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FRIDAY, Subscription $1.50 per Yea& NUMBER 35 CIRCUIT COURT TO CONVENE MARCH HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Intorcst and originality in tho com- LOCAL HIGH TAKES position of n seven page fairy talo, HOOSIER'S SCALPS tho best of theso are being mado use of In tho primnry rooms. Intorest in school and school ac- Mndlson, Indiana High School Quintette Drop First Gnmo Hero tivities has been unflagging on the liy 10 to 18. part of pupil, patron and tcachor. INFANT DIES FROM DEAN IN WINDPIPE FEBRUARY 25, 1921. countrymen will bo carried turnout tho throng In his own volco by means of amplifiers. Even those so far away they can hardly seo his figure In tho Inauguration stand will hear every word, tho.corps of engineers announc ed today. A room full of machinery has been Installed beneath tho Capitol stops to catch and repeat to tho crowd ov ory syllable uttered by tho "now President. Tho announcement of the' telephone company Installing tho mechanism said scores of engineers and Workers would be on hand to seo that nothing happ6ned"to prevent full enjoyment by" the crowd of tho unusual privilege of hearing aswell as seeing the speaker. . SENATE PLANS ARE . FOR ARMY INCREASE Total of 17.",000 Instead of 1 ."0,000 1)111 7 Ah Provided Ily Houso Washington, Feb. 22. An army Tho fast and much touted Madison, Cases To Be Heard At Ind., High School I). D. team landed of an average strength of 175,000 This Term. hero Wednesday afternoon for two for the n.oxt fiscal year was provld- son of Mr. and games with tho Hartford High School , od in appropriations approved today ,Tho Mrs. CJiarllo HawlcliiB, of Henderson, net tossers, and as wo write, Thurs- - by tho Senate subcommittee on mill-da- y AVaBhlngton, Fob. 22. ncgret on who worb visiting Mr. Hawkln's parThe Ohio Circuit Court Is to conafternoon, wo look back upon tary affairs In completing Its report vene Mondy,Mnrch 7, for a two tho part of tho Japanoso Government ents, Mr. and Mrs. Strother Hawkins, tho game staged last night as being on tho army appropriation bill for over the fatal shooting of Lieutenant of East Hartford, died yesterday by far tho best ono over played by tho j presentation to tho full committee, week's session. Both criminal and AV. II. Langdon, an American naval morning about 1 o'clock, from tho efcivil actions aro to be heard during local bunch. Team work, vinegar, This strength compares with an officer, nt Vladivostok early In Jan- - fects of what wns supposed to bo a this term. yes and pop might bo added, orage of 150,000 as provided for in 'mnw ID vnlf nc ntflil In Mm rnnlv nt (lint lodged bean In tho throat, which until tho fans grew nervous under tho tho bill as nassert liv thn TTnimn. w W iVl'i Tho doicket as made up In advance UUIJ la lUlbUAUlVU lit is as follows: Government to tho nolo from tho) tho child had swallowed early AVcd- - strain. Tho gamo was rather rough ' Tho bill as reported by tho Senato ncsday morning. Tho child was but gentlemanly so. 1st. Day, Mondny, March 7th. subcommittee provides $7,500,000 United States Government. ItlltCH TAYLOR DEAD Acme-Jone- s Tho hopo wns expressed by tho brought to Hartford Wednesday and Co., .V3. AV. E. Ellis Tho boys from Hooslcrdom had the for aviation compared with $4,000,- Japanese Government "that tho Gov- aftor efforts of local physicians prov- edgo In tho first fow minutes of play i 000 favored by tho House, Of this Mr. Birch Taylor, aged 54 years &c; N. P. Dennis vs. AV.'H. Maddox; ernment of tho United States will ap- ed futllo a specialist from Louisville taking an parly lead, but wore gradu-- 1 increase $3,000,000 will be used In and 10 days, died fit tho home of his C. AV. Reynolds,-vs- . V. preciate fully tho slncero spirit In was called to perform tho oporatlon, ally overhauled and when tlmo for purchasing new planes and equlp-th- o brother, Mr. Horace Taylor, In tho 2nd Day, Tuesday,' March 8th R. A. Rowan, vs. AV. L. Allen, &c; which tho Japanoso Government has ho having arrived near midnight but first period ended tho score stood nent. An increase also was mado for Liberty community, Monday of this acted In dealing with this most doath occurred before tho beau could nine-al- l. Tho homo squad soemo to vocational training, tho total being week. Mr. Taylor had been In poor Tho Southwestern Co', vs. C. B. Iler Incident." S. A. bo removed from tho windpipe, as havo wind to burn, and tho further $2,500,000 as compared with $1,000,. health for a number of years, but on &c.j Moseley vs. J. L. Tho Japanese Government Inform- both tho bean and tho wlndplpo.had they went tho faster they played and 000 adopted by the Houso. tho day of his demise ho was ablo to Southard; J. T. Vinson & Son, vs. I. seC. R. R. Co., Cal P. Keown, vs. John ed tho American Government that becomo swollen and tho bean Substantial provision Is also mado bo up and about the place. team work appeared to bo much bet- Major General Nlshlhara, command- curely lrabedcd. Funeral services were conducted Meadows &c. tor in tho Inst period, and while they for the National Guard; based on ing tho Japanoso garrison nt VladiTho remains of tho llttlo boy were faster and better the Quintette curances, committeemen said, that the by the Rev. Buckner, of Beaver Dam, 3rd Diy, AA'cdnosday, March Oth. guard next year would number 125,- - and burial of the remains took place Ida H. Barnard, Adrax. vs. Rock-po- rt vostok had been reomoved from tho convoyed to Spotsvllle, yesterday from the north of tho Mason-Dixo- n , Coal Co.; L. A. Adams, vs. Same. actlvo list of the Jnpancso army and whero burial will take place. at Liberty, Tuesday afternoon. lino appeared to slow up a bit, rather 000 men. vTho 175,000 averago In personnel 4th Day, Thursday, Mnrch lnth. The deceased Mr. t Taylor was a that various officers undor tho comwinded as it were, making only 9 points-whi- le J. L. Southard vs. I. C. R. R. Co.; mand of Goneral Nlshlhara had been TRACTOR SCHOOL tho winners piled up 31. It was explained would mean an ar- - brother of our townsman, Mr. P. B. only of about 1G1.000 at the end Taylor. L. R. Goodall vs. L. & N. R. R. Co; subjected to punishment of various Taff for tho visitors was tho particu-Jm- y GREAT SUCCESS lar bright spot, while "thero wero Just of tho next fiscal year, as compared Rough River Lumber Co., vs. Same; degrees. 3 Frank May, vs. R. G. Ford &c. fivo amongst the homo boys, every, with 122,000 at the snme time-i- f the CONGRESS WORKS Paraphrase Mado Public Tho Free Tractor School held at ono of them did splendidly, although ; House figures were adopted. Army Tho Stato Department mado public 7h Dny, MondnyMnrch 14th. DESPITE HOLIDAY Beaver Dam on tho 21st and 22nd, Williams failed to make a point, yet officers in submitting estimates to tho Comth. of Ky.; vs. Herman Park, a paraphraBO of tho Japanoso Gov- is now history. he was as busy as a hen with ono Senate committee had requested the deserting child; Same vs. Henry ernment's reply, based on n cableWashington, Tho meetings wero well attended chicken and ho had his eye on a appropriation for an averago numerl-HooslFeb. 22 Although Sproule, grand larcony; gram from tho American embassy at Same . vs. great Interand appreciated, and of all executive departments of the Gov Wade Baize, D. jcal strength of 181,000. Rooster "right now." Toklo, to whom tho communication P. W; Same vs. J. operate a gas Tonlglit is another time, but mea - , Tho subcommittee report will be ernment wero closed In observance W. AVilson, pointing Tho para- est to all who own and was delivered yesterday. weapon; (2 engine or tractor or an automobile, surlng the team strength by tho ono submlted to tho full committee of AVashington's birthday today, both cases) ; Same vs. phrase follows: Earl Beasley &c D. as tho talks dealt with tho fundamenmorrow. It is expected the bill will Houses ofCongress, facing crammed P. W.; Same vs. L. & N. R. R. Co., "played we ought to win, but "A most thorough and exhaustive tals which underllo anyone of these. but if Madison- - cops tonight they bo reported to tho'senate without fur-wi- ll legislative calendars with adjourn- Centertown; Same vs. Dewey Hardin, examination was conducted by tho Tho attendanco was especially ment only ten days off, remained in petit larceny; remain over for the third and ttior delay. I court-martiresulting In tho re- Santo vs. Cletus Kes- session, however business Was sus- slnger, knowing active' list of tho EraUfylng to these who wero responsi- - deciding gamo, which will bo played ' female. moral from tho ua IIIU tomorrow, Friday night. (Wo write pended long FARMERS' MEETING AT customary enough to permit the 8th Day, Tuesday March 15th. Japaneso army of Major Goneral uuiu lui luu OUJIUU1 in us uiuuii extremely unpleasant on Thursday, remomber and will bo reading on .the floor of woather wob Comth. of Ky. vs."L. B. Bean, suf. Nlshlhara commanding tho Jnpancso and many or rather most of tho men BEAVER DAM, MAR. 1-- 2 AVashington's farewell addrcs3j oft of the press before tho Thursday's gaming; Same vs. Jeff AVhittaker &c. garrison at Vladivostok. Tho court-marti- al had to come a considerable distance game Is played.) Ceremonies at Mt. Vernon today gambling; hold that General Nlshlhara Same vs. Eldrldgo MJlner, meeting includ2J the laying of a wrcatU on There will pQ a two-da- y thru tho bad roads. s Thollneup and points made wero phad been guilty of a misinterpretaat Beaver Dam, on Tuesday and AVashington's tomb by R. L. Craigle. deserting infant; Same vs. L. & N. R. Is tho first tlmo that this sort as follows: This R. Co., Dundee; Same vs. L. 3. Bean, tion of tho barracks regulations nnd f oducatlonal work has been attempt Madison Wednesday, March 1st and 2nd, held British charge d'affaires, in behalf suf. gaming (2 cases); Same vs. V. L. incurred primary responsi- ed In tho Stato7 and every dealer in Hartford had thus in tho Opera House, by the kindness of the British branch of the English. 10 . IS Taff Crowo F bility for tho upfortunato Incident. Burdette, B. of P.; Bank of Fords- of those in charge. These meetings; speaking union. the County was invited to 12 F Scott Ellis vllle vs. John M. Graham. "Ho has been doprlved of.tho comaro Free and will be given under Experiment Station and the Robertson with tho In connection with the celebration ' Lodgo 8 C Below Is a list of the Jurors whoso mand of tho garrison and of therank. County Agent in putting this on; Agricul- of the hundredth annlvarsary of its 4 the direction of tho County Rogers G Williams Brigade Commander which ho preof responded with the finest Bartlett tural Agent, tho speakers all being founding, George Washington Uni names have, ben drawn for scrvlco they all 2'G Demereo at this term: viously hold. Tho barracks offlcor sort of spirit. The' manufacturing R. Rogers 4 Specialists of the Extension Dlvllsion versity today conferred honorary do rank of Major has been adjudg- companies furnished men to talk, of the ' Grand Jurors College of Agriculture, University oi grees on more than a score of pub ed guilty of responsibility in the mat-t- slides, books, mavlng picture films, John H. Woods, AV. S. Brown, Kentucky. lic officials and distinguished men 40 18 . and sentenced to confinement for engine parts, charts and tlmo 'and Theso meetings will be similar to and women. Julia Marlowo, famous Jamies White, S. H. Bennett,v W. S. 30 days. Tho assistant barracks of- money. .Thanks are also duo to the those previously held at Beaver Dam Shakesperearian actress and wife of Gains, S. L. King, Grant Pollard, Maficer and a lieutenant havo both been men in Deaver Dam who mado pos- MRS. Q. O. HUNTER son Taylor, Jno. F. Allen, R. P. Beck, IS OPERATED ON and elsewhere in the County under E. H. Sothern, received the honorary D. Cooksey, sentenced to a similar punishment for sible the use of J. B. York, Kit C. Byors, the name of Chautauquas orFarm- - degree of doctor of letters. tho Ope Houso, the a period of fenty days: tho company moving picture mnchlne and assist- t T i.lA..A. George E. Barr, everyone is cor-- n J Among others who received hon- James I. Clark, " Mrs. C. O. TTnntor. Hltv. nn.lnrwnnt .uro commander has been sentenced to a ed In advertising the meeting. dlally-inviteto come. d orary degrees were J. J. Jusserand, Louis R. Goodall, Clinton Igleheart, an operation in a Louisville Hospital lesser period. Meetings will be called to order at Ambassador from France; Senor Don George Crumes, J. P. McCoy, J. HarIt is Just such team work that al- last week for kidney affection, Ship's Commander Visited. ways' accomplishes things, and the necessitating the removal of one. She 9:45 each morning, and 1:30 each Beltran Mathlou, Ambassador from rison "Flener, J. P. Cheek, S. L. Philof tho meeting was indeed n credit to the lips, John D. Johnson, E. G. Atckin-so- n. "Tho Commander-in-Chie- f Chile; Senor Rolando RIccI, stood the ordeal in fine shape and is afternoon, sharp. Forco In Community and the County. Japaneso Expeditionary Tho program for the two days is Ambassador from Italy; doing nicely. It is thought that she t Vladivostok has paid a visit to tho Petit Jurors. . Senator Georgo H. Moses New Hampwill bo ablo to return homo within a as follows: AVayne Richardson, Silas Gibson, S. S. Albany and expressed to tho H. STAimllAXDIT U. MARCH 1st. shire; Senator Key PIttman, Nevaweek or ten days. commanding "officer of tho ship his DIES OF WOUNDS Morning. da; Representative Luther AV. Mott, Dempsey Kelley, AVatt Stevens, Elmer regret nt tho occurence of tho inciHow agriculture can be made to New York; George Sutherland, form- Renfrow, Rufus Dowell, A. L. Maddent. Tho sentry who fired tho faHarrison, Ark., Feb. 22. Henry OHIO COUNTIANS AND yield a reasonable dividend In thi3 er Senator from Utah, doctors of law; dox, C. P. Keown, J. T. Shaver, Ed tal shot has been held to bo excusod Starr is dead. The end came latoJ community "A Cheer Up Pro- Mrs. Frances Parklngson Keyes, wife Duke, R. H. Johnson, L. A, Kimmel, OHIO COUNTY-FRONby tho orders nnd actions of his su- today. He died of a wound receivgram", Mr. Morgan Hughes. of Senator Keyes, New Hampshire, R. B. Canary, Sam 'Rhoads, J. R. periors on whom responsibility has ed when ho attempted to hold up tho Tho benefits, of Farm Drainage, by doctor of lettors and Representative Cooper, Willie Harl, AV. C. Wallace, The Masonic Homo Journal, of Mr. AVolch. bean squarely placed and who are to Peoples' Batik here las! Friday. Alanson B. Roughton, Now York, V. L. Fulkerson, John H. Miles, J. W. Coppage, James" AV. farmer, S. be punished as abovo stated. Tho Starr, according to tho authorities, date, February 15, graces Its front Afternoon. doctor of humane letters. raentry, however, was found guilty of was tho last real bad man of the page with the likenesses of A. C. , H. Ellis, H. II. AVesterfleldVj. J. Max-o- y, The Farm Dairy Mr.Prowitt. m Portor and C. M. Crowe, of Hartford, T. J. Brooks, P. sfVorASaxa. S deception In his testimony as to tho Southwest The express office at Soil Building MRS. KIRj AND MISS Mr. Kenney. Ceral-v- o, Oklahoma, was his first "Job" and E. A., (Loo1) Barnard, of circumstances of the fatality and for SLMMERMAN ENTERTAIN Qrowe, George M. Johnsonl,V,A. San-- 1 MAHCH 2nd. and, also devotes the entire page defur. G. R. AVoote'n. AV. pV.Thoma's. this has beon' sentenced to confine- in 1892. It notted him inoro than Morning. ment for thirty days. $4,000. A score of bank robberies and a portion of the following to Economy in Agriculture Mr. Jett. Mrs. A. D. Kirk and Miss Winnie John H. Haynesr C. W, Sevens, j'. S. . "In addition to the expressions of and other crimes wero charged to him theso local Masons and Masonic acD. Slmmerman entertained the Black soumaro. . iv Afternoon. Three tivities within Ohio County. regret on the part of tho Commander- - in tho years that followed. The farmer as a Business Man Cat Club at the home of tho latter of tho Japanese ExpeditionIn 1915, after he had held up the masons, more actlvo than this trio, Mr. Jett. Saturday afternoon, at Five Hundred, $307,000 FREESEED ' ary Forco, tho Minister for Forolgn Stroud Bank, at Stroud, Okla., he would doubtless be hard to find BILL PIES "IN. SENATE Mr. Jett, will in effect conduct a a number of which games were Affairs in communicating tho action was captured. He was sent tp tho within the confines of this immediate one day school of modern business of the At tho conclusion Washington, Feb. 22 House proof tho courtmartlal convoys to tho ponltentiary and was paroled In 1919. territory. . as applied to tho farmer; you are re- game3 a delicious, light lunch was Ohio County Masons in general and spectfully requested to come early served. Those present "were visions-In the agricultural approprias. American Government the expression He announced he would lend an honlocal Masons in particular, take a Just so that you may not miss any of this of deep regret on tho part of tho est life. A. C. Porter, Darrel Sullen-ge- r, tions bill allowing $367,000 for tho Until the atempted robbery last pride in the meritorious notlco giv- as tho afternoon session will depeqd , Japaneso Government nt tho occurJohn P. Taylor, Hoyt L. Taylor annual Congressional distribution of t en by tho Official Masonic Organ of upon the work taken up that morn- ajid Misses Martha and Mildred free seeds wero struck out today in ence of this sad evont and 'expresses Friday Starr was traveling road. It was said ho was this Grand Domain. tho hopo that tho Government of thol ing. Better bring that lead pencil Stephenson, Elizabeth Moore, Leila tho Senate. Senator Pat Harrison, United States fully appreciates tho srfon to appear in a motion picture. along too, expect you will find some- Glenn, Margaret AVllllamson, Anna Democrat, led a fight for retention KUYKENDALL slncero spirit in which the Japaneso one from your Bank thero, as it has Rhea Carson, Mary Marks, in addition of the appropriation but did not forco Government has actod In dealing with MAJORITV SOCLVLISTS to Mrs: Kirk and Miss Slmmer- a roll call . been tlio case at all of these meet. LEADING IN PRUSSIA Mrs. Lorn Dell Kuykendall, 31 Ings that the bankers aro as much man. this most unfortunato incident.' " years old, died at 3:30 o'clock Fri- interested in Jhla as are the FarmBEAVER DAM; SCHOOL NOTES i Borlin, Feb. 22. Comploto unof- day afternoon at her homo, 1208 ers. CROAA'DER AVESTERFIELD HEAVER DAM SCHOOL MAKES GOOD SHOWING ficial roports of tho elections to tho Tennessee street, from tuberculosis. Beaver Dam High School as over AVe are exceptionally fortunate in Prussian Landtag continue to show She had been ill three months. Sho being ablo to combine those, attracj s On AA'ednesday February 16 at the 95 in atendanco. It has' a largo maTho month of February marks an that tho majority Socialists aro well was born In Ohlb county, Ky and tlons ns has been done, and the lo- homo of Rev. Birch Shields, Cronl jority of out of town students, and important epoch In the history of the In the load. These reports show that had resided in Padueah nine yoa,rs, cal Comfmitteo Is to bo congratulated woll, Mr, A. II. AVestorfiold, AVysox, all aro taking great intorest. Not Boavor.Dam High School. Tho class the majority Socialists havo gained whjaro sho had many friends. She on tholr keen perception of the notds pnd Miss Lorotta Crowder. Roslne, only are tho classes themselves of ImPoo-plo- s' was a member of tho Baptist church; of tho farmors In this section. wore united injnarrlage, Rev. Shields portance, but the literary Society, In Horticulture has grafted and will 113 seats, the Centrists 90, tho party 57, tho Nationalist party Surviving aro her husband, W. J. officiating. May many happy years tho Jofforsonlanr which moots every m. l. Mccracken, sot out 300 apple trees. These a. Kuykendall, throe chlldron; also by cents each, as 73, tho Domocxats 26, the IndependFriday afternoon, receives Its sharo of married Ufa bo theirs ,, trees cost only 2 ' BIRCH SHIELDS. ko of notice. At this tho students compared with 90 cents expend od ent Socialists 28, the Communists 30 hor father, William Bryant, a broth INAUGURAL ADDRESS TO HE "AMPLIFIED" er AV. S. Bryant, both of Roslno, Ky., charge and carry It on In for tho usual nursery stock. Tho and tho Economic party 4. It would appear that the govern three other brothers, E. G. n.nd L. E. n strictly parliamentary way. Tho MARRIAGE LICENSES class Is learning as well as applying AA'ashlng, Fob. 22. For the first ment coalition parties still hqve a Bryant, Horrin, 111., and Ira Bryant, noxt program deals with AVa3hlng-to- n oconomy ih grafting " A, R. AVestorflold, AVysox, to Lou- nnd his great service to our coun Tho class In clothing has complet- majority in tho Prussian Parliament, Johnson City, Tonn. Ono sister, tlmo, weather permitting, nn Inau- try. All visitors are we'eoma at iheso ed two undorgavmonts and well be- altho It has been greatly reduced in Mrs. Moggie AcUloy, St, Louis. Th gural address is to be hoard March Iretta - Qrowdor, Roslno. gun on the third. Tho finished work consequence of tho setback of Uho body will bo taken to Roslno Sunday 4 by as many ncoplp as may pack Earl S. Murphy, Reynolds Station, meetings. (Th above .article was received will bo oxhlblUd at tho next P. T. A. Democrats and majority Socialists as morning, whoro the funeral and bur? themso.lves, on tho groat phaza front- to Daisy O, Perry, Fordsvlllo. ' compared with their position In the lal will take place Sunday aftorooon, ing the Capitol. President Hard-lug- 's Louis Grant, Barrett's Ferry, to last, week, but loo lato far pubjicar meeting. ' . first formal statement to his Beulah May Pate, Narrows", R. 1. (Clipped from a Padueah Paper.) tlon.) Tho Ithotorlc class has shown much retiring National Assembly. j er to-ga, al or American's Slayer and perior Officers Get Jail Term. Heretofore Su- Passed. Both Civil And Criminal ' ""3. 