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XXXI. h:- I!t- - HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918. never abused the patriotism nntl generous confldenco of a great nation. Against tho clandestine partisan poli tics of this admlnstratlon, hidden under tho trick clouds of war, I raise seasonably In remon my volco No. 10 frontier. Day by day tho hurrlcano force of tho allied armies has accumulated until victory begins to show its shadowy light on tho bloody horizon. In vain has tho German commander brought up division after division of reserves and thrown them against tho wall of his assailants. Lino after lino has given away, Ono nf tcr another of his positions has fallen into tho hands of tho victors. At no point has the Hun's resistance been able to hold more than a few hours. On a hundred and fifty milo front the enemy is on the run. The famous HIndcnberg lino ha3 been pierced at a vital point. The Noyon sector, the coalfield so much needed by the Hun, has fallen into tho hands of tho Allies. The rcireat of tho enemy approches tho condition of a rout, and ovorywhero great numbers of prisoners and guns are being captured,. The German newspapers now talk of nothing better than an They effort to hold their lines. no longer talk of tho possibility of victory. Considered all In all con- ditlons have not been so favorable since tho opening of the war. Let us The end is in bo of good cheer. sight, but effort must not be relaxed. Sacrifice is the watchword of tho hour. GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL SUCCESSFULLY OPEXED About fifty patrons and friends of the Hartford Graded and High School were present Monday morning at tho opening exercises of tho school. Talks wero made by Rev. Litchfield, Rev. Russell Walker, County Superintend ent E. S. Howard, Prof. Leach, At torney W. H. Barnes, and Lieuten ant Herbert Felix, a former graduato of tho High School. They gave much good and wholesome advice to .ho student body and pledged the facul ty their loyal support. Rev. Litch field and daughter, Ruth, sang a " duet and Wade Martin, a sophomore, sang "Their Hearts Aro Over There." After the program the visitors wero invited to Inspect the filter which had Just been installed by the Parent- Teacher Association. One hundred and sixty pupils woro enrolled in the grades and eighty-si- x in the High School. Many more havo signified their Intention of entering as soon as they have housed their crops. This bids fair to be another big school year in Hartford. .,jy . ik SHERMAN SCORES WILSON POLITICS 40,000 SLACKERS ARE ROUNDED m gavo a mighty push and tho wagon rolled up tho steep Incline In crossstrance." "Corrals" Besieged By Many ing tho railroad ono wheel of tho For The Big Registration To Senator Knocks Illinois -' ponderous wagon hung on a rail and Be Held September Pleaders For ReAOED COUPLE AVICI). Administration's tho horses were unable to move It. 12th. leases. Again elephantine power was called Methods. Age, no less than youth, feels tho into play and tho big animal lifted Tho mating Instinct luro of love. tho heavy wheel over tho rail. Tho leaps tho chasm of years, and pur The following named men have Now York, Sept. 3. Federal of- whole was a splendid exhibition of Washington, Sept. 3. In a lengthy sues tho lives of men down to the f midtho Intelligence and power of tho volunteered their services to act as shorlty before address on what ho called "Unofficial very doors of death. Wednesday Mr. ficials estimated than 40,000 suspect- biggest animal that shakes tho earth registrars for tho big registration moro mid Personal Government," Senator Stovo Wcstcrfleld, of Heaver Dam, night that to bo held September 12, nt which with its ponderous tread. been arrested Shorman, of Illlnolso, Republican, 73, and Mrs. America Sandofur, of ed slackers had all Ohio county citizens between tJio were married by in New York and nearby cities in tho made a strong attack In tho Senate Heaver Dam, 63, ages of 18 and 4G must register: RAIX AND THE CHOPS. great roundup of draft evaders contoday on President Wilson nnd his Judge Coolc, at tho court house. This S. W. Crowe, Centertown. Administration, and, partliularly.Col. Is tho third matrimonial venturo for ducted by 2C.000 Boldlers, sailors, J. B. Itenfrow, Narrows. Lacking information about tho nor-mpolice nnd Government ngents. Most E. M. House, tho Prevldcnt'3 pcrhon-- each of these elderly peoplo, and wo H. J. Mllllagan, Hoflin. value of Ohio county crops, we wish for them a long and happy voy- of the prisoners, it was said, come advisor. C. O. Hunter, East Hartford. do not know what specific value to from other parts of tho country. sea. d With Ironical references to tho age on their E. F. Render, McHcnry. Do Woody, put on tho recent rains, but it probAccording to Charles F. . President's recent statement that G. J. Hoover, Horse Branch. chief of tho local bureau of Investi- ably will run into figures ncarlng the PROHIIUTIOX ARGUMENT. politics Is adjourned, tho Senator J. E. Bean, West Hartford. Department of Justice, million mark. As a rule the farmer gation of the tllO noanrtml Hint havlntT elected Guy Banner, Simmons. and who directed tho drive, from 10,000 Is scared worso than he is hurt, when One of those unanswerable Trpii.tpnt "nlmost slncle handed," W. P. Bennett, Wysox. been taken to tho floods and drouths aro considered, men had Col, Houso uhd a coterie of Texas convincing arguments that Is making to 12,000 O. E. Scott, Prentiss. armory alone, whllo 'it is apparent now that the dry wcath-je- r politicians "aro In tho saddlo and ' tho country bono dry, waB made nt C9th Regiment Delmar Stewart, Cromwell. was not nearly so Berlous as It ap police stations In Manhattan wero litIon they aro doing politics In tho same Narrows Sunday afternoon. Will Langford, Select. peared beforo tho rains came. I Coppago, a young man who had been erally filled to overflowing, so that old way." Clarence Arnold, Arnold. The Improvement in tho corn crop prisoners to bo placed under guard in Under prctonso of war powers, ho out west for some time, camo Into It. L. Amies, Olaton. is very great, but tho most maikcd yards. isald, tho Admlnstratlon Is placing 'Narrows on tho afternoon train from school Albert Cox, Sulphur Springs. nllght-- n In Brooklyn and Queens another improvement Is in tho tobacco crop control of tho country In the hands of lOwcnsboro, It is reported, nnd Virgil Matthews, West Fordsvlllo. o been rounded up, whllo Beforo the rains It was thought tofew politicians nnd labor loaders, to cd from tho train In a drunken con-b- 10,000 had Olllo Cobb, East Fordsvllle. bacco could not possibly mako a half tho Bronx contributed moro than used relentlessly for tho election jdltlon. Hy reason of such drunkencss, L. J. Taylor, Herbert. had been ' crop, nnd now it is apparent wo shall About 8,000 arrests of party candidates now and a Prcsl- - the report goes, ho fell against Mrs. C. W. Moseley, Magan. - 'have, barring hall, storms and 'rest, Hoyden Westorficld and knocked her made in Jersey City; 2,000 in Hobokdent In 1920. ' J. L. Patton, Ralph. ono of tho biggest and best crops Passaic. 1,500 in "I denounce," ho ndded, "a polltl- - down. Mrs. Wcsterllcld fainted as a en, and O. C. Magan, Buford. of recent years. Sorghum, peas, soy 'result of tho nervous shock. Wester- Changed, Crusmlo Planned. In cnl nutocracy covertly engaged Hosea Shown, Bartlett. growing crops Indeed, so many, arrests had been beans and other late irhnn tim nntlnn Is in tho stress of field sworo out a warrant for the Capt. C. B. Shown, Beda. are in splendid condition. Late pasafter a conwar In undermining constitutional arrest of Coppago, and tho sheriff mado that late L. E. Everly, Matanzas. tures promise unusual usefulncss.and wont to tho boy's homo Monday for ference with the police nnd military civil liberty." Clnton Igleheart, Smallhous. fall garden truck will be abundant. tho purposo of arresting him, but ho nuMinritina Mr nnWnmlv announc- Attacks Col. 1Imim John Wood, Ceralvo. mado in led that a change would be Col. Houso was characterized by could not bo found. Considerable J. I. Hoslck, N. Rockport. FIFTY AND THE COST. against Coppago exists the conduct of the crusade. ExamSherman as this alleged, un-- 1 dlgnatlon John T. Jackson, S. Rockport. make elected, unofficial, Aslstant Prcsl-- 1 ' among the citizens of tho nclghbor-dent- ." iners, he said, would E. P. Austin, West Beaver Dam. Moved to pity by the consuming Tho Senator gave annalysis of hood, and If ho Is apprehended ho n careful check of all men at pollco thirst of the citizens In and about Carl Taylor, East Beaver Dam. mis-Cstations, "to separate the sheep from n novel said to havo been written by ' will probably pay well for his Wilbur Phillips, Deanfield. - Itockport, Ethel Faught was generHouse, which ho describes ns an conduct. Young Copnngc's parents the goats," before tho latter were tak- ously attempting to relievo their J. W. Wilson, Roslne. Ho added that excellent peoplo, and on their s, jen to tho armories. Autobiography telling a tale of poll-'ar- o misery when Marshall Langford, who Is deplorable, "there are too many cases that ought OX THE WRONG TRAIL. Civil War, lovo and reform with count the Incident has imbibed the strango notion that a meat ax showing how to get rid of Such examples of disorder aro moro not to have been taken there." do his duty though Mr. DoWoody said that after In an olllcer should effective In forming and confirming Tho law governing school truancy the Constitution. and the thirsty go to as prohibition sentiment than public specting examiners' records, ho had the stars fall, Secretary Iiakcr was referred brought seems to be not well understood by nthlrst, arrested him and "ono who thinks of tho war as 3,000 speeches or newspaper propaganda. concluded the percentage ot'slackers him beforo tho county court to ren the public. A number of trustees living In this city would be low and of such children to the away, talks glibly of quantity miles an account of tho deeds done in have sent lists that it would bo found that most of der county superintendent of schools. production of combat airplanes, do-- 1 JUST FOR ONE DAY Hockport. superinWE WERE HOYS AGAIN the guilty persons camo hero from tho draft law lays threo months Faught had one pint and thirty The law does not give tho require tho draft. Cerother cities to evade amendment of 19 IS, opposes military tendent any authority nor half pints of liquor upon which he Tho circus camo to town Tuesday, tain It was that the examiners kept training, and says Washington's sol- profiteer upon the any duty of him in such cases. The day wo woi nil boys tho telegraph wires busy far Into tho was attempting to report dlers nt Valley Forgo woro drunkards and Just for a citizens of law provides tho teacher shall thirsty and and chicken thieves, only to bo do- - j again. Of course wo older ones went night, querying places as far distant tho who were will- children who aro absent from school Anto clared by oxccutlvo proclamation to only to tako tho children, but wo wero ns Detroit, Chicago and even Los yea, anxious to bo profiteered more than two days in tho week, sus- ing trus bo thomost capable official that dls- -' there. Wo did not, of course, caro geles for information regarding upon, when his altruistic relief work the trustee. It is tho duty of the Investigate the tlnguished functionary ever know.", to sco tho show, but having no chil- - pects. with. Judge Cook tee then to carefully Whllo many arrests were made In was Interfered case, and If ho thinks Regardlng Secretary of Commerce drcn to take, wo went as a roporter decided Ethel had offended tho dig- merits of each proceedure tho morning, at the noon hour and nity of tho law about fifty dollars conditions warrant Iledflold, Senator Sherman said ho for tho paper. "There Is n sameness about shows tho close of the business day a great worth, and so fined him. It is not against such a delinquent chtld, to had mado "somo sparkling contrlbu-- 1 tions to trade," including tho "shock- - that makes them Insipid" was tne percentage oi mum uvcureu then go beforo the County Judge or known if tho Judge used an ing Information that high cost of llv-- 1 comment of tho man who had "seen when tho theater crowds on Broadthe nearest magistrate and file a combut it did so fall out that Ethel had -.. .- - , ing was caused by too many delivery all tho big shows," but notwitiistnmi-wagon- s; way camo In for nn almost microscopfifty-eigdollars on his per- plaint. Wit. and amuse- about an ic Inspection. Cabarets an epic on fish and clams ing the "sameness" ho found .. son, and circumstantial evidence inwith a sonnet or two on sheep- - cuso to see It. May bo tho elephants ment places at Coney Island also were dicated that the Judge either used TWEXTY MEN LEAVE ns tho cows of tho raided. looked as common killing days." FOR CAMP TAYLOR y or possesses some occult .. B and GOO Go to AnnCiimp. Former Secretary Bryan, tho Sena- -' pasture, and tho tlgors Just over-to- r SV'' power by which he can determine t'e thnt It was stated late declared, resigned when ho had grown cats, to the old stager of tho The local board sent twenty boys contents of tho wallet of a man ap"played second flddlo long enough circus, but thero was at least ono about 600 prisoners had been turned pearing in his court, charged vith to Camp Taylor yesterday. It was nnd his power for harm had waned." .new Joko In tho comedy of clowns. over to tho military authorities for violating tho laws of tho common the youngest lot of men yet sent "Politics began thoro and It's never .Clowns spring about threo now Jokes Induction Into the army. Less than wealth. from this county. All of them were adjourned since In domestic affairs," j every seventeen years, and to avoid 5 per cent of those taken in tho The boys who registered June 5. said Mr. Sherman. "Was there over a missing them ono must go to all tho whole district, It was said, would bo hoys went the usual route over tho UUGGY WHEELS GO ROUXD. g found to bo "willful slackers or politics with tho llrst shows. It may M. H. & E. via Owonsboro. Tho Sparks show, exhibiting noro executive officer noxt only to tho Tho federal order prohibiting tho be properly said that this was tho hundreds of mothers, uso of automobiles for Sunday pleas- most cheerful bunch of boys that President shuffled about as plunder Tuesday, was a clean and pleasing cntortnlnment. Tho old shell gamo 'wives and sisters besieged tho "co- ure rides was genoi'nlly observed has left Hartford slnco tho first to suit partisan ends?" where In many Instances features of tho rrals." and Usurped Government Powers. Sunday, and it is expected a saving 'drafted men were sent. Tho young In criticizing Col. Houso, Senator small town show of twenty years ago j prisoners had simply left ttielr regls-jtratl- of $6,000,000 In gasoline will bo sav- er men are moro care free, and fondand classification cards at ed was conspicuous by their absence Shorman said as porsonal represent.-!er of adventure than older 'ones, nnd for each day so observed. i whllo Tho menagerlo was tho best over seen ' homo, tho women obtained tho pieces tlvo onvoy of tho Prosldont will ride, and more this fact porhaps accounts for tho But tho folks nbroad ho "oxerclsed unofficial and in Hartroru aim mo ring ouiunum-me- 'of pasteboard which moant liberty for buggies wero in uso Sunday than wo good cheer that prevailed at tho elenn and entertaining. Tho 'tho suspects. In othor case? whero havo seen for sometime. Young mon, powers of government" and , usurped beforo ontralnment. Tho bunch "his gratutlous advlco to settle tho exhibition hero Tuesday will lnsuro nrlsoners had wilfully evaded tho old men, women nnd children wero sent yesterday brings tho total numdlsputo provoked tho derision tho Sparks shows a liberal patron- call of duty, all tho women could do out on tho roads In the oldfashloned ber of drafted men sent from tho Gormnny and tho impatlenco of tho age when It may bo pleased to play a was weep, and plead in vain for their way. Some of tho buggies showed county to about G50. They woro: return engagement at tho Ohio coun- relatives' release. Allies." Mack Logsdon, Roslne. some of them feeding want of paint and As tho task of housing, Dcclnrlng tho Admlnstratlon seoks ty capital. Charllo Flenor, Equality. rattled like a mowing machine in nml I'linnllni? tlin snsnnrts becamo candioven to dlctato Republican Herbert Evans, Phllpot, R. 4. gear, but It was a ride, and everyI hourly moro serious, Mr. DeWoody body was enjoying it. We may yet redates in Hopublican States, the Sen- PROHIBITION' (JETS Ira Green Haven, Cromwell. SETHACK IX SEXATE conferred horo with Gov. Whitman ator said, "Ford is to bo made SenaWalter Douglas, Barrett's Ferry. turn to moro primitive customs beregarding tho problem. tor from Michigan by oxccutlvo orHobart Hoaglnnd, Hartford, R. 3. foro the Kaiser and his six sons aro Washington, Sopt. 3. Final voto Women aided in tho raids by driv- hung to a der." Jno. Addison Howard, Rockport. Jlbbet in Berlin. Denouncing what ho described as on tho prohibition emergency agricul- ing many of the hundreds of automom Arnold Johnson, Fordsvlllo. Socialistic plans of "a cotoro of pol- tural appropriation bill, with Its rid- biles used ill transporting prisoners Jesse Lyons, Reynolds. PHESS PREFERS PEACE. iticians plldcd and plated by a group er for national prohibition next July, from police stations to armories. Arthur Leo Balrd, Hartford, R. 7. intelloc-tualB," was blocked in tho Senato again toof theorizing, Intolerant Geo. Win. Roby, Reynolds, R. 2. Press Wilson camo before Judge A PUSH AXD A PULL. continued: day by discussion of appropriations Senator Shorman Stoy Hurt, Narrows. Cook last weok and sworo out peaco "Government control Is a moro designed to stimulate farm producwurrants for Mack Allen and Golden Shown, Hartford. conAlong with Capt. Cox and a big wife and Virgil Stewart. Wilson . Wm. Evorott Royal, Rosino. naino. As now exorcised by this Ad- tion. Leaders, however, woro W, ' M mlnstratlon It is tho threshold of fident that tho mcasuro would bo bunch of kids, wo watched tho show alleges that the parties named con-plrWiu. Jesso Hudson, Llvormore, unload Tuosday morning. And wo saw togothor to do him bodily harm, 11. 