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BE CAREFUL WITH Jlfortforft flemtblicim DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 12 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918. , i ho Is separated, for tho support of machine tool dresser, wagoner, and HUN MUST FEEL THE SWORD. YANK BIRDMEN wheelwright. herself and child. J. A. Vincent vs. Ray Vincent, orThere aro 112 main occupations The German cry, through an Austrian trumpet, for peace must not der for sale of land. IN DARING FEATS QUESTIONNAIRES listed with hundreds of Jobs or speA. T. Gardner was given a Judgcial work within each occupation. bo heard by tho Allied nations until tho German home-lan- d has felt tho ment against Francis J. Reltz for fire and sword. Unconditional surrender Is not enough. German Melds $200. Tin: and villages and towns and cities must first feel tho desolating hand of Aviators Swoop Down On Questions Too Complicated DESERTER CAPTURED. fair opened wnr. The Ohio county Without Foe And Deal Out To Answer Wednesday morning. Tho first day Until tho Hun sees at his threshold the shadow of tho might of outAssistance. Death. Pearllo Logsdon, son of Mr. John was about tho usual one, raged nations and hears tho thunder of a victorious enemy blasting at his Logsdon, of Roslne, who deserted but on account of tho cxtremoly cool hearth-stone- s his dream of world conquest will insplro him with hope to from the army several months ago, weather and appearance of rain tho lies untouch- was nrrested by Marshall Lankford, rule the world. Itcstorc his tranquility, while his home-lan- d Tho gucstlonnnlres, which will bo nttendanco yesterday was a bit dls American Headquarters In France, ed by tho destroying hand of war and he, looking out over tho wastes of of Rockport, Wednesday and taken Sept. 17. Magnlflclont work of the limited to tho registrants between tho appointing. nges of 19 nml 21 and 37 ycnrH, nro American aviators under most diffiTho management has provided ade broken Franco and bleeding Belgium nnd starving Russia, will gloat with to Camp Taylor yesterday. Young Logsdon, It is reported, had cult weather conditions must not bo now being Riven enroful study by quate comfort and intertainment for prldo over tho ghnstly wasto his hand has wrought, and madly resolvo that announced that ho would defy arrest, forgotten in telling tho story of tho lawyers and other volunteerti who tho fair crowds and if tho weather of his dominion is only delayed by tho fortunes of wnr. Hut and the Marshall approached him will give nd vlco mid nld, without cost Is favorablo big crowds are expected tho final hour St. Mihiel victory. To them was enLogsdon was working trusted ovory kind of mission which to registrants. Ah soon as telegraphic for today and tomorrow. A number lay wasto his fields, destroy his towns and villages, level his ctties, lift tho with caution. Instructions from Washington arc j of Interesting attractions nro on tho roof from his house nnd batter down its walls, and ho will then know with a railroad floating gang, and tho falls to a flying man's lot, but the received, tho qucstlonnlrcs will ho grounds, and much good stock will there is n power mightier than his, his proud nnd cruel spirit will bo con- Marshall found him working on the task In which they distinguished On tho way themselves most, perhaps, was harassmailed, and the big, outstanding, and bo shown. Eight rncc, or running, quered, nnd he will be ready to sit down, a meek and humble member of track near Rockport. up the Illinois Central yesterday ing tho enemy's withdrawal from tho most urgent messago sent by the horses havo been entered, and tho the family of nations. morning, it is reported, Logsdon deepest part of tho salient. racing will ho tho most Interesting in draft hoards to tho registrants Is broko his hand cuffs, jumped from ilo it at homo!" ycors. A careful study had been made of "Don't recent the moving train and attempted to tho roads by which tho German transAmplifying this messago, lneinlieii-o- f So far few gambling devices are In DESTITUTION OF BELGIUM A PUBLIC APPEAL escape. Tho train was stopped and port must move, and these observalocal boards explain that no ono evidence, nnd wo feel safo In preTO THK MIXISTKHS AXD XORTIIERX FRAXCE the boy captured, after a fight with tions turned out to bo strikingly ac should undertake to fill out the ques- dicting that our pence officials will tho officer. Logsdon comes of an ex- - curate, showing that tho Germans had tionnaire at home, but should go to protect tho public against such anHack of tho German wall that has Hartford, Ky., Sept. IS, 191S. family, but is reported to be Jthought out quite as carefully as tho the courthouse, where lawyers nml tiquated nuissanccs. Dear Brother: You are well cellent hemmed in Uelglum and part of d and Impatient of ro- - 'Americans tho exact snot which would wo feel like asking for the Northern France, ten million human aware that our nation Is making another volunteers will bo In readiness Withal i stralnt. remain open longest. This was the to answer questions and explain tho manngonicnt n liberal patronage, and beings look to us for clothing as well other call for subscriptions to moot gap between Vlgneulles and Thlau-cour- t, questionnaire. think tho public may feel assured of as food. Wo who aro well clothed can tho running expenses of this "world's THE BOY'S CHANCE. with St. Benolt as the center. It Is also announced that only a clean nnd pleasing entertainment. hardly appreciate In what dire need war" that is now raging. You arc mm wives and children over 16, not under It thus happened that the American these people nro for lack of necessi- aware that she is looking to the minIn addition to regular college work airmen found the transport trains ex1C years of age, should come to tho PROGRESS OF THK WAR. ties. Stocks of clothing and raw ma- istry to share in the responsibility. prescribed by the war department, actly whero they expected to find courthouse. In no Instance should a aro long sinco oxhatistcd. There In this regard she has not been disterial child under 1C bo brought. The great battlo started July 15 nro no imports other than thoso tho appointed in other campaigns and in free tuition, subsistance, uniform, and them, and their attempts to enforce pay of $30 per month will be fur- delay were most daring. It will bo well for registrants to en- on tho wester front continues with Commslslon tor relief in Uelglum this her desire will bo more than nished to all young men between tho Used Low "Celling." to fill in questionnaires ns unnbatpd fury. Day by Day the allied has been permitted to make, nnd mot and gladly. deavor ages 18 and 21 in a students' Owing to tho weather conditions rapidly as possible, nnd not attempt troops advance upon territory long these never have been sufficient. Tho Saturday, the 28, the drivo be- Army of Training Corps unit to be es- the "ceiling" to use the airmen's to tako advnntago of tho cntiro seven held by the enemy. The most remark-abl- o world is now short of both clothing gins and as Chairman of the Ministablished at Bowling Green in con technical term was little more than days allowed. Seven days from tho feature of the long battle is that nnd raw material, so tho Commission terial end of this gigantic undertakdate with which tho questionnaire is tho Hun wins upon no single sector. can no longer purchase what Is need- ing and at tho suggestion of those nection with the Western Kentucky a thousand feet high, and the dense Normal school. To be eligible rain occasionally mado everything instamped will bo given for Its return. Great numbers of prisoners and vast ed. Hut you can give it. to whom the wholfi campaign has State to such an army camp, students must visible a few yards away, but not one The questionnaires havo been quantities of supplies fall into the I hereby call on you Kvery household in the land has been entrusted, in form, giving n wider range hands of the victorious army every some sparo clothing, worn or out- to rally all tho forces nt your com- have completed at least thirteen cred- of the select roads was left unattack-e- d. The aviators swooped down infor answers than thoso sent out In day. On certain sectors enemy resis- grown, of little use hero, but desper- mand and publicly and privately call it units In a high school or its equiv "havto the woodland roads, flying only connection with the first draft, but In tance stiffens for a brief time and ately needed for tho destitute thero. tho attention of all your, people to alent by October 1st. Students all essentials tho questionnaire re- again gives way beforo tho force of This extract from a letter of a well- - tho Importance of responding to the ing this educational qualification not forty feet from the ground to make yet 18, can enroll in the Normal sure of their targets. Lorry after superior arms. Tho Hlnilenburg lino main tho same. lady of Brussels shows the con Nation's call now and in tho most school, get military training in addi- lorry was wrecked and wagon teams has been broken and tho strongest ditions exactly. gonerous way possible, by subscribMust Havo Affidavits. college work, torn to pieces by skillfully-droppe- d been "Perhaps you will laugh when you ing for. these bonds to the extent of tion to their regular making any claim positions of tho Germans havo A registrant taken. The Allies aro yet a long way hear that I wear a cloak made from their ability. Sunday, the 29th, has and will receive pay when arriving bombs or machine gun Are. which must bo supported by nn affiEnemy aerial activity has shown is not so my husband's garde civique ovcr-coa- t, been set apart as publicity day and at draft age. davit must procure tho execution of from Herlln, but dlstanco weakoning of a decided slowing up in the past much a factor as the a waist made from his foot-ba- ll all our pastors and Sundny School HYDRA-HEADEtho supporting affidavit by tho porCABBAGE. twenty-fou- r hours, partly because of enemy's arms. All hopo of victo shirt, and a skirt mndo from a dyed superintendents havo been asked to tion or porsons indicated in tho In the minds uedsheet. Mother hnd a suit mado of make public announcement of tho ry has vanished from German the aggressiveness of American filers structions relating to tho particular Rev. W. H. Foreman brought to ms of the tablecloth, J. and M. hnvn Mnnlra fact. If you can possibly do so U is only a play for and partly because all the airdromes series which states tho claim Unless ,anA nou' office Tuesday the most remarkof a,1,e(l arms made of woolen blankets, and S. a make your address on that day an this behind the Gorman lines have been peaC0, Tho BU"er,or,t' ho procures such ffldavlt tho claim able freak In the cabbage kingdom, greatly damaged in the persistent seems now firmly established, tho fl- - ,ires mailo ot i,uriar). But all this is appeal for prompt and generous rewill not bo considered cither by tho that has been brought to our notice. bombardment they have undergone. nal resule is removed from doubt, but only amusing In comparison with the sponse to the call' that will make possupLocal Hoard or tho District Doard. Instead of one head the stalk in bombing opAllied Is not yet, nnd our peoplo wretchedness of tho population. After sible the winning of this war and ports 19 separate and perfectly deHoards have also Issued an addi- tho end must prcpnro for oven greater sacri- nil, we remain calm and confident of that will provide food, clothing and veloped heads, tho whole weighing erations has been a notable contriIn regard to registional caution already made. victory." shelter for our boys who aro "over about four pounds. The small heads bution to the success of the offensive. trants who change their addresses'. fices then they havo A recent Brussels advertisement there" and the assurance that we are are as firm, solid and completely French patrols yesterday engaged In In tho case of a change of nildross, says: "I will give up to 125 francs with them In this great conflict and formed as the normal cabbage head. eleven combats, bringing down one tih: .JAIL. such changes must bo Immediately ($25) for new or worn bedsheets." that we aro ready and are actually They aro not a second growth, but plane and four observation balloons. reported to tho board to which tho If there aro any criminals in Ohio .Thcro is an Immediate need for every doing what we can to help thorn win tho first effort of the stalk to pro- The American pursuit group had six registrant reports. Otherwise, reg- combats, sending down three planes. Deobligingly sort of garment, blankets, sheets and this struggle for a world-wid- e Istrants may render themselves Ha- - I county they havo been MlA duce Its kind. The remarkable cabReconnaissance machines took phofnlintv shoes. nnml .lupin. Mm nnrlnil mocracy. bage was grown in the garden of 'bio to prosecution, through failuro undergoing' repairs. If they wo shall havo your Mr. Clarence Foreman, ot Barretts tographs and directed artillery fire. very wondorful results of tho Trusting that The of tho board to bo able to communi-cat- o Jail was Bombing planes dropped more than and Ferry. will bo patient only a little longer clothing campaign of last March os- - fullest and heartiest with them. eleven tons of bombs on Longuyon, may enjoy tho privilege of being slsted in helping to meet tho assuring you of our readiness and they Is Bulky Document. Dommery and Barroncourt, and two .. In one of the most mod-- 1 mantis, but when wo realize that willingness to help. HOME COMING DAY. ObTho questionnaire, together with ernly equipped prisons in tho state, thero are ten million inhabitants in tons on Conflans and Audun. We aro yours sincerely, tho "Key List ot Occupations" cov- Tho upper room has been completed tho occupied regions, most of whom servers reported the damage at Cong A. D. LITCHFIELD, Ch'm'n. day was obA big ers eighteen pages, tho two last n.i.l Mm dnnnputa linan nn tlin Inwnr imibt lmlr in Mm milofrln wnrlfl fnp Baptist flans was especially heavy. All enemy served at the Fordsvllle pages Doing guen over to mo stingfloor ,8 mu,y for ,nstlimg tho cells. Jprotectlon against tho rigors of win- serCIRCUIT COURT. church Sunday. Many former Fords-vlll- o centers In this section have been ot tho occupations. Tno steel work Jg (ml,y expected, und tor, it Is seen that wo pan not send were guests of honor, iously damaged in the past few days. citizens Tho main occupations aro printed j)t wI requlro only a mtlo tlmo to ,)ut .,, much Aa ,0I)g ns tho wnr ,astSi Tho Ohio Circuit Court convengreat multitude of local people typo then, iu small- - M ,,.. .... ,.r,iP ...l,,,,,- n,n mils nrrlvo.- 'tioI. - im,., nn.1 rvi...ip.. rmnm must, ed Monday morning for a two weeks' and a In black-lette- r ' , , RED CROSS NOTES. -.... was present. Roy Keown, who is an" ..V W... ..V..Q.U... ..1.... . ...Vw cr type, tho most important kinds of The Fiscal court has ordered tho dopond chiefly on America for aid. term. On account of the busy sea- epicure, reports tho dinner, served on Job or special work within each oc- bust of matorial nnd employed tho,To lnsuro the steady supply ot gar-be- st son with tho farmers the pet't jmy, tho ground, tho best ever, and Roy is Practically every soldier and every cupation. Each job or special work workmanship, and repair ex- - meats which aro so much neoded, wo summoned for tho term, ha.l been Boino judge of such matters. A pro- soldlor's family is tiorv within the lias n key number and letter printed penso to tho county Bastllo will bo appeal again to tho genoroslty of tho notified not to appear for servicn. tracted meeting began at the church reach of a helpful and sympathetic after It. In a few Instances thero trifling, for a generation to come. The court hnd an order enrored Sunday night, and Is being conduct- Red Cross Homo Service worker. American public to give and give Is n number only. calling a special term of tho Ohio ed by Rov. Whittington, of Arkansas. Tho welfare of .soldiers' families $3 largoly. A now "occupation" makes Its ap- tho subject of twenty cablegranms Circuit Court to begin Monday. NoI'.OAD TAX ELECTION. pearatico on tho questionnaires, ns and 100 letters to tho national Rod vember IS, and to oontluui) two AVILIi REtJULATE ALL CARNIVAL DIDX'T COME. following tho word, "Artist" in black weeks. Tho Jury excused from sor-viBUILDING IX STATE, Cross headquarters every day. Tho Fiscal court has ordorcd that typo, Is tho word, "Camouflage" in Tho Homo Sorvlco branch of tho at tho present term will be suminn election bo held on tho regular Tho advnnco agent of a carnival parenthesis. moned to appear for tho special torin. Tho War Industries Board at Wash Red Cross activity now has 50,000 county clork Tho occunation. kov numbers and action nay in wove.nuor. on uio coln,,.lnv approached The court and attorneys aro dis- ington has asked the1 Stato Council of men nnd womon serving Home Sorappear In this way. using tho Question of levying a county road tax, nUuikonahiPi Wednesday morning, to posing of much equity business, and Dofenso to pass on all building con vlco committees. letters lnK"l "' inquire about tho matter. of license, In a number of casos litigants are occupation of "urtlst" ns an exam-,"- 1 . The call for Red Cross nurses Is .nll..H.i ..i.ttall. in HBiHrtMliv ' struction contemplated In Kentucky .DUoimr nuuu .if jnuiiunj. AilnnHtlnn.Mr. D ankonshli. ncnualnt jilo: agreeing to walvo n Jury and submit during tho mar. Under tho proposed very great, and hero lies tho opporment of tho election will nppear In 0ll ,ho advertising man with tho re- ARTIST (Camouflngo) this paper' later. Toll your neighbor cont Oxiorlenco of another carnival their cases for a hoarlng by tho court plan, any person or firm desiring to tunity for women to display their Landscape artist T. H. Black, A. B. Tlchenor nnd build will first mnko application for patriotism. . tho road tax election Is coming, and horo ho decided to pitch his tents in Moving plcturo sceno builder. C2-Tho Red Cross is doing mercy work glvo lilui time to think it over, wnut- - ... creonor fi0,lig. Mr. niankonslili) Leslie Combs havo been appointed a permit to tho county council. Tho C2-- p Plaster, clay moldor peoplo may decide to t0,d lho carnlvai mnn that ohlo coun- - jury commissioners 1o fill tho Jury county council will make an Investi- on a scnlo never dreamed of in tho ovor action tho Scono-patntc jtnko, tho question Is well worth u tv ,,., nf.nls who hnd consclontlnus wheel from which tho naiues for thu gation nnd obtain all the facts, which world before, and stingy Is the hand 62-Eventually Ponvifitinns nlaout their dutv to nro. panols for grand and petit juries will bo submitted to tho state council. that will not lend it a helping lift. careful consideration, If you" havo a boy in Fanco help for tho next regular term will bo If tho stato council approves the Omits Xcvtfcpiiper Man. Ohio county will tako u forward tect tno ,)ubUc aganst Bi Bamos building as planiiod, it will mnko its tho Red Cross, for it Is helping him. But although accountants, artists, movement In road building, and tlmo ,, chancoiess Balnea 0f chanco. and drawn. Bottle Brown was awarded a Judg- recommendation to tho War Inarchitects and band musicians aro devoted to a study of tho question tno caruIval aBont 8aI(l ho wouid BOck NO MONEY FOR TEACHERS. ment ugalnst Ohio county, on a claim dustries Board, and this body will listed, neither authors nor editors will not bo tlmo lost. n plnce whero tho law was winked at. growing out of tho loss of property newspupor writers appear In nny havo the final say. On tho othor hand nor An institution that can not exist In curing for small-po- x So far tho Stanley admlnstration patients last If tho stato council disapproves the THE HIC STEER. classification, and will havo to fill in without gambling has no place in a winter. application, tho applicant will bo no- has mado no provision tor paying the respectlvo jobs aftor question 5, their g decent community. This incldont adds Intorest-bearlnTho following cases woro dismiss tified caso will not ho re- - teacher's salary. Tho largest steer in tho world was on pago 3, of tho questionnaire or olso another merit mark to. the record of ed settled: Carl M Taylor vs. G.jforrcd and tho War Industries Board. warrants wore issued out of which It to the uccopt tho classification of "laborer." on private exhibition at tho Kentucky our pcaco officials. was hoped tho monoy could bo m Kane, E. R. Bonnott vs. Charles Dog trainers and pigeon fanciers State Fair last wook. It was n Hol-stosqueezed, but it was lator discovered CLUB AND KNUA". Wado, Jacob Woller vs. G. M. Balloy, and weighed 3,515, and was and cooks aro listed in tho occupa(IETK LEU BROICE.V. that no dato of payment was provided John Coleman vs. A. P. Kelley, Ettlo ono Inch high. It was tho six feet nnd tions given, as aro accountants, Marian Ralph and Herbert Grif- for in tho warrants and tho plan Ashby vs. L. P. Ashby. mechanics, authors, and con- property of n stock farm near Cleve J. N. Nail and R. II. Barnes had fith, two youths of tho Fordsvllla went awry. We aro not advised Just land, Ohio. It was live years old and J John Soaton, of near Askln, got his fectioners. and whut final arrangoinonts will bo mado were arrested Following tho word "Blacksmith" has a beef vuluo of ?