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Mr h TOJSme Job Printing. lo Pth(j'i I Kattfxr DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF fkjwMsim ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 .50 per Year No. 9 ;,! ji OL.XXXL BliMORE MEN OFF KAISER-LAND HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918. bonoflt for flubstnntlal ndvanced from moisture, but It will at least not euro up too rapidly. Fortunato-l- y thcro was much lato corn Hint will now produco a full crop. Mr. Drow-destimates tho corn yield at nbout 05 per cent of an nvcrngc crop. Much .f ilm tnli.nrrn nlso was late, nnd will bo mntorlally bencntted by tho recent rains. Tho final yield of tobacco will depend largely upon frost condition, but at best can not mnko or seventy per moro than sixty-fiv- e cent of an average crop. Only n negligible acrcago of lato potatoes was planted, but tho small crop planted should make a fair yield.. Light crop ot sorghum planted, but barring early frost, will mature well. Fall gar-doand pastures will bo greatly bencntted. Plowing for wheat will begin. cr FOR I 1 S3n And r . !. ' f ftlf i 'T !)' 1918 Registrants Make Up Those Leaving This Morning. 'ifFJfty men ore in tho party ot nno TP .young fellows who Icavo our Rates Uhja) morning for tho land ot Kaiser P Dill, via Cnmp Zachary Taylor. rawing to tho exhaustion of Class aft. ljKfi at present classified, It was no- -- coafary to call 1C of tho 1018 regis- traats. Following Is tho list called, J? vw. 'dncludlng alternates: Talllo F. Hollln, Simmons. Ray Cook, White Kun. Lawrence Coy, Baizetown. Guy E. McDnnlel, Cromwell. Leonard Wnrd, McHenry. AVm. K. lloynolds, Ilnlzctown. k'$fflWciaudo L. Sharp, Utica, 11, . Mjames iicnuorj, Aicuonry. Chas. C. Bn.xley. Hartford, n, 1. i'SoBWllIiam V. Taylor. Beaver Dam, century. The members of tho family present were: P. C. Foreman, Mrs. Bettlo BOAT SUNK PATROL OF GALLONS Tho blc Initio In which tho Cut- - MILLIONS Huff, Mrs. Annie Graham, Mr. H. F. their latest, and may mnns started Foreman and Mrs. Fannio Powers. BY II. S. STEAMER Other guests wero: Mr. and Mrs. H. OF WHISKY DESTROYED be last offensive, during tho night July lfi, continues with unnbaied of E. Hatcher and children, of Owens fury. On a seventy mile front the boro, Mr. and Mrs. John Graham and Allies continue to push tho enemy Sub-ChasMistaken For Mr. and Mrs. Roninoy Graham, ot llorlln-warAfter the first four Green River Distillery At Narrows, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Powers, at And Fired days bati'.o tho days of the forty-fiv- e Owensboro Burned Mr. G. W. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. L. Allies started rhf movement of tho lElda Her, Beaver Dam. Upon Powers, Miss Flossie Powers and Saturday enemy backweu'., and It still continJoseph 1 Graves, Hockport. Mr. Bud Powers. Group photographs ues with unbrokon continuity Hun tEmniot C. t'rnlir, Whlto Hun. wero taken, and tho day was plea I dreds of Miuttro miles of territory Holll:, Simmons. Carlos Washington, Aug. 27 American santly and agreeably spent by thoso The Green Hlver Distilling plant, havo been reclaimed, but tho better David E. Cheek, Narrows. submarlno shaser No. 209, operating present. presage of final victory Is In the great one of tho most famous whisky manuRay Stevens, Fordsvllle, It, 1. In western out of Philadelphia, was mistaken for Alva J. Chapman, Hartford, It, 5. number of Gormans killed nnd matlo facturing establishments TO MOTHER. by a merchant steamer WRITES a submarlno j prisoners, and tho demoralizing of Kentucky, was reduced to ashes by a Wavy S. Daugherty, Simmons. flro. early Saturday off Fire Island, N. Y., early this r.n iim nnnmv nrniv. Since tho sncctncular Ernest Price, Mcllonry. Eugene Taylor came of fighting and sent to tho bottom. battle opened moro than n hundred night. Tho fire originated from a pile naming members of her crew, in- stock. His great-gregrand-fathGeo. II. Maples, Hockport. bottling houso Seventeen thousand Huns havo been captured, of rubbish near tho Frank M, Robertson, McIIcnry. and the lost a leg In tho war of tho Revolucluding tho commander nnd a far greater number killed and nnd spread rapidly to tho warehouses oxecutlvo officer, are missing. Frank llarnos, Heaver Dam. tion, and he is a grandson of uncle American soldiers nro and to tho distillery. Tho destruction wounded. rrnnh -- , Earl D. Maples, Hockport. The chaser was manned by naval ......... Tnvlnr , nf crnmwnll. who was a neighborhood of tho Hhlne of all tho property of the company now In tho Hugh Myers, Echols. Eight of. tho survivors, .soldier in tho Union army. Ho writes reserves that! was complete. and the German population of wounded, have been ' sh6rt breezy letter to his mother, Chas. H. Hell, Hartford, H, 7. moving to tho Interior. Tho j The property consisted of tho dls- - some of them Strlngfield, Horse Branch. section Is Hubert landed at New York, and one has Mrs. T. C. Taylor, of Centertown. Is to be carried into tho enemy's tlllery, bottling House anu inreo large "Somewhero" In Franco, Wlnfleld It. Gary, Horso Hranch. wnr landed at Lewes, Del. country, nnd at last Germany Is to warehouses. Forty throo thousand been "Somewhere" in France, July The merchant ship was tho Amcr- Wilbur A. Geary, Hockport. it barrels, or nearly two million gallons spoliation witness tho terror of lean steamer Felix Taussig. In tho 19 18. John A. l'ryor,. Spring Lick. has so long escaped. Tho day of of whisky was in tho warehouses, and Mother dear.How Wlllslo Hinds, Whltesvlllo. darkness hor naval armed guard j Good after-nooTho yet afar off, Jiut tho was worth $3,000,000. peaco may bo mistook the chaser for an enemylare you? Veachol Farrls, Gllstrap. of Allied arms Is now, so ty was Insured for near $3,000,000. submarine and opened fire, destroy-- ) am well and in fine spirits, and Stephen Zlbo Arnold, Olaton. Ulrmly established that men no Ion-- , Tho loss In tax to the federal gov- - ing the little craft before tho mistake doing Just fine so far. HcKlstruiitM Or 11118. no nuout ?u,uuu,uuw. ger discuss tho probable result, icrnmeni win Of the survivors j jiow is everybody at home? Where was discovered. Corn-me- n Itogcr York, Hartford. America Is sending an avalancho of ' Tho Green River Distilling landed, tho following wero wounded: 'is Daddy now? When will "Sis" be at st Harry Lou May, Hartford. pany was founded by John W. and supplies, and tho result Thomas Harran, chelf boatswain's home, or is sho there now? HobaTt D. Southard, Prentiss. twenty years ago. lm nn overwhelming defeat ot Cullough about mate; vo are having beautiful weather Hoy Cecil Bogard, Fordsvllle. mankind. Two years ago ho sold tho plant to an mate; Claud wild, machinist's itlio accursed enemies of It, C. niip lmvs nrr dnlnc their duty "over eastern company, nnd It is said re- - Clarence S. Evans, machinist's mate, jn0v in France. It is of course sum-an- d Wm. Clyde Funk, Hartford, H. A. Corcoran, quartermaster. nier here now. Everything and every- ii,op" nmi wo must do our dutysomething like $2,000,000 Charles Fulton, Martwlck. i aivi- unwounueu survivors uru; cuuui ,oouy is enjoying 1110 as uesi iney tun In this flro rep Hayncs, Whltesvllle. or hero." Joslah Jett The whisky consumed mate; Elmer S Have not seen any boys I know so far, resented more than ono per cent ot,Gleason, machinists bonded ware Kirby, electrician; Claude Kalney, but hope to soon. Wlllard D. Baughn, Narrows, the total now in the quartermaster: Charles N. Thomas, This is just a short letter to let you UNCLE SAM ORDERS IT. houses of tho entire country. Bt. 2 Your son, seaman, and George B. Welgand, know I am as ever. Harmon Daughcrtyi, Hartford, EUGENE P. TAYLOR. gunner'smate COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES. , 5. Vessels aro searching the vicinity Beginning November 1, Elbert Phelps, McIIcnry. 1 11 1 KENTUCKY CASUALTY LIST. C.mm on V tllO Tfiatltlltft with the hope that other survivors Tn. Ainlinra -Ituric Britt, Cromwell. we snail nave 1 , arup j . the may still be afloat. Owen Hudson, McIItonry. our subscription list all sub- So far the number of Kontucklans begt ovor hcU, ,n th0 county- - , Roscoo Englor, Pnradlso. 1 . .,. ;i :J : n inreo uciiuoia, uuch, xub"""u o,i MEXICAN BORDER BATTLE. killed, wounded and missing is small .in " Mack Logsdon, Hosluo. SCriOcrs wiiu arc uui paiu compared to the eastern and north- 1. 1 .? James Leslio Harllson, Dundca. advance. nfinis action ; not Tho Ttnttnmn. havo not yet found , A 1 ;"--.. is nrmv ...v.. battl0 between Amn.rir.nn nnd till c,nnn rinii, fnimlnr u.... nmn piaicoi Vlll ICUCrS. Hobert M. Hurdetto, Narrows, VifiA W Auk LllUliiWI Vtiif nv r1irpffr .fir-- I wnearly a thou- - Mexican soldiers at Nogales Tuesday aro now fighting at tho front. When T n ! Kentucky is short resulted In the killing of one Amer- - tho drafted men are put on the flr- Alron Stewart, Beaver Dam. der from . the government, ' sand teachers. county lacks seventeen lean offlcer and ono prlvnte, and tho lng llne tho proportion of southern Daviess Charllo Floner, Equality. and there IS no possible way tcachcra t0 t m Us 8Ci,0ols this year, killing of nearly a hundred Mexicans. t0 northern men will bo much larg-fo- r AltcriKitoi. First money for teachers pay The battle started about four o'clock cr nnd wo Bnan nav0 to prepare for US to avoid" it. It has long! William Maddox, McIIenry. -- ..-- .. "" " imna ui Un.. should be in tno nanus 01 mo ouper- U, Noblo Bryan Barnes, Prentiss. . . . Deen tne CU5lOIIl fnr thp lntuniiL'ui 4 1, r. 0n..ml .1 "........., moro than two hours. Tho number yQ sliall publish from weok to week ior uisiiiuuiiuii mo ouluik. Owen Hnrrls, Beaver Dam. troops engaged was a Ust ot Kentucklans who havo paid of American country weekly knowing Satunjay jIn September. Herbert Evans, Phllpot, R, 4. tho prico of war. Those for tho teachers have agreed to about five hundred. Sixty Ira Groen 15avcn, Promwoll. Its patrons were honest and 'I'lKM I III)four UUU1I1 iUUUIIIK Tho flcht followed an attempt of nnB. wfikr worfi. . .mw rtlllLll VWJ Walter Douglas, Barrett's Ferry. would eventually pay to tji)g Kllletl in Action. n . Th(J.. COUTh0 11c0I18lsls a Mexican custom olllclal to smugglo school Elvis Murphy, Narrows, R, 2. .. ,...n v ..." ! ...... ik Mnn.inim enncrrinprs tin !& ..f . t .i.nriira Tnr tiir rpjininir ill uuw nf lila nniitrviiipn dcmss tho Leonard Tackott, Shelby Gap. Nn Mm toacha, i. rowiided wm, border into tho United States Eugono Thomas, Yale. SEPTEMBER PETIT JURY. list regardless of expirations. whirl. salary. Tho International compUcatlon8 aro exono dollar a month extra James D. McCarty, Laurel. pected to develop from tho affair. This nlan has been a conven- "uu"a i ,i,n .Mim n ' thp Rural Warron Rice, PnlntsvIIlo. x Tho Circuit Court Clork has cor-- ; September' ience to the subscriber, and Teacher and Ills Work. The sclenco Walter O. ZImmorman, Louisville. ftided tho names of tho S . . . . ... ...... . Tnaehlnsr. Our Schools In SUNDAY V.. nmi Art MKslnj; in Action. spout jury to tiio Sheriff, wnno only as the Kill was larger when' "V""" nf , A";, .MUST CALL A HALT ' ' Vn,.iini 4 jurors nro nccdod for sorvico, it is1 .. Martin E. Maddox, Lakeland. made little difference Guidance for Professions, and School Washington, Aug. 27. Tho Fuel Fred J. Leonard, Covington. l,o custom to summon 3C to provide " rogalnst absentees. No civil cases tO the publisher. We should u,lr"u' y called on tho Wm. F. Reese, Cerulean Springs. Admlnistralton ' yore tried nt the May and July terms, , U,. Witt Vom, Mississippi River Littleton E. Richardson, w:M:nfr to dontinu6 such from thi co.m- - public oast of tho 11 pronamo mo aoptomuor 1, to stop using gasollno for passcngor Springs. library slnco January vlll find much work to do. Thoro' favors to our patrons, but ty school Moscoo F. Gulor, Cadiz., motorcycles and motor-boa- ts 1918. This is tho largest number of automobiles, 111 bo no grand Jury for tho sop- Dleil of Disease.' on Sundays until further noa tho library in books tombor torm, Thoso summoned for 1 11 .r 1 1. say, similar taken froma number of years. tice. Unless voluntary action on tho Thomas Hatls, Maysvillo. poriod In atlt jury sorvico aro: J. N. Nail, ment. wnicn nas uie Died of Wounds. Improves tho gas- Wo shall try to make School Notos part of tho public II. Barnard, It. A. Bratcher, It. K. will make it imperative Edward L. Heinz, Loulsvlllo. situation, notice Is given that at0 ot tnl8 pacri aml llno hults, II. It. Bennett, F. M. Hoy- - rlScrrmtinno tbn naner with .....i. Earl W. Elliott, Falmouth. 1...1,., in th mnniv tn tho Administration will bo obliged nolds, Jim Leach, E. D. Whltohouso, Severely Woundotl. J-J-Jexpiration of the II. Balmaln, Elmor Tlnsloy, Fox re to Andy Middlcon, Olmlet. a success. I)rown, E. D. Black, James R. Miller, paid for. We hope qur pat- - holp make tho foaturo , Lowls II. Courclor, Paducah. quest nro uindo: 'olson Hoppor, It. II. Hnrnes, Joff William Porklns, Whlto City. Tractors and motor trucks engagschool 11, W. W. Johnson, G. A. Ralph, vons will take notice ot tnis iiautford Chus. B. Sullivan, Perkins. ed in hauling ot frelghn; physicians' TO OPEN MONDAY lis Henry, Job Arnold, Joo IIoclc- - order and pay up before Lylo II. Faulkner, Covington. automobiles, ambulnnces, Jlro nnd po-l- lc Joseph B. Tumor, Whltosburg. rer. Owen Renfrow, Joo Dodd, John their subscription expires. apparatus; public utilities repair Tho Hartford Graded and High Shults, Porry Brunton, Tom Joo Walk, Kllgoro. wagons, gasollno railway equipmuiu. School will open Monday morning, , II. B. Taylor, Albort Leach, E. Ancol Lovott, Williamsburg. Examinations ami motor vonicien uu Sept. 2nd, nt 8:30. WARRANT MILL GRINDS. HI. Flnloy, Allon Gentry, S. J. Tlch-rcno- r, Marvin Scott, Fulton. communities without for entrance will bo hold on Friday living In rural transportation, W. A. Brown, W. G. Ward, C. Jamos Klnnoy, Sholblna. provlous. Examina- - other moans ot Saturday Judgo Cook nnd County Attorney Davison, bills JI. Carden, Russoll Charllo Todd, Irwin. Automobiles for hire inc udlng lions to remove conditions will bo irirk Btnrlnil tho warrant mill to . Rlllnds. James C. Caldwell, Loulsvlllo. uo On account taxicaus, aro incuiuuu m samo timo grinding early in' tho week, and tho, hold at tho LoulsStanley E. Blankonbakor, motor vehicles that aro expectcd-t- o grist so far is: Will Whlttakor, fail of tho scarcity of furm labor ninny obsorvo tho request. HROWDEIPH CHOP REPORT. vlllo. ure to porform duty ns road ovor-seo- r; pupils will not bo able to enter at Tom Colo, Catlottsburg. havo been Arrangoments Clarence Pntton, samo chargoj first. County Farm Agent Browder roElijah Mulllns, Mildlo. SHINING. L1HERTV LiuitT whereby thoy may enter any D. Wllllo Mulllns, Livingston. hwrts tho recent rains general In ov- - E. M. McKlnnoy, samo charge;Rob- mniio If possible It would bo wlso time. fcry section of tho county, ana win Alford, samo charge; Raymond Bernard II. Lehmkuhl, Newport. Tho prettiest spectacle of illus- classify at tho Undetermined. thocrops. This wns inson, failing to work road and for them to come and irreatlv benefit get their trated patriotism that has come o our Woundctl, Di'Kico passing a horso bcglnnlug of school and Leo N. Utz, Burlington. tho first general rain In tho county Stllli Mason for Is tho installation In a window up with notice I driven to buggy, at n rate of speed books so thoy can bo keeping ii.p nnvlv In tlin nnrlni;. Harrison L. Scott, Mt. Sterling. of the Bank o Hartford of a mluln- tho classes as much as possible. greater man mieon nines nn uuur. Much of tho corn crop was too far PROGRESS OF THE WW.. er d. U-Boi ; . m turo reproduction ot Garibaldi's Statue of Liberty Enlightening tho World, thnt stands on Bedloe's Island, Wo had been wntchlng for it. Wo know it had to come. Tho Courier- - at tho entranco to Now York har Tho statue, from pedestal to Journal, guided by tho master linnd of Henry Watterson, was a fearless bor. to bo sound doctrlno, without top of torch, holding nloft tho torch, exponent of what Its great editor believed But over night that nowspapor Is about four feet In height. With tho counting tho cost In party expediency. blinds half drawn at night, nnd tho passed Into tho hands of an aspiring politician. Overnight the Courier-Journ- torch shimmering a reddish light, climbed into tho political bandwagon, nnd a great nowspapor, tho effect is indeed both pleasing nnd which had f3r a half a century led a crusade against fads and fancies In inspiring. political economy, becomes a follower of tho capricious multitude. In n FAMILY EUNION. reversed Its traditional two column editorial Sunday, tho Courier-Journpolicy on woman suffrage, nnd announced its purpose to follow the PresiA reunion of tho Foreman family dent Into tho woman's cap. It apologetically says "This 13 not a reversal was held at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. views. It is ratther tho progress of its position," G. W. Powers, near Dundee, Friday. of tho nmi rinsoa tho editorial with this other apology. "In her hand sho will Tim frnoat it tinnnr wna Mr. 'Pnrilnn California, carry a banner with tho strange device: VOTES FOB WOMEN." The C. Foreman, of Stockton, Ohio county with of great who is in on a visit from tho already thinned ranks passing of tho Courier-Journrfilnllvps. Mr. Fnrnmnn was reared nowspapers that possess their own souls, without counting tho cost, Is an near Dundee but has lived in California for more than a quarter of a Irreparable loss to tho newspaper profession. GETTING ON THE BAND WAGON. FIFTY-THRE- E BOYS REGISTERED AUG. 24 al 52 White And One Colored Boy Reach 21 Since June 5. .1-- al Courier-Journal- 's young men who Of tho flfty-thrc- o havo arrived at tho age of 21 years slnco June 5, last, only ono negro was listed in tho last registration, August 24. Following is a list ot I1"030 registering: al Richard Thomson Taylor, Beaver Dam, R, 1. Homer Steff, Hartford. Marlon W. Bell, Contcrtown, R, 1. Powell Tichenor, Hartford, R, 4. Hamll H. King, Verdigris, Okla. Leslio White, Baizetown. Clarence W. Farmer, Fordsvllle. Lawrence Fralse, Fordsvllle, R, 1. Clifton Duvall, Centertown, R, 1. Joe M. Curry, Llvermoro. Edward J. Renfrow, Dundee. Matthew Coleman, Prentiss. Arthur Charles' Gross, Narrows, R, 2. Verdie Allen, Olatcn, R, 1. Ernest Ford, Horso Branch, R, 1. Ollle Wedding, Narrows, R, 2. Arthur Bollpg;, Barrett's Ferry. ti at er J Harvey M. Marlowe, Fordsvlllo. Merrlel Sheffield, Rockport. Hobert Huff, Fordsvllle. Elsie Heifner, LIvermore, R, 1. Shelby Brown, Narrows, R, 2. Herbert Sullivan, Fordsvlllo. Orvllle G. Weller, Fordsvllle, R, 2. Dean Val Jean Midger, Hartford, R, 2. Ray Hawkins, Whltesvllle, R, 2. Herbert R. Reoner, Centertown. Clyde Smith, Baizetown. Clarence Gray, Hartford, R, 1. Hobart Coy, Hartford, R, 1, Otis Greer, Whltesvllle. Sammle S. Fisher, McHenry. James W. Kayslngcr, McHenry- Orvll Hobdy, McHenry. John E. Cooper, McHenry. Eugene Allen, Rosine. Charllo DeHart, Horso Branch. Noah Phelps, McHenry. William H. Baize, McHenry. Guy Otis Cook, Dundee. Thos. Gilbert Foreman, Narrows, k R, 2. Denver Basham, Horso Branch. Hnden Brown, Horse Branch. "" Robert Kennedy, Wysox. Charles D. Taylor, Cromwell. Porter Barnes, Beaver Dam. Ronda Lake, Hartford, R, 5. Clyde Balrd, Hartford, R, 5. Ulysses Trogden, Hartford, R, 5. Emmet Funk, Olaton, R, 1. Omer Taylor, Beaver Dam, R, Hallle B. Monroe, Horton. Coloretl. Floyd Carter, Hartford. POOH BUT HONEST. Tho Republican nas recently had a rathor pleasing experience with ono of Its subscribers who was several years behind with his subscrlptoln. He was a numbor of years In arrears, and wo sent him a statement of account, expecting to leave his namo off our mailing list as wo were cutting off many others at tho timo if tho account was not settled. A fow days lator we had a letter from tho party oncloslng a small money order, and a promise to make a monthly remittance until the nccount was paid. Ho has now sent us a money ordor for thrco consecutive months and ,has paid .most of tho account. Tho man is jioor but honest, and In cutting our list tho required notch 1C per cent wo shall strain-to keep his namo on our list. a ( proper-Biinerlorl- tv n, Mc-mii- I ' -- '" - I -- ,.-- - uii.i,i ei 1 I ),. -- - ,.. .,..., .. ..- -. Fi.-r- I .... ) i,i, JOY-lUl)K- P, '..., -- "L iui toa i A BIG DAMAGE SUIT. R. B. Eastln, administrator ot tho estate of May Eastin, deceased, has Hied suit against Barnos Brothers, 0 of Beaver Dam, in tho sum of for tho killing ot tho deceased $15,-00- lb. -. --- . -- . - --J-j- Mnx-Iwo- ll, .... Hartford and Beavor Dam plko two weeks ago, in which It is alleged that tho car striking tho ono In which to Barnes Brothers, and was being operated by ono of tholr employes. , -- In nn nutomobllo collision, on tho Miss Eastln was a passenger, . bolong-o- d i" . FOURTEEN S I ATES RATIFY. Fourteen of tho forty eight states havo ratified tho National Prohibition amendment. Thoy aro: South Carolina, North Dakota, Maryland, Montana, Texas, Dolawaro, South Dakota, Massachusetts, Arizona, Georgia nmi Louisiana. wmmBmiMr"?',, : "?JTW?njlFF',y,v?