2. W i'A pormanont political ownership and disposed of ilk in u sight worth whllo. Tho tent polo and did nbuso villify and threaten operation. Archlno Thomas Burgess, Beaver weighing perhaps fivo tons, him with violence. Favoring peaco Dam, R. 1. I wagon, "On all questions related to labor VILLA THE ItAXIHT AUA1X IX LIMELIGHT Iran over an ombarkmout whllo un and goodwill in tho community WilPresident, Squire B. Taylor, Hartford, R. 2. onipors Is prnctlcally loading, and was with much difficul- son asks tho court to put the parties Cornelius Simpson, Renfrew. llurleson controls tho physical agenEl Paso, Tox., Sept. 3. A force ty gotten back on tho railroad grado. named under bonds to keep it. All Edgar Ford, Horso Branch. cies for communication of thought, Chas. E. Williams, Beaver Dam and McAdoo tho railways and coun- of COO Mexican fedornl troops aro Eight groat hoavy draft horses wero tho parties livo in tho Horso Branch try's finances. Strip off tho mask of pursuing Francisco Villa, and dofon-slv- o attached to tho wagon, but were not community, R. 3. , works aro being thrown up about able to budge, it. The showmen then um nllaged Government ownership and PROGRESS OF THE WAR. LEMXE IMPHOV1XG. rovoaled political Chihuahua City as tho result of nn unloaded their herd of olophants, und sco behind it tho F4 y engagement last Thursday two big five ton olophants woro driven ownership and control of Gompors, Copenhagen, Sopt. 3. Tho condiTho fiercest battle of the war has McAdoo for partisan when about 200 men woro killed at to tho back end of tho wagon and the Burleson nnd W purposes, to bo used relentlessly to Pilar do Concho, whore tho Villlstns word given for u push and a pull, tion of Nikalol Lenino, Bolshevik raged now, with terrific violence, for it elect party candidates now and in lured tho regulars by a ruso, accord- but tho load did not move. Tho forces Premier, has so Improved that physi- fifty days. After tho fourth day, when ing to an Amorlcan arriving here to- woro reformed nnd a second offen- cians consider all danger passed, ac- tho tide of battle turned in favor of 1920 a President. adjourned. Worse, moro day. Tho American said tho federals sive ordered. Again tho eight big cording to a Moscow dispatch receiv- the Allies, tho Hun began his slow "Politics Normans leaned to their collars and ed through Berlin. but certain movemout toward" his own rampant, rancorous partisan politics lost about 120 men. Jto-dnl nl track-marke2,-2ol ac-tlc! I I long-sufferi. ex-ra- y, -,ht the mammoth pachcrdcrms, goaded to their tasks, with a bellow that MEN WHO VOLUNTEER could bo heard for blocks, tho eleTO HOLD REGISTRATION UP phants, with their mnsslvo heads against the rear end of tho wagon, m " V INSANITY INQUEST. Miss Ethol Webb, who lives north of Hartford, was tried in county court Monday in a lunacy inquest, and will bo sent to tho asylum nt Hopkins-vill- e. Miss Webb was afflicted with, typhoid fever about twenty years ago7 and never fully recovered from tho effect of It. She has suffered with periodic mental trouble for many years but recently grew decldely worse, and her mother thought It best to send her to tho State Hospital for tho Insapo where she could be treated. Miss Webb is about thirty years "" rt old. m Jf ex-ra- ht I tlmo-servln- To-nig- ht AX EXPLAXATIOX. short-changi- nt do-p- ot at Our attention has been called to tho possible misconception of tho used last week In reporting tho filing of a damage suit against Barnes Brothors, of Beaver Dam. We said tho suit had been filed "for tho killing" of tho young lady. "On account of tho killing" moro proporly conveys tho Idea wo had in mind, but tho nrticlo further oxplained tho circumstances by stating tho defendants had becomo such only by tho reason of tho ownership of ono of tho cars in the collision, and there was no Intimation of personal responsibility. As wo stated, the car in question was driven by anothor person and Barnes Brothers knew nothing of tho accident until they heard of it by public report. Wo expressed no opinion, ns wo had none, as to who was responsible for the accident. CHOWX PRINCE AND vor-bla- go ed LUDEXDORFF DISAGREE all-da- Wash!ngon, Sept. 3. Dispatches from Switzerland say Crown Prlnco Ruprecht of Bavaria Is in completo disagreement with Gen. Ludendorff. Tho crown prince, it is said, opposed tho last German offensive, holding-tha- t tho Germans had noUher tho moans nor thn strategic pobltloiu to Ho wished to retire, bo successful but the German command fented tho discontent that this step woull awak'a In llavarlu. It Is suggested that this situation may explain why the crown priui-has gono home on a long vacation. TO REGISTER SEPTEMBER 12 New Bill Approved Drafting Men From 18 TO 45. The following bulletin from Mr. Hoover has been received by Fred M. 13,000,000 TO ENROLL Sackett, tho fedcrnl food ndmlnstrn-to- r Meadoravllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of " nt Louisville, yesterday giving tho Sovcnty years of Buccessfal vie hat Hlgginbotham, of this town, 6ayr "At conservation program to bo followed Those In 18th Year To Be my age, which is C5, tho liver does made Thedford's In Kentucky nfter September 1st, standard, household remedy. Evory; 1!1S, Mr. Hoover says: Subject to Educational not act so well as when young. A few "Tho recent careful survoy by the member, of every family, at times, Programme. years ago, my stomach was all out of food admlnstrntors of tho United linkers. need tho help that can 45. Slates, France, England, and Italy, of fix. I was constipated, my liver glvo In cleansing tho system "In compliance with general situaand re "This is not a now policy. A cen- tho food resources of tho two huntion above, the following alterations didn't act My digestion was bad, and lloving tho Q1 troubles that como from Atl Minn tury and n quarter ago it was dcllb- dred twenty million peoples lighting Allf VrnnlidtiTtnn crately ordained by thoso who wero ngalnst Germany, shows that to main- arc made in rules and regulations It took so llttlo to upset me. My constipation, Indigestion, lazy liver, from IS to 45 years of ago In tho con- -, governing baking trado: responsible for tho safety and was gone. I was very weak... etc You cannot keep well unless your tain enough supplies and nccossary tlnental United States, except thoso then Rulo 1 A. Tho consumption of 'defense of tho nation that tho duty reserves against disaster thcro must I decided I would glvo in the army or navy or already regis- In bakery products not stomach, liver and bowels aro In good mlltltary servico should rest upon be maintained in all countries a con wheat flour tcred, were summoned by President, of able-bo- d to exceed seventy per cent of tho a thorough trial as I knew it working order. Keep them that way ed men between tho ages all servation of wheat flour during tho Wilson today to register for military rcclnd-ed- . was highly recommended for this Try of IS and 45. So now wo accept and coming year. It has been agreed that 1917 consumption Is hereby ...... It acts promptly, n.i.,..i-- v sant. io ,.. -- -. j, OS.I.H.l.,ll i...-....Hill M.o ..l.tltrnHr... .vIllM. (hP no. trouble. I began taking It. '' I felt gently and in a natural way. If yoo Machinery of tho provost marshal the wheat bread of allies shall con "Rulo 2 A. Wheat flour substian obligation expressed in,. general's olllco was set In motion , tnbllshcd. tain twenty per cent other grains tutes for bakers remain as hereto- better after a fow doses. My nppetito feci Blugglih, tako a doise tonight carry out tho second great enrollment than wheat and It is only Just that fore, with the exception of ryo which Improved and I became stronger. My Tou will feel fresh toaorrow, Pxlc now. We solemnly purpose n we . --. In this i.li our should ,...u.w-- nrnillliinlinn. I - until U..U. n nrnalilntif tn !..-- w dec,8lTe of anns deber. saving and bear bread share be at will be a substitute when used upon bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package One otni should our sued soon nfter the president had , . n basis of not less than forty per cent, , ,h AB drugfir m law .nmm iwvu ttfMwu nt . act ox nliriinil tlin now least universal with those who aro mllltnrry manpower of the nation to suffering more greatly from tho war which Is two pounds rye flour to every l ages. The bill, comtending tho draft threo pounds standard wheat flour. tho accomplishment of that purpose. pleted In Congress yesterday, had than ourselves. ryo Is used In this proportion When "The younger men have from the "Distribution and transportation been sent to the White Houso for the no other first been ready to. go. They have circumstances in tho United States or a greater proportion, president's signature today soon after furnished voluntary enlistments out render It necessary to rely very large- substitutes are required. If loss than the Houso and Senate convened. of all proportion to their numbers. ly on voluntary action In our homes this proportion of ryo flour is used It Is estimated that at least military authorities regard them to enforce this mixture. The Victory the difference between such amount men will register this time, Our used and forty per cent must bo having the highest combatant is the duty of the telephone compared with nearly 10,000,000 on as bread so made is wholesome and made up of other substitutes. qualities. Their youthful enthusiasm, G A. Bakers tho first registration of men from their virile eagerness, their gallant there Is no difficulty In preparation. will bo repulred "Rule ascertain We desire to einphnslzo the fact that to use one pound substitutes to each 21 to 31 on June 5, 1917. Of those spirit of daring make them the adwho enroll now it is said that2,300,-00- 0 the mixtures outlined below are for four pounds wheat flour In all bakery all who see them In acmiration of wheat bread and the saving of wheat products including bread except class will bo called for general miliwanted and ring the bell of the party They covet not only the diss Hour, but thoy are not intended to of tion. tary service, probably tinction of serving in this great war, dlsplaco tho large use of corn bread. three A. crackers in which only ten tho number coming from among tho per cent substitutes other than rye the called party is slow called. memories also tho inspiring We must use the mixture with wheat are requred. Tho use of the name 3,500,000 or more between the ages but which hundreds of thousands of them of IS and 21. flours In addition to our normal victory wll bo allowed In all products is as helpless as answer will cherish through the years to For this of corn bread. Gen. March has said all registrants 4 como of a great day and n great purpose, regulations are formulated containing the above proportions of called into tho army will be in Franco substitutes. D servico for their country and for are. below effective September first. before next June 30, swelling the Ilctisioiis of lreious Utile mankind. "Providing first for tho preparaAmerican expeditionary force to more "Tho previous rules limiting li reg"Only a portion of those who tion and marketing by the manufacthan 4,000,000 men expected to win ister will be called upon to bear turing and distributing trades of tho censes, millers, wholesalers, or whole tho war in 1919. Tho last to be call- arms. Those who are not physically salers to retailers. In combination Most of what you might country of mixed flour complying with substitutes or certificates there ed will be the youths in their eighfit will be excused; those exempted teenth year, but thoso of that age by alien allegiance; those exempted with the International policy, which for, and the rulo restricting tho sale subis "slow service" is caused by who deslro and who have the neceswill be available for purchase by the to seventy per cent previous sales, are by alien relieved of their present re sary qualifications may be inducted household. rescinded. Manufacturers of alimen sponsibilities; above all, those who answering promptly. scribers into servico on Oct. 1, .for special "Second. In regulations covering tary pastes and wheat breakfast foods cannot bo spared from the civil and technical or vocational training. the caso where straight wheat flour aro jmuci to their normal consump-i- s Industrial tasks at home upon which sold by retailers that at tho same You can help the service by answer Draft Hoards Will Conduit It. wheat or wheat mmr wUh un the success of our armies depends as time twenty per cent of other cereal ,ierstandinK that they arc not to un- Registration this time will be con- much as upon the fighting at the -colncidentally. duly expand their ordinary consumptelephone promptly. ducted as heretofore by the local front. Hut all must be registered flours must bo sold "Third, requiring that all bakers tion of wheat. draft boards. All federal, state, in order that selection for military per cent "Rules prohibiting the starting of county and municipal olllcers are service may be made Intelligently and bread shall contain twenty of other cereals, and tho food admin- now plants ready for operation prior called upon to aid the boards in their with full Information. IVben you Telephone Smite istration relies upon the householders to July tho first 191S are- rescinded. work, to preserve order and to round of the country to mix at least twenty "Whero millers sell directly to conup slackers. All registrants will be per cent of the substitute cereals Into sumers they shall obey samo regulaclassified as quickly as possible un- - How Any Girl Can the wheat Hour at home for all uses. tions as retail dealers. rJer the questionnaire system and a Have Pretty Eyes "Corn meal for use of corn bread nOOVER." (drawing will be held at the capitol to No girl is pretty if her eyes are should bo purchased separately from foregoing announcement has The fix the order of registrants in their red, strained or have dark rings. combination sales. among othor things the fallowing efrespective classes. ONE WASH with pure Lavoptk eye Heady Mixed Flour For Sale As VicIncorporated fect upon Kentucky rules-:- . The provost marshal general's eseyes a tory Mixed Flour (1) It does away with tho rulo as timate today places the number of wash will brighten the you and with Its surprise "It Is desired to Insure supply of to a farmer getting twelve pounds men under 21 now in the army at week's use will W--W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. INCREDIBLE results. A small bot- ready mixed flour on market and of flour per month per porson from 245,000 and the number of those eyes to hav,p millers and dealers of all his own wheat without substitutes. often makes tle Lavoptlk from 32 to 45 at 165,000. vivacious. The kinds encourage use and sale of this run them qven half of tho winter. (2) It does away with tho six STATUS OF COLLEGE MAX The hours of registration will be healthy, sparkling and change will please you. Alum- flour so that country may bo on a pounds per person per month as to FIXED Ui: WAR MKIWRTMKXT Theso people must bo supplied in 7 a. in. to 9 p. m., and all state quick from necessity of eye cup FREE. Harrel Bros, mixed flour basis without cases with coal from somo flour, and docs away wftn- - tile rules and local officials are called on to inum 6 retailers making combination sales of limiting The military status of tho college source and that sourco scouis to bo tho sales to twenty-fou- r arrangements for druggists at Rockport. make Immediate such mixed pounds to town customers and forty-eigflour and substitutes. All mm in tin; ranks of the Students' from a municipal coal pile. maintenance of registration places flours made according to tho followAJIMV DELIGHTED pounds to country customers. Army Training: Corps and his relation Some small towns and largo citlos on that day. IIY NEW DRAFT LAW ing regulations should bo labeled vic(3) It mattes It obligatory upoaalL to. the draft liavo been cleared up by have already seen tho need for such within tho new ages, i. AH men tory mixed flour, and aro to be label- retail dealers to sell theso substltuets n War Department decision. Tho stu- - and it behooves other cities to follow whether citizens of the United States Army In ed with the Ingredients In order of with wheat flour which is unmixed. With Tho American enristed. already in tho their leaders. or not, must register unless they are proportion. Previously the miller was required military sanWCo of tho United Status. lloston will establish a municipal representa- France, Aug. 31. The enactment of their diplomatic or consular meas-ur"The flours so mixed must be mill- to sell tho substitutes ro tho retailor; Ulon reaching; draft age ho becomes coal pilo of u. minimum ot 117,000 tho new American man-powtives of foreign nations. the news of which spread thru ed in accordance with tho standards now tho o&Hgation it transferred ttv subject to registration, whenever die tons. This coat will bo sold In 50 and In case of Illness on the day of reg(, administrathe Hues today, brought expressions of the United States food(except pan- the retailer In his bales. President directs. IIu Is. then plrxrcd 100 pound bags to thoso unfortunate istration arrangements for tardy en- of general satisfaction from tho tion. No mixed flours by his local board. Tho enough to bo forced to this sourco of (4) It does away with tho No. 1 in class local rollment may bo made with army in France. The men cake flours) shall bo made or manu- yellow certificate, and even the man draft boa rl will not include him In supgly. Cttiveland will have a coal boards, and men who expect to be abonly the Immense re- factured except In tho exact propor- who raises his owra corn must aow calls for induction as long as lie re supply of 10,000 tons. Other cities may register hero realize not sent from their homes buy his twenty pot cent substitutes mains In cnu S. A. T. C sources It brings to the aid of the tions us outlined below. aro doing tho samo. by mall sulllclently in advanco so that government "Mixed wheat and barley flour with his wheal Hour. On the day tho order number of in tho pursuit of tho war, Man poorer and brains will win reaches the proportion of four tho registration record r (C) hi tho salo of wheat flour iho is reached! tho this war and a mau can not bo effibut that It also guarantees unsparing shall be In tho bar-ye- y board by Sept. 12. If a man has no what they have be pounds wheat flour to ono pound twenty per cent of substitutes must fact Is imported to tho collegu? presi- cient In his work it his homo life is permanent resldenco ho Is to regis- efforts to contlnuo Hour. Mixed wheat and corn flour bo sold by retailers or by millers sell dent, to the commanding officer, and micomfortablo and a cause for worry. gun. proportion of four ing ter at tho place whero ho Is on Sept. So Tho high command Is particularly shall contain tho direct to tho consumer, at thu to Tho Adjutant General. A. report 12, and thoso out of tho country on moral effect tho pounds wheat flour to ono pound corn samo time ns tho purcliaso of tho upon the mans record as a Htudent- With it being, a published and Interested In the barley and that day aro required to enroll with- measure will have upon the enemy. Hour. Mixed wheat, Hour not tho day before nor soldier and as a tcliolar Is put before known fact that a coal shortago Is propor- - wheat in five dajs after their return. ills iiinii.nnwnr In now conceitedly at corn flour shall contain tho tho War Department's committco on inevitable, tho General council of tho day after. pounds wheat flour to Kiluwilv Voutlis of Thoso buying victory mixed education and special training with LoulsUUo HhouM tako steps ImmediIts weakest point and his replacement tions of eight corn At least 13.000,000 men will place sources aro limited, and tho military lone pound barloy and ono pound flour, graham flour, or whglo wheat thu r commendation that lt be called ately co enable tho board ot works to bo called authorities count upon a reaction in Hour. Mixed wheat and ryo flour shall flours do not need to buy nny substi at orjio to an officers' t nulling camp, pricrad with Us plans for a municipal thomsolvos In position to ,nrin i... r.nrniMiiv as a stronK contain tho proportion of threo tutes with It. called to an Army camp, or pormltted coal pllo that will supply tho needs ot lor war ssorvlco undor tho now regis- h. ., ii.w pounds wneai nour io onu iiuuuu iju only thoso without factor of tho winter situation. tration, although (7) Comity administrators must to cjmpleto college truiiulig by trans- tho city's various Institutions nnd entlro wheat, or got in touch with all retailors within dependent!, In good health and oth prcwldo an omorgoncy resorvo for the. fer to tho Enlisted Uohervu Cor(. It may bo btated that from tho flour. Wholo wheat, qualified for arduous duties J commuiider - lii - clilcf and tho general graham Hour, or meal, shall contain their counties and make sure that city's poor. erwlso five per cent of tho of soldier life aro to bo taken first. they understand their obligation In hiatt ,lown to tho rank and file every at least ninety If your child is palo and sickly, encouraged and wheat neir in their eighteenth year Youths regard to tho salo of tho substitutes T;Icks at the uoso, ntarts in. tho o is immeasurably In Children. "All tho abovo victory mixed flours as above set forth. will bo placed in a soparato group, heartened by tho passage of the act. sleep and grinds tho teeth while For dlarrhoon in children ono year may bo sold without substitutes, but tho War Department has announced, (8) Theso rules become effective sleeping, ft Is a sure sign of worms. old or older you will find nothing betat no greater prlco from tno minor, September lst.1918. t'liiitiilit'i'liiiii'.H Coimli Ili'inwly. to bo bubject to a special education A remedy for theso parasite will bo tor than Chuiuberlaln'B Colic programme, and will not bo called This Is not only one of the beBt and 'wholesaler, or retail dealer than In and M. SACKETT. FRED found In Whlto's. Cream Vcrmltugtj. until tho i) apply or other available most olllclent medicines for coughs, tho case of standard wheat flour, Food Admlustrator Fur It not only clears out tho worms, but Dlarrtiooa Remedy, followed by a Fodoral doso of men In tuu new classes is exhaust- colds, croup and whooping cough.but Retail Sale of Standard Wheat Flour Kentucky. it rchtores health and c&eorfuluefis. nt hand castor oil. It should bo kept and given ns soon as tho first "Tho now regulations supersede m is also pleasant to take, which is im- - j ed. Prico GOc per bottlo. Sold by Ohio rulo. Tho retail dealer unnatural loosenoss of tho bowels apThis doe not mean that tliolr call- portant when a medlclno must bo tho fifty-fift- y Swellings of tho flesh caused by in- County Drug Co. in pears. ing Mill oe long doferrcd. however, irlvon to voting chlldron. Chamber - selling stundard wheat Hour Is ro- - flammation, cold, fractures of tho m to carry in stock