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Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 36 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ding, Arvln l3arly, Clarenco Howard, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921. of Costa Rica, together with an armFARM LOAN ACT ed launch wero captured, The U. S. DECLARED VALID has started action to prevent further hostilities, which, It Is hoped, will Our neighboring cityf Beavor Dam, prevent further trouble betwoen In the hardest fought basket ball tho game ovor witnessed on tho local was visited by a destructive fire dur- two llttlo Southern Republics. Supremo Court Holds Congress no floor, and perhaps tho boat played ing, the lattor part of last Friday Authority To Establish A contest over seen here, tho Hartford night, which consumed tho Commer Land Banks. The Supremo Court upholds the High School Qulntetto took tho sec- cial Hotel building and tho entire validity of tho Farm' Loan Act by an Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Smiley and Mr. ond gamo from the fast Madison, contents, owned by Harrison Flener, opinion rendered Monday, which Eddyville. Washington, Feb. 28 Tho Federal: Ind., High School .Team on last together with barber shop outfit In carries with it approval ot George'Karnoy, of Denver Colo. that porThursday night, tho other gamo hav- tho building, owned andoperated by tion of the act, or ruling to have Farm Loan act was held constitutional today by tho Supreme' Court. This ing been staged the night previous, as Guy Hazelrlg. Tho building own tho Land Banks' bonds IRA JONES ANNOUNCES nontaxable. Is the act under which land banks, I Owonsboro Inquirer FOK REPRESENTATIVE roportod last wcok. The Hoosior ed by E. J. Tllford, together with the Resumption of Farm-Loa- n activities woro established to extend loans to by Gordon may be looked for at an early date. flvo camo back strong and held tho stock therein, owned "When tho petit Jury was finally dis" farmers. In this Issue, the announcement of local boys steady thruout the gamo. Chinn; tho building owned by John charged In circuit court Into SatuMillions of dollars in loans to At tho end Of tho first period tho Pierce, In which was a stock of groEvidence procured by Dry Agents rday afternoon, ono of tho busiest Ira Jones, of Arnold, for tho Repub- scoro stood farmers have been held up pending and with less than 6 ceries etc., owned by J. F. Allen and In raids when not equipped with Ucrms of court that Judge Slack has lican nomination tor Representative of tho court in this caso, hold for sovcrnl terms practically may bo found, Mr. Jones has been minutes to1C--go, In tho latter half the a stocK oi army goods owned by search warrants can not bo used In which was brought by Charles W. during these last few Luclcn Sandefur; Dulldlng'owned prosecutions of tho accused, and con engaged In teaching during tho past scoro was ennio to an end. Whllo thero will bo Darrass, or Barrass heirs, victions had on such evidences in Smith, a stockholder In tho Kansas a short session of court held Monday twclvo years, having taught four minutes Ellis lor tho locals threw a. throw from near In which was located tho restaurant violation of the constitution, was City' Title & Trust Company, afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, and anoth-- r consecutlvo years in his homo district goal, a an Injunction to restrain that or scsalon next Saturday, tho court Is during that period. Ho Is active and the left center of the court which and stock of Charllo Peters, shoe neiu uy mo supremo uourt In an institution from investing its funds wont true to tho mark, a freak shot, ropalr shop, equipment etc., owned by opinion handed down Monday. " "virtually over. well equipped for tho position ho In bonds Issued by tho Farm Loan L. Leach, together with sow During tho term, tho grand jury seeks and has a wide acquaintance perhaps, but it sent the tans Into bed- Mrs, H. Banks. lam, as wild as "March Hares." Thon ing machines etc., owned by W. P. MARRIAGE LICENSES rcturnod 51 Indictments and all of among tho teaching profession withThe act was attacked on tho Crowo caged another Held throw in Thojnas. Several of the surrounding in tho County. tho persons convicted and fined, tho last few minute sof play, just buildings were considerably damaged Frank Thomas, Rockport, Ky to ground that Congress was without In ono Instance grew out of truo constitutional authority to establish. before tlmo was called, making the as were the stocks of goods, merchan- Norma Cartrlght, Rockport, Ky GET HEADY FOIl TAG DAY "bills returned at this term of court. points 19 to 15 in favor of tho home dise etc., carried out In order to preElmer Hatler, Roslne, to Berdle J'arm Loan Banks and to exempt their Nino persons woro cohvlctod of bonds from taxation. Justice Day, vent possible loss bjr spread of tho M. Ragland, Roslne. felony charges and given sentences Tho Civic Welfare Committee of boys. llno-u- p was the same as in tho fire. The to)tal loss $3 estimated The Chester Hudson, Balzetown, to At-tl- e who rendered tho opinion for tho Jn the penitentiary. Of this number tho P. T. A., has designated Monday, gamo court, said the power of Congress to of the previous night, with around $30,000 with only a smnll Romans, Balzetown. six nro white, and threo colorod. Two March 7, as tag day. Every man, Splllman, of Madison and Foreman, percentage of Insurance carried on Ellis Shrevo, Fordsvlllo, to Deenlo establish banks had in a broad sense wero granted now trials. Of those woman and child In Hartford is exbeen upheld by the Supreme Court in Hartford, alternating as referoo some of tho destroye dproperty. Casey, Fordsvlllo. convicted, six will begin serving tholr pected to wear a tag. Thoso who aro1 of the days of Chief Justice Marshall. m o- and umpire. Tho gamo was wild lmmodlatoly. to bo adorned with tho badgo of terms nt Eddyvillo Tho court In sustaining Federal SCHOOL NEWS. and fast, but no rough stuff was BEAVER DAM DRUG CO. These aro James Barkor, whlto, houso honor must pay to tho tagger 10 pulled by either team a gentlemancourt decrees dismissing Injunction DRAWS FIRST PRIZE Croaking, ono year; Einmett V .Web- conts, proceeds of tho tag sale to be On Tuesday evening The Landls proceedings brought by Mr. Smith, ly contest from start to finish. ber, white, robbory, ono year; Floyd used for tho, bottermont of Hartford. Tho Beaver Dam Drug Company, Orchestra entertained at the Collego also held that Congress had tho auLocal fans and players were unani Dale Pratt, white, uttering forged Carry your dlmo In your hand Monmous in praising tho Hoosler outfit of Beaver Dam, which concern han- Hall. This number came to us in thority to exempt the bonds of tho check, two years; Clarenco Jones, day morning, so that no tlmo may bo bunch of dles the Louisville Herald at that place of the Dunbar Bell ringers, who bank from taxation. as a clean, sportsman-lik- o whlto, uttering forged check, two lost In tho tagging. Tho court divided C to 2, Justices hope that they may place, recently received a cash prize wore to fill an appointment hero some good"tellows and .years; Fred Taylor, colored, houso of $50.00 for being first in line of weeks ago. It was highly appreciat- Holmes and McReynolds dissenting, date. return .breaking, two years and Plgglo Low-I- s, 1IEKT IS MENTIONED all the Herald Agencies for maintain ed but was not tho success It would Justice Brandels took no part In conFOlt G. O. P. CILUIULVX HONORED CITIZEN PASSES colored, grand larceny, ono year. ing a .33G per cent gain In Louisville have been had tho lights in the build- sidering the caso. Justices Holmc3 AUlrldgo Appciils. and McReynolds held that tho. NINETY-FIFT5DILE STONE Sunday Heralds sold from Nov. 14th, ing not gono out. Washington, March 1 Republican "cause" should have been dismissed Jack Aldrldgo who was convicted 1920 to February 13th 1921. XXX -- bn tho chargo of Bteallng whisky leaders arriving hero for tho Inaugum Mr. W. D. Render, City, celebrated Mr. Rowan Holbrook visited the by tho court as being solely within tho LIGHTNING FIRES BARN. from tho Hugh Herr farm and given ration said today they expected Will tho 95th anniversary of his birth nt Civics class Thursday afternoon and scopeof Missouri courts. In anticipation of the decision or 10 years, and Robert Lowery, color- II. Hays, who has been selected as his homo Sunday. "Undo Billlo" Is spoke on "Banking and Money'. Hl3 During the electrical storm of late talk was very beneficial and inspiring the court in this caso, the House on ed who was given flvo years for rob- Postmaster General, to announce well preserved mentally and Is reSaturday postponed until tomorrow a. ' bing Lovy's storo, will tako their soon his retirement as chairman of markably active physically for ono of Wednesday evening, lightning struck to the class. vote on a section of the Sundry Civil years. Barring soma a barn belonging to N. M. (Jack) cases to tho court of appeals. Judg-ino- tho Republican National Committee. his advanced xxx and A. T. Hort, of Kentucky, of sentonco In their cases was Mr. Render ought Russell, oHetlin, completely destroy Thursday morning and afternoon Bill authorizing the Treasury to purUtiles, of New York, aro uriforscen attack, Charles D. peo ing it. As' telephone connection with the Madison, Ind., High School Bas- chase $200,000,000 worth of farm suspended for 6 days. to survive boyond the that community could not bo had ket Ball team visited tho school. loan bonds. Tho Supreme Court's John Mllburn, whlto, who was in- among thoso mentioned prominently riod in life, and his many friends Jointly with Dorrls Hawkins, as successors to Mr. Hays. Senator he may yet add yesterday, wo could not learn as to They attended the Civics and Domes- decision will permit the banks to go dicted hopo that of damago done tic Science Classes in the afternoon. ahead with the salo of tholr bonds on Borry TIchenor and Herman Lyons Now, of Indlann, who has been urged many more birthdays to his already the probable-amouIs understood to by the tire. receiving stolon whisky, and was for the position, ago. ripo old lor Tho D. S. girls tried to feed them the market, and some congressional given ono year In the penitentiary, have advised Mr. Harding that he did candy and other good things so they loaders do not regard it as necessary The following of his chlldron were RECENT nAFrENINGS was granted a new trial. Judge not deslro tho place, believing that be present to enjoy tho occasion, E. D. would not bo In fighting form for to make the proposed $200,000,00(T Slack fixed his bond at $200 which could servo tho party hotter without Render, Fort Worth, Texas; L. M. the big gamo that night. But the appropraition. ho will give Monday and'bo roloased boing burdened with the chairman- Render, Louisville; Mosdnmes-J- . C. Tho Supremo Court In passing upon wary coach refused to let them enjoy went up from the ship duties. WOMAN DD3S OF BURNS. "Irom Jail. Borry and A. P. Taylor, Owensboro the action which the delicacies. Committee Most of the National City, together with Eastern District of Kentucky, Judgo All of tho prisoners wero sentenced XXX and R. D. Walker, Mrs. J. T. Whitehead, of tho late Saturday afternoon by Judgo members aro expected hore for tho tho families of two last named; also Cochran's Court, declared the Act ot The BaskeUall games wero a big mooting of the country, received burns Sun- - ' family, with tho last legislature in passing the success last week. As usual oui Slack, and nono of them offered any inauguration, and a Carlisle Render and measure levying a special tax of 50 boys showed Executive Committee has been called whom Mr. and Mrs. Render -.- . day, near noon, from the effects off legal excuso why sentence- should not their superior skill, sub- cents per gallon on all whiskey withwhich she died, at 9:30, on that date. . bo pronounced. Tho negro Lewis still I for next Thursday to rccelvo a xxx drawn from distilleries and bonded MRS. W. It. BEAN. maintained his Innocenco of tho committee's report regarding South- Both Juniors and Seniors are at Mrs. Jennings had been sufferings warehouses, within the State, uncon- work on. chargo of stealing a caso of whisky ern representation in nnuro conven- their plays. They expect from mental disabilities tor some tlmo and it is thought the ignition of her Mrs. W. R. Bean died at hor home stitutional. Tho Court's decision will to present them the last of March. at tho Glenmoro distillery, , and told tlons. Action, nowover, is expeciea cause tho loss to Kentucky'h'lghwayo clothing was due to her own volition. Judgo Slack that ho was paying tho to go over. Dundo, Ky., Feb 12, 1921. xxx tostlmony. penalty of "framed-up- " She had been in falling health for of botween $15,000,000 and Honor Roll of Hartford High For The deceased lady Is survjved by her Only last week the Kenhusband and six children. Burial of' sovoral years but had failed rapidly Low is preparing to Bervo his third OHIO COUNTY, BOY January and Fcbrunry. ACTIVE IN K. S. U. the last tew months. tucky Courtof Appeals held the act the remains took place at Contertown. term In the penitentiary, and Judge Pupils having an average of 90 Slack warned him as to his futuro While' not seemingly any worse constitutional. .T and having no demerits are entitled Monday. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 26, 1921. conduct, and had the CommonwoaUh that night, her huBband upon .waking to be on the honor roll. Struggling to rival tho Clecros and at four o'clock In tho morning found P. T. A. ACTIVITIES The U. S.i Supreme Court has also pleaded his two former convictions, Senior Class Douglas Williams, ) .said Judgo Elack, Lowls would like- - Domosthenscs of ancient tlmos are that with a sweet smile upon her face declared tho Lover Food control act Freeman Shapmlro, Sallyo Shultz, men who compose the Debaters' she had passed away. She had gone unconstitutional, or a sufficiency Some of tho activities which Par gotton a life sentence. Lew-'th- o ly have Gertrude Schlemmer, Flora Rhoades, t,i the rnnrt hn nnvrr intended to Club of tho University of Kentucky, to tako up to Associations should proIn that beautiful thereof to make prosecutions for Raymond Robertson, Amelia Pirtle, profiteering thereunder void. Hence mote. put his feet on Owen3boro soil again. Among them Is F. P. Bell, of Hartford Mansion not made with hands. Emlllo Pendleton, Margrfrct King. Kcntucky. Bell, who is a Senior In 1. School Sanitation, water sap-pl- y, years hundreds ot actions heretofore instiGo To Eddyville. She was past soventy-thre- o Junior Class Mary Llndloy, Helen tuted are, to be abandoned, and pro- Barnett, Gola Bennett, Geneva TravDeputy Shorlff Pool, accompanied tho College of Arts and Sciences camo ot ago. , well drained grounds, heat, light etc. by Charles CurraD, John Lyons and to tho University two years ago from Funeral services wero conducted bably thousands of dollars previously is, Ella Henry. 2. School attendance. Frank Townsloy, as guards, will leave western Kentucky Normal School at at tho Methodist church by her pastor paid In fines will necessarily bo re Sophomoro Class Luther Turner, 3. Health Inspection of schoolfor Eddyville over tho Illinois Cen- Bowling Greeni Though his time after which interment took place at funded. M Richard Ford, Emily Bell, Ersell ' , tral Wednesday morning, with tho with us has. been short ho Is a fa- Sand Rock-Hil- l. Bennett, Myrtle Payne, Sallle Laura children. miliar flguro on the Campus and was 4. ' School Library. Throe women bandits who looted prisoners. Besides her husband sho leaves ono Williams, Lorene Westerfield, Ernes-tyn- e 5. Musical Instruments and musWith tho session Just closed, Judge a successful contestant for a place eon Byron T., and threo daughters, more than $40,000 from a mall train Ralph, Hulbert Crowdor. on last year's debating team. Ho, in Mrs. W. H. Rontrow, Mrs. J. Ef have been captured. The older wo ''Slack has also tried out prosecutions ic. Freshman Class Otha Lee, Earl B. addition to N. . Conkwright and Mitchell and Mrs. J. A. Duff all of man, about 40, was tho mother ot 6. Establish playgrounds, with 1n which fines totalling $240 wore as-- I.- - . . Bartlett, Eulah Bean, Hallie Bell Al- equipments. naiey, tacea mo mo irom Dundee. ono and cousin of the other woman. eesscd. Most ot these was tho work Herbert Mar-tylen, Edith Tinsley, Bonnie Sosh, ' 7. Making tho School a Communi ot Saturday in which a number, of the University ot Miami, and came Sproule, Pauline Williams, "Mwinning what is Dalton.'tho 17 year old bank clerk, ary Ellen Duke, Samuel Miller, Isabel ty center for such as debating clubs. cigarette indictments wero disposed! out victorious, P. T. A. TO MEET MARCH 10. spelling who looted a Chicago Bank to the Tinsley. of. BosldesWlsposing ot many Im-- J known as the forensic "K". Bell, Hulbert Llndloy, Corrlnno potato clubs, canning, poultry and was portant motions In closing up the Is-- who Is majoring in Economics and' clubs, athletic contests and inAssocia tune ot $722,000, in bands, Tho local Parent-TeachWard, Harris Walker, Orvel Hoover, suos In many civil cases, Judgo Slack ralnoring- In Law, will prob.ably adopt tion will meet at tho, School Build picked up by, John Drayer village Geneva Howard, Movel Hoover, An- tact to with every movenian tnni nn and nassed on 17 dlvorco teaching as a profession wh"en he- ing, Thursday atternoon, March lJUat constable ot Hoyworth, 111., and a re- nabel King, ment for and tho" upKathleen Tlchonor. building ot the community. cases. The work- - of the Fobruary loaves tho University. 