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BILLION INCREASE IN . i HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, percent; Holland, 70 to 140 per cent; Sweden, 200 per cent; Norway 1C0 per cent. "Tho new transportation act," snfd Mr. Elliott, " in fixing the rate of return nt 5 and G per cent for alwo-yoa- r period might have been sufficient In the past, but Is wholly .inadequate to meet tho present situation. The cost of new cnpltal in the United Stntes today, as is well known. Is In excess of 7 per cent." FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920. terest of the Southern Confederacy, during that conflict. He is survived CARRANZA by his widow and two sons. MANDATE OVER ARMENIA URGED WEED PLANTERS ORGANIZE POOL REVENUE IS ASKED . MRS. H. E. MISCHKE ENTERTAINS CLUB - IN HUT WHEN SLAINl Hearing on Application For Higher Rates For Railroads Opened. Wilson Asks Congress For Kentuckians And Tennesseans Will Seek To Authority To Accept Regulate Prices Tender Of Allies James II. Nourso. May 24 President Washington, Wilson today sent a message to Congress asking authority to accept on behalf of the United States the mandate over Armenia which was tendered by the allied premiers In their conference at San Remo. 'The President asked for the mandate on the grounds of duty to the Armenian peoplo to assist them In their struggles toward independence He declared his belief that his actions would be supported by the great majority of the American people. Acknowledging that his request By Washington, May 24. Represcnta- To Exchange equipment. Ijv fives of every Interest concerned In Washington, May 24. Thirty local the oncratlon of tho country's railway committees located nt all tho princir system ns well as the public wero pal rail "gateways" were at work Jioro toilay for the opening of tho today surveying their Indlvdual lioarlng by the Interstate Commerce freght problems with a view to rea Commission on applications for In- commending to the Interstate Comcreased freight rates. merco Commission a policy to be folTho road owners have claimed that lowed in tho future relating to emIn order to meet tho 6 por cent return bargoes. on their properties guaranteed by tho In tho meantime tho general exrecently enacted transportation net it change of equipment to commence towill bo necessary to Increase the earn- morrow Is expected to ease tho conings of all the roads by $1,017,000,-00- gestion of tho roads to a certain exTo provide this sum tho car- tent. Itallroad officials, however, are have recommended that rates In of the opinion that weeks of riers tho Eastern group of roads be Inbetween tho commission, the creased 30.4 per cent, those In tho roads and shippers would bo neces .South 30.9 and those In tho Western snry to bring about normal condigroup 23.9 per cent. tions. m Method of fixing the valuation of BACK FROM GRASSY tho railroad properties on which tho Government guaranteo will bo based Dr. J. n. Pirtle, John T. Mooro, J. will bo one of tho questions threshed out at tho hearings. All Interested H. "Old Timer" Glonn and W. S. parties will be given an opportunity TInsloy, returned Tuesday from the to present their claims both as to the regions of Grassy, where they had proposed increases In rates and tho spont a week In fishing and otherwise enjoying a week's outing, which has valuation problem. Howard Elliott, chairman of tho been an annual occurence with three rate of this quartette for ten years, withsubcommittee of tho general committee of the Association of Rail- out a ml3S. Others have been memway Executives, was called to open bers of tho club, but havo dropped out through death, removal from tho comthe case for the carriers. Mr. Elliott ponted out that in tho munity, nnd strange to relate and Eastern territory rnllroads for tho scarcely believable, Ed Barrass, who year ending Octobor 31 returned on was a member in good standing, was property Investments 'less than one-fif- too busy farming to make the trip of 1 por cent." In the Southern Just finished, missed the annual event territory he said, tho returns wero for the first time in a half score s of 1 per cent, years. Jess than vand In the Western territory slightly Jim Drookens, a cooj; of consideramore than 2 per cent. Por the coun- ble merit, who holds the Job of chief try as a whole the return was said chef f at a hotel in Torrent, In tho to have been slightly more than 1 per IMountalps of Woolfe County, came ent. homo and donned the spangles of fish- Under tho conditions of private fryer, brewer of coffee, the aroma of s, of .ownership and operations which may be scented two bends up governmental regula'with tho river, besides a lot of other tion, protection and encouragement," things ho finds tlrao and means of Mr. Elliott said, "tho railroads must preparing for a bunch of hungry folobtain earnings enough to susta'n lows who fish for pleasure, and profit them in competition with other forms physically, thereby. Jim has missed of industry into which people put only ono of those excursions In 10 their 'time, brains, energy and mm- - years. Tho party had a successful outing, Under tho new transportation act, having an abundance of tho best of he said, the two pressing questions fish nnd "oddles" of frog legs. Aside now under consideration by tho In- from tho absonce of familiar faces terstate Commerco Commission and seen In tho early morning delvtho newly created labor board are tho ing Into mother earth for bait for the requests for wage Increases exceed- day's angling, tho trip was Immenseing $ 1,000,000,000 a year and an ad- ly enjoyed by those fortunate enough ditional $l,70'o,0001000 needed by to bo permitted to lndulgo In this tho tho railroads to meet 'tho present Inst of record. "basis of wages, costs, interest and a 0. th three-fourthI rall-road, ' , I "f A was laid before Congress "at a very critical time," the President asserted that he. made the suggestion in the confidence that he was "speaking In tho spirit nnd In accordance with the wishes of the greatest of the Christian peoples." He appealed to Congress not to "turn away" from the Invitation so "formally and solemnly extended to us by the council at San Remo," but on the other hand to permit him to take over tho mandate for of the Armenians the protection against the 'Turks. Gets Chilly Reception. Notwithstanding the confidence with which the President expressed his belief that tho request for the mandate would be acceptable to the people of tho United States, his message met with a chilly reception in both the Senate and House. It was read In each house Just before adjournment and was referred to the Foreign Affairs and Foreign Relations Committees without comment In the same message the President notified Congress that he had decided to accept tho invitation tendered him by the allied premiers to act as arbitrator In fixing the boundary between Turkey and Armenia. This office the President may accept without authorization of Congress. Criticism of the President's request was immediately forthcoming. From every quarter and from most of the leadng members of the two houses i came expresslops to tho effect that Congress would give little heed to the President's suggestion. In several of the executive depart- ' ments of tho government, views were expressed that Congress privately would not grant permission for acceptance of tho mandate. An official high in the diplomatic service of the United States boldly stated that the request for a mandate has not a "Chinaman's chance." i.odso Withholds Comment. AMnnosK Moom:. ments." Senator Lodge, Republican leader Improvements Necessary. any Miss Iva Ambroso of Taffy, and in the Senate, declined to make Mr. Elliot declared that New EngLouisville, wero comment, but pointed to the stateland and that section of tho country Mr. Charles Moore, of ment In General Hnrbord's report to embracing Pennsylvania, New Jersey, married May 10, at the Methodist F. the effect that the cost of the United New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Temple, Louisville, the Rev. E. States for the first five years would Goodson performing the ceremony. Michigan were In great need of exceed $736,000,000. CounMiss Ambrose is one of Ohio Troved transportation facilities. Othor Other senators were frank In say-In- s ty's successful schooT teachers, who sectons, notably tho great region that acceptance of the mandate past two years has been teachsouth of tho Ohio and oast of tho for the Mr. meant merely the Intrusion of the ing In Blackwell, Oklahoma. Mississippi, require "large additions" United States Into the policing of to keep paco with the growth of popu Mooro holds a responsible position Armenia after that country has been with tho B. F. Avery Co., at Louislation nnd Industry. stripped of every valuable natural re"Now there Is congestion and dif- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Moore wore here source by Great Britain and Franco. visiting Mrs. Moore's Inst week-enficulty everywhere," said Mr. Elliott. "Fuel, building materials and raw sister, Mrs. J. IJ. Westerfield, near CROMWELL MASONS materials for manufacture are tied up town. They loft Monday for a short HAVE IHG SESSION parents, after and industry Is threatened and the visit with Mr. Moore's which they will mako their home In sluggish movement of grain and food Cromwell Lodge, No. 692, F. & , of all kinds makes thefeedlng of our Louisville. A. M., held a special session Tuesday costpeoplo more, difficult and more night, when, more Masons were A BEE STORY. ly." brought together In a lodge meeting, Mr. Elliott dclared that tho railA very daring and successful at- - perhaps, than have attended a like road operators wero Just as desirous j tempt to hive a colony of bees hap gathering In Ohio county in quite a of obtaining a fair adjustment of Tuesday, when the sons long time. At 6:30 a sumptlous feast wages for their 2,000,000 or more pened last was served, partaken of by a number Washingmen as they were to receive the In- of Mr. G, P. Jones.'of the community, found a swarm on a of wives and daughters of members creased revenuos. He said: 'There Is ton In the woods. They pro- of the fraternity, and also by quite a com- limb number of invited guests other than mon sense and vision enough in tho ceeded to cut the limb off, carried pull to- It home and hived them with success. Masons. country, to succeed if all will Past Grand Master, T. J. Adams, gether, work long and hard and eltmU If you have bees and are afraid to Kenwaste and extrava- hive them send for Mr .Jones' boys. who is superintendent of the nato selfishness, tucky Masonic Widows' and Orphans' m gance," Home, was present and occupied the SUGAH UP ANOTHER CENT. In Justification of the' railroads' Master's Station in conferring the position he said that tho price of New York, May 24. The Ameri- Master's degree on two candidates increased near transportation had not the supper was served ' ly bo much as the cost of producton. can Sugar Refining Company today after gone up at least 100 advanced the price of sugar 1 cent Expenses had no rant wlllln rfiVOnllPS had lnCrOQSe'l to 22V4 cents, marking the third ad- $370,000,000 PENSION BILL - ........ 1"" vw... APPROVED IX SENATE ie3s than 40 por cent. He referred to vance of its kind within a week. "The necessity for this ndvnnco In European countries conditions Washington, May 25 After lees whore, he said, freight rates had arises by reason of tho increasing company of raw sugar," than three minutes' consideration the Tieon raised as follows: England, 71 cost to the Senate late today passed the annual per cent; France, 140 per cent; Bel- -, read a statement Issued by the pension bill, carrying! $279,000,000 100 por cent; Italy 40 to 100 d, Hopkinsvllle, Ky., May 26 The Tobacco Planters' Association, an organization of farmers designed to regulate the price of tobacco by pool ing their crops and holding them for agreed prices, was organized this afternoon at a meeting held at Guthrie. Ky. About 25 delegates, representing counties in the dark tobacco belt of Kentucky nnd Tennessee, were present and much enthusiasm was shown. The farmers have been dissatisfied with the greatly reduced prices which have been paid for tobacco for some time, and hope to Improve these conditions through their organization A charter was secured some days ago, the capital stock a nominal sum Officers were elected ns follows: President, J. W. Usher, Mayfield, Ky vice president, W. W. Scott, Pleasant View, Tenn.; secretary, J. W. Stovall Adalrvllle, Ky.; treasurer, B. M. Tra-buPembroke.; general manager, Felix G. Ewlng, Clenraven, Tenn. Guthrie, Kentucky will be the home office. Farmers will be asked to pledge their crops for a three-yea- r period. The tobacco will be offered in the loose state and if prices are not Satisfactory it will be prized County organizations aro to be perfected and a campaign for pledges actively waged. e, Mrs. H. E. MIschke entertained the Ladles' Social Club at her homo Wednesday afternoon in a most de- 1 ghttul manner. A number of games r of progressive rook were played, which delicious refreshments wero served. Besides the members the following guests were present: Mrs. Bernes Frost, of Moorman, Mesdames Darrell Sullenger, Otto C. Martin, Sidney Wil liams, Misses Margaret and Mary Marks. N BELL LEWIS a?-te- Dead President's Chief Of" Staff Tells Of Traitors' murderous Attack. K i 4 Mexico City, May 23 A dispatch, received from Juan Barragan, Chiet of Staff of President Carranza, says. Carranza met his death at the hands of Gen. Rodolfo Herrero's forces at Tlaxcalantongo. folTho dispatch lows: "Villa Juarez, State of Puebla, May 22. "To Gen. Alvaro Obregon. canuers $4.755; bulls $79.25; Mario Mendez, Paulino feeders $9 10.50; stockers $7 9.75 Garias, Gen. Hellodoro KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEMORIAL SERVICES choice milch cows $90115; medium onel Che Gomez, General Carranza's military aid. $6590; common $5065. mm "Referring to your telegram of this date, Herrero Joined the column at Patla, professing loyalty. Arriving" at Tlaxcalantongo, Herrero offered, hospitality to Carranza, placing sentinels who knew the terrain. At 4 o'clock in the morning his men, abusing the confidence imposed in them, surrounded the shelter where Carranza was sleeping, firing their rifles furiously into the hut, Everyone offered resistance, although with tho natural demoralization caused by tho LOUISVILLE MARKETS unexpected attack. 'Gen. Francisco Murguia fought vaCattle Trade weak in heavy steer liantly in the obscurity (semi-dar- k division, with no improvement in ttu ness), repulsing the traitors, who sur call for good weighty cattle. Fairly prised the defenders when they were good clearance noted. leaving their shelters to attack the Quotations: Prime heavy steers enemy. steers 12. CO; heavy shipping $12 'The unexpectedness of the attack: 12; medium steers $10 11; enabled us to clear our military hon$11 light steers $9.B010; fat heifers or. The defense was general to such, $8 13; fat cows $8 11; medium extent that the attackers were forced, cows $6.508; cutters $5.506.50; to take sixty prisoners, among them Mr. Ben B. Lewis, of Owensboro, and Miss Orpha J. Bell, of Matanzas. both 24 years of age, were united In matrimony at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. S. A. Bratcher and Mr Bratcher, In this city Thursday even ing Rev. Russell Walker performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs W. A. Brown, of Matanzas, and 13 popular with all who know her. They will reside in Owensboro. -, . Fontes, Gil Perez, ColVillela and The local Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will hold Its annual decoration nnd memorial services Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock' at Oakwood Cemetery.' Talks will be made by members of tho order after which the graves of the departed Knights will be appropriately decorated. Every member of the order Is urged to be at the Lodge Hall promptly at 2 o'clock, that the membership may go in a body to the Cemetery. m J. H. THOMAS QUITS THE KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN Mr. John H. Thomas, who was with this paper about a year ago, but later with tho Owensboro Messen ger and recently with the Kentucky Republican, In an editorial capacity, has been appointed by Auditor Craig to theliosltion of State fire inspector and assigned to duty in Louisville. The acceptance by Mr. Thomas of his present position takes him outrof the newspaper field, a line of work in our Judgment, wherein he most excells and is best fitted to labor. He Is the possessor of a style that made tho products of his pen stand out different from the work of others. The close or perhaps the casual observer, could read articles upon the snmo subject, by a dozen different writers, Thomas included, and his article could readily be detected from the other eleven. This was wholly due to his peculiar style and method. To bo able to write Interestingly and at the same time wholly different from the common herd or flock, is an asset and acquirement, the value of which can not be figured In mere dollars and cents. A bit more money with fewer long hours of tedious, g toil is a temptation too great for mere man. Thomas, being a man, In some respects at least, not different from the rest of us, tumbled. We regret to see Mr. Thomas leave but must the galaxy of congratulate him upon his new work, In that It Is more remunerative, requires a great deal less of extremely hard work and especially that his activities are so circumscribed as to leave htm at home with his family, Avho reside in Louisville, where he Is to work. brain-rackinquill-drivers Calves No change In prices with an active market on top calves at $1111.50; medium $710; com mon $5 6. Hogs Market established early ot. a steady basis with an active outlet for the best hogs. Choice hogs, 225 pounds up $13.75; 165 to 225 lbs $14.50; 120 to 165 pounds $13.75; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $12; 90 pounds IIUUWUUIS UOWU $J.U.DUi ?J.U.U down. Sheep and Lambs A broad outlet is noted for the best spring Iambs at Eteady prices. Best lambs $18 down; seconds $14; culls $10 12. Best clipped sheep $9 wool sheep $1 high er; bucks $7 down; best fall lambs quotable at $14015. Not enough choice spring lambs coming to fill the needs of the trade. PRODUCE Local produce dealers quote buying prices as follows, net to shipper, the shipper paying freight and drayage ' charges: ., EGGS Candled 3637c dozen. BUTTER Country 30 32 c 11). 27 29c lb.; POULTRY Hens spring chickens (boilers) 60 70c lb. old roosters 14 17c lb.; ducks 22 25c tb.; turkeys 35c lb.; geese 15 16c lb.; guineas 35c apiece. 'Mendex formerly was director of the National Telegraph Lines, Fontes was former Director of National Railways, and Senor Garias was Cartan-za- 's private secretary.' 'Our conscience Is clear. Our griel for the death of the President is in consolable. Wo are satisfied that we did not abandon him for one moment. 