1 newly-appoint- ed T! Nn-wa- ta, ef Mes-dame- c thnn-solves-ta- -- f S" r":NCIAL STATEMENT 'Johnson, Jno OF OHIO COUNTY John, I I Financial Btatement of Ohio County, Kentucky, showing summary of and disbursements, together with HI miaul list of claims nllowed from January 1st, 1020 to January 1st, 1921: ' !.. k' -. Cooksey, Odlo, team The Ford Sedan Carson & Co., mdse i Duff, Dr. J. A., ex. lunacy. , Duke, R. A., teaxi 500 Tho Ford Sedan, one. of tho most convenient and comfortablo of enclosed cars, Danlol, II. G samo 4.00 Ashby, Geo., labor offers you tho delights of the higher priced cars nt tho lowest first cost and lowost Duff, It. C, labor 3.00 A., labor etc. . . JJollamy, J. 3.00 Dexter & Vincent, dynamite 9.50 .Barnard Edgar, Interest . . upkeop cost. In Summor or Winter, sunslilno or rain, tho Ford Sedan provides con28.92 Davis, J. II., labor 5.00 Bradley & Gilbert Co., books veniences in accord with your wishes. Only a mlnuto Is required to rniso or lower 62.36 Dean, W. S., per diem 3.00 Samo,' paper Elliott C. L hauling etc. 11.50 Bean, W. J., labor etc tho windows. writer 51.30 Ferguson, V. R team 5.00 Bennett, Li. P., labor Tho Ford Sedan Is a favorlto family car. Beneath tho Sedan body, tho ovor reOhio County Drug Co., drugs 27.04 Fuqua, Estill, labor 11.50 Bank of Hartford, Interest Phegley, Owen, sills etc., . . 50.00 Gillespie Bros., blacksmith- Hoard, Estll, road bod liable Ford Chassis means nn economy unknown in other enclosed cars. A family 6.00 ing 10.63 Porter, L. L., same Bratcher, S. A. services car of exceptional merits. Tho Ideal car for tho farmer's family. It scats fivo com3.00 Herroll. W. C, lumber etc 32.00 Park, Dr". A. D., x. lunacy . .Beaver Dam Pig. Mill Co., 50.00 3.25 Hicks, W. E., labor 15.20 Kagland, L. D., road bed material fortably; and Is qulppcd with dcmountablo rims, tiro carrier, electric starting nnd 6.00 240. hi) Heck, E. C, nails 3.00 Rlcheson, S. L., hauling . . rBalze, W. H., mdse lighting system, and Instrument board. Ordors are filled in tho samo scquonco In Rico, Forrest, samo 20.00 103. 31; Likens, M. T., gasoline etc . 11.10 Honnewlty, Louis, lumber. O AF 3.00 9.00 T txi. TJ TC ntlln which they are recolvcd. And ever remember tho suro nnd certnln nnd satisfactory Brown, Q. B., committee. . . " "., aiiio Co., dlsen- - lo.vu Render, C.Herman, labor . . . Rowe, S., hauling 2.50 Louisville Chem. Same, per diem "nfter-servicwo give. You know tho solid satisfaction that comes In tho knowlodgo 9.00 7.00 fectant 19.73 Rowe, Paul, samo .Bean, Ollle, labor Rowe, G. W., Committee.. 6.00 Moseley, R. T., sills 589.45 G.00 Dlankcnship, W. C. services. that your motor car 13 good for every day of tho year no mental worries whon you Same, per diem 9.00 9.00 Owensboro Sewer Pipe Co., Same, per diem drive a Ford. Let's have your order today. 15.00 plpo 10.00 115.50 Robinson, Alfred, team Same, committe6 Ralph, Henry, labor 6.00 18.75 Ohio County Drug Co., mediThink of It! Tho Ford Sedan, this handsomo enclosed car costs you less than any Urown W. A., labor on road. 3.00 7.80 cine etc 31.27 Richardson, Aim, sills Borryman, Foreman, team ordinary touring car (except tho Ford.) .' Rhoads, Sam, labor 5.00 3.90 Porter, L. L., labor 12.00 Barnard, Delbert, labor 27.00 3.90 5.G0 Rhoads, Seth, labor s. li., roau oeu .Barnard, Claudle, labor . . . 12.00 10.00 l'atton, Grand, dynamite etc 10.95 Rhoads, Cecil, samo Brown, L. J., committee . . . Rhoads, Butler, samo 16.00 Pendleton, Dr. E. B ex. lunBowman, Cha3., grader re 12.00 acy 6.00 3.00 Rhoads, B. C, committee. . . pairs 9.00 3.00 Riley, Dr. A. B., samo . . . 3.00 Same, per diem Bean, Dr. L. B., ex. lunacy. . 22.03 9.00 Ralph, Jno. C. team 5.00 Renfrow, F. & Co., dynamite iinan. Dr. J. S.. ex. 3 lunacies Rice, B. F committee.... 6.00 Rice, B. F., committee. 12.00 Henri. Dr. L. B.. medicine 4s BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY 9.00 33.05 . Same, per diem . 3.00 Same, per diem druK3 10.00 12.00 Render, Herman, labor .. . F., use tractor 1.50 Shields, Willie, lumber 2.75 41.41 nowe, u. w., committee . . ?!iTTin ontkes etc 15.00 Shields, Warren, hauling . . 2.60 7.50 Same, per diem . . 7 !iTnn. rlvnamlte 3.00 Simpson, Dewey, samo Swift, Sid, sills 10.00 35. 00, Rough River lumber Co Craig, Chas. hauling etc.. 259.30 59.82 lumber 70.25 Smith, Charlie, service Campflold, G. W., bridge lbr. I R. F., sills 10.72 Rhoads, Cecil. labor 6.00 Stevens, Chapman, E. F., team on 2.00 5.00 Rhoads, Butler, same rnml 6.00 Stevens, R. J., labor 6.00 J. 10.00 Khoads, Seth, team 8.00 Southard,G. B., lumber Cox. Farl, hauling S samo 4S.00 Rhoads, B. C, Committee etc T. E. election com22.50 Stewart, Cooper, 9.00 20.00 Same, per diem 3.00 Shown, Ed., per diem missioner 3.00 Allen, Lon, samo 18.25 Smith, Lon, com'r. 46.85 Haynes, Willie, labor Tichenor. Worth, services.. IRichardson, J. H lumber . . 3.00 8.45 Taylor, Daugherty, Shelby, labor on I 4.00 Beaver Dam Pig. Mill Co.. Will, team on road . . 10.00 Uohclmer, Lon, same Shown, Ed., per diem 10.00 Smith, George, sills 3'no 5.00 road Hoskins, Pate, sills 10.50 Tile 300 .standard t'riiirincr f'r 26.25 Taul, 50.00 Standard Print Co., books. . 25.56 Taylor,W. A., same Dougherty, J. F., same etc . . Himes, T. H samo " 7.33 Bennett, Godfrey, team 6.48 22.50 rh 9.00 Smith, Dr. J. S., ex. lunacy. . .Dougherty, W. C, committee 3.00 Taylor, W. C, lumber 15.00 Boyd, Wayllo, labor 3.00 I Truman, Byron, hnuilnV ! ' 45.36 Hopper, Warren, samo J. W., same 6.00 Stewart, Dr. J. G., same . . . enn 3.00 Same, hauling Hart. Dr. O. E.. Vetnrnnrv 38.00 Benton, Adraln, samo 6.90 ' 13.50 iicnenor, iinrvcy, samo 9.00 Smith, Ervin, team 1 00 5.00 Thomas Bros., nails Same, per diem Hoover, H. H., sills 2.00 Board, Estill, road bed 105.00 Taylor, OUIo, hatJlIng otc. . . . u!oo 3.00 21.50 St. Clair J. D., same 4.00 Taylor, Protus, labor Dortch, B. J., labor etc. . . . 10.00. Bratcher, S. A., services... 2&,25 Taylor, F., nails 3.00 Johnson, Archie, team labor 2.05 Smith, Charlie, service). . 215.50 Taylor, Ollie, j(V 20 55 Sake, E. F., nails Johnson, Barnie, same... Cr nnvntant Timlnw T T 6.75 Burdon, Wnlter, Asst. Sheriff 3.50 Taylor, Oscar, labor 9.00 Stevens, Sam L committee 6 00 9.00 Dean, W. S., committee . . O.OOBIrkhead, E. E., shroud on tractor .'. 8.00 Taylor, Carl M., labor etc... 88.70 175.00 I Jhnson, Alpha, same.... 9.00 Samo, per diem 3.00 Same, per diem Jackson, F. E., road bed.. 25.00 Blankenship, W. C, services 423.12 Taylor & Morris Motor Co. 4.00 Shown Ed., same 3.00 White, N. B., member B Daniel, Roy, hauling 1.50 Same, per dlein 3.00 13.50 owe". J- E., sills of Superv. repairs 10.00 Tucker, Tom, team 5.00 vans, Clarence, road bed . . 945 w; L., dynamlto. . . . 12.25 Barnctt, S. T., commissioner 3.00 Tichenor, Worth, services . . 29.70 13.50 "u, Ward, D. E., same" 25.50 Tichenor, Worth, services. . 77.15 Elliott, C. L., hauling H.( hauling Brown, Q. B., per diem 27.00 3.00 Wilson, Mary, road bod 14.00 iI;e,t,1J' Williams, A. J., storage .. 600.00 Same, to buy goods 200.00 'Wedding, Harvey, 10.00 .Farm Agent, salary 3.50 Cnsebier, J. F., dynamlto etc 21S.67 Woodruff, P. N. & Co., Blacklumber . . .105. 54 Knott, W. C. lumber 64.77 Westerfield, Herbert hauling 125o foreman, S. W.", lumber 21.50 t.vv Ky. & Ind Truck Co. storaco '20.00 Craig, C. A., hauling nesiurnuiu, j. u., muor . . smlthing Westerfleld, Gilbert, labor k7.80 s.30 Cofl. James, team J 2.00 Christian, Jim, lumber 6.7; Warden. W. M. Dr. ox. lunacy 20.85 Hies, wavey, labor etc 17.00 12.50 York, J. B., lumber ...... 3.00 v Grilfin, Maggie, interest . . . 2.16 Chinn, A. S.. hauling 128.78 Whlto Roy, la'ior Allen, W. L., labor 13.25 Midklff; A. W nails Williams & Duke, nails 1.50 3.00 1-Hunter. C. O., Treas., salary 200.00 2.40 Carson, Willie, samo 3.50 Wllson, Wllllo. samo 7.35 Mitchell, J. E., hauling . . . 3.00 Albln, T. A., blacksmlthing Howard, E. S., Supt. salary 1000.00 White, N. B., team Martin, Fred, lumoer 62.45 Carson, J. II. B. commissioner 3.00 Wilson, II. & Co, school books 4.00 Albln, Birch, hauling S.83 aianlln, C. W., road bed. . . 150.00 Adams, J. D., & Co., grader 14.50 Dean, Jno., labor 4.50 Westorflold, Jesse, labor . . . 20.00 Miller, T. S., team blades 3.00 19.00 Addlngton, W. K., lumber . . 3.00 Humphrey, W. H., labor Miller, Lee, team etc 11.50 Dean, W. S., per diem 3.00 Wilson, D. T., ditcher Ashby, M. D labor etc. . . . 13.20 Godfrey, team . . . 7.25 2.00 Hartford Print Co., Advt. etc 672.50 Bennett, 5.75 Dean, W. S.,Comr etc 14.94 Albln, T. A., blacksmith work 7.20 Magan, J. C, team 15.00 Brown. W. M., sills 17.00 Ashby, Martin, samo 3.80 Harrison, Cully, hauling . 2.00 Davis, Floyd, hauling etc.. 13.00 Autry, Sylvester, hauling etc. Ashby, U. C, team 3.50 Magan, Bert, labor 18.00 35.92 Brown, J. B., hauling etc. . 10.00 "Hartford Motor Co., oil etc. 10.00 Davis, J, II., same Addlngton, J. R., road bed . 14.00 Austin-Weste12.50 Morris, Granville, road bed. Bean, Dr. L. B., ex. lunacy 2.00 Road Men. Co 3.00 Hines, W. A., labor Morris, Mason, hauling.... 4.00 Davis, Arthur, same 14.00 Grndor etc 9.00 Blankenship, per diem . . . 6.00 i Adams, J. D. & Co., grader 761.01 Hnb. Clothing Co., mdse... 4.00 Duff, R. C blacksmlthing.. 5.10 Acton Bros., tools etc repairs 7.00 Morris, Granville, team 8.25 Chinn, Anthony, lbr. on road 3.00 113.70 Hub Clothing Co., mdse. . . . 2.00 Daugherty, W. C, committee. 9,00 Morris, C, labor Bennett, L. D labor 9.00 Ambrose, Jno. lnbor 56.00 Cox. O. C, labor 6.00 2.50 Harris, Dsller, sills 2.00 Samo, per" diom 6.00 aiorris, Hoy, samo . . . 3.00 Bratcher, S. A., services. . . Baker, Curl, driving truck Campbell, W. P., labor etc . . 9 05 4.00 10.50 James. Robert, labor 7.00 Daugherty J. F., team etc. . . 10.00 Maples, Frank, lumber Bell, Sam, repairing truck 5.00 Beavor Dam Pig. Co., nails . 2 00 850.00 Cobb and Richards, dynaKirk, A. D., salary 15.00 Elliott C. L., hauling 5.00 Miles, J. H road bed 5.00 ' 50.00 mite, etc 25.32 Bell, Jeff, labor 1.50 Xolley, A. P., road bed 10(h00 Foreman, W. M lumber otc 30.00 Baker, Salem, driving truck . 2.25 Miller, J. D labor Bell, Mark, same 6.00 Daugherty, W. C, committee 4.50 9.00 Bell, Jim, same 3vlrk. W. D.. labor 7.00 Fuqua Bros., lumbor etc.. 275.64 Bonnott, Godfrey, labor. . . . 2.25 Maples, Clem, grading Bennett, J. S., team 17.25 JKcnwn. C. P.. Ins. policy . . . 194.00 Same, per diem 6.00 Balrd, Roscoe, team 13.12 Fordsvllle Pig. Co.. oil etc.. 2.00 MInton, Henry, lumber 12.86 Bennett, L. D., labor 86.40 Daugherty, Gertie, mdse. . . 3.00 IKitchens, W. H., labor . 41.69 Butler, Dee, labor Faught, Herbert, lumber 4.00 McKenney, Dr. J. O., ex. 52.50 Bonton, M. E., hauling 9.00 Elliott Fisher Co., repairing 7.80 !L,Ioyd, Tom, team lunacies 6.00 Graham Romney, hauling. . 4.00 Baize, Luther, same '. 8.00 Benton, Adraln, labor 4.00 6.00 TT.nisrnrn. "Ethel, sills machinery 137.05 Baize, E. E., samo 2 00 Gobbert, E. F., bolts etc 3.00 McKIniej, Lonoy, labor . . . 3.65 Boyd, Clydo, samo 23.90 Edwards, Clay, team 19.20 r.ee, R. E., lumber 7.50 Baize, Luther, sills 25 03 Griffith. Wllllo, team 5.20 NIcol, Garage, loading truck 15.00 Bennett Thomas, samo 10.00 Johnson, J. S., sills 6.30 I Geary, V. Martin, Wallace, road bed. . 9.00 Bishop, Roscoe, hauling.... Eugene, repairing 4.80 Oiler, C, team 12.00 Blankenship, W. C, services 83.00 50.00 Kirk, Robert, hauling Miriklff. W. P.. team etc.. 2.00 Benton, M., same grader 126.45 Hicks, Silas, hauling 5.00 2.50 Samo, por diem 54.48 Nelson, Joseph, team 3.00 4.00 Brown, Lewis, sills Illlller, Nolen, lumber 20.65 Holbrook, J. D premium on 6.00 Porter. L. L.. labor etc Brown, Q. B., Com 13.00 Orr, Lee, lumber 15.00 Moxley, J. W., same 105.00 Bishop, Roscoe, labor policy 3.00 I 16.20 Phegley, Rube, labor 130.25 Same, per diom 7 7.00 Pendleton, Dr. E. B., examin 3.00 .Moseley, Bob, sills 18.00 Hickey, G. R., team etc Bratch'er, Hub, same 7.00 Ralph, J. A., team 93.60 Bellamy, A. F., dynamlto qtc. 41.70 30.00 ing lunacy . . . . : Sflidkiff, W. P., fence posts . 3.00 Blankenship, W. C, services 116. 8 Ralph, Emmett, labor 6.00 .Hawkins, T. J., lumber 20.40 Brown, Shelby, labor 6.00 Same, med. At. Pauper . . . 13.50 "Slogan, Edgar, lumber 10.00 Same, per diem 16.00 Haven. Marlon, teams 6.00 Russell, Frank, team 10.00 Bennett, L. F., samo 15.00 Russell, Everett, team etc. 11.25 Oglesby, Herbert, labor. . . . 00.35 Same, Committee 12.00 Hunter, C. O., Treas,, caBh 20.00 Russell, Everett, team 13.50 Rowe, G. W., com. etc Bennett. C. R., ox. lunacy. . . . 3.00 6.94 Same, freight "Porter, L. L., labor 12.00 paid, tractor 95.79 Ralph, Dudley, team etc . 1575.00 4.50 Same, per diem 6.00 Brown, J. D., committee . . Tendleton, Dr. E. B., ex. 27.00 Same, cash paid, samo ....2450.00 Bell, C. L., nails etc 20.00 Ralph, Arvin, labor 9.00 Rlcheson, S. L., hauling . . . 8.50 Brown, Jno. B labor 6.00 Same, cash paid, graders . . . 376.00 Casobler, J. F., gasoline etc. . 23.33 30.50 Rhoads, Butler, samo Cheek, J. W., hauling 4.50 6.00 Boswcll, B. H., same 250.00 Riley, Dr. A. B., ex. lunacy.-- . 6.00 Hartford Printing Co., print2.50 Rhoads, Seth, same . . . . iSamo, C. Health Offi Christlnn, G. J., 238.53 2.00 Barnard, L. T. , road bed . . Arthur, same ing etc 8.00 125,SS Rogers, Eugene, labor . . . 15.00 275.10 Crowder, C. E lbr. ."Samo, C. Physician 86.12 21.00 Brown, Q. B committee . . . 5.00 Rhoads, Butler, labor 12.00 , Hoovor, J. N., road bed 9.00 Rhoads, B. C, committee, Qnlssenberry, Tan, hauling. 100.00 Same, grading samo 20.00 6.00 Same, per diem. 8.00 Rhoads, Seth, same t.uu James. T. F.. nails etc B. E., sills 6.00 Same, per diem 3.35 Samo, Martin Hlcheson. 4.00 22.50 Berryman, A. F., grading . . 52.10 Rhoads, D. A., lumber . . . 12.00 Jones, Henry, hauling etc.. . . 4.50 Same, committeo 7.00 Crowder. Tom, ditcher Hoberts, G. H labor 12.00 grading 6.00 Bratcher, S. A., services . . 2.00 Rhoads, Cecil, labor 12.50 Ke'own, Ola M., labor 19.50 Rusher, Robert, team W. S., labor 5.00 Cheek, J. W., surveying.... . 24.00 Rusher. Rhoads, B. C, committee etc 18.75 Canary, L. C, use scrapes 24.00 Keown, Frank, sills 1.12 Rice, Forest, same etc 15.00 Rice, F. L., hauling Finley, dynamlto etc 11.50 12.00 Craig, Chas., lumber 12.00 Rice, B. F., committee 12.00 Kirk. A. D.. offlco rent 31.50 Rice, B. F., committee, 50.00 Carter,W. S., Com B. F., committee. . . Rice Dean, 9.00 Same, per diem 6.00 Cobb, O. T., lumber 9.00 6.00 I Lloyd, Milton, labor 5.25 Same, per diem per diem 4.50 Samo, per diem Same, 3.00 24.00 Cox, Earl, hauling 36.00 Rice, Forest, team etc 8.00 Leisure, Ethel, hauling 7.50 Romans, C, team 3 75 fflagland, Tom, road bed . . Durham, Sam, labor 1.50 6.00 Christian, James, lumber . . 4.00 Same, per diem 2.00 l Leaeh. Sam. labor C.OO 15.30 I Romans, Newt, labor M. D labor. . . . Romans, 5.30 9.00 Combs, W. M same 40.86 Rowe Firis, sills 2.00 , LIkins. R. P.. coffin 2 CR Durham, Clyde, lumber 5.3b , Jtogers, c;., same Renfrow, F. & Co., nails . Daugherty, Willie, hauling . . 2.00 3.00 Curtis, Chas, same etc . . . 20.00 Shown, Ed., per diem 17.50 Morton, J. C, gasollno can. 3 10 57.58 Rafferty, W. S., sills Cecil, labor Ithoads, Daugherty, 4.00 Chinn, Murray, labor 4,oo Simpson, Ura, team 4.00 Mcdcalf, Henry, sills hauling . . . 2.00 Renfrow, Audio, hauling 8.00 Same, per W. 0., Com. etc. 27.00 nihoads, D. A., 3.00 diom 5.00 Curtis, Will, team 17.15 Taylor, Joe T., hauling.... 27.20 , Millei, Lee, labor 5.00 Render, Robert, labor com. etc . . 4.50 Hhoads, B. . 4.30 3.00 Cummings, J. A., sills 9.00 Taylor, Protus, labor 28.20 M hlrr. T. S.. samo DUlllO 35.00 T,A.IA.. f. a n w , . f . JVUUUOll 7.50 Daugherty, Gertie, nails Jf Same, per diem Daugherty, W. C, freight . . . 25.60 53.90 Mslfer, J. H., team 30.00 Taylor, Barnle, road bed.. 300.00 Campbell, W. B., lumber . . 108.00 Render, Herman, labor . C 00 ithoadB, Butler labor. . . . Douglas, TX. D., sills 7.98 80.00 Carson, U. S., dynamite etc. 12.65 McA'urtroy, Sam .Com'r 3.60 Wallace, James, frelghjt.. 23.80 Rlcheson, S. L., hauling 3.00 Davis, Render, Herman, labor . . . 10.00 Arthur, hauling 50.00 Cooper Coal Co., coal 6.00 Whlttaker, R. L., road bed 29.00 Rowe, G. W., committee Hoss, Jutt, same 14.50 25.70 Dawson, L. J., labor 1.2,00 Ashley, Dennis, labor . . . OKlssby, Robert, lumbor 10.00' Davis. J. II.. hauIlnR etc 7.00 Same, per diem Jllley, Dr. A. B., ex. lunacy . fDanlel, Ed., labor 6.00 11.35 Davis, J. H., teams 3.65 rwicieion, Dr. E. B., Bled. At C.oo Albln, T. A., nails ...-:...14.00 Smith, C, hauling . . . Howe, G. V, per diem . . 6.00 Leslie, 2.35 Davis, Floyd, labor' 4.00 300.00 Albln, Earlls, lumber . . . 8.00 Simpson, Dewey, team . 10.00 Edge, Mlko, team . . tention Stewart, Glenn, lumber . . . Edge, 10.00 labor 5.00 Davis, Arthur, team 116.00 Ri.rJrow, Mark, road bed 340.00 Ambrose, J. H., labor 16.00 Smith, Charlie, services 20 00 Stevens, Sam L., Interest . 1.50 icnrrow, W. H., hauling . . . 10.00 Fulkerson, L. D., lumbor . . 508.15 12.00 Ambrose, W. S. writing Duke, E. F., nails 11.50 Stevens, R. F., labor . . Samo, committee 4.004.00 Dean, W. S., freight etc... deeds r1.50 RhL'dall, Leonard, labor etc. . 24 15 Funk, Ira, labor 9.00 28,60 (Shultz, Lorenza, same . Samo, per diem 5.00 48.05 Same, per diem 36.80 Rlio:ds, D. A., lumber 469.61 Brown, J. B sills 6.00 Stevens, R. J., same . 67 50 Funk Clydo, samo Smith, Charlie, services . . . "link, Ebb., same 1.00 10.00 Daugherty, George, labor. . 18.00 Rhoads, Seth, team etc 4,35 Baize, Ellis, labor 2.00 Shown, Louisa, lumber 18.00 Foroman, stmvnri. j. J. & Son. nails. 12.50 2.00 Rhoads, Butlor, same 20.00 wanKenship, w. c, services 258.09 Daugherty, Park, team . . . . ' 2.00 , Shown, Harlan, grading 19.00 Gillespie Sam, lumber .Swain, R. J., labor Bros., B. Smithing 19.60 9.00 Daugherty, Shelby, labor . . 1.15 Rhoads, Arthur, labor 5.00 Same, per diem 4.00 Stewart, G. J., nails... 32.00 Stevens. R. F., lumber 19.00 6.00 Rhoads, B. C, committee etc 17.00 Greor, James, labor 6.00 Same, Clerk Board of SuDaugherty, W. C, committee 9.00 Shown, Ed., per dlom . Stowart, Virgil, labor 2.00 pervisors 13.50 Samu. Per diem 5.00 Samo, per diem 6. 00. Turner, Homer, labor . 6.00 3.00 Greer Martin, labor Stewart, Joe, lumber Greor, W. 16.00 1.50 Daugherty, Gertie, mdse . . . 29.30 Taylor, F team 2.00 Render, Herman, labor 7.00 Brown, M., samo 67.50 Harrison, J., sills Southard, E. L., team 10,00 Elec, labor 6.00 .DauEhertv. Harvey coffin etc 4.00 Render, Claudio .team otc. . 3.13 Bailey, Paul, sills 12.45 I Taylor, Ollie, same 4.20 Smith, A. C, nails 8.00 Durham, R. J., lumber 5.90 Render, Robert, samo 3.30 Blrkhead, E. E., shroud . . 10,50 Harrison, Culloy, hauling .. 35.00 59.13 Thomas Bros, nails . . . . Bnell, Ernie, labor 7.50 Ross, Jutt, hauling 6.00 Bratcher, S. A., services . 197.50 Dexter & Vincent, nails etc. 160.07 Taylor, Will, labor 3.00 IHgliway Iron Pro. Co., cul- Shown, Ed., per diem vorts 2316.60 28.60 .Durham, Robert, labor . . . 10.00 Rico, Forest, .team 2.50 Brown, C. P., logs, etc 4 . . . 2.70 Tichenor, D team 20.00 Hoppor, Smith. A. C, labor 10.00 12.00 Durham, Clyde, same 10.00 Rice, B. F., committee 1.30 Bishop, Roscoe, hauling . . . 14.70 Tlchonor, W. "M., same 12.00 Heflin, Lytle, team Thomas Bros., nails W. M., lumber ....'149.92 43.98 Daniel, Jesse, sills 6.00 Samo, per diem 6.00 Bowling, J. A., sawing . . . 4.80 Tichenor, M. R., notary work 3,00 Taylor, OUIo, team etc 2.00 C, hauling 9.00 Daniel, Ray, labor Ralph, Herbert, labor 2.00 Brown, Q. B per diem . . . 2.25 Taylor, Dr. J. W., examin- 2.25 Hoover, L.Herald, Taylor, Protus, labor Hartford advertisinc 25.40 ing lunacies 6.00 Ralph, James C, samo Danlol, T. N lumbor etc. . 23.20 I 10.50 Crowder, H. C, member of 6.00 Jackson, 'Xlchenor, Doward, hauling. 4.00 Rob. labor board of Supervisors.. 13.50 Evans, Frank, same 4.75 Ralph, Goebel, samo 26.50 60.12 Thompson, C. II., labor 8.26 Taylor, Watt, tractor 6.00 11.00 Ezell, Ollie, hauling 43.64 Rough River Lumber Co., lbr, 8571 ; Johnson, J. S., . sills 18.00 Craig," C. A., labor 4.00 Thomas Bradley, sills ,,. . Clarence, labor , . T. Tlchonor. xu.vv nails miming .. innn 5.00 Ellis, W. E. & Bro tractor Tichenor, Worth, services etc 25.75 Rlo, C. S., team on road. . . . 6.00 " Taylor, Carl M., lbr., etc. . . . 41.34 Cobb, O. T Ellis, team 10.10 6.00 4.00 Rannoy, Chas., sills etc 116.29 IWhltehouso, Bon, labor 20.00 Chapman, 3.00 iwsaiuaur, Aiueri, samo Tinsloy, W. S., election comr. 1.40 Davis, J. II., member B. of 3.00 Rentoro, Audio, hauling Westerfleld, Clarence, team . Foreman, S. W., use of 8.00 Knott. A. L.. nails TtBlianor, Worth, salary . . . 900.00 9.00 Super 13.50 scraper 4.00 Renfrow, Wllllo, labor 1.12 Wilson, Herman, hauling . . , 8.00 Knott, W. a, labor WJlion, Blackmlthlng Co. reKnott, Corbet, driving tractor 15.00 13.50 Foreman, Sam, same Mfg., Co, Grador .63 Woods, J. II., committeo. . 20.00 Russell 1.85 Denuls, T, C, same pairs 28.09 Foroman, Wllllo, labor . . . groders 3.00 Woodruff. P. N. & Co., black3.00 Daugherty, Gertie, cash . . . 480.10 Koown, C. P., Prom. Ins., ., 200.00 nvlls, Joo, labor 60.00 7.00 Funk, Ebb., team smlthing 16.40 Rowo, G. W., committeo 4.00 10.00 Daugherty, W. C, team etc 4.50 Samo, samo "7h1, J. H., committee . . King 6.00 3.Q.0 Same, per diem . . . . 9.00 Funk, Ira, D., same 4.00 Whlttaker, Q. C, hauling. . . . 29.22 Same, per diem 3.00 Kirk, Dudd, labor B., lumber t Toils, J. 5.00 2.00 Fulkerson, Alvls, samo 117.90 Rhoads, W. II., com'r 3.00 York. J. B., lumber etc 3.00 Same, A. M hauling 850.00 Davis, J. II.. labor F.nab. Alnck. salary 21.25 snmo 4.00 Fulkerson.L. D lumber , , . 3.00 Stevens, R. F., lumber 40.80 Blankenship, W. C, por diem. 8.00 84.00 Davis, Floyd, same tiohtiy. H. L.. lumber 8.90 9.00 Gray, Davo, hauling 3.00 Stovons, R. Jr, labor 4.00 Brown, Q. B., per diem 21.00 Hurt. W. L., dynamlto 10.00 Dean, W. 8., per dlom Hubert, labor Ashhv 6 00 Leach, B hauling England, Ray, labor ....'. 