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"Wo furthur think," ho added, "it clearly follows from our numerous ENMASSE FAILS decisions upholding prohibition legislation that tho right to hold Intoxicating liquors for personal iibii Is not ono of those fundamental priviHUNS ATTHMIT TO BREAK TIIKU leges of a citizen of tho United RltlTIKII LINKS PROVES IMS- Slates which no state may abridge. ASTRIOUS. A contrary view would bo Incompatible; vllh tho undoubted power to prevent manufacture, gift, sale, purchase articles HOLY CITY POSSESSED or transportation of such of gelling tho only feasible ways them. "An assured right or possession rnsMM 'IiVii. Allonby Formerly Taken would necessarily imply somo ki'oii of JtTiinirrni, Iviura Prix-mothod to obtain lint subject Lunation. to destruction at tho will of the ndu-quato vitpxtblxcmk Subscription $ I OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY o Yt jy HALlTFOLiD, OHIO COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917. THE FORWARD PASS rrrnnrr r, in inn 31 . ij ii No I nil i.r, r i : in i t,vi.i in turn mum n ir n i ir . y - ". i.z Jcr.VJ-tiifn. ua rfi'rt'' a -- n. .r:.vr 1 mnko clnborato mention of this visit because visits woro not tho order of tho day Sunday, with tho enow fifteen Jnclios deep nnd tho thermometer registering several dogrccs below. We always know that Claude was nervy, but this Incident about puts tho seal on it. Mrs. Blankcnnhip had not taken pnoumonia at tho hour of going to press. - CAPT. A. .1. BAIiNETT IS GIVEN COMMAND ILMtTl-Xini- ) j:j!th machink gun TALION. MAN ASSIGNED TO BAT- i state." The German following their heavy Artillery preparations of recent days. h,vo attempted to drive, a wedge Into tho Hrltlsh lino west or Cambral, but although they used numerically superior forces their effort liniuglit tliom only a minor gain. between The attack launched llullccourt nnil Qucnnt was similar to that adopted by Crown Prince- Rup- precht's troops when they pierced (Jen. Byng's front southwest of Camliral nearly two weeks ago and calls-"a retirement of the Hrltlsh on the had Halient (Jen. Byng previously driven toward Cambral. A like posn doubtless was Involved In the Intent offensive, and for Its execution liugn waves of Bavarians were thrown upon tho sector In an endeavor to The Britoverpower the defenders. ish, however, held tenaciously to their ground, except at ono point, where tho enemy penetrated a front line position. to As In their previous attempt wreck tho Cambral salient, tho Hermans lost heavily In tho enterprise, tho British mowing them down with machine nun and rlllo Ihe in tho fighting, which lasted from dawn until 1 o'clock In the afternoon. Tho spot chosen for tho nttaek was similar, from a strategic standpoint, to that near Gonneliu, where the of a fortnight ago "'s began, .nd. had It succeeded, another 10 t.rcuient by the British on the Cambral sector probably would have boen d a I PROPHECY FULFILLED. Tho death on tho same day ut Horao Branch, last week or two old comrades in arms during tho war or the sixties, and lifelong friends, W. S. Cole and John Lunsfortl, recalls a prophesy these old men had often They wero mado to each other. v nearly of the same age, and since f' together nearly sixty they soldiered years ago had been intimate and frlonds. In their older days the attachment of their youth, by time, brought them frequently together, and It Is said that often whou they were discussing their long and friendly association they would predict that they would BITING UMiKAKD BLOWS. die upon tho same day, and the remarkable prophesy was verified by County .and Country In Icy Grnp events. At least It Is a strange coThi SoTOi-o.i- t Storm in Forty incidence. Years 14 Below. a Camp Sholby, Miss., Dec. 12. tramp in tho Taf pointment of Capt. Allison J. llar- wan brought fy neighborhood, who . . .. nott, of Hartford, Ky., as a company here and lodged in Jail, commanuor in inn uno Jtiunurcu ana wan no doubt time of his arrest thcro Thirty-nint- h Mnchino Gun Battalion in tho minds of somo people that tho 'suspiciously acting tramp was ac- was announced today. Capt . Harnett had the old tually crazy, but after keeping him TMilrlbeen unasslgncd slnco wna Ala- Tfnln.lv Tnfonlrw days observation for several ' under banded and dlstrtbutod among dif tho ofllcIalR wore convinced (hat his diferent units of tho mind was really unbalanced, and they vision. Ho is tho second ofTiccr to sent him to tho Asylum at Ilopklns-vill- o bo assigned to Intho Seventy-sixt- h Ho did not know yesterday. fantry Brigado, rnado up exclusively age, nor where came Ibis Two weeks thk ciiazt ti:ami ago wo flUEsIan f,,. mentioned tho arrest of a Ap- I I thirty-eight- h ho ZrB f uunufui, iiuui riii'aLuu Capt. Harriott succeeds Capt. Hercoherent statements about tho tlmT bert McBrldc, of Indianapolis, soldier Ihe laid there, etc., it is believed he or fortune, who was commissioned in lent his mind from a spell of sickguard last summer after active ness or more probably from a stroke the service with the Canadian Expedition(on the head. No Inquiry could elicit 'any information or his past lire, and ary forces in Flanders for more than a year. Col. Jouctt Henry, former it was thought best to send him to commander or the Third Kentucky, the Asylum. lis now unasslgncd. Ills temporary m duties on the war risk insurance Slot Machines Hit. INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. work have been taken over by a ditfA. Franktort, Ky., Dec. 7. The court or appeals held that a slot machine vision insurance department under Major Harry C. Grlmsley. Grims-le- y in which the playor dropped a nickel has been succeeded at his post and got a package or chewing gum, with tho military police by Sergt. C. 13 NEGROES PAY IN occasionally accompanied with trade j S. Fawcott, Company M, Ono Hunchips, is a gambling machine, and Inrantry, rroni dred and fine of $250 given Joe AlLIFE FOR RIOTING affirmed a New Albany, Ind. lien in the Fulton Circuit Court for Six Kentucky Captains, formerly nP 'tiiiiii fniltnnn Mitlnn.il mm nlovvi rn 111 I ,vs v I FHty-secon- d I r.pce.ihnry. Protects Holy Places. (leu Allenby. coniiiiander of tho UrlM-- h forces In Palestine, bus Jerusa'em and tnken over con-jrof the Holy- - City. Tho populaco tho British coniiiiander Itrcfti-In a proclamation ho told the inlml.l.ants that all snered buildings mil holy places would be protected .mil maintained. Meanwhile tho Britarmy continues Its successful ish operations in Palestine, having captured several additional positions from tho Turks. Twcnty-on- o British merchantmen wore sunk by mines or submarines : ist week, us against boventoen tho previous week. cor-.liall- y. on-ti'i- .i! ol ROL RILEY'S YARN. llol Illley says next timo he goes a yarning he wants to be suro there ira no preachers around. Hoi tells this ono: "I was telling a party of friend that I had tho smartest dog I told thoni when I in tho country. wout hunting with a rifle tho do? Tfiiuld do no work but tree squirrels; that U I took a shot gun ho would ttontion to nollilnc but birds, ir I did not take a gun h wnuld run uothlue but rabbits. I paussJ for conimeuts when a preaeh-o- r butted In with, 'that doc is just mndlocr. A common cur has an Why, baieiltary notion of guns. nly a few days ago I got out my rani aad rod to go fishiug, and when my dog refused to answer my call 1 went to look Tor hlra and found him in tha back lot digging angla worms.' I'll never tell another on when thera is a Parson around." LAW lMlOHIMTIXG LIQUOK FOlt PKItSONAL I'HR UIMIKL1) Washlngton, Dec. 10. With a decision upholding the Idaho prohibition law, the supreme court today gavo an opinion which muy bo ono of victories for tin most "bono dry" prohibition yet recorded. It was held that u citizen has no constitutional right to possess liquors lor ills personal use ir a statu wishej to forbid it. Justice Mclto) nobis, who gave tho cnurt'8 opinion that a .state "has power nbsolutoly to prohibit manun facture, gift, purchase, salo or of IntoxicatlcA liquors trans-yutatlo- ly and unassigned. of tho Third, remain Many guard and reserve officers have WAIi WORK FOR CONVICTS. A light snow began falling early in been expecting promotions Tor tho I II. CJoriiuin & Co., of Virginia Take the evening Friday and later grew inKXECUTION. May Uo P.obatii.n Gangs, Both at Past month- - but tho word camo from Kutlic Pool at Prices Hauling to a winter storm of remarkable sedivision headquarters that no ad- 1 Homo and Abroad. Krom !?1 to $'M. verity. Saturday morning snow had vancementa to a certain rank would fallen to a depth of about rourteeii New York, Dec. 10. Plans to lake bo mado untU vacancies exist. San kntonlo, Texas, Dec. 11. The tobacco pools of Ohio and inches, and tho tomperaturo had deTllO many local friends of Capt. Daviess counties wns sold late yes- scended to tho zero mark. For scv-or- Thirteeijyncgroes, soldiers o'f the rnnvlPts frnn. l,rl,l.1 nrlsnn ivnllJ Twenty-fourt- h & United States Infan- aml put them to work to nid.tho gov iirnott will bo pleased to learn of terday afternoon to P. It. Gorman went days tho thcrmomoter 'nls .assignment to a command again, Co., for prices ranging from eleven steadily down until It reached tho try, woro iiangod cimultaneously at crnmont in tho prosecution of tho in expiation of their war are to be worked out at a coher as ho has been without a command, hundred. romarkablo low record or 14 below dawn to twenty dollars ptr honvas"Cap-talnmurder of Houston citizens last Au- ence of prison experts to be held In .blnce Co. H, of which will begin in Ohio Tuesday morning. Deliveries split up by tho Department, wa3 gust, when members of that regi- Washington tomorrow, it was an a wcok. about county within The storm brought tho lowest temsoou after Its arrival at Camp Shcl- Deliveries will bo made at Hart- perature ever known here In the first ment engaged In mutinous rioting nounced hero todav bv William H. othWadhams, a judge in tho court of "y" Fordsville. half of December, and much suffer- in the city's stroets. Forty-on- e and ford, Narrows negroes were sentenced to life general sessions. District meetings were held at Center-tow- ing to live stock resulted. Many er Judge Wadhams, who Is a member TRLT.S OK BOMB PLOTS Hartford, Narrows and Kords-vlll- o people were caught short of fuel, but imprisonment, four others for short ORIGINATING IN CHICAGO of the legislative committee or the Wednesday and delegates select- no Forious suffering has been report- terms and five wero acquitted. ' In the dark of the night army mo- national commltteo on prisons, In- tho Owcnsboro meeting ed to this office. Much canned fruit ed to attend rt ' Dotroit, Dec. 10. William M. yesterday nt which tho sale was rat- and vegetables have been ruined by tor trucks conveyed tho lumber for formed a Jury that ho must adjourn because he had been summoned rosch, one of 12 persons originally Tho averago price at tho fig- tho frost, and many birds havo been the scaffold to a little clearing in a ified. Indicted with Albert C. Kaltschmldt ure agreed upon will probably bo found in the woods nnd fields frozen lonely mesquito thicket on the big to Washington. where tho "Thousands of men in the prisons on a dynamiting conspiracy chargo, olxtccn dollars a hun- to death. Tho great depth of the govornment reservation close around negroes, convicted by courtmartlal, 'are in complete idleness at this time, testified as a government witness at dred pounds. snow has practically suspended busi-nos- s o-- o die. when tho wholo strength of tho na- - the resumption of tho trial of Kalt-- 1 transactions throughout the were tothcro, by (.'ODD WILL GIFT. light of bonfires, tlon must bo used," he told tho Jury. schmldt and five others here And the county. Tho low temperature or the Jarosch sworo that ho was a sorq.'ectcd the death j"It Is highly desirable and necessa-- j past row days will probably destroy army engineers traps to which, at G o'clock in tho ry that all these men must bo put to gcant In the United States artillery The momhers of tho Fiscal (Jourt, all prospects or the peach and black ' morning, other motor trucks hurried work and their strength utilized." ' stat'loncd nt Houston, Tex., and that In sohIdii here last week, very generberry crops for next year, as these ously attested their good will for Judge Wadhams said ho had been prior to coming to the United States condemned negroes and the rarely survive a tomperaturo the County Judge John II. Wilson by fruits and men of tho military guard. Informed work on somo cantonments in 1013 ho was a 'of ten below. Tho snow will bo a presenting him with a valuable great benefit to tho wbeat crop, which It was the artillery motor truck, tho had been delayed because- of labor officer In the Gorman army, Ho testified that Kaltschmldt eu-awatch, chain and Masonic emblem. only Incident which mado tills mili- shortage. To meet this emergency but for the snows protection would tary execution different from previto build rcada and to load and gaged him to go to Canada to blow Tho good will rcniemberaiico was a havo been ruined. ous ones, that enabled tho officers In unload ships hero and abroad, he up factories and other property. Tho testimonial of tho magistrates of their Tho blizzard seems to havo swept chargo to keep secret tho time and said, It was proposed that probation .bomb idots, ho said, wero concocted gratitude for the courtesies of their tho entire Mississippi valley, all the 'in the Gorman consulate at Chicago. And It gangs bo released. chlor during Tour years or very agree- way from tho lakes to northern Mi- the placo of tho hanging. JHo Implicated In this connection C. was tho army truck that bo quickly able relations with him in the eon-dutm and Alabama. Tho tempora-itur- o A. Jacobson, a former German con- traces of the execution NKW SHERIFF'S FORCE of tho count) 's fiscal affairs. ssissippi as far south as Hattlesburg, obllteruted all FOR Tim COMING YEAR sul; August Hermann and Max and carried tho dead bodies to a place In u very feeling and appropriate Miss., was fourteen degreos below the Schultz. Last week, ho said, ho dl- llttlo speech Judge Wilson express- 'fi cozing point, and much Inconvcnl- -' nearby which Is as Indistinguishable j Department of Justlco agonts Shorlft elect, S. A. Bratcher ed his slncore gratitude- to tho magisas the execution site, boforo official In camp of good enco resultod to the soldiers' inounces that his force will consist to a spot outside this city where 70 had boon made of how trates for their evidence Owing to tho abundance of announcement there. will. the order of the courtmartlal had .of the following well known gentle- - sticks of dynamite were dug un. work and high wages the usual . m . o out. men, for tho coming year: Cicero t or tha cities' poor has not been been carried ELARORATE MEXV. NEW LAW Tha men who paid tha penalty of Crowder. of Ronfrow. olflce; G. A.i a vary serious factor to tha charity Ralph, of Magan, and Frank Rob- death were: t - missions, and Ilia calls for help hava -- , w Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Howard, hav fargetSergeant William C. Nesbltt. arts, or Fordsvllle, field service. Mldkir fc upon forpartner's aaase, will been less numerous than well qualified this place rocolved a letter from their Corporal Larson J. Brown. tan tha othar Each of these men are mer similar suasions. Corporal James Wheatlay. open up law oftlces lu Hartford sooa. for the position or Deputy Sheriff and son, Otis, who is on board tha U. S. 4- inembor of tha arm is a Corporal Josse Moore. we bespeak for Mr. Bratcher and the S. Antigone, a unit of Unole Sam's Tha sacond Corporal Charles W. Baltimore. people of Ohio county a business like Navy, soma days ag. Tanng Mr. colorad saau, and tkey will lata aara OWKMMM TOBACCO MAItKBT. Private William Breckenridge. administration of tha affairs pertain-- ( Howard enclosed a Menu Curd whlU of both white and colored practice. Just a little less than three million ing to the Shoriff's offlte during tha ha saye was in full force and effect A colored attorney from somewhere, Private Thomas C. Hawkins. f tabacca was sold an tka Suodgrass. wa hava forgotten where, was mere pounds yaar 1918, with this able corps of on Thanksgiving day, whlck is as Private Carlos Wa congratulate not on- - follows: Monday and Jailer Mldkiff planned Owennkore market last week, and It deputies. Piivata Ira B. Davis. Cream or Green Peas; Celery. Divine. auterprisa. Bill says tha color- brought tka farmers $431,713.12. ly Mr. Bratcher but tha people, who Private James tha price for pryor was to be served, at tha bright pros-- 1 Ives. Mixed Pickles, Roast Turkey, ed lawyer knows a lot of technical Tha average Private Frank Johnson. pect or tho maintenance or the high , Cranberry Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, poiuts and that ha knows a wkola .$16.71 ana tha average for hurley Privala Hosley W. Young. year Private Put MacWhorter. standard of service which has ex- - Oyster Drcsing, Buttered Asparagus, lot of "chloiney ooruer" law, and ha was $2.tJ. The average last InThe announcement or action on tha iii( in this county for tha past . Bakod Spiced Ham, Applo and Celery bellovos the Arm will make a kowllng for tha Hrst week's sale, which cluded hurley, was only $0.85. Tha Salad, Mlnco Pie, Mixed .Nuts, orvordlct was made at several years. success. anges. Bananas, Cigars and Cigarsales for tha same period two years Southern Department headquarters oa. ArPOINTKl). ago was only $4.5. One basket of at 9 o'clock by the chief of statf.who KLAXKKXHIII1 ettes. BRAVKI) THH COL. hurley sold for $41. SI, the highest also gave out a formal statement, in County Court Clerk Claude ADJUDGED A LUNATKI. ric aver paid for tobacca in tke which tha uames of tha nan senhas been appointed Kxploslva Fourteen below hud no terror for rean river district. tenced to Ufa imprisonment were Llconslng Ageut Tor Ohio sounty. a bunch of Hartford benedicte TuesJohn Johnson, twenty years old. The nppolntment was made by the given. The inducement was a day night. Director of the Bureau of Mines, and son of W. W, Johnson, of near Fords-th- o AN OLI HUBSCKlHHIt. supper out at Berry Rial's farm, biid office was mado necessary by a vlllo, has beon adjudged a lunatic A COLD PROPOSITION. on the Beaver Dam road. Itowan new Fedoral statuto requiring all and taken to tho Asylum at Hopklus- We are Just lu receipt of the 2Gth Holhrook, J. H. Matthews, Ernest ' County Court Clerk Blankonshlp persons handling explosives to take villn. Tho boy had been focblo mlndBlrklu'ad and W. AV. Browder mado 'annual subscription to the Repu- ed from his Inrancy. When a child up tho quartet. As our Information blican, of Capt. W. K. Bennett, of Jef and wife went out boond Beaver out a Foderal license. Mr. BlankorMo. Kxcept an Dam Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. bhlp will, upon application, lssuo !! ho was sent to school but wus never Barracks, goes they had only birds no chick- ferson ens wore present. Wo are also In- uncle of Capt. Bonnott's, wo bellove Cecil Cooper. They drove over In u cense to thoso miners and others the ablo to master the nlphabet or count re- - beyond a dozen. Ho was regarded formed that nothing even as strong ho b) tho oldest continuous subscrib buggy and returned lato in tho after- 'necessary conduct of business recently when he us grupu Juice was used as a washer. er on our Hat. Capt. Bennett Is now noon. Just waited for tho cool of 'quires the handling of explosives, as harmless until showed some tendency to become vl- tho ovenlng, we suppose. No, thoro ' The re for.tho license la twenty-llv- o ee why this bunch stationed at the Missouri Wo Just can'f inu3t clous, and it was. thought best to send should hurt! a bird supper at all un- and ha one thousand men under his' wasn't anybody sick; it was Just a cents. Applicants for license hlra to the Asylum. j socUl visit with old frlonds. We apply la person. less It wan because they like birde. command. POOLED TOBACCO SOLD. SOLDIICUS HUGH AS HANGKD BOXI'lItlCS GIVK LIGHT FOU i al ; , n, Ja-cou' ' y. ofll-ccrs ' ct ed sur-feri- nc -- . 