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ORDER OF CALL "form ifortfitftf DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE iitjeptamcm OF OHIO COUNTY 1 m i I " ii ' Subscription $ .50 per Year No. 11 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918. k merchants and other trained businos3 throughout tho state everybody HUNS ARE HOMEWARD BOUND. men fn the country can fill out tho LINER WITH 2,800 I will bear his just share of tho burden questlonalres, and tho drafted men of tnxation, nnd nobody Is hurt. The movement of tho Huns Is toward Berlin. It Is clear now that mny savo themselves much travel and, ADOARD TORPEDOED Tho County Commissioner, assisted UNDER NEW DRAFT they havo despaired of victory by aggression and nro planning to fall back nt tho same tlmo lighten tho burby n doputy, Is busy every hour of tho day waiting on thoso who como to to fortified positions with n hope of prolonging tho war until their masters, den on tho attorneys here, by callHartford to list tholr property, and worn down by attrition, may soften their terms of vlcory. It Is reported ing on such persons to assist them 19-2- 0 Will Be ho has now a numbor of deputies who that in tho neighborhood of tho Ilhlno tho German army has built forti- in filling out their papers. U. S. Transport Hit Yanks And 32-3- 6 mt nro, after advertising tho tlmo, fications stronger than ever attempted by man before, and that their prcs-e- n AH Safe And Ship Is Called To The Colors CARSOX IGLEHEART WEDDING. having tho people meet them at their retreat Is offering only such rcslstanco as will enable them to withdraw First. Beached. voting places to give in their lists. Miss Mary Austin Carson and with tho least loss of munitions and men, to their more strongly fortified positions. Thoy nro said to havo prepared four lines of defenses, with the Lieut. Luin S. Igleheart were marDAY. hopo of making a determined stand In the valley of tho Rhine. But against ried at the home of the brldo hero Sept. 10: Provost Washington, Washington, Sept. 11. News ot Day tho modern shell, fortifications hnvo crumbled like dust heaps, and It Is Saturday evening nt 9:40 o'clock. Sunday will bo Homo-comin- g marshal General Crowdor announcRev. A. D. Litchfield nfirfnrmnrl thn the torpedoing of tho British liner and nil that tho first call to the at the Methodist church hero, time as- hardly probable tho great concrete trenches, said to havo boon prepared ceremony. Tho happy young cou - !Peral0' wUh American troops ed register Thursday those who have been nt any colors of mon who can llvo long under tho flro of tho big allied guns. Many heavy barbed plo left Sundny morning for Louis- - ,n tho war zono on September 6, was sociated with this church aro earnest' g,ven the American peoplo today first vlll lncludo .men In tho 19 and Tho public wire defenses aro said to have been built, but shells and tanks soon play vllle, whore Lieut. Igleheart is in ly urged to bo present. cluBses and In tho classes tho military service at Camp Taylor. !from tho Brltlah admiralty and then is cordially invited and urged to at- havoc with such defenses. Tho Issuo of the war Is already decided, but from 32 to 30 years, Inclusive. QuesTho brldo Is tho very lovable daugh - ,from tho navy department. All tho the raising of tho victory flag of tho allied armies on tho parapets of Bor-ll- n tor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carson, soiuiers wero rcscuett by tho accom- will go first to registrants tend. tionnaires A special program has been armay be many months delayed. Germany is beaten but not exhausted, nnd Mr. Igleheart Is a popular Ohio panlng destroyers. The vessel was within thoso specified ago limits, and ranged for tho day, and every mo local boards will bo ordered to clasand hoping now for no terms better than unconditional surrender, she will county boy who has won an honor- bea'ched. The ship had been lagging n moment of Interestbohlnd the convoy because of engine sify them first In readiness for calls ment will bo ing and Instructive entertainment. fight to tho Inst ditch. Tho American people must prepare for further able commission In tho American beginning In October. Tho .Republican extends trouble. begin with tho Sunday sacrifices, and wait with patience for tho end, the day and hour of coming Army. Services will London, Sept.l0. A troop ship Young men In tho 19 and hearty congratulation and wishes for n. m. Preach- no man may know. classes, Gen. Crowder said, will school work at 9:30 on them a life full of sunshine and with 2,800 American soldiers ing nt 11:00 a. in., 3:00 p. m., and Into tho board has been torpedoed. All hands lie accepted for induction song. tho evening. Como and were saved. Tho troop ship was Students' Army Trnlnlng Corps, but at 8:00 in friends with you, nnd m HARD DAYS WILL NEVER bring your AND 4 pointed out that the authorized beached. ho HEALTH BOARD MEETS. RETURN, SAYS GEX. HAIG pleasant day with In order to save time, instead ot strength of this corps Is only 150,-00- 0 spend a useful and tho "Old homo church.". men, whereas tho total number The County Board of Health met launching the boats, the men clamDAUGHTERS SLAIN mm London, Sopt. 10. "Wo have of registrants below 20 will be over passed through many hard days. hero Wednesday, with Judgo Mack bered down ropes to destroyers which XKW TOWN DISCOVERED. 3,000,000. Please God these will never return," Cook, Dr. J. O. McKinnoy and Dr. swarmed around tho stricken vessel and came close alongside. Tho Gcnornl rtifuscd to discuss fursays Field Marshal Halg, command- J. A. Duff, present. Prchaps it will bo news to most This operation was greatly faciliTho Board elected Dr. J. A. Duff ther the educational plans, saying people that tho town known as Balti- Russians Being Massacred er In chief of tho British forces in county health officer to fill tho va- tated by tho fact hat the sea was not they wore not within his province France, in an order of the day. The more is situate in Ohio county. We As Flames Devour cancy caused by the resignation of rough. Ho pointed out that tho total numcommander then says: recently made tho discovery. which ho expected to only Petrograd. The troop ship was a member of a ber of fit men enemy has now spent his Dr. E. B. Pendleton, who recently "Tho Haltmloro Is located In the hill bo secured from tho clnsses over 32 left for service In tho Army Medical large convoy approaching the English, effort." country somewhere between Jingo coast. The vessel was torpedoed 200 was only 601,000 and repeated tho The text of tho field marshal's or- Corps. The Board recommended Dr. Is of recent settle1 of men now and Horton, nnd statement that Class J. W. Taylor to the State Medical miles from shore at 3 o'clock on FriDaily Ex- der of tho day reads: London, Sept. 11. Tho ono storo and a registered would bo nlniost complete- ment. It consists of "One month has now passed since Board for appointment on the local day afternoon. garage. Hud Howard Is the Lord press claims to havo unquestionable 1. ly exhausted by October Destrojers to Rescue empress the British armies, having success- board to fill the membership vacaninformation that the former Mayor and founder of tho municipaly cy caused by tho resignation of Dr. Gen. Crowder also issued The transfer of the American solis of Russia, with her four daughters, fully withstood all the attacks ot the ity. Thiv population of Baltimore n general appeal to employers to as Pendleton. Dr. J. A. Duff will per- diers from the striken vessel to yet numerous, but the foundation has been murdered by the Bolshevik!. encihy, once moro took the offensive sist In tho presentation of claims for not been laid and there Is room for The paper says it Is further under In their turn. In that short space form tho duties of county physician escorting British and American tor occupational exemptions and declar- has quickly until va meeting of tho Fiscal court pedo boat destroyers wns growth. The stranger within Its gates stood the Dowager empress, with a 0f tme uy a series ot brilliant and ed that this was tho "unexplored field In October. made without injury to anyone. who had skillfully executed actions, we have Is not In doubt as to whero he is on daughter and mm They all escaped Injury when the of tho new draft and that no estimap, as Bud has tho nnmo Balti- been staying at Ynltawere, wero re- - repeatedly dofeated the same Ger PLAYED THE DEVIL. torpedo exploded, and thoy were soon mates could bo mado as to tho num- tho more writ in box car letters over tho contly attacked by tho red guards, nian armies whose vastly superior on their way to p. British port. ber of men who ought to bo excluded door of tho principal business house. who sought to kill all three. Sailors numbers compelled our retreat last Five Owensboro youths played the from military Bervlco in the upper There was no sign of panic on fought the 8prng, What has happened on the from tho Black sea fleet Itah for Baltimore. devil for several nights recently in board, and the admirable behavior of ago limits becnuso of their occupared guards and the battle continued British front has happened also on that city, and brought down fines of the men was especially gratifying to tion " two weeks until tho red guards wero tno front of our allies, CURTIS ACQUITTED. $17 each. With boyish love of mis Emphasizing tho importance to bo defeated. "Less than six months after the chief and the wellnlgh universal love the officers. Many of the troops came from attached to exemptions on tho occuLondon, Sept. 11. Tho British for- - launching of tho great German Alox Curtis, who conducts a transto terrorize, tho boys dressed up as Chicago and Cleveland, and a large pational grounds, Gen. Crowdor apolllce hns received no news con- - fensive which was to have cut the nnd ghosts and devils and paraded the re- percentage pealed to employers and Industrial fer business between Hartford of ihem wero factory Dam, was tried in the Daviess cerning the reported massacre acts allied front In two, the allied armies mote streets and allies of the clt. leaders generally to make n special Beaver everywhere today aro advancing vic- With red sweaters drawn down parti hands of foreign extraction. Their be- Friday, on a chnrgo of and Incendiarism In Petrograd. study of their field In tho light of circuit court proved that they had assimiSept. 11. General torlously side by side over tho samo operating nn nutomoblle while In an , Washington, tho draft requirements. tonight author- - battlefield on which by the courage ally over their heads, and with sticks lated the true spirit of the American acquitted, March, chief of staff, stiffening tho sleeves to glvo the ap soldier. "I address to them the suggestion Intoxicated condition, and Ized the statement that American jana steadfastedness of their defense pearance of horns, the boys had a more and thereby hangs a tale. that they charge themselves To the surprise of most ot the solArchangel to tney broke tho enemy's assaults. Early In Mny tho writer employed troops hnvo landed at high time till the fall came. The po- diers, the troop ship did not sink. Kstomatlcally with this responsibilAl (o Owcns-bor- o asslst.other entente forces gathered "Yet more hasv been done. lice took tho bunch into the city court ity," ho said In pointing out that em- Mr. Curtis to make a trip ready we have pressed beyond our whero they wero fined on charge of Some means apparently were' found for somo machinery repairs. On there. Tho number was not given. ployers should present their claims to check tho Inrush ot water, and she Washington, Sept. 11. A dispatch old battle lines of 1917 and have Masonville, disorderly conduct. Beckham Kirby, got near enough to the shore to be for men who might through "mis- tho way back, when near American legation at Chrls- - made a wide breach in tho enemy's narrow point from the son Of Eugene Kirby, formerly of beached. It Is hoped that the vessel taken chivalry" fall to claim exemp- meeting n wagon nt a in an effort to tlanla today said reliable information strongest defenses." Narrows in this county, was one of ultimately can be salvaged. At the samo In tho road Mr. Curtis, themselves. tion for glorious nccompHshment had reached thero that Petrograd "In this team, tho depredators. time, ho said, his suggestion had an- avert a collision with tho was burning In twelve different places nil ranks, arms and services of tho the phase, In that careful examina- driver of which mado no effort to and that thero was Indiscriminate other IMPORTANT NOTICE. J armies In France have borne ROYAL ARCH MASONS British car Into tion of Industry might show somo glvo part of tho road, ran his their part' In the most worthy and some massacro of people In the streets. a ditch. After tho accident HAVE BIG MEETING exemption claims to bo unnecessary, All parties desiring to Convert Secretary Lansing In announcing honorable manner. Irresponsible person telephoned tho and In this connection, ho added: Liberty Loan Bonds of the first and messngo said It did not prisoners "Tho capture of 75,000 Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. sheriff's office that tho wrecked car receipt of tho "Tho needs of tho military forces per cent massacre was and 750 guns In tho course of four M., held Its regular convocation Tues- second Issue Into Any was loaded with whisky and beer Indicate whether thewas a aro known and Imperative. result of a weeks' fighting speaks for tho magni- day, last, convening at 4 o'clock In Bonds, or to havo them registered or organized or merely given quantity of doferments will ul- being brought to Ohio county for tho gonernl stato of anarchy. Thero was Intude of your efforts nnd the magni- tho afternoon, and winding to a close changed .In any manner, will take timately hnvo to bo made up by tho purpose of sale. Acting upon such to their nearest Bank, Or bring nothing to show whnt part tho ficence of your achievement. near 12, with about 55 minutes them depletion of somo other occupation." formation tho shorlff sent his depu"My thanks ore due to all ranks recess for supper at 7. All of, the them to the Beaver Dam Deposit authorities wero playing In to mako a rich ties to Masonville m of tho fighting forces for their Indom- - degrees were conferred, with a class Bank between this date and Sept. "tiger" hall. Tho officers found tho the situation. COUNTY ROAD WORK. According to tho reports, pillaging Itableness In attack, to all commond- - of S or 9 receiving the Royal Arch. 21st. 1918. only one pint of whiscar loaded with JOHtf',11, BARNES. aid, ky nnd two bottles of beer. But tho and riots wero taking placo In nil crs nnd their staff ofilcers under H. W. Grading roads under stnto Messrs. W. W. Clark, season, is making deputies being, novices, proceeded parts of tho city, and thero Is no whoso nble direction such great re- Price, B. E. Foar, Fred Weir, W. J. planned fop this seniblnnce of law or military regula sults have been attained, and also Taylor, J. W. Bishop nnd James SEPTEMBER WEDDINGS. good progress. Grading on tho Owons-bor- o to bring In tho occupants of tho car. to nil thoso whose unsparing labors Keeloy, of Owensboro; J. M. Porter, road Is noarly completed. Tho When tho officers delivered tho car tions. bohlnd tho actual fighting line have C. P. Austin and J. Morton Williams, The following marriage licenses work has bean well dono. Nearly half load of contraband liquor to tho coun XEW GREKXBACKS OUT. contributed essentially to tho com- of Beaver Dam, wore visitors of tho have been issued in the county court miles of grading planned ty Judge's offlco Uio quantity was so of tho thrco mon cause. To havo commanded this Chapter on this occasion and assist- clerk's office during September: for tho Hardlnsburg road has boon disappointing that the court was in n Washington, September 4. Two splendid army which at a tlmo of ed materially In the work of tho evEsttl Kissinger 20, Simmons, to done, and tho romalndor will havo quandary about what courso to purthe first of tho na- - gravo crisis has so nobly dono its ening. Callle Turner, 22, Simmons. been finished before tho winter soft- sue But tho arrests had been made now groendacks currency aro in clr - duty fills mo with prldo. ,SteYO Westerflold, 73, Beaver Dam, ness of tho enrth Interferes with tho nnd somo charge must bo preferred. tlon's wartime to Mrs. America Sandefur, 63, Beaver high cost of In tho absence of grounds for a real dilation. They nro In $1 nnd $2; "Wo have passed through many GATES OF PRISON work. On account of tho God planned dark days together. Please CLOSE OX HAYWOOD Dam. such work tho Fiscal court will not chargo Curtis' nervousness was con- Federal reservo banknotes, Stanley Petty, 19, Horso Branch, any stone this strued as Intoxication, and ho was especially to roplaco tho sllvor cer- theso will never return. Tho enemy attempt to lay down to Mamie Raloy, 20, Olaton. Leavenworth, Kas., Sept. 7. year. Instead it will try tho experi- slated with a chargo of operating an tificates withdrown from clrcnlatlon, has now spent his effort and wo rely C. D. Williams, 18, Rochester, to of tho automobllo whllo In an Intoxicated as tho Treasury's sllvor reserve Is confidently upon each one of you William D. Haywood, secretary of tho ment of frequent dragging oppor-jtunlnewly graded roads. Tho oxporlmont condition. After hearing, tho ovldonco molted Into bullion for oxport to the to turn to full ndvantago tho Industrial Workers of the World, and Elsie Russell,- 20, Echols. your skill, courago and reso ninety- - two other members of tho, orL. S. Igleheart, 23, Hartford, to will bo watched with Interest, nnd if tho Jury decided that Mr. Curtis was allies. Tho $1 noto benrs a portrait ot lution have created." ganization convicted in Chicago on Mary Aubtln Carson, 21, Hartford. successful may bo adopted as a per- not Intoxicated at tho tlmo of tho d J. D, Morris, 37. White Run, to accident, nnd ncqulted him of tho Goorgo Washington In the upper charges of violating the espionage manent plan for road building. x corner of tho faco side, nnd LAWYERS WILL HELP m chargo. act, wore received into the federal Loralne Erabry, 18, White Run. a gonerally MEX IX XEW DRAFT poniteutiary hero this afternoon. Tho Edgar Klper, 27, Balzetown, to otherwise resembles m ASSESSMENT PROGRESSING. Ida Smith, 18, West Beaver Dam. Federal resorvo note. On tho rovorso KILLING CMIIiD. FOR trip, which was made by special train , At a meeting of tho members of from Chicago, was without Incident. sldo Is shown In a conto'r oval an Tho assessment of tho proporty of HAIL HITS TOIUCCO. Owonsboro, Ky., Sopt. 10. Miloy englo In full flight, typifying the na- tho Hartford Bur, held in tho Coungum nnd apparnow tax law is Haywood, chewing tho county under tho ty Judgo's offlco Wednesday", It was ently at his case, declared the recent n young man of tion mobilised for war. being mado with order and system. Baskett, a perA hall storm enrly yesterday morn Tho $2 noto Is similar, excopt that decided to orrango, during tho bomb explosion In Chicago was very Tho Tax Commissioners of tho va- Hendorson, was found guilty by a Jeffer- iod of filling out questlonalres of unfortunate and lnopertune and ing did considerable dainago to tobac rious counties wore called to Frank- Jury In tho Circuit Court this after-noo- n It bears a portrait of Thomas on n chargo of luvoluntury man- son on tho front and a plcturo of a men in tho now draft, to have two that tho occurrence had caused them co, and other crops, In a' limited area fort before tho work was begun and attorneys assigned for each day In to bo hurried to prison, (nterforrlng noar Hartford and in tho Concord buttlo ship on tho back. a gcnornl schooling given thorn. Mr. slaughter and fined $500. . neighborhood. tho week to assist, without charge, with their efforts to obtain ball. Tobacco was not Tho Indictment was tho rosult of Is making a conclontlous, capaWard In tho work. Thoy will sit at tho destroyed, but considerably damHEG1STRATIOX DAY. ble and efficient assessor, and Is running ovor and killing u young aged. Other crops wore not seriouscourt house, during the regular busWARRANT FOR SEDUCTION. following the plain directions of tho man last April while Baskett nnd ly hurt. Yesterday was registration day in iness hours of each day, for tho pur- proporty Browning Held wero racing In two law. If ho Is Insisting on Ohlo county, and registrars wero pro-- , pose 6f giving f reo asslstanco to all Elmer Ashley swore out a warrant nt a machines in Owonsboro. ownors listing their proporty CENTERTOWN HOISTS FIiAG. In county court Wednesday for Cecil Last week Hold also was found vlded to hold the registration In each who apply. It Is generous of the higher rote than thoy havo formerly precinct. Tho War Depart- - yers to glvo their time to this Daniel, charging him with seducing listed it there Is no causo for com- guilty and sentenced to servo twelve calculated there would bo 2,- - vice, so useful to thoso who will his daughter, Myrtle Ashloy, under The citizens ot Centertown denfon-stratplaint. Tho State Tax Commission re- mouths In jail und fined $500. Ho Tho local board haj promise ot marriage. Tho girl is 19 ap- 700 men In Ohio county between the requlro It. their patriotism Tuesday quires that proporty bo listed for not was pormtttcd ball pending an per cent of its v'uluo, peal, and his sweetheart, Mlbs Fran- ages of 18 nnd 45 years. Reports 'not yot rocelved tho quostlonnlresT and tho boy 15. Tho Ashloys llvo afternoon by n flag raising. With apless than eighty coun- - hut thoy aro expected any day. Thoy In Hartford and panlel cast of town. propriate ceremonies. Several hun-dro- d nnd whore tho county commlshloner ces Proctor, of Morgnnfleld, arrang- from the various sections of tho peoplo wero