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S.-JAP1- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1917. GENERALS WHO ARE MAKING THINGS HUM AT THE FRONT PLANS NLCIU) K.MIMKi: AITMIt WAIt IS OVLIt tlylan decided to Bttldy law. As a preliminary, liu attended a business OLD college and then entered tho New , York Law School, studying dajs and TUESDAY! working a "run on tho elevated road ut night. He was discharged by tho lnilroad company when an Inspector found li t in studying in Ills OVLV THREE CONTESTS MADE IN call. Ho vas admitted to the liar in ELECTION HY COl'NTV 1 SOT and begun practice in Iirook- DEMOCRATS. lyn. II Ian was appointed a city inngls- . j trato liy Mayor McClollan In lOOfi 'lh ""Polntd a County Judge G. 0. P. GAINS GENERAL "" or Kings county hy Cov. Glenn late ,ln 1913. The following year ho wan Inri-ciuStrength elected to tho same office hy u plural- In Republican flood ity of 27.000, running as a DemoJ Slum it lioulsvillo Ones To era I. Republicans. --- IN LAI f &' A , i I - IMC WAGE Reports from the various counties and dtlcs or tho country where elecLexington. Ky., Nov. fi. Inciuascs Indicate tions were held Tuesday averaging $1.40 a day have been electlmt had It horn a Presidential granted to employes in Kentucky nnd tion j ear the Republicans would have or tho Consolidated wept tho rountry with majorities W.t Virginia never before given In the country's Coal Company, the largest employer of tnino labor In the two States, achlstoiy today. The total vote In Kentucky Is not cording to an announcement Tho Increase is effective from Noyut available, but tho Republicans 1, and is to obtain during tin; lrive pimply overwhelmed the Dem- vember period of the war, unless peace ha3 ocrats in the city and county electwo years from tions. Daviess county, that never not been declared county next April, In which event a new 1ofore elected a Republican Manv will he necessary. f11ci.il. elected a Republican Sheriff schedule thousand of men are affected. by more than S00 majority, and a Tho Consolidated Coal Company Republican County Judge by 300 maoperates scores of mines In Kentucky In Louisville Welssinger jority. over a Smith, a Republican, defeated Crn-na- nnd West Virginia, ami has million acres of land under lease. All th Democratic candidate for Mayor, by nearly three thousand, car- money accruing from flues under tho go to the Red rying th entire city ticket to vic- Gnrfiold system will Cross, it was announced. county, tory with him Jefferson which includes the city or Louisville, also went Republican, electing the IN A. d SUFFRAGIST entlro county ticket. Sueli Domocratlc counties as Daviess, Jefferson. McCrncken, CalloG ROLL way Bnd dozens of other counties olllclals. Hun-cocelected Republican llreekonrldge nnd Grayson counties gave Republican majorities miss amci: ivii'ii refuses HAT UNLESS BETTER FOOD ranging from f00 to 1,000. MeasurCIVKN MILITANTS. ed by tho result olsewhero through.-.ou- t tho State tho presumption Is that had the Democratic ticket gono on the ballot in Ohio county, and tho lio Washington, Ilr3t Nov. Republican taken an Interest in th hunger strike In the American agitarace the county would have given the women is under "Republican ticket more than 1,000 tion for votes for way. majority. Allco l'aul, national chairman of K.iftt and north tho same storv tho Woman's Party, now doing a sev.conic of unbroken Republican ma- en months' sentence in jail here for jorities of overwhelming significance. picketing the Whlto House, Is This lesult Is only tho handwriting rtrlkee, and tonight sho had been the in wall of what will happen In iu the yea.-- . the Jail hospital without food for tho the Congressional elections next pieeeding twenty-fou- r hours, stolid-in Ohio- - county At tha election threatening to starve hertelf to Tuesday the Democrats voted only unless her six compatriots for Superintendent? Sheriff and Coun- death rerving time for the same offense, get majority over ty Clerk. Howard's Letter food. Shultt. was 135, Brntchor's majority So far the jail officials are taking over Dennett 531, nnd Blnnkenshlp's majority over Robertson was 48fi. the strlko calmly and waiting for Mis Paul to get hungry enough to Tho remainder of tho Republican cat Forcible feeding has not been was elected without opposticket discussed as yot. Hut inasmuch as ition Miss Paul made somewhat of a recThe ofliclal count will be made toas u hungry striker day, and we shall publish thu result ord for herself In nn Kugllsh Jail soveral years ago by products next week. vhllo inllltantlng with Mrs. Pank-hurs- t, t headquarters of tho woman HARTFORD AND OWHNSBORO party Is quite confident that she will ROAD TO KAIL UNLESS RIGHT give the prison ofllclals n surprise If OK WAY IS GIVEN AT UNCI! they expect her to yiold quickly. Mis-- , Paul HIiuuci Food. At lh Fiscal Court session today, Miss Paul, a slight, little woman, It was decided that unless tho HttK weighing about ninety pounds and strips of right of way, including tho of doltcuto constitution, was taken to necessary borrow pits, woro imme- tho hospital last night, hecnusu sho diately givcu over to tho county au- wis ill. Miss Paul said she was thorities, bo that work may bo re- 111 because of bad food, bnd air and sumed on the road by next Monday no r;;eiclso. Woman's party ofllcluls morning, attention would bo turned bay (lie other militants have been y at onee to hoiur other getting a course diet principally of people really salt t'crk and eabbuge at tho rate of sat road where tho willing to give want a road nnd are eighteen times In thirteen days. This When Miss Paul was taken to the all the rlcht of way needed. actio was taken bocaiuu of the at- hosplial sho was offered a diet Intitude of the State Road Dopajtmeut, cluding milk and eggs and without which toqulres that questions of right the Milt pork and cabbage, but sho of way ! settled before the work announced sho would have none of It starts. unless her sisters got tho same. ' Tonight, Dr. Cora Smith King, Miss l'aul'ri physician, who was permitted JOHN K. IIYIiAN. to attend her, Issued a bulletin saying Miss Paul wus much thinner than New York, Nov. (i. Mayor-eleHylati began his career In Now York when she entered tho jail, October as a tracklayer on tho old Kings 2J, war refusing food, and would not county olevnted railroad ut ft wago of touch u morsel until she and her Sl.50 a day. When thu road was companions woro accorded the sumo cowploted he was given a Job as treatment aB seventeen murdorern steam who have tho privilege of special I'.roman of ono of Rh little locomotives which drew tho trains in food, air, cxorclso and tho newspathe pioneer days of elovatod rallroad3 pers. Opposed "Jo Slow Starvation. hero. He later was pro'.iotod to en"If w ure to bo starved, I prefer gineer and Is credited with having taken out tho first trnlr. on tho day to bo starved at onco," was the mes-sag- o Miss Paul sent out to the workeof tho great blizzard In 1388. A fow "Theru Is no use giving us speho married tho girl to r-'. weeks Inter whom ho hnd become- engaged whllo cial food today and not btlll working on his fathor'b farm (Imply to keep us alive us long us j'OMilblo," uear Hunter, Greeuo county. Alike, the militants have auounced Suoh after bis marriage young n, rock-ribbeSELF-STARVINk. INCREASES GRANTED TO MINERS Spilngfleld, III., Nov 3. After IMPORTANT PACT tho war Rev. C. V. Clicehzzle, Abyr-slnla- n priest, lecturor and preacher for the negroes of America and tha world, would form a nation for ne- TO HAVE WIDE KKKHFT 1. FAR, groes In Africa. EAST AND WAR WITH In a sermon nt tho St. John's AfCKRMA.W. rican Methodist Episcopal Church here, he told the congregation, "Tho doctrine nftor this war will bo the men of color shall be drawn out of CHINA IS CARED FOR every nation and found un empire of their own In Africa. "A million men," ho said, "from Agreement cm Open Door Policy An Africa and other countries belonging Well us Military and Naval Co- to the black race have volunteered Operation. tboir services already in this world war against autocracy and greed." Federal Troopn Defeated. Nov. C. In a fight between Mexican troops from tho OJlnaga garrison and Villa follow-nr- s yesterday near Darancas.'opposltc Indo, Texas, tho Federal troops were driven across defeated and thirty-fiv- e the American border, according to a The report received here horses, Villa men captured sixty-fiv- e a quantity of guns and ammunition. Washington, Nov. .6. Formal any nouncement of tho agreement between the United States and Japan In regard to China was greeted In diplomatic and official circles as one of the momentous events of tho war period. Its effect Is expected to bo both upon future developments In the Far East and upon the prosecution of the war against Germany. , In addition to the notes exchanged between Secretary Lansing and Viscount Ishli, the Special Japanese Ambassador, recording an agreement recognizing Japan's special Interest in China guaranteeing the Independence and territorial integrity of China and reaffirming the "open door" policy, it is announced that a satisfactory understanding has been reached as to military, naval and economic to-da- Preside, Texas, o Lunacy Trial. T. C. Snell, a young farmer of Williams Mines, was brought to Hartford Wednesday, and In a trial in Judge Wilson's court was adjudged a lunatic, and ordered sent to the Mr. Snell Asylum at Hopkinsvllle. suffered a stroke on his head several years ago, and his present mental condition is due to that accident. VILLA MEN KILL to PITTSBURGH DISPATCrL they ,'vlll not resume picketing the White House until Congress reconvenes :n December they consider that a hunger strlko is a sufficient climax for flit present at least, to their efforts to Induco President Wilson to nniloisi woman suffrage by constitutional amendment. TIIK TIU'TH OK HISTORY. fJ 125 PASSENGERS RAIDERS TRAI-- 1 Inter-count- ct Tho Democratic candidates failed to lllo with the County Court Clerk their certificates of nomination as b required by law October the 20th. Two dns later they went before Judge Slack at Owensboro, and prayed for a mandatory Injunction to compel tho Clerk to place their l". S. PATROL BOAT SUNK; 21 AMERICANS M1SSINO na,nics upon the ballot. Judgo Slack ruled that Blankenship had properly Washington, Nov. C. Tho Ameri- performed his legal duty in declining can patrol boat Alcedo was torpedo- to place tho names of tho DemocratTho ed and sunk by a Herman submarine ic candidates on the ballot. early Monday morn- Democrats went Immediately to tho in tho ing, and one officer nnd twenty en- Court of Appeals and asked for a redecision. listed men aro missing. Tho Alce- versal of Judgo Slack's do, a converted yacht, carried a crew That Court held that the cause as presented to, and determined by or seven olllcers and elghty-flv- e Judge Slack was not appealable. The men. Tho Navy. Department announced Democrats then, taking advantage In this state- of Judgo Slack's absence from his tho disaster district, went before Judge Rhea, of ment: "Tho Navy Department has been tho Russellvlllo district, asking for advised by VIco Admiral Sims that an order similar to the one already at 1:30 a. m November G, the Amer- denied by Judgo Slack. Barkis was ican patrol boat Alcedo. a converted willing and tho order was granted. jncht, was torpedoed and sunk by a Then the Republicans went to tho Herman submarlno In tho war zone. Court of Appeals for lellef from the Ono officer and twenty men nro miss Bnrkls ordor, which was immcdlate- lng. Tho ship sank In four minutes ly granted, tho Court again holding after being struck. Several vessels that tho law requiring candidates to were searching for possible survlvor3 file their certificates of nomination at tho time the roport was mado. Tho fifteen days before the date of and that carried a crew of sevon oftl- - election was mandatory, men." vfBlankenshlp had no legal right to cers and eighty-fiv- e place the names of the Democratic mm j candidates on tho ballot. "1IALK NUMBERS" KOK THOSE WHO FAILED TO ItEClSTEIt MRS. JOSEPHINE TAHK. 4. Per Washington, Novcmbor sons who have been convicted of Mrs. Josephine Park died at her failure to register undor the selective. homo here on last Sunduy at 3: 30 p. draft will Immediately bo examined m. , as n result of uremic poison com for servlco by tho. local boards. Pro bined with hypostatic pneumonia. Crowder to- Mrs. Park was noted for her amicavost Marshal General day Issued u modification of the reg- ble disposition and christian characulations Imposing this practice. ter. Deceased, whose maldennamo It will obviate tho necessity of as- was Crnlg, was born lr Grayson counsigning serial numbers to those per- ty 74 years, 7 months and 15 days sons and certifying them to tho ad- prior to her death. She murrlcd Injutant general of tho State. James A. Park at an early age, to stead, such persons will bo given a which union 14 children were born, "half number," which will nssura cloven of whom nro living: John II., Joe B Herbert A., Sherman A W, their Immediate exumiuntlon, W Clinton T. and H. Y. Park, sovon sons and the following daughters, MAHIHACE LICENSE. Mrs. Florence Allen, Mrs. Katlo ParAndrew Bates, 22, Iialzotpwn, to is, Miss Emma Park and Mrs. J. I). Tap pan. Josle Stewart, 18, Whlto Hun. Decedent was, and hnd been, for Wayne Tinsley, 19, Simmons, to Mary C. Hunter, 20", McIIenry. oiis n member of tho M. E. church. l'ress Wilson, 70, Olaton, to Vic- Funeral services conducted by Rev. Harper, usslsted hy Rev. A D. Litchtoria Basham, 71, Koslue. Claude Hurt, 19, Olaton, to Lefllo field, took place nt tho Bculah church, Beda, after which her reWhite, 19, Olaton. Calvin Stovons, 2C, Oluton, to Cllf-fi- o mains were consigned to ret In the burial grounds at that place. Brown, 28, Horse Brunch. wui-'zon- 1TRE VOLLEYS INTO plements .. It. TUEN HOB ALL ON ( Line Action. j BOARD. In differentiating between tho Monroe Doctrine and oflicjnls said was Juarez. Mex., Nov. 6. With blood- distinctly a normal the former while policy, floors, shattered windows and stained the latter was altruistic and Internacoaches crowded with frightened tional. men, women and children Mexican No intimation was given as to who were shivering, half naked in "speseats; the Mexican what should be considered tho the bullet broken cial Interests" of Japan, but tha Centrnl passenger train arrived here comparison was drawn with tho poand twenty-fiv- o Ono hundred sition of tho United States as regards soldiers nnd passengers were killlexlco. ed on the train. Tho texts of the notes has been The peon passengers were still so communicated to China through tho frightened they could only badly Chlucso embassy, but It was stated tell disconnected stories of what octhat no statement wil) be made her.? curred Sunday morning on tho desert regarding China's position until some fifty miles south of Chlhuuhua City. has been received from Peking. two cars of the word Tho locomotlvo and The complete accord reached betrain were completely wrecked by the tween the United States and Japan, dynamite which had been placed on it was authoritatively explained, does tho track. The sixty train guards mean that an offensive and de garrison at Torre-o- n not from tho Federal ionsdvo alliance has been created bewcro either killed during tho attween the two countries such as tack or executed soon after. Every between Japan and Great Britain, ono on the train was robbed nnd although both nntions do pledge disrobe, even tho clothing mado to themselves to a dellnito line of ae- of tho women and children having Uion. been taken hy the Villa followers for Equal Opportunity. their camp followers. Emphasis was laid in official disBullion Missing. Silver ruptions on tho last paragraph of the The messenger for a largo Ameri- agreement. This is the declaration company In Mexico Is missing and can that both countries nro opposed to the $100,000 worth of silver bullion 'tin- acquisition by any government of which he was bringing to tho border any special rights or privileges that The express mesIs also missing. affect the Independence or senger was killed us was tho tialn Iterltorial integrity of China, or that conductor and othor railroad em- Ivr.uld dony the subjects or citizen:) . ployes, the engine crew losing their I of rny country the full enjoyment of lives wheu the engine, was blown I equal opportunity In tho commerce up. or Industry of China. Villa's men fired volley after vol- I This, it was explained, was preley Into the train, killing many cisely tho same as the altrustlc guards nnd passengers. They then and both Japan and . went thru tho conches robbing pasthe United States by this declaration sengers, killing many of the men and to see that China ordering others outside the train ror bound themselves obtained a square deal not only at execution. the hands of other nations .but from The passengers were then ordered ' tliftiiisnlvPH lift wnll. to disrobe and when two women refused they were- shot and seriously ANCIENT EAR OK CORN. wounded. All were loft on the dos-e- rt overnight,' without clothing. . Mr. V. R. Johnson, of this place, No Americans On Truln. There wero no Americans on the brought us In a portion of an ear of train. A Gorman boy who was com- rod corn that is 39 years old. In the ing to the border was robbed of ev- spring of 1878 his father, Mr. Natherything ho owned nnd reached hero an Johnson, planted his' corn, and barefooted, wearing a pair of rag- j Just after gathering It in the full he ged overalls and a high Mexican hat. died. Out of this corn ho hod selected and put nway u red ear for the folOno Mexican family, from Miction-caUpon ttm Including a husband, wife ami lowing spring planting. two small children had to beg cloth old gentleman's death the good wife (put the red ear away as 11 treasure. ing in Chihuahua City. The passengers agreed that Julio .Upon her death her daughter, Mr J. Ancostn and Martin Lopez command- Belle Forrest, Coral Mil, claimed tho There were relic, and now tins the remaining half ed tho Villa followers. 