&'J&, but lor ox leg broken In an unusual accident, a not recolved notlco not to nppear ns community, d jurors, appeared for sorvlco, were brought beforo Esquire Rico's court, to meet tho difficulty. Next year, occupation, hlbltlou purposes Its owner has been fow days ago. Mr. Beaton was which appears as a main $4,000 for It. This steer is the lug u hill with a traction onglno, and recognized, allowed ono day's pay charged with a broach of tho peace. when tho election for state officers nro tho following Jobs under tho ono But being under sevontcon years old, will bo on, wo guarantoo tho teacher's Anglo smith, drop largost brute of Its spoclcs ovor when tho brakes failed to hold ho and discharged. classification: wheel to proFllmoro Gossett was given judg their cases woro transferred to tho money will bo ready for each monthly heater, forging ma- known in tho world. It welghod 149, throw a rail under a forgor, forgo-sho- p for Juvonllo court her. In the warrants payment und that the per capita will chine oporntor, gonerul blacksmith, pounds when dropped. Its mother .vent tho onglno going Into a ditch, ment against J. E. Armstrong Grlfllth alleges that Ralph assaulted be the largest In tho state's history. - wolghed 2,700 pounds. Along with nnd the engine throw tho roll against $C00. hammersmith, horseshoor, locomoLonlo Crowder was ordered to pay him with knux and Ralph charges Predictions aro sometimes of doubtship and boat, spring maker and itlio big steer was a calf three months his leg with such force tho limb was tivo, ' ful value, but wo aro sure ot thla ono. $20 a month to bis wife, from whom Grllllth used u club. brokeu. Utter, tool dressor, tractor truckman, old that weighed only 18 pounds. fair. self-wille- nm-plltl- ed to-d- o D ! homo-comin- -.- -- co "" .... " b, .,.,, m C2-s- Stnff-work- st in air-pia- cllmb-offoro- J SOLD RUSSIA TO U. S. Has Proof That Lcnine And Trotzky in Hun Pay. formed their "Comrades" that the German Government had required tho return of the order of the Gorman Imperial Hank depositing r.O.OOO.OOO gold rubles In n Stock holm bank for Lenluo and Trotzky, and that at the same time tho accounts of the bank had been "audited" to conceal the payments. STATE APPLAUDS BRUNER S tho ticket. This, of course, will not bo adjourned for tho Liberty loan cam- - STAND"i Good For Biliousness. "Two years ago I suffered from frequent attacks of stomach troublo and given to a telephone con- Seeing Chamberlain's biliousness. Ity Hip Colonel. vcrsation is a mark of respect Tablets advertised I concluded to try regard to politics SECRET PAPERS FOUND them. I improved rapidly." Miss pie of Kentucky generally are tho peo- npprovwill be appreciated. in Emma Vcrbrykc, Lima, Ohio. Ing the plan of "adjourning politics during tho campaign for the Liberty " Peace Treaty Arranged By TIIK "LITTLKS" OK T1IK KlttiNCH. loan In Kentucky, and the Republiinterruptions and recans nro greatly gratified that their Berlin; Story of Intrigue "In Rhelms last winter," says Dana champion and candidate for United quests to repeat mar the pleasure of Burnet, in the Saturday Evening Unfounded. mates senator, ur, ucn i,. uruner, Post, as I was walking through the will give his time to this fourth loan talk. on what is bestreet that Teutonic Kulturc had re- as he has given it to every other gov I saw ing said talk with a smile. Washington, Sept. 14. Proofs re- duced to a mero jagged scar, eminent work during tho war when moving any doubts that Lcnine and posted to the wall of a gutted house caned upon to uo so. ur. uruner nas Courtesy is like oil machinery Trotzky, tho Bolshevik leaders, are a poster advertising the current made moro than four hundred speeches In Kentucky this year for paid German agents It indeed any French war Loan. " 'What!' I exclaimed to the officer lack of it will cause friction and war activities. doubts remain are lafd before the accomplned me. 'Do you expect world today by tho United States Gov- who For this reason, If for no other, the talking is a friction in Rhelms?' ernment of an amazing series of offi- to get money out ofpeople out of an stand of Democratic newspapers that unfortunate." "Four thousand Dr. Bruner should bo defeated becial documents disclosed through tho to be avoided. After Stanley' Scalp. antebellum population of say 120,-00- 0, cause he is in politics aligned with Committee on public Information. still lived in that tragic and cru- tho party In opposition to Hint of a met, too, mat Secured in Russia by American " is undoubtedly civilians, agents, these documents not only cified town. Four thousand When you Telephone Smile which the President Is the head, has many Beckham supporters want to still disgusted many liberal-minde- d Dcm- - Bet rid of Stanley as a factor In state show, how tho German Government, old men, women and children onco through its imperial bank paid its clung to the broken shells that still' ocrats as well as Republicans, cspec- - politics. Electing him to tho Senate peaceful lives, gold to Lcnine, Trotzky and thelr'lm-medla- te had housed their ally when one recalls the record of would be a poor way to bring that associates to betray Kussla went clacking In their wooden shoes the Republican candidate since tho about. With his peculiar methods of streets; still main- war broke out, which is in every par- - getting Into tho limelight and staying into deserting her allies, but give about those ruined comAND proofs, if any be necessary, tained the shreds of a disrupted added tlcular as loyal to the war policies of there tho Governor would probably plans merce with tho soldiers who were the President as that of his opponent, niake things unpleasant for his that Germany had perfected her Incorporated pat-1- c their only customers. Being French A. O. Stanley. It is a Democrat- - i leagues. How they could arrange for a war of world conquest long money to invest! Not policy In Kentucky, when that par- - ronago matters alone, between such the assassinations at Sarcvejo, people they had W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. continuous ty which, as tho world now Is convinced, even tho thunders of desires to dovoto tho attention of i divergent elements has been support-th- e pretext. bombardment, not even tho crumbIssues, to ,ed them In the past, would be a poser conveniently furnished her people from actual over their heads, for President Wilson. While Those documents further show that ling of tho roofs raise tho cry of "Support tho Presl-jeve- n relievo the sufferings of hunger that of in the last; Stanley men warn the lleckham fel- - WILSON TAKES world war was four could shake them out of the habit the before dent." They even did this are in store for tho Russian people only intensified that niunlclnal election In Louisville, but lows tliat blarney s ueteat mis year months old, and more than two years thrift. War had during the coming winter, and that United States was drawn material virtue as the destruction of failed to fool the people then. No ono means that he will "come back" next before the HAND IN STRIKE by next spring tho wlinlo peasantry had intensiinto it, Germany already was setting their beloved cathedral took the victory of the Republicans year stronger than ever, the consenwould turn willingly to the allies for plans to "mobilize destruc- fied their spiritual faith. In Louisville and Jefferson County sus of opinion seems to be that If ho afoot her release from tho German rule, pro"They lived, they saved; they sub- as a defeat for the President or even Is defeated by Dr. Bruner In Novemtive agents and observers" to cause vided Siberia were under tho control to the loan." Starts Federal of tho allied army and revealed a conexplosions, strikes and outrages in scribed for his party, but as a good licking ber as now seems probablo he will bo President And he tells of one woman who had for tho men who followed under tho "done for" In Kentucky politics. this country and planned the employdition of order nnd was without faMachinery To Compel Tax Law Is Unpopular. ment of "anarchists and escaped stayed In Rhelms during its hundred name of Democrncy certain political mine and pestilence. Men To Work. bombardments and had subscribed to methods In primaries and elections criminals" for the purpose. mm There Is another factor which will every war loan. Sho said: no longer regarded as the figuro In tho election and which has Almost ranking in their sensaDiarrhoea In Children. yet a that arc "Not much, monsieur, but proper, or oven the safe thing, to do been mentioned by some of tho Demotional nature with tho notorious to do In Kentucky. Zlmmormann note proposing war by little. We French have learned Washington. Sept. 13. Presiwhich warned For diarrhoea In children ono year cratic newspapers Mexico and Japan upon tho United with our littles." The Republican press of Hie state against the nomination of tho gov- dent Wilson took the war labor situ- old or older you will find nothing betgenerally tho past week has expressed ernor by the state committee, States, which was first given to the nnd ation In hand personally today and ter than Chamberlain's Colic uid When you have an achey, stretchy its Indignation that the very Demoworld through the Associated Press, that Is the unpopularity of the new applied to "lawless and fnlthlcsg cm- - Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a you are dull, tired and cratic papers which called on the state taxation law nmong the farmers ployes" force in keeping with drastic' dose of castor oil. It should bo kept these documents lay bare a new feeling and sign of approachof Prussian Intrigue, a new discouraged it is a Democratic State Committee to have of the state. Rightly or wrongly they ncasurcs which ho disclosed hnd been at uanu ami given as soon as mo ursi strata You should view of the workings' of Kultur to ing malaria or chills. the nomination for senator made by are said to bo against It and, as Is nduptod with his approval In dealing unnatural looseness of the bowels n'p- disrupt tho Allies, standing between act quickly to ward off an attack. a primary or convention could find no well known, officials who change the with recalcitrant employers. ni ll cars. you the help you need. the world and Kalserism. They dis- Herbine offers better reason for advocating the elec- taxing systom generally get the axo Striking machinists and othor wnr It destroys the malarial germ.drlves tion of Governor Stanley as senator close a new story of human treachery at the hands of tho outraged tax- plant workmen at Bridgeport, Conn., SPANISH "KJ.l"' you IS KOI Nil IV U.S. for gold. which might almost well be out all impurities and makes than that he would "support tho payer. It will do no good for the wore informed la a letter addressed vigorous and cheerful. described without sacrilege as placing feel bright, friends of the new taxation law to directly to thoni by the President that Drug President." By Ohio County its perpetrators on a pedestal with Price 60c. Sold point out that it brings Into light they must return to their work and Democrats In Gumshoe Drhc. Washington, Sept. 13. Surgeon 1 ni Judas and his thirty pieces of silver. Co. The acceptance by Chairman John many items of property not hereto- abide by the decision of the Wnr La- General Blue of tho public health) The Intrigue appears to have been P. Haswell, of tho Republican Cam- fore listed for taxation; tho fact will bor Board, or be barred for a year service, has made a telegraphic sur AltMV CAMP NEWSPAPERS. carried down to the last detail of paign Committee, of the suggestion remain that .Mr. Farmer Is going to from all employment over which tho vey to determine tho oxtent of Span- arrangement with typical German that politics be adjourned untill after pay more taxes than ho has hereto- government exercises control, and Isli Influenza in the United Stutes. system. It will bo revealed complete- A New Detclopiiient In Army Welfare the close of the Liberty loan cam- fore paid and when you shoot tho loo all claims for draft exemption General Illuo lias found there wns a Work. ly in a series of seven articles furlike a on occupational grounds. sharp outbreak at Fort Morgan, near paign means that the campalgln for farmer In tho pocketbook, nished by tho Committee on Public At the snmo time tho President an- Mobile, Alu., in August, and nt about the United States senatorshlp and for great many other people, you wound Information for publication each (Copyright. 10 IS, by General Wel- congressmen nounced Hint the plant and business the same time a tramp steamer arwill not begin until him In a tender spot. morning, beginning today, until the m fare League.) of the Smith & Wesson Company, rived at Newport Nows with almost October 20, leaving about two weeks , In connection with the numerous series is complete. of Springfield, Mass.. the first em- tho entire crow prostrated. PhilaSOLDIERS SWIM TO for the speaking part of tho camarmy training camps throughout this paign. That, it is believed, will work Arranged By Huns. virrouv ox sommk. ployer to "flaunt" the rules of the delphia reported a few cases somo Not only do tho disclosures prove cauntry, and in France, quite a num- for tho benefit of the Republicans. So war labor board, approved by Presi- four weeks ago, nnd a fow havo been that Lelne, Trotzky and their band ber of newspapers have recently been many Democrats In all parts of the Paris, Sept. IS. Lieut. Cecil Hea-l- dential proclamltlou, had been com- reported in New York. Tho Boston are paid Gorman agents. They show established, which are proving to be state have declared that they will not a widely known Australian swim- manded by tho War Department to bo outbreak was reported Soptomberll, that the Bolshevik revolution which a very important factor in building vote for Governor Stanley for senator mer was killed by u bullet on tho operated for tho period of war. since when tho epidemic has appear threw Russia Into such orgy of mur-d- up our great army. The best known that it Is said tho Democratic Cam- Somnio battlefield September 1, acIn effect, tho President gavo notice ed at Now London, while New Orleans and excesses as tho world seldom of these newspapers is perhaps the paign Committee has adopted a gum- - cording- to Le Journal. Tho lieuten- to both employes and employers that has not wholly escaped. has seen, actually was arranged by Stars and Stripes, which Is published shoo campaign policy that Is, they ant led a party of GOO swimmers no labor controversies will bo per"Tho disease is characterized by They In France the Camp Dodger, of tho German General staff. intend to send Into tho most disaffect- across tho Somme, enveloped tho ene- mitted to stand In the way of tho sudden onset," sufd Dr. Blue today, In GerCamp Dodge, Iowa, being a close sec ed Democratic districts home of their my positions and captured Mont St. production of materials needed for a statement to tho Associated Press. .show- how the paid agents of many betrayed Russia at the Brest-Lltov- ond for popularity and Influence. winning tho war. Tho great majority "People aro stricken on tho streets. n In tho state, Quenttn, the key to Pennine. best men, When tho idea of establishing to havo personal talks with tho moro "peace" canference; how Lieut. Ntigessor, tho French nvla- - of both employers nnd workmen are while ut work In factories, ship yards, heartily with tho gov- offices or elsewhcro. First there is a, German staff officers secretly have camp newspapers was first suggested. prominent of tho disaffected with a tor, has scored his focty-fourt- h official been recleved by tho Bolshovlkl as It Is said that sonie of tho higher offi view of bringing them Into lino for aerial victory. ernment With the board comman- chill, then fovor with tomporturo the Idea, military advisers; how they have cers of the army pooh-pooe- d deering powers granted by Congress, from 101 to 10:i, backacho.headacho, acted as spies upon tho embassies of stating that tho army had always got the largo measure of control exercis- reddening and running of tho dyesj tho nations with which Russia was ten nloug well enough without any ed over all plants doing war work, the pains and aches nil over tho body, and operations' of tho federal employment general prostration. Persons so ntH allied or at peace, how they effectual- such newspapers and that there was ly have directed tho Uolshevik for- no moro need for them In tho present service and tho far reaching work or tacked hhould go to their homes all eign, domestic and economic policy army than In the old ono. Since that fight order of tho provost marshal once, get to bed without delay, and wholly In tho interest of Germany time, howover, moro than fifty camp general, tho President Is prepared to immediately call a physician. see that the few inclined to stand and the shame and dogredation of newspapers havo come into existence. "Treatment under tho directing ol In a fow camps thero are two comRussia. aloof do not Interfcro with tho output tho physician is simple, but Impor-- j camouflaging is an tlllcry wears his smock of green, Declaring that They show how a picked German peting publications and there are of tho Industrial uriny. taut, consisting principally of rest III .j,nt ti. HrltiKl. Tommy will yellow ami blue and need do no moro mm commander was detailed to "defend" only two big army camps In the ,.,i bed, fresh air, abundant food, wltlil than remain porfoctly motionless Putrograd against tho Gorman army country whero there Is not at least never shine at It, a writer In n recent Surgeons agreo that In cases of Dover's powder for rollef of pain. up, 'Hun over!' when the alarm goes and an extent of German intrigue and one such Journal. These now publica- Issuo of ono of tho London weeklies "liven the French transport driver Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds, Kvery case with fovor should bo re almost beyond tho realm tions are almost all weeklies and domination to tho has his roll of camouflage netting or the first treatment is most Important. garded as serious, and kept in bed ntl shortcoming range in hlze from eight to sixteen attributes this nor-- 1 of Imagination. wlro or string of straw whlch.whon When an offlcient antiseptic is im- least until temperatiro becomes' Originals of documents, photo- pages. They nro not mere fads gotten toinperument of tho English soldiers. wagon Is halted, ho unrolls and plied promptly, thoro Is uo danger of mal. Convalescence requires careful! "Ho will not tako It seriously," his graphs of originals and typewritten out for tho nmusoment of tho soldiers spreads over tho ton, as If his batter Infection nnd tho wound boglns to management to avoid sorlous complipaint-pcirculars, some of thoni marked "very but, in most cases, are well conducted sayH tho wrltor. "Give him a For use on man or cations, such us bronchial pneumon as ed old shay wero as precious as the .heal ut once. and tell him to 'camolllargo' tecrot" or "private" and many of organs and havo already accomplishbeast, Borozono Is tho ideal antlsop- - ia, which not Infrequently may havo cou)pIcIous tout or blL'L'est min thorn bearing tho annotations of tho ed a great deal for tho benefit of tho ho calls it a too applies his tic and healing agent. Buy It now fatal termination. During tho present "Tho pollu always Since many of these- papors wagon, and he will bo apt to regard Uolshevik leaders, themselves? bomo soldiers. camouflage scientifically. One morn- and bo ready for un emergency. Prlco outbreak In foreign countries tho to are subscribed for by tho soldier's it either as an Insult or a Joko. of them .containing references by salts of quinine and aspirin havo ' "On tho othor hand, In the French ing you may seo him cutting scattered 25c, 50c, $1.00 unil $1.50. Sold Trotzky" or "Comrado relatives at homo, thoy nlso servo the "Comrade m most generally been used during tho lay- Ohio County Drug Co. and thero always find patches In un Lenine," comprise tho damning re- purpose of "keeping the home folks pollu you generally If not nritto attack, tho aspirin apparently lino of ing down platforms of boards. As fast in clofco range with tho everyday life an adept In this particular cord. KOIt RUSSIA with much success In tho relict of modem warfare. Camouflage appeals as theso are completed, thoy nro GERMAN RULER Soino of tho originals It Is shown, of their boldler boys. symptoms," camouflaged with netting, matched to Theso camp nowspapers played a uliko to his artistic instinct and his mm although deposited In tho secret surrounding verdure. Keoley. former owner of tho tho greou of tho James archives of tho Uolshovlkl, wero re- vory important part in boosting tho senso of adventure. oiti)i:iti:i) .m.ki: chahci) "Never was the difference greator Tho Bocho, hawking high overhead, Chicago Horuld, returning recently quired to 1)0 returned lator to repre- 'sale of liberty bonds into many milVOn ALL TKLKPHOXK MOVKSl inThey also nlded greatly In con- In this respect between French and us tiny as a midge sees all as it was, from Europe, whero ho has been sentatives of tho Gorman Generul lions. ivcstlgatlug