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COAL MEN HIT 01$ ftamMGom, Jtetf DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 16 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, ihr., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1917. ' nn increase In prlco for coal producA CARD. KAISER'S DREAM ed In the bands of a committee of GATHERING THE GOLD RUSSIAN ISLE thp administration. OF AMERICAN GOLD Fuel Administration officials say FOR RESERVE BANKS BY FUEL BOSS tbo men now striking want tho InSWOLLQWED OP creased wages to tnko effect Immediately Instead of at the next pay PRECIOUS METAL TO RE HOARD- 'IFTY BILLION DOLLAR TRIBUTE period, nbout November 1. In a in: levied ox uncle ED AGAINST THIJ DANGIHIH BERLIN ANNOUNCES COMPLETK-POSSESSIO1TEL COMMISSIONER GARFIELD atatement Dr. Onrflcld said SAM. OF KXPORT. SENDS WARNING TELEIIV THE GERthe Fuel Administration and the railGRAM. MANS. roads are energetically working on tho problem of getting nioro cars to New York, Oct. 17. To attack tho Washington, Oct. 10. President tin; mines, and that thcro is every Wilson last night sounded a call for United States If ho had been vicwlll be NAVAL FORCES ENGAGED THE COUNTRY AT WAR hopo that tho coal shortngosaid that tho mobilization of alt the nation's torious In the war and make It pay gradually remedied. Ho Having received nearly a thousand reserves under tho supervision Germany an Indemnity of fifty billwhether tho Increased demand for ion dollars or more, thus making votes ln my rnco before tho lato Re(conl will bo met by mi increase of of the Federal Hescrvo Board. Germany easily the richest nation in publican primary for tho nomination German In a statement made public through .And I'm! Must Conic From Hie suppiy wlll depend upon car supply, DreadnauRht Strikes Mine, ' .., ihn world, was Ihn irnnerous scheme for Shorlff I feel llko I havo somo . 'Hut Get Away And Its Fato la Mlnm nt Reasonable . "I" " " tho energy and patriotism of thoil"u friends in Ohio county, and to theso - """- 'waw Unknown, Prices. minora, cat onnratora and laborers. "I"n a" eiigiuio " "ocn Known tnat tnc Kais- - friends especially I want to appeal ; lanUs unci turst companies to join the i and also lovil proposed to connuer tho United for their most loyal and enthusiastic Federal Ueservo system without fur L ho by every m" support of my successful oponcnt and dolay that thoy may "contribute stntcs attcr " had iised with tho ' ther Berlin, via London, Oct. 17. Gor- Washlngton, Oct. 17. Whatever bio for conservation and limitation their fiharo" to tho consolidated gold rest or tno world and make us pay for the entiro Republican ticket. My Ideal of a truo Republican is man troops havo captured the Rus- powers necessary will bo employed In the use of coal to the utmost pos- reserves of tho country and aid moro all Germany's war costs, but this Is ono who Is ns faithful In the hour of slan island of Oesel, ln tho Gulf of by tho Fedcrnl Government to stop sible extent. effectively In "a vlgorouai prosecu- tho first statement of the exact defeat as In the Jiour of victory, and Riga, In Its ontlroty, It was ofllcial-th- o Production Shows Increase. tho strikes of coal miners In tho tion and successful termination of amount tho Kaiser had expected to highest service tho men who sup-- " ly announced today by tho German llddlo West and prevent Interruption collect from us. "Our production," ho said, "has tho war." ported mo in my race can do for mo' general staff. Henry Morganthau, of tho Nation's fuel production. former Amshown a steady Increase over last Scores of such Institutions have Is to join me In a sinccro'and earnest The German statement says that y by year's figures so that the total of Hocked to This warning was given the system within tho bassador to Turkey, states this In an effort ,to give tho entire Republican Teuton naval forces had encounters Fuel Administrator Garfield In n. bituminous coal mined In 1917 will past three weeks, among them some article 1n tho World. sharp telegram to miners and op- - bo about fiO, 000,000 tons greater of the largest trust companies of Mr. Morganthau, referring to tho ticket this year tho largest major!- - with Russian torpedo boat destroy-t- y In tho party's history. Every ers and gunboats north of Oesel Is- orators in tho Holds Involved, ro- - than In 191G, and Increased produc-tniudln- g New York, Philadelphia and othor war, says: No matter how heavy 'the expense man on tho Republican ticket is well land and ln the Bay of Riga, and them of their pledge not to Hon of nntraclte coal will show nn cities. Tho movement to the Feder qualified for tho position ho seeks these resulted favorably for the Ger-aallow tho output of coal to bo dl- - even higher percentage, al Heservo .system has laqkcd only a may be, It will bo light In comparihighly deserving tho honor of mans. The Russian ships wero "Complaints liavo been received tlnnl Impelling force to assumo the son with tho prlco that the United minlshed and declaring that any nt- and let us all join hands polled to retire. Tho German ves-ftompt to bring pressuro to bear upon 'from some mines that tho Increase proportions of a landslide. Within States would have to pay if Germany a victory for the entire ticket sels, It Is added, sustained no losses, him to force u revision of coal prices in wages of minors hns resulted in a less than three weeks resources of won the war. Petrograd, Oct. 17. The Russian would result In postponement of a dc- - falling off of production. It Is clinrg-cislo- u such Institutions in the system have Tho great majority of Americans with a majority near tho thousand War Office has completely lost touch on that question. 'ed that miners will quit work when arisen from $1,200,000,000 to moro seems to have little realization of mark. Yours for success, with the Russian forces on the Is- Dr. Garfield was In conforenco thoy have earned a certain amount than $2,GOO,000,000. how close wo stood' to the brink of a G. A. RALPH. land of Oesol, it was officially an- precipice. It was no Idle threat that during tho dny with John P. White, of money during tho week, and thus Must Control Whole. nounced today. AmWork- - tho higher wages shbrtens the work president of tho United Mine Liberty Loan financing, tho result tho Kaiser uttered when ho told .Naral skirmishing is continuing In ers of America, who reported that so ing time. In most cases whore activity In tho money markets. bassador Gerard In October, 191G, timo tho range Is reached they thor- -' lar inc siriKcs in unio, inuiann, mi- - vcstigations nave oeen made, iiowev-nol- s ii.o ntfort nt ihn ?nvprnmPnfK iinn that when this war was over he in- - oughly understand tho rifle. Then tho watera "ound Oesel Island, off and Pennsylvania wcro local in or, it Is shown that tho short time has flnanclal transactions upon tho bond tended to stand no more nonsense follow lessons ln the art of maintain- - the GuIf of niBa- - Russian patrol ships ing correct shooting positions, each havln& had encounters with German character, though they woro threat- - resulted much moro from tho short- markets and the stock exchanges of'""11 Uie Americans, Germany was victorious and man being coached by an Individual torpedo craft. ening to spread. Ho expressed tho ngo of cars than from tho unwilling-hop- e the country have made It Imperative. I 0ne German dreadnaught which that tho men could be induced ness of men to put In full hours, tutelage in tho view of the administration, for Great Brltaln and France wer0 Instructor. This personal to return to work. "It Is tho opinion of the' Fuel Ad-T- the Federal Reserve Board to con- - crushed.tho United States would have creates a keoner Interest amongst the ran lntt tho Russian mine field fending Oesel Island on October 12, rango experts say. Fuel Administrator did not. ministration that if all Jtho people trol not a. major fraction of the golduce attacked on tho pretext that It comment upon his warning or go will show the samo patriotism In tho resorvc of tho country, but tho entiro had supplied the allies with money It Is an open secret that thousands struck a mine- - tho statement adds, Into details concerning the steps he use of coal which tho minors and amount. The recent embargo on gold a,nd munitions and bo compelled to of marines are now in Franco ready After tne explosion the warship made r tho coast and its ultimate fate 1s-proposed to Inka if It is not heeded mine operators aro showing in Us exports has made it highly desirable W an Indemnity that would make, in tnitn tifnir stnn.i in tin, c.inR nf rto- to say that while the production, there will be onough coal that this control bo acquired as speed- - Germany tho richest nation In, tho mocracy, and tho local boy will be not known. furpicr than wor,d ln sn,te ot ller enormous loss- - well prepared when the time comes country Is nt war no Interference this ear for all war purposes and lly as possible. RlR Push In Sight. is tolerated, still leuvo nil that Is necessary for with fuol production Wlth tho board In active, dally con- -' cs- - l havo heard th!s indemnity to Join them. He is the stepson of ' AH tho Important infantry fighting Congress has empowered tho Presl- - domestic industries and for keeping trol of tho country's huge store of mentioned at $50,000,000,000, or Mrs. Katlo H. Duncan, of McIIenry, last night In the Western war thea- dont tonko over mines and operate tho people warm." and joined the Marine Corps at Louis- - tor was confined to the French front, gold, at present more than $3,000,- -. 200,000.000,000 marks. where attacks by Germans ln tho them If ho deems It necessary. There is not the slightest doubt in vllle, Ky. every avenue 000.000, watching Alsno and Champagne sectors, as well SOI.OXS TO VISIT Mivssiiko Ily Garfield. through which it may bo lessened and m? '"ind that this is what the Kaiser as In the Verdun region, wero repuls- Tho Fuel Administrator's telegram WAR FRONTS IN EUROPE vigilant In Its supervision of the would havo t,0,1 lf the aUIcs nad DIPHTHERIA FATAL TO LITTLE ESTES PHILLIPS ed by General Petaln's troops. follows: country's banking activities, officials boon defeated. Indeed, tho humbling There Is promise of a speedy re- "American citizens engaged m the , Washington, Oct. 1G. Ten mem bellovo that the financial position of and crippling of the United States no less essential to the Kaiser's son of newal of the activity in Flanders, Estes II,. the mining of coal, whether operators or hers of Congress, traveling In unofn-mlnor- tho country may bo rendered as near-,wor- o Field Marshal Halg, for are for the most part mind- - clal capacity but carrying special ly Impregnable as human skill can ambition to creato a master state Mr. Raymond Phillips, who lives just however. tlian tno humbling and crippling of cast of town, died Friday afternoon Instance, sends from British head-fill of tho fact that our country Is at passports urrnngetl for by tho State mako it. Hero wero unlimited, diphtheria. Tho fatal malady ' quarters today ono of those laconic war and that tho burden rests upon Department, aro on tho way to At present the board controls tho Grcat 'rlches ,n the ha"us of 100,000.000 pursued Its usual course of rapid that so frequently havo pre- to produco tho coal needed rope to visit tho war fronts and activities of Institutions representing Pel,le wl had not had tho courage velopmcut, and tho little fellow was ceded tno periodic attacks on that Interruption. Hut thero ternlze with tho parliamentary only ono-haof tho country's total aro somo who fall to rcsontatlvcs of tho Allies. In the banking resources. The latest re- to defend themselves. They had sick only a very short time. After front. "Nothing of special Interest to understand tho gravity of tho sltua- - party aro Representatives Dale, Ver-1lo- n port of the Controllor of tho Curren- made bullous out of tho war; why funeral services at tho resldence.con-- . report," has meant In several 0 ttlcSa nnd who do not hestltnto to ad- - mont; Taylor and Timberlnke, cy places at several millions above not take it away from them and put ducted by Row R. D. Bennett, the'caso3 that tho British guns had d wero laid In their last their terrific drumfire preparstrikes at tho presont time rado; Hicks, Now York; Johnson, ?1G,000,000,000 the resources of tho tho German empire back on its ing place in Oakwood cemetery Sat- - atory to an attack, as n means of forcing tho Govern- - Dill and Mlllor, of Washington; Good-iiio- banks within the system. Sluco that feet? When a Senator like LaFolletto as- -' urday afternoon. Tho German high command May tho God that nt onco to dccldo whether tho win, Arkansas; Stephens, Nebraska, report was Issued, however, nearly mystorlous courso of death parontly Is anticipating a renowal of wage increase agreed to at the meet- - and Parker, New Jersey; former $2,000,000,000 in resources havo sorts that wo had only a technical lng recently held nt Washington by Representative- Stout, of Montana, been added through tho acquisition grievance against Germany, tho men comfort tho parents in their hour of tho British drive, as tho latest statement In reporting tho In- i Hn who applauded him for assailing tho tho operators anil miners of tho con- - nm Ross L. Hammond,. a Fremont, of now members. w President's policy aro blind and deaf jtonso artillery activity in Flanders tral district should bo covored justly Noli., editor, nnd others. There are, however, between 8,000 said no Infantry attacks had taken by an advance In tho prices tlxed by This visit Is a development of the and 9,000 eligible banks and trust and dumb to tho calamity which was THE ALLIED NATIONS TO CONFER AT PARIS place "up to tho present." tho President. recent cabled and porsoual lnvlta- - companies, with resources estimated hanging over tho country. ! There has been a spell of compar- , "Tho mutter has been submitted tlons of representative members of at from $12,000,000,000 to $10,000,-000,00EXEMPTION RULES Washlngton, Oct. 17. While of- - ativoly good weather ln tho arena to mo and all concerned aro oxpect- - tho British and French Parliaments whoso activities aro entire' I am giving immo- - ror closer nflUlatlon of tho parlla-llat- o WILL HE CLARIFIED flclal announcement whero tho British Is belnglwtth- - east of Ypres, od to ly boyond tho control of tho Federal held, It Is1 practically certain that tho stoam roller Is puschlng its way and closo attention to tho ques- - nientary bodies of the Allied govorn-tlo- n government, being governed only by Much confusion has resulted from United States will be represented at through tho German lines. Thus tho and hopo to reach a decision at ments thru porsoual conferences nt Stato laws. Tho President address tho construction put by dlfferont tho coming conforonco of all tho na- - British aviators apparently havo been an early duto. Tho only clrcum- - tho British, French and Italian ed himself td theso Institutions. county and district boards, upon the tlons nt war against Germany, which nblo to collect sufficient Information within my control which will tals. President Wilson did not far rules, Issued nt Washington, to gov- probably wlll bo held in Paris. to enable their artillery to pursuo Its ilelay that decision will bo tho viola- - V()r congress officially ncceptlng tho A NEW GRAIN . ern their actions in tho mnttor of Secretary Lansing today author- - work with Its usual precision and tlon of tho spirit of tho arrangomont invitation at this time, and nollher SUBSTITUTE FOR WHEAT grnnUng exemptions to mon drafted izod tho stntemont that it definitely telling effect, whilo mudflelds pro- h between tho oporutors nnd miners, i)0uso took action, but tho ten - j,0rs arranged their trip Informally, for war service. A number of had been decided that thero would sumably have dried out somewhat was that under no clrcumstnnAgent Ilrowder County Farm boards, county and district, including with tho cessation of tho rain. ces Bhould tho production of conl In other representatives aro expected brought to this olllco Monday a few tho Ohio county board, havo excus- bo a conforenco and that tho United An admission of possible signifiStates was considering participating tho United States at tho present tlmo to follow soon, y heads of a new cereal which oventu-alled all married men, whllu other ln It with tho possibility that It cance was contained In tho German bo allowed to diminish. official com- j "While this is not an may play an Important part In statement' on tho Macedonian front would bo decided to do so. "If either tho operators or tho mln- - mission," Represoutattvo Dale wrote furnishing tho world's bread supply. boards, as tho district board at havo reported many marsituation, received lato last night. ors attompt to bring pressuro upon lllH constituents In explanation of tho It is called Egyptian wheat, and ried men for draft sorvice. It ap- JUDGE SIiACK AFFIRMED IN Sovoral villages in the Struma reg- mo to reach a decision I shall post- - trPi ..jt i8 certified by tho Secretary grows g In a head very much rcsomb-linpears now that tho authorities at pono It nnd uso whatovcr powers aro of stato ,l!u the Speaker of tho Houso COURT OK APPEALS DECISION Ion, on the right flank of the allied sugar cane. Tho grains aro r. Wafahlngton will soon undertako to lines, northeast of Salonlkl, havo necossary to compol tho production U8 ono jhnt goes in tho Intorost of our little larger than tho sorghum scod, cleur up tho confusion, and bring of coal to moot tho country's needs." country and tho relations between tin of n rich croamy whlto color, and Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 1G, Tho bcou "codod" by tho Bulgarians to y about some uniform rulo for exempAppeals decldod that tho British, Berlin announces. Mr. White roportcd that a consid- - government und tho governments of has u floury tnsto nearly ltko wheat. tions. Whon this Is dona It is high- Court of It. S. Rose, of Williamsburg, who' There has been notable patrol orablo number of men wero out in tho Allied ;tatlons." Tho heads aro threshed ,111 a wheat ly probablo that many men already by n majority of fourteen on the tlvlty by tho entente armies In Mace-fac- e Springfield and Peoria districts, In, Members of tho party aro armod thresher, nnd the Hour when ground, of the roturns, Is tho Republican donla rocontly, and It seoms posslblw Franklin and Williamson counties v i 1 lottcrs of Introduction to Am-nn- d makes excellent cakes. It Is also in the cantonments will bo returned to their dependent families. nominee for Circuit Judgo ln the that somo aggrosslvo uso is finally to In tho nellovlilo coal district of bassador Sharp, at Paris, to General used for mixing with wheat Hour for Thirty-fourt- h district, affirming tho bo mado of tho huge forco tho Illinois. In Indiana, ho said, six porshlng and others. They wlll visit gonoral baking. Mr. Drowder securof tho Whitley Circuit lies havo had assombled thero for mines woro Idlo becauso tho men de- - England, Ilelglum, Franco, Italy nnd ed tho sample shown us from Mr. J. McllENRY ROY IS A SHARPSHOOTER Court In tho contest suit by W. R. many months. mantled wngo Increases, and In tho Switzerland nnd hopo to bo back In D. Powers, a farmer living near Such a move might havo been Lay vs. R. S. Rose, of Bar-Uorgholo district of Ohio sovoral .Washington In tlmo for tho opening who secured Uio soed origAlthough ho has donned tho uni- bourvllle. Tho case was heard mado In anticipation of a Bulgarian mines havo shut down. of Congress ln December. inally from Texas, whero It Is ex- form of n sea soldier only since Juno Wugo Scitlo Agreed On. yosterday and considered by Chief attack on tho Salonlkl armies of the tensively grown for the purposos 5 last, William W. Duncan, of Rcdlkti-lctliiUpheld. Justice Settle and 'Judges Car- - alllos, to which Gormany is reported Under tho recont ngreoment reach Mr. Powers planted tho mentioned. this county, has already qual- roll, Hurt, Thomas and Clarke. Judgo to have been urging King Ferdinand. Tho reapportionment of magistcr- ed at a conforonco hero between the seed too lato to maturo this season, ified as a sharpshooter in tho Unitoporators and men a now wago scale ial districts In Ohio county, making Hurt dissented. As tho case had to Emperor William's visit to Sofia has but enough of tho heads ripened with ld so that mandate been connected by ono of tho granting substantial lucrcastis was sovon Instead of eight, was uphold which to plant a fair sized crop of It ed States Marino Corps, winning tho bo disposed of y coveted modal and an Increaso of issuo and tho Secretary of Stato man newspapers with this reported ngroed upon. Tho oporators first en- - by tho Court of Appeals, reversing next Boason. o pay. Ho won )ils spurs at tho ' to projoct. Greeco might now be could certtfy tho namo torod into tho agreement conditional tho Ohio Circuit Court, und directing m Port Royal, S. C, shooting trials, on tho ballots In Whitley and pectod to aid tho cntonto In repelling upon an ndvanco In prices bolng nl- - It to dissolve a writ of prohibition TAX NOTICE. after experts had put him and fel- Knox counties, tho court did not such uu uttack or in pushing nn Tho lowed by tho Government. Tho Fuel against County Judge Wllsou. low Marines through u series of fonslvo. rofusd to consent to court, in nn opinion by Judgo Hunt, tlmo to wrlto an opinion. Administration A declaration of war by Grooco Pay your tuxes now anil, niivo the training at tho various Island camps. The caso cited above Is one Judgo such an arrangomont, and tho opor- - also directed that, to prevent confu-ator- s, During this training tho mou aro Sluck was called to Williamsburg to ugalnst Bulgaria. In fact, seoms to bo according to tho ndnilnlstru- - slon, tho order not bo entered by peualty whkh will g on soon. H. O. KEOW.V, taught tho fine points and moods of hear In the Whitley Circuit Court, expected shortly by tho central pow- tlon, finally agreed without that stlp- - County Judgo J. II. WIIboii until tho Springfield "30" so that by tho whero ho decided lu favor of Roso. ers. Sheriff Ohio County. Tho question of allowing tor tho November election. to N ' """ - non-moniu- er ,n"r. ' i" " ( I 'JJHHM nd com-clectl- or " I he do-me- n.