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JfottfrrcD DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS mnnla, 320,000; Sorbin, .100,000; Belgium, 300,000; Grccco, 300; Portugal, 200,00; Montenegro, 40,000; Slain, 3C.O0O; Culm, 11,000; nnd LI- liorla 400. San Mnrlno and Pana- 'Jiin nlho havo small forces under I KepnMicm Subscription $1 per Year No. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1917, IT FAILURE TO FILE OP t $7.-.,o- COUNTY l A! nn Military exports ilo not regard Gray- !ianloI''Mr?.T,H- - Dupec-Letheso figures as entirely nccuratc but XKAit subscribed Nichols, S. O. Maple, Sr., FREXCH SOLDIERS OX AISXB AT CLOSE OK VESTER- -' beliovc tbey represent in round num-- t FROXT MAKE FIERCE Hayden & McDaniol, A. T. Baker, WAV. 'hers tho comparative strengths of tho ,. r ATTACK. Itodney Hold, Jas. Browning, It. D. armies as nuinisuca re- Itobertson, J. C. Durall, Mrs. M. A. I iccntly. The War Department has A. Mc- many confidential SUCCESSFUL , reports on the CAMPAIGN 7,500 PRISONERS TAKEN forces of the Allies and considerable) CENTERTOWN Ue Mason. Lee data concerning enemy armies, but Many Aro Eager To Take All Possl. Bennett, E. S. Barnes, Jno. II, Wood. this Information is not made public S. W. Bllbro, G. H. Ashby, W. II, bio To Pay For When Proposl-thi- n for military reasons. Bean, Mrs. Arblo Bean, E. M. Mor- Anil Kiioriuous Supplies of War Ma Is Understood. teiinl Iiito Hands of Germany nnd Austria have made ton, J. It. Addlngton, E. E. Bishop, ovcry effort to conceal the precise .Allies. Mrs. E. E. Bishop, Alvin Howe, Mrs. numbers of tbolr armies, but careful The drlvo to place Ohio County's Alvln Itowe, Farmers Bank, Wat Tav- estimates of allied military intelll L. C. Taylor, F. O. Coffman, Nat " genco departments have placed the""0,''1 ". of BO.000, Paris, Oct. 23. In ono of tho mTV J ,n cs: swiftest nnd most dashing total at about ten i"iii,on' w,tu blows of the ! T 55 Overton ninny's force more than double the war tho French troops y . county In tho past few days. There is Name Will Ap- trla's. And Not a smashed through tho Gorman lines -- R. OLATON L. Arms, C. B. Lybut little, if any doubt to the full OI1K. north of the Alsnc to a depth of Nov. 6. on uoing subscribed for, at the .iniouui moro than two miles at ono point, LIST OK !I7 CERTIFIED SELECT- -J. .?. James. inflicted heavy losses on the enemy IIV THE DISTRICT BOARD closo ot tho can'Pa'sn, which hns CERALVO Clarence James. jbeon managed by tho commltteo of . CROMWELL Oscar Allen. E. W. and captured moro than 7,500 prisThrough an unfortunate oversight, cratic candidates should employ Thorn nrn vi.t Jr. nmn in 'inkers, of which John II. Barnes, of Jackson, Jno. W. Flcncr, Mips Ola oners and twenty-fiv- e heavy guiis-anor more probably through the advice Itepublican lawyer to look nftor the 'complete the list of Ohio county's 1!eavcr Dani ls chairman. When Stewart, J. J. Stewart, field guns. Dr. Henry small amount of Smith, W. T. of an unskilled attorney, the Dem- legal affairs of tho ticket. quota to the draft army. Tho call ner,solls wlth Several important villages' also Hudson. nloney which they can possible spare, Tho Democratic wlso owls held for the last number hns not vet been ocratic candidates failed to flic their McHENRY Hayward Plrtle, W. fell into tho hands of the French, 0 certificates of nominations with the n meeting Wednesday night and the following names havo aro Inatl t0 understand the nature i). Ttciienor, L. L. Stewart, Guy D. according to ,the War Offico an County Court Clerk fifteen days be- elded to lustltuto court proceedings been certified by tho district board 101 ule Ioan callca for br Ule Govern- - Stewart, nouncement Jno. K. meiu ana tnat tlio bonds aro tax free, Park High School, Stewart, Central fore the election, as required by to try to rectify the blunder, and for servico when the call Is made: Tho text reads: Interest bearing at tho rate of four taw, as result of which not a single will push tho matter through to tho Albert Taylor, Echols. G. M. Burton, C. M. SIMMONS "North of the Aisne the attack per cent, payable Democratic candidate, county or dis- Court of Appeals at once. Howevare Mallam, Mrs. C. M. Mallam, Mrs. Henry Chambers, Whltosvlllo. which we launched this morning degocerally ready und In ninny Iner, we think, the court proceedings appear on tlio ballot trict, will Tallle T. Hcilln. Simmons. stances, anxious to take. theso bonds Jako Southard, Erwln Clay Brown, veloped under extremely brilliant G. aro a with view undertaken Govoy Hlnes. Rockport. M. F. Chumley, Guy Ranney, Jake conditions. Notwithstanding mist in'such amounts us they are able to Southard, single can- to allay Numerous Instances of the storm 'of In Cecil Rhoades, Hartford, R. C. Ranney,' E. J. Car- and rain our troops Myrtle pay for. attacked with In tho rank raised didates overlooking this Important dignation Nelson Blanchard, Simmons. ter, Q. B. Brown. admirable enthusiasm formidable Folowlng is a complete list, 30 duty have occurred, but this is the and file of the party rather than with Lesllo G. Shults, Ncafus. v PRENTISS Allen Gentry, Estill organizations of the enemy which far as we were ablo to et first case whore, to our knowledge, a any hopo of getting the names' of the Lowls F. Stevens, "Rochester. were defended by the best troops press hour, of all persons subscribing Taylor. county ticket has failed to candidates on tho ballot. The law wholo Lon B. Smith, Hartford, R. 6. NARROWS Lcc P. Miller, C. F. of Germany, supported by heavy fori tills tho second Liberty 'Loan, by Mtiallfy for a place on the ballot. The In question is mandatory, and simiWIlllo Tucker, Fordsvillo. Boswell, W. G. Muffett, A. R. Ren- - artillery. Uncle Sam: DemtakIncident created a sensation in . lar cases havo been repeatedly Geo. Dnvis, Beaver Dam. Troops Smash Forward. BEAVER DAM W, S. . Likens, frow, Mrs. Ora Renfrow, Dr. D. H. ocratic circles, and it Is nrcdless to en up to tho Court of Appeals, and Arvll B. Stcarsman, Centertown. "In their first dash our soldlera say that the Democratic votors aro the decisions of that court have unan- B.JF. Cooper. Mrs. Dukie ' James Godsey,J- Mrs. D. H. Godsey, W. d Nathaniel Hudson, McIIenry. ' Loa1' Coppago, Stanley Phil captured the lino Indicated by . Gmrln .Tnmna r.. vigorously denouncing the unpardon- Imnllali linlfl fltnl n nnmllilnln wlm ' Cyrus Williams, Wysox. tho . d. h. Murott. j. quarries of Fruty and Bohery. Moh-.. ...w. 4 luunuil able stupidity of their leaders for docs not tile his certificate with tho A Grover M. Brown, Ceralvo. UlijJ. B. Renfrow. llttlo later Malmalson fort, in tho falling to get their candidates on the County Court Clerk fifteen days beer;'T. E. Cooper. Thelma Cooper, Edward Nail, Hartford. DUNDEE S. P. McDowell, J. B. center, fell into our hands. Mrs. Iva Cooper, Fred Cooper. Mrs. ballotK. An exasperated Democrat fore the olectlon, has finally and Barney Baughn, Beaver Dam. "Pushing their advance stilt furthcynically-- remarked thatx ho thought forcfelted his right to have his 'l,'incno Cjjoper. D. F. Cooper. G?u. Mitchell, J. E. Mitchell, Jno. R. Mosc- Ben II. Ferguson, Select. A.Uames. Jno. A. Taylor. R. P. Li- ley, Dr. J. A. Duff, Paris E. McDow- er, our troops, after a desperate enthat at tho next election the Romo- - n a mo nppcar on the olliclal ballot. Sam A. Collins, Echols. gagement, in which they gave proof kens. Miss Martine Taylor. John 17. ell. Chnrllo Williams, Echols. of their irresistible snap, drovo tho Barnes, Mra. John H. Barnes. Miss LITTLE BEND M. N. Harrcld. " Robt.E. Lee, Prentl3s. JBLUEGKASS HAS WINTER NO BARRIER Gilbert Westerfleld, Hartford, R.7. Anna Barnes. Malcolm L. Barnes, FORDSVILLE J. B. Westerfleld, enemy out of tho quarries of which had been partly Marshall Barnes. Frank Barnes. E. Miss Ava Westerlleld, Mrs. J. B. Lonnlo D. Vlck, Bea.ver Dam. P. Barnes & Bro., Ed. F. Barnes, Les- - Westerfleld, J. D. Cooper, J. F. Coop- crushed by our big shells. COAL FAMINE ON TO DRIVE OF ALLIES Arthur Rliodes, Hartford. "On tho left our progress was con Clydo W. Hawkins, Hartford, R. 0. lie Chinn. Vilas Peters. M. L Hud- - er, Bank of Fordsvillo, T. S. Ford, J. con, Koscoe II. Park. Rev. E. S. C. Mason, Buck Allen, Miss May tinued with the sdrae success, the Lester H. Wright, Livia. villages of Alternant and Vaudesson Moore, Mis. E. S. Moore. Mrs. W. S. Poole. HIco D. James, Centertown. tCANTIULIj ADVISES MIXES HE SECRETARY OF WAR RELIEVES remaining in our power, while on Likens. Horace L. Taylor. J. P. TayEugene Coleman, Cromwell. HARTFORD T. D. Duke, H. P. Itl'X AT POINT OF IIAV. TEL'TOXS ARE TO (JET LITtho right our troops carried their lor. Miss Edith Porter. Kenneth Taylor, It. A. Rowan, A, V. Dudy E. Dempsy, Llvermore. Rowan, ONET. TLE REST. Barnes, Biikhead Barnes. Mrs. Ada L. E. Chariot, W. M. Hoflin, Homer line onto the heights dominating Seth Riley. Hartford. Pargny-FIlalBarnes, R. M. Tichenor. R. W. Kins Milligan, Miriam Likens, J. I). Ford, Hartford. Mrs. S. J. Kneiny Losses Large. Otho Doxer. B. M. Jones. Sr.. II. M. Wedding, Ozna Shults, Bank Seth Rhodes, Hartford, It. 3. Washington, Oct. 23. Kentucky's of HartWashington, 23. Oct. Military "Finally, In the center, our troops Jones, Jr.. Miss Ella Honing, E. E. ford, J. H. B. Carson, Mrs. Hardin Riley, Hartford. Bluegrass region, on tho odgo of one experts Marvin here do not expect winter to Ronnls Bamctt, Reynolds. J,V3k Turtar. J. F. Casebier. Paxton, Case-bie- r, Ben, V. C. Elgin, J. E. Bean, L. P. drovo fresh enemy reserves .helter-skelt- er of tho richest coal fields In'tho coungreat allied drive against tho and captured, in a violent Harrison Maddox, Echols. Luther Chinn. Mrs. Roberta Turner, J. It. Pirtlo, W. H. Coombs, try, virtually Is without coal, Repre- halt(jurmans Secretary In the struggle, tho village ot Chavlgnon. Taylor, S. P. McKcnnov. C. P. Aus- McDowell Fogle, W. W. Gross Schroador, Hartford. sentative Cnntrlll, of Kentucky, to- Baker's weokly Flanders. war operaBrowder, H. review of Archie D. Maddox, Rockport. tin. Mrs. Angic P. Leach. Ormnnil F. Lowe, E. E. Biikhead, Mrs. S. O. At this point our advance reached, a day told tho Fuel Administration. tions issued last night discloses the iv lew omer names woro ccriineu iayior, ,ee Stevens, u. li. JCunimage, Keown, S. O. Kcown, E. Crahtrco, depth ot threo and a half kilometers I'rglng Immediate relief, he argued belief of tho War Department that for sorvlce, but tho local board was Lyman S. Taylor, Miss Glouvs Li- that If necessary the Kentucky mines, potency of material and men will enElis H. Foster, J. A. Caldwell, Ed- (about two nnd a fifth miles). "The enomy losses In the course of later ordered to hold up announce- - j kens, W. E. Travis, L. H. Render, W ward Likens, Mrs. J. A. Caldwell, F. where there were recent strikes, able) the British and French com- in en 1 penuiug appeals. A. Casebier, It. T. Taylor, Jr., Wilsio I... Fnllv- - Miss Ttnrllin Plillllno T tl tho day were large, in addition to tdmuld be operated at tho point of manders to triumph over natural ' C. Taylor, r nrtll-RlleW. T. Richardson. Mrs. Williams. W. S. TInsIoy. Emily Fair hoso ,nfllcte(1 tho bayonet. obstacles and coutiuuo forcing the IJL'V -. 1,000 ACRES OF Preparation. Tho number of Ophelia Leach. Miss M. Biichio Mr. Cantrill presented u telegram J. D. Iloltrook. 0. D. Dudson. lc7 euojny backward without waiting for P to the present SOUTHERN COAL LAND Leach, Geo. II. Barnes. Mis. Mary G. S. Holbrook. Mrs. W. T. Wood- - 1,riso,,ors counte(1 from his homo town of Georgetown, spring. Smith, W. C. Casebier. Billy T. ward, Mrs. Mury Logan. Miss Flor-- 1 oxcceds 7'500' In tho enormous which bald that snow was falling and; Knoxvillo, Tonn., Oct. 20. Pur- - Barnes, D. T. Black, H. W. Taylor, enco Logan, A. W. Logan. Mrs. J. A. iamo,lt r aterial captured wo havo there was not a Inmii of coal In tlioi Tho review touches for tho first ueavy iicin ran- ' ,lmo "on u, chase of a tract of fifty-foAmerican expcdltion-ihrougho'""'-v- o thousand Sherman C. Taylor, J. D. Taylor, U. Bennett. Elijah Thomas, Annie prevail Similar conditions Place. acres of coal land in Scott Coun- - A. Drlskel,, C. I). Drlskcl, MItchel ton Keown. his dlbtrlct, he said. At.1" forcos ,H Krdnco' ''eclnring ' "Notwithstanding tho unrarorablo Intensive ty, near Oneida, by A. II. Day and Homier, Dr. W. T. McKinnoy, K. S. o Lcxlncton the nowor plant funilbliliiir 1,lon- - attcr tl,ro """ weathcr.our aviators carried out with lights for the city and power for n training, aro In ofllcieut lighting trim John F. Shea, of Knoxvillo, has been Mclvlnney, J. D. Williams, R. B WILD CAT IS KILLED announced hero. Tho tract is said Peters, Dr. J. O. McKInney, Edgar NEAR FORDSVILLE audacity the missions imposed upon largo intcrurlmn electric lino had nnd splendid physical condition. them, their machines flying fifty me- In dwelling upon tho Importance to bo tho largest shiglo coal proper- - Barnard, Hallio Elliott, B. J. Hurt, heen forced to closo three times last ty In tho South und moro than $500,- - It. B. Jnrnngin, S. J. Reld, Grover M. ' of the battle of Flanders nnd Its Wo heard a report last week that torTs a,)VQitho week for lnck of coal. To glvo some Brown, Elvis Jtender, Mrs. Luther a real wildcat had been killed near' " ,rm"l";r8 "ol l" ur'8 a of rolipf; ho continued, city feet upon the moralo of the Germans, 000 Is involved in tho deal. '' rC,,CU troops UrO UOklillg nil tllO Five coal operations already havo Render, Miss Ara Taylor. Dr. P. T. Fnnlsvllln. l.nt tlm lnrv tho War Sociotary declares It is olllclals had confiscated coal In tho ,nail '" Monlay'B lrlv north yards, but were able to gat l'aront that tho German high com-o- been opened on tho tract and nddl- - Willis, Mrs. P. T. Willis, Victor H.I to us so improbablo that wo declln- -' Ba'"s ot cast Vnres' except at one place on maud planned tho recent expedition tlonal dovolopment work ls in pro- - Willis. II. W. Willis, Thos. C. Mar-Je- d to mention It. However wo aro . n car at a time, tin. Earl B. Chick, J. Mason Taylor, moro recently advised by responsi tho southern frlngo of tho Houtholst Fuel Administration olllclals said ngalnbt tho Rusalons In tho Rlgt see gress. Tho tract ls near tho Glon ,Mary Guy Taylor, Noblo Taylor, M. II. ble persons who saw tho mammoth forest, where tho Germans In a furl- nlor to Holster up morale and the recent strikes in Kentucky nnd oil guhers, and tho now owners ox- - Miller, Luther Miller, T. R. Black, feline that It was a genuine old time C0U"t,er attack ,frccd a sUsht ro' Tonuossoo wero responsible for tho moot impending internal difficulties. lliuim.ui. uy iiiu uriusil. By extending her lines In tho East, pect to sink oil wells thut will yield Mrs. Mary Hudson, J. M. Moore. It measured four feet and Wildcat. Hltuutlon and they promised to afford On the other fronts no important ROCKPORT A. B. Kevil. B. J. threo Inches from tip of nose to end ho adds, Gornmuy has morcly add- a productive flow. rollet' as quickly ns possible. ed to the length of her lino of comot tall, and was gray with ago. All engagements are In progress, except To Distribute Fuel. Its teeth woro missing execpt the four in tho naturo of bombardmonts. On Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 23. Kentucky munications and Increased confidence tho Julian front of tho Austro-Ital-la- n In tho final allied victory., Inrge ones used In grasping Us operators hero attending tho meettheater tho artillery activity proy. A Mr. Awbrey was out poso ing of the Coal Association luto toagain has becomo intense An Aus:t8,000,000 MEN UNDER sum hunting and shot tho animal afday formed a committee to tuke trian attack with Infantry In the Ca- ARMS, ALLIES 27,300,000 The failuro of all tho Democrats candidates to file their certificates ot ter his dog had chased it up a tree. charge of tho distribution of coal In region was repulsed by tho The farmers of the neighborhood .doro nomination is a problem difficult of solution. JOusteru Kentucky, whore it is said It ls hardly possible that Italians with heavy losses. Washington, Oct. 22. At least all the candidates, including Judge Glenn, a lawyer of ability, and the hud been missing fowls and small there ls n serious coal shortage. A million men aro bear- Democratic mauagors, should havo been ignorant of a law that has been for pigs for several mouths nnd their cominlttoo of ten operators represent- thirty-eigCOURT OF APPEALS ing each of tho five large districts of ing arms in tho war, 27,500 on tho yoars In force, und ono so vital to tho Interest of tho Democratic party and losses aro now accounted for. OX PLEA IX HA It sldo of the world allies and 10,600,- - its candidates. Tho condition is so utterly absurd that many Republicans tho section was appointed. Calvin Holmes, of Cincinnati, was mudo 000 on tho sldo of the Coiitrul Pow bellovo that it was a premeditated schemo for partisan advantage. NEW STEEL BRIDGE The Court of Appeals has Just ers, according to latest War DepartTho Democrats havo instituted mandamus proceedings in tho courts to chairman of tho commltteo. ACROSS PUBLIC DITCH handed down a decision In an ap from publlshod compel tho Clork to placo tho names of their candidates on the ballots, but Tho avallablo supply,- - which tho ment compilations peal by tho Commonwealth against reports in various countries. Thcao their attorneys know the caso cannot be determined in tho courts until after operators admitted had been deA new steel bridge costing $5,000 Tom Crowdor In which tho legality creased by recent strikes, will be dis- figures do not includo naval person- tho election. is In process of construction across of nn accused going before a magts-tiato- 's nel strength, which would raiso the It Is surmised that tho Democratic managers saw tho hopelessness of the public ditch, on tho Owensboro tributed among the cities where there or other minor court, contheir tlckot and dovlsed this schomo with tho hopo of having the election and Leltchflold road near Deaulleld. fessing a flno is a shortage. Every offort will bo total sovcral millions. and pleading that act Agalnbt Germany's 7,000,000, hold void by tho courts, nnd then going heforo tho people ut a special elec- Tho bridge Is built ot steel on u con made by the operators, it was said, in bar of further prosecution, Is clearto relievo tho ucuto situation in Lex- Austria's .1,000,00, Turkey's 300,000 tion with a plea thut tho Republicans wero lu'somo wuy responsible for the crete base. Judgo John B. Wilson. ly stated. Tho court held that such ington, Purls, Georgetown and oth- and Bulgaria's 300,000, aro urrayod Democratic misfortune Esquires Ben Rico and Ben Taylor a plea is a bar to furthor prosecution It appears moro reasonable to bellovo that it is 11 clumsy schomo to ac- aro the committee. er cities In tho section lying east ot tho, following armed forces; Russia. unless the commonwealth can show Franco, C.000; Great complish somo partisan udvantago than to think that alt tho Dmocrats in it.000,000; Louisville. ot collusion botwoon tho inferior court Britain, C.000,000; Italy, 3,000,000; tho county wero Ignorant of a plain statute, long In oporatlon, und Michigan believes it has enough nuil tho defendeiit, and tho burdou Hnow fell hero at intervals during Japan, 1,400,000; United States, moro to the appearance or the names of their candidates on tho salt to supply tho, world for 2,000 of proof Is on tho commonwealth tJ tho day Tuosduy. than 1,000,000; China, 541,000; Ru- years. show such collusion. e IS FATAL ERROR arms. Kevll, Ifadcn & McDanicl, Mra. E. Barnard. Mra. Zctta L. Reid. P. O.I McKcnney. J. A. Howard. Sr.. Mn.l sonic Lodge No. .'112, .1. I. Hosick, L. V. Hunsackcr, T. I'. Crowdor, .!. It. A. T. Baker.Earl , Cooper, J. I. Clark, 'Howard, V.. Harrell? Mrs. M. F. Mc- - A.prmfit Iir M I ft I III I I fJ F N 11 ULilllflflll LUILU BADLY SMASHED Democrats umit to rile Lertiiicates Nominations with Clerk Fifteen Days Before Election oiwendmg Stt AbiKis": THE LAW IS MANDATORY "d G-- Cn7.rm pear Democratic Candidates the Ballot at the Election or r:,ur ::T, s; to-da- - d semi-annual- ly er itat e c;o7 ;rrrf-ip- " w for-ov- or ' Mont-parues- se n. "" y. ut Mor-','uu,,"- :u a-- """ I nl n.l .i'' 'T NEGRO IN WOODPILE ht Indls-pensab- lo KMPra rig'- - mmmwrd i K5 vm fc jurors mm v, m . r 1 LOAW fkja't:'t &- . jjxxL ? VSSSSSS, SSS ' k Lad ies BO'n W&&mi2imm:m &mst? aaateeaeM VP toaaeW. iM tt,mn feS ? iCo C3 IS J. e 3k 1. 