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KE8ENSKY IS IN Jteifxrrli fkjwiMicim DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL-- THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 2D UNCLE SAM'S BOYS IN HARTFOItD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FllIDAY, NOVEMBER J 6, J 917. ncrordPil to each county for many years, was iluclarcil iinconstltittion- nl. Tho Slate of Ohio, at tho election last weok, again tlefoatuil a prohibition amendment. LETHARGY. . STATU UAI'TISTS WII.Ij lir.tHN SICSSION T CONTROL BELIEF vonflrting ll tho latter organized for tho especial purpose of helping our hoys throughout Uaptlsts will convene S. FLIERS also doing oi;skiv of the great army camps of the country, as well nB In France. Wo veil- - enlng at the First Haptlst church. VATlOX DUTY ON WAH rkporis sent SK hundred ami thirteen separate Hire thu assertion Hint not In excess of fine person out of each fifty within Delegates began urrlvlng y nnd I'HONT. thought, all of them will be here claliim, amounting to a liltlo more this county have given either of these orfcuimntlons 10 minutes of regarding hi hsian iii:voir. than $10,000, wiib paid by Kentucky pet haps that guuss would be too high, it the people who could sustain these night. Tho ottondaiico or visitors Is in tho November distribution of Con- organizations, could witness or be made to see only a portion or the good With tho American Army (S claims, dtino, they would ask the good Lord to Torglvo them Tor their Indlffcr- - pected to bo between 400 and i00. federate pension e meeting will end Thursday, France, Nov. 13. American army avThe aim of the ilrst organization Is to, In the main, enco and lethargy. KORNILOFF WINS FIGHT Llouknlanl of Hawaii, vide nood books, periodicals and magazines for the hoys to read at their Many Important subjects will come iators havo participated In bombing Meotlngs of raids over Germany and have been died at Honolulu Sunday. This dus- sparo time, of which they havo quite u bit. Did you over stop to think ofup for consideration. lot tit the drafted boys, the boys whom you know, who must make the the auxiliary bodies w.lll bo hold In (doing observation duty at various ky Quoon of the little I'iicIHc island the ForrU SurccWiil In Mnwow, Fa- kingdom, was n newspaper character light for this country, while you and I our firesides, enjoying tln the First Haptlst church und the points on the battlo line, Tho aviators are ofllcers or tho mous Fortress Taken After Hard wo took over comforts of home IHe and the companionships or family and friends? If First Presbyterian church. The as-- t In this country when Struggle. thinking an.l soclatlon is expected to launch a regular army, some of whom had her little kingdom during Grovor not, you sliould awake for a miniito or Tab and do some real when you do. If you aro n normal human being, you will at least treat the 'campaign to raise $1,000,000 in Ken-- 1 been flying beforo tho United States Cleveland's administration. man or woman who chances to call upon you for a slight contribution lo'tucky for Improving the equipment entered the war. Others of them of all Haptlst are men who have been on duty at endowment Con. Korn- i opoiihagon, Nov. 14. now army these worthy causes with respect onougU to open up that old crusty hard nnd nmnuciatlon of tho Horf's troops havo taken tho Kremlin, ciU)n, term. Cantonment. Is at last heart of your's wldo enough to let Its blood wash a few filthy dimes from j Schools in the State. It. A. Gatllff, tralnlng centers. On the bombing raids tho Amerithe famous fortress at Moscow, after X,.(j wm, (lu authority of tho Presl-.- i your tight flat. We all know that it takes money, money, money to ngiu or wiiiiamsiiurg, win can ino asso In French The annual ser- cans havo been carried sovcre llRht, says the BorllngKkc act and the Secretary of War. The with evil and corrupt Influences. Had and evil influences flock together and elation .to order. TIdondo'H Pctrogrnd correspondent, authorized pronunciation Is "Can-Ti- pool their dirty dollars to got a too hold with njid upon the life of your hov mon will he preached By tho Rev. planes ns bombers and observers ami havo been gaining a wealth ot exInternal situation In Russia t'n-m- 'i it," with thu accent on the first and mine. The War Works Council is teaching thousands of illiterate sol M. E. Stanley, of Madlsonvllle. m perience, which In tho futuro will asremains obscure. Although tils- - gyinblo and tho "o" In the second syl- - diers to read and write, Is furnishing tho best religious teachers, leaders and still sist them, as well. as the new mem- i.iiiio MrLKAX CIRCUIT COl'RT. - lecturers to bo had In the country at all of the army camps. In fact It Is tryseni nui ny me niniisii itinnd tlio "o in tno mini, siigiiibers of tho air servlco who aro aregram Huron u nssori uiai premier ,t., weighty question out ing to throw around your boy, your neighbor's boy and my boy, the very best With this Calhoun, Ky Nov. 15. Tho flrst riving or aro to arrive. Po- - of tho way the war should now pro has no funds out of which Kerensky again Is in contiol In Influence possible to create. The Government Somo of tho Americans wero In all of these things may be paid for. It, IS up to you and I to see that these case called for trial In the McLean irogrnd. either reports are to tho ef- ceed without further friction. good influence surrounding the army life of Circuit Court, after Judge Slack had several recent raids In which bombl expenses are paid, or else tho fect that ho has set up Ills governwero dropped on German positions of ment In .Moscow nnd that lighting Tho Federal Food Commission will our boys must lie withdrawn and God- forbid that such a shameful thing completed the empannellng of the 0 grand Jury, was the case of Common- military importance. In observation' county is called upon to put up adOhio mill continues in the capital. No fix tlio price for the sale of hogs at could evor huppen lu this land. or the use' of the War Works Council and ?575.00 for the War Library wealth vs. Mans Gibson, charged with work tho Americans have been act-in- s vices have been forthcoming from about SIT.. 50. both as obsorvers and pilots, flyCouncil the lntter Is purely tor tho benefit of Camp Taylor. It Is not a the murder of Arthur Hayden. Both Provisional Government Miiirces. ready for trial ing In French machines. This work result, of tho recent question of whether you are for war, or against war, as a general proposi- tildes announced A gratifying London. Not. H. The ai rival of election was tho very light Socialist tion. The question is, aro you for the hoys who must fight and win this promptly, and tho empannellng at has been done at many points, but Premier Kerensky In I'ctrograd, ac vote polled .throughout the coun- - war? We can no more afford to be on the losing end In this war than we the trial Jury was at once begun. none of the machines carrying Amercould afford to stick our heads In a mad lion's mouth. We must win, and to The rase has heretofore been tried, ican aviators has flown over the seccompanied by troops. Is reported by try win it. wo must do every thing in our power to make our SOLDIERS' Uvea a hung jury having resulted, and tor where tho American troops aro Tlio Kussian legation m aiocKiioini.uc-cordin- c pleasant, content if possible and abovo all else make and keep him clean this fact together with the promi- entrenched. HOYS AT CAMP to nn Kxchange Telegraph IRE occasioning Numbers of French machines have 7.ACHARY TAYI.OU mentally, morally and physically. To do this, we must spend money in enor- nence of the parties, !l!pntcli from Copenhagen. mous amounts, gleaned from the many .at home In trifling sums. For the mwii notoriety, made It very difficult been turned over to tho Americans M. Kerensky Is said to have defeatFor a long tlmo Ohio county's In- love we bear for our boys who aro gone, for those who may not return, may to procure veniremen, qualified for for their own use, but thus far non ed tho Holshevikl. Tiarulurs arriving from I'etrograd, tense Interest In war matters center- we do our part, and do It now, not waiting to bo aroused from our stupid service as Jurors, and not until three of them has been engaged in aerial No casualloved boy who o'clrck Tuesday afternoon, were fghtlng of importance. the Finish Telegram llureau reports. ed in Company H, of the National und stingy lethargy by the reproachful spirit of the capital 'Guards. This Company, which was sleeps, shrouded in a foreign land, by (lio bitter accusation, you had an op- twelve men qualified 'jurors prpcur-e- d ties among the American airmen have any that when they left the been reported, although enemy airhorc nro sixty or more them was lighting lu the streets be- - for years a local military organUa-twee- n portunity to holp me, to better my condition in life, to throw around me lo be heard and It will take planes havo flred heavily upon them. Let's shako off the lethargy, get popu- - tlon, will never lose Its pluce in the good christian influences, but you did not. the Holshovlkl and the The allied ofllcers aro enthusiaslace. Tho I'etrograd garrisou wai hearts of Ohio county people, even busy, help some. Judge John U. Wilson Is County Chairman of tho County the greater part of two days to comtic over the work of tho young flyers and doing Its War Library Council and C. O. Hunter, Chairman of tho War Works Coun- plete the evidence. Holshe-'- , though disorganized reported to he deserting tho Only a portion of the evidence for and are of tho unanimous opinion vlkl and tho Allied ombasbles wers part In the various units of the great cil. Two good men who are doing thtlir best, help them. No, not them, the Comonwcalth has been heard, that they are combining the daring hut the boys lu service, thru them. United States. At . said to havo got into touch with jenny of the but enough has boon procured to ln- - of the British flyers and tho techniKerensky. Tho people" oT'ent, however, there Is ninth Interest, were In Ohio county centered In Co. K, i'etrograd, the travelers said, juicaie mai a strong case ukuiusi mu que or tho French airmen. All the WIIY HLANKENSIIIP GRAVE ERROR IN accused will bo made out norore me operations in which tho Americans tearing down the Holshevikl proem- -' 33r Infniitry, a unit of tho great DIDN'T DO Itional Army at Camp Taylor. It Is evidence on behalf of the btato is took part have In n measuro been lu mid hooting thuir leaders I, . the nature or Instruction. this company that contains the hull: in the streets. Vnr Hip tillcrlitoiiinmit nf the nnm- - Closed ELECTION RETURNS The second American detachment county's quota or the National Tills is tho third murder case that of tho ocratlc attorneys, and for the inforin Pelmgn.d. S.Vs Attorney C. E. Smith to enter the trenches havo reSelective Draft Army. Ohio county public generally, wo Commonwealth mation of the London. Nov. 14. Tlic Iliinlsh The relief; , .citizens reud with much interest of 1550, hns conducted In the McLean Circuit turned to their billets. print below Sec. 33, Te egram llureau says the whole of ofand .10 000 NORTH ROCKI'ORT KLKCTION OF- was accomplished successfully grand rev ew of ho Kentucky Statutes, which Court since his induction Into of the Russia, except a small part of l'etro-- ! FICHUS MAKE 111(2 HLUNDFR IN without tho knowledge or the GerTu101' "V"" fice. clearly oxplains why County Clerk grad. Is now in the hands of tho Pro-,''"- "' .MAKING OUT HKTURXS. mans. The third series or battalions Co.nmeutng on this review the i"Hlankenshlp would not incur tho hazent visional Cover now Is ocupylng the first line, havU. S. PROHES ATTEMPT TO ,...,. now in iuhp- - Louisville Herald says: ard of forfeiting his office, as well as iTenuer iveroiibio i ,rThe rev low was an Impressive DYNAMITE TROOP TRAIN ing marched In on a brilliant stara term In the take, a chance of grad and has taken virtually tho en- ,nrL nag light night. A great silk ' by placing the names of the A remarkable error was made by tiro city, the announcement or tho i t"h". at tlio head of the division, Among the returned troops Is tho Pueblo, Col., Nov. 13. An attempt waved Rock-po- rt Democratic on tlio ballot. candidates tho officers or election in North Knulsh Telegram Bureau says. banners leading eacn to blow up the Denver & Rio Grande company which horo the brunt of the precinct, in making out tho oN The Statute says: According to these advices, which wit h liuudbonio tt, by Gorman Ion. w..r- - nun and ba County Clerk Penalty Asalnst for ttoop train on which threo soldler3 raid on tho trenches ticlal returns or the vote cast In that wero received In a cablegram (lied at rogInu,,t " precinct at the recent eloctlon. K ,tl,,e were killed as a result of a collision shock troops. Tho battalions in tho ' AVrongfiil Acts. Tho County Clerk Stockholm at 4 o'clock yesterday aft- - l Col., Monday, Is being trenches had a good taste of shell-fir- e "" "" The poll book shows there were shall bo under tho same duties and near Cotopaxl, vrnoon. J'ren.ler Kerensky defeated during tho flrst hours, tho Gerhip. Every officer carried his only 1G!) ballots cast, and out of this subject to the same liabilities for fall- - investigated by It. L.. Craft, repro- ..,,....,.. . .... ti. the y mans using their artillery more hea- ... ,1,. 'full Held equipment. as uro to perrorm same, with reference sontatlve of the Department n....-- i,a ,.r ,.i..,i number or votes cast the returns, ' It will be noted from the above certltled by the election ofllcors, Hlan-- j to printing the ballots for primary that arangements had been made to ily than usual and continued steadily strojed the Red Guard. ,,The tele-. no- (and the American batteries replying ,. ., ,, , that the soldiers aro i quotation . kenshlp received 83 votes and Rob- - elections held under this act, as he dynamite the train. " grupii linen uru nun in .... (energetically. !WIppI making a total of 22G now is wim reieronco 10 mo 4ovcm- crtson Hands, the telegraph bureau reports. Thero has been activo patrolling Play at Dundee. 1 ' " Any County Clerk votes counted or 57 more than tho her elections. Tho Finnish Telegram llureau says he Tlio True Blue class of tho Dundee in No Man's Land by the Americans nulpments of war total ballots used. In the Sheriff's who shall knowingly cause to bo Moscow Is the headquarters of tho sunday school, will givo ",ai, " tho enomy. but no clash botweon c 8 baland that Provisional Government, "ifeV 'ns' race 117 votos were counted for Ucn-no- tt printed on any ofilclal primary who Methodist "Tho Mason's Ring," or and has so far been reported. patrols tho play. for the care of persons und 95 votes for Hratchcr, or 43 lot tho natno of nny candldato Premier Kerensky has issued orders, as o. ,, are ilenonueni upon inu buiiuv;ib m votes more than there wero ballots has not filed tho nomination paper "Tho Adventures of a Called Bride," I A certain ANOTHER WILD CAT Thanksgiving night, Nov. 29. fur their sunnort. r.miii iibcd. In the Superintendent's race required by this act, or who shall ' tho I'etrograd papers. KILLED lY HUNTERS Tho play Is being propared under amount of money is allotted to a '144 votes wero countod for Shttlts knowingly fall to causo the name of Downfall Holsholkl Near MtliHci-'t- i wife, or child, or father or land 72 votes for Howard, or 47 votes any candldato the excellent supervision of Mrs. J. who has complied i. Oswm l.rtt nut Ituniftlir 11 HlA TJntl- ...! tt aiuwun, u,. 4lm.n ii.lin n rtrwl . papers of Po-- 1 niotlior, or other person depondlug .... . ................. ri Tho lv more than thero wore ballots U3ed. thorowlth to bo printed upon the trograd. as well as the jieisingrors ,, nm for support I itiow nouoms, near uuuuui--, iuh- will bo ucilglitiuiiy enieriaineu. Tho ofllcers report show thoro wero propcr ballot, or who shall knowingnewspapers, havo headlines announcAdmission will bo 25 cents for! day night, killed a mammoth wild In vlow of the fact that theso sol- - 31 women voted and they wero nil ly cause to bo printed upon the baling that the HolbhevlUI movement Is dlers aro now equlppod for war nnd reserved seats. 20 cents for adults cat. It was what is known as a Boli- counted for Shults. Comparing tho lot for the regulur olectlon tho name Hearing Its downfall. havo had u good deal of training at volo reoolved by Ulankonshlp, Hratch-- , of any candldato or any political par- and ten cents for children, ror gen- - cat, a variety of tho wild leiino noted by tho shortness of Us tall. The cat It IS Gen. Galedlnes, tho Cossack Icador, imOi trimiptiilniis eXDCUBO. v pHV.ll er and Howard with tho vote ty embraced In this act, who wns eral admission. will bo used for thoUns nioro than threo reet In length, is said to be dictator of Southern thought by many citizens that It will cast The proceeds In the manner profor those Republican candidate" not nominated and was unusually largo for the spe Russia. Tho ordors of tho Provls- - , , ri.ctcally impossible to secure 'who benoflt ofthechurch. had no opposition it is apparent vided In this act, shall torielt his cies. It is thought this animal was lonal Government nro signed by M.'nnv ,nor0 discharges or exemptions !the error mnde by tho olectlon ofll olllco and bo guilty of a felony, upon probably a mato of tho ono killod Kerensky, Gen Kalcdlnes and Gen. of soldiers who have already been Turkeys Wanted. cers added C7 votes to Robertson's, conviction, bo confined In tho peniKuriillnff. Will pay 20 cents per pound, and near Fordsvlllo about three weeks soul to camp. votes to tentiary for not less than ono year 43 votes to Dennett's and 47 A Russian wireless dispatch say more If tho market win permii. win ago. Shults' majorities that wero not ac- nor for more than threo years. report from army head- MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED no oflltlal also pay market Vrico for chickens, not tually cast. As the error does County Attorney Honored. SINCE OUR LAST REPORT quarters has been Issued Keeso, ducks and guineas. In any way uffect tho result of the PLAN TO STOP GERMAN Ass'n., County Attorney A. D. Kirk reAmerican Confirmed by Stockholm. Ii.N(2l'AGE LIBRARIES stand 'election It will bo allowed to 1), L. Alford, Williams Mines, to S. L. King, Mauager. ceived by telegram Sunday, notice of Nov. Stockholm. ' on tho election records ot Ohio county Rosine. g Hflle Matthews, his nppolntment as Fuel Commission4 Kerensky lias entored Petrograd.ac-cordlnofLincoln, Nob.. Nov. 13. Tho Ne'as a reinludor to futuro olectlon er Tor Ohio county. Federal authoriJames Sptnks, R. 2, Hartford, to dispatch received from to a ficers to bo more careful In making braska Stnto Council of Defense ties aro now pushing a vigorous camtho correspondent of tho Swedish Huulah Gray, R. 2, Hartford. unanimously adopted a resoluofilclal count of tho votes cast. paign throughout tho country to con0. 