6.00 from the Thomns G. Plant Company Payton, Dud, labor who have been on strike for ono Pendleton, Dr. E. D.. Ex. lun3.00 year, today called a mass meeting to acy case 51.70 "comraomorato tho anniversary of the Phlegby, Oscar, sills etc 7.50 strike." About 2,700 workers walkI'hegley, Owen, labor 4.00 Patton, Joshua, hnullng 37.81 ed out on May 14, 1919, In protest Patton, Clarence, lbr 15.54 agninst the discharge of an employe Rough Rlyer Lbr. Co., lbr... 9.92 and since havo beon picketing the Same, samo 3.00 plant. Ralph, J. F., samo 6.00 Riley, Dr. A. D.. Ex. lunacy. ' e 2.50 Romans, M. D., labor AVOOLKX MILLS GIVE RAISE 8.00 Roberts, R. J., team etc 114.00 Rusher, Robt., labor etc 34.00 Boston, May 14 A wage Increase Rice, D. F., team etc 3.00 of 15 por cent was announced today Samo, por diem 3.00 by tho American AA'oolen Company. Render, Herman, labor 5.00 Ralph. Jcsso, lbr. etc ...'.. 10.00 Tho advanco will be effective nt all Rhoads, Butler, lnbor 10.00 tho fifty mills of tho company. Rhoads, Seth, Bamo 10.00 JUioads, Cecil, samo 16.00 Rhoads, B. C, labor 3.00 Samo, per dlom , 9.90 Rhoads. D. A., lbr 3.00 Rowe, G. AV., por diem 9.00 Stevens, R. F., sills otc... DO 12.25 Shown, Ernest, lbr., 9.00 Shown, Louisa, lbr 1.75 Swain, C. M., blacksmlthlng Stevens, Sam L commltteo . 15.00 3.00 S mo, per dlom Hesl-tnt- c 5.00 Folk AA'itli Thin, Pnlo Wood Stewart. A'irgo, labor Feel Uncertain 4.00 Sapp, Harlan, samo 3.00 Shown, Ed., per diem 44.50 SHOULD TAKE Taylor. AV. C, lbr 15.00 Tucker, Austin, same TIchouor, AVorth, sorvlcos . . . 48.50 Men ami AA'omcn Know 24.00 Taylor, Theo, sills etc 2.00 AVluit They AA'nnt To Do Taylor, Olllo, labor 23.35 Thomas Bros., tools and Do It. AVrlglit, Gllbort, lumbor . . . 75.00 212.34 AVornlca & Lowls, samo It may be you are Just recovering 13.50 Samo, same 4.00 from a sick spell or may be your J., samo Wilson, Thos. Claims allowed by the Ohio County system Is run down and your blood so weak that you are in a poor shape Court, for year 1919. 16.00 to resist infection A. C, A., paint 2.63 Mlschko, II. E., freight But if you don't feel and look 3.50 Phillips, Raymond, labor . . . vnn nrn not robust. Such state is 3.80 Daniel, J. A blacksmlthlng 28.00 often due to'woak blood, not enough Hopper, AVarron, labor 20.00 red blood cells, a condition known as Hopper, Luther, samo 00 Hopper Lytle, samo 20.00 anemia. "Wilson. T. D., samo for anemia Tho best remedy 18.00 Curamlngs, H. P., samo 8.00 (bloodlessnes3) with Its low mental E. L., samo Klrtloy, 5.00 and physical vigor is Gude's Popto- Tlchonor, Cecil, samo 3.G0 Mangau. Riley, AV. AV 50 ft. hoso 13.80 Cnsoblor, J. C, pnlntlng Popto-Mangweak, supplies -; i watery blood with tho verythe Stowurt, u. ai iuuui eloments THrnes, AV, A., same .7B It needs to put now Ufa Into it. It Hlnos, Snm, toam J.9 repairs, tho .and "Rucker, Horaco, labor . . . , 2.00 nin,inn Fdnn. conylng 5.00 exhausted blood, the vital nfluid of "Lother, Bennett, labor 50.00 health and life. Try nf.in s T.. road bod 30..00 If you are "run down". It cannot Sandefur, F. L.. samo 45.00 harm you it will certainly help you Kirk, A. D.. oxponsos ' d "Sullenger, Luo, labor unloss you have some Tnlbort, Earl, Bamo chronic dlseaso requiring tho physijJ.w Taylor, Lum. samo care. Be sure the natno cian's Smith, J. AV.. hauling "Gude's" is on tho package. AVithout T3aird A. L samo j..,ini w. D.. labor 1"i For It is not 1,50 "Gudo's"' Smith, Josso, samo Advertisement. sale at all druggists. 1,50 Mabanoy, J. II., samo fort .... .... AA'nshlngton, May 14 Two or three years will bo required for tho sugar situation to get back to normal, Herbert Hoover, former Food Administrator, ostlmnted today bo-fo- ro .... .... .... .... .... .... tho Houso commltteo Investigating tho sugar situation. Mr. Hoover, oxpresslng what ho opinion, assaid was nn "off-hnnserted that there would havo been a "less rapid" rlsa in domestic sugar prices had Attorney General Palmer not agreed that Louisiana producers could sell their crop at 17 and 18 cents a pound. "Prices have never been fixed by tho Government or mortal man by throats of Jail," declared Mr. Hoover. "They havo got to bo fixed by tho business process of purchase and $125,000,000 of tho $3dO,000,000 re-- 1 volvlng fund provided In tho trans- -' portatlon act bo loaned to railroads