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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS tjwMkmt Subscription $1 per Yea No. 23 ANOTHER LIST OF DRAFT MEN DISTRICT BOARD CERTIFIES AD D1TIONAL RLIGIBLEH 1'OR ARMV DRAFT SERVICE. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1917. CAITA1N DoWHKSH IMlOMOTUJt. The Ohio county friends of Capwill bo tain James M. UoWooso pleased to learn that ho has been promoted to the rank of Major, and Irausforrod lo Gamp Taylor, at IKHllN Ht'KSl'AN SLAIN T NO SUSTENANCE IN THAT By BOLSHEVIK! a Z,V a h mrVm Lou-Isvlll- o. t t P. GENEHAli LYNCHED BY ("apt. DoWeeso organized a com!' THOHi: IN pany of stale guards hero In 1900, AUTHORITY. and commanded the company until tho Slate Guards- were ordered lo tho Mexican border In July, 1910. At that tlmo it was decided for reasKORNILOFF ons satisfactory to tho stato military nulhoritlci that some trilling temporary physical disability of Capt. Dofcrylrnko PriifwtCM lU'gwl at Art Weeso unlltteil him for service. Capt. boforo DoWeeso went lmmcdlatoly (If Mob In (,'oiillrmluK ll the War Department at Washington nnd got his eligibility restored but the stato military authorities still rePotrogrnd, Dec. 4 (via I.unilon, fused to glvo him u command. Thejlny war was duclarcd against per WlroH-rAdmirallly British (Jermauy ('apt. DoWooao offered his 1'ross.) -- An olllclal announcement which signed by Ensign services to the government, was Issued were accepted, and he was assigned Lrylenko, the IlolMltcvikl commund-- r ronllrmlng the killing by to the Ollicers' Tiainlug Corpse at Ft. He entered as j ftirlated members of tho Uolshovl-- i Benjamin Harrison. service (Jen. Dukhouln, I firmer com-- i. a private but after a brier of a Captain,, and - was lomniissloned andoi-in-chlof tbo Russian nrmasMgncd ns an Instructor of offH . who recently was deposed hrcaufac icers, commanding tho Second Ohio Goriium u bin refusal to reqdosl Infantry. ..nii.v officials to outer Into an armisWith tho close of the Camp tice with tlit' Rolshovlkl. 2,400 olllcors were promoted Gun. Dukhonln was killed by beto various ranks, and Gapt. DeWcc3o ing thrown from a train after tbo a Major, standing at the liolbhcvlki forces hail captured head- -' was made head of Ibo entire number promotquarters at Mohllcv. where he lmd d Major DeWecse has been remained after hU deposition. Gen. ed. to Camp Taylor, but has not Russian Kornlloff, alio a former oommander-ln-ohlo- r and who some yet been assigned to his command. I!u will !) anlentd ths latter part tlmn aco itarted an unsuccessful reof this wack. volt aealnt th Korensky Government, (led from Mohllur before the irrlral of the Bolshevik! forces. SDCCTION SUIT. Th text of th communication of Krylenko follow A jury In Circuit court here Wed"Today 1 entered Mohller at the nesday adjudged Otls.Hcynoldi guilrovolutionary troops. head of th ty of seduction under a promise of Th headquarter were surrounded marriage and Bontenced him to not without fighting. yThe last obstacle less than three years nor more than to the causo oT peace ban fallen. three years and a day In tho peniten"1 cannot be sllont on tbo Bad act tiary. The prosecuting witness was of lynch lav practiced upon thu for- Goorgla Sharp, and both parties wero mer highest conunandor-In-cblef.Gefrom tho Pleasant Hldge country. Popular hatred surpass- Tho child was horn in February, Dukhonln. ed tho limits of reason, and in spite 1915, but Immediately before Its of all attempts to savo him bo was I'll til Heynolds loft tho community thrown out of a railroad train at tho and wont west, where ho enlisted in Mohller station and killed. Tho flight tho army. Some time last spring of Gen. Kornlloff tho day bofore the Sheriff Kcown wont to Texas where fall of headquarters was the causo of Heynolds wan stationed and brought the excess. Mm here beforo tho court where he "I cannot allow the banner of the was put under bond for bis appearIt la Tovolutlon to bo stained, and Tbo ance when wanted for trial. necessary strongly to condemn such ono for Its kind. people nro case was an unusual acts. A revolutionary Miss Sharp swore that Heynolds had fearful In a struggle, but they must seduced her under promise of marbo soft after victory." riage, and Heynolds admitted that bo and tbo girl bad been sweethearts AGED WOMAN DIES. and that he had caressed her but denied his guilt of the crime chargMrs. Elizabeth Sbults died at tho ed. Tho unusual feature of the caso homo of her daughter, Mrs. T. h. was that tho defendant did not unLoyd, near Narrows, Friday, and dertake to Impeach tho woman's was hurlod Saturday In tho Mt. Ver- character by charging Improper renal cemotory. Funeral Ken Ices woro lations with other men as is almost conducted by Her. Taylor, or Hosine Invariably done In such cases. years old, Mrs. Sbults was olghty-on- o Tho girl was about twenty years and died of complicated troubles In-- 4 old when tho child, which Is now cldont to age. Mrs. Shults was tho nearly throe yenrs old, was born, and widow or Zobulou Shults, deceased, Heynolds was a few ycaro older. Tho and leaves tho following children: families of both tho parties are Mrs. T. L. Loyd, Mrs. Lawronco Dan- among tho best In tbo community In iel, Mrs. W. N. Hoss, Joo and Hob-e- which they lived, and Heynolds bad Shults, of Narrows: Mrs. E. P. been for some years a school teachMoore, of Hartford, and Dr. Zob er. Thcro was not much evidence Sbults. of I'roacant Hldgo. Mrs. Introduced at tho trial, and ns one Shults, with her husband and family party expressed It, "sho sworo It wa3 camo to Narrows from near Ccralro true and ho sworo It was not true but about thirty years ago. She was an tho baby was thoro to corroberato tho excellent christian lady, a generous woman's testimony." Smith and nolghhor, nnd was well belored In Kirk conducted tho prosecution and lior neighborhood, and hor children Barnes nnd Crowo appeared for tho have tbo hearty sympathy of tho dotenso. Wo did not hear tho argucommunity In tho Ios,s of their devot- ments in tho caso but It is said that Attorney ed mother. Commonwealth's both Smith and Judge Barnes mad strong MRRCIIANT L'NDKK KNIKK. appeals to tho jury. - ESCAPES Juno 30, Congress must raising of about $G,G40,u00,-OD- f' mJitlnnal funds. This flguro, with tho $3,000,000,000 of but unissued Liberty bonds, and 5GG.1,000,000 estimated rccolptti from war savings, make the $9,0G9,-000,0which Mr. McAdoo bollcvcs Americans must loan tho Government liiveen now and Juno 30, 1918. For tho next fiscal year, ending Juno SO, 1919, the Secretary estimated receipts at ?fi, 170,000,000 and disbursements at $1 J,R14,o:M,440,ox-- j This makes clur.lvc of Allied loan a $7,G27,000,000 excow of dlsbursc-'niont- s. If tho present rate of loans to Alllos is continued In the 1918-1- 9 fiscal year, $0,000,000,000 additional would bo required. Estimated Interest on bonds to be Issued that year exIs $3S.r), 000,000, and ostlmated pense of floating tho bond issues 00 next 00 $2S'.-000,00- 0. cd i tranfc-forro- of tha tobacco which would make It at necessary to put 11 on sticks Th price offored wra not up to expectations of the farmers, and theri woro many rejections, and a number of farmers took their tobacco back to their barns. Tho top price for hurley was 535.00 and tbo record for pryor was $27.50, but the farmers thoug'ht the general average too low. Tho American Tobacco Company took most of tho first tjay's offerings. The two houses receiving tobacco in Hartford nro paying prices that, difference In cost of delivery considered, nro about equal to those being paid on the loose leaf floors in Owonsboro. They have each received nearly a hundred thousand pounds, and so far as vo have beard, bavo given tbo farmers entire satisfaction. Tbo world's domnnd for tobacco is undoubtedly large, and if tho farmers believe that tho prices now being offered them aro not adequate, wo bcllove that they will only bavo to bold their tobacco for a little while to force a better price. Tho tobacco pooled with tho AmerAssociation hero ican and tho local pool at Narrows have not yet boon sold. i ISSUE OF MORE BONOS REQUIRED McADOO CONGRESS INFORMS KIVB ItlliMON NECESSARY ABOVU TAXES. ouc. I n. ce FINDS PUKACHF.U IN CHICKF.N LOT rt Kdward Duke, a jouuk merchant df Duudno, was attacked with appendicitis lasl weok, and was oporated on by Drs. Hoover, of Owonsboro, and Dr. j. A. Duff, of Dundee Tho aN fuctcd part wore found advanced In tho disease, and suppuration had already taken placo. Tho physicians wero at tho tlmo of 'tho operation In sorlous doubt of tho patient's recovery, but tho operation was vciy and the young man Is nicely, and will soon bo able to bo at his placo of business again. 'jtOV THE TOBACCO TKADK. The opening of tho tobacco sales In Kentucky this year mot tho highest prices ever paid for that product Tho In tho history of tho State. enormous demand for tobacco for tho great armies In tbo war fields of Europe has sent that product sky- ward. A comparison of prices on ths day at tho Laucustor U)on Leaf Houso In Owonsboro, for tho past three years shows tho remark-nbl- o advance slnco tbo war bogan. Tho opening days average for 1915 was $4.G3; for 19 1G. $11.82. and for 1917, $lfi.l9. Homo fancy tobacco sold In Owonsboro this weok at $35. Tho uverago sales for all tbo houses In Owensbpro Tueulay was $IG.G9. on the Owonsboro Ono handicap market wa3 the Ycry wot condltlou Ajytdow lady of this town was horrified a few days ago to discover a chasing her well known preacher fowls in tbo chicken lot. Of course, as tbo reader will expect. It was a Methodist preacher, slnco their fondTbo ness for chicken Is proverbial. Rovcrond gentleman camo to Hartford only recently, but ho had endeared himself to tbo people, including tho editors of this paper, and tho news of his visit to the widow's chicken pen with apparent felonious Intent was a shocking blow to his nowly mado friends. Perhaps this Joke is a cheap ono, and wo hopo It will not offond tho good minister, but tho joko Is absolutely too rich to withhold from our readers. Tho facta aro that tho minister, who only rocontly came hero.bas a choice strain and ho thought there of chickens, woro no others like them In town, and, when ho saw, as ho thought, so'mo of them In his neighbor's chicken lot, ho very prope'rly proceeded to relloro her of annoyanco by attempting to drivo them homo, but for the polpt of tho Joko tho widow had a number of fowls like his own. - l, ACCIDHNTAUA' KILLED AS HE IS EXAMINING PISTOL HuBiollvlllo. Iy.. Dec. 5. James L. Benson, 21 years old, a clork, accidentally was shot and killed here whllo Benson and his. roommate, Philip Fuqua, woro examining Benson's homo was In St. a pistol. Louis. to-d- v Hi: MISTAKES FOK A DKKIi Kscanaba, Mich.. December Stovcnn, G5 years old, a trapper, of Cook's Mills, was mistaken for a deer Wednesday by John Honoris, n boy. and was shot and killed. The fcody was taken to Mnulstlque, Mich. m ' A body of 100 surgeons has been organized for horvlce In tbo hospital! of Houmanla. 5. Congress Washington, Dec. was Informed by Secretary McAdoo Infills annual report, submitted tomust bo day, that $5,128,203,793 provided In addition to funds from taxes and bonds Issued already authorized In order to make estimated receipts for tho llscal year ending are: Juno 30, 191S, oqual disbursements. i Earl W. Beasley, Simmons. THE FARM AGENT. now Issuo If this- deficit Is met by a Hendorson Murphree, Hartford. of bonds tho total amount of securHarold Holbrook, Hartford. Wo have heard It said there Is some ities to be issued in tho next seven Grayson F. Lashbrook, Hartford. talk of dispensing with tho County months Is estimated at ?9,9G9T433,-S5. year. We do not want Agent next I OLD SOLDIER DIES. that tho Fiscal Court will For tho next fiscal year, ending to bollevoconsider such action. Mr. WillIam S. Colo, a veteran of excess seriously Juno 30, 1919, tho estimated died at" his home at . The labors of tbo County Fn'rm tbo Civil War,yesterday morning and Is of disbursements over receipts useful, are just now Horso Branch always j Agent, $7.C27,973,9S0. Mldklff bo fitly appreciated. Tho will bo buried today at tho Huge war expenses and loans to beginning to to bear only half, burying ground near Sulphur Springs. county Is required America's allies at the. rato of a expense of tbo salary of this Ho was about eighty years old at tho half billion dollars a month bavo of the official, and tho money saved tlmo of his death. Mr. Colo was ono 13 made theso estimates, many times useful The Farm of Ohio county's best citizens, and largor than any over presented In a would be a mere trifle. tho fanners well known to tho older people of Is already sarins Secretary of tbo Treasury's annual Agont many thousands of dol- tho county, having served tho public report. Of tho 512,31G.000,000 esti- of tho county annually by tho Introduction of as a justlco of the peace for his dlsr mated ordinary expenditures for tho lars farming and stock trlct and wns at ono tlmo coroner of year ending next Juno 30, $11,527.-000,00- 0 modern methods of family of raising, and bosldcs is laying tho tho county. Ho raised a Is for war purposes.and tho twolvo children all of whom lived to agricultural proportion Is nbout tho same for tho foundatidns for future grown. Ills first wlfo nnd tho developments that are invaluable. year ending In 1919. fiscal j mother of his children, was a daughUnfortunately not enough of our " Bui den Borne Well. of Horeo have availed themselves ter of "Make" Miller, So far tho nation has homo the farmors Branch, but after her death a few services of the Agent,) financial burdens of the war well, of tho useful nave, iuacu u uibu vears ago Mr. Colo married again says Secretary McAdoo, owing to but thoso wno living. If tho and the second wife Is still healthy business conditions and tho 'agent unnn bis services. was for most of his llfo a did no more than supervise tho j Mr. Colo valuable aid of tho established Fedof tho Baptist euro and prevention of hog cholera devoted momber eral Reserve system. In tho future, typo of citizen, would be worth many times his church, and was that however, Increasingly greater hab- ho of nolghbor nnd friend that a communfarmers in these times biro its of economy must bo developed by 'high to tho prices. His Introduction ity misses when ho Is" gone. May tho pork Individuals and busluess Institutions, I liro soy beans, his encouragement God of Morcy reward his fallhful tho Secretary declares, and "business of the etornnl happiness. building of silos, his instruc- with as usual" cannot bo adopted as tho of the o (ho war. Poo-pl- o tion In seeding clover, his introducguiding principle of .MRS. LUCY TANNER DEAD. tion into tho county of pure bred must save and Invest In GovernMrs. Lucy Tanner, aged 77 years, of tho organization ment securities to avoid postpon- stock and his surviving member of a famboys' com and pig clubs aro sorvlccs, tho last ing victory. would more ily of twelvo chlldron, died Saturday which alone With tho admonition Mr. McAdoo any ono of trifling expenso he at tho home of her son, Mr. T. F. proceeds to clto tho enormous fig- than Justify the county. Tho Coun- Tannor, near Hefitn, of nephritis, and and has been to tho ures of Government receipts knowledgo was burled Sunday at Woodward's expenditures, which aro tho fruit of ty Farm Agent's technical raising aro at Vailoy. of farming und stock wartimes. Sho Is survived by soveral childisposal of tho farmers and inHed-rlc- k, Total estimated receipts for the the any talk of dispensing with dren, ono of whom la Mrs. Kato current fiscal year aro $12,580,732,-80- stead of lndtspenslblo service let us of Hartford, Mr. T. F. Tanvery which, with a balance in the this to tako ad- ner, at whose homo sho died, and Mr. 30, of $1,0GG,-983,36- urge more of our fnrmcrs Treasury last Juno vantage of It. All tho counties that Bert Tanner, who travels. makes a total of $13.G47,-716,10County Farm REGISTRANTS, NOTICE! Most of tho receipts, or adjoin ours have county not tako Agents, nnd lot Ohio $S,68G,000,000, ore from salo of All registrants should furnish their backward In so Important a bonds and war savings certificates: a step local boards with their present admattor. ordinary rocelpts aro $3,886,000,000, dress, If It has been changed from largoly from war taxes, and the Pantho nddrcss given on tho registraMRS. SARAH GOlT DEAD. ama Canal Incomo is $7,000,000, tion card so that questlonalres. which Disbursements 818,77ff,OHi1VS. will bo mailed December 15, 1917, aro estiOrdinary disbursements Mrs. Sarah C. OoiT. wlfo of Hobt. will roach them. at $12,31G.295.223: loans to W. Gofr, of Roslnc, died nt her homo mated Registrants aro bound by lnw to AUloa In tbo year at $G, 115,000,000; thoro Friday aftor nn Illness of five keep themsolres Informed or ull pronubile- debt disbursements at weeks of typhoid fever. ceedings In respect to them and fall-ui- o Mrs. Goff whs 40 years old, and and Panama Canal expenses, to do so may result In their los$23,093,000, making total estimated was a dovout christian woman. Sho ing right to claim exomptlon or disIs survived by hor husbaud and six charge. disbursements 518.775,919,935. In order to allow for a balaut'e la chlldron, thrco brothers and ono This ordor is sent by J. Tandy Urn general fund of about ?50(,C00 sister. Ellis, Adjutant General. J 0. I 0, 1, 1. . -i$321,-000,000. Must Float Moie Roods. Thus If tho deficit is to bo met by bonds, $11,040,000,000 worth must be floated between July 1, 1918, nnd June 30, 1919, in addition to receipts from war savings. "While theso figures represent tho the situation as It appear? Secretary says, "It should be borne in mind that tho exigencies of tho future may causo changes.partlcularly No. 2. Jesso E. Felix, Olaton. with regard to tho estimates for tho Geo. W. Rhodes, Hartford R. G. War and Navy Departments." The Loland B. Carr, Fordsvllle. estimates on which the Secretary Harlan S. TInsley, Hartford. batX's his figures aro made by the Otis Bullock, Central City." various Government departments. Hiram C. Carter, Hartford, R. 4. The outstanding fact apparent Ezra E. Howard, Rockport. (from these stupendous figures Is that Ethel T. Howard, Rockport. tbo cost of tho war to the American Clyde Dclaney, Hartford. people. Including allied loans, for the Iva A. Peyton, Olaton. two years ending June 30, 1919, will To tho Ed Helfncr, Llvermore. ibe at least $36,000,000,000. 