1. Fulton, Heaver Dam, to Annie nn Ilarpaiandu, on the News Agency at Had the error referred to affected the tion asserting tho bellof of the counKennedy, Wysox. serve both rood and fuel, und larg) Russian border. result or the election the courts cil that tho circulation of Gorman responsible duties will dovolvo majority, or MuxInialUt Tho would, of course, havo required tho language traveling libraries, circu and save und Its local administrators. Tln Patriotic Sermon. Pay your unon tioops, have Joined the Premier, the reby uutliorlty of the Statu and lated Rev. T. .1 Itutihlng, Presiding Eld- election olllcors to amo.nd their ' COSt. On December . """"J Mr. Kirk, a wo understand correspondent adds. dlscontln- er-of tho Cwensboro district of the port to correspond with the number at lis expense, should be : by tho stubs , M. E. church South, preached a of ballots used ns shown penalty 1. 1 ROILED DOWN. In the hook. fnrepfni ,nutrlotlc sermon ut tlio , .,,, ,...,. Commission. Ho has not yet recolv- oui- .. i JOW lorK VOIUU iur miiiuiu ,i. nn.. " uu VCl ICUl Instructions as to hi. frago with a majority of 80,000. Methodist church horo Sunday even. I . .. man language, circulating In N- -sTjady Maccabees Meet. u lhe Is tho llrst straight wotiian suf-- 1 1"'. Elder Rushing drow a lucid ' This savagery Tlio Woman's Benefit Association ;ka. frago victory over won east of the word picture ottho inhuman regular with additional cost of ad oi tho merciless Huns, and nppealod ' of the Maccabees, hold their Mississippi river. eloquont earnestness to his meeting at tho Conimandery Thurswith the measuro nor or lu hearers' to awaken to tho dangers day afternoon. After the hiiblno3s man language hud terved as nn pro VeiUSing. or consumption of the county's .fuel. Mexico adopted State-wid- e Now I 'meeting a dainty lunch was sorved ttruniout In carrying on disloyal ." that threateu civilization, nnd beg Sheriff's Office open ev- - In the appointment of Mr. Kirk tho piohlbltlon at tho recent election ged thoni to propnro for tho heroic by MUS03 Mary Schlemiuor and Eva pagauda and hud Influenced manyj Commission has named an olllciul ot Those winning contest German people In this Stato to with- - gfy nigflt till 1U 0 CI0CK. integrity n ,. ipppmi ,inpiion of the Court ibacilllcos iiecos&ary to thwart It. Just Bouiiett. fluo ability, unquestioned Elizabeth Mooro hold their support from the GovernS. 0. KE0WN, Sheriff. and Industrious energy. freo scholarship at now wo need moro patriotic Rushlngs prizes were. Misses ot Appeulb tho ont of the United btates und Luleno Bennett. the State University that lias been la tho pulpit. ov-a' rk pro-.Thi J . Ky.. Nov. 12. The Paducah, nnnual assembly of Wo havo In Ohio county nn organization known ns the Library Wnr Coun- - seventy-nint- h ell, also ono known us tho World Wnr Works Council of the Y. M. C. A the General Association or Kentucky "" BOMBING RAID ti, m . $1,-20- wit-:icaf- cs pros-Premi- er it Kei-ensU- Sub-secti- " rl ...... '"' ry 1 "l ...o.,. ""?"" i... d, to-da- i ntinj .... ,f i ""f"ZTnTZ ""l"'!" 14 ' ( I to-t'- TAXES! tax .. ....', "'" r,T !L::,ri',; ....,.! itier-S extra :n4nct w" iuwiwi f,d k r-- thirr rrca Sfi W Bti . &- - : V. - - I workmen' yard. Heady - ma do on Its "An army marches SURGERY TO nprons nnd overalls are sold at $6 rm nn arPOLICii SCOOP 41 stomach." This menus that s? a dozen. For entire suits the price my must bo well provisioned to SEPARATE TWINS la about $(S. In tho efficiency. OF WOMAN'S PARTY roach Its greatest The papor clothing Is not, howevwar limes that aro passed, an army er, entirely confined lo workmen's could largely subsist upon tho conn trv thrnuch which it pawed, but SIAMKHK PAIR T() LIVF. APART clothing. A beginning has been mado In supplying garments for women and no living upon the country llV I'.HH (IK MXPF.RT'S HHMn'xmn children. Tor children there Is a through which modern armies are KXIFH. I.V XUMHKU. wide variety of paper garments avail- passing. There Is no living upon (able. Kor women, the offerings aro tho Greek or Halknn States, nor on underclothing. Salnnlca, so that as Lloyd Georgo A lilnil- - thus far confined to Vnv 1 A Mivlltln U'nali . r.ry-,....- i .. Washington, said some time ago. the food supply er In,rac,0i nlnilo ,,0S8,h. ,,y M,cn. Our 'mlng Army. ,, , mObcrsof the national Woman spar- - ,s 0,,e of this war's grealest necessl-- . .,., Tho enormous preparations Hint ty were arrested tonight at the two ,,eM Tho Rrp.ltl,r luut t tho food the lives of the littlo "Siamese Twin como from the Culted girls, (laudulupo and Josephine liln- - ,I,H l,,1,,,', s,ttlM ,s nialtlnic for par- , front gates of the Wlilto House for gl,jj. ,.,. . tlcipatiou In the war in Lurope dttr- picketlng. States not only for our I.TiiO.OOO and ,,1W!1 u.,, nll ing 1018 aro but dimly understood ,..,., Jt was the biggest drive the suffra- - morc, ,,nys i ,10 urmy and navy, but ,, (nll. r ,., ....,. ..,,..,..',.... .1... even in our own country. . Here tie t.ilg yet luivo made to keep their ..... Rimii i,nvn to feed our people at iltUlU lllll-UUl'illt 111 milling UiV ' banners slaiiding where President ,omo ant, mllsl i0 supply the nl-,- ,t together will be remedied by an !K"" n"n' Published, by the New Wllion could, see them, but there was ,,., wlm nro t1KniliiK tills world's ont,rfUlon , wlllc, lt. osh wrtlI ,ml iVork World as given to Hint paper :,,,.,,,' i'y tho War Department at Washing- tliO least disorder and tho smallest RrC:,(P3t battles. them will be ton, nnd showing tho strength of our crowds of any of tho demonstra Mr. Herbert Hoover, the nation's lut liimtit aermrnte. In T!ie " iin to ...... r.. .... - nf ... ......I...- - . ..I tions. food ndmlnlstrator. asks for more dividual littlo girls, each capable 0f ii. yellow, white and pour chickens, turkeys, ducks and Piatintlng their ""' "" n.,.1 l,..c t.nti-- , 'j,,,,,.,,,,. anil romping . fol- -' ptirplo banners to the dying sun, the pop9P Olfi.SUn ,,,,,: Mr Hoover "pleads as Miiionui ariiiy . squads from iows: SOO.000 Mtffrngtsts niurched in Federalized guard h-a- g Utogular army """"" '" """ .170.000 their Iieadauarlers. As soon as thoy What can von do to help In this ,,,u c?rntt1 attest ol the glrl At up at the White Hottee world-wid- e 200.00U had lined a,.cltt, branches niont emergency? JIr.nl,,, ,r"', n B. '""J"?' gates, policemen, in a quiet manner. S0.0II0 Hoservos . . Kvprv farm0P nin rnl8P more an I walked up to them and led tlicm to letter poultry and do It far ntoro who are an.xious for their children to Officers S0.000 m,rn,a, Hr. Harry A. a MHtoryif patrol wagons that stood ,,rontably liv disposing of all surplus Seattle Surgeon. chugging along the curb. Tho wo- - 1IIR,Mt ,,y ko0llnR nly tho yearling 'f"aw' 1.S1G.00O Toial . .' & a careful diagnosis of tho The Navy. moil were rushed to court and there, lonSi nn,j (np earliest anil best ma- - bus made 117.S71 released on $25 ball each until Mou- - t,lre,i pullets." thus keeping no dead- - peculiar ease. t Hu predicts a sif- I'nited States navy nnufill itfttn n '. . ' rtay morning. N'aval reserves 50.000 heads or "slackers" to consume what ' . . "wa Pnoiofcr.ipns aim a arieij v .. nimtm . ii 1C.00O President Wilson. comltiK in front nrnii!i.ers. the u Ir a 'crime to dispose of a lavlntr of otI,ur scl0,,,,flc altlH Including an nfternoon drive, witnessed S2.009 Mnrll0 Corpg werp ' r mtm! aml ,,0,-,t'a,,4 tnil-cn- d but llP11 or a puiiPt that is just about to!SBril?s of the demonstration, 5.000 Coast guards , "'" "'Hospital Corps H.500 avoided tho crowds and entered tho ay. Keep the hen house neat anil ul"""1 """ '" by a side en- - cioan. Kepair tho rnnf. the windows. establish his interesting decision Officers executivo mansion 15.200 J if Each child has a complete supar- IrailCC. nml lnn nnv illrirl ilrnfts that nre if 0ssflile bv knot holes or cracks. Too nt0 set..f orBi,M8 Miss Mida Sharp, of Now Orleans. Total 271.571 Guadalupe anil .loseiiue cro born j Crand total 2.0S7.301 whs to have licen one of tho pickets mch sais amj not enough open front In Havann. Cuba. They are four Some of tho divisions include men but she fainted from tho heat and s j,a,j. Write your State as she stood in line in the ment Station for needed information, years and ten months old. who will not be sent to France next On the tour of the nation the twins year and. perhaps, not at nil. Well r.eloro vou Imv vou shuulil ix:unino otir ban ! 5 . party headquarters waiting her turn Every State In the I'nion except Klor-t- o were seen by thousands of little over a half million of those include1 march out and take the place of i,in nmt WvnmtiiiT. nvilntnln imnlirv mado farm waiions. They run ligliter, are inailu n. Idepartnient'a which are pleased to aid R,rls a,wl 'H,s h" ar, moro ,forlU are raw troops who have been at the the preceding group arrested. inutunal ami last lur longer man anv Mrs. AVilllam Kent was the only, the home folks with their poultry, natc in life. Hundreds of pictures various camps of instructions only a I tlio very bo-,have been taken of them. The 111011- - few weeks. Not all of them are yet one to sulfer any direct indignity. A problems. I machine inailo wu"on vou au buv no matter what 4. !ey derived from exhibitions will be supplied with uniforms and equin-niensoldier tried to wrest her banner from poultry is profitable. Xo source price you pay. but the work of clothing am1 her and, in tho lirlef struggle that en- - of meat supply is as rapid or as used to defray expenses of tho op eration equipping the men Is going forward k sued in.Ol'n a nOIICCmail Weill IO tier xlmnn I'rwv nmm.l at nnlllfrv nrl. We also do all kinds of JJlaelcsmithini; and lie SonietllliefJ (Jliarrel. rpsoiip. .1 rnticlmr I'lnmniit In thu liar.l ,ina.i ...ill l.nir. i cninllno n unnml rapidly, and the training Is in dcadlt I The little girls in many ways ar" earnest. IJehind this vast force are pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow pressing crown showered her with an 0f meat across to the boys that aro ,like other children, but as they ex millions more of the best material "" of Billingsgate. American variant flghting your battles. Every farm can't do. Virtually no other disorder ac- - should have a carefully culled flock ist now they are always together an the world for soldiers. America Is a nm itiics Hip ntlmr must iro. companied tho demonstration except 0f not less than 200 fowls. The lar ivlinre far more formidable foe to Germany We a I.mi make a specialty of llotseshocini; and J One of them can go to sleep while than Russia could over have been some hissing and jeering from tho Rer the farm, the larger the Hock. earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. crowds, and the persistent crowing, anil such a flock should bo maintain-i- n the other remains awake. One will and America Is coming Into the wa One may fresh laugh at the other crying. and determined lo see it intimation of a rooster, by omCd largely from economical reasons. Respectfully yours, militant woman a'.lti. Pnnltrv will niU m HO tinr nont nl" be sick and the other well nt the same through. Thc" et n'.nB wcU "J"1 Furthermore, it is well to recos w Tho picketing and arrest might i, living from scattered and wasted tinnn nj. ii jfM have been a social affair. It was con- - grains. They act as scavengers In er, but sometimes they quarrel like nlzc tho fact that 1.400,000 of tin other sister- - do. After they are sep- 2.000.000 are volunteers. .Louisville ducted politely by the suffragists consuming a large part of what would ! they will have a lot more fun. Post. themselves and tho police. otherwise be lost. Poultry will prove arated They can hide from eacli other. ski;i PnlifW AlMltofretie. !vnlnnliln Iti nntlm. nl.iw.-rlnnltltf.4 J The women were grim-face- d at first nrnsslioniiPrs. worms and insert nosty. aml '"" a,Ul pla pra,,1S tl,al aro'.Mr. P. ). Stiielioll TelN How SUv I rum, ,,,.,. SolI r ., ,.,,,. as they marched from their head- - that would otherwise destroy food now impossinie. The operation, if successful, will Thirty-liv- e years experience in (he shop. ,.:llls was ak., w,, .u ,H,n my quarters nearby to one or the other that is valuable. To the dweller in stand unique as probably the first o:rft f()1(, )a., willtl.r j B,IVI. l)n, rhillI1. White House gates, but went a village, town or city, a well kep sever-- , b,,riain-c0UKi, Hmnedy. It help. .1 to the patrols with a smile and no flock of a dozen or twenty-fiv- e good record. Other operations for ance of Siamese twins failed because. ,,,, .,, onfe !1MlJ ,llekly j,rolu. ,, resistance almost at once after they laying hens will prove profitable, one or the other of the twins lias his cold," writes .Mrs. P. (). Stucln'l1. had takpn their place. Hanking tho They can be kept from the lawn, necessary organs. ssESKarasEZHUsrasoicssi Homer City, Pa. This remedy has Their immediate pur- - den. kitchen and table offal, all of lacked some , Discoveries of science in recent , for many years. It, pose, apparently, was to have them- - which makes the choicest kind of l.lTTLK MOXKY IIKIti: IS A liOOIl 1'I.ACH TO STOP years enabled the surgeon to dotor-lK,)0- l, uaiti,.s have been fully proven selves arrested with a courteous dof- - poi-ltrfeed with but a small uddl-rtn- g definitely the advisability of :tt- - by many thousands of people. It is mine of tho cap and an apologetic tion of grain. Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th tempting such a surgical feat. :n pleasant and safe to take. ls bow, escorting the pickets to the pa-- 1 Poring this next year every Process. Aids The Only Hotel In lmiwille Operated on the y with as much gallantry as if fort should be made to raise and .liiiiiny Cot oir. For instance, bismuth, a powdery Amei linn and Kuropean Plans. were going from the opera to a sumo every pound of poultry fltvli metallic substance, when taken Inter- Jimmy, an office boy in a down- possible. It is one of the easiest and limousine. AMKHICAN PLAN (With Meals) nally by a patient, aids in the town office, approaching hivboss one The leader of each group carried quickest ways of helping to increase Itooin.s w it limit Hath but with Hot and Cold Itiiiuiiiig Water. process by easting a more distinct morning: g a huge yellow suffrage banner bear- - food production, and that is what per day; 2 people, J2.00 each single, shadow on the parts to be outlined. 75 Uootns "if you please, sir. American must do the words: "Mr. President. Inery BO Kooins single, 2. .10 per day; 2 people, 2.2.1 each The two Illttljofca children ate some "Well. Jimmy? messagu to Congress urge thu to help his country during the your phosubstance before "My grandmother, sir- -r0 Front Rooms. single, :i.00 per day; 2 people, 2.f0 each of tho Federal amendment iod of tho war. Every pound of of the tographs of them wero made. Itulli: ItoouiH with "Abu! Your grandmother. Go on franchising women." meat produced will help put a bullet r.O Rooms iiingle, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7i each "I feel confident that the opera- Jimmy. Do your bit. All the others carried the suffrage at the Kaiser. CO Rooms single, 3. SO per day; 2 people, 2.00 each tion can be performed without any "My grandmother and my mothbanners of purple, white and ycl-- , difficulty whatever." taid Dr. Shaw. er ( ur t lor Croup Kl'ROPKAX PLAN (Without Meals) low. and they took tho banners with Intestinal canals in tills case) "What! And your mother, to'i. of Green-i"T!,- c Mrs. Hose Mlddleton them in the nntrol automobiles, mak-- ! Rooms without Hath but with Hot ami Cold Running Water. ISoth ill, eh? s,i";V!' l" intr a vorv rav disnlav of It on the ville. III., has had experience In tho, single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, JO. 75 each I.ouisvtllo Herald. "No, sir. My grandmother and mv 75 Rooms of this disease. She sa'3. way to court, with the bunting single, 1.2.1 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 60 Rooms mother are goln' to tho hasoball game " "ea my ciunireu wore smati my ing from front and rear thru crowds 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Sprain And Strains Iteiieved. 50 Front Rooms. single, this nfternoon. and they want nie to son had croup frequently. Chamber-hIsED- l. that cheered, jeered, clapped and Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the stay home and mind my little kid Rooms with Private Hath: Iain's Cough Remedy always broke single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each pain out or strains, sprains, bruises brudder. Exchango. 60 Rooms At the court each woman was re- - up theso attacks immediately, and o--A clean, single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.G0 each 60 Rooms and all muscle soreness. I was never 1, ,.....!,,.. .. r. 1. oil without it in the house. ,.w..n.i Mnn. liq-ieasily applied, it quick- d being furnished, in ov- - I have taken it myself for coughs and floar duv. the bail THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. We offer One Hundred Dollars I?Tvard A, ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's cry instance by Miss Mary Ingram, of colds with good results." Ihiropeati Piau Only. does not stain the skin or for nny easo of Catarrh Hint cannot to Liniment by H.iII'h Cutarrh Medicine. Philadelphia, oao of the original clog the pores liko mussy plasters or curcil Catarrh Slcdlelne ban been tal;en Hull's .JCW.'H SLACK. Rooms Without Hath, .$1.0(1 and up; Rooms With Private Hath, $1.50 V'hite House pickets pardoned by For chronic rheumatic liy catarrh nalfcrcru for tin- past tnlrty-fiv- o ointments. and ii)i Rest Kilting Place In Town. years, am! has become known as tho tho President, and acting chairman j aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and most reltnblp rome'iy (or Catnrrb. Hall's In this Issue will bo found a of the, Philadelphia branch of tho The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn aro located In tho vvholesalo n rem- Catarrh Mefllrlno ants thru the lilood oil taken from tho Owensboro lumbago have this party JIucoiis surfaces, expelling tho walk to the retail district and theaters. district ami only a For tt:o pains or grippe tho from Hie Blood and healin;; the - edy handy. Including tho arrests mado this Messenger in regard to tho stand takportlonn. LOL'ISVILLi: llOTKh AM) OLD IXX COM PA XV, Props. following streeuous work.lt gives nnd Afler you lmvo taken Hall's Catnrrb afternoon. 