- VHpnnwVir, vwiwwwfFw ntTFvTy Wtwwv lv ff GERMANS LATELY start Immedlatly nfter tho cessation of military hostilities. German newspapers coming acroM tho Swiss boreco- m:i) moss notks. Tho American Hed Cross hoa opened a Fresh Air station at JR. Algoual for repatriated nnd rcfugeo nomic map. Last May, In tho Reichstag, n high Belgian and French children. government official said: Admit Hun's Chances For "Wo must prepare for tho possibilSixteen orphans' homes, hospitals ity and the probability of an eco- and farm schools operated by n Victory Gradually nomic wnr after the conclusion of financial assistance from tho AmeriWeakening pence. Wo must not look upon our can Hed Cross. adversaries as old women. We must Eighty-fou- r nurses nnd aids from ization Into Now York politics. Now talk seriously of this mnttor." Realizing that It Is from the nlllos tho American Hed Cross' nt Paris that wo know tho Kaiser's platform llrltlsh Array Hcadqiinrtrs Jn France, Aug.25. Tho ilomoanor that she must get food, which she hnvo boon lent for cmcrgenpy milita for tho United States wo ought to bo of hundreds of German officers tnknn doesn't produce, and first materials ry work in connection with the pres- able to stoy off of it nvojdlng assoThe public should understand that prisoners recently Is In striking con- knowing that tho allies now hold ent offensive. ciation in politics with those who facapof her ships, Germany Is at ninny trast with tho nttltudo of officers vor Free-Tradthe profits of the packers have been free ports and Sobaseball, Is cialism. Washington The national game, tured during tho Ilrttlsli retreat last this moment trying to compel HolNational limited by tho Food Administration spring. Then German officer prisoners land to lease its merchant fleet to following tho ling to tho wnr zones years of Europe and tho American Bed since November 1, 1917. For this pur-- , were arrogant and meant to crush tho Prussia for a pcrold of ton mm but now they are de- after the cessation of the war. is doing nil in It's power to Cross Urltlsh to earth, pose, the business of Swift & Company Surgeons ngreo that in cases of She Is well aware, as Indicated supply equipment to keep the game Cuts, Burns, pressed and very anxious. They apBruises and Wounds, is now divided into three classes: pear very willing to talk and the ten- from tho tone of hor newspapers, going. tho first treatment Is most Imporpeaco terms or of their conversation may bo that no matter what the tant. When nn efficient nntiseptlc Class 1 includes such products ns beef, will be she will have a hard struggle summed up ns follows: Tho piece work department of tho Is applied promptly, there Is no danpork, mutton, oleomargarine and In the economic field. They say Germany entered tho war American Bed Cross In the Hotel ger of Infection nnd the wound beothess that nrc essentially animal The Munchncr Post has this to say Victoria, nt Naples, "Italy, is now with enthusiasm, but this has long gins to heal at once. For uso on products. Profits ore limited to 9 since disappeared and tho struggle about tho dismal outlook for Ger- providing COO women who nre mem ninn or beast, Borozouo Is tho Ideal per cent of the capital employed in lias now become an economic one many after peace Is declared: bers of soldiers' families with work antiseptic nnd healing agent. lMy these departments, (including sur"Our economic life would bo un to do at homo. with Great Britain. It now nnd bo ready for nn emergenplus and borrowed money), or not They admit that Germany Is In dermined without the cotton, wheat cy. Prclo 25c, r0c, $1.00 and $1.50. to exceed two nnd a half cents on hopeless condition, both and copper from the United States, practically a Dijon, France Hero tho American Sold by Ohio County Drug Co . in each dollar of sales. economically and from the man- tho nickel from Canada, the cotton -- o Bed Cross has erected a barrack to power point of view and ask whether from Egypt and India, tho phosphates Class 2 includes tho soap, clue, serve as a day nursery for the chilNAItBOWS. Great Britain can not now consider from Northern Africa, the rubber dren of the French women who work fertilizer, and other departments Wo nre needing rain very badly Germany sufficiently reduced to be from tho tropical English colonies, in tho United more or less associated with the Army camoiillnge here now. States no longer a dangerous trade rival or anA without various other products factory. meat business. Many of these deMessrs. Sam Bennett, Calvin Loyal whether tho allies intend to crush held by the allies. partments are in competition with and James Carter nttended tho Bap"All theso materials will bo wanted outside businesses whose profits her altogether. In the latter case, Instead of opening large homes, they say, Germany will bo forced to after the war. The failure to get the American Bed Cross in this dis- tist Association at Clear Run last nre not limited. Profits in this class Wednesday and Thursday. no them will signify nothing lcs3 than light to the last, but they make are restricted to 15 per cent of the trict, about Genoa, Italy, is more r Miss. Essie Lynch, of Olaton, spent capital employed. effort to conceal their impression of the paralysis of our economic life and less using the cottage system in car Saturday with Mrs. Collls Shults. reduce to misery the German laborer. what this means to the fatherland. ing for refugee children. Cottages, near here. Class 3 includes outside investments, They say they believe- there is The allies are tho mistresses of the each caring for 14 children, have such as those in stock yards, and Misses Ula Woosloy and Emlo every disposition to evacuate Belgium world economics and merchandise." been opened in tho hills. the operation of packing plants in Boswell. Who are lunching near CenOther German papers are beginanil Northern Trance, and even negoforeign countries. Profits in this tral City, came home Friday night, tiate for the retention or evacuation ning to inform their readers that they class are not limited. The American Hed Cross Is to as and will not return to their schools must be prepared to sustain hardof sist the Italian Sanita Mllitalre In its until after tho Institute They are generally unanimous in ships for sometime after tho war in study of Infectious jaundice, malaria, Total profits for all departments Mrs. Ida Petty and llttlo daughter, agreeing that annexations thus far the event the Prussian arms can not the infectious of tho typhoid group, Edith, of Louisville, are visiting relpeace be victorious. They are beginning to made and the Brest-Litovtogether in 1.918 will probably be resulting from refrigera- atives and friends hore. treaty were a great mistake, but convey the idea to the people that the lesions between three and four per cent on tion and asphyxiating gases and cerBev. Birch Shields filled his regthink they can not withdraw from Germany not only needs the Entente tain other wound infections. an increased volume of sales. to work. ular appointment Sunday night. Russia in the present condition of In order to eat, but in order According to figures complied by Mrs. D. H. Godsey nnd mother, affairs there. A telegraphic request for addition- Mrs. B. J. Duff, loft Tuesday .The restrictions absolutely guarn Frenchman, the United for They are aware that the American a antee a reasonable relation between army now has assumed very formid- States, with hor resources, could al Bed Cross workers at the Italian Elizabcthtown to spend a few days front received at 5 o'clock at Bed with relatives. able proportions and there is a gen- hold a rather menacing club over live stock prices and wholesale meat Cross headquarters! Flvo American Mrs. Grace Barnard and baby, of eral admission of the seriousness of Germany's economic life. For AmeriBed Cross men on the train at S o' prices, because the packer's profit canca, his figures show, produces twenty- South Carrolltou, are visiting this factor. her clock! With them as personal bag-gatnot possibly average more than a parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Shults. Tho submarine campaign they can five per cent of oats, twenty per cent went 2,000 shirts, 20,000 cigarper cent of pork, Mr. Charlie Neel and family spent not refer to without Gestures of im- of beef, thirty-fiv- e fraction of a cent per pound of product. ettes and 5,000 packages of seventy per cent of cotton, eleven per patience. Sunday In Owensboro. Mr. Neel will Captured noncommissioned officers cent of wool, forty per cent of coal, I move to Dundee this wcok. Since the profits on meat (Class 1) per cent of petrol, forty-fiv- e attilbutc recent German defeats to sixty-tw- o Mrs. Joe White went to White-plain- s are running only about 2 cents on each In the past nine mouths the Amer per per cent of Iron, thirty-thre- e the Inefficiency of their air service Saturday, where she will visit ican Bed Cros has aided 3S2 tuberdollar of sales, we have to depend on and more especially to the inexper- cent of lead, sixty per cent of copper, culosis hospitals and dispensaries, her husband, who Is employed with ience and lack of stamina of the fifty per cent of alumlnum.thlrty per a lumber company there. the profits from soap, glue, fertilizer per cent of representing a total of 30,147 beds. latest recruits who are most inad- cent of zinc, twenty-tw- o Miss Maude Shults McClellan went The second requetts of 107 institu(Class 2, also limited) and other departequately drilled and trained and who gold, and It has twenty per cent of he tions have heen crnntoil. Thn vnlnn to Lcwlsburg Saturday, where ments, (Class 3) to obtain reasonable are physically incapable of sustain tho world wealth. ,th relatives 8I,cml a few per cent of goods of the goods requisitioned for thiswl" - J- - " Thomas and cl.JIdron, ing tho heavy strain of defensive war In 1913, fifty-on- e JIrsearnings on capital. work alone is estimated at 1,- fare. The mere presence of these new imported by Germany consisted of relief ot 'Iartford, bpont last week with 125 20S frances. recruits, they say, produces in a com- raw materials, thirty per cent of food here." Swift & Company is conducting relatives and friends pany a demorilizlng effect upon the and nineteen per cent of manufacturMrs. A- - B. Renfrew and family, of its business so as to come within these Twenty layettes a week are needed older men because it indicates to ed articles. Her exports were sixty-seve- n In Chioggia, Italy The American Owensboro, camo up Sunday for a limitations. per cent of raw materials and what straits Germany must be reweek at their old homo here. Bed Cross layette of twenty-tw- o duced to employ such poor material. ten per cent of food. Mr. T. L. Loyd and wlfo nro visitpieces, including four bright-colore- d o-- o Germany's textile industry was one swathing bands, brings unmeasured ing relatives at Beaver Dam. When you yawn a good deal in of the first of the world before the joy and relief, for the mothers, at !s more the daytime, feel dull, achey and war, with mammoth factories in tho wits' end to clothe the other child- ofTtiere country Cuturrh In this section the than alt other diseases want to stretch frequently it is an Itino Valley and in Saxony. Bnt tho ren, are often utterly unablo to put together, und for years it was supo posed to bo incurable Doctors prescribed tho materials to keep unmistakable symptom of malaria, allies furnished for the newcomer. local remedies, and by constantly falling and unless you do something at once the factories going. to cure with local treatment, pronounced It was thcj same situation in the it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, you are booked for a spell of chills. In the relief of thousands of refu- irreatly Influenced by constitutional conJlerblno is a chill medicine that will electrical industry. Tho gees who poured through Paris, tho ditions and therefore requires constituWHAT YOl'R and the trained and well behaved but one ot tional treatment. prevent or cure the disease. It American Bed Cross within two days cine, manufactured Hall's1'. Catarrh Medi-& by J Cheney SIHSCRIPTIOX MI'AXS.'tlic animals hns a bad record, having wished to dominate .drives out the impurities on which sent out 21,000 articles of clothing. Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional killed ono woman trainer before being itho malarial germ thrives, strength the world markets, but to do this including 500 blankets and 2,000 remedy. Is taken Internally and acts thru th" Blood on the Mucous Surfaces When you subscribe to a Liberty purchased by .vile. Pauline. ens tho liver and cleanses the bow- they had to have rubber nnd copper. sheets. Soon of the Sjstcm. One Hundred Dollars Loan you subscrlbo to the belief that nfter tho latter purchased the nnlmal o Is offered for any case that Hall's els. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio Coun-t- y Oa'srrh falls to cure. Bend for innocent women and children on un- ho attacked her, but she was on the Drug Company. m Woman's Case Officers nnd enlisted men from circulars and testimonials. armed ships shall nut bu bcnf-t- o the ulort and promptly felled him with V. J. CHENEY ic CO.. Toledo, Ohio. . Aviation Instruction an American Startles Rockport Sold by UruKKlstu. 5c. bottom of tho sea; that women and tho butt of a loaded whip she carried .AFTRR-WAHall's Family Pills for constipation. ltl'SIi:.SS A business man's wife could not Center in France have sent a check children and oltl men shall not bo The animal was unconscious for HAUNTS THi: (JKRMANS read or bew without sharp pain In for 5,000 frs. to tho Bed Cross as a ravished and tortured and murdered ton minutes but she finally her eyes. Tor years her eyes were mark of appreciation. At this center AMERICAN NAILED TO DOOR tindor the pica of military necessity; brought him to his houses by the apAug. 24. Germany is now red and weak. Finally she tried pure the Red Cioss maintains baths, laun OP BUILDING IIV OKRMANS that nurses shall not bo shot for Paris. plication of a spongo saturated w!H;a canteen, disinfecting plant, worrying and talking about the eco- Lavoptik eyo wash. Tho result of dry, deeds of inorcy, nor hospital ships be ammonia. Slnco that tlino ho has been Now York, Aug. 25 Women workbarber nomic war, which it believes will ONE application astonished her. A tailor nnd mending shop, sunk without warning, or hospitals woll behaved In her presence, nnd If shop nnd technical aviation library. ing with tho Salvation Army overseas small bottlo Lavoptik Is guaranteed and unfortified cities bo bombed or at any timo ho is Inclined to show press woro described as "Llttlo Marthas of to benofit EVERY CASE weak, strain It also contributed a printing cannonaded with long.rnngo guns. sljtnes of 111 mituro nil that 13 necesused by tho avlatois in Issuing their tho Ilattlofleld," In a statement Issn- TPBlT fMH You subscrlbo to tho doctrlno that sary to make ed or Inllamed eyos. ONE WASH l him cowor and slink camp newspaper. od horo today by Dr. P. II. Howard, small will startle with Its quick results. nations havo the Mimu rights Is to show him tho butt end of iu i member oi tho St. Louis Chamber sis great "" and powerful ones; Aluminum eyo cup FBEE. Ilarrol that whip. Red ("toss Protects Against THujis. jot" Commerce, who has Just returned might is not right, Bios, druggists nt Rockport. 5 and that Germany o When Col. Robert Porklns, Rod from tho front o-- c shall not force upon tho world the SO.M1! i Cross Commissioner to Italy, was in OF TIIK IHTS YOLK Dr. Howard who served soveral dominion of her military mastors. MIGHT WEAKEN THE FIRM. this country recently, ho related an months In Franco with tho Salvation LII1KKTY ROM) WILL DO. Von httbscrlbe, when you subscrlbo Came to this Woman after oxporiQiiCc of a Red Croks worker In Army, said that once, when ho reachto a Liberty Loan, to tho belief that Two brothers once ran a store In a Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's small western Rome. ed an advanced dressing station, u Ainnrli'n milnrcil tlilx u.-iIf you buy a $100 bond of tho Inut I fur towit whoro thoy had 1",urth I'l'wty t.oun you aro lending This man, dressed lit tho uniform Colonel rushed up to him uml asked nmniuhlo Vegetable Compound to quito a largo trade in wool on barter. catibo; that our soldlors In of tho American Red Cross, had dined how ho could "keep tho women of Franco and our sailors on tho sea tho Ul,,t0'1 Sla,os avnimont enough Restore Her Health Ono of tho brothers became converted aro lat the opposite sido of the town' to yours out of danger." Despite tho fighting for right and Justice. ' monoy t0 foul1 ,l B,u" ' France u at a revival and urged tho other Ellensburp;, Wr.-" After I was brother to fol ow In his foots eps. ,that In which his living quarters were Colonel's ropedtcd warnings, Dr. And you subsrribo to tho American lltll ,lforo tlm" 80Von notha. Or , married 1 wus not well for a lonp time Howard, said tho women continued sentiment that they miibt und shall bo J'ou lmvo tur"lblll''l unKh monoy to "lot, ought to oln. Jake" fcald the an ,M, ,, , una a goou deal of to give first aid treatment under powerful, efficient, and victorious. kmu nun u complete outnt ror winter oa don't know how ,um3 of tho time was not converted one. city. Walking ulong ft fire. tho and summer clothing, Including shoes able to go about. helpful uml comforting It is to bo a very dark street, ho was bitddenly nnd stockings, uml slicker nnd ovor-co- at Dr. Howard cited a number of Our greatest desiro member of tho church." waylaid by two bandits, who pointed Gorman atrocities which he suid had was to have n child and blunkots, with enough left "I know. Hill," admitted Jake, a pistol nt his head, and dumanded in our home nndono over to arm him with a good revolcome to his attention. Ono, ho asI ivn day my husband thoughtfully, "an I would like to his money. IIo very calmly said: "I not we ver. You havo done that much to beat serted, was tho caso of Sergt. A. II. came back from Join, but I don't seo how I can." ' For Infants and Children am Capt. , of tho Amcilcan Rod Colo, of Kast Liverpool, O., whoso back tho Hun. town with a bottle "Why not?" persisted the first. Cross." of Lydia L body, spiked hand nnd foot to tho In Use For Over 's Years It tukos $35 more to nrm him with Vegetable "What is to prevent you?" Thoy immedlatly assumed an attl- - door of a shuttorcd building, wus Always bears a illlo with a bayonet on It.and ir you -"Well, It's Jos' this way, 1)111," deCompound and the respect, pocketed discovered after u battle by his broth buy n second ?100 bond you furnish wanted me to try it. clared Juko, "Thero has Kot to bo tudo of tho utmost Signature him this illlo und 1,000 cartridges It brought relief CMtllltliml V 111 tllfl flllll i li'nt.rl. II. I. I their rovolvors, and, with tho greatest er, A. C. Colo, u private in the samo J from mv troubles. courtesy, told tho Rod Cross officor company. for It; und thero will still bo enough hero wool." Philadelphia I,, , , ,, Telegraph .... t .... ... , I improved in health so 1 could do my nun liu null numiuiuii nun u illi. ui ot your mousy left to purchase u A "Fearless" Animal 'I'm I tier housework; we now havo a little one, nil Apply a cotton cloth wet with Dutho town whoro it was not safe, and, j goodsUed bomb to throw in a dugout, of which I owe to Lydia E. Pinkham's Chronic Constipation, (From an Kxchango it llard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, . Inftnr u'lvliif. tlifif tlinv wiinlfl ...wi ir ilfinwilluli iti..l.i..n Vegetable Compound." Mrs. O. S. Is by no means un easy matter ,, """" Jllllc. Paulino, tho during nnlmal ,,, oyor , to cuts burns , sores or blisters, nnd nolo noth, Johnson, R. No. 8, Ellensburg, Wash. to It """8 "''"K,'t-thwh'o exhibited her leopards at euro this disease, but it can ho , Thero are women everywhere who ro,)rci)0nUllK th'0 AmorlCan Its wonderful healing power, It Is trainer ' lone: for children in their homes yet are done in most InstancoB by taking Uc(l Crog8 thoy oacortca ,,,, Hath Opora IIouso tho last thrco t0 tho prompt and very effective Prlco denied this happiness on account of Chamberlain's Tablets and complying , "suI'aiion is tho starting point clvnUc(1 t8 of 10 dt aml 25c, COc and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold duys last wcok, left Uttth for an en- - j some functional disorder which in most many Borlous diseases. To lb- " m gagement In wntorvlllo. "Good by Ohio County Drug Co. him a courteous cases would readily yield to Lydia E. accompany " """u u"eiunn """.bidding each package This young woman Is ono of tho 'wealthy, keep tho bowels actlvn m evening," departed. Finkhum's Vegetable Compound. o mi . -. If Henry Ford should endorso tho most fearless trainers in tho business regular. Herblnn Such women should not give up hone until they havo given this wonderful a number of years was con-- 1 cumulations in Republican principle of u Protective and for Till: KAISRR'S PLATFORM. tho bowels and out medicino a trial, nnd for special advice TaiilT, would Presidont Wilson still sldered the best woman trainer in tho the system in prime write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., condition. Price FOR FLETCHER'S employ of tho famous llostock's an- - COc. Sold by Tho revelation that tho Now York insist on his election to the United Lynn, Mass. The result of 40 years Ohio County UTUS. experience is at your service. imals. Hor leopards woro wonderfully Company. Evening Mail has really boon the States Souato? Nay, Nay! niV CAPTURED GLOOMY ders nrc openly talking of tho property of tho German government for mnny months causes unusual Interest to nttach to tho domestic political views of tho Mall, as editorially expressed during that period. First of all tho Mall was bitter In Its denunciations of tho Protcctlvo Tariff policy. It was n strong odvocato of free ports. It sponsored tho Fann ers party, Socialist boosted President Townloy to tho limit, and tried to introduce tho organrson-I'ortls- m Packers' Profits Are Regulated e, - Alsace-Lorrain- e. sk well-know- e, ,,a-V- 8 i I Swift & Company, U. S A. pro-vid- Electrlzitat-Allgemeinc-Gassellsh- R i flT ay -- r h. . CASTOR 0 30 A 1 Pink-ham- ,; I 11 l -- ",,", .. "siior o I fr Children Cry .. OASXORIA 1 MICE STEAL Damage AND STORE GRAIN I FOOLISH FEARS OF BACILLI LIKE SCENE FROM FAIRYLAND Correspondent's Graphic Portraiture of Children Leaving Pctrograd Cathedral After Services. DISTINCTLY WAS NOT "0. K." DRAWING WEALTH FROM SEA CHARACTER IN LAST WORDS Done by Little of I.lttlo tto Hnik' know about our mice mill their nllles, ns they are inatnly nocturnal In their hnblts, nml were It not fur tho discovery of their ruins In the leaf mold, their beats In the fields nml the iiimoynnce tlmt they MiiiH'tliiics ciuco their existence would hardly lio susp'-'ii"- ! says V. !. In tlio Hoy .Scouts' Magazine. The owl 1111(1 the fox COllIll tl'll us niwli nlmtit tin iircvuluncu nml the vvnjs of these little folk. As I Imve lived for n number of jenrs In clove proximity to tlio woods, I linu liiitl my share of mlco nliout the premises. I hnvo caught the white-footeor deer mouse the Jumping mouse, the mouse nnd tlmt mensly llttlo foreigner, the common house mouse, nml. us If that were not enough, there are two or three