4S0 In the Villa command uvd they of the read ear of com at her homo. left for the mountain, alter robbing Tho other half can bo ecou at tho Tlmoa office. Glasgow 'fimoi. thu train. l ex-Ist- K I I n, Informally It is explained that thU agreement Is in no sense an application of the Monroe Doctrine to tho Orient, but instead is rather an apdocplication of the trine of "hands off." It does not "open door" niter the agreement In any way, though it supRoot-Takahi- ra ite I - M bery of tho $10,000 In postage slnmps buy goods and services for Itself and ni CUIMO' RITAOn nnd scvcrnl hundred dollars In montlm allies to an amount approxlmat - I ULLf IllU llLUUllU SAVINGS TO ey. ing $20,000,000,000 a year, thoro can RIVAL TO JAMES' He was tried on the charge at the bo no Idleness. Thcro can only Ic session of tho United States District STAGGER WORLD the most cxtrcmo activity In nearly Court In Soptonibor, at Oreenvllle, all lines of Industry. "I doubt very much and I ex O.VK OK IIAKVKV LOGAN (JANtJ Totin., when he repudiated his nlleg-o- il rnnfpsslnn. rlnltnlnr It was fnrcad press this only as a personal view irNIHIK MUU1.KK AMI HOB- from him by tho Sheriff In Montana, LOAN TKACIIKH KGONOMV tI,at t10 Government will bo able to WAR IlKKV CIIAUGKS. nml Fnilnr.il fSnvnrniimnt bnlncr till- - VV Not AMI MOW TO INVKST SAYS spend tho total appropriated. ablo to rebut his claim, at tlmt time, VANDKIllill. may not bo needed In the. hecauso It ho was acquitted by the Jury, there promotion of tho war, but because It. Knoxvllle, Tenn., Nor. ... Ulva! bolng no other evidence of his rob- will be Impossible- - to produco the ,1ns the exploits of Jesse James were .,,,,. ,IC Jo,...goI. clty p08l offlc0f cx. ARE SAVING goods. PEOPLE tunning experiences ana nuvcii- .,,,, confeM,on. , ,,, ro ,,,res of lovl8' "aa " ter While In Jail in Greenville a small necessity that people analyze their exUnl,er I,ettn- - who 1,aa , boy In tho cell showed Blevins a saw. pendltures, nnd buy nothing but c,,rtls' nlln" 100,000 , Just boon taken from thta clly to An - IJlcvn8 ,,,, t,,n ,,oy Bond Buyers Inrrca.so MW what Is needful; not so much that officer ,, , To 1,000,000 llurliiR Kirj-- t Sale, Wlg culllg may save money to lend to the ncontln. Mont., by Montana they .. . FflimlQ Hmi niMiira frmil niiinjl " ,...,. v.., ...... S,OW0(j i Now Many More. "" g0me better ones which Government, as that they must save . "" 'i i i(" n i ninindaiuv iuu m .lm .bail In lis belt. lie toil lie noy manpower from doing unnecessary i.fii' ' of the Governor of at the request tlm. ,f whcn ,0 g()t out 10 W0llll, work. (By Milton Brenner.) Blovius wllljio placed on RC. Bjmo llltrog,ycor,nP nniI s,,1Bg tfl is not going to bring stag- Montana. "All this "Washington, Nov. H. The United at Anaconda, charged with inur - i,, ,It0 hm ,.0 wo..,(, pa). (ho ,)0J. $r, nation to business. The Govern- trial States is beroinlng a nation of bond ment's nctlvltles. tho complote labor der and highway robbery, and Mon and would use the explosive to kilt Vj . .... . . ni... H....ili. it twn I.llmrlv sen the guard and nlso blow up part of employment, high wages, commercial tana officers here assert that his Loans, which have made as an outlaw will end j(h0 In.g()n so (,1(U otllcr irteoncH activity. Business will be greater sational career familiar wltii bonds and what they I. ........ 1. ...... 1...4 I ...Ml lm puiin;- on the gallows at Anaconda. colll(1 0RCape. The boy was scared llvl1 U11.I Illilllu. UUL Ik iiii wu Lminn..I.....X ...... - lw ffillnu'ml Blevins belongs to tho famous Har- - and "squealed" to 1'ederal officers. Maun ..... Ii nm.lnfii In ,whnt (llfferent ,,, character, 1 kvrA t Int- ntnn nnstfftiuy mucii MiiyuiK oi " " '" " I "a" u""" """" The maker of unnecessary lux- - ,l of our plain American people, who nrlno t,inv nnffnr fnr llm tlliin linlnr- - tor now in possession oi united An Old Man's Stomach. formerly left these issues to be tal:-- J stiltps Attorney W T. Kennedy, of As wo grow older and less active, but he, and all of us. must recognize Knoxvllle. said to havo been written lefs and less food Is required to 1& tn up by banks and capitalists. that wo can not go on producing all by Blevins. He was as clever as the moft the demands of our bodies, if rH "A bond in every home is not O. "iJ'Mflr necessary and unnecessaA'dJI' .V- SK of the the things, development Impossible. by the fact; t0() ry, that we have been producing, and burglar Baffles, as shown mncl g hnblt,in. tnken t!lP . once, while officers had an eye stomarh will rebel. When n man American future. in addition produco $20,000,000,000 thati.i... i. . t ii ...i.v .......i No American is a belter authority ' 'readier, tho advanced age or hf or worth of other things for the Govern- - ' , , on 'his subject than Frank A. to cicau ins pipe ami pened the lock wm meat. president of tho National Ci y "The wnr is going to reveal our f- ou his manacles. Und ,; L'anit, New York tho biggest bank were small inancial resources in such proportion his back fn America, and one of the live and he also had tools to cut prison inon iliiin von should and will feel that their extent will astound the ', ho,.. in tho world. Numerous In his , A REAL PLAYGROUND clinmborlalnv Tablets world. It Is going to extend a knowl- - bars iminiAii bolt niilKnii Imrntimes nn .. urn linn """-- " tlmt Bonds Heady Soon. " ""to coirect tho disorder. " "'" Theso tab- edge of Investments to millions of ""B anderlip is now a volunteer work- nnnnln ivlin iinvor linfnrn s.iw n so- - uarrier to ins niieny. ,e,s contall, pepsin, but iwnvevii .Nun uiiu.in-- i nun iii- lite UCtlllllllll "ll 'F nnoui uir i.un i er In the United States Treasury De- curlty. It will start habits of thrift Jiavcnt i.eaineii nan, .i rial plavground. sumnier or winter -- a playground ff Isfiensthcn the stomach and enable sacola Is Hint 11 partment at Washington. His pa- which should take deep root in our investigation dj secret &ericc ., . .,rform lt8 fnctious natural- - northern folks finm Noveinber to May. and for Southern during tho sum- rotic Job is to sell $2,000,000,000 national character, and will produce mcn I,ostnlco Inspectors and other , T,iey a,g0 cauge a gcntiL. move- - mer mouths. You cant ask for much more of placid nature than has been wo.'lli of war saving certificates, a profound effect upon our national e,,ersU mccr nt MvlHo Mas il- l- ment 0J. 10 ,)0Wds m ended on the gulf littorul between New Orleans nnd Pensncola. Thoro which will bo ready perhaps In Deare pine woods, forests of live oaks, all moss hung and mysterious, long lives long after the war Is victorious- closed deeds and crimes attributed cember. ,to Blevins which aro unparalleled In,. I.NTUtNKIl GKKMANS stretches of winding, t'haded roads, woodland paths, quaint southern ham-lot- s ly ended. In an interview today Mr. Vau-lerlthe most popular "Diamond Dick" and modern resorts teeming with gnity and active life; lovely retre.V WHO KSCAPHII CAUGHT ' And ynt, said: nnd "Nick Carter" stories. where you can swing lit a hammock nil day and drowso In tho narcotic air. Certain Cure For Croup. say, they have not learned half "The great success of tho second g And there Is the sparkling water, the beach, the surf, boating, Now Haven, Gonn., November 4. Mrs. Itose Middlcton, of Green- they Ho Cbv- -' offering of tho Liberty Loan bonds ville, III., his career as a desperado. and everything that calls from the salt waterside. Stiven German sailors, irMd to have has had experience in the has in it a deep 'Igniflcanco in regarl treatment of this disease. She say3, ered up many of his crimes with ex- -' .been part of the crows of the V.ite Going south on tho Louisville & Nashville Hailroad, after you leave .Mcunning. to the future of the investment busi'iai.d and otlic inta'iied Genual obile, it Is, impossible to escape tho Infection of Joyour living, oven If you "When my children wore small my traordinary ness in tho United States. Gold nuggcls were stolen in Alassti iiinslilps and who escaped frin wanted to do that. At eery stop throngs of people aro going and coming son had croup frequently. Chamber- "The education which these Liber Inln'a f'miuli T?nmnlv nlvnva lirnlfn ka by Ulevlns, and on this charges New York and Jersey tv piers soiiu-- , youth and age alike, getting on or off the trains. laughter and breezy, r..v..v . Ull. iui.r.. t.. ty Loan campaigns aro giving tho vi..si.i. time ago, were arretted at Nor it s'.utiny, fragrant air gicet you. It Is moreover a place of sane, natural outui uu.iuuu, ltn1. up these attacks immediately, and ami people of this country in regard to 1 was never without it in the house I1U v,l M'lllt:iiui.'il n iiiu i furnii icn- ,1'aven last iilsht by loc.il anthorltici. door lovs In rurrouudiugs of homely comfort or of luxurious ease, whichever by itentiary at Fort Leavenworth investment securities and tho expe- I you preler. It is a locality of ancient and honornblo traditions and the nahave taken it myself for coughs and in Alaska. rience which the people aro gaintives aro descended from holders of tho soil since the first days of tho white m tho Territorial Court colds with good results." 'VIO't.KNT (ll'THHKAK IN ing will, I believe, havo a profound He was released from Leavenworth (iKHMANS settler. Tliey make you welcome with a stately, southern hospitality, and mt.VlL AtJAIXST effect in tho future upon the market UIMUIA.V IMtOI'AGANDISTS Prison on October 15, 1910. He' havo put at jour disposal the beht their homo land affords. Every resort for securities other than Government then went to Chattanooga and work-- I ancestral oaks and :t. Ill'SY IX .MKXICO Alti: Popular and every old plantation homo is shaded by age-ol- d Bio Janeiro. Nov. offerings. ed for two or three weeks as a struc- manifestations against German busi- - grown over with trailing vines, roses and perennials; and they nil look out tii,vt utm.i wnrUnr nn tlin Vnliintpp.r "When tho first Liberty Loan camJuarez, Mexico, November 1. Pro a over the gulf waters, at tho dancing waves, tho bcuddlng sails, the beach eMI hmIses ln th,s city Ho quit tlint paign was being organized some figneutrality for State Life IlulliUnc. paganda favoring Tho dam iiiul tho. biirf. , If.. you can't find happiness. Idown thcro In the. golden sun-, violent character ., .., .. ,. , . .. . job about tbe nifdillo of November, 11.. ures were collected from the great .1. . .. .. niMiuir Ttii. riiiiTiiniHH iiikiirmiinu nun .riiiniriiiiiiu m4 .1. i.iiii .iiitivitiiiiiti n" I....jn.uu..,.v Mexico in the European war is being 1 f 1 fi w" . out g .... - "K1' was ucavy. ....bouses, with a view of r nri iiiJitviw j i "'" vfcttrwl hie lnr(lit: wlin. . .ui.usi-.- i I v..l ..nllt... ,.!..' l .... .,,...!. I.. '"" ...I.i.k-- . vw."u "., fl...l .".. - Iitt.n...t.....l i4.u.... u pu"'" " !... '.... circulated by Germans in Mexico City Curlty - """ uvea nuoui icn nines nuotc breaks also are reported from ascertaining how many people In the g City, In orler to it is raid, Th(, gtan, (,0. you'll have only your trouble for your pains. No choker hjioI oxihts and 1au,() and Chihuahua City. United Statos were in the habit of tllA rfMlfrn, nniiwnv greater comfort Is not to bo found. The winter cllmato Is Ideal, not tm- counteract the efforts of Gen. Pablo Johnson ... mmitlta li r.iiiltliiuwl ..w T " The conclus- f!mi7rilnc mill nllinrn investing in securities. r ui i u iiiuii ins ni.' iiiuiuiiLu in ....u mucins. inmNn iui auu b"K"i ' in hnvn "fnvlrn ""i .i ii."ui-i.h". During that of Brazil have been doubled. All "le upper East Tennessee ion was reached that all the names on declare in favor of the entente allies olilcors have been recalled to their City the books of all the important bond against' Germany. time the postofllce at Johnson Touring along the Gulf Coast Is one of the ways travelers tako to find furloughs suspended was entered, the vault therein, as garrisons 'and houses did not aggregate much if ,,lu,r own .'""Mculur choice and for this purpohe the train service of tho Copies of El Democrata of" Mexico A spy. whoso nationality is not pub-- l inside the any more than 3,000 persons. Subwell as tho large & Nushvllle Railroad Is convenient. You can stoji everywhere, City and El Heraldo del Norte of In Kin vault, wero blown open with nitro- liclv known ' has been arrested scribers to the first Liberty Loan ilt Mobile, and stay a few hours, a few days or as long as you Chihuahua City received here conJaneiro ' glycerine and nearly $10,000 worth numbered 4.000,000. A vast numw,bl'' U ls a f8clnatiiig vagabondage that will bring you eventually to tho tain long comments on Gen. FranIn response to the demand for r- of postage stamps and several hunber of additional subscribers to the your ultimate desire. You can, also, If you cliooso, ship your motor-thcisco Murgula's recent declarations prisals against German aggressions '''"c' of A dred dollars in money stolen. second loan will learn for tho first in favor of btrict neutrality and alrepublic has sent car to Mobl, aml Go In for regular touring nlong tho gulf tiio roads am President of tho time thereafter the postofllce time what a bond looks like, and will so warnings History lends Itu "100,000 men would short message contain- - u" B"lul aIl(1 tllt' Cl,l,,lty iM fascinating In the extreme. jet their first lesson In the acquisi have to bo that to Europe should nt Plm-i- PlnlQ wfi: hriilcrii luln. Kus- - to the Congress a naciiKroiinu oi met to a long list oi interesting irniiitions nnd romantic sent following recommendations "tirnfn,i m ninvin. nithn tho B lll int I betion of a sound investment. tuiicuriiiiiK uus iiiciiiii, iinii mo niniospnere, wnno wnoliy Amor- of Mexico join tho allies." Both i."irt Aniiiilninnt of contracts fori postomce antnoriiios nan no niicei lieve the result of this is going to be lean, has tho foreign flavor In sufficient deiireo to clvc It divcrsltv nn.l vnrl. theso newspapers aro believed hero , ltli mis, to our proof of his connection Willi tlilu rnli- - PUUIIC WOrKH IJllieriMI llllll Willi U" tv. Tnnnirr:innli,;illv. Inn rnnpl llnu low mwl -of fundamental importanco riirvlin. ftal.it mmtiu ft...A...i '" ' to bo subsidized by German agents. ..u...h t,.w. ot new mans; second, prohibition bery. future. It means growing habits of which is forested with pines, broken In the clearings, by a. subJccU; ' ,0, land part of February, .,.,., concessions to Germani.....t,. , ,i "-means Sloan's Liniment For IthcmnnUsin. In the latter thrift for our people, and It ., i no suure uno is niucn liuienteu. tno nu- iiruuucuvu liiriiiuiuus. ' vast accumulation of capital in tho . .. ' niorous bays, "bayous," "sounds" nnd lakes giving a seemingly endless and Tho torture of rheumatism, tho 1917 Blevins left East Tennesseo and world that will sorely need capital. waterscape Lying off the shoro Is a Hue of Islands, forming pains and aches that make life un-- 'returned to Montana, where no nan to pxtensjon 0f theso Up To Tho People. ,ho fronting this aro the resorts l'lw''"' f bearablo are relieved by loan's Lin-- , llvod for several years beforo going r,innrr.il, firms' fourth that outcr been famous Mississippi .Soun.i, and days , , , .... America Is in a position to tako a iment. a clean clear Hould that '.s,t0 Ul penitentiary, wnuo in won- have sinco tho towna whlrli linL'.in " "- -" . . .. 4 I... Clnln o,. - IirOIUIJIllUIl Ul IIIU IIUIISIU. "I Un..- - as of tho French colonies, begun ,4.l v -in the easy to apply and more effective than placo of fluancinl "" " under tho brothers do Bienville and d'lbor- properties, ntlli, upon a minor charge and oralilp of German world, but whether sho does tako mussy plasterb or ointments because, thorities ville. internment of German suspects. that placo or not lies not with tin; It penetrates quickly without rub- - waa Klven slx ,,10nths In Jail. While ' TIle adds that nuthorlza- bankers, not with tho government, blnf,. For tho pains an(1 apnea ln Jail at Malta, Mont., he made his' Hon is given to tho members of tho but in tho will of tho people to following strains, sprains escape, in connection with two men. Cabinet to take without restriction m.,Bi LnM..' Sloan's T.ln... who it is claimed, were Western high- - tno necessary measures tavc. uir inu ui- "If soiuo of the vast earning power ment is promptly effective. Always ;"amcn. n,nPV llf t!lo military orcanlzatlon In tho eamn whllo they believed a .&,. jib... .a. J.....j.Jm..!. 11cm up. of this country can In a fair propor- havo a bottle handy for gout, lum-- ! n,,,,,. th ..arllamentarv mob of Houston civilians was about- m . .. auios IIIU IIUI"I 111! .Tfllll jau -. tion ba diverted thru tho channel of bago, tootliacne, uacKacno, stin necu. Vllfiri II' .IIIIIT"" niiiintimiin rnmniitinn will unset this to attack them and their hastv exit savings into new resources for in- and all external pains. At druggists, n company wun tnoso men ami an- -, rom tho camp owanl the city, havo ovonlllK to discuss tho measures. went to Aimcondai vestment, America will easily tako 2Sc. Thoro is violent Indignation among boon narrated In detail during the Used Years and whllo at Anaconda this quartet 11 the first position In financing tho t .....(1 vtsi til fit t .lllfa if4 tll. lltlnl.. momoors m u.u rtl.n...l...r nll.l lieltl up ten or fifteen automobiles on ' of tho world. STTI'MFT01.'T1IK0VFKSIIH' Among Important mattors yot to Gcrmany'.H a a,)0Ut thrc) jnUeg tr0))- tho Brazilian people over ft h) "We aro going to discover thru ' test.fled about are tlje happen- machines" were -t- .ons. these sales of Liborty bonds that the Manairement.ciTctTon. etc.. renu.r-- 1 Anaconda. These ' i,twenty-tw- o nf loaded with people returning from a investment capacity of the United on iiv tno act nf aumisi -- 4, lives woro lost following . . ... Vu Need a Spring Laxative. wqgk- - iinima wv n nn inrrv "wtww nt "" . !- .-p 11 ,. Statos Is beyond anything heretofore Hivrtmril Koinihlic.in.i.litmsMnil win rn. tbo march of tho negro soldiers on ir iitr'ci iii;ii liiiu . v. . nn in inu n iiriuiia iini'iiicn niiii in in. iiuik. j vow T.ir ' " " dreamed of. Tho first Liberty Loan, ly at Hartford. Kentucky, ror uctouor . "- -.. ',". .' to ' .uuiu, uiuvu um u.i.u.i.u..m xiiiu r "- i...- that city. No civilians yot have tca- inont business man, iaueu four times larger than tho largest 1h. 1017 with reference to any phase of UaBd. as quickly as B.ov.ns ter from your Intestines, the burden P KdUoi-'johloan over placed In America boforo II. Thomas. Hartford. ordered. It ls claimed movins suot oi mo umuu. Iuu maw o"n,hiuwas In throu months completely ab- Ky officers of i, wi.n ,11,1 finrlinr fever feel nc out of your sys- 41...N"Kro . .now D.1V.V n ..v,.... u mm 41. sorbed by Investors. Tlnsloy, i.i uuui oi Managing Kdltor, W. 1 111 iiiiniury wuo were 1 inu rn The Woman's Tonic com-- 1 tern, brighten your oye, clear your not respond Immediately to his "Practically nunc of It remained Hartford, Ky. Get that vim nnd snap In tho camp tho night ot tho trouble niand. Tho man lived a few weeks 'complexion. in thu bunds of tho banks, cither in Tinsley, Business Manager, W, of good purified healthy blood. Hr. and who testlllcd to assisting their and died. Tho woman recovered. tho form of investment or as collat- Hartford, Ky. Sold Everywhere commanding officers ln various ways, Officers pursued tho robbers, who King's Now Life Pills nro a eral for customers' loans. No one faPublisher, Hstato of C. M. narnett automobllo, Ing luxativo that ulds nature's pro- - such ns checking up to determine had commandeered an r. o m miliar with investment couditioiiK deceased, Hartford, Ky. ' At all drug- - tlioso absent from camp, woro tho cess, try them would havo deomed that pobsiblo. Kstato of C. M Barnett toward Butto and flrod upon them a Owners: chief witnesses today. 