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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER' 28, 1917. would havo been paid varying costs, COL. based on cost 6t productlpn and capital Investment, tbo entire output of all mlllH to bo sold In a pool at one price. This was abandoned as too complicated and too difficult of ad- T. B. FLAYS SEN. i FOLLETTE I SAYS WISCONSIN MEMBER IS Coat of Producing Plate. TO UNITED STATES people and am Virtually the same purpose will bo SENATE. governments share in accomplished, officials said reductions. In tbo opinion of tho War Tax Hill which will tako for tho Government 'If I Kansas City, Mo., Sopt. 24. a largo 'share of excess profits. wero this minuto a member of th'o Tho cost cf prcduclng steel plates United States Senato I would bo AGREEMENT VOLUNTARY In como of the larger plants Is nov ashamed to sit In that body until About $35" or . a ton, according V I foud out somo method of depriving testimony of Joseph K. Davlcs, Senator LaFolletto of his seat in .Entire Output iff Plant To lie Dis- tho vice chairman of the Federal Trade that Chamber which he now distributed I'niler War Hoard' Commission, beforo.tho Senato Com- - graces by his presenco there," Col. .Supervision. mittco, which .Is considering tho Theodoro Roosevelt declared In a y I'omereno bill. This will glvo thesp talk at a luncheon given Tor mills a prollt of $30 a ton under tho MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood and himself 24. Steel ' nrlco of $G5 nnnrnved by the Prcal- - as a part of tho middle western paWashlncton. Sent. prlces In the United Slates were cut dent. In tho smaller mills, accord-- f triotic celebration of this city. Davlcs ii half today when President Wilson ing to Commissioner Continuing his remarks concerning a Bcalo of quotations fix- - mony, tlio cost runs much higher, Congress, Col. Roo&evelt asserted ed In u voluntary agrponieiinnade by Ninety, per cent of tho plants, Mr 'that if Congress had taken tho action producers with tho War Industrie Davlcs said at the time, could sell three years ago that it lias since thp Tho general public, as well j plates at $5S and make a prollt. Hoard doclatntlou of war, 'tho war would Nothing Is said in the White havo been over. as tho American and Allied Govern- incuts will sharo In the reductions, j House announcements as to contracts Must MuKo Words Good. which ko Into Immediate effect, and In force, but It Is believed thoy will "If we tako heeQ of any peace ut- tho agreement provides thai produc- - stand except in Instances where the iterances Germany prepares wo will War Hoard decides a iiianufnctiircr'3 snow mat wo are noi prepared yei ers shall not reduce wanes The prices will obtain until Janu- product Is not essential for war pur- to go out into the world without a ary I, 1918, to bo revised then If In- poses, and that he must relinquish" a guardian," tho Colonel added. vestigation shows they arc Inequita- part of his requirements for more "America must mako good the words vital Industries. ble. of President Wilson. 'Make the world e Tho entire output of American safo for democracy. For this reason GOODS ON TIIK GOVERNOR. uteol plants will bo distributed under wo should declare war against Ausfiiincrvislon of the War Hoard, which. tria and Turkey." 'n nro n1.llt.ml tn tlw ITfirtfnril exercising the powers of priority of At tho conclusion of his talk, Col. transportation given the Government Herald for publishing its correspond- - Roosevelt was presented with a gold by Congress, will npportlon it In a I onco with Gov. Stanloy whereby wo quill with tho reminder mat tne pen way best to meet the country's war are enabled to prove our charge that is mightier tlian tne sworn. the Governor ignored Clatido requirements. "uui i wouiu rauiur uaru .i resignation from the Cdun-t- y sword," tho Colonel said. "This Is Tho now prices and the reduction exemption Hoard. they represent In present quotations n very excluslvo war as far as I am Unhappily for tho Governor ho concorned. I was blackballed by tho follow: Steel bars at Pittsburgh and Chi- gives too many excuses for not ac- commltteo on admission." He first cago, $2.90 per hundredweight, Tho cepting tho resignation. MaJ. Gen. Wood In a speech fol- having received it, and then ex- lowing tho former President said: recent prico was $5.50. Other prlccsNagrced upon, nil sub- plains that tho President rofused to "It Is utter foolishness to say that ject to revision January 1, 19 IS, but nccept resignations except In extreme America can win the war in tho air to become effective Immedlatoly.fol-low- : cases. If tho first contention were or with chemical devices, It can ontrue why the second one? Hut the ly be won with men and by sacriIron Ore Basis lower lako ports; first was not true. The Governor fice." prico agreed upon, $5.05 gross; no had received nt least Otis' of After praising MaJ. Gen. Wood, numerous resignations. We Col. Roosevelt said: change. proof of "Now that I have spoken to you Coko Conncllsvllle; price agreed havo on our desk positive receipt card of Americans who stand for and are $(5 not ton; recent price, JIG this fact In a register upon, a ton; a reduction of 62.5 per cent. signed by the Governor at Frankfort representative of America. I now wish for a minuto to speak to you Stool Plates Hasls Chicago mid July 12, 1917. Perhaps this oxposuro will teach of an Amorlcan who represents the Pittsburgh; price agreed upon $3.25 to monkey with a worst of American characteristics Tinr liimilrn.lwpli'lit ! recent nrico. $11 tho Herald not bomb Sonator La Follette. per -- hundredweight; a reduction of i loaded "Senator La Follette is at this mo- 70.5 per cent. DEMAND IiA loyally and efficiently serving Pig Irou Price agreed upon, $33 EXPULSION FROM SENATE country Germany. He Is acting price, $38 gross gross ton; recent in such fashion as to make mm ono ton; a reduction of 43.1 per cent. St. Paul. Sept. 25. Expulsion of oi tho most potent enemies Steel Bars Pittsburgh and Chi La Follette. of of Robert M. cago basis; prico agreed upon. $J.0 Senator . . , ,. .,,. stateg tills country and a most slnlstor en n emy of democracy. He claims, and It per hundredweight; recent price domancd , a petition ad- - is tho emptiest of all claims, to $5.50 hundredweight; a reduction of by the q democracy. He is doing f0" ..'Minnesota Public Safety Commls- - Bland for In his power to enthrone Chicago everything Stee. Shapes-B- asis ,s accuged flag German Pittsburgh; prico agreed upon $3, comnllsslon solution, of autocracy under tho by the attitude throughout the world hundredweight; recent price $G hun, aml ho is taking toward tho war. He is drowe.ght; a reduction of 50 per nt th0 Noni,art.sa,i enemy ecllt' - showing hlmsolf tho worst 'Leaguo convention hero last Thurathat democracy has now alive. Tho price agioement .was reached (J nlKMt couple of days ago of "1 read alter months of negotiations between j T,)o comms8OI1 aiso referred to Senator La Follette utterances( beofll- Ft i'iI producers and Government Jho UnltP(l gtates District Attornoy foro an organization out in MinneapcialH. The prices wero based on cost. . nf thQ comiucr of Sena- organization of production estimates mauo ny mo tor La Folletto and others at the olis, and hereafter and Trade Commission after an .samo .meeting with a request, that thai asks Senator La Folletto to Foderal conInvestigation conducted ut tho Presi the parties, If found to have vio- speak ought to be mado to show bo considerdirection vigor- clusively why it should dent's lated any Fedoral statute, bo ed a patriotic organization thereafTim ciilof iioint of dlfforcnco that ously prosecuted. ter." doveloped In tho prolonged conferm ences was over tho question of DANIELS DENIES REPORT Circuit Court. whothor tho public and tho allied1 THAT 7 SHIPS WERE SUNK Judgo Slack camo over from uoveinnionts should sharo In tho yesterday morning to hold . l,,. fw..l I'mnlilnnt' Wilson if....i.i....i.. Cnnt ir nitlrl.il adjourned session 'of Circuit o an thoy should. nndjlcnai wn8 issued tonight by tho has Insisted that Only somo minor equity casAdministration litis supported tho vv Department of a published report Court. deposed of. pending in Con- - tl,at nvo merchant ships and two es wero considered and Pomorene Bill now gross giving tho Government power .COnvoyliig "vessels had been sunk by I to fix Iron and steel prices generally. Bl,umarines. Secretary Daniels has The Inclusion of tho public and the Allies IirouiIsetl that casualties will not bo will still. wiihiield from tho public, In tho voluntary reductions dumands made In boiuo Government j Tao department's statement, tliat tho stool output bo io- - HUC( thruueh tho Public Information ... ... mo ..ilia1 it i fttt u r committee, ioiiowb . qulsltloueu in it. imuuiiui Bill will be "Within tho past few days a ro- act. but tho Ponierono pushed, It Is understood, that It may port that five merchant ships nnd bo enforced In ovont tho voluntary two convoying- - vessels wero sunk in agreement does not work out satis- a battlo with submarines has receivfactorily. ed wldo circulation In tho press. Tho authorizes tho Officials In closo touch with tho Navy Department that prices ap- statement that this story Is entirely situation Mild proved by tho President wero lib without foundation." eral and would allow fair profits to A MONSTROSITY. alt steel plants. Some of tho larger said, would mako concerns, thoy Nature In Jiur errors, as Lord Baliandsoino. profits at tho prices named they declared.should con would express it, Is rosonslblo and production, for a Btrango monstrosity now on im Htlmiflatod accordingly. at tho Fair grounds hero. arriving-a- t fair prices for both In tho great n is a your old Jersey calf with fclx' producor and consumer iw.,.i . nl 'flLMirra nor- - t.Ihhh. Two of tho logs grow out from i. shoulder, nro jntttlns small mills to produce with- - Just behind tho left per- at tho bamo tlmo pro- - nearly two foot In length and out a loss and developed. ,Tho freak Is tho vent tho larger plants from taking foctly William Morodlth. a too great u profit. At ouo tlmo a property of living near Bowling Green. plan was considered by wklch mills farmer ministration. E the allied tcstl-upprov- I I ! Blan-kenshl- de-nl- os Blan-konshl- ( .,. if J i .,. I ro ..i.. i Na-th- World uci . ! the action of the legislative branch of his government. A political danger would faco his administration in FAVORS RUPTURE suclr a course, slncetho majority of tho peoplo appear to feel keenly tho TO QUIT BELGIUM ridiculous position In which their REVOLUTIONARY CHARACTER country has been placed- - by the duplicity of tho German Minister. The ASSUMED IN STIUKK SIT-- 1 RIGHT TO PURSUES discovery today that tho strikes and DEMAND LATION. BUSINESS GROWTH riots in Buenos Aires were Instigated THERE. and supported by German agents only makes the situation worse. Buenos Aires, Sept. 25. Tiio Although great military support y Chambor of Deputies voted In tmi&nt not ,)0 Klvon tho Allles Ar; ADDED NOTE TO favor of a rupture with Germany. gentloa, her economic aid would be Tho vototwas 53 to 17. Rumors wero current tonight that Important. Perhaps tho largest producitig country In South Amerlca,she'Woul,, ,a, Pr,v President, Irigoyen was not willing to avo fa nn. Il i... . l 1... . n r1 .. I F .. .. r 1. n Belgium, Especially In Ant break off relations with Germany, VUUIll LUUIIIUIUD I'lCllllllillJ KM IIIU food supplies of the fighting nations'. notwithstanding the action taken towerp. o day by tho Chambor of Deputies. It was announced that a mani- COAL PRICES TO HE REVISED UPWARD festation will bo made beforo tho London, Sept. 2C. Germany has to congressional palace Belgium5 on cer Washington, Sept. 25. Early re agreed to evacuate rupture 'in the domand an Immediate vlslnn imwiiril nf rnnl nrlrps In n. tain conditions, it Is declared hi a name of the Argentina republic. mflal statement, according The situation brought about by the number of outlaying districts will o.u uer.,0 wuay. givby tho Fuel Administration,1" .tribn l. hPtntnln.. mnrn prions n.l made on out by the Wirolcss Press. will assume aiTho scale of prices recently fixed, it it is feared tho conflict Germany, It Is stipulated, must revolutionary character if an Immc - jhns ,,een found, will not permit op havo the right to develop her economorators In somo States to run their diate settlement Is not reached. ic enterprises freely In Belgium, eshavo-beo- n mines at a profit. This is particuTho city's food supplies pecially In Antwerp. almost cut off by the strike. No nioro larly true In some parts of tho South The proposal was made In a supand West, where coal runs In thin milk Is to be had. The cutting of plementary note to tho .Vatican, retelegraph wires has isolated tho cap veins. The revision wUl be accomplished plying to tho peace initiative of Pope ital except from nearby Southern Benedict. It was Jn the form of a points. The only cable communica by reclassifying the entire districts verbal communication mado by Forconcerned. There will be no relief, tion which remains Is by way of Loneign Secretary to trio Kuehlmann It is said, for theew operators in don. tho central fields who own mines Tapal Nuncio at Munich, wherein tha The government deslre.d to postForeign Secretary specified the conpone formulation of Its policy until containing thlnvelns. ditions under which Germany was m it received from Ambassador Naon at willing to conclude peace on the basis ROILED DOWN. Washington translations of the 415 of tho evacuation of Belgium. telegrams received or sent by tho The verbal note to tho Papal NunanothA call has been issued for SweU8h legation hero. These mes er 20 per cent of the drafted soldiers cio said Germany would contribute! saBea were telegraphed to Dr. Naou to 'start for the army cantonments a share of the compensation to bo wltu instructions to send transla- October 3. This call will take twep- - paid to Belgium for war damages. tions. Belgium would be required, it is said, men from Ohio countyy The Government Is considering Im- to give a guarantee that any such posttlon of a rigid censorship of all farmers menace as,that which threatened The natlon.'s organized messages In the republic to prevent havo appealed to tho President to Germany in 1914 would in future be mlsuse of the cables such as that exempt .all active producing farmers excluded. practiced by Count vort Luxburg, the Belgium must undertake to main' from tho draft for military service. dismissed German Minister. tain administrative separation of tha Strikers have cut tho telegraph line The steel producing industries havo Flanders and Walloon districts Introto Valparaiso, Chile, paralyzing divoluntarily entered Into an agree- duced by Germany, the verbal note" rect cable service to the United says, because this separation correment with the War Industries Board -- L-i v States tcTcut steel prices from forty to sev- sponds to the washes of a majority The authorities have been advised of the Belgian people and because per cent. officially that strike agitators in the enty Germany desires such separation on ,. . Santa Fe navo been conferr sympathy. So many soldiers have become in- account of raclaf ,ng w,th he German Consul there sane from the terrific noise of arand tliat tne serious strike among German Spy at Narrows. tillery fire that United States army, aU Masses of workmen during the Mr. T.L. Loyd, a farmer living authorities will, after examination ,ast nlonti, in that city was fomented by exports, weed out those men whom near Narrows, thought he had disand supported by Germans. covered a surenuf German spy one show cannot stand the Tne resolution declaring for t,hc tests night last week. Mr. Loyd's resiordeal. Ger-mei,roaking 0fj 0f relations with dence Is somo bit off the public road. . y by the Cham-on- o n,any aiiopted and when a suspiciously acting M'CALL RENOMINATED RY jjer of Deputies was passed by tho HAY STATE REPUBLICANS stranger called at his gate late FriArgentine Senato by a vote of day night inquiring the way to Dunt t0 j Boston, Sept. 36. The desire of dee. Mr. Loyd' telephoned Squire Relievo War Will Follow. the Republicans of Massachusetts to Dean, at Dundee, to arrest htm, but Sept. 25. Besides continue the "War Governor" in of- when tho supposed spy turned up at Washington, further consolidating the Americans fice for a third term was emphatical- Dundee it was discovered that he in the war for democracy, tho addi- ly shown yesterday when Gov. Sam- was a Harmless oiu citizen or me tion of Argentina to Germany's list uel W. McCall was renominated nt vlsclnagc who had been to Owens-bor- o 0 nnd was a leetle late In getting of enemies would mean tho partial tho primaries by a majority of relieving of tho United States and ,. i over Grafton D. Cushlng, former homo. Brazilian fleets in the patrol of' tho Lieutonant, Governor. The votes: SOLDIER HAS HARROWING South Atlantic, oven if there should McCall, S2i42C; Cushlng, 24,240. EXPERIENCE UNDER TRAIN not be more spectacular Frederick W. Mansfield, who opby sending an army to France. posed Gov. McCall In the election Lexington, Ky., Sept. 25. Lester Advised as they havo been of tho last year, again was nominated for sentiment ,of tho public In Argentina, Governor by the Democrats without Runyon, of Company K, Second Kentucky Regiment, trying to return the action of tho Senato and Cham- opposition. m to his command at Lexington from ber of Deputies In voting for a rupBoyd counly, was caught between ture of relations with Germany cre-at- d CONFERENCE OF AFRICAN the rails, knocked down and run over little surprlso among officials of CHURCH OPENS by a train of- - fifteen C. & O. freight tho Stato Department, and It Is believed hero that the break will bo annual conference cars, escaping without serious inThe followed by war. of the African Methodist Episcopal juries. Ho says ho was picked u President Irlgoyon has boon con- .ion Church of Kentucky began to and dropped by tho cars many tlme3 sistent In his determination not to day at 12 o'clock In Stoner's Chapel and'flnally tossod to safety. pormlt his country to tako any other at Twelfth and Hill streets. Bishop than n neutral position, but It is George C. Clements, formerly editor INCREASE IN WATER AND LIGHT RATES Improbable that lie will veto of the Star of Zlon, tho official organ AFTER OCTOBER FIRST of tho African Church of .Ion In tho United Status, will conduct tho conTho high prices of everything conDo Move ference. Tho services wero opened by a sermon by tho bishop, follow- nected with the making of lights and ed by holy communion. Tho organi- tho pumping of water necessitate followed. our raising tno minimum raio ior zation of the .conference Tho conforonco will coiftlnuo for ono lights from $1 to $1.25 and . tho mln- . ...