01-a- ra suffering gaming. .. court-martial- 's Blan-honsh- lp ,ccl -- -1- 3H ! i I I i I of range and acro the pUU Uonibsrdy to I'dine. srrlv.se there before tbe Italians were forced to SHI niFR fiF 1 U from that strategic railway center. to wh.cit chairman of tho committee I may not even vaguely indicate Ui 'wSW PKOPMt KNOW: KKRI? " PPtTS far '.HKIAti P.tllATIII VNllKMKYP.l.i; : number of aeroplane that were I tent Y AI.I.IHI) (rem Franc and KncUnd. but cah j.i j.ij. ......it iki tr nflini - ARK vap. turnips. PACTS. Ute that the number of acvtdentt VorV. Kr'aing Sun. . was a low e the arersre iota tor day at any ef the bis atlation kam'j: kk kivij W- rf??w Our. I. Ask the irat schools. n, )' Kery G. Wales.) QUANTITY OK JAM Sam Ml paople yo met what fide Parle. Met. IS By man to Kew aajv the seHlera. It will he safe nc I Very nearly 2.- - York. I So many speed and distance STH3T IH.srOVKRV IX MONTW V OP OOI.l) to bet they don't know. ' OOO.not ponada of Jam in papier- - records have been shattered and set Half of tacts may bars acme hair maehe contaiaera are sent to Francs n thou surpassed again in the last Tbe I'sdred flutes Geological SurIdas about a "dollar a day." and yo.i every weak, and la April this year ton day by allied aviators that H L vey. Department ef the Interior r.n o tblak flad lets of people elll contracts department fiad or- - doabUal U Ue best performance will for distribution copies of Profsi.--a- l raeta taai atUI oar the old male of tho straightened oat and set down pound dered Paper ?5. which describes the gco'-og- y '.IS a month, bat few ontttda tha are isaued.atnong oa the official Uooke. Twelve varieties and ore deposits of the Phllip-ba- rg and ovU of th know the iaa B ariatora hare been Hying from - which strawberry, it is slated. Urgi. qaadraagle. an area wet ' .jfe scale, even for private solly preponderates. The soft frail crop joints la England and ia France to Anaconda. Mont. Miclnr, li by far the Italian front every day. as the of If H was already oa the market induntry in th TlW whole aay system of the Unlt- Brit" nd French war oMteee naTe the most important and army haa been revomtlon- - whea the war began reply tlw Jam outdone themselves ia their efforts Philipsbarg district, and siiter a.i.i .ttate entirely manufacturers bad to told are the metals of chief comnu ' Utce tbe war started. oa apple and stone frail crops to o reinforce the Preach aviation ser- g s value, but much of the nn Uncle ten' armies, private is contracts, vice. Pilot Just breveted and there meet the government copper, which is of commercial lar. National Oaard or National www a certain number of Americans Hence the ..,. receives la cash, aa long a notoriety. "plum aad apple." of war 'among them soared Into tbe air and. value la some deposit The Industry in tbe retLiu conhi In tbe United State. 133 a Last vear Australia. Sew Zealand following the lead of an Instructor or sists mainly of the raisins of lit. to food, clothing onth. In addition !and South Africa supplied U.OOo.fOf some veteran a viator At their course stock, for only the hardier vegit.-and aedieal attendance. was taas pos- - fcr Italy. Me eaa he sneceasfally raise j. ami aest to Europe ha get pound of jam. and It a. When ha is GllLaa-f.Zf.Af- i .a aaaa-et- i Youths who had not tat la an aero-son- s supply fresh fruit Jam aT aea-- , l vjr W V v.F V V ' r ir w r p w w - r .w w - m ' the climate is too col J for fruit growcent extra whether in train- sible to 80 months before, duplicated whea It coald not be obtained Pl" ing or IB the trenches, which brinn a; ot Poland Garros which star- - ing. the home. The Brat discovery of gold in Monthe minimum caab pay up to The dally ration at the front in- - tied the world a few years agothe tana is accredited to a half-bree- d month, or II 30 a day. a eludes three ounces of cheese. To en- - traversing of the Italian Alps.Flibts T. wno la 152 found "colors" it Allowance for PfeniHy. eble tbla !sue to be made the army of four. Te aad six hundred miles gravels near the mouth of Gold " The revolutionary part of the pay g had. up to the without stop were common a small stream that rises in i system, however, about- - which moat contracts department year, purchased ranees And In ail cases the average 'reek, of this he northeast comer of the Philip people are ignorant, ia the scale of maintained was- - considerably pounds of cheese, and .tirg quadrangle, and the first worfc-ibl- e allovranees made by the government 167.000.000 between one and two million poonds tzore than 100 miles an hour, placer discovered in Montana dependents. We are to the soldiers' Asfcs Plane neiuroreewuit. sent every week to the ' are thus breaking away from the old the- armytela France alone. ' - jrr foBnH oa this creek in 1842. a of Gen fsrdora s nrst ra- V t in small quantity of gold wa taken ory of paying soldiers a flat wage for. More than half a million poands , '.neata to the French and British was jut of thes gravels by means of i Before vou buy vou should examine our hand aghtins to the new theory that the of tea are sent weekly to the army In for reinforcements in aeroplanes aad luice boxes on tbe creek near the ' ia responsible for the welfare nation made farm wagon?. They run lighter, are made of The Germans had assembled war offlee iresent site of Pioneer. The deposit not only of tbe man in service, bat France. Before the came its own tea merchant, single several score of their best fighting ifterward exploited by the Hope mine material and hut Jar longer than any the very for the dependents whom he left beorders for a million pounds were "no 'aad bombarding oscadrilies on the ras discovered In December, 1844. hind bias. machine made wagon you can buy no matter what uncommon thing. The daily ration Italian front and had struck sudden 186; Philipsbarg was founded Ueder this sew scheme If "tlter&'s In one day the Ger- - .nd in . ly la a body. nvar half an once. n price you pay. t south cf the mine. Since that a wee wifie wafting'' ahe receives i. - . man formations had practically :me the Philipsbarg district has each month direct from Cncle Sam cleared the air of Italian fighting air Wo also do all kinds of HlaeUstnithing and Reabout :SO.OO.Ov0 in gold and :15 a month, which is virtually an Sl'GAIt IIOW'L LOOTING craft, and they followed up thii adliver. SKW 1'OI'L'iaU I'M). pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow addition to the fighting man's wage' vantase by sending over into the The Phlllpiburg report I. a lane. and .brings his total compensation up can't do. 'Italian lines squadron after squadron :omprehenslve volume of 271 pages, kind- Cleveland. Dec to $48 a month while he is la the maehlne.. Incendiary -- ell illustrated with maps and with sugar f ly remove your fist from that United States and to (54.69 abroad. We a make a specialty of Hoiseshoeing and ;boabs Md mM torpedWiS were lalftone plates made from pboto-rraph- s. If there is one child with the wife, bowl- ' ra ned on the Italian aviation fields fcarntilly solicit your patronage in this line. It traces the history of the It u perfectly permissible for the altownce U $23 a month; two the hmw a3d ItaUan aIrcraft rea as recorded In the rocks through children. 132. 10, and so on up to the ers to so address women tosetber. Respect fti 11 y vours, averal periods of geologic time and point, where with a wife and sis chil- found looting sugar bowls. County prench BoU I ' scribes the mode of occurrence and dren Cnele Sam pays $50 a month Food Administrator North today as-;-a 8Uffs t of tbe ore deposits and the sured them. ia cash to the family. wan- the lulian army might nethod of treatment employed for Complaint, have been numerous ft may not be enough to support And the different types of ore. It also rvn with what the enlisted tbe past few days that women drop-- 1 f mm ordcr wve . . vme out of bis wages. pen imo qowbiovq mn;u ruumi. farce tbe Ital.aiavlatlon service with contains descriptions of tbe mines V i ; a.t a recognition , aI. oi ordered a ctfp of coffee and a piece md prospects in tbe area. - The heir own escadrllles. The order went - 'ponslMHty and a bul- - o; p'e (check. 15 cents) and then oi't to all the aviation camps and oporraphlc map. which Is on the Thirty-fiv- e ca!e of 2 miles to the inch, sbowa . ' .. ricpealence on fharl- - or.el out with muffs full of sugar yeais experienee in the s.hop. schools in England and France. 11 the bill and valleys, peaka. wat- abes. WitVa a few hours the orders were rua..;. roads, trails, towns, and a!o provid'-i- i f.-i being executed. ; 'arm houses, and tbe location of i fiits. 110 a month for How to Provost Croup. Headed Ftor Alps. - urothers, sisters and l and prospects. at-- 1 pilots having passed their brevets airescopy of Professions! Paper In a child that is subject to j A r.ionh 'or 'f. ' . c!;s of croup, the first indication of were mustered r:stm ""a on tbe fields. They Geology and Ore Deposits of the any case the n that in Cham-- 1 were told to wear two leather and .He disease is hoarseness. Give ''jbllfptburg Quadrangle. Montana," .'1 not pay to tha de HKV.r. IS A GOOD PliACK TO STOP POIt I.ITTLI2 MOXK Cough Remedy as soon union suits instead ef the sin-h- e -;0 icrlaln'i iay tx obtained free of cost on applii..- n:an more than "wear." The child becomes hoar? ar.d tbf ic garment they usnaly Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th cation to the Directory of the United attack may be warded off and ail gasoline.' tanka were filled and they States Geological Survey, Washing-- f Into prudery entered The Onlj Hotel In Louisville Operatotl on the m were Instructed to follow tha load- '.jnger and anxiety avoided :on. D. C. provisions; by the American nnd nnropfiin Plan. ,rr. Thpn they soared off In long c fs illegitimate chlH onvoys. all beaded toward tbe Ital SAYS DESMAIIK SAVED AMT2KICA.V P1X (With Meals) e it- - for It the full BY THE KIEL CAN'AL llooms wltliout llatli lint ultli lint jiimI Cold Ituimin Water. only' anee, the .' n Eotte of the British machines want Jf 2 ? if it Is born af- single. J2.00 per day; S people, $2 00 each . 75 Rooms 8. ,"!rar atross England, traversed tho Former Dec. For Infants and Children bo' .17, it most single, 2.50 per (lay; 2 people. 2.2l unci) t0 Rooms Channel, then soared over France Neeraaard. ai ates. So in tbe In Use For Gvsr 50 Front Rooms single. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 ouch Years ,nd Mle4 tDe Alp8 aad proceeded "remior of tbe Danishwho Is now In Parlliment, member need be no legal Alwuyi bears Roouii with Piivute Until: .. n... . 9 c raj(ht on to the Taglutmento lino i recent sprech gave It as his opls-o- n proof that they ' the .single, 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2.7.1 each 60 Rooms. (TSfflZ&JjZitZs iwi'hout evr descending. French that the Improvement effected In j 9 - rwww-- m as man and wife Sigaature of single, 3.50 por day; 2 people, 3.00 SO Rooms v. from remote corner3 flc he Kiel canal saved Denmark from r'( to enlistment. KL'IIOPKA.V PI.AX (Without Meals)- i i to to !t that hla . .. .,. Uoiiiiis liltboitt Until but ititli Hut and Gold Itiitmlim Water. !,..- - u... lufO w mi lit, In nmhohttllv throw all tbe bur-- , A a violation of Denmark's neutral- en bis single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Rooms ir depecdanta ysingle', 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1. 00 each by making It torn-- i 60 Rooms He declined for diplomatic reasons 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 60 Front Rooms. single, ian who has left o make a more explicit statement in i bt hind to pay over . Room with Private Until: r.arJ!ament, but outside has explain-- 1 single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Rooms x:f - 'ury at least $15 cd that the Improvement to the canal ij, much more as will single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 50 Rooms i In- -, pared Germany the temptation to , which Uncle fringe Danish neutrality In order to j Mississippi Is a land of romano and interesting history, and slio has THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. ... o half a man's nay. I some famous men who have nad spectacular careers. Mississippi s'eguard communications of the licet j' Kiiropcm Plan Only. Thus lor n ! u.tn in service abroad many fascinajetween the Haltlc and North Sea. who has loft a wife and child be- was found by old world explorers to have a fine climate and Rooms Without Hath, Sl.OO.nnd up; Room With Private Until, $l.ft( hind, the rr an will have to asblgn to tions. Two centuries ago fJeSolo, Joliet, Marquette. Iberville, Hienvlllo and 'jermany had earlier been prepared, j and ui Hot KiUiim Place in Town. MUbisslppl of today. Mississip- he said, to occupy Denmark in case them at least $19.80 a month to LaSalle had a "vision" of tho civilization of Tho Loulsvillo Hotel ami tho Old Inn are located In the wholesale 525. pi has had one hundred years or statehood and she expects to qolehrate hor af war with England In order to op- - t which tho government will add wnlk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a n communications through the great making a tot.,1 of $44.80 which they Centennial noar Gulfport in 101&. and little belts. Tho control of thoo IAJUISVIMii: lIOTEIi AKD OLD IXN COMPANY, Props. aro suro to receive. At Gulfport is a railway pier extending one mile into the Mississippi system Ij wiped Sound. It gives dockage facilities to foreign vessels and make the harbor waterways, however, was no loncer , Tha old Gormany sine ths aHfjgflMsWluJLiaL.'i out by the new and far moro equita- a gateway to the interior of the State, and houth to tho Panama Canal re- IndlspemlblB to iHTW tks system of compensation for doatli gion. Gulfport is thus famed, together with its land connections along the fleet could pass frocly throutb ble taiul. nd disability. line of the Louisville & Nashville Ilallroad for Its accessibility from aud to o ' bslltvsd the vesitl ia tow was a fram all points north, south, cast and west. This co,.iinHation differs I'or Your Child's CougO. It bsoy, but latar became onlBed It Uiat provided In any other law. Tho city of Gulfport has attractive homes, fine churches and ichools, and Here's a pleasant cough syrup that was a Urt suhmarlnt. Tba teniae lakes tho family as tho unit that N o her, fruit lands and every child likes to take, Dr. Doll's HJ ;, KA R, T1IU0AT, XOSK people. She has also about Ttitcl, ho raid, appeared to b survlng tho D'ltloii, not th individual an agsrnsslvo And Fittino of Glasses gardon spots for tho settler from the north. She has in her Great SouthIf your child has either some othsr ship er a man. It basw the compensation on Gulfport is on the beautiful Sholl a deep hacking cough that worries hostelry. to ern Hotel a fine Mnonlo point on the shore. the size of the family from tlmo OWHNSIIURO. KV. Temple also, that extends for miles along the edge of tho Sound. It is a flno vou give him Dr. Hell's timo. Yhile a totally disabled bach- road 'jrof-zreany day of tho yf ar, when aboard that electric line one gots at most ('liiunlicrlalu'h Cough Hoiuedr. the soothing pine balsams month, tho elor will gat only 131 n nlong the very waters edge. Tho golf links, a few miles oust of lievo tho tough, loosens tho phlegm This Is nut only ono of the best man with a wlfo and four children that runs Gulfport are an attraction on this line; also the Military Academy ami beau- and heal the Irritated tissues. Get a and most eincleut medicines for d is Twenty dollar Will gat $71 Heuuvolr. that was onco tho homo of Joffersou Davis, ami which is bottle at your druggist and coughs, colds nnd croup, but is also If a nurs k required; $10 more tiful A Siart treatment at once. 2Gc. pleasant and safe to tnkc, which Is ' widowed now u harbor for the Confederate Veterans of tho South. If there U a dependant Important when medicine must ho If, while sojourning at Gulfport. you uro weary of golfing or boating, why rootbor; but if h lokm both hauda PAX ' ! totally blind or then in tho moonlight ulghtK or dark nights you can go searching for CATASTROPHi: AT HAM RKPOHT irlvon to children. Many mothers . imh feet. DL'H TO CROATS IS .'. R,von u Ule,r UIl,,ual,fled ,invc ho gota $100 a "flounders" when the tide Is put. It Is u picturesque sight to sto men Uolplssgly m1 ilorsumont. may live wheth- i.inl women, who live along the shore who often ut night nre thus engagmonth us Ioiik as ho 8. Two An Atlantic Port. Dec. No RecCALt PATTERNS Ily the aid of the light of llielr torches they enjoy this sport. ed. er lio U married or not. mysterious cruft, apparently u largo ' Furloughs for Yulotldo weok will k riuw?,!. ." VflIrl,fcl "i tl'mpllclty i or disease doubt many find It an economic pastime. If lio dies from Injuries submarine in tow of a stoam vessol, bo grunted all men at Army canton IT ".. .y n'i'y l He hoM In litirlo .,,,y.tl,y an. received fn llti" of duty, tlio widow-n- il Gulfport is a coming city of some sUe! Strangers nro cordially welcome wuro hlghted off the Nova Scotia munts whoso ahsenco inn be pormlt If CiUidi. or""ly l"n ulrccl. Ul'itr btitr, Ihj, null ore oJl motlmr rucolvoa huiiib ranghiK cither to visit tor a tliuu or to add tholr iutorest to that of many othois coast, in tho vicinity ol linlirux, on if ny oilier nuke. Snui iur In cjuloguv toil. In tho otilnlons of the division IbscCAtt.'S IMAGAZINK g from $20 to $75 it month, according who cointt for tliu uttracUuiu and shu offers to all who may wUli the nignt ioie tuDiciitM-r- t uie iuuiiua linn m, ml,., f..M... cominantior8. to enable them to I1 n'Bailno-iullh- on li lu til7.it of family. No distinction montli. 