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Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.): September 25, 1918 Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1918 haf1918092501_sn84037890 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.): September 25, 1918 Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'f THE HARTFORD HERALD "I Com., ihi Subscription $1,30 Per Year, in Advance 4:4tfi If omM of a ftbj Worn, iht fan of jii yatiom LtaWring i h- - Back." All Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed YEAR. MOON- - HAKTFOBD, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918. NINETEEN TRY TOR TEACHER'S CERTIFICATES. NO. 39 DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE, V WHO STARTED TilGHT SCHOOLS. For Oho County, September 28th, At a meeting of tho Doard of for certificates Tho examination Drainage Commissioners to October lDtli. of .Ohio We see whoro Mrs. Alice Spencor County, Kentucky, held at Hartford, Geddes Lloyd, of Boston, who in 19- to teach in Ohio County, was held at Mn us. Kentucky on September 18, 1913, 16 located at Ivla, Knott County, tho collcgo building, Friday and SntHEAVER DAM. Sunday night, September 29th. a small set- - urday, Sept. 20th and 21st. Nine- Kontucky, and started v"l 1. Every business houso in the conn' with all members present, it was or. orybody Invited to attend. TV la nevm In Inun vn initno. n A..ll,n. dered that an assessment or tax of tlement has had circulated through teen teachers and aspirants took the ., Sept. 21.-a- re The farmers of this, Tho nconlo Of this nlnrn nrA vprv .. .. . i " Thero were eighteen states, tho state- - examination. i nous . irum bucu oi us patrons or cut Ten Per Centum, (10 per cent), based thopress of other vicinity busy sowing wheat 'busy cutting tobacco nild mnklns'fnmpri. na mnv ...It-- to .nl,n,lt,n upon tho original assessment for con ment that sho is tho founder of tho girls and women and only one, man, From indications another full crop molasses Every Coal Company doing busl- - struction of said ditch or drain, bo scfiools. It may not mat- - Vrof. C. E. Allen, of Fordsvillc. moonlight will be planted. Several from this place, attended ncss i tlio county Is asked to cooper- - made and levied against the lands tor so much that sho challenges tho Several married ladies, whoso hus- Revival meeting ill commence at thejfair. All reported a good ttme. nto with Us employes In buying bonds, rind landowners Wilson Stewart, bands aro In tho service and who had located within the R. clalm of Mrs. Cora ... flin lflttn !.. .. the Baptist church tho 7th, of Octo- .uiiu iiiiuuii ti,u oi air, ami All tho Railroads do this. IJ. MARTIN, ET AL. DRAINAGE whom the world honors as the real given up teaching since their mnrrl l)er- S. P. Martin, of .Mrs. Dob Oglesby died and was burl- - 3. Every Tho Row school teacher is asked to DISTRICT, In Ohio County, Ken- founder of the moonlight schools, age, havo resumed their profession uwensnoro, ., .1 n ! l1rrtr,lr,ttnminntnt rail -t r 1. win assist mo pastor, tu in uut pinco uio luin. Tho ft ,inr matter to Kentucky that and entered this examination. k jteadi the children the meaning iin.l tucky. Said assessment or tax here-M- r. Ilcv- - Frank rdon and Edgar and Mrs. Otto Fulkcrson ami uie purpose of Liberty Bonds in a by levied is to be used for the a Kentuckian born originated and oldest aspirant for n certificate wa A,0D havo bocn conducting a revival " , are visiting Mr. nnd of few minutes exercise held one day po3e of cleaning out and removing all gavo the system to tho world Instead Mrs. Hortcnse R. Morrison, of Fords ' Quito a Mrs. L. K. Howe. ,,f woman who saw this ville, who taught several years ago, meeting at Taylor Mines. obstructions from said ditch, making this weok. of a Boston number havo been converted. Mr. and Mrs. Estll Stowart and 4. Tho two Singing n, Conventions necessary repairs, for tho etato somo flvo years after moonlight but has not boon engnged in the work Sov- Mrs- - Laura Doll Shields, of of Illinois, aro vlsltffig rcla- - next Sunday, ono at Liberty and one lenanco of said District and for pay-tlvschools had been In operation, and ' for several years. Sho is 45 years cry' Kansas, is visiting her sister, here. at u0tla aro asked to set aside at ment of any other legitimate after other states had adopted them. of ago. Tho youngest one to try for J,rs- Tom McCrocklln. OiiBsye Brown visited Mr. and leart 30 minutes for the singing of penses incurred. always that truth a certificate was Miss Nellie Arnold, Also, It matters Mr- - aml JIrs- - Sanl p Ta'Ior of Mrs. W. I. Iglelieart SlllldnV 1.mI.enmra nil Hin .....,.. ..,., nrevail. Mrs. Lloyd has a of Horse Branch, who was 18 only Bhntt n,l Tlin tnv lief nml nicmummil mil ....... -- ..w ..o, with .noon. ' persons present joining, ' small center in Knott county where thrco days before tho examination. Calhoun, spent the week-en- d and then to has been placed ln the hands of tho m Master" Oscar Loo, the little son of make a short announcement of tho County Treasurer. C. O. Huntor. uam. to Bho is attempting to make a settle- - Tho names of thoso who took tho JIIss Edna WIIHams, who has been Mr. Tomorlln, of Pond Uun, is visit- - Liberty Loan Campaign. is now. It is yet in tho amlnatlon are as folows: D. whom payment mny be made on or Norman ment. It Winnie Dean visiting her sistor tho past month Ing his sister, Miss Margarett Tomer- - p. Every Minister of the Gospel nnd before October 2fi, 191S, without exporlmenal stage. Tho press agent Ross, Ceutertown; homo strengthen it by mak'ing ab- - Moseley, Hartford; Hortenso will not R.iu Standford, 111., has returned Coop-see- k lln, who is teaching school at this' Sunday school Supt. is asked to mako additional cost. If said assessments ' ' l'iac?' brief announcement of the Liberty ae not paid within the time above surd claims. Kentucky does not Morrison, Fordsvlllo; Maymo Keown, ,and accepted a position with Re-v- . O. S. Ashby and family, went Loan Ciiuj:'lsrr. from the pulpit of specified, same will be put In tho to claim that she founded Bos- - Fordsvillc; Lena French, Prentiss; er Bros- - ' wl3s Maud Austin has returned to Siunllhouso Saturday night. hands of the Sheriff to be collected in the Touniy next Sunday. ton. It would bo n3 true as for this Elizabeth Danlol, Fordsvillc; Nelliol Mr. Erua Snell, of this place, is on G. The County lias beon divided In- - the same manner as State and County ? wnmmi. from Boston to 110S0 as the Arnold., ITnrso nr.inrli: Mrs. E. o home from a Visit to Da WSOI1 Springs. ,.. ., w . ' aiorgan- - the sick list. Uov- - A- - " Gardner, or to several districts, with a local ill- - taxes. 'Howard, Hartford; Mrs. M. F. founder of moonlight schools: w- ) rector over each district, and with an is a picture of Fn.iirhf. McHenrv. R. 1: Sir,. Lr,u - .town - v"'as m town a day and night Witness our hands, this Septomlvr Tn nnr offlco there ' McHKXKY. clliclont corps of assistants, both men 25, 191S. JUre. Stewart,, tho real founder," taken nnna Ford, Beaver Dam, P.. 3;- Clara ,laat wek- - tlle eUC9t ot Uev- - Edsar 'nnd women. BOARD. OF DRAINAGE COMM1S- shortly after she inaugurated the first Agnes Crabb, White Run; Alice Tay - ,A1Ien Sept. 23. Bro. Browning A Service Flag containing llfty- flllcd'7. Evorv nubile man. tnwvnr .lnrfnp SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY. KEN- moonlight school. Mrs. Stewart is ior( Hartford; Mary Humble, N'ar 4 a Kentuckian, a great educational rows; Mrs. Pearl Ferguson, Horso four hta'3 ln Honor or the boys who his Jast apointmeut here Sunday jnilnlstcr "etc. is asked to "lend his TUCKY, ' H.v J- - H. THOMAS, President. services and be a subscriber, a gener figure, and sliould not be robbed of Branch; Bertha Fentress, Barrett's have attended tho school and arc "!Bht: Born to the wife of Mr. Walter nl sntlnltnn nml n i,nrv,n nf tnfnrmn. Attest: JLForry; Mary Jane Maddox, Center- - now ln tho service of the Nation was tho hbnor which is justly hers. McDowell A. Foglo, Secretary. wn; C. E. Allen, Fordsvllle; Ida unveiled In the auditorium of the Blackburn on the 12th, a girl. Moth- - Hon on tho subiect of Libertv Bonds. SUCCESSKUIt FAIR LAST WEEK. Pearj parjg( Beaver Dam; Hazel Beaver Dam High school Wednesday or and babe doing nicely. s Everybody is asked to take a DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE. morning at ciiapei exercises, oongs n School is progressing nicely With frlon.llv Interest nnd do bin natrlnttn Wnnlpv Vnrrnwi " " .r nllrj patriotic addresses formed Tho Ohio County fair, which be - j Uio, -- ir. vass, proicssor. At a meeting of ::ie Board of duty. rJp . . . imi-sprogram Annie .Milinnd Is visiting in gaii last Wednesday, came to a sue- - rXO MINISTERS AND of Ohio Tlfe newspapers will do their part Drainage Commissioner . ..... Duiuiuuj. .iiiuuui,'. A1,lin..rrll Ca. ii.lfiii ciusij Taylor and Bean shipped the Indiana. County, Kentucky, hold at Hartford, cessiui SUPERIXTEDENT.S.I as usual. Quite a crowd from here attended . tno weatuer was com anu uiciuuiuui 'heaviest car load of hogs last Wed- .1. H BARNES, Chairman. Kentucky, on September 18, 19 IS, almost tho'entiro time, tho fair was a Hartford, Ky., Sept. 18, 191S. ne3day over shipped from Beaver th,all day service at Goshen Sun- it was or- . D. KlRl Director of Sales. vitu a11 members pre-en- t. decided success. Dr. Bean had ar dored that an asseefment or tax or r. Dear Brother: You are well Dam. They weighed 2300 lbs and day. W. S. TINSLEY, ln- . and Mrs. C. D. Ward, and Mr. ranged an Interesting program, ' W. H. COOMBS, Per Centum, (." per cent), ased ur-oftwar0 that our nation is making an- - brought V4500.00. omer othor call for BUi,scriptions to meet! A mislafco was made in tho pricoiii drs. J. p.. McKonnoy, and Mr. eluding a number or races ami the original for Directors of Publicity. Hibus, motored to Imlepond-- ! attractions, anu tucse, comuiueu yie runnis exponses of this "world's of Luther Render's farm last of said ditcli or drain. Ii1 M ' with tho exhibits and concessions, war" that is now raging. You aro His farm sold for $7, 500,00. J o6j;afrunlny night. made and levied against the lauds CANJfOT AI'l'EAR Hi:- Hllll "Alra if IJ . IllViUUIliltll ill made a variety that appealed to all av.aro thnt she lg 0okig to tho ,.lin. 1nT.rnnA. . landowneis located with vi w HK'l' n. ,V tunnm.nni ..-- w.-- ..v . and If WASHINGTON yho attended. ;GE0UGB A. BAlfeKS,' ET AL, fair at Harlfrd, Sat..rr j, , :. istry.Jorsharo, in the responsibility?, S The HattcndanCo-durIng.th-n 06018? n mi in ,rNK..iui;.av.Hi.-- .J " MIlnVhli'bganlh-etTiasDRAINAGE DISTRICT, in 'OWoaw'"i :. if . . ""' J. .. "Soi'owingiiordqrAhaiibTiJi.Tra-Hv-fi . Mr3. Vertie Goodnll win mii,rn I?"' "two a'8 waBisomewuai sraaner umu- aDDblnted in othor cam Dal ins and in Sept. ;23, Washington . nc hool . iii . urwu' t . m PHtuwr,.'' Jt 4iiviiurt.a .ei.V. u6iuiaji ."... ii i.ia weunesuay was expeciuu, on nomo the firt of tho month from the cclve" i" Ul Local Bonni remr io mo wju. uu- thls her des;ro wti be more than was ciosea ncre-iatotlSSciftw8b3 "uiiJiSTJiattf 'Of pleasant weather, but auring tno iai- met an( giaaiy-- . 'account of scarlet fever, of which mountains where she lias beon at tho l)eraons appearing before the (US the purpose of cleaning o"U1!iiare-movin- g ter,part it was fully up to all expecta- bed side of her daughter. Miss Lottie lrIct ,)0ard: Saturday, tho 28. tho drive begins there aro several cases. all obstructions from FaiJ tions. Tho last day was pleasant and ...., NOTICE. nll.,pm.n of ,,. Mlllsr.irini Mr. and Mrs. Rut Westorficld Goodall. ditcli, making necessary repairs, t ' hundreds of peoplo from nil sections cml of. tui3 gIgantlc undertaking' spent Sunday with Mr. T. M. Lowo nWor October Sth. 191S, the malntetian ce 0n' and F. M. Cooper, Miss Ueulah Hill and oi said District an I , lu ,KC and at the suggestiou o thoso to anu family oi uio cuuuty mi. tc-Clmrllo Mnddo mntnrnd n.nn. "i1 cnso3 coming before tho Distiict r ,.,Q, r other legitimate " ncquajntances and enjoy the program whom thQ w,lo0 campaIgu has beon Bonn!, Division No. 2. expenses incuncd." Mrs. J. E. Lowq and children spent Saturday. Wostern uisiiici, ni iMuiiisonviiie. -oi me uuy.. . . . ..,, .... 'entrusted. I hereby call on you tn Sunday at Mr. O. R. Tllislev's. 1...V i... .11111 UKUaSJUCUl 1UII II. 'H no. ,i Dr. Bean .Is an experienced fair ray aU the.forces at your-com- Kentucky, either for classification or been placed n RED CROSS NOTES. Messrs. Walter and Commodoro , the hands of the Coupmanager-an- d demonstrated his abill- - man(, nnd publ;clv and privatolj. cn Renfrow and sister, Myrtle, of W'hi to on motion to reopen will bo heard and ... Treasurer. C. n. Km,.or. to Whm , ty by stageiug-twsuccessful fairs In tho atteitlou of aU Irs- W. J. Bean. Chnirmnn of tried only on affidavits filed with the ,mymeilt Ina. bc ,uade on cr bel0 .,. lo to nun. spent from Thursday till Mon qno scason-DnJuly, 4(h, and the lo jm.)ortanco of ,.CBomunK l0 thc day with relatives hero. Woman's Work Division of the Ohio poard :o v.unosses, unless sum- - 0ctoilcr 2n. 191s. wltim.u a,min..... , . ... ., . . . . 1... i. ... nnanflncl miQlr Un nlan linQ rhnrpn .,., ,., . . mn, o. umy .., .. anu rv........ lien ltoss V lanter. 1ms nn. .........1... um uoaru, .....i no Hiioweu nat win A. UOWail :.! ..oic.-mirif - "" "iueu uj - n nn. - ' v Mr. anil iMrs". . . ... ., o -... " " aic im ,.i... ..i ..T., , orany ueiore it. nor will paid within "the tlmo above gpeci'fie " " family, Mrs. Palistlne Webb, Mr. nounceu tno appointment of Prof. J. "' generous way possible by subscrib- WiV Fnny ""OBlstrant be allowed to appear samo wln hv ,,ut Iu tUUrU.7. Bruner, Mosdamcs Owen Huntor, 1.. l,non l.n,l to the extent of nnd Mrs. Wortli Ticheuor and Mrs. fn t le i,Rlldg oi th ! 1? ' II their ability. Sunday, the 29th, has Frank Tichonor' spent Sunday with , A. C. Porter and Wilbur S. Tinsley I)cr'J1 ,ho Iloard eIter In person or sheriff to be collected J . "Afiritr the ri' as a comniitteo to have charges of tho b' Forney after said date. been set apart as publicity day and Mr. Hardin Baird and family. mannor as State and Countv taxe tiXl'V. WM. H. YOST, Miss Isobel Tinsley spent Sunday . coining unvo lor the relief of the Witness our liands, this Septembtr .'