-M n'. i 1I11UIU wiuer liiiu iium ?i iu week. Louisville Times. nnd whero ub Is used, from $1.75 to $1.85. In County Court. Coal Is now costing us $000 pel J. W. Carter qualified as administrator of tho estato of J. M. Wado, year inoro than it over has beforo, and lubricating oils, packing, copper deceased. Henry V. Chambers was granted wlro, etc., havo doubled In price. administration of tho estato of J. B. Thoreforo wo aro compelled to mako these now rates. Chambers, deceased. All bills must bo paid promptly on H. Miller was appointed guar-dla- n J. of Golda Evans, n minor, fgr or boforo tho 15th of tho mouth or tho purpose of securing a marriage water and lights will bo Turned off without notice, license recently. All outstanding accouuts.bllls that A. Leach qualified ns guardian J. of tho minor holrs of A.' B. Leach, iaro In arrears.must bo settled by tho 15th of uext month or tho water and deceased"; recently. lights must of necessity bo discontinPlease govern yoursolf accordued. THIS WEElf. To patrons who may bo owing mo ingly. and dekiro to sottlo with mo person- KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER CO., Incorporated. ally will havo to do so this weok. Hartford, Kentucky. DR. E. W. FORD. ARGENTINE HOUSE to-da- P0IE 11 ht I be1?" ". I ty-o- , J nerve-wrecki- nt to-da- 5S,-18- , TO-DA- fifty-seco- coa-slder- ' -.. i.j, Y z.Zr , rs-- 'jssi'r a ezimwixKfrx- WAREFARE ON SUBS IS DISCOURAGING utti.k riuiu:s.s has MADE AGAINST SAYS WIUTKK. iikk.v and waiters on trains operating on tho Whoollng and Lako Erie between Whcollng nnd this city. It Is not a question of wages. Tho girls get as much as tho men. "They give better satisfaction, ' said General" Passenger Agent . AN AODITED STATEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL ACCOUNTS' A You Need a Spring Lnxntlvc. Dr. King's New Life Pills will re- move tho accumulated wastes of winter from your intestines, tho burden We further state that we have caicfuliy checked and added the receipts of tho blood. Got that sluggish Hnitfoiil, Ky., Sept. G, 1917. and disbursements covering above mentioned period and find them to bo corspring fever feeling out of your sys- To the Citizens and Tax Payers of Ohio County: tem, brighten your eye, clear your Realizing more and more ns the days go by the lcjponsihilttv of the of rect nnd that wo audited said treasurcr'3 books from January B, 1911. to) ures: complexion. Get that vim and snap ficc I hold ,and feeling that It is just, fair nnd right that those who pay tho Jan. 21, 1910, as shown by our statement of the date last mentioned and that "A good deal lias been added with- of good purified healthy blood. Dr. taxes and bear tho burdens of government, are justly entitle.' to "A Look from January 5, 1911, to January 1, 1917. he has written 2,702 checks and in the last few days to our knowl- King's New Llfo Pills are a At The Books" of their public scrvnnts and in fulflllinjt the promise heicto-foi- c 1,872 vouchers for sums amounting to $171,960.50 and that his books were edge of the war against the laxative that aids nature's promade. I most cheerfully submit the following audited statement as to found to be in balance to the penny and have been kept in A good lcgibla At all drug- the inJume and disbursements of the School Superintendent's office since my manner. but the most significant of what to cess, try them Respectfully submitted, 1 the public nro the new facts is In gists, 25c. C. O. HUNTER, last audited statement was made on January the 21th, 1916. The danger of being overlooked. C. M. CROWE. Most respectfullr rubmitlcd, Trlme Minister gave us what was In Committee. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. An Irish Comeback. many respocts a reassuring stateAn Irishman employed In a largo position. Comparing factory bad ment of tlio Hartford, Ky., Sept. 5, 1917. taken a day off without July with April our losses felt by permission nnd seemed likely to loso Ohio County Bonn! Of Education, Hartford. Kt.. Sept. 5. 1917. per cent, but as they Inforty-thre- e Gentlemen: We, your committee appointed at tho request of Supt. his lob In consequence. When ask Ohio County Board Of Education, per cent from creased fifty-foGentlemen: At, the request of Supt. Ozna Shults, we, your committee Ozna Shults, to nudit tho books of said Superintendent, ns Treasurer of tho ed by his foreman tho next day why March to April (vido tho'weekly re- ho had not turned up tho day before, appointed to audit the books as Ticasurer of the Ohio County Board of Ed- Ohio County Teachers' Fund, beg leave to repoit that we havo audited said turns), an upward movement must ho answered: ucation, beg leave to report that we have audited said books' from a period books from a period beginning January 1, 1910, to January 1, 1917, and that not be regarded" as an Impossibility. was so ill, sir, that I could not acginning January 21, 1910, to January 1, 1917, and that he has icccivcd he has received fiom all" sources the following sums: "I In the "best" month tho sixth of come to work to save my life." 1910 Jan. 1, Balance cash on hand from all sources the following amounts: $ 3,213.10 "blockade" wo lost twelve " Jan. the 1915 8, Received from State Supt 21, 191(5 Balance of cash on hand ns shown by our report "How was It then, Pat, that I saw Ian. 0,195.37 merchantmen, but In tho four follow- you pass tho factory during tho morn$ 3.85G.2P " Feb. ..: 10, Received from State Supt of that date 0,495.37 were sent to tho ing weeks thirty-fiv- e " Maich 11, Received from State Supt " Received from W. C. Blaukenship. land sale? for 25, ing on your bicycle?" asked the fore- Jan. 2,1C5.P bottom. I1'11 " March 15, Received from Southern School Journal ' 4.75 taxes man. Outlook Not Chcciful. 712.9? " July " Received fmm S. O. Kcoun. taxes 1, Pat was slightly taken aback, then Feb. 4,330.14 ,1, Received from State Supt 20.56 " Oct. " Received Foidsvillc II. U. Tax "The remarkable thing that Mr. regained his presence of mind, he Feb. 1, II, Received from State Supt 0,401.10 19.57 .. " Nov. 25. Received from State Suph " Received Boaer Dam, 15. 11. Tax Lloyd Georgo told us, however, Is replied: 2G. 0,401.40 Feb. 1.95 " Dec. 10, Received from State Supt 'Sure, sir, thnt must have been March 15, " Received from L. L. Nowcom, sale of coal.... .. that the number of submarines Is In12,922.92 1.S0 Coupling tbl3 with the di- when I was going for tho doctor." creasing. " Received f i oin O. 15. Tinsley, sale lumber Match IS, t 20.3S minution In the sinkings what does Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegrap" Received from Fnrdsvillo. It. It. Tax Total amount leceived from all sources tune 19, SI8.5S0.30 our war 25.00 It means thnt " Received fieni sale Gohen schoolliouso it mean? We Anther state thai he paid out to various par5, ug. Is primarily a de- Has n High Opinion of Cliumhi't lulu's Vug. 1,839.97 against tho " Received fiom S. O. Keown, taxes ties, as )or cancelled checks on file in tlio Super10, OSO.Gi fensive war that wo aro giving bet" Received fiom S. O. Keown. taxes Tablets. intendent'. office, (all of which has been clwckcd 2, Oct. f 1,071.5 J ter protection to our merchantmen, and tabulated by the committee), the sum of.... "I have a high opinion of Cham "ct. 10, " Received fiom S. O. Keown, taxes $14,110 7 no real progress berlain's Tablets for biliousness and I,.i9.96 1917 Jan. 1, Canh on hand ...'.' but are making " Received fiom S. O. Keown. taxes : IS, ov. 4.139 " I along the line of the only true 'de- as a laxative." writes . Mrs. C. A. ')ec. 7.17S.91 " Received from S. O. Keown. taxes..; 22, t fense, which is the destruction of the Barnes. Charleston, 111. "I have nev i Total .....$.18,580.30 $I8.5"0.10 oncniy. The Germans are adding to er found anything so mild and pleas $17,010.1' Total amount icccivcd from all sources Respectfully reported. than ant to use. My brother has also their underwater fleets faster C. M. CROWE. i. DISBURSEMENTS FROM JANUARY 21, 1910. TO JANUARY 1, 1917. we aro subtracting from them. That used these tablets with satisfactory ' C. O. HUNTER. $ say, they are not only reducing results." m Votes and interest paid 'is to Committee. 347.8f ''aking school census our available shipping at the net rate 2.25S.2" of nearly 3,000,000 tons a year (Mr. ligii School tuition Haitford, Ky., Sept. 5, 1917 199.0f Lloyd George gave the monthly net MUCH ABUSED GOAT Services on County Boaid ' 578.5. Ohio County Board Of Education, average for tho first half year as ;chool furniture Gentlemen: Wc further report that wo have examined tho hooks of ISfu "under 250,000 tons"), but they aro 'reight paid IS REAL TREASURI Supt. Ozna Shults, and find that he lias received from the State for teachers 139.3 also destroying the shipping of our igging wells 451.5 salaries for the fiscal year, the sum of ,$39,133.52, and that there Allies and of neutrals and building 'aint, painting, etc 41." was a balance in his hands from the1 fiscal year, 1913-191for some the sum of $1.20 up their flotillas of 'axes l of untied wrongfully charged a'J-UItOK making a total of $39,134.72, and that he paid out for teachers salaries durPL'IJLISHKII possibly moro direct military pur- ILLINOIS cnt paid ing said fiscal year 81.7 IIAISING Ol-- ' "NAXNV" KOK the sum of $39,510.10, leaving a deficit of pose. " aid Supt. A. L. Hayne's, for Graham school $105.71, which was paid by the Ohio County Board of Education. MILK. Ixiss of Warships. , Vriting deeds " l,r'-- f And we find that he received for the fiscal year, 1915-191the sum of ' "ldirg Ehv.wood schoolhouse In the last twelve- months enemy MS.0 $15,407.79, from the State and cash from teachers for the Southern School luilding East View schoolhouse . ... submarines have been reponsiblc 520.5 Journal, '$4.75, making a total of $15,472.51, and thnt he paid out during saul . .'. Chicago, Sept. .5. That the hlth building Goshen schoolhouso for the destruction of five battleships, fiscal year the sum of $15,290.33, leaving a balance on hands for the raid 527." five ccuisers, twelve destroyers, two erto despised goat may aid material 'uild'ng Westcrfield schoolhouse 022.0 vear of $t77.46 .which is to be divided equally between the teachers forhat ' sweepers and ly In solving problems arising from 'uililing Rosine schoolhouse submarines, soven mine r,v-year. '? tin luilding Horse Branch schoolhouse eight auxiliaries (such as armed lin- war conditions by increasing v And we find that he has received for the fiscal year 7S from the In the milk and cheese production, is tin ers) belonging to the Allies. chool lots lepairing, etc ,so State the sum of $15,230.38 and that he has paid out during said fiscal year iffice expenses same period our enemies aro not opinion advanced by II. L. Hollister 2,505.0 'or teachers salaries the sum of $45,501.73, leaving a deficit for said year of known to have lost anything above publisher of a farm paper. Govern- "oal, hauling, buckets, brooms, crayon, erasers, etc '331.35 to bo paid by the Ohio County Boaid-o- f Education. the grade of a destroyer. Sucli facts or Lowden, of Illinois, is quoted af $U,51G.f We further certify that we have carefully checked and added eacli of indicate that the legitimate fighting considering this theory sound. Total amount expended he abijvc accounts and find them to be correc. $17,010.14 possibilities of tho submarine have The keeping of a goat or two ma Total amount received "" ' Respectfully submitted, $1 1,510.87 not yet been exhausted, indeed, the become as popular a way of doing Total amount expended C. M. CROWE, $ 0,093.27 : opinion of many of our most thought- our bit lu tho world war as planting Balance cash on hand Jan. 1. 1917. .' C. O. HUNTER. progressive officers is that a war garden, according to Mr. Hollful and Committee. 17.610.1-$17.G10.1l we have hardly touched the fringe of ister, who says that even tho door-yaror roadside may be profitably them, any moro than we have of the use of the mine in fleet tactics. made to serve as a pasture for this human feelings and cherishes n llve-ll- y lutely broke off all hopeful course of tho Orst time they had met In twelvo By the way, the Prime Minister animal. If you are a suburbajilt" GERMANS BACKING desire that for the benefit of tho development and transformed Europe years. told us that "losses from mines are your goat will make you Independent cntiro world tho papal appeal may into n bloody battle arena." not very considerable, they are most- of tho milkman and may enable you People Speak Well of Chamberlain's PAPAL PEACE PLAN meet with succpss. ly from submarines." It comes to to slide safely thru tight times, re"The effort of l'opo Benedict Is to Tablets. much tile sanio thing, however, since sulting from sickness or lack of em pavo the way to an understanding FOR FLETCHER'S "I have been selling Chamberlain's the great majority of enemy mines ploymcnt. amongst nil peoplo and might moro ' Tablets for about two years and heard Do away with tho useless familj KAISKIl are also "from submarines." DKSIKK surely reckon on a sympathetic re"IIAKIIOItH" such good reports from my customdog, Mr. Hollister urges us, and sub .ggioslvo Warfare Needed. I'LKA .MAV HKIX THAT ception and the wholehearted supers thnt I concluded to give them a It is said that we were stitute the profitable goat. "He nowhere Knee Is "Kntnlllar." KNI TO WAIL port from His Majesty, seeing that Hopklnsvtllo, Ky., Sept. 22. Vcgo trial myself, nnd can say that I do making greater headway than before hardy, free from disease, adaptable tho Kaiser, since taking over the E. Barnes is back from Buffalo, not bcllcvo there Is aonther preparawith the primary and vital task of to all conditions and Is easily domesGovernment, has regarded It as his tion of the kind equal to them," The destroying tlio ticated. Amsterdam, Sept. 21. The Ger principal and most sacred tusk to where ho went to sco a certain man writes G. A. McBrlde. Head ford, plans are Increasingly sucand met him on tho street. "How Some Swiss goats are hornless, in its reply to the preserve the blessings of peaco for aro you, Orvlllo?" said Mr. Barnes, Out. if you nro troubled with hull- cessful." aro "ni' ting with consider- havo amiable dispositions that qual man Government tho Gorman peoplo and tho world. extending his hand. The Buffalo gestlon or constipation give them a able success," but if the enemy is In ify them as, pets, and often yield as peaco note of Pope Benedict, a copy "In his first speech from tho throne