conditions undor tho on ono occasion seemingly, and pusses on. Stuff In Putrograd that thoy might bo nection with tho military insuranco Anglo Saxon than Washington, Sept. 11. Telephone "Then ono morning, after u week i auspices of tho Conimltteo'on Public campaign, tho effectiveness of such during u certain 'push'. A French didestroyed. Hut evidence of them : had arrived to prolong tho perhaps, you reullzo what tho game Information, declared that the starva- - companies wore directed hv Post-in tho fabric of roguery and work being Indicated by tho fact, as vision to In master (Jcneral Burleson today ithits been. During the night lorry-loa- Hon, misery and disorganization duly sottled Into tho vacancies they fit perfectly reported by tho war department, that British lino, and hud of shells havo been smuggled up Russia would lead aerinuny soon to uiako a flat chnrgo of $3 for moving camps and horsoll-nos- s Tho Uolshevik leaders thomso'ves In I nearly every soldier in tho borvlcu is self In molting Its landscupo and stacked on tho platforms, and tho attempt tho installation of a German a subscrlbor's telephone set frouti Into tho surrounding Insured for from five to ten thousand ono locution to another within Hu camouflugo netting again artfully ar- picked monarch In that country. dollars. This military press is also with wonderful cunning. brlgado ranged over all. ii lmii lienn Informed that tho uamo premises. The ordor amend British ovorseas We buy old FALSE TEETH Important In connection with tho o "Then aupon to help in digging tho "Tho Britisher probably would "Kaiser had already selected his candl - regulations made August 28, ndoi work of tho cantonments and has was called Wo pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per it ar- havo strewn tho shells with u fow dato, nnd, with tho aid of tho Russian j which tho charge was to bo base sot (broken or not). Wo also pay boon very useful In providing n means Frenui not with green branches, which in a couple of church parties, which havo been com - upon actual cost uiifortu-uat- o rived, thousands strong, actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, for tho adjustment of certain days would'wlthor to a rusty brown. nletelv antagonized by tho llolsho- Venditions such us tho practlco, belltonts merely, but with brand-neSend at Silver and Bridge-worover think of ro vlkl, would find no difficulty in put- of dazzling whltness, And uo ouo would onco by parcel post and recelvo cash formerly followed by merchants In marqueo-tent- s pro'iluclng a verltablo 'flowor show" uowing them. The dump had been ting tho plan into .execution , FOR FLETCHER'S by return mall. MAHll'S TOOTH the vicinity of camps, of systematicalKooloy predicted, howover, that no camouflaged in accordance with or soldiers for goods In the midst of tho landscape. KPKCIALTV, Dopt X, 2007 So, Cth ly overcharging Gonnau inudo Czur would bo ablo to "Tho Freuch gutiuer of heavy ar- - dors, and well, that's thut." 1U12 purchased by thoui. &., Philadelphia, Pu. O. P. Nominee's Patriosm Winning Friends Among Democrats. pnlgn' ,mt w,n R0 on from lh'8 t,mo tho Meanwhile It Is becoming Incrcns- ingly evident that In Northern Kentucky the Governor will bo unmcrcl-G- . fully slaughtered In November, it Is also apparent as the "provinces" are heard froin, tho countlos in which Senator Beckham has been strongest, that gentleman will not bo able to tako with him Into tho Stanley camp tho followers who havo fought tho Governor thr.it three stnto who hllV0 1)ccn paRn!, , brandod , tIl0S0 1)rImarlcs n8 0VCry- thing a politician could Invent In tho way of invective and ridicule and who havo stood like a stono wall against tho Interests In politics which have n,wnys )ccn l01 up ,,,,,,, tho G()V. ernor. It issald that In all parts of n League tho state, too, the peoplo will not hesitate to follow tho ,en, of Dr Nornmn A, ,,aImor( hcai, of that organization, who snld in an Interview with a Lexington paper tho past week that tho selection of tho Governor by tho committee as n was, "to say tho least, most Give Courteous Attentiori When Telephoning Concentration and courteous attention that Frequent ,,,,, cam-Witho- ut Anti-saloo- the Concentrate and to telephone the can-dlda- to thing CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY col-Go- v. be-fo- ro J t 00 y, er sk well-know- WHERE THE POILU EXCELS THE 'TOMMY' ,! ot - oat-fiel- d, to ed I ! ds wol-far- , k. Children Ory CASTORA COST OF LIVING UP 50 YEARS . PER CENT IN 4 Report Shows Food Prices Increse 50 Per Cent And Clothing 77. 50 to or per cent In (ho cost of living for tho family of tho nvcrngo wngo-enrnIn tho United States during tho period from tho outbreak of thu war In July, 191 1, u to tho middle of Juno, 191S, 1b Indicated In a report on "Wartlnio Changes In tho Cost of Living" Issued today liy the National Conference Industrial llonrd The Increases for tho different JteniH were: Per cent. 62 Food Kent in Clothing 77 45 Fuul and light CO .Sundries Averages Increase, (depending on apportionment of these respective Items 50 to 55 in tho family budget) In combining thu percentages of Increase for tho respective Items, In order to determine tho nvcrnRo for tho budget ns a whole, food was taken as constituting 4.1 per cent of tho total family expenditure, rent IS per cent, clothing 13 per cent fuel nnd light C per cent, and sundries 20 per cent. Applying the board's percentages of Increaso for tho respective Items to this distribution of tho budget, the average Increase is t2 por cent Tho dlstrldutlon of budget Items Just given Is an average based on cost of living studies made by several Vnlted States Government bureaus nnd other agencies, covering In all 12,000 families. Tho report cites records of tho Vnlted States llureau of Labor Statistics, which show an average increase In retail prices of fifteen lendmiding articles of food between summer of 1914 and June, 19 IS, of about 62 per cent. Alt articles of food show a consince siderable increase in price 1914. Exceptional advances wero recorded In prices of flour, lard and corn meal. In Philadelphia, tho increaso In tho cost of food between 1914 nnd the end of 1917 was 54.41 per cent;55.28 por cent In New York; in Jacksonville, Kla , 57.32 per cent; and in NtAv Orleans, 50. S3 por cent. A frequent fcaturo of tho replies received during tho Inquiry was that further Increases In rent during the coming fall wero to bo expected. Information secured from retail stores in cities well distributed throughout tho country indicates increases in prices of tho most common articles of wearing apparel Tanging from 5.05 per cent for women's dollar blouses up to 101 per cent for men's overalls. The report places tho average rlso In the total clothing budget, slnco 1914, at 77 per cent. This Increaso with nn increaso of 51.33 por cent between 1914 and 1917 for families in tho shipbuilding district of Philadelphia and an increaso of 54.21 per cent among similar fnmllles In tho shipbuilding district in Now York. In Price securod from localities frequently showed different advances of 20 per cent to 40 per cent up to Juno 19 IS, for ton lots of anthracite, and moro marked increases in tho cost of bituminous coal, which Is extensively used for domestic purposes In somo sections of tho country. Now York Times. 'v coal-dealers HoMton, Auk. 27. An Increase of er ' cannot reach the scat of the disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, rreatly Influenced by constitutional conditions, and In order to cure It you must tako an Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Mcdl-cftl- o Is taken Internally and acts thru tho blood on the mucous surfaces of tho system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with somo of tho best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of tho Ingredients In Hall's Catarrli Ileal-rln- o Is what produces such wonderful results In catarrhal conditions. Bend for ' testimonials, free. J. CIIENKY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All DrUBKlsts, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. OF TRANS- POSSIBILITIES AlltCltAI T With LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, Catarrh Cannot Be Cured aa they t ATI-ANTI- League.) Nino years ago ut Fort Meyor, Va. Just across tho Potomac River from our nutlonal capital tho writer witnessed tho first public light of a ulrplnno that tho world being over seon, tho' machlno had driven by Wilbur Wright, one of tho inun-currylii- R (Copyright, 1918, by Goneral Wel-far- o now world-famo- brothor-lnventor- s. That first llttlo piano was crudo nnd imperfect und would now, as compared with present day aircraft, bo fit only for tho musoum or tho Junk pllo; however, tho ovont murked tho now era. opening of a wonderful Vitur to that first flight a few porsons In different parts of tho world had had visions of our modern nlrplnnes, but tho world's billions looked upon such persons aa Idle dreamers nnd, If work-of-llglaws tho present-da- y been lu force, theso jiml then ht so-ca- ll would doubtless have MEN TO IIE been arrested ns vngrnnts nnd thrown RAILWAY Into Jail or drafted Into tho army. IN DEFERRED CLASS During tho first flvo years nfter tho orlRlnnl night, airplane progress was slow nnd unsatisfactory hut, slnco tho groat war Blurted, development has Directors Given gono forwnrd by leaps nnd bounds, Regional and accomplishments have boon so Orders By Director groat that now nothing surprises us. General. Recently, In Now York city nnd In certain other parts of tho country airplanes, singly nnd In groups of Sept. 13 Regional Washjngton, from two to twenty, havo becomo such a familiar sight that they aro 'illrnrtfira nf tlin Tlnllrrmrl Atlmlnat m- hardly noticed at all, nnd tho world tlon wero Instructed today to clnlm reads with only passing Interest of deferred draft classification for railaccomplishments road Rcnoral officers, shopmen, trainsuch epoch-makin- g ns the successful establishment of men, skilled yardmen, road and mainnuw ncropostal lines hero and In Eu- tenance of way foremnn nnd skilled workers, telephone and tolegrnph rope, tho recent C21 mllo non-sto- p and other essential employes. lllght of n largo group of Italian Asldo from employes named on tho Alps to Vienna and planes ncross tho back, nnd tho many other wonderful list sent to tho regional directors, tho achievements of aviators throughout Admlnstrntlon said deferred classifitho world. It Is not difficult then for cation should bo obtained for others to beliovo oven tho recent astounding clearly necessary, tho Federal manannouncements that soon lingo air- agers using tho greatest care and displanes, each carrying 100 or moro cretion In doing so. Those on the LKt. passonRcrs, will bo darting back nnd Following aro those on tho list: forth ncross tho Atlantic with such General officers, master mechanics, speed that It will be posstblo to cat breakfast in Now York today and roundhouse nnd shop foreman, machinists, blacksmiths, boilcrmakcrs, dinner In London tomorrow. pipefitters, tin and coppersmiths, Herblno Is tho mcdlclno that cures electricians, freight car and passenger biliousness, malarin and constipa- car repair men nnd Inspectors, helption. Tho first doso makes you feel ers and apprentices of tho foregoing, better, a few additional doses cures chemists, locomotive Inspectors, gang completely. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio leaders, superintendents and assistsuperintendents, trainmasters m ant County Drug Co. and assistant trainmasters, train dis m patchers and directors, yardmnstcrs DAXVILLE REPORT O.N SAM IIEDIORD UNFOUNDED. and assistants, road foremen of engines and assistants, traveling engin locomotive was eers, firemen inspectors, Lexington, Ky., Sept. 13. It announced In Lexington tonight that engineers and inotormen, locomotive the report from Danville concerning firemen and helpers, conductors and hrakcme'n and flagmen, train bag Sam Hcdford was unfounded. Ky., Sept. 13. Phillip M. gagemen and express mesengers, yard Danville, Foley, a merchant hero, said today foremen and helpers, hostlers, engine that ho saw Samuel W. Bedford, of house men, telegraphers and tele-- ! Owonsboro, Loulsvlllo nnd Lexington, phono block operators, telegraph who has been missing since February clerks, maintenance of way engin IS, 1915, In his store hero ono day eers, supervisors, construction fore last week. Foley recollected tho fact men, bridge building and water ser today when talking to a represcntn-tiv- o vice foremen, iiriugo minding ami company ship and wharf carpenters, signal of tho Quaker Oats from Loulsvlllo, for which Arm Bed- maintenance men nnd telegraph and ford used to travel. Foley said that telephone maintainors. Will Exercise Discretion. he had forgotten nil about tho fact "As to employes not in tho foregothat Hcdford had been missing for so long and that thousands of dollnrs ing list," said the Admlnstration's Inhad been offered for his recovery un- structions, "the Federal managers til tho traveling man mentioned It. should exorcise the greatest care and "Why 1 snw Sam Bedford In this discretion to aid In obtaining deferred store last week," said Foley. "I classification for those clearly neces shook hands with him nnd we talked sary, while refraining from taxing for som minutes. He sold Roods to I this step in other enses. Where a givmo for years. I don't remember just en position can bo reasonably filled now what ho camo In for, but I re- by" promotion or by tho employment call asking hi in whnt he was doing, of nn outsider, male or female, no effort to secure deferred classiflca-- l and ho either said ho was soiling accessories, tion should be made. Tho mere quesor automobile tion of Inconvenience of Increased exI forget which. posltlvo It was Bedford, for pense Is not sufficient for regarding "I am ho had dlstlncitlvo features which ono an employe ns .necessary. But where, could not easily forget. One of my on account of tho character of the clerks said ho recalled Bedford's face, work or the complete lack of availabut could not remember his name. bility of another to do tho work, tho necess-ary.th- e When I mentioned it ho wns posltlvo existing incumbent Is really Federal managers should tako this was tho man who sold us that all practical steps to secure deferred goods for years." Mr. Foley said he did not mako classification. "Tho railroad under Government further Inquiry or Indeavor to ascerindustrial tain whether Bedford had stopped at control is nn essential agency. Its neccssnry imployes should any hotel Qr left town. Samuel Bedford, who was nn in- bo given deforred classification. It is desired that the Federal managers surance ngent at the tlmo of his and an officer In tho Cen- give this matter their personal atten tral Christian church, left money in tho bank and did not owo a penny when ho dropped out of sight. Searching parties have traced him to tho vicinity of High Bridge and searched thoro, but never found his body, although his Masonic watch charm was discovered In tho leaves In front of somo caves along tho Kentucky river New York, Sept. 10. American shore. His fnmlly removed to Union girls havo decided they aro entirely City, Tcnn. Rewards wero offered by willing to dovoto themselves wholehis church lodge and friends. heartedly to help win tho war. They In administering n sound beating will wear ovoralls, perform work in to Henry Ford in the primaries, tho tho fields, In munition shops, as Republicans of Michigan gave their chauffeurs, taxi drivers, conductor-otte- s, hearty and unqualified indorsement Liberty bond sellers, canteen to the adjournment of ono kind of workers, or anything else useful. bo hoped, politics, a fact that, it Is to comfort, time, They will sacrlfico will not bo overlooked In Washing- pretty dresses, candy, accustomed ton. Now York Sun. foods, social pleusures. They are good sports. BREATHITT (JAMK But thoro is ono thing they are not WARDEN AMBUSHED willing to sacrifice. Many a llttlo pretty foot has stamped it's owner's Whlck, Ky., Sopt. 14. Elijah chagrin when sho read or heard that Roberts, 47, living near hero.was shot swarms of American soldlors have and instantly killed this morning by surrendered to tho chnrm of brlght-oye- d unidentified persons. Mr. Roburts had Fronch girls and visited tho been away on business, being deputy chaplains, accompanied by tho eyes statu gamo warden. As ho was walk- and their owners. Tho Amorlcnn girl ing from tho depot to his homo, half Is not willing to have marriageable a mllo away, six shots wero fired at young Amorlcun men succumb to him in rapid succession, and flvo bul- Fronch girls or any othor girls exlets took effect. Tho asslsslns wore cept thoso right horo in America. hidden in bushes thirty yards away. Environment Ton Strong. Roborst was slain within 300 yards of "Something should bo done to put wus taken from his homo, his watch his pocket before his sou reached the n stop to our boys marrying hastily scene. Recently Roberts had cap- abroad," said a dainty Now York girl tured und dlstroyed several moon- today. "Our girls horo nro doing their shine stills, btsides picking up many bit with nil tho patriotic spirit tho violators of tho fish and gamo law. boys are showlng.yet environment is solHo had avowed enemies, but bore tho proving to strong for lots of the dlors, who marry pretty French girls fear-let- s, reputation of being absolutely and never shirked his duties after the briefest acquaintance. "I havn't n thing to say against tho oven in the faco of danger. French girls. They aro full of charm Rod, Cross Homo Service is handl- and they certainly know how to ing cases between this country und 'mako eyes' at a fine big American England at tho rato of two hundred soldier who looks ns If ho could not only make tho Kaiser vybh he never per week. ed visionaries rs i tion to mnko sure that deferred classification Is properly clnlnicd for employes that nro necessary, and also thnt no such claim Is made whero It can bo rcnsonnbly avoided, since tho making of unnecessary claims Is both unfair to the Government In Its work of crontlng the neccssnry military and naval forces and Injuries to the Railroad Admlnstrntlon in Its ef- Six Year Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But How fort to secure deferred classification She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For for employes who nro really neces- CALLED HER FAMILY TO I sary." HERE'S HOW YOU CAX SAVE FUEL. Her Recovery. Royse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary the better. That was six years ago of this place, says; "After the and I am still hero and nm a well, birth of my llttlo girl... my sldo conv strong woman, nnd I owo my Hfo to I had only taken half the menccd to hurt me. I had to go back Cardul. tottl? when I began to feci better. to bed. Wo called tho doctor. Ho The misery In my sldo got less... I treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardul got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken three bottles and I was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well three months nnd suffered such agony and never felt better In ray llfo..". I have Dever had any troublo from that that I was JuEt drawn up In a knot... day to this." I told my husband If he would get Do you suffer from headache, back me a bqttlo of Cardul I would try It. . . ache, pains In sides, or other discom I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo. me... for I knew I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a many days unless I had a change for trial. j. 71 Kil-mn? . i Philadelphia, Sept. 14. Various ways to save coal and still keep warm nro pointed out by tho general committee of the anthracite coal operators In n series of suggestions given out hero on crmscrvntlon of the fuel during the coming winter months. Briefly, they nrc: Start furnace and kitchen range fires ns late as possible. Forget the first few cool fall days. Raise window curtulns during tho dny to admit sunlight, for that is free heat. Dispense with awnings, ns they shut out tho sun. Weatherstrip nil doors and windows and put asbestos around all furnnces, boilers nnd cellar pipes used for heating purposes. Reduce the home tempeturo to G7 degrees. Do not wait until tho mercury shows 75 degrees before closing drafts. By this tlmo that extra amount of coal will have been consumed nnd waited, according to all economic rules. Bedrooms, where windows nre opened for tho night or otherwise, should be shut off from heat. Use blankets and feel better In the morning. Wear heavier clothing. This materially saves body heat. Thoroly clean soot from pipes and boilers and do not mind doing a little work In the cellar seeing that window panes aro tight and' wcatherstrlpped liko the other parts of the house. Burn oil, wood, coke and bituminous when possible. Use gass for cooking and heating. Gas lighting at night aids in heating tho home, stores and buildings where used. Use heavy drapery on doors and windows for Interior homo decoration. This aids in husbanding interior heat supply. Possibly Mr. Ford's greatest weakness as a candidate for the Senato is tho support of Mr. Hearst. Detroit News. .No, It Is Mr. Ford's own weakness as a statesman and Billy Bryan's