Immediately for tho acquisition of ) equipment. For additions and betterments the association recommended that $73,-- 1 000,000 bo advanced tho roads. It also asked that $12,000,000 bo loaned to short lino roads; that $50,000,000 bo set aside temporarily to tako care of railroad obligations maturing In 1920 and that the balance of approximately $40,000,000 be held In. reserve, for claims and judgments against the Railroad Administration. m What Means Most To You Is What We Try Most To Give There is only one Avay to buy an implement economically. Buy it on the basis of its earning power. Buy it for its ability to do good Avork for you right from the start, and year after year. It is our aim to give full earning power every time Ave sell a farm implement. That is Avhy Ave buy from firms that take every care to maintain their reputation for making only good implements. That is Avhy Ave handle the folloAving lines : John Deere PIoav Company, Fairbanks, Morse & Co., De Laval Separator Co., Hercules Gas Engine and Buggy Co., Simmons HardAvare Company, OAvensboro Wagon Co., Malleable Monarch Range Co. They have, by selling QUALITY, forged ahead and have stood the test of time, Avhile others making a cheaper grade (just as good) have failed and are forgotten. Your repair question is solved Avhen you buy from us for you can ahvays get repairs. Did you ever buy and off brand and later try to get repairs? Use your best judgment and see us before you buy. sale." Tho witness said the Cuban price was duo to a "far wider causo tho world's shortage." Purchaso of the Cuban crop last July with Government control over distribution would havo given tho peoplo 12 cent sugar at this time sugar, Mr. Hoover Instead of testified. "If I had boon in control of the sltuatlonin July," said he, "I would have recommended to Congress that It tnke over the entire Cuban crop and put continued powers over distribution In the hands of the Sugar Equalization Board." Reverting to the Louisiana situation, Mr. Hoover said ho understood the crop was short and that there probably was some Justice In the larger price. Ho thought, howover that it had Influenced Cubans to stimulate the price of their product. 25-ce- nt ragged wounds, collar and harness galls heal up quickly when Ballard's Snow Llfil-meIs applied. It is both healing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 60c, and $1.10 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m Barbed, wire cuts, nt .... .... ... .... .... .... fr .... ...... .... .... .... ... Do Your Best. Everyone should do all ho can to provide for his family and In order to do this bo must keep his physical system In tho best condition possible No ono can reasonably hope to do much when ho Is halt sick a good share of the time. If you are constipated, bilious or troubled with indigestion get a package of Chamberlain's Tablets and follow tho plain printed directions, and you will sool bo feeling alright and able to do a day's work. in LODGE'S FAA'ORITE BOOK. Swiss investigators who made numerous blood tests of different nationalities that wcro brought together In Mesopotamia at tho time' of tho lato war have come to the conclusion that the peoples of Asia and Africa originated Independently of those of Europe. Examination and classification of blood elements from representatives of various nationali ties showed three distinct classes of peoples. In ono were tho English, French, Italians, Greeks, Bulgarians and Serbians. In an Intermediate group were Arabs, Turks, Russians and Jews. In the third group were natives of Madagascar and Indo- Chlna, negroes and AVest Indians. These findings have led tho investigators to suggest the dual origin of tho human species, tho Intermediate group being regarded as a fusion of the two archetypes m J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. Cumberland Phone. , Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers), aro flatulence sallow complexion, symptoms of a torpid liver. No one-cafeel well while the liver Is inactive. Herblne 13 a powerful liver stimulant. A dose or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try it. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio .m County Drug Company. XO DOOZE, NO DAXQUET Fanners Phone. P. S. There is no better time than right NOW Jo buy that De Laval. ...... .... Oliildren Cry CASTO R A story Is going around AVashlng-to- n to the effect that a newspaper man asked Senator Lodge what book Tho h6 found most Interesting. Massachusetts senator, who Is a great scholar and roador, replied, with a quizzical smile, that what ho was giving most attention to at present AA'ilson." was "Pudd'n-hea- d A '. Sallow complexion is due to a torpurifies and pid liver. Herblne strengthens the liver and bowels and restores the rosy bloom of health to the cheek. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. $5,000,000 m AA'ORTII Henry AA'atterson, the veteran Louisville editor, declined an Invitation to tho dinner of the New Yo Press Club on tho ground that tho trip was too long for' a "dry carouse." In his letter to the club "Marse Henry" said: "I am a prohibitionist with modifications: a female suffragist with limitations, but not wholly a damn fool. I am still, let me say, ono of tho boys a bit battered and out of the ring, but I can sit up and take notice, and I like to see it going on." BIG LAND SALE On May 27th, 1920 At 1:30 O'clock P.M. There will be sold at Aberdeen, in Butler Co., Ky., about 1,400 acres of Coal, Timbered and Fanning Lands, knoAvn as the Aberdeen Coal Co. Land, and the Aberdeen Feny at public auction to settle the estate of the late Mrs. N. J. Wilford. This land is located on Green River just beloAV Morgan-toAvand is the land on Avhich thd Aberdeen Coal Mine Avas once operated. It is said that there are good prospects for oil upon it. There is a good farm in operation upon this land Avith farm houses and out buildings. The Aberdeen Ferry is equipped Avith neAv ferry boat and Avill be sold including feny house and a small piece of land on east bank of Green River separate from the main body of the,land. n, Oliildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S OASTOR.I A PROPOSAL REJECTED, GIRL SHOOTS HERSELF Chicago, AVhlte .... OF MEDALS .... .... ........ .... .... "YES OR "NO" It has- - been estimated that tho medals and other marks of honor to Us granted by tho government soldiers and sailors In tho great wnr will cost more than $5,000,000. Further expenses of collecting inboards of reward and formation, boards of review will Increase the cost to probably something like Tho victory ribbon and tho congressional medal of honor are the only two decorations that go to both soldiers and sallrs. $10,-000,00- 0. May 14. Miss Mary last night shot herself after her leap year proposal had been re jected by Joseph Keller, a friend of several year's standing. Miss AVhlte Invited Keller to dinner, took him to a picture show and suggested a walk in tho park. There marriage, and an she proposed nounced she had furnished an apart ment for Keller. Her wounds aro not serious, hospital attaches say. For particulars, address , DENNY ?. SMITH, - Executor CADIZ, KENTUCKY. WHICH YOU SAY? PEPTO-MANGA- X .... Itcd-Iilood- AA'hen the baby takes too much food tho stomach turns; the result Is Indigestion, sourness and vomiting. Frequently tho bowels are Involved and there Is colic pains and diarIs a rhoea. McGco's Baby Elixir grand corrective, remedy for tho stomach and bowel disorders of babies. It is pure, wholesome, and pleasant to tako. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Co. J For me u AA'calc Stomach. As a general rule all you need to do Is' to adopt a diet suited to youi age .... .... SOY DEANS PROFITABLE r. Tull Hickman, Ky, May farmer, residing south of town, tried raising soy boans'lnst year. In his 14-M- .... ro-l.n- ot .... .... corn ho planted five acrt&. Besides getting a good crop of corn and benefiting tho soil he harvested 113 bu of beans that Brought him $0it- cash. The vines, after threshing, were piled and later cattle ato them with relish 4 .... .... ... ... CASTO'R rA For Infants and Children V an In Use For Over 30 Years Alwavs bears the Signature of .... c&&m3x Pepto-Manga- ...... IMMEDIATE LOAN ASKED BY ROADS AVashlngton May 14. To aid lrf rollevlng the railroad freight situation tho Association of Railway Executives today recommended to the Interstate Commerce Commission that deep-seate- .... ..... ....... ." Pepto-Manga- n. and occupation and to keep your bowels regular. AA'hen you feel that you have eaten too much.nnd when con- produced at a cost that would