1 'l number ot times and wounded one of gists, 25c. ISottlunliiK to Havo. ilnrn:iKnil. Hnrtfnril. Kv. Statements of thuio wltncssos made who was afterwards captured savo In or"l'coplo havo begun to Known bondholders, mortgagees. Um. rolatlvo to mutinous und riotous one of - 1 .NM.HO ""IhWJJ der that they may Invent. They are and other security holders, holding 1 1" Btlo: ho was identified as I) conditions In camp wero slmllnr to . .....-.. realizing that tho war must bo por cent or more of total amount of iiin immi. ninnnnii nuiiiv mill wiih huh- - .j those mado by their commanding of' fought wllh future savings, that pajt bonds, mortgages, or Other securities: tenccd to tho penitentiary for life, Nov. 4. Whon ficers who have proceeded them on af-- l San Antonio, Tex.. E E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE aavlncH uio already Invested and aro Bank of Hartford, Hartford, Ky.j Ulevlns made his escape and was tho stand. All ot tho soldiers who court martial trial of tho And Fitting of Classen in fixed forms of property that can Morgenthaler Llnotypo Co., Now Upwards rocapturod at Mlnlot, North tho woro detailed to guard tho ammuniand returned to Malta, Mou- - three negroes of tho Twonty-fourt- h Masonlo purposes of York, N. Y. not bo devoted to tho OWliNSBORO.KY. tion tents were knocked down by tana, on tho old charge fnr which ho Infantry, charged with mutiny, niur-wa- s tho negroes In tho rush for ammuni- Tomplu the war. Aa that lesson gets tboro- W. S. TINSLKY. August 23 serving a sontenco when ho es- - der and rioting at Houston ly into the minds of 100,000,000 peo Business Managor. n tion, they testified. or tho last, adjourned yesterday until jilo and they begin a will to buvo In to e.nd bubscrlbed beforo caped. It was claimed part Sworn 1M Have Been Identified. most of engaged In various unlawful actfon3 goods and Jewelry was found dny, It was Indicated that order ihut thoy may Invest, tho pes- - mo tlls qu, jay of October, 1917. ! Sorgt. Henry, a negro who wui on tho night of the riot. tho testimony concerning happenings 01l i,mi Hibllltles In the way ot creating fresh THOMAS, j. Some of these woro soon procurCamp Logan before the negroes killed the night of the riot, was very j In. BJoWus Conres.seh. jv;, ji. Ohio, Co., Ky. Investment funds will prove beyond robbery marched on tho city had been glv- - active In organizing tho negroes to ing ammunition, some leaving camp, Blevins confessed to tho tho wildebt imaginings tit what might, 20, jjy coiuiuisslou Vplres Jan. leave camp boforo tho shootlng-u- p others woro heard to make threats Y jor the Joluibon City postofllce at Mai- - en. be tho total iiwctniHit fund in the iU8. Tho mutinous evonts In tho camp, ot Houston, according 'to wltnobaea or to bo engaged In other unlawful ta, Montana, und beforo the Montana country. UCtlvltlcs 1. 1.. mill SOniO otbors ...4i n...4. UUll.Uilltuo o, ..,,.,. i ,1 ii,,,. i, ,i ii riiiir which necroes disobeyed com- - . today. wnrn , DIUIU BllOii;wil.-ililt ii' "Senslbla ocononiy practiced by the negroes among tho 03 , ..ii:i.im-- up us misKIIIK and lntor soon .hands of officers and rushed tho am- - ( Twenty-on- o was connected with tho Anaconda iwplu will not mean stagnation in FOR FLETCHER'S riiii..rv lui was brouaht to Tennessee munition tents, procuring rides and , defendants havo been Identified In In Houbttm or returnlun to canio outness, by witnesses as huvliie leou early In the morning y for trial for tho Johnson City rob- - aiumunltlou, tired hundreds of shots court With tho Gorcri.meut sucking to jA 0. S. MQOTSSSMM&roSMMSTOft I M' Ladies Coat ,, , " fr ,,..... . ,,, ... 1 ..... , 3 Suits Hvsb o..ti. - "",,;; .... .- in Clothing Co. rBt - HARTFORD, KY. Vau-icrll- p. rrrs,:; , - PirVirr sris.s.i'jlsie BeautiTul bull loasi . i DZ0BTJKir9' iaalrf'Vfld'rtOidr i" ,,, ui, ip fibbing--anythin- j ...... ...u I ' ' ";il .- AMi-tiurma- n bond-Fellin- - ...i.:ii ........ 1 .. 1 11 ,,',,',',' v ' """' j ' , I ;,llrlaiid. " ....., .!.... .,.. ii ' 1 1 """ ,,., . 'nv ' LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE RAILR0ADJ ,.i . I -- - -;.- --.,' 5WWWWWiBiefW w ..!... ..,.... . 40 si' g q j - ... .... ui., ... 11 i- .- Pa ,.., ,..,. ... i i w,n ...,. WUIU-1UU- 4r ..... I - I .........,, ','. ""'"" DR. J. H.THORPE sixty-Dakot- a, Mon-stole- j, I Children Cry C ASTORIA , i if ill i t,jr "m - SifORT WORK IS MADE OF TEUTONS not nvi-j.- TIVKH KI('Ki:i, CtmSKI) Aiti'si:i). roil vic.h cap. AND Toronto, Nov. n. First hand report of brutalities practiced unit conditions In (lerintm tirlurm cntups, particularly nt fiottltificii, Hanover, y wore plvun licro hy Corporal Alexander Yctninn mid Allen who Toronto IllKhlnnilcrH worn captured nt St Jiillun .In April, y 1915. Thoy wero prlnoncrn in nliiolcuii months, hut when tlioy hecamo III hocniiso of starvation, they were returned houiu throui;li Switzerland. "Hack from tho grave, that'fi mo," wild Corporal Yolinan. "I was fifteen montliH at GottliiRcn and thrco montliB at Mannheim, when 1 wns waiting to he rent to Switzerland. I weighed 1G5 pounds when I was captured and because of poor food, hail treatment and conditions of the camp, 1 lost weight and was down to nluety-ulgpounds when I was sent to Switzerland In August, 151C. There I stnrtod to pick up and I now weigh 145. I came home with tuberculosis. Tho gas and tho poor food brought it, and it was a wonder I did not die. Tho food was not fit for plgii, und I doubt if they would eat It. "I haw Ambassador Ccrard, of the United Slate?, at Mannheim camp. He visited the place and made an inspection, hut tho Huns fixed things ni when ho came. I am sure he did good work In connection with making things better. "Wo were often hit, punished and kicked and called 'pigs and swine.' Now and then wo could walk to town if, we liked, hut they mado us walk l tho middle of tho road, for wc could not walk on the sidewalks tho Germans, and they Jeered nt us and called us vllo names. "A chum of mlno was sent away to the Salo mines. Ho came back with soros on his legs from work and because he came back they put him in prison. "When ou asked a guard Tor a cup of water, a Oorman lied Cross nurso would knock It out of your hand and throw tho cup on tho ground. We had to Elcop' on the Hoor of tho huts. Wo had no change of clothing and when wo wero wet to the skin wo had to Xecp our clothes on." "Tho prisoners got no Justice, and tho food was wretched," declared MncDonahl, who was wounded and gassed nt St. Jullen and who was fifteen months In Cottlngen. "They worked mo pretty hard," ho said. "I was on tho pick und shovel gang working on the ronds, nnd then on Bismarck's tomb, which This Is two miles from Cottlngen. tomh la n hugo ono of brick and stono erected to tho momory of the Prussian war lord. I refused to work once and was put In prison for nlno days in n dark cell, undor close confinement, nnd fed on bread and waior. "At first conditions wero terrible, but tlioy got better when our parcels wero sent, but tho Germans did nothing to feed us properly Just Boup, soup, soup that's all." to-luMnc-Danl(lur-inanht ho-nl- How's This? Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward nny enso of Catarrh that cannot bo rtircd by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine bns been talten by catarrh suffercrtf for tho past thirty-flv- o years, nnd has becomo known ns tho moat reliable remedy for Catnrrh. Hall's Catarrh Mcdlclno nets thru tho Wood on n the Mucous surfaces, expelling tho d from tho Blood and healing tbo portions. Aflcr you havo taken Halt's Catarrh Mcdlclno for a short tlmo you will too a rreat Improvement In your Keneral health. Start talUmr Hill's Cntnrrh Medicine at onco nnd et rid of catarrh. Sond foi testimonials, freo. F J. CHRNKV tz CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druprlrts. 'Be fjr Pol-co- dls-as- sink smra cold-bloode- AKD 91IVI.lt MKEIlOAT:? London, Nov. 5. An uppalllnc; massacres toy d story of Germans of crows of British North Sea convoys in a recant battl is told The by th Norwetlan newspapers. Tidgansttcn said the German cruisers were observed at ( o'clock in tho worninr and were thought to bo British vessels but at T o'clock when thoro was moro llht, they suddon-l- y bepnn shootlne and tho convoy was terrified to see the British destroyer at tho stem of tho convoy begin to sink, altho It fought to tho cruisers, aftor end. Tho Gorman BignalliiK Hio vosscls to stop, advanced on each sido of tho convoy, which thoy swept with all tholr guns at n rango of loss than 200 yards. Tho Gorman destroyors como up nnd helped to spread death and destruction on tho defenseless fclilpn, Tho fihello falllnc thick and fast. finrmnne wero not content to sink fie ships but shelled tho lifeboata, nnd every llvlun thliu.' commit tholr v.a nioroflcMly alaughterihl. w LL- Ulu .. .Atuia u. -- d Ihoir IIVS U Washington, Nov. 5. Men recommended for commissions nt tho close of tho second series of officers' training camps will bo called Into nctlvo service only ns thero Is actual need for them. Explaining tho Wnr Dey Secrutary partment's policy Baker said It hud always been tho i purposo to build up n reserve of offcamps, nn:l EYESIGHT IlKSTOItKII icers by menus of tho BV ARTIFICIAL PUPIL whllo Homo of the second camp men will bo needed nt once, the IndicaLong Beach. Cal., Nov. .1. As tho tions are that n majority of thorn will bo held on tho Inactive list un- lestilt of n marvelous operation, J. E. Leuhart, of No. 2354 East Fourth of tho til tho next Increment Street, this city, who has been blind nrmy Is organized. Mr. Baker said ho did not know for twenty ycaw, can now see and Tho under- make trips nlmut town without the when that would be. daughter, standing ban been that tho next call aid of his thirteen-year-ol- d .will come soon nftcr tho first of the Dnr.s, whom ho saw recently for tho , first lime. year. Ltnhart lost tho sight of his left Tho requirements of tho second 500,000 will take up all tho graduates eye when n young man. A film grew of tho second series of camps, off- over the other eye, and caused total Recently it wns decided icials believe, and nlso a part of lillrdiicffl. those from tho third series, to ho that there wns sight in tho right eye, supplied mnlnly from tho ranks. Tho if only tho light could be admitted, remainder of tho third camp men will t'hyhiciaus successfully Installed an all. then coustltuto the main hcAly of the artificial pupil, thru which Lenhart e original ono. Sudden changes of temperature Officers' Itcservo Corps, to be called sees iiir.lcad of thru tho bring spring colds out for duty as needed. and underwear M1NKIUS TOLD TO WOItK OK e with stuffed up head, sore throat and LOSE TIIEIH UNION CABDS Washington, D. C, Nov. 3, 1917. A dose of Dr. general symptoms. s' Fairfax Harrison, Chairman, King's New Discovery Is suro relief, Bcllaire, Ohio, November 4. "Bc-.tu- rn War Board, authorizes follow this happy combination of antiseptic to work or lose your union ing statement: balsams clears tho head, soothes the "Tho Hallronds' War Board lias re- 'curds," officials of tho United Mlno membranes and what might Irritated recalcihnvo been a lingering cold Is broken ceived reports indicating that tho ef- Workers of America told up. Don't stop treatment when re forts of tho railroads and coal ship- trant miners hero Friday. "Wo will countenance no such ac-- I lict Is first felt as a halt cured cold pers to prevent tho threatening coal Is dangerous. Tako Dr. King's New shortago In tho Northwest during tho Hon which can only bo classified n3 a help to the enemy," said tho 1 coming winter has been more sucDiscovery till your cold Is gono cessful than seemed possible during, I With five weeks or iiKSTiioYinis Aim ih:st tho summer. ANTIDOTi: 1'OIt moro left boforo the close of naviga- WOMAN, OJ, WHO WAS SPY tion on the Great Lakes, 23.34S.100 FOIl CONFEDERATES, DIES, London, Nov. 5. Having complet- of the 29,000,000 tons, which it Is ed their tour of tho English ship- estimated will bo required, havo alNow Orleans, La., November 4. yards. Senators Kenyon, of Iowa.and ready been sent to tho Northwest. Mrs. Ananaldo Mario Ducayot Slmms, Kenrlck, of Wyoming, this morning Tho Commission on Car Service is 9 1 years old, ono of the most darwent Into conference with Vice Ad- now directing efforts to the work of ing women spies In tho Confcderato miral Sims, commander of tho Amer- Insuring an adequate coal supply for Army, died hero Friday. After the domestic and Industrial uses of coal ican destroyer squadron. Sho figured In many Important opconferenco Senator Kenyon said: in all other sections of tho country. erations In tho civil wnr, nnd, with "We aro convinced destroyers are Whllo a greater supply of coal has her small son, who always accomWo been mined and shipped than ever panied hor, was twice captured. tho best nntldoto for cannot havo too many of them. Tho before, tho difficulty today Is that Each llmo sho was released, having additional destroyers and tho hun- the consumption all over tho country succeeded in destroying evidence of dreds of thousands of tons of no.v is greater than ever before." her mission. t- shipping which England and tho a United Stntea aro turning out will In For a Weak Stomach. Experience proves that tho Freo- As u goneral rule all you need to Trado Tariff system continually optlmo overcomo tho Every facility was given to tho do Is to adopt a diet suited to your erates to levy tho bulk of its taxaSenators for obtaining first hand in- ugo and occupation and to keep your tion upon tho earnings of domestic formation regarding England's ship- bowels tegular. When you feel that industry, and only a trifling portion building efforts, which they said jou have eaten too much and when of it upon accumulated wealth, whllo wero colossal. Tbcy wero especially ccnslip'ih'd, take one of Chamber- tho Protective Tariff system operates Interested in tho now standard ships, lain's rubluts. ni to levy tho bulk of its taxation upon which aro being turned out rapidly. accumulated wealth, and only a tri-- i Xe'w Tobacco linn Formed. On their way hack to London, the fling part of it on tho earnings of inOwcnsboro, Ky., Nov. 5. Tho dustry. Senators wero taken to n munitions plant, whero thoy saw a group of Green Itlvcr Leaf Tobacco Company -e y thlrty-sl- x Americans making muni- was organized In Owcnsboro with a capital stock of ?200,000. Tho tions with American machinery. the Senators had dinner Incorporators aro J. M. Vaughn, II. with VIco Admiral Sims and Ambas- E. O'Flynn, Jay O'Flynn, all of For Infants and Children sador Pago at tho Ambassador's Owcnsboro, nnd G. O. Tuck nnd J. Over In Use Years M. Btickner, of Louisville. Tho new homo. they will Investigate concern owns two largo warehouses Always bears the tho workings of tho British censor- in Owcnsboro and is now installing Signature of plant. Bucknor and Tuck ship in all Us phases. n tobacco et aro among the Bad Colds From Sudden CliuiiKCs. people in Kentucky. Spring brings all kinds of weatho er and with it comes colds nnd the re- EAHLY DllAFT MOVEMENT o INDICATED BY CIIOWDEH o o vival of winter coughs and hoarseCOUKT DIItECTOKY. will o ness. Dr. Bell's o Frankfort, Ky Nov. G. All tho head off a now cold or stop tho old one, the soothing balsams rolieve the Kentucky lraft men will bo in camp soro throat and heal the Irritated tis- before December 1. Provost Marshal CIUCUIT COUIIT. y nnd start General Crowdor In a communication sues. Get a bottlo to Adjutant General J. Tnndy Ellis Judge It. W. Slack, Owensboro. treatment at onco. At your druggist, C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney 1 stated that ho expects to order all 25c. Formula on the bottle. ford. tho remaining draft men to tbo cantonment during November. No ordor Cleric A. C. Porter, Hartford. ALLEGED CAHHIEIl OF Otto C. Marhas MoMer Commissioner (.'HUMAN MESSAGES CAUGHT for thorn to report, however, tin, Hartford. boon received. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, ; El Paso, Tex.. Novombcr 4. After Hurtford. Japan Lends China 910,000,000. being given leavo of absence for Tokio, Nov. 3. Tho Flnnnco Do- 1st Monday In March 12 days three months by tho commander of Com'th. and Civil. tho Gorman mcrchnnt fleet Intern- partmont has nnnouncod tho signing May 12 days Civil. ed nt Santa Hosalla, Mexico, Erno3t or a lean to China of an amount 1st Monday in subject, was ar- equivalent to $10,000,000. Tho mon- 1st Monday in July 12 days Lohndorff, a Clennnn Com'th. and Civil. rested yosterday whon he attempted ey is to be applied to tho rehabilitation of tho Communications Bank 3d Monday in September 12 days to cross to tho United States from Civil. Jiinroz. Ho was arretted on a presi- of China, and is iccurod by Chlncso 4 th Monday in November 12 days Washing- Kopubllc treasury bonds. Tho dential warrnnt wired from per Com'th. and Civil. rato Is soven and ono-haton, and is bolug held by Dopartmont COUNTV COUKT. of Justice agents, pending an lnvostl-gatio- n. cent and tho term threo years. m Meetb first Monday In each month. AIKMK.V DUOP MESSAGES Judges John D. Wilson. That he carried messages from OFKKIUNG ITALY rKACIC County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Von Eckhardt, German ambassador Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. nt Mexico City, to German consuls Rome, Nov. 4. Udlne and othor Sheriff S. O. Keown. in othor Mcxleap cities, Is the charge towns in the Invaded district are Superintendent Ozna Stiults. mndo acnlnst Lohndorff. IIo admitbolng placarded with messages anV. P. Mldkiff. Jailer ted, government agcntu say, having nouncing the pcaeoful Intentions of Assessor C. C. nines. carried thuio niossagca. Austro-Germa- n forces. Airplane Survejor C. S. Moxley. United States Government agenta tho reports that a nlso aro dropping handbills along tho Coroner Dr. A. 11. Riley. hero havo received Tagltninento Itlvor offering poace, FISCAL COURT. number of tho German sailors on tho according to Doputy Glrardinl, who Meets Tuesday aftor first Monday ships Interned at Santa Uosalln, Lowdisgranted hns Just roturned from theso In January, April and October, hnvo boon er California, represents In Parlianow uro working In tricts, which ho shoro lenvo nnd list Magisterial District Ed Shown, airHartford, Route 7. Sovcrnl ment. Last summer Austrian Moxlcan munition factories. polsonod candy in 1M .Magisterial WInson District hold by planes dropped of tho Enllors hnvo bcon rcglous. Smith, Select. United States agents hero when thoy theso v W. S. Dean, .'Id Magisterial District attomptcd to cross from Juaroz to Dundee tho United States. Mil Magisterial District S. W. FOR FLETCHER'S It Is bollovod by government repreLoach, Reaver Dain, Routo 3. sentatives that many of tho Gor' 3th Magisterial District S. L. Ful- man subjects havo been carrying kcrsou, Rockport. messages from Von Eckhardt to Gor CANADA TO 8i:Xl) 10,000 It. C. Tlch- JIEN A MONTH OVKHSHAS (ttli Magisterial District man subjects In tho United States. ouor, Ceutcrtown. After dollvorlng theso messages they, Ilainllton, Out., Novenibor 4. Un- Ttli M"ltiwlHl lllttWul U. F. Rico, In turn, nro bollovod to convey Mv'l'n' from Gormnu suhjoets from dor tho coninultory military wvle ' Rwi. v; Von Fckhardt at Mos- - luor now la aiwutloii. Canada In pre- tkl countiy to to-dnnl Hall-roadj ofTl-cla- ls. -sto-dnTo-nig- high sen which wns running, mak, ing tho boats n dldlcult mark. In tho midst of tho massacro British destroyer camo up and Immediately attacked, but was soon The Blink in tho unequal struggle. German flotilla then cruised hack-war- d nnd forward among tho sinking steamers, pouring n fresh nnd torrlblo rain of shells nt n rango of Ono shell went thru tho 100 yards. Swedish ship Wlrndar, exploding In n lircbont on tho othor side, and killing nil Its occupants, fourteen men miil threo women. Tho other lifeboat rowed back to rescue tho captain nnd two waitresses from tho wreck. A sholl struck tho boat nnd killed llvo of her occupants, only the mate escaping by swimming. Tho Wlndnr wns a mas9 of flames nnd tho two girls Jumped Into tho was saved by nea. Tho cnptnln clinging to wreckage. As the two young women were sinking, an English ship hoisted tho white flag. Tho answer of tho Gormans was a shot which killed both girls. Twelve men of another ship had Just got into tho lifeboat when a shell killed them MANY OFKICKIW WIMi in: iir.M) in ih:si:uvi: according to nn-oth- cr nt the rato of 10,000 every month, MaJ. Gen. Newhurn, minister of militia. 