.iLnnt. m at ripvtpr a11 our pastors and Sunday School . -- 3. ' T?it'' suffering people of Northern Franco Chairman. District Board. J.IOIS. 4 Ibontal Reserre-CcfrPs- -' superintendents have been asked to night with Vancio Travis. V. S. Army . .. .. - ....... in . i t... imuruiwu"SBs.very man mid in mum ixviuiquuners or tne u,h miu....i 1.1..1 maK0 puouc announcement or the HOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIi ;Iias leen nroAoletT to the rank of . SKKVICI' I'LAG DEDICATED. uu BO " possiuiy uo '" SSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, Impm ' " . V , In thaWCorps.Dr. Dexter Is iavi.. J . uuu una. uiviuu 1 icuuuui !'"". l.iui 1111 t.isi-01- 1 ciotning Is iaK0 your aillirOSS Oil lliat Uay an np. artVllnri ... ttVlipiiau In tnai.A.uHJ(. 1. e ,.. . ..,...!.. cii mi (itiM!i ...... 1111. ..,,.1 1111 , t ! , ...... w va r. im peal for prompl and gonerous rn. diii.iil iiiiiiiiu- 1 it 11. tit- - . 111111 m..t. ,i.. r, . lirrnlvpil, liv liiu 1.11111111 By j. h. titomar neautlful sorvico occurred at LHJ j a graduate qf;Jtlid,LoulEvj)lo Collego day, Soptombor 2Sth, 1918, and ar- It., ,V auditorium of tho Beavor Dam Attest: hponso to tho cull that will niako pos- - Miller, F nfV nnf(af-li?TiniJ- ' .m"I.5 inns. ims -uvuu , . ...... . i ..... - rsmirrmo,.!. ...Ill i. w Ul;,,le . . Iw .. ... iti.i. ... . 0.W1.0 u, Ior allj. . IUK BC11O0l msl weunesuay :norn- I'V'' Jr nail much exPoiicncQ in. the dental 61U10 tao winning or , tins war and. ji anuses vioiei .ien, jessio iow . i McDowoll A. Fogle, Socretary. . ... ... . .. .... 't.. ...1 a service nag containing r. .tn.. hjiuiu iPlltllllllfV AAnl uy .1.. s n Ann, 1. n...l fn..n1ll f. .C u "" Ulut uic scuooi ciiilurcn, J"K wuen ....& .uuituiuus uuruuu department oM,ffo nrnijvhavlng heeh ...i w,u proviuu 10011, ciouuug anu ovening with Miss Alma, ""ring tno drive, to bo carod for at "Tty- - four stars, in honor of the DItAINAGi; TAX NOTICE. v in fiie Service vmost 10 . oars.' Can- - sholtor for our boys who are "over Sunday -- T. ..- V. I... IIIO SCllOOl llllllllllic., until o.il.l ,in, WO u.iueilll UlOre ailll 1110 aSSUrailCO tlint umu um uaio. former stlldfiiits nf lil.t anlinnl 'i lw 20 montns in tno At a meeting of tho Doard of tain Dexter-sponia. y Garments mado of strong and dura- - are I!0'J '" tllQ service, was unveiled. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Baughn aro on ,4eri,nirpp.'nllfilBn!ds, after which ho aro wltu tliem ln tnls sreat conflict Dra.na0 C onimisuloners of Ohio blO M materials aro asked for. Gar- - Bosulos a number of patriotic ad- - CountV( KelltuckVi hoh, a"d that we aro ready and aro ac- - the sick list vVaafdcrd, t Jefferson Barracks, at HarttnA JIrs- - Isaac Shown anil little son, inonts need not bo in perfect eondi- songs Nvere sung and all Kentucky, on ton 'nnd rnniniiiPii thorn until rn. tually doing what wo can to help September IS. 191S. tloii. but should be practical l'ad Honor to tho bravo boyu away wlth a luom,,er8 I)rogent , Ho was then ordered to thorn win this struggle for a world - . Augustus, aro still improving. rnntiv . . .. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Bartlott spent dean so that the destltuto women iu m enmpp TIi liinnmm rniwlnrml . Gatun. Cannl Zone,' where ho wldo Democracy. Camn " iiereu timt an nsiossmont or tax o stricken countries can fashion was as follows Trusting that wo shall havo your Sunday with Mr. Hardin Ashley of Is '.a3w stationed. - Cantaln Dexter Ten Per Centum, (10 per cent), new gurnionis suited to the needs of n. luorinu. Ul bons "Amorica heartiest sou of J. S. Dexter, 'of Center- - iwuest and rf&., is the am,Iibasod upon the original assessments me inrmers oi tins neignuoriionii me peopio, as soon as the shipments cnco- V. . own, Ky., and neve fails to insist and assuring you of our readiness .ui uuiisiriiciion oi sain tiiioiios or ui :? every.tlme ho wrltea'home on tho neo a"d willingness to help uudj wuniiiii luuiituu uuu (U4 itvuitcu uy um neilOI i. OmillfS- wiihui ikvuumg'. Row E. S, drains, bo .made and levied njwinst iiialvlng molasses.' slon. Woolen coods or Moore. , yours sincerely, Wo are nv im.i ;fflR Pte: In. bid' Ohio County taking all the lands and land owners located Prayer, Rev. Birch Shields. D. Litchfield, Ch' m' n. Iundorclothing for all ages, coats) tU1Ulle"rty Bonds and.1 W,,S'. S. thoy within 'the B. W. RIAL. ET AL, -suits, sweaters, dresses, slioes, soft Duet "Ovor Tliero" MJses An-- , DRAINAGE PRENTISS. o hl)C4Ibly can, Cnvn tlin limii fltirrt ( DISTRICT, the M. B. lints and caps, piece goods, canton "a and Della Haiolrlgg. GOES TO CONFERENCE. do"-- need d(,r assistance, BARNARD, ET AL, DRAINAGE DIS' f Sept. 22. Mrs. Orpholla Address, Rev. Edgar Allon. Leach flannel nnd other kinds of cloth to TRICT and the W. C. KNOTT. ET I .. ih't, , i'4 rr" Song, "Canning tho Kaiser" By AL. Off for Conference with every ro- - visited her brother, Mr. D. Plummcr make garmonts'for babies; blankets JF0RPSVII4.E ROY WOUNDED. A DRAINAGE DISTRICT, in Ohio ,,k shoet'ng, ticking and scrap leather ,no "iidonts. port full and Tho and family, near hero this week. COUlltV. R.'llil IvOlltllnkv. tuuae. , 'InUiV cwSail&j'ljt published In year .Just closing hns been ono of un Soveral from around hero attend- - in fact any material that can bo Address, 'Gono, but not Forgot- - nlpn,a nr ,nvn9 i,PIlv ,v,n,, te Appeal, ap- - usual pleasure and profit. Congre- - ed the fair at Hartford Saturday. altor Casobler. utilized In making garments of any 1110 rjBmr:Clbiharcial ,a UbC(1 for t,10 rpMe of cIwu, Sons' "Kcen the pearod UaemWo-fclJLcsllMr. Clyde Taylor visited relatives kind will bo acceptable. D. Jones, gntions havo beon good, responses Hros out ro,mlrlns improving and Ina'ln-tbIt is hoped ' the students. so- - hearty and I'uru,,' support generous. All and attended the State fair nt Louis tho peoplo will respond liberal- of ,Fwasvillo,'"who was reported ,anhlK 6at, dUchcg or AmlM gna , verwR'woundcd in action in Franco, outstanding obligations met, and vlllo. .ur. u. ii. uuriies. 1J iu uus caUSO. montlni? nil ntl.nr ln.ri.l,. ' -v. . u AjMrt if Jones is tho on of Mr. Llgo' generous repairs on houses of wor- Mrs, Roscoo Masslo and children, Incurred. 1 l " Jonw, COUNTY COURT NEWS. j of Oak's Btation near Fords- - ship made. Tho moralo of tho mom- - of near Morgantown, vUIted rela.-ULSELY ACCUSED. The tax lists nnd assessment rolls ,TlHe, nndls about 20 years of age.- bershlp is splendid, their faith and ' tlves near here last week. linvn linnn ulniml In lm lin,i,. n. There has been very littlo activity v.t.Hi,Icft sometime last March in ono fervor reaching high tldo at times. Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Pirtlo vistt- As tho mother of Rex Arbuckle, County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter to m 'r"S3f'JiWe flrst 1uota8i ot tiiyc8' Ho Thus ends tho first year of mu- - ed Mr. Garllold Barnard's of Dundco, in seems toumj court tno lust week, who was recently accused of taking whom payment may bo made ou or u tlio people of the county nro somo tubes. I wish to sav tlint hnliPfm-U3b ouiuiuu uuu ouuuuy. irma tiiuiLu iiiuii.i usiuia uiiwiiiif iuui viiticuvui ucinvuu rusiur ivuv. f ntnimr or. 101c ...i.i.... iihi BWV1DQ.JIU was ufc'Mu ou mo li. a. u. iiuciuiuui uuu ins people com- is visiting rcia- - too busy to commit mis domeanors. Jdonlos tho clinrgo. I feol sur cthat ndditional cost. Mr. i uus If said assessments arrant8 havo been issued for H. these charges and Insinuations on tho aro not paid within tho H, & St. Jj, Railroad between Fords- - posed of First chutch, Hartford, Qosh tlves at Leltchfleld this week. timo above A J. Sh olds, Agnes Shields and Fnnnlo character of my son, were started for specified, samo en anu mt. liormon congregations, Mrs. Logan Stevens and children, 'Ny.vuie and irviugton. will bo put In tho i uus oi mars, navo reiurueu 10 tneir nomo. Daughorty, all of the Solect neighbor- - no other purposo tliuu to get him n- - hands of tho Sheriff to bo collected " uiuurciico Luuviiii-i- i hi, . i - IM)' 10 KILLS, SELF WHEN morning at 9:00 a. m. at Madison- -' 4U. lurmiiviiiug w injure tno way rrom Heaver Dam, aa Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jackson vlsit- his com- - ln tho samo manner as Stato and . . .,nn TOT.n Tft nO Tfl Kf'llllOT, ..Mi. ...t. .. . .. person and property of U. D. Douglas, petition was hurting -- w i yj0 nnVll uuiuu ouu .....-.- . iiiiuisiurB nun eu roiaiivca near nere last weeic.' tho business of County taxes. a.vnun nenry 2oo delegates aud visitors will wit- - Mr. 11 J. Jones, of Hot Springs, A petition has beon filed iu the somo transfer men. I can success- - Witness our hands, tills September K lMX',Pl Bn oi wrs. nos8 the opening ceremonies. Ark., is visiting his mother, Mrs. county court for inquiry into the fully prove that he was at homo with 25, 191S. w73?-- ' sanity of Caleb Dean. Doctors Duff, mo, and nowhere near whero tho BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS-oThe .Conference will continue un- - Fannie Gentry near hero. T'r wo'oh, near ncro, wub ioiu K"fL f ar, that 'ke must go to BchooLho til Monday when the ministers will Dundee, and D. II. Godsoy, of tubes wore whon thoy wore taken. SIONERS OF s, OHIO COUNTY. WMt tate" ft roe nt his home, and, be assigned to their respective places have been named as ex- - Such charges should not bo brought TUCKY, CENTRAL GROVK. 4 amlnem to test his sanity bofore he is falsely, as they aro calculated to In-- J bm?i(jiii, bw uis iiHHu un. of ministry for another yoar. Uy J. II. THOMAS, President -gun, The Baptist Missionary lutertnln- - brought to trial. He. will be tried Jure tho character of a young man. Attest: Tkf khc m4 a tiagle-barrSubvcrMM tot The MraM 1.50 a Yr ment will be here at this place next Wednesday. wkWi U tktlmnoi Wb kls to. MRS. ANNIE ARBUCKLE. j McDowell A. Fogle, Secretary. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS -- LIBERTY LOAN CAMPAIGN'. Ail About Vou and Your Neighbors 1 I ft 1 ' pur-chljdr- ' main-childre- cs ss I aftor-'l.nlrln- - - ...,. "'"" - ' I x I ' I I , 1 n wVrfB' &. "t.i'hT. ! ' a, -- .: ",. ..ii.iin'Aiim uib -- st ...... i ' . j i ,.. .. ui q o; .. u.w...vi, Il... ....... . .. ... t. i- . wy . i ' - -- 1 -u4ii. ir.i , co ihVt-Vnrn- ...J --- u(..nr " KEN-,Tf.CK- 1 .... ..... ,,.. .. 11 i 'e Pri.ii - N ... au 1 a .. I ro. 'e , J ' ovor-flowln- g. ""o at ...... -d- - ' i, -" ' 7if' -.-- ... w,mjp, ,'..... ..u, KEN-.Narrow- el ' -- r i "' s T T i ' f Fage 2 1 THE HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY SEPT. 2G, 1918. " r ; 'i Must Pay For Your Paper' : M IP YOU GET IT, Uncle Sam Says Now-H- ow . The government will soon compel all publishers to reduce the amount of newsprint they are using 15. per cent. In order to do this, Uncle Sam says that all subscriptions must be paid in advance, or else the paper stopped. No subscriber is permitted to receive a paper who is more than three months in arrears. ,;.. Look at Your Label Do You Stand? o i FIRST As much as we dislike having to discontinue the papers of some of our readers, who we know are good, we will be compelled to do so under the new government ruling. If you want The Herald, it must be paid for in advance. Uncle Sam says so it must be that way! raj GALL j u ;.tT?rasi32aiTff:riflM ............ '"?& m 4 ,i- -rf .m d BLWiixmnr UNDER THE NEXT DRAFT Ider better service to the nation by entering the army than by remain- Ing where they are. . KDITOItS ASSUlti: GHHMAXS And the Yanks Are on Their ' V-"- ay .ft..-, thev wox st. mihii:l 1JATTLE. al .ui.iwia Ai'inufiu iihitL'j .UUK;; -- 11 THAN IX THE TIIEXCIIKS..KI That it is the patriotic duty (mine workers to apply for defi'Tft classification wa3 the keynote of speech delivered at White Sulphur Sprincz. Vest Va., Sunday, Sept. 15, by Jai (.c B. Ncale, Direct or of Products l of tho U. S. Fuel Administrator. Mr. Neale spoke at an Important' meeting of coal operators, mine superintendents and officials of tho New River coal fields of West Va., a district which contribute., the major share of tho 35,000,0000 tons of coal used by the Navy. Greetings to the meeting hum Fuel Administrator Harry A. Garfield, who was unable to be piesent, Employer Must Art. Kmplojers are expected to frankly claim deferred classification for the For Men in Age of 19 and 20 and necessary men in necessary industries, whether the men themselvs 32 to 36 -- Classification claim deferred classification or not. JThe men themselves are urged to Planned, make frank claims, if they teel cn- ' titled to deferred classification, and first call refusal to make such claims Is reWashington, IS. The to the colors under the new draft ferred to as "mistaken chivalry" in will ho foremen between (ho ages of the Provost Marshal General's stateThis does not mean hat men 32 and 3C inclusive and 10 and 2Q, ment, who foel they coufd render better 'inclusive. Provost Maisltal Gener'service by joining the colors should al Crowder announced the other day. but It does It means that men of thoso ages aesltato In their choice, which thouof men ov- 'mean that the prejudice are to bo classified ahead er 3G and under 19. These men will sands have against claiming deferrcomreceive their questlonalres ahead of ed classification should in tho away with if the others. General Crowder be- mon Interest, he done lieves the complete classification for the circumstances warrant. Xo Great Delay. them will not take more than a Th6 fact that the first call is for is expected to month and a half. It 3C have some of these registrants, per- men between the ages of 32 and more, ready for and 19 and 20, Inclusive does not haps 1000,000 or In mean that there will be great delay calls to the service beginning before tho next call for the older and October. The fact that the local boards will younger men is issued. Tho essence devote first attention to the men of the whole draft program is speed, within the age limits of the call and tho army to be brought up to Its means, of course, that men over 35 needed 5,000,000 straight will have boys will for to include all Class 1 men of 18 to and the hearing nothing 4G. some weeks at least General Crowder said also that from the Government. young men in the 19 to 20 classes Age Limit of Cull. will be accepted for induction into What the next call will Include, or tho students' army training corps, whether men over 30 will go ahead but the total authorized straight of of boys under 19 is not stated. For this corps is 150,000, and the total tho present the attention of the na- registrants below 20 is more than tion should bo dovoted to men comHe also pointed out that the toing within the age limits of tho first tal number of fit men to be expected call. from the classes over 32 was only In this connection, General Crowrs CO1.O00, and repeated tho statement der has issued a statement to and other representatives of that Class 1 would ho almost comIndustry clearly and concisely out- pletely exhausted by October 1. lining