either barloy inasmuch as It lias been announced lluln's Cough Remedy has been In uso quired bono, toothache, neuralgia or rheuFILL THE COAL RUCKIM'. GERMANY'S I.OSSKS KKVKIUJ. that al! Mien in tho now registration for many years and has met with flour, corn meal, or corn nour, anu matism can bo relieved by applying accopte.l for general servlro will bo1 much favor whorever Its good qua! with ovory salo of wheat flour must Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should A coal shortago this winter Is InZurich, Aug. 31. "aormony's lossunder arm by Juno .10, 1919. Tho ltloH have become known. Many soil a combination of somu ono or bo woll rubbed in ovor tho part afllghtlcbs nights es liavo beon much moro serious than evitable. Already unquall- - moro of theso In tho proportion of man-powbill makes no specific mothors liavo given it their great healing and pene- have been put Into forco and fected. Its thcro thoso of Kngland, who can roly on of fled endorsement. Win. Scruby. Chll- - ono pound substitute to each four trating power eases tho pain, reduces for soparato classification Is no doubt that othor restrictions hor colonial possessions," Depart- iipoMio Ain . wrltns. "I liavo raised nounds of wheat flour. No doalor swelling boys, and War declares restoros natural condi- may follow. Factorios and and homes tho Augsborgor Zeltung. ment plans for tholr treatment huvo threo children, liavo always used! may forco any other substitutes In tions. Prico 25e, BOc and $.1.00 per "A ronunlcatory peaco Is bettor fjk. been mude m executive ini'.'nilvo Chumberlaln's Cough Remedy and combination upon tho consumer, and bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug will bo put on a limited basis of coal consumption. than prolongation of tho war for a Although tho "work or fight" found it to bo tho best for toughs, .theso substitutes must conform to tho Co. m Tho public has been advised and slnglo year. Germany must mako con clause, which would havj nfi'iot'd colds ami croup, it Is pleasant to standards fixed by tho United States urged by Fuel Adminstrator Garfield cessions if she wants tho war to end Thero aro somo' striking workmen was taken out of tnko. Both adults and chlldron like food udmlnstratlon. to "lay In your supply of coal early." before tho wholo European culturo tho bill before passago yostorday, it. My wife and I have always felt localities whero othor substitutes aro is annihilated. Any hopes regarding Crowdor has safo from croup with It in tho houso." available and which retailers may Provost Marshal-GonorFOR FLETCHER'S aro many who have not the tho efficiency of submarlno warfare 1'lanncd to apply vigorously rogula-Jlou- u Chamberlain's Cough Remedy con wish to carry. In order to meet this j : money to lay la a supply of coal to uro illusiouury." in sltuatlou the following flours may relating to idle men or thoso en- - talus no opium or other nacotlc. Black-Draught.Black-DraugBlack-Draught gaged in nonessential employment to tho nowly registered men. Tho manpower bill was signed today by presiding officers of tho Houso and Senate and sent to Iho White Houso for tho President's signature, which made tho measure law. Tho President at once signed and Issued tho proclamation carrying tho now draft provisions Into action. Proclamation of WINoii. After citing tho law and stating the regulations for registration, tho president's proclamation read as follows: "Fifteen months ago tho men of the country from 21 to .11 years of nco were reclstcred. Threo months ago, again this month those who had Just reached the ago of 21 wore added. It now remains to include all men between the ages of IS and NEW RULE BY FOOD ADMINISTRATION Regulations For Manufacture And Sale Of Flour &c. also bo Bold In such combinations in lieu of tho above flours If the consumer so demands, at ratio of one pound to each four lioiinds of wheat flour. That Is kaffir flour, mllo flour, fcterltn flour and meals, rlco flour, oat flour, peanut flour, bean flour, potato flour, sweet potato flour, and buckwheat flour. Puro ryo flour, or meal may he sold as a substitute but must bo sold in proportion of nt lenst two pounds of ryo with three pounds wheat flour. "Tho foregoing rules apply to all custom and exchange transactions ns woll as sales of flour to farmers, unless modified by special announce ment of tho federal food ndmlnatra-tio- n of tho state where the mill Is located, acting with tho approval of tho zone committee. LIVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD Says 65 yeir Old Kentucky Lady, Who Telb How She Wat Relieved After a Few Doses of Black-Draugh- t. ',,, .Q Black-Broug- . BUck-Draugh- t. J ' ! I . 1 ninn-now- er .....' ' ad !." Prompt Answers It operator to' the number to If the operator 58 two-third- you think the not ing your 4 Oi CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRkPH COMPANY ht d'Kiit-soldlcr- ih o, r.-- !. () .. ..... DlM-tlioc- ' pro-xisl- ' al Children Ory CASTO R A ATTENTION TO POLITICS! Ily WILL II. HAYS Again I urg thnt what wo need nlwayi In this country Is not "less politics" hut more attention to politics. Tho sons of America nro n fighting today In Franco to make IS thnt mon In till corners of tho world forever shall havo tho right to govern thomsolvcq. Here, In 1918, wo .MISSOURIAN DROWSES ON TRIP havo thnt privilege nnd It Is our duty ON "LEAKY ROOF" ROUTE, to exercise It. Tho Republican party BEES RED AND TALKS IN calls upon every man to cxcrclso his HIS SLEEP. voting right now nnd to do It Intelligently nnd nftor full discussion and consideration. To do less Is to PICTURE shirk the supremo duty of a sovereign MAWS REALISTIC citizenship nnd to squander worso impression Left Awakens Him to Hit than recklessly 'tho richest hcritpgo with which wo nro endowed. Tho wnr Country's Need or Money to does not lessen, tho wnr accentuates, Win the War. thoso responsibilities. Wo will nccept this responsibility. Wo Insist thnt n fair contest for Tho "Leaky Hoof" winds n devious political power Is no less an antisepJpnth 200 miles from KtMBas City to Springfield. It moves leisurely, de- tic In war times thnn In poaco times. liberately, dignity, In fact, In war times wo regu'lrc oven without but through fcrtllo Missouri territory. more than in poaco times tho most 'Ono must bo profllgato of tlmo and careful scrutiny of tho principles' of wholly unhurried It ho makes the tho candidates which nro to rulo us. trip. Ho inUBt bo patient and long Tho Republican party pledges thnt suffering. Content to go today and nvnru mnn almll tin n ninn Hitnrpmnlvv .. ,.- .VJIXltJ ....... J...... ww .return tomorrow. A glutton for pun believing In ono flag land ono peoplo for this country. Trnvorslng n purely fanning coun- 'try Its patrons aro largely of tho Every candidate- will ho a man who wholly farm. Many of them nro well along will repudiate every nolo not 'In life, well provided with this loyal nnd denounco nny support not wholly patriotic: ho will ho willing world's goods. Most of them aro to move slowly. Few complain. to give his nil and tho country's all ... i, . ,. .j Along tho road they havo plenty of lor UIO nmsi viKuruus luuautuiiuu ii tlmo to estimate their neighbors' the wnr, will strlvo Irrevocably for a 'crops. I)tB of tlmo for war talk. ponce by victory and will never perFarmer Moore hoarded tho train mit a traffic In principles. A Repubo nt Clinton. To get things going lican victory this fall will mean priho left homo ho had arisen early. marily one thing, an Tho morning was hot, the air lfumld. vigorous prosecution of tho war. A As It chanced few were aboard whom means n war ho knew. Shortly he wn3 dozing and Republican Congress warranty foon ho was snoring nudlbly. Mean-whll- o Congress which will he a stop the coach of Its own performances nnd a with each lazy guaranteo of n conipleto fulfillment filled nioro nnd more. Somewhere up nbovo Urlch Farm- of duty by every department of tho er Moore uWoko with a cry that cut government. Wo Insist that there bo tho humid, stifling air of tho coach no partisanship In anything that like tho wnll of a tortured soul. Ho touches tho war and that which we struggled to his feet shading Hko demand from tho party In power we 'an aspen, his face working spasmod- Irrevocably pledgo for ourselves. ically, his eyes filled with liorror 1 urge that thcro bo no contest In And with every breath ho this country ns to nny thing thnt 'moaned like nn animal stricken to touches tho war, between any Inditho denth. viduals or between any political Farmer Moore's Bad Dream. except that contest who It wns flvo minutes beforo Farmer parties, Jlooro vas sufficiently recovered to best enn serve, who best can give. explain. "Last night," ho said, shudA Republican Congress means, furdering, "I read about tho Hun In- ther, that we shall 'Immediately begin All night I a sane preparation for the vasion of Belgium. great idrenmed of 1L Tills was another problems which will como after tho dream but nearer 'home! war. Every nation In Europe on both "I dreamed I was driving home sides of tho fighting lino aro today from Deep Water. As I topped tho preparing for peace. The United tIso on tho pike east of tho farm States alone, of nil tho flnt class I heard shots, scattering nnd In volIs driftIn leys. And then Great God, what a powers engaged waysthis war. moment of the ing along tho spectaclel Gray-clnd- , helmeted sands filled th valley. They over without thought of tho preparation ran tho roads and fields. They were for the morrow. This we doclaro to bo typical of .the policies of our oppoherding tho stock, firing tho tho barns nnd houses. Shoot-lin- g nents. We declaro that it Is not an down tho men and rounding up essential "part of tho conduct of tho tho women. war, but Is an Ingrained character"It seemed that madness suddenly istic of our opponents' shortsighted possessed me, I drove down the policy. Just ns no prcparaton was 'road with old "Betsy at a dead run, made for war In 1914,1915, or 191G, my heart crying murder, ray voice Just so In 1918 Is no preparation shouting curses. Ueforo my burning being made for peace. Aj?alnst this bouse wore a dozen officers. From fatuous ease wo declare a contheir midst my girl called to mo, and structive opposition. tl saw red. And then ono of them Our party projects its vision Into isald something and a dozen rifles tho reconstruction period. Jt proposes Tirere turned upon mo. d to take concrete nccount sf tho very "That's when I woko up." Ho again and put up a trembling mnny vital probloms that will con"And Wends, I think I've front this nation once peace Is de.hand. woke up in another way. I haven't clared, not only our Internal probAnd lems which Will bear most heavily upJod help me! dono my duty. J don't bellovo you've dono yours. on ns for solution, but of like ImporIWo don't want ray German Invasion tance, tho now problems, foreign as lot America, We 'Wnnt those murder--, yet to our experience, which this najing Huns put down forever. And, cleIwe'vo got to help, each man as he. tion must solve ns an essential ment of Its new destiny as a world 'can. "We want to remember this im blood, the coming Fourth "Liberty Loan. And' power. Wo have pledged our from forgive him. V our wealth, our Industry to free ilf any man falls, God don't believe, now, that I ever could." a militaristic tyranny tho people of tho earth. Phrases will not accomupDO YOU HELP THE ENEMY? plish this, and not even victories on the hattlo flolfl will accomplish It unless behind these victories stand Great English Statesman Says Money a sano, practical business-lik- e proSpent for Luxuries Aid gram lit to meet on equal hutlness the Hun. terms tho programs of all European nations. Hero are a fow points on thrift Wo aro ns unpreparod for peace as Iglven by tho British Chancellor of She Exchequer which aro worthy of wo wero for war. Though this country Is today riding emulation by Americans: of a gigantic war pre Livca must be lived more simply. ltho hlgh-tld- o Personal, household and business paration, it Is nevertheless under Its expenses must be reduced to the present government still "watchfully minimum. waiting." "Watchfully waiting" Is no Surplus weokly or monthly earn- less fallacious now than In 1915 nnd ings, over necessary expenditures, 191G. The fact that tho pilot's horizon must be Invested straightway In war has enlarged from tho borders of securities. of the wldo Current balances at the banks1 Mexico to the confines be kept as small ns possible,1 world does not decroas, but rather should land tho money Invested In war bonds. Increases, tho Iniquity of this peaceful Ineptitude. A groater shame than Nobody's money can be neutral, t Money lent to tho country fights any of the past will presently he upon Ifor tho country. us If this now failure continues. Tho Money Bpent on luxuries and noni Republican party proposes vigorously 'essentials is helping the enemy. to prevent the continued riding of our Ship of Stato in these doldrums. We JMorate In German Army Declining. will nut her noso Into the open sea, A capiurcu secrei oraor oi uou. with tho signal "Full steam ahead." m Von Ludendorft indicates that the morale of the Germans is giving way wiinn vnn ImvA nn nphov. atrotchv under tho pounding of the Alllos. The feollng nnd you nro dull, tired and order states that "men on leavo have ' discouraged It is a sign of approach spoken publicly of a revolution that ing malaria or chills. You should Is to break after the wur." The Ger- jmnn general wants all men on leave act quickly to ward off an nttnek. you need. 'to bo searched to boo that they do Ilorblne offers you the help with which It destroys tho malarial germ.drlves (not curry with thorn you (to carry Into execution their threats. out all Impurities and makes A. prompt subscription of tho Fourth feel bright,- - vigorous and cheerful. iLlfcerty Loan will help to bring the Prlco COc. Sold By Ohio County. Drug m ur to a. ensily end. v Co. cor-tnld IF' A VETERAN WHALER TELLS STORY OF SEA Old Time Thrills of Game Still Fills Hearts Of Men. 12. Tho of whale fishing still exists, with nil Its ancient thrills, according to Captain O. Earllng, an experienced whaler nnd owner of n fleet of whalers near Port Armstrong, Alns-k- a. Hero tho United States Whaling Company Is oporntlng under tho Earllng. of Captain This veteran hunter has n high for the sperm whalo for several rcasonB. Prlmnrlly It Is ono of the most profitable of tho big ocean mammals to hag. Tho sperm whalo unllko many of tho other species, hns a big throat aperture. In the stomach of ono captured recently wns found tho following: One devilfish, with feelers 12 feet long, the creature being 20 feet across when spread out; two sharks, ono 12 nnd tho other8 feet long, and an endless variety of smaller fish. According to tho Captain, these wero all In n stato of good preservation, indicating that tho whalo was feeding at the tlmo It was taken. The gender "he" Is correct In speaking of sporm whales of tho Pacific Coast waters. "It Is ono of tho wonders of tho Pacific," said Captain Earllng, "that no females have ever been taken In this ocean. "We have killed around 250 sperm whales at this station since it was cs-- 1 tablishcd In 1912, and none of thorn have been females. I have hunted whales from Panama to the Artie nnd have neither heard of nor seen a the old whaler. "Tho snerm whale Is like a camel, too," said the Captain. "It seems that they store oil In a tank for future use, Just as a camel stores water. Sometimes theso tanks are nearly empty, and again they are full. The size of the creature therefore Is not necessarily an Indication of the of oil thnt may bo found." The average amount of oil found In the tank 13 15 to 30 barrel. Tho blubber also produces many bnriels of a good grade of sperm oil. Tho sperm Is the favorite game hunted by whalers, nut many other varieties are sought and captured. Among thoso commonly taken at Port Armstrong are: Sulphur bottoms that measure up to 90 feet In length; finbacks that attain a length of 50 to JO feet, as do also the sperm whales, and humpbacks, that run around 25 to 30 feet In length. They will all average n ton or more to tho foot of length. A big sperm Is valued by those who capture him at from $3,-0to $5,000. Most whales have a small throat nnd aro provided with gill bones that servo as strainers to let the water out and keep tho small fish In as they open their mouths and closo them again when feeding on schools of small fish, such as herring. But tho spermo whale is not thus supplied. On tho other hand It has teeth, Ivory bnes.on Its lower Jaw, but tho upper part of Its mouth has nothing but gum sockets Into which the teeth on tho lower jaw fit whon the mouth Is closed. These teeth are ground up and form tho raw product out of which compound Ivory blllard balls nro manufactured. Tho whales captured at this station are all made Into fertilizer after tho oil, whalebone nnd ivory have been removed. There Is one other whaling station located at Akutan near Unlmak Pass, Alaska, and it is understood that they are preparing to freeze tho choicer cuts of whale for human consumption. co ro-ga- rd Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations strength I had to to bed. The doctor advised an operation but I would not listen to It. I thought of what I had read about Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and tried it. Tho first bottle brought great relief and six bottles havo entirely cured me. All women who have femalo trouble of any kind should try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a femalo trouble which caused mo much suirenng, and two doctors decided that i would nave to go through an operation before I could get wen. "Ily mother, who had been helped by Lydla E.Plnk- nam s vcgeiaoio uompounu, auviseu mo to try it ue- iore suomuting to nn operation, it. relieved meirom my trouoies so l can uo my nouso worK without any ciiuicuity. nuviso any woman wno is nimcteu witn lemaio troubles to give Lyuia is. I'lnKiinnrs vege- table Compound a trial and it will do as much for them." Mrs. Maiue Hoyd, 1421 Ctb St., XI. j't vuutuu, yuiu. ' Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wis., says: " I suffered from femalo troubles which caused piercing pains Hko a knlfo through my back nnd side. I finally lost nil my go so sj Juneau, Alaska, Aug. & V II h How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. . 41! .. i Every Sick Woman ShdMWrtr If '. LYDIA E. PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND Before Submitting To An Operation LYDIA E.PINKHAM -- MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. be-for- F hay-'stack- s, 00 shud-idore- . fi Good For Biliousness. "Two years ago I suffered from frequent attacks of stomach trouble and Seeing Chamberlain's biliousness. Tablets advertised 1 concluded to try them. I Improved rapidly." Miss m Emma A'erbryko, Lima, Ohio. HUSH BELGIANS TO RHINE. Amsterdnm, Aug. 31. The Germans, according to advices from tho Belgian frontier, aro rushing thousands of Bolglans to the Rhino hank to dig trenches all tho way between Cologno and Switzerland. MAYIIK ( IT 18 FORD'S IDEA. 5. London, Aug. There Is keen international rivalry now in tnnk design. It seems to be generally conceded that tho French have improved upon tho British, but that the latest Dritish pattern pushos It very closely. Tho German models so far do not appear to havo been a success, though they embody some Ingenious fea- ars Ho is an American officer who is responsible for the breathless interest with which wo nre all waiting on this sldo for an American tank of a mysterious typo, which, whllo ho must not glvo nny details away to tho enemy, he says will Incorporate a ploughing and seeding installation, tures. showing no signs of a lowered morale. Every foot of tho way Into Juvlg-n- y GERMAN REPORTS Many Outlaws Are Captured had to bo tested with machine First report: "The Americans will Much Whisky Destroyed gunners, who fought until none was not fight." left to fight. Tho Americans gained Men Killed. ground, tho correspondent addslho Second report: "Tho Americans heaviest shelling with high explo lovo the dollar too much to fight." sives failing to loosen their grip, and Third report: "No Americans com Washington, Aug. 30 Tho biggest not even twelve hours later, when ing over." p of illicit whisky the Germans flooded tho valley with Fourth report: "Some Americans intensive round-uare coming over, but they are few distillers ever undertaken by the Gov- gas. ernment has Just been completed In and untrained." Fifth report: "Tho story that southern mountain districts by reve- DROVES OF GERMANS DESERTING TO ALLIES Amorlcans aro being transported to nue agents under the direction of InFrance in great numbers is a canard; ternal Revenue Commissioner Dantho United States cannot spare tho iel C. Roper.' The activities of the London, Aug. 30. German solhandful of soldiers In its regular agents resulted in the seizure ot 486 diers are flocking to tho British lines. army from the Mexican border, and stills, arrest of 200 moonshiners, kill- An epidemic of desertion threatens Its volunteers aro unfit for service ing of five outlaws and two Sheriffs to demoralize the enemy armies on- and tho wounding of a number of 'poslte the British lines. at the front." report: "Thousands of other government men and liquor Sixth Germans often are encountered"1 American soldiers havo been captur makers. walking toward tho west on tho This systematic campaign of raids roads. They carry packages contained by the German army." Seventh roport: "Our forces were has been under way for eight weeks, ing clean clothes nnd two days' ragreatly outnumbered by tho Ameri mainly in mountains of Tennessee, tions and ask British patrols the way Carolina and South Carolina all dry to tho prisoners' camp. cans." report: Statement of a Ger States but announcement was withEighth The defeats of the last two days y to avoid giving, ad- and man prisoner: "I have heard that held until the continual hammering seem the Americans had a million men at vance information to moonshiners of to have led almost to open mutiny in the activities of a flying squadron of some of the German formations. Thei the front." fourteen experienced revenue agents. 