'lnjuable. Ui , lo sharu with bur. - Garble Porter. Ion. according to the captulu of n (.,lrB,mus.at their homes SlilI-I enqueue. ,a,,t,n l'iiiuWliiK. Illlaert, tiiailu liittvwKJii a privutu and tho highBtGuiiibhip which arrived hero from Gulfport is ono of the attractive resorts located on tho Ileautlful Gulf U) Kud, MuiIct, est olttcur a St. I.awnmco River iort i"""'tot). ,cnJ (JVOnlyIre cop, f bubuiibo UJy, o, lnelu.iti.B uuiulilatir'rC Coast aud ruaaliHd by the superb stool panbungor t ruins of tho I In said his steamship nearly ran i:cii)itJon Uofuhod. .WOSDOinil. IN'liliniitPKrru I FOR FLETCHER'S . UAceatt. VoslA brloci into the two ntrango craft, mdther of. wunlcd an ho shaturl UoiowlU, I inJi.ewch.iljeul3cii iirrailum csUIoi-u- . .JJie, At first wliieli dUpluod any lights. MuipUon fiout mlllUry t.orIco up. ax uccau co w, WHAT PAY GOES a veRctsr-- I RECQHDS SMASHED - ground that he ian, said thai tho olld&ls of th" I I I I.l.l l.lm thai h BY WAR AVIATORS ' wouMn't hare to 'cat the Germans. 'on th- 1 'of the republic ever the i , p.-- maun-Ital- a "w jrMit . a sVPw VaV J- vS'VrVF "V l- ,' . --- " - ' v - aw ' - .m- .w re-j'r- ,. i.i ! J"? XL4 eddies UX.l Wa-lagto- 0 S.fM8 w Suits ron-aln- g Hvfib Cloiinii-iHARTFORD, Co ICY. 1r Ma a. $2.' ' In-u- ocenr-bginnin- spd V7agonsI Wagons! W'agozisI bet , ts. . , u-- pro-fac- - S.-'-- lo Wlurn9i , l"mi ln n JJA.B.ROW& Spit Centertown, 5y. -d r 3- . -- ot 7. i - 1 ., -- f r , . 30 .:.. , . . lUC (f lltlV D CdUl '4 Golf Coast GBLFP0RT, MISS. fur-rdsh- nl - ... " I i - , j DR. J. H. THORPE wlde-awak- ilg-nall- y. y. o ad-da- y bfMl-rldd- I '." wull-bolu- ta-ioi-e , l LOUISVILLE 4' NASHVILLE Children Ory RAILROAD! CASJ.OR.'A ::j u tu 97m st, new toa. .jsacv--- V-i.- "'T1 w. t uw ijwiiHMiiWWHBwWWBBWSlWIliBf ,USkmJtr-- -' .. tu .- - ati-- K. r you cast your ambitious cyrs the Mrdlterrnnenn, Hgypt, In(IN n dia nnd tlio Dardanelles, and you your great railway to Itngdnd, ei7 'Job' AT HALIFAX, N. S. in Tim I.cv IsburK Leader bus tlio hut tho ambltloun nirhihike nnd his follow Ing to uny of tho now Baptist j more nmhlttous wife stood in your ; 11 was then that 1 sowod tho WM-uW way. church at that place, and tlio work of ?W" "W1K Mv viier Vl. wxa VMT so vi w wi 3K u Hartford mun, Mr. Isaac Foster, KXIM.OHION IN IfAUIlOlt TAKllS .eod In your heart that bloPEornod in-.- o f UNPATIMOTIC TUMMCNCIKN IIUSY IIHAVr TOMi IN MK15 AND architect and Imlldur: assassination of tbo duke nnd hid IN lliA:KK SAVS StWlJIUTY I'ltUl'KKTY. "The completion of the now church wlfo, nnd all boll mulled whrn it eaw i,uaim:. homo of tho I.owlsburg Mount ria,t-un- t how ciotcrly you Rnddlcd tho crime llnpllst church, given to our town on Sorbin. I saw you FCt nails for the the tnot handsome and Impreswlv.i Tho explosion on hoard of nn Al- llords of Norway, and I know you structure to ho found between Kind You Eave AVnayr. Bought, ond which hns beca lied munitions transport In the har- would provo an alibi. How cleverly WnHblngtnn, l)rr. 1. A nationand Control City. In fact, bor of Halifax, On last Thursday done, so much like your noble grandise for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of wide vaiiipnlgn ilt'icrf!il to remind thin church building would ho a credsaid to havo been caused hy father, who also secured nn ppi-M- ii ,.- -and ha3 been made under his per- ? the pcopht lit tlio country of tliu it to any town in tho Stalo. accidental ramming of tho doomed to rcmovo old King Frederick of DenjCjdfyZpZtts conal sl,Pervision cince its infancy. of priwiillur iiml maintaining Tho architect and designer of tho ship hy another vessel, caused tho mark, and later robbed (hat country SJL Allov no one to deceive you in this. a unit rl front In the war Ik iihoul to buililiiiK l Mr- - Innc Koster, of Hart- loss of near 3,000 lire?, sertonri 1 of two provinces that gavo Germany Counterfeits, Imitatiuns and " " are but lio undertaken by llie Niillotml Seford, Ky., who ban taken much prldo ,.;?erinicnto tiiat triflo with and endanger the health of to about a, 000 others nnd ren- an opportunity to become a naval curity League. and Interest In the work. Much dered somo 20,000 or 25,000 home- power. Murder Is dirty work, but wKt3 and Children Ej:pcricnce against Experimsnt. According I lie h'turuc, credit Is duo to his faithful attention less and destitute. Suffering wns It takes a Hohenzollcrn to make a teiuleiH'les nre ul work in varl-im- o for tho splendid structure." way and get by. d mado more acuto by tho severe purls of I he country, ns evhlrnc-id- , Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Your opportunity was at hand; yon 11! inch snow fall which and for example, in the iccenl eW-tlo- n Drop3 and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains followed closely upon the hccla of set tho world on fire and bolls of hell Clem- A uny Tho Waste. of ten Koclallft assembly turn In r:ithcr Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ita wero ringing; your rnpc nn Ilelglan tliu great disaster. tliu State of New York and in the fuel llowel regularity is the secret of age i: its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has enured much Joy. It was the beginTho loss in property Is estimated that it took the joint utrength of the Rood health, bright eyes, clear combeca ia consLint use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, twenty to llfty millions of dol- ning, the foundation of a perfect hell Republicans uud Democrats to de- plexions, and Dr. King's N''W Mfc from 17ind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcverishness arising on earth; the destruction of noble feat the Socialist Judicial ticket in rills aro a mild and gcntlo laxative lars. Tho whole northern section of cathedrals and other infinite work's therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Halifax was reduced to ruins by the (Ihirngu. that regulates tho bowels and rethe assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. of art was balled with Joy In tho interrific explosion. In which fires broke No I'olltlntl Anglo. lieves tho congested Intestines hy rc- - lout The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. In a scoro or more of places, fernal regions. .. ..!.. M.n ,.niiitiiii1nlnil iiinutiiD Itrltll - i Those dlNloyal activities, the league I1IUV1IIK UIU Utt;illililiattjii nuata t ini- n,jti.1.if h .1.1 ( You made war on friends and foe lain IliA li n "' "'"' -Tako a pill before re- -' U,UM""' hays, point conclusively to the danger out griping. alike nnd tho murder of civilians tiring nnd that heavy head, that dull oc wrought, Hundreds or uniortu- shoved my teachings had borne Hint Is ahead lie the congressional nates wero literally roasted alive elections next year. The- league tukes spring fe.ver feeling disappears. Get Two hundred bodied were recovered ft ult. Your treachery toward neuBears the Signature of Dr. King's New Life l'ills at your e.irc to vinphusUc thai tlnre Is uo tral nations hastened a universal upby dragging tho water front. 3 polltleil slguiriranor in Iho movement druggist, 25c. The titanic explosion rendered ev- heaval, the thing I most desired which It is nturting, but that its ery telophono and telegraph line In Your undersea warfare is a master THK UUKSIAN TIIAMI'. and effort will be batnd purea radius of more than thirty miles rtrikc, from the smallest mackerel ly upon the rn in pa I en to reseat in I'cople were pot to the great Lusltanla you show ab.iolutoly tualcss. who looks The tild "duffor, ongrcss or 10 thcl .i new meni'ier killed more than a mile away and the no fuvorltcs; as a war lord you stand and talks silly, who we reported tvnlnlnti niiiii who, Independent of party their Imnrri mil fnlt 70 Tulip supreme, for you have no mercy;you wholehearted support to bring the lust week as annoying tho people ot tnm lhe llftr,)0r. have no consideration for tho baby war to n successful conclusion. The tho Taffy country, and was brought Th(j TMgol on wh,ch Ui(j esplosIon 'clinging to its mother's breasts as here and lodged in jail Is still there. loccurm, wag ,a(,cn wUh ,on3 aml they both go down Into the deep toleague nas: i ho Kind You Have "TIiIh campaign must b started at Wo went, over to sco nun yesterday tons of high explosives which wero gether, only to be torn apart and THK CCNTAUn CO IPANV, NRW YORK CITV. iPHWiHBijsa g (i n co to ihsnrn the return to Wash nnd noted Httlo Improvement in eith- about to ho transported to the ICuro-pen- n leisurely devoured by sharks down - er his looks or his order of Intelliington of a t;ougrcss which nm supbattle front, when the ship wii3 ' among the rorals. j I have strolled riotelcs of our govorn- - gence. All wo rnrtalnly know about rammed, during a high wind, by over tho battlemum yu pei-n.ite. ,.. v;."Ui ilm is that ho m ugly, dirty, silly and steamship, the Impact of which fields of Itelgiiim nnd Franco. I havo puiintlei in tho United States have country nliifVi,tKd"ifluA,.?rfiCMiXrV.t,n death product!)? 'soon your hand of (Instruction everybeen organized for war purposes by of the present Sequoia Park aro sup- nident of the kind that ever befell where; It's all your work uuper-Oen- d tho creation of county defense counplemented by the Immense scenic vale Amerienn continent, as well as thHt I made you. I havo seen the cils. leys It Is proposed to add to the parkjfnuoiiK tho greatest in point of prop fields fit for prowling beastn only; : no ltoper will U'e theio county counmerry children In Poland now; they to tho publltr orty loss. cils to I'd ucal thtt puoplo on tho war valleys now unknown all succumbed to frost and starva. there will bo diawn to the park ma t tax and Inform them how to pay It. j Ko Money tion I drifted down into Galicia or campers yearly ir "SATAN TO WII.HKLM, In addition to this, a large field tliottfantis ""-where formerly Jotb and Gentiles distant States. force of doputy Intcrnr.l ruvenue col- far nigs lived happily together; I found but tl$frS&7rWS iWlMM tion Guar- When Liouis syuersrop, oi i.rea- lectors will shortly take tho field and AOllen ruins am! nshoa; 1 felt a curious pride Ktomnrli Trouble a oil Const K'llver speeches at Hie courthouses, my pupil, for it was all above my which follows, ho little In Wllholm, Those who aro afflicted y churches and schools thruout the HXpectaMon. I was In Belgium when thought It would attract tho attention country ISlanks nnd pamphlets wl'l ach trouble and constlpat ' Requests from Theo-dor- o you drove tho peaceful population which It has. read tho following: "IK TV be distributed. Terms -- A Secretary of tho before ou like cattle iuto slavery; Roosevelt, "The purpose of tho war tax Is found nny thing ho gooclA'c; vou seprate man and wlfo and forcto tho Navy Daniels, Secretary Identical with that of the Liberty trouble and constlpatlo I to labor in trenches. President Tumulty and other no- ed themseen hard most fiendish rapo PniiitllUalnnnr Ifnnnr l ' lalll'S Tablets. I haV Loan 1 have the tables. Tlio article la in tho form mid Oil HOW for til ii.iv I "its patriotic Kppani is oven ory Direct women and on TnM'VN. ' r lottftr from Ml. Satanic irujcsty committed wereyoung Into niatcrni-'- y I Mnmrer for lnstend of an Investment I iheynoioni rogu forced those who liniL-nllitlt u'jlllla m Infpllfl- - to h!s human prototype. It cnys: it i alls for a contribution. Tho bond tlio were cursing tho father of their I'tivr I mil- -- tho taxpayer gives to nr.d keep one's hi tt.,mach troubles. 'To Wi'IIam von Hohenzollcrn, KInK- Spring and I began to doubt If my owshqhe) . . M '.ion. of Pruis't, Emperor ct all Oert'i can of liberty The real Issue is dilbili." writes ' Infe-n- o was really up to dale. We will ship you a beautiful Star ' l lann for r'O das" fro trial. In your '.rr the Envoy Evtraordlnary of own s ic ipnny and home. No cash pajment required. All we as!; Is tliit vou will play upon, ac fi v ir t, m s against war Indemnity to er, Auburn, N. much You havo taken millions of dol-inua teit mis ri. no tor ju uas. ir, at me .?. . : :;....: tnr, ou on n a ina it t:.u Almighty Cod. 'ne d ibrs. People t: . mid this fact must ho mndo highest Grade sivcctest tnned and finest, plan' in overv way, that you have from Innocent victims and call-"M seen lor the mon jy, ycu aro at ptrfee- liber .y to send back, and we will. In Uiat Wiheln: I can call you (i It indemnity; you have lived fat event, pay the freight both ways. T S.; Stcrck Piano itmust make good with you, anil liav been hi- - fcv that familiar num.- far I have altho cr there Is no sale. 5-1 $. UUfc S2l"J' Pennanent r.ellef. ways bean very dose to yon much on the land you usurped and sentYou SEasy Fayincnls Savo SiSQ.GQ or mors raal owners away to starvation. pletely cured by lie closer than you could ever know. , Vca pay nu cash Wo Mt direct to you from our fectcy, t but after SO days have strayed away from all legali;-o- d prices tbjt ae juu upward! o' $15i).00 lr bs 01 trial, you can begin pment on the liwr- Ms. CbanlterUInV "From tbw time that you wero yot cost of jour piano. Wo to furul'ii euuts; terms ivir sugseateu uy a pians'j' est, war methods and Introduced being In your of great value for . on undeveloped Tlirwi twm, nri nrrdnbvil fn til innfartiirpp. you a better pUna for lha money thtn jou fan your own. You have hilled Vou aro assured of secure elidnhtre. rule Jour comern r.re, and it Is )oibls tor MUHaita hronic constipation mother's womb have I shaped your codo of you f hi y a pi mo for ywr home, without a Kit'.Jfactory sweet tont-- durable hlgli grade and robbed tho people of friendly napiano. mi ..;; destiny for my purpose. mn'y. f tions and destroyed their property. Starch , J ablets and observ- "In the days of Home I created a OK.tcnvCiioranloa I You liar, a hypocrite and a as known Evtty Piano ti 'ao.'iu,"tl,rcctlc,iswUh roughneck vulgar In historyand Nero. hlntferaro atho highest magnitude. J piarantced Starck 23 yean 2p.dHand Sargami 1h "starck i art of TV for liae eonitintly on hanl suit Ho was a character hst rd must lioiutl. a Iarr! uum'-eo! jl!litlj- uwxt Tuu u.rante hi baen yet you You aro a part of mine and a to? iul i'lve- - Pit-- us years of plane of it our 3J l and pianos of all i'ed my purpose at that particular pose as a personal friend of God. esptricp-and tho repustandard makes tii.cn in ex. t lighted witii the man; ex time. In these modem das a elas tation of an chinse for new Starck Pianos clusive features cf these you are n wonder. You Ah, Wllholm, and P'avcr Tlaoos. Tho folbw. responsible piano noie. wonderful Instruments, and tic demon and efficient 5 lcz ara a few cample bargains: wantonly destroy all things in your LI wl'l be pleased with the was needed, and as. I hnow the 00 Fl'QG Ft?US!0 ' YvVh.r ... wry low .si 10 on they can prices at which unfh mill lonvn tinthlnc for enminer n be secured. I picked ou as LeSSOnS Hohcnzolleru blood Steimvay 92.00 'ii New Orleans and my special instrument to p'.aco on senoratlons. Piano Bool; Frea 00.00 Chickerins To ecry purchaer ol you free I vras amazed when I saw Starck Pianos, we Scnl today for cur new Kimball 05.00 iLs4,iajcii52:3axjLi-itisJui'i:-i-'iearth an annex of hell. I gave vnu r music lcMom, in ono of beautifully illustrated plana 195.00 Starck Torm a partnership with tho ImposYou can't ask for abnormal ambition, llkewlw an schools in the best Known iiook tthlch (jives jou a Chicago. These leasuns yo-- i large amount of informa Send for eur latest complete littoral no of egotism that yon might not slhlo Turk, tho chronic killer of can take lti your onn home, tion roganhn? pianos. This SVlil1JJ OSC :A1J1?IUJ "u-khbargain list. vo Chilstlans, and you a dovout by mail. Till represents book will interest and "' discover your own fallings; I twisted no cfiDn nn mi one year's fue instruction. please you. write today. I In tho Lutheran Church. "vindlng. shaded roads your mind to that of a madman with. 1313 Starch BldjJ., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., rosoris teeming with CPrlaI normal tendencies to carry confess, Wilhelni, you aro a nuzzlo amx vf . 2 'OOjK'JCOS 'SdUQi S9AO9 jlng In n hammock .illiy(m ))yi a nl0St .inngerous character at times. A Mohamniedan army, com- sparkling water, th- - ,,UCC,j i nowor; I gave you the pow- - mnnderod by Clerman ofllcers, assist SO'f.,Ln,S;jSL'OQ 'S1BOQ .i , tiling that cans irom rr of n i,y,)ntist and a certain niag- - ing ono anothor in uiassacreing i hi oin Christians Is a new lino of warfare. 6CrlH4(iH$---44i-tV4c metlo force that you might sway your , am ilo I.oulsvlllo & Naslnlllo Uailroad, nfter jou Icavo resnonslhle for the do- - When a Prussian olflcor can witness f" Mobileffi. Is Imposslhlo to obeapo tho Infection of joyous living, even if ou rorixiotl arm that hangs helpless on a nude woman being disemboweled , a t,rt juui nftmtlilil tim1 rt by a swarthy Turk, committing wanted to do that. At ovory stop throngs of people aro going unil coming nut v,iiiivi UIII trtf lUlli iui youth, and ago allko, getting on or oif tho trains. Laughter and breezy, 'embitters your Ufa and destroys, all double murder with ono cut of his r$ uunny. fragrant air groot you. It is moreover a place or bane, natural impulses that might otherwise saber, and calmly stand by nnd see ' g joys In surroundings of homely comfort or of luxurious eabO, which- - cnuso jno anxiety, but your strong a houso full of Innocent Armenians ' 5 door ever you prefer. It is a locality ot uncittnt and honorable traditions a!id'8Wor,i arm driven by your ambl-th- o locked up, tho houso saturated with natives aie debcondlng from holders of tho koII blnce tho Hrst days ot thu llon tmlt sauelchos all sentiment and oil and fired, thon my teachings did white potllor. Thoy make jou welcome with a stately, southern hospital- - j,ty. j vUCCi In your soul a deep not stop with you, but havo been ex- uvery hatred of all things English, for of tended to tho whole Gorman nation. ity, and have put at your ditipoKal tlio best their iiumo iamt aiiords. ancestrial paka all nations on earth I hate England I confess my Satanic nould'grow sick T resort nnd ovory old plantation home to shaded by age-ol- d and grown over with trailing vinos, rosea and perennials, and thoy all look most; wherever England plants her pnd thero and then I knew my pupil You can bo a success, and a big success, if you have out oor tho gulf wators, nt tho dancing waves, the rcuddlng sails, tho bench ling sho brings order out of cluio had become tho mastor. I am a back 5 1 nuil tliu Mirf. If you can't llnd hnppincts down thoro In the golden Min-,uUnion number, and, my dear Wllholm, ti,Q imtc,i CI0SS follows tho AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. abdicate In your favor. Tho great koy (.hine and among tho eountlosn diversions nnd attractions of that play-jucunijer her rule wild tribes turned over to Tho road to success is easy if you are properly don't'so bouth In tho winter 'expecting, to Hud your "rromlsed ,.omo tillers of tho. soil and )n duo of hell will bo .... ......... ,i... .i you, .. .i.. Land," tor you'll havo only your trouble for your pains. No choicer yiot ex- - tImo practical cltlzons; sho Is tho prepared. A Busuioss Lducation is the chief requiBite Ists and greater comfort Is not to ho found. Tho winter cliinato Is ideal, great dvllizer of tho globo' and I of damned bouis since time began is bracing, putting Bimp anifgin- - jr.vTE 11I3K. I planted In your soul yours. I nm satlbfled with what I not uncomfortably warm, but n.oJorato and for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost withIn In cruel hatred for your mother bo- - havo done; that my abdication ger Into tho Bystcin. out excoption are the mon who prepared yesterday. Touring along tho Gulf Coast Is ono ot tho ways trae!ors tako to find Caiuo SHE was English, and left my your favor Is for tho very best lutor-"st- s of hell- - - In thd future I nm at own particular choice nnd for this purpose tho train service of tho ROod friend Ulsmarck to fan tho llamo their We prepare you for tho position that are waiting AffectionateYou can stop overywhero, i mlj kindled. Uecont history proves your majesty's service. Louisville & Na&hvlllo Itnllroad Is convenient. for the prepared man or woman. School 'oi session bagliinlng at Moullo. and titay a few hours, a few days or as long as jou Il0W wou our work. was done. It broke ly and sincerely, MICIFEK II. SATAN. wish. It Is a fascinating vngahondngo that will bring you oventually to tho your ryfti mother's hoart.but I galn-plutho biitiro year. Pupils may outer at any time and -- of your ultlmato doclro. You can, ulbo, If you chooso, ship your mo- - eij ,ny purpose, go In for regular touring along the gulf tho roads WHY UK WKPT. receive proper classification. of tho dlscaso tor car to Mobile and ti10 inboilted Tho boy caiuo Into tho houso weep aro all good uml the country Is fascinating In tho ovtremo. History lend Hoheiuollern killed your fiUher.Just liH bhckiruunil of fact to a Ion Hit of Interesting traditions and romantic u will kill you, and you heenmo ing, and his mother was naturally so- -' legends concerning this locality, and the "ntmosphuro," whllo wholly Aiuor-.