borne of the fundamental dut ties which go with their share of VERSAILLES GIRL WKDS AUMV MAX AT MIDNIGHT. responsibility in making the dralt work out for the national good. was a Versailles, Ky. Thore Emphasis Is laid on tho need which tho Government has for the ndvlco ' romantic wedding hero at 12:30 o'and assistance of these men In inuk- -' clock Sunday morning, when Dr. Ing a proper classification of registLawrcncoburg, of rants. It Is pointed out that tho tils-- 1 Wallace Collins, of army Medical corps at Fort trlct board cannot be expected to tho Ga., and Miss Luclle Hitt, award deferred classifications wisely and speedily if no assistance comes dauKhtor of William H. Hitt, a farfiom tho men competent to pass mer of this county, wero married by judgmeiit on registrants In their the Hev. Dr. M. D. Austin, of tho llaptiFt church. employ wiui respeci to uioir relationship to Industry. The bridegroom had only thirty-si- x hour's leave from camp. He Tho Government wants those em ployers and lopresontatlves of Indus- -' roached Lawrouceburg on a belated try to systematically and without de- tralu Saturday night, drove in an lay devoto themselves to the problem uutouiobilo to tho bride's homo, six of ascertaining which men are and miles south of Versailles, got Miss which moil are not neconbury, or, in Hitt and her father uud hurried to other uordg, which muu could ren- - this city. em-ploeI Oglo-thorpo, ' " TtWTWtPP sV. V ( ( i M (nam ' g RAW CjBpxT I T&q Yanks aro on their way. That is a statement which t,ho kalsov and his military leaders have dreaded hearing for more than a yoar fo "well they know It moans the beginning of tho end. It meanB thav the lias tod to tho Gorman hpmefolks about American soldiers will b; oxposod in all their weakness; and that means a shattered morale. l moana that tho war is going to bo carried "homo" to Germany, Huulaj Is to know war as lmposod upon Belgium and Franco for four years. s major American offonslvo has boon started. The Immediate objective will dovolop dally, but tho ultlmato objective is the Rhine industries then Berlin. Tho Huns ore now preparing for a new short western front line "Tho Parsifal" lino from Antwerp to Motx. It meanB pr ins up all French territory and half of Belgium. But here's oro.he thought maybo our Yan'xs will refuse to stop at rteiz. 1!1 GKHMAN TOWXS liOMUKD IX AUGUST. UUAKTED MEX MAY BE PLACED IX THE NAVY. exWas,hin(fton. Occupational emption nsnd other draft problems wore tho subject of Important conferences today among officials of branches of the government having to do directly with the conduct of tho war. Thoy were taken up at tho weekly conference of such officials at tho war department and aro to have had tho chief understood place on tho programme for President Wilson's meeting with the war cabinet. Dqnlols and Provost Secretary Marshal General Crowdor conferred on plans being worked out for inducting tho 15,000 men a month which, it is cstimatod, will bo needed for tho navy Including tho army transport and supply ships. Liberal provision Is to bo made for bringing Into tho navy men with special qualifications or strong deslro for sea servlca. Gen. March canceled his woekly correconference with newspaper spondents today 011 uccouut of the I pross of his engagements. Uoiulou, T,w;enti-on- o important German towns have been bombed by the British Independent air force during August, according to Information from an authorltatlvo source. Tho objectives wero railway stations, and chemical and othor factories blast furnaces, and the towns included Frankfort, Mannheim, Saarhurg, Thlonvtllo, thrco times each; Burbach, Coblenz, Cologne, Darmstadt, larlBruho, Luxemburg, Offonburg and Treves. The total weight of bombs dropped In theso raids was more than 100 tons. During tho past thrco months tho Independent air force has, mado 249 aerial raids ovor Gorman torritory. Tho extcnslvo damngo dono haa been confirmed by photographs lu many cases. Tho Gorman torritory thus brought definitely into tho war zone represents a belt In tho Rhino Valley approximately 250 miles In length, Metz-Sablo- were read. Addresses tfero mado by Governor J. J. Cornwell, E. E. Undisturbed by Enemy. White, and by P. B. Noyes, Director The Rhenish Westphalian Zeitung of Conservation of the Fuel Adminislikewise asserts that the withdrawal tration. The speech of J. B. Nealo comof the German troops was not disby tho enemy, and further mended the miners and officials for turbed 'sweetens the dose with one of the their patriotic efforts to produce oC now usual explanations that the more coal. Ho cited instances withdrawal leads to tho shortening mine officials working on Sunday and workof the German line, and this leads congregations of churches ing in the mines at night, contributto strengthening tho front. But tho paper finally admits as a ing their earnings to the Red Cross. Backing his plea by quotations sort of afterthought that the Americans achieved some success near from the proclamation of President Thlaucourt "by which, it is said, Wilson and from utterances by we suffered a loss of prisoners and Cardinal Gibbons and other American leaders, Mr. Nealo urged that it guns." The Frankfurter Zejtung also sup- was as much an obligation for a. plies Its readers, although in more true American miner to mine coal restrained language, (with inspired as it was to work in the trenches. statements about the German higher He pointed out that all war matfi'lal, command's long existing intention munitions, guns and shells, dclfind to evacuate tho St. Mlhiol salient. on coal, and in the face of the great It expresses tho belief that tho need too much effort could not he ex Franco-America- n attack was mado pended in bringing coal production s largely for tho purpose of produc- up to the requirements of tho v ing a moral effect and says, In veilof the nation. Speaking of the car supply Mr. ed reference to the heavy German Nealo said that operators losses: should "It Is a pity ovents took tho course not ask for more cars than their they did, becauso this enables the mines could actually use on enemy, especially the Americans, to day and he explained that the represent tho evacuation of the sali- now system of car rating Inauguent as an Important and material rated by the Railroad Administration success. This especially Is true, would provldo for each mine receivfor, judging from American reports, ing only, but exactly, tho number of our losses, of prisoners appear to be cars which its actual performance in not inconsiderable." mining coal indicated it could load Saved by Australn Troops, from day to day. Tho paper admits that tho German Speaking in high praise for what troops in tho pack of the salient wero had been accomplished in the past, in dangor of being cut off, and gives the Director of Production yot urged n (ho mino workrs and operators credit to the l troops for having saved them. Tho greater efforts and he pointed Frankfurter Zeitung does not go as out that It has been tho task of tho far as other newspapers which de- Fuel Administration to oncourago clare tho "enemy's projoct failed." throughout tho mining fields a patriot It qualifies this by saying, "In the tic spirit, the fruits of w,hlch should bo exemplified in a spirit of fairness main it failed." But It adds: "It Is, however, iindenlablo that and courtosy to everyone engagod in the initiative Is still in enemy han,ds.' tho coal Industry. Amserdam. The Cologne Gazette, sugar-coatin- g tho pill, Bays when the, reports of the German airmen indicated that simultaneous attacks on a large scale wero about to ho mado on the St. Mihlel salient, steps were taken to enable a withdrawal, which was effected. The newspaper asserts that tho enemy's plan was to cut off the German divisions collected at the apex of the salient near St. Mihlel, but the plan did not succeed. Franco-America- n atenveloping tacks wero wrecked, adds the Gazette and, with fine 'indifference to the prisoners lost, concludes: "All German units were brought back without losses worth mentionsemi-offici- '' ing." war-need1 any-give- Austro-Hungarla- I ! II rviHATCHAl HOME SWEET HOME by Ste -" J ICC COLD LEMONADE ' ,ie(?p vg Apg n I " VATPlOflC i I T-- ZT J'n?J;R, I "flUTS lJtN IT? I W 11 M WwwM 'lmw-s- i -. 1 'wMMi """rfflmw Jock Wilson iiviM,N..l ."'" nlll'" ''I srsstfSS JMt i 11 x 1 ivft m ... 1 w-- k w - n -- 'I .., milfci' ' l i .1 .wJ.u... r , ii r I.'., i . I 1 .1 ' ' "'" - 01 " ,i riW.i, ....,,w ii ff "y f u flf, 11 .ii. - ... r- -t . mmm 1, , uimJMii w 1,, mnm. 'M-, THAT KNIFE-LI- KE PAIN VICTIMS OF HUN BRUTALITY VOLUNTEERDAYS TO OPEN FOURTH LI Is Only One of Nntarc'a Warnlnca of Weak or Disordered Kidneys. How Allied Soldier Suffered When They First Experienced the Horrors of Kaiser's Poison Gas. Suddenly n grcnt cry rang out "Tho gas I" It was true. Over there from tho enemy's lines, came great greenish halls, vo'Hng close to the earth, rolling rolling yet swiftly, deliberately straight townrd us, Emmanuel Hour-cle- r writes In Scrlbner's. Gnsl That horrible thing, still nlmost unknown, which had been used for the first time It was only recently on the Yscr. coming with deadly surety amidst a Orders were tornndo of artillery. shouted back and forth: "The pnsl Put on the mnsksi" Each mnn spread over his face tho Tho shelters were protecting cloth. closed. The telephone, whose wires run the length of the communication trenches, gavo the warning: "Look out I Tho gnsl" We did not yet know what manner of horror It was. None of us had experienced an nttnek of the sort. We ran to awl fro like nnts whose hill has been molested. Some fired their guns at random, others awaited orders. The frightful, vivid thing enme on, expanded to u cloud, crept upon us, glided Into tho trenches. The nlr was quickly obscure. Wo wore swimming In nn atmosphere stnlned a venonlous color, uncanny, Indescribable. The sky appeared greenish, the earth disappeared. Tho men staggered about and rolled on the sround, stilled. There were some knots of soldiers who had been asleep in their beds when overtaken by the gns. They writhed lu convulsions, with vitals burning, with froth on the lips, cnll-Infor their mothers or cursing the Germans. We gathered them up ns best we could; wo took them to the doctors, who, thus confronted by nn unknown condition, found themselves powerless. They tried tho application of oxygen nnd ether In nn effort to save the lives of the victims, only to sea them die, already decomposed, In their lmnl.. Tho masks hud not yet been perfected nnd were a poor protection. Some ran about like madmen, shrieking In terror, tho throat choked with saliva, and fell In heaps In contortions of ngony. Some filled the mouth with handfuls of grass nnd struggled against asphyxlntlon. g 'eeVAte14fteVA44 Herald Club Rates With Other Papers: X Have you n lamo back, aching day and night? Do you feci sharp pains after stopping? Arc the kidneys core? Is their action irregular? Use Doan's Kidney Tills tho medicine recommended by co many Hartford perple. Read this case: Union 11. II. Gillespie, blacksmith, "As my trade St., Hartford, says: caufed mo to do qiflto a bit of hard work and bending over, I suffered severely from backach". SonMlmra it scemdd as If my back wero pierced with a knife, the pain wa3 so sharp and sove'ro. Tho action of my kidneys was too frequent and the kidney secretions were Bcaldlng nnd highly colored, Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Williams' drug store gavo tho best of results, and I am glad to recommend this medicine." Price GOc at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills tho same ihnt Mr. Gillespie had. Fostor-Mll-1mCo., Mfgrs., Buffalo N. Y! m CAMPAIGN LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE OPENS 8EP- TEMDER 28 AND WILL CON. TINUE FOR 3 WEEKS. VOLUNTEERS HAVE TWO DAYS Citizens Are Urged to Make Their Pledges on First Two Days, .September 23 and 9. Tho Central Commlttco of tho Eighth Federal Reserve District has set aside Saturday, September 28, nnd Sunday, Soptembor 29, tiro opening days of tho Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign, as "Volunteer Subscription Days." It Is Intended that on theso two' days opportunities shall bo provided for nil citizens In tho district, to voluntarily, without solicitation, for Fourth Liberty Bond3. Tho directors of publicity aro requested provlous to tho opening of tho campaign, to arrange for puullclty throughout all counties and cities, brinslng to tho attention of tho people tho opportunity of exprcrsslng vol untarily their patriotism and loyalty,, by buying Liberty Bonds. Churches Will Help. Tho director of speaker? will arrange to havo patriotic speeches and mass meetings on the30 days, and all churcho3 on Sunday, September 29, will havo pntilotlc sermons preached. Sales Director Vincent L. Price has Issued Instructions to each county chairman and director of sales reon the questing their plan. Places must bo provided In each locality, where tho people may enter tnelr subscriptions, and ample! publicity must bo given. - Director, Price suggests that booths, offices, stores and banks may bo used. Tho factories should be organized for "Volunteer Day," and some one present to receive Subscriptions. It is expected that the Women's Division will havo anImportant part In, the work of "Volunteer Days," and they should bo Included in all plans, j Tho work of subscribing on. Sun-- , day, September 29, will bo largely' through tho churches, nnd tho Liberty Loan Workers aro particularly. Instructed to see that tho pastors of each church Is advised of tho plans,, and requested to aid In the work. Buttons and Flags on Hand. Tho head of tho sales department In each community Is expected to sco that subscription cards, Liberty Loan buttons and Individual honor flags aro at hand. Theso supplies may be obtained through the Central Liberty Loan Organization at St. Louis. Mr. Prlco sayo that it Is felt that this idea of Volunteer Subscription Days is wanted by the peoplo and that they will respond - same readily and liberally. If such proves to be the case It will bo a movement toward simplifying and shortening tho Liberty Loan Campaigns. In Franco and England tho Loans aro all taken by Volunteer Subscriptions. Tho Loans are announced by the' right kind of publicity, places and means for subscriptions aro provided' and tho peoplo take tho Loans.. That's all thero Is to it there why. not hero? hud-scrlt- I ! j t t Herald and Owensboro Daily Messenger u a it " u a it Inquirer a it New York World tt it Louisville Post (daily) 2-a-week 2-a-week 3-a-week $5.10 - a a u it it ft THE THRICE-A-WEE- K EDITION YORK WORLD. Of Louisville Herald (daily) Louisville Courier-Journal (daily) THE t'tut-ucuii- NEW s ut tu u dull weekly. A'o other newspaper In the world gives so ninth at so low a price. The value and need or a newspa per In tho household was novoi (greater thail at the present time Is now The great war lu Europe half-wa- y Into Its third' year, and, whether peace be at hand or yet hi far off, It and the events to lollow li are sure to be of absorbing Interest for many months to come. g affairs. These are In which the United States, vlllinK or uimllltuc. is compelled to take part. N'o intelligent person can ignore such Issues. World's regThe Thrlce-A-Wec- k subscription price Is only $1.0(5 ular pr ,vear. and this pays for 156 Wo offer this unequalled npwnapr and The Hartford Herald together for one year J1.76. 