'The few men wounded and dead Is explained by the fact that the at tackers planned their crime, knowing the place where the President, who had placed his confidence In Herrero. was sleeping. Tho loyalty and cojr- age ot the President's followers wero useless against the treason of those criminals." The message was signed by Barra gan and Marclano Gonzales, Frederlco Montes, Francisco De H. Maria and others. The flags on the American Embassy and all the other embassies and legations were placed at half-ma- st when the news of the assassination ot ' President Carranza arrived. OHIO COUNTIAN RECEIVES HONOR At the 5Sth annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic Department of Kentucky, held In THOMAS JEFFRIES DEAD Mr. Thomas FUNERAL SERVICES Louisville this . week, Rev. H. C. FOR F. M. CROWDER Truman, of Fordsvllle, was elected Senior vice commander. Rev. TruThe funeral services for F. M. man ranks second in the Kentucky ago, organization of Crowder, who died some months those who wore tho and delayed at the time of his burial blue In the dark days of 61 to 65. weathon account of the extreme bad Rev, Truman is a devoted member er and absence of relatives, will be ot the O. A. R., worthy and amply conducted by the Rev. Willis nt Mt qualified to fill the position at the Pleasant church, near the former plnacle of the Society fast obeying home of the deceased, Sunday the the command to fall out, to answor 30th., at 11 o'clock, A. M. the roll call no more. Decoration services will also beheld on the same date at the burying PARENT-TEACIIEASSOCIAgrounds adjacent to Mt. Pleasant TION ENTERTAIN TODAY soldier Mr. Crowder wns an and his grave with the other heroes AssociaThe local Parent-Teacharo to be decorated. ot 61-6- 5 tion will hold an interesting meeting m at the college Auditorium, tnls after, MARRIAGE LICENSES. noon at 2 o'clock. An address will Manley Boyce Maddox, McHenry, be delivered by Prof. Graham. Those age 23, to Myrl E. Ktmmel, Ceralvo, who can possibly do so should attend this meeting as the address is certain age19. age 28 to be pleasing and instructive as well, Lonnle Smith, Baizetown, to Tinoy Matthews, Centertown, age besides other attractive features. Refreshments will be served, the are to be applied James A. Crowder, McHenry, age proceeds from which playground. McHenry, ago to the benefit ot the 21, to Mamie T. Ashby, R er slum, SPENT A DAY FISHING Jeffries an aged and Ben D. Lewis, Owensboro, age 24, i respected citizen, died at his homo at to Orpha Bell, Centertown, age 24. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barqctt, their Bell's Run, Sunday night of cancer ' Lafe Blair, Fordsvillo, R. 2., agj Burial of the re- 19, to Tanda Hale, Fordsvllle, R. 2, daughter, Helen, and son, Bobble, of the stomach. and Miss Dewey Johnson, spent Tuesmains took place Monday, at BollV ago 18. day on the river fishing. Tllelr noonmm Run, where funeral services wore day lunch was spread on the ground. LOOK OUT GIRLS! conducted by the Rev. Lashbrook, of Leach has purchased a While only a few suckers wore strung, Mr.. Arthur Owensboro. Mr, Jeffries was a veteran of, the newBrlsco touring car. Who will be a pleasant time was reported by ' tho snarers of the finny tribe. civil war, having fought In the in the lucky One? 19. NEWPORT WOMAN POUNDS ! "Senator Knox Is a statesman of experience superimposed on n very GAINS 22 great lawyer. Ho speaks with authority nnd the Scnnto listens whether or not It follows his leading. His Restored To Health By Tanspeech on the Lenguo of Nations' covenant nnd his lator analysis and lac 3 Years Ago and Is oxcorlation of tho peace treaty and In Splendid Condition his speech for which his peace resolution serves as a text tor examination ot tho whole subject, are far and It litis boon thrco years now slnco above tho three greatest deliverances Tnnlac relieved my Buffering nnd that this long discussion of tho built mo up so wonderfully, nnd U war's aftermath has called forth. Is still my favorite mcdlcino," said "As a matter of law, Senator Mrs, Cora Flghtniaster, 31G WashingKnox contends that peace already exton, nve, Newport, Ky., recently. ists between the United States and Mrs. FIghtmnster's husband, O. F. Germany. Everyone knows that this Flghtniaster, who witnessed her state-mon- ti is true as a matter ot fnct. Mr. Is a prominent member of Knox demonstrntes conclusively that Newport Lodge, COS Carpenters and .peace Is established by international law. We have only an artificial doJoiners of America, of which ho was a charter member at Us organization, mestic status of war, created by legAbout Ithcumntlsin. soventeen years tigo. Peoplo aro learning that it Is only islative acts. It Is only necessary to "At tho time I began taking Tan-lac- ," a waste of time and money to take repeal these acts and thereby to end continued Mrs. Flghtniaster, "I mcdlcino internally for chronic and tho despotic power which they confer pounds muscular rheumatism, and about on the president, to glvo this country only weighed ninety-eig" out of a hundred cases peace nt home as well as nbroad. nnd was flat of my back In bed. But ninety-nin- e in a few weeks tlmo I had reached aro one or tho other of these varie- The adoption ot the Knox resolution my normal weight ono hundred and ties. All that Is really necessary to will do this. twonty pounds, and was on my feet afford relief Is to apply Chamberlain's "If we are at peace in law as well ablo to do all my housework as If Liniment freely. Try It. It costs Las in face, the war powers conferred nothing had ever been tho matter but 35 cents per bottle. Largo size upon the President are no longer con GO certs. in stitutionally exercised by him. This with me. "My stomach had been troubling Tho is Senator Knox's contention. GOLD RUSH IX SIBERIA mo tho worst kind for years and keeping alive tho fictions of war can gradually got worse In spite of all serve no other purpose than to keep Nome, Alaska, May 14. Reports the President Invested with powers that could bo done for me. Three yoars ago, Just a few weeks before I of the discovery of gold In Northeast- that do not attach to him when tho got Tanlac, my condition became so ern Siberia havo reached Nome, and country Is at peace." Philadelphia bad that I was taken to a hospital many boats are awaiting the opening Press. and was under treatment there for of navigation in readiness to carry"Senator Knox's speech will take eight weeks, coming home at the end ing "stampeders" to tho new fields. rank with the notablo expositions of i of that time one of tho most disconstitutional prlnclplo which enrich CERALVO. couraged persons in tho world. I our parliamentary records. It anshad fearful pains in my stomach, was wers every queston raised by the weak and nervous that Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danks,' of Executive's unwarranted assumption so I felt like I couldn't live, and as Nelson, were In our midst Sunday. of power to keep the country out ,of Rev. Ward Taylor, of near Bea-e- r nothing helped mo I became downpeace until peace shall be concluded hearted and despondent almost to de- Dam, preached at this place Sunday under the exact conditions prescribnlght. spair. ed by his individual will. No moto "Then I mado up my mind to try. Miss Grace Hill, who has been at arrogant pretension was ever attempt- Tanlac, seeing it so highly recom-monde- d, tending school at Hartford, has re- -. ed hy a autocrat. It j j3 and tho very first bottle turned home. now met and disposed of with tho Mr. John Barnard and Mr. Arthur lucid iogJc ot a great lawyer, in the stopped my stomach pains and nervous troubles and mado me eat and Everly have bpught and moved to the temperate language of a statesman sleep well. I soon commenced to W. P. Brown farm. capable of restraining his wrath un- Mr. L. P. Fulkerson and Mrs. Era- - ,ter circumstances naturally nrovoca- regain my lost weight and strength and It wasn't long before I was on my ma B. Fulkerson were in Hartford tive of patriotic indignaton. feet again, ablo to do all my house- one day last week. "The war shall uot end, says Pres-deMr. John Chancellor has bought work. Honestly, I don't believe I Wilson, 'until the Congress and y my if I had not and moved into the house vacated by , tlle country accept unchanged would bo living taken Tanlac, and I never fail to Mr. Arthur Everly, treaty, my covenant, my League of Little Miss Martena Morris spent Nations, my program of internationkeop a bottle In the house. If I have any symptoms of indigestion or last week with her sister, Mrs. Odra alism." Tanlac soon Allen, ot Martwick. begin to feel "Thp war Is at an end alrpady." Miss Logle Williams, of Center- - replies Senator Knox, "without resets me right again''. To me there's nothing like Tanlac, and if I could town, was the guest of Miss Hazel gard to your treaty, your covenant, speak with everybody personally, who Brown, a few days last week. your League of Nations or'your proProf. W. S. Hill, who has been, gram of internationalism. And he is suffering like I did I would certeaching in Hartford High School, tells the President why e legally tainly advise them to try it." Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. has moved bacx to his home here. and in fact at peace. Mr. S.'E. Hunter, of Equalty, visL. B. Bean, in Horso Branch by Ola-to- n "The war has ended, legally, beDrug Co., In Rockport by James ited his aunts, Mrs. P. L. Wood and cause the armistice of NoBrowning, In Cromwell by Wallace Miss Margaret Hunter, last Sunday. vember 11, 1918, was in fact a Mr. Colle Adock and children, ot capitulation and not merely a truce. & Porter, in Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr., and in McHenry, by S. Martwick, were guests of Mr. Lon Tho authorities on international law Barnard, Saturday night and Sunday recognize the capitulation or surrenJ. Tichenor. Advertisement. Misses Ethel, Ora and Cora Everly der of one of tho contesting parties attended the burial of their cousin. as, constituting In fact the termination Suggestion for n CnniplngTrip. Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Miss Leila Brown, at Equality, Mon- of hostilities, without regard to the Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before day. negotiations for nominal formal Mrs Minnie Fulkerson Is at tho peace. That this was President Willeaving home. As a rule It cannot be of l;er nephew, Mr. Jesse L. son's own construction of the effect obtained when on a hunting, fishln bed-sld- o or prospecting trip. Neither can It Everly, of Kockport, who is quiw ill at the armistice is proved beyond 1)8 obtained while on board the cars of fevers. the possibility of doubt by his of- Shelby, the little son of Mr. andiflclal utterances eighteen months; or steamships and at such 'times and places it 13 most likely to bo needed. Mrs. Jeff Curtis, who fell and broke ago." New York Suit Tho best way is to have it with his arm a few days ago is getting "In his address Senator Knox does m along very well at this time. you. not shut his eye to the fact that his Mr. Lum Coleman and "grandchil resolution, to be of use, must dren, Irene, Mary, Ada and Adron BETHEL law. "Tho resolution," he acMis .reff Picknell died at hor home Taylor, of Klmbley Mines, visited Mr. knowledges, "to bO' effective mush be d Yet as long as near Hamlin Chapel Church, May 7. Coleman's daughter, Mrs. Weslte of either hpuse of Congress susof tubercular trouble. She leaves a Rowe, last week. tains tho President In his policy of hufbnnd. one son and a host ot othor obstruction haw Is it to become relatives and friends to raouru her os ht . run-dow- n, I nt run-down, we-arbo-coone-thir- Community, was hero Tuesday, en routo to Fordsvlllc. Miss Erma Cartor, of Beaver Dam spent tho weekend with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carter. Helton, fit Mn- Mr. and Mrs. gan, visited their son, Mr. Bomnoy Holton and family, this week. Mrs. Alonno Bartlett, of Owens-bor- o, Is spending tho week with rcla-tlvand friends In Hartford. Mrs. Wllllo "Walker nnd daughter, of Lexington, returned home todav after n visit to Mrs. J. W. Carter. Misses Myrtle- Payne and Margarot Carter spent last week In Hartford, attending tho commencement exercises. Misses Ernestine Ralph and Ooldannnnntt nt llnrtfnrd nnrl Knthlppn Tichenor, of Centertown, spent tho week-en- d with Mrs. Eugene Allen. noar here. EDITORIAL COMMENT Let's settle this right now! better cigarette than Camel! price because Camels combine every feature that can make a cigarette supreme! Camels expert blend of choice ji No man ever smoked a You'll find Camels unequalled by any cigarette in the world at any will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tir- Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos puts Camels in a class by themselves. Their smoothness ! ing your taste cigaretty odor You'll-prefer Camels leave no unpleasant ! ciga-ret- ty aftertaste nor unpleasant Camels blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight !. rumsffES71C PHzrZ-3- - tts Camta sre oli evwrytrAare in scientifically aaaW 300 fen pckt in a ctrton Wa ttronily recommend thit carton for tha hemt or office supply or trben .you travel ptckattt of 20 cilmUf; or c4arefaa) jfjuine-ciCFCCorart- d R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-SaleN. C dry civil appropriation bill to the COLORADO MAY BE XEW House, the last of tho thirteen great PL.VTIXOI MIXING CEXT1 lit annual appropriation bills, providing SUverton, Col., May .6. Predicfor all of the government services for the fiscal year, beginning July tion is made that Colorado may rival 1st next, is on its way to enactment, the "black sand belt" of tho Pacific and we are able to report that tho coast in tho production ot platinum, total savings represented by these following the discovery for the first bills, below the original estimates time of tho existenco of this valuable submitted by the administration for mctnl in gold ore mined from workthese services in the book ot esti- ings near here. Analysis of a sixty-on- e ounce gold mates is $1,399(0S5,112.13, while the total savings below tho original and retort taken from this mlno disclos supplemental estimates Is $l,52S,- - ed 10 per cent platinum content ac994,402.13. cording to a report from Denver "At the beslnnlng of the present It is tho first platinum over session of Congress I expressed the detected In gold or silver ore In Colohope that wo would reduce our ap- rado. propriations, carried In the regular Barbed wire cuts, ragged wound a, appropriation bills, a billion and a sub- collar and harness galls heal up quarter Jielow tho estimates mitted by thw administration for these quickly when Ballard's Snow Liniservices. I think we aro Justified ment is applied. It Is both healing Price 25c. CO, and in pointing with prdeto thq.fact that and antlseptte. uot only has the hope then expressed $1.00 per botile. Sold by OhlaCoun-- . m been fully realzed but the saving has ty Drug Co. been a quarter of a million, more-tha-n was promised and aggregates a U. S. KMPLOYEBS NUMEROUS total saving of more than a billion: The ollkial register Issued ovory and a half. In other words, we hava kept our appropriations below the ad- two years by tho census burea ministration's request and estimates shows that on Jaly 1, 1919 there I 19 poles to n hlnck gum: thence S 07 E 19 poles to n white oak aud dog wood; thenco S 48 W 124 pole to a stone; thence S 4S E. 79 poles to a stone on North side of road from Fordsvlllo to Trlsler, Ky ; thena T. J. Whlttlnghill; thonc N. 34 E. 36 polos to a stono; thenco N. 47 W: T4 poles to the beginning, corner to containing-S- with said road SO poles to a stono acres, less about three acres sold to Emmltt Coppago am' separated from said land by road leading, truct Trlsler to Askins, ) uciiik: same lanu conreyen to ivy Simmons by I'avton Bashnii nnd wlfn on tho 14th day of July. 1919, which 'deed la oC record In (feed bock-- GS page 140, Ohio County Clerk's office i The purchaser will be rcnulred tow execute bond with security to be n;. inuvi'ii iij mo cummiiraiuner, irara"ui-ntel- y after sale, In two equal payments; bearing Interest at the rate of C'per cent per annum, nnd a Men will bo retained on th Innd sold as ad ditional security- Said bonds tc have force and etrect of a judgment Olvea under my hnnd this tho 17 day of. May, Jit 20. OTTJO C. MARTIN. M. C 31 L. Heavrln, Attorney Pneumonia often follows a KILL THE COLD! H .jprV r.. iUfS and little Mrs. Alfred iorah duughtor. and Mr. Owen Stewart, of Central drove 'I'.ient SiHufda;1 and uulny w th 'hoir'alster, Mrs Frank Mitplue, of this place. Rev. Liidett filled his res ilar appointment Sunday at Bethel, Sunday School is improving ulcoly. - CASTOR rA For Infants and Children the e? In Use For Over 30 Years Always Signature "Senator Knox does not sugfwst impeachment, although what he says Indicates he believes Impeachable ofHo is fenses havo been committed. awaro thtj President will be out ot office before a trtal could be held. Not does he express hope ot being able to command the votes tr override a veto. So In one sense the speech Is barren. A lawyer Is not expected or required to consider the actualities for hin of a situation. It is to establish the truth. But a statesman must take into consideration, not merely what should ho done, but what It Is possible to dt. New York Tribune. 4 times, us woro 9!i.618 government employees by a sam one and one-hagreat as the total annual expendi- In Washington as compared wltn 42,004 In 1915 The war departtures. ment alone had 195,479 civilian emSallow complexion Is due to. a tor- ploye througltout ,the country as. purifies, and compared with 37.055 in 1915. Th pid liver. Herblne strengthens tho liver and bowols and trewnry department advanced; troci restores tho rosy bloorm of health to 31WS to C2..640. the cheek. Price 60c. Sold: &y Ohio m County Drug Co. lt' iVA.n Neglected Cold HILL'S CASCARAb$ QUININE ztfuk fifcQMHfc tested for 20 yer lorm Mje, sure, no up. a cold in zt grip in a nan Muney back U it fallt. Tho k Centime box nai a Ken KtYMMHfc top IVi n r. witn f.ir. lima Hfc piciutw vu ';? At All Drug StottM Standard in lao.ti e HIS RIB Ono AVAR HU1CTIXG. ZdhrffMSSk nlgut a mother toM her little boy the story of tho creation, mado Adam and Ew. She tolit CASTO RiA MASTED; Oliildren Cry FLETCHER'S FQR Moxloy. Plaintiff, vs. Notice of slitu. opines orcm nouo relieve how-Go- d COMMISSIONER'S SALE Ohm Circuit Court. How's This? 'or Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward nny case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-liv- e years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy (or Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Dlood on n tho Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a crent Improvement In your Reneral health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at onre nnd cet rid of catarrh. Send for testimonial, free Y. J. CIIKNRY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by nil Drusetsts, 75c. Pol-so- Transfer Service I ask the patronage of the citizens of Hartford nnd tho traveling public in general for tho following reasons: years I havo tried to servo you well and have mado regular trips between Hartford and Boavor Dam, rain or shine, summer and winter, good roads and bad. regular Othors havo not made trips and only servo you in good weather. I charged you only 50c and war tax, through tho wlntor just tho same During the past 3 him how they took away Adam's rll and from It created Eve. Tho little boy was Interested In tho bedtime tale, but soon fell asleep. In a ltt-tt- e while he awoke with a piuit In his side. His mother asked what the trouble was. Little Bobble between sobs, said: "Oh dear me, I puess I'm going to luvo a wife!" Capper's Weekly. . J. W. BUKKHURST. Miss Nino Cornell spent last week In Hartford. Mr. Smith Payno was In McLean County for a few days last week. Mr. Goorgo Whobroy, of Rockport vlsltud rolatlvea ami friends hero last week. Mr. W. F. Cornell and son, of Franklin, spent last week here, at their homo, MIsfces Addle Westorfleld aud Helton, of Beech Valley, visited relatives hero recently. JVlr. U. P. Jones, of tho Washington When the bahy takes too much food the stomach turns; tho result Is, Indigestion, sourness aud vomiting. Frequently the bowels are Inrolved and there Is colic puins and diarrhoea. MeGee's Baby Elixir is a remedy for the grand corrective as In summer. stomach and bowel disorders ot baOthers aro chargjng 75c. bies. It Is pure, wholesome, and I havo never tailed to give Hart- pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c ford a good word or do Its citizens a per bottle. Sold by Ohio County good deed whonovor tho opportunity Drug Co. m presented itself. My cars leave Hartford at the folBILLION AND A HALF SAVED lowing hours: 4 a. in.; 9:40' a. m.; 12:30 p. in.; 2 p. in.; and 7 p. m. Washington, May Tho saving by Hartford headquarters at Casobier & tho present Congress ot a billion and Taylor's Restaurant. a half of dollars as reported by RepI sincerely thank you for the many resentative Frank W. Mondell, ot favors ot tho past aud cordially in- Montana, majority leader In the vito your patronngo for tho future, House. He says: 40tt J. E. CURTIS. "With tho reporting ot tho sun- - DIzzlnois, vertigo (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence are symptoms of a torpid Uvor. No ono can feel well while the liver Is inactive. Horblno Is a powerful liver stimulant. A dose or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try it. Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m 4 FORI) MOTOR CO., REORGANIZED Notice has been served of tho reorganization ot the Ford Motor Company as a 100,000,000 Deleware corporation. Michigan does not per-- , mit the organization ot a company with a capital stock ot moro than $50,000,000. The new company will consolidate the various lines ot manufacture into one business. This will Include automobiles, trucks, tractors, alrcrafts, Internal combustion locomotives and railroad cars, Defendants, By virtue of a Judgmont and order of sale rendered in' the ahnvn stvUul action at tho, May term, 1920, direct- -. Illir tun flu rnnitillnvlitnar in unll M a I hereinafter described land for the purpose ot paying the debt of tho plaintiff. J. w Moxley, amounting to the sum. of $o00.00. with interest thereon at tho rate of f. nor rnnr np annum from July 14. 1919, until paid, anu an costs ot this action, including the cost ot this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder at tho nnnri .House door in Hartford, Ky., on Mon- ....- - mi . t. iUv Tma t inon day of tho regular term of tho Ohio County Court) nt about the hour of 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six and twelvo months, tho following described real estate, lying nnd bo-IIn Ohio County, Ky., ami bouim ed as follows: Beginning at a stono on the east side of tho Hartford and Hardlns-bur- g road; thence N. 1 East 33 poles to a stone and sugar tree marked as pointers; thence S. 83 East 22 Vi polos to a sycamore; thence N, 59 W. 39 poles to a stone; thenco S. 33 W. 10 poles to a stono on the bank of a branch; thenco up Bald branch with its meanders N. 40 w. 30 poles to a stone; thenco S. 24 W, 4 poles to a stone; thence N, 18 W. 16 poles to a stone; thenco N. 63 W. 20 poles to a etone; thence N. 61 W. Silvia Simmoro, Guardian, et al .TtTjn?.iw5 1 rfflrf or t- - Greater Pride in YourHome You can't help taking a greater Jiome when it's spick and span in a brand-ne- w coat of 'it nride in vour ng and pure linseed oil. This paint costs less, figured by the gallon, square yard, or years of service. As it is mixed to order, you can have the exact color you want. maWe use only terials and our prices are right. May we estimate on Vour workfl IV aL Sat A miim and yon mm ail; .( mm IU tutact, wJUtftMif it. high-gra- f V DUTCH BOY WHITE-LEAD J. C. CASEBIER Ilurtford, Ky. W e t Financial Statement of Ohio County. Continued from last week's Issuo name Cnnlcn, Derwood, samo Bnlrd, Clyde, same Smith, Jesso, flame Hohaney, J H , Hame Smith, W. D, same Martin, It. B.," tPiim Smith, Jcsio, hauling Tlchenor, Cecil, driving truck Tlchonor, Frank, labor Williams, J. E., frolght. . . Shepherd, Jim, lumber Loren.a, Shultz, hauling Harrnss, M. M., labor Tlchenor, Cecil, driving truck Smith, Vltuln, ex. to Louisville James, Delmar, labor Cardcn, Dorwood, samo Mahaney, J. II., same Smith, J. W., samo Smith, W. ., tamo Martin, It. B., team Taylor, Less, painting . . . Sullenger, Geo, labor .. . t Jnmcs, Delmar, samo ' Carden, Derwood, same Mahaney, J. II., eamo Smith, J. W., same Smith, W. D., same Martin, T B . team Collins, Frank, labor Tlcheno- -, Cecil, lalor Tlchenor, Frank, same James, Delmer, trip to Loul3- vlllo Crumpton, S. II., labor Stevens, Sam L., expenses . llarrass, M. M., labor Schroader. M". C, team Horry, H. D., labor Schroader, M U., team James, Dolmor, labor Tlchenor, Cecil, driving truck Tlchenor, Frank, labor Collins, Frank, same Darrass, M. M., same James, Delmer, same Collins, Frank, same James, Delmor, samo Smith, Jesso, same Tlchenor, Frank, expenses.. Stevens, Sam L., same to Loulsvlllo Durrough's Add. Men. Co., ot machine Tlchenor, Frank, labor . . . James, Delmor, samo Porter, J. M , tin etc Smith, Jesse, labor Tlchenor, Worth, hauling... Stevens, Henry, making road Del in ur, James, Balrd, Jim, samo .... .... .... r .... .... .... - .... .... .... .... .... up-ke- .... Smith, W. D., labor llines, Guy, same iShnwn. Al.. samo Yelscr, N. A., samo Mnhnnov. Jno.. samo Collins, Frank, samo Uennett, Ruben, samo James, W. D., sam0 Hlnes, Guy, same Jnmes. Delmer. samo - 4 Ti services ..II ' '""'i-TT- drag u .' Smith. W. D.. same Smith, Jesse, same Mahaney, Jno., same Yelser, N. A., same Collins, Frank, same ' 4. Hlnes. Guy.' same Horace, samo fc ' Dn.tai. nn anmn Dratchor, S. A., samo Hlnes, Guy, Bame Ituckcr, Horace, same Miller, T, W hauling Tlchenor, Cecil, labor Urown, J L , school books . . Hoover, A H , hauling Tlchenor, "Worth, samo Tlchenor, Cecil, labor Dortch, J. H.. labor Kitchens, W H., labor Leach, C F., repairing shoes Basham Ernest, team Mischke. H. E., freight Dye, J. II., K. It. faro bed Travis, W. J., Hlmes, W. A., labor Tlchenor, Cecil, same....... Ralph. G. A., gTadlng Bennett, Ernest, samo W . L Uennett, uuuen, lanor .... .... ... Smith, Jesse, team Hlmes, W. A., labor Jones, Jno. P., same Tlchenor, Cecil, same Sullenger, George, samo Shaver, J. T., team Ashley, Dennis, team Bennett. Foster, Jabor .... Edwards, Justice, labor Westerfield. Timer samo Same, samo .... .... . . . Westerfield. Herbert, labor . Williams, J. II., school books Balrd, E. C. labor Taylor, S. W., school books. . Barnes. E. P., & Bro, same Louisville Chemical Co duster Co., Chemical Louisville dusters Tappan, J. B., repairing Stevens, S. L., repairs Tlchenor, Worth, expenses to Owensboro Hartford Mill Co., lumber ... .... .... "Wiggins, W. C, Mlschke, H. E blacksmlthlng freight Moxley, C. S , Collins. Frank , Rial, Eck James, Delmer Beaver Dam Pig. mm Smith. Jesse Westorfleld, Herbert Duke, J. T., Shown, Lon, Ashley, W. C.( Tlchenor. Same, same Bennett, Iteuben, labor Whltt'.nghlll, Tom, samo Dyo, Jno. H., Stamps,... Tlchenor, Cecil, ianor Probus, W. A., teams Schroader, N. A King, Moten Foreman, Itoy Cecil , .... ... . o.,.. STATE AID CLAIMS , Balrd, B. C, foreman ,XWesterfleId, H. H., labor 'Shown, Lon, same , Rowan, Claud, same Brooks, E. L., same Duke, E. F., same Bennett, Lois, same jCrowe, J. A-- f same .... 3.00 Ashley, Dennis, team 15.00 11.25 Ashley, W. C, samo 11.75 11. 25 Wosterfleld, T., samo 11.75 4. GO llowan, C , labor 13.30 11.25 Duke, J. p., samo 4.27 11.25 Donnett, Lois, same 4.27 10.00 Shown, Lon, samo 2.02 11.25 Dennett, Eli, samo 12.91 0.00 Shown, Ernest, snmo 12.71 8.40 Crowe, J. A., samo 11.14 10.01 15.00 Crowe, Tom, samo 2C.30 llowan, A. A., samo 1.35 2.25 23.20 Ashley, W. C, samo 3.15 5.00 Ward, V C, snmo cars is 4.80 Ashley, Dennis, team 30.76 24.75 11.70 As"hley, V. C, same is Westerflcld, Timer, same . . . 9.76 14.37 Uennett, Joo, No. 1, samo . . . 30.50 18.50 0.00 Westorfleld, J. It., same 25 00 9.00 Shown, Lon, snmo . . 19.75 COO Ashley, It. D same 10.00 6.00 llowan, A. A., samo is 20.00 12.00 Duke, J. P., same 11.00 10.00 Bennett, Joe N. 2., samo skill 1.37 30.50 Uennett. Joe. same 1.50 SO. 00 Tlchenor, Worth, truck 4.05 6 00 Tlchenor, .Cecil, samo 1.91 COO Smith, Jesse, labor 4.50 Wcsterfleld, Herbert, foreman 1G.80 30x3V&-solely I 6.75 I 15.00 llowan. Claud, labor K fAi 4.50 8.00 Uennett, Ell, tamo sizes. 31 6.75 5 (0 Shown, Ernest, samo 6.75 ltoSvte5v-39 00 Crowe, J A., samo effect is 1.80 Trogden, I)., same 1 0 oO 2.25 7.95 Uennett, Itupert, same sizes .89 Greer, Thomas, samo 6.7 r. factory-equippe- d " 00 Crowe, Tom, samo 1.5 S .'. 30.00 Shown, Lon, same 18.00 17.55 Ashley, Dennis, team 15.00 1.50 Ashley, W. C, snmo 10.00 12.50 Ashley, It. D., same samp is also 11.0(1 3.00 Weaterfleld. J. It., "Westorfleld Tymer, same . . . 18.00 32.50 11.50 -l 13 &' Shown. Lon, samo sizes 10.00 17.40 Duke, J. F , same Wosterfleld. Herbert.foreman 17.50 9. CO 8.75 1. 1C50 Hoover, Lonner carpenter . . . 8.55 6.00 Crowe, J. A., labor 2.02 Crowo, J F., samo 3.00 7.43 6.00 Shown, Lon, snmo 1.80 13.50 Crowe, Tom, same i 250 7.50 Uennett. Ell, team 18.55 Weaterfleld, Tymer, team . 15.00 ? 10.00 Ashley, Dennis, Bamo 9.5'i 24.80 Ashley, W C, samo 10.60 Wosterfleld, J. It., samo .: tf": Claims allowed for plowing on road 5.20 1919: 4.50 4.00 15.00 Allen, Walter, 2 days on road 2.00 7.90 Samo, 1 samo 6.00 15.00 Ulack, E. C, 3, samo 2 00 54.00 Urown, Leslie. 1, same -- .. 4.00 Dennett, Ernest, 2 samo.... 30x3 Goodyear "Double-CurGoodyear Heavy Tonrut Tubes are thick, strong tubes that 4.00 Fabric, AllAVcalher Tread reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a 7.00 Drown, Jno. D., 2 samo COO Baltzell, Dearllng, 3, samo . . cheap tube I Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost littlfc more 8.00 COO samo . 30x3 lJz Goodyear Sincle-Cur- e than .tubes of less merit. 30x 3Vfc size in water- - &A50 2.70 Cummlngs, Jim, 2 4.0C Fabric, Antl.Skid Tread li proof bag It D., 2 samo 1.25 Carter, 3.00 samo.. -W., 1 10.00 Carter, J. 2.00 10.50 Carter, A. A., - same 4.00 u. u., i. same G 00 1.00 C.'oo Daniel, Itoy, h samo 8 00 12.00 ."anioi, -- esac, 1 sumu -2.00 .. ...., o.vv lrnnol Win. - Htimn 8 00 6 oo Daniel. James, 4. same same, 3.00 Foreman, Roy II.. 1 6.00 jo Aniarlfflii. John. 3 same 150 same & nails Goff, J P , cj.uu 11 W.. ".00 ? . uu, 1 .amo oi.iw. . 2.00 2.00 I i 15.00 uuei ' 4.00 2 same 4.50 Hoover, Herbert, same 1 2.00 15.00 Jacobs, F. T , -1 --COO -----i - mmtn 9P iminn 9.00 McDowell. Sam, 3, samesame. 2.00 Martin, Thomas C, 1 2.70 Malln, N. A , 1 samo , 2.00 "I 2.00 1 S.50 Minton. Lonoy, 1 samo 2.00 Wilson, B. N., 1 same n 4.00 Babbitt, Stephen, 1 same. . . same . 2.00 Calloway, W. E., 1 same. . . . 2.00 9.00 Miller, Fred, , 1 same . . Fuqua, R. B., 5 same .. 11.0k Albln, J. R 1 same 2.00 2.00 Same, 1 same 2.00 3. 00 Plckorell. T. II. lqua, Reat, 4, same 8.00 Embry, M. A., 3 same . . . 8.00 came. 6.00 Carllle, L. W., 1, same 2.00 1.57 Pirtle, Henry, 4 1 samo . , same... 1.00 Eidson, L. B 1 same 2.00 Helton, J. T., 3.00 Hocker, Scioto, 1 same.. 3.00 3.50 PIckerell. T H. 4 same. . Helton, Tonle, same. ... 1.00 Embry, L. L., 1 same 8.00 2.00 King, C. F., 1J, same.... 3.00 5.90 Ithoads, W, H., T., 2 Hendrlx, C. E., 3 same. . . . 6.00 Haycraft, Jesse, 6 4.00 same. 13.00 Montgomery Bros., 4 same.. S.00 . 1.59 Richardson, W. same sane... Johnson, Barnle, 2 same. 4.50 .Miller, J. L., 1 4.00 samo... ... . 3.00 Miller, T. W.. 1V same 3.50 12.50 Richardson, 2 Johnson, Arch, 1 samo. . . 3.00 Miller, C. F., 1 3.00 samo. . . same.. 3.00 Oglesby, Sam, 1 3.00 same.... 24.36 Royal, Chester, Same, 2 same 4.00 Smith, Charlie, 2 5.00 same. samo. . . S L., 5.50 Render, S. H., 1 same 2.00 5.40 4.00 Smith, Ellis, COO Johnson, Mrs. Mary 2, samo. same ... 3 1.50 Stogner. Oden, 1 same 2.00 Menus Tho Opposite, 25.00 Stevens, L. M., 1, samo Lewellen, Dee., 1 samo.. 3.00 White. O. S., 1& same... " 2 00 Lanham, W. N., 1 same . . . 3.00 Sandefur, W. T 1 same.. 3.00 of 25.00 Spinks. Elvis, 3, samo 2.00 Arnold, Ivan, 4 same COO samo 8.00 Jackson, E. C, 2 same. . . . 4.00 3.95 Sheriff, John, Lanham, C. C, 1 same . . . 2.00 Arnold, J. A., 3 same . . . ... 6.00 Jackson, M. 1 same.... 2,00 8.00 Shown, Hollon A . ,1,3arr.e. . . n 1.00 Lamb, Henry, 1 samo 2.00 Awtry, Jake, 3 same 2.00 6.00 Rowe, H. D., 1 same. . . . 2.00 It's a Matter Of Red Blood Cells 16.93 Schroader, N. 2 samo samo . Lewellen, Dee, 2 same 4.00 Boyd, "Warren, 4.00 same. 3.00 Craig, Bradley same. . . . 3.00 11.99 Tatum. T. H.. 1 same 3.00 Crumes, G. W., 3 same... .. . 2.00 Aimer, woiin, IVj same 6.00 Matthews, F. S., 2 same.... Wallace U. C, 4.00 30.00 same 7.0U Daughorty, J. F 4 same. ii 7.00 Miller, Lee P., 3 8.00 Marlow, Walter, 6 same and Makes Rich, Red Blood 15.10 wnuoman, u. ., -- vs. nuuio.. 4.00 Miller, TV. M., 4 samo 3.00 Miner, Thos., 2 same samo. . 8.00 Baughn, T. M., hauling , . . 15.00 Builds Pp People Who 14.70 Magau, J. C, 1 same 2.00 Wilson, J. S., 2 ... 2.00 same... 5.00 Rice, B. F., 2 same 5.00 3.00 Hondley, James, 1,1,samo. , . , lick Vitality. same . . 3.00 Brown, T. H., 2.00 Midklff, George, 1 samo . . 1.00 Rusher, W. S., 2 same 4.00 3.00 Hoover, Clarence,4, samo. 1 Moseloy, N. W., 2 same ... 00 Crumes, Floyd, 5 same . . 8.00 10.00 Rnsher, Robert, 3 same.... Casteel, H. M., samo . . . 7.00 2.70 same . . . 00 Duff, Otis, 2 4.00 Moseley, E. K same 5.00 Roberts, B. J., 2 If your body is sound and your same. . . . 5.00 16.00 Hoover, J. T.. 2 2 same same . . 00 Faught, T. L., 9 same . . . 4.00 Nabors, W. F., 2 same 18.00 Sanders, W. T 6 same.... Hoover, G. A., 12.00 blood is rich and red, your acts and 9.00 Hoagland, Jesse, 3, samo and Ralph, J. A., 2 same 00 Foster, S. D 1 same... 3.00 Webster, W. A 3 same.. 7.00 thoughts will be quick 2.40 00 Goodman, J. A., 1 same . and strong. 6.75 Ralph, E. W., 2 same . 2.00 Bellamy, W. B., 2 same. . . . Sills 4.00 10.50 Stovens Ray 2 same ....". 00 Goodman, J. K., 3 Let your blood get weak, and your same. 7.50 Babbitt, J. H., 1 same 4.00 Whltehouse, Onlce 3 2.00 300 Hoover, Arvln,2 samo 00 Hughes, Walter, 4 tsame same 9.50 Boyd, Horton, 1 samo 4.00 Westerfield, 2.00 food won't nourish you nor your 5.00 Hoover, J. T , 2 same. 1 Clarence, Hatler, W. W., 7 same... 14.00 Downs, C. H., 1 same 2.00 sleep refresh you 6.00 12.00 Hoover, C. W., 3 same same 3.00 Hlnes, T. H., 3 same .... 6.00 Evans, J. R 3.00 2.00 l same same.... Too much hard work, an Illness 7.00 Henry, Elvis, -- 1.00 Whltehouse, A. A., 2 same. . . Her, J. R., 3 same 6.00 Eskrldge, J. S., 3 same.... 6.00 6.00 8.82 Jones. G. P., 3, same Wright, Claude, 1 a. oo Jamison, Sam, 1 same ., same... Eskridge, Elijah, 7 same. . . . 14.00 or a mental strain can thin down your 3.00 6.00 8.40 Lewis, J. C, 3 same 6.00 Lang, Ed., same 1.00 Eskrldge, Joe, 3 same Is needed 6.00 blood, and Pepto-Manga- n 2.00 Wright, J.' Wesley 3 same . . . 33.20 Newcomb, W. F., 1, same., . . Westerfield, Clarence 2 samo 4.00 Leach, N. D., 2 same ... 5,00 5.00 to bring It back to healthy, normal 9.00 h. v., 2 same.... Patton, Thurman, 4 same. 33.20 Barnard, R. I., 3 sajue 6.00 Leach, C. T., 2 4 same . . . 4.50 Farmer, Grover, 1 same. . . 2.00 3.00 condition. 10.44 Reagan, S. M., 1 same 6,00 Moore, Barnle, 1 same 2.00 Hale, Ira, 4 Bame 8.00 1.06 Black, J. H 3 same 1.75 Stewart, C. O., Ms same..,.. Knowing this, doctors for years Davis, Edward, 3 same, &c 7.25 Pierce, W. H., 2 M same . 5.00 Hendrlx. Calvin, 4 same.... 8.00 4.00 3.40 Taylor, II. W., 2. same.... Douglas, Eden, 1 $ame 2.00'. Ragland, T. W., 3 eame . Jones, A. C, 3 same Gude's Pepto-Mang6.00 6.00 have recommended TInsley, H. G., 3 same.. 7.00 nuuson, . j., same ......... 2.00 Stewart, J. A., 3 same. . . . 10.26 6.00 iveney, Asa., 3 same g 6.00 becauso of its i same 2.00 Wado, II. L 1 same." 3.08 3.25 Wright, A. D., 1 same.. &c. 3.00 LeGrand, C, 1 same. 2.00 Haven, J. N. 1& 2.00 and tonic properties. Whlttaker, Jesso, 1 same. . . . Jackson, E, W., 1 same Wilson, F. T., 3 same 2.00 .00 13.00 (Continued on 6th page) n 3. OS Acton, S. It., 6 same is such a siniple anl 4.00 Allen, J. L., 1 same 2.00 4.00 Le.cn, Wayne, 2 same 1.50 Acton, It. B., 2 same harmless ,tonlc, yet such a prompt Malln, Wesley, 1 same 2.00 Barnard, Edgar, same. 5.00 2.00 Acton, Ira, 1 samo 40.00 4.00 Barnard, E. P., 3 ame.., builder of red blood, that Us reputa 7.60 4.00 Payton, Bud, 2 same Baker, Will, 2, same 6.00 same... tion hs spread all over tho counsame. ll.!D0 Plummer, H. N., 55 same.... 10.00 Barnard, Cecl, 2 Baker, It. Tarvln, 5 FOR FLETCHER'S 2.84 5.00 same. . 2.00 Plummer, J. H., same . . ... 1000 Baltzell, Willie, Z same Ira, try. To-devery druggist sells It 4.85 Bozarth, Allen, 1, same 4.00 Brown, J. Will, 2, same... 4.00 2.00 Peake, Sam, 2 same and thousands of men and womon uso 24,50 Burton,Tlco, 2 1, days plowing Peake, Leonard, 2 same 4.00 Carden, Estill, 3 same... 7.00 Baker; i It as a restorative whenever they or 2.00 Davis, Cap, same ljDO 6.00 Rogers, E. E. 1 same on UNKEASONABLE. 00 Berry, U.road 2 same 4.0C Harris, H. H 2 same.,.. 4.00 their children seem to feel below par. 4.00 Shields, Warren, 2 same E 9' Cox 4.00 Jackson, E. W., 1.00 same.... 7.00 Shields, Roscoe, 2 same n agrees with the most same.... J. Ellis. 12.63 Day Charles. 2. same "WaB the operation successful?" 4.00 Miller, Hiram, 1 3.00 same... 4.00 Taylor, Sherman, 2 same delicate stomach, and is obtainable In " 16.00 Roach, Herschell, 1.00 aame... 5 same 10.00 Taylor, J. M., 5 same "It was brilliantly so In the facts either liquid or tablet form. Duke. H. 0., 18.55 Duff, C. P., 4 same etc S.0n Shaver, W. L 1 same.... 2.00 It demonstrated. Only one person 10.00 Wright, Leslie 2 Ms same... 4,80 Be sure tho name "Gude's"- - is on 4.00 Stevens, Otis, 1 same 2.00. 8.00 Williams, S. T. 2 same.... Duff, R. A., 4, samo 17.25 Duff, Charles, 4.00 Taylor, Henry, 1, same... 2.00 did not seem to be pleased with the the package when you buy 5.00 Baggerly, J. A., 2 same.... 2H same.... 9.00 Dodson, 4.04 Taylor, it. Lee, 2, same 4.00 results." 8.00 Bennett, W P., 2 same J. H.. 4 same Ask the druggist for 2.50 Cox, L. 8.00 Taylor, W. B., 6 same "Who was that?" 12.00 ,00 Davenport,F.,R.4 Ysamosame Duke, Almond, 1, same "Gude's". If "Gude's" is not on tho 4 26.00 Dawson, M. K., 5 eame 8.00 Taylor, Henry Will, 3, same 6.50 10.00 "The patient's widow." package, it is not 2.00 Chlnn, Solon, l, same..,, i". 2.00 3.00 ,4Jonca, uuner, i same same Ed., 1 27.06 Ewan, B. G. 4 same u. n., i same, ana Howell, Robert, same. . , . 1.00 Advertisement. 8.00 Fost, 3.00 2 hands 6.00 Holland, Birch, 1, same..., Do Your Best. 2:00 6.00 E. F., 3 .uo Babbert, Wllber, 2 samo.... same 3.00 Everyone should do all he can to 4.00 Wade, Dolan, 1 same etc 6.75 Knight, J. F., 2 same Johnson When a man speaks the truth in 16.00 Mitchell, 6.00 provide for his family and in order same., 7.00 Smith, J. T., 3 same. 1 same 2.00 Kitchens, W. H 3 the spirit ot truth his eye is as cloar 1.10 Mitchell, J. B., 1 samo Wells, Coleman, 3 same. . , 7.00 4.00 2.00 Leach, J. A., 2 eame John, 1.10 Midklff, A. F., 1 2.00 to do this he must keep bis physical as tho heavens. Emerson. 6,00 Wallace, George, 1 same... 5,00 Lake, Wm 3 Bame same, . . . 1.10 Martin, Mack, 1, same 3.00 system In the best condition possible 2.00 Aklns, A. E., l5 same..,. 2.00 Lee, Charlie, 1 same. , 5,00 "' 4.00 No one can reasonably hope to do 2.00 Asbby, U. C, 2 same...... For a Weak Stomach. 6.00 Maddox, S. W., 1 same Midklff, Cicero, 2M same . . 1,00 much when he Is halt sick a good 2.00 Asbby, Martin, & same, 4.00 Smith, C. B., 1 same Powers, Daisy, 2, same 2,00 6.00 Ashby, E. J 1, same 4.00 Stevens, J. 11,, 3 same Park, I. J., 2 same As a general rulo all you need to do 2.00 share ot tho time. If you are con6.00 Ashby, E. M., 1 eame 22.40 Taylor, It. L., 21. same,... 6.00 Sandefur, Len, 3 same 2.00 stipated, bilious or troubled with In- Is to.ndopt a diet suited to your ago 3.00 Womack, Roscoe, 6 same, . . 10,00 Brown, A., 1 same 10.35 Toms, Abe, l1., same. . . . 1.00 Baize, James, 1, same 4.00 Wllkerson. Ed, H same 2.00 digestion get a package ot Chamber- and occupation and to keep yur bow10.68 Same, 2, same 8.00 Boyd, Herman, 1 same 6.30 Whobrey, Willie, 2, same. , , . 4.00 Chlnn, T. K., 4 same 2.00 lain's Tablets and follow the plain els regular, When you feel that you 2.00 Boone.-'W.E.- , 2.00 Hunter, J. B., 1 same 7.20' Renfrow, Claude, l, same. . . 1 same,. ,, 3.00 printed directions, and you will soon have eaten too much and when con9.00 Renfrow, W. H., 9 samo. . . 19.00 Patterson, V. B., 1 same . . , . 2.00 1,00 be feeling alright and able to do a stipated, tako one of Chamberlain" 2.00 Boyd, C. W.i Vt same G.17 Wedding, II. L., 3 same... . 6.00 Robertson, W. B 1 same . , m Tablets. 4.00 Brown, E. U, 1 same 2,00 day's work. 2 samo....... 4.00 Williams, Wilbur, 2 same. . . 4.95 Wilson, Pom, ..... ,m. - ........ Big Value in Tires for The Smaller Cars Back of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires for the smaller the same purpose to supply high value in the product that behind the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that equip the most expensive automobiles built expressed by the enormous This purpose resources, extraordinary and scrupulous care applied to the manufacture of Goodyear Tires in the largest tire factory in the world , and devoted to the 30x3', x The of this endeavor noted in the fact that last year more cars using these with Goodyeat Tires were than with any other kind noted in the fact that if you own a It Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car mentioned, you requiring one of the can secure Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearest Goodyear 4-in- ch ....... .... ... r V .Ci' JL1., S2T.; .... : Service Station. .... .... WWl e : rP .... I $21 , .... .... ... .... .... " ' iiiroigMiiiiaKnMMMi .... ' , , 1, 2, ' ' BEAUTY IS REFLECTED HEALTH SIck-Lookln- g. "Good-Lookin- .... L-.- , 1, 1, ... Pepto-Mnngn- 1, .... .... .... an blood-buildin- ..... ...... .... Pepto-Manga- 2, Ohilclren Cry 3. .... ...... .... .... .... .... .... .... CASTO R!A ay Pepto-Manga- ... Pepto-Manga- n. .... Pepto-Manga- n. ...... .... ........ .... .... " .).. vThe Hartford Republican by COMPANY "Watervllct arsenal, New York, foi the manufacture of medium-calibr- e field artillery. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Green Hazelwood Is tho najne of a young man who lives adjacent to Hartford. There Is nothing perhaps. so remarkable in the name, but v, were Just thinking as to how much better it sounds and feels than Dead Dogwood would. Wo like it even better than Live Oak or Silver Poplar We made an Important discovery the other day. We found one thing in Hartford that had come down Now, don't be to durn fast, wo didn't say that anything had gotten cheaper, that is to the ultimate consumer Listen, let us whisper it to you, the tops of A. Rial's popcorn bags have dropped, they are about an Inch nearer the bottom than ever before. Committee amendments providing for the sale of government war muni tion plants at Tullytown, Pa Amatol Incorporated N. J., and Jacksonville, Fla., were rejected. T1NSLEY, Eilltor W. S. The Senate also overruled the commill Business MnnnRcr. mittees in voting to retain House apEntered nccordlng tp law at the propriations of $88,S80 for the acPostofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as wall quisition of land near Camp Travis matter of the second class. Tex., for a target range. Published Weekly PRINTING HARTrORD FORDSON TRACTORS Will help you to catch up with your farising. Buy Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to SCHOOL. ATTENDANCE OFFICERS TO STUDY m NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Frankfort, Ky., May 25. Becauso Subscribers desiring the paper sent of the Important position of school atto a new address must give tho old tendance officer, George Colvin, suaddress In making the request. Is Business Locals and Notices 10c perintendent oi public Instruction, per line, and 8c per line for each ad- planning a school for attendance ofditional Insertion. ficers to bo held this summer for two Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards weeks during July at tho State Unl- per word, and 6c for of Thanks, lc each head line and slgnnutre, money 'verslty, under the Joint direction of ' the State University, tho American in advance. Notwithstanding tho fact that it Church Notices for services free, Red Cross, and the Department of but other advertisements, lc per Education. rained quite a bit while we were on Superintendent Colvin wants all of the fishing trip. Yes and we might will Anonymous communications the county superintendents and coun add that we did the major portion of receive no attention. ty attendance officers to attend this our angling In water, we are, in honor school, which will have a competent bound, I Eay notwithstanding the TELEPHONES teaching corps. The course of study foregoing and above mentioned hard 59 Fa'rmers Mutual and cold facts bound to admit that will be confined to: 123 Cumberland at- frpm certain points of view It would First The meaning of the-netendance law and the new county ad- on the average, be called a very dry MAY 28 FRIDAY trip. ministration law. Second Machinery for enforcing them. Duties and powers of the atSpeaking of outings and how one ANNOUNCEMENT tendance officer. gains and recuperates on taking a with other good trip with plenty to eat and lots Third "We are authorized to announce county with the Juvenile of good, thick buttermilk to drink the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., Courts, officers to looking the end that at- reminds us of the fact that John of Breckenridge County, for Congress tendance officers may be appointed Moore had to borrow Doc Pirtle'. belt from the Fourth Congressional Disprobation officers. which had become worthless to him, trict, subject to the action of the Rewith tho so- and Doc, In turn, used the belt disFourth publican party. cial relief agencies of the county such carded by Tinsley, who was forced as the Red Cross, In matters of civil to skin the bark off of a 10 foot Maybe President Carranza died of ian relief where there are no other hickory pole for belt accommodations, flu. Some of the causes of death ad- agencies; Public Health Nursing As- while Old Timer simply raised his vanced are but little more reasona- sociation, the county nurses, women's trousers up about a foot to a smaller ble. And we are certain that he clubs, county agents and home dem place. onstration agents. "flu." .' fr For a period of 9 days ending with Sometimes, in falling Into a re- GOVERNMENT TROOPS Tuesday, we did not see a single pawe get to wondering miniscent mood MOVE AGAINST VILLA per, dally or otherwise. We were as what has become of the much talked-o- f 'twere, the world forgetting, by the mysterious Col. House, for a time Queretaro, 'Mex., May 25 In view same forgotten. We lost out in the the chief counsellor of President of the failure of Villa to comply with run of Jlggs' and his doings, baseball and the mirror in which the the ultimatum within the specifieJ slipped from our mind and observaPresident saw himself as the world time, orders have been given the rev tion, we did not hear of Carranza' looked at him. olutlonary forces to proceed against murder until days after and even the the rebel. Gen, P. Ellas Callcs an- gyrations of Bat Nail to us went unHoover and Lowden sentiment ap- nounced today. observed and unchronicled. But we pears to be in the ascendency at thlj Villa Is reported moving from Do or don't give a doggon, for week it may be Wood rado and Valle de Allende, Chihua- didn't time. Next we were dlggln bit and fishin and Johnson, with the probability hua, toward Jimlnez. His actions are mostly dlggln uv bait. may prove a case of wet or suspicious," General Calles said. that it dry with the quartette, with the State forces under General Enri- We abhor the fellow who divulges will fall foul quez are concentrating near Dorado. chances that the toss-u- p a secret and willfully violates tire about the second week In June. El Paso, Tex., May 25. Roberto V confidence of a friend, but on the " If you wish to realize how fast Pesquiera, fiscal agent of the Revo qujet, we had a letter from our old lutionary Government here tonight, events transpire, how many 'things received a telegram from General enemy and fellow criminal a few days back, in which he Informed us of sevspan of eight or take place within the Obregon announcing the capture of ten days, separate yourself entirely Luis Cabrera, formerly Secretary cf ering his connection with the Frankfort paper and the acceptance of a from telephone connection, let not a Finance Cabinet. position in the Carranza that would keep him consingle piece of mail matter come to Cabrera, according to the message, your hands during the time, and then was taken yesterday at Villa Juarez, tinuously In Louisville. John Henry try to make a fair review of the Puebla, and is now in Belem Prison, said he had to pay board while in the capital city, but In Louisville he simthings you usually keep up with. Mexico City. ply stayed and ate with Mrs. Thomas Then it Is you will begin to reallz3 and therefore his living did not cost with what rapidity and in what great U. S. LOSS ON RAILS him anything. The luck of some volume interesting events take place. IS $000,478,000 birds makes me green with envy. A bonus is something given in adWashington, May 24. The GovernOne day while down on the fishins dition to what is ordinarily recelv-o- d ment's gross loss in operation of the by, or strictly due, the recipient. railroads during Federal control was excursion we all hit the camp just be Nevertheless, there can be no doubt 5000, 47S, 000 according to the fina" fore noon, tired, almost blistered by of the fact that thousands upon top report of Edgar Shorloy, Railroaad the hot sun reflected by the water, and of course the first thing we did men deof thousands of Administration director of finance. was to gather around the ice box and serve additional compensation for was Of this total $677,513,000 time spent in our army during the chargeable directly to the excess of dig up, one, a soda pop, others ginger late war. And there are other thous- operating expenses over revenues and ale or whatever we possessed that ands and thousands who received all rentals for the "class one" roads, Mr. best suited his taste, all however, they were worth In the army and Sherley said. Smaller lines, sleep- simply because it was cold and bad a more than they were worth had they ing car companies and inland water tendency to reduce the temperature been free and at home. We do not ways added $45,460,000 to this total. of overheated boilers. Some one at this period spoke to Jim, the Cook, bnve much of an Idea as to how the who had turned his back upon the deserving, the real deserving, may PRESBYTERIANS OF bunch making a hopeless effort to separated from and be classified SOUTn FOR MERGER BEADS ODDLY STRUNG those who are not really entitled to Charlotte, N. C, May 24. The plan cool their burning interior with the' additional help. To tax and take of union proposed by the Joint com- stuff fit only for a bevy of White (By I. D. Claire.) The good Colfrom the earnings of those who re- mittee on closer relations of the as- Ribbon plcknlckers. Thanks mightily, 'Fluke, for that mained at home, but did their duty, semblies of the Southern and ored man finally in a wet, drowned nnd give to the undeserving, whose Northern Presbyterian Churches was sort of voice turned 'round and we public pronouncement that the "old numbers are legion, in short amounts adopted without a dissenting voice noticed great tears routing down bis man" warn't' no sport. The park I eoaie in to legalized highway robbery. at the session of the Southern As- cheeks. When he was implored to season Is on nov, and It 'spiclous give the reason for his apparent grief late and the Madam scbras sembly here today. The questipn says "It makes me I can refer her to your character $115,015,000 ARMY was presented as unfinished business and sorrow, he BUDGET PASSES as soon as the assembly convened to- sick and heartbroken to see you all certificate. day and was adopted without debate. boys pourln that Bissy dolns into your I met Ad Howard the other day, stomachs and asplllng your systems May 25. The Senate Washington, mm with stuff I wouldn't feed to our pig nil. we thresm'd over o:ir Hartford today passed the annual army appro- WINNIPEG PLANE BRINGS we We agreed that LIQUOR TO DES MOINES in the back lot up home, on Dog experiences. priation bill, carrying 1415,915,000, found Louisville a broader field for Des Moines, la., May 25. Police Street." and sent it to conference. our pious indigencies.. Ad really As passed, the bill provides for an today searched for an airplane pilot, needed mpre elbow room. CROMWELL. Increase of approximately $42,000,-00- 0 who was said tq have landed, at a over the House bill, but $353,-000,0- flying field near here yesterday afterIf iboro iiad been a "great and Mrs. Clint Johnson, of Central Cty, less than the appropriation noon from Winnipeg, Canada, with present fiscal year. The eighteen cases of whisky in bis plane. is visiting Mr. W. E. Porter and Mrs. solemn referendum" on the prohibi lor the tion .jiifstlon held at Ihb mouth of v principal Senate increase waB He sold the whisky for $250 a case Porter. T. E. Cooper and family, of Beaver grasA.7 last week there would have for the army air service, within two hours the police said. Ti p I making the total lor this purpose The plane left Winnipeg at 8:30 T n m a ra era tH c In vnl n i tvoa unrl been four votes cast wet. ' , ,j a. m., and made the 560-mi. $40,000,000. trip be- friends. There Is a type of high and impos proMrs. Maud cooper, of Heaver Dam, tween seven and eight hours, the The Senate eliminated House visions which wpuld. give the army air police said they learned. They did is spending the week with her, son, ing dignity that every on6 admires and tw love. The very excellence service control of all military aerial not reveal the hiding place of the Isaac Cooper, and family. Mrs. Martin Flener and daughters, of Its quality compels admiration, but operations from land bases and would plane. Lucile and Geneva, are visiting Mrs. wp will but Jove' it because by comconfine naval aviation to fleet opera-ton- s, mm parison It exposes 'the meanness of Suggestion for a CampingTrlp. Flener's father and other relatives. fleet shore bases, training of Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's exLittle Miss Tootsle Martin return our own gilts. personnel and construction and Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before ed to her home at Hartford yester perimental .work. The sorest disappointment in the Authorization was given by the leaving home. As a rule it cannot be day, after an extended visit with her Senate for the sale of the old army obtained when on a bunting, flshlr grandparents, R. B, Martin, and Mrs loss of a friend is a trifle compared to. the tragedy of discovering that tho , transports. Sherman, Sheridan, Thom- or prospecting trip. Neither can It Martin. T. J. Adams, Superintendent of the friend was never worthy of friendas, Logan, Buford, Kilpalrjck Crook be obtained while on board the cars and "Warren, and of .th,e "ho'wltzer or steamships and at such times and Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Home, ship. ' plant at Erie, Pa., and, establishment places it is most likely to be needed. Louisville, was the guest of Mr. R. B, Responding to the door bell last way is to have it with Martin Tuesday night and Wednes- of the latter sale The best 'from the proceeds H night, I was greeted by a. strange m day, plant at the you. pi a government-owne- d 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 FORD-SON. . Good Plows, Good Harrows, Good Corn Planters, Manure Spreaders, Cultivators. We can give you the best to be had, and the best - only costs a little more than the medium and 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 a new up-to-da- Brick Garage, equipped with all the latest machinery to repair 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. te & E. P. Barnes L Beaver Dam, Ky. Bro. Mi 00 V $12,-745,0- 00 visaged visitor, who announced he ing experience. The world is like a was the fool killer. 'Expected,' I said mirror, that it reflects whatever mea- 'and guilty. Is your method pain-y ' i iuo one gives It. v? less?" "Too busy for tho common kind. Do you have a ouija board?" Next to the wretchedly poor I pity I still live. the opulant rich. The responsibility that comes with largo wealth robs With the merchants announcing life of its finpaf nnniiHoo Million cuts of from 20 to 40 per cent in aires rarely smile, and when they do- shoes and clothing it looks like tho 1 is an aiieciea politeness rather than of pleasure. cost of living might be coming down an expression great wealth through a luc: to Liberty bond prices. for power, not cs a means to In my daily work I come into personal contact vjlth railroad presiIt looks like Lowden at Chicago-andents and junk dealers, with heads of department stores and second hand ing McAdoo at San Francisco, assumthe President controls the Frisco clothiers, with bankers and bakers, Convention. If the League covenant and without taking issue with tho is not endorsed then it is anybody's framers of our constitution on the postulate that all men are created race for the nomination. Men-achievd N ff- - D1T?!' le ' ' plishment play havoc with born equality. J "i??J" FATHERKILLED3 IN FEUD AND SONS RATTLEA pitched - Somerset, Ky., May 25. Chief of life's disappointments is the discovery after getting what ono wants that it was not after all so much worth the wanting. battle took place near Ocalla, Pulaski' County, today, between Scott Hansford and John Hansford on one side, and Jack McKinney and his two sons on the other. When the smoke-cleareaway Jack, George, and Virgil' McKinney were dead. The fight grew put pf a feud that had been brewing fer months. All of L the men involved were prominentljr.4 KiV connected. John Hansford is a depu- d ,, ( J Falling In love is a gratifying event as I know from recent experience. For a number of years I was too busy peojrte and to meet designedly avoided them, until I had come to believe the world was hopelessly self- ty sheriff. ish. Recently, having many hour The Hansfords came to Somerset of daily leisure, I deliberately fell in immediately after tho battle and sur love with people and find It a pleas- - rendered to County Judge Tartar 14 Millinery Reduction Sale Owing to a very backward season we find that we have too many hats on hand, so we are going to give you for Mr John L Ferguson, the Geologist Mr Wm Johnson returned from Louisville, where he had who has been with the oil people hero ' been to visit his daughter, Mrs. A. L. for about five months, left Wednesday for Owensboro, where the comCarson, and Mr. Carson. pany's main office Is located. In a Rov E. Watt Smith, wife and lit- short time he will go to Nova Scotia After tle son attended tho District Confer- where he is to bo married. ence, of, tho M. E. Church South, held the wedding 'tour and a visit with his mother, In Wisconsin, Mr. and at Llvormoro this week. Mrs. Ferguson will return to Mrs. Uernlco Frost and little dauchter. of Moorman, are visiting Mrs. Frost's father, Dr. E. B. Penciled ton, and family this week. 44H'4444W'44S''WOUR SPRING AND ' SUMMER - Friday and Saturday Only xoTicnt . the benefit of some very special prices. If you have not bought, or want a new one you can certainly save money by seeing us Friday or Saturday. We group them as follows: All persons having claims against grancUcn. the estate of Lucretia Midkiff, deceas Mr Cain Meadows and ed, will file same, properly proven, Joe, of Mlllsprlng, Ky.,are vbi: ng my office in Hartford, Ky , daughter, Mrs. Jamen with me at Mr. Meadows' by the first day of July, 1920, or they Hancock, and Mr. Hancock. will be forever barred, and all persons being indebted to said estate will Mr. Ira D. Bean, traveling sales- please call and settle with me at once & Bros., of New man for J. Samuels This May tho 24th, 1920. York, has completed his spring trip Merchandise Is Now On Display Our purchases have been on a more liberal scale ; ; than ever before, and the range of stylish goods is jj greater. We have spent much time in preparation, study- ing the outputs of mills7 workshops and factories. zealously in order to secure the best in every line for you. and arrived home here Monday. 