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STANLEY AT MAYFIELD DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918. mcnt Hint lio hns pardoned more Republican than Democratic convicts. Hut tlio nno question upon which Mr. Stnnloy's position would most Interest tho voters of Kentucky his ho position on tho liquor question did not daro to mention. Ho ilnrcd to '8tat0 n position, to mnko no prom ise. Perhaps ho feared to offend his musters, the brewers and distillers of Kentucky. A No. 13 ' i DAILY WAIl NEWS STRANOK CASK begging for their very existance. Un- TOLI) IX HEADLINES less somebody helps, theso men will LAST OF ELIGIBLES OF MENTAL DISEASE. ho shot down through want of arms or stnrvn tlirnntrh lnrl? nt fnnrl Qnmn. OPENS CAMPAIGN PHYSICALLY EXAMINED With tho rapidly accumulating ,)0(ly must furn,sh theso ,mpcratlvo Mr. Caleb Dean, n wollknown farmer of Sulphur Springs, was ordered by events in tho great war In Europe slll,piea, nnu why not you? Don't let tho county court Wednesday, com- It Is difflcult for a weekly newspaper tho 8lm co ,,own tomorrow . .. nlsht mitted to the Hospital for Insane, at to cover a report of oven tho most uoforo you havo bought your mIt of Only War Words But No Mention 43 Eligibles Left Important occurrences. Hopklnsvlllo. Recalling Liberty Donds. Of Woman Suffrage For October Call Mr. Dean's trouble 1b nn unusual the familiar comment that tho dally Tomorrow and Sunday aro volunNor Liquor. one, and tho first of its kind to bo papers tell nil about t'io news, worth teer days. No sales solicitors will For 79. ask brought to tho county court. Ho Is knowing, in tho headlines wo havo you to buy bonds. Theso aro set apart not a lunatic, in tho ordinary mean- decided to cull out and reproduce the as Volunteer days. Don't wait to bo ROWAN COUNTY TROUBLE. ing of that word, but has periodic at- host ot tho headlines of the daily pa- urged but get on tlio Govornor Stnnloy opened his camhonor roll of Tho last of tho class 1 men of nil paign for United States senator at Tlioro Is a local section In Ohio tacks of a malady of a raro type. At pers, as a part of our report of tho volunteers. tho registrations, prior to September Every merchant In tho county has 12, wero given physical examinations Mayfield In (Iruvos county, Saturday. county known as "Rowan County," times he fools an irrcslstablo Impulso war news. Such n feature will glvo Senator llcckham was present and a and It lies somewhero between Select to hide himself in the woods, whero our readers an Intelligent notion of been mndo a sales agent for Liberty hero this week, and only 43 passed. diluted endorsement of the President nnd tho Duller county line. Wo nro ho will remain for a day or more at tho trend ot the fortunes ot the war, Donds. Approach your merchant, or Tho local board has a call for 79 men was road to tho audience. not advised just how tho local appel a time. Ho says there are times when and keep them abreast ot tho prin- any merchant, and ho will tako your to bo sent to Camp about October 12, ordor. Sunday every minister and and has only 43 mon available ror Tho greater part of tho speech was lation camo nhout, but those familiar he feels that ho must go out to bo cipal nnd important war news. Friday. Sunday school superintendent In the this call. All tho class 1 men except dovoted to platitudes about tho wnr, with tho history of Itowan county will alono, but knows no reason, for It. These attacks are sudden and withHalg's bag of prisoners now ex- county Is authorized to tako orders those examined things that might equally have boon lmvo a surmise. this week are now in In hiding ho ceeds 10,000. In Itowan out warning. Whilo tor bonds. Tho latest development said by a Democrat, Republican, So service. It will bo impossible to knows little or nothing about what Huns In active retreat ns a result Mr. Arthur Kirk, County Sales D- qualify any of tho men who register:lnllst or n suffragette, but this am - is the swearing out of warrants by nzlng statement stands out. irector, has divided the county Into ed September 12 In tlmo to meet the "Tho IJob Douglns for Jnck Shields, Agnes ho docs or what ho contemplates, and of Drltlsh blows. Germans suffer so severely In tho ten sales districts, and appointed a October call, and for the Democratic party has declared war." .Shields and Fannie- Daugherty. Dob comes to his proper senses suddenly, first tlma that Jack, Agnes and Fannie leu one awakening from sleep, and region of St. Quintain that they re local sales director ftfr each district. Ohio county will bo unablo to send Kentucklans will bo ainuzcil at returns homo In a perfectly normal main fh trenches. Ing Owsley Stanloy may say, but the have threatened to harm both his Tho sales directors will also take tho number ot men required. Frepch continue advance from orders tor bonds. Tho local, sales dideclaration that this Is a Democratic body and his property, nnd prays tho state. On one occasion ho walked to Thoso who passed the examination rectors, with their districts, aro: war comes as n thunderbolt out of a protection of tho strong arm of tho Howling Green nnd on to Louisville .southeast. hero tho first or this week, and who doDrltlsh close In on St. Quentln and John D. .Renfrew, Narrows, Nar- will bo sent to Camp between Octoclear sky. Such blubbering rot, com-- j law. It Is snld that Douglas and before ho realized what ho was rows and Olaton. Ing at n time when events call for a shields have had a desputo of long ing. Ho must have behaved with somo Cambria. ber 7 and 12 are: measure ho of sanity, otherwise Huns attack viciously but driven A. C. Porter, Hartford, Heriin, De-d- a. spirit of harmony and good will standing over a lino between their ' Wedding, Otis, Narrows. and I) u ford. American citizens, and Just pcctlvo farms, nnd tho friction some-whv- u would have been arrested, or taken back and lose heavily. White, Leslie, Dalzetown. Allies scoro big victory. n dozen million Republicans are 'times gets warm enough to bring the charge of on tho routo. When hidJ. D. Cooper, Fordsvillo, East and Dalze, William H., McHenry. ing in the woods he has never been being called upon to subscrlbo the matter before the courts. West Forbsvillo, Shrove, Aetnavllle Saturday. Gross, Arthur C, Narrows. discovered, though largo searching Serbians capturo 5,000 prisoners. and Herbert. Fralzo, Lawrence, Fordsvillo. niunii L,iuuriy i.oau, is )i'cmiiiny parties havo scoured tho woods in Tom Cooper, Deaver Dam, East and AFLOAT AT SKA. unfortunate Perhaps It would be tin 'in Palestine Dritjlsh routo Turk-Weller, Orvlllo G., Fordsvillo'. search of him. No personal acquain- front.; West Deaver Dam, Prentiss and fair to hold the Democratic party re Allen, Nerdlo, Olaton. Ensign William Mooro called on us tance has ever seon him during these Dttlgar forces hurled back lu Mace- Cromwell. sponsible for tho wild vnporlngs of Sullivan, Herbert, Fordsville. Everett Llles, Rentrow, Horse If Mr. while visiting his parents here last Rtrange intervals, and nothing defi- donia. this miserable demagogue Dalrd, Clydo, Hartrord. Allied forces break through on Branch, Roslne, Arnold and Select. Stanley's statement should be taken week and gave us an Interesting no- nite is known of his mental stato at Coleman, Matthew, Prentiss. S. J. TIchenor, McHenry, McHenry, wide front, take thousands of prisontoriously Republicans would bo nb-- J count or his remarkable experience such times. Smith, Clyde, Dalzetown. Dean was sent to tho Hospital ers and largo quantity war- - material. Render and Simmons. Mr. ' solved from nil obligations to support on n torpedoed ship at sea. Voting Coy, Hobart, Hartrord. Partial lull In battle front fore- , J. I. Hosic, Rockport, North and tho war Had Mr. Druncr mado such .Mooro was n sailor on tho steamer two years ago, and before starting Gray, Clarence, Hartrord. arranged his personal