4ncc ut world-shakin- Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer it Weekly Commercial Appeal a Commoner 2.85 2.85 2.25 5.60 5.60 6.50 2.00 1.85 2.25 THIIJUTK TO IIEUOKS OF THE MAKXK. Engraving Announcements -- , nations "ess Stiitiouury j. . On Mom Stnfloii. K Ir. the enIn fact, ni 'Tie by tb graving line. l. Thf a np house ro Kentucky TJnpra inf of LoulsvlJIe. Ome look at mir pampl"" THF HARTFORtnHERAlO Saved Ship From Destruction. Capturing n runaway bomb on the deck of a ship during a terrific gale, a United States navy man heroically held on to several hundred pounds of high explosive until It was got to safety. This man of Iron nerve Is John Mackenzie of the naval reserve, who Is serving ns a chief boatswain's mate on the U. S. S. Itenillts, a converted yacht now on patrol service in European waters. For this extraordinary hcrol&m Mackenzie has been nwnrded n medal of honor nnd given a gratuity of $100. In the midst of a storm .a depth charge, such as havo proved so disastrous to German submarines, broke loose and went rolling about the decks. Iteallzlng tho dnnger, Mackenzie shouted out, "I'll g(?t her!" nnd Hung himself upon the chnrglng cylinder. Three times he wns thrown from the bomb. The fourth time he got It nnd, heaving the charge upright, sat on It nnd held It down. Here he remained until lines were plnred around tho bomb. Had fhe charge exploded It would have blown the ship to pieces. Mackenzie Is n native of Massachusetts nnd his mother, Mrs. Mackenzie, resides at South Iludley Falls, Mnss. After serving four years In the regular navy he returned to service In the fleet naval reserve. GIVING. By Mary Carolyn Davles. 1. MAGAZINE 3CO ARTICLES Just Money to give. Ho gave-his That Is all wo'ro asked life, Jim. Ho'd havo liked 360 ILLUSTRATIONS BETTER THAN EVER Yearly Subscription $1.50 Send for our new free cat (dog of mechanical books Popular Mechanics Magazine) 6 North M!ch!cnnArA-no, At Your Newsdealer 15c a copy to live For Betty bless her shy young heart had only Tho week beforo ho left, put on his ring. How long her Ufa will bo for her, how lonely With nothing of him but remember- ingl Sho never flinched, nor lie, my son, they gave; Sho working still, and Jlmmlo in his grave. And now today wo'ro asked again to save, And givi, give, glvo the country what wo'vo sweat And tolled to earn. It's hard to all qhlcago, und yot, Wo safo, wo calm, wo fortunate, we h s DR. J. H. THORPE living, I wonder, daro wo, daro wo call this giving Itoraombor Volunteer tember 28 and 29. Days Sep- Kye, Eur. Nose, Throat. and Fitting of Glasses Masonic Temple 0WEN3B0K0, K HIM, II, BUSINESS UNIVERSITY If the right kind of a response bo made on Volunteer Days Sopt. 28 and 29 tho Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign will bo given such an impetus that tho allotted threo weeks wl.ll not bo required to soil tho bond issue. r t C V&u R. Said Bulotu CEc be. ui Butlnetl, Short Hind, Tipe Writing and Telegraph! lniioi'i ann iiirmmuiu -- K. Col he? cm do ciuch for uui cos i o uu iowr m .wart na a fisn lalariid JN3k. WfltlfintliiljiouiaiiftitrTfd Swum to In Franco nnd England all tho loans to prosecuto tho war aro takon by Volunteer subscriptions. Two Volunteer Days Sept. 28 and 29 are set ' asldo to opon'tbe Fourth Liberty Loan Vrmueill LU'luuyiiirni. Campaign'. Every one should placo BCMJEew' on ono of rErrty:: roll jkApSHSuaiWrthijHiryr- - bis volunteer subscriptionwait for the . I.v'yl'rlu.-Ilinn these two days and not liloa( JriKi VojiirtlcvilJw,aaJK'M Ixlfwilliou. solicitors, ' . SKI7H kr WLSUR '""Wi Burglary Among Nonessentials. Among the nonessential industries which nre nlmost In a state of collapse Is the ancient nnd sinister one of burglary. According to data furnished by a burglary Insurance company there has been a decided and favorable change in tin attitude of chronic recalcitrant-- since the cxccutlvu proclamation of a few weeks ago, directing all iblebodlod men between eighteen nini fifty years old to turn their hands to Industrial pursuits. The drnfr, high wages and federal and state surveillance promises to reduce crime almost to the vanishing point. Mnny sociologists nnd criminologists of the modern school will point to this as proof of their theories that poverty Teaching tho Boys to Slno. Is tho principal cause of crime. It will A distinguished young musician reargument In no doubt be n potential Kngllsh army for the favor of n revision of criminal laws cently Joined the purpose of teaching the boys to sing. after the war. Attached to tho royal air force, he has been cobimlsslnned to train tho men at Had Her Handa Full. tho various centers In choral singing, worker fluttered thus dispensing with tho necessity for An nmateur mission Into one of the West bide ofllces of tho bands. The effect upon the spirits, tho Associated Charities. niurale and tho discipline of the men "Oh," the exclaimed, "I have tho has been excellent. They hnve develsaddest case for you. Iteally, It Is oped a keen "interest In singing, and quite pathetic, A woninn, who hns many of them havo been found, to been deserted by her husband, has their own surprise, to possess exceltlvo little children to support. Sho Is lent voices. In view of tho success of too frail to work, nnd I'm sure there tho movement, It will probably be exIsn't enough In tho house for their next tended to oilier' branches of tho army, meal." especially where the formation of a "But what Is to prevent you from band Is out of the question. tnklng chnrgo of this case yourself?" asked the official, Improves Revolver. "01;," said tho visitor, drawing herBy providing tho ordinary revolver self up haughtily, "I couldn't think with n circular cartridge- franio or clip, of It, you know. Why, I'm doing the Joseph II. Wesson of Sprlugfleld, ford's work I" Chicago American. Mass., has given tho older weapon nil the convenient fentures of tho newer He Is Really Peaceful. automntlc weapon ; thut Is, the rapidity "They cnll mo a hard guy," whanged f fire and quick reloud. Ills clip, tough Individual. tho would-bholding flvo or six catrldges In position, "They do, do they?" hissed the sherto pusli them Into place In tho iff of Lone Wolf county, shaking him ivvolver barrel at one' operation, by the coat collar. of Individual loading, ns Is usuthey Just call me a hard guy ally the cuse. back home," was the reply, "but realljr i got a sort opposition." '1 Subscribe for the Herald 1.50 a year ) e in-.te"Y-ye- s, Paris. All Franco paid tribute to the heroes of tho Maruo In celebration of the fourth anniversary of the historic conflict. The celebration took on an added significance from the recent series of victories as over the samo fighting ground four years ago and the participation of American troops in the iij'v battlo of the Mame. Although the day was overcast, there was a great pilgrimage to the battle fields, and many ceremonies were held In villages slowly recovering from the devastation caused when thcGermans made their first sweep toward Paris. The principal function was at Meaux, which bears the scars of the battle four years ago. Memorial services were bcl'1 .at tho Meaux Cathedral and were attended by representatives of allied Governments, tho army, navy and all branches of public life. An impressive discourse wa3 delivered by tho the Bishop of Arras, who likened battlo of tho Maine to the miracle which brought about the relief of Orleans. On the battlefield Jacques Dunies-nl- l, Under Secretary of War For Aviation, made nn address on behalf of tho French Government. Other cerenionjcs were held In many cities throughout France. General Pershing sent a magulfl- Icent wreath, on behalf of tho American army, to Meaux, which Bishop Marbeau placed it among tho graves Two other on th& battlefield. wreaths wero placed In the cathedral at tho foot of tho statue of Joan d'Arc. One wreath was Inscribed "from tho American Soldier" and the other was from the Knights oi Columbus. Tho graves of 30 American soldiers, who died in tho Amerlea hospital at Meaux after tho fighting at Chateau Thierry, wore not forgotten, Bishop Marbeau reciting a special prayer in the little cecotory. General James G. Harbord represented General Pershing at tho &$. Kri. lHoSLJ 'Louisvill e iiomii Journal Daily by Mail (Not Sunday) and THE HARTFORD HERALD Your home paper and the best known Daily Ncwsbaper of this section. An Excellent Combination Subscription n innieWiTP ! arders at this combined rate may be sent to the ollice of the Hartford Horald or to Berry D. Walkert, Post Ollice, the Courier-Journa- l agent. rr- - c H aixos 'd Herald Applies toboth renewals and new subscriptions. Start now and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer Both papers one year - $2.00 BAPvGAIN OFFER Tlie Hartford Herald and Weekly Commercial - Appeal 'Both 1 Yr. for $1.85 Tho HAKTFORD HERALD has mado a special clubbing rate wttn the Memphis Weekly Cominorclal A peal, of Memphis, Teun., bj wnic wo will furnish both papers for the sum of SI.U5 pt'r ym regular subscription price, ?1.30. Tin Oni.irnereltl Appeal Is. one o tho largest and best papero In tho South ?ni ' hope to receive man? new subscriptions on this offer; $1.2T. cash for both papers. This to renewals as well as now sub nnammuiwMM mil ii'iiiHli.'iii'ii'Wii-- v -"" R. G. lie Garage 310-18-2- JESSE Service Station I olDles. ICV. 0 St. Ann St.. Dealer in Ohio. McLean, Davioxx DD.A.-S- " OWBNSKOUO. Hancock Counties ZDTIG-JK- T OIFIEICT IJOTII TELEPHONES axid A Jk ff Repairs of All Kinds 1 Specialty. A SOLDIER'S REASONING. , A St. Louis soldier In Franco, writ- c mg nomo io ma luuiuur, bujb; Liberty Bond drive this fall. I am go- -' lng to take $500 worth. 13 est Investment In the world and every dollar In vested Drings us ho' o that much soon er." And that, as George Patullo would say, is tho "pbBolejo For Infants and Children OTA j B II "l 9 A M In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of the tf&t I :'J fib A reAJ' !' u. t 'fei", "jHfefci,'r,- - -,- A. (.' ' " " h ii- I riKnfn r,Vftrnwwir-r- T i I) RALLY of THE PATRIOTS Will address the people of Ohio County, at Centertown, Tuesday, October 1st, at 2:30, and at Beaver Dam at 7:30 p. m. Show .your patriotism and love for our great republic by attending one or both of these meeting's. sfav-fc-Vs.7TWT- ii. r HON. E. T. FRANKS rsc3T liavo made tho statement that if the American government con-j- B tinucs to call men to tho colors, a la- - g if Published weekly by bor shortage will develop which can . i HARTFORD HERaLD PUB. CO. st not bo filled because American Incorporated en will never soil (heir "soft white W. H. COOMBS, O. B. LIKENS, hands'' with manual labor. Tho Sec.Treas. PresidJnt bote incident, and hundredfi of otli era nko it, put the He to this statc- Editor W. H. COOMBS Another woman Is trying to usurp ment, in proving the boundless WALTER CREEP, Local Editor. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart's honored pariotism of our women, who are J. place as founder of tho moonlight ready to go any length to win tho ?1.G0 gchools. No matter what is started wur. ONE YEAR SO hSIX MONTHS it attains any prominence there 45 wiil be some one disputing for tho PEAKLIH LOGSDON CAPTURED. THREE MONTHS Papers going into the 4th stone and dutluctiun of being its starter. His- -' Another deserter from the army farther, not accepted for less than 1 tory will likely bo lull of German year at names, who will be trying to crowd was apprehended last Wednesday, .. frt.n 'vlioi Pnnrllii I.nraflfiii Mr. Hnll nf .mi ... it. Local Advertising, 10c per lino for disputing his Just claim of being the- - John Logsdon, of Rosine, was cap- - j turcu at .ucMenry, uy iuarsnau win tlio nrst insertion anu ic per uno justigalor of tho great war. Langford, of RocUport. Young for each insertion thereafter Rates for Display JVdvertlsIi'E modoj U - is said - some nefarious fo- -' Logsdon descried the. nrtny soj.no known on application. kirs who wished to open gambling time ago and bus since been In thu of re- joints out at tho fair grounds last vicinity of Rosine. He was arrested Cards of thanks, resolutions spect, obituaries, etc., 5c per lino week, got their "walking papers." on tho track atilcllenry, where he straight. Obituary poetry, lc per Wo congratulate tho ollicials who was working, last Wednesday even-gav- e word. This rulo Invariable. them this order. If thero is Ing, and brought to Itockport where Tho anything despicable beneath the sun, 'be was placed In the lock-uGet ready for the Big Push put ft is one who preys on the innocent Marshall sent word to his wife to tho Fourth Loan over tho top dur- -' curiosity of people, by tempting them send his uniform to him, and she ing volunteer days. to engage In games of chance, with and Hobart Daugherty went down to the chance left out. We aro glad Rockport and spent the night with j First the blade, then the ear, then ollio county will not tolerate this him. The next morning ho was tak- -, I en frost the full corn In tlio en on tho early accomodation to and shuckin' tlmo! Louisville. When the train blew The Aubtian's veiled note, a feel- - for Rosine, ho leaped from the train If we wero looking for soft snaps, or fnr nnnrp. hna Iiprii fintiv mfusGii. and tried to escape. He reached the we would go to Germany and go into We aro ga(, Several time3 have' depot platform when tho offlccr business as an undertaker. j(h(?y mlt mU thcM camouflageil ap.' caught him, striking him over tho requests for peace "cad with the butt of his pistol. He . While tho boys go over tho n'l)eaIs wlllcl wero .. ., ., ,, .o on uuriuuu terms, ami me worm fis "- diu .o ....hvh and smash the Huns In Europe, let out to tho people not to aid in his ar- us carry the Fourth Loan banner ov- growing tired of their persistency. s l" officer was arresting him peace-not- e If wo remember aright, er the top and on to victory hero. ' was being considered when tho for money. Ho did not resist other This store is making its formal showing of new Autumn Merchandise, and It is said the Germans aro cremat- - treacherous drivo on Italy started; than attempting to run. He submit-e- d easily when caught and was taken ing tho bodies of dead soldiers and l)oaco was uoiS discussed while Ser-usleach day add to the completeness. on to Louisville and turned over to tho ashes for fertilizer. If bIa was uelnG dismembered; and if wo 1'sten to them now, it will bo a the Federal authorities. they ever use our bones to fertilize This season's efforts have brought fourth the most comprehensive assortment o- we are going to neace discussion that will give them SIX NEGROES LEAVE their 1" chance to move their big guns to como up "kirkle-burrs.