species of shrew-inliand moles. Once I had occasion, to clean away rubbish that hail collected In u corner near bogs of grain. As I picked up nn I old shoe something In It rattled. turned It upside down and a handful "f grain fell out. A pickle hottle wns halt full of corn. Prom a roll of roofing paper a quantity of grain rolled out, and here and there I found little heaps of corn ami wheat. White-foote' mice had supplied themselves well at If my expense, hut only the mice themselves could tell what they had curried off to parts unknown. I hastened to the store and purchased two small mouse (raps. Mlco are Innocent nnd In a unsuspicious little creatures. short time peace and ipilct reigned nn-fiBee-croft d o d f Cause Rodents It Considerable Loss to the Producer. Quite Possible to Have Too Lively nn Imagination, and Thus Shorten One's Life. o Impossible for a person of temperament to tend without a tremor the pioiiounccmeiit of the medlilnu men that door knobs and the like are teeming with baciorl.il life and dripping with nilirobcs. As the mind (Ills In the details of the picture, the horrors multiply. To hoard it street car becomes mi operation fraught with estiemo peril, for the hand Hint grasps the handle churns Consequently a handful of germs. Mr. Imagination walks to woik, and, arriving lute, selres the knob of Ids olllce dour only to let go npp.llleij with the thought that the Imcllll upon Its shining surface are more numerous Hum the Inhabitants of the globe. Braving the dangers that lurk In the lumli hour, he approaches the polished brass handle of the restaurant door with n shudder as he pictures It swarming with enemies, like a hlvo with bees. In the spies of the Invls-Idl- e empire of disease that dog his steps, poison his pence, of mind, nnd sin re him stiff. Pretty soon he takes to his bed, and after a while he llnds In ji nice, antiseptic cemetery nn opening for which he Is fitted. Hut Mr. Night Hawk, thu policeman, who tries the door knob of cut.v store on his beat nt least once n night, and who doesn't know u from u bathrobe, lives to n ripe Physician Discovered Vrcng a Few Things With Man Who Had Be. Hcved Himself Well. Waters Around Australia and America Abound In Material Always in Commercial Demand. Final Remarks of Men of Eminence a Key to Thoughts That Dominated Them In Life. It Is linng-lunth- I was Just crossing the snowy square There was recently nn article In the In front of St. Isaac's, returning from American Mnirnrliic In which n writer the last mass before the midnight told how to live nnd linger longer. In Huster service, when suddenly were one part of It, the author told of a man the gates of Fairyland flung open? who thought he wns O. K. until he was Down the nlslu of columns, out from examined bj n doctor. This Is what among the dusky pillars of the great the innn said: cathedral, In twos and threes or "'.My nrterles hnd thickened. (The somut lines alone, n voluminous letter hnd stated that, but It meant shawled and aproned njnnyn In the nothing to me.) That Is, their coverbackground came figures gravely in- ing had grown thicker and less clnstlc. tent llttlo llgures, each carefully In n healthy man they wouldn't have shielding his candle with tiny, cupped begun to do this until forty years or hands or twists of whlto paper, the more. If they kept on at the rate they yellow candle light flaring up Into were going they would be stiff before faces ns cherubic ns Ueyholds' "Ago many years. "Plpestem" nrterles he of Innocence," but weighted with ull culled them. That meant n disturbance n the sw eet solemnity of Mlltonlc nngels ; in tlio circulation that had already ihlldrcn bearing home sacred candles and hnd already threatened my lighted at the nltar of their own Lures heart. More than that, these defects and Penates. Out from ninong the In- In circulation had thrown n heavier scrutable, shadows and down the stops burden upon my kidneys. Constipaof the vast cathedral they flickered tion nnd Its results, that Is, tlio retenand floated In twos and threes; and tion of poisons in the body, had put still farther down the canyons of the another load on the overburdened kiddark streets, the spirit lights wavering neys, until the excretions from them mid gleaming like myriad showed plainly that they couldn't carry phantom ships flouting on n that load and work well. And then, phantom tide. It reminded mc of noth- to cap the whole thing, I hnd n tooth ing so inncli ns of that night of ances-t6- r flint wns suspicious. It had nil the worship in the Past, when lotus earmarks of one with an nbscess at the lanterns burning for the dend are set root. It would take on y to make afloat on river nnd bay and far out to certain, but If there was one there It sea. Olive Gllbrcath In Hnrper's meant Hint pus from that was drainMagazine. ing through my body and adding to its he-gu- The nnturol resources of Queensland (Austrnlln) exist In the sea ns well ns upon the land. The great reef which skirts Its northern cnbonrd Is the home of the commercial sponge, the trocus, shellfish, becho tie mer nnd other things which n more sjstemntlc or scientific search might reveal. So fnr the growth of pongo bus not ! ' linntl nvnlnttfwl litit blintt In tlio value of .10,000 (roughly, $150,000) old uge. burden.' " CONSTANT FIGHT WITH FLIES Camera Men Bothered With the Pests, Which Persist In Circling In Front of the Lens. CHINAMEN "FEED THE Religious DEAD" NO WEARY SHOPPERS, THESE ocr my Bruin bugs. Ceremony Faithfully Observed by Celestials, Wherever They May Be Living. IDENTIFIED AFTER TWO YEARS New York Police Refused to Be Oaf- fled by Mystery of Skeleton Credulous Man Labored Under Misapprehension When He Gave Up His Scat In Car. hns been exported to Japan from North Queensland. The luggers fish constantly nnd effectually. Whnt Is required Is (1) knowledge of the n greater resources of the Harrier nnd Its environs; (2) n more stringent enforcement of tlio licensing laws; (3) the necessity for n close scoson In various sectors of the waters, nnd, lastly, the introduction of scientific methods for development nnd control. It Is Interesting to note In connection with this Inst proposal that In Florida a sponge farm hns been successfully Inaugurated and sponges to the value of 40,000 (approximately 5200,000) nre about to be put on the mnrkct, an exchange observes. The way was made clear for this achievement by the American bureau of fisheries, an Institution which Is doing. In conjunction with the American bureau of standards, monumentnl research for American Industry. The sponges nre separated Into tenths nnd secured by platinum wire to small slabs of cement, which are "planted" In n water vat selected for the complete absence of fresh wnter, protection from marauders and freedom from sand. first-hand ti Piles gle the technical department of the movie companies some of tliclr hardest battles, w l lies Hubert Wagner Found In the River. in the .Sutuidny Hv cuing Post. Piles Identifying dend bodies Is often ex- are worse camera hogs than actors; Of course, 'linger they wouldn't be so had If they'd stay tremely difficult. nt the table ami eat, but between prints nml photographs make Identification fairly easy, and laundry murks courses tliev m and Itv III droVCS 111! are n great help; hut ury often the j round the canieni. Just to be in tlio close-upami wlien tney pass directpolice have much less to work upon. The New York police recently found ly In front of the lens they take oil n nude skeleton, fully clothed, In the the proportions of buzzards. When we .stage n liampiet scene It river. They succeeded In Identifying not pasteboard cuts, such Mt by means of n gold bridge In the is n banquet upper Jaw. They traced the dentNt us tluy lime on the stage, but the real who had made the bridge, nnd he gave Peruvian doughnuts. And when one feasts for, them the chart of the mouth, which of these great open-ai- r corresponded with the teeth of the nlas, our banquet hnlls are usually shy skeleton. They then found n watch- two or more walls Is nnnounced and py man, who mid that the man was the diners sit down to thclr-hupknown as "Sain." ' In the course of feed they soon discover that every tly from ns far north as Inyo county Is conversation he mentioned that "Sam had an enlarged great toe Joint on ulo In attendance. As wicked us It seems to use poison his left foot, nnd very often wore shoes with a hole cut out the big gnses at a liampiet, wu often have to !pnl and u patch sewed over the hole. do It Just to keep the flies out of our At the mortuary the shoe was found artistic ointment. It wns because these "Just as the wiitihmnn lmd described creatures liked burnt sugar so much It. Then the deceased's sister was that we had to give up that sticky traced, and she Identified her brother camouflage for our strong waters; our by means of n handkerchief found In Martinis ure now drier than every. It was nfterward proved fc's pocket. lhat the man fell Into the rher when Origin of "Machiavellian." he was drunk, nnd that he luul been A faorlto epithet for centuries, the In the w titer about two years. This word "Machiavellian," hns seen tireIs one of the cleverest pieces of Idenless service since the beginning of the tifying work of recent jears. present war as nn adjective to be hurled nt rulers who arc nccused of being treacherous nnd dishonorable. Plants Have Become Pests. Popular plants, like certain animals, The adjective is derived from the name may develop Into formidable pests or Nlccolo MnchlavoHI of Plorence, when introduced Into new localities. Italy, who died In 1S27. Machlavelll, famous as nn nuthor, As a striking example of the spread of a shriihby species, u. p, Andrews wrote a book, "The Prince," In nn enbrings forward the Japan honeysuckle, deavor to prove that, for the estabwhich 11 half century or so ngo was lishment and maintenance of governknown In the southeastern United ment, nny means might be resorted to, States only as nn attractive lne for no nintter how treacherous, unlawful, garden or plnrrii, but since then has or dishonorable. The ruler would be run wild until It has become the most Justllled In using these forces, tlio auaggressive and Indomitable enemy of thor argued, because ho would only egetatlon. the native Unlike the be pitting them ngnlnst similar traits common herbaceous weeds, it Is not of wickedness nnd treachery to bis confined to roadsides nnd waste places, people. Machlavelll was a friend of populnr hut Invades th most secluded haunts government, and for several centuries of wild flowers, strangling: or smotherthere were a few who argued Hint ing cery green thing, and It Is not un"The Prince" did not truly represent usual to see whole ncres of hnw thickhis principles, hut in reality was n ets or other shrubby growth being In Its deadly meshes. A satire on rule by despots. The dispute plant that had been reduced In its was set nt rest la 1810, however, by throttling grasp to little more thnn n the discover' of a letter written by leafless skeleton was n remarkably Machlavelll. The author said he wrote fine haw tree 10 Inches In diameter, the hook for the private rending of a crown spreading 10 feet and n the Medici, on Itnlian family of great wealth and power, hecause he desired iclght of about the same. to curry fnvor with thein, and he hnd no Idea the book was to he published. Prediction Somewhat "Off." People's Home Journal. "The Inst great war has been fought nnd the nations may now look forward Birds' Shower Bath. to uninterrupted pence." Nature first provided shower baths This wns tlio hope nnd belief pro unintentionally claimed from many pulpits In Paglaad for the birds, and ititm later added another variety of shower when flreat Ilritiiln, by rnynl proclaNamation, celebrated a general thanks- for "the little brothers of the nlr." giving duy following the end of the Na ture's gift is tlio dew. Parly In the poleonic wars. After the smoke of morning, when twigs, lenves and, gross rainbow-dropsWaterloo rolled hack It revealed n con aro dripping with the the birds dart hack and forth, under tinent given over to desolation. g Although Ihighind luul suffered less and nbove and ull around them, caus-luthe dew to diop on their feathers. thnn the other nations Involved in the long struggle, she had by no means es- Then they poise In a secure limb und caped unhurt. Por twenty jears Croat fluff and preen heir feathers, ull the Ilrltuln had supplied tlio llnauchil time slnglni; or chirping In contentWhen sinews of wnr for her allies In addi- ment. Man's gift Is tlio hose. gnrden, to active participation In battles the water is plnvlng over the tion the birds delight to hop around where on land and sea. the spray will fall upon them, or among the drenched plants which drip 'First Paper Mill. cool refreshment upon the songsters. The first paper mill In this country was started by William Bradford at Unconscious Backing Up. i Geriiinntown, Pa., In 1C90. It was "Tlio author J ou seem to be so fond known nn the ltlttcuhousc mill, ami, king's iof course, the pnper wasmado by hand of, Maria, nurders tlio i the first machine for tlio purpose "How can you say so, pa? I think Hieing Invented In lii)0 by n French-Snimhis stylo is perfectly killing." Louis Hubert. The Invention of paper Is ntti United Chlniimati named T'sal I.un, who Irregular Intervals. Is said to have jnado It from baric, s hieinp. i 'ins nnd old In tl.a The nispciu.uy Intern There. Tnlte 'year 105 A. I. Six centuries inter the n tenspoonful of this directly after fArnhs captured ilio Chlneso city of each meal and you'll soon feel all right." Samarkand, nml there learned the art The Poet Do you thluk two or three Coses a cek will be enough? pf fh Hng-llsh." i, Chinamen still observe the religious ceremony of "feeding the dead." The food Is Intended ns a propitiatory offer-la- g to the Chinese ivjll spirit. The offerings vary according to the habits Limd tastes of the occupants of the graves. "At the grave of one,4 says nn eyewitness of n fenst, "his friend, after digging holes In the hard ground with his knife, stuck up two candles, nnd s laid out several sets of nnd ns many small cups, which ho filled with wine; then he placed on the grave some howls of rice, n package of cigarettes, and n small vessel of opium. Afterward he made several bows and genuflections, ns If inviting his dead friend or the other party to set to. "A number of fires were burning In the vicinity, nnd on these were placed pieces of pnper with squares of imitation gold leaf pasted on them representing gold coin; other squares with silver foil represented silver coin; and smaller squares, punched full of holes, represented the brass 'cash,' which 1ms a hole In the center. Some burned smnll garments made of pnper, nnd thus furnished a new suit to their deceased friends nt a smnll cost. After the provisions had been dlsphijed long enough to give the spirit enough to sntlsfy himself, they were carefully brought back to town." . chop-stick- It hnd been the credulous man's busy day. Furthermore, his stenographer was out with smallpox, nnd the credulous man's own vaccination was Just beginning to "tnkc." So when two handsomely gowned women boarded the car near Tenth nnd Baltimore, the credulous man resolved for once to renounce chivalry and keep his seat. For some reason, however perhaps with that womanly Intuition we hear so much nbout the two women chose the buck of the credulous man's sent to cling to, and there to carry on their lamentations against selfish masculinity. "I never put In such a day before In my life," sighed the first. "Nor I," agreed Hie other. "Such u crowd of wild, wrangling women I never sow." It wns too much for the credulous man, whose particular weakness Is for the poor tired creatures who serve the bargain hounds. "Won't jou take my sent?" he sold, rising weailly nnd making way for his seatniate, forced to do likewise. "Thanks," said the women, shortly. Comfortably seated, one of them opened her handbag and brought forth two little green slips of paper. "I guess we don't need these any more," she said, and cast them on the floor. The letters the credulous man made out on the slips were: "II II 3" nnd "It H 4," "Wed Mutluee." Kansas City Star. , MUST KEEP BRAIN AT WORK The schoolmaster spoke In old Alexander Adam's Inst words, "It grows dark, boys; you may go;" the polished man of the world In Chestcrlleld's "Give Dnyrolles n chnlr:" the tihlloso- pher In Hobbes', "I nm going to tnko a great leap Into obscurity;" the as cetic In Thorenu's "I leave the world without n regret;" the rebel In Peter Pindar's "Give me back my jouth;" the poet in Kents' "I feel the flowers growing over my grave;" Hie actor In Quin's "I could wish this tragic scene, was over, but I hope to go through it with becoming dignity;" the man of action in Cecil Rhodes' "So llttlo done, so much to do;" tho hero In Lawrence's "Don't give up the shlpl" tho wit In Pnlmerston's "Die, my denr doctor I that's the Inst thing I shall do;" the humoilst In Doctor Snmuol Garth's appeal to his "Dear gentlemen, let me die n nnturol death;" the believer in Sir Henry Ilavelock's (it Is doubtful that Addison said it first) "Come, my son, nnd see how n Christian can die;" the skeptic in Thomas Palne's "I have nh wish to believe on Hint subject;" tho victorious warrior in Wolfe's "God bo prnlsedl I die happy;" the dictator In Napoleon's "Tete d'nrmce;" tho anxious patriot In Pitt's "My country I how I love my country 1" tho stoic in Harriet Martlnenu's "I see no renson why the existence of Harriet Mnrtlnenu should be prolonged;" the sophisticated villain In Tltus Oatcs' "It Is nil the same In the end;" the plutocrat In Lorenzo de' Medici's "Not Hint, I enn-npnrt with Hint;" the benevolent man in Walter Scott's "God bless you all I" the mnrtyr in Sir Henry Vuno's "Ten thousand deaths for mo ere I will stain the purity of my conscience." fcllow-phy.slclnn- ot Men Who "Do Things" Are Those Who Constantly Maintain Activity of Their Minds. INDIAN WORKED WITH BRAIN Paper Scarce In Wartimes. During the War of the devolution persons engaged In the manufacture of paper were exempted from conscription. As the war advanced the biip-pl- y of pnper for cartridges and wadding ran so low that the government advertised for It. and finally ordered the public to produce all they had, even sending flies of soldiers to search for the Indispensable nrtlcle where there was any likelihood of finding It. In the garret of n house where Benja-ml- n Franklin once hnd his printing office were found 2,500 copies of n sermon by n Philadelphia divine on "Defensive Wnr." These were seized nnd used to make cartridges for the battle of Monmouth. The results of the battle showed conclusively that It wns "n most striking discourse." During the Civil wnr common news pnper sold for 2.1) cents per pound, and ten years later It sold for 10 cents per pound. Taught That All Was Dream. far hack as the fourth nnd third centuries II. C. Chunng Tzu, the brilliant Chinese mystic, taught Hint this life Is really n dream. He said: "Those who dream of a banquet, nwnke to lamentation and sorrow. Those who dreuin of lamentation nnd sorrow vvnke to Join the bunt. While they dream they do not know tlmt they dream. Some even interpret the dream they ure dreaming ; nnd only when they wake do they know It wus a dream. comes the great awakening, nnd then wo find that this life U really a great dream. "Fools think they are awoke, now, nnd flatter th'emselves they know If they are really princes, or peasants. Confucius nnd you nre both dreamers; and I, who say you are dreamers, I am hut n dream myself." As Diving Water Birds. Wnter birds which tiro ordinarily nblo to float high on the wnter can also sink nt will by expelling tlio air which Is Inclosed within the film of surrounding their bodies, feathers thus making them heavier than water. This mechanical trick on tlio part of diving birds Is probably fumlllnr to nil vv lib have wutched the kingfisher nt closo quarters, and have noted tlio sudden contraction In the bird's apparent size us It takes the plunge. This is moro easily, observed in tlio case of the starling, which sometimes Imitates the kingfisher by plunging Into wnter for food. Tlio shrinkage of Hie bird in apparent size is very noticeable 'when, after hovering above the surface, it turns downwuids to dive. The Thirteenth Juror. What Is the Influence of the thirteenth Juror upon the other twelve Jurors? asks Willis Barnes in Cnso nnd Comment. Here nre twelve men selected from the ordinnry wolks of life, commercial or Industrial rarely from professional life. The only Impressive faculty they ore supposed to have Is a sahe mind capable of a common-sensconclusion upon facts submitted, nnd that each man's mind will be brought to n unanimous conclusion, hut In the effort to nccompllsh this the thirteenth Juror tnkes n port; he Is looked upon ns one lenrned in the law ond necessarily learned In the skillful analysis of evidence; the Jury listens to this analysis and the color put upon it by one who knows whnt he Is talking nbout, nnd when the twelve Jurors retire to the consultation room they carry with them a mental Influence so impressive that It cannot be easily dismissed; it enters Into and necessarily becomes n pnrt of the evidence they aro called upon to consider. e The editor of the American Mnga-zln- e says: "Some men stny asleep nn their Jobs no matter whether they are s In New York or storekeepers In Manistee. The main thing Is to wake up. That is what this man did. He woke up and shook himself Into n state of rigid nmj overhauling. That Is good for anybody once in a while. "Beyond the shadow of a doubt the men who do big things differ, from those who don't chiefly In the activity of their minds. The big doers keep up n continual mental struggle collecting and absorbing new facts, studying to understand them, trying to 'put two nnd two together' until out of this activity they lilt upon good practical ideas which they sve clearly. No mentally lazy man ever had a really good Idea. You can't get good ideas that way. Good Ideas nre horn In brains that keep working. You can't take a fat horse out of n stall where It has been locked up u long time and expect it to win a race. Neither can you expect a lnzy brain to get out on the track suddenly and make much of n record. Both horses and brains thrive on exercise." strap-hunger- Buck's Ingenious Explanation for Not Aiding Squaw to Carry Their Domestic Burden. A group of people who were touring Alaska ono summer were disgusted at Hip laziness of the buck Indians they snw In the villages and along tho trail. One day when they were taking a side trip they came upon n couple of idions who were evidently packing into the mountains to stny a while. The squaw was staggering under a tremendous burden. She lugged nil of the bedding nnd provisions, nnd a papoose for good measure. The old buck was slumping along lazily ahead of her, smoking his pipe and looking '"" -- -- t down nt the trull. One member of the tourist party balled the Indians and when they stpp-p- ed he inquired, somewhat out of patience: "See here, buck, how comes it that Ntktiwona Is carrying all of the hng- -, gnge rind you are slouching along, your pipe? Why don't you take nt least half of tho load off your squaw, you big lazy Indian?" The buck stood as a sphinx for n few moments,' then grunted to himself and, pointing his Index linger to his forehead, he exclaimed In deep, guttural tones: u "Huh, me ull time think I" ' Water Under the Desert. A study of underground waters In the Nevada deserts has recently been completed by the geological survey. It shows that In Nevnda the bedrock Bohemia's Sufferings. Bohemln went through some of the most hnrhorous of the German religious wars In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Between 1017 and 1037 the Bohemian population was reduced from 3,000,000 to 780,000 by the ravages of execution and exile, says Itlchard Wilmer Itovvnn In World's Work. The Czech language was banished from the Bohemian school room In favor of tho German by the otherwise liberal Maria Theresa Just two years before our American declaration Czech rioting signalof Independence. ized tlio upheavals In IS 18 Hint drove Metteriilch and his fellow reactionaries h to a timely seclusion. Yet the comproor mise of 1S07 found Bohemln still refused the national recognition it deAus-glelcAustro-IIiingnrlun manded. 