1.50 Greer, W. J., same 3.00 Smith, Dr. J, L oxamlnlng 12,00 Dean, W. S., same Dr. C. It,, examinBannett. 4.00 46.00 Gardner, Aye, labor lunacy 3.00 2.00 Daugherty, W. Csamo ., . . . 3.00 Lauham, J. R., hauling ,. 3.00 Fulkerson, L. D., lumber . . . ing lunaoy 2.50 OlUlm, 75.60 Glllesplo Bros., B. Smithing Swain, C. M., B. Smithing , . 25,80 Lolsuro, R. A., samo 61.80 Ky. Children's Homo Socie.. 42.65 GillespieM. B., samo otc Brtleher, S. A., services 17.0 llros. B. Smithing ty, donation 9.05 Gilliam, M. E labor . ,., . 150.00 Swain, R. I., labor 18.50 1.50 M,oxloy, C. S surveying . . . L., labor 15.00 Gravw, B. F., road )rMU. J. 3,00 200.00 Hamilton, Ed., sills 3.00 Sharp, Jim, hauling 5.50 Rico, B.F., per dom . . 28.25 Murphy, Loo., team 55 row n. Q I)., oonunltlQe , . . 6.00 itohttlmar, Lon, labor bod.. ' " 26.50 6.00 Hoovor, L. C .labor 3.00 Stewart, G. J lumbor 43.7C Rhoads, B. C, samo .. 76.30 Miller. J. E. hauling 3.00 Ilkrl. Willie, lumbar &B1. iwr dlein 10.J0 3.00 Smith. A, 0., nulls sins? Hoagland, Dennis, samo 5.00 Shown, Ed., samo . . . 2.05 Miller, Leo, lumbor Kaajmtt, J. P., toou . ... Hoover, G. J., uidso . (Continued ou 3rd p"ago.) 5,00 .'Smith, Charlie, services 124.50 30.00 Arnold, Alvey, hauling 8.J0 Ilobbs, II. F road bed ing evidence . .' Acton Bros., mdse .Samo, nails etc Same, indso Arnold, Clnrenco bridge llir. $ 137.50 Bnlzc, Noah, road bed Blankenship, W. C, services Adams, J. D. & Co. grader 9.40 Same, settling with Sheriff re pa Ira 7.80 Samo, per diem Ashby, Dale, team on road . . 25.00 Barnard, L. T hauling etc . Ashby, T. C, sills etc 12.00 Carson, U. S., dynamite etc Allen. Ira, bridge lbr Chlnn, A. S., lumber Anderson, Blrtllo W., report, .... .... ... ... 30.00 12.30 3.00 31.36 3.90 208.02 150.00 74.95 14.95 32.50 10.60 770.00 118.00 17.00 .... 10.00 151.62 25.00 3.00 10.00 10.15 29.97 4.00 144.68 3.00 .... Co., gas etc Hamilton, labor Johnson, Bnrnlo, team . . Alpha, samo King, team Kirk, Will, dynnmlto Llndley, Nnt, member B. of Supervisors Loulsvillo Chemical Co mdso Loach, R. P., road bod Likens & Loach, gasollno etc Lake, Dr. Wlllard. medical services McDowell, Coeslo, lumbor . . Matthews, y. A., momber B. of Super Maxey, C. I., same Mlllor, T. S., sama Magan, J. C, team Miller, Leo P., samo Miller, J. II., samo Magan, Bert, samo etc Miller, C. E., lumber Moxley, C. S., surveying Masobcup, Dr. W. T. ex. lunacy Martin, Clovis, lumbor MInton, Henry, samo. . Oliver Typewriter Co., type- Hartford Motor 51.59 4.00 12 50 Tiiirr i I iMluM ill in .... .... 12.50 4.00 10.70 13.50 7.50 10.00 77.13 i 8,00 278.76 13.50 13.50 17.50 12.50 17.50 17.50 13.50 235.50 12.00 THE UNIVERSAL CAR ...... .... .... ...... ! 0 "'i ....... 1 1 o" .... ....... ..... .... .... .... .... '9 1 m BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY I I I ' ........ " .... .... .... ... .... .... .... ri.i, j .... .... .... I .... .- ' ... .... rn .... .... .... ... ... .... .... , .... ... .... .... .... .... " .... ... .... ... .... C J r .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... .... ..., .... .... ... I .... .... .... .... ...... ....... J .... .... .... "" .... ............. ....... ..... .... .... .... ... .... ....... .... .... .... ...... .... .... ........ ....... ... n y. -- , I FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued from 2nd pago) Mlnton, Hnrdln, same. 24.00 McLean, W. B., hauling 2.S0 Masalo, J. L survoylng 8.00 Maddox, T. M., hauling . COO Mnddox, S. W., samo. . 11.50 Maxoy, J, J., labor etc 27.00 Minor, J. II., tllo 14.35 iuuior, Leo, samo . , . . 3.2G McKcnncy, Dr. J. O., ox lun- acy 6.00 National Rfg. Co., gas etc . . . 225.00 Ovorton, C. T. S., gasollno . . 3.C7 Ohio Co. Drug Co., wall paper 78.G0 Pulllam, W. M.v lumber 114.00 Porter, L. L team etc 18.00 D. M hnullng Park, 10.50 , Patton, J. L., labor 13.50 Raymor, E. L hauling 6,00 I). V., surveying nice, 9.00 per diem Samo, 3.00 Samo, Committee 6.00 Rico, Forest, team 12.00 ItiiBsoll Grader Co,, grader etc 25G.0G Rough Hlver lumber Co., gns etc 110.50 Ilcncer, Randall, labor 4.50 Render, Robert, samo 14.40 Rendor, Herman, Bnmo 127.00 Rogers, Eugono, samo 2.00 Rhoads, I). C, surveying 10.00 a amo, per uiuni d.uu T Samo, team etc 23.00 2.110 V 1.l,n. nian 8.00 Rhoads, Dutler, surveying 6.85 Ray, 0. W., road bed 6.80 Renfrow & Co,, mdso. . 25.00 nice, Forest, team ' 13.00 Robinson, Alfred, team 12,0 r Rlco- - B p-- . commltteo 0,,I 12.00 a in' Rhoads, Arthur, labor 3.uu Samo, per diem 6.00 o..u, iuuuuu, uuino Rhoads, Soth, team . . vcion 12.40 Railoy, C E labor 15.00 Same, uros., paini etc Rhoads. Dutler, labor 59.10 Renfrow, J. C., samo 4.50 Samo, samo Rowc, O. W., commltteo nails etc 13.45 Romans, Lon., labor 3.00 Samo, per diem 12.00 Renfrow, Melvin, snmo 2.50 illlen, Clifford, labor Stevens, Otis, hauling 20.00 Renfrow, Audie, same 6.00 Asklns, Lon., team Smith Dros., sills 10. nn Roberts, Murray, lumbor 4.50 A. c. A dock Stevens, Flom, labor 2.r,n Rhoads Seth, labor Anderson. 52.50 Anderson A. K.. liverv Stevens, R. J samo Blrdlo, reporting ev. 105.00 Rhoads, Butler, sills 10.00 Sullivan, Orb., labor 3.80 Rlcheson, S. L., labor 17.45 Albln, T. A., blacksmithing Swain, R. I., gas etc Howls, 10.00 Simpson, Ura, same Simpson, Ura, labor 9.50 Uennett,J. W., hauling W. P.. nails 13.75 Simpson, Dowey, same 6.25 Stowart, VJrge, nails w. 6.00 Swain. C. M D. Smithing.. Simpson. Dowoy, labor 10.00 urown,per u.ucommiuco dlom 3.00 Swain, R. I., same 7.98 Same, Shlolds, Wllllo, lumber XV llHIllmria UUillEll, o. 1 II031UKO rrn,lt 2.00 Smith, C. A., scraper ! 5.20 Blnnkenshlp, W. C, services . 217.18 stovons. Leslie, labor Smith, Duddio, tllo Samo, samo 262.80 StevcnB, R. J., samo Smith, Charloy, services 107.50 Same, 9.001 Shown, Henry, labor Per diem 3.00 Smith. Dr. J. L., ex. lunacy.. 17.50 Stanley & Williams, tractor 3.00 Bartlctt, Ernest, lumber . . Shown, Ed., per diem 02.75 Stevens, R. F lumbor Taylor, W. D., hauling 7.50 Bollamy, J. A., same etc . 3.00 Stevens, Leslie, labor Taylor, P., surveying 8.00 Bonn, Dr. L. D ex lunacy iican, Dr. J. S., same 3.00 Stevons, R. J same 16.00 Bishop, Henry, Tlchonor, Worth, services team 11.00 Swain, C. M., blncksmithing. 5 1.00 Taul, C. D., team Ulack, T. Taylor, Olllc, team 16.00 Harnett, S.II T.( labor and team 400.00 jSwaln, R. I., samo books etc. 3.00 stono, Robert, labor G.0OTaylor, J. T., samo A. 42.70 Stevens, Ponrl, lumbor 92.56 Boswoll, L. DT , road bed Tanner, T. F., lumber Bonnet, labor 3.00 Stovons, Mrs. W. N., land 6.27 Williams, J. D., &. Son nails , labor Williams, J. R., trnctor uso 20.00 Birkhead, E. E., livery Hrntcher, S. A., services IjJ.uU Slmnsnn. Dnwev. R.imn Williams, Joe R., hauling . . . 3.00 Bradley & Gilbert Co., elec(Stewart. Virgil, same Wilson, Wllllo, labor etc... 104.-7, tion supplies 44.76 Sowers, Herbert, samo . 6.00 Whlto, Wood, samo Burden, E. D repairs on Smith, Chas., services Wilson, Fletch, samo 2.00 grador 6.00 Slimvn E,l.. Por TUpm . Ward, D. E., expenso vl6.24 Brown, J. B., labor 24.75 Scott, O. E., same 4 Wells, Coleman, ditcher . . . 5.00 Beaver Dam Mill Co.,otc 1.75 Thomas Bros., nails etc cinders 3.00 Westcrf Icld, Jesse, ln.bor 60.00 Taylor, J. W., lumber . Wade, Cicero, lumber 30.00 Casobler, J. F., dynamite 119.27 Tichenor. Byron, labor . , Wlgglnton, S. D., hauling . . . 68.25 Same, nails etc 15.00 Taylor, Thoo., lumber . 2.00 Chapman, Joo., labor Darnard, E. P. election officer 46.45 Tichenor, Worth, labor . Koown, C. P., samo . 2.00 Coopor, Arch, lumber etc .. 1.05 Samo, waiting on court. Ellis, S. II , samo 2.00 Casobler, J. F., fuse etc Gillespie, R. IT,, samo . .. .. 2.00 Cooper Coal Co., coal ...."370.40 Tate, M. M., hauling . . . 2.00 Dean, W. S., committee etc 23.92 Tichenor, Worth, services Iiarnett. S. T., samo 9.00 Thomas Bros., nails 2.00 Same, per diem Park, W. II., samo 15. lb Treas, Hancock Co., lumber 2.00 Samo, cash etc Dean, J. E., samo Martin, O. C, samo 2.00 Daugherty, W. C, labor etc . 28.00 Taylor, W. C. same 9.00 Taylor, G. W. samo Uennott, E. L , samo 2. SO Same, per diem 51.55 Taylor, Chas., labor TInsley, O. R., same 2.80 Same, labor, team etc 16.40 TInsley, W. S. election com'r. 2,00 Durham, S. L., labor Carson, W. R., samd 2.00 Tucker, G. T. road bed . . . 2.00 Durham, C,. samo Datrd, H. A., same Davis, .Tna. T., same 3.00 Duncan, Chas., lumber- . . . 2S.27 TaIor, S. M., same 7.50 Warn lea, Lloyd, hauling Murphy, A. G., samo 3.60 Daniel, T M.. labor .'.8.00 .wedding, J. T,, samo 2:00 Daugherty, J. F., hnullng . . . Cot, Albert, samo 3.0Q Williams, J. D & Son, nails MltchM, J. E., samo 2.00 Daughorty, P. F., same 212.50 Wado, Cicero, hauling . . , . . Miller, Lee P., samo 4.40 Duncan, Fllo, lumber 4.00 Williams &. Duke, paint etc. . 4.40 Duko, E. F., nails Modcnlf, T. II. election offlcor 15.00 Woodruff P. N., & Co., black- Muffett, J. W., samo 2.00 Daniel, Frank, labor 8.00 smithing 2.00 Embry, Willie, samo Taul. W. A., samo 50 Wilson, Dan., uso of grader. . Coopor, Isanc, samo 3.90 Everly, Chas., nails 8.00 Wilson, Fletch, team . . .'. . Stovons, S. L.,same 3.90 Easton, Dink, team etc ". . . 1C.50 Wilson, Thos T tolts. otc. . Keown, N. H samo 2.00 Everly, Sam, labor 4.00 York, M T., blacksmithing Taylor, S. C, samo 2.00 Embry. Willie, same Taylor, II L., same 4.50 Ellis. W. E. & Bro., tractor. . C2.50 York, M. C, samo 10.00 Blrfnkenshlp, W. C, por diem. 4. GO Foreman, Win., timber Elliott, C. L., samo 115.3C, Boaver Dam Pig. M. Co., lumDorrymnn, J. N., same 2.00 Faught, H., samo 10JIO ber otc 2.00 Ford Clarence, Bllls.otc Denton, Q. M, same 1.40 Samo, interest 4.00 uuiespto iiroa, uiacKsmuning Carter, J. T., same 4.00 .Brown, Q. B., per diem 4.00 Goff, Denmor, labor Fulkorson, S. L samo . . . 5,00 Dean. W. S., samo Hoyden, L G., samo 2.00 Gllllm, M. E., repairing.... 2.00 Hoover, F. SI., tools etc . . . 182.34 Daugherty, W. C, same Woodburn, E. C. samo 4.20 'Samo. Interest 4.00 Hocker, Rny, labor Wilson, Ernest, samo 9.00 Rhoads, D, C, per diem Maddox, W. II., samo 4.00 Hunter, T. G., samo Rowo, G. W., same Williams, Layton, samo 2.00 Holbrook. II. T 20,000 ft., 700.00 Rico, B. F., same lumbor Ross, A. H samo 2.00 Langfort, W. I., samo 4.40 Hoovor, F. M., dynnmlto etc. 460.70 Shown, Ed., samo 2.30 Scott, O. E., samo 4.40 Hoover, Hardin blacksmithing Drako, Virgo, samo Rannoy, C. W samo 2.00 Hongland, Dennis, nails etc . 15.00 Black, .Frank, Election officer 20.00 Barnard, E P., samo 2.00 Hlnos, A labor Crowder, II. C, samo 6.00 V.U111UO, UCDI1U, oauiD 4.40 Harper, Will, team Christian, G. J samo 9.90 Crowo, C. M., same 4.40 Hunter, T. G labor Geary, V. C, samo 88.70 Barnett, S. T., same 2.00 Hartford Print Co., printing Geary, W, R., same 86.32 Boan, J. E., same 2.00 Harder, Fred, lumber etc . . . Crowder, M. D samo 20.00 Robertson, E. G., same 3.95 Hudson, Chester, labor Railoy, C. E., same 2.00 Hudson, Ernest, samo v. . . 16.00 Martin, O, C, samo Monroe, J. D samo for Sandofur, J. W., samo 2,00 Hazolwood Sanltorium, Schroadcr, M. 0. samo 1 50.00 TInsley, O. R., same ....... Carl Stewart 3.95 Thompson, C. H., same Carson, W. R., same . ,J, . . . 2.80 Highway Iron Pro. Co., culTaylor, W. D samo 1462,25 Westerfleld,, Dudley, same. . . verts ...v Dlankenshlp, J. J, same 2.80 . 8.30 Dean, W. S., same 2.00 Hoover, F. M plows etc Smith, Ellis, same 12.00 McDowell, S. P., same 2.00 Hultz, Torn, labor Park, J. A. C, same 20.00 Acton, H. C, same 2.80 Hardlstor, Tom, toam Coleman, R. P., samo 7.40 Mitchell, J. E., same II., fuse etc 2.80 Hlnton, King, J. A., samo 15.00 Miller, Lee P., same 2.00 Hawkins, Lee, hauling Tlchonor, J. "A., samo 2. BO Medcalf, T. H same 2.00 ITnrffnnl TTnrnlri. iwlvt. . . . Hodges, C. P., election officer 3.00 Hartford Motor Co., oils etc 84.17.' Magan, J. C same Render, E. F., samo 16.0Q Taul, W. A., Bamo 3.00 Igloneart, C II.. hauling . . Rogers, E. P., samo Stevens, SIIbb, same 2.00 International v Coating Co Beck, R. P., same 55.00 Shields, Warren, same for paint 2.00 Smith, A. M., same , 3.15 Johnson, George hauling . . . 27.00 Taylor, S. C, same .. Williams, A. J., samo 6.00 Coopor, Isaac game 3.15 Jewell, J. E., sills Bean, W. H samo 3.15 Benton, J. M.t same 2.00 Jones, Ev R groase etc . . Plummor, Robert, same . . . , 6.90 Borryman, J, N samo 2.00 Johnston. R. W.. B. smithing Brown, Estill, samo 3.90 Knott, Corbet, labor Kittinger. O. T samo i. . 83.20 Whltcscarver, H samo 38.50 Moore, J. L., samo 3.90 Same, samo Addlngton, W. M., samo 38.01 Carter, J. T., same 2.00 Kirk, W. L dynamite etc Boone, Fred, same 7.50 Brown, Aledore, same 2.00 Kirk, A. M., labor Iglohart, Clinton, samo 5,20 Keown, Jim, road bed . . . . 36.00 Robertson, S. D., same Kesslngor, S. F.( same 6.20 Kesslngor, Cleotus, labor . . . 11.00 Woodburn, E. C, samo Smith, A. F., samo 8.00 Harrell, Ray, same 2.00 Kesslnger, B labor Park, Will, samo 2.00 Keown, O. P., bal. on Ins. . 20.00 Maples, S. O., same Canary, R. B., samo , 5.00 Curtis, Ernie, same 5.20 King, John, labor Koown, W. T samo 2.50 Bratcher, N. II,, same 5.20 Leisure, Ethel,- - hauling Reynolds, J. M., samo 8.00 Howard, D. C, same 2.00 Lake, Frank, samo Pierce, W. R., samo , 2.00 Likens and Leach, gas etc. . . 87.02 Hatler, J. "M., samo Howard. D. N.. samo 3.50 Rannoy, C. W., same 5.60 Same--, samo Phillips, S. L same 2.62 Langford, Everett, same 5.60 Loyal Bros,, books Haynes, U. C, samo 8.60 Christian, G. J., same 2.00 Lyons & Co., dynamite etc . . . Reynolds, F. M., same 24.00 Alford, P. H same 2.00 Mlnton, Henry, lumber Phillips, W. H., samo i Crowder, Miles, same 0.00 McIIenry Much. & Mfg. Co., Davison, Chas., samo , 4.50 'Hoover, G. J same ropalrs , , , 6.00 Dowoll, Rufus, same 9.62 'Alford, Andy, same 2.00 Mosoloy, Ira, lumbor '. Walker, C. II., samo 12.00 .Ralley, Clarence, same 2.00 Martin, Emmltt, labor Pollard, Grant, samo 5,20 Modcalf, Martha, road bed , . 20.00 Ragland, T. A., same Miller, J. E., samo 5.20 Mitchell & Sons, dynamite etc 23.10 Embry, L. L., same Crawford, L. C, samo . 7,50 Taylor, W. B., same 2.00 Mtdklff. Buel. sills Felix, II. T., samo . 49.20 Williams, O. W samo ....... 2.00 'Mosoley. R. 0., labor Patterson, M. S., samo 368.70 Reed, B. O., samo 3.60 Miller, J. E.. labor Cundiff. R. R., same . . 9.00 Smith, Ellis, same 3.60 Moseloy, R. C, labor Blair, W. P., same .. 11.23 Coleman, R. P., samo 2.00 Moxley, C. S surveying Mason, E. B samo , . . 4.55 Hodges, C. P., same 2.00 Mldklff & Glllem, nails Magan. O. C, samo 101.90 Keown, G. W same 3.90 Nave, R. E., lumbor Fatton, Clarence, samo .... .... .... .... 8app, C. C, election offlcor. Moseloy, Iris, samo Daniel, Honry, samo . i . . . . Hiiavor, L,. u., samo f i iioiurooKs, u. s., samo tt Tanonr, T. P., samo t Shaver, L. G.. samo t Fulkerson, Alvls, samo Ainduox, II. T., same ., Everly, C. I) samo Wood, Jan. II., samo Tlchonor, A. B., samo Rendor, Iris, samo Rvorloy, L. E., samo lull, T, A., samo Wcstorflold, II. II., same . Whltohouse, J. T same Shultz, J. T Bamo . . . . unrtor, u. u., samo Patton, J. L samo Edge, Sam, samo Qreor, J, A same Rnlph, J, 11., same , . . Donnls, T. C, samo . . . Patterson, Albort, same Shepherd, J. T.. samo into, T. J., samo Ilurdctte.-.0- . T., samo Miller, Irge, samo inyior, u. J., samo Huff, J, S., samo . . . Evans, Stovo, samo . Howell, O. B., samo . . Swift, S. C, uamo .. Arnold. J. W., samo . Park, D. M., samo . Stewart, Dl II., same Southard, J, T., samo Kirtloy, E. B samo iirown, u. m. samo Allen, E., labor Ambrose, J. II., lumber .... i .... 3.00 Morris, EnrI, labor 2.00 Nntn'I. Rifg. Co., gas 2.00 Oiler, Andy, labor 3.40 Owen, Lon., lumber 3.40 Ohio County Drug Co., paint 2.00 Same, drugs 2.00 Overton, C. T. 9., gas 3.80 Orr, Leo, lumber 3.80 Ohio County Drug Co., pal.it 2.00 Phegley, Owen, labor 2.00 Pato, A. E., brakj l!n 3.90 Porter, A. C, copy record . . 3.90 Pendleton Dr. E. 1). ox lunacy 2.00 Phogloy, Owen, labor 2.00 Powers, Leslie, team 4.40 Rogers, Eugene, labor 4.40 Rowo, A. D., lumber . . . 2.00 Rendor, Robert, team . . . 2.00 Rondcr, Herman, labor . F , labor otc 4.60 RIce.-E- . 4.50 Ual ley, Rowan, labor . 2.00 Reagon, S. M files etc. 2.00 Rhoads, I), C labor 3.80 Samo, per diem 3.80 Samo, commlttco etc z.uu iwiunus, nuncr lauor 2.00 . Raymond, Jno labor 6.00 Rhonda. Soth, hnullng 6.00 Rhoads, Arthur, labor a r, 2.00 mint- - , n . .&. nf, 0.1 t..nn.. 1U11UV.. ..1.1.J Jt 2.00 Rains, Dr. N. J., samo 5.40 Rough River lumber Co. saw ing etc 5.40 2.00 Render, Robert, team 1n AM1ah TTa m 2.00 2.80 Rowo, Paul, team . . 3.50 Rowe, G. W., committee otc. 3.50 Snmn. nir rllem 2.00 Reynolds. Millard, lumbor ....... .... .... .... Jh 1J ......: T7 1 .... ......... ...... .... ... , .... .... .... J l.UU-Rnntn- v ! .... ... .... .... .... - to .... .... .... r.... .... .... ,.., .... .... .... ....... .... .... .... ...... , ... ...... a .... .... .... ...... ....... ...... ....... .... .... .... .... ....... ....... .... ...... .... .,.,... ...... .... ...... .... .... ........ .... ...... ....... ...... ..... 2.00 Drown, Ed., lumber 70.00 Patton, J. II., toam 11M& 3i00 Dakar, Ed., road bed 75.00 Riley, Dr. A. H.,jx. lunacies j.00 Cooper Coal Co., coal 3. 00, 84.00 Renfrow, Audio, lnbor 20.25 2.00 Crowe, George, teams 7.50 Renfrow, Homor, labor 2.00 'U00K, J. L sills 3.00 Royal, I. C, labor etc 60.00- 3.16 Samo, road bed . 100.00 Rice, D. F., commlttco.... 15.00 3.15 Christian, J. M., lumber 11.52 Samo, per dlom g.oa Ulshop, O. M samo . 2.00 Crumes, O. W team 4.00 Rico, E. F., sllln, etc .?r uoss, Alvln, samo . . 2.00 Combs, William, labor . . . 2.00 Rico, Q. E., labor i.uO Iglehnrt Clinton, samo 3.90 Crowder, Tom, grading . 108.60 Richard Hros , nails 43.701 Franco Alonzo, samo . . 3.90 .'Canary, R. D., labor . 186.30 juvor sand & Gravel Co., sand Klttingor, O. T samo . . 2.00 Crowe, S. F.. samo . . . 32.00 and grnvel - VIUHX uoss morion, samo . . 2.00 Casebler, J. P., tools etc 231.00 Roach, Chester, grading 7.0 Aianowe, u samo 5.20 Samo, dynamite etc. . . . 38.55 Render, Herman, labor etc. . . I2.SO Koown, I. II., gamo 5.20 Chlnn, A. S., grading . . 79.73 Rockport Coal Co.. dvnamito. 13,40 Hhle,, Ira, same . . 2.00'Uarson & Co., mdso 219.04 Richardson, B, E., lumber. . . IZ50 Rico, D. P.. same . uoopor, T. E ro districting I 2.00 8.00 Rogers, Roo, lnbor 3.00 Reynolds. J. M.. samo 5.20 Clarke, J. I., labor 10.00 Rhoads, Seth, labor 3T.50 Whlttinghlll, T. J samo 5.20 Curtis, Will, sills 9.00 Raymond, John, hauling . . . 14.0 01 t oru, j. a samo 2.00 Chllders, J. T teams . . . 4 . . 72.00 Ralph, Jack, nails .ZjtlO Cheek, J. P., samo A, f.. Rhoads, B. 2 00 Priiiun Vln.nnt ....,. .u.v v, , HIVVU1, O.llUU 3. . . 41.UU C, commltteo etc 2.7.00. uoumson, Jno., same 5.60 Chapman, J. M., labor etc on Same, per diem 3LQft Dowell, Rufus, samo road 5.60 20.00 Renfrow, P. & Co., dynnml J)3 Whlttlnghlll, C. T., same 2.00 Duncan, Frank, road bed . 30.00 Renfrow, W. II., lnbor . . . S3.IO Petty, Oscar, samo 2.00 Duke, Frank, sills 9.80 Roach, Chester, samo 43.50 iz.uo ' uciiamy, j. a., samo 6.00 Daugherty, George, labor 3.00 Stevens, Tom, labor 3.00 13.00 Haynos, W. II.. samo 6.00 Daugherty, W. C, team etc 36.50 Rowo, O. W commlttco. . . . 9.0O14.00 Phillips, W. II., samo 2.00 Same, per dlom 9.00 Sarin;, per diem 9.00" 6.00 Phillips, J. W., same 2.00 Daugherty, Harvey, team ... 5.00 Rough River Lumber Co.. ii.uu .Miner, j. b samo 5.20 Duncan, FIlo, lumber 80.94 lumber u3.6B 3.00 Smith, Joo, samo 6.20 Daugherty, Gertlo, nails 5.00 Rogers, Dr. E. P., ex. lunacy C.00 rnuerson, m. a., samo 2.00 Daugherty, Caney, labor 15.30 Stone, Lafe, labor G.0O 110.18 Foilx, 11. T same 2.00 Daugherty, Verna, same 4.50 Standard Printing Co., hooka 120. 90 Bartlctt, R. D., samo . . 3.60 Duff, R. C samo 12.50 14.30 Security Mut. P & V Co., paint 17G.50 3.60 Dalton, Arthur, grading 54.05 Parrls, J. M., same . . 102.00 Schroadcr, A. L., road bed 2G.DO Magan, O. C, samo .. . 2.00 Dennis T. C, sills . . . 9,30 13.00 Swlfy, V. L., labor etc . 7.0 0 Hudson, C. D samo . . 2.00 Same, labor 13.10 234.00 Splnks, Estil labor 34.00- Moseloy, Ira, samo 3.90 Denton, Dr. L L., ex. lunacies 6.00 6.00 Stewart, V. A., samo . . . 9.8. 3.90 Dobruler, Georgo, labor.... 6.00 Daniel, Ed., same 9.00 Smith, Jako, sills 5.0O nr. en Mitchell, Roy, samo . . . . 2.00 Dorth, W. E., samo 59.50 Stevens, Jesse, labor 1G.00 Hamilton, Jno., samo . . 2.00 Dortch, J. B., same 100.00 143.50 Shields, W. II., lumber 7.BO 3.40 Davenport, A. J., ditching . . . 12.00 Sandefur, Jas., sills 25.00 Shaver L. B., same . . . 6.2K Holbrook, G. S., same. . 3.40 Davis, Jno., labor etc 12.00 19.00 Scott, O. E., sills etc 7.4G Tanner, T. F., samo . . 9.0O 2.00 Davis, Floyd, same 3.00 Samo, per diem 9.oo Condit, U. S., same . . C.OO 2.00 Davis, Arthur, team 8.00 Same, commltteo etc 42.00 Fulkorson, Alvis, samo 3.80 Dean, W. S., committee 24.00 Stanley & Williams, gradlncr 2a.70 8.00 3.80 Same, repairs 20. SI Smith, Jesso, labor , 16.00 Maddox, II. T., samo 2.50 n nn St. Clair Refg. Co., rllam Wood, John, samo . . . 2.00 'Knmn nof 26.00 oil 4t3.30 Holsey, D. R samo . . . 2.00 Dever, W. H., labor .!.!!!.' 27.50 Smith, Charlie, 28.00 3rvlces, .. 1G7.50- 3.90 Duff, Ollie, team 22.50 Swaln, R. I gas 48.00 Nail, J. N., same . . . . . X4.946 Llndley, Nat, same . .. . 3.90 Duff, Otis, same 5.00 Southard, Grover, hauling- -. 12.00 17.25 Hill, T. A., same 2.00 Dever, John samo 2.50 Schroader, Clem, same 10.00 2.50 2.00 Durham, Sam, same ;.. 10.00 Shull, W. D., labor 9.00 Tlchonor, A. B., samo . . "n.OC Shults, O. L., samo . . 4.40 Evans, Warren, samja etc. 14.20 Standard Oil Co., gasollno, 4.00 1G.20) 4.40 same, Owen, same 14.00 Sharp, Den, labor . . . 7.00 Willis, O. P., samo 34.00 Embry, Willie, same -- 2.00 70.00-S06.00 Sharp, S. F., lumber 18,15 Renfrow, J. B., samo.. C. samo . 1.60 Smiley, Willie, labor .. 2.00 Embry, Talton, nails t 1.50 i Carter, Raymond, John, samo .171 HI ?5.0O-104.50 Embry, Tin, labor etc 10.87 Sowers, Herbori, samo 4!so Howard, Willie, same . , 4.50 Ellis, W. E. & Bro., ties 3.25 Sapp, Mack, bamo . . . 