- " than was ever our pleasure to present. FOR CAMP THURSDAY. Give them peace at tho Lorraine. In the words of Marso Henry, end of a bayonet everlasting peace. Everybody looks for and expects to find the best selection, the latest Tho Local Board has received a ' "God help us if tills war over gets No peace on cartli till it be accom-int- o for seventeen negroes but only novelties, exclusive and distinctive things at this store, arid this season, more politics." Yes, the ages would panted by good-wil- l, on Yanko- - call has six qualified. Therefore the echo tho horror and tho shame If Franco-Britis- h terms. quota will be short eleven men. Tho than all previous ones, will prove that the confidence of its patrons has been we allow the standard of our high last calls have drawn very heavily Throughout all future ages, Franco Ideals to be trailed In such ignoble wisely placed. ! mn ntt nil' Oil in Pnnnlv'o onrnlF " ' ' ,. , dust. ' will be a sacred land to Americans. cally all tho colored men qualified to HlffV nllilox int rtf tlm onlnmnlin ' will be in camp after Thursday's :L:L The German press assures tho Gcr ..- - .w. .. . goes- - Tlle nan,es of !numl,or the man neonle that thnv won the St. wnere nis own son uau lauen. Anu tomorrow arc as ro1" Mlhiel battle, where tho Americans '60 Americans will go for years and ' J"!" .W" Iowb: pushed thorn out of a thirty-si- x mile yoars and place wreathes on tho Clmrllo Boswell, Hartford, R, 2. sector and took thousands of prison- - tpots, marked by the rude wooden Carl Lawrence, Hartford. ers. Of all tho laughable things wo crosses where their sons gavo their John Dee Griffin, Prentiss. have heard of, this is the limit. jives for liberty. This ground will Leslie Acton, Hartford, B, 5. ... ' f If- - . be hallowed by tho thought that it Fred D. Tichenor, Hartford, It, T, ...n.. I.n I...1IIV was stained with American blood """, Lonnlo B. Maddox, Danville, 111. or something else, but when people aIH, (lcar forever ,0 Amercan Iiiuiiuy pruier home ouior govern hearts by tho scenes that transpirod DAILY WEDDINGS. ment to the American, and publicly upon me lirbt time in our u. say so wo can find no better name ul3t our men oversea Taking advantage of tho fair week A...1 fnw w..... uioiujuiiij. Jlliu ..... !..... . Rn, .u. I.1 Hind fllolni'nl.'tii HO HUVU nrlnlil I1UO ....0w aAaiQkkv n.wl I. ,v,,o In to Eeal the nuptial vows, three cou- peoplo In Ohio county who have France fulsome, chivalrous and pies presented themselves to Judge WRITES HIS WIFE. done this very thing. Franco romantic whore fatoook, on three successive days, and destined them to lift the banner of wore made husband and wife, Somewhere In Franco. From reports coming from right over an outraged world. On Thursday, Audley Atchison, of parts of tho county, tlio frost of Mrs. Ella Smith McIIonry, and Miss Ida Reo Stone, of tho last few nights did not do tho GOsiIEX I will write you i "Wife: LADIES GO Hartford, had sealed their futura ' Dear In mn en in tltn ninna nlilnl. tr. I few lines to let you know I am well TO THE FIELD, blln by the judge's authority, ... ,o pmces mere xi , whon the80 few ,taca comes and h r' is a record crop of tobacco. With , n,,, m ,, 7. en, 01. , i.nn.l.' will nnd vou well and eniov- T,, wnmoil .... . ... uu... i.u.u " lu.Ba vuru.u ii.. the prospect of higher prices than ev- - ccrtallly , Vore .united lug lite, i navo ucen gone irom mo to tho gtandard of Uw, c Kiiuni. Dion, no larmers pros- - patriotism. Numbeiy .of inbtances Then on Saturday, Den Rogers and Company some tlmo and could not perlty is undoubtedly assured for an- - havo como t0 our utco of womon Marfo SmU1 (of co,or)( both ot'Tay wrlt0 while I was gone. I have been other season nud g,rJg takng tho nlcn.s pjaces ln Ior j,nea hcanl t,jo ,mppy boned,c. working for the Quartermaster, but the fleldH when tho latter wcro call- - Mon fall from tho Judge's lips that am back m tlle comPany now- - l wl1 We have repeatedly warned our od t0 Ul0 color8t 0uly recentIy TJien get yourself one of those famous Eet them adrift on tho course of 'their wr,tQ ovcry two or thre0 ,lays untU readers that all wlio are In arrears wIlcn si10rtaBO ot Iucu lo gather tho future destiny. 1,ear from yu- - l havo not heard This completed the l more than three months inuit pay cro,)8( at Goshen, becamo so acuto trio of ono marrigo for each of the from yu but ono t,rao s,nco l hav? Air-Tig- ht up or tholr paper bo stopped. Tho lliut lt was So I want you to ,)Cen j Fra,ice. j fearod tl)0 croU3 would UlreJ ,ngt days Qf Ul(J weefc time draws nigh when wo must put 0gt( a number of n wrlto to mo and toll me how you aro o- ladles this order Into execution. If you wtmt to the field and helped Ho-- 1 getting along. Did anyone work on ASSESSMENT NOTICE. like Tlio Herald and want lt, It Is dcSi tIiey liavo as!8tcd t!l0 farnlorB and that will make two good investments While tho law makes it tho duty Ul 1,aco thls ycar? How ar0 cropa worth paying for; if you don't want j,, preparing tho ground for wheat of Well, did you tho taxpayer to como to my of- - looking back thero? to your credit, You will save half your . lt, J should ho stopped. Attoud to rnwinir. Amouc thoso who imv .in. nop in iinrirnr,! tn nunoc. i,i Havo - liavo a good gardon this time? " " " 7 11,1, ...Mtovni ,.., r "" I plied thonuelvcs to farm work, may crty, in order to accommodate l'"l'- you BOt lots ot fry,"B chickens? the fuel aud enjoy tho comforts of a warm bo moiitlonod, Miss Murtliu Ilhoads, aged, Infirm nnd other porsons, up- - ll0" to uo at homo ,n t,mo t0 holn According to letter recoived from who ha helped her fathor care for en whom cat tl,cnl' Not knowing If this it would work an unusual 'ou room. Found only at ' , soldlere, tho Frouch morl codo and big clovor and prcitaro for wheat- - hardshln to nmn ., ,,,v ninM t will reach you or not, I will closo t manner aro to different from ours sowing: Mrs. Suo Hlalr. Mrs. Oi.m will, about tho nrt nf ,,,n',.n. and wrlto more next time. So ho .1 thnt wo look upon them us occupy- - Luco. nnd Mlse Mattio Luce tramped publish uotlco of dates at which I elrI a,,a thinH of on0 who '8 I ing a very low place In morality si!ng In a silo for Mr. J A. Culd-ono of my doimtles will amiear at thinking of you. Tell all hello for J Howevor much critiou and cyniw well, while Ills wife torvud us ongi-'th- o voting place in each of tho ro- - mo- Iioiiu tho fingers of scorn at wiokod user for the tractor; Mrs. A. S.imoto preclucta whoro such taxpayers EDWARD M. SMITH, ' America, It still remains .ovldont that.Chlun, Mrs. J. O. Slovens and Mr, may meot us to assess tholr proper- Co. K. a Inf. A. P. O, 745, ' our moral utandard is tho highest Ella Ilarues also helped nil a silo; My. AEF in tho world not oven tho English Mre. May Miller Is also holplng hoi- f DILLIS WARD ? . t ' m fY oaiT nil mnt t man tun hrnvnat miw lMK.l.ni.,1 i.n.. w v i"vv',,vm wm u4u,n " liuouauu nuueu iuuuccu. miao uer-o-- nri. tax uoiaT uuio County. , Subscribe for Tho Herald 91.50 a Yr i 1 1 J women tlio 1 JTlGl FIST Li llC U it OrCl U 3.IQ ' strongest and purest and our laws the mans best observed. Tore- upon tills makes us feci a glow llect of nrlde in tho fact that wo are cltiz-- , ens of tho world's greatest republic, democracy and most en-- j HchtDiied neonle that ever shoved tho whcol of progress. .,,.. Buy Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps worn-grande- I ! - lti s.i I I f p. ' ear-yth- ug. I , The Latest Autumn Styles For Ladies. ... ., I "t Delightfully New Models in Coats, Suits and Skirts. kraut-cabbag- e, rrrri I T T" ' Z., ,.,..,.. .".".! Prices on Ladies' Suits $15.00 to $35.00 Hartford, Kentucky. " r ,,, CARSON & CO. 'i tl,la fc MMMMMilMMMMM....M.ltMftwtWt(ttw I :::::: ,;.... I..."'" cu.. .. " . .... ..,."..". Buy War Savings Stamps and Help Squelch Kaiserism Heaters Progress well-know- j ..." "" nt 1 Ba W ACTON BRO ElARTFOHB. KY. "V: pi ... iKtHvmwvvvvmmvAw.vnivJ ctetl&kjLL. ,mmto, MMJiiHi, oipjinfmwiimiininm l.JJIi"2 rfjjfcijJifVji.v Jrti.'iv j -- TFTKHAirrr In lAtcr1 e'ng taken In tho moonlight "chcol work. A number of teachers havo. organized nioonllght schools In their districts and arc putting on a vigorous campaign against Illiteracy. I Pag Y 'frlcndi wish her much success her new Held of endeavor. You can get Syrup Palls at ... acton imos. Special Notice! TELE appear before Silks, ladies of Ohio County are hereby summoned us in the next ten days to see our splendid showing in Millinery, Cjats, Coat Suits, Woolens, , Waists, Shoes, Hosiery, etc. This notice does not compel you to make a purchase, but is merely given that we may show you this splendid line Mrs. Leja C. Toll and daughter, Hon. E. T, Frank! will speak a' Leota, of McIIanry, aro guests of the Baptist church, at Centertown, at Mrs. W. II. Burton. 2:30 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct. 1st, In Interest of the Fourth Liberty Loan. Tho Local Board has received a Mr. Franks is one of the best known call for 79 men to leave for Camp and acknowledged as one of the finthe 7th of next month. est speakers of this section, and everyone should turn" out to hear Mm. Miss Dewey Johnson visited Mri. Gortlc Home, at Heaver Dam, from Enslgt Wlllliim Moore, of the Saturday until Sunday evening. American navy, Is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Moore. Mr. Mr. Walter Creep spoke at the Moore, who has made several trip1? Opera House, Beaver Dain, last night across tho Atlintlc, was one of tho In interest of tho Liberty Loan, after crow of the ship, Wcstova, which the presentation of "Pershing's was orpedoed near the French coast With several others, he drifted sever- Crusaders.'' al days and nights till a favorablo Mr. Honda Faught, ago 17, and wind blew them to shore. Miss Erma Rcnfrow, ago 1G, both of Cromwell section, were married at Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Thomas and the courthouse Saturday, by Itev, little child, of Falmouth, Ky, nrc visiting Mr. Thomas' father, Mr. . Kussell Walker. P. Thomas. Mr. Thomas, who is In Miss Stella Quisser. lOi'ry left for tho government service, has been emher homo at Dundee Thursday, after ployed at the powder plant at Nltro, spending the summit' with Judge W. Va for tho past four month, and Mrs. It. It. Wedding. She will but will locate at Stithton In the enter school at Dundee. . .Fruit Trees Don't take chances on common fruit, buy Stark Bro's pedigreed trees, get what you buy, see Frank Guuthcr at harness shop, 113 E. 2nd, Owensboro, Ky. 40-l- t. Columbia Grafonola and Columbia Records I : n """M J tJJMJ I I I ! ii . l! P j i mm I - . J IT I llffaS s Columbia Grafonoh. i Our trade in our Heady-to-Wea- r Department litis been phenominal. Others are buying; why not you? Spend your money with your home merchant, and save your extra dollars to invest in War Saving Stamps and Liberty Bonds. , of merchandise. Do this, and remember W thatit pays to trade with a house that saves you money. P..ZgLjl5o VIAVI. Eureka 39-l- Mfg. Co. East St. Louis, Iill. t. Cure Catarrh, Case No. 70123. N"me Miss Nancy Ford, of Greenville, is given., ,Uscl here for 23 jenrs. Call Home Thone 41) or see MRS. the guest of her father, Dr. E. W. JAMES H. WILLIAMS, Ha'tford, Ky. Ford. , H m o--o (INCORPORATED) of Mrs. Pcnn Taylor and Miss Minnie w .... Beds, Dressers Leach. For Davenette Suits, p uy cnpnsu w JAKE WILSON, Manager. her 2, 1918, beginning promptly at'H lUHUUIULl, p Dining Tables, Rockers, Chairs and ' Photographer" In Rugs see 'There's HH2332T&IUiZj!3ZHei&12 ACTON BROS. Tho United States Government iu;uu u uiucu uii inu iruiuist'S SCIIIKKTER. Stanford. (wants every patriotic man, woman Fordsvllle, Ohio county, Ky., I will'- -. Mrs. Ollle Barnett will go to Louis- - and child in Ohio county to seo the sell: 1. One farm of 50 acres, 1 mili'i ' ENOS SPF.NCrR. rrmtJenl Dr. E. W. Ford and family CIIAS.G. IIAKKIS, Mco I'n.Mcul visit to her war picture at the Star Theatre, from Fordsvllle, known as the V V vllle for a week-en- d II. 11. LIM1SLV, SecrtUr Owensboro yesterday. to brother, Mr. Sam Anderson and Hartford, Kentucky September 30th. Barker place. 2. One farm of GO aeres L mile from Fordsvllle know i family. Matinee at 2 and 4 o'clock. Night Dr. D. H. Godsoy, of Narrows, was as the Craig place. 3. One t. 7 and 9 o'clock. In town Monday on business. house and lot fronting 100 feet on( Miss Ina Black, of Owensboro. who Mrs. R. E. Hayncs and daughter, tho south 8lde of Chestnut street visited her sister, Mrs. F. L. Lauter-- 1 of Horse Miss Bertha Reeks, wasser, and attended tho fair return- - Miss Beatrice, who has served as and running back 150 feet, buildings 7 1 nf Branch, Is very 111 with typhoid fever. ' ;uuu ,cm"' we, ,u luu "'" .bookkeeper for tho American co-- " KsU7ClCYUU(, kJClUUl, ed homo Monday. hou-- e outbuildings. 4. One operative Association for some tlmo, A nEOULARLY ,NCOHPORATED ,nst.tution of learning Mrs. Warner J. Pursley, of Cadiz, " uiu j.uu 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Postofficc LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKV Mrs. F. L. Follx has returned from havo moved to Owensboro where Miss "'" "" Ivx,, is visiting Mrs. tmory bcnroeier. ., nm' t., . UU...W of Chestnut street and having a 1 nvr,0, ua ....,...., ....w .. i.w. U.. .....W- - ..., n ,.W...W i t? Tt f o. ine depth of 150 feet, in fair repair. B. ' jaervice; iY,ul IUY" .a"u wome" roJ 'days as tho guest of her sister, Mrs firm at an attractlvo salary. for.elther or bolh Ilnes of Mr. Earl Harrison, of Narrows, d??urf t0r One vacant lot, has 150 feet frontage P"VnS . D. Hamilton. Jennie visited in town from Thursday to Chestnut street and a depth of, cmtJiuyiiiciii suuuiu wriie ior suit inrormaiion at once. We are in receipt of a very Inter-'01- 1 Saturday. , The Ladv Maccabees will meet at cstine letter from Lieut. Henry Smith su" ILel' uno ol luo uesl I0ls ln DISOLUTIOX XOTICH. houso PKRSHIXG'S MHX I.rt rioll 11IUIDUUJ, !.