- s, eight-year-o- ld ot I Eu-the- in ut Btm lf I Colo-voca- to rest-.ene- nt Ber-sorro- w. 0, capl-stnn- mem-whlc- Mad-lsonvll- to-da- ac-w- on 11 Aot-uavlll- o, to-du- Ger-cou- ro-ce- nt ex-g- of-hu- vo lMASTKII COMMISSIONKIVH salk. on a credit of C and 12 months, tho following described property, m to-w- lt: " Ohio Circuit Court. Two tracts of land situated and 3. IV. Mercer, et al., Plaintiffs, bolng In Ohio county, Kentucky, and vs. Notlco of Sale. bounded and described ns follows: Ex Parte. Attorney Law Tract No. 1 IloBlrtnlnG at a stako Dy virtue of a Judgment nnd orHiver, HARTFORD, KY. f in der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, on tho south bank of Rough thence - Jill rendered at Us September . term, corner of Evcrly Hros.' land; Will practice bis profession In UiW -1917, In tho nbovo styled action, for with their lino S. 04 W. 134 poles to v .. and iidjoluliig couutlea. Cotruiirclej : the purpose of salo and distribution a sweet gum, elm and hickory; mid Criminal Pinctlce a Spoolnlty. N. 2G W. 00 poles to a I of tho proceeds and the payment of t'u-nc2s the costs of this action and tho cost sc.iko; thence N. C V4 W. C:t poles and at 15 links to two onus on the bank or ii f tliis sale. I will offer for sale LLOFAMERrCArli public outcry to tho highest and hebt i Hough Hiver; thenco up Hough at tho court house door In'er with its meanders to the begin Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, No- ning, containing GSvs acres, more or In .1 city where sTood hold vember 5, 1917, It being regular less. Hoing tho same land convey bound, the Powhilan hcidi the county court day, at about tho hour ed to W. F. Condlt by L. If. Condlt hit. Ky. It It first In the hcitti 0! Its of one o'clock p. m., on a credit of nnd wife, Hallio Condlt, on the 10th countrymen. nix months, tho following described day of August, 1911, by deed of t: Highway and property, record In the Ohio County Clork'3 Certain tracts of land lying and be- olllce, in deed book GO, page 418. Design. ing In Ohio County, Kentucky, and Tract No. 2 Doginnlng nt a stono nnd hickory stump on tho bank of bounded ns follows Tract No. 1 On the Hartford and Hough Hiver, tho said stump Is tho Paradise road and bounded on the 'stump of tho hickory tree called for south by tho Central Coal Company's In former deeds to this land, known land; on the enot by J. W. IlaUer'u as the spangicr tract; tnence duo . and land; on tho North by Main's Innd, south 3CS poles to a willow The Towli.it.in 11 tcnncil. nnd on tho west by E. A. Maddox's black oak ,on tho north bank of anil restful In excel-leGrassy Creek to Hough River; thence 14 land. Said tract containing location en JVnnsvlvanit acres more or less. Being same up Hough River to tho beginning and Avenue, IStli nn.l If bireel, land conveyed to J. W. Baker by Hob-o- rt containing 100 acres. male it a ilntrablr head'nur-le- i iii:avi:r dam, ky.. for liriJil, couple tourist M. Hicks and wlfo on December The Interest of tho Infant's Byron comentiotis, Schools anil I'ailies, 1, 1S88, deed recorded In deed book V. nnd Lou Bcllo Williams in said Ofllcc Jiuiiom Taylor's Livery Burn. 7, pago G2S, Ohio County Court land will not bo paid, but will reThe Powhatan attracts the people of culture anil education. Clerk's olllce. Conveyed to Mary tain a lien on said land until the lit proximity to Stale, War ami Mercer and Lizzie Duke Mercer by guardian of each of said infants Navy Uepirtmenls. alto to man? ot deed dated March 7, 1908, recorded shall qualify and execute bond In this points of hiMoilcat Interest, s court. In deed book 35, page 107. makes Una Intel especially at MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tractive to a discriminating pubThe purchaser will be required to Tract No. 2 A tract of land near Mis. Siiiltli Recommends Clininlicr-Iain'- s lic. tho old Emporia Mines In Ohio coun- execute bond with good and suffiOhio Circuit Court. Tablets. The Towhatan o.lcri rocrrs ty, Kentucky, being two lots; one cient security for tho purchase price Bettio Tichcnor, Plaintiff, with detached biih at $1.50. "I havo had moro or less stomach conveyed to J. A. Daughcrty by J. of said land immediately after sale, 52. CO and rp. toom vritn privs. Notice of Sale. rrwnptlj olurnrt la M Is"'!'' TnADC-Mf!r- 3 vate bath, $: SO. 33.03 and up. trouble for eight or ten years," writes W. Baker and wife and one convey- and n lien will be retained as addi- Nannie Tichenor, Defendant. Write for booUtt with nip, by John B. tional security. PAY, .mn.i Uin. t!ur:t.lj, at mi f' THAT ed to J. A. Daugherty By virtue of a Judgment and order Mrs. G. H. Smith, Brewcrton, N. Y. l,rmr will J.r p yjli lutiKc-MIIH (Jivcn under my hand this the 13th of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren- "When suffering from Stevens and wife. For a more percuFron: - v.. lswis. Ntn.1 ifodrl. otocr irLli for rntC rrinit attacks of In .. SO JrnrV referenco is made day of October, 1917. fect description m atMi'aMI.'T dered at Its September term, 1917. digestion and heaviness after eating, ITrtk". r.llfl. ror tnm t.u ! t M PASSIHQ nirCfCNCCS. C. MARTIN, OTTO to the above mentioned deeds. for the purpose of a sale and the M n Ilj.ik vis IViiflut,.!, l'tr t write in one or two of Chamberlain's TabBeing same land conveyed to Mary ICtS Master Commissioner. proceeds applied to the support, m BOD-BO- B Sovonth Qtrnot, M Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. I Mercer by J. A. Daughcrty on the maintenance and education of the lets have always relieved me. 15th day of June, 1S94, recorded in defendant, Nannie Tichenor, and the have also found them n pleasant laxOhio County Court Clerk's olllce in MASTi:il COMMISSIONER'S SALE. payment of the costs of this action ative." Thoso tablets tone up the 1 cjeed book 50, pago 477. and the cost of this sale, I will offer stomach nnd enable It to perform v 1 ) r-M Its .j l Ohio Circuit Court. Tract No. 3 Lying In Ohio counfor sale at public outcry to the high THE ty, Kentucky, on tho waters of Beav N. G. Hunley. et al., Plaintiffs, est and best bidder nt tho court functions naturally. If you are trouvs. Notice of Sale. er Dam Creek, and in the town of SEWING house door In Hartford, Kentucky bled with Indigestion give them a Emporia and being a part of the land Ex Parte. on Monday, November i, 1917, it be- trial, get well and stay well. m MACKhNE By virtue of a judgment and or- ing regular county court day, at about conveyed by I. H. Baker to J. W. Bato OF o ker and recorded in deed book X, der of said of the Ohio Circuit Court, the hour of one o'clock p. m., on a WILL YOU "Biggins says he is a e QUALITY., page 507, Ohio County Clery's olllce, rendered In the above styled action credit of tho following dehI TAKE OUR VJir man." t: and bounded as follows: Beginning at tho September term, 1917, for scribed property, at a stake on the North side of I. C. the purpose of a sale and distribuI knew it the minute I A tract of land situated in Ohio "Thero! K. R. Company's right of way, run- tion of the proceeds among tho joint county, Kentucky, nnd bounded and saw how ho bagged at NOT the knees." ning N. 31 V. 150 feet to a stake; owners of the land hereinafter de- described as follows: SOLD thence S. GO V. 150 feet to a stako; scribed, and for the purpose of payBeginning at a stone in the center U N,D E R A Trestrnenl thence N. 33 W. 175 feet to a stake; ing the costs of tho above styled ac- of tho Hartford and Point Pleasant ANY thence S. 44 E. 130 feet to a stako; tion, together with the costs of this road; thenco S. 3 W. G4 rods and 4 no for WEAK OTHER thenco S. 00 W. 150 feet to a branch; sale, I will offer for salo at public links to n stone, three links of a post o o NAME. thence with said branch S. 87 E. 253 auction to the highest nnd best bid- oak, Nettle Bennett's corner In J. B. o LUN6S or COURT DIRIXTORV. o feet to the I. C. right of way. Con- der ut the court house door in Hart-lor- Boyd's line; thence with his line S. o Kentucky, on Monday, Novem- SS E. 70 rods to a stono and white o taining 1 3 acres, more or less, CONSUMPTION WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. conveyed to Mary Mercer, by J. W. ber 5, 1917, that being regular coun- oak in his corner on the Centertown Ifj-ormrchae tlioNKW JIOMK yon will on the 1st day of June, 1905, ty court day, at about the hour of one and Beda road; thenco with said Baker bnveii UfonsMt nt the prlreynu pny.nuil nlll A quick rrlirl for thai lirrJ, rundown fccllnc. which deed Is recorded in Ohio Coun- o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six road N. J E. 5 74 rods to a stone IN CIRCl.IT COURT. v not have nu endless clinlu of njulrs. ty Clerk's ofnee in deed book 30, and twelve months, the following de- links North of a beech; thence with coughs, pains In chrsl. niclit swells, hrmor rjk luncs or consumption. It it stats. rhacrs. pare 371. scribed land, lying and being in Ohio said road S. ST E. 55 to a stone; Midge 11. W. Slack, Owensboro. Dot help you It costs you oolbinc Tract No. 4 A parcel of land ly- county, Kentucky, and bounded as thence N. J E. 10 rods and 15 Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- i Quality (peTi! "'Tl ing on the east end of tho farm of J. follows: ford. num McmoAi rn links to a stone In tho Center of the loc oo otc UIIIUIIIl.UIUHl.UUl Considered COLUMnilsn W. Baker, near Emporia Mines, in Tract No. 1 Being on Pond Run Hartford and Point Pleasant road; Clerk A. C. Porter. Hartford. Kentucky, and bounded Creek and begining at a stone on the thonco with said road N. 70 V. 11 .Master (iiiimisrioiier Ohio County, Otto C. Marit u the corner; thence E. 20S poles to rods and 12 links; thenco N. 4 7 ai as follows: Beginning at J. D. N. tin, Hartford. Daugherty's S. W. "corner in Bud P. the creel;; thence S. with the creel; V. rt,ds; thence X. SO W. 3G rrtiU; Cheapest poles when reduced to a straight thento N. ."i0 W. 14 reds; thence N Trustee- Jury Fund Cal P. Kcown. Brown's line and running N. 30 W. 70 in die cad 120 feet to J. D. Daugherty's N. V. line, to one sweet and one blncV gum; 7UVi W. 31 rods to tho beginning Hartford. ... corner: thence S. W. 145 feet to a thence west '212 poles to a stone; and containing 34 acres, more or 1st Monday in March 12 days to buy poles to the begin- less. This being a part of same land stake or stone; thence S. E. 9S feet thence N. 70 Com'tli. and Civil. to a stake or atone in Bud P. Brown's ning, containing 100 acres, more or conveyed to grantor by J. A. St. Clair If you wniitnxewltiKmnrlilni-- , write for feet to the less. Being tho same land conveyed and his wife by deed dated October 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. our latent catalogue btforo you line; thenco N. E. 137 . Au.?-b- y beginning, containing one-hain July 12 days 23, 1912, and recorded in tho Ohio 1st Monday aere'.o W. I Hunley by Harrison The New Home Sewina Machlns Co., Orange, Mass. more or loss, being the same land tin. et al deed dated August 30, County Clerk's offlco in deed book Com'tli. and Civil. conveyed to Mary Mercer by Robert lSSti, and of record in deed book 11, page 42. Coal and mineral rc- - 3d Monday In September 12 days T. Walker and wife May 2, 1S07, 7, page 240, Ohio County Clerk's of-- ! served. Civil. . deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's lice. The purchaser will bo required to olllce In deed book 50, page 4 79. Tract Xo. 2 -- On the waters of execute bond Immediately after to 4th Monday In Xovember 12 days ' Tract No. 5 A lot of ground in Pond Run Creek, beginning at a be approved by the commissioncr,aud Com'th. and Civil. MsV Ohio county, Kontucky, bounded as sweet gum and black gum, W. P. a lieu will be retained as additional roi'NTV COURT. .follows: Beginning at tho X. W. Hunley's corner to h(.s 100 acre tract security. Meets first Monday in each month. torner of ths first lot mentioned in on the old creek bed of aid creek; ! Given under my hand, this the 1 Judge John 11. Wilson. from Win. Russell to Mary Mor-ce- thence with a line of his said tract 13th day of October, 1917. deed County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. thenco with the Xorth Jine of X. SG W. 21S poles to a stone, his Otto C. MARTIX. Commissioner. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. .this lot 147 feet to its X. E. comer.' Cornei, in line of T. Morton's tract; J CtS faster 'Attorney. thence in a Xorthernly course In ox- -, thence with a line of same S. 3 W John B. AVildon, t Sherlir S. O. Kcown. Ii poles to n, stone, Luther aclly the samo direction as the cust 110 Superintendent Ozna Shults. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS line cf tho above mentioned Mary Brown's corner in tho Morion's line; M.VSTKIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Jailer W. P. Mldkiff. .Informed ol tin WorM's Prepress In Mercer lot 15 feet to a stake; thence thenco with said Brown's lino S. S7 Fh;,B,"1SccnB' r,ioc.h.?niC8lni1 Invention. For Assessor C. C. Hllies. Ohio Circuit Court. ym ti western coursn nrnllel with , B, 91 poles to a small black oak on 1oaMiri,a.n.i?in,-'?."tl,hS ,'a.'vlJp- - I' WPI S,R?:5flKij---- .. B ..1.1 xLrt' . Surveyor C. S. Moxloy. JUIIU tho first line herein 147 feet to a DUlll T1M.; Hun I'rfldV nnn l'x. emit A. S. Smith. Admr., et al., Plaintiffs, vV nnlA w.-- v ' corner vs. Notlco of Sale. In a southerly course of a beech, i,aid Brown's stake; thenco Coroner Dr. A. II. Riley. I 15 feet to tho beginning. Being same thence up said creek as It meanders; Mrs. It. C. Moore, et al., Defendants. for tLlues new iw luii.n.ilnj nJ it 1. FISCAL COURT. By virtue of a judgment and or- Mary Mercer by J. In the middle thereof to tho mouth land conveyed to Writton So Yon Can Understand It Meets Tuesday after first Monday AV. Baker deed dated April 25, 190S, of the said bed of said creek; thence ider of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, Iho Shop iNtlM D.nnrlmont GUAKANTKKI) 8F.RVICH 1 tea't'o" .".': I",'"1"' Wo'. (JO I'suralW 5rlK and recorded In the Ohio County up said old creek bed as it meanders rendered nt Its September term, 1917, in January, April and October. begin- - in the above styled action, for the 1st Magisterial District Ono hundred per rent iMork's olllce in deed book 50, page in the middle thereof to tho Ed Shown, ,,i iii.-:r- c ;:.:::."";' ning, containing 107 acres more or purpose of a sale and distribution ot 473. value. Special work for W. H ' .bi."!.:::?'? .".i"". """ Hartford, Routo 7. convey-- j the proceeds and tho payment of the Tract Xo. fl Ono lot or parcel of less. Being tho samo land O. W. Ud Magisterial District Wlnson I .tru4llonsJort),oMlcLaalc.tWrrn.lHirt.il.n 15c land in Ohio county, Kentucky, and ed to Harrison Austin and wife to costs of tho nbovo styled action and S"10" ttt I US ,Ir"Jr"R will b r sant on COPIIS. r W. F. STEVENS, Smith, Select. bounded at follows: BecinnltiK at a W. P. Hunley by deed of date Seo- - the cost ot this sale, I will offer for .fl mm rifcitatitf bflmplo copy iaui. R. F. D. 7. persimmon bush at S. K. corner of tombcr 2S. 1S9S, and ot record in salo at public outcry to tho highest Stl Mnglsteilnl District W. S. Dean, Hartford, Ky. 1 MAGAZINE offlco In and best bidder, at the court house CHICAnn Wnnrnennilnii ft UUllllUIlUII Pud K. Brown's lot; thenco with the the Ohio County Clerk's ,n'lH.t..l I Dundee jJI VOVUUUfe door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monrailroad 147 feet to a stake; thenco deed book 19, pago 158. Magisterial S. W. Marblo & Granite Co. District I SCtaiSm Tract.Xo. 3 On Pond Run Cree'ii, day, Xovember 5, 1917, It being the 1th Xorth ot east 147 feet to a stake; Leach, Beaver Dam, Routo 3. thence west of south 147 feet, Bud beginning at a stone In Benj. lul- - regular county court day, at about S. L. Ftll- F. Brown's comer; thence with his ton's line near tho old creek bed, the the hour of 1:00 t. m., upon n crcd ."th Magisterial District of six months, tho following do- line to the beginning, containing one-ha- same bolng W. M. Phlpps' corner al-l- it kerson, Rockport. i: w. 112 a- poios scribed property, so; thence a. 1 acre. II. C. TichOtli Magisterial District A tract or lot of land lying and be Tract Xo. 7 Beginning at tho rail- to a stono In J. R. Fulton s line, enor, Centertown. Rufus Ingram's Hue; thenco Phlpps' comer also; thence N. 87 ?i ing in Ohio county, Kentucky, and road and 7Ut Magisterial District B. F. Rice, with said line to the X. K. corner of W. to two black cask on creek bank, bounded as follows: j7 unto center of creek; FordsvllleA Ono lot of ground commencing oa Fame; thenco S. W. 40 feet to a extending WITH li.vkij!u parallel with the flrfct thenco up the creek with its mcan-derln- tho lino of tho Williams Coal Compa- 8lh Miiglsterl.nl District Bon. W. ia stake; thence feet thenco E. 152 to the beginning, containing ny, thenco S. 84 line 147 feet to the railroad lino; Taylor, Hartford, Routo 7. tnTi acres, moro or less. The coal feet; thenco N. 123 feet; theuee T. lino 40 feet 47 r lyAnfatWinvrvir! thenco with the railroad sea In and under and upon tho describ- 1S7 feet to tho beginning, being lot beginning. to the For reference 1 deeded to Win, Hutchinson by S. A. deed from E. G. Burton to Wilson ed land being reserved. Being tho same land conveyed to Roynolds and wife May 15, 190, page 2G5. l Russell, deed book 24, vC M'ch deod Is of record in ueeti dook Being same land conveyed to Mary W. 1'. Hunley by Eugena Hcrrol and 7il..l t,llo frco tfo&A ... .. itv'01.r,i a by deed dated Murch 23. 1912, - j, page 320, Ohio County Clerk's Mercer by Wilson Russell and wife, wife, In tho Ohio County oftlco, and willed to Anno Ilutehln- by deed dnted April 14, 1902, and and of record n by her husband, W. M. Hutehlu- recorded in tho Ohio County Court Clork'i olUce In deed book 42, page f on kone M BS Clerk's offlco in deed book 50, page 288 iuri. sauiwwciiryBjni';rrV!B(ifcfarnrp.vrJ Creek! required to 4 On Pond Ruu Tho purchaser will be Tract Xo. 47G. S? it J on said :;ocuto bond Immediately after salo, lW-The purchaser will bo required to and beginning at a stone yon to J FIn lifewant mil-- ttncca poles to a which bond is to bo approved by the fju execute bond Immediately after sale, creek; thenco E. 13 knnw 11 wliat Is new n busincst End Indnsv bo A lien will also commissioner. to bo nnproved by the commissioner stono In Brown's line; thenco S. try. In Intent ir.n sr: A AT nnd a lien will be retained on bald W. 44 5 poles to tho mlddlo of tho retained on said laud as additional an out of tho rut; ictami the l.nr. 11 RsJ on llrlcc old bed of said creek; theneo up the. security. laud us additional security. be- Given under my hand, tnu tho 13th Given under my baud, this the snmo with Its meanderlngs to tho Containing about two 'any of October. 1917. clnnltiK. 13th day of October, 1017. PROcunr:' and pr.rcNDcn.t"iik mj OTTO C. MARTIN, acres, more or less. Bolng tho same, OTTO C. MARTIN, rtrav.ii.,-J . Mnster Commissioner. land conveyed to W. 1. Hunley by,ict3 Master Commissioner. Kt:: In c. M. Crowo, Attorney. ALLcouriTnict. Benj. Fulton by deed ot date Octotrie most Intereitln j unci use mi miimtlri., sinfl 8 7.,,n""f-'iD. n. Rhoads, Attorney. Waiiwten tut.i lin.ll or tli. hverr muuia tho tljccst money' 1 her 10. 