man, with tho natural suspicion of trial. They will do you good. m a day. At of which has been received here, creasing tho number of his much as six quarts of milk at tho opening of tho German Reichs- an easterner mooting a strangor.hes-Itate- d submarines it Is clear that th tho present price ot cow's milk, Mr. "cherishes a llvoly desire" that the tag on Juno 25, 18SS, the Kaiser Sho How long will they be raw "Your face Is familiar," ho plans are not successful hi tho only Holliiitor estimates such a goat would appeal may meet with success. promised that his love ot tho GerL'mperor William, tho German suro I'vo seen It before, sense lu which success aght to bo produce fully $1G0 a jear. army nnd hjs position toward bald; "I'maro you?" "Meroly your recruits? man no until tlio veterans flnuli Tho goat lias a great advantage noto says, has been following tho ef but who measured. To pharaphrae someIt should never lend him into temptaover tho cow, In that It costs only forts of the l'opo toward peaco for brother," Vego explained. It was roasting them Puck. thing that Lord lierosfonl said to cut short tho benefits of ago, wo don want to htop the about a fourth us much to maintain, a considerable tlmo with high re tion peaco unless war were a necessity, enemy irom hitting u- s- we want to and gives milk ten months a year. spect. on the Tho reply adds that the efforts of forced ou us by an uttack Un.l- -r the cov-- r The milk is easily digested and muke3 hit him. and hard. way to an un- omplre or its ullles. The German of our defensive measures, whose excellent food for the baby. Goat's the l'opo to pave tho army should safeguard peaco for ua success, pro tern., is cortalnly writ- flesh has tlio same good value us derstanding might most surely bo be re- and should peace, nevertheless, reckoned to hnve sympathetic ten loglbly enough In tho sinking re- mutton. broken, It Would bo In a position to supmaking good Lowden, of Illinois, hni ception from and wholo-hcarteGovernor turns, the Germans are i Emperor, blnco win it with honor. Tho Kaiser has. iieo of their sulmiarlncb against both asked Mr'. Hollister to appoint a com- port of tlfb German acts, fulfilled tho promlso ho and tit mission to Investigate ways and ho hns regarded it as bis principal by his .worships and merchantmen years of hapIn (wonty-sl- x the American mid most sacred tusk to preserve the then made tlio snmo tlmo building up strong and means of educating and provocations py rule, despite public in tho value of, tho milch blessings of peaco for tho German ever moro nuinorous flotlllus. temptations. world. "While that is going on It is ab- goat Mrs. C. H. Calilll. ono of Mr. people and tho "Sought To Aold War." fi'ei'iimnj's Ileply. surd tor us to claim success. The Holllstcr's experts Is already on her "In the crisis, which led to the exTho' text of tho Gciman Govorn- purway to Europe to Investigate the Qennnns aie building with a Ills present world conflagration, pose, which may or may not be tho tensive goat milk anil cheese Indus- Iment'H reply reads: Cardinal: Your Knilnenco Majesty's efforts were up to the last "Heir Olio they prate about so loudly, and try In various countries there. An moment directed towards settling tho if wo nro to frustrate that purpose attempt Is being made to persuade bus been good enough, .together with conflict by peaceful moans. After acyour lotter of August 2, to transmit Wo did Governors or other States to take wo must sink tho by tion similar to Goveior l.owden's and to the Kalsor and King, my mo3t tho war hud broken out, against his not get rid of tho crulser-cosul- r desire, tho Kaiser In con- convoying our merchantmen, but by thus bring about a concortod cam- gracious muster, tho note of His Holi- wish I nnd llli lliu tllt'lt fllllea WI1R tlio 4. ...., Holicapturing the onems oversea bason paign to indiico subuibanltes, vil- ness, tho l'opo, in which Ills I first solemnly to dcclaro bis readl- anil systematically hunting down his lagers and small farmers to take up ness, tilled with grief at tho devastanoss to onter Into peace negotiations. goat raising and to make tho milch tions of tho world war, makes an ships." supported Ills --goat a pornmnent American family emphatic peaco appeal to tho heads Tho German peoplo i.i Majesty in his keen doslre for peaco. Tho of the belllgeront peoples. Institution. And ni.iiilioeu Uetnetly. "Germany sought within her na-- 1 Kalsor-KIn- g --o-. has .deigned to ucquulnt n "Chamberlain's Colic and nnd tlonul frontier tho freo development mo with Your Eminence's letter .Sudden Changes; Remedy was used by my fath-o- r I tad Colli of her spiritual and material possesSpring brings all kinds of weath- to entrust tho reply to mo. about a year ago when ho had diarMuJoBty has been following sions and outbldo tho Imperial terri"His er and with It comes colds and tho rerhoea. It rallovod him Immediateg time with high re- tory unhindered competition with ly and by taking throe doen he wan vival of winter coughs and hoarse- for a coiiBldcrnblo enjoying equal lights and equal gratltudo Ilia Holiwill spect and sjucoro absolutely curod. Ho ban great ness. Dr. Hell's The freo play of forces in In a spirit of true Im- esteem. faith tu this remedy." writes Mrs. W. head off a now cold or stop tho old ness' efforts ullovlnto us far ns pos- tho world In peaccublo wiestllng with to -. in ono, the soothing balsams relievo tho partiality 11. Williams. Stanley, N. V. high- 2$ sible tho sufferings of tlio war and 'one nnothor would lead to tho ... . ., sore throat nnd heal the Irritated IV y nnd start to hasten tho end of hostilities. Tho est perfecting of tho noblest human 'W Got n bottlo Glib 'faking. Plato-- , of .Man. today treatment at ono. At your druggist, Kalsor sees in tho latost stop of Ills CtavsNland. Supt. 22. Girls .n 1 llolluoss fro3h proof of hlu noble and on tho bottle. JO taltf"K tb Pl80 ot porters, chefs 25c. Formula London, Sept. 22. A writer in a London newspaper lias tlio following warfare and to say regarding the development of defensive measat non-grlp-It. ur Of Superintendent Ozna Shiilts Since His Last Report, of January 24, 1916, Including Both County and State Funds Also Audited Statement of State Funds For 1915-191- 6 and 1916-191Fiscal Years 1914-1915, 7. . t h. at ' 1914-191- 5, 1, 1911-191- 5, x - 1910-191- 7. d I Children Cry CASTO Rl A . "Ad-julrali- ty ! v s ' d NOTICE! BUY YOUR 1 I STRAW HAT War-ilioo- FROM I Ki-o- I na-tib- S Hub Clotl-iin- Co1, s g v. tls-siio- a. to-da- S37.rt. ZZr'iou Tb.: sroMftv&tt&s&ro of e iKfjPMMKf 9HBDRVA LVEK PISTOL CARTRIDGES m CONGRESS KNOCKS 0. S, CONTRACTORS SAYH GOVKKNMKNT CONTHACTH. 1H IIKINH CIIL'ATKI) IN ALL WAU TWTOST men use their revolvers but seldom. " Yet they lipid pronounced opinions about their ammunition due to the force of example! That is Remington UMC opinion. You see your guide with a belt full of Remington UMC. Vou find your dealer handing you Remington UMC as a matter of course. You near the men at the Pistol and Rifle Club insisting on Remington UMC as strongly in .22 calibcrhorts as in the.45 automatics. There's a thought here for every man who is ihoot-in- g any kind or make of pistol or revolver. Remington UMC Revolver or Pistol Cartridges arc produced for every standard make and caliber of arm. Sold by Sporting Goods Dealers in Your Community Gwi end nl ycut gun with REAt OIL, the tomhination royier Sotttnt, Lubncsnl tnJRutf Vrntntit THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGU CO., Inc. tAifnt Manuftrturrrt cf TtttsrwutnJ Ammunition in th World Woolworth Building, New York P h y J5bmii (?SjfjU3gO& RECOUNTS GREAT BATTLE OF HABSE IN INTKHVIKW, I.OKIi KICVIKWH i:.ltliY INCINKNTS OK T1IK WAK. " London, Sept. 22. TI10 text of Moyd French's interview In tlio Paris Journal on tlio anniversary of the. Ilattle of the Marno, in which he Hritalu by pralsliiK Lloyd (JeorKO as the man who accomplished in n few mouths what Lord French says Kitchener declared it vould tako eight years to do, was received hero tolay. The frankness with which tlio former Commander in Chief dlsciiKscs thu mistakes of Great Drltaln In the early days of the war produced n. lively controversy, Tho interview, as received from I Joffre, myself and ull our commanders and that was to savo Paris and avoid nlso any doubtful engagement which might havo turned into irreparable Wo passed thru days of failure. uncqrtalnty and grave anxiety. Nothing seemed assured. The maneuver on whlcji wo counted wero going wrong. Tlio positions wo hofced to We hold had to bo abandoned. wondered when wo would bo nblo to stop. "Ono day Joffro informed 1110 ho was going to ceaso tlio retreating movement and defend Paris on tlio lino of tho Mnrne. I spent the day personally reconnoltcrlug the positions in tho neighborhood of Lagay, a Korto nnd "On tho following day, changing his opinion under tho pressure of rvonts, Joffro decided ho should fall back still farther down tho lino to tho Seine nnd thcro tako tho offensive. I agreed. Then, about September 3 and 4, cnnia tho extraordinary maneuver of Von Kluck, who, instead of descending upon us directly moved obliquely toward tho south-cas- t. Ho was actually engaged In this maneuver when ho learned of tho presence of tho Hrltlsh army, which was still standing firm, and of J tho cxlstcnco of tho Sixth French Idea Sous-Jouarre. Paris, reads: "We had only ono army, formed to protect tho capital. Ho was then menaced on the flank, and even beforo tho troops of Gen. Mauuoury crossed the Ourcq, ho had begun a precipitate retreat. "Von Kluck saved his army, but It was astoniushlng to us that lie did not continue straight forward in an attempt to forco a passage of the river. We wero then able, by converging movement, to contribute usefully to the success of tho great battle the full honor of which belongs to Joffre." Asked to what ho attributed the relative stagnation to which his army was reduced for long after the victory, Lord French replied: "Regarding tho operation I directed, it was attributablo to an Insulll-clonc- y of effectives nnd material. Franco expected from us at the most six divisions, which wero to have helped her wait tho moment when We KiiHsIa ws absolutely ready. paid thcro the price for not having consented to conscription In peace times. "Later, when tho Germans we.re practically beaten, 1 was forced, forwnnt of some divisions sent elsewhere, to relinquish the plan of advancing, ns I had a right to hope, as far ns Lille. "Now the men arc there, and more material, than I over dreamed of hav ing. During 1914 nnd 1911"., I made continual representations to obtain guns nnd munitions, without which It was impossible to gain victory. I remember In connection with this point, that Kitchener, after- having gone over with experts, my progrnin.whlch certainly was less ambitious than has since been realized, declared it would tako eight years to manufacture what was asked for. Sloan's Liniment For Itlicuinntlsm. Tlio torture of rheumatism, the pains and aches that make life unbearable are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, a clean clear liquid that is easy to apply and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments because It penetrates quickly without rubbing. For tho many pains and aches following exposure, strains, sprains Sloan's Lininnd muscle soreness, ment is promptly effective. Always have a bottle liandy for gout, lumbago, toothache, backacho, stiff neck nnd all external pains. At druggists, - - 2Cc. J "From Now Ob." "A marshal was taking a couplo of negro prisoners to tho Federal prison in Atlauta," said Capt. L. P. Woodford, of Georgia. "Tho unfortunates wero from different towns, nnd woro strnngers to each other until they had been rounded up by the Could Do No Work. minion of tho law. "As they wero travoling SouthNow Strong as a ward to begin their prison sentences m they engaged In tho following collo Man. Kxpeilenc-o.thlU'ht Teacher. quy: It Is genorally admitted that expe"How long did tho Judgo send you rience Is tho best teacher, but should Chicago, 111. -- "For about two yearn down for?" 1 FUilVmi from a female trouble so I wo not niako use of tho experience of "Threo years." 11 ti was unable to walk others ns well ns our own? Tho exyou goln' down fo'?" "How long or do any of my own " 'From now on.' " Washington perience, of a thousand porsons Is work. I read about LydiaE. Pinkham'a Post. inoro to bo depended upon than that Vugotnblo ComMany thousand's of ono Individual. pound in tho news"There Is a tldo In tho affairs of of porsons havo used Chamberlain's papers and determined to try it. It men," said tho man who habitually Cough Remedy for coughs nnd colds brought almost im- quotes shakespoaro, "which, taken with tho best results, which shows It mediate relief. My at the Hood, loads 011 to fortune" to bo n thoroughly rollablo preparaweakness has en-t- 'r "Yes," replied tho man who had tion for thoso diseases. Try It. It ly disappeared nml 1 p?ver had but married nn heiress, "I romember tho is prompt and effectual nnd pleasant ter health. 1 weigh tldo that led to my fortune well." i" to tako. 1C5 pounds nnd mi ns strong as a man. o "What tldo was that?" I thirk money it well spent which pur"It was an ovontldo and wo woro OAUttOF.S FOR GRKF.Ci: chases Lydln E. linklmm'a Vegetable Compound." Mra. Jos. O'DstVAH, 175 sitting in tho garden." ARi: CLOSKLY WATCHF.D .. . . ..i. Newport Avo., Chicago, III. Tlio success of Lydia L PiiJKli?m'ii Tho building of an American road Athens, Aug. 21. Tho Amorican Vegetable Compound, nuulo from rooU In ono of tho most lawlobs provinces may bo ombnrgo on shipments to neutral is unparalleled. It tnuherha, perfect confidence by women of tho Philippines Is said to havo had countries without 0. special license who suffer from displacements, , Jnllam-matio- a wonderfully civilized tniluonco. for each cargo, ,1s being rigorously ulceration, irrcguluriui-s- peribetween leel-Jnbearing-dow- n carried out by odic pains, backache, flatulency, indircestlon, dizzlne, tho American authorities hero and at 's und nervous prostration. Lydia h. FOR FLETCHER'S homo ports. During tho early pait Vegetable foninouml is thoutmi of tho war It was bollcved that a uli. JLrd rciawly iVr UuSli WOMAN SICK tWO YEARS Washington, Sopt. 22. In tho last few days rifle contracts, shoe contracts, clothing contracts and cantonment contracts entered Into by Iho War Department havo been violently criticized. There seems to be a feeling among i. few members of Congress 'that Undo Sam is being cheated somewhere along tho line in this war work. Warned beforo hand $0 expect graft nnd corruption against tlio Government during wartlmo, these, men am making tho best showing they can on tho strength of tho evldcnco they nro nblo to gather. Of course most any business man In Kentucky would 1)9 tickled to get & great big contract on this basis: Six per cent allowanco for investment in plant; six pqr cent for deterioration in plant; ten per cent profit based on cost. The nat profit to tho manufacturer for a year In this ease would be limited only to th number of times he could turn his money over. The two six per cent allowances would he fixed and would run for a year based on tho capital Invested. IniH)isiblo To Loe. Thero nro a great many shrewd business men in Kentucky and yet it is safe to say that few of them ever get such contracts, where it is impossible to loso; where the buyer pays tho overhead the labor, for tho materials and everything elso, and where tho manufacturer provides only a plant on which he gets six per cent ns a starter and later a fat bonus of ten per cent on manufacturing cost. Vet this Is the form In which the Government let its contracts to three largo rllle companies, early this summer, when it became apparent that tho Government was going to havo to Enfield rifles inuse rechambcrcd stead of thoxsupcrlor Springfield. Only threo companies in tlio United States, at thut time, were makintr Repeating Winchester rifles tho Arms Company, tho Remington Arms, Company and the Remington Union The.