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TEUTONS WAR IS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL JIIE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 15 HAUXFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FHIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917. PUT ncss, and no business factor who Is performing a useful function will be expected to surrender that tunc Hon. "Tlio administration Is , however, charged with several, duties. "Tho producer must havo a free , outlet and a ready market. "Tliero must bo no manipulation speculation In foods. "There must be no hoarding in foods. profits "unfair or' unreasonable must be eliminated. "Discriminatory and deceptive and wasjeful practices which In any way restrjet supply or distribution must DOCTOHS I X fifty-fivhavo been NAVY Invited to offer their services to Un- cle Sam for military service. Each or them Is In receipt of tho follow- lug latter from Major A. T. McCor-o- r PLAN TO FORCE KMPEROR Tjr PEACE TERMS HV PARALYZmck, president of the Kentucky Ex- ING FLEET. aminatlon Board of Medical Rcsorve Officers: Howling Oreen, Ky Oct. G. 1. A board has been rnnstlliitml NEW PR0TECT PEOPLE T0 II. S. DECIDING FACTOR PEACE OFFER UP "First After the formation of tho at BowIlnB Groon ,)y tll0 wnr depart twentyrsov'en divisions above men-- 1 menl for the oxam)natlon of pliysl. Honed Uurmnny had Intended to cre- Llrciio Restrictions To He Proclaimclans who desIro to app)y fop com. Vice Admiral ('criMim Zenith Passed and Resources Makes Statement, Say- ,1B ! .1a?I'pP,, ate ten luoro divisions with tho regl-- , missions In tiio Medical Reserve , ed Hy Problem Wilson Within CJullty I'urtJcw Received Just u Men mid .Menus Dcrrcnse, j..uS u.u ,.iuvimu.,a ui u. iuo., Corps f tnQ army Jf y(m dca,re Xot only ments pf tin- series Few Days. t Deserts. Allies Gaining, law The licensing system, which l0 npply t wI examlno you ou ally has sho been obliged to abandon tho B.tt..iuuw.cii .V ..uv.u.3 (ay convclcnt to you In latter part of her programme, Urlng tw .,..-.- . a moro effective mnchlnerv for Its en- - ,.... '. ...i.,. spite of calling out a portion of tho ' cc"",nB lo Jour Washington, Oct. 9. Virtually all foretfmon. . Copenhagen, Oct. 9. Vice AdmirIlot lt ' Washington, Oct 9. Germany's class of 1919. but shclias been obllg- a"d d..h.ftW!" the staple food3 consumed by tho al von Capello.'Uermnn Minister of eo r n. be oL'l suuiuiiig in me proiession. " " i' military strength now si.ows a clear .'u"" American people will bo put under onl on tho They of licenses regiments to 2. This board will bo nt tho Seal- - Marine, announced In tho Reichstag her fighting Government control November 1. decrease for the first time since the Illegal since August 10,'bafh Hotel ,n Lou,sv,0f (lurlllB tholto-dnthat n plot had been dlscov- .have been and for tho lint time since units The food administration .. war began, according to a review the beginning of the war a clear deered In tho navy to form a commlttco . ""when the law was nasted and ..nil- - HIUUUIIS Ul 1KB r, ' IVUIUUCKJ- DIUIO ;Ueill- .1 " " ""' ""' I'.isod upon data of thoFrench Uon crease In the total strength of tho " l.,..ll,. Il.nl wlll.tn a fnm .Invtll merous ensos Coming to tllC attention Cal losoclatlnn whlrh lino Iippii pOSt- - of delegates on the Russian model """" .,.. ,navu ., PrrBlilnnl WIIkoii will sunn an exec- - .j i,. era! Stuff made public hero ' ivuiiiiiiisiruuuii ' "i me rou i" G, 7. S and D.I""" lu (Jermnll forco9 , on rfcoril. Tho licensing IinrL' ,, utlvo onlor requiring that manufac- - i)eencorrected. iv Hip hfench High i oinmlMlnn. snoclal rates on the !rorco tUo Government to make peac.5. ..ctecnlll,At ,i, V(ir,. timP HlOiS . . ...... .... .. .Tho guilty parties havo been arrested Worn down and driven back by the her t()(n, BtrcI1Bth it) .nminishing Uer- - Mirers and dlstlrlmtors of some twen- the effect of giving definition to tho ..., " '' 'and havo received their just deserts, never ending pounding of tho Allies many finds herself obliged to in- - ly fundamental foods operate under prpvWon of the bllI a,.d the prac- - .... ....- nrnmm ,, ,, ..u ..x.... ... . u..n..., iiconso resmcuons uesigncci to pre- - ticos willch tho trauC8 HhouUi rcgpPC., showing t.kw0.... on tho western front, tho statement i"P Minister added. by picturo demonstrations, rreaio hor reserves on the French Admiral von Capolle attempted to says, tho Oermans have made their 'fr()JU , f()rtv ,m.lsloll3 wltll the goIo vent unreasonable profits and to stop tlvdly follow m connection therewith. ,,tilfir i,nrtant Jhi.mR. l.nw speculation and hoarding. ",Tho proclamation will require alltho ,nC(Ucal department lmk U,10 nad,caI Socialists with tho M.,iieim,iimnnr,-eiiori..iiurur.ii!iresist-heaviot tho army m ot providing relay and Regulations will bo prescribed for those handling concern- - j (0cg )ts . plot. Ho said the ringleader had dis- upon their inactive armies m 'ace Therorro Ju8t a8.lc ffcslvo rcat pacl.erH, cold storage houses, ed to apply for commodities a'No- -i licenses boforo .ho east and calling out their 191S BlrenBtll of tho Germans has been ? nnnnlmri for nt in,i 'cussed tho plot with Deputies Haa3 Ti.r grain vcraber 1, upon forms which will bo millers, canners. elevators, mm ugiuurr iu inu t i)roiccn and part of tho 1919 reserves. the open fields on the dealers and wholesale dealers and re supplied on application to tho Food 300 more Kentucky doctors in tho Ist conference room Initauicai auciaithe Reichstag Thus, whllo the Allies have reach- - Mtlrn ... ,, vnP., n.,.i I., tim trend. army and they are needed badly1 ...... ... ..... .......... WW. doing a business of moro than J Administration. cd and aro preparing to maintain warfare nt Verdun.thelr facilities for tailers right now. Tho beginning salary Is building. The Deputies had called $100,000 annually In the commodi"Applicants will receive Hceliscs' S2.000 a venr. nnd exnensos should uttentlon to the dangerous naturo of their full htrength while awaiting the maneiivering, that Is to say.tlio pos . ...,.i i'not exceed- $35 a month, the plot and had. advised the grcat- u.u wiiuum. tusl, am.i .i. 'coming of America's groat army, tho sibility of transporting valuable re- ties to be named. "The prime purpose of the Food governing those dealing with the com- ., , enemy's resources nie diminishing serves from ono front to another. Is dt lt , est caution, ,but had agreed to furannouncement modules licensed, will be .issued ' at tho very moment when the milita- prevented at present by tlio con- - Administration," the ltrtftmitit tn raninmltnx fliot (1mcn nish propaganda material. sai,lt "g to ,,rotect the patriot against duo course. Socialists Demand Proof. ry situation demands that they in- tlnulty and Intensity of tho Anglo- commissioned first ifhvo precedence. tno 8incucr n business. It has Socialist deputies Interrupted tho Must Miiko Heports. crease. You can be examined In Bowling offensive. Oermany has still orally been recognized that the enor-grespeaker with cries of dissent. Dep' "This shows," concludes tho state"After November 1, no unlicens- Green any day. powers of resistance which will molIg obligation Imposed on the ment, "tho decisive character attend- take all the allied forces to break. By order of the surgeon general. uty David, of the Majority Socialists, American people to feed our soldiers ed pcTsous will bo permitted to trado demanded tho Government produce ing the operations In 191S, when Sho Is capable A. T. McCORMACK. very vi,j- - at 1)10 front and tho Allies, crc'ates in the commodities enumerated In the proof and that the Reichstag should great democracies, England. orous local offensives. Hut her re- -' a disturbing three Those who receive factor In trade which proclamation. suspend Judgment in the meantime. France tiud America, will tuiifn their sources aro diminishing at the very niimv nniinftunltv tn a few to 1m- - licenses will bo required from time A. C. A. I LOI LL Chancellor Mlchaells earlier In tho strength in attacking tho oi- l- momcnt wllcIl ,hl. n,iitnry situation I)oso burdens on the many, and that lo time to make reports to the Food entlro MA QLARTLliS eagion ,iad referred t0 the affairf my. in conformity with the only sound ri.m,ir,,R ti,nt tliv should increase, i. u ,,r vimi tmtinnni imnnrinnw that A.liulnistratlon ou tljelr activities in rumors of which evidently had guln- priuciplo of war." "TJiat Is tho principal point. 'such control should bo exerted as prescribed form. Theso reports will Ho declared Hltte prints of the plans for a now ed public circulation. Teu of I'reuch Statement. "On tho "other hand, Hrltlsh and. will remedy, so fnr as may be, tho be Jarefully safeguarded so that with nor rec-bagiven to tho Govern- warehouse nnd tobacco receiving , ho could not The committee's wtateinent Issued French armies have reached their economic disturbances Incident to tho t, to be built 'on the Holbrook ognlze a party which put itself through tho Commltteo ou Public In- full strength In men and material nml war." ment In confidence will not bo dinear tho depot, aro In tho local jyond tho pale by activities directed Mon experivulged to competitors. formation, follows: 'aro capable, with help of America,' Two Hundred Conferences Held. j against tho fatherland. production and mer- office of the American "Uoth Franco-di'rma- n fronts on of maintaining the enormous strength nrocli-- . enced in tho Issuance, of tho President's The disclosures In Connection with Association here. Tho wareroom tho Alsne. 1917. and Verdun, 191G. wllir, they havo gained to tho end matlon has boon delayed, tho nn-- 1 chandising of tho licensed commowill bo a brick building 4S.120 feet, j the Radical Socialists, if they aro have alrcndy been compared and it of tho wur To ,ills streBt, will be nouncement said, that the Food Ad- - dities will aid lu administering tho with a basement running the rear true, came most opportunely to help has been noted that they aro prac- - ad(Ird tM0 grvat American army, ministration might complete confer-- , law, and a legal department has been half length of tho house, and the to- - tho Govornment out of its embar-bacc- o tically of tho same length, lt has whIch w, arriVQ ,jujcUly as pos- - ences with representatives of trades) organized to facilitate its enforcehouse will bo a frame strue- - rassment over the interpellation ment. iieen sTateti tnai tne t.erjnan rorces 8,)i(J a8 tllroo ycara ot-- war liavo nnd ,iro,iucers and consumers. propaganda 40x100 feet. Work on the new garding "Willie authority Is vested in tho them before tho attack demonstrated the value or timo and ready about two hundred conferences buildings, it Is expected, will begin Admiral von Capolle hammered home were equally comparable to twelve tll0 advantage of each day gained. havo been held, at which were plan-a- food Administration to suspend jjny within a few days, and tho associa-,'- 1 statement with a declaration ot fourteen divisions. It Is known regulations and constructive license and to Impose penalties' for Hon expects to havo the tobacco j tIle necessity for a proper "enllghten-hous- e S,0WK tno decisive character ned ..TIlIs y violation of the food lnw or special that during tho same period, attending tho operations of 1918, methods of control, ready In time to handle thot"ent"Vf the military forces, from May to September, tho Commits when three great' democracies, Eng- has been the desire of tho legulatlous, It Is tho purpose of tho acres now ""pooled. "It Another Peace Offer, Tho wareroom engaged twenty-liv- e fresh divisions i,m. Franco nnd America, will unite Food Administration," tho nnnounce-a- t Food Administration to accomplish Amsterdam, Oct. 9. Germany and public service and war will bo used as a storehouse or ills- these ends of Virdun. and that they havo been tM,.r ctrL. strength In attacking tho mont continued, "to secure Aurtria-Hungar- y have agroed to trlbuting baso for goods. coon the enumyt j conformity to tho to ongago forty-fiv- e only Hon or all patriotic men in the var-l- service, so far as possible, not by make another peace offer to the Al p. by patriotic 0 during an Kiirtliennom, lous tra'des, so as to eliminate spec-qu- ercion but priuciplo of war." lies, the Deutsche Tages Zottung nf A Hungry Candidate. It has been the expressed feel. ulation, honrdins, unreasonable pro- period, tho French took B.S63, o Berlin says lt learns on good auing of tho whole of the many conferprisoners at Verdun nnd S,fiO:t on the KENTl'CKV COAIi STRIKE A candidate stopped at a farm fits and wasteful practices In thothority. Tho offer will have as it3 Aisno. HAS VlRTl'AMr ENDED great distribution system of tu ences held in Washington that tho house in tho Roslnc neighborhood j basis, no territorial aggrandisement, lhensmg system operating alike In about one o'clock one day last week, ' "Tills constant nrtlvlty, coinciding country. the surrender of Belgium and French with tho weakness mid Inaction of, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 9. Reports licensing provision in tho cvciy part of tho country will. In and tho women folks being In tho territory, "Tho tho renunciation of pos Mo Russians, also explains Why tho received from nil points In tho re- - food bill Is limited In operation 'o fact, be a protection to tho great ma- Held gathering beans, tho lord of tho itive territorial' acquisitions for pay- -, (iermans aro obliged to maintain, an, cently affected coal strike district of tho channels of trado which Ho he- - jority of producers and distributors, household srt tho hungry candidate meuts in money and no indemnity ucceod In effectually main talnln-r- . Southeastern Kentucky and North- - tweon tho farmer on tho ono hand, as wetl ns to tho public, against the down to the tablo, with an apology on either side. for the scantiness of tho throe times largor forcos on tjio eastern Tennessee Indicate that with and the retailer on tho other, excopt operations of theso fow. who seek to exploit tho neces- It seems the candidate's appetite was.( i Thero Is growing displeasure In French front than on the Russian ono exception all of tho niluos wero as It extends to those fow retailer.? parliamentary circles agaln3t Tho mine who do an annual business of moie saries of life." (In tho beginning of the sum- - lu full opurntion out of proportion to the fragments Ccrrmn Holfferlch owing to Saturfront. Dr. Karl resume work that loft over from the family meal and hit there wero ir,G German divisions row. IsasIdle will differences woro not than $100,000. events in tho Reichstag. The SCHOOL FAIR AT local on tho French foraging his eyes over tho tablo ho day's Select Necessities. to ?00 kilometers FOHDSVlI.liE TOMORROW thought he discovered a bowl of de- General Anzolger of Dusseldorf prints capacity! "Tho Food Administration has so- Ismootliod out Tho front ns against 130 Austro-Geriua- ii a report that Dr. Helfferiih will relicious turnip soup, which ho proand Unitarian (Millions. 77 of which. of tha mines that resumed work is locted about twenty basic commodi- Tho six graded schools of Ohio ceeded to devour with a voracious sign the Vlco Chancellorship lu a dally. ties and thoir products ns forming tho wero German, on tho eastern front.) S00 cars of coal fow weoks, if not' sooner. Only One Mlno Idle. prime basis of life, nnd has limited county, Fordsvllle. Rockport, Beaver appetite, with many polito comments It is known Hint the Russian winter' Owing to tho various parties havMlddloshoro, Ky.. Oct. 9. Evory ! its liconsing control to those commo- - Dm". Hartford, Centortown and Mc- - upon the richness of tho soup and practically puts u fctop lo all active! ing convoked meetings for yesterday , Henry, will hold a school lair ut IJI IHVMK Ul II1H I'SlJOUUIl LUItUUUt-, ner.itioiiK. and that the reaction of mine i Eastern Kontucky and North- - dltles. and nhn, Insofar ns practlca-1111 morning to consider the situation resumed work this bib, eliminated tho smallest units of Fordsvlllo tomorrow. Teachers, pil It. The householder wns In utter in Itiibila on tho em Tennessee the Internal-eventarising from Saturday's sitting of tlo - business in thi'so staples. patrons ot tho common 1'lls and of what had happened until Reichstag, ...stem front hns allowed Cormnnv luornliig, oxcopt ono In tho Mlddle3u Berlin dispatch, tho to eomtdor It durlng'foiir mouths n. ll0ro district. Tho Caplto mine did1 "it Is tho purpobo of tho Food Ad- -' schools have also been luvlted to ut- his wife camo in and asked what' had t'ebate, which was planned for Mon- mlnlstiutlon to effect conservation In tend It. perbecome of thu bowl ot dishwater sho .i veritable reserve for tho westorn ,lot resume work on account of Various children's games and con- - had in her hurry to go bean gather- day, has been postponed until isonal differences botweon tho mill- - the commercial use of these coniniodj- frnt " .The chief subject ot discussion will ' "It cloaily appears at present that lr''' AM other mines aro running ties and to keep thom flowing toward tests will bo featuros of tho fair,' and ing loft on the table. A featuro of be war aims, but according to this umsi ami most oi uio mines re- - tno consumor in direct lines turn tno a uuiubor of tho Graded schools pro- Hie Joke Is that the said candidate the Ceriunn staff, remembering tho Our will not know that ho uto tho dish-- 1 dispatch, tho Imperial Chancellor, tu'1 crow. Labor is not as channels of trado in ns economical u fessors will dellvor addresses. rriHrni xitmittmi iii whieii ihnv finniii l10rt Michaolls, lias gone to headquar short ns anticipated. manner ns possible. Tho administra- Information of the progrum Is mea- water till ho sees this account of ' Dr. tho Anglo-Frciie- h themselves following ter. nor-inger, but wo understand u freo lunch It. tion does not wish to disturb, the success in the Soiumo lu 19 Hi, Chancollor Mlchaells, In an nddress TWO OF AMEN ENEMIES and uocessary activities of busl- - will bo served. fears to s'o thoir western front brokMain Commltteo to the Reichstag MAKING ESCAPE, DEAD WORLD'S SERIES en hy.tho allied offensive In 1917. yesterday, as reported In Berlin disNOW EVEN SPLIT patches, replied to tho charge that "All the measures they havo token Laredo, Tex., Oct. 9. Of five alien Imvo been dofenslvo In character In- enemies Interned at officials hud undertaken propaganda Mcintosh, Fort Tho Now York Giants defeated thofor thu now Fatherland party, which tended to strengthen their resistance Texas', near hero, who escaped last Chicago Americans yesterday after' is carrying on a movement in favor In tho face of Anglo-Fronc- h forces. night, two are dead and three aro renoon, 5 to nothing, making tho scr- of a "German peace." Not content with declining to givo ported as being lu Neuvo Laredo, ies now two each, as tho Giants won battle mid withdrawing a portion of Mexico, opposlto ,)icro. Tho two Wednosday 2 to nothing. Batteries their front on the Hindciilnirg posi- dead lost their lives In trying to swim Remember The Hoy. Ask for an official application blank from the Federal In yesterday's gamo were for Now tion, they huvo transported to tho the swollen Rio Grande. Ofllcials Tho chief longing of your boy lu Reserve bank or its agency in your community. Pay $1 on western front between January and . wero silent reu'iirdlnir the matter. anil York, Schupp nnd Ralrdon; Chicago. 'tho. army camp will bo for news from April a certain number of dlvlsloim furlllor than that Ul0 ni6II U3etJ rt Faber nnd Schalk. signing application. the loved ones at homo, and his Aj (lupHcalo koy l0 tuo internment quur-thl- s Tho teams appear evonly matched, homo paper would toll him a thou-i- n druwn from the eastern front. 