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'y Pfcal Court CUinw.
list of Ctamtoaitoweji M 0
Mr lw, MM a Otato Owaftty
Aafam, Ma, Cart for pauptr $8.00
SMk, Fruak, advice aft Alms
UMihMMi, E. E., coal for Jail 37.10
eoal lor cowl hoois&, 40.B0
waking loVco U.C. road, 134 90
9ama, hauling oh road, 1I ft
Beaver Dam, .,.. .... 34.50
,BrdJey & Gilbert Co., COO fUo
fcoxee. , 97.50
Black, T. H. services as Shar
Barrass, Sirs. Dorothy, lat bn,
money loaned Ho county. . 300.00
Benactt, Kov, R. D., religious
services at Almshouse ...... 10 00
Brown, J. 'c, team on rood . 4.50
Bennett, H. It., same 1.00
Cooper & Co., Conveyance to
Cooper & Co., Same, 3.00
Carson, & Co., Mdse of Jail . . 13.35
Same, Mdse. for Almshouse .. 65.2
Ghamberlln, B. S., per diem, 12.00
Cook, Slack, same 12.00
Cook, . William, team bn road. 1.50
Carter, Janus, hauling rock ... IO.oO
Carter, Chas., same, 15.0)
Duvall, J, W., writing deed&c 10.75
Davison, Chas., team on road 9.00
Drake, J. M-., earna , . . . . 3.00
Drake, Virgil, same 3.00
Drake, J. A., same 4.o0
Evans, Win., road bed for oouia-
iy. .... ..'., 10.00
Funk, M. J., team on road . . 4.50
BoMx, J. T.,"Bame, ...., , 2.23
Grant, A. B. Eome 3.00
Goosey, Jesse, same, ..,. 9.00
Hartford Republican, Printing
Hartford Drug Co., Cuspidors &
duster '. .. 2 50
Hartford S. & C. Co., building
pike H. & Croad 2000.00
Hicke, W, T., buUdlne bridge, 8.00
Harrison, Hood, lumber for Coun
ty 4 12.20
Hussey, S. J.j team on road.. 3.75
Jackson, J. C, per diem 12 00
Jones Miss Katherlne, Coroti.
of Ky. vs. Joe Wilson .... 6.20
MJdkiff, W. P., services as Jail
Wilts J. H., por diem 12.00
Miles, C. V., same .. 12.U0
Mddlff, Jno. R., work oil Eke-
tlom booths , 1.50
Moore, Dr. P. D., Medical servi
ces for pauper, .... 2.00
Morton, John P. & Co., Docket
book for Judge 12.30
Miller, Estil, team on road .... 1.50
Ohio County Supply Co., Mdse. Ion
County. ; .. ,. ... C.10
Pottoo, J. L., per diem ..r.. 32.00
Rose, Mrs. M. J., money loaned
to County ... .,lnZ.r 401.25
Riley, Dr. A. B holding inquasi
.Jno. Hunter 6.00
Some, holding Inquest, Kenae-
dy Maine C.00
Rogers, Joe B., election Officer,
Rice, C. S., Pauper Coffin .. 7.50
Renfrew, Mark, Int. on $1000.00
Joaned to County 60.00
Ranfrow, J. O., team on read.. 2.25
SowU, O. E., pcx diem ..... .... 12.U0
Sanders, Thos., same, 12.00
Sohroadier, D. D., Mdse for
Smith, C. E., Comr. to Grawn
Tlnsley, W. S., services as
Comity Clerk, 177.40
Same, per diem 12.00
Woodburm, J. H., Conveying H.
Baker to Hartford
White, C. W., Conveyance to
Woodward, Miss Nellie, Com'.th.
nf Ky., vs. II.-Young 7.40
"Williams, Layton, money loaned
jto County 303.4S
W-astorfield, Brcs., lumber for
Wiesterfleld, Mrs. Ijoyd, Care of
Eugene Morgan .... , 10.00
"Williams, H. V., Drugs for Coun-
iy : en
Wedding, Dr. S. J., Medioall sor-
viocs 'for F. Oventon , 10.00
Wthite, N. B., team onr ioad.. 2.25
White, W. IC, same, '; 1.50
Wilson, J. C, same, iR...v 4.3"0'
Wilson, Lute,, eame, Um A.Z0
Vogle, Geo., same, PXrm w' tCO
The following claims (Kioto allowed
for aorvlces ronder4 US Elratfiont
Off Jctina for the year 'lSlQ "
Anderson, Fred, ,Mm m,3 f2.'00
Alien, J. W., ... ,Ja, mJmM u COO
ASICS, ty, X, .k KAajfl tUM kVU4 COO
AUAun, A,t ... ftH.Mi Kaaug 4.UV
AKord, P. H 4.40
Austin, W. II., ....