-haMetalic Cartridge Company. been making Enflolds in large quantities for tho British government and all that was necessary was for them to put now chambers in the rifles then being made, so that they would shoot American ammunition. Tho Springfiold arsenal, where the United States ordinarily' manufactures Its ammunition, was hopelessly out of it. Since tho European war began in 191,4 this armory manufactured only 77.000 rifles, altho it had a total capacity of 15,000 rifles a day. Tho Ordnance Hureau had failed1 to provide rifles against a possible entrance Into tho war by the United States and tho situation looked bad, Indeed. After much delay contracts wero signed on July 12, threo months after tho war broke out, for America's supply of rifles. - U. K. (Jets Worst Of It. Tho result was, of course, that the Government got the worst of It ami made a rnthor bad bargain. And yet what could tho Government do? It had 'to have rllles. They could only bo bought from these three concould not cerns. Tho Government afford to pay the price which tho manufacturers said they would bo forced to nsk for their rllles to Insure them a profit in times of labor and material shortages and possible long dolnys. The result was that the Government made tho "cost-plus- " contract, under which tho Govern ment probably will pay no more for tho rifles than It would havo paid if tho original rlllo price had been mot. Yot tho Government knows exactly wlmt It is paying for and It knows that It Is not paying an exorbitant prlco for rifles, oven tho It Is paying a war prlco. d considerable part of tho goods lm- ported from tho United States to Greece, ultimately went across tho frontier to Bulgaria, nnd by way of tinvnded Serbia into Austria, and thence to Germany. Rut It Is now bolloved thnt all chance of this Is now stopped by rigid siirvelllanco on both 'sides of the Atlantic, making contra band shipments Impossible, nnd ordinary shipments very difficult. A purchaser of American goods must first mnke his contract with the American seller. The Intter must then got tho llccnso for the shipment from tho American Government. In .addition, Hrltlsh commercial and naval permits must bo had, In order to pass tho cordon of British warships watching the trado routes past Gi Mediterranean. braltar Into tho Without this Ilrltldh permit, the cargo is likely to boiscnt to tho British naval base at Malta, and a lot of goods have been actually piled up I I ' V Met Contents lofluid Pmchmj I'llV 1 lllllla Genuine Casteria Si'ti '5, i pfii AMMnl)teIVcnarationrorAs-. .. .. j I.PrtiAiil.l. i . . simjiniinginciuuuujt'-fc--- If BRIn UfuJ Iand Children. For Infants Mothers Know Ifiat Always at r.ri!inl.-.- 1 PER CENT. llmyilieaiOMmsami jftfCTftiMTTfift)ftttiwi Digestion Thereby Promoting iw"" Bears the Signature of Ai' In 5" "4 there. While .this scrutiny Is going on In America tho American Consul General here is one of a commission which investigates every purchase from abroad, and certificates that it is to an approved firm or individual, and that the goods will not pass into enemy hands. The blacklists of England, France, Italy and the other countries have to be gone over to sea that tho purchaser has not been barred by some of the Entente Allies. His general standing is also against considered as a safeguard shipments to the enemy. When all the formalities aro completed on both sides of the Atlantic, the cargo may come if ships are available, and it can stand the excessive freight rates resulting from lack of tonnage. It is an effective system to stop contraband to tho enemy, but it stops shipping as well. 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T. 3 Starck Piano must make good with you, or there is no sale. .W j., y iTJ 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL UE" Save $150.00 or Mora ae Easy Payments cot Wc thip dirctt to you from our, factory, vou unvrard of $150.00 ta Me nriccs that it Gone Many thousands of sulfering front you a better piano for the money than you can You are assured of receding secure elsewhere. a s&tiJfactory sweet tont'l durable high grade of jour piano, we guarantee to furuUh piano. . ,. nu cash down, but alter 30 days of trial, sou can brain pivnient on the low- est, easiest tcrmi ever luggested by a phno inanuiaciurcr. inese terms are urrautrcu iu suit lour convenience, and it is possible for eu U) Hiy a piano tor your nomc, wunout , , mlnt.ic the money. You OR.Vaav Gi:an.iaa aiaron M women womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use? of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,. ofHayne.N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly,"' she says. '"As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." Every BUrck Piano U piaranteed for 25 years. Thia guarantee has back of It our 35 yean of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 2nd -- Rand Bargains We have comtantly on hap-a large number of slightly use! nJ DAAnn.l.liinil liltinni ftf A II ftanuard makes takca tn cx-- f cnarge lor new marc nanus PlayM-Wan- Starck riayer-Piann- a the best and most beautiful trt 50 Free Muslo Lessons Ta every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we gh e free music lessons, in one of the but known schools In Chicago. These lessons you can take in sour own home, by mall. This represents one year's free instruction. T1.A frtlfaw Mn.l lllnWAP.ttl.nn. I lng are a few sample bargains: wecer Steinway Starck $iiu.uu 92.00 90.00 market, ,'ou win De vi lighted with the many exclusive features of thesd wonderful Instruments, an-will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. Plver PIno on tns Chickering Kimball ..-Second-han- ......... 95.00 195.00 Send for our latest complete bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 SUrck Bld., CHICAGO MMa-ijiiMHa( Semi today for our new beautifully illustrated plana book which gives you a largo amount of information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please vou. Write today. Piano Book Free TAKE Ybu Can You Be Whatever;; Be. Want To The Woman's Tonic She writes farther: " I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I vvss In dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or sulfcr from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise thi3 mcili-cin- e for the p,ood 51 has done them, and many physicians who have und Cardui successfully v,il!i their women pa;io.:t3, for cars, endorse tM-- nei'N cine. Think v. list it incut fo be in splcnuU h;r!l!i, like Mrs. Spe'.l. Civc Cardui a trie). You can bo a success, awl a big success, if you havo 11 1 1 1 1 1 t t t X , lyT AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tlio road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chiof requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We preparo you for the position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School ''Ji sossion tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and vonnirn r.x... nlncailiont inn vi.v. ,w iirrinni' ..... .... ( 1 -- ,s IS Vr .. n, All Druggists KiA. I SlI ' : (Incorporated) ill 9 to g. Vim-'fcum- Oliilclxen Cry OWENSBORO, KY. fcj CASTOR? A J. VJilL BKriB. lA-- l ,l' ffTVW &i , . ., I xaNMbi JWSWftUW J! JSLi1 JJL1DI '' tMWWlUTWn wife stood in the" way iof the of tho mixed attachment. Flagler gold sent the wlfo to a lunaordliiR to law nt tbe Knterrd tic asylum in Florida, and more Cmford, Kj., m mall waiter ot the second Flagler gold influenced the Florida rlMS, Legislature to enact a statute making a conviction of lunacy grounds ,W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor & Bus. Mrt. for divorce, and tho rich Easterner married tho charming actress. Withto Address nit communications in a few short years the octogenarian the Hartford Republican. millionaire left a young widow with " " a legacy of $60,000,000. Then Rob- . , NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS of lnBnBm cx.Mayor iatrllCT ilwlrlnir th pmwrMntto n new crl ,W0"n married tho widow and drtrwtn.u.tBlTethcoM midrib lumiUIOK the Louisville, qmt. the millions. A few weeks ago the BnliiMiLocnliinn..Ntli'10ci.erllcennICc o'mer nctres9 ,lf"e,lt leaving a llUS- . to"- -, the sixty millions and some XT'IVJ-Tb,relatives. Some pretext for id., money in ndmnce. , other onurch NoticcK for KiTitm fir, tint other i Croaking tho will of the former ac- drrtiempntK.Bc)friiiii'. tress .was sought, and in the dead of ADonymon. co.uni.inln.tlon, will rewlr,- - no he ,)0(, of the womBn Mention i Hvho had once graced the stago and of homes two presided over sszx.zzx'xzoj.rszB. digged from ...13 culldcd richness. Ciratrlo.ni . ... CS itho grave and mutilated, lu an ef- JTuman' Mutual fort to discover somo evidence upon SKPTKMBEH 28 which to base a suit toi break her jyRIDAY, ,will. Truly, tho trail of the serpent was over it all. Hartford Republican. vember the 6th, it ceased entirely, since which date the Administration 1 'r ' , ,, Hoover, but this Republic and Ollle to cut down the consumption of James and even President Wilson sugar. Wc are taking ourn straight. arc not one and tho same. Again we repeat it was the brand of poliIn the case of Baize vs. Tlchcnor, tics played which was tho objectionset down for trial November 6, it is able "stuff." It's damned If you ceiicruiiy in mill a don't before and darned if you do af - fmr ymn exiiucieiicnunty Javitiiici ,,0 w nt th(J time, l .!. kilt? poars to think. Now, don't forget that we are for tho country in which we live, first, last and all of the 1UBI 1 M.III... UBjIUUDlUllllJ', DU .. ... llJ- - i . UUrtWU HEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By J. H. Thomas.) We nrc helping food Boss RUBBER ROOFING The Kind That Lasts! Koto the brands we have in Mock. Fame day your order is leceivetl. UAI.V-KOT- n Wc can make shipment the ROOFING. lorwuru. n....n.i ICIUIIICU IU1 ..- - nrinim.. JHWtllWI. I HEPUBL1CAN TICKET. For Rcprcscntntiv o correct If the Hartford Herald about its statement that Congress had anything to with breaking off diplomatic rotations with Germany it has scooped the big dailies. is situaThe Republican Senatorial tion for next year is taking on some quiet interest. Judge Ed C. O'Rear, of Frankfort, his friends lets it be known, would accept the nomination, Judge McKenzie Moss is being urged to consider the situation, and it is said conditions may arls.0 that would bring Ed. Morrow into the -- An c.tra liavv. double sanded tooling. High grade felt base. Pure asphalt satuiation am! coating, free from tars and petroleum There are rumors of strango hapMACK COOK. oils. Note the hcr.x.V weights. Nails and cement included. penings in the camp of the Kentucky For County Attorney weighing 05 pounds per 108 squaie foot roll $2.1 Democracy. It is rumored that Ollle A. D. KIRK. weighing 75 pounds per 108 squaie foot toll $2..il James has made' a truce with the For County Clerk Beckham - Haley - Alexander forces, SLATE SIIRFACKI1 ROOKING. W. C. BLANKENSHIP. leaving Stanley and his distillery For Sheriff friends high and dry even in the Surfaced with natural crushed ilate, iceL Durable, rotloss. fadeS. A. BRATCHER. midst' of an abundance of booze. It less and attiactive for every kind of dwelling. Nails and cem-- nt For Jailer was a rather open secret that the included in each roll. Made in one weight only. Jack clerk., ! WORTH TICHENOR. Beckham forces were planning to put 5 Roslne J, B. Monroe, Tom Crow-do- r, reputation. pounds per 10S squaie foot loll J2.7C t For Assessor up a dry candidato in the Senatorial judges; It. II. Rains, sheriff: The allow prices ate Freight Paid to Your Railroad Station, if D. E. WARD. campaign promise The Democratic primary next year, and James, seeing Everett Llles, clerk. ordered in lots of three tolls, or moie. Samples furnished upon For Superintendent of Schools Ellis Smith.Luth-e- r to keep us out of war was faithfully E. Beaver Dam the handwriting on the wall, capituE. S. HOWARD. ho kept with Col. Roosevelt and the lated. Now it is predicted Render, judges; D. B. Rcid, sherDO NOT DELAY. ORDER TODAY. For County Surveyor two hundred thousand American paStanley wets will put up the opposi- iff; Will Chick, clerk. C. "S. MOXLEY. who offered to volunteer for' tion candidate. W. Beaver Dpi W. R. Cook, J triots, For Coroner D. Williams, Judges; R. H. Barnes, serico under him. DR. A. B. RILEY. The submarine menace is the po sheriff; Gordon Young, clerk. Incorporated For Justice of the Peaces Tinsley lins at last consented to tential threat to the world's democ McIIenry L. W. Hpcker, A. M. Burt ford District JAKE WILSON, Mr. F0RDSVILLE. KY racy. The present rate of submarine Smith, judges; Elvis Rogers, slier-ilf- ; let us in on the editorial page, an I ED. SHOWN. this is the end of our bead stringing 'Jj destruction of the world's shipping S. J. Tichenor, clerk. Benier Dam District is not in itself alarming, but the Centrrtown W. E. Galloway. P SAM L. STEVENS. jiof.si: BRANCH. bold fact stands out that tho Ger H. Render, judges; W. E. Brown, Centertcmn District Sept. 25. Mrs. Virgil Gary and man fleet of these devouring mon- - jsicrlff; o. M. Bishop, clerk GEO. W. ROWE. . ,Hartford gters of the deep, grows daily strong Orlando Cox, J. C. son, CarKon, motored Smallhous Rockport Dlstrlrt er, and that as yet no effective means Hill, judges; Alonzo France, sheriff; Saturday. Q. B. BROWN. Mr. Lenis Rone, of Ccntertown, for reducing their number has been Guy Barnard, clerk. Kosinc District . Mr. Vernon Crow- discovered. The only remedy for E. FordsvillC W. H. Miller, C. B. visited his sister, W. C. DAUGHERTY. this threatening condition Is to de- Cnrden, judges, C. E. Miller, sheriff; der, last Sunday. Sulphur Springs District Mu. Walter Grcop has returned afvise some means to strike and par-ali- J. W. Odell, clerk. W. S. DEAN. the base of submarine actfon. Miller, V. A. ter holding a series of meetings at W. FordsvillC H, I. Fords ille District effort to attack by Matthews, judges; Geo. Keown, sher- different places near here. A tremendous B. F. RICE. 4'7 Mrs. Geo. Arnold spent Sunday in land, and sea and air the homeing iff; Dennis Walker, clerk. ' . Bartlett District The profit of the average farm hog can be s port of these serpents of the sea, Is C. R. Rhoads, Frank Owensboro. Aetnaville B. C. RHOADS. '1IMrs. W. O. Reld spont Tuesday In greatly increased. The average farmer does not now being organized, and upon the McKinley, judges; J. B. Harrison, Louisville, and accompanied by her force and effectiveness of this ven- sheriff; W. H. Phillips, clerk. give his hogs enough attention. Many farmers o will NEW OWNERSHIP. attend tho depends, in all probability, the ture Shreve Jack Wilson, Ollie Duff, husband neglect the hog to the advantage of the horse and This issue of the Hartford Repub- recasting of the map of the world. at Memphis. Tenn., Wednesday Judges;, W. C. Keene, sheriff; Oscar Fair the same time the hog will pay cow, while lican appears under the ownership of and Thursday. 