6 the government will notify you whether About Nov. the four games played to dato Now'sand things that aro happouliiK did not sulllco, they huvo drawn , erBi nollllB wn8 know, A r,Bla the bond has been allotted. If not, your deposit will be York has mado 10 scores to 9 for tho among his friends mid acquaintances the picked men from each of their , investigation by has been stnrted returned; coinpaiilos on the eastern fiont, mid ( itttlltury authorities, It was stated. Whito Hose. Tho champions of tho that you will not havo tho time or two Major I.caguos will movo back opportunity to write. Tho most On Nov. IS pay $9 through the agency where the apWilli mo assistance oi mo ciuss iu to tho Windy City for tho fifth gamo welcome present you could make blai now 19 IS, have formed twenty-seve- n Boo Fordsvlllo Pinning Mill Complication was filed. On Dec. IS pay $20 and on Jan. 15 pay ou Saturday. Those lit this section would bo to send him tho Hartford ot which havo pany's advertisement of Barbed Wlro, divisions, twonty-sl- x to you. $20 and the bond will be delivered Send us ono dollar, who follow tho game will bo Im- Ropubltcan. appeared In Franco. Smooth Fonco Wire, Nails, Hinders' Consult your local banker for details of installment mensely pleased at the Giants' win of with his name and company and wo "They huvo then exchanged their (Twine, Huy Halo Ties, mid Uouso yesterday, duo to the fact that tho will ft ml his nddress. Tho paper-wil-l plckod troops ot tho eastern front for Paint, lu this issue of the papor. payments. follow him to Franco when ho Ferdio Schupp is u Kenj Pitcher, tliu Inferior ones of the western front Tlioy can save you money. Send thorn goes, if ho has to go. tucky boy, Finally once tho battlo your ordqr NOW. Landivclir). e, , ' G01-G0' 2. , begun, In order to hold out they huvo BAN ON successively ropluced, nuniber for TO ntimlior, sixteen exhausted divisions from the French front by fresh dlvls- FOOD GAMBLING SHOT jlotiB from the eastern front. BOLT "However, In spite of using all theso methods, of which the latter have only been possible) this year duo MILITARY to the trouhlo made hy tho Ktisslun STORAGE 1IOU.SK, WHOLESALE CENTRAL POWERS' DEALERS, RETAILERS AND .STUi:X(!TII WANING revolution, Uurmnny has made hur PACKERS HIT. TIME. FIRST supreme military effort. by tho two fol "This Is evidenced lowing statements, which should bo CALLED FOR AUMV SERVICE !PEACE PLOT IN J All tho doctors In Ohio county, un- - der tho age of KAISER'S iu ia, I ,..Z ?,S "" ?ff' ,," -o ' .,.,.., ...... y ' '"" , l ' ly ',.. ,,,. ' 'w ii .,. gen-Fren- rh at I i be-lo- i rc-tu- re ' ' ' n. B0j al ' j i 1 , unpa-trlotlctl- ly left-over- ?. y. r- to-da- I ! , j s i to-da- y. in I nl How to Bug a $50 Liberty Loan Bond in Several Installments his withered tloor' sess medicinal qualities, claimed by nrilallflMt 09 "A largof,lu)w,nSof the men from I(LUllIUNnrn, 8h?re FREE ENERGY many prominent physicians, to have UTILIZING WUIIUlll HI lillllUllVU ttCIt' IVtlll'Ut characteristics Identical with tho sick, but 1 escaped It nil until tho of tho famous Carlbad Springs very mat nay wncn n nail in tne 'of Bohemia. mu:i hn;lani kinds PF.urv, INVKNTOIt DF.CLAltKS IT Wtl.l t Tho prime factors In tho new shoulder ended tho use of this nrm." 4 IlltOTHF.U, IX AMF.ItU'A.V WAUIWIU: JtKVOLl'TIONIZK Most of the men from America which Is already In prn- i:xp'kdition OVKKNIGHT. tho Hnlkau war, ho Igress. are a number of Southern liin- j who survived 'said, had remained In Greece, for! lness men prominent In banking and jthoy had earned enough money on'U Jw jkcommercial circles, and Chicago and Whether Vew york enpuittsts. who have In- Mobile. Ala.. Oct. 3. Four thou- - tho oilier sltln nf Mm nrenn tn nrrmlt ' rH. t3T2k. WOct. Washington. ....., .... J iBk ,jfm B fL "Garabed" Is the mo't m.irvelolia corporaieu m.. imhsuii Itnlnl f'nr. sand United States troops marched 'them to stay hero In comfort. inu discovery of the age, des- - ,,.., inn f America, with n capitali thru Trafalgar Square, and 100.000 scientific in jammed the For Your Child's Cough. zed to play a great part Is tow,no zat0n of JS.000,000. The president Londoners packod andwall to buildHere's a pleasant cough syrup that nlng tho war for America, Is Theodore II. streets from building of le corporaton every child likes to tnke, Dr. Hcll'd investieated by a committeo of sci Troondlo. of Hopklnsvllle, n capital ing wall, to glvo thorn greeting. Jl y In nn Alabama comnnnr of cngl- If your child has throughout n entists appr.oycd by the Secretary 1st and today marching a deep hacking cough that worries liicors, somowhero tn the of the Interior. Tho Senate 'f and the South. passed a resolution, already adopted This corporation has acquired title Mine, was Percy England, youngest you givo him Dr. Dell's by the House, authorizing the Inquiry it0 approxtmately 9.300 acres of land ison of G. K. England, of Mobile. the soothing pine balsams re.... .... ...! i i vjuamuicvinhit rinvA runirtllt Tim - lit and surrouudlng Dawson Springs, In the hundreds of thousands that lieve tho cough, loosens the phlegm ...v.v. .. ana tection o't tha process, Eight hundred acres of this land will packed tho stroets, somowhoro, was and heal tlia Irritated tissues. Get a y "Garabed" Is something discovered bo convortod Into a park, Its natural Fred England, oldost son of G. K. bottlo at your druggist and 3 start treatment at once. 2Gc. or lavesiod by Garabed T. K. Gira- -' beauty to be enhanced by extensive England, of Molillo. of landscapa gardening, the creation of m Their And thoy had never mot. SOfslan. an Armenian Inventor, Boston, who believes he has the se- a lake It feot tn depth, the roads of destiny Interacted for the A NKT RKCORD IK u ttatioa on golf cours- ;irst tlmo at this half-wa- y cret f taking from the air a M3XBRAI, PROBBCTIO.V laying out of two ft power which will drive air- es, teanli courts and making many tho Journey to war. ' Twenty-on- e Look In Krery Faro. planes or battleships. pro Tho total vain of the mineral other improvements. Giragosslau, without revealing his miles of boulevards aro in progress Frod England, sanitary engineer tho country In 13 IS was ..... . .1..- .- ...1,1. 1. virile of tho city of Leyton, Hngland. le't ductlon of $s,70,000.000. Inrcaslns . secret, made a tremendous impres ol conSirUCllOU, uiSoun:i wim ui.u.v. nloro than " . v vv 1Mm s- slon upon members or tuo senate ana pathg an(l trag reacnng all attrac with an uncl,o for education when the $1,070,200,000, or 45 per cent ovor ; Jj r House who heard his plea for an in- tlve points in tho vicinity of tho England family moved to America. tno $2,333,800,000 recorded for 1915,) vestigation and then urged it upon Springs. before Percy's blrtlu read in a morn-- , and exceeding tho former record year! Congress. Senator James, chairman tholr orders and they kept on going. Ing London paper that American (1013) by more than $1,000,000,000, "pm: park and Its embellishThis fine -SHOCK" is It began to look as tho wo'd all march of tho Patents Committee.submltted ments will constitute tho setting of troops would march thru the British according to preliminary figures comy with the ex- what is designed to bo tho most mag- metropolis that day right off tho cliff Just to satisfy my tho resolution Geological piled by tho United States know nificent health and pleasure resort ' He was not curtain his brother was Survey, Department of tho Interior. planation that he did not SOLDIER AILMENT pride and theirs.but the French Lieuhar-e- d tenant rnmo lo the rescue with a whether there 'was any foundation hotel In America. This hotel Is to in the army, he had no reason to Practically all the minerals 'Gauche en quartre " for the confidence of those who be- be known as the Dawson. It will he had crossed tho sea and there in this Increase, j;old being tho on"I didn't know that one. but I w.n lieved tho invention might end the contain more than 1,100 rooms and was no ground whatever for liU ly one of the more Important products it.iti-- : Ajioxt; imm'iii: iii:.viks! pretty much of a goat Junt the same war. tint that many great inventors will have ground-floo- r ...... dimensions of strange "hunch" that Percy was in that showed a decrease In valu. ni'i: TO I'KCCMAH STATE 1 marching that day though silver and antracite showed could havo got away with "Halt" had been laughed at and tnat aI,rovimatelv 450.(300 feet. It will Uhe regiments OK MIND. !,,, 1.t Rlmirnislrin vlinlllll lie ciVPn im mivpii stories. Architect Walter through tho streets of London. all right, because I found out nfter-wardecreases In quantity but Increases In an opportunity to make good. that It Is "llulto" In French Nevertheless, the elder brother valuo. W. Ahlschager of Chicago, designed Former Speaker Cannon, who in tho structure. The contract for com- writes in a letter Just received by his j The metnls established n new rcc London, Oct. fi. Eoryone has LVANSVILLi: MAY (JLT the face of ridicule years ago forced pletion of the building has been father In this city, a strange Impulse !ortl In 191(3i exceeding for the first .... .. .... ...... ...... anil. iu; aviation fii:li ffi., n. lnnV! ..I... n . heard of "shell-shock.- " through the resolution for testing uiuuucii tn n Innilinrr n.it lnnallv ... 1.1 ... ..... 1. AA IOU mill in iiiiinu w tiiun Sl.UlPU.UUU.UUO ....o " niiiriiui the minor accompanimentsIt is one of n of modPig Prof. Langlcy's Hying machine, Into tho face of every passing Amor! ing a total of ?l.ii2.000.000. construction company, Washington. Oct C Fnless theru long spell at ported the resolution yesterday. TJl0 Dawson will have many Inno- - can. iron and copper contributed more ern warfaro meaning a s warn- -' should Im a slip up that is not in t!r Dcspito President Wilson-I)evcrllos His Search. emlrciy ew In mod-in- g cent of the total Increase home to the unfortunate victim. vatonSf sonlo than 7S ner In actuality it is a nervous break- least expected, nn aviation training that tho country must not sit back ern hote, practices. one feature "Trafalgar Square was simply so (of 5029,000.000. but large gains were Washing- station and Held will be eslablb b. ! the mn.in lii zinc. lead, aluminum ferrn- - down, distressing and sometimes and wait for an Invention. am, nusuai. Is that the kitch-to- n i.imimwi t rnnlil not cet near unfiue Just east ot Evansvllle. Intl., In the r. In Its symptoms, a kind of is excited over the new power !en wm be ,ocatea 230 feet away from American troops, wrote the uritlsii .,u0VS( and tungsten ores. As In which tho sufferer feels locality of the Southern ludtnua Hossystem that will, it its inventor's the man buIldIngi , the seC0:,d "Then I remembered the parcil with the figures for 191.r.. the materialize, revolutionize war- - rj, of a ..wlng.. iarge windows and paper said the troops were to rest in lnutnlllc products Increased C3 per that he has won the war or has lost pital for tho Insane. Hepresontatlvo Denton, of the the war. aceordlng to the mood. The fare overnight and end the conflict g,.vHghts pr0viding for its dightlng Grcon Park after marching. 1 rn'ccnt. District, called at tho War - auring the day that way, by side streets to escape the T)l0 total vaiUP 0f the disease is ono of the Inevitable conas suddenly, with America victor- - f the heavensIn which ton3 Department today where ho learned ions. . iami allowing light rays from every crowds. products increased nearly $27S,000.- - sequences of a war of site Hero's What It Will Do. The kitchen "I walked up to tho park gates, j 000 over tll0 vai0 for 1313, the year of destructives are thrown about Hko that Evansvllle heads tho list favorap()Jnt of t,0 compass. Here aro some of the things he wjn be a m0(lel aa t0 perfect vcntila-say- s They were locked. None but tha of ncxt highest output, the figures for confetti at a wedding. Nature, it Is that hae been reported on 1"StJ as corn-wi- ll raid, lias her counterpoise In most bly. it will do: an(1 wlu be furnished In marble American troops can go In. and they'jgjg liclng $i,S3.t,000.000 It is estimated by competent auany distance aml Drive a battleship enter by the Canada gate,' a J)are,i with $1. 555.000.000 for 1913. things. In this war she has balancfrom noor t0 ceiug. Itl- - ed shell-shoc- k . by a condition which thorities thnt tho Government's Ini11 . without stop for fuel. Every living room and bed room liuiiiuiii.111 ,..1.1 ...n iimi ";. wmi its compared ...1,1. mtr. tliln tanti tial outlay at each of the now stathe wJ1 bQ'a front room there being n0 j "The Canada gate was way on tholcrcase of $440,000,000. or 32 per can only bo described as Propel an airplane around tions will be between 5S00.000 and contribut- world. hotel othor side. Hut I did not feel foal and petroleum 'courts nor '"rear" ends to the $1,500,000. Little Fear of Death. Give an airplane strength to car- - Evory roon, wm have its private glving up. On my way there the'e(, G ,,cr cont f the incrcaso shown I. It is not a disease: it is hardly i ry thousands of pounds of muni- -' batl marched by. products, American soldiers t,e Ik 11 peculiar condition ( tions. ,"J"'M.pS!llt1.il4iiiSJJ. !JW12.IXL.5E?rl Tno finai tigUrcs for both metals philosophy; it Tiie ground tloor plans provide for got as closo as I could and watched linauie an mrpinne u woi large foyer. every face, but could not see anyone an(1 on.mctal may be somewhat in-- I of mind for which Hoche heavies havo ..nlentv eibow room," a ' many solmor heavy enough to turn any anti- immediately off from which is the tool; for Percy. crCased over theso preliminary 11;- terror and which enables lain! diers to keep calm and collected thru-m- il 111 I'd 7n aircraft gun's missiles. SOxlOO feet, a dining-roo(.annua b.h-- - i """' ures. "At tue Palm room, the most strenuous bombardment. Send torpedoos at greater speed. with accom- man threw mo out. Then I fell In and a ball-rooIt should bo mentioned hero that tho Practically double the speed of modations for 500 couples, break- with the Inst troops and tried !t Tin- - "1 a stoam engines. "Since the entrance of the United average British soldier Is a bit of fast rooms, private dining rooms, j again. A policeman grabbed meOther than to state that his sys- etc. more. While a military MU- States into the war there has grown fatalWt and that he has lived thruonce escapes many tem of utilizing free energy is as There will be olaborate separate cer distracted his attention I slipped up a large body of men in the govern out mi revolutionary as Franklin's discovery bath houses, a large garage and oth- by. Other police saw me in civilian ment service who are ucroiniii. that ho has no fear of the shell which Men.' has not his name written on It. Inof electricity. Glragosslan has not er accommodations. and tried to throw mo out, j as the 'Dollar-a-Yea- r j clothes e So .. .irl, um.rlnl nnalill- - deed., one of tho tags of active publicly described bis theory. be under the di- It.... .t.. rr'irAc liml linon. rtn.mMl and .!... The Dawson will und living with that admirable assertions that they rect management of a New York h"-t- the crowd was so thick they could clltons Who donnto their services to radical aro his Mrs.G.P.CartwrM.cf Whitv.eH, Tcnn., writes: woutd bo dismissed with a shrug manager of international repute, not be opened, so the oilicers had to ,,l0 gOVernmout. but who. in order man, Thomas Atkins, is "a line life danger. . ... tt.. j. i,1 nill ti(ril. this, ir it were not so d .....-- . "I suffered vi!U bsarine-ilow- n and a smllo had he not. In the se- who is financially intorestedirjiji tho I .iei mo go. u to ninco inem iuhuuj . . Tlis pains. cret demonstrations, backed up his corporation and one of Its managing I asked ulKaloni; the line for tUolv In lll0 government service, must ous." among . dizzy spells p,ot so lz.1 It was the laat Ie retfuiariy empiujv.u .. i. r otlmtlnt. statements. American engineers. directors. ..i" la thoThere is, without aa doubt, contempt for men in Franco, that when I would r. ;"t to sSTft Olflclnl action has been taken.and j The Illinois Central Railroad Is rociment I came to. When I inhulr- lod salary, and tho compensation 1 rethe lloche and all his works. walk, 1 would IJuslprtKy KT good on a big scale now building a line between Provi- jed for Percy England someone sent placed at a dollar a year. If be can mako big show or nearly fall. Was very tfjJB tlio United Stat03 will contribute dence and Dawson Springs, which will me to Company K. At Company E "Many of these men aro of nation- member between tho I tt '.J much reputation for bus- Messlnos and the subsequent "strafe" moro powerfully than any Imaglna-- l tl, ,ii,inro liotween Chicaeo 'they told me he had been transferred al and world-wid- e divisional sports. my husband Uicj jit Hon had conceivea to wiuiiiub ui ....... nllier nnrtliprii noillts to DaWSOIl to A Company. tii,1 ability. They have been' ac- taking part . iness A boxing tournament was part of the Cardui would help iic. .. From Photo. war from Germany. customed for many years to tho handSprings. This road will also roach game afternoon tho llucho le got mc n bot;lc. . . It Tf It nr.peeda the Govorniucnt Is "I found that company. I baw a ling of largo affairs, the direction of test. Tho lands which are also ,o.tonslve coal helped trie so mucli HiaJ I large buiinuss transactions, and tho was having a field day with his guns rlpht to use it for any owned bv the hotel corporation. apart on the grass. to have tho man sitting he (jol :ne another bc'.llc. 0-- 0 and all purposes. No other except went up to him and sure enough It supervision of the work of large num- over the back areas. I not auiiolc !ot bv'l'cr. At 0110 time there wns a danger u muno nowevor. I recognised him from a bers ot niuii. They are not merely AYn-t- c. uiragossian. was Percy. Clear Away The boxing ring, created out of The dizzy spells and t'.ie of It. That was his only request. regularity Is the secret of photo mother had sent mo yeurs captains of Industrythey are col- that the Dowel bcari::;;-dow- n one always finds In tho' pj'.us . . . Siiiull Machine Shown. onels, nml major generals In the odds and ends good health, bright eyes, clear com- ago." left mc entirely." forwnrd area, would go up in tho sub- The only llglit throwi on the Fred England said he was unable leadership of the great armlos of King's New Life plexions, and Dr. IF you are werl atd feeling Anurlrnn iudustrv. They hnvo 1)C"I1 air. Ject comes from a deleted report of Pills are a mild and gentle laxative to explain tho mystorious orsuifcr frc.u ex- It that regulatos tho bowels anil re- - which absolutely compelled him to trtlnctj ju the ofllclont school of th Patent Committee's hearings. womanly pains, , ovog U)0 C0Ilgei!te(1 .. nHl. mi mo l.,.lli- apneam that Glragossian demon-IIIU Stan OUl Oil .1 MSajtii rnH l.lu iiw...- iKM'Imice. intestines by E it 8 a machine of a tr B movng tUe iCcUnjulated wastos with- - erand to prosorvo thru obstaclo af a "It Is much to tho credit of theso W TAKE On its performance he based predlo out griping. Take, a pin neiora re- ter obstacle, but ho sayH be hail jiro- men that they have volunteered thoir, For Infants and Children away with tiring tlons that it will do and that heavy head, that dull monltlnn from the first that ho would 11 vice in the time of their country's; Ycar3 boilers, furnace, motors, coal, it earn, spring fever feeling disappears. Get succeed. ospoclully slnco thotr private In Lcce For Over iK -oil In short, everything that has Dr. King's New Life PilU at your affair demand their nttontion. more Always beats ' gChum Cf funnel 1. 3 heretofore been connected wltU tha druggist, 25c. urgently now than over before.. Par- - Signa'iure of as It is "Garabed." t.iaa nf nnwnr. Eat slowly, masticate your food Mai alwndonmoiit or privato business to be called. Is not a perpetual mo ' j;i?