1900, and of record In tho nwityaiiAtfitntitpahut. I , Ai I r ,, ?r(f l.fj.-- . .., 300 Picture 300 Article. rw.i. .,. ., MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio County Clerk's oluco in deed MASTKlt COMMISSIONER'S SALK. A safe, old fashioned Vs ' oil for onlr 13 cents. All the now Mens .ml book 33, pago 417. . Har ewnu tomaroxtrul4 files rUr.t Ca.-sIntentions la rlcctrlcltr .nit wlrelos, In Krt, remedy for worms. Ohio Circuit Court. Ohio Circuit Court. Tract No. Ii On tho waters of automobllei and oeroi.lants, In sbopwork nj wnniMririTON. O. C. Onion River, known as tho old Hope- -' j. n. Miller, et al., l'lalntllls, Harvo Condlt, et al.. Plaintiffs, laiwws , nuu inacuiDcry, ms(Wotck: Seventy. Gve years conlinu. vs. Notlco of Salo, t t vs- .- Xotico of Sale. Ilawtomalcctblnmattionia. well church lot, deeded to tho trusous u:e is thn best testimonial montli, Includnii rrtrlreruturs. poultry houwi. tees of said church by It. O. Reld, C'lutou White, Dofendant. Ex Parte. furniture, ButoaiNille slicp repairs, etc. FnEY'SVWWIFUGEetn By vlrtuo of a judgment and By vlrluo of u Judgment and or- recorded In deetl book R., pago 81), 3D j It Is full of money.muklnr. aln uiln. i.s... offer you. of salo ron tiered nt tho Soptom- -' Il U writttn In pltin Coilish for sssa suij bars! der of salo rendered In tho above July 7, 1S5U,. antl bounded as folKerr bottU ajwajra mi fund. It S3 term, 1917, of tho Ohio Circuit styled action nt the Soptombor term, lows: will heb kctp ihc bit mm happy IS Cent, a Copj $1.50 a Year ir and hlt.y, BoRlnnlng ut u etouo nnd two ' art In tho abovo styled canto, fQ 1917. of tho Ohio Circuit Court, for flet It from a rrwjdealer or write direct to 25c. Lotus at youi crvrtut'i or : ood m 1'opular Science MauU)l)-,f- j ot paying tho Judgment, fourth Ais., N.V. the purpose of distributing tho pro- black oaks In said Hold's west lino t'10 ffurril iteif; c if your cJiWran't upfJy )u. aJ fill oamc tnJ 2, ",Wl'.stllrMMJ!.i!sn ceeds among thoso entitled theroto (10 poles South from his beglnnim; of tho plaintiffs heroin against tho KUnP I IXltCi hi iU at bssUi. Uis HIV, b lUmpinui iitU kdJ youaL4 nnd tl'.a purposo of pitying tho com corner; thonco k. s poies to a sioua uc.onnnni, aim uu interest aim cost tit pi tnptiy -. Nil of this action and of this inlu, I will nnd black oak; thonco N. 2G poles to r said ticllnu, nnd tho cost of this 1 will offer ror salo at public U rccurc'J crYour fiflonry P5rtc E. & S. FREY, ut public auction to tho n stono and hickory comer lot or 1. '01 k4 tfiiluiM.'hi!1?" Dranrtcn Tii'nl BALTIMORE. Ml). hi' I t nnd host bidder at tliu court school dUtrlct No. 20; thenco W. unction to tho highest and bust hid- tfiill nu Tl... TTnnnf.ll.a,. w.. .... . ..w -- i'.y4U lur w.. . .... 1. iri .t r.t...! If a,itn.lr V (.rowing the center of tho well 8 polos ' v ut th court house dour in Hart- ... xiuo iMiuase 11, ii- -l. naiiifiiii i.v.i.hri 'Job rrliitlDg, 'MttKwi'ttffiiubfcuuau OLLtUU ut uluu the hour of one o'clock p. '.o u A'.'m' in said Hut;; thence S. with crd, Kentucky, on Monday, Novom- n, Wv-bldd- or I snld lino; 25 poles to tho beginning, contalnfng 1 acres, more or less. Being tho samo property conveyed to W. P. Hunley by W. K. John-eoet al by deed dated December 14, 190G, and of record In deed book 33, pago 418, Ohio County Clerk's olllce. In tracts Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, the coal nnd mineral underlying same to bo reserved to tho plaintiffs and their heirs nnd nsslgns, together with tho right to remove said coal from said lands nnd to initio the same. Tract No. G will be sold In fee without uny reservations whatever. Tract No. 1 will be sold separately, tracts Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will be sold together, Tract No. G will bo sold separately, and tracts Nos. 1, 2, 3 nnd 4 will be sold togethor and tho highest bid ncccptcd. The shnrc of tho Infant, Bessie Hunley, togothcr with valuo of her homestead right In said lands shall remain n lieu on tho laud sold, until sho arrives nt tho ago of 21 years, cy until her guardian qualifies by executing bond in the Ohio Circuit Court. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond Immediately after salo, and a lien will be retained 011 said land as further security. Given under my hand, this tho 13th day of October, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Barnc3 & Smith, Attorneys. Master Commissioner. 16t3 . I bcr 5, 1917, at nbout tho hour of ono o'clock p. m on a credit of six nnd twelve months, the following t: land, A tract of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, on tho wntcrs of Indian Camp Creek nnd bounded ns follows: Beginning nt a stone In H. C. Jnnies' line; thenco S. 70 poles to Royals corner, u dend white oak; thenco with said Royal's lino 1IG' poles to his corner, a gum; thenco N. 54 poles to a white oak, Hnffer. ty's corner; thenco with said Naffer- tya lino N. fit W. 29 poles io a gum, poplar and black oak; thenco N. 10 poles to Geo. Miller's corner; thenco with said Geo. Millers lino 140 poles to tho beginning, containing 57 acres, moro or less. Deducting one acre, moro or less, previously sold to Goo. Miller and being a part of tho laud of Julia Brashear, conveyed to Jns E. Miller and Mary Miller by Chas. E. Miller, by deed dated Fob. 7, 1SS8, recorded In deed book 37, pago 4GG,Ohlo Coun- ty Court Clerk's olllce. Tho purchnscr wll bo required to executo bond .immediately after sale . which bond shall bo approved by tho commissioner, and a lien will bo retained on said laud as additional security. Given under my hand this the 13th day of October, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. l'!3 M. L. Heavrlu, Attorney. professional Otto C. Martin at . 2-- MSHKGTMl , i'j. . I adf 0.ETAYL0RXL Beaver Dam, Drainage DR. 0. E HART VRT&RINARY SURCEON wiw&kfc:.?zsxz&zH p 1 ' self-mad- NEW 00000000000000000 unwiF. .g i GERMINAL REMEDY V d, IIUIIIL. HIkIIg tJM&5. 2-- 0000000000000000000 a FOR ONE MONTH 3-- A lSu5ar:-s- lf i r; PTiu5rq !P0PUM1ECHANICS iVAGAZINB JL -- ,.V ,, ...... -- ... . ":""u.i ".. m- I lf -t gs Get on the Firing Line A Mothers use. mmmm zs'kiF$mmtei Monthly 111 m 3 Kew iitfatiuasiv r.Ei'urt). wm S 2-- erminEe Forthe(MdreirL T &k fiejfS Pbpular Science ' 111 Mn,i,r or-t,- e- Msip pur-pos- a ip, X 3 IJOSSTIOl . t ucuh, jj rra .,.-- ,. Tj SUT ,jwfc J" a Jte ifc!-a-4 1 "Wagons! Wagons! Farm Department I or-Th- o (ilvo Ciiro to Hens During Moulting. OfTico Department Issued a fraud ' m . moulting season is ono of tho dor and tholr buslnoss canio to a Btnnd-stll- l. This typo of wheat havbest Union In tho year for poultry to becomo Infected with somo disease ing a largo, branched head has been Beforo vou buy you should oxamino our hand Tho body haa bocomo run down offered at high prices to tho pcoplo through tho effort to supply now of this country many times under ono inado farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, aro mado of feathers, and oven In somo Instances, name or another, Uccords concern- and last far longor than any X the vory btwt material part of tho food eaten Is being usedjlng It go back nioro than a hundred full of life and action, filled with the fnr tlin rmmnan nt m'fr mnlrlnr? m.T- - VOarfl. .Illst linw nttnthor ovnlnlfn. niacin nu mado wagon you can buy no matter what fire of fine Inspiration and followed 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, terlnl at tho samo tlmo of the molt, tlon Is threatening undor tho name price you pay. win mane iTIils Is a double drain on the physl-- , "Titanic ' This typo of wheat with 'val condition of tho fowl, and special branched heads should be left strict- -' Wo iiIho- do all kinds of Blncksniithing and Ile- care 'should bo taken to keep the bird ly alone by tho farm'ers of the couti- try. pairing, eipecially the hard jobs thd other fellow ;ln tho very best condition. "A favorite schema employed by Instead of cutting down the do. can't ' : j amount of feed used during this per-- ( those having wheat for sale for which X in llod, a ration equivalent to tho feed they wish to obtain exorbitant prices Wo alfco make a speoially of Uoiseshoeing and Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pane, Boys' Pace: j for lienvy laying should bo used, and Is to claim that their vnrloty requires Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of earnestly bolieit your patronage in this line. It would do no harm to feed oven a but a small amount of seed per Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best i heavier and richer ration. It la well l acre. A peck of seed, 20 pounds.and minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone . Respectfully yours, nun ......... to Include In this ration cither somo u !.! ijusiiui iter acre, nro amounts in iiiciiuwic. i nereis no age Of course' sunflower seeds or linseed meal. lloth frequently mentioned. limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free of these contain a large percentage the claims of maximum yields from Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION theso small sccdings are not sub- of material used in feather-makinlet ui send you Three Current luucs by fact. Only on dry FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your Neither of these, however, would he etnntlatcd 52 Times a Year request. g ration, lands under very special conditions' used in a general not 12. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 It Is especially necessary to keep Is the seeding. of as Ilttlo as even 45 for the E2 issues of THE COMPANION ' More good reading than you will for 1015. will receive The Companion clean water before the birds at all pounds per acre of wheat advisable. get in any of the monthly Thirty-liv- e years experience in the shop. Home Calendar FREE. limes, nnd It would pay to keep n On nearly all of the wheat lands of magazines. potassium porman-genat- o tho country It is more profitable small amount of SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFirn ISy becuring a to sow from a bushel to two bushcl3 In the water. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOMB small amount of tills material In crys- of seed per acre than to sow less than ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. a-- bushel. bottle, It in tal form "MM tk i'i'H I'M IN i.'i'MLHT.yjivmLtryifiiwi zmsiiw 'III filling the and putting water, ayou will ."The rnlted States Department of bottle with We Knock the Spots Out of Things wi liae a concentrated solution so long Agriculture has shown In previous monky stop van 111:1:1: is a good placi: m as any crystals remain In tho bottom publications thnt the claims of maxof the bottle. Two or three drops imum yields obtained from sowing Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th of this concentrated solution are suf- ono or two pecks to the acre of the The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on tho wheat known as Stoner, Miracle, or ficient for each .gallon of water. ' American and I'uropcjui l'luiix. It Is Important that the hens be Marvelous arc not substantiated by Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Safe rules to follow AMKIUOAN PLAN (With Meals) free from aU parasites during the experiments. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In explained by Moving PicRunning Water. molting period, as thoy are a stilt In the case of all wheats for which Itooms without Until but with Hot nnd Cold Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big Defurther drain on tho vitality of tho such claims are made are first to sow people, $2.00 each single, $2.00 per day; Itooms partments Shorthand, Book75 Send us your Garments and Htr bird. It would bo an easy matter as much as has been found people, 2.25 each Dingle, 2.50 per day; 50 Itooms keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them with other varieties In the. to spray the nests, roosts and living people, 2. CO each 50 Front Itooms. single, 3.00 per day; Musis, Primary Normal. Exfowls, thus ridding neighborhood, and second, not to pay quai'icrj of tho ItooniH with l'rimtc llalli: pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN thorn of the mites. The birds them- high prices for the seed. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 50 Itooms ment. Position assured. "Radical claims of high yields are some InFackages callod for and delivered. selves can be treated with singlo, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Itooms Write for catalogue. mado for some varieties of wheat. sect powder, or better yet with It Is not uncommon in advertising u EUROI'KAN PLAN (Without Meals) fludrldo. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB new variety for an unscrupulous or Daviess Co. Bus. College Itooms without Uutli but wllti Hot and Cold Running Water. A. Iva Nail, Prop. uniformed promoter to claim yields Kernels of Seod-Coi- a Truth. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Rooms Incorporated If you plant corn from stalks that four or five times that of the aver-ag- o HARTFOIM), KENTUCKY, single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 50 Rooms OWENSBORO, KY, yield of the country. Claims as have suckers, that is what you will 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each raise. Like begets llko. Select your high as 15 or more times the aver-ag- o Rooms with i'rltiitc Hntli: , yield have been made In special corn seed from the stalks as it stands, single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 60 Rooms cases. Such claims are absurd and so you will know its parentage. single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each USELIV-VER-LA- X 50 Rooms Short, thick, storm-proo- f stalks no one need bo "misled by them. A. variety in the section to with ears that grow low are the well-bre- d Petro-Men- ta THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Relives Piles right kind for the Central and South- - which it Is adapted may yield a few European Plan Only. No matter how stubborn the em States. Get your seed from such bushels more than the varieties be- - case may be Petro-Ment- a will Rooms Without Until, SI. 00 nnd up; Rooms With Private Rath, $1.50 Ing commonly grown. Very seldom, y stalks becauso slender, bring relief. A trial will convlnco nnd up Rest Kutlng Place In Town. indeed, can a doubling of tho yield stands are likely to mean losses. you. For sale by Ohio County bo expected. oE Tho Louisville Hotel nnd tho Old Inn are located In tho wholesale Tako seed corn from the Drug Co. Price 25c. walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a stalks. Such seed is more 1 likely to meot competition success- Simple Rule For Tickling Cabbage. IiOUISVILLU IIOTKL AND OLU IXN COMPANY, Trops. Cabbage may be put down In large fully than seed which conies from a .( stalk which stood alone and did not quantities and kept for months, If Feel right all tho time. Don't lay ofi the following directions are observsuffer from the crowding of its from work for days by taking; calomel ed: when pleasant Lio- - Vtr'Lax keeps yof To one quart of chopped cabbage on your feet, while rolievingyourtroub" Used le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don Years One to ten paits water glass will use one level tablcspoonful of sugar, tako anything- - else. You can't afforo ono of. bait, and one of white muskeep eggs until January. sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA natI tard seed. tem and relieves constipation. I H m Put the cabbage In layers, sprln- ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Seed cars from the in its effect and certain in results. It S3 Itlo with the salt, sugar and mustard will won't bo long before Llo- - Ver-La- x m stalks in the Held produce more than seed. Add a little pepper If desired. completely displace calomel m everj seed ears apparently as good, hut 19 home.i Children can take it freely ant gathered without considering the pro- Ii When tho desired amount is packed, m with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarcover with cold vinegar, sprinkle on m anteed. 50c and 1 in bottles. Nont m ductiveness of the parent stalk. The n few cloves, lay clean horseradish genuine without the likenes3 and sisna placo to select seed corn is in the Will help parents develop their sons wito leaves over tho top, weight down ture oi L. K. Grigsby. For salo by Held, not in the crib; the time to sem with a pluto and set away. tho best type of citizeiPs and Christisvn , ifartford Kr lect It Is us soon as It Is matured, The Woman's Tonic fa f, H, WILLIAMS, aw not at husking time. gentlemen. lis patronage is widely scatThe shorter tho grass tho more m m E3 feed tho brood mares and colts, Sold Everywhere tered, and eomes from the best homes in 'Sweet Cloer Rct As Giceu faiiuie. should have. ffi ift Whllo sweet clover can bo grown M the South. Its capacity is limited, thereo 'as a substltuto for red clover and 3 fore, reservations should bo made early. S3 m generally furnished more feed per X FOR FLETCHER'S acre, i;ie mosi vaiuauio uso or the. Place your son in this select gioup of .logumo Is for green manuring. Be- -' I Si boys. Write m m cause of its rank growtlfit Is In high SAcCALI. PATTERN!! m favor as a green manuro. The roots j jnio largo and aerate the toll in aj In Notice in llauUruptcy. El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE tho District Court of the United reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In neirlr ' greater degreo than elthor nlfalfu every city and town In the Utiitcd States an? And Fitting of Glasses States, "for tho Western District of Canada, or by mail direct. Store sold thas. i or clover. Those wltp hnvo grown any other malic. Masonic Send for tree catatocut. Kentucky. OWENSBORO, KY. For cataloguo iu.d information Box A. j" 'WcCALUS MAGAZINE ji j rum after botli sweet clovor and In 'tho, Matter of Pleasant L. Al- - Templo Store subscribers tlian any other fashion alfalfa claim that tlioWraor contrl-but0- 3 .. ...wttttl. ..iw.uaujc. x4V bankrupt, In Uankruptcy. A Patterns, drestmaLIne, millinery, nioro to tho fertility than does To the creditors of I'leasaut L. made from the apple3 not fit to can. ( blaln sewlnir. fancv needlewerlr. U:ilrArritnU tho alfalfa. It h claimed that sweet Alford, C etiquctle. good storic, etc. cents of Whlto Run, in tho coun- Tho concent makes a specialty of gal- - f year (worth double). IncludingOnly 60 pattern. rwrMgggjonriBau m mmmtmeim jamwun wurstmxxnsMax m ianr injusnnm. a free cl iver seeded with oats makes a satty of Ohio, mid district aforesaid, fun cans of apples for uso In hotels f bubscribc tuday, or send fur saniDle coot. isfactory growth after the oats lira WONDEKrUL INDUCEMENTS and restaurants. lankrupt. I to Agents. Postal brings premium catilo-rharvested and will produce tho foland new cash prise offers. A,ddrcss Notice Is horeby given that on the lowing year green manure equivalent txa ucCia co. as ta?:s w. j;th su new low, lst day of Octoher. A. D. X917, tho No Vou Need u Spring Laxative. to ZO tons of barnyard mnnuro. It ,eald Alford was duly adjudicated Dr. King's New Life Pills will is especially vnluablo for restoring uAjtuju:KMUJij bankrupt, and that tho first meeting j S& Reading1 Like tho accumulated wastes of winthe fertility on hillsides. rU.A . Ti. of ci editors will bo held at tho law ter from your Intestines, tho burden r. l . a 2fcX"y, and olllco of Heavrln & Martin In Hnrt- - of tho blood. Get J.V.,-- . 1 "tiim t sluggish that Caution Urged in lilijing Seinl Wlie.it. j ford, Kontucky, on IU. .tv: i. tho 23rd day of spring fever feellug out of your sysAll For A warning to American farnien lOctobor, A. ?' D. 1917, at 11:30 a. in., tem, brighten your eye, clear your not to bo misled, In tholr zeal for at which time tho said creditors may complexion. Get that vim and snap plant-Itiwheat production, Into attend, prove tholr claims, appoint ahnormally S:ecit VfesTi ovciyuiu-- f else falK !( d jf Companion seed Tor a trustee, examine tho bankrupt and of good purified healthy blood. Dr. Kliig'B New LI fa Pills are a In r;;ro2 4 tind . bsuesof which extravagant claims nro made, transact such lla V other hublness as may v.:ci.;:;i ;hjy utj tho supreme 62 ISSUES laxative that aids nature's pronTHiTTi;r rmtPANinNv has jiint been Issued by tho United properly n f" y. 