warstipated, take ono of Chamberlain's rant Its salo at a lower figure than m that now asked for gasoline. ' Tablets. Benzole was produced on a largo RELEASE OF DEBS ASKED scale during the war for the first time. PrevloAsly its uso had been AVashlngton, May 14. Release of limited to the manufacture of dyes Eugene A Debbs, the Socialist party's and ono or two othor industrial purnominee for President, and all other poses, nnd consequently its producpolitical prisoners was asked In a tion had been restricted. Since the petition presented to Attorney Gen- war it is said production has taken aperal Palmer today by a committee another slump, but If tho attempt pointed at tho Socialist party convenbeing made to popularize It as a fuel Seymour tion in New York, with for internal combustion engines Stedman, the party's vlco presidenthe Manchester Guardian says tial nominee, as chairman. the wartime equipment for Its manuTho committee will see Secretary will be rehabilitated. Tumulty at the AVhlte House tomor- facture AVlth quantity production the cost row to present a similar petition to to consumers will be lessened, in adPresident AVllson. dition to which an advertisement In the Guardian asserts, eight gallons BENZOLE AS MOTOR FUEL of benzole will give the mileage and In answer to tho pleas of English power of ten gallons of gasollno. It is said tho extraction of benzolo motorists for some substitute with which to combat the advancing price from coal gas In no way detracts of gasoline, made possible by Its mo- from the Illuminating power of tho nopoly of tho internal combustion gas, while in the manufacture of fuel market. English chemists have coke, except ns benzole has beon perof mitted to remain In the resulting gas, suggested benzole, a coal gas manufacture. In a it has gono to waste. coke and One ton of coal, treated either in a road test of bon-zprecent 10,000-mll- o motor coke oven or a gas plant, will yield a in gallons of benzole. car, the English Automobllo Associa- two and one-ha- lf In 1918, tho Guardian says, tion found It gavo more power and tons of coal wera consumed more mileage to the gallon than gasoline while chemists say It can be In England, which, If properly treat lo slxteen-horsepower 210,-000,0- 00 sue-cee- rs, ed, would havo yielded 505,000,000 gallon of benzolo, more than twlco the demand of tho island for motor fuel in the samo time. Much of of coal was domestic, without the possibility of utilizing of course, but 14,600,-00- 0 tons in coke ovens and 17,000,000 tons more in gas works. The coal treated In the coko ovens was made to yield all possible byproducts, which included 32,100,-00- 0 gallons of benzolo. Of the coal consigned to gas works, 10,000,000 gallons of benzole were obtained from 6,500,000 tons. weie-carboniz- COLDS breed aid Spread INFLUENZA KILL THE COLD AT ONCE AVITH CASCARAHQUININI fifcOMlDt Standard . cold remedy for SO years tn udicc lorm nit, tur. no opiatct brcaka up a cola in 24 Coura relieve trip in a oiyt. Money back 11 It (ails. Tho genuine cox nae a Kta top witn ur. Jim a picture. At All Drug Stenm . MASTKIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE . , n.t?iJ;' W. M. Hof In. ct. al.. .vs;,. Notlcf W. A. Hlsgs, et nl . nofendanU. "y virtue of a jtulBinent and or-- 1 dor of sale o the Ohio Circuit Court rendered nt its May term, 1020, d reeling mo ns commissioner to nil the hereinafter described land for the purpose of paying tho debt lloflln nnd AD. S cCarty a ount- ing to $2,000.00, with Interest there- -' .,, no nn. . "" uii ut iuu .... ' ! ..- num from December 0, 1018, until paid March , l' J. "edit by $1,000.00 s 43 w 3 h i BuuBu asi., "?"fi rods and C links to line of Wakeland- UI XJt J. 1.1IIIUM, umuuill.ll, lu vtiu lot; thenco with this line lot S. 39 sum of $1500 00, with Interest there to cornor of same; thenco S. 82 Vi W. on at tho rato of 6 per cent per annum 315 foot to a stone in Ham's lino; from December 0, 1918, until paid. thence with lines of Ham lot to cor ll. .- - a. .111. nil annfn t (It n nlimfA irfi L, ?m.wiTV of ner of J. L. Hendrie lot; thenco with fwi0!.?