155 women have been sent en by Judge Slack in the election quick relief. At nll druggists, 25 a Stedlrlno for a short tlmo you will to jail, some of them two and three, cases In Ohio county. While every In your nenej-n- l 2 great Improvement u3CTreaB3gg3ggg3fRaTBBB53S3SSaj; Modi-cinin Hancock county that per-ji- cents. CO women havo served, or, man times, and health. Start taking Hall's Catnrrb 0 j; nt onco nnd Ki't ltd f cntarrh. Send jsonally knowB Judge Slack feels bo- sorvlng Jail senteuc.es. , foi testimonial, free. jyoud doubt that his rulings in the CLOTHS MADE ENTIKELV mm J. CIIKKUV & CO.. -- Toledo. Ohio. canine could find any address III m OF PAPEIt VAIt.V .VOW Sold by nil Pm-- ileases was founded on law and that Stop Left Over Coughs. Hutte. will no political schemo entered his mini Dr. Hell's nlinti Dud iriitil liln unri'lnnii i t Amsterdam, Oct. 20. The employ- - IMIXK DKV LAW IS stop that hacking cough that lingers when the decision was made. Judge M E EAIt,TIlliOAT, NOSli IIAItD.O.V THIS DOC all souses who found themselves out papor yarn in till directions nieut of from January. Tho soothing pine j Slack Is too honest to consider A,lil Masse lute at night and did not know how, lias made enormous loosen the nhlecm. heals Hi-- when his ilulv as a .Indue con- - In Germany 10. When to get homo. Ho would merely tell Masonic Hutio, Mont., Nov. progress during the paKt year. Cloths OWI'NSUORO. KY. Tumplu Tho Clarion believes an,i the Irritated membrane, the glycer-- j filets. paper Montuna goes dry next year Hud the dog the address and point out the hie relieves the tender tissues, you 'knows that had the case been re- - "'1 fnbrlcs made ontlrely of Lang and bis educated booze hound customer, who wus given a chain at-" breatho eahler and coughing ceases. versed and had the Injunction been!'1,m a'' now widely used. The huso to the dog's collar. Hpon cough, it filed to prevent the mimes of Hepub- - ( tllCK0 ,H u "'"iple one colored paper must either go out of business or tached Don't neglect a lingering reaching home the dog would scratch llse'1 '" exuetly tho same way find it new territory to operate in. Ilraiis been placed on tho ballot, tli3 ' Dr. Hull's Plne-Tur- -! is dangerous. Lang and Ills hound aro well known on the door and bark until someone 'decision or Judge Slack would lmvjUK Jl,tl- I'risoiiers"' camps aro now Honey Is antiseptic and pleasant to figures on Hutte streets and many 11 answered and took charge of tin take, benefits young and old. get it been the same. Thereroro the cltl- - KinilIotl with mattresses and even unfortunate, Tho dog then took IiIj ,1,11,0WH '" whicU tho covering is made souse has been rescued by them on Formula on zens of the county should feel that a at vour druggist t,,lH r,,hr,c' '" fuct'" "aJ,or WCBV- - the outer edge of u stormy night at chain in bis mouth and returned lo 2 Judge that is big enough to face op-!- "' bottle. 2Co. Hud who hunted tip another souse. Ipoaltlon In his rulings when he 3 i"K has made such strides that twills the bar. Fees received for thu dog's services Lang Is a strictly tempera to ninn and tho tlmo U PriTJNt; SHOTS 'backed bv the law. Is tho Judgo that lu0 "uw PnIced. ,,lHt,int when It will be possl- - hluiHolf but soveral years ago used to have made It unnecessary for Hud IcCAt.I. PATTPDMO AT TIIH KAISEIt t.nn ,)0 .iepended upon to give tho '"1 of load up with tho rest of tho boys to work lor years. ' J'1!-- . t.ltmPllcltrr. !weak. Hit poor, and the Illiterate ,w" t0 0,)tuln t;xci)'t Krndos the tliy E. E. lticlmrds, President Amor- -' jUgtlce when opposed by the rich, the; woriiteil mado of paper, and already and had n batting average of about tS'hifii.1 by town direct. United SuteV.nl mail Jlure told tlu lean Poultry Association.) nutc. Send lor lice ciUlun. strong, or the learned.- - Hancock tll ,lrht laltul"s "r "'h fabrics aro soven nights a week. Ills faithful dog used to take li tin homo every (being exhibited. Wo are going lo win this wur. It ciarlon, ( Democratic). I Moie ubr bcr. than any olhrt ta.SioV ltoady-mad- o clothing In paper Is night, nnd when Hud signed tho ... Is going to cost our treasury liillloim oi4B"ln-iiiim.in monlh. Invaluable. Ul. to him that tho For Infants nnd Children 'fit present confined (r the most part pledge it occurred inllllnerj, Villi I cwlii(r, He lilil Hut I luM'",i drctiinaUlnir, of dollars hcsldeu thu lives of linn-- 1 fancy iicedleoik,h:iIidrelne, ctHuelte. pood J,.rle. clr. Only w cttnli "I thought you turned over u new to special workmon's clothing. Un dog's early education might be put In Use For Over dreds of thou&amUi of our brlglit Yeara buUKiibo today, or aend lur iaiuiils cont.' J .tire suits of tills are exhibited, us to a profitable use. voting manhood, but we diall win. leaf?" Always bears O.NDUttlTiL iNitin:irT At tho beginning the dog was "Well, the wretched thing blew well as aprons, overalls and olllco Hie To win this war tho quickest, and I Aenti. hrlnirt .rrm!um Weekly (Lon- - coats. The prico of paper fabric? taught how to find street uddrosstw Signature 0f nd new caihnUeuirii, Address citaloira with the least loss of lives we must back!" .Ptarsou'a UcCAU CO. 23J U :w W. 87ta SU. NI1V between 25 cents un'd $1 u and in a few luoutha tho intelligent as Nupuleoa clou.) tut varies provide, thu food, for 0S said: aMSGWSSM '"win?;:,;;? "' " LaLcl 16S I ' ,, ... -- . ., ., i ,... ,., i I '', 1 $ ;"""" " ',. "" Suits vi"1' Htib Cloth Co s r'B. l'"'"t -' HARTFORD, ICY. " ,t.i VVVVfsfri Waeroaasl a y v Waeonsl Wasjons! Kspcrl-exciteme- nt t j t, ' 1 - A. O. MOW OC Centertown, Ky. o SOU : or-th- e , con-thc- j ev-in- $2-0- ' pcr-passa- j j ' daunt-'treatme- nt j '' j -- f i j j How's This? - u well-know- Pol-Fo- n & m e O-- I- DR. J. H.THORPE ''"" poll-linlxn- in -- I - ; ' '"'! jn, CASTOR 30 A tZ&gffi&Su jta U .l jim&wn., si w ar KXV& '. Ku-rop- o, ton Is pressed then ghastly destruce lRRr" fienornll by conn- - KOUItTll.ri.A.HH POHTMAHTKR KXAMI.VATIO.V AXNOIT.NCKIi tion. ly clcrkfl, or other lornl omcors who From the shipping point In nro "uthorlzrd to administer onths. tho men of the "Land Torpedo Hill rXI'l (ISIVhS T,loro w,u ,)0 nl ,om,t 0,, "ccnf,,S. Tlio ITnllcil States CM! Service l county, inul moro Commission han announced an cx- - Corps" could each ride nn niitomo-hll- o each oincfc directly up to tho front, thus reriKontR will ho designated If tho conn- - amlimtlon to ho hold at Heaver Dam, ty iH smclontly liirno to warrant It. Konlucky. on Detcmher 8, 1017, iw lieving the railroads of the burden. J.ICIKNKK roll AMI ,r "" "" ,ttW Pnvl.llHB for a'n ro8i.lt of which It Is expected to- Hero tho lorpedo chnrges could bo MINI'IW WHO I'OW oyMeni of licensing porcoim maim- - make certification to Mil a cuiitum- ( mounted, tets could be made, and HICK AM) nVNAMITK. sliiriiirlnir. RtorliiK. Felling or usliu plated vacancy In tho position of everything could be planned for a postmaster at Koslne, concerted iibSHiilt. '(xploslvos, tho state olllclal author- - fourth-clas- s ' To launch tho torpedoes on th?s Konlucky, nnil other varancles as lued to Issue such RtJitoMlccnses shall Wamiiiiglon, Nov. II. Any por- - ho designated as federal licensing they may occur at that olllce, unless drive, competent olllccrs would have' .I i;on In tln rnltnl Slales found with agents; also elty olllcials qualllled to it shall lie decided In tho Interests to set nntl lock tho steering gear-tThrowing open a clutch from tht oxphiMws In his possession after Imiuo elty explosive Hcoiim's will ho of tho service to fill the vacancy hy Nov. K.. and who does not have a given authority to Issuo federal II- - reinstatement. Tho compensation of rear of the ninrhine, Hie auinmoVl license Issued hy the IVJer.il Kovern- - eases. A fudnral license will not the postmaster at this olllce v.as 5217 Imps ahead audaciously. The vital parts being armored, the enemy will meni showing the purpose for which ielleo any person from securing 1'- - for the last llscal your, Applicants must have reached their bo unable to damage it heverely when expletives are to Im HFcd, will liu tenses required under statu laws and the twenty-firs- t hlrthday on the dute of the machine is seen to be rushing to, at once arrested and lined up toff,.. Until ordinances. GO miles an hour. 000 or dent to prison for one ear. ' In euch state thero will ho appoint- - tho examination, with the exception, ward them at some Closely resembling this land tor In a Male wnere women are tie-It tho elmimstunecs warrant, the rd a statu explosive Inspector, who that j person may he lined $5,uou and In will represent the Ilureau or Mines cmrcti ny siatuie to no m nm us'-- pedo is the torpedo car, described by years, i a writer In Popular Science Monthly with-- ! for all purposes at eighteen addition glon the one ear In pris- In the administration of thu law of age on tho date of tho examination It, too, Is designed to tnVo tho plac? In the state. on. of artillery in preparing tho wny for (inly eltliiens of tho United Stntcs will he admitted. This. Is the principal rlauso In a Applicants must reside within tho Infantry attack. A torpedo carry of countries friendly to the Unit- war measure parsed hy the last Con r.i oh- - territory supplied by the post olllce ing several hundred pounds of high Kress which is now being put Into ef- - en States and tho Allies may so for which tho examination Is an- cxploslvo Is mounted on a chassis. fret hy tho Hureaii of Mines, Depart- la''i licenses. Tho propelling power may be elth- mining companies, nounced. Contractors, ment of the Interior, which bureau The examination Is open to all cit- or gas, steam, compressed air or a and others using large lias hcen charged with Its enforce- runt lymen of explosives, which nro izens of thu United States who can storage battery or electric motor. Its ment. Francis S. 1'cahody, of most Important feature concerns the n hy employees, may issue ex- comply wltli tho requirements. andled a coal Application blanks, Form 1703, method hy which It Is guided and fir familiar witli the use of explosives. plosives to their employees only large amounts of which aro used i'i 'through those employees holding a nud full Information concerning the ed. This is done by means of ca requirements of the examination can bles and wires In tho hands of the tho coal mining Industry, has hocn j license, called a foreman's licenao. ho secured from tho postmaster at attacking party, which Is u notewor purchaser of dynnmlto, In The nppolnted hy Secretary of tho Interdellnlte-IMrccttho place of vacancy ' or from the thy advantage over the land torpedo. Lane to act as assistant to thu gaining a license, tuust stato Commis- Furthermore, the torpedo car, should l.v what tho cxploslvo is to ho used United States Civil Service of the Hureaii of Mines. Van It not reach the enemy because of II Manning, In the enforcement of for and will be held accountable for sion, Washington, I). C. Applications should he properly rough ground, can be drawn back to ! 1 uso as statod and the return of Mio frder the law. the Dire'-- Its executed and filed with tho Commis- tho trench from which It was start-o- d tor or tlio bureau Is oiripov.ured to anv explosives that may be left, 1). ('., by a simple pull, on tho control at tho Willi the strict enforcement of till! sion at Washington, utilize Hie services of all United cable. SMli ..Ulcers and all police olIU :'v the Federal authorities hopu to earliest practicable dale. Tho torpedo ear would cost about eir. . i the states, Including the city, )..'".nt explosives falling into tho $1,000, whereas tho modern naval An Old Man's Stomach. persons and d Milii-- i lorces. county shorifTs, depu- - bind of As we grow older and less active, lorpedo costs $7,000. tJrs. ...i). tables, and all otllccrs In lo .iti'. ti stop to all further dynamite oles nnil less food Is required lo ;il.its. t barged with police tlutlw. un N'o Trench Immorality. meU the demands of our bodies. If " Tl n.itue of tho cities have already The English have alwus had a too much Is habitually taken, the lie ii "rraiiized for Ibis work, head-- . Clear Your Skin in Spiiug. il In n ciiinmllten of rlilt'fs of no- means stomach will rebel. When a man vacuo Idea that Trance Is nn Imclennlnir linnsit Knrlm , ..i.i--it-i. II ...,.. . . .. ..... in i' ............ ...,., ziiiii inns in. ii. .iiI renebps tho advanced age of 85 or noral count! y. To the eye of a mem w in Ik ...i.i ii I nil .ill in ninniiiiiiF iiiuwiii v I'lillmnn, superintendent of pimply skin is an aftermath of win- - !90, you will find that ho is a light visitor France Is the most moral of powers France, Itus-siI). C, is tor inactivity. Flush your Intestines eater. Ho as careful as you will, tho four great pollrof Washington. , Germany; has tho England, you will occasionally eat liowev.-rThe polico aro not only with a mild laxative and clean out chairman more than you should and will feel strongest family life and the most lo look after the enforcement of the tlm accumulated wastes, easy to take, seemly streets. law. I. ui ar also to make thorough they do not gripe. Dr. King's New tho need of Chamberlain's Tablets tabThe slow My amorousness of the u Investigations of all dynamite Pills will clear your complex-rage- s to coirect tho disorder. These pepsin, hut British working classes evidently ware- - ion and brighten our eye. Try Dr. lets do not contain and fires In factories and quicker blood of and si lengthen tho stomach and enable does not suit tho liouses. and to make their reports I i King's Now Life I'ills Thero is Just, enough of the It to perform its functions natural- France. the Director of the ISurenu of Mines throw off the sluggish winter shell. ly. They also cause a gentle move- touth hi tho French to keep demonPersons apprehended In plots to At druggists, 2."c. m stration of affection away from day ment of tho bowels. up factories and bridges will blow light. A certain school of French lie turi'od over to the authorities for Sown Trawler.. d .1 Until-- : SliACK SfSTMXKD. tales of1 novelist, with pro. edition under Federal or stato A number of tourists were looking Parisian life, is responsible fpr the Most slates have specially m- laws down tho crater of Vesuvius, when an The court of appeals has finally reputation of his country. Whatever Iiiiimili, .... flute?!, .... ..... ,i(AllIorIcflIl rumar,,ed to his compan- - decided that the Democratic cniuli tho Frenchman about town may r,r iorh nun an vxiruiuu iuii.iu. ui ' ion : dates in Ohio county, who failed to he seems by no means typical of the years Imprisonment for twenty-fiv"That looks a good deal like tho Me with tho County C'lrk the cer- many millions oi i reiienmen who tho plating- of dynamite with Intent infernal regions. tificates of their nomination, cannot are not about town. And if French to blow up property. The penalty An Knlith woman nearby, who set their natnc3 upon the ballot, and women, as 1 have heard Frenchmen provided In this Federal war measovorhwird him, said to Iter frond: there will virtually be no election say, are legere, they aro the best ure is merely to cover the Illegal "My! Hoiv those. Americans do fin that county next Tuesday, in tho world and their tho mothers of explosives. New York Exchange. by "lightness" is not vulgarly obtrudRepublicans getting the olllccs provides that everyone travel! The law ed. default. who handles explosives must have u Thoy say that many domestic In this tho higher court fully susSlns of linpttnement. Tho manufacturer, the imlicense. your dnughter Improv tains .Judge Slaclc, who guided by tragedies will lio played at the conIvory Is porter and thu exporter must have rendered clusion of the war. If so they will a number of precedents, hy tho Hurra u of ing in her piano practice? license- issued j I think so. Some of tho the same dcciblon several days ago. not bo played alone, and compared Zlne The sellor of Mines in Washington. Neither Judge Slack, nor the court with the tragedies of fidelity played nod to me again. explosives and tho purchaser or ex- - neighbors of appeals, eould do otherwise than all these dreadful cars they will he gwan. must also have licenses, decide the case upon the strict, tech- as black rabbits to brown for numnical construction of tho law". The bers. For the truth on morality In Democratic candidates had failed, 'n France we must go 'back, I expect, tho time prescribed by the law, to to that general conclusion about the lllo their certificates, and there was French character tho swift passage from head to heart and back again, no relief for tliem. Any criticism that may have been which, prohibiting extremes of Purimado of Judge Slack because- of his tanism and of license, preserves a action in tho case must lnll to tho sort of balance. earth harmless, for tho court of ap peals has vindicated his construction MIXtSTKKS OU.IKCT TO KNiTTiNH ix eitimuii The matter could havo of tlio law. gone directly to tho couit of apSpringfield, 111., Nov. 10. Knitpeals from Judgo Slack's court it tho may bo a m xspr spa- in Democrats ot Ohio county hud liibt ting socks for soldiers Mrmrw j 'obtained n temporary Injunction bpleudld rxamplo ot patriotism, but from tho circuit clerk of their coun- it is entirely out of place when mixed ty, which Slack would have dis- with religion. This Is the universal opinion ot solved, thus leaving tho matter open SpriiiKllehl and other lllinnlH patttorp, to appeal. It is unnecessary to say that tho when tho suggestion of Hev. McKl-vcepastor of the First Congrega-tlonPink-ham- 's , people of Judge Slack's district have ' tho utmost conlldenco In his ability Church of Evaiibtoii, 111., that ,111111 fairness in deciding a the fair bix bring their knitting with perfect concrete question of law. No polit- them to church on Sunday wan made. ical feeling could swerve him. Tho It brought a flood of protests In PeMessenger has often attested Its oria as well as here. The ministers Doctor Snld OporaIou or Doath Hut arcdlclno Cured. faith In him. Judgo Slack Is, on the declared to do so would tnlcu tho bench and off tho bench, a fair man. mind from the devotional exercises, iimiiiiiiuiuumiiiiiiiii Dcs Moines. Idwn. "My husband says I would lessening the Interest in roliglnn and Ovvenshoro Messenger. havo been in my pmvo today liad it not been for causing nu irreparable Injury to true Lydia VI. Pinkham'n Vegctablo Cniupound. I sufi .. iiiMiy'TEfftiii A lianil Torpedo, fered from a norious female trouble and tho doctors patriotism, as defined by the church. IIHfflB,ffllnll said I could not livo ono year without an operation. Tho submarine torpedo it the most My husband objected to tlio operation and had .mo Ml Ml destructive weapon of the sea. Then How Htrctigth IncrtvihCw. lBRIpvj trv Lydia E. l'inkliam's Vecelable Compomid. I why not a land torpedo? A cheap The strength of males increases soon commenced to get better and am now well Ivohlclo could ho mado to carry a hlgh- - rapidly from 12 to 19 years, and ut and able-- to do my own liotisowork. I can recom a huge shrapnel, or it rate similar to that of the weight, mend Lydia E. I'mkham's Vegctablo Compound to explosive mlno, n as a wonderful health restorer." Mrs. In mlssllo which would be a comblna-'tlo- - aud more slowly and regularly up lo any woman of both. Whero necessary, pro- 30 years, after which it declines at Blakciiu Ji:rrKitsoN,703 Lyon St., Des Moines,Iowa. vldo tho vehicle with caterpillar an IncrenBlug rate to the age of CO Another Operation Avoided. and years. The strength of females Inwheels and with a Richmond, Intl. "For two years I was so sick and weak from dispatch It toward tho enemy, over creases ut a moro uniform rato from fomalo troubles that when going up stairs I had to go very slowly shell craters, and through onlanglo-lncnt- s 9 to 19 years, moro slowly to 30, afwith my hands on tho stops, then sit down at tlio top to rest. 