214th German division Is especially do you think now?" "What swiftly from mentioned in This band, working "I think they must have ten mil this connection. comunity to comunlty, cleaned out lion." One officer in this unit said nests of moonshiners who had been absolutely refused in a body to Surgeons ngree that In cases of operating without serious difficulty fight and ho personally shot ten for Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds, for years, and left behind them "fol- their refusals. He added that oven the first treatment is most important low up" vigilance organizations ot that did no good, for, as tho officer When an efficient antiseptic is ap citizens and officers to prevent out- said, "thoy were absolutely hopeless." plied promptly, there is no danger of laws from going back to their old He therefore surrendered himself to Infection and the wound begins to traffic. the British. More than 30,000 gallons of palo head at once. For use on man or The officer added that whon his beast, Borozone Is tho ideal antisep moonshine whisky was seized and men learned they wero opposed by tic and healing agent, Buy It now poured down mountain streams. Over the Canadians the Germans almost nnd be ready for an emergency. Price $100,000 worth of illicit copper stills started a panic. 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by of all sizes, and other paraphernalia, m automobiles, horses, mules, and wagOhio County Drug Co. ItHEIMS' SAFEGUARDS. ons belonging to the distillers was New York, Aug. 31. Why Ithelms-hataken by the flying squadron. About RHINE TOWNS PROTEST. not been attacted In forc9 by the 21,000 pounds ot sugar found on distillery premises was confiscated Germans Is explained by Gun. von Geneva, Aug. 31. An important military critic, in tho Berlin meeting of representatives from 11 and most of it given to the Red Cross. Tageblatt. Recommendations for 321 prosecuRhine towns began yesterday at Saar- "The city of Rlu.lms "ias a vrry bruecken. The conference was called tions havo been sent to the Depart strong garrison," wrote the general. ment of justice and forwarded to to discuss means of protesting to the "At least two divisions of colored government against allied air raids. United States Attorneys while most colonial troops. Theso find full proof the moonshiners caught at their It was decided to appeal to Gorman tection from tho German artillery tiro hoadquarters to come to some ar- stills are behind bars in Southern in the deep-lyin- g cellars, miles in Jails awaiting trial. rangement for both sides to abstain length, which the big champaigne m from air attacks upon open towns. WESTERN FRONT TOO HOT; firms have du;j into the chalky soil. Tho question of air defenses, It the HUNS IN EAST REFUSE TO GO These cellars can also bo kept closed appeal falls, was also discussed, as to tho gas fumes which spread out were measures for the repair of prop August 31. Tho over the ruins of the city. Amsterdam, erty damaged and tho payment of In "Tho garrison Is therefore girded Germans have been seized with a demnities to the families of porsons sort ot peace mania, according to tho and protected by an impenetrable killed and Injured. Meanwhile, Incorrespondent of the Telo- - armor. In tho evont of a Gocman surance rates have Increased 38 per frontier graaf. Tho events in France have storming attack, which In itself would cent in Rhino towns, It Is announced. made such a profound impression be serious In view of tho permanent that tho Germans one meets along gas clouds over Rheims, the French Cfttuxh Cannot Be Cured the frontier are indifferent to the colonial troops would be able to aswith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they prospect ." of the defeat of the Central sume the defense ot tho cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, rreatly in- Empires, and only wish to get'peaco fluenced by constitutional conditions, and In order to cure it you must take an as quickly as possible. Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh MediThe correspondent declares that MAKE FINE WAlt cine is taken internally and acts thru FUND DRIVE SHOWING the blood on the mucous surfaces of the two German regiments In Russia resystem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians fused to go to the western front and In this country for years. It Is comThe Red Cross War Couucil has soldiers were shot. posed of some of tho best tonics known, that 130 ot the Jmnoa combined with some of the best blood Seven hundred ot the bodyguards at received a cablegram from purifiers. The perfect combination of Munich refused to go to the front Healy, chairman, ot the American the ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is what produces such wonderful and barricaded themselves in their Red Cross chapter at Valparaiso, results In catarrhal conditions. Send for barracks until they were compelled Chili, stating that, during tho Red testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. to surrender, tho correspondent says. Cross war fund drive in Valparaiso All Druggists. 76c. and tho coast towns of Chill, which t Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ended July 6, a total of $118,000 In YANKS NEVER RETREAT. as American gold was collected, GENERAL'S LIFE ATTEMPTED London, Sept. 2. Tho Americans, follows: Valparaiso, $84,000; Antofagasta, London, Aug. 31. An attempt up says tho correspondent of Router's, on the lifo ot a British general has Limited, at American headquarters in $8,000; Iqulquo, $10,000; Concop-clo- n, $8000; other towns $8,000. been made at Murman, according to France, have so far hever yielded The district In which this collection a dispatch to tho Exchango Tolegraph ground In France, and they kept that from Copenhagen, quoting a Moscow proud record Inviolate by their suc- was mado had less than two hundred after American residenst. telegram. cessful advance on Juvlgny to-dahis-meAr-denJ clty"uu-weakened- so that tho tanks in their progress will first drlvo back tho Germans permanently and nt tho same time put tho newly won land under cultivation. FEDERAL OFFICERS IN three days and nights of tho bitterest fighting. Tho correspondent says that the Americans encountered a stoutMOONSHINE RAIDS hearted and extremely skillful enemy a decent wait tho prohibition turn matter of sacrifice. If tho government can force Its citizens to sacrifice their will bo painfully made. tlmo and endnngor their lives for the Knltenbachcr, who thinks anythlilg common good nt a wage that takes no Published Weekly by helps tho Democrats Is tho proptho it has nAinroni) piunting company thatthing to write for the Louisville account of profit, profits nlso everyright of in er to rcKiilnto tho Incorporated says Dcckham will want Stan- dividual and corporato business, and V. S. TINSLEY, Times, SMITH, C. E. ley elected to the Scnnto that ho may to provont ono hnlf of Its citizens President bo out of tho Senior Senator's way from preying commercially upon the in 1920. Hut nt the core Knit knows other half. Exact and equal service Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS that Stanley defeated this fall will and sacrifice from every citizen of tho V. S. TINSLEY, Assoclnto Editor never be In anybody's way any nation is ono sound law of governnnd Business Mnnngcr. more. mental action. The Hartford Republican STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFlukc.) Scc.-Trc- as. Llfo tonuro in office Is on trial EnUred according to law nt tho tho voters of tho Second Aprostofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter ot tho second class. pellate district this year. Judge Snttlo has been continuously in offlco all communications The Hartford Republican. Address bc-fo- ro public for honorable themselves scrvlco if tho precedent bo establish Subscribers desiring tho ed that ono man mny hold offlco i to a now address must glvo tho old lifetime. making tho request. address in Duslness Locals and Notices 10c Capt. W. J. Stone, Confederate per line, and 5c per lino for additionnension commissioner, speaking to al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tho Morgans Men Association at of Thanks, Be per line, money in ad- Olympian Springs, a few days ago, vance. Church Notices for services freo, said: "Tho principles of local seir but other advertisements, Be por line. government, for which tho soldiers Anonymous communications will of the South fought, Is tho basic receive no attention. principle on which the greatest war in tho history of tho world is being TELEPHONES. tlint waged." Tho Captain forgets 123 Cumberland amonc tho principals of local self 00 Mutunl Farmers government for which tho South foucht was tho bondage of human .SEPTEMBER 0 beings, nnd this war is being fought FRIDAY. for human freedom. to for twenty six years, nnd Is n candi date for another eight year term. What tho need for young men to fit notice to sunscnmEns. sent paper vln Politics should bo adjourned when Some parties are adopting the very d an attempt is made to break the foolish practice of reporting to the term precedent. county officials the alleged miscon sign WOMEN, in tho duct of persons, and falling to VOTES FOR such written reports. Tho officials can editorial columns of tho Courier warrants, and if such Journal, and Henry Watterson still not act without assist In tho prosecupersons want to alive. tion of lawbreakers they should come and make sworn Tho city authorities should have before tho court to signals hung at night at statements. Ordinarily an effort unred light cause some ono trouble by writing those dangerous holes near Hoover's signed reports is tho work of irreBottling Works. sponsible busybodles ' and unworthy of attention. Tho practice is indica lanDon't get confused by tho guage of the new draft law, "IS to tive of cowardice and commands In plain Eng- llttlo respect. 45, both inclusive." lish it means from IS to 46. Tho Democratic State Central Com Corn meal is selling in Ohio coun- mittee met at tho Seelbach Hotel in ty all the way from $1.85 to $2.40 Louisville last night to determine per bushel. Either the $1.S5 mer- tho manner of selecting a candidate chant is a fool or tho $2.40 man is a for United States Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senprofiteer. ator James. The Reports ot offers of $25 and $30 Times and Post, of Louisville, and, a hundred for tho farmers' tobacco, according to a statement of the now being made while it is standing Owensboro Messenger, most all the in tho fields, sounds like farm pros- Democratic newspapers of the State perity next winter. were demanding a primary or a conbut Gov. Stanley's hand vention, Perhaps there Is a reason, but wo picked committee consulted safety can not see it, why the farmer who first and nominated the master that has a crib full of corn must when he made them. We aro writing this buys flour buy also 20 per cent of his having a report of the meeting, purchaso of flour in corn products. but it is as certain as death and taxes that Stanley has been nominatThe merchant, professional man or ed by his committee. the laborer who takes advantage of his country's peril to exact unreasonTho statements of ages included able profits is not only an enemy to in the new draft law is clumsily his country but to the human race. worded and confusing to the public. means; from IS to body of Senator James In plain terms it While the 40. Tho earlier draft stated the ages was passing through Louisville, on as ot 21 to 31, and everybody underits way to Marlon for burial, Demostood it, but tho recent law, for some cratic politicians were sitting in reason we havo never seen explained, solemn conclave, In that city, adages of 18 and ministering on tho dead Senator's reads"Between tho 45 inclusive," and then an explanapolitical estate. Unseemly hast! tion follows that all men above 18 years of age who have not reached a hundred years of history of required tho Kentucky judiciary no judge has their 46th birthday will be to register. Just what excuse there Apset on the bench of tho Court of peals for more than two terms. Js for involving the verbiage of the wo do not Would it be wise "for tho Second Ap- law In such cloudiness pre- know, but tho fact remains that the pellate district to break that draft will include all men between cedent at tho November election? tho ages of 18 to 4G years. week the Leltchfield One day last Wo have tho deepest sympathy for circuit court fined ono man $60 for in local option territo- the wives, mothers and sisters of the Eelling liqour ry, and another man $50 for shooting boys who aro called for army service. and wounding another. Verily in tho We can understand how difficult it is eyes of the Grayson circuit court it for them to suppress their grief at is more dangerous to bo shot with parting from them, but share the opinion of many people who think boozo than with bullets. thoy should not como to tho depot May bo your son will graduate embarkation morning to parade their from a law school, and after years heartaches. War is a serious business. of practlco at tho bar, asplro to sit Tho boys aro sadly but bravely going on the bench of tho Court of Appeals. to their duty, and it is not fair to But If once the precedent Is estab- them to havo to carry away with g scenes. lished that a Judge may sit on that them these years, what Women should share tho courage of court for twenty-fou- r chance will your boy have? their sons, brothers and husbands. It Is well to como to bid tho boys fareThe tremendlous successes of our well if you can do it bravely, but if soldiers and our Allies in Franco Is there mutt bo tears lot them bo shed indeed heartening, but tho war is not at homo. This is a time for courage; yet won, and wo must not neglect not for tears. for a moment to contribute every possible effort toward making tho vicPresident Lincoln said this nation tory swift and certain. Tho prizo could not long exist half slavo and is to thoso who hold out faithful to half freo. That prlnclplo is not less tho end of tho race. truo today than It was sixty years' ago. Now tho wheat growor is limitfreo Olllco farmers aro usually in tho price ot his grain, the sugar with advice to tho farmers who ac- ed urgo planter is dependent upon federal tually farm, but wo want to order for the price of his product, tho tobacco growers this year, when grower knows no limit tho highest but tho cotton tobacco will command but tho will of tho purchaser. Tho price In tho world's history, to sparo soldier Is forced by tho government tho knlfo until their tobacco is thor- to leavo his business and serve the oughly ripened. Both quality and public wollfaro for thirty dollars a weight Is added by such action. month, but tho laborer on tho cantonment, another public wollfaro enMr. Bingham's hired men on tho Courier-Journhad two humiliat- terprise, is paid $300 a month. We that aro not questioning tho policy of tho ing experiences beforo thorn; In requisitioning tho reversing tho paper's policy on tho government of anti-thirCourier-Journal, be-fo- (Circus Number.) John Honry has developed into some savor of late. Ho had a complimentary circus ticket 'tothor day which he sold for hnlf price, nnd ho says bo's got no sox nnd other always worn but he'll bo rammed and blowed if he's going to fool nwny any money TO FATHEIt. buying such things as people won't know bo's doing without, or go to Franco, August C, 1918. no circus shows until ho accumulates Charley Leo Stevens writes from enough money to buy himself a quart Franco to hl3 father, Mr. Lon Stev- of tolerably good whiskey. ens, of East Hartford. Dear Father: I will writo you a While we wcro out trying to pick few lines to lot you know thnt I mil up n few squibs on show day, wo getting along just fine anil hope- you counted 9 preachers, 23 prominent aro tho same. Toll tho kids I would deacons and about 36 stewards, all like to seo them, and I dont think It headed for, and leading, well In will bo so very long till wo shall all of their wives, tho "for of such bo nt home. I hope so, for I nm gett- Is tho kingdom of heaven" by their ing tired of this country. Toll Bill nnd llttlo hnnd right on down to tho cirOHIo I don't know Herbert Roach's cus grounds. There's a lot of llttlo address, but to send mo his address children growing up in a lot of chrisand I will write to him. tian homes this year. I will close. I hope theso lines will find you and tho family all right. I Speaking of circuses nnd ono thing can't wrlto liko you do, for it takes and another, "I wouldn't have Mrs. my letter longer to get to you than gliomas find It out for a heap ot It does yours to get to mo. So good money, 'cause 1 promised her I'd From Your Son, by. try (note I said try) to look after CHARLIE L. STEVENS. John Henry" thnt blnmed show o hadn't been In town more than three PATROL SYSTEM OK hours, or three and a half at tho ROAD MAINTENANCE. most, beforo John knew tho first, last and middle name of every bareof Although tho patrol system back rider and trapez artist with maintenance has beon In vogue In all tho circus and these being days of tho older countries for decades and work or fight, you know darn well, been adopted by many states In our there wern't many males with the own country recommended by all tented outfit. advocated In all highway engineers leading road mngazlnes, favored by Peto Casebler, tho town cop, is most leading citizens, strongly en- nearly as bad about hanging nround dorsed by all state Highway Depart unloading plnces of circuses as he is ments, less than half a dozen counties around poultry cars and for poultry In Kentucky have adopted it. What is car eggs. When the show train the reason? whistled for Muddy Tuesday morning it has at 4 o'clock, Pete wns standing on Whenever and wherever been tried, it has never been a fail- the switch at tho Depot all ready to ure, the results accomplished being welcome her in, and he was still wonderful and tho expenso incurred there at 11:45 p. in. jvhen It pulled being a minimum. out o' sight. Tho system has long since passed the experimental stage and should Mrs. Carson says Doc Is sure there bo any County Officials who bound to have some sort of treatment doubt its practicability, they can for thnt tickling sensation under the easily ascertain the facts by a little chin, contracted nt the circus Tuescorespondence. day, but she is undecided as to Let us seek Information Instead whether it should be by Osteopath of approval of antiquated methods or of tho homeopathic variety. While and the verdict must bo tho patrol sho prefers the later, Doc is strong system for every main traveled road for the rubbing sort. In Kentucky. . Mrs. S. K. Cox and a bunch of other SPECIAL SERVICES. young ladles and girls, who sat In front of us, 'peared to enjoy the cirTo lieln Monday Night, Sept. flth. cus Immensely, Tuesday night. paror-phnnnlln out-o-slg- Welworth A $2.00 Blouse Special. The companion Blouse of Witrthmor with equally matchless values. -- in ce Just as the Wirthmor twoers above all other'Blous-e- s at $1.00 so does the Wirthmor at $2.00. The fact is that these celebrated blouses are both the product of the same money-savin- g plan and the same modern efficient factory. We could tell you of numerous reasons why these Blouses excell but what interests most is that they do. Just how greatly they excel is evident from their splendid wearing qualities. We are eager to have every thrifty-minde- d woman in this community know of the remarkable values that are being offered in these Welworth and Wirthmor Waists quality just as high as always, and as yet, at no advance in price. Quantities are limited and no more of the same styles are Carson BCeratiieky LouisvilSe GRAND SUNDAY CEi Co 0-1- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. A series of Special Services will be- cln at tho Methodist church, Monday night, September.Oth, at S:00 o'clock. These services will be In the interest of "Good Government," "Sound and tho Truth as It Is In Jesus. Tho singing will be of tho best; an entirely new line of song hooks will bo on hand and we hope to have tho best music over heard in town. All who will Join the choir will please Inform Mr. W. J. Bean, the choir leader. The following subjects will be dis cussed: Monday evening "Conviction." Tuesday evening "Conversion." evening "Justifica Wednesday Doc-arin- FARM LAND FOR SALE. - State Fair September 4 heart-achin- tion." Sport Thriller World Crack Driver Atrial Queen 6-- tf "Sanctlflcn- Thursday evening Da Lux Hlpevodromo Show Magnificent Mlday 8peclal R. R. Rate tlon." Friday evening "Witness of tho RED CROSS PROVIDES FOR Fount T. Kremerr Seo'y for Catalogue PRISONERS IN HUN HANDS Spirit." 