'great task facing tho country SecreChas. C. Baxley, Sunnydala. John R. Cooper, Fordsvllle. tary McAdoo calls the people's at Wm. V. Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. 4. tention with theso words ImporIs of superlative Alvln B. Porter, Mcllcnry. "What Jas. L. Her, Beaver Dam. tance In tho readjustment that must Norbert L. Ross, Beaver Dam.' take placo is that our people shall Emmott G. Taylor, Narrows, R. 2. bo Impressed with the necessity of Wayno W. Brown, Ceralvo. economizing In tho consumption of Walter S. Reynolds, Mcllcnry. articles of clothing, food and fuel, Shelby K. Shultz, Prentiss. of every other thing which conand Thos. J. Crowe, Hartford. stitutes a drain upon the available Lutrcll K. Park, Hartford. supplies, materials and resources of Everything wasted Lewis O. Read, Horso Branch. the country. Thoso exempted by District Board now Is llttlo short of criminal. i ," The Local Exemption Board rocclT" Saturday from tho District Board, at Madlnonville, tho following list of accepted men for draft service In tho1 National Army: Clifford H. Maddox, Beaver Dam. Birdie C. Bratchcr, White Hun. Owen Ilolten, Centertown. Robert It. Howell, Honfrow. Thomas Eldson, Beaver Dam. Reuben Carson, Hartford. John H. Wrlrfiit, Olaton. Owen D. May, Olaton. Sholby D. Boskctt, Centertown. Geo. Claxtoir, Mcllcnry. N. Byron Ferguson, Whlto Run. Claudo L. Sharpo, Utlca, No. 2. Wm. B. Thomas, Hartford. Perclo A. Brown, Simmons. David E. French, Prentls. Ermlno E. Farmer, Hartford. John T. Brown, Hartford. Fordsvtlle, Wm. B. McPherson, VJ .1 ' IV al infftnunlton t MOST REALIZE VIGOR OF FOES CANDID FACING OK no Inventnrs that tey tho moil general blitg tUat sumo mi raculous machine mr b caiicolvo.l by tha use of whloh Uto soaa way at on oo be o!orl at sulimarliioa. AMIHUOAN HNCIINUHIW INSTAM. RAILWAYS IN Tllll WAK '.ONR itbIJ mlnroHoniiKniix oie t r r THE FORWARD PASS -- - AM. TIN. in uk(JN HCATOIt. nv ki- - for n,oro ,,,an 1000'000 iU DAU Al bul 10 mcboM of the rail- m0Ilf way ipcllon linvo undertaken to trans , port and install ami put In opera- z ... ' I w tfiruir. i.. v..i n. i.. itr.... l. - ih ...I. .((on overseas a complete railway (T5... hi n i.n .... n- - ii. i... ..it in....... '. "V equipment. ' (Jonitanj. The cost of materials ordered to 'date Is approximately $"0.00"),000. jlncludinK somo hundreds of loconio- Dec. 2. -- the, more than 100.000 tons'of steel Mush., Northampton. "Victory is to bo Knitted not by deny-.rail- s, more than :'.,000 complete turn-lit500,000 tie, 12.000 freight nil virtue to Germany and so her power, but by stir- -' cars. 000 fill and ballast cars. fiOO pti&slug hor In her characteristic 'miles of telephone, wire ami uppara-point- s of strength, and keeping our-,tti- s. and vast nuntititles of construc-solve- s 1 if h TO f w. V free from the faults that have tloti and repair equipment. lot her the friendship of the world," a duty imp'osed upon tho engl-$at- d President William Allen Xellson.iueers ha been the purchase of the ' necewnry Engineer equipment for nf Smttli College, speaking to the student body. imore than 1.000,000 men. Within 10 "rN--'mm VI "The effectiveness of the German ' days after the Kngiueer Corps, ndver-ma- n ' and the behavior of the Ger-- 1 lowing the declaration of war. people," ho said, "Is sulHclent Used for equipment, awards had been proof thete can be no such complete made covering tho requlrmenU for 4- rottonnese at the heart of tho nation this vast force a total of 8,700,00" j as aotno of tts believe. Nothing is to he articles. Including anionic other Items j i gained by shutting our eyes to th i ." miles of pontoon bridge. ' ' under-hav- e formidable vigor of the enemy wo The Engineers have also i TO WXI) IX TWO set out to defeat. Only a can- - taken the work of organizing and NEGRO IS BURNEO vkaiis, "sin:iTS" hay did facing of the facts and an un-- equipping troops for special services, shnkablo determination to win on such as lumhor supply, road con-th- o Springfield, 111.. Div. I Delviu,' AT STAKE BY MOB into the dim and darkened ' put and J construction, sanitary facts can save the world from the struction, unspeakable calamity of a German 'camouflage service, gas and llnme uncannily foretelling the future, the Before vou buv vou should examine our hand tlctory." service, mining work, and mapping. onco pooular Oulja board of mystic ,. cT i Observations. I'erxnuil 1 iiev run i. inudo i'.irui wauons. iijiiuor, aro inaiio oi iMMSoxint roxri:ssi:s fa in ii has been reUcd in SpringHow to Ticvcnt Croup. President Neilson was exchange OX WOJIAX, IS W1SKSTKD field. inuturiiil and last fur longor than uny X the very professor from Harvard to the Unl- In a child that is subject to at- ruo.M siiKuii'r. Tbe consensus of opinion of thc , Tersity of Puris, in 191-1machine made wagon you can buy no niattor what at the time tacks of croup, the first Indication of board of "inner shiine' is that thc of the outbreak of tho war. the disease is hoarseness. Give Cham- war will terminate In two years. The price you pay. "What I have to say," he told the berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as Xashvtlle, Tenn., Dec. 2. A dis- question was asked the "spirits" by students, "1 offer not as the evidence tim child bocomes hoarse and the patch We also do all kinds of Hlack.initliinf,' and Refrom nyorsburg, Tonn., tonisht many persons possepMic the coijttr-1n- s of au expert, but as the result of per- - attack may bo warded off and all says that Ligou Scott, a soothiayor hero. actio wh it pairing, especially tho hard jobs the other fellow m sonal observation during many visitj and anxiety avoided. alleged to have attacked a white " " to Germany during the past twolve ' m cau'i do. woman in Dyer county November 22, S1JJ Reward, $100 year?, ami especially durins the first uvKKMORK BOY HUX t thlj paptr will ki Th was burned at a stika near the pub-H- e ar of the war. These observations We also make a specialty of Hoisoshooing and tlir Is at VICTIM IN I'HAXOE square there shortly ifter- - pleased t Itrn tlut that scltnct ha? ons dre&ded !!& wera made chiefly in South Germany. been tblt to cur in all Its suets and 110111. ' earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. They tend to make us believe that, Catarrh Washington, Nov. 30. Kentucky Jackson, that If citirri.com'ttuuona1t)lnr eri'lv Inltuenced by conOitlui. ,.... thp llfe of another of her!-r.- . The negro awas arrested in ,., !..,- - rcqulrej corntltuilnrr.l trrntment. Hall's we may lament the acqules-;,,- ., liowver i. ,,w Respectfully yours, cenco at tho German people in the sons t0 the war. Corporal Floyd ,laUon Catarrh to UyersburK , a, automobll, aon thruMedicine Is taktn Internally and tht Ulood en the Mutoui policy or no oerman Government May of Uverraore, Ky., today is re-- , b the sllorifr and rf ths Sytenn thr bv dcstrnyln; hu d u wh thc foundation of the diase. Rlvlns the that acquiescence can be explained ported dead ot ..po,8,hIe gunshot a moI) mel Ul0 ofl,cer8 and roIleve4 patient itrenKth bv lulldlnxe tip th without supposing that a nation hlth- - 'voumls.. No further explanation of nnl asrl'iPK nitu-- in dolna; lu ! lhcm of tIloir pr,8onor. Thc onfl erto endowed with many line quail-tn- e was given out by county soon kll0W of the calure a(I faith In th curative powers- of Ilail's j J cause of Uoath ties has suddenly heroine a horde of ,ho Wdr D(,partment in announcing a Catarrh Medicine thit thev ofTr Ono I thousands flockei to town. Hundred Dollars for any eae that It fulls J Some of the casualty list containing five names, criminal barbarians. to cure Send for l.t f"f testimonials. J Scott ls sald t0 llav0 confosge,i ti Ir J. rittWRV Address facts supporting this view may be among which was that of the Kon- - gujlt Hu was tafcon t0 a vacant lot Ohio. SoldV. by all DruBRitt. Co., Toledo. 7$c. Thirty-liv- e years experifuce in tht shop summarized thus: o-- o May died Nov. 27. tuckian. jncar the public square and tied to "For a generation education In Tho fuel administration is authorMother 1'ioud of Son. tho ground. fc:l lron staj0 driven-IGermany lias beon directed to magity for the statement that, while the Ky., Nov. 30. When A bonfire then was lightod. Owonsboro, nifying Germany's claim to play a informed this afternoon of the death- The crowd carried out the exocii-o- f annual output of coal has been ingreat part in tho world, while his50,000,000 approximately creased her son in Trance, Mrs. May said: tj0 qufotly. tory and geography have been so .11 inccicisrsswsji:iJzszMmiMLVftiT?m pn n...1 n... dwu ru, ft vnlitnfoar tons, the Increase in consumption .w.....ww. ' q iuuu taught as to create the belief that ln niu Un,tei ui; , , Army and that caused by the war. Is 100,000,000 states tIie pkksoVS HFAin IS A GOOD l'LACK TO HTOI' FOIt l.HTLi: StONKY -Is that of " "'"" "" expansion,'""""I"'-so- I,,. Was not a "siacKer. i regret uw SL'IUKCT TO DUAl'T tons. An Instance cited Hzetl the means of and tho llcthlelieiii Steel Company.whlch ' ratt)er that jle dl0 in aeathi but had Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th deprived her of her Wiance. an Increased coal supply France than shJrk his dnty t0 his No passport Is required by tho demands i "Recent political history has been oxmtry,"' Hie Only Hotel In I.ouNvlllc Operated on the approximately 3,000,009 tons a State Department to go to Canada, of American ntnl Kuropcnii Plan-.- . . jxponnded in the press to niaKf t,. Daviess but persons subject to draft who de- year. Tho coal demands of public-Utilit- y Corp May waa born j measures taken by other countries plants, particularly in the inwas Thomas His father AMKItlCAN ULAN (With Meals) I sire to cross the lino are often deCor their own protection appear as His layed while their cases aro being In- dustrial sections, have Increased a May wll0 d!ed flve ycar3 ag0. KoiiuiN it. it I Kin t Itatli but with Hot and Cold Ituiinlug Water. conspiracies to strangle Germany. third. woher jirg. Ida Bello May, shortly vestigated. Ringlc, f-0-0 per day; 2 pcoplo, 52.00 ach 70 Kunins Uwaian Press "Instrnctcd." ,,tt?r hcr husband's death, moved to When any rcgistored peron desirw ... "On thia nreiiariwt linclc Ilia Cnj. ' . . single, 2. SO per day; 2 people, 2.21. each Stop lA.ft Over Cough-r0 Hooms ' ,'" u7- .... "a or to go to Canada he may . !"mo-nnitsteu in n GO Front Rooms. single, will nM ... .1.00 per day; 2 people, 2 CO each .. Dr. Hell's v -v. M.v iu uniieu aiaios apply to his local board, for a permit. stop that hacking cough that lingers Hooms with I'llvato Itaiii: UW. was oasuy uutu up. cavairy flve years ago. He served If he Is not likely to ho called within CO Rooms Glugle, 3.00 per dny; 2 people, 2.75 each "The Invasion of Belgium was at three yearg and in. the the period of the proposed absence or from January. The soothlne pine f.0 Rooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 3.00 uoch Iown th I)lllegnl ' irst amittea to be a matter of 'ult- - army- if the board Is otherwise assured that the Irritated membrane, the glycer necessity., but for three years tho Besides his mother he has two ., HUI.OFKAN PLAN (Without Meals) ..e..,u ... t.T..ion not " InTerferww . vve taught that Belgian nea- - brothers and four aisters. Mr. May ine relieves the tender tissues, you Kooiiih without ISntli hut with Hot and Cold Humilug Witter. with the execution brmtb9 mtlliv am coughing ceases, 'w ' been violated by received a telecratn this afternoon ! of tJje &nn lftW b9 may ohta,u the i:- ui.ir.a and 75 Rooms single, $1.00 par day; 2 people, JO. 75 each nGglect i lintrerlnit f"IIK,I; It Belgium her- - from the War Department annouu-- permit uy giving his address w,iiBDont GO Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each Dr. Bell's IMne-Ta- ris dangerous. Ing her son's death. An aunt, Mrs. absent, and hy agrtwlng to keep . GO Front Rooms. single, ,. nonev ,B anltaeptl0 ,nil pleasant to 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.26 people the nhraset r w WUkerson. resides in i. self Informed of any call upon him take, benettts young and old, get It B Rooms with Private Itatli: Atrocities' tneass atrocitlos linro and to return immediately upon call. at your druggist single. 100 per day; 2 people, 1.20 each 50 Rooms Formula on afltfltt to have been committed by . i. o o i 50 Rooms 2 slnglo, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each bottle. 25c, the civilians on the German wounded. CSAlt'S DAUGHTER NOT av-- e ni'GK AUMY AIK CItAI'T ' "The LugUi.nU was officially deTHOUGHT TO HE IN ENGLAND THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. SlOOItlXGS SKKLKTOX OF AKKAXSAS KSCAl'KS clared to be an armed cruiser mountISAXKKIt FOUND IN ATTIC Kuropcan Plan Only. ing fifteen guns, and this Is still be2. Inquiries of Dec. London. Wichita, Kas.. Dec. 3. A huge lieved In Germany. Hence the enor- members of the Russian colony !n Hooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Until, $l.SO United States army balloon, of the Hot Springs, Ark., December 2. mity of the attack on her Is largely and up Rest Hating Place In Town. London show that nothing is known new French typo, Inllatod with The szkeleton of William McGraw, esousad. Tho Louisville Hotel nnd the Old Inn aro located In tho wholesale of the report published in the Morncubic feet of gas, broke away In bankor and husluoss man of Hnxle, "Tho German press is thoroughly ing Poet a. that the Grand Duchess district and only a walk to the retail district and theators. a high wind late Sunday at Fort Ark., who disappeared from here last 'instructed' from headquarters and second daughter of the depos- Omaha, Neb., and trailing C.00Q feet spring, was found yostorday aftor- LOUISVILLK IIOTI'L AXD OLD IXN COMPANY, Prop.,. no indication of censoring appears on ed Emporor of Russia, has come to the surface, so that the ordinary man England. The story is generally dis- of Bteel cable was carried rapidly noonby electricians working in tho south through . Kansas. Tho cable attic of a building formerly usod as thinks bo is getting all the hows. Tho previous report that credited. "Add to all this the inclination of tho grand duchess had oscaped from played havoc with telephone and tuU a cluhhousu. ugraph wires, tearing down long Identification was established by every man to believe his own GovSiberia and gone to tho United States 'gtrotchoB Bt a tlmo and ur00llnB 0r papers found on the body, which had ernment rather than tho onomy's and U doubted by Mine. Olsa Novlkoff, Days. TThfntlnss and Me.itlrljreakng off polcs. The balloon is boon taken through a mare of raforis can understand why Germans Russian political writer, who says in laaJd From coast to coast meat and hay(j carrIed flV(J tong of 8teel ters and wiros to a secluded corner t(j can support the General Staff without E) E, EAll, THROAT, NOSE wheat saving days are gaining In popthc Post that tho public should of tho attic. being either simple Idiots or . . ware oi wiiiarua nu-,..- -. And Fittiny pGIumch Dasged ove vewton. baths, ularity. In New York a majority of tu..B McGraw camo here for the criminals." Russia. In referonce to tho alleged ,Kas., at 11:30 o'clock and toro down and disappeared from hU hotel last the rsitaurants are obsorvlug the Manonlo orasnuKo.KY. sliam marriage ot tne graim uucnoss, n)ui'Aprlli A wllle bearch supplemented' days for thc saving of theso commo- Tutiinlit ,,t ))QcUa Qf wreg ,n l0 The New York Stock ExMine. NovlkolT says tno only son 0I i,roko off many poles. Considerable with heavy rewards failed to find a dities. IDKA.S Ol' lXVKXTOIlS AID change Club has ofiiclally adopted two NAVY DKI'AIITJIKNT Count Fredericks was killed In tho ,lun,ag0 a)so waB sat, (0 ,,avo been trace of him. war a few months ago and conse- meatless and two wlicaUoss days each o ,(J ,J0mes an(1 offlM ,)U(Ung8 ,,y week. Chiinibcrlniir. CiukIi Hcincdy. Since war was declared tho naval quontly. tho marriuge could not haye ,tUo unavy ca),Ie In Wisconslu 1G0 hotels In ono consulting board has received more taken place. This Is not only one of the best The balloon was still aloft early to- than 10.000 suggestions, plans or drifting southwest. It had nnd most oniolont niodlclnos for mouth effected a savins of approxl- i,iav nnd models of ingenious devices for usjj lJRITIfiH USING KITCHKN Iroached tho Oklahoma State lino and coughs, colds and croup, but Is also;matoiy 17 per cent in meats and H more than by the Navy Department WASTK TO SHKLL GHIOIANS vas reported traveling at a speed of! pleasant and safo to take, which is(porcent In wheat. All public eating ' (fortv-nv- o s Important whon modlclnn must bo , houses lu Colorado observe whea.tless nf them concerning the miles au hour. 2. problem of combating the menace of The Washington, Decerning telephone and telegraph wires given to children. Many mother and meatless days, All MtCALL PATTERNS Moro than half of the fiG dining- Atpdlcina Lndce.. Kan., and have glvon it their unqualified en- the enemy submarine. All sugges- kltclian waste at Urltlih Army camps tiytwnuii ... fc rellaldlltj- ncirljr 49 rita. tjoKi'ln car eorvlces of the country havo tions roeelve'uaroful attention, thixt. I being used to send shells against nariwr, Kan., have been torn down dorsement v&m biiif.;j pledged to havo meatless and wheat-les- s k c,r?ic;,yr"i' being brought to tho atten- .the Germans, according to coiibular by tho cable. There was no one In of merit wt lie caUwciM, the big ulrMilp. days. tion of tli Secretary of tho Navy. representatives today to tho Depart-IXcCALIS MAUAINi: M"' iiil'Kritwrt lluti nr olliti tiihlow L , t, Willi muiiy propowU have been j meut of Commorco. Glycerin hultt- - j inontii. intaiuabir. i.i Tho sugar used for making can- - I Slnoe tho war insurance plan be- to piovido the propellant fori found to bo linpractieai, muoh valua-rele'dy lu tho United States, according For Infants and Chlldrcu being pro-- 1 came operative In October more than bla aid lias buou given to various It. 000.000 sholla yearly Is Food rirc-c';- ci o. the war aarvlse. The due! from fata which hitherto wero iO.OoO soldiers havo applied for In- - In Use For Over Years .to tho to meetAdministration, is mif. L, Jf. ' '",Jr "" ",a " "l'' copj all tho sugar flclont amounting lu all to nonr-Na. away. Tho waste is produQ-luurano- e, turqwii Naval (Jonsultiiig lloird and the . beara ;.ue..u of Kngland under tho ,',, for fro) Ing products worth $100,000 month- - ly half a billion dollar ami averagvy DtMirtm!it havu I sJtf?