'lho Into tho opposing trenches. ter which It falls off In a manner slm- thought I should havo an oiieration, and my friends doctor said ho At 1 viml'.t movo into our now nouso. my uaugiuor There tho charge could bo exploded, lint. I, llifit nf limine thought I would not livo to and tho men and property within fomules are waiter than mnloB byi asked mo to try Lydia E. Phikha'm's Vegetable Compound as sho had twenty-tw- o pounds, at 20 years of taken it with good results. I did so, my weakness disappeared, I blasted into oblivion. gained in strength, moved into otir now nomo, uo au kiiius oi gaiueu pounds. Tho originator of this plan Is Ke-ll- x ago thirty-si- x work, and raised hundreds of chickens and ducks. I cannot say Sabah of Philadelphia. The ground Vegetable Coaipouiid."-M- ra. iiiiouirh in nraiso of Lvdia E. Pinkliam's Not There. 's Land" being flat, ordiof M. 0. Johnston. Uouto D. Jiox 100, Richmond, Ind. "Judgo," said Mrs. Stnven to the nary gasoline automobiles of 6ma'.l Of course there are many serious cases that only a bizu aro used. In thorn tho charge Is maglstrnto who had recently come to We freely acknowledge board with hr, "I'm particularly anxsurgical operation will relieve. carried, consisting of about a o'f oxpltfalvo, mounted ious to have you try UiU chicken them, this, but the above letters, and many others like frame. Tho fir- iOUp." jmnlv prove that many operations are recommended when on tho crutoh-llU- o "I lwve tried it," replied the wail- ing wlrw which !od lack to thf m iw. w ..wvwv.. lllCUlCinU 111 JU.lliy ok etrt igniting cell project frop 'ttrate. "eitd my decision U tht ;the Jlcdl-i.Lydfa U. wrlto If you want special mlvteo Mtwu. toYour lottorPinkliamopouod,o tho rear. The ir telephoa- - e'en hss iwwt M oW ". -vill Ha (coiiilueiitlnl) Co. oi .J "" -e ii!..- - i.. ai.'iwt tl Xv...1-- iv au)s'Ci'vUi bi ii viwu..ii LAI miUTUni 0 (jUllItUlLO t" f l"lilP rHi AimtkMMamJlMMKm Net flnntpnls FiFliiiii Drachrc m n II O X 1II n I U I I I 1 SW '"'1 wMMMj) For Infants and Children. j i - "cry? fi., I H" AS1BRM Mothers i rfilinT.-.irij- n CUNT. I Know That . Genuine Castona W '-- -A Jt slmilalSniUieroodftyBnla mmmmm, Thereby rromolinniitai r.hreWii ncssanUlvCSi-w""- " ncilhcrOpium.Morphincnor llnii'liicSloatcnndRfflvrfsor 1 Always Bears the mature of $ In Mineral. jifaiDaunvm J Jhmpk.1 jUx Stnv iriiUtStUt JVmttnml . NotNabcotic t iUJr Use ir Over Aitfina Wnn.fr. iianfieJSajiir . Clil-nr.- o, rvvr.Z! ,ii..y."" . . . j..r- - . ! ii well-know- one-roto- 1 ConslIpnllonnndDiarrMCi. LOSS OF StEEP rcsullin Bar cfromnlnfan M At oh-It- ir or tr,5 i Tac Simile SKnoffi01 lV"t 4o ilia"!). Tl:CcNTAGon,,'v', WFv umj Thirty Years ovllly-dispose- Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCCNTlUNCCMFANr, NtWVOBHCITY, -- 5J3SS r?eri?r?fawTi i a -- ,..... - mroroii Jiff gjf11 nf y m m iiBBia. a, - Starck Pianos No Money inAdvunco SntiBfao (ion Gnnr out-i,if- nut cod I T' r i o f h TEa H Fact "y S2O0 f ory high-colore- Terms A Snviitji oi From Fut Direci i.t ,,,.. ..... fi e ..., ! SlOO io Y0UU( h' I P A. STARCK 'RtCIDCNT j OWN HOME 30 froo trial, in Vk'a will shin you a beautiful Starck r,an f'r that days' vlll play upon,your uso you home. Ko cash rayment required. All we aslt !n not iund test this piano for 30 days. If. at the end of Slut time, ou Uo you llncl it - the iiui,u highest Brndc, sweetest toned anu nncst pianc la r.very way, iiiui and we will. In that s en for the money, you aro at perfee liberty to t.end event, pay the iioieht Doth ways. T i; starw: i'lano must :nane jjooa wiui yuu, I or there la no sale. ! .- $ 5W - es .hin ilircct to vou from our factorr. it nrlces that kucvuii uimarda of $150.00 tc Jic 'e guaMiitii; to turnlsli ef your piano. Icort a Ixttir iiano for Hie money ttian jou can el w hi re. You are avurnl of receiving ifactcry tweet toot'l durable bieh rraile W plaito. Save $150.00 or Mora Easy Payments Tou pay no cash down, but niter CO days of trial, you can boirln piymint on the low-er- t, easiest terms ever HiERNlnl by a piano arc arranged lo manufacturer. These ruit your convenience, and it Is possible for you to buy a piano for jour home, without inissl.Tjr the money. -- ,, OR.Vear Ctitrantaa V Evrrv Starck Tiano i piaraatecd for 05 years. Tma guarantee hat bacic S5 years of piano cf it cxperlir.ci", and the revu-tallc- n of an resjranslble ptano liou'tc. j 2nd Kami Bargain -- ?lQVS7?i&n09 Starck Playcr-l'lann- s ir the let and most beautl r win hs ..c lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will le pleased with the ery low prices at which they can be secured. (J) oiarcK n-.- 4 $gq Mamf sr 50 Free Musio standard makes taken In for new Starck The follow-- I I ki-- r'ajci'-riiros- . ii:s are a few cample bargains: Wo have conitantly en lianJ a larfM nuiiOier ot eliuutlf ami second-hanpianos of all j ua! i'i'eriou market. rus 40 ins A - Lessors To ciery rurehawr ot Starck l'ianos, we ele free music lessons. In one of the best known schools In Chicago. Thcw ltsuns you can take in your own home, liv mail. This represents one tar's (iv. instruction. weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Sta.-c- k sfiiu.uu 32.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 litest complete bargain list. 1313 Send for our ww P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., lSSBSnSSaSBSSJSSlSBBaaSSeBSSBSBBSSBSSSSSB Starch Bld.. CHICAGO Send tojj.r for our new licautlfully Illustrated plan) book which gies jou a luge amount oi information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. write today. Piano Book Frea The Right Medicine in Many Cases Does Better than the Surgeon's Knife. Tribute to Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. I j n, al You Can You Be Whatever! want To Be You can be a success, and a big success, if you have IHNJ!aB wire-cutte- r, 1 AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite of today almost withfor preparedness. Tho out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for tho position that are waiting for cho prepared man or woman. School ln session the ontiro year. Pupils may eiAor at any time and rCCOiVQ proper classification. big-me- n m Hi ,mi "No-Mnn- i ds liii 5 B (Incorporated) ie sfr . . OWEiSSBORO. KY. 1"". ' it-- cv-av- ee4M fji -- zri mr. .sCTTVJ TtrjoMiacm.w '..'"' . gossip? In house Harttord nepupncan.way thehero u If4 not for for clearln); rccHpt I I per away like a bunch of mice around j K.XTORT SIO.OOO FROM FOIU) and Bnilnes Manager. AND THK MKMIMIIS WHISKI.Y ithe meal barrel at the approach of a' Albert Rial says one of the Count tJwt Poteftlm ' Cat. It takes nerve to work It, but natlUmz to Detroit. Mich. Nov. 13. An In- ty officials took the Magistrates home .A Ky.. Commercial-Appe- al . anltrr of fh wrtwd'lt will work. &g we know from ex-- 1 dictment charging uso of the malls ' eiM, pcrlence. And you need not let Uo defraud was returned by the Fcd-Jer- with him to feed the other day and on ' their way back to court they stopped "" BOTH ONK VKAIt FOB your conscience hurt yon abont It. y grand Jury here against 4 to fflf aj Address all communications as yoH 3re thr0ugh the Jacob Yellin, token Into custody re- at his place, chipped in an bought a Mon half bushel of popcorn, which thoy Republican. he Hartford whole bunch will be back on the cently in connection with an allege 1 line, as happy as a Rang of geese at plot to extort J 10,000 from Edsel I! consumed with what looked to him ' power appeIlka about an NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS reed time. Let 'em gossip. Ford, son of the millionaire manu tite. Rial says, says he, about as X a i!lrt9 .tie. . . fit'rtT n tw nn. imm". i. miiis b "- 4' .n..k. facturer. Yellin was arrested after follows, what's the answer? maAtr mint a A 1 IJ f .j r 4a ' r.e tiaruora nrui.i Edgel Kon, rPCeVP,i a letter threat- gets its foot in It , but It By pvjaI amingmientH, mo are enabled to fiirnMi llieso inn fctjr ot ,,,, nfant th A few days ago there was a man -. mt0 pom., for ;k ItmlltNl time. tLinrn. ut IhU lour 0t For n. u no.ooo In County Court under a lunacy' Tlio (vonuiierrLiNApiMvil It ; large and one of tlio rry Idt tQ an ,nted pIace. 'aw It is a bit nervous because1W Ohio charge. (The authorities wero let-- ; s fiv.. bat ethr ' cennty s Republican lawyers Cixli must In all for nrrorntaay ottw In tlio South. publUlicil not. Yellin, when arraigned late this Cbanh dtrtiiBt.s.-iTU- . advise Mr Hamby. Republican candl afternoon stood mute, and a plea of ting him go about town as he pleasixwh onlcr. TliN rule N applicable to tvnewuls nnd new oubscriW. no Ht , ed). The Court ordered S. A. Bratch-- , iaoBaoo. HBmoi.itl. foj. sutp g,nator the Hop. not guilty was entered by the court rrt alike. tction er to go out and gather up a jury to( n district, to resign the 0(000 balI No VfM heI(1 ln try th accused. Atis proceeded to 'office of magistrate Deroro ne was !date for his trial was fixed. summon a bunch of good looking .123 'elected Senator. The Herald's thrust SKNI) YOl'B OBDKB TO J Jurors, but Imagine the surprise of at County Clerk Blankenshlp Is a IIKNTATj WORK the Court and every body around, i provides a pen-- r . lame one. The law J)r Fred S. Itocxl. of Ixiulsville, 1' 'jate-li- n tJle,"araes ,f h Juro wre NOVEMIira 10 alty of forfeiture of office, a line of! Bank Building. Mo mtlDAV.. -- " "n tne penHent.ary 500 and a term a UmU f fo ummon had ! 44444444't444-4-444444- Vour tooth ;,UnfaCr, for a county clerk who places thelmoile 'ork. .,. There Is much complaint about the nnmn of a candidate, who has not case. bl? Court sal.l i . . ,,,.,, vou. who to try. If juiii :.. recently gathered corn softening iu flled with him his certificate of nom 'iniuiiics uuicmjt rvintnuoi. 44-44-4 the crib, and farmers will do well to inatlon, on the ballot. But in the Bratchcr didn't set 'em up to the 4 'crowd, he certainly fell far short of watch their corn closely. Waiting At The Church. 'case of Senator Hamby the law only In a Southern town the principal nls "uiy, . makes his neglect to resign as mag- . ,,....;.,,, lne nepuoucua pan, ... c causo for the amusements of the colored copula control in the city of Louisville in gtate Sam Keown says what if he does (o refu?c tQ geat Mm u ton aro U3Uar weddlngs and fun- J919, and the Democrau will not imposes no penalty upon the Senate crals. Recently the afrlcan Method- - have a rusjj in the Sheriff's office. He rtoal the governorship from Ed Mor- or upon any other official ln the event 1st preacher accosted one of the breth- - has Mrs. Keown and Miss Harriet DOOR HANOEK. row again as they did in that city In the Senate should refuse to take ad- ren on the street and the following there to do the work any way. ) 913. vantage of the situation, and seat him. conversation ensued. 4W "Didn't see yo' at do weddln las' About the meanest man in town Is J: Here Is a case where common decen1M The Hartford Herald repeats 4 tho fellow whom wo heard kicking We will furnish you tlie "Big I" Jlangois at cy, to say nothing of broad mlnded- - night." boost of candidate Robertson's ma- 4- 'Nan, suh, didn t know dey was the other day because he said he had a fafrly elected Jorlty at Rockport. but falls to men- - tjness. demands that QOt be deprive! one. r. to always bo buying hair for his wife, per pair. Braced Burn Door Rail atOic pur fool. public Official should tlon that in Mr. Robertson's heavy. 4 "Dey fho' wus, and a fine one, too. who was growing gray so tarnation of his office upon a technicality, but majority is Included 57 votes given Freight paid to your railroad station. Semi us your He said about every C months Mr. Hamby will be deprived' of bis.De rhu'ch wus dressed up swell wid'fast. fclm by ar. error of th election offi- tho wig or switch or whatever It Is. Office, and the Herald will applaul all dem nevergreens and 'don't-you- -i order today. We will make shipment the same day 4- 1. lers that ho did not poll In North jthe acl. forglt-mcs- !' and such like, and Mlf'in.l the hair didn't match. He was 4 IU.ckport precinct. 4-- 4 a bald headed guy too. on dey long-taile- d dem rushers had we receive your order. Satisfaction guaranteed. .. .. jvu.aiu. " ,i 'coats and rattan leather shoes: and I 4 ..i. With tne COIinpSC Ol . We reprint from the Owensboroi jom brldemalds wus powe'ful stylish Wallace Riley, who Is traveling 11 e Meitcnger and the Hawesville Clirmors wid dem swlshy clothes an'green cah- - for a water proof clothing company.workPapers. .id -, ion. both Democratic nrnnnr,,s.' Not slnclbobs. An', man! dat bride wus de ' would set mighty hungry if he . ,. tonal compliments of Judge Slack for , . nf!mo' elegant yaller gal whut I seen on commission, selling that damp -I V 1IA1J nnrf (ilatlrf. of his ru!'nz ' Alllllil, Oli. thi. stuff lu a territory as dry a nl3n ftr aa- - Wlu a lonB W"'!P' INfORl'ORVTKn . r.A ' A that other horde of devas- 4' . 4' have been for quite a in the Ohio county oanot case, j uiij, trail and ono o her mammy b laoe , ihohU Roe lau" John S. Rhea heard and determined two Mgr. ...... i curtains pinned to her bald! She spell. It's so iloggon dry here that JAK'i: FORDSVILLE. KY. iniiusauu .ictiio .t,"i wuz- even old timers like John Henry and 1'ie same law suit, but we searched 4' Mtion been to ominously thrcatene'l isho! 4' in vain through the columns of ihe uu ? Q'lorriei! uroino Rat-- 1 Alec Porter aro covored with a sog- If t. Turkish sarascry any eommenda- Hartford Herald for V4.444444444444444.44444444444 444444444444 tus. "yo ain't said nothin 'bout th? gy. murky, impenetrable sort of blucvc-- v " German cruelty have made a tory noticoof Judge Rhea's decision. "ow dld hc ,ook- - and what 'irvn08- tl . compliment ! If tho Herald will he have o7" by their waning tar of the " (lucis that It is h irony of LIST OK Khta decision we will reprint the a 'of war. overspread tbo It is Wednesday night. Prayer mg A look of gloom people have tbee maddened ELECTED ON NOV. ft - fate or something of the sort, as 1 countenance, j meeting night again, and after steadtide In "bor car" type sleek " ""- - reverend's IfirUttll eiciji iviiniuniauuii .. I.nrtw .lit llv n.tiiiijltnfv mr nilnr fnr Korno 2 ... isk myself, wonder how they knew ......... ." .iJ atlUCKa. uiau. uuu b juu ivhj, w Following is complete list of comiIs preas da) and us t,oilInciloIwnBKerneTCrditl8,howup".,'oaM' l pause' as l hCar ,h choir, that 14 L IndS, and Witll blood 10 the .., ty, district and city olllcinls elected columns bo!hind? !n rr glvlnsU La" Home Journal. a groat day com- - about slng.ng. "There's ', in the caldron of hate within tho entire county at the re., jijii.- juij.vmv... free rein to tho vilest instincts of. .. ..... . ....So called World's champions can cent olectlon: HUM iu baiu. ik is 'prlmiti- - savagery. Merciless mutil rteeco tho public out of about as much County onirials. duty to save every morsel of food to "- -; Representative L. L. Embry "Oln in 20 or 30 minutes as the avslarvlng fellow mortal. atlon of captive men, mu nicr of feed these upon i County Judge Mack Cook. erage earnest, hard working man nnlv to nocent babes and outrages Vr.ii mil nft cqVoiI fn chastity, are reported common County Attorne- y- A. I). Kirk. can gather In a life time. "SHERIFF CLERK save that the surplus be sold and male , , n ,. v," v.i,11 noi uniTorsai (jrutiitca. County Clerk W. C. Illankunsblp "-- 1 Sherif- f- S. A. llratcher. Yes, most any of we fool guys a single Individ' ' western line in nurojie uaiif little economies of six thousand years of fruit Assessor D. E. Ward. would separate ourselves from 4 to nal inny seem but a trifling matter fate of liberty and tho rights Supt. of Schools E. S. Howard. 6 bits to seo Jess Willard give a ten tint lliii little tavincs of a hundred ful toll for the PREUIN'CTS French and English arms Coroner Dr. A. II. Riley. trrt r .ftl- - Ot men. .111....... r.t In.llrl,liin1tt m minutes exhibition of his I1JIIUU3 ill limiiliiuain IllftftC , against Surveyor C. S. Moxley. and count ourselves in luck begin today and stand today1. the last barrier f... Let us lossal wholo. ........ 1..cl ml , lne ..f Hartford Magisterial District Ed. at that. rave every possible particle of food .l. """"P" ui Ior' an' ac,ro38 the """''' Shown. Justico of tho Peace; Joo famishing nations nnd send it to the 201 157 156 107 1G8 S7 they aro Kast Hartford . . .. bosom of a don't get a new ribbon the ' 108 i is) 134 is: forIf my boss Oliver I am going to Wilson. Constable. 31 isi a helping hand, and, w West Hartford. . 'calling for Fordsvlllo Magisterial District II. old 117 120 104 116 106 ', 108 it with shame and humiliation. Uoda chuck this stuff up good and hard. F Rico, Justice of tho Peac; C. A. , In his desperate anxiety about hU 152 123 131) 86 122 V. e Sulphur Springs S5J of blackers. says It's so dim he Craig, Constable. next year Ollie James has we are a nation S4 Duke 50 69 38 70 33 freely, it is true, our money, and Magan Sulphur Springs Magisterial Discan't see the point In It no how. Just rot his traps. to ketch "em a gwynelh' 12'J 26 120 21 123 181 nurses and a pagcant- - Cromwell what you reckon ho means? trict W S. Dean, Justico of tho . He voted against a 'Our Red Cross nnd a rornin 44 43 32 55 42 l ,, . . iry of commissions, but we are loth Cool Springs . . . v...... Peace; II. (1. Daniel, Constable HUh. ...-.- . .I.v72 '. v.... ...U.. U...W. .....- ..v to make tho heroic sacrifice without North Rockport 175 95 1171 S3 11. Iiartlett Magisterial District over i to please the wets and then went 53 11C 4G 79! ssj .'.lj ot man-- j the jC. RhoailCK, Justice of the Peace; C. to the Haley drys. body, breeche and which may free institutionsfrom the south Rockport 101 42 76 27 73 25 b rescued Select iH, Wade, Constable. He told the mothers of the 'kind r.oul. 80 70 7S 62 75 C7 devastating hands of the Huns, the Horse Rrunch . . . . Contertown Magisterial District country last year that If they would 196 53 1S6 36 183 40 our countrymen. This coun- ' Rosine (I. W. Rowo. Justice of. the Peare;, rloct Woodrow Wilson President tho lives of 116 9G 101 ID 10G noj try needs a Peter, The Hermit, to East Reaver Dam 11. K. Ulshop, Constable bones of their sons would never 101 85 U9 82 86 j West Beaver Dam awaken it to Its danger. "I Roslno Magisterial District W, C bleach on a foreign battle field, and 73 53 7S C 37 C7 , Mcllenry jiftcr tho war began he said no moth- -' Daughorty, Justico of the I'eace; C. 88 .. .... 