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MKSl.U WW. mnbiican, Subscription $1 per Year No. 22 y DEVOTHI) TO THE INTERESTS OP ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY HA11TF011D, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FILED AY, NOVEMBER 30, 1917. However It fa ii nnrtliorn wiutor. posslblo that his Intelligence Is of n lilghor order limn it appears to tin, nitty bo method Anywuy III hold lit tn a while and watch developments. ' THE CONSPIRATORS Four times the little party mot working parties wltli tho bayoMas-r.tcr- enn-m- PROGRESS!?: . (JKItMAN ATTACKS .LCOItOI. IN DEER . TO Hi: IW.UVVKU, BEATEN HACK WITH sreenss. . f 7- - Washington, Nov. 27. The recommendation of (ho Food Admlnlstiu- t,,n iiltohollc of TnE XrCMTTTfAW Pf AM ',nn ,,iatrctlucC)l , 3 or co,it.,iiii.i )ecr w that thn volume of Brain to he used In hi owing shall lie reduced to an Am Nmv Protects With Null- - or amml n,,,,roximnti)Iy 70 per cent Of, Artillery Ami Maw ,of ,,int formoriy llgu,i, ,., been ap- j proved by the President. K In polntod out that while thes'1 regulations "will permit the brew- HendntmrtorB hi 'ing of the same volume ot beer ..linn Army Italy. Nov. 28. Five dotcr- - merly brewed, and that an there I; mcl attacks by Aualro.Genmiii ow from two to three years' supply ,..r e. mi the. left wing if the Ilullun f whisky, brandy. Kin and other country, the Potirth armv. near Monte Portlca, distilled liquors In the country will he prevented from go-i- .. liowi.'ii tho'urentn and the I'iavo. The enemy lG on a distilled liquor basis entire-- ( ,e delivered ru.hej were broken by tho defensive troops) with heavy losses to the ata SlTI'llAOi: VICTORV COSTS Tho Bolshcvlkl formula has been tackers. Not only tho left, but tho WANT MOHK MOXKV TO NEW VOIIK PARTY $27,17-- l tho proposal of an armlstico to all right wIiik and the center of tho HUN IXSANK HOSPITALS tho belligerents, with a view to the army holding this sector was subjectOpponents Spend i?2T.,0:tl At Keccnt conclusion of a general peace. Tha ed to attack, tlto enemy effort now Elei-tluKuiplro State. in Dr. Ciocxlson Says Fifty 1'er Cent On proposal has fitted in, well with thd' attaining Its full force hero. In Appropriations Absoadmitted Gorman desiro for achievetho right and tho center tho struggle Election 27. Albany. N. Y.. Nor. lutely Necessary. ment of "peace by agreement," as raged from Monto Monfcnern west- expense statements of the Woman indicated in the 19 1C peace offer and Italians holding their Suffrage party, showing expenditures ward, with the Lexington, Ky., Nov. 27. A CO in tho German reply to Popo Benelines at all points. 'of $2711,174; and of tho State party per cent Increase is absolutely neces- - dict's peace note, as well as in the U..I.I. .. ltiifi.'.ilu.C ' J' Iiattlo oPl'oscd to woman suffrage, allowingsary in tho state allowance for insane neichstag resolution of last July. Tim fluctuations of the great receipts and disbursements of ?2",hospitals, In view of the general high Tho Entento Government and the now dovoloped to a stage where havo filed witlt the Scc- cost of living, according to a state- - united States, on tho other hand, .1... I..1... i.iiii'np nf llm Itnllnn 931 which wore -. ,....Uru...u.s Tho suffrage retary of State New York Evcr.i.ig Post V. ment made hero today by Dr. Good- - have ai,own no disposition to nego-so- n, armv has been demonstrated to bo party statement recorded receipts of superintendent of the Eastern ltat0 whlIo tho ..free pcopiC3 of tho prevent BUlhclent to retard, If not to Consequently, thoro was 5.104,439. 'Kentucky Stato Hospital. Ho said world" continued to be menaced by ny sudden rush through tho passes an apparent balance of more than the State Board of Control had do-- j. vast mjutary establishment, coifV leuding to tho Venotlan plains. ThU $25,000. This was offset, however, (cideil to go to tho Legislature forjtroncd by an irresponsible Govcrn-thi- s was regarded as a serious menace six by statement that outstanding the TO DECLAIM WAR increase In tho ?155 a year al- - mont," jn tho words of President GE days ago.liut as each day has shown LI bills totaling ?90,000.for billboard ilowance now made for each inmate. Wilson's allusion to tho German war linos holding solid against the Italian and other advertising purposes 'reTho decision Is based on investiga machine in his reply to tho Pope. repeated attacks and their defenders main unpaid. tions at Lakeland, Frankfort, 'Lexrej-teven to tuKo mo nggressi'. AND The Bolshoviki armistice proposi Dl'l.- - RIOIAK1CAULK AUSTKIA Tl'KKKY, DASH HY CANAfeeling of j.oui.SVILLK MAYOK ington and Hopkinsville. against heavy orders, tho tious wore submitted to tho embasMUST UK ADDKD TO i.lt!A DIANS ENDS WITH HAHD pr.ivtty that then prevailed is cnang- sies in Pctrograd, but bo far a? ha3 STANDS HY PKTTV LIST OK KN'KMIKH. . KIGHT TO GKT H.VqK. ANOXIIKK OJTtO COUNTY J concern and lug to ono of restored appeared they liavo not been replied t HOY IS HONORED to by the respective Governments. ti.iwaveiitiB determination, collided Mayor Goorgc w Slnitll wlH staa ". .,.., . r with a Kiilrlt of buoyancy which pcr-i.- .. ' nil uii ., uiiuiuuui-u- i ui -- i nun- t..,. Petrograd, Nov. 2S. Representaiiiu UaSllinglOll, ;sov. -- . uuciaia- rnm.lln,, Armv lieauquariers In ,, mi ,., ...... ..,, .ui. . . .,.. Royso M. Iglehcart, an Ohio coun tives sent by Ensign Krylenko, tho vniii.e nit rnnka of tho nrniv and civ- - , " Ul 10,, " ".tion or war agatnsi Ausina. iiifkov ri..ulCL1 Nov 2G. Canada was splcn- "- "l'"v ho uity boy, who entered the Ofllcors life. lliau ." of iuko ui and Bulgaria, ti.airman atone, oi dhy roprcsonted ,n tho grcat Brit. Training Camp at Fort Benjamin Bolshoviki Commander-in-Chie- f ,. .. ... .. ,.A1ltw. more. is niMJ !.. ivuuuh r.nm p!m nf innllHIiUItv Hlrontril at Col. .,, o.. tho Russian armies, have been rennintimiu !sh advance of November 20, which Harrison about three months ago. ,.. ,. . . ... .. lfrlund lv al ml aupnort Is near at a .i rtI,Mu in.oii0n f ceived in the German lines and inl,rolco the IIlnileuur ,Iue ad drovo,l.as been made a First Lieutenant in timely moment and that the mingled U- -' formed by tho German commander v iMo slm pllfy n ,1,c onomjr back on Cambral- - For the National Army. Lieutenant Igle- Light o! V ,' ranks of gray', blue and khaki will ' ve that tho Germans have officially S,"C iStyT.pJ.lnt- - U" " To Tn comblne toform the barrier that Italy tUtI Jruicism" of "ow'th firSt timBapaume tU Geman re'i heart Is a farm boy. reared just north consented to immediato negotiations 1U he act " treat from , last spring the,of Hartford, nml llls manv frlends for an J alone until now. has sustained armistice on all frouts of the var with Germany's allies." Canadian cavalry went into action her0 wlu feej dCepij-- gratified at his belllgeront Many Hrlllsli Offirers. "I countries. "None nt all," he answered. Senator Stone's only reservation with their horses. quick promotion. After a visit with Many British officers were at head- - don't want to bo threshing out old Ensign Krylenko sent three reprewfts tllat ,ucu notion by Congress tho streets straw brot,ler' Mr" L' S' Ie,ehCart' ilt sentatives with Instructions to reand garters y ,' , ,, hem, mo , tho v with the nol-- l site tho villago of Massiores for tho Louisville, the youtfg officer came quest tho Gorman commander of . 1. - .. 1. showed almost as much khaki as lf.nmi. I. .1 i i.m r iiia nvnniiiivn iirniirri 11 the in.: . Bna . w men Ecnt nem in to action yesterday to visit his mother, sector In which tho crossing was efgray. The Prince of Wales renewed . u Uwt hM -, " u,. visit, going about the lwlntmeiit was in conformity with ;rgalllt 7, ru" "Mrs. Helen Igleheart 1,1s earlier fected to inquire of tho German ti,0 """ of war on galloped to the attack. They sue . tmota and minding with the commander-in-chie- f Sm,th wa" Gormauy.aonntor Stono has reltor- whether It was "t Ul city Cl"irter?" Ma'or d ln crossing tho Lcscaut canal THE HEAVRINS ENTERTAIN cors at public restaurants In tho n agreeable to him that representaasked by an Evenlnc Pot report- - tC(, that tll0 wnr onco begun, ban and penetrated tho enemy's iiiiii(icriiui: iiiaiiiuii. tives be cent for immediato negotiahis wliolo support, ins siaieme.u u- Mrs. M. L. Heavrin cn- the Frlult ro roiinrted tions for an armistice on tho fronts was ,ako" aS tadL"t,Ta "5 h. r0e, ,y hat the '.. , 1L What followed enuais anything m'tertained a small party of guests at ot all belligerent countries, and in ;vll population has been required J' i'ravalry cxp,olta ,n thc h,story oI tho tUlr e'eeaUt hme l " lawyer'in any mat ?,B,tnt who Co - caso his rcsponso was satisfactory tn W,".PS ,lIt"tC ,$," ' A single squadron found it- - Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday ev- ask him to fix a time and placo for to turn over all copper artlcles.grease he ' e,,ng. Te guests were Oudge R W. 'folkl H- -ng a lti u" a" in its a confcrcnco of representatives of ad Miiuinriir possession Iswithin Hve ., . '" C0Urse," said Senator Stone, - enomv to tho said to . uouaii ,.i .... u and left of alack, It. U. Alurtlll, n.. u. warrass, both slde3. Clmrli's i,.u " ' : ""' made another visit to tho in- - luinii uini a lawyer iifnviAi1 lnf-- l ll)Bi of Attomoy A. D. Kirk. Otto . ,. . 'them, tho Fort Garrys gulloped in County T Imim luiuiiuu tviiMt tti .... . have . . .. B00(1 iiiiiiii. Tho Krylenko emissaries crossed liiL t (j ii iiiii iii'a iiirnnn ins in 11. "" .uu""-", section over the crest of a hill con- - Martin and tlie editor or mo nan- 4?.rv "- -"' . PiiHiniiH IIiiaii nt vadod region, going- to. tho coast cit- - liiiioviuuo iw wmi-v.-- .....,.-- , a . f invnrmnciiL . " n'i1n)i1f triMfi Includ-- 1 uiiuru uny llLUUll A Ord ROnubliCan The dinner H f , t ... ..I, hiiimi t.i.i nv .tauen. But we aro. in law. now i. iiuiuih iiiu . uiiiu -j a - no KS Ol urauu aiiu mummcuiiu. - l,n vi no n iiiiGiiinuu- iiiiiii nuni inn iriiiiit-i- i i... . ' lort,a' aiiernoon anu wero receivea , . . fl . crailberfy sauco and tt m. .... - "" m5, lxav,n ulc siopo inty lounu wiem ...u Ti'niio., lino tholr advice by the Gorman commander of tho hid luiioiici uuui .i. war w tin nnrninnv's allies. Tho sit- faclne a hatterv of four licht n menu too elaborate. to mention..sector. A renlv was promised at 3 on tho northern front wero favorablo or courgo lt any0n0 wants to , nation i.. " .. !,., ' t wnniii. i,,iseives Held guns Charging straight " today. Tho heavy nghtlng Is con- - ...,,, ny Ktorca t() Mmsolf( o'clock. At tho appointed time tha t. German latters " Gormans gavo oulcial consont to ""'- - -.-.,- . v tlnuing with tue uaitans iioiuiiib "' .,.,., nono of my i)USnCss. , '., ' It's a fnrnl!1i,v ,iccinro war'Ior U1 """ry, sauenng evcryuung raeor and tho main. III) "' ; -;- .. -- o1 think lie gavo a good handling t(J mo exceeiUnBly ndvisablo, was sot for December 2. "'. o.i. t.. it - t .";-'-"- "" ni.....,. i. "" of tho cuests for polite attention.!"'" . J1YSTKRIOUS CIIAPvACTEi; " ?. of tho situation several days ago. " "I have understood that some. If- -?. The guests spent the evening In an LOCKED IN JAIL tho Gorman ne- A tr ' two BgPe0abIo social entertainment In a large number, o not , MAY' noUm0 Q WEDDING. authorlzed by their .. troops have been on tho western Heavrin parlors, and departed with A inystorloiu character, who has Government to do so. Pending tho ; They may now, or soon, bo front. cratltudo toward host and holding of the conference Ensign Tho marrlago of Mist SaraU A. actually fighting against tho Amerl- beon lurking around in the Taffy ' ou- . attempted to blow up tho fourth, hostess, tor a pleasant nveninc's ,,,, community for koveral days, sleoplns Mny ,,,, Mr. Culllo S. Weddlne was Krylenko has Issued an order to tho unceremonious- - solemnized in tho parlors of the ca" lo"-s- ' "'" cavalry wiped out that battery tertalnment In a hollow treo and army stopping fratorualliatlon and An.tpimn 'rho lycnterlng farm houses and alarming planters House, Rev. R. l Doll, pas cb advising vigilance aud caution. with Italy, Wth tho sword. Tho majority of the Pintnlii find fTNf!. Baptist aro ""empted to fly and, -- unnor tho women and children, was taken tor 0f tho Walnut-stree- t Representatives of tho Allied Pow.,.,.u . ,, ot our allies, just as mates.Doe only a few bravo men stood at at- up. offlelatlnc. The eeremouy In oliarco br cltUona and brought be- - church, ' Pirtlo and Johu Glenn, left on tho ers aro'lu Paris for a conference ra" ' besldo their cannon foro Judge Wilson Tuesday after- - was porformed ln the presonoe ot on- AnHfiiv TitPftflAr on which tho future courso ot war ..linn lannli To havo war formally . i - ... . ... HOOll, nnii n uiucitui iui.vu i,. ii.. ij a lun J,?' 'morning for the' mouth of Grassy activities probably will depend. The the German allies also. Son- I is a daughter of Mr, a8atn.t county Jull. Tho x bride creek, whore they will shoot squirrels French leaders have boen Joined by tor Stone thinks,i would simplify " May. of Ilorton Ky., and is an e,eod. The stra.,Be character appear, to of tho United . ui" concor iueU nml ilo nt her 1 lies for tllO DalailCO in.. iviiicbuiimh"" ,,IB ". be a Russian tramp who has not been attractive and popular younc wo- . Inside Knemy's Line. In, ,, Wo gaw oniy Tinsloy's States, Great Britain and Italy. Col. k v., ... ! ..- .1.1. wv.....rf. Tlla llinil. nn... filUUIIl 1. . u,,n.rnU. Hll'asmc l" li'-....nlrr. . w.j.w. 111 1IIW ill. IllallJ Jal Dusk found the eavalry two miles part of tho baggage taken along, and B. M. Houso represents the United Now or amended war tax lcclsla- to understand, young farnior of Narrows, Ky, language is difficult T,,"V. according to Senator Stone.who inside tho enemy's tcrltory. eom- ,t ,Included a suit caso we supposo . siaios. After a fo'w days Tl.lt with reU- - oj. nd it U hard to elicit much n- - manded by a Lieutenant. A defensive ft contained evening clothes for some A basts for joint action acainsi mo glblo inforniatloa from hi... He I, tWoB , Ohio county, Mr and Mrs. Vommlttee. should not be uu-- i position was essential. With sword ort of Thauks'gtvlng entertainment Central Powers win do ueiermtneu i.i.i. i. i.... worn nrnprtim-- fnat the conforonce. It is indicated, and , may ... ... ......... .., iu ... i. ..i. .. i,.. ..i iii . .. liko ho had not had a bath since the whoro they will reside uwiisioroi Vey Ot. 1110 SllUailllll. ,IIU .i.i .v.... '.uuuuiu n duiikcii luau, rri... ninrnOU HIT .i lllVHCU. llio mii; i... io- "a liiin decided nnllrv toward KuNla Ho Is either Mcssonger winking of tho Titanic. upon. j be Two messengers sent 1)orteil nothing for publication in this, was no doubt that in many rospoets dismounted. - .. .. Iia f mnf1V crackbiained or makes a iire,tense of 1.. .Trllllil n tnnlf (am ,,.,..,.. .... paper, ana ... umu 14 .. II l In imnliUi . we u uu .c.,.t tho new war wix i'v can i.w .u.k....,,.cr ,w nAktna ilik i.mu., I1.A nlflKt IT A COIllll EOt IMIOAT SINUS NORSE l.nlt.ar UM mm i"" ."" TO STOCKHOLDERS ONLY. ou, " .,. . iiiuiB ,i nrnttn liut ...n .uii iiipm. At least, we liono -w. u .....i j..w- -. hi v will ho to remove ( tholr hot'sos shot under tliem. " null , I'll' n;i'.. unuir.iiiu linonualltlos and lnjustlco. Tho ses- - struggled back to the line. Darkness Wo have orders from headquurteri him was that lie was a labor-- 1 out of (g0. la.. - ... not to sell goods to anyone other or and had .worked at all sorts of.......- J .. i' tiiiin. i. n..Aillrnil wnitlfl. .tin a lOllC wna rrtlllllP. Th ft prill ulit haud WflS . ,,... ...,.. ......,. .. . uu iui.uh.h-m- i dicii'imn wr ," i u,. r. ..u.ii.u... uiu u,., i .....i.. Ho claims 10 no an i. "'""" . hor. ttlian siocunoiuers, uuu iruiu uuw du M.niLiL'o Llrenvc. iain.n,i a1.1BA,iiw ...... .... - t.. .o -- ..... I" ii. " .1... r'..i,li,il Vi.iva frnm i:iirlulllllllll OUU. front I n ill u yimis, iiiuo uiuuiiio ....1 i"u V.V........ ..-.- .Ciunipton. 20, Hartford.to ONLY thoso owning stock In tho As Luther divert tho enemy's nmchlno gunfire, Foreign Olllco , sociation can tmy goous irom us. is fourteen days to three thousand years says the Norwegian . pre- - Mabol Smith, 15, Hartford ...... u,u i what was loft of the squadron . Turkeys Y7.r.teu i.... -. . . o an. ounces uu i .1.. " , old. After an Intorvlow win no ( nmJ Moore. L'7. Horse Branch. much us wo would like tp accommo-datVornon s, o 4 .u ... I our friends, wo Juivo to abldo vagabond we believe hat no u s a Branch. As thoy ha Ballop(id wUl pcrmtt. Wl forwardto Marbry Crow.. 1.. He by ordors, " S. ... aho pay marketa price for chicken,, u sing- tho sabre, they now fought B. W. iioeker. H. Mcuenr. i. rs holders. und sell only to stockurJ of 7:, " and fourteen . . Hartford Dif.Iiwnv h:iplr nn fnnl wllli tlm Aiitha TutUUl. in nun ii ' eneso. .1..... . ...... ... ... .i... . .... uuckb ami Kutucna. m i,wi ASS'N., " AM. inw tirade iutelllguce, uuu uiui h'j oi uiu kiuw Tho retirement was a sue- -' John D. Thompson, 20, Horton, to ; bayonet. Amcr.cau Cooperative Ass n The Norwegian ship Victoria ntao S. L. KING, Mgr. ordinary, worthies tramp d 8trugsl03. Cora Maples, 23, Hartford. cession of ' .his way south to uvold the ilgora ot has beou lost. I V.nciia.N . rHtro '' 2mMPr lfllfwy, p" igaValby charge '' net and dispersed them. Midnight had passed when they reached ngaln nnd fought their way WITH RUSSIANS througli tho enemy infantry in tho town to a wrecked brldgo.whero they crossed to safety. GERMANY WOULD TREAT WITH Forty-thre- e of tho men canto BOLSHEVIK! FOR SEPARATE through tinwouudcd and thoy brought J PEACE. bark their wounded and over a ilozon prisoners. vt- Mittder Trial. ALLIES HOT The case of Coinnionwqalth against I.ltHy, charged with killing Curtis was called Wednesday noon and is Ami War To 'lho Hilt Will lie Was- (Ml still on trial. The killing occurred AHltlMt Tho (iermaii Hhvhsom. about a year aso at Rockport, In a dltllculty between Ernest LiUey aivl Haydmt Curtis. Lltscy is mnrriod and has two children, both of whom Germany has to nego with his wife sat in the court room tiate immediately consented for an armlstico forty witnesses liavo witli him. About on all the fronts of the belligerent beon examined, and tlie caso will. r11 tl f na " nnAPrllnrf n n T1n4nHn.l n "'"" lu Jurto-day- . Com - """V 7 ' probable reach tho Atorney' Smith and s "j tnonwealth's ""'a"l""VI """"" County Attorney Kirk aro conduct- - Idolegatlon to the German lines on . .. ... i iio,.,i i the Russian front for negotiations Martin and W. II. Barnes appear for with tho German military authorithe defendant. ties. AN ARMISTICE READY j j i , "" ? "? ot,o ' ". """" y. V--T- , iu ' . to-da- .i - "' ,, .,. '""Zle f' 1, VZ i;i! .... ..... ,... I Z ZtoZ t.i ! I. " l ' - i Jn 1 r' "B 1 .,.,. ,, ".,,..., " "' 1 rB"V.,M' ... ... .. ., "w. d7 ,Z7L7 os .... ... ?ZZ ', iu ,tn,o.i...t ' ... lTJ.f ."";.... a 1 I W " f A nnn-rn.'- .. ! ""' ,, -r- !.!''-. - - ,,,,, " 'ST,r ' ... - '" f" '""Cocr .- - -- -- sZo' - IJ I " 'X f u.. ""'""';" "" ..,,. ii,..i .... niui;i.. vn -. k ,,,, fr."""'!!!; Jl ' cm to0" 1 ..... ...... .