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HC?.-.k m Ky-,. m t k ! toilaur ateta jirtaairf viraetiaaw. T waM Vf acfl tfc lj, "i - t.. avaXafac rr at aaaft r GOT" Trfcxi j gj n;, IS the a Life OH'jatXMKST 70 FHAKK i M MM?,' Mff ' wv f " - m0, tew altief,f t.mimmK k U U CM) ,- . r tmk te smim. If - ' V i : -- HA '', ' f,t'rM Vt , "mm ' muHM.'-"r"f ' ' v ' Tim ' t' i,l4 M m; ? HtM2M wt Mmm)A MrMii lit ft' Urmt fr,r si4t4 i i4 jxtt iA tm " ft ta WM f tmnttt; fa a4 yy.. y. it r aA M, FlrJM'S SALcSMEK SPEKD - Loadea. DAYSELL1M6 UBcRTf EOKOS vmtruct for ljttt a vsaatecat ia n.-.-a -- " wmrr AU )a h ' - U Ut ill ', , .' '' i. i t't A tA$tf-paM'-'tU-. tkmjt U a. a H' taUmmt-iJL-m- t f ' wkoio A aa tat a4 ala aa taw tit toammrr tkngkfmt aajr U aia A4. P0fr, iKiraua Macwia b'Aaf t taa aci .a ' mmmt 4iiHMt ( 4 iMir tumm rw s tut l 'V; CwraaBwt w 1 W. rordaaia. a ' UaHkamU. af tai. Tlrtattr. f ;urt r Tbr are t a ikre? TarteOw t.t thra. ta aa4 aia taean ia id fa Cawaay, a! ti U icaaf. tim.tr mr uttv ta feu i 4as irt Oet aooka. Zth :M T f Was a Misery .'.'jr. F. Palmer. .'.' l?- -. Iia nniul r ltd Kt ecc ci 1 h.' I Hi matMiztiiumm iil 30CCC ' '. 4 - IHtd it 3DC 3CSOC J.H fALE ' i mivm mm ee ended '4 , THIS IS 70l7i? WAR ! 30U K&WTOK ALL TIME hb a i 'fill ORIf( R. COILE can b eioufct ' "Wy axfa tnt ibm b i',n Ii1 ) if-a- t tout 'i mtuu 4 lv,iA u.u )m u, i,4ni.4 tor. , ffitt t't , I u-f- tt ni - Uim e'l y, 'J 4, 'Ai ' ' I . tuinWut M a l) U, Mfctba M, M i, tump, U,fUA UtiAU Hut", t4 tu itnwuum m tAtu umim tit um i;M HIM, la aAAtmn tun a awU 'I UntfUf Um mma, "W ') )v utMtv Uj U Kivn to Mi III MM Hit (, It Ut. i I h .'-- 'iiiit'a 'til 4lV l lbt M )()( iti'i. a nouat wf 4 ! ' MfM r " ( (IH uua" W Im (trlSKiia rf (Ml aaittKU," HUwt i WJ ttfeatf tUnUttnl Uai ntul'ny uuii tmbituhy will Aii 'ifi'c o Misfit ii' iN) l M bfl wNlfc ! vrlUA t aK MiakiAic il i fto imi ftfl'lll faf l);t HlllHl'l' lt' if fcl4 Ilk MllIU H ! ( Wll W UV t li ((' inn !) JHlt fMf Ujl Hh, ICO it itH (Ilk llii'lVh IVI (Mil llll "lU-- lf i itit ZtMtli U i!m in I Hlin 111 i iM aii) itiih"i, KMiiiliia lii-- h'mil lit niiiii. iiii. ii'l I 'i H0t N 'tfhtlt tflWWWV iHi'MtMHW MMiMMWI rtwi ihiyi 44i i.; utunt fill ii l'i hum, t(r Plllill Klixll H tin yilMl I hiiuihU IKIW Hll'l iiimiiI flllV " foi'H li ilif mill," "ll iiumI Iih iiI'ImiI Hk Mlyf.ytM M l nviif oily a mi llhtllill I'iiK (Hi'ii m lllnMmitti4WI1tltttlMWH4llnm'Mtt' iyw 8UCCE8 10 U. J Af u in PfUUthtn OF LOAN VII AL ,, DEULAHE8 M'AUOU (iiimfit in mi null liiiiulM rlmliiK llm win ICxillmnitrd tut $,W0 I. mm in Itumfn yirtlH HH'i I I'ii Hum ill llio 'iliim iilli, MltU MtlU lit NlllliH Wjrfvlll., Ill, iiii)ii'i III' I' KfiVH Mil VliM.i fil M Wfiilli Ihl l ilB UtMJIIU'l itlliii I H III' IHintvn; III f H'i lit llll' ''(l imiib nimI i'ii liiiH"i Hit' i,m tinu , mill ni ,ili..i atittti It ll il'lii Hi K KMtlHI ll (IHlfc III llll i ili, tr Willi JiilliiMliy wmilil IiiiimIi Hi umlil or HiU iiiuiiiiy, Willi ilUMMiniim n 4llllH, l III" WMMllllK lilillIK VIlllH'll ll MiiH'liH) lit llm '1'ii'Mhiiiy MiiAUmi In IiIh Miii'HltlliK Ihhi of IIih foilitliy In llm IiiImi! ill Hit' Hiuuiiil Mliiuiy i'iiii'lil niii or i i l,HHl. II Ik Milll of Dim IJiillml IIiiiIh. In iiiliUuiiilllviJ," IIih Hni'iHlmy iln iIhii'm, "wlml U (iiiijinily win Hi In Dm I lili wlml U ll'i' woMli lii Mm imiii "II Uli i At s matter of fact Germany hat invaded the United State. Gerwvmy h- blown up munition factories and and bridK!i! in an effort to atop the exportation of uppJiea and mumuonx u the AUiw, 'o art a civilit'i being and Germany hat attacked and raped i'rttiMwn. Germany hat crucified ik'lj(ium and Belgium ia a part of civilization a noble part. Bo, it it juat a- - much yur var an it it Knland'o var, or Krance't or It ia even more your var than it in any an of thei nation for the reaiton that the United H(ate, of vhich you arc a part, wtarub for the bctt jn civilization arid the hijjhe&t in democracy. Countlea molJiT have acnt their soni to France to fight for you; countlett vivet have jjiveri up their hu&banda that you nifjjht be proiectcr, that democracy mitfht live. Vht urn you :vr,;; to do about that? Are you ijoinf; to fctand idly by vhile thexe men fijjht? They arc living iiji everything that ia dear to them. What arc you giving ii)? The leant you can do In the name of civilization and humanity and jimticc, the Icaut you can do for your God and for tbouc vho arc near and dear to you it to back up tile boy in the trenclieu, back up the Government itself, back up I'rcuidcnt ViIkoii, vho in Jjiving his bent for you, junt iih our boldirrn are perhaps giving their the leant you can do i to back up nil of thenc men and all of thcHR iufluericcfi by lending your money to the Government b rim dinning Liberty lioiids. Not w and iwxt tiny, not a week from now, but NOW. Tina in the time for you to nhow your patriot-ihiithin in the tune for you to allow that then! is red blood in yttur vuliiti; thin ia the time for you to ttpcak out against the GaniMii government'!! ravage of civilization anil - it at much your rt as if Germany bad Stau and attak'i ycrtt and yourt. it ymi wr. There invdd abtmt that xht It Ushcd rail-roadt eaata tad awlrei are ij a atta'Bta ta aaea haak. It ia reported frwa a Wasbiagton orreaaa4eal that the Oorerameat i sheet to preaaet ta a aew leather t i4. (bat of aark ah la la a er- vat of teata. a e7aM and aattefac-- j a o torr leather baa bee erotred from ta akin of theae flab. It U eeliet--- d there ia so reaaoa why aa indnatry aaa? aet be sroSublr turt-- i X -' a,. ra frora one r.onCt to the ... OiiL, tiics : "From the tirac tercd icJ3 wcauaoud 1 t '.1 iooi.ei w.ui I bearin.;-.- ,. cr-a- d next. su.'ijrcdwi:: ny .. a ' pa:n, until We torer;s a misery. 1 t.o. ; : k 1 cou!d net ensure ;.i pa:n any io?sr. ar.i 1 Rraac'ly get worse. Xoth-njsetnjcJ to i me un:.i, oue day, . I back anti ceddedto TAKE ! . C'arraHsm is Honei-cil- . M Mexico City. Oet. It The Coa-rof Molila ha rotee to bestow ("arranrn oa Fraaldeat Veaoatlaao the order of the Grand Crou of Ktij Dr. Fm C3 Ux rut-.uia'- . Usir will Uil that hacking cough that lingers from January Tb toothing pine ' lielMtraa loon tb phlegm, heals! Ih Irritatul membrane, the Klycer-1)i- h J'laa-Tar-Hon- lft fler m Couslis. . n a att :;i1 The Woman's Tonic " I look (our bodies, " Airs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully gay that I li.ive not a pain. . . " It hao now been two ycarscliiccltookCarilnl, and I am dill In 1;ood healtli. . . would advise any woman or glil to use Cnrititl uho j u sulferer fioni any lemalo roliuvi tbii tonder Hmum, you lirwttho eaulor anrl coughing ceases. Don't neglect a llngtring cough, it in dangerous. Dr. Hell's Ih antliieptlc and pleasant to Utku, benetlts young and old, get It at your drugglvt Formula on boltlo. 2Cc. 2 to-da- I i i'i:Kiir; Koi.iiii:it.s '..MI Chlrago, i.v trou." K.VOit.MOL'S TASK life-bloo- d I 'training ut Oct. 20. Soldiers In tins nlxtocn national army raiitouriiftilts In (ho United States lr H you suifisrpaln caused from womanly troiibL', or if you feel Hie need of u good sireuglheiiing tonic lobuililtipyotirttiii-duw- u system, lake Hie advice i; O Man, Man, IIiih ocfOirr.-.r..T.jio in your war and thin -- Ik your hour to act. llll IH'HlY IU tjci: socio: aono Jl ' appriixlriiatcly 2,500 carloads of food dally, urcordlng to statistics Klvmi out hnro by tho Jtallroad War Hoard ll Ih ustlinutod that at least flvil llllltlllu lif fiwul la iiiw1a,I ixi.Ii '' ; nay lor oucu or uio, i,uuu,uuu """! men, now (ruining for tho national army ami niitliniul uuanl illvluloim ... cf Mrs. Jones. TryC.tr-du- i. It helped her. Wo believe It will help you. Kl All Druggist 5 $ I.M M 2 1 V '. llulllOUll CXOCtltiVOH ant I'lvinn- R - v. vfeaVTrnfftftJfatJ," a J close uttctitlon to tho trnusiiartatlou WKMmWN1&ftV' jf j.a jz jjmi, uii, mmwmtmm&am mi GREECIAN DREAM ALMOST REALITY COUNTItV IIAKKI.V MISSISI) II IN INU ItlM.INd I'OWHIt IN ASIA Ion feet of be used. A lumber altogether will I ii.oi:. Athens- - A ii renin of empire wlilcli t tinlil have mndu (Sroccu 11 ruling IHiuur In Aslu Minor along the routn liunibc-rlaln's Viuk1i lleniedy TI10 In lliu Urn nt cnni" very ni'itr li;nj Most Reliable.' 'allzul at lliu onpiiitir; of the j- - .11 'After many years' experlenco In Kuropo This In JuhI been brought the use of It and other cough mediOllt With Olllcllll ('XIIClllORrt 111 ttlU 1III1SM cines, tliero nro many who prefer of diplomatic documents lalil Jifforo I'hamberlaln'n to uny other. Mrs. I'urllainunl, anil In statements liy A. I'. Kirsteln, Greenville, 111., writes, Premier Vonlzoloa and tlui Minister 'Cliamherlnln'fl Cough Hcmedy has of Foreign Affnlrs, M. I'olltls. boon used in my mother's home and I ) tlit territorial concessions mlno for years, and we always found which (Irocco could have acquired It a quick euro for colds and bronnl that tlino, M. Venizulos Bald: We find It to ho tho chial troubles. "I hud succeeded In obtaining tin) most rellnhlo cough medicine wo havo recognition of tho rights of Hellen- used." in Western Asia Minor. ism over And I can sny without exaggeration I.STAHS AND KTItll'Kii that tho day I received the communihuinc :iii:i:ics in pakis cation of Sir I M ward (irey speaking of very important territorial concesParis, Oct. 20. The Stars and sions on tho coast of Asia Minor, wns Stripes still stir up blc dcmoiutra-tlon- s u day of rejoicing ns keen as that of euthuslnsm in the French when tho trenty of, Iluchnrest wn3 capital, even tho months hava elapssigned, giving us Salonlkl, Mncedon-l- u ed bIiico the United States catered and now Greece. tho war. Scon Progress In (irowa. The grand finale nt the Folles "I who had known how small and tho other night, brought out fpidde (Ireece was onlv three or four tho flags and national anthems of onrs ago, saw tho Ntuplf.ting hound tho nllled nations a la George Cohan. slio was about to make. Thin little Tho Hrltlsh color and "God Save the (3 recce had now succeeded in occti-iv- v King," brought a demonstration and i h K n place) equal to that of the u lnrge number In tho audience rose Kre.it Powers In tho settlement of to their feet. Tho Italian, Hclglan, tho fate of Turkey which had been Houmaiilnn, Serbian, Russian and the npplo of dlHcord between the Portuguese Hags all brought apKliropeau Powers." plause. Hut aH AHla Minor was a field of Undo Sain had tho big place In the Vcnl-felo- s fjormau ambition and hope, II. tableaux. When a pretty girl strode) paid ho found himself opposed on the fctngo waving tho Stars and not only liy tho then King Constnn-tin- Stripes, and the orchestra swung into hut nlso by tho army General "The Star Spangled Hanncr," tho Staff, which, ho declared, "nerved a house went mad. A Canadian policy purely Germanic." And with proposed three cheers for tins this opposition, backed by tho King, Yanks. Uncle Sam received an ovatho opportunity hold out to Greece, tion that would have gladdened the to beconio a great Power In Asia ln.arts of Americans everywhere. Minor was finnly lost. o-- t M. Polltis, the Minister of Foreign Clear Your Skin in Spring. Affairs, gnvu some of the details of means Spring house cleaning i1ipm concessions, and told bov near cleaning Inside and outside. Dull they cimo to bolng realized in two pimply skin Is an aftermath of winformal treaties. ter inactivity. Flush your Intestines lleiiclirlal Policy Desired. with a mild laxative and clean out West-or- n "Such was the desire of tho the accumulated wastes, easy to 'take, powers," ho said, "to havo Greece they do not gripe. Dr. King's New adopt a ioIlcy mutually advantageous Mfe Pills will clear your complexto thoni and to Greece, that they deion nnd""brlghtcn your eye. Try Dr. clared to the Hollenlc government King' New Life Pills and that they were ready to assure to throw off the slugglbh winter shell. Greece, in return for Its 2 At dmgglstt), 25c. In tho war aKnlnst Turkey, Smyro- hinna and an Important part of the terland. " After lengthy discussion, M. Toll-ti- s FOR FLETCHER'S said a double convention was conI cluded. Hut at this point tho army staff Intervened and succeeded in deWOMAN TAKi:.S .MAN'S feating tho plan. JOK AS HKAItSK DHIVIMt While theso largo territorial plans dcfinlto-nos- s camo to nothing, yet tlioir Puehlo, Colo., Oct. 20. War has Indicates they may again be 'final adjust- resulted in woman filling a new berth heard from when the in this Industrial city, and the old ment of tho war takes place, for maxim that has been revised to "The Is not unlikely to have the Grecco hand that rocks the cradle drives the samo aspirations toward Asia Minor, samo hearse." and tho Western Powers tho Mrs. J. T. Drown is tl0 new chaufwillingness they havo already shown on this feur of the hearse of a prominent unto give Greeco a foothold dertaking concern. She. cays leadroute to tho Orient. ing a cortcgo containing weeping relm fr atives of tho deceased was very deGrlppy"? Had Tousli? Pererlsli? 1 just .You need Dr. King's New Discovery pressing at flrht, "but now M stop that cold, the soothing bal- watch the road and never think what sam Ingredients heal the Irritated tho sad occasion of the trip is." Tho hearse was formerly driven by membranes, sootho tho soro throat, the antiseptic qualities kill tho germ a man who enlisted in Undo Sam's nml your cold Is quickly relieved. Dr. liberty army. has for 48 jKlng'H New Discovery years been tho standard remedy for coughs and colds in thousands of and havo homes. Get a bottle y It handy In your mcdlclno chest for coughs, colds, croup, grlppo and nil bronchial affections. At your drug ! Ber-gero, e, sol-Ol- or total of 250,000,000 feet of lumber was bought this week nt a coat 1 50,000. of nproxlmatcly A temporary commissary building, 210 feet long by 00 wide, Is also now being erected. The permanent commissary will be constructed nfter tho construction of the 1,000 houses Is comploted. It wHI bo of brick, and will cost between $100,000 and 125,-00- 0. i Children Cry A3TO R A slnco tho first days of tho whlto set- tier. They make you welcomo with And 2 Cent Ou PoMnls Among Pro- - a stately, southern hospitality, and havo put nt your disposal tho he.it Wslona of New War Tux havr. their homo land affords. Every ro- Ono of the features of tho big war sort and every old plantation home nncestrnl oaks tax hill which congress has just pnes- - Is shnded by nge-ol- d cd that will most vitally nffect nil of and grown over with trailing vines, tho people will he tho Incrcnso on rosesjuid perennials; and they ill postnge rates. Heglnnltig on Novem- - look out over the gulf waters, at tho her 2, It will require three cents to dancing waves, tho scudding sails, carry all letters except drop letters the beach and the surf. If you can't nnd two cents to carry postal card find happiness down there in tho Tho Income taxes golden sunshlno and among tho nml post cards. nro going to affect a great many pco - j countless diversions and nttractlom pie also, bo 1110 01 1110 most interest- - oi luni piaygrouiui, mint go rou'.i ing and Important of the new war In tho winter expecting to llnd your "Promised Laud," for you'll have tnxes nro ns follows: only, your trouble for your pains. No Income Tnxes. 2 per cent choicer spot exists nnd greater com- $1,000 (slnglo 2 per cent fort Ih not to bo found. The winter $2,000 (married) 4 per cent climate is Ideal, not uncomfortably $3,000 (single 4 per cent warm, but moderate and bracing, 4,000 (married putting snap and ginger Into the sys- Surtmci. on Incomes. 