(ji'no.N' OV ISHII thoroughly, abstain from meat for 11 will mean financial loss In no small ' tlOU mclilne, he said. the tour degree. They aro laboring with it A Tailor's Slu. PHASING TO .lAI'A.VESE few days and In most Qlragossian's plan to utilize free If It doo expectation of pecuniary profit, and Tho tailor's sign in n little Inland stomach will disappear. as oham- - j onergy had several active was an apple, simply an apple. To!tl0i 0ct. c. The cordial rocep-nton- s not, tal:o 0110 or Chamberlain's Tab - ilttlo, If any, hope of such roward You can feci safe in giv-In.,.,. , vinnmnii Tahti in th lots immediately after supper. Ued rnmo run afford. Their nnmos will town people wore amazed at It. They before the committeo and tho .. Tho r- itiviv Cardui a thorough ihani IfanWMIOIlIBIH'Wi . ilWllf'V4tv caused a favorable Im moats are most llkoly to cause sour io overlooked whllo crodlt Is boln came in crowds to the tailor, asking W.... t ftlUUUB lUTiii fc.4vwvw.. rnlted States iluUHf trial. It Is composed ol Olnev and Tague. of MBMftcHueeUs, presslon thruout Japan and has call-,c- d stomach and you may find It best lo accorded to other men of far loss him what on earth tho meaning of tho mild, vegetable, medici' ., m nhiiiiv who were chosen for politl- - sign was. Tho tailor, with a !,,. and Itepresentatlve Denver S Church, forth appreciative comment. ... .'. ..iivv..... mir -- nal ingredients, recogreasons to fill cabinet positions reof California. replied: smile, cal Japan Times Tho nized by standard :cdl-c- al and share i" and to draw tho salaries gards tho reception as unprecedented ciiicAco (;hki:k urxitus "If It hadn't been for an apple, books (or many years, clothing business bo honors." where would the doou of vi:mzi:i.os tho ;in Japuuebo experience In its hearty as bciii of great value In cordiality, honor and respect paid and FOR FLETCHER'S the Iroubles from which A WNo lllshop. Athens, Sopt. 4. (By Mall.) in tlio enthusiasm of Its demonstraonly women nuffcr. The ror tho brev- FOHGKTK "HALT," MAUCIIKS Tho bishop was noted "Tho There is a man with a wlthoied nrm adds: tion. Tho newspaper I'lilhtisiastle praise of tins COMPANY TO CLIFF VFIKHJ 'Embabsy's Journey from Honolulu to standing on guard ut tho door of ity of his sermons. 'thousands ol vonirti who DAWSON SPItl.N'GS TO tea on his minl-It- y Congratulated at a iiAvi-- xi:w IIOTKL Washington has Indeed been a verlta Premier Vonlzelos head of tho Greek have been helped by Paris, Oct. 0. American oilicers of bolus brief, ho said: As Vcnlzolos Is partial bio series of royal receptions In tho government. Cardui In lis past Id years discoverfind difficulty with tho lanIn France "Ono of my first pulpit ot successful use c liould According to plans recently per- - host sonso of tho term, In which was toward Cretans, It was thought this you can't mako a sermon guages. Ono of them bus described assure you of lis jjcnitlno festsd. tho South is to have an ideal embodied American hospitality and man was from Crete. But when In- ies was that Immortal by mnklng tt everlasting." how ho tried to drill a French battalall.year-rQun- d merit, and convince you health and ploukuro sincerity and a most generous und quiry was made he' replied: Luxury. ion: 'majestic scalo, for which the "No, not from Crete, but from Chithat it would be worth isort, which In magnificence and "I almost wiped It out," bo Said. "How will you havo your oggs cago, Illinois." will tans tire traditionally noted, your while to try this of refinements "I got them started all right with Ho explained that he was ono of cookod?" asked tho waller. on Is most gratifying to Ja-ti"AH this medicine for your trouaqual If not excol any like resort "Mako any dlfferonco In tho cost tho advanco, and they went off at a bles. All druiaiista sell It. Aaarlcan continent, if not In the pan und tho Japanese. Tho honor tho great crowds oT Greeks who had - great clip. cuuBy und by I noticed that done to Viscount Ibhll has boon dime loft America when the last Balkan of 'em?" Iiuiulred' tho cautious wurm. Japan wars began. Of tho 300,000 men tomer with tho brdnlotis hat and there was a cliff dead ahead, und I U&wsoa Spring, Kentuoky, on tho to Japan und tho Japanose. began to try to think what 'Halt!' tho and the Japanese oniuint but feel and Greece put In tho fluid at that time, faded beard. o linn of Nw ( 1.74 was In French. , "No." boinu 57.000 camo from Amuiica thus lUHroad, It tho place upproclato nlost profoundly tho IlllllDl Central "I couldn't remombor and I didn't AW&W7M mSSTSffiZ3 "Then cook them on top of a sllco, lw lo- - pritsslous or tha most cordial frlond-e&i- forming about one fifth ot the whole thla large projfit U to w'JfitFWVlskYj of ham," sold the customer greatly. want to set out In front and linn Tkl tewu has b8ii a popvt- - uip and of the reality or war time Greek army. 'fcuwa&s&wttusA them by waving my urma. Thoy hud years, Its alliatic made thru Viscount Ishll." "I went thru ull thut Balkan flglP- -' relieved Jar haaltlt resert for mauy WILL TfcST HACU1NE FOB 'spring?, whoso alklllno water chlot attraction bolus its mineral pos- WAR RESULTS IN Ing and never got a vctrntch until tho last day," said tho Rurjrdlnn nt Von- - i. Alltnnv a wn-Uc- rs Ladies T. tfjk vsssw Si ti. ... J U well-know- Kcu-tuck- y. Pine-Tar-ifon- Suits -. to-da- 9 mys-terlo- lS-ho- lc I Hub ClothiMg Co. U HARTFORD, KY. . n- e 1 j j SttZrtttrrtrtpr.rWttt'"ir'-ZZrf:K- to-da- he-lle- ... ! "" j ds f -- 3P-Unow- uhj "time ter-rlb- lo corn-brothe- sto-clai- I non-metall- ic te ... I like.. : uii "shell-contempt- ic .- I hair-bread- th i kw U Spells m M j.er-vlc- el I ! - 1 ,,,, nni-dcv.- u. 1 . 1 ij j , I mn-dow- n, ed i A J J TTh jri0 (UOi,-&f7tte!&fZs4 A 1 cl ,. 30 ca-.e- s The Woman's Tonic ff. .. ..... ..... com-jplaco- nt senil-oiricl- Oliildren Ory : CASTORIA Amerl-steborateBe- ts Orleuiis-LoulDVlll- m Try Cardui re 4. ' tj r mt ifiu t.4- - -- V.Ss.jfr ' "t "TH mimmimmm'm ? ' A Tf 'fcOST VARIES FOR MAKING SOLDIERS HOMI2 KXIMIXSKS t)V S(IJ CASH'S IS (JltKATKU TIIA.V OTIIKItS I'l-J- CAPITA. ears, nnd there nro two gold rings fllinC k FflMIMT flC still on tho fingers. A third skeleton was that of n VACCINE NEEDED youth huddling with his face to a holo In tho garden wall. The last of d man, bent althe group, n most double under tho weight of the (iOVIMt.NMKNT ' I'fiAN.NMNf J TO I.V- suffocating debris, bad on a finger of OCULATi: KVKItVMA.V IX llio right hnnd, an Iron ring lusot TIIK AHMY. with a prettily engraved cornelian. full-size- Washington, Oct. fi. It costs more to tiiiiki' :i soldier hi some parts of llio 1'iillwl Stalt'H limn It docs In other ft. Thin tuny Round (jtiror to the who thinks Unit because Undo Sam buys hiipiiIIl'h at iinlforni prices for all parts of the country, and pays tho satno salaries everywhere, should cost no more In one region than In another. Tlio highest per capita cost In turning out soldiers Is $182. You'd never guess where this price obtains. Now York, your choice? fiuess ngnln. Michigan and Massachusetts, with Camps Custor nnd Dcveus respectively In tho natlotml nrmy, are tied nt I ho high mark. It is the cheapest nt American Lnko, Wash., whore Undo Sam's soldiers cost lilm only $142 each. Hero Is tho way tho sixteen cantonments rank In per capita cost for from lowest cost to highIny-inii- n, koI-dlu- rs est: How Camp's Ilnnk. Cump 'Lewis, American Lake, Wish . $14 2. Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky., $140. Camp Gordon, Atlanta, (In., $1 1G. Camp I'lke, Lltllo Hock, Ark,, $151. y Camp Funston, Tort Itlley, Kan., $Sr,-t Ti, (amp Travis, Fort Sam Houston, $150. ('.imp Jackson, Columbia, S. C, $ir,7 LCamp Dodge, l)es Moines, Iowa, i:.s. Camp Meade, Annapolis Junction, Md . $155. Camp Sherman, Chllllcothc, Ohio, J1G4. (amp Upton, Yaphnnk, Long land. $1C5. Camp Dix, Wrlghtstown, $107 Camp Grant, Uockford. 111., Camp Denver, Ayor, Mass., Camp Ctmtor, Dattlo Creek, $1 2. Is- N. J., $170. $182. Mich., DlMTepeiicy Not Kpliilncil. No ttpeclllc effort was mndo to explain the difference. In tho per capita ther of the new soldiers, but These figures are part of a budget Mibmlttcd by tho War Department to the Conunltteo on Appropriations of tho House of llopresentatlvos. In asking for money to outfit and train the national army. figures submitted Mtiny or the clear tho mystery. set expenses aro Idcnti-a- l the country over,, but others vary great dlffercnco Is scon in 'regusupplies, barracks and quarters, lar phooting ranges and clothing. Hut In such. Items as water and sewers, wheroln tho topography of tho country about tho cantonment Is an Important factor, there is wide variance, Again, In tho case of roads, wharves, walks and drainage, there is a big range. In tho case of hospitals, to bo constructed 'or ropalred, there Is great Camp Kunston, at Fort diversity. Illley. found hospitals In good condition, and required n very small exTho same penditure, comparatively. was true of Camp Cordon, Atlanta. ohn C. Mellett, in Louibvlllu Herald. No widely. - Muscle Sneness Helleved. Unusual work, bending nnd lifting or strenuous exercise Is a strain on Atho mubclcs, they become soro nnd still, you aro crippled and in pain. Sloan's Liniment brings you quick relief, easy to apply, it penetrates without rubbing nnd drives out the Borcness. A clear liquid, cleaner tlmn mussy plasters or ointments, It does not stain tho skin or clog tho yores. Always havo a bottle bandy for tho paln3 nches of rheumatism, Made Her Well. gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiffpain. ness, backacho and all external Limn. Ohio. "I was all broken down 3 At your druggist, 25c. in liealtu irom a uispiacemenuune 01 my ft ' Washington, Oct. C With the Of tho American nrmy to tho enormous slzo contemplated ono of tho most Important problems In connection with their preparation for service will bo Inoculation against tho Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy has various maladies which may threaten boon used in my mother's homo nnct ' tl,u "vo3 of tno soldiers. Tho size of this problem may bo iiitnn for vrars. nml wo nlwavs found when It is stated that tho a quick euro for colds nnd It We find It to bo tho several vaccines ror tins purpose are chlnl troubles. most rellablo cough medicine wo havo 'manufactured by army experts In one building In Washington. This ono 211 used. medical forco has tho task of turning out vaccina for an army which may svi:iisi.a.mi:kican8 reach well over 1,000,000 men. j'I,i:ik;k alM'X;ianc,i: Whether the forco can cope with this Job is yet to be icon. There Is Casper, Wyo., Oct. G. Swedish-Amorlca- every probability that It can, howev In Wyoming want Undo er. Tho samo doubt was expressed Sain to know that they are loyal toJUt ycar who)l tl(J NatIona, Guar(,3. tho United States, mid call upon their men mobilized for tho Mexican bor- Scandinavian relatives to shako off der. Tho Medical Corps rose to the the yoke of their autocratic ruler iu occasion, however. a petition being circulated Acre. Itoqulrcs Great Skill. "Hesolved, that we, tho descend- The force which does this work ants of Swedish parentage, petition ,3 houstM ,Q Um our friends and rolat ves in tlio home ., omcerg wcro Me(Hcal Q nunliv tint 1i )w fnnlnd liv tltn Rtvnil- their training. The force is ,, . ,'celr .. , .1.1 ii.11 juier, ...1 uut. I composed of one int: punuiiu ivuiid, officer, usually a to ask that lie, like the Russian Czar, Captain iu the Medical Corps of tho othhtep down and out, as 'they like 'army; sevor'al assistants and a group er ilogs, havo had their day." 'of privates In the Medical Corps. Tho potition vehemently denouncM I Tho work is of the most exacting tho duplicity involving Swedish diplo- mature and requires not only profesrecently revealmatic representatives sional skill but an export ability to ed by the State Department, and de- utilize spcclnl apparatus which forms loyclares that nil Swedes will stand tho equipment of tho "factory." This ally by tho United Stutcs In any factory, by the way, occupied only ' 0110 floor of tho school last year. One of the most Important jobs is ser- Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ' tho preparation of wlili LOCAL APPLICATIONS. n they uin. So valuable Is tho work In this cannot reach U10 scat of tlio disease. Catarrh 13 a local disease, rrcatly in- - Hue that samples have been contrl-llucnc. by constitutional conditions, and .,..!.... " ""- ,i.. u ""'V'i'- In order to euro It you must tako an Interim! remedy. Hall'o Catarrh Mcdl Ill Ollt. clno Is taken Internally nnd acts thru In this connection. It may he stat the blood on tlio mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medlrlno was Iirerrribeil liv nnn f th tpt nhvnlrlnna ed that tho American Medical Corps in this country for ypars. It is com- - has ono of tho finest typhoid germ posed of somo of the best tonics known. r01nn'es i' tlio world. combined with rom of tlio blood puriners. Tho Perfect, combination of Tho colony was developed from 'a the Insrcdlints In Hall's Catarrh riedl- soldior who died from typhoid In tho clno Is what produces Buch ondHrful results In 'catarrhal conditions!. Send for j Hoer war.' Tho original culture are testimonials, frtf. V. .1. CHENKV & CO., Trops.. Toledo. O. 'still In use Developments from them .All Druirsists, 7f'C. j wero sent Ut the Japanese army med-- 1 Hull's Family Pills for constipation. leal authorities last year for use. No doubt they havo pluyctl their part in FUIINCII WAR PKlSONF.ltS tho war In Europe. KSCAPF. I.V AKK()Pli..VKS A unit from a colony Is cultivated, put thru various Involved technical Paris. Sept. 10. (lly Mail) One j processes, and finally the finished of tho most spectacular escapes of product Is given the most exhaustive prisoners of war recently occurred on tests on living animals as a tho S.iolnikl front where four French soldiers who had been taken prisonWhen It has been proved "safe" it ers by tho Hulgnriaus wero carried Is bottled In a special kind of flask. back to their own lines in aeroplanes. Flasks of tho vaccine ure packed in After their capture tho four men strong, handy boxes for distribution wero tightly bound, but their cap- - to tho army as called for. . .1 .. .. miring tors inrgoi 10 searcn mem. .1 Wlie (ho soi(1Ier goes into servlce the night one or the men succeeded ,, ls i,1Ucttlntea several times against iu freeing himself with his pocket- -' ty,,,,old 8,nanI)0X, etc. As tho ho then liberated his threo ,,.,. nf Rni,iprs n,.. i.ptV C,AP, nut comrades. Tho nion eluded tho sen- exceeds anything over imagined in For this country beforo war started, it tries and lied into the woods. "threo weeks tho men hid themselves can readily bo seen what a job tho In tho woods, living on wild berries. medical corps has on its hands. o Finally they sighted a French and utter repeated signals succeeded in attracting the attention of FOR FLETCHER'S tho aviator who made a landing not ? far from whero tho men wero hiding. They explained their plight nnd tho aviator asked them to wait until ho j Oar (iiianled Closely. returned. A fow hours later ho Perograd, Oct. C. The camo back with threo other ma- - t:il IIhrkIhti fiimtlv. wlilln nu'uitlti:? chines and all four prisoners weraj,ho completion or tho arrangements carried back to the French Hues. for their installation in tho Governor's palace, remained for flvo days on hoard tho steamer which c'ouveyed thorn from tho railway termiuus to Tobolsk. For flvo days tho steamer remained at anchor In midstream, only npproachlng tho shoro to cuablp nnd his family to walk tho along the river bank. Those walks Woman Tells How $5 Worth always t,ook place at a distance of some miles from tho town. Tho of Pinkham's Compound rarely loft tho vessel. Cliiuulwrlniii's CoiikIi Henieily .Most Uelmble. Tim After many years' expcrlenco In the use of it and other cough modi elnes, thcro aro many who prefer Mrs. Chamberlain's to any other. A. C. Klrsteln, Greenville, 111., writer, raising left the clly next morning In a lopo with a song In her mouth. Miss Neff is a second Jcanetto Audrey of the (V.irk mountnlns.tho lone woman who, with 11 pack of dogs, camped in this county several week.i n few years ngo begging assistance. Tho Cleveland girl, like the Audrey woman, also carried a gun secretly hidden "sonmwllere" In lior clothes. Miss Neff refused to tell tho object of her long mid peculiar trip, but as sho Is n college graduate and carried manuscript, it is supposed that she will write her adventures for an Kastom magazine. Kllzubethtowi. Mirror. Don't Let Your Cough Hung On. A cough that racks and weakens Is dangerous, It undermines 3Wit&&0Bf5g Siildreii Cry for Fletcher's llio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been m use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of t your Re- and has been made under his per- supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experfmcnt. jC&rtfrfrtts ? GQnal Just-as-go- ' health nnd thrives on neglect. lievo It at once with Dr. King's New iu Discovery. This soothing balsam remedy heals the throat, loosens the phlegm, ts antiseptic properties kill tho germ and tho cold Is quickly broken up. Chlldreu and grownups nllkc find Dr. King's New Discovery pleasant to take as well as effective. Have n bottle handy In yonr medicine chest for grippe, croup and all bronchial affections. At Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty yeara it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. fT& &l?Z WhatfsCASTOmA druggists, 50c, m 3 mmz ( J 1 anti-typho- id ',,.,. r,.i i,,.i I ed The OppoMte. Mrs. Jenkins had missed Mrs. Brady from her accustomed haunts and hearing several startling rumors concerning her, went In search of her old friend. "They tell me you're workln' 'ard night and day, Sarah Ann," she began. "Yes," returned Mrs. Brady. "I'm under bonds to keep tho peace for pullln' tho whiskers out of that od lscoundrol of a husband' o' mine, an' tho magistrate said IT I come afore 'lin again, or laid rac 'amis on the old man, he'd fine mo forty shlllln's." "An so ye're workln' 'ard to keep out of mischief?" "I'm what? Not much! I'm wash-I- n' 'ard to save up tho fine!" Baltl-mor- o Sun. .I11M Bears the Signature of STORIA J 2T ALWAYS C5fef The -- jO JEknim fS $& it Use For Over 30 5fant3 You THK CENTAUR fears Have Always Bought COMNY, NEW YORK CITV. rifrnnii !!'. irii wn No Money inAdvanco Sntlsfnc tlon Guar LowestNet "" "&" I ! b.-- I A Mean Man. Tho telephone bell rang with anxTho doctor answerious persistence. ed tho call. "Yes?" ho said. "Oh, doctor, said a worried voice, "something seems to havo bappen-e- d to my wife. Her mouth seems set. and she can't say a word." "Why, sho may have lockjaw," said the medical man. "Do you think, so? Well, If you aro up my way some timo next week I wish you would stop In and see what you can do for her." o-t- o o djLcircK nntoed I'rlcoH Pianos r flf Faot'jty Easi Terms P. A. STARCK RESIDENT jt iiiMi'""''" J" ' '' wn ntf i Saving of SlOO to A S200FacFrom tory Direct' $n S1A9 B REE "HOOKIK'S" IGXOUANCK AFKOItDS MAJOH l"UN J aoro-pl'an- Children Cry OASTQ R A r- mtm mm IN HEALTH , r UNKAKTIl SICHliKTONH OF l'OMl'HII VICTIMS ' Milan, Oct. C After a lapso of close upon 2.000 years slnco tho of Pompeii, tho sltolotons disof four of tho victims havo been in covered lii tho actual positions wero overtaken by the which they cntubtropho. apparently Two of those victims, to tho upn man and wlfo belonging bad evidently been caught per classes, stones In toy tho shower of rod hot garden of their villa, tho cloistered sholt.or and "while hastening to seek corner, hart boon suddenly burin a tho colied and asphyxiated thru or tho roor. ovorladen with lapse dust. In a bU- The husband Was found head and back 4AK position, with bis forward, and the logs wldo apart.erect luiinoHiH wlfo was Htan.Hu blm. Her gold ear- behind wcro found ou a level with her vol-can- lc Lit Si Cough Hemedy. nnd when the attack Mi. Kuiitli Kccommciids Chambertho lain's TwbletK. com-- ! comes 011 bo careful to follow vised mo to You win menco taking Lydla plain printed directions. "I havo had more or less stomach bo surprised at the quick relief which troublo for eight or ten years," writes E. Pinkliam'a Compound It affords. in Mrs. G. II. Smith, Hrowcrton, N. Y. 1 and to uso Lydia E. "When suffering from attacks of InPinkham's Sanative "A tx'XKur "" digestion and heaviness after eating, T hpr 1".1: Wnnli. ai r& A Miss Odcll Noff, a dashing and ono or two ot Chamberlain's Tabinn; your remedies girl, ot lets havo nlways relieved me. captivating sixteen-year-ol- d I X Ineveland. O.. through this lint... ulun ffiniifl fltntti n ,....