-?- Inn- uvstpin niliinliul llnri. ruoiri. AJdrrii ling nbout J8.000 a man. of Signaf-t- c "" dliri!UllrH munDhleU givius geuor- - y. ids co. ::s u m i, j;m st, mw to 1NU1 Army slnco April In not Vr.ic.Jca only boon supplying tho Kuginoer Tim ('ornq of Knglnoora of the wirAPTimu,',ai0"t ' I1IC,P1S Ledies ffll(r1yO 'wmmiiMMm, TTTimmmmmmmmw. r&.. mi - A "ft? !vseMflafltf P4 trr p i YwhiiMWBmiwmi"' 9 suwwm.w-- rapsrn y .sL&mm' .r 7 'asyg!! nzz mm'LrsShWmL i .lU rmyQjP ..''iwwth Co. & nits K uu-jout- e. 8Hi4ib Clothing Co.?. HARTFORD, KV. foT-an- ; mli! . SS'WVVVVWrVSVWWii I l j Wagons! WagoasI WagosasI btt J ( attack j . J ' , ' rfdn y ' i Ut Sur-faci- i, n - A. B. Row St Son j Centertown, tJ'M.Ky. i . ... j "" ; , j f ... ;;.r.T. :. .., ..,. . c"f Ps.lrt Tine-Tar-Hon- stti-aeieu- se .lrdy " ,,, ., I to-da- o-- 5,-0- 00 Ta-tian- j - DR. J. H.THORPE ..u,, i , cy two-third- ..... - v- ";',' - CASTORiA -- i prriil 3ar- l 30 f ffiffihffifaffito? yi.KiXsS "$ c7iCJU4i - ' tlon.;pXafr,?Vffiwta .. - TAi ? !mm -- "," i'HMifc.CijH,1- I'tgja-j- y imyJTmi.tt1tMtfi'ti ''JlifflBWm til tffcstf l.tl I ?1.Wif I U TALK OF NAVAL ATTACK QUIETS 'CJOIM! AITKI'. UK KM AN MASKS AT I'ltKKKNT IS N(IT I'KAC- TICAI-." IT'S IN THE AIR 13 CONVICTS MAKE 'mmmm WKHK-w y?t$&zt n ESCAPE FROM PRISON FICLL GIMUDS, ItttKAK TllltOIIGII DOOUH AT JOLIKTT AMI KT A WAV. CJ.V.sXTi.iii ?, ji-"U- ? .t. Contents irVluid Drachm; 'Jti.C" .Toilet, 111., ' , For Infants ami Childron. rrr; nTZL'. a Herald.) lt n Wuntilngtnn, I)o. of tlio couvnrwilioiiH of Atnor-losi- 's thrco (iiilstiiridliiE natal genl-uro- h Admiral Brmnn and Mayo a lit Vice Admiral Simn- - wllli tlio Urltlcli and French admiralties, talk In nuvnl circles hero of "KolriK after llio (Senium Imsos" lias smlileuly fallen away. Only a short wlilln ago (ho Army nnd NaYy ('lull and other places whom the morn Mithuslnotlc and radical of the naval officer of ratifrulii-ar- y conversational tilcturen of what oulcl tin rionu to the aermanx. and of frank and outspoken crltlcirm of tho "reactionary" mrthodB of tlio European alllep, especially KnRland, In not "at leant trylne" lo smxiih tho (Jormaa "wet triangle," ef which HollcnUad U tht aptz nnd principal Dec. 3. to-da- Thirteen waa Y 3- Lai T - -- Gamp isiSfi w5 , J.li Vi,)z mosr V" XiTSB '. B.r , i !! - ii- - " ? sy& JS5 . - ?5 "1 2S fortrest. CIvko to Suicid. Thru , tUtlr axcuraioas abroad, val leader howTr, America' curc bravo learned by fat and from fnetfl and fleurcn hitherto to the American nary that any naval utUiek on IlelloRolaiul In And, very closu to naval suicide. furthermore, tho Impression hns i;rown hero Hlnco some of the hitherhas spread to r.ccret Information ntnoiiR olllcers of the servlce.thnt an n'tack on Hellpnland Is unnecessary n well. Tho "commercial blockade," rtltho a slow process, will hnvo eventually, it In confidently hollered, tho name effect that lireakliiR thru r of the Cerinan naval defense would And. further'i havo immediately. more, it Is now considered that tin attack on Heligoland Is the very thins that the Hermann hope for. Helpless Abovo Water. They hopo for It because, tnowiiiR that naval nttnek on fortlticd slmros Is Invariably more eoitly to naval forcoB than to land defenses, they may lio nhlo to cripple tho allied fioetn to (iuch itn extent that their own would hn on a parity with tho llritlsli and naval excursion ifrom boyond their lioiullanils with tin profipert or n victory which would open (he Fens to thorn would be wllliln Dm riuiltn of tioHHlllililiec. As It Is now, they are hclplut above water, nnd their submarine, on the word of competent o'.UcInls. rtro lo- Iiik more In ofTertlTenoM every day and hour that tho war continue. Qo flsh. 'S 0 AL... J-- t 7ee?rtim, Vn.a tonments. Wo have shown In the Liberty Ioans tho willingness to trust nnd to lend the Government money. Wo havo recognized the appeal of tho Hed Crors and of the work the Y. M. t A Is doing. "The war will bring out tho American patriotism of 177C nnd of 18G1, and wo will ho better citizens after wc win this war and have conquered And compter her wo Germany. SLIGHTLY MIXKD. -- . One of the small nowspapers pub- will!" - WONDKlt AT (iOlil) KA.MMIKS' SPKNI) WIIV Wl-- AKB ricuTiNC gijuma.vy If Germany wius this war, wc will havo to flr.M another war later on n n wilt be a dependent nation," de clared former President Taft In a re- - rn nflrirrws. of 'rectify was like that of the ronn who cut off tuu doc's tall Juot behind his ears. It meant to erush nnd to finish Croat Britain Then where would wo come, in nrilnln would have had nothing with which to pay Indemnities, but Canada would havo looked pretty good In fjnrimmv." Mr. Taft traced tho causes of the k war from the lioRlr.nirtK nnd told why America was at war and why huo had no other course open to her hut war. Ho traced tho development 01 Corman kulturo from tho time of Bis- ,..rrV nml amazed his hearers by of tho passion of ft- - his recital to rule the world. "Illsmnrck didn't iutend to conquer the world," inld tho "Ha Intended to maVo Cermany a power In the world. The Germans then ade a system ef efficiency thoy ratlcd 'kultur.' All thU success turnd ed their heuds and they bewime with the deilre te spread 'kultur' eve,r the werW. "Why was It that before new we dldm't realise the attitude of the GerBeese we treated man peeple? as we treat th thftie rlaWnisaU nt oar ewn eramke. ci.i..aix "Wkee the ltreits ef the Cer every eonoi-tio- n inan State are Urelred erUty has te be ef heier i " b They beaa tk raerlfleed. 'Wer meutralltr. rlolatlne Bcl8la called It a 'scrap ef paper.' The seHelens resisted. Tba Germans lected a dlstrlet in Ilelpium and stood up against the walls of the city tho men, women and children and polshot them down, so that ,by this icy thoy might terrorize the rest of tho llelelan propla Into submission. "Wo can't foel tho war till the casualty list begin to como In. Wo can't understand It till wo have the feeling that France aud England have had since the beginning of the I'rus-elanlsm ob-ie- "Ormany planned to rectify tho houmlarlis of Itnwia. us meaning Washington, Uoc. 1. The American soldier Is generally known in foreign lands by tho trail of' coin which ho leaves In his wake. With this reputation already before lilm.what tho natives of other lands will think when certain American outfits nrrlvo "in their midst" is now a matter of conjeetnro with officers whoso concern is these regiments. Tho orRanlttttlons referred to are i product or the war. They are known ' and aro 1 s"rtck meii'H regiments,-worthv ir tho name. 'luwfci onits have already made a reputation for theniselvoe, not as spendthrifts, hut for th big incomes possessed uy the personnel. . a certain engineer Koi- - instauee, regiment at Gamp Meade is made up principally or jxuduateti of colleges and technical institutions. About C5 yor wut of thp unlisted uicn gave up Incoruus of from ?n,000 a year upward to servo for ?30 per month. Another regiment of engineers at 1 camp near here is composed of men of high technical attainments, whose Chilian incomes outrange those of some olllcers. Somo of tho ofllccrs of the technical branches wero big consulting engineers whote incomes ran to live figures. In a big southern training camp is, or was, tl squadron of crack national guard cavalry, whoso members wero big business men and rich men's sons. One of these units distinguished on the border when somo of Its "buck privates" went "in for high-powmotor cars. One such squad-ronow ehangod to Held artillery, has In Its ranks and among the officers somo of tho wealthiest business men of Washington. Thuto men aro not reckless spenders, but aro every Inch soldiers, and Intend to prove it on the other side. Otmi'MCKSKD AIK GUNK U8II) ON" KATTIjU FIIONT par-llcul- ar it-ser u, lished an item lately which was a of an account of a wedweird mix-u- p The ding and an auction notice. most interesting part of tho item follows: "William Smith, tho only son or Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Smlth.und MlS3 Lucy Anderson wero disposed of nt public auction at my farm, one mile east in the presence of seventy-fiv- e guests, includiug two mules and twelve head of cattle. "Tho Hev. Mr. Jackson tied the nuptial knot for tho partles.averag-In- g 1,250 pounds on tho hoof. The beautiful homo of tho bride was decorated with ono sulky rake, one feed grinder, and two sets of work harness, nearly new, and just before the ceremony was pronounced Mendel & Sons' wedding march was rendered by 0110 milch cow, five years old, one Jersey cow, and ono sheep, who, carrying a hunch of bride's roies in her hand, was vory beautiful. She wore ono llgl'f spring wagon, two crates of apples, three racks of hay, one grlndhtono of moufeelilio de Mile and trimmed with about 0110 hundred bushels of spuds. Tho bridal couple left yesterday on an extended trip. i victs escaped from tho Slate MjF&' &8Hw?U8K by breaktentiary here early y T. &? ing through steel doors and bcntlug I.' ALcoii6f.-- o rnit cnNp" v two guards Into uucoiihUouhiiiMi. AVcslclfltiloPivpafalionfofAs Is The gimnlH on the penitentiary wall .JC r fired mnny shots nt the tiering con$ SJl.M iint5lhcSl3rnasandjjJM" victs, but owing to darkness it is not believed any wan hit. A posse of sixty started In pursuit of tlio !' Thcrcliyl'fomoilniDKcstion -- 6gS prlsonors, who took n southerly di. ' lllll UUUlllVJJ'"'"'" nor rection. neither Onim,IorpWnc Mv ti Iiacml.NoTKAncoTic The thirteen men wero in solltnry confinement for having caused disj WMWtSMrurnwx turbances last week in the cell w houses. To escape they' had to break out of their individual eclls, then JllttriM-iiSceaw through two barred doors, and 1,'vret SrJ finally through a heavy steel door thhc which leads into the "solitary" from :;n' m ;i;,r."' k .MnfiilHemedvfcr the priton corridor. ;JK?S .ii." -- :o nnd niarrhoca. Albert Chanelli, a gunrd stationed andVmriscssmul hM&. just inside the steel door, was beaten Into unconcsiousnes, but not before he had summoned John CarUen, ii . -. -j night onptalu ef the guard, with his As;'fS i Carlson, too, was beaten .into cries. G&0B&M The thirteen men unconsciousness. TirnCcNTAnCol,pfr- wall at then climbed the fiftocn-foo- t .j NEWJYOKiV the east gate. Guards with rifles In gate saw tho two towers nearest the tho men disappear over the wall nnd J ' xiw'.i&jmicjzi&sj m r I Til'. but the fired at them repeatedly, night was dark and as far aa known y no one was hit. early Exact Copy of Wrapper. Warden Murphy stated that the 2S25SSBS2.1 men could not have escaped without the assistance or connivance of sonic-bod- y about tho prison. Three of the men were ierving life sentences. conpeni- ,:."? i e 39j&CTinEili Mothers Know That ha J.y. u n ar Genuine Catena Always Bears the Signature of fy.W In bmp i f .Ift Alt , fT Use For Over Thirty Years m. n mi MH VNE- vnmimtfmM&rm a I Im.1 - to-da- AnriQia a mn 1 JiUim illil IBM til IBnnnu. as WH THC CrHTU" COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY, p CASTORfA o e Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR W farck Pianos No Hfoney inAdvuuce SatiHfuc-tio- n SUHA.Il MILL MA 1K $1)00,000 WI1ILH IJKKT GHOWHIIS 1X)ST Los Angeles, Gal., Decembber 2. Profits of about $900,000 on an Investment of $500,000 were made by refinery in Southern one beet-sugCalifornia last year, whilo beet grow- eis lost money, according to a telegram sent Friday to President Wilson and Food Administrator Hoover by District Attorney Thomas Leo Woolwliio as the result of a county ! grand "Jury investigating of sugar beet growing Indutitry. Another refinery, with an investment of ?1, 250, 000, made a net profit of between $900,000 and $1,000,-00- 0 e , on prices much lowor than those Stomach Trouble ami Constipation. approved recently by the government, Those who aro afflicted with stom- tho telegram said. ach trouble and constipation should Farmers aro refusing to plant "I havo never beets, and roliof for tho serious sitread tho lollowing: found anything so good for stomach uation can como only from governtroublo and constipation aa Chamber- ment action, it was stated. lain's Tablets. I have used them off . and on now for the past two years. Grace "I told him he musn't seo Thoy not only regulate tho action of mo any- nioro." tho howola but stimulate tho liver Her Brother "Well, what did ho keep ono'u body in a healthy conond Hoop- do?" dition," writes Mrs. Benjamin Grace "Turned out the lights!" n er, Auburn, N. Y. ar n. nnteotl jLoweHtNet Fa ot y Guar Prices 32 u Terms Saving ni.t A of SlOO to P. A. BTARCK RESIOENT 5200FacFrom j tory Direct mmimm CVivsO'-- n '"'f'Vizt .i-- .-, ''"U 3rS OWM LiOKE beautiful Sta.r . P?no for 30 days' froe trial. In your Wo will ship you X nmo .fil. tinviii.nt r,nulril. All wo nsk Is that VOU Vlll Way UDOn. I1SO U.u nnd test UiIh piano for 30 days. If. at tho oi.ij of tf.at t.nie, yoj i't i ot find itever hlghcat Rrailo, sweetest toned and llncst piano In every way, tlut jou have that seen for the money, rou aro at perfcc liberty to send lt'baek, and wo will, In you, event, pay the freight both ways. T V; Starck i'iano mvut make good with or mere ia no saic rtilp direct to you Irom our factory, at prices that save you upwards o $150.00 in Jio co oi your piano, no ua.vuui' iu luictu yon a better piano for tLe money than ycu can You are assured of receiving elsewhere. a mtUfattory tweet tcnt-- l durable lilgh trade piano. VTe 3S DAS' a ih. Youni Save $150.00 or Moro ' Eaoy Paymants OK.Voox Riiftranfoa Every Btarclc Fiano piarantrcd lor 15 years. This iruanates has hack ot it our 35 years of plans crperiince, and the reputation of nn responsible piano hducc. ifl K Ten pay no rash down, hut alter SO days oi trial, jou can Infill piymcnt on the lowest, easl(!.t terms ever iugestcl by a planq manufacturer. The tenns arc arranged to suit lour conrenknee, and itts possible for Jithout you to buy a piano or your home, mitsine the tntfc."!. i ai f 2nd- - Hand Bargains We have etiv.tantly on. band Iiuni-H;- r wi Biifcuuy ua pianos of all ond second-han- P!syer"P2ar.o) j the larcK and i Jul I'layer-rianT- aiarcx rliK-a tur; 50 Free Muslo Lessons To every purchaser of KUrck Pianos, we give free inusJc Icssoni. in one of the best known schools in Chicago. These kssuns you ran take In your own home, by mail. This represents one yur's free instruction. standard makes Ukcn in cz ehanira for new Starck Pianos Tho fallow, and riajer-Pianotag are a few sample btrsalni! market. piver mosv icautt. :J0 DAIItT (KIWS KILIjKI) 1IY AUSKNIC IN KOUDKIl e NOTICE. After October 1, 1017, I will be In the otllee of Dr. A. II. Kiiey from 1 :0() p. m. to 4:00 p. 111,, and in tny office over WilltnniH Drug Store from 0:00 a. 111., to 12:00 noon. DIt. K. II. PENDLETON. 1 Weber Stein way Chickering Kimball j.. $110.00 .1)0.00 02.00 clusive features cf these wonderful instruments, and will tic pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured, fk iOu win liKhteit with tl manv ex U6 th? irt J t j Piano Booh Free Sead today for our new bctuitilully illustrated plana look which gives you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Starck Second-han- 05.00 195.00 bargain list. Many of the mortars employed today on the allied fronts are of the comprened nlr type, using a puff of air or gas Instead of powdor to throw the shell Inte Carman tienches. trench warfare has Present-da- y caused the pneumatic cannon Idea to be dovelnptd after It had been laid aeide fer many yenrs as impractical. Aside frera being allent and Inexpensive, the pnenmatle mortar is readily It Is used at ranee of manipulated. feet, and is said to frem te be extremely accurate. . New York, December 1. Arsenic mixed with fodder cnused the death of thirty dairy cows nt West Caldwell, N. J., in tho past two weeks. Josiah Meauvolt was tho first loker. Two woeks ago tho first of his sixteen cows died,' and In rapid succession eloven other followed. Ills brother, Peter, was tho next heaviest sufferer, losing five cows from a herd of twelve. Other small farmers In the samo section have lost from one A veterinarian to threo animals. examined th( dead cattle and found Indications of arsenic. The county officer notified the federal authorities, and an Investigation I in progress. The examination proved that the noison was administered in the feed, eonslstlug of gronnd eern and wheat bran, which came is maU let to the farmer front the Weet. Jt i be lieved that Hie car containing the feed were peiioned en rente or he-fe- re Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starch Bldg., CHICAGO FOOH WEEKS You Can Be You Whatever! o o o o i li HOSPITAL No Relief Mrs. Brown Fin- aliy Cured by Lydia E. want To Be Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Cleveland, Ohio. "For years I suffered so sometimes it seemed as though' I could not stand it any longer. It was oil in my lower organs. At times I could hardly walk, for if I stepped on a littlo Btono I would almost faint. Ono day I did faint and my husband was sent for and the doctor came. I was taken to tho hospital and stayed four weeks but when I camo homo I would faint just tho samo and hud tho same pains. A friend who is a nurso asked mo to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I began taking it that very day for I was suffering a great deal. It has already dono mo moro good than the hospital. To anyone who is suffering as 1 was my advlco is to stop in tho first druy-stor- o nnd got a bottle of Lydia E. lfnkhaiu'a Yegetoblo Corrxiuml befow rr-- i i . You can bo a success, and a big success, if you have starting. Sprains And Strain Relieved. Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the pain out of strains, sprains, bruises A clean, and all muselo soreness. clear lliuld easily appliod, It quick ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's Liniment does not stain tho skin or clog tlio pores llko mussy plasters or For chronic rheumatic ointments. aches nnd pains, nouralgla, gout and I n remlumbago havo this edy handy. For the pains of grippe and following strenuous work.lt gives quick rollef. Al all druggists, 25 well-know- lit 1,0 T1CKKHK C?AK BK I'LACUI) ON IiKTTISnH Washington, Nov. 2S. Christmas and Now Year greetings in tho form of tiny stickers like tho millions put out by the Ited Cross every holiday season may bo alongside of the ad dress on the malls next month, under an order unnounced by the Pottofllco To fncllltato nnnartment handling tho heavy voluwe of Christ-- 1 was wall, tho Postmaster General' bao suspended during Wecember tbo uiimaliauie mi -ire have much te be thankful for order that treatsonas tho address side vnnr. Wo hCKWll tho w.ir rlfiltt matter bearing .1.1. or sticker other th n Is Wn Jnut Wflv a draft law that - Adhesive tela .1 P'. unci poor. Wo Uftvo cap- pmt?t fair to rlek y. ! AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are tho men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for ihe prepared man or woman. School 'in session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. Ml II .