1 One's Friends. day, Ilosorlo was from work with a friend. They met n newsboy, and filend asked Ilosorlo to lend him n cent to buy n paper with. So Kosailo took off his gloves, unbuttoned his overcoat, sweater and coat, and shlverhigly extracted a cent from his waistcoat pocket. The paper wns bought. Then a block or so farther on they entered u s,toru to make a purchase. And In the storo Bosarlo's friend returned tho cent ho had borrowed. He explained that It was too told to take his glove off and get It when they were ou the street. Cleveland Liuln Dealer. On an w ulkiiig nrouud-zero home ifn fish-net- popcr-maMuj- j. and the counterfeiter of fullest accomplishment bring to their purposes which would serve them in legitimate application exceptionally well. Ranking below these operators' in genius, the new motor car thief displays yet an acumen nnd a smoothness In buslnes execution which should nmke him as a straight man of affairs generally valuable. All these performers, refusing to work 'honestly for sure nnd sufficient compensation, work much harder for the uncertain returns nnd perils of crookedness. They make manifest a curious paradox of crime. They are not explained wholly by theories of n stunted spirit of ndventure nnd n hlghry temperamental lovo for Jho risks of the game. Perhaps tho law, to meet them effectively, should hold them to punltlvo account In measures proportioned less to arbi"Pity the Blind." "I was standing In fiont of the Tut-wll- trary degrees of crime than to proved wnlting for n friend the other wastes of natural gifts. duy," snld Ernest W. House, "and Just across the street a number of pretty Do Men or Women Dream Most? girls were, waiting for a street car. It A question often asked Is, "Who was windy, nnd there was quite a dis- dream most, men or play of hosiery. Now, this in Itself ing to Heerwagu's women?" Accordstatistics "Womwould not have been so very unusual, en sleep more lightly nnd dream moro but a fellow standing by me spied the often than men; tho frequency of exhibition, and then sow n blind man dreams is proportional to their vividsitting only about a hundred feet away, ness.; women who dieam sleep longer with a sign, 'Pity the Blind.' than those who do not; twlco as many "I do not know who lie wus, but his women us men dream." sympathies were aroused, for he Another mooted point Is, "Hus ago turned to me nnd snld, 'I never was so sorry for n blind man in my life; I nm got any bearing on dreams?" In norsixty-going across and drop a quarter In his mal Individuals above the ago of five De Sanctis found that dreams enp,' nnd he did." Birmingham Agewere rare; atmospheric Inlluei.ces Herald. seem to be Important elements in causing them; memory of them Is weak; All Asleep Standing Up. they ore emotionally poor, and deal In the Soutli It Is not an uncommon with long past scenes. sight to see a negro sleeping soundly while standing and leaning against a Echoes. bale of cotton. A. Tennessee physician "Can't you play something else thnn tells an Interesting story of being culled to attend n sick colored woman that everlasting march from LohenIn the coutnry. When ho got through grin at my wedding?" asked thu widow who is arrangwith tho patient, lie found nine members of the family standing In various ing for another of her matrimonial attitudes beforo the fire, and ull bound events. "Certainly,, madam," responds tho asleep, some of them snoring. He awoke ono of the group and asked him courteous organist. And ns tho bridal cortege wends Its If ho was In tho hublt of sleeping that way. T!kv man said tho family had way down Hie ulsle tho church shakes been up for many nights with tholr to tho thundering forth of tlmt popuand that every Inst ono of lar classic "Over and Over Again."-. Uieui had leurucd to sleep staudlug up. Judge. forms a corrugated surface consisting of more or less parallel mountain ranges nnd broad Intervening troughs that are filled to great depths with rock waste washed from the mountains. These deposits of rock waste ure relatively coarse and porous. The rain thnt falls upon them nnd thnt reaches them from the the run-of- f mountains sink Into them, nnd the valleys In which they He are arid. These deposits, however, form huge reservoirs In which Hie water is stored and in which, to the limit of the capacity of the reservoirs, it Is protected from evaporation. So well is this water hidden that its existence was not suspected by many of the early travelers, and even today long desert roods on which there nre no watering plnces lead over areas where ground water could easily be obtained. It has long been a matter of note that the safe robber of highest degree tnl-en- ts Crime Always Poorly Paid. ' ever-prese- slck-moth- er MF,r I The Hartford Republican PublMicd "Weekly by ITARTFOHI) P1UXTIXO COMPAXY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, V. S. TINSLBY, as. ' President ' Soe.-Trc- johx iroxnv tiiomas..... m V. " or S. TIN8M3Y, Associate Editor nnd Ituslncss Mnn'ngcr Entered according to law at tho Postomcc, Hartford, Ky., as mall mattor of tho second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. w I! & !' I', I ': r .! Wo nro gonna see the elephants nnd monkeys nnd all them things. FOR SALE. aml t)l0 i,ig gtrcet parade, yes, and Tho death of Senator James may Ono nood farm horse, good sizo, .i,nr io thn show subscribers. Art ro notice by tho He necesslatc tho nomination gentle and a bargain nt $100. 0" t00i nn of It, next Tuesday If wc havo of another candidate for cow,Jersey and a bargain j t() flRht thc W,U),0 j,iamc,i i,ani f ., !it..i,.1 Ctnlna snnntnr. Dr. UC11 Li. good milk Mm rcmiost. - , n mnl.-lni- r week tf directors and olllco force, and so far regu- at SS5. Must be sold this Duslncss Locals and Notices 10c Bruncr was nominated for tho next. If interested net quick. as wo caro the Editor nnd President per lino, and Gc per lino for addition- lar term, beginning March 4, 1910, A. B. WEDDING, may go to thc devil for help. insertion. al may also havo a candidate Dundee, Ky Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards and wo fill out the un Stf of Thanks, 5c per lino, money In ad- for tho short term to Lightning played around this joint expired term of Senator James, from vance. .IUST TO MOTHER. but It proTuesday for Church Notices for services freo, the November election until tho be gressed no further than tho Editor-in-chieadvertisements, 5c per lino. ginning of the regular term in 1910. Just as the Wirthmor twoers above all other Blousbut other quarters. There It was Omar Wallace. In tho lnnd of Anonymous communications will We take it that tho Republican State es at $1.00 so does the Wirthmor at $2.00. reccivo no attention. and death, writes a letter to arrested and fully subdued. No, Central committee will consider no and the homefolks. don't ax me what It ran up against The fact is that these celebrated blouses are both other candidato for the short term TELEPIIOXES. A. P. O. France, July 30, 191b. of Som.123 than Judge B. J. Ilcthurum, Cumberland I will try, after plan and the Dear Mother: the product of the same money-savin- g Bat Nail was In Owensboro during . 51) erset, who made tho race in the priFarmers Mutual attempts and as many failures, the tiro that destroyed so much bartwo mary against Dr. Ilruner. same modern efficient factory. to writo you a few lines. I am well reled "milk and lionoy' as 'twere, ( i .AUGUST 30 nnu nope ,1.1. ...Ill flat.1 "' tt.rt dttllA innd tho aforesaid Hattlo sacked up """"" mis ui FRIDAY,. We could tell you of numerous reasons why these May wo call the attention of tho We are pushing thc Germans back, am, felchca i,omo w lth him, about a City Street Commissioner to a couple Ticht alone. Wo havo driven them lllBinl nt,.i n i,air of Daviess County Blouses excell but what interests most is that they holes In tho brick walk, Without a of crater-lik- e two weeks, ami c,ay. (1,nt 1!Ul )ecn overflowed and And the "Whiskey IS miles in tho last do. , between tho Baptist church and Ac- aro still driving them. I saw two Headache" is no more. w,lh wi,jgicy from bursting k In dry weather the ton's corner. brought down, and i.arroia method nuo to no better Just how greatly they excel is evident from their the pcdistrlan Is In danger, especially at German nlrplanes county voted Mulhcnburg have seen a few air raids. of extraction. Bat Is now, so friends' twenty cent road tax Saturday. Ohio night, of falling into these pits anil splendid wearing qualities. Our artillery is shelling the nanu Bayt a connrmcd nnd hopeless clay county will vote it eventually; why breaking his neck, nnd just af'or out of them, and they aro sending a ' wocator We are eager to have every thrifty-minde- d heavy rains, like those of this week, not now. few back at us. Wo havo captur he may misjudge the depth of the big gun they wcro shelling man in this community know of thc remarkable valNeighbors of Undo Joo Robertson Shall we speak of him as Judge water standing in these lakes, and ed the with. Where the shells havo say since wo exposed tho whyforemW Settle, of Howling Green, or of be drowned. There are three possi- Paris ues that are being offered in these Welworth and looks like whero stumps had of his latonoss In getting home to Frankfort? Will the Herald be good ble remedies for this trouble. One hit, it Many supper, and keeping his good wlf been blown out of tho ground. Wirthmor Waists quality just as high as always, enough to advise us? is to lay underground tile to drain buildings arc torn all to smash It waiting so long, they see a marked off the water, another is to build and as yet, at no advance in price. Quantities are Stanley on the ticket will be worth bridges over these chasms "and the fa snmn slcht. I saw one house improvement In his afternoon habits. blown off iV" hntod to oxnose Undo Joe. I mt two thousand votes to 51. H. Heavrln third but perhaps It would be im- where tho ton had been limited and no more of the same styles are and holes shot thruogh the .sides, (lut. js Ullty you know, and we aro In this district, in his race for Judge practicable on account of expense and two big pictures hanging on thej,ou"n(j to ao our duty, ns wo sea It, of the Court of Appeals. would be to level up the pavement. walls not touched. I havo seen the even tno wo nmst oifend a friend 90 We submit the case without argu same thing happen in dilllercnt build-- 1 or 95 years old. Undo Joo simply "The air mail service will grow ment. Ings. I could tell many other j naa no i,8incss to put In 8,0 much says a newspaper headline. slowly." things, nut want 10 gei mis time at the bathing beach. No doubt of It. It will follow the exThe death of senator James is a started on thc way home. I bhould war service. ample set by the air calamity to the Democratic party in like also to get some mail from home Wc know of one petty, pusillaniKentucky. Though never popular started to mc. Tell the girls to write mous, pestiferous, pessimistic pest Cole Dlease, the South Carolina opposition, because of his m me nml if thev have had their nic-- i who would raise a howl If it rained jackass, who once disgraced the State with the stronc partisanship, senator James tures made to send 1110 some. Ishould pure gold bricks in his back yard, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. as Governor, was defeated for Unitwas a strong character and a popular liko to have yours and father's made Tuesday's a bay steer because tho and kick like ed States Senator at leader In his own party. Largo of together, on a postal card as that ii stuff wasn't coined Into $3, $10 and strong of voice, he was stature and you could send me. unless $20 pieces. Last week ho said all Democratic about all I get the Captain to sign a slip with of the crops wcro going to burn up, It is not always so easy to get into perhaps the most effective south. Senator James The bill was slightly amended In tho IH)Il.i:i DOWN. the army as tho Hartford Herald speaker in the asset of no mean order what I want on it, and I do not need and the people were going to starve upper house, sent to confercrco rnd It is. Does not tho was a political seems to think anything, anyway at present. "shoren hell, didn't matter how soon Democracy. The recall the failure of Col. to thc Kentucky Herald Have you got my Insurance papers it rained. Wc saw this samo yaller calculated that the new draft agreed on it is committco If not. and you legged guy one day this week jump Roosevelt, after the most persistent Democratic State Central from Washington? will make 1.1. 000,000 men availwill fill the vacancy on tho ballot write to Washington about it, bo sure ing up and down and swearing ny law The National Industrial Confer, effort to got in. for military service. caused by tho senator's death. The and send my full namo and address every thing god and bad that every able ence Hoard reports that tho cost of Our boys in France have not re- action of the committee is not in and serial number, 1,555,70:5. Perishing is worrying living to tho average wage earner has ihiilirumed thing tho people had was General laxed their efforts to put the Huns doubt. It is Stanley's committee, and Well, tell everybody Hello! and shore tor bo ruined by this devilish over the dally Increasing number of Increased 55 per cent slnco tho war on the cooling board, and we folks Stanley will take the nomination. No don't lose any time answering. wet spell. desertions In the American army. The began In 1914. at home should not relax our efforts other governor ever npproached tho Your loving son, peculiar feature of thuse desertions to put food, guns and ammunition on end of his term of office so hopelessly OMAR T. WALLACE. xotici:. Do you cct up at night? Sanol Is Is that thc hoys are deserting tno rear ADMIXISTUATOR'S his party as does the unpopular with the battle fields. The undersigned, as administrasurely the best for all kidney or blad ranks and going to tho front-s- o keen present govenor, and Ben Bruner's YOIIU TAXES NOW DUE. der troubles. Sanol glve3 relief In ire they to get Into the thick of the tor of tho estato of E. S. Ilarnes, deThe Sparks show, which will ap-p- election to the United States scnato I HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE 24 hours form all backacho and blad- light. ceased, will on Monday, September in Hart- is as certain as any future event can here Tuesday, appeared 1G, 191S, nt about 1:30 o'clock p TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed about seven years ago, and it is be. ford nnd nearly m., nt the court house door in HartCLERK AND WILL BE IN MY OF remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle nt Twenty automobiles saw it then, bald by citizens who 46-y- r Whiskey have ford, Kentucky, DAYS IN THE WEEK TO tho drus store. offer for salo, nt ? 100,000 worth of The Michigan senatorial primary FICE SIX that it was a clean, moral and pleas. oftl-enTAXES. ON ACpublic outcry, nine shares of $100 00 been captured by government over, and Henry Forii, nominal RECEIVE YOUR is ing entertainment. SKXATOK JAMKS DEAD. HopknsvHlo each of the capital stock of tho FarmASSESSMENT BEat Hoiiklnsvlllo. Republican who entered the race in COUNT OF THE I RECEIVED THE Is a wet town near tho Tcnncssco ers Bank, Incorporated, nt Center-tow- n, The Hartford Herald says the Red the primary for the nomination tor ING DELAYED, Konntnr Olllo M. JaillCS died lit border, and tho autos captured eviWEEKS Ohio county, Kentucky, Cross ladies are turning out Hospital Senator on both the Republican and TAX BILLS SEVERAL I -t MATERIALLY JUIlllS ,T..l.l.i ll...il,nl UTnflnncililv woro being used to transport tho denced by certlllcatc No. 1C, for five IlunjMliil ,, ...-w..- j I1UIIIVII13 WHICH shirts as fast as they can "knit" Democratic tickets, Is overwhelming LATE, COLmorning. His death was duo to whiskey into Tcnncssco, which is shares, amounting in the nggegate them. We "preferred" to mention ly snowed under for the Republican SHORTENS THE TIME FOR AND MUST INSIST Brights desease, and death came after supposed to bo bono dry. to $500.00, dated July 1, 1911, and this as an Illustration that slips will nomination, by tho straight Repub- LECTING TAX, by certificate No. 41 for four shares, regulated offices. lican candidate, Truman H. Newber- UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY months of Illness. Senator James was occur in the best seven years old, and his home A first lieutenant, namo not given amounting In the 'aggregate to ry. Mr. Ford mado no campaign, OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLE- I forty was at Marlon, Ky. His body was hns been taken Into custodny by fed- - $400.00, dated July 14, 1911. Said Robert Worth Bingham, of Louis- as his opponent made none, but re- MENT OF THEIS TAXES. brought home lor, ouriai. S. O. C. being mentioned for the Dem- lied upon the President's publicly ville, Is oral authorities at Camp Tnylor, certificates being Issued by said bank tf S. A. BRATCHER, for Governor. proclaimed Invitation to him to run, charged with uttering forged checks, to the snld E. S. Barnes, deceased ocratic nomination living with a woman not his wifo And 1 will. also, at the same time Mr. Bingham recently Inherited for the support of Michigan voters. from his wife's estate, and But tho President's plan to add anwhen ho had a wlfo in another city, nnd plnco, offer for snle at public year, four per Impersonating an officer of higher outcry, ono "10-2- 5 conld well afford to make the sacri- other vote to" tho administration's rnnk, refusing to answer call for cent convertible, gold bond of tho fice for his party. Senate, has signally strength in the foreign service, etc. United States of America, of tho failed, as it deserved to fail. Henry this is a war of the Democratic If Second Liberty Loan, 1917 Issuo," j openly supported Wilson in tho party then only Democrats should Ford Tho Man Power bill raising tho said "bond being Issued to and regiscampaign of 191C and contributed heln flcht it, but if it Is a war of tho money to tho Democratic campaign -n service ago from 18 to 45 years .pass tered by tho Bald E. S. BarnesdecAmerican people, then let us all help fund, and It was absurd to think of ed the lower houso with but two dis- eased, being numbered .1036, nnd fight It, and hear no more about the tho Republicans of Michigan sending senting votes ono Democrat and a dated February 4, lOlS.togothor with necessity of voting tho Democratic tho accrued Interest duo on said rencgrado to the Socialist. such a political ticket to endorho the war. bond. United States Senate. Ford won the Said shares of bank stock will bo but It is 187.000 men will bo cnllcd for Kcntucklans, regardless of polit- Democratic nomination, Hold separately and as u whole, and draft sorvlco September. worth about ns much as a Republican ical faiths, will regret tho death of said bond and Interest thereon from would bo worth In South Senator Olllo James. Ho was a par- nomination Henry Ford will get about Moro than a million nnd a half May 15, 1918, to tho highest and was a Caiollna. tisan of tho Democrats, but ho Scnuto American soldiers aro now in Eu- best bidder, on a credit of three Kentucklan of a type that sheds hon- ns close to tho United States months, evidenced by tho purchaser's rope. gave him to as ho did to "getting tho boys out of or upon tho State that noto, with approved security, bearbeforo Christinas." the trenches tho public and tho nation. Slnco entering tho wnr tho United ing six per cont Interest from date, -Is it cood or ill fortuno that a con t &zmEBN$f$?