134 95 124 - IJ... ..1.U 11. I .. 90 Lll KOTICK! 121 '"- n uepuoncans oi rwu.uuj n... , v ,. H. White. Constable. rr was worthy to have a ton it she 32 0 32 52 29 bmaunoua Sra,tn' of "'"viiie, Rockport Magisterial District would not offer him upon the altar l'0'" a'nr . 9 150 143 49 141 60 ap- - East Ford evil III II. Hrown, Justice of the Peace; A. of his country. If that don't catch the splendid typo of men be has 116 99 110 82 106 I0 1 shnll quit tlio photograph bus- C. of puhiic wost horusvine to the Board nn, nil .!,.. fm.it win i i.. in,, tri... pointed lierrymuii. Constable. 25 E6 27 44 25 l iness in Ohio county Dec. 20th. If Works and Safety. Tho future tuo- - Aotnavllle gors ot Ollle's traps Cromwell Magisterial District 69 you want 90 54 5 59 M pliotographit work dona Sam L. Stevons, cess of the Republican party In the Shreve .. Justice of tho Ptaea. 5 77 C8 C4 55 (his last oppor tak advantage of Tho recent Republican success In State will depend upon the succeai Olatoa 50 (unity 10 lj 41 71 42 and come. Mio city of Louisville puts young .of Mayor Smith's administration In j Ruford For Tho Various Towns. (SJ 95 90 56 5 17 Alt work will b promptly flalta e falls city, and the high charac- - j Iiartlett nhedey Searcy on the may of 10C 57 45 73 42 Ccntertowa. 71 d. yubllcnn politics In Kentucky. Mr. 'ter and abll'ty of th. appointees re- - Leila 32 42 28 37 30 Marshal E. M. Davis. l K. S. ICHROBTKR, Searcy Is young, brilliant, energet- - Iferrcd to Insuro th new Republican Coralvo Blj 44 54 34 43 Pollco Judgo J. A. Keneer.. 3S Pleasant rbaUfrapbar. If and resourceful, and tho success of ,'admlnlHtratlon in th falls city will 75 '92 65 70 Trustees L. c. Morton, S. T. 71 'unow Urn rurtr In thn Kalln Citv in iiiu; ln . be an honor to tho party in the State. 42 69 45 42 43 1 J. F. Ross, K. K. Ulshop, W. H largo measure, to bis Indomitable The names of Lewis Y. Johnson, Lud-wl- ll Ralph a 45 S0 33 48) 47 Hocker. and determination. Louisville low F. Petty and Joseph Sellegman, Prentiss 36 (0 29 51 30 Ilnrtfonl. not be wrested fioni the gang, who compose th Hoard of Public Herhert rmild 75 13 75 20 Mayor J. E. Roan. 75 20 rn long dominating It, In a single Safety, aro well known to the people Arnold 32 33 11 t 33 Police Judge C. M. Crowo; I tampalgn, and the sucretfs of last of tho State, both for their ability Render 21 22 33 21 City Council W. W. Rlloy, W. M. 30 week was the fruit of three recent mid high charactor, and insure for the Simmons I'nrk, W. E. Ellis, P. II. Taylor, S. C. campaigns lu that city, In which Mr. administration tho fullest confidence 2876 2709 2583 2051 Homier, A. 0. Acton. 2567 Z081 Total of tho people of Lou-I- n rloarcy bus been the guiding splrP. 'and .()!-- ' THANKS. CARD I 167 6321 48C Majorities I'onNvllle. of 1). II. 0. Roso, party councils of Kentucky luMlle. futuro Pollco JiidKoU. P. Kissinger. and Edward J. Republican politicians It will bo the Hen J. llrumlovo Wo wish to publicly thank our TiusteesJ. . Coopor, (5, E. ii. part of wisdom to ask young Mr. Mi'llor, members of tho Hoard of L'. It. Jonca, O. T. Cobb, 782 vote3 friends and neighbors who so kindly I He Works, Insure u higher ordor of c. H. Morris for Attorney Goncral, recolvcd. to sit In. Chns. rendered us such valuable assistance, Mnuon. 58 : public sorvlco to tho city, and un hon- - J. It. Wellcr, fir Representative, received. -. .: during tho Illness and passing awav 2604 Tlio country pronH is constantly or to tho party ot tho State. Mr. I . L. Embry, for Hoprosontatlvo, received Rockport. of our dear mother, Mrs. Joscphtin) Police Juilgo j. 'p. Jackson. 85 nagging the uonicu folks for moiiop-- , iirunilevo Is a Democrat, and Is being '. it Tlchanor, for County Judge, rocolved Especially do wo wish to Park. Marshal Will Langford. ollzlng tlio teluphoiio with gossip to rowiirdud by Mayor Smith for hta Jak Cook, for County Judge, rocolved 2619 " thank Dr. Pcndloton for his never " 0 Trustcos James Wilson. Sr.. .1. the lilndomiicu of peoplo who have splendid purl lu pvorturultig tlio cor-to- .1 H. Clnnn, for County Attorney, received To Rev. Harper mid W. Ross, A. 11. KoviU. tiring effort. luifcliiOKs with tlio line, but wo rupt Democratic machine that lias 4s D. Kirk, for County Attorney, rucolvcd .' 2C1 E. J. llratcher. Iter. Litchfield for their loving words Rushing Hunt. r1 ure oil tho gldu of' tho Vioniun, Cod so' long burdened tho poplu ot Lou-blo- w i".vt. Unlto. for Jallir, reclvHl . ot sympathy; to tho choir for the tlioin, hiiiI stand roudy to wnt Jsvlllu. Tho Editor of tliU papor Is vortli TIehRor, for Juller, received 2612 " Heater Dam. beautiful inuslo gendered and to till " 1'ollco Ju(lo 41 II. W. Hooper. oil any call, shot I of quo for h do- - opeUlly vratliKMl at th appolat-to- r i) Jf. 8twrt, for Asetor, ruceivod otharo who In any way, have hulpod Trust . W. T. MsJCuniw, K. J o.' t;.e Bte dfitartmaiit. till thn of Ludlow 1'attv to the Uoord r RWAr. for AwtHMnr. rernivad J. . . ,,,., ,olHW1M , b0 fwnU w wr,r,o,Tf,ll,,,;rr-n- , . Tllfonl, R. w. Klnr, 1 d tr wtmreit bav f' As nii dimtr. dbttiet ma to tbIr nay out. of ' Hhl .jrtM. j, chtnu. w ws. ' . n' ' ifr .... .'.. .i i. i . , k.iiiUvl 11 li l'j Mnif I rf.-fMal to-da4-I Petty, at Republican State Headquarters at Louisville last fall, w : the line, If you have nerve enough came In close personal contact win Weekly by to use it. It l easy if yon know .Mr. Petty for several months, an I rnb1lhl HARTFORD PltttiTINQ COMPANY how Just call out In a strong, vlg- - during that long and pleasant relaIncorporateI orous angry voice, "Get off the line." tion we learned to respect his hlg.i W. S. TINSLEY, it WII bind the whole half tloien. order of ability for public service, an C. E. SMITH, talking at once. Of coarse they will to lore him for his excellent person- President (get mad. and say Ml sorts of mean jal qualities. . .KlItor things abont yoit. but the nest time ffOHX IIK.VRY THOMAS r .. ... .1. ... ..... yotl can tor mo line 11 ...... u m iucy m ncaiu-- j ril.iltii-.- i nun TINSLEY, Awlaie W. 8. Any- J STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) I 1 Scc.-Trea- a. .. n. ! Tlnsley's wife made him burry her potatoes the other day and the old itaa came down town swearing that hi wife's hack lot looked like tha portion of Egypt In whleh the pyramids are located. Cash Bargain Offer!? The Hartford Republican ppritto J t,,.t. r- Ba.i.rNotirMw.M ' T. ,nr.n.iT... :zt:::::t nra. . - reA-9pape- nip. i,arry ,e ih-t- s rl ..Hns-Chrlstla- ill? ,,nI j" r --, - THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. "- . -. i ,.., i "Big 4" Flexible Barn Door Hangers THK.-TI'KKlUKIiARN i t ' t I I $L'r ! , i t , ...... ei'O'' w- i Fordsviile Planing Mill Company f WIION. .''. lrts f tiar. ZTJM ... .u.,'.., ... t. .,.,i ! official Vote of Ohio County as Tabulated h, I iB. '" i"' "'""' - , "r "I I "I Re-jth- Pnt a ar-ha- m, "I "I Tho-name- s ' Puh-Kuar- Fu-in- ! ....- uI ...,.... rst .,....,.,... :.''. fttlt. nirjai ; ...t. 2i ' Jt- -r MMI dk. JK ' tmmitKamtsswm ' ttftob. - nt-- r Winter Supplies Shorlff S. O. Keown mndo a hurried (rip to Mndlsonvlllo Wednesday. H. C. Rhodes, .Itistlco of tho Pence, elect, of the Harden District, was In town on Monday, S F.. Hudson, who resides on Mr. and MrH. !(. 1. Taylor wore in Loulsvlllo a few dnyn tho first of Itottto 1, Llvonnoro, but In this county, was hero on business Monday. tlio week. Mr. V Jn times nf high cost of wearing apparel you Hhonld select with care your place to l)iiy your winter supplies. We bought heavily most of your winter needs months ago. hence we are in a position to olfer yon lots of mereliaiidiFe below its market value today. Underwear An indispensable, jut Ho. We have a large and varied assortment. Von will be wise to get om pricks. Mary Surjan, llttlo daughter of Mr. Mrs. Essie Jennings, of Graham, Sam McMurlry, of near town, Is 111 j after spending tho week hero with of dlplitliurln. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). W. King, returned to her home Inst Mr. E. A. Carter, of Huptsvlllo, Saturday. Ala., spent tho week-en- d with friends hero last wcok. See Fordsvllle l'lanitig Mill Company's ad. In tills Issue for prices on Mrs. T. F. Nenl, of Whltojvllle, vis- tho "Ulg 4" Ham Door Hangers -ited Mrs. It. E. Ilnynes and daughter, tho Hanger with a reputation. Semi n fow days laBt week. them your order to-da- Select Your S j Winter Shoes From Our Stock! 2 2 Men's Work Coats Out door work requires the heavy kind, We have Mrs, S. O. Keown will go to Louis- Corrinno Foglo, an Infant 7 yearn villn Saturday to visit her non, Llou of age, whoso mother is dead and tenant Gllmoro Keown. fchoBo father, S. O. Foglo, had abandoned her, was committed to the k Mr. Oeorgo M. Johnson, of tho Kentucky Chlldron's homo on last neighborhood, mado n business Monday. trip to Nushvlllo last wcok. sw i them. Our prices are right. Rubber Boots and Shoes The famous Hall brand. Known and worn by everybody. No fanner can go through a winter comfortable without them. Hig stock. Prices right. Overcoats and Mackinaws A Messrs. John E. Tooley and ClifCounty Attorney A. I). Kirk was In ton Doyd, two Ohio county boys, who Madlsonrlllo und Owcnsboro on le- were drafted and in trulning at Camp gal business, the first of the week. Taylor, have been released and discharged from military service by the Commonwealth's . Attorney C. B. War or Exemption Hoard. Smith went to Calhoun Monday for tho opening of the McLean Circuit Miss Lizzie Mercer was adjudged Court. a person of unsound mind, or a lunatic, at an Inquest bold In County Mrs. E. S. Howard and little daugha fow days since, and committer, Tryphena, went to Caneyvlllo Court ted to the Western Ky. Asylum for Monday, where they will visit relathe Insane. tives. V. M. Stewart, who has been makELITE KMHJH As good as Is ing Ills homo with his son and daughmado none better. ter, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Leisure, of W. E. ELLIS & MIO. lGtt near Deda, for sonic months, ha? gone to remain a few months will Judge W. II. Dames and stenog son, B. 0. Stewart, of Deavjr Myrtle Lnshbrook, were his rapher, Miss Dam. In Centcrtown taking depositions yes terday. The quail season opened yesterday and almost every man In town, who See W. E. ELLIS & HltO. for bale ties and poultry wire. Prices could muster a gun of any sort, went 1914 to tho fields and thickets after Dob ;Jght. White. With tho present enormous we Eureka and Swansdown Flour for prices prevailing for munitions, Vv E. ELLIS & predict tliis season will be harder ?12..r.O per barrol at on the hunters than the hunted. 191-UnO'S. Mr. W. O. Dennett and Winter means cold,, rain. snow, slush and ice. Wet feet at this time of the year may cause a severe cold, or worse. To proleet your health, and the health of your family, you should see to it that your shoes are good, solid leather. Substitutes for leather, like "paper" fiber board, etc., (used in many shoes,) do not give proper protection in bad weather. You take no chances in buying our BRAND" Shoes, for every pair, no matter what the price may be, is made of GOOD DURABLE LEATH1b comincr.l - 1 ER no "paper" or other substitutes in any part of them. They are just the kind of good, honest shoes, you need for winter. We can fit you men. We can supply the boy look at them will convince you. I I1 Winter Caps The kind that will make you feel good in zero ears in the kind we sell, weather, No frost-bitleu We have a large stock for men, women and children. Best grade, Stronger Than The Law, for men ' r : While shivering these cold mornings think of us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. .$4.75. JtigR Hartford Republican. VUIDAV, .NOVKMHKU 10 daughter, 7GSf JKW ""s Mr. Carl Taylor Mlfjs Esther, will leave Tuesday Sugar Is getting scarco and it will bo only a short timo before we will Tor Florida, winter. when) they will spend tho wo ,mve Mrs. Howard Ellis visited hor!""0 aml 80t tl,eirs wh fiv.ip Tavinr. nt Hotter be safe than sorry. i.inntnnnnt Ass'n., Amorlcan Camp .achary Talor, Saturday and S. L. King, Manager. Sunday. ' Wo to limit our customers. Ihave have plenty of sugar on hand, and. we suggest that our stockholders I m m Carson & (Incorporated.) Go. 2& JJ3!S5 tu, No. No. No. 11. A Ho. ST. L. K. K. TIME TAHLK. 113 duo at Ellniltch 8:32 p. m. 110 duo at Ellmitch 7:30 a. m. 112 Lv. Ellmitch ... 3:48 p.m. 6:35 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:66 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Louisville ... 8:35 a.m. Ill Lv. Irvlngton ... 10:06 a. m. Ar. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch MM II. & K. K. K. TIME TAULK. South Hound. No. 115 9:05 a. w. Duo at Hartford North Hound, No. 114 6.45 p. in. Duo at Hartford (Hoth "Mixed" Trains.) Lt. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. ... a personal ... mm i and Social Events, j t r- Bee Eel; Rial for Kindling Wood. 1 Mr. Lon Ralph, of Dundee, was towu Wednesday. Mr. Byron Dean, of In town yesterday. Duidee. wa E. G. Harrass was In kuiluosi yeitcrday. 0mUm e Mini Lottlo Mark roUrne Wednesday. from Mrs. E. V. Her will Kav next woek lor San Antonio, Toxus. Capt. J. fow days at Morganflold. O. Kcowu Is spending a James Splnks quallllod as guardian cf Deulah Gray on tho 9th. i'n Mrs. Rowan Holbrook was tho first of thu wcok. ro Mr. und Mrs. M. L. lloavrln motored over to Owcnsboro yestorday. Fltihugh Martin und family, of Olaton, luivo moved to Owetwioro. Mr. n.. .I.ni I'raviL Crowe DM SOU Of J- IV,,, alwl Kn t....l Sto. of Ba - JudSO 0, M Mr. W. K. Miller, of Owensboro, delivered an address nt the Methodist church hero Monday night, in tho Intorest of tho Stato War Works Council of tho Y. M. 0. W. The Y. M. C. A., has undertaken to raise a largo fund for work among the soldier boys, and the amount expected of Ohio county ia $1,200. Mr. C. O. Hunter Is chnlnunn of the organization for Ohio county, and will direct "In a statement reviewing the world food situation, Food hold In County At a work of raising the sum mentionAttorney Otto Martin was in Administrator Hoover said the fight against the submarine recently, John F. Coleman was the Court ed. on legal business Frl-dawould be won if the United States and Canada could stimulate ! adjudged a person of sound mind production and efFect economies so as to feed the Allies from to his former rights. and restored this continent without they sending a ship farther afield than Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, at the American Atlantic seaboard." The Kepubllcan added 21 new subCoombs, of the Herald, has Its recent session, employed E. C. Editor scribers to its mailing list last moved Into tho F. L. Felix proporty Dalrd as foreman and superintend"Ships, wheat and hogs are tho world situation wider than one week. great needs emphasized by Mr. would ordinarily attribute to them. and Rev. Russell Walker will occu- ent over tho work on tho Hartford The human body must have a cerHoover. Ho said deepest concern py tho residence vacated by Mr. and Owcnsboro tain amount of fat; we must Inhad been caused by tho fact that Mrs. C. R. Crowder and children, Coombs. road. Tho Court flxed the price of In spite of high prices this country's crease production of hogs If we are per hour and the of Horton, are visiting relatives at 17 conts labor at pork consumption had increased to answer the world's craving." Ued, La. during tho war until production had liost One French briar pipe, gold price for teams was fixed at 22 been outstripped, a situation which "The production of fats Is today a mounted, bakcllto stem, on road be- cents per hour. A day's work will must be changed." , critical necessity for preservation Judge John II. Wilson went to tween Central Grovo church and bo 10 hours In length. Tho court of these people (Uio Allies.) Every Louisville Monday and returned Wed"If we discontinue exports," Mr. Uriug or send to this ofllco passed upon a vast number of pound of, fat Is as suro ot servlco Hooyer added, "we will move the nesday. claims, among others a total of and receive rewnrd. lt as every bullet, and every hog Is of German line from France to the was allowed for plowing upon greater value to tho winning of this Atlantic seaboard. Pork products Mr. W. I). Smith, of Clear Hun, have an pfuepce In this present war than a shell." Tho carpenters will begin work public roads. has sold his farm to Mr. Alonzo Dart-let- t. Tuesday on the warehouse- of tho of Sunnydalo. To assist In winning this war raise hogs; nothing on the farm Ilnbblbi and Turkeys Wanted. Association, Amorlcan W. E. ElUs & Dro., will pay the pays like hog raising. Heed our Nation's call; start feeding at pushod rap. and tho building will be Itov. J. W. Dcagle, State Evange- Idly once; our feed makes pork at less than eight cents per pound. prices tor Rabbits, highest iaarket to completion. list, will preach at tho Baptist church Turkeys and all kinds of PoulCALL OR WRITE US FOR PARTICULARS. hero Suutlay morning. 2014 try. Mrs. Helen Drown, wife of Logan Drown, died at tho residence of her Mrs. Richard Taylor, 0f Hender-koCKIIALVO. brother, Mr. J. W. DroWll. of Kro-uo- s, la upending a fow days with relNov. 