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Subscription $1 per Year No. 18 IIAIITF011D, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917. rovenues of $9,000,000, as against It Is probable ho will ho Interned un$0,000,000 last year Is misleading. ITALIAN ARMY til tho war ends, or will be roloascd Tho Postofilco Department pays nothheavy bonds. uudor ing for tho nearly $200,000,000 Tho deportation warrant, under worth of public buildings which It IN RETREAT noblcm'nit was arrested, BY DEMOCRATS which tho occupies; It pays not a cent for tho contnlns tho technical charges that salary of tho postmaster-genera- l and when lie entered the United Stntc3 all his staff, Including tho auditor of ho was liable to become a public COUNTY charge, and that he Is of a character TO FORCE the pnstolilce and his staff, several HUNDREDS OF SQUARE MILES XIFFORT OF TERKITORV OVERRUN V TO PUT NAMK ON thousand officials, whoso aggregate CLERK likely to "foment troublo" hero. TEUTON'S. BALLOT. salaries amount to more than $3,000,-00- 0 tliu warrant, government Hack of annually. nfllrlnls ntntn. In ll muss of OVlllollC'J F. G. It. GORDON. Blithered by the Department of Jus-- 1 Utlca, October 27. ALLIES RUSH TO AID tlco in Chicago mid New York IndiSUIT FILED YESTERDAY and cating tho count Is SOLDIER CUVKX FIVE VEAHS through his social and financial conKOK STRIKING OFFICER attempted to aid tho nections has German And Ad'lro-Hiinaria- ii Ar 1)1(1 Not File Willi Couiily 4'niMllilntP German Empire "at divers times and inies ('apt uro 120,000 Men and o Montgomery. Ala., Oct. 30. (JlorU; .liHltfe Rhea Appealed t divers places." Over J, 000 Guns. Itoy II. Roach, of Company 11, I 'or llfaiiiiK. Tho entire case has been marked Infantry, Alabama National 2d by tho closest bocrccy. Evon some Guard, recently was sentenced to five of tho members of the Swift family Virtually ono thousand squaro years in the Fedoral prison at Fort kept In Ignorance of the have been Tho hist wall of the Democratic Leavenworth, Kan., by a military miles of Italian territory have been count's urrest. court-martiliinnngors who did not know that a for striking Lieut. Cow- rorrun, more than 120,000 Italians to' In contlnii-ou- n an, of his company. This was re- have been made prisoner and in exlaw winded In 1S02, and game warden y oporatlon slnco. mado It niaiida-or- y illinois by habeas corpus pro- cess of 1,000 guns havo been capvealed - gets mis friends fined part of n candidate to upon the ceedings brought in Federal Court tured by tho German and armies In their eight fllo with tho County Clark his certihero In an effort to havo Roach reDixon, III., October 2S. State ficate of nomination In order to have leased from military jurisdiction. days' drive from tho Isonzo and Car-n- ic Gamo Warden J. L. McDowolI, reAlps fronts of the Austro-ltalla- a Judge Clayton denied tho writ. his nanio placed on the official hallot, cently appointed, went hunting yesatilt lllcd 4 echood In another Roach struck his superior in Bir- war theater. terday with three of his former From tho east the "enemy invasion liy attorneys Gluiiu and Limingham whllo on furlough. Frulcn, of Oro-goon the center of the battlefront now clurk to placo up-v- schoolmates, Olaudo kens to compel tho H. E. Stago, manager of tho Is well within gun rango of the LIBERTY WIND "SLACKERS" the hallot tho nanio of II. 0. DanTclophone Company at River, where it has been HOUND OVER FOR HEARING for con- Rock Itlver iel, a Democratic candidate Oregon, nnd George McLaren, water presumed that Gen. Cardorna would stable In the Sulphur Springs magls-teri- system superintendent on Gov. Low-den- 's turn and make, a stand. The Italian Falrmount, Minn., October 28. diHlrlct. They had filed a simfarm at Oregon. however, Chas. Alp, farmer, was taken Into Commander-in-Chie- f, has ilar suit on behalf of tho county canMcDowell's friends did not know custody yesterday after Liberty Loan not yet brought his troops about to didates before Judgo Slack, who had ho was a gamo warden. However, solicitor's told officials he had order- face the onomy, hut Is continuing promptly dismissed the action. Tak-lii- they dlhcovcred It after killing six A great many statements havo boon made concerning me In regard to my ed them off his farm, declaring the his retreat with or tho fact that Judgo the rear guards advantage rabbits; their erstwhllo chum haled olllSlack was temporarily out of tho dis- thorn before Judgo Hay, who fined refusal to havo the names of the Democratic candidates placed on the mat- United States had got itself into tho harassing tho advance. Just where war and could now get out without Cadorna purposes to give battle has trict thc filed this milt before Judgo thorn each $50 for hunting on tho cial hallot. I deem It my duty to make a statement concerning this his help. Ho was released for a not become apparent. Neither is it John S. Ithea. of tlic Hussellvillo dis- farm, which is a gamo preserve. ter. During my term of ofRco I have endeavored to discharge my duties ac- hearing next week. F. S. "Schwalen, known how 'well the northern and trict. Klica has been n very active Figuring It out, they estimate tho person would desire banker, accused of hindering the southern flanks of his array cording to law nnd do not bellevo that any partisan In tho Democratic ranks. At apiece. pace with the retirement In that I, as an official, certify under oath to a fact that did not exist. t amusing spectacle to rabbits cost them $26.50 sale of Liberty bonds and who later It Is an The election law provides among other things that: bought some for himself and his tho center. watch tho frantic unties of these" disHLANKENSHIP'H DUTY'. Acordlng to the latest Berlin ofbank, was held In $1,000 bond for "Certificates of nomination shall Immediately issue to tho perappointed attorneys chasing around ficial communication announcing the grand Jury action. sons receiving the greatest number of votes for the office for which from pillar to post In an effort to In a frantic effort to escape a storm heavy losses to tho Italians In moa thoy were candidates and said certificate shall In not less, than tlud some friendly court that will Settled in Court. and guns, engagements fifteen days next boforo tho day on which the general November successful icpalr their "unfortunate oversight." of righteous Indignation raised in the party by their The Democrat candidates, through for the enemy have taken placo on election Is held, bo lllcd with tho county clerk." At the hour of going to press thq rank and lllo of their attorneys, Rlngo, Glenn and falluro to seo that the names of their tho Tagliamcnto plain, whllo tho Mho had not been called before Judge Tho Court of Appeal in construing this provision of the statute has held their filed suit before Judge Slack, Romo ever action he may candidates went on tho official ballot lu numerous case3 that It 13 mandatory and tho clerk has no power or au-- 1 announces communication Klioa, but what lake tho Court of Appeals decisions isomo of tho Democratic leaders are thoilty to placo tko mime of any candidate on the olllcial ballot unless tho at Owensboro, Thursday of lasfweelf that there has been fighting on tho reseeking to compel County Cleric hills of St. Danielo del Friuli, along Maud llko a stono wall against any unfairly attempting to shift tho candidate lias filed his certificate of nomination in tho clerk's ofTico fifteen Dlaiikenshlp to placo the names of tho Ledra Canal at Pasian Schiavo-uesc- o Iriggor work, and the election will sponsibility for their stupid oversight ilajs before tho election. tho Democratic ticket on the ballot. and at Pozzuolo dol Fliull. on tho sumo old day and In upon County Court Clerk, Claudo proceed Neither of the Democratic candidates havo filed or offorcd to file In my ofIllankenshlp was at hearing ovldenco of both northwest of Udlne and from four to 1h same old way, and there will not Rlankenshlp. fice their certificate of nomination fifteen days before the election or at any But after willing to percontroversy Judge five miles east of the Tagllamento. ho any Democrats for county oiricoa all ttmos ready nnd othor time. The contention made. Is, that I ought to havo certified that the parties to tho forin any duty demanded of him by certificates were on filu In my ofilce when In truth and In fact they were not. Slack ruled that acordlng to repeat-- 1 On the other battlefronts no big on tho ballot at tho election Tuesvrituo of his olilce, and neither did This I could not do. It would have been a violation of law for me to make ed decisions of the Court of Appeals operation)) have taken place. The day nor refused to do anything that was candidates, by falling to file their Gormans Wednesday mado' no atme such a statement. I had no objection then nnd havo none now to putting! the Tho Democrat- - ! legal and honorable. certificates of nomination within tho tempt to force the Canadians from Ul'OTAS OK TEX STATES tholr names on the ballot, if I huve a legal right to do so. Some clerks In TO REPORT XOVHMDEH - lc candidates did not offer to flle.nor tho various counties of tho Stato havo placed tho names of candidates on time prescribed by law, had forfeited their positions captured the previous I did anybody offer to fllo for thcui the ballot In violation of this statuto, and bocauso they have ylolated tho their right to go upon the ballot, day In tho region of Passchendaele. , s Washington. Oct. 30. Ten States tholr cortlllcates of nomination, and law, some think that I should have donu so, but I do not believe that I sustaining tho contention of Blanken-- Along the and In clear-lonership. Tho Democratic attorneys went the Verdun sector Intensive bombarddirected by Provost Mar-- i ' the clerk's duty in such cases is havo been should violate tho law because sonic ono else has. immediately to tho Court of Appeals ments continue. olml Crowder to send the !' defined In a decision of tho Court I havo ncted In good faith nnd did what I believed was ray duty under tho ?..... caso hut that Court held Still another mutiny among tho of tholr quotas for the of Appeals ns follows: rninalndor law. Anyone who will take tho time to examine the Statutes and opinions with tho "Kentucky Statute Sec. 145G, re of the court construing them, will see that I have not acted arbitrarily, but that it had no jurisdiction to hear the Germans Is reported. This tlmo It vnn,.i Armv to ibu cantonments It was disclosed quiring certificates and petitions of! havo only followed tho law and discharged my duty as an honest olllcial, casp, leaving the decision of Judgo was among tho troops In Belgium, on Novem nor that tho orders were issued nominations to bo lllcd with tho Clork and if tho Democratic candidates fall to get tholr names upon the official bal- Slack as the rule of action for the who aro declared to havo refused to last week, and that the drafted men of the County not moro than 00 days lot It Is no fault of mine, hut Is only through tholr own neglect In falling to County Clerk, nnd tho names of the go to tho front, and even to havo Democratic county ticket will not fired on their offlcersj, several of The and not lesrf than 15 days before elec- comply with tho pia'n mandatory provision of tho stntutes. are now preparing to move. appear on the ballot at tho election whom were wounded. aro Pennsylvania, Muryland, tion is mandatory, and THE CLERK States I only ask at tho hands of the people of this county a fair and Impartial Washington. Idaho, California, Oro-go- HAS NO RIGHT TO PLACE TUB Investigation of this on tiro matter and If this Is done, I feol sureth.it you Tuesday. Tho Jail Empty. Wyoming, Utah, Novuda ant NAME OF THE CANDIDATE UPON will find I have discharged my duty faithfully nnd honestly. THE HALLOT. THE CERTIFICATE Dies in Santo Fe. It is n rather unusual occurrenco Montana. Yours very respectfully, IJEEN FILED Mrs. P. J. Holdcrman died a fow for th3 Ohio county jail to ho empty, All but about 30 por cent of tho i OF WHICH HAS W. C. DLANKENSHIP. days ago In Santo Fe, Now Mexico,-an- but it happens to bo so Just now. Afquotas of thoe States for tho flrat WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THE DATE (Caso of Urody her remains wore brought to ter taking a look over tho old dore-ledrait already aro In training. It Is OF ELECTION." wo aro really glad It Is empty, CHILDREN SENT Hartford and interred In Oakwood cxpuited that every man called out vs. Hoqk from IJrcckenrldgo coun- U. S. LEGATION EMPLOYE TO ORPHANS HOME cometery Wednesday. AT I1ERXK ROUTS GERMAN for It is scarcely a fit homo even for In .ill Mictions of tho country will ty.) Wo aro not criticising Mrs. Holderman was suffering from a criminal. be in camp befoio tho end of Novom-be- r. P.erno, Octobor 2S. John Moran ELIJAH T. WILHAMS Mrs. S. O. Koown, went to Louls- - tuberculosis and with her husband the Jailor, as Mr. MIdklff is doing tho VXSWKRS REAPERS CALL 'of Chicago, confidential clerk In tho vlllo Monday with three small chll- - and mother went to Santo Fe somo-- best ho can with tho equipment tho tho climate county provides for film, but fault Ainerican legation , was attacko.f droit1, of Echols, and placed them In tlmo ago with tho hopo-oPROMOTIONS FOR OHIO I Elijah Thomas Williams died Wednodny evening by an unldenti- - tho Kentucky's Ohphan Home. Improving her hoalth, hut grow stead- llos with the county for not providing COUNTY DRAFTED 'MUX man who lied, Gormanrspeaklng Tho Tho children wore found in n ily worso until her death. Mrs. Hol- a decent and modern prison. his homo here Monday, at 9:30 condition and brought hero derman was In Hartford only throo building Is fair enough hut the Fisstruck him villi a loaded uubrella A recent Issuo of tho Louisville in. Williams had boen afiilctod for handle. Moron's assailant wus 111- boforo Judgo Wilson, who orderod weeks ago to attend tho burial of her cal Court should tear out tho rust-woMr. ., mu uiiif wfc - " I ilium ciilll.llliuii .. .. ! Interior and refurnish It mother who had died In Sante Fo of K. Hlnton nnd Carl Snpp, who uavo.somo iimo pasc wuu iiepurius mm nuaru that ho was attacking a for-ni- thoni sent to tho Institution mentionlightweight accidental poisoning. Mrs. Hold:r-ma- n throughout. bo.cr and when ed. bocn appointed Sergeants in Co. K, some two weeks provlous to his death of Mr. was a grand-daughtScvoral months ago tho father of Moran promptly delivered a coun :i3Uth Inft., nt Camp SCachary Taylor. his condition grow much woreo. ALLEGED AHMY DESERTER Deceased was born nonr Gosheu on ter attack the surprised man lied. It tho children, Jesse Cook accidental-I- s Jake Westertl'eld, of Dundeo. I). Ham, of Co. K, 33Cth Inft., John KILLS VILLAGE MAH8IIAT1 o tho Williams, o old homestead, where thought Moran may havo boen nils- - ly killed his wife, tho mother of tho physical has boon placed In tho wero born nnd rear- taken for a member of the legation children, slnco which tlmo tho Uttlo max' who gave soldier section and Earl Folix Miller, his his death Prescott, WrIs October 28. Craz drink held who formerly was stationed In Ger- -' girls, who aro thrco, fivo and eight of tho Hiuno 'company, In the nuto-inntl- o ed. ed by liquor and fearing dotcctlon as Mr. Williams had passed tho three many and who recontly received a years old have, it Is alleged, been arms section of tho army Charlotte. N. C. October 28. As a desorter, Private W. Mozel, 24, scoro and ten mark, being In hli 77th warning that certain Germans had neglected by tho fathor who Is now school. yenr, having heon born January 24th, d us Ik n 3 against him. -- o In jail, charged with of the result of the death of Corp. Carl said to bo a member of Company L, United States Infantry, Munenke of Portland. Ore., attached Tb'tty-slxt- h them. 1S41. Ho had been a member of tho SWIFT'S a1iiik.Ii .tll.A 1 U ff'l Ittfl W1U to tho National Guard division at iili.it and killed C. Uorland, vitiligo ARRESTED IX CHICAGO 1..4.., Camp Greene, Crls Miller, superin- , marshal here, Wednesday night. Ho a mombcr of tho local church at time REPUBLICANS BEWARE! KANSAS CITY HOTELS SET ,th"ii turned his military automutic WHEA.TLKSS DAY A WEEK tendent of a rubber factory ut Chicago, III., October 28. Count of his death. . N. C, Friday was held piMol upon himself, but inflicted on On Octobor 11th, 1910, Mr. WilLouis of James Mlnotto, for action of the Fedoral Court of ly a slight wound, the bullet tearKansas City, Mo., October 28. F. Swift, multimillionaire president liams was married to Miss Sadie E. OUK DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS "Wheatlcss Day." when corn bread charges of having given Menoke whis- ing through his chin Mozat was arby Hendricks, who with C. M. Williams, of Swift & Co., has been arrested OVER amj ,mim,la wJ bo BOrvcd at Knnsas ky which caused his death Tuesday retted and taken to the county Ja.t ARE IX DESPERATION authorities for alleged pro- - a brother, survive. federal r.t Ellsworth. Funeral services wero conducted THEIR OWN FOLLY IN PAILIXH city.8 hotels, has been set for Wed-T- O night. I German activity. GET ON THE HALLOT AND esday of each week, according to an I Govurnmont agents said Mancnkc Tho count, who was married to Ida at the Baptist church, after which the Ho Should Worry. In Oakwood ti:h., ah a announcement made Friday by Wal- - was a visitor at Miller's homo when May Swift 1083 than two yoars ago, remains wero burled Michael Dugan, a plumber, was muituki' ui- - 11 in. &ci"iaco N. Robinson, a representative of ho drank tho liquor. o'clock p. m., Tues-- i by the United cemotery, at deportation facou CIAI.IMT tkikkt. HEPUIILIL'AKS tho federal food administration. bent by his employer to the High-tow, SUtoa Government as an undesirable day. OF ANY POSSIBLE j"Whoatlohs Day" follows tho setting' CONSERVATION' IX 1IKWARK mansion to repair a gas leak In " allou. Ho Is ut present at liberty In When tho butSCHEME TllKV .MAY ADAPT AM) ns!do of Tu.e!Jday of each woek as, THE SMART SET tho drawing-room- . signed , DKLKWARK GOVERNOR HURT; ri.lr.iro undor a $50,000 bond GO TO THE POLLS IX FULL "Meatless Day" by tho hotels some, ler admitted him ho said to Dugan: WIFE KILLED IX ACCIDENT by Swift. PHALANX TUESDAY AMI POLL ' weeks ago. "And so you prefer You are icquestcd to bo careful of tho Miss Blnklcy Acordlng to ono report, Count MlTHE FULL PARTY VOTE. JAKE floors. They havo just beeu polishmotoring to ruling!" Philadelphia, Pa., October 28. notto was born In Venice; acordlug Mrs. Blaukley "Oh, evor so much. ed." "PchUiflias SuipluV wife of Gov. John G, Townsond, XI) CHANCES. Tho to auother report. In Berlin. --- "Tlioy'rt no danger iv mo sllppln' Wo ran over u silly old woman yesTo the Editor of Tho , -- , was killed and til') w. A definite decision m ma caso is lr nt Your Wabhlngton dlbpatch saying terday, and do you know I wasn't a 011 tlilm." replied Dugan. "I hov October wa3 tho coldest raldocto-b- r or ton governor himself soveroly. Injured In within tho next week oxpc-cU'spikes In mo shoes." that tltoro is u surplu In thu postal bit nervous." month within a century. iiiyx. It he Is orJorud duportuu, cu automobile accicont touay. IS t- Prl-vat- al Austro-Hungarl- nn yoa-tord- n; hi Tag-Hame- al K fair-mind- LI-ko- Chemin-des-Dame- al j I n, ct dos-tltu- to I .., I 1- rn . or er cul-tur- fore-fatho- rs for non-suppo- rt SON-IN-LA- son-in-la- '" '" last er -- Post-Standar- d: d ( IIMie mod totetfcwr la a cetera to lEftUI patlnee Into a etarTjee a ad STARVATION NEAR tesVax bunck, yos x vapls. tier all wont kuockmc around kky bteb, JiVe Tb iarce, Ii tar, if in FOR RUMANIANS accordance wJUi all tie rules ol dra-catDREAM COMES TRUE vhfB yea xcake a strike, bewliug Some vent straight tfoi, ef courtr. air, ca tbl projrraa and hosoe toiaed te co a is tbe air "Aot J Tl)t Central Puweri mV and iyuie stdevnyii. We drilled srAiuK Ajuujtu: peac rrepohtli basad cpeii aad nt'SH GO I'P AG MAST VICKKKS tbvut thrtie hundred rounds of bal- iiu.fcmi by reason ef territorial iikTti mt;n AMosimr MIMVT J,IKK K'K UNDMK HOT e lets late thai group utd Uiwi oaUrjaieat. astiexuUoo, botij vmiAmiK. W'lTJCIt. swung ww onto another. Fire w aa4 4ir's4od, a oatofwal rtJoecUnwi-ia- g w e bad ep-jrnix FrUae ia tbe bench X ac & laOlt&rr )ovr-er- . yamped up tad te Kvwasii. Oct. IS 1 Via thy weal te Parfc. Oct crawl buck, but ear na lire m tee "At : Tie AltteF. bo will Scbt !T u Tarl: "A meehiae gunner's ereess good far sseet ef tbetu. and they I PUo;r4 -I aeaare a tr ami iHimz ay FrtreA Bwb-- r. fetl dews where they were and tar eome 4re." J tbe f tarvaua aad a MvtMl dentMdtac at 4 . fnrseerty of arM( Uet ar UV u, aattlat; r Ulttrr e- and wv ef Ideablue On right the 'It lev food &4td dotbl cian:v Ktt9a jet Umm rw Case am Km. 16. 