1 per cent torn. Over $5,000 Touring along the Gulf Coatt Is 2 per cent Over $7,000 3 percent one of tho ways travelers .take to find Over $10,000 4 per cent their own particular choice and for Over $12,500 5 per cent this, purpose the train service of tho Over $15,000 is 7 per cant Louisville & Nnshivlle Railroad Over $20,00 You can stop every10 per cent convenient. Over $40,009 14 per cent where, beginning at Mobile, and stay Over $60, 00 IS per cent n few hours, a few days or as long as Over $80,000 It Is a fascinating vaga22 per cent you wish. Over $100,000 25 per cent bondage that will bring you eventuOver $1S0,000 30 per cent ally to the place of your ultimate de- -, Over $200,000 34 per cent sire. You can, also, lfyou choose, Over $250,000 37 per cent ship your motor car to Mobile and Over $300,000 40 per cent go in for regular touring along the Over $500,000 45 per cent gulf the roads are all good and the Over $750,000 Ovur $1,000,000 50. per cent country is fascinating in tho extreme. 'Exemption of $200 for each de- History lends Its background of fact pendent child to head of families to a long list of Interesting traditions paying 4 per cent tax. and romantic legends concerning this locality, and the "atmosphere," while Miscellaneous. 1 cent wholly American, lias the foreign fla- Letters (additional) 1 cent Ivor hi sufficient degree to give It dl- Postcards (additional) Topographlcal- (on each 25 cents) 1 cent verslty and variety Parcel Post .8 per cent,ly, tho coast lies low and' curving, it. K. Tickcts '. 3 per cent rising gently toward the hinterland, Freight bills 1 cent KNpress (on each 20c) which is forested with pines, broken 10 per cent In the clearings, by. rich and produc- Piiluiau tickets ' The shore lino is Motor cars (by maker),. 3 per cent tlvo farmlands. .'! per cent Musical Instruments much Indented, tho numerous bays, 3 per cent "bayous," "bounds" and lakes giving Jew elry 1 cent a, seemingly endless and Movlo film (a foot) waterscape. Sporting goods (sales) ..3 per cent Lying off tho shore 3 per cent Is a lino of Islands, forming tho outCameras Gum (manufacturer) ...2 per'cent er bulwark of Mississippi Sound, and Perfumes (manufacturer) 2 per cent j fronting this are tho resorts that Medicines imanufacturer 2 per cent: have been famous since 1 cent gallon Soft drinks tionary days the towns which befi cents gan as of tho French colonies, begun Telephone messages 5 cents under the brothers do Ulcnvlllo and Telograph messages Life insurance (per $100 prem ) . .58 d'Iberville. Advertisement. Firo and accident (each .'.1 ccntjNotiro of UNrliarco In HanUruptcy. ?1 phem.) Stamp Ta-eIn tho District Court of tho Unit- Honds, Indebtedness ,...5c a $100 ml States for tho Western District Indemnity bonds . : 50 cents of Kentucky. GO cents Surety bonds In the matter of Silas J. Tichenor, l Capital stock (orig.) ...Gc a 5100 a Dankrupt. 2c a ?100 On this lSth day of October, A. D., Stock transfers Checks, notes . . .2 cents below $100 1017, on considering tho petition of Checks, notes (each additional tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, 2 cents filed on the 17th day of October, A. $100) Deeds, etc. (up to $G00)...G0 cents D., 1917, It is ordered by the court Jlcedfi, etc., (each additional that a hearing bo had upon the samo GO cents on the 24th day of November, A. D., fG00) 25 cents 1917, beforo said court at Louisville Power attorney Voting proxies 10 cents In said district, at 10 o'clock in the Playing cards (additional) ..G cents forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be Catarrh Cannot Be Cured published ono time In Hartford ReWith LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they publican, a newspaper printed In said cannot reach the beat of the disease. district, and that all known creditors Catarrh li a local disease, rreatly Influenced by constitutional conditions, and and other persons in Interest may apJn order to cure It you must tul;o an pear at said time and place and show internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru cause, If any thoy have, why the the blood on tho mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Caturrh Medicine was prayer of said petitioner should not POSTAflK ON I.ETTKIW i I pro-rovo- lu tsSSiX TYS3MS5ZSH &h:13vett ry for Fletcher's &3K!iS52$3N!kVS5 (.' ipqMMMMMMKiiMli3HplK sot mv 'J ffmv T.L1riP'V,irmm wan j ir"rw bn ' mi.w wSfc a; (tt j, vtm ok vw I ' i r. xNXJJT vm mt . Sho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been a use for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under his pcr- -- y7 sonal supervision since its infancy. uow no one t0 occcjye you jn ti,ls All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' " arc- but Xxperimcnts that trifle with and endanger the health of Lrfanta and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- fJt. C&'tt', ii.uz sr. tocoMw;. - Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains n:ither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its aije is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Lcca in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the. Stomach and Bowels, aids iha assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR1A GEftUENE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of & JKi-- W' ALWAYS r. & jf AX & Jr r JJZS jff r- A T" - AS 4M. Ssi IJse For Over The &ind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. U fears V farck Pia nos No Money inAdvnnco tion Guar SntiHf ac- LowcstNot TnrniH nutoed Footty Prioos Snviufi oi 11 a l A M liSi t P, A. 6TARCK PREGtDtNY s2ooFrc- - ViiJsfStssm From t- - no to lifilrffiBgKSi ;if'wrwstis??ta be?i iJTViViit'Su.S tory Direct JzS!LS!SiW4& U"2&b3 GVN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' frco trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we asl: is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 das. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It tne highest grade, sweetest toned and finest plane In every way, that you havo ever seen fo: the money, you aro at perfeo" liberty to rend lttack, and we will, In that eent, pay the frclcht both ways. T 5 Starck Piano must make good with you, cr there is no sale. i IE III mr IHY0UH Save S.50.0D or More Easy Payments t manufacturer. The terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It Is possible for jou to buy s piano for your home, without missl.'g the money. . , Toil fay nu cash don-n-, but alter 20 days of trial, jou can begin piymcnt on the lowsuffgested by a piano est, csslcst terms We ship direct to you from our factcy, prices that satejou upwards of 150.00 its -- ha cost of jour piano. We guarantee to furnish jcii a better piano for the money than jou can secure clsvttlnre. You are assured of receivlne a satisfactory tweet tont J durable high grade piano. of It oar 35 yean of place experience, and the reputation ef an responsible piano house. Oft.Vnav Cisivonfea Every Starck Tiano ii truarsnircd tor IT This gunnte? ha? haoc aiarcx 2nd - Sand Bargaton We have constantly on hand a large nurnVr of ullshtly used pianos of all and second-hanmiuii (cianudiu lormam-:- Starck in Pianos r" The follow. and f'aj'cr I irg arc a tew sample bargains : I w :;i (SEAL) po THE DK.MTIFUIi GL'I.K UNITED STATES FOOD COAST IIKAIj PLAYGHOUXD Tho beautiful thing about the Gulf Coast, between 'New Orleans nnd Pousncola Is that It is a real playground, summer or winter a. playground for northern folk from to May, and for Southern You during tho summer months. can't ask for much more of placid nature than has been expended on tho gulf littoral betwoon Now OrThcro are plno leans and Pensacola. woods, forests of live oaks, 'all moss hung and mysterious, long stretches of winding, shaded roads, woodland pathe, quaint southern hamlets and modern resorts teeming with galty and active life; lovely retreats whero you can swing in a hammock all day and drowso In tho narcotic air. And thcro is the sparkling water, tho Leach, tho surf, boating,' fishing anything 1111(1 everything that calls from tho salt watcrsido. Going south on tho Loulsvlllo & Nnl.vllln llnllrnn.1. nfter von leavo ' i.nnosBll.lo to oscnno Mnhiin. it i tho infection of joyous living, even if you wanted to do that. At every utnn nf nonnln urn Kami conilng-yo- uth and aKo alike, Bpt ting on or off tho trains. Laughter and bioeay, sunny, fragrant utr gruot oii. It in moreover a placo of snuo, natural outdoor joys in surround- 'ing of homely comfort or of luxur-lo- u qua, whichever you prefor. It is a locality of ancient and honoru-tl- o traditions inl tho natives aro ' n led f:'ura holdrr, cC tho ioil or prescribed by one of tho best physicians In this country for years. It Is composed of some of tho best tonics known, combined with romo of tho beat blood purifleriT Tho perfect comblmition of tho Insredlenta tn Hall's Catarrh IIMI-cln- o ,1a what produces such wonderful results In cutarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHUNCV A: CO., Props., Tolcflo, O. All DruiTRlsts, 7jTc. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. bo'granted. Witness the Honorable Walter Evans, J ud go Of said Court, and tho seal thereof, at Ownesboro, in said district, on the 18th day of October, A. D., 1917". A. G. HONALD.Clerk. M. E. DUNN, D. C. 50 Froe Musta Lessons To cery purchaser of Starck Pianos, c gie free music lesions, in one of the best known schools In Chicago. These lessuns you ran take in jour own home, bv mail, fills represents one years tree instruction. wcoer Stcinway Starck Second-han- $iiu.uu S0.03 92.00 sre Starck riayer-i'lann- s the best and most beautiful pver I'li.-.D- i u.i ins market, i'ou win ba lighted with the many exclusive features ol these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices ut which they can be secured. $ Chickering Kimball Piano Bool; Froa Send today for our new beautifully illustrated pianj book which eies you a larsc amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. write today. 05.00 195.00 bargain list. Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck Bldg., CHICAGO AD.M1NISTH.YTIO.V ! to-da- IH OPERATION Washington, D. C. Oct. 17, 1917. To All Federal Food Administrators:" A statement' has appeared In Chicago papers that the United States Food Administration has the- Intention of reducing the hog price to $10.00. This statement Is absolutely untrue, and has caused a flood of inquiries to which tho following Is u sniuplo of our reply: Chicago advices absolutely untrue and do not represent opinion or proposed action of tho Food Administration, which will tako no steps to Jeopardize llvo stock producers interests. All our power will bo used to keep prices at which allied and governmental purchases aro made, on a plane that gives an assured return of cost and profit to producers of meat animals. In our opinion tho best market obtainable for tho prcs- out corn crop of tho. country will bo through liVO stock: Wu need ill- croaBcil production of beef ami pork aml tho ""11y way lo bCCUr0 thls '"'l -j vvu "'" "a '? " 'ro"1 " ' t'l'l'riunuu your uiiuiji uu"' thl wldet iitibllclty, Fuithfully yours IIEn,HUItT HOOVElt. - You Can You Be Whatever gist, Cue. 2 1 want To Be Glllli ItllH'K MAKKIIK IN PI,ACK OF MISN Philadelphia, Pa. "Ono year ngo I Dunbar, Pa., Oct. 20. Girls ns was very elck nnd I Buffered with pains in my slue and bacK brick makers aro being tried out until I nearly wert Drlck Comhore. Tho liurckn Firo crazy. I went to pany, hit by tho draft, Is employing different doctors and young women. Thoro Is no fixed they nil said I had female troublo and ralo for tho girls, they being employKT hI would not Ret any ed the' tamo as tho men, by piecerelief until I would work. bo operated on. I . rMiwMlt'vJ had suffered forfour MODHIi MINING TOWN J&fmllBKhttl yenre beforo thj (iltOWH UP OVKB NIGHT gett.iABsA)jwfAS timc.butl keptmora ting worso tho K'nnxvlllo. Teilll.. Oct. 20. Llko medicino I took. Every month einco I towns built In tho West during tho was a young girl I had EUitcrcd with wild gold fovor nihil or tho days of cramps in my 6ides at periods nnd was , advertise'40, n model mining town lins liter-- never refular. I eaw yourtho picture nnd night In tho center ment in tho newspaperbeen saved from ally grown up ovor of n woman who had of tho virgin Hold iif Harlan and on operation nnd this plcturo wn3 imKy. Lctchor Counties, pressed on my mind. Tho doctor had Sixteen hundred houses will bp given mo only two inoro daya to mnku completed within fifteon months, say up my mind bo 1 sent my husband to tho (illlelnls of tho United Statou Coal and drug Etoro at once for a bottl j of Lydia Coko Company subsidiary of the E. Pinktiom's Vegetable Compound, and Corporation, believe in.?, 1 soon noticed a ehanpe nnd United Statos Steel when I had finished tho third Jiottle I project. wrttcli U boliind tho was cured und never felt better. 1 grant houses you tho privilege to publish my letter At prosant'lGO olght-rooAfter those und am only too g.ad to other women nre , M- - cimstiufllnii. tho hulldln? of tho hnowoi n.y r u f'." -- . !.--. Tiios.McCo.v i loted m I'.- ty 'rM mill- - i ;.!,, JJ. .ilr , i v.' i . t, ,1 l!("Mll nqi H.fM VM '' You can bo a success, and a big success, if you have i -- AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost with- out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for tho position that aro waiting for tho prepared man or woman. School lxx session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. j i'" - J ! - m , , lt - CASTORIA fr Tle Sidi-- , Children. Cry FG3 FLEtCHR'3 N bi w lis l Ii (Incorporated) owensboro'ky. i: 'tv - e e'4i.'r)tv -Q tTW-- "SUt r ytr fi&i Ctit3'1,rtiZ ;i tn TT eenta anil rrtnlleri wrn a miniature Tuesday morning fllUFMlVlSIUNS riiotlncr it at IB cents. snow storm reminded the people of Pottilnes Jittnptl fn prlro irir FACTOR Hartford that autumn was ended and ' PLEDGE FOOD TO BE CLASSIFIED night and wore jnntt'rt lij- - Min Wood winter was at hand. Vow for tlie n Administrator at .1 to trt cents i and hickory nuts, and the jMltTFOim PRINTING COMPANY nek, while rhit gropem were selling nights that delight alike SACKETT lonif. winter WAR, HULKS TO tile voting and old RYRMlTTOf W 3 TTNfll.EY. l K them at tr. to 1.1 centk. C B SMITH. Sujn.r prtrea weru fixed at 7 4 to Tn-as Cf.KAWiY STATED IN OlMtKR President 1 There aro evidences now that the ernta a iiminit, while dnnliTe inns' to nn imsukd. octopus that lias to 10 rent, ww mklit a FeHer.il Fond Administrator for Kentucky Expfafna Editor hlsfh mt of llvtni people In Its HTCNKV TIlOWrtH 30HN Rmp The noareity of sui?ar, linwwr.Utt Editor Hid the American In ilowly loosening TO. fl. TTNHIiRY, Asvltw Reasons for Card Campaign Next Week fbrscvrrnl years, The classification will be as- fl- - wn,,w1 nthll(m to pay fhnrr and Itulfiess Monnjpr. Us tentacles, and i downward ten- - Inwc .tlwl llintv m onnr in et enniiKii t ivfir moti mscrfaf 1imw4 premiums of food prMnrrti dnncy in tho prl 3a,M , nmrr nmlpIy lh,.lr vvh)(( ,l"' PetetrW To ihe Housekeepers of Kentuckv nm'itHir f lw c0'""' ,0"B' w,,r" !lIn,",1 "' ,W" "I1 h Iwlmt ord.T tlin Mttormt fllnwtii. V . b BmH itmrfr of if urtfnM I'ltlNO the week hoauimtrut undny, Octnher OJhh a I'limtwlmi vlll ed. w",,n ",I",r P,,nrt" " a !tlon will 1m called to 8or7lon. he enndttcted In all porta of tlin United SHales Air ivMnuturcs for noona wcrn pnrcnaBPo. r i Coneorvatloii tfeto preiwrnd by Mr Herbert- C Hoover. the explain Will thrf Ilnrtford Horald to Vot' All flrrwrrs trro. i .n( wiiiumi. Address all communication ' aintA '""" .Mii... .1 .- - .1... . the National Food Adminiirtrainr. o oona a. 1"""' -I It'portn from rnllrnad oinr1al res. The Hartford Republican. The canvatte will he made 'hirtlio fluprrlntpndntN nr to '""" th prmt--1 ing rhe week In (ueetlon hy the man (widower with n"""" iwm" imdpf tli II WfLft Mtit tilt irt itfi f salary iif aiitvar -. M0 a patriotic women who have joined ohlldrt-n- ) who hnliltimlly NOTICK TO SUBSCRIBBRS fnlln to Anil ff itu nrft .Mian nr rtiorlc liltitt tn rhe organiaatlon of the Food fh wiir-n- f ported that a uhlpmont of thrw hnn- ,hrUT mipport Ills ftunlly t will Coneerration Divtilen of the nMr In whiMihc y from the cnt 3nporlntMndont is tuMrfWmast iflrF th Marrlrd mnli dopondont on wlf drrd iri was on itu (kiunell of Defense ia ench comh r"H he hv to li" flimlslit'd for tlin npst WmI. Thl shipment is mA tn t ty of the State, and the ofefeet of ,,.tn r,VBt niwl fntln-l- Sc iwrlhio and lie ffinr ywrs a lalarlfd clnrk at tli for support. Hnrt of tile new fell this address of the Federal (ood I. Married mnti .or wt.tnwnr .in. practically the lr(nr ewh Heettwwl inwMns rponsp' Administrator for Kentucky is tnf firt rtf TtMnf! ' ' "P OMtnsrl" lt"tnf ! children) not usefully fam - rnp to explain exactly what wilt he ily supported bv Income Independent ,urk,' ny ot,,pr8- lm othr of the housekeepers of the ntlw Wr rTli r"hnreh rtt'piihllcans should not, on acWh.fler pointK ont tlmt not asked of Kentucky, why It Is ak of His labor. (Hrr1l-iitcS' pT ihK". ale count of fh fallnrt of tin nmo-cr.Uto iwmw ay t1H rliTf no ed and what may be accorapttah. "i immBtdnn Men not included in an? other i1all KTOcern hare aiirred 4fTfinymi to Rit on the ballot, relay their itesrrfnttnn in tills op nttinr ed for remeily !' tTitlon n!n. is Tor prices. The tn rernsesnrest'l selvee. our country and onr ..."j Bepuli-llca- ri efforts to set out the full rir enrwwnem cs We wiah te say at the oittaet ' rote The Democrats. It is refrom all (rrocer who charee h1?hr - (Tnskllled laborer. la city wide, that the 165 ported, will probably center their jLm.'oTnr.4. state-wid- e prices. No and nation-widClass IT. SO on the Socialist ticket, anil strength or denominational sectarian Married man or father of 11bps are Involved. The campaign It Is Important that ever Repub- motherless children, usefully enifaic- - fMNWlMTKfl PUjR ia endorsed hy of noTonrcn 2r lican iies to the poles November 'J 3?RTTAY t:rniiNTsl all tho I'hurcheethe .dergymim by R.YPKXSK ed, hut family lins autnclent income' of the tate. our lending profesalonal and apart from his dnlly lnbor to afford "Elect Judije Glenn County iHtatnees men. by all who under This will he altnnt the ctlPftpet reasonably adenunta. support duriim Attorney and Magistrates that pftfflimlirn fbr ennntv oiBpm that Ohio j stand the importance iif 'ihmI his alHienco conservation ,ih a rantor in will follow his .nlvlce on leal In many ' 3- Married man no children-wi- fe county has experienced the war polntsi, etc " Hartford Herald. can support herself decently mnonn, aeflrilln to th cnwIWatM Form of Pledge. 