in attendenco, and stato commission ed It, and ns soon as ho was releas- ty were, that at an early hour in the will bo mailed out Immediately uftor Tho Sheriff tailed to locate Daniel fails to so list It tho morning a largo number of men wero they hnvo been received, and It is when he wont to arrest hi in, and It music and oratory graced tho occa- will tnko tho matter out of his hands ed from Jail they wero married. nt tho registration places ready to expected tho filing of questlonalres Is rumored that tho boy has skld- - ofrti Tiiflfra T TI Tin rnoa nt Tin trfr Baskett paid his flno this higher than Mr. and prehaps list it will begin next week. Postmusters, doed. ford, delivered the principal, address. make tho required declarations. Ward Is listing It. If tho rato is unl- HOME-COMINto-da- y SS t to-da- son-in-la- of-el- 4- Bol-shevl- kl ty left-han- -- woll-know- to-al- ly law-voti- ser-me- nt ed I GERMANY WATCHING TALES RECITED bo placed on full active duty and contracts will bo mn do as soon ns possible with tho colleges for subsistence and In the housing, Gallant Records Made By Misled Huns Now Hoping struction of tho student soldiers. rlllcs and 2. Officers, uniform, Canadian Regiments Liberty Loan 4th ns may bo such other equipment In France. Will Fail nvallablo will be furnished by the War Department, ns previously announced. , With Tho Canadian Forces In Tho Dispatches from Gcrmnny coming will be giv3. Tho student-soldieby way of London report that tho en military Instruction under officers Field, Sept. 7. A gallnnt Btory Is German government Is preparing to of tho Army and will bo kept under told of two signalers of a Manitoba launch n war loan at about the same observation and test to determine field bnttcry which has fought sluco time the American Fourth Liberty their qualifications ns officer candi the battlo of tho Yprcs salient In Loan will open September 28. Thcro dates, and technical experts such as 1916, the Sommo, Vlmy Hldgo, Lens, Is much uneasiness In (Jcrmnny over engineers, chemists doctors. Hill 70, 1'asschondaelo and tho recent and tho financial situation of tho Central A(tcr n certain period, the men will battlo. They nro chums, ono coming Powers and tremendous efforts will oe aciCctcil according to their per-b- o from London, England, and the other mado to make tho German loan a formance, and assigned to military from Winnipeg. It was Just before tho opening of n very Important operation success In order to Improvo condl- - ,mt. j one or ti,c following ways: tlons there. (n) Ho may bo transferred to n when It was vitally Important that MEXICO'S SKXTIMEXT telephone connection between tho Neutral observers say that tho Ger- - CCntrnl officers' training camp, INDKWJOIXU CHAXOi: man government Is anxiously wntch- 0) ne may be transferred to a battery and brlgado headquarters is place in lng the preparations for the Fourth officers' training si10"1" be mnintnlned at all costs. Laredo, Tex., Sept. 7. A promi They discovered that tho line was Loan and that Hun officials arc pre- - school. organization nent American business man of Mexdieting Its failure. Reports from this to tho down nnd tho the enemy wns strafing ico city, who Is spending (c) hc may bo assigned does for you is country of hot winds and drought school whero he is enrolled for fur-ha- with a deadly shellflrc, they went to In this city on business, a few days in an Inter you it. led tho Huns to believe that the ther intensive work In a specified work to find nnd repair tho break. view given tho International News This dono, they discovered that other very heart of America, tho great n0 for n limited specified time. Sorvlco correspondent, stated that a Both of batteries on the line were cut off and great change had como over Middle West, is discouraged over the! (,i) He may bo assigned to tho tho peodevelopment in conditions. Uerlin believes that catlonnl training section of the Corps they proceeded to repair the whole ple of Mexico living within the last few tho Southwest is in tne samo con-'rtechnician training of military line. Just getting It Into commission weeks nnd that now sentiment In they belong to. as "zero" hour struck. dltlon. value. fnvor of tho United States nnd tho Swift & .Scottish Colonel Leads Men. Howovcr, Germany has often been (0) ne may bo transferred to a allies in tho world war can bo heard arc expressed misled by tho reports received from cantonment for duty with troops as a ..Tales of Individual heroism located in on every hand. Formerly, all legion, but none are more notable this country. Berlin, the Kaiser and private. as a result of extensive German propover fitted ,ti similar sorting and the whole imperial group are aoout reassign-t- o than tho gallantry of the colonel of a aganda, much sentiment wns heard in suffer another sickening disap- - ment 0f the men will bo made at Canadian Scottish battalion who, favor of Germany, but now conditions refrigerating to polntment. When tho news that-- 1 periodical intervals, as the rcquire-Americ- a when his unit was In an exceedingly arc fast being reversed. cool, fresh. has again ients of tho service demand. It can tight place last Monday, owing to Its Tho most potent factor In bringing the Fourth Loan reaches Berlin the 0t be now definitely stated how long flank being In the air for lack of sup- about this reversal of sentiment, one is in personal charge of military autocrats win nave to tniiiK a particular student will remain at port, personally rallied It to the as stated the American, are tho Mexican believes in by a Swift & out some other excuse to offer. (college. This will depend on the re- - sault, leading his front rank newspapermen who recently mado an That American money will not 'nulromcnts of tho mobilization and hundred yards in the charge against extensive is doing for people tour of tho United States back up American men is the hope the age group to which lie belongs, the enemy machine gun juudrhn and 'nnd were to help do it. shown thru all the Indus- to which the Huns are clinging. All i or,ier t0 keep the unit at adequate thus snatching victory from what trial plants of this country, woro reports agree that American fighting 'strength, men will bo admitted from seemed disastrous dei'Mf directed by men taken to the army and naval stations men hnvo shaken German confidence, j secondary schools or transferred from "Ho bore a charmed life," tc nark- and saw what was being done, visited how to When tho American Marines broke Depot Brigades as the need may re- - ed ono of his staff. Hj piper was tho various big cities and points of up the Hun's rush against Paris at quire. to wounded. places Interest of the country, nnd were acChauteau-Thlerr- y there was consterllrmr Work OT 15i'..';-lloii- . it is needed. Students will ordinarily not be corded many hospitalities by the Remarkable, tool lr. th-- lighting of Americans, Including an nation In the German High Com- permitted to remain on duty in the audience with week wi.. the work of a Northern is shipped to mand. The famous Prussian Guard college units after the majority of last President Wilson nt Uio White House regiments were sent to clean out tho their fellow citizens of like age have Alberta battalion which when the direct from 111 tllo These editors have returned to MexAmericans but were stopped, smashed been called to military service at mlinln lift ii'Imi. ti'na linl.l 111. Urn.' nnil slum Mint. fliiin thru the .... ....... Swift & .,.... llfranliri n......... nnulHnn refrigerator .,., IICWB.UIUI and and driven back in such a state of camp. Exception to this rule will be SUUUfe irilUlllj ,,Uo...U.. ... 0. A "' .!, .l .. .if Hoi vol ' domorilization that they had to be re- made, as the needs of the service rein it can be mngazines, arc cnligliton ng the Mex- moved from tho line. quire it. in the case of technical and on the Scarpe River and thence bomb- - lca" l'coplo on tho actual conditions disposed of while fresh sweet. No longer able to claim that , scientific students, who will be as ed Its way up a communicating trench prevailing and Americans cannot reach Franco or signed for longer periods for inten- to the center of tho main enemy the advisability of tho Mexican iwoplc Your dealer comes to trench line. Dividing here, a company aligning themselves with this country that they are poor fighters tho Ger sive study in specialized fields. your for someto the man is faUing back on the claim that COMMITTEE OX EDUCATION' AND worked to the left and another and ,tituiil meriting their good-wi- ll one else can right, bombing as they went, America cannot raise the money to SPECIAL TRAINING. government were cleared and the .assistance. Tho Mexican support tho great armies that have By Robert I. Reese. Colonel, Gen- the trenches we can. apparently approves the propaganda and "whiz machine gun position crossed the Atlantic and that are eral Staff Corps, Chairman. bang battery were taken from the 'of the Mexican editors in favor of the being raised and trained In this So you need in so fur no protest cauntry. The Germans have always Swellings of the flesh caused by in ' order to live well; ', exposed tho north flank of 'hui been . made. against any of the ,, This liked to think that "Yankees" are" flammation, cold, fractures of the i mvc I learu , dollar crazy, that the "Amcrikaner" bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheu- Jigsaw wood and the enemy stream-- j luruiiit's nine need is a dollar worshipper and that ho matism can be relieved by applying ed back ont of it. As they went this j each other, in order to be useful to you. Cood For ItilioiiMii'.s. thinks more of dollars than ho does Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should battalion poured In from the trenches Ij "Two years ago I suffered, from frc-- I of American nntlonal honor. The be well rubbed in over the part af they had occupied a tremendous qucnt attacks of stomach troublo and Potsdam Gang Is now using this old fected. Its great healing and pene- rifle fire, augmenting by tho captur- - btlionsniiss. Seeing Chamberlain's claim in order to create confidence trating power eases the pain, reduces ed trench mortars and machine guns. Tablets I try swelling and restores natural condi and bolster up Its dying hopes. "It was like plugging into a herd tlrfin. advertised concluded tcMas 1 Improved rapbily." Washington officials point out that tions. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per of buffalo in the days before the rail Ejnma Vcrbryfcc. Lima, Ohio, in the Germans fully believed this bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug hit the nortb of Saskatchewan" said country would not enter the war, that Co. m an old plainsman. "The Boche got out of that wood quick, but mighty few SI3XU' PICTURES the "German vote" in this country TO mi: mm, mints. got over the ridge." would paralyze America, that the RICH IMPORTER TO IJE m TRIED FOR HOARDING United States was afraid of the GerRed Cross and Y. M. Diarrliopn in Children. A. workers man strength and that could New York, Sept. 7. The first rsuirniiiff to tho United States utter sink our ships, drown our women and KKI) CROSS RHPORT. For diarrhoea in children one year having shared, in a measure, tho preachoutside all to tts decado-ol- d children and spies could blow up case in which the criminal section of the Lever food control act has been old or older you will find nothing bet- hardships, dangers and Joys oC the ings of dcinochacy, says: munition 'plants and factories indefof and toldlers, stress tho Importance initely. Events show that the Ger- employed against alleged food hoard- ter than Chamberlain's Colic "IllndonbuiK is wrong in denying ers in this city, the Federal Food Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a tending: pictures of honursceui.'sisnd Show More Than Our .Million Amer tho cntento's description of internal mans were mistaken. icans Haw Itccn AssKlcd. Germany.. Many dermans helievo The Fourth Liberty Loan is certain Board announced today, will come to dose of castor oil. It should be kept loved ones to the fighters and of 'rial next Tuesday, when Rudolph nt hand and given as soon as tho first writing frequent letters to tho Hearthat tho auKisllon for political reto smash down their latest claims Washington., Septemhor 1. More form contained In the leaflets scatthat Americans will not back their Oelsner, a wealthy Importer, will ap- unnatural looseness of tho bowels ap- ers of khaki. m Trlllcs light as air which, In the than a inlllicii persons throughout tered by American airplanes Is corarmies and their government with pear in the United States District pears, midst of discomfort, devastation; and tho United States have been rendered rect." Court to answer charges of hoarding their money. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT death, link tno toIdIerdon tho west- assistance by tho home service brunch ugar. Tli! heavy band of tho censor has. I . " 4m Mi OF SKIT. 1, 1018 ern frond to tho carc-- f rue, hapi $ past of tho American Red: Cross finco this been quick to fall upon editors In vapenalty for hoardThe maximum Results Will are priceless, and pictures of" little country entered tho war. This Is dis- rious parts af the country who spoko ing under tho law Is two years' ImThe crop season for 1918 Is rapid- brothers and sisters at play or of closed In tho first uf a ser5es of -prisonment In a federal penitentiary their mind too freely on this sub- - A Startle Rockport ly drawing to a closo. It Is too ear- fathers and mothers sitting uu tho porta Issued hero allowing tho um.'h Jecct. Thus ono new'Spapor in Saxony or a fine of $5,000, or both. People report quick results from ly to give final astlmates on actual porches of their homes aro aboro being mado of tho first Red Cross war has boon nearly suppressed for makpure Lavoptik eye wash. A girl with yields and only a summary of con- rubha or gold in vulue. fuiul of $1 00,000. UOO and tho plans ing tho Jocular suggestion that weak, r.traincd eyes was helped by The A snapshot of a favorite ditg or of so tar perfected Tcr future worlu ditions is given' this month. had better return his Iron, Her mother could ONK application! largest money crops of the Statu, a river bant by which tho soldier lad During alio first six months of tho woss untfl better dnys OF not sow or read becauso of eyo pains. corn and tobacco, are damaged by once strolled brings 'lappine&s in the present year ?1, 500,000 was expendAnother publication wns prosecut- - j In ono weok her troublo was gone. A tho drouth, and this extreme drouth-ha- memory of other days and tho ed for tho homo Borvlco, but by Jan-ua- ed for railing Hlndenburg "Marshal mall bottle of Lavoptik Is guaranteed tno thcviKhts of the future whom the war prevailed over practically 1 iwxt. Red Cross officials ox- - Rueckwaerts" (backward ). to help EVERY CASE weak, strained entire State. It was broken tho lat- will bo ended. Tho majority of Grman nowspn- r!ct the total to roach $0,000, 000. or Inflamed eyes. ONE WASH btartles "W. Frank 1'orsonn, director-generter part of August, since which tlmo a monthly demand of ? 1,000,000 pers mauugo to keep within tho limwith Its quick results. Aluminum eyo Need Help to Pass the Crisis Safe conditions aro greatly Improved nnd of the bureau of clvilllan rollof of tho thereafter. its of respectful comment, though not cup FREE. Harrel Bros,, druggists, ly Proof that Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's the final estimate on yields on lato Red Cross, who recently returned "Tim purpono of homo horvlco,"" a fow ventured the, suggestion that 1 at Rockport. crops may tell it' different tale, than from Franco states: Vegetable Compound "Frequent the report say, "aro to conserve hit Hlndenburg in his; public remnrks. oa tho low estimates given herein would pictures of children aro ittiroliarly im- - man resources in fighters' families displayed a woeful lack of Infonna- Can be Relied Upon. i' TO COLLKUE. ENLIST AXI indicate jortuus. Those at. homo bee the chiV to roWcvp ciuergencUw, to supplement tlon as to tho real military position. Tho general condition of cirn is dron dully, but from a distauco of Iloro lu Ilolluntl opinion is ns usu Government provlston for depend Urbana, 111. "During Change of Life, The following statements outllno In addition to it3 annoying symptoms, I reported at 7C per cent, as a Stato miles and liua war vnvironmcut, outs, to aid disabled soldiers, to al, divided. Tho Nleuwo Rotter-dauich- o tho gonoral plan under which the haa an attack of average The first ustimato on tho it is difficult to Imagine a satisfactory supply information of any kind to Courant says with its cusgrippa which lasted yield of eern Is given at 21 bushels picture of how a child who was war-ing- r men In service or to Students' Army Training Corps will their families tomary forcofiUnoss: all winter and left per acre as compared with 30 busli-ul- s, operate under tho changed conditions eurls really looks, uftor his first to help families to kcop pace with "Gormany Is alroady beaten bcfo.ro mo in a weakened produced by tho revision of tho Se- RIk I1! Tho hair-cu- t, Slatw average last year. or Iww ho fooks with his flfihtors who are getting a better out- tho American armies havo appeared condition. I felt at lective Sorvlco Law: tiroes that I would condition of hurley tobacco is given little fists pushed down In tho pockets look on life, and to help maintain tho in full strength upon tho battlo-fiold- ." 1. All young men, who woro never bo well again. at 71 por cent and dark tobacco at of his first pair of pants." morale of our army and navy by uafo- I read of Lydia E. 70. Much of tho early tobacco Is planning to go to school this fall, j So wrlto often to tho men who aro guarding homos. It I not charity, but Pink ham's Vege-t,- a cut, owing to tho exteremoly hot should carry out their plans and do fighting tho battlo for civilization and only that nelshborllncss which Is duo I'AltOI.Kti OltAXTKI) PltlKUXKItS. b o Compound so. Each should go to tho college of i Tho following paroles havo been and what it did for weather, but tho rains nro bringing fill your letters with brightness, toll- - every lighter from the people of the his choice, matriculate, and enter as women passing out Into tobacco to advantage. Hemp lng of the little domestic happenings whole United Stntos." granted by tho Stnte Hoard of Prison through the Change acreage Is small and condition is giv- - and pleasures, nud Inclose an oc-e- n n regular student. Ho will, of courso, Commissioners: of Life, so I told my also register with his local board on , ut 73 per cent. Condition occasional picture of ono of tho mom-co- H ux pri:ss poki:s Abraham Scott, Roll county, mur doctor I would try thotreglstrution day set by tho Presipeas and soy beans Is given in jbors of tho family circle whoso hearts AT IIIXDKXUUIKJ der, life, 1917; O. R. Knight. Edgor it. I soon began to dent. As soon us possible after tho in at 82 percent. bo Knight, Georgo Stearmnn. freo from tho finnrt-ml ci.in tho strength both instances these crops out. Iluiiis'wlll nevor fearentirelytho "boys come Amsterdam, Sept. 7. Scorn nnd Sttinrt, Muhlenburg annoying havu brought and w registration day, probably on or about 1 of until county, confod-wl- t, svmntoma ills dens aro given nt CD per cent, Irish home." October tho first, opportunity will bo nnF.,inmnf1 nml iftiitVnrratanln fVvmnitirwl subtlo scarcasm and open do- - orating, four yoars, 191G; Sol Ilray, given for all tho regularly enrolled has mado mo u well, strong woman so potatoes ut CS per cent, and sweet flanco havo been ollclted from tho Whltloy county, storo breaking, 1017 studentB to bo Inducted into tho Stu- - l j0 all my own housework. I cannot potatoes at 79 por cout. Pastures German press by Field Marshal Hln- - Moso Cheek, Street Cheek, McCrnck-donburg- 's dents' Army Training Corps at tho recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'8 Vega- - hnvo been grcutly in need of ruins pronunclmento en county, robbory, two to' ton years solonm corner, ''y schools whero they aro in attendance. nbl Compound too Chango of Life." and tho conditions show at 65 por warning tho peoplo of tho Fatherland 1914; George Wells, Trigg count-4- " through tho Thus tho corps will bo organized by LMr8.WNKlJENS0N, 131GS. Orchado cent, but uro considerably revived For Infants and Children against "tho enemy's porson shoots," manslaughter, ten years, 1908; Eddlo voluntary Induction undor the So- - St, Urbana, 111. slnco tho drouth has been broken. In county, housobreak-droppe- d Use For Over Years meaning by tho propaganda leaflets- Jordan, Fayetto 1917; Clydo lectlvu Service Act, Instead of enlist- Women who Buffer from nervousness, Alfalfa condition Is given ut SO per ontento and Amorlcan air,- lng. Jhreo years, Cox.Da-Plaue- s. Always bears "heat flashes," backache, headaches cent, nnd while the third cutting was wont as previously contemplated. ,vicss county, forgory, two tho years, "& the blues" should try this famous l.v Tho btudent. oluntury in- root Bn( herb remedy, Ljia E. Pink- - abandoned lu some localities, tho Signature of Vorwaorts, tho chlof Socialist or- - 1917; John II. Ruckor, Plko county, tluctlon, becomes u soldier lu tho hum's Yccetablo Compound. average is glveu at 1.3 tuus per Stato euu, manifestly encouraged by tho manslaughter, tsontouco commuted 4 AMERICANS PREPARE taneously rs United States Army, uniformed, sub ject to military discipline and wllh CANUCK the pay of n private They will simul- VALOR aero. It Is estimated that tho number of Hvo stock on hnnd as compared with last year li asi follows: Horses 02 per cent, condition Dl per cent. Cnttlo S8 per cent, condition 90 por cent. Hogs 91 per cent, condition 92 per cent. Sheep 93 per cent, condition 94 per cent. Much interest Is shown in poultry In many localities and n consequent lncrenso In tho n umbers on hnnd as compared with last year, whllo In othor localities this has fallen off. Condition of poultry Is placed at 91 per cent. Melons nnd fruits of all kinds are especially short this year, condition of same being ns follows: Apples, G4 per cent; Ornpcs 65 per cent; Melons 65 per cent. ii What is a Branch House? vp ' vo-cr- or J j j I ,... j - 1 .