19.00 Sapp, C, labor 2.00 Elliott. C. L.. labor C.OO 30.00 iuoseiey, u. u samo 2.00'Everly, Sam, same '10.50 Sapp, C. C, tlsam 27.00- 12.60 Qreor, J. A., same ugo, .Mike, same 3.80 16. 00 Smith, J, II., stone etc r.ao 229.02 uonnis. T. u.. samn 3. SO Ford, Fanny, team 4.00 Smith, T. A., road bed 53.49 French, W. IL.amo . . 50 00-2.00 Farmer, Grover, lumber etc. 18.10 Swain, C. M., account 3.00 cuu, j. u., auiiiu . a.ou Stevens, B., labor . 2.00 Felix, L. B.. labor 51.50 Shepherd, J. T., samo C. E., same C.OO Fordsvillo Pig. M. Co., booths 32.00 Smith. Jako. timber 11.30 Taylor, 9S.97 6.00 Faught, H. lumbor etc .i.nre 261.50 TInsley, Jno., hauling 1.50 Howe, Abe, same . . . 2.00 Fulkerson, L. D., same C.OO Modcalf, Grant, same 75S.25 Thomas, Bros., nails 2:5. 05 a.OO'FIeldon, Jim, labor S.12 Taylor, Dr. J W ex. lunacy 6.001 9.00 Taylor, L. J same . 5.40 Froman, S. W., lumber 69.75 Taylur, Walter, labor . . . 50.00 uook, s. w same 22.50 5.40 Grant, Lud, hauling 25.00 Tally, J. W., hauling 4.50 8.00 Arnold, J. W., samo 2.00 Gillespie Bros., blacksm'lth- Taylor, H. A., labor etc.... 28.0O 7.00 Jones, Ira, same ing , 2.00 43.80 Trogden, Ben, labor 4,00 Howell, O. B., same j. S.0O 2.80 Green, W. A., lumber 30.00 Taylor, Ollie, team 23.0O4,00 Allen, F. O., samo .. 'Stowart, J. H same 2.SD Gray, Dave, hauling 4.00 Taylor, F., nails 11.40i 175.00 2.00 Gabbert. E. F., nails 2.23 Tichenor, Worth, services to.SK. 9,00 t"Oney, u. is., same 6.0T) pa"k, Mlltan, same 2.00 Grant, Lafe, labor 19.45 Same, labor etc 53 0O 3.50 Goff, Y. W., labor 33.70 Wilson, Jno., labor 7.0O' 9.00 Lrowe, E. H same 3.50 Hoover, M. E., road bed.. .". . 25.00 Wilson, Dan., use of ditcher 4.00 40.95 Stowart, B. H., samo 2.00 Hamilton, Ed., team . .' 2.00) 5.00 Same, same . 225 Drown, C. M., same 2.00 Hoover, L. C, sills isioo KIrtley, Ed., samo 11.00 Wilson, C. R. , lumber 136.0O. 5.00 1250 Keown, C. P., election officer' 2.00 Hartford Print Co., printing 374.64 Wilson, Clab, team c!o0 Taylor, P. B., same 2.00 Hartford Motor Co., gas etc . J69.61 Warren, W. L., lumber 5G.0O 2.00 Hlnes, T. II., grading 24.00 White, Wood, labor 2.00 9.00 Wilson, Jno. B., samo 3o!50 Johnson, George, same 2.00 Haycraft, Jesse, labor 2.00 Wright, G. T lumbor 23.80 3.60 Ilines, T. H tlsam 16.00 Wilson, II. & Co., books 4.C8L 9.45 Park, W." A.) same 3. GO Howard, Estil, sills 28.70 Woodruff B. SmithlnE Co.. la- 31.00 - Duke, R. A., same R "1 2.00 Hultz, G. W., same 12.00 11,00- Cox, Albert, same bor 2.00 Herald, S- - F., labor 9.00 White. Newt, same 13,95 Davis, Jas. T., same 15.00 4.00 Hazelrig, Guy, same 6.00 Williams, J. D., & Son, repairs 13.SC 18.00 Maddox, W. II., samo . 4.00 Holbrooks, G. S., same 3.50 Same, labor with tohms . . . 77.95 20.00 Ross, A. H., same , 2.00 Holbrook, H. T., lumber 37.01 Wilson, Jno. B., redlstricting: 5.0O. 150,00 Miles, John II., same-2.00 Hocker, J. A., straw 6.00 Wilson, building 100.00 Hunloy, Norton, same Elmer 3.20 Hagerman, J. Y., hauling . . . 6.00 bridge 5.00 Greer, O. R., same 22.52 3.20 Hartford Herald, .advertising 24.25 Warden. Joe. tile, laying... G.Ott 5.00 Taylor, C. S., samo .". 2.00 Heavrjn, M. L., redlstricting. 5.00 Westerfleld, H. II., tractor C0.0O 6.60 Barrass, N. S., same . 2.00 Holder, A. "W., labor 71.74 Wright, Claud, sills 6,00 Roach, E. M., same 5.00 5.20 Hoover, F. M., road tools . . . 25. 20 Wade-- , C. R., team 12.5C 4.40 Canary. R. B., same . 5.20 Man, nuns, nauung Etci.T. 112.08 "'Usnn Tno. B plans etc . 13.17 tiowaru, u. in., same . 2.00 iSaine, tearietc. 053.27 Ward, Herbert, labor SO.OOi 9.25 Smith, A. E., same . . 2.00 Huff. Jess, dumber ,. h. 56.6S Whitehead, J. It., labor otc. . I8.00 3.50 I'arK, wm., same , 3.95 Hicks? Silas, hauling .. 2.00 Whitehead, W. C, labor 18.00 8.00 Hatler, W. W., same . . 3.95 Hohelmer, Lon, labor, 5,00 Whayne Supply Co, rent on 1.S5 Goff, Robert, samo . . 2.00 Hardcster, Tom, team 12:60 G.20 Raines, R. II., same . Cement mixer 200.00 Hickey, G. R.. labor . . . 45.50 Wilson .Nlmrod, road bed .. 15.0O 9.00 Baize, Henry, same . . Iglehart, J, H labor 31.00 York, J. B., labor C.OO Ashby, W. P., samo . . . 147.50. Ross, J. M., same . . . Johnson, Homer, same 24.52 Same, lumbor ? luu.1T , Jarrl-sCalvert, E. L., same 45,92 J. A., sills etc . Jones, John, labor 99.00 $6C,683.65 Total 66.66 Roneer, "J. A., same 2 Johnson, Virgil, dynamite . . 16.10 COO ' Albln, T. A., blacksmithing List"of claims allowed- - at ttip! Albln, Arils, 5 n'nn Johnson, Barnle, hauling . . . 37.50 regular session of the Ohio Countylabor .. 5.00 Fiscal Court, for teams plowing and: 6.00 Arnoiu, u. v lauor eic .. auu.uu Johnson, Arch, labor.-.-."-4.00 Johnson, Ivan, samo 7.50 etc., on roads year 1920. 66.66 Autry, Sylvester, team 15.52 Johnson, C. C, same 7.60 Knst nntl West Hartford Precinct C.OO Allen, Roma, labor Albln, Birch, same 15.37 Johnson, Jno., labor 15,00 i C.OO No. X nntl S. same 22.27 Keown, N. H., same 7.50 Allen. Walter, 1 C.OO Austin, A. L days with 3.00 Kitchens, W. H., same 143.50 I 6.00 Albln, J. B bridge timber. . $ 3.0Oteam 34.20 Kirtiey, Ed., same 5.00 Allen, James, 1, same c:oo Albln, Earlis, labor 2.00 , 378.70 15.00 Kirk, W. L lumber 2.00 Albln, L. M same 3.0OT. L., 1 same.. 3.00 Knott, A. L., labor 35.00 Anderson,same 2,00 Albln, Floyd, samo 4.0OSame,. 2 27.00 Allen, Walter,. 4 same 2.00 Allen, Dr. Oscar, labor . ., . . 97'.50 Kesslnger, Virgil, team 8.00 4.00 Kelley, C. A., lumber 36.96 Allen, James, 1 2.00 Amos, A, B hauling same 3.0O Kirk, A. D office rent..., 60.00 Berryman, A. F., 2 san3.'... 4.00 2.00 Anderson, Birdie, reporting ., 15.00 Livermore, Hdw. Co., dyna evidence 2.00 1 samo... . 3.0O- bO.OO 38.45 Bozarth, Claton, mite etc 2.00 Allen, J. 1, labor . , Bolton, Omar, same.... l.OG a 2 00 Langfort, Will, teanr 24.50 2.00 A. C. A. storage 3.0O 1 samo... 19.65 Leach, II. B labor . . . . . . 20.0D Barnard, E. P., 1 same 2.80 Adklns, Vurdy, B. Smithing 2.0O- Barnard, Edgar, operating H. L 2(80 Ashby, 15.00 Black, E. C, 5 same Leach, S. D samli 10.00 102 50 Leach, Clay, same grader 3.00 Tlrnwn. .Inhn n.. 2 same i;ui 2.00 15.00 Leach, J. N., bld'g. levle.. .? 375.00 Brown, Marvin, 1 same 2.00 Akins, John, lumber 3W 27.00 Louisville Chern. Co paper etc 46.25 Raltzell, D. S., 1 3.60 Ashley, Morgan, team same.... 3.00 35.00 Leisure, W. L., road bed . . . 75.00 ( Brown, H. L., 3 same 3.60 Asklns, I. L labor etc 6.09 9.15 Lane, Cicero, lumber 2.00 Ashby, Lib, same 4.Q3 e. 2 samo J.uviTlnlilwIn. Will 17,27 Black, T. H., 1 same , 8.00 Lashbrooks, Arthur, same. . . 2.00 Ashby, Ulls, team 2.00 12.50 Buncer. Lawrence. 1 samo. . 2.0W 4.40 Austin, Harrison, road bed . 20.00 Lanham. J. E team 12.50 Bowling, Omar, 1 same 3.00 Lnnham, J. R., same 4.40 Bean. Dr. L. B., ex. lunacy. . .Js.uu' 12.50 Bennett, Ernest, 1 2.00 Lanham, J. R., labor 2.00 Bennett, Eli, sills samo.. ,3.0ft 93.90 Baughn, T. M. 1 2.00 Barnard, E. P., lumber etc. . 179.00 Likens &., Leach, gas etc., . . 5.00 samo. . . . 237.00 Burton, A. R., 6 same 12.0Q Same, same , 3.90 Bradley Gilbert etc. election ,.,... 304.04 Mooro, E., lumber 21,25 Coy, Boone, 2 same supplies , 3.90 4.00 2.50 Chlnn, Tom 2 .00 Blnnkenshlp, W. C, services 484.40 Moore, Finis, labor 3.00 same 9.00 Miller, J. W., hauling 28.00 Coppage, J. W., 3 same .00 Same, per diem C.0 c. ... 5.00 Miller, O. D sills 14.90 Crowder, C. E., 1 .60 Same, services 3.7S samls etc. 7.87 Moxley, C. S., surveying .. 29.75 Coppage, J. W 2 same . . . .50 Baize, Charlie, labor 4.00 16.00 Carter, WaKer, 4 same 5.00 Malen, Joe, labor .00 Brown, Hado, samo i. S.2 1.00 Moorman, C. H., lumber 16.00 Carter, A. A., Vt samo.... - 3.00 .00 Butler, Mrs. T. E., nails . 145.90 Cooper, D. W., 9.75 Medley & Slack, tires 2.00- 4.00 Bennett & Co., repairs etc. . . Bamo . . . . sJ, ' -- 2.00 4,00 Beaver Dam Pig. M. Co., tile 17.65 Mllligan, H. E grading . . . 418.76 Combs, Bert, 1 same 1539.15 Miller. A. B., labor 100.00 Cartor. J. W.. iyz same 2.00 Same, cement etc 3.0 16.15 Carson, U. S 2 "same 112.25 Mercer, W. S labor 4.'00 2.00 Same, election booths 26.00 Daniel. Roy. 1 samfo 11.20 Mitchell & Sons, dynamite.. 2.0Q 4.00 Bell, Joff, lumber 500.00 Morgan, C. w., labor le.uu Daniel, James, 2 same 4.00 Barnett. S. T., labor 4.00 27.00 Davis, Ben L., 1 2.00 Berryman, A. F., labor etc 16.50 Moseley, Ira, team 3.00 same. . . . : 40.80 Daniel, Jesse, 8, same 2.00 Bell, John, operating grador 35.00 McFernen, Eli, sills 17.00 6.00 Daniel, James, 1 4.40 Bratcher, S. A., ser. Sheriff 341.35 Medcalf, Leo, sills same... 3.0ft 4.00 Daniel, Lydla Ann, 1 4.40 Bennett, W. P.. nails, oil etc 28.38 Mldklff & Glllem, nails same. 3.00 11.25 Daniel, Roy, 2 same and grad- 2.00 Brown, Percy, driving tractor 229.61 Miller, A. B lumber 20.50 2.00 Benton Roy, operating grader 100.00 Maddox, II. T., labor 8.50 grading 12.00 Dabnoy, L. P., 4 same 16.00 Martin. N. E same 8.0O) 4.40 Brown, Archie, labor 100.00 Daugherty, N 1 29.40 Mitchell, Fred, road bod .. 4.40 Brown, Q. V., ropalrs etc 3.00 same. . 9.00 McIIenry Mfg. & Men Co., re2.00 Same, per diem 2. GO Daniel, Roy, 1 same etc 16.00 DelaiTey, Clyde, 3 same 8.00 pairs 2.00 Balz, R. F., hauling 6.00 8.85 Goff, J. P.. l same 3.95 Bartlett, Frank, sills etc. . . 14.00 Miller, T., hauling 2.00 32.40 Goff, V .W., 1 1.00 Natn'l. Refg. Co., oil 3.95 Baughn, S. A., labpr 3.00, same..... 83.68 Nntn'I. Dep. Bank, lumber . . 400.00 Samo. 1 samo.... 2.00 Doling, Frod, sawing 2.00 2.00 Bennett, Lorenza, road bed. . 25.00 Ohio County Drug Co., drugs 10.52 Goff. Jim, 1 3.00 samb ' 2.00 Overhultz, L. B., lumber . . . 42.00 Oriffln, J. B., IM same.... 2.80 Board, Estill, labor 3.00' 15.00 Oglesby, Herbert, "pulling 2.80 Brown, Lewis, sills Griffin, John, 6 same and 12.00 12.40 grader 2.00 Brown, C. P., lumber 14.00 sills '18.00 Overluilta, L. B., lumber .. 15.75 Goff, Jim, 1 4 same 'SlOO 2.00 Bishop, Henry, team 2.25 Goff. V, W.. V same.... J.UP 2.80 Bennett, Harve, road bed te 37.00 Pharris, Eskor, labor ....... 24.50 2.80 Bishop, Eden, pulling grader 12.00 Patton, J. L., team etc (Continued on 7th page.) 4.00 19.00 Porter, Will, hauling 2.00 Barnes, Volney, team 36.30 1.50 10.50 20.60 4.75 5.60 ls.cfo 12.40 3.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 16.00 25.00 2.50 9.76 7.60 110.15 av.yu 1.50 2.80 37.50 9.00 13.00 , I , , 8,00'Portor, J. M., same .Render, E. P., same James, Sam, samo Tlchonor, S. J., samo Hinim, win, samo . . Plummcr. Robert, samo Aahby, II. A., samo ...... .... .... cut .... ...... - , ( ..... J .... ....... J .... .... I .... . ... 0O-3.7-5 .... - ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... , , , , .... -- ..... .... - ' - -- .... - .... ..... ...... .... .... .... ...... ...... I Re-Pre- ...... .... ...... .... .... ....... ....' .... .... .... .... ... ... ..... .... r L i I 'fe Prft '- .. . - . - ...,.!. I positions, jno, noi ovua m u ihjiuuu-- , A.lmlnlatnllnn TTn.1 fliAOn ITOtlMn.T . STRAY STREAKS iiujiuiuoii iiuvmi &w..- men been lukewarm Republicans, oi porhapa at soma tlmo acting with the (Dy Fluko McFIuko,) Published Weekly by COMPANY Domocrats, they would likely bo in HARTFORD PRINTING better favor. Naturally tho mon who Incorporated lod tho fight through tho campaign This past week of snow and slush s aro objectlonablo to tho whipped. Wo has .boon hard on candidates and cat-tl- o W. S. TINSLEY, Editor presume though that theso two apand things. nnil Business Manager. pointments will meet with tho hearty I). Likens, W. II. Pierce, of Olaton, Routo 1, Kntered according to law at tho approval of our friend G. Fostofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as wall Judging from somo of his recent ut-- 1 says ho Is no office seeker, but It mattor of tho second class. tcrnnccs. any belated candldato In passing his way wishes a covering for tho night, to Tho public announcement by Address all communications Is wolcomo to tho uso of his shingles Harding that Charles E. between suns. The Hartford rtepublican. wo If bill is over-ru- n Hughes would head tho Incoming don't want him to blame us with it. administration's Cabinet as SecretaNOTICE TO SUnSCIUHEItS statement desiring the paper sent ry of Stato, and the public Wo aro going to give up newspaper Subscribers new address must glvo the old made by Judge Hughes that ho had work August tho first nnd onttor tho f.o a . making tho request. accept tho position has met agreed to address in Business Locals and Notices 10c with most general approval by the steamboat trade. Our speciality will be excursions on tho waters popularper line, and 8c per line for each ad 20 Sets Wagon Breeching entire country. Hughes Is a man of ly known as Salt River. Wo already ditional insertion. 250 Horse Collars Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards sterling worth and Integrity, a Jurist know of a sufficient number of prosRoad Wagons of. Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for of undoubted ability, a man of af150 Collar Pads each head lino and slgnautre, money fairs, cautious, ns one must be, to pective passengers to sink a fair sizBuggies 20 Men's Saddles ed craft. In advance. Grain Drills Church Notices for services free, conduct the affairs as chief premier 30 Pairs Check Lines but other advertisements, lc per of a great Nation as is this. Hard , Manure Spreaders Ed Barrass tows by everything, 20 Pairs Work Bridles word. " Hughes Ning has announced that Judge ', m both good and bad that if we ever Gas Engines Anonymous communications will Buggy Harness .. . would bo tho spokesman upon quesreceive no attention. attend another Lincoln C!ubBanquet, Corn Cultivators tions pertaining to the affairs con or any other sort, for tho Plow Gear ' matter of T-- . nected with the department of Stato that, he's not going to bo.present. As Corn Plows ' Back Bands, eBlly Bands TELEPHONES and he will no doubt roflcct credit wo would put Jlggs, Dugan, Casoy, Tractor Disc Harrows Choke Straps 59 Farmers Mutual ' ." upon tho new government that is to '" Monahan and tho whole- - pick and Tractor Plows 123 Cumberland All Kinds Harness Strap Work be. If the incoming president Is to shovel gang to shame with " our eating ., Riding Plows Buggy Whips bo so fortunate in bringing into bis and general behavior whllo at the FEBRUARY FRIDAY. , Wagon Whips Breaking Plows Cabinet the same qualified characters hoard. . . as will head the Department of Stato Army Harness Double Shovels tho success of his administration is Army Bridles, Bags, Robes, etc. Peg Tooth Harrows Uncle 'BUI Johnson says as how ANNOUNCEMENTS assured in advance. Disc Harrows Auto Tow Chains i some tarnation candidate Is forever i The reversal of tho Judgment of giving him thc'glad and friendly hand For County mul District tho Franklin County Circuit Court clasp, and at tho same tlmo shoving Offices. i by the Kentucky Court of Appeals, Into his free paw a strip of cold card! board that isnU exchangeable for wflereln the lower Court forbade the to announco collection of the tax of 50 cents per anything whatsoever. Wo aro authorized Ho says Joe tho candidacy of the following citi- gallon, levied upon each gallon of Wilson wouldn't even tke them for zens, subject to tho action of the Re- whisky withdrawn from bond, as a strip of tripe, and, if they, the publican party in tho primary election provided by tho Vance Act passed by candidates want his friendship they August 6, 1921: tho Legislature of 1920, is, if per- ortcr shove a one or two dollar Willie mitted to stand by Federal Courts in with tho pasteboard. For Circuit Clerk: higher up, tho most Important happening within tho State in a long Judge Wilson gave us a twist of toFRANK BLACK HartfordR. 2 time. Under tho act, some $15,000,-00- 0 bacco a few days ago and it smelted V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvijle. or more was supposed to accrue so good we "kinder" wanted to drink Beaver Dam. O. N. STEWART to tho State, all to bo ussed in road it. We told the Judge that the odor building. Tho lower Court granted it gave off reminded us of other and For County Judge: an injunction it seems, upon the idea betttV days something once made .MACK COOK Hartford. that to enforce the act would be dis- from peaches other than butter and WINSON SMITH Select. criminatory and amount to confisca- preserves The Judge tearfully told W. S. DEAN Dundee. But It has develop- us that he had to move It from his tion of property. ed that like all other special tax mea residence to the office, in order to For County Attorney. sures, in the operation, the distilleries keep Mrs. Wilson from thinking that OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. and warehouses have simply passed he had something hidden about tho the tax on to the ultimate consumer, premises. The scent fs fast, if not For Sheriff. or Nat least it is" in process of being almost wholly faded awayLwe've had GEORGE P. JONES Beda. BEAVER DAM, KY. down to that individual. it up to our nose so much. handed G. A. RALPH Hartford. ' Hence the producers and owners of B. C. RHOADS Bartlctt. iNiii 1 the stocks of liquor do not seem to fBSBSSBmmssmmmssmmsmmmssmammmmBmmmsmamam We forgot to say last week that CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. do hurt. The action has now been Judge Mack Cook Is talking of suing CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. put beyond the Injunction stages and I. D. Claire for that libelous bead i CICERO CROWDER Select. i Aron, of visited their of course must be tried upon Its mer- Claire strung about his going to Daw War Veterans WILSON SUBMITS T. H. BLACK Hartford. Trades and La"bor Assembly will unite Mi,ler; and Mr" MI,,M-orJ,ohn Centertown. its, but tho outcome is not much in son so much in an old maid or widow MALIN D. HEFLIN BELGIAN AID PLAN turn 1MHI.U. doubt, in so far as the Kentucky quest. Tho Judge says as Tiow he In tho production of a benefiren- I Miss Sllnnn Tlnni-lnc- a nml M Mn Courts are concerned. would not glvo one Ohio County old tertalnment. The Legion's decision For County Cleric: with tho union mem- As,Iw Congress To Accept German, tin Whlto and sister, Myrtle- - visited to a maid or widow ranging from 1G to ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver bers was made at, a p6st meeting ad their uncle, Mr. Charlio Douglass, "DON'T FORGET TO Bonds In I'njment of U. ' SO years of age for tho whole of Daw Dam. -Thursday night. STEM YOUR RAISINS'- - son Springs and Hopkins County dressed by a prominent Minnesota la S. Claims. ISOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. bor official. Mr. Wlnson Smith Is offering a il thrown in. We aro going to Rob Roy. SEP T. WILLIA.MS reward for four buck eyes. He Is Martln's Ferry, O.. Feb 22. and cut out of'the next string MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine. Washington, Feb. 22. President carrying one. Ho has 50 hens and Something new to worry about has any bead Claire has strung around, Indiana members of tho American J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. teen discovered for persons vho make orabout Judge Cook or any pther Legipn are investigating a proposal Wilson cleared his desk today of reports CO eggs a day nnd ho Just E. G. BARRASS Hartford. , their own intoxicants. helpless fellow citizen, as we" aro to establish a Legion state monthly another matter growing out of the knows if he had 3 moro buck eyes ho M. 'F. CHUMLEY McHenry. Two men are taking treatment for not courting any liabilities for de- magazine, following authorisation by Paris peaco conference by seadlng to would suro bo elected County Judge. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. Congress a copy of an agreement wood alcohol poisoning, due to, the famation of standing with home in- - the stato executive committee. Mr. Mack Smith, who has been M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. which ho and tho British and French visiting in Butler County, has returnmanufacture ofraisin jack from rai- - ( dustries. aiita itiiiuu nuu nut, uccu aicmuitiu. Upon the finding of an hon- premiers entered Into Juno 1C, 1919, ed home. For Jiillcrl One of the men may die Mrs. Eden Douglass spent Friday Jim Petty says when he was a boy orable discharge from the army and under which tho signatories CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2 Their malady baffled physicians for everybody agreed that tho 14th of in the clothing of Ed Foley, of Clin- hound themselves to recommend ac with Mrs. George Daughorty, of thi3 WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. a time. . February was groundhog day, but ton, la., who had been burled in a ceptance of German bonds In full pay place. JOHN TKING Hartford. Altho the doctors diagnosed the under the newfangled way of doing potter's field, Juno Van Meter Post ment of loans mado tp Belgium prior Miss Rone Royal nnd Mr. Jesslo S. A. LEE Sunnydale. cases as wood alcohol poisoning, both things they have tried to shift the of the American Legion obtained to tho armistice. Tho Presidont pre Royal, of Horse Branch, visited their HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY men claimed they had tasted no wood date to February 2, moving up a bit permission to exhume tho body so sented with the agreement recom grandfather, Mr. Bob Douglass, from ford R. F. D. No. S. as it wore. Jim further says there that it could bo rclntorred with mili- mendations that Congress enact legis- Saturday until Monday. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, alcohol. It was learned finally that the men is absolutely no doubt as to the day tary honors. Foley was killed in a lation which would enable tho Am Mr. R. D. Douglass visited his Route 1. had been drinking raisin jack made of all days, 'cause no groundhag quarrel at a Clinton hotel. erican Treasury to accept Gorman children, at McHenry, Thursday 'NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry from mash in which tho raisin stems could have seen his shadow on the bonds to ho amount of $171,780,-00night. had remained. The presence of the 2nd., and that the 14th was a great the amount of this country's toAmorican Legion members, scatterFor Tnv Commissioner raisin stems, it is claimed, produced day for shadows for Ground Hog, and tal loans to Belgium up to the armisD. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3, ed pver the world, continue to band wood alcohol. ho knew at the tlmo wo were in for together. The latest application for tice, plus interest. G. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. The agreement and recommendaa lot of bad, winter weather. Taking information in regard to establishing ROY F. KEOWN Fordsville. RECORD GOLD CLAIM Jim's viewpoint and what Is being a foreign post came from the island of tions were read in both houses of ? IX HEART OF CITV pulled off in tho weather line, Jim Congress without comment from Ceylon whero two members of Akron, For Magistrate, Neither house took any action must bo right. In fact he ' stands Ohio Post have decided to organize (Roslno District): Denver, Colorado, Feb. 23. Peter in the matter. wanderers. Tho nearthe J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. Noonan and William WIckorsham to- thoroughly vindicated. The President, In transmitting the est posts to Ceylon are located at J. N. LOGSDON Roslno. day recorded a gold claim in the ngreement made no explanation as to and Yokohama, more than a why heart of the city of Denver. In, tho aired Rock it had not been submitted earlier, two week's Journoy away. ground beneath tho territory conexcept to say that the reparations There seems to bo only one charred to Lay and Weigh acter of lawsuit in which all lawyers taining the City Hall, thd Union commission "has not as vet finally --4 I A fighting chaplain quoted scrlp- agree, viz: wherein, a brother lawyer Station and a great part of tho busdetermined the details of tho issuance I am in better position to please ture to tho members of tho Missouri of the necessary bonds by tho is suing for a fee. or asking 'that the iness district, the men allege they Ger my customers than over before. For legislature In behalf of a boxing bill man government." 'size of same be fixed by the Court; have struck a. rich find of gold. He added that tho Aomrlcan Legion is push- the agreement was The two men, who looked Jlke ty- twenty years I have culled and mat which There is rarely even any difference not embodied in o prospectors, appeared ed until I now have a yard of Barred ing In that state. The quotation the treaty of Versailles "for various in opinion, and should there be any pical which was mado by the Rev. Earl A. reasons." at a window n the recorder's office Rocks that Is tho peer of any. it is most generally more so. This year I have mated my fine Blackmail, is from Paul In tho ninth and dumped the contents of tivo can' "A recommendation at thl3 tlmo cock that produced such tine birds chapter of Corinthians, It Is: "I am that suitable legfslatlvo action should Tho appointment of Judgo Hughes vas sacks on the counter. "Wo dug 'these out of lots in the last year as a, cockerel, with the best a boxer and I hit hard and straight, be taken," Mr. Wilson Informed Conas Secretary of State seems to leave two classes in doubt as to the ultimate heart of Denver," they explained, hens and pullets and am ready to'fur- - not as one who beats tho air, but I gress, "may appear somewhat nrema! ture, but in view of the approaching outcome of the new Administration's "and claim tho ore bodies from .nlsh eggs at 3.00 for 15 or $5.00 uffot my body." I have telephones and supposition with reference to the League which they came by right of discovery for 30. termination of my administration i I have also mated three extra heaTo Inform the world "whero my have brought this matter to your at- plies in stock. "We want the ore and our claims of Nations. Those knqwn as tho Make a spee vy and finely barred cock- heart is" Miss Alice Robertson, the tention hoping that suitable-- action cialty "bitter enders" and the "Ratify or of repair work. If Latorlthey presented tho proper erels with a choice lot of hens and now congresswoman-olec- t from Okla- may bo taken at the appropriate liusters." Mr. Hughes was an adyou need Wire, Brackets, pullets and am ready to furnish eggs homa, atondod a dance of Muskogee, time." vocate of adoption, but occupied a papers. Lelgon. at $1.50 for 15. Okla. Post of the American middle ground. Ho was for reservaPins, Spools, Insulators, In PUBLIC SALE. A few extra fine cockerels and Miss Rboertson, who Is an ardent "ROWAN COUNTY" tions, and, as he deemed it, proper sulated Wire, Lightning ArNotice Is hereby given that on the pullets at a bargain if taken at once. church worker, took sides with tho safeguards. 7th day. of March 1921, at 1 o'clock Eggs for incubator for 100, prjees Legion when a Muskogee minister asFarmers wore very busy before resters, Switches, or any part like somo oth. p. m., the Ohio County Fiscal Court on application, Tho Courier-Journa- l, 30tf sailed the Legionnaires for condemn- the snow came, breaking ground and for a telephone, call, write ing Sunday blue laws. preparing for another crop. cr Democratic papers, does not like will offer for sale ono Wallis TracJNO. B. WILSON, A few second Mr. Jess Oanls, of this place, is or phone me. tho selection of Daughorty for At- - tor to tho highest and best bidder, 'torney General and Hays for Post- roservlng to its self tho right to ct NEWS OF AMERICAN The "dead line" for payment of very ill. hand 'phones in stock. Muany and all bids, this tractor is Mr. Estll Shields, has advertised LEGION ACTIVITIES Amorican Legion dues has been fix master General. It is not to bo ex' -pected that tho personal friend and as good as new, and any ono consided for February 28. Tho names of his property for sale. He will leave tual phone No. 1. campaign manager. for" Harding and ering tho purchase of a farm tracTo provide funds for tho malnton members who fall to pay on or be- soon for Illinois. Mrs. Fannlo Daughorty Is on the hostelry for fore that dato will be stricken from tho Chairman of tho National Ropub-Jica- n tor, will do well to attend this sale. ance of a Salvation-Arm- y OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT, unemployed veterans, the Amorican me suDscripuon usts oi tno American sick list. Campaign Committee should bo By W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk. , approved by Domocrats for Cabinet Legion in St. Paul, Minn., Jhe World Legion Weekly. Mr. Heavrln Douglass and brother, Beaver Dam, Ky. '(The Hartford Republican .mm Villi .. Great Reduction Sale $10,000 Stock of Implements, Harness and Hardware At From 10 to 40 Per Cent Reduction. Prqs-Ident-el- International Harvester and Oliver Lines Harness, Etc. - -- j i- ,j. rt-fl- r Sale begins February 10th, and continues 30 days, or until everything is sold. Harness, etc., cash. Suitable terms will be madeon Machinery, Wagons and Buggies, if desired. TERMS: These goods are offered at less than wholesale cost. Come in and get what you need for your spring work. LUTHER CHINN I si-t- blue-penc- " 0, Telephones the-floo- Slg-napo- re D fiK I old-tlii- N No Need to Wait well-mad- ro-Je- ' ' W. G. Muffett - v! ) I' m K If you nro In need of a plow buy1 -- . nin. ..... iiuu tit..- - Hum. jiiuimt a .. uiuu 3Gt3 ACTON DROS.v rrt-- I AVFATHR - PPriQQPQ .Avwhjuir U. S. IN 33 HOURS -Cross-Countr- laifi-"1 " "hw ' V Clearing the Deck For the last few weeks we have been clearing the deck of all winter wearables, by making drastic reductions in every line. Already our spring merchan dise is arriving, hence we must make still greater reductions to have room to properly handle them. YOU CAN BUY NOW 36-inch H. J.I10 John Bozarth, who is working In J Finite Cnrrjlnt Klffltt Ungs of Mnll y Wins Ilncc, Franklin oil f leld.sf'js visiting rel taWf-in;- , In Air All Night. atives hero for a ,. 23.--Ei- ght Hazelhurst, N. Y., Feb. For International No, 8, lo.v, Corn bags of mall, dispatched from San King Manuro Sprqadcrs S.a 3Ct4 W. E. ELL18 & DnO. Francisco by alrplano nt 4:i'0 yes terday morning, arrived nt Hazelhurst Field horo at 1.50 u :n , today, Wo hnvo tho International (Osestablishing a mall reborne) Disc Harrowstried, and cord of thlrty-thre- o hours nnd twenright. 35t4 ty minutes, with altownnco for'tlmo W. E. ELLIS & DUO. zono changes In the coast-t'j-cocross-country as Made - to - Measu. Clothes for Men of All Ages and for Occasions, Pure Wool Fabrics 0.; ij Yard-wid- e 'Best Prints at Domestic at Bleach at t 50c Percales at Shirting Cheviots at YOU CAN BUY 15c 15c 15c 29c 25c for $40, $35 and $25 Ladies' Cloaks $20, $17.50 and $12.50 YOU CAN BUY Men's Best Overalls at '. Men's Heaviest Work Shirts at YOU CAN BUY $1.75' $1.00 Men's $2.50 Union Suits at Ladies' Best Union Suits at YOU CAN BUY $12.50 Emerson Shoes for $10.00 Emerson Shoes for , . $1.15 $1.50 . .$8.95 $6.95 These with many other special bargains will greet . ou when you visit us. Call and see them. Xft2Z2$& Jhe Hartford Republican FRIDAY, .FEBRUARY Mrs. S. K. Cox Is improving nftcr being quite ill for several days. Good, homo grown red clover seed 35t2 for sale, $11.50 per bu. 0. T. DURNS, Hartford. Miss Ernestine Ralph spent last 'weekend with Miss Kathleen Tlche- -- PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS to Owenaboro Tuesday. U . Jallcr Worth TIchenor made a trip nor, at Centertown. Mr. and Mrs. T.'H. Bean have Attorney Otto C. Martin went to been qulto HI from what Is thought by eating to have- beon poisoning Louisville Tuesday, on business. prunes. Mr. James Baize, of McHcnry, was In town Wednesday, on business. Mr. Deo Render, of Fort Worth, Texas, Is here, spending a few days W. G. Muffett, of Beaver Dam, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render. was here yesterday, on business. Miss Sallyo Coleman, of tho Beaver R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was In Louisville, from Tuesday to Frlddy. . Dam High School, spent the weekend J. E. here, the guest of Mr. nnd-Mr- s. Davidson. See W. E. Ellis & Bro. for all kinds of Oliver and Vulcan chilled ptows. Little Misses Helen and Ruble week-enHighest Cash Prices paid for eggs Wes'terfiold, City, spent the with Mr. and Mrs. Romney Helton, and paultry. of Sunnydale. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. d . Rev. Russell Walker, City, attend ed tho Biblo Institute- - in Murray, last week. Mr. Erk Fulkerson,, of Matanzas, who has been confined with rheuma tism for some time, Is thought to bo, slightly improved. , Sea us for all kinds of grass and EGGS 'FOR SALE Pure White field seeds. Quality first. Plymouth Rocks $1 per setting of 15. ELLIS' & BRO. vW. E. Apply J. F. BRUNER, Pres. White Rock Club, Hartford. Charlie Muffett, of 34tt Mr. and Mrs. near town, .are the parents of a baby U. S. Whalln, a former resident of girl, born last Frjuay.' " '. ' " Ohio County, but for some years past " &- - ' OwensSoro, was in the 'i ' FOR SALEPalr of Mitles, Wagon a druggst of City Wednesday night, on business. and Harnesfl,t'Jprfcad ite'm, , R.' B. MART, Cromwell. 280-eg- g S. C, White Leghorns, . ! $2.50' and $4.0,0 Mils Maud''Maddoxor.'Beavor Dim, strain. CockorejB .t $'l,fQ per fifteen. fell Tuesday and sustainett-- a broken each. Eggs A. B. AMOS, Cromwell. 33t3 dislocated shoulder; arm. and ". ' V The stork visited the home of Mr. Wo havo field fence, rabbit and and Mrs. Dewey Ward, of Owensboro, poultry fence, and barbed wire fence. of this week, leaving a Tuesday W. B. ELLIS & BRO. bouncing big boy to make h's futuro -- Mrs. Oma Leo Turner; City, has homo with the Wards. accepted a position with the firm of For Oliver Chilled Plows, disc Doxter & Vincent,, of Centertown. harrows, section harrows, cultivacorn Planters, tracLOST Bird dog, setter, white tors, "Black Hawk tor plows and tandem Harrows, see with yellow head. Llbornl reward. ACTON BROS. 35t3 Notify CLEM SCHROADER, uy. Simmons, 34t2p James S. C. White Leghorns the by City, ogg .machines. Flock headed Mrs. Emma Fair Thomas, Chattanooga, Tenn., irecent-l- "Fearrls" Btraln cocks. Eggs $2.00 went"; to per 50; $10,00 per 100. where she will spend a month, per 15; $6.00 MRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, of her brother, Mr. Mcthe guest Centertown, Ky. Dowell Fair and Mrs. Fair. r y, Tho mall was transferred from piano to plane In a relay flight or a good one too. Duy tho Qcorgo dered by thePostofflco Department Dolker and you will have It. to establish .a new LET 35t2 ACTON nnos. mall piano record. The plane, which DO YOUR arrived at Hazelhurst, was piloted On account of tho Inclemency of by E. M. Allison, a member of one TAILORING tho weather tho Woman's Club fail- of the four teams which took part In ed to meot last weok, as scheduled, the raco, two but will meet with Mrs. J. S. Glenn, plane3 leaving Hazelhurst Field nnd tomorrow afternoon. two starting- - from San Francisco at i tho samo tlmo yesterday morning. Claud nnd Vernon Schroader, sons Ono of tho westward bound planes of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Schroader, of came to grief when Pilot E. M. Leon- near town, who have boen In Shrnvc-pur- t, hard was forced to descend yesterBusiness Suits, Norf oiks, La., for some time, returnotl to day at Dubois, Pa., on account of bad their homo last week. Outing Suits of every weather. The second d plane reached Chicago yesterday and description, Frocks, EvMiss Leila Glenn, accompanied by was unablo to got away today. Miss Margaret Williamson, of the Tho other eastward-boun- d ening Dress, Top plane Central City High School, spent the crashed to earth at Elko, Nev., yesPalm Beaches, Mohairs, week-en- d with Miss Glenn's parents, terday, killing tho pilots Capt W. F. Judge and Mrs. J. S. Glenn, City. Davis. Fancy Vestings, White Captain Allison piloted ono westwaFlannels, and a fine lot Wagon harness, collars, check rd-bound plapo as-faas Clove-lanlines, bridles, saddles, buggy harness where It was taken .over by anof Staples including a or anything you may require to "dress other pilot on the second lap of' the special assortment of up 'your horse or team may bo had relay which ended at Chicago. He 3Ct3 then took tho winning plane In charge of Beautiful Blue Serges. ACTO NDROS. at Cleveland and returned to Haze- bettering lhurst field this afternoon,Mrs. D. C. Barnes and children, thytimeset for the flicht by the P. O. C" 3gS5Ss2i lately of Deaver Dam, were guests of Department by a margin of two hours Rev. and .Mrs. R. D. Dennett, City, last and forty minutes. Come here for your clothes ! Save your money and week-enMrs. Barnes on leaving your Time. We make 'em right. Havo your corn meal made at AChere went on to Hopklnsvllle, where your own corn TON BROS. Get they aro to make their future home. ground on Tuesdays and Fridays. ExWo have about 30 cook stoves End change meal for corn any dnyr H. D. ESTES, Miller. ranges on our floor which wo are of 33tf Fit and Finish Guaranteed. c fering at prices almost on a pre-vvSULPHUR SPRINGS. basis. You who are in need of. a Mr. Elmer Dalton has moved with stove should see ourllno before buying. 35t3 his family from this section to Kro-nowhere ho goes to work In timACTON BROS. ber. Mr. J, E. Hendrlx has moved from Mrs. Anthony Robertson, who has been spending tho winter in Griffin his farm near Jingo to a farm near and Columbus, Georgia, tho guest of Adaburg, that he and his son, Arthur, ....... bought over a year ago. ..v.. ........ ..w.., ....... ... ... Mr, Frank Farmer and Rodo Miller land Mrs! C. li. McCallister and their families, returned to her homo near have, rented the J. E. Hendrlx farm. """ stockexs choice mil.,.. cUs Mn Chester Roach near Jingo, sold HARDING CABINET Heflln last Friday. fifty acres of land to his mother, Mrs. $C5S0; Id NOW POMPI-c FTP common tomedium to good $35)65; JlO medium $2535. Havlng just received some nice Veola Roach. With the land she Caves Trade active with steady Thompson Strain Cockrels to add to this gives her a good body pricss in vogue. Best veals $10.50 my flock of Barred Rock hens, can of land and it might;'pay some'of the St. Augustlno, Fla., Fob. 22 That 11; medium to good pom- eggs at $1.00 tor 16)or $5 00 landless widowers and bachelors to PrpQlrlpnt-plpp- f furnish TtfirfUni lifla pnmnlpt. ' V. 5 per 100. sit up and take notice. ra'!,d,,um ed his cabinet! wjis the belief of those Hogs Prices advanced 50c on all Something must be wrong with MRS. B. L.' TAYLOR, in 'his close confidence here tonight. grades except throwouts whicn re- McHonry, Route 1, the horse and mule market. Some 35t2p Altho there was no confirmation 1T nlnafl iinnVinnnA.I 1 ..i folks In this section are trading two , AT. TT,1I UCUIUX1U UfUilU V,l uuuuau,CU. T A m a B0,urceJ Bring me your hides and junk and for one and think they are doing close advisers said It was virtually ! hogs uu lbs up, sold atJS9.75:,,:i20 to 200 lb. get your oats at 65c per bushel; Clov- good business. certain that Herbert Hoover would and Ono don't hear the usual talk of bo secretary ,of commerce; Edwin $10.25; pigs,00'to 120 pou-Kter Seed at 15c per bu.; Redtop' Grass $?; ?G.50 Seed 12c per bushel, also fertilizer sowing plant beds at this .season of Denby, Michigan, secretary of tho 90 pounds downJS.-'throwout- s ' down. the year and the usual number of navy, and James J. Davis, and farming "dmploments ,from Sheep 'and Lambs Receipts conD. L. D. SANDEFUR', winter crops of tobacco are not being secretary of labor. and few South Main St,, Beaver Dam. raised and one Is made to wonder 35t3 Up to a late hour tonight there tinue at small "volume Porter and C. M. Crowe, of Hartford, was some doubt as;to whether Hoover changes noted In values. Best sheep "toble at $3 downbucta idown. Mrs. J. H. B. Carson and daughter, anyhow, does It mean a strike? would accept, but' It was understood Best lambs ranged frgm $7 9 see Miss Anna Rhea, returned last week that Mr. Harding is desirous of hav- BUFORD. end from Louisville, where they had ing him in the cabinet. The other. onds ?5- -Rev. Craig, of Owensboro, came wo places were regarded as definitely accompanied Mr. Carson, who went f1 produc,8, dealors 1uo'f . lng prices as follow net to shippers. on to Cincinnati, Ohio, on business. over Saturday to fill his appointment .... . This makes the Harding cabinet tbo shpPer Payln& Ueiht and Mr. Carson returned tho first of this at Mt. Carmel Saturday and Sunday ao lIlUlfal.3. but owing to Jhe inclement weather rtnmnlata nnloDO enma alnvon week. Eggs 25c dozen. failed, to preach on Sunday. change develops. Poultry Hens 24c lb; largo spring Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hudson have Mr. McDovjtfll A. Fogle returned .Tentative Cabinet Personnel. 20 24c lb.; small 32c Jb.; last week end from Indianapolis, lr.d. returned home, after spending the Tho complete cabinet as It stands chickens old roosters 12 13c lb.; stags 20c where ho had been spending several past few weeks In Florida. tonjght is as follows: turA small daughter of Mr. Albert days with his father, Judge J, E. of State Charles E. lb.; young ducks 24c lb.; No. 1 Secretary keys 36c lb.; geese 18020c lb.; guiFogle. Judge Fogle, who has been Stewart, fell, from a porch recently Hughes, lawyer, New York, young guinea's 50c. ill for a considerable length tif time, sustaining a broken limb. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew neas 30c each; Is reported to bd getting on very Mr. Olllo Gray and family moved W. Mellon, financier, Pennsylvania. SELECT. to this place this week.s nicely. Secretary of War John W. Weeks, financier, Massachusetts. Mr. M. J. Holbrook, of Whjtesvllle, WARNING SENT OUT TO The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Secretary of the Navy Edwin vis-- It TREAT TOBACCO SEED Denby, former Congressman, Michi- Blacklock died Saturday morning at who had boen to Hopklnsvllle,. to 5 o'clock. Ills daughters, Misses Jessla Lee gan. ' Lexington, Feb. 22 Declaring that and Wllla B. who are attending Mr. Price Miller moved near TayM. Attorney General Harry Bethel College, stopped off here on practically all epidemics of "Wild Daugher,ty, lawyer, Ohio. lor mines this week'. his return 'homo and spent Sunday Fire" and Angular Leaf Spot comPostmaster General Will H. Hays, , Mr. Harry Eldson' naa returned night wjth his father, Mr. J. D.' Hol- monly known as "rust" and black lawyer, Indiana. from Pittsburg, Penn. ("where he has -fire" in the 1920 tobacco crop could brook, and Mrs. Holbrook. been for some time: Secretary of Interior Senator be traced back to the plant beds Dr. Mr. and Mrs. L. 'D. Eldson have B. Fall, lawyer New Mexico. V. D. Valloau, plant pathologist of BANDITS MAY HAVE Secretary oMVgrlculture, Henry C. gone .fo Owensboro where they will ESCAPED IN PLANE the State College of Agriculture has Walldce, publisher, Iowa. visit their brother, Mr. Thomas Eld' JVr' lssued-- a "warning for growers to treat Secretary of Commerce Herbert son. Mr: NV B. Allen 1b visiting relatives Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 19 Officers in- their 1921 seed and take other pre- Hoover, mining engineer, California, '' of a mall cautions to control these diseases. vestigating the hold-u- p Secretary of Labor James J. Da here." . "Mr."0-- N. Stewrat, of Beaver; Dam, truck at the postofflce here early Recommendations for seed treatment vis, worker, Pennsylvania. wftB in this place Wfldneiday; ; ' . Thursday are considering a theory are being sent out from the State Miss Lagrada Allen Is on thos!clc LOUISVILLE MARKETS the five bandits carried thol'r College. that .C J, list. huge loot away from the city In an Mrs. E. M. Eldson is on the sick MOB LEADER IS' GIVEN Cattle Supply continues of small airplane, '' s' FOUR YEARS IN PRISON volume and prices as the res'ult full list. Residents of. tho West End report Mr, II. C. Crowder was In this place steady with the opening day's sales. having sighted a piano a short time y. . . ,, Wilson, N. C, Feb. 19. H. E. Trade In heavy steers fully steady, Thursday. after tho robbery and from Maumee j found guilty In the Wilson with few of the best heavy kinds Village, on tho outskirts of Toledo, came a similar report. A dispatch, County Superior Court Wednesday of offered. Best, light butchers found NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF HUNT COAL COMPANY from Lima said a plane not In tho leading a mob which unsuccessfully a ready outlet at good steady rates, mall service alighted stormed the Wayne County Jail a't others unchanged. Government v Notice is hereby glvon that the Goldsboro, on tho night of December Quotations: Prime heavy, steers there for a short time. Estimates of the loot taken when 3, In n effort to get possession of 3 $7.50 8.50; heavy shipping steers Hunt Coal Company, a corporat(on. elevpn sacks were seized and whisked negroes charged with the murder of $7 7.50; medium to good steers Is closing up Its business and (, disaway in an automobile continue to Herman Jones, a grocer, was sentenc- $6,507; common to medium $5.50 solved by unanimous consent of all ' Officials still Intimate ed today to servo four years in the 06,50; fat heifers $6.508;' "fafl the stock holders. be Indefinite. "W. H. HUNT, President. 