- - m ies (Incorporated) is cent. -- 2 Children Ory - ' 'mo "MlM. V. C. PnowH, t !& 0WENSB0R0, KY. i DC Tlio Congreaa will now bo asked STRAY STREAKS. to give tlio authorities In chnrgo largli (I!y Fluke McFluke.) er powers In Uio mailer of prlco Axprices for most coming, and fixed Pnbllalietl Weekly by consumption will JMAKTFOHD PRINTING COMPANY modities of popular Tho government l:i lio established. Incorporated Wo had figured lhat ns winter apW. S. TINSLEY, entering upon a ramp.ttgn to cul out proached ladles' skirls would be lowp. B. SMITH, ' President s. .. tliofo oxtravfsant war profits that ered n bit, but on tho contrary, they iuno fallen such a railing burden up- - Boeiii, If any difference, Just a trifle Editor on tlio punnc :or me past iw ItOHN IIKNKY THOMAS higher, nnd nt thc same tlmo wo note Associate Editor JK. 8. TINSLKY, Wnshlng-to- n that fancy colored lioso of a silken Tho announcomi'iit irom MmuiKcr. Mid appenranco has also made progress that all Uio dratted men exemptwill bo upward. ed for any causo hercloforo - lnw t ' h I'omuHke required to appear for examination iinJ mnll mttr n 'I"" Ky.. Jr 'M. Thomas heard of another fellow araln. nnd stand nil tlio tests required of all other men who may bo who had missed the train on the M. to called to tho service, and that no II. & E. the other day and he startAddress all communications moro exemptions will be allowed for ed out to write tho gent up, but on Republican. jTha Hartford dopendents, la proving n disappoint- mnklng some Inquiry the Editor ment to those men who thought they found nut that tho guy had simply NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tlrod ont after waiting 5 or C hours Bubfcrlbrrn dwlrlou Ihf nir wutto n new wero permanently excused from sernnd hoorcd it to his destination. which alMrnit must glre the ol.l ndilnvs In mnklng tht vice. trqunet. isasu't more than 12 or IS miles. I.ocnt nn.l Ni)tlcrn Iflc iwr Hue nml 5c Botln.-'- a 4 With the approach of tho Christuililltlonnl liiwrtlnn. er line for each will Curt! I Think;5c mas holidays wo recall that there are Squire Hen Rico nnd Andy Crowe, OMtanrlee. IleKolntlonn lice, money In ntlvnnc. about a dozen helpless, hopeless and who wero here attending court last frtw. hut other for erlc Chnrcli Notice unfortunates out at tho "poor house" week, having been excused 'about 10 lilTtrtlfementf. le er line. anwill rewUo no to whom Christmas means but tomniunlt-ntJoa. in , and not finding any person Anoaymon other day nearer to the, potters field. who would hire them during tho rettentlon To each of them there was a time mainder of thc day walked home when Christmas meant a season of rather than loaf around so long - 2.23 Joy Cvir.tjorla .A ....- and good cheer, but never again waiting for the train. They didn't CO rarmorB' Are 1iyc so powerful far to walk tho. will It conio to them now. thero not some good women In tliU Just 1! or 20 mllos, that is to the DKCKMHEU 7 FRIDAY, town who, deep down In their heart.', end of our railroad. Hen and Anwill take pity on these poor souls. dy say they surely do appreciate the the M. H. & E. We aro Just awfully sorry the Lou- - condemned to destitution and nog- - nice dry walk-wa- y Isvillc Evening Post can't discover lect, and make them a mercy visit provides for fellows In a hurry.when any good thing In the now city ad- -, with a Christmas dinner sometime the roads and fields arc muddy. holidays? during the approaching ministration. .We earnestly hope there la. A. Rial wishing to economize in Carranza and Villa will never for- his popcorn business and having read glvo Germany for bringing on that Compromise Jury verdicts present somouhere that butter could bo made nd crowding pome peculiar angles. In a suit at much cheaper from goats than cows, big war in Europe them off of the llrst page. the recent term of court to recover advertised for a couple of goats, so damages from a railroad company tint he could produce his own milk Tho second day's average tobacco )for kuI,ng a ,an lno returned and butter. Some one told me that sales on the Owen.boro Loose I.eaT a von!ict against tho company foi Albert bought tho two goats ami lloors Jumped 70 cents a hundred $soo Tho veniict was ai,sur,i. va had them turned out in his back lot. from those of the first day. ar0 not undertaking to try the case. Rial's chagrin and disgust was some, We do not know that if under the law thing pitiful to behold when ho got ., 1 A good many umo coumy puojikand evidence in tlin ease tlio plain- his gourd and went to milk his goaU live right on the M. H. & E. railroad tiff was entitled to recover at all, but Just because they can't move the the patent facts are that if the com- thc next morning when thc said goats absolutely ret used to recognize or darned thing out of thelr-way- . p pany was responsible for the man's have anything to do with their new a tw r fua 800 was a ahsurI va,uo to mastor when affectionately B called of this paper has forsiv-!''6- '' Tho editor A"V FYS Iftx (' w l,umnn ufe' and H tXl" nnnuic, but immediately answered bv en most of tho sins of Ms Associate I,laco Pn s not responsible for it a sweet blate when spoken to as IL&9 A 9 Editor since his acceptance of th- - company was lattor's invitation to a stiuirrol ,in. then any burden placed upon tho coin- - bill. pany ln thc wa' ot damaRes was ""uer Monday. 'just It is strangely true that hu- will Tinsley says Doc l'lrtlc and John come, man life is about thc cheapest Out of evirfoiuo gooil-Glenn worked a slick democratic trick enforced by tho necessities modity brousht to the market of a on him last week on that hunting war no doubt result in a habit of court of law. of trip when they both failed to fllo paving that will remain long after h- 3t ii their papers when :i cook was to bo Tho complete collapse of the RusIbe war is ended. elected. ' Tinsley became the chief inniiiiiMiira. Mil , n rrain wru firm. i, hiihwihimi sian provisional government, and the dough-knoadby a vote of two to MK.'KO UHVIVAI.. t TH5: U CCA III jlA the Republican disasters recently in Italy are sore nothing, i'lrtle and Glenn say they "Whoever may HOARD MKCTINt;. "!SSI() I . i cnndldato for United Statos Senator disappointments to the Allies, and not only lost two pounds per day, but TIia IPnw ' A A II """ .. .....,..t '" "; "; tlfll For wveral wpk pant loenl Tone col,'rC( , Tlio. District Mission Bn n) of V.lioxt year, barring cath. I5J laor- - may prolong the war for many their respect for Tinsley as a cook. viiKollt of Louisville. . i nom.- - mouths,. "no tlfo Republican Hut our hands are set to or Ohio countv Mionaivl.Vo. 99. of the Macubco, ha. hat, two row will chinches '" neo for Governor in 1010. the plow and there is no turning back llaptists will meet at the Hertford dlvlaioae in a memborahlp conlt. , , IMPORTANT LAW SUIT. now. The events referred to are in riiuM, Tues,Iay. IW. 11. at one under the laderrii.p of P D.,F"vl',B ,'t,'hI, Mefl 'J"1 sl c '""" '" I)nptit known The itepublicans will bo In control ,10 way falal t0 Uie Aihcs' cause. Thc t Tweddell and tbe other led by A. I) One of the most vigorous contest- 10 oVloi. Important 'Methods circles through-tak- e - Hoard. Cnmc an Kirk. The oonteat ha. 1kh a very in the cit7 of Louisville at tho elec- - overthrow of Germany is not now any ever heard In the Ohio come brforo.tlin"' '"? ,"4,on 1,pr, tlon of 1910. and tho tliluves will !csg ccrtaln Uiau it was six months ed law suits sovcral men.mt homo with you tl.o minutes of interesting one. nnd Circuit Court was determined Tuesnmnnc "rfluUn,,c,ln,s1""lph not steal tho Governorship trom EJ ago; only the struggle may bo proAm. The both young and middle njrt, for 1017 morning. It was a case growing the Association tn'- ifi,iutj ut inn itiuu. i uu iiieeiiii; - day Morrow, as they did in 1U1S Mis- advantage of tho opportunity longed. At last the submarine mennames out of the killing of Thomas Higdon.a following are the 1). K. of tho W. C. taken to become member. Tho Maccu- - will rontinuo until Docembor 9lh. Allen, ace is being met with a fair measure , on guard duty ut Rockport. JFion Hoard: Kids. Friday opening Dr. Hill will have for It Is said the liquor supply won t ()f mcasm all(1 Ujc BUpnllcs of the r.oldlor Tnylor, M. A. Kmbrv. J. W. Phillips, bees was tho first fraternal order to last moro than two years longer, and AUog n mmBy an& mQa ,H praclIcal. by an Illinois Central train, last A. T. Ho.--f. 7,. Fcrrell, W. N. Miller, como right out and provide Tor full his subject. "Hasten to abandon, tho Tho suit woe filed for twenship of daumntlon hnfnre rhe delh-oro- d wo nro vonuering hiiui wiii nom ly incxhttusUWo. With of insurance to its .1. A. Hennett, J. J. Willot, II. S. Wig- - payment Gcrmanr. your soul nt the wart boat of faction of th conditiona are different. Whatever ad- ty thousand dollars, in tho name of Stanley's Governor Albeit Maridox, M. G. Snell, bers who might ho called into tho Democratic party together after the vantage she may gain in food and John T. Higdon, father of tho dc-- 1 It. K. Kutjiiii, J. N. Jamauin, IliiEsell service of the U. S. Army. Several bell." Dr. Hill will moko scron Hnswcll & Walls, of ceased soldier. danco stojis in the pulpit Sunday nt liquor is all gone. munition supplies by her conquests llardinsburg. and Harnes & Smith, of Walker, C. I. Harden. 11. W. Taylor, mombors of Hartford Tent aro sorv-.- J. 11:00 n. in., nnd nt three in tho afman T. Hoover, F. (i. Palton. L. HJing in the army now. Tho Louisville Evening Post is in Russia and Italy, her loss ln ternoon will preach on tho "Power Hartford, appeared as attorneys for At tho mooting of the lodge bore. .1. M. Poss. (i. .1. Christian, The Central tAnrintr Its Ivilr lillllR.t Chief of I"1'1 ,3 PlalntllT and 11. P. Taylor for tho Tiehcnor. of tho Holy Ghost." Meeting for men the I. Igleheart. N. A. IlrownAV. P. itwo weeks ago. two new moinbers, Police Hetty and Firo Chief Venn-, Powcrs "avo a tholr available women only at 7:30 p. m. Tvvent- defendant. The caso went on trial W. uml('r arms- - and now every soldier W. S. Dean, Warren Shields,! when ;illed upon to do ho. promptly tfcliwandcr once voted elsewhere slx conversions aro the result of tin Friday afternoon and was not con- Griffith, brings it closer tholr O. I'ettv.W. M. Fair. Q. 11. Drown., "stood up" aud domonM rated than in Louisville, but Loulsvllllans klllcd ira- -capturo.1 cluded until Tuesday morning. About I. charily toward tho young v.ork to date. Tho colored folks corN. However of its doom. to get excited about the mat- - 'to heard, and on J. I), llollnook, J. M. Oldham. Lit.- T. spirit of dially iinlto tholr white friends torefuse twenty witnesses were v. men of the lodgo who have been or long tho event is delayed, tho result M. cmith June ut tend their meetings. lcr account of tho sum Involved the "andofur, A. war can not bo In doubt. Ger- .Marion Roach. W R.'mc" be called Into army service. cf this , 'court house spectators wore treated S. P. Hennett, meeting Thero will lie nnnthor .1. N. Shrcve, T. H.GrnhVim.j We want a good correspondent at, man power must at last bo exhaust-OromwePUHLKJ SALE. to a royal legal battle that has been McDaniel, W. Lanlium. It. H. i Thursday night ot tins week, when Hock-portPattiesville, cd. raroly equaled in tho Ohio Circuit A. C. Ilauirlt. J. IJpsham, C. W. Mason, J. T. Harnanl,; others will bo called upon to "stand Iloslue, Haize- Narrows, Uartletts, On Friday, December 2 1st, I will Court. Tho jury wero able to reach IIOMK HOYS HONOR!:!). Albeit Patterson." A. R. Ticlv'ior, up" and uhow tho spirit if charily offer for sale to tho highest ami best town, and In fact, at every social con a verdict only after many hours Alvin Ross, J. T. !aljh. J. L. Urown.aud goneroslty that characterizes tlio bidder, at my homo. 4 miles east ot tor in Ohio county, and will grate and finally made a 'Maccahee lodge. The citizens of Ohio county have fully appreciate the courtesy of vol Hartford, near Concord church, nil for the F. M. Reynolds, J. S. Ford. verdict for $300 A grand celebration of Its many my personal property, Hirch Shields, Chmn. Just causo to fool proud of boya who plaintiff. the service. linkers for consisting ot The defendant has offers and splendid successes is set for a household and kitchen have carried off honors In tho mutter ed grounds for a new trial but the furniture, meeting a few months ahead whim farming Implements, etc., two work After reading accounts In Uncle Hill officers in tho now army gone, or soon court has not yet passed on the moKnights and ladies will all attend to- horses, 1 Somerset to go to Franco, to battle for the hon- Schooler's colt, 1 yeartion. gether and hnvo n grand time. a M black possum nnd a. or Qf their country, Whllo we havj ling colt; splendid milch cow JerfcSVK All new members will bo admit sey, 1 wagon, 1 spring wagon, tw hinging owl, only our personal know)-'ye- t senl scarcely more than a huu- by Gland Jury. ted to this grand cclnhrntlon and buggies. 2 sota of single-- and 1 set nt of Uncle Hlll'u mortal antipathy idred of tho boys to the army for- - IiiilrtmoHts Returned deo Elpcndld supper, and from present double buggy harness, 1 set or work prevents us teen, or sevc per cent of them, have One against Archie Condlt, crime to "John Harleycorn" indication there will be many to at- harness; 2 saddles. Will also offer A list of seduction under promise of mar-riashaving an awful suspicion. honored with commands. from .been NOTICE t I tend. The occasion bids fair to bo for sale Hro water piano. Will als of thoso no honored, with the raak or the fluent and grandest oter etaged sell several hundred bushels of corn, One against Jess Cook, crime of There is litle just now in the war each follows: 1 nhull in Hartford. uit the photograph 4 tons of hay, hundred or more bushdescrtiug his infant children. Rituatlon in Europe to encourage a James M. neVfeese, Major Inft. in Ohio county Dec. 2oth. It liope of peace. The German drlv . One ealast Walter Dickerson, els of coal. Terms made known on BaraoH. Capt. Inf. Allison purine SALE. In Italy has been eCfectuully checked, day of sale. Sale will begin at : crime at deserting nls Infant chil- you WHUt photogiaphle work doney J. L. I?Wncr. Capt. Inf. tnke advantage of thl.s Inst oppor-tunitB. f. Uia&, Cajrt. Me4. Cerps. dren. but tho Allies have suffered slight rea. nt. Dr. aud come. I will offer for sale en. the S. K. On against Geo. Jehuson, offense verses uu the western front. It docs l B. SULLE.N'OErt. EvervU LlkenS, 1st Lieut. All work will be promptly finish- (Bud) Dennett farm, 3 miles west of 4ft4 not appear that the German war spir- Royso Iclelicarlv 1st Lieut. Imf. of falling t perfernt duties as road Hartford, Route 1. ed. overseer. Hartford on the Livermore Road on DouslaU fNfllX, 1st Lieut. Imt. i it W yet broken, aud until that occuro K. G. SCimOETUR, 'It) STOCKHOLDERS OXLY. Monday, December 10, 1917, the folOne against Rufus Carter, offense there will be little hope ot peace. Estil L. Harnott, 1st Lieut. Inf. . Phologi-apberWe have orders from headquarter lowing described property: HouseDr. Glarojiia DoVTeese, 1st Lieut. or falling to perform duties as road overseer. hold aud Kitchen Furnlturo, Farm- not to soil goods to anyone other Th Presidential elcctlpn Is yet u Med Coriw. ing Implements, Cultivators, Reapers, than stockholders, and from now on Ono against F. B. Sulleuger, offeuse long way off, but just now It looks j Dr. Mc'Kinney, 1st Lieut. Med. Mowers nnd other items too numer- ONLY thoso owning stock In the AsMcAdoi might lead Corps. of cutting and removing a line tree.. like ous to mention. Also 2 good mules, sociation run buy goods from us. As One against Noble Taylor, offense ttio Democratic hosts, If there arc any Dr. A. M. HUey, 1st Lieut. Med. or falling to perform dutlc3 as roal 6 and 7 years past, bettor than IS much uh we would like to uccommo-dut- e democratic hosts left by that time, Corps. our friends, wo havo to abide hands hlch. 2 cood horseH and other and that Governor McCall, of Mas- Dr. F. O. BoWitt, 1st Lieut. Med. overseer. 'stock, hay aud corn. Terms made by orders, and soil only to stockOne against Will Peters, charged ruchUKctts, might head tho Repub- - Corps, j known on day of sale. Sale begins holders. with deserting infant children. llcan ticket. Hut mauy things can Levi Uotcaaan. 2d Lieut. Inf. AM. ASS'N., For Sale or Trade. . Ono against Garfield Mason, charg-e- d liappen Uefore the natlouul coutcii- -' at 9 o'clock a. in., prompt. Fred SltulU, Sad Lieut. Inf. S. L. KINO, Mgr. I1AHL1N TICHKNOR. One 10 h. p., J. I. Case Engine, al- - 22t with seduction under promise ut Edward Orr, 2nd Lieut. Inf. lions are called. ' J. It. IglcAoart, 2nd Lieut. Inf. o marriage. to well drilling outfit and one com Straw WuntcU. F. T. JACOBS, Ono against Walter Kenedy and plete saw rig. JUcrctnry of tho treasury McAdoo Ollmore Kcown, 2nd Lieut. Inf. For Sale ut n Heal HnrgnJn. We wnut a nunibor nt tens of It. 2. Hartlord, Ky. T'orry Keowm, recently of Ohio Tom Kenedy, charged with falling to 19tflp estimates the cost of the war for tho Young mare, nearly now rubber baled straw wheat, oat or rye. Will ., - county, holds, a commlsilon of Cap provide for destitute parent. years 1917 and 19U ut $3G,00O,O0t,tire, open top buggy, fine set of har- pny market prico. Tnrkeyi Wasted. (100. One against Vcachel Pharis, chargThis sum is more than one- - talu In a Kew Mexico Regiment. a .,lll .. .A MAHta mm,, njhtlaj al.,1 i ness and saddle. Nlco outfit for A'morlcuu Ass'n., ed with deserting infant children. A- r'xth tho total wealth of the country . " KHt " ,fV. 8. L. KING," Mr. against Acie Wllloughby, I One I'Vr Sale. and If the wnr Hero to continue tor ycurs, which iu not wholly im- Poland China gilt, weighs 165 lbs., charged with deserting Infant chil- alse pay market prlte rtr eMfekeii. Thlrty-rou- r different races of per-niTho food adulrUr;iMf,n bi nnh.