- nloflsntlt 1nV , " "" a.Miyii-js-sup thO well woman 'clt' Friday on horseback en route to ntivo." These tnbiets lono was a nftnr threo doctors Enid 1 never would Now Orleans, hogging her way along Btunuich nud onublo it to nurform Its j stand up ".traiojht njraln. I was a mid- -' her long Journey. Sho was dressed functions naturally. If you nro trou- - ( 7ifofor33vcnyeard'nnd I recommended in malo uttlro from head to root, a' bled with iuultreution give thorn tho Vegetable Compound to every wo- -, jn cowboy style, and easily obtained trial, Bet well una stjiy well. Ml man to tako befoto birth und after- - j tll(, aU1 of OVeryi)ody with her siren Well Irrigated. Oeorgo wus hninporod by a moth-o- r All barriers to her request women wbh to write to mon. If whoso Idea of Bodllness was rnolwinbodelishtodtoarwwertheni." ,wro easily sei umuu ur u, wui".. .... iiiit 'S kT ..tt ill. k Notwithstanding' the frequent unubushed and iiorauaslvo en Mrfl.JCNmis iuui'KK, mm r,.iNtvu. cu, dent, treaties to Blvo lior nuslstnneo.- - Sim baths to which ho was condemned, Lima, Ohio. Ono thrived axcoodliiBly. wus frooly jslvon a ulehtB lodgliiK nt GoorKU Vomen who suffer froni disputeo menu, weaknww, iriegultuitk.t. th nunli HoiiBO, lloror & Harnad day a neighbor remarked on his btckucho, or bring-duw- n her liorsu without cost and J. J. giowth. pains, need the touie prouartiea of thu ,Vntadu, tlm liluuksniltli, shod harj "Yets," ald George, "that's ma' roots Hnd herbb coiiti:.cJ in Lydla horso without any charges, and she fault; she waters me too much." Cvwivund. Pliilslism's ad0- SSSSTS? jf yollr nmn imt n A Mnjor, who commands a battalion of nearly 1,000 men, was standing near division headquarters yesterday afternoon, watching a long procession of newly-arrive- d drafted men pass. They had just entered Camp Taylor. Ono of tlio young fellows dropped out of tho lino and walked ovor to tho Major. Tho recruit probably did not know what rank the golden oak-leon tho olllcer's shoulder Indicated and apparently regarded it as an ornament that any Sammy might wear. "Say, Sergeant, when are they going to feed us?" lie asked tho Major. Tho olllcer did not feel badly about tho slight given his rank, but took tho matter with an amused smile. But suddenly his face showed wrath. "Young man, I am not a Sergeant; my title Is Corporal." Tho drafted man seemed sorry. "Oh," ho said. "Beg your pardon, Corporal," and without waiting for his answer walked away. Tho Incident was similar to an occurrence at tho officers' camp at Ft. Gen. Glonn, camp Harrison recently. was walking down a commander, company streot when a prlvato passed without saluting. Tho General callod tho private and demanded: "Young man; how long have you beon in this camp?" 00 "Aw, about a week. How long Croup. you been bore, purd?" Loulsvlllo aro subject to Herald. children I num-knlfoa- Wo will ship you a beautiful Stnrclc i:a;;& for 30 davs' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask In that you v:il! play upon, uie J ana lesi mis piano ior ou uays. 11, at ine cna 01 mat lime, you do nut inu u me highest erade; sweetest toned and finest plane In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send Iffrack, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. T 5 StarcU Piano must make good with you, or there la no sale. TRIM IH YOUR uvT.i r.UKit Save $150.00 or More We sliip direct to you from our factory,, at prices that arte you upwards of JlSO.OO'to Jie cot of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better pianq for the money than you can You are assured ot receninjj secure elsewhere. a Mtijfactory sweet tonid durable high grada p(ano. .$. Easy Payments Vcu pay no rash down, but alter SO days of trial, you can begin psyment on the lowest, easiest tenns ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. The"e terms are arranged to fcuit your comenltnie, and it is possible for you to buy a piano fcr your home, without, missl.ig the money. , , ar truarantecd tor 25 years. Thii i;krante hai banc ot it our 35 years ot plans experience, and the repu tatioti of an responsible piano bouse. OR.Yaai Ritavanlaa V lwa. Every Etarck , Tiano it aiarcK - 50 Free Husio Lessons purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one ot the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you ran take In jour own home, by mail. This represents one year's free Instruction. every numVr a pianos ot all and second-lanstandard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos The follow, tnd Player-l'lancing are a fen tirnple bargains : 2nd -- Hand Bargains Vie luo constantly on hand large ot slightly ukd Weber $110.00 92.00 Steinway Chickering Kimball are Starck riayer-l'iau- r the best and most beautin rna ful vlver Piksj i'ou win be market, with the many exclusive features ot these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured, (g Sind todav for our new beautifully illustrated planj book which ghes you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Tj Starck Second-han- 90.03 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Piano book rros Send for our latest cusiplete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Starck BId., CHICAGO ) You Can Be You t I Whatever want To Be ' You can be a success, and a big success, if you have ttit tt o ti linrl n n 'u - t Veg-ctab- lo I MMw 41 Hori-cbacU- ," I jSttffX S p.l '' AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost with- out exception aro the men who prepared yesterdtiy. We prepare you for tho po?ition that are wuiting for iho prepared man or woman. School iw session" tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. V, j "it I A. b. . ". cleun-IIiioh- I OHM BBS v In Ull slid (Incorporated) let w, jtl t t OWENSBORO, KY. - r H..4.-,-- l 1IAUTKOIM) TJjtfm - . api9p , - i """TV J" .'.!T"TSi 3PC " 'vyTe rnmwtftwgu'i'..i wraT Republican. !lw snlnry Y I the citizens of Louisville value pooplo of tho state C. K. s. they sliotiltl rcimKo ni mo pons President o, tho Democratic machine thnt made ..... .inn aililo 1m murder of nil officer in . iMIimr .10II.V lli:XKY THOMAS duty, by appoint Associate Kdltor tho discharge of his V. S. TIXSIiWY, ing n rmi.lleht snlnon keener as a " " mid Business Manager prlmnry election olllcor. Published Weekly !y PRINTING COM PAX f(,r tho fnnilly cxchcckcr as U. for derk hlrc Th0 plnlllt 0l(1 Siipcrliitoml-- , fashioned Republican cnts nil kept their own records. i S. CONSTRUCTING 787 WAR VESSELS Incorporated SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Trca- tho respect of tho " , i ' iv. coMPi,r.Ti:i. work ijkixh ItrSHKI). I NTMHKIt OK SHIPS ALUKADY i Wc nre uiiablo to state Just how much the economy Superintendent paid out of tho school funds as salto ary to his daughter for clerical work Address nil communications in his ollico utter school hours, Tho Hartford Republican. In his trumpeted public statement of the condition about n year NOTICE Tq,SUBSCHIUERS fund, ho Include this .l.u.lrltirr til.. Inl ti HPtl f til It F1PW ago of this julUrwyimiit Rite the olcliiUilniw In ninlluKtl" statement In nb Illicit of odds and ends charged up under the head of line nnil Sc I.ocnN nml Notice ino - ' Hcitonl, elM. 'it Ky., t i n mnll tnnltrr ot '" I'1 Mt ,,,e I'u'totflw th ceaml l"T IlnnltH"" per llimfor nncli mldllloniil OMtunrlcK, KtiMilutlona nml Oinl ot Tlnnl,3? line, money In inlviniie. Church N'n t Inn fur imtyIiim free, Imt other idvertlKennentK. Jt- - tier line. lll recelre no Anonynioun comniiiiiloitlon Washington, Oct. 0. Tho Amrrl-ca- n navy's war construction program ronsl'ts of 7S7 vesiols, Including all typo from to submarine chasers. In making this announcement today, Secretary Daniels said some if the vessels have been completed within tho last few weeks, nnil now are In service, anil that tho remainder of the program is being rushed. The total cost Is estimated at $1,150,400,-00ts 0. ogrsEssxHKssrcsrairzzraxzs' "Incidentals." ttentlon r2ZZTZ2& S L01T3S B . rarmoia' Uv.tvial PUIIUV,. , OMiM.torla.ni ..' 123 SO .octohkr in Since taking a look at the now tax schedules, we have come to tho conclusion that somebody had mighty little to do when they framed the new taxing laws. Hartford Herald. My, but Uncle Sam is some spender of money. $7,757,434,-41- 0 was appropriated by tho Senate Wednesday In threo minutes. Hartford Herald. Now tho Herald can't say these caustic criticisms of Its State and Na tional administrations are not quot- ed verbatim. There Is another little economy of the Democratic Superintendent that rkpublicax tickkt. For Representative L. L. EMBKY. O -- For County Judge MACK COOK. For County Attorney A. D. KIRK. For County Clerk W. C. BLANKENSHIP. the Herald fonfot tocredit him with. Leach, who WliPii Sunorintendont did his own clerking, went out of offlce he turned over to his successor quite a little sum of money belonging to the County Library fund. This sum hns been since augmented by the surplus resulting from the County Institute fees. Wo are informed that Mr. Shults has so carefully economized with this fund that he has not added any books to the Teachers' Library since he has been In otllce. No misappropriation of this fund is insinuated, but we are just showing how tho economy Superintendent husbands the school fund. At last it looks like a rift in tin-clouds of war. Evidences are ap pearing that show attraction is slowly but surely wearing down the Cen tral Powers. With the pressure on the Russian front relieved and all Its resources massed on tne western front, a whole season has been wast- ed in a vain effort to check the ad- vancing march of tho Allied armies. The submarine hope has proved abortive, and with an army reinforced by its last reserves, and breaking under tho strain of pressure from an ever increasing power of a vital foe the once greatest fighting machine tho world ever saw, sees the handwriting on the wall. The end may not come this year, but It now seems impossible that tho dreadful conflict can be drawn out for more than another year. 'ISCAL COl'RT (iKIXDS Ol'T CLAIMS Many of tho vessels aro destroyers and arrangements have been mndo for carrying out the $350,000,-00- 0 supplemental destroyer program, which tho navy expects to bo completed In eighteen months. Contracts Inspected. Examinations of contracts by the legnl representatives of tho hulldois prevented tho formal signing ot the agreements today with tho six com panies which aro to build tho crafts, but Mr. Daniels said only minor details stood In the way of gcttitfg the vessels under construction. The companies awarded the con- -' tracts are. tho New York Shipbuild ing Corporation, tho Cramp Company, tile Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, tho Pore River Ship Building Corporation, the Bath Iron Works and the Union Iron Works. All these companies have bad experience In destroyer building and this Is expected to make for rap id work. Mr Tho Fore River Company, Daniels explained, was the only one that had offered to build moro vesit. Tic sels than were awarded builders were called In, each except the Fore River, was given nil the work it estimated that It could un dertake, and the balance of the or der, details of which still aro with held, went to tho Tore River Busy Training: Men. You May Not Believe It JD ;ut It's True With our New York connections we are in a better position than ever to give you the very best service in Ladies' Ready-to-ea- r. surprised when you actually know how much we undersell grade for grade the larger You will be towns. All our suits from $20.00 up are exclusive. No two alike. High grade Coats the same. . A thorough look through our Suits and coats will STORE convince you that this is the READYT0-WEAR X of the Green River territory. For Sheriff S. A. BRATCHER. For Jailer WORTH TICHENOR. Secretary Daniels said he expected the first of tho new destroyers to be launched and commissioned within nine months. They will be of the latest and improved .type, which have . ", FoEARNESBRO. EL- - For Asscss-o- D. E. WARD. For Superintendent of School E. S. HOWARD. For County Survejoi C. S. MOXLEY. i ...,... .... For Coroner For Hartford District ED. DR. A. B. RILEY. Justice of the Pe.ici. SHOWN'. Bcawr Dam District SAM L. STEVENS. vy, ho said, and found to bo itnsur TBnTTTTiTTT 1 passed by any destrojers in the world. . "Thousands of men will be required to man these destroyers." the Sec ( By I. D. Claire ) retary's statement said, "and we are 'I now busy training them. By tho! ' A good many people charge up the time the vessels are completed the A high cost of living to Bill crews will bo ready. w BOILED DOWN. i imMnHissmmii Tl 1' BEAVER DAM, KY. VI T lyWTTTTTH' Htnu TfH j mam A Wbolesal e We quote rnces I 4 Ceutcrtoun Di-tri- et GEO. W. ROWE. Hookport Distilrt Q. B. BROWN. KosJne District W. C. DAUGHERTY.-BiUphuifinings Distiiet 'rr W. S. PEAN. Fordsville District B. P. RICE. i Bartlett District - ItARIIKI) WIHK When Fluke saw in tho papers that .. i, r 1.1.... h, ,o.. tnurtl llllil per spool of SO rods Light Cattle mm: ..n(.u w 1110 lieilua Ul aeroplanes for !k, , ii ,iie departing soldiers good- Twenty thousand Light Hog 3.00 per spool or SO iodn uso in army service in rraiiL-- ui- - live, he immediately donned his now 4.09 por spool of SO roiN Heavy Cattle ft . The Ohio Fiscal Court was In sesUnited'.nine dollar suit and fled toward the ifj 4.C7 per spool of SO rods Heavy Hog Friday and undrr construction in the sion here Thursday and B. C. RHOADS. States. i.iiincrrnKH town lniiulring for a re ground out the usual number of road SMOOTH I'lI.VCK WIHK In 100-lBundles.) cruiting station. some other claims, and transacted Austria is exhausted and anxious ' Congress adjourned Saturday un No. 10 $4.96 per bundle Galvanized for peace, but is more afraid of her business of Importance. til the date for tho opening ot th-I liavo often wondered if the peo No. 11 Galvanized 6.00 per bundle Road claims to the amount of more regular session the first Monday in eneGorman ally than ot her allied No. 10 & 1.26 per buuilbs Annealed ple who aro not prominent, nor well- $0,000 wore allowed and some ecember. than my . No. 1 1 Q 4.30- - per bundle Annealed known never die or git married or. If j were made for small allowances newspapers just don't say ay-j- S the I NAILS (Kull Keg Pi Ices.) a n.t.. nliniil II If llinv lift The collossal debt this government bridge timber, etc. T Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Douohoo, AlmsCharlie Smith was creating will fall, a galling is now well to do and widely known couple year. i0D. 301), 401) and COD, Common $1.10 per keg yoke upon the necks of generations house Keener for the ensuing ot Buffalo, Larue county, wero pre I) Casing.. S Tliisloy gavo Thomas a dime to go 4.35 per keg ion i amnion. . )$4.16 por keg Tlioro were no other candidates for sented in the county court at Hodgon- jet unborn. 10 D Casing, .iff 4.26 per ke,j S 1) Common . (i 4.20 por keg to the show Tuesday night, and then tho place. a lunacy in- sneaked off and didn't got in till nearvllls last week for I) Kino iQ C D Common. 3 4.1,0 per keg . it 4.30 pef keg Will our good friends, tho DemoTho court appointed a committee, quest. is sure he 3 D (Shingle., ft 4.60 per keg ly midnight. Thomas 4 I) Common . O 4.40 per keg they of threo, Messrs. M. L. Heavrin.Row-u- n cratic candidates, advise us if 0 I) Casing missed something but doesn't know ft 4.45 per keg aro making their campaign on the Holbrook" and Mrs. S. O. Keown, Tho United State court has set just what it was. nacourt record of their county, state or to purchase, and raise in tho per ball, f. o. b. Fordsvlllo, while It last3 on tho BINDKR TWINE $1.00 December 10, for a Hearing tional ndmluistiatiou. houso yard, a suitable American constitutionality ot tho conscript Mnmisliino Is playing Its part in X HAY BALK THIS flag. law. reducing high prices. Iir addition to It was a bit ungracious of tho sctr As follows, to be shipped direct from Louisville, Ky.: matter of the metal road In tho reducing the electric light bill half ( who worked out tho clover scheme heretofore provided for, beglnnlug Tlioro are by actual count, 1,106 No. 15 i Wire, 9 feet long $2.20 per bundla im time it will reduce tho liquor Tor tho of "The Signs of The Times" nt the end ot tho piko on tho Owens-bor- o questions to bo answered, on the AsNo. 15 Wire, 9 V- - feet long ft 2.30 per bundel bill all tho year around. Herald to forecast tho elecHartford road, near Alexander school schedule of the new t And o will pay tho Height on orders for flvo bundles, or more. tion of all tho ticket but J ml go house and extending four miles to sessors property tax law. Uleiiu. old man has ono advantago The Wo will furnish you our special brand of Puro Lead and Oil Houso tho boundary lino of Buford precinct, now. Ho won't havo to pay war taxordered that a committee It was aint $2.40 per gallon, freight paid to your railroad station, By the way of recognition of the Judge A. II. Tuck, of Morgnntown, composed of Esquires Ed Shown, Ben es so long. Wo can maUo prompt shipments. Scud uh your order today. Do S ""n's 10,000,000 negroes, Emmott is collecting a museum of political Taylor and County Attorney A. I). lot delay. pro-:ur- o J Scott, a colored man and former J. antiquities ,und has asked us to Bat Nail says If I say anything Kirk tako charge of the construcecifitary of Booker Washington, has for him a copy of thu once curhim being out lato ot nlghU tion of tho work, and employ men rent and popular picture entitled, and teams to bo paid for by tho day. been appolntod special Assistant Sec- about mnko mo a charlor member A bo will loiary of War. "He kept us out of war." at of tho Red Cross Society, und that Incorporated Marriage License. 1 won't wear tho badgo of tho order JAKK WILSON, Manager KOICDSVILI.i:, Ky. Tho Democratic candidates may commerce raldora aro reGorman But Herman MeManania. 32, Center- - ported actlvo In houth Paclllc waters. on tho lappol of my coat, neither. tell you thero is no politics in this . unreasonable. Bat always was into, but If you will look over their! town, to Mabel Williams, 19, Centerannoiincehionts In the Hartford Her-- , town Tho threo cent letter postago and Ruiidu Lake, 20, Hartford, It. fi, to I novor thought It fair to call a aid. you will discover a. mighty lusty two cent postal curd regulations go man a crook just becauso ho was A Piiitljil b'llciul. Store liurncd. It. C. Ethel Park, 17. Hartford, looking Democratic rooster. 2. Our old newspaper friend, J. 11. bowloggod. P. G. Golf. IS, RobIiio, to Una Into offect November The kloruhouso and reldonco of Thoniab, is back In tho newspaper Mr. L. K. Kverly, a marclinnt of Thero U a rumor In circulation that Rowe, 21, Centoitown. WAXTICD. Buuyoii Wolls, 23, Fordsvlllo, to burned ubuut threo o'clock game ugaln, and U now editing Tho i.nii. Rmiirv voted for tho new ta Administrator's Not Twenty mon with tools to clean Lobs ot building, Repuhlleau at llartrord. TuoMlay morning. Mr. Thombill that lnvle $120 on the farmers' Mndolyno P.arnnrd, 21, Beaver Dam All persone knowing tbomselvoa on Hartford and Ow- Clyde Chlnn. 21, Boavor Dam, to i' goods, about as In ono of the bes( nil "round onJy ten cunts on tho bank stouk and hotuohold land and to tho estate of John Morton, ihoro road at north end of pike on will como for- - five or six thouwind dollars. Tho Bap- "now bos"tliat tho Stato lias over tr's oash. hut the rumor is false. That Minnie Walluce, 17,10,McHonry. r colored) docewted, Rockport, to road. out, and, if he Homer Keo'wu, tax bill and Mr. was a Democratic S,or;.plowsV&c: toward at once and settle and aU dI. tist church ueurby narrowly escaped tinned up down In his does not wake wh Myrtle Bratchor, 16, Rockport. No lusiirauco. thing It. county we are tbo conflagration. Kuibry vntad "gainst 1. cluln.s on said road. Oct. 22. 