14. Mr-- i Leonard Kimmcl INCORPORATED Nov. 5, and was buried in tho spent Saturday and Sunday with atives near East View. Equality cemetbry. KENTUCKY OWENSBORO friends und relatives at Paradise. vl'olt nil tli frlntula hnrn. Ur Ifln. Mrs. W. I. Mclntlro, who has been Cftp K W. Ford, who U itation-luis- o living near be re, has goao to live E. A. Carter returned Tuesday to his j ''1 hoipltal, Ft. Ogle- with her brother at Greenville. l tn I home t Huntsvlllo, Ala. Owensboro wholly Immaterial." LOCAL COURT KIlllKD thorpo, Ga., camo homo Sunday for has returned Miss Cora Everly Messenger. with bis family. H re- home, after spending a few dtiys with Mr. J. C. Hill has sold hit farm a brief visit Ybo appeal was pmecuted In this Allowing Forger To Bo Dtaralaeed Equality, and will move to turned to tho Fort Tuesday. near her couslu, Miss Leora Urowa, of lu as by Commonwealth's Attorney C. tf Appeals. Bays Court Equality. Hartford to oil u cut u his children. E. Smith for the purpose ot having Sgt. Howard Glenn, of this place, Mr. Herman Miles, of MeHenry, the law ot forgery and vttcrlng forgLonlsvllle, Ky., Nov. 13. The Mrs. J. E. Fogle, who 1ms been on who Is with tho army att Camp visited his cousin, Miss Margaret writings settled, bo that there court of appeals In an opinion certi- ed extended visit with lior daughter, Shelby, Miss, Is dangerously 111 of Harnard, last Thursday. an would be no question about tuturo comMisses Vivian Everly. Myrl and fying tho law on appeal of tho Mrs. T. H. Potrle, at Indlauapolls, pnonmonia, but was thought to be of tho prosecutions. tdlghtly hotter whoa last heard from. Grade Drown spout last Friday night monwealth from Judgment lud., returned homo mm directing tha with Mr. Governor Hrown and at- Daviess circuit court, Rr Bale At Itati . ncqulttal ot Will Kcnwlck, charged Young mare, nearly new rubbor Grace Hillard, an Infant child tou tended church at Providence. Mrs. Ellznbeth Shults Is seriouj-l- y with uttering a forged noto, said tiro, open top buggy, fine Bot ot harmov111 of diseases Incident to old ago, years of age, whoso mother Is in an Mr. W. S. Hill has bought and although of ness and saddle. Nlco outllt for a at tho resldenco of her dnughter, nsylum and whoso father had nban ed to tho Dr. G. L. Everly properly tho circuit court erred, courto tho judgment must stand. A. B. KIRK. young man. donod her, was committed to tho Ken- horo. Mrs. T. L. Loyd, near Narrows. Judge Clarko said, "tho defendLlttlo Miss Hazel Miles, of Louistucky Childrcus' homo on tho 10th. liukhcr Stun. ville, Is spending tho winter with ant wis held to bo lmmuno from Mrs. Will Mercer, of Rendor, was tho forgery was tho "How'h your 'tlver?" asked Dcu D. RIngo has been np- - lior aunt, Mrs. Emma 11. Fulkcrson. punishment because adjudged of impound mind In coun-- t Mr. attended so crudo lt ought not to havo de- lady In tho butcher shop. Miss Mary Ethel Everly ly court Monday, and ordered taken pointed City Attorney for tho city of "Poorly, mum; poorly," said tho tOwonshoro, undor tho now form of tho burial of her aunt, Mrs. II. L. ceived anyone," to tho nsylum nt Hopklnsvlllo. Attorney butcher. "How's all your folks, Tho Commonwealth's Thursdny. commission government that goes Hrown, nt Equality, last waa tho law mum?"--nicbmo- nd Mrs. Nannto Miles, ot Mcllcnry, wantod to know If that Sergt. James Hillings, an army re- Into effect In tho Daviess metropolis upending nud tho court ot appeals said cerhas returned homo, after cruiting oil! cor, stationed at Glas- soon. It VA' YOUR TAX. "To gow, was a guest of tho family of svernl days with" her tsUtor, Mrs. tainly not. writing bo a forgery which, If genulno, muit bo a Dr. F. U. DoWitt, who Is in tho W. I). Hurnnrd. Rov. A. I), Lltohflold Sunday. legal olllcncy JUST TVVHNTY MORE DAYS Mr. Marvin Evorly has moved to .night apparently bo of medical department of Undo Sam's THIS I'HNAll'V GOUS ON tha fotiH4Uin of logal liability; 1'rof. J. Russoll Coopor, principal army, at Ft. Donjaiuln Harrison, lud., tho W. I. MuIuUm form. TAY NOW AXI TAX. ftliuilituda of Uw.YOUIt t'ut Georc Uuthir nnd Mum, of ot tb " ks ona to- rotunitd to lib) poit Monday, aftor r. Mr. !.,, w AVOID THIJ ltUSU. ta i v- .. r. w artt iata,ue ).y in tula IndlanapullB. lud., to Uikn th oxumviu v."t. bi fanil!-- ' Hon. Alvis S. Dennett, arrived here and family, of yesterday evening to spend tho night moved to Heaver Dam. Prentiss, havo with his rather and sister, who leave y for Florida. Mr. J. S. Wilson, of Horse Dranch, was a caller at this olllce Saturday. Judge It. R. Wedding and Mrs. Wedding went to Owcnsboro TuesMr. and Mrs. John M. Graham, of day, where Mrs. Wedding will be ero In Hartford Wednes- operated on Narrows, for bladder trouble. day. Mad-isonvll- lo Hoover says- Hogs are as Vital as Shells y. Intor-Oounty-S- Mn-tanz- n, Glenmore Distilleries Company y. Urn-gain- ot fl Tlmes-DUpatc- h. i: lll. .LUr !,! :..:. .1 d-- vs , . r i TT ' "" WW- "' r '2 Int"r-rai.iiti- r!!r3SuftA:rCb:,;jJ,.:r..:'.r'' position, which this year will ho held diet of tho local IndWvns. Perhaps U In Chicago, from December 1st to tho best known of these Is tho fruit 3th, lins been deslgnntcd by Food of the nut pluo or pinion which forms Commissioner Hoover, n "food traln- - tho basis for a local industry of This means that during some sl7.e. Not only is It extensive-- 1 jlnj.' Camp." ffilMMt.luY'AlM Law Attorney ly eaten by local settlers and Indians, per Hit duration of tho wur, tho thy hay nnd 9.35 pound grain emof Xm Kentucky Crop IteiMirl will bo In tho service of tho but Inrgo quantities arc shipped to IlAllTrOKD, KY. head dally lost 7.6 pounds ench dur- 'Vnited Slntcs, and being such, ev- - the cities where tho seed is roasted ber t, 1017. iU Will practice his profession In IhU ing the same time that nnothcr lot I possibly can should feel and sold on the street. Tho similar Iwiirri 1) Stnto Department of nnil adjoining counties. ConmieruUt " k snmo weight of grain rvoii' who receiving the J 'i Frankfort, Ky. III hid or her patriotic duty to count seed of the Parry pine nnd the lnrga And Crlmlii.il I'mctlm n Specialty. hay gnlncd 6.5 pounds A tmmtnnry of the final estimate. and clover v;slt to the show niuong one of tho Digger plno seeds are eagerly sought fed clover liny dropped 'a ewes they nre doing to "help by the Indians. Tho latter tree is w production this year and prelim- Tho 14 lELOfAMEKCAMlDa wlillo tlioso fed tim- Hilts" that said to have gained its name from Its inary estimates on ncrcnRo for next 16 strong lambs, strong nnd 5 weak vln the war." dropped 11 year on Important products nro Riven othy In this age of destruction, when um' ns u food by the Digger Indians. In n el'y htr nooil 1iett! lambs. The I.unbs from the owos abound, tho PowiuUu htit.i U liclow: the entire world is nt Tho heeds of tlio longlcaf plno nro Jut. hay gained more rapidly Wlicat sowIiir has lcen delayed fed clover when millions of dollars woitli edlblo nnd nro improved by roasting 1 It I: fitt la the hearts of In Ky. lirst 30 days than did w.ii countrymen. on account of tlio late maturing corn during the of fcoti products aro being destroy-- I Indeed, It tuny bo said that moat tlio ewes fed timothy Somo locali- thoo fiom ml scarcity of labor. eel. nnd millions of acres of fertile nuts nro more digestible when roastHighway and ties report 20 per cent of whent not hay. fnrni lands are being laid bare in ed than If eaten raw. Design. yet sown. Tlint sown early has not One of the best known fruits, tho r.nr.ipt tho great question that If there Is nny Indication of sick- jet.UKis well, nnd condition of sprouted out foremost Is the question foresters say, Is tho persimmon, ness In your hogn, have nn experiMime is given at Sfi per cent; while of food; the conservation of food on which Is edible only after It Is thorstate average enced man see them nt once; tho sick- (he one I nnd, and tho raising or lin- oughly ripe. As this Is usually net the acreage as a per cent, ness may be hog cholera. 102.3 ...n.-Ki- U r. in given at ger fiops and inoro live stock on tho until late In the fall, it is commonover an Increase vhlch shows It has been stated that food ly thought that the fruit must be other. The ronlutjn u Sedges, rushes, chufa, nnd large cmcl cIumc, end rrttful. . III decide this war. frostbitten. If tho persimmon Is llie area sown last year of 1C.3 lent location on T? i ' ft iia acreage of rye Is giv-n- n n untps grasses nre the natural food per cent. The Avenue, lElli an'! ."I . .t cu, The International Live Stock Expo- eaten before It is well ripened, tho dctroy all such inakct it a ilrjir-- i - It !.)" eighat 95 iter cent, which Is nn In of blllbugs; therefore planted to corn sition. UKAVKIl 1AM, KV. tannic ncld which the fruit contains since ' ' unit icr (or tri ' ' year's estimate; the plants on laud to bo luetics, cont.i u'i . Jcltoots anJ crease over last teen yiR ago, has always stood for has a strongly nstrlngont effect, , year. io!'ckc. condition of same Is 80 per ccht. Har-e- y next Olllru Junto T,ilor'M I.ltrry nrn. .itid p.vached the raising of more which justifies the story of the solThe Powhatin attr-c.ihe people of ciiltufe ant education. acreage is 85 per cent, and conand lietter live stock, nnd this year dier In the Civil War who said he hud lit proximity to Slate, War aji.l Persons who aro doing hoavy phydition S3 per cent. Kavv Department, alio to man? hould prove to be n "banner" year eaten green persimmons so ns to interest, I'u'ii.ts of lntric on Hurley tobacco sical labor and very nctlve children for this institution, for it should not shrink his stomach up to fit his raTho estlmato inalctj tins hotel r.rec!allr at' energy-yieldin- g foods tltn't ebows a yield of 891 lbs. per acre as need more tractive to a liticiiininatins pubonly thaw a record breaking attend- tions. The pawpaw, or custard apwork or lic. h compared with 857 lbs. In 1916; and those engaged In mental ance, but nil those who go will do so ple, Is also best when thoroughly The Towhttan offert roem light physical labor. Some of tho wit It rlctcchcd bath at JI.S0. dark tobacco's yield Is estimated at express purpose of getting ripe. The fruit of some species of foods aro with the principal energy-yieldin- g $2.00 and up Poomt ,ith f n 879 lbs. per acre as compared with they possibly can from haws Is eaten or preserved in differwtc bath, $J.30, U.50 anj uy. 'MUr 4II--- J Inj !iflriKji,i. a, vir no ur cereals, bread and butter, corn i'I the r.ond oLtjun PATENTS fttl S27 lbs. in 1916. ent parts of tho country, while those Write fcr let! let wh'i t.ui, till great rducationnl show. curl THAT PAr. .tem.Uwunu.iruuiHr.t nnd sweet potatoes. Cff Corn is lato In maturing. Murh breads, white lu kinds of wild The management Is putting forth of several different lrnr ftl l lfl CLiFrcr.c i.r.v.s. HfiUimiltl. iJittti r xlIcIi ror rncc rrrrti by early cream and other wholesome fats, and every el.'o.t to make It tho most suc- cherries have a food valuo nnd nro of it is reported damaged on itnUMntr. vi wurV imotkct sun-- I on yield of sweets. PAsaiNo iiTrrrrncrn. ror frri iiaua i Wild frost. Tho estlmato cessful show ever held from an edu- used for various purposes. IhU.in ITottlnhV ttc ita wrtlab, ,-, comtSOS-ao- tl same Is 30 bushels per acre as cational rtandpoint, nnd to make it plums nre abundant In certain sec- -' Snvonth Ctroot, Save flood Yearling Htn. VfR3HtriCTON, O. C. pared with 2S bushels yield in 1913. In every way worthy of the nanm tlons and occur In particularly plen-- ' Among farmers generally it Is the yield of along the streams in; It Is earlv to givo the hens that ;ivr. It by Mr. Hoover "a food tlful quantities hemp, but tho preliminary estimate common practice to sell the tho Eastern and Middle Western rtlmng camp." A 51 year old fur poultry when ( ( is given at 991 lbs. per aero as com- are past a States. THE I'ndcr they stop laying in the fall. In pared with 994 lbs. Inst year. Several varieties of wild crab apKor ii Weak Stoiuacli. SEWING tlio usual conditions this is good polSom foinc localities it Is expected to breai: As n general rule all you need to ples make delicious Jellies icy, for as a rule only about half outvery light. lo ir to adopt a diet suited to your of the largest, which attain the slz OF Ci woll enough the see-.nTho acreage of the potato crop fil tho Jlock lay keep your of small apples, aro more or loss WILL YOU QUALITY. year to be profitable, and the ige and occupation and to was unusually large this year, and bowels legular. When you feel'tlmt abundant throughout eastern North TAKE pullets enough to tho average yield per acre is given at farmer who has Elderberries aro frequent- ou have taten too much and whn Carolina. his old hens sees no all sweet potatoes at S9 96 bushels; nnstip-ilcC, tnke one of Chamber-'nln'- s ly used for pies nnd for sauce. Tlioo NOT in keeping any of them ovbushels. It is reported that labor is m found In tho West aro sweeter and Tablets. SOLD er. -- ofo scarce that In many communities have a better flavor than the eastern UNVDER A Treifcenl Tills year, howover, those patriotpotato digging is being done by ANY varieties. who desire to do their O for WEAK t OTHER women In order that the farmers may ic farmers The berries of the hnekberry, or part to increaso the poultry and eg.; NAME. FLETCHER'S . FOR get tho fall seeding done. mi gar berry, as it Is called in tho LUNGS or reI Cane has also been damaged by supplies will find It desirable to . South, are dry but have nn ngreenblo i. CONSUMPTION tain a considerable proportion of the WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. frost. taste. Those of tho mulberry nre In the corn All classes of ive lstock are In fair- yearling hens. Farmers If you purrh.iv tho XHV HOJI : you will sweet and juicy when ripo. Tho mill InEDini.K lUllTS OF hnen lirt'iuetiit tlio pn- yon W.nna win A quick relief for tint tired, run down feellnc. ly good condition, and the number belt especially will find it to their berry Is valued In somo sections for tint good yearling Itl ft tt a tn I Inta nlinln tit Pillut rv ' .M- THE FOKEST TUBUS r.....li.. !,.. til, l i ...... it.. nntl on hand as compared with an aver- terest to hold all the coueIx, pain In clieit. nltlil veit. Iirnmr I'lMllliJ l.Ull II. Ityl ueiis they have, making such addiillicit. uW lun or coniumrllon. If It due- age year, shows as follows: speeies nro occasionally cultivated nolbclp you il colli you oothin(. c Quality Washington, Nov. 11. It is said Horses 96 per cent; condition tion to their poultry house eqnipniont Many pcoplo llku the fruit of the ' may be necessary to properly - 1: I v Consider ci 'ohio medical co, r i Dfniel Haone and somo of our shad liush, "snrvlce" berry, or Juno t hat fIiowb at 94 per cent. both pullets and liena. ither early pioneers could go into ' Cattle 90 per cent; condition shows berry, as it is variously called. In it is the Overcrowding must be avoided, as tho wilderness with only n riiio and a I at 93 per cent. parts of the country this fruit is us-- , pullets nor hens will do their sack of salt and live in comfort on ' Cheapest Hogs 84 per cent; condition shows neither ed to make Jelly. l.s.t. the game and other wild food which nt 94 per cent. in the end The French Canadians are said to Kelcctiim Hens, to Keep. While few peo- use the acid (lowers of tho rcdhttd ho woods afforded. Sheep S6 per cent; condition to buy. In selocting hens to keep over, ple want to try that sort of thing or Judas tree, in salads, while th. Ehows at 95 per cent. Pastures are short and show a con pi efcrence should be given to those nowadays, persons who know the buds and tender pods are pickled in If y.m w.mtnsowlnsjiinrlilne, write for rlaui.tai.ruolfoiTu imrel.. dition of 87 per cent. More vegeta-- j 'hat molt in September or later, for food value of tho fruits of our na- - vinegar. Honey locust pods, oflon lues were ruiscu hum ju.ii ui.ui tui Mkv aro as a rule the most per- - live trees and shrubs nre, according locally called con- - lbs New Hcitib Sewjic Machine Co.. Orznge. Mass. ' Mitent layers. Such hens may not to foresters, able to use them to good tain a sweetish, reported before. thick, vhees-lik- c other pulp, which is often eaten. Those Taken as a whole the reports lie at this time the best looking 'n advantage in supplementing would indicate that this year's crops he Hock. They aio likely to be foils. of the niesqulto furnish the Mexicans .itlt somewhat Aside from the numerous edible and Indians with a nutritious food. bavo been good, with both increased rough In plumage acioago and, in most instances, an shriveled combs and pale colored mushrooms, roots, fruits of shrubs The Creoles of Louisiana, famous things, however, are and smalled plants, the trees of our for their cookcry.nro reported to uno yield. Howover, condi- legs. Thes-increased g forests afford a large variety of edi- the young buds of the nassafras as tt tions for fall sowing of small grains merely incidental to the Prices for every- molting period. nro unfavorable. bles which aro highly prized by substitute for okra, in thickening fl Hens that appear in prime condi- wootls thing 'are ranging high, but with an First In im- soups. connoisseurs. increased cost of production and scar- tion at this time are those that molt- portance, of course, aro our natlro city of labor it becomes necessary for ed in the summer because they stop- nuts beech nuts, butternuts, wal 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS tho farmer to get an increased price ped laying early. The exceptions nuts, chestnuts and chlmjuapius, in of the ITJiP Infonncd MechanicsWorld's Progress Km compen- which it may be desirable to retain hazel nuts, ami several kinds of hickfor his products In order to .nnd Invention. Lnirlnrcnnir. O O) Father and Son nnd Alt the I'amily. It apptalr sate him for the money and effort are hens which reared broods in ear- ory nuts, including pecans. The o o to an ciasscuia nnci 1 ounR- - aich nmi women COl'ltT l)IIli:(7I'OltV. Respectfully, ly summer and molted while run- kernels of all of these aro not only expended. uiiiiiit rQToriiu .iii!Mitiri minouMnai o o toiuc ttinfuettout tliutrotl I. Our lurlra j ning . ('orrint.ei.taur(roii-irftTitlrtiwith the chicks. MAT S. COHE.W tl.o wslcti toothsome but highly nutritious nnd for tufas new uod luUftUm anj U U i ,, Commissioner of Agriculture. aro used by vegetarians to replace Written So You Cnn Understand It l ho Shop Notva Department l'lik"' contain Arsenate of l.lnio Effective. meat. The oil of tho beech nut Is I GUARANTKBl) SBKVICK imriirai iiinitiornuopuori.Hnan7wJior utt ClItCUIT COCHT. imtnitn to iln thltiTM Amuiitl iio Ilninn. A Michigan orchnrdist used about said to be little inferior to olive oil, Wintering Kwes. I per retit One hundred (17 l'ntfl fur tt.u TU jn on1 Amattur Mechanic (HrUitioUkotniurtint,ilnir.(ll"liOrVtointikuUlri Sheep can bo successfully wintered a ton of homemade arsenate of lime while that of butternuts nnd walnut .Judge It. W. Slack, Owensboro. I value. Special work for V. Ivttm ari'l OnlHtv l'nuiit. ltuutA. Huow Locm. Icwflrr. lfaj (Vintaln im C. B. Smith, Harto was Attorney .1'iirnltnrf. rtt. . : :. .r. with a smaller use of grain than is this year In comparison with nrscn-alt used by some of tho Indians for Com'th. t B B w ik.ruciiunt iuriiienucUa..iiPli.amiH'ri.nupiKnkOiaa ford. SINGLE COPItS. ISc M $1.50 CR YTAX of lead and received equally good various purposes. Tho Indians, it noeded for other live stock. If in B W. F. STEVENS, Qr4f trwm frtm U pUlh. jjood condition at tho beginning 5ampf upy ia ! nt on rqut of results In spraying to control tho is said, also mixed chostuuls with Cleik A. C. Porter, Hartford. I K. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. POPULAR MC.CMANICS MAGA'ZINt Otto C. Marwinter and given the right kind of codling moth, according to reporta cornmenl and made a bread which Master Commissioner jj O No.MkhlgAn Avonu, CHICAQO Representing Continental I tin, Hartford. hay they can be carried through the to tho Hurenu of Entomology of tho was baked In corn husks, like I Uarblo & Granite Co. , e. In parts of "rTuropo bread i.i Trustee Jury Fund Cal 1. Kaown, winter without grain unless tho lambs I'nlted States Department of fl ,...,-rtfHartford. Ho effected a saving bv made from chestnuts nlono. The aro to bo dropped before going to .. wmsaz 2iw pasture. AH depouds upon the kind tho use of tho arsenates of lime nnd chestnut crop in this country Is be- 1st Monday in March 12 days iJ Com'th. and Civil. plans to use It again next year. of hay or other roughage used. ing reduced each year by tho chestnut-Legume hays btaud at the foreas a wholo indicate better re- blight which In somo 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. disease front as a roughago for sheep. No sults than usual this season in the section is gradually killing out the 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. other roughages approach them In control of tho codling moth by tre. with ID? 12 days d in Michigan. feeding values. The Acorns aro commonly thought to 3d Monday in September Civil. liays like timothy, red top and lilif;-Krabi lit only for feeding hogs, but ninny 12 days Wnrns Against Vcnoercd Hay. have very few leaves and thoro-for- o kinds of them can bo mado edible 4th Monday In November Com'th. nnd Civil. Tho United States Department of and nourishing for people an well. aro poor bhoep feeds. Hays havy COUNTY COUUT. ing a largo amount of timothy In Agriculture urges buyers of baled Tho Indian custom was to pound or nfiA 1, r. a,iilJ rn rnrrn ri 4kJtCj!.LJO Tfisi jJiiVrrw them also ure undesirable. Not on- hay to make certain that thoy do not grind tho acorns up and leach out the Moots first Monday In each month. K V AND ALU IHrtOAY AH0 UlttH YH01.CLC3. ly is timothy unpalatable to the buy veneered or faced bales as high-gra- tt . .';i, which makes most of them Judge John II. Wilson. hay. Voncorcd hales contain unlit for eating when raw, by treat-If- EOUAUAII'i'j.J'USATJiSifAtJlOILVi sheep, but It causes serious cases of County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. ij op. rtoiTBy maw ivixi. e liny on the outside while constipation. The dry timothy heads 'ho pulp vrltU hot water. Tho Clerk Vr. C. Wankenshlp. work Into tho wool, causing irritation tho tenter Is packed with cheaper rt suiting flour, which contained Sheriff S. O. Kcown. to tho skin, lessening the value, of grades. The National Hay Associastarch, was made cither InSuperintendent Oznn Shultfl. a TT ' to flirt eu TP yon wnt mtit Ln.itv r tho clip and making shearing diff- tion Is opposed to tho practice, and to a porrldgo or baked In small llfj. ,'..1, Jailer W. P. Mldklff. fr. . " . what ii utw In Luilnrcs nd o4n. d has asked the department to assist In crkes of icult. When timothy or other bread. As a rule, the . Assessor G. C. Hlncs. trr, In Inientkni anil icienc. n.f nn, if lh r.tlf vrt (in th llrlnalfn. RftAll hay is fed to sheep in win- eliminating It. acorus of tho various whlto oaks Moxley. C. S. Surveyor ter quarters It becomes necessary to bavins less tnnnln aro tho ones bC3t Coroner Dr. A. II. Itlloy. Hals destroy plaster, woodwork, suited for food, but Indians also uj-e- tl use somo supplementary feed to keep FISCAIi OOUKT. pnoc.unpOAf4nnErcMni;n.1'"Jr"t!.j and furnishings, and weaken beams the sheep In coditlon. those of tho black oaks, even Moots Tuesdny after first Monday . Ji., " VJ HkWU' ttva Kill.. J. I VLontlilV coMrUWAU. IH ALL CUIITni3. though they contain much tnnnln. In January, April nnd October. If any nonlegumu hay Is fed, sup- and foundations of structures. :; ir.n.wyri" tympttlntercitlPCnluiefl mrr1t. wJ i: Jiiulu t i'.r-r- i j plementary protoln feed Is necdo'l. Tho acorns of tho bnskct or cow oak, 1st Ministerial District, Kd Shown, 11.3 bltftll luuiiejr wuriu. htci j iuuuu in i i u.iJr. .tn liutttltil. iMriice-icFMctics uai:w. ;. Texas has exompted from taxntlon tho chinquapin oak, shin or Ilockv ricturcj 3UO Article! Unseed meal Is good siuco in addiRouto 7. 'ti awloujat 300 Hartford, rition to furnishing protein it coun- buffalo and catalo kept in cnptlvity, Mountain oak, llvo oak, and of bovcr- - 11 Magisterial Wiuson nil for enljrlnti. All the new IJai nd .U C.rwt, IKU Ult. 1 ( District I!r t OSm, aim wucir... ... Inttntlom la oieciricny la liopwor mil WAGIIINGTOH. D. C. teracts tho constipating effect of whllo Oklahoma oxemptrt dear, elk, r.l other spocles, aro sweet enough nd etopl4iif, Smith, Select. uutoniobllca TOpM in .,tinning, au '" """""'i. timothy hay. From to and uutolope. W. S. Dean, to bn eaten raw. !Jd Magisterial District . I...UI... .iL.m. aA n..M.vrr onc-liupound of linseed ureal p.ir Another nut which In not suited for month, Includinu refrlccraton, poull'ir fcouitt, Dundeo. ,v. " own dully tdiould bo uiied, dependS. W. rurniiure, auiuwpuu? v.ivi ich,, .Magisterial District tic raw, hut from which a pnla- - 1th A I'"kmI Training Camp. , Up urine Id' . It It full ing upon tho tdzo and condition of It U writtas In plain Luduli for nu tiuJ Uir. Wlicimivur wo upeak of "training tr in fod Is said to have boon pre Leach, Uoaver Dam, Routo 3. J5 Cnt a Copy $1.50 II Yew tho animal mid tlio other focd us- c'aiiii" our mlndB lutmedintoly pared by tho Indians Is tho buckeye. nth Ministerial District S. L. Ful- direct tn COoo Ott It from a newulealer 119it write A"., N.X . ed. to Uookfnrd, lloiiHton, or somo Tl'c ornuls of theso nuts wcro dried, korson, Rockport. Fourth I'opuUrScltnca Uoottily, Tlch- In an experiment conducted at tho of tho other camp rueoutly orttab-lliln- powdered, and freod of tho poison Hth Ministerial District R. C. Taitca?7l'MiiIiiltc.tup FREE Ur ui ui ia(aua uu lfi. Missouri station and rcportod in bulby tho govrnioiit for the vMth they contain whon raw by 11onor, Contortown. Scoured of Vour ffr,ney r.nck r 11. F. Rico, letin No. IliO, tho rulatlvo values of ttalnlnu ion. Tho remitting p&sto wuu 7th .'MiiKlstctlal District nntioiuil army. liut it ioji ik tu.i Dnmii'v T- l,,i Ul4 cloycr and timothy bays tar wUiter-.i- if hi U a paw Due a faod tmlnluu e oflld or bakcrd. Fordavillc. tttii ti"'"i,"r! tJ,t . ITmT," ?jtt. i . n Wl rer Cull on Tlio KopuMlniN ffw VIpp mm Dlntrkt-r-llo- n . W. ' i wrs were dtforlnad. tMli MnnlatcrlHl !3verl WMtorii vInoh havtt fawn. J)JUC4) i HU'Hiw ' ' HK (. VUk Jafe JMialla fifteen ewes fd J. 9 pounds ttuio IntorjiUanl I4v SUsk Kx- - v : '.;h pta'y an intpoftMtit part in ih libtolMvTaylor, Hartford, Rout 7. Farm Department .s g3SOT Professional C. Martin Otto UUMtili win. i nl I U u at x I ..Jl" ?&5&Z&r oIjaYloiu! Beaver Dam, Drainage i . DR. 0. E. HART n'li M ier VETRHINARY SURGEON. -- TUACK-MMrK- Ht- i F- Ijj-T-- v s d jG5s re-r'n- OUR J llilAJIEr 28m r,w.'-k.ikf.'- hilar en Cry CASTO RA mini mm. IIWIIDlBlm' C GERMINAL REMEDY ,"" , FOR ONE MONTH si'-- sssr2s:!r i honey-shucks- ," j j non-layin- popiiMmechmcs A1AGAZINB oooooooooooooooooooj ooaaoooooooooooooon I VM 1 fr ..". rt Agr'-rultur- Tl nj-ia: .'xt Ho-pod- ts coarse-stemme- ss the Firing Une Get on Km& de high-grad- lo coarso-etomme- k?' FopukrSdence cVfcVki!.wM?3?ijnKJ W .., n,t rt ouu-qunrt- cr Klrw1Wl j - lf of.tnoney-maklnc- Kif!Vrf tt) xl 1- of-ou- t- -'i 'u' nt sdt ilOSlTIO'JM' l'l. .V. y stmr4 ?., gpir gj-ir v w' The Beautiful Gulf Coast PASS CHRISTIAN tlio Newport ot tho (Julf Const, anil one of tlie most ic lashlonnblo and popular resorts South. Tho town, of about 2,000 permanent population, Is very generally engaged In entertaining and serving the largo niimliurs who comu hero, summer und winter, for recreation. Society congregates nt "The Push" at nil seasons tho suminor guests coming from neighboring Southern cities- - tho winter throng from nil parts of tho North. Pnsw Christian was named for u Spanish explorer who discovered tho pawn that lies eloso to tho main shore. It Is an old and much honored settlement, having been a popular resort from far hack In days. Tradition associates It with tho gayest of southern sorloty "il with men and women famous In high social circles of this and foreign l.indi. President Wilson Is one of Pass Christian's icceiit notable guests. Its locution U one of the choicest on the Coast. Tho hhore slopei upward to wooded hills, where pines and splendid old oaks, magnolias, and a variety of tropic vegetation grw and llowor and nourish luxuriantly, while lino old homes elegant modern villas and charming bun-ta- b v.s line the h venue and drives along the shoie. Life Is over nctlve at The Pats, there Is hunting,' motoring, golf, tunnis and fishing by day and daiuing and nil other Indoor festivities Tor the evening. Pass Christlnn bo.i'U of nno ot tho Illicit golf courses anywhciu In the South. It proximity lo New Orleans mid excellent trnusportutloii service over the I.oulsvlllo & Nnshvlllo Knllioad places all tho 'diversions of the metropolis within reach of visitors nt Pass Christian, who niako a day for shopping In New Orleans und return In time for dinner, which Is one of the ociiil functions at The Pus; or, remaining In the city for dinner, you can return at your pleasure later In tho evening. The hotels ranLs with the llnest In the country, and there lire many delightful olil country homes, where good board and real southern hospitality are found. Tho Inland country hack of Pass Christian Is beautiful, and many charming drives may bo taken over the excellent roads, among fine, productive fruit and truck farms, which ship much of tho early gnrden Tho fishing in St. tuff that Is so eagerly sought in northern markets. l.nuls Hay and the tributary streams Is excellent, many anglers finding thei'1 best Fport In tho little rivers and streams of the immediate interior. Across the bay from Pas Christian Is the somewhat exclusive cottago of Pay St. Louis, a placo much frequented by resldonta of New Orleans who own cottngos and bungnlows nnd come hero for tho water sport3 and tho fishing. It Is also popular In winter with many northern peopln who prefer the quiet of cottage life, with the accompanying freedom for outdoor sports, to tho gayer and more fashionable routine of the larger neighboring resorts. Pass Christian nnd Hay St. Louis are reached only by the modern steel passenger trains of tho Is 1n-tl'.eop-wntnnto-hellum -low-lyire-o- rt STATUS OF THE . NATIONAL GUARD NOT covered. Physically tho owner of tho false eye wns othcrwlso built for a soldier, but this ono blomish w.is aufflclcnt to causo his rcloaso und ho was sent home. K No Combination ,of Reading Like It i ! I'.ns Christian mahli: TO HTATK UIJTV WAH; WIIjIi UK CIVIL- Al'-TK- IANS. Washington, Nov. 10. Kentucky National Uunrdsnien, now in Federal service, will becomo civilians at tho end of tho wur. Hocuuro of the drafting of tho entl.ro National CJuaril Into Federal Servlco Kentucky now has no National Guard. What formerly waw the Kentucky National Guard has been wiped out of o.!s-toncu. I ; A number of inquiries as to tho Dopurt-nipn- t. Htntus of the guardsmen brought thU Information from tho War J3r-.w.r I 54. -When the National Guard of Ken3 tucky was drafted Into Fcdoral sor-vfwwraaKutaiBwwatsMfciiMWM fei-"3 every muii wns formally dis(icu 51.13 tZiTiii'i or r. a. lUztj urji. II FOR FLETCHER'S lr3rjilsii .rS5i--!acharged from State sorvlce. ThN till 0 !" vntt n&& f say, thnt all means, the war heads , and llw 1917 Home Calendar. JUZ VOIITH'S COMPANION for 52 s. members of tho National Gunul raisrieCALL'3 "IAn.Z!NEpv':r'in"n,!i for T.yt-- : ro choice of any 15ent H ed In tho Stuto will become civilMASTKR ('O.M.MISSIOXKU'H SAMl. T ictall Off J n.torn 1 JvliE lor 2 ctnts (.x j t icovwraiilmB. r ians when mustered out of Federal ThYCUTH St COMPANION. r. Paul St.. ECSTO,rfASr-CTUCrTi service). Com'th of Kentucky. Plaintiff, This Is different from what hapvs. Notice of Sale. pened when tho local troops wont to 1'cto Norman, ct al., Defendant. We Knock the Spots Out of Things Ry virtue of a judgment nnd order the Moxlctin border. They wore not discharged from Stato servlco at that of cale of tho Ohio Circuit Court en0 Mint' and when their period of sertered nt Its September term, 1917, vice on tho border ended they re- for tho purpose of paying the judgturned to their old station ns mem- ment of Laura Miller vs. Pete Nor Plfty-flv- o typewriters. Lesbers of tho Natlouul Guard at home man, amounting to ?3TS.0 and the , sons explained by Moving PicThe War Department hna advised cost In this action, $39. G5, together French Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed In H ture machine. Seven big Dethe Statu authorities that they may with the costs of this sale, I will of- Superior Manner. partments Shorthand, Bookproceed with the creation of a now for for sale at public outcry at the Send us your Garments and HT keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, National Guard, provided they stay cuun House uuur in hui num. ivj., Them Musi:, Primary Normal. Exwithin the law which limits the guard on Monday, Nov. 2G, 1917, it being pert teachers. Modern equipto not exceeding S00 members for the first day of .the regular terra of - CLEANED CLEAN every Representative and each of tho tho Ohio Circuit Court, at about tho ment. Position assured. Senators from tho Stato in Congress. hour of ono o'clock p. m., upon a catalogue. Write for Packages called for and delivered, When the" war with Germany ends credit of six and twelve months, the the members of the old National following described land The THE EL TE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Bus. College Guartl, now in tho Federal service, interest of Pete Norman in a tract A. Iva Nail, Prop. will not return to their armories and of land in Ohio county, Kentucky, Incorporated will not replace the regiments that near Green River nnd on the waters ' OWKNSRORO, KY. HARTFOHD. KENTOCKY. may huvo been raised slnco they of Indian Camp Creek, being a part ?.?,'!Wtl left. of lots 1 and 3 of the Lucy J. Held Comland and bounded as follows: Had Cough? Kcvcrli.Ii? Grlppy? mencing at a stone on the west side V-VEPetro-MenRelives Piles You need Dr. King's New Discovery of the Cromwell and Green Rivsr No mattor how stubborn the to stop that cold, tho soothing bal- Church road at tho corner of Mrs. ' . case may be Petro-Ment- a will sam ingredients heal tho Irritated llobdy's land In the old Philadelphia membranes, soothe tho sore throat, church lot, running In tho center of bring relief. A trial will convinco the antiseptic qualities kill the germ tho said road to a stone In corner of you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 25c. and your cold is quickly relieved. Dr Tllford's fonce, corner marked on Concentration King's New Discovery lias for 4S stone, on south side of road; thence j oars been tho standard remedy for S. to hickory and elm In tho Lucy J. attention given a telephone concoughs and colds in thousands ot Reid land, corner with the Lucker and havo land on said trees; thence N. 84 E. homes. Get a bottle y versation is a mark of respect that it handy in your 'medicine chest for 42 poles to a btake in big road, white Feel right all tho time. Don't lay o4 coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all oak marked on south side of said will be appreciated. from work for days by taking calomel your drug- road; thence with road south 75 east bronchial affections. At keeps yoij when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x 2 4 poles to a stouo in the road, whlto gist, 50c. on your feet, While relieving your trouba J Ic. Safer too, and easy to take. Don r0 oak marked on north side as corner I interruptions and rerw J tako anything else. You can't afford skxd m:ttku iiomi: to mothkk. in lot 3; thence N. 20 E. 52 poles to it. Eliminates poisonst cleanses sys quests to repeat mar the pleasure of beech; thence N. 13 W. IS poles to a tem and relieves constipation. A natij- ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura Send a letter home to mother. hickory, white onk and gum on tho In itH fTfpfc nnrl in rpsulte. It the talk. Concentrate on what is beShe Is watching evpry mail; creek, one of tho original Hues of tho ! 'will won't be long before Uv- - Vc-La- x Do not disappoint her further. np tho thence 287 acre survey; completely displace calomel in cverl ing said and talk with a smile. a letter without fail. Write crcok with Its menndorlngs to a home.t Children can take it freely ant ...t.l. v.nwAy.4- oifnfir T?t,mr linfftrt Tfinf.Mono on big road to Stewartsville; nilllJCiiCV. Dull,.,, AJVV..JF wvfcfc Courtesy is like oil to machinery .nnteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona It may bo tho last you'll over thenco S with said road opposite genuine without tho likeness and sfcna; A safe, old fashioned Have a chance to bend her, so watering placo on said creek, crossthe lack of it will cause friction and turo of L. K. Grujsby. For salo by Write it early, havo It ready remedy for worms. ing said road and running with said J. H. WILLIAMS. - Hartford. KT- forward go. When tho mall-bag- s friction in telephone talking is a thing Sercnty-v- e creek with its meandering to a maplo jeut continu. out use u the best teatimonil and dogwood, cornering with James It will make her glad to know that Shiolds, being corners In deed from to be avoided. FREY'S VERMIFUGE can SrU offer you. You are thinking still; Lucy J. Reid to W. G. Tllford; thenco Ketp k battle tlwtri ea hand. It Fill it up with news for mother wiO hta keep th LnU acf happx with original line S. 4C W. 9G polos ffl . aid he.Hr. Aud each page' with When you Telephone Smile Ci- -i -i- to the beginning comer, containing 23c a kotttc at youi dnttiri'i or till. general .tore: or iltyour dealer can't 100 acres more or less and being upplr rou. tend his name and 25c in atampa and wa'B arnd ou a bot' Used Years sumo land convoyed to Reuben Norn letter homo to mother, uspromptlr. Send I man by J. W. Cooper nnd wife on I She'll bo proud and happy, too, E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE, MP. When she gets it, for sho's thinking, the 3rd day of January 188G, and F t v. t1 which deed is of record in tho Ohio AND Ever thinking, boy, of you. wi Vi.nat. ofllco in County Court Clork's Incorporiled page 305. Said 14, It Is wrong to let the postman Deed Book Pass hor by from day to day. land to be sold subject to tho dowor with thoir lino S. G4 W. 134 poles to J. lir.N'TKIt .MATTIIKWS, MA.VACKIt, HAKTl'OUI)tKY. As she conies to get tho letter rights of tho dependant, Ann Nor- a sweet gum, elm"' nnd hickory: thenco N. 2G W. GO poles to n man. She wns suro was on tho way. W. G3 poles and Tho purchaser will bo required to staho; thence N. Soon tho yoars will tako her from execute bond immediately after sale, 15 links to two elms on tho bank of Tin Woman's Tonic you which bond shall be approved by tho Hough River; thence up Hough RivTake your best and truest frioud Commissioner, and a Hen will be re- er with its meanders to the begintfi Then she'll not bo hero to anew or acres, nioro or tained on said land as additional se- ning, containing 5S Sold Everywhere m Any lettor you may send. Deing the same land convey- r less. curity. Kfta.iT3 Given under my hand, this Nov- ed to V. F. Condit by L. II. Condit W 'll-WHr.a So just niako a resolution, and wlfty Hnlllo Condit, on the 10th BbaBll ember 7th, 1917.