2:30. After tho business session is ward ot $26,000 paid to htm for the . The National By Laws vt tho completed tho tilth and Blxth grade little pains h,e underwent, acting on term has been a record breaker, and BENNETT LEACH L1VIA, ROUTE 2. eacher will go down In history as oneot the pupils undordirection of MIbs Simp- a tip given by another party. Association say: The local associations should not busiest and biggest terms- - of court son, will furnish entertainment to the Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Kernlo Ralph, ot association and othors present. All A failure to Issue signals or to City, announce tho engagement ot assume the duties that belong to tho liold In Owensboro for many years. Pleasant Ridge, spent Saturday night nro cordially invited to attend observe them, caused a flying New their daughter, Miss Gladys Towmo Board of Education, but should co-- to and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam York Central train to crash Into a mm A DELIGHTFUL PARTY Mr. Hlnton Taylor Leach, who is operate in frlendjy ways with tho Rhoades. MRS. JOE HILL DEAD. Michigan Central train, both passen now a student In K. S. University, board, and by such cooperation may Miss Ophelia French has returnod gers, at Porter, Ind., some. 50 miles Lexington. Tho marriage to tako enable the board to securo many need-pla- ce Mr. and Mrs. Leonls Smith Mrs. Joe Hill', of Contertown, suf-for- East of Chicago, late Sunday evening .their many friends Wed- homo after spending the past flvo .ed improvements for the school. In the near future, I a paralytic stroke Tuesday, causing the death ot forty or moro nesday night with a dollghtful play weeks with friends and relatives at It Is not the function of the, Purent- about 3:00 o'clock, p. m., from which persons and serious and lessor In PUBLIC SALE. party at their homo, In honor ot tholr Red Hill, and Owonsboro. .Teachers Association to raises money. Mr. James 'Mayfield and son Eu- sho succumbed eleven hours later. juries to. several othors. A number Notice Is hereby given that on tho for school purposes but Its main pur-7- th sister, Miss Ella Smith. day of March 1921, at 1 o'clock! pose Is educational, Thoso present wore! Misses jDova gene, Bpent Sunday with relatives at Funoral services were conducted yes- of the victims wero so horribly manBaptist gled terday at tho Contertown of a numbor p. m., the Ohio County Fiscal Court j Thoreforo every local association Is aud Inez' Kirk, Nona., Bart jolt, Ella Hied Hill Mr, and Mrs. Clarenco Wigglnton, church by Rev. L. W. Tlchonor, af- was utterly Impossible. will offer for sale, one Wall's Trac- -. obliged to promoto alt tho activities Smith, Georgia Smith, Geneva Taylor, tor to tho highest and best bidder, for which It was founded and not tho Llzzlo Wado, Cora Lako, Elvena of Hartford, Route 7, spent Saturday ter which tho remains wero laid to Coto, on the Pacific sldo of tho reserving to Us Belt tho right to re- least of whlclr are equipping playCbnpmnn, Georgia Trogdon,' Ruby night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, rost In tho cemetery of that place. Rhoades, B. W. Wigglnton. Mrs. iiiil was asplendtd type frontier, where ject any and all bids, this tractor is grounds, buying apparatus tor gymHoover, Messrs. Georgo Bonnlo Trogdon, Clyde Chapman, Deo ,. Llttlo Miss Lola Bell Stownrt,ho ot christian womanhood and It may tho boundary line botween tho two as good as now, and any ono consid- nasiums, outfits for athletics, and Bartlett, Stanley Smith, Archlo Hoag-lan- fell and broke her leg,, about two truly be said" that a good woman has countries has long been in dlsputo, ering tho purchnso ot a farm trac- providing transportation for teams gone to hor reward. Sho Is survvpd and rccentlytselzed by tho Qosto Rtc- - tor, will do well to attend this salo. when challenged by others from a Cody Hoover, Shultz Chapman, wooks ago, is getting along ntcoly. Miss Dessio Drace is vfsltlng rela- by her husband, ono sou and two ans, was retaken by, Panamanian Park, General Hoover, Clyde OniO' COUNTY FISCAL COURT, distance. ' Uorinou daughters. Monday. Tho entire forces Willie Wed, tives in Owensboro this wcqk. foices By W. O. Dlankeushlp, Clork. CONTRIBUTED jjartlott, Millard Hoover, Walkor Carter, Forrost Hoover, Ar mot Early, Herman Howard, Augusta BROUGHT TO CLOSE Chapman, Tlncy Bartlott, Thomas Lako, Darney Kirk, Prdtls Taylor, James Ambrose, William' Drooks, Dornlco Dnrtlett, Clcoro Wado, Mr. Nine Sentenced To Prison and Mrs. Sholby Trogdon, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wostorflold and children, Terms; Six Slated For LOCALS MOP UP ON BEAVER DAM SUFFERS MADISON BUNCH HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE G 15 one-hand- who-soug- ex-eo- pt -- H nt flve-scor- sln-core- ly nt Cen-terto- wn - $20,-000,0- u , ", A her-abod- er .... - i m ne J er - civic-welfa- re Parent-T- m ) ed ' -- 'a I d, n iii.iXfc it W tre- - i 2.00 Whlttnkor, C. D., 1 2.00 Westerflold, Earl, 1 2.00 Whltakor, It. C, 1 samo. ... (Continued from Inst wook.) 1.00 WleclnKton, T. W., XA samo. 8.00 .Wlgglngton, T. w 8 samo. . . 16.00 momnns, Colu mints, 4 same. 2.00 . Afolvln HVj name. -11.00 Wndo. Cicero, 1 samo 4.00 12.00 WIIboii, Elinor, 2 samo Jlaipn. E. V., 6 samo 1.00 G. 00, Samo, Yi samo. samo Jtogers, Hill, 2 2.00 2.00 Samo, 1 Bnmo JUownn, It. A., 1 samo... . 3.00 samo. 2 00 Wlgglngton, S. B 1 Utonfrow, Wash, 1 samo . . 1.00 l.OOlWIcclniUon. E. ,4 samo... Ilussoll, N. M., Vt samo. . 3.00 4.00 Wlgglngton, E. W., 1 samo. "Hoser. S E., 2 sanva . . . 8.00 COO Wilmington. H. B.. 4 samo.. ItiiEbort, Thurman, 3 samo 6.00 2.50 Wlgglngton, E., 3 samo.. Stevens, JIarland, 1 samo COO 2.00 Wlgglngton, S. D., 3 samo,. Stownrt, Cobol, 1 samo . . 3.00 8.00 Westerflold, J. T., 1V6 samo. oinnina T.nn fl..' 4 same. . O anwtn AA'l1M.t ,.... ..VIn 4.00 2 "" i Sharp. J. r.i - samo '"'i wmic,D., 3 samo. . . . G.00 8.00 Whltakor, C. .Sharp. Bon, 4 samo , 3.00 4.00 Wells, J. O.-- 1& same Shrn, Bt"l 22 samo 3.00 5.00 Wallace, Curry, 1& samo.. sanv Snldor,C D., 2.00 4.00 Westerflold, Rollle, 1 samo. . W., Stewart, O.Tn)m. 2 samo 2.00 3.00 Wosterfl&ld. Herbert, 1 samo smin,nv. i same... 10.00 3.00 i Wilson, Elmor, G sam o samo 0mg 3.00 Whlttlnghlll H. O., 11 ft samo 23.00 Bamo SmUh. J. J., 1 30.00 lu. viu Wilson, Jucn, io oaiuu. . . .. SWODe. JeSSO, 5 saillO 4.00 7.00 Wcstorf leld, Oscar, 2 samo Smiley, John, 3 V4 same 4.00 Harder, Arthur, 7 samo. . . . . 6.00 Westerflold, J. R., 2 samo. Smiley! J. W., 3 sama 16.00 Huff, J. S., 5 samo etc 7.00 Wilson, Jack, 8 samo samo 3 2.00 Houso, V. O., Vi samo COO i Withers. W. T., 1 saroa smtnfi 8.00 Havens, Newt, repair, on grad. C.00 Whltton, W., 4 same Sameu 3 samo ' COO Howard, Willie, 10 days with 10.00 Whlttlnghlll, Ira, 3 samo. . . . Shrcvo, Arnold, G samo COO team etc Wells, Frank, 3 samo 6 same Sharp, J- same. 13.00 Hamilton, R. L., 6 samo 400 Whltaker, Finley, 6 Spurrier, Norman, 2 same .. 6.00 Her, Dick, 1 samo 2.00 Wells, Moso, 3 same.. Sanzoman, Iloy, 1 same 4.00 Jackson, J. R., 2 same 6.00 Westerflold, L, T., 2 same.. . Sklnncx, W. It., 3 samo 4.00 Jones, V. C, 1 samo 8.00 Withers, J. O., 2 samo ' Samo, 4 samo 4.00 Johnson, J. C, 3 samo 6.00 Whltler, Herbert, 2 samo... Shown, Dud, 3 same 10.00 Kessinger, Virgil, 1 samo. 6.00 Wells. Willis, 5 same Slack, Dompsey, 3 saute... 1.00 5.00 Hubert, Stcarsman, Harlan 2 samo. 1G.00 Whlttler, W. A., 5 Vz same. . . 10.00 Kirk, Ezra,l samo same. . . . Knight, J. F., Jr. 2 same Stownrt, H. J., IVi same . . 15.00 Webstar,Alec, 1 samo 2.00 Kitchens, W. IL, 1 samo Wells, Stewart, W. T., IVi same. 8.00 Kitchens, W. H., 12 samo etc 2.00 Wilson, W. S., 4 samo.... Stownrt, W. A., 1 samo 7.50 Klnnlmouth, 6.00 Wilson, Ernest, 3 samo etc Foster, 1 day Smith, J. A., 3 sania with team on road Sanders, Wave, 6 same.... 12.00 Samo, 5 samo 3 samo. ... 10.00 6.00 Lake, Jess, 2 Wright, R. M., same Stcarsman, P. H., 4 days 6.00 Lake, D. C, 4 samo 8.00 Wright, Clyde, 3 same with team on road 10.00 Leach, Chcstor, 1 samo.... 4.00 Wright, G. G., 5 same Smith, J. W., 2 samo . . . . 1 6.00 Leach, Norvlll, 1 samo...... T 2.00 Wright, Henry, 3 sanTe.... IT ontno 8.0O samo...-Mille- r. ?.ou Wright, O. T., 4 same Lake. C. F., 10 Sanders. Wave, 1 same Wright, L. T., 5 same . . . v 10. 00 samo Bob. .Scaton, Joe, 2 same 6.00 Milan, J. L.. 524 3.00 Wilson, Willie, 3 same.... same.... samo Sponoex, Bud, 1 COO 4.0U Wilson, C. R., 3 same. r..m-- f nil! 9. Minn same.... Martin, A. L., 3 rn Same, 5 samo " 3HI'"l J. A., - 3 "- - same. 10.00 Marlowe, L 1 samo Stewart. COO Monteomery 2.00 White, O. S.. 3 same . Bros.. 3 samo. . . Schroader, M. C, 1 same 10.00 Mitchell. J. B., 3 samo. . . . G.75 Wilson, C. R., G same Smith, Estll, 2 same etc .. 22.00 Magan, E. W., 3 2.00 Wilson, Ernest, 11 same samo. . . . Stewart, A. T ., 1 same 10.00 Magan, Elec, 1 same 8.00 Wilson, Willie, 5 same.... St. Clair, Wallace, 4 same . 2.00 Myers, J. R., 2 same 8.00 Wldlck, R. T 1 same Sandchir, James, 4 same., 4.00 Mvers. J. R.. 2 same ...-,.- . 2.00 Wright, R. M., 2 samo Stewart, A. T., 1 same 2.00 Westerfield, Diamond, 5 samo 10. 00 Mvers. J. N.. 2 samo Swift, V. L 1 samo 4.00 Same, 3, samo 4.00 Wrighit, Clyde, 2 same Sandelur, It. S., 2 samo . . 3.50 Moore, Bonnie, 3 same . . 6.00 Wright, Frank, 1 same... Sandelur, F. L., 3 samo .. .. 2.00 Martin, F. C, 1 same. .. 6.00 Wilson. L. E., 1 samo iSchroadcr, H. r., 3 same 4.00 Malin, N. A., 2 same . . . 4.00 Same, 2 samo Sneddon, J. T., 2 samo . .. COO 11.00 Wilson, H. C, 3 same .fn-v- . nhnrlln. RiA same J., 1 same . . . 16.00 Wallace, Willie, 1 same. . . ' 3.00 Maxey, J. o.wa. , mile S name Moore, James, 1 same. nft Westerfield, C. W., 1 same . . H"l 2.00 Mn7.v. V). S.. 9V. same. Same. 1 samo 7.00 Moore, 4.00 Wade, W. C, 3 same.... Sthroador, W. M., 2 same . . . L., 4 same 20.00 Martin, J. 5.00 Williams, S. T., 10 samo... samo... Fred, 3 samo fSt,t.wart, J. A., 2 2.00 White, Eugene, 5 same.... 10.00 McCarty, A. E., 1 samo Slraltz, Collco, 1 samo ..).. 4.00 White, Will, 2 same 4.00 Same, 2 samo Smith, Payton, 2 samo . .. .. .. 2.00 Wallace, Wilbur, 4 samo. . . . 8.00 Mills, Willie, 2 same 2!andelur, Netter, 1 same 9.00 Wilson, Pum,, 2 same.. 4.00 Moxley, Allen, 5 same same , St. Clair, J. D., 4 7.00 Westerfield, H. H., 4 9.00 Marlowe, Wilbur, 3 same same-.same. Shaln, Delmar, 3 .. 6.00 Miller, A. L., 3 cn.inn-fioifvf. n.. 5A same. 11.00 Westerfield, B. L., 3 samo. same COO 4.00 Westerfield, A. C, 3 same.. Shreve, R. B., 2 same same, J. E. 4 same 6.00 Miller, Garland, 2 same 12.00 Wade, C. R., 3 same Smith. Mrs. Leona, 6 9.00 Moore. Tom, 2 same". samo 4.00 Whitehouse Arthur, 4 Schroader, Isaac, 2 same . . . G.00 Wade, Alfred, 4 samo 8.00 Nelson, Ivan, 1 samo same... O. L., 2 Nance, Shalts, G.00 Wright, J. W.. 4 same 8.00 Neel, Will, 1 same Shults, R. L., 2 same... . 3.00 Westerfield, J. C, 4 same. . 8.00 Oglesby, Herbert, 3 days with Spnrlcs, Freeman 1 same . 6.00 Whltehouse, J. T 6 same. . . 10.00 Shawex, L. B 3 same . . team on road 2.00 Westerfield, J. C, 7 same. 15.00 Payton, Guy, 4 same Shown, Arlle, 1 samosame . . 7.00 Wright, J. W.. 7 same.,.. 14.00 Parton, Brady, 1 same Stono, Arthur, 3 V -. . . 10.00 Williams, O. W., 2 samo. . . . 4.00 Sandoruf: J. A., 5 samoJ. A., 4 same 8.00 Ward, Emanuel, 13 same etc. 27.50 Patton.Earl, 3 ame etc. . . Shields, Warren, 4 same. . . Park, 6.00 Ward, Manny, 3 samo , 6.00 Payne, Albert, 2 same Sandefur N. T.. 3 same 4.00 Wilson, Tom.. & same.... 1.00 Richards, Rolla, 2 samo Sandetur, R. S., 2 same . . 3.00 Wilson, .Thomas, 1 same . . . 2.00 Ruslier, Arnold, 7 samo Sandefur, R. S., 1 same. . 2.00 Same, 2 same 4.00 Render, S. H., 1 same Stevens, Lawrence, 1 samo.. 1.00 Same, 2 5.00 Render, Herman, 1 samo . . . same Saadctnr, Pearl, 2 same. . 4.00 Yonts, S. L., 1 same 2.00 Ralph, J. H., 1 samo Sandetur, James, 2 same. . . 4.00 Jork, Jim, 4 same 8.00 Ralph, Jesse, 4 same Stewart, Lee, 2 samo 2.00 Rhoads, Archie, 3 same . . . Same, 1 samo 6.00 Grand Total of Claims, .f7.465.34 Same, 2 same Smith, Ellis, 3 same 4.00 Renfrow, J. C, 4 same Shaver, "W. T., 2 same 4.00 Shults, Joe B., 2 same Rock, Shelby, 2 same 1 day with team 4.00 Akins, Jno, 'Scott, O. E., 2 same 2 .00 Samo, 2 same on road 2.00 -Khnnherd. Ueary, l samo 6 .00 Rowan, Nay, 1 same Ashford, Bill, 3 same same L., 1 Shults, L. J.uu Adams, J. Q.. 1 .50 Same, 2 samo same , Shultz, L. G 2sam.e Same, .. 8.00 Alien, Oscar, 3 same . . . 7 .00 Stone, 2 same same 4 same Taylor. X. J., H. T.,5 3 .00 same. Ashby, Emmer.1 4 same for damages to Taylor, Ben, 6 .00 Sharp, J. T., 3.00 Ashby, Rollle, 3 same 1 i :ahle rope Sanders, W. same... 37.50 Spinks, Estll,T.,ZVt samo Baize, Rube, 18 2 days wltlh same Taylor, Jno. T.. 7.00 same . . . 3 5.00 Byers, Wayne, .. team ... 2.00 Seaton, Preston,3 3 same. . . 2.00 Berryman, A. F., 1 same. same. Turner, H. E., 1 same 18.00 St. Clair, D. B.,1 3.00 Bennett, Joo S.. 9 same same. . . . Trocden. Shelby, 1 samo.. . 5.00 Staples, Webb, same. . 3.00 Bennett, Godfrey. 2 .. Trogden. L. L., 1 G same... . 2.00 Sanders, Albert, 4 1 samo. 00 Bennett, EH, 1 same 1 r..inli nimrips. same. . . sajno 1.00 Stearsman, A. B., 2 same same 5.00 Same, Taylor, Ronda, 2 same. . . 12.00 Sandefur. W, T., 8 same 4.00 Pi awn, J. JL, 6 same Tichenor, Roscoe, 2 same. .12 00 St. Clair, H. A., same 9 00 Paker, Marv'n, 4 samo same.. VH E., 4 Tumor, 7.00 Shultz. R. L.. 1 samo,. 5 00 Browu, M. W , ZVz samo. . . . same... 'Taylor, J. T.. 2 4 'JO Smiley, John, 1 2.00 Barnard, Thad, 2 same . . . 1 same . . . "Trogden, L. L., 4.00 Stratton, W. D., 7 same and 1.00 Same, 2 same j. nails Sams, 2 samo 4.00 2.00 Black, A. W., 2 same Some 1 samo 4.00 Stevens, Ray, 1 same 1.00 Same, 2 same same Turner, O. L., 21.00 Shields, T. J., 2 same 6 00 Brown. W. M., 7 same Trogden, L. L., 3 same same . . . 7.00 Shields, Estll, 3 2.00 Brown, J. W., 3 same etc 1 same . . . Townaley, Enis, 3.00 Shown. Holland, 1 day with 10.00 j Brown, Fox., 1 same T&ylor, Olla, 5 same team on road 12.00 4.00 Brown, Claud, 4 same TylerfW. L., 2 same. 4.00 Sandefur, V. W., 1 same 2.00 Bradley, Logan, 2 same Tally, 33. P., 1 same R., same same.., 9.00 Stevens, W. M.,'22 samo . . . .. 8.00 Brown, O. W., 4 "Tyler, W. L., 4 same 12.00 Stewart, D. 2.00 Brown, O. W., 6 same Truman, L. S., 1 samo 12.00 Same, 1 same 6.00 Brown, C. IL, same 6 Samo, 3 samo ?... . 9.00 Shultz, Joo, 2 same same... 6.00 Barrett, R. E 4 Sanw, 3 same 10.00 Stearsman, Henry, 2 same . . 3.00 Brown, Allen, 5 same ... Taylor. Watt, 1 same. 10.00 Sandefur, F. L., 13 same .'. 5.00 Bean, Leonard, 5 same Tichonor, Doward, IVt same T.OO Shultz, Sam, 2 same same 2.00 Bartlett, Estll, 1 same. TIchonor, Clarence, 4.00 Taylor, W. V., 6 samo 4.00 Berry, Eck, 4 bridge sills. . . . .. Tiefcenor, Powell, same. 2.0O Tichenor, Will, 3 same 2.00 Boan, R. K., 1 team on road .. TVchonor, AV. M., 1 same. 2.00 Taylor, Ronda, ,2 samo 4.00 Brown, Clarence 1 samo . . . .. Thompson, C. IL, 2 same. , 1.00 Taylor, F. L 6 same samo. . . . 4.00 Brown, Oscar, Thompson, R. B 2 same. . . 2.00 Taylor, J. W., 3 U. samo . 7.00 Beatty, H. D., 1 same Taylor, E. C, 3& same. 4.00 Taylor, Courtland, M 6 same 2.00 Crowder, C. E., 2 same Samo, 1 same ', 4.00 Same, nails , 13.00'Cummlngs, Lee, .2 same.... samo... Taylor, S. M., 0 Same, 914 feet timber 12.00 Carter, Alva, 2V6 days with Truman, Byron, 6 same . . . H. E., 1 days haul5.00 Turner, 13.00 team on road Taylor, G. W., 6V4 samo. ing gravel 6.00 8.00 Cook, J. E., 3 samo....... Samo, 4 same 12.00 Taylor, R. T., 2 days with Co., 6 samo... 5.00 Cooper Coal Taul, W. A., 2 Vz samo . . . . 2.00 team on road 9.00 Crow, Vincent, 1 same ' Thomas, Foster, 4 same. . 6.00 Taylor, Charlie, 1 samo 2.00 Isom, Cambron, 2 samo.... Crowo, Thomas, 1 same. . . . 8.00" Voyjes, Levi, 200 feet lumber 3.00 Coppago, Jesse, 4 same.'... same- Tanner, T. II.,-5.00 Voyles, J. D 5 days with same 4.00 Curtis, Jeff, 2 Sherman, Taylor, 2 samo.. team on road 5.00 , 10.00, Same, 2 same Taylor, J. M., 5 samo . . . 4.00 Westerfield, J. 3 samo . . . 3.00 Calloway, Will, 2 same R. U., 1V sama... Trout. 4.00 Whittle, Herbert, 3 same 4.00 Calloway, Alvy, 2 samo Thomas, George. 2 same. . . 2.00 Ward, II. C, 3 samo 3.00 Cheek. J. P., 1 samo Taylor, II. L W samo... 2.00 "Wells. Corbet. 2U. samo samo 15.00 Crow, Tylor. W. U 7 samo. . . Ill lln ntnnca S. E., 11 an ft llnplr 2.00 Wostorfield, Guyman, 10 samo ITaylor. U. L.. 3 samo etc 8.00 Wedding Culllo, 2 samo 4.00 Dabney, V. R., 4 samo r.,iinr n. t.. 2 snmo 4.00 Whobrey, Wllllo 1 same 1.00 Davidson, Russoll, 2 samo. . . Tutor, Frank. 1 same.... 2.00 Ward, Emitt, 2 same ..-.- . 3.00 Davidson. Anderson, 1 same. same... Taytw. Moscoe, , 21.00 Wlgglngton, S. B 1 samo. 8.00 Dorth, J. U.. 7 iaine BL M., 4 same Tate. 6.00 Wlgglngton, E., IVj samo.. 4.00 Dodson. J. II., 3 samo Tate, Thomas. 2 same ..-- ti n... ., 2.00 .Willi, 111 , T n BUIUU , 2.00 Duke, II. O.. 1 same 1., I "Sahce, Tommlei, 1 samo COO Same, 5 sills 8.00 Dodson, J. IL, 2V& same. . . . 'Wayles. James, 4 same.... 4.00 Wilson, Ernest, 4 days with won winkin. H F.. 4 v, samo 9.00 Duke.. James. 2 same , vm. .......... J.OO team v.uu jjuriiam, u. j.. t- sumu wtfcod. J. R.. iVt same. Wilson. C. R.. 2U. samo. 4.00 Dalton. Arthur. 1 snmo and VVumnek. Roscoe, 2 samo . . . iz.uu Wright. A. I)., 3 same tractor 6.00 WMuwn, F. T., 3 samo 5.00 Wnllaco, C. F., 2 same 6.00 Dodd, Joor 2 Vi same "Wlilw, Ernest. 3 some 0.00 .Wlmsatt, P. A., 2 days with sanv. 11.0C Embry, Roboit, 3 same IVwrterlleld. C. D., 5 Oil 9.00 team on road 8. Evans, Roat, 4 Vi samo "White. A. A.. 4 samo 4.00 Wilson, 0. ll 1 same . . . b.uu UUge, Aiuue, 2 same TL'Utrtlold. V. W., 3 samo.. same. 3,00 Wldlck. Tom, 1.00 Eldor, SI, 1 Vi same same . . . Whhtuker, C, 1).. 10.00 Womack, Joe, 1 samo . . . 3.00 Kskridge, J. T 5 same same.... Wllauo, Ira. 1 2 same 4.00 Williams. O. P., 6.00 Foster ,Walter, 2 samo 'Wedding, Alphonls, 3 same . . 4.00 Williams, C. D., 2 Ms same same 7.00 Foster, Charles, 2 same?... aVosterfleld, Frank, 3 I t iL b i A HIO COUNTY 1 fclVlIMN 1 Wedding, c, v., 2 Wedding, uarvoy, same samo 2 3 . ,, snmo... samo... samo... '4.00 6.00 4.00 Samo, 2 samo losur, ! A 1 lit .... .... Fonman, Roy II. 6 samo... Funk, J. E., TV, snme Farmor, W. A., 2 same Farmor, Charlon, 2 samo... Green, Gcorgo, GVfc days with team on road Qllmoro, Eloc,.2 Mnio,.... Griffin, Novll, 1 samo aalllior, Wiley, 3 samo . . . samo. Goodall, llobort L., Grant Wllllo 6 samo Greer Elcc, 4 samo Gray, James, 2 same Gray, J. V, 8 samo. . Haynes, Jno., 4H samo.... same . . Haynes, Jno. W., 4 Hoover, Charles, 2 samo... Huff, Hobart, 1 same Hocker, B. W 3 samo Harpor, W. M., samo... Harder, Roscoe, 1 samo HIncs, T. H., 1 samo Hoover. Bill, Vt samo Hurt, D 4 same Hoover, J. T., G samo Hopper, Luther, 1 samo Hopper, Warren, 3 same. . . . A. C, 2 samo...... 4.00 4.ou 12.00 16.00 0.00 HMiMBMBCSSiriiWr'Wtorir aijMMfcfilti.w ii -- ii - - ' HiimUiMtinmt rgMin 4.00 11.00 4.00 2.00 ...... 6.00 1.50 15.00 8.00 4.00 16.00 9.00 9.00 4.00 2.00 6.00 3.00 2.00 THE UNIVERSAL CAR FORDSON TRACTOR and mord every day the demand for tho Fordson Tractor Increases becauso tho Fordson has domonstratd so much usfulnoss, bo much economy, so much labor saving, so much money saving, nlong so mnny lines of nctlvlty. Tho farmor has discovered that not only for plowing, harrowing, discing, seodlng, mowing, reaping and threshing, but a multltudo of other uses; cutting wood, feed; grinding feed; churning, washing, furnishing wntor In tho houso; making electric light posslblo In tho houso and nround tho barns; so that, as a matter of fact, thcro Is hardly an hour In the day when tho Tractor cannot be mado a profitable servant. Thoro Is ditching to do; thoro aro roads to fix; and so on all down along tho line of tho numorous calls (that constantly faco tho farmer tliQ Fordson stops In and does tho work, shoulders tho' complcto burden of tho toll and tho hard work, qno might almost say "drudgory." This is tho Ago of Machinery, the day whon man plans tho day's work, or the yoar's work, and then turns It oVor to tho Trnctor to execute Get tho book, "Tho Fordson at Work," becauso It is freo. If you cannot call for It, write and wo will mall it to you. Tho Tractor Is not only a necessity to overy farmer but Is an established utility along a great many commercial lines. Our allotment Is limited to so many each month. Lot's have your order now. Moro .... 