affairs with shadows mighty effort by Foch. South Rockport, Cool Springs, and si statement he would have been ar- - Westovor, an account of tho torpedo-reste- d Duvall, Clirton, Centertown. appeared In this paper perfect consciousness, saying if his Holy Land Is aflame with Moslem Ceralvo. and thrown Into prison ns an Ing of which Monroe, Halllo D., Horton. family thought ho might be benefit route. Alvln Rowe, Centertown, Center- en".uy to his country. Indeed a man somo tlmo ago. Kaslnger, James W., McHenry. town, Pt. Pleasant, and Smallhous. Sunday. who would mako snch n statement is,' Ho said his ship, that carried 97 ed by going he was willing to go. Ho ooper, John E McHenry. Allied forces strike enemy on all Hhcr ho wills It or not. an enemy men, was steaming along smoothly, In stayed about two months and came Drown, Hayden, Horso Dranch. K ROILED DOWX. to his country, and should bo held mi tho morning at about seven o'clock, homo ingood condition, nnd did not sides. Ford, Ernest.Horse Dranch. further trouble until a few Dashing drive in Palestine and tho crew felt tho Impact of a "v to public execration. Despite Taylor, Chas. D., Cromwell. ago. His family preferred to Macedonia threaten Central Powors lc s blundering statement, this Is a torpedo striking tho steamer nmld weeks Wldger, Dean Val Jean, Hartford- The big government tax bill, levypeople, nnd ship. Somo of tho air tight compart send him to a private hospital, but from rear while pressure continues ing more than eight billion dollars, war of tho American TIchenor, Powell, Hartford. account of such Institutions having on tvory loyal citizen will' shun tho very ments wero stove In, but those aboard Doling, Arthur, Darretts Ferry. w.i.tern front. Moro prlsoneji he biggest tax bill over passed by any appearance of injecting partisan poll- - were hopeful of repairing tho damago no authority to restrain, nnd Mr, taken. Dabblt, George E., Narrows. legislative body In the world, passed Dean's tendency to run away, it was United States urges action to step the lower house of congress, Friday. nnd proceeding on tho Journey, out tics Into the conduct of it. Kelly, Oscar, Beaver Dam. Hopklns-vlll- e. reign of terror In Russia, and asks Mr Stnnloy oxposed the cruel live minutes lator another torpedo thought best to send him to Roach, Gilbert, Fordsville. Ho was taken to that city by Allies and Neutrals to aid. wounds lu his heart and shed pitiful struck tho steamer aft and It began Daugherty, Hobart P., Roslne. reHolland has been advised to Hun losses In prisoners total more tears over tho failure of Dr. Druncr Immediately to settle, and live mln-t- o his brother Mr. W. T. Dean and Mr. Hess, Ray, McHenry. ' lease her ships for allied shipment or mention tho word "Democracy" in utcs later sank Into tho sea, stern Ed Cook, Wednesday. Mr. Dean Is than 200 000 since July offensive expect Hoover, Randell, Hartford. no more food supplies from years old and has a wife opened, says General March. his opening speech. Porhaps this fa- - foremost. Tho ship's boats wore about sixty Ashby, Floyd, Centertown. the United States. al omission of Druner'f will for- - quickly launched nnd all but twenty and ono child. Hawkins, Ray, Whltesvllle. Monday. ever bo known as the "great crlmo of of tho men got snfely Into them. En- Taylor, Thomas, Beaver Dam. IS.000. Turks captured: Moslem HOME HOY HONORED. President Wilson, it is announced, 19 IS," and It may tako tho Republl- - sign Mooro watr one of this twenty, army In trap. Historic town of NazaLake, William H., Centertown. wllj 'ix a prico at which cotton must party centuries to llvo It down, who hastily adjusted lifebelts and can Dalze, Wavy, Renfrow. reth taken. sinking In an examination for admittance Wo are sorry tho Doctor's unfortu- - swam hurriedly from tho Stevens, Emmet, Fordsville. Serbs drive wedgo Into Bulgar line. sell. Tho cotton planters are in a woruato oversight so painfully touched vessel, to avoid being taken down to tho naval Academy at 'Annapolis, Allenby sweeps foo before him 'for dy rebellion against such action. Duke, Estll C.,1 Cromwell. Daughn, Alfred C, Fordsvillo. tho Governor's heart, but what's done with tho suction of Its sinking. Flf-l- s Maryland, held in Now York, Otis sixty miles. Drltlsh losses small conGreen Street, the principal red done but tho Doctor orter have teen minutes later they wero picked Howard, son of Mr. Charlie Howard, sidering Importance of advance. Smith, Floyd, Darrets Ferry. light street in Louisville, that has for by tho boats, and began tho monot- - of Hartford, was ono of tho two canjup Cote, Ernest P., Olaton. mentioned It. Tuesday. many years disgraced that city, has wait for tho fortune of dlscov-tlo- n didates to pass in a class of 27. Otis Mr. Stanley defended his nomlna-'ono25,000 prlsonors aro captured in Durden.tFred H., Echols. been cleaned up and its namo changby his own hand-mad- e commltteo cry by a passing ship or a favorable Is a graduate of tho Hartford High Palestine drive. Sheffield, Merrill, Rockport. Liberty street. by comparing It with tho vote of Ken- - wind to drift thorn to tho shore. Tho school and had later two years at Curry, Joe M.,LIvormore. 260 guns havo been counted, en- ed to tucky In national convention nom- - ' ship was 'sunk about four hundred State University. He has been in tho tire transport captured ind foe's mm England has raised the conscrip Inatlng Woodrow Wilson. Hut tho miles from tho French coasL We are Navy something over a year, and was power shattered In quick clean up. CIRCUIT COURT CLOSED ago to 51 years. Governor did not take tho troublo to not permitted to describe tho manner a sailor on the steamer Antigone. Tho Germans and Bulgars In full re- tion . attack, beyond tho young man's 'splendid grade, on the treat. to tho of tho explain that tho"- - delegates The Ohio Circuit court closed SatGreat Drltian has abandoned Its urday, and Judgo Slack convention wore fresh from bare fact of Its torpedoing tho ship, examination for entrance Into tho Two submarines thought hit off national returned to former announced policy of conscript- his home In Owensboro Saturday tho peoplo with definite instructions Only crackers and wnter wero trans- Naval Academy honors his family and American coast. ing soldiers in Ireland. afternoon. No Jury trials wero had at its to what action they should take, j fcrrcd to tho open boats, and for four pleases his many Ohio county friends, r Huns steadily lose ground. Allies mm nnd nights that was tho solo this term of court but a number ot plague armies on four fronts. and that hl3 commltteo that nomi-'dnGen.' March Is authority for the M. M. DARDWKLL DEAD. cases was cleared rrom tho docket noted him ncted solely upon their subsistence or tho shipwrecked sail-ow- n Turks In holy land crushed. statement that 1,750,000 Amorican by tho court and attornoys. Among Iniatlvo, If not by his personal ors. There were plenty of crackers in full retreat. Europe. Mr. M. M. Rardwell, ot Louisville, jbttt the wnter supply was limited and tho moro important matters disposOttoman armies virtually wiped soldiers are now in direction. nt out by Drltlsh. camo up they allowed tho died nt his country residence, a rain ed ot wore: Governor Stanley was unfortunate Fourteen states have prohibited by Harrison, crackers to bo soaked with the rain Taylor Mines, at 4:00 o'clock yesterIn tho case ot C. W. Arnold vs 25,000 Turks taken prisoners. in quoting law tho teaching ot the German lan- Garflcld Maiden an order or distribuIlia body was taken Fleeing foo harried by troops. war, to savo tho small amount of water on day 'morning. during tho Spanish-America- n guage In their schools. urging tho peoplo that falluro to hand. After Tour days of drifting on tho midnight Illinois Central train Wednesday. tion ot funds in tho hands of tho In by tho ndmlnstratlon would bo with tho wind, which fortunately