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We prepare you for tho position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School 'a session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. f r Children Ory OASTO R A s 1 mos-s&g- ec OWENSBORO, KY. h 11 k M 81 M ,JL (Incorporated) i -- , :t lg .0 '" mjiI.'UI The Hartford Herald is much exorcised because the Republicans employed a Democratic lawyer In the recent ballot cases, and we rlso to rePublished Weekly by HARTFOUI) IMUNTIN'fl COMPANY mark that had tho Democrats emIncorporated ployed a Rood Republican lawyer, W. 8. TINSLBY, llko Heayrin, Smith or Martin, thry C. E. SMITH, s. would havo Fared the Republicans President much trouble and themselves u pretPOHN HKNUY THOMAS.. . . . .KiHtor ty SUIIl of cost. W. S. TINHI.KY, Associate Kdltor "Underhand methods of the gang.v anil Business Manager. tcrs" and "Thugs" aro among tho terms lined by tho Hartford Herald to law nt h PiMtofflw Anturod nciorrtln referring to the Republican leaders HtrtfoM. Ky., ni mall mnttrr ol th rf ennd These leaders need In Ohio county. tln. no defense. Hut for tho dignity and to decency of tho newspaper professlou Addross all communications Republican. wo regret to see our neighbor, smartTho Hartford ing under the sting of defeat, indulgNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS new ing such coarse and vulgar epithets r t to n .lobiirrilMTn Hwlrlnn tli nt its fellow citizens. Hartford Republican. cd with him his certificate of nomination within tho prescribed time. Such misstatements mado to mislead tho public arc a disgrncc to tho newspaper profession. A cause that can not bear the torch of truth should bo abandoned. WAS IT A SKIN (SAME? The conviction In the mind: .)' Ohio county Republicans Is almost universal that tho Democratic man agcrs in falling to Comply with a Soc.-Trea- have arranged for a eerlea of six Interesting articles, "War Talk, by Uncle Dan," written by Mr. Howard H. Gross, president of the Universal Military Training League, of which this Is the first. They tell In a graphic way why military training Is of value, both to the natlen nnd to the individual, and our readers will find them of unusual Interest. Wo ! MUNSIN6 mandatory statute requiring the can- ddrew muiit Rive tlie old nddren In ranking the Except for tho Democratic frenzy America Must Fight Hard or Germany dragging tliolr women folks to tho May Win Necessity for Mili county In Ohio ObltanrlP', llrnnlutlon nnd Card ol TbinlH.tV polls, the election Sjr tary Training. llni mutiej In ndriinie. Tuesday was a rather tame affair. rrlw frw, but other OUcrcli Notion for The fact that there was no Demorrv- -. tr per linn. ninin " cnlil lil tnntlipr. "V01V idTertUeun-iit"- . to be voted "for, and the Anoayraoaii comnmnltlon will recelre no cratic ticket Uncle Dan Is coming tomorrow to D known fact that the Democratic penUtntlon spcuu a wcuk. ..(.1. .... .... i"-- - ..rill nnll whii u.i u !... cil voting would havo been void, even war, If you wnnt to know nbout the In tho event of their candidates rehere's your opportunity. Uncle Dan la j Sum'oatlELilil ceiving the highest number of votes, moi , CO probably one of the JTe.ria.eis M-ti- l took all Interest out of the election Blllle clapped hla In the country." for the Republicans, and they voted hands nnd gave such a whoop thnt he j .NOVKM11ER FRIDAY,. rather from forco of habit, than wnkencd the baby, but what could you j from any anxiety about the result. boy who Is expect of n And Ollie James made a speech in u living Interrogation point and wauls ( It was perfectly fair for a DemoLouisville. to know about war? it. cratic Clerk in Breckinridge county Uncle Dan arrived In due time nnd Democrats of Daviess and to refuse to put tho name of RepubDid the If Blllle watched for an opportunity. It lican candidate Brody on the oillclal Jefferson counties use pencils too? ' came that evening after dinner when ballot because ho had not filed his it Uncle Dan hud lighted u cigar and politics and more news will cortiflcate of nomination; Jt is emiLess in taken a scat on the porch. If be the policy of this paper after this nently proper for a Democratic Sec"I'm mighty glad you came, Uncle retary of State to refuse for the tame week. it in Dan. I want to talk to you about the reason to allow Undo Bill Allen'tDENTAL WORK. war. Wo have Jut put military train-- ' I Gangsters" did you say? What namo to go upon the ballot, and it if Dr. Froil S. Reed, of l.otiislllc, Is' ing in our township high school, but ' did the Democratic Court of Appeals was a fine carriage of justice for ti now located in Bank Building, Me- - we had a hard tlpie to tin It. The say, brother? Tell it all please. fit Legislature to unseat Hem-- , Ky., ready to do all kinds of Democratic Joneses nnd the Groggs objected. Thoy Allen after ho had been elected by modem denial work. Your toolh ' said tlie war wouldn't come over hero. it Wc were sorry to sec our old friend the lead pencil method, but when iniickly remedied. li'tlp Grandma Jones Mild: Thoy nin't no and neighbor, Newt. Baize, singled Blankenshlp obsorved the same law use to worrit, it will !Oon blow over." out for the first slaughter by the Well, wo put the training In Just tho then it is different. NO "SPURLOS VERSE.VKT. Democratic leaders. same. You orter heard Judge Brow-nel- l, Judge Slack, after having been the president of the school board, low "It is announced In the press that do the fciuckois up. He said unless we We hope tho temper of our neigh- lambasted fore and aft by all of the bor, the Herald, will improve by next Democratic papers within circula- Postmaster General Burleson may or tithe off our coats nml go to It, Germay not make public the names jf many may yot win, and if she does, she week that we may again live togethof this neck of the tion distance tho newspapers he has suppress! will takeover t lie great British fleet as er in peace and amity. woods, for his decision in the case of under the authority vested in him n war trophy and compel us to do whnt County Democrats v. over she wants to; thut site could make V While spending a lew weeks in the Ohio 'iy virtue of an act of the reccut se Blankenshlp, wherein tho Mr. Ohio county recently, a Washington j Claude Burleson us pay nil the cot ofIipthe war; the sion of Congress. to comcould tux us as pleased and lawyer got some valuable lessons in Democratic candidates failed should not delude himself with the kalorwo couldn't help ourselves. Ho that ply with a plain provision of the law j Kentucky election laws. is a matter in which could make every one pay over it part notion that this and tried to force Blankenshlp to vioonly he and the suppressed nowspa-pe- r of what he earns; that he could make (Incorporated.) county officials elected by the late the law. SIX DEMOCRATIC The Ev-i- y publishers aro interested. the fanners pay rent for their own HIOHEST people Tuesday arc capable and com- - MEMBERS OF THE American who bolievcs in the farms etc. Now, Uncle, what do you petent nnd no citizen of the county COURT IX THE LAND ESPECIALrecdom of tho press wants to know think of that?" ' LY APPROVE AND EVOF EACH will ever have cause to regret their "Well, my boy," said Uncle Dan, who has been silenced and why. ERY ACT AND RULING made by flection. "If there are seditious newspape. s "all that Judge Brownell says might Judge Slack, saying In no uncertain country, every loyal cltlz"ii easily come true nnd may unless wo go land several linated arguments. Yes. was right in tho Where ever an election was held terms tltat Blankenship quickly to the aid of tho allies with' STRAY STREAKS. seTlnsloy avers, Thomas could havo a metropolitan and that the Judge's decision in the of the United States wants the large numbers of men and help them Tueiiday, whether in dition effectively silenced. If there break the German lino. Unless wo can I By Fluke McFluke.) waited until nftor tho first of lir city or an obscure rural village, the case was strictly according to lar are any traitors In the United Stat"s, beat the submarines-- , thoy may preyear to run mer that blamed wagon. administration and equity Democratic national 'very loyal citizen wonts them appre- vent us from getting enough food to The iiutill and duck hunting season was rebuked at the polls. A War Works Council has been or- hended and properly punished. But tits allies to keep them going. In thnt AW inspected tho roasting outfit would have been over then and U matters! Germany would win. As would have mado little difference, After tho Couit of Appeals got ganized in Ohio county. This is a no true lover of liberty wants the case Htnnd today, our greatest need Ik f A. Rial. Hartford's popcorn king, through with Judge Rhea's decision move which should meet with tho punishment of traitors or tho sup- trained men. If wo luid had several the other day and to our surprise, but now ho Ik ull bunged up aud not conin the Ohio county ballot case, the hearty approval and support of ev- pression of seditious journals millions of men with military training lound a plero of real butter as large able to work much and tlie hunting Rhea instrument looked like a pro- ery indMdual within our confines. ducted behind closed doors. Piti- in our Industries tind on our farms as ., r,.(I ,ir(1-- ,,SKi on- - ,)f wl,jcll no reason right upon us. Thomas sajs. ho would rather bo hurt now than tested check on the Bauk of Hard The work Is under three heads: Re- less publicity will do much to dis- when the war came, who could ,vas slsonlllK hs corn, have been called at once for serlec, I next year. He, Thomas, don't hunt ligious, Educational and Recreation. courage disloyalty. Luck. "Tho danger to tho public lies In do not believe the ktiNor would liavei It is planned to create a fund and w l" novor ltow lhls colun'n ,0 B'1 at all and never shot anything in his Tho Democratic candidates at the means for furnishing the best of re- the fact that if tho Postmaster Gen- forced tho war upon us. As It was, he life, except craps, so Tlnsloy sas. no respect for us. and now wo are lto !"tlcs, or rather wo don't per-i- n recent election and tho rank and file ligious suuoundlugs, means for In- ii al can secretly suppress a newspa- .hadIt nnd must go through politics to slip into this column, with It. of tho party as well, will carry a structing our unfortunate Illiterate per that Is actually seditious in its never again must we be cauglit But'R wo will bet from 1 to G bits Claude iilunkonship swears that su hut lasting grievance against a bunch of soldiers and for supplying good and utterances, he can also secretly sup- wholly unprepared. against n mussel shell button thai he holds all records south of the Mabtupid leaders who advised them not wholesome recreation and pleasure. press papers not actually seditious "There Is only one safe way," snld It will bo In order to file certificates son and Dixon lino when it comes tv to file their certificates of nomina- The lot of these boys Is, and will be, though deemed so by the Judgment TJnclo Dan, "and that is to adopt per-- . of nomination In this community being sueddn more different ways. In tion. manently universal military training. tfrmn t)lu ,,,ar i9i7 1o BOnit. bu more different courts, by tho greatThousands and of a partisan politician. haid enough at best. , " 'Spurlos vorsenkt', or sink with- ..nnlt. U n' ......1.1. .......... ....... .. l. in est number of people in the least ci-iiniii iiitui ii iiu In timi., M'OV thousands of men placed together Wash A Democratic oillclal from number of days. cares out trace', Is an expression made odi- pnjstcany nt, say in ins ninoioentu or away from, and beyond home ington lost about three weeks of' and ties, especially where only the ous by its application to tho German twentieth year. The training can be John Henry Thomas, tho main Wuitlng. UnOo Sam's time in Ohio county worst is the quicker to come into policy in sinking ships. Wo loath carried forward In the United Stntes putting somo "pep" in the Demo-- j their lives, is something to bo fought 6uch a policy with every degree of training enmps that nre now being es- cheese on tho editorial end of this Havo you been waiting long?" training men by bhnet, camo out a vety poor hcrond rratic campaign, or rather putting against, so let's all get behind this loathing it is possible for us to feel. tablished for draft. As soon called tlie selective as these wagon the otliar Tito week before sho was his pepper in the eyes of Democratic is a policy out of place In any civ- men vacate these stations, they should in a tilt with a tic bril, move to throw around our boys the It morning. Joint mistook tho bulk of "Oil, did I keep you waiting, dear? whether applied to Ho filled iy younger men, and this candidates. vory best Influences possible to at- ilized nation, n tank and therefore judged In dressing I was slow, I fear upon which .should lie made the permanent policy ties for We can only do this by a unit- men or to the business you know di(1 y,m Kll , I it to lie a water wagon and uasy clmI.( If the Democrats hail performed tain. ol the country." men depend for a livelihood. with a portion of our means ,,, c(),nfor, ,i,eri. all tho constitutional sections i nom- - An,i ,tlJ you their plain duty and tiled their certi-- 1 ed effort justify Rlllle's mother, IXnt. Graham, had "Quito likely tho facts part of our tlnio. Be ready In direct and bitter Whilo I was primping? (icatcs of nomination at tho proper and ti Oh, I fear of tho papers against which overheard tlie conversation. She came ns ever read are help a bit when called upon, You'll tire of waiting for mo do.tr!" timo It would have saved tho Hart-- : to proceeded. As to out nnd Raid: "Really, Brother Dan, opposition to tho water earls. It bo money, work or other Mr. Burleson has you serious as "Now do not hurry me!" she cried. ford Herald much valuablo Ink it! whether that ho is not now nor ever will bo are country? If It Isto tlie dangers of sacrifice. ns bad ns that, It has devoted to denouncing, The boss Induced Arthur Petty to Soon after sho became his bride". judge. The final our tho proper exclusive Is high time for us to waku up aud do succeeded "Hook up my dross! Sit down and Republican trickery. Is to public ' come to thlB desert and Homcthing about it." We shnll bo glad to see the day appeal for judgment wait! In keeping him at work on this paper oi.inlon, and neither tho Postmaster T "Rvneflv " rnnllnrt TTnMn n,m The Owcnsboro Messenger said when our Democratic contemporar- General nor tho President himself for about two weeks, but thero was I don't care if wo both are lata! that some action of the Ohio Coun- - ies will feel a larger sense of respon- has a right to deprive tho public of Is better to wake up now than to be absolutely nothing doing. This burs Now whore's my curler? Whore' my rudely awakened Inter. Wc may us ty Republicans was meeting with In- -j sibility In making campaign statecomb? opportunity to form an opinion. well understand, sister, that this Is our Is too dinned dry to hold Petty for men, even ments. False statements may bolster the dignant protest of holiest moro than a fortnight. Besides Ar- For two cents I would stay at hoipe! and result In soma If Mr. Burleson Is right, he will have war and wo must win It or God help up a poor cause In Owcnsboro and Daviess county the approval of public opinion; if he Amerlcu. Everything that we havo thur says lie Is a moos aud not a If you don't like to wait, well you And we would llko to inquire what tomporary partisan advantage, but ' wrong he will have its disapprov- or hope to liuve our liberties, our carnal. Know mighty well what you can do!" indignant protest in Davlois county It must bo done at the expenuse of a hles.slucs. our onnortunitles are all In. I Howard C. Kegloy. al. misleading a making n elected for tho first time In Its his- newspaper thogrent us. I "But he must not maintain a pell-- y volved inmust stand Issue before and! yfs ', lllt H ta. John B. Dan, May- to the diserodit of the Nothing Mora Costly Tav Collection. between us tory, a Republican Suorllf aud Coun- statement, aud says ha Is perfectly wllltne; of 'spurlos versenkt.' " profession in genoral. newspaper winning this war. It Is n question It Is an Interesting eircumsUnce ty Judee. cops la Hartford, the During tho recent campaign whether the peoples' right or tho kai- to put h traffic h,,t tUo C08t f "Meeting .or .us- on. is liable t Masons Oct Message Fros Post. ser's might shall dominate the world. not for fear that and Owcnsboro It was all rlcut from the view Courier-Journtonitt rnvnitiiA la ateniillir iHiraJiit. -- -". ;, ,. Hickman, Ky.. Nov. C. The Hlek-ma- n If there ever wus a holy war, this Is get run over, but simply as a preoau-- , .. many fajso statements elique to gcr-- j point of the Democratic carried ln nepumieaxi " uo ,aBl Toar w ...... fiM.ti... for ...i,i in.ow. .ii John H.Mrv'i ruunlnei Masonic Lodge Is in receipt of rytnander the county Into Magisterial in regard to mattora In Ohio county. I administration, th e eost of eolleoilng four-hea- d Royal Wo are fighting for the freedom of over some unsuspecting districts, under tho forms of law, but Times nntiM-- s said in rezard t the an interesting tetter from the team, aid thereby laying the customs revenue was 3.3 per Arch Masons of Padueah. Tho let humanity. We aro fighting for tliomu) when the law donIns the candi- aiip rnimiv caao that the Court of, right of men to govern themselves damage suit against cent. 1881 dates who failed to Ulo their cer Appeal had decided that it was the j tor was written Decembor 27. In 91, the cost was nearly 4. BIVUU ill news guti-iiii-i- i .i.