- - f'Jm offn? lor safe his lot lines to S. W. corner of said ' ,'tcry tVth.5Shef".S S6???",? ioflS..!?1 wAT 01 -, i oM.J 4 "" '" ii, 28 Vi E. 20 rods nnd 12 links to a stono; thence S. 40 Vi S. W. GG rods n(l 22 1,n,8 t0 n stnke nt low water nwrk; thonco up said river binding mBrk to 8URnr treo m ,ow on bank of Green river at mouth of t,vnco N 3(. K 104 ,M Doo K .. , h,ck h, t ))llc rond N 311i w t0 tho the mJ L c. II. II. right of way; thence ... tn ,d road d r, nt of , , Jackson's alloy, opening on I. Ul(jnco s 30 E 25G f c, N f t m east d of th,s , r,ii,i,.i, ifa..iiM t0int. , i...... ... w with" her lot lino ..v... E..., 10 S. 15 thence , 13 , k t corncr f ,, highest and best bt lder, nt tho court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Juno 7, 1020, (It being the first day of the regular term of tho Ohio County Court) at about the hour of 2:30 P M., upon n credit of six and twelve- months, the following described real estate In Ohio County, 3 - ' Kentucky, nnd bounded as follows. ,t '' ,, S, f u.. ,, -. JlUIllUllt, IWIIIUWI, I,1Q .l.l, of Plum "-- "7 "" Juno 7, 1920, It being tho boutn 81 w. a rods and 22 u .nr...in. r nl of i,n wu Vil iCi.ll "- fc.iV. ni.tr. Pr.t,n. links to west side ot Benton street; ... n....? . i.... 19. ar. i P. M.. upon a credit of six and twelve '""'JS months, tho following described real ' S18.1 ft? conveyed to y, DTeln,B an? estate, lying and being in Ohio Jackson, e al., by F. L. Fe ix, Kentucky, on tho waters of ft Ohio ast" Commissioner of Darnel's Creek, and bounded as fol- - Circuit Court, on November the 1908 21, ot dced omr;s 1st tract. Containing about threo ?hl?h.booh : Ispage r"0ro,n 1. and bounded on the north by .deed i,Clerk'8 Office. V.n nnrl .Ivormnrr. rnnrl on tho cast and south by tho land L Second tract: A tract of land In owned by Rufus Williams and on the ,h County. Bengn certain tract ,s B west by R. A. Rowan, and the Wood- -' ?f la,ntl "P?" wh.,chher1S County, landlind being same land j ng house, lying Hall on the bank of Green River. to .. ...... the grantor by ..A. R. Plrns the "Shaft Place." fnr n. am HO anu wiia on me o.l uay oi jju- r. " ,:.T' ' , ,ur mnrA nr li !.- mi,n,nf U """, first day. w. I ' 9 ',n"pr Shel-Count- ,.. ITo-tfr.- r,l T ell-me- ed .. ,. ....- ..-- I f"?. O SEKVdien rorColrntycLKo7flc7. now used by j-- 7aBl-l- iand ' property jln ,0 grantor,, I fd a W. Davis and oSgA establishment of """.,";.. odrirn aw set'record "' Slover Run creek, beginning at a fallen hickory and standing beech, S. W. corner to tho Hamilton 150 aero tract; thence S. 77 Vi E. 94 poles to a stake in tho middle-- of Stover Run, near which Is a beech and sugar tree, thenco down said orAiich to n stake In said branch on the Barbour line; near a sycamore and sweet gum; thenco with snld Barbour lino S SO West to Hardin AjIiIhvS N. E. corner of a borne tract, a heerh and rod oak; thence a straight lino to the beginning, containing 9Vi acres. Second tract: On tho waters of Slover Uun creek, beginning nt the bridge on Slower Hun; thenco S. 7716 W. 92 poles to two beeches, Ashby's cornor; thenco N. 9 W. 37 poles to two gums; thenco N. 77V6 E. 90 poles to Slover Uun, near a walnut; thence down said Run to the beginning, containing 20 acres. Third tract: In tho valley of Rough River, beginning at a stake, nenr a water beech, marked as a pointer In the original lino of Barbour's fallen S. E. corner of Q. S. Hamilton lot; thence with Hamilton's lino S. 82 W. 78 poles to two sycamores on Slover Run; thence S. S3 G8 poles to a stone; thence N. 82 E. 7S poles to a stake 'on Slover Run In tho original line of Barbour's patent and with same N. 8 W. 68 poles to the beginning, containing 33 acres, sVrfp of land on First tract: On the waters of A Complete ar Clean-U- p : t t In ladies' Ready-to-Weis . our intention. Every J Suit, Coat and Woolen Dress has been given price X peductions that will make a less price impossible in any morket. Prompt action will be necessary for you to get first selection of what we have. left. We will show you some of the best styles of the season in Triccotines, Silvertones, Jerseys, Serges and Poplins. Come and see for yourself. You wont be disappointed LADIES' SUITS Our regular $15.00 Suits, we Mary F. Nichols ' of Mary Smith. 