'V.:iu hivo n Tins favorite family wrckly of Amorlca, conio before said meeting. cess, try' thorn At all drugSlates Department of Agriculture !: Great ienali or Giuups in 1917, Uiitt v. Potltlou filed September 27th, gists, 25c. 1 2J0 Short Stcrict, a thouund Articles "Whoat Is attracting, nt tho pres- J917. and SiiEgesttois. a thousand I'liiinj'-ism'.CfSVROUBLE V . Special I'aues lo: all dues. s ibt p-ent timo, greater attention than Veins ever sold Where They Were. J. A. DEAN, U ! i v v n wjrjAi;is"ci counter. nrouiniriimw wranuj -- tum in cer hpforo, owing to Its A lawyer who for many years had Rofcreo In Bankruptcy. bcarclty nnd high price and 2k " 1 ,a9UC cf JM i.htVOM27 Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 12th, 1917. shocked a largo number of his friends the nccosslty.of sowing n largo acrc-:u- "" &lL M'CALL'S MAGAZINE Jflbfc by his rather liberal views on reliAKO A UR!S fAlTtfiK U mStS this fall," says tho dopartomont ISKKWl.Xtt COJII'AXY IX gion, recently died. rr Tbs ?snicn-.tTHOu.ot!owta ytateinent. "Ab, might bo oxpectol, CAXXIXG I1UHIXKSS A friend of tho decedent, who cut bjr rrjiiiuns ut A'lcncan wunieii. V"X will u- -f the 12 monthly issue of thori'foro, various persons aro offer bhort a trip to hurry back to town cCjJI'i. aukias tx awroy a ing tc tho public vnriotics that they J Kvaiisvlllo, Intl. Tho Evansvllle for the purposo of uttendlug the last bui.s Ziszisa mipnni vcry uiunin W lai. descriho as far superior to the kinds ltrowlug Association, operating ono rites of his colleague, entered tho lata, luuei and 1 6c. now being grown. Theso vnrlo'tles of tho largest browoti03 hero, has luwyer's homo somo minutes after tho MclKU Urcat $2-1- 0 aro usually given somo catchy natno gono into tho canning huslucbs. A beginning of tho service f lttirn for -j iti r m i it wj ittpv i.tSii FOR PERSnNAI. HYr.lPNP - i ' "t tm7rr7nvmvv?.rrm f and cxtiuYUBunt claims nro liuulo for ye.-j- r nso the company completed n "What part of tho sorvlco Is this?" I Dissolved in water for douche stop Coa $3 SOtCirrfit or T.V. Mon,j otatx H them. $50,000 bottling plant that was mod- ho inquired In a whisper of another I pelvic cctarrh. ulccretlcn ni:J Inflam. Xht puUiuurt 9l the ptptr U bia tl (l Xbu U3ir j)pMii ination. Recommended by LydU E. "An example of this kind is tho ern nnd in ovory partic- legal menu standing in me crowded TUS YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 weeks, and ths 1917 Homo Calendar. i.uuiom nieu. v.0. tor. ten yrarj. Alaska, or Soven-heado- J wheat tint ular. Tho company has purchased hallway. a Lonipanlon suDacitOcis only. J (Thi Citcr U to una Youth A heaiin-- j av order for nasal catarrh, wac exploited a few years ago. Tho RO.OOO bushels of apples, and these MAGAZINE every month for ona year: also choice of any 15 cent "I've Jtint conio uiysolf," said the ore throat and core eyes. Economical 2McCALL'S Pattern t'KEE for i rents extra to cover mailinc backers of this wheat did not got are being peeled and cored by a now- - other "but I bollcvo they have opeu- . a"n-- ' iw?r f.i..a w..-. p k. ta urustwi, or mrukj by THE YOUTH S COMPANION. St. Paul St.. BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS very tar with It, however, as tho Tost er machluo and sparkling cider Is ed for tho dofouso." Everybody's Jgal. JmIiiiIm rUL-- i CctuDUii. Ixm'jj.Slau. . "' " - Wagons! WwWivFjKk pBlwiS sXE&f' J Seriate J i 'ffieYOUTffS COMPANION Better Than Ever 1915 t I i : A. B. Row & Son i Centertown, Ky. to I g. J egg-layin- i littli: fjT.vz-nrrryrnm:Tr'Mi- i a ion it Les-Bons Ladies' and Men's Garments pro-fltab- lo m I top-heav- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. 1 iaii&iM&aiiBEaiBaGiiBiiiiiiHiiHii Vanderbilt Training School for Boys 40 i ELKTON, KY. CAR D IS 1 u g si -- a I Ohilclre.n Qry C, A 3 T Q R A rSi! J DR. I IViTHENEY & BTTS J. H.THORPE vbS 1 tTv J I r A riiasESaassKsaQ3nsKssaEsaanEssl Combination tty'i m- Mil r I Mm! It 1'il'$ r: Vi'MM i- -r -- v; The Youth's B high-price- non-grip-l- KeBestTwoi por-hap- f n .rev,MveRAWB arn ts.-Jf.ee com-pntuih- lfieuicuic mSK !- 1. fEveryWomau Wnnis H 64 t- -- - -.... :;rv.r,',cs w" -- " night, and they feared ho would not i ' , . ... i .:. iu kuuji wen nnu strong under such a strain. ft Whon ut length they were nble to to locato tho young mnn In ono of tho many cantonments, they were sur prised nnd delighted to find him look j'"B better nnd strnlghtcr than ho ev- -l er had been boforo in his life at' ' nbserlbpTK iioKirluR the ffiit school nnd on tho fnrm. Whilo they i"1t In tn n new gnu addrpsn must Rive the old mldn-umlltiK the were peeping into tho mess hnll.thcy finost The Democratic candidates aro caught n gllmpso of tho kitchen Juatf llualneM I.ocnlK nml Notlif 10c per Hoe Mini Cc making tholr campaign on tho cr line tor each iiclillllonnl IniiTtlon. helilnd It, nnd In a moment the good Obltunrloe, lMnliitlonn nml Curd uf TU inLniSc record of their county, Stato and housokeeper said; "John, I'm very line, money In ndTiuice. national administrations." anxious to go nfV sco how they hnn-di- e Church Notices for frt, bat other Hartford Herald. things nhout tho kitchen." HWWWlMwW' fNSStnS idrertlxemente, 5c ier line. Tho Herald Is graciously thanked As soon us thoy had gotten back tnoBymons corainutil.'ntlou will rewire no ttentton for thus frankly telling the Hepub-jo- f tho kitchen, the woman cxclalm-lica- n I'holo by Schroder If ho votes this year for a Dem- - od: "Every one of theso slop cans EMMA LUCILE ocratlc candidate ho must do it with has n perfectly tight rutin' top." (laughter of Mr. and Cm ra'taerlp.M.3. ... LS3 his eyes open, and with tho knowl-JThe- n she sniffed a moment, only to Mrs. J. Clove Stevens, of Heaver aLrzxioxa' 3vi.teil CO edgo that the said Democratic candl- - continue In amnzoment: "Do you Dam, Itoutc '2. dato endorses tho aforesaid Wllsou-- , notice, John, that thoro ain't a FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 cle of odor about this place, an now administrations. ROILED DOWN. jl come to think about It, I haven't ii inuro is iiui an account, in uoxSeen a particle of trash, or dirt any- - Thero are now nbout A, 200,000 auft CSvl car typo, In this issuo of Tho Repub- - where on theso hie croiin.la. tomobiles In tho United States. Hcnn, of tho world series or penant. "Xo, i hadn't noticed that at all," . winning, or whatever they call It, ball the man answored, "but I'm mlghtv Mrs. Jano Elizabeth James, moth- Hi gamo, It is bocauso the sporting ed- - cortaln it's so if you say. r, it Is, er of Senator Olllo James, died at Tinsloy, Is in Louisvillo this! cause you've cot tho cnn.l i,,,n. her home at Marlon, last week. week. Wo know about as much about j keeper's nose an eyes all right " . a ball game as a Democratic polltl- "Well, it is so. all richt. Lot' n Cotton was quoted at 27 cents a . .. . t ... i tail niiiivtH :iiiiiiii i uiiiiiiii' i in I'm-r.Bn "" scu i"ow u,ej ,nilni,co things pound in New York yesterday. C. crnment, but either 7, Chicago or New ' tho regulars live an' havo to York won tho prlzo wliatorer It was cook in tents this hot weather." W . C epi TT1 Tho great fleet of American aero w Ca" ,e" I a f cook p,an now being built Mr war ser-- ! S AftCr. nTr, . jiuihs, mo goou nousoKeeper and vice in Europe will, after the war Is ' Jo; T 1 A .. 5 1 . .1. fl i tlintlmr clinnb lint ImnJ nnt.i. " w' " 1I8ea ,or l" Unit-- 1 We understand that In some fcc-I.- " .... .,... ,:..V un.. ... ,uu, ., .. Z . IJ 1 1 M . ... REPUBLICAN TICKET. iuu ii muruaieii , Ready-to-We- ar iates malls. I If I I I ir.,A . fintis nf tlio rniintv nnmnnpntln wnpV . .,, w...uu.k.u ..u. iri,v RipL- - IinVQ In t in lirtcrtltrtl ers aro telling Republicans that It For Representative beats n)y Umo. , tought t was a suro Submarine destruction of ulilnnini SS no use for them to vote for their enough L. L. EMBRY. good housekeeper, but candidate for magistrate, as a recent certain our slop cans at homo I'm j has fallen off so much recently that For County Judge never marine insurance rates havo been court decision has changed the dis- have ? MACK COOK. been as sweet clean trict and that their candidate could are. In fact, there an' a ns theso materially lowered. For County Attorney ain't bit of odor at not serve If elected. Now, this Is A. D. KIRK. from the outhouses thafre just tents, j The number of American soldiers just an yarn. The an' thero ain't hardly a fly anywhere For County Clerk already In France would, If stated election for magistrate this fall will W. C. BLANKENSHIP. v It's wonderful, that's what it Is." 'astonish the country. 4 bo legally hold in tho magisterial . For Sheriff "lien mo farmer districts Just as they havo been for were ablo to get hold and his wife S. A. BRATCHER. of tho boy for Around the vicinity of tho Hnttlos-bura number of years past. For Jailer a moment or two his mother began Miss., cantonment whisky is WORTH TICHENOR. to question him concerning tho num- $7 a quart and beer J1.25 a bot O, noighbor Coombs! Whatever For Assessor tle. made you say it? You haven't seen ber of men In tho hospital. D. E. WARD. "Great Scot, mother, wo haven't a Hughes picturo since the election? For Superintendent of Schools '" , V ;, I Why bless your soul, boy, come right f There now more ,'"" l "aruE. S. HOWARD. .,.., lt Cathollcs are tho United than 200,000 ............... .... , over to this office and look on the in States army. For County Surveyor wall; and it has been right there all there are about 10,000 of us on the! C. S. MOXLEY. WHITLEY IIAIt HONORS PRICKS OX WHEAT the time too. Of course, it shows grounds." J"R' bcforo ,ts roccnt Journ For Coroner "My boy. that don't explain things' Of It ClIU'l'lT JUDGE Ills whiskers, whatever odium ARE NOT PERMANENT or m "b-a iaw raising ' DR. A. B. RILEY. crime may attach to that, but Lin- al all. I've seen folks take sick . For Justice of tho Peace-Har-tford right smack in tho ,i1Hr.Bfha.(l,a8 Pensions or all widows of the Somo eastern observers hold that coln wore them too, you know. No, As a token of their respect for Civil and Spanish-America- n War to District we have not taken down the Hughes when they were entirely too busy to $25 a, month. Judge It. W. Slack, of Owensboro, the price of wheat.flxed at $2.20 a ED. SHOWN. x Besides, that wouldn't ex- Fllcilirps tn nvrilfl nn nmliarrncolnt get sick. bushel by the government, may be lleaver Dam District as special Judge nt who presided "kept!pIaln ,t,h1atI you look bettcr thnn you changed before tho 1917 harvest Is joke. About the onco popular SAM L. STEVENS. Germany has raised the ago for Williamsburg. Ky., in tho contest hold, depending upon tho export deus out of war" pictures, they seem for ;"'er diia in your whol life heforc-r-om- military Ccntertown District service, to tho age of 47. proceedings of W. R. Iiy against II. mand. ' ,Ut at homo you workcd ,n the open reason to havo been retired Thin conclusion Is reached GEO. W. ROWE. S. Rose, tho members of tho Whit bv a letter urlllon hi- - i.'n.i.i A.in,i from circulation. I" '"" "au l"vu ol Kou IUO"' an Rockport District A convention of cotton growers of ley county bar held a meeting and i Know you nau tno best room iu the llltrator (10Ver ,lilt0(, Selltemlu.r AAt Q. B. BROWN. New Orleans has resoluted that cot- adopted the foluwlng resolutions Congressman If there is a Republican in Ohio house to sleep In always." Young, of Minnesota. Ftoslno District t.A ....I. ? county who is incliued to nibble at! "Yes, mother, that's all 10, but ton shall ell for 30 cents a pound, iiltli:, ttin vnmifie tlm llw.u t,,,s Mr- W. C. DAUGHERTY. ... and that Uncle Sam shall not fix tho ..0....U .: ...U V " IIOIJ.JI If .l1l,lCt. the "no politics In this race voto for !tncre's a "'k differenco, At home I mere u another phase of thU Sulphur Springs District The resolutions arc as follows: '" tne l)est room ,)Ut u wasn't price of It. the man" bait with which the Domc-j810'- '1 whole matter that I do not bollov It. W. S. DEAN. Williamsburg, Ky., Oct. 12, 1917. understood. You I)en aU Aa an' a" cratic candidates aro fishing forlwlll That is tho maintenFordsvllle District "The Whitley county bar this day ance of tho "fair" price Is t0 sUut u UP t0 kceP u co1. Tho President has issued an ori used suckers this season, wo suggest that not n B. P. RICE. Judge II. H. guarantee Four,0"' if tho wInd Sot to blowin' hard der for tho mobilization of all the assembled and elected they Stop! Look! Listen! ovor tho whole of thv Bartlett District years ago Republican votes elected a ' vou'(l 8hut tho windows. I know gold of tho country Into the Federal T)o ns chairman, and tho undersign1917 harvest year. It Is solely deB. C. RHOADS. t ed committee having been appointed pendent upon Democratic County Judge and there that when l ot "1' in tho mornin' Reserve Banks. export demnnd. Thcrr to draft resolutions In r eg poet to the .Will 111. II tlnmnTiil u. In,,,. was enough politics in It to rob the at homo I nover did feel as fresh as ""- -- ..i. If the leaders of the forlorn hopo Republican party of tho Fiscal Court. I do here. An' then as soon as we Announcement Is made from Wash- special Judge who presided over the1,marine Is not overcome or nnt 1 insist upon voting for tho man the And if the Democratic candidates get out In the mornin' wo go through ington that the colored men of tho Whitley circuit court during tho con-- , Peace, whichever shou d como Republicans havo tho man. wero elected this year they would a quick, snappy setting' up drill that now national army will be called to test trials of Lay V. Rose, and Bird earlier. There will be , u Argentina, Mirier takes tho kinks out of your tho cantonments some time in the vs. Lay and Ro.c, made the follow-- , A,utnill(l am, Inji a Might may for a season determine rob tho party of the conty physician, I muscles an' limbers you up all ov- - present month. f deputy sheriffs, the almshouse 30' the fate of nations, but Justice must tho "? R. W. S.ack.of Owens- - J kespor, tho county road engineer and j er' at last regulate tho rule of tliS by tho gov- An', besides all that, there's an Tho present prlco of $2.20 per boro, who was appointed everything elso in sight. No, boys, this supply only world. ernor of Kentucky to hold a spec.il."Ut available to tho all en so . ong ns the consult safety first and vote It other thing or two about this work bushel for tho 1917 crop of wheat Is torm or tho Whitley circuit court and suhmarlnu Is not put . horo. I'm with a bunch of follows not necessarily permanent, ays Food under, ow nc The Eiizaueiiitoy;,t NOws may ravo straight. presldo during my own age all tho tlmo. We're 'on Commissioner Hoover. the necessity of confining Hlilwnlnir nnd tear its hair but tho troublesome contestant, vs. R. S. Roro. contestee. V. . The law says that in establishing !Ptoo coin' things, an' then I almost rn 1 ghost will not down. Who sows tho nA u. f TH.l Mr,non., ..'.... . o. II ,1, .v, Q v. ....1, forgot the cold shower baths wo magisterial districts it shall ho dono "January wheat Is selling In the Our national wealth is now esti- n.i.i nnd W. II, wu.uo..i., wind must reap the whirlwind. Lay, contestees, has In such a manner as will make the take; they make a fellow feel liko mated nt $250,000,000,000, or mora Roso countries mentioned for from 95. Just completed said trials; aud flghtln' cock. . cents to $l.ic a bushel. Therefore, than tho combined wealth of Eng The military necessity that now districts as nearly equal in popula-"Whereas, his rulings wero special "Soems klndor queer to mo that land, France nnd Germany at forces tho government to fix prices tion as possible, and hero is how the be- ly marked by fairness and patlont tho 'fair' price can only bo assured country folks havo been llvin' ginning of tho war. so long as wo can bo assured a forn commercial products will be a Judge Wilson's Commltteo did the "3 consideration of all questions con- -' eign tho country for such a long time Hartford dls-,- l market at this price and no troublesome precedent after the war Job in Ohio county: Mdcred, and his dispatch of business haven't learned that fresh air was trlct, Republican, population 5,107; Is over. War dispatches this week note on- lia; given entire satisfaction to all longer, and our contracts for export Rockport district. Republican, pppu- - meant to breathoan' that lots of cold ly cannot be maintained beyond the the German successes on tho Rus- parties concorncd; latlon 4,485; Rosino district, Itopub- - water an' a little sottln' up work sian front, and local amount of food tho administration It seems almost a sacrilege to activities on the "Now, thereforo, bo it resolved that may havo In keep you O. The country hand when the foreign hear a score of nations engaged In a llcan, population 4,450; Centertown would everything K.needs to wo rocognlzo In Judgo Slack a cap-- 1 It make Western lino. population J.- - "as sot market changes." war to extermlnato each other, all district, Democratic, high-clas- s jur-- J nble, upright, honest, I lllO farmers of the eminfrv hv npt invoking tho blessing of the Almighty 033; Fordbvllle district, Democrat .V, jt.m healthiest an finost lookln lot DEATH UM1KR OAK 1st, entirely worthy of tho high posi- of population 3,741; Buford district, of folks on top of tho globo, but thoy Congrcss,aro guaranteed a miniGod upon their armies. OF OWKNHnOKO WOMAN tion which lie holds In tho state; and mum Democratic population 3,357: dul- - 'lon't uso 'era. I'm hopin' that tho prlco of "Further, that wo thank Governor next crop of $2 a bushel for tblr a lot of us fcllows'ro Among tho numerous economies' phur Springs district, Democratic, tralnln' wheat. Tholr opinion While attempting to dodge an ap- Stanley for having appointed this uhlo of 3,978. It looks bad. tin will make us understand what that prlco may bo Inferred from Iho present Superintendent introducto do when we get back to make proaching automobile In Owcnsboro and capable judgo to como among us the fact that thoy aro bending overy ed was to double tho charge the poor don't if boys? and they aro telling country a better place to llvo In Saturday night Mrs. Ruth Wisdom nnd preside during tho trial of these energy to country child had to pay for Its di- you thoro Is no politic in It, nd ask tho was run ovor at Fifth and Frcdica cases, and we now suggest to the gov- possible. seed tho largest acreage than It over has been." ploma as a common school graduate. you to voto for tho man. ca streets and instantly killed. ernor, that nt any tlmo Whltloy counAfter tho boy had gone back to Iu May, when tho crop season wa Kirk was In charge of tho ty is In need of a special Judgu tho Hearing hi drilling and grilling, the old folks Marrlago Moons. its end, wheat H seems apparent now that Gerroaehed strcot car, huj, ho is not blamed with bar will greatly appreciate, and $3.45. T. J. Miller, Hartford. R 1, SI, stood and watched tho niou pass by many is sonsibly weakening In men, Wisdom was heartily recommend, the appointment to Uottla Hoyal, for a hike. Then au the marching tho accident. Miss fifth marrlago, But notwithstanding all that ha and money and ammunition, aud tho men faded into tho dust of tho dls- - about fifty years (o!d and was par- of Judgo Slack. boon said to tho farmors.thoy know feeling Is growing OTerywhero that Fordsvllle, 53. "Rcsdlvod, further, that a copy of Earl McClellan, Lowlsburg, Ky., tant road, tho mother said: "An' tially deaf. Sho was engaged In sothat wheat at abovo $1.50 Is tb tho end of tho great war Is now well you've thought an I've thought wo liciting for magazines by which sho thoeo resolutions bo sent to the Ow- chanco 27, to Maude ShulU, 21, Narrows . if.WX begun. of a lifetime. Thoy also way Collla Shultu, Narrows, 21, to Tloy know all about bohi' healthy un' koop supported an aged mother, when she cnsboro Inquirer; Owensboro Mess- como to rcallzo that the prico for the enger Hawesvlllo Clarion; Hartford prosout met her untimely death. (ln' things neat, an' hero's our boy crop Is not absolutely fixed. Republican candidates report that Wcsterfleld, Narrows, 18. mm Republican; Hartford Herald, prcachln' us sermons. Nover mind and It is merely n grcut numbor of formerly strong tho prico which the govCall For Hooka. Jiind For Bale. the Calhoun Star, with tho request ernment answerlu' mo, father, bo's told tho now pays, and may bo reDemocrats say they aro going to voto Any persons having books or mag gospol truth all tho way through, an 30 5 acres In bottom, 1 mile from that each of them publish samo. Al- duced at auy tlmo. the straight Republican ticket this azincs thoy aro willing to contribute although we ain't anywhero as young Hartford on Hartford and Goshen so, that a copy of said resolution bo year and thoy all give tho same reas- to the soldier boys In camp, will n wo used to bo, wo might as well road. As I havo left tho county will presented to Judgo R. W, Slack, of For Ranges, Cook on for doing so. Stoves, Hot ploaso send or briug them to Judge make up our minds to turn over sell for what I paid for It, $22.50 per Owcnsboro. BluBt Heaters and Grates, go to the Respectfully submitted, and passed. storo that has John B. Wilson's offlco by 10 o'clock aow leaf. Let's do It as a wartime acre. At tho price or corn, one crop a full and complot morning. Friend Coombs, of The Herald, Is A. T. SILER, so's wo can feel real pa- - ought to pay for this land. moa3uro, lino at reasonublo prices. powo.ful particular about words. Wo, MRS. S. O, KEOWN, J. B. SNYDER, trlotlc about It. Let's go home." J. D. BAUGH, 1012 ACTON BROS. I hghI hlB economy Superintendent hid Sec'y. Ohio County War Library H. C. GILLIS, 11G East Main St., that embarrassing Item of clerk hirol Council. .Subscribe for The Hopublkan, if 1.00 Committee. Louisville, Ky. Subscribe for The Republican, $1.00 Wo have no apology tho I'rcsldont. to inaku for tho man who maligncs nrcoMtm? to law nt the Pnitottlrp Hartford, Ky., a mall mntlr of th recond a public oulcial, or a prlvnto citizen cUm, for n matter of that, but the freedom of speech, though sometimes abused, Addross nil communications to has been so long the boast of tho Tho Hartford Republican. American citizen that Its supprci slon in tho Inhd of tho Stars and Strings Is snmnlliliiL' nnur umlnr tim NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS under a bushel of "Incidentals", mid THK CAMP TAL'OHX Captured Blue Ribbon In Uro. Coombs says it wns under the THEM LESSONS bushel of "ofllco expenses," but as Ohio County Pair Baby Show Published Weekly by the Irishman said what in the dlvll The farmer and his wlfo hod como HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Is tho difference when you want to Incorporated hido n corps whether it Is covorcd to see their son, who wns ono of tho W. S. TINSLEY, with n sheet or a blanket so tho corps 5,000 young men nt work In the OfC. E. SMITH, ficers' Itescrvo camp nt Kort Benja- President Is hid. min Harrison. They had made the trip because they had learned Hint JOHN HENRY THOMAS Editor We head that Joffcrson county a has been hailed into court upon tho boy wns being kept busy from W. 8. TINSLEY, Associate Editor n charge of speaking derogatory of 5:15 each morning until 9:30 at'. jukI Business MnnnKcr. Scc.