- - ,Ny ukuiimi iiiur to tho Padu tificates of nomination the right to! duty of tho Counyt Olerk to place by tho Hickman chnpter por cant. Wo are getting less revenur overlord. Perilous will by u wnr-muLave their aamos printed on the bal-- l the names of candidates ou tho bal- eah chapter. It was written before times ore ahead ot us. We must bo from customs dutlos and paying a In uso, folded and prepared to muko uny tuicrlllce, to perSubscriptions have beea cemlag lu uiguor porccntago lot was Invokod, it was all wrong) lot whother or not thoy had filed onvolopes wore for its collodion. givj form any service thut muy be required rather rapidly slnco orders were their certificates of nomination. These .healed with-- a wax wafer. The with the clique. Wilmington (Dol.) Journal, 1. 2.1. re-- J ago, 5 conts, was paid to the lay off or this stuff and "Beads 17. en to of us." or their correspondents "Oh.jrjncle Dan," exclaimed Blllle, Oddly Strung" and as every new for them, knew they wero , master hero, but no stamp was used. W' challengo tho Hartford Herald was mailed from "may I bring my chum, Jliiimlo Col- subscription makes Just that aauch A idmllar letter No reduction of the Tariff evor ha to give a plain unequivocal answer ask-t- o lins, when we have our next talk? Ho moro work and worry, tho oltleo force or ever could Increase tlie capacity very pertinent question: If deliberately lying and wero willing Troy, Tenn., Soptomber 3, 1850, to this a few of the American peoplo to consume. Is a bug on this war business uud Juit talked us into shooting do bo for partisan advantage. , hb tho consent of Padueah to Hick-Clotho Democratic candidates had fil.crazy to sco you." streaks at the new reuders. Old i Tho Invariable effort of low. Tiirirr papers also said that County . Tor work on Gcorgo Shucks, of nomination ed their certificates of "Certainly," Mild Undo Dan, with a subscribers please excuse us If It-- la an,, Blaukeushlp nud arbitrarily re- - pas. Nono of tho men who wero Tar,frs ,jaa hQQa Q decrcaso with the county clerk within tho laugh. "If wo nro to. huvo move as tho Court nf tubed to placo tho names of tho 'ficors of tho lodge then aro living. hearty fchull bo glad to huvo Jlmmlo handy to do so, but don't write us aowOB.,e consumption. proper time limit papora talks, I about it. Appeals has doclurcd it was their du- Democratic candidate upon the ba!- -' Although C7 yeurs old, thcko Join us." For Halo. you now huvo any lot when thoy know or should ltav.i are romarkubly preserved. ly to do, would nnd rcn to Blllle clnrped nl8 bnnds Ono upright piano, mahogany caso. co.upluint to liialco against the Re- known that tho Court of Appeals had Whilo Thomas and Tlnsloy huvo to be over Revs. Fuqua nnd Maddox nro con-- i the 'phono nml told Jliumto repeatedly hold that tho Clork had not oxaotly como 'to blows yot, thoy Sm or wrllo MISS WlhhIK SMITH, in tho nutter of tholr in, ili-ainxt ovonlnu. at seven o'clock onn- - d'lctltiR a.sorlua of mcotlajw n 17t3p No, you will not o right to plae Hio nuiuo of ti on tho ballot? had nulte a'srlouB dlffwoQe Commercial Hotel, Hartford. Uidutc vix tuu ballot Mho hud uot 11- Run. ure to mY.t.--r R. HnMnfK" I.iirnl nml Not'tni mc ler line nnil 5c rt line tor eiioli mMltlonnl InmTllim. ipqoMt. In 13 didates to fllo certificates of nomination in order to gel their names upon :lii ballot wns an attempt at election crookedness. It is pointed out that this law had been in operation years and that It Is tor twonty-fiv- e that tho Democratic leaders could have been Ignorant of it. It Is also remarked that In tho uilt filed before Judgo Slack they set out in the petition that they wore not equlred to tile certificates of nomination, and that they had been so advised. Tills apparently shows that he matter had been under full and that thoy were not of tho legal requirement. Jlnre the Hartford Herald supports this by quoting the decisions of some inferior courts it is supposed that tho Democratic managers hoped to throw the responsibility for the failure of (heir candidates to get on tho ballot upon County Clerk, Blankenshlp, and then go Into the courts nnd get an order requiring him to place them ou ind in this manner discredit Mr. itlaukeiiship and the Republican par-But tho Court ol Appeals, altho Democratic, does not play petty politics, and blocked the game. dls-niisltit y. WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number One ('Iffirvjr-- . 'Mr , YXIBr J d Munsing Union Suits ' fifteen-year-ol- d ' - ' ; give you the most for your money any way you figure you seek the highest quality of fabric and finish you get Munsingwcar. you seek real economy you get Munsingwear. And you are looking for a perfect and have never been able to get before try Munsingwear on our guarantee of satisfaction. The prices are the range of styles and fabrics very wide. Carson & Co. j , j i ( 8 m j she-crie- 'M sud-prcssl- ,,. ,, j 4, I ' or-ele- al Mes-Kong- or ay I I ...nt .' fr d post-pape- rs post-porti- con-Tlie- so rk Y go-ii- ik , -- a 1- lltr .VIII I Winter Supplies Iu times of high cost or wearing apparel you with earn your place to buy your winter supplies. We bought heavily most of your winter noedajuonlhs ago. hence we are in a position to oiler you lots of men-hanite below its market value today. Hhoulcl nelet't ' perfecting a county organization of a 11'1.m fmitinl1 Ifnirlllir fnmtllnt! ....., """l'"- MUIIID uuhiiviii cd their mission they remained only n few hours. Miss Ellen Oormnn, of Beaver Dam, died In Louisville Monday and wns hurled at Shlnkle Chapel Wednesday. Mrs. Minnie Wedding, Mrs. W. H. Harness, Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook and Mr. Olenii Barnes wcro In Owens wero stricken with typhoid fever. Hev. Mllcy recovered In about 10 days, but Mrs. Mllcy Is still III, being her fifth week that sho hns been bedridden, and tho day boforo ho wroto thu card wan tho first time sho had been conscious for 12 days. Hev. father died while ho was 111, and ho could not go to the funeral. Hov. Mllcy mndo many friends whllo ' holding n revival horo a few months ago who sympathize with lilni In his affliction. Ml-1c- J Sure and Mail Us Your List For Anything You May Need In 13o LUMBER SASH, DOORS, (JO LU M NS , MI L L WO l K lioro Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Petty, "of Henderson, after a visit visited hor father and mother. Mr. father. John nnd Mrs. W. T. Woodward, from SatIII. Glenn, has returned to her home urday to Monday. Mr. Petty, who Mrs. W. II. Cundlff, of several clnvs with hur In Hammond, Ind. Underwear An indispensable artiole. We have a large and varied assortment. You will be wish to get out pricks. 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. Hig stock. l'i ices right. Overcoats and Mackinaws We can lit you men. We can supply the boy A look at them will convince you. Winter Caps Ji The kind that will make you feel good in xero cars 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 had been assisting The Republican In tho preparation of the ballots and during tho past two Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward left other work Mrs. Petty Tuesday for San Angelo, Tex., where wpeks, accompanied they will spend the winter with their homo. son, Mr. J. C. Woodward. Mr. John Webb, of Houto 7, near ' Lieutenant Gllmoro Keown, who N'ocreek, has sold his farm, and ut had hcon visiting his parents, Mr. public sale will dispose of his perand Mrs. S. O. Keown, for several sonal property on tho 15th, preparadays, returned to Camp Taylor yes- tory to moving to Illinois, at at early date. Mr. Webb Is a good cititerday. zen and we commend hi in and his Miss Eula Woosley, who Is teach- family to those with whom he may ing school near South Carrollton, locate. vlslled her homo folks at Narrows, Hev. S. K. Harlan left Wednesday Tuesday and Wednesday. for Utlca, .where he will conduct a Tho family of Mr. Dan King wont to Onewsboro scries of meetings. Tuesday to see his brother, A. P. Hot. Harlan accompanied htm and King, who was recently operated on will remain with him whllo there. ;for gall stones. Mr. King Is report Hev. Harlan has just completed an Interesting rovlval at tho Union ed as doing very well. Grove Christian church, In the TafTho members of tho Fiscal Court, fy community. with Sheriff S. O. Keown and County Attorney A. I). Kirk, were enterHev. J. T. Hushing, Presiding tained at dinner by Judge John 15. will fill the pulpit of the M. E. Wilson and wife, osterday. church here at 7 o'clock p. m., next Sunday. Quarterly Conference will r Mrs. Logan Stevens, of Paradlsa, be held In Tho Hank of Hartford rrceitcd notice Friday of the death Hulldlng on tho following morning of her father in Kansas, and, with at S o'colck. All officials of the en-ti"her husband, left at once for that churge are urgently requested State to attend tho funeral. to be present with full and complete Hon. Alvis S. Uennctt, Secretary of the Republican State Executive Committee, of Louisville, was hero tho first of this week visiting his father and attending the election. For Our Lowest Prices. Fordsville Planing Mill Company INCORPORATED .JAKE WILSON, Mgr. . FORDSV1LLE, KY. i JkL2f&&Gbi Hartford Republican. KIUDAY,. . Parks has exchanged bis rnsldenco and bottling business Mr. W. H. for A Mr. F. acres of 'Logan county land. Douthitt, or Owensboro, being the party with whom Mr. Parks G23 traded. Mrs. Herbert Hoblnson, of Nar rows, lias gone to Louisville, where sho has secured employment In orto be near her husband who was fort on business during the first of der recently called to Camp Taylor for this week. military service. Mrs. G. H. Roberts, of Fordsvillc, Waited relatives Iu Hartford MonI Mrs. John H. Thomas and little (son, Linden, of Narrows, left yester-jda- y day. for Louisville, where they ex pect to spend Jho winter. They will Mr. W. P. Midklff, of Sulphur bo with Mrs. Thomas' daughter, Mrs. Springs, was among our visitors SatJ. L. Hrashear. Hartford Herald. urday. .NOVKMIIKK Ar. Irvlngton ... 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . 5:56 p.m. Col. John J. Mcllenry. of LouisAr. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. ville, was in Hartford last Saturday m. o. Lt. Louisville... 8:36 r. and Sunday. Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m. 10:40 a.m. Lt. Irvlngton son of Mr. Tho 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellrnltch Charllo Hoover, of East View, lias W., H. A K. R. It. TIME TABLE. diphtheria. South Hound, No. 115 m. 9:05 a. Hue at Hartford Mrs. E. P. Rogers, or Fordsvlllo, North Hound. No. 114 was a visitor with Mrs. C. E. Smith G.45 p. m. Duo at Hartford Saturday. (lloth "Mixed" Trains.) Messrs. Sherman Condlt, Heflin, and Harvo Condlt, Centertown, were hero Monday. L., H. .M ST. Ii. K. K. TRIE TABLE. No. 113 duo at Ellrnltch 8:32 p. in. No. 110 due at Ellrnltch 7:30 a. in. No. 112 Lr. Ellrnltch ... 3:40 p.m. ltl ... three-year-o- ld Rev. Russell "Walker, who has been called to the pastorate of the Hartdelivered his ford Baptist church, first sermon on last Sunday to an apHev. Walker preciative audience. and family will move here at an early date. Capt. John G. Keown, with the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., who was called from his work In New Mexico, on account of the serious Illness of his little daughter, Anhero Tuesday( nie Morton, arrived night. Tho child was much Improved when tho Captain arrived. J Dprsnnal "Mr. Owen Jones, a steam boat pilot Mr. W. II. Riley, of Union City, on tho Ohio river, visited his parents Tenn., came up first of the week to and Social Euents, 1 at Ceralvo last week. visit rolatives and Incldently to bo at Mr. Riley has sold his the .election. Mrs. W. II. Taylor, after an ex- bottling business In the Tennessee tended visit to relatives In Louis- city and Is now traveling for a Unloa Kindling Wood. ville, has returned home. City Waterproof Clothing Co. See EcU Rial for Nrwx i . Mrs. A. ('. Porter entertained her Mr. W. C Kccno, of Shrere, paid S. S. elass at her homo ou Union Wednesday. us a visit street yesterday afternoon. Taylor Mines, Mr. N. S. Harrass, of KUTK FLOUR Aa good at is wus In town Tuosday. made nono better. W. K. ELLIS & DRO. Mr. J. D. Wllllams.of Beaver Daat, 15t4 was bare- Wednesday. ' Mrs. Mary IXanney, of near Crom-wol- l, is very 111, and is not expected Ratine, was Mr. Joan Logsdon, of to live mora than a few dayi. In lo sea us yestorday. - Robinson had both Mr. Homer bones in his forearm broken In an accident at a saw mill nt Narrows, a few days ago. Mr. Robinson was attempting to adjust a belt on a pulley when his hand was caught and drawn into the machinery, with tie result mentioned. nine-ty-gov- en Mr. T. W. Wallace, of Crentwell, was iu town Wednesday. wus Judge A. H. Tuck, of Moraantown, In Hartford Monday. Mr. W. H. Reld, of arar Beaver In town Saturday. lim, was In Coanly Attornoy A. U. Kirk was Henderson Wednesday. Runny-daleMr. Vivian Forgusoa, of n new cur. hue purchnsed , " Mr. Geo. T. Tlnsley, of Simtnens, was hero on buslncbs last Saturday T ' erty near Heda, to Osuar Ashley. Judge C. M. Mr. T. II. Maplo hns sold his prop- Crown wan In Frank- - Mrs. Lucinda Shanks, nhe it years old, la knitting for tht soldier, boys In France. This 1). Litchfield will begin a Rcr. A, fine example of patriotism an the part scries of revival meetings at Mt. Her-mo- n of this aged woman should Inspire SunM, K. Church South oa next the younger generation to renewed day. efforts to consult tha comforts at our dear boys In a foreign flald of Mr. I. S. Mason, of where ever In- war. surance Is to be written, was in Hartford and Taylor Mines first of this Mr. Press Wilson, of Grayson eoun-t- y week. and Mrs. Victoria Dasham were Mr. marrlod at Roslne yesterday. Tho Fiscal Court mot In special Wilson Is 70 and Mrs. Dasham 71 session here yestorday wttn all tho years of'ago. Mrs. Basham was forjustices and Couuty Attorney, Kirk, merly the widow of Vol Wilson, depresent. ceased, and by this lattor marriage takes tho name of Wilson for tho Mr. Ilnokor Williams, who has u second tlmo. position In Frankfort, enmo homo ou last Si tun! ii y to visit his family and Mr. M. L. Heavrln has received a bo at tho election. onrd from tho Rov. E. L. Mlley, nt Iillxavlllo, Ky stutlug that ho nnd Mosrs. Leo Hlrk and J. N. Parish, his wlfo went tboro to hold a moot-In- :; of Owonsboro, wero here Monday tvd t 'jo asJ Mrs Mlley boih tl-a- funds for the Y. M. C. A. work for our soldiers will be made tho week Our community of November Council which has a local War-Wor- k dug-ou- t In France, Y. M. From a will organize our campaign and 'it is C. A. ofilclals In this country have expected that our quota will bo cheerrccclvod a story that they regardt as fully given. e o. confirmation of the need which thoy hope to supply through their MASTKIl COMMISSIONER'S SALE. working units on the various fronts. Kentucky, Plaintiff, A Hritlsh "Tommle," sitting with Com'th of vs. Notice of Sale. In ono of the Trianhis messmates gle huts a tho front, told the story Pete Norman, et al., Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of himself und his mother. It had of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court enwhich to do with tho final good-by- o Soptcmbcr term, 1917. ho took of his mother, before leav- tered at its for the purpose of paying .tho judging his homo in London. After he vs. Pete Norhad bade farewell to the other mem- ment of Laura Miller man, amounting to $358.70 and the bers of his family, his mother took $39.C5, together him to her bed room where they cost .In this action, with the costs of this salo, I will ofcould be alone, and putting both looked fer for sale at public outcry at the hands on his shoulders, reports. court house door In Hartford, Ky., squarely into his face: 2C, 1917, It being said, "It is no use my on Monday. Nov. "Son," sho tho first day of tho regular term of Miss Llllie Goldnamer, of pretending that It does not break State home demonstrator, my heart to see you go. I know the the Ohio Circuit Court, at about tho will bo In Fordsvlllo on the 13th and long nights of waiting and anxiety hour of one o'clock p. m., upon a in Heaver Dam the 14th of this tnat arc ahead of mo wondering, credit of six and twelve months, the The month. Miss Goldnamer comes well praying, hoping. But It is not shrap- following described land interest of Pete Norman In a tract recommended and her demonstrations nel or gas that I am most afraid of. In bread making, &c, will bo worth I am a British mother, and If you go of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, witnessing. The ladles In these sec- tLat way, I shall know how to bear near Green River and on the waters Creek!, being a part tions will, no doubt, be repaid for lit I shall know what to tell my of Indian Camp sacrifice of time necessary to attend heart if they bring me tho word: of lots 1 and 3 of tho Lucy J. Reld as follows: Com-these two meetings. 'Your son has died In the service of land and bounded monclng at a' stone on the west side Ibis country.' Hut there are other Editor John II. Thomas has his things than shrapnel and gas at the of the Cromwell and Green River right arm In a sling as the result of front other and more deadly things Church road at tho corner of iMrs. u very bad sprain received Monday. I more deadly to you and to your Hobdy's land In the old Philadelphia church lot, running In tho center of Mr. Thomas was crossing the street mother's heart. the said road to a stone in corner of wagon loaded with lumber behind a "I brought you hero to my own and there was one piece sticking out room the room where you have Tilford's fence, corner marked on far beyond tho other which he did kissed me good night every night for stone, on south side of road; thence not see. The polo struck him about twenty years to ask you If, when S. to hickory and elm in tho Lucy J. him to tho you have como home to us again, you Rcid land, corner with the Liicker tho knees, throwing ground, ho falling with nearly all his will kiss your mother with as clean land on said trees; thence N. S4 E. weight on the arm that was Injured. a heart as you will kiss her tonight. 