- - Ofitl. ttlOV, n rn.mo.lv nf UVU Wt IU if II, V..f UU nrtflt FOrdSVlIlO. G. One Uk Ut PantA.lniifii UUb ir.. l,ALi& IliU iiUII T.(..a1n,. 11IO MUlllj l..o 'vft you want to own one of the best 3:00 o'clock. All members aro re- - 1U.IUV1IJ 'l""-,l ,,"'-u- ' tho Medical Reserve Corps in Franco, u"u ,"u u" ,uc K"Kr ol u'"1 """, wagons made get tho Owensboro Notice is hereby given that A. JL vwo, ........(, ... wUl. quested to bo present. which lack of space provents us pub- - ""-- " ACTON BROS. from "lL' " tho yard, good out- - Leader of Aine'Inm Army in France Wilson will take over, on tho SOxSs lllshlnir this wpoIt Hnwavsr wo will Juur buildings. This lot fronts 150 feet; and. His Husky Followers Aro day of September, 191S, tho buol-o- n Tho Ohio County Fair begins publish it In our next issue. rn nim.lna Mnnnnlnl ' nf MpT.Onn Chestnut street and 200 feet on Shown in Olllclal War Picture, mess, assets, good will and trae Sept. 18th, 1918, and continues four I VlSltlng Mr, and Mrs. ' COUnty. iS -ATp T V Pnlomnn of Mow Vnrlr Depot street right in the center of l.ll.lron ,1mltt,l rj0 pe0pio of Ohio County will maths of the Fodovlllo Planlai; James H. WllllamB. 3S-l- t. City, who is serving Uncle Sam 'tllQ ,own a lesirable piece ofpro- - havo au opportunity Monday Sop-- , Mill Company, end will continue day. free the first ouse andtcmber 30ti,, to seo what America the business tho samo as heretofcra, ro01" there, Is visiting his best girl, Miss Dorty' 7' 0uo James Smith of near Lono Mrs. has accomplished In her first year oM" "' resiiecw, uhult mu arm uuieu Mary Sue Johnson, of McIIenry, Ky,,"1"' lUK'"S iuw ei Morrs. John F, thiioIipHv uaubucilj, of ... .. . .. 1 nn,l lin villi' n ilonMi .., "nn foot- - line n T'lnntnir Mill Pnmrnin- - !. .. Hill, Grayson county, Is visiting Mrs. ,....-....- of ...,...rursu--- - nf nIS0 ms Parents, Jir. anu Mrs. V. a. participation in me war. C. Baize Horso Branch, Wnva of - . . . . r t, nun dim inn , un nnr. lngs - rusauers," Ul0 nrsi unueu i r wiiio nnii nnimn l u nnvnnn b.,-- r irniiii -in mop Amanda Barrett, near Barrett's mirix uu.- v.i ...... u...v. "" "" " H I " n I .. I so. Miss Johnson """" Reufrow, and Hobart Dauchortv of Coleman, of Parad . O ... ol- l,..ll.llr..,o I.. hi. V'l. TJll " "" """J States Olllclal . ... Film, will open .!. .!. """ l"u T War call- - Is on a visit from Norfolk, Virginia. uu"u'"bi' Horso Branch, were amine- our (vacant lots In Louisville, Ky., on Em- - an ongaKemont of one day at the Company, a corporation, will bfr Monday. Mr. R. H. Brown, of near town,,ers Mrs. Charlie Howard has received a mett avenue and Lynn street Just off star Theatre. Hartford, Kentucky, dissolved by unanimous consent of .o-- .i ....... ini...o ""' i. .nn ru """""'I South Preston street near city llmtts itninoo o nn,i . ovinni.--- nn.i niiriit 7 'all tho stock. holders, on Seuteuj - .. I BUM, D" .,.. T n Mrs, n.l llln who Is now at Norfolk, UIM stating Rnu, awv ialor- - vory T. Brown has arrived safely over- " ""' ." " and 9 o'clock. The films aro pre-io"'" Va son , Winsett B., Cedar Ldge, Property Rens. at present. The nbovo BOntcd ,,y tho Comniltteo on Public! A. J. ,'ILSON. President null tiu vu BUUll ll'UVU lur Annapolis. property Justbeing Colorado, aro vIcltliiL' Mrs Overhults' is sold to settle tho Inforinatlon, George Creel, Chalr- - 35-q mtm hQ Nava, ' Academyi to C. L. YOUNG, Secretarr Misses Bessie and Hattlo May, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bonnett, proparo for an offlcer ln the navy. e8iai oi u. t. wauaco, t,uia t.. uai- - nmil nmi woro taken by tho United o-- v Olaton, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. H. n Union Street. lerms oi sate: s,atea Sgnai Corp8 antl ,nava, Mr. Howard has been In tho navy for iaco. oxecuinx. FARM FOR SALE!. One-thir- d cash, tho balance in C, 12 photographers by cameraman of tho Hancock last wcck anu ouenaeu mo ovor a year. Mr. Dowey Bean, of Narrows, Mr. and IS months with G per cent, in- - Frcnch General Staff. fair. t. Five mllo3 east ot Hartford, IVTi and Mrs. Ray Stevens, of Magan, and ninnn TlniMina will Innim ilia torest from date. Lien retain on and Horton road, 70 ucre.-gooMr. W. II. Coombs has returned jnba Winnie Wosterlleld, of Hart- - 2Gth 'ot thl3 raonth for San Autonlo Property to secure samo. For in hill land, good improveiuuat. Farm Land For Sale. from a week's visit and business frd visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hoi- wi,cre ho wiu 6Pend the win- - fornin,flo- - cal1 or wr"e- - C. A. Payne, well watered. Also one pair inulvuj. trip in Mayflold, Fulton and other brook an,i family at Buford from tcr' ' 'nQ wm nml0 tho trln a (1js. Jr., Auctioneer, Owensboro, Ky. O. About six hundred acres of'No. I coming 3 years old; 7 40-l- t. Saturday until Monday. Wost Kentucky points. tanco of over twelve huudreda mlle3, P' Turner, Clerk. arming land, known as the J. E. Col- steors; two maro colts, 1 two yoar ' In au automobllo, giving him an op- old, 1 ono year. Call or write. , Miss Leila Qlenn left Thursday portunlty ' Mr. M. H. Combs and J, W. Car-sAi.i:s r.nwi lins farm on the Hartford and Beaver along tho for sight-seein- g F. G. PATTON, I tcrTof Dukohurst, are ropalrlni; their for Hurrlsburg, Ark., where sho has way, j. t.-- Wallace's farm, miie.i Dam pike. About 165 certs in cultiva- - 37-Hartford, R. 2. .. . ....I .. f.. A t.nM..n tnM..n.tnV it linPV. UCCOIHUU il 1JU3I11UU III .1... aigu l.f mo lOUilltU ual0 iicriJHiavv.. irom town on tiaruoru aim Morton Hon, well tn Will be sold In drained. school. MUs Glenn Intended' going cstlns a big crop of tho weod, Prof 13. S. Howard, County Su- - road; mail route by door, lots ot FARM FOR SALE. time ago, ljut owing to tho porlntondent of schools, has visited whtor, reasonably well Improved, tracts to SUit purchaser. For further iBomo Farm ot 70 acres, good land, 26 MjVo Will pay a straignt saiary oi uiuuhb uews lucumpiuyj, uio bciiooi ju au niiy scuoois sinco tno tali term about 100 acres. Write me or cqmo InfoTmfUon and terms see , , miles from Hartford, on best road S35.00 per week for 'man with rig did not opon at its usual'tlrao. Sho began. Ho reports splendid attend- - and see. M. H. or W. II. COLLINS, i JjiflAVALLAODi- to Introduco Eureka Egg Producer, .has sorvod successfully in the facul- - anco and' Interest everywhere Mr. ln county, for sale. For particulars? Hartford, Ky. 33lf llfrtftrd, Kentuc'i) call at" Herald' office. " Six months contract. Wrlto quick, ty of Hartford school, and her many Howard states that much Interest is "38-4- t ateoooooooooooooo Mr. J. H. B. Carson left for NashO ville, Tenn., Sunday where he goes AND LOCAL NKWS to look after some business. PERSONAL POINTS OOOOOOOOOOOOO M. It. Mnddox, who resides in Beaver Dam, but Is now with the Mason and Hanger Co. at tho Dupont Powder Plant, Nashville, Tenn., gave tho Herald a call while in town last Saturday. Mr. Maddox has been en-- 1 You that are in feed of a now gaged In government work for two Itango or Cook Sove don't forget tho years and formerly was employed at Store with a Bumper line and prices Camp Zachary Taj lor before going to at a money saving. Nashville'. ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky. First U. S. ofllclal war film a: the Recently a little son, Kenneth Star Theatre, Hartford, Kuitucj.j Itcid, came to brighten the home of Monday September 3Cth. M.itir.t.' Mr;"anuMrs.J. O. Wallace, of Cen- 2 and 4 o'clock and night 7 and 0 tral City. Mr. Wallace Is the son of o'clock. A graphic panorama cf Mrs. S. T. Barnett and was reared America's progress In the first yea.1 here. i of war against the Imperial German Autocracy. How our boys are su."t- Letcher Wilson, of Roslnc, says ing good on tho biggest and mor g that he never worked till tho last they have ever Job registration, and if they send him to tackled. Franco and will put Mm to digging trenches, he will certainly dig one New watches, Frank Pardon. deep enough to hide in. Frank Pardon repairs watches. ..Hoofing: Guaranteed 20 years, iQy ' never paint, half price shingle's. The best place to buy your snecta- proof, all grades clcs.ls at Frank Pardon.St $i.ou up, lias insurance muei. sec boro, Ky. Frank Gunther. 113 E. 2nd. har ness shop. Owensboro, Ky. 40-l- t. LOC1SAXA SUGAR C.SV. IS GROWN IX FIUXKLIX. Now while tho weather Is good is the time to repair your House and , Frimkfort, Ky., Sept. 21. The Barn Roofs and we have the Roofing , first test of raising Louisana cane that will rive vm.thR service. proven ACTON BROS ' mae '" Franklin county has i to be a success and seed will be dis- ' tributed throughout the county by Miss Nellie Arnold, of w"" 'the County Council of National De Branch, and Mrs. Pearl Ferguson, of Narrows, spent part of last weeTc fense. Noel Hodges raised four In town, taking the examination for,acre3 for seed and tl'splayed excelllent samples of the new product. blood-stirrin-- Feel Welcome in Our Store Stop in some day and let us show you You will be allowed to play as many records of your own selection as you wish, on different Columbia Grafonola iriodels. You may feci free to ask as many questions about phonographs as c will like it. you wwh the more you ask the better You arc to be the judge and the jury. We will be glad to send a Columbia Grafonola to your home on trial. the Compare the Columbia Grafonola w ith any machine world. In direct comparison it always appears tt i:s best. A Columbia Grafsaoh mav be bought ca convenient terms. ! n j Dealer's Name W--i r Q.--9 Ohio County Drag Co IacorporatPd.i wi.ixrija&tt3FuZ5sg2mrz3ZaZz 13 tf'6 Special Standard Brand Auto ires I To close stock before end of season at old prices. Write for prices. We pay the freight. ' I: Wi Kl FOROSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, ... J ' ! 3S-2- f -- &L I ( ,,. "-"- - ."tum .1 j I VP r' wura .. .,,.,, .. ,,..,. u -- ... "ru " ........ ... . rni-rlivlll- n -... ,u""" '""" "") "" "", "" ...... er "i. 1 4t 3S-2- rd d "O-- for . 1l. 2. 3t Tl, , 37-3t- p- 5 A WSMFSm - fa r Af j i r2 J. -s- -. A. 17 ' 3 ri ' STAR THEATER f t Hartfort, Ky. Monday, September a hood and about 12 or 16 registered last Thursday, this does very well for this llttlo corner of Ohio county. Born to the wlfo of Mr. Joe Brown n Hno boy last Thursday, mother and child doing nicely. Messrs. Jim and Alex Russell tho fair at Loulsvlllo last week. Quito a number of our neighbors attended tho baptizing at Rockport last Sunday. Mr. Dewlo Williams and Miss El-bRussell were quitoly married at i tho brldos homo Sunday. Tho Rev. ' Birch Shields said tho ceromony. Io ;t. WHAT V8LUNTEER : DATS BEALLY MEM Sept. Im- E5ES fjfftrt r.nntint9 15Tluid Drach ed Compelling Subscriptions, 28 .11 CASTORIA " . . " and 29, will be Big petus for 4 tli Loan. For Infants and Children. I y i PERSHING'S CRUSADERS Following the Flag to France. Released by the Committee on Public Information, Geo, Creel, Chairman. Taken by U. S. Signal Corps and Navy Photographers French General Staff. See What Our Boys Are Doing in France. The Truth About the War. Uncle Sam' Answer to the Lies of the Hun. Night: Matinee: Children 80c; Adults 50c, war tax included. 2-4. 7-- 9. grjaasgBaEag&aBKiasq f NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS! AM About You and Your Neighbors CKNTARL CJKOVi:. Leon in this place a few days seeing ' after some business. Mrs. Tom Hayes is on the sick list, community are Powers in this cutting corn and tobacco, j Mrs. Will Vaughn and daughter, of Illinois, is here for tho 'M. Taylor filled his regular ' YWmuntmt hero Saturday and Sun- - .school term. airs, utiesicr waru anu cimuren,. iay. y.r. and Mrs. Otto Fulkerson aud ' spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. IaaJ.V, of Brookport, 111., are visit- - J. P. McKcnney. Tiio infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. iur Mends I.) this community. itcUe Clltton Morton Rowe has Ed Pryor was buried Sunday aftcr-'hw- ii very sick for the past week noon. Mr. Harrison Peach, who got his raising on his throat, was, .wlrt-two :cttito relieved Sunday when Dr. leg broken in the mines about weeks ago, is doing nicely Bmto.Uuccd it. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. MuKenney nnd ttfc. Dorcas Gray lias returned where she spent Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ward and famt--Ui- p laine from Illinois ' motored to Taylor Mines Saturday fjuimer, Stevens, of n'ght to attend the meeting coiidutt-'VPiltaxMrs. John OJr. and Mines, attended church at oil by Rev. Allc... Quite a from hero attirted ,.w ,,!t S.m.lav. show at Broadway Saturday i.Sta.iay school and prayer nieet-'n- o night. progrebslng nicely. 'n:n . ,, ... . . . ., l,.r nnimlnlmn.it nf Willi mo filtlir. :is.& Km. llircil ailieius. 01 m.ivur. "'!" Everybody day night and Sunday . 1U-ilosed a very successful meet-- 1 They interested. Saturday. 'at: xi Pond Run 28 wore haA. V confoisions; TAVIiOK MINKS. Rockport Sunday at 11a. in. also baptized 7 at Bon-ta- tf 'Ex, Health at this place Is very good Sunday afternoon. Margretto Tomorlon, who is at this writing. 3 Protracted meeting began here HtHKMwg school at ths place, visited as-- 1 hra at No. 10 Saturday and last Sunday night, Bro. Burden bistod by Bro. Allen of Boavor Dam. Mr. Cliarllo Carson nnd faintly, Largo crowds and good success. Bro. Browing, of Boavr Dam, will tnu Umisiana, are visiting Mr. Jim preach here next Sunday afternoon Outta and family. 3 o'clock. Everybody Invited. Sir. and Mrs. Will Blair, of Gosh-is- i. at Quite a number of tho men hens jitendtd church here Sunday. Stu aiorlc visited our community had to register the 12tli. Llttlo Darrell Gray was playing and loft a film soldier boy, iu care of Mr. with somo carbldo tho other day and THMaK two iiouihU putting somo In a jug It explod-al- , jhJ .Mrs. Uol. Oglesby. v.r .inc) Mrs. Barncv Hocker. of kiMnklng out two teetli and several H's face and limbs. UIHvay, attcudil church hero Sun- - cuts . Robt. Harper and Ezra Leo left Xr. Noah Rowe who was called to ."Friday for West Frankfort. Illinois work. U iMjrTuylcir In tho last quota visit-,- 1 USU) E 4U3P3JV KJJCJVO B.UBll EVER" Bliqn.l AiiWH Jack French, of Pleasant Run, WSy nll, f.....tv .tin, n .......1 a , , r.... rt.. d iis homo lioro Sunday IS1I till. I u buu. diu.uiitci,., , v f r noavaiD'M. ma smi 'oaiNBaja Am 'fsi a v visited his sister, Mrs. Luthe-y .tup -... ' coming as It docs from a. clean-cu- t, ,U (iO(,ujktifj t?uo oik ujojsq o; ujoas litis Friday night. MCIIKXKV. . nquaro fellow Hko Mr. Bass It Just uNioiaaw a:in:iho jiKvai Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ward, oi, 11UUVXVi. l?.'l'l U l opn wy ah j.uu fs a positive ivT. i 4 1UUUU9 1,3111 l)44U(0 IO OCUJ J3A9 PUU .n..r,i Proves that success and LEADS tV.j rest follow. jjaua jo; suvnoa UMUUKail 3NQ is progressing nlcvily with ""'"" ' jo una am vu (ia UJU I'"11 luqi I'Uu hero Saturday night ".Euuono Hlbba, teacher. piosajoj ojtiin vra aiuiuo opajoj, jo Elinor Hopper and wife, of Alio oqi u tk3Uswi SuiOi? 