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Maw. tfea advaacc m bet aat 9f t4e poBatoUoa lk c M rw, rte anaaatfcr of every talalnae MACHINE GUNNER'S war-woar- r"ntd a le muni nut :1 tn e' ed Jw bna Jtr. 0nuar eh eJt. rk. arid.mm . u uwM w dar tf rk. , ot -- Kuila ettttta 2 a. r. ii4i ;copl M4. Ladies .rii t Co.j 5 T. rre id tf.t3el etxr at a!tf iw rrr Bw. aa tirti aata. go. rri w. t. tr4 trliir tta. rat a4als 1 a Suits Hwb Clothing HARTFORD, KY, 1K T-- 4oa1 hImm tb' tar 4t aatu -- hu i4 "7"" sw9 mb wro tar w, .- - ,,.. .,,. " ut ... tr i,. - i rFat - ZZTZ Half to.iUl.Mb.ala.ttoI f j. at ay. Id Una xaa, Tha rosad bto a- tsti " ZZZLl wI1iatioa"lP1 bMktorw "r ,n ""r ae lttrt f .." ufc .bn, -- ,. M au. w ir 6SS SrfrSP VS Va VVrfSStf BION'T ACT yiULOlEUal ffiack-DraajliL aleadar aad that tiay kx4 , - aaaa tar ik! ferta a. aare H. tt Wg lb fr alot fkL j,,, fc, wltfc0 al!oaaea Wra-!b- ,,fja of cj(e ftwJST , Craa 1 , fZL! rJ 3r " aot lata." Ha aa raooreMd by eoaela. opl, ae Wtio. a fta a .am tkeae Pa aF a, w- U LIVER aa tFHii HB S5ts5j&tf QSI Ktmteky LJy, WIw TelU Hew Ske Was Relicrd ! thiag ,. rf !? aa4 as-Oaai. r -ay coa JOUs wcaic-. with ka TstasMe tkt salslas iowa ami Xoad a Has scfcla jfwur feet , Afetr a Few Dwts cf 14 laat a ! gare ate Caaaa- -' rallro4 ceater U umA aow ajaek ood aorr; fw as Ita ale Ire TOtes tl Pearaarr. tkr o as vkw sei yoa'ra firtur at aeai Iraat half t. sail ao sJaoac. l9tauiK or blanket to ae beriala" Coasa Meaaedy. It wefad it's j9la t Bill aas tirovnj Eke taat ; taare. OW JfcjU eia 10 ha4. Tfc aotitai ara viiUioat food aiaa i aae sa4 talUr arat.e aa . JSaaoKFtlO. Kr. Mrs. Cyatfate low of Dlsck'Dranglit.' s. twsy a lot f od toldiera arwaad tier are saea K.-P. O. JtiatSteai. all, taey ifk aaltaWe to tae aiek aad ikere la a hU sld." Peventy years of aeceeaafal zrn ha HjcradttOaaB. af tfck Iowa. Myc: "At yretty rsaaits or toaaetaia; taat yo tr "' ssTrrl 1aV Af fiII flftml, Jmm raAilC- - , Hoaxer City. Pa. Tata :ae4b' . . . . tae ia a for aaury ytftrK. lie, m aaa. nMofc at 5, J llvr doai aade Taed.'onTs a artar &! td iostraateiitf. icires Ia wa "Well, the otier laoraiag st Il,n--r Ja a stogie "Wed. air. e sUaoard, boosehold remody. Ever , oarly mr-- ! ,imHf ta7 u are aes aa waB rfcaa yncas. A Ivk ? 4aybrjak. tae Haas beea -by taoaeaada of ojte 3C ie art a a lBtrf nieaiber, of erery fatatiy, at tln:;, wiUlUjM, M8 j yeair asa. 37 Kara act xms all oat of need ovr aoajf Cpolat 5 H K waiek wa m. teEK Vfearaut and tcfe to late. as i aer. aiaiatett oeratlioac 3 tae help that caa & Miiii gtuuaer's ;ra4te. Ws iilh exyleeire dif4U 0 live- It I mm aatto(ad. ay Hreri-iv-, A . la tae Tillages. K is eUsMUe4. . ISrwJf-- r a Ma Ai- u 'rcaDixc. v - ?, r!.n.inr. .u. nj siviii uuu re csUare. w iacae aa4 Jl5 vrt: sM..t areiB sWL yd ,t tltre are , tkaa oraaaas ti r.a was Ud. aad llerlns the trocbles that cone froza Oet HI. T.zw- Bawliae tar saoat Uffjc miaatt af that ae m tae aet Isyot 1 ? rsa b witfeoat a49ate food or cloth in? &T9 from all nrtamm mf t mmtn It tae aa IteOe aswrt naa. 15y bisrrsge bato4 tae tad asaiaat" Elspaed oa ooastipaUoB, ladlcestloa. lazy llrer. Ceea Karie U tcttrety l.trelBX , wef K-- Wl as tie tt Ue Coartia tiie aezt talwe e saw, gtc. 1 srj weak. .. etc. You caaaet keep ttb unlaw your ia irLr TtJire. jaere 11 ' (III. ?4ttfcASktt .n MWUtelMK.ftA 1m m J. rfgwa wat br;akfa, wjls Uie oM iiaa .fw. I 5taoS J rot'd glre dJS stosuch. liver and bowels are la good eMS . a,i j wa aerfected for Para Bred Jfes As ire grovr older ta4 eM a4ire, ?, a M? tomin liou toward ?. .- -, c taaroact trial as I kaew it sorting order. Keep thest that way. w, tuiB,. HrWsde,s AaaoeltUos aad a Be Aaw faod is refired to COBUtr atlad;. He was 1.7f ygrs W aad bria te wraaed tie ilfAr reaoatatadad for this Try xe-.- t t'at dataaads of Drfc c B(lrto. aa4 Q It acts promptly. eff a lir' came is ilat and r aodiw. If 't aad taer are otaer orade c rMBtolhl ttf ths WeKwa K?a. trtmbJe. I leaa uv s it. I felt geatly aad la a natural ay. If you aLMtraUy xiut mrchlut; III, oa ers4e la & tx u.M(ai lie .J .... . . .. i "" the leathera fn.tr tst. nj raket. c, C..1 .(! . 1 ' M. ... . ir caws, ,, i" oolatau of four, taat iept aoerlaK fvuisra jt ieei EinggiBn, late a doeo tnnfrif ' wee of deuilf. Hoaey d oat of a ooutaaiHeiittoa UeacJb sad or tijitooaafWe to ret . tliu u- - .b for ' at tit as;.-oTtie xdrcsed asd I becaae ct?oaser. Xr Toa will feel fresh torm tvi- auuAai alaac yoar has . jo mm fjad titat te Is a roa-U wcatcrf Into a lis. Tie oTeraait alto la fiadlas -It dlf- - tvitaoat lnr-- t to for oae ftfty hoy 'n:ito acted aatsrally trd the Iirt ' a package Oo oezt a dose Be t.s oreftl aa tho that olaifcn had ao ead They at-yvt vUl, lad to rouble wzs soon righted with a few All ircreUts. foot- for the fmrpo 9t ymytnK Z.Gs . were all ULarchinie aad tjw-r- . yon ttiJI o&oujeatliy u irU ta wply tke sraiy with ne uorrecpoadfMit a oner ouhbred ale Ujra oar sla we waW se ta dlf atort Oia y fanrsld vrdi :vl Her d fit for tae aboe he was woar-Ififerost jetaeltuieats earrybi Jxaaa tt 3ed f Casaairletas TiMetc KaananU is tooktsg hopefulprojectors aad all tbe ret of taa 00a- - to eerra tae dawrdetr. tab ly to Aaseriea to saaaly her "Mabel is at tbe beach. She writes - lets d sot coaUua traptloiiR they liiie to tu is W? atpta. Tbe government is confronted teuV. stiessibea tbe stoaaaeal ad su:Me tbe oroblew of feeding during Ua we-- that she's eagared." tbe Xo! Who's the man?" U to tvrltiem Its fvaeUoas aaai-!y- 'l'ieiiarl Kr ItuUt. agricultural year a soaaia-tlo- a "His first nana is Frank. A tooa Tky also eaaae a gatl More-me- current nearly they dWu't kaov bow "I Kueas of with re- si Kbe finds out bis other aasae she'j of tie fe9eU. oas e m ta aosT our loaclilae sources of laa.aaa tone of wheat aad coins to write again." Sa o or else tbey tboabt that tbir them less than SSa.ana bead of eaUle. Chroelcie. IJI2i("iWfU.V7K Ol' JfAXCOCK prolltnlaar' artillery preparation bad Pass fhrUtian i the SVwport of tl.e Gulf t'oan. and one of the most KS1JST t'OH SKKVICtt The aornasJ raaniretaent le C0.aa knocked oat inot ( oar gaaa. u yisumumwve rrwi in me wium i :e town, or alwut Z.VVQ U'II.1 tons of wheat. Tbe authorities are AliMV we bald oar &t aad aerar sat noaulaUoa, Is very generally encaged in entertaining and sorr- I.v'kOOI) COXSKKVATIOX bopefa! that Basel may be Induced San Bemadlno, Cal . Oet 27 off a round aad titat column dealoyad jing the htrge numbers who come here, summer and winter, for recreation. re ituauaia the entire wheat vf tc down tea road until it got within 1,- - Fire LouisTille. Oet. 31 That Sotiffty ao8rgat at "The Pass" at all seasons the summer guests eom- .iradaet of Bcamtabsa. It is uaer lOv yards of us Then the men aa-- Joma Hancoeb. signer of U Dwelara- stood bse tba' lo thri J the food economy practiced by tba ,ns If",n aeignsoriaK aouinera uum tua winter throng from all parts f to torn Into little groans of from ezarted by tb allied ov-- . honsowlTes of Kentucky will not be; "" it ymm ;T I to taroaty-Qr- a la a baaefe aad Cbrsstms was aamed for a Spanish explorer who discorerod the -- renjewa. of ' of ibix In enln so far as the Tha pass that Has close to tbe main shore. It is aa old and muo.i a ions; tbe front at-? to BasaanJa fa considered tie Ue army ia concerned is aasarad ia a rush for aa. ttlement. baring been a popular resort from far back in Camp J only .ay of aavlcs the country frcw a latter from th. eommandar of t have been a couple d,yi' Trm4,tto It with the gayest of southern socletr 'Zaehary Taylor bara made public dlaaaor. and all thi in high social circles of this and forlga 'io! day by P- at. 8ackett. Federal Food aod wH" "B nd wo"a Uvcaor& WBl IH ' fiing out .n ""tot"' "eat notable ge,ts. l?'mt WjTf J! T" f U, of tfaounad. of horses a Administrator for Kentucky. This" '', g OB the Coarti'i yards shorv slopo, army training: teCfVf l!!Uo"wooded eattk ewt die this winter lor lack letter shows that tba ' Koose- hlU' wnere t40" and PlendM old oaks, maguolias. everything aeianco, cpwwi to aupplv was . camps are doing of fd-- r slew 4h -when 8oar and flouni ?! ITBrir oW rop,C ve,aUoB row wo months ago Whantt ia an suggest to nr erect waste in th ' thetn- flne home e,ewnt mwle tU,m obarmlng bua- , . e er hundreds of thousands of j ,ftfta,f,y Z hat tbe am.y is larg tb ' or jfeniitnt o John Haacock, I .!: im Israw oca unTca aiuus we an ore. uio ever acii at - men. The letter follows: aatoetir draft coatisgauu from tan v tttrjrAt ii upon ozen fur its trips' boating, motoring, golf, tennis and ashing by ,1, and Tba Paas: there coi;. st may be seen how critical HcasnaHats SMfc Dirttie!, Bernardino. Tbe Hancock fasaMv anncwg ana an oiner inooor leativities for the evening. Pass Christvin Camp Zaehuy Taylor, if.iticn. It la estimated tua If n boasts of one of the finest golf courses anywhere In the South. russ I !p4 to build Sat, IMrrnardino ia tba the wh'.it: number of ca'tle arts Kentucky. flfties. proximity to Xew Orleans aad excellent transportation .'. two S9, 1I7. I Iu October scrk. ov.t rlauKlst r"l, hardly eneirh meat far jv-rthe Louisville b KashvUle Railroad places all the diversions of tho w.tron- Mr. F. M. Saekelt, six conrb woaid be aup'iel (.tear Away Tlia Wnt. olis within reach of Tisttors at Pass ChrUtum. who make a day for 1. t lit Typhoid, dysentery and Jaondjkse Food Administrator for Xeetueky. flowel regularity is tbe secret of in Xew Orleans and return In time for dinner, wklck ia oih ot the A" anew e prevalent, and the gorernaaant Speed Eidg-- . good health, bright eyes, elaar oclat fnnetions at The Pass; or. remaining In the city for dinner m run. It .u tan Ky. and lit King's Near Life fears' the recurrence of the typhus IuWllle. return at your ploasure later in the evening. jut.-r- ' drea:n ar- a mild and gentle IsaaUre epidemic. Tbe Anurias n Red Cross My dear Mr. aackstt: Pills The hotela ranks with tbe finest In the countrr. and thero are n inv layout. Knowing of tbe vital eoncern - ''oicanlMiou Is lending effective aH ; old country homes, where good couple of minutes that regulates the bowels and reproviding mediesl facilitl'-a- . Ia of your omee in the conservation and ty are found. The Inland country back board and real southern linanitniu lievea the eo;.gcted intustlnes by re- n ('.1 ! nearast bunches of Pass ChrlHlInn Is beautiful of ,..! use of food, I am writing Ul aave two 1mm- - economic moving tbe "h .. '" tiv rtlasa pmlrif il p(tcc in n Kn ' nl,. "" l er jiup excellent roads. nuionK lino, " utrv within lass than olgbt oat griping accumulated wastes with- - Pisala ready with a eapa&ily to say that I am o.uite eeouraed In """ Take a pill before refruit and ruck farms, which ship much of tho early Kardon b d yards of us, and than our results obtalnod along tbl. line at rroductlve aeds. nu nva aid Vlcfcer began to rattle. We llring aad that heavy bead, that dalt buukui in imniiorn nmrketH. The ilshliiR In Si. Tbe transport of snppllen thru Ru- - Camp Zaebary Taylor. . TIUV Qtlfl f 1lA f rlltlttn rill ctvAnnto I.. nun..ll i .. .... . uim.rm, umny nnciers niidhiK tlici- any nsar- - spring fever fell&g disauawrt. Get didn't darn lat tnew W'hon I first camo here this mat- - . " at tbte lime prvants dlrocultiei. Dr. King's Xew Life IMIte si your ne af tlkm vtmr tint iwtMiaw Ml th.m eatuf ' u"" spo" '" am8 0t ,ho ,,I,lnw" " .""? "terIor. V"'e but confidence is felt that an kooh as ter was taken up and It as impreas. ' as you ean wbea a machine ' Crf!,lhotslf frT r a88, hr,rt," l8 ' Minowl.nt exclusive milage the railroad eowiHiieeioB wmplbteu .,1 upon subalterns to thoroughly In- ' ,ar aveu a Vlckcr, ia goiag to jfLtii ?0rt Lfttte n " af much '"'numil.M by r.l,l.mu or New their cooks and dining-rooI'urnMiliiK n .HubitftiJt', titn of 'he railway w,' anU buBn,0Wh '" oa yon. and if you have let tba Hum " Hon, for , waler Bp0ra fwn cot,tafS as to the necessity of prevent- -' ,M"' Bessie had a new Mm to iMvett lines, the situation will improve ng. also popular In winter with umny nn.lhern " Kt too near before starting In, ha In ice cream soda peoplo lnK waste and a to the methods of,"0 ! may swamp you before you c et ' CUunBo ,e. wm, ,,, necomp.u.yluK freedom for Uecurliig this result. Since that "Why don't you put your dime to ,ho eaor a,ul ,oro Ulnnal,lo .online of the j tha gun sbuatlng again tlmo, in dally Inspections of the camp, ou1,a,,,or f,,0rt8' to, mission?" Mild th mfufst'ir, who 1IAM.VH JL'XKKItK lrKor ' MowiKi !iiii Minis. was collfni;. I'oi: HTAini.vt; UAH I have taken pains to Inspect tho gar- a8,) Christian uro reni'lmil oiuy njr (he mm i orn ' "Wo o)aned en blui at less than ' "I thought about that," said . .. bago can and assure myself, through atool yarus range vuw tuese eigai Banal Washington, Oct. ..hui , Ulllk ,. ,Jjy ,h(J l9e article this means and others, th,at the or I'ueaouhvi tiuiug ii nj . aw hwuw hu ni we uwi cmr and let tho druKglst lve It U tatltlwi "Piyice? A .New Humbug," dors are being carried out. 17 x AT A OtXXJVt T fiTTTCt'TT to those litll bunthes of Huiw mil lh ............ .. ,.lrft,i If A JI l?il A .., mii,. t, ..... it u . .... .!..-- . - iu..f.n.lu .. ... vi. LU Ulv5 V ... ,..... .1 ....... IL. ,,.j,ul.,. whh,, uv a i:,.mi,i and Hrr.iiit-- i - V 1 1irsM. aaiaajLAtvfXalTi a shame. If you have over sprayod in Oermany by (Jormau republloaiu dent that wo are succeeding In prs- -' a stroam of hot Mater on a wke ul working from Hwltzorland lor tho ov reutlug wasto at this camp, and I I'or Vour ('hlld'N CoukIi. loo and sees tbe way It cuts Jt off Here's a pleasant cough syrup that''rthrow of the Hohenzollerns and tho am writing to inform you that you (Part of tho government to restrict or their ennned Roods i'nnllnoated br tho and tbe ice like nothing. overy child likes to take. Or. Hell'u . 'im.i.. Uli lath wont of a republic, was may know at flrbt hand tho facts In coniiDcnie supplies oi cunneci eooun tlovnriniuiiii ytm know bow we mowed down those I.. ... ,,. ... II... l,o..,lu nt tl.n v..v..s. T- u I. rupeiui'iiiy denied by IMWr IKIH been ,...wo u. ... .lll.nn. If your child lias made public here today by the Com- - tho case. Ihe I'llml A.I. v . una. ...I.. suuu inu luuowiim siuiumcui; a deep hacking cough that worrle miitee oa Public Information, with Vury slncuruly yours, iiiiimi, nut iipiuenlly H ,,or. "Tfears Just exactly the way we oii give him Dr. Hull's Pine-TaIs absolutely no truth In HlIS. "There an KHglish tranalaHoa. Tho writer' (Slguel) .HAUIIY HALK. ... It lH ' "'"MHIllll. Ilin ul.iri- llint la l.nltif, r.lv.1.1 w.v...- - mm persons nreke up thoso little HtOH) of ll'iui.y. tint soothiuif nine IuiIuimm til. attacks the lunkers and neii.Oor- ... .Mainr Gun oral. X. A ...M. - .....B .... !..,.!.. I'licu nliniT i( nre uivliu- Krttgeto Wb9 were sowing toward us. jfcVH lUtt tiou, by iiorsoiiB unfrlandly to tliulr nlil and oomfort to ,Hmmt tho phlegm wans for inatlaullag the war, ami 1)11 IC tho niintn of country's cauno, that signers of the Ainurlon's uuimUsi. vw wn iiue umv iei'1 awl lioal the IrrlUVed tlasuos. Out a deaUros that the war lords. IwivIh,! DC " ' Koo Conservation PlodRo Cards this' iren.lt aail Ja. on ear elxea oulu tolay at your druggist ami worn oat their tulue of vletoriea won, Mr. Snckett also rolterated today "v. 11. a.vcKirn'. lanfJajinB thasa UiBr a gJl Jn start treatment at once, w hnve Usrnad in tatv face of peaoe his denial of any lutontlon on tho week aro In dunger of having lart of 3 "Fetlorul Food Admr., Kuutucky.' 2o. Sie "Pir baa aea aai4 sra Lena K.ir la-- C8aag ailgatr bit f . 'afcoat 3sw wa tt. trttfac fcaia Xot tfce W"t ajl toea tkra v-- e .,rTd.ir7Taa. .mTT. J.!I Jn .. i fi .. ...1. are at Ihlrr !3,r- - 'aaa kI - ato" 1 J Iia. at ar a fact w-- ., c i Ut-1s- 1 . Wt paw slae-teat- a riB. IT.-- .- f nr w -- -- niack-Draug- II'.ack-Dra-jel- 1 jt rr ?re Gr-e- n. , ar-ltl- te j ii ir -- 5 y.-- Ue. ra.tl, r Caoa I'""""'" ... - Sf, . tct aat ... i.. ; BUck-Drtac- , x - Black-Draugh- t. --, .. - etai-kUBi:- ea .... aaa,a-- a WI w, ., ... t -- -.- ote u , rc J td S- Tbt at nd. H5rl. Hie Beautiful Gulf PASS CHRISTIAN toast ni ;.. Fraa-ciae- Be-eao-ae ! rmnt wcj zreat'Zraat'-gfvuchUdre- e K. I ta b.-.- n -- -- ) 1 't 1 rr , le - - - -- ii 1 I , ' -- sn,. J"" 'f' ? - low-lyta- pol-r.-- 1 :.r - I I 5 - A -' shop-pin- s; ' eoa-picxiob- 1 i, s-- - - . . eblnl weass I "-'- """ -- - ea T 1ST , ' -';- "eu a m. wr t- -ll -, ; ' ro-str- m Or-ho- lp I I5- -' ...,'. ! ,""" ,,,... I- 27.--- An ..,. , --- - -.- - ...,.. tr , ILLll ll All J aielu-rtov- u I 11 .... I . r- ,, .., i. - .- i V-friUfJLJt2: A J6 WWjJ syaMiJranAiJtssAV v .'m'ii'!Mid"WU';"lPl""lH"nnK" sur," ? "a sowmtj Tsc'V so r." ,4fffe vwsa-- fp KENTUCKY SHORT ON ARMY'S QUOTA OUTSIDE OF THAT HE'S ALL RIGHT DiA4nei)tCHtiyr WW CSViC BQ03ES AND KS3iCS ."( Net- Contents r Autocracy PRESS FAVOR montana iioi.iw ui:()ki wmk.i REV0lU7lO r-- tlTlml Drachrol ' "71 "' tiiui:i: 'iimi:m iik(jumii:i) UN'MMT. M'UltKlt V v Y- 'ill Acronllne t a roport Klve-out liy tln War Depart intuit Khowlng the proKrosn of army lliu rerrultltiK for tlio Kttilo of Kentucky Iium not yet rnU-u- l tho quota nsRlKllfd to It when tlio rfmilnr army volunteered enlistment uii'ipulRti Htnrtoil on April 1. Tlio result of tins recruiting cam paign In Kentucky uro succinctly j ntutctl as follows: Miiiitti ricalfMintl fin Atirll i K7Q Total rccrultH to ilntu 4,27. Molilalia MaUfH llecord. A fow Stntcs havo niailo wonder-- 1 ful rcconlH In recruit Ink. In Montana, for liiHtance, tlio voluntary to dato aro far In cxecsw of three times tlio quota of tliat Statu and tlio Montannim aro still enlisting ! 