- J .i,l. '""lie ... ..i ( ic 1 -- .. ,. .' . , en, ... "', ,,T " ..... - ... !,. f- .Ute - Bkct i '" 3. muw hand-to-han- rrJLw--- - -- s - ,Wtf- - 1 BRITISH TANKS BRING VICTORY f TKIOKH UH U815I) x rrAii hIiAokkrs by ONCE CONVICT IS NOW POTASH KING PUUharg, Hot. 4. Ruses wlilcli iciones U Med U defeat slackers who Me defocUvo sight or hoar- er Ol' KNHI.IHIl WARMiiR or to dotoct over-eagKFKICIKNCY whe wlili to conceal MACIIINKH IS KBIiIiV IHwMON- atralod. llrltish Army HcalaartcrB In ophthamology ami nonvor, Nov. 24. From a prison np Coo K Kdpor, of Lafayette, Franco, Thursday, Nov. 22. Tho lin- -i deac-iooprosslon which existed In tho minds tho moans used to dls-o- f roll in tlio Colorado penitentiary at many soldiers that tho Hrltlsh cover lingering as It affected the Canon City to tho "Potnsh King of America" and possessor of n fortune y n,0 means of tanks were freaks of little value ts0yes nnd cara ,.,, Pitlmntcd Rt closo to $2,000,000, Is of war Is helm? wiped an applicant can ho M . M out on acount of tlio" achievements or nintlo to read with an eyo which he tlio romantic story of Frank U. Ilulen. WTVV, .. Mm. great army of thoso mighty en- - ,lrof(,ascs to ), ,. proving tho oyo' owner of thousands of acres of high-pintho iWft. T Tfl Bs IB ly productive potash swamps In No- ft which on Tuesday morning is not defective. C5) Sloan's l.luimenl I'or ItliciiimitNiu. hroko throiiRh the main Hludenburg M(lJ waller H. Lancaster, or Hoa- - brnska. Tho torturo of rheumatism, the j Ti was In Denver recontly.and Uulcu d man lino and curried tho war miles Into to0 toI(1 i,ow n enomy territory. The work which cailt,,i t()r miliary service liad heen "ot his former Jailer. Tom Tynan, pnlns niul aches that make life unUn- the tank did on that tlrst day nnd, niado t() Willk barefooted across a warden of the state penal Institution bearahlo nre rolleveil hy SIohii's heen doing uver aluco is one of llooron which rubber taoks and oth-- j Union has never forgotten the war - Imeiit. a clean clear liquid that . Iiave " j' irienusnip. displayed ,...-....- , the most striking features of the er obstacles had been placed. He i'i. war. It can 1ms Mild they nis alono picked his way si pingerly tlmt hi1 parole was secured through Tynnir niiisay plasters or ointments because : responsible for. the tremendous vic claim of being unable to see well efforts, and nt a dinner glron Tynnii It penetrates quickly without rubruruinnmnj uio 'n" woo onco lnl'' stone3 hing tory won 1jy the British, for tniantry, was disproved. of olhers He told recounte! hi expert - following exposure, strains, sprains artillery and cavalry all have play- - being tricked hy a coin rolled acromm prlot , the PUrOK. d their Dart. Nevertheless, eU UUa l7 Bill Clics-1- . ciivnii m miui- - i wedge.witli- - Btncttvely. Hulen left Oklahoma in UlO. trek - , went la promptly effective. Always; j tanks drove the entering ... AUmi through Colonwlo and then hive a bottle haad,y for gout, htm-- ; ent which this trlump probably would r.reiiwood. of the klnR Into WyomliiR. While iwosnect- - baKo, toothache, backache, stiff neck , Have proved Impossible Medical Ktserve Corps, said lie'knew In a few hours they tore to shred of flfteen men wltll gjRsg oyeg who inr for oil tit the litter Mats he was and all external palna. At druggists, j 1j to the ,lrttK arlny arrested on n charRe ot bignmy. 25c lines of barbed wire, the demolition had been pnt " "" ef whlcli by a concentration of nrtll- - fTJ saIi he j,ad aiao discovered iev- - brought In Colorado by Bertha Fen- - ' Hulen and Charlotte Richard' HKRtJ OK THK HOUR r aholntn Imbecility lerv would have required many days. orAi pa.p IX aitK.lT ORITAIN Furthermore..' their employment made among the solectlves In canu, ns Hulen, both claiming him as their arrangement of the se- - wp! aB gtratige anomalies such as,lUBb,uld- Itosslblo tho Uput. Gen. Sir Julian Iledworth crot atlaek, which would have been stx flngors 0n a hand. Kent to lViilteullary. Byug, hero of tho hour In Great question had tho artillery nut of tho Hulen was entenccil frOm Jeffer Icon broiiRht Into play. son County, Colorado, to two years llrltnlii. Is 55 years old. He was the llotli The Same To Her. Are In the penitentiary. His falthfiilnoss seventh son of the second oarl of Tho burglar's wlfo s In the wll- - 'In itntv niul tlu thnrniio.is with wliir.h Stafford, and entered tlio British milThe tanks have demonstrated fully , ,u t h(j orfornie(1 tho nr,iuous ,.lsUs itary service when ho was 21, Joining their power In saving the lives or men 1,1 I.. n. Lvmiiimi ftllt llflllfl was conducting a vigorous cross-ex- uAuiuii". " Miiu ,nroum, tho .stouo iijeioro vou iuv y and in conserving ammunition. Tho nltrnctei, 'tlin rPiiiitli Knvfil Iliiavnrti IJyng was In rommand or the Britcasualties among the Infantry which lamination. ,.. Warden Tynan, who assigned him to imuiu farm wagons. They run lighter, aro mado of nn .. .,..v. llfn.lnn. uu ...u ,1. ...ll" nt lilj clerical work In i.iam, "t followed tho tanks into action wcro tho prison office. ish forces In Kgypt when the war the very best material ami last far longer than any broko out, and be was called back for exceedingly light. Tho correspondent man? Later Tynan secured his parole. machine made wagon yon can buy no matter what bas heard that two battallons.for In- - j "Yes." While waiting lor trial in the coun- service. He had then been decorated "You knew ho was a burglar when ty Jail at Golden on the bigamy 'three times for service in tho Soudan utanco, bad only ono casualty each, price you pay. 'expedition and in South Africa. married him?" and that another suffered the loss of charge, Hulen bad become Infatuate! Hyng was made a major genoral In "Yes." men. This is almost unprcce-- , throe with tho sheriff's daughter there, who Wo also do all kinds of Hlackstnithing and Re"How did you como to contract a frequently alleviated tho pining ()f'UI0y and bis high qualities of lead dented in an attack of such magnl-- , matrimonial alliance with such a those in the custody of her father by ership, displayed during this war, pairing, especially tho hard jobs the other fellow tU(je ' nian?" lili flin Hmltntinnl frtn" lali In can't do. Tho casualties among the crews of furnishing sweets and performing "Well," said the witness, sarcas-ni.pnl.- small kindnesses for tho unfortunate he now holds. tho tanks also were very light on tho His wife. Mrs. Marie Evelyn Uyng. dav. which is the only one tlcally, "I was getting old, and had inmates. Wo also nmUo a specialty of IToisoshouing and n Is author or two books, for which reports bavo thus far been to chooso between a 'lawyer and a Kotowing- his relenso from the earnestly solicit, your patronage in this line. received. It is impossible to state burglar." 'Canon City institution, Hulcy went to "Harriers" and "Anne o! tho Marshended Golden. Whilo attending lectures at! land." The how many tanks were In action, but Respectfully yours, Uyng succeeded Gen. Henry Alien-b- y there were several hundred, and out there. the Colorado School of Mines he was in command of tho British Third of all the mon who went forward in deeply Impressed with tho declaration ,... .. n...i.a.. ... them It appears but fewer than twenof a professor In chemistry, who, An Old Man's Stomach. ,!,sl fnuc' ty wcro killed and fewer than 100 sent ,, , As we grow older and less actiw. describing a sample of water 5 JL&G IIL till' itllU- J1U W.IS 111 . wnimrlnil Mntiv nf tlinso pnsilrilMp w 1P?S and less food is required to from a lake in Nebraska for analysis, Mlian Corps up to the time ho went to ." wore duo to the fact that men lott meet the demands of our bodies. If said that tno sampio stioweu traces Army. Ho was put lu com- tho tanks to perform some work In too much Is habitually taken, the "l poi.isii nuu iuuu-uiumu iiushiuu the Third ,.r i.. ...n...i " ""- - fiA..n,Hi.t. t. M... inir ".. wiu 'U"""! '!Dardanelles, tlio open, wliero they came under stomach will rebel. When a man !,. f l.,,r,w,,,cr. wnnlfl. It-- tl,n li.rrllfirv Thirty-tiv- f after bis return from tho yi-ni'.piTii'iii'i- - in t lie hlmp. the Are or snipers. reaches the advanced ago of S5 or that produced it were developed. whore he commanded tho Ninth Corp The porrormance oT the tanks was 90. you will find that he is a light Hulen S.nv VKtnn. ' ntnf .(,.nn rtf lltal tho more remarkablo because there eater. De as careful as you will, ". ",v" """" "' "'"' Ilulen quickly won tho hand of campaign. was only a short rimo to prepare for however, you will occasionally eat Miss Dennis, tho sheriff s daughter, Tho Canadians were still under their use. Souio or the tanks weie more than you should and will feel veterans, but many had never been the need of Chamberlain's Tablets ka. Ho built a hut on tho edge of Byng when they captured Vimy ltltlge g3TJianTAjts:rj;i'mrraTr.TjisiA-r- i ' "' in an engagement berore, and the to coirect the disorder. tab- a vast swamp and for six months the: These HKUK IS A GOOD l'l.ACK TO STOP FOB MTTIjI: MOXKY crews lacked actual fighting experi- lets do not contain pepsin, but newly-wed- s underwent many prlva- - '(;,.;MA.V mukuai, i.kaoKK B was necessary to istiengthen ence. Moreover, It tions. To tho bride It was a scene' NOW I'UVOUS AXXKXA'l the stomach and enable & 7th with train tho Intantry to ii Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th it to perform its functions natural- - ol ucsoiauon. nut nuien saw visions lu ly. They also cause a gentle move- - of untold wealth in tho dreary sur- was accomplished them. All this The Only Hotel in Ituisvlllt' Operated on tho Stockholm. Nov. 25. Dr. Gustav Do acquired as much of strescmann Ie!Uier ot ,ho German American anil IUiropcuu Pliins. lc" m roundlngs. mem of the bowels. i rrepunutons .Muuo ijulrkiy. tho territory as possible. Including a National Liberals In the Reichstag, A.MKKICAX IMiAX (With Meals) In addition a great amount of work large lake adjacent to the swamp has openly placed himself on the side Booms without Itatli but with Hot mid Cold Itiiunlng Water. was dono to get the tanks Into posiland, and evolved his plans for the of the advocates of annexation and tion and brirs forward their fuel. of potash. single, 52.00 per dny; 75 Hooms people. 2.00 each manufacture tho opponents or peace by agreement. Many hundred tons of petrol were single, 2.50 per dny; 50 Hooms When the British shipping block- Tlio Vorwaerts reports Dr. Strcso-- , people, 2.2C each Infants and Children For brought up secretly and stored pend- -' 60 Front Hooms. single, 3.00 per dny; ade cut off tho supply or German mann as saying In n speech at people, 2.50 each Ing tho attack. It was done so qule-- 1 Sn Use For Over Kooins witli Printo llntli: Years potash Ilulen was prepared to rur-uls- li that tho Itclchstag majorl-- I ly that few soldiers in the territory Always bears 50 Hooms single, 3.00 per day; Undo Sam with sufficient potash ty resolution In favor of peace was a people, 2.75 each Involved knew what was proceed- -' the 50 Hooms single, 3.50 per day; to offset the loss of tho Teuton sup- technical error and that "In common people. 3.00 each Signature of ing. ply. He had tho potash, but was jwlth tho overwhelming majority of KUUOPKAX PLAN (Without Meals) The advance. of the tanks.wlth their my party I consider every resolution Kooins without Until but ulth Hot mid Cold Hiiimlng Water. general leading the way In a monitor having in view peaco at tlio present lmpres-slv- o S J a iT ti Hying bis lias, was tho most 3 Kv single, $1.00 per dny; 75 Hooms people, JO. 75 each time as unjustillablo In view ot th'i sight imaginable. For miles they 50 Hooms single, 1.25 por dny; people, 1.00 each war situation as It now stands." were lined up along the British front, 60 Front Hooms. single, 1.50 per day; people, 1.25 each Dr. Stresemann's annexation pro and when they started forward it was Itmiins with Private Ilutli: gramme ns gathered rrom tho speech like a great ceremonial parade. Hack 50 Hooms single, 1.50 por day; people, 1.25 each alms chlelly toward tho east. or them cair.o tho Infantry.glvlng the ' Bluglo, 2.00 per day; 60 Hooms pcoplo, 1.50 each dual touch to tno picture. To Change. Too THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Tanks have been engaged In some Mlssissinnl is a land or romance and Interesting history, and she has fur A physician was exam In lug a class umer iibiiuiii, emie uie uiutrtu en..- -, ,lIsj1C(1 some faraous men who have had spectacular careers. Mississippi lot nurses. Ho described tho condl-m- y Kuropoan Plan Only. torritory. Thoy crushed tlielr way waa iouni 1)y 0m World explorers to have a lino climate and many fasclna- - tIon of a patient, and asked ono nurso Hooms Without Until, $1,011 mill up; Hooms With Private Until, $1.30 easily, tearing l(olla tliru harbsd wire Two centuries ago DeSoto. Jollet, Marquette, Ibervlllo, Bienvillo and )low lm,ci, morphine, lu her opinion, niul up Host Kilting Placo In Town. great gnps for tho Infantry .and it was had a "vision" or the civilization or Mississippi of today. Mississlp- - B,0uld bo administered to tho 'suf-nThe Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale they had made a consider- - , has ,liul ono iiull,ire,i years of btatchood and bhe expects to colobrato her j until forer. district nnd only a walk to thu retail district and theaters. able advance that strong resistance Conten,l!aj near Gulfport In 1910. "Eight grnlns," promptly replied ,,,,, - nn was encountered. The stlffost fight-- , I.OUISVILLi: IlOTKL AM) OLD 1XX COMPANY, Props. .. rrlw, ,,Mnr .. .. - ,, At Gulfport Is a railway pier extending ono mile into tno .Mississippi or Ing was ut Latoau wood, south It pIvps iliinkni?!. fiipttltlis to furfiiirn vessels and makes t 10 harbor ",u,ll u,,u l" l", I,aa,-- " "" " Snimd Masnlorcs. There tho tnnks engaged nrvgri'. irma-.her turn en tno again sho appeared rea number or German Held and heavy a gatoway to the Interior of tho State, and south to tho Panama Canal along the greatly contused nnd said to tho ex guns and won the day against them. gion. GulJport Is thus famed, together with Its land connections aminer Ono tank deliberately charged a 5. f- lino or the Louisville & Nashvlllo Uallroad for Its nccosslbllity from and to T "Doctor, I wish to correct tho an-- J cession nnd always sat well down In 11 linch gun and cleared out Its crew nil points north, south, cast and west. (UiV. swer I mado last tlmo. I meant to front. ith tho machine guns. The city of. Gulfport has attractive homes, fine churches and schools, and say that of a grain should Tiieso incis wcro communicated to j m E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Tank Taken City. e people. She has also about her, fruit lands and bo given to tho patient." nn uggresblvo tho theater's press agent, who scented And Fitting of Glasses Cantaiug roll bofore one tank canton spots for tho settler from the north. Sho has in her Great Southphysi- a good story. Approaching tho In "Too late," remarked tho which never had seen action until ern Hotel a lino Gulfport Is on tho beautiful Shell cian without looking up from his terested spectator botween the act. ' Maorjto hostelry. OWIiNSIJORO. KY. I that time. It charged into the vll- - road also, that extends for miles along the edge of the Sound. It Is a IliiJ question paper. "Tho man's dead." 1.. njiuiuKi&i-- iui.. 1.1- - I... ' uu n1,w.ln.l ins uiirusion ami lage, making it untenable by tho vig-- 1 ,roezo one gets at most any day of the year, when aboard that olectrlc lino said: orous action of Its guns. Twelve tank? ti,at runs along tho very waters odge. Tho golf links, a few miles east or "Would you mind telling m Juit Tells Hon She tod tho way into Marcolng. Their GuHport aro an attraction on this lino; also tho Military Academy and s Mrs. P. O. Stuchell "? X0" "ro so interested in this Her Son of a Cold. Cnrl provlously had studied maps tlful Beauvolr, that was onco tho homo of Jefferson Davis, and which Is 'When my son Ellis wns sick with I,,By? I)o yu kmm oms member aud been assigned posts, and tho now a harbor for the Confederate Veterans or tho South. it,l taut wlnlor T irnvn litni (11mm. i Ol 1110 casil tanks went about thu business meIf, while sojourning at Gulfport, you nro weary of golfing or boating, why berlaln's Cough Homcdy. It helped "Nopo'sald tho man from the thodically, eacli up to tho position In tho moonlight nights or dark nights you can go searching for him ut once and quickly broko up .nutlands. "That alu't It. Hut I'll designated. Theso twelve movablo then when tho tldu Is out. It is a picturesque sight to seo men his cold," writes Mrs. P. O. Stuchell, toll you about It. You know tUo forts completely organized tho place. "flounders" and women, who llvo ulong tho shore who often at night aro thus engag- Homer City, Pa. This rcmody hascene In tho prlvato room la tho ,At lllbccourt tho tanks arrived Juit Hy tho aid of the light of their torches they enjoy this sport. No Its taurant whoro tho dark man and tho WcCALL PATTl'JtNS In uso for many years. as tho Germans weru sitting down to ed. Si'.M?i,.,'i '"' "Impllclty n doubt inuiiy find it uu economic pastlmo. good qualities have been fully proven other man'B wlfo gut up aud leavo ,y V reliability nearly! yciii. Sold in breakfast. Tho crows of the tanks ctrrr city nd tofn.lii the Uiiltrd SUtf nirll n d Is tho door Just a moment F It got their moinliig meal from the food ii4.ij, ur uy n.vii a tcit. Atore told ttut Gulfport Is a coming city of somo size! Strangers aro cordially wolcomo by many thousands of peoplo, 1 ni boloro tlio woman's husband entori L ""r olh" "te. Sena lor nee cuioeui.. enemy. of many others litaauunt and saro tq take. prepared for tho elthor to visit for a tlmo or to add their Interest to that by tho right-han- d door!" Thehii aro not tho only places who come for tho attractions ami sho offers to ull who may wish .the. (.,!.. "Ves," said the press agent expec L ,ouoment. IMnyMl taking. They to shnro with her. Oarlylo Poi;ter. which tanks nshUled in r- m ,..K, uncy Becmeworit, iiaiwreniiiB, problem play was being produc- - tantly luivo been swarming over tho whole Gulfport is ouu of tho attract ivo resorts located on tho Beautiful Gulf r (.vu'tiK double). S'cfudinB "frre "Well," said tho Intoiested spocta- - J Ono evening it wasi ed in Chicago. groat territory aiiuoxed by the Britlutttrn. by tlio superb steel pussengcr trains of the Coust and reachod NDrRFUL,iay; "' "lJ.'or "mple c0" dlscovored that a corluln man, ovl- - tor, "somo night thu husband's going ish, and when dm full story of tliclr dontly from tho rural districts, hud to como lu beforo they leave." Pitts-- , I WARni$. iW4?iSfSfTrdum muIol- -. exploits is told It will make remarka-tilo- . I VdJrs uttutidcd tho play six nights lu sue- - burir Chronlclo-Telocruihistory. x uccul c s t its A :;u 5U NIW lOWi at tho session horo of tlio Joint con tention of tho American Academy of for military iotvIco woro explaiuoJ patriots pitOM prison WAt.1.1 to mm.- tliclr tiultucsa MONAIKK TH liIl'W HTOKY ok wiearniuficK. i,,( ,.!,,, es handicapped Vr a very limited capital for paHlwe It Into marketable condition. Many Una I anlanclemrnti with Nebraika bankers followed, but many month of litigation Hulen won his Qcht with the eapllnllils.iuul , nnw milrnli minrnTlmntalr tidily. flvo por eont of the potash output ? tho United 8tto. He haa an inenso nlant at Antloch. Nob., and Is.flfl rapidly accumulating a fortune that j may riTal tho wealth of a CamoRle or Uockofellcr. Hulon, lu his arflucnce, still keeps,, I.. I......1. ..l1. W'mv.Ia.i Tkhiiii .mil , Ihll ,,11. III IIIIIUII ijmiiitii"" Qtk plenlshes the exchequer of many of ! Ills former prl?on mates as they urn ... r KJ released irom cusioiiy. X SSSflaS9 oj T '"'-(jj- 1 of. Ladies oot 4 V r. Stf s r J faint-hearte- WlLt r tf - t ! "" j j """-- y ''' lrb iuiiui.i- j Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. " ," , xiLJKJ'mJ,J'maQ&& &QK&JJKW' 'vfvtlX?'1 Llfc-Save- ri im,uuU,-- Wagons! Wagon! Wagons! 