- geoKO, (llU'k nml guineas. ' jit oi'-- ' nil tho wmlth of tho conn- - with elx plea. Hired by full blooded dren. bought lu'Ji- ,! tho eacoud. Lib- ,1 t '!''"' Utr-- i ( ' ,ue ir n'U1' . ' Ast'n., . .,. i.i Aivfrh.au Tho rnd Jury made their linul iin winwH up. Tho Irv j rly Loan 1miio. bald In .Now York. S. L. Klnc, Mpaarc report aud adjourned hurt stoning. h Hartford Republican. EIO 3 Hi vt Scc.-Trca- M sm I jn. Ru-lnc- as l- Just received from our New York connec- tions. 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. ;.l3.til These Right - Up - to - The - Minuts Garments I are on our racks, and every customer who secures one of these brand new cloaks can ' jry 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. 2.50, $1 5.00, $1 7.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 , DAftJTOlAS A R3KvBB.'fe.'' , corn-Econo- I Beaver Dam, Ky. lini "r::::::: .- r er ! - ! W ."" ."u; ;d a,' - '""" ' mem-Kinirto- n, ! I't"c -- - ll, - V. n, com-rromi- . Scml-Week- ly c. fan-ine- If. son-in-la- w ! i 'w' ! ' -- y m r - rsjnnv)Mi jow flHftectErtW' U'gLULU J ll.f UltftHJ HiU) lMUWgH.,rtyW t vmiPi-Kiim- q i New Clothing! We have just received some of the "smart" things in Suits and Overcoats for young menstyles that are right up to the minute. These materials, trimmings, styles, etc., cannot be surpassed. Mo young man can afford to go without a suit when you can find in our store a combination of everything that is Get the French model Suit and Overcoat sought by young men every- Mr. Thomas D. Cox ,of Kansas, has returned home after a visit with Mrs. Katn T. llarnott Is visiting his brother, Mr. Albert Cox, of Hul- her mother, Mrs. Znrilda DoMosh, at at his homo near Central drove Fri phur Springs. Mr. Cox reports the county, tills day and was buried at Centrriow-SaturdayHanron, in Hopkins recent season In bis section of KanMr. Harnes was an uncle week. poorest in years, the wheat Judge W. II. Harnes, of Hart- sas tho of crop being nearly a cotnpletu failure. Fred Taylor, of J'rlncoton, nnd Al- ford. Mr. Cox sowed 250 acres of wheat va Taylor, of Central City, spent Sunthis fall. j day with old friends in Heaver Maple & Chinn, the restaurant men, keep candles, cigars and tobacDam. Wo havo a large stock of Iron nnd co, as well as toothsome things to Hive Oak Ueds, Springs, Mntresscs, Din& Harrass pave tlie sntlsfy that appetite of yours. Messrs. Mcnvrin up-to-da- te. ticket rcnelpta of their show Tuesday them one trial and you are certain ing Chairs, Dockers, Dining Tables, 1 enso No. :l Kraut .1.50 Dressers, Kitchen Cabinets, Safes and 5 night to tho V. M. C. A. War Hoard to go hack again. Calumet Baking PowWhen in need of anyDavcnctts. fund. ders 05; Hlllie Hrynnt, formerly of Itoslne, thing in tills lino don't fall to call 1 G5c Coal Bucket 55c Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Likens, of but for the last several years a res- and get our prices before buying. 18 packages 15c Oatmeal, 20 money. Denver Dam, spent a few days last ident or Illinois, Is visiting friends Can save you oz. size 2.00 ACTON DUOS., 1.1 cakes Soap ' 50c iu Cnney- - iu Ohio county, nnd thinks be will 2312 week visiting relative Ky. walkHartford, come back to the "old stamping 10 lbs. Best Cream Cheese.. Vlll. 5.25 1 60-I- b ground" to rpend the rest of his days. Tub PUIIE Hog Lard, Circuit Court will probably adper pound Don't forget the Hchroeter Studio 52e will (loan on or before December 20. . Mr. James Davis, of Sunnydale, is journ today, after a very busy ses- 4 packages Arbucklc Coffee . . JIOc in Take advantage of your first cliauce good enough to telephone in to us sion of nearly two weeks. A num- 10c off each box of shotgun "shells. in 5 cents off on alt Brooms and Mops. SCHHOKTKK. nu.l mine. the local nows of his community. ber of very important suits have been We wish more of our friends ever the disposed of. At the hour of going to Will pay 35c pound for yellow butThe best place I know of to get a county would be similarly obliging. press the court was hearing tho case ter and 45c dozen for eggs. in against Ed new piece of Furniture) for your Wo would gratefully appreciate the of the Commonwealth ILEIt'S CASH PRICES. Wilkerson, of the Cool Springs neighmoney's worth is at ACTON HHOS , favor. in all borhood, for false swearing. The 23t2 Hartford, ICy. Half-Hos- e, li Mr. R. 11. Martin has sold tho Tarm case grew out of the old "possum VOl'K TAXES AHE NOW DELINQUENT Mr. llowan Holbrook lias sold his purchased from Mr. Cnl P. Keown hunting" troubles. !.arm of about two hundred acres to several years ago, lying on tho river The time is up! Tho penalty Is Klein It. Dauclictt, or Daviess coun- just across ltough river from Hnrt-rori- l, A meeting will be held at the resi ty for about 12,000. to Hack Smith, of the Clear dence of Mrs. llowan Holbrook Fri- now on all unpaid taxes. I will of Hun neighborhood, for a considera- day afternoon to take steps toward necessity be forced by law to adverus. and wife, of tion of $0,000. Mr. Tom Wallace organizing a Itcd Cross Chapter iu tise all property upon taxes which &i Ohio county. A suitable room will have not been paid after December near town, returned Tuesday morning it rel Tl'ltKEVK WANTED Will pay be procured down town and head 13lh, 1917. i from a visit with Mrs. Wallace's If tiio property is advertised.thcre highest market price for turkeys. quarters opened at once that Ohio atives at Owensboro. 1 and up. Can handle county may tako her place with oth- will bo additional cost, so pleaso como Must weigh Mr. Kvorctt Taylor, formerly nil that you can bring us. Hring your er counties in our State, toward aid forward and settle for your taxes beat Heaver D.nn. but now In turkeys to us for best prices. ing in all branches of this work, fore the time expires. Save me and Ass'n., 'American which covers such a wide and varied yourself tho embarrassment of havlithe drug business at Nortonville, was S. L. KING, Mgr. !ln Hartford Saturday. An effort will bo mado to ing to advertiso your property. Refield. enlist every home iu Ohio county as member Dec. 13, 1917, is the last S. O. KEOWN. Mr. Llgo Daniel, a roldler stationFordsvillo Planing Mill Company each man, woman and child can do day. Sheriff Ohio County. ed at Camp Taylor, spent Thanks- will furnish you American Fencing. their "lilt," either by work or con y li giving with his mother, Mrs. Kllla Write them "2P"for prices of tributions or both. Fencing. Rarbed Wire, Smooth Wire, Daniel, near Olaton. and Nails. See their prices of "Bis Mrs. Davo Allen died at her home Mr. K. P. Thomas and daughter. 1" Ham Door Hangers and Hall iu Friday after a long near Beaver Dam (Mrs. R. G. Scliroetcr, returned Sun this issue. Sho was 59 illness of consumption. day from a visit with Mrs. W. J. KaiajittaHaisxsLaaaiSfiisi ei years old and leaves a husband and Ky. ' I'urslcy at Cadis, KocaV Union No. 4S7, 11. M. A., at three children, Melvin Stewart, of liAH itumitntl f21miiiiiii.s Sinn In the Liberty; Miss Eva' Stewart, and Cody i nil nr in i nrnnnrm n tt iiiii.ww.i.hiiii.iim W. H. Aeton, of near Kosinc, Y jM 'c A ... Mr. Has gotten tho merchandise buslno3i ! inxlA ali the .iwi .mm the Orrl of the week fioai -. iizcU(, ()f tl0 tovvn conlributed $22.25 Stewart, of tho National Army, nnd in such a condition it you do not do milt) vljit Taylor.- - The Srrl Mlroil l'lcklcg and J II to her daughter, Mrs. 1$. F. At- -, additional lu that sum. Simmons is now stationed at Camp your Christmas presents buying-earlyoung soldier was at his mother's piouicb can bo Lad m , Vinson, at Oweneboro. ,. th m-- n ... tno mattcr of stand this year you may bo left out. en' ACTON IIKOS. bedside when the end came. Mrs. tirely. 23t2 ing by the khaki boys. Allen was a member of the Baptist ..DKOKMHIOt lira. C. M. Crowe and littlo con Wo can't get many staples now; J'UIUAY,. of near bavo.roturned from a visit with Mrs. church, and tho funeral services were Mr. Harry Woodburn, "" " D. Turley. who is teaching conducted by Rev. Harper, Sunday hut havo bought early ourselves, and Mrs. E. Irnnt'imfl" wnn hnn rttt 1nt.lrtOk - TlliMli iUrOWe'8 purenu,' Kev. and Mrs. J. """ """ ' . in tho Greenvillo Hjgh School, spent afternoon at Barnctts creek church. wo aro able to show you an attraclu, II. it Ml. U. I. . .nminrw vjliv bofore-thu-wS. Chandlor, at Auburn, Ky. ' Thanksgiving hero with her parents, Her remains were laid to rest by th3 tive lino of presents at No. 113 duo at Ellmitch 8:32 p. m. prices, on most, and not but Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams and lit sldo of her former husband, Mr. Rob No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:20 a.m. Cranberries, Celery, Iluy your Dr. Flcner and wife, of Hopkins-ville- ,slight raises on any of our stock. son, Edward, who Is staying with his ert Stewart. Ito. 112 Lv. Ellmitch ... 3M6 p.m. Dates, Figs and NutH from spent Sunday with the DocWo havo a full lino of everything in grandparents while Mrs. Turley is Irvington ... C:3G p.m. 13t2 Ar. . ACTON UKOS. tor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- engaged in school work. tho Jewelry and Optical business. p.m. 6:56 Lv. Irvington liam ricncr, at Beaver Dam. TAXK8 PAID. Also Eastman Kodaks. It will not, Louisville . 7:40 p.m. being offerAr. Tho farmorH bore aro cost you 0110 cent to como in and Will pay 8 cents for old roosters; Mo. 111 Lv. Louisville ... 8:35 a.m. ed $1.30 cents a bushel for . their Mr. Arvin' Leisure, who has been It you have scut money by mail to spend as much time as you please -- .10:00 a. m. corn. 12 cents for stags; 15 c for hens pay tax at Camp Taylor for sometime, has and have" not received receipt loking over our line, and we beg you cents; gceso Lv. Irvington ...10:40 a.m. been roleascd from service, and has' and sprlngcra; ducka 14 it is because we are several hundred at least to do that. 1:04 p. ni. 11' cents balanco of thiB week. Ttev. II. T. Harper is conducting a returned to his homo at Ceralvo. Ar. Ellmitch letters behind in answering our mail. J. II. TAPPA.V, W. E. ELLIS & BltO., M., H. .S K. It. K. TOIE TAUI.E. lirotracted meeting at Nocreek this Ho patient. Jeweler and Optician, Hartford, ICy. No. 115 week. South Dound, Mr. Wado Stratton, of Hartford, S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. Hartford, Ky. 0:05 a in. Duo at Hartford Uouto 5, has moved to Cromwell, Woodburn, of Iloek- whero ho has a position with Keown No. 114 Mr. Harry Mr. Will Brown, who was reared North Hound, C.45 p, m. port, was among our visitors this & Westcrfleld, tobacco merchants. Duo at Hartford in Ohio county near Hopewell, was (Hoth "Mfxed" Trains.) killed by an automobile in Louisville icek. remains were Palestine Coots lias sold his farm last week, and bin II. r A .' l.n'ii'li. nf r!rn1i!im WflR brought to his old homo for burial, I. Miller, for ..' .. .. . ...near Sunydalo to J. In '..' Sunday. Ittfvs. J. T. Hushing and W. uanioru luomn. cauniK iu $1,350, nnd has bought fomo addi friends A. Grant conducted tho funeral sertional tdnfres in the Tom Davis farm. Personal News I vices. Mr. Brown leaves a wife and Henry liarson and daughter, Mrs. two children. Mr. Charlie Williams, bookkeeper Miss Mary Austin, were iu Louisville and Social Euents. at Taylor Mines, has resigned his last neck. Mrs. Tom Hosca died at her home position at thnt place, and will aco near Cromwell Wednesday, of tuber" Mr. Cary Crowdor, merchant and cept a similar position at Stone, Ky. culosis, after a long illness. She Bee Eck Itial for Ktndllng Wood. pobtmaster at Ilorton. was in twon leaves a husband and two small girls. Mesdames Oswald Hockor and Ray Mr Hosoa wa8 cm,oycil on B0Vern- Wvd ues day. Hawkins, of Bennetts, havo gone to ment work in Michigan when he Mrs. W. II. Harnes wcut to Owns-bur- n Tuesday. Hrbrt Tark aud his son. of the Louisville to bo near their husbands learned ot his wife's death, and reach Clear Hun neighborhood, havo pneu who are soldiering at Camp Tay- ed home last night. lor. The KiMcal Court wet in call ses-U- n monia fever. yesterday. Write today for our special prices, We can make Sugar Is getting scarco and it will ACTON BnOS. will pay 42 cents Mr Hookei. Williams hasTMigmed be only a short time before we will quick shipments Mr. Stevt May w6t a busings in in trad for egts during me uaiance hs position as guard at the have to limit our eustomers. We Uort Refcrnatory and will engag la the wetk. etrtnwn Monday. now have plenty of sugar ou hand, the snare profitable tulutsg of farm- - and we suggest that our stockholders Mr. Wade Hodge has sold his res - jBe liar's Crecerywlll pay 45c for Kes (( come and get theirs while we have It. taurant at Rockparf and kus Moved j today hriI toniorraw. Better be safe than sorry. ta Heaver Dam. B. S. Ass'n., Couaty 8ii!erlntendent-elec- t American With Your Clirlsimna gift! Why. at S. L. King, Manager. family, wba have been Howard Mrs. Annie Stewart, of Louisville, by Kvhioetor? ynv portrait D HfJ J unending the past few weeks with Wo will furnish you tho "Big 4" Hangers, was a. guest at her uncle, Mr. Cal P. relatives in Arkansas, returned bewe ijlliLU Mrs. Kate Stevens, wife of Lon per pair Kvmylhlng new, neat ad clea at Kaowu, Sunday. Tuesday. Stevens, died at her home near Hor-to- n Maple fc Chlnn's Restaurant. l-- 2c Saturday of pneumonia fver,and Braced Barn Door Rail, per foot J. I. Ileslck, Cathler af tka Rock-poMr. Tow Harrises, of Narrows, her remains were burled at Bethel Bank, was in town on Dcpeslt Mr. Charlie Cardr, of Fordsvllla, Freight paid to your railroad station. Send us your has rented Mr. K. It. Martin's farm Sunday. A son of Mrs. Stevens was bustnees Tuesday. wus here ou businew Mouday. III of the mine troublo liiKf across the river from town and (dangerously order today. Wo will make shipment tho same day about the first of at the time of her death, but later of we receive your order. Mr. aud Mrs. Talmaga Southard, "HI move to Mr. R. O. Dufr, a blacksmith we understand is improving. visiting Sheriff and the year. of SiiumoHB, ara laton, has moved to Simmons. Mrs. S. O. Keewn. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED On the account of tho scarcity of Mr. Arthur Kirk, eur very agrer- Mis. Hoy Haley, af Utica, is Yllt-l- C Deau Kirk, of Fordsvllle, was the bin old bachelor room mate, will wheat and tho government having her mother, Mrs. B, S. Kills. guest ar his eausln, County Attorney make a trip soon, but we are not at fixed the prices ou flour and mill jllhertv to iv lust whero ho will go feeds as to not make It profitable to , Rev. H. C. Truman, ot Fordsvlll. A. D. Kirk, Wednesday. run a small mill, Tho Kills Milling-nor wkat his buslnees Is. was lu town the first af the week. Company, will discontinuo business Uncle WIlllaM Cola, an. nerd '.I i.ntnr .T.mM itaW.M. ..nine .lawn'""" December 1. 1917. W. E. Ellla Frank Roberts, 'elty marshal af nn of the ivil War, Is very ill at hi (INCOKPOIUTED) hoiae at Horse UrsNck. fyordsvlllo,. was in town yesterday "'" "ciiiingu nuur, uruu ifr. TMt.vllln Hiin.Iv n fmoml a P""" lor wneat on me same j few fconrs will. 1.1b friends hoforo tak- - antl ,.. ,,.,, .. "Vm Mr. basis us did tiio fctiia Mlline Lo. An effort Is IioIuk made to orfinnlro Illu. FORDSViLLE, KY nr " 11 r f'lrson visited relatives Wilson. Wiumocr "ru , '. . . . .. . .1 f. i' n ) I'iU1 ' . r ...!.. ...it f I Mini, .j lirun. 11' llrt AT.rf,!fill C i .! Mr. E. S. Harnes died of pneumonia . MIhs Evelyn Hnrk, of Snnnydalr, Mr and Mrs. Gnrflolil Howo, of ('Mitral drove, nro vIMtlng relatives who 1ms been recently employed n a stenographer In Wont Virginia, lia-3- . Id McLean county thin woo):. been appointed to a civil service po- Depart- Mr, (Irorgo Jones, laltf cnndldnto altlon In the Agricultural for (ho Republican nomination (or incut at Washington. Sheriff, vr8 In town yeutcrdny. Ollbcrt, a son of Mr. W. I. Drown, of near lloekport, wan accidentally Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hnzclwood aro shot through tho shoulder one day at Fulls of Rough visiting tliclr lust week, but tho wound 13 thought to be not necessarily dangerous. daughter, Urn. Wiley Wllloughby. Wo will pay 22c for turkeys tho hakinco of this week. Tho above prices aro for good turkeys' only, Hcna must weigh S lbs. or better Toiiih 12 lbs. or better. Will nay 41c per ilcizon for eggs any day this week. Will pay more for turks and eggs if tho market Justifies. W. E. ELLIS & DUO., Hartford, Ky. CASH! CASH! AND NOTHING IWT CASH For the first EIGHT DAYS Iu DECEMBER wo will mnko you thes.i prices at the storo lor CASH; will bo more ir you wnnt thorn delivered: 1 bbl. extra Fancy Patent Flour, sort whVat, tho best Jjl 1. 15. extra Fancy Patent Flour, sort wheat, the boat i!.8. 1 keg (any sizo) Nails n.oo 1 ton Mix Fend yon pay tho freight I2.50 Mi-1- 0 Crackers, by the box, per lb. pounds Pink Ueans !.: 10 pounds Illco )l.c 10 pounds Peaborry Coffee.. 2.0O 10 pounds French Breakfast.. 1.1." 10 pounds Keg Soda .t."c 1 case No. .1 hand pack Tomatoes :t.r 1 case good Corn 3.20 1 case GOOD Peas .1.20 .... where. Complete line of Brown English er Shoes. The newest young men's Hats, plain or scratch felt. Latest style Caps plain or fancies. the late plaids. Macinaw Coats Ties, and Select line of Collars. Young man, when considering your, Spend your winter togery, think of CASH at home, and remember that pays to trade with a house that saves you money. ! J post-niiiKl- er "TEN frm to-da- A ,a3sra5SCTCTvvitt i WARNIN-GTHIS WAR m 11 .