6.2G; medium $4 5.25 cows $5.25 that the amount was $400,000 or State Prison. By HARRY L. BRAM-WED- . Futrello noted an appeal to the cutters $3 4; canners $2.50 3; more". So far no arrests have been ' '" . '" Secretary. 34t4 court. bulls $4.50 0; feeders $5.50S7.25; made. cross-contine- nt Hoys! You aro going to want a now buggy this spring and you want flight. TMim Smart Designs, Snappy Models trans-contlnent- al and the Finest of Fine Tailoring west-boun- Cct, dt I d. Prices $25, $30,f$40 andl$ 50 -- ar s, Carson iJW v,mr ic ($L Cc ?58; Hartford', Kentucky. $57; s 1 mM fw,l fc - ir' )l ex-ste- el ' V Fu-trell- o, Su-pre- a- - t? to relievo. A mild lnxatlvo tonic llko Chnmborlaln's Tablets affords a movement of tho bowols that Tho fodcral power commission an- gentle you hardly roallzo has been produced nounces that It has now on fllo 130 and their use Is not applications to develop water power, by a medicine, followed by constipaso likely to bo which if completed would total more m than 12,000,000 uoruopowcr and sup- tion. ply 20 cites the !?o o( Chicago with XEW POSTAL TKKATIK'j Tho projects range from electricity. summer a Bmall 10 h. p. plant for a At the conclusion of a recent meetcolony to tho storago of the waters ing of tho committee on Internationof tho upper Colorado, nnd Include parcolpost It was announced that 27 ctalea In addition to Alaska and al treaties had been negotiated between tho Dlstrio of Columbia. California and tho countries loads with 36 permits; Now York is tho United States Amorlca, Mexico Washington Is of South and Central second wltt. 13 cud and Spain providing for reciprocal third with 12. rates on all mall master. Tho treaties are to take effect as soon as Dollars nnd Cents. and ratified by tho countries Involved Counting It only in dollars postal cards conts, how much did that last cold and provide that letters, may not always etc., shall bo sent from ono country cost you? A man prevailing domestic stop work when ho has a cold, but to another at tho If ho did. rates. perhaps It would bo better mm It takes about ten days to get comWhen tho bowels become Irregular usual pletely rid of a cold under tho tho longer treatment. That tlmo can be much you are uncomfortable and worse you Chamberlain's this condition exists tVo shortened by taking misery Cough Itomcdy and proper care of feel. You can get rid of this of this rem- quickly by using Horb'no. Take t yourself, In fact, a bottlo see how flr.o edy In tho house Is a mighty good nose on going to bed and and you feel next day. Frlco GOc. Sold ty investment during the winter m nt Ohio County Drug Company. spring months. m -TO DKVKLOP 12,000,000 II. P. -)- State of Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ii senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tor each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEV. 'Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day af December, A. W. GLEASON, Ji. D. 1SS6. Notary Public. (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and nets through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists. 75c. Hall's Tamlly Pills for constipation. Ohio, City of Toledo, CASTOR 'A m Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A child that has Intestinal worms Is handicapped In its growth. A few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge destroys and expels worms; the child Immediately Improves and thrives wonderfully. Price 30c per bottle. in Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. o e PRESIDENT BAXS GAYETIES t UNCLE SAM'S INCOME As an example in economy and a A preliminary report of the Internal revenue bureau shows that for tho year 1920 the Income tax was Uncle Sam's biggest source of revenue, netting him $3,958,000,000. was from His second best rake-of- f tho salo of cigarettes, which netted The automobile him $152,000,000. Industry was the third; it cleared Alcoholic beverages $145,000,000. netted $140,000,000; drinks $57,000,000 and theaters Taxes on musical Instruments were nearly $14,000,000. llc $S2,-000,0- recognition of tho hard times Pres ident Mlllerand of France has announced" that the regular balls, din ners and receptions would not be given this year at the Elysee palace. The president will give Just two receptions during tho year; one to the diplomatic corps and the other to the members of parliament. "I think, like lime. Mlllerand," he said, "that It would be more useful to employ money which would be spent In giving balls to aiding the suffering, and especially tho children." a s)zcs of sailing yachts will bo cllglblo FRENCH to lino up at Sandy Hook for tho start at 12 o'clock on July 4, noxt, army of occu- no mattor what tho wonthor. Tho Slnco tho French pation has been on German soil many cup will becomo the permanent propof tho gallant Gallic officers have erty of nho victor, whllo tho othor surrendered their hearts to tho contestants will rccelvo medals. d t' Rhino maicharms of tho dens and havo led them to tho altar. URUPP WOHKS MAKE PROFIT French staff officers under Jho military law had tho right to perform Tho profits of tho great "Krupp tho marriage coremony. works, now on a penco basis, for tho Gorman men havo nil along frown- year 1920 wero 159,000,000 marks. ed on theso matches, and the German This was above tho oxponso necessathem ry for converting tho Government finally declared noUvnlld unless performed by Gor- plant. Various sums woro voted to man priests or officials. Tho French strengthen tho organization, Includofficers, willing to obllgo, hayo found ing 40,000,000 marks for welfaro many difficulties in their wny, the work, somo to bo used in building main one being the hatred shown workmen's homes. Tho employees by tho Germans toward tho brldo, number 92,000. whom they regard ns a traitor. The women, howovcr, insist on having TO HAVE AEHIAIj PATROL tho marriage legalized according to! tho German decree. Tho ministry of aviation of tho French government has announced plans for a pollco force of the air to j FOR FLETCHER'S guard tho frontiers of Franco against 1 smugglers and others trying to enter in aircraft 'without a license. All CEXSUS COST S2 l.OOO.OOO. aircraft will be required to cross at definite points, nnd airdromes will In tho annual report of tho census bo built for customs inspection. bureau Director Rogers states that Planes crossing clscwhero will be tho cost of tho enumeration which signaled down and followed to their covers three years has been landing. Another duty ot tho air Since only $22,550,000 pollco will bo to keep watch on the was appropriated by congress a de- aircraft of Germany. ficiency appropriation of $1,215,000 . win do required mo cost ot tae I KING'S CAR KILLS CHILD. 'leld work was approximately $9,- -, 345.000, a material increase over Tho automobile of King Albert ran J.tlO over two children, killing one and ma badly hurting tho other. He was IUXG PLANS YACHT RACE returning from Louvnln to Brussels Tho king of Belgium has offered when tho children dashed Into the a cup for an international yacht raco road from, behind a truck. Ho caracross the Atlantic ocean from New ried the body of the little girl to her York to Ostend. U will bo open to parents and tried to consolo their. the yachts of all tho world nnd there Ho also brought doctors to caro for All types and tho Httlo wounded boy. will be no handicaps. GERMANS DISCOURAGE .MARRIAGE TO fair-halrcgun-maki- DIRBCTORYCIRCUIT COUIIT. Jndgo It. W. Black, Oweniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner BKAVKR DAM. - Ch'm'n. Iloard W. T. McKcnner. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLB. tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal P. Koown, Children Cry CAST O R A Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonos, 1st Monday in March 1J days Clerk Olla Cobb,. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July IS days Com'th. and Civil. CAIiKN'DAR 1 J days OFFICIAL SCHOOL 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In November IS days B. 9, County Board of Education Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COUIIT. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Moots first Monday in each month. Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. DIv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Dun-de- c. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Gotf, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. DIv. No. 5 Otis Stovcns, Bcavor D. B. Ward. Tax CommissionerDam. Surveyor C. S. Mozley. DIv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Ccntor-tow- n. Coroner B. P. Itodgors. - $23,-765,0- GhSIdren Cry for Fletcher's FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: B. S. Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo MIdkiff and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Bd Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. Sam L. Stevens, Dear2nd District er Dam. EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Drown, Simmons. ltti District O. W. Rowo, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 1 and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dan Sth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers" W. S. Dean, Dundee. fltli District Examination nt Hartford, (Whlto). B. F. Rice, Fordsrllle. May 28 and 29 County Teachers 7th District 8th District D. C. Rhoades, Hart- Bxamlnotion nt Hartford, (Colored). s' ford, Route 6. Juno 18 nnd 19 County and Examination at Fordsvlllo, HARTFORD. (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Dean. June 25 and 2C County and State A. Howard. Clerk J. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal B. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 nnd 18 County nnd Examination at Hartford, ltOCKI'OKT (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Sept. 21 and 25 County and Stato. Clerk N. H. Dratcher. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkerson. (Colored). Ed. J. Dratcher. Marshal A State-TcachorStato-Tcachor- s' ' p Gas in the stomach or bowels is a v disagreeable symptom of a torpid llv-oFor Children. To get rid of it quickly take Herblno. It Is a marvelous liver stim Too much care cannot be exercised ulant and bowel purifier. Price 60 in selecting a cough medicine for cents. Sold by Onio County Drug It should bo pleasant to Company. children. m take, contain no harmful drug "and" &most effectual In curing their coughs VMERICAX PROPEUTY RESTORED and colds. Long experience has Cough shown that Chamberlain's The German government has anRemedy meets theso conditions. It nounced the unconditional release of m American property held by tho GerIs a favorite with many mothers. ,. man custodian of enemy property SECKBTAltY DEXIKS ItEl) since, the United States entered the ' C'KOSS SOLlf ARTICLES war. Final settlement with the owners, however, cannot be made until In a statement issued by Secretary cho peace treaty is ratified or a new Baker it Is declared that tho Am- pact Is made. Germany took over erican Red Cross has been in no way 1SG American plants; the Berlin gov responsible for tho appearance for ernment stated ,that some of the A salo of articles bearing the Red Cross erican owners had expressed thanks label. Tho articles to which ho re- for the care taken of the property. ferred wero offered at a recent sale m of articles bearing the Red Cross laSurgeons agree that In cases of bel. The articles to which he re- Cuts, Burns, Bruises, and Wounds, ferred wero offered at a recent salo tho first treatment is most Important. of surplus army supplies and were When an efficient antiseptic is apincludod by an oversight In the con- plied promptly, there Is no danger of tents of army storehouses sold to the Infection and the wound begins to Prench after tho armistice. heal at once. For use on man or m beast, Borozono is the ideal Antisep. Periodic liillous Attacks. tic and'heallng agent. Buy it now Persons subject to periodic bilious and be ready for an omorgency. Price attacks will observe that their appo-tit- e 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by falls them Just before an attack. Tho Ohio County Drug Co. m That is, they do not really cravo food but cat because It Is meal tlmo. If FIND WIDE SOVIET PLOT 4hey will eat only a light meal and no meat, then take two of Chamberlain's A Russian arrested at Nice turned Tablets tho attack may bo avoided, m out to be a soviet agent. Papers wore found on him showing a Moscow govVliXS LAKES TO GULF CAXAL ernment plan to s,tart revolutions In Franco, Holland, Greece, Rumania, ToIIowlng out tho plan of the gov- Switzerland and tho United States. ernment to connect tho Great Lakes Tho scheme- contemplated the setting with tho Gulf of Mexico army cn- - up of a soviet regime In tho cbuntrles eineors who havo the project named after tho governments had under consideration find that only beon overthrown, and Russian gold four routes are feasible. Each of was to back tho whole venture. Tho them' would connect Lake Erie with discovery of the plot resulted from tho Ohio river, and (thon to tho Gulf the carelessness of tho Russian fn via tho Mississippi. All tho routes leaving behind htm a bundle of papass thru Ohio and threo Ho entirely pers In a laundry. within tho state boundaries. A scald, burn, or severe cut heals Tho family that slowly, if neglected. keeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment on hand Is always prepared for For Infants and Children Prlco 25c, 50c and such accidents. For Over In Years $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m Always r. g-q- a Every 'Woman 1 Vants 1 Ths Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- J? All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infante and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good $K Mothers Stih 5k jf2 VS use r 'u V n jCS&ZlT?7j ycaryr. -- cAC4i BOa1 supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Castoria a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIA is stopp pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inf lamination. Recommended by Lydia E. Finklidm Med. Co. for ten year. A healing won Jcr for nafel catarrh, tore throat and lore eyct Economical. - uihi uHUHiiy inj Kliiliaul ('writ "" Siissle Fre. 50c. til dsim, or m.n.kl br Sranl. ThePalluoTo3rtCooiPMr.rkrtoo.NltM. -- Diccolved in FOR PF.R?rNAT. rfi 1 nl fl lH n I A J i 1 31 I HVfJIF.NF. water for dcuches 3? Fiw3 J I For the Remedy ventura Children A Safe Old Fashioned for Worms testi-mon- MSS !iZ2u. m GENUINE .tsears CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAY M Succeed when everything else falls. 3 in nervous prostration ana ttmnie ' tvenVnpss tVirv nri. 111,. Rnmrtiw remedy, at thousands have testified. .itno tb K E mm Seventy. fivaycaricontln. uousuie ii thebest FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottlo always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. cv0 1 30cabottlealrournigft'or I e leneral itorr; or if your dealer can'l aupplyyou.aend Manama and 30c in atarana and we'll aand you a botlle promptly. & S. FREY, .Bittsore, Kl. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STrtMnPUTDnimi It is the best medicine over a druggisrs counter. If ever sold In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CatMTAUW COMPANY, hWW VOWK'OITV, WILL YOU. TAKE OUR OH, DEAR! due to an, over abundance of that -- M7BACK! " mZaf GERMINAL REMEDY A hurts in tho morning I " It's all I Merciful Heavens, how my back DBanyannnannDRamiDDDanDnBiiB g 2 D U m poison calledj CL"I OIbbbbW raarv flDaaaaaaaVm. OHIO MEDICAL GO. JrC Treatment for WEAIt LUNGS i or CONSUMPTION The kidneys are not able-t- uric aciu. Colds & Headache In our family, "For years vra have used and I have never found any medicine that could take its place." writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyvilie.Tenn. Mr. Sta- cy.vvho is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black- Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- vent them from developing into serious troubles. Black-Draug- ht B 5 H 1 g B H g m 5f B g 5 D it Such conditions you can readily get rid of "'WSffal feeling, A Quick relletNtor that tired, coughs, pains la cheit. olcht iweati, hemor. II II doe ihagei, weak lungi or coniumptlon. a) sol help yoo 11 coata you nothing. FOR.ONE MONTH !eo!umb overcome, and prolong life by taking: This "Anuric" can bo obtained at almost any drug tore, in tablet form. When your kidneys get riuggWi and dog, you suffer from backdizzy spells, ache, or twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout; or sleep is disturbed two or threo times a night, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it will put new life into your kidneys and your entiro system. Send Dr. Pierce's. Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., ten cents for trial package Memphis, Tenn. "Dr. Pierce's An (anti-urioacie, USE LI V-VE- R-L AX C A'STO'R rA Use th THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- T "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared; "It Is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for It has saved us many 1 don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. 1 recommend never without it." At all druggists. S B B For Lazy Liver the Troubles ot Constipation, , i 30 Slgnati C&t&ffictZc&bl Chronic Constipation, D PLAXES ARE DAMAGED Airplanes delivered by Gormans at Antwerp for tho allies nre said to be In almost useless condition owing to tho fact that essontial parts are missing or destroyed to prevent revealing construction secrots. mm b, ... Black-Draug- ht. There are people who never havo Black-Draug- ht a movement of the bowels without it is produced by a cathartic. Most of them have brought that condition on themselves by tho us of minora! atcrs and strong cathartics that tako too much water out of tho system nnd aggravate tho disease they arc m,eant CASXORIA i ' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Accept No Imitations B B B J. 61 BBflflBflflflflBBBBlflflflflflflflBBBBflB urlo is the beet medlolno for the kldnoys andfor backaoho that I have ever taken. For somo time my kidneys havo been giving me a lot of trouble. I suffered with backnohea and rheumatism in my joints 'and limbs causing me. a lot of misery. On learning of tho 'Anurlo Tablets' I began thoir uso and thoy have given mo real relief when all other kidney medicines failed to help. "I am glad to recommend 'Anurlo' to others who suffer with this ailment." Mas. E. O. Wilson, CC0 N. Etxlli 6t. Fcclricht all the time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whllo rclloving your troub le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dovfl take anything else. You can't afford eyw it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat tern and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sum in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long before completely uisplaco calomel in evert home... Children can tako it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, antced. 50c and H in bottles.. NoM genuine without tho likeness and slfruavj tiiro of L. K. Grifiuby. For salo by r r t, M, WULLMJ, . ilwttor iaWMd.X . HKPal '!! an, .W timmMiimM n mm 4 1 M inoolDavifl. Dyr, 1 days wJth Bnllnmv Itnon G inmn . . G.OO toam 4.00 Bellamy, W. II., 3 same.... Fonn, Hoy, 1 sam's samo 2.00 Bellamy, Shorman, 1 Bamo . . 2.00 Davis, Ed., 3 Forguson, V. II., lMi samo. 3.00 1) llamy, S. A., GW same. 11.00 Davis, R. N., 3 same... Fenn, S. P., 2 Donnls, T. C, GM samo etc. G.OO samo. . samo. 3.00 Lollamy, Jno. A., 1 -- Edge, (Continued from 3rd pago.) Fentrees, Luclnn, 4 Mi snmo. . Lawrcnco lMvsame 9.00 Bollamy, John, 3 samo,... 6.00 Fontrcss, P. T., 2 samo 1.00 Easton, S. II., 2G0 feet hrldgo 4.00 Brown, Oscar, V& samo.... Foroman, Cato, 0 days with lumuor Unsliam, Olla, 7 Mi Bame... 1G.00 2.00 Hondrlx, B. D., 1 samo.... team . 16.00 Evans, Rcat, 2 da. with team 12.00 Basham, Ira T., 7 ',4 samo.. 2.00 Fuqua, Erf'.ollis, 1 llarroll, John, 1 samo Edgo, Mike, 4 same ... J,4 samo samo. 3.00 Jtlshop, II. IC, 1.00 Hardin, W, K C samo...? 12.00 Fonn, S. P., G samo 10.00 Biown, Wayne, 1.00 Edgo, Alex, 4 samo samo... 3.00 Forguson, samo.. Hlckoy, O. n., 1 2 samo 1 V4 Samo V. R., 00 Eskrldgo, J. S., 4 samo 4.00 Brown, L. J., 4.00 llarroll, John, 2 same 00 E3krldgo, E. R., G samo , 2.00 Urown, W. S samo 3.00 Fonn, Roy, 17 samo samo. HazlowaQd, Elbort, 1 ,00 Samo, sills a 14.00 Beatty, II, D., 2 samo 4.00 Fonn, S. P., 2samo . O. M., 2 san Johnson, 0 Edlnglon, Frank, 2 days with C. 5.00 Brown, II. L 2 samo same . . . 