1 ,,.. j t"'v. I ""i i I i'" I nr j well-know- I . ' ,. l1 j t... in.t. - A. """ ... Centertown, s Jk. ow on y- '0v " """ ... t-- j j 30 Wurt-itembu- rg I I AT ue&Eiiiifi iiiii 10 SSi GULFP0RT, MISS. j ito , ot . I, ,. "-- nn J. ono-clgh- th wide-awak- jlUftr'C i. TUODDC u j beau-crow- j roa-bo- I lott-hun- woll-boln- g -- W5 ''. !'' Mlrh,feJk LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE RAILROAD h. "inr itn-- w 5i'5 BOYS IN FRANCE HAVE OWN PAPER it. h. i, ;m.MV UKIICT Ari'HU VinSHITCDKS. r i'i:i:ioincAi, makks cho!'" IIIIAVINM 'Ml or I'lnhrrtci. NORWAY LOSES "Wo cnihrnced. over tho fenco when tho suurd'fi hack wbb turned. dlil! VESSELS Klio knew only theso two words of 'Lovo you! Lovo you!' KiikIIsIi: And I know only thoso two French Pon WIIITK IIOOIC ALSO SHOWS 25 words to answer: 'Poncho! Tho most striking point nbout the Auiorlcnn troops, from tho viewpoint tit thoso with whom they hnvo conn from in contact In Huropo Ihelr speclacular money upending lirnclMtles. iiiitdo posslhlo by tho comparatively princely salary Undo Fain Is paying bin soldiers has been tho deslro of tho men for cleanliness nnd sanitation: Tho United Stntcti Is tho most sanitary country In the world. Tho nverago American Is con For In sidered "flnnlcky" abroad. stance, It caused astonishment In tnoro than one quarter when the tncmbcrH of the Klghlcnnth,' being given their first leavo of absonco, devoted tho earlier part of it to getHerald. llc ting a hot bath.-I.oulsTl- IIOMIIS DKOPPKI) UPON yUKKN OF AMtlATIf' Tho Bound of tho of tho Pinve continues lo bo heard In Venice, hut the first fears of the small part of the population remaining have been considerably relieved as the Italian forces offer steady resistance nlong the line of the river. An enemy airplane raid look placa yesterday, n number of bombs being dropped. Two exploded In the cemetery, wrecking some of tho tombs Others fell In the water basin In tV squuro of San Mnrro nnd tho Grand Canal, and ono near tho railway station, without doing damage. Still others struck the barracks of the Carablncrle, near Maestro, the land station of Venice, but did llttlo dam-ng- e. Venice, Nov. 24. shelling nt the mouth ".fi v ) 2ST0i.jlWgf-J- HAiiiits iiavi: iu:i;n sac- HWICHU. i ' . Net Contents ISPliiidPrachra; ' v,)1' r if "ir, j EH H M lam h H an Hi aa H aa Bal Ufiu I PillM For MNRMMMMHMMMMMMMMMMa Infants and Children. I i Willi llio rnllnl Slntcs Forres In Krancp, Nov. 24. A liitimltiK llttlo ropy (if llic first Ainuriiim newspaper )uI)1IhIu(1 by our nrmb's on tliu otli Nlilo linn, ufler the most Knllfiut uf KtriiKgh-i;alore, imil vlelxtdtiidi'B romcH to tin. Urnvo, chesty mill benin-Iii- r with tlie purbotiiillty of the "ilouBhboy," It lias Journiycil to mis lirlneiiiK Itts ntinosnlioro of la belle KrancalMv II Is on tlicnp, tli In paper, bun liren set up by French roniposllorB (ami vory creditably ) mid retails at half a frnnc. It Is a little of the purfume, (Correspondence of tho Louisville Herald.) ;'.& IT &s . '. ; 8 .a OHM -:.:,-r"- Mothers Know That Genuine Castoda of the homely French hainUlB, their quaint roly poly Inhabitants; it Is wisp of the rolling Mnoku uf the night flros anil the khnUI figures who Kathor In the eloaiulnc to talk aud think of "thu States." nnd mother who has rent the Viullinn picture! and cheery letter he carrUi In his pack. It Is the personality, In short, of the in n of the Klghtuenth Railway KtiKlneers, United Status army, tonie-wher- o It U "The Splk-ur.- " in Franc. m Zl'PPUI.INK FI.KW TOO IHOII; ENGI.NKS vno'.K "I!rIIiiRi Plentiful." Kompnuy V Kulture Koluiun the bo)s with the latest Ilnan-cin- l newn somewhero In this fiish- Ion V . declining rapidly. '('Ignrottos Heavy bull movement account delayed pay day. Shortngo centimes acutn. strong. plentiful ami Ilodbugs Pickering nnd Hlley reported with heavy stocky Iloef stow continues Sox pluutlful. Humors unchanged. per cent pure unsaying ninety-nin- e bull." The fourth edition of the plucky little fchcet has not yut appeared on reason: Those thu newsstands Htrlct Kuglish eunsors hnvo held the whole edition up on a technicality. territory. When daylight enmo, and the (It was prepared at the first place Zeppelins arriv- crows of Hie wandering the Kighteenth, cnmiied after ing on the "other sldo" in Eng- found themselves over a hostile counthat desperate try, they realized land.) to have Listen tn measures wen necessary Konianco? Oo, la, la! Accordingly, they dethemselves. thin: Tho Klrhteonth's first scended to a considerably lower levScene: camp In Franco. Prlvato Murray, of el In order to restart their engines. comCompany, turns in at his hunk just tine oven, a8 already reported, re-- 1 taps sounds. Hud In tin darkness ing right dffwn to earth and then ns airmen ttrst ascending. in describes to his cor'ioral Ms to selp their opportunity, nnd French romance lliusly: "Her eyos, will her hair wuru raveu black. Such W is why llvo of the never agiur, return to Germany. entity!" s Paris, Nov. :4. Why tho Zeppelins which raided Kngland missed their course on the return journey and drlftod Into French territory hns been the subject of widespread speculation. Tho real rwiion Is that the raiders were compelled, from fear of aeroplane attack, to fly at the Immense height of from 18,000 to 20.000 feet. Observation nt this height, If trnvcl-Ini- r at any spend, would ho practi cally Impossible, nnd It .wns neces-tir- v timrnfnrn. for the airships to hover In order to discover any ob jective for their bombs. Some of them arc known to have remained with their engines cut off for two hours, with tho result that the engines heenmo cold. Kvcn oil freezes at such n height. It was Im possible to restart the engines without descending to a dangerously lowconsequonce the Zeppe level, and In lins were at tho mercy of the wlml, which soon carried them over French un-quic- k THE BEAUTIFULGULP COAST IUM.M and K'KAK SIMUNOS, MISSISSIPPI. monsIf jou would revel among the most beautiful of shnde tree- the archy of tho South, the Live Oaks go to Ocean Springs. Mississippi. Drink sholl road from its Mineral 8prlugs wid enjoy the ozono from tho stretch of Sound. along tho or prlvato hoardLlvo Simply among its plain hut hospitable small hotels or the ing houses: jou will never forgot the view of the Gulf you havo had. you have enjoyed during your stay. rejuvenating atmosphere that was settled by IIIloxl might ho called the Klvlera of tho Gulf Coast. It part of the, Louisiana possessions and was the first Iborvlllo In 1C00. It was colony planted by tho French In the South. and I ho now. Yes. It Ih true that you will find thore the old civilization restful, helthful and Truthfully wo may aleo say that It Is ono of the most charming resorts on tho North American continent. holidays Wo hnvo found It most delightful just following the Christmas r; It Is also inoM agreeable In tho summertime, us tho but In freezes from the Culf of Mexico fan tho shore at some tlmo of each Mid-winte- Many legends havo been centered at Uiloxl, which doubtless had tholr A grand old oak. origin from tho tlmo of the Indian to later clvlllzatlou. In the church- with gnarled and twisted brunches and hanging moss, stands It has been the basis of (if tho plcturcsquo church of tho UeUoomor yard iiuiny a legend and verse. been How benutlful nro those homes along tho bench where nature has agnln undisturbed. Heyond the narrow streets of Old Uiloxl ono can skirt bo a tho shell road, puss tho "home for guests" and the lighthouse and beautiful prlvato villas lined nlons? welcome guest also at one or more of tho boat-houtho sholl road. Several of these havo their own private piers with Iloat-Inor tho pier, way out on tho wnter. at the end or hathlng-houz- o Ilfo of bathing aud fishing are rccrcatlous that belong to tho , Uiloxl nearly all the year round. UUoxl Is not wholly dependent upon tourists. It has nn A Tourist Club is sustained during tho winter month-fropopulation. a colony lnrgely of middle states northern peoplo who center thoro It Is an utlractlvo adjunct to Uiloxl to early spring. yearly from during that tlmo. Hover has tho writer seen moro glorious sunsets or more benutlful inoonliGbts. What more fascinating than tho silvery sheen in tho fillwako of a white tallboat as she silently glides along. Hor hold may bo may bo carrying to bo unloaded at some oyslor ed with oysters which she nmy bo that with houses a mllo or so around the bend of tho hay; or It waters she Is Inden. It you happen to ho tho next pchrlmp from deeper morning, where tho boat is being unloaded you will find It a process worth Bcolng. Inside of a long building all Is activity mon women nnd ehlldron aro employed by tho hundreds In oponlng tho oyster sholls. Tho oysters are first dropped Into tubs ot water nud tho last process Is whou they uro placed marIn cases which aro sealed and neatly labeled and then nro ready for tho g, or m mid-wint- er dixy Norway, Nov. 1. Christlnnla, . 1 ' Tho Storthing recently passed a bill :.-.. . '1-- ALCOHOL-- 3 run Instructing tho government to publl l1s!mi!nIimilhcroodbyRo'4ut.v lish n "White Hook" with reports of TVl" Norwegian ships lost through Ger& 1in:lficSfomsdwinwclscl man warfare nnd quoting the testimony given before naval courts. Tho book has just appeared In two Thereby PromoiimJ Diction yolumes mid gives information up to aiccrfulncssandRcsLCont.iuis -I July 1, 9 17, recording that n total 'KvhA Mineral. NotNaurotic of riSO vessels of 8 fj 5 , G f 7 tons, together with 62S sailors, hnvc been lost. J'LMfJWJI FOR FLETCHER'S i:.....'-- . : ;::' These numbers hnvc been Increased by losso3 during July, August and ftSWS Septombcr, making the total 6 CO ves.;..' p: i him Sud sels of 1,020,000 tons, with 713 sail- KA1SKK SAYS LATINS' KOUT (lanludxyr ass u. rt.nrn tif.i ors known to havo perished while WAS JUIK3MKNT OF GOD 1S" the fate of 17 more is uncertain. ',.;,' ' Gonslipation and Diarrhoea, a M Wi-d- t Norway's mercantile marine on OcAmsterdam, Nov. 24. Advices reI tfFS-nnd Wrishncss and tober 1, 1917, consisted of 3,205 ves- ceived hero from Berlin say that the Loss of a sels of 2,120,209 tons. German Emperor, In addressing n naulltniicrcfrcjnjmlina nun Sailors Ioso Lives. nrandenburg regiment on the plains 'SI- Tac Simile Sijoawe" In J, 000 near the Tagliutnento recalled tho The records contained pages of the two volumes ot the soldiors' share in tho battles of the white book show plainly to what Champagne, at Verdun and Tarno-po- l. TiicCcNTAU'iCojirANv:. atrocities Norwegian 'sailors havo EvVryii1J been subjected by German Tho Emperor said: commanders. From September, 1916, you have a greater task.that "But fivo months before tho unlimited of breaking thru the Italian front warfare was officially declar- near Flltsch nnd Tolmlno a heavy ed by (Sormany, this was being prac- task considering the high mountains o nnd the enemy's ticed against Norwegian vessels. immenso means of Exact Copy of Wrapper. IW YOK CITT, TMC CCNTUR COMMNY. tho majority of tho lost vessels dofense. Your success exceeded all W EKBB3EJJ; nro proved to havo been sunk by V- - calculations so greatly that a higher i boats, 70 vessels of 120,000 tons are Power than tho power of man nnut known to have been destroyed by ex- -' havo beon at work. The enemy's plosions wherein 300 sailors lost ' collapse was tho judgmcat of God." Vitnun their lives. In a later speech tho German In ono column Is a record of boats said: "Wo aro fighting for Intended to bo sunk without trace, faithfulness, justico and truth, and according to Count Luxburg's pre- it is these that will win." W scription, as no were seen, while In other cases tho record shows No Bfoney G. W. Again. inAdvauco kept ships and lifethat tho "And you mean to say," reprimand Satisiac boats undor a rapid gunfire, killing tion Gunr-antoed tho irato father to his little crows ulready In tho boats. The liook George, "that you drew out $100 that LowcslNet tells of soven ships reported by the your rich Aunt Patricia placed in tho German ollicers as bavins bank for you last Christmas? Prices been sunk, but no member of their "Father, I can not tell a lie," anEau A crew has returned to tell of the act. Terms swered the hoy, meekly. "I used It Snving oi Only tho official German report sugTor a Liberty bond. They did it with SlOO to gests their fntc. Indianapolis tholr advertising." Several Norwegian vessels hav From. FacNews. P. A. STARCK disappeared entirely during tho war, tory Direct and the white book is unable to give For ii Weak Stomach. III YOUR any information concerning them. As a general rule all you need to Sunk Without AVnrniiig. QWH HOME. do is to adopt a diet suited to your Thirteen Norwegian ships, bound ugo and occupation and to keep your Wo will ship you a beautiful Slnr'i I .ana for 39 days' frco trial, In your upon, required. Is that you will for European ports from Argentina, bowels regular. Whon you feel that IJ home. No cash payment days. If, at All wo ask that time, you dor'JV find It use the not tho cud of and test this piano for 30 piunc In every way, that you havo ever havo been torpedoed without "warn- you have eaten too much and when highest grade, sweetest toned and finest that seen for the money, you nro at jjerfeo liberty to send lt1acl, and vie will, In you, ing. Of thopo two contained wheat ccnslfpated, take one ot Chamber-Iain- 's j event, pay the freight both ways. T V; Starck riano must make eooJ with I or there is no sale. for suffering Ilolglum and four wore m Tablets. Kasy Payments Savo SI50.00 or Moro hound to Scandinavian neutral ports. a To-- l rsy no cash down, but a(tcr 30"day We ship direct to you from our factory, at The war of extermination of Noron the lowyou can begin oi trill, prices that caeyou upwards e' $150.00 lr Jia The Uoll For IlecesN. wegian vessels still goes on, but reest, easiest tenet ever MiKgwtcJ by a piano cost ot your piano. We guarantee to furnish These tcmu are arranged to He "1 am a man of the old )cu a better piano for the money than you can manufacturer. cently with rather less effect, thanks cult jcur (onvculcnce, and It ii possible fori You are assured of recenln? secure elsewhere. you to buy a piano for your home, without' to preventive measures nnd "because school!" a satisfactory sweet tontd durable high grade -, mlssliic tli j money. piano. She "Well, I dismissed your class tho nnmlier of vessels In these waters sumo tlmo ago!" Puck. 9K.Y3 fiitaranfaa has decrcasod. 2nd -- Hand Bargains Every Btarck Tiano in Tho Norwegian papers state that Starck art Wo have constantly on hand for 23 years. sruarantecd tvl nmt beaut). Cortain Cure For Croup. the proceedings against German spies in has back 'lliU iroJrante-a large mimVr ot slightly uied rut Wvcr Iiw cji tar Mrs. Hoso MIddloton, of Greenpianos ot ill of It our 35 years of plane and ,'ou win ue w market, Norway and the heavy penalties Inexperience, and the repumama Uktil III lighted with the many exfor new Starck Pianos tation of an great oxtcnt, dimin- ville, 111., has had experience in the dicted have, to a clusive feature! of thme Ikiauuaiu , The follow. rerponsioie piano uousc. wnderful irutrumcnli, and ished the loss of vessels leaving Nor- treatment of this disease. She saj-3j lug are a few cample bargains i will be pleased with the very low prices at which 50 Free Musio wegian ports. Heretofore these spies "When my children woro small my wcocr 911U.UU they can be secured, ft Lessons 92.00 Steinway had roported tho movements of ships son had croup frequently. ChamberPiano Book Free Chlckering 90.03 Ta every purchaser of keeping wntch lain's Cough Remedy always broke to German Send today for our new Starck l'lanos, wo give tree Kimball 95.00 plana music lessons, in one of alonj; the Norwegian coast for their up these attacks Immediately, and 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck book which gives the best Vnown schools In I was never without it in the house. prey. you Chicago. These large amount ot informs, Send for our latest complete tion regarding pianos. This ran take In your own home, bargain list. Tho press unanimously urges ev- I have taken it myself for coughs and book will Interest and by mall. This represents in please yoj. Write today. ery Norwegian to get tho white boo't colds with good results." cne year's free instruction. 1313 Starck BldC CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. and study it In order tu learn what German kulturo is and tho treatment of a nation toward which the ChanFOR FLETCHER'S d cellor lately said Germany only f the most friendly feelings. The. newspapers niso request mo government to publish the book in English and German. Always Bears the Signature, of (f to 1 Children Cry QASTORIA w tf- A ' ( ifr I" i a ij Use For Over 1 c5'J Thirty Years at at Al-th- 32a2HE Em-por- or tat ck Pianos od at Fact i.it S200 so mw r bt riaycr-ltann- second-han- Second-hin- hnr-bore- Children "Cry CASTO R A STAIRS so ket. Thero aro homes for tho workers and their families who live near the plants or oyster factories. There Is nlro a Settlement Houso not far away with beautiful trees ubout It, with kindergarten and playgrounds for tho ehlldron, who aro thus cared for whllo their mothers nro at work at the oyster houses. Tho season Is short and consequently tho earnings nro for ....I., n cimri tlmiv nf Mm vear. Again nnd again from tho cold rigid winters of tho north wo shnll sook tho: shore ot Ucautlf ul niloxl and perhaps now and then for a resplto In tho sumnior, also. k So when you malto up your roulo for trips South hcncoforth.'wo advlso you by all meanu to lnoJudo Uiloxl or Oooun Springs. Carlylo Portor. T so nro two of tho popular nud attractive resells onoftho beautiful Gulf the v th medwn steel tMwsenrw trutus mil Co.i rr)4 Itad Colds From Sudden Changes. Sudden changes of temperature and underwear bring spring colds with stuffed up head, sore throat and general symptoms. A doso of Dr. King's New Discovery Is sure rellof, Too III to Walk Upright.- - Operation this happy combination of antiseptic Advised. Saved by Lydia E. balsams clears tho head, soothes the might Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Irritated membranes and what hnvo been a lingering cold is broken up. Don't stop treatment when rechickens nnd This woman now llof is first felt ns a half cured cold does manual labor. raises her atury: Head Is dangorous. Tako Dr. King's New Richmond, Ind. "For two years I 1 DIscovory till your cold Is gono was so Bick and weak with troubles from my ago that when going up Merger Amendment Vote. stairs 1 had to go Frankfort, Ky.. Npv. 24. The vote very slowly with on tho amendment to tho constitumy bunds on tho steps, then sit down tion providing for computing teleat tho top to rest. phone companies to bo purchased by Tho doctor said ho tholr competitors, with Leo and Cumthought I should berland counties missing Is: Yes, havo an operation, and my friends no, 30,180. Thu umcudmcut thought 1 would not has carrlod, and tho 1918 session of live to movo into tho Logtslaturo will enact a law unour new houso. My der which tho amendment may bo dnuL'hter asked mo to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo carrlod Into effect. Compound us sho had taken it with good t if results. 