sot last night to his former homo Master Commissioner was made. Dlro calamity faces Dulgars. Maud Tho new Liberty Loan will run Resides some minor amounts disMacedonlon lino pierced. taken In Europo as a want of conn- - shoreward, a cry of "Land ahoy" was Mississippi for burial. por nearly six billion, tho rate Is 4 Jlr. Uardwoll camo to Kentucky, for tho 'raised, and tho tired spirit of tho men tributed an attorney feo ot $1G4.90 Allies hammer fleeing foo on 100 lenco In those responsible cont, nnd it will maturo in cither was ordered paid, prosecution of tho war. At that tlmo gave placo to shouts of onthuslasm. about twenty years ago and formed mllo front in Dalkans. and an order for tho payment of $173.33 each to Gar tighten on badly beat- fifteen or twenty years., Democratic mlnorty In the Tho inon wero taken to a cozy French somo important business connections Alllod lines at solid in Louisville. Later he married Miss en Hun hordes on battle-fron- t. field Afnlilen. Ailntln Mnltvhnrn nml lower houso of congress wus opposing Hospital where they wore glvon uuwi uuubra ui euheiw. uam IMa - p p Thomas waa ma,,0i measures for tho conduct of mcnt and a ?est Tor a number of days, Maymo Dornard, daughter of Mr. I. -j ofed the bill making prohibition which they wero sont Into tho P. Dornard, and cousin of Mrs. Leo Dlojvs keep Doches on run on all tho war, and only six mlnorty sona-jnftT0 commmeo coinposeil of JoIm fectlvo July 1. 1918. and to operate w Slnimermaii, of Hartford. Mr. Bard-we- ll sides. ' w w MaW b wero supporting those measures Interior for rest and recreation. tors spent sovoral years as SuperinSmith, appointed to partition tho Dritish and French practically have during tho war. tho Republican mlnorty is nut sign Mooro has been ordored to real estato ot the late W. G. Ferguson, supporting every revonuo men- - port ror duty, but has not yet boon tendent ot tho Taylor Coal Company, enveloped important town of St. The War Mothers ot America hold filed Its report which was confirmed. sure for tho conduct of tho war. but assigned to a stoumer. Ho will report In which ho was n largo stockholder, Quentln hard light In progress. their tlrst annual meeting In Evans-vlll- o Tho commissioner's report gavo to Thursday. nro doing it nioro unreservedly chanint an Atlantic port tho last of this and Is well known in Ohio county. lust week. The purpose ot tho V. II. Ferguson 81 V6 acres, to MagHo later returned to Louisvtllo, and Nobody in Europo, week. evacuato Metz. Huns preparing to tho majority. organization Is to enlist tho women gie Forgtibon in business and became well known 78& acres and to Fortress unci or lire of Yank guns. or doubts that if tho Republican p.uty America In war work. social circles. Ho was a member ot Dean and William F. Dean TIIK MAINE ELECTION. Allouby captures 40,000 Turks. were In power In this country it i tho Audubon and Tavern clubs. Mr? each 40 acres. Bulgarian army faces disaster. would fiush tho war to tho last ditch, Marrlngo after August 5, tho date W. C. Fergusop was awarded a now. Dut Stunloy Is sol Tho result or tho Soptember eloc- - Rnrdwcll has been In railing health Teutonic allies in Macedonia and and do it of tho introduction In congross ot tho judgoment against Clifton Duthoroughly saturated with demagogy Hon in Mnlno Is significant. A United tor a numbor of years"? and traveled Turkey still in flight. new draft law, will not bo grounds vall tor $93.50 ror repairing nn autoDrltlsh bring down 53 airplanes. that It Just naturally breaks out llko States senator and tho ontlro lower much in n vain search for health. for deferred classification. are Republican, Ho, with his wifo, spent tho summobile and an order ot sale or tho houso delegation tho measles on an Infected victim automobile was granted to tho plainLIBERTY LOAN DRIVE. Governor's only answer to, with big majorities. Senator For- - mer In tho south, and came to TayTho or tho Tho Louisville Conforenco tiff. Drunor's charge of his abuse of tho nuld's majority was two and a half lor Mines only a fow wooks ago. Mr. In session nt Ida Eskridgo was given a default that given to llilghcs in 191C, Durdwell was u man or largo culture Tho big Fourth Liberty Loan drive M. E. Church 'South, is pardoning power Is that he has Madlsonville this week. DUhop Col- judgement against In tho second congressional dis- and pleasing address, and his death will open throughout Ohio county toJohn Dowl'tt for doned more Republicans than Demo-lan- d lins Donby Is presiding. $125 for a claim for trespass. crats. Perhaps ho is correct In this trlct, whore tho samo candidates Is a distinct loss to tho business and morrow. The country is asked to i running that ran four years ago, social world of which ho was a use- raise tho sum of live billion dollars. Mlnnlo D. Athorton against Rowan statement. When a caudlduto for TO LIBERTY LOAN WORKERS ' demo-larg- o ugreeablo membor. Ho was Ohio county's quota has not Jet been ful and Crow judgement (or the plaintiff ornor his majority was surprisingly tho result was changed from a forty-fou- r yoars old at tho tlmo of assigned, but will bo announced Inter. mujority or BOO then to a for $100, less a credit or $35, iu somo of tho Heavily Ropub-'crntl- c II. (J. Austin was granted a dlvorco You aro authorized t.o uso your Dut no amount will bo" too big, Tho counties of the mountains, and publican majority this yoar or nioro his death. . -' fr need Is great. Already nearly two automobiles tor Llborty Loan pur from Cllftle Austin. somo very Influential convicts from than two thousand. Tho result in or a m Libmillion American boys aro lu Europe, poses on Sunday during tho 4th FOR SALIC. Vjiioso counties wero.pardonod by Mr. Malno Indicates tho certainty LOST. und must bo furnished with arms and erty Loan Campaign but tor no other Stanloy soon after ho was sworn Into Republican lowor houso and a proba-onicBetween my farm and Bean's mill Flno half Jorsoy cow with liolfor ammunition and food. Falluro in any purpose. Tag your car "Liberty Even bororo his olectlon tho bio majority in tho sonato. For firty one small lock, or log chain with now charge wan mado that ho would par- - years tho rulo "As goes Mutno so calf four wooks old. Splendid milk one of theso would moan tho sacrifice Loan." crlinin-jgotho country" has held good, and and buttor cow. Apply to JOHN II. BARNES, Chairman. hook on ono end. Return to A. D. of nearly two million Amorican lives. don a number or Republican White and recolvo reward. The call of duty was never bo loud be Ohio County Liberty Loan W. L. DOCKERY. nls and tho way is propared tor tho, a dlfrorent result is not probablo this JOHN It. PHIPPS. 13t2. Ceutertown. fore Two million human lives are l'Jtlp people to believe Mr. Stanley's stato- - year. 11 t i "' us J ys Dul-garla- ns treat-rovon- uo far-flu- or En-No- j ly Do-atr- ico do-fa- par-'tim- es Gov-.we- ro ns o. es f t r f. T TTf fW"n; i- -rr 'R Sh'iP U!f?? -- nmiimniir "wn o juw'huwl. lwlTy!y'wyrTgBy' rti NEED FOR GASLESS SUNDAY EXPLAINED ing steamships arc Increasing In num naval vessels are ber, and miiltlnlvlne. Think of tho thousands of stationary gasoline engines in shops nnd on farms, all needing oil and gasoline. HUNS MAKE LIGHT Ho quotes tho spo6chcs of Ropubllcnn statesmen, whoreln they express their natural hankering for Ropubllcnn tri- OF YANK STRENGTH victory, nnd quotes them with a umphant nlr, as If them of treason. Ho Notice to Tax Payers. at ho woro convicting f,fc ft fcv Br Ll .' American Aid Will sickly, Say child Is Directors Show Importance If yourtho nose, palo and In tho starts picks at Not Overcome Loss Of Saving Fuel For sleep nnd grinds tho tooth while Of Russia. sleoplng, it is a suro sign of worms. Front. parasites will bo A remedy for theso found fn Whlto's Cream Vermifuge. (Louisvillo Herald) worms, but Washington. Sept. 21. The Im- It not only clears out tho