support. Cedur Spring (Mich.) Clipper. mm PASTOR INDUCES CAPTAIN TO DO ALL HIS CUSSING Seattle, Sept. 14. "What do you say when a piece of steel falls on your thumb?" Rev. Frank S. Belstel, pastor of tho Holy Trinity Church, of this city, who Is a shipynrd worker six days a. week, was asked. "I call Capt. N. G. Taylor," said tho minister. "Ho says tho things supposed to bo said for me." Taylor admitted ho had entered Into such an arrangement with the minister. "I'll do the cursing for him If he wants mo to." said Taylor. French "Eyes" Playing Havoc With U. S. Soldiers at Front had been born but also as If he could take good care of a llttlo wife. No, one can hardly blame the French girls for "picking the very best husbands tho world has to offer. "But Just where do American girls come in? They nro waiting at home, doing their bit, as I said, and expecting that after tho world has been nindo safe they will have homes of their own to enjoy their safety In. But If our boys marry forolgn girls It will leavo us desolate. Getting; Serious. "This subject furnishes ground for many quips for humorous writers, 1 know. But Its serious side Is a lot bigger than Its humorous side. It ronlly Is a tragedy In Itsolf. Probably thousands of Amorlcau girls, who in normal circumstances would have inado happy wives and mothers, will bo forced to become old maids Just because a lonely American soldier nnd a pair of bright eyes wore thrown togethor in France. "I don't know Just what remedy could bo applied. Perhaps a remedy is Impossoblo und the American girls aro doomed to suffer just us thousands and thousands of Fronch girls and women wore doomor widowed to suffer hood by the war. "Wo hear a lot of preachment against hasty marriages contracted boforo our boys go overseas. Maybe as u wholo. But they uro there is u serious question as to whether the risk in such murriugo3 is not loss than the risk of leaving our boys to marry foreign girls thru sheer lonellnoss." TELLS HOW RED CROSS forces, inspiring tho allied peoples SAVED LIVES IX PINCH. with unconquerable courage. "Twenty-two million Americans aro memFloyd Gibsons, war correspondent bers of this organization," was tho of the Chicago trlbuno, who was last Christmas message that went to wounded three times in tho battlo of the people of France, Italy and othor Chateau Thierry, ono of the injuries countries which aro experiencing tho resulting in tho loss of his left eye, horrors of autocracy's mad ambition. pays this tribute to tho American Red Imagine tho added inspiration carriCross in tho lecture he Is now dellv-In- g ed by tho news that approximately to tho American people: fifty million Americans had contribut"If It wore not for tho efficiency of ed to tho second Red Cross war fund! the Red Cross I doubt if I would be Think of tho still moro glorious mesalive today. On being carried to a hos sage that wo can send at the appital that had been established In nn proaching Christmas time! old church some distance behind tho (Red Let's mako it unanimous! linen I heard the surgeons grouped Cross Bulletin.) about me carrying on an animated conversation. One of the doctors who Itcllcf Submits to No Obstacle. had been examining my hurts reRed Crosi headquarters at tho quested that some preparation be vlllego of Heppner, Oregon, weto dehanded to him immediately. The stroyed recently by fire which loi't others told him the supply of tho ar- twenty-thre- e families without homes. ticle he desired had been exhausted. The fact that the'Ir offices and reIn a little whllo I realized they want- cords and all the finished naferial ed the serum which Is of their war relief work wero destroyused to head off infection caused by ed did not prevent tho mombers of particles of earth entering the tho Heppner Red Cross Chapter from wounds. This danger of Infection is taking charge of the relief work for one of tho greatest the surgeons over the town. The Civilian Relief com0 there have to combat. As they dis- mittee helped to raise n fund of cussed my case an attendant entered io? relief purpose? and distributthe room and said tho Red Cross man ed It. had arrived with another supply of serum. It probably saved my life and Spirit. The the lives of about fifteen other paThe Red Cross spirit which marktients who had Just been brought in." ed the 4th of July In many countries this year, took firm hold on an The American Red Cross In American contingent in far away France, has given assistance to Nagasaki, Japan. The Russian Rail2,223 families within a period of way Service Corps, who were sent to four months. Russia to assist in straightening out transportation conditions there, and Tons of Steel For Splints. wero later transferred to Nagasaki, Acting on tho advices from tho decided to take up a collection for the commissioner for France, the Red Red Cross instead of having a celeCross war council has authorized the bration on their nation's birthday. purchase and shipment of 87 tons of Checks and drafts amounting to rolled round steel for making splints. $376.10, representing tho contribuThis supply is ndditional to a quan- tion of members of the corps, havo tity previously requested, tho Increaso Just reached Washington headquarbeing caused by an elaboration of tho ters of tho Red Cross, through S. M. splint program of the commission for Felton Director General of Military France. The appropriation for the Railways, to whom they were origadditional quantity amounted to inally transmitted. m I9.G27. PRISONERS IX CAGES. Tho Christmas Roll Cull. Amsterdam, Sept. 16 About 25 The first Christmas following the entry of tho United States Into the British prisoners aro confined much world war was made memorablo by like birds in' a cage with scarcely the American Red Cross member room to move about near the flying ship drive. The season which, through sheds at Evors, a suburb of Brussels, the centuries, has been most closely for tho purposo of protecting' tho linked with tho ideals of humanity, hangers against the aerial attacks, of those many according to the Libre Belgique. Tho saw tho enrollment millions who today constitute not on- Item which Is reprinted in the Tele-graa- f, says that some of tho British ly a homo army behind tho American Army, but tho army behind all the prisoners havo linen bandages around armies of tho cvlillzed earth that are tholr heads, showing that they had fighting for the preservation of hu- not recovered from wounds. Tho story adds that a similar number of man freedom. anniversa- Belgian prisoners are. filling the same A second ry Is a proballty for frightfulness rolo at tho DIest flying camps. which Is tho awful modern reincarna tion of tho vandalism that ushered In DEBS SEXTEXCED TO 10 YEARS; 'HAS XO KEGRETS' tho medieval age still is rampant and must bo stnyed for all tlmo. In Clevoland, O., Sept. 14. "f havo tho months since tho last memberEugene V. ship drive the Red Cross spirit has no regrets," declared as Dobs, four times candldatn for tho spread until it is as Presidency on tho Socialist ticket, natrlosm. Tho second In Amorlea will nfford opportunity for after ho had been sontenced toduy by every person In tho country, who for Judgo Westhaven to ton years Imprisany reason has failed to enroll, to be- onment for making disloyal uttercomo an uctlvo membor of tho organ ances. Hull was fixed at $10,000 upon tho ization. Last time n mark of ten million express condition , exacted by Judgo was set. Moro than doublo that num Westhaven, that Debs will observe ber responded.Thls time thoro is no the law whllo at liberty and will not limit. Tho Idea Is to glvo the national leavo the court's Jurisdiction withIt Is out permission. Fifty days wns allow spirit national embodiment. known well enough that every loyal ed for his lawyor to file a bill of ex American feels tho thing for which ceptions. tho Red Cross Is symbolic. Tho remaining lmportunt thing to .do is to put that feeling into action. The books will be open for that purposo For Infants and Children the week before Christmas. The American Red Cross has gono In Use For Over Years with the American nrmy Into count--J? Always bears ,,- ' ries that aro suffering the physical I tho A&f&TZ&L' war, relieving distress Signature toituras of fighting and, with tho American anti-tetan$2,-40AVorld-EncircllNe-ve- rs, CASTORlA 30 SSfc -- ' The Harlford When tho newspaper reador elects to give credit, as ho some times docs, X for tbo paper that has brought him J .. .!.,. nf nniv'tlio weekly history of his county, ho i .. Vtihllohcd Weekly by' Again no petit Ju- - gives it to tho men in tho front office, nAinrom) piuxTixd company some equity cases. for service. Some lint the force ,ln tho back office are In- y wns ummonod Incorporated IS ..uu.... mo iiu--- i i W. S. TINSLEV, ,nmi..p9 nf tho bar petitioned on ac- credit Is due. Only whoro faithful C. E. SMITH, Judgo not to summon n Jury by President nml Intelligence is display count of the farmers being busy. ness tho mechanical force is tho papi'r tho third tlmo Kdltor This Is, wo bolicvc, JOHN HEXIlY THOMAS and If tho jury given form and nppearanco thnt Is Editor n.ia lms linnnoiicd. pleasing to tho reader. If this news-nanW. S. TINSLEV, Associatetrials arc longer deferred tho docket Is lntltled to any credit wo Business Mnnascr. niul of tho court will bo burdened with hearing. When tno want to shnro It with our mechanical cases for futuro only represents tho Entered according to lawas at mail November term is called the farmers force. The paper not rostonico, Hartford, Ky., killing hogs, and at tbo a weeks initor in ino composing will bo busy appearance matter of tbo second class. tnrph tnnn they will bo sowing oavj room, but its form and plant beds, and then at aro duo wholly to tho tasto and intel burning to and May g will bo on ligence of tho Foreman and his assistAddress all communications term the wizard man only known ant. Mr. Rnmoy Duke, who has been Tho Hartford Republican. hand, and tho many years foreman of this office, when wo will havo another jury term for is an artist lit his trade, nnd. for six court. of circuit NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. days a week gives tho best that is In Subscribers desiring tho paper sent appearance of tho give tho old Tho Democratic pres3 had little him to make tho to a new address must request. on the result of Republican a credit alike to tbo back address in making tho Notices 10c comment to mako Miss Qustino Mills, Business Locals and Mm Mnlno election. Maine Is the sin nnd front offices. per line, and 5c per lino for addition- gle state that holds its congressional a bright and industrious country girl, al Insertion. the who entered our employo only n few Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards election prior to November, and goes weeks nco. is already entitled to ho money In ad- saying is an old ono that "As of Thanks, Gc por lino, linotype operator, and t vance. Maine so goes tho country." This classed as a Church Notices for services free, year Maine elected two senators and her present work presages an efficienbut other advertisements, 5c por lino. rmir ronresentatlvcs in congress. All cy of which both herself nnd tho man Anonymous communications will proud. If you like aro Republicans, and tho majorities agement will feel receive no attention. the form and mnko up, the neat and wero above 15,000, the largest majorities given in tho Pine nlcasing appearance of tho Republi TELEPHONES. sharo of the credit to 1 2jl Cumberland Tree state for many years. The Demo can, glvo a fair composing room. "U Farmers Mutunl crats of Maine made the campaign on tho force In the tho cry of "stand by tho President" It is true this Is a day of progress, stand by tho SEPTEMBER 20 Maine Republicans will FRIDAY of new things. A day of discounting President as the Commander In Chief of former ages nnd the of tho national army, but they felt the wisdom generations. experience of other Mr. REPUBLICAN TICKET. under no obligations to stand by and Tbero is a sudden awakening to the as a Democratic official, Wilson startling fact that tho world has been frankly told the country so. .1 wrong, ami .. nniln 1.11, flirt nillMtmlll t uui mu .luiiumuo surprised when of a new theory to set Is right. There We were pleasantly discovery that picking up the Corbin Times a few Is Just now a sudden pleasing face of the world's progress has been stupid days ago, to see tho by not conferring the "Uncle Bill" Schooler on the editorial ly hindered wo had cf Undo richt of suffrage on women. Perhaps page. The last trace women had been sooner given Bill he was on the Twin Cities, Idaho, If tho This store is making its formal showing of new Autuhm Merchandise, and most Kentuckians, the right to vote this cruel war migiuTimes, but like evaded. Indeed those wo- J each day add to the completeness. Uncle Bill came back. Uncle Bill Is have been country who had the prl- one of the most interesting charac- men In this This season's efforts have brought fourth the most comprehensive assortvllege to vote did vote for Wilson to j J inters In Kentucky journalism. His ment than was ever our pleasure to present. o solemnly a- dividuality is his capital stock, and he keep us out ol . war. ., - , , .. i Everybody looks for and expects to find the best selection, the latest novu ino uuciuru-tion- s Is capitalized for billions. Although sen our conviction were submitted to a vote of war elties, exclusive and distinctive things at this store, and this season, more younger than tho writer, who thinks For United States Senator of the women there would bo no more than all previous ones, will prove that the confidence of its patrons has been himself Just a boy, Mr. Schooler mother-hear- ts DEN. L. BRUNER. himself be known in the news wars. In the softness of otheir lets wisely placed. for their and thelr'mothor-lovFor Congress paper world as "Uncle Bill', and they would discount tho fato of P. HASWELL, JR. JOHN where ever Uncle Bill is there is a sons, pence. Goo newspaper, and the natives set up nations for the boon of For Appellate Judge holy instinct! Who does MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. and take notice. Wo missed him from bless that News and heartily not the more honor them for it? But the Somerset Kentucky and the masculine mind knows that auOhio county has no disloyalty, but welcome him back to thority rests upon tho foundation the Corbin Times. too much indifference. stones of force, and that hard and county Republican com- bitter as are the demands of war, it The Ohio The big Fourth Liberty Loan Bond bo faced with stern mittee will meet' here tomorrow. The must sometimes sale starts September 28. county should re resolution. In the hum in race, as in Republicans of the herds of he hills or the beasts In th? Politics should be adjourned in the member that we have a candidate jungles, the masculine, which must county whose election to Second Appellate court district until from the defend In the hour of danger, jnust the third term precedent is firmly the Appellate court would honor prepare the lines of such defense. 5 party and tho county. It is both the and forever smashed. fair to Mr. Heavrin that the largest A RELIEF. Republicans at After cleaning out tho St. Mihlel nossible number of "You must enjoy hearing your plani mont Jingo, Saturday night. Mack Cole, of Dun- in salient the American soldiers began tend this meeting and assist a record prima dona sing?" BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. near number of tho young folks from jeo. of Mr. A ning a campaign to give him singing "Where do we go from here?" "1 do," replied the improseario. (By I. D. Claire.) exhero attended the baptising at Mr. Messrs. J. E. Hendrlx nnd R. L. The Hun can't resist a spirit like that. vote in November. The district "You don't know what a re'ief 11 is on Tom Wallace's Sunday nfternoon. pects Ohio county to give its candiVance havo purchased valuable to have her get out and throv those Tho school at this placo is pro- mares from Mr. Jnmes God- Comin' home from a four days' Our transport ships are returning date a big vote and it is the duty of high notes around to tho an Hence, 0f Olnton empty. Why not load them with Ger- each of us to help see that it is not instead of yelling at me aKuil her tarry In Louisville, my tongue dry gresslng nicely under tho inannge-sey- t as dust, my eyes feeling like tncy man prisoners and bring them over disappointed. Come to this meeting salary." Washington Star. was full of pepper and havln' n slow here to operate our mines and .factor- and urge your neighbor to come with Hngerln' headache, stringln' Beads is you. Many Democrats will vote for ies and farms. COAIi FOR SALE. n heap like work. Mr. Heavrin in protest against the The election of Bruner means one third term candidacy of Judgo Settle, Having leased the old Mercer coal John Barnes ast me In Louisville more vote in the United States senate and we must arrange to poll our full mines, near Render, I will now be was Tinsloy, for national prohibition. The election vote In November. public with Monday mornln' where prepared to furnish the nnd I ast him how in the milky way of Stanley means but everybody coal at all times. ho expected mo to know when there Icnorant alike of the charge and knows where Stanley stands. G. W. HOHIMER, was more'n 400 saloons in town. the proof upon which Eugene Debs 104tp Hartford, Ky., Route 2. A brilliant and unbroken series of was convicted and sent to piison in HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. successes of Killed arms must not a trial growing out of the espionage on tho draft board. If Wish I ASSESSMENT NOTICE. I was ever was I saw a married man lose us to the fact of the possibility act, wo venture the prediction that time of a long drawn out war, and tho as a result of his dignified hearing hangin' aroun' after tho girls they'd necessity for keeping ready for great- under trial, and patient attitude atti-I, or one of my deputies, havo to mako room for ono moro at er sacrifices than wo have yet been conviction, that thu most popular Camp Old Zacharlah Taylor. called upon to make. period of Deb's Ufa is before him. will be at the following namWith so many of tho boys in Debs admitted that the evidence ed places on the dates menThe Democratic Campaign com- against him was true, the tilal fair France and so many girls over hero mittee Is getting out n poster with tho and the verdict justified by tho law. tioned for the purpose of it looks like Uncle Sam orter mako President's picture in the middle and but calmly said ho had expressed an listing all property not al- a heap of money sellin postage Beckham's on one side and Stanley's honest conviction and was ready to stamps. on tho other. A more expressive post- accept tho consequences. Disloyalty ready listed: er could be made by placing u whisky must not be tolerated In tlmo of wa, Herbert, Monday, SeptemAfter a lot of fathers havo trained barrel on the dome of the national and yet punishment by government ber 23. their boys up to mako good bar tencapital, havo Stanley standing on tho of honest, however misguided, opinlook fair for tho governDeanfteld, Tuesday, Sep ders ittodon't them out of a Job. captial steps with a fat distiller on ion Is always a venture tho end of ment throw one sldo and a sleek brewer on tho which may not bo foreseen. There tember 24. ojher, and a few dozen beer kegs Is nlwuys tho risk, us in Dobs' case, all not Ralph, Wednesday, Sep- to It is past so bad after don'tfor a man scattered over the back ground. havo to fifty. Ho he tho accused playing tho martyr and of tember 25. work tho road, walk tho floor with touching tho popular sympathy. Kentucky editors wero much In Magan, Thursday, Sep- the baby nor listen to tho thundor evidence about the Seelbach Hotel, in of Hun artillery. The sincerity of tho dry people of Louisville Monday, the occasion being Kentucky is on trlnl. Dr. Ben L. tember 26. tho launching of the Fourth Llborty g If us newspaper follors wns not dry man. Dry by Bartlett, Friday, Septem is a Loan advertising campaign. A num-d- Bruner a hundred nnd four per cent patriots precept and dry by example. Threo Released by the Committee on Public Information, ber 27. of them gave attention to tho wo would start n report that cabbage yours ago when, tho distillers and Geo. Creel, Chairman. speakers who outlined tho plans for Echols, for South Rock- - snakos was klllln n lot of peoplo, so In Ken advertising the loan and all of them browers wore still powerful Taken by U. S. Signal Corps and Navy Photographforced the nom- port, Friday, September 20. ns wo could buy our cabbago enjoyed the elaborate dinner served tucky politics, and champion, Mr. Stan ers French General Staff. in tho Auditorium, In tho evening. A ination of their Rockport, for North nroso was dis- ley, for Governor, Dr. Brunor hearty spirit of cooperation Monday, September 23. Do you get up at night? Sanol is tho Republican stato played by the editors present, and the on the floor of auroly tho best for all kidney or bladat Lexington and offered Rockport, for North meeting withal was u very success-fu- ll convention der troubles. Sanol gives relief innation-wid- e prohibia resolution for and blad24 one. 24. .).. hours form all backachepunrnntned Tuesday,September i.tiina Cnnnl 4a n tion. 