2.00 1.00 8.00 10.00 2.00 6.00 ol'i;!,' .- 18.00 18.00 1.00 1.50 21.00 12.00 2.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 2.00 4.00 II ' ' ", "" .... .... ...... m ' ' , .... .... 1 '3.00 32.50 2.00 5.00 S.00 R .... D .... . ... 2.00 3.00 21.00 5.00 10.00 7.00 2.00 6.00 BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY . .... ... .... 7.00 7.00 3,00 4.00 o.uu 6.00 2.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 19.00 :.uu 6.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 10.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 .00 3.00 H , PIMM JKMla KdSNHHBHHmHiuHHUHIWJBB Whltescarvor Harmon, 3 samo Walker, Ralph, 3 samo Wilson, Jack, 6 same ....... ... .... .... .... .... - - .... .... .. .... .... .... ...... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... I .... 1 .... ... 111 .... .... ... - , .... 4t 12.50 Porter, Gilbert, samo .. 3.00 Wlgglngton, R. C, samo 39 00 25.00 Hoover, Forest, samo., Hoovor, A. IL. samo Richardson, O. II. , samo ... 66 60 23.75 I Whlttaker. Dclbort. samo 11.63 Handloy, James, samo . 56.40 Hoover, C. Y., samo , Williams, O. W., 7 samo . . 1.13 Shown, Herbert, samo 57 00 Kessinger, E. E., samo Williams, F. M 8 same.... Baize, Ellis, same . . . 17.50 C0.60 Stono, O. S., samo Young J 1 , 4 samo etc. . . . Cooper, C. ,0., samo . . 6.75 27 00 Bartlett, Clyde, samo Kessinger, Everett, snmo 14.75 6.00 Total U.60C71 Cundiff, C. B., same 5 00 Hoover, C. v., samo . 57 60 Trogden, Sholby, samo Handloy, Tom, samo . 26.00 60.G0 'Bartlett, Ellis, samo CLAIMS ALLOWED OX STATE All) Kirk, O. L., same 2.50 Hudson, J. D., samo . 27.00 rOXSTHITCTIOV WOKIC I A., samo . 9.00 Stowart, J. 21 00 Hoover, Ona, samo Hartford nnd Onensboro Road 31.50 Balrd, C. A., samo . . . 33.00 Bennett, It., labor 30.00 Jones, C. F., samo 24.00 King, Charles, same . 21.00 Portor, L. L., foreman 4.3S Blaln, B. W., labor 24.50 Bartlett, Ernest, samo Noel, same 24.7G Bartlett, Clarence, samo Kirk, J. E., samo 24.50 Jones, C. P., samo . . . 13.00 Bartlett, Ed., samo lO.bO Bennett, IL, same 25.2.5 Boll, Sam, samo 11.3S Hoover, 2.40 Bennett. Herbert, same 22.50 Wlgglngton, T. W., same Dawson, S. L., samo 12 60 Richardson, O. IL, samo 10 50 Bartlett, C. same 12.50 Shown, II. C, samo 24 75 Hoover, A. D.same 10.50 16.75 Hoover, G. W., samo . . . D., samo ! 14.38 Alexander. T. team Hoover, O. H., samo 21.00 27.00 Hoover, Onic, same . . Carter, Allen, 16.00 Riddle, Clarenco, samo 16.10 6.00 Patton, Noah, same 54.00 Patton, G. IL, sam o.. 5.00 ,7.50 9.00 Bartlett, Ear', samo 30.00 Westerflold, Reed, samo Shelby, 13.00 Trogden, Forest, same "7.00 2.00 Kirk, Earl, samo 48.00 Hoovor, Ellis, samo . . Hoovor, 2.50 Rldgeway, Will, samo 9.10 8.00 Hoover, M. G., same 12.00 Bonnet, L. P., samo . . samo 2.50 10.50 10.00 Hoover, Orvllle, same 51.60 Hoover, Forest, samo . 13.75 Hoover, C. A., samo 7.00 4.00 Jones, C. F., same 30.00 Richardson, O. IL, Bamo same G. 2.50 Stewart,II. J., samo 10.60 6.00 i Whltaker, Delbert, same . . . 39.00 Handloy, James, team , . C, 3.16 Shown, Owen, samo 7.00 14.00 Cundiff. Paul, samo G4.00 Shown, Herbert, samo . lb. 00 Cooper, 7.00 2.00 H&over. E. D same 57.00 Baize, Ellis, samo . . . 10.00 Hoover, Ellis, same 7.00 2.00 Hoover, A. IL, same 26.10 Hoover, C. Y., samo . . .60 Hoover, C. Y., samo 7.00 2.00 Carson, W. R., team ... 48.00 Handloy, Tom, samo . 9 76 Kessinger, Gorman, samo 8.00 Bennett, Rupert, labor 31.50 48.00 Hudson, J. D., samo . 9.7G Hoover, G. W., samo 7.00 6.00 Shown, A., same 45.00 Balrd, C. A., same . . 7.50 Tucker, Monroe, samo 14.00 4.00 . Bennett, Lois, same 12.00 King, Charles, samo . . 24 00 Kirk, O. L samo 67.60 8.00 I Reagon, S. M., team 24.00 Wlgglnton, T. W., samo O. 23.10 Richardson, R., IL, samo 9.00 4.00 Bennett, L. P., samo same 3.00 Shown, H. C, samo . . . 23.40 Carson, W. 4.00 Hanlev. T. A., same 33.00 6.00 Hoovor, G. W samo . . same 23.40 Porter, Gilbort, samo 24.00 2.00 Shown, IL B., same. 15.00 Hudson, J. D., samo . . 24.00 Patton, G. IL, 61.20 4.00 Ellis, Baize, same 45.00 Bartlett, Ernest, samo Sullenger, D. B., foreman.. 49.00 51.00 4.00 Steinberg, C. G Supt. 24.00 Jones, G. P., samo . . . team Stewart, G. - 74.60 Bennett, II. EW.,samo 9.00 10.00 Hanley, T. A., team 20.25 Bell, Sam, samo 41.20 9.00 8.j0 Balrd, ElHs, samo 54.00 Bell, Arthur, samo Baize, Ellis, same 85.50 12.00 2.00 npnnett. L. P.. same 33.00 Alexander, T. D., samo . .. Porter, L. L samo 82.90 46.20 7.00 Wlgglngton, T. W., samo samo Dawson, W. 69.10 Westerflold. Herbert, labor. 11.25 Hoover, Ona,J.,samo . . . 31.20 6.00 Reagon, S. w., same 2.50 Kessinger, Everett, samo. . . . 120.00 20.40 7.00 Miller, A. B., same Reagon, 10.00 Mosoloy, S. M., samo .. .. 2 20 3.00 Kessinger. Everett, same . . . 65.10 Hazclwood, J. LI., same Clyde, samo 6.00 Carson, W. R., same 59.50 00 on 2,00 Rhoads, ZIbo, same" 3.75 Moseley, E. W., same . .. Hoover, Ellis, samo 23.70 54.00 8.00 Cundiff, Lee. same Handlcy, James, 28.70 Wlgglngton. T. W samo . . . 57.00 Shown, Herbert, saino . 42.00 4.00 Hoover, G. A., team samo Hanley, James, same 54.00 13.20 12.00 16.00 Kessinger,. Jno., same Richardson, J. B samo 27.00 Baizo, Ellis, samo . . . 63.00 54.00 2.00 Shown, H. B., same Hoover, G. A. same 54.00 Hoover, C. Y., same 6.00 v. 51.00 3.00 Kirk, O. L., same .54.00 Handley, Tom, same . . . 67.60 Shown", IL B Bamo Hanley, James, samo 3.00 Bennet, L. R., same G3.00 Westerfield, Timor, same 41.40 28.80 ,17.90 Riddle, C, same Westerfield, Reed, same '. . Reagon, S. M same 64.90' Kessinger, 58.70 24.00 Everett, samo 2.00 Carter, Allen, same 45.00 15.00 Kessinger, Everett, samo 36.00 Taylor, Jess, same 4.00 Stinson, Park, same Handloy, T. A., sanie 34.00 35.10 J. B., same 7.20 L. M samo . . . 7.00 Richardson,Shelby, same 34.70 Bartlett, Ernest, teams . . . . 21.00 Ward, Jack, samo Trogden; S.40 Ward, Janes, G. P., samo 14.00 34.70 3.60 Stowart, G. A., samo . . . 2.00 Hoover, Ellis, same Bell, Sam, same 3.50 Steinberg, 30.50 C. G.. Supt. 910 2.00 Kessinger. W., same Ridgway, Will, same 3.50 32.15 6B1CO 4.00 Hoover, Forest, same 98.00 Sullenger, D. B foreman . 4.50 Steinberg, CO., Supt C, samo 21.00 4.00 Bartlett, G. J., same Sullenger, D. B foreman. . . 65.00 Westerfield, Herbert, samo . 24.00 28 75 E., 'labor 2.00 Stewart,Henry, samo . 1 27.00 Westerfield, Herbert, same.. 36.05 Kirk, J. Noel, Shown, 3.75 labor 6.00 15.00 Patton, 13.70 Porter, L. L labor 6.25 6.00 Cooper, Owen, same 20.10 Hoovor, W. 'P., same 18.00 Jones, C. T., same Monroe same 5.00 39.00 Tucker . 9.60 Hoovor, Ellis, samo 84.00 Bennett, II. E samo Steinberg, C. G., Supt. 25.00 6.00 .. 6.00 Bartlett, Lois, samo 55.00 Bartlett, Clarence, ,samo. . . . 6 00 12.00 Sullenger, D. B., foreman 6.00 Whlttakor, Delbert, snmo . .. 42.00 , Bartlett,! Noel, samo Portor, L. L., samo 7.50 6.00 39.00 Dawson, W. J Bamo . . . 29.63 Bennett, Rupert, same... Hoover, E. D., labor 21.25 Hazelwood, J. IL, samo 4.00 35.60 Dawson, L. J. same 27.90 Stono, O. S sme 25.00 12.00 Bennett, Rupert, 7.50 Hoove, Emmet, same Q. F., same 12.00 Condlt, BUI, same 7.50 7.00 Jones, O. H., same 22.60 Hoover, A. IL, samo Hoover, 20.40 Hoover, O. IL, same 15.00 19.00 . 30.00 Baize, Ellis, same Lois, same 1.25 Tanner, Kelloy, samo . . 20.00 1.50 Bennett, 3.75 Sandefur, Herbert, samo same 17.00 Dowan, Claud, same) 3.75 db.oo Shown, A., IL, same 27.50 Stone, O. S., samo . . Hoover, A. 24.00 Crowo, R, E same 9.50 33.38 Hoover, O. II. i same' E., same 32.50 Crowe, Tom, samo . . . . 14.50 5.00 Kirk, J. A. D., same 30.88 Porter, G. L., samo Hoover, 21.75 Cooper, C. O., samo 1.00 20.75 Hazlewood, J. IL, samo Mlllor, A. B., same 27.75 Bennett, R. "same 33.00 6.00 Shultz, Rowan, samo 14.63 Kessinger, Everett, same... 11.75 Hoover, A. IL, same 32.70 2.00 Rowan, Claud, same 28.38 Cundiff, Coleman, samo 2.00 Shown, II. C, same 11.40 6.00 Bennett, H. E samo . 24.00 Ward, Jack, samo 7.5JB 9.00 Dawson, S. J samo 3.75 Bennett, II. E., samo Shown, Herbert, samo 10.00 Aloxander, T. D samo . . . 6.00 12.00 Whlttakor, S. L same 21.00 Kirk, J. E., samo 32.00 Kirk, O. L., samo 6.00 23.13 .Hoover, A. IL, samo 7.00 Bartlett, Earl, same 15.00 Bell, C. L samo 19.50 2.50 Hoover A. D., samo 6.00 Richardson, J. B., same 29.75 Tichonor, Cecil, samo . . 32.00 13.75 Patton, Noel, samo 6.00 Patton, Noah ,samo 29.50 37.50 15.00 Bartlett, Ellis, samo - 1.25 Smith, -Jesse, samo . . , . 5.00 Hoover, Orllle, samo 2.10 TolborL- Earl, samo 20.00 Whlttakor. Delbert, labor . . 11.25 .Whlttakor, Delbort, Bame... 32.00 Coombs, Larkln, samo... 5.10 16.00 Aloxander, T. D., samo 4.0 u Bartlett, Ellis, samo 10.00 Taylor Joe, same 2.10 '13.75 Jones, II. T., samo 2.00 Hoover, Ed., same 6.25 Coombs, Sam, samo . , , , 3.60 6.00 Hqovor, W. F., samo 12.25 Tanner, Kelloy, same..... 12.25 Collins, Frank, samo . . . . 9.30 11.00 Kirk, O. L., same 3.00 Hoover, Elvis, samo 16.25 King, .Kills, same 5 40 5.00 Bennett, Lojs, same 3.00 Bartlett, C, samo 18.25 Hagerman, Leslie, same . 3 00 U Af) Wlgglngton, Wayne, samo . . 3.75 Condlt, Bill, samo 14.00 Wlgglngton, T. W., team . il.uv 70.20 G.00 Dawson, W. J samo 5.00 Alexander, T. D same 8.25 Ilartlott, Ernest," same . . , 73 80 Gilbert, samo 3.75 Carson, W. II., labor Porter, 7.GO Hoovor, 5100 G.XW., same . .'. . G.00 Wlgglnton, T. W., same iz.uu Wlgglngton, R. C, same 54.00 Dawson, W J., snmo "v . , . 9.00 3.75 Hoover, G. A., team Dawson, Jack, samo 5.00 16.80 Reagon, S. M samo . . . , . 5S.10 3.13 --Riddle Clarenco, same W. R., samo 6.00 Carson, 30.00 Aloxander, T. D., samo . . 44 40 84.00 Shown, II. C, samo 4.00 Steinberg, C. a.. Supt G1.20 Boll, r.so Klrli, J. E., labor . . . ; 27.50 Hoover, G. W.rsame 61.80 Shown, lltnry, samo G.00 27,50 Htiover, Onto, same A. IL, same . . . . . . 4.00 Hoover, 57.00 Hoover, Ona, team 37 10 same 20.00 'Patton, G. IL, same 2.00 Bartlett, Earl, 35.40 Taylor. Jess, same 433.' 0 12.75 Hoover, A. D., samo 22.75 Stownrt, G. W., samo 33.00 Wostorfield, Reed, samo . v 1J9 40 - 12.50 AVestoi fields-- , Roqd, samo E., same 3,00 Hoover, 48.00 Ward, L. M., 3amo 11.1 80 0.00 Patt.on, Noel, samo 23.75 Hoover, Ellis, samo t 30.00 "7.50 Hoover, Ellis, same 12.50 Bennott, L. P., Bamo (Cpntlnued on 3rd page.) 44.40 .... 9.00 6.00 16.00 15.00 16.00 11.00 .... .... .... .... 35 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... . ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... slmo... ...... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ...... ........ , ..... .... ........ .... Sam-Tsam- o .- ..'...,, ...., .... 25.G0 Hoagland, II., sdmo 25.25 8mltlv W. D., labor ...... 37.50 ' 7.00 Mlschko, H b,, freight , J4.1v Rlchcson. J. It., samo 5.48 Shown, Henry, samo 32.40 Taylor, Gnat, samo 14.75 Pntton, Willie, labor 12.00 Hoover, Ed., same 3J2.40 I Cundlff, II. II., samo 16.25 Felix, Raymond, same 22.50 Carson, W, II., samo ......... 29.40 Alexander. T. D.. samo 4.50 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor 17.50 (Continued from 2nd pago) Wlgglngton, T. D sano 29.40 Itldgoway, Will, samo . . 2.25 Williams, J. II., books 45.41 Hoover, Ona, same '24.60 Chapman, Nod, samo ... 6.00 Samo, same 45.41 Wflnntcnts-lSTIuidDfaoh- J Handloy, Tom, samo 16.75 Smith, Jesse, labor 12.00 .Wlgglngton, T. Wi, same 18.00 Hoover, Forest, samo 20.50 Wosterfleld, Gllhtrt, samo. , . 23.40 Hoover, Arch, samo 25.50 Mosloy. Clyde, stme ... 6.50 Whlto, A. D., tools 17.96 B7 Hoovor, O. W samo 7 5 Mldklff, Herbert, painting . . 2G.40 Ilonnott, Rupert, samo 30.00 Mnhaney, O. T., labor '22,50 re) in Stoinborg, O. G Supt IYWirTA.l.B 2D. 50 Mosolcy, W, A., team t7f 80.50 iiownn, Claud, samo 51.45 Tnylor, Wm,, labor 28.50 SullonBcr, I). D., foreman . . 50.00 Wosterfleld, Timer, samo., 12.00 Wlgglngton, 10., same 55.55 Ronfrow, J. A., samo 6.00 Wostorflold, Herbert, samo . . 35.00 Dawson, W. J., same G5.55 Carson, U. S., wire 30.00 Wlgglngton, S. D., samo 14.00 JurK, j. b labor 10.00 Hotvor, W. P., samo . . 42.90 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor ,28.50 Wlgglngton, It, C, samo... 15.00 ftIA Ilonnott, Lois, samo Mlucey, M. L., sam 32.G0 Wcsterflold, Ollbert, same Coombs, Larkln, labor 6.00 10.45 , 7.00 :&?JL Hdovor, W. P., samo 10.00 Kirk, O. S samo 21.00 Kirk, A. AI., samo 36.85 Doggs, Joo S, wagon ....'. 40.00 Stone, O. S., samo Ji?8G 23.50 Hazlowood, J. D., samo . 9.00 Moscloy, Clyde, samo 10.45 Samo, lantern 3. 00 Hoover, O. II., samo 7.50 Whlttakor, Scott, samo , 15.30 Whltaker, G. Q., samo 29.70 Same", water cart 5.00 Roagon, S. AI,, samo Jones, Clifton, samo Hudson, Jack, samo dump wagon 14.75 4.50 34.65 Same, 30.00 i' mi ' . . nnimr..lv ran nr.NT. ,' -Condlt, IJIII, Bamo' am..---2.75 Dennett, Lois, samo ,. 25.00 Dlalr, W. P.. same 47.85 Stewart, Alfred, livery 3 Kir 4.50 k.M . Harding, Hen, samo Hoover, Homor, samo (.AbUUIl1'" Magan, O. C, samo 9.75 22.25 9.90 Felix, Raymond, painting- . . . ;z;v 6.00 "Wlgglngton, S. H., samo . 8.75 Kirk, Earl, samo 12.25 Hhoads, S. C, samo 39.00 Mldklff, Herbert, samo 4.00 , sirnimuiisui""" ISO Hoover, Arch, samo 7.50 Hoover, Truman, samo 10,00 Mason, E. D., same 35.75 Tlchenor, Cecil, driving truck 20.00 Hop I hcStomachs ona IKweiL Dennett, Hupert, samo 1 uorry, Henry, labor Showli, Herman, uamo 21 4F .7.50 Tucker, Monroe, samo 27.00 12.50 55u Hoovor, A. II., samo y.oo 35.70 Lore, D.0 samo . r.v 13.75 Hoagland, Dennis, same... 23.10 King, Ellis, same "iltX Shown, Henry, same . 16.00 Itowan, Andy, samo 11.25 Minsey, H labor BS5tli 8.00 Stewart, Alfred, livery 5.00 ThcrcryrromoUngDiScstfon Wiggins, W. C., samo , 17.10 Jones, Clifton, samo 15.00 Jarnagan, V. L., samo 7.50 Porter, A. C., filing petition .50 Oiiy, same Hlncs, 32,40 llartlett, Clyde, labor , 10.25 Tlchenor, Arvnl, labor 2.50 Hlnes, D. C., snmo 18.00 ChccrfuIncssnnaKcsiw""1" Wtflttlnghlll, Earl, samo 1.25 Mason, Robert, samo 5.40 Hoovor, Elvis, samo ) 1.00 9.50 Thtc, Joe, water keg ncllhcr UpIum,iorpnu; Tlchenor, Cecil, samo 36.00 Shown, Alonzo, samo 3.00 LMngau, u. u., same 16.25 uorry, a. u labor 20.00 Mintrnl.KoTKvucoTic H&i 150.00 Cundlff, iJaut, samo Smith, Jcsso, samo 34.50 Wlgglngton, T. II., team 11.25 JUJscnKO, ii. e freight 33.53 ttftafO!dS:SmmaCSR J lif.it. Ilarrctt, Loulo, samo 61.20 Wright, Forost, samo 5.40 Hoover, W. C, samo 11.60 W. B. Bills & Dro., ice 6.95 Wheeler, John, same 5.40 Handloy, Tom, same kl2 5' 33.00 Wilson, Elmer, same 20.10 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor 25.00 r..5 Srnna 8.10 Kellcy, Tanner, samo Earl, Talbert, same 9.00J .Dell, T. D., same 16.50 Swain, R. I., gasoline 45.15 :ssrt bxMi<l Tlchenor, Cecil, samo 51.50 Duko, Prank, samo 27.00 Doll, Charlie, samo 15.75 Drown, Percy, labor 45.00 Po V? Wlgglngton, T. W., team 75.00 Ilowan, Kay, Bamo 27.00 Steinberg, C. G., foreman.. 21.00 .Swain, R. I., gas 46.00 36,00 Wcsterflold, Herbert, labor. llartlett, Ernest, samo 66.00 Wade, Leo, same 6,90 f Greer, Seaton, samo 5.06 fr'annS ftantuiSmf Alexander, T. "D., samo 19.80 Handloy, Jim, same 12.00 Hoover, Ed., same 9.00 Greer, Macg, labor 13.06 ecu M. hjjrrtrrmimr Ward, L. M., same 30.00 Westorfleld, Gilbert, same.. 6.00 Hoover, A. II., same 9.00 Wade, W. M., samo ; I? a Ci 3.94 lUujterficld, Ollbert, samo.. 6.00 Richardson, Hugh, samo . . AhcfpfulRcmcdyfof 21.00 Turner, Homer, same 7.50 Farmer, J. P., same 12.25 f'S!a KThg, Charlie, samo 39.00 Sjsh. Step, same .. 7.00 Dennett, Rupert, samo . . . 6.00 .Taylor, Ronda, same 16.12 Gonslipauoniuiui"""---Dell, Sam, same 12.00 Stone, Lafe, same 3.50 Hazlowood, J, II., same... 10.20 Farmer, Clarence, samo 12.25 to? Jo1 Itldgoway, Will, toam 3.00 Tint ley. Henry, samo 3.50 Shown, Ernest, samo u.uu iHvnuiic; , j, w.vsume ti.Yb iS&SI Handloy, Tom, samo 42.00 Hroglund, E. D saria 3.50 Shown.. A., same '. 6.00, I MortGn, Charlie, samo 13.06 resultin.crcffwnjninfaii'y-- ; AmirtT3i 39.00 Hoover, W C, same . . . . 59.50 Duke, Frank, team Hoover, W. C samo '12.00 Greer, J. A., samo 8.44 Vf Taylor, Jess, samo 39.00 Smith. Jess, samo 43.00 Dartlett, R. D same 16.20 Ralph, Lawrence, same 2.81 Tac Simile Sijnatarcjpt 13.20 Westorfiold, G., samo Wcsterflold, Tymor, same . . . 18.00 Doll, C. L labor 12.00 Magan, Alvls, samo 2.25 ?hdwn, Herbert, samo 12.00 Stoinberg, C. G., foreman . . . 91.00 Hoover, C. W., samo 33.00 Farmer, C. II., samo 7.72 24.00 Sullcnger, D. D., same 65.00 Turner, Horner, teams Dawson, W. J., Bamo 12.00 Moseley, Ira, same .' 42.00 91.00 A'cstcrflold, Herbert, labor .'. 38.50 Wlgglngton, T. W., foreman. Stolnborg, C G., Supt 7.20 Same, samo 11.00 NEWXSii:t2 , 13.50 Sullcnger, D. I)., foreman . . . 65.00 Dartlett, Ernestjsamo. . . . . 36.00 Hhoads, C. It., labor 2.25 Rogers, Dill, same 2 37.20 Dartlett, James, same Wcsterflold, Herbert, same.. 52.00 Hoover, A. II., samo 3.50 Greer, A. A., samo 25.50 I III 111 MI'M t 31.25 Hoover, E. J., samo 30.00 Moseley, Otis, same 3.50 Greer, C. II., samo Donnett,Lols, labor 46.00 Hardlngr Hon, samo 24.75 Carson, W. It., same 12.00 King, J., samo 1.25 Patton, J. R., samo 22.50 28.75 Shown, Henry, samo 27.00 Iloagluncl, H., samo Harding, A. H., samo 3.50 Ralph, James A., samo . . . 17.50 21.25 Kirk, O. L., samo 27.00 Mo3olcy, Clydo, samo 3.50 Taylor, Ollle, same Kirk, Earl, samo v. 19.50 17.50 Shown, A., same . 33.00 Wlgglngton, S. D., same 1.25 Daize, N. R same Hoover, Ellis, sapio 25.50 Exjct Copy of Wrapper. 30.00 Alexander, T. D., samov 5.00 Hoovor, W. P., sumo Wlgglngton, S. D., samo 2.25 Mldklff, J. A. .same 18.00 5.00 Richardson, Hugh, same 29.70 Allen, Arch, same . . .. 3.50 Moseley, E. K., same Stone. O. S.. samo 36.00 i& 22.25 iMiuer, irn, samo . . , j.uu iHosciey, w. A., team . . 7.70 Ralph, J. II.. samo Jones, C, same 25.00 31.20 I Wlgglngton, E., samo 10.00 Hoovor, Arch, same 9.90 Edge, IvanT samo Ilowan, Claud, samo 16.00 30.00 iWigglngtcn, T. W--, same 21.25 Dennett, Itupcrt, samo 9.90 Farmer, C. II., same Cundlff, Coleman, same 45.00 19.80 Wlgglngton, R. C, same 7.70 Parmer, M. G., samo Westorfleld, Itolllo, same.. 23.50 Jones, Clifton, samo v24.00 12.&0 Shown, Ernest, samo 21.00 Kirk, A. M., samo 7.70 Ralph, Jesse, samo Hazclwood, J. II., samo 24.00 BE SURE THAT YOUR 16.25 Hoovor, Onlco, samo 14.10 Rhoades, S. Cf., same .. 9.90 Magan, Alva, samo Hoover, Homer, samo 36.00 SEED CORN WIJL GROW 31.50 Ashley, W. C, same 18.00 Mason, E, D., samo . . . 