cheerfulness. London, Aug. 19. "The great portance of gasollno In the conduct of It restores health and Sold by Ohio army over the water can not swim war Is more and more visible In Price 60c per bottle. tho m and can not fly; It will not come!" County Drug Co. Washington every day. ofThat's tho way Herr Hergt. PrusWhen tho allies began their sian minister of flnnnce, dwelt with western front It was on rONVIMtSlON OF fensive on tho MltKltTV 1JONDS. tho American army In his budget a comparatively short line, hut this speech the ilrst of tho year. Now tho and Is now threo or has Increased The privilege of conversion which Gorman press, after a long period of four times grentcr than when the arose In consequence of the Imuo of silence, contalnes refercencos to tho drive began flvo weeks ago. country has 4 per cent' bonds of the Third Liberty American army In France. Tho trucks that this expire on November 9 next Tho Frankfurter Zeltung recently sent over by tho thousands upon Loan will place of and under existing law can not bo ex- maintained that Franco hnd been sucthousands arc taking the cessfully Impregnated with the Gerrailroads, which the Germans are de- tended or renewed. Is Delay In exerelMni? tho ptlvilego man doctrine that Hlndenburg The nllles stroying on their retreat. tho gradually exhausting the reserves of In overbn.vl nlng Aill rei.lt do not take time to rebuild railroads. Mie country tho allies and concludes as follows. They don't have to. But It takes gaso- banking Institution? of "Hindenburg's blows are destroyand Treasury Department by making line to do all this. man who saves gasoline on It necessary to handle all conversions ing tho best fighting forces of the Tho may result in Anglo-Frenc- h President reserves. Sunday Is helping to furnish tho pow- at the last moment and privi Wilson Is sending nn unorganized and keep up the western offensive many cases in the loss of the er to together. nntimctlcal mess of ; and r ranee The government Is not making pun-li- e lege of conversion all Holders of coupon bonds are will have to go on bearing tho main gasoline requirements in the its provides the war, but it is known that they have strongly advised to exchange them burden, for it is sho that to pro best soldiers for the western front. increased tremendously in the past, for registered bonds In order tect themselves against the risk of See Inexperienced Yank. threa or four weeks. ! tnnk voars before the English loss, theft and destruction of their Oil. Gasoline Coiili'tvnce bonds. man was an efficient fighter, and the The International petroleum conThe banks throughout the country. Americans start with considerably has sen', a comference of London as a matter of patriotic service, will favorablo conditions, while tho mittee to Washington to determine doubtless assist all bondholders in loss armies have added Immense- what tho gasolluu loqalrenusnts of the converting and registering their German lv to their knowledge and experience Allies arc. They .ire now of war in the meantime." dally the growing needs of thH gov- bonds. m fc Ooneral voa Arz, dismissed chief ernment as well :is tit nee.is Hntaln of the Austrian general staff, in the this. Rockport Amazed and France. In anuouii'.-.t.Wn Freiu Presse. nlso tried to dis Koqiif. MI Federal Oil Directjr By Sudden Action pose of the American army In this said: The quick action of pure Lavoptlk "Gasoline is Hccuin ng s'icii a ma- eye wash Is startling. A school boy fashion: "Vnii ask me whether Ametlcnn terial factor nnd requirements are nn had eye streln so badly he could not help could provide any sort of a subtime has such a largo scale that the read. A week's use of Lavoptlk sur loss of the masses of come when the allies must figure out prised hl3 teacher so much she used stitute for the the Russians, even if It reached power far into the this source of ONE WASH French battlefield In the fullest meas It for her old mother. future. showed benefit. A small bottle is the wishes and hopes of the "It is not only for use in the tiucks guaranteed to benefit KVERY CASE ure of which must be doubted u oni alUes bethat wo need the f.sollne, but weak, strained or Inflamed eyes. The activity of the (.erman cause wo are golns to have suprema- QUICK result Is astonishing. Alumi because of the bound to produce dissubmarines is cy in the air. In fact, supremacy in num eye cup FREE. Harrel Bros, turbance and confusion In the transthe air is going to bo the frct'test druggests at Rockport. 3 port dispositions of the American factor in the war from now on. army. No; I regard it as impossible. People Are Warned. IIKNTS COATS AND SAVKS HAWKS Holds Americans Conceited. "We want the people of this oun-tr- y "One must not forget that at the to keep themscl.c. perfectly The vocation of a certain Virginia linciniilnir of the war we had against liquid regarding gasoline. Wo wa- -t minister is to save souls. For an avo- our fronts from seven to eight mil them to be prepared o switch to any he still lives. He confines his lions of Russian soldiers, for the most requirement which tr.e government cation g operations to his congre- iwirt men with years of training; in may find necessary. g activities any case capable fighters, and simply gation, while his "We may have to ask userJ of cover the state at large. A large num- nrfip.t in the modesty of their re automobiles to conserve one week, ber of robust, vigorous babies owe In comparison with that, and to conserve even more tho follow- their health to the milk produced by quirements. million or a million and a what are a ing week, and then we may find it to goats which the minister-- made half Americans, unaccustomed necessary to conserve tho week after milch available to the parents of these for- war, with short training ami no ex- that; in other words, no one can tell merly puny and sickly infants. Tho their elevated and wjth just what conditions are going to be, novel scheme which the goat keeper nerience. living and total want of ap Ideas of Is to keep and the best wo can all do practices is to rent out fresh does to preciation of the hardships of war? ourselves In readiness to meet what...... families with sickly children. Tho Not wonis ami noi ....i.limi ...t onil iiruuu3. ever comes." hut deeds of renter pays a given amount for each eolteil Consumption of gasoline is increasday's use of the doe, furnishes and organization and Intellectu ing at a greater rate than production, feeds materials In such amount as tho strength, al foresight will determine the- final Requa explained, and that as long as owner and signs a contract success." directs this continues it would not only bo which makes him responsible for the unwise, but unpatriotic, to do other full value of the goat In case of acciHerblno is tho medicine that cures than savo and conserve. dent. The renter also pays the biliousness, malaria and constipa "I believe," said Itequa, "that If of the goat from tho point of tion. The first dose makes you feel ithere hadn't been any war the price orgin to and from his home. better, a few additional doses cures of gasoline would have been higher In the main, these goats are main- completely. Price COc. Sold by Ohio than It Is now, because for some time tained at a cost of approximately 5 County Drug Co. " we havo been consuming more than . m cents a day; oats, corn, clover and produced." we have YANK TROOPS ItUSV. alfalfa hay, browse and sanitary table Altho Uequa would make no state- scraps constitute their ration. This, ment regarding tho price of gasoline Wednesday. Russia, Archangle. of course is contrary to the general in the future, it would not be surpris- supposition that the average milch Sept. 11. The American army coning if the government put into effect goat po.seses a tin-ca- n appetite and a tingent in northern Russia already tho standardization of this commodity back-alle- y disposition. As a