2nd 'tract: Beginning at a beech A J50"is Lem C,niti a"d otheI1rs' The first two tracts described hereas - said 'on tho bank ot Barnett's Creek, corsugar at beech in being same land conveyed to ner to tract of 90 acres conveyed to sinning bank n of Greentree and thence A. Smith by G. S. Hamilton and John wife River; Isabell Morgan by A. Woodward; N-n 35 e E. 104 poles to a sweet gum. on August 17, 1897, deed of recohl wuu iu oot,i mi,v ti,..i.o in the Ohio County Clerk's office In meanders west 53 poles in a straight nsh and hickory; 'thence S. 77 E. 140 deed book 17, page 344. Tho third k" ?"d 'wo wh'te lino to, a beech about two poles east .n",es .to u two tract being same land conveyed to or tne Driuge: tnenco w. su w. au hickories; thence S. 42 John A. Smith by G. B. Smith, et al., the roles and 9 links to a stono in Ed hickories, maple and ash ondown bank on February 4, 1905, deed of record of Green the mund Taylor's lino; thence with same to River; thenco in the Ohio County Clerk's office in said line 59 V E. 252 poles to a gum 100 acres.the beginning, containing deed book 27, page 417. Which tract wis and ash, T. Coleman's S. W. corner veyed to Sallle B. Jackson on the conThe purchaser will be required to 3rd, of his one thousand acre survey; execute bonds with security to apthenco with his line N. 80 W. 80 day of August 1S98, by Elizabeth L. proved by the commissioner, be imdeed poles to two water oaks, gum and Jackson, which page is of record in mediately after sale, payable In equal deed book IS, 474 Ohio Counhickory; thence N. 10 W. 228 poles ty Clerk's oiuce. Installments due In six and twelve 10 links to the beginning, con-- i and Third tract: A certain tract of land months, bearing interest At the rate taming 120 acres, more or less. lying In the of of 6 per cent per annum, and a Hen Being( samo land purchased from situated and of Kentucky, County the will be retained on the land sold as Ohio, near Cnapman and others by Vm. town ofState Eliza Rockport, beginning at a gum additional security. Said bonds to C. Morgan, and by him willed to ash and hickory; tnence S. 77 E. 49 i nave the force and effect of a judg Saphiria Early and by her and her ment. husband, Hiram Early, to G. A. Tay poles to a stake or stone; thence N. Given under my hand this the 17th 2 E.'40 poles to a stone: thence N. lor and same land conveyed to day of May, 1920. a bee,ch and grantor herein on the 21st day of ." l S PtJf OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. May. 1900. by Rufus Williams and , 5onPLe3 l U,e be" M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. more wife, which deed is of record in deed 4 " " linnlr 9.4. nniro 7i. iihln i:nuntv , to Sallle B. Jackson, "w on August ...-UU I' 0V " 3rd, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Clerk's office Excepting from the above bounda 1898, by John T. Jackson, which deed """"" a otnc.e- - l ued J. W. Moxley.Ohio Circuit Court. ry about 20 acres ot 'and lying on the 7, "'i' un0ty Plaintiff, west side of Barnett's Creek and be- - 4"i C.f ,,e,fre(luld to vs. Notice of sale. ing same land conveyed to John B. ' ,?0P,"ra with ap- - Silvia Simmons, Guardian, et al., rtnv of n th wfiin i,v im commissioner Defendants nnd ,m;i,,i0.i is of record In deed Proved by the sale, By virtue of a judgment and order mediately in two equal page , Ohio County Clerk's payments, after book bearing interest at the rate of sale rendered in the above styled office. G per cent per annum, directthe May term, Also reserving from this convey oflll tr iininlnnJ am T, . A and s a JHen action atas commissioner 1920,sell . .1 to the ance the merchantable timber lying '.,'V,., ' i '"...:" ?..?, , fs ing me hereinafter described land for the south of a line beginning on the new S"""f"iT V, effect of a Jud8- - purpose of paying the debt of the cut road at a bridge and running due ment. plaintiff, J. W. Moxley, amounting to west to a red oak In a slough; thence sum of $600.00, with Interest Given under my with said slough to the west of said day of May, 1920. hand this the 17th the thereon at the rate of G per cent per line-anbeing all tho merchantable annum from July 14, 1919, until paid, OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. timber on the west side of said land. M. L. and costs of this action, Includis to have reasonable time in Attorneys. Heavrin, Barnes & Smith, ing all Grantor the cost of this sale, I will offer to move said timber, provided which ' for sale at public outcry to the highoa. ho keeps out of the way of grantee in MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE est and best bidder at the Court his clearing. House door in Hartford. Ky.. on MonThe purchaser will be required to day, June, 7. 