42 poles to a stako In big road, white Hartford Herald. That is what will bo on my heart oak marked on south sldo of said while you are away, and that is what road; thence with road south 75 east I want you to remember as the last 4 poles to a stone in the road, white "Orrible. oak marked on north side as corner Returned hero What was the word J had to say to you." Y. M. C. A. officials in America, in lot 3; thenco N. 20 E. 52 poles to moat 'orrlblo sight I over saw In the Why, the Sergeant one in the faith that mother is a fairly beech; thonco N. 13 W. IS polos to a trenches? night when I bnike the rum jar. I typical one, aro planning their war hickory, white oak nnd gum on the work with just that need in mind creek, one of the original Hues of tlu Passing show. '"American mothers," said Fletcher 2S7 acre survey: thence" up tho a S. Brockman, assistant to John H creek with- its meandorings to Ills Business. "What business are you engaged Moot, in tho direction of tho war stone on big road to Stewortsvlllc; work, "are not asking whether their thenco S with said road opposite in?" "Collecting." sons will como back, so much as how watering place on said creek, crossthoy will como back. Wo mean that ing said road and running with said "Collecting what?" "The living tho world owes me." they shall come back clean, and all creek with Us meandering to a maple cur endeavor shall bo directed to that and dogwood, cornering with James Shields, being corners In deed from w"ho Any Free-Tradbays the end." experience of the Lucy J. Held to W. G. Tilford; thence by American laborer Is benefitted It has been thu Free-Trad- e says that which is not armies at tho front that tho uioralo with original lino S. 4C W. DC poles-t- o the beginning corner, containing true, and he who so says knows it Is nnd tho morals of the men are apt not true. Cedar Rapids (la.) Lead- to be Impaired by various evil Influ 100 acres more or less and being ences unless positive substitutes for same land conveyed to Reuben Norer. these Influences arc set in motion, man by J. W. Cooper and wlfo on Tho Y. M. C. A. working units at the tho 3rd day of January 18S6, and ' NOTICE. Tho regular District Quarterly fronts huvo operated ou tho theory which deed Is of record In tho Ohio meeting of the Farmers' that healthy sports and pastlmey County Court Clork's ofBco In Tobacco Growers' Association will satisfy just the need which fre- Deed Book 14, page 305. Said will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 13, ut 10 quently, In their absence, lead tho land to be sold subject to the dower All men to seek loss desirable methods rights of the dependant, Ann Nor a. "in., Owensboro, at office. How precisely cor- man. urged to bo present. members of recreation. The purchaser will be required to J.'E. GREGORY, Pros. rect this theory is may be learned a from tho accounts recited by officers execute bond immediately after sale. See W. E. ELLIS k DRO. for who have witnessed tho process. It which bond shall be approved by the bale tics and poultry wire. Prices means a happier and a healthier unit Commissioner, and a lien will be reright. 19t4 of fighting men, und that means a tained ou said land us additional se sturdier and less readily impaired curity. Given under my' band, this NovEureka aud Swuitsdown Flour for morale. Games, social intercourse, relig- ember 7th, 1317. $12.50 per barrel at W. E. ELLIS & OTTO C. MARTIN, DUO'S. 19t4 ious services and human ministration Master Commissioner. of all kinds, have token the place of 1 J 13 V. E. Smith, Attornoy. evil Influences and doubtful advenm Picture Putrom Notice. tures lu all those camps where the NOTICE. Owing to the Excise tax placed up-- a Y M. C. A. has been able to estabAfter October 1, 1017, I will he In picture films, the added express- - lish working units, according to the the office of Dr. A. II. Hiley from 1 :00 age and tax on same, which has been reports on morale made by the offp. m. to 4:00 p. m., nnd In my ofllco doubled aud a 10 per font war tax icers ou tho various fronts. This Y. over Williams DruK Store from 0:00 upon tickets sold, we will be com- M. C. A. War Work Council means a. in., to 13:00 noon. pelled to charge 15 cents admission to extend its operations until no sin-gDlt. E. It. PENDLETON. 14tf fighting unit shall bo without the to all of our shows In tho future, be ginning Frkluy ulght. tcrvlco which tho Y. M. C. A. unit PAY YOUR 'FAX. can render. It Is determined, in the STAR THEATRE. . words of Mr. Hrocrfinan, to bo ublo jiist TWENTY ftlbliE DYH TAX NOTICE. lo tell every American mother and m,;i)UE THE PENALTY GOES ON every mothor In tho countries of tho YOtUt TAX. PAY NOW AND Pay your taxes now nnd wive the Allies jhut her son will not bo prey- - AVOID TIIK HUSH. penalty which will go on soon. ed upon by tho enemies of his soul, . KEOWN, Sheriff. H. ' ' whllo ho Is lighting tho enemies of 8. O. KEOWN, S.iIo or TruilP. Rhcrlir Ohio County. his country. It ho 1b permitted to como back nt all, cny they, ho will One 10 h. p., J. I. Cuso Eugiuo, al- 278 pastors attended tho 78th Mem- - como back sound and clean an when so well drilling outfit aud ouo com- V, T. JACOI1S, puis annual conforoneo, bold at Mur-- , ho left. pluto saw rl. : eampnigu to provide istfly r., 2, liuufurij, Ky. ou th 7th. A aatlou-wi- d 11-1- 9. er ro Ellza-bcthtow- n. to-w- lt: 1- -7 J : er lo r Y. ft!. V. A. WOKKKK8 ARE BUSY IN FRANCE I I SVaMHBMVJB.23 such as molting and tho spring during April, May, and production, RffiM broodlncss. Tlio test was conduct- Juno whllo tho greatest cost oc"a.xi curs in Octobor, November, nnd ed on tlio experiment farm ot tho HOTEL Tho lowest monthly feed of Animal Industry, at Uclts-vlll- c, Mil. Summarizing tho refill's cost of a dozon eggs In any ot theso Attorney Law N! " tho specialists draw experiments was 4 cents, whllo In or s o vulnerable as when tho Insect u.ifin Pnji(M l.'op Winter. UARTl-'OUD- , sonio cases no orri at nil wcro protneso conclusions: KV. n I of crcat lmnortnnco tlint nil la In tlio pupal or wintering stngp, duced during tho month. AvrrnKo 'KK YloMi. Will practlco his profslon In Vbli the potatoes raised this year should nn entomologist of tlio United Statoi Tho average egg yield for tho first AUd ndjoliilug cMititIf. Commercial -" proper cu bo stored unuor ""' ! ," , " , 184.108.40.206 10 convey . r ' nI1 Pn" wn8 131 B "w Tl' 'W'- nd Crlmhul 1,'ractico n SioIalty. Men wiinn curj iiriwuumi Is taken, iccent publication 35- -' Out in Nobrasha. a county agent and tho highest pen avcrago jluhl of poiaiois during tho to farmers ways of making lire very was ICO. 5 eggs. In tho second had experienced much difficulty In i tho wastage . LL ofamericaij I under bad unhappy for this sorlous pest, Thl, year tho avcrago egg yield of all 'interesting a certain farmer in pro- winter is . t. . ... nnn.niini.t nt atnr.iirn. it s vory emit publication, Farmers imiicttn sr- -, pens In a city tvhtte cosJ liotcli The Ilollworm or Corn Karworm, indeed bound, the Pswluuu UtiCt the This farmer, who, was to 78.2 eggs in tho third la lug campaigns. lnu the best methods by K. C. nishop. describes tho Insect, In order that of much Inlluenco In tho community, It It flrit In tho btttu of lu Ky. habits, nnd control methods, of may bo adopted . by tho small ...-grow-.It- s countrymen. considered Ills own Individual suc. I.. i.ii. c.n ,.i,.,i.,r-- lu tli.. mnj in. ..-- . .. l" average .uuo in "- " " wno nave not nan uiu crs, those feed cost tho first laying year was cess a proof that Government Hifjliway nnd Draiiuiflc pcrionco In tho storage of potatoes, portant. with farmers Is entirely un$2. EG per hen, falling to $1.41 the .Miinoi oi liio ivurm. Dcsifjn. tho chief causes of tho should know second year, nnd to $0.79 tho third necessary. A special representative Tho worm has sereral names wastage. These causes are: average vuluo in nt tho extension olllcu of the United . year. Tho highest bollworm, corn earworm, First Sweating, heating and con any pen was $3.41. States Department ot Agriculture frultworm, nnd falso budworm of sequent rot: often duo to insulllclcnt fowls con-- ! who visited that section was told of ' Tho general-purpos- o TTtwtnr tlinen TinniOM It In ventllntion. He . n,.riv nil nnri. f .Burned annually 72 pounds of feed, tho case by tho county ngent duo to potatoes .,i.,i. Two Hotting: which cost ? 1.1 3. while the Leghorns went to the farmer nnd found 1.1m rrKncJ, The Ponlulan getting wet at the tlrao ot putting tho United States, and the dlinlaBP It cxctl anil rrftlul 65 pound ..which cos S7 cents f cod and unresponsive lent localioti on IVnturbninu it noes is increasing from year to them in storage. were obtained with, ""ion nro standing In tho way of Gootl rcsults Avenue. 18th ami It SticcK. xcar. Tho character or Its attack males it s deniable heajq'iaf Third Injury from frost. ntry when your country Is wlt" nnd wlh?ut iwn. juui UKAVKIl DAM, KV. lci (or ttiilal couplet, tourlit on all tho crops affected Is similar. irlulu"3 '""" Fourth Decay: owing to disea30 1,lls Bral" at,(,c'1 vnrlety ,nt war," said the special agent to the lartief, convcntioi.s, Schools an J 'T,,e us0 of , colleges. in tho tubers at the time ot stor The caterpillars usually bore into anJ 't0 "10 rat,on without Increasing th farmer finally. "Do you realize i Ofllro Jhiiich TnIor's I,lvory rUrn. the attract The Powhatan feed within the plant tissues age. people of culture AnJ education. that?" nifihirn flm Inonnt ,.' n ninth 'cost. l1.n. lis proximity to State, War ami ' Five -- Sprouting of tubers in the " h"n'1 P- '"' "" " " Natv IJci'art.ncnts, also to many Inches across) or miller about 1 spring. points vl Imtoiieal interest, nny beef scrap or, thought of It that way."' lows not fed makes this hotel especially at .. wings when spread. It varies, . ,. , nA It Is not posslblo to prevent alto- thonolnH tractive to a Uiscrirmtiiting pub i.vu, uw uiiiik ui ii. iii.il. niij tvrr a II frll f lirniVtl ft nlivO tidier .lllllllill liiu.uill iuiu uiiij .iu causes, but In lie. gether losses from these .jr.-n- i , nnin vniinw. n.,.i it I, com- - "MB lrlng their pullet year com-- 1 awhile." suggested the special agent The Powhatan ofTert rooms . .... ..w--t by using tho best methods of stor- r,a.a w j,137 eggs from tho beef-- , "The man who doesn t help his eoun- with detached bath at tl.iO, monly seen flying about in the even- - pared with 32.00 anJ up. Rooms with pri age, it Is posslblo to reduce them iimiD nud S4 compared with try nt this time is hurting his couu- "1 THADCMAnrtS trwuMlv 0.i I ,l.t.a otUJiiol In vale bath, $2.30, $3.00 .J up. li.re nr pntnrnltliipd ri rw"'' iu..c, very materially. All cwuuuir. r no I .. liuitin PATCNT9 On " Tlin lfirvnn ..al t 11.11 in.n.l n..H Tlin tnm . UIMI tIII l.l.t ...... .llllnt.tf .!... 1IIU Ihb3 V't.l. Write for hooi-feOil 111 V.'tlllll tiilh imp, THAT PAV'inM'a"iruiiuy, at o,i- ...ov l.i.tpl.o.1 .. ...... taking caro ,.,, ,nll wl.nn.. flrot , ............... Wlion lof the UlUll SUUllll pens cost about your country Is at ..Villi Is a prettynilll This may be dono by u.l uxTta. ..0 .. CLIFFORD V LC'VIS. tir".irodel. wlp Toil l sketch fur rnct repnrt .,.... war ... !,- . ,, bd .,., , , . pholoor SihI 1 to guard against losses from each mi. grown they ...,...........- - ...... Ii.n. prouut-- u. . u. ,,. uo. uw por uoki. .uuru . on iVfntA&iiit;, W w ytirf ' , cs In length, and their color varies pass IN a nirrtirrirrn. For fn nun of theso causes: Hold sa'tl "" far,"or'! U ' ia m ,cso C0Bt tlle "ou hH, ivh'K n rrunuiii rtinu.imio First Sweating and heating oc- from pale green to almost black. woruflrs,1 Lrj B03-B0- 8 or the first time dur- cond ; lm iir CUT-Sovonth Otrnot, cur If tho freshly dug potatoes are They leave the plant when fully fed year. a,'0,ut f01"al d"ri"B, beef scran Ing the interview. "ou don t think WASHINGTON, D. C. into the ground, where piled In too largo piles, so that tho and . I am tliat kind of a man, do you' laid very poorly in winter, thus mato-111 " " air can not circulate between the linv fnrm n 1:1 ml of pnll which thi'V pl'illv reducing tho value ot their III do anything for my country. Ill tMn.fA.m in lit, rnatltii. atntrn. Tin . .. tubers. Tho risk of loss from this iiuuiiiuiui iw ... iviiiiiitj u.ej.-light eggs. ." THE cause Is greatest In the fall, Imme- last brood in tho fall stnys In tho Ilett'N Your Chance, Cottonseed meal used in place of, SEWING 4 to C inches diately after tho tubers havo been ground at a depth of "All right," .nld the agent "Here's beef scrap as a high protein feed in MACt-iiN- E dug, and It is, therefore, important until warm weather the following tho ration produced brown or 'green- - vmir chance. Set that your farm OF f, , mat. potatoes wnuii uuK, s.iuum uui o. ,s of t,10 )tg Qn t,1Q ln. sh alu a ,ho farms' , your QUALITY.! I Tfp'tok. WILL YOU nlle3. Importmit Step in Contfolllnf; rest. lift nut In unnecessary larce .especially in warm weather, making crease their yields and their cultl- TAKE Through breaking of tho land In room. nor KLiu in picturesque. a considerable proportion of them un- - vatcd acreage It Hotting from getting the no- - , which tho worms havo burled them- Two it is service real service, groat market. Hggs were produc-.bu- t flt f NOT . If tho potatoes, at the selves for tho winter, at some time fntoos wet ,noro cijcaply and at a consider- - nnd genuino SOLD .It .! ma uiiu."--- I ,i.j nrt WM 111 fl II.' I "" III WIIllIT. IN LI1I II1I1?.!. 1111 !ably greater profit on tho beef-scra- p nlln.cn. n bc u iiit;b11JB u" " what tho Government wants you to U N.D E R A Trialaent ; and to go Into storage In that con - portant single step in controlling! ANY 'do. That's tho purposo of these .ration. to occur. Bo this pest. The practlco of fall anA dltion, rotting is sure for WEAK special county organizations. That 3 oTHcn I'isli Meal as Source of rrotein. pnrnfnl in liavft vottr notatoes drv be- - wintor plowing, aside from boll NAME. Kish meal at S7 a ton less than .what these emergency county agents, LUNGS or worm control, is desirable because It foro storing. scrap proved to ho a good hlgh-Jik- o tho 0110 In this county, arc urg- -' puts . tho beef CONSUMPTION ifsyJrfjsg Three Injury from frost: l'ota- - con&erves the moisture, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. J protein feed, which can bo used to Ing. What about It? Your country toes are easily damaged by frost. If ground in better condition for plant- - advantago to replaco beef scrap. Tlio. wants jou to help. IOitlier you will Ifyoti purchsiM) tlio NIV HOMi: you will they become frozen, their market ing and enables the farmer to plant Jn nny wy yoI won.tIUH" If you wo.t he,p hnve n life netnt the ; price you w, ana win A quick fflif I fot thai litrJ. run Jown frflinc. Tiipn.fnrn. i.iVn at the Droner tlmo tne loilowing not liavc nn cnillcsn chain of rralrs. vninn io 1ircirnv1.1i coushi, palm In chrt. nlslil tttraU. hermit quality of the eggs. the flavor or ivoiir own country, jou are indirectly 1-' evory precautioiu to protect tho tub- - spring. Furthermore, fall plowing rlucr. tvrak lunc. or comumrllon. 11 it doet tlio enemy. What your General purpose fowls allowed to helping 1. nol help you il co.ta ron nethlnt. i ee1iinnnra lit f ... Quality il - .ttnl m. nitrto rf .. ers uom irosi oetore aim .titer .us- .uauu uhb mash C0MtUucnl9 co,ntry wants votl lo do ,8 (o pIant . ... , ibornnting places of chinch bugs and :nx n .inn itincii nniiiniiinipi nnniii .,. ft t n. .inn.i pinr? . . . . OHIO MEDICAL CO. ConjiJcxe SLSJ.." i r im nnnniniivn ' . ,' Fourth Dl3ea so. There .are sev- - other destructive insects. Tho bul-- 1 ' it a the '' '. eral diseases 0 f the potato which letln mentioned also discusses other,' 9 ner cent bran, and 9 iuv production. It Is all ficurcil out to " means or combatting tho worms as, 'scran. Chcapcjt , destroy tho tube: r. and if diseased , , tubers are mixed with the sound they appear on crops in the spring, in the end AA WirifTft?1 I, ouu-a-, oi..u-auu.u 2G per cent beef scrap, and 4 pnr arranged. z&otw-KZ- . The community organia- to buy. thereforo, it Is necessary to sort the Thrift Thought. ccnt cach ot bran IU1(1 In,a(Ulngs. No tions. in each communl- &C potaloes carefull, eliminating all of skim ,,..,.. rpslIa u.rft 0illainn(1 ,... tbu'tv ihrmiimii ihn irnim.i s.nin. ., Don't throf away left-ovwrite for If you . .. . .... w .. 0..UH. ...w ....,. ,... . w the disease, the cuts, culls and dirt milk.suys the United States Depart- - mctllod of fcedinB tna whoro tho c"ssontlal to tho reaizaUon ot this our lateHtcauiouo before yu purcluuio. ueroro placing uiem into permanent. mont of Agriculture. It Is a nutri-- 1 Ero,,.1(- - grain3 were mised together national plan and that plan is ah- - T1.6 KeW Ilcma SEin2 HacIUHS Co.. Orange, M2SS. storage for tho winter. All of the tlous food, and every drop of it , a ,m.SU-cutsolutoly neccssnry of accomplishment culls, misshapen and diseased should be used. Ono way to utilize Sonio GooI Jlnshcs. if wo arc to win the wnr. Now wo soups. tubers should bo fed to the poultry it a to mako Gooa ,nasieg as indicated by those are trying to organize tills country In Soup. and live stock, but should be steam- 0porimcnts. maybe made ot GC per harmony with this plan. You have ed or boiled before being fed, as In j To each 2 cuprula of milk uso llcent corn n,cai( c per cent beef opposed It. Don't you seo what that this way you Increase tho food value, jtablospoonful of flour, 1 tablespoon- - !crap, and 4 per cent each ot bran means?" " r butter, and nlso destroy tho germs of the of a cup- - an,, ,!,!,,!