'conducting the Petty, clerk. many times more profit than these other animals. Henry Daniel is quite III. tho Hartford Printing Company, a Mrs. Tho administration Olaton M. S. Patterson, H. T. Fecorporation recently formed to Jake war is entitled to the patriotic supMrs. J. S. Bonn and s6n, Leon-- 1 lix, judges; Jim Hoover, sheriff; K. The farmer needs better stock and he needs over tho plant. At a meeting of port of men of all political opinions, ard Thomas, aro visiting Dr. L. B. C. Byers, clerk. Bean, and attending tho fair. to apply better and more efficient methods in the stockholders, held at the offices but the fact of war In no way changes Buford C. D. Hudson, Owon Ma of the paper September 26, an organ- the virtue of a political pairties to gan, Miss Emma Naplor has returned feeding and caring, for animals. judges; waiter omir, micuii, ization was effected, and a board of govern the country. The Democratfrom a several days visit with her J. D. Holbrook, clerk. at Grayson Springs. directors elected. This board is com- ic party nationally stands before the Conserve the feed but don't stint the pigs. Bartlett D. B. Bartjett, Ebb sister and Mrs. Willio Ferguson, of posed of the following well known country convicted of bad faith, and Mr. economy to do so. Every pig represents Funk, judges; Ira .Howard, sheriff; citizens: C. E. Smith, E. G. Barrass, has proved itself unworthy of public Central City, aro visiting relatives Hosea Shown, clerk. a 'certain investment. In order to make the most M. L.Heavr!n, C. O. Hunter and G confidence. " In ID 12 Its campaign Hefiln Rowan Cox, W. M. Ileflin, here. of the investment give them a chance. VM. Johnson. Miss Graco Sanders visited at Shl- slogan was tho high cost, of living, judges; Roy Owen, sheriff; T. F. Tan At a subsequent meeting of the which it charged to tho Republican ner, loh and Friedland last week. clerk. You will not obtain the maximum results Stewart has been board of directors, C. E. Smith was protective tariff policy and promised Miss Lillian Finis CeralYO-AlvFulkerson, ts unless you use our Liquid Stock Feed. .elected President; M. L. Heavrin, to give tho people relief, but the cost Rowe, judges; W. P. Brown, sheriff; qulto sick, but is now able to bo Vice President, and W. S. Tiiibley, of living continued upward. In 10 10 out again. . John Wood, clerk, Write us today for particulars. Secretary-TreasurMr. .and Mrs. Virgil Campbell are and Genoral the people were solemnly pledged N. Nail, Watt I Pt. Pleasant timo in Louisville. sponillMR somo Manager. J. II. Thomas was elected that if Woodrow Wilson was elected Taylor, judges; L. E. Everly, clerk. Colonel Johnson left Monday for Editor and W. S. Tinsley, Associate ho would keep us out of war, and Tom Boswell, A. R. Narrows months Editor. tho result Is now of record. A pnrty Renfrew, judges; Buck Thoma,slter-Iff- ; Eldorado, III., to spend a few working In a coal mine. deliberately betrays the that thus C. C. Carter, clerk. INCORPORATED o STOP THE THIEVKS. confidence of the people deserves jlalph Lon Owon, J. A. Greer, tho opportun- Judges; John Raymou, sheriff; C. I. PUBLIC SPEAKING, The voluntary entry of tho Steel at tho polls, and WEDNESDAY, OCT. M industry into an agreement with tho ity to do so is open for Novembor 0. Harder, clerk. government to cut the prices of its Prontlss W. A. Casebier, O., E. Dr. Fred Mutchlor. Superintendent Tho Hartford Herald, in quite a products In half should awaken tho Scott, judges; T. W. Bennett, Eiier-if- f; of Extension Work In Kentucky, will SOME OK THE KEATUUES cnemy shall sufTor death. American nation to the wholesale lengthy editorial objecting to a quoII. B. Taylor, clerk. peoplo of this county on robbery of tho people by tho corpora- tation mado by us last week, entireOK A SOLDIER'S lilVK No person in the military servlco Miller, Grant MKi-- address tho Herbert Virgil Present War and its Condtions. With tho glee of a ghoul ly misses tho point we wore driving shall bo punished by flogging. ,. judges; O. M. Burdett, sheriff; "Our itions" at tho court house in Hartuntoinblng tho dead to strip them of up to. Tho soldier Is financially Interested ? did not Kay that tho war Allison Hayncs, clerk. (Ily Maurlco IXinn.) ford Wednesday afternoon, October in earing for his clothes, as ho their Jewels, tho triihts, taking ad- was not sufficiently provoked, neithArnold P. LAlford, J. O. Byors, solHoro aro a fow facts about a vantage of tho conditions of war, are er did wo say a singlo word against 'uiiisen; O. D. Howell, sheriff; Clar-ur- o 3, at 1:30 p. in., and Dcavor Dam at In cash tho surpltm In hW dier's lllo tho boys will learn at clothos nraiiint ouch year.left But If, it is 7: 15 p. in., samo day. . or about tho country. looting the pQoplo with merciless Arnold, clerk. promThis will bo an nddress that should Camp Taylor: ns illustrated by tho action wrong to refer to Smoking lu thu lioat or tho duy Uondor Willio Portor,- - L. B. They cannot go moro than a inllo bo heard by every man, woman, and of tho steel thlovoa. Tho coal truht, ises and Btutomontti, wo presumo we ' onoy, Judges; Joo James, sheriff; child lu tho county. Wo hope to from camp without leave in writ- or on tho march is doptoutdng and the moat trust nnd a thousand othrr did commit, and hereby acknowledge 'laudo Myers, clerk. lncroases lliliht. g have tho schools well represented at ing. our sin. Right unglo Htntomonts and combinations or largo capital are If a Koldlor roiiioe Into camp much Simmons Jako Southard. Goo. T. or Ofllcers havo loavo of absence; the substauco of tho people In claims are oaslly mado but are Tlnnley, judges; Wado Hodge, bher-l- t; this meeting as well as all others oxhaiutud, a cup of coffee lu the boat men got furloughs. every occupation in life. hi j tncRsure, and U la a sorry spec-t- a bound to cross at somo point. We Ed Klrtley, clerk. Courtesy among military Is Indls- - restorative. ROWAN HOLBROOK, exactly why government bold can't understand Just lo to sco a When groutly fatigued it is dtm- I t .w.tia.ilili, I.. ilUnltillno. M. L. HEAVRIN, ' r i" ugi to engago the imperial Ger wo are not permitted to differ with l" t 1'OHItlly. Tho Retort Feminine .. A,.,, Wln nflrttn.iit.Mi -'- -Natloual Defense Com. man army too weak or too cowardly our friends and refer to tho prom- The feet ehoulil Iw Iwtliod or mop Sho What do you suppose Harold of 111 or It' by some deed of valor. The ped with a wet W. W. BROWDER, 1. hunt out and nunlsh the boldest !mb made before the election and by sending mo those flower"' towel every night lu County Agent. cortllloato carrioB with It a $2 a invigorate tUat"ev8r loottd a tuatemeuu made' by tho oumpalgn, to lu ml of robbera tho ekln. Alio Sho Ho probably meant month extra pay. " he )..ple. Let the strong hand of Mailer Wind Jammer wherein Fnpeolud fruit nhould never m n!y that you were a dead one. Only tho President, the Secretary ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICIS. puwer be first laid upon the cueuiv uuid "no mother could ever point ner Jaek o'lwntern. oaten. of War, tho commanding ollluer of u bony finger at Woodrow WiUon and i home. In .the DiornlMg wash tho hend.faea a ''Bay, "you sent my boy to war &a." '.'otko of DifcMiIutlou of Tho Hartford : All poreons having claims against department or tho scntwice of ami neck with eold water. atata of 'Robert J. Duff, deeena-- ! oral cnuit martial can glvo tin onllnt- - Never reel in wet clothing.' Tobacco WimihoiiM Co And in leea than three or four months TUAII. OF THH SKIU'KNT. discharge buforojils termi ...,. .. . ran Th filial uat nf n . Mil traaadv iioflluro "No woman who objiots to is hereby given that the oj, nro lioroby notified to proaont od man a ... Notlco Thorough tiulnlng of tho Indlvid- ,)0 Com Rfliim to me. nronorly proven, on or or enlistment oxplrew. In high !ifo i Jiut now ongHKlngiSBnilloliiic Her boy is worinj ui Sirtford Tobacoo Warehouse iial iwldler Is tho bail at ' ufllolea- they No court martial Bhall soiitouoe vw.ii,nr 'niii. 1U17. or pn'jlta attention. Several years go, culled mother." Now, if It be ututtniny( incorporated, Is closing up IU ...... .nl.ll..t ,.. tin hviituloil mtiflrrul ni1 , Henry- - SI. Flagler, a rich oil and mil- - to riipeut that stuff, wo are guilty of builjnQM. wil) bo forovor barred. Sep- tattooed. Given undor my hand, this magnate or the anst, became uttering stuff. Bin way oau i v re- -i TIiIb Boptombor ISth, 1917. " j Vhoovor rolievos tlip onwny with tember 17th, 1017. J. R. WKLLRR Preeldent. omJ of a and churw- - far to It. Isn't it a DEMOCRACY we FOR FLETCHER'S qr money, victuals or anuiuuiltlou OLLA W DUFF, mid the .4, artifhs v. is five In? .n citUO was taken for tteft: W. S. TINSLEY, S r 12t3 J lau, dccaod. Ki. jwjjiiy harbors or iirotcct'i tm . ui i), (j 111. i r:. J Admr. Robert .i 'v. ji tary and Tf a urer. 1 j. Kor County Judge 1 -82-8- L. L. EMBRY. running. High cost of living has no terror for Squire Wlnson Smith. Ono day ,nson ,lrcw 3' ,ast wcck p" The Boardf Election Commission- meeting held on September u,0,n for 8ervlces ns n " crs at a f',r, scrv,c,; 20th, appointed the following list of!1"0 Flsea,i Cour' 2' ,ho ,,ct,t J,y nnd n'0,0 fo.r ,nnl" n proclnct election ofllcers for the rymg a coupiu. ino aiiuiru is run- suing year: courting, E. Hartford Leslie Qombs, E. P. nlng a Ford now, and If tho Circuit, Fiscal and inatrlmoninl, conBarnard, judges; Frank Black, sber-ff- f, tinues go)d ho will bo flying an W. E. Ellis, clerk." aeroplane beforo Christmas. W. Hartford J. II. Thomas, S. T. Harnett, Judges," S. F. Riley, sheriff; Wo have met some blooming preHenry Leach, clerk. varicators In our time but Stove May Beda James Balrd. W. II. Humto be phrey, judges; C. B. Shown, .sheriff; takes the cake. Steve clnlms personally acquainted with the man W. Q. Parle; clerk. , Sulphur Springs Wcller, in the moon. Lafo Fonzo Mldkiff. Judges; W. V. Hcn-froLike the man who swore the hore sheriff; Ellis Mitchell, clerk. good friend, Magan John Wcstorflleld, A. C. was sixteen feet high our Alec Porter, still has one of those Baughn, judges; W. D. Taul, sher"kept ns out of war" Wilson piciff; C. W.'Moseley, clerk. hanging on his wall. It reCromwoll Warren Shields, Jasper tures minds, ono of Moore's Last Rose of Leach, Judges; Delmar Stewart.sher-iff- ; , Summer. t ,ifSherman Taylor, clerk. Allen Taylor, Q. M. Cool Springs The seaside resorters are seeing Benton, judges; Neophus Taylor, instead of seserpente submarines sheriff; W. P. Bennett, clerk. ' O. McKlnney, this summer. Rockport P. North J. E. Maddox, judges; Wayne Ross, Birkhead, the undertaker, camo Insheriff; J. I. Hoslck, clerk. to this office the other day to arrange , S. O. Mnples, J. South Rockport when he II. Miles, judges; J. I. Clark, sheriff; for somo advertising, but proposed to pay for it in tradeNtis- Crit Hunter, clerk. Select N. H. Kcown, J. II. Stew- ley called the deal off. art, judges; Charlie Ranncy, sheriff: On his way down town yesterday W. I. Langford, clerk. morning Editor Tinsley, by tho accl- Horse Branch W. R. Hoovert Joe Miller, judges; T. B. Frymire, sher- dent of a hole in his pocket, lost about everything he had except his' Walker, iff; KLUOTION OFKICKHS HAVE BEEN' APPOINTED ' Hc.t wool felt base, toiiRh nnt! strong. Smooth surface both sides, with no con ligations. Shcrrtmlizod huge headed nails nnd cement inside each roll. S2.0."i -- !'!' welching 45 pounds per 10S squnie foot roll weighing &f pounds per 108 fqitnic foot roll 32.18 Highest quality Roofinjr. Extra heavy coating nnd saturation of Pure Asphalt. OHIO COUNTY HOOFING. cn-to- Attractive, excellent quality. Surfaced with coarse ground talc both sides impaiting a pleasing distinctive finish. A very good seller. Shcrr.irdizcd nails and cement inside each roll. weighing .15 pounds per 108 Fquarc foot roll SI.88 weighing Cft pcmulfi'per 108 square foot l oil 52.20 ly t best moderate priced asphalt roofing made. Durable and lastingly wateipioof. Big seller nnd wonderful value at these prices. Large headed nails nnd cement inside each roll. weighing "5 pounds per 108 square foot'roll $1.38, weighing 4G pounds per 108 square foot roll S1.68 weighing C5 pounds per 10S ftqunro foot roll $1.98 (The ly rounsviixi: special roofing. v EMERGENCY ROOFING. at Low priced material for n competitnc price. Better buildings. A ical value than ordinary competition grades. -- Nails and cement weighing .15 wcii'hing 45 weighing 55 included. pounds per 108 square foot roll pounds per 108 scrum e foot roll pounds per 103 square foot roll DUPLEX ROOFING. . $1.18 SLtS SL68 i Fordsviile Planing Mill Co. -- ". v ze Conserve the Feed But Don't Stint the Pigs - ' Tri-Stat- j at It is-fal- se X er . Glenmore Distilleries Company Owensboro, Kentucky re-bu- V pre-electi- ' nap-p.n- y "" ,,,, f-- .- - .,... i.f. r'. 1 Children Ory ' -- ' u- '' lrl i LM Cloaks and Coat Suits ! Mrs. Lorenzo Acton is In LouisMr. nnd Mrs. Joe White, of Narrows, roturneil Sunday from a few ville, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E., W. Patterson, where sho will probdays ylslt with relatives In ably remain for some time In order to ho near her husband, who is n reat Miss Mabel Duke, of Louisville, is cently drafted soldier, stationed Camp Taylor. the guest of her father, Mr. John A. Duke, and other relatives in HartMen Wanted To work In steel ford. foundry. Cood chance to learn various trades. Good pay and advanceMiss Sylvia Harnett, of Stcubcn-vlllPremiums paid for full week Is making an extended ment. Ohio, visit to relatives in Hartford and vi- nnd overtime. Situated in good town. NATIONAL CAR COUPLER cinity. COMPANY, Attica, Indiana. 1115, ; AM kinds of Junk, WANTED For Sale Fire Brick 3c each, nnd hides, wool, feathers nnd roots. Iron D. L. D. SANDEFUR, the following used material: Plpo from 1 Inch to, C Inch, Shafting, ncaver Dam, Ky. Ctf Bearings, Pulleys, Belting, Pipo Fittings, Saw Mill Carrlago Iteceedlng Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, of Dun-dovisited their daughter, Mrs. L. Springs and a lot of other saw mill JOHN T. JACKSON, Intl., last fittings. C. Patton, at Nevrburg, Hockport, Ky. 12tf week. o, e, m & Charming New S $2.00 Blouses I o m One of Which We Illustrate !??.... & s ME .,. fci re '!- -. W$5K .. m m m m m m m m We are prepared to show you the completest line of Cloaks and Coat Suits that we have ever shown, and the Quali ties are the best, the prices reasonable, and the styles are the latest. Come in .during the Fair and let us show you. Acquaint yourself with the styles and get the prices. A special invitation is extended to you to make our store your headquar- ters. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. 8 Judge John B. Wilson harvested Mr. E. E. Urowu and Mrs. Brown wcro in Owcnsboro Monday, for the about sixty flvo bushels of apples purpose of having Mrs. Crown's eyes from thirteen trees, making an m of Ave bushels to. tho tree. treated. m The apples were of fine quality, and n. Wright;, Jr., of Dawson the Judge has packed and shipped Mr. W. Springs, came up Wednesday to visit them to Henderson, where ho will bis sister, Mrs, C. E. Smith, and at- - have them put on cold storage. tend tho Fair. ft The'Ohlo County Fair, both yesterPike-vlll- e, Mrs. Ada Bnird Crawford, of day and Wednesday, .was well at- m There's always fl surprise in store for ub when we Ky after spending three or tended, better than the usual first and m four days here with friends, will re- second day crowds, perhaps in at'open a new shipment of Welworth Blouses for it turn home today. tendance. The exhibits are above the average and excellent speed rings seems that the new models are alwayB prettier than Harry May, with the I. C. It. It. marked these, the first two days. All those we had before. Co., located at Memphis, Tenn., spent former records In point of attendSunilay here with his' parents, Mr. ance, It Is believed, will bo broken These Blouses are so appealing in style and so y and Mrs. S. S. May. and unusual in value that tney nave won a nosi 01 aa- - w Itov. Creep, of Horso Branch, la at tho resiParvln Midkiff died mirers who are buying them repeatedly. conducting a protracted meeting at dence of his fatlier, Mr. W. P, Midthe New Uaymus Christian church, kiff, near Sulphur Springs, Thursnear Barretts Ferry. day, September 20, and was burled In tho family burying ground FriMr, M. D. Thomas, of Morgan, Ky., day. Funeral service was held by after spend- Kov. Greep, of Horse 'Branch. Mr. returned home "tTTT'll T ing a couple of dajs with his father, Midkiff was about thirty years old, E. P. Thomas, and other relatives, and had been in bed inoro than three hero. years suffering of tuberculosis. av-ora- ge Hi ? $ $ 0 I Buy a Welworth to-da- y, Blouse Tomorrow, and Learn How Good a Blouse $2 Will Buy. J&&i&CbL Hartford Republican. FRIDAY SK1TEMHKU 1!H non. Alvls S. Bennett, secretary sewing ma WANTED Expert Executive of the State Republican chine girls to do plain sewing. Pre spent the first of the iCommltteo, fer them to have knowledge of powweek hero with bis father and other er machine, however, we have experelatives. rienced and patient instructors to teach them. No labor troubles. Editor Ooonibs, of tho Herald,' Pleasant surroundings. AVant only Messrs. Howard 121113, A. C. Porter those of good moral character. Good 'and Judge C. M. Crowu visited the wages. Address THE F. A. AMES Centertown F. &. A. M. lodge on last OwcnsSaturday night. COMPANY, Carson & Co. i HI (Incorporated.) Incorporated, boro, Ky. e, 12tl KHAKI &&&&$&&&&&$&$&& rntST Miss Cecil White, ol Narrows, who dismissed her school, near Whltcs-vlllwa in Attorney Otto C. Mcr-tlon account of diphtheria in the Greenville Monday, attending to swno neighborhood, about ihree weeks ago, legnl business. reopened school Monday. Cecil Feltx, who has been chief clerk In Ilor's crocery for some years, " isvllle yesterday. Inns accepted a po&ition with the Pond Creek Coal Co., at Stone, Ky., For best quality of Rugs anfi Mat- land Heft recently 'to assume his du tings at lowest prices call on .Acton ties. 12t2 Bros., Hartford, Ky. A. C. Acton, senior member of tho firm of Acton Brothers, was in Lou T. L. R. It. TDIE TABLE. at Ellmltch 8:32 p. in. I No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvington ... 6:35 p.m. Lv. Irvington ... C:CC p.m. Dr. A. B. Riley, who wns recently Ar. Loulevillo . 7:40 p.m. Rev. Edgar Allen filled the pulpit commissioned First Lieutenant, U. P. .,. S:3G a. m. No, 111 Lv. Louisville at (ho Baptist church last Sunday Armr. Medical Officers Reserve Corps, Ar. Irvington ...10:06 a. m. morning and evening. has Tecelwd orders to rejort at Ft. Lt. Irvington ...10:40 a.m. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., and will Ar. Ellmltch .... 1:04 p. m. Hon. L. L. Enibry, candldtfo for leave Sunday. . TIME TABLE. VL, II. & K. K. Representative, to Mjccced Minself, Booth Bound, No. 115 In town yesterday. Mrs. EUzaboth Sliults !b critically m. was 6:45 a. Due at Hartford ill ut tho homo of 'her daughter, Mrs. North Bound, No. 114 Mrs. Mrs. Mary Lllos, of Beda, is visit- T. L. Liiyd, near Narrows. 