'oq V iauaqa Mr. D. W. Wakoland and daugh-le- r. 'X' 'd. J uiju oqi 30 aauuta jojuos s visited Wllburn Dockery and Mrs. Katie Taylor, of Rockport, family Sunday. AJU9lO f 3U0JjI HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? 91J JIH HIBO vcjunoo mini from Satur-tln- y Tlsitcd Mrs. Sam Miller ao AiQ 'oiuo jo ojis oroioi Mrs. Salem Baker visited her Then you realize tho utter weakness until Monday. daughter at Mcllenry Saturduy and that robs ambition, destroys appetite Bom to tho wlfo of Mr. Edd Mll-i- Sunday. and makes work a burden. on the Gth, a girl, mother aud To regain your strength nothinghas .. c- LFri'ER POSTAGE 3 CF.NTS child doing nicely. ever equaled or compared with Scott's llOPKWKLIi. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ward and Emulsion; its proper- Under the new tax law beginchildren, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McKon- ning Friday, November 2, 1917, ,SJf meeting nt Pond Run Bap- Tho aicy, attunded church at Mt. Hermon sharpens the appetite in. ull letters must bcur 3 cents pos, permancnt Suuday, nnd dlued with Mr. nnd list church closed last 8a urday, a way. . ' . by Revs. Shield and , night, conducted tage (each ounce) instead of 2 Mrs. Fleldou Bennett. TIioa ..nrn 1A n.iiroremns overworked or lack ' cents, as in the past; except Quito a crowd mortored from hero o..nll strength, be sure bapUzed at Rockport last Sunday. "drop"' or local letters, that is let' to get Scott's Emulsion today, to Owensboro Thursday. e ters for delivery at the Mrs. Dolla Miller Is visiting her txM Hi Uowue, Ulocmficld. U, J. Born to th6 wlfo of Mr. Oak or on rural routes out of the ofslstvr, Mrs. Harnett, of Llvermoro. on tho 7th a boy. fice at which the letters are dropMrs. T. E. Hunley was In Hartford Mr. und Mrs. Curl Beasloy lost a HAIR BAUtAM ped or mailed, these being 2 cents. last week having soma dental work Kiltlu babe Wodnesday. A tolUI prcpuftUaa olmtrIL Postcards will require 2 cents Mtlpa to trtdlnt dudraO. Mr. Clydo done. Born to tho wlfo of Instead of 1 cent as in the past. There have already 10 of our boy Cfelnu on tho 12th, a girl to ury or rda nav. mulr Ifr. Will Vanghn, of Illinois, has! gone to tho war out of this neighbor"sc-aasa, -I j a I I 1 j t ..-.- ..-, bap-5JitC- ttt Sin-tfe- iio I reasons why has tho Liberty Loan Organization Designated September 28 nnd, 20 a3 "Volunteer Days" Is to give a nnai a'nd doflnlte answer to the German claims that Amerlcca Is not solldl COXCOR1). behind tho war. It Is expected that subscriptions, great nnd small, I ho 1f n 3.inlt nt MliUvnv. fill " . i.A.nltO tho country's call for funds on . . .' i cil ins regular npim.muivui twn ,,... ...m furnish a rcnlv ' J. Saturday, but secured Rev. W Willi n will bo Hko a blow between here, to preach SunMiller, of near tho eyes to tho Kalsor and his nO- day In his place. Both delivered elovisors. quent sermons. 'Ihoufnnds ,of prospectivo subrnimers arc busy cutting tubusco, scribers to the Fourth Liberty Loan which In most cases Is a good crop have signified they want the satisAir. Wayne Rock, of this place, faction of applying for their quotn3 was In Hartford, Saturday on busl- They can ilis- without solicitation. ness. rfi play their patriotism more effective- .. V.' place, Mr Estll Ale.., of th . spent Sunday with Mr. R. L. Vance, "-- ".- Signing Ul IHUH nuiinib " of near here. cltor. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burton, and i On Sunday, September 29, clcrsy- spent Saturday r.yu son, Kenneth, men of all denominations will mako with Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hendrix, of strong appeals to their congregations Jingo. , In favor of theo loal. Their themu Messrs. Elijah Morris and Ernest will be the necessity of backing up Vance, of this place, wont to Beaver our carrlors In Franco by supplying Dam Saturday on business. tho financial rcnulrements of the Several from this neighborhood Exhortations for tho Government. attended the babtizing at Uncle Tom day will be to save soldiers rather Bennett'i:, Sunday Wallace's, near ,.r than souls. . UUUIIIUUII. are encouraging Allen, of this' Businss houses Mr. and Mrs. Ira their employes to swell the number place, visited her father, Mr. Rich-- ! subscriptions on the two volunaid McDowell nnd family Sunday of of days. A mighty Impetus Is ex- teer near Victory. t 1..t .l . Ii.aii IU !. .....v. u...v U felJl in Hl AiiMrct rlrfvn School Is progressing nicely un. JJUUllU IU uv nrnnmln nf tlio thousands who thf mirge forward to I will m.U.oois who will constitute Mk and of A. J. Carter, ad fllc r uu'ers ol ulc neTV spent Sunday with his Dukehurst, parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Carter, it Is expected that sch'opls of near hcrp. throughout this district and over Mr. Jim Allen, of this plae, went country will feature the to Olatcra with a load of machinery the entire two-da- y period of preliminary subfor the oil well near 'that plar.e. Teachers and principals Messrs, J. E. Hendrix and It. L. scriptions. will explain the meaning of the moveVance, of near this place, hava both ment, and emphasize the significance purchased a. nice perchon mare. of going over the top early with CC. Tlrn TliniiiAs "Morris, of this be will Children ...ill ,in,.n, .. cr,r. nt h nlii.rpli subscriptions. ..... UK.... UV,. , O,. ml0 m... iu iu iiiiimi Saturday night. He eays t!.c i.i.J 1'ifceu friends tho news of the volunteer called on him to preach tills sermon, days. so he requests everybody that caa, There will be work In abundance to bo sure aud hear him. for the army of solicitors when the o- actual drive gets under way, and a bulky showing in names and totals .W. BUSS, GAB WSPEerOfl well the quotas of the various estimable degreee in drawing tho ENJOYS SOOD HEALTH AGAIN' subscriptions later on which will Iswoll the quotataa of tho various Hrin-j;-- . Him From Ituiir districts, and finally put tho loan a3 down Condition to Normal 'a wholo across with gusto and ac- llo.atli. of tho preclaim far exceeding-tha- t ceding Isues. Ho Praises VPTCKVA. Volunteering on. the two days ,'docs not only mean specifically buy- "Kldncy and stomach troublo,ing honds, but as well Includes was it," said Mr. G. W. Bass, ,ng eVory sort of unsolicited service. Every to mnkc tho loan a success. is 225.manf woman and child in tho coun- rozd, nnd whose residence t i .1 c,ntli 1Tlilnffft vnnitm -A tin nt n .iry, suuum uraumo n .n..i.t.. -a woman, ...! uun ""'"" Giw to boost subcrinfcions. Eevryone is I suffered fromi Wdney trouble soK expected to tell to his friends all ho 10,1S 1 H IU1 SO Illu'Dy Klllll Ol II1CUI knows good about Liberty Bonds .13 c!,les ami Bot no lx1Ir untU l ust au investment ami a patriotic servjee, iiiougiii i wouiu iiavu iu k" uiiuugu inu to ieavo noi stone unuirneu 10 HW enduring tho'e. awful pains la omote their silo, my back. Rhouruatism had mo nl J nigh offlcials In the loan organiza-BVes, sir, my jplnts pained mention bellevo im two volunteer days sametulng awful. I was naturally wm i)0 an Important factor in mak- uervous from all this, so night was;jns tho present Issue a popular ouo. wo weleomo visitor to mo,) for Z Every volunteer will feel a personal uould not sleep. I had no appetite Interest in the; outcome, for tho main mil my stomach, was In such bal reahon that lec has dono something yoiulttion I couldn't eat oven the to attain that great object. Profew things my nppotito called for: gress during the heated days of "How about ma uow? Woll. take solicitation will bo closoly watched! a look at 1110. Como down to the by thoEO who were initial and volunhouse and w.Meh me eat nt ureal teer workfjrs, and until th i full tlme. I can eat anything I want mount asked by Un.clo Sam is safoly now. and as much as I want, with In bank nvallablo for the needs of yin lin.l ift. 'fn.tu our boya in Franco and tho other "Kidney taoublo? Oh, yes, that's fighting lines. ull gono too, no sign of it, ami now I sleep Just "lino and dandy.'" U0IlOd)BUO3 APJ BUM jtlJlUDJ B,mH Dei 'Hlbviiaiup no Aq pua crod- "Jut go to give O 'opatoi "OJ.V AHNaHO T VI It for the. wholo business' nothing 'eajj juoui!W31 ioi puas luaiBe oIl jo eajcjans unoanm oqj. mt V'.T0.NA Ug. TFINBS UO )QOU 3l( I42I10.UI) EJ3U PUU X)(UUJ3). Ono of tho principal i 5U KMLU Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ) CUb .. J. Ij J . ALC0H0I.-3VI"?" AVc4clab!crrcparat.onlbfAv 1" I r., .'.! KS UlAjU. ui'! :oF J3 tinrtihstoaiflclisana simiinimuicioou j-- -. uw--" i. ,,.,. I ijSivr TfcorohvProffloiiniiDKwton ;e Always Bears the "... ....'..'' &&- - (crflnessimdBeWw n ad neither Optom.MorpWne Mineral. Not ahou wrw. ' jkrtoToiSxsMXUin- Signature of M In j r 5. ZU a .vw i 1 '' , iij Wi4 :r; P i 3 i i.Mnf..lRpmetlyIbr s&sssssri 1 LOSSOFStEEP racSimlcSijnatoPBO CEKlACnCoWB h ??' ilcacj ' 3, il joo ;,-3- cti ? Use wr For Over Thirty Years 4 HTZW v?g - 4 I CASTOR Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCIHTAUIieOHMIIY. W YOK CITT ( ?i :,!""' S. e ' RFK 1)1.-- ,.. Hartford Herald H B iiu. 1 and Louisville Herald both one year for '" - 1 u. FINE MONUMENTAL WORK TUAIXIXG FOR AN1" VOCATION OU BUSINESS MEANS KNOWkW EDGE. We have had that training from A to a LARGE and well established business, which means QUALITY and FAIR DEALING at reasonable prices for the UEST. m the business 40 YEARS. SMALL beginning -- .r ,..."". a t Geo. Mischel & Sons, " INCORPORATED. EbnNsWo. ky. Mc-Hen- XOOOOC)QOOOC000000000000000(XXXXXOOOOOOOOOPOOOQO er Willard Hotel Louisville, Ky. MfersoB and Center Streets. blood-enrichin- g ...'I,,""."; '""- ""fr -- R!ghlin:the HeartW Things. -- .'. European Plan trvr RATES -- 75t sad San-ilerf- ur post-offic- ... M Tv Whbcu.tTR.ib w fi.nrmaaiH, ...nwnuui.4 cruUL SI vm i Subscrlbs for The Herald 11.50 a Yr SUBSCRIBE NOW v . .. .v....l - jtto t&titmt': ..X'ti pv n i. -- jMpk h-.'"- " y j. THE HARTFORD HERALD ijir t WEDNBSDAY SEPT. 2B, lflfc J l I COURT DIRECTORY. POtiMfLSF : BIO FLEET OP ALLIED AIRMEN' IIELrS AMERICAN DRIVE ALOXQ. Powerful air attacks around Mctz and throughout the region in the o rear of tho German Armies in have been made by the great forces of Allied flyers gathered to Lor-raln- Circuit Court. .Judge R. W. Slack, Owcnaboro, '&om'th. Attorncy-C- . E. Smith, r Hertford. Clcik--- AND BLOOD NEEDS r Pl DC V ic 30 3E HELP OVER THERE C. Porter. Hartford. help tho American drive. Even C. Master Commissioner Otto Martin. Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal. P. Keown, THE 8ALVATION OF THE WORLC DEPENDS ON THE ARMY OF Hartford. 6,000,000 THAT UNCLE 8AM 1st Monday In March 12 days IS RAISING. Com'th.. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil 1st Monday In July 12 days TO TAKE FLOWER OF AIYIERIC Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3rd Monday in September Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Billions of Money Required to Prop erly Equip and Care for the Com'th. and Civil. Forcea That Arc Fighting County Court. Your Battles. Meets first Monday in eacn month Mack Cook Judge County Att'y A. D. Kirk. Uncle Sam Is rapidly preparing foi an lncrenso of his fighting forces tc Clerk W. C. Blnnkcnship. an aggregate strength of 5.000.00C Sheriff S A. Bratchor. men. This was tho figure agreed E. S. Howaid. Superintendent upon In tho Paris conference of so Worth Tichcnor. Jailer eral months ago as necessary to a Assessor D. E. Ward. speedy allied control of tho oltuatlor Surveyor C. S, Mox.e.y. and eventunl victory for allied arms Coroner America alono could produce (hi Fiscal Court. men. Meets Tuesday after first, Monday France already has put practical In January, April and October. every arallablo man in tho ranks. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, England has drawn upon her man power to a point that is beginning to Route 3. V 2nrl District .Sam L. Stevens. maite itself felt in the production ol war munitions. Belgium has all ol Beaver Dam. her little remnant of population lined Sim3rd District Q. B. Brown up along tho front almost to a man mons. And Italy has all sho can do to care 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center-tow- for horself. This flvo million will represent the ? V. C. Dauirhtcrty. flower cf America's fishting material rMi nistvirf ) Baizctown. Upon it, will depend to no small 6lh Dialrict W. S. Dean, Dundee. degree thy uitimaitT issuo of thu var 'i 7tli Uistnct IS. v. nice, roiasviuu. To It all Europe will be looklr" ri eager expectation from tho moment B. C. Rhoades. "'frSth District it takes tho field nggresslvely. It is i td&A, Route 5. expected to be the straw that will f Hartford. break tho Prussian camel's back. , Mayor J. E. Bean. i We must do our full duty by that Clcilc J. A. Howard. fivo million in tho next loan. ' C. M. Crowe. Rolice Judge And In doing this wo must not overMarshal E. P. Caschier. look this fact. In its ranks will be ' thousands and thousands of boys who Beaver Dam. ro now at home. Somo of thoso will Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. be from our own firesides. They will Clerk D. Baker Rhoads. bo our boys ir literal truth. No longPolice Judge J. M. Porter . er will that army be an lmporsonal Marshal R. F. Stevens. unit It will bo made up largely ol Rock'Dort. our own flesh and bood. Ch'm'n, Board James Wilson. Every time you buy a bond you will Clerk Rushing Hunt. bo lending to your own. For few households will escape the combing Police Judge John T. Jackson. process of the next draft. Marshal Will Langford. Don't forget this. The Fourth LibFordsville. erty Loan campaign opens Sept. 28. Board W. R. Jones. Ch'm'n. Your country and your eons need Clerk Olla Cobb. your help. Judge C. P. Kessinger. Police If you have a son eligible for servMarshal Grant Pollard. ice, look him over before you upon the amount of your purchase. L. U. K. TIME TABLE L., H. & ST. You'd give a good deal more than will be asked of you to have him safely back. No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. And tho better prepared that army Mo. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. is the sooner it will finish Its work; No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. the less danger he will bo subjected 6:35 p.m. to; tho quicker ho will return. Ar. Irvlngton.. Do your part by that five million 5:56 p.m. Lv. Irylngton.. Louisville. . 