1 I ; y I CCN6U4 bRArr PiotS FRlUMTrutHtiJ CCiT 0' UvmS I.W.W. IsfvWntiT LIRiuvro Slackers W.'iBliiiiRton. Oct. 27. HEAT WAVES .. .1. NDMEttT ', (& . gw v vm&smzmMBZ .SLfcfl Mwmmw0A y'fy 'immmasmBwmMwziy!t. j'sa ?s-ysr:';s,- .' V X PfTtW i'h,i'itS-liS-Am-y.tA',- fi' s,y .' jy:?7 ' rjs60- i 'zs.jzs - v ' WN&wtzt's ia wm',wm&j&rm&wnwfflmyy SBTfo. i MSmmMMMMM nt a niarvi'loiiH Twenty-flith- of tho Infallibility of thoso who present them." That is exactly tho way tho administration has been VITAL THAN MEN treating Itepubllcans right along. If Republicans strive to perfect a hus-tll- y drawn bill, they are and If they disregard their CCA III) TUOOI'S AVI Mi NOT SAM, bettor Jiidgmoiit In order to hasten an I'Olt l'l'.ANCK IX XHAIt administration measure, their votes KUTUKK. aro construed as testimonials to tho wisdom of tho administration. Somerset News. Washington, Oct. 27. Tho dato of tho departure of tho Kentucky NaDon't lid Your Cough IIiiiik On. tional Guard for Franco Is farth.ir A cough that racks and weakens away than at first expected. Is dangerous, it undermines your America's allies across the ocean, health and thrives on neglect. Rewhllo desiring man power, are oven lieve It at once with Dr. King's New moro in need of supplies than of sol- Discovery. This hoothlng balsam remdiers and tho whole character of the edy heals the throat, loosens the movement is likely phlegm, its antiseptic properties kill to bo changed for a time until their the germ und tho cold Is quickly wnnts aro supplied. broken up. Children and grownTherefore It Is proposed to halt the ups alike find Dr. King's New Distroop movement In order that tho covery pleasant to take as well as shipping that is available, which fl effective. Havo a bottlo handy In Musrle Soreni'vs KellrvtMl. far bolow what is desired at best, your medicine chest for K'ippo, croup Unusual work, bending and lifting may be utilized in tho transportation and all bronchial aflections. At or strenuous exercise is a strain on f supplies. druggists, 50c 3 tlio muscles, they becomo soro and To Winter In Camps. you aro crippled and in pain. still, This means that tlio National I'nexpecliil Luck. Sloan's Klnlmcnt brings you quick Citianlbiiicn of Kentucky and other A St. Louis merchant had mnde easy to apply, it penetrates States may be hold in their camps use of ono of Ills young relief, clerks in tho without rubbing and drives out the lu the United Slates all winter. stead of his regular collector, who liquid, cleaner soreness. A clear Tho call now from tho Allies Is huh ill. than mussy plaster or ointments, it for foodstuffs, rather than for men AVhen tho young man relumed does not stain tlio skiu or clog tlio Tho winter season coming on ineans from his rounds ho was rather down pores. Always have a bottlo handy thero will be moro or less of a stale-mat- o in tho mouth. for tlio pains aches of rheumatism, along the lighting front and "Have any luck?" asked tho mer gout, lumbago, grippe, brulces, stiff- men ran not do much lu tho way of chant. ness, backacho and all external pain. acoiiipllshlug results until spring, "So-so,- " replied tho young man 3 At your druggist, 25c. while tho addition of many moro listlessly. American soldiers would simply add 1 "How about that Jones bill? Ono Possibility. to tho burden of maintenance. suppose you collected that. You said He Nothing could ever coma Kranro Nevils Supplier.. Mr. Jones was a friend of yours." us, could it dear? Franco wants food, coal, structur"Well, sir," said tho clerk, "I don't She I can't think of a tingle thing al steel and other supplies trom tho know whether to rejoice or not at unless I should happen to become en United States, instead of men. Food, my success with Mr. Jones." gaged to porno other man before wo especially, Is hor primary demand. "Why not?" get married. Pearson's Weekly, Italy wants food and coal chiofly. "Tlmt depends. AVhen I went lu London. Italy practically is without coal. Kng-lan- and Kild, 'Mr. Jones. I called to speak having her nnvics to keep tho about a matter ' ho Interrupted me, Only Orramlng. channels of commerco open, Is not before I could proceed further, with Wife I dreamed last night that In as bad shape for food as hor two 'That's all right, my boy; She's yours; 1 was In heaven. principal allies but thero are many take hor nml bo happy.' " Husband Did you seo mo there? supplies which tho ltrltlsh army o Wife I did; then I knew I was ueeds that America can furnish. Town Topics. only dreaming. So thero Is every reason to bellovo FOR FLETCHER'S that the troop movement will bo for an indefinite tlmo while abated sj? upplios aro rushed to .tho pthcr Bido as fast as ships can bo found to No Advance. taktf thorn. Neighbor I uudorstand that your son got bis II. A. and his M. A. Father A'es, but It Is still his P Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollani Reword A. that supports him. for any cnao of Cntarrh that cannot to A Ij Laundry. by Hall's Catarrh Symptoms of More Serious T&Y s tiitnrrli Medicine nuannn( taken oven A negro baptist was exhorting. pnlnrpli oi1flf roru fni tlin l,1rti' i by tt. i I yearn, nmt hat) becomo known (us tlio "Now, brodderu and slstcrn, come up five aicjcness. most roiiaultt remedy tor catarrh, mil a to do altar and havo yo sins washed Catarrh Medlcino acta thru tlio Blood on away. rupolllns Washing-tothe Park, 111. "I am Buf the Mucous surfaces, and healing tlio dis- n AH came but ono man. tlio from the Bloo.l mother of four children and havo eased portion"!. "Why, llrudder Jones, do't yo you havo tnken Hall's Catarrh After fered with femalo ntniTTVi rrrtTiiMTnUTrTTfinw trouble, backacho, Medicine (or a short tlmo you will oee a want your sins washed away? Kreat Improvement In your general "I dono had my sins washed away. ncrvoua spells and health. Start taklnK Hall's Catarrh Mcrtl-cmnt o'neo und pet rid of cntarrh. Send "Yo has? AVhero yo had yo sins tho blues. My children's loud talking foi testimonials, free. washed away? F J. CHKNKV & CO.. Toledo. Ohio and romping would I Sold by nil Cri'i"'1" ?' "Ober at do Methodist Church. -mako mo so norvous t "Ah, Druddcr Jones, yo Jes been I could just tear 1 1 V It K ATM I INT dry cleanod. everything to piccca UN FA OF ItKl'UHMCANS acho all and I would Not (I'omm Do Anything. feel so sick .' over andwould not Keprosontattvo Ulllet, of Maica- - Iiitoludu was tostlug tho do vol km that I want anyono to tajk chm-ctts- , ranking Republican on tho of Uratuc. "8'paM It t night and we aro in a to mo nt times. Lydia E. Pinkham'a nUba 'uya im Moans Committee, IT!.,nPMurn. I ....,, ii,,i VefriitnbloComnound ,,,,! ,, d, n,, dcB. lihielc woods. Thtra cornea a. BtoredmotohealUiundlwnnttotuani: tUru tho bo'ir canstrtetor whJch contron(u (l an1. wlldeat thru membor of either branch of Con- W: "A mernb of th U,e b?hes; an' a lion roar,' rr- -''!" uUiut. What ful looks. My friends say 'Whydoyou minority Just now is In a peculiar no- itet" If ho oxnressas the orltloUiH lM w lnnir cn vnnni nml well?' I owo It all Mtlon. "TTie'a HH'I MOttBa M HO Wa." tn tha Lvdla E. Pinkham remodies, ' bn felB. mid onnojtuu u. hill n oh, Kf(Wr C-Rout. STonct, Sago Avenue, Joctlonahle. ho is olmrped with lVashingto:i Park, Illinois. partisan and uuptrtotl. Ab4 ""'" '"- - - - tin: '. If you havo any symptom about which jr, on tho other hand, he w you would liko to know writo to tha tue lUe?suros bronr' '"""ore rr, -- c"i E. Pi ii"-.- m t'o., i.ynn, tl't U J 'i-.I'Ufr of for h ' '1 I. l tlinlr quotas, whllo twenty States nml tlio District of Columbia have not jet attalneil tlio goal set for them by the War Department. It Ih observed that most of tlio Stairs which havo not yet reached their Koal aro In tho South and In N"A- HiiRland, Florida ami Georgia liehiK iiiiioiiK the exceptions. StJitiN Itoi'rult (junta. Tlio Stntes that havo recruited moro than their quotas aro as follows: f'olorudo, California, Connecticut. Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Now Jerscy.New Oregon, York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Hhodo Island, Utah, Wyoming, Iowa and Washington, Kansas. Total 2S. Those that aro still behind their quotas, aro: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Louis-innMaine, Maryland, Mississippi, J.'pw Hampshire, Now Mexico, North t'jrollna. North Dakota, South Carolina, South Daakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia. West Virginia I.ouip-vlll- o 20. und Wisconsin. Total Herald. l exceeil-nn, rate. States havo SUPPLIES MORE "pro-Oer-nia- Semi-Week- ly ovor-the-oce- x d, Children Dry HtKVUUd soa CASTO RIA 10 BLUES How's This? Pol-so- o 1 FA? ywjJ'Wa,0 &tat&BnofaUi5S Mrs. , -, -, h,,,,, "; '' b. atvta r' '' a' 7!3 1 i. nry There Is wide spread Interest throughout tho slate in the constitutional amendment permitting the purchase of (me telephone company by " ' z .. j another, whinh was adopted by I In- - Inst J 3l. '.. f.MiriT -- n urn DENT. j Legislature, and widen wnl be voted AVcicinWcrfcpamlionfow- upon nt the coming November elec. .:t..i:.wUhr'rivl hvIfCBuU' : IUI1IIIII",""'" tion. Chambers of Commerco und 'n , t' rl'lc bodies in a large number of communities have adopted resolutions endorsing the amendment and pledging their efforts towards Its passage. ThcictyPrtmoUn4DKtion SlgnaLlUG -- . -- n, I n i Newspapers throughout the state aro .! CnnnlflS UlCCTlUlllvssium "..- -n also endorsing the amendment and aro neither Opitim.MorpWncnor urging tho importance of a favorable Ul i:nnl Wvr'VAUGO'riC vote by thu people. jjcc!f7ouD.mmm Tho amendment to the consltutlon, , which Is made a part of Section 201, is as roiiows: ;;u jo. "Provided, however, that telephone companies may acquire by ham J purchase or lease, or otherwise, PatifitdSr )HhUrmtnmnr and operate, parallel or competing exchnnges, lines and structures, AhcJpfittRcmedyfor T At and the property of other teleConsllpation and Diarrhoea ana phone companies, it the railroad and Fcvcrishncss commission or such other state loss of Sleep rcsultinfilhcrefrwnjnMan commission as may have Jurisdicii?': tion over such matters shall first !KS! racSircilcSWnaUrec consent thereto, and if, further, O&S05&M each municipality wherein such tAl?5C, property or any part thereof is loH inS3. TiieCcotaotComp' cated shall also first consent NEWU"- thereto as to tho property within Wt j iTyrrgSSJC"7ii?ri'fi1 ( W Its limits, but under any such ac&? quisition and operation toll lino y.. 's; connections with tho property so acquired shall be continued and maintained under an agreement Exact Copy of Wrapper between the purchasing company THC CENTAUR COMPANY NCW YORK CITT, and tho toll line companies then 3H2EEI2S322 furnishing such service, and In the event they are unable to agree &s to the terms of such an agreement the railroad commission or such other State commission as may have Jurisdiction over such matters, shall fix the term of such agreement." Chambers of Commerce which have passed resolutions favoring tho amendment are those at Bowling Green, No Money Frankfort, Lexington, Shelbyville, HeninAdvnnco Sntinfac-lio- n derson, Mlddlesboro, State Chamber Gnax of Commerce of Louisville, and others. anteod Quite a number of newspapers havo Lowest Net endorsed thu amendment editori.;lly, 'jty telboth at points where thero aro two Prices ephone systems and in cities where there is only ono system. Terms A. Saving of 1 The Anderson News, Lawrenceburg, Ky., says: SlOO to "Two telephone lines In any From Fnt community, both contending for P. A. STARCK tory Direct PRESIDENT supremacy, are u perfect nuisance. Two- telephones in a private resi! IH YOU R dence are too expensive to mainOWH'HOMc tain; two telephones in a business V'o will ship you a beautiful Starch Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your house arc an e.xpenslvo necessity; home. No cash payment roauircd. All wo nsk Is that you 'will rlay upon, use theieforo tho General Assembly and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do nut And It tlm, has come to the rescue of the peohighest srado, sweetest toned and finest plane In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfeC liberty to send ltback, and we will, in that ple if they will accept its assistetent, pay the freight both ways. X V Starck llano must mako good with you, ance and go to tho polls in Noor there is no sale. vember and cast their vote for Easy Payments Savs $150.00 or Mors this amendment." VTe riilp direct to you from our factory, at You pay no rash down, but alter 30 day! The Danville, Ky., prices that ueou upward of $150.00 ic iw Messenger oi trial, jou can begin payment on the lowcwt o! your piano. We guarantee to furnish est, easiest terms cycr suggested by a piano says: you a bettor piano for the money than you can manufacturer. Theo terms arc arranged tq "It Is hoped that the people will secure elsewhere. You rq assured of receiving fuit your cnnvcniencc, and it Is possible for a utiatactory irccct tont:l durable high grade you to buy a piano' for your home, without remember and vote for this amendmisslMg the money. piano. . . ment, as It is the only way in OR.Vaav fitiaranlAa which the public in some localiPIaye?PJan8 2nd- - Hand Bargains Krery BUrclc Piano in ties will over havo decent servStarck tt TVV have constantly on had (tmrar.tced for 25 jears, aud most lcut. the ice." 'lhU ipurantea bat baoc a iarge numVr of slightly used ful Plrcr Pliios ou, 'j e( It our 35 years of piano pianos of all The Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., Tou vui fte tni market. exicrience, and the repustandard makes taken in exwith h Kuny says: tation of an change for new Starck Pianos fKifures of these responsible plai.o bouse. iml Hvrr.tunns Tlirt fnllnvt. "Tho Interior Journal favors vrondcrful Instruments, and will be pleased with the I ing are a few sample bargains! the amendment and will vote for 50 Free Musio low prices at wcoer lio.oo very can bo secured,which It. Ono system nuswors tho dethey Lessons q Steinway 92.00 mand and two are as annoying as Chickering Ta ocry purchaser of Hiano hook Free 90.09 they are useless. The demand Is Kpnil tn.lfiv fni fti. ..a... we give free Starck Piano, Kimball 95.00 music icvwns, in one of for good service, not for multiplic plans Starck 195.00 heautilully illustratedyou the best known school in look which gives a ity of exchanges. Then, too, tho Chicago. These lessuns you large amouut of informaSend tor our latest complete expenso of two systems must bo can take In your own home, tion regarding pianos. This bargain list. by mall. This represents book will Interest and considered. This Is Just double, one years free instruction. nlease vou. Writ tnAiv and In some cases moro than dou1343 Starck Bldr., CDICAGO A. STARCK PIANO CO., ble. Oh! no, don't givo us moro telephone exchanges, but better sen Ice. This Is the need of the hour. Tho amendment ought to carry." Tho Howling Green, Ky., Times Journal says: "Wo ca"hnot too highly commend the Chamber of Commerce In its efforts to secure the adoption of this amendment by tho voters. Tho Times-Journa- l Is for tho amendment, and will add Its efforts to thoso of tho Chamber of Commerce to bring about the adoption." Tho Paducah, Ky., Sun says: "Tho public interest is thoroughly protected under the proYou can bo a success, and a big success, if you have posed constitutional amendment, as no purchaso can be made withAiUliiTlUiN, J2.HJi.lUxY, JNEUVK, out tho consent cf tho city council. Tho passage of tho bill proThe road to success is easy if you are properly viding for tho constitution amend-- , prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite ment and tho practically unanimous voto It received In tho Genfor preparedness. Tho big men of today almost witheral Assembly is evidence that it was passed lu response to a wldo out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. spiead and popular demand for relief from prcsont telephone conWe prepare you for tho position that are waiting ditions." for the prepared man or woman. School ln session Tho Mlddlesboro, Ky., Threo States cays: the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and "Throo States has for a number of yearn In tho past been a conreceive proper classification. stant agitator for the ono telephone system, allowing whoro tho on sy-tecould better and moro oeouomlca'ly servo tho public thau two or more systems. Tho oxpnnae of two systems Is bur; ileiHome upon tfae public and tho botheration and ooafualon of hav-la- g tb waJta of your place of (Incorporated) buslaoas llgad with telephone, Is wlwr ana. ootiW do the work 4 sufficient FMen why the public OWENSBORO. KY. t tV i. hoi' m ' ,i.,. A :y:P ..v?l! :.i,E " .i " ITor 'H i mm Infants and Children. wMmmk Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoda Always m MMMwaalMaMWMmMMMMIi1 Lx In LW nr Use For Over Thirty Years HhTI AST Starck Pianos Fact S200 t'3lwisili 30 DAYS' FREE TRgill r !' 1t I'layer-l'lan- a second-han- 1 t Second-han- You Can Be You Whatever want To Be Sll IB t J I I mm iloltvcrcd It In front of the court to havo scon nil tbo "Hosscs" go lo whero It utill lies a sllont re- - tho post. Hut tbo primary law was houso proach to tbo patriotism of Ohio of Democratic making and tbo AGAIN' MAKE RACE Weekly ly Such neglect Is dimcult to clslons Interpreting It wero all made Published I by a Democratic Court of Appeal', JOAKTFOIM) I'ltlNTINO COMIWNV excuso. tjuid our Democratic friends come Incorporated candidates In Ohio vvltli poor grace now to plead the Republican W. S. TINSLEY, C. E. SMITH, HE.VATOU BELIEVES UK WILL BE county havo grown accustomed to be- - nn0y nct, s. rrcaldont OUSTED,' IS NOT WOK- : Need lng sued by tbolr defeated opponent! KIKI). Is tbo first xiIU ALLEN COUNTY CASK. Editor after tbo election but this JIOnN 1IKXIIY THOMAS 11 U.-ithey havo had to Incur tho ox; Tho artford UmM tnyR ot W. 8. TINSLEY, Associate Editor ., . ... ., . pence of a suit beforo tho election. Manager. anil Business Washington, Oct. Senator Robert "However, on TiTT,.,... of t ho ot Appeals Tuesday: Tho Hartford M. I,. Toilette, of Wisconsin, expects KmiTfil nccorilln to ln nt tli l'ontotllc fairness of tbo Democratic clerk of ..." elded In n case from Allen county to ll0 ousted from tho Senate li&rtronl, Ky., an mail mnttr ot th Daviess county In placing tbo nnmss elMi, After ho Is ousted ho expects to that tho clerk had no right to with of tho Republican cnndldatcs on tbo i.ni.i i.a ...... nr n . ....... . "unu- - nrnvn lilu nhlllfv In "rmnn liork." Ili.f. nnlirhhnr lin "ess li.i.l to ' Address all communications These statements are not In the im-- ? c0 trom tho ballot simply bocauso Wo have a Iarne FtocI: of good, reliable Composition Rubber cand,datc" Wtr ,n , JTho Hartford Republican. tho candidate did not himself file the turo of random guesses, but are has-Hoofing. We ofTor vou nome splendid liargaino in Composition Rub-be- r (certificate which tho clerk issued to l " rollablo Information as to tho Roofini:. from the fact that we buy our Uoofuif; diiect from llio Wisconsin Senator's mental attitude NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS "Is the ofllce of County Clerk ono him." manufacturera in carload lots. gubi"rlbrr deHltliiR the uiht "cut to n This statement, whether mnde toward tho inquisition now going on -Note the brands wo have in stork. We can make shipment same ditre mtmt giro the old tiiMrr-- - In ninUni: the of public trust or political snap?"ttnrtfonl Herald. Slnco the Demo- - through misinformation or with tho ' tbo Senate Committee on privilegesItqumt. day your order ia received. lino noil ic BuilnrM Locnl niul Notliwi 10c crats run for it at the polls and then imrposo to mislead, is absolutely "nd elections, of which Senator Pom IM'Iy , r line for em-l-i niMltlonnl sue for It In the courts every four witnoui nny louncinuon whatever m menu-- i umu, is uii.uii.i.in. "KMEKGENCY" Roollnp, per square ?.18 $1.48 $1.03 Obttnnrle. Itwolutlon- - nnil Canl I TUjiiUIJc tho Senate ousts Ui Follcttc ho vcars It looks like thev regard it us fact. We speak from positive ln "FOHDSVILLK SPKCIAL" Roofing, prr square. . l.'.iS line, money In nilrnnn'. 1.