-w ,.tl.. ..,,,,,., !,,,, " ' ,....,! ,,,.., The Branch House the the packing where what the packing plant put where can use are the natural result growth and the thing Company Branch Houses are distributing centers the country. They are out with equipment keep meat sweet and Each a man who what Company and wants They are who have spent years learning get better meat cheaper the where Meat the branch houses the packing plants in Company's cars, such quantities that and meat here buy meat .youunless treat him better then the branch house and the branch house and the packing plant S. i Swift & Company, U. A. J 1 d Hln-denbi- irg WOMEN MIDDLE AGE ry al :'.,-0- :i Tilfi -- & kl 1 J w I n aar-(shudo- CASTORlA 30 Ca$fM!yic -- i .u.. - y"' ..- - x -- i ... v '..- - s" - ' ' '"" '' .n f r" 1ntrf-- g 'ht-i ii nt ;; .WM- - i-U- . 1 . .,. .1...'JL qfc- - 3..... ,a. .LviLh-.,,- tj ft ,Aii.A,kAWj ALLIED RESPECT WON GY YANKS American Warriors Prove Inspiration To Tommy And Poilu (Louisville Hornld) Paris, Via London, Sept. 7. Paris, Sopt. 7. Agitation for tho In use for over 40 years! construction of tunnels under tho layed)- - I wnH starting another optiStrait of GIbrnltcr nnd tho English Thousands o! voluntary Channel with tho building of rail mistic dispatch tills morning boforo Idlers from women, tellroads thru British nnd French Afrl-- ! going back to tho front, when Big ing of the good Cardul enn possessions has been started1 Ilorthn thumped In my neighborhood. has done them. Tills Is again with vigor. She hnd never thumped there before. the best proof of the value Kvory now oxporlcnco Is enjoyed by It Is said that with theso subways, i of Cardul. It proves that connected with proposed railroads. ' Americans In Franco, no I hurried tho trip from Paris to Dakar, in down to tho boulevard to mako the Cardul is a good medicine Senegal, could ho made in three days, ncqunlntanco of tho ludicrous ergo of lor women. where now It take3 from eight to ten tho Germans. There are no harmful or A lively Mississippi Valloy thunderdays; nnd that tho Journey from Lonhabit -- forming drugs in storm Is ton tlnicB more exciting than don to Cape of Good Hopo could be It is composed Cardui. covered in eight days, where now It Fran Ilcrtha, liio she continues requires eighteen days hy sea. only of mild, medicinal storming at systematic Intervals all Pctrogratl and even Pekln, would m, ingredients, with no bad f morning and afternoon. The explo- Co. sion of a Itortlin sholl at close ran go havo n railway opening to Morocco. s. ls 1h not ncnrly o deafening ns n thunto the Congo would bo liki:d tiikii: lkttkhs. i a flvo days' trip. The railroads would der clap bovcral Mocks nway. TAKE connect the big cities on the coast of Parisian lifo is not affected a trlllo grocery . Smith was running a small liy today's Iminhnrdniont, the longest In a newly developed district, and tho j V Morocco with Dakar, which, the to date, excepting that n gentloinan big wholesale dealers found him very, French argue, would develop Into ono of tho biggest world ports. nmnthorod under later In n harbor's backward In payment of his accounts. ' chair had to suffer in discomfort unWould Shorten Trip. They sent him letter nfter letter, til tho coiffeur had gone to his door each moro politely threatening than From Dakar to Pernamhuco is a to mako n gay grimace at tho wnrm-eye- d tho last. Finally they sent their rcprc- ! four days' trip. Thus Dakor would, NOV, UP AND for obvious reasons, becomo tho big modiste across tho wyiy. senatlvo down to give him a sporting southern French port, nnd all May Ho Ofloiiiltc. chance. travel to South America "Afayliu a new German offonslvo," You can rely on Cardui. "Now" said the caller,"wo must Y would pass thru tho southern terSurely it will do for you suggested Mndaino Delgnl at her cof-fe- o havo a settlement. Why' havn't you IS 'S DRIVE Y minus of tho proposed project. From what it has done for so house, which Is a hangout for sent us any thing? Aro things going many thousands of other Paris to South America, thru Dakar, IV American nowspniter men. Wo waited badly?" FDR OPENING OF IRE would be a seven days' Journey, thrco jr women! THERE PAVES MY It should help. spleneagerly for the nfternoon papers, hut "No. Everything's going on land, via the Gibraltar Straits they told only of rcssistanco of tho didly. You needn't worry. My bankers "i was taKen sick, seemed to be . . . ," tunnel and four on sea. crown prince's group of armies on will guarentec mo nil right." LOili, FOR BIG DRIVE HERE writes Mrs. Alary E.Veste, From Loudon to Buenos Ayres now tho Vcslu. "Then why Big Horthn to"Then why havn't you payed up?" of Madison Heights, va. Is a twenty-tw- o day trip by sea. Under day?" demands Paris disgustedly. "Well you seo thoso threatening got down so weak. "Is this tomfoolery, which In tho past letters of yours woro so well done Secretary McAdoo Returns to Desk tho proposed route this dlstanco hardly walk . . . would be covered in nine days. Has had tho excuse of being n sort of that 1'vo been copying them out nnd GREAT FRENCH GENERALISSIMO and Prepares for Next Bond just staggered around. The voyage from Paris to Rio do threatening signal, taking up tlmo to- sending them round to a few custom-o- f HAS NEVER PERMITTED HUNS Drive. . . . I read of Cardui, A CHANCE TO RECUPERATE. Janeiro would require only seven my own who won't pay up, and day without purpose?" Hut for this and after taking one botSocretary of tho Treasury McAdoo duys and from Paris to San Diego ten unappcascd curiosity, Big Bcrlhn did 1'vo collected nearly all outstanding has returned to his duties In Wash- days. tle, or before taking quite nothing more than ndd effervescence debts. I was only holding back be all, I felt much better. I Much Importance attaches to the to the fizz that is the spirit of Franco. cause I felt sure there must ie a flnnl CROWN PRINCE BADLY BEATEN ington after a vncatlon of two months In the mountains west along the Patook 3 or 4 bottles at proposal In France because of urgent I see that Lloyd George has taken letter, nnd I watitel to get tho scries cific Coast, and at White Sulphur that time, and was able to counsel to prepare now for after the ndvuutngo of American successes in complete," Springs, Vn. Ho spent tho greater do my work. I take it in the field to remind the British people Khaki-Clapart of his first day at the Treasury war business. Tho commercial battle Achievements of Boys the sprint: when run- Is being lodked forward to because that If Amerlcn call out her man s Department. President Wilson went Heartens to Buy down. I had no anoetite. Catarrh Cannot Be 'Cured power in tho British proportion, sho over from tho White House alone to- - tho French know that Germany, once Fourth iLlberty Bonds. with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, an thoy and I commenced eating. would havo an nrmy of IB, 000, 000. cannot reach the Beat of tho disease. ward 6 o'clock and Joined tho Secre the peace terms aro signed, will It is the best tonic I ever Is tary, there, and the two engaged in Immediately begin her commercial They may not nil ho needed. Our Catarrh by a local disease, rreatly constitutional conditions, saw." Try Cardui. a long conference over pending ques- - !war. kid army and our rclnsplred allies In order to cure It you must take nnd an That waafome drive which Marshal remotlr. Hall's tlons of war flnanco and Federal adIt is argued that tho construction will do the trick. Tho toiupor of tho Internal taken Internally Catarrh Medicine Is and acts thru Koch directed against the Hun when ministration AH of railroads. of tho Strait tunnel would work a u fighters In half a battle. Tho Ynnk.s, the blood on tho mucous surfaces of tho he thrust them backward from the system. Medicine was While at the Treasury Department, most formidablo obstacle to the monMarne and sent them scurrying to 1.70 fresh and exuberant, fully convinced prescribed Hall's Catarrh butt physicians by ono of tho In this their now line of defense along the Secretary McAdoo , met newspaper opolizing alms of Germany because that there Is nothing of tho superman posed of countryof for years. It Is comsomo men nnd told them ho had bpen wontho beBt tonics known, "open up a vast commercial about a Hun, arc moro than a match combined with somo of tho best blood Aisne. derfully benefited by his rest since It would puTUlers. Never for a moment did tho The perfect combination of field for Russia and tho allies. for tho Kaiser's best units. Divisions the Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Modi-cin- e poilus and Yanks stop their tho close of the last Liberty Bond Is what produces such wonderful Project I Adopted. from all parts of America havo con- ( results In catarrhal conditions. Send for dashine. sniashlnir attack: nornr tnr j campaign, nnd that ho came back to qucrud picked Prussians and Bavar- testimonials, free. Tho project already has been pended slnco tho war began, and up "work feellnE better in every wny ' P. J. CHUNEV & CO., Props.. Toledo. O. .moment did they give tho baby butch- ians. erers a jSreathlng spell; never for a illlan he had slnce ho was a boy and ndopted by tho General Congress of to tho end of 1918, at least $20,000,- All DrUKKlsts. 75c. fishcd wlth Engineers of France, and It Is 000 In work of relief In Italy. Family Pills for constipation. Itospcct. Civil Yanks fl.ilu Hall's moment was there thought with any If they have hnd this unbroken sucsaid that his first being examined by tho government. of them of anything but putting I . The cess In tho first hurst of their effort, X. V. V. SCJKXTIST Just as many Germans as possible per- - dllty now was to' take UP exhaustively The Campagnlo des Chemins do Fer WHAT WKECK? .'.tl10 "nole general subject of taxation. d'Orleans" has submitted to the Minwhat will they do In tho coming TKAXSFUSKS RLOOD manently .out of business. wIH meet wltn tho Ways nnd It was a days of greater experience, greater exhibition of "e ister of Public Works a request for The reporter was tho first to reach iIeans Committee, go over estimates strength? I can say that every diNew York, Sopt. 7. A now de- --Allied valor, stimulated by typical ot moneys Tequired nnd discuss with the concession and the Spanish tho scene of tho railroad wreck. government has appointed engineers Rushing up to a battered, prostrate vision of tho Americans Is now re- parture in blood transfusion, consist- Yankee punch. It cava thn Crown Prinr-- l.ia mn. ."" committee various forms of taxa- - to look into tho feasibility spected by Tommy and Poilu as storm ing of a continuous flow from the of the man, he asked: tIon ald the different fields of bud-nlo troops. Kvery ono In action so far glver to tho patient and back again. .declsivo defeat of tho unr it ot proposition. TV "How many were hurt?" Prusslan.dominated nross of nil r.r. Port for the heavy rates that the exl- Tho plan wasput forward by M. has justified description. r lias been discovered by Dr. Alfred many to camouflaging tho situation. It fienclps "Havn't heard of anyone being r required should bo nro tho best Kahnn, Instructor In otology In the shook the German army H. Dressier, who first pointed out to hurt," he answered. Tho communiques morale and lmPsed- testimony of the fighting quality of Now York University, which ho hopos sent the first thrill of apprehension up SecretaT McAdoo expressed full the French government tho immense "What was tho causo of tho our Vunkh. in addition thero Is the will savo tho 'lives of many soldiers. .and down the spine of tho whole Ger- - ' rel,nce on the loyal sentiment of interest tho plan should bo glvcn wreck? men and the income earn- - from a commercial point of view. on Bxperlmcntathm upon animals, tho man empire. of Yank exubornnco i business effect "Wreck? I havn't heard of any Jt probably intimated to Ka'lser I1HI ers throughout the country. So long Before the war in going to Dakar, wreck." Jlrltish and French. As a Tommy surgeon declared, has been entirely that after all the Lord was not alto-- ,as tl0 manhood of tho United States one left Bordeaux on a steamer. Ho said to mo, "'The British lion and tho sncceasfnl. "You havn't? Who are you any.gether .holding up his end of the self-- , i8 driving back the Germans, tho ' French roster havo their tails higher arrived, with favoradie weather, at way?" ' Before tho continuous 'transfusion .partnership. And It put new ple at nonJe, ho said, would put up tho African port In seven days. By than ever, and its nil because tho is resorted to tho person suffering' tplrit, "I am the claim agent of this railey to neip tnem. ne new hope, new confidence into eagle, is ho blooming from blood poisoning or nth or infecAmerican He was Prepared td say what tunneling tho Strait, and with the road." .every Allied heart. . cocky." mm tion is to he brought to a '.state of tle s,re of the Bext boai lasuo will speed of tho electric of eighty The fiiflflest Drive of All. WKLL, 'OU TKV IT. Tho rollicking godd humor of our immunity, when his hlooll can with an hour, tho strait cauld be It was a magnificent thrust, but the lbe' T10r coul1 ne lve any Idea until Tanks, and the confltloneji that thoy safety bo carried to tho veins of tho biggest anti-Hudrive of them all. the h liad had tlrae t0 examine the prog-on- e crossed In twenty minutes, leaders of The day was drawing to a close could stroll on to Berlin If their offl- - healthy person who Is second party to that will mean more to the Allied ress 1nat had been made by tho Ways the project point out, Taking tho cost of the Arlberg, Judge, Jurors, witnesses, nnd lawyorj ccrs would not Mop them when thoy the operation. Inetead of 'giving a cause than Ihe last victory of tho and Means Committee In arranging Mont Conls, St. Gothard and Sim-plo- n all were weary. Counsel for tho prosehad gained their limited objectives, limited quantity of blood, tho healthy Marne, that will pave the way for , the nexi tax tremendous onslaughts than ' IIe hacl Deen furnished no reason tunnels as a basis, it is estimated cution was the dehas been n powerful elixir for the porson will fiivo only the amount ho ever, will begin on the 28th of Sep- - ' niCHllfr the estimates he had made by French engineers that tho Strait fendant. d heroes with whom thoy receives. tembej the Fourth Liberty Loan n month or more ago, was without tunnel. would cost 4,415 francs per "Exactly'how far Is It between tho have been brigaded. Four years of it "Whllo the method is still only in Drlvja. Information as" to how far i definite m Is coming a bit stiff, as Tommy puts tho experimental lineal meter, or about $750 per lineal two towns?" ho asked at lonjh. stago," said Dr. e the cmmlttee had been able to s We could not partlcl- 11 know .that , It, and we tho Trench Kalian, "I am .enthusiastic enough to yard. For some time Patty stood tn'nk-inIn that glorious Mnrne victory, ance the tax line up to the mark set then, "About four miles as tho Bressler estimated the cost nt 10,-0felt llko that n year ago. Hut today believe It will eventually be or very but we can, evfery another's son of us, 'n tho estimates, ho said, wo aro agnlu seeing nollus chalking great practical utility and that It can take part in this coming drive. Wo I Ju8t M Boon M the work f the francs a meter." This estimate. cry flows," came tho answer. up a mortal Knlgor and Tommy troop bo used to save mnny a soldiers life." can make our dollars light for us. We comm,ttee was completed, and the however. Includes tho organization of "You mean 'as the flow cries!' " trains marked "London to Berlin Ex can show the world .at large, our boys , volurae ot money to be provided by tho port at Dakar at 300,000,000 corrected tho man ot the law. The Judge leaned forward. "No," couio. oe aeierminea, tne francs. press," which Is an ovldont renewal Surccons agree that In cases of in the trenches and the German em- - i' of tho boyish enthusiasm of their nrst CutSi UurM Bn,ges and AVounds, piro In particular that the heart of Secre,ary said ho would announce It is said that It would take five ho remarked suavely, "he means 'as the nmount and tho terms of the next years to construct the Strait tunnel. tho fly crows.' " s days of war. As to prospects, tho Gor-ma- tho first treatment Js most Important America Is In this fhjht to the limit. And If our loyalty is genuine, if our l,on'1 ,8sue- - Although no assurance will he contlnntly harried on nt! When an efficient antiseptic Is np And they all looked nt ono another patriotism is simon pure, If our sense was K,ven. 'hero was no Intimation, parts of tho line besides occasional pro,nptiy, tnero js no danger of Herblno is tho medlclno that cures feeling that samethlng was wrong In t'10 secretary's statement that any) punches in solectcd spots preparatory jnfectlon nml tno Wound begins to of duty Js thoroughly alive we will do change in the biliousness, malaria and constipa- somewhere. Interest rate was co Ibis. to the last swift kick out of tho ring. jUen, at onc0 templated. tion. Tho first doso makes you feel For USQ on Jnnn op Early we will begin laying asldo for An Evansvillo Press reporter, In Discovery of moro and moro sections beast, Borozone Is tho Ideal antisep- cur next bond purchase. Tlie financial condition of the coun- - bettor, a fow additional doses cures terviewing his towns-fol- k on their thinly manned, tic and healing agent. Buy it now of tho German lino We will save as they struggle, lend try McAdoo said, was never moro completely. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio favorite superstitions, found tho man ' Promising for the salo of bonds tho distribution of pressure at Foch's untl bo ready for an emergency. Prlco of-- they fight. by County Drug Co. ni who picks up all stray pins; the comdirection that prevents any flexible 2r.c, GOc, U.00 and 1.G0. Sold by And wo will buy early. In order that Ule uvernment than It Is now, from o mercial traveler who belioves$2 bills uso of German reserves, tho romark-nbl- Ohio County Drug Co. m the war will be over quickly and our everv means of information available, RKI CROSS WAR FUND. bring him bad luck; tho girl who ' boys over there be brought back over 0,t,ier through official channels or team work of allied units mixed thoso of banking and private busi knows that as sure as a black cat here. together, these are tho significant MOUNTAINKKU LKAlt.NS OK Tho War Council of tho American ness. crosses her path something terrible Is things. We shall boo daylight hy fall. y Red Cross Issued the second going to happen; WAlt AND IS (JliAl) TO GO Eighth District's Record, the woman high By spring we should ho on tho Installment of Its reports to the whenever sho forgots nn object who, The St. Louis District, which was German Desks Put to Good Use. and road to victory. When It will nil end Uniontown, Pa., Sept. 7. "Hell, the first to go "over tho top" In tho Desks on which German propag- American people concerning tho uso has to go back for itpslts down and mny not dopond upon a single gront bolng made of tho Red Cross War nro wo Into tho war?" nsked Jacob Third Loan, will make strenuous ef- - anda was formerly written are now in counts ten before starting out again, battle , but more upon tho gradual nfter a moment of surprise. forts to be first in the Fourth Loan. use in the Liberty Loan Organlza-Th- Fund. This particular Installment and tho motorist who has bad luck nerve. '1 crystallization of German organization throughout the en- - tlon. covers work being dono in Italy since You don't havo to forco mo to go. A. Mitchell Palmer. Allen i hardest steel will yield under per My placo Is at the front using tho tiro Eighth Federal Roservo District 'property Custodian, at New York, tho beginning of tho war and plans with his "blamed Ford" ovory tlmo ho takes a friend riding far tho first pressure. Victory depends upis ulroady complete and there Is no ,t0ok the furniture from a Bistent made for tho poriod up to. tho end of old shooting Iron. I'm d glad I time. on tho unstinted expansion of effort camo to town." Harris, n moun- uuBsuuu uunuBiimcmiiu wm De ovon German bnnker. who was u uoted i December, 1918. m m "" 'PWeandlst, to which nil tho allies nro committed. taineer, was making his first visit to bomb plotter, and all J In carrying out its work In Italy llOMIS' BOUGHT HY MANY. nU undeslrablq citizen. Mcanwhllo Big Bortha groans de tho city In four years whon'tho pollco man Tho Now the American lied Cross has appro- row wueny wan organization wll prmted to July 1, 1918, tho sum of spondently again. Opening of Fourth Campaign. learned that ho had no registration Washington, Sept. S. Ono out ot A. Secretary of tho Treasury McAdoo t,so the8e desks ,n tho campaign that $7,939,053.50. Tho greatly enlarged every six persons In tho United State card. Harris was Inducted Into servofficially fixed date for the open- - topens Sept- - 28 ,or the Fourth Liberty field of opportunity mid obligation has ki:ii)i:i:k kooii kactoh. in bought Liberty bonds of tho third ice at on co. Ing of tho Fourth Liberty Loan cam- - L0011' Italy has called for nn appropriation loan last April and May. Tho exact (Sunbet Magazine.) ' palgn as Saturday, September 28. Tho for tho six months ending December, number of subscribers was 18.30S,- A Good Slogan. campaign will bo ono wook shorter nro moro than 200,000 reinThero What good Is your money If we 191S, amounting to $1U,C57.S37 50 325, or 17.7 per ceut of tho 103.