7.70 Ralph, Lawrence, labor Hoovor, A. II., samo 7.60 31.50 Dawson, S. J., samo 15.00 Tucker, Monroe, samo . 7.70 Magan, Dert, same 12.00 Dennett, It., samo (Dy P. G. Holden, Feld Director, 12.00 Hoagland, Dennis, same 7.70 Patton, J. L same ."25.20 Dawsqn, W.. J., .samo 6.00 Hoover, Arch, samo 1.50 Kirk. Earl, samo 29.75 Mlnscv. Hillsmnn. labor 3.50 Ralph, Jas. A., samo S.00 Agricultural Extension Department Shown, Henry, same 9.00 Horn or, Homer, same 1.25 Hlnes; D. C, samo 3.50 King, Ellis, labor 19.50 International Harvester Company.) Harding, J. M., samo 22.50 Mason, Robert, same 3.50 Tolbert, Earl, laboi1 2.10 Wlgglngton, T. W., same. . . . 15.00 Dartlett .Clyde, same The long growing season for corn 13.50 Lore, II. C, samo 16.25 Hell, T. B., samo . 3.50 Coombs, Larkln, samo 5.10 Hoover, Ed., samo 1920 caused tho most of us to be27.50 Dell, Charles, same 9.00 Dennett, Lois, samo 1.50 Taylor, Joe, same . . v 2.10 in Hoover, W. F., labor 30.00 Wilson, Elmer, samo 6.00 Travis, J. II., samo 7.80 Coombs, Sam, same . . . . .. . 3.60 lieve that the corn, when harvested, Hoover, Onn, samo 6.25 Handloy, Tom, team 27.00 Dell. C. L samo 21.00 ColllnSj Frank, same 9.30 was fully matured, well dried out Crabtrco, Albert, same 21.00 Carson, W. It., same 36.60 Wade, Leo, snmo 9.00 Smith, JeSse, samo 27.50 ' and in good condition for seed. Dalrd, Clyde, .same 93.60 Dullders Iron Co 1,159.23 Mlschke, H. E., freight 4.80 Hoover, W. C. samo . . ... . 49.00 Hlnes, Guy, samo Dut recent tests show that the Same, same 63.00 15.00 Westerfleld, Gilbert, same. 44.96 Whltltnghlll, Earl, samo 63.60 06.00 Turner, Homer, same 6.93 corn did not dry thoroughly and it $18,405.34 Same, same Total samo Sllth, Jesse, 60.60 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor 172.00 Harris, Harlan, samo Ion Co.. truck Kill 7.50 t 25.00 is likely that the vitality of much of .. n nn LIST OP CLAIMS ALLOWED BY "Kir-k-, A. D expenses 70.00 ' tt nuuvur, juuji, euiuu Ward. L. M.. team tho corn we have saved for seed Is 12.00 THE OHIO COUNTY COURT FOR Mlschko, H. E., freight 27.40 low. Westerfleld. Gilbert, toam . . 35.00 Shown, Herbert, samo 39.00 Samo, same 27.40 11.25 Duke, Frnnk, same THE YEAR 1020. W. C, labor Hoover, For this reason it is very important 17.5Q Dartlett, R- - D., same 39.00 Coombs, R .E labor 1.50 King, Ellis, labor 6.90 7 Same, team 21.00 Kcown, George, hauling 29.00 that every ear of seed corn should be 250 Royal, I. C, same etc 31.50 Wallace. II. C. .same King, Chns., labor 1.50 tested before-i2.00 Griffin, Lon, labor 3.60 Ualrd, Clyde, samo '. . 33.00 Tlchenor, Tlchenor etc, labor Rldgowny, Will, team is planted next spring , 12.00 Hlmes. samo 1.50 30.00 Dalrd. A. F., same Tajlor, Jesse, team Poor seed is one ot the chief causes 3.60 Anderson, D. W., reporting: Louis, James, labor 34 05 Dnrrett, L. O., samo samo 7.ou Handloy, Tom, 50 00 ot a poor stand and a poor stand 7.00 10.00 Dennis, T. C, road bd "evidence 21.00 Westerfleld, Rollle, samo. , . . DaVson. W. J., samo 40.50 Wooster. R. M.. labor 20.10 means a small yield. 8.00 Mlschke, H. E., freight. 14.00 Smith, Jess, same Westerfleld, Timer, same... '' 43.20 'Tlchenor. Cecil, samo 26,10 4.50 Samo, samo 7.00 Wlgglngton, T. W., foreman Illrkhoad, E. E., samo Thore is nothing else that will do 8.10 Brlstow. Harrison, hauling 8.50 5.00 Allen, James, hauling 15.00 RidKWny. Will, labor Hudson, W. M., snmo yield ot corn 32.10 Poole. Homer, road bed.. 2,70 so much to increase the 25.00 Talbert, Earl, labor . samo 2SjO0 Rhnads, C It., same Hagcrman, Joe, - 18.30 Tichenor, Cecil, labor 7.50 on every farm as the making of a ger-5.0- 0 ... 13.50 Estcs, H. D., stakes . . . 31.50 Cundlff, Paul, same Sosh, Stop, same 5.10 Westerfleld, J. R., labor mlnation test of six or eight kernels 12.70 Talbert, Earl, labor . . . 17.50 Hudson, Poney, same Dlshop. F. D., samo Dnrrett, Louie, same . . 6.40 from each ear to be used as seed and 8.10 Durrough's Adding Mch Co., 10.50 Magan, O. C, samo Darrett, L. G., samo - 5.20 Stone, Lafo, same . . . 6.90 4.00 discarding those e'ars which show 2 1.50 Wlgglngton, T. D samo . . . Ins. on Add. Mch Ellis. Stevo, samo 700 8.00 Tichenor, Cecil, same 21.00 Moseley, Clyde, sajne Westorfleld, It. T bnme 5.40 Ralph, II. W., labor . . . .w ...... ...- 5.00 weak or sickly roots or stem sprouts. 4.50 Smith, Jess, same .r.uu Mason, Robert, same 10.80 ! Tlchenor, Cecil, labor wcsicriieiu, iiuiuc, suinu . . . n. 5.25 The most common mistake Is to con7.50 Wheeler, Alfred, same . 24.50 Dartlett. James, samo Ashley, Dennis, same 5.40 i Mldklff, W. P., kindling 3.00 10.50 Cundlff. R. It., samo James, Henry, samo 23.70 Smith, W. D., hauling clude that wo can judge the garml-natln- g (Continued on 7th pago.) 2.00 10.50 Cundlff, Lot, samo Kcown, S. 0., samo 25.80 Ashley, Dennis, grading pover of seed corn by looking 10.50 Tyler, Not, same 10.80 Stone, Lafe, same 25.80 Smith, Jess, labor ..'.., fat it and that it doQS not need Hat Why Colds Arc Dangerous. . 14.00 Alexander, T. D same 13.20 4.90 Tlchenor. Cecil, samo Dartlett, Ernest, samo 14.00 Hoagland. II., labor .75 You are often told to "beware of a ing. King, Charles, samo 16.50 Hlmes, Everett, samo . 3.60 cold," but why? We wllL tell you. A few days spent during March in 10.50 Wlgglngton, S. D samo TInsley, Henry, samo 14.70 Smith, W. D., hauling 1.85 Every 7.00 King. Jno.. samo 13.50 Rial, Eck, express Tucker, Monroe, samo selecting and testing our seed corn cold weakens the lungs, low91.00 Mahanoy. Will, samo Steinberg. C. 'O., Supt 1.43 4.20 'Same, same at harvest 38. 85 Mahanoy, O. T, same 29.10 ers the vitality and paves the way for may bo Worth moro to us Westerfleld, Herbert, foreman 10.20 Stevens, CM., labor.., time than a wholo year's hard work. -- diseases. 36.60 Richcson, J. It same 5.00 tho moro serious People 11. 70, Smith, W. D. hauling. Hoovor, A. H., labor 51.00 Ridgoway, Will, samo 12 00 who contract pneumonia first take 29.40 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor. Tlchenor, Cecil, samo It Is nothing more nor les3 than .. 29.10 Hudson. Poncy. toam 9.00 Dennett, Ruport, samo '39.60 'Nail, Lem, hauling cold. The" longer a cold hangs on, good business for us to know that 35.40 Macan. O. C. same 5.00 35.40 Carpenter. Charles, labor Hoover, Ed., samo tlfo ground Is 1.50 Moscloy, Clydo, same 4.00 tho greater tho danger, especially tho seed we put Into Hoover, Ellis, same 40.80 Hlne3, Stove, samo healthy seed and that It will grow. 36.90 Moseler, W. A., samo 4.25 from Uio germ diseases, as a cold pre Wlgginton, T. W snmo 42.00 Samo, samo 21,00 Hudson, W. A same . . . . r. 15.60 Smith, Jessyhaullng 8.00 pares tho system for the reception and And the only way we can tell good Hoovor, Onle, same Hazclwood, J. II., samo 1.10 Mincey, M. L.. samo 4U.so ailschKo, H. B express 4oa development of tho grma of consump- seed is by testing It. 3.00 Kirk, A. M , samo 75 37 80 Tichenor, Frank, labor Shown, Herbert, same One man in two days can test 10.50 Wlgglngton, E., samo m.uu tion, diphtheria, scarlet fever and 40.80 Tlchenor, Cecil, samo Harris, Harlan, samo you enough corn to plant 40 acres of 25.10 Wlgglngton, S. D. samo.... NO. 80 Tichenor, Powell, same Dartlott, Ernest, samo 3.00 whooping cough. Tho quicker 27.60 Roagon S. M., samo 7.15 got rid of your cold, the less the icsiing win n oi cost 10 ex 22.20 "Hocker, J. A., straw Whlttakor, R. A., same 22.20 Tlcjionor. Cecil, labor 18.00 ger of contracting one of these di- ceed 10 cents an acre. Yet, because Hoovor, ArcTi, labor 16.20x Dlalr, W. P., same 21.60 Whltaker. G. C. samo 5.35 25.20 Leach. C. F., labor Rowan Claud s.nme seases. Chamberlains Cough Reme- it is "too much bother" to test corn, 23.40 Wlgglngton, R. C, samo . . v 25.20 Williams, James II., books 'Shown. Henry, same 23.10 Alexander, T. D., samo onrson. W. It., same 6.52 dy has a great reputation as a cure wo pick. out 600 ears, look at thorn, for children i3.zu v 5.40 Cundlff, C. D samo 3.60 Tichenor, Cecil, labor. .". . .. 10.00 for colds and can be depended upon. guess that thoy will grow, and plant Hoover, W. C, samo 14.10 Steinberg, C. G., foreman . . . 91.00 Rial, Eck, C. O. D. Chgs.... 24.23 King, Charles, same m them. As a consequence, more than Is pleasant to take. 24.25 Sullenger, D. D. same 10.90 It 20.00 Smith, Jess, hauling Jtonnett,. Lois, samo 12 acres out of every 40 planted to . 2.70 Trails. J. H.. labor 13.20 65.40 Tlchenor, Cecil, samo Aioxandor, T. D., samo corn In the average Corn 'Belt sato $187,000,000 U. S. LOAN 2,40 12.25 WoUterfield, Herbet, same . . 27.00 James, Delmar, labor. Harding, Don, samo TO RUSSIA TfOW OVERDUE produce nothing. 25.50 Tlchenor, Cecil, samo 19.50 Dartlett,' Ernest, s"hmo 7.60 Kirk. Earl, samo 14.75 Hoover, A. II., same Dy testing we got rid of the dead, Hoover, Homer, same 340 Tichenor Worth, hauling . . . 2.70 Washington, Feb. 26 Certificates 34.20 Samo, freight 4.66 of indebtedness signed by a repre- weak, disease-InfecteJ. 75 Hoover, Ed., same Rhoaus, Cecil, same and mouldy1 , 7.20 Hoover, W. L., same 25.20 Samo, samo llpovor, W. E same 2176 sentative of tho Kerensky Govern- ears. Testing does not hurt the 16.80 Mllllgan, II. E., livery 4.50 Shown, Henry, same 5.00 Hoover, Forost, samo ,. .. 4.75 ment ot 'Russia for a loan ot $187,-000,0- corn. It requires but little time and ' 3.00 Shown, Lon, same 32.10 Rial, Eck, freight Hudson, W. M sanio , , 25.00 22.20 Ashley. W. C, same 26.10 Stono, Lafo, hauling Hennott, J. C, same have expired, tho Senate was that at a season of tho year when we ... 28.50 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor 3,00 Kirk, O. S., samo 10.50 informed today by Secretary David have little to do. Dy testing we have Whlttlnghlll, Earl, same , . . 24.00 Walker, M,artin, plastering. . 15.90 Dawson, W. J., same 2.20 Crabtrco, Duck, same nothing to 25.20 King, John, papering 19.90 King, Charlie, same 10.00 Houston of the Treasury Department. everything to gain, and Dalrd, Clyde, samo j The obligation Is therefore a de- lose. 30.90 Tlchenor, Cecil, labor 50.00 Shown, Ernest, samo 21.00 Smith, Jess, samo 3.00 Patton, Willie, hauling 3.00 mand one, he added, with interest There are several methods of testGillespie Dros.', blacksmlthing 21.90 Dawson, S. J., same 30.90 vThomas, E. D., labor 1.50 and principal payable Immediately, ing corn but the limitations ot this Elite Ice Co., haullgn gravel 180.00 Dennett, Ruport, same 18.60 Richardson, Hugh, labor . . . 30.00 Aicitenney, ranue, samo . . s.du Wlgginton, T. W., team ot a descrlp- -' 21.00 Hoover, Arch, same 15.00 but no steps have been taken to col- article will not permit ji.zo Tlchenor, Cecil, same Hoover, W. C, same 12.00 Hoovor. John, same 12.00 Mlschko. II. E., freight 14.27' lect either the prlnciQal or interest. tion of any ot them. Any county) Carson, W. R., samo . 9.00 Patton, J. L., labor 14.00 Jones, Clifton, same 9.00 Wosterfleld, J. R samo The debt with' interest now agent, any agricultural college, or, 49.00 Dartlett, R. D., same 19.20 Tichenor, Cecil, same 14.00 amounts to moro than $200,000,000 any good farmer will bo glad, to toll i Jones, II. T., samo 12.50 Dean, W, S., expenses 15.43 Tucker, Monroe, snma ,..,. 42.00 Dennett, Lois, samo his neighbor how to ttfst seed corn. 17.00 Cook, Mack, same 7.00 Kirk, Earl, samo 15.00 he said. Dartlott, Ernest, sarne After the corn has been tested, 5.50 Tichenor, Cecil, painting . . . 15.00 7.00 Dartlett, Clyde, same King, C. W., samo sorted, shelled and graded for tho 24.50 Lore, D. O., same 7.00 14.75 Wilson, Ernest, hauling Wosterfleld, Rolllo, same... " 21.00 Homor, Tumor, toam 44.40 Everllng, Jr E., sills 2.50 planter and tho bad kernels removed, Sosh, Step, samo FOR FLETCHER'S 28.00 Harris, Harlan, samo 18.00 Tichenor, Cecil, painting . . . 10.00 Tinsley, II. G., samo el It should be placed In 28.00 Hoover, John, same 18.00 Same, samo 8.00 Ashby, D., samo Backs and hung up In a dry place. We 38.50 Duko, Frank, same 18.00 Samo, labor 3.00 Dalrd, Hardin, Bame should put In a sack separate from 10.50 Dartlett, R. D same 18.00 Rial, Eck, freight 4.41 Ellis, Stevo, samo 10 Aft Smith, Jesse, labor flnl.fl , ji.du lUUHUi 4 CT nnwtfv A' 13.38 8 WOMEN WITH $10,870 Hoagland, E. D., same DUU1U UUV tho rest, the seed from tho best 100 7.00 i Hoover, O. V .. samo 47.00 57.60 1I Nail, Henry, labor , MAIL CAB LOOT, ARRESTED ears. When planting wo should use Stono, Lafo, same , .. . .1 B Aft T nA Kt .' TT -- t.uu 2.00 .o.uu Stewart, A. IL, livery jiuziuwuuu, j,, buiiiu u Hudson, n.siis, same the seed from these "best 100 ears" 3,60 Mlschko, H. E freight 6.34 Wlgginton, T. W., same. . , . , 17.50 'Anderson, C, W., same St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 26 The ar- on one side ot the. field and pick our 7.00 . Smith, A- - O" samQ Drown, J. L school books 4.33 Bennott.Dlllls.team 10.50 Daniels, D. P., same 9.00 Patton, Willie, labor 10.50 rest ot thro6 women and recovery of seed corn from these rows next year. Hagerman, Joe, same 3.50 Wlgglngton, T., foreman. .. . '18.00 Ellis Ice Co., ice 5.25 $40,870, stolen from the mall car ot Johnson, George, same Invstlgations conducted over a 17.50 IReagon, S. M.same 21.60 Rial, Eck, C. O. D. Chgs.... 14.74 train No. 2, Northern Pacific Rail- perlodo of Cardon, C. D., same soveral years by various 25,25 Stewart, A. H., livery 14,00 Unpads, C. It., labor , 10.00 road on February Stevens, Ray, same 18, was announced agricultural colleges and by tho U. S. 10.00 3.5 Same, samo Westorfleld. Tymor, samo . . . 14.00 i WIgglngtonr D. W.t same , . . x 14.00 Dartlett, James, samo 10.50 Hoover, Forest, plow eta... Department of Agrlculturo have prov6.50 hero tonight by Fedoral officers. Turner, Homer, same 2,25 Tlchonor, Cecil, labor-.- ... 7.00 Wlgglngton, W samo ; . . . . 5.00 Thoso arrested are Mrs. Alice Hen- en beyond doubt that rot diseases ot Alexander, T. D., same . . . , 3.50 Mosley, Otis, same 4.50 Samo, painting 8.00 dricks, 40; Mrs. Oraqo McDonald, 20; tho corn root, the Westerfleld, Gilbert, samo . . stalk and tho ear 22,50 Felix, Raymond, same Stenlberg, C. G., foroman 4i 77,00 I King, John, samo have been one of tho chief causes ot 1575 Taylor, Win,, same 30.60 her daughter, and Mrs. Elizabeth Sullenger, D. D same . . . 35.00 , Wlgglngton, S. D., same 27 a cousin. . 36.75 Cundlff, Lee, samo 20.25 'Mldklff, Herbert, samo 37.60 thin stands, ot large numbers ot "WJesterflold, Herbert, labor. . FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY ftartlott. Ernest, same jiuuvur, Ai ii,, samo ..,., .... ...... ... .... ' .... ...... ' ' ... .o...f ......... .... A ...... Eastdru ,: I I , II V I 1 lllllKl niu vnvi and Children. For Infants Mothers Know Genuine L: ff - .... ;, Castors ..... .....,. .... .... .... 'Jc-s- vs Always Bears the Signattire of Jr(f n W ga Em ...... .... ...... .... .... ..'.... khs ( 11 1 1 Hfc7 A' a fe v .... .... All Use. For Over .... ....... .... .... '? ....... .... ......... ........ Thirty Yea .... .... ...... .... HJJ I II FWk vl 4HIMBt II P i tS IHIBI I" I f'T THC CCNTAUN COMPANY. NCWVOHKCITr ..?... .... I .... weak and stunted plants, oC stalfess-tha- t are down, or leaning, or broken-- of chaffy, immature ears and ot rs duced yields. "" , , .... .... .... .... .... .... Herbine cures constipation an reestablishes regular bowel mo. ,. ats. Prlco 60. Sold by Ohio County Drae Co. I- i .... I ........ ....... ti. A ! ... A Timely Suggestion The next time you have a coub& mucoid try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is pleasant to take and yatr are sure to be pleased with it affords. This remedy has a srfdesr reputation for Its cures or cauhs; and colds. kt tha-rellc- ....... t L. :,: wCm B. -- ... ..., 5 O rain& Were Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. U. No. l.Bluford, 111., got rid of 1 During her ills. va3 awfully weak . . . My pains were terrific. I thought ! would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure ot my hands on the lower ... Fart of my stomach was felt as if life for but a short time. My husbandwas worried One evening, while reading the birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straignt for some Cardui for me lo try. v BL .... , ...... .... .... .... ' ... ..... .... .... .... .... .... j ' ! ... .... .... mzm dan-'grou- TAKE ...... .... .... .... .... .... it .... GARDOI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, and I went through with no further trouble-M-y baby was fat and strong, and myself thank God am once more hale and hearly, can walk rriiles, do my work, though 44 years old, fed like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run dpwn by disorders peculiar to women. -- ..:.... .... .... ....... ..... ..... .... .... 