Arnold, J, V., ....
. .... ,.
Barnr-tt, C. 31., .....
Bean, J E,', ... ,..
iadrd, H. A.. ."
Baaa, W. T.,' ...... ...
Burryaian, J. N.,
Bwaett, W. P.,
! f f
,OWB, J. L., ,, . , .
Baiz, ff. N., ..
m&w. a. a.,
Siwd. Ji'B.. .... . 2.0O
&ftyufl.'te'fJr.;m ,m ,m. ,fl
-2c, T. "n.W. 2 00
Byera, K. C, f.. a,W
BMtffL X, C. .... mK 1.W
BfcbWtt., Art-, ..... .i.. ..... 2.(i
B-Hn!t, O. T, ... .... -.(X)
Boswell. C. F.. .... .... ..... 4.46
Bivons, Hoary L s..... -w
Baker, CtawiJe, 2.00
Combs. Leslie 2.00
ColdUns, R. T ...v
Coopw, Jlae, .... . .!.
Clark, Jame, ... ..i. ...S ..
Crawder, H C ."'
Crow, V P.', .... .... ..i '
Clough, Mark 5.60
Cooksey, J. D.( t ..' 2.00
Coffnwh, W, F ... 3.K0
Cartor,' Jaan-es, 4.40
Cook, 'James t ...... G.40
Cook, Mack 2.00
Davis, H. H.
DulUliE, C. C, i ....I .
nimore, Joel, ..
Foreman, J. C,
FlnDey, C. B.,
Ford, J. W
FoitSr, J. W.,
Fogle, S. O.,
Grataln, J. M.,
Godsey, R. L.,
Gneer, J. A., 4.50
Hoover, G. J.,
Harrison, J. P.,
Hocker, L. W.,
Hill, J. C, ...
Holbrook, J. D
Helslley, D. R., ....
Hayms, Alison 2.00
Iglehcart, Clinton, .... ......
Jackson, J. T., ... .... .
Jackson, It. S.( ... i... .....
James, Sam, .... .... ......
Koown, C. P.,
King, R. W.,
Kdmmel, Luclan, 3.&0
Kdmbley, M. F.,
Kaown, H. C,
Ldkens, R. P.,
Lamum, G. G.,
Mitcholll; J. E., ... .. ......
Midklff, Walter, .... ra K ,
Magan, J. C, ... ...
Miller, Lee, .... .. w ..
Martin, G, W.t ... m, .
Moore, J. L, .... .- mr.,
Maddox, J. E., ...,, kcck ..v.
Miles, J. H., .,. ,. ... 2.00
Miller, W. P., ...
Morton, Sam, ...
Mathews, V. A.i .
Morgan, Henry, ..
Mosoley, W. M., .
Massle, J. L., ...
MUler, VirgJU, .
Owen, T. D., ..
O'Bannon, O. T.,
Park, W. H., ..
raiegiey waraon, .
Phillips, S. L.,
Payton, W. T
Park, T. C
Parson, I. S.,
etty, xd. l., .... .... ...
Rogws, L ., 4.40
Raloy, C. E., ... 3.k0
Rogers, Joe B., .'.... 2,00
Rowe, J. F., 3.00
Roberts, S. C 5.20
Rhoads, Joe, k , 2.00
Renfrew, J. B., '2.00
RaJph, T, L ' 4.50
Ralph, W. D "... 2.00
Stevens, W. F. . 2.80
Shull, W. D., 4.00
Stevens, Sam, 2.80
Shultz, Ozca 2.00
Scott, 0. E., 2.00
Taylor, H. L 2.00
Thompson, C. H., k. 3.&0
TayJor, W. B 2.00
Thomas, W. P 2.80
Taylor, Sam, 2.00
Truman, E. W., 2.00
Taylor, Watt, . 3.90
Taylor, R. E., .v 2.00
Wallace, J. B 3.00
WbittOiouae, Thomas 2.00
Woodburn, Elijah 2.00
WhltiJy, S. F., .... ;... ...... 0.60
Whlttlnghllll, C. T 2.00
White," N. B., 2.00
Whltitaker, S. L., 3.40
Wood, J. H., 2.00
Vtacent, J. A., tffoso
I, W. S. Tinsley, Clork 6hio Coun
ty Court, do certify that the forp-
SOu)& mt, ie a true and correct
copy o nil claims allowed at the
Octohsr term 3910, of tho Ohio Coun
ty Ftecfcl Csurt. (
Given. unlr 'my hand, this 17th,
day ol November 1910.