1 did so, my weakness disWrong! AH Wrong! appeared, I gained in strength, moved be"Havo you anything to say into our new home, did all kinds of fore sentence. Is pronounced against garden work, shoveled dirt, did building and cement work, and rnisod hunyou?" asked tho Judgo. I cancMA chickens "Tho only thing I'm klckln nbout," dreds of enough In end M. ', wlf not say prl answered tho couvlctod burglar, "Ii I1nkhm'a VofnVw iu iji' MmiliVl by a man that kept 49,-9C- 8; MBED You Can You Be Whatever ON HER HANDS want To Be 4 ! You can bo a success, and a big success, if you have mMrn AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief roquisito for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception aro the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School 'in session tlio ontiro year. Pupils may enter atf any time and receive proper classification. I! V I ! ;; Disli lies I (Incorporated) 1 nil i OWFNSBORO. KY. Hartford Republican. v h Published Weekly by JBABTTORD PRINTING COMPANY W. S. TINSLBY, Scc.-Trca- Incorporated s. for perjury, but (bo courts arc lax tliclr efforts in this mnttcr, ami Hie rlslit to demand that people hnvc the courts pnrsuo a tnoro vigilant courso In punishing bo rcprohensiTO Wliy not begin n crime. In lic mind lu GERMAN CLAWS GRASP RUSSIA r 3 iisn'v fr Owing to tho confusion In tho pubregard to tho law gov- - UPl'OUT TO MAUI! TI1I2 NORTH- KRN KMPIRK (JDKMAN IMItor rrnlng tho manner of candidates go- IOHN IIKNKY THOMAS ALLY. 8- TrNSLKY, Associate minor fig on the olllclal ballot we publish' V. ttl, last vcok. the opinion of tho nnd Business Manager. Court of Appeals lu the case, nnd the nrtlclo has ii(rol anonllng to tnw nt the roitofllc PRICE OFFERED moll mttr ot tlio Mcond proved to.be tho most Fought nfter Hnrlfonl, Ky.. nrtlclo published in a Hartford paper recently. We still have calls to dally for copies of tho paper. Many Addross alt communications Is Tlio Prompt Release of Iluinn ffha Hnrtford Republican. Democrats anxious to fco tho opinCupUvos and Market For ion, and not finding It In their ows Stores. paper. The Hartford Herald, call at rVOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS n mw ntrffrltxr. dnlrlnR the piri-nltthis ollico for it. The Herald should iJdrwwmtutulTetlieuM niM iw In muting th furnish Its readers the news, even If TlXJOMt. Dnnc(i Loral nml .VUlrm It pr llnf nml !c It docs find It a llttlo embarrassing i London. Nov. 2S. A conference of ... ........... Its readers arc entitled to Itusslan political leaders has assemMo do so uw r itA ." i.ii mlillt Inn nl InAprtliin. ft. E. SMITH, President Danlcl-Blnn-kcnsh- lp THE Just received from our New York connections. Cloaks are one of the scarcest commodities on the New York market. Nothing but the persistent efforts of our representative and our big outlet enabled us to get a big shipment for our four stores. Obltsarlrn, lUiolutlom nnil Curd ut Th ml.. u purpose of forming a government Tho tobacco market seems to be I representing all parties, according to win rewire "".in a panicky condition, and the farm- iDoaymona communUntiiin .a Petrograd uispatcu to the Times. ttontlon ers aro almost afraid to make a price The leaders havo been joined by U. on their product. Never before in TchcrnofT, M. Avsenticff, Prof. rare. present generation 123 the history of thofor tobacco been so Milukoff and Gons. Yerkhovskl.Ivan- Oiaoitorlaiia. has tho demand . CO off and others. Buyers from distant points acute Loudon, Nor. 27. Information i.titinrtH(r ii tliA email ilnllvprv was rectdved here y from Petro- KOVBMPICR 30ccntefc;8 , , AY , , dUtributIon grad that a number of German staff of the crop. Somo tobacco that wa3 officers have arrived thcro and are ' ' The Legislature will soon be in bought early in tho season for acting in an advisory capacity to again, and may the Lord save crate prices has been bought over Nikolai Lcninc, the Bolshcvlki Premtho State. again by the original buyer at an ad- - ier. ., vanced price. We do not pretend to London, Nov. 27. All communiChief or Police Petty, ot Louisville, advise a figure at which tbq farmer cation has been broken between has made an auspicious start. He, should sell his tobacco, but wo do North and South Russia. The for- has the Evening Post knocking on : advise those who cin hold their crops eign embassies at Pctrograd nrc o wait upon more favorable offer. him already, to cstabllsli any touch with Odesr-ings. There appears lo bo not even sa and other points in Southern RusHad you thought about the Com- - a remote possibility that prices will sia Olllclal messages, howovcr. aro Hurley prices seem to reaching Odessa by way of Persia. mission form of government for Ohio1 go lowei; couuty? It has worked well else- - have no top limit, and wo doubt If Olllclal conWashington, Nov. 27 good colory hurley should bo sold firmation of the news from London where, and why not here? cents a that German staff officers arc In Pc.for less than twenty-liv- e We suggest that congress at the pound, and it may bring more, trograd acting as military advisers approaching session pass a law .ul- -j of the Lenine faction probably will Central Cfty, Ky., Nov. 15, 131 mlttlne the city of New York and the. bo followed by action on the part Publisher Republican, Hartford, of the Unltod States and the Allies Stato of Georgia to the Union. Ky. Dear Sir: For some reason I definitely t( place tho Bolshcvlki re"Blankenship" sounds too blunt, am not receiving my paper regular- - gime in tho list of Germany's allies neighbor. Call him Claude o Mr. ,v Please give the matter atten-Ver- y Inside Russia the unsettled condl- is respectfully our3. Blankenship Politeness thP,ton Uion, of affairs daily seem to be V. GWYNN. D 'growing more serious. All communi cheapest investment in tho world.andt ' The above is a samplo of Utters rc- - cation now has been severed between then it looks well. 'ceived by this oulce almost daily. The North and South Russia, oven the It is current rumor in I.ouIsinc Repubii.,n h rcgularl deposited In forelgu embassies in Pctrograd bethat the approaching session ot the (ho maib( anj 0f course, addressed to ing unable to get in touch with Odes(lewral Assembly will be strongly iacn of our subscribers The trou- - sa and other points to the South Our Unofficial advices aro to the effect uiKcil to repeal or greatly modify the Wo lg wJtn lho lnail sonjcc. present Stato Primary law. complaint is not with th'e local post that the Russian Northern army is in having bad no office, nor with any postofflco in parTinlcy loit on Ills motor boat for ticular, but with the postofflce de- dire straits for food, bread for several days. a week's hunting outing at the mouth partment in general. Wo aro advisIf tho Germans are there all doubt It is of Grassy, Tuesday morning ed that fault) mail bervlee is in no as to the purpose or the Bolshevik! a bit funny to us tint Tmsley alwavs wav individual with this olfice, but is removed, and tho diplomats will leaves town when the gi.ind jury is that it affects everybody who has bo obliged to withdraw to a neutral in session. business with the mails, lnquity capital, probably Stockholm.to await with mall employes indicate to us instructions from their Governments. menThe submarines aro scarcelv thut the dilticulty lies In the false Such a development undoubtedly tioned anymoro in the war nevrs being practiced would lie followed by immediate cann ilit lint know Inst how notions ot economy by the Postmaster General. Over cellation of all orders now in prothe trick was turned, but at present naim-llin- g cess of execution for military and does not ligure in tly worked mail clerks, ana suon the service sccrafc to be responsible other supplies for Russia both in tho news from the front. for the difucnlty. To our point of United States and Japan. Several carg We do not think view there is littlo cxcue for annoy-kickin- goes from the United States are nov Wc never kick. incon-lite- , pays, and besides it in't po- - ing the public with perpetual on the way to Vladivostok, but these but we do rlso to remark that 'venience in order to save a trilling can bo diverted by wireless orders, when one calls "Central" it is mighty expenditure in the postoffico depart- - and it has been understood thut their gratifylng to hear, right oft the real, ment. delivery would be contingent upon :. "number, please." evidence that they would not fall into The Lonisvillo R. Nashville Uail- - unfriendly hands. Thc allowance to the Almshouse roa,j company owes a moral debt to openly advising With Germans Keeper for keeping tho county's poor tne people along the route of tho A? 'Lenine and his followers, it is asis entirely out of proportion to the j g. jj, unc that It has no right to sumed that efforts will be made to increased cost of living, and should neglcct. These people gave libcral-l- o carry Russia into tho position of an Every fair raised. j, of tlleir land for a right of way. active ally of the Central Powers. will support the Fiscal Court's action an,j otherwise contributed to tho svic-i- n iTIiI might produce a most serious granting it. l((.ts of the building of the road, with situatiou by making available to Gertho moral assurance that it would many tho vast stores of food.oil and Congress will assemble ut Wash- - rendor ht,m a ymm, ECryice which, cotton of Russia and cscn though the ington next .Monday, and much im- - ,n fact )t ,B not doins u ls no cx. Teutons found it impossible to conport.int legislation rolutlve to war fUg0 for th,s CTmpany t0 plead that vert tbu dikorganlzcd country into an measures awaits its action. In spite extru gtrvce would not ,,ay the actlvo military ally, the million or trJn of the demands ot a world crisis, it opcratlnK expense. The landholder moro German, Austrian and Turkish exp.ctid the woman suffrage and who is Ra0 , r,Rllt of way are finU. prisoners held In Russia would be prouiimion enuiusiasis win prouau- - lng ()iat tho aU(, takpn from thcm (s freo ror service with tho Teutonic e"- -' ly force some actlou on these nut ,,aylng fur ,Uo sacrifice, but if armies. tions at tho approaching session. tho company made a mistake in build Kver since the overturning of the was its own mistake, Keronsky Government military stratOnly n few days ago it looked like ing tho road it no just right to maketh egists hero have been anticipating Ihe German liorde were In a fair way and it has y lu people along the Hue pay for Its er- such condition as exists to lay waste to the Italian peninsu-- 1 ror. We suggest that the people at Russia Tills is ono ot the principal la, but In a nick of timo a new com-- 1 make a united and persist in Paris is expected namler was placed at the head of Interest to bring the attention of War Conference being bound by anv 'ont effort to doal Without I he PUian army, an reinforcements,, ,. special instructions, Col. House and were tdshed up by t.u, Allies, aid " Pro"cr ?fflc,als, ! duty to provide h's military advisers, Gen Bliss, will 'the it looks now like the land of Uie .i.lnn(ra nlti nrvTn fnt Inn nn. with tho representatives ' L'athaifc and the Antonlnes would , ., . commouauon oi mo iieuiuu ,v., uuui or tho nntclito Powers In framing tapn the Hunnish deluge. Corporation official along tho line mo policy to meet tho situation. Resistance. Hopo '' lie wires from Peragroil and aro not wholly Indiftereiit to public and wo are more Inclined Strong hopo is felt that an attempt M nn uio down and the outsldol-'inands- , tho offlcialt. by Lenlno to turn Russia over to GerMuru I.U& HiLiu lien:, of what Is hap. to blamo the peoplo than oii-jthis company Tor lack ot proper many will meet with powerful reslst-auc- o penlng in Itussla. it is known at home. Any attlon decided ly thtt an Irresponsible, mob ls In ' transportation horvlco. Thcro ls an old French proverb that says it is not upon by tho Allies will bo dlroctcd at contiol, and that eveiy precept of right and Justico H bolng violated, always tho people who deserve ths tho Potrograd extremists aud not at Fortunately bad things finally ge' most that get the most, but tboso the pooplo of Russia. Reports that como from the Don to unbearably bad that they just viho demand tho most. Let us the French plan ouee. Cosssck country that tho Hotmail, loose and fit themselves, and Gen. Kaledlnes, may bo tho master thut now promisos the only hopo for Kirov? Wanted, of tho situation through his control the restoration of order in chaotic t to Wo wuia a Bumber of tons of tho food which is necessary . Kussia. baled straw wheat, oat or rye. Will maintain any military force In tho The mUcnrrlago ot Justioo lu our pay market price. north of Russia, have encouraged Ass'n., courts, Amorltnn often justly complained of military experts here to bellcva that S. L. KING, Mgr. by the public, is duo chiefly to tho' in splto of tho aid of his German o prevalence of perjury on the witness advisors, Lonino and his faction may UKb'VAh WOHK. b brought to terms. stand. The remedy Is tho rigid pros- -' ecutlon of Mich violation of the law, T llttbblLs and Turkeys Wanted. !)f, Fred S. Heed, of Louisville, t False sv wiring ls tho most vital of W. B. Ellis & nro will pay the crimes against tho administration of now Uiented In liank Mitllilln;;, Mc- prices for Rnbblti fWi nil l.lmK of highest market ) ' 1'ie courts bv4 tba Kj., rmtdy ' ill Mtl'lR of lit i' ,u ft . ,,h InCtr'ricaee. uiw',"i W 1 vib'iw it is'diffiiiuit to Mtiu (t ooairlcyii tjMlte .uuvki? .kU.MMid Chariti Notice for nervier dvertlnifntNi-irrlinr- . llu. tnony In ndvnme. j J bled at army hcadauartcrs for the Ire, but othr ' tslspho: These Bigiil-Up-to-The-Min- ute Garments mod-sessi- un-.ab- le are on our racks, and every customer who secures one of these brand new cloaks can consider themselves lucky. Don't let another day pass without making your selection. Delays will be dangerous and expensive the latter part of the season. Prices range. $1 2.50. $1 5.00, $1 7.50, $20.00, I $22.50, $25.Q0 i F P RARNFS Mr RUn 3G Report of the Condition of 'I ' Beaver Dam, Ky. L HIGH RECORD AMHRICA.V 3C 'with a total of Ila is the next must valuable crop FARM CROPS PHOPl.i: HAD MUCH to onsr.itvi: thanksgiving FOR. at tax-pav- 1 B" Ir i of k o-- r-- lU-nt- tf'i'l Washington, Nov 2S Thaukhgiv-in- g Day finds America's horn of plend fullness. ty with now American farmers produced a gross total of $21,000,000,000 worth of farm products, equaling In value tho in one nation's total expenditure year of war. That great total, being tho value of all crops, animals and animal progreater ducts, was ?G, 500,000,000 than l.ii)t year's and more than the combined value of any two previous years. There were record crops of corn, oats, rye, white and sweet potatoes, tobacco and beans. The principal farm crops will reach more than $12,000,000,000 in value, minor crops $J,.riOO,000,000 and animals and a n i mil I products, including butter, cheese and eggs, about This year's values uru based on preliminary production estimates am? prices paid to producers November 1, as reported by tho De partment of Agriculture. An official estimate of tho principal farm crop values will be mudo by the Bureau of Crop Kstlmatcb on December 11. Com, tho country's greatest crop, d of the accounts for about Inci eased total farm products valuo of this year. It Is estimated at about $4,G59,000,000, compared with last year, $1,723,000,-00- 0 in 115 and $1,577,000,000 the average for tho five years, 1910-In point of quantity com this year saw its largest production, holng bushels moro than tho 1912 record crop, C08,000,00d bushels moro than last year and 459.000,00 five-yebushels more than the 1910-average. Cotton Crop. Next in point of value comes cotton with a crop valued at about accounting for moro of tho year's total than one-ten-th valuo increase Of that amount ls ostlmated for lint and $336,000,000 for seed. Cotton lint Inst year was valued at $1,080,000,- 000 aud seed at $278,000,000, whllo 1910-H- , average valu the flvo-ye- r, seed,' was: $715,000,000; Lint, Production tNs year $128,000,000. is about 000,000 bales larger than last yoar and 2.840,000 baUa small-- . than tlio 1910 14 five-yehigh-recorone-thirH H ar ar $ l.::ao,000.000, compared with $1,102 000.000 hist year and $l.(l5ii,00O,0UO In 1915. Wheat, the fourth crop in point of value, ls worth moro than a billion dollars for the second time In American farming history. Its value is ' ust i mat,ed at $1,320,000,000, compared with 51, 025,705. 000 last year, $94::, 303, 000 in 1915 and $029,939,-00the average value of 1910-1- 4 crops. No other crop has reached the billion dollar total, although Oats conies wiihiu $25,000,000 of that figure, valued at $975,000,000, compared with $C4G,000,000 lat year and average of tlw 1910-1- 4 0. be-!i- J LU Hi: I'AltMUtS BANK Doing business at tho town of Cm tertoun. County of Olilo,.Siatu or Kentucky, at tho tloko of business on 17th day of Nov umber, 1917 RL'SOURCKS. (Loans and Discounts . . . $3G,950.GI Duo from Banks 55.G76.7i 3,101.'7G Cash on hand . . ... . . . Banking Houso, Furniture and Fixtures 2.200.00 Other Real L'state 232.31 Total LIA1HLIT1KS. $9'8.1G1.51 Capital Stock paid in, in 1'otMtOOh. cash $15,000.00 Potatoes passes) tho 4. 008. Of a total of $502,000,-000- , Surplus Fund dollar mark with ns compared with $117,003,000 Undivided Proflth, less ex penses mid tuxot paid 2,071.36 last year. $221,992,000 In 1915 and aver- Deposits subject $213,G51,000, the 1910-1- 4 to check . . . .$57,566.05 age. crops show In- Time Depohits.$ 19,523.50 77.0J0.lt Other Important creased values. Barley, estimated to Total $98,161.51 be vwirth $225,000,000 is moro than doiihlo tho 1910-191- 4 nvcragti value live, with a valuo of $95,000,000, Is Stato of Kentucky) VSet. worth almost Jour times ns mtiih as I County of Ohio ) Its value aveniRo for the 1910-crops, mill both buckwheat, with a We, . II Bean and Alvlu Rowe, value of $20,000,000, and sweet po- President and Crfshler of the above tatoes, with a value of $94,000,000, named Bank, do solemnly swear Hint aro more than double tho 1910-1- 4 the above Htntenient Is truo to tho average. Flaxseed Is valued at host of knowledge and belief and lice ut $J3,000,000,hoth W. II BKAN, President. being loss than hist year in point of ALV1N ROWK. Cashier. valuo because of smaller pioductlon. Subscribed and sworn to liofm Tobacco, a record crop. Is valued at mo this 22 day of November, 1917 My Commission Kxplres Jan. 2Sth, $249,000,000, compared with last year nnd $103,001,000, 1918. FHNA ROWK, averago. tho 1910-- 1 Notary Public. Coned -- Attest. Striking Incieaso in valuo is L O. MORTON, shown by tho beans, onions, Kaffirs W. 11. BKAN, and broom corn crops, all ot which ALV1N ROWK, nioiu than doubled last year's value. Beans are estimated at $120,000,000, Directors. compared with $45,000,000 lust ycur and $27,000,000 In 1915; onions at $19,341,000, compared with $9,SS2,-00- 0 last year and $7,281,000 in 1915; compared kafllrs at $128,000,000, witli $D3,2G9,000 last year and Pay your and save in 1915, and broom corn at compared with 0,549,-00- 0 extra cost. $13,500,000, On December last year and $4,789,000 In 1915. 1, 6 per cent penalty and Tho peach prop Is valued at pears, $13,500,000; upples, 6 per cent interest will be $20S,83G,000; sugar bocts, $54,000,-00cabbage, hops, added to all unpaid $14,000,000; aud cranberries $12,000,000, hnlf-blllloj H $23.-000,0$1G9,-000,01 TAXES! tax $51.-157,0- 0; 0; tax, ad- with additional cost of o I'or plete -- n lfitfiM SaJo or Trade. JVOOBS, Ky. Ono 10 h. p., J. I. Cnso Knglne, also well drilling outfit and on com- il! H. FT I, Hartford, vertising. Sheriff's Office open every nlrlit tiM 10 o'clocK 5. 