48t2 GROUP A Our entire line that sold for $3.50, $4.50 C. M. CROWE, Special Commissioner. w Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foster and return today from Livermore. where Mr. Foster has been attend ing tho Methodist District Conference. son will CROMWELL LODGE MEETS and $5.00 GROUP B $2.93 Any hat we sold for $7.00, $8.00 and $9.00 GROUP C Mr. M. L. McCracken has rented the property of Mr. J. W. Ford, on Union street, recently vacated by Mr.s J. A. Howard, and will move there s( on. Miss Amelia Plrtle Monday night She left Tuesday for Owensboro, where she will visit her grandfather several days. Mi'.s Bessie Clark was the guest of SUB Any hat we sold for on np; $10.00, $12.00 and $15. Choice. OliJU Come. early to get a good selection. The prices we make are sure to move them. Remember, none , Miss Catherine Davison, who has been visiting Mlssc3 Ken and Mary Warren Collins, while taklngTeach-er- s' Examination, returned to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Bruner and little son, Marshall, went to Whltes-vlll- e Tuesday to attend commencement, and spend two or three-weekwltli relatives. s of them charged or exchanged. CASH ONLY. IM&a Bv I The Hartford FIllHAY Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Downey, of weekspent the Owensboro, end with Mrs. Downey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Newcomb, ot tho Washington country. At a special meeting of the East ern Star Chapter and Cromwell Lodge No. 692 F. & A. M., on Tuesday aftsr- noon and evening ot May 25th, the Eastern Star conferred the degree on one candidate, a'fter which they had a X nice talk from Bro. T. J. Adams. A bountiful supper was served to the members of the Masonic order, their family and invited guests, at which most every Lodge In the county was represented, with a large number from Morgantown and other places in Butler county. The Masons were honored with the presence of Past Grand Master T. J. Adams, who Journeyed from Louis ville to confer the 3rd degree on two candidates. This lodge has no record of hav ing heretofore entertained so many visitors as was present on this occasion, and never before have we, the Masons of Cromwell Lodge, enter talned our visitors at luncheon as the ladies of the order of the Eastern Sta- did on this occasion. f jfc i As a result of our labors, we "are able to offer you literally the pick of the best, a splendid array of dependable merchandise, unequaled in values, superior in style just the things to supply your needs to your entire satisfaction. We want you to see our splendid lines, as we lay them before you as examples of our ability to serve you efficiently, which is our highest aim. WE EXTEND TO ALL A CORDIAL TO VISIT OUR STORE.' f FOR SALE. Republican MAY 8 Our Wire Fence has arrived. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Mr. A. S. Tanner, an Insurance man from Owensboro, is In town this week. Brookfleld Creamery Butter, none Get it of CASEBIER & TAYLOR. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS DICYCLES plenty of them. W. B. ELLIS & BltO. better made. Mrs. Lula Coppage and Mrs. M. T. Likens went to Owensboro, Wednes Mr. Arnold Likens has traded his day, shopping. , Maxwell for a new Oldsmoblle six. Mrs. Settle Rowan, of Capo tlirar-deaMo., is 'the guest of Mr. and every day for eggs and Wo pay cash Mrs. J. C. Riley. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. u, Mr. A. E. Stewart has moved Into ' Mr. French Vickers, ot Owensboro, was in Hartford Tuesday, on business C. F. Schapmlre's residence property, on Mulberry Street. Mr. Thomas Likens, wife and son, Mr. W. J. Bean attended the MethArnold, were in Owensboro, Wednesodist District Conference which was day. held at Livermore, this week. Used Ford touring Mr. Douglas Williams was in TAYLOR & MORRIS, Whitesville Tuesday and Wednesday, Hartford, Ky. attending commencement exercises. Mr. A. C. Yelser has purchased an O. F. Riddle, of Owensboro, district Overland Roadster, from Mr. Sam traffic chief of the Cumberland TeleKeown. phone Co., was in Hartford, Wednesday. Wo have all kinds of good seed 44t4 corn Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop will W. E. ELLIS & BRO. return here today from Owensboro, Rock-por- t, where they have been since Wednes'Mr. W. H. Maddox, of South Wednesday, on day. was in town business. Delmar James and family have reguest of moved 'from their former place ot Miss Edna Black was the to the home ot Judge Mack Miss' Blanch Park," of Beaver Dam Cook. 1, Wednesday. FOR- SALE - Car. 12 head of 1st class ewes, good blooded 2 and 3 years old; 2 milk old sadSee our lino of Slngnzlncs! We cows, calves at side; 1 are going to carry a line1 of Maga- dle and harness mare, safe for women zines regularly. Let us know your to drive. CHAS. W. MULLIKIN, favorites and we'll get them for you Three miles South of Beaver Dam, & TAYLOR. CASEBIER near Taylor Mines We have the celebrated MASTERS CAPT. A. B. THOMAS Tobacco Planter. It saves your back you to plant tobacco and enables Capt, A. B. Thomas, son ofMr. and when it can not be done otherwise. Mrs. W. P. Thomas, ot Beaver Dam, ELLIS & BRO. W E. 46t4 departed this life May 11th, 1920, at RESTAURANT for Chilllcothe, Ohio, where he was sta Go to TATE'S Death be quick Lunches, Confectionaries, Can- tioned at Camp Sherman. His body Drinks, anO Fruits ing due to pneumonia. dles, Fountain mci., TATE'S TRANSFER cars make con- was conveyed to Beaver Dam trains where it was placed in a mausoleum nection with all of Mt. Hope cemetery. Funeral ser Winnie and Muriel Wilson, vices were conducted by Rev. RosS Misses daughter? of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wil- Miller, o'f Chllllcothe.Ohlo.after which son, who have been teaching In the Masonic cerenionles were rendered by schools of Delfln, Okla., during the Masons of the Camp and Chilllcothe. past year, returned to their homo Military honors and services were also rendered, conducted by the Milihefe.Wednesday. tary Band of the Camp. Capt. Thomas enlisted as a private, We have a large assortment' of cur rent Magazines and Periodicals. in the U. St Army in 1903, at the age Come in and look over our list. We of 19, and has served continuously of six will carry all of the best at our since, with the exception 47t2 months following tho expiration of Restaurant. his first term of service. He was CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Company Clerk and teacher for quite ' Mrs. Louis Fulkerson went to a time and by merit rose from the Kronos Friday, and was accompanied ranks to captain and financial officer home by her sons, James Lester and At one time in New York he was Hugh Milton, who had been spend finance officer and paymaster for Ft. ing a week with their grandparents, Hamilton, Ft Totten, Ft. Wadsworth and Ft. Tllden, and at the time ot his Mr- - and Mrs. N. D. Fulkerpon. death was Capt. in the Q. M. Corps high-bre- d harness and finance officer at Camp Shersaddle and The stallion Maxle Tenbrook owned by man, Ohio, and was held In high esDr. L. B. Bean, will stand at the Hart teem by the Department. Capt. Thomas was married to Miss ford Fair Grounds this season. This young horse can pace a mile in Helen Winters, of Logansport, Ind., fine 44tf in New York City, Dec. 19, 1917, and 2 minutes and 12 seconds. besides his widow he is survived by The Blue Ribbon Stove has short his father and mother, one brother flue, heats quickly and consumes but and a sister, J. W. Thomas, of Paris little oil: DOES NOT SMOKE, I Ky., and Mrs. Oscar Stewart, ot Beasaves you money, oil and time. Let ver Dam. us refer ypu to our satisfied custom PREDICT CHEAPER SHOES ers before you purchase. IN WINTER OR SPRING W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 44t4 Carson METHODISTS TAKE STEP TOWARD UNION Hartford, Kentucky. (L Co. i I S. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Route Miss Anona, Lindley, of Livermore, here, with Mr spent last week-en- d Mrs. John Lindley. and If .you want your SHINE use the best SPOT. ; f - HOUSE TO Paint, RED ACTON BROS. Mbnday for Mrs. W. E. Ellis left she will stay sevOwensboro, where eral dayB, for treatment. Tuesday Mrs. J. C. Hill returned where she bad been from Kronos, days. with her parents several was the Little Mlas Lena Rao Sosh Gabbert, Mrs. E. F. guest ot Mr. and Sunnydale, Monday and luesday. of ' and windows in any size you us your order. rsi ' 2?i g BLL & 46t4 doors we can make your screenmay i. re-..P-5- Mr. M. J. Copeland, of Mollne, 111., who is owner and manager, of the Oil of town, but has Messrs. George Cooraes and Mar- wells North-eavin B. Leachman, ot Calhoun, spent been1 in Nevada and California for the with Mr. Frank Black, past tew months, came in Monday to last week-en- d start the work up again. He will and family. probably drill a well or two this sumand Bpn, mer. Purcley Mrs. W. J. Thomas, returned to their home at Ttev, Russell Walker and Messrs Cadiz Friday, after a two weeks' visit S..A. Bratcher, Harve Sheffield, O. O. with relatives here. Martin, A. R. Carson, Cal P. Keown, Mrs. T. B. Petrle, of Indianapolis, Wjn. Schjemmer, Harry May, Alfred Ind., arrived here Sunday to spend Stewart, John Lindley, A. D. Kirk, a week or ten days with her .father, Joe Miller and' Judge Mack Cook, of this place, attended the Masonic Judge J E. Fogle, Meeting at Cromwell Tuesday night. Miss AmeUa Plrtle left Tuesday tor Mr. J. O. Williams, ot Winchester,' Henderson, where she will spend a with her sister, .Mrs. Vernon Ky., who lived here ,a few years ago, week and was contractor, when building the, Llgon, and Mr. Ligon. M. H. & E. railroad?, is in town tor a Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chumley, of few days, making arrangements for Simmons,, are, host and hostess, to a the letting of the contract for the little girl baby, who arrived in the building of thejoad between Bcda and Pleasant Ridge.' Chumley home Tuesday st Washington, May 25. Lower shoe prices late next winter and spring were predicted today by Edward A Brand, secretary of the Tanners' Council ot the United States, testifying before a Senate committee of inquiry. Tanners and manufacturers believe prices will fall by that time, Mr Brand said, because of the recent decline in leather prices. This decline could not sooner be deflected in shoe costs, he said, because shoes are made up, far In advance of the season in which they are offered on the market. "It leather prices stay where tb,ey are now," Mr. Brand said, ''It means that the cheaper bides will come Into leather in ten months' at least and cheaper leather means cheaper show. Shoe prices should begin (o become in the lower late next wlntert--h- ot fall but early winter, and in the spring and early summer of 1921, providing nothing unforeseen hap' ,, pens." s ..a it..' Des Moines, May 24. The report of of the committee on unlflcaton the .Methodist Episcopal Church with the Methodist Episcopal Church, S , was adopted today at the general conference here. The report recommends a Jont convention ot the two conferences of not to exceed 400 COOL SPRINGS. members to work out details of an acceptable unification plan. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Klnnamothr Efforts to have reconsidered the ac- have a little son, born May 22. tion of the general conference Satur'- Mr ami Mrs. WnlUn 'Rlllntt flro fhrv day as to changing the ritual of the nft of ft mtle church were made at today's session. May 22. Sat- The revised vote on the question Several from here attended the- urday was said today to have been 34 banquet at thQ Maaon,c Hall at Crom ior me cminge uuu ou e.ual ,,.. . Tuesday night. f Tnvlnr . The efforts to bring about recon- nnnq . . . . , niAtIlB wh confu- - . , .. slderation caused considerable sion in the conference, various dele- - ,s Jow ,upg troub,e gates demandng recognition and mo - ) Rey SneH fmed hJs regular ap tlons being made rapidly. polntment here Saturday and Sunday. The proposed change In the ritual Rey RoMnBOn preached Saturday ellmmateu wnai many can n, M and Sund afternoon 'oot niiPoHnriHi " whirh- reads: "Do tvu jww--Mr. Harry Woodburn and farally- you believe In the doctrines of the of Rockport, were the guests of his Holy Scriptures as set forth in the ar- brothers, Ben and John Woodburn,. ticles of religion of the Methodist Saturday night and Sunday. Episcopal Church?" The question has been asked applicants for admis CLEAR RUN sion to the church and the answer has been "I do." The committee on JuMiss Lula Hoover is somewhat imdiciary of the conference reported proved. the question unconstitutional. Mrs. Ethel Rhoads, who has beam The question ot reconsideration sick for some time is not thought tot was disposed of for the day by a de- be any better. cision to have the aye and no vote of Mr. Clinton Park and wife visited Saturday printed and ready for the the family of Mr. Frank Westertieli Any delegate Sunday, near Whitesville. delegates tomorrow. will be given opportunity to correct Mr. and Mrs.,Lonnie Wade and" or change his vote. family, visited relatives at Adaburgr m Staurday and Sunday. DUKEIIURST. Miss A'ma Baughn, ot Concord was the guest of her cousin, Mrsv Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stevens, of Qolda Park, Sunday. A large numFordsvllle viBited relatives here, this ber ot the Clear Run folks attended: services at Barnett's Creek Sunday week. While writing we can hear the hum Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Davis spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives near of a tractor in fho distance. It Is telling the story of progress. This is Hartford. Rev. & Mrs. J. P. Miller spent from a neW thing for the hill country, and. Friday until Monday at Fordsvllle. we boys love to hear its song. the guestB of relatives. PACKET SINKS AT LANDING' Mrs. Ona Barlow, ot St. Louis, Mo , parents, Mr. and Mrs visited her er Evansvlllo, Ind., May 24. Jamea Htcks, last week. Hazel Rice, a packet plying Balrd, ot Hartford, Mrs. James spent Tuesday and Wednesday with In the' Green River trade from here to Bowling Green, sank at Uer's Mrs. J, E. Park, near here. James Smith, Jr., ot near Hartford, Landing, several miles below here,. sprang & moved (to, this place Tuesday, where Saturday night. The boat slowly. The passenhe will raise a crop on the farm of leak and sank gers and cargo were savedv The boat his father. Mrs. W. J. Weldemann, ot OklahoV was valued at $18,000 and was own Ev- ma City. Okla,, arrived here recent ed W Capt. Thomas Williams, of ly to spend tho summer months wlth'jansvllle. Taylor. Miss Blanch Ralph, who has been at Bowling Green, taking a business course, spent tho week-en- d with relatives near Sunnydale. Miss Alma Baughn has been spending the past two weeks with hor brother, Mr. Hobart Baughn, ancL Mrs. Baughn, of Bell's Run. P. ounu. The-steam- FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued from 3rd pnge) W. 2 i " same Crowe, Jim, lYt snnie Edge, Ivan, 2 same Evans, Heat, 2 same Foreman. S. W., Farmers, Davo, French, D. 9., 1 2 .. Farmer, C. M.,lV4-sam- a o.oo a,em .Marshall, 2 same . . . . Qreer, J2nn Inrnpr. W. T., 1 same 3 same lr,r" Miles. Pole. 6 same 4.00 flrnor. Jack, 1 same rtnv. Miles, Smith, 2 same COO samo. . Matthews, Frank, 2 Qreer( g(Uni 5 samo !" Marlow, Ethel, 5 same Qreer, Roy, 1 same same Ncal, J. A., 2 Howard. Ed., 9 samo "" Howard, Will, 1 same Newton, Wltmus, 2 same. . . . ..wv Martin, Fred, 4 same VM.(nn TnllP. i Hnmu Pccklnpaugh, A. N., 4 same.. 8.00 Mldklff, Bucl,. 1 same 8.00 Moseley, E. K., 1 same . . , . Richards, W. C, 4 same 4.00 Rice, B. F,. 2 snme Warren, 1 same 6.00 Midkiff, Henry, 1 same . 3 name . nitnmla T Ralph, 5.00 Russelberg, W. A., 1 sama . . same Royal, F.L., 2 10.00 Ralph, Dudley, 2 same Rusher' Arnold, 5, same. 6.00 Shown, Leander, 3, same. . . . W. D , 3 same . . . 2.00 Ralph, Gilbcit, 1 same Staples, Web, 1 same Sharp. 4.00 Russjllbur?. Gus, 2 same . . . Sanders, Wavle, 2, same. . . . 15.00 Ralph, Henry, 1 samo . ... , Trumnn, Bennle, lYi same.. whitor Arthur. 64 samo 13.00 Taylor, Oscar. 4 samo Bellamy, J. A., 6 same and I3-5Wedding, C. V. 1 samo ditches Westerfield Oscar, 3 same . . 10.00 Wedding, J. W., 3 same. . . Brown, P. F., 5 same S.oo Westerfield, Prank, 1 same . Bellamy, Imon, 4 same.... 6.00 Wedding, Alponis, 1 same . . . Brown, Alfred, 3 same.... 2.00 Burgess, R. O., 1 same . . . Baize, N. W., 1 same 12.00 Bennett, E. A 4V6 same... Carter, Flnley, 6 same 12.00 Bnrnes, W. II., 3 same Daniel, Oscar, 6 same 10.00 Moorman, Herman, 1 same . Kelley, A. H., 5 same same J.OO McMalltim, G. T., 1 same... Kelley, Alva, 3 6.00 Patterson, Jno., 2 same. . . Fuqua, E. E., 3 same 18.00 V'l'.s'.-ii- . David, 2 same.... Miller, J. J., 9 same 8.00 Cundiff, Remus,3 same Roach, C. H.. 4 same 6.00 Hinds, Ellis, 6 same nhoads. Archie, 3 same.... 9.00 Fulkerson, G. F 3 same Ralph, Henry, 4 Yt same Rnitamnn. nillle. 6 same.... 12.00 Howe, Abe, 6 same 8.00 Hlnton, Guy, 2 same "Wade, Les, 4 same 6.00 Huff, Logan, 1 same Butler, Mrs. T. E 3 same 6.00 Huff, Scott, 1 samo Cummlngs, Hume, 3 same 14.00 Johnson, Jim, 5,s tame Tinvlsnn. II. R.. 7 same . 14.00 Smiser, C. D., 3 same Davison, A., 7 same 2.00 Swope, Jesse, 3 same Decker, Allen, 1 same.... 6.00 Skinner, W. R., 2 same Duff, O. W., 3 same 2.00 Swope, Jess, 2 same Powell, Rufus, 1 same.... 2.00 Taylor, Charles 10, same. . Meadow, Ell, 1 sime 2.00 Tyler, W. L., 2 days with team Stone, Henry. 1, same Whlttlnchlll. H. O.. 3 same 12.75 Tally, E. P., 1 same 2.00 Woehler, Theo., 2 same "Whittinghlll, Iris H 1 same. 1.00 Arnold, C. W., 3 same.... Awtry, George, Yi sam... Coppage, JIurl, Yi same and Beyers, Austin, 2 same.... 6.SS Cook, Isom, 1 same sills 2.00 Daugherty, Harve, 1 same. . Duff, Otis, 1 same 4.00 Ferguson, Emmit, 2 same. . . Foreman, Wllle, 2 same.... 3.00 Murphy, Chas., 1 same same... Faught, Alva, 1 3.00 Stratton, W. D 6 same... Gllmore, Alex, 1 same. . . 2.00 Stratton, J. H., 2 same.... Keith, W. H., -- 1 same 2.00 Swift, Lon., 1 same Qulsenberry, Chas., 1 same.. 2.00 Porter, Will, 1 same Ambrose, O. W., 1 same.... 3.00 Allen, James, 1 same... Uaird. E. C. 1 same 2.00 Bell, Gilbert, 1 same Ernest, lYs n.vu Bennett, Roy, 1 same same.. w. P., 7 same Blair, Daniel, 2.00 Ford, Jim, 1 Bell, J. G., 1 same same 2 same. . . . 4.00 Herrell, John, 2 same Brown, J. W., 5.00 Midkiff, W. P., Vz same . . . 2 same. Bennett, H. O., S.OO Bell, Jeff, 3 same and lbr. 4.00 Patton, Fred, 3 same Bartlett, M. W., 2 same.. 2.00 Roach, Chester, 1 same.... Bartlett, B. H., 1 same. . 2.00 Shaver, Sam, 2 same Cundiff, R. R., 1 same. . 2.00 Sullenger, Darrell, 1 same.. Duke. Tom, 1 same 12.00 Sosh, Oscar, 2 same Hoagland, 6 same 2.00 Sandefur, V. W., 2 same. . . . Hewlett, R. J., 1 same 12.00 Lee, Jethro, 3 same Hoagland, 6 same z.uu Lee, Shelby, 4 same Jarnagln, Vick, 1 same. Jarnagin, V. L., 7 same... 15.00 Miller, Arthur, 4 4& same . . . same 2.00 Mldklff, J. P., Kirk. Osby, 1 same 2.00 Sharp, J. H., 6 same Lloyd, Arch, 1 same...... 4.00 Allen, Dr. Oscar, 1 same.. Moseley, Clyde, 2 same.... 6.00 Herald, Searcy, 3 same . . . Mincey, M. L., 3 same. same.. 2.00 Leisure, E. R 3 Murray, Joe, 1 same 6.00 Leach. Jake, ZYs same Morgan, Wm., 3 same 3 samo. 4.00 Stevens, Jesse T. Magan, O. C, 2 same same . . 4.00 Snodgrass, Carl, 2 Homer, 2 same.... Martin, 4.00 Stevens, Ray, 2 samp Northen, H. M., 2 same 1.00 Taylor, Courtland, 1 2 same . . L,., Yi, same... Patton, R. same. . 2.00 Wallace, Leman, Patton, George, -- 1 same. ... 8.00 Wallace, Frank, lYi same.. Reagan, S. M., 4 same 2 same S.OO Taylor, R. T Riley, M. C, 4 same 2.00 Womack, Frank, 2 same . . Stewart, Albert, 1 same.... 4.00 Fulton, Chester, lYi same .. Turner, H. E., 2 same 2.00 Burden, Bob, 2 same Taylor, Albert, 1 same.... 2 same Wilson, Elmer, 5 same etc. . . 12.50 Likens, Ben, 2 same &c . . . 2.00 Miller, J. W., Whittaker, Jesse 1 same. . .. 2.00 Kessinger, Jno., 3 same . . . Wiggington, Clarence, 1 same 4.00 Royal, Chester, 3 same Whittaker, Cleve, 2 same... same 2.00 Schroader, Harrison, Wiggington, W. B., 1 same. Wiggington, T. W., 1Yz same. 15.00 Schroader, N. C, 2 samo .. .. 8.00 Schroader, R. B.t 2 same Wgglngton, C. W., 4 same. 4.00 Wright, John, 1 same Brooks, Olden, 2 same 4.00 Wright, R. M., 1 same Brooks, Elijah, 2 same.... 4.00 Baize, James, l'same Bartlett. Estill. 2 same... 2.00 Hocker, B. W., 1 same Helm, Lonnie. 1 same.... 2.00 Wallace George, 2 same.... Jewell, J. E 1 same 4.00 Boyd, Clifton, 1 same Kirk, Robert, 2 same 4.25 Brown, W. E., lYi same Keith, C. R., 2 same etc... same King, Wilbert, 1 same 2.00 Curtlss, Jeff, 2 King, Rufus, 1 same 2.00 Calloway, W. E., 1 same Moseley, Ira, 2 same same... 4.00 Duncan, Edgar, 2 4.00 Everly, H. J., 1 same Park, T. C, 2 same Townsley, Ennis, Yi same... 1.00 James, U. F., 7 samo same .. Trogden, L. L 3 same 6.00 Kimmei, L. A., 2 4.00 Rowe, H. K., Yi same Wade, Lonnie, 2 same Yates, Alton, 2 same 4.00 Smiley, Bud, 4 same 12.00 Sandefur, W. T., Yi same. . Balrd, H. A., 6 same Foster, Jess, 2& same. 5.00 Tlchenor, Elvis, l'5 same . . Gorman, J. R., 2J,. same etc. 6.00 Tichenor C. M., Yi same... Hoover, H. R., 2Yi same. . . . 