- 1 tho rulor of Gornuuiy and a tool ot Heltons. "What's tho matter. Wil-- j Uo?" sho asked. lCHii, hB the foreign Havoi in suiriclent dograe to glvo it dlvomlty nnd va- - IUno gnonor than I oxpe'clod. 6 "Tho hoy across tlio way hit mo," J rlety. Topogrpbtclly. tho coast lies low luid cuivliig. rlElnu gently (owail i't) assist you and farthor hnston forwUd With nlae, brokn in tho eleurlngs, by rich aiy work, I sent you threo ovll splr-an- d ho roplled. 4h hhitorlBud, which hor lino In njuch lndentwl, the nuiueruui "Oh, well, I wouldn't cry for thai." productive farmlandii. Tl NleUreho, Trltschke and later g giving a eevtutngly oi'dle.sj uud (Income rated') h rctuinad. "Bhw that you aH b "hayom," '".onndb" Sttd Bernhardl wlitwo teachlii8 Lying off lao ebors li u lino or island, fonnlug ' watorsuip youths of Gariuany, who. In a little matt." the J " would ho wir'uij ind lyal "1 ain't oryiiHf for that," b ,'it.r bulwark pt M'sfrlf'lppl $ovo4, and- frontiBg this ara tba tresorta fha OWENSUQkO. KY. .. ika ti.wtia wlsaii h" r " tp ,) sji'4 PP to snill their lined fajro"" - United forces IIAHTI'ORn MAN AM !!'S,.,: GREAT CATASTROPHE - rd he-tja- was is need hSIdirsw mmMWW .sir -Just-as-good Fletcher's Ilus-sollvll- lo ly blte-znr- What is C ASTORIA I '.' mms CASTORIA always jfj do-fiir- u W't5 J'&c$z4$'& , III Use For Over 3 fears X. I Always Bought ttvivzm&tew'te! er lfjlf.l-th'grpate- st - ) i ,1 RA a - - - n-- ISw IMud f' 1 Icali lriliill SSF' J5a8i..t wmm fSW0HflMw lgX&SgS BKkAL don-n- P".""" rBlsE; rs ". -e A 3 44Aff, I J Aiioaxwsii 1'layer-l'ianc- - i Auedinoo oiii'.soscDfinsp socond-ham- e, COAST, super-crimin- al i over-mipp- ly " ""'" wor-shlp- or Second-han- g ' JlidoUpr .tr0.. ' ' .,, 11 Yo otu-IU)i,- lo l an m Yvnaieve j Yon want To Be j j k. j' ' ; i ce j ' ' 1 I laj, Wi all-bu.- -- ii unto ssiss I lnlUm-roujidiu- ,t ill a lent I -- tr ,." ..-..- ' n(i! v- -, f , T HO.NOKAltliY y' Capt. 10. VV. Ford, who recently It would ho entered tho Medical Reserve Corps National ariny, nnd was nsslgrt-ic- d Just as woll to Adopt It'now and have of tho for duty to tho Provisional Haze Incorporated tho agony oyer ttIIIi. Hospital at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, W. S. TINSLEY, m. B. SMITH, nn honorablo discharge s. holy city of has rocelvcd President Tho news that tho from military sorvlrc, and arrived Jerusalem, has fallon Into tho hands Tuesday. Capt. Ford's first Kdllor .if a Karopcan army will bo hnllod homo JfOHN IlKNRY THOMAS 'knowledge of his discharge was conW. B. TINSIiHY, Associate Kdltor with sontlmcnta of Joy by tho chris- tained In tho following teiegrnm: tian and Hobrow world. Except for and Ruslncss Manager; Washington, 7:53 p. in., Dec. 7. a brief porlod of about seventy years Commanding Officer, Provisional Raso during tho war of tho Crusades that Hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. mull aiMMi-- r )' ' ancient city, hallowed by tho foot-stej, Ordor made this dato relieving Ood and tho scene of many of a Captain Edward W. Ford, Medical of his miracles, had boon under tbo Rosorvo Corps, from duty nt Proviscommunication!) to Address nil galling yoko of tho cruel Turk, for ional Rase Hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, Hartford Republican. JFM twolvo hundred years, and now the and directing him to proceed homo, will rejoice at its delivery into world reporting on arrival by telegraph to NOTICE TO SUBSCHIBIiHS tho hands of tho followers of tho tho Adjutant General, and honorably (lioerlbTB dpHlriiiR the iuit tfiit to n new- lowly Natarlic. tindischarging him from Mcdlcnl AtMrma niunt give the old nddrmi In mnkliiR Corps of army, cffoctlvo upon Local nnil Notice 10c ier line and 8c Buelni-sTHU WAGKS op sirr. arrival homo. Travel directed neer line (or enoli iidiUtlnnul In.frtlon. Tho greatest philosopher that cessary In military service. Inform Obituaries, Kwotntlonn ntid Cant ol Tlnnlm.Bc lived summed up the whole law him. line, money In nilvaiire. McCAlN. Church Notice fur utrvlce frre, but other I of human conduct in the slmplo scn- Tho order came wholly unexpectidTertlecmente, &c ier line, tenco, "tho wages of sin is death. edly to Capt. Ford, whoso work had will receive no nonymona coinmunhnlloii Only a day or two ago tho Sheriff de- never boon criticised by his super ttentlon livered to the penitentiary at Eddy-vlll- o ior officers. Other officers with good Otis Reynolds, a young man con records wcro bolng also relieved with rsisXsZsx'zxox73s a. 123 victed at tho recent term of Circuit out notice- of cause. We will not OTimborlttTlA CO X'osra.tna' iCiAtiaal Court of tho crimo of seduction, un critlciso tho War Department for the der uromiso of marriage, of GeorgU conduct of its affairs, but we are at j DRCHMUKR 1 1 Sharp, a female under twenty-on- o FRIDAY a loss to understand why a mini of years of age. Reynolds is a young' Capt. Ford's high personal characman of Eod intelligence, was for ter and anporlor fitness as a physiTUo Ohio county Jail is again empmerly a school teacher, and comes of. cian should bo thus summarily disty. Prohibition plays havoc with tho one of the best families in the Pleas-- j charged from tho service. Tho peoJailer' fees. After three' ple of Ohio county who know and adant Ridgo community. They burnt a nogro to death In Tears of galling prisom life he must) mire Dr. Ford will not bellove that The fuel rndure tho Urine ordeal of facing a ho was relieved from military serToncssco a few daya ago. commissioner down in old Tennes- r.onc too generous world with the' vice becauso of any personal misconbrand of a convlet. For the mas ' duct or for lack of professional efsee, ought to hare boon on his Job. and his family we have a Tooling or ficiency, and will welcome hlni hack Russian political progress must compassion, but, according to the to tho old homo town. nafy upon the timo when tho Holshc-vi- liuding of tho court, h sinned against COUNTY AfiKNT'S REPORT. extremists havo demonstrated the highest law of tho moral world, their unfitness to rcstoro order to the and must flow Ieru a lesson that he country. should hr.ie sooner heeded, that tho Hoa. J. 15. Wilson, County Judgc.and wages of sla is tenth. For the Members of Fiscal Court of . Wo aro rarely able to agreo with prlsoaor and the unhappy Ohio County. As I havo Just comthe Louisville Evening Post but we victim of bis lust life's gates of op-- ; Gentlemen: are Just now willing to admit that its portunity arc forever closed, and we pleted my annual report to the U. S. anxiety for tho future of tho Demo recount tbo incident only with tins Department of Agriculture and tho cratic party in Kentucky is v.ell hopo that tho lessoa may sink deep Stato, and au it is your last meeting founded. into tho heart: of tho young men and for the year, I wish to submit lo you women who way reifl this, and per- In as brief a way as possible, tho It is reported that Stanley and chance save, them from the hatard f work I havo douu in this county this Hoekham have donned pink pajamas, the prison ani diagram. year. If and have laid down together. At tho eloso of each year it pays the report is truo It only shows how us to retrospect a llttlo and so" Help For The Drafted Men. dosporato tho Kentucky nomocracy whether wo are nearer tho goal we has grown. startod in for at the beginning; Resinning on Decenbcr 15th. lf17, whether we aro any better off finanIndian has never disThe citizen tho Local KxcenpU'on Roard of Ohio cially or morally, and if not, then played a very warm spirit of loyalty out Uio wo must know that something Is Avill bejn mailing country that stole his onen County to the wrong and we had best change a lithappy hunting grounds, and few of fcr each ro.'tc-ie--i shall tle. thorn aro found fighting in tbo ranks ..a - f1! ruv so &; a: tj determine My aim in this work is to not onu of tho American army. ' s c!a,5.rTfi?Ef.e"' and. ord of liability ly bettor our conditions financially, s ir our great president would shov.-hi- Tor nil'taiv service t ?n cthe Nations.' but morally and religiously and to --.i " ce-,I'tcn-this cud I am thriving all tho time. r.iiy. Fixe real Ltateamiinship, in a manner '" ' I want to foo every farmer and convinco tbo most scepti- 'In.iaiics will bo mn'Kil out that vrould t.wmtv days. The questionnaire every business man free from tli." cal, ho will now proceed to collect I '!' br malleii tn tl.e last known ad- worrlos of debt and poverty. war loan of a billion of dollar.! that or tho registered man, and will want to seo every child educated and dress ho mado to Russia. I br im bth lo tn- - who havo here- thereby mako a better citizen. newspaper, always tofore been oxam'iipil and rejrtod or want to seo our homes made more Tho editor of a anxious to be courteous to his con- d'seharj-i- l and nl"o to those who have beautiful, the farms moro producnever yet been called or examined. tive and better and more stock on tributors, finds it imperative to Each registered man has reven days thorn and wo will havo moro con- much manuscript offored for Llto local news is al- after Uic dato of the mailing of this tentment on tho farms. publication. Tho season has been a good one in ways gratefully received, but essays iHiPstionnarc by the local Hoard withWo havo should bo sent to tho magazines. in which to fill out the blank proporlv a great many respects. pome person tho most bountiful crops we have is no place for them In a coun- and weir to it. before There authoriKdl lo administer an oath, and over had nnd aro getting tho best try newspaper. got it back to the Local Exemption prices for our produce that wo have discovering that It is the Uoard. ever gotten and we should look forAfter At a mooting o the lawyers of Hart- ward to a bright futuro for tho custom for tho members of tho Fiscal our! tn present tbo retiring county ford at the Court House on Monday. farmer. Wo havo great resources In this Judge with a handsome watch and December 10th. the TIa'tford lawyerwo havo decided to lie a candi-ilnu- - unanmously twwlerod their services to county and I am glad to say wo are thain for countv judge at the nest the drafted men free of charge in beginning to mako something out of ili':Uon. Wo I'ou'l care especially filling out these blan'is, though lb" them. Wo havo tho best lands in of for thi' olllco, bu wo need tho watch. blanks might be fillcil out by tho tho Stato for the productions drafted men themselves without the corn and soy beans and I am glad Tho Postmaster General should assistance of a lawyer if tho drafted to bay that our farmers havo taken tuin ihit tho delivery of the malls man umlerstandj it well enough lo hold of tho soy heiin situation nnd to tho express companies. Wonotlro do so.Doublless, other persons, for havo mado an enviable reputation for -the rxpross companies dollver the example, the school teachers,' business Ohio county In this crop, ranking Louisville papers on timu for tho men, bankers, doctors and many first in the State, and we now havo news hoys, whllo tho mail subscrib- others who ate friends of the draft- - a soy bean association organized for ers Irciiueutly receive tlieir's later. oil men should be able to undcralanl tho sale and growing of their bea:i3, Only lnollicloncy In the postal service these iiuratonnaireH easily, as they and they are now getting orders ran account for tills comparison. at $4.00 per bushel for thorn are all in blank form and will iloubl- less be willint? to assist thu register from all over tbo Stato. Circuit Court ndjourmid Friday af- ed men in properly filling thorn out. I have traveled In the county since, r, ter n very busy two weeks term, at January 1st,- - 2,912 miles by team, The lawyers of the Count:', which ti large volume of business was both at Hartford, Heaver Dam, 1,008 miles by rnll and 417 miles disposed of. A number of very im- -' Kockport ami Cenlerlown, are takinn by auto, making a total of 4.997 miles poitnnt cases wor'o disposed of and' tho lead ia offering their services travoled In this work. I have much rubbish was cleaved from the fret) to the registered men for tho 3,000 pcoplo In 100 or moro docket. Judge Slack and Common-- 1 purpose mentioned. public moctlngs during tho year. Wo ) wealth's and County Attorneys Smith eight farmers' clubs In tho It is thought bv most persons that and Kirk, aro fully Justltylng the' after these iiicstionnaire3 aro county, which wo nro constantly vls-Itlconfidence of thu voters who olectel and trying to holp them solve n"d all tho registered men "" them. claKcifleil uccoiding to tho rules gov- tho problems of life and hope lo seo I hava erning this matter, it will bo liardlv a club In every community. For n century now tho world h:is necessary for any one to apply for mado 701 porsonal visits to our peobeen mad with money grabbing, hut total exemption as cverr man will ple through tho county, besides 149 It bids ralr now to bo swallowed up btaml in the order vrovidod bv law to boys in tho club work, making 8C0 in n coiillugratlon of war. May ho It Is will await 'i turn for pliysical personal visits slnco January 1st woll that it Is so. Perhaps the exnniiallon and cull to service. 1917. I havo distributed 1,207 bulworld needs sobering up from its Kvcrybcily ought to eland ready to letins and havo written 1,350 official weaUh-utherlii- g Tlmro do anytliing within his power to as- letters portalnlng to tho work, havo dubauoh. are other things more valuable to sist in getting Mp thoso imcst'ou-na'ie- s held 2.G9C consultations relative to than gold. Povorty enmankind fairly and honostly and tbo work, havo had 058 tolophono genders compassion, and If tills promptly and when they aro at last calls. I havo vaccinated 17fi hogs of wealth tesulti; In nrepared filed and acted upon by the In 13 different herds and nssisted In wiwto leading muu to moro fitly obsorvu tho Loral nnd District Boards established vaccinating 19 head of cattlo against thun it s for that puiposc, thoro ought to be I hickleg. Havo pruned 140 treos In t'lomith commandment fnil It Is mi. in doUrmininc 31 dlfforont orchards, gottlng peoplo no further trouble when or under wimt circumslances a to pruno who bud never dono so beTho Sewage of h resolution, at tli man should be called into active cor- - fore. JIavo ulso startod them to sotwlen of CefcrM, for an iec. spraying for tho dlffuront iIIsmumo II. l TAYJLOB. JAttltfwoiU to Uia PsdOTsil CoustlU-Uo- u and lufoets In order to umbo a moro ' uTrng " J.'S. GLENN perfect fruit rranUs .reu.)y praiaUa. tUt 4p ' a? i i uvw Publlshoil Weekly by JAKTFOUD PRINTING COMPANY Scc.-Trea- Hartford Rnpunlican. nt tho recent election In Now York State gooa far to bring Btiffrago to tho women of tho wholo country. It Is coming, and perhaps niSCIIAKOKI). corn, wheat, meadows, tobacco, clov- I 8.-1- ns Re-ser- vo s i kl ('.c-cr- al er, sown both In August nnd tho spring. Mmcstnno nnd fertilizer, showing tho wonderful results of there, demonstrations with nltralo of" soda, both on wheat anil meadow, demonstrations In oats nnd barley. Demonstrations In cattlo nnd bog oedlng, showing tho advantages of feeding a balanced ration. Wo lmvo encouraged tbo building of nllon to .ho extent that where you only had J. Mi'.'.'-rtl17y"V,r';rW7Sfi.fW1ir-ii;Vten'i- ' fJCTKTSJWW flvo In tho county when I came here, von now havo 27. I havo encouragThis Christmas decide to give someed better poultry houses to such an otont that you see modern nnd thing: usefulsomething: will be of poultry houses nil over tho county, nlso better feeding of the benefit and value to one you wish to remember. poultry to produro morn eggs. Wo assisted our farmers In purchasing This store is equipped and arranged espetho right kind of fertilizer at much cially for the gift-seeke- r, loss cost than they heretofore boon and is filled with' paying, saving thorn many dollars. articles of charm and distinction, selected Havo nlso assisted them in the sale of their live stock, buy and corn, their special suitability as gifts of use and helping them to get better prices beauty. than they would havo gotten. Wo aro oncournging more stock of all kinds to such an extent that wo have brought in the county this year five thoroughbred bulls nnd S cows and heifers, also nine thoroughbred boars and 24 sows, which In n short while will make a great improvement Begin your Christmas buying NOW for In tho stock in this county. Wo ars your own comtort and satisfaction; getting better sanitary conditions and among the stock alt the time, thereassortment to choose from. by eradicating disease more and more. We have had a line agricultural club of the boys In tho county com posed of over 50 of the best boys In the county and they havo dono fine work. Wo hopu to havo this much enlurgod another year and I ask tho' flr SllltS. SIlOCS. GlOVCS. MhW of each of you In encour- -' & ITILll Mats. TlCS. SCtiriS. SllSOCn- nglng the hoys In this work that they J may grpw up Into a moro progressive dors. and liclltc citizens than they woui.; Umbrellas. Caps. ,f,a" any otherwiso bo. ,r Thoro nro a Rreat wunv thi, 't'dti buy no nuttier what . .. .. IwLuft? woulu UKo lo pui jn lain Hce you pay I have to mako H siiori lo am oni 'I 11'r sumo too much of your valuable, . . .. fl ; time. I want to thank each of you "Z 2. fit) nil Kiun3 t Hiiicrifsniilhiiii: and Kc- h HIT UIU HVHl 1 UH'I'VlttHUii jV-..hnnl jobs thu other follow IK Muh pocially-th- o given mo In this work, for I feci thnt .. without your assistance I could do ik nothing, and I wish to nsl; a conalso vmakelaTspecialt v of Ifoiseshoeintr ;uul ft tinuance of that support you have so freely given mo, that wo may nil solicinyounpatronsiKo in this lino. work together to have a buttor coun ' ty than wo havo ever had. Kespoct fully yours, ?.3 '& 9. .vs yi i Thanking you again for tho past tfl favors and kind hospitality you hava .