substitute has played an iniportant role. Its like any other so necessary in the cow for babies the milch doe is ex- uniform is familiar every where from conduct of war. tremely efficient, says tho United Archanglo to tho front. The country's reserve'stock of gasDepartment of Agriculture. Tho engineers are busily engaged oil producers. Is In States oline, according to She will produce consistently for a In constructing roads and other deabout tho same condition as lust year. poriod of from S to 10 months betail work, while tho other troops and This country produces about pounds of good sailors are carrying out their retween 2 and 2 barrels of crude oil In a year quality milk a day, which Is highly spective duties. .Many of tho men had and about fifteen per cent of this effective where It is used Intelligent- been disinclined to come to Russia, amount is turned into gasoline, or ly In decreasing Infant mortality duo fearing thero would bo no excitement, about CI, 000,000 barrels. The coun- to malnutrition. as compared with that in France. try is eating Into its store of crude Their tune now Is a changed one. oil at tho rate of about 70,000 barrels Resides having their military du Catarrh Cannot Be Cured a day, and possibly more. With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thoy ties to perform tho Americans havo Tho growth of esports of gasoline, cannot reach the seat of tlia disease. been hard at wark In sanitation, reis a local disease, rrcutly by barrels, .since 1000, are shown In Catarrh by constitutional conditions, and lentlessly scrubbing dowji tho quarin order to euro it you must take an tho following figures: occupied by tho Ilolsho-vl- k internal remuiiy. Hall's Catarrh Mediir.o.ooo cine U taken Internally and acts thru ters formerly 1900 nnd digging drainage ditches. Ro-- C75.000 the blood on tho mucous surfaces of the 1905 system. owing to a political dispute, Medicine was 2.400.000 nrt'Hcrlbed Hall's Catarrh best physicians cently, 1910 by one of the tho street car system In Archangle in this country for years. It is comC.700.000 posed of some of tho best tonics known, 1915 A squad 10,000,000 combined with some of the boat blood was brought to a standstill. 1917 motoriuon Immediately purlllera. The perfect combination of of Detroit Certainly our production of crude tho Ingredients hi Hall's Catarrh Meditook charge of tho situation and now oil Is not Increasing as rapidly as It cine is what produces rucIi wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for the dinky little curs are running thru bhould be In tho face of our trementestimonial, free. tho streets of tho city in truo AmeriJ. dous demand. When wo consider tho T.All CIIENKY & CO., Trops.. Toledo, O. can stylo. Druggists, "5c. prodHalt's Family 1'llls for constipation. remarkably dlverso uses of oil ucts, one million barrels production TTNXKL TO IRKLAND XKAll of crude oil n day does not seem anyFOR FLETCHER'S where near sufficient. On top of tho London. Sopt, 21, Premier Lloyd war domand, oil has become ono of tho great motlvo powers of buslnoss Georgo has Informed Gorsham StewKXCITKMKNT TUMULTY'S and the lubricator of tho machinery art, M. P., that as soon us he has a MIL of our industrial organization. The moment to sparo be will devote soma attention to the scheme for a channel (Kdltorlal from Now York "Times" Tatlroads in one year consumed (Sopt, Htli, 1018) tunnel to Ireland. Plans for such a barrels of fuel oil. project wuro laid boforo tho governPresident Wilson evidently hud no ment twenty years ago, but nothing hand In tho composition of Mr. letter to Chairman We buy old FALSE TEETH came of them. litis written to Mr. Hays. It Is all Tiimultian; and tho Mr. Stewart Wo pay from $2.00 to $35.00 por set (broken or not). Wo also pay Lloyd Georgo declaring that as tho stato of mind It roveals must give actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, rosult of a recent visit to Ireland ho some concern to Mr. Tumulty's Send at had come to tho conclusion that tho friends. For It gives tho clearest posSilver and Urldgo-woronce by parcel post and receive cash construction of such a tunnel would sible proof that ho has got himself In by return mall. M.VKR'S TOOTH be a powerful Influence In putting an to a mental stato wherln any ono who Party Is HPKCIALTV, Dept. X, 2007 So. Cth end to the misunderstandings be- opposes the Democratic 1U12 tween tho two countries. guilty of a Bpecles of moral turpitude. St., Philadelphia, Pa. soul-savinlife-savin1 n, :!40.-000,0- I, or one of my deputies will be the following placl of Mr. Hays hail Inquired hnd chnrged on the following dates, for the purpose of collecting taxel whether that individual tho President with being willing to Wednesday, October! mnko a compromiso peace if that AETNAVILLE Thursday, October would keep tho Democratic party In HERBERT Y f power. Mr. Hays replies flint ho did At I w f rriaay, uctobcr not, and Implores Mr, Tumulty, rath otiKCvn Saturday, October er turgidly, "Let not political parties FORDSVILLE spend their time licensing each other CENTERTOWN Wednesday, October of disloyalty when both are loyal." MATANZAS Wednesday, October Mr. Tumulty confounds him by pro ducing a statement of his In which KRONOS Thursday, .October " ho said thnt "moro attention to CERALVO FridayOctoberi was needed. This statement, Mr Monday, October Tumulty says, with n bewildering air HEFLIN of completely confuting him, Is "ob luesaay, uctober viously partisan." Wednesday, October! bewildering nlr of BELLS RUN Still with thnt Thursday, October 10 A. triumph upon Him. Mr. Tumulty pro TAFFY Penrose BEDA ceeds to arraign Senator Thursday, October, 10 P. who Is a Republican, for making a Monday, October speech to other Republl- - MAGAN Ropubllcnn cans.Ho quotes an Incriminating pas- RALPH Tuesday, Octobei sage beginning,"! want to say to tho ROSINE Thursday, October Republican Party, keep It vigorous : Monday, October nnd virile all through tho United ARNOLD States, successful whenever It can be BAIZETOWN Tuesday, October 15 A. successful,"&c. Ho quotes passages Tuesday, October 15 P. speeches, all SELECT from other Republican of which convey to tho ordinary mind CROMWELL Wednesday, October the Impression that these Republican PRENTISS Thursday, October would like to see the Republican thoy convey the TAYLOR MINES Saturday, October Party win. No doubt same impression to Mr. Tumulty's McHENRY Saturday, October 11 mind; but thnt mind Is In such a ferTuesday, October lj vid state that the expression of this HORSE BRANCH on their part seems to him to NARROWS desire Wednesday, October lj verge on Copporheadisni. Thursday, October 1 SULPHUR SPRINGS What does Mr. Tumulty Want? The Monday, October suggests OLATON , tone of his letter utmost Monday, October 21 lie believes it is near treason to WYSOX that Invite any one to vote the Republican ROCKPORT Tuesday, October ticket. The President Is very busy BEAVER DAM Saturday, October 21 with more important things, but It SIMMONS Saturday, October 2 does seem as If he could spare a moWednesday, October 3J ice on his secre- RENDER ment to put a littlo tary's fevered brow, or tame down tils anguish in some way. As for Mr. Hays, who was speaking in what he supposed to be confidence and whoso remarks were not stenographically reported, there Is a version of his speech which represents him as say ing nothing whatever about the Pros-Ideor the Democratic loaders In connection with ending the war, but is saying thnt "a certain socialistic coterie In Washington" would like to end the war without hurting Germany too much. If he said that, he under stated the truth; the coterie is not only In that frame of mind, but seem to bo doing all It can to bring It wishes about. It Is only socialistic in way. Hut It look the parlor-socialiwith a kindly eye on pacifism and the League. It is not so long since it actually projected the notorious Llndonbergh of .Minnesota in to the White Rouse and got him an Interview with tho President. poll-tics- ourunu .