'For many years Dr. Bruner was remedy. 50c Olaton, Friday, Septem-- 1 ,lin lriif stnrn. and ?1.00 a bottle r at The Louisville Times and Courlor n teacher in a young mens' bible 46-yclass in Louisville, and performed Journal, despairing of hope of offerall ber 20. ing any real argument for tho elec- that pious duty until practically COXCORI). Dundee, Thursday, Seption of Stanley, started tho cry that of his cluss was called Into military Stanley's liquor re- tember 26. tho election of Dr. Bruner would bo service recently. Rqv. M. J. Snoll preached hero hailed with rejoicing in Berlin, thus cord is too woll known for mention. Sunnydale, Friday, Sep- Saturday and Rev. W. J. Miller of tho two candiindicting tho patriotism of a quarter With this record preached Saturday night and SunKentucky this tember 27. of a million Kentucky Republicans. dates tho election in day. stato Over night tho cry wus hushed. From year will determine whether tho Sulphur Springs, Farmers are vory busy cutting toFrom btands for or against tho abolition of Night: 7:9. Mattinee: 2-- 4. whence did tho order come? bacco and corn. September 28. Washington? Wo know not from tho liquor trade. Tho result of tho and Mr. and Mrs. Horbort Burton Children 30c ; Adults 50c : war tax included. over tho D. E. WARD, whence It came but wo do know that election will bo heralded alt son, Kenneth, visited Mrs. Burton's Kontucklqns . it came from somowhere, and that tho country as the verdict of Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hendrlx, blunder will not bo repeated. Verily, on the liquor traffic. Republican Mr. lllngbam is making an unfortun ate start in journalism. t t BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS! Scc.-Trc- or corn-plantin- The Latest Autumn Styles For Ladies. rsv ui-uu- Delightfully New Models in Coats, Suits and Skirts. t t O t ! ; : : t Prices on L,adies Suits $15.00 to $35.00 CARSON & COMPANY Hartford, Kentucky. t : j ; Per-che- t i Star Theatre! ft 1 September )U PERSHING'S Following the Flag to France. Monday, CRUSADERS life-lon- cr See What Our Boys Are Doing in France. The Truth About the War. Uncle Sam's Answer to the Lies of the Hun. j Special Notice! board sent Tho local exemption Porter Barnes, of Boavor Dam, to Lexington yesterday, for mechanical training for military service. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT IN THE MOVING PICTURE BUSINESS. f. The ladies of Ohio County are hereby summoned to appear before us in the next ten days to see our splendid showing in Millinery, Coats, Coat Suits, Silks, Woolens, Waists, Shoes, Hosiery, etc. This notice does not compel you to make a purchase, but is merely given that we may show you this splendid line of merchandise. Our trade in our Department has been phenominal. Others are buying; why not you? Spend your money with your home merchant, and save your extra dollars to invest in War Saving Stamps and iberty Bonds. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with Ready-to-Wear a house that saves you money. 2&i&Go, The Hartford Republican SKI'TKMIIKIt 20 KltlDAY., A good five room house In Hartford, close to depot, for sale cheap. 12U See J. B. TAPPAN. S. H. Combs sold his farm. If the II. & E. n. R. TIME TABLE. Liberty neighborhood, to W. J. Wall If., for ?G,000. louth Bound, No. 115 m. 8:05 a. Due at Hartford The Daviess County Fair will be Worth Bound, No. 114 September 24, 25, E p. m. hold at Owensboro, 6.4 Due at Hartford 2C, 27, and 28. (Both "Mixed" Tralm.) Personal News j H. Foremnn Kov. and Mrs. W. visited relatives at Barretts Ferry the first of the week. and Social Events. $ Mrs. John B. Wilson went too Beaver Dam last weok and organized Association. a parent-Teacher Brof. Hoy Foreman and family and MrsX Allio Graham, spent Saturday Mr. Bird Wallace, of Dundee, wq3 night qnd Sunday in Owensboro. In town Monday. Mr. John Bagsdalo, of Dundee, , in iowji luviuuji for sale at this have an accumulation of wa8jray and are ready to glvo bargains. them i I BL'X Judgo John Uov. B. Wilson was Louisville Monday. Attorney C. E. Commonwealths in Smith attended the burial of Mrs. T. J. Everly at West Point, Wednesday. v Frank Burden is conducting a Misses Fern and Nellio Lawlace, of protracted meeting at Taylor Mines Owensboro, visited their aunt. Mm. Bell Frymlre, at Horse Branch, last Mr. Louis Fulkorson and familv, week. of Equality, havo moved to Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Isom Well.), of L. L. Embry was Whltcsvllle, arrived hero yesterdnv Kopresentatlvo hero yesterday taking in the Fair. to visit their daughter, Mrs. J F Bruuor Kastman plies, at 12t4 Kodaks, films and sup- J. n. TAPI'AN'S. Mr. and Mrs. John C. IUloy attended tho Stato Fair in Louisville las' i week. Mr. Llgo Jones, of Fordsville, received a message Tuesday that his son, Leslie, had been severely wounded in France. Rev. Walter Grecp has accepted tho pastorate of tho Christian church . Mr. J, A. Cnldwoll, a progressive hero. Services will be held Sunday farmer of Ghoahen, filled his silo this morning and evening. week.. Itev. Otto Whittlngton, of Little Attornoy Armistead Jones, of Nel- Rock, Arkansas, is conducting a proson, attended circuit court bore this tracted meeting at tho Fordxville Baptist church this week. week. MIps Wllllo Smith, who Is doing Poprorn and peanuts soil hlghor on clerical work with tho Red Cross, rnllroad trnlim thnn any other placo Sho In the known world, with ono excephas arrived safely In Franco. reached a French port Scptotnbor 12. tion. We are not saying Just whero thnt placo in, but A. Rlnl could buy Eyes tested, glnsxcn nnd frames his stock from tho R. R. Butch nnd carefully adjusted. You loso If you then c'lonn up an hundred per cent fall to get our prices first. on his Investment. J. It, TAPPAN. Jnwoler and Optician. 12tl There was n darn good whistle on tho M. H. & E. for n few days this After attending tho bond sales week. It Hounded Uko n real whistle, finds meeting In Loulsvlllo Monday, t Ed- behind which ono ordlnnrly itor Coombs, of tho Hartford Herald, trains. Stop Sosh, tho Section Forewent to Moyflcld, Ky to look after mnn, says ho guesses they borrowed ' it off'en the main lino somewhere Homo business matters. Just to blow during Fair weok. Mrs. J. II. Tnppan was In Louls John Henry and that other John vlllo last week tho guest of her cous in, Mrs. Isard, and attended the whoso latter nnmo Is Wilson, attendFair. Mrs. Tappan was accompanied ed the. convention of tho Liberty Loan by Mrs. George Brunton, of Beaver Organization in Louisville, Monday and wero very lato In showing up at Dam. meetings whero strict business was On account of having been away tho order of tho day. Tho last sesto convene from tho offlco four days during tho sion was announced C bells. Wo had an week tho Republican docs not carry promptly at its usual volume of local news this agreement with the two Johns to meet weok. Wo shall try to do better at n certain tlmo and place. We failed to find them according to appointhereafter. ment, so we Just naturally thought Judge G. T. Phelps, of Morgan- - to saunter up to the tenth floor of tho town, is attending tho Fair. Judge Seelbach, where tho DINNER was to Phelps Is showing a flno threo years bo served, and, low and behold there old filly In the saddle and harness stood tho two aforementioned Jno's., ring. His filly took second money backed up against the two walls at right angles with the great doors that Wednesday. barred their entrance to the placo of cats. (On time for once.) Hugos and Elwood Wallace, who have been visiting their grand-mothe- r, Having been unavoidably, up tolMrs. S. T Barnctt, returned to erably late for two nights, and out at their home at Central City, Wednes- 3 A. M. Monday in order to catch a day. They wero accompanied home by train for Louisville, we "kinder" felt Mrs. Barnett. like we needed some sort of refreshment or Invigorating fluid or someMrs. E. A. White, Mr. and Mrs. thing of the sort, so wo Just dropt In l Walker Myrtle, Mr. and Mrs. hou-- to a swell looking place where most Whlto and Mrs. J. S. Bean, of Horse everything (excepting tho great, big Branch, were among the Ohio county glass mirror and bottles and brass visitors at tho Stato Fair In Lo.tls-vlll- o railing) was of rich mahogony or old last week. cherry appearnnce.expccting to buy ourselves something to revivify, to Moore, of the throw off that tired feeling and as Ensign William America'! Marine service who was we mediated over our purchase and recently wounded when his ship was enjoyed In advanco tho wholesome off tho Irish coast. Is dally effect, we noted a nice looking person expected homo for a visit with his all dressed up in white aprons and mother, Mrs. E. P. Moore. diamonds, waiting on a distinguished looking gent and as we followed the Mr. W. G. Bennett and sister, Mrs. movement of tho shapely white hand Martha Ward, went to Barretts Ferry of the Keep, to tho cash register, we Wednesday to visit their neicc, Mrs. saw a little red light flash at two- Amanda Barrett. Their sister, Mrs. bits, then the white aproned and diaJames Smith, of Grayson county, will mond bedecked Tender turned and also visit Mrs. Barrett this week. axed us what we'd have, we Just said "nothing, thank you sir wo wus only Mrs Leona Wilson, wife of Mr. lookin' for John Henry," and as he Barney Wilson, died at her home at told us ho hadn't seen John Henry Horse Branch last weok. Her remains for morcn 10 minutes, wo meekly wero burled in tho McCord burying turned, with the quarter firmly and ground, near old Salem church. She fondly pressed 'twixt our thumb and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John- - two nearest digits, nnd quietly sneaklo Wilson, of Falrvlew. ed thru a latticed door that opens either way. . Wo shall appreciate the prlvi!cga of printing letters from soldiers ir. Dl'KEIIUHST. foreign countries, when such letters are descriptivo or narrative of matRev. W. J. Miller preached at Conters of public Interest. Letters cord Snturday night and Sunday, fillwholly of a domestic or personal na- ing tho appointment of Pastor Snell, ture are not of grave Interest to the who was unavoidably absent; public. Mr. Bennlo and Edgar Shown, of Taffy, spent Snturday night and SunMrs. J. T. Everly died nt her home day with their uncle, Mr. G. B. Hlck-e- y near Pt. Pleasant Tuesday nnd her and family. remains wero buried at tho West Mr. M. H. Comb's Is erecting a Point burlng ground Wednesday. bap. Mr. J. W.. Carter Is Funeral services by Rev. John building an addition to his tobacco Bennett. Mrs. Everly was about sixty barn. years old and leaves a husband and Mr. J. D. Miller, who lived Just threo children. across the river from hero, has sold his farm to Mr. Darrel Sullenger. S. T. Burns & Son's tobacco ware Mr. L. H. Combs and son visited house, being erected here, will be a relatives hero Saturday and Sunday. notnble addition to Hartford's busi- Mr. Combs has sold his farm, near ness houses. Tho house is 48X12S Beaver Dem, and will probably move feet, and is seven tires high. Tho to Mississippi. frame work Is now completed and the building will bo ready for operation JUST TO MOTHEIl. with tho oponlng of tho sales season. "Somowhero In Frnnce." Miss Elizabeth Moore has resigned JuBt a lino to let Doar Mother: her position of teacher of Domestic you know I am well. Will tell you Sclonce, in the Hartford High school where I am. Guess you would like and will accept tho Secretaryship of to know. I am In the front lino tho local branch of tho Civilian Ro-li- trenches. Don't worry a mlnuto about Committee. Miss Mary Laura nio. 1 don't think there Is much danPondleton will fill tho vacancy In tho ger. The Germans don't like us very school faculty, caused by tho resigna- much nnd they stay as far as posslblo tion of Miss Moore. from us. Received your and Pearl's letter Hometlmo ago and was glad to Mrs. It. E. Haynes and daughter, hear from you. I guess you think mo Miss Beatrice, will move to Owensbo- real good about answering. Toll Pearl ro the last of this week. After taking not to fault mo for not writing, for I her vacation Miss Beatrice will re- don't wrlto to my girl oftenor than turn here to complete some work for onco a month. Wo don't need watches Associa- here. Wo keep up with the time by tho Amorlcan tion, and the first of October will hoarlng tho striking of tho Germans' begin serVlco as book-keepfor tho clock. I must close. Toll everybody Your Son, Hollo! for mo. At C. A. at Owensboro. T : IDEAL THE ATRE BEAVER DAM, Announces That On Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 23 and 24 At 8 :30 P. M., and a Matinee at 2 :30 P. M., Tuesday, Sept. 24th, they will present 6 Pershing's Crusaders" FIRST OFFICIAL U. S. WAR FILM. ft This is no fictitious love story, but eveiy picture and word upon the screen will be absolutely time and authentic, prepared by UNCLE SAM for you. He wants eveiy man, woman and child in the United States to see this picture. He wants you to see where the money you invest in Liberty Bonds and in War Savings Stamps goes. He wants you to see where the food you save goes. He wants you to see the wonderful progress he has made in preparedness in the last year. He wants you to see perhaps your own boy on the march or in the firing line. He wants you to see the Huns captured by our American fighters on the Western front. See how the boys of our new National Army live in camp and trench. To see our boys "over here" and "over there." In fact, to see America in the war. We have tried to select an opportune time for the good people of Ohio county when the weather would be pleasant, the roads goods, so that all, old and young, might avail themselves of this great treat. None Can Afford to Miss! AH Can Afford to Come! Admission Monday 2:30 25 cts. 35 cts. Tuesday 2:30 P. M. War Tax Included. and 8:30 P. M. "Pershing's Crusaders. j Buy W. S. S. And Help ! ' Squelch Kaiserism Then Get Yourself One of Those Famous o Progress Air Tight Heaters ' And that will make two good investments to your credit. You will save half your fuel and enjoy the comforts of a warm room. Found only at : ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. DAW JONES' LOCKKR. friend of ours, after roadlnE an article In this paper re counting the sinking of two Germnn under the caption of "Davy Jones' Locker, writes to tell us of a remarkable application of the term, by a southern newspaper nearly a century ago. A Fordsville ot er LAY.TON ROSS. Mrs. II. B. Haynes' proporty, on Clay Mrs. S. D. Beaver Dam. Mrs. Taylor will go to street. West Frankfort, 111., to live with her MIsb Ituth Lltchflold has accepted children. a position In tho McIIonry Graded There will bo an all day service nt school. ( Goshen Sunday. Sorvlco will begin at Last week wo advortlscd a sorgum 10 A. M. Dinner will bo served on tho mill for salp, and before tho paper grounds. Everybody cordially invited had been out twenty four hours wo to come and bring the largest lunch ' had threo inquiries about tho mill. It basket in the house, filled with good things to eat. jays to advertise. Editor W. II. Combs will move into Judge J. M. Porter ha purchased Taylor's rosiuanco, in Undo Wood Phlpps, ono of tho FOR KALK. best and best known colored men of died of old age hero Friday Hartford, Ono good utility mare, for sale at morning. Undo Wood came to Ohio ' county when ho was eight years old a bargain. Also ono ycajllng colt. ' J. W. THOMAS, and had lived in tho county contin- 12t2. Dundee, Ky. uously since. He, was 88 years old at the time of his death. Ho spent most farm: FOR SALE. of his lite in a blacksmith's shop; was wellknown and universally liked A 70 acre, hill and valley farm, by tho generation of whlto peoplo of preceded C miles north of Hartford on tho his day, most of whom havo him in death. Ho had two sons, Owonsboro road. Cheap, termq easy. W. R. CARSON; Georgo, of Hartford, and Dr. Gordon, ' Hartford, R. 3. llt4p o: Corslcaua, Texa3. Fordsvillo, Ky., August 29, 1918. J. II. Thomas, Hartford, Ky. Dear Sir: I notlco an article In your paper under the caption of "Darecounting the vy Jones Locker", and sinking of two Gorman recalled an experience of my fath er, on tho Mississippi rlvor nearly a century ago. My father, nlong with a great many other men of the tlmo when Doctors oro few. very frequently dosed medlclno for, and nursed tho sick. ather lived about ton miles from Cairo, 111., and on one occasion wont there trading. Davy Jones kept a tavorn. called the Calleda. It happen ed tho tavern keeper's child was very sick and expected to die, and tho tavern keeper, learning of father's bablt of attendlug the slck.called up Mr. after the child. Fasome of tho slmplo-remedieof tho time and nursed it throughout the night, and by morning tho child was much Improved. Tho tavern keeper, without so much as a thank you, charged father seventy flvo cents for his night's lodging". which father paid and took tho tavern keepers receipt for It. A Cairo newspaper, the Delpha, got hold of tho incident nnd cynically rofened to Jones' tavern as "Davy Jouss Lock er," by which opprobrious term tho place was known for many yearn ther gave it afterward. Your Friend, nOBETlT J, BRANDON. I operate a feed and hitch stable, ladles regularly patronize mo and: necessarily must come into mv nlac of business. Some mon, thoughtlessly or otherwlso, at times conduct themselves in such a mannor that it results in injury to my business. Now I inbi&t that when around my stablo, you must be decent and respectable so that unembarressed, a lady may enter at any time. A. J. WILLIAMS. 1M3. Hartford; on him to look s - . Ktaarmu stxs .seam. , i. 2jI " LABOR'S PART ! WHY OKK.MANV IS ALAItMICO. I II Liberty Sparks ""l-i- i r lui -- . t ..,- -. .. WORLD WAR IS OF VJISTIMPORTAICEi PRESIDENT WILSON PAYS ELO QUENT TniBUTE TO AMERICA'S ARMY OF WORKER3. ' 4 i$Ei -, V '.' II .T- - S fc rt t:::..-smmMr - m v :"P - JMZmF::::a$ - o&n - rjTW. ...VVVU- - l.i. GOMPERS DELIVERS MESSAGE, Head of the American Federation Labor Points Out the Need of Unity of Action Here. ' :mmmm Thnt Great Briton's future econom ic policy in iMuieeuuu una created mo greatest nlarin in Germany, whero tho HfRtiificnnco of it is fully realized, in averted in n cnhlo dispatch of July 2S, from tho Ilaguo, to tho New York Sun. Tho dispatch goes on to s.ay that ' orwnrcts, tho Socialist organ of Berlin, declares thnt tho decision of tho Ililtlsh War Cabinet to Introduce, preferential Tariffs in favor of tho colonics is one of the most important facts of the war. In addition to its great economic importance it will have a lustltiR political effect. Tho Cablegram ndds, quoting from . DIRECTORY. CIHCUIT COUIIT. HOCKl'OHT. Judge II. W. Slack, Owoniboro. Cum'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart ford. A. C. Tortcr, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury I'mul Cal P. Koown, Hartford. Clerk Jmncs Wilson. Clerk Hushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. HKAVKIl DAM. Ch'm'n. Uoard Vor-wacr- ts: gmxs8&c 'I I r '. i. , k. The part that Labor will take Ir the sale of the Fourth Liberty Loan toonds, which will be Inaugurated Soptember 28, Is second to no othei part that will be played. Evcrythluj that Is created must be created E through the energy of men and womerj who toll. As a result tho success ol the drive for tho Fourth Liberty Loot TO REALIZE WORTH depends in a very largo measure upon of labor In the cause the Not only are tho tollers bearing OF LIBERTY BONDS their part of fighting In the European trenches, but they are bearing the bulk of the fighting within the fac tory trenches in the' United Statc3 Liquidation Comes From Small Invest- ors Who Do Not Understand The importance of the part they plaj Tax Fsatures. Is Illustrated both by President Wil son in his Labor Day address and alsc Prevailing market quotations for tho in tho "Greetings to tho American 4 and iVt per cent Liberty Donds indi-catPeople" sent from England by Sam a lack of appreciation on the part uel Gompers, president of the Amerl regarding their intrinsic valcan Federation of Labor, who Is lr of holders carry the bonds" Is Europe on a mission for tho United ues. "Inability to an excuse that seems hardly tenable States Government. slnco the Third LibNo better description of the ini now, three months TInio works n portanco of Labor could possibly bt erty Loan was floated. the value given than that of President Wilson favor of LIborty Bonds sincegrow more nnd merit of tho investment "Tho array of laborers at homo is as Important, as essential, as the obvious. The recent slump in the market quoarmy of fighting men in the far fields tation for these bonds may be due in of actual battle," tho President said to a misapprehension on 'And the laborer is needed as muct the first plnce tho part of certain small Investors reas the soldier. It is his war. The exemption feature. It Boldler Is his champion and repre garding the tax has been common to accord to the sentative. a Liberty Loan Bonds, the "To fall to win would bo to imped' First on the score of tax everything that tho laborer has preferential valuo exemption, far above the 4s and tVi. striven for and held dear since free And