( shown me. I remain. JS Yours sincerely, V W. W. I1ROWDER. County Agent U. S. Department of Vjy Agriculture. . iura . o--o uv'-aiin tin- - fifimimwMtoiNjto "- Vk V i Hints For The ilolid ays that to real for Appropiate Gifts for the Whole Family larger better Christmas Suggestions bllirtS. co .t,"r. Sox, Handkerchiefs. JL r ,$ Jewelry. Sweaters,,. derwear. RaFncoats.Av',--- pnn lir'll H '"11 ik "Jsn'yti . "t,"f I 1 t. f s. S i juk vjia'ijitertowKi, s HA" 0 6c Son! K.y. pr ' XOTICK! I "0V1 a.-oiinie-lil n. ra' io shall ipilt the pliotngr.ipb hu et ll ivti rerelJll :i lit bllMIl r.- - Si lino ot IflO Ino.ss in Ohio county Dec. UKth, We and iicnutl a jou wimt phodigrnpliir work done sliU'e Oil lUUlll lrL'tt, III l''l- - HI l me enrrjUt: advantage of this last oppor-- 1 take ll p)iul tilliity and tunic'. ol Ueiieuil Haiilwait, Moves Ulft All work will be promptly finish, Kurniture. ed. fall, phono or writo fur our prices m. nn thing K. fi. SnmOKTKlt, tlie.-- ji AkoI tWl-u.k.uj.j'-aiiil- ( Ji Hardware Furniture. It. h..e .v t- - I - rliotogrnphcr. that vou may need in e lint All orders given piompi an-- l e.iiel'ui : tti ntion. --- - SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FOR LAND SALE TAXES (KciiiJ Oish With Order) Hy virtuo of taxes due mo, tho Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I will, on tho first Monday In January, 1918, expose at public sale at the court house door In Hartford, Kon- - FordsviHe Planing Mill Company (INCOKPORATED) Uorkley, Mrs. Lou, 10 a. Ilaxley. Oharllo K.. 53 a. Kluldoii, I). M., 13 a King. James R.-- IBS a. King, Jess, 50 a Miller Heirs, 40 a 5a Miller, J. K Renfrow, II. 12., 25 a Twcddell, Josephine, .10 a. Toms. Leslie, 41a Wright. James II., 125 a. ., Wright, John II., 88 a. Whoherry, Richard, 9 a. . Wlmsatt, John. 35 a . ' or so much thereof as may bo neces-- 1 sary to produce tho sums required, vlss: "mrrrSlmnS'i JaUo Wilson. Manager S.4.1 con-stint- ly ; how-ove- Kast lliutfonl. No. I Ashley, I.eoua, 100 a. llaswell, D. S.. C7 a. . . . lioiul Ilrothcrs, 150 a. . Drown, Marvin, 150 a. . . . Dn7arth, Mrs. J. J. 25 a. . Karincr, O. N 85 a. Griffin, W. T., 75 a lllnes. Virginia K. 45 a. 125 a.. Moscley, Mrs. Delia Moore, Mrs. Adolia, 1 town lot Nix, John, 50 a Wright, 15. W., 50 a '' FORDSV1LLE. KY. oM.. G5 C.7S Taylor, R. I,., hy S. D. SIot- - J.5S 5.17 I 14.24 ens, 150 a Westerfleld, Jay. 7 45.30 12.51 20.05 8.10 a. (!ool SprinRs. i7ir 7. 17.IU 1.75 15.0 3.45 io.nr, 8.11) CIS 0.05 0.i2 7.25 C.02 15.00 11.05 l, 1.75 12.80 10.35 10. "i.r 10.7S 4.80 7.70 8. 9. No. 1! Wo.st Ilartronl. Ilarnes, D. II., 50 a. and 1 town ' 10.04 No. !t .Magna. corn-Mete- d lot a-i- col-low- ul prat 5.85 Hutchison, John, C u 9.85 King, John T., 1 town lot 7.37 Kloln, Mrs. Lucy, 1 town lot. . 7.20 7.37 fl.15 King, I). W., 1 town lot 9..IS Mosoloy, Mrs. Jonnlo, 1 town 5.92 5.95 lot 7.70 Nowbolt, W. K 5 town lots . . 9.10 9.20 9.05 Nail, Sisters, 1 town lot 10.50 Schroador, K. 11., 2 town lots. . 9.45 ::.84 Yclsor, N. A., 1 town lot 11.72 No. !l Ileda. 3.10 5.90 lets Casteol. J. V., '40 a 5.85 M. II., 52 a Overhults Heirs, by W. O. Her, 1.1.35 Joluison. 9.85 Agont, 18 a McCormlok, IJ. M., 190 u. . . . 28.70 2.49 0.05 Robertson, R. D 1 town lot. . Rongan, S. M., 54 a 7.37 Tlnsloy, 5.17 M. L., 1 town lot Renfrow, B. 0 2 a S.10 9. IS No. o South Rorkporl. Shown, Amos, 44 a No. (I (Ynimtcll. 3.22 ' Rrown & Ilros.. 14 a Shown, Isaac, C2 a 8.90 .Uhlldors & Ilor. 159 a 8.10 tUwrnoljU, U. A., 56 a. Smith, A. S., 50 a . CIS Ottln.lt. hi.. 4 a 9,gS Ravi!, J. A., 170 n.. Travis, II. M., 5S a 7.10 Hoy. V. O.. I tewa.let . . . . . 7.0 DV.'ltt. Mru. (j. i, i town lot Ward, K li., 10 a, " rnijiw, L, ., las W1J1I, 4RHte, jKI H .i" "'" ''". jjfiWH ty4 . ,.. . '. .!. 1 Jin - Royd, It.. 29 a , 5(i a. Halibut, J. Haughn, C. D 75 a Helm, Sim, 38 a Hicks, J.r I,., 50 a Hoholmor, II. L., 51 a. . . , Johnson, Charlie, 00 a Lnnlium, J. R., 30 a I Mldkirr. J. It., 80 a Modcalf, T. II., 75 a Medcalf, Lue, 81 a Mudealf, Sarah ('., 1 town lot Mudcair, Oliver, 3 a MUU &, Cobb, 91 u Morgan, Sarah, 10 a Ralph, J. T., SI a Wadding, Olltu, 100 a IS IS Davenport, K. A., Ill a Kennedy. Mrs. M. K.. 10 a. .. Taylor. R. W., M'J a Taylor. II. II.. town, lot Tally, Mrs. L. A., 07 a Ni,. h NoiU, Rockport. Anderson. V. L 1 town lot .. UrownlliK. James. 1 town Int. ' Dratcher, (Jreen, 1 town lot.. I'olyer. Mrs. Amanda. I town lot t'nlriicH, Mrs. M. A., 1 town lot Docker, Roliert, 1 town lot .. Dawson, Jerry, I town lot. . . . (Irani. (. ('., 1 town lot , (5 ray, K. ('., 4 a Oravos, J. H., l town lot (loaiy, Mrs. Mary, 1 town lot. . Ilendrix, Mack, 1 town lot. . . . Hlnos, J. It., 1 a Leach, II. ().. 1 town lot Liiyton, Mrs, J. It., 2 town 1 9.85 5.43 r,.?.) ifi.iiil 5.10 4.1) 4.35 '10.85 6.3 .... 3.10 4.7S 7.C5 3.10 0.03 5.K9 G.3K 19.55 14.51 5.7 4.4 S 5.4 4 23.1 n 5.9 .... ........ .....,. .0 ').. 12.90 17,35 , (I .. tmtMii, -- t. -- ,nit -- , ,r . mnmtMl utitlMit mm SSaM&EESMESySS fl iOp enin ij ii A - IYI ggaCT7JTaMJatJJiaaima'u' nnim nimiiin rir myAT SATURDAY we will sSSK have our forma! opening of X-m- as Goods. Our stock f Sugar is gettirs scarco and it will he only a short time boforc wo will We "envo to limit our customers. headquar-Ue'r- s now have plenty of sugar on hand. nnd we suggest that our stockholders come and get theirs while wo have it. A A 11 1 On ncoourit 'Of thfi severity ,ff the Setter be safe than sorry. Ass'n., American weather church ami Sunday tcchoOl 'ii ut ,titia a About 90 per con! of Hip 3.0'U S. I. King, Manager. igrf.'.teot cam pint,' out locality attendance dvlndled almost to the counties In tho United Stales have .TVnMi'teB point "Sunday, lioth iri iifoii organlzod for war purposes by country nud if tho magnificent glut" Mr. Hammond I). Happy, ot of the present Soquoln Park aro sup- - above all' a,lJ oul ux tlic on,1ty tho crialloii of couaty defense coun- traveling salesman for a typeplomenlcd by tho Immense scenic val- nK ships to"r CllS. Mt ,,uI writer company, was in town tho lat leys it is proposed to add to the park, their credit witirtiA'N'(JK, Hoper will u?e theio county counhel(1 her part of last week. Mr Happy cils to oil uca I (i tint puuplu on the war valleys now unknown to the public, v.ill bo destroyed, and IK "ccn there will bo drawn to the park mauy ng t!1Cy i,aVo available will fon nosl'' Is a very congenial gentleman, but inx uinl Inform them how to pay It. our chief reason for mentioning his orr"1' In addition to this, a large field thousands of campers yearly from uravn to Jlnd more business trips to Hartford is because far distant States. ment. force of doputy internal ro venue colhalf of tho girls in town when asked Plans In Kvlstcnel. oo lectors will shortly take the field and re-"The questions raised in this mr'ysi" If they know any local nows will .Stomach Trouble and Constipation. deliver speeches nt thr courthouses, lniporta?"Tcpond" "ye' fy Mr. Howard Happy Those who are afflicted with stom- - orandum aro of pressing churches and schools tliruout tho ...... n was in town this week." -iwiliuillll country. Blanks and pamphlets will ach trouble and constipation should, as it has recently o rend tho following: "I have never that the state is starting on the bur he distributed. anything so good for stomach ing of liner tonnage. Plans are "" SPECIAIi CASH IMHCKS The purpogo of tho wnr tax U found TOP. TIILS VKKK identical with that of the Liberty 'trouble and constipation as Chamber- - rondy in existence for vessels to ci .. I . t linvn iilsiI lliom nff TV nllOIlt 10.11)0 tolls llpml WGIEllt l ...... Ilii'il'a TnMota i.l r Jill, ! UUJ. good Patent Plour. . 011.20 .1 ... .. i.. imiriuuc nppeiM. .is even nn.l .111 iimi, f.i flirt- noaf n' fnnr h annpil nf fiuirtpon lrnntR " "" " ""i.!' "" inr.. 2.K5 Sack Flour , ...... i ..t ... i . . tIipv not imlv rnifiilntn tim nntlnn nf "The association asked the cover ' l ' u. i... 1 dr. A l" . Sack Flour n .u. .1 n. ...... IUU .. ..... r.. u 1UIIH1UUUUII. rnu iIIUIHIi tlm lmwnla hut Rt!niui.itn ibn llvnr ment to Guarantee that the huslnej.j.,1 , " Premium Lard.. 1G.00 ... . ni'il Iiiji niio'u limlf t,i n lionltliv rnn. of the Hues Hlin.ll bo restored to th(T ' Ki" Swift t. . .50' OU A" . Box Fancy Ev. Peaches .,.. niH-i- . Hnnn.iflflpP till VH r mill tlmt- IllPV ln lirr ., - -. ....... Vtro llaiilninln ....,.- in ... milno real. ii.up .is iHtlf.ti wpllna ...... ......j. i -- "n iii uinviy Cnrt C C Soap .X 111 1L11 IUU11 LI1 DllIBi IflJlt 111111 llfl ns..ili:st war IniUnnnltv 10 or. Auburn, ir t. '. .40 yb- - 10 P.ars good Laundry Soap.. lleet. ' r .:. ny, and this f.irt must bo made 3 3.00 JFw. 1 Caso 3 doz. Oat Meal i r to 3.U.U.t;uni,l C....I-Turkeys, "i7r.te0. After moro than twelve hundred ;;t(i0 u daughter ot Mr. Henry j' 1 Caso Sugar Corn Mrs. P. I. Felix is in WasttluBton Ford Is Will pay 20 cents per pound, and :J.U5 years of Musselman rule Iq tho Holy 1 Caso Early Juno Peas Rounett, of near SmallhoBS, and tho 1.. I. a KT. I. II. It. T1SIK TAHIiH. visiting her bou, I.Icutcunut JJjuglaa Land tho ancient city of Jerusalem moro if tho market will permit. Will Cans Calumet Baking wlfo of Dr. "11. L. Ford, formerly ot 5 Jo tir. due nt Bllmltch 8:32 p. m. I). Kullx. 1.00 'ias fallen into tho hands ot tho Brit- - nlso pay market prico for chickens, Powder Bcdiu 10 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Ko geese, ducks and guineas, ish and French armies. 1 Caso Cana Lyo HomNo 12 Lv Kllmltch .. 3:46 p. in. Ass?,:;., American Hon, paid 25 4 ilwndred Jtnnis a.oo iny Alex Vlek, an enterprising colored Ar. Irvlngton .. C:35 p.m. for u crop of Ohio cuunty tobicco .1 S. h. King, Manager. The recent blizzard was tho sover- 1.30 man, who lma been living on R. B. 10 lbs. Beans Lv. Irvlugton .. C:BG p.m. few days .ago. 1.40 cst 'n forty years, according to weath- Martin's farm for soveral years, ha3 10 aba. Good Santos Coffee Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. er service officials. Tho temporaturo MANGLED BODY FOUND. .." Broom boui-h- l a lmrt of tho Jack "Foreman 1 11 Lv. LoulBVllIe.. 8:3G a.m. Ro. .05 was 30 degrees below tho normal for Miss Wlnnio Slmjncrman iriRurned farm, ust cast of town, for ivhlcli hs 1 Galvanized Coal Bucket . a. m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 Tho mangled body of an unldentl- jH t"o season of tho year. Coal short- 1 10 Kit. Galv. Water Bucket Sunday from a fow days visit with paid $1,800. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 . m. friends in Loulsvlllo. (jo ago In many parts of tho country re- - fled white man was found on the 1 16 oz. Thread Mop 1:04 p. m. Ar. Kllmltch WHl pay in mcrchandiso for eggs suited in much suffering among the Illinois Central track near Echols, Capt. John G. Keown has purchaspoor of tho larger cities. U II. .t i:. It. H. TI.MK TABLE. early last Friday morning. Only h Ralph, of Dundee. h.R ed tho Wayne Ellis farm Just below 44c per dozen. Air. Lon d South Hound, No. 115 Chicago labor union card was found y, ACTON BROS.. town. Tho Cuptaln does not conbouKht tho Walkor residence jmuiior-t9:05 a. rn. Duo at Hartford It Is announced from Washington on tho man's body to Indicate any-thHartford, Ky. tomplato f'iviiiK his personal attention 24tl on Grillln Avenue. North Uound, No. 114 the noxt draft call for 500,000 thing In regard to his identity. Th to farming, but bought tho form as C45 p. in. Duo nt Hartford men will not bo made beforo March, condition of tho card made It impos-o- r BAM 1'. 1IAIIU) DIES an Investment. If you nrein ncod otifi. good UmiRC possibly April. The reason for slblo to determine the man's name or (lloth "Mixed" Trains.) SUDDENLY IN DETROIT Stove for tho least money. Saa .C- that date as given Is that tho Gov- - tho particular labor organization to Maple & Chlnn, tho restaurant !4t2 TON HIIOS., Hartford, Ky. Mr. II. A. Baird, of Hartford. ornment hns not a sufficient supply which it referred. Tho man was 4 men, keep candles, cigars and tolinc-cas well as toothsomo things to Route 5, received a telegram Sunday of warm clothing to equip another about forty years old and dressed as Mr. Itandall Collins, traveliu His left leg and right arm his brother, large army, and that it lacks sulll- - ka laborer. I Personal News salchiiiun for tho Dupont 1'owdor satisfy that appetite of yours. Give night to the effect that them 0110 trial mul you aro certtln Sum P. Baird, had died suddenly In cloat cantonment room for It. nlso. I woro completely severed from his Company, is hero with his family. body, and his faco and body wore Detroit. to go back again. and Social Events. With tho exception of wheat tho badly mangled. Tho manner of the Mr. Baird was formerly of Owens Mr. Richard .Ward and :Mlss Ethel crops of tho United States were man's death Is not definitely known, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mlllor, of Jack-xo- n, boro, but his family had not been in food Ashby. of tho Hellln neighborhood. , MIes., anuoucco tho advent of a toucli with him for about two years. tho largest in tho country's histo-- but it is supposed ho was beating I were married at Owonboro last his way on 0110 of tho oarly morning on the 10th. His retualus were ordered burled at ry. now girl at their buuio Heo.Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. week. j trains, nnd that tho suffocating gases inst. Mrs. Mlllor Is a daughter or Betroit. Thirteen negro soldiers who mil- -' inhaled whllo passing through tho and Mrs. D. W. King, of this Don't- - forget tho Schroeter Studio 2lr. Jailor V. P. Mldklff was in 1ERN M EET1 NG. tlniod last August on tho streets of tunnel between Rockport and Ech-Sa- n PA RENTS-TKAjJuco. 2(1. Tuesday. will closo on or before DecenvJ-eAntonio, Texas,, were hanged nt ols, rendered htm unconscious, und TnUo advantage X ,yoiir first Association dawn in that city Wednesday. Forty that ho foil between tho cars aiid Tho Parents-TeachorWo havo a largo stock of Iron and .eCHKOETKIt. Ellis Mitchell shipped a car of hogs anil winie. i.f lilU UUlUiUU ..mat "H3 m..l...l.l IU I'lUll'D .lli.... building 1I.11U4 ... ...n I. .... a Ul ,1... An! ....... I lUI-- . tltn a blUUUU ... Iilnn,,. Oal. Beds, Springs, Mntressei. Din- will meet at tho high school I from Dundee Tuesday. Friday nftornoon. Tho purpose of ment wero Klvcn Ilfo sentences. ing Olialrs, Rockers, Diniug Tables, NOTICE. After Bpoudlng a fow days with Cablnots, Safes and thcbo meetings Is to discuss tho best Drctuiors, Kitchen Buy your Wagon nnd Team Har rolatlves at Dundee Dr. T. I). t'en- Tho Genunns, rollovcd on tho Rus When lit need of any manner of educational and moral deDaveiuitts. ness from Acton Bros. par-o24t:!!frow returned to his homo at Llier- - thing 8n sian front by tho recently formed arAfter October 1, 1017, I wlU bo In lino don't fail to calf velopment of children, and every this moro Tuesday. mid teacher who can do ko should mistice with tho Bolshuvlki, are rush tho olllco of Dr. A. B. Riley from 1:0(1 and gel our prices before buying Xlr. Alex Curtis, our transfer man, attond. This meeting will ho ad- ing a great army to tho western 'p. m. to 1:00 p. in., anil In my otllco Can save .you money. was In Owensboro Tuesday. Mr. Ed Duko, a young dressed by Revs. Litchfield and Wal front. lover Williams Drug Storo from 0:00 ACTON BROS.. 23t2 of Dundeo, who wns operand On for ker, und Judgo W. II. Barnes. u. in., to 11": 00 noon. Hartford, Ky. ago, A resolution for submitting a Your Clii'Mimis gift! Why not appendicitis about two, wwks 14tf DR. K. B. PENDLETON. PUHLIC SALE. is gutting along nicely. your portrait by Sehroetor': a nmouduiont to tho States, Mr. Will Fair recolvcd a ttlograin NOTICE. establishing national prohibition, has Wednesday nnnounclng tho death ot On Friday, December 21st, I will already passed tho Sunato and Is Mr. J. W. O'Bannon, well known in Squire W. S. Bonn, of Dundee, was Stanoffer for sale to tho highest and best awatlng action In tho House. Tho Ohio county telephone circles, has hi aunt, Mrs. S. J. Hockor, nt Notice is hereby given that the among our fow visitors Tuesday. widow bidder, at my home. 4 miles cast of been made manager of tho Itoniu ford, Ky. Tho lady was tho Lower House will pass favorably on Ohio County Petroleum Company, by of Pr. S. J. Hooker, deceased, of Hartford, near Concord church, all tho resolution. tho consent of Its fctockholders, Is Everything now, neat and cloan at Telephone ut Owenton Stanford, and a sinter of Mr. G. G. my porsonal property, consisting of closing up Its business', and any per-Mo Mnplo & China's Rostnurnnt. kitchen furniture. Wo are going to havo lots of gooJ Fair, of Hartford. Mr. Will Fair hnusoholil nnd having u claim agiiliiht said corStraw Wanted. things In our storo for Christniaa. loft ywtordny for Stanford to bo farnilllg Inieino,ltgi etc., two work CouiTFy Attorney A. 1). Kirk Wo want a number of tons of poration Mill pIeu.so present same. colt, 1 year- baled Btraw wheat, oat or ryo. Will horses, 1 I)o"t forget to como to seo us. AC- presont at tho funeral. I. P. BARNARD, President. from a trip to Louisville Sunday. 24t2 ling colt; splendid milch cow Jer- pay market price. TON BROS.. Hartford Ky. December llth, 1017. Utt t On the nccount of the scarcity of sey, 1 wagon, 1 spring wagon, two Ass'n., American When in ncod of now Rugs- nnd MRS. SUE MITCHELL DEAD, The city board of Tax Supervisors, wheat and tho government having buggies, 2 sets of single and 1 set of j S. L. KING, Mgr. Mattings cnll on ACTON BROS. 24t3 Mrs. Suo Mltcholl, ago about GO, composed of Mnck Foglo, J. W. Ford flvad tho nricoa on Hour and mill double buggy harness, 1 sot of work ao as to not mako It profitable to harness; 2 saddles, . Will also offor met Wednesday nnd died last Woduosday, December 5, nt GOOD WOMAN DIES. Edge, of Dundee, and W. 13. Mr .. ,... ',!John Allen on lmalnntis Tubs- - will prolwbly complain tholr work run . small mill. Tho Ellis I, Milling for.. sale Browstcr piano. Will nlso tho homo ot Mr. I. B. Ellis, 11 cat- M...o,,0i,nr.i ...,., . .,,, !,,.