- S. A. BRATCHER, S. 0. C. st Non-Partis- m For diarrhoea in children one year niit Diarrhoea In Children. ter than Chamberlain's' Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, followed Hy a dose of castor oil. It should bo kept at hand and given as soon as tho Ilrst unnatural looseness of tho bowels ap m pears. - ,r nhlnr von will find nothing' Hot You Can't Eat Meat 100 Miles Away Preparing meat is only, a part of Swift & Company's usefulness. The finest meat in the world wouldn't do you any good one hundred miles away from your table. Swift & Company efficiency has made it possible to place complete lines of products in the smallest and most remote communities. To be sure the work is done well Swift & Company, through its branch houses and car routes, brings the meat to the retail dealer for you. Swift & Company lays out car routes covering towns big, little, medium size which are not served by a Swift branch house. Salesmen find out in advance what is wanted by the dealers in every town. They are followed by refrigerator cars loaded with retailers' orders, which are delivered at each town fresh, clean, and sweetonce or twice each week. Swift & Company operates a large number of car routes like this, from fourteen distributing plants. This is a necessary and natural part of the packers' usefulness. It fits into the industry in an orderly, effective way. It makes better meat cheaper from one end of the land to the other. V CIHl'AGO IIKKU RAISKS. Chicago. September IS. Tho price of beer in Chicago was raised from five to ten cents a. glass Monday. The Increase in price, saloon keepers said, In the was caused Hy tho advance wholesalo price to $1S a barrel for the better grade. Ordinary grades wore advanced from $12 to $10 a barrel. "HInky Dink" Kcnna, for 40 years noted as tho dispenser of tho "largest and coolest" beers In Chicago to the motley of tho First Word, nnd widely with "Rathhouso John" known ('oughlln, as political czar of tho First parlor Ward, will open an next year when tho country goes dry. Ho hotly denied It at first, Hut admitted it Monday. Pal O'Mulley, His principal rival In tho saloon business, will open u Mower shop. ico-crea- Children Cry Surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Hums, Hrulses and Wounds, tho first treatment Is most important. When nn efficient antiseptic Is ap plied promptly, thero is no danger or Infection and tho wound begins to For itso on man or heal at once. beast, Rorozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic and hoallng agent. Huy It now and bo ready for an emergency. Prlco 35c, fiOc, $1.00 and $1.G0. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. CASTO RA Ill'IXKT MISSKS l.KOX TROTZKY 00 has Oil-bu- Amsterdam, Sept. 21 An attempt boon made at Kurusk to nssussl-nat- o tho liolshovlk Leon Trotzky, minister of war and murines, according to a dispatcli sont from Kioy by of the Leipzig tho corrospondont Abend Keitung. Tho corrospondont says a soldior fired twice nt Trotzky, Hut missed his murk. II 1 Swift & Company, U. S. A. IJ k. Children Cry FLETCHER'S Q A S X.O R A FOR 1 V (1 GIVES VIEWS ON (loath of (lie florninn empire Is now VIM ISSUES hand, and Hint (his promise of shall he ami Is now lielng fulfilled, ami most of us Ihlng today will sec the fiillllliiient of this promise In the dtntli of I'liissiaiilsm- - of nuloi racy. Will Uphold President's Hands. At the ery beginning of this i oiliest I ph'dfte oil that If elected to this high otllee, us I 111 in! helleve I shall he, I will he, at nil times, consistently AMHIIU'AN. and tluil uiircsenedly and uiii'iiilvonill I shall Hiipiort the ailmlnlstriiilon's war policies mid purposes, and I lint In regard to questions nd'ci'llng us as Ainerlraiis I shall sink nil thought of partisanship ami as an example of Hie tinlniiig of a good soldier shall follow whore America, un- at mipi'orlor (lod Acceptance Speech of Dr. Ben. L. Bruncr, Republican Nominee For U.S. Senator In Addrecs Delivered at Manchester, Ky Monday, September 10, 1918, Dr. Bruncr Expresses Hie Appreciation of Honor and States Position on the Issues of the Day. der our ('oiiinninder-ln-Clile- f, Woodiow , Ropulilltuns of Kcutmkj, In n prlimir.x, haxcgfiioioul.x en trusted mi- - with the iiniiiltinlloii of Ilk' I'tu t.v for Pulled States Senator, the hlglu st offer xx lllilu Ihe Kin i'f tin- - poo pie of tin-- state. To sa.x Hint I highly appreciate this groat honor so itl n inc nt this momentous time In the history Is lint it inlhl expression of m ft clings, I Villi liexer forgot the couildciiio mill tlit tttist icpocil In mo & Idcnccd lij this mIiiiiI liotior, mid I trust Hint no net of mini' 'hull cause the party or tho pi'oplo of Kentucky to regret this nrtlon. , In this connection I would not forgot i! i expioss m.x gratitude to tli lutlf-p- t mli'iit otrrs unit ltomoerntlc nt'i s who nlili'il In my noiiiliiiitlon by their expressions of approval of my ouiidi-lncSo In ittcptliig this nonilmitlon I not only want to express to you iiml to thi'tii in. gratitude, hut also to Im press npiin nil of .miii that I profoundly Tin fltuto-xxid- e Wilson, leads. M paity In Cougiess has stood llrml holiliid the Pieshlelit and the (!oetuiueut upon all of those measures for nir.lng on the war ami the liilnglng nt miii t of a siieedy and peace, and I heartily commend this loiirse. For a Dictated American Peace. I pledge ,ou that I am now, and have I ire! i all along, for nothing hut an Ameihaii peine with llnry, and I am unaltcratil opposed to sort of compromise with Prussian nulocracy nnd lailllailsm, believing as I do that this one thing surmounts nnd all else Americans deninml at' oer-.sliailo- a i'i:.i: r.v l'K.vci:. vicroitv a dic-tati:- m .. fool nnil ii'iill7i Hit' grnxo (hut will doxolxe upon mi' In tln oxelit of my election' to the greatest ih'llhi'i'iitlM' body In tin-- win liltlii' It Is hut right mill propi'i' that ,oti, tho citizenry of Kentucky, who enjov Hie tri flit prixilege of hoh i' In clt'itlli'.' those who iiiv to oii, should he lllfoimul of. tin' position on nil the fiimlullii-utn- l ipii"tlons confronting you lis riti7ns lnlci'li liy the culidltlntes who nppi'.il to ,ou for your suffrage In other wimls, j mi hiiM n right to of your public servants nn expression of their xlevxs upon these grout Issues, thctofoic I ilo not I'lntcd Smti" Semite. .'m hesi-tntot- o e finiil.l., though In lolly ns possl-Mstate in, position upon these lt;il propositions. Position on War. The first gloat iiiestlon the paramount ipiestloii the most ltal epics Hon now demanding our attention l that of the world war anil all the cortherewith. related questions In addition theielo, ami not little , less luiiortant, will he the grout economic nnd otlierwNe, that xnll he picsshig for solution anil settle-inen- t nt the ((inclusion of ami Inline-dlntfollow lug the war. The most Important of these will he the ticiltlc? of pe.iec, the consummation of wliltli will Impose upon the Semite of the Tnl i States Kre.it lesponslhllltles. Nel to the Piosldont himself, then In liu porlnnce Is the Senate of the Pulled States. Speaking for myself, I mn frank to state thut I loathe will' I hate xxar mid wo us n nation h.ite war because war menus the Inking of life, the deIt, lenxos xvot nt nut Ion of property nnil miser anil grief In Its awful xvaho, nnil there lire none of us who would not do anything within hiiinan power consistent with right principles to pie xetit war-- hut America is In this war, mid, despite all our ahhoirence of war, we must not hostiiitc, hut nil of us together must do our hest to win this war, and win It now. The hest and quickest way out of this war it, straight through It, thereh sax lug the lives of ns nuin of our dear ho.xs as possible I would not hnc oii iiiulei stand