4.00 Fomstor, Vi- T., Koown, S. O., 2 samo 0 U.ani 3.00 ilashani, W. O., 1 same . .. Bamo 8.00 Samo, 1 Claudo, 4 samo King v 2.00 Bdsham, Ira, 2H same 6.00 Evans, Harvey, 6 same..... 2.00 Gray, Jamos,2 1 samo Kosslnger, 1 samo.,.. John 4 00 Evans, Nathan, 3 samo..... sano 4.00 Basham, Payton, 2 samo 3.00 Cray, Ira, Xowis, James, lMi samo.,.. .GO Oahbort, E. F., nails etc 4.00 Embry, Tommie, 24 same. Bishop, II. E., 2 samo 3.50 Gray, 1"4 samo Samo, Ira, 3 days with team , 7.00 Brown, Oscar, 4 Mi days with Evans, Jack, 4 samo 6.00 Lautorwassor, II. D 3 samo. 9.00 Ford, Clarence 4 samo samo and nails . . , 7.2G toam 9.00 Same, 2 nnd scraping Same, 3, samj ... G.OO same 5.00 Floyd, M. I., 5 samo Brown, J. W., 2 4.00 Gilliam, Alox, 2 1 same... Millor, Fred, 2 samo samo.... 2.00 Brown, W. L., 3 Mi same. . . . 7.00 Fronch,, Alfred, 2 same... samo,,. 3.00 Hoholmer, Lon, Moore, Energy. 1 G.OO 4.00 French, W. F., 1 samo Babbitt, J. II., 2 samo 0.00 Hulls, Tom, 3 samo Malln, N. A., 3 samo 2.00 Fulkorson, Gsorgo, 2 4.00 Black, Herman, 1 samo,... Ilardcstor, Tom, 2 samo. . . . samo. days with Martin, T. C.r 1 4.00 Fin ley, Isaac, 2 samo 4.00 Balzo, Wade, 2 samo railing 3 QQ fjuinu, 6, toam on road 4.00 Ford, II. C, 6 samo Balzo, Rufus, 2 same 300 Humble, R. A., 2 days with Martin, A. L., 1 Mi samo 8.00 Farmer, Eunlco, 1 samo ueum 4.00 Balzo, T. II., 4 samo Maples, Frank, 1314 samo etc 28.00 Samo, 2 on roaa grador. . 4 samoietc. . . 10.50 Farmer, GUbent, 1 same... McMurtry, Sam, 2 same G.OO Hayes, L. T., pulling with team 7. GO Basham, A. L 4 same 8.00 Fuqua, E. E., 1 samo 4 days 8.00 Burdon, Allen 5.00 rickroll, Thachor, 2 Mi same .00 Farmer, Alvls, 1 samo Same, 12.00 Babbitt, Steve, 4M-- same 2.00 Hunt, 6 same Plrtlc, James, 1 samo 4 .00 Free, Grover, 2 samei samo. . 2.00 Brownd,. John A.( David, 1 samo ,. G.OO I'atton, F. G., 3 Bamo .00 Free, Roma, 3 same. , G.OO Brown, C. P., 2 samo G.OO Harding, W. K., 3 samo rickerlll, V. 1)., 2 Mi same. .00 Free, Edward, 3 samo samo . . . . 8.00 Burden, Luther 3 same . . . 8.00 Johnson, Alpha, 4 4 Foolo, Iko, 4 samo .00 Foreman, W. M., 1 same. . . . 8.00 Brown, Clayton, 2 same . . . , same.. 3.00 Johnson, Barnoy, Pattoraon, C. O., 1 same. .00 Foreman, Sam, 3 same..., Johnson, Arch, 1 same . . . 3.00 Brown, C. P., 2 samo -ration, Fred, 1 same, haul4.00 Foroman, S. V 7 same . . . 2.00 Brown, P. N., 2 samo 7.G0 Johnston, Tom, 1 samo ing brldgo lhr. 12.00 Fuqua, H. D., 1 10.00 Brown D. It., G samo n nn Samo, 5 samo samo... samo. lloach, ChVstor, 1 4.00 San-:- , 5 same ,. 2.00 Balqsr, Floyd, 2 same samo samo. . . . 3oo 'Johnson, Wilbur, 1JSUIIIU Jtocdor, J. V.f 1 3.00s Farmer, Grover, 4 6.00 Beck, Letcher, lMi Bame... O (in ' UUIUCD, UUilll, it T2 same . . Richardson, Tom, 1 Bame. . . . 8.00 Ford, Albert, 2 samo 2.00 Barrett, Joo, 4 samo 5QA J. W. Kirk, 1 samo samo. . . . Itlchcson, 3. It., 2 14.00 Ford, Harvey, 2 days with 8.00 Borry, Coloman, 7 same 400 Leo, Owen, 4 same Rcedor, John, 2 Bamo 9.00 , team same.... , 2.00 Balzo, Luther, 4 o'oo Lanham, Noah, 1 samo Itlchnrdson, Tom, 1 samo... 11.00 Faucht. Guv. G same 9.00 Boswell, B. II., 1 samo etc. . . 40q !Leo, W. O., 4 Mi samo nichcson, S. L 2 samo - same.... 7.00 Fordr W. S., 1 samo 2.00 Bsan, R. IC, 3M50 UUUIIHIU, I'UIU, i. BUIUU Samo, for sharpening plow.. 2.00 Fonloy, Alfred, 1 Lanham, C. C, 2 same 4.00 ' Balloy, Wllber, 1 sam.o t,. same. . r. days Jtoynl T. Chester, 3 G same 4.00 Farrls, Marlon, 1 samja 12.00 Balrd, Arthur, 2 samo ( 7.00 Leo, II. E.,G samo with team on road 8.00 Flener, Edward, 1 same Djo, Lon, 10.00 Balrd, A. L., 4 samo 4.00 Miller, Leo P., 1 same . . Sullongor, Darrell, 2 samo. . . samo Delia, 2 .r. . 2.00 ' Bennett, B. II., 31 same . . . 2.00 FInloy, John,W., 2 same..... 4.00 Samo, 2 samo G.OO Ferguson, L. Bartlett, Jess, 1 day with same. . . 3.G0 samo etc.. Slovens, L. M., 1 4.00 Fulton, Chester, 2 same... team 2.00 Balrd, Arthur, 2 samo 4.00 Stalsworth, Goldon, 2 samo.. 2 samo 4.00 Faught, Fred, 1 samo... 2 oo Balrd, A. L 4.00 Millor, T. S., 1 samo Shown, Marian, 2 san 6.00 Foroman, Rollle, 3 samo. . . . g"oo Baize, R. F., 3 samo 2.00 Mutfet, W., 4 4 samo.... Shults, Ozna, 1 samo 6.00 Foroman, Jim, 3 sains lbr. E. T., 2oo Bishop, G. Will,1 2 haulingtsam, G.OO Miller, Jno. II., 1 Bamo.... Schroador.4?. A., 2Mt samo.. 4.00 Faucht. Alva. 3 V, name with goo Brown, 2.00 Magan, J. C, 4 same Sosh, Oscar, 1 samo 6.00 Faught, Charley, 1 same. 8oo Barnard, Cecil, 2 samo 2.00 Millor, T. 3., 4 sann Splnks, Elvis, 1 samo 10.00 warmer, James, v., 2 samo. . gjoo Barnard, E. P., 5 same 10.00 Miller, Lee P., 4 Mi samo . . . Splnks, Estill, G samo 10.00 Same, 3 same 8Joo Barnard, Edgar, 5 samo COO Millor, A. D., 4 samo Sandofur, Virgil, 3 samo. . . . 7.00 Foreman. Jim. 2 same same. 200 Burgess, Robert 31 same. . .. .. Shavor, J. E., 17 Mi samo. . . . 3G.00 Millor, Rondy, 1 6 same 2.00 Follx, H. T., 7 samo etc same... 1000 Burgess, T. E., 6 samo 4.00 Mldkiff. Clcoro. SInnctt, Elinor, 2 samo 12.00 Foreman, W. M., 6 samo,.. 26 00 Barnard, R. I., COO ! Mitchell, J. E 13 samo.... Smith. Charley. 3 samo.'... 12.00 Faught, Emirt:tt, 1 samo. . . . 1200 Black, T. R., G 4 samo 10.00 ' Mitchell, J. II., G samo Snell. J- - G snme 8.00 Same. 5 same same cioo Black, James, 2,oo Murphy, A. D., 3 same... Stovons, Hay. Mi samp...... 6.00 Farris, Marion, 2 same eioO Burgess, J. R., 3 samo 8.00 Magan, E. W., 3 samU . . .". SInncitt, H. H., 4 samo. 4.00 Faught, Alva, 2 Mi same.... I Madcn, W. J., 2 days ditching 10.00 Barnes, Dowey, 2 same Thomas, Bradley. 1 day with 10.00 Faughlt, Charley, 2 same. . . . Burgess, R., 5 samo 2.00 Maden Joe, 2 days grading etc 10.00 Bonnetit, J. A., 3 samo . . . team on road 6.00 Fuaua. R. B.. 6 same E. 4.00 G.GO Madon, T. E., 2 da. with team Samo, 2 samo etc. . 9.00 Ford, D. L., lMi same.... 400 Burgess, R. O., 4 2 same.. 2.G0 Maden, Earl, 2 samo Samo, 1 samo etc. , 4.00 Flenor, B. F. uso of ditcher same... 2.00 Bennett, Eckes, 4.00 Murphy, Paul, 1 samo T. H., 2 samo. Tatum, 4.00 Flener, Jno., for dumping 400 Brown, Oliver, 2 same.... 7.00 Murphy, A., 2 samo Tlnsloy, E. E 3 samle.. - sdraper . 8.00 2Joo Carden, E. S., 4 da. with team 8.00, Murphy, Paul, 1 samo WhltohotiBe, Onls, 4 samo . . . 4.00 Fulton, R. L., "2 saute (team 400 Carden, Herbert, 2 same 00 Madob, Everett, 2 samo.... "Wallace, Ernlo, 2 samo 10.00 12!oO Crow, Pato, 1 samo and sills. on road) 00 Nabors, Sam G samo "Ward, Oscar, 1 samo jjloo Chapman, Alvey, 2 5.00 Frizzell. A. M.. 1 samo . . . same.. 00 Neighbors, J. W., 4 samo . . Whltoscarver, C. F., 4 V. samo 4.00 Ferguson, Willie, 3 samo... 4',00 Coleman, W. M 2 same. . . . 00 Pulllam, Clarenco, 2 samo . . . Whltohouso, Onlco, lMisame samo and 8.00 Chapman, T. V. 1 Goff. R. G., 2 Mi samo 00 Powers. Leslie, 4 same... Williams, Hookor, 3 sanni. . . 8.00 Goodman, Tom, 2 same hauling lumber 4,00 00 Park, I. J., 2 samo Wcstorflold, Rolllc, 2 samo.. 6.25 Greer, Roy, 3 same 4.00 Coy, W. H 2 same etc... . . 00 Park, I. J., 2 samo Wallace, Omar, 2 samo.... 2.00 Greer, W. T., 1 same 9.50 Clark, Otis, 1 samo samo etc samo. 9.00 Petty, Chas., 3 Hlchard, 4 Watklns, 1.00 Greer, Otis, lMi same 2.00 Same, hi same 2.00 Qulscnberry, Tandy, 1 samo O. R., 1 samo Woolen, 4.00 Gn:er, Seaton, lMi same. . . . 4.00 Same, 2 same Qulscnbarry, John, 2 same. Xo. 3, Ilctln Precinct 3 samo 6.00 Oreer, S. T. or B. T., 4 samo Qulsenbcrry, Tandy, 3 samo Crowe, Vinson, Acton, J. W 2 days with 6.00 Oreer, Otis, same 7.50 Same, 3 samo 00 team on road same. . . 5.00 Grant, Lud, 9 same samo 7.00 Coleman, E. M., 2 00 Qulsonborry, John, 3 Balrd, Clyde, 2 samo 5 Mi samo... 2.00 Grant, Shelby, 5.00 Clark, Otis, 1 samo 00 Rowan, L. O., 2 xh samo CasU'el, II. M 4 Mi samo .. 4.00 Crow, Dave, 4 same etc. . . 11.00 ureer, u. 11., 3 samo 00 Robinson, Clarence, 2 same. samo.. Cooper, W. It., 1 4 Mi sam,e. . .. 9.00 Griffith, W. T 3 same 12.00 Carden, Wilbur, 00 Rogers, Tom G samo Carson, W. R., 1 same. . . . 8.00 fJnrv. V. f!.. 2 4.00 Cooper, Arch, 4 samcu. 00 Ronfrow, W. II., 2 Bamo . . . samo.... Davis. Canoy, 1 2 same.... 4.00 Garman, J. R., Mi same.... Carter, W. S., grad- Robinson, Herboni. 2 00 samo. Daniel, Muck, 2 3.50 Graham, Romney, 3 samfa . . same and sills 5,00 Cox, O. C, Inc 2.00 Hoagland. Jesse, 1 samo. 6 samjs 12.00 Gilliam, M. E., 6 same 3.60 Cartor, E. J., 4.00 Roach, Ernlo.M with team etc same Hoover. C. W., 2.00 Galther, John, 5 samo . . . Same, 1 samo 7.00. llogors, Tom, 1 day with Hoover, Hardin, 3 same. V.- - B., 1 samo 3.00 Grant, W. M., 2 same 2.00 Curtis, team on road Ann Hoover, Li. C, 3 samo Gentry, S. T 4 same days, with 3.00 Curtis, Jeff, 2 samo... 2.00 Ronfrow, H. E., 1 Handley, James, 1 samo . . . 5.00 Gentry,A. W., 6 same (team no road 9.00 Renfrow, W. V., 4Mi same. 2.00 Havener, D. N 1 samo.... 4.00 Haven, Arthur, Ms same 1,00 Coffman, Tommie, 2 same. . . 10.00 ! Russell, O. W., Mi samo.... Hoover, C. W., 6 samo 2.00 Canary, R. B., 11 samo etc. 31.50 HawHlns, M. C, 3 same samjo . 2.00 Smith, irvin, l Hoagland, Jesso, 1 samo M. 10.00 Hamilton, James, 4 same... io.oq Smith, J. M., 4 samo & sills 11.00 Clark, 1 C, 5 same Harris, Harlen, G samo samp 2.00 Helm, Joe, samo 8.00 Samo, s.oo St. Clair, H. A., 4 samo Jones, O. P., 3 samo 2.00 Harrison. Henry. 4 same . . . 5.00- - Carley, Will, 1 same samo... Smith, irvin, z 00 Kosslnger. E. E., 2 same. 4.00 Harrison, J. B., 6 same, and 2.00 Carter, W. S., 2 samo 00 Tucker, T. H., 1 samo. . . . Morris, Ernost, 2 saim. . . . 7.00 nails, lumber etc.. 7.00 Samo ,3 Mi same ITurnham, Tom, 3 samo. Mahanoy, William, 2 days 3.00 Harrison, C. Q., 5 same.. 2.00 Carlisle, L. ,W., 1& samo.." 4.00 Taylor, Will, 1 samo with team on road . . . 2.00 Havnea. Rest. S samn 2.00 Carden, Dorwood, 1 same. . . 2.00 Taul, W. A., 1 samo !Murray, B. T., 1 samo G.OO.Havnes. W. H.. 6 same... 9.00 Colley, Will, 3 samo samo 3.00 Taylor, J. T.( 4 same . , Nowcom, W. F., 1 9.00 Hamilton, R. L., 3 same. . . . 4.00 Cummlngs R. H. 1M? same etc 4.00 Toms, Leslie, 2 samo Samo, 2 samo 4.00 Crowdter, C. E., 5 same.... 10.00 Hlmes, B. C, 2 sanje 7.00 Samo, 2 samo Tatton, Thurman, 3 samo.. 4.00 Hamilton, W. H 4 samf. . . 8.00 Cooper, David, 2 same .00, Wleddlnir. N. L.. 4 samo . . . . Royal, C. E., 1 samo 18.00 . muea, 6.00 Crumes, Wayne, 9 same. . . j., J. oauiu. 4.00 ! Westorfleld, A. B., 3 same. Sandofur, V. W., 2 same . . . '4.00H!nes, Arnold, 4 same 2.00 Crowder, C. E 2 same... 6.00Woddlng, Basil, 1 same Stewart, O. J., 3 samo o.uu noover, vj. a., j suiuu 4.00 Crowder, H. T., 4 same.... 2.00 Whobroy, w. A., z same Stowart, R. A., 1 samo . . . Cook, Garlan, 5 Mi same, etc.. 13.75 Hudson, H. C, lMi same.... 4.00 'Ashloy, Hardin, 4 days with Stevens, W. R., 2 samo.... 9.00JHudson, J. D 2Mi same.... 8.00 Cummlngs, Frank, 4Mi same team on road 2.00 . Shavor, Sam, 1 same 4.00 (Hoover, C. A., 4 Mi same... 9.00 Cook, Isom, 2 same 2.00 Samo, 4 Yt samo Tlnsloy, Henry, 1 same . . . 4.00, Hicks, T. I., 3 same 6.00 Ambrose, James, 7 samo . . . 14.00 Cook, Walter, 2 1same Taylor, H. W., 2 same . 2.00 Hefner, Ervin, 1 same same.. 7 4.00 Cummlngs, Jim, , 2 samo 4.00 Alexnndier, Same, 2 samo 4.00 Hicks, Archie, 3 samo 2.00 Sard;, 2 samo 6.00 Addlngton. W. K., 1 same . .lS. Whlttakor, R. L.. 3 samo . . . 2.00 .Hawkins, Lt3o, 4 Mi same.... 4 00 Norman, Camp, 1 same... 3.00 Akin, A. F., 2 samo samo Ward, Oscar, 1 10.00 'Same, 2 Mi samo 5 00 Cooksoy, Odie, G samo samo.. 4.00 Athorton, Frank, 2 Wade, J. O., 2 samo 4.00 Holm, Tomtoie, lMi same. . . . 5 00 Coppage, Murray, 2 sumo.. samo... 2.00 Ashby, Hubert, 2 "Westorfleld, Herbert, 1 same 4 same.... 8.00 Hoagland, Dennis, 2 samo... 6 00 Cook, Lionnle, 2.00 Ashby, H. A., 3 samo Westorflold, Dudley 1 samo . Hoagland, F. M., 2 samo . . . 7 00 Crowder, C. E nails lumber same. . . . 4.00 Ashby, O. W., 3 Westorfleld, Rolllo, 2 same. 35.05 Hlnton, Guy, 6 same, etc.. . . etc 8 00 I Ashby. R. G.. 4 samo Sulphur Springs Xo. 4. 7 00 Carden, Dorwood, 3 da.- with Howe, ado, u samo same Ashby, Martin, 3 Asklns, Ross, 7 full days with 6.00 Hoagland, E. D 3 days With team 8 00 I 14.00 Ashby, E. J. 4 same team t:am 8 00 Crowe, R. W., 2'saraa 4.00. 23.00 Aubry, Hanah, 4 samo Asklns, L. M , 14 same 10 00 Condlt, W. S., 1 same. 2.00 Hawkins, Lee., 1 same 2.00 Ashby, U. C, 6 same Asklns, T. L., 1 samo.. . ... . . 2 00 Condlt, U. S 2 same 4.00 Helm, Joe, 2 Mi same. 6 00 Athlson, B. B., 1 samo Sam;, 2 grading G 00 3.00 Hoover, Arvln, 2 samo. same... Crowe, R. W., 1 Allen, B. F., 3 sante Acton, S. R, 3 da.'S with 8 GO Condlt, U. S.f & same 1.00 Hudson, J. D lMi same. . . . 13.00 Aufftln, Earl, 3 samo etc... ., toam. ' 4 00 Coppage, H. H.,2 same 4.00 Hudson, C. D 2 Mi same etc 6.00 Ashby, H. L., 2 samo Asklns, T. L., 3 samo 7 00 Same, 2 samo samo... 4.00 Howard, Henry, bridge sills 3.00 Arnold, Abljah, 3 Acton, Ira, LMi same 1.00 Hudson, N. C. 1 da. with team same. 9 u , coucn, Jonn, & same 3.00 Allen, Ellsworth 4 Autrey, O. W., 1 same. . . . 3 V same.... 4.00 Hlckey, Archie, 2 same. . . . Cohran, W. C, 2 same 3.00 Arnold. Ira. Bonnott, J. P., lMi same . . . 1 4.00 Helm, Joe, 2 samo samo... Dennis, l. U., z same 2.00Atherton, Frank, Samo, 1 samo 4 12.00 Harden, Fred, 3 same Dotson, E. G., G same i 00 Allen, J. L., 2 samo J3oawoll, A. P., 1 samo 10 2.00 Hudson, Estes, 1 same Danl2l, J. H 1 samo 2.00. Amos, O. U., 6. samo Berry, U. E., 1 samo . . ... . 5.00 Hatfield, James, "2 samo.... 4 oO Amos A. B., 4 same Dodson, E. G., 2 Mi same... Same, 2 eanua 10.00 Howard, S. I., 4 samo Doolln, Mack, 5 same., S.OO Allen, J. L., l samo JJaker, Marvin, 4 s.imo , . . . 4. 12.00 Harder, Ray, 9 samo Davison, Chas., 6 same. 5 00 SanVe, 2 samo Bean, B. 1, 2 Mi sumo 4.00 Dowell, Rufus, 3 Mi .same. . . 10.50 Harl, Dotson, 3 same 4.00 Brownd, W. X., 2 same . . . ... Babbitt, Stevo, 2 same u.uu Dunn, Ed., Mi samo 1.00 Harl, Willie, 6 samo,... 4.00 Boarman, Horbort, 2 samo. . . J3axley, O. E., 2 samo G.OO 4.00 Humble, F. V., 2 samo Duncan, Edgar, 2 same samo etc.. 17.25 Boarman, O. WJ 3" samo Baker Bros, 3 4.00 Duncan, J. M., z same 4.00 Harder, T. A., 4 same 2.00 Brown, Q. O., 2 samo Baker, WUJ, 1 same 4.00 Daniel, James, 1 same.... 2.00 Howo, Abe., 3 same 4.00 Brown, Edgar, 2 samo Baker, Tlco, 2 same ,.. 2.00 Hobbs, II. F., 4 same...... Dodd, Joe, 1 same 4.00 Bell, Carl, sharpening gradSamo, 2 samo 3.50 Davis, C. H., 1 samo 2.00 Huff, ScojU, 6 samo er blades 7.00 same . . Bonnott, J. P., 3 days with 4.00 Hill, S. B 1 same Duncan, J. M., 2 same 3.00 LBroolts, Will, 1 Samo, 1 samo etc. 2 Dabney, V. R.. 4 saml etc . . . 10.00 Hocker, Frank, 4 same toam . . 4,00 , Borry, U. E., 2 samo G 7.50 Haden, Willis, 7 Mi samo..,. Daughonty, W. O., 3 samo etc . 2.00 Brown, S. J., 3 Bame Coombs, Q B., 1 samo samo. . . 13, 4.00 Howard, G. A., 5 sairo Same, 2 same 4.00 Bell, A. T., Jr., 6 o Coy, Boono, 2 samo 8.00 Heflln. J. L.. 2 same Daughorty, O. W 4 samo. . . 4,00 Blair, Walter, 1 sama Cox. Earl, 2 samo samo...,.., lli 4.00 jlnle, Ira, 1 samo Daughorty, Shelby, 2 same. Bell, Jeff, 6 Cox, Earl', G samle 2.00 HosKins, M. M., l same. , . . . Day, H, C, 1 samo 6.00 Brown, A. W.t 2 days with Conner, Bernard, 3 same 4, 2.00 Hocker, Ray,' 2 same Dockory, Aaron, 1 samo. . . toam . . 8.00 C6x, Ellla, 4 samo 4, 9.00 Hodden, W. E 3 samo G.OO Brown, P. F., 2. same Duncan, Everett, 4Ms same., Colo, Ernost, 3 samo . . 16, Daugherty, G. W., 4 samo etc 14.55 Heflln, J. L., 2 samo 3.00 Boll, A. T. Jr., 8 samo samo Duke, It. A., 1 7, 2.50 Hale, Ira, 1 samo Downey, T. E., dynamite . 6.00 Boan, Ollle, 3 Mi samo Dovor, Wilbor, 3 samo 4, 6.00 Hatler, W. W., 6 samo Daughorty, W, 0., 3 samo, . . 8.00 Brown, J. W., 2 samo. . . . , Duff, Otis, 4 samo . . 8, 11.00 Hurt, D., 4 sam,9 2.00 Balloy, Paul, 4 samo Drake, Virgil, 5 Mi samo n,. riiirl1n 1 nnmn . . G, 7.00 Hammons, L. T., 2 same . . . Daniel) Ethel, 3Mi same... Burdott, Robert, 3 samo Duff, Olla, 3 sarote 10, 7.00 Same. 4 same etc Daughorty, J. F.. 3 Mi samo. , Burdctt, Leo, 5 samo Dover, W. A., 3 samo 7, samo. 4.00 .llaycraft, Jesse. 4 Daughorty, W. W., 2 samo . . S.oo Balzo N. R. 2 Mi samo 3 horses Daffrou, J. G 4 samo 10, 4.00 Hockor. Arol. 2 samo Daugh;erty, Butlor, 2 same, . . Butler, C. C, 5 samo Dover, MIlos, 6 samo "'XX 8.00 Hamuions,. L. T., "6 Mi same Daughorty, P. F., 4 samo .. lionnou. Bulllor, diho """ Mrs. T. E. sum, 30 lbs. nails 2, Dover, Chas.. G samo '. 2 4.00, 2.00 and brldgo material.. Daniel, Mack, 2 samo Tlnltnn. Elmer. 1 same . . . 3, G.OO Blckott. John, lMi samo. l.OO Hntlof, W. W., 4 grading. . . . Danlol, Roy, uso of scraper. . Bamo. o Duff, Blanford, samo Hines, Win., 6 samo 4.00 BIckitt, Ernest, Daniel, C. R., 3 Ms days with Duko, R. A., 2 samo 4, 7.00 Hnnlv. N. O.. 1 sanDSi team -. 4.00 Bickett, John, .2 same . Saniia. 2 samo 2, samo.,., 6.00 Hopper, Warren, 1 samo Daniel, O.O., 2 2.00 Bishop, II. E 1 samo... Dalton, Elmor, 1 same 2 8.00 Hoover, II. F., lMi samo... J)augherty, Wolba, 4 same . . "" Brown. Archie, 5 Mi samo . . 4 samo Same, 4,00 Hoskins, Pate, 5 samo etc., samo.. 8,00 Boono, Fred. Davis, Ecu 2 Bamo. Duke, Ernest D 4 samo ,1.00 Davison, J, II., 1 same. . 2,00 Hoalh, P. M., 3 Mi same... 6.00 Browu, P. S., II. 0., 3 same . . Duko, FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY "?, ... ..... 8 00 1 .... 3.00 7.00 7.00 11.00 3.00 12.50 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 12.00 2.50 4.00 10.00 0,oo' 5)50 Hurt, Van 3 samo etc.... liolton, iHitt, j samo , Helton, J. H., 2 samis i .... .... .... .... - .... .... - .... 8,00 ' .... loioo 400 200 4J00 lO.'oo 2,oo 2,'oo 2I00 ,00 5,00 .... I J ........ .... n ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 2oo 400 0,'qo 6.00 2.00 COO 14.00 3.00 10.00 9.00 - 4.00 .... .... .... .... Jeffries, J. N., or I. N., 1 sarnie Jowell, J. E same Johnson, J. W., 2Mi samo. . . Johnson, John, 3 same Jeffries, Conloy 3 Mi same . . 4.00 Jones, A. C, 2 Mi samo.... 12.00 Johnson, J. C, 4 same G Hoovor, Horbort 2 samo..., Same, 1 samo j Hines, T. H GMi same... I Hart Claud, lMt samo 1 samo Hurt, L Hntlcr, Joo, 5 Hi samo die. Harrison, GcorgV, 1 samo rf , . Hines, Aubroy, Mi samo,... Holbrook, G. 8., 4 samo . . . Helm, Boyd, 2 same Houso, V. O., lMt samo Havon, Arthur, 4 Mi samo. , . . Hudson, E. J., 2 samo Haven, Nowt, 3 samo Haven, Hj:nry, 2 samo Hoskins, Jno., 2 samo Hazolrglg, Jno,, 1 samo . Hines, Latan, 3 samo Hunt, V. T., 3 samo etc.. llaycraft, Oda, 2 samo Howard, J. II., 2 same Same, 1 samo llaycraft, Earl, 3 samo Haven, Arthur, 1 Bame . . . Herald, S. F., 1 Mi sarnie 1 same Hudson, E. J., Same, 1 samo Havon, J, W., 1 samo Iglehart, B. F., 4. days with team on roaad Her, J. R 2 same Jolly, Albert, 1 same Jarrnagan, V. L., 2 samo. . . . Johnson, Jim, 4 samo .... I .... .... ... .... .... .... MaT-tlngly, 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 G.OO ..... .... .... .... .... .... ' .... .... ..... .... .... 7.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 4.00 14.50 12.00 2.00 10.00 4.00 5.00 4.00 Jamison, Sam, lMi samo... James, Olla, 1 sama Johnson, Jess, 6 samo Johnson, Arch, 2 same Johnson, Fred, 3 samo Johnson, Ellis lMi samo etc. King, Wilbert, 1 samo King, Zack lMi same Kirk, W. L., 120 ft. br. lbr. Keith, Roy, 4 days with team Keilth, W. H., 8 same King, Charlie, 2 samie King, Wilbert, 2 samo and .... .... .... .... .... ... .... ... 12.00 3.00 2.00 .50 , .... .... 4.00 2.00 G.OO 6.00 4.00 6.00 -- .... ! .... 2.00 3.00 3.00 8.00 1.00 18.00 11.00 G.OO G.OO inn . . , I ' .... .... .... ........ .... .... .... 4.00 1.00 6.00 10.00 10.00 4.00 8.00 12.00 1.00 G.OO 8.00 1.00 8.00 31.90 10.00 10.00 13.00 6.00 i .... ' .... .... .... .... 4.00 8.00 2.00 8.00 6.00 3.00 5.00 .- .... .... 900 6.00 0 2.00 9.00 6.00 J ..,.... t ...... .... 3.00 4.00 4.00 12.40 12.00 6.00 2.00 6.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 2.00 2.00 .- ... ..... .... .... .... J .... ...... ..... .... ...... .... .... ..... .... .... ........ .... i 1- -4 ...... 12-0- ......... .... ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... ,.,.,.. .... .... ..... .... , 2. ...;.. .... .... 4.00 4.00 6.00 2.00 4.00 8,00 18.00 6.00 13.00 lumber 4.00 Moseley, Eldred, 2 same... samo 8.00 Mldkiff, Buel, 3 6.00 McKinley, Charles, 2 same.. 8.00 McQuary. T. E., brldgo sills day with 12.00 Mlnskey, Tom, team on road 8.00 Murray, Joe, Mi samo 15.00 McMalar, G. W., 2 Bame . . . . 10.00 Miller, J. J., 2 days with 4.00 team on roa3 Miller, Otto, 2 same Moseloy, Ira, 3 same 4.00 McQuary, T. E., 1 same 6.00 Moseley, Ira, 3 samo ,4.00 jrinskey. Lon, 5 same 2.00 Miller. H. R., 2 samo 12.00 Mldkiff, W. V., 3 samo 8.00 Meadow, Elo, 1 samo 4.00 Murphy, Earl, 1 samo 8.00 Murphy, J. R.. 5 samo ........ Maddox. J. W., 2 samo 4.00 samo, 1 same . . . . same. . . McCarty, J. W., 31.50 McCarty, W. B., 1 same 12.00 McCarty, Walter, lMi samo. . 10.00 McCarty, Hub., 2 samo Montgomery Bros., 3 Mi same same Kirk, A. M., 2 Kirk, Alvey, 1 same King Wilbert, 1 samo King, Rufus, 1 samo Keith, C. R., 4 samo Kirk, Robert, lMi same.... Kirk, Forest, 3 same Sam'?, 1 Mi samo Kelly, A. H 1 same Keown, W. T., 2 same Kelley, Alvey, 3 Mi samo Keown, G. S 6 samo Kirk, Reat, 3 days with team, Keown, F. V., 4 same.... Kelley, W. B., 4 sam,9 Same, lMi samo Same, 4 samo . . v. Keown, Everett, 3 samo Kelley, Roach, 2 Mi same . . . Keown, 'R. F., 1 same ; Samo, 1 same Keown, Floyd, 2 same Kesslnger, Fred, 2 same.... Kesslnger, Alfred 1 same. . . KIper, Vinson, 1 samo Kitchens, GMi same Kessingjer, James, 2 same . . . Lane, Cicero, 2 samo Lloyd, Jasper, 2 same.... , Same, 4 same Lake, Frank, 7 samo Loyd, Tommy, 2 samo Loyd, Arch, 1 samo Llndsoy, Wave, 1 same Legrand, C, 6 sam(9..... Lanaham, J. F., 6 samo Same, 2 same Leisure, Harlan, 1 samo.... Leisure, A. W., 1 same Langtord, Wi. I., samo Langford, Everett, 7 same.. Long, Ed., lMi samo Leach, J. H.,3 samle samo Samo 1 Langford, W. I., 3 same... Leach, N. D., 5 same Leach, James, 4 samo. . . . , . Loyd, Felix, 3 samo Lonoy, Emmilt, 2 samo Same, 2 samp "days with Loney, Geo., 1 team on roada Leach, W. L., 6 same Lyons, C. B., dynamite, fuse caps etc Lanham. Elc, 1 da with team Loney, Emmitt, 1 same Lanham, J. R., 3 samo same, 8 same same.... Leach, C. W., 2 Leach, Jake, 2 same Leach, H. B., 1 same Leach, J. N., 1 same Leach, H. B., 4 same u2ach, J. N., Mi same Leach, D. C, 4 samo Leach, L. C, 2 same Moseley, R. C, 2 same Marlow, Lorenzo, 4 samo. . . . Myers, N. F., 3 samo samo. . . . Maples, Orson, 3 Marlow, Loney, Mi samo.... samo Martin, C. L Moseley, W. A, 4 samo Moseley, Otis 4 same same. . . McKinley. J. C, 4 Bame.... Martin, Fred, 1 Morgan, C. W.,v2 same Moseley, E. K., 2 samo, . . . Martin, Charlie, lMs samo. . . Mason, E. B 2 samo Magan, O. C, 1 samo Mosoley, Clyde, Mi eamo and putting In bridges.... ..... .... .... .... .... ....... .... .... .... 