- w ed Hartford Republican, l. ML-im- ..". ""'"" ar ir ... ",.,,. AMERICAN WOVEN! : I Wire Fencing THE BEST MADE i l Barbed Wire, Smooth Fencing Wire, Nails ff Big Four" Flexible Barn Hangers I a Reputation" "The Hanger t t rt 9 I ! I "' Fordsville Planing Mill Company ; ... c. - r i . Jake M JTU ' 5 f Farm Department Wisconsin 1ms extended Us provision rolatlro to rolzuro of para'In violation of Ramu phernalia laws to Include nutomohllcs, which, when usod by persona bunting mny bo confiscated by conservation ofllcors. K.lOIVTfl CAPHICH r P1UTAT1IS HNItUniT, OF KCfJAK HKICHIIAM AKD TUT St'AHClTT 1IKUK ul Me-pall- y, Women runners Orpinlzc Women who are fanning 11ml beln and Inspiration from woman farmers' organizations. Tho first organization of this knd, so far as known, was founded in Missouri in 1911. Four years later tho Iowa Woman Farmers' Club was organized at tho Iowa Statu Collego of Agriculture. A large number of successful woman farmers are members of organizations encouraging intorcU in farming n3 a profession for womeu. Tho Buwith reau of Markets is and furnishing information regarding such organization!). "Left-ove- r Ihem with utilized ay combining moro highly Savored foodi, examples of such combinations bolnc oatmeal fish cakes, and eroquottos or loaves of coreali and nts. Cold cereals, when ombinod with tustard and fruit, also form the basis of a nutritious and palatablo doskort. breakfast ceroils may be My M. It. M. Some sections of tho Ifnitnd States nre temporarily short of nupir I'cnr may havo known you la Hf, Privates Kurlr.lit tirefbata and bocnuso tho Nation Is partially fillniirirt TliogIit. Ilayl ing tho Impcratlvo needs ot'thc A largo ninount of good food in and Is supplying sugar for It First to fnll In tho crnel Mrlfo, alua-lil- o potatoes, Including most of tho ".Somewhere In France," far away. troops In Franco. In 1917 tho Unlt-- l mlnurat element, is wasted by exported over IS times Making cd StnteH has ordinary methods or pooling. as much, as It had averaged In tho tint tho whole world knows yon now, in tho Jackets" nlso means a loss (if I'rivatrs Enright, Gresanm and threo years preceding tho war. tho jacket is not calcn), slnco much liny! Tho world's sugar crop for 19IG-191- 7 of tha meat of tho potatoes stickn to was nearly 1,900,000 tons less Soldiers threo, wo aro thinking hotr tho stiffened skin and Is discarded. A greater You fell, In France, far kway. than that of 1912-1Hero is a suggestion mado by the shortage, however, affects tho Euro AgriUnited States Department of pean utiles because their own pro- You have llred? It matters not culture for reducing tho discarded duction has been greatly cut, and I'rlv.itps Enrlght, tiresbain and nortlon of tho potato to a minimum: prior to tho war Germany and AusHay! An Kcotiomlwil Way to 1V1 1'otntoon. tria exported each year approximate- This wo know In a hallowed spot potatoes in n vessel Drop washed times You sleep. In Fraucc, far away. ly 1,722,006 tons. lu pro-wof rapidly boiling water and allow Knglnml received C4 per cent of bur Keinovo them to remain 10 minutes, total sugar supply from the central es, we seem to know yon wall, and strip the thin skin as when po powers, which Is now supplied from and Privates Eurlght, firw-bnthorough cook tatoes aro peeled nftor Hay! the United States sources. ing by boiling. The potatoes will While European allies arc bclnp And we thank you, and kirns yu,wh still be practically raw and may be materially aliped with sugar from fell, handled like raw peeled potatoes in the United States, they are far from Hcroos, In France, far away. any dish, as scalloped, preparing Louisville, Ky. getting more than their share at the French or (Jerman fried potatoes, po nvtmnaA nt ttm rttlenna who mirp In tato chips, etc. ja while may havo to drink his of- - SOCOIUIO IB KOf.IK WZB Ono cxcollcnt way to cook tho sk'in- - feo unsweetened. The avcraee con AS A COUNTY, Wfkl, BAY ned. potatoes Is to hako u,em. i ne por Mplta , Ent. ot , cntlro potato, liicludlntj the thin,,,...., knfnfA tUl IWflf wrta mnrA th&.ii ' m -.m. ... nl-ll- en 3. ar 1W rr 7 ""i wr -- tjCT i.. i t 'UVv.- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law ic HAItTFOUD, KY. Will pmutlvii his proftAliin In vhir CommorcisJ ivnd adjoining jnnd Olmiiml l'itlei a flpeclnlty ,Jn j mum 7&&&er Int. tioteli In a city wtirre e'-o- t bounJ, the Pewiuun httit Ui countrymen. mrnm mimmtiW, ;d.EJAYLOiTc.E. It it fir.t lit tht hearts ot lu Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainao Design- W&SKKSg&ZVra - .!,.- .TI'T - . yri dr76. E. "hart Uvery llarw. lolleso. tr"-imi- ty i i '"ifaH- - !icid;u?r. lets (or 'r ' coup',', toatut patties contentious. School! anil The Towlietan n r i ucJ, ami ir i'ui ii' cxtcl-lrn- t -1 location ..) t.aiua Avenue, 18m a. . it SI. fell. r.i.il.c I VRTRRLNARY SUHCEON lUC.VVEIl OAM, KY. OUlce Jiuues Tovlor'n ('aro of Horse. If farm horses aro turned out together, reniovo their shoos. clean up 2. Make the horses roughage; ao!d nil possible waste In roughages feeding. If leguminous are fed, a little str.iw or corn stover will be beneficial. 3. Mo careful of mares in foal. Avoid strains or other dangers. 4. Hear in mind the care received by the colt the first IS months of his life will bo a big factor In his worth at maturity. 1. The Donartment of Agriculture. department will bo glad to have other housewives wrlto of thrift practices which they have found useful in their homes. FOOD PRICKS. '9J pounds a year. Now the max prising 16,259 square mttes, elatflM This recipe for economical peeling imum limit is 2G pounds, with some lx to ba the largest cewaer of potatoes was furnisuod by a house likollhood or that being unobtainaUrtor United Staton. It is nt wife and tested by tho Ifnttod States gomcn-Drown I crust am, milU WtlWII MJ u.w.w -- -. ... Vf.. ble. In France tho limit Is 18 pounds per capita; In Italy 12 pounds. Thn average consumption of aupar per capita In the United States Is still about 90 pounds. PEA.NTKD JAPS RICE SEED THOUSAND YEARS AGO For Machinery. During the coming winter warmers should give careful attention to the work of repairing all machines which will bo used next season. Also, orders for repair parts and new machines should be placed as soon as possible. This will acquaint manufacturers and their agents with the demand in different sections and enable them to make the best possible distribution. At the same time it will eliminate expensive delays in transportation at the busy season. ( - " Economical Replacements. Tho use of tho largest and most improved farm machinery, always desirable, is of special Importance Where largo acreages aro farmed the largest machinery is the most economical. Many of the latest machines embody improvements whlcU will often Justify their purchase, jhere obtainable, from the standpoint of economy, even though the Id outfit is still serviceable. When new machines are bought on large farms to replace others fatlll capable of service, It Is suggested that tho owners afford an opportun-- ' ity to other farmers who operate on a smaller scale to purchase this replaced machinery at a rpatonable frfce. This plau should benefit both parlies. Implements. Dl'.po- - of YVorn-Omachinery should be All worn-ou- t sold for Junk at the fiist opportunity, the specialists ndvUo. first rotnoV-iu- g all bolts or other parts whlca might ho useful in icpairing other It Is usually false econequipment. omy to attempt to use a worn-ou- t machine, as tho time wasted with breakuges and other delays and tin extra power required for Its operation usually more thau offset tho bav-in- g effected by continuing It lu iifce. Importance of Oiling. More damage can ba dono to a ma chine in half au hour through lack of grease on tomo bearings than by a whole season's oxposure to the weather, the saoeiallsU declare. For this sort of naeloct ttiore can be no xcuM, it is said. Operating a without lubrieaUea, especially when h bearings are silshtly rusty, will quickly rosult lu the wearing away of the mutal, often to a eonahlerable depth, in a very few Uxpoiuive packasei, as tnlnuteB. woll as serious delays, also may If machines on caused by operating which nuts have workod loose or have come off outlrely, allowing bolts to loosen or drop out. All practicable stops should be takon en tn preserve machinery now hand. Needless exposure to tho weather should bo avoided, and In to cases where It is not practicable lioiibe machinery when Idle, all bearings should rccolve a thorough ap plication of bouvy oil or grease t'i keep nut molsturu and prevent rust. It Is believed that on many farms machinery lould bn moro adequate', hheltcml In tho buildings nvallitl '. Iv wml'"" 'ftro m plauluK thoin if gpaoe. as to ma-cbl- (My Hairy H. Hunt. The relative increase in tho price of staple toodsiufts in Germany Eng-alni- l, Canada and tho United States, biiice the beginning of tho war, is graphically set out in a chart prepared by exports in the oitico of tho Canadian lood controller. A copy has been received by Food Administrator IJoover. This chart shows that whereas the cost of foods has increasud in tlii3 country on an average of slightly less than 40 per cent, tho increase in Canada has been GO per cent, in England 206 per cent, and in Germany in November ot last year. when tho last authentic figures for were obtainable German foodstuff 210 per cent. While prices in Canada and Eng land haM tended constantly upward, with the exception of a brief period from Juno to August this ear when tho new hat vests weie coming in.the oeak of high vTfja in the United States was rc.ltT.ed in May, J917,Just tefore the food control bill was pass ed, and that bincu June thoro has been a decline of approximately 10 per cent, on the basis of prices July, 1914, when tho war began. In preparing tho chart, staple' foods such as womH form tho basis; of the avcraeo family's diot were ta- cn and tho cost ot this group of com modities as ot July, 1914, made the standard of comparison for oacu country. Tho tost of tho same group was then taken for each month since.and expressed as a percentage of the prewar cost nf July, 1914. As tho starting point of each line in the chart is the price level in each country In July, 1914, tho chart shows not tho difference in dollars and cents between tho cost of foods in tho different countries, hut the rise of prices in eacli country as based on level. its own pre-wTho most significant thing shown by the chart. In the opinion of W J. Hanna, G. ('., food controller lor Canada, ib that prices in tho United States turned downwurd at a time whon this country was tromondously increasing ita war activities aud fioat-in- tr hilllons of bonds. This, ho bolloves, Indicates that the food admluistratloH Is getting a firm grip on the situation and that this country will bo saved from the extromo Intlatlon In food prices from which Euglaud and Cersuauy havo suffered. ar -o- Tokio. Deo. 1. (My Mull.) Rice grown directly from seed grains years old will bo served the Emperor of Japan when ho attends the autumn nianouvers of the Japanese army in Shiga prefecture this fall. Tho ancient rite grains were found Inside a wooden imago of Vaisravana in a little Muddhl8t temple in the village ot Iwame. Valsraana is the god of wealth. and his image hail become so old as to need repairing. In the course of doing this thuro was found Inside the imago a tlaxcii bag containing th" seed and a paper with the following instruction in ancient Chinese char I.-0- or Mir Jorscy, but It Is larger f of three Now England .IUIii, aa follows: Rhode Island, Cer.iticat, or It contains not only Massachusetts agricultural lands, but also mines of gold, sllter. copper, iron, lead, and zinc, nlo vast lumber forcls an I i tattlo ranges. than Delaware, Marylavd, im tractive to a Uuciimtuatiag pub lie. The Powhatan cfferi rcom m detacheil bath at $1.31, J2.C0 and up, Koom vnih private lutn, SM0. $1.03 f.nj up. Write frr lootlct w't'i nnp, The PonhMan ctttarti the people "I uiltvre anil education. to State, War an,l Its 7 avr tatinient. alio to many j( historical irtercit, points rake thn hotel especially at .. x . r L (v " f. I V liVrM J. - MunMartrfu ml r i.ia THAT PAY. kill, TnADt-MARn- . Arb A4tliUiUrvirfU7, K yrAnt u ! trviuti It'. "jUi&l wiiwiia.iK . I .. umh PATCNTfl m nr .,r4iwi m curi"r" " "vf. on iaUduMIU?. iKX-- parties sun on rrfliij)l(i l ai nit v r lie to BOO-fJO- O WASHINGTON. D. O. mragpp WILL YOU TAKE OUR Snvonth Ctrnot, ooooooooooooooo o o o , THE SEWING - MACtuNE OF n QUALITY.) ii COUUT l)lltr.ClX)UY. ooooooooooooooooooo cutfurr coekt. S NOT SOLO Slack, Owcnsboro. Judge E. t'om'tli. Attornej C. E. Smith, Hartford. . C. Porter, Hartford. Clerk riiiiuil.vsoiirr Otto C. Mar- tin, Hartford. Trute .lury Kiinil Cal 1' Keown, Ma-ster . UN.DER ANY llfTIRflrit&C IH t GERMINAL REMEDY A s- - Trealcen! WEAK. OTHER NAME. lUlllL ,BKkw WXVtLJ'Xiim eF W8B8SXM& ...i.. !... for t' LUNGS or ( b-- acters: "This image has been carved for the peace ot the world. If any one of a later generation iipniit it, hf should put in new fcccd." From th" irtistic btyle of the carving and the traditions relating to the image, it was cbtlniated that thf seeds were 1,000 cars old. They were plant-- . cd aud yielded a good crop. Hartford. 1st Monday In March 12 days Com'tli. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days 1st Monday Jn July 12 day Com'th. stub Civil 12 days 3d Monday lu September Civil. 4th Monday In Vovouiher 12. day Com'th and Civil. ' not luiNonn rmllcM cliuln of rrjialrs. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you pureti.Ti Hie Nt:W HOME jott will a lift' aH nt tli price you pay, and will QuaL'ty ConiicIciM it u the A quick rcliet for In lunB FOR ONEtlrril.MONTH frliot tint ft3i GUNSUMr'MUri ck iliif. yoa it col olbclp l..f. nlphl twrilt. farniur ur contumrllon. K il dot you ootniie. 0- Uocr OOX OHIO MEDICAL GO. couuMnu 6ie o Qicapcft in die end to buy. ! iogr R 831 Sho Didn't U.--c It. yuo take any periodicals?" "Do asked a Missouri minister on his firs.t ronnd of parish visits. "WoU. I don't replied the woman, "but ray husband takes 'cm frequently. 1 do wish you'd try to get hitn i Exchange. , sign the pledge." - CASTOR t Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I . A ParatloK. thick, made some ci- A.ln.n4a wl.ltA nt rillnfV "Ye. bo dlscorered 'what b calls his scientific paradox." u'i,.i tc Uib untur. nr "Your sou, I ..ijji it?" debt "He succeeded them." Pathfinder. In arr expanded by denionstrati.tr contracting Express companies are concentrat ing thuir efforts to infcuio prompt and sate hnudliug of all food products of a porinlmble nature. COUNTY COUKT. If jou wnntiiM'wInginitciiliic', wrlto for Meets first Monday In each month. onrlntnili'nUluinic 'Kfore you jiurchuM?. Its K?.y llcrce Sr.vina; Macliw Co.. Orae, Mass. ludRO John 11. Wilson. County Att'y. A. I). Kirk. V. C. Illankcnship. Clerk S. O. Keown. KlicxIlT Ozna Shults. Ktiprrliitcinlfnt Jailer W. I. Mldklff A"vMir C. C. Hlnos. .Surveyor C. S. Moiley. Coroner Dr. A. B. Ulloy. I'ISCAIi COUItT. Meets Tuesday after first Monday in January, April and Otober. 1st Maglsteilal DNtrlct Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 7. ' ' Winson District WSJTJWi3!ii- M Magisterial Smith, Select . S. Dean, 3l .MiirMoi lal IHstilct I Dundco. b. W District 4tli RIaclstcrlal GUARANTEED SERVICE T .t ttnnvnr TImiti. Iloutn 2. Olio hundred per cent Ctlt MiiKlstcrliil DLstricl S. L. Ful-- J value. Special work for W. kerson, ltockport. O. W. Oth MiiRlhtcrinl District B C. Tlch- W. F. STEVENS, onor, Cctitcrtown. Hartford, Ky. R. T. D. 7. 7th MuKlhterliU Dktrlct 1). F. Bice, Representing Continental Fordsvillo. Marble & Granite Co. 1 nth MiiB0teriul District Bon. W. i Taylor, Hartford, Boute 7. J Xf' mssss 1l EPARED .safr-" i i c fm . DADTTT . X AF Jj UJUxU- MCHANICS - f. 300 4- ARTICLES-3- .MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATIONS 00 siennnaomciL toaiiciaseuuiarKiiounK- - jmoouinttri luu raronu Father and Son and All the Tamil?. ot the World'o IVojttwj ln f RHP informed Mccharicarnd Invention- - For, Lncinrrrincr. I ; Tho Skaip Notvs Writton So You Can Understand It ("0 Dnftmcnl nnarAjr rtmWiln wtjjior rraiiCAi jtiiiiirrrnop norc Llia ilumn. In U thlm nniitnl 4tffHr MKhanlct (1? I'.'yv") for thn Ilnjn ml (ilrliTTtinltkf)UmiknthliiKSlliowtonuti,tiUr an 1 1ctecrrh OhKUji, 1'ntfinit, ItnutM, bnow 4nnn Jew t t Ufl lurnllnri etc, tniitan In It npfr&li4 ii it iiiuanni Koiun tUmokhout tbawnrl t Our lurrlrn kr rtnimiluu uro runtUiitlf va tlio wutcii u4 il U lor thiuc btw ual lntcrvtin rot) $1.50 PCI! YEAR Ornr trta) trurtioMlorthnMhaulc,0rjtM'ranlbiortitnauSINQLC COPIt'J, l&c r Vre 9rmm tk D4Hr - )r nw1rb SitrapU cap Mill POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE e H.micbicJit nvaAu.t-ni(.Mu)BM1 tfit on rvqti! WX3nKTU!IS-iIJ3SS.'it55r- 1 tfvo Ann n -- .. 'trtjwa t MV.niKMVi i -- C ! Cash Bargain Offer!! The Hartford Republican AN Get on the Firing Line jq ii -- OOKiS the UMuOO VITH 'feiikfs X - ! J .jrvfrffl ; 63sb Sisssser; pntn: wjr "!..i. If U. i 13-5- 1. t -o- Z Governmout loan t farmers lu j J7,JT4,4.i October amounted t practically douWo tb amouat paid raoutfc. Apout durinrr the prvl of for lous In tb plications the 12 Fodotal land Wanks tottl UJJ.250.945- Qt Clear Your HUiu In Spring. mean? Spring houso oloanlnc Dull cleaning Insldo and outside. pimply skin is an aftonnath of winter inactivity. Flush your intestines with a mild laxative and clean out tho accumulated wastes, easy to take, they do not erlpo. Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills will clear your complexion and brighten your eye. Try Dr and King's Nov Life Pills throw Aff tho sluggish winter shell. 2 At druggists, 25c. TUB MKMTH1S WEKKIiY aPS Pi .I'll btis Commercial-Appe- al aAZSSSSSraSffm S33&tam" If "-,yHS- V: j.3(IWM StWiRA' ? fl3ALLTIia0AT,VtnL ..W. ..A....W. ffii n iicn. Mil Sdl'iitroek NOVr.OiniE'J. I 10I, ZIOXZV tarwrewwrnv-r- 'ivnw mtvt 4iW.,;.v BOTH 9KK TOAK POK IV yoa wnt to rurwtd 1 lilire)ounuiiiinow what li .... I. new lit hiuiucu.. and IndcsInv.n.lMI m (I Mfnm (If t out of the rati get on tU Uiios Hon. kM -RJ uyi.''iiTn.-y'tT-. in ju..m nnriinrnAMnntrrrincn.Sul,fl"'1 itfc.iun.r,'l i.iuin r iir.jii. itki nrihitM.i...t.int t w a. fn .a .... n. iia 04J, UJW w ..i tno wyjfifu. vvuat in AIL WVJUM I HlMali 1 I" M WKi- -m Ibpular Science Ii 'tne wort Intf reitlnf and uafut mut'la. Xartll Kvrv IllQllUi Ul.. a.j, Monthlv a., . v rj .j K JJUSlfi'if Cirrt T'i'T Wia-l- " Ry spocial ArraiigenienUi, wo aro enabled to fuiiiLsli pnpom mi this low rato for u HhiIUmI tlirvn. d ono of (liu very Is a laiKo Tho Comincrclul-AppoIn the-- Houtli. Ou.slt inu.st in nil im?h accomnony publLshctl tacit optler. This rato Is applicable to leiiowalt and new bubwrlb-eUie.M al two pa-pe- rn 300 Picture .U for ..&., lct m ht alike. mstfo YO0R OR DUE TO AgrlcuUuro, rU each year properly worth moro tkan equaling tho gross $200,000,000, nrmy of 290t00.0 mpn. eainUu's f ap Accorilnc t tha DraB t ad mice deafer? rptani. In lwpwoil(, ami ttutoaiobilff ami la firinluK, aud In inicliloery. Haw to tniV tliln t at hom. 10 pafri CTrrr month. IncIuJ.n rcMtr rator, poultry rorultuie, automobile Iiop teatr, tc. . .. ... .l.n...ln. fi4.lt. .U la MilUnia plain Calihforinau4 - Cnm 51. BU a t I OT 1C to or Jlto-direcIt from a I'ouular science iuuiuiniru,M, J- ....,...