(53 1.H3 .formation from an unimpeachable will Immediately announce himself a Otia-cbut otlit-Notion for itvIiv fr a political snap. "OHIO COUNTY" Roofing, per square 2.12(5 l.HS to the Sentdrrrtl-em-n- t. ti" r line, source In saying the Court of Appeals candidate for "KAIN-KOTK- " Roofing, per Fquare 2.03 will rccelre no inonymou" commanli-ntlunno part ot tho decision "to at tho special election which will Tho Liberty Loan bond sale In Ohio rendered Weights: I ply, Mention county was an Imniediato success, quoted. That court simply sustain- - bo held to choose his successor. Ho and n large measure of the credit tor ed the injunction without any state- - wl" not wait until tbo Ink on the ex- "DUPLEX" Roofing, per square J2.ll $2.51 .... CvU3a."berl&.2. 1C3 It Is due to bankers. J. H. Barnes, nient whatever of Its reasons for do- - J'olllng resolution is dry until ho , s. f.OIh.s.; Weight: Then h"j makes this announcement. In C9 of Beaver Dam, and Rowan Holbrook, lug so. as is Its usual custom runnors' SLATE SURFACED ROOFINfl. per square $2.76; weight. of Hartford, who pushed the matter passing on questions of potty Mica- - will hart on back to Wisconsin td Bet Nailn and Cement are included in each roll of Roofinjr. Thcso Ibis forces in shape for what un-- , tlnn. NOVRMBER 2 to an immediate conclusion. JTUDAY, prices nro delivorcd ut your railroad station, if ordered in lots of The facts In the Allen county eae doubtedly would prove to bo tho most three rolls, or more. The election will soon bo over and Wero. that the candidate swore that dramatic senatorial contest over waj-tbe- n Samples furnished on request. Write today. Do not delay. - he ,1, in fuct fiIc wlll, tllc cerk his cd In this country. J let us all return to the prattlco of brotherly lovo and enter In- - certificate within the timo limit spec-- 1 It would be a contest on which the to a covenant of charity and general jflGd oy Iaw ana jno c0Ty 9W0re that es of the world would bo riveted goodwill to men. Politics should le (j(j ,10t Incorporated 50 ieavInB a question and there is no doubt that the N'ation-nevforty-seve- n bo allowed to Interfere with 0f doubt which it seems tho court al Administration and JAKE WILSON, Mgr. FORDSVILLE. KY the good relationship that should ex- - Ravo tne candlilatc tho benefit of. In 'Other Slates would take the deepest lj II MblltP.ftUTwvrCl'V I' WVWWIItTfWf 1st between friends, and let us bopo tIl0 0hio county case the Democratic kind of an Interest in the outcome. no bitterness shall exist when the candidates did not allego they filed Thero Is abundant ground for tho smoke of battle has cleared away. or 0(rere,i to file their certificates of belief that Senator La Toilette, al- - life to "come hack" gnos witho-i- t say- - hut not, otherwise, and there will bi nomination, but relied on the fact ways a lovor of tho dramatic, would lng. Thoo who have witnesred tln no reception committees , to meet Our fair neighbors attention is . ,,.,. ,rflrn . rrnnirri iv inr almost welcome such a contest and almost contemptuous attltudn ho tin- - him if lm mh .t.,,i,... nin, i....,,i.... respectfully called to decision of tho t() g0' lat ho wouU, mako ,Uo figlt ot ,ls mnm,s (OWard tho Investigating sub- - more, there will be no dinners Court of Appeals, appearing el- scommittee nro almost convinced that "thrown" in his honor If ho can side-whe,. , in this issue. In which a Demo-- , - ro,nii.u,, ,.f ..t,..,i. .... 'REPUBLICAN TICKET. cratlc Secretary of State refused to '1'To.m .iow !!ion from ,l10 Scnat0- until Cn11SruM rcc,...- put a Republican candidate on the , tossed his letter on the table beforo venes In December will bo Secretary ballot, and tho Republican's certlfl- for Representative tho made a scries of Baker's open season for visiting tln- cate of nomination was right there In L. L. EMBRY. low salaams and departed without hut ho Intomls tn ,in " the Secretary of State's ofllce too. The failure of the Democratic party in Ohio county to legally qualify their ,,.- -, flfor Comity Judge , to ' r nl ll ( Mttfnn rttllttf v. v.v..u ri Verily, it makes much ft t fVnitt( MA Aiiti.tlilAtni m n ntinnvt ik.iiii nil.-- nfTJnln linllnl ..i i.. rt ..,.,,........... nlnnllnn llflil lt,ro COOIC. MACK kiui.hi. u....ui. uVuu idiiuiuuin waRa nPnnnR n hffl actions wuuse o., eic. creaicu uiucii cuniusiun in uiu puuuc iiiiuu in ri:fv"-- n, iuu m buiithiiii, wjljcjl for Comity Attorney a cjogo ncqunilltanco of A. D. KIRK. such cases, and in order to remove all cause for misunderstanding In regard lh0 uatKCr gta(0 polon can under- AMENDMENT Por County Clerk Because we said last week that to It we reproduce nn opinion of the Court of Appeals In the cane of Dobbs &ta,j Translated into tho modern Judge Glenn was a lawyer of ability vs. Crecellus, which is an exactly parallel case, and states the law so lucid- - Vernnculir It W. C. BLANKENSH1P: nt if lu iitil tn thr and that a certain Democratic lawyer iy mat one wonuers inai a lawyer wouiu nuo etur kuiii; imo mu tuiuu committomon" For Sheriff SNOORSEO S. A. BRATCHER. was unskilled in election law the with a similar case. Tho opinion was written by Judge Turner, a Democrat, Ynn nnm- - nriniim- - .1.. num vn,.i Woe Jailer Herald thinks wo aro inconsistent. ' and reads: I ,nfv volI WORTH TICHENOR. But neighbor, the unskilled lawyer This is a motion made before me by the defendant, C. F. Crecellus, Secre- Thorn arr wnll infnrnini nornna For Ahiessor referred to was not Judge Glenn. We tary of State, to dissolve an injunction prohibiting him from certifying tlu llQro wno rpajy ,uuero that Senator Frankfort State Journal Printc Strong editorial Favoring Adoption Of ' D. E. WARD. Legislative had reference to the attorney who j name of W. C. Allen ns Republican nominee in the Thirty-sixt- h FoRptto will ho disappointed If Constitutional Amendment And Woe Superintendent of Schoolstold candidate Bennett that be did District of this State composed of tho counties of Clinton and Wayne. tho Senate does not rxncl him. H;- Pointing Out Its Advantages E. S. HOWARD. not think ho had to file his certifion the 7th of August. 101C. S. C. Dobbs was Knr,jlM8 of tIl0 lss)llf.s engendered by In tb? primary election held C. tn0 war jhore is no doubt cate of nomination. ffot County Surveyor nominated by the Democrats for Representative in that district and The strong resolutions adopted by that in C. S. MOXLEY. Allon by the Republicans, and they each received their certificates of nornl- - Wisconsin there It a tho Prnnkfort Cbainbcr of Commerce g For the future guidance of our nation. On the 2Sth of September, 1915, Dobbs filed with the Secretary of an, Sfor Coroner d prejudice aguliist tbo favoring the Constitutional AmendDemocratic friends we quote from a State his certificate of nomination: on tho 4th day of October, lfllii, Allen to the purchase of DR. A. B. RILEY, states Senate as "a rich men's ment relating r.ro meeting lines with f.nur decision of the Court of Appeals in filed with the samo official his certificate of nomination. for Justice of tho Peace club." and an adroit campaigner liko Among other the case of Brody vs. Hook: "Tho Hartford District an action by Dobbs against tho Secretary ot State and Allen seek- - ., Kollette. appearing In the role of throughout the state. This is paprtH which have endorsed this noappellant must suffer the conse- lng to enjoin the Secretary of State from certifying to the county clerks of n nmrtyr might be expected to ED. SHOWN. mako tion editorially Is the Frankfort State quences of tbo error of his legal rep- Clinton and Wayne counties the name of W. C. Allen as the Republican for Beaver Dam District jl0 most of (iat naturai feeling of Journal, which recently published the SAM L. STEVENS. resentatives, who wore the chairman that otnee, and tnorciiy authorizing tne said county clerics to navo ins name hostility toward the upper branch of following editorial: Center town District and secretary of tho nominating con- printed on the ofilciul ballots to bo used at tho election on November 2nd, Congress. As to whether or not tho "Amend The Constitution GEO. W. ROWE. vention, who failed to notify appellee 1915- "The nctlon of the Chamber of ComSenate wlll expel La Follette can not JBockport District within the time limit of appellant's merce, In pledging Its efforts to the Only two questions aro presented, (1) did Allen filo his certificate of l0 forecasted at this time. Q. B. BROWN. adoption of the Constitutional Amendnomination as required by law." nomination with tho Secretary of State within the tlmo prescribed by law' ment relating to the purchase of Eoslno District and, (2) Is tho statuto requiring the same to bo filed not less than thirty Bl'WI'R DM '" """ lines, and in calling upon other Only one Democratic candidate will days next uerore me uay W. C. DAUGHERTY. oi ine election mandatory, or is u merely directory, Mr. H. L. Rumago roturned to his commercial bodies to support it, Is appear on the ballot at the election jnd has the Socretary of State tho right, nfter tho expiration of tho time lulphur Springs District Tuesday, that of Chas. H. Morris for prescribed by statute, to receive and file In his office a certificate of nomina- homo hero from Louisville Tuesday both wise and timely W. S. DEAN. "Two telephone lines in the samo night to visit bis family, where ho Attorney General. However, our tion? Fordsville District community, each contending fur will remain till Sunday. Democratic friends who hope to run B. F. RICE. Is a nulsnnco an expensive Tho primary election law. Section 1550, Carroll's 1915 Edition, Kentucky Miss Ida Kuhu, of Roweua, Ky., is for ofllce next time will have to vote Statutes, Bartlett District 20, after fixing tho day upon which the county elec- expected in town tills week to visit nuisance to the public, and hs been for him, although he has no opposi- tion commissioners shall meet and canvass the returns, ami after providing too long tolerated. When the buay B. C. RHOADS. tion, as tho primary law required the which returns shall bo made to the county clerk, and which returns shall bo Miss Innls Stewart. merchant, farmer or profu.irfioiial man Mrs. Mary Holt, of Dyor&burg, takes up his telephone, he wants to candidate to tako an oath that he day upon which tho Stalo Tenn., Law suits seems to be the Demo- has voted the Democratic ticket ftt made to the Secrotary of State, then fixes the roturned to her home Tuesday, talk nml talk quickly: and to be told Board ot Election Commissioners bhall meet at tho Capitol and canvass the after making a two weeks' visit to that the party sought has "the other crat's "long suit", election times. the last election, as a qualification to "Unto returns, and further provides: line" naturally stirs his resentment. ber daughter, Mrs. II. L. Rumago. go on the ballot. "And after they have completed the tabulation and canvass of the reA Halloween party will ho given Two exchanges In the same town Barksdale Hamlet do you rememmean that the buhiness and profesprimary nominating election they shall Immediately certify to ber him has bought the Adair Coun"Our "fair" friends, tho Democrats, turns of said they shall Issuo to that candldato of each political party re- by Miss Mattle Baltzell at hor home sional man must maintain both, and tho same, and ClasH. ty News. In honor of the Senior recently redlstricted Ohio county this ho should not he required to do. volving tho highest number of votes for tbo olllco for which ho was a canMrs. B. II. Rumago has returned with a view to capturing the Fiscal "Telephone service didate, a certificate of nomination, which certificate shall, not less than thir- homo from. Evansvllle, whorp sho sal among telephone hhould bo univerOur Democratic friends have not Court, but bad luck followed users; every telthe ty days next beforo the day on which the general November election Is held, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. ephone liber should be able to reach yet filed a suit before the High Nabob venture. First, tho court held the be filed In the office of the Secretary of State." very other telophono user, over hl Sudlo Williams. of Tim buck too. trick could not work for four years Manifestly tho statute In question hero requires tho filing ot tho certificate Mrs. Artlo Arbucklo and Mr. Roma own phone. yet; now another court has declared The piesent Constitution of Kenthirty days "beforo tbo day of the election, and not merely thirty days beforo King, of Central City, aro In town Only a fow years ago we were all that the candidates for magistrates berating the bloated bondholders and in the districts they had cannot go the election. Counting the fourth day of Octobor thero were only twenty-nlu- o visiting their parents, Mr. ayd Mrs. tucky was written when tho telophono days between that and the becond ot Novomber, and It is therefore ap- John King. Mr. King has been sick business was In Its early Infancy, and now Ohio county Is alive with them. on tho ballot. But, anyway, tbolr In It was wrltton that one telephonic nomination wa3 not filed In tlmo. for several days. company could not acquire by leaso redisricting scheme showed they parent that Allen's certificate of Republican County Chairman, Ed Tho remaining question is whether tho provision of tho statute quoted visit- or purchase, tbo lines of n competMr. Mose Maddox is at homo meant to bo "fair." Barrass, did not need the advice of Is mandatory or only directory, and on this question thero is llttlo difficulty. ing his family. Mr. Mnddox works ing company, with the result that la 135 Ky., 87, a provision In tho statuto re- in Loulsvlllo. an attorney to get his ticket on the every municipality whoro there have On your ballot Tuesday you will In tho case ot Brody vs. Hook, days beforo the ballot, Mr. Orvlllo Hodgo has returned to existed two telophono systems, howto quiring that n candldato bhould filo his certificate fifteen find a constitutional amendment n candldato who had filed his soever much u to bo of Comelection - Wo cordially Invite the Hartford bo voted on, to allow competing tele- certificatewas held fifteen mandatory and that had no right to havo his nann? Detroit after'a visit to his father, Mr. merce or a City Chamber wished to Council days of the election within John Hodge. merge, or one to purphone lines to huvo only ono, they could get Herald to quoto vcr bat I in the decis- chase tho other. The present law pilnted on the ofllclal ballot. A similar statuto was held to bo mandatory In Mr. Frank Cooper and Mr. Roscoo neither without wrecking ono. rid of Both ion of the Court of Appeals in the James, who have boon sick for somo linos: were doomed to continuous existprohibiting such action on tho part l.oiton vs. Center, 102 Ky., 110. Allen county case which It referred In giving the reason for declaring such a provision mandatory this court tlmo, aro In tbo store at work ugalu. of telephone companies works an unence, In spite of tho fact that generto this week. ally neither was prosperous, or giving necessary hardship, especially on i Co case of Brody vs. Hook, Mipra, said: Wo aro ot tho opinion that tho General Assembly enacted this mandatory The Koran, the sacred book of the to tho public satisfactory service. Tho Socialist knew they had to filo business office's by tho necessity re- p vision requiring tho certificates and petitions of nomination to bo filed Mohammedans, was divulged by Mo- Stnto authorities and local councils quiring them to keep two lines in ortheir certificates of nomination in havo complete power of regulation of not less than fifteen days before tho election, bo as to glvo tho clork that der to gut on the ballot, and they their offices. Experience generally much tlmo to prepare and havo tho ballots printed and distributed nmonc hammed In C10. telophono companies. . o proven tho mistako of tho conhas didn't have any lawyers at all to "Tho General Assembly adopted tho beforo tho day of tho election, and without j stitutional requirement, and now that tbo polling places In tbo countysome, pending amomlment to the Constituthem. ono attempting to got somo namo on or BAKER WILL VISIT being annoyed by litigation by tho peoplo havo an opportunity to CAMPS INCOGNITO tion, purnilttlng ono telophono com. off tho ballots, and.vIthout being Importunod by candidates and their friends pany to putchaso tho lines of anoth- Tho much horalded price fixing of correct It they should do so. Tho purpose" coal by Food Commissioner Garfield public generally approve tho repeal for that Washington, Oct. 27. Secretary ' or. provided tho City Council nnd tho Tho samo reasoning applies to tho statuto In this caso; tho Secretary of Btn, authorities Bhould approvo tho has gono the plpo dream route, and and thero wlll probably bo very fow War Baker has adopted tho plan Stuto Is required twenty days beforo tho election to cortlfy to tho county of ...,,. IUI WIUJW j , WIIIIIJIIL lll.ll. IllinrUVill ml -...-.- ..... .., ......,. t.xonnnttn the coal burons havo free rein to votes against tho amentment. Voto tl.-ib purcn!l80 can ,m mmlo of tho 120 counties In tho Stato tbo names of not only tho nominees ,ui Tnl8 an,ni. yo8 again iloeco tho public uecopt on uom- - m()nt Ho has found that , Uo Uouso of fiMM Ww cf ull tho parties for Stnto offices, but to certify to them tho nnmes of the """-"- " reacnmtivoB without a dissenting vote. candidates, and andldates for district offices In all districts larger than a county; anil it m , T'' Republican Romombor. Amorlcan citizens, that -uy mo oeuuu w ui uuiy ono neg.v " " purpose to glvo to tno secretary oi " I puront that It was tho loglslatlvo our own dear boys aro now under tho the party gonorally regret that "an true conditions at the Uvo voto. Such a vote jB an Indication to tho tlmo intervening between tho time certificates ot nomination aro nscortain tho ovorslght," ns a Domo- death hull of Gorman nrtlllory. and un'ortunute Interest In tho .,... ....,.., .IU ,. UITO ...hi. mm unu ,i. Hiiiv .... ... ,,,i,.p,i n certlfv tho Biino iirniy camps, so ho Intends to cut out of tho ,. . uu i .v., uu .. urn nun i.. t. lUUlll nmrni.lmn.il i. ...! 11. n .t..at....l u II... that no Hucrlflco Is too grout for wi cmtlc atlomoy oxprosscd It, prevent u "n. .nu trav unuera 11 t on i the various county clerks. In which to mako accurate and correct ccr- th m tno uoiuocrauc ticitet going to mako to biinnort thorn. ...... .. ... ...,v. witnoui luemiuciiiiuii muiua. i the ballot, but thero was no legal ti.'cutos. is uuiy prniccieu. rTT Offlcora and men nt Camp Taylor, Naturally tbo court Is reluctant to deprive ono of tho right to havo his Wo hhould bo triad to announce "Wo cannot too highly commend tho rterk H'f l'eliti or Chair- -' muy oxpect n small, well- - 0,lRmUei. Loulsvlllo, o prlntod upon tho official ballot so that bis follow cltlzons, if thoy 0( of Coiiuilerco In ltn efforts the of tha (lag raWln, If thero man Barrass could apply to correct It. dressed man with a unsic atrmu to (0 WCUru U(0 nilflJ)Uon nt Ihlu nltimiil.. Is really going to bo any raising, but T ho courta hnd dotormlnod that mat- - d tru,' may voto for him; but the provision of tho statuto quoted boluzj ....... .... a. ,i.n w...t n.i,. jini .. .. n.ii j """" """' '.iT we pro unable to net any Information tur many lime ifor! Tho Reniiti- - r. miliary thorn Is no oioapo from It. . IMoat UY lUa vpturs. Tito Stnto Jour- "". "l -i- .and will add '" looking around without m. lea nal l frr th wotton 1a 4uw.lv, tho Injunction U ovarrwtod. in regard to It. Tho committee, so- - Ucan poll tdiowod a majority for the ir C"-'b!m It, efforts to th iiyb!y of of - 'of JcsMca Mlltw. Jtd r Curroll. Harra and N'uut Mt w!U mo in tho. , h" aro, and fixr .0w-Hi' '" . C ' , .. . '! the n't Moa. . . . ; !. ' ' I. i ..I l. . i.. -- .V llK i'olO Hi. i '. ..".v-- Hartford Republican. ia fm.fttf win Rubb er fiioonii: For Every Scc.