7:49 p. m, and your boy. Ar. Get ready to do it early. Lv. Louisville.. 8:35 a.m. No. Ar. Irvlngton.. 10:06a.m. AND PER CENT Lv. Irvlngton.. 10:40a.m. PATRIOTISM Ar. Ellmitch .. .1:04 p.m. Interect Rate on Fourth Liberty Loan Fixed at 4 14 Per Cent. M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. n. Italian planes are engaged with tho! Americans, British nnd French. An idea of what Is being done is given in communications Issued by tho British and French authorities which add to tho brief mention of this work In Gen. Pcrshlng'3 statement. Tho British report says: Two further attacks were made n on in tho late afternoon, and many direct hits wore obtained on the railway triangle, on tho workshops, the gas works and tho barracks. Tho Boulay airdrome was also attacked with good results. Heavy attackB were kept up throughout the night of Sept. 14,15 on Courcolles, Ehrangc, and Saarbruccken, Kalscrslautrn th airdromes at Frescaty and Boulay. Many direct hits were obtainn ed on the railway, especially at and Courcolles, and several fires wero started at Mctz, Kalsers-lautcrtho Saarbruccken station and tho Frescaty airdrome. Three of our machines failed to return. This morning tho railway triangle n was again attacked at and many direct hits wero obtained. Enemy scouts wero active. Bombs were also dropped on the Buchl airdrome. Three of our machines are missing. y the Daimler works at Stuttgart were also attacked with cood results. Daring this raid twenty enemy aircraft were encountered Our maami two were .lestroyed. chines all retun.ed safely. The total weight of bombs dropped during the twentyj-fou- r hours was more than twenty- - seven tons. y The French statement said: On Sept. 12 and 13 our airplanes participated actively in the offensive operations of tho American Army. In spite of strong winds, low clouds nnd rain our bombing and pursuit squadrons attacked troops and convoys In the region of Conllans, Cham-bleVigneulles - les - Hattonchatel r. and Seven enemy planes were brought down or put out of action and one captive bal loon was burned. Our observation squadrons, flying in tho storm, did not ceaso to Inform LU tho command of the situation on the battlefield and of the progress of our troops who wero supporting tho American units. ht Metz-SabloMetz-Sablon, Metz-Sablon, Metz-SabloTo-da, y, Mars-la-Tou- Every Farmer A Just as much so as the man behind the counter in town. And the progressive farmers conduct their farms in a business-lik- e manner, using printed stationery for correspondence just as much so as the man who sells goods. THIS, FOPv INSTANCE! WILLIAM H. Business Man SMITH x Fakmek Breeder of Duroo Jersey Hogs R. F. D. 1, Hartford Ky. Sample Notehnad IJeturn to WILLIAM J5. SMITH K. F. D. So. 1 Hartford, Kentucky Sampl: Envelope Cormr p- y ' 'f r i ID can print fn ou ruiea noteneaas, ou to pa size 6 x 9) inches for $1.25. The envelopes are the regulation size, 250 for $1.25. So for $2.50 you can appear in the eyes of those with whom you correspond as a progressive farmer. vv e TL 7 I - 6, Be Progressive! Hartford Herald Pub. Co., (INCORPORATED) DC Hartford, Ky. de-cid-o L AMERICAN' POLES SUP- - PORT JFOUKTir. All Denominations Loral, Pastor Says Would bo Slack- that this war Is n fight for the principles of Christianity and humanity. "If the clergy and tho churches Catholic would not support the Government LOAN'. In such a noble cause, they would not ers in Failure. Ill Secretary McAdoo South BouDrt, No.. 115 Due at Hartford 9:05 a. m. announced that tho Fourth Liberty per cent Loan bonds will bear 4 North Bound. No. 114 Due at Hartford 6:45 p. m. interest Secretary has been Insistent Tho (Both "Mixed" Trains.) t that the Government Interest rata should bo stabilized at 44 per cent Ho points out that a raiso in the rate h of 1 pea of interest of only cent on 110,000,000,000 of Government bonds would mean an annual increase of $25,000,000 In Interest charges, and Reasonable Prices. that this money wou.d have to be raised by Increased taxation and paid It by tho peoplo of the country. would not bo paid by one class only, 108 W. Third et., Owensboro, Ky. becauBq there are consumption as SEWED HALF-SOLE- S well as other ltlniVr of taxes, and the Men's 81.00 to 81.25 consumption taxes reach every class Ladies' 90c to 81.20 of people. Boys' and Girls' 75c to 81 "As an Intelligent peoplo," said SecWhen sent by parcel post add retary McAdoo during tho Third Liberty Loan campaign, "we should now return postage. make a stand for tho financing ot our Government during tho period of this war at a stabilized rato of Interest, say at 4j4 per cent per annum, so McEcnry Mfg. aai Machine Co. that all business and all investments may be adjusted to that basis, and so that we ourselves may protect ourIncorporated selves against successively Increased on Government rates Founders and Ivlachinists, loans." ot intereat McHENltV, KY. Automobile Repairing a Bpeclalty CLASS IN ARITHMETIC EDWARD NELSON. Mgr The pastor of the Polish church at Leadwood, St. Franies county, Mo., Rev. Julian Maczydlowski, a large portion of the spirit of Bervlco that Is prompting pastors of all denominations to support the Government in the Libery Loans. American Poles will double what they did in the Third Liberty Loan, has definitely tho subscriptions then amounting to pos-ses- es f one-fourt- P0E REPAIRING $37, 583,700, ho says. His Idea is Is not a time for talking but for action, for tho Government needs action moro than evor. "II am sure that clergymen of all denominations,'' Fathr Moczydlowski said in a lotter to the Liberty Loan Organization, "will assist the Government In selling the Fourth Libor-t- y Loan Bonds, because they know that it only be slackers, but enemies of the country. happen. All will never "It churches and nationalities will support tho Government In tho drive for the Fourth Liberty Loan as thc-did before. "If we want to win; If wo want to we beat kalsorlsm and Prusslan-sn- i by mutt support our Government giving, loaning money to' It, which is the best Investment In tho whole world. , "Our boys are doing nobly on all tho fronts. They gladly give their lives for tho honor of our country and thoy ask us to help thorn. Will God wo bo deaf and ungrateful? forbid it- - Everyono of us will do his part and victory, noblo victory, will come. Then humanity and liberty will reign everywhere." y The Human Factor In Good Service There are three parties to every telephone conversation the party calling, the trained operator, and the party who answers. All three share alike the responsibility for quick and accurate teleohoas 6ervice. f3 KEEP WELL ' ATeaipoonfuIofPERUNA Three Times a Day , 1 m The calling party should give the correct number in a distinct voice, speaking directly into the transmitter, and wait at the telephone until the party answers or the operator reports. The called party should answer promptly. Patience on the part of the telephone user and the telephone operator is also es sential to good service. AY THIS FOejILIOOSNESS. J 9 Has Never Been Down Sick Since Taking PERUNA WILL PLEASE RISE much will a dollar xlfr S.W ,.4Uilr. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN. 4. Q. 4- - How AO.rUloUelief forJ'VvsrUlinrM, l.'oiiMljmlluil, II o i l C l r, Nlumui'li Troubles, 'l'mblng CO, La Hoy, H.Y. wul,ulul rqillEii t"lA SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES MilBoutloiwiliii ba Juleu' blli, 'Ibel'Itt!urBCMLpIBiiJlnp inoulDK. Jt Ufwrculi blltlrri end iiw p;ti ana " w.l?s ttlferc iliful.wollcu,Luirllu 'Utt iIub out ot cpru ana buulomj A ctrtwu tteu tlrea.-WIM tot kvWi, ellou, . break la nev iooi-Eue,th 1 Mmr w &M. &UrWJWfef,WC. 'aJSL '. o '' what sixty conta bought yostorday. Q. How much will a dollar buy tomorrow? A.About what a dollar and sixty cents buys today. J. Then I'll make a lot of meney Just by tmvlng what I have, won't I? A. You certainly will. ' The purchase of Fourth Lib- orty Bonds la tho best way to save. buy today? A. About ' jm Iktli I) .'I, t tit- M fiol ili'Dy I t k IV'-".- . lli KittW rtvij n. .1 w'U i) '1 T fhoulu tloit .i t np I .11. Ktin I' uri. f.ui n I u lr.ft.y TMiuiu 'u t ., , ( Read this letter from Mr. Robt. Mlnniek, Gra3S Range, Montana. "In 1900 I wns out In Kansas auU runuliiK ' tltrvxliliifc the tlircshlnK crew htut to sleep out of iIouih. One ot tliu ciew broiiK'it n l'erumi Alimtuce to one day uii'l I wnu the very ill frm nlrryln.--: tecllli out. I drrlUeri to irltv I'vrnim u ,rUI ami ..m for n n ttle ot ihit a box o( lucrum T.l1-- 1 iu. which slrttleiaUitl ma otitr in i liuny. ''1 liuv dn"Yi; butt tij, xlnec thnt l:.-- . I ! i,i ttte buy oUJtr n t'lHmd ,iyt t ulw v It on lxmri .. t, mt ft mil, Xl I ir. t t y) - tr i LiiiMmcndtd for inflammation of every deosrlptlon. 3 J ' n.iiimj condition Is Indloated by loss of appotlto, pain In the side, back and shoulders, restlessness at When you Telephone Smile night, nnd a furrowed, foul tongue. or depresThere Is often a feeling sion, tho eyes aro dull, tho face Is sallow, 'and qulto frequently constiAND or diarrhea 'occurs. When pation Incorporated any of thoso symptoms aro present, a course of VIN IIEPATICA Is at W. AV. HAIUUS, Malinger, Hartford, Kj. once needod. Begin with a full to romove tho poisonous matdose ter from the bowols, and continue for a fow days with a smaller dose. Mr. W. B. Scruggs, of 3 DrlfU wood Streot, Nashvlllo, Tenn., who (PALATABLE) had bcon subject to spells of indigestion, cramps, and bilious colic for a Better than Culoinol mid Quine. Contains no Arsenic. Tho old reliable long long time, writes: "My last spell camo very noar gotting mo. I got to tho point whoro I dlda't have Ah well us u buru turned' for Cliills and Fovow, Malarial Fuverx, Swamjp uuy appotlto. was all run down; Fovors and Bilious Favoi.-- , Just what you need at this reason. couldu't sleep. But I took VIN Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. and my appetite to o.aln At drugi&ts, 00c and 81.00 JfcMteg. normal. I feel bolter In evor wa); Try it. Don't tnko any substitute. and moro llko dolus my work. 1 repaired by Don't lmvo to get up at nJtM. steap IIOUI.VSON.PKTTICT COMl'AXY, woll, and oan heartily recumuumd ( l!iPrioritt'il Vln ilcpatica." 1.0USV1I.TJJ, KY. Vtu You oan got thje wonderful Hepatlca treatmunt only at oh'o Co. Drug Ct , Hartford, K li irrell HARTFORD HERALD. THE Ky. Bros;, ltolfitport, Coal Co., McIIeury,Ky. A bilious CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY HUGHES' CHILL TONIC ' EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC i OIL? $11 YE! !,. LKjsLl rlnN m 5JItjM1Mii MMteWMM. N& NAt THE HARTFORD HERALD "" u.4 WEDNESDAY "ir - SEPT. it,,ltU FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN Starts Sept 28---B- E READ r'i ;S , v d roar. i'-jTh- e in the sons or America, a half strong: thev are going over daily- million and a half more of them. Anothel million and a half are waiting for the call that soon will come. .Those who have been under fire have demon strated superbly the qualities that make fight ers they have shown that the barbarous hi is no match for them. '..'' of the world hope .. lie! ii tjh They are "Over there" now a million an . Many an American son has gone ffTT down- I- - has made the supreme sacrifice for his Goui driven back within its own borders, manXj more American sons will go down. Hd many, depends upon us at home. is' IIV rA CLLISJ. ri4-- r llUtUV. I T r iT 1JC1U11 i LUG VX rvvrt WClJULiail vr' LVf A small American army, no matter how bravej will inevitably suffer severe casualties. gigantic American arnw will overwhelm the hun and bring quick victory with the leasi loss of life. boys are ready, willing and eag&r. Theji must be trained and equipped. ' No time must be lost. It is up to us to provide thi money necessary to make these boys invincible. We must do it and do it quickly. Witjh our own sons already in the tight, ever day's delay lays at our own doors the bloo of brave American sons. The lives of our sons are in our hands- - The ii t j n 'if! TT'iii mi iiTi r" iiin Jii mw innfuir E" i" ii i n ' ii In j i ii m i mi pi j pi" i n 'I'LL urn JtiHL' ''MIJHL iiil iiiTBi n 'i mi ij 1, njLtMMi1 MlM I PPPMMhataB Believing lhat it is the duty of every person who enjoys .the freedom and privileges or citizenship in our great "Country to do his utmost to help win the war, the firms and individuals Jiavo patriotically contributed the money to pay for fol-j(TWi- ng How long shall I permit r,his;to go on?3 Read the casualty lists in the papers and ask yourself: There is only one answer: "I will do my utmost to help equip and put into the Meld American army that will make short work of the hun and put a stop to the shedding ' American blo&d." . L. in N , A-C- , ibis and other advertise- ments of the Fourth Liberty Loan: Be a Volunteer September 28th and 29th Will Be Volunteer Dayi On these days everyone will be given an opportunity to step up and buy bonds without being solicited to do so. Places will be designated where volunteer subscriptions will be received. These places will be announced in the papers and by signs. Your card will be on file there. Cards of those who do not volunteer will be used for active solicitation, which will. begin Monday, September 30th. No one will be overlooked. Do not wait for some one to come after your subscription. Show that you, too, can volunteer for your Country's' service, just as our boys "over there" did. Figure out now the very maximum you can subscribe. Be ready when Volunteer Days come. This is no time for y measures. Half-wa- y measures won't push our half-wa- .3. c. ileu. ": f CO. J. n. TAPPAN. CLOTHING HUB ' boys across the Rhine. It is up to us to buy bonds vyit every uninvested dollar we own, plus every' dollar we save by careful, frugal living for six months to, come. , all cash for vour bonds. Yon make your first payment from cash in the bank, and tal care or tne balance out or your daily, weekly or mont savings. You CITIZENS DANK. WM. W. RILEY. J. don't have to pay A. TATE. a GILLESPIE BROS. & CO. ' JAMES H. WILLIAMS. BANK .ACTON ' BROS.' & BRO. W. E. ELLIS go down." The forced saving you do now will mean a nice nerf.vQ later, for the bonds you buv now and nav for alone, will prove a splendid investment that will .v v good inte-e- st every six months. After the war, the bondssj 'In.. he wn"h more thnn. von TvA"trr vuwu. Tv- .. . ... j r" v. 4irr JAJIU HCWl to do your duty and do it quickly. Don't let the 1 vli i v yfcMi.i.iw tfwauaftH;t mt " T i. .,f i lii ail ii i Ii ,tm, .if mi " T,t '--rfi ii lA'iiii y ,4ix mA