1920, (it being the first Ohio Circuit Court. apexecute bond with security to be day of proved by the commissioner, immedi Mr3. M. F. Mauzy, et. al., Plaintiffs, County the regular term of the Ohio Court) at about the hour of vs. Notice of Sale. ately after sale, payable In two equal 12:30 P. M upon' a credit of six Installment, linnrlnp Interest nt tlin Mao Mauzy, Ct al., Defendants. and twelve mouths, the following Pursuant to a judgment and rate of C per cent per annum, and a clpr ot sa,c of. the Ohio Circuit Court, described real estate, lying and bewill bo retained on the land sold ing in Ohio County, Ky., and bourn as additional security. Said bonds fntered in the above stylea action at ed as follows: -.. v ..0 n enll iu iiimu . titu iuuc nuu viici.1. ui a j -PnnimURlnnfil nf -- anf.1 at a stono on tho 1...1 - " .w..w - fir.... ' OD" ql,-Beginning Hnrtfnr.1 o,l U-- ,ll east JUUbllK-il- l. l- nt tho ""'"""" x U " 33 v nereinattor aesennod Property ,,u.rs Given under my hand this 17th East ,road". thence, N' for the purpose of paying the cost of day of May. 1920. ' lenVnrt,nl0"lagaaratreBeomSrk." OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. the above styled action. Including the cost of this sale, and dlvi.ii.ifj the ' f,d 1fnnpi(In a ! sycamore; ?,?2 Em1 M. L. Heavrin. Attorney. Ene"" to remainder of tho proceeds among 59 w- - 3 Plps to to a stone; thence S. those entuin.1 thereto i win ntfer tno n.!:h.? SALE for sale at public outcry to the high- MASTER COMJHSSIONI Z' est ana uesr bidder, at tho Court . "" . House doer in Hartford, Ky . on J'tn- - nan( w'th " n.eandors N. 4G W. uiuo Circuit Court. Sallle B. Jackson, ct al., Plaintiffs. day. Juno 7. 1920. (It being the f,Ples,t0 a a ton5 thence S. 24 W. sttone; V?ence N; l& W. first day ot the regular ten.i of tho f''01!8 vs. Notice of sale. ence Ohio County Court) about the hour IS poJoa ,t0 a s0tte'' 5? W" Halllo T, Jackson, et al.. Defendants. a s,ne; thence N. CI W. J poI,os By virtue of a judgment and order of 12: SO v. M.. upon a .tredlt t,' ' gu.n!: thenco s1V ? of salo rendered In the above styled nnd tw.iWo months, the follovvlug 12 . .1. i flPRPrlhefl IIPnUDrtv v, xj, A iwica IU u illiO UUIV UIIU lAOH nnilnti n. Mm AT.n. ,m..-X4 poJes d;.thJfnce.s-450W- ' Being one lot of 'land lying and haJd Ohio Circuit Court, directing' me as1 S. 79 poles Mnxter CommlsRloner to sell tho here. lllC in Hartford. Ohio Countv. Ken-- i t0 a Inafter described property for the tucky, together with the improvo- - to a stone on North side of road from purposo of paying tho debt of M. L. monts tnereon, bounded as follows Fords ville to Trlsler, Ky.: thence Dnn-lmnoro nt n n A Ivlni, In H. c With Said I'03d 80 POlOS tO a StOnO ITovrlti .llnn.n.ll.,.. In I1U IHl'mlll interest 'thereon at the rate of G per town of Hartford, Kentucky, com- - corner to T. J. Whlttinghill; thence cent per annum from Juno 2. 1919, mencing on a street and running with y . r,v ,s , a.t i6: ,the,nco "' until paid, and the further sum ot the east lino of D. F. Tracty's ono "nta,,"" V,pacres. less "'""'"b. about three $100.00, with Interest thereon at the acre lot due south to his S. E. cor- rato of G per cent per anhum from "or; thonco east one half of same a es ?0,,a ,t0 t'mntt toppage and July 23, 1919, until paid, and also to distance to a stake; thence North to .s0epa,rated "0"1 ,a,d .land, ?y road T1r,sler to Asklns. pay tho debt of John T. Jackson, the street; thence west to the be- -, Ieadl"s e,nB s,am land conveyed to Ivy amounting to $200.00. with interest ginning. Vay t0,n TBasha!" and iv'fa thereon at tho rate of G per cent per' The purchaser will bo ' VhLo annum from August 27, 1912. until ed to oxecuto bonds with security;0," l,n "V1 uay .r ,JU paid, und all coats of the above styled to bo approved by the commls- - pa ,a.nrj;"0J ,n dfd booli.,58' Q.nl County Clerks office, l40' action, together with the cost of this sioner, immediately after sale. In u"? Prcliaser will be required to salo, und dividing tho remainder of two equal Installments, bearing' cute bond with security to be tho proceeds among the parties en- -' interest at tho rato of 6 per cent the commissioner, immdl-a- t