'pears to um that after falling to It eTprte acconnta. .tllwl with the CoHW.- i without hnnlshlp. It la beet to statu .txactly vhat . i. get himself or his fellow candidates and . . i t i v.iprn n-- r :i umm. SKiuen mrm laborer ennnned Tx v;j will he aaked hv fhn eaiivassn Oil the halldt this week that even the Ht or tha rmnrtldates with the ex-- J. ' of i ha hoaekiMpra if in necessary IndiiHtrlnl enterprise. Donidcrats wont b" very atronfr on tnetty. Thev will iw .wked. tlmt. - -- Skilled Industrial lnborer en- - pendltunw of each ajw?r Iwd-son te sign the P'mIkp . .trrt i, .,, fallOWIiiK Judga Glenn'J advice Staged in necessary .iitrlcultnnil' en- ltenuhllmn Ticket. Halted States Fond Vum1 i r i legal polutrt ' r terprlse. r Kmi,rv :r .: u to a.I Ut.X tlon. UTlt doea (hat -aril mini Uh tnu.iek.'n-jH- r may Jtidaw for rhimlvClass IIT. . . . nf fns irdi 'UT3i m.v .inur to come will t Itlslory for .ill - Man with foster children XUTQ ,, ... rt fiiu To the Poort Admtntstrator j lit. rit.,f Wrvrifi Wit pendent on dally labor for support. - x n TClHr ., .. . . TR90 S A. Brstoher I am fjlad to join you m At!d out of this pilnful flow of blood the service if food sannervation 3- Man with aged, infirm or In w c. iiiHiikunnirtit sms and ttiar-- , out of this deluxe of heart for our nation, and I hereby aceept mnmtienhip m the United RKPTJBT,fCAX TTCKRT. devalid parents or grandparent B. S. Huwal . .. ... 2U aches and sacrifices, out of this hur pendent on daily State Fod Admlnlstrvtlon, nledrjluq mynelf to carry out tti labor for support. Worth Ttelfunor 8Hil ricane of hate and passion will come, direeUanm and arivlee of the Poert Ailmlnistr.itor m my noai, 3 JPnr Rprcpntiitlvp Mnn with brothers or sisters 3. Ward as from a cruciblo, j new civilisation Incompotenr to support Inaefar as my aireunnstanees prrmlt. I L. BMBRY. themselves c s MoTtuy .JO and a new social order, that, let at dependent on daily ar County .fiidp suplabor for Thla ia the pledie and the entire pleduo. 7Hem are ae dw mt Deniocrntfij' TlcKet indulge the pleasing hop;, may be MACK C06K port. sliMners vm men h aiikd fn lang in th ttnnt ivtadows tkeir after all worth tho price. T ft. Welter of th County or municipal officer. fW..1 r'i hnrnefactar4 hearing the shield of the rmted mntm m ceiwrs aiieetlag fo County A " ,y thiic Hiey are memln'ra the - B Tlchundi omanlnirtmi. A. D XrRK. or policemen. People 'ho havo traveled over .00 '1 Ttvr Csin? ( lrlf 3 Necessary artificer or work- .1 S Glenn Wfcar ttie Pledge Means. much of the country report that no- -' men 2s.3- - I S E Bennett w c bl,ank;nshtp. .irsenala. armories and navy ' It la wis think. rn say a fw worrte in regard ta the plfdtn. It where have thoy seen liner crops yards. Jn Guy E Rohertson tl.3iTtvT ShcrllT t meomi nn mnr and no Iw than It rudn. It will he tTmri ?row in Ohio county this year. erved that signers S A BRATCHBR. 7 Necessary custom house clerk. Oitm Shulta of. rhe pledge are nt asked tn Mmt chemmUvnii m an? partleiilar tilings. fT-fipresent crop, when sold, will n.77,i They are 8- JTrw failT necessary fh rransmto-aio- n Newt BrtWrt Persons not aMMi at thia lime ri Brnmlee to ohert meatier days or probably orlng into the county twice M D Stewart Id 7? WORTH TTCITENOR. of mails tn .ihitalu from aelnir any particular kind ef food. They jimpiy agree to volume of money any other crop the D Tot An"or Necessary employes In service aarry ont the dlreertona and advien at the Irood Admlntatrator laeefar aa 1 ovdr' sold for. and Ohio county farm D K. WARD Of Clllted States their cirenmmanrw pennC. We am awan rfcat conditions differ in difers, and business; men as well, will Fivr 10- of School Highly specialised adminis- ZEPPELhM ferent nomex, 'hat la an! a i&crtilrn to nae ruaj. undrr nnosual cir Have tho most prosperous F. S HOWARD, trative expert. eiimatanrM. b an impossibility to another Tarfoje the .jualifyiBic year in the county's history jrar County .Surveyor COMES TO GRIEF 1- 1- Technical or mechanical exa! j use 'Insofar as mv rtrenmstances permit" appears In the pidc. r MOXLBY. Thla nuallfyuig cluuee urtnua the extcnrion ot the Food AdMinixtra-tar'pert!! in industrial enterprise Wo would not like to raiso any advice down tn the individual c.nnwlatwf of tie hoiii(eper who ar frnncr I Highly ipoclnllaed agrlcultuf-- ' it m not ftllso hopes in the minuW of the poo-tW itie piedHH notlung. expected tnat oceans ef thij iiuallflratioa the DR A B. RILEY. at expert in agricultural bureau of! crrc -- ocim c.tmuiu ii wrv. .... pudge will o .is It in fact, mac hope aad bUr that thoe r v r. ..!at interact but wa will give It State or nation Kar .fiwico of the Pe!ico who sign rliis aledge vlll ennefder ulemwelviw aniu i a great army of STERH SHOT DOWN BY TH"E ftir" what It may bo worth that there propoe to Wxtrirt American iiomtekeapers vhn r?e their country and themAssistant or associate mnna- KRRNf H. I a fuwor iu circulation that appcarj selves by followtiwc ,u Ploaety ,in may fe piiMmhte ta direction and advice BD SHOWN. industrial enter' ger of necessary of the Pood Admlnuitrator, baoutng ,ia we do taut Ueee directtos. ulll to COfflo from hlsh oillclala of the I,. prise District B"ver he rensonahfe Ss W. Company that thera is some SAM 1. STEVENS. manaIt seems hardly neceaaary for tie here atfaut to coatradict the toolUh Assistant or associate prospect of putting another twin on Parte. Monday, October 22 -- Ofll-' Cnfrtown Dltrict niniora that have been circulated that ft la the taa ot the Fod AdatlnK ger of necessary agricultural enterf ration to setae iSeod found in private homen. etal examination of the crews of Hie No iweh thins was ever tho M. II. V. starting from Evans-vlll- e prise GEO. W ROWB. uc contempiawa. rnnieinptaiea ..nnu wn J . report is eaeaiy atea a ... Zennnllna caotnred in France on re in the morning, running to Ko'fcport District ,. ..... I . ..t . .1. . 14 rr j. .1 .1 L riiws rv, u iae oojocia ot imti great wmser- uwi4wi m and returning to Evansvllle tnrnlnz from the rild over England ' prop"1"""" Ci. B. BROWX. 1 y.nion movement. Married man with wKo fand) IM thb afternoon hen Oie Just the expedition ennatated Jovln" District Importance ef the Wer. or ehildron (or widower wKh chil- shows that airships which left aln- -l new trate mav b put on if .it all wu (',. DAOGMERTY. of thirteen W dren) dependent on dally labor for We feel that we ean add Uttle to what has already been eald by the depots on the night gly from ara not advled. nlplmr prln'M District-- Support and no other reasonable' a ri.tAho.three Th vntil Heovar, and by ouieri qualified to President, hy sut'h sub- wis 1 ject In regard Mr the importance of food coaaervation speak onthe coming tl W. 3. DEAN to )"' " during adequate lupport available. The most neglected feature of .pected to last from twenty to twenty-- 1 ordsTlBn District winter, and yet, as a housekeeper, apeakhig to housekeepers, l wish to say 3- In soa lervlce of Mariners that we understand the- importance of thia werEc aad believe that tliu B F. RICE. tho education of the average boy merchants or clrlens lo nmted Ave hours. housekeeper of tae state will uniiefUad it. A strong vigorJs physical training I District made for the English The raider Urtltt States. Our eountry la engaged in a great war Our son? are gdng out to glu ous Body Is the host asset of the B. C RHOADS. Theee braTe bojs are willing i,J If necessary their Uvea for our country Heads of necesry Industrial en.oontv which wa recognUad by Hght- young Man Just entering Into tho f houses. maUe, If necessary, the supreme sacrifice, that American Meals iua They were hampered ennterprlses. endure, that American homes may be kept safe from the iaiader All of. -' They vonld not lot Teddy go, but vorld's contest where In business as l -- Heads of necessary agricultur- slderahly by the fire of British antius have work to do at thia time and the work that may be done In the hi health only the fittest survive hy numerous gutva and aireraft h "nt hi four boya to tho wr. al enterprises. Individual homes of America in avoiding wajte and saiiag food may prou hoy to harden his muscles Train the searehHghta vhich satined them toj not the lease etTarrtve move In winning the war Class V, Kentucky gnea into the present winter m sone ways well prepared Tnft ffcrald & in error about the and develop his power of endurance. I Officer. of States or tte Halted drop almost all their bombs when Employment la general, but prices are very high. The less that is wasted ' ft waj dona so if called from the counting room States. of tho shouting I3alltng at a height of more than 11,-- ij bought. The price of I! In the average household the lees will have to b he could cos I the hunker of a sMp. VMn9day 2- Regularly or duly ordatned OflO feet. foodstuffs offer an inducement to prudence, but unless there is orKanlia-Homan under forty year old, The the feod that ia saved in oae home will bo wasted and The7 were caught hy a strong Mlnfetor. In another. Hisslan arcflo winter itanrts Jut fnatever the eese and softness of ' northeasterly Jvhid, and when they - -- Students of rffvtrtfct.. Real Emergency Exists. nr. n as the sini?)o barrier against hte position, who Aannot go to the, 1 Persons In mWHary or nayal 'sMmpted to return to their basea f (ffman spoHiatlon of the sreat harvest feel and perform a day'j M gor flee. The men who are patriotically working in Washington for the count rt their speed was slackened h7 the and In charge of thl mobllliatlon movement of our food know that a roal bor is not attorl for life. At dawn the ftlnplrrt. persistent M'irrt.eril exigency exists. The 131S harvest left us no surplus. The 1917 hurust ,. the airship which fall Intaet a -- Allen enemies. ft m and they can count on the food that ean be used for oursehoj. for " Oi?gst that at the ftct elecThere are indications that the priInto the hands of the French, dropthe allied nations and for our men at the fighting front. Thoy Know that moraffy HnfiU 7 Peron tion our Osmocratio frlnd retain mary election, for which there was I to a lower altitude, her com- ' If the name prodigality In the waste of food continues la America. If the y ped Peron phIoaffy, prianst-lsame bonteou. hospitality and Iarfah use is maintained in our own homes, on if Hartford RepnhMcen lar-jr- r such a popular ekimor a few year mander believing he was over Holt mentally unlit. there will not be sufficient available to maintain the armies who are light. war-tfillftgel .is ago Is losing In popular favor ft U The crew land or Weatphalla. Ing our battles on the western front of Europe. 0 Mcensed pilot. It was not until afpointed out with some color of faef They do know, however, that If there begins at once a concerted white flags ftm present Superintendent has that the prmt election system o'clock In the mornlns that ' movement in all American homes to eliminate all unnecessary waste, a ter has,f fff( ,(i() y(tj, ttilCVA fpfiHed Prof. Howard' on all neat 16 lowered the general standard of effl- movement to follow the advice of the Food Administrator for tho substl-- i h FIXED BY DICTATOR the commander became eertaln tntlon of some foods for others which we are short, that the cumulative Ir.t 'flSce by granting hlrn a cerflfi-- " elene In the public service, and I? was In France, and at the same time , effect of that movement, covering throughout the country 23,000,000 Aiuer--, vim a grade of 91 no freer from fraudulent practice lean homes, will provide during the coming winter the food that will be 2.1 Government the Zeppelin was nlghted by French Chicago, Oct to keep the civilian than the former convention system airplanes, which forced It to land. 4 ,t necessary for ns to export, in orderarmies upon tho battle populations of o' food prices went Into ft win! have been emns.rraslnz Hue uml the France and England supplied, the IV50 passed ri7r i roost objectionable sierlIon Cnt one of tho A little later the effect in Chicago today when the first wonderful army now being prepared by the United State, iu their boat to Mitor Cor.mtn, .fte witlnx those ,,, which was then oa the n tor nnof mo ki'k tr.... rv i loel xlitorlnli. to Aittuf-- r lontlires contests Fnmirr court, over ii 'in iinitj (jiivth ,.,,, .(... (III- l the '.Ml.siuounded by French. lr . fighting condition. in the It la a real emergency In which they appeal to u, nn emergency which merons - ground WneMer.fV,od Admlnlntrator for ihs rieetion va alreedr orer are other maneuvered ror ' ean be met In no upon way, and theyall Issuing this call to tho women of Man.. Tho nomination ror omce, in oi ring mnr.r. flft w,n,,ftri rar ,wftrft nn040d seriousness anil bo t Into the psrtle , . .it ... 6lb a landing In neighboring wood to J Amerlea to look willthU matter In this coming winterto will assured tlmt ,h,n-make during h Thf fin U stored Knur ed Ihe cost end trouble provide tho the acr!fles they d- erew as food which the President of Ihft United State baa tuIJ Is one of tho lUroo to support it lies In frrmt sf terMt end reuniting In nnolng iM lilted dally, nd from.. time lo lime, rive the member of a lb posalble to .,.. ,.,., ,, -- , good an opportunity rrnst clement necessary to winning the war. Thls world la a . ISYS and rnniusinn Jhe rrnirt fioins jiti but Ihs that aro not felt by those In authority No suggestion will be , prMty full of wrong, the remedy for M pr,ftM ftthft(. Map,f thomaelM, but one car waj ? t,riI It wners r bnd tt extremely necessary, but they of America r.w.,. to borespond to these suggestions a do hope that the people do their bit essny munri m irwr (. i morn , ,h( woitn patriots determined to ,,t 'rhe price ihe orn on. ran oi mis will the' The tor the cause thn In practice py the wholes.lsr hy mean of parachute. mean ear democracy. of civilization throughout the world and tho malnteuaiico of rei.iiler sho-ilM. 8ACKBTT, of by ' " wleVed ftf that It rn fe'fnlly lfc"" "'" h" PWIhrd, so that iheiaMerward w dwtroyM Inflammable Federal Foot Administrator for Kentucky. Kind nUTnZ'ni Orlne Derftrirrt fho sld, "I lofiks lll Ihe know what he .ore ,WW " ..1,1 Mr V. V. Oerler. of man vt Heindel on in fundi the s a """ .nier "c"- - prone . nabMslptlftn lo Th. belong lo the and 0 Hckof tbrfiHgli hd pimh'l It Into Ihe his The !.- "" for hi IMrllMh year a few da, ago ilitcli ' ela, measuring 610 n lnt,u"- - "'""' A Kefosmer'a Vmjer. vorlly do we eravo these tblngti, but on Ihe psper'i "7 Mr Carter has l. 55,000 cubic faot, Their volume Oh, I.ord, we boaeech you to de- aa our allotted llfo of throo score ami first lued,'"''' stupid oferslKal or a roelllnc Ht since It w Vs It are made up crew metre. The The pr eos fited loday flr nnd has neer len a yer ui.i.11 old the Hitibntrtm sfiblsr furs Ui petty ollicor who havo un- stroy nil those who laugh and get ten bears heavily upon oar tdinuldttr - He i. tae klefli" gfe are about what are oolng anked mostly of eietit ff hiirrillislltiK dofeal tbel Ihe with hi fsymeid enjoymsnt out of life. And, and wo can not Indulge In tho Joy dergone a spoelal course of Instruc" : Mnru'!"ts did not (nlltr I ye nn of aiitiMriber a newopeosr like, Ttmy were elad warmly In fur oh, Lord, while we have had rvcey-thin- g of llfo, help us to make others uv. In quarter tion. 'It. price fixed for flour as wo IIAVH to iioo. Thcro aro many have on IU mslllng lift. Ihe bellol' and loathor garmont. sack I from $8.t& la thnt wa are now trylns t top, temptations nut In oar wav Knl ..u recently bre for which retailor TAA HimUH. ( ondolente to Wdltor (Itierriba, of we pray that you listen to this pray- - af.0 ha goon flt to dony ug hwj . f.'lever Dojf. Leen asking $ IS, O eighth bar. M(.mlis Mr Ui" MarlfOfd Htrald or, Oh mighty ruler, wo aro now us also to dony thorn to other, W "My dog can sennt a slorm ho lira ,,. I'- -, ti.nr tes now nnd Ksru Un, . ae8 mo prion ws n.-- 4 k jsi'l a nllent fight for his irty too old to on'Joy those thlnga, no Hh- - ask thnt you Krnnt ua thin iiotitioa, ! ngaltist asked .y oftV $1 O ti - t n nd NiHHt fH ' drffully" Iiennlty wltldi will fco on noon. " Then his iioko miiBt bo aomutlilni; ton to our liiiiipllcutlou and damn oh, Lord, nod holp ua reform (Uo u n ki'owh. th' rslsler. Klvo pound aatka wero CHIididHttMi li (i.in'"'i ifi Ins tliosu tlmt don't think aa wo do. Yea, world Bcontor. filioillf Ohio (Entity. .ll""'l y Hie Food Administrator ut'of storm at Hie )"il. found Hartford Republican. IMPORTANT SAYS pop-cor- H St -- -2 t- -a i - ,,,. "" D' . loi - I lnrl rar ... "'", .,..-,.- trts n-p- l!t! .1- r" . '". enod, " f'wp H ..or tl- 1- t win-irtrn- I " in o-- ie re-rr- tn ij . mum-bcrstii- n t- - - RlflS hus-ines- s Ul ...... .. i. 1 .1- n-i- I ch - r- ' nr'y m T-- , - j hr I . -- .1- j head-wind- s. iV-AK- ' J ; . . ...... -, fle " lsd lf,w.. Bep-ldlcen ,"'" , '"'"" ,,r plll. "r " '""' kper-eppnll- n 1 ar lo," """''.. rtl Ult, !", j 'iii shI' iX 9Ww?rf2,'aB$s3l!S f JU. '"V" w 3TIL. f.,aifa,jr u. jlWu -- i JflMk.