5Y. a TJNSUEY, C. O. C. C.
Order Your Magazines Now
It will teoon be time that most read
ers .of ourrent literatures and maga
zine will be making up their lists
for the new year. I am representa
tive for any magazine or paridoical
that you may want I will furnish
you them singly, or make you a cut
prtee, where you take more than one.
Make any klBds-, of comb nations or
clubs. Aljt ruBewale accepted, and
gives the sawe attention as .HeW ub
serMlosN. Call en, -wrke or iele-
!,; J.' NY FOSTflR, i
Ti Jtepublkaa Office, BartforilKy,
assi avj . aaKnax.
De. W. th CfcrtotoffM tre at
Siw1Hiww ohttrch flatordajr Mit for
2W.ii 1IMU mu at Mm AiiTMkH' schoJl
waa (ihH a omcccm. '
Thre was alsto a bjll6w fwcen
Hon ad flro morks at Kronoa Xon-
' day jkt,
Miss wMW ESatterday gavo a nice
Ht&to entortaln-mntt at tho School
house near hero nt tho close of hir
school Thursday nigh.
Mr. J. C. 11111 and family of noir
South Carrollton, iMlcs Oma Maddox,
Rockport.and Dr. M. rf. Maddox, Loul.
villc-, Ky spent ChrleUMW with
tholr parents, Mr. and Mn. M. P. Mad
dox, near here.
Mr. Alonro Franco is visiting rela
tives In Paducah this week. "
Miss Blanche WlUirow and 'little
brother Marvin visited relatives In
Central City, Christmas day and
Rev. II. P. Brown, Rockpoji, Ky
who has been eluded pastor of Small
hous church for the ensufng year,
will fill his first appointment next
Saturday evening and Sunday morn
ing at eleven. Tho church has chang
ed the regular meeting day from the
fourth Saturday and Sunday to the
first Saturday and Sunday ion ac
count of the pastors appointments at
other churches which could not he
The Baptist Sunday School gave a
premium to the little olasscs. who at
tended Sunday school most -regular.
The successful ones wcto Masters Al
bert KIttlnger and Johnle iWlthrow
who got a Star apiece.
Mrs. Sallle Drake .-.ilslted her sister
Mrs. Mattio Reed near Kroncs Mon
James Hallows and family Louisville
Ky. ,are guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Morton this week. i
Mr. J. R. Klrtley vIsitocbKat Is
land, Ky., Tuesday.
Mr. Bob Billings and family are
visiting relatives in Tennessee.
Miss Roxey Igleheart and Will Ash
by were married last Wednesday at
the home of (the brides parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Igleheart.
Mr. C. 0. Hunter, Hartford, Ky.,
and Mrs. Eck Fulke-rson, Matanzas,
were guuts of their paron's Mr. and
Mrs. Soth Hunter recently.
Mrs. Joe Bullock is quite 111 at her
home near here.
Ed Ball was a guest of his 'parents
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ball Christmas day.
Marion Ball and S. E. Hunter went
to Nelson Creek yesterday.
Cheap Clubbing Rates.
We have made an arrangement wltl
the publishers of the Inland Farmer,
of Louisville, whereby we are enabled
to furnish The Hartford Republican
and that paper one year forJl.50.
The Inland Farmer Is a weekly1 Jour
nal and one of the best fartm papers
published In the United StatesOur
readers should take advantage of
this offer. , tf
Dec.28. 5liss Dora Mllner and Mr.
Thomas Wilds were marnled lure Dec.
2tth, "now Rease Curtis officiating.
Mrs. Emma B, Fulkcrecn Is visit
ing at Cleaton this week.
Mr. Sherman Green, Llvermore 'was
in our midst Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Everiy .viisUed hereon
William, at Nelson same days ago.
Miss Matt-La Wood 1 visiting her
sister, Mrs. Itnda Patterson, Pronitls,
Mrs. Alvls Pulkorson is very sick
Mrs. Blanche Jonte returned from
Evansvillo some days ngo.
Mr. Will Barnard mho has been in
Colorado for some months has return
ed to his home at this place.
" ' '' " i ' ' "" "
Prize Offers from Ldihf Manufacturers
Cook on patents. "Hint5.to Inventors." "Inventions netted."
"Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model -jr
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Creeley was formerly.
Acting Commissipner of Patents, and at such had full charge of
the U. S. patent Office.