-.. tif w .,..-.- .. .11. !.... uuuurcu iiusuein 01 corn, Mrs. Neoma Hurlson died, nt her Jlollln. Sho had bcon 1" almost sail iaraany, win uietunwi.uu day after Dswjmbsr 1, 1917. w. a. miitu 4 tons of hay, hundred or moro bush- - rosidcueo near Nurrows, a fow days threo months, nud tho ultimate cause Dro , will OJtcUaiigra Flaur. Bran 0i8 0f coal. ToVms nindo known on go and was kurlad at tho Petty 'of her (loath was catarrhal luieu-'nrylHarry May, wHo hi a olvll ragi-we- r A, V. Rowan, ot ' Maura II. A. and ' ground. Vn. llarrinon v,t!3 luouto.. Sho leuvw two mut, Iw-ihou- t l' on tl ma my ut SU will begin at 9:00 togethkr .with tuir fumlUw. with the UHuoU Cvntal UUrrt . if . nhlr?-- ' '" ,.. . ,p Co. ,u r... ,y M"!'n t HtrapHla, caofMtfitv yt-- F qld end Imvm n wd Clarenc Mttohtli. Hflir lsft In t,hdr auo, o WeUJWSd p ! '. -j ' """n. frtM" taVt t t,fyHf.ui.e Mr ""V'ms hmO rvf- hrtef 7ff Hi Mi y uj J:mdy iff Frr- but wsk is complete with toys, as well as useful presents for the older folks. Don't put off buying until the last day. Make your purchases early, you will get better selections, and better service. Remem ber, we can supply your needs. Make our store lurkoys. Must weigh and up. Can handle I'rof. Or.nn. HIiuRb went 1ft Louis- - all Hint you can bring us. Bring your turkoyn to im for best prices. Me on Imslnoss Tuesday. Ass'n., American S. L. KINO, Mgr. Mrs. Tlci Hums visited friends at Whltesvidlo tho first ot Aid week. Myrtle, daughter ot Mr. Walter Mr Ernlo Brown received turkeys Kennedy.suKtnlncd qulto a painful acfor tho A. C A. ut Kronoa Tuos- - cident some days ago, when nho was run over by a loaded wagon, which diiy broko both bones In the lower part Mrs. L. S. Lnr.cli, of Hob Hoy, 1b of one of her. limbs, just aliovo tho spending tho week with her Ron, Prof. shoo top. Henry I.cach. Mr. Jeif Watterson, who Is era- Mrs. Fori logors, of Plkovlllo, wus ployed at St. Louis, spent a few days V his family hero tho first of the the guest I her sister, Mrs. Ike Fos-.wlweek. Ho returned to St. I.ouIb yester, the first of Urn week. terday, accompanied by his wife who Mrs. 'S. J. Slnton, of Koiirih City, will spend a few days In tho MissouMo., 3k 'visiting her father, Mr. Sam ri metropolis. OuHuUi, at 1'ordr.vlllc, this week. Mrs. Melvin Uartlctt died at her lieutenant Royse Iglciieart .lias homo near Taffy, on Wednesday After funeral to duty at BMtle morning, of paralysis. assigned Crook, Mich., and left for that city services conducted by Hot. Harper tho remains were Interred at Union yesterday. Grovo burying ground yesterday at 1 Mr. Stonewall Evuns, ot Arnold, eleven o'clock a. m. who has recently gono through u seKordsvillo Planing Mill Company vere attack ot pneumonia fever, is has opened a Hnrdwaro and Furslowly recuperating. lh llrft 1lrey Smith, of Taffy, ported to bn very 111. Ik re- TUllHttVS WANTED Will, pay highest market prico for WWWWbQ-$Q4QQQQ$- AMERICA WHIPPING GERMANY Will be O o nt an easy task to what buying a for your friend will be this year if you wait, as usual, until two or three days before Christmas. suita-bleprcsc- early, anticipating the scarcity of merchandise, and have on display now a big line of the very newest things in JEWELRY and KODAKS. We are prepared to furnish you with useful and attractive presents for anyone you desire to give to, including our Soldier Boys. A look will convince you, so drop in. We bought j. b. niture store If our volume of local nows is limited this woek J lint charffo it up to tho blizzard. Willi everybody Bitting by the fire There Ic'uot marh news utrwslB. Mrs. Adrla ltagon, who was summoned licre several days ngo on ot tho death of her mother, Mrn. Lticy Tanner, has return! to her home In BJytheiflle, Ark. on Main street, In Fords-Till- c, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN tappan: V Ky., and are prepnred to fur- nlth you anything thut you may need In ttiosc two lines. Write for prlcos. Call, and tee the quality of their loads. nt for your holiday shop- I i ".nK, and rememoer mai n scr -- J j ...,.. i... a. '" j- -- i ". . .- 1 1 1 ity In which tho mother died. Her husband died Many years ago. Aunt A munition ship exploded in Halt-fa- x Ncoma was tho very soul of goodness, harbor, killing 2,000 people anil and was universally liked. Her humility of spirit, and motherly wounding more thnn 3,000 others. goodness to everybody will causo hor The Cossacks, Russia's intrepid name to ho long remembered In her horseback fighters, led by Generals community. Kaledlr-cnnd Kornlloff, have stnrt-- e TO STOCKHOLDKItS OXIjY. a counter revolution, and violent Wo havo orders from headquarters engagements betweon Cossacks and Bolshevlkl havo occurred, and Hus-ei- a not to soil goods to anyono other In tho throes of civil than stockholders, and from now on lo now ONLY those owning stock In tho Aswar. sociation can buy goods from us. As destroyer, Jacob much as we would llko to accommoTho torpedo was tho first American war date our friends, wo have to abide Jones, vessel to fall a victim to German by orders, and sell only to stockand tho ship and 27 Amer- holders. . ASS'N., AM. ican seamen went down off the S. L. KING, Mgr. j coast. French . of With only a single dissontiug vole PETITION KOK JtKD CHOSS CHAPTEIt Congress passed a resolution declaring that a state of war exists beA petition for authority to organize tween tho United States and Austria- a Ited Cross Chapter has, been sent nungary, to Mr. T. C. Green, State Director, Congress Is now working oul plana signed bv the followmr;: Mrs. F. 1!, lU0 government to take over and DoWitt. Mrs. C. M. Barnett, "Mrs Hol- oncrato tho railroads during tho war. Minnc Wedding, Mrs. Rowan or to unify tho operation of tho roads brook, Judgo Jno. B. Wilson, Mr. W, under their own management to the ji. uarnes, Mr. u. is. bnutn, ur. j, Mr. end that they may glvo the country II. Plrtle, Mr. Jao, C. IHloy, Rowan Holbrok. I more offectlvo service. BOIIiKD DOWN. rr III '. fcl --C- I . " 1 u. ' . ... at o, : I r K ut i i tn ld - tf El. rds y. p"ii"i ... ,'" j lla-Un- ,' i fr .,..., "'',' lijwrtera -j !. , y' "i'n t r -- 1 l" jtfffVKr IVWBi T3,.ilt ,nr ".'V "M? GREAT AIR FUliT H PIER MILE LONG SIGHT T WAR TALKS By UiNGLE DAN Number Six iS NI!W iii mm .OTOllS TM'.KKl) OUT IN" QUAN-TUIKK, riliOTH IX TltAlK- - u. s. kkoi.vkkiw aiu: mmiuxt: plot. WOIIK AT turn of any that may bo left. With iho strict enforcement of ihh law tho Federal authorities hope to BUILT prevent exploslvcn fulling Inlo tho hands of evilly disposed persons, and to lint a stop to all further dynantlt' 2P'i,,orosisioa..y 5bn. m rmi y.;.. z Wk- - Otto C. Martin i Vf Attorney at Law IBIIIIc and Jimmle Will Talco Military I i:; ajshoai). I 'Training. "I nm mighty sorry, Uncle Dan, Hint this Is jour last night with in. Can't you stay longer? We boys tiro having Hi peach of u time," huld Ulllie. "Well, If you Rut more out of It In the way of pleasure than 1," said Undo Dan, "you arc going fonm." "Blllle, I have been lulklng seriously with your father and mother about mending you to n military academy nnd they asked mo to talk with you about "Whoopee I" BUIIe screamed, like a wild Indian. "Now, hold your horses," said Uncle Dan, "and listen to me. You know I ent my boy, Howard, to one of these cbools for a year when lie was about .your age. He was narrow chested, stoop shouldered, rather loose Jointed; tie had the big head and needed discipline and physical development. He was growing fast and I wanted hlm to be strong physically." "Say, Uncle Dan," said Illllle, "I your description of Howard fits jne pretty well, eh?" "Well," said Uncle Dnn, "to be frank same need It does; I thinkHoward did you like It the first. I nt thing. not am told for a few weeks he had 'tough sledding,' but after he found that the only way was to obey orders, he caught the spirit of the Institution and liked it. AVe did not see hlm for about sis months, then he rnme home for a few days. Wu were astonished at his appearance. He had gained about -- 0 pounds In weight, his muscles were a hard as nails, he stood as straight an nn arrow, he was courteous, cunsldcr- e it." . j$gM $ mi &h m mH 'fi 111 WM HJfcv h$ar-- m. v m&L mm m VU7 fil ; iifcsferaf t&m$ mi mnmm(sjw.jfm;i n-- :?W r v'4ntt3CMp3BKv nvii-tar- y Xuie the result ot six months of training. Compare Hne3 tn cut. A-- A y ami Hte and ninnly. His awkwardness had dibuppeared. The ehiinge was wonderful and it vii nil to the good. Hen-In photograph showing 'before nnd ufter taking,' and I am sure no patent medicine advertisement could beat It. "Well, mother and I were delighted. That was ten years ago, and Howard fays the year he spent nt the military ucademy was the het year of his life. "Now," said Uncle Dan, with great earnestue?, "when such training docs ;o much good, makes better citizens and tt tho same time ilts a man to difend his country, why should not Uncle Sam furnlMi this training at the govern-mnt'- s expense? The government w the light to call anyone to serve In case of war, and without training, n man Is worth nothing us a soldier. Uncle Sam has splendid new training camps that will soon be available for the purpose, therefore, here is double reason why the Chamberlain bill for compulsory military training should bo passtd nt once, so that every boy physically lit may lmvo this training and to pay for. not leave it for his pan-ntOn account of the expense, not one boy In W) enii take the training now. I am clad Hint you can do so. These big crops and big prices. I flnd, make the farmers rather 'cocky.' and that tho host Is demimded by them." Ulllle wns up with tho lark the nest morning, more excited and enthusiastic than ever. He had a plan. He know Jluimlo owned a wilt worth 5100; that ho would make almost another S100 on his potatoes if they turned out well, nnd that he had from his previous saving-- , bought n $100 Liberty bond. tlllie's plnnwiw to have Jimmle cash In and go with hlm. He was disappointed to find that .Tlnimle would still lack about $1100 ot having enough to tec him through. Ills lip quivering, lie .aid: "I'm mighty sony to leave Jims s Washington, Dec. 9. Production LOfAMCAMlDO noroplano motora on a In a city h;te cwl liolfl .antity bals actually has begun, tojnil, tU roftliaui lxal the nicrlcan nrmy nvlatora aro In train-..- g litt. It It first In the h.earti ot Its o.i tho Uglitlng Ilnc3 In Kuropo , couQtiymcn. ad tho nation Jo within bight of io-Highway nnd nation of the groat air (loot pro-iDcsitjii. mapped out ulnco tho United .P-Z- r :.:? uitos ontered llic war. i.. ?!. "..:irri -- ' . ': Figured can not be published, but j,;V' K5i..--- -. monition; y;"V t became known todny that WSfi?ft?5?S if tho Air Hoard who returned re', . cently from nn Inspection trip to ol, Tl'e Powliat-- .i i i ,)laut3 and flying fluids are satisfied il" tml rf ''il I' .hat another sixty days will nee men nu jtti"!i ii.. Iirt , Arenac, ISl'i i and machines being turned out at .IIKAVKIl HAM, JCY. i. kcs i! ' .i it ,t: '' :i.i,i'!iir-tfr- a a rate that Insures the ultlinato sucfor r, to rfftt .' io.li bclioull ami k? I rtict, cumci.lioill, cess of their plans. Olllro Jiitiies TiijInrN I.lery Hum. Liberty machiuo-mad- e The first llic Tewtittan imracti the Ic of culttuc ami re motor was completed on ThanksIi tj Stall", War ami giving day and a substantial number luii Uti'ait.T.cnts, also to man? c( litoiict interest, jiM of tho machines will bo delivered this n'a!. tlm Iintrl npccially machine-mad- e u a i!ictiriiinatiii pv'j-liproduct The month. has functioned undor test as A Ths Tawtutan eflert rooms iVj Jstachsil batli at Jl.JO. CL.s:j:..i u. ;. -fuiiiiiy motors c&.iLsk.L4I as tho haml-mad- o in V0 and up. TnuiC-Mrtim-' iluomi wl.li pri iiiiii m. .ii PATLrM3 K EI I,... ii.l i ,nr ii.i .. first constructod and so far no imvate bst:i, iZ '0. S3 00 inJ vp. i wi"' innruUKLix. t -im THAT P.T,I'l', ! Write fur I uo! M n b trip, In douign has revealed t'l portant defect M lll.i', ami ii'l' "" " ' Lj ii I irudi'L in.iu..r lmtli trt met iiit . C'.U'Vr itself. w ytn 14 nn tvticiitAtfiiit). rartlii. 5ur 15 passing PlmitM To Begin Work. Other n:rcrcMcr ILmk I'll I'roniHiili l.r',tlul or Othor plants will begin delivery 14- m tUmt tod i'Q trad rati U BO3.D0D Etroot, tU prMtiptlr. El machine-mad- e motors within a few track. WASHINOTON, D. C A maximum unloading time of S. FREY, E. & weeks. One will have a capacity of hours has beon established nALTIHORC. MU. I II soveral thousand completed motors a M pier, which means mtjsxrn miiaiii m il ' month. With al plants working, the for vessels at this 500-focargo carriers must monthly production of motors not that live THE be emptied hero each twenty-fou- r only will permit tho equipment of the SEWING eJctm Eg3 wwwft MA oo air forces tho United State Is raising hours. r exception of the lumber Ji. " OF and training, but will also permit the ' With the rt ff)3 tU llf COl'ItT IMICKCl'OltY. m tk ill to supply many thou-an- which is being got out of French overnraent ' i Biji"fr of tho engines to various of tho woods by American regiments of for ...mu .ft&on''y0u cm buy no mailer what ntLj OOOO' en . allied powers that have asked lor esters all the matorlals for this pler;0 A Vn being sent from bent to supplement their own out- andts equipment is J) up ,....,.,: "ti".ri'ii ,it the United States. .iiiA vniuauiu VOW U put. UM ' The work on this one pier, how- iJitdse H. W. RlaekrfftK reicli ot yon laoiau.Kuiu of Blaelcrfinitliiiit,' and He Meanwhile, training of the men only a small part of what is you have observers aud thousands ever, Is jCiallyltbiliSi rd jobs the other follow aviators and t'om'tli. Altn,fconpcratton nt tnerlinnlM needed to keen til C being done Similar piers, but soni"ford, itlils work, for I feel that being built at lw.t ilicrs in air is moving forwarJ j wlnt smaller, aro Clerk Ayour assistance I could do ln " uluul l" .steadily, l.ntli nt hr,mn and nliro.il!. Master 'Jand I wish to nsk a con-- j -, p?o makelal speoiaity of iroiseshooing suul Uy the tlmo our additional ship e.ip.icity ot tho plant for produc- The tin f of that support jou have "if ex-- 1 ping becomes available next, spring IicityourJp atronaue in this line. wn may nil ing aviators at homo has been - Trnsta- uivuu me. that a hotter coun-l- st to tho point where the most Uncle Sam's own terminals In Franc- j panded llgcthor to have will be able to handle supplies a' .aspect fully yours, Jlf wo lmvo ever had. enou3 problems now facing tho gov- -' r.0,000 tons perl ''?l:ing you again for tho pah- in this part of its war work tho rate of at least eminent day. This will be at the rale ot 100 1st iAl find kind hospitality you linvj v is to gel enough students of the right ; !o fs pounds per day per man for an army kind to educate. 1st Mme. I remain. of 1.900.000. ( The ground schools are turning out Vours sincerely. w. w. iiiiownEK. every week r. largo clats ready 'or ' id y( ' Musrle Sorcue.ii Kelleved. -Agent U. S. Department of, pielimluary Hying work. Probably a Unusual work, bending and lifting grlctilture flith of tho men admitted to the or strenuous exercise Is a strain on llll I'XiifritMU'e in the ground schools fall to comploto tho the muscles, they becomo soro aud v general instruction v'.wioua course of ! ' rttll, you aro crippled and in piin 4 VO r 'qu.rcd. Certainly an equal percent- Sloan's Liniment brings you quick Mwf'. vnTinj! age drop out before each class paes relief, easy to apply, it penetrates i--i mtm on thru its preliminary flying course. without rubbing aud drives oat the 1 n:nnv:w:m Avcini.i 1 ,1100 Sent Ovcracos. ojii soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner ejomJ8An jo 'pjoj "j u jipi It is Ui secret, however, that nioro than mussy plasters or ointments, ir She i!no' n; X)i jnijq x raojj XupunK -- t JHMq-cithan 1.000 candidates for the covet- does not stain tho skin or clog the HTJIlUdlUlUt H 'j u ) jw Hui y apnr pOUJtl-soumiiq a ed rank of junior military aviator 'nore. Always havo a bottle handy Jnlb in'iiAi iiotiii 'piouiwn ii v u "'""nave aireauy owu A.? U 1 spiut oq AV u for rfl0 palns aches 0f rheumatism. Probably tho number at work abroad gout Iumbag0 grppe rulscs. stiff-i- s Siir ,ojp.o g v Msi z 8piA-no tar in excoss ot that figure. They 11...J.', ..uv...... .... ,, n nvtPrnili ,in Coi 0ii .... JVH UH oilf)K 1 tO'itu iua aro training in every allied country At your druggist, 25c. npoasv sjaiiauoj.-Rjuojs.- i .iijj, . ' --- othat tipecliilizoii in aviation and re Moot England and Italy .isiCllS Ob' DXIM.OSIVKK MUST ports from in Jam, ,nn j0 oaautp tiivipmini pwj SMCUttM KKDNU.U. IdCICXSKS 1st Ma jjl'avijs 5i "a 'Jfl uonuonr oj pa hao noted their presence Tho equipment for tho vnguard of H', yu. 'o.puii( ju 'SHl3(todili: mi tho airmen is being obtained abroad..) Federal license is now required 1!1 .Ml pjj. UK uo Pi1JnIo oil, stivra In ti,t, uultarl States for tho legal It includes planes of the most Stiirtotu nov isiij 3utiauuaui nt. lighting types and for training possession of explosive, any person :5d M.igt dato purposes In this country fcimllar ma- -' having explosives and not holding a Duh j.'i.r.'.niK-'.-'rrwa- . 'lIOXaiKIIJ.. W'lHVH tLr.ifcggtvtiMAi.r-rir.ia4J,., :.il'.'Mit t chines havo been brought over. TlityjiCL,I1;,0 thorofor being subject to a Ith Mag. 3lljj '.jcpuow. uji pauod Leach, q jnjij Mnoi 'HI Xupiwnr will bo needed to familiarize tho n0 (lf 55,000 and imprisonment for men with engines they might be call-on- o year ."th Maglsterii..-- ., ol iVXi ir,ipirt ,'ss jjj kerson, Ilockpoi., ed upon to operate on tho other side. 0lliy citizens of the United States y,, u'lVH -. --and friendly countries may obtain li- (ith Magisterial iJIstrlrt enor, Centertown. censes. The purchaser of dynamite Don't Let Ymir Cough Hang On. S9ABS B. P Ittce, A cough that racks nnd weakens must state definitely what the oxnlo-siv- e 7th Maclsterlal DNirlrl your Fordsvlllo. Is to be used for when obtaining is dangerous, it undermines MftrikQSnOlF 2 W Hen health and thrives on neglect. He-- 1 his license, and will bo held accoun'-abl- o Hth Magl.sterlal no llsrMEM 1 Taylor, Hertford, Houlo for Us uso as stated and the lievo It nt onco with Dr. King's New ;.-- . 2'-- " -Discovery. This soothing balsam rem-- 1 AT . iUSJ!.?--!- i W ..(. ,il edy heals the throat, loosens the jflt.p t phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill 4 ;i tho germ and the cold is quickly rf Q o v TTV 4 nnd grownbroken up. Children WITH ups alike find Dr. King's New Disc covery pleasant to take as well as N effective. Have a bottle handy In y 03H your medlclno chest for grippe, croup :. cno ?s-iM-.M1 .,.. .1 ...,.-,...