In this connect Ion that I do not realize the fact that a great imlion like our must souietlmes light In outer to maintain its Intogilty and Its dignity us well us to Indicate (he gloat purposes foi wlih h as a nation wo llxoantl huxoour lNtence. I fear that us long as men there will ho Ile mid control nationsnnil, therefore, great danger of war, nil nations must maintain to it certain extent armies nnd navies, ami a (ciiain for war Is amount of preparation necessary though living In peace anil ,1 am In faxorofa counlr, when It heroines notossary to stilke In war, to strike unitedly and with all Us lone ptoh-lemsil The (ionium nation has sinned ngaliist the world hns sinned agnliist Cod and limn. Tlirougli Its kaiser and war loids it has ignored its treaties villi the other tuitions of (he world-throu- gli Its miii It lias comialtted the most atrocious crimes known to chill-ratioIts soldier has mtmlcrcil Inpuie nocent clilldien--outrag- ed ami this not In isolated cases, hut today thousands of homes mourn the lives of mothers ami ihlldien ami fathers who hae boon nutrugetl ami murdered in a manner more cruel than was oxer prat I It id hy the worst savages of till' ages p.ist. The uiispeak-uhl(limes committed hy the Ceiuian ui my lime stmupeil this militaristic nut ilia as the most dangerous eneui of mankind on tlie face of the earth today. In this shoit address theie Is not time to tlKciiss the reasons and the causes leading up to this war, nor shall 1 take time to discuss nt length the reasons for the decline of Iho (ornuiii cinplio, once n gieut counlr, to tho depths of crime ami degradation to which ns a nation It has sunk. It has vtiir'lped "kiiltur" and the superman lnste.ul f tl'i' trno OmI; In othei wonW, It lias iiimlo "kuliiir" anil the Hiipeinmn Its (lod nnd iod has said the nation that slnneth shall die, and the onwnid sweep of icpuhllcan Idea cloaily Indicate thai the hour of (lie wont-aiihooo nnil power. Greatest Nation. This tuition Is the greatest tinder the shining sun, heeause It sprang fioui the plik of the other nations of the world tlierefoie the gieatcst, the giamlcst, the noblest thing on earth today Is to ho an American clllvn Aiiiericin u a c Itlzen mid our .irni being uinhitbcd, tnilned and eiiulipeil in our cailton-nieutboth In Auierha mid Kuropc nnd in the trenches "Over There," Is the greatest m in the woild lias et seen, heeause thut at ni Is made up of the choicest of the nung manhood of America the ouug men from oor. walk and station In life and this army, with the iIi tt that doin'iiates a luo of Illicit of their breasttlghteoiisnoss ami Justice limning In their souls as it does, with a 'e.il ami lire that knows no ipiemliiiig, will "fan On" across "Xo Man's Land" ss oer the tampans of the eiieni-nciothe Uliiiie tlirougli the eiiem.x's countl' Into the ery sttees of lloiiin. mid all the powers ami resources of the war lords of I'russlatilsui can not cope with oar American soldiers or stop their letorlous advance. They will continue to lead the allied aruites until we hue ct ashed the enemy mid fori oil surrender it i to an tine otidltloii.il out soinhhince of Prussian autocrac must he dost to oil before the woild can hao petite, and these American soldiers who will hne won this great victor for himianlt and for the freedom of mankind are our own dear Ihi. they are flout our own homes mid from mound our own firesides, there fote we must leao nothing undone that will redound to their welfare, tliey are lighting our bullies mid picscnlng our great nation and maintaining our liberties and lights while battling In the trenches against the Cleriuau unities In I'tsrope. We must see that the linxe the best possible onto, and that they are provided with e ei-- . tiling needful to aid theiti In whining n speedy It tor. Then we must also see that their dependents their widows and oiphmis are glen ox er, thing possible that a great imlion like outs can glxe for their futtiie henellt and protect Ion. They must he taken care of In a far better than any nation has jet niade pioxlslon for the dependents of their .oltllois ami Millars, mid In the spirit of the iinmoilal Lincoln: "Willi uialice toward none with dimity to all : with firmness In the light, as Cod gives its to see the tight, let us stiixe on to finish the wink xxe are in; to bind up the nation's wounds, to caie for him xx ho sfaill linxe borne the buttle, and for Ids xxldoxx', and Ids orphan to do all width may achieve and (hoi Kb a Just nnd lasting peace among and with nil tuitions." I am also in fax or of giving our free transportation, mid, In addition, glxlng their liiunoilhite families reduced rates on railroads when xlslt-lu- g their soldier rclatixes In our tinny camps. Favors Prohibition. In my Judgment, next to winning the xvur Itself anil proxltllng the necessary rexenite tlioiefor, no other one tiling Is of inoi e xital Impoitaiiee at Hits time than prohibition local, state and To me It has been one of the most leiiiatkable things loniicclcil xxltlt our great national life that our people could sell the lives of our ho.xs and our f gills, of bur splendid mniihood nnil Messed womanhood, for Hie paltry price of a few millions of toxemic and I want to he understood hole as sa.xlng that xxe liuxo boon eiwiuils xxe have been sun lining coxxartls premely hellish, completely uiiinliidfi(l of our duties ami lesponslhllltles as fathers anil mothers In waiting so long to destiny the awful liquor tralllc. ptnhlht-tlot- t I lutioduceil a nation-widplank at the State Itopiihllcnii Convention, June 1.1th, 1IU5, nt Lexing- I ton, Ky. I also, In the same convenprohibition tion, xoletl for a htate-xxld- e plunk Introduced hy .Judge IM O'Konr, as (ho records of said conxen-Hoshow,-mil- l I shall stippoit both hy xolce nnd xote the stutexxltle ptohlhl-tloninoniliiiPtit to the State Constitution to he otetl upon next jeur. My views on tills question since 1 luive become it xoter lias been i (insistent xxith tills retold, ainl I shall unhcsltutliigl.v support till measures to make national elTectlxely enforceable. prohibition Sinew It will he tho duty of Congrcbs to enact laws nutting national prohibi ("iil-feailn(ioil-loxln- g 1 our-selxe- s, sol-die- ts e n n tion Into effect, n stnflnch friend nnd of prohibition should he ent y to the Unltttl Hlntes Senate, from at this time. Favors Woman Suffrage. Ami jet another of Hie great questions before our Congress for settlement, xxldch I trust may be sol tied ere this campaign is closed nnd that hy the piesotit Congress now In session- -is tint t of xxonian Biiffnigo. I linxe ardently stood for this from Hie time of my life as a sehoolho.x, and through all the ears' of my uiiiiihnoil have been an ndvodite of equal stiff ntge for xxom-eltlierefoie it Is no nexv question to me, as I am no ret out i (invert thereto, j and I shall stlpport this amemliiionl to our I'ederal Constitution. Marvclouc National Growth. A hundred jours ago xxe weie a nation of only a few millions of people mid xx'orth hut a few billions of dollars, almost bankrupt us a nation, hut with the gteat oppoitimltlos that lay out before us, with the Indefatigable energy, skill ami perseveratue of joiuig Americans, xxe took advantage of our position la the now xxorltl, surrounded as we xx ore hy almost Itntaeiis-itrahl- o and hulliled natural l as no nation In the world are built before, xxe grexv in that century Just past from that handful of colonists, principally upon our custom shoics, until today xve tire a nation of uioio than n hundred millions of people, mid on whoso ling the Stars nnd Stripes Hie sun nox or sots. Itut this Is tint the ntarx clous thing regarding our growth, that xxe linxe Increased In population In a strong and hardy manhood and xxonianhood the thing at xx hit li the xxorld lias marveled! most Is our remarkable accumulation Wo haxe groxxn from n' of wealth. little bankrupt