5.00 Whitehead, J. R., 1 samo . . Hatfield, Jas., 1 same 2.00 Addington, W. K 2 same . . Hoover, A. H., 2 same. . . . 5.00 Allen, S. W.. 1 samo Hoover, D. C, 3 same 6.00 Addington, J. T.. 2 same... Johnson, Ennis, 1 same etc. . 10.00 Neel. Frank, 1 same 4.50 Eskridge, Emmil, 2Yi same. . Johnson. Fred, 2 same etc. Nance, Clem, 5 same 10.00 Hendrlx, J. C, 2 same Owen, T. P., 1 same 2.00 Keown, S. V 2 same.... Richeson, O. H., 1 samo. . . 3.00 Wells, Mose, 2Yi samo Richardson, O. M., 1 same.. 2.00 Daniel, Ethel, 2 same Tucker, Rowan, 1 same 2.00 Faught, Charles, 1 same . . . Tanner, T. F., 2Ys same... 5.00 Mitchell, A., 1 samo Barnes, Harry, same 2.00 Patterson, Lee, 1 same . Barnes, Dan, 1 same-2.00 Patterson, Marion, 1 same . . same etc.. Curtis, Jeff, 1 5.00 Bell, S. W., 1 same Duncan, J. M., 1 same 2.00 Bell, Jeff, 7 same Howard, Jesse, 1 same. . . . 3.00 Kirk, Pal, 2 same Heflln, J. L., Yi same 1.00 McMaban, G. W., 3'2 same . . Kimmei, L. A., 1 same... 3.00 Neal, Will, Yi same Overhults, L.. B., 2 same . . . 4.00 Turner, H. E., 4 same Overhults, Lee, 1 same 2.00 Gill, Ernest, 1 same Howe, H. K., l'fj same.... 3.00 Jones, W. R., 1 same same etc. . . Bell, M. W., 3 7.60 Patton, George, 1 same Brown, W. S., 2 same 4.00 Sinnett, Frank, 1 same Bell M. W., 1 same 2.00 Sharp, Ben. 1 same Hardin, Forrest, 2', A same . . 4.00 Sharp, J. T., 1 same Igleheart, J. H., 2 same... 4.00 Watson, Dick, 1 same Iglebeart, Byron, lYi same. 3.00 Holbrook, G. S., 2 same &c Stearaman, J. M., 3 same. . . . 6.00 Heflln, W. B Yi same.,.. Nance, Ivan, 2 same Brown, Cicero, 2 days with team 4.00 Fulkerson, Ray, 3 same . . Brown Loren, 1 same 2.00 Slack, Dempsy, lYi same... Carter, James, 2 same 4.00 Brown, Olver, 2 same Coppage, Harlan, 4 same 8.00 Pnlnmrm Riinrmnn. ft enmn Foreman, Jim, 6 same 12.00 ' Dennis, T. C. 4 same Fuqua, Estill, 1 Bame etc. . . . 4.50 Ferguson, Will, 3 same Graham, W. J., 3 same 6.00 Nannie, S. E., 3 same same . Graham, Romney, 5 same... 10.00 Simmons, R. L., 7 Lane, Roy, 1 same 2.00 Shults, Bernle, 3 same Lalndrum, Frank, Yi same.. 1.00 Shults, Jewell, 3 same Nabor8, W. F., 2 same 4.00 Shults, W. L., 3 Bame 6.00 Scott, O. E., 3 same Powers, Lesle, 3 same 4.00 Swain, Boyn, labor Park, C. C, 2 same Robinson, Homer, 1 same... 2.00 Tate, M. M., 3 same 2.00 Tate, Thos., 3 da. with team Stone, Arthur, 1 same 8.00 Holland, G. S., 1 same Sbultz, R. L., 4 same 4.00 Huff, Jess, 6 same ThomaB, Foster 2 same . . , . Hugh, 1 same Whtebouse, Tom, 2 :x 5.00 Hlnes, W., 1 same Buughn Ots, 1 same . . . 2.00 Hlnes, 9.50 Hlnes, Ellis, 1 same Brown, A. R., 2 same etc Jtaddox, J. Marlon, Ij., same.. . 2 same same. same... ... 3.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 0.00 2.00 10.00 2.00 18.00 3.00 S.OO 'Johnson, Jim 1 samo Swope, Jesse, l samo Tnylor, Charlie, 1 samo Taylor, L. J., 1 same Miller, Nolln, lYi samo Mattlngly, Jesse, 1 snme... Morgan, .1. C, 2 same Mattlngly, Jesse, 2 same. . . . Midkiff, George 1 Yt same . . Moseley, N. W., 2 same . . . .... ... .... .... ... 2.00 2.00 2.00 a. 00 2.00 4.00 6.00 J.OO 4.03 if !? .... .... Of 10 2 t'O .... .... 6.00 7.00 2.00 2.00 4.50 9.00 ,6 00 2 00 2.00 4 00 4.00 6.00 1?, 00 .S.OO 12.00 4.00 2.00 J .... 00 11.00 G.00 G.00 .... .... 4.00 4.00 20.00 4.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 ... .... 4.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 13.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 4.50 4.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 1.50 6.00 2.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 6.00 S.OO S.OO .... ... 9.00 12:00 2.00 6.00 ....... .... .... .... 7.00 5.00 7.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 6.50 6.00 .... .... 6.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 14.00 5.00 1.00 8.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 Moore, Energy, 1 same . . . Malln. N. A.. 1 same same, Maples, Frank, 3 nails etc Same, 2 same Milllgan, Everett, 2 same . . Mldklff. W. P.. 1 same TMIv. SntTinsnn. Yr. same Pickereli L. J., 3V6. same . . . Plrtle. H.,M., 3 wnn tractor Rhoads. W. H.. 2 same Rock, Siielby, 3 same Rock, U. S., 4 fun nays wun team Stewarr.. Herbert 1 same . . . Sinnett. H. H., 4 same Schroader, N. A., 1 same. . . Snell, J. T 2 same Rtnwart. D. M.. 2 same Spinks, Estill, 4 same Shaver, J. T. 9 same Smith. Charlie. 5 same . . . Tinsley, Barnett, 1 same Tatum, T. H 1 samo Vance, R. L., 4 same Vance. Tommie. 1 same Ward, Hez. 1 same Ward, Ed.. 2 same Wimsatt, E. It., 3 same Young, Bill. 2 same TIETJA Xo. . Ashley, AV. C. 1 Yi days work with team nnrtiett. Alonzo. 7 same . . . Bennett, Godfrey 2 same.. same Bidwcll. F. R., Bennnett loe S., 4 W same. . Casteel, Cada, 2 same Daniel, Mack. 1 same samo. . . Hnnwr. Malcom. Hoagland. AV. P.. 1 fame same. . . Hoover, Clifton, 1 Hoover, Ona, IVi same... Hoover. J. D.. k same Jones, G. P., 3 same Lake, Leamon, 3 samo Miller, J. D., 2 same Pnrk. Jlarion. 2 same Tinsley. Hobart, 1 same . . . Tnsley H. G., 4 full days work with team Tlclmnnr. firvil. Vt game.... same AVhittaker, R. L., 3 and nails etc AVebb, Claude, 2 same Wade, J. O., 1 same Sulphur SprhiRs Xo. 1 Acton T. AV., 1 full days work with team Acton, R. B., 1 same Baker, Tarvln, 2Yi same... same Baker, Marvin, 2 Bean, B. F Yi, same Bennett, Jesse, 3 1- same. . . Duke H. O., 1 same Duke, R. A., 1 same Dover. AV. A., 3 same Duke, Ernest, Yi same.... Duff, J. A., 1 same Dodson, Jl H 1 same Ewlnc. Ed. Yi same Furguson, V. R., ZYz same. . . Faueht. Alva. 2 samo AVllliams, Lon, 2 same Gabbert, E. F., 2 same Harrison, Elic, 10, samo and Hagerman, J. Y., 3$ same. . Hoover, Herbert, 1 same . . . ielehenrt. C. B.. 4 same . . . .auterwassor, R. D., 6 samo. . Martin, T. C, 1 same Miller, Fred, 1 snme List of Claims allowed Ohio County Fiscal Court, regular October Term, 1919. teams plowing on road: Xos. 1 K. nml AV. Hartford Asklns, L. M., for 2 full days work with team on road Allen, J. T., 1 samo Burton, A. R., 5 same Black, A. W., 1 same Brown, Jno. B., 1 same Bennett, Ernest 1, same Barnard, Thad, 2 sair.o . . . Carter, Jim, lYs samo .. Caiter, A. A., 3fc same Cooper, D. W., 4 samo Cummlngs, J. C, -- 1 samo . . Daniel, W. M., 1 snme.... Dabney, L. P., 4 samo Daniel, Jess, 1 same Harrison, Tom, 1 same Hamilton, Ed., 3 same . . . Hnvnes. AValdon. 3 same . . . .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .'. .... -2 .... .;.. Murphy, Monroe, 2 same. . . . Mosley, AV. C. 2 same Mitchell, J. E., 8 same and Midkiff. Henry. 1 same1 Mitchell, Fred, 2Yi samo. Maden, Earl, 1 same same Patton, Jim, 1 Ralph, J. C, 2 same 'haullne lumber hauling lumber .. . Mnjnn Xo. 5. Brooks, J. T. 14 full days with team 3.00 ,00 Fuqua, It. B., 1 snme 2.00 ,00 Helton, J. L., 3 4 same..,. 7.00 ,00 Helton, J. II., 3 same 6.00 Johnson, Barney, 14 same.. , 3.00 .00 Henry, 4 samo Lamb, 8.00 2.00 by tho Lcwellcn, Dee, 1 same 5 same.... 10.00 nt the Mldklff, Walter, 2 5.00 Fuffett, Robert, 4 same.., For Magan, E. W., 2 4 same.... 5.00 24 00 nml 2 Mitchell, J. B., 12 same Mitchell, Jno., 3 same . . 6.00 3.00 14.00 Miller, J. II., 14 same.... 3.00 2.00 Miller, Tom, 14 same 3.00 10.0C Magan, J. C, 14 same 2.00 2.00 Mldklff, George, 1 samo 4.00 2.00 Miller, Leo P., 2 samo ,00 2.00 Powers. Lldce. 1 samo. 3.00 4.00 Powers, E. R., 14 samo. . 6.00 3.00 Same, 3 same 5.00 7.00 Rogers, Bill, 24 same.., Ralph, II. A., 14 samo, 3.00 St. Clair, Roy, 4 same. 8.00 10. 00 2.00 St. Clair. H. A.. 5 samo 6.00 S.OO AVesterfleld, J. A., 3 same. . . 6.00 2.00 White, Noah, 3 same 2.00 2.00 AVhltehouse, Onico, 1 same . . Cromwell Xo. 0. 6.00 6.00 Amos, O. C, 4 full days work S.OO with team 7.00 5.00 2.00 Same, 250 feet lbr. at 2.00 . . 14.00 8.00 Amos, A. B., 7 same 2.00 12.00 Amos, E. G., 1 samo Gettle, 3 4 same 7.00 2.00 Amos, 2 4 same. . . . 5.00 2.00 Crowder, E. C, 4.00 2.00 Davis, R. N 2 Bame 4.00 2.00 I Emery, Quint, 2 samo Flener, B. F., 14 samo 3.00 S.75 Cromwell Xo. (I. 4.00 Fulton, Bud, 5 4 full days 4.00 11.00 with tenm 2.00 Faught, Guy, 1 same 2.00 , 1.00 Flener, Harrison, 7 same . . 14.00 7.00 Faught, Hubert, 5 same . . . 10.00 IS. 00 Hoover J. W., 1 same 2.00 4.00 Hnies, Luclnn, 6 4 same.. 13.00 6.00 Leach C. AVayne, 1 4 same . . . 3.00 Leach, L. L., 1 same, nails 8.00 etc 2 G5 2.00 Leach, L. C, 2 same 4 00 8.00 Leach, Chester, 3 4 same . . . 7 00 2.00 Porter, 1'. D., 2 same 4 00 4.00 Romans, tiluhhrd, 4 samo . . . S.OO 4.00 Shafer, Will, 2 same 4.00 8.00 Shields, AV. H., 3 same 6.00 1S.O0 Taylor, J. AV., 4 same 8.00 10.00 Taylor, F. L., 64 same.... 13.00 2.00 Taylor, Sherman, 14 same.. 3 00 2.00 Taylor, J. u., 1 same ,00 S.OO Thomas, B. C, 6 same 12.00 2.00 wiiiams, noy, 1 ; 00 same... AVllson, Roscoe. 1 same 2.00 Cool Springs Xo. 7 Beasley, Mack, 3 days work G.00 with team U 00 ilrown. S 1 , 1 same, 1') 00 Brown, AV M 5 same 3.00 Berrymr.n, A. C, 1 same 2 Oj 14.00 Campileld, G. AV., 7 same. . . . 14.00 5.00 Campfleld, Jess, 1 samo 2.00 1 00 Dorth, J. B., 3 samo 6.00 9 00 Elliott, J. L., 3 00 14 same 4 00 Elliott, Luther 1 1.00 4 same 2.00 Elliott, C. S., 1 same' 2.00 1.75 Hedges, Sam, 2 same 4.00 2.00 Kitohe us. AV. H. 9 same IS 0 t 3.00 Moore, J. L., 3 same 6.00 3.00 Sandefur. F. L.,i 11 Vi full 1.00 days with team 22.50 6.00 Stevens, J. F., 2 samo 1 00 6.00 ShuUz. Sam, 2 same 4 00 4.00 Taylor, C. N., 2 same 4 00 4.0C Wldir.k. Tom CVJ same.... 12.50 2.00 AVllson, Roscoe, 3 same 0 09 Rockport Xo'.s. 8 anil f). 8.00 Aberton, Walter, 6 full days 1.00 with team 12 00 Brown. Alledore, 5 same 10.00 8.50 Blanchard. J. M.. 1 same 2.00 4.00 Brown, Harmon, 1 same. . . 2.50 2.00 Brown, C. P., 2 same....... 4.00 Brown, P. C, 1 same 2.00 Chllders. J. T.. 9 same 18.00 2.00 Chlnn, L. T., 9 same IS. 00 2.00 Cummlncs. J. A.. IVs same.. 2.00 5.00 Clarke, J. P., 5 00 5.00 Chlnn, E. M., 24 same...' 6 same and 1.00 haullne lumber 26. 3', 7.00 Dortch, J. B., 1 same ...... 2.00 2.00 Ford Tom, 3.00 14 same 2.00 Graves, Joe P., 2 same 4.00 6.00 Hurt, B. G., 1 same 2.00 1.00 Hicks, AV. E., 74 same and 2.00 nails 17.30 2.00 (Continued on 7th page) 1.00 mm 7.00 Surgeons agree that In cases of 4.00 4.00 Cuts, Burns, Bruises and AAounds, the 4.00 first treatment is most important. AVhen an efficient antiseptic is applied 22.50 promptly, there is no danger of in4.00 4.00 fection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, 19.00 Borozone is the ideal antiseptic and 2.00 healing agent. Buy It now and be 5.00 ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 2.00 . Sold by Ohio 3.00 50c, $1.00 and m 4.00 County Drug Co. 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 AVllson, Mrs. M. E., 1 same.'. AVrlght, Henry, 2 same York, J. B., 3 same .... 2.00 4.00 6.00 DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owemboro. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner . UEAVEIl DAM. Ch'm'n. Board AV. T. McICenney. Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judge J. AV. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. lORDSVILLK. tin, Hartford. Trustee- Jury Fund - Cal P. Keown, t; ... .... .... .... .... Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonei. , 1st Monday In March IX days Clork Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Polico Judgo C. P. Kesslncor. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July 13 days Com'th. and Civil. IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September FOR PRESENT YEAR. Civil. 1 days 4th Monday in November County Bonrd of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUXTJT COURT. Div. No. 1 R.' A. Owen, Hnitford, Moots first Monday In each month. Route 6. Judge Mack Cook. Div. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. County Att'y. A. D. Kir. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Div. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dun-de- c. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne. Jailer Worth Tichenor. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver-Dam- . D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Burvcyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Div. Np. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. FISCAL COURT. Meets first Tuesday In April and County Board of Examiners: E. S. Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Mldklff nnd Teachers 17th. , j bctober. 1st District Route 3. K Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. Institute, Sept. 13th 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4tu District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Gth Oth ' EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma May 14 District District W. C. Daugherty.Baize-tow- n. and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers-Examinatint Hartford, (AVhlto). May 28 and 29 County Teachers'" Examination nt Hartford, (Colored). Juno IS nnd 19 County and Examination at Fordsvllle, (AVhlte). Juno 25 and 26 County and Examination at Hartford, Stato-Teacheron 7th 8th W. S. D:an, Dundee. B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. District District B. C. Rhoades, Hart ford, Route 5. HAHTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. E. P. Casebier. Marshal ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board AV. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Polico Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. Stato-Teacher- s' (Colored). Sept. 17 and IS County and Examination at Hartford, Stnto-Teacher- .... .... (AA'hlte). Sept. 24 and 25 (Colored). County and Examination at Hartford, Stats-Teacher- s .... rEvcry "Woman Wantsl Mothers use t 5B1 Wl7l JllVfl i.niihujiradiii I'M,! FOR .' H I 1 .... .... A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, ore throat nnd tore oye- - Economical. Hat CXtnonfioarv AeAnma mrA orTTntnrt.l .Mtaw, PERSONAL HYGUiNE Dusolved In water for douche ttopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and infloai. raatioa: Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yean. ireyS V ermiru&e v V fs- - Vwl Th PaltaiToJrt CoppMT. Bortoo. Mm. J a MmmtJ J? t ...... .... Succeed when everything else fails. In nervoui prostration and female I wcalcnesse' they are the suorcma I remedy, al thousands have testified. Bitters lac trie Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy five years continuous uie it the best testiA monial HtEY'S VERillFUCE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the littlo ones happy and healthy. 30c n bottle al your drug-gut'- s A m asasrsTTs1siBw general store; of if your dealer can't supplyyou, send his name and 30c in stamps and we'll send you a bottle promptly. c L & S. FEET, Btliioere, Hi J it is the best medicine ever lold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNY,L.VERAND STOMACH TROUBLE BOWS YOUB BLOOD ? $1-50- Pimples and Eruptions Mean Bad Blood People who have impure or Impoverished blood should be careful to take 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 separata in the blood and are then expelled through the elimlnative organs, Mi ssHP pslnt couchi, WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 5.00 4.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 14.00 4.00 7.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 5.50 1.00 4.00 6.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 6.00 6.00 15.00 6.00 AjK im 5f A Treatment WEAK: for LUNGS or rfc CONSUMPTION A quick relief for Chat tired, FOR.ONE MONTH' (cellnr. hemor-ibaget, STOMACH TROUBLE says: "For quite suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while I Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky in cheit. nleht twetti. weslc lungt or coniumptlon. It Bothslp yon it costs you BOlblsg. OHIO MEDICAL CO. It doss )XJZ 9 & THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT In place of the imparities, the arteries and veins gradually get fresh vitalised blood and the action of this good blood on the skin means that pimples, boils, carbuncles, eczema, rash, acne and many skin 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 yoa will nave no more trouble with Indigestion, backache, headache. Get Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical at any medicine dealers, in tablet or liquid form, or send 10c. for trial package to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, JJafialo, N. Y. Discovery to-d- USE LI V-VER-LAX I' For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation., i M .'T.l f i ' 6.00 6.00 6.00 ...., ........ .... 4.0.' 6.00 6.00 2.00 12.00 2.00 2.0O recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." acts on the jaded liver and helps ft to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight Vou will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Black-Draug- ht Write Dr. Pierce for free confident!! medical advice or for free booklet on any chronic disease. Lenoir, N. Qr "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a great medicine for me in building me np when I feel n la health. It gives me strength and fleeh. I have been using it at different times for thirty years or more. I began its use for catarrh, with catarrh remedy prepared by Dr. Fierce, and it greatly relieved ma. I can heartily recommend the 'Discovery' MBS. LUCY a blood medicine." BEACH, No. 1, Leoolr, N. 0. run-dow- ONE CENT A DOSE 0TK u 2.00 t, Feel right all the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lit- - Vtr-La- x keeps yo on your feet, while relieving your troubi le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dozrt take anything else. You can't aifora it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eyw tem and relieves constipation, s A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in its effect and certain in result. It won't be long before wlD completely displace calomel in everj home.;. Children can take it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. Wcand 1 in bottles Noris genuine without the likeness and sigasW turo oX I K. Grigeby, Fo'r Bale by r M. m m b 33LLIaUtl. Hatfforl. 6 . . 4 00 2.00 Hagan, Jerorao, 2 same . . . 16.00 Dowell, Henry, 1 samo 8 00 2.00 Howard, Willie, 4 samo . . 3.00 Davis, Oba, 1 samo. 7.00 6.00 Hamilton. R. T., 3V4. same. . N OS. 1H Evans, B. M., 2V& samo.,.. 4.00 10.00 MIdklff, Duel, 2 same iiuil II). Ford, II. C, 5 samo. , 2 00 3.00 Patton, Aldron, 1 same All, J. T., 3 full days with House, C. A., 1 V Bamo (Continued from 6th page) .' 10 00 2.00 Patton, J. L., 5 samo . . . team 6.00 Henton, Tom, 1 samo 2.00 G.00 Patton, J. A., 1 same Banon, Avery, 5 samo 10.00 Helm, Oble, 2V& same 4 00 3.00 Ralph. Henry, 2 same 4.00 Btisham, Olln, 9V& same.... Hunloy, T. E., 2 8!mo 10.00 Hamilton, A., 1V samo.... 2 00 2.00 Russellburg, Gus, 1 same. . . . 2.G0 Basham, J. T., 1V4 samo... Key, W. 8., 1 VI samo 3.00 Jackson, Clnudo, 1 same. . . . 12.00 4.00 Ralph, H. W., 6 same... 2.00 Basham, Ira T., 3 Lolsuro, W. A., 1 anmo ...... samo. . . 7.00 Keith, C. II., 2 samo 2.00 Russell, Frand & ovcrett 2 8.00 Bellamy, W. H., 1 same Mnddox, A. L., 4 samo 2.00 Kirk, R. W., 1 samo 4.00 samo 2.00 Bellamy, John, 3 samo Ross, W. D.p 1 samo 6.00 Lake, C. F., 7 V4 samo and wk. 2 00 20.00 Ralph, Lawrence 1 samo 10.00 Balzo, W. It., 2 samo.... Shull, W. D., G samo on bridge 4.00 6.00 4.00 Ralph, J. L., 3 same 2.00 Hannon. Emmlt, 2 samo.... Sneddon, J. T., 1 same 4.00 Patton, Ernest, 2 samo 6.00 6.00 Ralph, Jesse, 3 same Jacksonfl Arthur, C Banio . . . 10.00 Corby, Homer, same.... 1.G0 Pean, Abe, 3 same. 1.00 4.00 Taylor, Ronda, V4 samo.... 4.00 Canary, It. B., 5 samo Taylor, A. W., 2 sarao 10.00 Short, Gilbert, 2 samo.... 2.00 4.00 Westerfleld, Frank, 1 samo. . 10.00 Clark, Mack, 6 same Haino, 5 samo 12.00 Taylor, Olllo, 2 samo 8.00 7.00 Wedding, J. V.f 4 same. . . . samo 8.00 Cheek, J. Pi, 4 samo Taylor, J. C, 4 samo 8.00 Westorfiold, Ernest, 3 2.00 6.00 Wedding C. V., 1 same.... 4.00 Downs, C. II., 4V4 samo.... Williams, C. P., 2 samo.... 9.00 White, Archie, 3 snmo 2.00 4.00 Daniel, James, 1 same 2.00 Whlttaker, J. W., 12 samo. . . 24.00 Wedding, Alphones, 1 samo . Williams, Wilbur, 2 samo. . . . Prentiss No. 30. 