- than tho Third Loan, nnd will closo FOR FLETCHER'S Thus by the end of tho year 1918 000.000 estimated nonulatlon of tho don't win tho war deer III tho Alaskan herds. When tho ou Saturday, October 19. tho American Red Cross will havo ox- -' country a lleot of cold storago vessels IJco left ! (De Btartdd from Nome, for Soattlo with a cargo of reindeer meat, to bo sold In 'compctlon with beef nnd other meats, d Tho nverago weight of tho pounds. deer, dressed, is 1C0 Moro than 10 per cent of tho reindeer In Alaska aro surplus males. Tho amount of reindeer to bo shipped this year, to he sure, will not ho sufficient to mako nn appreciable dnnt In tho price of othor moats, but considering that reindeer double tholr number every thrco yenrs, leaving 10 per cent of tho cntlro herd for market, It will bo seen that thoso Northern animals soon will become n factor In tho economic affairs of tho nation. -Wlion you havo an achcy, stretchy feeling nnd you nro dull, tired and discouraged it is a sign of approaching malaria or chills. You should act quickly to ward off an attack. Hcrhfno offers you tho holp you need. It destroys tho malarial germ, drives out all impurities and nukes you feel bright, vigorous and cheerful, i Prlco COc. Sold By Ohio County Drug three-year-oles . PLAN TUNNELS UNDER fi'bx, ,15J ' IXtV .V . CHANNEL AND STRAIT - mm'w ,f.w " .. ' c ' t&'k rLJlji" : ! -- .. j "tf. . J Scheme Would Shorten Link Between Europe And ftfur.'ir'jTii !S?ias.fi Africa For Weak Women' Ifl after-effect- From-Brussc- I ATM The Woman's Tonic trans-Atlant- ic J 0: i d Kj Kj 1j Druggists M TA Hun-hungr- y gTOWOT ' Pln-on- Secry e world-thrillin- ' o ' i wur-wear- y nt kllo-meto- rs n blH-mor- e cross-examini- wnr-senrre- itay-at-hame- ad-pat- g, 00 ta;'n !,,,, , ' ' to-du- ' o well-know- n ZZ Children Cry CASTO R'A wwfijifr' iwm- "yii in 'imft - it. nijua y W 1H? jP'vr'3f,"V ry1" "T MPV "W fWOT' P f' The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by IIAKTFOHD PR1XTIXG COMPAXY numbers drawn from tlio principal public well, lio wonders what In tho dickens a city council Is elected for, anyway, besides tho collection of taxes. ir TrVWW f WMMJB ' 'JIMMIMM t 0 "Tho Germans would hall with deRepublican light tho election of a Trosldcnt 1'iiltcd States senator from Kentucky this year." Louisville, Times. Editor JOIIX 1IEXRY THOMAS Maybe so and maybe not, but wo do The companion Blouse of Witrthmor with equally W. S. TIXSLEY, Assoclnto Editor know that tho election of Governor nml Business Mnnagcr. Stanley to that high offico would bo matchless values. hailed as a triumph by tho brewers Entered according to law at tho and distillers of Kentucky. a3 mall rostofllco, Hartford, f matter of tho second class. Tho Will of tho public is tho law-oSentiment in Kentucky Is to the land. Address all communications against race meetings while tho war Tho Hartford Republican. Is on. Appeals to tho Stato Racing Comnsslon to not nuthorizo raco meetings at this time, went unheeded. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Louisville Subscribers desiring tho paper sent Now comes tho news from now address must glvo tho old that Mayor Smith will order the to a arrest, under tho "work or fight" address in making tho request. vjr??g jjjgfejPJfffyjtfTi "' Business Locals and Notices 10c law, of ocry man who attends the per lino, and 5c per lino for addition- races. Such action would mako effec al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tive the will of tho public. Stick a of Thanks, 5c per lino, money in ad star in tho Mayor's crown. vance. Church Notices for services free, "Pershing and his bravo men in but other advertisements, 5c per lino. Anonymous communications will Franco aro praying for a Democratic Just as the Wirthmor twoers above all other Blousvictory at tho approaching election," receive no attention. es at $1.00 so does the Wirthmor at .$2.00. Is the language of a virulent Democratic newspaper. Why should Perish TELEPHONES. The fact is that these celebrated blouses are both Q 123 ing pray for a Democratic victory? Cumberland 5U g RepubFarmers Mutual Perishing, himself a the product of the same money-savin- g plan and the lican, familiar with tho history of same modern efficient actory. .SEPTEMBER 1.1 that great party that has mado the FRIDAY,. United States great and respected beWe could tell you of numerous reasons why these fore tho nations of tho earth; Perish DR. BEN L. BRUNER, Blouses excell but what interests most is that they an never REPUBLICAN TICKET. ing whoso party In any suffered the part of American citizen Republican Candidate for United States Senator. do. world subjected to Insult or Injury, without a demand for instant apology Just how greatly they excel is evident from their BOILED DOWN. and reparation; Perishing whoso parsplendid wearing qualities. ty was born for tho salvation of tho STRAY STREAXS Col. E. T. Franks, of Owcnsboro, and lived to maintain tho honUnion We are eager to have every thrifty-minde- d wowas elected President of tho Stato or of tho flag In every capital of the (By Fluko McFluko.) Bankers Association, at a meeting of man in this community know of the remarkable valworld; Perishing, whoso party saw that body, hold in Louisvillo last the war storm coming and cried aloud ues that are being offered in these Welworth and week. for preparation while the Democratand tho whole The Forty-niner- s ic party sat with folded hands while Wirthmor Waists quality just as high as always, Midway Demonstrators Closing the brcweres December the American flag was trailed In tho compoodle of this ' 1, 191S, and the prohibition of nil and as yet, at no advance in price. Quantities are dust on two continents, pray for Dem- doing stunts at the Stato Fair ono, Al alcoholic drinks July 1, 1919, Is tne ocratic victory! Such rot is the rav- week should have at least limited and no more of the same styles are Is program now uefore Congress. ings of a mad man. And why should patron, as Uncle Joe Robertson taking In that big show. We would the soldiers in Franco pray for DemFor United States Senator The Kentucky Stato Medical ocratic Ictory? Why should soldiers, bet two bits against the Kaiser's BEN. L. BRUNEU. In be.sslon In Louisvillo Ins' ago were crown that there wont be 15 cents who only three years upon tho week, elected Dr. John G. South, of For Congress solemnly assured that a Democratic worth of any thing in or JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. victory then would keep us out of fair grounds that Undo Joe don't Frankfort, President, and Major A T. McCormick, Secretary. For Appellate Judge war, want another Democratic victo- see. MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. ry now! We took chances on putting the George Brown Martin, an unknown Is this a Democratic war? Has the good lady In this lawyer of Catlettsburg, has been ap big Liberty Bond sale Democratic party a monopoly of pa- name of a fine The next HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. triotism? We are solemnly assured by column last week and she habii't pointed by Governor Stanley to (ill opens September 28. the Democratic press that republican spoken to us since, tho It may not out tho unexpired portion of tho Don't forget that it requires bonds success at the November election bo her fault altogether, because wo term for which Senator, James was to buy bullets, and bullets are re- would be regarded in Europe as an have been keeping a sharp lookout elected. evidence of the disloyalty of Ameri- for her and every time wo spied hor quired to kill the Germans. ca. The writer who would bring such coming, up, down or across the street Tho Military Training Camp now between Turkoy and Bulgaria, over against tho estate of K. S. Barnes Tho Public Safety Committee an Indictment against eight million our way, we have faced about and being established at Stlthton, is to bo tho division of Serbian spoils. Turkoy deceased, nro hereby notified to prepolitical gone tho other way. If sho should named Camp Knox, in honor of Sec- and Bulgaria were but recently fight- sent samo to mo at my homo, near should remove the worms from the American Is a citizens public well. They might drown. Centertown, Ky or to Barnes & scoundrel, a disgrace to Journalism come in tho front door, we would retary of War Knox, who served In ing side by sldo against tho Allies. If tho party probably sneak out thru the back the days when tho Adamses were Smith, attorneys, nt their olllco in and to his country. Not the least of the results of the lets the election go to the country door, too. J. J. Plnkston, of Rumney In Hartford, Ky, properly proven, on Presidents. greatest war in all history, is the on that Issue it will make a collossal McLean county, Is reported wounded or beforo tho lCth day of Septemtomb-lik- e bilence of William Jennings mistake. He can not afford to allow We dislike divulging secrets, esOnly tho names of tho dead and In France. ber, 191S. Tho collection 6f any Bryan. claims not filed by said date will the leaders of his party to brutally pecially amongst men of our occupa- missing American soldiers will hereTho war department calculated thereby bo barred. more than half of tho citizens tion and profession, and, while they after bo cabled hero. Lists of woundSend a message to the Kaiser that Insult party may not bo as thick as some men wo ed will be sent twice a weok by that Kontucfty would register 240,000 This August 20, 19 IS. are registered of the nation. Tho Democratic 15,000,000 Americans men for draft service yesterday, and St4 is entitled to mako the campaign on havo heard of, yet (on tho quiet of mall. J. R. Addlngton, for service, If need be, on the Hinden-bur- g that Ohio county would register 2700. its war record, but it must not charge course) Editor- - Greep of the Herald Admr, E. S. Barnes, deceased. line. wholesale disloyalty against many and John Henry, of this sheet havo It is reported by an olllclul dismm It Is reported that two German submillions of men because they daro been ufalng the samo bottle of lato. patch from Franco that by next Hartford, Kentucky, The only reason so far urged by supspring tho American army In Franco marines havo been sunk, off tho AtSeptember 11th, 19 IS. Democratic newspapers for the elec- to support a party whose record ports every sentiment of patriotism The above secret and TRUTHFUL will bo equal in numbers to tho lantic coast. We, the undersigned members of tion of Stanley to the senate Is that m and devotion to country. Tho peo FACTS aro not related to discredit German army. tho Hartford Bar, would respectfully he is a Democrat. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE NOTICE. roprcscnt to tho presiding Judgo oC ple at the core are fair, and In an either tho parson or Thomas, but At tho Parliamentary election In 'Disappointed that President Wil- hour of fire and sword, they will not rather in support of an old time contho Ohio Circuit Court, Hon. R. W. .Tho undorslgned, as administra- Slack, that, In our opinion, because son's personal endorsement got him condone the crime of wholesale In tention "that Birds of a feather&c." England in December six million wotor of tho estate of E. S. Barnes, de- of tho necessnry Interruption in innowhere in the Michigan Republican dictment of tho patriotism of their Yes, each of, tho Editors were down men will voto for tho first time. ceased, will on Monday, September dustrial and agricultural enterprises announces ho fellow citizens. Republicans are be- and out, from, (as wo imagine from primary, Henry Ford A number of sections of the coun- 1C, 1918, at about 1:30 o'clock p. In this county at tho present time will make a real race as a Democratic ing called upon to furnish millions eating too much corn, beans and One of tho quill drivers sought try report that there Is a hurrying m., at tho court house door in Hart- by empaneling a petit Jury and tho of men and billions of dollars to pros candidate. ecute tho war, and they must not be a Dr. had his troubles diagnosed and and scurrying among men between ford, Kentucky, offer for salo, at conduct of Jury trials during the regThe Democratic newspapers are told that their election to ofllce would procured a phial of physic. The troub- tho ages of 31 and 46 to get married, public outcry, nine shares of $100.00 ular September, 1918, term of said les of the two Journalists being so sinco the now draft law has been un- each of tho capital stock of tho Farm- court, it would not be to (he best clamoring for a short campaign. Per- Imperil the nation. ers Bank, incorporated, at Conter- - interest of the general public or tho closely related, from a cause of sick- der way. haps it is because there is so little to town. 6hio county, Kentucky, . ness standpoint, as well as In a said for their candidate for United be ,ntore8t8 t0 enipanel a potlt HUSBAND WRITES HOME. ,. . , Secretary of War Baker is now denced by certificate No. 16, for flvo'.llrv nr , professional, mental and financial rnapR , States senator, and so much that o making his second visit to the, battle shares, amounting in tho aggegato might be said against him. Argle W. Leach writes letter way, they Just decided to Mr. Respectfully submitted. to $500.00, dated July 1, 1911, and from Franco to his wife, at Beaver Dr. Joo, hence the pair use tho same front In France. J. S. GLENN, , ' by cortlflcato No. 41 for four shares, Kentucky wonders why Governor Dam. bottle. J. P. SANDERFUR, Stanley went tp Catlettsburg to get in the nggrogato to The government Is planning to stop amounting WT II. BARNES. "Somewhere" fn France, August an obscure lawyer to appoint to tho 11, 1918. We overheard tho frazzled end of all speculation in stocks. Such' action $400.00, dated July 14, 1911. Said JNO. B. WILSON. senatorial vacancy. If ho was looking C. M. CROWE. Dear Wife and Babe: I received an argument on woman suffrage, or will savo the gullible American public certificates being Issued by said bank for an appointee who could nevor the pictures Thursday that you sent sufferago (don't know "zactly" which from being fleeced unhually out of to the said E. S. Barnes, deceased. R. E. LEE SIMMEMAN. afterward get in his political way, he me, and was real proud to get them. Is right) in tho front room tho other millions of dollars by stock com- And I will, also, at tho samo tlmo H. P. TAYLOR. pursued tho right course. is on and place, offer for salo at public I think you have a good picture, and day, between a minister and an edi- panies whose chief existence A. I. KIRK. year, four per outcry, one "10-2- 5 I know Estelle Is tho sweetest baby tor. Much steam was up, tho Editor paper. Mcdowell a. fogle. Kentucky has a score of prominent In tho world. I think sho looks like says, "when the good Lord wanted a cent convertible, gold bond of tho reflect some you, Democrats who would Senator Georgo B. Martin, Ken- United States of America, of ,tho and you know I urn glad of that. person to go out and redeem and save JURORS EXCUSED. raoasuro of credit on tho state by ser- 1 showed the pictures to several of the world, did ho call for a woman?" tucky's great unknown, took his seat Second Liberty Loan, 1917 Issue," In tho United States senate and tho bojs, to and regis vice and somo said the baby. No, says ho "ho called for a man per- in the United States senate Monday. said bond being Issued carry nn honorable title to the gravo, ravorca me, tered by tho said E. S. Barnes, do- jU(jge R W Sa(jk jlag or and was pretty, hut (lid son, his son." Tho Minister replied, but tho appointment of an obscure Fuel Commissioner Garflold Is exnot get her good looks from mo. nay, nay, my dear sir, there's nothing Judge honors neither tho I 1918,togethor with dered the petit JUiy, SUm- am Huro of that too. I tako a look to that, because tho Lord had only pected to lssuo an order soon mater- dated February 4, btato nor the man. accrued Interest duo on said moned for the September ono child and ono person to send, ially reducing tho cost of gasoline. tho ut them every tlmo I can. Audra, you told mo to tell you and ho just happened to be a son, tevm of the Ohio Circuit In a press Interview Dr. N. A. A larger latitudo will bo allowed shares of bank .,nnvu.in bo It was u man, and, Just Palmor, Stato Superintendent of tho everything, but I am not allowed to thoreforo exemption boards in fixing exemp- sold separately and as a whole, and LOUl't, not tO appear 101' Sei- n League says do thut. You can guess whoro I am. about that tlmo in butted another Kentucky I guess you think it would be real newspaper man, and ha says about as tions under tho now draft about to be said bond and intorost thereon from vice, 'and there will ho no of tho nomination of Stanley for 'May 15, 1918, to tho highest and follows: "When tho floods woro mado. exciting United States Senutor: "It was un they spin to hear tho big shells as coming and the Lord wanted him a ibest bidder, on a credit of three JU17 tria'S at Said term of through the air and someunfortunate nomination." No doubt Kentucky's quota of tho Novembor 1 months, evidenced by the purchasor'u COUl't. This action Was de with all sorts many Kentucky Domocrats will hear- times burst near, but we pay but boat built and filled g very little attention to them; wo aro of living auimuls end creeping things drive to ralso money by all tho relief note, with approved security, bear- - eflpfi tily agrge with htm. uPon in aV01(i fkinn-insix per cent interest from date. after tho Bocho. Don't me uneasy. and needed u person to place in societies for soldier wellfaro work, is with tho priviiogo of tho purchasor farmers from their busy fall This newspaper does not under-- 1 Wo 'uro sure going to get tho Huns. charge of this craft, did ho go round $1,766,500. paying casn ior au or any oi saiu WOI'K. Don't bother about mo. I will be Hooking a porbon from among tho tako to advise tho public olllcluls in Congress, has passed a law author- property oil uio day oi saio or paying qulltors, knitters and mouse fearing matter of punishment of viola- back somo time, If It Is God'a will. tho S. A. BRATCHER, , No, not on your life, he ising tho President to establish a two said purchijso money in notes at any Audra, tho big bont wo came over brigade? tors of our criminal laws, but will simply culled on Daddy Noah, a mllo dry zone around all war In- tlmo before maturity, together with Sheriff Ohio County. insist ou tho right to urgo that tho on was sunk sometime ago. I am Just to the execution of tho law shall apply in not with Roscoo or Carl now, but I mil n in the prime of vigorous man- dustries mnnuracturies, including accrued interest, duo thereon, dato of said payment.. Do you got up at night? tho Sanol is tho same measure to strangers with- see them reul often. I still havo tho hood, u man Just barely past cap- coal mines. This August 24, 1918. surely tho best for all kldnoy or bladring and knifo and chain you gavo ago of 600 years, uud mado him us to our own citizens. in our gates 75,000 Huns have been captured 9t3 mo, and carry them with mo all tho tain of the whole ship. We could der troubles. Sanol gives relief In J. R. ADDINGTON, 24 hours form all backacho and bladAdmr. of E. S. Barnes, deceased. When ono observes tho rag weeds tlmo. Bo sweet to tho dour buby. hardly tell which sldo 'pearod to havo by tho Allies within tho past four der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed overhanging tho Bldo walks, tho holes 1 sure wish I could beo you all. Bo tho best of tho argument, but (hoy weeks. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. remedy, 50c and $1.00 a bottle at Your truo husband, all seemed to bo perfectly satisfied Jn tho pavoments, tho rickety bridges good. Any and all persons having claims the druc storo. 4C-It is reported that war Is imminent ARGLE W. LEACH. with their position. . an,d sees worms in great iu. Hartford, Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Sec.-Troas. Welworth A $2.Q0 Blouse Special. 1 Ct vmm K, life-lon- f o I I Carson ($L Co 1 ta-ter- s) two-tlm- hT, Anti-Saloo- ( V yr -.1 ,..MMn ! t ' ?" K. slstor, Mrs. C. P. Morris, Sunday. Mr. Alva Calloway, of Centertown, I operate n feed and hitch stable, and .Mr. J. S. Trunnol, of Utlcn, spent ladles regularly patronize mo and Sunday with Mr. P. L. Wood nnd necessarily must come into my plnco family. Mr. Cecil Brown, of KIngslnnd, of business. Some men, thoughtlessly jor otherwise, at times conduct thom- - Arkansas, is visiting his brother, Mr. selves In such n manner that it re Wayno BroWn. Mr. Buchanan Childress and slstor, injury to my business. Now Come to tho Ohio County Fair and sults in my stable, Miss Loin, of Nelson, visited their 1 insist that when around Mrs. Lon Austin, of Heaver Dam, have a good time. Tho citizens of wont to Owensboro last week to bo Ohio County nro taking unusual in- you muBt bo decent and respectable cousin, Miss Sarah Elder, from Saturmay day until Sunday. oxamlnod by n specialist, forstomnch terest in tho fair, and wo predict an so that uncmbarressed, a lady Mr. and Mrs. Governor Brown, 'of enter at any time. trouble. unusually big fair. West Providence, spent Sunday with A. J. WILLIAMS. 10-tHartford. their son, Mr. Oscar Brown. Mr. and Mrs. George Leeds, of For most any thing you may desire Master Joseph Everly and sister, are visiting North Vernon, Indiana, in China waro, Queen's ware, tablo HARTFORD SCHOOL NEWS. Electra, who havo been visiting relMrs. Lccd's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. cutlery nnd everything of that charatives hero for somo time, have reSum alley. acter, at rockbottom prices, go to Tho pupils are digging potatoes in turned to their homo in Evnnsvillo. 9t3. their War Garden on tho school ACTON BROS. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Wood vhited Tho Ohio County Fair begins They nro of good slzo and Mrs. Wood's father, Mr. P. R. Robgrounds. Sept. 18th 1018, and continues four Mrs. Ida Bean and children, of yielding very well considering the ertson, of Pond Run, Sunday. days. Ladles nnd children admitted Woodburn, aro nt their farm, near exteremely dry season. Mr. Eddio Hoflln, who has been free tho first day. residing in Rockport, has moved to Narrows, to look after tho crop of to the ladies of Hartford We are pleased to announce Tho filter, which was Installed by this place. tenant, who was recently Tho finnl teachers'' examination Mr. Bean's Association, dur Mr. Hipsley Rlggs, of Alabama, the Parent-Teachcalled for draft service. vicinity that our and for certificates will bo held in the ing vacation, Is working nicely, and was In our midst Sunday. olllco SepCounty Superintendent's Mr. and Mrs. Will Cartor and sou, After spending Mio summer hero is a useful addition to the school. tember 20 and 21. Henry, of Walton's Creek, visited Mr. with her father, Judge n. R. WedMr. Reynolds, a former Kentucky Oscar Brown, from Saturday until ding, Miss Daisy Wedding has re Miss Vermi Duke, who has been Fairmount, W. Va., where teacher, but now u traveling sales- Sunday. to in Canada for several months, arriv- turned man out of Cincinnati, was present Mr. and Mrs. Will Barnard an I Is engaged in school work. ed in Hartford yesterday for a visit she at school Tuesday morning, and ad- children spent Sunday with his lishomo folks. with the ter, Mrs. Maud Maddox, of West Mrs. Willio Crowder and Httlo dressed tho student body. Providence. daughter, Arlio May, of Sunnydale, John A. Johnson, who i3 engaged wore visitors at this office Saturday. Capt. C. B. Shown, who is teaching Miss Gobel Everly, who has ooea wafc In timber work in Alabama, We extend to you a special invitation to be present. Mrs. Crowder's husband is a foster at Chapman, visited us Friday. He visiting her sister, Mrs. Vera Faught, homo on a business trip a few days brother of tho editor of this paper. had his school with him. Chapman of Equality, has returned home. We are happy to say that our snowing wus seusun the first of the week. school has furnished Hartford High Mrs. Robert Decker, of Rockport, both in style and will be up to our usual standard any oth visited her daughter, Mrs. Zuclla Mrs. J. n. Kirtley and little daugh-Wilm- a School moro students than Mr. Comblo 'Nabors and wife, of workmanship. Lucille, went to Louisville er country district in tho county, fcnd Mqrris, Sunday. Dundee, havo gone to Whiting, Indl- - Saturday, where they will visit Mrs. the Captain wishes to keep up its Miss Wylone Nichols, ofMorman, ana, where Mr, Nabors will be em Klrtley's brother, Dr. M. D. Maddox, reputation. Is visiting her uncle, Mr. Luo Tlchployed in tho oil fields. enor, near here. and sec the sights at tho State Fair. COAT SUITS AND COATS. Tho boys gave an entertainment Misses Eva and Ethel Morton, ot Dr. E. B. Pendleton left Sunday for Glonn Tinsley, Oscar Bennett, Mondny night in honor of Miss Leila LIvermore, visited their uncle, Mr. Our entire line of Coats and Coat Suits is here, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., where he will bo James Phlpps and Hinton Leach, left Glenn. Miss Glenn has taugnt In J. H. V."ard, Tuesday. assigned to tho Army" Medical Corps, and will be on display with our Millinery. Mr. Vinco Mclntire, of Williams yesterday for Lexington, to enter the High School for tho past four goes to witn the rank of Captain. or not, come and Mines, died August 31st and was burWhether.you care to purchase State University. They will spend a years. This year she Ark., where she will teach ied at Lono Star tho following day. couple of days enroute, at tho State spend the day. Acquaint yourself with the styles, Mr. Charlie Overton and wife, of Fair. under Prof. Halley Brown, a foroi We Centertown, aro in Louisville, this mer principal of this school. HEAVER DAM. 'etc. a stock of fall not be week, purchasing Miss Tasslo Sowders left last week William H.'Slbert, a former Hart- regret that Miss Gleim will Do this and remember that it pays to trade with year, but wish her all for a visit to relatives in Louisville. goods and attending tho Fair. ford boy, now at Camp Hattlesburg, with us this new held. Mr. W. B. Wiso has purchased tho a house that saves you money. Miss., has been promoted to tho rank the success possible in her Mrs Bcrnlco Frost and Httlo daugh- of First Lieutenant, and transferred residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Murter, Beverly Nail, arrived in Hartford to Training Headquarters for Military Misses Xouatt Rhoads, Marian ray. Friday to spend a few days with Mrs. Police. Hill, May Smith, Mattio Bennett and Mrs. Ann Baker and daughter.ot Frosts father. Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Mr. Freeman Schapmiro entered Kansas City, Mo., aro visiting ' Mrs. brings the to- Baker's sister, Mrs. I. S. Mason: ' County Attorney A. D. Kirk with school Monday. This High School to and Mrs. R. R. Wedding Judge of the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murray, ot his stenographer, Mrs. Karl Ander tal enrollment left Tuesday for an extended visit son, and Mr. H. P. Taylor, went to 01 students. Herrin, 111., aro visiting Mr. arid Mrs. with relatives at Henderson, East St. McHenry Wednesday to take depoB. F. Hudson. The following pupils won prizes at louls. Mo., and Harrisuurg, ArKonsas. sitions In a suit to be heard next Mr. and Mrs. Willio Burgess havo, Meville returned to their home In .Herrln, the Pig Show Friday: week in Circuit Court. Rhoads won second prize for chick- 111., after a visit to relatives hero. Mr. W. S. Tinsley will go to Louis ens, Ida Shults second prize for chlck-en- s, meet with ville Mondny whero ho will Mr. Erchel Coleman, ot Camp TayCant. C. B. Shown who Is teaching William Crabtree second prize lor, is homo on a furlough. tho officials having in charge the ad at Chapman, with his school attended Liberty Loan. the Pig show hero Friday. Capt. for Poland China male, and fourth Mr. T. J. Stevens left last week Ida Matthews, of Centertown, vertising of tho Fourth Hartford Republican is Miss for Stlthton, Ky., whero he has a pobrought his school in to visit for Poland China sow. The Shown in Louisville, attending tho State Mr. R. B. Martin went to Louisville this otflce, and tho little folks seemed sition. Fair. The school will have a Lyceum Maj. J. L. Lalllnger, of Camp TaySunday and "placed S. P., Fayburn and much pleased with the operation of SEPTEMBER 1 FRIDAY course this winter. It will consist lor, was home Saturday and Sunlato S. P. our printing machinery. G. M. Burton nnd children, of Rayburn, children of the Mrs. Mr. Harold Fra- - day. Orphans of five numbers. Simmons, havo moved to Beaver McKlnney, In tho Masonic zier, Bass Baritone and character en & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. M., H. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Rhoads and Home. Superintendent Howard is out in Dam. give the first num- children, of Sheffield, Ala., aro visitcounty tho most of the time now tertainment, will Bound, No. 115 South tho Thursday evening, September 26. ing relatives in town. a. m. Mr. Crowo Thomas, of Narrows, is visiting schools, but his wife, who Is ber Due at Hartford A number of Ohio county people m Miss Carrie Miller went to Owens family familiar with tho details of the work, Rorth Bound, No. 114 are attending tho Margantown Fair in Louisville, tho guest of tho FOR SALE. boro last week to havo an operation open In Prof. .4B p. m. of his undo, Mr. J. H. Thomas, and will keep the office One at Hartford this week. performed. incidentally taking a peep at the Howards absence, and will bo pleased (Both "Mixed" Trains.) First class sorgum mill and evapo Mrs. G. P. Trout and children will to serve tho school interests. Fair sights. 10-t- f. Mr. J. D. Stevens has sold his resirator for sale. See this office. leave this week for Richmond, Ky., . . dence in West Beaver Dam to Mr. where thoy will make their future Mr. J. I. Clark a farmer living neat Rov. A. D. Litchtleld went to Mt. COAL FOR' SALE. Claudo Lyles. home. Rockport, lost two flno cows last Vernon, near Sulphur Springs, Tues Personal News Miss Edith Porter has purchased week. The cows broke into a corn day to hold a quarterly conference Having leased tho old Mercer coal tho home ot Mrs. Minerva Taylor. Mr. J. H. Thomas will go to Louis field and died from g of tho fnr Elder Rushing, who wns unablo mines, near Render, I will now be Mr. Floyd Baize has sold his farm. ville today to spend a few days green corn. and Social Events, to attend. Brother Litchfield reports prepared to furnish the public with Mrs. Jennie Williams has received with his family. good attendence and a lively In coal at all times. a word of tho safe arrival 'oVo'rsea ot tMMMXMMMMMMIMM Mrs. J. C. Hill, of South Carrollton terest In the work. Dinner was served G. W. HOHIMER, her son, Mr. George Wllllama.- Mr. James Lyons, who Is in busi will, with her family, mpve to Hart- on the ground. Hartford, Ky., Route 2. 104tp Mr. Dick Taylor, who has been ness at Stlthton, camo homo Thurs ford this week. They will occupy tho employed nt Stlthton, Ky., has been mortgages for sale at day to register. Deeds nnd tho fact that a SULTHUR SPRINGS. Do not overlook residence bought some tlmo ago of called home on account of tho illness this office. government order will force us soon Miss Sophia Woerner. ' his daughter. . Miss Martha Rhoads left Tuesday I Crons havo made a great improve of to dron from our mailing list all sub Mr. Hoover has opened a bakery for Russellvllle, whero sho will enter Mrs. Clyde Funk, of Clear Run, scribers In arrears. We havo no choice ment since tho rains two weeks ago. DUKEHURST. t liogan Female College. i uoaver ura. whoso husband was recently sent to in the matter but to comply with the With tobacco cutting, corn cutting j in Rev. M. G. Snell will fill his t Camp Taylor, has accepted a position rder. To Insure a continuance of your and sorchum making the farmers appointment at Concorn Mr. EstiLPlrkl'who Is employed In with the Y. M. C. A. In Louisville, to paper, send in arrears duo and one have their hands full, and could use Moot your oid friends at' tho fair night and Sunday. the drig "trade fit Centralclty, was bo" near her husband. two pairs of hands if they had them. year In advance,. thoy will nil bo there. Mr. James Sullenger and, Sunny- registration day. homo Mr .t T. Dotson. of near Mrs. Frank SuUengor. vis WhoopfngcaughV reported in tho Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher and dale, lost a good horso last week. ited friends and relatives hero last Wo want a correspondent at each Mr.Joo Robertson, , Prpf. Henry, 1 ;i . social centers of tho Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bllbro and family It died of colic. Tho loss appears week. community of Ceralvjo. Leach4nnd Mr. Will'RhoaMs aro In of tho principal county, whero wo do not already attended a birthday dinner at the nil tho greater because it, was the Mr. Lee Miller, of Magan, spent tho Fair. Tlchenor, only horo ho had. Wedding. I of Dundee", Louisville for Sunday with his brother, Mr. J. D. havo ' one, and shall generously homo of Mrs. Charlotto J, ., . nir.. nvron . . -v Mr., J. D. Duke, of Hartford, has near Mnntanzas, Sunday, It was Mrs. appreciato tho service. Miller. has noved to Owensboro. 80th birthday.. A largo sold his farm near Palo, to a Mr. Miss Olpha Williams haB accepted Tichenor's Mr. J. It. Weller, of Taffy, was couuty, for book-keepwith tho Judgo Slack and Commonwealths number of relatives and friends of Ewfng, of Breckinridge hero Monday enrouto to Loulsvillo to tho fair'b'ring your family a position as Deposit Bank. Come ' present. $6,000. The farm is well worth tho to attend tho Stato Fair, Beaver Dam Attorney Smith will closo a two tho aged lady was nnd spend a day pleasantly. money. OwensMisses Myrtle Cartor and Marie weeks term of circuit court at comn There seems to bo a wave of Im- Thomas nro attending school nt HartWo receive many Ira Funk and Roscoo Baird havo boro Saturday, and will begin a two counBirch Felix, of Barretts Fer- recently Mr. munications that go to tho waste provement moving over 'the erected tobacco barns, on weeks term horo Monday. ford. ry, was in town Wednesday. basket because tho writer's name Is ty. A number of barns aro going their farms, near Clear Run. Mr. John Payne, and niece, Miss regu up and 'more would be built if carupon our Myrtle Pnyno, of Calhoun, who have Don't take our notice, of having not signed. Wo insist expect to moot you at let-to- rs Your friends penters could bo had to build them. been visiting relatives here nud at Miss Mary Marks has gone to Pon soon to drop all subscribers in ar- lar correspondents signing thejr m tho fair, do not dlsapolnt them. each time they write. We do not Miss., whore she will bo Prin rears, as a camouflage to collect sub totoc. Narrows, returned home Tuesday. OLATON. name, but must know who is Miss Mattio Luce and Httlo nophow, scriptions. It Is a government order, uno tho reports cipal of tho Pototoc High School. Washington Sunday Scliool responsiblo for what ls reported. Hartford, spent Saturday and and wo shnll have to oboy it. classos Sunday. Mrs. Bud Ponce, of Mem- of near Mr. and 111 persons In its Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Carter. Wo annroclato tho activity of our of Thompson, County Farm Agent W. W.( Brow-de- r, phis, Mrs. Elton correspondents this week, and hope Mr. G. R. Hlckey nnd family. J. Mrs. Ed Davison has qualified in Miller, ot LouisJoo Williams, of Boavor Dam, was thoy will keep up the good work. nnd J. A. Caldwell, of Hartford; Louisiana, Mrs. Will D. Miller and wifo and Mr. Bennio county court ns executrix under the ville, Mr. Claudo Lyon, ot Louisiana, DaviIn St. Louis tho flrht of tho week. atteuding will of Miss Mnry Hunger, deceased. Charles Butlor nnd Anderson Danlol, of Owensboro Shown, aro In Loulsvillo go to Miss Hunger bequeathed her estate to son, of Pattlovlllo; E. G. Austin and Mrs. George Miss Elizabeth Davison will resiMemphis, tho Fair. Mr.' W. II. Lyons died at his Clyde Taylor, of Prentiss; Ellis nnd Mr. Chester Lyons, of Lexington next week to enter tho her'mother, Mrs. G. W- - Hunger. Mr. B. M. Combs and little daughdence ut Olaton yostorday morning. Mitchell, of Dundee, nnd A. R, Ren- - havo all arrived hero to attend tho ter spont Sunday with friends uoar term. State University for nnothor Mr. William n Ohio bedside of their father, Taffy. Th lnrnl board was called upon f row, ot Narrows, "ori1 ls spending a few Dr-- i E. W aro in Louisville Lyons who is critically 111. upto send a select .county furmers, Mr. Clcoro Crowdor entered Farmors horo aro very busy cutearly In tho week week. Bandy filled his regular Brother days in Washington city this ting tobacco. on his duties as office deputy for to Camp Taylor for special service atteuding the State Fair. appointment at tho Methodist church r. Tho Board so- sheriff Bratchor, Monday morning. ka Sunday nlht. I Roy. Wallace began a protracted Roy Bennett, of Lexington, was hero Sunday one) Mr. TEETH lootnd Itav Hocker. of McHenry. who Miss Essyo Lynch returned from a We buy old FALSE parents, Mr, and Mrs moetlug at Bethel church last night. y thn cuest of his Mr. J. L. Southard, of Simmons, wm g0 to tho Camp Wo pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per to Louisville, Thursday James Bennett, on Frederlca street, business trip pay has returned irom a visit wun jus Miss Mabel Stono visited In Owens- - set (broken or not), Wo also .... Mr. J. W. Nabors, of Narrows, daughtor, Mrs. Willio Tucker, at um uinnjo "" ,inv - thin week. Mr. Bennett is I'rOKrOSBlVO mriliors actual valuo for Diamonds, old Gold, ...i.. town Wednescalled on ub whllo in Akron, Ohio. Send nt Silver and Brldgo-worday. onco by parcel post and receive cash by return mall. 'MAKER'S TOOTH Louis-vlll- o Mr. Owen Hunter went to SPECIALTY, Dopt. X, 2007 So. 5th to transact some this morning UU2 St, Philadelphia, Pa. business, chleily that of seeing tho Association year, Tho Paront-Tcachwill meet at tho school building at The Ohio County fair begins Sept. three o'clock this afternoon. 18th nnd continues four days, preMr. and Mrs. Itolllo Foreman and. pare your exhibits. Bring your flno Miss Mary Uarrott, of Narrows, aro stock to tho fair ami let people know attending tho State Fair at what you have. cr I er Aiitiotiticemetit I T) f It 4n n 11am f Mnnt CKHAI.VO. n o .,....!. ,,....,, icn um frlitiiln iuki i( ... n mn nnin .. nun. ..w. Ann rtl la l"lfrlif Wftllrtff Lester Davenport, oi wysox, i.ti Frldny for Camp Whcolcr, 0a whoro year nnd talk over old times, and ltnowBpapcr man, and as" a fellow mem- . ... 1lt1 iit fntv wnitlil lnw nf llm ntiU ii4ilaii fni tllm a sue- ! Sept. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas uV "v i'no will periorm special army scrvicu. ""v uju ""- ntfint nt " n "... . ... Urntchor, of TcnncflHco, visited his llkoly not meet, as often as onco a cessfull venture in tho overseas I 1 .1 I ui 4 ! I 1i iii Fall Millinery Opening Will Take Place Saturday, Sept. U Har-risbur- g, bpffi9Q ...:06 J i aatitttilllttt "" over-eatin- f -- , t er well-wrlto- woll-know- book-keepe- to-da- ,.....' ,, k. State Fair. 5,"'--$-r "t " - mdj4;V. m "W "' J"WyHlI' V.ILV 'F J" .v T ;ii!tfl.- - "Mi,'y..jw ' ' iqapy j Mg n uufMiwyy' OUR PROBLEM OF HAPPINESS ALL IN FIGHT FOR LIBERTY CAMOUFLAGE PLANES TO DECEIVE ALLIES Judge i AGAfMST MISGUIDED Few People Consider Advisnblllty of Action on Truths Suggested by Great Thinkers. Why is few people c.tn net on Every Man, Woman and Child In tho Un'lted States Is Charged With a Sacred Duty. A wnr machine, today. 1" DIRECTORY CIHCUIT COUltT. Slack, Owcnsboro. Coni'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustco Jury l'uiid Cal P. Keown, V. OPTIMISTIC 4 '' i: pier than the selfish? writes Norman With tho direction of tho machine llHAVKIt DAM. Caught Asleep. In discussing we have, most of us little to dc. We IIiiPKood In Leslie's. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. the progress of fellowship In indus- must trust the man at the wheel of Clerk It. W. King, try, people constantly ppenk to mo Stnte to drive forward with speed nnil l'ollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. ns If grunting benefits to labor wrc en re. Talis, Aug. S (By Mall). It wns ' Hartford. n "sncrlflcv." So, ns wc nro constiMarshnl It. F. Slovens. But with tho condition of the nin- - tho noon mess hour. Sovoral miles tuted, I suppose it Is. Why In it not chine Itself wo nre Implicitly con- - 'behind tho lines sontlnols leaned Idly 1st Monday in March 12 days i'OUDSVlLIiK. CIRCULATION AIDS GERAtANS rather a privilege? Do we know In corned. For Its effective operation wo 0 their rllles while overhead threo Com'th. and Civil, Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jone. devoour hearts thnt simplicity and nro every one of us responsible. '. ,,!.. n....i ,.n.. i.. .,.- - let Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Clerk Olla Cobb, tion give n contentment no accumulaEvery American Is, in fnct, nn essen- s,",'lon,' l"iro wns i t . 1st Monday in July 12 days l'ollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. tion of material things can rival? Is tinl part of tho mechanism which N .""" wn-- v War News of Late Is Most Eneourag- - it not mere lnck of courage thnt keeps to carry the world forward to ncn,M nml threo Marshal Qrant Pollard. a new "ro Coni'th. and Civil. Ing, but End of Struggle aeroplanes camo scudding ovor tho s from trying in our own lives Just era of liberty. 3d Monday in September Not In Sight. 12 days Inn little of the New Testament? nut the motor, nlns, not yet Oormn "ncs. their course llhorally Civil. deed, is there unytblng more tragic "tuned up." It rattles badly. Loose '"'erlnrdcd with bursts of shrapnel, OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALEXD.Mt, than to die without ever having given .and Imperfectly assembled, It knocks Tl Americans camo tumbling out 4th Monday in November 12 days County Board of Education. Misguided optimism, the belief that the great spiritual truths n chance to nnd overheats. 'of tho mess rooms and billots to seo Com'th. and Civil. the war Is practically over nnd that practice? Why? Because so mnny of us nre what wns going on. Tho threo planes E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. I linve been looking cnrefully into still careless" nnd confident, Indifferent niade straight for U. S. territory. soon the American soldiery will he COUNTV COUUT. DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart'battering at the very gates of Uerlln, the early stages of in a to our duty ns citizens. In one week. ford, Ky. "Threo of our boys hnvo been ov- jforms the basis for nn author! tatix'o small manufacturing plant. The plan for Instance, there were reported 5.17 '.,,. ... i,t... Moots flrst Monday in each month. . .,. r...-- i. Div. No. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, .,.. .in ,,,.., " "" "" " 1....1, "- "' willl.il, """ .. ctnrtn.l nlinllt n font-- """ All n,,,,.-- . I ..!.., nfrn warning from Washington. This " Judge Mack Cook. " iu"iim. .. .1...