&i0m 4 States has loaned Its allies a Httlo with tho privilege of tho purchaser Jiud beforo tho Missouri primary paying cash for all or any of said -- 7 gressional election comes on in tho iudio than six billions of dollars. . tho government allowed sent, postage property on tho day of salo or paying Washington to Missourlans midst of tho country's strugg'.o in tree, from war? Tho nnawer depends upon tho wur department estimates that said purchase money In notes nt jiny The copies of senator Willloy's ItOO.OOO may bo elected to ono man In ten will bo called on for tlmo boforo maturity, together with speech; and this at a time when tho class of men that active sorvlco, of tho 31 to 45 class, accrued Interest, duo thereon, to tho newspapers are forced to cut tholr congress. As at present constituted, , and ono man In thrco of tho men dato of said payment. output 15 per cent on nccount of the wo huvo ono of tho weakest con This August 24, 1918. V VatfBMMMMr l J . MHSHmKZHKtSHaHH pos- gresses in tho history of tho country. from 18 to 21. paper shortago, and havo their backbone. Ota J. R. ADDINGTON. . tage rates Increased, it Is Incon- It has neither Inlatlvo nor lacking in Aduir. of K. S. Barnes, deceased. off tho Now A merchant ship, government to forco It Is loyal, It is true, but sistent for tho Now York York coast, mistook an American pateverybody elso to practice economy forco and strength. Tho ADMINISTRATOR'S XOTK'H. rol boat for a submarino and sunk Indulges such needless World, ultra friendly .to tho Presiwhile it All persons having claims against dent, says of tho congress: "Tho it, with a loss of 17 lives. waste by Us press agents. present congress can not bo charged tho estuto of James Eld on Miller, deceased, aro hereby notified to present tho statuto requir- with lack of loyalty. Whut it noeds A war department order authorizPublication of es tho enlistment, for certain brun samo to mo, properly provon, on pr ing landowners to clear tho rubbish Is brains and leadership. A concorted ches of army sorvlsco, of muii 'from boforo September 30, 1918, or tl.4" from tho public highway nlong.ilrh movement should bo mado throughwill bo forovor barred. This August out tho country to btrongthon 15 to 55 years of ago. their land has rosulted In many Intellectually. Never boforo was 21, 1918. to comply with tho requirement i ' CAP DAVIS, Tho Man Power bill, inuklng tho of tho law. A numbor of furmnrs thero such need of man of high charJUDGE M. L. HEAVR1N draft ago from IS to 45, pawed the Adinr. Eitato of James Eldon Miller, have already cleurod ths road uloug acter, Independence, ability and The North American ReDeceased. 9t3n thttlr farms, and have reported tho Republican Candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals. aenatc Tuosduy by unanimous vote. to tho county officials. Thosa view, commontlng on the World's result would bo done. men to congress. to statement, calls It "Confession; who havo already Riven tho matter Truth." Tho Democratic Imattention aro bo pleased with the gives their party Is making n desporato effort to proved tippenrnnco It retain Its majority by tho reelection farms that they hcariuy con.mu.u of this largo body of Inefficient legistho law. lators, and crying that a defeat would our contem- - bo taken as an evidence- thnt tho Wo want to fellcltnto tllO country was opposed to wnr. Hnrrlng nnrnrv Illinn ItS Prognosticating Is bat- - n few Isolated Individuals, there osact spot on which tho dcclMvo world-wa- r will ho no disloyalty In this country. Tho tho great W ar Jwoht .nR0 Republican ltays. ..Somctlino pivot- - Now." Tho slogan is "Win ThoHas a Republican party tho assertion that history of fifty years of "Doing ni rontor of battlo would yet w in of tho near tho Swiss Things" behind It. Tho result tho Lorraine sector, election will In no way affect tho h6rder. Wo stilt contend that tno fnrinnps of war. except as abler men dcclslvo battlo must, and will bo nra omit in mncress to direct tho fought out here." Wo know It would wlnnlne of it. The patriotic duty of ho fought out somwehcre, but we It the voters Is to send tho most efficient could never figure out Just where T- - WHJI M mW HWH MTHJJHUMJJI.MUIJIUIM W-JMW- - j. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) a If I . wore ,.. widower, as County , .. . .. iuwiwhk tgniu urowtiur, 11 nuuio intu 1..l.l.. young widow with n hundred or so, of gently sloping acres didn't harvest n dnndy crop, It wouldn't bo duo to lack of my attention nnd Interest. . ..I-- Wei worth 'A $2.00 Blouse Special. The companion Blouse of Witrthmor with equally matchless values. If you notice splotches on your paper this week, It's duo to tho great copious tears shed by John Henry over tho loss of that 4.1,000 barrels ,.f I l.n,i-,- liv flro ilnvvn nt tho Yellow itn,1Ks 'tother day. to wc- to?TdiST.8.rThrordbllcBn. .,- fare-u-we- ll f's ' ; j r Carson (&L Co. s.u: er rs -- 00 j x& JZr :i :m iHiHB' immam JtfanfiH&r $m: ' -:-- "t; av v ysEBRRgss&i&MBk -- con-gro- w wMimMtiKwti inrnfn ii - - --j -- f ' Happy School Days. Preparation of mind for future usefulness is quite necessary, but preparation of body is equally necessary. We want to invite the mothers of Ohio county to our store for school attire for their children. In order to prcparo your meals Miss Ilcsslo Morris Is spending two wcoks with hor sister, Mrs. Efflo Han- without suffering from heat buy ono cock, nt Hartford, Indlnnn. of thoso good oil stoves from ACTON lUlOS. 7t2 Mrs. Rnmcy Duke, who has been visiting relatives at Select for soma Edgar Fltzhugh, n soldlor boy In time, returned homo Monday. ono of the southern camps, is nt his home, nt Sulphur Springs, on a thirAttorney C. E. ty days furlough. Oommonweatli3 Smith was in Ccntrnl City Tuesday attending to soino legal business. Hcacham W. Wllloughby's nnmo appeared In thoHlst of thoso killed in Miss Sarah Kcawn, who hnd been action, given out yestordny. His visiting In Owensboro, returned to homo Is nt Horso Branch. her homo nt Kordsvlllo, Monday. Ilex Reynolds, of Rochester, and Superintendent B. S. Hownrd, wife May Lee, of Prentiss, (col) woro nnd llttlo girl, spent from Saturday married at the court house by Judgo until Moudny with friends at Dundee. Cook yesterday afternoon. Mr. Hen Taylor, tho barber, left Rev. J. W. Grecp and fnmlly, of Mondoy for n two weeks vacation nt Horse Iiranch, havo moved to Owenshis former homo nt Blrdseye, Indiana. boro. Itev. drcpp Is tho father of tho local editor of tho Hartford of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Owensboro, who havo been visiting Bud Austin, Robert Jnckson, W. A. relatives here, left for homo Caseblcr, Leslio Shults nnd Joo Barncg, of Heaver Dam, havo gono Mrf Charllo King, wife and baby, to Stithton to work on tho visiting Mr. of Canton, 111., are King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John King. Mr. Robert Sidney Walker, who has been employed on government Mr. Worth Hell nnd family, of work In Alabama, arrived homo yeswcro guests of tho family of terday morning, and will enter school Shcrirf S. A. Bratchcr Saturday Monday. night. Mr. Esley Kirk, superintendent of Mrs. Ernest Pegram and children, tho Ames Factory, In Owensboro.was of Atltnta, Ga., were guests of Mrs. tho guest of his nephew, County AtE. M. Morton, , at Ccntcrtown, last torney A. D. Kirk, nt tho Commercial , week. Hotel Monday. In Alabama i pro wine imfmaj Take Some Records Home to the Kiddies you want to bring joy, and unadulterated, into your children's hearts? Stop in some night and buy a few of these new Columbia Records the youngsters go wild over. Bedtime stories and quaint folk songs for the tots; new dances and popular song-hi- ts for the older ones. We nave all the latest and best. if-- I ? DO Buster Brown Shoes. None better for school. Made on form last. Wear well and will not feet. Buy one pair of Buster Brown future shoe trouble will be settled. my Shoes in stock. wide foot pinch the Shoes and Junior Ar- Fit H I Black Cat Hosiery. Mothers that know will buy no other for school vear. Wear better, fast in color, excellent in quality, low in price. One pair will convince you. ' Try them. Ready-to-Wear 4 Columbia Grafonolas tfflSiaN. and Records war-song- Gingham Dresses. Cut out the worry of making dresses. The time was when you couldn't. The time is when you can. "The Mary Newton" Gingham Dresses are in our store. The term "Mary Newton" is synon-omu- s to style, workmanship and quality. ' . fit "' ;? m Mr. Glenn Tlnsley, who has been Mr. Pcrd Casebier, wifo and chilif I !it i for several months, is dren, Messrs. Walter MIschko and home, and will enter school hero Iva Nail, woro guests of tho family in wearing at The boy must not be behind sister Monday. of Mr. T. H. Hell, near Pleasant apparel. We are prepared to give him a new Ridge, from Friday until Sundny. 'Hilt p 8 suit, coat, trousers, etc. The style and quality If you want to sell your farm adTho Red Cross ladles are Sowing, vertise It in this paper. Almost every are the best the market affords. Mothers, reday wo havo inquiries for farm land at the rooms, Tuesdays and Thursmember that in war times economy is necessary, days, and will appreciate help. They for sale. (Incorporated) arc making an effort to completo one and trading at our store means economy. Call hundred bed shirts by September! 5. Help tho girls do their "bit" by HARTFORD, KY. and see us and remember that.it pays to trade, "coming across" with your "two with a house that saves you money. Mrs. Alton Haynes and children, bits" at tho Heaver Dam opera House i of Owensboro, who havo been tho guests of Mrs. Haynes, and Miss The Ohio County Sunday School Beatrice, for several days, returned Miss Ura McKlnney, who has been so let me know whether or not you Convention will meet at Heaver Dam to their homo at Owensboro attending a business college at have received them. Have you reFriday afternoon and evening, of Bowling Green, was brought homo ceived my insurance policy? If not next week. Monday, suffering with typhoid fover. havo Papa, to find out about it, IE Mr. I. S. Mason, of Beaver Dam, ho has to write to the War DepartC. E. Division Superintendent for ono of Commonwealths Attorney FOR SALE High bred pacing ment. I don't aim to pay for someSmith will go to Owensboro Monday tho (largo Insurance Companies, has stallion. Paces a mile in 2 minutes thing I don't get, although I think I to engage in a two weeks term of tho ueen at home on a ton days vaca and 12 seconds. Expect to sell at a havo a Dutchman to my credit that Daviess circuit court. tion, and spent some time with friends sacrifice. Address I might not havo to settle for. Hal here? Ha! DR. L. B. BEAN, ECU I took off my shoes today for tho Mr. Job Wilson and son, Herbert, 8t2 Hartford, Ky. Mrs. E. T. Pato died at tho home first time in three weeks. What do of Horse Branch, spent Saturday of- - - her daughter, near ryo tho think that? The Hartford Republican forW. E. Ellis & Bro., havo seed Ct4 night with West family of .Mr. W. A. August 22. She had been 111Narrows, Mr. R. K. Bean and family, of you refused ofCorporal's place at several I Morris, of Hartford. sale Point Woodburn, Ky., visited relatives at weeks. Mrs. Pato was G2 years old Levay again. Did not want more Dundee, Narrows and Hartford, from AUGUST :to lytlDAV Deed and mortgago blanks for sale We would like to publish a list of and leaves a husband and four Sunday until Tuesday. Mr. Bean 13 than when In tho States. at this office. Will closo with lots of love. Ohio county citizens over S5 years children. a former Ohio cdunty man but is now Your son, old, with tho age of each. Will the M., H. & E. It. R. TIME TABLE. In tho drug business at Woodburn. Preserve your buggies and autos. They made tho trip In a car. ROBERT. Get your bale-tie- s from W. E. public obligingly furnish us this list? louth Bound, No. 115 We have now a fine line of Chamois Ct 1 ,.9:06 a. m. ELLIS & BRO. Due at Hartford Wo were overset last week and for finishing up washing your veFARM LAND FOR SALE. During an electrical storm Tues Worth Bound, No. 114 Mr. W. G. Swlhart, of Sunnydale, had to leave out a number of articles. hicles. p. m. 6.46 day, lightning struck a flue of The Dae at Hartford OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. , If you were looking for something called on us Tuesday. a Republican olfico and loosened (Both "Mixed" Tralm.) About six hundred acres (Incorporated) that did not appear, that accounts for St2 quantity of plastering. The editor, Circuit court will begin hero tho it. of No. 1 farming land, known who was writing on a typewriter at Miss Beatrice Haynes, book-keepthird Monday in September. tlmo received a slight shock, as the J. F. Collins farm on A. C. A. here, has been pro- the Arllo and Linden, children of Mr. for the more sensibly in the left hand and Personal News Mr. Sam Davison, of ninrrctts J. H. Thomus, left Wednesday for moted, with a substantial Increase of arm. His desk was against the wall, the Hartford and Beaver Book-keepfor near Ferry, called on us while in town Louisville, where they wlllenter salary, to Division the flue, and the shock probably Dam pike. About 165 acres school. Mrs. Thomas will join them that company, at Owensboro. She came by way of the typewriter. Monday. and Social Euenis. in cultivation and balance will assume her new duties October today. 1st. Most of tho teachers In tho A patriotic meeting will ho held cut over land, well drained. Tho local draft board sent James havo consented to teach at the Methodist church here Sun Will be sold in tracts to suit Prof. J. T. Hoaglan has resign day. These meetings are interesting, C. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, to Sack- schools. ett Harbor, New York, Wednesday, ed his position in the Hartford High Instructive and are useful in educat purchaser. For further inDry Batteries can be had at accept a similar po7t2. BROS. Mr. Earl Hnycraft, of Owensboro, where ho will do special service as School, and will ing the people in the matter of their formation and terms, see M. sition at Boonevllle, Ind. Mr. John spent a few days with Mr. W. P. Mor- draughtsman. to the nation In its hour of H., Taffy, will fill tho va- duties Hamilton, of or W. H. COLLINS,Hart- Mr. Clove Her is in Tennessee on ris, last week. trouble. 'Rev. Litchfield deserves cancy caused by Prof. Hoagland's 6-- tf a buslnes strip. Wo want our country friends to much credit for instituting these ford, Ky. resignation. meetings, of which this one will be Mr. Jeff Aldridgo.of White Plains, visit us when they come to town. IN MEMORIAM. Mr. John Ad. Howard, of Rockport, has bought Mr. J. B. Yclsor's farm, Come In, make yourself at homo, and the sixth in the series, as well as for Mr. William Sproule, who h,as been his generous contributions of tlmp is in town every day. tell us the news of your community. near Sunnydale. Frledland Lodge No. 863, F. & We shall appreciate both the visit employed at Nashville, Tenn., on the and energy spent out In the counconstruction of tho government pow- ty in similar work. A. M., Horse Branch, Ky. Tho Fiscal Court will meet In If you are in need of a good rango and the news. der plant, was called to his home Aug. 26, 1918. In memory of special session here We(lnesday- or cook Stove at a money saving go Bro. W. B. Wljloughby, who gavo Miss Nora L. Wedding, of San An at Dundee, last week, on account of MRS. I. S. MASON 7t2. ' Tho fall term of Hnrftord High to ACTON BROS. tonio, Texas, was married August 23, sickness of his little daughter who HEARS FROM: SON his life on the battlefield somewhere has typhoid fever. In France on Aug. 1st, 1918, Bo School'wlll open Monday. Mr. Nnthan Bennett, of Cham- nt Little Rock, Arkansas, to Llout. It resolved, that this lodge has lost "Somewhere" in Franco. paign, 111., is visiting relatives In the Ben L. Hill, of Montgomery, Alabama. After spending three weoks with Mrs. E. W. Ford and children are county this week. I suppose you have an efficient member and a Chrls- Mrs. Hill Is now the guest of her Dear Mother: Mr. Render's parents and other rel- been worrying about me for qulto a Itian gentleman; ono who was always visiting in Owensboro this week. S. J. Wedding. mother, Mrs. atives hero, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne while, but this Is really tho first at Jiis post of duty as he was when Mr. I. S. Mason has sold his resiIs M. J. Reld, of Rockport, Republican is anxious to givo Render left for their homo at Wills chanco j havo lind t0 wrlt0 t0 you killed. Be It resolved that we exMrs. Tho dence property In Beaver Dam to visiting her sister, Mrs. R. II. teacher and patron everything of In- Point, Texas, Monday. They will since I left Point Levay. Ishall try tend to tho family our slncoro and Mr. Georgo Keown. terest about tho schools, ami wo will stop over for a fow days at Owens to tell you all I can bf what has hap heartfelt sypmpathy In this, their ResolvIf the teacher boro, on their way homo. pened since I left tho training regi- sad hour of bereavement. Attorney M. L. Hcavrln went to appreciate tho fnvor ed, that a copy of theso resolutions patron yes and the trustees Wo havo tho Owensboro Wagons, and ment. Contrni City yesterday to attend to Ellis Brown, an Ohio county solNeno better on tho market. ACTON will furnish us scraps of school news. I got transferred to Co. C, 7th be sent to tho family, one to the Malegal business. 7t2. some dier, stationed at Camp Sherman, Inft., 3rd Division, and went to the sonic Home Jpurnal and tho county TIROS. The regular monthly meeting of Ohio, has been transferred to New "front" with it. Believe mo, wo papers for publication, and a pago In Mr. Orvllle Russell nnd Miss 'Inez Miss Etta Holeman Is upending tho tho Ohio County Medical Society will York,- - and his wife, who has been had sonio tlmo fighting tho "Bocho." our record book bo set apart to his Gray stolo away Friday to Rockport, memory. week with relatives In Breckenrldgo bo held at Heaver Dam September with him at the camp, has returned to Wo made them take to tho rear Indiana, and got married. J. E. MILLER, county. G, 1:00 to 4:30. This Is tho closing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Cal- drove them about 10 miles. Wish I E. M. HOOVER, day of tho Stato meeting, and all loway, at Ccntcrtown. could tell you more about the drive, ' Mrs. J, E. Browning and Mrs. who wish to do so may attend. G. J. HOOVER, Mr. Dick Taylor has bought tho but guess this is about all that Is neCommittee. Taylor, In Beav- Sarah English, of Point Pleasant, Miss Mildred Elgin, Pianist, and cessary. E. W. FORD. Pres. homo of Mr. Hubert m visited this office yesterday. Miss Margaret Brown, Reader, will You remember how crazy I used er Dam. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Mnynio Shown lefv yestordny give a recital at tho Opera Houso to bo about what I ato when I was Miss Any and all persons having claims Messrs. L. C. and A. C. Acton, for Dixon, tho capital of Webster In Beaver Dam nt S:30. at homo. I wonder what you would Tho sheriff repojts tax collections unusually good for this early In tho Glonn Barnes and Glenn Tlnsloy, county, whoro she will tench in the Admission 25 cents. Tho net pro havo thought could you have seen against the estate of E. S. Barnes, deceased, are hereby notified to prewont to Owensboro 'yesterday. tax year. Dixon High School. Miss Shown Is ceeds of the entertainment will bo mo eating raw bacon and hardtack sent same to mo at my hoiuo, near ono of Ohio county's most efficient donated to tho Local Chapter of tho when It was the first eats I hnd soen Centertown, Ky., or to Barnen & E. Red Cross. Mrs. J, C. Borry, who has been vis- teachers, and tho Dixon school Is In three days and nights. Messrs. O. U. Tlnsley and J. Well wo are back off tho lino now, Smith, attorneys, at their olllco in in securing her services. Lowo left Monday for points In Mis- iting in Hartford for some tlmo, reHartford, Ky, proporly proven, on Anticipating tho action of Con- resting and I believe we need it.' sissippi, where they go to prospect turned to hor homo at Owonsboro, Monday. ever moved or before tho 16th day of Septem Has Ed's regiment Frederlcn streot looks llko a first gress in passing. tho now draft bill for locations. Tho collection of any I hnve not heard ber, 1918, class road engineer had gone over the government has already sent tho from Ft. Clark? Don't forgot tho recital at tho It with a crew of truined street build- cards for registering tho men Includ- from him since I havo been in France. claims not filed by said dnto will For most any thing you may deslro How are those two sisters of mine? thereby bo barreiL ers. Tho work was dono by volun- ed, to tho local draft board. It Is esin China ware, Queen's ware, tablo Beaver Dam Onora House This August 20, 1918. cutlery and everything of that charm-t- Como, spend a pleasant evening nnd teers who Uvo on that thoroughfare, timated that 3,000 Ohio countians Why do they not write onco In a St I J. R. Addlngton, pricoa, go to at the same tlmo help a patriotic nnd a good job It was they in a do of will bo required to register under while? or, nt rookbottom Admr, E. S. Barnes, deceased. ' JVCTON BROS. 9t3. ca"uso. My Liberty Bonds are paid for now, tho now law. It. Boys' School Suits. y'lSTTTfl h Ohio County Mother, too, would enjoy some good new music perhaps one of the great s, or a bit of the opera, or a fine orchestra And how about you? Drop in and let us play these records that we ve just received, on the Columbia Grafonola. Then you can decide what kind of a treat you win taKe to tne ioiks at home. Drug Co; Mz&Ga er er fur-tuna- to Pfw,(rtfwpip'fe. nwJt'n; jEjjJM PBKfnar'-Trfrvwi- cn r HW CARED LITTLE FOR POLITICS' BQY HAD How SPIRIT OF HIS RACE GIVEN HONOR NOT DESERVED i 1 ' 5: 1 1 ' Error of Learned Men Responsible foi you havo seen them nil," does not ROCKPORT. CIRCUIT COURT. America Being Named After apply to tho porformnnco prcsonted Amerigo Vespucci. Cli'm'n. Board James Wilson. Allay Panic Judge R. W. Slack, Oweniiboro. by tho Sparks Circus this season. Clerk Rushing Hunt. A fealuro thnt Is entirely new In Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart"President Clevelnnd loveil the Inw Tho story of how the new world reIn tho report of the torpedoing of Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. better flinn ho did politics," romnrked the Anchor liner Cameronla with ceived the name of America Is n strllo this country nnd thnt stands out na a ford. Marshnl Will Lnngford. O. Urown, n former resident of BufIt. tumps In the Mediterranean last Hum- lug example of whnt publicity will ac- distinct novelty, Is tho wonderful por Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. falo, to n reporter of the AVnxlilnRton BEAVER DAM. complish. Amerigo Vespucci, n hlghlj formnnco of Henri Mordctto, "tho mer, mention was made of the splenMaster Commissioner Otto C. MarPost. "Ilnd lie considered Id own ile did conduct of the captain's boy, Maek- educated Florentine, wns head of a man who walks, upon his head." Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKonnoy. slfes lie would never lmve left bin prac- lnnon. This youngster was on the biflness houe In Seville? Spain, probtin, Hartford. This wonderful exhibition of skill Clerk R. W. King. tice for political olllce. I doubt If even bridge with the captain when the ship ably ns ngent for the great trading and daring consists in bounding up Trusteo Jury Kiind Cal P. Koown, Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. the prospect of becoming president was struck, nnd he did much to ulliiy firm of the MedlrK and helped to fit down Rtnlrwnys balanced upon Mars'hal R. F. Stevens. Hartford. would linve Induced litm to enter poll-tic- the excitement by shouting through out one of the expeditions with which and ibis head, with no support othor than 1st Monday In March FORDSVILLE. i 2 days the megaphone to the troops, "keep Columbus sailed. When the hitter's "It wns my privilege to know Mr. jour heads, men. Dlnnn get excited. monopoly wns revoked, Vespucci un- tho contact of his head with tho Coni'th. and Civil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. steps. Tho flno hnlanco that must ho Clevelnnd when he wns practicing his It's n' rlcht. Nne hurry," anil so on. dertook several voyages of exploration Clork Olla Cobb. profession before he entered politics. The sight of tho small boy with a on his own account, during which ho maintained to accomplish this feat 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesfllngor. ITe wns not what might, tic termed n uiegaplionc ns big as claimed hi many letters to have been can only ho appreciated after soolag 1st Monday In July 12 days himself advising Marshal Grant Pollard. success ns n lawyer. lie lmd the soldiers to keep cool made ninny tho first to reach the malnlnnd of the this wonderful act accomplished. glltterjng Coni'th. and Civil. no business Instinct so fnr ns the law laugh and quieted many nerves. The new continent, giving tho date as June, This novelty will positively bo scon 3d Monday lu September 12 days was concerned, but ho delighted In boy did many other things, and at the 30, at each performance of tho Sparks Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALEXDAR. Intricate legal problems, nnd much pre- end the captain found lie hail disOn April 2.", 1.107, the learned heads Circus hero Tuesday Sept. 3. Mllo ferred to take n cae that Involved ap- obeyed orders and was still on the of the University of St. Hie, lu Lor- long County Board of Education. street parado at 10 A. M. After- 4th Monday In November 12 days parently hopeless questions. It could bridge when everyone raine, elo had left the entitleddecided, Incorrectly, that be wns noon performanco at 2, night porConi'th. nnd Civil. not be snld lie was n good pleader, and ship. When the captnln told him to to tho honor of discovery, Co E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. while the average person was not at' "clear out," he said, "I'll no go till you lumbus having only reached the formnnco at S. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUNTY COURT. v tracted by his addresses In court, go, sir." The captain then caught him Islands of the West Indies, nnd that ford, Ky. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Moots first Monday lu each month. Judges on the bench lmd the greatest by the coat and slung lilm W. Duff, Fordsvlllo,. overboard the western hemisphere should bear Dlv. No. Ohio Circuit Court. respect for them, because they were his name. The name America us, Judge Mack Cook. Into the destroyer before Jumping himKy. " profound nnd logical. James Growbarger, ct al. self. An eyewitness on the destroyer therefore, first used In the hook Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. "When he wns not engaged In law, described seeing Vs. Notlco of salo Introductlo," by Martin the captnln and the Ky. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. Cleveland delighted In utter abandonboy on the bridge of the sinking ship. Wnldseemuller, professor of cosmog- Uosslo Growbarger, &c. ment of nil things that required Dlv. No 1 Robert doff, Roslno,. ShcrllT S. A. Brntchor. By virtue of a Judgment and order I hear now that Maeklnnon went raphy at the university. thought; nbovo everything else he Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. It has since been shown that Ves- of sale, of tho Ohio Circuit Court in loved to fish. I recnll that when some down In the Tuscania. I'robably he pucci wns preceded by both Columbus Dlv. No.. C Otis H. Stevens, BeavJailer Worth Tlcheaor. of his Democratic friends wanted him behaved tlivre as he did on the Cam- nnd John Cnhot, but It wns too late, tho abovo styled action, entored at er Dam, Ky. Tnv Commissioner D. E. Ward. to become n candidate for mayor ho eronla, nnd the death he Just missed the new world had been christened Its July, 19 IS, term for tho purposo Dlv. No. C Nat Dudley, Center-tow- n, C. S. Moxley. Surveyor said: 'I don't wnnt nny more of poli- In the Mediterranean came to him off America nnd the fact advertised In of distribution of tho proceeds of Ky. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. the Scottish coast. In the list of heroes this salo, after the payment of tho tics. I wnnt to stay right here In Erie of our mercantile murine there ought print. The house where the meeting costs of this action and the costs of Time of Meeting 1st Monday ia county, where I can go fishing was held at which the classical error FISCAL COURT. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st I do not care If I never get to be a place for this gallant wee was made was still standing at St. Die this sale, I will offer for salo at pub- (ilasgow lad. London Correspondence Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny in Auoutside the borders of Erie.' " at the outbrenk of the war, and was lie outcry to tho highest and best bidof tho Manchester Guardian. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st annually visited by many tourists from der at the court house door in Hart- In January, April and October. Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday in December. both North nnd South America. PLANES IDENTIFIED BY TUNE Ky., on Monday, September 2, ist District ford, ONLY MALTE MATTERS WORSE Routo 3. E. S. County Bonrd of Examiners 1D1S, at about 1 o'clock p. 111., on a Sam L. Slovens, Beav Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Discovery Made by American Proves POI HAWAIIAN NATIONAL" DISH credit of six and twelve mouths, tho 2nd District Small Girl's Efforts to "Fudge" on Un- er Dam. Duff. .,, txiremeiy vaiuame to uritisn following described property: fortunate Remark Could Not Be . Aviation Service. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 nnd 2G Common School Is Being Introduced Into the United A certain tract of land in Ohio Called Successful. States and Is Said to Be Meetcounty, Kentucky, near Mcllenry, and tth District O. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. Air raids on London are no longer ing With Favor. May 10 nnd 11 Common School bounded as follows: A number of women were discussing stuff for heartening the the sure-fir- e Daugherty.Balzo-town- . Diploma Examination. Beginning on tho south-weLiberty bonds one afternoon In a neighsldo nth District W. C. German people that they once were. ITawnll Is making a conMay 17 and IS County Teachers' Lately the raiders usually find that bor's house. Almost unnoticed a little tribution In the shape of poi, its na- of the I. C. It. II., on tho south sldo (ith W. S. Dean, Dundee District Examination (white). they can raid up to tho English coast neighbor girl had entered. At this tional dlh made from the bulb of the of tho Mcllenry and Ceralvo public B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. May and 2" County Teachers' and then have to raid right back home point In the UscussIon she exclaimed : taro plant. Until 20 years ago poi was road, running west with Mcllenry 7th District 1). "Well, my aunt says she might just inside under primitive conditions, the C. Rhoadca, Hart- Examination (colored). again. A young American Is given and Ceralvo road 209 feet; tlicnco Htli District ford, Routo C. Juno 22 nnd 23 County and State credit for the success of the British In as well buy a Liberty bond as to be bulbs being peeled, boiled nnd pound- south 20D feet; thence cast 209 feet surrounding their capital with a shrap- taxed 1" ed In a wooden. trencher until a d Teachers' Examination (whlto). to tho I. C. II. It. Co's. lino; thonco HARTFORD. Her remark caused a good bit of paste was formed. But today nel hnrrago whenever the German flyJuno 2S nnd 2U County nnd State comment. Ono guest, who lias a son .lii modern sanitary machinery is used to north wltli tho I. C. II. It. Co's. lino ers approach. Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). the service, became very Indignant, manufacture the product, under su- 209 feet' to the beginning. A Brooklyn youth who had enlisted Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 and 21 County nnd Stato Purchaser will bo required to expervision of health authorities In the In the British aviation service was as- and exclaimed: Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (whlto). "The ideal Buying a bond to es- Island, nnd five factories at nilo now ecute bond with approved security signed to test out an airplane detector Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 27 and 2S County nnd State wliich was expected to discover the ap- cape taxation I That's patriotism for turn out several tons dally. Immediately after sale, with a Hen This new form of poi Is being sent retained 011 said property as addiproach of airplanes before they could you! That makes me tired anybody be heard, so to speak, with the naked as able as she Is to buy bouds, or any- to the United States, renchlng mar- tional security, bearing interest at C eye. No one espected that the device thing." kets as far away as New York city, per cent per annum from date. We Knock the Spots Out of Things WILL YOU With that last remark the speaker and a demand which began with would make It possible to tell whether Given under my hand this August TAKE "lew" out of the house. who had come to the United the approaching plane were German The little girl, beholding the strife States Is generally being extended to 22nd, 191S. or British. OTTO C. MARTIN, Ills musical studies had trained the and bad feeling she had stirred up. Americans who have learned to like Master Commissioner. American's hearing to a high degree, tried to "fudge" on her remark, ex the disii. plaining that it wasn't her aunt who Pol is frequently used In nnwatlan Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. French Dry Cleaned and Preite4 Is however. He listened through tho A Treslmenl SuporUr Manner. for several dayjj while only mnde the remark, but some other wom- hospitals in the diet of patients whoso for WEAK an. The neighbor women held her to stomachs are too weak to digest other British planes flew within Its rang?. n Sand us your Garment and Kn? Then lie heard a different note. A Ger- her first remark, and were making It food, nnd the war Interest in subtl-- t LUNGS or Them man raiding squadron was approach- - pretty "warm" for tluS little girl, when Into foods Is expected to lead to its vlder introduction elsewhere. CONSUMPTION she finally burst out with: """Well, you don't know how much It CLEANED CUiAN '' J.lio American had discovered that No Lazy Man's Place He costs my aunt to live ; and how much British planes hum In Packagci called for and uellrortt. A quick rcliel (or tint Ilifd. rundown lectins, If you saw "The Bird of Paradise" found that the German raiders are Its costs her to take that trip to Nical. hrroor couchi, paint in chct. nlshl agara Falls!" nnd then listened to some folk talk Now the British aviatuned In THE ELTE PRESSING CLUfl ; thicri, weakIIlunst or cpnmmpllon. It II doe The laugh with which the women you may be under the Impression do) help you tion service keeps men about the capicol you ootbioC. $ tal with their ears close to detectors, greeted this innocent remark was suf- Hawaii is a land where Americans go A. Iv Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL GO. LuE!e and whenever airplanes are heard ficient to send the loyal and Innocent and Just naturally forget how to work, HAHTFOBD. KENTDCKX. vibrating In a barrage Is Imme- girl running from the room. Truly, her lie down beneath n shady, spready tree "lines had not fallen in pleasant and listen to the thrum of the Hawaiian diately ordered. guitars until they're lulled Into a sleep places" that afternoon. GOOD Ei LEXIHGTOH, KY., BUSINESS frpm which they seldom are aroused, Took the Biscuit. "That stuff," said S. S. Paxson of Luxury Market Hard Hit Mrs. F. M. Jones, of The Mudcumbo Prevaricating and "Is nil right, but It's for story Short Hand, Type Writing and Teleoraphr Debating society was In session, nnd Palmer, Okla., writes: "Don't try to sell luxuries In New Secured or Your Money Back Butlneu. TM oM an-- injtwntitxt all was proceeding peacefully "and har- Zealand." This Is the advice United books and1.1comic operas. I went to "From the time 1 enCollect ma tin much for If youCe tho DrnUKhon Tralnlni;, too yenrs ago from Philadely you itt least coat find In war I man .States Consul General Winslow gives Honolulu moniously, till the trainl womanhood that Imsinwt men inilonu. Yon tered into octirloii a hQh lafenAf phia, became president of the Rotary cantata It Eft cWfc0 or ln mail. Wrlto spoke. 1 looked with dread American merchants ia a commerce club, n member of the legislature and DIUI'UIIO.VS I'JUCTIC.U. IIUMXKvk COLLEUl HpcUl lmm for "Some people," he said, "consider report. Kiiiplormmf. 1'adocah. kr from one month to the Thousand heud of the largest automobile conof furrmfct tho rat hasn't got much sense; but srfeluatra. JWInnTllm No. New Zealand Is not pinched cern In next. I suffered with my Honolulu. 'When I came back PHPARTMnNT roil JIIi:H,untrrthAnrr. they're wrong. For Instance, once I for money. Its wallet Is well filled. tUloo of a l'tjr l'rlnclpa!. 1 U Jllt attend Id c thl back and bearing-dow- n saw a mother place her year-olbabe "There Is no particular necessity for to the United States I don't find any BvmIoii, Co4Bin!L4 home. rurirtlouIan,a4Jrr pain, until life to me was LEXINGTON, KY WILBUR R. SMITH In front of the cottage to sun himself, retrenchment," as the consul puts It, of my old companions are staying up a misery. 1 would think and, to keep his spirits up, she gave but the public Is opposed to the pur- any later at night than I do or travel EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE 1 could not endure the the little chnp a big feeding bottle of chase of luxuries, especially luxuries faster than I do. Don't let any ono And Fitting of Glasses pain any longer, and I inilk, Aljvatchc I saw a rat creep that have to be imported, thereby us- put that idea into your head. Hawaii Is THE up to the child, and my heart, was In ing Jonnnge needed to head off the gradually got worse. . . !? 0WENSB0R0. KY- not a lazy man's country, by any SEWINQ my mouth. I feared fof the baby. But, Nothing seemed to help WjyS3!SiSV2W3.r v.. means." bless you, the rat was only after the MA CHUNK. me until, one day, . . . ' Trinidad, too, nnd the whole of tho --ran. milk! He just slipped The teat out British West Indies, Is abstaining from 1 decided to OF Would Save Sea Loss. of the child's mouth and Into his own, use of Imported goods. This has caused QUALITY." LIV-VER-LAX New York steamship underwriters and then thoughtfully put the end of the population to change Its whole his tall Into the child's mouth by way menu, for many foodstuffs were for- and government officials have authorized official tests of u new Invention of a comforter!" merly Imported. Now the people eat which, It Is claimed by Its designers, NOT With a great sigh the president home-growplants that only the ani- will save property valued at thousands SOLD handed him the biscuit. London mals ate before. They like the new of dollars In tho event of the sinking U N,D E R diet so well they say they will never of vessels. It Is cnlled a pneumatic ANY again Import nay staple food except safe nnd Is said to float on the water, OTHER "Gun Without a Peer." cornmeal. NAME. though of steel construction. It Is ns "What tho Scientific American calls Impervious to fire nnd theft as other gun without n peer" Is the new "a Little Profit In Salt. safes. The device Is said to weigh WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. f20 millimeter mobile howitzer built three' tons. As evidence of his faith A recent Investigation by the buby the Creusot works for the French If you jiurclmso tho N i:V JIOMK you wilf. famIn the success of tho Invention the man Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay oil havo n tiro riMtct at tho price you jiay, nud wlU army. It is mounted on a rallrond reau of mines proves that a salt Is unlikely, ho constructed It will lock himself from work for days by tnkinj; calomo not luivo nil cndlctiM clmlu of repairs. carriage and fires a shell 20.47 Inches ine in the United States Monthly. At ' !' I took four bottles," keeps yov when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x says the Popular Science Inside when the safe Is lowered overin diameter. It Is a fort wrecker, and on your feet, while rclievingyour troiri Mrs. Jones goes on to the same time It was established that board. In case the Invention bears out one shell from It is said to have suf- owing Quality Ic. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don't to the low price of salt and the what Is claimed for It it will be adoptsay, "and was not only ficed to reduce Fort Malinalson, on tako anything1 else. You can't alTorc I 1 fi j" abundance of Its supply there Is but ed for use on American oceangoing ves"& Considered relieved, but can greatly f which the Germans had spent so much it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eya-tcalIn the sels. truthfully say that I have and relieves constipation. A nattime and labor, to a pile of dust and little profit Amerlcatt-sal-salt Industry, it a the though the works lmve t ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure not a pain. . . debris. supplied In recent years practically Cheapest in its effect und certain in results. It Britain's "Baby Army." " It has now been two will all thu salt consumed la the United won't bo lone before Liv- - Ver-La- x When tho British troops reached years since I tookCardul, Encore. in the end completely oisplaco calomel in evcri States. What a pity for the prof- Italy they were nicknamed "The Baby I am still in good and Hotel Proprietor Did you enjoy the iteerssalt Is not used In munitions ! homc.i Children can tako it freely anl Army." The. Italians were so surprised In Thin,. -adhealth. . . I would cornet playing In the next room to with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaraat tho smart appearance of the newanteed. DOc and $1 in bottles. Noix yours last night? vise any woman or girl If you wunt a Rowlnc machine, vrrlto fori How He Knew. comers differing so materially as It penuino without tho likeness and signi our luteal catalogue before you Guest (savagely) Enjoy It 1 should to use Cardui who is a iiureUuno. did from the picture presented by tho Officer (examining German prisonturo oX.UK. Grfcsby. For eulo by say not. I spent half the night poundsufferer from any female The New Home Sewina Mactilns Co., Orange, Massi er) So you knew there were Ameri- home troops whom they passed that, ing on the wall to make the idiot stop. t. H. WILLIAMS. - lUrtior Kt trouble." Proprietor Why, Jones told me this cans la the trenches opposite you, did lu the belief that they had come Ifyousufferpaincaused you como to find out? straight from England, they were morning you applauded every ono of you? How did from womanly trouble, or called "Tho Baby Army," as a matter G. P. Dot voss eesy, Herr Oberstl 7MaK """v" t"TrfTrirt,iiTirttTiiig his pieces and he was going to send if you feci the need of a It voss all quiet dere for a long times, of fuct the British soldiers were warta for some more music right away so worn veterans from tho Vpres salient. ir&i iiml danu, von inorgen, ve heard good strengthening tonic that ho could play for you uguln. 1" Demi shaut aut, "You to build up yourrun-d- o wn Marksmanship and Muscles. vo knew dere voss Americans dere. system, take the advice Cockney Repartee. MurkKiiiuuslilp wltli tho title is not Stars and Stripes. of Mrs. Jones. Try CarRoiao of the senior boys from n ho much it mutter of keenness of fdfdit WlV t N w 34 Jk m dui. It helped her. We "Jfl ft 'J Id g(fl Vauxhall school's literary class were us of inubculiir Bteudluess. Arthur I. Simple Menu. believe it will help you. FOI PFIQrMAI tlvrii7iLir, taken to the old Vic to see 'The Mer. Succeed when everything else fails. "You don't appear to object to these Outes of Teachers college, New York, iiiolvcd In water for douches top In nervous prostration und female chant of Venice." describes in the Journal of Applied food restrictions." pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam. 