-Trca- .,,' ' V L?r '"' ' ' rnn..,i ..-- .-. Roofing that Lasts Longer Roofing that Looks Better Roofing that Costs Less ni-- tr J ly i li r 2.-I- -- 35-Ri- ftS-lb- ly ly ' 75-lb- ' o j er Fordsville Planing Mill Co. , ,,,,. re I THE MIST CLEARED a.;i 1 1 j Wllchl u.v.uu .,, n ' "...?... i i 0.. IS I i lonc-standln- deep-seate- itc,i tele-phon- o leh-pho- ne Sub-secti- ad-vl- so I ( ., ks mi"i """ a 1 ,, .. .1 wldo-sproa- d . dt rww ei ,... .r a r" "" ' ,. am-aim- "..-.o- . J ... 1 " . ' - .. 7tvr l.-- l K? i ' ci w inter Supplies Jn limes of high cost of wearing apparel you should select with care, your placo to buy your winter supplies. We bought heavily most of your winter needs months ago, heneo we are in a position to oirer yon lots of niercliandi.'-- below its market value today. e nnv flint Owensboro Wneon ttao T. Wllllnms, but arrived too late for tost on tlm market for tho least tho obsequies. money, from Acton IJros., Hartford, Mrs. Mary Smith, mother of Commonwealth's Attorney, C. 13. Smith, Mrs. Ann McDanlcl, of near Horse after spending novoral wooks with her Tlrnnrli loff TiipriIhV for a. Visit With son, W. E. Smith, at Itcpton, Ins her son, Mr. Alonzo McDanlcl, In Illi (jono to Nelson to bo with her daughnois. ter, Mrs. A. W. Johnson. Homer Kohlnson and his brother, Last week was baby week In tho Marccllus, fanners living near Nar- Contcrtown community. Among tho rows, each lost a valuable horse last parents so blessed were: Mr. and week. Mrs. Orvlllo Williams, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mb Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Mas- When you want to get your Gro soy and Mr. and Mrs. ltkhard Tou ceries whero quality and quantity ley. on ll can bo had at n 17t2 Acton Bros. Sco Fordsvlllo Planing Mill Com pany's prices on good reliable ComMr. Francis Little nnd wife, of position Rubber Hoofing in this paKansas, wero the guests last wcok per. They havo a nlco assortment of Mr. Francis' undo, Mr. J. n. Ward. of Roofing with prices that will at Ceutcrtown. plcaso you. Samples furnished upon moncy-FnvIng.ca- KX&&&&&&&&&A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&9&&&&&JMI Ky. 17t2 1 Hi Heavy Shoes sturdy i fc I Wear Resi sting M l l Underwear An indispensable article. We have a large and varied assortment. You will be wise to get out immcks. is is- & is-- Men's Work Coats Out-doo- r work requires the heavy kind. We have them. Our prices are right. Rubber Boots and Shoes The famous Hall brand. Known and worn by everybody. No farmer can go through a winter comfortable without them. J5ig stock. Prices right. Overcoats and Mackina ws We can (it you men. We can supply the boy. A look at them will convince you. . When you go to buy your Dining Oak, C Tablo get that Herman Morris, a soldier boy who o round pedestal table for only $15 was rccontly released from tho ft., 17t2 from Acton IJros. on account of tho condition of his health, died at his homo near Mrs. W. II. Coombs, wife of Editor Concord Friday and was buried Sat Coombs of tho Hartford Herald, re urday. Funeral services by Ilcv. M. turned Tuesday from a visit wlthret- - Q. Sncll. atlres at Wickllff, Ky. Mrs. Robert Dugan, of Owensboro, Mr. A. P. King was operated on and Mrs. Sam Casey, Mt. Vcrnon.Ill., for Ball stones at tho Owensboro City loft Sunday afternoon for HartHospital Wcdnofday and was doing ford, whero they will bo guests for nleely at prois hour. of Mrs. T. S. Marks, the woek-en- d OwcnBboro relatives. and other of Junk. Messenger. WANTED All kinds hides, wool, feathers and roots. D. L. D. SANDEFUIl, Stato Orphans' The Kentucky Beaver Dam, Ky. 5tf Home, to which Mrs. S. O. Kcown took the Cook children Tuesday, reMr. Jake Wcsterflold, an old cit- fused to take chargo of them and reizen of Dundee, whllo walking in the turned them to Ohio county, and dark on his porch Sunday night, fell Judge Wilson sent them to the Comiand seriously fractured his hip. ty Almshouse. ser-vic- request. Shoes must be had for the cold and wet winter. We give special attention to this class-o- f i 4? ? l l & & Footwear-an- d our bh I h Men, Women and Children can find the sort of Shoe h i & I I & protection they need here. n 19 ? 49 49 09 ap. 49 J9 1 j Winter Gaps The kind that will make you feel good in zero ears in the kind we sell. weather, No frost-bitteWhile shivering these cold mornings think of us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. n I Aftor spending several days with Mrs. George Henry, of Madison-vlllMr. and Mrs. X. II. Sargent, Mr. and came over Monday to. attend Smith recently re- the bedsldo of her brother-in-laMrs. Randolph turned to their homo in Arkansas. Mr. E. T. Williams, whoso death oc curred Monday night. Mrs. Henry Mr. D. J. Dunran, the veteran in- will remain with her sister until Monsurance man of rtowling preen, vis day of next week. ited ills daughter. Miss Agnes, who is "teaching at Centertown, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Marks returned to her homo In Hartford, Sunday, after II Miss Harriet Flener, bookkeeper spending the week In Calhoun with In Sheriff Keown's office, spent Sat- - relatives, Mrs. W. A. Hayden and unlay night and Sunday with her par j family. She is tho mother of Miss ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fro,nk Floner.uear Mary Marks, a tcacnor in tue ' Cromwell. school. Calhoun Star. o, i uai-hou- !9 49 9 Don't wait until all of your size is gone, the manufac turer is very slow on deliveries now. i i & l 49 9 i i h ' Hartford . Re pu bi Kan. NOVEMBER I Mlss tho i Maurlno Martin is spending wlUi roIutlVM llt Cromwt.u You can get Coal Buckcts,Shovel3 and Pokers from Acton Bros., Hart- 17t2 HtTi, K. K. TIMK TABLE, j fon1' Ky" H. S:32 p.m. 113 duo at Elltnttch For that White Cotton Felt Ma- t0 duo at Ellmitch 7:S0 a.m. Ac- ... 3:40 p.m.! trow that you are In need of sco Ho. 112 Lv. Ellmitch " Ar. Irvlngton .. 0:36 p.m.1 Lv Irvlngton ... B:C6 p.m. Mrs. I.nla Coppago returned Sun-A- r. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p. m. - I. S: no. Ill Mr. T. U. Fiymlre, of Horse 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch Hcpubllcan visitor TABLE. Branch, was a K. It. It. TLMB M., II. Wednesday. South Bound, No. 115 9:05 a- - n. buo at Hartford Harry May, who is with tbo I. C. Bound, No. North ,, ,, ... Munuihls. visited tho homo- . ,. Lr. Loulsvlllo... 8.35 Ar. Irvlngton ...10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. .., I wUh relllUve8 at :""""'""" ... Hue at Hartford ....... IDIILII ...fl-.- 1 iUUVU '" " O.it. p. m. ......-- . 1 luina uu,,, :l ',' Miss Willyo Smith has gone to An Just llcccliwl A carload of the daughter, of old rellablo Jones Brand Fertilizer. thony, Kansas, whoro sho has acceptfor Lay In your supply now whllo wo ed a position as stenographer, at n and Social Euents. handsomo salary, hut wo will bet a havo It. pint of ncanutB that Kansas will nev W. E. ELLIS & BltO. . 15t4 j or pay a stenographer a salary big Vm SiUoGooa Work IIorso. Ap. enough to very long at a time, keep A. F. JONES ply to Mr. uyrus rictienor and Miss Beraway from tho old haunts Icr 1. Hartford. Ky. Kindling Wood. lCt2p tie Condlt, of Centertown, surprised Willyo See Eck Itlal for slipping about Hartford. their friends last week by y that good Iron Bed that you off to tho Spencor county, Indiana, Judge W. u. Barnes is In Louis- -' j.om Act(m Br08 Gretnu Green and gutting married. n jjeea of Tho Followers of Christ, a religious Y",Ul 17t2 .Hartford, Ky. sect wholly now to tho writer, held meeting Sam Cox Taylor, son ot Mr. Ed somo sort of a delegated Tho Hallowe'en party was quite a Mm Qf 8hrowsbury Gray. Taylor, of Itussollvlllo, accidentally near Horso Branch Saturday and euccoee. nou county, is visiting her son, Mr. shot and killed himself recently. Mr. Sunday. Meats wero barbocucd and H. L. Arms, ut Olaton. Taylor formerly llvod hero and the proparatloitB mado for many deleyour hay t FBlSUllfll WBW5 j if ' Mrs. J. E. Fogle left Wednesday for tt vislt w,th hor l,ai,R,llur' Mrs- T. li. reme. Mrs. Alico Swain and Centertown, will leave Detroit, Mich. Mr. John C. Hlley made a trip to John King brought to this office a Arkansas recently, and our failure to few days ago a novel colored sweet mention It was duo to Uncle John's potato. It Is turnip shaped nnd one usually successful methods of elud halt of It Is colored a deep red and ing publicity. the other halt Is a very bright yel low. Tho coloring indicates a cross Miss Isabel Condlt, of Centertown, of varieties, but wo havo seen noth and Mr. Geo. Nichols, of Montrose, .ins Hko it before. Col., wero married at Madlsonvillo last week. They will make their Dewey Ashby and Almor Farmer homo Id Colorado. and Claude Renecr and Hattio Farm cr wore married at tho residence of Mrs. H. E. Mischke, who Is spend- tho brides, who nro sisters, near Ada ing soveral days visiting relatives in burg, yesterday evening. Tho grooms Evansvlllo and Mt. Vernon, Ind., Is wero 18 and 19 years of age and tho expected to relurn homo about the brides wero 10 and 18. Tho young middle of next week. couples aro getting an early start on their matrimonial voyago and we Mrs. lthoda Mason and Miss Kuth wish for thorn a long and happy one Weathorford, of Tell City, returned to their homo yesterday after spendMr. Leman MldkifT, a coal miner ing a fow days .hero with their sister, working in a mine near Fordsville. Mrs. Amanda Phillips. met with a very serious accident last week. It was tlio oft ropeated case Mrs. Claudo Blankcnshlp and Miss of returning to Investigate why tho Sophia Wocrnor, deputies' .in the shot did not go off. Mr. Mldklff had County Court Clerk's ofilco, were in a leg broken from tho concussion of Owensboro as witnesses in tho ballot tho shot, and wus otherwise bruised and shaken up. suit Friday and Saturday. 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 39 E.P.B arnes I & Bro.. i i Beaver BanvKy. jMMTwgreigiremrataagnx3raaM?WMqf tf5SSS5SSSCSSSSWS?SS9SS$SW,3l NO PROFITEERING IN FOOD STUFFS THOSE SEEKING BIG MAIM5INS TO BE CUT OFF FROM retailers asking excessive prices. "Tho Food Administration," the announcement says, "does not Intend to disturb any legltlmato operations and will initiato measures only ngalnst hardened and persistent violators of tho law. It takes tho position that tho great majority of food sellers, retail as well as wholesale, aro patriotic and honest, and ara i - You can get Wire to balo Hi Acton Bros. boy was a namesako of Capt. S. K. ELITE FLOUR As good as Is Cox. " " mado none better. w E ELMS & Brto. Mixed Feed and Oats eau be bad at 1Bt4 Mrs. Joslo Park, widow of tho late M- A Mln.i llia James A. Park', Buffered a sovero ! Mr. Klbort Llttlo, of Onton.Wcb- - stroko of paralysis Tuesday afternoon Dundee, BtCr county, was tho guest of Circuit nnd for a whllo serious rosults wero Ksqulre W. 8. Beau, of feared, but alio Is slnco somewhat CUrk A. U. porter Huuuay. was In town Wednesday. 17tt V! Mill Bcatrlco llnyncs spent In Boonovlllo, Indiana. " urrlvo Monday for a few days. ' I.leuionam uumuiu Mr. . .. .. Wilt J. B. Allen, or Fordsvlllo, was among our visitors Wednesday. . ... C. i ii uMiitoinn nntortaliicd wont to woolc. tho vJU'M. Tuesday ovonlng. J. iXUeun Frank fort Tho llrst part of last ' Mr. llamas lr Elmo SUuvr. of lterltnton. miHo'io Hartford Tuesday pvoalutf to Williams, ho with bis aunt, Mr. M. T. j Mrs. DoWltt has Just returned SPECIAL HEHVICE. from a visit to her husband, Dr. F. 11. DoWltt, nt Ft. Bonjnmln Harri Mrs. E. A. White, of Horso Branch, son, Indiana. Tho Doctor Is a Lieu At tho Methodist church Sunday ov'ban returned from a visit with Mrs. tenant in tho Army Medical Corps at onlng, Nov. 4, ut 7 o'clock. Tho oc casion Is tho Quadrl Centenary of W. G. Bond, at Ellnabcthtown. tho fort. Tho service Martin Luther's death. j ; Coll nnd let us show you our full will bo fully Illustrated with many Mrs. it. E. McDnnlel, wus tho guost of MrB. J. S. Bean, at and comploto lino of Cook Stoves, bountiful stcroopllcon lantor slides Horso Branch, Saturday und Sun- - 'llanges, Heaters and Grates, which and will lio both cntortnlnlng and edyou nt very low ucative. Tho public Is cordially rewo can furulsh ay. 'prices. ACTON imOS., quested to attoncl. Tho country folks Hartford, Ky. etpeelally Invited, to ooiuo nnd brluK Mrs. L. C. Mason, of Now York, 1712 Auiieeluu will bo tho children. after ipamlliig u fow days hero, tho guost of Mtos Bertha Phillips, left Mrs. Jnmoa E. Long, of Nashville, freo. for Tull City, Hid. Mrs. Tuuu., arrived Ih Hartford WtUu- -j w Kh t'm-l8am" , '. y uiorn'.u. Mrs. Long came to bi- Maroii's hv! rnl Mr. E. P. Mooro, who Is employod gates. Our Information, gleaned from a delegate from Marlon, is rather meager, but wo understand theso peo- plo practlco somo sort of a simplicity rollclon. and havo no discipline or Tho delegate designated preuehcrs. wo Interviewed on a train was cith er not very familiar with tho plans of tho work or for somo reason was loth to talk about It. nt Akron, Ohio, visited his family hero tho first of tho wcok. , , ytnloy r making every effort to comply with good buelnoss principles and sell to Washington, Oct. 30. Profiteer- tho consumer at tho lowest possible prices. Such dealers will be, In fact, ing by retail dealers In foodstuffs protected from illegitimate competiwill be made impossible after No- tion. These few vjfp persist In abusvember 1, tho .Food Administrator ing their opportunities and contlnuo under a plan to to take advantage of the emergency announced cut off supplies to thoso not satis- caused by the war will receive atfied with reasonable margins. Man- tention. e ufacturers, wholesalers and other NOTICE. foods, whose businesses handlers of After October 1, 1017, I will bo (u will go under license, will not bo pormlttcd to sell to distributors who tho office of Dr. A. II. Riloy from 1 :0O p. m. to 4:00 p. ra., and in my ofilco seek undue profits. one of tho most sweep- over Williams Drug Store' from :00 "This is ing safeguards," tho announcement u. in., to 12:00 noon. DIt. E. B. PENDLETON. said, "ngalnst high prices which will 14tf bo Incorporated In the licensing sysFiguratively Speiiklng;. tem, for which complete rules and I suppose tho young men do not regulations will bo mado known withregard Miss Barrowcllffo as so handin a few days." now that her father has lost ls somo This plan, Food Administrator bellove, will glvo the Govern- his money?" "Well, they don't think sho kas ment entire control ot retail prices. Wholesalers and others who contlnuo such a fine figure as she oncu had." Pearson's Weekly, London. to soil to rotailers after they aro forbidden to do so by tho Food AdminPicture Patrons Notice. istration will bo denied tho right to Owing to tho Excise tax placed nesell goods under license. on picture films, ttio added expross-ag- e KxtcmlluK Control. and tax on same, which has been Authority for extending control to doubled and a 10 por cent war tax tho retailer Is cited in the announce- uponi'tickets d sold, we will be ment as follows: to chargo IS cents admission "The ninall retailers ot food, of to all of our shows In the future, bewhom there are soveral hundred ginning Friday night. thousand la tho country, whllo STAR THEATRB. from tho licensing provisions, m pronro nevertheless subject to othor TAX NOTICE. visions of tho Food Control Act. Every retailer, as every other handler Pay your taxes now and nve the of food, la forbidden under tho law penalty which will go on boon. charge, to make any unreasonable 8. O. KF.OWN, to hoard, to monopolize, waste or deSheriff Ohio County, anyone stroy food or to consplro with a. to restrict tho production, distribuGood Enough. tion or supply, or oxact cxccsslvo "Why don't you got an alienist to prices on nny necessities. Thcro aro examlno your son?" no ponalttcs provided, but tho Food "No, sir! An American doctor Is Administration hopes that tho ar- good enough for mo." Baltimore rangement of restricting suppllos to Amorlcan. 'I violators of tho law y.ill bo of some tll Dr. II. B. Washburn will bo at the offoct, for tho retailer will find hlin-ro- lf unablo to buy goods from any Coraorclal Hotel, Beaver Dam, Ky., during tho woek commencing with wholesaler or manufacturer." Monday, Octobor ICtli, and on each Watch for Violators. Federal Food Administrators in nil third Monday and tho weak followState will bo dlrooted to hoop a ing, thereafter, to do all kludj of ' 'to-and send to tho Bret elate dental work at reasonable ofll-clac.ai-pollept II -M ,. ' ) 61 ber 5, 1917, at about tho hour of si credit of fi nnd 12 monthi, said lino; 2B poles to tho beginning, ono o'clock p. m., on a credit of six containing I U ncrcs, moro or less. tho following described property, Being tho ,samo proporly convey- and twelvo months, tho following deHOTEL Ohio Circuit Court. t: W. John- W. ed Two tracts of land situated and umi to rl mI 1'. Hunloy byilntnil E.Dnrnm- - scribed land, land In Ohio county, Plaintiffs, Iiv itnml A tract of J. W. Mercer, ct nl Sale. county, Kontucky, and bolng In Ohio vg. Notice of her 14, tflon, and of record In deed Kentucky, on tho wnters of Indlnii-j Attorney Law bounded and described as follows: folua Ex Tartc. book Tract No. 1 Beginning nt a stako Clerk's33, pago lis, onto county Camp Creek and bounded a Judgment nml orDy vlrtuo of lows: olllco. IIARTFOIIU, ICV. Rough River, south bank of Beginning at n stone In It. C. der of Bale of tlio Ohio Circuit Court, on tho of Evcrly Bros.' land; thence In tracts Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, the Will practice his profsalon In vb: underlying same James' lino; tlienco S. 70 poles to rendered at Ita September ,terrn, corner poles to styled notion, for with their line S. 04 W. 134 hickory: conl and mineral tho plaintiffs urn! Hoynl's corner, a dead whlto oak; and adjoining ccuutleti. ComniorcltJ 1917, In the abovo to bo rosorvod to gum, elm and tho purpose of sale anil distribution a swoct N. 20 W. CO poles to a their heirs and nssigns, together Uli thence Willi said Royal's lino 1151 nul Crlmlinil Practice a Specialty. gum; thence, of tho proceeds and tho payment of theneo tlienco N. C Vi W. G3 poles and tho right to remove said coal frin poles to ills corner, and tho cost stako; tho costs of this action lands nnd to mlno tho wime. N. 54 poles to a hlti oak, Raffer-tv'15 links to two elms on the bnnk of said corner; thence with said Ilaffor-iy'- s of this Rale, I will offer for salo at Rough River; tlienco up Rough Rtv-O- I. Tract No. 5 will be sold In fee with highest and best public outcry to tho lino N. G4 W. 29 poles to a begin out any reservations Whatever. Tract iiii ir mr.tiutars to the 1L bidder nt tho court lionso door In ning, containing 58 Va acres, moro or No. 1 will be sold separately, tract's gum, popHr and black oak; theneo In cllf vihttt Koo.l lisld on Monday, bound, ttic Vowhiun heads the Hartford, Kentucky, convey- Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will bo sold together, X. 10 poles to Geo Miller's corner; Bolng tho samo land Int. fi, 1917, It being regular less. Tract No. 5 will bo sold separately, theneo with said Geo. Miller's lino, Ky. It If first in Uit hearts o( its county court dny, nt about tho hour ed to W. F. Condlt by L. It. Condlt and tracts Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will be 140 poles to tho beginning, containcountrymen. Halllo Condlt, on the 10th of ono o'clock p. m., on a credit of and wife,August, 1914. by deed of sold togothor and the highest bid ing 57 acres, moro or less. Deducting one acre, moro or less. six month, tho following described day of In tho Ohio County Clcrk'a nccopted. and Drainage record property, t: infant, llesslt previously sold to Geo. Miller and Tin. Design. lying and be- oillce. In deed book 50, page 418. jllunley, sli.iro of tho value of bor being a part of tho Innd of Julia Certain tracts of land together with Tract No. 2 Beginning at a stonn ing In Ohio County, Kentucky, and Brashear, conveyed to Jus E. Miller rignt in nnd hickory stump on tho bank of Iionicstcnil Hen on tho sain innus sunn and Mary Miller by Clms. E. Miller,, bounded as follows: land sold, until and Unntrll lllviM1. tlll Said SttllUI) Is tllP remain n Tract No. 1 On tho Hartford for sho arrives nt tho ago of 21 years, or by deed dated Feb. 7, 18S8, recorded! Paradlso road and bounded on tho stump of tho hickory tree called exIn deed book 37, pago lGG.OIilo Coun- Company's In former deeds to this land, known until her guardian qualifies by eouth by the Central Coal ''' 7' " Spangler tract; tlienco duo ecuting bond In tho Ohio Circuit ty t ouri i irrn s ouicc. required to land; on tho east by J. W. Makers as the 3GS poles to a willow Tho purchaser wil bo and Court. J, ex. land, south The To!Man n land; on tho North by Main's to execute bond Immediately after sale It excelThe purchaser will bo required bank of ttuie, anil rcttful. Pcnmylvania and on tho west by K. A. Maddox's black oak on the north sale, which bond shall bo approved by tho lent location on River; thence execute bond Immediately alter 14 Avenue, 18th ami H blteeM, laud. Said tract containing same Grassy Creek to Rough beginning and and a Hen will bo retained on said commissioner, and u Hen will be reup Rough River to the makc it a i!rfr!i!c heiliuar-te- n acres moro or less. Being on said laud as additional se- tained iu:avi:h dam, kv. land as further security. for lirnlil coui'ci, toumt Robcontaining 100 acres. j land conveyed to J. V. Dakcr by parlies, ionvcntior.1. bchooli ami filvcn under my hand, this tho curlty. of the Infant's Byron . college. ert M. Hicks and wife on December V. Tho IntorcstBello Williams in said 13th day of October, 191 Given under my hand this tho 13th Olllco J nines Tiilor's Livery Barn. and Lou ' the 1, 18SS, deed recorded In deed book Tlir Powhatan attract day of October, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN. paid, but will rereopte of culluie and education. 