thereto. I will offer for sale ed on tho land sold as additional secu- - lVro.ved public outcry to the highest and rity. Said bonds to have the forco atoly, a,fter ,sal0' .,n 'w e?ual W-ho- st monts. bearing interest at tho rato of bidder, at tho court house door.nd effect of a Judgment. j,c,r aimum, arm a ion will Given under my hand this the 17th In Hartford. Koi.ti.cky. on Jlonday, ' be "r4cnl retained on the land sold as ad Juno 7, 1920, (It being the first day day of 'May, 1920 security. dltionnl Said bonds to OTTO C. M AllTIN, M. C. of tho regulur torm of the Ohio Coun- -' have force and effect of a Judgment. ty Court) at about the hour of 12:30 M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. my hand this tho 17 Given under P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve months, tho following described real .MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE day of May, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN. M. d. eatato located and being In Ohio i M. L. Ileavrin, Attorney. County, Ky., near Rockport, Ohio Circuit Court, and. bounded and described as follows: ;Emma Wedding, et al., Plaintiff. LEVI I. MORTON'S FUNERAL First tract: A parcel or tract ofi vs. Notice of sale, WILL HE HELD TOMORROW lying near Rockport, Ohio Coun- - Irvln n. Smith, ot al.. Defendant, land ty, Ky beginning at the S. E. comer Poughkeepsio, N. Y., May 17 FunPursuant to a Judgment and order of M. A. Hadon's lot on Benton street; of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court eral services for Levi P. Morton, S. 81V6 W. 9 rods and 18 tered In tho above stvlod netlnn nt Jinks to S. W. corner of Harrel Bros ilts May torm, 1920 directing me as'o, I wao died on l. ni:l blrth- his 9Gth SW E. C rods und 4 commissioner nf M,i rmVrt t lot: thonco S. llnks to a stono; thenco S. 83 W. 4 the hereinafter described real estato,day' yesterday, will be conducted rods and 24 links to S. W. corner of for tho purpose of paying the costs Wednesday by .Bishop Charles Sum-f M. Benton's lot; thence S I. 8 the abovo styled action, together j ner Burch in the church of the Mes- 20 rods to a stone in line of bottom with the cost of this pale, and divid- -' E. 13 rods and Ing tho remainder or tho proceeds lnh t RWnebock. Burial will be lund; thence S. 79 16 links to cornor of west side of Ben- - among thoso ontltled thereto. I will ,n the "mily Plot in tho Rhinobeck ton Street, it extended; thenco S. of for for salo at public outcry to tho cemetery. a line In case of S. aro reserved lft t"" l 0K ''" the west side for the use and benefit i ' of- , .!. I W- W &' lh, "t,f; S"! t I " ""0"L 1 1 ' 1 Z.V' $10.95 $22.00, $20.00, . $18.00 Suits, we offer at $14.95 Our regular $25.00 Suits, we offer at $18.95 Our regular $32.00, $30.00, $28.00 Suits, we offer at . . . $23.95 Our regular $35.00 Suits, we offer at $24.95 Our regular $40.00 Suits, we offer at $28.95 Our regular $50.00 Suits, we offer at $34.95 Our regular $55.00 Suits, we offer at $37.95 Our regular $60.00 Suits, we offer at $43.95 Our regular $65.00 Suits, we offer at :.. $44.95 Our regular $75.00 Suits, we offer at $49.95 Our regular $85.00 Suits, we of--ferat $59.95 LADIES' COATS Our regular $12.00 Coats, we of-- Our regular fer at s Our regular $15.00 Coats, we Our regular $25.00 Coats, we fer at :..... $10.95 of$16.95 $22.95 of- ' Our regular $28.00, and $27.00, . Coats, we offer at $19.95 Our regular $30.00 Coats, we ofOur regular $35.00 Coats, we offer at $24.95 Our regular $40.00 and $38.00 Coats, we offer at $29.95 Our regular $45.00 Coats, we ofOur regular $50.00 Coats, we fer at or-li- en fer at --- . l8 - ' , " fer at $32.95 of- 1?L"J ..,,.' "'., fer at $34.95 - Our ' : 4 Our Our Our lf 1 y LADIES' DRESSES Tricotines,Jerseys and Serges regular $25.00 Dresses, we offer at $19.95 regular $35.00 Dresses, we offer at $24.95 regular $40.00 Dresses, we offer at $28.95 regular $50.00 Dresses, we . offer at $34.95 1y d I Millinery Reductions Many Ready-to-Weand Spring Hats will be sold now ai noerai price reductions, it you want hat bargains, we have them for you. Our New Summer Millinery is an aggregation of the best styles of the season. Every Millinery neces sity can be taken care of here. ar t J J co 9i .. T ' Q. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. 4 w I h E.-o- f N b.- -