5:C5 p. m. Due at Hartford ing her son. It. P. Hies, and Mri. Sliults Is about eighty years old. Slvo (Both "Mixed Trains.") Is tho mother of Dr. Z. II. Sliults, of Liles, In Kansas City, Mo. Pleasant Ridge. It is expected thai three Jier cent nemenihtr tho Furniture dealers jot tho soldiers recently bent io Camp Taylor will ho finally rejected. when In need of a ood plo:o of Personal News Furniture for wo have the Tho Ohio County Drug Co, prompt- goods at tho lowest and Social Euents, 1 ly fills mail orders, but lot tho cash, prices. ACTON BROS. :A Hartford, Ky. plus postage, accompany same. 13t2 12t2 L...K. No. 113 duo : lo rock-botto- m Dr. E. W. Ford, who has lately Tho Ohio County Drug Co. selH In trie drug Hue. lipf.n roin missioned Cantaiu in the U. Reserve 1312 S. Army. Medical Officers Cash makes good friends. Corps, lias been assigned to tort u Buy your Roofing Paint from Mr. T. J. Jones, of Hot Springs, Oglethorp, Ga nnd will leave Sun12t2 Bros. I,!.. iitnlliim tra i muiiici, .nit,. day for that placo. is vising, Aril., I.. ..I..(il..a was F.innlo Gentry, near Prentiss. Mr. Ira Jones, of White Run. Miss Bosalo V. Fltzhugh, who 1ms hero Monday. Mrs. C. It. Morrison, of Reynolds spent much of her tlmo In recent visiting friends nnd at- years In Michigan, has sold her teal Seo Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, Station, is esfhto there, and has returned to tending tho Fair hero this week. Plaster and Cement. Sulphur Springs, where she will take Miss Ora May Gentry and Mr. up her permanent residence. per Good Patent Flour for $12.00 12t2 Shelby Sliults, of Prentiss, havo geno barrel ut Acton Bros. 1'or Sale Jnst recnlved from the to Bowling Green to enter school. Gonerator, provmakers a 250-llgMr. Ed. Taylor, of Russellvlllo. is ing too largo for the purpose desirMr. and Mrs. Jack Travis, of horo attending tho Fair. n. Ohio, uro visiting Mr, It. A. ed, will be sold at u very great JACKSON. JOHN T. relatives hero. Mrs. S. A. Anderson, of Louisville Anderson and other Rockport, Ky. 12tf is visiting roiutlvos horo. Dr. J. W. Taylor will occupy tho Mosdnnioa. Ruth oillcos s Mr. Martin Collins, of Mompltl. Ipord'8 of Dr. B. W. Ford during Dr. TTIiialnv nf Alnl.nnll Hudson nnd Lydla MBr.V COUUti': torm of barvlco In. tho army. .Tnn., Is bora nttondlng tha Flr. I . Smith, of Falls of Hough, and Martini ' Mrs. Richard Pollock and daugh- Ward, of" It. 3, Hartfonl, were guests Tho Ohio County Drug Co. ter, Kllwibeth; of Prontlss, are vUit- - df Mr. W. G. Ilannttt from Wle- I"t2 tho name and placa. Ing relatlvoe In Nashvlllo vthls wook Idsy aftarnoon until Tliursilay worn- Iitg. Mlw Orlol Kloldaii, of Hndron, Mrs. W. T. , Mrs. C. P. Koown raturnad Hit lat is tho guost of Mr. and Dr. F. II. DoWttt, of Roekport, re ter part 'of last weak from n visit Woodward. to frlands and rulatlvta in Owtns-bor- cently comnilssloilwl First Lleuttii ant in tho US. Army, OWcors Mtl-lc.t. J. F. Vlokers, of Owangboro, Rosarvo Corps, has boon orderis Hero vishlng friends and attendiWnguns! Tito,COLUM- ed to report, and wilj loavo Sunday Wiikoiu ' ing tho Fair. BUS WsBon Is tht btst. Just rtcolr-- d aftarnoon for Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., 'for duty. Tha family of a ear lotd. Cowo to sat nit. Mr. aionii TlusV siwut Sturdy LUTIIBR CHINN, Lieut. DoWltt vlll make their homo Halle)' G''y taJ-doand Sunday with , his .ib u e Beaver Dam, Ky. hoie, at la&t Bcvler. Seo Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. nearly everything Ac-to- ' ht Steu-bonvlll- bar-giil- o. al X' Vi son and Mrs. Bob. Wilson. VSED Mr. Frank Haynes is on the sick IN INDIA IN 1848 list. Some of the young people are goWashington, Sept. 22. What is tho origin of khaki? To whom are ing to the Fair at Hartford this week, while others would Hko to go, wo indebted for it? It was adopted in British India hut are too busy with their work. Mr. Frank Allen is visiting his in 1S48 by Sir Harry Burnett Lums-dewho had been asked to equip a son in Owensboro at present. Mr. Charllo Christian is very poorcorps of guides to collect intelligence and to coilduct an English ly with cancer. There were some remarkable coin- force on the north-wester- n frontier cidences in tho lives nnd deaths of of India. Tho cloth used was a NOTICE OF LETTING , ' "ltdAD CONTRACT Miss Esther Renfrow and Mr. Parvln light cotton drill, as suited tho cliMidkiff, lioth of whom died near Sul- mate of Hidustan, and took its Notice is hereby given that on tho They name from a native term, "khaki," 4th day of October, 1917, at tho ' phur Springs September 20. joined the church on tho same day, which means In the Urdu language court houso door in Hartford, Ky., were baptised on the same day.tiy the "dusty," being derived from "khak" bids will bo received and contracts same preacher, died on tlio samo day, or dust. Thus the term is applied to let by tho Ohio County Fiscal Court ' were hurled on tho same day and tho color of the cloth rather than to for the grading and construction of their funerals were conducted by tho the material, says the Popular Sci- about four miles of inter-count- y seat : same minister. Hartence Monthly for September. Tho State Aid Road as follows-dictionary tells us it Is prtfnounc-e- d ford and Owensboro public road from the kaykee by the natives, tho Eng- a point near Alexander schoolhoU30 21!" acres superior For Sale Green river bottom landr sonio hill, lish have given it to us as kharkce, about two miles north of Hartford to tho precinct boundary lino between will dtvido to suit purchatter, lVi and this is tho correct pronunciation. d, Having been approved, the use of tho voting precincts of Beda and 1 mile from miles from Rockport, thatVs from Station Zero to Echols, oxcellent corn and hay land, tho Cloth spread from the guides to , as outlined' in tho adjoining acres producing this year others In tho Indian army, and lt was last station from 50 to fiO bushels corn per aero. worn in the Sepoy mutiny of 1S57 by plans and specifications of said work Prlco $2(1.00 per acre, onojihird cash, tho English troops. In the Boer war, of construction heretofore approved 1899-190khaki was adopted In the by tho Fiscal Qourt and by tho Stato balance 1, 2 and 3 years. service for an active service Commissioner of Public Roads of JOliri T. JACKSON, British uniform, and so worn by all EngJIsh Kentucky, which plans aro on fllo Rockport, Ky. 12tf But in tho ofllces of Road Commissioner and colonial troops In Africa. of tho State of Kentucky, In Frankclosing an adjourned as cotton was not warm enough for Just alter tho African highlanders, uniforms of fort, Ky., and County Judgo of Ohio session of Circuit Court hero yesterserge, county, at Hartford, Ky., for examday, Judge Slack recoiled a telegram tho samo kind were mado of , and tho term khaki thus Included ination. from tho Governor directing him to Said bids will be received nnd congo to Williamsburg, Whitley coun- woolen as well as cotton fabrics. tract let for construction of said road it was well fitted for the ty, to hold a special term of court to of Cuba and tho Philippines either by tho mile or by the entire an election contest suit. Judge hear tho job in tho discretion of tho Fiscal Slack's service at tho Whitley cap tho United States choso khaki for Court at said tlmo, nnd bids will bo may necessitate tho nppolntmoiit i soldiers' uniforms during tho ital received nnd contracts let for tho war. Da- of a special Judgo to open the construction of tho various and sevvloss Circuit Court at Owcnsboro eral sections of eald road, considSPECIAL NOTICE. Monday. Tho I am leaving tho latter part of this ering ono milo to tho section. v Harrlspn. estimated amount of work for tho weolc for Ft. Bonjamln KOKMEIt Hl'KSI.X.V WAR All completion of said work In its enInd., to bo gone indefinitely. .MINISTER IS (5UILTV parties knowing themselves Indebted tirety is as follows: Fences rebuilt, 35 rods; trees and to mo will plcaso como forward and Potrograd, Sept. 2fi. Gen. stumps; earth excavation, 9113 cu. sottlo samo at once. formor Minister of War, yds.; rock excavation, 2S3G cu. yds.; DR. A. 11. RILEY. was Hontuncml to hard labor for llfo . oarth excavation bor, 10G9S cu. ' 88 iiu. ft., 2i-tyds.;C. M. P. lS-iaf ter conviction of tht ohargVof lilvh IWIRVll'.W. 4.4 cu. treason in Uie court haro today. Evorybody is busy now 2S Iiu. ft.; concrete Sept. 2C. wan acqult-ttd.- J euttlng tobacco ana corn, and getting yds.; 179.2 cu. yds.;. Madam Soukliomlliioft 15094 . 331.9 eu.'yds.; reinforcing ready to miw wheat and nuiko Gan. Soukhomlliiolf was convicted lbs.; macadam loose, 1S0 cu yds. En cu bidder must accompany hla also on the churgtw of abuse of conMr. Barnlo Wilson, of this fidence and fraud. want to Dyersbura, bid with a bond or certified check -- a; . puyable to S. O. Keown. Sheriff of j Tauu., has raturnod homo. Ohio county, for the sum of $500.00 Mr. Marlon Haynes, from Boon-villTHIRD HKOI3II5NT OVK as a guarantee that If the work is Ind., spent Friday with his FOR HATMHSHURG, M1KS. awarded to him lit will enter into n Mary B. Wilson. Kentucky Everybody Is preparing to go to Contract with the Fiscal Court for Tlie Third Rajjlmant, The Fiscal Natiunal Guard, whlth luoludtt Co. tho singing couvontlou nt Roslno Sun- tho same. arvas tho right to reject any ami all . Camp Staaley, day. II, of Hartford, ltit tt Lexinsrton, Wtdnesday. for the MUi Mas Daulal. from Taxas, s- 1.1,1m JNO B. WILSON, J O. C C. c MiksHblppi i.i itu'inuftu Han'tM-nriitiug her relatives Mrs, Ola WHn, Miss Esther Renfrow died at Jho residence of her brothers, Will and James, near Mt. Vernon church, Thursday of last week. After funeral services conducted by Rev. Greep, of Horse Branch, her remains were Interred 1n tho Sand Rock burying ground, near Sulphur Springs, Frij day. Miss Renfrow was about forty years old at the "time of her death. g: Bu-for- 2, Be-cau- cll-ma- to Souk-hotnltno- n. a. a, r, sis-ta- Cou-t.ro- ' j i iWHIUjIffiarJiavlng tho rows closer than this. CLOTHING SET ON 4 Inch drills Tho much advertised HOTEL giro no better yields than tho ordlim-- I FIRE GY DULLETS ry type, It Indeed as good. Wheat should novcr bo sown deeper than Attorney Law AtUlsniilc to IMow Garden Tills Fall. Central Kentucky or tho tobacco belt. 11"",-...- an tV (n f,.-- ... it nnn.1 ! tunlnl rrrtt 1. it ta , OIVU III IMUIOl (SKIMfANY'N . t !.... f ...v, nnrfnv To- ,. . I1. . NKU MHTIIOI) TO, uu, HAUTPOKD, KY. Kany plowing is necessary ior im n ifsd y perfectly covered ' Many UKSTKOV INVADKUS .IIIK Will practice his iirofesslon la Vht early garden. Land plowed In the fall , bacco Company, predicts an average mv J -rx ! .i uu i WUAKUNINf.. . , ffir 1ita vnnr'fl rrnti nf 5fi fonts nor'' nnd ndjolulng countl. Commercl V win urj quicnur aim i. ...- -, deep. .., ...... .. eiB unnecessarily M.nfull.. Wheat. Jid Criminal Practice n SpfclnJty. al.r.,.1.1 l.n .lollln.l niani sooner ii an snrinK nioweu lanu. jiuuuu. i."ai"i"u .1.... A ' D"g,,m "" I..... ,.,1,1, ll, rrnlor nf tnlnfrn .there will ..... no wi. pa nnd wide The fall plowed garden should be left be sk bc and tho Increased demand every-- 1 spaces between tho drill rounds, Hrltlsh Front In France and Ilcl Of AMERICAN IDttlS I In the furrow sllco unworked, T l'oor . Sept. 23. That phnso of tho catch where In this and forolgn countries ....... ...... Blum, cause this rough surfaco will .UUU lUHU'B 1WI t n n rrnn I n I - Ul llllllf) lll,lUUll 11 ll In a city wline food liottli buttle of Flanders that occurred Inst the winter rain anil lot mo waior ,uicrc ib, iuiuut i,uiiii, . b" gjcraljiy t0 tow y0ia ' bound, the PowbtUn htttt the sub-sobelow; moro vnnco indicated. Tobacco men of. Ihursday nnd which hns been charInt. toak Into the It It first In th hurtt of its poll molsturo Is stored; more of tho oxperlenco who navo nanuicu mn- acterized as the Hattlc of llonlii ro.i I Ky. XOTICK. countrymen. was largely a mnttcr of hh-lorurfaco soil fllnds Its way Into tho lions of pounds of the weed say that ( Wo npilii call the at lent Ion nf our crop will not ( Highway and Hard local fighting wns Mill oDenlnc In tho subsoil thus loosening without a doubt the the yield readers to tho fn't tlint The Iteptili in progress nt u point west of Ohelu- and ameliorating tho latter. Thelniako more than one-haDesign. higher masses of surface soil granu- - of last season, and growors aro begin- - jcnn ,vnt publish no commtmlcailon-- i rclt, known as "Tower Hamlet," ,,., m,t notwithstanding the dctermliicd Influence of alternate ,ning to feel tho same way about the ,;Ilc,i by tlio author. Few late under the freezing nnd thawing and sun and outlook. mc 'I week pass that anonymous articles Ii rrfnutnl ...,. a. rain. If a garden is forked or spad" tlin Innt . ' nw arc not received and it Is not our , . Cheaper Scabbios Dip Approved. ed no attempt should be mado to lev.sire to hurl neusy Itein.s into tho iiutu 10 uisioiiga mo iirmsii troops, The Towlulan 7 rflincil, tx who had battled their way forward Washington, D. C. Tho uso of a ' u nslc basket. This el it. cluiiTf, and restful. t nnonyinoii.s com. In Usually at this season the subsoil weak solution of nicotine in dipping' itinnfmif Inn pittr. lit cfiiftvl nni.li t. n..ts so gallantly over tho marshy, wood-"c- d location on 1'rntmlr.ima. Avenue, 18th an.l II Streets, ground west of that place. is not wet and therefore will not be scabby sheep and cattle Is a, proved ;nt lho hca(. ,)f (le tnaket il n desirable headquarm HKAVKH DAM, KY. ter lor bridal cnuples, tourist puddled by hand ing. Winter freez- - ,n an order issued today by the It was reported that tho Hrltlsh must bJ m,licrC(1 liarties, conventions, Schools and ing mellows and disintegrates tho rotary of Agriculture. This dipping battalions that captured Shrewsbury ., ' colleges. , n The Powhatan Forest and 11 til car Wood, to the attracts the subsoil. Leaves or similar differs from that hitherto ro compiled with, a Ofllco Jnniett Taylor's Uvery Uarn. hut tho manuscript east of ol culture and education, feople ing material to bo worked into tho required! by tho elimination of sul-so- il tha former place, In Thursto State, War and, must bear the writers' signature. Natr Departments, also to man? day's drivo, experienced a now kind ars moro plentiful in autumn. phur. of historical I.oiris interest, THE EDITOR. msVct this hotel especially atof German frlchtfulness. Tho adThis fall working also gives the soil j Changes have been mado follow-tim- c tractive to a discriminating pubspring plant- - ing a sories of careful experiments vancing troops aro said to havo been to settle before lic. Ing. Soil worked deep in the spring, in the effort to cheapen tho expense fired on with "flaming I Tht 'Powhatan ofers roomi bullets." RUSSIA PUZZLED AT T'lth detached bath at Sl.SO. leaving an opening below, may dry .of dipping scabby animals and at tho These bullets set tha men's clothing S2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath. U SO, 11.00 and up. PnillUlT ttU!l.r.l In nflra and, lu several instances, ac out badly, ospcclally If much coarse same time to insuro the effoctivo-organi- c I ntunirtr., ur itu lea U vl4Ain pat r NTs Write fr !ooMtt iith map, KORNILOFFS PLANS cording to tho account received here, matter is worked in shortly nes of such treatment. Duo largo-befoTHAT PAX. a.Ttn. Hum ttii.roufUlj, t our CLIFFORD It. LEWIS. j ly !ni, aixl i rip j v to mere... planting. wounded men hnd to bo rolled in the to tho heavy requirements for . 