-Trea- Hartford Republican. mmmm' I -- 5 G8 s. :nrl i...i.i uu'iiuiu Goat Suits Cloaks A great variety of the season's best I I I f I o ... he-ito- I U-her- ... I ZStrnZrlriey lns1. - "" I ,.t ni I .... a the large cities. Our percentage of expense is much smaller than the large towns, g and our prices are much lower, grade for grade. o Every condition suggests that this J I PTAflP ror l 5iui e is i oil o i models in all the leading mate- 2 rials and colors. We have a big outlet for Cloaks and g Suits and our assortment is the largest you can see outside of o uil WB I T I ... t Visit this department at your earliest convenience you wont be disappointed. vi g. I E. F. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER. DAM. KY. "T ,... ... Jfts...itl6 i j e :rni:::::::.r"ia n8t. -- ... " n.t. i I ... "SI, .,..,'.,. ...,,,.,,, f"1"? f 'r ""f " ' .. J ' i '' ... I an 2-- y i y JCL. IV Jfce-4 .uv 'mor with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Mr. 'FALL SPECIALTIES has arrived when your winter needs must he supplied. We are ill a nosilion to Riinniv von wHli rntnfnrf. from head to foot. seaBOii Schlcmmcr. Mr. Glenn Barnes wns In Owens-horo Barnett entered the mule at the roeontly hold Ohio County Fair and rccolvcd a $10 premium. mUNSING The tho first of tho week. ! Prof. II. C. Crowder, of Ilcnfrow, wns n pleasant visitor at this olllco Saturday. i Mr. Thomas Wlulo and wife, of Monmouth, III , aro at tho bedsldo of MrR. White's hrother, Mr. Walter Earp, of Itofelne, who Is at tho point of death from cancer of the faco. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Ilenfrow, of i Mrs. G. A Friar and children, of Narrows, were In Louisville tho first Fairfield, III , returned to their homo J yesterday, after spending a few days of tho week. here with the family of Dr. nnd Mrs. Miss Martha Iluoadn left Monday J. K. Plrtlc. for HusscUvlllo, Ky., to enter Logan One of our most valued young lady Fomnlo College. correspondents has notified us in a Lorenzo Acton was rolcased from very polite note that sho can not I V W ' tho army serrlce, at Camp Taylor wrlto for us longer. To a man up to- 'a tree It looks llko thero was going yesterday and will arrive home to he somo wedding hells ringing In day. her community soon. II. J. Hardin sold his fnrm of CO Fordsvlllo Planing MUJ Company acres, near Ncshlt, to P. A. Moxlcy. Consideration $5,300. Ncshlt (Mo.) can furnish you good Farm Wagons. Soo their advertisement of COLUMPress. Kvcry week adds to our big stouk the late styles. Wagons and OWENSBORO BUS Mrs. J. N. Martin, of Cromwell, Wagons, in this issue. Write to So you uan visit our Millinery Parlors with the assury for prices and descripwill spend the winter with her son, thorn ance of finding the stylo you want at the lowest price Mrs. tive circulars. former Sheriff H. I). Martin. Martin Is 8G years old. possible. Possibly your old hat needB touching up a We were in error last week In little if so, bring it along. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Dennett, of stating that Mrs. W. C. Ambrose had Owenshoro, who aro visiting rela- been granted a pensioh under State tives In tho county, called at The Re- law. Mrs. Ambrose's deceased husband was a veteran of tho Civil War, publican office yesterday. .An unusual large line in Coats and Coat Suits in and sho has been granted a pension all the new fabrics and shades. This week add new by tho Federal Government. Judge W. II. Barnes went to Monday to attend to some SPKCIAL P11IC10. We court comparinumbers at a In a letter, dated somewhere in Circuit business In tho Christian son. Look elsewhere, then come to us. We will show Franco, just received by his mothCourt, nnd returned Wednesday. you the goods at a lower price. er here, Chester Keown, of the 18th Messrs. Harry Itobb and Joo Engineering Corps, Expeditionary James, of Reirdcr, went to Chicago Forces to France, says he is getting Tuesday to purchase a motor, Ac, fat on aVmy rations, and asks his No lady is now considered well dressed unless her for tho now coal company at Render. mother not to worry, as he Is in no We are showing a very popufootwear is danger at present. You will want to gather corn soon lar lino it: Kid Vamp and White Ivid Tops. Battle Ship Grays, all Black Kid, White Kid, Black Kid and if you haven't a good wagon you Mr. Collis Shults nnd Miss Floy will want one and that good wagon Westcrflcld, of Narrows, were marVamps with tan top. The above fire special numbers. that you want is tho Owensboro at ried at tho residence of the bride's Our stock in other shoes is very large. 15t2 father, Mr. Haden Westerfleld, SunActon Bros. We extend to you a special invitation to see the day, Rev. Bandy officiating. Mr. Dr. J. II. Tappan, wife and chil- Shults was caught in the recent army above lines before sending your money to a mail-orde- r dren were guests or Dr. J. A. Duff draft, and will probably be called into house, assuring you that when qualities are considerand family and Mr. Ellis Mitchell and tho service within a few days. ed our prices are as low as any house. Don't forget family, at Dundee, from Saturday unthisj and remember that it pays to trade with a house Mr. James Gray, a farmer of near til Monday. Sunnydalc, had a streak of hard luck that sieves yon money. Duy that Guatemala Coffee for 20c Monday. Ho had a milch cow to per pound, this week. Best that we choke to death and Just after draghavo ever been able to offer for such ging the carcass to a ditch to bury it one of the horses used for that pura low price. Just try one pound. pose dropped dead. Both cow and ACTON BROS. 15W horse were 'valuable animals. Henry Taylor, a colored brakeman Mrs. I. S. Mason, recently a candion the I. C. railroad, fell from a train and was killed at Rockport early date for tho Republican nomination Tuesday morning. His homo was in for Superintendent of Schools, and now teaching at Taylor Mines, was a and Mrs .Schlcmmcr, and also, hor t Louisville, pleasant yisltor at this office SaturLauterwassur, slater. Mrs. Robert Just Recclcd A carload of the day. Mrs. Mason is an enthusiastic Route 1. old reliable Jones Brand Fertilizer. Republican and is putting in her . .OCTOBER 10 I'ltlD.W. Remember tho placo to get the best Lay In your supply now while wo spare time boosting tho Republican havo it. ticket. Furniture for the least money. lu, II. & ST. L. It. n. TIME TABLE. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. lGt4 ACTON BROS. 8:32 p. m. 10t2 No. 113 duo at Ellmltch Dr. H. B. Washburn will be at the No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Messrs. Joo Evorly, Tilden Taylor, Comerclal Hotel, Beaver Dam, Ky., Mr. James York, of Schroadcrs, . 3:46 p.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch went to Owensboro on a business trip W. F. Coffman and L. E. Everry, of duTing the week commencing with Ar. Irvlngton ... G:3G p.m. Matanzas, attended the Kentucky Monday, October 16th, nnd on each Monday. Lv. Irvlngton ... G:G6 p.m. Granll Lodge F. & A. M in Louis- third Monday and the week followAr. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. ing, thereafter, to do an kinds of Du Fold ville, .this week. Buy that Threo-Piec- o Mo. Lt. Louisville ... 8:3G a.m. Davenotto Suit from Acton Bros., first class dental work at reasonable Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m. !St4 Mrs. W. II. Coombs, wife of Editor .prices. 16t2 Ky. Hartford, Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. Coombs of the Hartford Herald, and 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Tho District Mission of 'Ohio CounMr. Wilbur Johnston, of Sulphur her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Miller, left M., n. & K. R. It. TIME TAUI.B. Springs, was a Republican .office vis- Monday for a visit to friends at their ty Missionary BaptlstB, met at tho South Bound, No. 11G Hartford Baptist church Tuesday. old homo at WIckllffc, Ky. Monday. 8:45 a. m. itor Due at Hartford E19. Albort Maddux was elected misNorth Bound, No. 114 Sheriff S. O. Keown and wife re- sionary and field secretary to begin Good Work Horso. ApIVirSale 6:GG p. m. Due at Hartford turned Sunday from Louisville, where woTk November 1st. Tho next meetA. F. JONES ply to (Both "Mixed Trains.) thoy had been to visit their son, ing of tho Board will ho held at BeavR. 1, Hartford, Ky. lCt2p Lieutenant Gllmoro Keown, who is er Dam at tho regular time In Duke returned Tuesday stationed at Camp Taylor. Mrs. John w from a brief visit with relatives at Mrs. John X. Taylor, of Earllng-to- n, Capt. Ben M. King, of Company K, Owensboro. News Personal nnd Mrs. J. C. Gentry, of Liver-mor- e, Oweisboro, after Bending his resignaare visiting their mother, Mra. tion to Washington, is becking to of Mr. W. T. Keown and wife, and Social Euenls. It Is understood Fordsvllle, aro guests of Deputy J. N. Martin, at tho homo of bur have it recalled. son, Mr. Ranso Martin, this week. that Capt. King has been offered tho Sheriff, Roy F. Keown. captaincy of a military police do- Thoro Is au epidemic of typhoid tachment at Camp Shelby. The Cap Mr. Estes Williams and daughter, Contortown, aro visiting Mrs. lOra fovcr at tho Almshouse. It started tain is h nephew of Messrs. John and Sea Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. of with the inmates, after which the ".Daniel King, of Hartford. Williams. kcoper's daughtor was afflicted with Lime, Seo Hartford Mill Co., for lt and now his wlfo has taken lt. Mr. J. W Kirk, our correspondent Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. Plaster and Ceineuf. at Sunn dale, called at Tho RepubSmith went to Owensboro Tuesday County Attorney A. D. Kirk was lu upon notice by tho attorneys for Willican office Saturday. Buy you a barrel of good Flour for Frankfort Monday to consult tho Ad liam Barnes, convicted of 15t2 $11.60 at Acton Bros. Judge John B. Wilson was In Rock- - jutant Genoral In regard to reopen-lln- g at the .September term and sensomo cases of dratted soldiers tenced to llfo Imprisonment, that thoy port Wodnesday In connection with who had filed claims for exemptions would arguo a motion Wednesday Ivory and Jesso Llnch, of Olaton, somo road work matters. on account of dependents. rent to Illinois last week. morning for a new trial for their Mrs. C. M. Barnett has returned client. Motion overruled. After being in the linnds of the You can get your Wire to balo from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. courts for somo months The Hartford 15t2 Edwin W. Coopor, at Nashville, your hay from Acton Bros. TEETH Republican was recently taken over GOMULATEU FOR SHEEP Printing Company, John Berry, an bid colorod man by Hie Hartford Ksqulro W. S. Dean, of Dundee, n corporation organized for tho purThe heep of the western Islands ailed at this omca while In town living at Beaver Dam, had his house pose, nnd luwlng ample capital for destroyed by fire Sunday night. Wednesday. of Scotland aro almost as stylish as making a firnt class newspaper. the dogs that ride In automobiles on Mr. Will Addlngton, of Equality, our own Fifth avenue, In New York, KliOUIt As good as ELITE Attorneys M. L. Heavrin and Otto was In Loulsvlllo this week, attendCity. The canine aristocrats have Mon-Idainado nono bettor. ing the Masonic Grand Lodgo meet- JC. Martiu went to Hardinsbnrg ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. occasional cavities In their teeth fill16t4 whero they wcro employed In ing. ed with gold, but the Scottish sheep a largo uaiuago sun agniuoi mu .. havo their entlro set bed Mr. Virgil Elgin attendod Circuit case Mr. W. E. Travis, of Beaver Dam, & N. railroad company, but the fore they have any chanco to decay. Court at Hopklnsvlllo tho Orst of g attended tho Grand Lodgo meeting of was continued. is due to gold dust Tho ilia week. tho Masonic fraternity In Louisville, I iu tho soil. As early as 1G3C Hec Tho Hartford Republican la now tor Boece, bishop of Aberdeen, speaks this week. I havo a few Whlto Wyandotte owned and ojierated by Tho Hartford of tho romarkablo appearanco of tho Uooitors for salo cheap. corporation, sheep that roam "tho goldon mouu- of Junk, Printing Company, WANTED All kinds II. E. MJSCIIKK. Ht2 composed of fifty well known Ohio tain in Central Aberdeenshire. Their hides, wool, feathers and roots. ciuuuty Republican)), with a capital wool is yollow, D. L. D. SANDEFUR, their flesh is red, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix went to Gtf Boaver Dam, Ky. trtock of 94,000. flecked, as it wore, with saffron, and a visit with Loulsvlllo Monday for their tooth aro tho huo of gold, ho relatives'. Mr. Sam T. Barnett sold a four- - says. Popular Science Monthly. Mrs. WUholmona Fehr. of Cannot- . r, M niulo to Mr. Thomas ....am tV,n nil rail ton, Ind., returned to hor homo lust months-ol- d after speudlug the sum- -' der,,of Beaver Dam, for 5120 dollars. Subscribe for The Republican, 91.00 is visiting Mr. Irom Evausvlllo, Ind., Millinery Department , to-da- Coats and Coat Suits Munsing 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. - . IIop-klnsvll- le Ladies' Shoes up-to-dat- JZkti&i&Gbi Carson & (Incorporated.) SO MU TVAK Co. to-d- Hartford Republican. PRICES AWAY RACK IN THE SIXTDSS sta-pl- e Ill ... er. wife-murd- er Chicago, Oct. 16. Prices of many food products averaged about 129 per cent higher during the first yoars of the Civil War than today, a cording to items taken from an invoice of goods sold by S. Hamlll and Company, wholesale grocers of Keokuk, Iowa, to R. J. Jacobs, a retailer, Juno 22, 18G2. The old invoice which was discovered here today by a student of food prices was compared with present prices and caused considerable discussion among grocers and commission men. Sugar in those Civil War days sold for $58 a barrel, rice at $31.38 a barrel, tobacco at more than double the present price and tea at $101. 52 d for a chost. Twenty-five pounds of tho same grade of a today may be bought for $18.90 iCoBee alto was nearly four times as high as at present. The samo bill of groceries and sundries that then brought $644.14,may be bought today for $281. Gl. Naturally rice, sugar, cotton and tobacco, products of the South wcro unusually high In the north during tho Civil War and transportation facilities for bringing lea and coffee to this country, were not what they aro Many of the articles sold them aro handled in different forms Somo commodities such as mackerel and codfish were cheaper then than now. Paper bags were higher In those days despite tho present high cost of paper. twenty-five-pounto-da- y. to-da- y. twenty appeals to President Wilson for draft exemption jon industrial grounds has been decided in favor of at the applicant. It was said the Provost Marshal General's olllco. In other cases tho President has rat- -' ified the Judgment of district boards that the applicant was not indispensable to a necessary war industry. About 8,000 appeals have been received, but only a small proportion decided. A number of officers in tho Provost Marshal General's ofllco are assigned to tho work of inspecting the documentary evidonco submitted by appollants and their recommendations are reviewed by other officers and finally sent to tho President. mm ' PAIRVIEW. After the severe cold snap wo are having fine weather again. A protracted meeting began at Cane Run chur.ch Monday night, anl everybody is expecting a good meeting. Three cheers for the candidato that ate the dishwater, at the farm dinner near Rosino recently. Mr. John Wes Cummings, who has been sick for sometime, is no bet- , ter. Miss May Daniel, of Texas, who has been visiting relatives hero', left for homo Monday. Misses Ethel and Elsie Ford, Miss es Hallle and Tiny Taber and Misses Mnymo nnd Clydle Cookslo, of Olaton, were tho guests of tho family of Mr. J. It. Wilson Saturday and Sunday. mm TAX DATES. S y, gold-plate- gold-platin- y, I I, or one of my deputies, will be at DIIAINAGK PLANS tho following precincts to collect Tax FOR PAKTHER CRKEK on dates below: Oct. 10 Prentiss. One of tho largest drainage Oct. 20" Beater Dam , Fcbemcs ever undertaken in this part Kamo Date Simmons. ' of Kentucky has Just been entered Ort. 22 Cromwell. upon In Daviess county.'' What Is Oct. 2iJ Magiui, Mltli Ralph book said to be tho largest ditch contract also. in the United ever contemplated Oct. 24 Deanfleld nnd Rcleot. States, was let in Daviess county Fri Oct. 23 Herbert and Roslue. day. The contract, which calls for Oct. 2 Hon Branch. the straightening o(. Panthor creok, Oct. 27 Rockport. was let to Tho McWilllams Dredge Oct. 21) Refllu and Bells Run. Company of Chicago for $428,902. Oct. 30 Buford. The ditch when completed will drain Oct. ill Dundee. about 1,300 different tracts of land, Nov. 1 Wynox nnd CVralvo. and reduco the present longtb of the Nov. 2 NommH. stream and its tributaries from a H. O. KEOWN, length of 68 to 41 miles. About Hhcriff Ohio Coautf . 