-)U- ( I ff" FALL SPECIALTIES MM iiu hc'ihom iiiih nrrivtid I must ho supplied. We are in a position to supply you with comfort from head to foot. ... Mr. J. E. Monday. II 0.1 n was In Owensboro CIRCUIT COURT AT HAWESYILLE JUDGE HLACK AND COMMON. WEALTHS ATTORNEY HMIT1I AT THEIR POSTS. Hawesville, Ky., Oct. 22. The Hancock Circuit Court convened in regular session In this city nt 0 o'clock this morning. The coii- -t house was well filled with towns-peo- plo and husky farmers and their sons and daughters from the country-sidAt 9 a. m., the appointed hour, Judge ' Slack rnnnod for nnlrr nml ninrk Mr. Adams was directed to read the orders of the last day of the last regular term. This duty performed, Deputy Sheriff Fuqua, in accordance with directions, so to do, called the! names of those who had been summoned for services as grand Jurors. After the completion of the panel, Judge Slack charged the Jury as to their duties, and they repaired to the room provided, to begin their investigation as to the infractions of the penal laws. The petit Jury was quickly empanneled and the docket of commonwealth cases was called for trial. The most important criminal case on the docket for trial at this term, Com'th. vs. Bertrura Staples, charged with seduction under promiso of marriage, was called for trial. Commonwealth's Attorney Smith promptly announced ready for trial. Counsel for Hie. defendant announced not ready and filed the affidavit of his client as to what absent witnesses would bay if present, which the Com monwealth's Attorney declined to ad mit as the depostions of such absent witnesses and the case was continu ed for the defendant, until the Jan uary term. There remained only a few unimportant cases which were disposed of in regular order. There are but few civil cases for trial, and the court will make an effort to complete its labors by' adjourning hour Wednesday, at which time it is believed that the business for the term shall have been completed. e. i ! 3 35 3j 5 23 j3 3 sAAdftftAAftAAftfiJi & when your winter needs Her. S. K. Harlan Is holding a protracted meeting at Union Grove. Mr. 49 49 9 ti 0. Is in H. Likens, of Washington City, town this wenk. 4? 49 49 49 49 49 Heavy Shoes study t ? & c Millinery Department C. Her and family and Mrs. Ira In Loulsvlllo the first of Dean wr-r- J. the week. Mrs. K. W. Ford and children visited in Fordsvllle from Saturday till 4? 49 9 Wear Resisting l I i i l l l IP Monday. Miss Haltle Weller, of Dundco.wlll y 49 i 1 J & for Idabel, Okla., to un dertake school work. Mr. Ed Foreman, of Narrows, was leave 49 49 49 49 49 49 9 i the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Foster Dennett, Monday and Tuesday. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, Is omploycd on the mechanical force of Mr. 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 Every week adds to our big stock the late styles. So you can visit our Millinery Parlors with the assurance of finding the style you want at the lowest price possible. Possibly your old hat needs touching up a little if so, bring it along. ;The Republican this week. Hon. C. E. Smith, Commonwealth's Attorney for this district, was n In Hawesville this week, encaged Circuit Court. WANTED All kinds of Junk, hides, wool, feathers and roots. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Ctf Bearer Dam, Ky. Mrs. A. D. Litchfield, wife of j I Shoes must be had for the cold and wet winter. We give special attention to this i i & & class of Footwear-an- d our j s 49 4? 4? 4? 49 4? Men, Women and Children i c Coats and Coat Suits An unusual large line in Coats and Coat Suits in all the new fabrics and shades. This week adds new numlKJis at a SIMCCIAI, PRICE. We court coin pari-son- . Look elsewhere, then come to us. We will show you the goods at a tower price. 4? 49 49 49 49 49 can find the sort of Shoe protection they need here. Don't wait until all of your size is gone, the manufac turer is very slow on deliveries now. the i & new Methodist pastor here, went to Pembroke Monday for a few days visit with friends. Ladies' Shoes No lady is now considered well dressed unless her footwear is We are showing a very popu-la- r line in Kid Vamp and White Kid" Tops. Battle Ship (Jrays, all JMaek Kid, White Kid, Black Kid Vamps with tan top. The above are special numbers. Our stock in other shoes is very large. We extend to you a special invitation to see the above lines before sending your money to a mail-orde- r house, assuring you that when qualities ate considered our prices are as low as any house. Don't forget this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. up-to-dat- When you go to buy your Dining j Table get that Oak. C ft., round pedestal table for only $15 from Acton Bros. 17t2 Mr. Homney Duff, of Indianapolis, Ind., was the guest of his mother, Mrs. It. J. Duff, at Sulphur Springs, the first of the week. 49 49 IP 4? 41 l i & 49 49 9 i l& 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 ti J and Mrs. Amanda Barrett, of Barretts Ferry, wore in nllrtford Monday having some dental work done. Mr. Loyd and wife J. I. l jE&&'Gc Miss , , of New York Olty, was here the first of the week the guest of his brother. Deputy Circuit Court Clerk, J. A. Howard, Jr. Mr. E. E. Howard, 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 J i - For Sale. One upright piano, mahogany case Misses Dollie Bean and Cecil two of Owensboro's pret Seo or writo MISS WILLIE SMITH, 17t3p ty girls, were the week-en- d guests Commercial Hotel, Hartford. n family of Mr. Joe White, of the Kuy-kendo- li, E. P. Barnes & Bf o Beaver Dam, Ky. L & i & & c at Kotows. HARTFORD ATTORNEY TOUCHED BY TEARS of about 150 feet, using their machine Runs, and penetrated tho German lino at one point to a depth of orronmt no IS ALLIES PLAN two and a fifth miles. I'm in v Sunnydale, to Ora Maden, Suunydale. young family of man, wife and baby You can get Coal Buckets, Shovels The greatest depth of the drive whoso tears indicated distress, and was in the center of tho line, where upon inquiry was informed that the Ij. It. It. TIME TAI1LE. and Pokers from Acton Bros., HartL., II. ST. Just Received A carload of the Ky. village Chavignon was capture-17t2 old No. 113 duo at Kllmltch 8:32 p.m. ford, reliable Jones Brand Fertilizer. man fiad just been drafted for army DEATH DRIVE OF ALLIES WILL the after a violent struggle which reservice, and that tho wito and baby 7:30 a.m. No. 110 duo at Ellmltch KNOW NO WINTER'S Lay In your supply now while we Fur that Whlto Cotton Felt sulted in the enemy fleeing pell moll. had mado the trip from a central No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. STORMS. have it. that you aro in need of see Some of the best troops in the army Kentucky town to Louisville in order . 6:35 p, m, Ar. Irvlngton -W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 15t Bros. 17t2 of the German crown prince were jn-to spend tho last possible moment Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:C5 p, m. gaged in endeavoring to hold back: u..a.,u ...m miUu. p, m. ui. Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 Miss Martha Rhodes, who went to Qct 23. A mighty and New y Judge V. II. Barnes spent the Russellville recently the onslaught, but their efforts 'trere , o. Ill Lv. Louisville ... 8:36 a. ,m. to enter Logan tho way over to Frankfort the at- French blow, struck at unavailing under the enthusiasm of a. m. first of the week Iu Louisville and Female College, was talcen suddenly torney. whose heart had been touch- Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 the French to win positions which of tho separating the German line, netted 111 Friday and came homo Saturday. ed by tho tears Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. Frankfort. 1:04 p. m. She Is reported much Improved this family, approached the mother with (troops two miles of territory, 7,500 would place them more advantageAr. Ellmltch Mrs. Elspie Thurber, of Eureka, week. the inquiry why her husband had not prisoners and 25 guns this morn- - ously to press on later toward Laon. M., II. & E. 11. It. TIME TAULE. lad., is (siting her sUter, Mrs. W. For about a week the French arJjoen exempted from the service, and'. South Bound, No. 116 tillery had been hurling tons of 8:46 a. m. H. Forenmn. Dr. C. W. DeWeese. formerly of irom n ur simple uuswtr uiscuveri'ii Due at Hartford The loss is recorded along with the Fordsvllle, who recently Joined tho that the people were poor and ig sinking of fifteen Teuton warships by steel into the German line in front North Bound, No. 114 'of them , prcparation for the drive Buy that good Iron Bed that you awaro that the 5:66 p. m. Oftlcers Medical Rqserve Corps at norant and wore not Due at Hartford am. iuoiussuiuuu and when u wag started sa,, ,,avoc aro In need of, from Acton Bros., 1Du,au husband was entitled to an appeal Fort Riley, Kansas, has been trans-- j (Both "Mixed Trains.) uermany s enecuve iorce or super- - already had been wrought by 17t2 Hartford, Ky. the ferred to Camp Dodge, at Des Moines, from the service to which he had Zeppelins. guns. In addition - to the nrisnnnrt. been called through some error of .. -, I Iowa. .,- x rm. r. i i MIsh Orrol Fielding, of taken by the French, the Germans the exemption board. Be it said to ! is visiting tlio family of Mr. W. tho softness of the attorney's heart cleverly conceived and most brilliant- - also auKcred heavy casualties. Mr. Cm. Davis Royal and wife, of T. Woodward. Thc ,atCBt advi(5i;s concernlng tha made notes of the circum- Iy executed actions of the war. More Personal News Fordsvllle, aro visiting Mrs. Royal's that he stances of tho case, and voluntarily, than one thousand prisoners belong- - navai activities in the fi.iif r ni Mr. William Johnston, of Bar- - father. Mr. Tom Wallace, near town. without hope of anyothcr compensa ing to tho Fifth Prussian Guards between (he Germans and the Uus- and Social Kuents. ,aken and the French still Bans show that altho tho Ull3dIaU8 rettw Ferry, was In Owonsboro ou Mr. Royal is a rural mail carrier out tlon but tho love of Justice and sym-.weof the Fordsvllle office and is taking biulncsii Monday. !ost the battlnshln Slav.-- . n.i pathy for a heart-broke- n wlfo and continue tneir victorious progress. ir- his vacation. Tho battle opened before dawn torpedo boat destroyer, the Germans mother, began at once tho prosecufront, from wcre the heaviest Editor of tho Herald. W. H. tion of an appeal to secure the re- along a losers. Two of See Fordsvllle Planing Mill Com- lease of the unfortunate man from the northeast of Laffaux, about the tholr dreadnoughts, one cruiser, was In Loulsvlllo from Fri- Seo Kck Rial for Kindling Wood. Coombs, neighborhood of Vauxalllon to La'tweV0 torpedo boats, one transport pany's special offer of Yellow Pine service in the army. jduy nut II Sunday. Roycre Farm. Amid inky darkness, and nurnerous mine swepers. were Flooring, In this paper. They can c Vou can get Wlro to baio your hay Mr. M. L. Hcavrln has sold his run- save yon money. Write them for Dr. II. B. Washburn will be at the the French troops left their trenches put out 0, actIon by the RuM,an 17t3 at Acton Bros. about and bought an ologant four prices of Composition Rubber Roof-ln- g Comerclai Hotel, Beaver Dam, Ky., and with a terrific barrage fire from fleet. "While the exact fate of these the kind that lasts. during the week commencing with tho most powerful concentration of vessels has not been ascertained can bo had at seated Ororlaud car. Mixed Feed and Oats guns ever gathered on such' the Pctrograd government, ?.Ionday, October loth, and on each 1712 it is an-- a Actou Uros. short front preceding them, and nounecd that at t ,. Rev. W. II. Foreman and wlf reCall and let us show you our full third Monday and the week follow ir nf ih. and complete lino of Cook Stoves, ing, thereafter, to do all kinds of,101116 thclr waT forward, Into anU ninn ilfHttrnvp7fi wrn unV Mr. Josso Fullx, of Olaton, was In turned Monday from a visit t nances, Heaters and Grate, which first class dental work at reasonable over tlio first German positions, at Barretts Ferry. Further German attempts to land town Monday. we ea forces on the Esthonla coast to the I5t4 sweeping all resistance aside. furnish you at very low prices. Altogether, six German infantry North of Werder have been repulsed Mr. John Taylor, of Waltesvllle, prices. ACTOK BROS., Esqulro Bon Rlc, f FordivllU, The Socialist party has named can- divisions were aligned, facing the by Russian detachments. wftk all sUter, 17te pent thu week-on- d Hartford, Ky. was in town Monday. didates for County o dices as follows: French attacking forces, but none of Mrs. B. If. Ullls, here. 3 Reprfcsentatlve, Alvln Chlnn; County them was able to withstand the onl Mrs. San Finm died at her heme Mrs. Anna Lashbrook Is vlsltloc: Public Hale. slaught. The advance continued like wctk. Mr. Howard Happy, of Mayleid, near Dundee Friday and was buried Judge, P. K. Woodruff: County Clerk. Daviess county this At my residence 1 Vt miles below M. L. Ament: Sheriff. J. M. Shultz: 'clockwork. was In Hartford a few days aga, tad at New Baymus church Saturday. Carrolllon. on Green Rtvoc, 3 '0 A correspondent observed the Chapman; Assessor, T. Her death was due to heart trouble. Jailer, J. H. MIm Wlllye Smith, of Ownsbor, we ware happy to meet him. J. Phelps. For Magistrate they have. He from a point whence he could see n,,,es above Smallhous, on the 10th In HtrtUra. Is spondlnK the Funeral services were conducted by two candidates: II. L. Render, Mc- - the entire line and was able to watch. ,,ar ot November, 1917, I will Mrs. It. L. Tweddell, Calhoun, Ky., Rev. W. H. Foreman, of Hartford.' Heary, and E. P. Sandefur, Crom- -' the precision with which the artillery . for M,e lo tDe highest and best bid- For 8lo-)l- y Good Work Horde. Ap it at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. well. Thero is no candidate for prepared the German for the advance acr ,lie following described prop- (!. F. Rchupmlre, who Is quite ill. A. F. JONES Dr. Taylor. Shults and Stewart County Attorney or School 8uper!n-'o- f lo One span of good mules, on the infantry and the methodical orlr n. I, llurtford, Ky. were called Monday to the residence tendent on their ticket. letlp young fillies, one I Dr00(1 ma"e tho Infantry's progress. manner of Whoa you want to get yaur Gro- - of Mr. Ernest Stewart, near Deda, to The Kronen attack U one of the horse' 4 "Ilea cows, 16 head of cerles where quality and quantity perform an operation on Mr. Stew-ca- n ELITE FLOUR As good as most important gains of terrains since 'uns eutllo. i calves, fartnlns 1m- Administrator's Notice. ll on fart's ten year old child. Later bo had at a mado none belter. All persons knowing themselves In-- 1 thoy threw back tho army of the P'owonta and household furniture. 17t2 ports indicate the little fellow is debted to tho estate of John Morton, German crown prince, which was be- - Terms made known on date of sale, Bros. W. H. KLLIH A UltO. 1514 jcetllae; along nleely. 17t2p j, c. Hilt. (colored) doceased, will eomo for sieging Verdun. went ! Sheriff S. O. Keowu bought an Ov- ward at once and settle, and all perwas made evor a front The stroke Mr. M. Ii, Hcavrln Mrs. John Duke and Mrs. Minnie J sons having claims against tho said of nbouf six miles, from the east of I rrluud last week. Ha and Mr. Harold Wednesday unU will iolur ! NOTICE. IJolbrook weut to Louisville Satur-- , Wedding motored over to Dundee estate will present came, properly Vauxnlllou to Pargny-FilalUnder After October 1, 1017, I will be lit jy. day by tho way of Owonsboro and yestorday to spend the day with proven, to me on or before Kovcm- - rainy and generally unfavorable the oflice of Dr. A. B. Riley from Jaspor, Id. Mr. Koown left tho ma- - friends. They wero accompanied by her 1, 1917, or they will be forever weather conditions, tho French push- - p. m. to 4:00 p. in., uml lu my oillco iiuv that Owonsboro Wagon ed forward alt along tho lino, aided over WUIhuu.s DruK Storo from I): 0(1 bent on tlin ninrhut for Uio least clilno in Loulsvlllo for the use of his tholr cousin, Mr. Johnson, of Louis- bar rod. ' y audacious aviators who flow over n. in., to ia:oo noon. H. B. MARTI.V, Admr., froai AOn Urtf., Hartford. son, Lleutonant Gllmoro Koown.who vlllo, who Is hero in tho Interest of niuy, ' i German positions at an altitude 14t4 U stationed at Camp Taylor. 'tho Liberty Bond salo. nart'orl, T'y DICK. U. PENDLETON. Kr. ! Hartford Republican. Pauline White, of Narrows, secured marriage license While waiting at a Louisville de- STRAIGHT this week. was iu Owonsboro, shopping, Satur Bailie Hefiin, Simmons, to Nellie Gra- pot, a few days ago, for a Frankfort day. ham, Mcllenry, and Felix Brown, train a Hartford attorney noticed a Only two Ohio county couples havj tf55?5WySS?5i5i 49 AHEAD ,. .,.. v r"M tri-col- or ... ( I .:. - iiior.em.-uiouBuioneoiinemos- ! it : r0 I.... nine-kilomet- er I h ln.-m- bat-,80"- wk r -- uiouey-savlng.ca- . - a. lo '" im rti of f and 12 months, to-w- &n1ilbXJ'u"cm'"'"" i said line; 25 poles to tho beginning, her 5, 1017, nt nbout tho hour of MASTKH COMMIKHIONKR'S SAM?. n., on a credit containing 1 '4 acres, more or lesi, ono o'clock p. in., on a credit of six tho followlnc described property, Helm: the samo property convev-c- d and twelve months, tho following deOhio Circuit Court. K, Johnto W. I1. Hunloy by scribed Innd, Two tracts of land situated and J. XV. Mercer, ct nl., I'lnlntllTs, A tract of land In Ohio county, IioIiib In Ohio county, Kentucky, and son, et nl., by deed dated Decemvs. N'otico of Sale. 1305, and of record In deed Kentucky, on tho waters of Jndlan ber II, bounded and described as follows: Ex Parte. .13, pa bo 118, Ohio County Camp Creek and bounded as 1 Law Beginning at n slako book fol- Attorney nv virtue of n Judcment nnil orTract No. lows: dor of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, on the couth hank of Rough Hlvcr, Clerk's olllce.N'os. 1, 2, 3 HAHTEOHD, KV. In tracts and 4, the HcKlnnliiK nt a stono In It. C. rendered nt Its September .term, corner of Kvcrly Bros.' hind; tlienco ; lino; thence S. 70 poles to V?Vrtvafl It'll ILtmjUOi Will practice his profession In IhM 3917, In the ahovo styled action, fur with their lino S. 04 XV. 131 poles to coal and mineral underlying sniue .'it-'- .' plaintiffs and Itoynl's corner, a dead white oak; tho purpose of sale and distribution a sweet gum, elm ami hickory; to be reserved to the and adjoining count!. Conunorcisi V of tho proceeds and tho payment of flu nee N. 20 V. GO poles to a their heirs and assigns, together wlih .hence with said Hoval's line I in nd Criminal Practice a Specialty. tho costs of this action and the cost suiko; thence N. d1,. XV. 03 poles and the right to remove said coal from joles to his torner, u gum; thence Hlir . ul poles to n white oak. HiifTrr. of this sale, I will offer for sale ntlG links to two elms on the bank of said laudsr. mid to miuo the same. ilLOFAMEREAHI: public outcry to the highest nntl best Hough Illvcr; tbenco up Hough HIv-- 1 Tract No. will be sold In fee with ty's corner; thenro with said Haffcr-ty'- s lino N. 04 W. 29 poles to a out any reservations whatever. Tract widdor nt the court hnuso door inier with Its meanders to tne 1 will be sold separately, tracts gum, poplar and black oak; g, containing CSVi acres, more or No. Kentucky, on Monday, tbenco In ft ctty where rood hotel abound, tin Powhatan JtcaCi the vcmber Ii, 1917, It holnp regular less. Uolng tho same land convey-count- y N'os. 2. 