4.00 Dodd, Joe, 4,4 same Williams, S. J., 2 samo 9.00 No. 23. Hcflln Bennett, E. A., 2V4 days work 12.00 Dowell, Fufus, 4 samo.... Williams, Tom, 6 samo 8.00 Bennett. Delia, 1 full day 5.00 with team Eskrldge, E. R., 6 samo.... 12.00 2.00 Select No. 1(1. with cam 6.00 Evans, J. R l same 8.00 Cohran, N. M., 3 same.... 2.00 Balrd, A. L., 4 samo Dutlcr, Rlgnan, 1 full day 2.00 4.00 Moorman, C. H., 1 same. . . . 2.00 Balrd, Arthur, 2 same 2.00 Francis, Mrs. M. J., 1 same. . with ton in 4.00 11.00 Ralley, S. C, 2 same 8.00 Ellis, J. B., 5V4 samo 4.00 Griffith, W. T,. 4 samo.... Baize, W. W., 2 samo 6.00 4 same 3.00 Shults, L. G., 3 same 8.00 Gorman, J. R., 1V4 samo. . . . COO Huff, Olln, Uaizu, Ellis, 2',-- i samo.... COO 3.00 Shults, L. L 3 samo 2.00 Hoover, H. F., 1 V4 same samo 7.00 Howard, Monroe, 1 samo. . . . Lonnle, 3 Cook, 6.00 4 samo 2.00 Taylor, Moscoe, 3 samo 8.00 Howard, Mark, 1 same..n 1 samo 2.00 Huff Scott, Day, H. C, 6.00 3.00 Taylor, Frank, 3 same.... 4.00 Hoover, A. A., 1V4 samo. . . . 4.00 Heden, Chester, 2 same.... Wiley, 2 samo . . . Daugherty, 4.00 Haughanbrey, Mrs. 4 same.. 4.00 Wilson, David, 2 same.... 8.00 Johnson, Ennls, 2 samo.... 10.00 W. W., C samo . . Daugherty. Herbert No. .11 4 3.00 Porter, S. C, 1 same 10.00 Heddon, W. E., V4 full days Drake, Vrigll, fi samo 9.00 Brooks, Will, 2V4 days work with team 9.00 RIggs, Virgil, 2Vi, samo fi samo 10.00 Douglas, Leo, 5.00 with team 8.00 P. C, 4 samo 8.00 Thomas, Earl, 4 same 4.00 Hartford, Daughorty, P. B., 2 samo 8.00 1.00 Floyd, M. J., 4 same Howard, Arnold, 5 samo. . . . 10.00 Wado, H. L., V4 samo.... 1 samo . . . tf.OO Daugherty, W. C, 2.00 3.00 Hlnes, Ellis, 1 samo Joffres, G W., 2V4 samo... samo. G.00 Wcstcrfleld, Cecil, 1 ll.OO samo. Daugherty. W. P., 1 3.00 Harrison, Henry, 1 V4 samo. . Keown, Floyd, G same.... 10.00 Ccrnlvo No. 2(1. 12.00 Kolloy, W B 5V4 same. . . . 11.00 2.00 Faught. Guy, C samo Marlowe, ,Lonny, 1 same... Ashby, Oat, 2 days wth 14.00 8.00 ltaycraft, Jess, 7 samo 4.00 Reardon, C. F., 4 same.... Lanham, Frank, 3 same.... 6.00 team 7.00 Hooker, Asol, 3V6 samo 6.00 2.00 Staples, Lon D 3 same... Miller, R. A., 6 samo 12.00 Bell, M. W., 1 same 8.00 Murphy, Cal, 1V6 samo James, J. S. 4 samo Arnold No. 32. 1.00 3.00 Brown, J. L., VS same COO Miles, Klper, Clnccn, 3 samo 7.00 Arnold, C. W 12 days work II. T.. 2 samo 4.00 W,. 3V4 samo. . Kesslnger, James, 5 samo . . 10.00 Marlow, Wilbur, G samo.... 10.00 Chancellor, J. with team ' 24.00 Duncan, J. W., 0 samo.... 12.00 2.00 6.00 LangfonV W. I., 1 samo... 4. 0.J Allen, Jerome, 3 samo Morris, E. F., 3 same 6.00 Etherton, Frank, 2 samo. . . . 2.00 WItmer, Newton, 4 samo. . . . 8.00 Miller, C. F., 1 samo 4.00 Arnold, Abljah, 4 samo 8.00 Igleheart. J. H., 2 samo.. . 7.00 Payno, B. J., 2 sarao samo 12.00 Miller, O. D., 3 2.00 Allen, L. W'., 6 same 4.00 James, Richard, 1 same.... 4.00 Ray, O W., 2 12.00 Miller, J. C, 2 samo 2.0C Crabb, E. E., 6 same CG0 Noal, Andy, 1 samo samo 0.00 Royal, 4.00 Martin, W. E., 4V4 samo .. 3.00 Coy, Lawrence, 2 same.... Elmer, 1V4 same... 3.00 Shaver, Fclx, 1V4 same.... COO 8.00 Phegloy, Owen, 2 V samo . . Cummlngs, Frank, 4 same. . . Richards, W. C, 1V6 samo. . . 3.00 Tchenor, Doward, 1 samo and 10.00 8.00 Humans, M. D., 5 samo 3.30 Daugherty, Harvey, 4 same. Rhoads, J. H., 6 same 12.00 nails 3.00 Smith, Charley, GVi samo .. 10.50 Reynolds, J. M., 4 same.... 6.00 Dockory, James, 1 sarao... . 8.00 Taylor, Watt, 3 samo . : 2.00 Reynolds, B. 6.00 Dockery, Earn, 3 same . . . Smith, Ellis, 1 samo E., 3 same.... 6.00 Narrows No. 28. 2.00 Daugherty, Harvey 1 same. . . Horse Urniich No. 11. G.00 Connor, Barnard, 1 day with Shown, Leandor. 2V& samo.. COO 4.00 Autry, Jako, 3 da. with team 2.00 Evans, Owen, 2 same Whlttlnghill, Emmett, 1 Vfc team 4.00 4.00 Bround, W. J., 2 samo.... 4.00 Evans, Nathan, 2 samo samo 3.00 Carter, James, 2 samo COO 14.00 Robert, 7 Balzo, Wavy, 2V4 samo Herbert, 2 samo. . . . 4.00 Fuqua, Estil, 2 Whltler, samo.... COO Embry, Owen, 3V4 same 2.00 Whltler, Jno., 4 V4 samo. . . . 7.00 same.... 10.00 Evans, llasham. J. M., 1 aamo 9.00 Hardlsty, Tom. G samo 6.00 5.00 IJrntchcr, Reuben. 3 samo . . 8.00 Erabry, Curt, 2V6 same... 3.00 Mitchell, J. E., 4 same... . Wise, K. C, I VS sanl'e 3.00 6.00 Wallace, Ira, 3 samo 4.00 Evans, Enoch, 1 2 same. . . Criimos, G. W.. 3 samo 6.00 Stone, Asther, 2 samo 9.00 Daugherty, Weluy, AM samo 3.00 Embry, W. T., 6 samo.... 12.00 Sanders, A. E., 1V4 aamo. . . . AfOuiviltc No. 20. 5.00 12.00 same.... Duncan, A T, samo 8.00 Evans, Levi, 2 Westerfleld, H. T., 4, same. . . 13.00 6.00 Balzo, N. W., 1 day on road Daniel, Tom. 3 samo Whltehouse. J. T., 6 2 samo 13.00 Maden, Jess, 6 7 samo 2 00 with team 14.00 4.00 same Faught, Emmett. 2 samo. . . . 5 same. . . 10.00 Murphey, C. H., 3 00 Westerfleld, H. II., 4 6.00 Bowman, Charlie, 1 V4 samo. . and 9.00 Renfrow, F. B., 5 Jamison, Sam, 3 samo same Westerfield, Gymon, 4 00 2.25 Brown, P F., 2 samo lumber and C. .. 16.45 McCormlc. Cordis, l&i same llnlph No. 10.00 3.00 .Crowe, Pato, 3 samo and 8 2.00 Renfrow, J. T., 5 same Park. Earl. IVi same Baughn, Otis, 1 day with team 10.00 bridge sills 2.00 2.00 Honfrow, Ernest. 1 same. . . . 10.00 Swift, V. L., 1 same Brown, Allen, 5 samo 2.00 2.00 10.00 'Foreman, Clarence, 1 samo. . Uonfrow, J. C. G samo 4.00 Swift, Sid. 1 samo Boorman. F. C. 2 samo.... 8.00 4.00 Haynes, Reat, 4 samo Wilson, S. T , 2 samo 3.00 Stratton, W. D., 14 same and same. , Crowe, Marshall, 1 9.00 3G.90 2.00 Haynes, W. H., 4V4 samo. . . . fuse caps etc 3.00 Wilson, Tlom. 1 samo 9.00 Crowe, Alonzo, 1 6 same... 3.00 same... 3.00 Harrison, J. B., AM samo. . . . Payton, Wilson, Musker, 1V6 samo.. same.... 12.00 Smith, S. C, 1 1 same Cambron, Ivan, A 8.00 2.00 6.00 lTn.pldnn fv. fl - cntiin v.., iti, (tout,, 3.00 Swift. Wood, Roscoe. 3 samo Coleman, W. M., 1V4 samo 2.00 9.00 Lyons, Frank, 1 same 4.00 Young, Jim, 4V6 same IloHlnr No. 12. Evans. Reat, 2 samo 4.00 Phillips, Homer, 2 samo.... Render No. 33 Atchison, D. D., 1 da. with 6.00 Farmer, C. H., 3 samp, 7.00 2.00 Phillips, Arthur, 3 samo. . . -- 1 samo... 2.00 Porter. Will 2 datfs work team 11.00 Farmer, Gilbert, 4.00 8.00 Reynolds, W. F., 5 M samo . . . with team Aw try, H. O., 4 same Ralph No. 2t 8.00 Roberts, A. M., sills and brdg. Urownd. A. C. 4 samo Greer, Wilton. 1 day with flooring (580 feet)... . 17.40 $3669.06 3.00 Total 2.00 Balzo. T. H., 1 V: samo team 3.00 samo... Shroit. No. 21 Balzo, .Mathow. 1 Bolloy, Paul, 7 days with Crumes, J. W., lumber SulCOUNTY, GREETING: 14.00 TO THE FISCAL COURT OF OHIO appointed to investigate as to the re-t- o team on road phur S. & Roslno Road. 13.50 Wo, your Commissioners heretofore 4.00 ascer-repo- rt Combs, C. B., 2 samo Crowder. H. T., 2 da. with year 1919, ana 00 Cummlngs, Hume, 3 samo. . . 6.00 celpts and disbursements of Ohio County for the1st, 1920, beg to as team the County's financial condition on January 1.G0 Carden, Wilbur, 2 same 4.00 tain same... Crawford. F. H.. follows: G.00 Davison, A., 5 samo. ., 10.00 Crumes. H. M.. 2 V4 samo.... RECEIPTS. 9.00 8.00 Pecker, Bert, 4 same.... Crumes, J- - W., 4 aamo $ 360.00 12.00 Jan. 7, Received from Edgar Barnard, loan 12.00 Davison, Russell, 6 samo... Dabnoy, V. R-- . G same 2. GO 2.00 Jan. 17, Received from A. D. Kirk, for sand 4.00 Free, Grover, 1 samo Faught, T. L., 2 samo 3.3G7.54 6.00 Jan. 23, Received from S. A. Bratcher, on taxes 6.00 Free, Walter, 3 same G. A , 3 samo Goodman, 42.11 2.00 Jan. 10, Received from S. A. Bratcher, on taxes. . . . . . 13.50 Fralze, Gllbort, 1 samo GofT, Robert, 6 same &c. . . . 6,841.61 8.00 Mar 20, Received of State of Kentucky, State Aid.. 7.00 Free, Edward, 4 same.... 3V& samo. . . Goodman. John 6.25 8.00 April 7, Received of S. A. Bratcher, Dog Tax. . . . 8.00 Godsey. James, 1 same. . . .. Hall, G. O., 4 samo 10,000.00 6.00 April 7th, Received of Loan from Sinking Fund.... 3.00 Huff. Iris. 3 samo same 1 Hlnes, Tom. 28.18 14.00 May 13. Received from W. S. Dean, Culvert 4.00 Harder. Roy, 7 samo Hall, "Wesley, 2 samo 165.36 4.00 Juno 14. Received from S. A. Bratcher, Taxes 6.00 Humble, F. V., 2 samo Hlnes. Thomas, lumber 491.79 ,... 4.00 July 3, Received from S. A. Bratcher, Taxes Hatler, Joe, 6 da. with toam 12.00 Headen. Asro, 2 samo 49.00 8.00 July 8, Received from Mack Cook, Fines 4.00 Miles. C. V., 4 same 1lnr TV. 9. snmn 7,135.78 7.00 Aug. 1, Received from S. A. Bratcher, Taxes same. . . . 8.00 IMoxley, Allen, 3 Hoskins, Pate, 4 same 180.00 6.00 Aug. 2, Received from S. A. Bratcher, Taxes 6.00 Pollard, Charlie, 3 samo. . . . Johnson. Clem. 3 samo.... 25.00 10.00 Sept. 2, Received from Judge Cook, Fines, samo.... 5.00 Pollard. Grant. 2 same Llles, Stanley, 2 616.84 10.00 Aug. 9, Received from W. C. Blankenshlp, Taxes &c. . 8.00 Petty, Jack, 5 same . , Leach, N. D., 4 samo 7,722.13 4.00 Sept 3, Received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes 10.00 Pollard, Jno., 2 samo Morris, Mason, 5 samo 18.23 6.00 Oct. 2, Received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes 2.00 Robinson, Joe, 3 samo Moyors, N. F., 1 samo 3,906.99 4.00 Oct. 2, Received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes 8.00 Raldon, Georgo. 2 samo.... Moyors, J. B., 4 samo 3,000.00 7.00 Nov. 3, Received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes 14.00 Smith, J. M.. 3 3 samo Monroo. J. B., 7 samp 4,500.00 2.00 Nov. 4, Received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes 4.00 IShrevo, R. B., 1 same Monroo, Wm., 2 samo 25,000.00 11.00 Dec. 6, Received from S. A. Bratcher, taxes 2.00 Stone, Henry, GV sarao.... Monroo, Birch, 1 samo 6.657.04 9.00 14.00 Shrove, Manon, AM same.. Received Irom S. A. Bratcher, road- claims . . Morris, Granvtl, 7 samo 14.00 2.00 Slack, Jess, 7 samo Nix Thos., 1 samo $80,166.35 4.00 G.00 Sharp. Cyrus. 2 samo Total amount received Parkii, L. T., 2& samo.... 16.00 2.00 Whlttlnghill, II. O.. 8 samo.. DISBURSEMENTS B., 1 samo Faf ferty, F. 6.00 4.00 Whlttlnghill. C. T., 3 samo. . . 312.G3L4.53 i Rafforty. S. A.. 2 same... ., 4.00 On account of General Expense 0.00 Whlttlnghill, Ira, 2 sarao... Ragland. T. A., 4 samo . . . o'eoS'np On account of Salaries Olatmi No. 22 22.00 Stowart, J. A.. 11 samo... On account of Alms House 9.00 Bratchor, T. V.. 1 day with 4 samo... 247.82 Sandlfur. Net, 2.00 On account of Paupers outsldo ot Alms House 9.Q0 team . .. 175.00 Stowart. W. J., 4 & same 3.00 On account of Notes paid 8.00 Byers, Wayne, S., 1V6 samo. . 635.00 Same. 4 samo 6.00 On account of Vital Statistics COO Cooksey, Odlo.,3 samo 896.65' Sandlfur. N. T.. 3 samo... 4,00 On account of Hartford & Owensboro Stato Aid Road Coppag"o. Murray, 2 samo... 47.35 Stringfiold. W R.. 6 samo and 4.00 nn nrrnnnt nf Hartfonl & Hardinsburg State Aid Road 23,034.80 Dock, 2 samo Clouso, ropalr work 4.00 On account of Roads & Bridges 7.00 Doniel. H. II.. 2 sarao Stowart, Bill, 3 samo 4.00 On account of IS per cent of $50,000.00 set aside to 7.00 Daulel. C. R., 2 samo same... Sandofur. Net. 3 Sinking Fund ?'?2Ht 12.00 H. T 6 sarao 10" Felix, Vails, John. 5 samo 4.00 On account ot overdraft, Jan. 1, 1919 Charlie, 2 sarao.... 3.00 Hoover, 6.657 .04 Wilson, J. H.. IV same... on roads paid by Sheriff 4.00 Plowing 2.00 Hoover, W. R., 2 sarao.... 15,957.32 Wilson. G. W., 1 samo .! 8.00 Cash on hand January 1, 1920 2.0Q Johnston. Jess, 4 same Wilson, J. G.. 1 samo 8.00 2.00 Kolth, Roy, 4 samo $80466.35 "Wright. Ed., 1 samo '.. Total 8.00 4 samo Beaver Dam Nos. 1.1 Keith. W. H.,sarao,. i:nst .t Wet ,. . SINKING-FUN- D. 6.00 3 May, O. D., ' ' and 14. "ft"..V 7.00 Jali. 1. 1919. Balance on. hand $1n'nnn'nn sarao Miller. Essie.. 3 1 davs 9'000-00- , , . ., Coots.f Clyde, 9.00 Transferred from General Fund( AM same.... 3.00 Monroo, H. E.. work with team 4.00 samo. Cooper Coal Co., 6 samo. . . . 12.00 Miller, Joy. 2 .$22,902.39 11.00 Total Oiler, Robt. 5V4 samo TJom Forguson, Vfc samo.... DISBURSEMENTS. 10.00 samo 1 samo.... 3.00 Payton, Cortls, 5samo Leach, D. G.. $ 1,203.00 3.00 Mar. 15, Interest and Cost on Fundlng'Bonds f, 6.00 Petty, Jno., 1 M 1,203.00 Howard. J. N., 3 same Sept. 15, Interest and Cost on Funding . Bonds. "" Qulsonberry, Charlie, tlVa Samo, 2 samo 10,000.00 .. 3.00 April 7, Loau to General Fund same 2.00 Taylor, Horace, 1 same... 4.00 3.00 St. Clair, Jno. D., 2 same.,.. samo... Taylor. Henry, 1 12,406.00 8.00 12.00 Sorrells, Chester, 4 samo. . . . Ward, Emanuel, 6 samo 10.49C.39 , 4.00 Jan, 1, 1920, Balance on hand St. Clair, D. B., 2 samo No. IS- . Buford No. 23 5.00 Bishop, E. T., hauling lumber $22,902.39 : Total days work Balrd, E. C, 1 No. 10. Ccntertown 3.00 THE INDEBTEDNESS OF OHIO COUNTY on January 1, 1920, is as with team days .Ashby. W. P.. 3 full 3.00 follows, samo.. 6.00 Bennott, Hasklll, 1 with toam 3.00 Jon. 1. 1920, Funding Bonds outstanding samo. . . o?'nScnn 4.oo Burton, George, 1 Ashby, Emma, 2 same ' 31,075.00 4.00 Interest Bearing Warrants .. 2.00 Bartlett, Ernest, 2 same.... T3arnes, Mrs. E S.. 1 samo 4.00 Bartlott, B. H.. 2 same.... "Brown, Jutt. 2 same J.oo Total Indebtedness lIMIS'Si! samo.... 5.00 Hedges, E. P., 2 Chapman, Rolllo, 3 samo .$10,496.39 2.00 Jan. 1, 1920, Balance on hand n the Sinking Fund. .. , Hoover, Chas, 1 samo..... Calvert, Edgar.2 samo 15,967.32 ..; 1.00 Balance on hand In the General Fund 6.00 Johnson, Ellis, M sanio k..$26,4G3.71 Durham. R. J., 3 samo ..... .' 2.00 Grand Total King, Chas., 1 samo Harper. W. M 2 samo Subtracting tho amount of cash on,hand in Sinking and other 8.00 Kirk, A. M., 4 sarao Grant, A. D., 1 samo 3.00 Funds from tho amount of outstanding Interest bearing IndebtO. L., 1V4 sarao 4.00 Kirk. Jonos, V. C, 2 same 5.00 edness loans, tho total indebtedness ot Ohio County, on Januasamo. . . , 4.00 Miraskey. Lon, 2 Johnson, H. L.. 2 samo $52,621.29 .00 ry 1, 1920, tho sum of G, W., 1 samo 2.00 Patton, Kincholoe, E. W., 1 samo .00 2.00 Pattou, R. L 2 samo Tilartln, Burch, 1 samo.... ,50 FISCAL COURT OF OHIO. COUNTY, GREETING: 4.00 Ralph, J. F., 1 sarao & nails Oglosby, Bob, 2 same" .00 Weyour Commissioners appointed by tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, 2,00 Ralph. J. F-- . 2 samo Tondley. J. J., 1 same .00 to mako a financial statement of Ohiq County, would most respectfully sub2.00 Rhoa,ds, S. C, 3 samo K 1 samo Rowc, L. 4.00 mit tho foregoing as a true statement of tho finances of Ohio County. Wo 4.00 Stowart, Gales, 2 samo Rowo, G. W., 2 samo. 2.00 further report that wo havo put in four days in making this report, and we 4.00 Tlchonor. C. H., 1 Bamo Chester, 2 same Stewart, 2.00 further state, that wo believe the foregoing statement correct, and true to 2.oo Wilson, Elinor, 2 M samo . . . Ernest, 1 samo. . . . Tlchonor, 5.00 tho best of our knowledge and bellof. 4.00 Wilson, Elmer, 2V4 sarao. . . . W. 0., 2 same. . . Whitehead, 5.00 Wltnoss our hands, this 14th day of April, 1920. 6.00 WlKBlngton. E., 2V4 same. . . 3 same.... Ward, Herbert, w. u. uuAmtuN&iur, 2.00 Wlggington, B, W., 1 same. . . No. 17. SmnllliouN J. H. WOOD. 4.00 Wigglngton. Hardin, 2 samo. 4 full days with "Boono, Fred, J. L. BROWN Ilnrtlett No. 24. o.ou team Commltteo. C00 Chapman, J. M.,t2 days with J! W., 3 same. .. Edmonson. 4.00 Subscribed and sworn to before me, by J. II. Woodf J. L. Brown, and team 8.00 4 samo Taught, Wilbur. 10.00 W. C. Blankenshlp, this 14th day or April, luao. Crowo, Vincent, 5 same. Hunter, S. E 1 samo C. O. C. C. Vet C..BLANKENSHIP, 7,00 - vy.' ... .U Dodson, E. G 1 3V4 same Klttlnger, O. T., 2 same. By MYRTIEMADDOX, D. C. 2.00 Davis, J. II., aamo . -- 1 samo. . . Lawrence, W. T.f FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY Mason, Arnold, 8 samo. Riley, A. A., 1 same. East mid West FonMilte ........ .... .... .... .... .... What Means Most To You Is What We Try Most To Give There is only one way to buy an implement economically. Buy it on the basis of its earning power. Buy it for its ability to do good work for you right from the start, and year after year. It is our aim to give full earning power every time we sell a farm implement. That is why we buy from firms that take eveiy care to maintain their reputation for making only good implements. 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I am not expecting a pretty woman, but want Just a good, whole some, neat companion, who Is a homo- loving bouI; a woman who is strong and can do tho housework on the woman my office would havo been As it Is, I filled with applicants. think I'll turn his letter ovor to an employment bureau," said Postmastor LIVIA, ROUTE 2. Mr Charlie Fields and family, of Cwensboro. spent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs Owen Magan. Mr. Willie Wimp and family, of Southerland, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. TUden Wlgglnton. Mr. Will Allen and family, of Curdsville, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wlgglnton. Mrs. Laura King has returned to her home ai Bell's Run, attor spend, at lng several days with relatives this place. Mr. Sammle Rlcheson, of near Hartford attended church at Mt. Car-m- el his Sunday, and dined with mother, Mrs. Bettle Rlche3on. Rev. R. E. Fuqua delivered hH farewell sermon at Mt. Carmel Sunday. We regret very much to glvo Bro., Fuqua up, as he has been with us four years. .... to-w- lt: .... 4- ..,.. .... .... .... j-- ...... ..... .... farm." "If Howe had specified a pretty f" .....'.. .... i Kaufman. CASXORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A ' COMMISSIONER'S SALE husband, Hiram Early, to 0. A. Tay- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE drainage structures and grading it to to land conveyed width of 20 feet In fills nnd 26 feet nnd eamo lor T ,in , umo v,ircuii iuuri. grantor herein on the" 21st day of Ohio Circuit Court. In cuts. May, 1900, by Rufus Williams nnd Sallle D. Jackson, ct nl., Plaintiffs. .Emma Wedding, et nl , Plaintiff. This work Is n State Aid Project vs. Notice of sale which deed Is of record In deed wife, vs. Notice of sale, Plans may be seen nnd Instructions County Hallle T. Jackson, et al , Defendants 24, pngo 71, Ohio hook irvin ii smith, ct nl . Defendant By virtue of n Judgment and order to bidders, sneclflentlnns nnd fnrma Pursuant to n Judgment nna oruer- uierK s ouice from the above bounda-toroOhio of Pposnl secured nt the office of of sale of the above Circuit Court en- ry Excepting ncros of land lying on thod 1020, nbout 20 styled action at In the Ohio Circuit Court, directing me as thG co,mty c,erk nt Hartford, Ken- Creek nnd Kh Mny term, 1020 directing me ns west side, of Darnett's and nt tho office of tho De- -, of said court to sell Ing same land conveyed to John D. Master Commissioner to sell the hero- - jtucky, When this bank promises Service and you accept, lnnfter described property for the nrtment of Public Roads, Old Capitol grantors on tho day of tho herelnnftcr described real ostato Heflln by purpose we commit ourselves to support your efforts in every ifor the purpose of paying tho costs nnd which deed Is of record In deed Heavrln, ot paying the debt of M. L Building, Frankfort, Kentucky. amounting to book Approximate quantities are ns folof the nbove styled notion, together-' office. page, Ohio County Clerk's interest thereon at the $150.00, 6with rate ot per way that a progressive Bank can. with the cost of thli vale, nnd dlvldAlso reserving from this convcy- - cent por annum from Juno 2, 1919, lows: tho rnmniminr n' the nroceeds 16780 cu. yds. Excavation Earth. lying until paid, and tho further sum of among those entitled thereto, I will lance tho merchantable timber 1195 cu. yds. Excavation Rock. offer for sale at publl" outcry to the south of a line beginning on tho now J100.00, with interest thereon at the highost nnd besi hi Idor, at tho court cut road at a bridge and running due rate of 6 per cent per annum from 1503 cu. yds. Excavation Borrow. July 23, 1919, until paid, and also to house door In Hartford, Ky., on Mon- west to n red oak in a slough; thence pay 359 cu. yds. Chnnnel Chnngo. dobt of John T. Jackson, the day, Juno 7, 1020, (It being tho first with said slough to the west of said 342 Up. ft. 18 in C. M. Pipe. day of tho regular term of tho Ohio line nnd being nil the merchantable amounting to $200.00, 6 with interest 311 lln. ft. 24In C. M. Plpo. County Court) nt about the hour of timber on the west side of said land thereon at the rate of per cent per until 298 cu. yds., Class "A" Concrete. 