00 ....... ... .... ......... ...... .... .... Children Ory CASTORIA halt-bush- A 0 .... ...... .... Take Cardui I ........... ..... "...,... An-ders- WM I nmu4wmtBlfM ". m pm i wii i .4MftwA 'f ' mm.l Mm i,l ul JT X - - The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY meals per day, and will bo disappointed, at least surprised, If the grocery-mn- n falls to call on us on or about April tho first, in his usual, bland stylo. Thero Is a law and custom requiring that ono who works nnd cams shall recolvo Just compensation, nnd tho samo law and custom forbids that nny shall bo paid, or recolvo wages whore nono Is duo. To Tcad an nrtlcle in tho current lssuo of tho Herald, ono would Imply that certain of tho "faithful," meaning Republicans, had been going tho other way round. Thero Is a remedy for ovory evil, a cure for most ovory 111. To know of public monies paid for "sernnd illegal, vices" not performed, without nartlcularlzlnc. Is nn Injus tice to tho public. To vaguely' hint and Infer that funds nro Illegally paid for "services" not rendored,lf the reverse is .true, Is, within itself an Injustice Jo the parties directly at METHODISTS ACTIVE IN MISSION FIELD Tho Methodist Episcopal Church malntnlns n force of 1,120 missionaries, Including G25 men nnd G9G women, In foreign lands. Dr. Frank Mason North, corresponding secretary of the Board ot Foreign Missions nnnounccd hero Tho fig ires woro contained In n roport to tho executive committee ot tho board, showing tho extent ot the foreign mission activities of tho church. In addition to tho missionaries thero are 14,310 native workers In tho various .'am's, including 11,500 ordained preachers, 6,199 unordaln-o- d natrVo prenrhcrs, 3,010 ether male workers and 3,662 nativo female workors. More than 500,000 church membors nnd probationers, 235,000 nf wlilnh nro In full mnmliorahln. peoples of tho mndo up earth, represent tho result ot tho Methodist activities. Tho Methodists support twelve unl-- 1 versltlcs nnd colleges In foreign fields sixty-fiv- e theological somlnnries nnd Bible schools, 102 high schools, 1,- 162 teachers and 18,706 students. Elementary schools numbering hold over 100,000 children nnd 9,000 Sunday schools havo an attendance of 405,000. There aro 2,750 churches and chapels, estimated In value at $9,000,000 and 1,664 par sonages and homes valued at to-da- y. 2,-7- Now York, Feb. 27 IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH Incorporated W. S. TINHLEY, Editor nnd IIiisIiicmi Manager. Entered nccordlng to law nt the Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall xiattor of tho Becond class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. Wool Growers' MEETING and to '' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sont to a now address must glvo tho old fcddrcsa In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c er line, and 80 per lino for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions find Cards of Thanks, lc por word, and 60 for each head lino nnd slgnautro, money la advance. - Church Notices for services freOj interest. Jisi tfeer ftflverUsorant, lc per Democrats jrordT will proval upon . ABonymous communications recolvo no attention. nointment of he positions -- Farm Bureau Meeting BEAVER DAM Saturday, March 12th Wool Growers: All persons who delivered WOOL at Beaver Dam in 1918 are requested to be present as there is a rebate due and I wish to know who you are and how SILAS STEVENS. much wool you delivered. are busy heaping disapHarding's "head for ap- Daugherty and Hnys-t- o ot Attorney General and - 1 " Postmaster General, respective. Hanging beforo trial, or even before 123 Cumberland . . the usual nnd customary preliminary hearing. So far, no reason has been no sano or MARCH I advanced for the criticism, TJUDAY sensible reason at least, and, in fact there Is no objection to either, other thnn the fact that in tho case of ANNOUNCEMENTS Daugherty, he happened to bo tho warm, personal friend of Senator For County nnd District Harding and took it upon himself to Offices. personally manago tho now President's campaign beforo tho Convento announco tion. And in tho case of Hays he "We are authorized tho candidacy of the following citi- was the active head and manager of zens, subject to the action of the Re- the National campaign, both piloted publican party In tho primary election to victory. This fact, this alone, Is August 6, 1921: tho cause of all of this advance and Hays is widely adverse criticism. known and no man will for a moment For Representative. question his honesty, hard working JRA JONES Arnold. ' proclivities and unusual ability to organize and eject system Into the Circuit Clerk: For. ; things he undertakes to handle. A BLACK Hartford R. 2 FRANK man who can do those things ought V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. to make an Ideal postmaster gen STEWART Beaver Dam. O. N. not so eral. The Courier-Journa- l, lone ago editorially proclaimed Hays County Judge: For to be big enough for President. Why MACK COOK Hartford. can he not manage, satisfactorily, WINSON SMITH Select. ono department of tho Government? "W. S. DEAN Dundee. Let's try the "criminals" give them a gentleman's chance before we hang County Attorney. For them. Honest people could ask no OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. more, honest people will do no less. Farmora Mutual.. 1. 69 telephones FOR SALE bushels Corn. 36t2p 5 tons Hay and 100 Homo 'phone. LUTHER DANIEL. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. J. B. Wade, Plaintiff. Vs; Notice of Sale. Rough River Lumber Company, FARM BUREAU MEETING We want to see eveiy farmer of Ohio County who is interested in reducing the cost of selling and bettering the quality of his products. We are making an earnest effort to put fanning upon a higher and more efficient plane we can do it Remember the date, March 12. Be. and with your sure to be here and bring someone with you. There will be some interesting speakers who will explain the Farm Bureau to you. DON'T FAIL US come along, talk organization, join the Bureau. We want a membership of one thousand come along, be a booster for us. Everyone needing Fertilizer this spring wants to be present as the large fertilizer representatives will be there. S. O. KEOWN, Ch'm'n., E. G. AUSTIN, J. F. MILLER, " -- For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. ' .Defendant. Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale entered In the above styled action nt the Novembor, 1920, term of the above styled court, directing me as commissioner of tho said court to sell the hereinafter described property for tho purposo of paying tho Judgment of tho plaintiff, J. B. Wade, against tho defendant, Rough River Lumber Company, in tho sum of 52000.00, with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from tho 30th day of March 1920 until paid, I will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, at public outcry, at the court house door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday trio 7th day ot March, 1921, it being the first day of the regular March term of the Ohio Circuit COurt, at about the hour , Committee. Miss Blanch HIckoy spent several days recently" with relatives In and Whitesvllle. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cundlff, of CICERO CROWDER Select. with Mrs. srient the week-en- d T. H. BLACK Hartford. Cundlffs father, Mr. M. H. Combs. Centertown, MALIN D. HEFLIN Mr. W. F. Cornell and son, of Franklin, arrived here Saturday night For County Clerk: spend a fow days with home folks. ROY II. FOREMAN West Beavor to A small child of Mr. Ed York, Dam. who has pneumonia, is getting along ISOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. nicely. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. Mr. Andrew Payne and family will MODE SCIIROADER N. Roslne. move soon, to McLean County. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. Hooker Williams enE. G. BARRASS Hartford. tertained quite a low of their friends M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. at dinner, Sunday. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Baizctown. CLEAR RUN. Bu-for- d, i Gr'ARALPH Hartford. B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. . ' DUKEIIURST. ro For Jailer: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. Hartford. "WORTH TICHENOR JOHN T. KINO Hartford. Mrs. Herbert Park has been quite 2. sick for several days, but Is getting '1701 S. A. LEE Sunnydale. HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY and summer. ford R. F. D. No. 5. Mrs. Malissa Wade, visited in tho McHenry, JOHNSON STEWART Clear Run neighborhood Sunday. Route 1. Charlie Trogdon has been on tho McHenry NATHANIEL HUDSON sick list but Is better now. Mrs. Jessie Wade, of near WashFor Tax Commissioner ington, was the guest of her mother, D. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3, Mrs. Anna Hoover, Monday. G. "WILL DROWN, Beaver Dam. Mrs. Golda Park is visiting relaROY F. KEOWN Fordsville. tives here and at Mt. M'oriah, this week. For Magistrate, Mr. and Mrs. "Darb" Smith gave (Rosino District): a party Feb. 19., to a few of their J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. friends. All reported a nice time. J. N. LOGSDON Rosino. TAFFY. Our good frlond, the Herald, a few Quite a number of loads of tobacweeks ago, was strongly advocating very an 1U editorial column, over the signa- co have been dellvored but-nsatslfactory prices have been receivture ot G. B. Likens, that to tho vic tors belong tho spoils, and now they ed. Misses Inez and Cova Kirk and ralso the very "dickens" because the two chief managers ot the recent Clara and Isaboll Hoover spent SunRepublican Campaign are taking seats day with Miss Geneva Taylor. Aubrey Newcomb and wife, of the in tho new Cabinet, Consistency!' Washington neighborhood, spent SatThou art still "somo Jewel." urday night and Sunday with Mrs. Thero aro a lot of fellows these Newcomb's mother, Mrs. Clarence days who aro particularly opposed to Patton. Mrs. Flora Stewart and children .civil service rules and regulations. A complete or nearly so, reversal of visited E. C. Balrd and family Satform has been experienced during tho urday night. Tho Stork visited the homo of Mr. Tast fow years. It seems that those or eight and Mrs. Lennle Bartlett last week who opposed It somo .seven years ago, now are In favor of, and and left a bouncing baby boy which those who then favored aro opposed will answer to tho namo ot Roathel. Mossrs. W. C. and E. C. Funk have to tho workings of tho regulations, about comploted their sawmill set at aiow. , V this placo and will move to Palo in Notwithstanding tho fact that wo tho near futuro. Mr. A. J. Funk, of Eure"ka, Ind., aro to have a change in administrathis tion today a Republican Presldout was called home from ot place on his father, of. Mr. Wilson wo havo a account ot tho illness Instead -hunch" that we must continue to C. T. Funk, who formerly resided in order to procuro our three hero. -- better. Everett Chapman has taken the mail route on No. G, for the spring of 12:30 o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve months, tho follow-in- g described real estate, lying and being in Ohio County, Ky., on tho waters of Rough River and bounded as follows: . "Beginning at n stake or stona In the line of Jesse Warden land; thenco N. y E. 89 rods and 8 links to a stake on tho side, of a drain; thence S. 88 E. 182 rods and 20 links to a stake or stone; thenco S. 1 W. 88 rods and 6 links to a stake or stone ridge; thenco N. on the point of 88 W. 9C rods and 17 links to a stone; thenco N. A E. 4G rods to W, 2C rods a stone; thenco N. 88 W. 46 rods to a stono; thence S. 1 to a stone; thence N. 88 ?i W. 59 rods and 8 links to the beginning, containing 93 acres." Tho purchaser will be required to execute bonds in equal Installments, due in six and twelve month, bearing Interest at the rate of 6 por cent per annum from date until paid and to have tho forco and effect ot a judg--men- t. A lien will also be retained to further secure the payment of said bonds. Given under my hands as Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court. This tho 10th day of February, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. R. E. Lee Slmmerman, Attornoy. Illinois Central System Passenger Noted for Being on Time Trains 1 j The only record showing the percentage of on tlmo arrivals at destinations of tho . passenger trains on all the railways ot tho United States was made by the United States Railroad Administration for the months of August, September, October and November, 1919. These four months are considered by railway men to bo as favorable for" railway operation as any perlood of the year. This record, compared with that made by Illinois Central System passenger trains for the same period, follows: "" . ALL RAILWAYS August 83 per cent September 84 percent 84 per cent October November 82 per cent 0 ILLINOIS CENTRAL SYSTEM 03.1 per cent 1)0.2 per cent 05.4 per cent .. 00.2 per cent " During 1920 the Illinois Central System operated 79,022 passenger trains on Its' miles of lines In fourteen states ot tho Mississippi Valley. Tho .permore than-6,00centage ot on time arrivals at final destinations, by months, was as follows: . January Telephones ', March '.' 03. t 01.0 OO.l "" February April May ,..0.-- l .M.04.2 0(1.1 ', , ,'. . , ,. Juno July August September October November December , :., mui'; 0flT7 ."'-"- N ' ., 07.il 07.0 03.8 ' - ' c , , , " ' No Need to Wait I have telephones and supplies in stock. Make a specialty of repair work. If " you need Wire, Brackets, Pins, Spools, Insulators, In- sulated Wire, Lightning Arresters, Switches, or any part for a telephone, call, write or phone me. A few second hand 'phones in stock. Mutual phone No. 1. Believing that tho assurance ot arriving at destination on .time is an essentially Important factor in passenger train service, tho Illinois Central System is soeklngcon-stantl- y to Improve this phaso of servlco. Maintenance ot schedule, however, is but ono feature of tho incomparable passenger service ottered by the Illinois Central System, every featuro ot which Is distinctly outstanding. The equipment ot the famous Panama Limited, oporatlng between Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans, represents the highest known standard ot tho art of railway; carriage construction. Tho Panama Limited has been designated by its patrons as the "finest train in the world." Illinois Central System passenger trains aro noted tor the safety with 'which lf they are operated. More than three and billion passengers have been carried ono mile sinco a passenger riding in a proper position was injured fatally. Another outstanding feature is the character of service rendered by Illinois Central trainmen the courtesy and attention with which passengers are served, Inswhlch we take great prldo. " Consclous-o- f our obligations to the public, we aro making" overy effort consistent with honest, efficient and economical management to render a service that will not only pleaso our patrons, but will Justify them in commending it to their friends and one-ha- acquaintances. In it's passenger service, as In all other departments ot its organization, tho and confidence of Its patrons. nols Central System seeks the Constructive criticism and suggestions aro invited. , 1111; v ' C. H. MARKHAM. President Illinois Central System. W. G. Muffett Beaver Dam, Ky. je Good, homo grown red clovor flccd HKTTIXO KC.GH FOR HALE Bar-- 1 for snlo, $11.50 por bu. 35t2 red Plymouth nniu. ...UUW AU.U.IU I ntmrin r.iin,t ' stock; O. T. BURNS, Harfrord. Reds, puro cgggl5 for $1.00; 50, for $3.00; 100 for $6.00. My Por International No. 8, lowCorn stock Is as good as nny In tho county. King Manure Spreaders Sto Also agent for tho Buckeyo Incuba3514 W. E. ELLI3 A BRO. tor ftnd Brooder Co. A. J. WILLIAMS. Many of our New Spring Lines are now in our Call WILLIAMS & TAY Mr. T. P. Carson, of TorVnolIn, LOU, Hartford, Ky. Both phones. house. We are ready to show you Miss., was summoned homo, arriving Satisfaction guaranteed. 36tf hero early "Wednesday morning, on account of tho sorlous Illness of his . OAK GROVE On account of tho hall storm Satfather, Mr. Alec Carson, of Nocreok. In all wool Polo Coats at $12.50. urday night there was not very many New Cape Coats, all wool velour .$19.95. Mrs. Leslie Morris, who hns been present at church at Select. All of visiting tho family of Mr. W. A. Mor-rls,- tho Rowan" County creeks were out These are very new and attractive; Come in tan near town, and other relatives' of tho banks and all over tho bottoms. and copen, sizes 34 to 40. In tho County slnco December 25, Pallace Smith tied his gasollno mill left for her homo In Dollvllle, III., toa tree to keep It from floating off. Mr. Elvis Renfrow, of Llttlo Bend, Monday, r visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. We have a remarkable value double warp, in all Hoyt L. Taylor, for soma time with Sllns Renfrow, Saturday and Sunday. wool serge coat suits, navy at $19.95. to There was quite a number present tho L. & N, II. R. Company, real New semi-rippl- e suit, made of wool tricotine, nppralslng department, has ac- at tho party given nt Guy Faught's navy blue, at $29.95. These same values last cepted a position with tho U. S. Rail homo Friday night. All report a way Administration Board, Washings nice time. season were $30 and $45 each. Henry Renfrow, of Oak Grove, is ton, D. C, visiting friends and relatives near Hon. Alvls S. Bennett, Chairman Horso Branch. The Stork visited Mr.' and Mrs. of tho Kentucky Compensation Board Silk Taffeta dress, clever new style, navy and a who had spent tho weefc In Western Owen Butler tho 22, and-le-ft copen, $12.95. girl to make Its future homo Kentucky, In hearings, visited relaExtra quality of crepe de chine dresses, beautitives In and near Hartford Saturday with them. fully hand embroidered, at $24.95. Mr, Arthur Crabb has purchased a to Monday. mulo and a road wagon from Guy Mrs. Emma Schroeter, City, ac- Faught. Suppose he is proparlng to companied tho remains of her little help move the Cromwell exchange or nephew, tho child of Mr. and Mrs. maybo tho operator to Oak Grove Elegant dress skirt in all wool plaid, velour, new Charlie Hawkins, who died here last real soon. models, clever plaids; colors navy and brown, week-enMiss Thelma Baxter, of Beaver to Spottsvlllo, whero burial at $12.50. Dam, and Miss Dora Rclhardson, of took place last Saturday. Fancy stripe box plaited skirt, in brown and Borah's Forry, were the guests of navy serge, at $9.95. James' S. C. Whlto Leghorns tho Miss Lee Rontrow Sunday afternoon. by egg machines. Flock headed Plain serge sTrirts, navy and black, regular and HEFLIN. "Foarrls" strnln cocks. Eggs $2.00 extra size, $5.95. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Stroubo visited per 15; $6.00 per 50; $10.00 por 100. JAMES' Poultry Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Luthor Dooley Sunday. MRS. O.-Mr. and Mrs. N, M. Russell visited Centertown, Ky. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stunning blouses of Georgette, elaborately emMr. Henry Selbert, of Owensboro, Robertson's Sunday. broidered, in honey dew, navy, coral, tomatoe, Miss Ruth Renfrow; of near Palo, formerly a resldcntjjf this placo spent bisque, $8.00 values at $5.95. with his daughter, Mrs. 13 visiting her uncle, Mr. Carl Renthe week-en- d Dennis Ashley, and Mr. Ashley, of frow and Mrs. Renfrow this week. Mrs. Emma Robertson, who has near Beda, and was a guest of Mrv and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie, City, Mon been visiting In Atlanta Georgia, has Our Spring Millinery is in the house. We are returned to her home here. day night. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stogner visited ready to show you. Our formal announcement Wo have about 30 cook stoves and their father, Mr. Martin, of East will come later. If in a rush, see us any time. ranges on our floor which wo are of- View, from 'Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell visited fering at prices almost on a pre-wbasis. You who aro In need of a Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ellis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Westorfleld, stovo should seo our lino before buy35t3 and little son J. D., visited Mr. J. M. ing. Hoover and family Saturday and ACTON BROS. Sunday. Having Just received some nice Mr. Clarence Ward went to OwThompson Strain Cockrels to add to ensboro Monday, with a load of my flock of Barred Rock hens, can t furnish eggs at $1.00 for 15 or $5 00 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION per 100. M ; ; : j... " OF IIUNT COAL COMPANY B. B James, of MeltonThe Hartford Republican' ry, Mr. Morgan Monday, on business, 35t2p ' "MRS." McHenry, Route 1. . was In town . Notico Is hereby given that the MARCH 1 FRIDAY, BeaMr. C. O. Hunter returned Sunday Hunt Coal Company, a corporation, Mr. Dyer Davis, of Route 3, ver Dam, was In Hartford Monday, on from Louisville, whero he had been Is closing up its business and Is dis with Mrs. Hunter, who underwent an solved by unanimous consent of all business. PERSONAL NEWS qperatlon there some days previous. thq stock holders. .XV. H. HUNT, President, exAND SOCIAL EVENTS Seo us for nil kinds of grass and Mrs. Hunter is doing nicely and Is By HARRY L. BRAMWED, pected to bo sufficiently recovered flold seeds. Quality first. 