1917. -- on. having Roy Lain, 19, Narrows, to Myrtle Mr. going to lit) badly fooled. Here's to present camo. inop r X Origin of the flro unknown. -- tatu will you, old follow, and' wo hope thnt For prices see tho undersigned. Ilan.1. . In referring to its flimnotel gon-Iu- h Askliw, 18, NarrowB. to me on or boo o .Nom-A- Kverly bat not yut duclded whether you 11.75 Pr day. Hand and twain $4. proven, will make a million a year out e. or not he will rebuild, though a wtohful sentinel that stands will bo forever Lliar 1, 1917, 1). KIRK. strongly urged to do so by his cus-tN- r, of Tho Republican, and llvo to bo a !. treajury doora ot the county barred. HKN W. TAYLOR, will) Yviiom he U vry pupu- - 400 yearn old SumurMt ol fund, tko Hertford Herald wm Hi ' R, B: MARTIN, Adwr., Ml) SHOWN, FOR FLETCHER'S Mw, few , d .rtMtly fdleut about ttat Hartford, Ky. i la 1 IM, CeinmUtfe. Jiuudred doJUw W yoar be rsfced! 'OHIO i.-t b. s The Kentucky tobacco crop is estimated at 431,000,000 pounds as compared with 435,000,000 pounds lat-- t j ear, away back in tho fclxties, what In the ' h 1 would he think of It now with I .. . If Sherman tnougut war was . ..,.,' n i I , & on Wire and Nails ou our special prices booze $S.OO a gallon. j as follows, f. o. b Fordsvlllo, Ky : ... t ... I ... Fordsville .Planing Mill Company f s, i !. aint ,;,;. per-U.K- ' -- Children Cry O A8TORI A or-th- y . Suml-Wuuk-- ly J"'1"' & fl4tfqNS4kQSftitt'ttPiTOt WW rtfc &f lyifaar.ansg.- -' "v. " womwwi HP FALL SPECIALTIES TIio season 1ms arrived when your winter needs VMIHl t)U 1 per month nndor federal and Mm. Louis. Copt Bennett in a half AmbroHC will rocclvo $12 n moniu nrotuor 01 air. Homey Duke foreman undor State law, of tliia office. $ 20 . HUppllfO. We are in a position to supply you with comfort ( iroin nean lo lout. now Iron brldgo la being Miss Harriet Flonor, of Cromwell, across n thorofare on tlio will arrive hero today to assist In the I Butitli Hido of Rough lUver, just nbovo sheriff's office during the fall rush of I Dundee. tax collections. j A od m m UMSIG .WEAFQ BEYOND COMPARE 1& m MamtBinnKainnik. Millinery Department - N. Mrs. Hollo Cooper returned WedMrs. J. F. Vtrkorn, who 1ms been nesday from Owonsboro, wlicro sho very ill of typhoid, at tbo City Hosbad been visiting relatives for tbo pital, Owonsboro, was reported as dopast week. ing very well at press hour. MIbh Ernio Doswoll, of Narrows, It Ih one of the paradoxes of tho has gone to Gordan, Iowa, for nn newspaper business that it o.tiu hapoxlcndcd visit with licr uncle, Mr. pens that the most sensational news Rcrnlce Neighbors. is Just what can't bo published. Attorney C. E. The Women's Club of Hertford, of attendance in the Da- - which Mrs. J? H. B. Cnrson Is presi- vlcss Circuit Court at Owensboro tho 'dent, will present a hundred books to the soldiers' library at Camp Tay first of tills week. Commonwealth's .Smith was in lor. , William Lake, a farmer living near ' Every week adds to our big stock the late styles. So you ean visit, our Millinery Parlors with the assur- aneeof finding the style you want at the lowest price possible. Possibly your old hat needs touching up a little . if so, bring it along. Coats and Coat Suits An unusual large line in Coats and Coat Suits in all the new fabrics and shades. This week adds new numbers at a SPECIAL lMilCli We court comparison. LojIc elsewhere, then come to us. We will show you the goods at a lower price. Ladies' Shoes No lady is now considered well dressed unless her footwear is We are showing a very popular line in Kid and While Kid Tops. Battle Ship Grays, all Jilnek Kid, White Kid, Black Kid Vamps with tan top. The above aie special numbers. Our stock in other shoes is very large. We extend to you a special invitation to sec the above lines before sending your money to a mail-ordehouse, assuring you that when qualities are considered our prices are as low as any house. Don't forget (his, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves yon money. tip-to-dat- Washington church, went to Owene-bor- o Mr. and Miy. Sam Hennctt and Tuesday, whero ho underwent Mr. and Mrs. John Rcnfrow and chilan operation at the city hospital. dren motored over to Olaton Sunday to visit the family of Mr. Joo Mr. E. 0. Ilagerninu, station agent Wilson. for tho L. & N. railroad at Center-towhas resigned bis position and M. Roan requests us to say to the will probably locate in the south. thief who stole ills stove pipe to cither bring tho plpo back or steal the Goobcl Crowe, of Stone, Ky,, and stovo, as lie wants them kept togethMarion Crowe, of Chicago, are visit- er for old associations sakc. ing their parents, Judge and Mrs. C. M. Crowe, this week. Maggie Hlnes came to town Wednesday anil swore out a writ for John AVAXTKR All kinds of Junk, A. McIIcnry, charging him with ashides, wool, feathers and roots. sault with a blackjack. Roth the 1). L. D. SANDEFUR, parties aro colored, and live in Haytl. r,tf Reaver Dam, Ky. Governor Stanley has finally recogYou will want to gather corn soon nized ono of Claudo Rlankenship's and if you haven't a good wagon you mimcrous resignations as a member will want one and that good wagon of tho county exemption board and that ou want Is tho Owensboro at has appointed Mr. Sam T. Rarnett Ifit2 to flio vacancy. Acton Bros. n, Munsiog Union Suits give you the most for your money any way you figure it. If you seek the highest quality of fabric and finish you get it in Munsingwear. If you seek real economy you get it in Munsingwear. And if you are looking for a perfect fit and have never been able to get it before try Munsingwear on our guarantee of satisfaction. The prices are low the range of styles and fabrics very wide. ' t r For Ranges, Cook Stoves, Hot Blast Heaters ami Grates, go to the storo that has a full and complete line at reasonable prices. ACTON BROS. 15t2 After making a circuit of the Gretna Greens of the State of Indiana, Mr. Homer Kcown, 19, and Miss Myrtle Bratcher, 15, of Rockport, Ky:, returned home, received tho parcntial blessing, and got married. i, wii nrair-nn-m-riilrTT-inn- nrrrrrT Hartford Republican. VRIHAV,. (HTOHKll -! Ar. Irvlngton ... 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:BG p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Lv. Louisville ... 8:3C a.m. Ho. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton .,.10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch M., II. & K. It. It. TiME TAULK. South Bound, No. 11C 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:5D p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) ST. h. It. It. TIMK TA1ILK. No. 113 duo at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 duo at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch ... 3:40 p.m. U, If. Ill ... personal mm ,aii(l Social Euents. See Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. Sco Hartford Mill Plaster and Cement. Co., for Llmev Flour for 1612 to bale Ruy you a barrel $11.00 at Acton Rros. of good You can get your Wirt your hay from Acton Rros. 15t2 Mrs. C. F. Schnpmtie, of this plnce, is on the sick list. s Is KIjITH FLOUR As good rondo none hotter. W. E. ELLIS & HHO. 15t4 Tim candidates aro all out beating tho bushes, but aro llndlng it lnud to start anything. Wyandotte I liavo a few White Roosters for salo cheap. H. B. .MISCHKU. 1U2 - Rhoads will loavo Miss Martha Monday for RubsoIIvUIo, whore sho goes to ontor Logan Fomulo College. Ritmombor tho plnco to got tho best Furniture for tho xleast inonoy. RROS. 15t2 X r PnxtM, wlf of Sni Aunt Pwtoii, died of avulllty ut uor hmi . AC-TO- Jn Mnro than four hundred acres of tobacco have been pledged for deW. S. Tinsley. High Priest of Key- livery at the Farmers Tobacco Ware stono Chapter No. 110, It. A. M will go to Louisville next Tuesday mornhouse at Narrows, this season. ing, as representative of the local Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rcnfrow and lit chapter, li) a three days session of tle daughter, Helen, of Llvermore. the Kentucky Grand Chapter. were the guests of relatives at DunRev. F: M. Potty, pastor of Rivers dee from Friday until Monday. (Incorporated.) Memorial Methodist church, Louis-vil- e, Ky., stopped over on his return Vernon DeRruler, 12 years old, son of Ceorgo DeRruler. who lives on from tho Hopkinsvllle conference to m- -t WMKIWUMJWaW.lltf aU,lHMWWJgMMOJWMaM.-rlTmrlniiilMi "wwiiimw khuitj Sheriff Keown's farm just alcove visit relatives In tho northern part town, is seriously ill, and it is believ- of tbo county last week. will also be a supply ofneo from which friend Undo BUI Schooler, of the Ill Hfnvrr llam Wednesday. Aunt ed ho has typhoid fever. Mr. John Wallace, a farmer living all the other offices in the county will Somerset News, would express it, wo J a no was eighty six jears old ut tho wisii thorn a happy path of loses and Mr. and Mrs. John King iwturnod near the I. O. and M. II. & E. cross- receive their supplies. time of her death. a long, long path. Sunday from a visit with their son, ing, just after alighting from a train Mr. It. II. DeTrevllle, City Passen Attorney Otto C. Martin was in Mr. Charlie King, who Js a linotype at that place Friday night stepped off It is our purpose to publish in an operator on tbo Central City Argus. a trestle and In a fall of about ten ger and Ticket Agent of the L. & N. Unrdinsburg on legal business feet, seriously injured Ills back and II. It., Evansville, Inil., was here yes- - 5 early bsue of this paper a church di terday, making investigation of tho rectory of Ohio county, and we will Wagons ! Wagons! The right shoulder. passenger service of the local L. .t appreciate tho favor If tho pastors Wagon Is tho best. Just Mr. Frank Wallace, of Mt. a car load. Como to see nie. will furnish us with the names and was a visitor at thin ollice After being in tho hands of the N. He went from hero to location of their churches and the LUTHER CniNN, courts for some months The Haitford Beaver Dam, Ky. dates of services at each of them. Republican was rewntly taken over We have on a desk in this oftlce liy TIio Printing Company, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Herry and chil1 Wo understand the Fiscal Court The now school house at Victory, n corporation organised for tho pur- - a sweet potato vine upon which dren aro here tbo giiesu of Mrs. 10. a number of perfectly de- has recently adopted a policy of buya few miles cast of Hartford, has jmisp, and having ample capital for W. Ford. veloped flowers. The flowering of ing a now roadbed where tho old bed just been completed and school be- making a first class newspaper. the sweet potato vine, we are advls- - appears difficult to. repair. Wo Du Fold gan Monday, wiUi Mr. Otis Carson Ruy that Throo-Piec- e Judgo C. M. Crowe, Master of cd by those who havo seen this speci doubt the expediency of this policy. Davenotte Suit from Acton Rros., teaching. Hartford Lodgo No. C70, F. & A. M., men, is a raro occurrence. The vine Tbo same condition that renders the Hartford, Ky. Kt2 Tho Hartford Republican is now will go to Louisvillo next Tuesday was presented to us by County Sur- old bed Impassible must In timo opowned and operated by TIio Hartford morning to bo in attendance at the veyor C. S. Moxley, of Fordsvllle, erate with tho samo result upon the Mrs. S. O. Kcown went to Printing Company, a corporation Kentucky Grand Lodge, which con- and was taken from his garden. new one. In such a caso rock is today to visit her son, I tho remedy, and the extra expense composed of fifty well kiiottu Ohio venes on that date for a three days Gilmoro Koown. of Kor Sale 215 acres superior the stone, is in the long run, an econ-Grecounty Republicans, with a capital session. river bottom land, some hill, oniy. Mcsurs. E. (J. Rarras and James stock of 1,000. Men Wanted lo work in steel will divide to suit purchaser, 1 Vi Nance went to Henderson on a bus Ruy that Guatemala Coffee for 20c foundry. Good chnnce to learn var- miles from Rockport, 1 rallo from I The farmers report that tho frosts iness trip Wednesday. per pound, this week. Rest that we ious trades. Good pay and advance- Echols, excellent corn and hay land, 0f the first of the week did more Mrs. James Nance and little son, havo ever beeu able to offer for sucli ment. Premiums paid for full week adjoining acres producing this year damago that was at first believed. 50 to 00 bushels corn per aero. iy a limited acreage of corn was ma- in good Situated and overtime. William, left Monday for a visit with a low price. Just try ono pound. ' d ACTON BROS. cash, terially frostbitten.but much of tho. 15t2 town. NATIONAL CAR COUPLER ,1'rice $20.00 per acre, at Henderson. relatives 1U5 balance 1, 2 nnd 3 years. COMPANV. Attica. Indiana. ci op would havo matured In soundJOHN T,. JACKSON, Sale Just received from the er condition with frost a couple of Versa Newcoinb. daughter of L. L. Rockport. Ky. Generator, provDr. II. R. Washburn will bo at the 12tf weeks later. Only a very little Nowcomb, Hartford, Route fi, is ser- makers a 250-llging too largo for the purpose desir- Comcrclal Hotel, Reaver Dam, Ky.,' iously 111 of lung trouble. and that in the western part ed, will be sold at a very great bar- during tho week commencing with Rev. A. I). Litchfield arrived, with of the county, was damaged. Tho JOHN T. JACKSON, Monday, October 15th, and on each his family, in Hartford Wednesday, damago to sugar cane will bo more Jim Foreman caught a sixteen-poun- d gain. Rockport, Ky. third Monday and the week follow- - and' will at onco enter upon his pas-in- serious, especially. If warmer and carp in Rough River just 12tf thereafter, to do all kinds of torato of the Hartford circuit of the rainy weather should follow. above Dundee Monday morning. Mr. Rtllio White, who bns been first class dental work at reasonable M. E. Church South. Rev. Litchfield manager of 12. A. White's lumber prices. lBt4 comes here from Glasgow, whore, wo A statement In an Owensboro Rev. Rlreb Shields, assisted by Narrows, for tbo past ten understand he was very populur. that a great deal of Ohio coun- M. O. Sncll, Is holding a pro- plant at IUv. gone to Louisville, where For Sale Firo Brick 3c each, and (Brother Litchfield's parlshers had ty tobacco was damaged by tho frosts tracted meeting at Clear Run, this years, has ho will accept employment. tho first of tho wee kis not corIron thoughtfully filled tho parsonage lnr-.'tho following used material: week. Plpo from 1 inch to fi Inch, Shafting, der boforo his arrival, and a commit- - 'rect. Owing to earlier rains tho to- Mr. Roy It. Hcavrln, who has been . iifi.lrincs . . nnllovs ., UnltliiL- - .Pino Fit- - teo selected for tbo occasslon met bacco cron in Ohio countv w.is nt. . . .- .Judge W. II. Barnes was in Frank- visiting Mr. ami Mrs. m. Ij. least two weeks earlier than the crop tiiiKs. Saw Mill Carriage Reccedlnc him with a gracious welcome . f ' tho first of tho week attending fort rin. left tor tua nonio m wasning- - SprjB8 allll a t of other saw mill in Dalcss,and wns practically .all in to somo legal business in tho Appel- ton City Monday. Mr. Hcavrln J0HN T jACKS0N. Tho county exomption board lias tho barns when tho frost came. Ohio Court. late companied his brother ns far as Lou 12tf Rockport, Ky. not yet received official notice of tlio county has tlio best and soundest crop isville, 'dato of mobilizing tho last call of tlio of tobacco it lias grown In recent Rev, S. E. Harbin, accompanied by men required to fill tlio years, and is an inviting Hold for Attorneys Hcavrln and Martin will forty-fiv- e his family, loft Tuesday for Marlon, Just HocoiwMl A carload of tho go to Unrdinsburg Tuesday, whero county's quota of 157. Since only the buyers this year. whoro ho will conduct a protracted old rolltiblo Jones Brand Fertilizer. they will prosccuto a $15,000 dam- - about a dozen men nro now on tho mooting. Lay in your supply now wlillo wo age suit against tho Louisvillo & qualified list additional certifications Stvd AVheat Tor Sale. , . Nnshvlllo railroad for killing Mrs will havo to bo mndo boforo tho quota 100 bushols of Carroll's W Prolific Mr. Harry Wedding nnd Miss Ruth xsn W. IS. ELLIS & RRO. Allar M. Morgan somo limo ago. Mrs. la tilled, Tltoro aro about a half Wheat, throshod boforo the rains, Dundee, slipped over to Wolier, of ! Morgan was a daughter of lr. Evan dozon colored inon on tho list, but tho tests CI pounds nt thresher, for salo Iloukport, Indiana, a few days ago Douglas D. Folix, son of Mr. F. L. Coppago, formerly, of Narrows. hoard lias not, so far, recolvod any at $2.75 per bushel. Yielded 24 mid not married. orders in tho matter of sending col bushels per acre. Apply to Felix, who bus been holding n position with tho Federal Tradp Co'N'nfs- WATT TAYLOR, Tlio Hartford post oillco lias boon orei1 troops. Mr. J. 1). Wrfubt, of Twe Huuta, lion, at Washington, has Just boon mado a oentral accounting nnd sup- -' Jt. 1, Contortown, Ky. lud., in viHltiiig reiutlviw in Ohio appointed a First Lioutouant of Roy E. Lain and Myrtle Asklns, a ply ollleo for Ohio county. Tlio oth-- ! tnU wok. Mr. Wright U a faniry In the United Stntos army. NOTICH. or offices In tho coiyity will turn In young couplo of Narrows, camo to Utr-lU-lto Airs. S. 0. Ktowu, After October I, 11117, I it III liu la thoir quarterly postal accounts to Hartford Wednesday and, after pro .. nf fmi TI7, U. llmiMntt vntli-n.- l tt iliA Ilrt.tfiL.l UUIVU 1U til I I ,..!... , U' curing a marrlago llcenso at tho coun- - tho olllio of Dr. A. R. Riley from I :(IO VM HUH .'WMHWIV, 'V,VM, U. lU UHIUUIU nOlnn .Ml" Mrs. (laorga W. RiUJier, of Hart- - Ovfasboro, has bcwii sumiuonod back t6r verifying whloli tho accounting ty clerk's oillco, were murrlod by 1. ni. to I: (10 p. iu and in in y oiUns tyoro from 0:00 ford, nnd Mrs. W.- 0. AmbioM, of 'into the military service and will bo, office will forward" tlieni to tho An- - County Judge John R. Wilson. Since our Williams Uodit,' rtwswtly have Iumii srantad assigned as assistant to reeruitliuc dltor for the peat ollleo department !tbe young couple aro from the a. m., to I2;0(i noon. Mrs. Uttugw will rtuuivo oJBeer, Jofferson Rarraoks, umr St. at Washington. DR. K. R. IMCXUUCTD.V. The Hartford offtoe tor's "old home towu," as our good Mtf arson & o o. i n g en On-fro- m one-thir- lir ht g, . of ..... ... .... .- .il i , w ' ... ' ( - Ri-u- - !EKBCW-Z3J3!a'WB:Kr'-'" r tnlned from tho farms Is necessary I time to cftnsldcr Its disposal while1 for tho conduct of tho war. Because t ho war lasts and tho nrlren nro hlnli. of tho demand and tho disturbed Uesldcs, your country needs tho met: HOTEL transportation facilities faVmers are al. Many farmers will take advantage t urged not to soil tho work stock In to tho t,,n stockfall expecting to buyIs back now of tho opportunity from recover a, . Brown .njgr rather profitable rcvenuo customaIt In tho spring. thla over,C farmers who raise sheep would ,Pl. ,K WACHTMnTi . - -- -. ry In many sections of tho South for looked and wnsto product; others,' grade and pack tbo woo. more IIMViCllJUWW Hi may ho obIs desired, It ?Vk k . -- W j'-J- Mss iully they wouM llud the Increased Krapo flavor uso of grape Juice In farmers, both owner farmors and teti- - neorcllng to distance from tho mar ti "VivtV ants, to sell their mules In tho fall kots, may sell at little or no profit,' yield a good return im tained by tho price would 1 pound to each gal tlu proportion of buy new ones In the spring to except tho satisfying sense of patriot- anil Iho extra labor. lon of the peeled and sliced nppie, feeding. Tho Incentive to fol- - Ic duty performed. OTtLOrAMERICAU IDEALS Still othora re- V. eup nf!r"" ... . u added should uaiial custom IS creator tills mote from tlirv onnstiinlnir fnnnilHrvi If HUKniHUM""'"'" too much range There sugar II. Innnnitnil. '" i.. D. ami ( mn cvcr lloforo on accollnt of, mid furnaces can not afford a high when pasturing on forage crops they brown In a clly wiiere cooJ liotttt 11T1......1... iineipni inirkiii' mm. eat. bound, Ibe rowliaUnHicaiii tlie tho high price of feed, but tho risk (cost of delivery which may far exceed mi will trample moro than they i . . i list. i mn,cs am, i lie pricu received ior ... jiiiik. ... obtained,,! tcaspoonful cinnamon f h . Is unn)Je (() o,)tnu inwio It It first la the hctrli of It ,, n..i.i.i..ih- i. .,t,.nio tnr Is stirred in. horses In tho spring to work the formation Bhould bo secured In ad- -' countrymen. ",UET butter Is made like apple I farms is much greater at this time vanco on tills iiucstioii. Tlio Oeol-- , Pear I butter .without Iho elder Industry, than In any other year. Tho only oglciil Survey suggests that farmors factors in tho baby-bellllll.