- . -0mM a rear l...tf " i" l.( mU( aai taialUa Uli onlrnU 300 Articles All the new jdru .ad r $ t IiU :nJ Urlngcinwt Practlu ExcIuilrJy. &tri( nfr Vqtl tU Ta.ua 0C:, m WASmilQTON, P.C, M lij ... .I.Ib bu, r.nt W. I 0t rllLt. Im iir K Hf. I Dositho'n HN ! THE HASTF0RD REPUBLICAN. I t'nll i 'fit tut. I'tiuiiuc '.Ii a it..-- it iiTo' ' ini-'- r uilta. pU.Vt.wlK.. Li If 1 Secured or Your Woney Back )) Y Mui, Uj. J.- -J U jK?ai,iVwii tj;-- . Jai'A.'J' in"' nil ll" B SUBMARINES AND SOU FERTILITY ffodute BIG AIR RAIDERS TO BE PROVIDED Wow the War Atfe&ts the The crip of Farmed Wfaor j&Kljty to Bumper Crops. Hm scourge of the fooi , mootfex erf felt 'by Hm AiiH'rtam farmer. When the l.usltunln wont down the whole world wmmimu sorwj T0 lis now, nflcr rtJek sroulif naixTty, MIME KW r wiM-fnre- ahlvcrcd with very aiivncrry hiB renllzed nt comparatively liorror horror at the of tlio ilocil, yet few of the time that within a. tfmrt time the entire world would, In one wny or niintlier, lie iat Hie mercy of Ihexe newest mid most unvnKc of nil Implements of war. Least of nil did the American fnrmer realize that the Hiilimiirliie menace would luive any effect whatever on his alilllty to rnlso crops and do his hit In the line of food production. Hut It 1ms ( The wnr Itsnlf In in 'Carllext day rut off Hiipplles of potntth. Now the Hiibmnrlne warfare has reduced the supply of Spanish pyrites from which sulphuric iicld Is mnde. This milplitirlc iicld Is used In the 11 1 Until nearly the Hrltlsh nor tho aoiiM rpare njuch enernr away from Ui production of high speed, quick climbing. fighting and acoutlng aeroplane, and from provldlnj; the vaat numhor of reconnaissance and otiftnrviillon craft that wero absolutnThruout tho west-- j ly ImllHponuahlo orn front It has been, all along, n flerco struggle for freedom of ncrlal reconnalflniieo nud artillery observn-Itioand It has only been during the ipaat yoar that tho big bombing Ima hnd n chance of being fully utlllxod. intl'.u-turof iicld phiwphute, uttil Two yenrs ago Englnnd produced also In the mnklnc of cninplele fer-1the big It.tndloy l'age niachlnu, ami j.irs. Without It raw rods phos- about the same time the Germans woro experiment lug with largo aeroplane. Tho Capronl, ul-!has been before the world for about two yearn. If there has been slownesa to take full advantage ol other countrin than , theso machlnta, Tlir England have leeii to blame. tact ta, the Flownesn baa been Inrke-l- y circunt-Ktjnepdue to tuipreventable L J w "la, Cl t ttijiSf f j"' Maw 'nltho, Knclnnd hnviug lh beBt or the machines mentioned, and possewdna; Kreater manufacturing: open to Is more dciinltely eritielsmi of having neglected an opportunity. Cmiso Is Placed. The failure is duo In sonic mcas- British aer- The route followed by boats In carrying pyrites from Spain. The entrance ' ure to the fact that the controlled by sail- ial arm has been to the Mediterranean Is a favorite lurking place for submarines. ors and soldiers, and regarded as rphate has but little agricultural nlue, bowerer, this Increase In cost Is more merely a new factor In sea or land .and tunny siatwrinls now ut.d In fer- than balanced by tliu Increase la price hostilities. England needed a separvthiili lb farmer recelrvs fwr Id crop. tilizers could nut he lucludxd. to deal justly with Wr litis nt the vate, the Auurlcun ate department Pyrites Carried at Low Rates. the aw lastrument of war providTheie Spaftlth pyrllts are usually farmer aati tat AtusiUaa faraa TyrJ ed y the aeroplane, which, tecausa ifihlpiKsl trtm Uiw art tif llula u Ua'cid at la a aaa1 war. of tie sreat destructive force it can Spain, tM rldt the sivithrr( uait of ACRE FUNB. THE OVERSEA brlns ta liear at lone Tangos, is anti-tle- d of the (ilbrnltur Cattway. XUdlttr-ranen"Tli faruars ( Fraaca are la far ta ae csasldered as a strategic frel;hWri tnke ub thot yrlUi at nrj Inn went caaiUllta kaa perhaps yau arn t bnllart. kaaw. Taty have literally last erery-tWIn- g ratrs, rrta aimt It Is an dlsparasersent te Srltlsb "roiii IlMelTa tfc pyrites arc arrltl lBlr sauls. Afttr the autharltles ta say that thay acted last ratraat f tat Oarataa army, the toi OnrlvktB. ! S.iTannnli, ( NorTo tfcem of the possibilities. folk, to I!MHmr-- , nud putnt north. entire countryside was devastated. short aeroplane was little mora than At the.e placci the pyrites are burned, Xa IItIii; thiu; reianiaed, bo birds, no tia one has the sulphur separated and turned Into .ildmals, aa tiees, lin crops nothing. an aerial motor car; and no poisoned, nil revise of ever suggested that the advent of sulphuric acid. Later on, ton for ten Wells were this ncld Is mixed with rook phosphate, their former homes and buildings were the motor car called for the creation of demolished." and In thli) wny the acid of a new ministerial department. In "Help Is needed and needed quickly. the rcshlt all that happened was that commerce Is produced. In other this ncld phosphate Is mixed Our funds will lie used to buy food, the ijavy and the army wont in for clothing, farming Implements fertil- aeroplanes as auxiliary to the sailors ix Itli the blond, bone and tankage nf great slaughter houses, and with other izer, seeds Ht e stock, building masoldlors' work as hitherto under- riaterlnls carr.vlng nitrogen, for the terials, and other necessities ns re- and production of the complete fertilizers ported to us by the War llelief Clear- 'stood. Further, the bombing operations in which depends the production or a ance Mouse. Kvery gift will be marked, supply of food crops. '(liven with gratitude mid good will of the flrst'two and a half years of tho small craft Some of these Mediterranean from the farmers of America through war by comparatively The were neither heavy nor pcrsistont their Oorseus Acre Fund." freighters have been comtnaiideereil above statement Is from u pamphlet enough to havo any rreat value. And liy the government, others have been f.ent down by the dreaded submarine, Issued by the Overseas Acru Fund, tho big machine, until two years ago, and still others are tied up In neutral which Is carrying on a campaign to .was not a great succoss, while cerhelp the fanners of France. ports nil over the world. tain authorities claimed that ther Conditions Are Serious. wns an obstacle to size development Fertilizers. Use Tew farmers realize the serious naWith fertilizers high priced and owing- to constructional difficulties. case. Perhaps the aver-Jig- o ture of the Increase In Size. will carry four scarce this year. It Is more Important boat In this trnde e rather thau It would probnbly bo wire to re thousand tons of pyrites. Kvery ton than ever to use e goods. Plant food always frain from more speculation ns to fu of pyrltcK will make In the neighboreoits the consumer more In lowvjrude ture development In size On tho hood of four loim of acid phnvphnte, or up to eight tons of complete fer- formulae, and now there Is an added other hand, for England to frame her tilizer, l'very four thousand ton boat argument for high quality less freight aerial policy on tho assumption that pac is required to move a glcn from the p rites currying trade there will be no development at all menns n loan of the ncld for the fer- - amount of actual plant food. would bo to repeat past mistakes. There certainly will be both Increase U- -a . g In size and improvement, and those will conio swiftly. We are within n tho mark In assuming that a machine carrying a ton of bombs a total air .distance of 700 or 800 miles Is 1m- alaWiMBaiMaWa mediately possible. An alternative load might be thirty passongors Tor AlHien you order fertilizer and oilier MW)00 ere of enrtt, t went, or of miy otlicr oerent It dimirflslK-- hf tills mueh Mie nhUtt? of the ftirrmf t wtHIre to iillvnntnse his Bhort supply of farm labor, to Brow mitllclent crops, mid at the whho time Ive uji lo military service the hoy.s of the farm, Domcitlc Pyrites Help. I'.nt this doesn't mean that we shall have no fertilizer. All over the country there nre small domestic deposits of pj ritis. These eiin lie and lire iiimiiifnetureil into sulphuric ncld for fertilizer use und It looks ns tliouth there will he enough, I5ut tlie freight trade on llie-- e domestic p rites Is hljjher Hum Hint of Spanish pyrites, and the qutillt) often lower. The tout of lalior In mining is always higher, anil the cost of handling greater. These fuels menu Inevitably an In the east of ncld phosphate mid romplete ft rllllzer. Fortunately, n m. Paris, oo. 1. rjo neither yr Clar-ina- na - le-hi- ' n; mn-Iclil- I hlgh-powor- o. new anas arallvg In It atoaaert ae? eaaaaJe cjf rieUTeatna; tlavsseriatx itews euite apart Iran xmf laait ea eoa, arHDB at the sao-m- a ta arerrosw. tfte oetaa of air is a true expreaaian, and) it marta" Mat araay ial eft aai eaasar'a trvl-toii- ai U easle, aatt eveay ialand tewn sa aria4 perl. War thu really daos tak en a a aw aifpeet, now that Means km navrlrate take air have been found. Tbo alllas need an air service controlled Independently of navy and army, and that does not imply, as an opponanl of this development has argued, that It would bo In chnrgo of politicians. If nueh a department of the air had been in existence the 'potentiality of the big aeroplane would have been seen, and the question of lighting Germany thru the air would have This boon dealt with ns a. whole. would not meun that the aerial rou tine (if battle would no longer bo j tinder the control of Sir Douglas Halg. 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The report of every casualty at homo or abroad Is immediately wired or cabled to officials at Washington, being relayed from there without loss of time to the emergency address of the soldier or sailor af fected. It is also at once released for publication in the newspapers. N'e news of casualties has or will be held up. No uji la the service has received erdsrs aot to write home; he has beta ur:d, oa the contrary, to keeo la touch wlta relatives and friends. The forces In France have at their disposal post cards giving general Inforraatioa in retard to health and the receipt of letters and parcels, which may be dispatched without payment of postage. Care is also taken to sec that mall Intended for soldiers and sailors roaches them promptly. Where the loglmcntal and company daslgnatlon of a soldier Is not known It may be secured by application to Tho Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C. In one week 1,674 letters with sufficient addresses were received at this office. On 1,232 tho addresses wero completed and they wero forwarded, 123 wero returned to sendoffice ers, 58 wont to the dead-lettbecauso senders' addresses wero not given, and the balance were held with the view that the addresses might be completed later. rs er yini Flfty-fiv- o We Krock the Spots Out of Thinga typewriters. sons explained 'by Moving ture machine. Seven big partments qhorthand, LesPicDeBook- Ladies and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la 0 Superior Manner. us your Garments and Herri Send Them , keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. Position ment. Write for catalogue. CLEANED CLEAN H Packages called for and delivered. i Daviess Co. Bus. College THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. Incorporated OWEXSBORO, KY. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. J. Petro-Ment- USELIV-VER-LA- X No a Relives Piles matter how stubborn the will case may be Petro-Ment- a bring relief. A trial will convince you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co., Price 25c. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. r 1 1 gwrlMHBB IB !tey p i Hlgh-Grad- e - m irJ high-grad- low-grad- -- j Help The Railroa IiBH ! i ! spring supplies late,' your agent or dealer orders out a minimum car: ' M M,l iiii 'jjiii" ' Mtm KKiKZk iiii1 un n , l""" ). T jfW This car carries 180 bags More tlian Kilf the tpace waited JJMV. WT- r7lFM-r3LJ7-J- He can't afford to wait for other orders; shipments caught in me rujn oi me season may oc ucwycu iuu iuh. must be delivered before planting time. When you order early,il gives your dealer or agent a chance to combine orders. Heordcrsout his fertilizers in full capacity cars: Loaded Lik.0 This car holds GOO bags All the tpace uxd This not more buuncM for Mm, but better Mrvice to yea The csr ThU mtan relieved. One full car doet the work of throe minimum can. Tlie hortage other cart can be uied for hauling farm wpphei whfch helpi you; for the CArriage'of food uWch htlpt projuctr and tentumtr alike; and for traiu-portin- g muniliont and war lupphei u'ifcA htlpt the Nation. The railroad have a doubled Importance In timet of war. They are a vital part to they of our tytteni of national defenie. They deterve our full may give Uieir bett teivice to ut and to our Nation. LOADED TO ORDER T Chamberlain's Tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets aio intended especially for stomach troubles, and bllllousness and constipation, have met with much success ,in the treatment or those diseases. People who have suffored for years with stomach troublo and have heon to obtain any permanent relief, havo been completely cured by tho Chamborlaiu'3 use of these tablets. Tablots are also of great value for Chronic constipation biliousness. may bo permanently cured by taking Chamberlaiu's Tablets and observing tho plain printed direction?, with riOO mlloa. k in each bottle. Ueforo coming to tho latter point, o-- o howovor, It is well to remark In a few CUI1AX SUGAR IMjANTKKS words that bombing craft carrying TO GKT CHIXKSi: LAIIOK machine guns, flying In formation by day at a height of 11,000 or 12,000 December 2. San Francisco, feet, and protected by a mosquito Thousands of Chlncso laborers, on (leet of fighting craft, can carry on tho wny from China to Cuba soon will tholr operations without oxcqsslre reach tho Pacific Coast and pass casualties; and that by night, flying through the United States, according in a different order, thoy scarcely to Information obtained hore yesterneed an escort. day. The present llrltlsh type of bomber Tho Cuban Government has given three-qua- r can carry a magaslne of sugar planters permission to import ters of a ton a total air distance of the Chinese, as the planters said that SOO miles. That means that the Rhine without them production would have war factories aro within range. No to be restricted. doubt, by carrying a small bomb load The Chinese will bo covered by Berlin Itself would bo attalnablo;but bonds to insuro against their escape it would scarcoly be worth while. lu crossing the United States. But to regard the big aeroplane e o artillery were merely as A force of 52 persons has been sent nbsurd. There is another and pos- to Franco by the Treasury Departsibly even more Important function ment to audit the accounts of tho Arfor It. iBsuIIlclont numbers such my thoro. machines could carry a considerable e Hail Cousli? KcutIsIi? Grlppy? force of men and machine guus very swiftly and unexpectedly to soiz. You need Dr." Klng'a Now Discovery some point, or porhaps effect some op- to stop that cold, tho soothing baleration consolidating tho work pre- sam Ingredients heal the Irritated viously accomplished by wholesale mombraues, sootlto tho soro throat, tiortul bombardment. tho antiseptic qualities kill the germ TftfUlo Independently. and your cold Is Quickly relieved. Dr. Tho whole question of the norlal King's Now Discovery has for 43 prtny ueoda to bo tackled Independ- years been tho standard remedy for of ently. In these days lluets aro not coitgliH and colds In thousands y and have commanded by aoldiors, ns lu Arma- homes. Got a bottle v da t limm. It hundy In your medicine chest for That Is tho clilof reason for tho coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all creation of ail ulr ministry, which bronchial affections. At your drug2 could deal with vihlclcs of the ulr gist, COc. long-raug- un-ab- lo Mrs.G.P.Carhvright.cf Whitwell, Tcnn., writes: "3! "I suffered with bcarinjj-dow- n pains. . . Tlie dizzy spells cot so bad that when I would start to 'ifc walk, I would just pretty Was very M i nearly fall. I told much my tiuDband t thought i Cardui would help me. .. He not mc a bottle. . . It helped r.; -- j i...ch tint he got UJ2 Rrcllicr bottle. I a whole lot better. Tlie dizzy spells and lha bearing-dow- n pains . . . left me entirely.'' If you are weal: and or suffer from womanly pains, run-dow- n. m Peel right nil the time. Don't lay cfl from work for days by taking calome M when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x keeps yof troubon your feet, while rclieving-youle. Safer too, and easy to take. Don1 take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, suri in its effect and certain in results. Il wiU won't bo long before Liv- completely displace calomel in every home. Children can tako it freely anf with perfect safety. Every bottle ;juar Vc-L- ax I antecd.s50cnnd 1 without the likeness and sin-- i turc of L. K. Grimsby. For sale by Hartford, JK?,, if. iVlLUAMS, in bo.ttles. Nonf-penuin- iSSJSi f ' I f Used 41 Years g 1 ct H Wii P run-dow- n, TAKE I 0 ll Ub Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere r. e 2 rlfa 0 The Yossan's Tonic You can feel safe In giving Cardul a thorough trial. It Is compose'd of mild, vegetable, medicinal Ingredients, recognized by standard medical books for many years, as being of great value in the troubles from which only women suffer. The enthusiastic praise of the thousands of women who have been helped by Cardul in its past 10 years of successful use should assure you of its genuine merit, and convince you that it would be worth your while to try this medicine for your troubles. All druggists sell it. XlWJUH.X'Iii IT'if 'ITTirTTTC'iaaTIUTrTTVt Succeed when everything elsa fills. In nervous prostration and ftmalo weaknesse they are the cupremo remedy, ai thousands have tsjtlficd. R i it is the best medicine ever sold over FOR KIUNY,LIVER AMD STOWACHTROUDLE a druG" 3 counter. P li 1 tscwcocmmnniauannj' e. fj fEvcryWoiuan WuW Try Carclui l.M pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamRecommended Ly Lydia . Piakham Med. Co, for ten A henlinB v.ondcr for nnjal catnrrh, sore throat and xoroeyea. Iiconou-.lc.il- . Hu cLUd!NIiuty 1umu net rwrr. Krm. 50c. lii 3iu(i)U, rr u.rul vt m&. IhaPjiXtcjaTot'HCoatruiy.BluNlua. mation Sar-vl- o Dtio!red FOR PERSONAL HYGIEHC in water for dauchet atopr pVKIWYn,l,K ITIHM. non.nn down. REGISTERED MEN NOTICE ! Dr. Rtnlon's oir hai broil fifJ.T.