66,000 acres of land will be drained, mc NOTICE. and tho cost of tho ditch will bo paid by the land owners benefitted. After October 1, 1017, I will bo lit tho ofneo of Dr. A. II. Riley from 1:00 p. m. to 4:00 p. in., and In my olllco FEW APPEAI1 GRANTED BY PRESIDENT WILSON oter Williams Drug Store fioui 0:00 a. m., to 12:00 noon. Washington, Oct. IG. Only ouo iu Mtf DR. IS. R. PENDLETON. V nismarck and Von Moltke wcro more affronts a girl or hurt a dofensclca.i "YANK" A FAMOUS Hut practical and wise than he. man or woman thero Is 'something J second thought will show tho con going on In his Immediate- neighborARMS PRODUCER trary. A NATION'S LEADER hood "That, no doubt, explains In part Tho rulers of the Gcrmnn Empire . havo pursued tho programme of fores tho Intense hatred fcltln these mounduring of Kentucky for the people of WKAPONS OK AMKHICAN .MAKE the plans of militarism old ri:ui" COUNT!' BKCOMIW tains Gormany. And tltey don't restrict i all tho thirty years which havo claps-- 1 NOTi: HINCK TIMK OK HKV CHAMPION IN COl'NTKY'S since 1SS7. If brute force bo the their hatred to tho Hohcuzollcrn famoiitrrioN. VOLUNTKI'.HS. ily. They Include the entire Gerof nations, Germany ought Ied bo safe. A scheme was perfect- man nation within the range of their conquer tho world, nnd every zealous hate, and say very frankly Washington, Oct. 13. The Inven-- , cd to All honor to Breathitt county, long t,lat a n,or lg only a3 ima a8 hjs minutest provision for the success of Hon of tlie ncrnplanc, thc submarine, 1II00(I j people. Known to tho world an Thorc are perhaps a dozen the scheme was mndo witli scientific honor to tho men mcn of Qerman ancestry In this coun- - the Lewis machine gun nnd other precision. Breathitt"! All of Hut the progrnmme dostructlve agencies of war emphathere who, though they may somfc-l- t. Ono of them at the outset of tho forco bus not been successful, and A fact that tho Americans times have been guilty of mountain wnr eXpresgeii himself ns favorable sizes the It Is at hand. people they j greater failure for may bo a peace-lovin- g feuds and have sometlmos fought 10 tno Kalser. x0 Ono will tell forco has been aroused Wl tfik. Quick In bringing into thn Greater unpardonable fury, have heard actIj. wnat forn, 0f aisciplino was have been ncnlnst Teutonic force, and the war'a world the most powerful nnd Ingenthe call of civilization to protect tlie useti ullt the fact Is that this panic-wome- n has now become a war against wnr. They have juar man ot German snipathy. has ious weapons. TT,.tiwi ,,iniuftiil lit and children! Ititvinnlim liT Away back In tho days of tho rushed to the army in a way which jslnco rcmainod on his own farm and learning the lesson of this awful con- American revolution American small probably surpasses the record of any has spoken to nobody of the war." , unless tho love of batle Is an ,V arms were famous, and these guns ffilet; .1 t.. I.I.. ft.rttlnA. ., 111. (.!,, ........ -W other section of the United States. Mr. Lucleu Decker, a mining en to write homo The story of what has been done gineer of Winchester, Ky., Is quot- - caused Gen. Howe tufe, we may reasonably hope Unit ' W about "the terrible guns of the reb- tho nations will now see that war Is ! W? In Breathitt, as published in the Newca n (hig articlo as sayings els." At that time Americans were York Herald, should be read through- ..Thc ,,eopie nn OVOr Eastern Ken-oa futllo nnd false means for settling a nation of gunmakcrs and gun uspatrlot-tuck- y the land. It Is a story of disputes. tllInk Germany ought to be ers, and an authority lias written: intcrnntlounl Tho pop-- , ilcI;cj s00(j, and they are ready to ism that knows no limit. Modern science lias difrovcr"d "In the Colonial days the resident illation of tho county Is about IS.- -' i10ip. a woman right here In this agents and modern Invention has says that ,own has ti,ree sols n tho army.and of tho Atlantic seaboard were the 000, but the Herald's-storInstruments of almost Infinite greatest users of guns of their pervolun-.Jll- e the county has given more says ghe i10pCS they will get .o , gunmakers' shops were In power. One nation armed with these teer soldlerr. than Arizona. Delav.-areguropc r!ght quick, she loves those iod, and every city and town. With little devices can protract through weary New Hampshire. North Dikota, iVer-.jsojust ag mucn as anJ. woman in knowledge of the science of ballistics, and wasteful years a conflict with mont or Wyoming. tne world, but she knows what Ger- Is what these men perfected the American many nations. This indeed ' Alexandcr Hamilton' Hargls, a many has been doing to women, great mo- the German militarists have done nnd the reign of the Prince of Pvace. rifle that was a factor of of Jackson, in that county,,' dren and old folks, and if there Is A seoulnrrzod education itnd a de ment in tho Revolution when wield- are doing. They hare combined sav jays- that about one of every" four one thing the people of this county agery and science in a form almost generate theology Irr Germany have keen-eyeed by the voting iffen in the county lias already won't stand for, it's that." invincible. And behold the horri- yielded tho ethics of Trcltschke and men of the colonics." gone Into tho army, and that tlu And Jim Powers of Breathitt coun-reMillions of precious liis disciples and by consequence tlie ble results! .Inner Blile I'uitious. of the voting population Is ready ty, a bridge tender, expressed his livc,s have been sacrificed on tlie al- world is now on lire. From about 1S00 until a period if the country, needs them, and ho j views on the subject by saying: may near tho time of the outbreak of tho tar of brute forre! Vnst expendithe For credits Lee, the adjoining county.wlth "f hem gunmen in Germany are a Civil War tho Jager rllle. made at tho tures have been made, nnd must yet tinmen a lime moenginesextinguish overof wnr. with lire having the samo spirit and its people 'bad lot. We've got to lick 'em good, stagger the coming force with force, and that w United States arsenal and rille fac- be made again, which with doing tho same the men of ' We hopo down hero there'll be mind to conceive or compute! The must do as speedily and effectually tory at Harpers' Ferry and generalBreathitt havo' done. "There Is no peace, but we hope there won't be no ly known as programme of force Is a monstrons as possible. But if no the "Harper's Ferry aioro than hyphenism down here," said Mr. liar- - peaco till they've licked Germany By such a programme civstood at the head of tho list for failure. that is done, the flames will flare up gis, "and wo do not know what it Is. j stiff. Down here we don't like this It deilization can not lie scured; ellicieucy as a military rifle. again, and auother generation will At the beginning of the European war way they have of treating women and Tho burdens have to repeat tho painful process. It was an American who Invented stroys civilization. we regarded it as a matter of indif- - j children. There is something wrong peaco Col. Samuel Colt's which It imposes in a time of To arrest a llro in a crowded city ference, and atthat time we thought j with a nation that can do things like the revolver. tirst vital patent was taken out in arc intolerable, and in this time of dynamite must somi'times ho used, it wise to let Europe fight its own that. We've brought up down here hidwar they are nothing less than 1S35, but at the beginning the ar n cd n work of lUscructlon done, battles. No one liked the Lusitanla to respect women and old folks and j looked with eous. and navy officer which under other circumstances i my business, but still neonlo kent aulet hn klml to children, and the Germans Hut we cannot permit ounclves to would he criminal. suspicion or aversion upon the de When the con- Hut wh-and went on farming. ain't kind and respectful to no- - vice. The Seminole war. In IS3T. be deluded by the of a flagratlou ground is checked, the Etories about tho way Germany was body. Brut forcu on itsm,t,be cleared of debris and Urong gave tho Inventor his first opportun- puerile pacifism. treating women and children and If Breathitt county has been callproved effective rampnge must be put down by force foundation laid for the peaceful hate rliipping old folks into slavery begin ed on for the draft her quota would ity, and his revolver iu terrifying the Indians in Flori- in order to end forever Its brutal nations of mcn. beto come over here, things were dif- have been about 200 men; but reign. A true lover of peace, who g da. Tie world needs now to begin ferent. Then it became our war." fore the middle of June, the call havIt came into use In large numbers ha tense enough to perceivo the obfor permanent peace by turning lioon nnotfiil In Mnv mnr tlmn And then' comes this interesting " ' war in the hands vious, must give Ills support to this ing to God. Godlessnets Is Too In- and sugges'tlvc sentonce: "There 200 men had volunteered, and still iduring the Mexican of the Texas Hangers. Tho revolvr war against war. flammable to bo retained In the Tere two or three persons around; they keep coming; and since the But when peacd comes, men must earth. Hellgloa is required as tho about here who defended Germany call for volunteers was issued more ;of that period was far different from today. The powder had not he deceived by the notion that security of civilization; it only Is fire- for a short while, but they stopped. than 400 men of the county have been the type of to be dropped into six holes, the bul- -' peace will bo enduring without any- proof. The rirtitcousuem whlclD Is There won't bo any more." jacepted for service more than twice "placed on top and rammed thing else Is accomplished thaw the by faith in Jesus Christ alone Is 's Col. J. L. McCoy, owner of the the number that would have been let then down by a lever; percussion, caps af- defeat of German militarism. That restrain tho fierce pnsslans ' Jackson Times, who has been vigor- - drafted if there had been no volun-- , ous In bis campaign for patriotism, teers. It is Impossible to tell exact- - fixed back of each charge and the result will lie a very great achieve- of mankind and. cause .1 "peaceful pulled back after sach shot. ment, and it is well worth figfitlug earth Mi slumbec rapt univenal 1s quoted as being deeply worried ly how many Breathitt county men hammer Then there was the invention of for. But the peace following' the lest the Allies give Germany a breath- r.re in the service, but the number ing spell, for that he asserts is ail is estimated by local authorities a' Hichard J. Galling, who brought war will he nothing better than s. Suildcr.- - Change, t,i that Germany wants, and that is why from 1,000 to 1,200, though the lorth the first serviceable machinery protraatud armistice if tho wirrld gun of the world. A writer on mill-jtadoes not recognize and submit to. the Sprtnj. brnRil n kud3 of weart. her people are talking peace. of men registered in total number weapons has said that 'in the reign of rlRlilcuuxnew. Scf.mce "The world must give Germany a the county between 21 and 31 is aml wUh comM co,(U am, ,ho Eli- - will continue in the future, as lirth- - rf licking," lie said. "She has trampled 104 9. The percentage of Lee toun- - ' Yankee group of inventors ranks vlva, of wlllter cou(.hs Rnd ,loarBe. t ulinl.t DamlniFlnn ft t l t DflTnft past, to discover agents of deadly do n0M Dr HcI,.B ,.10.Tar.oney w, in ihe rights of tlie world and of :ty Is about tlie same, and volunteers , , ... siruciiveneKS anci immeasiiranic pow IipjiiI c(t :i now cold or slon the o'jl humanity. She is a beast. She has are still coming in. rapid-fire- e; and thest! agents wilt he cmpleyetl nn . h..!..,,,, Pll.vn th inventor of England's best gwiius, of course. So lias a .'bank And In this spirit of Breathitt and gun, and Parrott, who made tlie great liv Hpftlshnfs In firtipmr of acrrns-- 1 (j Mire Ukroat nnd " heal the Irritated tU- burglar or a. clever horse thief. If Lee count es to come to the help of, if century. of sion unless tlie nations are and start Get a boctle biies. Thomas A. Edison had spent his the country, to savo civilization from bnioothborcfr Among Americans who did much iu of unholy preed and domlneeriiiB.am- - trcatuont at once. At your druggist. ., , time perfecting, schemes or devices ruin, iiiey uavu reuemeu, uiuuisuivuh development of hoary ordnance liitlons. It must be so in the 7ury 25c. formula jn the bottle. , 1 for robbing vaults lie could be rich- - before the world and showed the In- - the Dalhgren and Rodman, lnven- - nature of ihe cuiu. wh.cn iwere strength of manhood the SSC M-J'To make an end of war foiw-er- , that region ready to answer had; Why lie Was 11 Skeptic. gum ()f U)o nvU War preparation for a righteous peace e all her time figuring. put ways, to tlie call for help wherever women "M4" said' tiio village landlord N.jw Yor, nniRt be made and made speHIy. and Col. Bomford, of io kill and subjugato and had grown "and children are attacked. who doaigned and superintended thc And this means that the majority of with tlie uorry mug, "I don't believe -'( practice treachery and deceit, sha in advertising." building of tho groat Colutnblads. the moral law must be enthroned iu ould. lick tho.,wojld with one hand1 Sloan's Liniment For Itlieninattsm. "Yuu don't," exclaimed tho hardtin- heart of the nations. Men must warelic'ln'round her neck.. Germans dues The torture of rheumatism, the druuimer. "Why not?" become moral enough to restrain Sour Sloir.acli. nut deserve any credit. She is a pains nnd aches that make life unj "Becauso I advurtlscd for a wlfo your fffod tluuu from t lie ini moral use of powEat sluwly, masticate cMTiimmr sin. lx.o ,.,r. bearable are relieved by Sloan's Lin- in a matrimonial paper onco, that's g lered. pillaged, ravaged and outrag- - iment, a clean clear liquid that .s j thoroughly, abstain from meat for a er. Notwithstanding tho preslrat-in- why." .; w" nu m mu.. wu m effects of tills terrlldc war, tho d, and now that she is .caught up au easy to apply and more effective man "Aud failed to get ono, eh?" If it docs power f mankind Is going to fciomacu win aiaoipe.ii. ally. Iter hands drilling and her kuii mussy plasters or ointments because I..,, "No, I got one. That' the trou- ... ? ..t. u.. ul Ht ntnl ..ln !" Tnli. more and more. Titanic nC wunoui ruu-"- i. smoking, suo wants tho world to lis-- It penetrates. quic-KiIblci' sapper. Itetl forces df nature, not yet known or c while iho says: 'Come on, now. i blng. For the many pains and aches lets imuodlatel- after your worn- - following exposure, strains, sprains meats jo most likely to cause sour unly partially known, will bo brought I'm through. I've killed and you may And It twit to Into subjugation to mankind, aud in and. children, but my ammunition and muscle soreness. Sloan's in with the augmenting of power will Always cut Hum out. - r.W gone, so lot's call It all off and 'ont is promptly effective. FOR FLETCHER'S 'vo Icomo life temptation to use it' unlaw a bottle handy for gout, lum- lifghi wharo ye left off. Maybe I have ? profully. Tho outcomo of huiu a ijinago, tooinacne, oacKacno, stiu necK jtiii ; vim't do It all again.' r .MODERN CIVILIZATION cess will bo other and more nwful a external pains, At druggists, "You know wliat we would do with 1 warn the human raee becomes - u" Baptism of Tho like i man in Kentucky, who acted (By Uiiliop W. A. Candler, in Atlan- more moral and roliglouff. When I The Slai'H and Stripes us the na- mat, don't you? Of course, every-- ! A Ynunx Klimncicr. power outruns piety tlie moat dread- jtional Hag of the ta Journal.) . wen, inaus wuai. me n floe, United. States was A pretty young scboolmarm who ful contbqucncc ulwayH follow. Such first unfurled in battlo on tho banks Home thirty year ago Hon. Thomoil4 oufthl to do .to Germany. When teaches a e haj beau the cnxo in tin past, nnrof ,1. Rnuulvwlna 110 roars aco. claS( In a school as F. liuyard.who waa then tho y i man Ube hnncklos. yu can't gat of tlie northwest section of the city, micli will bo the cate In tho future. .,,, lmUll( , whlcU tll0 (!urinil of Stato of the United Statos, .uywhere fighting him with feather in telling a funny Htory on horeelf The security or modern civllUu - u,occeiHirIftli Iwl ,,y ,jaron Knypl.au.'- a noblo' uddrotis'at Yalo UniiiilluWB. That's what tho Allloa that liapponed Juut beforo tho clone made versity, wliicli lb of striking Inturw.it U011 cannot rest on oce great w - !en. nlayirf u nrumlnont rfarl. untl in We'ought to drop iuve been doing. of the term. She had some visitors anil significance today: 110 on unipn 01 lorco ovor lorce. which Lufayotte was badly wounded, all., tljolv citing.. 'Givo on I'lmba the afternoon In question, and ly fortifications for ltn defenso that was a dofoat for Washington, nl- -' In the coumo of bis masterly ond. item na gcod.aRTtlioy thought alio would show them what Kpeech, tho groat sccrotary adverted will assure Its peaceful iieriictuatlou though tho Americans wero able to "We live up In tho mountains, ti f.ifkrl .lfiuu ulm hrifl f'nlllntr nn n to addresses of Hlsmarck and Von must be thrown m Iu tho liiinnui make un orderly rotreat. Tho Amern,.,o. but we get the papers from fut- brght HlHo foow al ,ho rear ()f the MoltUo which had Just been deliver- heart.. By tills alone can tho ican (lug received Its first baptism of yhat Germany ddo, and wo ki)o room, she sa.Id to him: "Johnny, if (superhuman forces, which the future blood u this couliict, but it had ed iu the German Heichstag pending tho has been doing. We are-fo- r I gave you 2 oenta and your futher tho debate on the urmy 1111. in which will uncover, be held back from bel- previously been displayed at Fort every man and womgave you 3 cents, how much would Schuyler, on tho present silo of tho nddressoH it wns contended that the ligerency and nude benevoUnt. an of us,, Wo are, rqady to, go to .war you havo?" Nor can civilization bo safeguard- city of Homo, N, Y. This garrison safely of Europe waa entlroly deWo, - owy man and woman of us. "Seven," promptly replied John- pendent upon "brute force." Mr. ed by u fcohlu morality of soculurigm. made the banner by cutting up Hhcota know Iff) the .world's. JlgUt. So;ne-tline- e ny., L'ayard poured scorn upon sucli a Ktliical principles must bo enforced to form the white tripes, liltn of scarV have blue away down hero The. teacher blushed painfully, but moments, wbuii. I think that maybo thought she would Ivy again. "You r.ontlinimt, exclaiming, "Is that tho by Iho sanctions of religion and ex- let cloth for tho red stripes, tho blue ecuted In tho strength of rellgloiiH ground for thu stars being cut from ond or clvlllzatton?" up tho world will lot Germany settle, can't have understood me, Johnny. Proceeding with his condemnation motives if they are to avail anything a cloth coat. John Paul Jones was I hope without .galling punished. Now listen, and I will repeat the the first to display the Stars and of the militarism of Bismarck and for thu pacification of tho world. aot." question. If I gave you 2 cents aud Von And we must not forget that every Stripes 011 a naval vessol when ho Moltke, ho said: "Is thero The Herald's writer. tay: your father guvo you 3, how much nothing else than armies that. can religion yields its own (system of sailed from Portsmouth, N. H., Iu thu .. ... it "III nin- - ways the reglou Is print- , would you nave.' govern mankind? Is this tho civil- ethics, begotten In its own image and Hanger on November 1, 1777. Tho mra; u is pnniuiu m i.ui.k-Bal(i Jo,nny again, ..SQVOIlt uud ization which is announced to us likeness. Tho ethics of Buddhism American banner first floated over a ihiii; u is primitive in is ruKKi-iwIth the same promptne.is. foreign stronghold In Juno 1778, by the press from a6rmany tonight? j and the ethlca of Mohuminedlanlsia iiy. .A thief Is-- thing unknown. ..j am 8Ur)rlgod at yoll( jonniiy,.. 'May It can not bo differ greatly, aud they are Immeas when Cupt. lluthbouo, commander of heaven forbid? crime, except 'bad tonduct uml.,,, ,h(J loacher. ..ow m, eurll, that bruto forco of military power urubly below tho ethlcsof Christian- the sloop Providence, captured Fort almost un- - wo,j you iavo 7?" tiliooting or cutting.'-lNassau, In tho Bahamas. On Decemlit-- , ,' ,,.,, ,ini,lr,.. MnM is to bo tho security of any people ity. A Buddhist world Is not possl-ulbl,, , ... , known. A merif shooting attracts nw A MohauiDicdlan world is ber C, 1782, wlion (Jeorgo III, acor tho guardian of any civilization Mo more attention than nf ills Johnny. knowledged tho Independence of the which Is to progress under tho rulo ICIglith ordorly conduct in Sixth 'or -00Tho' world must be a Christian United States, tho Stars and Strlpc3 of Christ." avenue, Nw York. Tho principal world if it is to to a peacoful world, wero first displayed in Croat Brl- Upon reading these words, utterin a fund ttlioutliit; lostw 110110 of tho FOR FLETCHER'S ed In January, 18S7, the first Impulse Mon may cry "Peace! Peace!" but , tain by John Singleton Copley, an rcftect of the community. These Is to say Mr. Bayard was In error aud thero will bo 110 peace except under Auierlcati painter, then residing in But If u man 'hinge are eofpected. "BLflBBV" BREATHITT r ; aSflWS0fiSSg i Ladies i I ICoed: HlltS Hub j cx-wl- th ( 2 I v ut S Clothh-i- g Co. S do-vit- ! ns I HARTFORD, KY. Tho whaling ship Bedford, was the first to renoh a British port Hying the flag of tho new nation. London. of Nantucket, SS&BflKWSSSS CASTOR I A For Infants and Children chil-bank- er - sharp-shootin- d st i Hi-flc- ." In Use For Over 30 Years Always bean the Signature of J fe&xi Tru South Dnknta Stnte Senator recently gave a new illustration of that "Man was born for mutual assist-fin- e saying of au ancient philosopher' A pipe-drea- nice." A customer entered a piuull-tow- n pro-parin- f ' ' ad-'i,- liarbersnop. "How soon ran you cut my hair?" he naked of the proprietor who was sontd in an easy chair, perming tho .,,,.,. 