7, pago 528, Ohio County Court land wilt not bo OTTO C. MARTIN, Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. land until the Its tirnximity lo btate. War and Clerk's office. Conveyed to Mary tain a Hen on 1GI3 Master Commissioner. Navv Departments aim to nun? Master Commissioner. 16t3 interest, of historical Attorney. Mercer and Lizzie Duko Mercer by guardian of each of said Infants points M. L. Hcavrln, In this mattes tins hotel especially atdeod dated March 7, 1908, recorded shall qualify and execute bond COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to a discriminating pubtractive MASTKIt court. In deed book 35, page 107. lic. . .,V. ' Mrs. Smith Retoiiitnends Clininber- Tho purchaser will be required to Tract No. 2 A tract of land near The Ponhitan offers room sulll-tie. iv. Ohio Circuit Court. iK7;J,W ii--.i laln's Tablets. old Emporia Mines in Ohio coun- execute bond with good and price detached bath at 31.50, tho vith xtftraul2iE5ilxSM SZ&aSusa&XlSSM. Bottle Tichenor, Plaintiff, security for the purchase $2.C0 anil up Rooms with prity, Kentucky, being two lots; ono have, had moro or less stomnch "I In wrtl innwHI sale, vs. Notice of Sale. vate bath, 5. JO. $1.00 and up. conveyed to J. A. Daughcrty by J of said land Immediately after addinr i1 i'" "a vi'"! ff TEN tl J Aiiruuimit trouble for eight or ten years," writ-- s n. ..I.-- TIMw.twii nfnnilntir. Write for hocUrt vlth THAT PAY. sVlifrttortthpmttairoutfUi, and wlfo and one convey- and a Hen will bo retained as W. Baker Bv virtue of a Judgment and order Mrs. G. II. Smith, Brewcrton, N. Y. tti ie. fcinliit.jp ?sj't Ui tthYru. CL1KFOT O V LEV.J3, ed to J. A. Daughcrty by John B. tional security. my Nrti4 rrtaJrl, (JoUcr okrun for rHCC en it if . hand this the 13th of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren- "When suffering from nttacks of InGiven under and wife. For a more peren ltntMIItr. 8tovcns N rt nm rrtuMtriv con-dered at its September term, 1917. digestion and heaviness after eating, referenco Is made day of October, 1917. PASSING nircrCNCCS. lurfit(.tiW description fect OTTO C. MARTIN. for the purpose of a salo and the to tho above mentioned deeds. Tab:B proceeds applied to the supper', one or two of Chnmberlain's Master Commissioner. Being same land conveyed to Mary lGt3 I maintenance and education of the lets havo always relieved me. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. A. Daugherty on the Mercer by J. defendant, Nannie Tichenor, and tho have also found them a pleasant ! 15th day of June, 1S94, recorded In payment of the costs of this action These tablets tone up tho Ohio County Court Clerk's oillce in MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. anil the cost of this sale, I will offer stomach and enablo It to perform its deed book 50, page 477. THE tor sale at public outcry to tho high Ohio Circuit Court. Tract No. 3 Lying in Ohio counest and best bidder at tne court functions naturally. If you are trouSEWINC ty, Kentucky, on tho waters of Beav- N. G. Hunlpy. et al.. Plaintiffs, iinnso ,innr in Hnrtford. Kentucky bled with Indigestion give them it vs. Notice of Sale. er Dam Creek, and in tho town of MAC.iNE m on Monday, November 5, 1917, It be-i- n trial, get well and stay well. Emporia and being a part of tho lanl Ex Parte. OF c menhir countv court day. at about V. Baa judgment and or-lBv virtue of conveyed by I. H. Baker to J. WILL YOU QUALITY.) Ohio Circuit Court, the hour of ono o'clock p. in., on :i book X, of salo of the ker and recorded in deed TAKE the following deClery's offlce, endered in the above styled action credit of page 507, Ohio County and bounded as follows: Beginning it tho September term, 1917, for scribed property, situated In Ohio FOR FLETCHER'S A tract of land distribuat a stake on the North side of I. C. tho purpose of a sale and tfio joint county, Kentucky, and bounded and NOT ' R. R. Company's right of way, run- tion of the proceeds among SOLO uc- follows: ning N. 31 V. 150 feet to a stake; owners of tho land hereinaiter nay- - rlnsrrilipii ns nt. .1 U N,D E R Ktnno In the center! 1 Tisslirenl tbence S. GO W. 150 feet to a stake; nriit.ul nrwl fnr lho nurnose of ANY thence N. 33 W. 175 feet to a stake; ing tho costs of the above styled ac of tho Hartford 3and Point Pleasant WEAK W. Gl rods and li OTHER or tins road; tlienco S. thence S. 44 E. 130 feet to a stake; tion, together with the costs H 3H pot links B t'iaVVnRu'.Vfr3r NAME. thence S. CO W. 15C feet to a branch; ale. I will offer for salo at public links to a stone, three cornerof a J. B. o luhuii ui In bld-lbK&&w.m o o COl'RT niRI.'CTOItV. thence with bald branch S. S7 E. 253 luction to the highest and bestHart-or- oak, Nettio Bennett's Boyd's line; tlienco with ills line ' COHSUMPTIOKat the court house door in feet to the I. C. right of way. Cono WARRANT ED FOR ALL TIME. Kentucky, on Monday. Novem-i- r ss'h 70 mils to a stone and whlUj 0 taining 1 3 acres, moro or less, r. If you rnrclmw tli Nt.U llOMi: you will mi7. that bolne recular coun oak in his corner on the Ccntcrtown conveyed to Mary Mercer, by J. W. havi a llfo uascl nt the prico you pny.nnd will A quick relief for Ilia! tired, rundown feclinc. Baker on the 1st day of June, 1905, ty court day. at about the hour of one and Beda road; thence with said iiotli:ivcniici)itlrssrhnlnofrev;lns. coi'RT. couch., paint In chr.t. nlchl acal. hemor which deed is recorded in Ohio Coun- o'clock p. m., upon a credit or six road N. 3 E. 5 i rods to a stone 20 -. ' n a- eweak lunct or comumptlon. If II doct lluci-"- . ty Clerk's offlce in deed book 30, ind twelve months, the following de- links North of a beech; thence with, .Juttee-- R. W. Slack, Owonsboro. -i- T-l . Vi -. C not kelp you II coats you nolhiot. scribed land, lying and being In Ohio said load S. S7 E. 55 to a stoiu; ttim'ili. Attorney par') y, ?? Quahly C. K. Smith, Hart 15 lock ook mo Tract No. 4 A parcel of land ly- county, Kentucky, and bounded as thence N. 34 E. 10 rods and the nnin iirmnAi on Cons!dac4 UIUU mtUIUHL UUi ford. columkiio o links to a stone in the Center of ing on the oast end of the farm of J.' ollows: i A. C. Porter. Hartford. No. 1 Being on Pond Run Ilartrord and Point Pleasant road , Clerk near Emporia Mines. In Tract W. Uaker, it Is the 11 Ohio County, Kentucky, and bounded "rook and beglnlng at a stone on the thouco with said road N. 70N.W. - M;itr ("omiiiisftinnrr Otto C. Mar' i 47Beginning at J. D. N. W. corner; thence E. 20S poles to rods and 12 links; tlienco Cheapest as follow": tin, Hartford. Daugherty's S. V,'. corner In Bud F iio cronif timnrn. K. with the creek 'V. '. reds; thence N. SO W. 3G rods, Tru-te- o Jury Fund Cal P. Kcown in die end running N. 30 W. 7G poles when reduced to a straight 'h.mrn v r.n w. 14 rods: thence .V Brown's line and 31 rods to tho lioKinnlnv Hartford. 12C feet to J. D. Daugherty's N. W. line, to ono sweet and one black gum; 79 u. to buy. m nir corner; thence S. V. 145 feet to a iiBiif... wil '2t'2 nolea to a stone .mil rnittniiiitiL' :m acres, more or 1st Monday In March 12 day s ffor S. E. 9S feet thence N. 70,i poles to the hegln-liii- less. Tills being n p.irt of samo land itako or stone; thence Com'th. and Civil. If you w .nt a sewing toiitalning 100 acres, more or fonveyed to grantor by J. A. St. Clair 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. ourlnti-s- t iiitnlogno litforoiit.irhlnv, wrlto to a stake or stone in Bud F. Brown's yon purcliaxo. feet to the 'oss. CeinK tho same land conveyed and his wife by deed dated October lino; thence N. E. 137 Tt3 New Homa Ssftina Madura Co.. Oraige, Mass. acr.i o W. P. Hunley by Harrison Aus-l- 2.", 1012, and recorded in the Ohio 1st Monday in July 12 days beginning, containing one-haCom'th. nnd Civil. ct al., by deed dated August 30, County Clerk's olllco tn deed book more or less, being the same land conveyed to Mary Mercer by Robcit 1SSG. and of record In deed book 14. page 42. Coal and mineral re- 3d Monday m September 12 day 3, Ohio County Clerk's of- served. T. Walker and wife May 2, 1897, 7, page Civil. will bo required to The purchaser deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's fice. 12 days Monday in November office in deed book 50, page 479. Tract Xo. 2 On the waters of execute bond Immediately after to Ith Com'th. and Civil. Tract No. 5 A lot of ground in fond Run Creek, beginning at a he approved by the commissloiicr.aiid COCXTV COURT. Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded as sweet gum and black gum, w. P. i lion will bo retained as additional Beginning at the N. W. Itiinlov'o rnrnnr in Ills 100 acre tract security. follows: Moots first Monday in each month Given uuder my hand, this the .corner of tha first lot mentioned in on the old crook bed of said creek; j Judge John U. Wilson. deed from Wm. Russell to Mary Mt-ce- theneo with a line of Ills said tract 13th day of October, 1017. County Att'y. A. 1). Kirk. Otto C. MARTIX. the North line of N". SO V. 218 poles to a stono, his POPULAR 1ECHANICS thence with .UiiblCl LUUllilBiuauu. X. K. corner; corner, in lino of T. Morton's tract: ;,0;.j Clerk W. C. Ulankenship. this lot 147 feet to its John II. Wilson, - Attorney. AhencQ in a Northernly couioC 1" W- -. iheuco with a lino of samo S. S W. KlierilT S. O. Kcown. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS '..HCtly the same direction as tho cast 110 Vt poles to a stone, Luther Superintendent Ozna Suults. if HEP Informed of tho world's Procrrss In Hue cf tho above mentioned Mary nrnwn'h rVirhftr In tho Morion's ljno: MASTKIt COMMISSIOXKK'S SAhK. ijipinferinif. Mecharlcs nnd Invention. For Jnller W. P. Mldkiff. Mercer lot 15 feet to a stake; thence thence with said Brown's lino S. 87 Father and Son and All the l'amily. It oppeaU C. C. Hincs. KitfT.-Assessor omen. Ohio Circuit Court. tooiiciasscs uid nnrtiountAifnnnd a westerly course, parallel with v ni nnina tn a Ktiinil black oaK on in Ittu tToriio Ainffaiinn ininounuioi Stirvejor C. S. Moxloy. tho first lino herein 147 feet to a said Pond Run Creek, one pole ea3t A. S. Smith. Admr., ct al., Plaintiffs, lOmMthrnuuhimt Our I tliotlL tn llieorrUn wntch (VtrrinntJiiU ft rn constantly Vntlnn of Sale. va Dr. A. U. Riley. Coroner stake; thence In a southerly course r.f n imopii sniii i rnwii s corner: lor ttuoc new unJ InturwtLnn and it U 15 feet to tho beginning. Doing same thence up said creek tu it meanders Mrs. It! G. Moore, et al., Defendants. FISCAIj COl'RT. You Can Understand It Written So Hv virtue or a judgment nmi orland conveyed to Mary Mercer by J. In the middle thorcof to tno mouin rontalnoi Tbu Shop tlotv Dprtmit (.0 llm:f Moots Tuesday after first Monday I'riw ticol HitiU fnr Hhop Work nnt vwy mii for lt.(l UUARANTKKD SKRVICK W. Baker deed dated April 25, 1908, of tho said bed of said creek; thence der 'of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, layman to do tulntra anmnj mo Jiotno. Iloy nnJ County up said old creek hod as It meanders rendered at its September term, 1017, In Jnnuary, April nnd October. per cont One hundred and recorded in the Ohio 4mittur Mchn(ca (17 l'mrf) for the (Mriiwhnitautomnkntiiinu'i'iiflnowinmakvnirft I(m ant lelocrni'h Ontlit, Kngtno- - lniuU. Hnow .Clerk's olllco in deed book 50, page In tho middle tliereot to inc negui-nin- in tho above styled action, for the 1st MiwMiTlnl District Kd Shown, taluo. Special work for W. kLoon, .lowrJrr. U"t rurniiure. etc. iiontaioa m or purpose of a bale and distribution of containing 107 acres moro Hartford, Route 7. trnct.onaforlheMecbjaIc.iJumreriinatfiorUuian O. W. convey tho proceeds and tlio payment of the 1M MiiKlMerlal SINOLK COPfCS. IBe Wlnson 11.80 PER YCAR DLstrict Tract No. G Ono lot or parcel of less. Ilelng tho samo land W. F. STKVENS, Or4 styled action and lr yf nrajta r arcl lrm S aauiaJ land in Ohio county. Kentucky, and ed to Harrison Austin and wire to costs of the above 5 am pi copy win ! ami on rqui Smith, Select. I will offer for Hartford, Ky. R. T. D. 7. the cost of this sale, bounded at follows: Beginning at a W P. Hunley by deed of dato POPUUAIt MCIIANICS MAGAZINE S. Dean, u No. MlcbiRan Avtnut. bniWACU 28. 1808, and of record In salo at public outcry to the highest ilil Slnglsterhil District W. RepresentlnB Continental persimmon bush at S. E. corner of 3 r Dundco. Brown's lot; thence with tho Mm Ohio County Clerk's olllco in and best bidder, at the court house H Bud F. Marble & Ornnlte Co. Mon-daS. AV. door in Hartford, Kentucky, on District railroad 147 feet to a stako; thence deed book 19, pago 158. ltli Magisterial &o ! November 5, 1017. It lining the IZxKSBanrnBa Tract No. a On I'onu nun ureer., Korth of east 147 feet to a stake; Leach, Heaver Dam, Route-- 3. south 147 feet, Bud beginning at a stono In Ilenj. Ful- regular county court day, at about y,n'r thence west of upon a cred- 5th Magisterial District S. L. Ful- Ii i . i" ,r'MV .mi u .'j 6 P. Brown's corner; thence- with his ton's lino near tho old creek bed, tho the hour of 1:00 p. in., following kcrson, Rockport. beginning, containing one-ha- lf same bolng W. M. l'lilpps corner al- it of six months, the lino to tho proporty, so; theneo S. 1&4 W. 112 3 poles fith MngNtTlnl District R. C. Tichacre. g lino, A tract or lot of laud lying nnd Tract No. 7 Beginning at tho rail- to ti 3tono In J. R. Fulton's 87 enor, Contertown. In Ohio county, Kentucky, and road and Itufus Ingram's Hue; thence l'lilpps' corner also; tlienco N. 7th MuRkteruil DUtrict H. F. Rice, corner of V,. to two black cask on creek bank, loumled us follows: w with said line to tho N. E. Fordsvlllo. Ono lot of ground commencing on unto center of creek; same; tlienco S. W. 40 feet to a extending C3 moan-dcrlnDistrict non. W. of tho Williams Coal Compa- 8tl MnRlsUsrlnl Its stake; tlienco parallel with tho first theneo up tho creek with containing iho lino --- K J. 'l lino; S. S4 V4 feet theneo E. 162 ny, theneo i' to tho beginning, Taylor, Hartford, Routo T. lino 147 feet to the rnilroad 83887 v thence with tho railroad line 40 feet 47', acres, moro or lesi. Tho coil- foot; theneo N. 123 foot; theneo W. beginning, bolng lot son In nnd under and upon tho doscrib187 feet to tlio For referenco to tho beginning. rrttn:' i .i ,i,! tn Wm iiutciiinsou iy a. a. f: H.(v rflR . deed from E. O. Burton to Wilson eti lnnd being reserved. imuuvu v, gtila I ini s rini.w. ii., kntiin In ml I'nnvnvcil to (ii.vmililM mid wlfo May 15, 1900, Russell, deed book 24, page 2G5. fJr.no AiLTHr.0ATDiUKcTC'.5B:.-;- . i r iion-n- l record In deed book and .viii.ii iiomt is of iimiinv. iiv Riii'nii.t Being samo land conveyed to Mary ii,,.r zn. Ohio County Clerk's Mercer by Wilson Russell and wife, wlfo hv .Ji.pl dtitLd March 2J. 1012, Hutchln-- i by deed dated April 14, 1902. and and of record In tho Ohio County ofrico, and willed to Anno Hutchlu- itoK::y n?ijum:n. LC by hor husband, W. M. iwnfoevvx'i.trrv7itram-gir- r recorded in tho Ohio County Court Clerk's office in deed hook 4 5, pan USB Clerk's offlco In deed book 50, page 2S8 " Tlio purchaser will bo required to 47G. Tract No. 4 On Pond Run Creel salo, TT yon want to anoeeed Tho purchaser will bo required to ....ii ).n..iniiiiii. nt :i Ktono on sal'l socuto bond Immediately after In life nil trilltt liTldW itJr fl ATorntn lioiwl immediately aftor sale. creok; tlienco K. VI 2 C polos to a which bond Is to bo approved by tho what ii ucw in liufflm'id and lnJu- . '. " .i rW T , it IJfl3 Xl IK.i k '"o? ho A lien will also ttii tpirnrii ih iiriiii l bo approved by tho commissioner stono In Ilrown's lino; tlienco S. 1 1 omnilssloner. to rn the linns I In. Haul the lut; Crt out of retained on said land ns additional a Hen will bo rotainod on said V. 14 5 poleB to tho middle- of and bed of said creek; tlienco up the oi'curlty. land as additional security. Glvon under my nana, una mu lam with Its mnandorliiBS to tho bo- Given under my hand, this tho samo,... .ilif.iir ..t ...-- . ..,, if rimiin l..l...r ......... twn 'liv u. rinlnhnr. lilli. K1I11 1IIK. 13th dny of October. 1917. LUHWUiiiift t U . WW H H M HiJ1. a I '.! I. . OW u iiji.uj" l tutt, I .. i, . li I Ol lo OTTO C. MARTIN, ncres, more or loss. Doing tho same tv.j.ii.uu.iw., t) A't, coutonr i. ( i miumiomu.. Commissioner. to V. l'. iiunioy oy iu .wisier Master lGtO iViUhm aw., t , ) land convpyod J7i.' . f. tha. tnoit Intf rtlr ami nwfil man'lfi'. Bn5 .... .. li..j.iltl j u.L.lli L...V ...VH o. M. Crowo, Attorney. by deed of duto Octu- Attorney. UjiiJ. Fulton w..... Uig ui,,i.i mi'iii.j D. B. Rhoaili, ' 'y. '.r tV.lacemAt Fnclico rU i,,.- - in tnnn ami nt rnnnril in tho 300 Pictures 300 Articles i mi 4ituuaia ..,.. .n County" Clerk's oliioa In dw.t MASTKK CO.M.MISHIONLR'K SALM. .. anrl old fashioned nMve ill thn --.;-, A safe, .a VMS'., aatr Vi.rte4 HatM KtrA'. " a, , y. MASTIiK COMMIHSIONUI'S SALE. Ohio uii rr iijr.' w WAgMlNQTCH. 0- O. "" ii,riiiria anil i book U3. page 417. ridiiiiur In ahcpwsrU anil remedy tor worms. . .iuui'.h.!es Ohio Clroult Court. . Tract N'o. 5 On tho waters of Ohio Circuit Court. iu rj.n..nit-- Hi.it In rusiliuuiy. C.h. Hopu-wtl- l Miller, ct !.. I'Ulntlffs, rra .nnhBll. J. B. Oman Uiver. known s the old How lo ma'. t'iln- - a ooi. f Ja rrnr Harve OondU. ct !.. I'iulntiffn, l Notice of Sale, VSi ttlOI ll IlltiUti lltf i oui uve it ill" to' t'Min'o.