-- ,, 0r HUME p0unil8 0f cor:i "When is that county meeting?" j I disease, so that it will not get Into fui of a thoroughly cooked vegetable. mcn, .ld , pollnd Crtch of i)ran,mld. asked tho farmer. tho manure, and thonce into the finely chopped, mashed, or lut UnB8. anil necf wrap. wHli a Bcratcn I lanu. inrougn a sieve, ana salt to taste. feed in each ration of equal parts by and make "I'll bo thoro Fifth By proper ventilation of Thicken tho milk with tho Hour as wolghts of cracked corn, wheat, and a speech. You are mighty right I 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS tho cellar or storngo room, and by for milk gravy and add tho other in- - oats, which is fed so that tho. hens hadn't thought of it that way. You'll I TiTXP Infoiroed of the World's ProirrrM Snl holding tho temperature us near 35 gredients. LnBinpcnnc, Mechanics nnd Invention. TorJ receive about equal parts of scratch nqver havo another chnnco to insinu1 8 Father and Son nnd All the It nr.ncals) degrees F. as possible, you can keep any vcgetauie cxcopi feed anu 0 lnasi,, ate that I am not with my country loanciaMea uiu niui jounjr- - Aiennnu worneu-- . ' potatoes from sprouting. mo r Aroma Ainazinn ininou.tndoc tho ii tomatoes may bo used with tho oths T1 on free range cave In this war." lunin throughout tlio wiuM. Dur orrlirt& 'orrrpnnJftiti are ronntantly vn thi watrh Selection of Seed. Seed for next cr ingredients as stated. If tomatoes M for tluotf Lef uaiX line renting auj It U considerably greater egg yield than Tho Nebraska farmer spolto that year's planting should bo selected are used, a little soda should be add- - t!l0ge connnod to n d yard. night. And by a unanimous voto the Written So You Can Understand It The Shop Nalw DPrtmnt ("ft l'irI cnnuluiirtmi nuts mat pruuucu mi mix-- , true cu to tnem to prevent the milk from Thj (jjffcronco Was less marked in mooting arranged for organized agriGUAKANTKK1) 8KKVICK wijri lor tutiTtuiicai jiiuiaiorhiiopuorKAnariu-nnmni iio itrmtD 10 ui inirjc (17 l'rurm) Jiomo. to lypo potatoes', meso snouia ix curding. general-purpos- o Ono hundred work throughout that counI hens. fur tho lloyi noil tho cultural imitiur Mechanic UnhowtorjimkeWlro lllrlawhollkuturoakiithtngvi selected at tho digging time, and tem unit lfliizrr h Otitlltn. KtiLltiiL. ItoAta. Hiuim ty value. Special work for W. Cost of Green Feed. .hoc JowrliT, Furnttitru, etc. cotnlni hi 41 Kgg.Protluclns l'ccds. btored separately in crates or boxes, ruction for t Un lIcchaaU,0iotK-- n J bjortJtui oats fed U3 green feed Sprouting 0. W. SINGLE COPIES. ISr t.SO PER YEAR Freezing. and by storing them in a Feed to product! ono dozen eggs 10 ilens confined to yards cost about W. F. STEVENS. OrtJf trm Mf tMa r .rr trmm ! pvWlMmt. nt Smpij cpy will b rqyt. Clnronco "Would you scream If I d toom, where tho temperature can .costs 10 cents with pullets, 14 cents jjo cents per ben a year and 1 cont Hartford, Ky. II. r. D. 7. POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINO O No. Mkhlum Av4nu. CHICAGO hens, nnd 19 cents pPr (i0zcn eggs, not Including any kissed you?" bo held at from 34 to 40 degree?, ) wt n Representing Continental Clara "Do you flatter yourself hon3, In a thrco-yoa- r Marble & Granite Co. .with a little ventilation, nnd this with charges for labor and equipment, peed 'plnntcd next spring, tho grow-- : feeding test recently reported by, The hens ato on an avcrago in ono that I would be speechless with joy?" cr will mako a start toward Improv poultrynien of tho United States B"-- ! yoar about 1.3 pounds of oyster shell fc vu3Pz.z:yML. . Ing tho quality of his potatoes, in- - jpartment of Agriculture. Theso were an,i 0.7 of a pound of grit, which KSE-8-T.j3 a of as in tho past, simply tho cost figures of feed at tho timo gethor cost about 1 cent per hen. and CH3KLT planting the culls or runouts. pho Leghorns did not lay as well of tho experiment, which began la 1912, and must bo corrected to prcs-'i- ,, tl0 wiuter as tho general-purpos- a AVnsto la Holding Ilogs. ent prlcos. Tables of rations nnd Ji0rds, especially during their soc A loss of live weight of hogs and costs presented In tho report enablo onj year, but tho Leghorns produc- wusto of feed result from tho prac- - poultrymon to mako theso corroc-- , (.,i CKS about J cents por dozen Mre. Brown Fintico of purchasing local hogs In small tlons when compared to 1917 prices, t cheaper during their first your, 6.4 No Relief lots and holding them in local stock- - in Uullotin 5C1 of tho department 0nti cheaper In their second year, ally Cured by Lydia E. yards until a carload shipment Is Cost of Kgg Production," Mi ana j,x cents cheaper In their third 11 1 Trbl C W f rtc-'ciPO i.S'b Pinkham's Vegetable in detail tbi? ycr than tho general-pMrpobroods. lected, accordins to specialists ot the cpccialiits describe Ar;DfliLTHnoATAHni.urQYtioc:t:3. Compound. produf-Tho- y com- - (, pen 0f Lcthorn pullets Unitod Statos Dureau ot Markets, test, which was undertaken t G UA U A 1 1 'J?12IvD li A riSPJVCi'tillY J point out that at this and other pare tho costs of various rations fed ,d CIC n their first year at a feed z?. U! u'js.u-- j ii oit Koarrr nrruiiDKn. r-i '.. a: of- - under ecneral farm Much ,e., 0f S.7 cents per doien, while seasons when runs are light, It Cleveland, Ohio. "For years I sufiaanv jirirs-rT-? cTy.;nnvTiiTicTTrRCSt. ton takes lotal buyers tour or five Information relating t feeding un- - ,'it Talue of the eggs per hen for the fered so sometimes It socmed oa though t.L J 1 couiu not Btanu was ytt,r was $2.41 over cost ot food, days to nsscuiblo enough small lots der the various conditions y r ,r."';,, W IU11.KI iJV b it nny longer. It il' IllJOU 11.111 tnmt know life cu Weight of Km. for a carload. As facilltios for feed learned In rao experiment. ftf t a ""1 was nil in my lower what linew In buklue-- a no lnau- - 'siVfi. vn r . try. in liircntlen und Test Inclndod SM VowU. and wntwring are Interior in smnll The average weight ot a deien organs. At tunco l Get out of tho rut; get on the Urlnjr Uo. Rul fowl Starting with G pons ot St nullsu ZBt frora the general-purpos- e make no further yards, the hog could hardly walk, StstyjsBKai! gains on tholr feed and often luffor each, tho test wn enlarge, to in- - i tiring their pullet year wae 1.13 for if I stepped on a pnocunco aiid nrrcnopo. Ull uulrl, during their second littlo ctono I would uctunl loss or live weight. Local elude 1C penis containing 8C fowls, pounds, l.( k. ibii'l (urii iU.lore. ill., ilritiviti Iiuw tu vbuun Iku lribt, tnvl. tiAj, almost faint. Ono t'.M buyers, theroforo, would do well to Most of tho pens were made up of 31 your, and 1.6X during their third eopji.4u,mii IN ALt CUUIirillLJ. day I did faint and pullets, bred and roar- - ing year. Tho eggs frora tho Leg-o- f :. lint. iH Waitlitglon n cortnln day for tlio delivery .tnndard-hre- d Jlmhust J f my husband was tSe mort Inwrcttlre and oitful raarnttn. end tnonry a i. iyf n vcjtiifw. y wunn. urory oiunu, so- - born Uie liivKrtl wonf averaged 1.45 pounds during lots from tho vnrlous farms and cd under tho samo conditions and nd PhcIIch txeli'tWc', sent for and tho doc300 Pictures 300 Artldoi j 1 r runt, iu uj ie load und ship without holding. Farm- - lected for vigor, Htandard shape, and tholr pullot year, and 1.49 during tor came. I was ta- til for only JS cnt. All th new Mi nd tiUt BtrHt, mix Unl'wt Elitw I'tUnt CSm, I I era albo could club together to mako color. Sonio lloeks consisted of fowls their second and third years, WASlTjriCTOtl. D. C. tfAKEMB ken to tho hospital tnrentlont in eicciriciu- im ,th.".. ... -nj neroiilann, In 'UETJ.y wivxujtijsr9 as: of tho genor- - end stayed four weeks but when I camo lutoineblle ami In uactiiuery. ihopwork aU up carload shipments on of ono breed, whllo othors contained Tho ln furuilnii 32 por homo I would faint just tho sumo nnd fowls decreased regular week days, II1113 Having Iho moro tlian ono kind of puro-bro- d How to null tblnce l home, to pnttierr rr JtOc I i? VI ' ' I vt, noullry uout, month, lucluainn typo. Crnt In tholr second laying year. Tho had tho same pains. margin lost iu Individual small-lo- t fowls of tho genoral-purpos- o fuiultuie, autcioohlle ilicp tepalrt, etc to f.fmnnv.n,1tlnr. trtvlM.Ylnr MfAf. 1. I. .Sill pullets also wcro .tencase was cousldorably less iu the jl'oim of cross-bre- d nulling. A friend who is a nurso asked mo ll U written In pUin EnilitU for men ni Uy,. nvorago egg try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgctablo I rchorns, their .used. 15 Cent a Copy$I.E0 a Year I hegnn taking it that very day Get It from a nrwulMler or write direct to With tho exception of three locks auction exceeding that of the gen- GOOD llesl Way to Knullcalo Corn liar- deal. It has ropular Science i broeds by 19 oggs. The for I was suffering a great which woro confined to Mtiiin. ..M".' good than the rnnr TMiteMrrt'Milj"MJZ..Ui Strlko nt tho bollworm or corn yards, nil tho fowls woro allowod free 3. reao In production from tho ebc- - already dono mo moro rnCiC' f.r iMiuce u4 aulnri ua nnyono who Is BUfferlnfj to tho third year was only 4 per hospital. To full. IMowIiik liau range over sovorul ncres of rough .Mttt'jrm in thu Secured ei Your fulonjy t3ac!t is to stop in the- first wonpon limd. I.nln lied records wero kept of ,nt with tho Leghorns, compared as I was my advice a bottle of Lydia fc. If Votl tttltn Ow Dr pr-U10 most offficllva "ri'i . '!,. druc-stor- o nnd get tmlruuif tlMt 1.11 ...un 1...1... "'..' innjd. tho wUht of tho oggs. t. .Mi 13, per cut In tho ganoral-pur- ' t tbl $34,000,080 ymt. The tt' "." Mill l'inkham's Vogatnblo -. Compound befo CiJl on Tito lUMilillii tttf nm Pull . . lNtAINIKuS'i. ' ' . bwod-- t il(in wpretiiHde W. (J. Lhowh, JU) of this nvM of rottPtj you f" rttutltm ouw. ' ugs aiu prouucea in 's'"'-.. . St., Uw.vc.-i.- J, Y. '. Farm Department "". . " Hu-rc- nw. Professional Otto C. Martin at u ! powiiata: wV .:.,,.. iMGT0Hf '' .. ',,..,, .... ..',, "'' "w fesi5J O.EJAYLQR.CE. Beaver Dam, I DR. ." HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. E. 1- -3 ' ,, ... """ farr' -. .-- irnyt a.-- ,"" W .., t '11-1- T i I prM-il- l Y' f . -- ' ; i I. !1 I ...,.. ftni-in- c0t. NEW Pill VtAAP-3Pft OUR i llrillji i HIIIffDI1 IMl J-B6w mm GERMINAL REMEDY . j m ;.., 'r pQR ONE MONTH ew .... ... ... i u.Bu-JBu- - ... ,.,, .,.. RE PKFPA'WB !. riS er -- t milk-vegetab- le fi two-thir- T "To-night- ." POPULAKMCHANICS I AAGAZINB TTJttrjfh-- 1 Let-horn- fair-size- f - . , 1 r well-ligh- t- ad mm weeks w s?Qsra the Get on Firing1 Line a out ufC.SJ -- lw. 1 -- BisGosssyj col-"F- st ' ! na. m 1S .icli-nc- S I Fopmlar Science viontniy - S tikm11. af fy 'J "'-te- '& rcfrU-erator- Com-poun- d. r- -( icrami-,i.ruu- 111 - .' OSDTBO'M frl " .'f r r --- --t 4 .uiut 2S-1- iui t"r " JJLJ at . urtf J . lJf.t-S- J ". T Wagons! "Wagons! Wagons! von luiv vmi slintilfl nxrtmino OUT illind niudo fjirm wngons. They run lighter, tiro nmdo of Ttafnrn X the very best material and last far longor than any niacin no mado wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. Wo also t I do all kinds of Blacksmith. ng and Ro- - J pairing, e&puciully the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. . $ wr .. ..i wo .r i..n;n ...i uisu iiiuivu u apcjiiiiiiy ui ir iniiauBiiuuuiis --- ...!.. nw1 t earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. o Respectfully yours, ! A. B. Row Thirty-fiv- e St. Son Centertown, Ky. yeais experience in the shop. irfsKrvviMiMisMimitxscr.29jmiiii. IlKIti: Louisville IS A GOOD I'liACK TO STOP MTTLK MONKV & Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6tli on the The Only Hotel in loiiisll!e American nml Kurupciiii Plans. OiK-rnte- 7th AMIMtlCAN PliAN (With Meals) Itoonis without Itath hut with slnRlo, $2.00 75 Rooms single, 2.00 CO Itooms 3.00 CO Front Rooms, single, Rooms ultli Private Ilath: single, 3.00 CO Itooms single, 3.50 60 Itooms i;UItOPi:.X PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Itath hut with lint and Cold per dny; per day; per day; per dny; per day; 2 2 2 2 UtinnliiK Water. people, $2.00 each people, 2.2K each people, 2.50 each people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each 2 Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, $0.75 each 75 Itooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each CO Itooms 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each CO Front Itooms. single, Itooms with Private Itath: single, 1.50 per day; 2 pcoplo, 1.25 each CO Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 50 Itooms THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. IhiroKan Plan Only. Itooms Without Itath, 91.00 and up; Itooms With Private Hath, $1.50 and uji Rest KatltiK Place In Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesalo walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a HOTEL AM) OLD IXN COMPAXV, Props. LOUISVILLE IIIIIBIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII H Vanderbilt Training School for Boys m m m m S3 El ea K a a M 1 ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their eons into tho best type of citizoirs and Christian gentlemen. Its pationago is widely scattered and conies from tho best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be mado early. IMaeo your son in this select gioup of boys. Write u U m S3 e a H E3 E3 m m I? a H HI H U g fa MATHENEY BATTS Box A. S gg For catalogue and information. No Combination .of Reading Like It and All For II IV $ it lMJ. JJ inr.wcF.Ta1 MmlV .uchv 1 U4 X Jr T4ifnf laTHEWUTirS COMPANION 1352 and The Youth's Companion 62 ISSUES fTheBestTwo The favorite family weekly of America, li. Gtcat siTun or uioupj in 1917, una 2M Short btcric. a thousand Articles and SuKRCihoni. a thousand 1 bpedrl 1'jgw lot ull use. unny-ism- Jl C&Sk 12 '3SUC" of frw tfCALMMAGAZINB Jflfa, JM fsMagazin o Tfcc jftiacn.ivTHOKilS: SoUojeu by raiiutnwtir wuuwii. of aoothly issues .H will ate the VcCaU'8. m.uoo w: .snerav but uJiiiMG DUfUina every uuncn ox ul7. U ISSUES AND A URCSS tATtfM, IJsSR jJSXSwim - UtT I'ttcra for... r.u. llcniy ur.r (44lt lOICivrolor til ruptr In wUth of tU4 Jnlnh't. M 1 I2 rnvtPANiriM fnr r,' wrpln. ind tlip 1917 Home Calendar. (ThWOU Is to MfW Youth's ComiunloniuLiciiben only.) HcCALt'3 MAGAaNUeverj month for one year: also choice of any . for Scmtj extra to cover nicilin. lv i,aiiUiesil..itnl'JliI-TH1 YOUTH S CONlPANiON. St. Paul St.. BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS ssM'TMsTsTiMsVITII itflr.lflfflnTlWw iwwliiinrT rniriTTmmnT am balance ot trado as a means of keepmmfgsaaaKmmnj yimmmirrmjp xm.mmmiLmjfgaixmsiM)nMmimMV9M tMfummmttm. ing money In this country. In order to dlscourago Americans from CAMPS OF GERMANS buying abroad and thus Bonding gold abroad, wo maintained a Protcctlro Tariff. Augusta (Mo.) Konnobcc FJIKNGII ANI ALBANIANS IIAKI3 Journal, 10.13.17. m CAMP WITH MACHINIC GUN FIKIC. Mrs. P. O. Rtticholl Tells How Sho t'uretl Her Hon of n Cold. 'When my son Ellis was sick with (Start Corrospondoneo of Tho Amo-elate- n cold last winter I gavo him Chamberlain's Cough Ilemcdy. It helped Press.) full of life and action, filled with the 1 (ire of fine inspiration and followed him at onco and quickly broko up Army Iloailquartcra, Fiorina, by 250 short stories of adventure, hi cold," writes Mrs. P. O. Stuchell, Oct. fi. Gun. Grosottl, Will IllilbU remedy has In clilof ot tho loft wing of Homer City, Pa. This 'been in uso for many years. Its the Army of tho Orient, was at hoadquartora hero a few days ar;o good qualities havo been fully proven !by many thousands of pcoplo. It Is when Ills chief or staff, Col. t and unfo to take. ni arrived vlth wclcomo news c in of a big sticceas. Our party had Just from Gen. Sarrall's head- t HANK HOIIIinn AM) Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Parje, Boys' Page, arrived Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of quarters at Salonlki, and thl gave CASIIinit KIDXAPPKDi Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best tho opportunity of sharlnB In tho minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone good news and of observing Its Glonwood, Ark., Novombcr 4. When tho French official account Flvo unmasked men held up tho in me iiuiuc. i ucicis iiu age limit lo enthusiasm for The was verified and the Gorman account Bank of Glonwood nt 1:30 o'clock Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. was proved to ho Incorrect. tho yesterday afternoon, kidnaped If you do not know THE COMPANION let ut icnd you Three Current Iiiuet good news was cashier, K. E. Hallman, nnd esCol. Besancon's FREE. Inclote IhU Coupon with your 52 Times a Year tho French forces, caped witli htm and ?8,000 in an that request. not 12. with tho Albanian mountaineers, had automobile. Thoto who lubtcriba now. tending $2 caught an Austrian detachment In a for tho G2 luuci of THE COMPANION Two of tho men entered tho rear More good reading than you will for 1915, will receive Tho Companion get in any of the monthly pocket and mado short work of It. and two went in tho front door of tho Home Calendar FREE. magazines. Tho Austrlans had stacked their arms building. Tho bank employes and camp duties several patrons were covered with 6 and were about their SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE with their coats off. Suddenly the revolvers nnd after tho robbers got THE IIAUTFUltU KEPUHUCAX AND VO UT1 PS COMPANION, BOTS French and Albanians burst on them all the money in sight, using Ilall-hia- n ONE YEA It FOK ONLY S2.7fi as a shield, thoy backed outsldo from surrounding hills, sweeping tho camp with a machine gun fire from to their automobile and dashed away. We Knock the Spots Out of Things a high cliff. Tho fight was quick and Assistant Cashier Glbbs organizno time ed a posso and started in pursuit in awful. Tho Austrlans had to got their guns. They were liter- nn automobile. Tho bandits wero ally annihilated. Those who were sighted several miles out from town, not killed, surrendered. Tho count but they forced Hallman to stand Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesed dead numbered '300, the prisoners orect on tho rear seat and tho pursons explained by Moving Piclosso3 suers dared not flro for fear of hitFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed la A 4 CO. Tho French-Albania- n ture machine. Seven big DeSuperior Manner. was only three men killed and bcvon ting him. partments Shorthand, Bookwounded. The robbers began firing at their Send us your Garments and HftT4 keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Say Germans "Fibbed." pursuers and when the assistant tThem ExMusic, Primary Normal. communique cashier's machine was getting In Tho French official pert teachers. Modern equipIncident, with tho closo range, ono bullet hit the driv-o- r, duly recorded this . CLEANED CLEAN ment. Position assured. Roy Watson, tearing away one of killed and wounded. Tho German Packages called for and delivered. Write for catalogue. communlquo also referred to It, but his fingers. Other posses were orgave o, different version. According ganized and started in pursuit of tho THE EL TE PRESSING CLUB to tho Germans, the French made an bandits, who were headed toward Daviess Co. Bus. College attack, which was repulsed with loss. tho hills across the state line In OkA. Iva Nail, Prop. Incorporated That night tho American ambulance lahoma. HAnTFORO, KENTUCKY. OWENSBORO, KY. section from Lcland Stanford UniHallman was turned loose at Alversity, Cal., arrived with some of bert, twenty miles from Glen wood, H'lMLHiHl tho wounded, and with Independent after the bandits abandoned their on talking with the automobile and forced him to count evidence, based LIV-VER-L- AX and counting and divide the 8,000 among them. prisoners, captured Petro-Ment- a Relives Files 4--4 thorn, that tho French version had No matter how stubborn the told the truth and tho German verwill case may bo Petro-Ment- a sion had concealed It. bring relief. A trial will convince FOR FLETCHER'S Tho wholo routo from Salonlki to you. For sale by Ohio County Fiorina ran thru a vast marshy I Drug Co. Price 25c. plain, with scummy water and a foggy miasma hanging over It. This was tho deadly fever zone, which MASTKIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE dragged tho vitality out of troops. The Varder river, for which Serbs Harvo Condlt, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Notice of Salo. and IJulgars contend, was crossed at Peel riprht all tho time. Don't lay oft It Is a shallow, marshy Ex Parte. 