0f ,t (ime novel. "Bill." said the hnrbcr. addressing nK crrnnd boy, "run over nnd toll u,,, editor thnt I'd llko my sclskors If Kt done edltln' tho paper to tleman waltln' for a haircut.'' ' i t-,- ,., . ,.,.,,',",,,' T ,1 ..,. , ...-- i iVn t f-- Helps Sick n ir m wr iinrix pu.-51'- to-da- y tmimrfin "I had a 21 Trf I Cardui, thc wonisn'f; Ionic, helped Mrs. Wil- - fcfj.Z liam Evcrsolc, of Hazel fts Palch, Ky. Read wiat fl tfe - ' she wrilcs: j fr-- brcakiutj-dov;- n Rcneral 1 was in 01 my ucatiti. Kl'm cm m.' 1 ... .. ; ft-- till s V , i Linl-istoma- cn J . - . Children Ory OASTOR A O-f- n ttiVI bed lor weeks, unable to 1 had suelr a weakness and dizziness, . . . and Ihc pains were very severe. A friend lo .1 me I iind tried everv- t" 1K cl3Ci vhy not Cardui V.. . I did, and coon saw it wac helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and wcIL" j;et up. CJa" TABE '.. . Grit-grad- Sc-rear- yfflilSl 1 1 m ! p, 1 The Womaa's Tonic Do you feci weak, dizzy, worn-out- ? Is your lack of good heal II caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why uot give Catdul a trial? It should surely do for you what it lias done for so many thousands of other women who suffered It should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend swho has taken Cardui. i "iiif.-r.ii- s -- n She wL'J tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. '' o. ...( m AH Draggrei j. , Ohildren Ory M my vK CASTORIA wrytrVrrr - . w:varr Tittiwrac. a S i'twl it .- .- "y " J.T, PWifcWil MH nWH. gigiTga&tTIIWi f-- P( -- r- sit.- MTRUELTIES their rifles Into tlic crowd of bound Upon tho rupture of diplomatic re- "KITHKK ;oi IS IIKAI) OK (JIMt.MAW IS DOO.MKI)." prisoners ns long its they showed lations, tho Turkish Government conS food supplies and many fiscated our signs of lift. Dr. Newell Dwlght Hlllls, in a late of these people perished of hunger." BY TURKISH ARMY Olio Man KTiipcd, Since then, however, Mr. KIkkb address, enl-l- : "Tho limn who told mo tlio Btory continued, arrangements lmvo been sj. . Net Conir nts 15 Tluid Draf hit' '"I lint dlng German oHlcor In succeeded In gottliu; his knlfo and coullnuo tho relief work ftoyrc packed tho genius of a mural made to AHMKKIAV MOTIIKKS Mt'HI:iti:i) cuttliiR liliiiBolf loose. As ho inRilo through neutral ngepts who nro dis- universe Into a few words. Wound-f- d ! his clash for llhorty ho was followed bursing I'.AHICS AM) TIIKIU lir.MM.KKK For Infrfnfs afid Oh'ildrofa: hut winter through tho spinal tho fuuds nnd supplies gath WtWI by a volley of shots, hut got uway uritini) a i, i vi:. ered through tho American Commit icotd, unable to inov tho lower part uiiBcathcd. All tho other men of tee for Armenian and Syrian Kcllof of his body, for weks he waited for Mint nnd similar parties wore ruthwomen Two aged French in .'ow York City. The question of dentil. lessly butchered. savhiK the remnant of tho Armenian tared for tlio dying man. One day 4. Iturlal nllvc Now York, Oct. I "The women and cinnircn wero . race, ho said, can bo solved only by this German olllcor sent for tho vil of babies in trenches with the bodlci then mr m (,(J r()a(, t0Wi)r(, Me3. ' American generosity. lage priest and toll him that the . iIihIm linnll tiwtl ltrtiu tLlin lirwl m wtt fit II1UII liiwui'ini nini opotnmia Iti companies or two or ". . ...in. o nrn r.r.NT. line vi. i.c:.. "Tho Armenian men nro dead," ho vt n Hlndenburg blnuglitcreil or allowed to perish from Hiron flwiiicniiil. Ilv tnillrnr.t rnlllfirt AVciielaWcrfcpamtionranV:- oxposuro, was practiced by tho Turks tloy wenj for(,c, (0 wa))(lflr a),()Ut said, "and the women have been complete, that the crder to retreat similnthUicroodbyweuwIn tholr work of exterminating thu until the summer heat and dlscnso crushed and cannot long survive tho had been given, that the home of nm; inaaionatift .nm "- -. through which these aged women who had cared for experiences Armenians, it was declared hero to- - wnattiil nwnv fho mnlfirllv. Jn trnnR! terlule loo,- - him so tendely would be burned, that day by tho Hev Henry II. Klggs. mis- - por,Btlo1 UIl8 iroyi(lci,. t BttW ono they have passed. Hut there nro vino-nr- o monary oi mo ahmt,,, ...mr.. u ,,, lnilll wIlo ,1Il(i traveled 200 miles, I 000 orphan children, most of whom noi one church, boue, barn, Thcrcbj'rromoiinDcbon Tho'yaid or orchard would bo left. The bogging their bread r, M 9 F Commissioners for Foreign Mission,! start out to go tho remaining 250 to Harput, Turkey, who recently inllos carrying on his back his pack hope of tho future Is In gutlicrltM news (rushed the old priest, neither Onliim,M"orphincnor saving "In his dying hour a righteous , or together these remnants nnd imo back to this country. A trench ()f ut8 n1(, cUllCB nm, 0 V.lti them for the seed of tho future Ar- wrath filled the heart of the German was dug beside n camp of , Annua tthat his aged, imlfllnd wife,, who ' ' , , to olllcor. These are his last words as menian race. Thcsu children look lan womon, no snni, nun us uiuy nice. CQlM Kjl wa,k rS.'S oi If they can lie fed and I transcribed them from the lips of us death the survivors were forced to i ch(Jgcn ,ook Uffl Qtm iQ housed and educated for the next t.en that priest, standing one day In their bodies to It and bury ' drag oycr Wtt,cM dcRcrt3 whero leading H'CMi 'lliniianmlR iinrlnheil from thirst. I years they can constitute the " 'Curses upon this army! Curses progressive element In the llfo of n gendarmes said thoy could "The wilcrc d througl H1'lch a rug0 tp. Turkey as their fathers did In upon our Kaiser and hl3 war staff! new fUairryiTTn flit?? not take caro of tho babies that wero of ,i.achcd skeletons each the old." Je9c Ten thousand curses upon my couni so many of those wore left behind, Ma lhu Way t(),(, mo tho story of a try! Either God Is dead or Germany Dr. burled with their mothers." llcrosH tll0 Sudden changes of temperature Is doomed!' " andFcNTrishncssand 't5?2oT "When I visited this ,n Auj,ust niggs said. j underwear bring spring colds j and ramp I frequently taw Turks wan- who lasgC(, throUR,, Th0 resdlinijiliercfrom"1-- . To Transfer 0,000 Men. derlng about among tho Armenians j ut fr(jm ()l0 nor,h U8UaU. 8ent with stuffed uphcad, sore throat and Washington, Oct. 13. Orders wcro ' Tac Simile SicSnatarep1 picking out pretty girls nnd little lw(j or timj Inyi , cam wltlllll i general symptoms. A dose of Dr. Issued today by the War Department & away to their homes. children to take Blgt of my wmc Te s,Bh,s wc MW King's New Discovery is sure relief, to tho Commanding General of Camp !?-- ? Some mothers told us that they had (li(jre cal 1(jwr j0 forBottcn. They liicCcrrAnCotP-this happy combination of antiseptic Taylor, for tho transfer of G.000 '.-- n lj themselves thrown their babies Intooro BllMI,uloly Wthout shelter, day lUK'Mr head, soothes the white men from the Indiana nnd clears tlio Ibt. IMphrnlM Ulver rather than nl- - of n,Kht ,lcat or coI(l The alr, balsams Moslem wag lmapeakH,,)y- - fnuI from ,ioa,i ,,0lI.J Irritated membranes and what might IContucky quotas at the:amp, to tho low them to bo taken to Guard Camp, at Hattlcs-burhomes. Many moro throw themselves J(jg ,yIng R,ar Ah wo n,,,,roac1P,i have been u lingering cold Is broken National Of this number, 3,120 will be into tno river to escape a iioiiungo m ,u) W()m,u ul(, chIdrcI1 camo uround up. Don't stop treatment when reIndiana selcctlvo draft troops, while i.hamo worse Mum death. U(( ,.,, lunRr. wohu3 n restraint lief Is first felt as a half cured cold 2.SS0 will bo Kentucky trooijs. CITT, Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CtNTAUH COM PANT. NHrVOPIK Take Dr. King's New IO,(l(Kl llixlles Found. lost. In the one desire for n piece or Is dangerous. wnro also fcent to Camn Taylor Discovery till your cold Is gone l,r''1'for tho transfer of 2,000 'men to the "About fifteen inllos from Harput o-"Tho Hick and dying lying around Vntlfinnl.Armv RnlnllOW Division, ct i sight with s a nko hidden from Vamp Pike, Little Rock. Ark. It Is under tho blazing sun with no one ,mi:ilTY 1AV IMWriiAlMM) -)' ninny ravines about It. Wo wero to caro for them, waiting for tlio UV IM'.KSIDKXT WILSON" ,yely that tlese men wlu be taUen told that tho Armenian exiles were end. One place I saw a row of twelve from the Illinois contingent at tue Icing k lied and left In these ravines.. Washington, Oct. 15. President camp, altho the orders did not so dead women and children who had anInvestigated ffwo Americans Q trcc3 Wilson in behalf of the Liberty Loan specify. Tho transfer of men from brought back photographs and actual. J gtm Inst night Issued a proclamation setCamp Taylor to Hattlesburg, Is for fT.ThCy."BW ,nltt1lWB,,tyT,l0f'Rllo. Tho shade had shifted and ting aside October 24 as Liberty clay, tho purposo of filling up the Nation August sun hnd fallen and urging tho people of the nation al Guard Division. Tho transfer of With! tho burnng ,.,, . ,,, to assemblo on that day In their rethem killed by tho bayonet. No Money .. IJII illiJlll .lllll IW.IV.i ....... ...CT troops to Little Rock, Is to provide inAdvnuco a few exceptions they wero women j h was UB 1)esllo tho floI whero spective communities nnd "pledge to troops to take the place of negro Sntisfao nnd children and the mangled con-- , L (ion Gnax Tho one another nnd to tho government troopa Eent llortn for training encamped. ' dlt.on, o heir bodies showed the, nateed tl en,seIvcs wcro obHged to mat represents mom me iuuui meas' LoweetNet , borriblo fate that had bee . heirs on ow ure of financial support." Kemccly The CliiiinlKH-Iiiiii'CouKb o Fa The story of tho deportation Tho President's proclamation fol" Most Reliable. Prices tho Armenians of Hnrput Is one of lows: Ens A. KOO.non IVrM.etl. After many years'" experienco In "perOdy. violence an.l murder," Dr. Terms "I3y tho President of the United the use of it nnd other cough medl- Sa-viuJanuary, lfllC, Dr. Hlggs said, In oi Illggs went on, adding "It is nearer I States of America a proclamation: Arnie-irnmenro manv who prefer thorn 5100 to to tho truth to say the Turkish Gov- - Micro wero 4S5.000 deported second Liberty Loan BlvesiChamber,aln,g tQ any other "The Mrg undertook, tho extinction jnians In Mosopo'tamla, while In May, From Fnc people of the United States an-c Krstein, Greenville, 111., writes, P. A. STARCK After 1917, the most careful Investigation the nr tho Armenian poplatlon." tory Direct RE8tDENi to lend their . ..charabcrIalll-opportunity other cough Remedy has tlio issue of nn edict for all Armen- - showed only 112,000 survivors, more funds to their government to sus- .. ...other's home and having perished S8 tans to go to Mesopotamia, ho said,' than The country lit war. mine for years, and we always found G aa ll&IL ' famine, pestilence and massa tain tholr Micro camo tho arrest of all the men from evH home being ,t might of the United States is a cunJ for co,ds and bron. ere In fifteen months. of standing, slilp you a beautiful Stare:, riano for 30 days' free trldl. In your1 We will mobilized and organized to strike AVe find It to be tho W vlll "Tho only bright feature of thH home. No cash payment required. All we ask la tbat fyouyou play upon. XT "They wcro sent out on the road du not nnd it a mortal blow at autocracy in dc- nnd test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, roUablo cough meiHcino we have tic I together In groups of two tojterrlhlo picture Is tho help Mint has fenso of outraged American righls toned and ttnest piano In every way, thut.ydu'hava ever highest .- Brade,.ncetest jUBtd.. - .- .!. .nna.. .. Mrt ot n.rfn Hhprtv In Rpnd iltiilnU. nnd we WlU. In that ln he said, "driven and beaten by! actually reached a fraction of these of the cause or liberty, uiiiions oi event, pay the freight both ways. T. to fatarcU Pluno must make good with you, ii.--1 Of the first party pooplo through relief funds froin or there Jb no saic. tho gendarmes. dollars are required to arm, feed MnUes PoNon Safe. Easy Payments or S00 one young mnn survived to 'America's ever ready generosity." Savs SI50.00 or Mors men who nro and clothe tho bravo their Thousands of persons lose down,: but alter 30 flirt Tou pay We ship direct to you from our 'actcy, it tell the story of what happened. Tho i Dr. Klggs said. "In Harput we wcro going forth to fight our country's' of trial, you can begin payment on the lowprlcci that save jcu upwards ot $160.00 In JiO lives every year by unintentionally to give daily rations of bread to est, easiest terms ever suggested by" a piano party was taken Into a ravlno and able cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnlaa battles and to assist the nations swallowing some form of poison, to manufacturer. These Jeniu jou a better piano for the incney than you can ordered to sit clown, he told me. nearly C.000 widows and orphans, If with whom wc nro making common cult your coimniu.ie, and It 'is possible for You are assured of reccrtiiis secure elsewhere. It to be medicine. Most of you to 17 'ajphno. for youn home', without up on 'moro money hnd coino there were a nitlsfactory set tontl durable high grade Then tho gendarmes climbed To cansu against a common foo. niii3liig the money, -- ,, .. place at night, piano. the surrounding rocks and fired with 20,000 within roach equally in need. suhscrlbo to tho Liberty Loan Is to these accidents take oiarcn ORi.Vssp f!itvpnlaa I when tho victim rises in the dark, ptaysr?2ino perform n service of patriotism. tlEver? w8uTcrrra;TS 2nd -- Kand Bargain gropes for a bottle, and then swalStarck riiycrPlanv art "Now, therefore, I, Wooilrow lows part of the contents without beWe have constantly on hand pitarantecd for 23 years. I .the ft ,aud mnJt lieautl. Tfaw icuvrantiM has baeic j i large numVr of KliKlftyriufoil tut river Plata ua 'tfcs Wilbon, President of tho United ing certain that ho has the right botiyu )iu oe u9 market, It our 35 yean ot piasc I nnd second hand pianos ot allcl cinerler.ee. and the reptj- - 5 standard makes taken ln exHKI'tro Willi tne manv exStates of America, do appoint tle. change for new Stareic Pianos clusive features of thvts ' tatlon of an old established. of tho twenty-fourt- h Wednesday, I and Tlic follow. responsible piano bcuse. wonderful Inttrumenls, and ,, Just A New Jersey woman hns wiH be t'leascd with tw ' I leg are a few couple bargains: October, as Liberty day, and urge come forward with a device that very low prions at which 50 Free Mus!o WCDvT fliu.uu they can be secured. and advlso the peoplo to assemblo should do away with this particular Lessons Steinway i, 92.00 Piano Boob Free Iu their respectlvo communities and (langer Chickering 90.03 sho proposes that all corks Ta every purchaser of Send today lor our new 95.00 beautifully Starck rianos, we ghc tree Kimball pledgo to one another and to thoif po,s(m bott,cs ,)0 ma(,0 wUh a illustrated plana music lessons. In one ct 195.00 book which gives you Starck government that represents them, tiny cross of metal extending out of best known schools in the large amount of InformaChicago. These lessons you Send for our latest complete of financial the top of tho cork. This cross should tho fullest measure tion regarding pianos. This can take ln J our own home, bargain' Ilst.i . v.111 book Interest and support. by mall. This represents havo sharp points, and tho person Iplease you. Write today. year's free Instruction. one of that day I coming upon It In the dark would get "On tho afternoon 1313 Starck Bids'., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. request that patriotic meetings, be his fingers pricked. If anything can In every city, town and hamlet do away with tho poison bottle danheld throughout the land under tho gen- ger, this remedy should. It would be eral direction of tho Secretary of a slmplo matter for evoryono having tho Treasury nnd tho Immediate di- such a bottle in his home to mako rection of the Liberty Loan com- a tiny cross of the kind described mittees which havo been organized and fasten it to tho cork of the dan- by tho Federal Ileservo hanks. Tlie' bottlcg peoplo responded nobly to the call of tho first Liberty Loan with au Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ovor subscription of more than GO Let tho rspouso to tha With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they is a woman in this per cent. cannot reach the seat of tlio disease. It hardly seems possible that there second loan be even greater and let Catarrh Is a local disease, rreatly Incountry who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. tho amount bo so largo that it will fluenced by constitutional conditions, and In order to cure It you must take an remedy. Hall's Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial alter all the evi- serve as an assurnnco of unequalcd Internal taken internally Catarrh MediIi end acts continually being published, proving beyond support to hearten tho men who are cine blood on the mucous surfaces ofthru tho tho dence that is system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was Let contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved to face the flro of battlo for us. em fircscrlbcd by one of the best physicians You can be a success, and a big success, if you have years. It Is comso Improsslvo and ' more suffering among women than any other medicine in the result beIt will eeho throughout posed of some of for best tonics known, the phatic that AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. combined with some of tho best blood world. the perfect the empire of our enemy as an In- purlllers. The .In Hall's combination of the Ingredients Catarrh MediThe road to success is easy if you- are' properly Mrs. Kicso Cured After Seven Month's Illness. dex of what America intends to do cine Is what produces such v.omlorful results In catarrhal conditions. Seivl for 111. "For so ven long months I suffered to bring this war to a victorious con- testimonials, free. propared. A Business Education is the chief requisite llllllliiMllllll I frm Aurora, trouble with severe pains in my back clusion. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. n foiimlo All Druggists. 70 I could hardly for preparedness. The big nion of today almost withand sides until I became- so weak "For tho purposo of partlclpatlne Hall's Family Pills for constipation. walk from chair to chair, and got so nervous I In Liberty Day colobratlons all emout exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. WOUlU jump at 1110 BHgliiesc nume. i nua uHiuuijr ployes of tho Fodoral Government -!ll1H&W V I until, iij uu jiijr iui.ov. ,.w..., --- t Croup. , servcountry whoso Wo prepare you for tho position that, are wuiting are subject to over being well, when my sister asked mo to try throughout tho If yeur children took ices can bo spared, may bo excused croup got a bottlo of Chamberlain's I Hill IEliSiaLlll I Lydia E. rinkham's Vegdtablo Comiund. for tho prepared man or woman. School aji session of at 12 o'clock, tho tweuty-fourt- h '. i SIX bOttieS aiKl Ulll.iy I ui a. uiiwiuj nuimii Cough Remedy, and whon tho attack October. do my own housowork. I wish every suilering tho entire year. Pupils may enter .at any time and comes on bo careful to follow tho woman would try Lydia a. J'uiKnams veguiauio "In witness whereof, I havo hero- - nlnln printed directions. You will ' n..,r,m,i nnd find out for herself how good jun'to set my hand nnd cnuted tho receive proper classification. t ...... ! . ... a ivil-ow- , uvv Vrvflli Ara --Anmm. 111. bo surprised at tho quick relief which r.nrt . ......, i.'.an iiuiiu l IS. i, JlllS. iVAISl. ,senl of tho United States to bo nf- - it affords. i i. ,i m lied. , Hxed. Could Hardly Get Off Her "I want you to know tho good Lydia E. Pink. j "Dono in tho District of Columt A Puzzling Problem. ComiHiund has dono for mo. I was in such bad clay of October, In hardly get oil my bed. I bia, this twelfth could "Yes pay too high for tho things health from femalo troubles that I ami liny mother said 'I want you tho year of our Lord, ono thousand for a long time ad , nine hundred nnd seventeen nnd of wo uto," said Mulligan to his wife. .' bo I di.l.and it K Pinkham's Vegetable Comiioum to do my liouso woik tho lndopcndonco of tlwo United "Can't yez find u grocery where thoy totrv woman. 1 nm able has certah y n ado mo a well (Incorporated) sell things lower?" expected and vl!fib& j States of Amorlca, ono hundred nnd "No, Mlko," responded Mrs. Mulli; Iand I want others o know what gan. "There do bo some places that Josie Copnek, 1008 Harrison Ave., (Signed) "Ily tho Prosldont: OWENSBORO, KY. Comiwund has dono for me."