- ,... At altecttons. and all bronchial ' .; Liberty ct ' mtls-factorl- ly ' The 1017 pntaln crop in estimated to conI.it of fi, 000, 000, 000 bush els, or half again nn much n lust UeporlR tho coraiulHsIon ivir. Wellington, Dec. S. I'rohably no' on car service from Indicato that more ono person tn 10,000 in tho United than 7r0,000 cars will be needed (o Slates has the slightest appreciation bundle it. of tho tremendous problems Involved In Uuclo Sam's work of arranging to keep his army In France fully supplied nnd equipped. Somo idea may be given by a statement of what Is being done at ono French port in nrrnnglng terminal facilities to receive supplier from I It! J Hide, classify them and Nlart them on to tho front. At this port American engineers are rushing work on one unloading pier one milo long. This pier will vessels at accommodate ten 000-foone ymc. imt Forty lingo craner. four for each JZ. jLvessel arc lining installed on this ' Fpier to facilitate unloading. One hunA safe, old fashioned dred and fifty electric trucks aud remedy for worms. trailers will be used In arrylng Seventy-fiv- e yean eontvtu the varcious classes of supplies to out U5 u th" bet tettimnn'Jtl ' proper stations on tha pier, tholr FREY'S VERMIFUGE cm four trailers each truck drawing offer you. Jwiri while four others arc being loaded or i J;rj UtV tie klWwi hA It Krjy eip unloaJed. nd hftltKy, fjvj) 25f, bottle tt yowl ifntntn'i or Back of tha clarification yards iVr rntu rtarf; i tf your tnd na'l warrw wprlr 25c run a aetwark of a dozca railway a it.k.ncu vonr. msmim&i ...c- -x?r rv7 IIAUIJ'UUIJ, iv i. Ui iirof8lon In lUti Will iiwetioy 'initUfi roinnier"J adjoining. , fttid MuKCritnlUMl I'raille- - a Specialty j !aEML0R.CL drTo. $A Mothers erai vjrS - Ph:U - Beavet Dam, Ky.. Dramaac -- ....' .' '. - In.V. iBr --'. E. HART YRTMlilNAKY vSUHGEON ot 1 ' . cmii-alio- 1,-2- e sal S- Sl tii 1 ' )l I - '! r. lVrfr-wu- & r;jith ot mnn.i ooooooo ooooooooo - ds ooooooooo "" " j f .r Utnr.natc Aur" omfrti-- , I fi'lJr,.. I i m '" III) I ( M& mm ttAJM&J W W liiiis ri Wk aoiii Vjft WlJt G r t O W rt , fiy. 1 A.n . ot tr-t- 1 i - ,,,,,, I pJj pESiaD 'tazrmss- seslsssudlz: , j- up-to- . 'i j , a iCououi noL )eqj Dl-trl- ct l IfIAi 3pBi 0) SBd - t 466'0O'''' ..,..- iKjidll B&IMM AND .." WIIHKIY al JTOJJ !J 1''K (J11C1 !I Get on the FirinfiT Line can:: ?: lj Sir. Kfeg'i r, Efe W druggists, 50c. o--a 3 Tho Ccivaril of Age. wife of a Missouri editor, Tho whoso family evidently wants to !) shown, stood last week at the corner of Times squnro, New York, holding tho hand ot hor littlo daughter,! twelve years old. They watchod the pausing crowd for about Ave nilnutas when tho child looked up and said.,' "Mother, whon will 1 bo old enough to wear short skirts?" j The Hartford Republican Till: MKMI'III.S vlzls 'oa i U UA .k:- 'I AMD ALL T1IH("T AMI) LUNG TV.!1 LK-j. Orxstrra- kcs."es" - Atv 7;U & ii A Al WMilUiiXl TTjra rr,,,rxRr:sfir. Commercial-Appe- IJOTII ONK YKAIt l'OK ft bufinctJ htd Inrfrt- wlitttsnew trv. in incniinn nil wipac. nn cut ct the mt; tct en the Aris lfa. Rtt1 1 11 Fvonwntto rorcfC'l InlifeMtti mLiit Lnnw .'-- C 5b 1 Uy special iirrnngcuieiitM, wo aro enabled to fitinl.-l- i Popular Science tu Pirnt Intr rritlns the Lit,i,nt mw.ty'1 those two m 11 Monthly electricity AlVll'( l';i-i- ! ami uieful tntriln. worth, livery luouta 6J and I11 mle." $100 Reward, $100 SCO PJc'.urco r.. Uncle Dnn was silent n moment 'or two, then he asked Ullllo to go ilntvn to tho orchard and get hlm some apples to eat on the train. While he was gone, It was nrriuujpil that Uncle Dan ad Mr. uml Mrs. OrtiTtatn would advance tho money neconry so that Jlinmio could go. When Millie returned he was told ubout It. He ran to the 'flUiB ami called Jlutmlt, ftnyhi: "Game oa over, run Jaet as fast ua : "U .u got the gratest news eeu, mat l'e heart The readout of title pnptr will l pkasei to loam that there In at ! ona dreaded cltau tiiat uelwiee lutx )on abk to cur in U it atagsa anc!' tTKatl that U catnnli. Caturth twinooKUlttou, InllueiK't.I by eoiiHtiiutioiml require lorlitltuilonul trcatwant. Hill' Cstairh Mitciii In tiCun internally an aattt thru the Wood on tho MHfSou n of ti 8ytim tlmrpjjjr iJjt-oylglvlnjr ttis tha found. Hon ofrvthe' ' t "l"'r" - li) .. ..I ofl. I' . i j.l J .. "' '"' , t I.) t. "'' Bui-fffc- papers at this low Tho Cominorchil-AiipeapulilUliffd In eatli order. This am alike. rnto for a limited is a largo l tlio South. C'ali into is applicable time. ami one of iho uiry best pa-itiiust In nil i'iimw iiicoitipaiiy to renewals uml new htilMcrib. ' ..wur,nh. In 300 Article All tha new cuirtrfuiA., in ALL link.' i V.rsttvilH ll'iuuui'ioH tw try anJifiM litftiltul. ' t tia" W(iajtMt Pr;;tca Cttlttiiv.'y. i 1. r . i . IiuiV .' a.loft? ' f. to lnnrPn.,I,1,,', llUtOtlf - ' 'I. CCiUflTlltra. Ira .ri. nir4 tit), lux-ntloi- piit 4lip, tr ' ir.r ..r,"?-KKI) VQUIt 0K1MH TO . autMi:oi..ica ami Rcrit-ti1"- . In ft.rusibc, auU la uucmuerv. malifi ihlnjt at lion. 10 MflMTr Haw tt BM.nlli, iuulmi n.' ifrUratori. pgullry ht,ui, furultuir, juUmoUlle iliop reyilrr, etc. tp-ut!i- t lint. It l nill of mmif 11 U wmiiw i.i wwm fmn w and wlrel'rt. ldia afi CUt', 1Hl'l t'it VVAOWnQTON, I), or I'CIM to nr U4 M t.iw MM? SOOD asr: tyr c. luUfcl tU; Coutt a Copy 51. DO a Y&r ivrdalr nr writ tlMt to Ott It ffW r,- - r&cieiu:MietHiy. WFOiurta 11 !" ' A.,r. M4 HMalaa uj tiir. FtW yMltrlMUiafla.ia'J U ui i...iil.llli .,.i l.. Irtv if i OS eoi.rovj 1 THE HABTF03D SCPUBUCAff. ...1 & tii wuuuto;. v""'"i. .. ! t. ' i3. " CSUltl).u .liX it: n...,. ...r. ' Uy you.' , , ., .1... en iok i ha b. . ? ftliWuii, ti K HT i. ii - n nil inrwiii ninn n mini nm ii " aftornoon on Ilocombcr in, 1017,and fully complying with. nil such certificates therefor issued '"I he country's need in great. Viwt SHIP LOSS SINCE ohall have no furthor validity. r.nniH of monay are roqulrnd and u.ut FROM "In any case of doferrod elassltl-cntio- n 1QI4 TOTTALS 231 be rained. . mado under theso rules and "Tho war Inx law seeks to distri5. regulations tho Socrotary of War may COMBS: bute the bunion as fairly aa possible. It routs lightly on tho man of j order such deferred classification, and IN tonnaoi: i:ii any certificate issued in evidence, damki, i:oim:k, mnnll iiicomo, 2 per cent on yearly is uic; .ion Kl.W ViCSSKLS IIAVH IlKKN thorcof to bo revoked and rescinded, NATION'S W. It CIIKST Incomes up to $3,000, while tho rich ADDKU. ninl tho registrant to bo transferred man, who receives $3,000,000 or to any less deferred class designated more per annum, must contribute G3 ,- -, by the secretary, except only as to per cent. Liverpool, Nov. fi. Tho Liver- such reglptrnnts ns have been plac-o- d "To collect from overy man his pool .'UoiUiiulilp Owenors' Association illy I. Harper I.nccli.) In Class V on account of legal exJust proportion and to do It In a man- reportB that 231 of Its ship, with a Washington, Dot. s. Hon- to pre-r- t lier that will innko thu contributor total tonnage of 1,4G&.04I. nro num- emption. t nt'lo Snin'M lilllti to Ilia 7.000,. "Every possible effort will bo made a happier and more loyal cltlxen lit bered among tho war losses since (ii (I brand now taxpayers In ono of by .local boards to acquaint registhe tuxk thuL face thu commissioner August, 1014. lllch In fitciti of tiome llfenmt civic Mte. Tivlnli In the ninotint of rc.idine i b IiIk John. trants with their order of liability. It it brlims to nil nscn. Tlic ,Mo.t for nil Iir.nds. Tlie I'al fro:u nil soutccu. of iittenml revenue." New voHnolu added to the fleet of Is absolutely necetunry that each regIt n llio biggest dunning ciittrrprlfo 12 Great Serials or Gronp Slorics for 1S16 llicn 250 Shorter Stores. the inomhora of tho association woio istrant know his 'order number." Th" in II III lory, but it ban to hn done, Ilare nrticles by noted authorities. "The best I2ditori.il Page in the THU (JltKATKIt HWlUMA. J31, with a tounuRQ of fl4 0,r.32. new filing system of the local board and dt in quickly. Ily March 1 next country." Current Kvents, Nature and Science, Pairily Pa.e, Hoys' Cost In lOitllii'.ntcil. Page, Girls' Pajc, Children's Page, Doctor's Corner, Things lo Moke, Money ery ninn subject to Income tax mutt will enable the clerk to instantly lo-- 1 to Save, Games and Sports to l'lay, Companion Receipts. 52 issues, $2.00. flrowln? public Interest In the plan The anoclnlion estimates the' cost ento any nntno on his Hit, and tho I vo made bin return. of the Department of tho Interior for (,r replacement of liner losses during process of r, iTOiTS aii' ft r oT tin now army and selection of i the bi'iid enlargement of the Sequoia Na- - ibo war at 103,500,000. "After i )t i;. m m In Daniel ('. lloper, fur-- i the registrants, under these rules and , of Park undoubtedly had much iduetlnK 100,000,000 as recoverable regulations, shall begin by the postrr as'sii.int ptwtmattlcr general, America's Fashion Authority for millions o women. What to v;rw bow to do with last miinmer's enormous under Insurance or from tho state as to make It bow lo save. 12 splendid numbers full of Fashions and taore ing of notice In the olllces of tho who brcanu coinmlHuIonur of Internal sugzehlioni. 75 cents per year. fais- - uncortnlned values under the terms of increase In tho patronage of this r wiiiio September 27. boards on Perm I002, and by on the west thoro was left a balance mailing a Qiiehtlonnairo (Form 1001 ) ?Cl ft A iues of everything that will tlelixht all U i a lull, Himre individual, hu-- i "ItmtliiK reservation V"fr ages, the Best Storie, iho Latctt Style, VpiCi3 slopes of tho Sierra Nevada Moun-,t- o bo provided of 131,500,000. In 411 to overy registrant Included within ti. cure, lint with ondlati of This In- -' aitlun there must be a heavy outlay in tontral California. Sead 2.25 to the publishers of the paper in u btch this Offtrappeara nud get such posted notice, and notice of ev- in r.t & crease amounted to more than seven- - n reconditioning liner llocts as they ory subsequent action taken by eithALL I OR a. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 weeks. J I'lminoh In I'll.cr l.lsi. H (Tbii OrfcrU to nap Youth's Companion ubscrlt)crs only.) o In the f rff1 OJ" per cent of the attendance tho osiai when peace is restored. Hop r will probably pas Into hls- H er tho local or district board in re-- 1 ( Jh 2. The Companion Home Calendar for 1913. year before; and last year's attend- - lenult provided tho wholo of the (shall be glv- - ' spaet of each registrant reatiMt tnx gatherer the i ry a the tj o iujncitiutvci uwuui iut tcui It nOlod, was nn Increase of 0y collected In respect of war losses on by entering a minute or ilato of TUB YOBTU'8 COJIPANIOW, TOSTON. mSSACIICSnTTS v irld Iiiih ecr soon, relegating Klllg rnraasS imasxzznKznasmMJu forty per cent over the figures of h reinvested In shipping, the line such action on tho Classification Ust i KtiiK Hehoboam and other exposition year preceding. would have to "find out of earnings, (Form 1000) in the otllco of tho'lo-- j mr nl iplcbrlilo In that line to the tho sssassssx3SS3SBBE3!S3S2!xm ve Knc k the Spots Out of Things That these two enormous Increases out of further capital, or on credit, eal board, and In addition to such ' t ' rr ' precise period wince the n order to bring back their fleets to entries, by mailing to the registrant &J n a . . 3,000,000 farm era rover tho Not i than plan for "tho Greater Sequoia" was the state of elllciency In which they (and in some car.es to other claimi pi income Ihx, despite the fact a (wore before tho war, about 4 7,000,- significant, ants) a notice of such action. i.uriy all farmers are married mnde public Is at least UUIIUUL 1 UUL Last summer's Increase consisted 000. "Whenevcr a duty Is to be perand a man get $1,000 Tho report proceedb. "If the state formed or n period of time begins to largely of campers In and near the ii wife and $200 for each iiu rifty-flv- e typewriters. Les- r Gtant Forest. Many of them re- - embarks'on the building of liner run within which any duty is to be French Dry Cleaned and PrecaetJ la 6 J sons explnined by Moving Picfor weeks, some all summer, mige, the future of the Hnors must performed by any such registrant.or Superior Manner. war wlilli created i (.nunately the ture machine. Seven big Degravely Imperiled. Tho ship-ues- s within which any right or privilege much to tho prolit of the local busl-.b- e U.. big dunning and collecting Job Bookus your Garments and Harv partments Shorthand, Send channels through which they building yard facilities for the may bo claimed or exercised by or in h, s alnii partly organized thu Them keeping, Telegraphy, Stcnotypy, Mug of such tonnage are limited, and rnsnect of any such registrant, a no- their supplies. to carry It 'thru. The Sequoia is fast becoming tho if tho ships are occupiod by state tice of tho day upon which such duty 3 Music, Primary Normal. ExAbout 00 per cent of the 3,031 CLEANED CLEAN grcatebt tamping out locality In tho ships, It will bo lmpossiblo for the is to bo performed, or such time he- - .i pert teachers. Modern equiprotinllcs in thu United States have country and If the magnificent groves linos to replace their losses. assured. ment. Position Hut, Packages called tor and delivered. gins to run, snau ue nuuiuu iu mu iiecii organized for war purposes by Write for catalogue. malt-In- s of the present Sequoia Park aro sup- - above all else, if the state Is tho creation of county defence coun, lug Hhips to competo with the Una recistrant, and the date of such oppoby the immense scenic vnl-THE ELTE PISSING CLU of notice shall be entered cils. leys It Is proposed to add to the park, ti,cr credit with thoir shareholders site the nanio of such registrant on Daviess Co, Bus. College I Uoper will ue thene county counA. Ivit N'ull, Prop. valleys now unknown to the public, will bo destroyed, and such capital tho Classification List, which Is alcils to uducate thu puoplu on tho war Incorporated park many as. they have available will be there will bo diawn to the HAUTFURD. KENTUCKY. ways open to Inspection by the public tax and Inform them how to pay It. it 0VENSBORO, KY. of campers yearly from drawn to find more scmr employ-fa- r at the ofllce of tho local board. a large Held a In addition to this, ment. distant States. "In addition to the mailing of such force of deputy internal revenue colPlans In Kxlsteaes. of the notice to registrants, notice lectors will shortly take the Held and DSEUV-VDHA- X "The questions raised In this mem- - disposition of claims of other perStomach Trouble and Constipation. ikdivor speeches at the courthouses, stom- - orandum aro of pressing lmportancs shall he sons in respect of registrants Those who are afflicted with churches nml schools thruout tho , Petro-Ment- a Relives Files constipation should-- ns it has recently been announced mailed to such other persons." country. Iilanks and pamphlets will nch trouble and build-foun- d on the No matter how stubborn the read tho following: "I have never that tho stato is starting be distributed. 'will anything so good for stomach ins of liner tonnage. Plans aro car- - OKBMAXS PliA.VNEI) KIG case may bo Petro-Ment- a "The purpose of tho war tax U in existence for vessels to bring relief. A trial will convince and constipation as Chamber-Irond- y AVIHKI.ESS IN AUGKXTINA of the Liberty Identical with that I t hnvn iiKB.l thorn off ry about iu.uuu tons ucau wuiei t ,. . . .. you. For sale by Ohio County Use . I .nti sam comuiiMiuaer uoper .o - , lntn'a- Tablets f foHrtecn knot8. Drug Co. Price 25c. ' rf..w.,i Iiucnos Aires, Dec. S. Tho arrest "' (l.iv. "Its jMitrlotle Hitpanl Is oven 11UU Uli I1W . "The iiBSOclation asked tho govern- - of Count Luxburg. formerly German They not only rcgu.aio mo acuoi. u MroiiRor. for Instead of an Investment l,u linurola lilll RI minima tbo liver ment to guaniniee uiai me ihihuiuss minister to tho Argentine Republic, i: rallit for a contribution. Tho bond body In a healthy con- of the Hues shall bo restored to them prevented tho operation ot a gigantic loans -- the taxpayer gives to end keep one's Peel ripht all tho time. Don't lay ot Hoop- - 'after tho war and that they bo prostation which had been erectIV- eiiii-of liberty. The real issue Is dition." writes Mrs. Henhunln from work for days by taking; calome i.iiiofl with klBBl for rcnlacine tho wireless m keeps ye - t. es aKalnst war indemnity to er, Auburn, N. Y. when pleasant; Liv- - Ver-La- x ed by a German company on a bluff . llect." on your feet, whilorelievingyourtrouh near Buenos Aires. When Luxburg fact must bo tnado m. and this -lc. Safer too, and easy to take. Don Snake. received his passports the company A i ,( the Amorlcan pcoplo. j i n take inything else. You can't.afforo apparatus which :v i inr was installing ,"i Notice I have a bull snaUe In my policy of tha bureau Is to it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By HEN was expected to an this city into diREGISTERED put torn and relieves constipation. A naU every citizen the full alfalfa Held, north of town, to catch m.i ra , ural remedy, natural in ita actions, Burv. communication rect radiographic gophers. Please do not bother him or i bis tax with tho least in its effect and certain in results. I - shoot at hlin. aB he Is a good, well- with the German station at Nauon, wif,' to tho Indivldnwon't bo long before io- Germany. I completely displace calomel in overs illness. At tho samo time! behaved snake and harmless except to home. Children can tako it freely ant Draft Tho next day tho Minister of Mava mat taxpayer may ne as- - copiers ami mice. u. n. uunnmiuj. - Registrants TTV with perfect safety. Every bottle ;?uat U rine closed the wireless station and Adv. In the Abilene (Kans.) Kugi no other citizen will b. V antecd.o50cand 1 in bottle3. Non Must Know Their ordered an officer of the navy to suu evade the law, which lie ister. genuino without the likeness and si;jn '.-PC P. " dismantling of tho apCarutu, th2 woman perintend tho ture of L. K. Grisby. For salo by Duties tonic, helped Mrs. Vvii - j ."A- paratus. rt ILLIAMS. - Hiirtiord JS: . li2:n Evcrsolc, of I la: "1 Altho tho official excuse given for IfV Iteil ..uha tho closing of the btation was that its S. Washington, Doc. Provost experiments had not been successful, she writcc: "1 had . Marshal-GeEnoch H. Crowder to- officers of the Ministry of Marino breaking-uew- n fgenera! day called attention to the fact that havo btatod that the real reason was I was in of my heak! m e$ every man registered for tho selcc- bsd fcr weeks ; unable to to prevent secret communication with ttvo draft or who should havo regis- GopmnnJP (Ulrlng tho crisi3 vrlilch fol get up. 1 1::ad such a Osei! Years torod June B Is charged with know- - lowed the expulsion of Luxburg. weakness and dizziness, V V Ing the law and the regulations gov. . . aad the pains vera . A friend 'to. ' very sevsr?. erning Its enforcement. Tho law on Lord Xorthcllffo, at a Washington to 1 me I tuu uu;l cvr7- the f.ubject follows: Urlt-is- h " lunchoon, was talking about the ih ig else, why net J' "The rules and regulations have premier. 