8i4 1'odtO. i&oluurtkricti for THCC r'jirt Manace on U.UMllljr. M, During tho first sunny days of ear- - sulphur In war industries, tho price by their comrades to extinguish I inctk-x- . mud SUB- !l? 111 PASSING REFCDCNCCS. For fr. Onto. Jy spring the rough surface of fall 0f this element has greatly incre.is- - KKKKN.SKY AM) GKMCR.Wj ikk) on irori.tji. WKKF. j i&itDiiinazr1 Sovnnth Casualties Heavy. turned land dries and flocculates. It ed. in the dip as formerly mudo - vMmi1 IX CONSULTATION HKFOHK WASHINGTON, Stront, D. C. t Tho German military cotlo In th is in condition to work down and be up, thereforo, two comparatively cost-- ; KKitKIiLIO.V. m'rnv-?:-Tr-F planted to early vegetables in March ly substances were used. It is be- -' past has taken little count of losses ' or sometimes in February. On tho Moved that tho elimination of one of In men, If results could be achieved j present instance tho German other hand, land which lies unturned, these substances will materially de- -' THE Petrograd, Sept. 22. Tho contro- In tho SEWINQ smooth and flat during a wet winter crease the cost of this dip. countor attacks havo not only been j li n ts?si AVilt ",v"' t",v" " in, nt Mia wisftnw nn,t o. l "' T.. .,..!. I , uuiuuuu .tu a,.,u,.ub .!. u.c a U -- r. .1. n,.nln., e..rf,,. -- -- .w costly, but useless, for tho British ar- - ( MACHkNK s.. Korn,,off rebellon las proved to be OP tlllory in a majority of cases have , iu iii ii a mo wet 10 nunuiu uiuh iuic. a dipping solution in wnicn nicotine the sensation of the day. Petrograd torn WILL YOU QUALITY. Is the active agent, the United States the advancing columns to bits newspapers publish columns of revelrfiitl driven tho survivors back In has-- ' TAKE OUR' Department of Agriculture also ap- Lookout For Your Seed Potatoes I ations and interviews with tho chief ty retreat. How great tho proves the use of a lime and sulphur German fow. actors In tho revolt and, while much NOT losses havo bce.n it is, of course, Im- - j of Is inexplicable. It is agreed Now Is tho time to go through tho solution in the official dipping that 110- - 'possible to estimate, but it can potato field and remove diseased sheep and cattle for scabbles. be, U SOLO gotiatlons between Premier Kerenskv N,D E R definitely thut they were explants. If one has not a seed plot A Trialoien! nnd (Inn. KornllnlT for thn pstnlillsli. statetl ANY ceedingly severe. already,and intends to save seed from KertlllliiB Wheat. n strong B0TCrnment ilt 1t.. OTHER (or WEAK Incnt ot Prisoners say that their casualties his field, it is advisable to select a Xo fertilizers should tfe used In theitrograd prPCeiicd tho rebellion. Tho NAME. LUNGS or during tho last few days of the Brit good portion of the field and take Central Blue Grass section this fall. march of Gen Korniloffs troops on particular care to remove wilted m the fertilizer tests .conducted by tho capila, ls bn(1 t0 hav0ljcea art ish bombardment prior to the attack CONSUMPTION WARflANTED FOR ALL TIME. were very heavy, and especially on blackleg, the Experiment Station, not a sin- plants (those affected with of n sci,enie, If you purclmv the NKW HOMK you will the night of September IS. Durini; have a Ilfo nv.it nt the prico you y, fusarium, etc.), as well as dwarfed gie bushel of increase has ever been Uq nUSsMn Volya says the nuJ will A quick relief for thai llrrtt. rundovrn frcllnc. that night ration parties were so bad- - not haxunncnillntn chain of and mixed varieties. obtained on wheat, in the Central ,atons hav0 a overwhuhnlll. couclu, palm In chril. nlcht iral, hemor j inr-were unnui To secure vigorous, healthy potato BIue Grass section, by the use of any ,nipress,on rbicrt, rjk lunci or consume! Ion. U It iloc on the members of tho jj siiiusiieii jiiui to reach the front lino troops 'with rol belp you tl coil you nothlotf. luanis, sueu shouiu oe uumiueu irom Kind of commercial fertilizer at sow government who were not initiated c Quality food. a strain that is uniformly healthy ing time. lock qo oio nuin UlLUIUrlL. nn ucniPAi UUi into the plan and that these MinisConsidered UIIIU COLllMntto rt Tho Battle of Menin Hoad hns fur and robust. Clean storage should Everywhere outside of the Blue ters aro awaiting Premier Kerens-ky'- s it u the nished further evidence of that de-- 1 then bo provided. Before planting Grass section a fertilizer which sup- explanation. r termination in the fighting qualities the seed should be treated with cor- plies phosphorus only should be used. Cheapest Gen. Savlnkoff, of tho which lias been going on in the Ger rosive sublimate, four ounces to 30 Xo farmer can afford to use commer War Department and later commandin tlie end gallons of water. Only clean land, cial nitrogen and potash at present er of the Petrograd troops sent aglnst man lines for some time It must I or prices, even if they give some not bo nssumed from this statement tr r.uv land tnat lias Had a tnree-yea- r, Gen. Korniloff, declares that he was C " Jl J'c a four or five year rotation, crease which if. entirely unlikely, dispatched Germans aro in a demora'-- ' to Gen. Korniloff by Pre- that tho If you w.mt a scwlnc machine, write for During the last few days our latest cnt.iIoKtio bvfora you purchuM. Ized stato. should be planted to potatoes. Spray- - Acid phosphate, steamed bone meal, mier Kcrensky, who had resolved to ing with Bordeaux mixture ma' bo or basIc siag supi,iy phosphorus. Two proclaim fought with great detenu!-- 1 Tbs New Home Sewinz Machina Co., Orange, Mass. martial law, with a mission ,they have skillfully, advisable, particularly in the north- - hundred pounds per acre of one of' to but they arc antion and ask the Russian commander In cm parts of the State. Seed plots these should be used on every acre chief to not so good as they were. send to Petrocrad a cavalry no estaniisiied each year of wheat sown in the state this fall Change hi Attitude. snouKi corps am, tho "savago" division which should receive special care and It is significant perhaps that tli region. ot the Blue-grns- s (ler comniand of a General other than from which weak or diseased plants ine oxperimeius oi tne aiauon on Gen. Krymoff. who was in bad polltl- - countor attacks delivered by the should be removed. wore 'ck,nB its soil field in various areas of tho cal ropule Gen. Korniloff broke the c,nci"y ",tho "rst '' state havo shown remarkable increas- - agreement by sending both Krymoff the Intensity of previous counter at Indications Show Short Hut Icy Crop. es from tho use of lime, on all soils all(l tho savago" division toward tacks, although the Germans had known that tho offensive was pend- Tobacco men wno havo made a where phosphorus is needed. Ground j10 capital. POPULAEMECHANICS ' ing and had had time to prepare for canvass of the hurley growing belt limestone used in connection with ..... ...,.-- . 4w. ,... m..c I' pi,,,,. evontualitici. to be profitable within tho past ten days, make the phosphorus The Uech bays that Gon Korniloff In this connection a change has ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLE5-3- 00 prediction that the crop this yCar'I,rovl(le't l can be obtained at a reas.j,jrew ,lp a plan for the haivation of rFXP Informed of tho World's Progress in been nofrd in tho attitude of captur- . 1 n 1tr Rill not produce more than half the oable price Mm nminH , inmimloliiir ........, i s.. w.l.im. .. Apparently they officers. Father nnd San and All the Tamlly. It appeals trtr,n. nmtwtn PiepnVatir.n of the Seed lied , HM'al yield, stating that indications . .....-.-rif.l nn.4 Vn..n - ..iriliinu till tnn1lrlf.e um, (tin SMUttneltnt Inn rt cdaerinnn hnvo faith in tho future t)ltmCQ ,onger V"M" .wutiKV. It Is tlio I OTorlto St.aotliiii In thnu.Jto( point to one of tho shortest crops in Wheat grows best in a firm seed railroads and war workshops and th and hnvo abandoned hope of success orri.winlcnia uroronatantlr i n tlio Uh ten to fifteen years. Tho crop in bed. Under no circumstances should restoration of officers' disciplinary tor tliluss uoir anil loicruailmi soil It ls the Western theater. Tho thing tlii-r. n ntntimfl nli tn ss'linl t (rsl Itiinil a oltu " ... rnilinl Written So You Can Understand It s.um.u. .vv..llu. Tmitiinlris Aniisillnn In oi'ui-.- " """- - "- i'u.B. mlilnti T)snnitn. Irwnn..- -; n thov aro most Interested In now Is i"' I'ngwl led. A good noition of tho cron has lows corn, tobacco, cow peas, toy lected. Noverthelebs Korniloff nrom-- l peace. fiir bl.op tt ork nj frvtlcalfiiiJ? Pprlij.nt isti nuy wujrsrontslD. tor tinGUARAXTKEU HEIIVK been cut this week. Tho long beans or any cultivated crop. Tho lsed Gen. Savlnkoff that ho. would AmaUur Machanlca (17 Vtgf) for tho Ho an.l Ono hundred per cent On the other hand, tho mornlo of ..i..Hu irt. Ken-- j best preparation is a light disking to givo full obedlonce to Kcrensky. drouth tliioughout Central In iw. an.l ..'utj.n,iiiuKirii.iowinraiftM Hnon tlnlllla. 1 nginni, llout. value. Special work for W. tho Hrltlsh troops has never been at .bm Ji.wHrj. H.il no. IVintiloa In lucky, coupled with tho fact that cover trabh and loosen up enough soil order to mako possible the proclama- atruQt loos for thu Mvchttalc,Oumrer an.lHiorl.iuau O. W. so high a pitch as at present. Evcry- ....,. n.. inu Mnn.i .,,,-,-..- . . ... . 6INCLC COPIES. ISi JI.BO PtR VCAR ..i ft . i lining oi .t. noa oi ... i ubii. Orar fN. yar mmMiIw ar airaal twm Ik. tufciuhf niuiiiui !..; r... C....l1. iiiums never Biurieu iu tuicr .i.n scuu, jiucr uitKiiiH, a '.. W. F. STEVENS, nlnl- l- ... ,,,,,, ,.,. - fl,ia ii,,, .. ...., ........ Hl(, .... ..Sampla copy Mill ba aant on laauaat. growlng, ls given as the main reason 'plank drat; should bo used to level ordered tho dispatch of cavalry to U. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE!V hamo feeling. Tho men aro Imbued a Na. Mkhlvan Aw.hu. ruirann Jot a short crop vvhllo tho acreage tho land. If It Is necessary to disk Petrograd. Representing Continental with tho idea that they havo proved is not as largo through the Hurley deeply to cover trash, as ls sometimes j Vladimir Lroff arrived at army themselves stronger than their adMarble & Granlto Co. Much of true of corn land, a roller should bo headquarters, tho Uech says, with versaries and tlioy arc filled with the a ! belt as was first thought. . from tho tobacco was badly fired and grow- used to compact the seed bed. throo alternattvo proposals to see tho affair determination Tho first was through to tho finish. When land Is plowed, tho plowing Premier Kcrensky. ers cut It rather than run the risk of I I early as tho reniov- - tho resignation of Kcrensky, tho sec- It being further damaged. Few should bo done as Tho arrival of the American troops rJAfJP QH5 RETHg LJUKCS fields of dead ripe tobacco aro seen ul of tho preceding crop pormlts, In ond was tho formation of a directory In Krnnco lias dono much to mako anywhere. Much of tho crop will order that tho seed bed may be got- - within tho cabinet, with tho partlci- - oven stronger this confidence. Everynot mature even If rain comes, and ton firm. The later tho plowing Is nation of Kcrensky and Korniloff, where tho WITH isrQ at tho front arc with excessdvo moisture tho crop can done, tho greater tho necessity for and tho third provided for tho ap- - talking about their new alllea from i bo damaged. Speculators havo been thorough working, especially rolling, polntmont of Korniloff as dictator. tho United Stntes, and it is agreed II -1 KJ says, busy throughout tho entire Hurley Without any excoptlon it pays to pre-- 1 J Gen. Korniloff, tho nowbpapor that tho Americans will mako a magbolt and many crops are reported paro a seed bed sonio time before clioso tho directory, but M. Lvoff ' nificent addition to tho lighting powfcold at li to 20 cents, with numcr- - sowing tho bced If it can possibly bo falsely announced to Kereusky that FOR er of tho Allies In tho West, and r" ."W. ous sales mado at $200 per aero ol done. Koriillon liatl commissioned nun io i llat hQ ncw comulnatIon wm i)e I AND ALL THROAT AD Ll'liOVnCUaLES binvpyed ground. domantltui? vjnciijio. rinntlng. Time of ipiesont nn ultimatum guauanxi:ed I ait 5 Experiments havo shown that Oc- - that ho bo given solo dictatorship. J Tho markets which hnvo opened ft OR MOIIEV nni?UJIEl). 6 up In tho Curoliuus nnd othor lober 1st to 10th is tho safest time u llio Inovoo rromva imimusiicb Southern States show an advance In to plant wheat In Kentucky, cvery- - hlmllar story and adds that when I piicos, and nccordlng to reports on thing considered. In southern part Promler Kereusky having received yon ft-I IfinureTTnt to tmrfftd VK.i,MTlW7r ioumusiMio l the Maryland markets tho prices uru of tho Stato It is safer to wait until tho ultimatum, telegraphed to Gen. i Scr For Infants and Children VJ nl.at Is new In business nnd lndc- trs. Ill intention unit Lrionre. tho lilghubt in thlity years. Tolmc- - October 10th to 20th when there Korniloff: J IJ . V j Years Gtt cut of tlie rut! get on the tliiur Uim. R.ciI fl n4 u tv co giowers pi edict tobacco nvitrugo booms much danger of Hessian fly at- "Do you Insist?" Korniloff thlnk- - in Use For Over for tho Hurley belt of $20 per hun- - tacks, l.ato seeding Is thd only poa- - lug tho quostlon referred to tho sec- - Always HasSi2F2S! the "Yes, I Signature 2;Ighor. drcd and potlu!y which slblu way of controlling this pest. ,ond alternative, answered: pnocuifDAriDonrctincn. v '!, !u,ii lVu crul lri.i wktrioLminlni.iiiut) tut. t. lAs,L Seeding Wheat. tnw 10 vould mean an lucroaso of about 3 : insist." Tlioroupon Koronsky, Im- mj. rim.i.4,1, N nit. couriTnica cents ovor lust souson, and thou- Improved Circumstances. It pays to sow fivo to blx pocks of aglnlng thut Korniloff had deniandtrio mnft Intrrrttlne ami useful marailn. nJ JiiulHt't Sir rf ji i ll' tk'tcn met tiuif.tu worth. Kvery uiouta mottryantij ,ntitfi2Wil, MintU of dollnis In tho pocketu of tho seed per aero in Koutucky. The ed a dictatorship under tho throat of Father (at head of tablo) When tlie J "v 300 Picture!-- " 300 Article! i htrliijeifnt Pract'ci EicIUsJvs'y. negotla-- i growers. It Is further stated that Station has proved this by ropontod civil war, broko off tho was a boy I wan glad onougli to eat pi w t ft, f nil for only'13 cents. All th new Idrai lrl & i t'jut, taw toltat rtUs Tatsat Ptca, Ll Except under tho most tlotis. the increased tlouiuud nu. ' bv 'lie osporliuonts. dry bread for my dinner. Intentions In electricity ami wireless. In VnoiTlNQTON. o. C. autaiiiuliilo ir.d (.emplanes, In slioywork ml ."WK&(VHI2S'mcjTfwT'rmra.JJ Small Daughter Well, daddy.you Tho former supromo army com- wir i.nd tho fact that inunufuttarors "orablo condltloiiB, as when wheat m laruiuc. nt.il in umnmery, nio short on tholr holdlnis, will m.i- - is gown rathor early on rich tobacco mlsbury ut lieadtiuartersi, Gon. Filo- - aro having a much bettor tlmo now How tu inalto thlnes. at lioms. to psceseYery on ill. incluililii refriirerators. tiuitry C pecks par Chicago furniture, nutoDiobUa shop repairs, etc. houses. termlly incre punk, however, declares that Gen. you aro living with us. tho prlco for tho land or on fallow land, product over the loose leaf b'reakn. aoro pays bdttur than live. Ilowaro Korniloffs revolt wns known months Herald. Ins. steDsATinr Ideas. It Is full of money-mal- t It ts wnltcn In plain tnclislt for aeo nJ bos. uro of soiultnuu who advortlso vurlotlot in udvanco and that tho domonstra- Wnrelioiisomon ovorywhoro 15 Centi a Copy ?1.G0 (1 Yar Ittislncss Hcholamlilp. rKli)K gioworu not to .sull to spocu- - of wheat which require a seeding of tl.ins In his favor ut tho Moscow con- Get It from a newsilealir or write direct to Wo have for sale, a scholarship, Fllo- I'upular Science Monthly, ts) fourtit Are., N.Y. 30OD r: lators anil to hold tholr crop nnd get only n peck or two pur ucro. Thero cress woro no accident. Gon. V pnrp YaitSiaprlrMiJf."JZcilaa In prico tho increase Iheiusolvo. i absolutely .no varloty of wheat ponko, whon arrested by Korniloff, good for n coinpleto course In either 1 lUCi (ar "Uia ni ssisUm tali Hr. or und Accounting - that glvoa as profitublo yields nt till ihroatoncd to commit sulcldo, but Bookkeeping Another UiIiik that is helping to adStenographers Courso In the Owens-bor- o vancp tho tobacco pilco is the Indt- - rate an nt 6 to 0 pecks per acre, Secured Korniloff reassured him. H ftX..1".'," H"or Your Monoy Back Husluoss & Industilal College. satlbfactory correspondent of tho Izvostrya acreage t Probably tho most The oi ii r it curtailing in the wnwsiwn tho r:ll rts Cull on Tlio ltonuliliruu for Fine cuutako ""iniramilW ,t' Hit'' ' V v) n ii cr thut Gen. KornHulT'g "strlk-t'-r- - For particulars apply at Republican i re a't iii drill is tho single disk typo that puM 'ajWivfiiii ,, iuvuiio. tfl.w. i..i,.ri Is Uraut, -' -- U 7 tirlKS urart. office YW jn!l r v,j Hip 'S'( ''' alOUttlUt) Of )rg battalion" still iOI i'lHuiShsfc,. ' In I J Farm Department ln...l,ll .,,,t -1 Iperlments hate hown no ndvnntngo 5:lM3e) Professional Otto C. Martin at St , 1 v nmkim msm tV--- ... ',,,"' lf , "'". 