0. K. ..'i', Short f. t -- . .HHI,,,,, ,a1 Kcown and children from a visit with rela tives tit Fordsvlllc. Mrs. It. T hno returned a Itrv. H (' Truman returned from vlwlt to LoiiIrvIHo tin; first of tho BANDITS B.GGEB BOOTY RECOVERED J l week. .lestrd near the Lagrange street fire station, JToledo, after they madu their way back from near Krle, Midi. New Clothing! 'We have just received some of the Suits and Overcoats for young men styles that are right up to the minute. These materials, trimmings, styles, etc., cannot be surpassed. No young man can afford to go without a suit when yo'u can find in our store a combination of everything that is Get the French model Suit and Overcoat sought by young men everywhere. Complete line of Brown English walker Shoes. . The newest in young men's Hats, in plain or scratch felt. Latest style Caps in plain or fancies. Macinaw Coats in all the late plaids.. e, Ties and Select line of Collars. Young man, when considering your winter togery, think of us. Spend your CASH at home, and remember that it pays.to trade with a house that saves you money. in up-to-da- "smart" things te. . Half-Hos- Manle & Chlnn. the restaurant ' ('APT. DcYVEESE HONORED. men. keep candles, cigars and tobac-'cas well as toothsome' things to j satisfy Wo arc indebted to tho editor, tluit appetite of yours. Give them one trial and you are certain Carlo B Robbing, for a copy of llc- ! Mined, an Illustrated journal Issued. to go back again. 1 ii I bj the 52nd Infantry, U. S, A., at It is a ' Mrs. Nancy Tanner died Saturday V I. Xjriljtlllliu Jl.lliiavi.f .IM ,at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. memorial edition', devoted wholly t3t Af company affairs, and contains many, Mr J Will Taylor, of Heaver Dam. Victoria Martin, near Adaburg. i H lloulu 2. was among our visitors this ter funeral hurvlces by Rev. William cuts of officers and men, among them Kdgo her remains wero buried in the ,nur own Capt. James M. DoWeeao. In week. t's ea-s- to a customer poor roofing ONCE. ISO . . . NOVEMIIKR FRIDAY, . . Pleasant Hill buying ground Sunday. n personal note to the. editor of Tho Seo W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for Republican the editor of "Hut if wo wero to, Ins NEXT order would go some' Prices ' Let Fords illo Planing Mill Comays two words, "Beloved Captain," ,., II. ST. Ij. R. R. TIME TAI1LE. bale ties and poultry wire. wlieioelae. 19t4 pany, Fordsvillu, Ky., furnish you express tho deep affection tho men of No. 113 duo ut Ellmltch S:32 p.m. right. RALV-KOTcomposition rubber the company feel for Capt. DoWeese. And that's one reason it pays to make HA1N-KOT- E 7:30 a.m. No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch Eureka and Swansdown Flour for roofing. The LASTING roor for all This expression of tho high esteem in 3:40 p.m. fto. 112 Lv. Ellmltch our rooting LEADER. per barrel at W. E. ELLIS & buildings. It will pay )ou to place which he is held by the men of his Ar. Irvlngton ... 6:35 p.m. J12.G0 19tl your order with them. BRO'S. cainpany Is very gratifying' to Capt Every roll of RAIN-KOTAve sell is an adveitfre-men- t Lv. Irvlngton ... C:6G p.m. DeWeeso's "home folks," who will p.m. of our good faith and square-dealin- g because Ar. LouIbvIIIo . 7:40 Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Pendleton went County Judge elect, Mack Cook, likewise be pleased to learn ho has Jlo. Ill Lv. Loulsvlllo . 8:3C a.m. it lives up to every claim that is made for it. just been promoted to the rank of Ar. Irvlngton .10:0G a. m. to Louisville Sunday and letumed has moved Into town, and Is occu-lyin- g RAIN-KOT- E contains no paper, wood fibre, sand, the Guenthcr property on Cen- Major. Lt. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. Wednesday. tar.' or anv ollior innlprinl tlint, run warn oraoU p. m. citizens of Hartford ter street. Tho 1:04 Ar. Ellmltch ""-- i "", v..., Report of the Condition of the Mcfcsrs. A. U. Pfister and J. T. are pleased to welcome the Judge and M., II. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. contains the best quality of felt and rot or rust. Wosterfieid, of near Reynolds, wero his family to tho city. BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BANK South Bound, No. 115 saturation. Doing Business at the Town of Ika- 3 05 a. m. hero Saturday on business. Duo at Hartford LIHIe Goldnames, State Home Dam, County of Ohio, .State you to place your order with us for cr Mrs. North Hound, No. 114 Mr. II. P. Taylor returned Satur Domoiifalrator in war bread making, RAIN-KOT- E of Kentucky, at the Close of G.45 p. m. roofinir. Duo at Hartford day from a business trip to tho Na will be at the college "auditorium, BusincsK on 17th Day (Both "Mixed" Trains.) tlonal urui) camp at Ilattiesburg, 'Saturday, Dec. 4, ut two o'clock p. of Nov. 1917. lllss. in., to give demonstrations in bread making. All tho ladies are invited. RESOURCES. Wo are advised that the Westcr-pel- d $323,377.07 Loans and Discounts . .2n tobacco warohouso here will he personal lOvcrdiafts, seemed and Aunt Julia Martin, an aged i: opened to rceelvo tobacco next Mon-IaC38.27 unsecured of tho County Infirmary, Jled (INCORPORATED) Mrs. Stocks, Ilonds and other at that Institution yesterday. Euents, and Social Mar7.150.00 Securities Martin was tho widow of Peter Z FORDSVILLE. KY. Wilson. Mrs. W. W. Lod, of Barretts Fer-ji- tin, deceased, and the old couplo cimo Due fiom Banks 43,870.07 n.. 11U11DU f.nt.i IIIU vlhited her sister, Mrs. H. It. I .IU ,1... . IUUI I. ........ HUM! ,1.. l.tr.luvtll.i Cash on hand 20,050.37 IUU wnioii.i. Wedding, from Monday until yester- -' coinniuniiy several years ago. If Banking House, Furniture Seo Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. day. 1,400.00 and Fixtures Will pay TURKEVH WANTED . ,.. Mr. Lou Askini, of Narrows, was ...Mlr....u It.. Trim .....w..a lino - (ilil Ilia f;l ltn ' I.lllgneSl UUirKUl JllltO f ui.n. $4:10,480.38 ' Total lUI luintjo. ii. .u.u (1miu .... in town Monday. LIAUILITIKS. just eabt of town on tho Beavor Dam j jjust wugU and up. Can handlo 1 pike, to Mr. James McCoy, for 52,- all that you can bring us. Bring your Capital Stock paid in, in to 000. M. Johnuou went Mr. George $ 25,000.00 cash turkeys to us for best prices. Nashvillo Tuesday. :S2,500.00 Surplus Fund Ass'n., American Undivided Piofits, less ex- Tho pastor of tho Knottsvlllo S. L. KING, Mgr. Mr. C. W. Sharp, of Narrows, was church gave a mission at St. John tho .t,U4.7i penM's and taxes paid.. in town Tuesday. I' Baptist's Catholic church, uear SulMr. James Nanco, for ninny ears Deposits subject to clieck....?2031I63.33 phur Springs, last week. foienian of tho mochanlcal departYour flirlstiiiitu K'ft! Why not AM) TIIK MUMIMMS WKKKLY ment of tho Hartford Herald office, Time Deposits. S171 D5D.3-- 375,018.07 20.00 3 our portrait by SclirovUT? Mrs. C. K. Smith returned Wed- has resigned his position with that Unpaid Dividends nesday from Central City,, whero sho paper and has gono to Owensboro, Commercial-Appe- al .$43C,48C38 Total lira. G. W. Ford and children are had gouo to attend tho burial of hor vthoro ho has accepted employment brother-in-laMr. T. Q. Fortuoy. ne Hnotypo operator In tho Mesben-ge- r vlbltlng relatives In Owcnsboro. 1IOTH ONE YEA It FOIt Stato of Kentucky,! office Sct. Don't forgot tho Schroder Studio Everything now, neat and clean at .' Maplo & Chlnn'B Restaurant. uill clot.0 on or boforo December UO. Tho tobacco linn of S. T. Burns & County of Ohio, J We, I. 1'. Bainuid and John II. Toko lulvautago of your first c banco Son hnvo rented the Boun property SCHROETER. on tho Contortown plko to bo used Ranies, President anil Cashier of tho Attorney C. 1. and conic. Commonwealth' as n tobacco recelvlug house, ami above named Bank, do solmonly swear Smith was in IxiuIsyMu on legal busThanksgiving bervlcos wero held will bo roady to begin receiving the that the above statement ia truo to iness Saturday. Ily tieclnl nrraiiKeutcntN, wo uro cnalifed to ftirnisli these two nt tho Uaptlst church horo yestor-da- y, wood ubout December 3rd. Mr. O tho best of our knowlcduo and belief. papers ut Uils loir r;uto for a limited (lino. I. P. DARNARD, President. with tho pastor, Ruv. Walker, T. Burns has beon hero some time Southard, of Little Miss Cora Mao is a larRo and one of tho very best paTlio Commercial-Appea- l contractu JNO. H. HARNKS, Cashier. Simmons, la spondlng tho week with preaching tho Thanksgiving sermon. and has quite a numbor of per publlhlied In tlio South. Casli muht lu nil case accompany Subscribed and swoin to boforo me signed for tho 1917 crop. Mrs. S. O. Kcown. each onler. This rate If applicable to renewals and noiv biibscrib-er- s this 23d day of November, 1017. Mr. and Mrs. Dud Cooper, of Ford 1 ullko. FRANK UARNES, Sugar Is getting scarco and It will Mr. W. S. Colo, of Horso Branck, vllle, spent Sunday in Loulsvlllo withNotary Public son, Iluhor, who la in tho mill- bo only a short tlnio boforo wo will visited hlB eons, Nolsou and Willi. tholr My Commission Expires Jin' hnvo to limit our customorB. Wo tary tervlco at Camp Taylor. . nt Dundco last wook. 'now hnvo plonty of sugar on hand, 18, 1020. SEND YOUIt OKDEK 10 ' Mr. and wo suggest that our stockholders ContctAtUit; MIfs Myrtlo Schneider and . Mr. F. B. Sullonger has sold his a. u. Calvert, both of Conteitown, coma and net theirs while wo have It. 'farm about four miles oa.st of town Cecil Mr. Sullon- - wore married by Hov. W. II, Foreman IJutUr b uafo tlmn sorry. V i to Charllo Wb''-''uoum Ameiiemi Co OpertUa Aan'u.i gor Ml move " Mi family to VIu- - In tho parlor of Hie mlatstar's vjfr-f-- f Manmger. 8. L Ktnic, he-- e a fi w day atjo. coiiu is, lud. J24p& QfrteCL -s- r-v -- rv On the account of the srnrelty of It. M. iRlchcart, an Ohio county liov nl Canm Tnvlnr. lias been made wheat and tho government havInK fixed I lie prices on (lour and mill .SIX 'a KlrHl Lieutenant. MEN AND HOY KNKAO'KI) i feeds ns to not make It profllahlo to I'lllRTV-HKVETHOUSAND Owen Hunter, cashier of the Hank run a small mill, Tim Kills Milling DOLLAK TIIKFT. Tues- Company, will discontlnuo business of Hartford, went to Louisville day and returned Wednesday. after December 1, 1017. W. K. Kills & Ilro., will exchange- Flour, Hran Toledo, O., Nov. 27. Tho polio P. Ilonfrow & Co., at Narrows, am and Shlpstuff for wheat on the same corn load- basis as did tho Kills Milling Co. announced this afternoon tho capture paying $1.2"i a hushel for Klx bandits who held up the v ed on cars at that place. Tho samo grades of flour, namely, of the Huobncr Hrowcry Company book Down. 21 li Kurckn and Swans keeper today and got anny with Mr. Carson dray, of Horse Hranch, (o Detroit, Mich., where h" Mr. T. (. Fortncy, of Central City, $37,000. has koiio The police nlso announced the redied at the Norton Infirmary in Louhas accepted employment. isville Friday night. Mr. Fortncy covery of all the stolen money. In Hectlon Foreman, Leslie Henfrow had an acute attack of pneumonia, addition to the six men, a visited and was rushed to the Louisville 'girl, Wanila Ilrbatls, is under arrest. nml family, of Fordsvlllo, was employed as a telephone Mrs. Joslo Dallcy at Horse Hranch hospital for treatment, but tho dis- She Sunday. ease inlckly proved fatal. His re- girl in the Huobncr brewery ofllce. mains wc.ro returned to Central (Illy, Her brother Is one of the alleged passenger con- where after funeral iicrvices held In bandits nnder arrest. Capt. Jerry Tllford, bookkeeper, Anton Comes. The ductor on the Irvlngton branch of tho the Christian church, conducted by CC years old, baa been with the comI'adu-ca- h Kcv. 11. C. Ford, they were Interred i Tcxns railway, made a trip to In Fair View Coinclcrv. Mr. Fort- -' pany forty years, and for years has the first of tho week. Jney was a brother-in-lato Common-- ! made dally trips to tho bank with the preceding day's receipts. Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Petty, of New-bur- wealth's Attorney C. K. Smith, havHe was attacked ono block from to their ing married a sister to Mr. Smith's Ind., have returned the brewery office at 1 1 o'clock while Iwlfe. home nftcr spondlnc a week with on his wny to catch a car to take Mrs. Hetty's pnrcnts, Mr. and Mn, money for deposit in the bank. J. II. Miller, neur Dundee. Police pursued tho bandits into WARNING-THMichigan and there made the capThe ladles of tho Methodist church ture. A deputy sheriff and farmer will civo a FUiar In the basement of captured two of tho men In a field the church on Doccmber 6th. Nonear Erie, Mich. Frcn Orudginskl, tions and fancy work will be on 20, of Toledo, O., was wounded. Mile. Has gotten the incrchnndlMi business Frank Newman, 28, of Cleveland, a In such a condition if you do not do Canadian soldier on a furlough, was Tho new warehouse building of tho your Christinas presents buying ear- - witli him. Kncli carried $500 in Union, near ly this jear you may bo left out en- -, gold. Both American are reported to have cont tho depot, Is being hurriedly rushed tirely. fessed, and said the robbery was If.w v.r... ,......, ...... will lie rcillH" I'l mill ..... ii Wo can't get many slaples now: planned six months ago. occupy within a ery short time. but have bought early oursehes, and j Tho brother of Wanda Urbatls is wo are able to show jou an attrac- Joseph Urbatls, 18. The others say 10. S. Moore conducted tive line of presents at beforo-the- -' Hev. tho job was "framed" by Urbatls. Thanksgiving horvicos at the Heaver war pric.s. on most, and not but ' Urcwery officials now say tho cur- 11am Methodist church yesterday Might raises on any or our stock. rency in tho satchel amounted to morning. A freewill offering was We have a full line of everything in $2,400, and that tho balance was In taken for the Armenian sufferers. the Jewolry and Optical business. checks. The girl denies complicity Also Eastman Kodaks. It will not in the robbery. Ttev. A. D. Litchfield lujs just clos- cost you. ono cent to come In and The othcrn under arrest aro Fred ed a successful meeting at Ml. Her- spend as much time as you please Knapp, 17, Toledo; Floyd Bladzcnski, man church. Much Interest in the lolling over our line, and wo beg you 10; John Simajek, 17, also of Tolemeeting was displayed and a gener- at least.to do that. do. al uplift of the community will re J. II. TAI'PAN, These three and Urbatis were ar- sult. Jeucler ojiiI Optician, N ! w g, I Later half a dozen detectives and a posse of farmers armed with shotguns are reported closing on three of tho bandits in a cornfield near Krlc, Mleh. The three are said to bo De- -. trolt men. Four of tho men under arrest aro said to hnvo linil no part In tho actual commission of the crime. NOTICE! I shall iiit tho photograph business in Ohio county Dec. 12(11 h. Tf jou want photographic work done take advantage, of thin last opportunity and come. All work will be promptly flnisli-c- d. E. O. SCIIItOETKR, Photographer. A IS WAR 1'UIILIC SALE. I will offer for sale on the S. E. (Hud) Uennett farm, 3 miles, west of Hartford on the Llvermorc Itoad on Monday, December 10, 1917, tho following described property: Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Implements, Cultivators, Reapers, Mowers and other Items too numerous to mention. Also 2 good mules, G and 7 years past, bettor than 1G hands high, 2 good horses and other stock, hay and corn. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 9 o'clock a. in., prompt. 1IARLIN TICIIENOR. 22t2 I Hartford, Ky. o, : I nid i t t note Roofiasi ! irtfora Republican. ! The LASTING Roof for All Buildings sll ( He-Min- ! K E ... t t t t t -- It mH j ltwillpav : t t ...... mm t to y. FordsySlle 'Planingj ! Company I Jake Manager IVIill ; y, J 1 ..-- I - Cash Bargain Offer The Hartford Republican t 1 1 : ! : i! 'pT'JtT vplju3 1 if t i t ' - ni'" THE HARTmsD REPUBLIC AN. .ft .mim i', 'in vw gf truti a m i'ii I In tll",lT west, whore practically nil the liny Is PLAN CKJANTIC KVKTHM TO NLIMINATIJ MIDRLKMAN stacked In the open, a very Inrgo per, cent of It Is spoiled and licromcj Now York, Nov. 2f. Methods If baled In tho fall and worthless. rT early winter after the rush of other werp outlined nt a mooting hero til Attorney Law day of tho delegates of tlio Consuni foiitilnlii fat from tlio offal la not carefully farm work Is over, and when tho Sheep Whipped y Uarjjo l Societies of thoj IIAUTKUUD. Ki. If kept clean nil fat Is vtllliln. hay Is dry, It can bo better preserv- cr's , saved. Itnngot. I od and more easily shipped to local- - Kasterit States for organization of n Will prnellcu his profusion lu Jit or n That wlilcli l soiled should ho Ily tlio tmo Washington. itlcs where there may be a short- - gigantic system to eliminate the mid-- , tand adjoining eoiintl Comuircia" hnrge capalilo of carry- - nl for hemic soap making. Check ami ago. dlouian, lower tho price and simplify , .nd Criminal Pinctle a Sp:Ialtj head meal of lioevca should not he ing 2,700 ahcop at n lime, lilthortu !tho distribution of food by bringing . )a spliMi.ll.l meal for miner) umiBCd range for approximately 75,- - wasted. It tlio consumer and distributor into ill- Don't limn Straw. Jind second LLOfAMEKCAMI 000 sheep nt tlio head of Lake Che- - meat or hash meat. First Don't bum any straw stacks, iirgo root relationship, Jan, In tlio Chelan National Forest, stomachs mako vatuahlo odlblo meal the department specialism. Approximately one thousand Hrpe In Washington, has been mado nvalla-- l (tripe) and aro not hard to clean, daily should oat straw bo saved, it jcratlvo stores throughout tho United1 cllr wticre RoeJ hotrtt lound, Ihc I'owbuun hsiCo tho y can ho worked up Into sausages tile for use. This, ncordlng to Ml. Is paid. ont straw (States will bo federated with central j Ky. It It (Wit In tb ticitta of III ing experts of tlio Forest Service, 'and Head ciicosc. livery lanncr can makes nu excellent roughage for lofllrers nnd tlio members of the trade couniijnun. example of the way In which nffnnl a bono grinder to utilize tlio stock. Any straw Is worth preserv - 'unions will bo asked to glvo their co- Is an Hifjliway hogs. Non-cd- l ....... i .. now range on the National Forests Is hones for poultry and ...i ii !., i.. i um wnuru ,i. i uiiiiv. i..u .i.... ituh nn...ii.... .....i., ,i... ....... ,....,...,.. 