- lemV&Wl&B This hoforo tho closo of day, day of August, 1914, by deed of OTTO C. MARTIN, That a letter to your mother record in tho Ohio County Clerk's 19t3 Master Commissioner. on its way. Will nt once start Six Years Afjo, TninluDrj Slie Might Die, Says Texas lacly, Eul Now olllce, in deed book GO, page 4 IS. C. E. Smith, Attornoy. ..J trJ f.tT!fNr.1iH! n a Tract No. '1 Heglnnlng at a stone She Is a Well, Strong Wcman and Praises Cardui For MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE. und hickory stump on the bank of FOR FLETCHER'S Rough River, tho said slump Is the Her Recovery. t an Harvu Condit, et al.. Plaintiffs, stump of tlio hickory tree culled for :y jiEM"5.,re7 stH,y t. 1 vs. Notice ot Salo. ti ,.i iitifti v:B1. In former deeds to this land, known y tho better. That was fix years nco CO.NKIDKIlAISlii: CLASS Iloyso City, Tox. Mrs. Mary Ex Parte. ns tho Spnngler tract; thenco duo t'luceed w'aca cvcrythlug slss I am still here nnd nm a well, TO THIS KYIJ OF GLASS Ily vlrtuo of a Judgment nnd or- south 3GS poles to a willow und of this place, says; "After tho and In r.crrou prostratior; nnd icrnalc strong woman, and I owo my Ufo to der of salo rendered In tho nbovo black oak on the north hank cf weaknewe they uie the ouiircmn birth of my llttlo girl... my sido a; inouianja nave tsstuied. San Antonio, Toxus, Nov. 10. An styled action at tho September term, Grassy Creek to Rough River; thence Cardul. I had only taken half tha to hurt me. I had to go back optic, so porfect that It boro 1917. of the Ohio Circuit Court, for up Rough River to tho beginning und , rOR KiDN&Y, LIVER AND bottle when I began to ftel hotter. artlllclal critical examination of physicians. tho purpose of distributing tlio pro- containing 100 acres. "Wo called tho doctor. lie Tho misery In my eldo got to bed. 1 less... 1 was responsible for its owner finally ceeds among thoso entitled thereto J: la tLs 'jjst trcdleine ever aclJ Tho Interest of tho infants, Dyron ovrr a dtuggls 'a counter. treated mo... but I got no hotter. I continued right on taking tho CardU being discharged from servlco In tho nud tho purpose of paying tho co3t V. nnd Lou Hollo Williams In said ! a nryrcBnrl.Ti-KvwattB!0igot worso and worse until tho misery until I had taken throo bottle aud I National Army nt Camp Travis. Tho of this action aud of this sale, I will land will not be paid, but will reyoung man had been drafted from nn offer for salo nt public miction to tho tain a Hun on said laud until tho was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was woll and never felt hotter In my Ufo... I Oklahoma town, nud nppenrlng ho highest nnd best bidder nt tho court guardian of "ach of said infant' thrco months and Buffered eucli nr.ony foro tho exemption board, passed tho iinuso door In Hartford, Kentucky, ihall (nullify and execute bond In havo never had any trouble from that medical examination, nud having on Monday, Novomber 2C, 1917, be- tliU court. that I was Just drawn up In a l;uot. .. day to this." otherwlso qualified, was ucceptod and ing the II est day of n regular term (if Tho purchaser w'll bo required to I told my husband If ho would get Do you suffer from headache, backcaino to Camp Travis tor training, tho Ohio Circuit Court, nt about tho e.MCiito bond wiiu good and su'.U-el'jmo a bottle of Cardul I would try it. . . ache, pains In sides, or other discomwith soveral thousand others irom hour of ouo o'clock p. in,, on n credsecurity for the purchase prloj it of G'aml 12 mouths, tho following uf mid laud Immediately n,ftor salo, I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel his Stuto. f?nn DcncrtMAi uvritwr.' t: Ho had been enlisted and was described property, and u lieu will be retained us addi Diuolvcj In water for douches stojj If bo, working ovenltuc I called my family about weak, uervous aud fngged-outwhen tha recruits wore givTwo tracts of land situated and tional hocurlty. pelvic caiarrli, ulcerslion and n. Retomniendcd by Lydla tL ino... for I lenew I could not last glvo Cardul, tho woman's touic, & en u color tost by tho army doctor? bolug in Ohio county, Kentucky, nud (liven under my hand this tho Sth Puiitluun Med. Co. for. ten year. f many days uules3 I bad a cliancp for trial J. 71 When a blind was put over tlio good bounded und doscrlbod as follows: day of November. 1917. A healing wonder for naaal oitarrh. I eyo tho owner ot tho porfect glu3s Tract No. 1 Hogluulng at a stako OTTO C. MAUTI.V, eora throat and sora oyet. Economic jU FLi cilraotdiiaiy rluoiua ard raikUl poop, j optic couldn't distinguish red from on tho south bank ot Rough Rlvor, XUVi Mn3tM. CouiiuUslouer. . t! .1njtl?a!. u Sr:M f ray. j nu3. IhaPii'on rod.) Cunwiiy f jjou. Mm. t'AM ON TIU5 HARTFORD ltKl'UUUUA.V lOU VISE J OR WORK. white, and the deception was dls- - coruer of Everly Droa.' land; thenco j L'arao3 & Suiitli, Attorneys. NaaMaMavlBaBiAaaMBaMiMaa.Mk.H...a.M.M4 Those Hopeless Husbands. Tho Indies, God bless 'cm, wero talking, in tho humorously Indulgent way In which they usually tackle tho topic about their husbands und other women's husbands. , "John Is perfectly helpless without nfc," said Mrs. A. "Henry's thnt way, too," said Mrs II. "I don't know what would become of him If I'd lenvo him for n week " "Isn't It tho truth?" sighed Mn. , C. "You'd think my husband was a j chlhl the way I have to take care of ' him. Why, whenever ho is mending Ills clothes, or sewing on buttons, or even darning his socks, I always havo to thread tho needle for him." Cleveland I'lain Dealer. iWsMmBSL lift 1 1 All For $2-i- o and il i W f hr. Blld y issues oi C0MPANWN WoJ-'BTrTr!- k The Youth's Companion s THEY0UW5 TtWavorlte iSi foralliisFjsa'fyron JLIIGJLCDI IV 2i An r. li Great situi ur aGiuupi 2oi) Short itrr.s ., onJ SuRcst5i3, ttoa-nnt- fam'.Iy wreUy of America. tn l'Jl. tmii l Artlds. 1'iunv-ism- bpcclrl i'agcxi fo: al, a?a. lJ& m v,v??r ..(i nr. ymr?sssiy Vrtss iattern cf .wn....ituwMAita biii i ii: iiiiu uiutiitiu I3SUC8 Ig lisf Afi-y- WJ5 tf&iV&filt,gR J&(&i VLtA'SWttsBWS3 ! i- -- 2 133tJES fM out A UM3S wntwt tout? of f Children Cry A3TO R A PtliiSra ' ?"' " '"e ." sootMy .:iiisr. vxxuas ... s i $9.10 I 5 GaaTgiiajkaasg.Tgiaa I Ladies' and Men's Garments LOUISVILLE; 4 NASHVILLE RAILROAD to-w- it: 1- -7 Give Courteous Attention When Telephoning and courteous to ta USE LI R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. to-da- 1 , Frequent VsR ms T use YerMiruKe mmeCmldreirL of-h- love-though- ts -a- I" CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY m 40 I . 6i CALLED HER FAMILY g Tfl S" Children Cry Kll-ma- CASTORIA vvi'u asaSeab'istf'B .aiC! nn f-Tt. com-monc- Every Woman IVauis ul mmmmm Inllaai--rnatioia-iut- to-wi- ? til J iff.Brr ,. tr v - K" . ,. yr wjy 'ft'iggf i-- M WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN A'omAiT fl IlKADS ODDliV HTIWNfl. .(By I. D. Claire.) Hoover advises erery-bod- y to euro an abundant supply of mc.it. but docs not toll us how to secure tbo green material. Kooil Doss Tiro Tlnsley Is for woman suffrage and Thomas Is nsln It, ho they don't say -VH. now we snvl" exclaimed nil-H- anything about It In tbo paper. They are of ono accord on tho liquor ques-tloprtMirtm: Ma chum. Jtmmlo but thoy don't say anything -Vwy gtMt to ..v you. Mr. Collins." about that question cither. m 1ik with a smile. -M mm?. "Just call him Aw." "You seem to bo a llttlo groggy itmmt. Turn's tho only name he ..... ,oniarkP(i to an old friend on the feww. He" tho ptohor of our base- j street a fow nights ago. "Vch," bo ball win, and ho .4 some pitcher, too. returned. In a stuttering manner, "I-- 1 ' f hU arm." tho com." "Well." xid Undo Dan. feellu?. t "That's a mighty poovl arm!" 1 ruojs Musc.ir Ileavrlu Is llxln' to! ".Vow. oos.' Nitd Uncle Dan, "what I see ho has Kit Into politics again. lo you want to talk abmiU" Well." ald Jlmmle. "1 was down to sold his two seated car and bought (Sslesburg a feu months ago when the si five passenger carry all. boys came home from the Mexican border. They looked line, Everybody I don't nceil lo sign no food savin' was surprised to see how straight they pledge, I board. stood and how manly they were. The boys proud to wear the uniA drummer was here tho other form. I tell you their muscles were hn day sellln' glass codlns. Tlnsley 1 heard Banker Haskett hard as mills. .ay that the training and discipline tuck a UUln' to 'em, and has been the hoys had had was exactly what busy for a day or two gatherin' up every boy in the country ought to bis old whisky bottles and Is goin' have, and that now these bojs could IIJ IUIVC HUH UUL' Ul lllUtll I ,. .., get a better job at higher pay than tuiiins iiiuue. r they could have had before. Do jou r so, Uncle Dan?" think that's Hat .Vail won a quart of whisky oftM Uncle Dan replied "I have a of Thomas on tho election, and Heg friend who employs hundreds of young ('at'ohlor" asks Thomas every day when men. lie nlways gives boys haing pay Uat. Heg and Hit had military training the preference; h'i ta goin' to he says It pays to dp so. He finds are chums. they are more alert, more prompt, Judge Wilson entertained the memmore courteous; they know how to carry out orders; they are quicker to bers of the Fiscal Court at dinner onn think nnd to act than those without! day last week, but was mortified, a training. He said from his experience few minutes after returning to town, he believed that six or eight months to find tho whole blooming bunch of Intensive military training would munching popcorn like a bunch of add at least 20 per cent to a man's hungry hogs. e, Col-Nik. n. Jlmmle Ccllln Tell What He Saw What Military Training Dots (or Boy. MUNSING ri1. I nn MUNSING ; vu mum m. mm MUNSING m m. J.t fl m. Sst I' 1 K J. 'VfKEAR' 1 ,k. j " n-JSP K-k-h 11 J nion fl nun-taiir- ,u I ' w Cniitm Co ny T ri nil tiullnrl nff omtin xEi- sort of an entertainment, at which honey was an interesting factor, over In court hall ono day last week,, but as Thomas and Tinsley were not invited they won't let mo mention it , JmmU Thomas and Tinsley of The Republican office. Tuesday afternoon Mr. W-S-Tlnsley ordered S;ril tho Lord of tho Manor to bury the potatoes. Tins. went lazily to the Job, and after an hour of painful druggory .decided to call on Thomas for hell). He went to the telephone and sent Thomas the S. O. S., but Thomas, who had ,no potatoes, and with a wife a hundred miles away, just gave Tina Ajj'tflr flN'''' " if' '"iA V,",!? l'ie "l10180 laugh," and hung up tho f ss&fimj j, 'phone. Mumbling something about ...v'r.'ai Thomas never having hail any of the &&AJZ:i2rS L.rs . 'milU nf lnini'iii lrtniliinqc nlimlt hint m . . .. H AFTER FIVE MONTHS. nil now, Tins., unueKnowenst 10 nis The two pictures are of the wne,wlf bargained a g third of the man. The first was taken the toes t0 a color0'1 nwn to ,lnish bury' day he enlisted and the second after thcm' a,ul wont ,lnwn 11 tho cor" he had had five months' military traln..1' r and told tho pop corn king he'd Ing. His home is in North Carolina. just like to see what sort of darnci eiiniiiig capuciiy, ami inar it was in? paper Thomas would got out by hja best Investment any young man could .self this week. make. 11 EilKi' In tho paper. . hpf it is reporten mat an estangement has taken place between '' ' ' Are the most Practical and Economical Under wear for Men, Women and Children to wear. ' II PERFECT FITTI NG The most comfortable to wear, made of wear-resistin- g Si -- materials good service is assured. . pota-youn- ' 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 if "Rlllle, If .you will go up to my room, Kor Halo or Trade. nnd bring my bmall handbag, I will let you see two photographs of tht'l One 10 h. p., J. I. Case Engine, young man, showing what onl so well drilling outfit and ouo com-flv- c months of Intensive training ou'piete saw rig. V. T. JACOBS, the Mexican bolder did for him." 'lotflp It. 2. Hartford. Ky. TJ10 bag was brought. Uncle Dan, t 'sliowlng the pictures, said: ''Well,! KOSIXK. hero they are. They t'U their own. Republican: As it ha3 Kditor story and It Is a mighty Interesting) one. The young man, before training, boon a long tlmo slnco I wroto for has a discouraged look; he has teen 'your paper, I will try to give you a There was row items. I livo two and 11 hnlf but little of the world. very muo in nis surrounuings 10 unng mLa fronl Iosi,10. cut my mau him out. When he Jolued the colors there. 1 mention my location bo und Undo Sam took him In charge,; lift fiir Mm limit mi ti now I'liinnlti'v , He miw a chance to do Fomethlng and J"st wl,at community a correspond-- g writes. 1m He woke up. Ilia cap- Iiosa Kiubry has niovod t,o near1 tain says he Is twice the man he was when ho Joined the urmy. This may Arnold. lm one of tho extreme cases," wild! Mr Virgo Stewart bus moved Into1 Untie Dan. "I can tell you. though. nosllU) an,i w Wlsh ho may live lougi ,, , , that war or no war. no one thing will ncw ,,omo do the young men of this nation so, much good in ho hhort a time us a lew' ,. , " IuK- mouths of lntenMve military training. N'' ""Ury buBlnchs. fight his own life bat- - "(,,' l,L' an" a 'lurminicijer roosiar Jt fits u man to ties In tho business world us well as to start with. Will Springfield baa gone Into the to defend his country and its Hag. "Nearly every civilised country gives i"l buslnoba and Invites his noigli- I.eafy Westerfiold hero Sunday. He Kldern Johnson and Juffrlcn her Its boys military training. It Is com- - bors to bring In their mules. Rev. Paul Powell, of Louisville, woro Interred In Friendship pulwiry. It In bused upon the fact that eays sore shouldered mules are go-I- t was Ky., Ilapllst Sunday School Kvange-lls- t, duty of everyone to help de- Is the burying ground. Mrs Hoftmau K at ruu p,ce as Iouk as Dr. Hart' Tialnliig ! twenty-fou- r conducted Teuchors' fend his totiutiy; and as war Is novJnallt)UCO ,idH.out. years of age, and was lairliHl on. no one can do much uiiIcni Mf Jo, ,, M. A. service several nights last week ut j, ,JB man led only last Juup to Mr. a II111 HjinniuVi.1 I,., In iHiiliiriil AIl, nlnkin rti-"wuilli-uIIIJ niiutv lliu training him lloll'inun, of (iralton, Ohio, where tho Ilaptlst church bore. killed and wounded among bald faced horhe, and is that the way Rev. S. K. Harlan loht She enmo to ho colt' wlUl him has slnco resided. untrained troops Is nearly three times (l" falr trot- - Jo1"1 fill his 11,lln trainiug, can aireauy Kentucky a fow weeks ago to vlblt whllo enroute from Ullca to " men us great 11s it Is with relatives, and whllo hero was at- appoint iiient. hero Sunday Tor tho who know how to tight and how to trot a mile In an hour and a half, protect themselves. Ity this plan a Messrs. Kit and Muck I.ngsdon tacked by pneumonia which resulted morning service Brother Hurlan nation has trained men to defend het.mado a tlylng trip up Horn tho mines In her death. From an early ago nho preacheil a lino chart sermon Sunduy and tho Individual Is a stronger nud Sunday. Kit hurried on homo to was a faithful uud earnest member evening on "Links That Rind." I.,,,, ... . .,..,, ,..., M.lf.k i11L.,.re.i mi of tho Church of ChrlHt. Resides her better man for the training. Rev. T. 1). Handy,' who bus Just hIq ....... .... ... . . ... .. .. ....-"If the Chamberlain Itlll for Mil- ,tho way. I guess thorn was a girl sister, Mrs. KIbIu Richards, who mai-ile- d closed 11 successful protruetcd meetitary Training Is putucil by eongress, 011 tho way. Corporal Wymniul Richards, of ing at Wesloy'H Chupol, began a meetJohn says ho thinks us It ought to he, the same thing would Muck lb tho stuff, and I'earl says shn Kl Ru mi, Texas, alio Is survived by 11 ing at tho Methodist chinch hero be done for millions of other young Monday night. host of fi lends uud relatives. J. N. UK3SDON. men thioughout tho land. Kvcrybody knows he is. Mr. J. C, Holderman, of Rockport, Mr. uud Mrs. W. I). Webterlleld onuht to demand of his congressman' Ind., visited his father, Mr. Jako Mrs. W. K. Westcrllcld. rOKI)SVIIliK. and Mr. and mid senators tho passuge of tlila last wcok. Mr. Holderman Mrs. I.eafy llolfman, daughter of of Owensboro, motored over Sun j 1,." u on tho J is now 11 motornian "All right, sir, exclaimed Jlmmle. wo Mr. I. A. WeHterfield,' died "Friday day to attend tho burial of their . bail rallwuto Jaiiesvlllo, Wis. mid cousin. Mrs. laiufy Wester-will bee Judge JJrownell,- - Mr. ilaskett, morning at her homo a fow miles Mr. John Woostnr and wife, of) urn! I'lufes&ur Sloeuiu, and get theui west of town at tho residence of her iini.i Lui,y." Ml hs Itorthu WnMerlleld. of Heaver .Texas, havo been visiting old friends .grandfather. Wider R J. Itruudnn. for several days, , , After funeral ar vices couducteJ by Dam, attended tho burial of Mrs. uud rolatlves hcio J ,,, ft ' ,, Beaver Dam, Ky. 11 m . er-lo- . na . well-traine- d "r ls I n. Inter-ur-nlec- Mrs. Will Purk, who has been very ill for several weeks of stomach trou ble, is improving very slowly. Mr. uud Mrs. II. L. Hums, of Ullca, were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Halo Sunduy. Howett Kdgo, of Route 1, after soveral relapses from typhoid fever, is lowly Improving. Ava Westerfield returned Miss Sunday from a visit with Miss Arllo (Jreor at Whllesvllle. Small children of Tom Royal nnd Leek llellamy, of Route 1, are re ported quite ill. j Clay Kd wards and Ilasll Wester d pugilistic field fought 11 bout hero Saturday, but volunteer ono-rouu- and havo gone to Louisville for referees stopped tho bout beforo brief stay before returning to their injury wus indicted upon eithhome In tho l.ono Star Statu. er combattaiit. Postmaster 0. O. Lniihum and lltRov. W. J. Miller and wlfo, of tlo son, Jeoffrey, were in Louisville Hartford Route 1, visited Mrs. MillSunday, tho guests of Mr. Lnnhiun'a er's mother, Mrs. Jane Royal, Saturdaughter, .Mrs. J. W. Hulo. day and Sunday. Mr. H. F. Wallace, of I.eltchfiold, visited tho homo folks hero last wcok. Mr. J. II. Wosterfleld went to Louisville Sunduy and returned Tuosday. Mr. I. N. Lunliam attended tho tobacco growers' meeting at Owensboro Tuesday. Mr. J. s. C'arden was In Owensboro Tuesday. -- NOTICK. us k After October I, 11M7. I will bo (n the oilho of Dr. A. . itiloy from 1 ;iif I, in. lo l:oo ,,. m) my ort,', wr Williams Drue Store, f , o:Oti 11. 111., to li:(ut niton. 1 tf DR. K, ij, lKNDLKTOX. ,, ill