yet a great mnny small investors dom first had its dawn and his strug In the latter bonds do not seem to gle for justice began. The soldiers al that their securities, for tho know this. It steels theli realizepart, pcwsesB tho same merit. In the front most muscles to think of It. They are cru words, tho 4b and 4Vi per cent They aro fighting for nc other saders. bonds are also ,fuU. asj'ree from, the selfish advantage for their own na normal" lncome'Tax, now' or hereafter tion. They would despise anyone whe imposed by the United States aB the fought for the sellish advantage ol 3 per cent bonds. And they are also any nation. fiee of the surtax or excess profits tax, President Tell3 Why They Fight. now or hereafter imposed, up to an "They are giving their lives thai aggregate holding of $5,000. homes everywhere, as well as the On a moment's reflection it will bo homes they love In America, may be seen that this exemption from taxation kopt sacred and safe, and men every lets out a very large element of the where be freo as they insist upor, people; for there are relatively few being free. They are fighting for the whose incomes are involved in the conideals of their own lands greal sideration of surtaxes and excess prof-Its- . ideals, immortal ideals, ideals thai Yet most of the liquidation in the shall light the way for all men to the Liberty Bonds come3 from tho small iplaces where justice is done and mer Investors. Mvo with lifted heads and emaci That it Is not always a desire to liquiyatcd spirits. That is the reason the) date on account of "Inability to .carry fight with solemn joy and are in tho bonds" is evident from the fact ivincible." that some small holders have been The laborer can dwell with intense selling their 4s and 4Vis in order to satisfaction on hi3 duty as well as hie buy the for their complete tax accomplishment. A large share of the exemption quality. Such persons are active lighting forces are drawn froir displaying a woeful ignorance in reIthe ranks of labor. Hut above this is gard to the Liberty Bond statutes. the consciousness that the equip But more to be deplored is the genment and supplies of the lighting eral lack of appreciation of the ultiforce is exclusively the product ol mate value of the Liberty Bonds, no who is contribut jtho laborer-fighte- r matter of what description. All the ins equally as much at the forge and economies of war finance point to goviat the work bench. The fruition ol ernment bonds as tho soundest and tall this energy and labor is touched most Investment a person hipon in the message which Air. Gom can make during these times. And this jpors sent to the working people of the is more than ever applicable to tho 'United States. obligations of the United States gov"'Win the war for freedom' is in ernment. Persons should realize that scribed upon the banners of Amerl by investing in government bonds now ca's workers today in every city and they are buying with cheap money a hamlet." Pro3ldeut Gomners savs in call on dear money In the future. "TnTa message. "It is the message thai will be spoken from every platform It is the song of every heart. It is d PRESIDEJMTPNSAVESGAS war of freedom because only through Aids Fuel Conservation by Walklno to victory can more uo ireeaom. Worship Sunday. "The working people of America aro conscious of their vital part iu Word comes from Washington that making victofy possible, and thoy will President Wilson will set the pace of do thoir part, not as a task, but as a automobile church goers Sunday and right a right to share in the work walk to worship. of securing forever that freedom Thus tho President heedB the reguwhich they prize above all things. lation of the Fuel Administration. An "We count It our most sacred duty East St. Louis authority estimates to win safety for our freedom aud oui that If the Sunday conservation of Idemocrucy, for only when they are gasoline Is adhered to In that city Ibufe can life give to us its opportuui' 15,000 gallons of gasoline will be ties and lib value, 'Will tho war fot saved each Sabbath day. This would freedom.' " !bo a money saving of about $750.00. There Is no obb and tlow to com ' If the gasoline were conservod at merce during tho period of the war this ration throughout the United It is a constant equipment including 'states it would result In a money sav equipment of tho soldier, his sus- ing each Sunday or hdout. a minion tenance, his muintouauc; of health, and a quarter of dollars, which if in' medical aid, provisions, munitions, vested in Fourth Liberty Loan uonas service for supplies, aud the main would never be missed and would ' tenanco of the millions of allied peo greatly aid In the campaign. pies until they can be placed In u po slllou- - to bustalu themselves of the In France and England all tho loans soldiers that American labor is culled to prosecute the war are taken by upon to make. Volunteer subscriptions. Two VolunNo mutter how small a part a toller teer Days Sept. 28 and 29 are set may play In tho Immense plan, it is aside to open the Fourth Liberty Loan young toller Campaign. Every one should place un essential one. Tho thut works in tho most obseuro parts his volunteer subscription on one of jot munitions or supply pluuts Is as those two days nnd not wait for the as tho man who woiks on the solicitors. armost Important parts of the heavy tillery aud munitions. Without piop-c- r If the right kind of a response be attention to tho obscure and minor mado on Volunteer Days Sept. 28 partb, tho whole would bu Imperfect. and 29 tho Fourth Liberty Loan Cam Without the perfect whole, tho tolling paign will be given such an impetus blows against the huns would bu ini innr me uuulluu liiiuu ncuno win uui posaiblu. It all requires unity and u br reouircd to sell tho bond issue. " ! harmony of purpose. o German Sentiments by German Writers EXTRACTS The quantity of merchandise of various kinds seized In tho hostllo countries Is so groat that the difficulty of storing it Increases every day. All tho Chambers of Commerce havo been asked to give all posslblo information regarding warehouses, shods, etc., In which these spoils may he temporarily sholtcred. It is proposod to dlvido tho merchandise among nil tho countries or the Empire Frankfurter Zoltung. January people. 5th, 1015. 3s, Remember that you aro the chosen The spirit of the Lord has descended on mo becauso I am the Emperor of tho Germans. I am tho Instrument of the Most High. I am His sword, His representative. Disaster nnd death to those who resist my will. Disaster and death to those who do not hellove In my mission. The Kniser, Address to the Army or the East. We must win, because. If wo were defeated, no one in tho whole world could any longor chorlsh any remnant of bolief in truth and right, in the Good, or, indeed, in any higher Power which wisely nnd justly guides the destinies of humanity. W. Helm, Warum wir Slegen musscn. ognize our equality with them. England must not remain master of tho Belgian coast. She must be prevented from controlling an area which can be used as the starting point of a new and overwhelming Anglo-Frencoffensive. Here lies tho for the only proper relationship with England, and so for a lasting peace. Von Testament. h Bis-pin- It is only be remaining In Belgium that we shall force the English to rec- 3s, .,0...j uv.wiucu ijcujjius, who are (inwilllng to amalgamate with tho vie- iors, can oe rorceel into reservations; Or the Victors Will leave in ihn nnh. lJugated peoples a portion of their ter ritory io wnicn tney can all retire. It requires no supernatural gift of prophecy to perceive that In course of time ,the Latin peoples will be weeded out. K. Wagner, Krieg. d O my Germany, into thv soul thou ,must etch a deep and indelible hate. mine in tny neart all human feeling and hasten to tho fight. O Germany, hato. , Slaughter thy roes uy tne minions, and of their reeking corpses build a monument that 'Shall reach the clouds. t O Germany, hate. Salvation will (come of thy wrath. Beat In their 'skulls with rifle-buttand axes. Let jyour clenched fist enforce tho Judg- meni oi uoa. vierorat, song or Hate. ministration. s "England's transition to Protective Tartffs is of incisive Importance for Germany. In pcaco time England was OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKNDAU. tho greatest purchaser of German In November 12 days County Hoard of IMuciitloii. wnrcs. With her colonies sho absorband Civil. ed one fifth of tho whole German exE. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. port. Tho diversion of German export Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUNTY COUIIT. Austria-Hungara poor country into ford, Ky. nnd little apt for consumption, never Moots first Monday in each month. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo Dlv. No. can substitute, for tho loss of tho Judge Mack Cook. Ky. British market. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, "Tho experiences of the war conKy. Clerk W. C. Blankenehlp. vincingly and unfortunately surprisSheriff S. A. Brntchcr. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno,. ed Influential German authorities nnd Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. proved to them that Great lirltnn Is Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav Jailer Worth Tichenor. closely united to a much greater deTax Commissioner er Dam, Ky. D. E. Ward. gree than public opinion in Germnny Surveyor Dlv. No. C Nat Llndlcy, Center-tow- n, C. S. Moxley. was willing to believe before tho war. Ky. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In. South African and Indian divisions FISCAL COUIIT. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st havo advanced ngalnst tho Germans Moets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Monday in Auon every battlefield. Premier Lloyd In January, April nnd Octobor. gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st r, sysGeorge, a former tho lht District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday iu December. tematically is working for Houto 3. County Board of Examiners E. S. strengthening of this unity, while he extends the economic foundations nnd 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. er Dam. Duff. consults tho Colonial Ministers on all 3rd District Q. II. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 2G Common Schoot important decisions. "A closo economic nnd political Ith District G. W. Itowo, Centor-tow- Diploma Examination. Mny 10 nnd 11 Common School consolidation of the British Empire also is a smashing refutation to our nth District W. C. Daughorty.Balzo-towt- r. Diploma Examination. May 17 nnd 18 County Teachers' annexationists who think in xqunro Examination (white). kilometers. By treaties nnd by inti- (Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundee B. F. Uico. Fordsvlllo. May 24 nnd 25 County Teachers mate comblnntion tho British Empire 7IU District B. C. llhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). " can bo strengthened extraordinarily, 8th District ford, Routo 6. Juno 22 and 23 County nnd and tho danger arises of Germany being more or less pushed out of her Examination (white). HAKTFOItl). wealthy market." Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd Stnto Mayor J. E. Bean. Germany mny well be disturbed at Tcnchcrs' Einmlnntton (colored). Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County and Stato the certainty that the closo of tho war 1'ollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. will find her shut out of tho greater Teachers' Examination (whlto). Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. part of world markets by Protective Sept. 27 and 28 County and State Tariffs. She has hitherto fattened amazingly on the freo trado fodder which Great Ilrltan has for many We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi WILL YOU and so foolishyears so generously TAKE There woro ly provided for her. practically no restrictions upon the inflow of cheaper products from Germany into the market of tho United French Dry Cletned and Preiid Is t A Treatment Kingdom. She was permitted to under Superior Manner. VT-lrsell British producers in tho British v for WEAK- market. She could and did copy tho Send us your Garment and JKT, LUNGS or designs of British manufactures and Them to sell at CONSUMPTION send them to Great Ilrltan one half the current prices of tho . CLEANED CLUAN home products. Packages called for and uellverc. fftlinc. A quick relief for that llrrd, All this Germany was doing and couchi, pal of In chel. nlthl iwrati. tiemor coining money out of it, when THE ELTE PRESSING CLUE rhacr. wrik lunc or conmmplion. 11 II doe was nl btlp you it eoti you nalhlnt. sho precipitated the most causeless A. Iv Nail, Prop. SS.5S;W61? most awful war in all histoand tho OHIO MEDICAL CO, HARTFOIU). KENTUCKY. ry. Now Germany is doomed to loso forever freo access to tho British market, and must look forward to LEXIHGTOH, KY., BOSIIiESS tho additional loss In Great Britain's colonial possessions through greatly be ui itcaau I V$t R. Said Buketi CtBtft increased Tariffs on German exports. Butlnell, Short Hind, Type Writing and Telegraph? Secured or Your Money Back Thli nlJ nt m4untfnl It is no wonder that Germany views A Colics can do much for you tako tho Drauglinn Trolulag, tho joutt UaMteott nd to war I training that buslnnm men lnrtonw. Yon with alarm tho loss of all those ccnrlns a high alant twill. Write paWdnn.IXplomaawirJcst through tho can tako It at college or Ini IlUSUiKSH rilLLKOt profitable markets H racial Coiirwi for Hot DinUUHO.VS rUAUTICAI, eminent Kuiuloynrnt. l'aducah. Kr change by Great Briton from Freo-Tra1hpuand of nccnwful frnjuau, Jfefttnanruni. to Protection. She is going to fJTTlTMI!NT fmt find higher Tariffs to contend against Jl.t attending l4"iof a Lvtr rrlnclpu. JlUor particular, (hit aJJrif. Bfft4lo. CmJ EirL home. all over tho world. R SMITH LCXINQTON, KY. i WILB The United States is tho only EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE country thaC has no Tariff to check And Fitting of Glasses products tho invasion of German THE peace returns. But wo aro going Masonic when nui u" SEWINQ to havo such a Tariff after Pro- Templa MACHINt tectionist majorities control ConOF gress. That will come about this year, QUALITY,! V-VEand in 1920 thero will be both a Protection Congress and a Protection ady, 1st Monday Com'th. 1st Monday 1st Monday Com'th. 3d Monday Civil. 4th Monday in Mnrch 12 dayu nnd Civil. in May 12 dnyi Civil. In July 12 days nnd Civil. 12 days lu September W. T. McKcnney. Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. F. Slovens. KOHDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jonoi. Clork Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. Ch'm'n. Hoard 20. Free-Trade- n. Stato-Teacher- Ladies' and Men'a Garments 9sl OUR GERMINAL REMEDY BjHvw. CTWfrYWV FOR ONE MONTH FtlOSITIO'N to-d- av IlIEfW de DR. J. H.THORPE rru USE LI , R-L AX A' ftEWS 'Bond j ti FROM m NOT .Wmm "OVER THERE" t Purchasers Now Realize What Their Aid Is Accomplishing. The news from tho Western Front has been most cheering of late, and LIborty Loan workers may take unto themselves a meed of praise tor their sharo in it without taking one iota of tho pralso due to the boys in khaki at the front who have so valiantly upheld the traditions of American arms. Tho people In the Eighth District, as well as throughout the nation, who have responded so to the calls for funds, and have bought so freely of the Government's securities, have supplied the boys over there with the needed equipment, without which their efforts would havo been in vain. Now that victory is in sight, the to tlfe now, demands will be met all the more cheei fully, and the Fourth Loan, no matter what the amount, will be quickly subscribed. whole-heartedl- SOLD. If your child Is palo and sickly, U N,D E R picks at tho nose, starts In tho ANY sleep and grinds the teeth while OTHER o sign of worms. Bleeping, it is a suro NAME. A remedy for these parasites will bo Vermifuge. found in White's Cream WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. It not only clears out the worms, but If you purchase thoNKW 110MK you will cheerfulness. it restores health and Feci right all tho time. Don't by ofl have a llfo asset at the price you pay, and will Prico COc per bottlo. Sold by Ohio from work for days by taking calome not huvo an endless chain of repairs. x kecp3 yoi; m when pleasant Lio- County Drug Co. on your feet, whilorcliovingyour troub Quality le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don WALKS O MILKS TO LKAHN tako anything else. You can't nflorc Constdcie4 For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Vcr-La- HOME OK VAXKKK liftlVK. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses will provide a place on Sunday, Sept. Every American church in America the latter of the two Volunteer Days where subscriptions to Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds may bo received. 29 Volunteer on Volunteer Day bend a rnossago to tho Kaiser that will sicken him of his desire to win the world. and walked from his homo to Bowllns Green today a dlstanco of six miles becauso ho could not wait to vhear about tho progress of tho Americans In their offensive. After scannlnir the local bulletin boards and gossiping with tho towns- people, ho returned on foot to his homo. Mr. Ayers says ho was born In 1805 and that ho romombers the war of 1812 vividly. Ho declares that ho evory day on his farm and enjoyi it Mr. Ayors attributes his long llfo tn hard work In tho open nnd "early to bed and early to rise." farmer of Plum Springs, this county, HowIIiib Green, Ky., Sopt.14 his 113 years, Elisha Ayor.J, a tern nnd relieves constipation. A nat it Is die ural remedy, natural in its actions, .sum Cheapest results. II in its effect and certain in Var-Lax wiL Won't bo long beforo Uo- in the end completely displace calomel in ever home.i Children can tako it freely an to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Norn you wnnt a Bewluij machine, write ftu If genuine without the likeness and signa our latest ctUuloguo before you urvhute. turo of I K. Grifisby. For ealo by The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, MassTt UartXorA K i a. W11X.IAMS. I eyS' ! Uga Succeed when everything else fills. In nervous proatwtio'A and female 'veuknesse they aro the tuprvtne remedy, at thousands have testified. letrS lite r II rnrITMMMMM ttu. Every Woman Wants ' i ' Kemomber Volunteer tember 2S and ?.9. DayB Sep- CASTO Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR FOfl KSDNGY.UVEHAND STOMACH TROUBLE it Is th best rr.edlcine ever sold over n druggi 'a counter. I POD PrDGnUAl IJVlrui, w. MWUI1JU. OIGOIC Dioolved In water for Ill douche ttopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflammation, Recommended by Lydia E. Pinliham Med. Co, for ten year. A healinc wonder for natal catarrh, ore throat and tore oye. Economics!. M&l R "A Scjiiif tfluafirdinArv rfmnon', r. ill ...I i Farm Department stroylng tho whole. Propor handPotato SlIUSMgM. Ono cup mnahod potatoes, ono cup ling in tho conditioning or curing ground nuts, fish or mcnt; ono egg, room will pormit considerable latitude In tho moisture content of the well bcaton; ono and ana-hah tcnBpoon pop- mntorlnl as it comes from tho drier, Bait J lf toa-flpao- ns ono-clght- per. Salt pork, bacon or Mix tlio mashed potatoes nnd with t ho ground nuta, fish or meat. Add benten egg. Form Into llttlo cakes or sausages, roll In Hour nnd place In greased pan with n small piece of fat or salt pork on Ilnko in n fairly hot each sausage. fat. other hut no ono should presume upon this fact so far ns to relax his efsca-onln- gs forts to remove tho various products from tho drlor when In Just tho right condition. Dried products may bo stored In boxes or pnpor hags, l'laco tho fruit In n cool, dark closet, where It will bo protected from light and from oven until brown. How To Clcmi Dairy VlonslN. Most of tho bacteria which get Into milk ctimo from tho utensils, such as cans, palls, strainers, coolers nnd soparnters, which have not been properly cleaned. Tho University of College of Agriculture-- , Missouri, recommends tho following method for cleaning tho dairy utensils: 1. Hlnco iu luko warm water as soon after use as possible. 2. Wash In hot water containing washing powder, which will reinovo grease. I!. Hlnco In clean hot water and place In llvo steam llftcen seconds, drain and plnco right Bldo up until steam evaporates. On tho farm where steam Is not available sunning will glvo effcctlvo Drying should not be dono with a cloth, but by heating tho utonslls iu steam or an ovon sufficiently hot to evaporate tho moisture. 