34 14 Secretary. to return home by Monday. W. E. ELLIS, & BRO. Prof. Ira Jones, of Arnold, was In town Tuesday. Bring me your hides and Junk and arred Rock Mr. Louis Gelger, of Centertown, got your oats at C5c por bushel; Clovred to Lay and Weigh Judge R. R. Weutllng went to Ow- who was painfully Injured In a fall er Seed aj. 15c per bu.; Redtop Grass last Sunday, is recovering. ensboro today, on legal business. Seed 12c per bushel, also fertilizer I am In better position jo pleaso my-- cifstomers than ever before. For Mr. Pres Barnard, of near town, and farming emplements from & Bro. for all kinds Spe W. E. Ellis D. L. D. SANDEFUR, twenty years I have culled and matof Oliver and Vulcan chilled plows. visited friends and relatives In tho South. Main St., Beaver Dam. ed until I now have a yard of Barred Walton's Creek country last week. 35t3 Rocks that is the peer of any. S. D. Bosket, Centertown, is in Isaac Y. Sandefur, of Hartford, This year I havo mated my fine, on business. Mr.Alec Carson, Jr., of Loulsvlllo, St. Louis, Mo., this week, came down Wednesday to bo at the who hadbcon In Detroit, Mich, for cock that produced such fine birds some time, has accepted the position last year as a cockerel, with the best " Highest Cash Prices paid for egg3 bedside of his uncle, Mr. Alec Carson, as head of the shipping department bens and pullets and am ready to fur' of Nocreok. and paultry. with a wholesale" Grocery Company of nlsh eggs at $3.00 for 15 or $5,00 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Huntington, W. Va., which is a sub for 30. Mr. Alec Carson, of Nocrcek, who sidiary of the Creacy Corporation. I have also mated three extra heaJudge J. P. Sandefur, City, was in has been In a very seriouB condition, vy well-mad- e and finely barred cocklegal er- during tho past few days, was thought Owonsboro, Monday, on a Mr. J. T. Snoll and son went to erels with a choice lot of hens and to be bettor at press hour. rand. Franklin last Saturday to visit Mr. pullets and am ready to furnish eggs and Mrs. S, T. Longfellow, returning at $1.50 for 15. EGGS VOW SALE Puro White If you aro in need of a plow buy accompanied A fow extra fine cockerels and Plymouth Rocks $1 por setting of 15. Monday. They were Blount's Truo Blue from homo by Mrs.. Longfellow, who will pullets at a bargain If taken at once. Apply J. F. BRUNER, Pres. ACTON BROS. 35t3 spend a month here with her mother, 'Eggs for Incubator for 100, prices 34tf White Rock Club, Hartford. 30tf Mrs. Julia Allen, Mr. andMrs. Snell on application. Mrs. J Caskey Bennett who reJNO. B. WILSON, Mrs. Z. "H. Shultz, who had boon and othor relatives. cently returned from Owensboro, is making an extended visit with friends ill at her home hero. . and relatives In Owensboro, returnfenco, rabbit and ed to her home hore, last week-enWo havo flold pouury fenco, and barbed wire fonco. Boys! You are going to want a W. E. ELLIS & BRO. SEPARATOR now buggy this spring and you want H. L. Tucker, of Central City, was a good one too. Buy the George REDUCED IN PRICE. Delkor and you will have It. the guest of Mr. Robert Bolln, ACTON BROS. 35t2 Monday night. Now is tho tlmo to buy your Sepa-- i , rator. Altho manufacturing cost, Have your corn meal made at ACMr. and Mrs. U. S. Faught, of Cenprice of material and labor costs have your own corn tertown, wore guests of relatives In TON BROS. Oet not as yet materially decreased. Central City, Saturday and Sunday. ground on Tuesdays and Fridays, Exchange meal for corn any day. Sharpies have anticipated lower prices H. D. ESTES, Miller. Wo have the International (Os- 33tf for farm machinery after the readborne) Disc Harrows, tried, and pricHence, justment period Is over. " 3Bt4 For Ollvor Chilled Plows, disc ed right. prices of all standard Sharpies Sucharrows, section harrows, cultivaW. E. ELLIS & BRO. tion feed Cream Separators are retors, Black Hawk corn Planters, tracduced over 20 per cent. Prlce3 are Mr. W. E. Ellis of the Ellis Ice Co., tor plows and tandem Harrows, see ACTON BROS. tomorrow from 3Bt3 level. Sharpies Bhate back to pre-wIs expected to return readjustment losses with tho farmer. Louisville, where ho, has been since Miss Elizabeth Moore, Secretary of REMEMBER you can now buy a, Tuesday. tho Red Cross, relief division, was Suctlon-Foe- d Cream SHARPLES Separator at ajower price than for A meeting" Is to be held at Bea In Fordsvllle and. Reynolds Tuesday years past, ver Dam, Saturday, March 12th, in and Wednesday attending to. matters Interost of Ohio County Wool Grow- connected with her department. CALL on WRJTE ers 'and tho Farm Bureau. Wagon harness, collars, check &-TAYLFOR SALE Good span of Mules, linos, bridles, saddles, buggy harness or horse or anything you may require to "dress will tako a good work mare up' 'your horse or team may bo had HARTFORD, KY. In part payment. of 35t3 P.,S. LASHBROOK, ACTO NBROS. ' . Beaver Dam, Ky, ;3Ct2p' NOW READY! Lower Operating Costs Tho big problem confronting the business farmer today Is "Hbvrj can I lower my operating costs?" To this thero is only ono nnswer, "Power Farming.' You. or yonrr father answered It the same way when tho scytho was discarded for-th- o New Spring Coats of Coat Suits mower and reaper. Two years ago you did not have 'to answer this question because you could make money no matter how exponslvo tho old mcthwlK.. But the next year's crop costs will have to bo figured on nn cffldeitff. production basis, the same as any other manufacturer. Samson pow' er points the way out. The Samson Model "M" tractor, by displacing horses, saving; fcodT and other expenses, as well as hired belt work for silo filling, threshing etc., will give ou not only a better and easier means of doing; your work but it will cut down your cost of production the sameaa (t has that of your farmer competitor. Nearly two hundred thousand farmers have purchased tractor during the past year and through iBp pt this power, which is Icfct costly than horso power, have saved monoy, tlmo and labor. The: tractor will do for you what It has done for them. Your business rests with you. It is a question of profIC ox Iotsv You, as a business farmer, can not afford to operate at cost or at a loss. You must mako a profit. Competition Is as strong: car tho farm as in nny other business. Power farmjng with a Samson. Mattel "M" tractor is your salvation. Don't delay tho introduction of power methods. Your profits stnrC the minute you put a Samson Model "M" tractor on your farm not only In your field work, but In the operation of all your machinery. Get ready for your spring work now. belt-drtvc- m i B cs-tn- Silk Dresses at Skirts i d, ti. Blouses -- New Millinery JAz&l&Gb, ar of prompt and to bo had. Place your order with us for a Samson, do It now and bo assures, early delivery of one of the most economical tractors ACTON BROS., - Hartford, Ky. j V?fc - I pwf7'f,. XAlitvIr Jiirs . O i ri .yfiifai igs may be thorn of their power' Captains may waver and fall 4 But the who is crowned by her beauty Will ever be Queen of them all. i t I her secret of conquest! Tis not that her face is so. fair ''Nor yet that her ilcin is like velvet Nor even the iheen of her hair. Anf whafls i '.,( vV d. SHARPLES SUCTIONED Wcm s. 2 JT Con-tertow- n, IT "I, the grace of her figure Her movements to supple and free The delicate curvet of hrt ilnuout form "Whlchltallveryiimpfe."HYh- e- But the poUe and i H I It's the corset (hit does it Tho' I couldn't exrxct vou to know It's the cortet they call the "Live Model'1 And It i othct rum; 'i C fl i i. ar Of course. i i: WILLIAMS OR Carson (L Co, C--i J Hartford, Kentucky. 'I! I' - JL" - .- - -- Z. by legislation to bo freed, from tho shackles ot tho antitrust law." In Should labor bo unsuccessful LIQUOR ILLEGAL getting exemption, ho added, another during the bill will bo ready calling for tho reTlnnt Illnck Walnut Trees As Mem- charged, shall bo entitled,to tho same laws." continuance of disability peal of "all anti-truorial. Tho cxocu,tlvo council will mako trees as compensation thnt liko officers of tho Planting of blnck-wnlnbeing retir- U. S. Supreme Court Rules plans, It was stated, to bring these memorials to soldlors Is recommend- Regular Army recelvo on ed for like disability." proposed bills to the attention of nil Kentucky Act Uncon- ed by the United States Department In caso of disability tho Regular labor organizations in tho United It Is pointed out ot Agriculture. stitutional. on threo-fou'rtStates thru an oxtonslvo campaign. tho black walnut played a valiant Army officer is retired that pay, as is the provisional ofonllst will Each lobor union Tart In the World War. The wood ficer. Tho notional guard officer, public support for tho measuros was used for gunstocks and nlrplano Washington, Feb. 28. Kentucky nn,d bring all possible pressure upon Arpropellors, and tho. nutshells con- the reservo officer, tho notional my officer, tho temporary orbmorg-enc- y laws lovylng a special tax on liquors tho representatives In Congress from tributed carbon for gas masks, whllo officer, disabled In lino of duty, withdrawn from bonded warehouses their districts to support tho bill. the kernels wore used In many deli' ' is absolutely barred from tho bene- woro held Invalid today by tho Sucacies for tho .boys In Uho trenches. cqaul premo Court. Several nrllllons of "A GOOD PROVIDKU" or Demand for tho wood for war pur- fits or aid of rotlroment, In taxes already collected by When It comes to being "a good poses dopletcd the number of flno provision In lieu of retirement. All dollars provider,' no man would prldo himwork tho Stato woro Involved. method Is suggest- wore on tho samo footing as to old trees, and this Tho court sustained lower courts self on furnishing trash liberally for and risks for thoy suffered tho samo ed for filling their places. which had granted an injunction to his family. Tho family Is entitled to hardships. tho Kentucky Distilleries & Ware-hous- e good, wholcsotno food that helps Maki's IN Way North To Hoy llcnii Company and theI. & A. Frle-bor- g growth. ALASKA SEEKS TO Colder Clinics. interferCompany preventing samo with reading. Good It is Tkn ikv iionn nn Asiatic lnmorta- MARKET REINDEER ence by the Stato authorities to with- reading tho pleases nnd creates Its own tho lion, popularly associated nvlth drawals of liquor on which tho spe- hunger for moro good reading. Tho South, Is making us way norm, uuu, Mcnt Exports llnvo Incrcnscd Rapid' cial tax had not been paid. Youth's Companion Is the best of according to reports received by the ly, 5,000 Carcasses nro Tho Supreme Court upheld decrees reading for all every member Ready for Sale. United States Department of Agricua nge. of tho Federal District Court for tho lture, Is being well received. Eastern Kentucky district that the And It comes .overy week crowdWashington, Feb. 2G. "Reindeer law under which the taxes woro col ed with tho best. Let us provo It Most of tho varieties first brought to this country vwere from parts of steak for two." lected violated both the Stato and with' a sample. Asia, whoso climato- - corresponded That Is an order likely soon to bo Tho Youth's Companion has long States; heard in many restaurants thruout Federal constitutions. moro nearly to tho Southern Tho Stato afgued that hero was no since ceased to provide for "Youth" AVlthin tho last seven or eight years tho country. competition in tho liquor business alono. It has becomo the favorite Marketing reindeer meat In tho now and that tho tax thereforo could tho department has obtained about family weekly of America. Its 300 introductions of soy beans from United States is one of tho newest not bfr considered confiscatory. name Is a misnomer, Cut Is retained some nroblems that has been put up to the Manchuria, Korea, and Japan, Tho opinion of tho Supreme Court. for tho sentiment It has generated In ot which' grew as far north as tho Burca"u of Markets of tho Departmeat which was unanimous, was read by American homes through Its service proThe most parallel. d of Agriculture for solution. Alaska Justice Drandels. to every age. mising northern varieties aro tho has approximately 200,000 reindeer, Decision of tho Supremo Court was Only $2.50 for a year of 52 Issues. tho Mandarin, and a number that leaves a considerable handed down in tho cases of the J. Black' Serial stories, short stories, facts, tho Manchu, all native to a latitude snrnlns over what is needed for home & A. Frleberg Company, Cincinnati fun, games, puzzles, humor, etc. of about 46 degrees, on account of JCOnsumptlon. Specialists estlmato Uiat distillers, who were granted an in THE YOUTH'S COMPANION which they aro adapted to our most Alaska Is ready to market 5,000 car- junction by Federal Judges Evans, Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St., northern' States. A large number of casses at present. The fact that the Denihon and Sater sitting in tho Dis Doston, Massachusetts. soy bean herds have Increased from 10,000 samples of Dlack Eye-broNew Subscriptions Received at this trict Court here, and of the Ken wore sent to northern farmers last head in 1905 to 200,000 In 1920 in- tucky Distilleries & Warehouse Com Office. year, aniTout of 551 reports return- dicates how soon tho marketing of pany likewise granted an Injunction o-- t ed more than 400 were favorable. rolndeor will be a real problem. by Federal Judge A. M. J. Cochran of Jloports promise a great increaso In "During tho last few years exports tho Eastern District of Kentucky. SHE WAS ALMOST acreage in Northern States this year. of this meat have Increased rapidly. The court In each instanco held tho carcasses tax unconstitutional because confis-atorSeedsmen are laying In supplies of In 1914 only seventy-fiv- e A NERVOUS WRECK those moro northern varieties; but were shipped out of Alaska; In 1920 " Judge Evans held that it was many farmers, if unable to obtain about 1,600 dressed reindeer car- seizure of property without due pronorthern seed, will plant old varieties, casses were shipped into the United cess of law.such as 'ito San. From 90 to 95 States. It Is thought that within the Since tho highest court, lias held Covington Woman Says 3cr cent of soy bean3 are raised for next fifteen years there may be be- the law unconstitutlon, the case of pasture, although they tween four and five million reindeer, Tanlac Has Made a New Jiay, silage and E. H. Taylor Jr. & Sons Company, nro prolific seed producers. with an annual surplus of 1,000,000 Frankfort distillers, now before tho Woman of Her Can't carcasses that must reach a market' Franklin Circuit Court to be tried Praise It Enough federal Aid Road lluilcling Reaches somewhere outside the territory. At on its merits after Appellate Jugdo HiSh Mark iii1020. present prices this surplus would bo Sampson dissolved an Injunction and "I can recommend Tanlac with all Federal aid highways constructed worth $60,000,000. held the law unconstitutional, need my heart," said Mrs Susie Madaris, last year cost moro than double tho It Is reported that a company with not be tried. of 22$ West 14th street, Covington, .average amount spent annually for its headquarters in Nome has already In the Frleberg case about $1,480,-00- 0, "for since taking the medlcino I 10 years in building the Panama established cold storage plants for bond for which already had been Canal. The cost of tho work com- handling 12,000 carcasses each year. given was Involved. In tho Ken- am enjoying Just wonderful health pleted during the fiscal year of 1920, The meat will be held for shipment tucky Distilleries & Warehouse Com- and strength. "For nearly a. year I was almost a Including tho amount paid by tho to the United States. $700,000 and pany caso between States, totaled approximately $80,-rtn- n Distribution costs are high, but pro- $SO0,000 was involved. Under the nervous wreck. I lost my appetite r nnn completely that I had no duction costs aro low. At present lower courts tho dis- so canal is ro- - ratca . cost3 ai,out $110 a ton to decision of the I felt tired and for food. The construction of tho tilleries had continued collecting the garded the world over as a record- - transport reindeer meat from Nome tax, but had not paid it to the State. worn out all the time and seemed to bo losing. all the. energy I over had. breaking achievement In respect to t0 Minneapolis. The Eskimos own The money, from the special tax Of all troubles I think nervousness dispatch with which It was car- - j 70 per cent 0f the herds, and tho only tho was tp have gone to the State High rlcd out. Tho cost, however, was Jtem ot production cost is that of way Department for the construction must be the worst, for I never had pe- anything before to give me half tho only $373,000,00 and a nording tho animals. Alaskan rein-Tlo- d of State roads. worry and so completely rob llfo of was required to complete it, tho deer wegti about 150 pounds to tho It was estimated that tho act, all Its pleasures. average rata of oxpendituro being Pressed carcass, but the average fathered by J. Wood Vance, Senator year. 