1)10 ortal Hhould ho cooked for feodi'"B "' icumu-i Dcsifjn. being opened up In an effort to In'" "hort or ln territories udja- - These steps will bo tho first to make ThU i a liet-11- 'r fnr iioa mui nnnllrir crease the country's meat supply, - tlio system effective. I'rof. Kdwiird l cent to sections where there Is likel.rtko Chelan, which, officers of tlio tor practice tliati feeding it raw. of the University of I'enn-savin- g Meats cured on tho farm do not ly to he a shortage of forage. Tho .i snv. is one of the moat nr(rn 'sylvanla, declared. He added that of straw In euro of Ihe pack i,n,.tf..i imillennf water In the west.; have tho uniform "econom-tilizeis too section, both for food and for for- (the plan Is nothing short of is C2 miles long. Whllo the lieiul ors' me.it. Much of the bacon cannot be urged too strong-- . Ic revolution in the United States" s.iltv to eat. Tills Is lamely the fault The PoMiulan ir! i .1. tx of the lnko Is acccsslblo only by boat Tho labor unions will be made the specialists declare A tflfi.1. rr tlouvr. nml narrow mountain trails, the low of the farmer in not giving careful' location m organization which will centers of the Avfnw, ll!i irvl ! M . t. er end Is convenient to a railroad and attention to details Country cured , .. ii.nr be extended to mutual and ItKAVIJK DASI, KY. ni i'n n nri. Vtailulf. tl nVct It n of nw.nii: run no nincin nniiorin.nnii oi a nlso to the bunchgrass ranges e ttl lot l K cju''.., tcuiiit quality not attained by. "Xowr that ,he country'8 bumpyr tive organizations and later Into ictiooli anit lAttirs, cumcutiuns, eastern Washington upon which tho flavor and , potato crop is flowing into market! j operative- banks and credit unions, it tollfiirt. Ofllca Jiunex Taylor's IJvcry Ham. Hacking housos shoop men of that region have for 1 Thr PoMlotin attracts the wise .was asserted. This s)stem is expected stream the a" rroplc of cultuic atij clucallon. learn to waste less is more Im-I- '" To many years wintered largo numbers Ii nrnxtmity to tatf, War and consumobousowife will take advantage of this not only to reduce tho cost of food. Ni UcmtmcnH, alto to man? of sheep. Thoy lacked summer rango, .portant than to learn to cheap sourco of starchy food nnd will clothing and other necessities, but ul- c( Imtptiral lntrrct, )ioinu however. The summer range at the tnaVrt tlu Iniltl riprtiilljr at give tne tuners a very imporinnt place innately to procuro pensions ior ag Knrly Sleep Most Itoncflcfal. tracti.r to a iliictiminiiing pub Chelan, It Is explained, head of Iike nnu pro- lie. Country people have many advan- on tlio dinner tnlile, say liomc eco icd, subsidies for ntotnoriioou .ML". is particularly good but is eut off The otfr tcom . nomlcs specialists of the United vido life, health and occupational in with dctachej bath at SI. 50. ranches by a long tages over tho city dwellers but some states Department of Agriculture. from the nearest surnnco at cost, speakers at tho meet-n JJ.39 and up Hoomi vrith ones. blth. J2.J0. 53.C0 anj up. stretch of exceedingly rough country timesla overlook the commonest rljtll:? It is well known that potatoes arojlng declared, . uo .il..A.. Write for tootl.--t w.h map, " can nui. i. mucn rino - tlin fnnt flint til. P.irlr " a nutritious and healthful food, of over Wllicn Slicep ', tftttiiH1. aiHl rir James W. Sulllvan.a representative ii ftutcrMi, on the farm necessitates going to bed I CLlFrOHD Jt ISWIS. without severe losses. which one may eat freely without of the American Federation of Labor, .. . I.ji i r - v,.- experiments ....v. OHlcers of the Forest Service sug- - early, and tho latest PAS3INC2 NXFCrcriCCn. inv Oulu rr tn auii". 'i ill effects. As a matter of fact, say announced at the meeting that tho la- I look on )mril'ibl the early hours of tho l?t iTillto . . I ....... (liAlin at . 1,..aa .vnirn II tn t lull n IKIKlltWiil ..i i. ll. urnirii Liii; kuiiiiii Minn nf imnrA tn i tirovc that - it... ... z imlwi DOO-ttO- a ..IIIIC" llUlliW a..... llt'Llillinin lUL't llllVIll ni,nnliill.iii I'l'I UI (KtVUIilllUli tllil'l U ill ll rt tttl ft A..t..t Qotronth Ctroot, & d! it. by a small steamer, which 2ED2IJZ: bo towed MirJCJTOIM. O. C. itlvo of tin' something more which can bo sab health-givin- g sleep. It is claimed would make it possible to transport s j lu me i.uian,, nil uu nuuiui vvu Norodny Hank of Moscow, who Is here XptVj s -; to the head of tho lake. that the first nnrtor nf u the sheep ivi, Rf) .. citmtilldtt tt tlmm liiillia In aunrilv tin. lm vlni- - aimiillOQ for n , sleep possesses more rest tnau all """' The suggestion was carried out with body wltli alkaline salts wnicn u elety tir tne- Kusstau people, iieciaTHE the aid of tho railroad, and 37,000 the other hours of the night. Knt more 'od such a system Is In force in Uu. s rest ueiore miuiiigiu is worm needs for normal health. sheep wore put on this practically Hour SEWINC potatoes, for breakfast, lunch, dinner sia . -"ours nuer ami r.ariy io neu ami lor supper, therefore, while they are new range the first season. Not on-;- :: MACttiNS ly was tno National l'orest land util- early to rise makes one health. abundant, say tho specialists, to the OF 0 WILL YOU F, restor;. There aro four and QUALITY., ized, but tho route up the lake of- veal thy and wise," are proverbs advantage of both your health and 'in this country that made sales last TAKE sulting from the experience of huadfers a satisfactory way to a large 'your pockctbook. tea- - of $87. 000, H I from nickels an-- l Columbia manity in the matter of the compar-aiiv- o in British joining area value of early and late rest. iJlIl'O. which, though inaccessible from the NOT Many (Jraln AVceviN. sido may now be reached SOLD Canadian Anticipating an unusual prevalence k Ttealrce.nl Poultry ISiillotiu Ivucd. UN,DER Riafl from this side. rl Vat i lvaXS(Ku??Ss of the more common grain weevils in ANY A "Directory of Breeders of' Pure The plan was so successful that for WEAK' stored grains this winter, the Huron" OTHER the stockmen intend to construct an- Cred Poultry in Kentucky," has Jut ol Entomology of the t'nited Stui M Lbm . 7 LUNGS or NAME. .. f 1... 4l ,, mi.,.. . .r. u, U.G TKn..1in.. 9ui-other and larger barge for use next iiuL-l;ol)artmi,nt of AKrcUure Is omt KT5C'rKTT'yiaV CONSUMPTION riculture. Labor and Statistic. season. As,c cn, cfforU ((J i jtm WARRANT ED FOR ALL TIME. tho title implies, the bulletin contain for tIu,,p osts am, ,Ipt,,. Ifyoupurrh.iMtlioNKV HOMKymj will , Save Jarm Machinery P'roni ISii'.t tho names and addresses of lanclem n)ino mothoiU, of apl,1Icntlon cn , iy, imu iu A Quick (diet for tint lircJ. rundown frrl.wc. invert Die iisstiiuuic pure blooded poultry. lluiii. And of lifinor caucht, tulnii In chril. niclit Inrge scale, to prevent their ilnmape not Imventi ctnlktiH clmlu orn'i.Ura. reA number of highly interesting ar- ag Tho writer has had occasion tlncrs wrjW Inns or connimrllon. It It Je b,IeUop()rts , , mucU ts you oslblat. o6l btlp you it caitt cently to travel throughout mojt of ticks, by different breeders, stating QuaL'ty ar(l , hp uffect .that ,)orsnn i t...1... n m.1 f Hitii tlin t i tn rlii tneir preierence oi tne uiuerciu OHIO MEDICAL GO. 5Lru2m..ao 1VU,UUV " .. 'who aro storing may expect mor ' ConskJctoi may see farm machinery leit in uie hrecdn. is contained la the volume. ( v.cevg than nsua, th)g wlllU.r aveii eoptes may be outaiueti tree upon it is the fleld where it was last ut.eu. in times of peace this is a very poor application to tho above Department j Spr.ilii - ""ly Cerliiiti Heliof. Cheapest Children I Frankfort, Ky. practice ami under present contlt- Timely spraying is the only roll ' 1 WrJL in the end . tlons with tho prevailing scarcity of, moth, nccoriling to from ihe codl mi; A safe, old fashioned Watch the cabbage- for Indications teports from apple orchards in Kan- - fi all kinds of utensils tho neglect of to buy. remedy for worms. expensive equipment is all the moro 0f rot. Now York, and oth- - I sas. Connecticut, ' If you wnntasrwlni; Juachln'-- , write for Stnt)f.tif yrin contmu-oto be deplored. A littlo care and or States to tho Uuroau of Entomol our l.iu st v.ti.'iioiH 'jf foro you imrtliuM!. uk u ill' txrit trttimomal by oil and protection from tho elements The country church, supported ogy of the I'nlted States Department Hailing Co.. Orange, Mass. FHEYS'LRMIFUGEcm . The Ii'sw Home Scv.nz will double the life of these. imple-:- l few families, has been known to n, AK1.icmire, coop(.ratlug with Stat- ctfet you. grow aim prosper unuer mo '""-"- ; mems. c!tV ftlwtri e hand. It Kep i nitonioi,)Bf.stK. Kansas a careful mOI help Irrp tile kttW alft hrpr Atl upturned plow, a mowing ma- - of the community spirit generated l,nvestRaton f is large orchards in- ltd rvr.llhr (pJTJ 25c. toiU tt yof (fmtii chlno, or a disk narrow are a con-- ; turougu an active, earnest coumy (Heated an average loss from tho cod-'In(tnrral ilofr; f if rMir if iVf rin'l wpplr yov, Ked fu ume atd 25c tlnual menaco to live stock, which agent. moth of about SO per cent .if d .ll .rnd you 1m4. in Mjirp may bo injured by coming in conlU rirptly. crop. This high pcrcent- the apple rusty and sharp edge tact with the Afl-cago of injury is attributed to failure E. & S. FREY, tho War, What? y i nupiz b , of carolessly neglected implements. BALTIMORE. MD. timely application of sprays. Tho At tho threshold of tho 17th anni-!o- f your own loss In farm ma- vcrsury or tne international i.i'::jo,: to smaii orcnarus wuore iiu-i-- , Figure POPULAffMECHANICS ' I i 1 chinery and bring it in. Its achievement ftctive spraying was done h.is been j Stock Exposition, V Si JV5A.GAZINB It lias beon a particularly heavy in Connecticut. needs no recounting. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO) Kgg losses. factor of prime importance in con- Heporls from western New York say in of the ITXP Informed MechanicsWorld's Progress1'otl o nnd Invention. Lnclnrcrins. If farmers would realize that the serving and promoting tho me.it pro- no way or avoiding tho codling moth o Father and San nnd All tliu 1'amily. It appeal o egg crop ducing desources of the country. roniT iMiircrroitv. 1 t'1Wlr.'nVItc.----l:'- , anual value of the country's injury lias been found except by sysI tonllclac Ulil ami Younjr- - Men nnl women o iu inuuwtnuiot II if tut, la equal to tho average valuo of In Never lias an industry been more tematic and thorough spinning year o linroc throitrfliout tho worltL Our IVrrltfn (hirrlinUt9tiuiiruroti.laiitly vu tlio wfttclt OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO approximately in need of .stimulation than at till;; after year. annual wheat crop (or Ihluci Heir wl lotorwillnu ituil li U and that nearly S psr moment and tho "International" diJfOOO.000,000 Written So You Can Understand It rbtt Shop NoIm DlMrtmnt (.U rii.twl contain. nnu I'v; m.j lur ia cent of tho eggs marketed are lost rectory is redoubling its efforts iu It is necessary to select the propItwtlral lliiitj, ror huop n om tlio Homo. f'lKClJlT COUItT. guaranti:ku hkrvick j nrun. laim.n to .In tiling (17 for tllU ItOI BIm) iliroimli snnilntrn nv breakage, the in that direction, food for your particular tnuiau, Msch.nlck er kind of per cent 1 OlrUflolllioturniikntiilniEi'll"luTtouiAki.irf. I Ono hundred V. Slack, Owensboro. nww yti 1(.e,j mor(, animal foods and circumstances; onj it is also important Judge It. t'uslry undoubtedly would ho ..,.. I1... 1 Iba ami jipgriirli liutuiM. r.nsini.', ikiik tilltl. ... Ill I h.i. .l.n.. l..unliv I f.ui.l .'li.nllllPH w.v. Tdluo. Special work for W. U. K. Siuitlt, Hart- Com'th. Attorney ....'. fur tlm Mucliadle,Oumiier on J Hiortimim liab.d, tays a wiu for niauy years to come. He tfi nritiuiri, nr sprvo only SO -- . , R I.u.ik n more Imsinoss-llKi o.w, SINSLC COPIES. ISc tl.SO PEIt YCAH luni. Ortr trm )MT MMriaal,, tr lr9t frM U aMJl R 'djracrH' Uulletiu of the United tween war iinJ adverse climatic con each klud as will be eaten. S W. F. STEVENS. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Samrxa copy IU b twit an requoot. . . MAGAZINE Ptalos Depavtmciit of Agriculture, ditlons till over tlio world production I R. T. D. 7. Ky. B ' POPULAR IMEiCMANICO CHICAGO Hartford, Master roiiimlvdoiivr Otto C Mar- e No. MUMitnn Avnut, Vtui N'wil it Spring Laxative. The Community Kkk t'lrrte. rormitly has been reduced to the smallebt vol9 Representing Continental H tessaes ,,' imiii i'iiwiW riiKaBagaEgw tin, Hartford. R Improper handling ume iu many years, especially when reprinted. B Dr. King's New Llfo I'llls will re- Trustco Jury Kitud Cal l Keown, Marble & Griuiito Co. murkct, ihe measured by consumptive noeds. wastes of win- the farm and the move tho accumulated Hartford. Kven ir tlio world wont on a peace teP from your Intestines, tho burden 1st Monday In March hulktln declares, Is responsible for 12 days less, basis tomorrow, meat shortage would Lf t),0 tdood. Oct Hint sluggish a U.rgo part of tliJ loss. This '. fi Com'th. and Civil. iW 0 Cm Ut '"- - V.KVJ it It suggested, could bo greatly d confront its population, and the tasK spring lever feeling out or your sy-- 1st Monduy in May 12 days Civil. LW GfJlLi TJ!K recuperating llocks and herds in tern, brighten your eye, clear your 1st Monday in July 12 days frtased if farnurs would moro generally and market their eggrf both hemispheres will bo a work of complexion. Get that vim and snap Com'th. and Civil. VITH through community egg circles. These many j ears. Repletion is a slower or good purllied healthy mood. ur. 3d Monday In September 12 days King's Now Llfo I'llls aro a rrpanizatlons tako care of tho fre- process thau depiction. Civil. - r. riv quent collection and tho proper packWhence tlio beef, pork nnd mutton laxative that aids naturo's pro- 4th Monday In November 12 days c.tjl ..! t ... At all drug- ing and marketing of tho eggs of to feed the teaming multitudes or cess, try them Com'th. and Civil. II KT1A Jtftf, I members, attend to accounting and Huropo and America during tho next glsts, 25c. P81" if-ouQ; COUNTY' COURT. n Fnr? making collections, establish stand- - tlecado aro coming from, is puzzling WM i fi.l (loltle ; Meets first Monday In each month. ards, oncourago tho raising of bettor tho master minds of the Industry, WILL t'AI'TUUK KAIKKU RAHD;.lL1li:i0.HAr!0LU.'i81KDi;.i: Judge John I). Wilson. i5s&ssa KOH SUO.OOO HICWARD The "International" inanagemont breeds of poultry, tho uso or 1m- OVAIiAIf W;3D VllHAVMXO X tete;1X:i?3& IfiJ'mVVAvK. County Att'y. A. I). Kirk. M OX. raOKAJY UFTj,K:,:..1i'D. rroved methods, and tho production dcslros to emphaslzo tho certainty of Lnsisi iA4l!V ,. UStWh i?fA Clerk W. C. Ulankenshlp. Q&5" (.rfjjKjir.TirT'nTxn.'ri.'JMMaiTMv vj high prices for erorything in th: Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 24. of infertile eggs. Iho bulletin tells farmers how to shape of live stock or animal foodi A man who signs himself "Of the Sheriff S. O. Koown. Shults. Superintendent Ozna go about the formation of a comniun- - during tho lire of tho present geucr-- 1 r" has reported to State Treasurer Jailer W. 1'. Mldkiff. to ftieceed S" suggested jatlon of producers. ty egg circlo and prints a tlll Alexander that ho will deliver IFInyon wnt must Lnovr lif von I'rL Assessor C. C. Htnes. with iui Hohcnzollern, alias Kui6cr Wil- for such an To bo properly imprcssod what Iidcw In liutincu and lcdo cor.btructlon and C. S. Moxloy. Surveyor Cuplos of tho bulletin tlioso facta, visit tho 1917 Interna-- j j,(,nl, within ton days, If tho reward f.rganlzatlon. Get out of too ruli ct on the ilrics Una. Rtid Coroner Dr. A. D. Hlley. , may bo had free, as long us tho sup- tional ut Chicago tho first woek of offoreil for the approhenslon of Kais- FISCAL COURT. '.I ply lasts, by application to the Unit- December. To see nnd hear Iw to or Ulll Is hiked to $20,000. AMV.u.r.1.. 'Lklun in HfciiTai't-ii- ' Moots Tuesday nfter first Monday i'reiti-u- , luiw tooUUir ruwnti, tiin.. i... Anvnnn whn thillltS Kaiser Hill Is of Agricul- bo convinced. Department ed States cci.yrUUU.iU'.. tn ALL COUtiTniCS. April and October. No tiller of American noil can af- in (Jormany." declared the signer of In January, ;i.v i'V.r ..'. h'ailmgtiin tuiti I ture. .Magisterial District Ed Shown, tho tnot Intefitlnc and uiofiil mri:1n. and i'l injury wtt often lit iltnt. ford to ignoro Block, cither from a the letter In IiIb uiIbsIvo, "Ib n fool. 1st iir.l !nIflnjiDnl pr:ctice tKiuiu, lb Llikttt money n woiui. ivicr? mrau Hartford, Uouto 7. jrooiuotuiuat I talked to tho Kaiser in Kansas City Slaughtering nt Home Huve.s Money, vlowpolut of profit or patriotism 300 Article 300 Picture CtTMt, gmt VclM BtiUa ritMt C WInson District tl Magisterial not fifteen days nso. It you want VMtlltlNCTON. 0. C. All tho new deu and SlauKhterlnc homo meat on tho onlr centi. In Smith, Select. InVentlont lu electricltr and wlreleu. , ""j'nCTigi eiponse Hhould Savo Hny. udvauco mo $500 farm autoinobllei and aeroplitnci. la ihopwor mil ad Ministerial District W. S. Dean, In faruliuc, and la uaUilDcry. Kigld economy In tho uso of all nionoy." 1. Saves tho farmer money. pat efery Dundco. How to maliathinct at home. urged upon farmer 2. Saves freight on livo animals forago crops is rerrlirerotcri, rxjultrr txoiuti 1 lolly Dillon. lth Magisterial District S. W. month, lucluUin automobile iIiod reualra. etc. fnrnlturr. to market and tho return freight on in Nortuwcotorn States by th Unltoil xfll-- . .tnHAintAlnitf ,1a tir.lf Ana t. i. isiii .fmrni.v.nikinr. itprvaiinr lama. Leach, Reaver Dam, Route 3. IJOliy JltllOIl. UUIIUUlluiiiri iiiiniimin,. Stiitos Dopartinont of Agriculture, linlshed products. It U writteu In plain EnslUli for nm aud bo. Ll, Ful- .... . . . ... ,..!. I.... .vh Tln.llt ,1nl,.- Kll, ArixrUtArlfll. -lllstrlct S. w QOO imiuuou uumumk 15 Centi a Copy JI.CO B year 3. UtllUes Ihhor on tho farm nt Roporti received ly mo uoparimoni S!? uo- or writ dltect to ...BU... Hl vi"" a i lino of the your whon it Is relative- from somo aoctiona of Montana and on.ilr dancor. uick, acspmniiB, ... - Oet It from neinltr rounu R. C, Tichfopuur science aionmir, adjoining Statt Indleato tho need of lied decorum, dug ditches dally, duly- (lth Magisterial District ly unproductive. onor, Contertown. Dolly, dnt'KCij l.r uJ ibt tl'4 NHd I.uhii rating dovotlon. coi.wvntloiioMinyrrf.ps. Secure) etc 4. Permits tho liouwwlfo to '. Y." r' " ny be ,,'' wwuon.uiwonun- - ?ui .niKwivriiu mninti . iv.vu, if von ti Tliounnd of fotr her hit In tatuX production ami tvalnhitf Liu., lMcV'fi illfirnind FoiVsvlll. a itefMit. 1. c." 'eriKtloiu .hmiich fur I'Mllf aiui tnJ... w r' aitiii' ihwh 'lit v dUIt. Kih W.itdkter'31 IUt'Hr--B'- n. 7. XV. wfrtoiily of ti " 1 Taylor, Hartrwrd, Route ...!.. :ut . Ui.U- ' Farm Department jVi Prorossionai Otto C. Martin at swr , j co-o- jaETAVLOlCL Beaver Dam, graz-JThe- Well-preserv- s ...-..- and Drainage i..i-i.iiiii- Chi-yno- I grain-produci- r, DR. I ; j HART VRTRKINARY SURGEON 0. E. l.-- Ir-- co-th- i ever-Increasi- : ... pn-va- l,iC'i ismejiixszj i -- I ( j j 1 1 V" iilr-lif- ..,.-.....,,.- .,.. "n, 10-ce- OUR u u 1 b-- 1 ,,, ,,,,, Mothers use ensiivir & pru-fj-o- ws&pik &? fe-ArH- i - s?iL! .... m FOR ONE MONTH il. tt I vermmra For the m -- i . Mwm tr ' i m y Itc-duc- Pt I f O . ,.'i uvm-i.a..- . -- I A ot non-grip-i- Get on the Firing Line !,ISg 3 r- t. - mkfmA spu Monthly' - iew u 2W" VyOlS 11 PrM ' memin) 5WarlVrvi'i''aiAP by-la- PopukrScience ii in-n- c.y' '- 1 ty '.-M- ro' (t ,i kaiing - "! '' n',"? i -- M WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN f- Number Four j Military Training Necessary for Safety nd Defense. overy Imtllc. We nuked Professor why llils was. Me uM tlmt army was trained ami hlj-hl- y as "Say, Undo Dan," hiiIiI Itlltto, "Jim-aml- c nnd I have Ixtii looking tip nliout wur In the piiryrloiicilln ul school. Wo found that In tliu wur lictueen y mid I'rnnee In 1870-71- , Orinany lus-- t In killed mid ununited 'J8,KXI Mil- HlTM Ullllf I'rilllll' IllSt llllllllt H tlllll'S (Jit-man- ninny, mill s Unit, sho Inst Slo-'iu- ii Spring brings nil kinds of wenth- or and with It conies colds and the re5 roinhod with Jealousy and jiolliles; vival of Winter coughs nnd honrsc-no- j. ,w tf cr.