-- . . 111 UlillilUB S.UU iliii i i" iiuiu m iivt,Latii,' tako up tho question through tho tS5S.is!ssa: peaciics into a w re worJ. 8(ock for nnothcr ycai.t As Grange, tho Alliance, tho farmers' action Is Imperative In able to put tho hii:JI5Js! tfti'JJ Prompt O u C t i(1lirT ::f! , , ,ab()r on lh(J farmg bocomcs institutes, and other similar organ!-- , basket and dip thorn In boiling water , .innii,,,. ni. l.oir cholera: therefore, iTjjj-wy-"(iii the skin slips, (scarccg R00l, norses, mules, and mod- - 'vifti-tfiIm for few seconds until l W nartnrt iJ t .1 II Iti f OTW5iSS9M MUll 'Mill Alliuiioi titttlt ik mli ffi tl cot expert advice at once if you have rii ..a . nn nnno HH" ..'iHtV . fJ ". v:iia-i- , em labor-savin- g machinery becomes tlic location of tho best market, prob-- j llll'll llll IHU IIVUIIKO mill mil ' sick hog. a neel them, and pit them. Well-ri- p ably tho nearest foundry or junk much moro necessary. The Towtratan il rcfincil, poacher aro best. e ened I shipdealer; tho cost of trausportatlon;the anil restful. lis excelCounty Agon Is. The most economical way of mashed and cooked lent location on IVnnsjrlvinii should be Thcro are about 1,000 county! best prices obtainable for tho differ- ping stock to market Is in carload They Avenue, I81I1 anl II Mrerts In their own Juico without adding - f.. .1... ouillll llllll uiiiii; r.Alfltlt plnOCIM flf jllllll. fit I til til H til Oil I , n.t.1 makft it a iloirable licaJquar-ter- a mn iiiui"" ............. ... (..w. .....-- 3 HI 111U lots. lor liriJ.nl, covsilei, touriit water, and if butter of a fine texture IlUIllS appointed as rapidly as train-(an- d tho quantities of Juuk that can b being liaritcm conventions, Scliools and .,.,. . ..... I !. lollcge. r.n nn.l S Wanted tllO PU11 SUOUIll OO 1IU cd men can bo found. If farmers used ai mc lounury or ii.inuieu uy The Powhatan attract! the through a colander or coarse wire have problems In storage, market-- 1 the dealer. The same agencies might propte o( culture and education. a marked tendency to early maturity and sieve. To each measure of pulp add lng, harvesting, solectlou of seed, Iwoll arrange for cooperative local lis proximity tu State, Warmany Is a prima requisite in producing ba Navy Derailments, alto to a half measure of sugar, l'car butintcrcit, points oi Imtorical stock, or any other farm tlon on tho part or tho farmers In by beef of live ecially atmales litis hotel ter can bo made also from dried or problems, they should consult the . tho dlfforent communities, llxlng tractive to a discuminatinc pab peaches. L.omon Juico In the lie. In canned growers should agent. Mako diligent Inquiry dates when cars would bo In readl-an- d county Wool The Powhatan offera rooms proportion of 1 lemon to U pounds find out about this organization jness for loading tho old metals, order to obtain the full market value with detached bath at $1.90, peaches may be added to give tart$2 00 and up, lloons viith priproduct; enough pounds of of ability to help you during the 'forming tho farm era na to possible Its of their vate bath, i! SO, 53. CO and ur. grading of their junk and attending WJtr, each grade of wool can be marketed ness. 'Write for boo'.let with n.p, . to railway transportation, delivery, at a time. euFForo v tr.vjrs. In The South. nnd possibly suttlements at the points SCKAI MKTAIj O.V IWIMI The following suggestions arc from Rails. C'ONVKUTIBliK INTO CASH of consumption. Sell Lambs on "Pluck-Out- " 171ot- Cooperation should bring tho best Intuitu nm sold with tllC the Offico of Extension Work in the LuiiisT .iinrinnn lii tlm aimtilv nf tlm irnsiilts. C'nro should bn taken not to "pluck," or heart, liver, lungs, and South United States Department of carcass, the re Agriculture: country overwhelm the furnace or consumer jlrou und steel, which this wlndnine. left in tho Wheat and Kyo must have in Increasing amounts it uy an snipping ai onco, so uiai too tailor pays an exorbitant price for the Tho campaign for increased acre tho war is to be won. has devolved great auantitles are delivered with- according to the meat-ma"nlur-lc.THE States ano of wheat and rye In the South-I- , a new source of Income for the farm - in a short period, for It is Important i,f SH.V.W.....W.W - . Jlljk o,.iniictu nf tho United SEWING , Inereiv a few farmers but 'to bear In mind thnt many foundri , Agriculture. Theern States Is moving along well. The1 Tipnnrtmont of MACHINE may not have tho Junk capacity er , "pluck" weighs from 2 to 4 pounds, increased acreage asked for by the t forlncrSt OF ,, sur-- ; tlie extra lanor ueeueu io assort aim me lumu. r eaerai m'iariiuoiii ui bli.,ininv according to the size oi 10 jjhc, Slates Geological QUALITY. Is suli- - ve.p Department of the Interior, calls break up great quantities of scrap With choice lambs selling at $25 a and promised by the States Somewhat def- hundredweight, the dealer will pay jstantially assured In every State. The, lllt0Ilt()11 0 fanners to the fact when it is delivered. ... .... . .l. mw . rt.....l ..nln..d Ii.ll.. .ifrniitr.iiMnula almulil In llintlil I.. ll.wil l'l ivi-... f.tll iuh."" liictd ......1 ttiniltll flf DrtnllPr Will UraCtlCallV fill- - iwKllUveil.llllie I oiiiau ,... fnr . ...u..... . 4 ii i O ULJllo U" o.iui.... w .......v innv .ii itnih.iii--,ivNOT ,. .i . ;, jiiiioiuoiubibis j.nniinii "nliir.k ." the meat on which ish this line of work it gi.nuld bo nossl- - in advance of shipments, and these SOLD . . 1. AV flirt fo n u i ,1nnllnil n n t! I'''""&"-- j j, ie for nlost fariners to reap an over- - ran ue accompusneu ny somo hi lUN.DER uiu uiri'iiii'ii'ii-"bringspproximateiy -- i ceiua. .uuic-.jruibtates in nxing mc lime oi piaiuinj, lookc(J proMt through the sale of the agency as those suggested above. ( over, when demand is slack, "piucKb ANY Tho coming autumn, winter, and spoil in the carcass and are a total to avoid damage from tho Hessian ;o)il ,ron amj stcel scattcred about OTHER i loss as meat. Market specialists uy. their premises: that the saving of oarly spring should bo tho best time NAME. iM.mtliirr suggest that tho retail trade would cnii ni.i snrnn niftnl will lmln tn fnr Catherine tin tho scran metals. of r fnllfwv tlio pvnnmlo .1.. .,.11 Every farmer in the South should meet tho present serious deficiency getting in touch with tho markets, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. those dealers who pay a premium of 00 after his planting seed during! in tho supply of iron and stcel; that and arranging community shipments.! Kypr(.haoiiioNrV MO.Mi: you will Corn, soy tho uso of the old metal will accom- - Tho farmer should learn whether he of October 1 to IM: cents per pound for lambs tUe month lip.ius. velvet beans, basis. ;as, and pea- - j,hsi, savings in coke which Is now Is too far from markets and should nutliacBmndlcHclininofrcmr. sold on a "pluck-out- " j f.TT v rT nuts sliouiu ue seiecteu and careful- - t )e had only at unprecedented ascertain the scope and extent of the; f' Quality Feed the boar In summer only ly stored. Seed may be scarce next prices; that tlio delivery of the old market demands. There is plenty of -- ., . fnr frnm . ConsicJciei grain to keep him iu breed- spring and a little extra effort this iiuii n...l .t.inl ..t fnninlrlnd .... ...... tllnil within wlllrll to L'lllllIT iltld Silt ll) enough unit CII..V-- i. .ui......." j ing condition. fall will prevent a great deal of wor- - imu niinou ntui liir- - Ktpi.l ipiitrra will his scran, but his cooperative I it for it is the ry and expense in tho spring. cjirespondlngly relieve the oxcessle million system should bo organized! Cheapest n:,v ami Silo-Sheop raisers should get together uimin mi tlm tninos. Kntnn fif th fur- - now. The farmers liavo many hui'-- ! October is a good month to lay up iiaces. and the railway and boat traf- - ilreds of thousands of tons on hand; and decide what breed of sheep Is in the end best suited to their locality and then gtoci? feed for winter .ue. Fill the fie in the coke anil iron producing ens- - mo prices aro hikh. t CM,oj5iiS"4 ... I..1...- - . . . .. . . to buy. . 1.. ,1... ...nn1. T...... i. iiui-umu uiuiaic. nwiu suos, cui boruiuu aim ..uuvmu Bticl: to that breed. Cl trlcts. Tho larmer who turns in ins iiie n cnirliiif viinttilnf. wrllii filP cut tho Icsnendeza for hay and seed. innii whili tbo present prices pre- - the economic standpoint, it is a nues If vnti ' This is the month to harvest pea- -, vail is lllielv not only to mako a clear ,tion of profitable thrift, of relieving ourlntentciituloguouiforoyou jiureliaM;. Fruit Iluttei. As a final drive on fruit presorv- - nuts, soy beans, and velvet beans for pront over the cost of hauling and in part' tho shortage in tho metal?. Jtg Hg'iV Home SEWifin M2ChTnS CO.. Oranfe. MaSS. and coal tho iron-or- o ing the United States Department of Sl.ea nmj for sale on the market, freight, but, through Increasing tho of ' , wnen these aro narvcsieu me nogs jrou and stcel supply, no is coniri- - in uib "roiinii, nun ui nur w Agriculture urges me It I. . ...11. IK jhu l. ......! I.. I" nil inn n lit . d buting to tho successful prosecution try. ...n.ln r..lt 22.214.171.124V.". - ...n.. UU .tlllllUI 111 . biiii-- i ....mi. UUli. in tnfi IlUIUl'lllilUU recommended not only to thoso who 'iCft in tiie nL.j. of the war. Ono lteu.on 'nicy Do It. crow the fruit but to those in the city Potatoes. Iron and steel are needed and must Your clothes are! ...... ,.. . Mr. Profiteer .i itA-J- ,.. ,i. . .n i.i mi... . .1 who may take advantage of large sup' i, rtn ... mniB( aili.ll3i nunc ii.iAa i.iiiiiiitiia. C08tinK mo ail eiiomioiiB amount lute- j ...... .....r.u, cheap prices. In a great iliu Aim ainii-iiuiui- u n.n Thn mni.L plies and ..w t.ii oiill'o, 1lluti.o, I." !' .Marj. .ni..itir.)itlna rnlln. 1J. many cases it will be possible for Tinitittv- ctnrfiirA ltnimn'nr . fnrm Rtnr-- ! .i..ni... MUIUIIIWMUVIII HIIJ..I.H. .....-- , UUl.HO, llllllll. UII'IIIRI' ..U....V. ,....-,- . . . ... iusi. niuiHii,Mrs, engines, pipe, nlrtilniifiii. ., ( Mr. Pro! teor Well, raise . the . -. .i. n city, people to got from outlying ago nouso buksl-siuGeorge that 11 something. farms fruit which might otherwise should be ready. Safe storage is an etc.. and for export to the Allies, 'nrico of food conserve- - j Italy in particular, being badly in so" covcr important item of bo wasted. Various fruit butters recommendtlon. need of steel for all purposes. This Let Iho fall Irish potatoes come to't,. ,i, mnn tac.t. ed aro applo butter with cider, appln o n tho northeastern States scrap o butter without cider, applo butter full maturity. Consult the county o ttlLKl muw.nmi with grape juice, applo huttor with agent regarding storage in pits and mMniG lmvo inni? Iippti more or less o O .r tiinltltl' liw llirt n pear butter, peach butter, cellars for winter use. "" Jemons. Illliy UlKtill Liliu ui, HimiiiJ "J ubiquitous Junk man, nnd along most Sirup. plum butter, and Garfield butter GUAKANTKIII) SHKVICK made with plums and peaches. With It is very Important that Southern railways and about most IndustrialCIKCL'IT COUUT. Ono hundred per cent tho exception of a good preserving farmers who have late sorghum or plants they aro now salvaged sys- W. Slack. Owensboro. value. Special work for W. kettle very lltlo equipment Is needed sugar cano should utilize it to tho tematicallv. However, in the great- Mt.dgt H. C. E. Smith, Hart- Attoinoy O. W. for the preparation of such butters. fullest possible extent in making sir- er part of tho United States little at- Com'tli. ford. to saving tho old Apple Hotter. W. F. STEVENS, up for family uso and for sale. The tcntion is given Hartford. Hartford, Ky. There is no butter way to use good month of October Is the time to act. metal scattered about the Industrial Clerk A. C. Porter, It. F. D. 7. Mar- Otto C. npples, tays the department, than to Kvory possible preparation, to mako plants of tho farmers, where aban- Master ComniKsloiier Representing Continental tin, Hartford. make them Into .butter. The sound the sirup on the farm or to haul the doned binders, plows, mowers, rakes, Marble & Granite Co. Cal P. Keown, mill for tho manu- etc docorato the fonco corners and Trustee Jury Fund portions of windfalls, wormy, and cano to a near-b- y Hartford, stove3, and discarded roadsides, bruised npples limy also be used. The facture of sirup should bo made. 12 days- ntinuis. nine, and small utensils rust ,. 1st Monday In March Prepare for Winter. better the apple tlio better the but.. - . . Kil.tl. 4 Civil. Com'th. and ter will bo". In apple butter with October Is a good month to repair minnr run nanis 111111 aiivuo. v con 12 days Clvllr lii Mav cider either fresh sweet cider or com- tho buildings and gut them In good slderablo part of this junk Is already 1st Mnnilnv In July 12 days-- -! bo shapo for winter uso. This is espe- - on wheels with tonguo and whiffle- -' 1st Monday sterilized cider should mercial Com'th. and Civil. used, after being boiled down to daily truo of sheds, barns, feed lots, tico attachod, ready in fact to be 12 days used by live 'walked on Its own legs" to me au Monday In September half its original quantity. The and other buildings about Civil. cookfreight station. peeled and sliced apples may bo stock. 12 days According to the census returns ,4th Monday In November ed In the boiled cider, or they may be Tho farm equipment of machinery, Oom'tli. and Civil. 13 1,265,000,- - I tools, etc, also should bo looked af- thcro woro In 1310 about lirst made into apple sauco, which COUNTY COUKT. ... ... It usually ter. Proper protection from tho nnn uullllo wm'ili nf ncrlrnltural mn- .. UVV then cookod In cider. VVKwM'SJril. sweet weather, a little paint to provenMhe cblncry alone on the CaCl.502 Amer- - Moots first Monday In each month. i takos about equal quantities of Judge jonn n. uimoii bllced apples to make hut- rotting of woo:! and sumo hoavy icin farms. Farm Implements, not eider and .. T.lFiki l.J .I'l.lMI County Att'y, -- A. I). Kirk. tor of tho right consistency. In oth- grease or paint to prevent tho rubt-In- g including stoves, chains, tools, etc., W. C. Hlaukcnshlp. Clerk aro er words, 2 gallons of sweet elder of Iron and steel parts will make vlmd at about $105,000,000, Hltcrlir- - -- S. O Keown. A considerable part fco'd annually. should be botlod down to I galton.and tho tools last longer. SiipWliitoiulenl Ozna Shults. to rerreed of tho cost of manufacturing this Stock. gallons added to It either uncooked lilvo TV yiuft.Tr.irt tmirt knnw II Jallt-rW- . mi P. Mldlitrf. In tho metals or as applo sauco. The two essentials Utilize tho fall pasture and fields fjim machinery lies In i.iielnc.s and Indaa- ii hat iiutw ('. V. Hlnos. AssesM)!1 on- tiy. in inenii"n unu icirncc. . -- of good applo butter are long, blow whore crops have been harvested, to mn i. ntui the metals Include not i:., ..ntnril.,1 in); -t an the llrluz Una. Raul Stirvejoi C. S. Moxloy. of various grades cooking from four to six hours i... IIIIIVIH nnimlliln nxtont and have lv Iron and stcel r.iiii.ai "llll.i. ".tllU C.uoiiei -- Dr. A. 11. Klley. ITan tnn.l .....- - ill t iiccaslollUl HHUlll pUftH ..v ..v ' and froquont stirring. It sugar Is .t iimvio iM..i tliu iinvu ,..,l,iM, nf tlm -fnrm. FlSC'Ali COl'UT. - ntwl field nf liriHS nf CODIlOr. Most blmltTH llllll flnlla nnrl nil i. .ou UHed, It Bhould bo uW4 after thn . .. .. .. .h i.n nil lwniilluri Tuesday after first Monday i Moots done. stored roughago and savo mo gr.uu piowerB niivo one ui " cooking Is about . rii.inimr . --uiJ tV mo- -t ui'ful About 1 pound of sugar t tho usu-n- l and hay which you havo .stored In lined with llabbltt uioiui coiiiohiiiik m juhu.... v llMrlct Ld Shown, UW tlC-- l lilOUC Vllll. L.IC1) UlMUM proportion tor each kbIIoii of ap- Uib bam for use at times whentho tl now worth about 00 cents and I 1st SIl(orlnI --"300 Article , . .... 300 Picture Hnrtford. llotito 7. .iiu (u .......... .... UVJ LII 1U ple buttsr. but more or Ions may he Hnl.lii Ollll ttOUTIll'lUIr r'lIII 1111 IIII1K1II- i... II Mil VJtil- n. in LUIItll tuir iiniiinl On IH'LiiR mtii luieiiii AI tlie new Winsoii i all frr crily Uc-n-electricity ami wlrelwi. and Magisterial District t...u.. in The buttm-ma- utlllzod la mkkI to Milt the taKt. " "" mniniu ima.ililt WUOIU, UAUIIUilllh tlm -- - -- . ( "il la ihcpwork aol loutoniol'llct ai"! aercpla:i, Smith, Select. ; be spiced with cinnamon, cloves, Look ovor your live stook curoful-l- y ii railroad construction and trans in inuiuk. iiiii in AN. S. Dean,, Magisterial lllstili-Iloitoinktlilncaatliome. J0patMrr or with any one of tlio and bulect thoio animals which pn.iatloii, or in city ongineerinK und ltd and ruciith, lucluUuiit iclrierator, ticuhiy aouMi, Dundee. In aro productlvo and which ought to building, by far the greater part of , furniture, nutoaiolills aliop icpilrr, etc. tltree. the eplceu Iwlng stirred S. NN. ...,-..- .. District t A.. iniil lna il.na llna litBi-- i 1th .Muclstorlal whan the cooking U hnUhod. be kept, and sell those which aro un- all the Iron und steel produced tu It U wntl-- u in plain Lngliih lor men anj iMjra. I.ouch, lloaver Dam, Uotito J. aniV "n country In normal yoars Is shiptho huttor productive. Prepare tho cull While stilt bulling IS Cent a, Copy 51.50 a Year DlMilct S. I.. Hil- mate for oarly market und save tlio iiol out to tho farm. It has been .1th should bo packed In sterilised Ott It fimn a rtcirKlMler or write direct to n korson. ltnckport. l'cpularbcieiiceioniiii)riui'ouiiii'". rt.uthly cstlmuted that recoptaelM, or In utoite jars, with room and food for good stock. MagUUn-la- l District It. C. Tlch-mrt? YmiUcejjrlrt.lf j..MJcltiu? of this motal slays on tho- farm. As'lith Do Not Soil Work Stock. tUoroBBb lu'coautlorui niala.t ipoll rULlJ l.r vitiji ! kualua tU rup. onor, Centorlowu. now In great to this question, tho farmor can Judgo ' Horiws und inulos aro im ob with, any other urtwerve. Itlco, II. Mjielbte! lal DUtficl .. t -iiiiiipun. ir,.,.r iminli nf tliU Is Ttli " denu-uiand will bo during tho war. itr ,.i Without i 'Ww. Perdsvlllo. may li mads fiiey aro neoewary to tho conduct of lvliiK around on your preaileee, Mr. flood apjjj butter l)Utrljt--Heu. Call on The Kopuhliriui for Flue enough tj,g war, hut thoy are aUo ueetMsery If you have any -a- nd yon I Hili lmrlteiilViitkout elder. Is tola m Job Printing. JIurtford, Ilouto 7. Tylor, tlilH i- - for opratlui fttruti and the food ob- - probably have plentyIt la a ood nmler ta added to mRke i Farm Department cr --- Ip2?sOTp m r' r V IFWMIMlr m& -- OttaC. Martin Attorney at Law IIAKTKOUL), ICY. Will practice his proffiton fn Inlt anil adjoining ccuntto. Conimorcl' .ud Crlmlu.il I'raoticc a Sp.clalty. 1 ! . , . I onc-iuu- o1taylo"r,c.e Beaver Dam, Ky. Hifjlivvay ! 