'weight can bo increased to 300 only $37,000,000 a "From the testimonials I saw from Darren County, would have g Comparing the magnitude of ths j,oun(is by tho reindeer brought $20,000,000 to the Stato road where lots of people had been re program with the entire w,th tho caribou, which Is a larger Tcdcral-ai- d lieved of their norvousness and that rund. Records in the offico of tho gavo mo of the United aml heavier animal. heart to try it. It took liighway program State audltdV show that since the.act hold of my condition almost at on'ct , States, the significance of Federal was passed and up to last Tuesday, and built me right up. In almost no aid is readily seen. Federal money BEFORE SPRING when Judge Sampson upheld tho act, actually under time I began to relish my meals and allotted to projects Trkiunthoro had been withdrawn from bond VA71V1EA3, 4nnRtnirtlnn at the end of tho fiscal! regain my strength. year 1920, namely, $103,925,094, UP YOUR BLOOD 4, 929, 627 gallons of whisky. "Now I am full of energy perfectly hoalthy and life is once more-- a .pleawas only slightly less than tho total Trouble For Seven from Your lllood Xceds tho Help of Glide's Has Had Stomach sure' to me. In fact Tanlac has tru expenditure of $106,861,053 Years. ma'de mo a new woman and I can n Stato funds for highway construction in Springtime to Overof Fenmore, ly Sanford, Theodore .during the calendar year 1919. In never praise It enough." come "Drowsy, Listless Feelings Mich., has had stomach trouble for spite of untoward economic condiTanlac fs sold In Hartford by Dr. Called "Spring Fever.", seven years' and could not eat vege buFederal-ai- d tions, the amount of L. B. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. tables or fruit without pain In the Taylor, Jr.; In McHenry by S. J. Tlch-eno- r, siness handled, as represented In Polo Faces Caused by Bad Blood stomach and restless nights. By tak. and In Rockport by R. E. 1920 by the number of projects, was Ing Chamberlain's Tablets ho is now approximately 25 per cent greater That Tired, Feeling n Danvegetables or fruit with- Her. Advertisement." able to eat . during the single year than all preger Signal That Your lllood out causing pain or sleeplessness. If Tako Herblne for indigestion. It act since vious work done under the Xceds Tills Splendid Tonic troubled with Indigestion or 'consti- relieves tho pain in a few minutes 1816. pation glvo theso tablets, a trial. fermented matter . The blood that courses thru your They are sure to provo beneficial, ni and forces tho which causes tho misery Into' the Of every $100 which our govern- body in thq arteries and veins Is of bowols where It Is expelled. Price 60 ment spends annually, only 30 cents the most vital Importance to tho cents. Sold by Ohio County Drug . so for the development of agrlculturo healthy life of tho body. Tho little m Company. FOR FLETCHER'S thru scientific research. red corpuscles are what carry life to colls that mako up tho millions of "USE THIS"! IS MESSAGE ve1 Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured your body. Tho bloody Is also the not-all- , WITH BROOM SENT HARDING an cannot reach tr local application!, ot Ihejr ar. Ther la hicle that carries away most, If Washington, Feb. .26. A fino LABOR MAY FIGHT the til dlacaitd portion nly on way to cur catarrhal deafneaa, of tho waste products. now broom addressed to "President by a constitutional remedy. ANTI-TRUS- T anil that LAWS Springtlmo is the season when the Catarrhal Deatnica la cauaed by an Warren G. Harding," with the adcondition of the mucoue llnlnr ot When tbla tub la body adjusts Itself from tho rigors of th Eustachian Tub. monition "Use this!" on tho reverse Inflamed you have a rumbllnc Bound or ImWashington, Feb. 26 The Amsummer. You perfect hearlnc. and when It la entirely winter to tho heat of of tho address tag, was delivered at cloeed. Deafncea la the reault. Unlna the notice how much sickness there Is in erican Federation of Labor, thru its Inflammation can be reduced and thla tuba the White House today by express. raatored to Ita normal condition, hearlnr tho Spring? Perhaps there aro weeks representatives, will Introduce at the Many caiea ot Other marks, possibly indicating will be destroyed forever. Congress a bill pro- detinue are cauaed byof catarrh, which la when you feel drowsy and listless next session of tho sender's name, were illegible but mucoua the an Inflamed condition of labor exemption Ilall'a Catarrh Medicine acta thru and you call it "Spring Fevor." It vldlne for tho this!" was very plain to th blood on th mucoua aurfacei of the i. ..nii.. irt,, hinmi thnt linn become . unions from nrosecution under '.'all tho "use .. .... i ID ivuii; JUM. auratem Whlto House employes. They lookand so called con for We will rive One Hundred Dollar help. wondering speculatively, any caae of Catarrhal Deafnui that cannot weak and thin, and It needs splracy laws," Matthew Woll, vlco ed at it Hall' Catarrh Medicine. CirTnlrn thnt crnnil blood tonic J cured by All Drugglita. 75c. whether the incoming. President I cular free. It will gWo president of tho federation, unnounc- - would make a clean swoep when ho Dude's CO.. Toledo, O. F. J. CIIENEY 1 tho red corpuscles In your blood new ed tonight got around to it. Tho announcement camo after a aiTSfirrc r ,tiifv miT'iP'Riis avw.kw aveoiu , power to carry fresh oxygen to the i - meeting of tho executive council of Washington. Feb. 27 In order to cells all over tho body. You'll noFor hoarseness, Inflamed lungs or .omnJv Iho Inlucflxo. ilnno thn r,f f -I t lo n .tinnrrn fnr thn linttnr in a ftW tllO federation Ot Whidl the llltllCt Irritating coughs, Ballard's Horo-houn- d . .. . -. ...t.... t.n..1 ,n .t.nnt nl Tn .1 lo t. fl Tlrtl Id fit nfflflfllR nf -- -- ...v...-,..- .. uom w wu Syrup Is a healing balm. It core ot tno national Army wno sorveu uays. u Brings .1 .... mo tuiura . I ....m.uu T1fnjaVt1a " I ArilOxl.- does its work quickly and thoroughly. - palo faces anu nits you oui 01 ureu, IlL. 11liAJ IflttA tuu uimeu in the World War and were not atI o feelings so that you enjoy ca under the antitrust laws was dis Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. tachod to tho Regular Army, tho Com-- ! cussed. Mr. Woll said that becausse Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. ro mltteo on Interstate and Foreign i full vigor. k Spring is tho tlmo for a good blood of hearing on Jurisdictional disputes of tho House hasjavorably Commerce n so that tho council had delayed final action, Toportod a bill .which contains this tonic. Tako ' you can enjoy tho most beautiful sea- - but that the wholo subject would bo provision: a policy de"That any officer who has served son of the year. Get It at your drug-i- n takon up next wok aid For Infants and Children of tho United gist's but bo suro It is tho genuine, fined.' tho military forces "Tho action of the government in printed during the. war with Germany with "Gude's States Years prosecuting tho mine workers' of- In Use and who does not belong to tho Regu- -' on tho package It is sold in both ficials," lsaid Mr. Woll, "Is accumu- Always bears Thoy havo the lar Army and who incurred disablll- -' tablet andllquld form. lated evidence of tho necessity of la- Signature of m ties while in tho sorvlce during tho exactly tho samo medicinal value. bor pressing Us program to attempt ''fjpaid war, and who la honorably dis- - Advertisement. FARM DEPARTMENT. ut SPECIAL TAX ON DIRECTORY. Judge CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Black, Oweniboro. C; E. Bmlth, HartCoin'tli. Attorney ' ford. A. C. Porter, Hartford. Clerk Master CommUMoucr Otto C. Mar- , t Ch'm'n. Board st HEAVKR DAM. V. T. McKenner. Olork It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J, W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stovons. FORDSVIIiLE. tin, Hartford. Tnifitco Jury Fund hs Cal P. Keown, v i: -- ov-o- ry 1st Monday in March 1 J days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. 1st Mouday in July 1J dya Com'th. and Civil. IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR .Id Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Mondny tn November IS days County Board ot Education E. 3. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. Div. No. 1 R. A. Owon, Hartford. Ueeta first Mondny In each month. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunClerk W. C. Dlnnkenshlp. " Sheriff S. A. Brotcher. dee Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 'Robt. Goff, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. G OtiiJ Slovens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. G Nat Ltndley, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. I Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonet. Clerk 011a Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. all-th- e. Ilfty-secon- Eyo-broS- v, w y. - FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. Meets first Tuesday in April and Mrs. BIrdIo Mldklff and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Instltuto, Sopt. 13th Routo 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. EXAMINATIONS 3nl District Q. B. Brown, Hlmmom. Ccntor-tow- n. Uh District O. W. Rowo, Common School Diploma May 14 nnd 15 at Hartford, Bcavor Dam 8th District W. C. Daugherty,Balze-town- . nnd Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers" nth Dfetrlrt W. S. Dsan, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). 7th District D. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. May 28 and 20 County Toachors' 8th District D. C. Rhoades, Hart- ExaiiAnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 6. Juno IS nnd 19 County and State Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvlllo, HARTFORD. (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 2C and 2C County nnd Stato Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford-- , M. Crowe. Police Judgo C. (Colored)-- . Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sopt. 17 and IS County and Stato Tcachera' Examination at Hartford,. ROCKPORT (White). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. s' Sept. 2i and 25 County and Clerk JfMI. Bratchor. Examination at Hartford Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkorson. (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Brutcher. ' State-Teacher- f.S very Woman i nun ii i in im Wanls i ii 1 Mothers K, dcsln-whateve- pftl? PCDCriXIAt UVOIL'MI? f..,. TM...YAa ltrcuAltrT lp unt pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflnm- mnfinn. ni'nmmnMl I... t . .! t? Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. .... Wff. Ly A hcalin? t omlcr for"naftl catarrh. I V 17 I Has xtia ordinary rtcaaiina and tlcmuoJil . sac.ttf-i-ee- , ooc. aU dnigguts, or mau. ThePax!ooTo3'tGntrny,ilaiio3.Nlai, J iur uie uwurm Fashioned A Safe Old erniirase j.7 -- vCXr-H P7 '1J ybS 10-ye- ar 13353 H aiHreMnv.aKCPaa ra cross-breedin- tCfB rrnr?a lJllu P?w I Remedy for Worms Seventy fiveyenriicontin. uoutuse I the beat testimonial KEY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand". It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30cabotilAtyouiini(fiM'or general atoie; or it your dealer can't tuppljryou.tendliiinarna and 30c in ttarop and we'll end you a bouts promptly. hi lr0 Jrl ,m 9 - Succeed wnen everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesse' they are the supremo remedy, m thousands have testified, o LiS. ntY. EiWt, Mi. i I , l'cpto-Maiigu- it Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggls'a counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AMD STOMACH TROUBLE 0V-- 1 WILL YOU TAKE OUR All-Go- Sa GERMINAL REMEDY A BtfORKSiuiEm Treatment ft D 4E. HBHHSK com Vt 'Si for WEAK "x M.UIIGS ot Children Cry CASTO R A CONSUMPTION cello, A quick rellel (or that tlted. cougbi, palm la cbeiU night iweili. hrmor thagri, weak lungi or coDluraplloo. It it doit not help you It FORGONE M,ONTH you notoini. Lock, box 1 Doctor Cupid Thnf. lovo finmotimea cures dis OHIO. MEDICAL GO, o aur-(ac- e. Pepto-Mangan- ." B to .. -- ... ... ..- I I 1 all-gon- ,u' .j-- Popto-Manga- CASTO RrA ForOver 30 Popto-Manga- ease is a fact that has been called to the attention of the public by a prominent physician. Love is not, however, the cure for all women. Many a woman ia nervous and, irritable, feels dragged down and worn out for no reason thct ehe ican think of. Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription gives new life and new Btrength to weak, worn-ou- t, . n women. "Favorite Prescription" makes weak womon 1 strong and sick women well. It is now sold by all druggists in tho United States in tablets as well Feol.TiEht all tho time. Don't lay ol as liquid form." from work for days By taking calomel when pleasant Uv- - VrLax keeps yon Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo on your feet, whilo relieving your trouh N.Y., for trial pkg. of tho tablets. Don't NashvilleTenn. "I have Jised le. Safer too, and easy to tako. afford You cari,'t anything Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription takoEiiminatca else. poisons, cleanses sy it. and found it to do what it is recomtern and rellaves constipation. A nat. good ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur mended todo. It did me moro than the doctors. I had several and in its effect and certain in results. H none of them did mo any good. Dr. won't bo long before Uv- - VvLax will Pierce's Favorite Prescription is tho completely dlsplaco calomel in ever home. Children can tako it freely an only thing for weak, broken-dowwomen. I felt like a now woman with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Non after taking it. I weighed 155 lbs. gcnulno without tho likeness and sign, and never felt better in my life." turo oZL, K. Grigsby, For ealo by Mlt3.AaNEsTATUM.175 L.GreenSt l, m, vrihUAiiM. BvifssA urn USE LI t' V-VER-- LAX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. run-dow- n ' FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY (Continued from 3rd page) TUlschko, It. E., Snmo, Bnmo freight IHnies, Guy, samo ..... ,,. .... re- "William Johtnon, samo 13111s Ico Co., Ico Kills, II. S hauling llurrough's Add. Mch Co., 20.42 20.42 30.00 ,0.00 8.20 D.OO Ulce, H. P., labor "Williams, J. D, & Spns, grad- or repairs Sanio, samo Gray, Janios, sills Jlhoads, H. C, dynamlto etc L. & N. K. R. Co., freight . . . Same, same Samo, samo Samo, Bnmo "Wallace C. F., Inbor L. & N. It. R, Co., freight., dmo, samo Samo, snmo Same, samo Samo, snmo Rtddlo, Clnrcnco, labor Stowart, A. J., llvory Barrett, Loulo, Inbor pairing otc.... C.G0 3&.2E 44. CO 44.60 48.00 30.30 25.21 25.21 45.00 4G.E9 .... ...... . 3.50 40.06 40.04 39.04 42.04 38.05 3,00 3.00 1.00 Probim, W. A lumhor Smith, Charlie, labor I Rial, Eck, oxprcss Tlchonor, Cecil, labor Wcstorfleld, Horbort, Bills etc Rlnl Eck freight Samo , Samo Wilson, Pun, team Rial, Eck, oxprcss f Allen, W. L., Inbor Tlchonor, Cecil, samo Hcnnott, 8. P., labor Hlnca, Stove, snmo Holm, T. O., road bed . . ."? Crnbb, E. 13., labor Coy, Lnwronco, samo Samo, samo Mosoloy, R. 0., samo Greon, W. A., samo I Taylor, Don Vff, samo 'Martin, Pr6d, sills Ohio Co. Drug Co., paint . . Smith, W. D., hauling Johnson, Toney, livery Holbrookr, II. T., lumber . . . Smith, Jesse, labor Hagorman, J. Y., hauling . . . Phlpps, Oliver, labor Drown, P. M., grading I ..,.. .... 15 60 ......... 42.75 12.08 24.00 7.00 40.00 30.14 4.00 7.14 Ion t rrrnn mn nr I..., 44 w.: SP.&ufi His Re-electi- ft As-sure- d 10.50 27.50 16.00 1.50 Is Held By Party" Leaders. Washington, Feb. ! . 25.00 42.90 32.62 30.37 34.87 14.00 3.00 6.00 2.25 .4444 r4 GALLON US ,4 V4 - rr - thought uppermost 26. Tho in tho jnlnds of .... ... . .... Parks, Rico, -- 4, 16.00 5.00 Representative Knutj u of Minne3.48 expects oppo 22.00 sota, Republican whip commltteo 8.00 sition. Tho x 18".0O on committees, which make assign 3.00 monts to tho various standing comKartutt, A. M labo- 1.00 26.00 conL k N. R. R. Co., frolght. . . S8.?2 32.50 mittees, will bt named at tho most . Samo, snmo 2.00 ference and the chances are" that 44.65 Kesslngcr, John, hauling 7.32 . 1G.00 of tho,present members will hold ovL. &N. R. R. Co., freight.... 43.16 20.00 er. Election of a steering committee Splnks, Wayne, hnullng 24.74 16.60 may bo deferred. Rial, Kck, express 44. SI 10.70 would bo Samo, snmo s 15.95 19.71 'Loaders predicted thero R. R. Co.', freight.. 1.. &-26.51 Hartford Mill Co., lumber . . 2.12 no important changes in tho heads of Porter, A. C, cost etc 7.20 Hoover, A. D labor 9.00 tho big committees, and that the Rial, Eck. freight 1.73 Tlchcnor, Cecil, samo 12.50 seniority rule would still hold. ChairC 65 Same, Ico Co. Ico Ellis samo .. 16.00 Esch, of tho Interstate Com-mcrTlchonor, Cecil, labor 11.00 Jno. T. King, paporlng 2fS.00 man 30".00 Cecil Tlchcnor, labor Williams, J. II., books Committee, will retire, and his 3.00 Samo, snmo .33.43 Porcy, Drown, labor 45.00 place probably will be taken by RepBcnnott, L. P., lnbbr 13.60 Tichenor, Cecil, same 8.50 resentative Wlnslow, of Massachu. Tlchcnor, Cecil, samo 11.00 Hlnes, Guy, samo 15.00 setts, ranking Republican member. Ilolbrooks, II. T., lumber . . . 8.85 Cook, Mack, expenses otc. . . 6.15 Stowart, A. II., llvory 2. CO Tate, Thomas, labor A threatened fight against Chair15.00 Kesslngor, Jno., sills 10.00 King; D. P., road bed 25.00 man Volstead, of tho Judiciary Committee, was said to have about peterTO THE FISCAL COURT OF OHIO COUNTY, GREETING: Wo, your Commissioners heretofore appointed to lnvestlgnto ns to the ed out. recolpts nnd disbursements of Ohio County for the year 1920, and to ascerIn anticipation of a call by Mr. INCORPORATED tain tho County's flnnnclnl condition on January 1st, 1921, beg to report ns Harding for a special sessloji to begin follows, of April, most of the about tho first RECEIPTS y Houso leaders will remain In Wash1920 Jan. 1st, Dalanco on hands $ 15,957.32 ington to havo business in shape for Jan. 2, Received from W. C. Blankcnshlp, Land Sales 156.82 tho opening. Fob. 14; Received from State of Ky, on State Aid Work 330.43 Representative Kitchin, of North Feb. 17, Received from S. A. Dratchor, on taxes 3,602.02 Carolina, who is slated for Democrat4, Recovled from Worth Tlchonor, bal. on Army Good3. . . Mar. ', 47.80 t M Slay 8, Received from Rank of Hartford, Loan 4,900.00 ic leader to succeed Champ Clark, ' 32.79 who retires March 4, hopes to bo Juno, 5, Rpcolvod from S. A. Dratchor, on taxes July C, Rccoivcd from Same, samo 200.42 Darmstadt with the advance guard for the new session. July 10, Received from Island Deposit Dank, on loan.'. PAY 4.900.00 back in hnrncss pushing on In the direction of Wurtz- Reports indicate that ho is steadily GERMANS T8 July 14, Received from Dank of" Whltesvillo, on loan 5,000.00 burg. strength. In e July 16, Received from F. M. Hoover on Subscript. II. & O. road 1,000.00 gaining his If the Germans then should still snmo, Aug. 2, deceived from OR FIGHT BELIEF samo 2,000.00 the event Mr. Kitchin- - should decline Aug. 3. Rocelvod from S. A. OJratchor, on taxes T 1,044,27 to assume tho heavy burdens, which refuse to come 'to terms the plan is Aug. 21, Received from Dank of Hartford, on loan.r 5,000.00 believed to include the occuatlon not ' 11,430.43 fall upon the office, a fight will be Sept. 3, Received from S. A. Dratchcr, on taxes only of Bavaria but also of Berlin. of RepresentaSept. 