- - .i7jskijsn..ttii3Pns Unit tin- - oWcori wort- - not iiiiuli good, ,md ,,,e l,,rlfl l1 Parr," ahnffled off his mortal coll lit '"J"1 ?" Dr Hell's will ii tlmi'K why France the war 1635 n cuangpu tor a siamp oy the tender ara of 162, years. (e f 1 1" 1r-- w or r. u, momj urttri i J W lmt do you lied oft a new cold or stop the old i ninny nun. think ttii Thn world's longevity champion wa payliiR the difference between tin one, the soothing balsams relieve the in it It, tiule UniiT" 4 U,B thrl" vimta '"' Bore throat and heal the Irritated tisI orn. according w-- ' T YOUTH.' COMPANION 'v , srd th ID" lion.e C.ilcndar. to church record, In U II." mid Uncle Dun. "Vtatmme wiir-HriIn i r j i ' j i jth o i i.sjV riser oi.) 14H.1, and died Jsov. 14, 163S. . "nni is rlulit. lly liieffldeney He mo curem triiih ei n and start sues. Cita bottle y r ' o rho-cPrance of ny lcent "ir; stan.p, which In Decern bor, 1917, I (. n i)i jb r..t il n IkLl: ice i - .to . .1 i Hint wnr, together with two of married at the alleged ape of 1S9, treatment at once. At your druggist, and January, IMS, will lie f4.12,and 1!".VUllb(Q '..'ANIOV i P? .1 t TO- -.r province A lance nnd Lor- - md at 130 years was still able to 1 Tormula on the bottle. - 25e. i. nnd had to puy h billion dol- - work several hoors every day. H thereafter 1 oent for each succeedj i deinmty r money. Krunee today wus sal'l to havo been In perfect Ing month during: the year 1'918. ORRMAX ITiANKS HAfJfiKI); stamp With the flnt nul Inr Itwon ly that md esp- - health when, early In 16.15, tha at- t) ItltlTIHIi AIIIK m! kle 3MifeT.ae: We Knock the Spots Out of Thinga mi he (mi In universal mllltury f- " at-- 1 "' nntoilimitMs) nt- uMiliitHtAtentltt". of tho Karl of Arundel oer'. i," nnd as h testilt, her soldiers tMrln.1 In Ih. r.,.rlIOM. nl,t .nnn.'"" or ls f'VC Loudon, Nov. 24. Six German airl.imw how to tight mid Iiow to containing spice, for 20 war- - planes were brought down in air batKarl invited him to go to . They are liming ni'nt aro t tles on the llrltlsh battle front iu ,,,e, 20 8,tara. nun In l lie wur than the ('.crninim. dim and Parr accepted. In the me-!1917, or France on Friday, and nlno British flHnd during Drcoiubcr. object of general i rnme also put imllllcs out of her wnr tropolls 1918, the cost to tho machine? are missing, according to i ii'p.innieiit, ho that expert authority, curiosity, und hostesses clamored for January, Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Leswill be $4.12 for each stump. tho olllcial communication on aerial t y'l now Mil. iiMinnlinii nl Ilinli f itnrHinu Tltr inilcad of litireuiierutk' stupidity, French Dry Cleaned and Pressed ta e sons explained by Moving Picnn,i 'or $82.40 for tho fuU cortincnte an-by tho oporntlons Issued uriets the nriny. The result 1. Simple old laborer was wined Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big Deon tho 1st day of January, 1923, the War OlIIco. The statoment says: I 'ranee hits one of the hest and most dined and made much of by tho leadpartments Shorthand, BookSend us your Garments and Harn tllk'leut urmleH every a.sseinliled, nnd ers of London Focluty. Dissipation Government will redcom the certifishowed "The enemy's airplanes keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them this shows whut thorough triilului; and prohably'klllod cate at $100, giving the holder a net moro activity In atacklng our bomb" him. Music, Primary Normal. Exj;ihk1 leadership menus In warfare. profit of $17. CO for tho use of his ing and machines. During was While the ngo of Thomas-Parpert teachers. Modern equipThis Mted Frntiee In tills crisis, as CLEANED CLEAN the night a short spell of fine weather fairly well authenticated, the same mo,1(,"- ment. well as the liberties of the world." Position assured. Aliuougu inese investments no noi enabled our machines Packages called for and delivered. to continue "As wnr Is now conducted, there H can not be said of Henry Jenkins, a Write for catalogue. until January 1, 1923, pro- their bombing of tlio enemy's railno place for an untrained tiinii. A Yorkshlie mnn, who died in 1G70, niaturo upon 10 days' way stations. hody of 10.000 well trained soldiers aged, It was reported, 109 years. Sua- - vision Is mado whereby THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Bus. College properly handled could defeat live tilntnn ntun la fillrnntnil In Mm rlntm written uotlco after January 1, 191S, "In the air fighting six hostlo maA. Iva Nail, Prop. times their number of raw recruits nnd of James Howies of Killlngworth. Iec" certificates will bo redeemed by chines were downed. Nino of ours aro Incorporated do It every time with compiirutlvely who died in 1C5C. at tho alleged ago' Postmasters at their cost to the pur- - missing. Two ot these wero seen to HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. OWENSBORO, KY. siunll losa to themselves. 1'ropcr train-III11"3 l cenl a momu "" collide over tho enemy's lines." of 1C2. There Is fairly good proof to cnnM ulotlb will reduce the dentil nnd stamp on tho certificate. s.a gSfcZaj33M&.UhJI. "lititWLSSUfckl.i'm W. cnHtmlty rate of what It oth- substantiate tho claim that Dr. Tll tlirift s,am,s 'lo "ot lear ,n" Germans Strip Antwerp. Mudc. of Herts, England, was 118 erwise would be. nnd right here Is an g stamp tcrcst- - 1,ut tho London, Nov. 24. Dotalls of the unanswerable argument for universal y.nrs old at the time ot his death In X per cont, compoundejl quar- - extent to which tho Germans aro hoar military training. ' bo stripping Antwerp of all articles Petro-lYIenIreland has been the home of many tcr,r- The "rtlficates will "Our co eminent has no moral right Relives Piles 1 January 2. 191S, and mature which may bo useful in the prosecuto force her men Into wnr service old people, including Lndy No matter how stubborn the 1 without properly training them for It. Kccleston. who died In 1C91, nged 1923; tion of the war have been obtained Petro-Ment- a will "To du so Is simply murder, hence the 'nder the plan an amount as thru trustworthy sources in Holland caso may boA trial will convinco 143. and who was probably tho eld-- 1 bring relief. cc,,ts can bo in,vcsted 1n by Heuters Agency. Besides comIs now being made as 25 frantic effort that est woman of modern times; Col. to give her soldiers some training security, and as soon mandeering all metal work In the you. For sale by Ohio County She Thomas Wlnslow. who was said to'" Government Drug Co. Price 2nc. they are sent to the front. If we 4 ,lns bccn thns lnvcn,to? n" houses of Antwerp, the Germans, it 14G of hh, at the time re to win this wur. it will take trained have been g certificate of appoars, havo taken all carpets, rug3, und Mrs. Martha .Urcst-boarini'ii to do It. mid It will tal.e traiued death in 17GG. status Government can be secur- - matrcsscs and clothing from houses, County of Kll-- " of Dromoie. i " n to win any other wur that inny , the owners ot which havo left tho Rhine; I'm a has been nnd a piker aie upon us In the future. If we idaro. who died In IS 10 at the ago of ,0''-,Peel right all tho time. Don't lay ofi. Tho stamps and certificates can bo country. Families remaining In Ant- and therefore I resign: one ammunii .ut fight, let us light to win and net . . .. . from work for daya by taking calomei lO. 'obtained from post oiitcos. nanus or werp aro said to have been depriv- tion maker with his bloody shot and when pleasant Liv- - Vct-Lo- x to lose," keep3 yov The late I'rof. Kilo Kotchnikolf "That's the stuff," said lilltle. that,rU8t companies, at most railroad ed of all but the barest necessities shell, knows m'orc about damnation on jour feet, whilo relieving your troub' was authority for the btateniont le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'i many In the way of bed clothing. This Is Continuing, Uncle Dan said: "Our and Hungary havo tho "ons. stor., factories, and than all the imps in hell, give my tako anything else. You can't afford cocrnuient has expended nbout regarded as a further Indication ot Job to(Kaiser William tho author of it. Eliminates poisonst cleanses sysporcentago of contenarlnns. lolhor P",)Uc I1131108-to put up cuntotiineiitfl und ereatest IItlviS tll-- ' m,r0 wcilth of the the Increasing difficulties of tho Ger- tho war; he understands it better a tem and relieves constipation. A natfact which he attributed to tho training stations In order to train the 1)e" mans in finding raw material from million times by far. I hate to leave ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur of their hour milk ultC(l sta,es 1)ack of tllcm' a,ul men called by the selective draft. beneficial action results. It 'l"'.' redeemable ns above stated.thcr.j which to manufacture supplies for the old home, tho spot I lovo so well, in its effect and certain in Vc-La- x lieu these men ure trained the train- dlotr). The claim Is made, and has wil? won't bo long before Liv depreciation in tho German armies and civilian poping stations should bo Immediately been accepted by bomo scientists who J!" no ,,a"eer ot but feol that I'm not up to date in completely displaco calomel m everj home. Children can tako it freely anl tilled with younger men, say those In have Investigated the case.that John!llc of tlle certificates. ulation. the art of running hell." with perfect safety. Every bottlo m their nineteenth year, to receive sir llovln, of Tomesvnr, Hungary, was $1 in bottles. Non Might As Well Go. months of Intensive mllltury train- 172 years old at his death In 1741. Tho Meanest. genuine without tho likeness and sign A Sago's Advice. ing along the lines of the Chamberlain young man was taking his As the Burks: "He's the meanest man turc of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by bo true, Itovln surpassed bill. This will be of Immeasurable It this Never write lovo letters In which leave for tho night, his voice, as ha in town." Individually. It will Thomas I'arr by twenty years. benefit to them Hartford. Kt-h WILLIAMS. j ou call tho girl Ducky, Preclums, passionately "And why?" Smirks: Statistics chow that the average Mood nt tho door, rose lo them more good than any other two Baby Mine, etc. on the still night air. I boss- KiESums, Snookums, Burks: "I told him that years of their whole life; it will make duration of human life has been con"Just onco?" ho pleaded; "Just ed my wlfo and ho went and told If you don't marry tho girl, sho probquick stantly Increasing for several centhem strong, tnanly, ably will suo you for breach of promto seo and quick to act; It will equip turies, nnd Is now higher than at any ono!" her." Everybody's Magazine. ise. If you do marry her, she'll probyoung girl's mother o-Then tho them for u successful life. In short. tlmo sinco tho ngo of Mcthusalch. ably read the letters to you after a calling from her bedroom It will rebuild American manhood and Tho war, of course, has played havoc SATAN IlKSIGNS. Puck. fow years. will also glo the got eminent a body Indow: concerning the of ttulned men to draw from In case with all statistics Used Years "Just ono?" she cried. "No, It rc- on a Tho devil sat by a lake of fire human life, but the nbovo It Is necessary to defend our Hag nml ,t,s cl0S3 pllo of sulphur kegs, his head was A Pretty Color. times. Louisville I0'11'1 1uit0 t,,nt 'ot: mU to pre-wcountry. We must settle this question .'ers on to 12, and so I think you d better bowed upon his breast, his tail beA little girl timidly asked tho drug of universal mllltury training Imme- Herald. be fjoln just tho same." tween his legs, a look of shame, was clork for a packago of pink dye. diately, otherwise these training camps e upon his face, tho sparks dripped "What do you want It for?" re Jiuiy be demolished. The niloptloii of How's This? universal mllltury training will bo nofrom his eyes, he had sent up his sponded tho clerk, "Woolen or cotUpward Wo offer Ono tice to the world that from then oil for nny case ofHundred Dollars resignation to tho throno up In tho ton goods?" FOR FLETCHF.R'S Catarrh that cannot bo 4 wo will bo prepared to defend our- cured by Hall's Medicine. "Neither," sain" tho child. "It's skies. "I'm down and out," tho devHall's Catuirh Medicine has been tnUcn selves promptly und ellkiently, and The doctor said il said, ho said It with a sob, there for ma's stomach. for tho past us out of by catarrh sulTererHbecome known tlilrty-flv- o this will do more to keep as tho years, nnd has nro others that outclass mo and I she'd havo to dyo it' (diet) and sho wur" In the future than any thing else most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Student Aviator Killed. Catarrh Medlrlno acts thru tho mood on we could do." l'ensacola, Kla., Nov. 24. Ono av- want to quit tho Job. Hell Isn't In wants It a pretty color." National Woman's Tonic n expclllne; tho surfaces, "Do you think, brother." said Mrs tho Mucous Dlood and heallnc tho iator was Ulllod and two others nar- It with tho land that lies along tho Monthly. from tlio portions. n " Gruhnm, "that there will ever be mirowly escaped serious Injury during m After you havo taken HnU's Catarrh other war?" InSold Everywhere Medicine for n short tlmo you will see a qualifying (lights boforo an official f r$ no doubt about It." snlil (treat Improvement In your frenoral spection board at the Naval Airplane "I have A I'nclo Dan. "So long ns men ure health. Stnrt taklnK Hall's Cntnrrh MediIff . station hero lato yesterday. at onco nnd selllsh, so long ns nations are ambi- cine testimonials, pet rid of catarrh. Send freo. foi Herman Hose, ot Now York.whllo tious to acquire territory, bo long ns F J. CHKN'RV ii CO.. Toledo, Ohio. piloting his machine at an altitude Bold by all DrifTf'"!"! "o population presses and demands more Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite of two hundred feet lost control of room, so long as thero remains u a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would it ns ho nttompted n landing. The Tho Kvnct Truth. scramble for world trade so long wars Iiave pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most will be. When the time comes that machlno plunged Into l'ensacola nay, "Is his suit all wool?" disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with wo reuch the high plane for which we "Not precisely. It also contain? pinning Hoso beneath It In four font hope and dream, when nil will recog horsehair, Iron fillings, cocoauut butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have quar-brIloso was a first-cla1 of water. Pjeta ra ryj n nize the fatherhood of Uoil anil tno regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but block tin, plpo clay, glue, Jute, iterniastcr In tlio navy and his death brotherhood of man, then, uud then after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just !, uiiiscj Kcataixay spun gluss, shellac and (was reported to Washington, only, will wars cease. When that day rope ends, seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were two occu-woSucceed when everything else foils. i However, there is sonu i Anothor nirplanp with no locks, banks some cotton. " comes doors will need no good at all for my trouble. I heard In nervou? prostration and female J pants plunged from an altitude of in It also." will need no vaults to protect their wcaisnesse mey are tne supremo 'nearly two thousand feet Into tho Struck Another Match. trensures, but tlmt day la u long way rcmcay, at tnousanus have testified. THEDFORD'S unlnjur-whe- n iwr-t- A widower was deeply grieved bay. Tho occupants wero off. m r?rr? IVIUIMIUI.UIV KM MIVIS Ij. Is to "The only safe nnd sane plun ,? his wlfo passed away, and he.od. STOMACH TROUBLE be able to defend ourselves ut ull had sculptured on her tombstone j it is the best medicine ever cold times. Therefore, every citizen should "My light has gone out." JBAUINO THUGS KIDNAP over n druccisa counter. B Insist that senators and congressmen UNION IKODKK IN AUTO married again, and he Then ho mllltury ishull provide for universal AU wont to Illshop Potter and suggest-- 1 training, so tlmt never uguln shall the Moberly, Mo., Nov. 25. H. G. Tur-t- o his remnrrlage might seem country be cuught so completely un- ed that rjEvery WnnttA bo at varlanco with the Inscription, ner. of St. Louis, organiser for tho ready us this war found us. Forrecommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured our enemy has "Don't you think I had better uava .United Shoo Workors, was kidnapped tunately, In this case, me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best on tho main street of Moberly to been held buck, so we have had a few It taken off the stone?" ho asked. liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or mouths in which to prepare. This "No," auswored tho bishop. I'd night by a crowd of ten or twolvs acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht probably will never conio Just put uudor It: 'I havo struck inon. who, aftor slugging him, husthe jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of d CFft U.JiJ.L.JV.W...L our salvation jstlhcr match.' " and agnln. It Is however tled htm Into an automobile m throwing out waste materials and poisons from the systoday. PfllJ PPUCflMAI uvrMiwc drove out of town. tem. This medicine should be in every household for Dissolved In voter for douches stop "llecuuso she was reudy, Switzerland Police nnd citizens gavo chase and "That follow waB tin Impudent use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inlorn-motio- n. Is uu Island of peace lu n sen of How did ho manage to wheo- - a fow miles south of tlio city came sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh toRecommended by Lydia E. wur. Safety llrst Is good, but safety fraud. upon a car In which wero six men. Pinkham Med. Co. for. ten yrars. morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ulwuys Is belter. In strength there Is dlo money 6ut of you?" A healing wonder for catarrh, "Oh, John, ho told me such u sad, They wero arrested as suspects. fcafety. 'ou never saw n tin can sore throat nnd sore oyes. Economical. ONE CENT A DOSE Tho car beats were covered with (I 73) u bulldog. There pitiful tulo about his poor wlfo who .Jfoil to the tall of nuiwujiii)! aciusn M gttniKUll mrf, i av jvi.. ai. iuiujui. lUmZful row Us n reason." ri iukjisli was u widow with six little children." blood and somo of Turner's papers ., VmaJ. ass- hi VTV9WM IsTlT were found iu the automobile. It Chicago Herald. t 1 cmiiiiiiimli'd. while tin- - rnwh oKli.rs wen" iHiurly trained; nnd that iiiclr war ih'inrtmi-iiwits honey-- , nlily Us Ar Injulitquato. TI1H VTArVHAVIHO Toklo, Wt. 24. Japan seems U ka J'fAN 9UMMA1UM ontorinc a shlnplasUr era. liar g plan provided for stoek (4 small oolna is limdequata to Tkn keo ya4 with th advance in the In tbu last bond at, ef September prion f tammodltlos and an taut of 34, 131T, liu been tormalatad and BO, 30 aid 10 aoa bills I undor anounand by tho Treasury Departand may !) issuod toward ment and rocs Into oparatiou en the and ! Iho yoar, Tho presant Monday, Dacomber 3. high priaa of tllror has loin p tod tomaThn plan nuts it easily la reaen af to melt tha coins nnd so tranaform every Amnrlcan cltlien to save monthem Into tho morn valuahla form of ey and at tha tamo time aid the Govbullion. Tula is forhlddon by law; ernment by supplying It with tho hut a gond example, If any worn nocd-c- rlnuws of war. Stamps, which aro tho Govern was given by tho Yokohama Spe cie Hank which, upon tho declaration ment's certlflcntcj of Indebtedness, of tho gold ban by tho Unllod States, nm to bo sold In two denominations thrift stamps, which cost 2fi cents threw nil Its American gold dollars stamps, which Into tho molting pot to allay tho ner- - "each, and voiih fnars of the Japaneso dentlstu cost from $1.12 to $1 23 each accord Ing to the month In which they un ant! jewelers. purchased. "r''L ""- biuihw mv .MAW I'AMOt'M CFYrVItY Old), Oil MUltll, 1'KOIHiK ',"rci"l,er '" g,vt" n u,nu cam wu" Whon 10 splices for IK stamps. .....i.ni.i' thrift stanipH havo been purclinwd r i ...... i... i.