7 o'clock. from work for days by taking calomel keep3 yot' Uy vlrtuo of a Judgmont and orwhen pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x stream, deadly with fovor germs and on your feet, while rclievingyour troubnbovo breaks Into three irregular branches der of sale rendered in tho le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don styled action at the September term, crossed by a long steel bridge. tako anything else. Yon can't nfford Ohio Circuit Court, for it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys From end to end of this low plague 1917, of tho tem and relieves constipation. A natregion Serb soldiers wero giving an- the purpose of distributing tho proural remedy, natural in its actions, sura other evldenco of their heroism and ceeds among those entitled thereto KJ in its effect and certain in results. It They wero at every and tho purpose of paying the co3t will endurance. won't bo long beforo Lio- - ax ot this sale, I will completely displace calomel in evert bridge and culvert, and formed the of this action and freely an home.i Children can tako it guard for the wholo railway route, offer for salo at public auction to tho In use for over 40yearsl with perfect safety. Every bottlo 7uar so vital In moving troops and sup- highest and best bidder at the court anteed. 50c and 1 in bottles. Kon Thousands of voluntary plies. Most of tho Sorb soldiers house door in Hartford, Kentucky, genuine without tho .likeness and signa tellletters from women, turc of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by wore old men. Their tents wero on Monday, November 2G, 1917, being of the Eood Cartlui down. In tho marsh, and they wore ing the first day of a regular term ot J, H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, KJ, has done them. This is literally living in tho scummy water. the Ohio Circuit Court, at about the They looked yellow from this terri- hour of ono o'clock p. m., on a credthe best proof of the value it ot C and 12 months, tho following ble work. ofCardui. It proves that West of the Vardar, Macedonia described properly, Cardui is a gcod medicine Two tracts of land situated and grows moro fertile. Thero aro small for women. farms, with water buffaloes dragging being in Ohio county, Kentucky, and Ther: crc r.; Imrmful of prlmltlvo wooden ploughs. This la bounded nnd described as follows: drugs in Tract No. 1 Beginning nt a stako region which tho .Greek Governtho ment hopes to reclaim Into a vast on tho south bank of Rough Iltver, It is composed Cardui. corner of Everly Bros.' land; thonco farming soctlon. only of mild, medicinal MeCALL PATTERNS Ncarlng army headquarters at with tholr lino S. 04 W. 134 poles to I Celebrated for itvle. perfect fit. slmDltcItriirf Ingredients, with no bad k reliability nearly 40 yeirs. Sold in nearly thero aro evidence ot tho a sweet gum, elm and hickory; Fiorina, every city and town In tlie States an V Camdi, or by mail direct. More told that, heavy fighting which had been going thonco N. 2C W. CO poles to a any other make. Send tor tree catalogue- n steel stako; thence N. CU W. G3 poles and on. Tho splendid IttcCALL'S MAGAZINE TAKE More lubtcribcrs than any othei fathloifi brldgo, at Kksisu, had been blown up 15 links to two elms on tho bank of k magazinemillion a month. Invaluable. Jal s, as thoy fell Hough Ulvcr; thonco up Rough Rivby the H est stylet, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, pi P plain sewlnp.tancy ncedlcnroik.lialrdresslng, back after tho last drive Tho twist- er with its meanders to tho beginetiquette, Rood stories etc. Only GO cents ft & WW ft m F acres, moro or (north, double), Including a tree pattern. of tho brldgo wai ning, containing 5S framowork ed I Subscribe today, or send tor sample copy, down in a gulloy, with portions of less. Doing tho samo land conveyWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS Agents. Postal brings premium csUlogue tho glrdora hanging to tho piers at ed to V. P. Condlt by L. II. Condlt new cash prize offers. Address on tho 10th either end. Tho onomy was only a and wtfo, Hnlllo Condlt, ttlE McCAll CO. 23) to :tS W. :7th SL. NEW YOU! . of fow miles to tho north, and was still day of August, 1914, by deed showing lt3 resentment for this drive. record in tho Ohio County Clerk's At tho nearby Urltlsh lted Cross office, In deed book CO, page 418. You can rely on Cardui. Tract No. 2 Beginning at a stono Hospital, nt Vortokop, wo saw whore Surely it will do for you bombs had Just been dropped In an and hickory stump on tho bank of what it lias done for so air aid, killing a number of sick and Rough Rlvor, tho said stump Is tho many thousands of other several nurses, altho huge red cross- stump of tho hickory tree callod for It should help. women! es, laid flat on tho ground, plainly In former deeds to this land, known VI was taken sick, showed this was a hospital entitled as tho Spauglor tract; thence duo seemed to be . . . ," Succeed wfcen everything else fiHs. it south 3G8 poles to a willow and In nervoui prostration nnd female writcsMrs.Mary E.VesIe, lb protection. weaknesse they ara tho supremo of Madison Heights, Va. Gen. Grossettl, keeps hammering black oak on the north bank rf temedy, ai thousands have testified. away on this Monastlr front, Just us Grassy Creek to Rough River; thence "I got down so weak, TOR KIDNEY, LIVEN AND could Hardly walk . . . ho did on tho Maruo and tho Ysor. tip Rough River to tho beginning and STOMACH TROUBLE 100 acres. just staggered around. Ho hud hud ono of tho most notahlo containing it ia the best medicine ever ssld I read of Cardui, Tho interest ot tho Infants, Ilyron careers of tho war. It was his diover n drusJs's counter. and alter taking one batversion of Foch's army, which mado V. and Lou Uollo Williams In said l5 tle, or before taking quite tho battle of tho Maine, which In tho laud will not bo paid, but will re all, I felt much better. I Judgmont of military experts turned tain a lion on said land until tho took 3 or 4 bottles at tho tide In that great battle. Then guardian ot ?ach ot said Infants that time, and was able to offenexecute bond in Hhali qualify and ho .vus In tho big Champagne 85 do my work. I take it in sive, and tho Argonno, und on tho llilj court. the spring when runcompurchasor w'll bo required to Tho Vhor, and now ho Is In chlof down. I had no appetite, mand of tho French, Serb, Kubbiun, u.v.cutii bond wliu good and sufll-floand I commenced eating. I he purchaso prlco which security for divisions k Italian It is the best tonic I ever havo cleared tho oneniy from Mon- of tnld bind imuiedlutely uftor sain, FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE saw." Try Cardui. Divfolvctl in wales for douche top forty miles, und a lien will !t retained at addiastlr, pressed him back pelvic catarrh, ulceration and infltun nnd has tho task of keeping him ou tional security. mation. Recommended by Lydia E. All Given under my hand this tho Mh tho ntova to tho rear. Louisville Pinkharn Med. Co, for ten year. 1.70 du of November, 1917. A hcaliiitf Vroader for siaal catarrh, Herald. ore throat and sore wyes. EconotclcnU OTTO C MARTIN, 'Us c&tuuriuury cieaaniig and an toJl rvwvr. ifittt 50.-- . all druroi, Kopiiblli'uuH Uavo always recognizMiut'f ('omuiUslouor. if totnnkJ l IPJil "linl'illwi Pr"1 iCr lioilj 1.1.1 Burues & Smiii1, Attorneys. ed tbo desirability ot maintaining a FOOD IN PRISON d Mac-odonl- a, i3wmfi&Kr com-inmul- cr I Expert-Uesanco- n, eYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever 1915 jpl'.-arciuI I ol 1 11! 11 Ladies' and Men's Garments USE Children Cry CA3TO R A For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. BBSSSSSSB I Weak Women p Ve-'L- A J to-w- it: habit-formi- ng after-effec- Ur-ite- ts. flvo-spa- Iiulgar-AuHtrlan- M vc-i- (to The Woman's Tonic ... EvcryWomun Wants WJrjPJ&&jrZJ nt and-Gree- Druggists yttlMffHit90'tftFWt i I KKNTUUKY Just above here Monday nlBt; the LIBRARY with several COUNCIL onglno .was ditched WAR no one wan hurt. conches, but Charlie Kosslngcr was The Kentucky Library War cIToii to pro- - pollco judg. is makinc a sunivme spent utc SJS-srsss; 1 Komirr npyi. ii. a brary of In Fathers, moth-;"- 1 sisto, w,7;. of Louisville. I, lec hrnit nnil friends who ' ll""K cnc" n,,u uu u" doubtless he constrained to donate In the Interest of S. 8. (each- libe.ally towanls this Messing to the' church ' bovs in camp. , The ltaptlst church hero called u r ,on nn.l i. ....... - ...in ........,..... . . l. f. ,n, 111 IIUIUMVU- llll'll- Will .a iuiuiifiiii. ...i..i..:.,.l hoys UlllUll.llllV. .,,,.1 .a(.i.rtPl iv' "ro. ,. .' , " ",l ... ' I" l.n .v,., " M mrnns and if von have no loved Sunday. ones there, remember some one else j If the Kvniw sns ha. and you nay have .ometimo and' Runlro had nominated him he the lime to act Is NOW. The follow- - Democrats , .:. Ills .w ..uw In donations have nlicaily been re- - woui.i nave kii the ticket. 'name ceivVd by the committee: Hnrtfoid Ladies' Club, Book $ 75.00 ll.tl.l) KNOIt. 17.0.1 Hartford Oradcd School Ve aro haviiiK some flue X,,v. 7 Haitfonl Jlethodibt Sunday weather now. Here's hoping It conIS School tinues for quite a while. Beaver Dam Ciaded School, Mrs. Mary Ilanney Is very 111 and S2.7S Rooks .nn not expected to survive many days. Beaver I'am Graded School., Mrs. J. M. Sandofur Is visiting lir 13.00 Same, books daughter. Mrs. V.'. T. Taylor and famLAD M. A. ForIo ily at this writing. Bockpoit LodfiO No. 312, F. 1'rayor meeting Is still prostess-in- g O0o' & A. JI nicely at this place. Mr. II. W. Sunday Methodist Dundee Saturday night an I 4.00 Taylor led last School Mr. Arthur Havens was appointed 0.75 Hell's Kim Baptist church. Saturday night. Ev23.00 to lead net .1. C. Her, Hooks erybody come out and Join the litof workers. S1SS.01 tle faithful hand Total and little Mrs. 0. W. Wallace j It Is thr earnest ileslro of all that daughter. Miss Ruth Fidelia, spent fund Ohio county's part of the tho 2nd with Mrs. W. T. Taylor and Miry $575 he raised as soon as may bo- -' family. possible that the Rood voik Hudson and daughter, 1 Mrs. shovn jr'll. Th" rash and bed: MlbS Irene, and Miss Geneva Moso-leonce to the above will le sent at of near Horton. spent the 4th camp and all the schools, Sunday. lodges as well as with Mrs. F. Haffcrty. Schools, churches, rchool Is progressing nice-- 1 individuals in Ohio courtv will re ,y Sabbath at Mt- - Fleasant Church, near here. liberallv and spond promptly and A revival meeting win negin ai send their donations tin cash or good here, on Monmagazines to the treasur- Mt. 'Aon Church, near books and day night after the 2nd Sunday. er. Miss Margorrt Marks, Ilaitford. Misses Josle and Ivy Johnson were tlm ilnnnrs Hun .vMlit wi.l n and" the thanks an,!1 Pliant callers of Miss Fannie Mao n these columns Smith, on the 2Sth m blcr.iinsrs of manv homesick soldier Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis, of Taylor bov; will b Mines, visited his father, Mr. R. W. JNO. R. WILSON. Davis, Saturday night and Sunday. for Ohio. County. iBinmrni dicr bovs or, bioth. ... "C: r' training. Koo,. . wn-.a- ana ' -, '"' ! - V.,.". " ' i:j "SVowotl. J .... Owcn.bor. last wee., Jake Wilson has put In a full lino furniture In connection will. his w Miller made bust- j MUNSING M UNSBNG mrji , V ..i-...- ",,.. ,,' ife A r" ,.-,. -- 1 -- MUNSING v rf X ' v' "Srif -t- 1 Ira I man ( M m' Hr ' y, irU-n- 1 I ' Dii-eeto- Xor. at home Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nellie Goodall and Mrs. Mattye Schioetur went to Reaver Dam lart Friday. Mrs. Jo.iophine Clcnimons returned to her homo near Glendcan Frldav, after spendtiiK several days with her daughter, Mrs d. E. Malthew. Mi.ss Dona Mao Carter spent tho will, relatives near Providence, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Knott spent Sunday with their raughter, Mrs. Harve Cmidit. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Calloway were the sue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mackey Sunday. Miss Kunicu Sliults, of Rockport, nas tho suest of MIf.h Ressio Mason finm Friday till Sunday. Rev. John Hamilton delivered an' excellent sermon at the M. E. church Sunday. Mrs. Elton I'arton. of near Fords- villA. vlhilixl Mrs fi. K. Mnttlievs Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Alice lloskctt is very sick ilh laRrippo at this writing. Charlie Lawrence, who has had inusllltis for some time. Is able to Ue out again. "Uncle" Wayne James Is ou the sick list. Mr. Ed Nelson, wifo and child, visited Mrs. Lou Maddox Sunday. ORDSVILI Nut. S. -- Mr. I'olo Lanum and wlfw went to Owensboro Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. Tode Iloyd had a very severe accident Tuesday. He had a chlm-- 1 ney to fall on him, breaking his - CHNTKUTOWN". 7. Miss Hessio Mason w.i RI , , ; , HIT? 1)0 VOL' KNIT? The fuiluw.i'g patriotic women of Ei Ifuwlt'riK.I nn.1 11- ttlf linvn rnennnrt. ,m ."-- "" " " appeal of the American ;H ed to tho Red Cross Association and are busyljl knitting sweaters, mufflers and socks for our soldiers and sailors: Mrs. Martha Ross. Mrs. F. R. I)e-'Witt. Mrs. A. W. Logan. Mrs. John Jj 1). Wilson, Mrs. S. T. Hunter. Mrs. & I'iiunio layior, .Mrs. ioiii reux, .urh. ,w Sallie Thomas, Mrs. Ella Morton, j Mrs. J. G.'Keown, Mrs. Helen Igle-!fuean, .'irs. niiiiuui.i imiiilu, .ui.-i-. oaa. Thomas, Mrs. Charlotte Taylor, Mrs. II. R. Wedding. Mrs. Steve May. Mr. Mrs. Lucinda Andrew Williams, Shanks, Mrs. J. A. Dennett. Miss KtU Holder, Mrs. John A. Duke, Mrs. It. E. L. Simmerman, Miss Winnie Davis Slmmernian, Mis. T. L. Griffin, Mrs. Minnie Wedding. Mrs. Emma HudLashbrook, Mrs. son, Mrs. Jennie Miller, Mrs. Joe Robertson. Mrs. Reter Shown, Mrs. Ollio Harnett, Miss Lettle- - Marks, Miss Mar- Barat Jt"rUs' Mrs- T' S" Mnrk,8 The yarn is furnished by the Lou- lsvllIe Chior ot th? American Red Cross' anU the sarments aro sent to our boys free of cost to thera. Tlicso garments add greatly to the comfort of our boys In the trenches, and knitting is one or tho many ways wo at home can show our patriotism. o:' doing yoi'r I """' Are the most Practical and Economical Underwear for Men, Women and Children to wear. FECT FITTING The most comfortable to wear, made of wear-resistin- g 5 I fi materials good service is assured. PRICES are much lower now than they will be when present supply is exhausted. If you want to know what real underwear luxury is, buy MUNSING WEAR. For Sale by Jfiiiiidl$ Ma - lieio a few ilays, was lnviicu to wiie r rido with a friend. P an automobile Tiev Wl,re ROinR thru a country road 'A at a high fipecd, when a traflic pollco- malli ol, the lookout for speedster, 5 BilV0 cxnlQ 0n his motorcycle j1(, cauRi,t up with thorn, and an- ''P.uounced: Mr. William II. Smith sold a flue, "You'ro pinched for speeding." j hoise last wook lor $200. 'jjnched for speeding?" rcpoatod Ruunor Smith came homn from tllu iris,nian. "Regorra, wasn't yor Louisville and spent a few days with B0n' as last as ua yourself?" Ev-h- is 'orybody's M.igazlno. paronts. Mr. Arthur Daniel, who came In from Toas, lias been called to tho CIKCUT COURT DOCKKT. a i my. An Why Dlsrrln.liiato? Irishman who had only been t rnes Beaver Dam, Ky. 5411 5412 5415 5117 5418' 5410 5420 5421 5122 542:i 5 120 5127 51.Hi jLPS, $$ Sapp has returned home from Louisville, where ho had been at work for sometime. 0173 Tint election is over and every one 5180 is rejdy to i;o ou in the sumo old 510.'! way. 5217 The new baUtlings are all about R2 IS completed and Fordsvlllo Is looking 5219 vary ir.nc.h improved. 5221 Hon Slovens was In town Sunday. ,5225 Mrs. Will Park is very sick at thls.r22(i 23!1 writing. G. D. Royal him moved from Hart- - 5211 fold street to Frank Wallaco's prop- erty, near depot. 5211 Mrs. Amanda I'urk, of Narrows, j r.250 tailed her sou, Win. I'urk. Tuesday, 5277 Mr. Fount Grown was in Owena-Ijor- o 5278 521 1 last week. Mr. John II. llahhage, editor of tho '5200 llrccktmi-idgNews, was hero Satur62'j:i 52114 day. Ndwt, Rulzu sayn hu was loft at 521)0 5805 liio post. Tliu It. it. & S. L. train wrecked W IS Mud , I FIRST DAY (for Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th, Com'th, Com'th, Com'th, Com'th, Com'th Com'th al. Com'th Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Coui'tlt. Com'th. va. vs. vii. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. NOV. 26. 01 dors) Kveivtt Ouy Shelby Morris Arthur Duncan Claude (i raven "ame. Same. Murray Ciowc Lorcnza Hamilton, Murray Crowe Claudu Orav'ca Jcsm Fulkerson, et San Com'th. vs. Tom Oiler. 5330 Com'th. vs. Dave Duke. 5.'i:i I Com'th. vs. Same. 5;j;jii vs. Owen Crowe. vs. Reed Iluit. ct nl. vs. Ovsen uwh, ct ai. v. Henry Vlilttaher. vs. II ui hot t MidlcilT. vs. Tensio Uaasiett. vk. Sumo. . .Io l'arty, ct al. vt. Can'iy DallTnn. vs. Mjwhull Nail. vs. Lottie Paris. r:w5 Com'th. vs. Com'th. vs. 5:7 Com'th. va. 5:1.18 Com'th. vs. s:!52 Com'th. vs. 5:55:1 Com'th. vs. 5:J55 Com'th. vs. 5U(J1 Com'th. vs. 5315 Com'th. va. 5K(I Com'th. vs. r.:W7 Com'th. vd. CKCS Com'th.' vs. r,::7i Com'th. vs. 5.172 Com'th. vs. 5:i7i Com'th. vs. 5.17 Com'th. va. 5!'.75 Com'th. vs. y.m Com'th. vs. Com'th. va. Hastiutn. r.iot Com'th. vh. Mto Com'th. vs.- - Same. Same. Same. Same. Alvcy Fogle. Same. L. M. Roach, Mose II ui t. Same. Minion Li!;eus. Same. . John Coleman. Claude Ford. Elvis (hunt. 5.100 Claude I'uid. 5.125 Klvls (Irani. 5.110 Claude Koril, Ac. 5.181 Kills Rush. Charles lluliert 5102 Lou Sullengov. 11. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. mons. 511!) Com'th. 5111 Com'th. vs. J. W. While-sidesvs. Same. vs. Ned Douglass. vs. Same. vs. Same. vs. Same. vs. Same. vs. Same. vs. Same. V3. Same. vs. S. I). Ilrookln. vs. Same. Henry va. John . 5107 5408 5400 5121 5425 Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. vs. Same. vs. Snme. vs. Same. vh John Decker. vs. Same. Sim-Tem- p DoWitt. Martin. vs. vs. Claude Webster. (trial docket) Com'th. vs. Dick Stewtut. Com'th. vs. Jko Frank, &c. Com'th. vs. Tom Cralmn. Com'th. vo. Charley Hoover. Com'th. vs. John DecUur. 5iqi Com'th. vs. John Render. 5105 Com'th. vs. Same. 540'J Com'th. vs. Same. SF.COND DAY NOV. 27. 5270 Com'th. vs. Joe St. Clair, et al, 5280 Com'th. vs. Mose Wilson. 5311 Com'th. vs. Haidin Tanner, &c. 5.128 Com'th. vs. Kd Wilkerson. 5S18 Com'th. vs. Tip Rrasloy. 5357 Com'th. vs. Leonard Andoison. 5350 Com'th. vs. Ceorge Hllllnnl. C382 Com'th. vs. fioorgo (Jewell.. 5428 Com'th.' vs. Knos Lawrence. 5120 Com'th. vs. Same. 54.15 Com'th. vs. Paul Carter. 5140 Com'th. vs. Mack Owen. THIRD DAY NOV. 28. 5320 Com'th. vs. Ernest Lltsey. 5103 Com'th. vs. Homer McNi'itt. 511.1 Com'th. vs. .lake Rowon. 5114 Com'th. vs. Same. 54.10 Com'th. vu. Harry Giiffiu. 5401 Com'th. vs. Same. 5433 Com'th. vs. Lconaid '(Anderson. 5440 Com'th. vs. Rex Aibuckle. FOURTH DAY NOV. 20. 5300 Com'th. vs. It. L. Paris. 5.127 Com'th. vs. Win. Otis Reynolds 5.105 Com'th. vs. Adams F.xpiessCo. Com'th. vs. Same. Leonard Anderson. Oiifjlit Iluldwin, &c. Alex Kelly. Irvin Iluiden. Chailcy Peach. Ilcn Harrison Whitohouse. 5141 Com'th. vs. Tom Wright. 5442 Com'th. vs. Basil! Lawrence. 5145 Com'th. vs. Ilud Taylor. 5447 Com'th. vs. Clydo Funk. 5448. Com'th. vs. Henry Barnes. 5150 Com'th. vs. Qulntin Paik. 5151 Com'th. vs. Jcsso Wilson. 0152 Com'th. vs. John Wilbur Wit- son. 545.1 Com'th. vs. J. p Taylor. 5454 Com'th. vs. Same. 530C 5432 Com'th. vs. 5434 Com'th. vs. 54.17 Com'th. vs. 5138 Com'th. vs. 54.10 Com'th. vs. 5140 Com'th. vs.