28, Received from Slack Cook, on McIIenry road 104.50 made for the election Allied Military Plans To In army circles It is considered that 4,360.48 tive Garrett, of Tennessee. Oct. 2, Received from S. A. Dratchor, on taxes Oct. 11, Received from Dank of Whltesvillo, on loan 5,000.00 such an operation will involvo'not small number of Cross Rhine Very ApDecauso of tho 5,000.00 Oct. 11, Recolvcd from Island Deposit Dank, on loan . . less than a million men including reDemocrats in the Houso, reports have parent. Oct. 19, Received from Mack. Cook, on salo of gravel. .7. ' placements which would mean the 1,500.00 spread that Democratic representaOct. 20, Received from S. A. Dratcheron taxes calling up to the colors in France of 108.97 tion on committees will bo rather Oct. 26, Rocelvod from City of Hartford, for gravel 9,500.00 sharply reduced. Nov. 4, Received from S. A. Dratcher, on taxes tho classes of 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921 Dy C. F. Bertelll. " sahio 25,000.00 samo Dec. 7, Received from . and 1922, while the expenses would 2,000.00 Dec. 27, Received from F. M. Hoover, sub. on H. & O. road. Paris, Feb. 25. Under a huge run into billions of francs. agree that In cases of Surgeons 46.10 Dec. 29, Received from Mack Cook, on account of fines camouflage bespeaking "the making 9,072.05 Cuts, Burns, Drulses and Wounds, In view of these preparations for Dec 31, Amount of road claims, paid by Sheriff governments to? Dec, 31, Amount of deficit, on account of over draft and most important. of peace," the allied tho Invasion of Germany, observers tho first treatment is 4,386.55 When an efficient antiseptic is ap- day are actviely preparing warlike hero describe the supremo council's unpaid claims danger of measures which, If not stopped, will decision to send a commission to the $ 121,758. 05 plied promptly, there Is no Total amount received from all sources and deficit a fe"w w.eeks in the armtho Infection and tho .wound begins to result within part of Qer-- i Jfear East to untangle move Turkish DISBURSEMENTS. to peruso on man or ed occupation of a large problem as a "cynical heal at once. For many. $ 10,483,40 suade the people of the world that beast, Dorozono Is tho idoal Antiseppaid out of General Exponso Fund Amount Tho general staff of tho allied ar- - tho allies are endeavoring to solidify 5,000.33 tic and healing agent. Buy It now Amount paid out of Salary Fund, for salaries c. 3,479.40 and bo ready for an emergency. Price mies, now meeting in Alms Houso Amount paid out of Charity Fund, for peace whereas under tho cover of this Amount paid out of Charity Fund, for Paupers outsido of Sold, by chairmanship of Marshal Poch, has move gigantic plans have been con50c, $1.00 and $1.50. 625.07 X.. Alms House m arawn up a uuimieu vu. v..u0 summated tor the complete subjuga". ; . . . 21,737.00 Tho Ohio County Drug Co. .Amount paid on account of Indebtedness paid an advance along the Rhino the mo- tion of a beaten enemy." 458.25 u. Amount paid out for Vital Statistics ment tho Supremo Council sitting in Amount paid out oirtTccount of Hartford & Owensboro road..'. 24,917.91 UNIVERSITY PLANS Students of tho Near East are -. 44,617.87 London, gives tho word, which is exAmount paid out on nccount of roads nnd bridges frankly skeptical ,of Premier Lloyd 9,072.05 Amount paid out by Sheriff for plowing otc. on roads ESSAY COMPETITION nected as soon as tho Germans have George's good faith in proposing an . . . '. 1,366.77 Amount outstanding claims unpaid . definitely refused to pay the .enor- Investigatory commission to study Ky., Feb. 26. Students mous Indemnity exacted under the . . . $121,758. 05 1. Lexlngton, Total amount paid out for all purposes the Greelfr and Turkish claims, beOf tho nbovo amount there was expended for rond machinery, in the 275 accredited schools In Ken- - Parls'agrecmont lieving the British premier's consent ? 6.072.15 tucky'havo been invited to partlcl- tho sum of While tho reports of the contem- move to ennfpat tn nintMl general mobilization are of to the plan is, merely a clever writing in o SINKING FUND' , postpone the decision of the matter bo held by the University of Kentucky4 Ticially denied, observers consider it treaty revision until S 10,496.39 y Dalanco on hand, January 1st, 1920 significant tnai me speecu m of the Turkish , .'. . 10,000.00 during tho next six weeks. Tho three most tho Greeks have been given time to Dy Interest boarlng warrant, duo Sinking Fund best essays from each school are to p inister of War Barthou of the Cham recommence their offensive, tho first 20,496 .39 bo entered In the finals. ber of Deputies contained 1920 Disbursements from Sinking Fun& phrase of which failed owing to the :oo Ular. 15, Interest paid on bonds essays are to bo written somo - ling: A Tho ......'.;....- - 1,203 .00 time, between Marcji 15 andAprll 15 "The army is ready for all event- - lack of money and men. It is freely Sont. 15.. same N In diplomatic, circles t ? 2.406 .00 and the winning articles must be in ualltles." " stoppage of army Stated that Lloyd George Is determinFurthermore, the . .'.; 18,090 .39 tho hands of the director of the ex Balance on hands January 1st, 1921 - ed now to givo Greece all necessary t tension department of tho unlversl- - leaves today was officially conflrm- aid, financial, moral .and active, in $ 20.49Q .39.. . . ty, Prof. Wellington Patrick, by Apr. ed order that when tho question is again Indebtedness of Ohio County Jan. 1st, 1921 as follows, Troons Aro Moved. 00 20th'. Essays are limited, to 1,500 countries ?4A'cnn Funding' Donda , Simultaneously large movements of taken. up1 the 4U,&uu ,00 words and aro to be written on one Interest bearing warrant- swill find the Greek position immensetroons to tho Rhine were reported of the following threo subjects: , ly fortified and strengthened by fur?8,5O0 .00 V--f Total indebtedness t "James Lane Allen." (Either a this morning together with the move- ther conquests of Turkish territory. ,. $18,090 39 Sinking Fund, Jan. 1st. 1921 Tinlancn on hands In of supplies nnd 4,386 55 biography or criticism of his works.) ment of tralnloads At tho samo timodiplomats here Doflclt In General Funds . . . f . "Suggestions for Improvement of munitions. think tho move will not succeed, ow". $13,703.84 My Homo Town.'1 ' Summed up, Judging from events Net balance on hand In Sinking Fund ing to tho practicably Impregnable $88,500.00 "Why I wish to Attend the Un- as learned, It can not bo denied any position of the Turks In their native Total Indebtedness of the County, on Jany. 1, 1921 13,703.84 Fund, of Invasion Loss Amount in Sinking longer that tho iversity of Kentucky." hills, to drive them from which, It Thb students are to bo given ample of Germany is about to commence. $74,796.16 of tho County Which leaves the total indebtedness Is declared, It would "take an airmy For-olg- n News from Berlin states that time to gather material from all could is duo from tho Commonwealth of Kentucky, the sum of $14,-15- 8 sources but tho actual writing must von sllmons has warned twice as largo as the Greeks There Minister pro"v- - possibly put in the field. 31 on account of work done on Hartford & Owensboro State Aid Road, room" in the the inhabitants of tho Rhino which when deducted from tho above amount will leave tho net indebtedness bo dono in the school In tho light of these facts a dash , , Jlnces: nresencn of tho teacher. On January 1st, 1921, tho sum of $60,637.85. of sad- - of grim humor was thrown into the "we may have to submit to A silver cup .will bo awarded the! situation when it is revealed that the TO THE FISCAL COURT OF O'lIIO COUNTY, GREETING: Honorablo body school "which produces tho final events appointed by your Wo your Commissioners, heretofore tlta .hnmtlntlnn of council of the League of Nations t ..Mulnn respectfully would financial statement of Ohio to make a foregoing as a truo statomont County, finances mostOhio County, nor and a gold modal will bo given Frankfort is reported fleeing in large spent tho whole day in examining tho of of tho tho winning pupil. The Judges will submit the wo put In six this wo furthor report that wo hnvo foregoing days in making correct,report,truo bo the head of tho English depart- numbers to Prussia to avoid bolng muuer ui U.Si. and statement to bo wo bellevo further state, that knowledge tho belief. ment of tho university and two com caught In tho B"P of tho Krencn oc nnd A nnln In (tin nlrlo nr llSCk that in "witness our cupying forces, f petent persons to bo solected. day of. February, 9 21 our bauds, this 11th up Tho oxact plans of tho war lords Is catches you when you straighten The ssay writing contest will bo j'. H. WOOD,' hleh- - calls for a rubbing application pf Bal- an annual affair, Professor Patrick liri.i vorv sonret. hilt from tho W. C. BLANKENSHIP. It relaxes ost sources. I am onabled to affirm lard's Snow Liniment. J7 L.'Drown, and W. said, In announcing- the subjects. It Subscribed and sworn to before mo by J. H. Wood, of the the contracted muscle and permits is a new doparturofor tho university that tho immediate, occupation . February, 1921, . lit.. muuum C. niankonshin. this llth'day of uy warsnai oruinary youiiy ...n4ln nrltltnlir D11 i..uUl w Q UL.ANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. but is expected to dovolop interest' Ruhr Is not(h envisaged HOLI1ROOK, D. C. the ferlnK or Inconvenience. Prlco 25c, considorinir that Dy H. T. whn schools of the stato and also Sold by approved by tho Ohio County In the KtruMc nt, Bavaria with 50c and $1.00 per bottle. -U.W., .hnniH hn Tho foroKolne report was accepted nud 1921. to develop tho subject of composition, li m County Drug Co.' on fuo 15th day of February. troops occupying Frankfort and Ohio JMscal Court, ho said. CrBLANKBNSHIP, C. O. C. C. Samo, samo Samo, anmo Samo, snmo Splnks, W. S., Inbor etc.... L. & N. R. R. Co., freight . . . Samo, snmo Samo, same Rial, Kck, express Samo, snmo . . . ; Soj't', snmo L. & N. It. R. Co., frolght-- 45.00 47.22 48.00 20.00 14.45 49.60 49.70 49.69 40.19 47.77 27 00 .... Rico, Forest, hauling Royal, I. C, samo Cook, S. W., samo Cook, Roe, samo Sowers, Horbort, hauling . . Rhoads, Seth, labor Rhoads, D. A., lumber Rhoads, Dutler, labor Rhoads, D. C, hauling Rhoads, Arthur, labor Rial, Eck, express Hudson, Pon, hauling Stewart, Alfred, llvory Whito, Clinton, Inbor Stowart, A. J., llvory Tlchonor, Cecil, labor Smith, Jesse, samo Hagcrman, Lesllo, livery . . Dalrd, C. N., hauling -. . Tlchcnor, Cecil, labor Dennett, L. P., samo McCoy, J. P. samo Rial, Eck express D. M., labor . . D. P., dynamite . .... etc. ...... . 5.00 6.00 14.00 17.50 9.00 12.11 48.00 24.00 46.75 20.00 32.00 27.62 42.12 30.00 12.00 20.00 4 COO .... .... Republican loaders of tho Houso in plnnnlng today for the reorganization meeting Monday night, was that tholr majority mlfjht bo too big to handle Dy actual count, tho Republican majority in tho now Houso1 will bo 169 or moro than threo to ono, nnd somo leaders expressed anxiety ttant tho new men who camo In with tho November landslide, and wh' are hero for tho meeting might want to take a hand in selecting officers to serve for tho next two years. Tho opinion genorally was expressed, howovor, that Speaker Glllott and Mondell, of Wyoming tho Republican leader, would be reelected. Their friends sav they will bo unopposed. "For Letter Heads, Nate Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in- the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we , Business and other Cards. BLASTS DEEDS, MORTGAGES, .... ...... Ac, I1T STOCXS. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" .in THE If Ypu N. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. , .... co .... Hartford Printing Company KENTUCKY to-w- lt: .... ... HARTFORD, I TROTSKY ADVISES . old-tim- V3CI1V11 AL.L.IAlNCi ., ,- -, Washington, Feb. 28 Outline of tho Russian Soviet military policy calling for a reapproachment with Germany and possibly with Japan la contained in a speech reported to havo been made by Trotsky at a recent meeting of tho council of high commissioners and of tho supreme military council and received today in official circles. In tho speech, which was sajd to have met with tho approval of all tho Russian generals present, Trotsky declared tho disastrous economic and domestic situation In which Russia found herself was forcing her to continue war. In stressing the necessity for an army of 2,000,000 men, he said: "Peace must be signed as late as possible with Poland so that wo may gain time. When wo are ready, wo shall find a pretext, even If peaco is signed to attack her." Concentration of troops against tho Baltic states and Finland was suggested as a preparation for any eventuality. Bessarabia, he said would serve as a sufficient pretext to attack Rumania, and Lithuania and Georgia would servo as depots of war against Poland and tho Near East. "Our relations with Germany," Trotsky continued, "must be mnjn-taln- ed at all'costs. She is our best, munition provider. Thanks to her officers, we shall soon launch threo submarines at Nicolaovsk on tho Black Sea. Do not let us exclto Japan, who .Is becoming a menace for America, nnd who, It she allies herself to Germany as after all would be natural, might be of great help to us with tho latter in our war In tho -- ..... 7.... --25- :..:....."... " --- - ..t. ... r :;,...$ the-follo- i.-s- , ' - to-w- lt: " pro-Turki- sh "'"'Va -- Near East." Tho Best Laxative. "My sedentary habits havo necessitated tho use of an occasional laxative. I havo tried many but found long-dread- Ohio-County- nothing bettor than Chaniborlain's Tablets," writes Georgo F. Daniels, Hnrdwlck Inn, one of the model hom tels of Now England. NORTH DAKOTA EXACTS NO HMOKING MEASURE ....... --- --- r - I ... Bismark. N. D Feb. 2C. Tho North Dakota Senate lato today pass- II rd n1 Hin llnllan lilll wlltMl htblt smoking In dining rooms, cafes and other public places which both men and womon frequent. I -- a 4 f- CASTORtA OhilUren Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A I 71" T Opportunity Knocks But Once We have Triumphed Over Traditions and Backed the Dogs of Adversity into Their Kennels, and are Now Offering Our Enormous Stock of 4 Hardware, Furniture and Farm Implements - . 1 At Less Than Factory Costs! Furniture Oak Dressers, with large plate glass Mirrors, value $28.00, special $19.00 14.95 Oak Dressers, value $20.00 special 22.45 Oak Dressers, value $29.85, special 23.95 Oak Dressers, value $36.10, special 15.75 Chiffioniers, value $23.25, special JKitchen Cabinets, the celebrated Sellers make, 47.80 value $66.00, special Others at values from $58.00 to $76.00, sale price $20--Fre- e Merchandise$20 ta Cupboards at values from $10.00 to $20.00, $7.50 to 15.00 sale price 11.75 Beds, value $16.00, special Davenetts, oak frame and finely upholstered, - $45.00, special 26.50 6.95 Eeed Baby Cabs, value $16.00, special Dining Tables, 6 ft. oak, value $25.00, special 16.75 '17.50 vOak Dining Chairs, set of six, special 5.25 Oak Rockers, special to 6.50 $4.95 Bed Springs, special 7.45 Mattresses, all cotton, special 4.00 Mattresses, cotton top, special RUgS Brussels, Art squares, all over pattern, sizes 9x12, special . . . .$9.95, $12.95 and 17.50 Pine lot of small Rugs at prices ranging 75c to 8.00 from 1 ton Truck, ran less than 1000 Dodge, used, miles and in perfect condition, valued at $698.00 $1100, our price $41.50 to 60.50 To the first 25 ladies entering our store on the opening day, Wednesday, March 2, we will present FREE one beautiful vase or a glass water pitcher, and to the lady buying the. largest bill of merchandise during the entire period of our sale we will give a beautiful aluminum coffee perculator. Come early and get acquainted. We pay Railroad Eare for a distance of 50 miles if your purchase amounts to $25.00 or more. i Farm Wagons and Machinery Owensboro, Heavy, special Owensboro Medium, special John Deere, Light, special John Deere, Medium, special John Deere, Heavy, special Weber, Medium, special ." 4 .. .! ." . .. .t . Tractors The World Famed Waterloo Boy. You know what it is. Look at the price, value $1500.00, special $1192.00 This is $100 under the present wholesale price. Lalley Electric Light Plants The veiy best Lighting System made. Has only parts to wear or cause friction. Stops when the battery is charged and automatically rings a bell when batteiy is discharged. The regular price of these plants including labor for installing is $660. Our special price a,t this sale is $395.00. Water Presure Plant for country homes, will raise water 80 ft. special $155.00 3 movable Heating Stoves and Ranges Majestic Steel Ranges, value $136.00 price Majestic Steel Ranges, value $126.00, price Moore's Steel Ranges, value $140.00, price Moore's Steel Ranges, value $96.00, price Heater, sale price Moore's Cole's Hot Blast Heater, sale price Special Oak Heater, sale price Mogul Heater, sale price ay sale $97.85 sale sale - Shelf Hardware $0.89 37 . 1.65 Axes, value $2.40, special ...... - .. 1.18 Forks, 4 tined, special 98 : Forks, 3 tined, special .15 special , Files, 10 'Extension Curtain Poles, special China Dinner Plates, value $1.50 per set, special .98 Cups and Saucers, set of 6, value $2.75, special 1.48 19 and .33 Vegetable Dishes, special 22 Drinking Glasses, 6 for 18 Stationeiy Box, value 50c, special 86.25 87.60 Porcelain lined, $1.95, special 12-qua- rt" Iron Kettles, value special sale 58.75 38.85 22.00 10.50 5.75 Water pail, 10-qua- rt, .- Weber, Light, special Buggies, Steel Tires, special ..: Buggies, Rubber Tires, special Surrey, value $175.00, special Open Top Buggy, special John Deere, Com Planters, special. . Brown Riding Cultivator, special ' Aveiy Riding Cultivator, special- John Deere Mowing Machines, special Disc Harrows, special John Deere, Manure Spreaders, special John Deere Wheat Fairbanks, Morse iy H. P. Engine, special . 60.00 Fairbanks, Morse 3 H. P. Engine, special . . . 86.00 John Deere Tractor Plows, special 167.45 John Deere 3 Disc Tractor Plows, special . . . 176.25 Stagg Sulky Plow, special 69.90 Hay Rake, special 35.75 John Deere Com Planter, special ..... 22.50 2-r- ow Drill,-speci- al ...... $128.00 123.00 116.00 123.00 . 128.00 123.00 116.00 87.00 118.00 142.50 75.95 . 79.95 39.00 39.00 78.00 50.00 162.50 99.50 -- w 8-in- one-ha- ; set of stove furniture worth NOTICE An $9.00 will be given Free with the first 2 Majestic Ranges sold. , Lack of space prevents us from mentioning more lf than of our many wonderful bargains. See large posters for more complete list or what is better COME. Sale Opens Wednesday, Mar. 2, Closes Saturday, Mar. 19 FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. 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