- iifciun.j,- - . in 1111"'"" .: n rnniinnntn.l .. Rnnnrl "li.tn ' Ky. ... w...... . -- mi ri.i. Is fraught with great danger, nnd tions concerning factory employment County Att'y A. D. Kirk. bml -- carcoly got DIv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, go flrst to n committee in vhich most 1U!l t,,C is frowned upon by everybody of Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. ten tho words out of his mouth bc- of tho members nre factory employees. for their own use, still persons who at the national capital, Sheriff S. A. Brntchcr. Div. No 4 Itobort Goff, Boslno; "Jt Is no time to talk of the war be- The head of tho concern has dif- renent scandalous rumors, detcrrlns '"ro ""nicuiing uegan to nnppen. mo ,hreo "American" planes made diSuperintendent E. S. Howard. ing over," said the army's chief of fered with the committee hut once, the Cause. Ky. Tightwads nnd slackers nnd then he was right, and when he still abound. No wonder our war mn-- ! rcct for tho threo citptivo balloons, staff. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Boastful and Div. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Heav prophecies are regarded in government put his view, the committee volunta- chine is still Ineffectual. It needs the Darting at them thero wore threo Tn Commissioner D. E. Ward. ier Dam, Ky. circles as not only foolish, but danger- rily reversed its previous decision by regulation of n national conscience. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. simultaneous Hashes from machine DIv. No. C Nat LIndloy, Center-tow- n, ous. Wc are but just getting iuto the something like ten to one. This conHow then shall wo tighten up the! guns, and bursts of explosive bullets Coroner Dr. A. D. Illloy.' Ky. wnr, says an authoritative writer in tno cern last year paid exactly the same screws this way: livery citizen hit tho balloons, Timo of Meeting 1st Mondny In. Now York Times, and it is only within dividends on wages that it paid on must see to It thnt bis part is well FISCAL COUIIT. Despito tho suddenness of tho February; 1st Monday In April; 1st the last few weeks that we have put capitnl. The president or the com-- , done. We must stop nil leaks econo-pan- y wholo thing tho American Meets Tuesday after first Mondny Monday In Juno; 1st Mondny In Aupilots .enough men at the battle front to lenIntends to carry the plan fur-- 1 mlze in light, coal, wheat, beef and Within in January, April nnd October. gust; 1st Mondny In Octobor; 1st tlier, ns far ns control goes, ns rapid sugnr. We must get more mileage, were not caught napping. der notable assistance. District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. As an instance of the wrong kind of ly ns the education of employees give up pleasure nnd profit, knit, work, thirty seconds threo parachutes hnd i Koute 3. .'optimism Is cited the action of a large mnkes Jt possible. lie has no desire Inspire others, insist that nil obey the spread out and three United States County Board of Examiners E. S. 'manufacturer in the Middle West on a to pile up such a fortune that neither taw, and watcn out lor spies. Sam L. Stovens, Benv-llf- o Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. The j observers were ninklng n leap for 2nd District I ho nor Ids descendants for generations motor must have fuel subscribe to from n height of from 2,000 to er Dnra. .icccntt visit to Washington. He tool: Duff. with him his plans lor enlarging the will know the necessity of doing their the Liberty loan. Lubricate the ma- 3,000 feet. They nil landed with- - .trd District Q. H. Brown. Simmons, Jan. 25 nnd 20 Common School tcutput of his plant, and was ho confi- .share in order to live. He is without chinery with contributions tp the Hod out a scratch except ono lad who till District O. W. Itowe, Ccntcr-brok- o Diploma Examination. I know Cross I dent that the war would end next fear nnd without Indolence. his ler. Hu was carried nwnv innn . ... May 10 nnd 11 Common School m. ispring that he was actually making him nnd I know nlso many of the oth' lucre is, in snorr, oniy ono tiling; ,n an ambulance. ctli District W C' Daugherty.Ba.ze- - Diploma Exnmluntlon. 'his plans on that basis. er type of capitalists, who cling to npon which we must nil concentrate, , 0, u wn8 ovor mInute8 May 17 nnd IS County Teachers' He was ardently loyal. He did not nil tho power nnd nil the profits. BeSuccess I And Success will not come S. Dean, Dundee, realize that in spreading his Ideas lieve me, If I had to choose between until every man. woman-an- d dllI(, The captive balloons, limning torch- - ml, DIstrlct-- W. Examination (white). "lod to tho enrth, but despito 7th District B. F. Illco, Fordsvlllo. 'among his employes and the citizens of his Inner self his serenity, ardor, nnd realizes his own vital responsibility in ,cs May 24 nnd 2fi County Teachers' his community, where ho was recog-.'nlze- d youthful heart and the tired, dis- the prosecution of this war ns u great ul urrage inai lmmctnaieiy wont tli District B. C. Hhoades, Hnrt- - Examination (colored). as a leader, that he was doing trusted plethora of the more iicruI!-tiv- cmsade for universal democracy. "P irom inc American iroiu linos ford, Houto 5. Juno 22 and 23 County and type, it would not take me long. that which would receive the warm Are you doing everything In your there was no fake about tho shrap- Examination (white). power to help win the war? helping nel this time tho threo machines IIAItTFOItll. commendation of the German propaJuno 2S and 29 County nnd Stato gandists. in every wny nnd every day? Do you got safely away to Germany. The Triumphant Herring, Of Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). Misleading Headlines. Ilerrlngs were sold nt three for n! fed that nothing matters except vie-- ! course the pilots were Huns Flying Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County and Stato penny at Berwick-on-TweeOfficial Washington condemns Scotland,, "T French machines with nllled colors, Police Judgo C. M. Crowo. Teachers' Examination (whlto). celebrating of the end of the recently. They were landed in such' If wo do not win disaster! they had made n daring raid nnd gotMarshal E. P. Casobicr. war, while at the same time approving large quantities thnt In the forenoon, When everyone regnrds his obllga Sept. 27 and 2S County and State 'tho appreclotion of the people of the asserts a correspondent, the townsneo- - t'ons ns deeply as if he were nn en ten iiwny with it. Whether a Gerglorious news that Is authentic. At a pie were getting supplies free. Owing listed soldier nnd lights In his own man figths under his own colors or n unuorm means noin- - We way the civic battle of patriot sm. ' "IS jKentucky celebration the news was to tin. Rhnrtnronrinhnrthnfich Knock the Spots Out of Tiringi WILL YOU Jiat tho "KaFser has been licked." A were unable to deal with the rntriu then, and not till then, will the Amor-- , '"B to n Gorman nnd it had once newspaper carried the headlines, that which sold nt ridiculously low prices i 'can war machine bring us to the j again been demonstrated. TAKE . . . jnAnim tr "ersal peace. . vk,uuw iuub HHu ouen trapped. "WnatTTelst the people of Berwick nseiMor ' -In a graveyard soniowhere Information was, of course, er-- must have hnd on that day What an- - Gdett "Wi. of Tho yjcHantes. is n ' j tombstone xoneousfl and the real truth that, while petlzlng Incense arose from thousands' with this inscription: .. usxra,' ana ne a victory of note had been won, it did of sizzling frying-pan- s iierQ ucg the bones of Old Ten French Dry Cleaned and Prentd la nnd gridirons!1 , A Trealrcenl Inot mean the end of thewarT "2-Men would-bSuperior Manner. 4i! luriiicr uovciopracm per c t lured 5315" 1 for WEAK estimate that 1,000,000 Thc ,norc ho ,C, the less ho spont; ! Bond ns yonr Garment! and S J th succ,lIent ""' Awfrlcans added' to the Allied forces What if beefsteak of old England tralIa ,nt "le cose of the 1I;"ront"u LUNGS or nro "'ready being by the The less ho s')ent tho nior- - ho cravedThem would end the war Bus prineT wTbng. Sfeip ernment nnd as a flrst step It is Good Lord can such a sou. be saved?" CONSUMPTION wag .calculated that 3,000,000 IrhnUll i?!-a in it w CLEANED CLHAN would do the job. Now the estimate is "silver harvest of the sen!" Tht. proposcu 10 esiumisn n icucrai Duronu KiaSHMfiflTS. G.000,000, and it maTgo'TniuVF: sportive little herring Is Immune from o agriculture which work heretofore Package! called for and uellrer4 handled separately by the A quick tclll for Ihtl llced. rundown fcelior. Tho best preparation for a hard 1ULn-- k there could bo nothing more the loTpTdS; and laughs at Tlrpltz's 'ms been coucht, paint In chrit. nlclil moll, of tho Ulffercnt stlltc3 the,u day's work is a good nights sleep. .?-nu." said United States Senator 3 harmful of ruthless sharks. , wrak lunci or ennturnplion. It II does THE ELTE PRESSING CLUSt "" solves " JIarry S. New of Indiana, "to the Al- Usually It has taken a man twenty-flv-o not help you it eoli you DolhlnJ. The besieged inhabltnnts of the sea- c To obtain flrst-hnninformation ns i,.,Mn..,.T....t be saved by the smell Jied causo than for American people to girt years to get rich over night. Lock. Ook may yet A. Iv Natl, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL GO, O, ;cet the Idp.i" that because of the sue- - of n herring. It would indeed bo poet- - to how the bureau of agriculture nt He's a mighty poor sport who won't HAHTFOIU). KENTtJCKT. Washington conducts the affairs of tho .cesses of the last few weeks the begin- play tho gamo according to tho rules. bureau nnd the experiment stations Jilng of the end is in sight." Hard luck seems to follow some "? throughout all the states, the Austrn- Senator New appreciated to tho GOOD " ", " b.." " government Is sending A. E. V. people because it knows thoy won't f LEXINGTOH, KY., BUSINESS UKIVFRSITT the splendid achievements of the most democratic of fishes; they Richardson, agricultural superintend- muko such an effort to get away. ( nhe Americans, French and English, are the common people of the sea IltrJSmmtaW3WlSWikltwaCILxff1 Sonic fellows aro such sticklers for 'but there Is no Indication that the Bu then, Short Hand, Typ Writing and Telegniphri the musses and are tho most beloved ent of tho Victoria department of agriculture, on a sir months tour details that they even pay attention Money Back Secured or Your iniBoia ana mat-iby their prototypes on land. battlo has been fought. 4W a rVltlt an fun An iiunnu! V fnw If you tako tbo Dmugbon Training, the through the United States. Mr. Itlch- - when the secretary is reading tho JW recalled the fact that four years fount cuco(Aiidtowarr tnunini? that tmalnuKi men IndnrMi Ynn nrdson passed through Honolulu can tako it al cnlitgc or tin mail. Write Iflgo. when the Germans were at tho minutes of the previous meeting. ruodL jkV ' ,J position. Diploma Uot, on Children. BUHIXEKS CULLEUr T tJpecUl Oounmfor conty on the Sonoma. He will visit Mighty few people believe what a D1UUGUO.VS riUCTICAL lit Marne, they were driven back quite as 1'adncafa. As for In the home, the bureau at Washington nnd nlso ThoUMnua of lurrMif nl .'precipitately as they were this time, It is the words the child heurs uu KTauluatu-altoInn;Un). many of the experiment stations and man tells about himself. Thnt is tho A1III-TilFIT nfffV 'Tift I HU ladlra attending land yet four years later the work had spent, the things he sees us do reason tho courts insist upon tho tes- r t-LrWlnoIpl. T ilila which from his Investigations select the best T 1 f TM"T tUlonot CaBiiJuhoima. fotrtloular,aJdrw tall to be done over again. I Potion. II M timony of character witnesses. will have the greatest effect on his nn- - points In the Amerlcun system to 1 (VtLBUR R. SMITH LEXINGTON, KY-O. J I. 1 J Situation Is Hopeful. Nothing much that Is wrong can ,.. such ns respectful care and ten-- corporate in the Australian bureau happen to a man who thinks he has "It is for us to feel," he says, "that, aer nnection townru the grandmother, when It Is formed, El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE be matter how many times this may the grandfather, the aunt, the uncles, married tho prettiest girl in tho And Fitting of Glasses lhappen, the forces of tho Allies will our attitude toward those In our emworld, so long as ho keeps on think Chlna Now Supplying Hair Nets. THB Masonlo ploy, etc. Family festivals will make 0WENSB0R0. KY. icontlnue their resistance and their The war 1ms added a celestial touch ing it. Detroit Freo Press. Templa 8EWINO ever glorious impressions on the to woman's crowning glory. Milady's and that there shall never be a MACHINE iet-uuntil there is a complete Allied chljnjmLstates a student of hu- - "invisible" hair nets nre now made In Men inexperienced in road work OF jvictory, whether the Hun Is twice or a umu uiiiuic. Already the hand of the Hun will most likely loso money taking China. l!iM.ta2nVCS," QUALITY.") V-VEThe spirit of charity should per- - has been removed from the bends of dozen times j the Marne before that making it rneate the home. The little child is1 our women. All these nets used to be road contracts, besides end is reach'ed.""j$2EEiQ' doubly hard on engineers to get a believe he can come that i .r too young to know how to help the "made In qermany.".. NOT galn. But It will not do to feel for a less fortunate, but he will imbibe the The "made In "Germany" Is in quota good Job. BOLD home spirit nnd with bis growing un- tion because, as a matter of fnct, tho tmoment that ho is weakening." UN,DER It makes no dlfferenco how llttlo Senator New believes the war will derstanding adopt the ideals by which nets were mnde In China and only finANY ished up In German und Austrlau vil- soma men actually know about road ;be won on tho western front. He be- he Is surrounded. OTHER Above all other Influences the roost lages. The war hns knocked out this work they aro ready and eager to lieves it Is a military impossibility for NAME. too Allies ever to an east- telling Is thnt which the parents cre- trafllc nnd the nets now come direct criticise and make foolish sugges ern battle front. Russia cannot be ate by means of their relatlonshlp'to from tho province of Shantung, Chlnn, tions. 'depended on. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. each other. If peace reigns supremo wbero labor Is cheap and human hair ,IIe points out that in the great Ger- and futlicr nnd mother live as one, plentiful. The tralllc lust year amounttfvnn tMirltn.M tlij Vl'lV linUK ..., u.m Men should bo careful to know man offensive of March 21 tho having it deep, true, earnest nffectlon ed to $331,000. Peel rfeht nil tho time. Don't lay oft a speaking from work for days by taking calome have a life aaact nt tlio price you pay, and will nothavennendlesachalaofrepalrs. The division of womnn's war work that they nre correct boforo took more than 100,000 prisoners for each other, facing together tho Keeps yut and 1.000 guns, and that it is more joys and sorrows, nnd supplementing of the committee on public informa- and writing nbout roads, elso tbo wnen pleasant tie- - vct-uo- x your than possible that Germany lost moro euch other's strength at every turn, tion, responsible for this Information, rult of their efforts may not bo worth on your feet, whilo relieving take. trou,b Quality' Don" le. Safer too, and easy to heavily this time because of over con- there Is no greater legacy parents can docs not sny from what kind of n Chi- gathering. tako nnvthintr else. You can't afforc Cons!dcre4 fidence on account of their success in leao their children thnn the Influ- nese person, male, female, live or dead, it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy easy to find men who know tern and relieves const nation. A nat. comes. ence and memory of euch a home. drives previous to the last onu. the hnlr It is it u the "While holding to the idea that wo all about road work, yet it is truo ' ural remedy, natural in Us actions, Bure Cheapest How Ships Sink. we going to win," ho says, "wo must The Packhorse Comes Back. that not n single county or state has Wto Nearly every class or design of ves- yot solved tho problom. at tho same time provide all that is Among many revivals for which tho in the end comnletclv disnlaco calomel in ever? necessary to make a successful finish war Is responsible Is that of the pack-hors- sel Is said to sink In a particular way. ' homci Children can tako it freely an to buy. typo of single-bottool tho thing. Tho German army can The paekhorse, or pnckmule, For Instance, tho old Is it necessary for us to bo ten with perfect safety, kvery bottio guan steamer, with few or no bulkheads nnd will fight for a long timo on tho says London Answers, bus proved his anteeu. wc ana i in uomc-s- j ioni If you waut a sewing machine, write Carl years bohlnd other states in road genuino without the likeness and sign nlmost Invariably founders on moro defense. If it should be defeated soon- usefulness over nnd over uguln at tho oar latest catalogue before you purchase. or less of un even keel, which means work in Kentucky? turo of L. K, Grigsby. For silo by er than we expect, so much the front, where ho carries shells nnd Thfl New Home Sewine Machine Co., Orange, MassTi other munitions and stores to the that they sink level. WILLIAM?. - HarUorA K How can you build roads' without i. ii. The case of n modern vessel, which dumps nnd front Hues, nnd this uso bus no doubt led the prince of Wules Is built with numerous subdivisions, money? New German Peace Offensive. l'tla;im)OmHkmMaJtLi founders with licr bow or stern high t d Just as America starts propurution to endeavor to revive tho How many miles of road will tho Devon paekhorse on his Durtmoor out of the wuter; or with a heavy list :for tho Fourth Liberty Loan the Gerto one side. The bulkheads prevent road fund of your county improvo? man Junkers causo to appear a new farms. from t) It is only within the Inst few years the water which enters the vessel when 'peace suggestion. Belgium will be that tho paekhorse has disappeared finding the level; consequently,ship is 'restored, tho terms Intimate, but tho TIIK SWKKTKST AVOHDS. portion of the one particular .Kaissr wants his colonies restored. from the bywuys of Devon und the full of water while the remainder Is "Inclosed find checks!" The sweet With America's vast resources yet north, und to tills day ponies ami practically water-tigh- t, thut part which est words that o'er outclassed the 'scarcely scratched, and with the donkeys nro Btlll used on the coast to run PtRSrlNAI. Hvp.icmp Succeed v;htn cvcrythlnj; else fails. song of birds! How thoy allay tho sinks first. is water-ladeDtetolved In water for douche atop fighting spirit Just now beginning to carry seaweed and shingle. In ncrvoui p;odtratioA und female foars, and dry tho orphan's widow's pelvic c&tarrh, ulceration and Inflam'.veelcncssc tliey arc the supreme Formerly nearly nil tho traffic In the bo aroused, it will not bo Germany City and Village Delinquents. mation.- Recommended by LydU E. briny tears. remcJy, r.t thousands have testified. who will dictate peace term?. Bather west of England was curried by tho F'inkham Med. Co. for ten yar. Recently tho Journal of Delinquency m a felt. r.tri ifiMM..w will n man down In Washington way, paekhorse, which traveled In slnglo declared that In one stnte the villages A healing wonder for tuiral catarrh, i Ule, the leader wearing bells to warn STOWACJflTP.CUDLE with n smooth fnco and firm chin, oro throat and tore eyes. Economical. rather than the cities furnished n larg: it is in tho narrow Inues and to er proportionate enure of delinquents. fri best medicine ever sold wlwo wIMp's aro W W., Lc in a belFOR FLETCHER'S irriTirp,'.JT,-,11"'8e1''ly over a trucls 'a counter. guide those following. ' 'i. to ki) what Is whAt, li i" ERRONEOUS REPORTS THAT ARE CALCULATED TO INSPIRE OVER. CONFIDENCE ARE SOURCE OF GREAT DANGER. Amcrlcn. VIEW truths put Itforth by great thinkers; Trnv cling tho rnnil of Success, it Is iVJaKc Sudden for example, that tho iinscMMi are hap bound for Victory. Yank Planes c-- rt, jj. R. Attack But Are Not ItOCKI'OKT. Ch'tn'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Hushing Hunt, l'ollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Longford. Ii i.ii.., fm optl-lnls- roUtoltSI. ' ' " "o" .... - 20. lt .... I .... l ,1 o Stato-Teachcr- s re -- u" . end-univ- ,'1,e 1 tc-- .- "'ui Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 Sm OUR GERMINAL REMEDY -- i) e ' l?nVirr et "chii" Sie -i 4 al FOR ONE MONTH lirmor-ihicc- I w 'i d h,,nPn?nfm?Satf,TldbU JL: 1 OSITIO'N to-ti- , WSSfa. t moral-influenc- I , - e, rt Ula. If Hi IrrMr lUlW p USE LI R-L NEW AX . For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. HOME -- A Ger-'inan- I e. grJI once-fame- " gfsers i..t ....f.-,...,-..e- eetric Every Womuu Wnnis n U' Children Cry ,i . CASTpRIA p-- ttVAt-- 'i ......1 fj Farm Department tho Vi'crk Kmliiig nbandoncd in somo localities Stnto avcrago Is given nt 1.3 tons per Scploiiilu'r :iril. ncro. It is estimated that tho number of livestock on hnnd ns compared l'nlnltM's. Price trend on potatoes during the with last year is ns follows: Horses 92 per cont, condition 91 tho week wns generally downward. Minnesota whlto stock wns quoted nt per cent; cattlo 88 per cont, condinor owl., f. o. b. Chicago tion 90 per cent; hogs 91 per cont, $2.20-2.2- 5 nnd $2.6r Kansas city. Now Jorsoy condition 92 per cent; sheep 93 per per cwt. and Vir cent, condition 94 per cent. Giants $2.00-3.0- 0 ginia cobblers slightly weaker nt$t.