12:30 P. M., upon n credit of six Grantor is to have reasonable time In annum from August 27, 1912, styled and twelve months, the following de- which to move said timber, provided paid, and all costs of the above ot 90 cu. yds., Class "B" Concreto. this It may be that you are not familiar with the many scribed real estato In Ohio County, he keeps out of the way of grantee in action, together with the cost 2 cu. yds. Class "D" Concreto. sale, and dividing the remainder ot his clearing. Kentucky, and bounded as follows: among the parties enreinforcing steel. 17293 lbs., ways in which this Bank can serve YOU. The purchaser will bo required to the proceeds First tract: On the waters of 1600 lln. ft , piling Slovcr Ilun creok, beginning nt a fal-lo- n execute bond with security to be ap- titled thereto, I will offer tor sale hickory and standing beech, S. proved by tho commissioner, Immedi- at public outcry to the highest and We are always ready to discuss financial prob4 acres clearing and grubbing. W. corner to tho Hamilton 150 acre ately after sale, payable In two equal best bidder, -at tho court house door 20 each trees and stumps. on lems with the view of benefiting the customer as tract; thence S. 77 & E. 94 poles to installments, bearing Interest at the In Hartford- Kentucky, tho Monday, A certified check payablo to tho first day a stake In the hilddlo of Slover Ilun, rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a June 7, 1920, (It being well as the bank. near which Is a beech and sugar lien will be retained on the land sold ot the regular term of the Ohio Coun- Sheriff of Ohio County, equal in tree, thence down said branch to a ns additional security. Said bonds ty Court) nt about the hour ot 12:30 round numbors to 5 per cent ot tho credit of stake In said branch on the Barbour to have the force and effect ot a P. M upon afollowing six and twelve bid, must accompany oach proposal months, the described real line; near a sycamore and sweet Judgment. The right to reject any and all gum; thence with said Bsrbuiir lino Given under my hand this 17th estate located and being in Ohio County, Ky near Rockport, - N. E. day of May, 1920. and bids is reserved. SU West to Hardin A3hhS Incorporated OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. bounded and described as follows: W. C. BLANKENSHIP, corner of a homo tract, a beech and First tract: A parcel or tract of a straight line to tho M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. red oak; thence County Clerk Ohio County, Ohio County's Oldest Financial land lying near Rockport, Ohio Counacres. beginning, containing 9 JOES. BOGGS, waters ot MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ty, Ky., beginning nt the S. E. corner Second tract: On the Institution. Commissioner of Public Roads of M. A. linden's .lot on Benton street; Slover Run creok, beginning at tho W. 9 rods nnd IS thence S 81 bridge on Slower Run; thence S. Ohio Circuit Court. links to S. W. corner of Harrel Bros ' W. 92 poles to two beeches, Walter Raymer, Plaintiff. 77 CENTERTOWN. lot; thence S. 9U E. G rods and 4 9 W. 37 Ashby's corner; thence N. vs. Notice of Sale. W. 4 links to a stone; thence S. 83 E. Silas Simpson, et al., Defendants. poles to two gums; thence N. 77 90 poles to Slover Run, near a walWilliam Vance's family hns tho Pursuant to a Judgment and or rods and 24 links to S. W corner of nut; thence down said Run to the der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court Q. M. Benton's lot; thence S. 8 E. measles. 20 rods to a stone In line of bottom lieglnnlng, containing 20 acres. nntprml In the above stvled action at W. F. Schapmlre, of Hartford, was E. 13 rods and Third tract: In tho valley Of I, a Tnv form 109ft fllrnnMnir inn na land; thence S. 79 Rough River, beginning nt a stake, commissioner of said court to sel 16 links to corner of west side ot Ben In town last Friday evening. L. P. Loney, ot Owensboro, visited near a water beech, marked as a the hereinafter described real estate ton Street, if extended; thence S pointer In the original line of Bar- for the purpose of paying the costs of 2SU E. 29 rods and 12 links to a J. H. Kuykendoll nnd family last S. W. 56 rods bour's fallen S. E. corner of G. S. the above styled action, together with stone; thence S. 494 Wednesday night. Hamilton lot; thence with Hamilton's tho cost of this sale and dividing the and 22 links to a stake at low water Mrs. W. F. Wallace spent the weekline S. S2 W. 78 poles to two syca remainder of the proceeds amohg mark; thence up said river binding mores on Slover Run; thence S. 83 - those entitled thereto, I will offer on low water mark to sugar tree end in Central City, the guest ot 68 poles to a stone; thence N. 82 E. . ror saie at public outcry to the high on bank of Green river at mouth of friends and relatives. 78 poles to a stake on Slover Run in est and best bidder, at tho court Doe Run; thence N. 35 E. 104 poles Several of the young folks ot this the original lino of Barbour's patent house door in Hartford, Ky., on Mon-an- d to a sweet gum, nsh and hickory; place, attended the show at Hartford with same N. 8 W. 68 poles to i day june 7, 1920. (it being the first thence N. 31 V4 W. to tho public road the beginning,, containing 33 acres, (jay 0I the regular terra of the Ohio on I. C. R. R. right of way; thence last Saturday night. more or less. Mrs. Georgia Ward, of Nocreek, County Court) at about the hour of with said road and right of way westA strip of land on the west side 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six and erly to Jackson's alley, opening on I. visited tho family of J. B. Ward, of this tract one rod In width is re- - twelve months, the following descrlb-uerve- d C. right ot way; thence S. 30 E. 256 here Saturday and Sunday. for a road. Also three trees 'ert reai estate In Ohio County, Ken-on- e feet with east side of this alley to N. Mathew Benton, who has been atwhite oak and two hickories tucky. on the waters of Indian Camp E. corner of Elizabeth Kevll's lot; thence with her lot line S. 16 E 10 tending school at Bowling Green for are reserved for the use and benefit tcreek and bounded as follows: of Mary Smith. Beginning at a fallen white oak on rods and 13 links to corner ot same; several months. Is at home. W. 3 The first two tracts described here-'- a poles thence with her line S. 43 branch; thence N. S2 E. 3S wife, of Rough J. M. Stogner in being same land conveyed to John to a stone; thence S. 24 W. 42 poles rods and 5 links to line ot Wakoland River Locks, was and guests of relatho lot; thence with this line lot S. 39 A Smith by G. S. Hamilton and wife to a stone; thence S. 41 poles to a on August 17, 1897, deed of record large white oak on a small drain; to corner of same; thence S. 82 V4 W. tives here last Saturday and Sunday. in the Ohio County Clerk's office in thence S. 51 VL SI poles to a stone 315 feet to a stone In Ham's line; During the Thunder storm last deed book 17, page 344. The third ' on east side of Hines Mill and Mor-tra- thence with lines of Ham lot to cor- Thursday morning the lightning killL. Hendrie lot; thence with being same land conveyed to gantown road; thence with said road ner of J. John A. Smith by G. B. Smith, et al.. In. 58 W. 37 poles, when reduced to a his lot lines to S. W. corner of said ed a very fine horse for Cecil Calvert. Misses Ruth and Eva Foreman, of on February 4, 190C, deed of record straight line, to'a stono in said road; Hendrie's lot; thence with another In the Ohio County Clerk's office in thence N. 17 E. 80 poles to a white of the Hendrie lof lines N. 9 W. 11 Dundee, visited their aunt, Mrs. Win leed book 27, page 417. oak and sweet gum on a branch; rods and 1 link to Plum Street; Schnleder, at this place, last weekwith south side of Plum thence The purchaser will be required to thence N. 67 E. GO poles to the Street 'South SI W. 9 rods and 22 end. bonds with security to be ap- - ginning, containing 56 acres, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Grant, of Im- proved by the commissioner, The same being part of the E. H links to west side of Benton street; ' mediately after sale, payable in equal whittlnghill land and conveyed to thence North with west side ot Ben- Fordsvllle, visited his brother, J. E. 519-52- 0 Mercantile Bank Bldg.; Installments due In six and twelve Stanford Simpson by Robert Simp- - ton Street to tho beginning. Grant and family, at this place, from Being same land conveyed to Shel- Saturday montns, ueanng interest at tne rate SOn on December 29, 1897, which until Monday. of G per cent per annum, and a lien , deed is of record in the Ohio Countv by Jackson, et al., by F. L. Felix, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. A baby boy was born unto Mr. and will be retained on tho land sold as Clerk's office In deed book 19, page Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, on November 21, 190S Mrs. S. D. Bosket last Tuesday morn additional security. Said bonds to 532. have tho force and effect of a judg- The purchaser will be required to which deed Is ot record In Corar's ing, but only survived two days. The ' execute bond with security to be ap- - deed book 1, pago 24, Ohio County inont remains were buried Thursday uiven unuer my nana tnis tne i7tn proved by the commissioner, immedl- - Clerk's office. Miss Myrtle Walker, of Nashville, Second tract: A tract of land In tlay of May, 1920. payable In equal in ately after sale, Ohio County. Being a certain tract who conducts tho millinery departOTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. stnllments due in six and twelve M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. months, bearing interest at the rate of land upon which there is a dwell- ment in S. D Bosket's Store during . IT tit t it a 1 1 a a a c s 3 1 v of 6 per cent per annum, and a Hen ing house, lying In Ohio County, Ken- the Spring sales, left for her home 4!liiiiil3iiiiiiiiiiiai:3Dl MASTElt COMMISSIONER'S SALE tvill be retained on the land sold as tucky, on the bank of Green River, last Sunday. Slfe made many friends additional security. Said bonds to known as the "Shaft Place,"offor a during her stay hero who regret to this Ohio Circuit Court. have the force and effect of a Judg- more particular description AV M. Heflln, et. al., Plaintiffs. land see record of deeds from A. W. seo her leave. ment. vs. Notice of Sale. Given under my hand this" 17th and E. W Davis and Mary F. Nichols to S. A. Jackson, nnd also seo deci W. A Hlggs, et al., Defendants. day of May, 1920. TAFFY. sions of the Ohio Circuit Court In the By virtue of a judgment and or OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. establishment of a line In case of S. eler of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court m, l. Heavrln, Attorney. A. Jackson vs. Lem Curtis and others, jenuereci at us Aiay term, luzu, ui- t Sunday School Is progressing nicerectlng me as commissioner to sell MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE said land is bounded as follows: Be ly at Clear Run, with J. W. Gray as ginning at a sugar tree and beech the hereinafter described land for the on the bank of Green River; thence Superintendent. purposo of paying tho debt of W. M Ohio Circuit Court N. 35 E. 104 poles to a sweet gum, Rev. Sanders filled his regular apHeflln and A. B. McCarty, amount- - , j. w Maddox. et al.. Plaintiffs, . ash and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 140 pointment at Mt. Morlah Saturday ing to AAnnn witn interest mere j.uuu.uo, f i vs. Notice ot sale. poles to two white oaks and two night n nt the rate of 6 per cent per anEx parte. and Sunday W. to two num fiom December 9, 191S, until Pursuant to a judgment and order hickories; thence S. 42 Miss Susye Raymond returned ;iald, credit by ? 1,000.00 paid March nf snln nf thn Ohln Plrnnlt Pnnrt. fin. hickories, maple and ash on the bank W , 1919, and also to pay the debt tered in the above styled action at its ot Green River; thenco down the home Sunday afternoon after a, short if B J. Milton, amounting to the May term, 1920, directing me as com same to the beginning, containing visit with friends and relatives. bum of $1500 00. with Interest there- mlsslouer of said court to sell the 100 acres. Which tract was conMr. Elvis C. Funk will go to the on at the rate of G per cent per annum hereinafter described real estate for veyed to Sallle B. Jackson on the 3rd, Government Hospital at Evansville from December 9, 1918, until paid, the purpose of paying the costs of the day of August 1898, by Elizabeth L. together with all costs of the above above styled action, together with Jackson, which deed Is of record In this week, where ho will bo treated tyied action, including tho cost of tho cost of this sale, and dividing deed book 18, page 474 Ohio Coun- for stomach trouble. Vnihale. I will offer for sale at the remainder of the proceeds among ty Clerk's office. Misses Cova Kirk and Georgia Third tract: A certain tract of land public outcry to tho highest and best those entitled thereto, I will offer Smith took the Common School Exlnddor at tho Court House door In for sale at public outcry to tho high- situated and lying In the County of Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, est and best bidder at the Court Ohio, State of Kentucky, near tho amination at Beaver Dam, last week. Juno 7, 1920. (It being the first day House door in Haitford, Ky., on Mon- town of Rockport, beginning at a gum Both passed with excellent grades. of the regular term of the Ohio Coun-- y day, June 7, 1920, (It being the first ash and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 49 Several from here took Teachers' ExCourt) at about tho hour of 12:30 day ot the regular term ot the Ohio poles to a stake or stone; thence N. and reported tho work very V M , upon a credit of six and twelve County Court) nt about the hour of 2 E. 40 poles to a stone; thence N. amination 77 W. 80 poles to a beech and gum; difficult. months, the following described real P. M., upon a credit of six and I. estate, lying and being in Ohio twelve months, the following describ thence S. 31 E. 50 pdles to tho beCounty, Kentucky, on tho waters of ed real estate in Ohio County, Ken- ginning, containing 20 acres, more or MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE less. Being tho same land convoyed J3arnett's Creek, and bounded as fol- tucky lows Ohio Circuit Court. A tract ot land lying and being In to Sallle B. Jackson, on August 3rd, Containing about threo Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of 1898, by John T. Jackson, which deed Mrs. M. F. Mauzy, et. al., Plaiutlffa. 1st tract if you could, would you by 1'iMither creek and a part of tho Is of record In deed book 18, page acres and bounded on the north vs. Notice of Sale. t)io Hartford and Livermoro road; 3000 acre survey in the name of 473. Ohio County Clerk's office. Mao Mauzy, et al., Defendants. you Titf ati nnt In n In rl imont nnrl nt. The purchaser will be required to on tho east and south by the lund Thomas Goodwin, and bounded as a execute bonds with security to bo ap-- l dor of sale ot the Ohio Circuit Court. you do owned by Rufus Williams and on the follows: ..,nwn.l In in,; ..l.rtim o,.Ia.. uhium nf west by R. A. Rowan, and the Woodim ! I'Ulotou IM tlti Hiiuio n,;iru nnttn. ui. Beginning nt four beeches and two proved by the commissioner to coddle by fixed mediately after sale, in two equal its May term, 1920, directing mo as men's Hall laud nnd being same land ashes on the bank of Panther Creek ronvoyed to the grantor by A. R. Plr-tl- e and lower corner of tho Ford tract; payments, bearing interest at the rate Commissioner of said CVirt to sell by and wife on tho 9th day of tnenco with a line thereof S. 10 E. of 6 per cent per annum, nnd a lien tho hereinafter described property Do 1918, which sensible, deed Is of s. and 10 links to three dog- will bo retained on the land sold as for the purpose of paying the cost ot pago Said bonds to the above styled action, including Vecord in deed book woods and sissafras; thenco with a additional security. thing' Sharpies. Ohio County Clerk's office, and same line of the 100 acre tract, N. 61 W. have the force and effect of a Judg- tho cost ot this sale, and dividing the liroporty now used by tho grantors 109 poles and 14 links to n stake in ment. remainder of the proceeds among Given under my hand this the 17th those entitled thereto, I will offer us a homestead In the village of Hef- J S. Lake's lino; thenco with same lln, Ky. for sale it public outcry 10 the highN. 23 E. 7 poles and 15 links to a day ot May, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. 2nd tract: Beginning at a beech stone; thence with another of his est and bear bidder, at tho Court M. L, Heavrln, Barnes & Smith, House doer In Hartford, Ky , on ?'cn-da- y, n the bank of Barnett's Creok, cor-z- lines, N. 39 W. 79 poles to a largo to tract of 90 acres conveyed to black oak and two hickories; thence Attorneys. June 7, 1920. (It being tho SJUCTION-Fg-I?- D l&'dbell Morgan by A. Woodward; j first day ot the regular term of tho N. 55 E. 81 poles to throe beeches, ' thence down said creek with Its white oak and sugar tree on the bank Ohio County Court) about tho hour NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. meandora west 03 poles in a straight of Panther Creek; thence up creek of 12:30 P. X. upon a relit i- - r'x lino to a beech about two poles east as It meanders to the beginning, conand twoWo months, the following "Skims clean any apecd" of the bridge; thence N. 80 W. 3C taining 62 acres by survey. described property: May 14, 1920. moles and 9 links to a stone in EdBeing one lot of land lying and beThe purchaser will be required to Sealed bids will be received at tho ing in Hartford, Ohio County, Kenmund Taylor's line; thenco with execute bonds with security to bo aid line 59 V2 E. 252 poles to a gum approved by tho commissioner, im- office of the county clerk at Hartford, tucky, together with tho improveiii1 ush, T. Coleman's S. W. corner mediately after sale, In two equal Kentucky until nt 12:00 noon, Fri- ments thereon, bounded as follows One-hai hiH one thousand acre survey; payments, bearing Interest at tho day, May 2Sth, 1920, by the Fiscal acre of land lying In the HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , hence with his lino N. 88 W. 80 rate of 6 per cent per annum and a Court for the Improvement of the town ot Hartford, Kentucky, compoles to two water oaks, gum and lion will be retained on tho land sold mencing on a street and running, with Hartford-Owensbor- o Road No. 92C2, tho oast line of D. F. Tracty's one hickory; thenca N. 10 W. 228 poles 11.) additional security. Said bonds and 10 links to tho beginning, con to have tho force and effect of a from Beda Station. 139 plus 00 to acre lot due south to his S. E. cor- ed to oxecute bonds with security rlty. Said bonds to have tho force approved by the commis- and effect ot a Judgment. taining 120 acres, inoro or loss. judgment. ward Owensboro to Sta. 275 plus 00, ner; thence east' one halt ot same to be Given under my hand this the 17th Being sum (j land purchased from 'Jlven under my hand this tho 17th a distance ot approximately 2,6 miles distance to a stake; thenco North to sioner, immediately after sale, In bearing day of May, 1920. Eliza Chapman and others by Win. day of May, 1920. tho street; th'ence west to the be- two equal Installments, The improvement will consist of sliap. ginning. rate of 6 per cent Interest at the OTTO 0. MARTIN, M. 0. C Morgan, and by him willed to OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. ing that road) constructing necessary jjnphlria early and by her aud her M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. The purchaser will bo roqulr- - ed on the land sold as addltlonal'secu- - M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. PIASTER ?MieS??uJV XI Bank Service! 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