Ely's Crttm Balm
6te RHM l Oik.
heals and protects
tli-e (lioc(l mem
brnno rtiltlnn from
Catarrh and drives,
away a Cold in the
Herd quickly. Re
i.torci the Senics of
Tuito mid Smell, FulldlzeCO cts., atDrag
clts of by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents.
Sly Brothers, CC Warren Street, New York.
helps hurts, but It won't cure an
aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred
one look like Its did self. Takes a
skillful, experienced dentist to do
that. Get all the sympathy you
can, but for real relief and good
dental work make nn appointment
with us for the practical way of get
ting your teeth in fine fchape. Best
crown and bridge work In this town
or any town. Teeth extracted with
out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele
DR. H. J. BELL,
Office id Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky.
50 Acres of the finest Rough river
bottom land located three miles west
of Hartford. About 20 acies In culti
vation. Gobd dwelling and out build
ings. A bargain for $1,250.
We have 460 acres of fine bottom
land from one and a half to tno
miles of Hartford, part of it with
timber. Also., about 75 acres of up
land belonging to the same tract.
ISO Acres of land two miles south
of Rosine on a free delivery route out
of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land
about 20 acres timber land and the
rest of It fairly good upland. Five
room frame, two story house, two
barns and good tenant house. Splen
did orchard, never falling well In yard
and horse lot and spring in easy reach
of the house. In good repair. Must
be sold and will be sold at a bargain.
A new one and one-half story frame
building with five rooms and. large
recptleon hall, built out of the best
selected material. Situated on Clay
and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky.
Lot 00x205 feet' Fine -well of soft
water. All necessary out buildings.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
DARNETT & FOSTER,
r V ' W
Circuit Cwrt-TV F, Bttl
Bn D. JUnso.'Attornty? Vf.
Jailer; X O, BartmM, Clfifk
11 x, jnstr v.owimwionerji.
Trurteo Jtiry Fund! T. it.
Iff, Hartford. DeputJti a.
Lob Black. Court convents!
day In 4rch and August
three weeks, and Third
Mir and Mwfemher. two we
County CirL-li B. vW
W. S. Tiyj Clerk, C. K.
torney, JlarWerd. Court con
Monday In .each month.
Quarterly Quarterly dour
the third Monday In JaH
July and October.
Court of Claims Convene
tiny In January aifd flrat
October. ( j
uuier county oiricurr u.
Surveyor, ForOllle, Ky.,
No. 2; Bernard Felix .As',
ford. Ky.. K. V. D. No. 2: Hi
IUIey, Coroner, Hurtford.
B. S. Chamberlain. Hartforl.
aftAi 5rl XtrtMlow lei 'lnrrri ffi-1fhiW1"
ter 3rd Monday In June, TueWaJ ileJ
3rd Monday In September, Tuesday l"
3rd Monday In December. f, J,.
O, E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday w
3rd Monday In March, Wednesday -
Brd Monday In Jun, Wednesday 'l--r
3rd Monday In September, AVeilnes
after 3rd Monday In December. ,
John H. Miles, Itockport, Fridar '
3rd Monday In March, Friday tier
3rd Monday In June, Friday after
Monday in September, Friday after fd
Monday In December, . ,
J. C. Jackson. Centertown, Saturt jf
atter 3rd Monday In March, Saturday t
ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday &",r
3rd Monday In September, Saturday 1
ter 3rd Monday in December.
M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday titr
2nd Monday In February, Tuesday1, tier
2nd Monday In May, Tuesday nflr fd
Monday In August, Tuesday after 3d
Monday in November.
Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednsdy
after the 'second Mniday In Februa ,
Wednesday after 2nd Monday In W
Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Avgi t.
Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Nou i
C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday af :r
2nd Monday in February, Thursday . er
2nd Monday In Mn.v. Thursday at it
3rd Monday in August, Thursday ai er
2nd Monday in November.
J. ii. ratton, .Ralph,- Friday arter a
Monday in February, Friday after d
Monday In May, Friday after 3rd J -day
in August, Friday after 2nd 1
day in November. I
HARTFORD POLICE COURT.
C. M. Crowe. Judce: Q. B. Likens.Cry
Attorney, sam iuiey, itiarsnai; u
conenes second Monday in each mor,
... ...'' .. . . .
Jlty uouncji j. n. Williams, Jlav
R. T. Collins. Clerk: S. K. Cox. Tr
urer. Members of Council, T. R. H"'
nara, w. J. titan, w. M. Fair.i il'
Taylor, W. E. ElUs, E. P. Moore. I
School Trustees J. s. Glenn, chalrm!