604 Republic Brfldlng, Loulivllle, Ky. Saturday evening "Second Com Washington, Septembor 3. Largo ing." "Baptism." Sunday morning warehouses for storage of supplies of am a American prisoners in Germany have Sunday evening "Why I each of tho capital Block of tho Farm-- ' tlvcs near Heaver Dam, this week. been secured In Copenhagen, Den Methodist." Mr. Otis Cecil and Mr. Ollle Boar-ma- ors Dank, Incorporated, nt Center-towby Monday evening "What la spir mark and Renens, Switzerland, Ohio county, Kentucky, eviof Camp Taylor, aro visiting ituality?" tho American Red Cross bureau of their parents, Mr. Prank Cecil and denced by certificate No. 16, for flvo Tuesday evening "Tho promised prisoners relief. In each of these Mr. Kil llonrman, this week. shares, amounting In tho aggegato warehouses, It was announced today, Power." Miss Lydia Cutslngor, of Owens- to $1500.00, dated July 1, 1911, and Wednesday evening "Did Christ tho Red Cross will assemble at onco, boro, spent from Saturday till Mon- by certificate No. 41 for four shares, put Salvation within the reach of food, clothing, comforts and tobacco day with her slater, Mrs. Katlo Iloar-nia- amounting In tho aggregato to enough to maintain 5,000 Americans all? $400.00, dated July 14, 1911. Said Thursday evening "Does tho fact for six months If that many should certificates being issued by said bank s free bo captured. of Conversion destroy Mau to tho said E. S. Dames, deceased. ADMINIHTItATOIl'S NOTICE. mm moral agency?" And I will, also, at tho samo tlmo A cordial Invitation Is extended Do you get up at night? Sanol is All persons having claims against and place, offer for salo at public to all to bo present and Join heartily surely the best for all kidney or blad tho estate of James Eldon Miller, de outcry, ono "10-2year, four por in all ot theso services. der troubles. Sanol gives relief In ceased, aro hereby notified to present cent convertible, gold bond ot tho m 24 hours form all backache and blad- samo to mo, properly provon, on or United States of America, of tho GARMSIIEKIXG BARRED. der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed beforo Septembor 30, 1918, or thoy Second Liberty Loan, 1917 Issuo," remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at will bo forover barred. This August said bond being Issued to and regisWashiiiKton. Sopt. 3. Garnlsheo- - tho drug storo. 46-tered by tho said E. S. Barnes, de24, 1918. employes' pay was foring of railroad ceased, being numbered 3036, and CAP DAVIS, Mc- WIIITKSV1LLE. bidden today by Director General Admr. Estate of Jame3 Eldon Miller, dated February 4, 1918,togcthor with Adoo, as a means of eliminating much 9t3p tho accrued intorcst duo on said Deceased. A nice rain fell hero last week, legal work horetoforo necessary. At bond. e the samo tlmo It was made plain that which was badly needed. Said shares of bank stock will bo FOK SALE. Mrs. Salllo Wedding, of Graves pay their bills employes who do not Ono good farm horso, good size, sold separately and ns a whole,, nnd county, was called hero last weok will bo dismissed. !to attend her fathor, Mr. J. H. Boar- - gentlo and a bargain at $100. One said bond and Interest thereon from good milk cow.Jersoy and a bargain May 15, 1918, to tho, highest and man, who is very ill. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Any and all persons having claims ' Greer school Is getting along nice at $85. Must bo sold this' week or best bidder, on a credit of threo months, evidenced by tho purchaser's against the ostato ot E. S. Barnes, ly, with Mr. Marshall Crowo as teach- next. It Interested act quick. n, n, n. C yr About six hundred 'acres of No. 1 farming land.known as the J. F. Collins farm on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike. About 165 acres in cultivation and balance cut over land, well drained. Will be sold in tracts to suit purchaser. For further information and terms, see M. H., or W. H. COLLINS,Hart- ford, Ky. SEPTEMBER 8 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM World Fa mod Soloists Thavlu's Band off 40 Chorus of 300 Volcos Two Flights by Ruth Law Total Premium. $78,000.00 8addlo Hone Stake $10,000.00 reeding Cattle dhow $10,000.00 AUTOMOBILE RACES (78,000.00 $15,000.00 Beef Cattle Show 910,000.00 Fatted and RUTH LAW AUTO POLO , " al deceased, aro hereby notified to pre sent samo to mo at my homo, near Centertown, Ky., or to Barneu & Smith, attorneys, at their olllco in Hartford, Ky, properly proven, on or beforo tho 16th day of Septem ber. 1918. The collection of any claims not filed by said date will er. A largo crowd from hero attended tho show at Owensboro last weok. Mr. Ernest Mosloy nnd sister attended tho party at Mr. Boono Hln-ton- 's Thursday night. Miss Lena Buck, ot Alabama, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ab Hln-towill return homo next week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Evans and llttlo daughter, Lessio, are visiting rola- n, A. B. WEDDING, Stf Dundeo, Ky. AIMIINISTltATOH'S SALE NOTICE. Tho undersigned, as administrator ot tho estate ot E. S. Dames, de- thereby bo barred. This August 20, 1918. woman suffrago and prohibition services or the substances of Its citiJ. R. Addlngton, contending for tho princi- Stl Tho agony over tho suf- zens, but questions. Admr, E. S. Barnes, deceased. and uftor pal ot equality ot every citizen iu tho frage mutter is over now, ceased, will on 'Monday, Soptombor 1C, 1918, at about 1:30 o'clock p. in., at the court houso door in Hartoffer for sale, at ford, Kentucky, public outcry, nine shares of $100.00 noto, with approved security, bearing six per cent Interest from date, with tho privilege of tho purchaser paying cash for all or any ot said property on tho day of salo or paying said purchaso money in notes at any timo boforo maturity, togethor with accrued interest, duo thereon, to tho dato of said payment. This August 24, 1918. 9t3 J. R. ADDINQTON, Admr. of E. S. Barnes, deceased. ,, t Miss Cntlilyn Turner has returned . Mr. II. C Crowder, of Select, has MbOTU moved to town, nnd will assist sheriff from a visit with friends In Hrntcher. as office doputy. Mr. Crow-dhas rented roomn of Mr. J. II. Lieut. Lum S. Iglchcart, of Cnmp Thomas for tho winter. Tnylor, will como homo Saturday for Preparation of mind for future usefulness is a brief visit with his homcfolks. Roicoo Willis, whoso homo Is at Narrows, hut who registered with tho quite necessary, but preparation of body is equalyou want to bring joy, Miss Annlo Itny Carson will leave Pocahontas county, Iowa, board, was ly necessary. We want to invite the mothers of about tho 15 for Louisville, where sent to Camp Tnylor by tho Ohio and unadulterated, isho goes to enter tho Loulsvlllo Con county board yesterday. Ohio county to our store for school attire for into your children's hearts? T servatory of Music. Stop in some night and buy Ltf'Swik their children. .W-Hi Tho Missionary Band will glvo an a few of these new Columbia i. i.. Misses Norlno Black nnd Mary entortalnmcnt at tho Christian Records the youngsters go Austin Carson will leavo Tuesday for Church, next Sunday evening at 8 wild over. Bedtime stones Russollvlllc, where they will enter O'clock. Mother Oooso and her GosLogan Females College. and quaint folk songs for the lings will bo there Everybody invited None better for school. Made on wide foot to attend. tots; new dances and popular will not pinch the form last. Wear well and Miss Sophia Woerner, tho clover song-hi-ts for the older ones. and compotcnt oulco deputy, with feet. Buy one pair of Buster Brown Shoes and All persons whoso subscription is Wenave all the latest and best. County Court Clerk Blankenshlp, is future shoe trouble will be settled. Junior Arnot paid beforo November 1, will bo d taking a much needed and dropped from our list. Wo regret my Shoes in stock. vacation. to hnvo to do it, but Undo Sam has given tho order nnd wo can't take Tho Ohio County fair begins Sept. a chanco at thoaper. pro-pa18th and continues four days, -., ,-- . , your exhibits. Bring your fine arc uiu important metnotls of pre Mothers that know will buy no other for school people know stock to tho fair and let venting disease. s what you have. wear, Wear better, fast in color, excellent in Tho lack of Immediate action upon tho part of tho farmer when ho dls-- t quality, low in price. ' One pair will convince Heg Casebler sends word from tt covers animals that show symptoms! I you. Try them. trying tho workf flflSSav Stlthton, that after of dlseaso or sickness often is rev end of tho "work or light" order ho' t Jsponsiblo for tho losijiol .onlv f ,b.lf- would advise all his Ohio county Mother, too, would enjoy Ready-to-We- ar Tho Boys' Agricultural Club will friends to fight. some good new music have its annual Bhow at Hartford perhaps one of the great Cut out the worry of making dresses. The time It some of the usual features of today. Some flno Duroc breeding war-song- s, or a bit of the this papor fall to appear this week It stock will be on display, and those dewas when you couldn't. The time is when you opera, or a fine orchestra good breeding! stock hogs Is duo to unavoidable troublo with siring can. "The Mary Newton" Gingham Dresses are our linotype, limiting tho volumo of would do well to attend this meeting. And how about you? typo wo could set. in our store. The term "Mary Newton" is synon-omu- s Drop in and let us play Mr. S. O. Kcown has moved into to style, workmanship and quality. Como to tho Ohio County Fair and tho residence these records that we've just recently purchased have a good time. Tho citizens of from Mr. M. L. Heavrln. Mr. and received, on the Columbia Ohio County aro taking unusual in- Mrs. Heavrln aro temporarily quarGrafonola. Then you can terest In tho fair, and wo irredlct an tered in rooms In the Barrass and , decide what kind of a treat unusually big fair. building, and tako their Heavrln The boy must not be behind sister in wearing you will take to the folks meals with Mrs. John Duke. to give him a new apparel. We are prepared Marshall Langford, of Rockport, at home. brought Arthur Short beforo tho suit, coat, trousers, etc. The style and quality Simon Smith, he of tho trained County Court yesterday on a charge horso, Centaur, and tho trick dog, ' are the best the market affords. Mothers, reguilShort pleaded of bootleggng. and president of tho Associated member that in war times economy is necessaiy, ty and was fined $57. Frog Hunters of tho Rough creek (Incorporated) valley, who has been soldiering at an and trading at our store means economy. Call Mrs. E. D. Turley and llttlo son, eastern encampment, is revisiting tho HARTFORD, KY. and see us and remember that it pays to trade Edward, returned to their homo in glimpses of tho moon at Fordsville. Chicago, Sunday, after spending the with a house that saves you money. summer with Mrs. Turley's parents, AViuttod An operator for tho Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Williams. exchange, Farmers telephone Mr. Edd Barrass, chairman of the migration Committee. Tho resoluSend sealed bids with salary desired. Mr. M. L. Heavrln will leave MonMust como in beforo second Satur Ohio County Civilian Relief Com- tion was prepared by tho State Deday for a canvass of tho Second day. Address mittee, went to Owensboro yesterday, partment and transmitted to ConAppellate Court district, in tho inter where ho will attend a three days gress by President Wilson with a MALVIN BENTON. est of his candidacy for tho office of p session of tho district meeting of recommendation that it be adopted. Centertown, Ky. Judge of tho Court of Appeals. county chairmen of the organization The Civilians' Relief 200,000 OK OUR BOYS Major James M. DeWeese, of the mentioned. n tobacco Tho WENT OVER IN AUGUST 311th cavalry, who has been station- Committee was organized for the very of Owensboro, has rented the purposes commendable of looking i merchandise warehouse owned by ed at Ft. Riley, Kansas for several London, Sept. 3. American pZ after and carclng for returned solMr. Albert Cox, nt Dundee, and will months, has been transferred to West announced tonight that Point, .Ky. Along with about thirty diers who aro sick, wounded, or nearly handle tobacco there this season. 260,000 men were transportrequire attention. The thousand other Ohio county people, otherwise d of this Owensboro meeting Is being held for ed during August. Como to fair bring your family Mrs. L. M. Liles and Mrs. Van wo welcome Major DeWeese back to The Hartford Republican nnd spend thoday pleasantly. purpose of drilling tho county total was in American ships,. the a Kentucky. Crabtree, who have been visiting During the second quarter of tho chairmen in the duties of the memtheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe year, the statement says, destroyors ....SEPTEMBER a FRIDAY. Rev. Robert Brandon will preach Bennett, of Route 5,.r,eturncd to their Tho pastor, Rev. A. D. Litchfield, bers of tho organization. from one American base escorted 121 a nt New Baymus Christian church home at Connersvllle, Indiana, this will hold morning and afternoon troop convoys, aggregating 773 Saturday night and Sunday. STOCK SHIPMENT. services at Jit. Herman Sunday. This week. M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. ships, and 171 merchant convoys, will be the last service for the Conconsisting altogether of 1,063 ships. outh Dound, No. 116 Tho A. C. A. will receive stock at Ky.,ls Miss Mary Kato Coombs, of Louis- ference year, and the pastor desires ....9:06 a. m. Miss Hazel Kirk.ot Carlisle season One at Hartford r " with Fair & Co., for another ville, is tho guest of her brother, a full attendance of all the members Hartford, Monday, Sept. 9, for shipFOR SALE. North Bound, No. 114 S. L. KING. Editor W. II. Coombs, of tho Herald. of tho church, and extends a cordial ment. 8.46 p. m. in tho millinery department. Dae at Hartford Manager. She will visit her former homo nt Invitation to all to attend. First class sorgum mill and evapo(Both "Mixed" Tralni.) Mr. W. II. Lyons, of Olaton, is Mayfleld beforo returning to rator for sale. See this office. 10-t- f. critically ill, and is not expected to Mr. Glenn Tinsley will leavo for EVERYMAN'S PLEDGE. KIRK MAY COMMAND. recover. Ho has gangrene poisoning. Lexington about tho 15th, where he By a proof reader's oversight the will enter the State University for a America shall win this war! County Attorney A. D. Kirk may Personal News Mr. nnd Mrs. Lorenzo Acton, were Hartford Herald has located us in four years course. Referring last I will work, I will save, I will soon enter the officers' training guests of Mrs. Fllura Barret at Bar- Louisville to spend the winter: but week to Mr. Tinsley's return from tho sacrifice. I will endure. I will flght and Social Euents. ? retts Ferry, Saturday and Sunday. wo are here on the job, six days in the south, we inndverently said ho would cheerfully, and to my utmost as if school for tho nrtillery service at week, if another circus doesn't come enter school hero. Ho graduated from tho whole outcome of the struggle West Point. Ho was examined bv the army examining officer hero last Mr. Jnmcs Bennett has moved in- to town. tho Hartford High school last year. depended upon me alone. week. Mr. Kirk's application for ento tho property, on Fredlca street, a trance to the officers' training school recently purchased from Mr. S. O. Robert Stewart, of Memphis Tenn., Tho editor of this paper is in re COAL FOR SALE. has been pending for some time, and Kcown. a locomotlvo engineer, with tho Illi- ceipt of a personal letter from Major Mr. J. II. Thomas went to bis ambition is now about to bo today. nois Central Railroad company, was J. M. DeWeese, who was recently Having leased tho old Mercer coal Mrs. Goraldlne Hlnes, of Rock-por- t, tho guest of his brother-in-latransferred from the Cavalry Service, mines, near Render, I will now be visited her daughtor, Mrs. G. Esqulro Leslie Combs, of Route 2, at Ft. Riley, Kansas, to the command Meet your old friends at the fair preparpd to furnish the public with C. Young, at Beaver Dam, the first of last week. they will all bo there. of the 68th Field Artlllory, at West coal at all times. tho weok. Point. Major DgWeeso is the senior G. W. HOHIMER, Mr. Vernon Crowder and family, officer and is the first in command 104tp Your frlends'expect to meet you at Hartford, Ky., Route 2. Ber McConncll, son of R. M. of Horse Branch, will move to Owens- of the 68th. tho fair, do sot dlsapolnt them. Ww mmw of Simmons, is reported se- boro. Mr. Crowder has a position Jt tl BfnBsl &J7mm MAGAN. ALL MALE CITIZENS WHO Miss Nelia Alford, of Roslno, is verely wounded in action, in Franco, with the American Express company, August 20. and desires a moro central location HAVE EIGHPASSED THEIR visiting in Owensboro this week. Mrs. A. C. Baughn and son, for his family. TEENTH AND WHO HAVE NOT I FORTY-SIXTMr. Owen Hunter, cashier of tho fred, of Canalou, Mo are visiting I PASSED THEIR Mr. A. R. Renfrow, of Narrows, I Batik of Hartford, went to Louisville For most any thing you may desire BIRTHDAY ON SEPTEMBER 12, relatives here. was lit town on business Monday. Tuesday to attend tho Stato Bank-or- s in China ware, Queen's waro, tablo 191S, WHO HAVE NOT ALREADY Dr. O. W. Edge, of Knottsvlllo, Association. cutlery and everything of that char- REGISTERED, WILL BE REQUIR- and Dr. T. J. Edge, of Graham, visTho small son of Mr. Mack acter, at rockbottom prices, go to ED TO REGISTER SEPTEMBER 12 ited their mother, Mrs. Ruth Edge, of near Olatlon, has typhoid fovor. Llout. Herbert' Felix, who graduat ACTON BROS. last Sunday and Monday. 9t3. FOR MILITARY SERVICE. ed from tho Artlllory Officers' TrainMrs. Magglo Muffett, who has been Mr. Walter Creep, local editor of ing School, is visiting relatives in the weeks, is I operate a feed and hitch stable, sick for six or seven Dr. E. B. Pendleton has recolvcd tho Hartford Herald, was at Horso county this weok. notice from tho War Department that ladles regularly patronize mo and thought to bo some better. Branch Sunday. Mrs. Bert Roach and son, Gilbert, his application tor a commission in necessarily must como into my place Mr. John Mason, of Fordsvillo, has tho Army Medical Corps has been ac of business. Some men, thoughtlessly went to Fordsvillo Saturday on bus- Superintendent of Schools E. S bought the saw mill lot and sheds at copted, and he will bo called for or otherwise, at times conduct them-solv- iness. Howard is out In tho country visit Narrows, and will handlo tobacco active sorvlco soon. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Muffett went to in such a manner that It reing schools this wok. and thousands of other thero this season. sults In Injury' to my business. Now Owensboro Monday. homo-make- rs aro doing .the Mr. Noah Moseley's baby is very Estil Kissinger and Calllo Turner, I insist that when around my stablo, san by using RovQnuo, Mr. Caleb Bean, of Sulphur of Sinlmons, wero married in tho you must bo decent and respectable sick at this writing. Collector .of Internal Mr. N. P. Kelly nnd Arthur White-hous- e Josh Griffith, of Owousboro, was in Springs, is suffering from nervous county clerk's office Wednesday. Tho so that unembarressed, a lady may mado a business trip to Whites- troublo, and is being treated by Dr. young couplo woro sticklers for homo enter at any time. town Monday and Tuesday. ivllle last Monday. L. B. Bean,' of Hartford. A. J. WILLIAMS. industry and woro married by Esq. Mr. Reat Fuqua went to Hartford 10-tQuint Brown, of Simmons. Hartford. Llout. John W. Marks, of Indianono day last week. Ho is having Wo liave never felt a griovanco, apolis, is spending a fow days with oven against our subscribers longMr. Robert Castlen, of Owensboro, some dontal work done. his mother, Mrs. T'. S. Marks. Mrs. F. B. DeWltt and children, Mr. Estil Fuqua had a bad accidoesn't est in arrears, strong enough to want who hnvo been visiting Major DeWltt. was a visitor in Hartford tho first of ITrestorerequire any skill to worn furniture, at Camp Pike, Ark., arrived In Hart- tho week. Mr. Castlen went to Camp dent last Friday. Whllo dragging Miss Gladys Bonnett left Monday to Inflict poetry upon them. floors, etc., to original beauty. ford this week. Later Mrs. DeWltt Taylor as a soldier early last spring, some ties ho broko his leg just for Bowling Green, whoro sho will Simply usoPccGeoUE-NU-LAtho lnee. He has been sufferJ. T. Wedding, of Narrows, Tip nnd childron will move to Loulsvlllo, and soon after going thero was tako a goneral business course. come Inallilzee.lrom ItCo up. Made in 20 Nat1 Bean, of Dundoo, and more than two whore Miss Margaret will tako a attacked by pneumonia fever and ing severely. ural Wood and Ununel Tin-slo- y county pooplo course in a business college. thousand other Ohio went down very closo to tho shadowy Dr. J. R. Plrtlo and Mr. W. S. colon. White. Gold aa4 Silver. went down the rivor Saturday attended tho Sparks show hero shores of tho river Styx. Ho finally WAR REFUGEES MAY PEASLEE-GAULBERCO., lac ugaln UK ADMITTED TO U. S. but was never THE SEPTEMBER REGISTRA rocoverod on a squirrel hunt, and returned LOUISVILLE, KY. TION WILL BE HELD IN EACH OF physically fit for duty, and was relater. Old frlonds meet nt tho fair onco u THE 34 VOTING PRECINCTS IN cently discharged from tho service. Washington, Sept. 3. Admission J. II. Williams, Hartford.Ky. hero labt winter, for to tho United States of refugees from BETWEEN THE As book-keepRev. IU E. Fuqua has bought tho year nnd talk over old times, and if THE COUNTY, BenuT Dam 7' Co., Heaver countries would be perLikens property, on Fredlca street, thoy did not moot at the fair would HOURS OF 7:00 A. M., AND 9:00 tho A. C. A. tobacco people Mr. CastDam. Ky. now occupied by Doputy Sheriff Roy likely not meet, as often as once a P. M., SEPTEMBER 12, 191S, AT len made many friends In Hartford mitted by a Jplnt resolution favora- -' year. THE REGULAR VOTING PLACE. who wolcouio him hero as a visitor. bly- reported today by the Senate Im- Kcown. or Happy School Days. Take Some Records Home to the Kiddies DO rm M W&.J1 JBuster Brown Shoes. mr& yv ' w well-earne- Black Cat Hosiery. boot-leggi- ro . Coram bia Grafonoias and Records Gingham Dresses. Boys' School Suits. Ohio County DrngCoJ 2ki&l&Go, 10-tl- Ross-vaugh- One-thir- I H li'lfrM 89 I mmmmmmmVL I enjoy refioishing my Furniture es I bo-lo- w G T ' er war-strick- -r another of Brown's lines 52 rods to 2 whlto oaks, another of A BUNDLE OF SLOGANS Tho economic and social section Brown's corners; thence S. 3V6 W. of tho Lenguo of Patriots, with head- 199 rods to n hickory, now n stake, CIRCUIT COURT. HOCKPORT. Lend tho Wny They Fight. Buy Lib- quarters in Paris, 4 Iluo Stc. Anne, another of Brown's cornors In Jlor- Ch'm'n. Board James Wllsom Judge II. W. Slack, Owonsboro. Your S erty Bonds toBattles.Utmo9t. Bonds. has distributed a leaflet, urging tho rlson's original lino; i thencoto S. 87", 4- Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClerk Rushing Hunt. Buy More tho boBonds Win French to enduro without complaint E. with said lino IS rods T. Jackson Pollco JudgOf-Jo- hu Attack tho Ilunl Buy Bonds to Your tho restrictions Imposed upon them In 'ginning containing 307 acres ford. Marshnl Will Langford. Utmost. Said Ohio county laud has boon di- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. tho Interest of their countrj.Tho LIBERTY BOND S Dig Inl Buy Bonds to Your Utmost. following Is n copy: vided into four salable parcels by roREAVER DAM. Master Commissioner Otto C. MarBuy More Liberty Donds. Cany ON! 1. Do not forget that wo aro at war. per t of John II. Wood, surveyor, deCh'm'n. Board W. T. McKeunoy. Tut Your Dollars Into Khaki! Buy les tin, Hartford. In your smallest expenditures never scribed therein as follows: Clerk R. W. King. More Bonds. o 1. Beginning nt n whlto oak Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, sight of tho interest of the Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Back the Fighting Men With tho loso REASONS THAT THE MORE CHIL southeast corner of Morrison 4,700 land. Hartford. righting Loan. Buy Bonds Today. Marshal R. F. Stevens. DREN THERE ARE THE MORE products aero survey, running thenco N. 3& 1st Monday In March 13 days on tho 2 Economizo The Invincible Union Fighting DolBONDS SHE SHOULD BUY. FORDSVILLH. 130 'A rods with tho lino of said lars and Fighting Mcnl Buy Libcrtj necessary for tho llfo of tho country: I. Com'th. nnd Civil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. coal, bread, meat, milk, sugar, wine, survey to a stnko or stone; thenco Bonds. Clork Olln Cobb. Bonds Buy Bayonets! Buy to Your butter, beans, clothes, leathcr.oil. N. S7A W. 92 rods to a stako or 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. DETESTS UNSPEAKABLE HUN Utmost. Polico Judgo C. P. Kesslngcr. W. 130 'a rods 1st Mondny In July 12 days Accept rations. Ration yourself as to stono; thence S. 3 BUY Liberty Bonds and KEEP food, clothing, amusements. Marshal Grant Pollard. to n stnko or stono in Morrison's Com'th. and Civil. Them! 3. Save tho products of French original lino; thenco with said lino 3d , Mondny in September 12 days Buy soil, lest some day you deprive your S. 87 Send the Ammunition Over. Bays Uncle Sam Just Has to Win This E. 92 rods to tho beginning Civil. Liberty Bonds! OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. War and She Intends Doing containing sovcnty-llv- o ncrcs. your son, your husband, who nnd 'i Enlist as Our Soldiers Do. Buy father, Her Part 12 days County Houril of Education. 2. Beginning at n stako or stono 4th Monday In November nro shedding their blood to defend Bonds and Keep Them. Com'th. and Civil. northwest corner of lot No. 1 ; ; Lib- you. Safe as the United States. Buy E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 4. Save) the products ' ha France thenco S7"fc W. 92 rods to n stnko COUNTY COURT.' Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartmope, ,. "' ' There are five children In the fnmlly erty Bonds. 'V striim In thn Itrnwn lino; tlinnrn BUY Today. SAVE and Pay! . . ..., Tnll nil nnil "ttfith ford, Ky. of Georgia Sampson, who washes ,v... said line S. 3 W. 130 rods Moots first Monday In each month. He Buys Best Who Buys Quickly, sir tircil 01 IMS tuuimjt clothes and windows and floors to earn W. Duff, FordsviIier Dlv. No. jo I don't know Herbert Roach's cnsC n hickory now a stake, another of 'a living (or herself and tho five and to Buy Your Bonds Now! Judge Mack Cook. Ky. rcss, but to send mo his address chilrown's corners In Morrison's orlg-t'n'BuyWay Buy Liberty Bonds-- The make life rosier for her patrons. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows,. i t will write to him line; thenco S. S7. E. with said There Is no one to help with tho liv- Berlin!Germany- ' Clerk W. C. Blnnkenshlp. Ky. q 92 rods to "n stako or stono; All right, Let's! Buy will close. I hope theso lines will Pan ing, because Jim, Georgia's amiable Liberty Bonds. ' Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Rosino,. you and tho family all right. I Sence N. 3A E. 130 rods to tho jhusband, saw fit to wander too far Into "- ,l tflVTs iyiTJeglnnlng nnd containing 7G acres. ',J Ky. Bond Makes Every Hundred-Dolla- r KiiiKTintcntlcnt E. S. Howard. i .the turbulent stream which appealed pro icii needs. Do not hoard I Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, Beav Jailer Worth Tlchenor. 3. Beginning nt a stnko or stono to his sportsman Instincts and it car- a Hun Dread More Buy More Bonds your selfishness raises prices and do Buying Liberty Bonds Puts "U" In Tnv Commissioner D. E. Ward. er Dam, Ky. ried him off his feet. corner of lot No. 1 in tho of northeast prives thoso of smaller means Dlv. No. C Nat Ltndlcy, Center-tow- n, 8ureyor C. S. Moxley. Wbllo she was hanging out a .ino the U. S. A. Morrison Hue; thenco with said lino Bonds Build Ships. Buy to Your Ut- things indispensablo to oxlhtence. oth-jc- r e Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. wet clothes tho Ky. lull of snow-whitN. .I" E. 110 rods to 2 smnll hick7. Do not travel unncccssarly. Reday her employer was helping her most! Time of Meeting 1st Monday lc Build Airplanes. Buy to Your flect that our trains are, beforo nil, ories nnd a small black oak; thenco Bonds FISCAL COURT. 'and getting the value of February; 1U Monday In April; 1st destined for tho transportation of 'ho N. S6"i W. 112 rods to n poplar Georgia's conversation at tho snrao Utmost! Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny In AuBonds Build Tanks. Buy to Your troops, the feeding of the population, stump standing on the cast bank of time, and the question of household In January, April and October. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Utmost! the needs of our national production. a rock branch; thenco S. 2A w. 110 ls--t expenses arose. District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. Buy to or stono nt 2 smnll Money Means Munitions. S. Do not remain Idle. According rods to a stake "It takes right smart lot of hustlln' J Routo 3. County Board of Examiners E. S. to your ago and ability work for your beeches marked as pointers; thenco sow," Georgia commented through the Your Utmost! Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Bonds Buy Food. Buy to Your Ut- country. Do not consume without S. S7' E. 109 rods nnd 17 links to 2nd District clothespins In her mouth, "to do everyer Dam. Duff. the beginning nnd containing 7G producing. Idleness is desertion. thing that's gotta be done. What with most. Money Your Should Not Be Neutral. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. fpayin' for my Liberty Bonds nnd acres. Jan. 25 and 2G Common School 9. Accept without murmuring tho fcuyln what we gotta cat, it keeps me Enlist It in tho Fourth Loan. 4. Beginning nt a black oak; Wli District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. prhations which nro imposed upon sure busy." May 10 nnd 11 Common School you. Relied upon tho sufferings of thence N. SG?i W. 125 rods to a I "That's splendid of you to buy a FROM A GERMAN VIEWPOINT thoso who aro lighting for you, upon large beech on the cast bank of Pond nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- Diploma Examination. plberty Bond," her employer said. "I W. 04 rods with thenco S. 3 May 17 and IS County Teachers ilmow that it must bo a good deal for German Philosopher's Idea of Chris- tho martyrdom of tho population Run; Examination (white). whoso hearths have been devested by Adam Brown's lino to a stake, his (Itli District W. S. Dean, Dundeo. yon to try." tianity Docs Not Appeal to corner; thence S. SOU E. with an 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. May 24 and 25 County Teachers' tho enemy. Buys Liberty Bonds. Americans. (Georgia she exclaimed. "I got 10. Remember that victory belongs other of Brown's lines 52 rods to 2 8t!i District B. C. Rhoadcs, Hart- Examination (colored). oaks, another of Brown's corford, Route 5. Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Stnto more'n one, and I'm goln' to take Frcderlch Wllhelm Nietzcho was to thoso who can hold out a quarter white W. 6SA rods ners; thence S. 3 Teachers' Examination (whlto). this time. Course, you see, I one of the mo3t noted of modern Ger- of an hour tho longest. HARTFORD. 'gotta take more'n some people, on man philosophers. Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd State That Franco may live, she must ho to a stako or stone; thenco S. S7'2 How much has 'account of havin' more children." E. 74 rods nnd S links to a stako or Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). his philosophy affected the views and victorious. I "On account of hnving more chibtone and 2 small beeches, markClerk J. A. Howard. Sept. 20 nnd 21 County nnd State , character of tho Germans of today? E. 110 ed as pointers; thenco N. 2 ldren? I should think they would be Is not the answer written in the Pollco Judge C. M. Crowo. Teachers' Examination (white). an excuse for you not to take any!" rods to a poplar stump standing on blood of the women and children, the Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. Sept. 27 and 2S County and Stato I Georgia stopped hanging petticoats ? FOR FLETCHER'S old men of occupied France and the east bank of a rocky branch; nnd planted her hands on her hips Are not the Lusltanla victims E. 22 rods thenco continuing N. 2 "Why, Mrs. Lewis, I'm surprised. witnesses to German adoption of and 23 links to the beginning and We Knock the Spots Out of Thirnji pTou know what would happen to our Nietzche's faith? WILL YOU L ' containing SI acres. children, don't you, if Uncle Sam GERMAN DEPENDABILITY. IJere is his indictment of Chils-tlanitTAKE OUR-GERMINAThe commissioner will offer each didn't win this war? Lawsy, it wouldn't of the above parcels separately, also "hurt mo so much 'cept just my feel-.in'Sergt. Frank Kelly, of New Yorl. "With this I conclude, and prooffering separately tho timber on of course 'cause I won't be here nounce my sentence: I condemn while advancing through Ncj.os Forunderparcel, and eo awful long anyhow. But my chil- Christianity. To me It is the great- est, caught sight of what 'ippeured to each Dry Cleaned and Prenod la i A Trealnenl dren! I Just wouldn't want to leave est of all Imaginable corruptions. The be an American officer beckoning lying each parcel; he will then of- French Superior Manner. on this earth at all if that Kaiser church is the great parasite; with fer the lands for sale as a whole, all'em DiLHIvLV yJLcv (or WEAr was a lit or so offering him. AlonirIde tho officer separately the timber on Bend as your Garments and Sat (won. I should think everyone would Jts anemic idea of holiness it dralfts LUNGS or feej "the "same. Surethey da Well, life of all its strength, its love, and. on which lay an unconscious wounded the lands as a whole, and the mineral Them -: American. "Jtgen, ttio more "children I got, don't its hope. The other world is the underlying tho lands as a whole; ho o CONSUMPTION "Come Ik5i) me get this man for tho denial of every reality. will accept that bid or bids produc CLEANED CLUAN tho officer yelled. help win It? I got five of my own I call Christianity the one great ing the most money. Packages called for and uellver. Kelly saw ho had an automatic pisflesh and blood at stake In this war, curse, the one great instrinslc deA quick rellcl (or that tiff J, run "own tlinc. No timber shall bo cut or remov even If they are too young to fight In pravity, the one great instinct of tol in his hand and for so mo reason irmor palm la mineral taken THE ELTE PRESSING CLUfi couehi, weak luntt chcil. nlchl turali. il dot ed, or or coniumpllon. II rhicta. It I guess that means I'm goln' to revenge, for which no expedient is he can't define grew suspicious. Tho or landscoal or other g damaged until tho respecnolhtlp you II costs you nolklnl. 'Kivo everything I can to Uncle Sam, sufficiently poisonous, secret, under- officer noticed this and exclaimed: tive purchase price therefor has been A. It Nail, Prop. eo he'll win it for 'em, don't it?" OHIO MEOIGAL CO. hand, to gain its ends. I call it tho "What are you afraid of? Hero, paid. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. one Immortal shame and blemish up- I'll throw this away." And lfb tossed fully TERMS Salo will bo made on a on tho human race." tho weapon asido. HOLD YOUR LIBERTY BONDS credit of six months. The purchasA prompt absorption of the Fourth Kelly cautiously moved toward er will be required to give bond.with I GOOD Liberty Loan will not only help to him. Ho got LEXINGTON, KY., within ten feet, when approved security, for tho payment of df Absolutely Necessary to Dispose Of win the war but will relegate Nietzkc ul Soatuw to mkr R. SaiA BuWti bSft suddenly ho got a glimpse of gray-gree- n the purchase money, to havo tho forco Them, Consult Your Banker. che's vicious philosophy to oblivion. Sh"rt Hind' cloth beneath the ollvo-dra- b bearing Secured or Your Money Back i nnd effect of a judgment, ' To successfully finance tho war it (Viilrim n At much frtw tunic worn by tho supposed officer. legal interest from tho day of salo n yon taue tne urnngnon Training, tae i i u "WOT A NATION" training that business men Inrlormi. Yon ,!a necessary that owners of Liberty Ho fired his rlflo just as the dis with a lien reserved upon said propcan talcs it at college or lil mall. Writa ..uiAn tiifJu.. 'n vjb ii'iaa ni'iuiuu Bonds hold their bonds if possible. They said b! uv BUSI.VEKS COLLKd Hiwi&l (VtunM for 1oti P that we were not a nation; guised Bocho tried to pull out a erty until all the purchase money is DIUUUHO.VS 1'IUCTICAL K r g triiiurnii &iiiuiu7iariiif I'adueali. Where for any good reason It is grenade. Just a medley from various lands; hand paid. for them to turn their bonds No national was a Bavarian Tho German nriTATlTMr.NT Foil heart and no national V. Y. MOORE, - cash theyjshould tho advice vision of i. lAlr Vrlnelp. JU) Mica MMndUg ibis seek Etcofficer, wearing tho coat, breeches Master Commissioner, Hopkins CirbouI; l BurtiLf home. BeMlon, yerptrtlcuUri, addrci, bankers. - LCX1NQTON, KY.' With no hope and no wish to join and tin hct of an American lieutenWILBUR R. SMITH 9t3 cuit Court. Liberty Loan bonds are very desir-- . !K4'w"''f1i-fJl'"''"''-.-'1ant. ..,-..- -, " E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE able Investments, and crafty.Jndlvld- 4 se- ais are using various means to And Fitting of Glasses Nothing to hold us together; Herbine is the medicine that cures emn'oS'owBeTltJanTlllaf THE No alms and no dreams that we biliousness, malaria and constipaMasonlo FOR FLETCHER'S OWENSBORO. KY. with Jitock, values and like matters. Temple SEVV1NQ shared; doso makes you feel I )' jgno jnethod is to offer to exchange Ideals nhd backgrounds all different; tion. Tho first a few additional doses cures ifLLlberty Bonds stocks or bonds . OF We couldn't make war If we better, organizations represented completely. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio f AnQUALITY. LIV-VER-LAMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. X; m retumTngStluucb higher income County Drug Co. WLS Ohio Circuit Court. than tje Then the word blared forth to the James Growharger, et jl. other mothodn r1wu. v IThe""avaflous COMMISSIONER'S SALE. country, "t NOT Vs. Notice of sale (8aTa Sad, likely to be used, some.. of i" "Closo ranks! For the Flag of ub SOLD Bcsislo Qrowbarger, &c. Variety and others less jtheJofd-brlcall! im42$3Z22&S$a-AnU N,D E R llopklns Circuit Court Kentucky. By virtue of a Judgment and order frugo and probably TihljnoJUnUs the faith that brought us to-- " ANY Pi gtuni, Ailmr., etc., Plaintiffs, uBefty fOf' tho" law. All offers ToT of sale, of the Ohio Circuit Court in -- fGther OTHER vs. Notlco of Salo In Equity. Bonds, except for money and at mar styled action, entered at tho above Shone out at the Color's call. NAME. H. A. Stum, etc. Defendants. ket value, should be scrutinized care-hill- y. its July, 1918, term for the purpose By virtue Of a judgment and or The bonds aro the sofeBt of '6no cry came back from tho people of distribution of tho proceeds of WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Hopkins Circuit investments and havenontaxablo and From Latin and Norman and Slavt der of fal4 of the this salo, after tho payment of thoj Co"urt rendered at tho May term valuable feature's. If you purchase the NKW HOME you will other "America! Freedom is threatenedl costs of this action nnd the costs of Don't lay ofl Peel rfeht nil tho a life amet at Hie price To hold your Liberty Loan bonds, thereof, 1918, in tho above styled this sale, I will offer for salo at pub- from work for days time.taking calome havehave an endless chain you pay, and will "Take all that wo are and have. by not of repairs. (lf posslblo, Is patriotic. To consult cause the undersigned will on MonVet-La- x keeps yo when pleasant Uo- bid'lyour bankers beforo selling them Is '"Wo know what we sought when we day, tho 16th day of Soptembor, lic outcry to the highest and best on your feet, whilo relieving y our trou,l Quality tho court houso door in HartSrise. camo here; 1918, between tho hours of 10 der atKy., on Monday, September 2, le. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don tako anything else. You can't affort Considered working for, every o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m., ford, "What wo're at about 1 o'clock p. m on a it. Eliminates poisons, cleansea eyo THE U. S. TAX COLLECTING one, at the Court Houso door in tho, town 1918. tern and relieves constipation. A nat it is the "And that work has bound us to- of Hartford, Ky proceed to oxposo credit of six and twolvo months, tho ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Slackers Will Be Scarce When Treas following described property: Cheapest gether. II in its effect and certain in results. to public salo, to tho highest bidder, ury Department Plans Are A certain tract of land in Ohio won't bo long before Liv- - V Lax will "It will hold 'till eternity's done. tho following described property, Complete. in the end county, Kentucky, near McIIonry, and completely displaco calomel in ever viz: hornet Cnildren can tako it freely an "Wo give you our lives and our dolto buy. In tho execution of the policy of m A tract of land In Ohio county, bounded as follows: south-weperfect safety. Every bottlo guar mi lars, sldo with Beginning on tho paying as large u proportion of the ex $1 in bottles. None M. antccd. 50c and you want n sowing machine, wrlto fori "We will work; we will fight; wo Kentucky, convoyed to Leander sldo genuino without tho likeness and Bigmt oarIf penses of the war by taxation as poslatest catalogue before you purchase. Phlpps by Robert Moseley by deed of tho I. C. It. It., on tho south will die; Grifisby. For Bale by Is making every public turo of L. K. slblo tho Treasury n The New Home Sewine Machlns Co., Orange, MassJV dated Decembor 22, 1852, of record of tho McIIonry and Coralvo effort to collect all Federal taxes due '"For the faith that has builded a llarUorA K road, running west with McIIonry I. M. W1LUA.MH. in tho Ohio County Court Clerk's to the United States. in D. IJ. "M", pago 411, bound- and Coralvo road 209 feet; thonco Tho department has evidence against I "From tho four winds of earth, and south 209 feet; thenco cast 209 foot tho sky." ed ns follows: BTITIfWIfll TTIIIIIWMI w rail many wno nave sougni to evaae C. It. II. Co's. lino; thonco Lucy Jeanne Price. taxes. Some of these tax evadors Beginning nt a whito oak south-ca- to tho I. C. It. II. Co's. lino ore American citizens residing or so corner of Morrison 4,700 acre north with tho I. journing in Canada. A corps of spe- 100,000 Germans Captured In Month, survey, running thenco N. 3V4 E. 209 feet to tho beginning. The allied armies in their series Purchaser will bo required to excially trained revenue agents will be 2404 rods with tho lino of said sur- ecute bond with approved security cent to tho Canadian communities 'of offenslvos between July 18 and 18 hue captured more than vey to 2 small hickories and a small Hen where many of these tax evaders re N. 8G W. 112 Immediately after sale, with a tax returns from them. .100,000 Germans, says Marvel Hutln black oak; thenco ldo to obtain retained on said property as addiFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Succeed when everything cite fails. The Americans rods to a poplar stump standing on 'In Echo do Pnrls. Dissolved In water for douche stop bearing Interest nt 0 rjk. In ncrvouv prostration and female had a part In this. Tho Liberty tho east bank of a rocky branch; tional security, Going to Move. The Kaiser Is pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam. weaknesse they axe the supreme per annum from dato. mntiortj Recommended by Lydia E. It is just as well for the Kaiser Bonds you bought In previous loans thenco N. 2Vi B. 22 rods and 23 por cent remedy, ai thousands have testified. Given under my hand this August A larg links to a black oak; thence N. 86 Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. il '.helped to make this possible rays tho St. Louis FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND A healing wonder for ruwti catarrh, In his winter coal be or purchase of Fourth Liberty Bonds W. 125 rods to n largo beech on tho 22nd, 1918. ho hasn't Jut STOMACH TROUBLE ore throat and sore eyes. Economical. OTTO C. MARTIN, cause he is going to move. The quid will do much to put- tho finishing east Bunk of Pond Run; thence S. 3 V6 Hu tfxtitociliacry descries sad ccnnicUil Dower. it is the best mcdlelno ever iold ubscrlptlon of tho Fourth Libert 'touches on tho Kalber and his Hun W. 64 rods with Adam Brown's lino Mastor Commissioner. I5u23l Lfr". 30c, U dnijsiai, or pa.uU ly over a druggis"s counter. harden. au will help him on his way. Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. fiinrrTwnn i mi to a stake, his corner; thence S. SOU geo IB ems Till: WAK ('OMMAXI)MKXT.S. E. with D I REC TO RY . nn-tiv- tcff 20. hl '. ever-prese- n. n. Children Cry C ASTO R' A f: Ladies' and Men's Garments REMEDY -- -- mo-tlv- BftjsG FOR ONE MONTH Smc? D OSITIO'N W to-d- HESS IMOT Vs "" '"YLV'tl .ti IDIIIS-tinJrthft.rJt-r. DR. f J. H.THORPE Children Cry CASTOR A -- ndBjlSJi?a2 USE NEW k For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. HOME - st na-'tio- of-fl- co st I :gectrie Every Womiin Wants Au-'gu- liters liUiiManxaiiviiiat:! Post-Dispatc- - .w -- . August 10th na wheat will not pro-du- hog3,2,813,749-2,.195,22and sheep, a maximum yield unless tho 1,409,808-1,174,33ground Is firm nnd compact. After tho stubblo field has been Dealing With Contnglotis Disease. plowed It should bo drngged down In dealing with contagious diseases promptly to level and pulverize It so of cattlo tho basic principle of preIt'w Kasy To Snp Sweet Com HmmI. cnnnlng, of drying nil surplus vege- as to conscrvo tho moisture. It should vention Is to keep cnrrlcrs of Infeccorn will tables every boy and girl can help tho then ho A single enr of sweet then rolled tion awny from tho herd. Next In Imenough seed for n Biunll Nation solvo tho food problem. Tho and finally harrowed. Tho bettor tho portance Is maintaining tho surfurnish of Agriculture, preparation tho greater tho yield nnd roundings In n snnltnry condition. Burden. Think how easy It Is to imvo U. S. Dopartnicnt Following this, tho animal's natural tho heat enr you produced this yenr Washington, D. C, has published every field must do Its best. n nnd cow-pe- a fields must roslstanco to dlseaso should ho In for planting next nprlng when seed bulletins on cnnnlng, drying, nnd mny ho html to ohtnlnl All that Is re- storing garden products. Wrlto for ho thoroughly finished by dragging creased hy natural and occaslonlly and rolling or tho yield will bo dis hy artificial means. quired Is to dry It thoroughly mid copies of them. Thoy nro free. Ordinarily, appointing. Every field that grow to- dlseaso stalks about tho country only storo It where It will not ho Injured. bacco this summer should ho sown to In tho bodies of diseased animals or Hut saving seed from tho garden l'isture.s Sao (iriiln I'corts. should not ho limited to sweet corn. From tho result of many feeding whont this fall, as wheat docs well attached to somo Intermediate object; Seed from tho host hcans, peas, to- trials with hogs 10 pounds of gain for following tobacco. A tobacco field thcso may include healthy or recover matoes and other vcgetnhlcs should each bushel of corn fed, or 1 pound of Hint Is not sown to wheat will bo a ed nnlmals.contnmlnnted feed nnd water, Infected cars and pastures, or ho selected this fall whon tlioy can ho gain for every 5.G pounds of corn, Is slacker field. Only tho best seed wheat should bo tho shoes or clothing of Bomo innil Mint should bo expected from feedohtnlned easily and tho supply Is ing corn nlono In dry lot. A mlx-tur- o sown and tho rate of seeding Bhould quisitive person who Insisted on seeindiseased stock. Avoiding such of one part tankngo nnd 9 parts lie from ono and a half to two bushels g-the Strains of wheat and oats that nro corn gives much better results, usu- per aero. Tho Kentucky Experiment diseased animals and keeping healthy .superior to ordinary varieties havo ally producing 1 pound of gain for Station. has proven that tho best V- ones away from carrlors of Infection heen developed in cooperative cereal ovory 4.0 pounds of tho mixture fed. ariety Is tho Jersey Pultz. Wheat are the Important methods of preexperiments conducted hy tho United Tho quantity of grnln noeded to should not bo sown to deep. Tho venting disease. Tho lack of immedlato action upon States Department of Agriculture produce n pound of gain Is consid- right depth Is from ono to ono nnd tho part of tho farmer whon ho disIf tho hogs nnd tho Now York Stnto Collcgo of erably lessened hnvo one half Inches. All seed wheat should bo treated covers animals that show symptoms Agriculture Thcso experiments havo ncccs to green fornge. Corn fed tl or formalin to prt- - of disease or sickness often Is re heen In operation for nhout 10 years. growing shotos on rapo should pro- with bluo-ston- o Many comparative tests conducted duce 1 pound of gain for every 3. 07 vont smut, hecauso the wheat field sponsible for tho loss not only of his in various parts of tho Stato show pounds of grnln fed. Tho addition of that fights for freedom harbors no own stock but for that of his neighbors. At this time when overy step that tho now strains mako hotter some highly concentrated feed, such smut. Tho field Hint needs phosphorus, should bo taken promptly to avoid yields than ordinary vnrlctles grown ns tnnkngc, meat meal, shorts, or With linseed meal, should reduce by one-ha- lf nnd this means every field In Ken- losses nnd conscrvo production, It Is under the same conditions. s to .Homo of thcso strains sufficient seed of a pound tho tucky except tho richest in tho Illuo-grn- nil tho moro importnnt thnt tho farmregion nnd some river bottom er with sick cattlo should get In touch has heen grown to mako posslhlo a quantity of grain necessary to prolands, will bo given nnpllcatlon of at onco with tho local veterinarian or xathor wide distribution In tho State, duce n pound of gnln. from 200 to 400 pounds of Acid county agricultural agent. nnd they nro hclng grown this year Phosphate, Steamed Bono Meal or In Inrgo acreages. Save Carden Seed. Plowing liMitl For Wheat. Every boy nnd girl who has sad a Uaslo Slag and the patriotic farmer In most of the sections producing Hoth Government nnd prlvnto re- garden this season should, whenever will order his fertilizer early. Wheat ports from tho cotton growing States possible, save seed for next year's drills should bo put In first class con- winter wheat early plowing results Indicate a crop of at least 15,000,000 planting. In many cases It Is posslhlo dition beforo sowing timo nnd the In Increased yields. This is especially lialos without Haters. Tho area plant- to gather bonus nnd pens that have seeding should bo carefully done to Important when wheat follows wheat ed Is estimated at 37,000,000 ncres, become to old for eating, thus assur- prevent skips. Wheat seeding should continuously, but also is true when crop, nhout 2,000,000 acres moro than last ing a supply of good seed for next start on Soptember 23rd In Northorn wheat follows a green-manur- o yenr. It Is to early, however, to mako year's planting. As n rule, with limit- Kentucky; October 1st In Central or corn or other tilled crop, or sum n closo estimate of tho crop, for Au- ed garden areas It will not pay to Kentucky and on October 10th In mer fallow. The wheat land should gust Is a critical month with the cot- grow hcans, peas, sweet corn nnd Southern Kentucky. Sown earlier havo at least two months to settle ton plant. other vegetables for tho production thnn this wheat is Hablo to bo infect- after plowing and befor sowing, so that, with the help of tho rains.it may of seed, hut when a surplus is allowed ed with Hesslon Ply. A field that fights for freedom will become firm and compact beneath. Import- to hecomo to old for eating it docs Last yenr tho Untod Stntcs bo plowed with the utmost care In the Tho upper portion should then he ed 2,090,000 gallons of peanut oil pay to savo this surplus for seed. full realization that every Inch of well worked, Just before sowing, gallons. Sufficient tomato, squash, melon, cunnd manufactured 3,488,000 soil will bo until This is the largest amount over used cumber, and corn seed may bo saved n righteous called upon to fight for place It Is fine, mellow, and a fit cause. No clods will bo for sowing wheat. country. Tho homo produc- from tho product of almost any garin this tion this year will, It Is stated, bo den provided n little nttentlon Is permitted in that field for clods aro allies of tho Kaiser, but tho field will Make Dairy Cows Prove Worth. much greater. Peanut oil will soon given tho matter. Every owner of dairy cows should only from bo pulverized and compacted to a Seed should bo saved ho an Important article of food. Tho seed establish a definite standard, and all strong, healthy plants. In the caso of j firm, smooth seed-bea )in wiiirh Koiorta n nou- - rnnt of beans, neas. and sweet corn, the seed wheat will bo treated with formalin cows that do not measure up to the blue-ston- e to exterminate) smut, a requirements should bo disposed of plumago before October 1 Is unpatrl-- l should ho allowed to ripen on the or plant. In tho caso of such plants ns plentiful supply of phosphate fertl for beef. Whether a dairy cow should 'Otic and a slacker. Sho should he jllzcr will bo added to the soil, the bo rejected or retained should deand executed. Tho early niolt-e- r tomatoes, cucumbers, etc., tho fruits from which tho seed is to bo saved wheat drill will bo In perfect condi- pend ordinarily on production, as Is a lonfer, while tho later inolter with caro the that r is a heavy layer. Hens rnrcly molt and should he well ripened. Hcmove tho tion and operatedeven flow o.fsowheat shown by test. milk scales and the Qabcock early seed nnd sprend It out to dry. All there will ho an lay ut the samo time nnd tho inolter has gone on a strlko before seed must bo thoroughly dry before and no skipped places, and, when tho Fertility of the soil should bo as sho should. The poultry man will do bong stored. Garden seeds must bo labor In that field is completed, the farmer will consign It to his Maker's sured for wheat by following the best twell to rid his Hock of this kind, snys kopt In n vermin-proo- f, box is caro to bo kissed by the gentle sun- practice of soil enrichment in each A tin bread 11 I,. Kempstor, of tho University of jed rccoptnclo. g shine and watered by the section of tho country. It supplies tho proper Collego of Agriculture. Ideal, as Missouri people havo tho Idea that an mount of ventilation and mlco cannot rain and will go on his way rejoicing Weeds result not only In big early molter will he a lnyer noxt win- - j destroy tho contents. Cans should bo that ho has dedicated to his country.s financial loss but also In great annoy ter. Studies at tho Missouri Kxporl-- . taken to lablo every package of seed cause a field that will fight for ance. Diseases, such as hay fevor, avoid confusion nt planting time, jnent Station Indlcnto this Is tho ox-(could bo eliminated almost entirely coptlon rather than tho rule. A lato , Keep the seed box In n dry, well-veMoro nttentlon should bo given to by adopting efficient methods for conmoltlng hen will lay Just as many tilntcd room, such ns a room on the the fattening of growing chickens, as trolling the Incidental weeds found winter eggs, It not moro than tho second floor of tho dwelling. roadsides, in vacant fields, and most of them aro marketed in a thin moltor; so tho poultrymnn will arly make no mistake In selling tho early Don't Waste IVimI On Poor Pullets. and unfinished condition, although in wasto places. d pullets both tho weight of tho chickens and Not all of the molting hen. An tho quality of their flesh can be great- Keep Zinc Awny will mako good winter layers. d pullet that is undcr- - ly Improved by a short period of fatHow Animals Swim. From Your Preserves Do not use galvanized utensils In Nearly all animals are hotter swim- sizo' at this season will never mako a tening, according to poultry special pullet that ists of tho U.S. Department of Agri- making preserves, Jellies, or fruit mers thnn man nnd tnko to water good hen. A naturally, while ho has to learn to Is well grown and developed at tho culture. Hens which havo been prop- Juices, the Bureau of Chemistry of propel himself. Tho rhinoceros nnd timo of selecting tho birds which erly cared for are usually In good Agriculture advises. Somo of the hippopotamus aro wonderful swim- nro to mako up tho winter laying market condition, but If In poor flesh, zinc with which the vessels aro galmers and divers, while tho Indian Hock gives hotter promlso than tho they mny be confined to pens and vanized may bo changed to salts of elephant crosses great rivers with early hatched, poorly doveloped fatten for ono or two weeks at a zinc, which will give the product an heavy loads. Tho elk and tho rein- pullet. If proper caro Is given It profit. Tho farmer has very good con- acrid and astringent taste and render r. ditions for producing It unsuitable for human use. Moredeer nro first class swimmers. Tho should begin laying In elk keops his head above water nnd Don't waste feed on any except tho poultry, as ho can utitlzo wasto pro over, tho dissolving of this zinc coatcrosses directly from bnnk to bank promising pullets. Thoy should havo ducts from his farm in growing this ing tends' to ruin tho contnlnor. The to avoid turning. Tho reindeer, on good caro and good feed at all stages. stock by allowing tho chickens frco uso of galvanized utensils for boiling " tho othor hand, turns as often as ho It Is impossible) to grow pullets care- rango and get them into host condi down fruit Juices Is especially risky. likes, keeping his head a little abovo lessly and on short rations until thoy tion for fattening. Doth tho farmer reach the ago whon thoy should bo and back-yar- d poultry keeper can tho surface. Under normal conditions corn is, n and mature, and then thus turn wasto products nnd grain In nearly all parts of the United Hut of all tho swimmers of nil quickly hy a into Ilcsh whllo securing a largo States tho cheapest poultry feed. Dut climes tho best, though not tho swift- bring thorn forward est, is said to bo tho polnr henr, who short course of good management. amount of valuable manuro from tho at times ltko tho presont oats aro to ,V- - passes half his timo In tho wator Tho pullet thnt is worth keoplng as poultry. Skim or buttermilk, which ho proforred. Whon corn is worth swimming and diving. Ills swimming a layer Is worth good caro and full aro great aids to the most economical $1.50 a bushel,. onts should bo $0,75, power Is nothing short of miraculous rations nil tho time. Ono thnt Is not fattening, aro nvnllablo as and barloy $1.20 a bushel to give tho on many farms. samo valuo for tho money, whon fed it it bo romombored that tho water considered worth keoplng should ho In tho regions ho frequents Is Invari- oaten or marketed. Undersized blrd3 to poultry, as corn. e Why Yon Xwil Vegetables. ably cold, and that cold is normally will not pay for tho feed they eat prohibitive to good swimming. Thero during tho winter. nomcinbcr thnt vegetnbles nro not For a AVenk .Stomach. only good to eat but good for you nro hears that can swim from 40 to Tho groat rollof afforded by ChamCO kilometres without great effort. Time Table for Cooking Krcsli Veg mako tho most of tho variety thnt the berlain's Tablets in a multltudo of etables in Water. summor brings. Ouo of tho swiftest swimming anicases has fully proven tho great valuo Loaf vegetables, lettuce, spinach, ot this preparation for a weak stommals' Is tho squirrel. A sportsman on Donna, Lima (green. ., .to 1 hour 1 to 3 hours and cabbago that aro largely wator ach and Impaired digestion. In many one occasion, having at hand a squir- Deans, string 3 to 4 hours aro splendid food for they furnish cases this relief has bocomo perma rel born In captlvity.whlch had noyor Dects, old.N. "i to 1 hour valuable minerals which your body nent ana sunerers havo been comscon wnter, wanted to sco If it could Deots, young g 20 to 30 minutes needs ns well as pletely restored to health. swim, nnd took It with him In a row-bo- Cabbago in 30 to GO minutes substnnco that help mako children to tho center of a lake. Tho Cnrrots 10 to 1G minutes grow nnd keep adults healthy. jiqulrrel turned townrd tho hank, Corn, green WHEAT AT $2.UO 20 to 30 minutes Minerals in vegetables keep your head and paws abovo tho water, back Onions Washington, Sept. 2 Dy procla30 to 45 minutes blood as It ought to bo and your mation Issued today nnd tall undornonth it, and began to Parsnips President Wilson 20 to 30 minutes wholo body in good condition. swim so rapidly thnt It was with tho Peas, green set $2.20 a bushol as tho minimum 30 to 40 minutes Vegetables aro hotter than medl-cln- o price guaranteed by tho Government .greatest diflculty that tho man re- Potatoes 20 to 30 minutes to provent tho common ovil of for tho 1919 wheat crop. covered it whon It ronched tho shal Squash 30 to 45 minutes constipation. low wator nenr tho land. It 'Is said Turnips A disinterested commission, the Serve a quantity of vegetables and President stated, will bo appointed that oven many nonaquutlc birds will swim llko ducks If an attompt uo Klelds That Klght For l'raloiu. you will need less bread nnd meat In noxt spring to seo whether tho InA field that fights tor freedom is tho meals. mado to drown thorn. creased cost of farm labor and sup ono In which ovory art off tho farmer plies would Justify an Increase abovo Live-stoc- k lti'ceipts In July. Keep Surplus Vegetables Tor Winter. has boon used to mako It yield a maxthat price. Increased receipts of cattlo, hogs It should bo tho aim of ovory boy imum amount of food. A whect field that lights for free- and sheep at 34 cities during July, nnd girl to keep tho surplus vegetables from tho war garden for winter dom will bo ono which has rccolved 1918, compared with tho receipts at iiso. Potatoes, beets, carrots, parsnips, caroful preparation, Is supplied with tho same cities In July, 1917, aro turnips, salsify and lato cabbago may a plentiful amount of phosphorus and shown by tho stockyards roport at For Infants and Children ho kopt by storing thorn in tho cellar, has been sown with tho best soed tho Dureau of Markots, United States In Use For Over Years or in banks or pits. Tomatoos, peas wheat available. Stubblo fields that Department of Agriculture July for tho two years at tho 34 Always string boans may bo canned. Dry aro to bo sown to wheat this tnll nnd the should ho thoroughly disced beforo cities which Include most of the largo Signature vv, beans may ho kopt by gathering and 'storing In a dry place. By storing plowing and should bo plowed boforo markets, with 1918 figures first, Farm Department co 5. Children Cry for Fletcher's !NSSSSNWvVk .