1 ' I 1 'I ' Z. ' and Drainage Dcsifju. et j l .ii.irt free-ston- O - V. I ' rspaj ..i:': :t-H- drTo. Ofllco E. HART I ' VBTJSRINARY SUROMON Jiimei TnIorN llKAVI.'K DAM, KY. I J very I ( Ham. ac-ca- ro In-a- I iitlil iiJ U TnAUC-MAUnS j ifiii,lliiil ll lunUl. at ir THAT PAr u itnw, aiiUlelp Jen Ut liii.hm for FREC ry"rt hc.l its. 1,1. (Ouitu on lA'enUtilnty. H ftvirV 'rank oun- passing rtircncNcea. vr fn cou lbokon rrnlnj.ln I), iti tut't rvmiiiv. vr i ii 'oiu.ii rmiilj j TATCnra in t ; n 0O3.SOS Snvnnth Otront, WASHINGTON, D. U q r- ' NEW nmhT:: &S "" mwwP3 WILL YOU j 11 .,.. s ' 11 CT IIAlllrf Si-e- niimr wiia-Ha- lattiia&iixS!3m& A quick rclif I tir-i- irML Ti TaUTTiCJl?.' m& Bsmmm,1 V l, Mm TAKE OUR v GERMINAL REMEDY A Treal.Ttnl for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION J mucin, , fr-r- In elicit, nf-l- it iwrali. hrmor rluciM, w,.jlf lunc or coniurapllon. II il don not help you il colli you nothing. (j FOR ONE MONTH frrllnc for that paint i OHIO MEDICAL GO. . - r Lock oox ote COLUMnim r , unuruce-'ucmuui-a miJkpm K , "., j eont-ervln- I j n.ifl i i ,- oit-wu- POPULARM CHANICS ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS tHEP informed of the World's Progress In Father and Son and AU the 1 amily. it appraU umami jouns- - .Men nni women. ii i.iuti i a.orilP jiri;aE.iio iu lliou.nnj.tir liotnn tiimughout tlm wnrlil Our on Ig n ('orrfMimDilenL arufoti.tAntljr i n tlionatiti tor tUloii new and nj It Ii t- 300 AiAGAZINB 1 ooooooooooooooooooo -- .. Imcri-.llnt- f ooooooooooooooooooo j D.patiniil (JU 1110.1 omultik fftio Shop Not itaciicai iiiniainrnuop 11 ors una mj hi)i lur tut layman to tin thlni. nniiini tlm Jtouiti. tcr (hu IL... ami kmlltur Mtehnnlei 117 (,lrlwhnlik.ulnninkottilnKtiit.liowtnma.oVni Iom anil 'liliiiiriii'h UiittHi 1 ngitip IUit Hdow -, .hoc.Irwlt j. lii I rarnltnrf. Wc ('mittiliit Iu iiructlon. tor tho Mucliaalc,CiiniiiriiU'ibortiuaD SINGLE COPIES. JSt U.SO PER YEAR 0r4r Inm yw. im...Im r 4til Ik. imMiMiw. Smpl copy mill bn .nt on rouuost. POPULAR MECHANICS t. Written So You Can Understand It no.Hiiniiii Avonuo. t.lilwiAUO MAQhZINE j l ...... S 1 biu'iTlki r,fe F ! Get on the Firing Line .,fttt ! ' yJ orw v Art.-' ". $ 'J wipjrnras leu? rU i K -- PIssDivg?; k t . jii.n o-- im, ti. WM'm 5JS flSyiA wuiiu'ij u,fo,!ni.i."iM. fl?.n fin. and THrr ai s .tin ir.e-- . f y0 jy onkv xirra r ?"j. rf .77.Jls:,vlJL, 12 - )l-- "; c- -- rf i , 1 , Popular Science Mont illy il- I two-thir- -- I - iTauii n I 11 iVjn.. i.Vi-.i . . y " - . - rn-li.lrlasartpt Prtdlce tuluMv '; l'TliimillOLLt -- iu C.ri, nnr FnlUt Bur.i r&u&t Oil , WASiTiriQToti, n. c. ft "!? " itunilr. r nl l fl .1, lim ...., ittntt. Millc. LNTHIi 3. .. in A't. It ir f 'kput wUHgton tat-- .im, (' Hi, tb 1.1 . . 1' . '"'I l t e. ht rt cs- K, (&yvLir:vs gl8 throo-fourth- F. a rwin ii. tMntaBllithrtluSlJi? ff V"iM Gecured osiTieiss talm fli.ii n.u.....l I... H. SOOD You.-- Kfloney rrt. H Bcch .. V" " T - n. 1TrUaJlalA. -- ra-me- r? .vv,i,,K "" . l'tUucaii, ty Vl 4 . x i r43Ri!2S2? f'annit at , WagonsI Wagons! Wagons! Hofuro you buy you should examine our hand made farm wtigonn. They run lighter, are made of the very hodt material and last iar longer than any niaehino mado wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. f X t X S2ft???aPSWi& mm.mmmmm&mM ms:&6iwx-s.A!$-vmiixfiv&aLu? , " 'ZZEii&aSaJ? im.: di iWT'm mmmi ' U Td i d a XAmmKX atsi&xsm'drz' iass f"11 !'We and action, filled with tlie 8 insoiratlnn nnH fn1lnvf1 lire or by 250 short stories of adventure, win mate : : : We also do all kinds of Blaeksniithing and lie- pairing, especially, the hard jobs the oilier fellow can't do. Wo also make a specialty of Hoisoshooingand earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, jA.B.Row& Son Centertown, 5y. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. t aiHa(jmu::CTTifc:CT:323as2s monk Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &.7th Louisville Hotel, IIKI11-: IS A GOOD I'LACK to .STOP FOR MTTI.K i . ef.O y The Only Ilulrl In loulsvilic Operated on the American and Ktiropcati 1'luni. AM Kill CAN PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without Hath lint with I lot mill Cold Itilmiing Water. 7G Rooms single, $2.00 per day; !! people, $2.00 each r.O Rooms single, 2. HO per dny; 2 people, 2.2& each KO r.rt LVnnt l?.nt.a alt.rlo Ofl 't..W V hup jt.iv , .. nnntilf. .. MV M.UV nnnhi I (Ullk IIUVIil.OIMl. '.W'.W, 9 I'V. I...J lloimis ultli I'rlwitii Hath single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each Hooms single. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each Hooms PLAN (Without Meals) Room without Hath hut with Hot anil Cold Running, Water. single, $1.00 per dny; 2 people, J0.7G each 75 Ilooma DO Rooms single 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each GO Front Itooins. silicic. 1.G0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Itooins with Private Hath: single, 1.50 per dny; 2 people, 1.2G each 00 Hooms fin HnniiiH slncle. 2.00 ner dav: 2 ueonle. 1.50 each KUKOPKAX THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth I'uriipeaii l'ian Only. and Main Sts. Rooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Hooms With Private Hath, $1.50 ami lift Host Kilting Place in Town. Tho Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a j l.liL'lbll,l,i; liuii.ii aau uiiU i.. w.iini.M, m Si m M &a Vaoderbilt Train iog School for Boys i si ii 0 CI 23 ota ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons kito tho best type of citizens and Chri&tia-gentlemen. Its pationnge is widely scattered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should bo made early. IMace your son in this select gioup of boys. Write&3 J3 13 53 SB I m , EI m an sa aa 43 A3 aa 23 S3 3 13 m m IVISTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. ca W m asRatiaKesinaF32KiF33'a!in3riiasasHKS3Hs u ftBsrarmtgEBtgBsawiyaanir ir.unifjx !S5&: K No Combmation of Reading Like It ami i AUFor Issues of ifllEYOUTOCOMPANION Tk Vv.a tfk C35K3 m& H dim o'd. Tlie Youth's Companion 52 ISSUES Tho favorite family we kly of America, li Great sen u ur aGiuuijj in 1917. una HI Short Stories thousand Article:, and Simaestions, a thousand l'unny. iMiu. Spccirl i'ages lor all ugcu. TheBestTwo 'firdae&$-Sra$V- l and 2t Issues of trCALL'SmGAZINB . SSaiS vrejj Frw mitrnM JIK fej tfif-j- McCalis ISSUES irs Sagasns DKE3S SECTOR REPAIRING A RUINED CANAL. Tho Increasing activity of licr railway sjstuin is similarly demonstrat-able- . In 1SC0, there were In France c 10,743 miles of railway track; In 1012, i there were 31,540 miles. Then the Family Parje, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Paw," Between 18C0 Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and ua ton of fun," Articles of RECOVERING gation Increased and 1012, Inland navi150 per cent; whllo Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best the trolllc of her mercantile marine minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone has amazingly expanded. The tonnngo inuienome. i nereis no age entering French ports In 1800 Is set limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free 'down ns 11,000,000 tons. In 1012 Natural Thrift and Economy Youth's Companion. this had been increased to 53,000,000 tf you do not know THE COMPANION lei us tend you Three Current biuee tons. FREE. Inclose tlu Coupon with jour Promise Rapid Progress 52 Times a Year Lenders in American finance ascribe request. not 12. this solidarity of the French republic Those who subscribe now, sending $2 to three Influences; first, a thoroughly for the 52 luues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 191G, will reccivo Tho Companion sound banking system, centralized In get in any of the monthly Homo Calendar FREE. EXPORT BUSINESS GROWING one of the greatest banking Institutions magazines. of the world, tlie Nnnk of Frnnec; secSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE ond, the ingrained thrift nnd frugality of the French people as n whole, to- THE IIARTPOlUl KKPUllMCAN AND VOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH Our Great Ally Possesses Recuper- gether with a ONE YEA It FOIt ONLY S2.75. national economic vigor ative Powers Which Justify Belief not elsewhere surpassed; third, wiso 3 supervision, and patriotic That She Will Meet and Solve 'S21SZZ2Z22LZ , We Knock the Spots Out of Things the Problems Which Con by the government with banking nnd business Interests. I 1- -9 m front Her After the War. T The government doc3 Its part to war- i rant nnd retain the confidence of the holdeis of It3 One of With Paris boulevards echoing with .wise policies Is securities. new taxes Its to Impose to "vivos" for American troops our inter defray the Interest charges on new seFifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. est In the welfure of our' nlly vastly curity Issues. It began this practice French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In s sons explained by Moving Piclackincreases, and tlie facts are not Superior Manner. war, and is after the Frunco-l'russlnture machine. Seven big Ding to encourage tlie belief that she Is today following the same rule In regard your Garments and HftTj epartmentsShorthand, Send us Bookalready on the road to recovery from to securities issued to finance the pros- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them the blow of invasiou by n ruthless en ent cmiiiict, Tlilx continuity of imp Musio, Primary Normal. emy. Exlio.v, tlmilitlra. will prove teiissiii'lna One of the most Important dcvol- -' to nil holders of French government port teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN opments is the announcement Hint securities. ment. Position assured. Packages callod for and delivered. ' one of the largest banking iiiMtitutluns Write for catalogue. 1 The Frnnco-Prusslawar of in America concerned with foreign taught tho French people the trade, the Guaranty Trust company meaning of thrift and economy. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB So Daviess Co, Sus. CofLege of New York, has opened a Paris well did they learn this lesson, that A. Iva Nail, Prop. branch to handle the rapidly increas- (he whole sum of the Indemnity de- Incorporated ing volume ot French business. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. manded by Germany, 51.000,000,000, OWENSBORO, KY. This nctlon may surprise many per-- i was raised within the republic's consous who had thought of France as fines by Its own Inhabitants nnd paid , bowed under a calamitous invasion. off more tlion one year before the time The bunk, however, gives llgures Indi- stipulated by the Germans. USELIV-VER-LA- X cating that Franco is not only meeting The habit thus acquired nas never her military and civilian problems with been'forgotten by the French, and toFetro-Men- ta n stout heart and never falling cour-ngday the aggregate number of Investors Relives Piles her export , purchasing the French war loans has but is No matter how stubborn the business with this country. reached the amazing total of 4,500,000 case may bo Petro-Ment- a will In 1914, the year of the outbreak of individual subscribers. Perhaps no othbring relief. A trial will convince the war, Imports from France to this er country. In proportion to its populayou. For sale by Ohio County country totaled $141,410,252. This tion, can make so good ri showing. was reduced to $77,15S,740 In 1015, Franco Is particularly fortunate In Drug Co. Price 25c. but last year the vnlue of French Im- that her small Investors prefer "safe" ; ports to tho United States rose to investments rather than offerlnss ' 5102,077,0(30. . which promise high returns. Govern- "A nation that can achieve such a ment rentes, in Frnnce are perpetuPeel right all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel commercial recovery while her terri- al, and this characteristic seems to obkeeps yon when pleasant Z.V- - Ver-La- x tory Is being ravished by the Invader," tain for these government bonds inon your feet, while relieving your troubvnys the Trust company's statement, creasing favor in the eyes of the le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't "possesses recuperative powers which French people. Used tako anything else. You can't afford Years The points of sympathy between Justify the belief that she will emerge it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys from the present conflict prepared to trance, and America are too many to tern and relieves constipation. A natttww.f nnj cnlvn trlllinltlinnrl V the riroll- - finntnnrntn lint tlln entrlt rf llli.it. nwrl ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura . ! in its effect and certain in results. It (ems which confront her." Its resultant democracy are, today ns will won't bo long before Lw- - ax Thn fnmniorp1nl mid IndiiRtrlnl roe- - ! alwavs. tne mnlor mo.iis . nf . linth nn. .: f. ;r- -r .. 7. tiV.-i"-.vo.Kf-.- wars, f: - nous. oeeKing no victories dui inosc completely displace calomel in every inord o France, following past home, i Children can take it freely an5 dlcates that she should recover quickly of peace, no territory except their own, with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarfrom tho nctual physical destruction no sovereignty except sovereignty over anteed. 60c and !?1 in bottles. Nona the Independence and genuine without tho likeness and sfcmv Inflicted In tho present conflict. The themselves turc of L. K. Grigsby. For sa'.o by reconstruction of railroads, the erection equal rights of the weakest member of of factories to replace those destroyed, the family of nations ore to tho people ;, H, WJfcMAJlSj . Hartford icy- and the replacement of the mechanism of the United States nnd of France en- m The Woman's Tonic of Industrial activity that will be re- titled to ns much respect as those ot In defense of' quired and that Is In part already the mightiest 'empire. planned, offer a peculiarly Inviting these principles, France Is engaged in Sold Everywhere field to American capital aud enter n death struggle with militant nutoc-steps have nlread rey 9i! I'UWl regression, ryjij it is prise. Tentative i been tnlsen by representatives of Amor- - not surprising to learn tjuit she has & lean engineers nnd business men In this loaned to her nllles nnd to other friendly states 7,000.000,000 francs with wLlcl! work. Aside from its attractive business to further the cause of democracy. It aspect, tho enlistment of American Is In keeping with America's traditions njrATY njtrT?n.tc money and effort in tho great task of that since tho date on which we forCelebrated for style, perfect fit, ImpcItT3d i reconstruction that will remain nt tho mally aligned ourselves with Franco V El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE y every cityorand town in the Ui'itol State tnl end of the war will tend to cement still and her allies in the great struggle, by mail direct. More sold tlua Canidi, And Fitting ofGluttscx more closely tho ties that bind tho two, " government has lent to I' ranee any other make. Send lor free catatogut. (fUcCAIX'S MAGAZINE great republics together, nnd will en-- 8.170,000,000. OWENSBORO. KY. More subscribers than any other fashion eminently fitting that America nble Americans to discharge In part . mieazlno million a month. Invaluable. Lau t est styles, patterns, drcssinaUnr, millinery, the debt they owe to France for her , should now Do lighting on French soil plain sewinir, fjney needlework, fialrdresslni;, friendly Interest In the welfnro undj to uinko tho world .safe for democracy. etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents n Still Unbeaten. progress of tho United States from Tho liberty thnt America has enjoyed year (worth double), Including a Iree pattern. Subscribe today, or send (or sample copy. years Trance helped her to for Tho sorgcant-niajo- r had tho reputhe beginning, of ltn life as a, nation. 'WONDEUFUL INDUCEMENTS In Judging tho Industrial status of. achieve. The swords of Lafayette and tation of never being nt a loss for to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue any nation. Its production and con-- 1 lloclianibcau, aided by tho guns of Do an answer. A young ofiieor mado a I and new cash prlie offers. Address fcumptlon of coal, Iron, mid steel nnd Orasso upon tho high seas, asMsted In bet with n brother olllcor that ho Oil UcMU CO. KJ to HS W. S7ta St.. hew yosh tho growth of its transportation sya-- , cutting the foreign ties thnt bound the would. In less than twenty-fou- r linuri ' Aim. lean colonies piior to tho Yuir for asl; terns are highly significant factors. a question tho sergeant-majo- r In 1S00, French Industries consumed Independence, and from tho private that would baffle him. 21 million tons of coal, of which 10.fi purse of King Louis himself canto the accompanied Tho sorgeant-majo- r millions were taken from homo mines. llrst loan to America unsecured and unconditional to finance that historic tho young olllcor on his rounds, in In 10111, tho consumption was 01 milIt was with entire. Jus- tho course of which tho cook-hous- o lions, of which 41 million tons wore undertaking. s&. tice that Washington wrote to llocham-beaPointing to a largo ! wns inspected. taken from home mines. "To tho generous aid of your na- copper of water just commencing to In 1S00, tho French output of cast fJucceea when overythio? else f..i!. h Iron wns l.IlSO.OOO tons, and of Btcel, tion aud to tho bravery of Its sons is boll, tho olllcor said: In licrvoui prostraiio' und ftmaJs , 1,000,000 tons. In 101-1- , Franco pro- to bo ascribed in a very great degree "Why does thut water only boil CaU'.lS33e thi!V nio th Rllnrrin. that Independence for which wo huvo around the edgos of tho copper and duced r,!!ll,000 tons of cast Iron and icracily, ci Ihsusands havo testified. fought." J,CX,000 tons of steel. not in tho center?" .eO?? KlDNCYpLIVEH AND "Tho water round tho edge, sir," STOMACH TSOUBLB IS ?0 1m t... ....! .u...T.t ropliod tho votorau, "Is for tho men t " I, over u drucnis's counter. U on guard; they havo their breakfast an hour bofore tho remainder of half tho company." SOLDIER8 THE VERDUN FRENCH INDUSTRY YOUTH'S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 ' IS I I I i J in a sEEisszior tw&cues ana mens Garments n ( I n 1870-1S7- e, to-t- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. , - 40 &.: j ; it Ve-L- v -- a--- "- $ iQwf-aj- DR. J. H.THORPE I tSIo0 m$& ri ....' Tlt-Dlt- s. M ff&WI&V vV'ai mii&i 12 w!cwra Ths ? scuo..-iTHOSu by raui'oay ir Ammraii tvuiucu. will inc IS monthly issues of AtiS A rAlTEKK r. Ho Won. uEvcry 1 V"oiium Vauts! l itojWiili B.. MBtlttTSai LtJimcnaitie) W8sflwia '. A every iuuiks 'VCul's. nw'euiK p.nsRic' but &!sc icatuinn ur uiT. iswj.awrciy r "What would you do if turned BSSu'SJ $9.10 rrr If..... f.tH.l.B IN THEIR RETIREMENT FROM OCCUPIED TERRITORY THE GSR. MAN ARMY DESTROYED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. ( Ihis OH r J to tit to Youth's Compamoa subscriber only.) every month for one rar: elzo choice of iny I5ent 2McCAlL'S MAGAZINE I'Utern FKEE fur i cents extra to cover n u'wg. 11 IF YOUTHS COMPANION. St. Pnul ft , UOSTOV. MAS?AQ IUSETTS Ilct K..K. nfT,J"7r;Tfl'VTrTTJ'r:' nturf Iis4 H.tOICipmi w r.u. Kouy uroirl K li tit Ebliilirri r( tb Ll (atwM4k tUl Oir tfuil f. .! ll.A 1AIT "Tw'''1,,n'Tr"'' ' " -JJ you down?" sho asked shyly, as they sat on tho parlor bofu. Tho young man looked straight ahead but said nothing. After a fow TOR PEHSONAt. !lYr.!rM?. moments of silence she nudged him Duolv?t1 in vater fcr douches tcpi with her elbow aud cald: "Did you pchlc catarr'j, uicor.ition and inftotn- matiott Recommecdod by LyJia C. i j hour my. quoHtlon?"' m'j. .o, lor. ten yr&Ti. Ho looked nt hor npprohonslvoly. A IWlinifTvtwiJ. r for nasal mtnrrN. . your pardon," ho ropliod. core Utrcvinud ore ye. "I beg "I thought you wuro nddi owing tho ItUt tfuMs.. aary ,e'ac-- s ad serwUU r,t. Boiio Ir f 11 mICi). ioo a. j gas." St, Louis Republic. I V'J ' 'li j ( ' Econ.