W. S. Tinsley, Secretary, C. M. Barn-)
C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. )
M. E. Church South Servires monrln
and eveninu every first anrl third Sun
day In each month. Sunday School 9;i
a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednet
uay evenings Jiev. vjrgil Elgin 1'astorj
Baptist Church Services every Sundtt
mornlncr and eveninir. Sunday Schot
9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Ww
wcauay evening, nev. J.' w. iirun
Christian Church Services every fou
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sund:
School 2:30 p. m. Elder Henry Ol
Ford, pastor. t
C. P. Church Services first Sundav
cavji luuuui ai al a. jnana jf-
ounuay acnooi am. itev. T. J,
TTnrtfnr.1 T.A(Tpo W. fi7K V jP-
met8 firftt flnrl third MnnilAV nl
eacn monin. w. E. ElUB, W.
JI. Crowe, Secretary.
meets every third Saturday nigh
v Miuiim, 4k. nviuIUVK, XllKil
V.'. S. Tlnslev. Secretary.
Hartford Chapter No. Si, O. E
meets second and fourth Monday
Inr. Mm. T T? T!,rn.n1 TO ,
"Willie Smith, Secretary. ' ' "
RoUCh Ttlvor I nil A Nn lift TTntnl.
PvthlnR mn,li AVA. Tn.arfn.. w.1
S, A. Anderson, C, C.j J, G. Keo1
. ui .k. OC S3.
Hartford Tont Wn o ir n fp
meets every tirst and 'third Thursd
tnlftht T rr nniu j-i
Foreman, Record Keeper.
SunahlnA HIva Jn jo t. r. m
meets second and fourth' Thursday nig
In pnpn mnntVt T-a Af.rA nii t .
Commander: Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady
Cflrr-Tltpr nnrl .Tnlncva 1n.l XT- 4rcil
m"la Stf.5:iu,2'r n'rt? ? pnthi
T,.o "- ' " ""-c a1
Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. P.. meets
second nnH fmlrft. KVI.I.... .ini.. .
each month. A, B. Riley. Noble Grandi !
D. D. Schroader. Secretary. I ,
unio iTJDe No. 188, Imp. Order Red
Men, meets .econd and fourth Wednosfi
i ,', '"P" "' :ul;" "onin. waiter Cam nil
boll. Sachemt A. r. Pnto m.t li!
llinl. ' "" " Ul
PrOStOn Mnrrnn To. XTa j r. . :
holds regular meetings Saturday biforl
me iirai Aionuay In each month. Ash
ford Wills, Commander; J. M . nnceral
A. S. of K.
C. O. DraMon. Pro, nr.,.iii. ..,
W. Shnrn V n,.. 11.-'? A"'
K - - - .,uvnruur ureenj
S. Ti Tfllmn C.i fc.l w. . k.
olls.Tnd. " u,m ireas.Jnuanap
k C,$i'.tPrl G?rgetow. Ky.
fnnV kV " '" "Raent, Hart
Shlo- CoVJ-OrflfeV6'' Calh0UnK I
" Stevens, Pres , Deaver Dam Kv
C. B. Smith. Sec, Hartford Kv ' y'
D. Ford, Treas., ilartfork'
COUNTr BOAfip OP EDUCATION
f Tf; ChalrMn. Hartford.Ky.
No. 6' Tlebenor. wtford. It. P. D
s p n ?,llamy. Whites Ule. Ky
t t w ?u,f hn-. """fort. Ky.
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C. M. ajkKayr
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1ARWETT k SMITH,
ATOHNEYS AT 'LAW,
m metlw their prafeMtoq ia,a th
?rt ot Ohio and aehtfns 1
tlea and turt et Appeals. p- d nt
tentten stven ts all bustnt e..irvMte
to the ears. CeUeettons ai. tJe Prae
tlee of Criminal and Heal r; ale "Law
Spealalilea. Offlee la Rej.ublkan bulI4
Attorney at Law,
HARTFORD, - KY
WHI Practlee his profession In Ohl
and adjoining counties and In the Court
of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col
lections a Specialty, Offlee in the Uer.
aid building. ,
Attorney at Law.
HARTFORD, - KY.
..... ,..-.... u ... tm.cjeiuu in an tan.
Courts of Ohio and adlolnlnp mnntk.
Will tiraitMn. 1nl m...i. ..
and In the Court of Appeals. Also No
tary ruDJic. onice over First National
JOHN B. WILSON
WILSON & CROWE
HARTFORD, - KY.
Will practice their profession in all
the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun.
ties, and in the Court of Appeals.
Special attention given to criminal'
practice and to collections. Qffloa on
Main St., opposite Court House.
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upoua, uutlclp you to ricccm,
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on pattntabllity. 10 jearf practice. 8UB
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