3 and 4 will be sold together, N. 10 poles to Oeo. Miller's corner; Int. court day, at about tho hour ed to V. V. Condit by L. H. Coudlt Tract No. r will bo sold separately, tbenco with said Oeo. Miller's lino It it f.nt in the learn of its Ky. of one o'clock p. in., on a credit of mid wife, Ilallio Condit, on the 10th and tracts Nns. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will lm 140 polos to the beginning, contain- countrymen. j six montlis. tho followlnc described day of August. 1914, by deed of sold together and the highest hid lug 57 acres, moro or less, Deducting one acre, more or loai. property, t: record In tho Ohio County Clerk a accepted. Highway and The share of tho Infant, Hessb-in- previously sold to Oeo. Miller nnd Certain trncts of land lying nnd he- - oIHce, In deed book CO, page 418. in Ohio County, Kentucky, and Tract No. 2 Beginning at a stone Ilunley. together with vuluo of her being n part of tho land of Julia Design. .Ill bounded as follows: and hickory stump on the bank of homestead right In said lands shall Urashcnr, conveyed to Jns K. Miller UJV Tract No. 1 On tho Hartford and Hough River, the said stump Is the, remain n Hen on the land sold, until and Mary Miller by Chns. K. Miller, Paradlso road and bounded on the'stunin of tho hickory tree called for she arrives at the ago of 21 years, ortliy deed dated Fob. 7, 1SSS. recorded south by tho Central Coal Company's In former deeds to this land, known until her guardian qualllles by ex-- 1 in deed hook 37, pa go 4CC,Ohlo Conn-lanCircuit jty Court Clerk's olllce. on the cast by J. W. linker's as the Spangler tract; thence duoieruting bond in the Ohio me purchaser wll lio required to and Court. laud; on the North by Main's land, son th 30S poles to a willow The Totttiatan n rclmot, eie Tho purchaser will bo required to executo bond immediately after sale and on the west by E. A. Mnddox's black oak on the north bank of cluiive, anil restful, t lis land. Said tract containing 14', Grasy Creek to Hough Hlvcr; thence execute bond immediately after sale, which bond shall be approved by the ' location on l'aiimlvami Avenue, 18tli ami H titrtcts, ncrc3 more or less, nelng same up Hough Kiver to tho beginning and 'and a Jien will be retained on said 'commissioner, and a Hen will bo re- makes it a itesiralilr licac'qiuf nfued on said laud as additional so 'land as further security land conveyed to J. XV. Baker by Rob- contalnlmr 100 acres. hi:avi:k dam, kv. leis for bridal couplet, touiiit Given under my baud, this the eurity. ert M. Hicks and ,wifo on December The interest of the Infant's Byron I ailict, concniions. Schools ami Given under my hand tills tho 13th ' 1, 1S8S, deed recorded in deed book V. and Lou Belie Williams In said 13th day of October, 1917. , lotlcrcs. Olllce James Taylor's Livery Barn. day of October. 1017. OTTO C. MAKTIN, County Court land will not bo paid, but will re-- ! 7, page 528, Ohio The Powhatan attract! the rcjple of culture and education. OTTO C. MARTIN, Humes & Smith, Attorneys. Conveyed to Mary tain a Hen on said land until the Clerk's olllce. lt tiroximuy to State, War and j 103 Master Commissioner, Master Commissioner. Mercer and Lizzie Duke Mercer by guardian of each of said Infants HJt.1 Saw Uepartmriits, alio to man? M. L. I lea villi, Attorney. deod dated March 7, 190S, recorded shall qualify and execute bond In this I'Oinli cf IiKtorical Interest, ' a makes this hotel In deed hook 35, page 107. MASTKR COMMI.SSIO.VKR'S SA1.K. couit. to a ilitcnmipatinir pub Tract No. 2 A tract of land near The purchaser will be required to lie. J I I'M. Smith i' Recommend Chamber-- i tho old Emporia Mines in Ohio coun- executo bond with good and sulll-- i Ohio Circuit Court I J The Pow.utin offers rooms i Iain's Tablets. ty, Kentucky, being two lots; one dent security for the purchase price Bettie Tlchenor, Plaintiff, with detached bath at 51. JO, .. .t,t, .rfciw l Kco-n$2.00 and up. '.t "I have had moro or less stomach i with priconveyed to J. A. Daugherty by J. of said land immediately after sale,! vs. Notice of Sale. ...v-.J.mil .n,iiiwiii,.riiiiTi2 vate bath. $2.50, M.OO and uy. W. Baker and wife and one convey- and a lien will bo retained as add!-- : Nannie Tlchenor, Detondant. trouble for eight or ten years," writ- tlcyXu A vr ii, I..TV '..nt'tA.n rATCNt Write for I'OcMtt r.ith nun, ed to J. A. Daugherty by John H. tlonal security. (THAT PAV,iwitiitiiiinih,imi,-i.ij.lly virtue of a Judgment and order Mrs. (I. II. Smith, Iirewerton, N. T. c.r I WW JJClt CU I. ,1 . CUFFOItn j;. lV.'IP, Stevens and wife. For a more perGiven under my hand this the 13th Srii! nitilfl, titiututr titteh for rncr rtiv t of "- -I aU,aCkS fect description referenco is made day of October, 1917. on tiitAMIItj. tl jiwrs1 iramer suft- - K nur to tho above mentioned deeds. OTTO C. MARTIN. PA95INO MlrCrTIICCa tor the purpose of a sale and th- - !"""""" ""' .. .Ffrr.:o l I'm on I'rultlKlitn IMt, nl, rll to Being same land conveyed to Mary 1C13 proceeds applied to the .supper'. ono or two of Chamberlain's Tab Master Commissioner. tSO3-0O- fi Qovontll Strnol, Mercer by J. A. Daugherty on the Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. maintenance and education of the lets havo always relieved me. I waniiwctT-tjri- , O. C o-o- 15th day of June, 1S94, recorded in deieudaut. Nannie 1 ieheuor, ami the havo also found them a pleasant laxOhio County Court Clerk's office in MASTHR COMMISSIONER'S SALE. payment of the costs of this action ' deed book 50, page 477. and the cost of this sale, 1 will oftcr ative." Tlieso tablets tono up the Tract No. 3 Lying in Ohio counOiiio Circuit Couit. for sale at public outcry to the high- - stomach and cnablo It to perform its THE ty, Kentucky, on the waters of Beav- X. G. Ilunley. et nl.. Plaintiffs, est and best bidder at the court functions naturally. If you aro trouSEWING er Dam Creek, and in the town of vs. Notice of Sale. house door In Hartford. Kentucky bled with Indigestion give them a Emporia nnd being a part of tho laud 3x Parte. on Monday, November 5, 1017, it be- trial, get well and stay well. MACXNE in conveyed by I. H. Uaker to J. XV. BaBy virtue of a Judgment and or-l- ing regular county court day, at about OF ,j O ker and recorded in deed book X, of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., on a WILL YOU QUALITY. page 507, Ohio County Clery's olllce, cnlpred In the above styled action credit of following de- tho ! fi'T mi TAKE OUR' lt and bounded as follows: Beginning H tho September term, 1917, for scribed property, at a stake on the North side of I. C. the purpose of a sale and distribti-- i A tract of land situated in Ohio FOR FLETCHER'S It. R. Company's right of way, run- tion of tho proceeds among the Joint county, Kentucky, and bounded and NOT t ning N. 31 XV. 150 feet to a stake; owners of the land hereinafter do- - described us follows: . SOLD thence S. GO W. 150 feet to a stake; scribed, and for the purpose of pay- Beginning at a stone in the center U N,D E R A Trsaloitnl thence N. 33 W. 175 feet to a stake; ng the costs of the above styled ac- - of tho Hartford and Point Pleasant (2Mi. ANY H sH B liH m F thence S. 44 B. 130 feet to n stake; ion, together with tho costs of thH road; thence S. 3 XV. G4 roils and 41000000 (Of WEAK OTHER .... r ...ill III1UI 1UI M1IU n IJUUlli; II..1... ... l SlllJIV, UlU'l' 11..1 IIIr .. . IUl. q thence S. GO XV. luU feet to a branch; iillU, ..l tlL ..i.iia llIlliS IU 11 IlIIKS Will nr.n. NAME. thence with said branch S. S7 E. 253 auction to the highest and best bid- - oak. Nettle Bennett's corner in J. B. ,,...,.. LUNGS or "-- ... feet to the I. C. right of way. Con- - icr at the court house door In Hart- - Boyd's line; thence with his lino S. " taining 1 3 acres, more or less, or,i. Kentucky, on Monday. Novem- - SS E. 70 rods to a stono and white CONSUMPTION' WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. conveyed to Mary Mercer, by J. XV. ier .1, 101 1, that being regular coun- oak in his corner on tiie Centertown If you pnrrli.iKo tho NI'W IIOMi: you will on tho 1st day of June, 1905, ty court day, at about the hour of one Mid Beda road; thence Baker with said have n llfr nsct n t tho prloo you iy, nnJ will which deed is recorded In Ohio Coun- o'clock p. ni., upon a credit of six A tjuick irlirf for tint lireil, run J own frrllnc. not have nn cihUojs clmln of repairs. "lirr'i'ni riiii.i , ty Clerk's office In deed book 30, ind twelve months, the following de- links North of a beech; thence with: cough, pnini In filch! t.rit, hrraor rhicrt, wak lunci or cooiumpltou. It It dges Owensboro. pace 371. scribed land, lying and being in Ohio fald road S. S7 E. 55 to a stone; not help you it cotta you DOthI&. g Quality Tract No. i A parcel of land ly- county, Kentucky, and bounded as thence N. C. E. Smith, Hart-link- s 13 Coiu'th. Attorney E. 10 rods and Locr no GtC ing on the east end of the farm of J. .ollows: to a stone in the Center of the CO, ford. Considered OHIO MEDICAL COLllMntiK r W. Baker, near Emporia Mines, in Tract No. 1 Being on Pond Run Hartford and Point Pleasant road; cicrk A. C. Porter. Hartford. Ohio County, Kentucky, and bounded , .... . ,v . ,, ,, . ,, reek and begiuing nt a stone on the inonce wmi sam roan it u the ..nras follows: Beginning at J. D. N. XV. corner; thence E. 20S poles to rods and 12 links; thence N. 47i . .V Daugherty'-S. XV. corner in Bud V Cheapest till. I III ft f (I fll . ,.,,.,!,. tl,.,,,n C .. 1,1. II, l. W ilir.nnn V CA W 1,' ,,!., Brown's lino and running N. 30 XV. TC1 poles when reduced to a straight i thence N. 50 W. 11 rods; thenco N. .Trustee .Jury Tumi Cal P. Keown in the end 12G feet to J. D. Daugherty's N. W. lue, to one sweet and one black gum; 9'. W. 31 rods to the beginning Hartford. corner; thence S. XV. 145 feet to a 'hence west 212 poles to a stone; and containing 34 acres, more or to buy. stake or stone; thence S. E. 9S feet thence N. 71!'; poles to the begin- less. Tltis being a part of same land 1st Monday in March 12 days Coiu'th. and Civil. to a stake or stone in Bud F. Bioun's ning, containing 100 acres, more or conveyed to grantor by J. A. St. Clair yon Ncwliii,' lnnchltn, write for If line; llience N. E. 137 1,2, feet to the 'ess. Being tiio same land conveyed and his wife by deed dated October 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. ourlntcst ratnlni;uebToro you jiuniiaM. beginning, containing one-haacre 'o XV. P. Ilunley by Harrison Ain-!- J5. 1912. and recorded in tho Ohio 1st Monday Mn July 12 days Tfee fi'Biv Home Sewini Medline Co., Orange, Mess. more or less, being the same land et al.. by deed dated August 30. County Clerk's office in deed book Com'th. and Civil, conveyed to Mary Mercer by Robeit 'SSG. aiitl of record In deed boo!: 14, page 42. Coal and mineral ret 3d Monday in September 12 days T. Walker and wife May 2, 1S07, 7, page 213, Ohio County Clerk's of served. Civil. deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's fice. The purchaser will be required to ofllce in deed booh 50, page 4 79. Tract No. 2 On the waters of execute bond immediately after to uh Monday in November 12 days Tract No. 5 A lot of ground in Pond Hun Creek, beginning at a approved by the commissioner, an.! Com'th. and Civil. Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded as sweet gum and black gum, W. P. a Hen will ho retained as additional COl'NTV COURT. i II Beginning at tbe N. V. Hunley's corner to his 100 acre tract security. follows: ' corner of the first lot mentioned in on the old creol: bed of tald creek; (ilvcn under my band, this tin Meets first Monday in each month .lutlge Joltn B. Wilson. from Win. Russell to Mary Mer- thenco with a lino of Ills said tract 13th day of October, 1917. j I cer; thence with the North line of N. SO XV. 218 poles to a stone, his County Att'y. A. I). Kirk. Otto C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. this lot 14 7 feet to Its N. E. corner, "orner, in line of T. Morton's tract; ICtS j Clerk XV. C. Blankcnmlp. thence in a Northernly course ll ex- thence with a lino of samo S. 3 XV. ' John B. Wilson, Attorney. Sheriff S. O. Keown. actly the same direction as tho fist H0J i:?Ies to a stono, Luther I ILLUSIBATIONS 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 im (f tho above mentine! Mary Brown's oolner in the Morton's lln.o; MASTER com.mih.sioxi:r'.s SAMS. Superintendent Oznn Shults. j K rj.P informed of tho World's rrocres In Mercer lot 15 feet to a stake; thenco 'henco with said Brown's Hue S. S7' .Jailer W. P. MIdklff. ,. tnsinccrlnc, Mechanics nnj Invention. For Av.es-.o- r C. C. Hlnes. m a westerly courso parallel with E. 91 poles to n small black oak on Ohio Circuit Court. tho first lino herein 117 feet fo a said Pond Run Creek, one polo eait A, S. Smith. Atlmr., et til., liaintiffa, C. S. Moxley. Surveyor ilia tli lnrorltMiiMiliii lu Iipiom tlmuittiliitt lb wurlit, i)iiMiiidict stake; tbenco in a southerly course of a beech, said Brown's corner; Utir rrt-l' vs. Notieo of Sale. Dr. A. II. Hlley. Coroner J 15 feet to the beginning. Being same thence up said creek as it meanders Mrs. H. C. Moore, el al., Defendants. " tor ttilnsa uux are ronttmiiljr i n th Ittcti oal inicrnoitiiir un.1 u COURT. l'ISCAIi "land convoyed to Mary Mercer by J. in tho middlo thereof to tho mouth By virtue of a judgment and orWritten So You Can Untlorstand It Meets Tuesday after first Monday XV. Baker deed dated April 25, 1908, of the said bed of said CJ'Oek; thence der of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, I UUAKANTKKI) SKRVICK B i...n.H ..;.... ., nrt.LrnUn.tni.. v ' -- .:... ....... rartlcnl lllnta ,:.v"rr ".-.:"- :.' u. and recorded in tho Ohio County. up said old creek bed as it meanders rendered at Its September term, 1917, In January, April and October. ..j..a.. ... ., iitntn, nniiin-- (no Jloiuu. I per rent One hundred olllce in deed book 50, page in tho middle thereof to the begin-niiiiTIffiV oiT'.l,""ef (l ''""ll f"r ,liu Ciork's In tho above styled action, for tlif 1st Magisterial District Ed Shown, UrlaliallkiiniiiiiLthlnntilll,awinnil.lln 8 raluo. -Special work for W. fi lr un.l l....crji,li tliittlia, Kimltiin, llontfc Hunw containing 107 acres moro or purpose of a salo and distribution of 47S. Route 7. i.ti I iirnmir... nn ..,, .in. ,n u ...,s Tract No. G One lot or parcel of less. Being the samo land com ey tho proceeds and tho payment of the 1 Hartford, rui.tloLifurtln).MJualc,t'oniiranilSiruiiiii ji u. w. Winson D Ministerial District Sl.SO PER YCAR Kentucky, and ed to Harrison Austin and wife to costs of tho above styled action and f land in Ohio county, nmmrnk.n mr.lrrnoir Or4r frsn, yr MMtlr r ccl frwn Ik twifcr Smith, Select. bounded at follows: Beginning at a,AV. P. Ilunley by deed of date Sep tho cost of this sale, I will offer for osi.ipU copy will bo tnt on rvquttt R 1 R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. persimmon bush at S. hi. corner of toinbor 2l, 1S9S, and of record in salo at public outcry to tho highest :id Magisterial District XV. S. Dean, POPULAR r.lCCHAHICS MAGAZINE S Hi G No. Mivliican Rcnresentlnr; Continental Avnu. CMICACt) Pud l Brown's lot; thenco with t,ho tho Ohio County Clerk's oillco in and best bidder, at tho court house Duudco. f t2X3!&r&KPrJ".imrrwmtttttfl n Marble & Grnnlto Co. lailrotul 147 feet to u stalco; thenco deed book 19, page 1GS. door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon- 1th Magisterial S. XV. District North of east 147 feet to a stake; iS j ftw Tract No. 3 On Pond Hun Creci:, day, November 0, 1917, It being thr Leach, Beaver Dam, Routo 3. 'CeBw'nrviftrnBiTnt7Brncsw? thenco vest of south 147 feet. Bud beginning at a stono in Benj. Ful- regular county court day, at about !. i. j. F. Brown's corner; thence with his ton's lino near the old creek bed, the the hour of 1:00 p. in., upon a cred- .5th Magisterial District S. L. Ftll- fi '1 .. . Tm .1 1 line to tho beginning, containing one-ha- samo being XV. M. Phlpps' corner al- it of six months, tho following dekcrson, Hockport. Vj' ,( t: acre. poles scribed property, so; thenco S. Hi W. 112 f H. C. Tlch-ono- r, Otli Magisterial District r ' 1' ' I! 'i. o 7 ..y Tract No. 7 Beginning at tho rail- to it stono in J. H. Fulton's line, A tract or lot of laud lying and beContertown. road and Hufus Ingram's line; thence Plilpps' corner al3o; thence N. 87 ing in Ohio county, Kentucky, and 7th MnrjistcrJnl District B. F. Rice,. with said lino to the N. K. corner of W. to two black cask on creek bank, i i led as follows: WITH uV'" same; thenco S. W. 40 feet to a extending unto contor of creek; Ono lot of ground commencing on Fordsvllle. l .mlWA-6tako; thenco parallel with tho first tlienco up the creek with its mean-dciin- tho lino of tho Williams Coal Compa fith MnKisterinl District Ben. Yf, line 147 feot to tho railroad line; feot thence E. 152 to the beginning, containing ny, thenco S. 34 Taylor, Hartford, Routo 7. thenco with tho railroad lino 40 feet 47',i acres, moro or less. Tho coal feet; thenco N. 123 feet; tlienco W. to tho beginning. For referenco see lu and under and upon tho descrlb- - 187 feet to tho beginning, bolng lot deed from K. (1. Burton to Wilson ed luntl being reserved. deeded to Win. Hutchinson by S. A. f. CHI SrS'itTC'iii! I H (4 " lit 1IJ Russell, deed book 24, pa go 2CS. Si tt : i o. lleliifc tho samo laud conveyed to ncynolda and wlto May 15, 1900, !; iictt'or.