-nr.Icc'I 1 Mill iu. l ,! yfiTpyvylf wpiH! WW " JH.U. 5T. LOUIS LEAOS If! Pfifl TIE SALE fi?iPi t8S MACK COOK, rasasw 1 1. TOSIPrS? ,. OF LIBERTY BUS Your Nation's Call For Food Is a Direct Call to AH Hoj? Raisers Thpre Is a world'n hog shorlagn of r.2.l2.'r,oon head. Tho c.ittlo supply of all nations Is 2S.0Mi.n0n below normal. Thero aro millions of men hi the Allied Kurope that have been taken away from tho farms ami livestock production. McADOO ACCEPTS ST. LOUISAN'S IDEA OF SENDING 12,000,003 LETTERS TO FARMERS TO AID IN SALE OF DONDS. 1 Kopiibllcau nominee for County Judge. S. A. BHATCHKR, Republican iiouiluoo for Sheriff. j. r.Mimv, Repre-Nontnt Republican nominee for Ivo. Text Books on Liberty Lo.in Sent to Every Postmaster, School Tensli. er, Railroad Agent, Telegraph Agent In United States. As n consequence wo have a severe shortage of meat and St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis In tho an enormoiiK demand throughout the world. Twenty-cen- t first Liberty Loan campaign origicent pork Is probable. It Is tho pork Is n realty. Twenty-livnated many novel features us well' as patriotic duty of every American fainter to raise hogs during I efficient methods or distributing tlio the next few oars. Nothing onjhe farm will prove morn Liberty Bonds, and in publicity Hues. profitable With the best bog feed"sold at a nominal price mid Again in tho second Issue St. Louis is ou enjoy nduuilages but that few sold right at your door, K. leading in original ideas. James vicinities can claim; a feed that will make lork ut los than Smith of the St. Louis Chamber of eight cents per poiiinl. Commerce presented lion. Win. IS. secretary of the treasury, a plan Tell us, Mr. Hog Raiser, dnosn'l the future look good to Secretary , for reaching the farmers. you? McAdoo Immediately wrote Mr. Smith, telling him that the plan had been Write us for prices on our feed anil start feed'.n; at once. accepted. K. S. HOWARD, Smith's plan Is to have a specl.it Republican nominee for County letter sent to the farmers tluouga Superintendent. 1. K. WARD. fourth class postmasters of the counCompany, Inc. Glenmore Republican nominee for Assessor. try, and tho rural free catrlcis. 'Ihu wll piactically reach eery farmer OWENSBORO, ICY. ill the United States. A letter will & B be aent to farmers explaining the Liberty Road, and uppiaung to them for their putrutlc suppon. 'I bis letter will bo supplemented by a special letter tu a selected list of ' church at an eiirly age and hud btcu l.OOu.OOU farmers ulio aio prosperous iu.d have money lor the purchase if GUARDING A NAVAL SECRET.' a (jirtHlHtent uud active member of it the Liberty Rands. He wan a Stewart for for (!. la audition to tno Smith plan tho How England Cloaked tho Quisling of more than twenty-liv- e tV years a New Typo of Cruiser. j National Publicity Committee lor the A. I). KIltK, was for nearly half a century tho attribution xif tlie'Llberiy Loan nio In Kurope eMraiudiiiur.v precautious church choir leader. In tho old time Republican nominee for County j nwidin g direct to eiuti postmasie., nre taken by all the great iHtuors to M,tl,odlK Attorney. hymns of which, lutinmu irfent. telegraph office .nana- - mask their mil.iury plans, ami ,,,. j.Nearer My (Sod To lliee. and How W. C. ItiaXKKNSIIII', turn utaut efforts are made to ferret out the ser In the country a text-boowere at his re gnxcru-- ' rirm a Republican nominee Tor County they may inform theinsolxes and bo military designs nf oppot-mWORTH TICHKXOR, to answer questions ami explain incuts. Admiral William S. Sim of quest, sung at his funeral. able Clerk. Republican noininee for .fuller. Mr. Acton leaves a wile and four arc- ais. I lie United States navy threw an Inter-ettin- g the Liberty Loan. Hldellgbt on this phase of In sons, Schuyler, Culley, Ira and Robbeing sent to every school-teachewhen testifying before tlio ert, and two daughters, beuetlt of the Union church, was 1'rovisiox tho United States, especially in the Rhea mid I STRAY STREAKS. hoiie commit lee. rkopkxixc: largely attended, and a neat little casks ruir.l districts. Amanda, both of whom marr!' d "To slmw the extreme Impel lance of 'sum of ?25 was realized. Tlio distribution of the second LibAll the ciul- (By Fluke McFluke.) this matter of a new t.pe." siibl Ad Methodist ministers. the man has been erty Loan Bond $3,01)0,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford spent will "In i',r'" "opl Amanda were present at miral Sims. uhen iire.it Britain llrst Friday In Owensboro. called to rejMirt for military duty by open this morning at 10 o"clock. This built these (swirt iiml powerful H funeral, the four boys acting as A. Rial, Hartford's peanut and pop- last .Mrs. W. O. Reid spent Thursday a local board and sent to the mobil- - is tho time designated by Hon battle crtiiMTsi extraordinary prewiti- - pull boaters. corn king, really lias a pall of lard' in Louisville. ization camp either the local hoard Ham G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Rons were taken to pievcut her piMi After funeral services bv Rev. in his roaster. Whether he. In fact, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Arnold have re- or the military authorities at tho mo- Treasury. ble enemies learning their eliur.icteris- - I Frank Adkinsoii, who married tho uses It or not, I am able to say, not. The Liberty Loan Organization of tics. Great Britain had u number of deceased' daughter, asNlsted by turned from a several days stay in bilisation camp may request of thi" Rev. Raserve District m mured cruers, and Geimiiuy had u Louisville, the guests of friends. adjutant general of the State per-- 1 :bo Rleblh Federal boniij number of them, (iie.it Britain knew Joseph Acton, the remains were la Under tho high cost of living, we Mrs. Vernon Crowdor contributed mission for tlio local board to re- has placed the sales of these In the Mt. Vernon burying are now paying more for our hath u ml oi- the diiection of the Investment that If she could build a number .of terrcd book "Ren Hur" with others to open the ciiso for tho purpose of de- ground. water, tho no additional charge is the Rankers' Committee, which has organ- - these battle eruNeivs that had the new library just organizing at terniinlng whether or not the ex- - Izod an efficient sales force of boa I ship guns ami twenty-eigh- t knot speed ' made for Breckenridge and Hardin the Union church. emption or discharge should ha.'o and insurance salei-meIn other words, more speed than any Into teani.i Xollie. County hillside clay furnished with Bros. Creep and Walter have been been granted, or the adjutant gen- with a captain for each. Tho bond and oilier cruisers In the woild and guns Party taking by mistake Stetson tho wasli stuff. "Not an ad." away for some time holding protract- eral of the State may request ths insurance salesmen offer their serv- stronger than those of any other cruis- bat at Mt. Carmel Singing Convene at.rt local board to reopen the case, for i ices without remuneration and the de- ers she would thus be a way ahead for tion Sept. HO will please ed meetings at Hopkiusvillo ' leturn to And the same old H. C. of L. has voting their intlro time during tn a long time. In case permisother points. the same purpose. tuo for exchange. likewise sent shaves up just iiO per "She laid down three of thoe D. Bean, of Dundee, who sion is granted or request is made by month of October to the placing ut Mr. C. W. P. IIOA(SI.aS'I). cent, which Is likely to lirlns safeIn the estimate", they woreealU-has been visiting his daughters at the adjutant general, the local board this loan for the United States Go Hartford, R. r. armored oruUers. mid everybody In tho down. "Neither is this an ad." Louisville ties and Nashville, Tonn.., fs will reopen the case, pass upon its Arrangements lor a large military world supposed that simply three more at Horse Branch with relatives, Liitt McLaughlin Dead. merits and certify it to tlio district parade Tuesday afternoon. Octobei :', armored cruisers would out, with We came down to tho office on tiiat home. He stopped at Chatta- hoard in the regular manner. The ordinary guns, which ale :.'' Inch. etc. Latt F. McLaughlin, a well known commencing at 2:0 o'clock. Uipcr-nocold frosty morn lug this week just nooga, and saw Lookout Mountain, They were going to mount on the.se citizen of Mndisoiivillo, was found district board will also treat It In Frederick I). Gardner and Major In time to see Thomas sneaking In guns npleie. dead on a street of that city Filday Oglethorpe, Missionary RidgD.and the regular manner. If It Is ile- -j Henry V. Kiel, and the officers o vessels eight twele-Iin-Ft. thru the hack door with an emptv other points where he fought 54 tho exemption or dls- - the Liberty Loan Organization li.ui and they were going to give them n night. Latt was pretty well known termlned that nigber speed. coal bucket on his arm. John won years ago. In Western Kentucky as a rlproarlng charge should not have been granted ' been Invited to review the parad mumbling and muttering something "Yum an cimi eul the speed, of course, Rro. Ward Taylor, of Rosluc, has will so notify tho from the reviewing stand In front oi wlilto the vessel U Imildlllg, but It was Republican politician. He ran in the tho curiousness of the people been called to preach here in tlio the district board about adjutant general of the State, who tho Star Building. The parade was wholly Impossible to conceal the fact Republican primary two jiars ago in our neighborhood, said every fel- Union church owned by Baptists and against Kd Morrow for Governor that the,) were tuii'dtir-- twenty-fou- r will, in u case where the request to composed of United Slates Army low peered to thin!: tho town was full Mothodists. tuo St. Louis regiments of, tweiie-IiK'guns that could not other- and received u few thousand vote.! reopen comes from the commanding of thloves, as he had gone to five or Home Guards. Roy Scouts, assoclattd! of tho mobilization 'camp,! bankers, and a large number of bond wise bo ucdiiiiitcd for. (.ireat Britain In Western Kentucky. officer Mx different coal house and found SUNXVRALK. did lint want other nations to know ofpromptly notify such commanding every blamod one of them locked and insurance salesmen. Oct. 10. Wo had a biting frost that these were going to be earrietl by Notice of Dissolution of Hartford no ground for disthere is and ho didn't like tho surroundings here Tuesday morning. thve three cruisers. So llie.v Induced Several peo- ficer that Tobacco Warehouse charging tho man from military serTurkey tu sign a contract fur those hero, uo how. iDftDV nnMtiC" niRTU-fHCTple lost their cane and late com. Notlco is hereby given that tho iv., KUIlSf mil a eel tain foicigu attache hi uiiui L.uiiu vice. Mr. V. It. Ferguson's long expectTHEY GROW AS BABY GROWS Loudon paid not less than or Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Comir It Is determined that tho Now, that the hog and his product ed Ford arrivod Sunday. pany, Incorporated, Is dosing up lta JTi'.Oixi. to official of tlio companies to should have been granted, Is to bo regulated by lloovor and comThe community pleasantly surprisget to look at their hooks ami assme business." a pany, ho will likely change his hab-It- u ed Mr. Tom Tucker with a birthday tho local hoard will not deliver Byron Moser, Jr., St. Louis' First Baby himself that the gnus were being built This September ISth, 19 17. copy of the discharge to tho regisBond Invcstsr. soaring up and around tho 20 dinner Sunday. of for Turkey. Of course they pestered J. It. WKLLKR President. trant but will send It to the adjupar mark. Yea. wo Ion; for Mr. boy was born to tho Turkey to llud out what she winded A Attest: W. S. TINSLKV. Secre who will general of tho State Hog to tell now at about 10.20. St. Louis, Mo. One of tho Inter with twenty fo.ir twcKe Inch guns, but wlfo of Johulo Whobrey recently tant 12U commanding officer cstiug attractive features or tho first hi the meantime the icsscls wcic com. tary and Treasurer. Wife and baby aro gottlng along nice- forward It to tho ut the mobilization camp with the l.lbei ty Loan Bond Issue was the no v. pleted ami the guns mounted before I camo near eating ly, and we hope that Johnie will soon Laud Fur Sale. request tluit tho man ho discharged el idea of purchasing a bond for an in- foreign nations knew tint a radically .10 acres In bottom. 1 mllo from EOiao plain, ordinary hog's' ham tho rovlvo. on tho ground fant koii or daughter, that were aptly new t.po of vessel was In existence. Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Kirk spout from military service other day at SO cants per pound. I "The British wanted to get that typo Hartford on Hartford and Goshen discharg- willed "Baby Bonds." road. As I liavo left with Mrs. Kirk's unci", that ho should liavo been priced It, but compromised by buying tho week-en- d Thereupon tlio Rjion W. Moser, Jr., Infant son of out because hi any coullb't with mi- - so,l for what I paid the countv will ed from the draft. a little bit of owl at 38o. While wo O. P. Willis, of Narrows. for it, $22. .10 por' Byron W. .Moser, UlSij other navy that did not have similar commanding officer at the moblltza- - Mi. and Mrs. don't eat jqwl quite no well as ham, avenue, St. Louis, was tlw vessels the Urilisii would haw it gte.it acre. At the price of corn, ono crop dlachargo tho man .McPlier.-otlon camp will I'ALO. adiuiitiigo. scouting power was I And It lasts much longer, and while hrst baby Liberty Bond Investor and so great midTheir powers of ilestrue ought In pay for this laud. their Oct. 10. Mrs. Olln Duke, Myrtte from tnilltary.gorvlce." tno wife and kid aro disposing of J. I). HAUGH. first to receive his bond. TIi-- j tiou ihe Tar-vi- n s'o gieat Unit anything except a The abovo quotation Is from "Form bond was purchased for hliu when he 110 Kast'.Maln St.. said jowl they chew tho rag a right Bodson, Vera Duko and Mrs. battleship was prai'thally helpless 41, Compiled Ruling of Provost MarBakor attended the funeral was six months old Baby Ryion will mart and evory llttlo bit helps, you Louisville, Ky. tlieiu." Spokiuiu Spokesman-He- of Mrs. Maud CI raves, held at shal General. No. 12, dated Soptein-bo- r clip Ins fiut coupon when ho is 1 know. loir. U7. 1917." year old, December. ID 17. and thereDundee last Friday. Tonsue-Twlstcicvst-after for 30 years ho will clip, semiMr. and Mrs. W. A. Whobroy visitreproscnta-Wr- it Our Poor Record. Mr. II. H. Detrevllle. a annually a coupon. Try this ou our vocal organ. Say Wliouroy latt average yield of potatoes' in the TAX DATKS. ed Mr. and Mrs. John The of the L. & N. R. K. Co.. of Byron, Jr., cooed over his bond United States is IK'. I bushels to Hie It ovur twlmil times, nnd say it fast: Sunday. lad., left MadUonvlllo, gleefully, his chubby hands clutclung ucte. In Germany It is IS! bushels. "A rat ran over the ioof with n lump I, or ono of my deputies, will bo at Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Duko visited yostarday, just after noon, arit as dimly as a miser would grip his Tho average jleld of wheat here Is I5.li of raw '.Ivor In hla mouth." riving hero about 7 or S o'clock that Mr. J. D. Duke and faintly.' of Hart- the following precincts to collect Tax gold. It his cooing was rightfully bushels. In Germany It Is ."2. Tim ho confided that ho proon datos below: plglit. Mr. Dotrevlllo cnirto bore, to ford, last Sunday. yield of outs here is il7.1. it (Serniany I'ORDSVILLi:. posed to stai t a savings account with It la 11. Tho ileld or bailey Is 211.7. In Messrs. Marvin and Tarvln Maker Oct. Ut b'oicNvtlle. Investigate tho nomiilalnt of tho Oct. 11. Work Is progressing rapthe Hist coupon which ho would illp, Uciuiany each acre pioduccs thhty-sspent I'm week end with their parOtt. 10 Ccntoitoun. with rofmenre to tlio present idly on the now buildings on Main December, 1017, and thereby add to bushels. Oct. 17 MaUuiiiK. passenger sorvlco over tho M. II. & ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Baker, of street. Ills capital, ilia capital will be glow, Mr. Dudley Coopor contemPatesvlllo. But German Holds did not ahvnjs Oct. IK Kqiialily. B. He drove thru to Centertown ing while ho grows. plates having a now brick business yield such bountiful crop. Tbhty-llvMr. K. F. Gubbert lias returned Oct. IK Prentiss. from hero to sou the Citizens of that A Liberty Bond Is ono of tlio most yeais ugo Germany nilsed only IK) house erected on tho old bank site. Oct. 20 Reaver Dam place from whence It Is presumed Iio home from Lexington, where ho had attractive birthday, Christmas, gradu- bushels of potatoes, nineteen bushels Rov. J. W. Reugle. State MIhkIihi. j been visiting his son, Clarence, who Same Date Simmons. ating or other gift that can bo made. of wheat, tweiity-livdrovo on to Moorman, where ho bushels of oats 'nry. held a short series of meetings uad a gift that was very ill of measles. Mr. Gabbert Oct. 22 Cromwell. It Is u sura Investment could catch a trajn for Owensboro. bushels of barley to 'here Including last Saturday and twenty-lhre- e and Sun-th- o loports Clarenoo a great deal better Oct. 2it .Magna, wllh Ralph book will always bo Buro of appreciation. ... acre. The (jermiiti boll Is poor. nil . J HORKK URAXCII. Madeu unil family attend also. Mrs. Joe Tho German climate Is unfavorable to ' Mr. John T. Smith wont to Owena-bor- o Oct. a. Mr. Arthur .Morrison at- - ed tho family birthday dinner given Oct. 21 Dcunflchl ami Select. THE CHALLENGE OF THE successful iigikultuie. Vet by a careTuesday. DOLLARS. study of tho subject of feitlllzutlou tomlcd tho Daviess County Fair Sat- Mr. Tom Tucker at Suuuydule hi3t ful Oct. 25 Herbert and Rosiue. Mr. Charlie Miller and wife went urday. Sunday, It being Mr. Tucker's fiftieth Quoting a Berlin dispatch which It has been possible to incicase their Oct. 2(1 llorso Brunch. Mrs. lloyd, who lias been ou tho birthday. boasted of tho success of a "how Ger- productivity by CO per cent. Philadel- to Hartford Saturday. Oct. 27 Roclsport. Mr. Kd Qulsonberry, man war loan, Secretary McAdoo in phia Ledger. nick lint. Is bettor. of Huntor. Mrs. Krnest Duke Is on tho sick Oct. 21) llelllii unil Bells Ran. Ark:., Is bore to see his brother his Atlantic City speech bald: "Let .Mr. and Mis. WiUiu Ferguson, of list. :U Rufoxl. wh Oct. subscrlp-tloW. I J. Acton Dead. still remains quite HI. ut meet that challenge by a C'oJUral city, vWtd Mr. V. T. SanMr. John Wlmsatt, who has been Oct. Kl Dundee. to our second Llborty Loan on Tho Baptist Woman's Mission,. rWilliam Henry Acton, ono of tho der family last week. real sick, is couvuleseiug. Vyso anil (Yralvo. Nov. 1 Oct. 27, nlno days after the clo.e of best known and most piusporous cninei mei Willi Mrs. A. J Wilson Mr. J. A. Morrison U visiting relMr. and Mrs. S. J. Raker, of Nov. 2 Narrow s. which will m.ilco tho German loan, farmers of tho Rosiiio community, (last Monday. ative; t PoIIyIIIo, Ky. visiting tho. Baker Bros, this S. (). KKOWN, clear to the German despotism that j Mr. Charlie llittler, or Rro. Ku6fl!:8'T, a brother of Mrs. week. Sheilli Ohio County. Puttlosvlllo America marshals not alono her sol- died of troubles Incident to old ago had his foot and leg painfully Ipi,,,-- Will Cole, pleached two good Mrs. Klva Renfrew, who bus boeii and fier navy, but her fli.am hil Tuasday. diers Mr. Acton was born Novombor 4. ed In a corn shredder, Tuondiy liore Sunday at tlio Union real slok, Is slowly Improving. resources as well, and that siio Is. determined to use them all without utint 1833. and lucked only a low days of j Mr. Hurva ltobotts Iiuh bought church. Mr. uud Mrs. S. J. Raker spoilt last and to vindicate American rlght.i.'1 being 84 years old at tho tlmo of his moved into, the rosldeuco FOR FLETCHER'S The box supper given at the school Tuesday with Mr. uud Mrs. T. D, formerlv death. Ho joined tho Methodist owned by Mr Doc Miller house lust Saturday night for tha Duke. 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