1 I ...., Mf ,...,. H 1 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, il to-da- y y. Drainage f """' ' Is. "" 4 ' excel-Irn- DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON loosen-'solutio- Sec., ... ,., .,,. ,, ' sH m v. Vjk TrtADC-MAriK- MlllsMfe B re I OX-BO- B , ' ....., r '"'' 'lui NEW wwm ' St HOME 'HFl rep-ilr- GERMINAL REMEDY -- FcncBminrc ji rove-plan- ts FOR ONE MONTH im MMmm .r &PKd iVLAGAZINB r J ...j - - I ' iuv nt - - k ..it u, l KJL!Lth8(DUQM ESiijc's old-time- rs Get on the Firing Line I t. aw BisGewery ""$ CF -- M satis CASTOR 30 A -- ZA -- . ropukr Science ml Monthly .1 F ri I s,3r1ffrK MWSSaM ITSO'IM s,' 'M: 'i; 1 'i.i'U.i 'i i- t I corps, crossed flags vlth a flaming torch; medical corps, a wand entwined by two serpents; quartorwas-to- r corps, gold key crossed with IS NOW UPON US sword and surmounted by a wheel and eagle; ordinance, a bursting sholl. Ho will also wear UN'CIiK SAM'S WHATIIKR strlpo around his cuff. OIVK OUT WAIINIXO A the ANB ABVICK. '' samo First Lieutenant Inwill wear one Insignia and addition Buforo you buy you should examine our hand singlo silver bar on each sido of his mado farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of 'collar. On his overcoat ho wears a Washington, Sept. 22. Tho pres- slnglo scroll of narrow black braid. & the very best matorial and last far longer than any JiMKmrf- full of life ent season Is particularly favorable and action, filled with the A Captain wears two silver bars machine mado wagon you can buy no matter what fire of fine inspiration and followed to tho development of tornadoes, ac- and a double scroll of braid. by 250 short stories of adventure, cording to the weather experts of price you pay. A major wears the same insignia win mane tho Department of Agrlculture.whlch with a golden oak leaf oA his shoulRehas issued a bulletin giving warn- ders and three scrolls of braid. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and A ings nnd descriptions of storm con- Lieutenant Colonel wears a silver pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow ditions. oak leaf and four scrolls of braid; n can't do. It says that tornadoes are usual- Colonel, a silver spread caglo and c ly preceded by high temperature and flvo scrolls of braid. humidity a weather condition genWo also make a specially of Hoisoshoeing and Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page; A Brigadier General wears a silerally said to ho "sultry," "sticky" ver star; a Major General, two silver Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. or "oppressive." Rain may como be- stars; a Lieutenant General, two Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to ihe best fore, with or after a tornado, or very stars with coat of arms of tho United minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Respectfully yours, raroly, thero may be no rain at all. States between. iiiiuciiume. i nereis no age i Tho barometer docs not foretell a The noncommissioned officers wear Three Current Issues Free limit to enthusiasm for The pres- chevrons abovo tho elbow to tornado, tho it indicates low Youth's Companion. denote If you do not know THE COMPANION sure; and tornadoes always occur in their rank Corporal, two chevrons; let u tend you Three Current luue FREE. Inclose thit Coupon with your 52 Times a Year a "low" area. sorgcant, three; first sergeant, three, request. Tho season In which tornadoes with a diamond or ozongo in tho not 12. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 may be oxpected varies according to center. for Ihe 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915, will receWe The Companion tho region. They may visit tho Gulf get in any of the monthly ' Thirty-liv- e 5 years oxperience.in the shop. Home Calendar FREE. spason States In winter, nnd as the magazines. TTiere Is more Catarrh In this section 9 advances, tho region of greatest fre- of the country than all other diseases SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE put together, nnd for years It was supquency is in tho plains Stntcs and the posed to be incurable. Doctors 'prescribed TIIK JIAKTFOKD KtiPUULIOAX A ND YOUTH'S COJH'ANION, BOTH to local remedies, and by constantly falling Mississippi Valley, from April ONE YEAH FOH ONLY $2.75. to cure with local treatment, pronounced September Inclusive. In this region It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, yn vmgmxiesa&si May Is the worst month, with April frreatljr Influenced by constitutional conrpSTZZ'&r.iPxnd.yi&rzaxTv.ix mnimy t and therefore requires constituWe Knock the Spots Out of Things next. East of tho Appalachian ditions treatment. Ilall'B Catarrh Meditional GOOD IM,.CK TO STOP l'OK LITTLi: MONKY Iinili: IS A fountains, however, tornadoes rare- - cine, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional jly occur until after July. Generally remedy. Is taUen Internally and acts Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &.7th they come between 3:30 nnd C p. m., thru tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Tin Only Hotel In IxhjImIIIo Oicrutoi1 on the of tho System One Hundred Dollars but they may even como nt night. Is offered for any cato that Hall's Amrrh-ai- i and Kmopcaii Minis. I'orsons may somewhat avoid tor- - Catarrh Medl-In- o fails to cure. Send for Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesand Ustlmonlals. nado danger by watching tho local circulars CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. AMKItlCAN PLAN (With Meats) French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a V. J. sons explained by Moving Picsings and reading the weather maps, Polil by Drunglsts, 75c. Superior Manner. Rooms uitliotlt Until lint ulth lint ami Cold Running Water. ture machine. Seven big DeFamily fills for constipation. Hall's which at least show the conditions partments Shorthand, BooksltiBlc, $2.00 per day; 2 people, J2.00 each 75 Itooms Send us your Garments and Hava The which favor tornado formation. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, single. 2. CO per day; 2 people, 2.25 each CO Ilooms Kin in K.iKcr'H Army. Them local signs are heavy, dark cloud3 Music, Primary Normal. ExGO. 1'ront Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Now York, Sept. 22. Ono of the firrt In tho Southwest, almost Immepert teachers. Modern equipat the Rooms with Private Itnlli: CLEANED CLEAN diately followed by clouds in tho men drnfted by hoard No. 59, Brook-llyment. Position assured. single. 3.00 per dny; 2 people, 2.75 each CO Ilooms New Utrecht High School, In funnel-shape- d Northwest and North. A Packages called for and delivered. Is Jack Wendel, 23 years old, CO Ilooms slnglo, 3. CO per day; 2 people, 3.00 each Write for catalogue. cloud is a suro sign, tho there Street, Lef-ferof 143.0 Seventy-sevent- h may he a tornado when such a cloud KL'IIOPIU.V PLAN (Without Meals) THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Park, who has a brother in tho seen. If a funnel Is not readily I Daviess Co. Bus, Ilooms without Until hut with Hot nnd Cold Running Water. whirling army of the kaiser. The conscript A. Iva Nail, Prop. cloud can not be seen, the single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, J0.75 each 75 Ilooms Incorporated motion of the air may bo known by a came to this country when he was S HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. single, 1.25 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.00 each CO Ilooms OWEN8BORO, KY. peculiar roaring noise, somewhat but 10 years old. His brother reI GO Front Ilooms. single, 1.C0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each like tho rumble of distant thunder or mained behind. Now, by a whim of Ilooms with Private I tilth: tho approach of a heavy train of fate, the two brothers may face each single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each CO Ilooms other on 'the field of battle. cars. USELIV-VER-LA- X CO Ilooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people. 1.50 each "I have not heard from brother in get an If one can sco the cloud and Petro-Men- ta Relives Piles Idea of tho direction In which it 'is some time," said Wendel. "I do not THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. I No--, matter how stubborn the moving, the zone of safety is at right know whether he is still alive. European Plan Only. angles to tho direction of motion. am heart and soul with tho land I case may be Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convlnco The Southern margin Is usually more havo adopted. Rooms Without Until, 91.00 nnd up; Itooms With Private llatli, $150 "These aro not times when petty youi For sale by Ohio County dangerous than tho Northern, and and up Hot lJitliiK Place In Town. Drug Co. Price 25c. ho remembered In seek- Individual affairs can bo considered. this should v The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholosalo ing a place of safety. The width of There is too much at stake. I am wnlk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a tho path of greatest destruction Is for America, first, last and all the I.OUISVILI.K HOTEL ANB OLB IXX COMPAXY, Props. ordinarily not more than a few hun- time. dred yards, tho this destructive diam Sudden changes of temperature Peel right nil the time. Don't by of! eter may ho from somo rods wide to from work for days by taking calomel and underwear bring spring colds a half mile, or sometimes wider. keeps yo when pleasant iV- - Ver-La- x In some of tho Plain States there with stuffed up head, sore throat and on your feet, while relieving your troubUsed Years ' and general symptoms. A dose of Dr. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't aro socalled "cyclone" cellars, take anything else. You can't afford where these nro not available tho King's New Discovery is sure relief, it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ' sys' southwest corner of tho cellar of a this happy combination of antiseptic m tem and relieves constipation. A natbalsams dears' the head, soothes the framo building Is the next best place. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It Brick buildings are not so safo, but irritated membranes and what might will won't bo long before Liv- - ax tho cellar Is probably tho safest place have been a lingering' cold is broken completely displace calomel in everj reup. Don't stop treatment when in them. home, i Children can take it freely an Weather men define a tornado as lief is first felt as a half cured cold with perfect safety. Every bottle guarIs dangerous. Take Dr. King's New anteed. 50c and ?1 in bottles- - Nom? TS a violent windstorm with rain or hall, Discovery till your cold is gone genuine without tho likeness and signa1 thunder and lightning, In which tho Will help parents develop their eons kito ture of L. K, Grigsby. For sale by air masses whirl with great velocity The Woman's Tonic Only Twenty Years Ago. and Christia-J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Kj, the best typo of citizens around a central core while the whole Ladies wore bustles. storm travels across the country In a m gentlemen. f Its pationage is widely scatOperations were rare. narrow path at ligh speed. Sold Everywhere A Nobody swatted the fly. A cyclone, In the definition of the from the best homes in tered and comes Nobody needed a silo. :? necessarily Weather Uureau, is iiot , Nobody had appendicitis. the South. Its capacity is limited, there wo. a windstorm of great velocity, but Nobody sprayed orchards. storm that rather a widespread fore, reservations should bo made early. Nobody wore white shoes. as moves with pressures-indicat- ed Cream was five cents a pint. Place your son in this select gioup. of "low" on tho weather map gives Most young men had "livery bills." conditions essential to tornadoes. boys. Write Cantelopcs wero muskmelons. Many cyclones never dovolop a torna. McCAIX PATTERNS EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE k You never heard of a "tin lizzie." Celebrated tor style, perfect (it, simplicity and do but a tornado never dovclops withA nd Filling of Glasses k reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly Doctors wanted to see your tongue. every chy and town In the United Stateslane out tho cyclone, and almost invariaCanada, or by mall direct. More sold that) OWENSB0R0. KY. !? Milk shako was a favorite drink. bly the tornadoes occur In southeast f any other make. Send for tree catalogue Advertisers did not toll tho truth. i29 lllcCALL'S MAGAZINE quarter of tho low area. About For cataloguo and information. Box A. More subscribers than any othei fatMoft Nobody cared for tho price of gascyclones pass across the United miraaihe was tho reply. "I said I suspected a est styles, million a month. Invaluable. Lit. K patterns, dressmaking, millinery, moving in a'gener-a- l oline. States each year, R plain sewlnfr, fancy needlework, hairdresslng. camo to town for their htm of doing It." Farmers They etiquette, Food stories etc. Only W centr i way from West to East. year (worth double), including a iree pattern. "Ah; Now you'ro coming to it. nro of great bone fit because they In- mall. subscribe tbday, or send (or sample copy, y a What mado you suspect the man." grl drow Tho hired ONDEKFUL INDUCEMENTS duce u movement of surfaco nlr from "Well, I first caught him on my I to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue tho South and Southeast, and tho week. and new cash prise ofTers. Address Tho butcher "throw In" a chunk of land with a gun. Secondly, I heard fRI McCJUi. C9 88 to :i$ W. 37th SL. NEW TOW ralnfnll that makes tho great Interior u gun go off and had seen some pig valloys a rich agricultural roglon js liver. No Combination Folks said pneumatic tires wo.re a eons fall. Thirdly, I found four of KM upon theso southern, dependent liny pigeons In his pocket and I Joke. molsturo-hearln- g winds. Like S& don't think them birds flew into his Nobody llstoned on tho phono. Tornadoes almost Invariably move and Thero was no sano Fourths .nor pocket and committed suicldo for and generalIn an easterly direction the fun of tho thing." Chicago KTTrt in ly from southwest to northeast. Tho olectrlc motors. All For fetraw stacks wero burned Instead News. averago length of tho path of destruc: miles, and of baled. tion Is about twenty-llv- o Dead or Foaming. Publishing n newspaper was not Succeed when everything else faili. path muy not bo continuous, If this' Servant (to Irish laborer) Here In nervous prostration and female Companion tho funnel cloud Is not in contact a liusincss. weaknesse they arc the supreme H Issues of jr Peoplo thought English Sparrows is boor, Pat, If you caro to Iuivq It. during its whole with tho earth G2 ISSUES remedy, at thousands have testified. Hut I'm afraid it's nulto dead. ll ftTHEWUTirS COMPANION. wero birds. co u ISO. The favorite family wrt kly of America. FOR KIDNSY, LIVER AND Pat Oh, dead It Is. Well, then, 12 Great Si'naia or Gioupi m 1917, and 1 Jules Verno was tho only convert o STOMACH TROUBLE 250 Shcrt Sloriet. n thousand Articles just tho darling, it's meself who is to tho submarine. and SuscesHoni, a thousand I''uiuiy it la tho best medicine ever sold s. boy to bury it. isms, bixcb.l I'jecj for all ages. You stuck tubes in your ears to over a druggists counter. FOR FLETCHER'S ZSeJB&mjajnvuarxttjMinu.-axmMMzimii-' hear a phonograph ami it cost a . THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, dimo. Exchange. Magazine jL wid 2t Iaauc of EVENING POST THE SATURDAY o VLSaW. (llAUiJ&iAUAuno Mm3k and THE COUNTRY OENTLEMAN WnnttP 12 ISSUES AND A DU3S fAlTOW A direful Wltnexs. HOW TO TKIih TIIK VKflJZUtt1 Press MttmJmgijTL Ths ?3iori.-At"TEORwuewea Not long ago a man was charged wish to secure the spare tlmo of a HANK Ol' OITICKUH fcy iji!H!im ut Anencori ruiurii. V'U wdl Brt the 2 monthly issues of at a country court with trespassing, man or woman to act as local repreS "cCa-l't- . malm u..: tnermT Washington, Sopt. 22. All com- nml also with shooting somo pigeons sentative in Hartford and vicinity, P..IT3CT1C'- - but SSSlCa KatgKia every uuuin or sSiT. looking after tho renewals of their missioned olllcors wear a black unit which belonged to a farmer. " In giving his evidence tho farmer many subscriptions In this section, gold hut cord. On tho collar of his RA lScC! Drew S FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE shirt ft Second Lieutenant wears a was exceedingly caroful. evon ner- aud Introducing theso publications Payment will bo Dissolvod In water for douche atop T rfrr-j bronzo ornament for Iho Infantry vous, and tho lawyer for tho dofenso to now readers. nolvic catarrh, ulceration And inflani mado In salary and comuiisiion, PreIma I.10(trrru ct r.u. Momr ura.rl ts crossed rlllos with tho number of hl3 endeavored to frighten him. Recommended by Lydia E, I mation las pobllr Mtt ot tb rP' la Ulk 1 Is desirable but not XrSSb "Now," ho romurked, Bternly, "re- vious expei fence reglniont In tho uppor angle; for nriKnam rnea. ior itn , years. the For detuilu address, with A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 wrclt. and only.)1917 Home Cnlendir. cavalry, crossed sabres; flold artill- member you're on oath. Aro you essential. 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