-3- Ira. sell things hlghor than othors, but "WOODKOW WILSON. thoy soil 'rlto to Lydia 13. Phdcliant '' "ltOnEKT LANSING, Secretary of I thoro do bo none whore Lynn, Mass. Your loiter will bo opened, State." thow lowtr."' commence. ! practiced 1 iii Mothers Know That Genuine Castorsa ;' Always Betrs the Signature of to-da- y. M . Vl it-v- No-yo- n: In ,,,,.,, ,.,. ,., -. !. ConSpaL-onnndDtarrjoc- i. se For Over J - Thirty tears. frn g. GASTI ! Or-iie- rs - : - .,. Starck Pianos ot'ity s , iat nt A S200 mMMmmm ill three-quarte- rs i t)" lgt ... ,.,,,, 30 -- MW FREE -- . h J A Medicine rcrw Player-l'lano- men Second-han- For Forly Years Lydxa E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound has Relieved the Sufferings of Women. You Can Be You Whatever want To Be 4, - "" i, .., ..,' til InmivBtto Win I IBP ; . i Mil Hie R?BffteS iu strict forty-secon- d. .MIfeaW3h 2io Sad ami niJvcml by n woman and held tins on or oft tho train. Laughter FORDS VIIXK SCIIOOIj pair ATTRACTS LARGE CROWD WOMEN ORGANIZE TO AID and brcoxy, sunny, fragrant air Brcet you. It Is moroorer a place of sano, FIGHT FOR LIBERTY FUND Tho 8chool Fair hold at Fordsvlllo natural outdoor Joys In surround(By I. D. Claire.) ings of homely comfort or of luxur- Saturday, was an unqualified success. Delegates to Washington Conference you prefer. It Tho weather was ideal, nnd tho crowd Tell of National Meeting Worn. Tlie folks who paid that Hartford ious oaso, whichever a thine of tho pa3t is a locality of ancient and hondra-bl- o wns larger than at any provloua meeten's Clubs Enlisted. "fairs" wore traditions and tho natives aro ing of tho kind. Tho schools of tho hadn't noticed that hunch that Bathcounty were well represented and ers round tho post otllco about 4 descended from holders of the soil Tho Women's Liberty Inn commit-tojslnco tho first days of tho white set tho exhibits of tho pupils wero unof tljo Eighth Federal Reserve Diso'clock every ovenln'. telephone directory is issued at tler. They mnKo you weicomo wim usually good, Below is n partial list trict held Its first meeting In Its headquarters on the fourteenth floor of tho t!irr.-iIs nuttin' on nomo'n stately, southern hospitality, and of tho prize wlnnersS i.m frequent intervals for the information and Reading. Boatman's Bank Building In St. Louis. good shtows, hut Kdltors have put at your disposal tho best rrackin' Miss Florence J. Wade, chairman of public. First grado Mary Vinip. benefit of the telephone-usin- g homo land affords. Every re- rpi,nn,a n,,,i Tiniov wim't say , llMlll.n ...... - tho Eighth Federal Rcscrvo District, Second grado Annlo Aull. It becauso Ed won't give sort nnd every old plantation homo thing about ancestral oaks Third and Fourth Mriry Nancy presided. Is Bhadcd by age-ol- d 'cm any passes. .Miss Wndo nnd Mrs. Philip N. vines, Wilson. and grown ovor with trailing effort is made to keep this list Moore, chairman of the Women's ComFifth and Sixth Edith Howell. Mil roses nnd perennials; and they nil candidates feel Tho Republican ., confer-enc- o mittee of Missouri, attended n WAtprfl. at tlin ' is expected .1- ...lt- - Innlr nil ntrnp lin- r. IIIkIi School. accurate and i rcrtnlll ntlcl lUO uoramrami tuiiui of tho National Women's LibBest Apron (hand mndo) Lillian erty Loan Organization sido 'dancing waves, tho scudding snlls, dales feel so blue that neither Committee telephone-user- s will it before tho beach nnd the surf. If you can't Truman; second best, Catherine Tru- - Washington, D. C. Mrs. William (!. will give a feller a drop. find happiness down theru in the man. McAdoo Is chairman of this' commit, call for an incorrect making calls. and among tho Host threo biscuits Gladys Mason. tee. With tho approval of this consti.vn Mnv says If somebody will golden sunshine Rest original story May Mount, ference, Dr. Anna Howard Shaw sent number causes delay and possible annoyfurnish tho dog ho will furnish tho countless diversions and attractions out h letter to every Red Cross orand they will both lmvo of that playground, don't go south Hartford, .Ky. pohsums ganization, Council of Defense, and .- -., Best piece of crochet work Sallle in the winter expecting to find your ance to a third party. meat. urg-- j rouu v.unservniion "Promised Land," for you'll havo Emma Carden. Ing them lliat'They have their Best liomoniauo candy unmet hrtPd llftVfttrt hn nnllfn HinMlli mem--n. ' By a funny decision of the Court only your troublo for your pains. No f wv nu till; tlitll U lliUlllil Ul UC spot exists nnd greater Min- Young; second best, Louise Smith. Avoid inconvenience to all conof Appeals In tho Ohio county mag- -' choicer tobcr to the disposing of tho Liberty Is not to bo found. The winter Best poem Irene Odell. Loan. Dr. Shaw argued that It was isterial redisricting case, the Dem-lfo- rt cerned by looking up telephone numbers Miscellaneous. essential that tho war bo financed ocrats win tho case and tho Rejnib- - climate Is Ideal, not uncomfortably warm, but moderate nnd bracing, Best written Ten Commaudmcuts above all other activities nnd urged llcans get tho offices. I in the directory before calling. putting snap and ginger into tho sys- Cntherlno Davidson. that all women engaged in patriotic, n Best parcel post packngo Chris- civic, religious, educational and social an. or- tern. Tlio government has Issued Touring nlong the Gulf Coast Is tine Ford; second best. Murry Hale. work devote all of their energy and travelers going der prohibiting time to this great nnd ossentlul moo-nicnWhen yon Telephone Smile Farm Products. ?5,S00 one of tho ways travelers tako to find abroad to take moro than Will Best threo stalks of tobacco with them, and Tinsloy has given up their own particular choice and for In attendance were: Mrs. Philip N. this purpose tho train servlco of the Griffin. his prospective trip to Europe. is) Best twelve ears of corn Harvey Moore, St. Louis, Stnto Chairman & Nashlvlle Railroad Louisville Missouri; Mrs. Gilford Dudley. Nash You can stop every- - Marlow; second best, Clarence Smith. There Is somo consolation In three 'convenient. ville, State Chairman, Tennessee; Mrs. AND beginning at Mobile, and stay Best sample pryor tobacco Ethel Donald McDonald, Louisville, ceiit postage. Wo won't get so many where, Stnto in few hours, a few days or as long as Marlow. ,l,lns Incorporated Chairman, Kentucky; Mrs. Howard T. (you wish. It is a fascinating vaga- Best pumpkin 7.. C. Daniel. Nar- - Willson, VIrden, Stato Chairman, Illi .1. HUNTER MATTHEWS, .Manager, llarlfortl, Ky In an interview by a reporter for bondage that will bring you cventu- - rows, Ky.: second be3t Tom Hardls-tbl- s nois; Mrs. M. P. Hollnnd'Clarksdale. State Chairman, Mississippi; Mrs. C. paper Hog Caseblor said about ally to the place of your ultimate de- - ter, Narrows, Ky. II. Iliown, Little Rock, State ChairBest pigs, under six months old all he knew was, "It was getting sire. You can, also. If you chooso. man, Arkansas; Mrs. Fred McCulIough. ' sll'P your motor car to Mobile and Harvey Ford". mighty "dry." go In for regular touring along the -- ey. We bought livo carloads of Farm Waons Won. Dest molasses Charlie Cralg;sec- - Fort Wayno, Stato Chairman, Indiana. All of tho county chairmen of Illinois good and tho 0nd best, Myrtle Browu. ltAIil) KNOB. gulf the roads aro all the recent advances one car of Columbus Wagons also met In St. Louis Saturday afterMr. M. Stoinchlleld and Mr. Guy country is fascinating In the extreme. Best composition on Kentucky noon and received instructions from and one car of Oweusboro Wagons, and will make you Evansvlllc, Intl., visited History lends Its background of fact Ernestine Ralph, Itafferty, of their State Chairman, Mrs. Howard a close price. Write us, or come to see our line of relatives and friends in this nolgh- - to a long list of interesting traditions District bringing the largest T. Willson, and District Chairman, wagons. Mr. and romaiUic legends concerning this bor of pupils. Highland school, 76 Miss Florence J. Wade. a few days last week. accompaniedMr. locality, and the "atmosphere," while pupils. Miss Ethel Muffett, teacher. George Taylor Parties wanting t wagon on time, until the presThe women have outlined a compreStoinchlleld homo in his car for a few wholly American, has tho foreign Ila- - ' Odell school, 72 pupils present, hensive campaign which Includes nil ent crop is marketed, by making a satisfactory note, jvor in sufficient degree to give it dl- - Miss Rosa Brown, teacher. days visit, c of tho women's clubs, church organcan get their wagon now. izations, lodges, and other women's Prayer meeting Is progressing nice- - vcrslty and variety. Topographical-- ( High School Athletics. Write us at once for prices and descriptive circuy, ly at tills place. Mr. Newton Hav-.id race Leonard Young, activities. the coast lies low and curving, lars, explaining fully all the particular advantages Saturday night, and Mr. rising gently toward the hinterland,! ens led last race Harvey Ford. . each wagon has, Write today. E. P. Sandcfur appointed to lead next which is forested with pines, broken ORGANIZED FORCES JOIN Saturday night. Jin the clearings, by rich and produc- Mr. Earl McClellan, of Lewisburg. LIBERTY BOND CAMPAIGN The shore line is and Miss Maude Shults, of Narrows, Mrs. J. H. Torrence sprained her tive farmlands. very badly on Monday of last, much indented, the numerous bays, were quietly married at the homo ankle Incorporated The St. Louis women's commlttco week and is unable to walk at this "bayous," "sounds" and lakes giving 0f the brido, Tuesday. Mr. McClnl- la seemingly endless and writing. lan is a prosperous young business of the Liberty Loan Organization Is JAKE WILSON, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY Lying off the shore ninn of Lewisburg. Logan county, and working under the able direction of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crowdcr and jnB waterscape. spent Sunday night 3 a line of Islands, forming the out- - Miss Shults is the daughter or Mr. Mrs. John H. Holllday as chairman. daughter, Irene, of with his parents, Mr." and Mrs. Tom ,er bulwark of Mississippi Sound, and j0e Shults. Miss Shults has been Mrs. Holllday has the organizations doing war oT Mt. Pleasant. - all women's Crowder, fronting this are the resorts that fur several years ono of Ohio coun- relief work. FORDSVILLE. boon visiting ills brother, Prof. o Mr. Leslie Albln and family, who imVe been famous since ty's well known and popular teach- Mrs. B. F. Bush, state president of Mrs. L. t. . i'Ouiu, of Cnneyvllle, J. W. Kirk. was living on Mr. J. W. Taylor's farm,' tionary days tho towns which be- - ers. tho Women's National Council of DeMr. Lou Gililm has been elected has moved to Rosine. jgan as of the French colonies, begun fense, who has organized 10G of the j wns tho guest of her daughter, Miss trustee of this district. Mr. Guy Payton is in Louisville under tho brothers de Bienville and 114 counties In Missouri effectively, May Pool, Sunday. Renfrow & Weathorford lmvo reMr. Ben Shnln, wife and baby, ot nnd tins a live working organization seeking employment. d'lberville. Advertisement. STRAY STREAKS. . in each ono of these counties nnd 375 Short Creek, Ky., who have been ceived a carload of salt. is Mr. and Mrs. Loney Johnson towns through the state, placed this visiting Mrs. Shnln's parents, Mr. Mr. Dock White and wife, of Can- (By Fluke McFluke.) visiting his sister in Bowling Green j Mules For Sale. working force at the disposal of the and Mrs. David Howard, of this ' eyvllie, spent Mondny night with at this writing. x nave two work muies, 8 and 9 Liberty Loan Organization. place, returned homo Monday. l'rof. nnd Mrs. J. W. Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith spent Sat- rs ol(, 16 ,mmls ,llgh( for.salo, Mrs. Ernest Stix of tho St. Louis J- - W. MKirk ntetnded the daugbter.Mrs. Dargajn lr takcn at once. Mr. Ed Qulsenbcrry left Saturday urday night with their Equal Suffrage League repudiated the for his home in school fuir at Fordsville Saturday. Hunter. Ark. F. L. Taylor and family. T wade ktrattow 1fi.. statement recently made by Mrs. O. Mr. P. C. Cooper, of Owonsboro, j Kv. G. W. Chappln. of Missouri, Many of the farmers lost some cano Hartford, Ky., Route 5. H. Havemeyer at a meeting of tho Is holding a protracted meeting at was here Saturday. this fall by frost. Woman's Party at Baltimore, and de.Mr. will Park went to Narrows ' ""J scnooi nouso. Mrs. Maude Austin and little son, clared thnt tho Woman's Party did RESOLUTIONS. Oral, spoilt Saturday night and Sunnot represent tho National Woman's Friday. BEAVER DAM. Mr. John II. Smith went to Owens-b'or- o Suffrage League, that suffragists were day with her sister, Mrs. J. Torrence ' Born to tho wifo of Mr. Slgsby Whereas; Bro. A. D. Litchfield working for Liberty Loan Hands and Saturday to see Ills brother-ln-Ityv- r, and family, of near Cromwell. McKennoy, Octohor 10, n girl. assigned to the Methodist doing other war relief work. who Is very ill. Mr. Sen Williams is orectinc him-i:,Mr. nnd Mrs. Tim Taylor, of Peoria, The Equal Suffrago League of Stt Kcv. O. A. Dlmmlck, of Illinois, self a new dwelling houso where tho1cll,,rch ot Hartford. Ky.. and for this reason must move from our midst Louis has an organization in each of preached at the Christian church, III., returned homo In their car, Friold dwelling stood. the 20 wards nnd 500 precincts with Sunday morning and night, In tho ab day, after a visit to Mrs. .Taylor'.i Mr. E. P. Sandefur bought several therefore bo It an efficient chairman in each ward sence of tho pastor, parents hero, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wll- Resolved; That the members of . packages of fine watermelon seed and and precinct. This force Is now at a Dally service has been established ianis' planted them last spring and nico, the Ministerial Association of Glaswork in disposing of the Liberty Loan A,r8' " l" ""'""Ko is being vlslt-tofoKy., (At rural mall route No. 3. which hero- nourishing vlnor., but tho melons gow, T..w tw express tliolr sincere reBonds in St. Louis. ....... n ..... .. Cl1 .ml.... """' rtf r. CM. tin- u'18 wc'ek b' ,,or "ther. Mrs,, h "' " """has been " "' "'" ""'"" turned out to bo about " women speakers will . . .. . ... - flfilt.' nf nvftrNluirf " rrf,nti thetic minister of the tiospel, a " Mr. muri joiics, i.ouisvuic, visitcitrous. It was supposed tho teed " Join forces with the ,,orn t0 t,, wlfo of Mr- - Oeorr Christian gentleman, a friend of the camo from Germany. men nnd speak In tht motion picture ed Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. it. . unuuw 4U, u ui,,, high and low; rich and poor, old and v-Jones, this week. houses and other places for four minKt,l,n w"fl" Wo young, and a loyal citizen. nccompanled Hit Tho Spot. Mrs. Alfred Hnwes. of Louisville.' m utes on tho Liberty Bond during the Publishers Hartford Republican, heartily commend him to tho brethtest of tho campaign. lias been visiting friends and hor 8lsler' Mrs- - T,m Tlor. to hor vlio wlierc sho will ren and citizens of his new field and, rolatlvcs ut this place, has returned l,omo ut I,eora. Hartford, Ky. "ml0 l,cr tt vlslt- Your paper as an ad- judging from his scholarly ability to her home. Gentlemen: GERMANS LIBERAL; Mr- - 0rvlUo HoiIko' ot "droit, is vertising medium reached tho spot, and constructive work accomplished Mr. G. Davis Royal, rural mall car- U.'S: PUT TO TEST rier on route No. 1, Is taking his va- - vlsltl"B "Is father, Mr. John Hodge. you will please cut out all lo- wliilo In, Glasgow, Ky., wo predict ho, ' mis wcok. , cals I lmvo in tho paper and send bill great things for hint in Ills next j cation. Tho little four year old son of Mr. charge and rapid, forward strides for Germany nnd the United States are I may icinlt. Mrs. C. E. Miller spent Sunday and to that nnd Mrs. Will Stevens died Sunday embarking ulmultaneously on an tho pcoplo about to come under his Mondny In Owensboro, Yours truly, Monday In tho Pux- to their people for more of tlio ministry. JOHN T. JACKSON. Mr. C. 11. Cnrden sh'lpped u carhul !"'"' WB wherewithal to carry on tho war. ton gravoynrd. Tho twin hrothor of (Signed) E. W. ELLIOT, i of stock to Louisville this week. i G. M. PULLIAS, It is the second undertaking ot tho Till RKAL'TIFUL GULF Miss Lila Wallace, who has been tho child died about a year ago. United States Government und the '.ibiting her uncle, Tom Wallace, near Miss Etliel Williams visited her I. D. S. KNIGHT. COAST REAL PLAYGROUND , (About up to tho standard). Editor. seventh for tho peoples of tho Ger-- Hurtford came homo Friday. Glasgow Republican. RrnudinntJer'nt Taylor Mines Saturmanic states. . . . Wo lmvo inThe beautiful tiling about the Gulf Mr. John Barnes, of Beaver am, day and Sunday. creased our supply of gold since l'JH Mrs. Jess Fuiiun and baby, of Coast, between New Orleans and attended the school fair hero Saturby tho sum ot $1,200,000,000, whllo Greenville, visited hor aunt, Mrs. Pimsacoln la that it Is a real playGermany is in such a plight for ade- day, and delivered an address in tho WHICH TUNE WILL HE LISTEN TO? Fred Coopor, hero tills week, ground, summer or winter a playquate gold supplies she has been com- interest of (ho Liberty Bond issue. Geo. William Barnes nto a birth- . ground for northern folk from Nopelled to ask her people to turn in Friends und rolatlvcs of Mr. David their rings, gold watches, trinkets and Howard avo him a surpriso dlnuer . (,ay (U,mer w,th ,,u, Uo vember to May, and for Southern ""iaso You other gold ornaments,'' that tho dimin- Sunday in honor of ills COth birth- Monday. during tho summer months. ishing gold supply might bo replen- day. Miss May Sandorfur spent tho night can't nsk for much more of placid ished, und yet tho supply has. fallen with Miss Lourono Stevens Saturday naturo than has been expended on Tho school fair hold hero Saturday, to a point where tho Imperial Bank's night. the gulf littoral between New Orholdings are lower now than at any, 'vas very successful In every way. Mr. Moso Maddox and Mr. Martin leans and Pensacola. There aro pluo Tho weather was Ideal, a largo crowd time since tho summer ot 1915. woods, forests of llvo oaks, nil mos3 wus present and much Interest was Flonor, who uro working at Camp Tho contrast between tho positions Taylor, visited their families horo hung und mysterious, long stretches of the two nations is striking und' yet manifested In regard to tho work of Suiulny ot winding, shaded roads, woodland off in her ap- the school Germany has started Mr Frank Cooper, who has been paths, quaint southern hamlets und peal with no rebuffs. The people, sick, Is able to bo out on tho street galty modern resorts teeming with pinched and suffering from all manSINNVDALE. again. ner of privations und burdened with and active life; lovely retreats whoro Mr. Oth Gnbbort has returned to day sorrows for loved ones lost at sea or you can swing In a hummock all Ho was acAdministrator's Notice In battle on land, are comlug forth ills work In Indiana and drowse In tho narcotic air,. And All persons knowing thenmclvcs infor tho seventh time und laying their companied by Arthur Goss und Ivan water, tho there is tho sparkling suvlngs on the altar of their country Davis. debted to tho ostnto of John Morton, beach, tho surf, boating, fishing Miss Mubci Daffron j'.uvo a "tnck-ey- " (colored) doceasod, will conio fortor sacrifice. nnylhing and everything that calls party Saturday n'ght. Every ward at onco and settlo, and all por-soWith us there will not and cannot Iron) the (alt waterside. bo any commandeering of baviugs as one rejio'U a plcasart tlmo. having claims ngalnst tho said & Going Bouth on tho Louisville In Germany, but our people must heed Mrs. W. A. Clark and Miss Besslo ostato will present same, pronerly Nuhhvillu Rullroad, aftor you leave only the promptings of patriotism and lmvo boHii visiting relatives In Ow- - proven, to mo on or before Novom- Mobile, it is Impossible to escape devoted allegiance to the flag and the jensboro for i.everal days. her 1, 1917, or thoy will bo forovor tho infection of Joyous living, oven to inspire them to buy Government Mrs. L. J Blanche nnd chlldroirur? barred, CHICAGO DAILY NIMK Liberty Bonds. Thy capital Is iieru if you wunted to do that. At every visiting. at Millport, Ky. R. B.'MARTIN, Adrar., lu abundance. V- - fNywTfT Mop throngs of people aro going and Mr. S, L Kirk, of Fordsvlllo, lias UU Hartford, Ky. ago alike, got- cowing youth uud UK ADS OIMHjY STRUNG. Be Sure of the Numbeij Before Calling The o ... .. Every up-to-dat- e. It I that consult A ; Ul-i- s t. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY num-borho- ; 400-yarlCO-ya- rd Fordsville Planing Mill Co. h'-'r- J pre-revol- I j b(-'- as ro one-fourt- "Four-Minuto- "Four-Minute- .... I rT J j up-pe- '"H-10'- -- ns