- war-aavind, war-snvl; thooffht that Turner had been transferred to another ear. The police bcllove his assailants aro strlkobreakers who ama bore (.urine a roaont strike of shoe workers. WOOl.D APPLY UA'HKnAIiL UUMCI TO MATKIMONY No Combination " 1 .of ReadingiVfJMii'flPlaH it'll - '' (am and All For t 2-i- like It o "" iu - San Francisco, Nov. 24. Superior Court Judge Morgan threatens to apply baseball rules to matrimony "Strlko threo, y'ro out!" Ho says ha believes In matrimony as an Institution, but not ns a habit, and announced from tho bench that ho would prepare a bill for Introduction in the next Legislature limiting the times u divorced person may marry In California. Ills Idea Is that three fail ures to connect safely with Cupid's curves should ho the limit. Issucsof tin ATHP.vrnrnrs frntrjAMrnxivv Jr U . 11 The YoiitVs Companion S2 tSSUU The favorite family weekly of America. 11 HheBestTwol j rntA y njn JoraAiU!c'U7uvt.TCuywCmi .. 1X7 and 12, Issues of LJk III! -- ffjl- ... -- y.... IW Orcat sen is or Giuups in 1917. unii 2a) SSort S:or. c ousani! Article nncl SuRfTcs.ioni, tliousand bpecl.-- l 1'ajcs !o. ali ascs. i ti tVJnS'xOS 12 I33UES Afill f-- !b zwaA iiixtJi. &ZS2?ESg3gJk W?-- 7S .v. 'It I? a 5 IW9 waftMra Yavsjsss5iierja . SI Waai5' Press E IVCAtiX MARA71NR M& m ?!onmni. f a JJHE55 . fAlTIWt Ismiu of ht ' war-savin- s; T Jpj??s.r4'snJ JpW.Ua,":sr -li-'i- i . c- I &A.n nvsdV a j c cutxajii Tver isuniS sri. limes ard 15:. D.i .. X Hiltcni f "' !r s tne 1? rnwithly i. k -i -- Peut . f j i lit . vcra . war-savln- ir ; tlii'in-elvt"- , "" mmr L War-Savi- Lon--tlflo- te -- ....... - 1" ," "e IK Oil pur-(hau- i 11 Ladies' and Men's Garments J M r low-flyi- , ); one-thir- d "ar-savin- jj, USELIHER-LA- - dat-famo- us ta '"'ar' he-i"- re """ For Lazy Liver and Troubles o Constipation. Unlt-Korlt- o. I ! . ' O a j ay self-relian- t, av-ora- 40 ar Oliildren Ory CASTO Rl A Pol-co- ills-eas- g Ito S ' STOMAQ1 TROUBJLE fl-- ss o, fjjwtre vn iitiiw Woman oi HH A J"J.l Umi0iU"iJJUr&iIYI'14il nal .. II .. ,, -- . w"g i ,iiia,:g-'Me- ' Sustained and lpJT A In Russia, forfeited band. tent allies are which provldou that the packasit con- -' and ht coursn of action whoa Anal- was given to atnsud tho response) taliiliu; iiiloKirftUng liquors shipped BREAK WITH Thn casas on docket for tho ' Into dry territory shall hoar upou tho d ly sctcelcd will iiudouhtcdly bo In day worn disposed of as follows: contort and the rfsult of a general outsldn thereof tho statement that, Gom'Im. vs. Jon St. Clair, etc., nll,i ALLIES LIKELY ncrvomsnt, tho content in for tho porional uso and continued. , Tlio ronferonee. o( tho consignor, and If tfca carrier f tiotn Ih. vs. Mesa Wilson, bond nt Pnlrograd oufcrenc Th with knowlodgo that tho ntatoment is Russian political Iradora, which, acfalse, dollvors tho whisky, it shall ho Civil casos sal for trial ara an folcording to a London Tlmca dispatch, "' subjected to lino of from $50 to $288. or Is for the purpose of forming a gov- - lows: I , A row days ator tho Institution if- nKrorvrx oonimkmki All cases of the second, third sunt tornment representative of all par ','0 prosecution tho hooka of tho ties, nddod to tho Interest with which fourth days' docket wont continued ress Company, vYhlch It is required nmrlnl Washington, and unolTlclal except Ihe following: y -r- iKf uuviv 1115 uiu ruuuipi ami u" 3 livery of InCoxiratliiR liquors, dlnp-- A NEW GOVERNMENT Washlncton as woll, Is watching the ' Com'lli. vs. Kd Wilkcrsoii, sot for I march of dovolopmonts In that chnug-- j Tuesday noarod from lis ofllco at Llvcrmnre Cum'tli. th Paul farter. Judgment Ing capital. and the commmy reported Hint Ihov & What really lies hack of the co- $2C.O0. The hooka were Mlghl lie Established In Another had been stolen Com'th. vs. Urnest l.ltsey, on trial nform. It wni too onrly for officials almost inilbipi'iislhli' us evidence In Cm of Country In Oppo-IUo- ii Com'tb. vs. Hex Arbuckle, dhmlss- Commonwealth, hut to Judge It wan significant that helnilf of the 'I'lie RoiN. ii. members of the Koiousky r.uiHactious uf the company were Cnm'ih: vs. It I.. Paris, passed were ti imiiK Hhh'o who uanom-- i so L'l.irhmlv onnosed to the statute CoiU'th. vs. Win. OHh Hejt(ilds, bled nloilK with '.'' Bolshevikl v under which the prosecution was In- Prtr.rad. Tiusday. Nov. 2 stltutod that ii conviction was serur- its. nltliiiiiKli the calling In of some liastied. . ()f oflMally nt the SiikiJuv ionii0rj, nn overthrown realm".! Cuin'Ih. vs. John Wilbur Wilson. ed without the aid of tho records Is iniiiiuiiced Institute, the houdqunilors or the u , rPL.UKKed, may he a. attateglc IKihhhI. V i contained In the express hooks. notsMlkl, that reiirotoulHllret of -- S"4n 3 for lrrrct on the dlplomallts CI5.NTHKTOW.N. Kuslsti Krylcnko, tho Uolshevlkl coin-- 1 0()rp u( iviroKrml. who liac m. i:. riiutru. ua'ai: linvo orosseil to the forn,iy refumnl to indicate any rocou- air. Mutllunv llciitou cuur homu ' ercd Into noo- - j ,1an "lllP RBj n .u Kt. of (e Uf,wly B,,rUiiK olerocnt In Thurwlay night. lie has The ladles of tho Methodist church ....!-- - r.ttt, I.. n.HrMn ttWIl . . power. whllP Hussian dlploijiala and lleiijamlti Harrison for some tun ' "" " will hold their annual BRiar om Miaaes Agnea and Crui l"r in consul In this country openly repu-rituday only Thursilay, Dec. 8, lDK,at inuthorlliew. I it. txiatt of the conference are RiHtndtnR Thanksgiving ai (.r. ( . A the church. Dinner will b served "asninpjion. .pv. o iui , v cre nwatlwi here witn conswcraoie vlllo. from 11 to 1 nnd lunch at all lioara al-Miss Mary Rfiider, of .rn ir . Open until lo'can government ond the entente conc9rn. jdurinn the day. $ wo" w,n determine whether t spent the wwk-en- d " with In r - i mong th men mentioned aa p. m. Ewrybody invlt-- 1 " oVlotk 4 Potshevlkl are actunlly to too . in. caiipd into the conference are Mrs. Alvtn Howe. ed. Mra. Lon Maddox and M - i rl clascd aa enemies and active allies ,,ror MllukofT. lender or the Conalt-o- f . r aermany as soon a official ndvieesl (llMf,11 n.Pfv. m.tnbtr of the So- - TIchenor spent Saturday a 01 i They made mi NARlYtJWS TOUArCO I'OOI ' THK llii-- .. .A kAnntnn,! ui nnnfnHiklKIAI tlAt tVAilll" , rlallst party unaa prominent i military Sunday at McIIenry, the r .1 """" v iro inciini and skill which 'tnc Bulahevlkl ami Gorman ofllcers. ( ttljerB Mrs Kd Nelson. ! We understand about 400,000 Yesterday s news dispatches, sayand Several from here atiii vd pounda cf tobacco Ii.im been pledxed actually church at Central Grove s.iiuniiy il'e Narows pool, and perhaps ae ing German staff officers M)V!niI5l"U TIMUI OHIO in a Our wero In Potronrad actively engaged 4 . ,, v i riucu morn . in no ueiivuiuu hi iiun t'utcrir coi kt in sicssion night and Sunday. Ceull Cnlwrt will Mr. and Mrs wc mitjni. so 4. poInt u tho UblKl, ,icUery nrnuiKc- - aa advisers to I.eiilne, followed by -news cables that Uolshevlkl) soon start housekeeping at his ments are made. We aro advised before. values you Tho Ohio Circuit Court Voiuenod on Main street. German ithat the farmers of that community leaders bad crossed Into the tho Gcr-'r- .t O the court house "Monday mornliiK lines for conferences with Mrs. Clove lluflln nnd children particlaio awake to tho possibilities of the call We wish Judge It. W. spending a few days with his f.iMi were not for term of two weeks tobacco market, and will be In no man military authorities, splendid ularly wholly unexpected to olllcmls here. Slack prusent and presiding, and er. hurry to sell. Mr. Guman K. C. Attorney Commonwealth's Mr. John Carter.of Walton's Creth zmy p-- --i. elected grader for but they shattered the faint hope that has been S tlio Dolsbovlkl might in tho end. af- - Smith and County Attorney A. I), Is moving Into tho property rectnuv that point, and as pooh as sntlsf.ic-otrn carry on the war against Kirk present to look after the occupied by Mr. Harvo Condlt ale can bo mate deliveries will tor all. help ling prosecutions. militarism. Mr. Carl Ashby, who Is workler begin. Instructions by at Hockport, was at homo Saturday After olaborato The developments more than con- -' -- o . firmed tho contention of those who Judge Slack the Grand Jury rotlred night and Sunday. KKSOIil'TIOXH. havo held, from the tlrst, that the to their room to begin their Miss Howena Ilowo wns at homo was fotercd by German gallons. ' from Friday evonlng till Sundnj The Ohio County Medical Society The following named men composo Miss Agnes Duncan and Mr Iko October propaganda seeking to break Russia J met at Heaver Dam, j the grand jury: Amos Slack, I). II. Ashby spent tho week-en- d from the nllies. with Mrs. 20, 1917, and adopted the following: iMuffctt. Nat I.lndley, J. II. Holder- aaii'.dtiawiiresaEa ' Will Withdraw nmlinvdcs. r"'vvv ' - rrv.T3T Chester TIchenor. V Whereas, That during tho past ; ... .wn, I'loyd Ualze. Sam .One. of tho first acts of tho allied . Mr. K. S. Barnes Is very sick at ear tho cost of living has more than governments whon they learn otllelnl- -' Stevens, Jesse W. roster. I'. M. this tlmo with pneumonia doubled, that horso feed nnd auto- ' J. J. Huberts. Jeaso Byera, o- n.obile supplies have very much In- -' ly that the Bolshevik! nro actively- Brown. n a rbI y I'hllo Duncan. Nat I.lndley was Germans undouht1'ciiuc s.u.i:. creased in price, that several of our working with the 1 will bo to withdraw tholr em- - ignated as foreman; Sam 1... Stevens -W county physicians have gone to war. " XihoflXlrl.il W S iiJi . was selected as sheriff, nnd Josso W. On Friday, Deccmbor 21st. I will hassles in l'etrograd. This, of coui-seTliTe'ore Lo it offer for sale to tho highest and best will Includo American Ambassador Fo3ter was chosen rs clerk. fl. ii ,l'OIIM I Ilesolved, That vo urge that our Kolowlng is the perhonnol of. the bidder, nt my homo. ! miles east of patrons' call us in tho day time whero Francis. Whether the diplomatic 11. A. Ward, J.unos Hartford, near Concord church, nil corps would go to one of the adjacent petit Jury: 4 It is possible to do so, in order that to await develop- - Laird. John II. Chapman. P. S. Lash- - ,ny personal property, consisting of a can have our rest at night, so wo! routral countries ran render better service when call-- t ments. or whether It would move to brook. II II. Llndley.W.1. b. Crowiier, household and kitchen furniture Black. K. 11. farming implements, etc., two work some other part of Hussia. where a Warren Taylor, A. I. colt, I ear now government considered roprosen- -' Austin. G. A. Weller, W. J French. lorgee 1 That wo ask our patrons to make their banners at the White Houso or tho Russian nation, ratlier W. B. WIbo. Elijah King. Henry Plr- - jIIB c0t; 8piondld' milch cow Jer-thn- n HUNGER ST8IRE8S and turn them loose as boon as they prompt settlement of their accounts tatlvo of an anarchical faction, might tie, Georgo Johnson, S. S. Acton, J. seyt 1 ungon, 1 spring wagon, two as supply people aro demanding cash to the danger point. hunger II. Stewart. J. N. Oldham, Andy i,UK(;on. 2 sots of single nnd 1 set or bo set up, has not been determined At woman's party headquarters P for their goods. FEAST MAY C. C. Dennis. 'double buggy harness. 1 set of work following sched- - This will be decided b the develop-'CrowThat wo adopt the was said tonight no further demon-- ! B. T. Morris vs. Dr. Oscar Allen, imoss; 2 saddles. Will also offer Russia. Ambassador Fran- ments in strations at the White Houbo will he ule of prices: for jmlo Brewster piano. Will also opinion, any case. $2.00. els has a largo measure of discretion lontluucd. Written staged until after President Wilson B F. Graves vs. S. J. Ilussey. con- - holl 8CVnral hundred bushels of corn, diplomatic MILITANTS TWKNTV-TVdelivers bis annual addiess to Con-- ! Dislocation of elbow, hip. shoulder, to net with others of the 14 tons of hay, hundred or more bush- KHOM WASHING$10.00 to ?fi0.00. Fracture Finger corps In Petrograil. and much of his tinned. gross next week. All the cases of the first day's dock- - 0ja nf C0R. Terms made known on TON .JAIL. course v. Ill have to bo determined The militants hope tho President or toe, 55.00 up. Fracture clavicle, except tho follow- - llav 0f sale. Fracture arm or leg, without frequent consultation vrlth'et were continued for $10.00 up. will Includo a recommendation F. II. SULLENGER, Washington. Ib: federal suffrage amendment in the 520.00 up. Fracture Femur, $."0.00 Hartford, Route 1. Today tho State Department had no! Com'th. vs. Tom Crahan, state- - 4jh up. Amputation of Finger or Washlugton. Nov. 27. Twenty-iw- o message. md Atty. bmilli ami -- . toe, $10.00 up. Amputation of arm, now advices whatcver.but wns expect ment filed by Com th. hunger striking militants of the flnlo nt n Real Bargain. docket. $50.00 up. Amputation of leg, $7r lug some on which judgments might stricken from tho Woman's party wero turned out of POPULAIt TKACHUK KKSIGNS. Toung mare, nearly new rubber Com'th. vs. Chniley Hoover, same y bo formed as to tho courso the gov-- l tho District of Columbia jail Miss Edith Duke, teacher of tho and up. Amputation thigh $100 00 tire, open top buggy, 'fine set of har-npursue. Meanwhile thn order. with tho explanation that tholr sen- fifth and sixth grades of the public md up. Removing Tonsils and ade- eminent will Nice outfit for a and saddle In the caso of Com'th. vs Ike seven bcbools, received notlco last Satur- noids, $25.00 up. Uomovlng ade I'nited States Is receiving tho bono- tences of from liftcen days to A. D. KIRK. en- -, Frank.ctc. , demurrer to response on young man. c day that sho had been appointed to a noids, $10.00 up.HemorrhoIds $10.00 fit of whatever Information tho mouths had been commuted to nd up. Electric Treatment $1.00 responsible position in the Insuranco at once. No ofiicial statement as to cause Department of tho government, and Consultation. $5.00 and up. Anes thetics, $5.00 and up. Visits, day was to be had. hut tho women wero will leave Saturday of this week. ,. n ,'ictla .ilrrlii 1,1 Inivn 111 .ana, .11(31.., ... tut..., While Miss Duke has only been :.. IU.,11, 4 Jubilant In tho belief they had succeeded In demonstrating that the Jail hero a short time, bbo has endeared ?2.00. Visits, country, 50c per mlle, i was not big enough for them and herself to tho pupils In her room und plus $1.00. Visits, country, night, to all who havo hud tho pleasuro of sumo as day, plus $1.00. All pre- their keepers. and 50c. Examination Nino otbor militants still aro Imknowing her. Tlio schools are los- scrlptlons Examination, prisoned. They have not been hun- ing a good teacher and one whose irescriptlon. $1.00. ger striking and tho authorities wero place it will be hard to fill, but wo arine, $1.00. Vaccination, small pox, not in such a hurry to bo rid of rojolco with Miss Duke In her pro- $1.00. Vaccination, typhoid fever, $5.00 them. There wero intimations to- motion and our best wishes for her $3.00. Insanity certificate. night, howevei, that thoy.too, will bo success go with ser. Hazard Her- Hoalth certificate, $1.00. Post mortem, $15.00 to $50.00. Obstetrics, released ald. Celebrated. Mlbs Duko Is tlio daughter of Mr. normal, (not longer than C hours) Among thobu fiecd wero Miss Alico and Mis. T. D. Duke, of Dukehurst, $15.00. Obstetrics with instruments, Paul, national chairman of the Wo- - aml Jlas ,nany friends in Ohio coun-mnn- $25.00. Mlscarrago, $10.00. Pre- O paity. sentenced five weeks ty w10 Wjj i)0 Kiat t0 learn of her scription for extra members of famiago to seven months imprisonment being appointed to tho icsponslblo ly, 50c. Opening bolls, carbuncles, in office, $1.00. Gonnorrboea, first picketing of tho White government position. for Gonorrhoea, prescription, $5.00. House, aiid Miss Lucy Burn3. subsequent proscription, $1.00. CirLAW DKK1NHD. who began serving a alx LIQl'OU cumcision, with anesthetic, $20.00. months sentence two weeks ago. Both or them and most of tholr companion-ha- d The Couit of Appeals on last Fri- Gynecology, examination and treatbeen forcibly fed from tlmo to day affirmed a Judgment of the Mc- ment, $2.00 and up. Eyo, ear, nose tlmo aud they had harrowing tor-io- s Lean Circuit Court rendered at its and throat treatment, $1.00. List contract practice per month, single to tell ol their treatment. July term, whereby tho Southern g to tho Woman'b pir-t- y Company waa fined $200 and men, 75c. List contract practlco.mai-rie- d men, $1.50 per month. Other headquartois was. tho occaUon for costs for delivering whiskey to John Somu of Klngsloy, at Llvormoie, with knowl-oJg- o work for contract practico one-ha- lt and feasting. celebration or tho fact that Klngsloy In- tho above. tho paity had to hu put to bed, but These prices go into effect all over tended to uso the liquor in violation even those who were weakest managed to enjoy tho delicacies brought out or the local option laws, prohibiting tho county Dec. 1st, 1917. Tho following doctors aro members to make thorn rorgot Jail faro aud the sale of intoxicating liquors In feeding tubes. McLean county. Judge Hollun Hurt of tho Ohio County Medical Socioty: "Cat unit Mouso" I'taiiV iwioto tho opinion of tho Appellate Dr. J. S. Smith, McIIenry; Dr. C. It. Speculation as to why Ihe prison- - court und subtaius the trlul court In Bennett, McIIenry; Dr. Willard Lake, Simmons; Dr Juo. McKcuucy, Ueavor eis wore roleabed covers a wido field, uvury particular. believe jutigu TliU Irt among the fliht. If not the Dam; Dr. Pal T. W1I1U, Beaver Dam; Most of the women Mullowuey, police Judge who Hist case Involving the exact que.v Dr J. W. Taylor. Hartfoid; Dr. E. tliotu and commuted tho sen- lions, thut bus been affirmed by the B. Pendleton, Hartfoid: Dr. J. L. tences, received orders from "hlghor Appellate Couit. There have been Smith, Contertown; Dr. S. W Crowb, up" ami that tho admlnlKtiatlon bati liequout uppoalb of cases Involving Contertown; Dr. Oscar Alien, Cromdirected thut tho policy of bending tho questions but thoy all resulted well; Dr Henry Smith, Cromwell; In in the Appellate Court's loveiblng Dr K. P. lingers, Fordsvllle; Dr. M. them lo Jail t;o atandoned Matthews, Fordsvllle; Dr. I. L. Dentho trlul court. quiii terb, however, it Is home The probecutlen was inutitutcd by ton, Fordsvllle; Dr. J. A Duff, Dunthat tho authorities may he playing tho English "cat and mouse" Couiouwealtli Attorney 0. E. Hinltli, dee; Dr. J. D. Stowait, Dundee; Dr. W. 1 1. Barrett. Deuulield. Advertise In March, 1!17, In tho form of a pengame, Intending to lock up the 'A r often as the appear with al auliur. umiur tho act of 19 It, meat. a.i see-onI for-faile- """"" - """ " rii $j You m v& and Coat &uats !i i c oais ' J V I for-jm- er cubl-Inel- H o latest fail styles. vili want a Suit or Coat rem our templing array cf the at L,, t Each s nit is correct in every detail in accordance with the most recent mandate of the country's $ '" " -- non !. T in -- ( , best style authorities. are wun degree 1 serviceability, insures superior fitting qualities. selections were made that painstaking manner than ever better your attention to o Suits at to the o style care , ""--.ciiv- .... most otter . " 's ) i a-- Wes-terlla- ld o o o o $g teig penil-I'russiu- t A o o o new line of Coats and Coat Salts just received jj" ", '- Intestl-Uolahcvl- kl K, K rtrrnjj ix i Aiim '' a A n FQ pm dos-cdl- , .00055kJ0,0 o HARTFORD, KY. two-year-o- nm e. O to-da- ex-ph- 1 , J T Home-tViinln- K 'h n, Ex-pte- ss FOR ALL SORTS OP Homo-comin- ..PRINTING. "' I Fr es T JOB OFFICE 9 4 t heu-tone- Promptness, Quality and Workmanship for a Reasonable Amount of Money Our Aim sug-3esl- ' mll-Itau- U r r ? atJUj J ""