1 did, and Cardul?... tho force and effect of law, and nil "Mr. Lloyd Georgo is the Idol of ; .coon caw it was helping registrants and all persons required now," he said. "It is i jit f f" ' mc . . . iwter it uc;u, by the Selective Servlco Law and tho nation to hellcvo how unpopular ho I am strons and well." theso rules and regulations to be reg- hard was, at least among the unionists, istered, aud all persons claiming or once TAKE to claim any right or privilege- iu "Among tho many stories circulatThe Woman's Tonic of any registrant aro charged unpopu's ed about Mr. with knowledge- of tho provisions Fink-ham- 's larity at that time, thoro was ono hereof. Failure- of any registrant.or from a rescue which concerned Sold Evoryvvhoro by any person required to bo rogU-tcrcdrowning. proscribto perform any duty r. o 'V ft. J "Tho heroic rescuer, when a gold 91 II fe m ed by tho Selective Service Law or wa presented to hlni for hU by those rulo and regulation, medal deed, modestly declared: Doctor Snld Operation or Dcntli Rut Modiclno Cured. whothor or not tho time of th per- brave "I don't deserve thl medal. I did aagaag.rar':iiTr7ffiag?aaaaa formance of such duty Is required by nothing Dcb Jloines, Iowa. "My husband says I would but my duty. I saw our Tonic these rules aud roulatloni to ke friend here itrutslln la the water. have Iwcn in my gravo today lind it not been for h It1 fr.jKirTNf.Var?itlt,tJO yosttd or catered la the record e( Lydia 15. Pinklinmj Vegetablo Compound. I iuf-forsome I knew he must drown unlet H4 il. . . I a .llntnlat iinaxl Do you feel weal:, dizfrom a serious fenialo trouble and tho doctow could not livo ono year without an operation. whether or aot formal notlec U re- - eee lavodLhlm, to I plumed ln.swam said I r turned hlra over to maka Is your zy, worn-ou- t? to hlni, My husband objected to tho operation and had mo quired by these rules and result' oat i lack of cood health caused sure It wain't Lloyd Georce, and try Lydb E. l'inkham's Vegetablo Compound. tions to be given (such a rcgUterlng safoty on my from any of lite comCaccecd when everythiti;; elca fails. commenced to get better aud am now well and reporting change of status and then lucged him to In nurvcui prostrr.tior? and fcmals New York Evening Post. and ablo to do my own housowork. I can recomplaints so common to Is a mlsdemeanor.pna-Uhabl- o hick." . mend Lydia 15. l'mklmm's Vegetable Compound to othor duties), women? Then why net temedy, a thousands havo teaunVd. by Imprisonment for ono any woman as a wonderful health restorer." Mrs. SUIp The First. give Cartful a trial? It FOR (U!3KY,L!yisHAND Ulanchu Ji:i'n:itsoN,703 Lyon St., Dcs Moiiies,Iowa. year, and may result In loss of valyou charge me Iady What will SVOfti ACU TROUOLB uable rights and privileges aud imTh should curely do for you . ..t.y .1 r I., mi ..,.1 Oiicrutlon Avoided. i tho use of a horse and buggy for Another mediate induction into the military for uonu lur u wiiai ii iuis a few hours? ov;r a diUSfda's counter. Richmond, Intl. "For two years I was so sick and weak from service; and ouch falluro shall also many tliousands of other Livoryman It will cost you $2 femalo troubles that when going un stairs I had to go vciy slowly as a waver of any bo considered steps, then sit down at tho top to rest. Iho with my hantls on tho for the (Irst hour and $1 for each jJJ women who suffered it right or prlvllogo which might havo n.utiln...1 linn tsra?' -doctor said ho thought I should havo an oie ration, aud my friends ,HJ. should help you back to In favor ot such 'porson if ho HUUlUUimi liuill, houso. My daughter existed thought I would not livo to movo into our now u - i fjgte Va3i(s Lady wen, til uso ii un j askcS mo to try Lydia 15. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound as sho had health. had performed such duty. La dltlonnl hours. I'vo got sumo shop Original Status Given. taken it with good results. I did so, my weakness disapwaa'd, I Ask some lady friend to do, and will not require It U gained in strength, moved into our now home, do all kmds ot garden "Many inquiries havo boon mad'j ping EV'iw who has taken Cardul. and ducks. I cannot say for tho first hour. work, and raised (uinilrctls of chickens of tho department a3 to tho present yjp She wL'l tell you how it enough in praisoof Lydia 15. Hnkham's Vegetable Compouud."-M- rs. status of mon who havo hitherto In tho United Stntea Armies, No- - I M. O. Johnston, llouto 1), Itox 100, Riehmnnd, Ind. Un.,.. 1 cir. ana mini. Jiii helped her. Try Cardui. been oxempted or discharged. i " FOR PEiONAL HYGIENE .. . ... Of course there are many serious cases that only a der tho new regulations every per- Iii the Navy. 271,571. Ut. mo limnf Dissolved in water for d:u:he etopr son is restored to Ills original stu- - of 2.0S7.391, approximately 1.400.- operation will relieve. We freely acknowledge surgical uolvic ca'arrn, ulcuratlsn ana inliiai- CJi'l32f)?ISt 3 niatlon. RccomrncnJcd by Lydia E. ! tus, tho following appearing In sec- - 000 volulllarly oulisted. tfiie Kiif rhr. jiimve letters, and many others like them, 1'liiKtiain filed. Co. tor ten yrara, 'CT are recommended when tlou 4, iiiaKiiig this point cioar: tf& A h.1 ilicg Mo.iJtr for nKcl catnrrL, fX amply prove that many operations is needed. "All exemptions and dischargee core throat and tore eye. EconoiblcaL, medicine in manv cases is all that rui itii(iii:u(y tiuuiifdki c crrjtUvU) ppff, made- prior to noon ou December 1E, 13. Iliik!iam Modl-cln- o .&'i sncylnl udvico wrlto to Lyillu FOR FLETCHER'S If vou 1917, aud all certificates In evidence I IM !4U.I tUinijIU,3r b IVUUU rXHUIMON. wmi4fmmmmammimmb. tm nn aiii i Co. (fimllil.Miti.il) Jiyim, Dlss. Your letter will bo opened, thereof tiro, hejqhy revoked from and woman and held lu &trkt vuttacuvc TAX GATHERING btiu; If la 7,000,000 Biggest ft t w lost "Value Family A.Vril for your m ymmffltm mBWBBB1 TheYcratKs Companion r I I dc-lloi- m trails iviaflrasme lo-c- H rf5 , . mon-uneo.i- iw-rii- J.O id' . u.i-ia- b, unnrnu nnnnni v ' La.dxes and Men r- ex-'i- Garments v. ton-main- ' build-purehas- ed ma-bii.- , j bulld-ploinent- with-thotiran- I &. ' For Lazy Liver aad Trosibles oi Consiipanosi, ". '" J lir 3 -o- 0-9 il i For s msips Sfck Vc-L- ax P-.I- n. at . Li r fc-- v-- 1 40 1 The Right Medicine in Many Canes Does Better than the Surgeon's ct Knife. Tribute to Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. Lloyd-George- - - d, II 1 I i fiiiSQ M The Womaa's ed 1 '. feywa.rs filters &-- & 1 . I I io Every Womuu ' ii. mf . W th H jjj m wut Children Ory read uud answered by n CASTORIA "- - V - smr' k LAND SALE FDR TAXES from Fourth I'afie.) Krerly, Wro. Ora, 25 town lot Ilsrper, W. M., 22 " Jackson, J. U., SB a MIHIfiati, ' . anil 1 1.37 to.rn C '" til ' (Continued Fulkorson, Mrs. Mary. llor. Mrs. Mabel, t " a.. Kltrhenw. Mrs. M.ible. 6 l1 . UMt'JttlUClH CIS Dtc-- i. ..,- J N.. 32 a Mr.di'ox. Mrs. Cl.nicrllln. 20 n ... . -1 A ..tiln 7ri :a '0 .UL....1...-11Ia Oiiln, O, It., 2.25 4, h.. 1 town lot lloburlson. Mrs. B. J.. 100 .... G.9B Ford, 19.41 $ 7.33 Hurl. Wlllto, 52 a 30 a Scott, llcubcn. 2.05 "- - 2r' 6'5 White, Julin. 3 24.49 K., 108 a , Matthews, No. 10 Select. Murphy. Lopan, 2 town lots. . 7.57 HO a. and rbuckle, W. 2fur' KohcrtRon, Map. 1 town lot . . 2.88 town lot 32.2"? 1C0 a MO Smith. 11. Allen, Kllal.Vth.' 5 a 12.74 100 a 12.50 Rtlnnett, W. 11.. Flutter. A. I,., 80 a 5.44 2.50 Spencer. Delia, 75 a Mndsov. Delia. 40 a 7.35 Westorllold. A. R.. 35 a. and 1 White.' W. II., 40 a 7.81 town, lot 5.17 Wilson, N. II., 22 a 4.18 5.90 Wl.itler, C. II.. I a. . . While, Clinton, 5fl a No- - l! West Forclsvlllp. llroiM-li- . Horno X. 5.82 1 2.1" Hold. Henry. 1 1 a Arnold. Ira. 100 a 12.21 5.15 Howard, Estill, 50 a Arnold, .lobe, 20 a 4.0 G HU. O. W., 2 a Ilurdcn. Bob. 3 a 8.33 5.90 Hobba, Annie, 150 a Camp J W.. 8 a 17.82 1.3" JofTrlea, O. W.. 71a Dollar!. Corria. 18.45 j n'oHart, Cva S.. 10 a l.0 JofTriea. Jamea, 75 a 9.5S 2.5o Jarbo, Ernest. 97 a Daniel. Nancy I)., 30 a 7.31 Kirk, J. W., 50 a Daniel, T. N., GO a GO a FerRiifon. Manda K.. 130 it . . 5.4.. Morrison, Mary J.. .8.10 a 1 town lot . 6...0 Murphy, J. Faugh t, iru, 14.09 1.70 McFcrrau. Kll, 26 a Ferguson, Maggie. 1 town lot 2.4S 1.70 Spencer, Mrs. Martha, 10 a. Hazclip, Bessie. 1 town lot . 5.02 0 7.70 Wallace, V. C, 1 town lot . . Loach, Joe, 75 a 5.15, Wallace, B. F.. 3 town lot3 .. 17.02 Mmdsford, John, 4 4a No. tit) Aotnnvillc. l,undsford, Thus., 30 a. . . . 21.31 10.SO Kvans, J. 11.. 150 a 1 town lot . . . . Laehbrook, J., 6.62 . 5.45 Haskins, Honry. 48 a I'ayton, Cortus, 40 a 19.33 6.22 'Royal, C. K.. 0( a. . . ." . 30 a. J'robus, John, 5.90 5.22 Woddlns. I'. I'.. 100 Renfrew. J. N.. 50 a No. 21 Slirovo. 7.85 C. IC. 100 a Stewart. 17.40 7.70 CuinmingH. W. It., 167 a. . . Stewart. G. F.. 30 a U.lti 6.G5 DoBrulcr, Mrs. N. P., 71 a. W.. 30 a Stewart. J. n-7.70 Grant, W. A.. 2 a. Sorrels, Krnest, 42 a. j 9.52 S.4 Huff. 11. F., 100 a Spencer. Louisa, 50 a 4.42 10.05 Huff, J. W.. 10 a Taylor, Cecil, 1 town lot 5.23 1$ Key, D. S., 20 a No. 12 Itoiine. 12.52 Allen. Geo. W.. 1 town lot . . . 19.27 Loyd, W. A., 133 a 2.10 2. SO j Patterson, Mrs. Mary, 32 5.. Asliford, Mrs. Tenia, SO a 5.90 1.37 .Stone, Honry, 22 a Allen, butane. 7 a ..3.10 4.19;Tuttle, VT. L.. 25 a. Autry, Owen T., 1 town lot. S.10 7.SI White, W. T., GO a Beck, A. B., 1 town lot i.:g!0 14.30 ."VV'uUe, Mis. Jcnctte, 15 a Bailey. O. M.. 239 a Olaton. G3 a..., 3.9 No. 2a Brown, Mrs.Asnes, 4.42 & 5.9 Martin. E. Ii.. 2 a. . . . .. Burton, Allau, 30 a 7.62 O W., 40 a 10.40 Mitchell, W. Craig, L. C, 20 a 5.60 G.G2 Martin, Louis, 30 a Collard, J. A., 30 a S.lOi 5.75 Martin, J. W.,51 a Dobbs, Joltn, 1G a 3.80 G.23 May, Mrs. Jennie. 1 town lot. . Farmer, C. 1)., CO a S.14 5.43 p.iyton. S. II.. 05 a Hurt Heirs. 70 a 7.30 O 5.75 Saltsman, Tom, 37 a Hall. Albert, 10 a . 4.20 Haven, Mrs. Roberta, 12 a... l.SS Solf, Asa, 4 a .' . . . 14.00 2.50 Thomas, J. C. 70 a Hall, Martha F., 50 a G.98 3.10 Wilson. E. E., 2S u Lewi3 Heirs, 1 town lot No. 2iJ Uufovd. 5.44 Mluton, Mlali. GO a s.02 2.G5 Clark. Sylvester. 10G a Peach, WillH. GO a 1.25 Clark, Ah., 1G a 5.1S, Perry, Maggie. 1 town lot G.2" pjincy. V. U. GO a Robertson, Robert, 3G a. and. 1 1G.10 Wlf 27.03 Meel. Will, 03 a town lot 9 G.G1 jJ 10.5' Simmons, J. S., 38 a Raymond. Jacob, G5 a G.G1 O G.C2 Smiley, S. M.. 30 a Raymer, Wnltor, 5G a 5.1G A U.25 Smith, Richard, la. Reddish, Agnos. 50 a.' 5.15 Schroader. Isaac, S a ylu s.j i;;lrili!tts. 1G.G7'& Schrondor, Mrs. Rordlo 43a. . 5.43 mi,rosc, j. n., 100 a I 5.S5 BajiCiJf j,lr3. i(ia, T a S,chroador, M. C. S a 18.71 5.13 E(g0i Mrs Tresa. GO a 4.70 O j Stewart. Sarah J.. 130 a G.90 ' 0.17 ? Stewart. V. H., 30 a Lzoni 011l0( 100 a G.50 Gray T A lum, 133 a Taylor. W. C. 140 a 2.4 8 O G.80 aray( w ,,., ! n Wrlglit. Albort. 25 a Webster. Mrs. Uobocca, 1 town 'Gossutt. 15, W.. Heirs. GO a. . . 4.70 11.8.". tot oroer, j. ji., 72 a Xo. la ICiwt Ecavcr Dniii. 15.49 Hamilton, Will. 125 a 11.05 , noward. T. II., 70 a 7.S1 Hudson, J. R., 1 a 0.50 King. Charlie, 12 a Tom. 04 a JoiTries. 1.29 Renfrew, Miss V.ms, 1 town KirU. Mrs. O. N., 53 a 7.18 Ma8gle Mra. s. p., S4 a 8.40 lot 7.40 Wcstorflold, Stove, lfi a McKinley. I.oney, GO a f 53BBaB3TCryran3tggg'g 0.55 No. M W.t llcavw Dam. Claronco. 40 a Riddlo. C.G5 GO a Oorman. Rachol Ik, 1 town RaBSOiburg, W. A., 21.75 TfrT lot smith. E. F., 1 57 a 24r' Smith. D. S., 00 a 12.20 Ceo Martha. 1 town lot 2.4 J Sfauley, C. H.. 1 town lot Simmons, Mrs. Nancy. 50 a... 8.17 Sa,ueri r)ave, 50 a 5.25 Taylor. G. L.. 1 town lot 5.15 No. 15 Mellenr-y-. SmlUl K. p., 30 a 7.05 Taylor B. n.. 33 a 5.15 Ashby, W. B.. 50 a Beck, 11. I'., 1C2 a. and 2 town iTowusley, Enos, 100 a 22.40 Wosterflo,i. Hondy. 20 a. 6.15 lots 12.75 f Brown. C. L.. 1 town lot Westerfleld. C. T., 108 a, 3.iu Baize, Mr. Willlo, C9 a No. HZ Hcllln. C.15 Hoovpr. A. II., 19 a 7.70 Crane, Frank, 1 town lot .J0 Johnson, Haot, 10 a 4 ,77 Fogle, A. T.. 1 town lot . .. 1 ,S5 Fibber. Mrs. Aunio, 4 Prico, C. C. S9 a 7.6 i No. S5 Auuitloual. i.7 Sinlloy, B. M., S a 7 ,CJ Slsresi, A., 50 Fisher, Vf. I.., 1 town Ut 6.9S Arhuckle, L. E., 9C a Steyeni, Yf. Y 4 a 4.JC 12 S9 HamuioH. 1J. U., 1 WaWoa, Walter, 7fi a 6.92 Campfleld Bro., 10 a Taylor, Nascy K.. 7 a HutchUon. Mrs. Aualo, 1 Uw N. 20 Ceialro. Sorrolu, J. H., SO a Z rrestim. H: S. U lot Duihasi, Veraas, 35 a 6.02 StitCH, John, 152 a a 4 2.i Harper, J. 14.. C a 6..62 Miller, Frank, I.lkeit, Mr. Miy, II 5.44 Smith, G. E 100 a . B.H KiraaHy Coal Ct 12 a 29. IS Plrtls, G. C, 71 a Likes, Jaauw, I town (3. B., Adtar.. 75 a. j Smith, 3 6. 61 No. SI lleibert. McD.wtll. M., 1 ft ., 21 a Rssurtsas, (!. 12.52 Taylor, Eltuler D 10 a S.94 a 73 I Ilesalss, T. H Parrltt, Yf. II., I towu 1st Tlestast. N. a" 6.9 J No. .Iff Noa.ReniUoal. 9. 15 Smith. Mr. Laura, 13 x S. 1 iWillJorsoa, G. W 134 a. .. J. H- - S a 6.65 Ambrose, Mrs. Sallio, 60 a. . . .2 Csx. Shows, Wallace. 3 a 33. U Weslerttold, Otis, 23 a a Kirtley, Tf. M., 16i . 7.90 Alford, Lee, 65 a 1 14. 3 Taylur, Mr. Kva, 9 s Samuel, 1 taws lot. . i, 7X Wr;ssl. W. It., town lot HIack, Marvin, 78 a 1 towu i.7 McClurs, I,. U., No. S3 Arnold, lot . . 9, A Patterson, A. C I tona S.$S Hryant & Kuykendall, 75 a... . til Ooutortswa. S3 nyera. W. H.. 2 a. 4, N. VToleh, Mr. K. M., 1 tows lot. ;i,H Hartlott. W. 8., heirs, 50 a Calvrt, C. W., 40 a. 111 i 1 nratcher, Hlane, 2 a Narrsws. S8 N. Cooper, J. h., 1 town lot 0,5 tows lot 1. Uolton, Alec, 2i a 60 a. . .. 6, ,23 Heasley, Calvin, iClO Calvsrl. 11. P.. 97 a 54 4 Carsul. Charlie. 1 town lot.. Crale. Annls, 100 a 13, 32 Coppaje. J- H., 212 a 3.9 Cljapman, W. II.. 3 B.sc Central Consumers Co., 200 a. 9, 19 DaURherly, Clove. 20 a. . HarrUon, Tom, 58 a 11. B.gr, Cook, Walter, 120 a 34 a .. He.flis, C. ,06 llausherty, I'ark, 20 a. . . .. 12, 7.90 ICuykeudall, Mrs. M. K.. Hill, S. It.. 71 a J 6.23 Chuppoll, Laura B., 100 a. . . . a 21. ,16 Hill. Will, 30 G9 a 4',4B Uanlol., U L., 1 17 a Powers. J. V 5.7 I Johnston, J. R.. 23 a Lurk. IV H.. I town lot IS, Shultz, J. T., 31 a i.9 15.19 Uuko, 1). H., 30 a lICcown, S. J. II., 123 a. ... Matlock. Ira, 10 a N. 20 ItalpU. .1 . Muckey, K. A.. 1 town lot 11.03 Kvans, Wnrren, 100 a Morris, I'erry, 100 a Babbitt, Mis. V. E. 105 a. . . . 20. .MrKi'imedy. It. F- and Niece, 13.30 Fri'el, I,. A., GO a 70 a I'hurrli. Hob, 5. 4.40 Hrowii, Loretla, 84 a towu lot 3.21 Gray. R. F., 117 a 2 h. and Payton, J. A., 90 a 12. Beau, W. II.. HO a 4.i5 Rowp, Mr. JMjnlo, 2 h 7.70 Gourd, Mrs. Gertrude, 36 a. . . V. Ij., 100 a. Ronfrow. 11, 2.30 Colonum. K. M., 97 a MrH. KlUa, 20 u 4,70 Howard, Sherman, 8 a Rowo. Swlhart, Surah, GO u 6. 14.00 Crowe, T. J., 49 a Tlchenor, (!lientcr, 45 a 4.01 Howard, P. A., lfi a Riuhurd, 8 a Smith, i). EvaiiH, Felix, 50 a Tli'lM'nor, Mra. Kettle. 33 u. 5.1G Holt, K. W. II. U.. 152 a Toriouce, UlKdon, 20 a. . S, F.yuiih. O. 1).. 50 a GO a 6.94 Kcown, II. nnd 1 towu lot :IH Render. No. 0, 5.32 Kulliy, Mrs. Ada, 14H a .1. It.. 24 a (j.47 Kirk, Annie, 90 u Whitehead, 52 a Siiell, T. 7, MlJUIff, W. J., 70 a. Mttlo. J. W., 1 towu lot No. IT Ruialllious. No. ;U .Simmons. 1, 1 a, Mldklff, Rachol. 80 a K Miller, I). K 30 a 0.23 ' Brown. II. Morris, J. V 31 a 5, 9.M RurhoII, Nancy, 80 a. W., 18 u ' Brown,. ',Ht Miller, J. !., 50 a. . , Morris, J. W Aduir., 1 u. . 3, GO a. . . ... 5.10 HuRJell. Nuucy, Holton, II. 1.. G a 7.37 j Miller, Sauford, ISO a Stewart, J. A 75 a 10 c.ia P.oyul, N. J., 63 a Jono. J. .. 23 n ln GO a. lot 2 a. Ii., 10 a 8.40 WiWt KonNtlll 7.20 N. 7.155 Asklns, W. O.. 1 town lot 2.50 Brooks, U'lda, i0 n - Williams, Bert, Wlthrbw, K. t ' J. C 90 a 5 ,:; 33 0 HOLIDAY N and our Soldier Boys, that OLD SANTA GLAUS was too old to be drafted in our army for service in France. 01d " C 1 It vas certainly very fortunate for the boys t great country, as well as our girls of C ' la Santa's distribution of Christmas cheer will cover a much wider field than ever before in the history of America. Our boys across the sea' and in the great camps of our own land will make much extra work lor old KRIS KRINKLE. According to our usual custom, we have assembled an enormous supply of everything Santa will need on his Christmas Eve trip. i. t $ Toys in endless va riety d j Dolls, large a small Books for all ages Novelties of every I ; I ion 0 , .... Chinaware Glassware Gut Glass Silverware Rocking Chairs, all classes of Furniture Stoves, Kitchen Cabinets and accessories Carpets and Rugs of all sizs and grades Bibles and o I j o msmwmw WITH LOTS F telsiMKiiP:5&i TPnmc n u 0L,irAi'T u juuua vjtvs Will T-r- o , io Every thingit takes to make this store real Santa Claus Headquarters is here o o o o o o o ; o o 9 10-35- h are invited to visit our store and look over our collection. Any written request concerning your wishes will be given to Santa Claus. ryay.iwgKaiwssfawui o 5 '; saiaaasrswicaBfia A t 10-0- 0 I .... .... j ... o o o o o o i f Tg t BEAVER DAM, KY. " 6-- l.4 lt ... ' .... ... Pil ' l'dt. lt .... .... Martin, Jim, 1 town lot 39.03 Maiden, Garfield, 50 a 16.34 Phillips, Floyd, 4 5 a 6.61 Park. Pearl. 10 a 14.01 Reynolds, C. W.. 200 a 16.27 Sharp, Bud, 50 a 6.09 Taylor, h. C, 100 a 11.05 Taylor, AttregR, 15 a Toojey, Will, 32 a 4.56 Tbortou, Htnry, 1 town lot , . 5.4 4 Trabue, It. S., 169 a 6.92 Thomas, J. W., 26 a 5.44 Todd, U. F. &. Son., 1 town lot 2.4J Wlthrow, K. L., B0 a 5.97 Younc, J. S., 75 a 9.67 Youuc, J. I., 117 a IS. 76 Yohain, Mrs. Ida, 50 a. and 1 4.70 .... .St 2 .81 1.97 tows lot 1S.3J X.4') ... - 1 2.13 9.87 9.87 9.62 6.92 1.00 1.75 a. (, 50.82 9.87 IA 10.89 14-3- 7 l' ....., 9.87 M0 8.50 1 Colored. Belcher, John, 1 towu lot Ilabsctt, Mrs. T. J 1 town lot Barrett, Bob, 1 town lot Barrett, Llzzlo, 1 town lot... Brooklns, S. 11., 1 town lot Brooking, Klla, 1 town lot Butler, I.uko, 1 towu lot Berry, Wm, 1 town lot Cool Val, (white) 1 town lot. Chlnu, Bud, 1 town lot Curdon, John, 1 town lot.... Carter, P. 0., 1 town lot Grilllu. Kd 1 town lot Hlnes, Kd., 1 town lot Hunter, Sallnuu, 1 towu lot . . No. 37 ... .... ... ... .... .... Eiiuon, w. tt.t ij 13.4.1 .71 2.08 .26 .08 3.13 .40 1.95 .26 2.3(1 .42 4.25 .03 4.71 .00 9.22 .21 WIlkliiH. Will In ni. .. 3.84 ,83 Depp, Harry P., i town lot 1. 25 ,82 Orair. Ida. 45 a 2.90 ,4fl Givon uuder inv ImnH ti.iu ,1,., , . ,u ,17 day of IJ,'cemher, 1917. ,89 S. O. KKOWN, ,7Cj Sherlfl Olflo County, iCy. 1 Hlzor, Uarld. 1 tows lot .. Haynsi, J. YY it a . . Johnaoa, Ros. 130 a Johnsos, Aanls. 1 tows lot Kellsy, Aloe. 1 tows lot . l.otas. Mary I,., t tows lot . Nail, Jeanle, 1 tows lot Nail, Kdraos, 1 tows lot . . Nail, Issbell. 1 lows Ut . . rolssi, Woodford, 2 tows lots nosers, Olllo. 1 tows lot.. Render, Mable. 1 tows lot Stevsos, Sarah, Short. Winnie, 1 tows lot i Shultz. Mrs. Jack. 10 . Tunstle. I.!z7l. 1 tr... i.,i Tlcheuor. Henry, ii a. Taylor, S. M 100 a. sss1 1 town lot Wade, Ida, tows lot . .. OMittrd. Graves, purthena. 75 a. . Tabor, P. , 19 a Venable, W. II., 3 u Sunbaeh, Roy, 14 a Qulsonberry, Owen, 30 a. QuUenherry. Charlie, BG a. , . 5.KJ 5.13 35.05 2.45 .5.33 2.00 ,46 ... l.SS 10.80 1.00 1.35 la 5.45 3.52 4.82 3.0 6.9 8 la. : i......v , l" n