-.n- , ' Being samo land conveyed to Mary W. P. Ilunley by Euneno Herrel and 'i deed Is of record In deod book ... nlU Alt --rini.i., n Morcer by Wilson Hussell and wife, wife, by deeJ dated March 23, 1912, 2iS, page 320, Ohio County Clerk's by deed dated April 14, 1902, and and of record lu the Ohio County otnee, and willed to Anno llutchln-- t recorded in tho Ohio County Court Ciork's oliice In deed book 42, page W. M. Hutchln- i y her husband, CsvxBnv.v"rT- - viii Clerk's offlco in deed book 50, pate 2SS. EfttV-i4Pif47C. Tract No. 4 On Pond Hun Creole Tho purchaser will bo required to Tho purchaser nil! bo required to Umt lmirlnnliirr lit a stonn on raIiI e cxto bond Immediately after sale, VF yen xrant to 2 execute bond immediately aftor sale, crock; thenco K. 13 sCTr.". t poles to a v ln h bond Is to bo approved by tho I llfff 41,11 inltl.MOVT !ri?l m.. InJu m. approved by tho eommlsiionor stono jn nrown'8 lino; thonco S. It commissioner. at Ijucw In Imilcce nndi.rtenrsto bo A lien will albo bo trv. In lnti.utln:i nmt aud a lien will bo retained on snIJ w. 44 5 poles to tho middlo of tho retained on said land as additional Cf t out of Uiu tut; fct oa the Urine Una. Hecul Innd ns additional security. "3 old bed of said creek; thonco up the security. (T uiven untier my uaiiu. tins ine;Biuno wlti, ltsj moandorlngs to tho be Given under my hand, this the 13th . 13th day of October, 1917. ginning. t'l .........rt..f.......HBB....K.. t.11. h..! .... n. f1 Containing two day of October, 1917. about r,iiHiUiii giwiLiutl l. riii f'N.1. OTTO C. MARTIN, ir.ium 'i.i 'ji jrf .M.tkii. 'luiul ."'.'.. acres, moro or less. Being tho same OTTO 0. MARTIN, IreAv: . .w u tu'.vln .iuut. in., o Master Commissioner. lUt3 Mnstor Commissioner. land conveyed to XV. P. Ilunley by ICt 3 t corrrv..u:,Ui. im ll coutiTnir!;. 13. B. Hhonds, Attorney. ).'ai..iwl'l tuvtt !.,.. fiaru ' the mott Intc rtitlrr nd tiieful rrfffiine. and I Benj. Pulton by tlecd of dato OctoC. M. Crowe, Attorney. . it lifeiHHCHl, u laijr- ru worm. .vrry moiiia Hie bcurtl, inontj' v ber 10, 1900, and of recortl In tho t .id I fr'mwiMt Practical F!jivc'. 300 Pictures 2CO Article MASTint COMMISSIONER'S HAI.K, Ohio County Clerk's olllce In dead MASTHR COMMISSIONER'S KAIiK. 8 A safe, old fashioned re. MKluua at .Jcr-nl.All the now i!n w'im a "Jut, sut Pct'M PtUi.; c ci, ) rll for only lu eiectrlrity anil vrirelm.and hoo't 33, paxo 417. I trntlorn In I WABITJIJCIOII. D. e. I uutx.inoliits'1 liml ueroplr.i.et. In ahepwork an,l renicdy for worms, Ohio Circuit Court. Tract No. fi On tho waters of Ohio Circuit Court. pfi tiua.-i.-- . unu iuuiiililiieo. Green Hlvcr. known as tho old Hop' J. K Miller, et al., Plaintiffs, Condit. ct til., Plaintiff, ill Ilarvo Setenty.Eve yrtti conlir.u-o- At'' W How o nlilUn wgll church lot, deeded to the trusvs. Notlco of Salo. s. Notlcu of Ule. it liomr. 59 pares tTery u.c it tli' best ttitimoniil a muiitti,mcluilin.' rptU'tratir, poiuKc Jwu, tees of iwlil church by It. (1. Hold, (lu'on White. Defondaut. Ex Parte. runilture, cut".aolute klio? rirlr. etc. , ,i FHEY'SVERWIFUCEcin !'.. virtue of a Judgment nnd or-By virtue of a Judjtinout nri'l or- recnnlod in deed bonk It., page SI), IM full of Iririf. 3 U offer you. v nt sale rendered at the Septom-- I It it v,nlt a !n pluin Li.Uh fur uu and buy. der of sale rondered In tho above July 7, 1S59, nnd bounded ns fol- t!wm t.ilda alwiyt mi han. It Copy $1. 50 u Year styled action at the September term, lows: term, 1917. of tho Ohio Circuit H IS Cent o ( Un lvcp On Ut'c oneihj.py i .mIKmIiK. .. In tho above styled cause, f jf i liegtuning at a stone and two ( 1917, of the Ohio Circuit Court, for, if rite dlrc. to GOOD ?. . iJl.or J air.... j...u.in- t f firil i) Ott P frnT) a iKTriilnler WiorFourth At N.V, A fop'iUr .scitu- Moe Uily, pro bUc.lt ooks in sslil Reld's wott lin tt'.a wurpoxe of paying tho Jitdgmont, the rurpoM of tllktiibiUiiiK the r ytxit tlu; . a u 17DCF7 t4 herein against tho pored South from ltts liiflnaliiK i ' ' ,e plaintiff .0 tHtiiriiwall fit'. ceet among thosa entitled thero ) HUM I Ji nbU tr ?ai!a(x vjiu )w. a 44. in iUpi uu we u' tho purposa of paying tho eot comr; tbne E. S polu to a stono i idftHt, and all Interest and cost ilctrxsftlr. SacureU ev Yci - :?.:n: r.jck a a'tion. aim me com or um-poles to im of ' .:'tlon eatl of this w'e, I will and blaeV ok: tbenee N. E. & S. FREY, offer for o i 'J i if'ili the iIe at publte auctloH to-- Mirf t ' stone l nn hickorv corner lot of t u In willt'ic hi' h" t sale at imMla... ic. '.vu lidir .1 i int.- uu I'J and but I, to o.il ', le.i ' iiililor ut ill". i - T .... ': thii.K - V Cnll nn That TtoiluMtcull for li'lim , "' '""I'l ii .:il, K"i t'lok;-.tba. ' Job I'rUitiug, o , .u '.i . .j t f.t , l: OttcTMardn at iwrvwmiWNw: m; uegin-Hartfor- d, ;?srw D.C.T ?... excel-l-n- No-inin- ' 0.ETAYL0R.CL Beaver Dam, to-wl- I ' Drainage ' I d; DR. 0. E. HART ' YHTELRINARY SURGRON ( ' , J ' a & t'l'i-vV- j derfu '" trr er i st-- j NEW siH to-w- Oh.il da en Cry J CASTO R A -- .l T A l... i j 2-- oooooooooooo i,,..,..,,,,,. oooooooooooooooooo ii. mm IIVDhIEh r txry ; GERMINAL REMEDY EsS ONE FOR chc-tl- &xAJ3aaiswr mm&Jm''3 MONTH '"' ,,,' 3-- "i n ,,.,.,. ..! lf n, j POPULAitlECHAMCS i .MAGAZINE 1 , an-- E, . lf '.::". 3-- .1 '' -- I Get on the Firing Line w " SteW K333Uef nr; j , j& 4 Moiiiers ... l l tn-ei- 3-- 111 'Cjo"" 2-- Veraifiige For ike CMldmri ui ropuiar science M.ontIily . n .1 I 1 -- - i i"'f;4 i I. -- Eli-t.-a -- C no:icir-mftklrii- ftrn-sarl- Wiwm ? r, . ti . U - 1 ii '.. OSSTS j .... i t' 1 '"- -' i,f WV4 r Ls.jfttfamv,-Ttjztf9. $fe)L . Sl'T- - .crts, ixu.jn& ;.dxu Xja V t w agonsi nv - Wagons! ... Wwww44t Farm Department wagonsi I To Comlmt Animal moro lnton.lv. fight than vor before will ho waged by tho Unit(l Slates Department of Agrlculluro on hoc ebolara and tho cottlo tick wltli funds mado avallablo by tho rocontly enacted food production bill. lietweon them, hog cholera and' cattle-tic- k fever causo annual losses of approximately $(10,000,000. In an effort, to 'stem these losses and so, In effect, to Incrcnsa meat production, tho de- 'partmont will put ti greatly enlarged staff of specialists to work In tho j field within tho next few weeks. Tick .eradication, which la essential to building up cattle raising In sections 'of the South now Infested by ticks, will be extended in all affected veterinarians will States. Twenty-flv- o lie added to tho department's staff to carry on tho work ngalnst hog g cholera throughout the sections of the country. A I hog-raisin- - H that tho ratio received by fattening hogs han much to do with tho econo-m- y 1ms of pork production been nhown MK3H 10 Great WmMmjMm .yl!!crv'it 1 f tests conducted nt the St. Joseph J (Mo.) stockyards by the University i of Missouri Collcgo of Agriculture and tho Kansas State Agricultural V. ..' I Vr.-ft WMSsXr'S full of life nd action, filled with tin. Collcgo working In II. fire of fine inspiration and followed 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, M. Watklns, mnnagor of tho demonwill make stration feed yards at St. Joseph, pro- Wo also do all kinds-o-r sents tho following data concerning Blaeksmithing and lie- EC tho cost of producing pork witti the pairing, cApeeially the hard jobs the other follow I j various rations. can't do. The result given are tho nverago feeding of four successive ninety-da- y in Wo also make a specialty of IIoieshooing and pnriods conducted at tho demonstra-- j Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pace: tlon feed yards. A ration of shelled j X earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Girls Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of corn and tankage required 380 1 ravel, hcicncc, Education. From the hpst minHc ,ua ko. pounds of shelled corn and 28 pounds! Kespect fully yours, minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone of tankage to produce 100 pounds liiincnomc. mere is no age gain. Tho cost of gain was ?l'5.1.r) limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free A ration of shelled corn a hundred. Youth's Companion. If jrou do not know THE COMPANION and Unseed meal required 415 pounds let ui tend you Tlirco Current Issues FflXE. Indole this Coupon with your of shollcd com and 27 pounds lln- 52 Times a Year request. 100 pounds Beed meal to produce What Is Available Plant Food? not 12. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 Kvory reader of a farm paper gain. Tho cost of gain was $15. G.I for tha 52 mum of THE COMPANION More Rood reading than you will for 1315. will reeclvo Tho Companion has encountered frequently tho ex- a Hundred, uno period ot teeuing, Thirly-liv- c years experience in tho shop. get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. It shelled corn, tankngo and shorts pression "available plant food." magazines. a jineuns the plant food which will read- showed approximately the eamo cost e SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS npptrn The THE ily dissolve In tho soil water so that ns shollod corn nnd tankage. IIAIlTFUl.D UU'UIJMCAN AM) VOUXH'S COMPANION, BOS-- B !tho plant can take Jl up In tho nnl- - feed prices upon which thoso figure? ONK YHAK FOIl OX1A' SlJ.Trt. mal stomach there are certain diges are based are corn 52.00 a bushc' -- f yy.r.'-t- Ii VA1 VZ3B!mtiH3aa'2IZ3M&imSMEmi-ZaTiZ2&-TZZf tive fluids that dissolve tho food so tankage $4.50 per hundred pounds, ' We Knock the Spots Out of Things that It can bo absorbed into the blood linseed meal S3. 00 per hundred if7-- 111:1:1-- is a ;ooi pi.ack to si op roit i.itti.k moxkv stream. The soil must servo as a Inniinilx. Hlinrts $.oo per hundred ftl Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th stomach for plants, and as tho plant pounds. Feeders will note that pork can bo , food dissolves In tho soil water it is j The Oi'ilj Hotel in l.oulsWIie Operated on the ami prouuco.i, wuti ieeu ai its present i nusnrhcu into llie piani juices Plans, Aiiiciltnu anil Ftiropcuii .... l..l.. X'ltlil (,., nlni In. 1.I..1. nrtnn nt filmiit tir. tin Fiftv-flv- e typewriters. LesAMKItK'AN PI.AX I Willi Meals) this it cat. bo seen thut'pork at SIS. 00, this makes a margin ,tIon. French Dry Cleaned a'nd Pressed In a sons explained by Moving Picus-jr.eurly $3.00 to insure a reason-- 1 only dissolved plant food Can be Itooms without It. uli but with Hot and Cold Itumiing Water. Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big Deed. Almost all soil materials can be nblo prollt. The unanimous opln people, $2.00 each single, $2.00 per day; 7f Itooms partments Shorthand, BookSend us your Garments and Harq dissolved to a slight extent, but ofton Ion of the best authorities is to tho r,0 Itooms people, 2.25 each single, 2. CO per day; keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them effect that the present high price of the rate of dissolving Is too slow. CO single, 3.00 per day; people, 2. CO each Itooms. Music, Primary Normal. Exhogs will bo maintained for some ItoouiK ttltlt PiUiiti; Itnlli: pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN tjmo to come becauso of the demand Two Methods For Curing Pork. CO Itooms people, 2.75 each single, 3.00 per day; ment. Position assured. Packages called for and delivered. Hog killing time is coming. It is for pork products nnd the apparent 1 people, 3.00 each CO Itooms single, 3. CO per day; Write for catalogue. especially lniporto.nl this year that Ecarcity of them. Tho fact should Kl'KOPKAX PI.AX (Without Meals) each family cure an abundant sup- also bo considered that if crops can THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB fi Daviess Co, Bus. College Itoiiius uilhiiut Until but with Hot nnd Cold Illuming Water. ply of meat. Two methods of curing be fed on the farm, and made to bring as much money as they would A. Iva Nail, Prop. pork aro offered. single, S1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.7C. each 7C Itooms Incorporated DRY CUItE. Do not cut up tho if sold, that the fertility left on the HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. people, 1.00 each CO Itooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 OWEXSBORO, KY. pork till tho carcass is well chilled. farm makes 'that mothod highly CO Front Itooms. single, 1.C0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Mako a mixture of clean, fino salt 40 ..-;.- . mi my WW-- ? Itooms with Private Hath: pounds, whlto or brown sugar 10 CO Itooms single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each pounds, white or black pepper 4 You Should Conserve The Farm MaV-VEBlngle, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each CO'IlooniB chinery. pound. pounds, red popper one-haPut your farm machinery in sheds, Petro-MenThis will make enough euro for about Relives Files THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. shape this 1,000 pounds of pork. If saltpeter and fix it up In No matter how stubborn the Ktmipcun Plan Only. The shed will cost some Is desired, use 2 pounds in tho above, winter. case may bo Petro-Ment- a will j will give a red color to more tlfan It did before, but the ad- - bring relief. A trial will convince 9 Itooms Without Hath, $1.00 anil up; Itooms With Private Hath, $1.30 mixture. It nco In building materials generally and ttH Hest KatltiK Place In Town. tho lean meat, but has a tendency to you. For sale by Ohio County Tho Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale harden tho meat too much. Chili "as not been nearly as great as has Drug Co. Price 25c. walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a saltpeter mav be used instead of the that on machinery, Second-han- d machinery will be regular saltpeter by taking about 20 l.Ul'IHVIl.l.i: HOTKIi AXD OM IXX COMPAXY, Propt. worth money from now on. Saving per cent less. Hub each piece of meat thorough- - tho Pa'nt on it will make it sell bet-l- v Feel right all tho time. Don't lay ot$ with the euro. Take special care ter. Look the old corn binder over from work for day3 by taking calomel m keep3 yoi to work the cure around the ends of and seo If new parts will not fix It when pleasant 'u- - Ver-La- x before buying a new one. If the on your feet, while relievingyour troubbono of hams and shoulders. Pack le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl Used skin down on a tablo or in a box In Grain binder bothered this fall, give Years flBHlBiniHHlfflEEEEa!iIa-BiSiElllKllE- ! take anything else. You can't afford, a good overhauling at the first op-. f4 J a cool, airy place. Do not place In dl it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys tem and relieves constipation. A natltd rcct sunlight or In a damp, musty portunity, and see what new parts it ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura El Van-Wcollar. After four or five days over-- 1 needs. Send for theso parts and rein its effect and certain in results. It 53 haul the meat, rub thoroughly with pair It. It will pay. ilt will won't bo lone: beforo Liv- m the cure and repack; repeat this in Farm machinery will not only raise calomel in cverj . eomtiletelv disDlace very apt to bo m m about a week. Hams and shoulders higher in price but is home.. Children can tako it freely ane with perfect safety. Every bottlo jjuaiv El should remain In the euro from 1V scarco for tho next several years. ateed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Non m days to 2 davs per pound weight of , To curtailing of tho iron and steel penuino without tho likeness and signa w "sod in tho manufacture of farm sons io to Will help parents develop their piece;, the latter tlmo is safer for turc of L. K. Grissby. For sale by meat that Is to lie kept during tho j machinery is sure to come, and some - ll&rtford K? and Christhvn 2. H. WILLIAMS, tho best type of eiti.eirs w Liiminer. Hacon should bo in the euro j preliminary reports state that the m The Woman's Tcnie a shorter time. Ten days will givo amount allotted to this purpose will gentlemen. Its pationage is widely scattho amount a erv nlco. mild cure to a six or bo cut as low as one-haSold Everywhere used last year. In tho past steel rjfjj tered and conies from the best homes in k: olght pound piece 23 "" lro" have been so cheap we have 53 is mtlNB CUKE. Make a brino by is limited, thereISM Si r. o Its-tho South. Its capacity Wo bulling 7 pounds of clean salt and 2 formed a habit of wasting it. ES 3. must conservo it now. It is a busbe made early. fore, reservations should U pounds of .white or brown silmu1 with cai m !lvo gallons of water. If saltpeter IS iness proposition and a patriotic duof n&H-SwIMaco our son in this select gioup pound. This ty fis well. !ile.lred add '' t Si j gives about enough to cover 100 boys. Write m --s PATTERNS m pounds of pork when well packed. A scrub ram Is' eXpensivo at any Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity i Sprinkle h tellablliljr nearly 49 jears. Sold In rearlt' a little clean flnc salt in tho tlmo, but doubly so at the present E E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE L every city and town In the United States anrt m bottom of tho barrel, rub each pieco high prlco of wool nnd lambs. A And Fitting of Glasses 1T Canadi, or by wall direct. More sold tha. any other make, find lor tree catalogue. m (of meat lightly with salt, sprinklo a good rani hns many times proved to ivinsoillc , 0WENSBUR0.KY. 