-iitchurcli lot, dertwl to the triu.-teeH'l.wh M... -. vi. Notice 0 tale. fuibiMK. .. a ' wi!tlHi(P'i"1' O, Rob', i Hntou White, rxifendant. FHCY'SVElMIFUGEcaii of wild church by It. ...M a II ........ h... In. il.h "...- - IAaa m Parte. of judgment lfci' ...lii IC ' in."jf-tu"i"or a judgment and or-i- j. 8l. olfti you. tan or- rocordol In deed book IX.. n8s ios- - rIJy virtuerendered at the Spptam-- i By vlrtuo .mw w. .K u wnliH b of sale rvcrfit uinu iw)ioa rif. ,i 1 S3 l rendered in the abovft July 7, XS38. and uounaeu 1K ta tODT 51.SU a lear a der of V.JI Ur A H "" 1817, of the Ohio Circuit r term, m) hulita ttytetl action at the September term, jIov: OCOP . Tfit.rt.l!rclJ $ Ot It tnm s tunbo, . ' a. 4. . w. mrt in the above ntyled Ju.lKment, at Bcgnu nun l neKinBIHir 1'kpuur crr muhiiii Onio circuit uoun, ior IS 17. of a rip dbHrtbutfcg th pro black oaks tn wild Keld's wait li"1' t! e uurpoae of payiug the wM DSKr Ia tk purpoM of I cgiita anions thoa eittUltdthoreta eo pokw South from kit lt1nnliiK .. the ulaiutlite liereln asutust tlio i lU irwrnlr. Saoajrd or Your Mc.y i ,r.clc lo a ten. tlefwidaiit, and ull Interest and cot purpose of saying Ui coat coruert thaae 8. S jm1 ad tha notion, and tho ooet of thie s. FRer. e. th of tfcla oUm aBd o tbta af la, I wUt od ktaek cak: tbwM K. SB Vl I" it wWl will, offer for Hle at puUllii rnucilH I tlmslxialm ' ' x eton .'nil P'l htckery corner tat of M HALl'IMMtft or aala off HmkiIlur..rJ...7ii...7r:T .. fcff Hkltt IxmI bld-- i' 'fHw MfiuiJaUv-iaI M v noi dtatrlct Mo.,, 20 : thwtet W. Auction to Ue blhet nnd in Hert- ' liter -n tli a court house dour ,i ... fi ,, , fi. . i.0 W(, n not"-- ' iff.i-1- . ' fs4w.ll, ka Knii ''y, !.o. '" ' n' 1" ' ' :1, Ten" '' y. n CABTUU COMMISSIONER'S SAM. in., on to-w- lt: to-wl- SBilssHS "mi; 3R3.OlTOSJ3lC13L 1 Otto C. Martin at I s 6. E. TAYLOR. C Beaver Dam, 'Highway ! to-wl- ' DR. rcrfi-c- HART YRTRRINARY SURGEON 0. E. 1 id V1U, TltADC-MAHKS Jh m-.- 1 IfcH-- Inx-atlv- er -- t: Cliilclren Cry OASTO R A OUR ; ooooooooooooooooooo tmr mmm, GERMINAL REMEDY rfSffor er d, fc , , 0000000000000000000 nuruT FOR ONE MONTH - i ' Ts JT- 1- , 1 j ffloi i lf n, 2-- r; AAGAZINB i g, bep-tomb- cr v. 3-- to-wl- t: bo-in- Get on the Firing Line Br. I ' d&tk Mothers ?r v FortkeChMm S Atmm a. 1 Ok i;s T!wrfvi :. . Roughs 3-- tin-ol- litl -- . u mu, VaTmf1!! Ao Popular Science Mommy iU, V I . ' . ." lii ..-.- - I n 11 fr h- -l . 'm fi-n- p' i. "- .- Hrr' ." OS!7B& mv-urqi ' ui, " 'u a i 'L - - - y 4jf -- gataU": Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Boforo you buy you should oxamino our luind X nmtlo fiirm wagons. Thoy run lighter, arc mado of tho vory bust niatorial and hwt far longer than any 5 niachino mado wagon you can bjuy no matter what price you pay. j i i Farm Department WUY T1TK U4AVEB Mand ready to holp aM poultry pro- C11ANOK TUBIK COLOtt ducers to cot maximum results. Washington, October 2 J. It ro- - fiofcriimcnt Will Not Fix nop Trices, Kood Controller, Herbert Hoover, quires no TlTld Imagination to pie- turo Mother Naturo koIiir about has Issued the folowlnR statement: "Statement has appeared In Chicathose days with a liberal supply of go papers that wo havo Intention of full of life and action, filled with the paint with which suo colors tho reducing hop prices to ten dollars, fire of fine inspiration and followed 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, leaves of the trees nnd oilier plants (jhlcaKo. Advlso that statement Is nb- win mane ntul thoreby produces tho vivid tints roliitcly untrue It docs not represent Wo also do all kind.s of Hlaukdtnithing and lie- opinion or proposed action of Food which characterize tho follago of this lAilmlnistratlon, which will (alto no pairing, eftpecially tho hard jobs the other follow season. In reality the change In col-- . stups that will Jeonanlizo livestock X urliiB Is tho result of certain choml- pro(lll(H.rs. iM,orcst. can't do. All our ondeav-cj processes which talto placo in or8 Wlll l0 se,i to keep prices, at Wo also make a specialty of lloisoshocing and J tbu leaves. X which all allied and covornnicutnl Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pace, Tho chanRo Is not, as many people purchases arc made, that rIvo Girls' Pace, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. duo to the action of froa', sured rturn of cost and profit to pro-hTravel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best d T All ilucors of meat animals. " Is a preparation for winter. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Respectfully yours, There is a known shortafjo of pork, duriiiK tho spring and summer tho mtneiiome. mere is no ace leaves have served as factorlcs,whoro and farmers nro urged to Increase limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free breeding herds of swine and tho foods necessary for tho treos' their Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION growth have been manufactured. othcrwlso adapt tholr farm plans to let u send you Thrco Current Issues FREE. Incloso this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year This food making takes placo in nuni- - bring about greatly Increased pro- request. burless tiny colls of the leaf and is ductlon of hogs. Therefore tho Food not 12. Tlioo who subscribe now, sendi'nc $2 carried on by small green bodies Administration Is encouraging rather for the C2 issues of THE COMPANION More good readinR than you will for 1915. will receive Tho Companion whlcli give the leaf Its color. These- than discouraging the production of, Thirty-fiv- e get in any of the monthly vt'.us experience in the shop. Home Calendar TREE. aro pork. chorophyll bodies, as they 0 magazines. $ known, make tho food of tho trco by SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE combining carbon taken from tho Let tii0 maros and colts havo feed THE IIARTFOIII) It til' CUM CAN' A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, B03W carbonic acid gas of tho air with jn abundance this month. ONE YEAR FOR ONIA' 52.7.1. prowara iiiMMBiiiiawMKMMBimtMiMaitiaMUwmnaaantBtBB hydrogen, oxygen, and various miner- nils supplied by the water which the F.il Care if Vegetables. We Knock the Spots Out of Things roots gather. In the fall when tho . Do not expect to keep vegetables .HESERjKre.aaacsiJtfSKfcz iu:iti-- is a hood to .stop roit i.itti.i: monky cool weather causes a slowing down Succosfully Jn an unpnrtltloned eel- -, Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th i oi tho vital processes, tho work of th ior containing a furnico. leaves comes to an ond. This ma-- ? if no cave or portion of tho cellar ( The Onl Hotel In lmisvilli Operated on tlie jchinery of the leaf factory is ills- - s available, dig a trench as long us Aiiicriiaii anil Kuropcau l'lutis. 'mantled, so to speak, the chlorophyll desired and about a foot deep. Pro- I.es-BoFlfty-fiv- o typewriters. AMKIHCAX PLAN (With Meals) is broken up Into Uio various sub- - viding proper drainage Is maintained, French Dry Cleaned and Pressod la a explained by Moving PicItouuis ulthout Kalli but with Hot and Cold Ittimilng Water. stances of which it is composed, and cabbage, potatoes, celery, carrots, Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big Dewhatovor food thero is on hand i3 beets, in fact all of tho root crops, ' single, $2.00 per dny; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Ilooms partments Shorthand, BookSend us your Garments and Hkt sent to tho body of tho trco to b9 niay ,,0 stored In It. For storing ap- single, 2. SO per day; 2 people, 2.2K each f0 Rooms keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them up for use In the spring. All piCs the hole should ho deeper, and stored HO Pront Ilooms. single, 2. CO each .1.00 per day; 2 people, Music, Primary Normal. Exthat remains In tho cell cavities of usually the applc3 aro protected by Itooms utth I'riiate Itatli: CLEANED CLEAN pert teachers. Modern equipthe leaf is a watery substance in being surrounded by straw before soil iilngle, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each r.O Itoonis ment. Position assured. Packages called for and delivered. whlcli a few oil globules and crys- - is placed on them. The outer leaves CO Ilooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each Write for catalogue. tals, and a small number of yellow, 0f tho cabbages should not be KUHOI'HA.V 1M.AX (Without Meals) refractive bodies can bo moved, and tho tops should head THE EL TE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Sus. College seen. Theso glvo the leaves the ycl- - downward. Ilooint without Hutli but with Hot anil Cold Hiinning Water. Boots, carrots and salA. Iva Nail, Prop. low coloring so familiar In autumnal Eify lnay be buried as soon as the single, $1.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, $0.75 each 75 Itoonis Incorporated I tops foliage. aro frozen. Colery may be IIAKTFOIU), KENTUCKY. CO Ilooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each OWEXSBORO, KY. It often happens, however, that placed In tho trench when mature to V 50 Front Itooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each thero Is more sugar in the leaf than bo bleached and later stored where It Itooiiit with Private Math: can bo readily transferred back tojwllI not freoze. Parsnips may be left single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Hooms When this Is the caso the unpulled, but If burled In a trench tho tree. single, 2.00 per day; 2 people. 1.50 each 60 Itooms X chemical combination with tho other i may be more easily handled. Many ' d Petro-Mcn- ta tints vary-- , persons believe that the flavor of the substances Relives Piles THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. nr l.n .!..(. UIU 111 Ullfllll 1CU lllg t iron .t 1... Ill In... M.l Ui UiU uub parsnip Is Improved by being allowNo matter how stubborn tho i:iiniK'an Plan Only. wood to the more austere ed to freezo before burying. caso may bo Petro-Ment- a will B Itooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Itooms With Private Hath, $1.50 of the oak. In coniferous trees, bring relief. A trial will convlnco and up HiM Kilting Place In Town. which do not lose their foliago In Start Flock Willi Kwe Lambs. yon. For sale by Ohio County The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale the fall, tho green coloring matter For Inexperienced sheep raisers Drug Co. Price 25c. walk to tho retail district and theaters. takes on a slightly brownish tlge, thero are several Important advantdistrict and only n which, howover, gives way to the ages In purchasing ewe lambs inI.OL'I.SVIIil.K HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. lighter color in the spring. stead of mature breeding owes. In Willie the color of tho loaf 13 tho first place, says the United States Feel right all tho time. Don't lay 06 7igr:K-.7- D jma changing, other preparations are be- - Department of Agriculture, the ewes from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x lug made. At the point tho stem of 0f breeding ago that aro offered for on your feet, while relievingyourtroub' leaf is attached to the tree, a Bai0 are mostly western ewes with a the le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don special layer of cells develops which long-wocross, while tho ewe lambs Used Years tako anything else. You can't nfforo jm E3 gradually sever the tissues which coining from tho West nro mostly it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natsupport the leaf. At the Fame time black-face- d lambs, thus showing a ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Naturo heals tho cut, so that when cross of some of the Down breeds, in its effect and certain in results. It 33 tho leaf Is finally blown off by the which Is tho kind of blood most farm-win- d wiB won't bo long before Liv- - Vc-La- x m or falls from Its own weight, ers wis, to have in their Hocks. Uy completely displace calomel in every 113 ra home. Children can tako it freely an the place where it grew on the twig buying such ewo lambs one gets the with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar ts marked by a scar. jaoTvantago of starting with the first anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Non ITS Although tho food which has been cr0S3 0f the type to be used In genuine without tho likeness and sisn-m 93 in the cell cavities Is sent' j,,R up a flock to tho mutton type, turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Will help parents develop their tons kito m back to the tree, tho mineral sub-- j Moreover, good breeding owes aro - Hartford. Kr U. WILLIAMS. tho best typ of citi.eiHs iiiul (Jhristia-SA w stanco with which tho walls of the gelling high. Lower prices are unHie Woman's Tonic CM coils havo bocomo Impregnated dur- - nholy, as tho demand Is strong and guntlemcn. Its psitionago is widely scat'3 m lug tho summer months aro retain- - ti,0 available supply Is small. With Sold Everywhere tered and ctmies from the bebt homes in r ed. Accordingly, when tho leaves probable high prices for mutton nnd $5 ts m fall they contain relatively largo Wool In the futuro tho farmer who FP South. Its capacity is limited, therethe. r.o amounts of valuable elements, such understands sheep and will properly which caro ror them from tho start has good as nitrogen and phosphorus rcsfrvationk should be made early, fore, K W weio originally a part of tho coll. prospects of success. K l'lace your son in this select Kibup of hi Tho decompobltion of tho leaves ro- - while breeding stock is selling H W suits in enriching the top layers of xzu tho owe lambs can be bought Write boy. it ttcCALL rATTEIJNS m tho soil by returning those elements at nuot 55 a head less than breed-an- d fVlrhrAtpfl for ctv!.. tirtri fit fn.m1rvt aA k, reliability nearly 40 yeirs. Sold in nearly by Die accumulation of humus. jng eW0B. This is an Important point ElE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE every city and town In the Unite! Stiles in CanuJa, or by null direct. More told tha That Is why tho mellow black earth j sorting a llock, although And Fittinu of Glasses any other make. ScrJ ior irce catalogue. tho foroet door ts so fertile til the lambs come to a breeding ago Maronlc fefcCAlX'S MAGAZINE OUENSBUKO.KY. Jox A. l-- i More subscribers than any othel fa.hicv. catalogue imuI infonmUioii Hut If flros aro allowed to run no returns from the llock will be TumpU jj For nagaiine million a month. Imaluable. Latthrough tho forest and tho leaves aro forthcoming except the wool clip, est styles, patterns, drcssmaVinL', millinery, lain sewing, fancy nceJleMork, lulrdrcssfng, burned, tho niot valuable of tho fer- - However, for tho beginner In sheep etiquette, poJ stories, etc. Only CO cents f year (worth double), including a Irce patten-.- . tilUlnic elements ara changed by tho husbandry, no better plan or ohtnln-hc- OVKIl M8,000,OOli,000 sample corjy subscribe .limm,iMiiaiWMiiiii"'''"'Mapro-"aeMOTBC!- ' SI'UNT ON WOULD WAU fevONOEItFUL Udav. or send lor Into gasoe and oucape into tho jng oxporlonco could bo adopted than, INDUCEMENTS to Airents. Postal brings premium catalogue air. As a result, forests which aro n caring for a llock of ewo lambs for I and new cash prize onus. Address Washington, Oct. 27. Tho second burned ovor regularly soon loose a yiar. Tho oxporlonco gained In TrSJ? S ID .13 17. J 7th St.. RCW tOC, CIIZ UcCAIl C3.. l their soil lertlllty ovon if no ap- - wlntoring owo lambs and mnnaglng Liberty Loan of ?3,000,000,000 will . Tw 4 ,IULii.HMlfiAM fil r parent damage Is done to tho stand- - tho flock throughout thosummor eea-In- g bo upplied to the $20,000,000,000 : .AauriiKKQ?; o war bill of tho United Stntos to Juno tlnibor. son would bo Invaluable. Reading Investment In a flock of ewo lambs 30, 191S. This vast total of AmeriInertMso Poultry Production. will give tho advantago of tho first can expenses, however, Is only one-fifof tho cost of tho war to the An appeal to poultry raisers to In- cross of blood of tho Down breeds, crease their production or poultry, lower price, and necessary experi- other holllgorent governments. The actual cost to date, based on meat, and eggs has been Issued by tho ence. Tho wool clip will at least offAmerican Association of Instructors set tho first year's keep and tho year- figures to tho first of this year aud ru.ci-- j ts.'j rvsiytl!i.2 clss Tatli. ; i riifivoy? and Investigators In Poultry Husban- ling owes will bo a bonefit to weedy tho dally rate of expenditure siuco Companion and finnlc t ..ji.ncse troy rcu the supiema L This Indry, which mot recently at Amherst, pastures next spring If moved fre- tlion, Is $93,8H,67G,000. Tmum of r .;.(. :y, jy !!.jusativ-- j have teaiifle.1, 1 E2 ISSUES These poultry experts, In 11 quently nnd not stocked so heavily cludes Undo Sam'a $2,000,000,000 Mass. 'iBEVJDTIB C0MPVN10N Thr favoritei family weekly of America, resolution, stato that thero will bo an as to cat the grass Into tho ground. Llborty Loan. i or uioup in It Oieat S:ori;s, a thauand 1917, auU Artlc.o. SO bhert Great Britain ha3 beon tho biggest unprecedented demand for breeding Thoso who contomplato going Into thousand I'linny. t ami Suwss.tSo.'i'i. T" 'i'clr.e ever cold u stock nnd poultry products, which sheep raising should consult Farm- spondor, with $22,939,375,000 to hor ians. blVcci.-- l'Jgcj o: aU ases. H i'V rr cii(?j;,J''s co"Mr. enn bo mot most effectively by tho ers' Hulletln 840, "Farm Sheep liais- credit. This docs not include CanafyraHfcfim!'ironfy 212 Introduction of approved mothods ing for Beginners," which will bo da's $045,700,000, nor the $703,800,-00- 0 12 Issue spent by Great Britain's other nnd better stock nnd management in sent freo on request from tho Divisw?m:i MAGAZINB each llock. ion of Publications, Dopartmont of colonics. 12 ISSUES KSD A DRESS fAlTM. j :15' Press feuem u Tho othor Entente Allies havo Tho association urges particular- Agrlculturo, Washington, D. O. Thi Jtewc alTHOSITS rnwj-ein tv raunoiwucAi'iCTicaii uiui. of . Franco, $15,114,000,000; bpeut: ly owners of Hocks not to sacrlfleo the .U nontbly Imucj " w4 a Certain Cure For Croup. Russia, $12,808,000,000; Italy, iCiil'. raoiiaa" i"5 onore,r valuable chickens simply becauso $703,000,-00Belgium, Mrs. Hose Mlddletou, of GreenCVC y UAU1U2 V M.. feed has becomo abnormally high In 1&5IK5- -.' LJ( Serbia, $00,000,000, aud ltu- prlco. Thoy point out that such n ville, III., has had oxporlonco 111 tho KtuM ni 15e. 5rB 1 ( fafiL McCslIPrrrt ip'tl-practlco will tend to reduco tho sup- treatment of this disease. Shu sa'3, 'mania, ?79C,00O,00O. FOR PERSONAL I1YCIEIIE UtT l'Uernfor... aU --',,"t''''',:;, ifrinxtiszi Tho Central Allies havo spoilt DUsolvoil In water for douche stop ply of breodlug stock and lead to "When my chlldreu woro small my trrrrrrn son had croup frequently. Chaiubor-lalu'- s much less acordlng to tho figures pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- serious reduction In output. tr'frJtw. ir; U puttliWt I tb. rpr in wM4 Germany's uxpendit.imw snulion. Rucomaunucu by Lyuia E. Cough Itoniedy always broke avallablo: Tho members of tho association, oji0jirrr""aa''' lCOKX53aa PinWmrn Med. Co. for. ttu yruri up thobu attacks luimeillntely, and aro estimated at $20,333,000,000; husIhs 917 Home wiena.r. rJ who aro tho experts In poultry ArienliDf wtnT for iu:tl coturrh, rniANloN tot f2 bandry from tho several Statu agri- l was novor without It in the house. Austria's, $8,003,000,000; Turkey's soru tliriM.riid woevti, Econotnlci), P"?r. Bulgaria'., riw csb.iiMU (t et i i tctaiuiJ! roij b and cultural collogos and tho United I havo taken It myself for coughs and $1,059,500,000, for S cults .tra to i uv.r iw:ll. 2R f lw.1 .. .. .. ic. . ncf.inM MAgsACMUse.ua "to-m $718,500,000. rt. W States Department of Agriculture, Dolds with good results." thc vooTH s fcTynryi i " ir j rffcfl &2 Serials 1 IteYOUTIf S companion Better Than Ever in 1915 al ut Soul !A.B.Row6 5yCentertown, nan: t gami; : ' i V Ladies' and Men's Garments ' ns USELIHER-LA- many-colore- 1 I red-brow- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. r.iaj.i ..m nKHKKSaBHHaZRakaE!SEElGKaHSHHHP ol 1 40 g a h VanderMlt Training School for Boys 1 ELKTON, KY. grad-prepar- v n 1 if I l! DR. J. H.THORPE P MSTHENEY & BSTTS .. g KV un-fro- m at . fc -- trj-Mm- r. ml film of like It Sir 2'10 th na The Youth's rTheBestTwo ) ! r McCalfs Magaino .u J Every Woman Wants! 