4. Invert In n clean protected place when dry. ts. nxthnsion DIVISION" HirjiM-rri.V. MAItKKT NKW.S This years annual conferenco session promises to be one of tho most Clover Seed Outlook. Interesting nnd Important in the hisLexington, Ky., Sept. 11, 1018. tory of the organization, and while According to figures obtained by survey tip to Aug. 20, 1918, tho clovor the Centenary movement is already well known to the members of the seed outlook on medium, mammoth, m alslko and white clover seed was conconferenco, groat Interest will be siderably poorer than last year. In aroused by tho coming of these For u Weak Stomach. specialists who are highly trained In tho north-centrclover producing area, comprlmlslng Michigan, Wis Tho great relief afforded by Cham- missionary activities. consin and Minnesota the acreage and berlain's Tablets in a multitude of Tho Centennry movement includes yield per' aero appeared to be con- cases has fully proven tho great value a world program based on a careful Bears the Signature of siderably below tho normal, largely of this preparation for a weak stom- survey of need and opportunity, nnd because of winter killing. In Ohio, In- - ach and impaired digestion. In many a vigorous campaign will bo made to dlnnn and Illinois n larger acreage-an- cases this relief has becomo perma- release tho prayer power of the better yield than Inst year are an- nent nnd sufferers have been com- church by enrolling tens of thousands m In tho "Fellowship of Intercession" ticipated, but even in those states the pletely restored to health. ncreago and yield per aero respectiveand training them as prayer helpers. ly nro estimated to be about 20 per WANTS LAW The program also includes a "SteTO APPLY TO WOMEN wardship Drive" to secure enrollcent and fi per cent less than normal. ment of millions of Methodists who In other less Important clover seed producing states thero is nearly as Mrs. Raymond Urown of New York will acknowledge their stewardship Kind You great a reduction in acreage and yield City, who has Just returned from by the payment of the tithe. I)r Ing Apples. "UB COMMIIVi W VOWK CITV. During the next five years of the from the normal ns In Michigan, Wis France, declares that thero should bo for drying consin The fruit Intended g Centenary celebration there will be nnd Minnesota mostly because passed In evory state an should he reasonably mature but not of drought and ravages of grasshop- law for women between 18 nnd 50 an earnest appeal made for life servsoft, nnd should bo handled with pers. Wisconsin ncreago. is about Cli Mrs. Drown believes thnt the princi- ice, and strenuous efforts will be proper caru In picking nnd hauling so per cent nnd 35 per cent of the nor- pal duty of American women now Is mado to recruit a large number of as to avoid bruising, as bruised spots mal or last years acreage, and the to maintain staudnrds of living, and new workers for the ministry, home which have- becomo discolored must yield per acre is nearly normal. sees much to bo dono in constructive and foreign missions, and for service bo trimmed out in order to make Very llttlo mnmmoth and alslko social work such as child welfare. in the local church. g product. In preparing In Franco women nro working clover seed had commenced to move In the next five years, the Southern apples tho working forco must bo so the third weok In August, nnd har- twelve hours a day, with two hours Methodists expect to ralso $35,000,-00- 0 .divided that tho fruit Is trimmed and vesting of medium red clover seed recess at noon and tho privilege of to be applied to war work, home sliced as rapidly ns It Is pared, as had not started except in isolated working eight hours in the United and foreign missions and church No Money peeled fruit must not be allowed to cases. Importations of red and alsike inAdvanoe States under first rnto conditions Satiafao remain standing In the air whllo wore about 800,000 lbs. less for tho should not bo neglected, according to (Ion Gtuur " awaiting Its turn nt tho hands of the 12 months ending July 1, 191S, than Mrs. Drown who Is now Interested In antoed trimmers nnd sllcers. After paring for tho previous year. Tho outlook, organizing n hospital unit for overLowestNet and coring, tho apples should bo therefore, is for higher prices the seas service. Fa ot . FOR FLETCHER'S Prices trimmed immediately, to remove nil coming year. 4 hits of peel, discolored or decayed Swellings of tho flesh caused by InTerms A, Alfalfa Seed. m spots, and fragments of core, nnd at Saving of Duo to drought, high prices of hay, flammation, cold, fractures of tho SALARIES RAISED 50 once sliced. Apples nro usually cut by flOO to grain ncreago and bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheuPER CENT IN" JAPAN", 20O means of an attachment on tho parer Increased small bo relieved by applying grasshopper damage, alfalfa seed matism can From FacS. A. STARCK or by n special slicing machine Into acreago tory Direct It should 5 por cent Ballard's Snow Liniment. is reported as RESIDENT Tokio, Sept. 14 The astounding f?SG(?d, dices or rings Into right angles to tho of 1917 acreage, and tho yield per be well rubbed In over the part af- Increase in the cost of living conth Inch thick, core hole nnd aero is approximately SO per cent of fected. Its great healing and pene- tinues to affect all aspects of life, and id but n few Individuals will prefer to last years yield, llains subsequent to trating power eases tho pain, reduces is generally attributed to the overown home ut them Into quarters. Qunrtcred Aug. W will "ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your 20, will doubtless causo a grent- - swelling and restores natural condi- whelming excess of exports. Tho Govliv rrtiRdii of their urcatcr minlna home. No cash payment required. All we ask is that you will play upon, use Prlco 25c, 50c and $1.00 per 1)0 ""vested for seed tions. and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find it the varying size of tho!" BcreB t0 ernment has decided to inert the thickness nnd the bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug grave highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever economic problem by inereas-a- ll pieces, dry more slowly nnd unevenly providing a greater profit will accrue Co. seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send ittack, and we will, in that m crop thnn from a hay event, pay the freight both ways. T. Is Starck Piano must make good wltb you, 50 per cent, and private tho dally from n seed salaries than slices nnd hence reduce mm or there is no sale. ' Ciwai3CKv!ivty Tr employers are following the Governcapacity of tho drier and require n crop. Very few sections report any ("OHKCT TIME TO CUT Easy Nymanls $150.00 r M.rt of fuel per dry movement of alfalfa seed. grentor expenditure WALNUT THEES IS TOLD. ment's lead. Vfa snip direct to you from our factory, it You pay no cash down, but alter SO days IrKh Potatoes. The Government has Inagurated a pound, for which reasons they nro of trial, you can begin piymem on the lowprices that save you upwards of $150.00 in the est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano We guarantee to furnish The moderate declines of last week cost of your piano. investagation into eco now rarely inndo In a commercial Washingtoh, Sept.. 14. Warning vou a better Diano for the money than you can manufacturer. These terms are arranged to continued a few days, after which You are assured of receiving suit your convenience, and it Is possible for secure eisewhere. way. propor time to cut walnut nomic labor and social problems. you to buy a olano for your home, without a satisfactory sweet toned durable high grade improvement occurcd and values re- as to tho fruit Is to bo sulphured. It Having adopted all practical missing the money, mea If tho . . .r piano. covered. At tho close of seven day trees is sounded in a letter to tho sures of relief, the impression genershould be spread upon tho trays to a 2tMfsrutrsat9S period tho markets were Irregular, American forestry association from ally BlaytrNanM is that the Cabinet will soon reuniform depth of 1 to 1 Vi Inches as Dr. Robert T. Morris, an authority, of Every 8tarck Piano i Starck are We have constantly on hand rapidly as it Is sliced and Immediate- Minnesota Early White stock ranging New York City. Tho black walnut is sign, and this Is expected further to guaranteed for 25 years. the best and most beauti$2.G0-3.0- 0 per cut., but strengthenlarge num'ter of slightly used This guarantee has back ful PlTer Pluot on tbe ly placed in tho sulphuring box for relieve tho Internal situation. of it our 35 years of piano pianos of iH and market, i'ou wui M & Philadelphia, Baltimore destined to play a big part in tho war, experience, and the repustandard makes taken in exlighted with the many ex20 to 30 minutes, after which it is ed slightly in Representative leaders and the change for new Starck Pianos tation of an and benthorn market" Tho nvcrago and President Wilson has called upon conservative newspapers emphasize clusive features of these transferred to tho ovaporntor. If it is responsible piano house. The followand wonderful instruments, and the Hoy Scouts to mark the trees. ing are a few sample bargains : will be pleased with the not to bo sulphured, darkening enn bo ton at shipping points was slightly FrM Musis "From September to April Is tho their belief that Japan, affected by 50 very low prices at whlca $110.00 Weber weaker. Shipments tho pnst week prevented only by providing pails of tho current of world thought, has enthey can be secured. Q tlmo to cut theso trees," says Dr. Ltsssns 92.00 Steinway is dropped again declined with totnl of 2559 cars Morris in his water into which tho fruit Piano look Frih Chickering 90.00 To every purchaser of letter to tho associa- tered a now era of development; that against 2859 Inst week and 2474 for Send today for our new Starck Pianos, we give free Kimball 95.00 tho masses of the pcoplo are beginafter paring. Trimmers and sllcors plana music lessons, in one of year. Maino and Wis tion. "If tho trees nro cut nt other ning 195.00 beautifully illustrated you s Starck to porceive their power, and that nro also provided with such palls, so samo weok Inst the best known schools in look wmen gives times the roots will die. This Is very consin shipments increased sharply large amount of InformaChicago. These lessons you Send for our latest complete thnt tho fruit Is oxposcd to tho air tion regarding pianos. This "ecuuso of our future tlm- - all questions must bo faced and met can take in your own home, bargain list. book only while actually being handled by tho last week whllo tho recent by mall. This represents will interest and ner supply. Tho walnut growers are squarely to avoid further trouble. lng shipping sections, Maine and Now please you. write today. one year's free instruction. tho workers until it Is spread on trays at tho present timo making special ef1813 Starck Bid., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. and placed In tho warm evaporator. Jersey declined. fort to locato black walnut trees bear- ALLIED FLEET READY Sweet Potatoes. Drying Is begunat 130 degrees FOR AN" EMERGENCY. and Following tho doclino of tho pro- ing particularly tho tompcrturo Fahrenheit and nuts. gradually increased to 1,75 degrees. ceeding week, sweet potatoes, made 13, Confident Now York, Sept. good recovery, especially in eastern Tho trays of drying apples should bo prediction that a naval battlo between rango for examined from ttmo to timo and, if markets where tho general tho German sea forces and tho allied necessary, stirred with tho fingers to Virginia Dig Stem Jorsoys, Jobbing ileots would result In "a murine $6.2G-7.5- 0 All por bbl., whllo correct any tondoncy to unovonness sales was slaughter" for tho Teutons was mado Chicago and soveral mlddlewestern in drying. Tho fruit Is sufficiently dry by Representative Daniel Hiordan up$7.25-8.2- 5 por bbl. when n handful of slices gripped mnrkets ranged on his return to Now York today, nnd developed to tho point whera FAltMS KOIt SOLDIKIIS. Alabama stock ranged about steady firmly In tho hand has an elastic, they can be turned over to American after nn Inspection of American na$2.25-2.7- 5 por bu. hnmpos In springy feel, separates promptly nt val activities abroad. Secretary Lano Is acting betimes soldlfs at a modori e pri;o oa easy After Being Relieved of Or- - "Tho protection that is being af- in preparing to facilitate tho acquisi- terms. The nation would be benlfited. when tho pressure Is roleased, nnd southwestern markets. ms lcavc3 no visible moisture on tho in overy way by such an nrrango-inon- t, ganic Trouble by Lydia E. forded merchant vessels and transGood Reports ports is improving by tho hour," ho tion of farms by returned soldiers. hand. thereby making its consideraPinkham's Vegetable Aftor removing from .tho drlor, Please Rockport was a peril. Preliminary work has bogun on a tion profitable as well as pralsworthy. assorted. "Tho Compound. Now it Is simply nn annoyance. Very small appropriation, and it is now As tor tho soldier boys, thoy are surefruits or vegotnbles must bo subjectThere has nevor been anything or conditioning to nn aftor-curln- g soon It will bo obliterated. ed proposed to go into tho schema on ly entitled to tho opportunity to with tho QUICK results of pure Lav-optOregon, III. "I took Lydia E. process boforo thoy nro permanent homes from tho government "Wo wore particularly nnxlous to an adequate scale, so that the boys oyo wash. Vegetable Compound for an or Ono man's eyes ly stored uwny, Any lot of material, wore so badly ganic troublo which got soma Idea ot tho reception that returning from Franco may bo en- thoy havo defended. It is to bo hoped he could not strained ovon that removed from a single tray, pulled me down un- has been prepared for tho Gorman abled to acquire their homes at a that Congress will Immediately proread without pain. TWO applica til I could not put my nuvy should It happen to conio out. minimum of dolay and expense. Tho vide the modest sum required to start will not bo uniformly dry throughtions of Lavopttk relieved him. A foot to the floor and armor-plate- d out, some portions being ovordrlod lady rocoptlon legislation already enacted In Ilritish tho work. Farmers Homo Journal. could scarcely do my Wo saw tho had tried threo difforont glasses s whllo others contain too much moiswork, and as I live committee from tho deck of n de- colonics and in tho United Kingdom weak, Inflamed oyos. ONE Lavfor on a small farm and stroyer, and It wns a 'sight that will as well as in Franco sh6ws that tho 1MHSO.V TKlt.MS AM) IUG ture for safoty. If such material opttk wash surprised hor. Wo gunr- raise six hundred llvo In my momory forever. whllo still warm bo piled loosely upFINKS I'OU DISLOYALTY allied nations aro thoughtfully arnntoo a small bottlo to bonotlt chickens every year on a clean floor and subsequently ranging for the weltaro of their de Init made it very hard WHISKY IS TKMI'OIiAltlljY thoroughly stirred at dally Intervals EVERY CASE wenk. strained or Covington, Ky., Sopt. 13. Threo fenders. for me. days or two weeks tho wet-t- flamed eyes. Harrol Bros., druggists, ASKKSSK1) AT $15 ItAltltKh for ten After tho Civil war tho homestead men, recently convicted in tho Fedor-a"I saw the Com2 pound advertised in portions glvo up some of tholr at Rockport. proved to bo n magic wand In al Court hero on churges of vlolutlng our paper, and tried water to tho drlor parts or to tho Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 13. A tenta- bottling the West. Tho Unltod States tho osplonago law, woro sentenced to it. It has restored atmosphoro. tho moisture contont of WOMEN' FAST REPLACING riy health so I can do all my work and tive assessment of ?4C tho barrel has was so huge, howevor, that practical- various terms In tho penitentiary to .MEN' IN' RAILROAD JOHS entire mass becomes unlform.nnd tho i am so grateful that I am recommend- been put on whisky in bond by the ly fifty years wero consumed In devel- day, ing it to my friends." Mrs. D. M. Stuto Tax Commission, and thirty oping tho West. Now thoro Is comC. D. Schoberg, shoo man, was sena condition of equlllbrlm with tho Tho number of railroad jobs that Alteiis, R. R. 4, Oregon. III. surrounding air such" that tho madays given owners in which to appear paratively jlttlo desirable homestead tenced to ten years In MouiuIhyiIIu torOnlywomenwhohavesufrered the terial neithor absorbs nor gives off wo m on uru ablo to hold liuvo Increas- tures of such troubles and have dragged and protest the assessment. This is land, and tho problem Is to reclaim penitentiary. Ho was convicted on counts. moasurablo quantities of moisture Is ed tremendously since tho war bekau, along from day to day can realize the a Jump from $21 last year. swampy areas, transform tho deserts twenty-tou- r Mntorlul so Ono ot tho first now Jobs for women relief which thin famous root and herb Henry Foltmnn, wealthy tobacco presently uttnlned. into good farm lands and prepare remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Gormuny's dye industry has not logged-ot- f treated Is said to havo beon "con- waB car clcanlnt;nnd they have been Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters. lands for tho plow. Thoro man, convicted on fourteen counts, may bo stored without engaged Iu this work In tho Doston to sovou years at ditioned" and Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters died ns u result of tho war, but is aro about 15,000,000 acres of arid was sentenced danger of spoilage; without such yards of tho Doston & Albany Hull-roa- d condition should profit by her recom- merely Iu a condition of "suspended land, 7C.000.000 acres of swamp Moundsvlllo and fined $40,000. for many months. mendation, and if thero are any com- animation" which will bo speedily re- land and 200,000,000 acres ot stump J. Henry Kruso, real estato dealer, treutmont the spores of fungi and 's Now tho railroad Adminstratlon plications writo Lydia E. Pinkham's suscitated by political land which can bo utilized by tho was sentenced to llvo years at bacteria presont upon tho mntorlnl Medicine Lvnn. Mass.. tho employment ot The resultCo.. their 40 years for advice. pulmotor, as soon as peace Is will bo ablo to begin growth upon contemplates Moundsvlllo. They woro convicted on Government. experience of , tho wottor portions, ultimately do-- women almost exclusively as clerks, Jj ut your service. Theso areas should bo reclaimed testimony collected with dictograph. ngonts, crossing watchmen and car cleaners, In which Job they can release men for tho army or for more Important work. To some extent, it Is understood, women will ho employed ns track laborers. Every effort will bo mndo to gunrd tho safety nnd health of theso women workers, nnd it is probable that tho work of tho Women In Industry Sorvlco of tho Department of Labor will bo of great value in solving prob lems connected with their employment. Women, will bo paid tho samo as men for tho samo work. English nnd French railroads wore long ngo compelled to hire women for rallrond work on extensive scale. In Franco tho women even act as firemen on locomotives. There are training schools for women ticket agents In several largo cities' already, where young women between tho ages of 21 and 35 years are given two months' courso in railroad geography nnd simple accounting. They nro paid $25 a month whllo learning and afterwards receive from $G5 to $200 a month. accountants, ticket sellers, station CHUItCir TO OIWEKVK "CKNTKN'AItV DAY" Ono of tho most Interesting features of tho Loulsvlllo conforenco of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which convenes Soptombor 25 nt Mndlsonvlllo, Kentucky, will bo tho "Centenary Day" which will bo observed Soptombor 2Cth. Illshop Col lins Denny, of Richmond, Virginia, will preside. Tho subjects to bo discussed on Centenary Day will be "World Reconstruction After tho War;" "God's Call to tho Church in a World's Crl-sh"Tho Church's opportunity to Oct Out of Littleness Into Hlgncss." Illshop Denny will bo ono of tho principal speakers. A lending layman will discuss "Can Wo Put It Over?" nnd a stcrcopticon lecture will show tho needs of tho mission ;" Children Cry for Fletcher's lk H L. m H 9B H L ! J H H 1 H H H fl M V " M M ihh KK5S$5SS$$$5& The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made Under his per-srtf sonal supervision since its infancy. ucu4z Anow no one t0 deceive you in thl's All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" Zyj weev; fields. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ANTI-LOAI-'IX- G 2Ltf The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought nntl-loafin- good-lookin- Starck Pianos oy Easiest Children Cry CASTOR I.A 05-7- one-four- on uftig cdcc tdiai u riAVC' rnbE. iniHi. Sm RII V3K' Player-rian- vour ..- -J' 2nl-r.andlarg- second-ban- Player-Piano- nt second-han- thln-sholl- woll-flavor- NOW RAISi FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of Kinds Call on The Republican. 600 CHICKENS at ac-qu- lro lk Pink-ham- 's or ct Frco-Trado- tl OHIO C1UCU1T COUHT. over hero seem to forget they have a mother, sister or friends nt home, of tho who nro anxious for their welfare. We Anna J. Glbbs, Guardian, The Annual Conference Plaintiffs, ct nl Church South Indeed have many tcmptntlons, but Methodist Episcopal uneasy about me. vs. Notice. will conveno at Mndlsonvlllo Septem- don't feel I hope all my friends who read tlili Daniel Ilngon Glbbs, ber 25. Defendants. will send me somo little useful pres et a., np- Only registrants from 19 to 3fi ent. Anything you select will bo to a Judgement and or- Pursuant ..