20 0 .... 0 ltt .... ..... 0 2.0Q jsame .!7 3.O0 Martin, H. B 1 same 13.00 Montgomery, "J. B., 3 samo.. 7.00 Muffett, Roy, 2 samo . . .7 agdotc 7.25 Miles, Haydon, 1 samo 6.00 Martin, Wilbur, 3 same... 4.00 Miles, II. T., 4 samo 4.00 Mitchell, E., 2 samo 2.00 Matthows, Frank, 2 Mi same . 13.00 Marlow, Waller, 8 same... 3.00 Smith, Miles, Mi same 2.00 Mltcholl, Ellayor, 2 same.. 15.00 Marlow, Loronzo, 2 samo. . . . 2.00 Muffett, Roy , 7 samo 1.00 ,'w.iriow, Ethel, 11 Bamo... 8.00 Morris, Maaon,- - 4 same 4.00 Monroe, A. S., 1 same 3.00 Monroo, Birch, 1 same 9.00 j Monroe, J. B., 7 same... . 4.00 Moore. Bonnie. 1 U, nnmn 6.00 Mitchell, Fred, lMi days with toam on road 4.00 4.00 Millor, Prlco, lMi, Bamo.... 2.00 Millor, O. D., 4 same 6.00 Martin, W. E 5 same., 8.00 Maddox, A. L., 5 samo 4.00 Maddox, E. II., 2 same U. R.imn. . . . 4.00 Martin. D. W-2.00 Murphy, C. II., 6 same... 6.00 Murch. W.S..iau.samn 3.00 Murch, E. E., 3 samo 3.00 Marlow, Juss, 3 samo 2.00 Samo, l samo 2.00 Monroo, II. E 4 samo 2.00 Morris, Jim, 3 same Mattlngly, Jesso, 2 samo. . . . 8.00 Morris, Granvillo, 7 Mi samo 4.00 Morris, C, 1 samo same.rrrr 2.00 Miller, Joo, 3 4.00 Miller. W. M.. 3U, samn... same... 8.00 Mllh,r, Jack, 2 2.00 Mattlngly, J. E., 2 samo same.... 12.00 Miller, Ben., 1 5.00 Miller, Jack, 5 samo etc.... 6.00 Miller, J. E., 9 same etc.... 7.00 Miller. Nolon. 4V, nnmo.... 5.00 Mllllgan, Everdtt, 3 samo and lumber 8.00 3.00 Millor, O. D., 1 samo ....".. 2.00 McDowell, Roy, 1 samo 12.00 Mauzey, E. S., 2 samo,... 4.00 Martin, Emtnitt, 1 samo.... 6.00 Mllburn, J. N., 5 samo 3.60 Miller, Hiram, 1 same 2.00 Same. 2 samo samo. . . . 3.00 Moorman, C. II., 4.80 Samo, 2 same 8.00 Martin, Wade, 1 sana ...".. 16.00 Samn. 2 nnmn 4.00 Norrls, Joseph, 2 days with team on road 18.00 Norrls, C. D., 2 samo 6.00 Noel. C. C. 2 V.. samn 2.00 Norrls, Earl, lMi same.... 2.00 Northern, 11. U., 3 samo. . . . 2.00 Ncal, Will, 3 samo 8.00 Newton. Jamea. 5 samo 3.00 Neal, J. A., 2 same 6.00 Neal. J. A.. 6 same 3.00 Nelson, Leslie, 2 samo 2.00 Norrls, G. R., 3 samo 4.00 Nicklison, J. M., 1 samo . . . 7.00 Nantz, Clem, lMi samo.... 12.00 Newcomb, J. T., 1 Mi samo ,tc 6.00 Nantz. J. M.. 2 samn 9.00 Owen, Evan, 1 samo 8.00 Owon, R. A., 300 ft. brdg. lbr. 3.00 Oglesby, Llnnie, 1 same 8.00 Same. 2 same same 6.00 Same, 1 sanwi 5.00 Owen, W. A., 1 2.00 Overton. Walter. 4 samo . . . 2 same 2.00 Szme, 5.00 Oiler, Robert, 5 same 4.00 Owen, Roy. Vt same. , 2.00 Pank, W. H., 5 Mi same.... 2.00 Pharns. Tony. 6 same 11.00 JPhoman, Clanence Mi same. 4.00 Phillips, Homer, 4 same. 4.00 Phillips, Arthur 4 same... 4.00 Patton, Aldra, 1 same 8.00 Patton, Ernest, lMi same... 14.00 Phlstor, S. G., 2 same 4.00 Samo, 2 same same.. 2.00 Patton, Ernest, 4 2.00 Same, lumber 10.00 Pollard, Charlie, GJMi days with team 12.00 4.00 Pollard, Grant, 2 sama 2.00 Petty, Jack, 2 same 2.00 Pierce, L. A., 4 same 6.00 Patton, Aldra, 2 samo 14.00 Patton, J. L., 5 samo 3.00 Payne, B. L., 1 samo 6.00 Same, B. J., 2 same 3.00 Payne, Charlie, 3 same . . . G.OO Payne, Leslie, 1 same 10.00 Pillow, W. H., Mi samo. . . . 8.00 Phllllns. Will. 2 samo o'.OO Pillow, W. H., 1 samo 4.00 Rnmn. 1 nnmn 4.00 Phegloy, Owen, 2 Mi samo... Patterson, V. B., 3 same . . . same. 3.00 Payton, Cortus, "3 E. R.. 12.00 Powers. NeUer, 1 same 1 same Person, 4.2 G Samo, l samo same 2.00 Pollard, Aaron, 2 samo etc. . 5 2.00 Plummer, H. N., 6 samo . . . G.OO Plummer, J. H amu. Teu, 1G 00 i ortor, 2 same . . . 7 00 Patterson, John, o samo 4 00 Payton, uortis, 1.00 Kiugway, w. j., j saiuo samjei. 12 2.00 Reynolds, W. F., 3 John, 8.00 Raymond, F., 2 same samo.. 1.00 Ralph, J. . 8.00 Reynolds, L. W lMi same J. F., 4.00 Ralph, 5 samo2 samo . ., Same, 4.00 TJalnV TTnnrv. ZV, . samn 8.00 3 samo. . 6.00 Jtalph, James, A., same 7.00 bame, 1.00 Rhoados, Zlbe, 21 samia Rlcheson, 1.00 Richmond, Jno., 4samo . . . Adam, 8.00 Roagand, S. M 3 same. same.... 8.00 nhnmlM S C... 2 same 9.00 Rhoads, Zlbe, 2 same 3.00 aay wipn u., 4.00 Rhoades, s. road l team on 6.00 samo.. Charlie, 3 3.00 Roach, Marlon, lMi same. . . . 4.00 Roach, 5 same 2.00 RIardon, J. T., Robinson,. Harmon, 2 same . 1 9.70 Ralph, Jessie, 2 Misamo . . . samo. 4.00 Russell, F. T., Same, nails 7.00 same D2 .4.00 Ralph, W, Dudley. 3 Mi samo, . . . 6.00 Ralph, Reynolds, J. M., 8 samo 1 same . . . 1.00 Reynolds, B. E., samo Rico, Floyd, 2 1.00 Royal, F. L 2 Mi samo, etc. 4.00 Same, 6 samo Royal, I. C 3 samo 4.00 Royal, E. W., 3 Mi same... 4.00 Rhpads, J. H., 0 same.... 6.00 Rhoades, James, 1 same.... 2.00 Rusher, R. A., G same 6.00 Rusher, W. S., 5 same... 10.00 I7la Tl V . 1 U. snmn HP, I ItlchardB, W. C, 1 same .'. . . , HP. Hobs, Alvln, J. samo .uw Tins. W. n.. 1 samo 2.00 Rowe, II. D 2 samo 10.00 Rogers, W. T., 2 same 4.00 Romans, Richard 1 samo... 2.00 Ronfrow J. C: 4 V samo . . . 3.00 Iltalley, Lon, 4 same 2.00 uaiteriy, w. a., samo.,,. 3.00 Romans, Richard, 2 samo. 4.00 Ragland, T, A.. 1 &amo Ragland, T. W., 3 samo 7.50 Rowo, Ura, 5 Mi samo...., 2.00 Rendor, J. E., 2 bame 6.00 ' (Continued next'week.) 4.00 2.00 7.09 8.00 4.00 G.OO 16.0O-1.0- .... .... 4.00 4.00 14-.0- 0 22.00 8.00 2.00 2.00 14.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 4.00 3.00 10.00 25.00 6.00 G.OO .... 1 2.00 8.00 6.50 4.00 1G.00 .... 2.00 7.00 7.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 10.75-- 27.00 9.00 16.49 2.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 10.00 2.00 4.00 1.00 4.00 2.00 .... '4.00 G.OO 4.00 4.00 3.00 G.OO .... 6.00 10.00 4.00 12.00 4.00 G.OO .... .... .... ... .... '2.00 3.00 5.00 4.00 2.00 9.00 2.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 8.00 4.00 10.00 1.00 11.00 12.00 1.00 8.00 8.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 9.00 1.50 11.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 4.00 10.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 2.00 1.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 G.OO .... ...... J .... .... ... 7.00 2,00 2.00 2.00 10.50" 10.00 3,00 4.00 10.00 6,00 25.00 25.00 4.00 3.00" 4.00-- ! is .... ... .... 4.00 10.00 G.OO .... 7.00 14.00 4.00 2.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 5.00 2.00 7.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 G.OO '10.00 .... .... .60 5.00 7.00 1G.00 ..... '..... ... ..... "4.00 2.00 4.00 7.00 12.00 6.00 7.00 20.00 2.00 10.00 10.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 9.00 8.00 8.00 2.00 G.OO ! 5 00 ...... 11.00 4.00 Armed Guards Driving Back Starving Hordes r I SIT DOWN A MINUTE AND THINK Look nt Size Up Your Condition. tho Facts Squarely. IT PAYS TO HAVE GOOl) HEAITH - . Most flliifssos Arc Prevented by u flood .Supply of Blch,-HcBlood i, Take tho llcil Btood Builder. d Pcpto-.M.iiiani- RED LINE with the Either you nro In good health or you aro not. Thero's no half way. You may think nothing of being a run down. It may not worry you It you, look pale. You may think youll bo all right tomorrow or the Ht-t- lo round the top twji' ' WMP WW ' m, 4& JrM Mj2f -- Copyright JK1. Undorwood A Undorwooa. ot victims of the MILLIONS worst cnlnmlty rovo the northern Provinces of Clilnn, famine stricken. They began area only to leave the drouglit-stilckeafter even the leaver and bark of trees dad been consumed as food. They trekked toward the richer dis n The railroads carried the free. The human Inundation, however, threatened to enuse famine and armed cordons began to turn back the hungry horde toward their old Homes where they must perls-by thousands dally" unless aided. There are 13,000,000 persons In the tricts, h suf-fore- rs famine zone, the gi eater number of whom have neither ndequato clothing nor fuel, while 15,000,000 of them have no food at all. The death rate nlready Is 15.000 a day, with a typhus epidemic inevitable. s. Joseph Burgo, 0 Board of Trade building, Louisville, Is Treasurer, and the Itev. Dr. 12. Y. Mulllns Is chairman of the China Famine Fund. DOGS ONCE CALLED VERMIN Real Beer for Bavarfa. v Only In Comparatively Recent Years Have They Received Recognition Under English Laws. Our laws regarding dog bites, which Judge Cluer declares to be full of anomalies, arc all of modern date, tn.vs nt-BIt- There seems to be no reference to dogs In any lnw passed before the accession of Queen Victoria. In a case heard by Mr. Justice Eliot In 1535 it was ruled that dogs were vermin, and for that reason the church would not degrade itself by talcing tithes of them. Nor was a dog the subject of lvrceny at common law, the ruling being that "a man shall not haug for a dog." Parliament first tcgan to notice dogs In 183S, by passing a statute Increasing "the resources of civilization" ngalnst the lawless doings of Irish curs. Ten years Inter, dog lighting, bull baiting and bear baiting were prohibited by parliament Between 1854 and 1882 no fewer than eight statutes w ere passed regulating Ihe condition and social status of tho dog, one of which placed him In a position of n taxpayer. In addition to these which applied throughout tho United Kingdom a special net was framed to g curb tho propensities of dogs In Scotland. sheep-worryin- The Bnvarkin breweries nre to resume the production of beer with an alcoholic content of eight per cent, nccordlng to n statement made on August 5 by the Bavarian minister ot ngrlculture, following his return from a meeting In Berlin, where the general food situation of the nation had Woman Water Carrier. been discussed and certnln plans for Tho "fellaha," the woman water tho future agreed on between the na- "carrier, for centuries nn Institution in tional nnd state authorities. He also the Holy land. Is threatened with exsaid that tho dally bread ration was tinction because of the use of water to be raised from 200 grams to 300 carts, growlritf popular through tho degrams per capita and that tho state mands of sanitary measures. control of the egg market was to be The picturesque water carrier, gliddropped In October. ing along the streets In her colorful costume, with a vnse of wnter balFleet to Hunt Sponges. anced on her head, may soon ticcomo The enormous rise In prices of a memory. sponges has Induced Italian ship owners to construct many new craft for sponge New Antiseptic Discovered. gathering, tho fleet setting forth from At Bellevue hospital, New York, they Sfax, the sponge market, numbers nre using a new antiseptic, discovered some CO vessels this year, In contrast by F. A. Mnrdon, a graduate frurse. to 30 In previous enmpaigns. writos who has been working on It for 25 United Stntes Consul Cooklngham of years. It is called cblorsal and is Tunis. The sponges gathered dunuff similar to several other antiseptics, the summer campaign now In progress but has the great advantage over them will, It Is expected, bring at least 50 of not being affected by exposure to francs per kilo to the Sfnx market. the air. Baby's Dire Peril. Mother nnd little Kathryn were upstairs when they heard "little sister fall off the couch. Kathryn said": "O, mother. If that baby doesn't stop fatt- P. T. A. AND C1VIO BODY FOB SHADE ing she's going to ruin herself." next day. But will you? Certain It is when you do not feel Just right, you nro not right. Thnro is probably something the matter wjth your blood. And whllo you can got around and .do your work you nre leaving yourself open to any of tho diseases that aro alwajfi vvajtlng to (ako possession of run down people, When you nro palo and easily tir ed, when you cannot enjoy your nioals, when you lose enthusiasm, your blood needs attention. n Take for awhllo. It Is a great tonic. It will build up your resistance to disease, and you will soon feel stronger. Tho llttlo They red corpuscles nro fighters. battle with dlseaso germs and "In out when thero aro enough of thorn. Keep your system well supplied. Then you will keep well and' you will enjoy life. But bo certain you get tho genuino Ask for It by tho full ." name 'Gudo's Somo peoplo take it fit tablet form. It Is so convenient. Tho liquid and tho tablets havo tho same medicinal val ue. Look for tho name "Gude's" on tho package. (Advertisement.) j Pepto-Mnnga- More farmers nre wearing Goodrich Rubber Footwear today than ever before. Tho reason for this tremendous increase in users is simple Goodrich wears longer than other footwear, and farmers have found it out. Naturally, when n man buys a pair of Goodrich and they last so much longer and are so much more comfortable, and so materially cut down that big footwear bill-- he's going to tell his friends. More and more farmers are finding out that Goodrich won't leak, peel or come apart it can't, for it is made in Ono Solid Piece that's the Goodrich way. Look for the Red Line 'round the Top when you buy60,000 dealers are now selling Goodrich. "Hi-Pres- . r1 THE B. F. GOODRICH RUDDER COMPANY "" Akron. OHIO -- Pepto-Manga- n. Pepto-Mangan- Goodrich Hi-Pre- ss Rubber Footwear Starving China's Cry (This picture is copyrighted In a recent issue of tho Republi can Mr. I, D. Claire, writing from Central City, in 'Beads Oddly Strung''' very appropriately called attention of the Hartford Citizenry to tho need of planting shade trees and shrub-- ! hery In. our town. Wo were called upon by tho Pres-- i ident of tho P. T. A., and informed! that the organization had previously taken steps In that direction, thafri committee had been appointed to meet with the Fisca Court, and a Joint committee had resulted thereby. Another committee had also been designated to meet with tho City Council and that prospects were In a fair way to attain tho desired results While thero is no intention or de sire to make a personal request pub lic, yet we were asked to invite' Mr. Claire to mall, bring or send his ONE DOLLAR on, as it would be needed. .. Prominent Western Man Praises Tanlac e ' ; fcERALYO. Mr. and Mrs. Hlpsloy RIggs, of Heflln, were guests of Mrs. Biggs' brother, Ernest Elder3, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Everley and children, of Klmbley Mines, are visiting Mr. Everley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Everley. Miss Loreno Everley, Mr. Thomas Hill entered Morris and Douglas school nt Bockport last Monday. Mrs. W. S. Hill, Mrs. R. E. Eudaloy and Mrs. J. H. Wood attended tho Eastern Star at Central City, Friday. Mr. C. B. Everley was in Hartford one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Elders, of Heflln, aro visiting tholr son, Elders. Miss Hazel Brown, who has had throat trouble is better now. Miss Ora Everley is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fulkor- son, of Nolson. Mrs. C. P. Morris visited her mother, Mrs. Decker, of Bockport, ono day last week. Mr. J. T. Morris Is quite sick at this time. Mr-Erne- by Underwood & Underwood) ti :M WOULD SELL AT THAT PRICE Broker Declined & ' Further to Walt for Any In Quotations on Prepared Foods. Advance re& k A prominent urb broker, wishing to make his lunch period as brief ns possible, forsook Ills accustomed restaurant, a very exclusive place, for n "trust system" buffet. Glancing up at tho price board, he noted "Pot Boast Beef with Corn Muffins; 80 cents," which lie ordered. " As he himself to n vacant place nt one o'f tho tables, he again turned Ids gaze to the hoard, where ho noticed nn attendant was now doing some sleight-of-hanwork. With much astonishment he beheld the 30, denoting the price of "P. B. B. with C. M. common" dexterously chnnged to a 35. When he had sufficiently recovered from the shock, with plate of victuals In hand, ho approached tho food trader, nnd indignantly inquired ns to the causo of the sudden chango In price. "Why, I bought this hardly three minutes ngo," ho protested, "when it wns quoted 30." The lunch room profiteer smartly "I know, but the asked price lsnovv S5." o "Well," shot back the broker, "I thero's every Indication of n further rise, but I guess I'll get out now. You can tell this for mo prlco and keep jour commission out of the proceeds." Wnll Street 'Journal. "rclf-servedd sup-posnL-th- G. W. Logan, Penbody, Kansas 5IASTEB COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Vs; Notice of Sale. Rough River Lumber Company, Defendant. Pursuant to a Judgment and order ot sale ontored in the above styled action at the November, 1920, term of the above styled court, directing "CHINA'S MADONNA OF MISERY1 n me as commissioner ot the said court a, posttr oontrltmtleaf lithographed, by Hnry Raleigh Sravro nd ;to sell the hereinafter described prop, Chinas lieornuaj upper right . usotr lift "ramlne." dtoloUd la 'erty for the purposo of paying the Ctlna'g Cry "rleas Kilpi" Judgment of tho plaintiff, J. B. Wade, ORE than 10,000,000 persons planted for tho fall crop. Tho droutli against the defendant, Rough River Lumber Company, in ihe sum of In tho llvo fumlno "trlckcn continued and their last hope $2000.00, with interest thereon at tho proUnecs of north central rato of 6 per cent per annum from Then America awoko to the fact that tho 30th day ot March 1020 until China face starvation and of this numfor ber 15,000,000 now aro subsisting on 13,000,000 poi&ons woro without ade- paid, I will offer bidder,salo to the. highest and best at public dry leaves, dry grass and bark from quate clothing or fnol and 15,000,000, outcry, at tho court houso door in lacking theo necessities 6f Haitford, Ky on Monday tho 7th day besides tieos. of March, 1921, it being tho first day Drouth killed tho crops a year and a II fo, havo not a mouthful of food. Dr. E. Y. Mulllns, piosldent of the of tho regular March term of tho halt ago. There Is no Mirplus in ChiOhio Circuit Court, at about the hour Beml-limcrops; her gieat pop- tjDiiUutin Baptist Tlioologk-a-l na's of 12:30 o'clock P, M., upon a credit Is ehulrman of the China Viiinlno of six and twelvo months, tho followulation loriulroH this double bounty I'und which Is collecting fundu in Ken- ing described real .estato, lying and of nature to live. tucky to sent Iiiiiuudlatuly to tho fam- being' in Ohio County, 'Ky., on tho sumiiior ine xoub In" Chliui) Joioph Burge, 0 waters of Rough River and houndod Tho 'drouth continued tho eroii uoor nm tsilullaud, With the Board of Tradu Building, Louisville, Is as follows: "Beginning at 'a stako or stons la LgrmtQet fortitude the people thou uea&urcr. J. Plaintiff. Landed Freak Fish. A wonilod marine nionMor blundered Into tho net of n San Diego, Cal not long ago. On being pulled Into the (lulling smnck by the astonished captain, it was found to measure a little' more than 1R feet long, and In general configuration to leseinblo a ghark, reports Popular Mechanics Magazine. Its upper juw was surmounted, however, by a clumsy looking horn of wild hone. A mouth after ls destruction In u fertilizer plant, a prominent scientist notified the fishing captain that ho hud caught u feiimlo of tho tpopios basking Mujrk, of which only six nio known to luive boen tnkon during the history of the world's fishing Midi-rm- M' van-Ibhc- "Tanlac has completely restored my health and I feel finer than in years," was tho straightforward statement mado recently by Air. Ocorgo W. Logan, of Peabody, Kansas, ono of tho most prominent stock-doaleIn tho Middle West. "It has not only made a now man of mo but I have actually gained thlrty-flv- o pounds in weight and feel as well as I over did In my life. I am tolling all ot my friends about Tanlac .but thoy can see for themselves what ifhas done for me. "When I began taking Tanlac I n condiwas in an awfully tion. I wns away off In woighht, felt weak and nervous all of tho time and couldn't tako any interest in my work or anything else. My main troublo. was Indigestion. Nothing rs run-dow- scorned to agree with mo. At times I would havo dizzy spoils and at other times my back would ncho so bad that I could hardly get up and down in my chair. This is Just the condition I was In when I started to tako this mediclno. It took Just six bottles to mako a well man of mo. I now havo a flno appetite, everything tastes good and my digestion Is perfect. "My wife was also troubled with Indigestion at times and it relieved her the same way. You may publish my fitatonjent wherever you llko and it an'yono doubts It, Just toll them to see me." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean; In Beavor Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr.; and insMcIIenry by S. J. TIchonor. Advertisement. oxecuto bonds In equal installments, duo in six and twolvo mdnth. bearing interest at tho rato of G per cent per annum from date until paid and to havo tho force and effect ot a judgment. A lion will also bo retained to fiuthor securo the payment ot said bonds. Glvou undor my, hands as Master Commissioner ot the Ohio Clrcdlt . r JjidMry. v 'tho lino of Jesse Warden land; thenca N. Vj E. 89 rods and 8 links to a stako on tho side ot a drain; thence S. 88 E. 182 rods and 20 links to a stake or stono; thonco S. 1 W. 88 rods and G links to a stako or stone on tho point of n ridgo: thonco N. W. 96 rods and 17 links to a 88 stone; thenco N. 1U E. 40 rods to W. 20 rods a tono; thenqo N. 88 to n atone; thonco S. 1V4 W. 40 rods W. CO to a stono ; thenco N. 88 rod'ii and 8 links to tho beginning, , combining 93 Vj acres." Tuo purchaser will be requlrod to 'Court,1 This tho 10th day of February, 1921, " OTTOC. MARTIN. M. 0. R. E, Lee Slmmorman, Attorney. , I