( d, ! 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GOES FAR BACK IN ORIGIN OF NAMES OF HORSES Dexter Christened for Friend of Owner; Maud S. for Daughter of Owner; Crcsccus for Hippodrome Driver. Every rnco liorso la required to havo a nnrne, nml when n champion nppenrs many nn Inquiry Is made In regard to the now performer nnd especially his name. Starting with Flora Temple, the first 2:20 performer, siiys n writer, the records show that she won her first rnco under the stable name of Flora, but no one has ever explained why Temple was added later. OcorRO Alley named Dexter for his friend Dexter Itrndfnrd. The name of this horse was known to more people than any one Hint ever lived. Jinny n can reninn who Is now call when ns n lnd his hobby horse was called Dexter, while the sled which he was given nt Christmas had Dexter's name or n picture of him stomped on It. Also nt the present tlmo nearly every printing olllco In the country has In stock a few electros of Dexter to Insert In advertisements. The original wns a print with Murphy in the saddle, the rider being removed when the wood cut was made. The "Dexter print was also used by manufor barns facturers of weather-vane- s and rnco track buildings all over the country. Goldsmith Maid trotted her first races In I860 as the Goldsmith Mure. She was then owned by Alden Goldsmith. When he started out In 1SG7 ho chnnged the word "Mare" to "Maid." R. B. Conklln, the breeder of Itnfu?, declared that the colt would he a champion, so he selected the Latin word "rnrus," meaning "rare," to deslgnnte him from the common herd. Tfc made good. In 1S75 St. Jullcn was xmined for a brand of wine. Sargent, who was training the gelding, asked for a name to be used In entering him nt Poushkeepslc. On the same day an agent from n wine house left n sample bottle on Mr. G.ilway's desk In his Jfcw York store. He noticed the name St. Jullen on the label and told Sargent to pass It along to the horse, which General Grant saw reduce the world's record at Oakland, Cal., In 1S79, when returning from his trip around the gray-heade- d HISTORY French City of Montdldler Was of Importance In First Millennium of the Christian Era. El The National Geographic society Is- soap. sues the following war geography bulEveryono kndw about Pears' soap letin on Montdldler, a few miles east tho nnmo wns familiar In the fnrth- - j of Amiens: est corners of the globe, but tho j "This little town, whose history Donrd of Directors decided that they I dates hack to the first millennium of would get nlong without advertising the Christian era, had a population of less Hum G.OOO nt the beginning of because they wero selling all that the war, hut It wns rich la historic their factories could produce. They did no advertising during associations It Is said to have derived Us name from the fact thnt the following six months, and in thnt Dldler or Dcddorlus, the last of tho bIx months lost 35 per cent of their Lombard kings was Imprisoned here total business. In 774 by Charlemagne. It will be reIt cost them ?G, 500, 000 In addimembered that Charlemagne, having tional publicity to get back vhero put aside his first wife, Deslderlus' they had loft off. daughter, took up the quarrel of I'ope This shows how quickly the pub Adrian I with tho Lombard monarch, lic forgets when advertising Is withnnd nfter marching nn army across the Alps, captured the erstwhile fa drawn. It illustrates the need lor hi capital city. Tlelnum, ! constantly repeated advertising. nnd took the vanquished ruler back surance Monitor. to France, where he died In captivity. Till PUIJMCITV IIUN'TEK. "Montdldler Is attractively situated nn an eminence on the banks of the river Don. It Is the cnpltal of nn There nro a few people In tho In tho department of world who nro hungry, desperately the Somme, nnd Is C2 miles north of huncrv. for ntiblicltv. Editors some- Paris by rull, nnd 23 miles southeast 'Umea ,,roflt by thlg wcakness. Only of Amiens. Its chief Industries be Monday wo ate an elegant dinner to fore the war were tanneries nnd the which we owe our Invitation to tho manufacture of "When the tides of war flnnlly re- Host's anxiety to get writ up In tho cede It Is probable that the three build- paper. It was some dinner, too, nnd ings In which the citizens of Mont- wo applied ourselves diligently to It. dldler took the greatest pride will be The menu fit Just like we had ordercrumbling ruins. These nre the church ed It. 01? favorite game squirrel, of St. Pierre, which wns built before nice, tender and brown, wns piled Columbus set sail on his voyage of high on the dish. The gravy was dediscovery, nnd which contnlns u tomb licious. The biscuits were white and nnd font of the eleventh century; the light and sweet, nnd the butter the church of St. Sepulchre, n fifteenth century edifice, and the Palais do Jus best. After tho spulrrel and gravy, tice, formerly the city castle. In tho and biscuit nnd butter, enme nice last named building iltors before the comb honey nnd biscuit, and butter war were shown six unusually hand- nnd cider. The service was perfect some Brussels tapestries of the sev and the spirit of welcome generous. enteenth century. These were un- We should bo delighted, on Mrs. doubtedly removed before the Ger- Tinsley's account, to give proper mans entered the city. credit for this very pleasing enter"Montdidier's most famous son was tainment, but we just wont humor Parmentier, the scientist, who gavo acknowledging Impetus to the culture of the potnto Wllburn's vanity by world. In France. A statue erected here com- to whom we are Indepted for It. Maud S. was named after Maud t Stone, the daughter of her Cincinnati memorates his gift to the nation. "For a number of years this little LO, THE HUM PROOFREADER! owner. Sunol carried the name of a town In California, while Nancy Ilanks city was governed by Its own lords, We can "show you" these. was given the name of Lincoln's moth- then passed under the dominion of the er. Alls was named for the princess counts of Crepy and Valols. In the They're not faked: .. Mrs. J. T. Miller read an article on vho married the recently deposed twelfth century It beenme a possesczar of Russia. The Abbott brought sion of the French crown nnd received "Personal Devils." Seventeen were From an Iowa Weekly. In a new line of names with "the" at- a charter of liberties. In 1G3G It of- present. tached, the Village Farm producing a fered n gnllant nnd successful resistThe first fall meeting of the Ladles' ance to the Spanish Invaders." aumber of them. Matinee Muslcan will be hell in tho Cresceus was named after a celeCentral Christian Church, Saturday Avoid Grouch and Live Long. brated driver In the Roman hippo Writing for tho Minneapolis Jour- afternoon at 2:: 30 o'clock. From an Lou Dillon combines the drome. Weekly. .names of her dam and sire, nnd Uhlan nal, A. J. R. notes the demise of n Se- Indiana Mr. Roberts went to Kansas City carries a name nflixed to light cavalry attle citizen one hundred nnd three of Tnrtnr origin nnd which was first years old, and suggests thnt one of the with a car of hogs. Several of the Introduced Into European armies In reasons why he lived so long was neighbors went in together to make thnt he never grouched nt the break- up the car. From a Kansas Weekly. Poland. fast table or elsewhere. Discussing o this, A. J. R. writes How the Red Triangle Began. SHOW APPREdATIOX. "The enjoyment of breakfast and While the war Is not yet over, the American Y. M. C. A. and brother or- of the sunrise always comes so easThere Is no way an employee can ganizations among the allies have al- ily to me that I sometimes wall in tell whether or not he is giving ready won prnUe from the highest rharlty for persons who, I have been If no one ever says so. If his military commnnders for their work led to believe, start the generous day wrong by raising hades nt the break- best efforts pass without receiving any in maintaining the spirit of the armies fast table. I will freely wager 75 expressed notice, they are, as fai as of democracy. cents that the Seattle centenn-rla- n ho knows, unnoticed. It pays- to DeThis great organization, says who lived to be one hunsuch appreciation to a clerk in troit News, originated in an Invitation extended by George Williams, a Lon dred nnd three never Insurged nt words even when It is also expressed Of course eorybody likes don dry goods merchant, to his young breakfast, never complained of the in cash. men employees to meet in an upper food, nor sneered at his wife's cook- the cash value of tho thanks for speing." room of his stoio for a period of Bible efforts, but a few words to shew Tho ngert Seattler ascribed his lon- cial sojno-or.- o ttudy and prayer. gevity to his own temper; ho had not that the efforts aro noticed by ilils was In 1SI4. The meetings been angry since he wns tweaty, besides the cashier are plemant and were so successful that larger and bet- had a yoke of oxen of his to hear! ter quarters were secured and othei life. driven loved everybody,most everym Alo. and joung men were Invited to join. Sim- body loved him. In oth-j;- r ilar associations were formed UNCLE SAM ORDERS IT. English, titles. In 18ol the move-meHe Hadn't Realized. readied America, that year witor an Indianapolis The nessing the formation of tho Y. M. building custodian Beginning November 1, recently hired a colored man. Bos- George, C. A. branches In Montreal and to work about tho building ton. MM!,' George had always worked as n "house we shall have to drop from Vln (S5t the first International co- man" and came well recommended. our subscription list all subnferee met In Paris, with delegate. The first day of his employment, howpresent from America, Canada, Eng- ever, George was out for lunch the scribers who are not paid in l land and several countries of greater part of three hours. advance. This action is not Europe. There nre now 10,(K)i! Tho custodian was naturally anwhich 'J.1UI' noyed. "Where In thunder have' you our choice, but by direct orbranches in tho world, of are In North America. The Interna-- ' been?" he Inquired the minute ho set der from the government, Uoual headquarters of the Y; M. C. eyes on tho erring George. "Me'r A. arc at Geneva, Switzerland. Why, I'se been homo tnklii' a imp," and there is no possible way George answered, in a surprised tone. for us to avoid it. It has long "Ve Kings." "I always takes a nap In the middle j been the custom for the "Wc kings must stand together." Sc of the day." ODDLY STRUNG. wrote Emperor Charles to King Ferd "Well, believe me," tho custodian de- country weekly knowing BEADS(Dy I. D. Clalro.) Innud of Itouinani.i last winter. Evi- clared, "you don't do that any more. dently his reasoning was found cogent You're needed around here." its patrons were honest and by King Ferdinand and perhaps II Was George aggrieved? Not a bit eventually pay to Thoro Is only ono way a nowspapor would be hard to blumo him, observes of It. A mo'st appreciative grin spread would In tho a man over his face. Boston Transcript. All that continue subscribers on its can lowor a man's stamliu' uoostin' community, and that Is by "Well, now," he said Mowly, "you'll hath will ho give for his life. Emperor Charles hud It In his power tc have to excuse me this tlmo. boss. list regardless of expirations. hi virtues till everybody sots jeulous save the "traitor Hohenzolletn" that It's Just that I didn't leallze before This plan has been a conven- of him. 1b to bay, tho Roumanian representahow important 1 13 uiound here." ience to the subscriber, and tive of tho elder and honorable branch Childhood" alnt what It used to bo Labor-SavinHarvester. of the Hoheiizollern family from tin. as the bill was larger when Alien tho Kids could set up till mld- One thousand Improved of tho Hoheiizollern of Berlin. wrath machines, known as combines, paid, made little difference j ulght and" listen to tho old women And ut nil events King Ferdinand, to save his crown, perhaps his head, ac- will bo used In Washington state and to the publisher. We should tell ghobfc stories. terms, other state3 of the Northwest this ceded to tho German-Austriaspeclul-Ist- s be willing to continue such Cussdn.' profiteering Is tho favorlto though his heroic queen thus far year, according to farm-helof the United Stiues department of tcorns the disgrace. "We kings must favors to our patrons, but pnastlino of them as cau't find no stand together." Also tho democracies agriculture, and will effect a great savorder from the govern- way tu profiteer. must Mtind together. More nnd more ing In labor. These machines, which of the central empires cut the heads from wheat tind thrash the warfare ment, which has the last say, Pord Caseblor is threatenln' to Olo takes on tho character of n new "holy the grain ns they travel across tho by two persons, will make it imperative to u million dollar slander suit aglti mo ulllance" of tyrant, In whoso wllliu? field, can be operated for that story about him and Huttlo and each machine will harvest from service none but slaves Is found. JI50 to 400 acres of wheat during a discontinue the paper with Null belli' in Qwensboro tho night tho season. They are marked labor savers the expiration of the time Qrcon Klvcr Btlllliouso burnt. Ho As Usual. uothln' An unhappy dlvorco scandal was be over the old tpo combine, which repaid for. We hope our pat- didn't euro ho mightbout thu Insining discussed in the presence of no quired about 20 men. havo fired tho uation that English olllclnl. rons will take notice of this Htlllhouse, but kicked like a woun,ded No Chance for the Old Man. "Poor Smith I" a hanker sighed. "To company I said ho was It was the first tlmo that Richard's order and pay up before deer about tho He'd full nt the ago of blxty-nlno- l kcopiu.' climbed to the very top of tho moral father had seen "her" and they were their subscription expires. ladder, too. In fact, ho was a Sunday talking things over. Tho allies havo called tho daro, and "So my son 1ms proposed to you," ho school superintendent, now strange havo gone over tho Hlildcnburg lino. Smith should full said, "and you've accepted him? I that ut hlxty-ntnthink you might huvo seen mo first." from tho ladder's top 1" FOR FLETCHER'S She blushed sweetly us sho replied: Undo Joo IlobliiBon says ho don't wasn't there a woman at the "llut 'I did, but I think I (infer Richard." give u durn now if they ralso the bottom of It?" laughed tho official. I I ther-ln-law- Pears, tho English soap makers, woro spending about $250,-- 1 000 annually somo fifteen years ago and they woro selling each year a ' good many million dollars' worth of A. & F. K NEW Fall Wearing Apparel Buyers Are All Back From The Market. New merchandise of every description is arriving daily. Mrs. Andematt, with an unusual display of NEW FALL MILLINERY, is ready for a visit of inspection. No more special openings until after the war is over. zlnc-whlt- New Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts Waists and Dresses FROM THE STYLE CENTERS OF THE COUNTRY New Suits, Over Coats and Rain Coats FOR YOUNG MEN, OLD MEN AND BOYS. Buy Early! Don't Delay! BIG STOCKS NOW, but what the future holds for us we can't tell. Our buyers have been busy for five jatls-factio- n ss months getting together this collection for the opening of the new season. When you see our stock you will at once venture the assertion that merchandise-inot scarce, but it is, and getting more so every day,, and the price grows higher as the demand grows of the supply. It takes lots of merchandise to supply our customers, and it is not impossible to exhaust even our supply. in-exces- s s E. contl-nentn- P. BARNES & 8R0. Beaver Daon, Ky. Uraft aK to thrco scoro 'L"ar8 aml went to church. Ho HTllil uu tin . . .. f i. ..i mo iimo; uiui .1. Biwiiiium housou is used to go pritty roRlnr hut soveral years ago ho road nhoro a about over anyhow. ineotln' ho"so f down and killed n lot of Last week I said if any of my People, and ho was afraid to go nny- cnomles wanted to mako friends with more. Tins is u mighty cautious man. mo thoy could do to by brlngln' mo at I'alnt nnd powder, and flounces twist of homo-spu- n tohncco. Mo nnd Frank. Wnllaco of KoUno, Is good and ruffles, made that bunch of cus girls look protty good to mon agin. j i l,ast ""v. thoro worn't no spring Huck Thomas, of Narrows, wus in cIckons among 'em. " town Monday uiui Judgo Cook ast mo YORU TAXES NOW DUE. If ho wasn't a brother of nitno. I told ' l HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE him no, lw wus only a halt brother; TAX "ILLS FROM TUB COUNTY thut lluck was a Democrat. CLERK AND WILL HE IN MY OP. FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO I horby notify my wife, who is for tho winter, that everything RECEIVE YOUIt TAXES. ON AC Tlnsloy Is goln' to put in the papor COUNT OF THE ASSESSMENT DELAYED, I RECEIVED THE about me is, or will be a durued llo. TAX DILLS SEVERAL WEEKS LATE. WHICH MATERIALLY I don't hclevo that story Eck Rial up all SHORTENS THE TIME FOR COLtolls about Capt. Cox setttn' Monday night to seo tho circus un- LECTING TAX, AND MUST INSIST UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY load. Uut the Capt. was at tho depot OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLE-MENpowerful oarly Tuesday inornin.' OF THEIS TAXES. S. A. I3RATCHER, S. O. C. Undo Doztar Dartlett didn't caro nothln' bout stein' tho circus, TuesWhon ou havo Dackacho ltvor day, but came fit to bring Jits boy to or kidneys nro suro to be out tho coar Try Snnol, it does wondorV of th sco it. Tho boy l eighteen years old. tor !"ver: Kiuneys and bladder .. A.Vifl! 50c bottle Will convlnon I ast Tiusloy tho other day why hOjftt tho drug storo 46-. ' I ds MiMaraaiiiiiii nor g l't wheat-hnr-vestin- g . ' n p I aa ay DE-IN- O T tf o Children Cry CASTOR!A yr