- per bbl. At tho corresponding Careful Shocking of Corn Prevents wore Waste. tlmo last year, potatoo-markct- s An a nation, wo waste enough corn weak and Now Jorsoy Giants sold on a basis of about $1.33 per cwt. f. o. I), to supply several European nntions shipping points. This prlco compared with bread. Much of this waste Is with about $1.00 per cwt. for same duo to poor shocking'. Corn is put into tho shocks for tho week In 1910. Shipments past wcok declined about 500 cars with total of purpose of protecting tho stover and 2,823 compared with 3, 211 last week. grain from rain nnd snow until It Decreas duo chlofly to the holiday at dries nnd can bo husked and stored. Hy n little caro In handling tho shocks tho closo of tho porlod. .Sweet Potatoes. and In tying them high nenr tho tops, Thcro was also n decline In prices good protection Is afforded both grain of sweet potatoes In tho consuming nnd stover. If tho stalks of each mnrkcts, prices ranging from $1.00-6.0- 0 armload do not slant in ono direcper bbl. In Now York, Phila- tion only toward tho center of tho delphia and Ilaltlmorc. During tho shock and If tho tying Is not done samo week last year Virginia Sweets high up near tho top, tho shock Is per bbl. In very apt to twist. Tying near tho ranged from $3.00-5.5- 0 markets." middle docs not prevent twisting, tythe loading consuming Shipments 221 cars against 140 last ing near tho fop docs. Equal distribution of tho armloads week. Cabbage. of corn around a shock Is Important. nt An equal distribution, with all tho Colored cabbago still quoted $1.00 per cwt. at shipping points, and stalks slanting toward tho center, shock, $3.00 per cwt. Kansas City. Illinois forms a conical storm-proo- f per ton having cacli cornstalk acting as a cabbage ranged $C0.00-G5.0- 0 in consuming markets. Total ship- brace to hold the shock erect. With ments wero 370 compared with 270 inoro weight of corn on ono sldo tlinn on tho opposite side, tho. shock last week. Honey. is likely to lean or go down. TwistThoro has been great activity In ed nnd down shocks aro difficult to hnndlo and to husk. As such shocks tho honey market recently, heavy have been mndo to tho United do not shed water, both grain and Kingdom during tho last six months. stover often spoil. Good shocking Is such a slmplo A recent Government order prohibits nil further exports of honey. Cali- matter that It receives littlo attenfornia sago honoy Is being quoted nt tion. Experienced corn cutters usual25conts per pound f. o. b. shipping ly build good shocks. It Is no harder than to build poor shocks. Inexpoint. perienced help often feels disinclin (ieucral. Exports of dried beans and peas In ed to tako Instructions regarding such July wero 497, COS bus., chlofly to slmplo work, and If of uninterested. careless disposition, an experienced Belgium. Iloviscd potato ostium to shows a person should work with them and are decrease of 21.029,000 bus., compar- mako sure that tho armloads ed with last years crop, and an In- properly placed. Without such sucrease of 103,944,000 bus., ovor tho pervision. Inexperienced help often proves much worse than no help nt crop of 19 10. Tho pear crop of Now York is nil. Very poorly built shocks no protection; 'on tho contrary, officially estimated nearly ono half bushels below last years they hold wnter, prevent drying. million nnd thereby hasten and Increaso the yield. Condition of cabbage crop for can- waste of food. This fall each Individual should, ning officially reported 74 on August 15, compared with S.7 Aug. 1, 1917. and each patriotic Individual will, Early cabbago .ready for shipment In prevent waste of food. 13y good shocking nn enormous wasto can be Cortland County. N. Y. If any corn shocks twist Grapes tended lower at Hcnton provented. Harbor, Mich., closing at 22 cents per or go down thoj should bo husked four quart basket f. o. b. cash track. nnd stored before the grain and s.tov-commenco to spoil. At Nebraska shipping points ConC. P. HARTLEY. cords declined slightly ruling 33 cts. United States Department of per basket f. o. b. v this war the $3,000 raised In Shori-de- n FRENCH CHERISH county has rovolvcd until 0 worth of material used in tho preparation of poison has lioen pur YANKEE GRAVES chased.. Tho department this year $21,-00- conducting n campaign to dostroy Inrkct Itcvlrw For rodents on approximately 11,000,000 acres In tho Western States. If your child is palo and sickly, picks at the nose, starts in the sleep nnd grinds tho teeth whllo sleeping, it Is a sure sign of worms. A remedy for these parasites will bo found In White's Cream Vermifuge. It not only clears out tho worms, but it restores health and cheerfulness. Prlco 00c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. in TEXAS llOXE IlltV. Dallas, Texas, Sept, 7. A strange wagons, procession of canvas-covere- d drawn by mules, for moro than n month has been creeping out of West Texas with farmers and ranchers who havo despaired of trying to mnke a livelihood on the land that has been parched under a blazing sun and has seen virtually no rain for thirty-si- x months. The emigrants from this particular .section have turned their faces toward tho cotton fields of Eastern Texas nnd Oklahoma, whero work for all can easily be obtained. In soma parts of tho West Texas district dusk finds ns many ns a dozen of theso emigrant camps in a single mile. o From tho and tho northern section of the state come reports that similar caravans, reminis cent of half n century ago, mark the exodus of farmers from those dis tricts, who aro moving toward Colora do nnd farther West. Tho war has played its part with tho departing homesteader, but lack of rain has been the real factor. Most r tho 8Cttlors havo bccn on, laml rent cd from the state. Some havo spent years of labor building up their herds and others havo been working the land Into a profitable state of culti, vation. Hut the drought camo and tho cat tlo died in numbers, and those that did not die wero to weak to bear young. I.lvo stock men said tho calf crop In West Texas this year was a Pan-Jinndl- r--- - x Net Contents 15FluidDrachir t Mothers Of Republic Adopt Dead Soldiers And Keep Mounds Green. Paris, Sept. 8. Upon tho eastern slope of Mount Valerian aro hurled the 280 American soldiers who have died in Paris hospitals. Altho tho cemetery has been in uso only three months, if la sought out by reverent American visitors nnd tho graves, marked by tho Intertwined colors of the two republics, aro constantly decorated with flowers. Not content with nctlng as godmothers to tho American soldiers who return to Paris on furloughs, French mothers whoso sons havo died that liberty might live havo adopted tho boys from tho United States even In death.. To each littlo cross on Mount Valerian there is pinned a card showing that somo woman has vowed tho grave never shall be with out a wreath or a vaso of flowers, Some of tho floral pieces aro of elabo rate workmanship. Tho oldest grave In the cemetery Is that of Private Bought, of the 102d Infantry, who died March 2G, last. Most of tho plates tacked to the wooden crosses bear more recent dates, however, and tho majority of the soldiers lying thero belonged to the Marine Corps. "Mort pour la patrle," read the inscriptions. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That ,. -'"' ALGOHOL-- a TEH AVctJclaWefteparalfonfarAs- -- Genuine Castoria - 2C-5.- E8 !:- - ! ' 5 similnlimJlhcroodbyRcula-- i HnulheStomachsand ucwcisa. gJiiSSPPPil f. Always Bears the hc?"i f Mineral. Not IAncoTn. MarjZZoiwssxnflTfflt .7 ThcrcbyPromoUmSDh'esuoti ChccrfuIncssandRcstCaatwis neither Onlum,Morpnulcnor Signature of M In E.:hM1 -. r;:si nT fn to.! JhimpunitM UfSenai JUhtlUSJIt j?. 5 :''- ft A a Am I'M'S :s . iK7iy-- I''.Vc -; i I r )mhrj7rnllinr tiMnfiilBcmcdyfcr ,!.. ..i:, Ami nl.irrhocs. find Fcvcrishncss and racSimncSijnatweot fT Use For Over """id ";-'- resulting ihercfronwntajaniy. fc5F 3 . ttSec1 rtS-iI ' T Iiie CnsTAiniCoMP.o NEWy. Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CKNTAUR COMPANY, NCW YORK CITY. ox-po- For a Weak Stomach. great relief afforded by Chamberlain's Tablets in a multitude of cases has fully proven tho great value of this preparation for a weak stomach and impaired digestion. In many cases this relief has become permaTho nent and sufferers have been pletely restored to health. " I) com- m HUN FliOATIXG MINE IS RROUGHT ASHORE Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Salisfac (Ion Guar LowestNet failure. Somo settlors had accumulated enough money to travel, while others borrowed money ylth which to make their departure. In, many cases the war added to tho tragedy by taking away young men whoso strength might have made It possible for farmers to hold on until rain came. Tho country which the settlers are leaving Is that west and north of Ft. Worth and Dallas, ranging as far west as the stato boundary and south In the of tho Pan- - handle counties. Panhandle thoro were rains in the spring and occasional showers later that kept grass with which to feed tho cattle. GEHMAX nf-fo- rd Babylon, N. Y., Spet. 7. A floating mine of German typo, thought to havo been one of those placed In waters off tho Long Island coast by a Gorman submarine recently, was discovered off the beach at Fire Island by a United States patrol boat today and brought ashore. Engineers who took tho mine apart said that it weighed about 200 pounds, but was not in condition to explode owing to defective wiring. After the destruction of the United States cruiser San Diego off Fire Island July 19 a number of mines wero picked up by mine sweepers. anteed .u J"F"gaffffBwfjpFMTM Prices Terms 9. A. ETARCK 'RtSIOINT Fa otoy Saving of SlOO to tory Direct Eaaiiai A $2O0 From Fac- JllalfepV7BMwa r U H"m6"jit " i"iiiaiYi'iir ffti er ESPIOXAGE WO UK STIKS UP SPAIN Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO Rl A COMMISSIONER'S SALE. OWN HOME Wej will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, in your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 day3. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send Ifback, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. T, V) Starck Piano roust make good with you, . or there is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL . IN YOUR " Savi $150.00 or Mtrt Easy Paymsats You pay no cash down, but after 80 days trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is Dossible for you to buy a piano for your hoifle, without Of Hopkins Circuit Court, Kentucky. I.IIW1N IUC IIlUUEf. T- " Jfc. v P. Stum, Admr., etc., Plaintiffs, aiaroK NaysfMaiNt 2nd-Kin- d vs. Notice of Sale in Equity. Bargains Erery Btarclc Piano U Starck are H. A Stum, etc1., Defendants. guaranteed for 25 years. We have constantly on band the best and most beautiTuts guarantee has back a large number of slightly used ful Plover Pianos an tttt By virtue of a Judgment and orot It our 35 years ot plane pianos of ail and market, iou win be experience, and the repustandard makes taken in exlighted with the many ex der of salo of tho Hopkins Circuit tation of an change for new Starck Pianos clusive festures of these Court, rendered at tho May term responsible piano bouse. and The followwonderful Instruments, and ing are a few sample bargains t will be pleased with the thereof, 1918, In tho above styled 50 Free Musis very low prices at whlcn Weber ?110.00 causo tho undersigned will on Monthey can be secured, g, Lessons Steinway 92.00 day, the 16th day of September, Chlckering Plans look Frsk To every purchaser of 90.00 Starck Pianos, we give free Send today for our new 1918, between Kimball tho hours of 10 95.00 music lessons, in one of plana Starck 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a o'clock a. m., nnd 3 o'clock p. m., the best known schools In book which gives Chicago. These lessons you large amount of informaSend tor our latest complete at the Court House door in tho town can take In your own home, tion regarding pianos. This bargain list. by mail. This represents of Hartford, Ky., proceed to expose book will Interest and golden-brow- n one years tree instruction. please you. Write today. to public sale, to the highest bidder, 1813 Starck Bids., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., tho following described property, "Tho crop season for 1918 Is rnpld- cials must have known of tho German viz: ly drawing to a closo. It Is too early Interest In Poultry. A tract of land In Ohio county", ii.f.a.-jactivities. Particularly insolent iniw i M. to glvo final estimates on tho nctunl "Much Interest Is shown In poultry stances of violation of Spanish neu- Kentucky, convoyed to Leandor M. yields nnd only u summary of condi- In many localities and a consequent trality, such as the cscapo of an in- Phlpps by Robert Moseley by deed tions is given tills month. Tho largest Increaso in tho numbers on hnnd as terned from Cadiz and the dis- dated December 22, 1852, of record money crops of tho Stnto, corn and compared with last year, whllo In covery of a submarine depot at In tho Ohio County Court Clerk's of All tobacco, aro damaged by the drouth, other localities this has fallen off. have caused officials to be fice in D. B. "M", page 411, bound and this extreme drouth has' pre- Conditions of poultry Is placed nt 94 moro active. ed as follows: tho cntiro per cent. vailed over practically Beginning at a whlto oak south- and containing soventy-flv- o The port commandant at Palamos, stono nnd 2 small beeches, markacres. part Stnto. It was broken tho lattor "Melons and fruits of all kinds aro a small seaport near Barcelona, was east corner of Morrison 4,700 aero 2. Beginning at a stake or stono ed as pointers; thence N. 2 E. 110 of August, sluco which tlmo condi- especially short this year, condition recontly arrested ns a spy, following survey, running thence N. 3 E. northwest cornor of lot No. 1;; rods to a poplar stump standing on tions aro greatly Improved, and tho of same being as follows: Apples 54 tho torpedoing of a French vessel 240 sur-vo- y rods with tho lino of said thonco 87 W. 92 rods to ft stako th cast bank of a rocky branch; final estimates on yields on lato crops por cent, grapes 02 per cent, molons near tho Spanish coast. Spanish auto 2 small hickories and a small or stono in tho Brown line; thenco thenco continuing N. 2 E, 22 rods may toll n dlfforont tale than tho low 05 por cent. thorities declare ho has communi black oak; thonco N. 86 W. 112 with Bald lino S. 3 W. 130 rods and 23 links to tho beginning and estimates given herein would "With tho scarcity of stock water cated information regarding tho sail- rods to a poplar stump standing on to a hickory now a stako, another of containing 81 acres. rollovcd by tho recent rains and tho ings of ships and the particulars of tho cast bank of a rocky branch; lirown's corners In Morrison's origThe commissioner will offer each, condition of all lato crops benefited their cargoes to E. 22 rods and 23 inal lino; thenco S. 87 thonco N. 2 officers. E. with said of tho above parcels separately, also materially, tho prosnoct Is not so Condition of Corn 70 Per Cent. A similar charge has also boon links to a black oak; thence N. 86 lino 92 rods to a stako or stono; offering soparatoly tho timber on "The general condition of com is gloomy for tho result of tho farmors' mndo ugalnst Sonor Burvn Portlllo, W. 125 rods to a largo beech on tho thonco N. 3 B. 130 rods to tho each parcol, and tho mlnoral underago. tho chief of pollco of Barcelona. roportod at 7G per cent ns a Stato year's work ns it wns a weok east bank of Pond Run; thence S. 3 beginning and containing 75 acres. lying oach parcol; he will then ofaverage. The first estimates on tho Great Interest is boing manifested in m W. 04 rods with Adam Brown's lino 3. Beginning at a stako or stono fer tho lands for salo as a wholo, al yield of corn Is glvon nt twenty-on- e tho increased nreago of wheat and WOUNDED KENTUCKY HOY to a stake, his corner; thence S. 864 northeast comer of lot No. 1 In tho so offering separately tho tlmbor on bushels per ncro ns compared with tho Kentucky farmer Is ready to meet RETURNS FROM FRANCE E. with another of Brown's lines 52 .Morrison lino; thence with said lino tho lands as a whole, and tho mineral thirty bushels, Stato averago last tho omorgency In this crisis for prorods to 2 whlto oaks, another of N. 3 E. 110 rods to 2 small hick- underlying tho lands as a wholo; ho year. Tho condition of burloy tobaeco duction as far as it is possible for Evansvlllo, Ind., Sept. Brown's corners; thence S. 3 W. ories and a small black oak; thence will accept that bid or bids produchim to do so." Rone, of Logansport, Butler county, 199 rods to a hickory, now a stako, N. 8G is given ut 71 por cent und dark W. 112 rods to a ponlar ing tho most money. Kentucky, passed through hero to- another of Brown's corners in Mor- Btumn standing on tho oast bank of at 75 por cent. Much of "tho No tlmbor shall bo cut or removKill Rodents And Save Crops, day enroute homo from early tobacco is cut, owing to tho Franco, rison's original lno; thence S. 87 a rock brauch; thonco S. 2 W. 110 ed, or coal or other mineral taken An amount approximating $50,000 whero he was wounded in action, his E. with said lino 184 rods to tho be- rods to n stako or stono at 2 small or lands damaged hot weather, but tho rains until tho respoc-tlv- o aro bringing out. lato tobacco to ad has been raised In Montana to carry right hip being shattered by a Hun ginning containing 307 acres. beeches marked as pointers; thonco purchase prlco therefor has been vantage. Homp acreage Is small and on cooporativo campaigns under tho bullet. Ho was takon to a baso HosSaid Ohio county land has beon di- S. 87 B. 109 rods and 17 links to fully paid. condition is glvon at 73 por cont. Con- supervision of tho United States De- pital whero ho underwent nn opera- vided into four salable parcels by re- tho beginning and containing 76 TEItaiS Salo will bo made on a s and soy beans is partment of Agriculture, to kill tion. A pleco of bono from a horso's port of John II. Wood, surveyor, de- acres, dition of credit of six months. Tho purchassuch as prairie dogs and hip was grafted onto his hip and tho scribed therein as follows: given In both instances at 82 por 4. Beginning at a black oak; er will bo required to glvo bond.wlth cont. Ilalns havo brought theso crops ground squirrels, which havo proved operation is said to bo successful. Ho 1. Beginning at a whitq oak thenco N. 86 i W. 125 rods to a approved security, for tho payment or out. a anions uro glvon nt 08 por very destructive in grain fields. This still walks with a limp, but tho wound southeast cornor of Morrison 4,700 large beech on tho east bank of Pond tho purchaso money, to havo tho force cent., Irish potatoes at C8 per cont money Is used to buy grain and poi- practically has honied, Rono was not acre survey, running thonco N. 3 Bun; thenco S. 3 W. 64 rods with nnd effect of u Judgment, bearing and sweet potatoes at 79 por cent. son, needed In tho poisonous bait, dismissed from sorvlco, and oxpects E. 130 rods with tho lino of said Adam Brown's line to a stake, his legal Interest from tho day of salo Pastures havo been greatly in need which Is purchased through tho co- to return to his company in a few survey to a stako or stoiio; thenco corner; thence S. 864 K. with with a lion reserved upon said propW. 92 rods to a stako or of rains and tho condition shows 05 operation of the Department at cost. weeks. Ho was ono of tho first volun N. 87 of Brown's lines C2 rods to 2 erty until all tho purchaso money la por cont, hut Is considerably rovlvcd This material Is sold to farmors at teers from Butler county after tho stone; thenco S. 3 W. 130 rods whlto oaks, another of Brown's cor paid. slnco tho drouth has been broken. cost und thus tho nionoy becomes a United States cntored the world war, to a stake or stono in Morrison's ners; thonco S. 3 v. 68 rods V. Y. MOORE, Alfalfa condition is given at 80 por sort of revolving fund for tho pur- - nnd has been in Frauco for a year or original llnq; thenco with said lino to a stako or stono; thenco S. 87 Master Commissioner, Hopkins Clr-,cS. 87 E. 92 rods to the beginning E. 74 rods and 8 links to a stfiko or cent, and whllo the third cutting wusjchaso of moro grain and poison. In moro. Court. 9t3. Player-Piansecond-hanPlayer-Pianoto-dn- y. second-hant at Car-tcgo- Crop Outlook Is Brighter. Madrid, Sept. 7. German spies in Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 0. As a re- An Economical Way to Peel Pota- Spain havo shown such a 'contempttoes. sult of belated general rains, which uous dlsregurd of Spanish neutrality Drop washed potatoes In a vessel during the last few months that even have brought out the late corn nnd tobacco nnd relieved tho shortage of of rapidly boiling water and allow pro- - German officials have been forcRestock wnter, tho crop outlook Septem- thorn to remain ten minutes. ed to take a hand regardless of tho ber 1 wns not ns gloomy as in tho move and strip tho skin as when press. middle of tho summer, Commissioner potatoes aro peeled after thorough Recent disclosures havo shown that of Agriculture Mat. S. Cohen said in cooking by boiling. Tho potatoes will Germany has a complete espionage his monthly crop report made public still bo practically raw and may bo system in Spain, covering tho entire handled llko raw peeled potatoes in monarchy, and that tho Canary and Early corn and tobacco has been proparlng any dish. Ono excellent Balearic Islands aro busy centers of seriously hurt nnd the ostlmnto of the way to cook tho skinned potatoes is subraarlno activity. corn crop Is twenty-on- e bushels to tho to bake them. The entire potato, Little attention has been paid by acre, compared to thirty bushels lust Including tho thin, tho Spanish government to rumors of crust, may bo eaten. yoar. Tho report follows: espionage, although government offi- We ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that lave ou upwards ot $150.00 In ih cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can You are assured of receiving secure elsewhere. a satisfactory tweet tontd durable high grade FOR FINE JOB PRINTING' Of Kinds Call on The Republican. at C.