'vcnkncKt tr.cy uio the suprrino Shylock, In the court scent?, When "I don't see any restrictions worth homo tests inmlu liy lilm All teraedy, m thousanJs havo testified. nation. Recommended by Lydla E. Mas urgently demanding his pound of mentioning," replied Mr. Cuinrox. "I which provo that the most accurate I'lnlthom Med. Co. for ten yean. J.C3 KB FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND Hush, a bright cockney hoy, lu eager huve been nmrki-meare those whoso inuseuhir A healins wonder for narnl catarrh, for yours wMilug I qould STOMACH YnOUDLE tonus, cried out to the judge. loro throat nnd oro oye. Economical. lt down In tht hekt restaurants and control is ko norfeet that Mlj,iit disit is tho medicine cvsr cold "Ill, you! Ask him for his met, order oornlirfwl and enhbugu and pota4I"i tractions, subjective anxiety and auto- imn. over n dtuggls'a counter. Lumbal card I toes right out loud." yjuj. Th.i'VtiJaTQii.iCun.Ma7. uuIr&.b' But'b'ustlon do not disturb It. a mm iiiniiJ . President Cleveland, However, Had Real Liking for the Law, and ! Loved to Flh. Boy, Maeklnnon, of the Cameronla Helped to the Captain's MAX WHO WALKS UPOX HIS 1IKAI). (The old Bnylng, "sco ono circus and I Till: DIRECTORY I 20. occn-slonall- y. n. st food-savin- g 2-- semi-liqui- ' 4 -- Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 OUR GERMINAL REMEDY rgaMg 1 giyy 'llillmv??? 'Khmk Life I I FOR ONE MONTH t. Was a Misery ... Hon-oliil- osmon tit-d- l rat-stor- d DR. J. H. THORPE .,. . TAKE USE NEW . n Tit-Bit- s. BARDUI The Woman's Tonic For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. HOME r i 1 ' som-pott- y &i&S k Every Wonum Wants rJ IH 2 Druggists fX- - r in wra-ki- Tit-Bit- s. Jf if Tarrri Department llfjRS KgRH KEEP HIM REASONABLY BUSY WHY WOMEN GET THEIR WAY Preacher Serving In Y. M. C. A. "Hut" Prominent Characteristic of the Sex, as Most Married Men Know, It In Training Camp Finds His Their Determination. Duties Many and Varied. Prefer! Ing LVo Must llcjouil Suspicion. I Jo ii- Ibnn proportionate measure of each subject Hummer Complaint. hmtngi" fi,nr to Mirlatlons, new combinations nre During tho hot wenther of tho constantly being presented. The AltdpfulRctncdyfcr summer months somo member of althings which go to make up the ii fjonslipnlionand Diarrhoea. most every family Is likely to bo t motive power of woman, on the other and Tcwrishncss mul troubled with an unnatural loosehnnd, nre more closely relntcd. WomE?"sV LOSS OF SLEEP ness of tho bowels, nnd it is of the en, therefore, concentrate more than rcsullin$lhercrrojnfaMy-- . greatest importanco that this be men, nlthough they do not seem to do so, the process being unconscious. Tac Simile Sijnaturcof treated promptly, which can only bo That explains why, if n woman wants done when tho medicine Is kept nt 'she n thing nnd a man doesn't want her to hand. Mrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsvllle, MS3 TircCCNWWCoMPAHV- hiio It, she always gets It. iCrecN. Y stntes, "I first used ChamWhen a mnn wants u thing ho plans NEWYuuvi. berlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea RemBRH to get It Just as much ns he can r!"oE? plnco tho crock containing edy as much at five years ago. At Fifth, through the ordinary processes of his mind and will. When n woman wnnts tho preserved eggs In a cool, dry thnt tlmo 1 had a scvero attack of n thing she mnkes no plan nt nil but Itlnce, well covored to prevent evapor- summer complaint nnd wns sufferS- i, she gets It much more often than the ation Waxed paper covered over and ing Intense pain. Ono dose relievExact Copy of Wrapper. tho top of tho crock will ed mo. Other members of my fam- LEARNING WHITE MAN'S WAYS man, because eer thing In her whole lied around THC CINTAUH COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY, makeup, conscious nnd unconscious, is ily havo slnco used It with like reanswer this purpose. working for It. m Eskimos Said to Be Making GratifyI, line .Method. sults." If jou want to sec conservation of ing Progress as a Result of Misnot be When water filnss can energy and the perfection of efficiency sionaries' Teachings. NOTlCn TO CKKDITOHS. tho following method may bo watch the working of that perfectly used in Its stead. Many consider this machine a woman On ITersclipl Island, where tho sun Ohio Circuit Court. method entirely satisfactory, though a thing from a man that she shines continuously for eight weeks In Instnnccs nro known In which eggs S. L. St. Clair, Admr., etc. .Mipimpr, the KsklnuK had n sun dance, wnnts. Life. vs. so preserved havo tasted slightly of not always clothed In the garments of Harbary Lunsford, etc. propriety, n writer in an exchange says. Telegraphy. time A All persons having claims against They had an Idea that when the sun Dissolve 2 or 3 pounds of unslack-e- d stride hns recently telegraphy. llmo In 5 gallons of water that has the estate of J. C. Lunsford, deceas- came hack Its movements were direct- been made-Ipreviously been boiled and allowed to ed, will lllo same with mo nt my of- ed by nn Invisible power, but they had An apparatus which In actual tests no tangible conception of n God. They has proved Its ability to transmit over cool, and allow tho mixture to stand fice In Hartford, Ky., on or before had no belief In a future life, either a single grounded wire 0,000 words n liquid tho 9th day of September, 191S, propuntil! tho llmo settles nnd tho of reward or punHhment. Today they minute hns been evolved. The real is clear. IMaco clean, fresh eggs In a erly proven nnd verified. are religions, truthful, kind to their significance of this escapes one until It clean earthenware Jug or l:cg and Given under my band this 7th day children and to the aged. They nro Is realized that 0,000 words set In pour the clear llmcwntcr into tho or August, 1918. ambitious to Irani; they nro practical, type will fill seven and n half standextremely Industrious, sanitary In ard magazine pages. Details of what e.ssel untlll tho eggs arc covered. At Ct3 OTTO C. MARTIN, achieveleast two Inches of tho solution Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit their habits, well clothed and well appears to be an housed. Insanity Is unknown, but tu- ment must be withheld for mllltnry nhould cover the top layer of eggs. Court. berculosis Is common. reasons. It Is n wnr Invention, and Sometimes a pound of salt Is used They whale summer nnd trap in for Its chief the liberation lime, but oxperlenco has with tho Ak An) ono Who Has Used It. winter. TheyJn clever In trading, hns hundreds of purpose operators for nre expert shown that In general tho llmo withThere aro families who always aim pond workers on land, water and Ice, of signal corps without disorganizing the out tho salt Is more satisfactory. to keep n bottle of Chamberlain's nnd take excellent rare of their house our much needed commercial lines. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho hold effects. Tools, If broken, nro No secret Is divulged, however, when Little Care llequlied To Sae Seed. houso for uso In case it is needed, neatly repaired. When on nerschel the apparatus Is described ns a printVery llttlo caro Is required to savo and find that it i snot only a good Island or at Fort McPherson, they eat ing telegraph system, depending upon with great rel- -' a unlversnlly used recording Instruseed for a homo supply of the crops Investment but saves them no end the white man's food pat Ish. In hummer they their fish and ment that has never beforo been d of which tho seeds aro eaten, since of suffering. As to Its reliability, blubber raw nnd In winter frozen. They with telegrnphy. Messages nre m advanced toward ma- ask anyono who has used It. the seed Is well like food cooked, but It Is n mntter of handled in any language or cipher with m turity when usable. Selection is ImIndifference to them. They will bar- equal facility nnd rapidity. Popular In tills group, howover, espec- METHODISTS WILL portant ter for the white mnn's food, ent a Mechanics Magazine. HOLD COXKKItKXCK ially to Insure healthy seed. Any surhearty meal of It, and then go out and plus dried seed of these plants may eat blubber nnd raw fish ns dessert. What Language Is This? Madlsonvlllo, Ky., Aug. 24. Tho The contents of n deer's stomach they bo used for food. . A representative of the compnny, seventy-thir- d session of tho Louls-vlll- o consider n great delicacy. Keiiturk Crop lMinintox. when Interviewed by tho Ynvapal, Kentucky's crop prospects at preAnnual Conferenco of tho Methstated that their entire development Sugar 12 to 15 Cents a Pound. sent may bo summarized as being a odist Hplscopal Church, South, will cnmpnlgn had nlready been lnld out, In these dnys of tribulation, when nnd thnt nrrnngements hnd been mndo wheat crop of approximately 12,129.-00- 0 meet In Madlsonvlllo, September 2G, bushels, oompared to 9,000,000 nnd tho sessions will bo held nt tho everything rises but father's wages, wo with expert drillers employed In the nil very consistently bemonn the high traducing fields of California to report bushels last year; corn, IOC, 774, 000 Cnrrick Theater, on Union street. cost of Hvhi". Rut this, observes Popcompared to 122.S50.000 Ulshop Collins Dunny, of Rich- ular Science Monthly, Is not the first at the property Februnry 15, prepared bushels, to keep the boom bobbing foe 24 hours oats, 8.029.000 mond, Vn., wjll presido at this ses ntul only 1917; In bushels time that prices have been soon ns the rig which Is now buBhels, compared to S.0G0.000 bush- sion. G. P. Dillon will bo the host of high. During the Civil war wages ran dally, as being unloaded can bo set up. year; ryo, 419,000 bushels, tho conferenco. els last from 1.12 a day for inborers to $2 a d The gentleman In questlon'also compared to 375,000 last year; barJ. I). Scott, has been selected as tho day for skilled workmen. This, howthat the first well would he spotto secretary of tho entertainment com- ever, did not pro ent n shave from cost- ted by two expert oil men from Caliley, 138,000 bushels, compared No Money 140,000 buBhels last yoar; Irish pota- mittee, nnd an organization will bo ing 10 cents or u haircut 20 cents. fornia. in Advance Later reports from tho field nro to toes, 1,990,000 bushels, compared to protected at onco for tho entertain- Hotel rates were ?l..r0 to ?2 n day, Sutiufnc (5,720,000 bushels Inst yoar and ment of tho members of tho confer- nnd Ice, which was considered n great the effect thnt the workmen nre pushtion Guar luxury, wns supplied nt CO cents a ing! things to tho limit and thnt they pounds of tobacco, compared enco nnd tho authorized delegates. nntoed week for 10 pounds dally. Strangely spud-Iby tho VF T Tl' 7U'r'" '" "rr' LowonlNet to 420,000,000 pounds grown last Two important mattors will come enough sugar wns the chief bone of expect to he able to 2."th of this month at the latest. From Fa atrfk-year. boforo tho conferenco nt this sebsion, contention In those dnys, too, and It Yavnpnl. T'rioos Corn has been badly damaged by tho laiety rights nnd tho chauging of cost 12 to 15 cents a pound. Ens iwOt 7 tho drouth In somo sections, but tho tho Apostles Creed. Tormu A ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Saving of bo tnkon on tho laiety corn may bo able very largely to A oto will lato War Prisoners to Form Club. 5 1O0 to overcome tho dnmngo It tho rest of rights. This was beforo tho general A dozen Riltlsh prisoners. of war While tho law makes it tho duty !?200Fug k Aw3RS?T,:--!-PTS,t! jiBKffl conforonco-an- d season Is favorable. each anuual confer- who had escaped from Germany met tho o, From P. A. STARCK Til nJi'T" crop Is ap- enco in Southern Methodism will take at a dinner recently given In London of tho taxpayer to como to my ir Although tho tobacco Tfli tory Direct VRI3IOCNT in Hartford, to assess his propwcs6. "wsrfGjPS"" parently soriously cut In this Stato by n voto on tho matter when thoy con- to celebrate their escape. At this dinerty, to nccommodato tho form u IN Y0UR( tho drouth, lt should bo remombercd vene. This mensuro, if passed, will ner It wns decided towns to bo club, aged, in order conwhich infirm and other persons, uptobacco can grow out wonder- givo tho women equal privileges with membership of who thnt ownhome fined to those In on whom it would work an unusual have succeeded fully from drouth daniogo In a very tho mon and thoy mny hnvo tho right making Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Tlano for 30 days freo trial, In your their way out of ti prisoners' hardship to como to my olllco, I you will play upon, uao home. No cash rayment required. All we ask Is that hhort tlmo lato in tho soason, nnd to servo on tho official boards and to of war or Internment camp In Gernnd test this nlano for .10 ilavs. lr. at the end of that time, you do not Hnd It thu month, tormor reports of great drouth dam-ag- o act in nny capacity. Just llko their many. The site of tho dub premises will, about tho first of next highest crude, sweetest towd and finest piano in every way, that you have ever publish notice of dates at which I seen tor the money, you aro at pcrfec liberty to send lfback, and we will, In that to tho tobacco crop havo often brethren. has not yet been settled, but the club event, pay the freienl uotr, ways. i. ij oiurcK musi iduko boou wiuj u, nppear at my deputies will proved deceptlvo becauso of quick or mere is no saie, At tho conferenco hold at Hopkins-vlll- o will certainly be the most novel thing or one of tho voting placo in each of tho reEasy Payments growth Into In tho season. Howover, Save $150.00 or Mora last yoar, tho resolution usklng of Its kind In London. such taxmote precincts where You pay no rash down, but after 80 days We ship direct to you from our factory, at itho crop In Kentucky has apparently tho gonoral conforenco to memoriaof trial, you can begin piyincm on the lowpayers may moot us to assess tholr prices tbat ue OU upward! ot $150 00 In vho Many Lambs Killed by Rattlers. tho been seriously damagod. est, eailctt terms ever uggetcd by a piano lize thnt body by eliminating cost of your piano, we guarantee to furnish property. manufacturer. These terms are arranged to a better piano for the money than jou can Rnttlers, always plentiful In parts Lato potatoes will probably yield words, "Holy Catholic Church's, from suit )our comenUnce, and it is possible for ccure eitewlitre. You are assured ol rrcehlnii DILLIS WARD, crop. Tho tho Apostles Creed, In tho order and of Washington state, are this year jou to buy a placo for your home, without bettor than tho early a retl)luctor iwcct tontJ durable bleli grade missing tho money, Tax Com'rT Ohio County. piano. c. , "buckwheat crop near Soinorset, Is re- worship and vows for baptism and more numerous than In any previous " season. Sheepmen nro forcibly rean in- reception Into tho ported In good condition, with of members Phyer'P.aiHri Stomach and Lher Troubles. 2nd -- Hand Bargains Every Btarclt Tlano t are Starck church, nnd Insort In their stead In minded of thu fact by tho loss of creased ncreago. No end of misery and actual sufWe hi t constantly on hand lambs. Older sheep know tho menace the best and most beautiriaranteed lor ti inn. Tho crtp reports for tho entlro each placo, "Church of God." Tho In the tattoo of tho rattlesnake, Vfiid fering ful l'lcr plinos oti the lb! ipjarantee lias back a targe numVr of (lightlyctused Is caused by disorders of tho all liand piano 3S yean of plana and of market. iou win De genornl conforenco loft this open and will change their course at the sound, Vnlted States Indicate nbout standard males Ultn In ex lighted with the many exexperience, and the repumay bo avoidor an change for new Starck Pianos of spring nnd wintor tho annual conferences will tako a hut tho lambs nro often bitten. There Is stomach nnd liver, nnd bushels clusive features of these tation The follow, ed by tho uso of Chamberlain's Tabresponsible piano bouse. and wonderful Instruments, and wheat together (tho spring wheat voto on this and tho Loulsvlllo nothing that can be done for the re- - ' lets. Glvo thorn a trial. Thoy only lug are a few sample bargains i will be pleased with the my low prices at whlcu 50 Fro Musio ylold helping out tho drouth-damage- d $110.00 will act this year. Weber lief of u lumb which has been bitten. I they can be secured. m cost a quarter. 0 nn .. 02.00 Stelnway Lessons It dies In u llttlo while. Seattle I'obt- - I wintor wheat crop) compared to m Piano look Fro SO.OO Chlckeriug Ta eery purchaser of nverngq of 809,345,000 bushels 1912-1baby is Buffering the Intelligencer. When tho Send today for our new Many nro giving their lives; you Etarclc l'lanos, we rUo free 95.00 Kimball plana corn, 2.989.97G.000 doublo affliction of hot weather and inclusive; musio lestons.i In one of 193.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck aro asked only to loan your money book vluch gives known schools in Slightly Nervous. the best bushels, compared to nn uverago of bowol disorders, tho remedy neodod large amount ot InformaChicago. IheiO lessons you Bend for our latest complete to liolp savo your Government. Flnnlgan, u brand now soldier, wns intion regarding pianos. This ran take in jour on home, 2,701,252,000 bushols 1912-1It reduces placed on guard one dark night. Fallsecond band bargain list. Is McOeo's Ilaby Elixir. book ulll interest and by rosll. This represents please you. Write today. clusive; oats, 1,127,778,000 bushols, tho fovorlsh condition, corrects tho ing to seo unother soldier npproachlng one year's free Instruction. 0 average of 1813 Sfarclt Bldd.., CHICAGO compared to an stomach and checks loosonebs of tho until lie was almost besldo him, Flan-Igti- n P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. FOR FLETCHER'S bushols; barley, 231,870,000 bowels. Price 25c nnd GOe per bonearly Jumped out of bis skin i bushols, compared to an nvorago of ttle Sold by Ohio County Drug Com- but managed to quaver: "W'.who o 201,025,000 bushols; ryo, 70,034.-00- 0 pany, m there?" On being told tho fellines ot troublo, bits ot good fortuno Tho Spun Of When vou havo Backacho tho liver low's name, and finding out for sure bushols, compared to an nverngo Ho died In tho harness, poor clian." ami breaches ot fulth. Also tongues or kidnoys aro suro to bo out of gear. that ho wasn't going to be killed right of 41.547.000 bushels; Irish potatoes, "Yes , and, by tho way, did you must bo bridled, passions curbed, and away, says Flanlgan, regaining his Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho 391,055,000 bushels, compared to an trial has to tug to pull courage : "Advuuco then uud. glvo tho ! liver, kidnoys und bladder AGet it over notlco how much llko n harness everybody FOR FLETCHER'S nvorago of 301,753,000 bushols, and COc bottle will convinco you. Boston Transcript Hfo is? Thoro aro tho traces of care, through." discount." 4G-at the drug storo dobacco, 1,227,031,000 pounds, com preserved when thoy nro nbundnnt nnd cheap menus n supply next winter wlion tlioy mny rench extremely high prices. Lnto Hummor la not too Into to eggs, but enre must bo tnlton froah. Mint tliov nro strict! Two methods of prosurvliitj pggn nro recommenilctl by micclaHitH of the United Stntcfl Department of Agriculture they follow: Wntcr-Bl- ii Method. I'so one quart of sodium slllcato to 'J quarts of'wntor thnt hns been boiled nnd cooled. Place tho mixture crock or Jnr. This will In n dozen bo sufficient to preserve 1G eggs; nfid tho quantity needed to n largor numbor of eggs will bo In proportion. First, select n llvo Ballon crock nnd clean It thorougly, after which It should bo scalded nnd allowed to dry. Second heat a quantity of water totho boiling point and nllow It to cool. Third, when cool, measures out 9 iunrts of water, placo It In tho crock, and add one quart of sodium silicate, stirring tho mixture thoroughly. Fourth, place tho eggs In tho solution Ho very careful to allow at least 2 Inches of tho solution to cover tho pro-serlire-serv- pared to nn nvorago of 1,033,367,000 inclusive. pounds 1012-1Condition reports on minor crops follow, tho first porccntngo being for Kentucky nnd tho second being for 2 tho entlro United Stntcs; nil hay, per cent; per cent; timothy, 87-8- 1 per cent; millet, 4 3 alfalfa, per per cent; pastures, 80-7cent; field peas, 3 per cent; field per cent; tomntoos, 4 beans, 3 per 4 per cent; cabbage, per ccilt; sorgum 5 cent; onions, per cont;npplcs, 0 enne, per cent; per cent; peaches, 3 per cent; grapes, pears, per cent; blackberries and raspber3 per cent; watermelons, ries, per cent; broom 9 cnntnloupcs, 72-7- 3 per cent; muskmclonH nnd per cent. 3 corn, H. I I1RYANT, Field Agent. 6, 93-S95-8S5-7G 85-S87-88G-883-891-S83-S51-5- C 37-G- G 58-S23-G71-775-7- If there U n notion thnt Y, M. C. A. work In the cntnps consists In selling stnmps nnd hnndltitf nut pocket testa inputs, let It be dissipated nt once. One pronchcr, serving In n hut In n New Jersey enmp, reports that be lias done nlniost everything under the huh except preach. Ho lini built fires, nwept floors, looked after hundreds of packages of Inundry, umpires Imskothnll games, organized n glee club, n circus, sold Ico cream nt the canteen, nnd driven n filvcr ten miles. nnd back three times n week to provide said crenm. He hns written letters home for boys who could not write, nnd he 1ms taught those same boys their first lessons In the English He hns been u repository for hundred of heart herrets, nnd lie hns Fcrved ns trustee for the care of ns many ns thirty Liberty bonds nt n time. Perhaps oddest of his many tnsks wns one thnt ciune his wny on n wild nnd stormy night In April, when the mnsler of nrnis nt the military station entered the "Y" hut nfter tnps, carrying n red box under his nrm. "Say," snld the master of arms, "we've got a lot of T. N. T. mines stored nt the station. Here's tho In this box. There's considerable lightning nround, and It Isn't finfo to Icnve these things close to tho mines. Would you just ns soon tako care of the box over night?" The Red Triangle man slept thnt night (or .tried ro sleep) with enough ingii explosive miner ins cor. to mow him half way to heaven. stngc-nmnnge- d e. s, The mnln difference between men nnd women Is nowhere so mnrked as It Is In the distinction between character nnd nhlllty. A man's nhlllty Is entirely scpnrnto from his chnrncter. A mnn mny hnve genius and no character nt nil. Ho mny hnvo smnll abilities nnd largo diameter. In a man tho two things nppear to bo entirely Independent of one another. Rut n woman's chnrncter Is determined by her nhlllty, nnd her nblllty Is determined by her chnrncter. In rcnllty, therefore, women nro much -- more simple than men, although they lo not nppear to bo so. .Women nro more complicated outwardly than men. They offer more superficial variety. Rut closer observation lyid association among them tend to ninku them more nllke. Men, on the other hnnd, grow more complicated as you come to know them better. This Is because their abilities nnd ehnmcters being unrelated nnd the Net Contents 15Tluid Drachml I CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ,E3 :: sK n I "i 8 rati t.35r-- A s - - I . .!