'tiSeCAIVS MAGAZINE Box A. Fur eat'ilo.mie tuul information m light. layer of bait between each layer bo moro than "half tho Hock." Many Tomplo ctlin faihier, kl.Iore subscribers atlian anyInvaluable. Lai, million month. w of meat. Put on a board and weight successful and pro;;resslvo sheep l est styles, patterns, millinery, plain sew inj, nory down with a rock. Allow to stand breeders trace their start on the read etiquette, rood storie, etc. Only CO ccats i. spring. Cover crops add organic mat- over night. Tip barrol on side and to success to tho purchaso of a good year (north double), Including a tree pattern, irjtiiHi--wuviiiim-bubsciibo tuday, or send lor sample con. allow tho liquor to run out. Cover 'ram. Somotlmcs tho prlco of tho ter to tho soil, prcvont plant food INOUCEMENTS has looked high but tlmo prev- from leaching, and tho legumes add IWONDEnrULPostal brings premium catalogue the meat with tho cold hrlno and to Agents. ( ..NMSEWll2--raC-SCI. and new cash prize offers. Address iew to stand in a cool place 4 or 5 t ed it to bo tho cheapest and by far nitrogen to tho soli. As a rulu tho days. Overhaul, ropack, and covor tho best paying investment ever legumes mnko tho best cover crops. 41. !cC.UX C9. Z!3 to : Vi. 97tl St.. N.I7 V0Si o-- e No Consbination with tho sumo biiuc-- . llcpcat in about made, : tin a weok. Givo tho meat tho same w Like ;? length of time for curing us with tho Got houses ready for fall layer3 I I 'l il - tt .i xrv5i n. dry cure. and put them in. and Indigestion comes from changing When tho curing Is complete, wash For Infants and Children All For off tho excess cure and hung In tho tho food too suddenly. Bn Use For Over Years smokehouse. Meat kopt in tho euro Finish up your winter houses. !l l(ViK' -- vv,. r.a i! maLATDr r.sWCiiSiaeJ'ffl irlf A Always bears too long should bo soaked in warm j f?ueciil '.ven everyt!ilt else r.U. I the water to remove tho excess of tho Farm animals must be comfortable Signature In rerva-j- i prostraov and f.,,,ertT' XV lift 17 Jr euro. Smoke with hickory, oak, ap- In order that thoy do as woll as pos....c;;c inty r.iu ia sunnia I I tl iiJJMt-'-'- i 52 ISSUCS -TCtncO, st have t(fuf.- k- 5 ple, or any wood. Avoid sible. This Is especially trim of I yTHETOUTIi'5 COMPANION The favorite family weekly of America. all wood ot tho pluo family. With a swine, since no farm animal suffers li Cieat cfii-- U or aGiuups in 1917. mui Wur Prices. tliou'-mArticle. I 2s0 Short Stories, d STOMACH 1 imny. continuous smudgo tho smoking can as much from extremes of heat and ond Suk'Sealions, a lliouu-mj Customer Send up a quarter's ' It I tcrt iti'sriv-n- a ever cwld A isiius. fcpccirJ Tares fo: au a- sInbo completed in 24 hours. With cold as tho hog. Most mu prufrr drajsba countir. ovtr a -worth ot boiled ham. rj termittent smoking longor tlmo Is to feed hogs in tho tprlng and fall, ,nv w.ffi svw-- hub" : " "v Anything nocessary as cold meat "takes tho for thoy say th. hogs gain more at ' Shopman All right, sir. JjL and 12 Issues of & iSogazine smoke" slowly. Wrap tho meat to these times on tho same feeds than ( else? L ll'CALL'S MAGAZINB Customer Yes. If my wlfo isn't 12 ISSUES AND A DEE- tKTfEUi keep It uway from tho skippers. If during summer and winter. This h at home, tell the boy to put It thru wuc-- ro Tfcs ?sie; iiTROHir. rats or mlco got at tho meat they perhaps In a largo measure truo ou- -j fc naiiiouuf Anicncan woiiicii. zvx the keyhole. U1 crt open a way for tho skippers. the 12 sicntlily issues of In ly because they aro mure m.ito'u nvt.areTay a i t dump weather cured incuts will g.,ncEf- - but..; ee v-tin every uuuui vi i7. Sour Htomnch. except mold. This is not Injurious Iiiura nnd 15c. Don't administer mcdlcluo on the it is advisable to uso up shoulders, Fat slowly, masticate your food McCtll lrci. ?2-i- o I'.ltcru for . . . us tho mold grows In tho cracks and "gun shot" plan. thoroughly; abstain from incut for n PE7SONAL HVRIKNn .,l!.--- l ,r- -r rffpTi- - ar.. calls for excess trimming. few days and In most cases tho sour Dj.solvctj In water for douches atop or r.u. Mcaiy vttti ulceration und inflatn-raatio- n. Late spading or plowing for tho stomach will disappear. tit t(t lOIEipma of tki pptr la wUil M If It does pelvic paol'tnfTt ftccocimendil Lv l.vHIi. K. an utf rr " w- - (t r Pork garden is excellent for next year's not, tako oiio of Chamberlain's Tab-lot- s Italloa Determines Prollt Mod. Co. for ten year. H for 5? wks. and the 1917 lloire Caleadtr (illllis. crop. Immediately after suppor. lied IPir.fcham ivnniVt f"ii ...inl .inl. 1 o,iof""i" COMPANION , Pork can bo produced at n prollt sore ayta. Kccnoir.Ictti. meats nro most Ukoly to causo sour ituratbro-itun"' cent 1 MAGAZINE rvcry rnth M CAL-- 'S Sow a covor crop, If the orchard h siomach and you may f,r.il it L.rt n . ivyU' I ,i'. even with tho preent high prlco of 1. 111 leeds. This together with tho fact a cultivated one, to siuud until u;.t cut tbeia out V.J. T.,-- i ,. JJolbro you buy you should examine our hand mntlo liirm wujjons. Thoy run lighter, tire mudo of j tho vory bast material and Inst far longer than any machine mado wagon you can buy no matter what I J price you pay. clearly In demonstration feed-in- s aTiM aJPsS J r TfeYOUTIfS COMPANION! Better Than Ever 1915 , i i A. B. Row 6 Sonj Centertowiij IKy. I ( i ' : ' i ill II L&dies' and Men's Garments of lf USE LI R-L AX ta , For Lazy Liver and ' the Troubles ol Constipation. ( , t5;CrS3iSJ w 1 1 ! S- 40 fi ft a a a Training School (or Boys ft Vc-L- ax ELKTON, KY. i n p n lf ono-four- th TOigii'&&& J. H.THORPE 1 DR. xjtiux - NfWX IVSTHENEY & T- BTTS !BaHHH3-EHHHfflaSSi!ailSBiHaHIBI-- nceuievroii.-,i!alrdrcssln- Tr3r UHC5SS35 fa' i ni s-- it''l$n of Reading It ?.io i 'r'.sM. jt 30 The Youths fapanion non-rcslno- fllieBestTfol t'-.- , -a- Jfjhx Sclali's S- jEvcryWoman Wunfs -u- ca'-arr- WT7! -- Tft' gffJIMF fMm0 J i BEBH3S2 s A Big Clothing Sale About a hundred new Suits have just arrived. Our prices will clean them out quickly. Every day some one says to us "how in the world do you do it for the price?" We are simply doing what the farmer and working man have always demanded, keeping down all unecessary expenses and giving you ALL the worth of your money in goods. You may have to wait a little while to get waited on in our store, but you get good pay for all the time we delay you. Now, about these fine suits. They are at VINSON'S $ 1 2.50 and $ 1 5.00 a Few at $ 1 0.00 They are all wool, made in the latest style. Some for young men, belt backs. Just the same suit you would expect to pay $15 to $20 for. All other departments just as good. It will pay you to come many miles to see us. Everything from head to root. Ladies goods or every description, thats new. Also everything new in Mackinaw Coats for Men and Boys, and Boys' Suits, all sizes, at special bargain prices. W2E3K0 . T. VINSON & SON BEAVER DAM, ICY. HilrfMi'fl "1 M BODIES arc as annoying as they aro useless The demand Is for good service, not CKUAIjVO. Oct. 24. ' - HHMiil nil I' I H i farm and Is going to move to Crom School opened at this well, In the near future. Mrs. 11 A Sandefur was a pleai for multiplicity of exchanges. Then, 'place Octoher 22 with Miss Kthl too, the expenso of two systems Kussell teacher, it being clo&ed two ant visitor at Mr. n. I. Sandofur'a must be considered. This is just weeks on account oi the teacher, Mr. on the 2urd. Mr. Edgar dilstrap, of Cromwell, double, and in some cases more than jArvlu Leisure- being called to tho visited Mr. V. L. Taylor and family double. Oh! no, don't givo us; army. AMENDMENT more telephono exchanges, but bet- - Mrs. J. H. Wood visited her broth- -' from the 10th until tho 21st. Mrs. J. T Smith, who has liee.i (tor service This is tho need of the or, Mr. Ernie Robertson, of Semiway. sick for several days, is not improv-- 1 hour. The amendment ought to ' from t rlday until Monday. Mr. Hay Ingram and sister, Hallie. ing very fast. carry." spread Interest TUeni Is wide The Howling Green. Ky., Time- - of Mcllenry, spent Saturday and Sun- Walter Erp Dcnd. throughout the state in the constitu- Journal says: day with their sister, Mrs. C. It. Pul- Mr. Walter Esirp died n hi horn tional amondnient permitting the pur"We cannot too highly commend kersou. chase 9f ono telephono company hy the Chamber of Commerce in its of-- I Mrs. Blanche Jones has returned, at Koslno last week. A u wr not ad anotlior, which was . adopted by the forts to secure tho adoption of this homo after spending several days vls,'1 ot lho funeral arrangementi or " 1. w.is by tho voters. The ' with her si3ter, Mrs. Lizzie Ferguson, ' last Leglslaturo, and wmen win ue amondment l'hc ' ""rial. wr. November Times-Journattacked by cancer about n jcar ago,, voted upon lit tho coming is for the amendment, of Tennessee. ' election. Chambers of Commerce an(1 wili ail(1 Its efforts to those of the Mrs. J. W. Barnard and little son, " ,n" lower part of his face and tho largo number j chamber of Commerce to bring Paul Wilson, are visiting relatives at falal malady followed Its usual rapid and civic bodies In a or communities have adopted resolu-- 1 tl)out tlle adoption." until it resulted In his death j course Martwick. tions endorsiug tho amendment and Miss .Mary Ethel Everly has re- - 1'0 leaves a wife and one child, i Tho paducah, Ky., Sun says: pledging their efforts towards Its i ..The puuijc interest Is thoroughly turned home after spending a few f " ",,0l fourteen years old Mr. Earp came to Kentucky about passage Newspapers throughout the I)rotected undor tho proposed const!- - days with relatives at Hockport. twenty years ago on a visit to relstate are also endorsing the amend tutlonal amendment, as no purchase Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maker and ment and aie urging the importance can be made without the consent of children have returned to their atives, and later married Miss Anna passage of the homo at Hot Springs, Ark., after Allen at Hosine und located there. of a favorable yote by the people. tho city council. The Ho was for several years, a deputy The amondment to the constitu- bill providing for the constitutional spending several days with his sheriff uuder Sheriff Tom Black, unau!- - ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. IMker. part of Sucand the practically tion, which is made a mous voto it received in the General J Miss Maggie Hunter is visiting her and was later appointed postmaster tion 201, is as follows: at Hosine, which position he held 'it "Provided, however, that telephone Assembly Is evidence that It was pass- brother, Mr. J. 11. Hunter, and other the time of his death. Mr. Earp ed in response to a wide spread and relatives at Equality, companies may acquire by purchase was a man of the highest integrity Mr. Walter Hill lias gone to or lease, or otherwise, and operate, popular demand for relief from and enjoyed tho confidence of the telephono conditions." nusvllle. parallel or competing exchanges, lines Mrs. Mabel Everly is visiting her public which ho so long and so faithTho Middlesboro, Ky., Three States and structures, and the property of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller, of fully served. Of him it may truthbays: other telephone companies, If the fully bu said "n good man is gone." "Three States has for a number of Powderl. railroad commission or such other Mr. Frank Matthews, who has been juris- years In the past been a constant agi- -' state commission as may have Xuts Wonted. diction over such matters shall flrst tator for the ono telephono system, in Kansas for some time, is visiting Cash paid for Hickory Nuts and showing whero the ono system could relatives here. consent thereto, and If. further, each any quantity. Hov. J. II. Richardson, of Salem, Walnuts municipality wherein such property hotter and more economically serve THOMAS BROS.. the public than two or more systems, has returned homo, after spending a nr any part thereof Is located shall Hartford, Ky. 17t2 also flrst consent thoreto as to the Tho expense of two systems is bur- few days with his daughter, Mrs. densome upon tho public and the Graco Baker. property within Its limits, but uuder BOILED DOWN. Mr. Grovcr Brown, who is work-th- e any such ucuiltion and operation botheration and confusion of having The accidental discharge of a gun d walls of your place of business ing at Beaver Dam, visited his toll lino connections with the properwith telephones, where ono ents, Mr. und Mrs. W. I'. Brown, in the hands of his brother whllo ty so acquired shall be continued and they wore out hunting resulted In tho could do tho work is sulllcient reason hero Sunday. bemaintained under an agreement Mrs. Elbert Brown and children, immediate death of United States tween tho purchasing company and why the public should demand one system." of Martwick, aro visiting her moth-o- r, Senator, Paul O. Dusting, of Wiscontho toll lino companies then furnish sin, last week. Mrs. W. D. Barnard. ing such service, and in tho event Mr. Emory TUford. who has beon COl'NTV SrPKKIXTKXIIH.VrS tlioy uro unable to agrco as to the Tho potato crop of tho country Is CKKTII'ICATE OK KLIOIIJILITV living near here, has moved to terms of such an agreement tho rail' ostlmated at 132,000,000 bushols, or Hockport. road commission or such other Stato Department of Mrs. Bert Barnard has moved to 100,000,000 bushels larger thun last toriimlsslfin as may havo Jurisdiction Stato of Kentucky, year. tho place vacated by Mr. Emory Education. ovi-- r such matters, shall fix tho term This Is to certify that E. S. Howgovernment." of such Aftor months of inactivity German Mrs. J. O. Everly, who has been ard, of Ohio county, Kentucky, has Chambers of Commerce which Zeppelins attempted a raid on French passed an examination on spelling, living horo for some time, has nave passed resolutions favoring tho territory and four or them were shot Arithmetic, Gram- - moved to Evansvillo. nninnilmnfit n rn Htntm fit llnwllmr Heading, Writing. Phy- Miss Hazol Maddox, of Providence, down. nlUI' riran T.'minbrni-- t I nvlnlrlntl SllnlllV. sloIo-- Composition, Geography, JllsB ' ClvI1 ",i,t0TT ??cnt Sn?.tt5r a"0 ville. Henderson.' Middlesboro, Sta'to Boyd Hopkins, a well known charThe Scionco and Art ot Teaching, El- - Margaret Barnard. Chamber ot Commerce of Louisville, acter of Owonsboro, was found (load nnifititiirv Alimlirn. mill Literature. and others, near tho river bank In that city Sun'and having presonted satisfactory ev- Land Kor Sale. Quito a number of newspapers have Woncog of nlorftl clinrnctori ls Rrant Hopkins was formerly acres in bottom, 1 mile from day morning. 30 . ondor&cd tho amendment editorially, Eligibility to Hartford on Hartford and Goshen a Daviess county business man, but th,s Ccrtificat0 of Loth at points whore there aro two hoW thQ on,co ()f County supcrin- - road. As I havo left the county will for sovoral years has been employed sybtema and in cltle ton;,clU of schools. In accordanco sell for what I paid for It. $22.50 per nbout tho Owensboro hotols as a bustelephono Whore them Is only ono system. Iwlth Kontucky statutes. Act of 1912. ncro. At tho prlco of corn, ono crop iness booster. Ho was about sixty years old, und unmarried. The Anderson News, Lawrence-liur- g, ought to pay for this laud. V. O. GILBERT. Ky., says: J. D. BAUGH, Supt. of Pub. Instructions Reports from Copenhagen say that 110 East Main St.. A. J. JOLLY, "Two telephone' lines In any Bulgaria is nnxious for peace, and Louisville, Ky. NANNIE II. CATLETT, t'fltnmuulty, both contending for suI may break away from her German premacy, are a perfect nuisance. Two Stato Board of Examiners ISA LI) KXOlt. aud Austrian allies and approach tho telephones in a private residence aro Oct. 24. It seems that winter has oncmy for u soparate settlement. Mules For Sale. two expensive to maintain; two tele-- J Wo had our flrst I havo two work mules. 8 nn.i n como In earnest. pliomw in a business liousu aro an one time Robert Fltzsimmons, sllow " 23nl- expensive necessity; therefore tho years old. 10 hands high, for sale. has sold his world'B champion prize fighter, was Mr. Bud demons General AHsemhly has come to tho Bargain If tnkon nt once. farm and Is going to move to Crom- knocked out In the first round by the T. WADE STRATTON, rcHCtio ot the peoplo If they will ac- 10t2 champion, Death, at Chicago, Moncept its assistance and go to tho Hartford, Ky Route 5. well, Ky. Mrs. J. M. Sandefur, of Hortou, Is day. polls In November and cast their visiting her son, Mr. E. P. Sandefur TAX DATES. vote for this amendment." compilations writing. War Department The Danville, Ky., Messeugor I. or ono of my deputies, will ho at "d family at this reports In various Mr. W. T. Tuylor nnd wlfo visited from published . r..iinwtntr nroriiiet., to collect Tax frays: tholr sou, Mr. C. M Taylor, and countries show there are now "It is hoped that tho peoplo will on dates below: nion under arms in tho war family last Sunday. Oct. 1MI Hoixi ISi'Miii'li. romciubor and voto for this amondi Born to Mn. and Mrs. Jfowton camps of Europo. Oct. 1!7 l(orkMtrt. nient, as It Is tho only way In which Havous, on tho 20th, it line 12 pound Oct. til) llrllln mid Hells Hun. lho public in somo localities will ev- Since tho war began 230,0118 men boy. Mother and babe doing lino. Oct. it) Unfold. or havo decent service" Mr. und Mrs. I L. Taylor's baby havo volunteered and been accepted Oct. ill Dundee. Tho Interior Journul, Stanford.Ky., girl, Evelyn, who has beon very ill for service In tho regular army. j Xov. 1 AVjuov and (Vrnlvo. says: with tho croup for the last week, ls NllllOWh. "Tha Interior Journal favors the, X(l. Ilus&hi Is preparing to move Its improving. S. O. KEOWN, amendment and will voto for It. One ' Umbry has bold hUj capital to Moscow, Uov. J. II. Sheriff Ohio County. )bum answers tho demand and two iC MUNSING ANDPRESSFAVORS THE j WE AO ' .... .! ' al te '............ t j j j nt ' nt ' 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. " par-line- i Til-for- d. ' p0"1"1' Carson & Co. (Incorporated.) G Just a few days wo oircr an extra high grade of Yellow Pine Flooring at the exceedingly low price of SL.70 per 100 feet. Wo will pay tho freight to your nearest railroad station for a distance of forty miles from Kordsville. Kor Write us for prices on Rubber Hoofing ty and wholesale prices. Write today. high quali- 00 Fordsville Planing Mill Co. Ytirkfnkvatkl JAKE WILSON, , ' Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY j pij.niimi.mwiiiM.M,,....,,1i,itw,rnJ.tTWJ1 , ' CALLON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR FINE JOB PRINTING , "if "ivi,-- r