-pUndo Sam's Kuol Cominlssl-na- r !hcT laK. . JET -! Tlio following Wullutla bin hui Nmlthed arl h has tnovcrf In. Tht In urging llio pooplo who can do ho to by Uiu local coaiptlon Mala ollior nw hU3a houtat rcllovo tho ronl shortage by burning which wo publbrit si that Uiia atraet aro rapidly nearlnc eomplatioii wood. By UNCLE DAN way bo noUfiott f tholr dulf : nml will rttdy for ectupan-r- . SUtu ot KeaUckr. Tlio "dry" foroos of tha ontlrs Number Five AdJuUnt Gonorul'4 Odiac, country met At Washington Sundar Mr. Mr. J. I, Mortoa arc both Krankfort. to proviso a campaign to havo Concritically IU at ttanlr koM aar tilts nvLv-pmuigress, at llio approaching vision, Hullotln Ma. t, wvj Is daubt-hH- . placn, a4 Mialr Jlmmle and a German Dey Claeh -i nulimll a nation wldo prohibition Doocwbor 1, 19 IT. Must Do Three Things to Savo A To all I.ocut and Diitrict Bitard In amondment. Couiitry. Fer.TMr. B. B. Palis, of Barrstls - zr- -- if A Koutuoky: ry, l tha caant of his daughter, Mm, All rogistranla slionld furnish tholr It Is aanouncod from Washing It was a wnnn evening, so Uncle A. J. Wlliou. Hoanlt) with tholr preaoat Pan went out to a lawn scat under tho 0U that no nioro exemption cases of Local Mr. and Mra. J. T. Smith have reIf It has been changed from spronmng nrnnciics m me Krrm ,lt, nitu now In tlio service will no turned from a trip to Kansas City, suggested tlio farm's name of Oak Lnnoj ' tho address given on the registration ,,, IIIII. Blllle and Jlmmle had been lay-- , card bo that Questionnaires which and Pierce City, Mo., whnro they viscap-- i and rcl.itlreri. Ins for him, so Undo Dan win - will hcftlu to bo mailed December 1C, ited friend " tolerating t he manEnBlanl 1. turod by the-- boys on short order. Mra. Paul Snyder and little son. of liquors, tm t in 1917, will reach such registrants of alcoholic "Snv. Uncle Dim." Blllle began. "Wo "future tirllliftnl tint (iv Louisville, aro visiting relatives here t argument nt school .vex- - phlegmatic Ungllsman does not take liml a' Mr. and .Mrs. I .tin lingers. win s Hcglstranta tire bound by law to kindly to prohibition, terdny with Carl Newman, Carl said very keep themselves advised of all the havo been Waiting Mrs. Ilogerr' par Gorman schools were miles ahead that Yotx of our schools and that no one could Tho people will probably be call- proccdlngs In leaped of them and Hints, Mr. and Mra. J. h. ueynoiits, come up to the educated German. Well. ed upon to take eight billions more failure to do so may roeult lu their havo retuined to their home at Ash-- ( ' Jlmmle pot hot under the collar nnii of Liberty Itonds l.eforo the end of losing right to claim exemption or laud, Ky. , handed It back to hlui Rood and plenty. I ho present Ilscat year. dlscb.irgu. Mr. Olla Wilson made a business Jlmmle said If their education taught You should request all local p.i- - trip to Louisville last week. them to torpedo Lusltntilas. sink hos,vr. and Mrs. Tom Wallace, of Nathan Str.uiso, the great. New pcrs to give the widest possible pub- pital ships, murder bundled'" of worn-cphilan- ncuy 10 una warning irom uus nine m,ar Hartford, aro vlwitlng C. U.tvw , and children, make slaves ot York Hebrew capitalist and process or mailing the mien-- 1 and wife the Belgians,' poison well", destroy . fruit thropist, demonstrated his patriot- until the iA . by giving a Thanksgiving dinner uonuairaj mis uccii cmnpimcii. smoI, n Smh ma,h, a lu,inivS A trees nml commit all Forts of crimes, of In his palatial residence, to forty nej. m.M'i iiii.in. then wo did not want that kind ri, t Terre Haute. Inil.. last hcim i ue Aiijuiuui lionerai. education here. What do you think gro inldlors. A. r Graham and family, of Nar about It. Uncle Pan? I told Jlmmle rows, ware Kiiost of Mrs. M. Sin .! time In Kurope and you spent a lot of Kxccpt for a brief period during Suuitny. know nil about schools, so give us your l!l'!.IS ODDLY STRUNG. tho crusade the holy city of JerusaO opinion." Mr. John Itlrk haa rorontly orectod They a made of possession of the "Well," replied Uncle D.in. (leiiner- lem has boen In tho n nnw fnlxirrn wurohoilso oil Main (By I. D. Claire.) and skill which tn-- "iim Gorman schools are very Miisselmcn for twelve ntinureu ears. It always looked to mo ltko j street and is now receiving tot ao- - v thorough ; they furnish exceedingly vat- - but a P rltlsh army Is now at tho sates Thanksgiving was a ' co. sad holiday for iV And liable and practical Instruction. Tho f tliu city. tho turkey. Meswrs. Hnlwr Cooper and Iluovoi Industrial training Riven there Is probOur in r INppI, soldier boys, spwit Tbanksit.v ably the best to bo found. The schools j, v.as reported that 2.000,000 In my opinion. I don't euro much about the rugar t ng with their parents hero so as a whole, however. we offer m1g of tobacco wag on luiuil for famine. I don't use it In my enfieo Mr. and Mrs. Btuel Shrader rpent you values got no more whisky no Thanksgiving with Mr. Shrader's par-onthe heart. The aim and trend Is to doors were opened Tuesday and I can't nrnko the individual blindly snbmls--thei- r how, We wish f , morning In Owensboro. at Cano Kord. call particsive to the Prussian plan of world do-Mr. Oscar ShulU, of Narrows. Ky . It Is the lies- minion; they teach that ularly to splendid sleep-iI'll bet Ollte James ain't a Tblrteon convicts, teost of them was In town Monday. tiny of Germany to rule the world, and as. sound us he did before ho made to the glory and advance of Ger-- 1 f orv!iir murder sentences, oscaj ed that Mr. Lcsllo Garden and MU Lillie many, in this plan, all thlnjs must give ,r()nl ()c j0nct( ui. Pcnltentlurv. speeches ou hath sides of the war May Wallace were married Satur-question. as head of the ian, imnU(lialeiy heM U1, all itcr wiy; that the kaiser day, December 1, at tho home of tin t ran do no wrong If be carries pasionRcrs. v place, and forward tho plan of world control. "" It's sorty funny, but I don't hear bride's parents near this to secure money foMhelr getaway. left on the evening train for a trip Some of the greatest teachers and anybody complalniu' about tlio high to Louisville. preachers even defend and justify her pumpkins. A The outstanding warrants of the price of Belgians nnd the licartless crushing of . many other atrocious crimes she has state of Kentucky amounted to more CENTKKTOWN. Judgd Slack ain't no slacker when commuted In this war. Thank G..d, ltaan $5,000,000 December 1st. Mr. A. B. Howa spent a few hour it comes to turnin' out busiueas in 4 education reaches both our American at homa Thsnksclvins. an cini- Circuit Court. the head and (he heart, it is Th(j Congress met at Washington Qulta a largt crown atlsadad tlu , cation witn a so, mm e bm ...u...- ' ,,ably lie in ses.... I never knowod of a himz Jury in funeral and burial of Mr. K. S. Uarae. j V , , tain the high Ideals we linvc Used.- - In near u.e ui a word. In Germany, the people are;sloa unui a caso where a nlggor was heia' tried Saturday. Uiey exist for the govern- - yoar. taught that Miss Bcsiie Mason was at horns & for chicken stealln'. ment. while here tho government ex- - j !! from Wednesday until Sunday. Tha Loulsvillo Annual Conference lsts to serve the people." Mr and Mrs. Cecil Calvert n Some men havo so darned much wait a minute," Interrupted ' 0f tho Methodist church will meet "Just (INCOItrOlUTIlBI ' dignity that they havo mighty few agreeably surprised Saturday nli;lit. V Elllle. Say that over again slowly, so 5t October, In MadisonTillo. iwlien the young people cae tht-- i i ? friends. I can write it down." . jl itchen shower. Uncle Dan, snillingly. compiled. Louisvlllo Branch .of the Ked- MI Mr.rcaret Benton spent Sanir-fral- 4 A newspaper must pome times re-- 1 &ot from paying a Ju&t compliment day night with Miss Pearl Tichcnor Monday morning witti Carl, you know." continued Blllle. .cncil its Miss Maude Caloway spent Satur In order to avoid an ofTcnse by com-- 1 "has a very smnrt father who keeps deposits amounting to $3,000,000. !day night with Ida Matthews. parison. Mm posted on the German arguments. Mr. M. M. Dexter is visiting r Carl said oar government was only xho Prcsldcnt, in his address to If any of my friends is willin to'ativeh at this place. nnyway; that It would congress Tuesday, asked for an lm-nan experiment Bro. llayborn lllled his regular a.i- last twenty years, and that it lucrtlate ,eciarat!ou of war against spend SS.00 for mo a Christmas pres- Sunday. ent I will pay tho express on it might burst up any old time. Jlmmle Au,,ria.nunKarv Mrs. Mattye Schroeter and Mr. asked him If Germany was so mlshty self. good, why they did not go uacn mere Bobert Howo attended church Sun- A sugar famine seoras to havo a to live." mighty wicked man who day night. It was a , "Our government will go on forever, firm grip ou tho entire country. comcared tho candidates at the re-- t jir. vm gar Calvert Is on tho sad Owensboro roports scarcely a barwon't It, Uncle Dan?" cont election to tho wlso and foolish Hit. "Now," said Uncle Dan, "you are rel in the city. Mr. Cloll Ashby and her stepson. virgins. raising a big question, and one that Clay, have pneumonia. has troubled me for years. Our gov,.0 moro exemptions from draft Miss Sophia Williams Is veiy 111 Tinsley says that after Thomas i o expenmemu. , ornraent fl on Ul(, ac. given to a telephone constage; in fact, it is tho greatest ex- Louisvillo recently with pneumonia. spent a Sunday in ot leponaonts. pop- Lake, perlnient ever undertaken, and If ho seemed to linvo lost much of his, The little daughter of Jesic versation is a mark of respect ular government is to bo successful, a enthusiasm for his old friend, Chief who has boen very low with scarlet THANKSGIVING DANCK. few JW""S tnust " done, otherwise, to improving. fover for sonio time, is will be appreciated. of Police Petty. paraphrase the great Lincoln, the govIlunley spent the Miss Evelyn by tho people ernment of the people, A Thanksgiving dance was enjoyweek-en- d with her brother, near UXDKH NPAV STAT'TK. will perish. It Is ed by and for the o of Hartford tho young Jesso Cook, of Echols, who has Hopewell. interruptions and remy firm conviction," said Uncle Dan, Op- .. ..,.,.,- - miin) tr last Thursday evoniug at Bean's .. Miss Rowona Rowo spent Thanksbeen In jail hero for sometime charg i from ed with Quite a .number oi his small giving with her sister. Mrs. Vernon nopo -- a House. quests to repeat mar the pleasure of to to were in attendance, chtldron, was tho first man to appear Crowder, nt Horso Branch. ..ml pray, we mast very quickly do the talk. Concentrate on what is bc- Miss Ida Matthews spent Thanksnt least throe things, and 1 will name Thoso present were: Misfces Boulah in court for trial under that new D. Stinmei man, statute that makes tho offonao with giving with her uncle, Mr. II. C. them In th' or ler of importance as It 'Palmer, Winnie ' mg said and talk with a smile. appeaia to na: 'Louise Phlpps, Lurene Collins. Mary which he is charged a felony. Cook's Lake. "First, adopt compulsory universal marlts. Clara Uobortson, Mosdames. threo children wore recently taken to W. B. Brown spoilt Mr. and Mrs. Courtesy is like oil to machinery military tr.tialag of all young men UarraiSj uoan um Murphree. Messrs Louisville by tho Sheriff with tho o Saturday night and Sunday with physically fit before they reach tho Arthln. KlrU( El, Uarrass. Auburn In tho Kentucky Mrs. O. L. Boss. ot placing them the lack of it will cause friction and H- -ard II,, uler-wh- o Orphan'u Hom, but tho home refus$ every foreigner JTlcU.nor Add-- on HKAVKH DAM. Sullengei. Murphreo. friction in telephone talking is a thing ed to receive them and they were to live must, within a comes Mrs. Dave Allon, who lived a short time, say a year, declare vln Bean. Gooddell Uooten. Mr. and brought back hero and uont out to to be avoided. his intention of becoming an American Mrs. Bob, of McIIenry; Mr. Shelly, of tho poorhouso. After hearing tho pleco out ot town died Friday. Miss Elllo Johnson and Norlno citizen nnd take tho necessary steps to Taylor Mines; Messrs. Ormond Tay-d- o defendant's statement, and his prom- so, thereby, from that moment, as-- ! ior ami Frank and Marshall Barnes, Ise to go to work and provide for his Coleman took dinner with Miss Lthel When you TelephoneSmile Miming all tho obligations of citizen- -' ot eaVcr Dam. children Judge Slack released Cook Williams Sunday. hlp or our country, ami mat means no Mr. and Mrs Tom Draper, of Ilcr-bec- n custody and will glvo him anfrom must defend our Hag upon equal terms visiting Mr. It AAH A SUCCKSS. other chanco to keep out of tho peni- rln, 111., havo with our uatlvo born, and If lie Is not Harvo yillianis and ramuy imra. tentiary. willing to do this, ho should be sent Several of tho boys from Camp ' . Tho Ladles Aid Society of the M. back from whence he came." Taylor visited friend and rlatlvi a very suc "That's the stuff," exclaimed Blllle. B. church, South, held "And, finally, enact tuch legislation cessful Bazar on yestorday and also RUPTURE EXPERT HERE hero Thanksgiving. Incorporated Miss Loureno Stevens spent thu ns will make voting compulsory. ' Pop- - served an elegant dinner or lunch, week-en- d with hor sister, Miss Wl-ogovernment is based upon tht consistinK of turkey, chicken and all Seeley, World Famous in This ular MANAGER, HARTFORD, KY. J. participation of all and the rule of' Stevens at Central Orov. , ,aaues goneray connect- Called to Owensboro. ' tho majority, and democracy cannot led Mr. Ceorflo Wllllani, who hs P. II. Seeley, of Chicago and Philwith an old ashloncd turkoy din-liv- e continue and be successful unless wo able morning at Circuit Court, It was deImmensely noted truss expert, been vory sick with measlon, It adelphia, the LEGAL ADVICE FOR all or which was up to tho fcpirlt of the Instltu-'no- r. - villl be at ho Ruthl Hotel anil will to be out again. DRAFTED MLN cided to call a meeting of tho law-yo- n Joyed by a largo number of apparentMr. Edward Barrass, of Taylor of Ohio county at tha court i cmain in Owensboro Saturday only, "Tlio first step, however. Is the pass-- 1 ly hungry people Mines, spent Thanksgiving with his liouso at Hartford on Monday mornMr. Seeley says: "The lug of the Chaiiiherhilu bill for univer Our information Is that the Bazar Dec. 15th. In order that tho men reslitnrnd ing, Decembor 10, Dorothy Williams. at 9:30 a. in., sal mllltury training. If you will got and luncheon was a succcbs from a Spermotic Shield will not onlv retain cousin, Miss Mesrs. A. C. Miller nnd Darrcll for military service under tho draft who, together with tho members g the lending citizen, nnd especially thu flnanclal'standpolut, to tho good La- any case of rupluio perfectly, but Sunday with Mr. (leorc law may properly understand tholr tho Locnl Board of Exemption, editor of your paper, to write personal dles Aid. Tho proceeds aro to bo contracts tho openinp; in 10 days on Veller spout tho new rule who aro asked rights and duties under letters to your congressman and both to meet with tho lawThis instrument Williams. to tho benefit of tho local the average case. havo yers at that'tlnio, senators,-urgintheir support, it will Mr. and Mrs. Ilerchcl Roach mov- ot classification, tho lawyers will arrange such only award in England received tho church. boon requested to assist tho drafted plans ns may help enormously. to town last week. bo doomed propor for and in Spain, producing results with- ed t "I see by the morning papers," said Miss Iunes Stevens visited Miss men lu preparing tholr questionnaires the assistanco of tho drafted, men out surgeiy, injections, medical treatiu .M..KKIAGU LICENSE. Uncle Dun, "that tho Rotary clubs of so that It may i,..vn and Seeloy Loretta Crowder, of Roslne, during Liiii lllllng them out outlined. Tho iiieetlnc . ments or proscriptions. Mr. is tho entire country, the llvest, most elll-- 1 nrnnnrlv ilntnrnilnod to wluit i!lHKt.. Thanksgiving. : , , iinorororo. Importunt. ,, ' Tho lawyon dent organization to ho found, have j jPj,U ji. ('union, 1!L Fordsvlllo.to has documents from the United States famoacu rogiKiorcu iniiii iiuidiich, una nisi of Beaver Dam, Mis3 Myrtle Taylor visited her Rockport and Con- unanimously decided to get back f j w'0 jjao Wallace. 17, Fordsvllle. (lovernment. Washington. D. C, for .....ts.- - ..f Itt.l.llUi, r.... .iillllfitr unrutfiu Thanksgiving. tortown ar" -- k"j inunpotion. Hie Chamberlain bill and give It lojtil ' (,,lllHh w uuymor. 13, All charity cases with ily hero during u,,d Beaver , V ,l,m l.i wutl .I......VJ .. n ....i.w...k- - , RowThe.v will nml enthusiastic support. call, - Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Home, of Uo"tr out charge, or if any inteiosleil with-- 1 ona, Ky.. ara nxpocted In lown soon ed II. P. Taylor, J. S, Glenn, uud A. tako part. ' )'ln- - t0 " !oy ' Ur0n' lK ork with the Universal Military ho will he gla'l to "hiw t,an,( Training league to accomplish this lin- - 'Dam. to visit Mrs. Horn's father, Mr. It. K. D. Kirk, a committee of the llarl- 11. Echols, to Julia out charge or fit them if desired., Archlo IIulTt 'fonl bar to secure and arrango for portunt piece of legislation, which will lUbblts and Turkeys Wantod. Business domands pi event stopping Slovens. of tho W. K. uuis & Bro., will pay do moro tluin anything else to muke us i.achery,' 17, Echols, Miss Llwio Rotors has returnad tlio assistance and tho u re.il mitbm with a common view-- 1 tij, coincidence of the uges of nt other places In this section. this e homo from Louisville, whom sho lawyers of Ohio county In behalf or highest market prlcoa for RabblU, S. Every statement In living, and tuo (iri. young men securing licenses 1, point, bring us buck to sune Turkeys uud all kluds of poul- boon Uslttng hor brother, Mr. tho Ohlo'county registered mou. has been verified, before the Fed- bus loach us tho patriotism f service." jjig a blt'"rt.'waiMi)le,''and that of th9 At motion hour last Wednesday try' Peters and family. 20t4 F. II. Seeley Marvin s eral und State Courts do. youiii,' Udlea HtUo WAR TALKS lirJ, nuiir I t! Tr" io al rory rc-tli- nt ! irnvhr f' 11 M ore C oats M iwiumvivi 4T mvw wnr-rinM v red-ho- t and I ioat CUItS o o o i i jni ual o latest Jail styles. 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