0; -- .?T,...,. wrwx. ,;.:. ".. x",i , SLAV POLICIES ARE UNCHANGED 1mpossihimtv ok hki'akath vi:ack havh koiumcjn sho- KKTAIIV. Sanders and assistant aro all that could bo desired of tho Government. Mr. Mllca Crowdor, who wan ablo to attend the singing Wednesday nlcht, la improving. Soreral from hero attondod tli MaSaturday sonic supper at Frlcdland evening. d Mr. N. n. Sargont, of Paducali, his son, Mr. N. II. Sargent, tho ngent, rocentlf. I depot Mrs. R. E. McDaulcl, of Louli-Ivlllylsltod Mrs. J. S. Ucan Satur- - nt vls-Itc- c, GERMANS ARE INSINCERE People Mu- -t Understand That Defense or Russian Territory 1 of Important l'etrogind. Monday. Minister so, iw- Pi. lloweon pranks Wednesday nlfilit, and ' sui prised Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Crow dor. 1'lano and string music and singing were enjoyed by all Pies- - "TXk, Nood. ,ent. Dr. J. S. lleau spent Tuesday in 1.ouisvlllo. Oct. 29. In ad- roRHSVILLK. Tercstchenko dicsslng the preliminary 1'urliatnenn Mr. .1. C. Holderman, of Knckford, said a separate peace was im- - in., i? visiting his father, J. II. utid that defense of Mrs. Kate Johnson went to Provi-niontfiian territory was one of the funda-- 1 ' deuce Saturday. need. The friends of Dick Truman wcro Tho Foreign Minister wild the ab-- j. solute Independence of Courland and sorry to learn of his death which of Poland and Lithuania was curred in Owensboro last week. Impossible, as it would mean that Miss Cathlecn Young was in would return to the days be-- " easboro last week. Mr. 0. I), ltoyal and wife, who foro Peter. Ho also asserted com-- ! pleto demorallratloa and disarma- - have been visiting their sou at Louis- - j iiient and neutralization of canals and vllle, have returned homo. .traits were impossible. Russia's for- - Joll Woostor and wife, of Texas, Jolgn policy had not changed, the Min- - nre hero for a few days. rorJeB IOKPlni.r J n,oaiw of tac,. hesitation, iiindy, after some Albort Qulsenbcrry is able to be ,cs istcr continued, since tho first state-- ', TI(J OKn;lttiro Mas quick agreed to do so. enunciating tho principles of 'out again. mont to realize the need of remov- Du'-intho flight the aviator askno indemnities, no annexations and! Dock Miller, of this place, started ing present lestrictlons which prohibit St. I.ouls, re-- ( the absorbing of competing lines, nnd ed liov.- 00 was enjoying It. tho right of nations to to Arizona and reached "To tell the truth." answered the H Is Impossible to conceive of the pro- War Uy Nations. turning home Saturday. Scot, "I wad rather be on tho Is ill at 'this writ- - l)lp opposing the Idea, must understand that Mrs. Will Park "The people The amendment jassed by the Sen- - g'oun'." tho war Is being carried on not by lnB. "Tut. tut." replied the (lying ato-ZZSSrby nations." he has Governments, hut M, Lou Richards ninn. "I was just tniiiKing or looping added. ''As tho nations began the Aotnaville, v. hero he is teaching (l0 I0Uio The representatives of the loop." fighting, so they must end it. Rus- - school. both parties recognized that only by "For Heaven's sake don't dae s sia and Franco first held back the Mr. A. M. Howell, of this place, m,.an3 0f this amendment to the yelled the now very nervous M. H. & E., is mov-- j stitutlon could the state bo saved the that." so they continue." and jbreakman on tho some filler in my McTnvish. annoyance and expense of two tele- "Thero never has been more peace, jug to Enrllngton. Germany and Austria than ' Mr. Stcvou Hrown came home to Phono systems in the same community, vest pocket." talk in Some of the larger cities, particular-now," said tho Minister. "I am con-- 1 be at the election Tuesday. , What She'd MroKcn. '. Germany was Insincere In the & Co. are preparing fident L n"? ?lxUnS Reginald has become a stretcher-beare- r ton, "n reported recent offer for the freedom to buy tobacco and will handle It in plone Bystems worp an in the army pay corps and unneccWiRrT of Belgium, without the freedom of'ti,e old livery barn. : burden on the community and never before going away to take up his duAlsace-Lorrainnnd in the intima- Mr. A. B. Westerfield sold 22 head j granted to more thi'n one company a ties lie asked Angelina to marry him. tion that this would bo her last ofrer. '0f cuttle and 34 head of hogs to franchise for a. telephone system, with Angelina loved him. but as she hnd Sho will muko more. chas. Turner, of Owensboro. Cattle the result that every telephone user promised to marry a millionaire the j ,n acl1 o these cities is in direct "Germany is now concentrating 7 cents, hogs 15 cents. communication wlfh every other sub- - day before she was too noble to go her effoits to affect her enemies eco- - i back on her word nnd to Reginald scrlber. nomically. For Instance, her attack j I'm- a Weak Stomach, sho had perforce to say "No." on Klga was not strategical, but in As a general rule all you need ,0 Ul "I'm sorry, sorry," she sobbed. policy ot.,i s to adopt a diet suited to your npKSj nllmel.ous snlnn companies were pursuance of a "Kiss me once beforo we part, my htriking at our weakest point, hop-jug- c and occupation and to keep your organized. They did not connect, love." und sho Hung herself into his to ruin tho economic life of tho bowels tegular. When ou feel that ferent kinds of equipment were used arms. country. Too much importance must j0u have eaten too much and wh-and the standard of maintenance was "My own." she wailed. "Have I not be given to Italian take one of Chamber-- j not universal, which retarded the ' vancement of telephone development broken our heart?" m as this also is for more econom- - Iain's Tablets. dienlangled himself Reginald ' ' '" h'P'nB with other states more pro- ic effect." I gressive. ispariv everj- - community in with difficulty. speech was MISSOL'RIAN RAISKS M. Tcrpstclienko's Kcutucky lias, at some time in Its Iiim "No, Angelina." he said, "only my cheered throughout by the Conserv- - j OF CORY' tory exj,erioncP1i a telephone war that OSO.miO RL'SHKI-fountain lien." Loudon Answers. ' atives, but ho was heckled more than engendered hard feelings, as tech sido The! applauded by tho Bolslieviltl. jeKcrson City. .Mo., October 28. had its partisans, and the public has For Sale. American, Hritfsh and Italian Am- - w F. llankin, of Tat kio. raised GSO,- - been deprived of the convenience and One upright piano, mahogany case bassadors 'wore present when the, 000 bushels of coin on his farm thto economy that one telephone system Seo or write MISS WILLIE SMITH. affords. bpeech v.as delivered. year. Kt.lp Hotel, Hartford. The public Interest is thoroughly Commercial M. Terestclionko declared that tho crop of corn m This Is the largest under the offers for a separate peace and the raised in tho United States by a siu- - protected m.ittihiirint proposed conitlTries THchoTltiH- -. nu Yin imrnca iitffin.il in favor of them were Bl0 farmer, and; according to Jewell can ,)0 ,nad( wjthout j,,,, cns,,nt sentiment Netherlands, Sept. Wlnsterswyk. of strongest last May. when they were Mayes, secretary of the Stato Hoard .up city council. The passage of the 20 -- The record in escapes from war tallowed uy the ilusslan offensive, lot Agriculture, entitles llankin to tlio ; bill nrovldlnK for the constitutional captivity would seem to be held by "Thcre is a rumor that the Allies! title of "tho American king of corn amendment and the practically unani- a Russian prisoner of war. who has mous ote It received in the General crossed the frontier, near Wlnsterwished to leave Russia to her fate." farmers." passAssembly is evidence that it tho Foreign Minister continued, "but swyk. This is his twelfth attempt to ed in response to a widespread and I stato olilcially that It Is untrue." ?uts Wanted. escape. Three times ho lied in tho Cash paid for Hickory Nuts and popular demand for relief fiom pres- direction of Luxemburg, twice ho ent flephono conditions. PaducaU any quantity. Walnuts J'ubHc Sale. made for Switzerland, on several ociKy.) Eening Sun. THOMAS P.ROS.. my tesldcnco 1 Yi miles below O At casions he took tho roail to Poland Hartford, Ky. South Cnrrollton, on Gieon River, 3 17t2 nnd again to Denmark, but In every Our McUil Roads. miles fibovo Smallhous, on the 10th Olilo county has now eighteen case without success. This was the No Reason for Pride. day of November, 1017, I will offer of metal, or piked roads al- - first timo ho bad tried his luck in tho Tho largest surplus from postal r, for galo to tho highest and best direction of the Netherlands frontier, " "" """ "' "' ; revenues in the history of the tho following described prop'on three lines leading out from Hart and altor being two months and twenwas paid Into success crowned erty: One span of good mules, one ernmeat. ?0,000,000,bv the PostoIUCO ford. Thore aro nlno miles out tho ty days on the road tho trpflmirv tnilav brood mare, two young fillies, "1 Cromwell road, three miles on tho bis perseverance. Washington dispatch. Uorso, i milch cows, IC hoad ., ot' Department. 991UU Ui .i. aniv.u .e .,.,. Centoitown road nnd six miles 011 tho m. !.. i.ii.i ia ,.ww ...n....l.nvn ..n.l TT.wfnw (lw. Ctntn UIU l ll UlllUl T VX DATES. young cattlo, 4 cnlve.3, farming im.... -"- p.o pleannt to look upon. plements and household furniture, I, or 0110 of my deputies, will be at loa(1 Iaw tuo state for eery dollar Mr. Uurlcson In his determination Term made known on date of sale. tho following precincts to collect Tax V 'e u'lt-- wil1 to make a better financial showing I?t3p J. C. Hill. nff will imy an addlt lonnl rtollar. nn.l on dates below: his department than ub prodfr ,JU ""fovtunato for the com Oct. '() Horse Hruitcli. " cenora has demoraltad tho foMal!11 1L " 4ilitnv I .imiii;. litAfli Oct. 27 Eockport. ly lur waul, ui lucat iuau iumt n-'""'"(," SuniiydiUe, to, .l.i Oct. 2!l Heilin and Hells Run. have to forego thin state aid. If 25, Felix Brown. Tnoro ,m8 ,)0on JU) timo wIth,B;may Mufolil. Oct. :tt for metal load wo do not provide ura airtwon. zi. bunnyuaie. memory when tho postolllco bus been Oct. :tl Dundee. building wo shall still have to pay I. Leach. S. Central City, lo(fc() ,naracltnt ttna ,,uw. J. a your into the Stato Nov. 1 Wjsov nnd feral vo. anout VIUIo Ethol Hunter. 3."., Equality. Thoro ,M ,1C0U U(, u.ne when lt Nov. 2 Narrows. load fund without getting anything ueavor mm, 10 ,1M ,jpen g0 8horl.hmidod. Aionroo Leo. S. O. KKOWN, n return. Some means should bo Mm. Ida Maddox, 40, McIIenry. t There has been no time when tho a--tSheriff Ohio County. provided for continuing to take ad- patrons of tho postofiice have felt to vantage i:nt!i! unwell of Stato aid. 'little rollanco,,, upon Its accuralo audi The Iinpiesslon It Made. Mr. Vornun C.rowdor made a bust- o 01 uro minis. piompi iiuiiiuum Tho failure of tho Democratic canness trip to Huitford Saturday. Dry" Animals. "Mono Thoro has been no timo when Mr. Cariion Gary visited relatives In contrast to tho mole, which is didates to (llo their certificates of business men have suffered , so heavy .'perhaps ., and friumU in lleuvur Dam from ,, V tho most thirsty of animals. nomination to get on tho ballot hns losses CClluse 01 iiusiui uuiaj ami Friday to Sunday of last veek. there are some creatures which seem excited much comment, good temperI Mrs. Jim Fotguuou and Mrs. Joe errors. to bo almost Independent of water. ed, bad tempered, sensible The first duty of tho Postolllco De- Many of tho nntolopes can llvo for Wo Jocular and otherwise. Stewart spent last Monday at White partment Is service to the people, not periods without drinking. quote some first expressions boforo Run. Mr. Dur jlncredlblo pi out to tho government. in sonw tho pot began to bile: The eland, for Instance, Icion In in anxiety to savo monoy strange inunner, contrives to llvo for "U A leading Domocrallc lawyer: .; I'd to HorM) llraucli. 'bus mado a ghastly failure in the mouths together without drinking, was an unfortunate oversight; an InMrs. M. II. Duporl, of Floyd's Knot, .opeiaton of lis department for thi end even when the hcrbago Is bo dry excusable blunder." Ind., Is vihltlng fricnd3 hoio. ... BerY,C0 "I don't A Democratic candidate: Mrs. John Wilson Is visiting in ;uuuc thut It crumbles Into powder in the guest of her brother, Its good blnmo anybody but myself. 1 forgot I.ouisvillo, tho ''' almul Preserves Mn.i.n, "Your father didn't take Is found to it." Mr. Oscar Daniel and wife. his cold bath this morning, did he?" Uondltlon and. moreover. An onthuslastlo lady Domocrat: open- - . Mrs. lluv. lloyd Is not quite as wlllcr " "s "oniacu Johnny "Nope. I heard him uick-,C'i"If the Democratic candidates did not well, as .sliu has boon. any hoticJ- ing bocause there wasn't Aiioiuer auieiopo, 1110 gcmsooK, is know how to get on tho ballots thoy Jlov. Walter (Jrcop filled his fath-or'- a water." of water, und would not know how to fill tho offices nearly Independent apiudiituieut hero at the Chrisand attains wonderful con- if they hud them." Sunday. thrives tian ciiuruh Saturday und Another Democrat said: "I wasn't On Sunday evening he delivered a dition in tho most barren regions. It most surely was intended by nature going to tho election anyway, so It an interested patriotic set moil to I to adorn tho parched and arid desorts dooiu't make any difference to mo." For Infants and Children official: "It Is An 'of South Africa, its native land. Tho place Is giving Tho school at IhU Bn Use For Over Years succulent plants which grow in theso Juiit a case of our follows falling to good satisfaction; much credit to the ma desert regions supply it nith tho lit- - perform u duty tho law required of Alwayj bears U'MCltHni, ih .y thom.aiul thero is no excuso for try-Tho now por.t ollke titthii place is s:,naKle 0f Ztjfoi i"' UHMr u require. to lay thu bluoio on the Repub- Ti:j ibex is capable of abitalitluy vol) Hr.lileJ suJ heated, aad Mr.' to-da- y le ii. nl rub-stantl- 0.7-Russ- ia ' from water for considerable time, which makes it extremely difficult to VOTE FOR THE hunt tho Ibex successfully, ns It will penetrate Into the most barren reCONSOLIDATION OF gions, where man dara not follow lest he die of thirst. Like many of the antelopes, the DUAL PHONE SYSTEMS plchlciago armadillo appears to be ablo to llvo for mouths together The oters of this county, In com- without needing to drink ,nnd one in mon with voters all over the state, captivity lias been known to refuse will find on their ballots at the com-In- g .water for a period of three months November election, the line for without tho least signs of barm to Its ratification of the constitutional general health. amendment passed by the Inst legisThe porcupine, too, Is nblo to do lature, providing that telephone lines without water for so long t'imo Hint In Kentucky may absorb other telephone lines, for the purpose of elimi- It is said it docs not require tho presnating the double system of phones ence of water at nil; being able to wherever It Is deemed advisable. First, quench its thirst by eating tbn sucpublic endorsement of the amendment culent roots and plants which It digs haa come from the Finnkfort Chamber out of tho ground. of Commerce, nnd similar commercial Tho sloth, which lives nlways lu bodies all over the state are tnl.lriK up the trees and never comes to the the matter In the hope of securing a big affirmative vote. There is so ground except by accident, nppenix little argument to be piesenteii against to stand In no need of water, but Is ratification of the amendment that satisfied to quench its thirst with tho such efforts are being made for fear moisture which clings to the herbage that the voters may neglect to toto on which it feeds. George A. Russ, on it, rather than for fear of any in Our Dumb Animals. opposition. The dual system of telephones is not feasible. It Is AVhy Ho was Appiehensivo. expensive and annoying and absoluteSandy McTnvish was a highly-skille- d ly destructive to the prober function woruimau lu an aircraft facing of the long distance system. It tory. forces business houses to keep two Therefore, it happened one day telephone rents going, and puts people who have only dip one line out of that SanJy was inked If ho would IN ,0,uch wi,h tllofp ull "ave the other, n.ie 10 nccompanv the works nvlnto on one of his trial flights in n 11 00 lousing Union Soils I ffjTSu' S Iji j Con-foe- "Io TIt-Illt- s. ' Ross-Vaug- I il',- give you the most for your money any way you figure it. ii yuu occi tilt--- iiiiicsi ijuciiiLy 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. e, ' - j far-sight- StSn,! Carson & Go (Incorporated.) dif-In- g 's ad-fea- t, , S Prompt Answers the duty of the telephone operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the party called. If is ' T .' , i v.--a If the called party is slow to answer the operator is as helpless as you arc. Most of what .you might think is "slow ser.vicc" is caused by the subscribers M bid-do- gov-,'1-- "- ." not answering promptly. answer-in- g ... v .- You can help the service by your telephone promptly. Wlwi you Telephone Sr,:ilc road-biilld-f- ' V- -f 1 ; $:!.-r0- u. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorpomtcd J. lll'NTKKMATTIIKWS, MANAOKIt, HARTFORD, llcans. They did Just what we would huvu done under tho sumo circumKV. ... stances." "Whnt Is goA wag commented: ing to becomo of us fioaters?" General sympathy was expressed for tho Democratic candidates, most of whom were farmers, utid not supposed to know tho law, but llttlo apology was mnde for tho Democratic leaders and attornoys upon whom tho candidates relied for counsel. m Hee-Ha- Ono Chance. Tho Olrl "My father died nnd loft mo llttlo or nothing. What shall I do?" The Friend Maid I In a musical comedy." "You might wear It . now have I wouder If hear that thoy !''"' ; a woman's dictionary. It differs much from others. Tho Unite It probably has moro words In lt. Cartoons Mncazlno. 4 -r al Ho loved mo when I lorod him not And now my heart Is sore, Tor I lovo him und he's forgot To lovo mo any moro! r 1 CASJORIA 30 Jano Rurr. What Ho Took. Lawyer (to witness at a blind pig trial) "Did you tako cognlzaucO'Of tho man who sold him tho liquor?" Witness "I took( tho same as tho Lnnrt For Hale. 30 2- acros in bottom, 1 mllo from Hartford an Hartford and Goshen road. As I havo loft the county will sell for what I paid for It. $22.50 ner At tho price of corn, ono crop jUcro. ought to pay for this land. i J. . I). HAUGH. ''. w rost." -- Call on Tho HepuMlrau (Job PrlntiuK. I , j HC Kast Main St.. Louisville, Ky. for Pino 1. i T W