--- co cow-pea- ts, au-oth- er ult BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Clalro.) I Hon, Thrv say thcro Is a reason for everything, but I could never see any for a feller clrlnklu' water when he cpuld get whisky. ITho drouth of '54 warn't not'hln' to what It's goln' to' bo after the first of next July. A bachellor's practice of economy Is usually confined to wearln' socks with holes In the feet. The feller who don't humor his y wife, and another man does, glncr-nllgets Into a lawsuit or a shootln' scrape. Only a mother can love n baby like a man In the draft age loves It. I surance made pnyablo to his wife's second husband, and she Is still keep- -' in flowers on his grave. Tho firm was composed of me, wifo and four kids, and now two of the kids are managln' branch houses. Bill Bryan and Bill Sunday can't get their bills in the publicity dough tray whilo Bill Hohcnzollern is a gardin' it. guess It's alright but It .sounds funny. Threo years ago the Democrats tolo us to vote the Democrat ticket to keep out of war and now they tell us to vote tho Democrat ticket to keep the war goin' on. I A Minnesota man had his llfo In- It would be a calamity to tho penitentiary prisoners to take Stanley out of tho governor's office before the rest of them git pardons. Folks comin' to the fair shouldn't come too early. If the mornln's is dew-o- y they will droun In the weeds. And they should .bring their drlnkln' water along for, honest Indian, there's live snakes in the public well. The Hartford City Council: is right up to date in the matter of collectin' . town tax. I'm lookin for a German uprisin' in this country about December 1, when the President i3 goin to stop the inakiu' of beer. ' Wakln a feller up at answer inornin' to five In tho a telephone Is what I call interferln' with personal liberty. .? Tinsley will be as mad as Tucker when he reads these Beads and don't see his name mentioned. m NARROWS. and every one Is enjoying tho fine, cool, fall weather. Mr. A. II. Renfrew and daughter, Miss Grace, went to Owensboro Saturday. Miss Grace will go from there to Island, the lasjt of tho week, where she will open school next Monday. Mr. J. A. Shrovo and wife, of Richland. Indiana, aro visiting relatives at and near this place. Miss Essyo Lynch came down from milOlaton Monday to open tho linery season for Loyal Brothers. Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Doling was found dead In bed Sunday morning. A physician was called, but to late. Tho precious soul liad winged Its flight to a fairor region, far away, Mr. Romu Freo has bought Mr. Tom Petty's store, and will take chargo of it soon. Mr. Freo will occupy Mrs. Berley'sresidence property. Mr. Petty is within the ago of tho now draft luw and wanted to shape his businoss so he would bo prepared for a call to servico If It came. Miss Olivia Harrison, who recently went to Washington to accept a position In ouo of tho government departments, spent Lubor day, with n party of Ohio county friends, at Groat Falls, Va. Miss Ethol Muffctt Is quite ill of Malaria at this writing. , Mr. J. .11. Renfrew wont to Louisville Monday to make a fall purchase of goods Jor F. Renfrew & Co. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. I,. II. Combs to W, I. Wall acres, on Liberty and Cromwell road, $8,000. (Two years ago this land sold for $3,000) A. F. Herrymau to John W. Ford 42 acres, on Rough rlvor, $500. Henry Bennett to II. F. Scott 60 acres, on Green River, $1,500. T. S. Ford to J. It. Vosterllold one lot in Fordsvlllo, $250. II. L. Stearsman to L. H. James 36 acres, on Green Rlvor, $616. Ulrch II. Martin to Emorson It. Stevens 2 acres, on Hartford and Conturtown road. $500. C. II. llrown to llotiry L. Stearsman 113 acres, on Pond Run creek, $650. Ilv F. Burden to Finis Burden 31 aero, on Indiun Camp creek, $500. a John It. Collins to Mrs. It. It. two lots in Hartford, consldera- 124 Col-Un- Health in this community is good, BILLIONS WASTED EACH YEAR. Interest In Collins farm. Birch Dunbar to Dr. G. B. Dockory GIVE That Country's Water Power Is So Lit. .14 acres, on Lewis creek, $100. tie Used Is a Reflection on CitiVV A. Casebler to W. M. Cohran zens' Intelligence. acres, on Slaty creek, $5,000. 95 Women of Nation Arc Asked to P. O. McKlnnoy to II. L. Tucker In tho enrly days of this country tho Make Sacrifice. 245 ncros and certain other mineral grist mill was built where there was In Valley tights, for shares of stock water power, and In lime other IndusView Farm Company. Precious Metal So Badly Needed by tries nlso located there for tho same to R. P. Kirk 50 W. S. Howard reason, II. II. Windsor writes In Poputhe Government Will Not Be Used acres $3,500. lar Mechanics Magazine. Many of our for Personal Adornment by Cleveland Sandefur to America cities have largest manufacturing the True Patriot. grown up nround these grist mills. But Sandefur one third Interest In 00 powers were acres. By ABBIE FARWELL BROWN of the many of the best water so Inaccessible, nnd the surrounding Hannah James to E. M. Hardin 6 Vigilantes. agriculture, that Interest in lot in McIIcnry.(Thls deed Who would have thought that bo country so unfit for never bo used small u thin? ns a bit of Jewelry might no mills nnd towns have ever taken provides this lot shall thochenpost mill power for the purpose of selllnr iiuoxlcntlns show one's tinpatrlotlsm? And yet It advantage of Every woman who wears n Silt known. Is sol l.currs) Today, thanks to the electric motor, J. B. Hunter to A. J. Hockenberry of platinum Jewelry Is defrauding the transmission lines, and high voltage, government of Just so much power for 2 acres $750. the factory may locate convenient to Mary E. Mason to G. W. Kcown war. Every man who buys a platinum transportation nnd labor, and have the g sotting for his dear lady's ring Is lot in Benvcr Dam $100. the badge of his carelessness upon water power brought to It. Mrs. I. S. Mason to G. W. Keown her. Every Every 24 hours there goes to waste Jeweler who persuades a lot In Beaver Dam 51,900. buyer that platinum is more chic than unused water power equivalent to the W. M. Heflln to W. H. Pillow 92 the gold of other days, Is nctlug con- coal energy of 1,000,000 tons, or tons each year. At n low averacres, and n dower Interest In certain trary to the nation's interests. other lands, $1,S00. Platinum Is exceedingly Importnnt age of present prices this waste repre11. W. Rial and Henry Wlnshelmcr In the steel and Iron works and In the sents $2,000,000,000 yearly. Switzerland gets her coal from Germanufacture of munitions. From it Is to Mrs. B. B. Collins one lot In Hartmany. This year the supply Is only ford for care and attention to mother. produced sulphuric add, used In mak s of requirements, yet SwitMaggie Ford to Sirs. Willie Sumner ing high explosives. It Is one of the 0 big assets of power; but platinum is zerland will pay Germany over 55 acres $500. for coal. At the present moevery day. scarce, growing scarcer powThe situation is so serious ns to crip- ment there nre undeveloped water.1,500,-00NOTICE. 0 ple both tho university laboratories, ers In Switzerland amounting to horse power which, with 520,000 whosetpntrlotlc chemists nre working I horeby give public notice that on on wnr problems, nnd the chemical In- horse power already harnessed, would December 3, 191S, I will mako ap- dustries which have developed here make Switzerland almost Independent plication to the State Prison Com- since wnr began, to replace Gennnn of outside conl supply. Our own unused water powers remain mission for a parole from State pris- productions. on. This September 7, 1918. Our country contains no platinum undeveloped because tho restrictions MITCHELL TAYLOR. mines, nnd the supply from the Ural our government. tlenuinds do not nppenl lltlp mountains Is almost unobtainable now, to private enterprise, which nnturally FARMERS! ATTENTION! In tho Russian crisis. Our other great Is reluctant to Invest vast sums under platinum source, Colombln, has also a franchise which may be terminated any time. With the financial burdens The Hartford National Farm Loan apparently failed us nt this juncture. at our government will is now authorized to ac The shortage Is such' that the metal with which Association now costs $9S an ounce I Rut for that emerge from this war, It will doubtless applica cept from bona fide farmers very reason It Is doubly be years before congress would feel tions for loans on farming lands. precious somebecause unthinking persons de- Justified In appropriating tho money OHIO SITUATED ANYWHERE IN sire it all the more to adorn them- necessary to make this development. COUNTY. selves. Think of It I To adorn one's It would seem wise, therefore, rather You can borrow 50 per cent of the silly self, nt the expense of one's counthan wait an indefinite number of say 50 years appraised value of your land, provid try's safety Surel. there Is no Amer- years, that n franchise of ed said ner cent does not exceed ?iu,- - ican woman so selfish, when once she should be granted, with privilege of 000.00. Loans are made for periods of knows the truth. Surely no one de- taking over the properties at the end years and the rate ol sires to be more beautiful at the cost of that time on some basis of valuation from 5 to 34 fair to government nnd owners. On per cent. Payment is of blood. interest Is 5 Jewelry set In platinum Is undenia- such a basis development would begin AMORTIZATION plan. 1. mado on the hope, think- at once. e., payment of a certain fixed amount bly rich. But one Is not, I In the meantime the 1,000,000 tons' in dress nowaing about rich effects each 0 months, which will be ap- days. value of coal Is rushing to the sea It Is no time to court admiraproximately $3.25 per hundrer dol- tion with Jewelry. Patriotism Is the every 24 hours, nn absolute waste, includes both interest and only bright, particular Jewel worth dis- without the slightest benefit to any-onlars, which principal, and will be sufficient to pay playing. off the whole loan, principal and inSo keen Is the anxiety of the chemNaval Lieutenant Wins Honor. terest, at the end of the time for ists over the high cost of platinum Although otlicers in the military s scientist has loan is made. that one which the forces of this country nre not nllowed An application fee of $5.00 for a sacrificed a beautiful plntlnum dish to accept decorations or gifts from forrecognition of his loan of $1,000.00 or less and 50c for presented to him In distinguished service to science. Tills eign governments, the British admiral-a aceach additional $500.00 must keepsake, the ty has Just conferred honors upon company the application. Each appli- patriot sold his precious To of years of faithful rcsenrch young American olllcer. duty Lieut. reward on an cant must pay In advance the esti- for mankind, In order that the metal Frank Loftln, U. S. X., on mated cost of appraisment of his It contained might bo fashioned Into American destroyer operating In the land, which will probably be from chemists' supplies for the further aid war zone, has been given the distin navy dcJ $2.50 to $5.00, depending on its lo- of bis country. Such a memorial was guished service cross. Therecommenpartment announces this applicant must furnish worth more than Jewels. cation. Each through the British amCannot all the women of Amcrlci be dation made an abstract of title, prepared by the olllas this great man of bassador. Loftln was executive othselected by the Associa- ns Abstracter cer of tho destroyer, which, with bank, science? by the tion and approved ers, was convoying a number of troopwhich will cost him $15.00 per tract,, ships, when general quarters was Fish Scale Jewelry. torpedo was .sighted complus the cost of .copying, which will That there Is commercial value In sounded as a the ship. Slslng up the average $3.00 per abstract. unconsidered trifles Is shown by n ing townrd rang to the engine room situation, he The next appraisement will begin writer, who says: a loan desiring for full speed ahead. Getting this, he Oct. 1. Farmers fish, which arc of util"The scales of should apply to McDowell A. Fogle, ity to the owner during Its sojourn In uttered the ship's course and headed Hartford, for the vasty deep, are Ignored after cap- directly for the periscope of the r, Secretary-TreasureQuick maneuvering followed nuil application blank and any other ture ns good only for the refuse heap. an l. ever thus," says an ex- n depth charge dropped In the course But It was not desired information, enemy sent him out change. "In days gone by fish scales of the submerged Is from possessed a real value, notably those or sight. Lieutenant Loftln FOR SALE. FARM graduated from the of roach, blenk, dace nnd whitebait. Tennessee nnd In the class of 1007. "Older writers tell us how the scales Naval academy A 70 acre, lilll and valley farm, and used of these fishes were collected YORU TAXES NOW DUE. 6 miles north of' Hartford on the in the manufacture of necklaces, earroad. Cheap, terms easy. rings and such like ornament. Thames Owensboro W. It. CARSON. I HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE fishermen used to catch fish, take off Hartford, R. 3. Ht4p the scales aud throw the body back TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY Into the river. A pigment was obtain- CLERIC AND WILL BE IN MY OFADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ed by treating tho scales in n certain FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO fashion, whitebait being the most pop- RECEIVE YOUR TAXES. ON AC So All persons having claims against ular flsh used for the purpose. COUNT OF THE. ASSESSMENT BEthe estate of James Eldon Miller, de- great formerly was the demand nt ING DELAYED, I RECEDED THE ceased, are hereby notified to present times that tho price of a quart of TAX BILLS SEVERAL WEEKS one to five same to mo, properly proven, on or Ilsh scales vurled from MATERIALLY WHICH LATE, September 30, 1918, or they guineas. boforo 'ITlils treatment of fish scales for (SHORTENS THE TIME FOR COL August will bo forever barred. This making small personal adornments Is LECTING TAX, AND MUST INSIST 24, 1918. UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY attributed to the French." CAP DAVIS, OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLEAdmr. Estato of James Eldon Miller, Give Cervices to Community Theater. MENT OF THEIS TAXES. 9t3p Deceased. Having enlisted the services of tt S. A. BRATCHER, S. 0 C. many stage people In the vicinity, n AVIIITESVILLE. citizens In Holgroup of public-spiriteEAST VIEW. lywood, Cal., have recently established very InterMr. Ion MIdkiff and sister, of a community theater of a Farmors aro very busy cutting and There esting and distinctive sort. Ralph, wore guests of their grandhousing tobacco, and making Is no commercial motive behind the parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John MIdkiff, enterprise nnd everyone connected Sunday. ,,.,. ., .....-- - thn iimnor homier to the Messrs. Albert Stowart and L. D. frnm . , ivlili It. Mr. Lesllo Edgo and Miss Maud trip, to Owplaywrights una nciors, ummie m at Now I her services. Funds raised from con- - French made a business church Mosoley attended ensboro Tuesday. .. I .....1 Panther Creek church Sunday night. i tl'lllUimg inciiiuera uiiii I... ,lt.l- U.llf. tt '. wMr. W. T. French anil son, Alford, Dr. O, W. Edgo and wlfo, of tickets, which cost 50 unil 75 cents wore In Owensboro Friday. guests of Mr. and each, were employed In remodeling an KnottHvlllo, were Mr. B. J. French mado a business old skating rink into n most attractive trip to Mrs. Itllllo Howard Monday.Hartford Saturday. a Tho enthusiastic Mr. Ernest Mosoley was In Ow- - playhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Pattern wore show by their that gather here onaboro Saturday. representative character that this Is In Hartford Friday. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Smith spent Suna community enterprise. PopuFARM LAND FOR SALE. trulyMechanics Magazine. day with Mr. Zach King, of Ada-burlar UP PLATINUM! !$&flV V$rWVSS New Fa.ll Suits! You have already been thinking about" the new suit you need for fall and winter. Conser- put-'tln- two-third- $4,000,-000,00- vation during the war, and even after, is very necessary. Economy merchandise, the best for the money, its costs has always been the slogan of this store. Good suits are high in price, but cheap suits arc much the highest when service and appearance are considered. We help you conserve by furnishing you suits that spell real economy. This store is the home of HART, SCHAFF-NE& MARX'S Fine Clothes. Strictly all; s wool fabrics, workmanship and styles They cost less in proportion to the time they last, and fit and look better behigh-clas- R vl 1 sides. You can't afford to miss seeing our Suits. Just look, that's all we ask. If you can't see that it's to your best interest to buy our Suits, we won't expect to sell you. &l e. L P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. world-famou- SflVSSSSS SSSSS?;; everything is going very well. I shall! stay hero about three weeks and then Clarence Gnbbart, who was recent- go back for a rOst. Tho trenches nro" ly wounded while on the battlo lino all right if tho weather Is good, but? In France writes to parents. when It Is not good It Is not so pleas-- 1 In Franco, ant. I don't think wo shall bo horn July 31, 19 IS. long. Tho Gormnns are tired out, and Dear Parents: I was wounded I think we will nil bo home by tho August 29, nbout 1:30 P. M. Two ma- first of March. Wo can't lose. Wo aro chine gun wounds In my thigh. Just bound to win, and I don't think it will above my right knee, hut I nm "doing bo very long. I am with tho same orflue and having splendid treatment. ganization I was with when I wrote You couldn't tell liy my walk that I before Your dcv)ted son,' am wounded nt all. We sure had somo LEE STEVENS. mm llerco battle. Thoy call It tho bloody was not ono bit exbattle ground. BOY WRITES OF WOUNDS. 1 ,J 11-t-- 5-- d jno-lasse- s. . cited tho first battlo I was in. I never UNCLE SAM ORDERS IT. thought of being nervous. You don't get excited the least bit. I havo been Beginning November 1, in two real battles and several little tho Germans can't we shall have to drop from ones, but listen: stand for us to get close to them; subscription list all subthoy get up and pack themselves to our somo woods. Thoy nro cowards and scribers who are not paid in won't light except In tho woodd. Wo advance. This action is not nro capturing worlds of ammunition. The war won't last so awful long. We our choice, but by direct or- - $ nro winning victory after victory. Wo der from the government, Al were up against ono of tho Gormnns' is no possible way best divisions she had In tho war, aud and there wo aro advancing day by day; so for us to avoid it. It has long good by Franco Hello! Broadway. been the custom for the I am a long way from tho front weekly knowing 1 vlior Jcountry Thoy got us away quickly jAI .. i wounded. I am going furthor south ii imiiuus were jumesi ana I havo over $100 coming to mo now would eventually pay to and havn't signed tho pay roll yet, and can't get to. 1 am out of monoy, continue subscribers on its but I should worry. Tho Gormans aro list regardless of expirations. losing day by day and 1 nm allvo yot, so don't worry about mo for am not This plan has been a convendoing It by myself. Toll Eva I shall ience to the subscriber, and bo back somo day. Good by to all of as the bill was larger when Your son, you for a while. CLARENCE, paid, made little difference P. S. It is Sunday, and I am feeling to the publisher. We should flno. I nm at the Hospital yet. Will soon be ready to leave for tho front. be willing to continue such li 1 uudt-onee- g. About six hundred acres of No. 1 farming land.known i 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 in formation and terms, see M. H., or W. H. COLLINS.Hart-ford- , Ky. 6-- tf Superintendent Howard visited Generous Provision. "I understand you are going to have Eastvlow school Monday, and reports chickens Instead of a garden this year" it progressing nicely. "I'm going to have u garden, too," declared Mr. Crosslots. "I may not COME TO THE FAIR. get much out of It In vegetables for myself. But I've noticed that a garTho big Ohio county Fair will open den always makes chickens seem a lot Wednesday morning. Tho buildings happier and healthier." huvo been repaired, the track put in excollent order and everything Is In Time. In n costly watch that has been readlnoss for tho big event. Much made for exhibition purposes there Is flno stock and a numbor of high class a wheel thut makes a revolution but entertainments will Interest everyonce In four years, operating a dial body. Tho weather Is Ideal and everythat shows tho years, mouths and body should turn out. and mako this days. nn old time country 'fair, llko they had when our fathers wore boys. . When ou havo Backache the liver or kidneys are sure to be out of goar. Try Sanol, It docs wonders for the A trial llvor, kidneys- - nnd bladdor 50c bottlo will convince you. Got It 46-at tho drug storo yr favors to our patrons, but an order from the government, which has the last say, will make it imperative to discontinue the paper with s the expiration of the time RATHER UK AT HOME. paid for. We hope our patMr. Lon Stevens' son writes father rons will take notice of this of his experience In tho land of forder and pay ud before buttles. Dear Fathor: I ind your leltor their subscription expires. -- 6 . tho other day and was glad to hear FOR SALE. you. I am Having a good time from Ono good farm horse, good slT; here hut would much lather bo nt homo. Llfo over hoio U not llko it gentlo and n bargain at $100. One 3 In tho states. The French aro sure good milk cow,Jorsoy and a bargain tight. Wo have to pay doublo price ot $85. Milst bo sold this week or for everything wo get and then don't next. If Interested act quick, A. B. WEDDING, get It. Well, I am In tho trenches andStf Dundee, Ky. - (xt