& mi : Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ' xWaiclablirfcpamlionforAs VUGOHOL-C TEH CENT. mi '4; Always Bears the r( TVl" Nmernl.NoTXAitcoTic Jhmpun ThcrclyPromoiln'iDiScslion ChccrfuIncssandRcslContams nor neither Opium.Morphlnc Signature (L RW of MafpFcwxsxamtsm Misfi" I Jirtrm!rl :l lf!" Smt ft - I r iF Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA m get-tin- ;: !ro$$$$ts$srss$s$ High-Speee d sevpn-lengu- n high-spee- d PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS epoch-makin- g $1.50 to $2.00. HARTFORD, KY. nsso-clnte- S Hi4b Clothitig Co. tS$$$$TOS$$SSS Starck Pianos I 3C1.-171,0- 00 n 'TTiW VHL !? of-flc- i Ofl ou nIMQ' umio EDEE TRIM rnce mini Player-I'lano- a 878,-337,0- Player-l'Iano- co 0, 0, 1,290,-40G.00- Children Cry CASTO R A Children Cry CASTORIA yr ,,.... wry tr " ',tj 'ntwyy fy ESHSJ jri"TH " MWEttyTW "8p.."w"v"" liarflTliUifltlMiniii . I latlon to stop sales of all Intoxlcat-In- e beverages on that date, leaders of both wet and dry factions In tho seemed to be Senate stated Presldont Wilson was rep n sleht. resented as not opposing the legis believed the lation and Senators House would accept the proposal under negotiation. A definite "gentlemen's agreement" In the Senato Is expected within a few days. Astro To Postpone Date. bill prohibition Tho war-tim- e pending in the Senato came up for y under tho unanconsideration imous consent agreement made several weeks ago giving It right of way until disposed of, but was temporarily displaced while tho Senate proceeded with tho Manpower Bill. Then leaders supporting and fighting the prohibition legislation proceeded with corridor and clonkroom discussions on the compromise. As it now stands the bill would stop sale of intoxicants January 1 next. At President Wilson's suggestions, according to Senator Shep-parof Texa3, prohibition advocate, postponement of the date was agreed to bv spokesmen of both factions. The President, it was stated, believes additional time should be given for financial and other adjustments. Early Passage Imported. negotiations most of In prohibition advocates were agreethe able to fixing July 1 as the date. They first Insisted that it should be April 1, but a majority were said to have consented to the later date. Op ponents of tho legislation were de clared to be convinced that It cannot be defeated, and to be satisfied with the proposed extension of t'ir.o. Formal conclusion of an agreement pas la oxnectcd to pave tho way sage of the bill by the ornate late this week or early next weak. to-da's BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Claire.) Tlnslcy says after ono gets used (o It wntcr drinks very well. By rising early Sunday wo may all liavo n tree squint at September Moral Monday will be Labor Day, but It won't miko Miy difference with mu and Duke. Wo hnve to work every day. It won't make any difference with Tinslcy's wnrkln', nclthci AXOTIIKK HOV WHITES TO THE HOMEKOIiKS Ray Bennett writes his sister, Mrs. Leaman Lake, boiuo of his Impressions of the war fields In Europe. "Somewhere" In France, Ono German In Berlin chldcd his brother nt tho front nbout making rapid progress to tho roar. Ho then predicted 'thnt tho. war was surely coming to an end nnd that with tho allies then making an economic war, Germany would bo ruined. Many of theso letters wero written beforo tho British began their drive. AUTOMOItl LE OWNERS. You must not employ unlicensed chauffeurs or persons under 16 years of ago to oporato your nutomobllcs. Both tho operator and yourself will bo fined If you do. Uso your horn, brakes and dimmer. You can opor-nt- o your car according to lnw. Why not do It? A. D. KIRK, 9tl County Attorney. THE HIGHEST CAMP. WILL EXHIBIT AT HARTFORD TUESDAY, July 8, 191S. It was the nigger burners of tho south who put the "mock" In nomocracy. e . may make pretty fair speed generally, but It made a lulgh- In tlio Michigan races ty poor show-In-' primary day. A Ford Tlio American people will be hearing big guns right here at home soo'i. .The campaign will open in September. ' The recent rains will Insure a bumper crop of ragweeds. . d, If chnngin' the name of the assesofflce to that of Tax Commissioner has not added Immensply to the dignity of the offlce, DillU Ward is woefully mistaken. sor's i Battle Nail and Perd Casebler were in Owcnsboro Saturday night, but I don't know if that had anything to do with the Geen River stlllhouse burnin'. a I wanted some fire Insurance few days ago and had to inquire who was a agent. In some towns the agents advertise.' Aus Bratchcr orter get rich. erybody is glvin' him money. Ev- COOli SPIUXOS. Rev. Mooro filled his regular appointment here Saturday and, Sun Arthur Kirk's war spirit is work- day. ed up, but he can't decide which Mr. J. L. Wilson and wife, of But-e- r - would bo the most excitln' the Huns county, were guests of the fam or a wife. ily of Mr. T. C. Dennis last week. 1 U. IN. Diewiiri mm ...l twie ..flt I.MT. at Select Saturday night it is chock full of headaches, and Sunday. "Mro I.onnnnl n.ivinnnrt anil chll- My wife Is goln' away for the win- - ,,. nf ,,ntior mimn. wern cuests ter, and I feel sorry for her. She f ,, Davenport's parents, Mr. and won't have Anybody to fuss at. Mrs. Lucien Elliott, last week. Mr At AT. T.itfTnrwl son. Thomas. Claude Dlankenshlp Is the onlyin,, Mr tprbb jirnwii. who are em- nian in town sellin' marriage license, at work, i0yeu on government and he's doln' a mighty poor bust- - Stltutoni are at home for a few days. ness durln' the dogdays. uros. uayuurn ami uudiuem closed a series of meetings at East SOMEWHERE A WOMAN. Providence, Friday night. Bros. Moore and Neel will begin l Somewhere a woman, thrusting u jruiriiLiuu ...nAl.. n, mo nlnito t.l iiieeuufe ui 1ile ,iw fear away, faces tho future bravely Monday night following the second for your sake, toils on from day to sun(iay, day, fights back the tears, nor heeds JIr Millie Brown, Wife and baby, tho bitter aches. She loves you, 'of Slll,,nur Springs, visited Mr. J. trusts you, breathes in prayers your A Ferguson. Sunday. name, boll not tier taitn in you oy Alr aml irs. willlo Vernon and sin, nor shame. children, of Bockport, wkero guests SomeWhere a woman mother, ' f ., i,on wnmihiim Sunday. .I ffr wic, uyuiw, umai. swumiiuun t ui- ...lA n...nl,a 't.l.lv, nope anu lear, lor your reium. jui HEAVEK DAM. kiss.' her words, will cheer you in Mrs. Daisy Mrs. the strife when death confronts you. Wright Ella Stevens andfrom a visit have returned grim and stern, but let her image -- it iim ,.kn l.noo In Louisville. Arthur Miller and daughter. temptations scorch you with their' (Myrl, have returned to their homo llames Tulsa. Oklahoma, after spending Somewhere a woman watches, ' sparpride. Enshrined i tho summer with Mrs M Her Chap-Sh- e thrilled with ents. Mr. and Mrs. William ser heart you share a place with none. tolls, she waits, she praystlll man Shelby Taylor and daughter. side by side you stand when the Kittle, have returned to their fight Is o'er. O, keep for her Litter feaT sake a stainless name bring home at Baton Rouge. La., after a hack to her- - a manhood free from visit with relatives here. . Mr. George Sowders made a busl- '" " ' es tri" to ""ols la8t week- ' CLARENCE I. TINSLEY. Irs- - Ellza Ra,e' ,,s stlU very ' Camp Merritt, N. J.. Aug. 20, 191S. at her home near Robroy. e Mw- - Uo,,crt Cent0r; .SOLDIER IX FRANCE u WP'TFS TO EDITOR lown a,ul MTS- - LBWls ivuuerwuu ween children, ot .Moorman, spent mo end with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown. "Somewhere" In Francs, at Miss Elsie, who Is teaching Augubt 4, 1918. Upper Point, visited her parents, Mr liTtr ml. ...., t it IT,.rnl l.V Mm. William Wise and attended MwrSlr- :-! have Just notlca.l in " day's papor. published over here. CMI.ford Maddox, a soldier your contemplated "tramp" notice of Hopo you tloned at West Poln . spent tho week In September. wtl hls ,arcnta' Ir' u"d Mrs' a pleasant trip, and hop.- - wo have v " oan send somcjody over fiom this sldo to mako the trip with you mmi. Wo aro gittirn; along lino over hero. Everything In looking Rood at skim Don't throw away left-ovbeen mc:o than this time, i ha-'milk, says tho United States Departpleased wP'i fcvor;thIng in France; of Agriculture. It Is a nu- , It is Indeed a wondurful country ment Irltious tood. and every drop i, It Give my best regards to your fainy u " wi,J lo U,HM0 "oum ,,0,uscaund tho people l know. U ' t0 "llt0 vegetable soups. Sorry I can't toll you more about To UBCh 2 Cl.pfulS Of I.lllk USO 0110 .1.1. ntnnn l.n. v l,W uny jtablospoonful of butter, ono table write very much. If you see s of n spoonful flour, ' of my people soon tell thorn I am cupful of u thoroughly cooked vege- getting along lino noly chopped, mashed, or put With best regard, and a pleasant 'ta,,1' through a sieve, and salt to taste I urn trip for you, Thicken tho milk with tho flour as Very truly yours, for milk gravy and add tho other Inemmet willis. gredients. Practically any vogetablo excopt ;et heady hoys (omixo tomatoos may bo used with tho other storm is lingrcdloutu us stated. If tomatoes aro Aug. 2C Nation- - used, u little sodn should bo added Washington, t provont tho milk from wide "bono dry" prohibition, uffec - .to t" tlv'o July 1, 1919. and continuing curdling. during thu war, at least, loomed today as a strong probability through s. negotiations In compromlso FOR FLETCHER'S 1 passago of legls- Jiu agreement for 1 J Dear Sister: 1 will now try to write to you. Pardon mo for not writing sooner, but I havo been very busy. You know I cannot tell very much about what happens over hero; thereforo there Is not much to write. But 1 think of you folks every day. Wish I could bo there and hnve n But may romp with tho children. be this thing will soon bo over, and Hope so at least. I can come back. Getting I nm getting along, fine. plenty to eat, but this Is too far from home to suit me. Yet I try to keep my mind on my work, for I havo lots to learn yet before I nm a sol dier. I think the artillery offers more In tho way of development than the infantry, nnd I like It much bet ter. Wo havo a bunch of good oin- cers, and that helps. Wo wero several days on the way over, and I got very tired, but the much beautiful ocean presented scenery to mo, nnd 1 enjoyed thnt, and soon got rested after landing. I find things hero much bettor than I did not get a bit seaI expected. sick, but some of tho other boys did. There are about twenty of tho homo boys here, that went when I did. In I havo seen Corbett my regiment. Lake since we landed, and never was so glad to see anyone, but I don't know Just where he is now. I am very anxious now to hear from some of you, for I have not had a letter since I left Camp Taylor. Do whatever you want to with my traveling bag I sent home, for I may never get to use It again, but feel like I will get back safely. If 1 do It will havo been a great trip for me. Don't worry about inc. I am getting along all right now, nnd if I have to go that way it Is still no use to worry. Everything se'ems odd to us now, but I guess we will go used to It. The French are very nice to us and try to talk to. us, hut we can not understand them yet, and I don't believe I ever can. Does mother seem to worry over 1 don't think me being over here? she should. I think now if I ever get back to the United States I shall never want to run around anymore. I never thought I would come across o soon when I enlisted, but. I am ready to do my part, for I eoul net have done much good for my countiy had I stayed at home. Your brother, RAY BENNETT. 1 SEPT. Camp Znchary Taylor, Aug. 24. Extending over three counties, nnd moro than twenty miles long, Camp Knox, tho greatest artillery cantonment in the United States, Is springing up rapidly at Stlthton, Ky Six brigades ot artillery will bo stationed there, in addition to nn artillery school, quartermasters' corps, hospital and remount station. Nino long train of wagons and mo tor lorries pass in nnd out of the grounds from early morning until night, and, in splto of a shortage of labor tho buildings are going up with romarkablo raplblty. Tho cantonment will bo ready for occupancy by tho first of December. An Industrial,, railroad Inside of Camp Knox is Included In the plans, and a tunnel will bo built under tho roadway at different points In order that tho locomotives may have free traffic. A balloon company Is already stn- tloned there, with flvo officers nnd 199' men. Hundreds of water tanks are being placed at frequent Inter vals over the grounds, and scores of wells aro being bored. It Is stated by officers that the water problem has been fully solved. - mi tin I'ljiilrnPllnMiwT. Wi'i.fil'Mi II "l i "T Km mi 4 ilaBxXil33xrB kf 1 i ;T J 111 J TlIDIFPJI:I'LLLM When you yawn a good deal in the daytime, feel dull, achey and want to stretch frequently it is an unmistakable symptom of malaria," and unless you do something at once you aro booked for a spell of chills. Hcrblnc is a chill medicine 'that will It prevent or euro tho disease. drives out tho impurities on which the malarial germ thrives, strengthens tho liver and cleanses the bowels. Prlco GOc. Sold by Ohio Coun m ty Drug, Company. :.."iTr jW? oo Phlpps by Robert Moselcy by deed rods to a poplar stump standing on dated December 22, 1852, of record tho east bank, of a rocky branch; E 22 rods In the Ohio County Court Clerk's of- thenco continuing N 2 fice In I). B. "M", page 111, bound- and 23 links to tho beginning and containing SI ncres. ed us follows. Tho commissioner will offer each of the above parcels separately, also offering separately tho timber on each parcel, and the mineral underlying each parcel; ho will then of- for the lands for sale as n whole, also offering separately tho timber on the Innds as u whole, nnd the mineral underlying the lands as n wholo; ho will accept that bid or Mils produc ing the most money. I No timber shall bo cut or removed, or coal or other mineral taken or lands damaged until the respective purchaso price therefor has been fully paid. TERMS Salo will bo made on n credit of six months. Tho purchaser will bo required to glvo bond, with approved security, for tho payment of tho purchaso money, to havo tho forco lino 181 rods to tho E. with said nnd effect of a Judgment, bearing containing 307 acres. Said Ohio county laud has been di- legal Interest from the day ot salo vided Into four salable parcels by re- with a lieu reserved upon said propport of John II. Wood, surveyor, de- erty until nil tho purchase money Is paid scribed therein as follows: Y, Y. MOORE, at a whlto oak 1. Beginning Master Commissioner, Hopkins Cirsoutheast corner of Morrison 4,700 cuit Court 9t3 aero survey, running thenco N. 3 rods with tho line of Bald E. 130 survey to a stako or stone; thonco or W. 92 rods to n stako N. 87 rods stone; thenco S. 3 W. 130 IVK2",' to a btako or stono In Morrison's original lino; thenco with said lino S. S7'J E. 92 rods to tho beginning acres. W( and containing sevonty-fiv- o Beginning at n stnko or stono 2. m northwest corner of lot No. 1;; A stnko !s W. 92 rods to thonco 87 or stone in tho Brown line; thonco W. 130 rods with said lino S. 3 to a hickory now a stako, nnothor of will find a flrcat Brown's corners In Morrison's origopportunities for E. with said bcnutifylnft your homo with inal lino; thonco S. 87 PcoCcoUK-NU-LAA line 92 rods to a stako or stone; chair or tublo that docs not rods to tho E. 130 thenco N. 3 match tho rest of the beginning and containing 75 acres.' can lie trans--form- ed 3. Beginning nt u stako or Htouo desired. into any of. color with ono coat northeast corner of lot No. 1 In tho a Morrison liiio; thonco with said lino N. 3 E. 110 rods to 2 small hickories und a small black oak; thonco W. 112 rods to u poplar N. 80 stump standing on tho oast bank of RKSWNDERs'V W. 110 a rock brunch; thenco S. 2 to a stako or stono at 2 small rods This combined Stain nnd beeches marked as pointers; thonco Varnish produces tho finest results on any Wood Work. E. 109 rods and 17 links to S. 87 Requires no skill to apply. the beginning and containing 7G Poo Cee acres. .comet fa til clitt fro a ISc up. Mado In 20 4. Beginning nt a black oak; Natural Wood nnd Enamel Color. W. 125 rods to a thonco N. 80 White, CoUa.ndSilvtr. largo beech on tho cast bank ot Pond As!t for Tree Color Card Run; thonco S. 3 W. C4 rods with PEASLEE-GAULBER- T u stako, his Adam Brown's lino to CO. INCOnronMio corner; thenco S. SG'i E. with an Manufacturers LOUISVILLE, KY. other of Brown's linos 52 rods to 2 s; whlto oaks, another of Brown's W. G8 thence S. 3 rods J. 11. Williams, Hiiilfonl.Ky. to a stnko or Htouo; thonco S. 87 Heaver Dam "'n (i., Heaver ' E. 74 rods and 8 links to a stako or Dam, Ky. ctono and 2 small beeches, markE. 110 ed as pointers; thenco N. 2 Beginning I at a white oak south-oa- st MAGAX. ..o " I . The recent rains were a welcome relief. The crops were burning up. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Milbu'rn and Mr. Jiminio Daniel and family, of near Hartford, visited relatives hero" from Friday until Sunday. Rev. R. E. Fuqua and wife, of Saturday Clear Run, were guests, night, of Rev. Fuqua's sister Mr.s. R. R. Muffett. Two of Mrs. BertiC Midkiff's sisters, of Evansvillo, spent a few days with her. Several from hero attended tho all day meeting at Ralph's Sunday. Misses Mario Fuqua and Alpha Brooks visited relatives near Hartford last week, and attended tho In- corner of Morrison 4,700 aero E. survey, running thenco N. 3 CERALVO. 24 OM: rods with tho lino of said sur Aug. 2S. Mrs. J. S. Trunnel and vey to 2 small hickories and a small children, of Utlca, have returned W. 112 days black oak; thence N. home, after spending a few rods to a poplar stump standing on with her aunts, Mrs. P. L. Wood and tho east bank of a rocky branch; Miss Magglo Hunter. E. 22 rods nnd 2.1 thenco N. 2 Mrs Robert Decker, of Rockport, links to a black oak; thenco N. S6 Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. P. W. 125 rods to a largo beech on tho Morris. cast bank of Pond Run; thenco" S. 3 Vi M. Everly and daughter. Mrs. J. W. C4 rods with Adam Brown's lino Mrs. Emma Fulkorson, havo return-- . to a stake, his corner; thence S. SGU ed home, after spending several days E. with another of Brown's lines 52 with relatives at Island. rods to 2 white oaks, another ot Mr. J. II. Klmmel, of Greenville, W. Brown's corners; thonco S. 3 was In our midst last week. 199 rods to n hickory, now n stake, Miss Mary Ethel Everley Is visit Brown's corners In Moring her cousins. Miss Delia Allen, another of rison's original line; thenco S. 87 Miss Leora Brown, of Equnllty. 8C-"- I stitute. and family Mr. Tommle Helton wont to Hartford on business Thurs- day. PIMSOXKRH LETTERS SAY (JEltMAXY DOOMED amr ",.,,",,, - l"i "' le , er , I two-third- Con-Kres- Children Cry DASTO R A With tho British Army In Franco, Aug. 20 Tho German retirement Is continuing along many parts of tho battlefront tonight. Tho British aro rear overwhelming tho enemy's guards In heavy fighting. Reports lndlcato that ut least ono counter-attac- k has been broken up by tho British nrtillory concentrating its firo on massed enemy troops. South of tho Scarpo'tho Canadians, driving along' tho road, havo gained moro ground and added moro than a thousand Germans to tho British total of prisoners during today's fighting. Many letters taken from prisoners indicate that and dead Germans hopoloss despair 13 beginning to pre vail on tho Gorman sido ot tho lino. A letter written homo by a Gorman who was stationed In a town which; has now been captured suld: "Tho war has been lost for somo time, only theso high up aro falling to admit It." Tho letter added: "Oh, poor Gor- I ninny! Only tho dead at tho front havo forgotten this swindle" Sure To Lose Soon. Another letter said: "This can not last much longer,' while still another German wroto "Our losses greatly exceed all tho drafts. Germany Is suro to loso very boon." It is a fact that many lottors taken fiom prisoners, whether written by them to bo posted homo or received by them by civilians in tho interior of Germany, aro In tho same vein and Misses Myrl Klmmel, Ama Wood and Mary Casebler visited relatives at Hartford las week. Mr. Hugh Everly and Mr. Roger Hacket, ot Evansville, havo return ed homo after spending a few days with relatives here. Mr. John Kirtley, of Island, was In our midst ono day last week". Mrs. Jennlo Everly and children, Miss Myrl Brown, and Mrs. Edna Blackburn, attended church at Oak Grove Sunday. Miss Mary Casebler, of Paradise, Is visiting relatives horc. Mrs. Mabel Milts, of Louisville, visited relatives hero laBt week. Sho was accompanied homo by her llttlo daughter, Hazel, who has been stay ing with her aunt. Mrs. Emma Fulkorson, for somo time. Mr. J. W. Baker attended tho association at Clear Run last week. Rov. R. W. Dnnks and wife, of Nelson, spont Sunduy with hor mother, Mrs. W. I. Barnard. Mrs. Margaret Evorly visited hor dstcr, Mrs. Josio Dennis, of Drakes-borrecently. Mr. and Mrs. Granylllo Ingram and children, of McIIenry, visited Ills sister, Mrs. Olllo Fulkorbon, Sunday. '& WB23IW K,r yourself J) Do H TJ &&- rL. u YOU C. fur-nlshin- - il go o, SALE. Hopkins Circuit Court Kentucky. E. P. Stum, Admr., etc., Plaintiffs, vs. Notlco of Salo In Equity, II. A. Stum, etc., Defendants. By vlrtuo of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Hopkins Circuit Court, rendered nt tho May torm thereof, 191S, in tho ubovo styled cause tho undersigned will on Monday, tho ICth day of Soptombor, 191S, botweon tho hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock P m., at tho Court House door in thu town of Hartford, Ky., proceed to exposo to public salo, to tho highest bidder, tho following described proporty, viz: A tract of land in Ohio county, Kentucky, convoyed to Lcander M. CO.MMISSIOXER'S cor-uoi-