-- u. ,, cr ot talo of tho Ohio Circuit court 'will ho cnlleil Boon. Thoso under predated, vno wm I am always glal to net lwcA nt ta Scnlcnibor term, 19nnil over 36 will be reserved for write me? from home. service later It needed. 18, for the purpose of a sale and If any V. S. A girl w he.read slhl,, ,g thp note to each w send mo a letter and a photo she x wm Austria nddrcsscd a , glad. V e bo t(j of tho entente powers proposing a will make one heart purpose of bring- - over herc.who havo loft homc.mouiconfcrcnco for the t and best bidder, nt tho court Tho proposition cr and native land to risk our lives In c nbout nonce. u door In Hartford Kentucky, o our emmtry, feel that our sacrl-- 1 everywhere treated with ridi was Monday, October, 7th 1918, nt kind-,o- n flco Is appreciated when we arc cule. of one o clock p. m., ly remembered by the friends back about the hour . upon a credit of six and twelve ' There- are 5,5OO,O0Q automobiles the following described pro-We' havo a nice camp, tho Y. In tho United States. Certain tracts ot pcrty, A. and plenty of good books to In read, stationery and many convent- - land In Ohio County, Kentucky, A mulo sold for Ited Cross benefit generous- - tho town of Kockport, Ky., and Monday brought ences the good people have At Nlcholasvlllc, ly provided for us. I am learning to bounded as follows: $2,014. speak n little French and the French j Lot No.l. A certain lot in tho speak tho town of Rockport, Ky., Under the new Federal tax bill boys are trying to learn to Will some one bo goodning nt a stone In tho N. W. corner of all public officials, from salaries ot said lot, this stono being set on President down to county surveyor, enough to send me some ot the homo south side of Spring St., tho corner a treat to wo will have to pay an Income tax papers. It is indeed a to this lot and tho Eliza Dennett lot, where they exceed the regulation boys, between whom and home mighty ocean rolls, to see a copy ot being at a point 120 foot east on nmount. a Hartford paper with Its many men- -' Spring St. from the N. E. corner of the Cook or Glbbs lot; thence American Strong vaults hold more tlons of people we know. With best wishes for your readers southernly 5S feet and G Inches with In foreign than six billion dollars pledges to secure loans made to our and success for your paper, good bye. tho Eliza Bennett lot line to n stone An Ohio county sailor boy in France, thenco easteruly 131 feet parallel Allies In Europe. ARTHUR H. HENDRIX. with Spring Street to a stone; thenco . nortlicrnly G2 feet to a stone on Cardinal John Parley, one of tho ltKAVKK DAM. Spring Street, thence west 105 foot four Cnthollc dignatarlcs of that with Spring Street to the beginning rank, In the United States, died at his Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor, of Cal- stono corner. homo In New York, Tuesday. houn, Ky., are visiting relatives here. Which lot the said D. F. Glbbs acMrs. P. T. Willis and sons, Senator quired from Martha Ann Wakeland, Central Russia In undergoing a George leC(, 1)00k aJ ,)y (,oe(, of recor(, , reign of terror that Is prehaps more and Mrs. Albert Leach, Mrs. raged In Brunton, and Messrs. Kenneth and 4G, page 542, Ohio County Clerk's terrible than that once Blrkhead Barnes were among those otllce. France. who attended the State Fair Friday. Lot No. 2. A certain lot In the A service flag containing fifty-foTen people were burned to death In stars, In honor ot the boys who have town of Rockport, Ky., Beginning at a button foctory at Newark, New attended the school and are now In a stone 1ST feet south from Spring Jersey, Tuesday. the service of the nation, was un- St. on the eastern northern and south of the Beav Eliza Bennett lot line; thence conof veiled In the auditorium of the making The stopping er Dam High school Wednesday tinuing south with said line, passing boor after December 1 and tho raise corner of same at 30 feet to a stone adsongs and of the whisky tax to $8.00 a gallon morning. Patriotic dresses formed the program which 152 feet from beginning corner, this will put the saloons out of business stone being the Jnckson-Wakclan- d was as follows: by the end of the year. corner; thence with tills Jacksou-Wakelan- d Audience. Song. "America" line cast 315 feet to a Reading Rev. Mooro. Scripture A troop train and a freight train stone, a beech call for In the Wake-lan- d Prayer Rev. Birch Shields. met In a head-o- n collision near deed; thence N. W. with the Duet, "Over There" Misses Delia Springfield, Mo., Tuesday night, and Jackson-Wakelan- d line 1S4 feet to n and Anna Hazelrigg. twenty five soldiers are reported klll.-estone; thence west parallel with Address Rev. Edgar Allen. Spring Street 171 feet to the beiriii- Song. "Canning The Kaiser" mm j ning stone corner. Students. YORU TAXES NOW DUE. Address, "Gone, but not Forgot jiu 101 was acquired uy u. r. Glbbs by deed from Martha Ann I HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE ten" Walter Casebler. Song, "Keep the Home Fires Burnakeland, et al, by deed of record TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY in the Ohio County clerk's office In CLERK AND WILL BE IN MY OF- ing" Students. Address Mr. J. H. Barnes. d?cd book 2G, page 541. FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO Seeral carloads of fertilizer were Lot No. 3. A certain lot in the RECEIVE YOUR TAXES. ON am" OF THE ASSESSMENT BE- shipped to the farmers of the coun- town of Rockport, Kentucky Beginning nt ING DELAYED,- - I RECEIVED THE ty last week, who are preparing for boundt (I as follows: TAX BILLS SEVERAL WEEKS another crop of wheat. And from r stone 58 feet and G inches from a crop gtoiie on Spring St., on the eastern, LATE, MATERIALLY indications there will be a large WHICH SHORTENS THE TIME FOR COL- planted. north cud south line of the Eliza Mr. Luther Render has sold his. Bennett lot; thence continuing tho LECTING TAX, AND MUST INSIST UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY farm on the Beaver Dam and Hart- same line OS feet G inches to a stone; OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLE- ford pike to Mr. J. Duvall. thence east parallel with Spring Mr. W. B. Chinn has sold his farm Street :71 feet G inches to a stone MENT OF THEIS TAXES. to Dolan Wade, and purchased the ip Mrs. E. L. Jackson's line; thence tf S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. home of Corbett Wells lu West Beav- N. W. with the Jackson and Wake-lan- d er Dam. HOW JIOXDS MAY BE SOLD. line 109 feet to a stone; thence Mr. J. H. Barnes attended the west parallel with, spring street, 131 LouisThe Treasury Department has de- Liberty Loan Association in feet to a stone, beginning corner. cided that It will not provide any plan ville the first of the week. Said lot was acquired by D. F. for disposing of the Fourth Liberty Gibbs by deed from Martha Ann SUNDAY Loan Bonds on the installment plan, AUTO-LES- S Wakeland and others, which deed is MAY HE EXTENDED. other than the usual plan of of record in deed book 30 page loans. Washington, Sept. 14 The fuel Onto County Clerk's office. This information was conveyed to Lot No. 4. One house and lot Chairman William R. Compton, of adminstration announced today that is a possibility that Us auto-les- s situated in the town of Rockport, tho Eight Federal Reserve District, there Sunday request may be extended Ky.,. known as the Sam Maples platie-anin a telegram from Lewis B. Frankbounded as follows: Beginning to cover the entire country. lin, Director of War Loans. at tho South E. corner on Pino SC, This will depend, the adminstraThe plan, as heretofore, will contheuce N. 10 West 184 feet to a sist of initial payment and three sub- tion said, upon the ability of mid- - stakfc- - on Church St., thence west TO sequent payments about one month continent refiners to supply tho terltory west of the Mississippi and at south 115 feet to a stake; thence S. apart. 10 west 184 feet to a stake; thence Director Rranklin requests Chair- tho same time furnish the gasoline E. 0 north 115 feet to a stake the they have agreed to deliver at tho man Compton to advise the local seaboard. Refiners are canvass- beginning corner. committees at onco of tho decision Said lot was acquired by deed from ing the situation with a view to dereached. termining if they can provide for S. O. Maples, et, al, recorded in deed book 30, page 17, Ohio County When ou have Backache tho liver both demands. Altho the exact amount of gasoline Clerk's office. or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. Lot No. 5. A certain lot or parTry Sanol, it does wonders for tho saved in the territory east ot the Misliver, kidneys and bladder A trial sissippi in the two Sundays sinco tho cel of land lying in the town of DOc bottle will convmco you. Get it request was made can not be de- Rockport, Ohio County, Ky., and 4G-at tho drug storo termined, tho ndmiustration estimat- known as tho east half of Jots No. ing It at 113.000 barrels, which lias 23 and 24, and bounded as follows, LETTER FROM FRANCE. added materially to tho rcaorvo avail- viz: Beginning on south cast corner on able for shipment overseas. Soldier boy writes letter to RepubCemetery Street; thenco N. 10 W. o lican, recounting Ills experience in 132 feet to a stake on Bluff Street; FOR SALE. tho land of shot and shell. 3 One good farm horse, good size, thenco west 10 S. 79 feet and SInco I Editor Republican: goutlo and a bargain at $100. One inches to a stake on Bluff Street; In Franco it has occured to mo good milk cow, Jersey and a bargain thenco S. 132 feet to a state in any to write a bit of my experlonco to tho at $SC. Must bo sold this weak or alloy; thenco E. 10 N. 79 reet and 3 paper nt homo. dear old inches to tho beginning. This Is a lieautltu! country with next. If interested act quick. A. B. WEDDING, Said lot was acquired by D. F. much beautiful scenery. The people Stf Duudeo, Ky. Glbbs from S. D. Robertson and wifo hero treat' wo sailors splendidly and by deed ot record in deed book 25, kindly. I enjoyed tho trip across tho FARM LAND FOR SALE. pago 413, Ohio County Clerk's oillco. ocean. Wo wore twelve days coming Lot No. G. A certain lot situated over. Hud plenty to eat and nothing ou Main Street in tho town of RockI am pleased with tho service, to do. About six hundred acres' port, Ohio county, Ky., bounded on and glad to be doing my small part my country. You people back of No. 1 farming land, known tho north by Main Street; ou the for homo do your duty, work together, as the J. F. Collins farm on east by Mrs. J. R. Layton's lot; on the south by north street; ami on tho and wo aro sure to win 1 hope tho United States will havo a banner the Hartford and Beaver west by tho Hair el lot; Beginning crop. It requires food to feed a greut Dam pike. About 165 acres nt a Btouo ou south sldo of bald Main street, northwest corner of the Lay-to- n army. It Is well now, after moro than lot; thenco south with tho Lay-to- n a eon tury has elapsed, to pay France in cultivation and balance Hue 180 foot to u stono on north cut over land, well drained. back for what she onco did for us. north Well, mother, 1 still havo tho testa- Will be sold in tracts to suit street; to thence west with corner a stono, south east street ment you gavo mo before 1 loft home, For further in-l- ot bald Harrel lot; thence noi th with and road it often. And I roinoinbor purchaser. 1 1.1 Xn In n ufnitn stn Tin rrnl'a 1nn Rff roapuct tho sound advice C u and shall " luriiiuuuii ana terms, see ivi. i til rem; iiiuncein uusi wiiu said .uuiil you gavo me. 1 know you want mo to W. H. COLLINS,Hart-ford- , street 76 feot to" tho beginning. bo n good boy whilo I am gone and I H., or boiled DOWN. er ...J to-wl- t: Begln-Englis- h. ur d. T Glbbs by deed of record In deed book 29, pago 143, from D. E. Rhoads and cithers. Lot No. 7. One house and lot situated near tho town of Rockport Ohio county, Ky,, and enst of said town, being tho tnnio lot convyjd by Hnnnah Phlpp to Eugene Cilnn by deed dntcd January 24, 1903, and recorded In Ohio county Clerk's of flco in deed book No. 31, page 437, and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning nt a stono corner ot J. L. Shultz'8 lot; thenco with said Shultz line N. 4 8 Ms W. G poles to the west W. G 3 corner; thencq S. 41, polos to a Btono; thence S. 4SV& E. 0 poles to a stono; thence N. 411, K. 6 3 poles to tho beginning. Said property wns acquired by D. F. Glbbs from Eugene Chinn and wifo by deed dated March 9, 1907, which deed Is not yet recorded. Lot No. S. Ouo half of the eastern part of n town lot In the town of Rockport, Ohio county Ky., known on the town pint as lot No. S7 and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at the south intersection of church and Short streets; thenco with Short Street in n northerly direction nbout 189 feet to North Street; thenco W. with North Street about 125 feet to n point mld-wa- y between Short mid Long street; thence S. parallel with Short street about 180 fcot to Church street; thenco E. with Church street nbout 125 feet to Short street, tho beginning. Said property was acquired by I). F. Glbbs from Hello Baker, et al., by deed recorded In deed book 30, page 313, Ohio County Clerk's office. Lot No. 9 A lot of ground In tho town of Rockport, Ky., bounded and described as follows; Beginning at n stone ou the enst side of Main street as southwest corner of tho O' Laughlln lot; theuce running south 35 feet, then east 132 feet to Long street; thence North 35 feet, thence west 132 feet to the beginning, together with the buildings and all appurtenances therewith belonging. Deed to said property Is of record in Commissioner's deed book. G. page 278, Ohio County Clerk's office. Lot No. 10 A certain house and lot In tho town of Rockport, Ohio county, Ky., known as the O'Lnugh-- 1 ii store house and bounded as follows: Beginning at the corner of Mill and Main streets; thence down Main 10 E. 21 feet to a stnko ou Main street; thenco at right anglo E. 10 N. 132 feet to a stuko; thence N. 10 W. 24 feet to Mill street; thence with Mill street to the beginning. Said property ncqulretl by D. F. Gibbs by deed from L. F. Glbbs mid wife of record in the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 25, page 2-1 5$ &tfroraMiMMf New FaJl Suits! You have already been thinking about the new suit you need for fall and winter. Conser- 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 are 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 s fabrics, workmanship and styles They cost less in proportion to the time they last, and fit and look better high-clasbe-side- R all-wo- ol s. 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. E. P. BARNES t & BR0. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. )ssrosss&ssro sroMM(Vft stake In corner ot school lot; thenco with line of school lot. S. 45 E. 39 poles nud 12 links to the beginning. Containing 7.95 acres. Tract No. 2 Beginning at a corner near school house at S. W. Corner of tract; thence N. S3 E. 34 poles and 13 links tn a corner near well; thence N. G1V.'E. 13 poles and G links to the corner near school building; thenco N. 4Gi. W. 50 polos and 13 links to corner lu lane to "Hatl"; thenco S. 52 i W. 23 poles and 5 links to corner In said lano; thenco S. 14'i E. 7 poles and 4 links to the Mandy Martin lino; thence N. S0A E. 4 poles and 3 links to Mandy Martin's corner; thenco S. 9 V& E. 24 poles and 20 links to beginning, conacres, more or less. taining S Tract No. 3 A part of lot No. 35 In the town of Rockport as shown ou tho map ot said town and fronting on Bluff Street, a distance of 80 feet mid running back parallel with Pino Street, a distnhce ot 15G feet to an ally, together with the house and improvements thereon. Tract No. 4 Lots Nos. 42 and 13 In said town as shown by the map of said town, fronting ou Pino Street, a distance of 156 feet und running parallel with Bluff Street, a distance of 128 foot to an alloy . All tho coal underlying traucts Nos. 3 and 4 hns heretofore been sold and convoyed to tho Rockport Coal Company. The purchaBor will bo required to execute bond Immediately nfter stile A Hon will with approved security. also bo retained on said laud as ada 119. S-- Lot No. 11. A certain lot or parcel of land in tho town of Rockport, Ohio county, Kentucky, being part of tho Wells lot located on west side of High Street and shown In town pint as No. 3S and bounded us fol- pre-vJo- lc ar-liv- ed 1 um Bolng to try to bo. So many boya Ky. 6-- tf Said lot was acquired by D. lows, viz: Beginning nt a stone on High Street and an alley (name unknown) thenco north wjth said High Street 50 feet to a stone; theuce west parallel with said alley 1G0 feet to Pine Street;thence south with said Pino street 50 fcot to said alley. Thence east with said alley 1G0 feet to the beginning, containing S,000 sq. feet, moie or less. Said property was acquired by D. F. Gibbs by deed from John Eaves, dated January 16, 190G, and recorded In deed book 33, pago GOO, Ohio County Clerk's office. Purchaser will be required to execute bond Immediately after salo for tho purchase price of said property, and a lien will bo retained on said property as additional sccnrlty. Given under my hand this tho 19th ilny of September, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN. " Mnster Commissioner. Ohio Circuit Court. Woodward &. Klik, Attorneys. o- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Alico Woodbum, ot ill.. Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice of sale. Arthur Uor, et al., Defendants. By vlrtuo of a judgment and order ot salo ot the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at Its Sept. term, 1918, In tho above styled action, for the pur-pos- o of a salo and distribution ot the proceeds among the Joint owners of the laud heroin described, I will offer for salo at Public outcry to tho high; est and best bidder at tho court Iiouko door lu Hartford, Ky., on .Monday, Octobor 7, 1918, on credit ot six and twelve months, at about tho hour of one o'clock P. M., tho following property, Certain tracts of land situated In Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Tract No. 1, Beginning ut an ash, south corner of school lot, in '.. llar-rol- 's lino; thenco S. 47 E. 12 poles to a stako near a black gum mid maple, 'A Ilarrel'u and Coal company's corner; thenco N. 32 U K. 4QV6 poles to a stono near a red oak, J. T. Cartor's corner; thenco N. 47 W. 44 poles and 17 links to a stako, being Carter's F. corner, theuce S. 43 V6 W- - 23 poles to d to-wl- t: Miller. Arthur Miller und W. L Grow- li.i pniir nil (I rM Mir unul w Mw LuhIj of W. J. Adklns, S. W. Maddox. and"! on the south by the lands of C. T. Kitchens and T. J. Hoops ano tho Paraill.se and Plnchlco road; and on the cast by Richard Shields and Bill Phlpps (of color), containing one hundred and forty-fou- r acres more or less, reserving nil mineral us conveyed to T. J. Smith by Geo. W. Shultz, which, deed to said mineral Is of record lii oillco of tho clerk ot o tho Ohio County Court. Tho of this deed Is to convey to Mrs. InMishia Eliler a terest in said land and to her four children named herein interest in said land. Purchaser will be required to exo-cubond with approved security immediately after sale, with n Hen retained on said property us additional security. Given under my hand this tho 19th day ot September, 1918. 1213 OTTO C. MARTIN. Master Commissioner. AVoodward & Kirk, Attorneys. pur-poste UNCLE SAM ORDERS IT. ditional security. Given under my hand this tho 19th day of September, 12t3 1918, OTTO C. MARTIN, Muster Commissioner. B. Wilson, Attorney. m John MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Mishia Elder, ot al.. Plaintiffs. Vs. Notico of Salo. Herbert D. Elder, et ul Dofendnnts. Pursuant to a Judgment und order of salo ot the Ohio Circuit Court entered at Its September, 1918, term, for tho purpose of a sale and division of tho proceeds among tho parties entitled thereto, I will offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and door best bidder, ut the court In Hartford. Kentucky, on Mond'iy, Octobor 7, 1918, at about the hour of one o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve months the followlt ing described property, A tract or land In Ohio counlv, Kentucky, bounded and descibed an follow?: A tract or parcel of land In Ohio County, Ky., on tho Hartford and Rochester public road and bounded as follows: On the uorth by tho lands of B. J. to-M- ed Beginning November 1, we shall have to drop from our subscription list all subscribers who are not paid in advance. This action is not' our choice, but by direct order from the government, and there is no possible way for us to avoid it. It has long been the custom for the country weekly knowing its patrons were honest and would eventually pay to continue subscribers on its' list regardless of expirations. This plan has been a convenience to the subscriber, and as the bill was larger when paid, made little difference to the publisher. We should be willing to continue such favors to our patrons, but an order from the government, which has the last say, will make it imperative to discontinue the paper with, the expiration of the time paid for. We hope our patrons will take notice of this order and pay up before their subscription expires. 1 - ,.- - . ,U-dKiJ.- - N- .l .'.