nation of one bundled oats ago until todiiy xxx sl per cent! of the xx orld's population us wo are oxxu more than of all the! xvoild's wealth. The larger part of this wealth has boon accumulated In most, of our gieut Institutions represented liy our great ngi (cultural Interests, our, gie.it niauiiracttiriiig Industries, 'our wonderful mining propeilies and our systems the. great transportation greater portion of this we, ill h has been in i mutilated and iiiillded In the past' half conturj. The gieator part of that time this nation xas under the control, In so far as Its national governmental affairs were conceineil, of the Itopub-- i llenn part. All of the groat ptlnelples of that pin ty for xxhlch I still standi are, llrst of all, equal suflrage to all, protection to American labor and American liuliistiies, and a sound ami unquestioned monetary sjsteni. It Is to the soundness of these great fundamental principles that America oxxes the gtentor pint of her lu! growth, ami It K upon tin so basic1 piluiiplfs that America must build dur- lit the rehabillt.i'.ing pel md following the dexastatloii it this terrible warj We must make a s.ine piopuiatlon for. the solution of the problems, iltxor.se in their minplovlty and almost Imineas-urnlilin their magnitude, xxhlch will pi ess for solution Immediately follow-- j lug the conclusion of pence. We must brliig the Cov eminent within Hie lliul-- J tations and pilmlplcs of the Constitution In time of peace and poltdcs xxlihh bind up the wounds of the w n r, administer the affairs of the Ooxeinment with the gieittost economy, promote prosperity-- , Inert use our sticngth at home nnil ahtoail, prevent! and prohibit the further spread of undue socialistic tendoinios toward Toil-oral oxxjiershlp, width Is exploited by some as a panacea for ex cry real or faneled 111 of sotlety, and as quickly as possible set those groat ptltKiplos lu unit ion that will place the nation's foot once nioie firmly on the paths of progtess and prosperity along the xvny width liberty, older and Justice must exer guaitl nnil keep. Tills last oxptes-sloIs the gist of the tltitd plank In a platform given to tile public by Chairman Iln.xs, nnd with which I heaitlly Ken-titLk,v l, otic-thir- d I I e 1 u tho way of building homes, their children ami preparing them for Useful serxhe muh as the working people of no oilier tuition under the sun luive ever otijojed Ihen hits not the Amei lean soldier more lo light for than any other soldier in the trenches today? lias he not more to insplie him to fight? Merchant Marine. Tn keeping with the great nnd modIn this counern business try, I mil In fax or of measures for building a gieat merchant murine and the (renting of it gieut shipping Industry that shall bo amply sullicieut lo carryall our products to ex cry tnnrl and port of the wot Id. After the close of this terrible totifllft xxlth the waning countl les of Ilurnpe, all hut a desert waste, their gloat Institutions of ox cry kind destroyed and staggering, as they will bo, under Iholr terrible, unbearable burdens of taxation all this xxlll tend to bring about the lowest wage scale for the win king people of those countries the xxorld has over knovvn In modern times; tlierefoie, unless haven protective tariff Hint xvlll equal the difference In the cost of production nt home and tibioad xve xvlll find the Amoiidin markets showing n preference for the ptodiictx of other countries, all to the detriment of Aincrle.ui xvorklug men and xvotnen. Partisan Politics. Men nnd xxnineii of Kentnckj, T submit to j on that this Is not the hour vv c JuJl if Q i 53r?VVx"sAf J J T ETTERS from our boys in the trenches and ' from the women in canteen and other war- work, all bring to us the same message SEND US NEWS FROM HOME. -- ii (tree. Peace Terms. be the duty of America In Iter peace negotiations to prohibit bargaining or compromising ixltli the enemy of mankind oxer these tortus. The entire woild Is looking to America from this hour to not only furnish the teserxes In nun power, war material anil food for the speedy xx Inning of tlio war, hut the world Is looking to Amor-I- t a to take the lead In the consummation of ponce terms Hint xvlll, In so far as possible, safeguard the Interests of our allies and bring nhotit a peace that will make nnil keep Immunity safe In all time to coino from the nggresslons of Piiisskin autocracy and militarism. Nation. America a Peace-Lovln- g I submit to you that at the beginning of this terrible war Amotion xvns a peaceful nation not only n peaceful lug nation. She mil Ion, hut n peat was a nation unprepared for war In all thut that word means unprepiiied In so far as Mixing u grout niivy or a groat army trained unprepared lu the xx ay of nitinltloiiK ami eqiiltiineiit for soldiers and sallnrs, nnd most of all imprcputeil In heart and soul anil spirit hut she hits gone tlirougli a transformation almost mag leal lu Its action far beyond the flintiest hopes nnil expectations of men mitl I say to you that the one thins above nil others that has enabled Anietlcii to be so quioKiy iriiiisioriaeii from an tinpiep.irotl nation for Into a vol liable lighting inachlne xvas Hie unbounded patriotism of our peot ple; I can think of no higher that could he paid our form of government lu this country than this transformation presents glorious trlh people uto to u mil Again, Amotion had twenty-livlions of American men and women In the different walks of life who, during these ninny jours, had been enabled to nntl opportunities lu enjoy nrhllegt-'- It xvlll g e s for partisan politics, hut It Is the hour of one hundred per cent Americanism. The President of the United States doubtless wished to be taken at Ills xxord xx hen he said: "Politics Is adjourned," and I piopoe to light this battle of the ballots xxith that phrase ns my slogan. Neither do I IntontTtn Send to the publisher of this newspaper he tinned front the proper course of this campaign, by the xlclous stabs of whatever amount of money you can 5 the partisan press or the loud liurrnhs cents or $50.00. We will publish a list and files of the selfish each xveek of those contributing, and the partisans. I submit to you, patriotic IContmklaiis, that Instead of the partiamounts contributed. 1 san politics usually evidenced lu Ken-tuc- k Every cent received will be used to send we are uffoidcd nn opportunity now ns nex or before to oxotdse at the this paper to our boys at the front. If at ballot bov that priceless pilxlloge of the end of the war, there is any surplus, it American dtlotis that our own gallant will be turned over to the local Red Cross ho.xs are gixtng their life's blood In Ilurope to maintain that Is a "C!ox emCommittee. inent of the people, by the people, and There is no profit in this to the publisher for tho people." If that privilege to be freemen to be cltl.ens Is worth even in normal times, subscriptions are not sold lighting nnd dying for, is it not worth at a profit. With war prices prevailing, and the our most snored caie here nt home? high rate of postage on papers sent to France, Then Ignoring the partisan press, lot our cost will scarcely be covered by our full us demonstrate our independence ns subscription price. citizens by xotlng for xxhoin xve choose, and according to the dictates of our Remember that over in France, some brave own consciences. soldier or sailor from this town perhaps even Tlierefoie, I icpcnt, this Is not the some splendid woman working xvithin sound of time for partisan politics It Is not the the guns is depending on you to "KEEP THE to challenge men's patriotism betime HOME LOVE KINDLED." regardcause of differences of opinion ing either religion of politics; but it Is ' a time xvheii xxe should challenge nnd calling to YOU from " nets, must challenge an on tho pint of any anil every eltlon GIVF WHAT YOU CAN it is a time at which ex cry man's pub-H- e und pi l ute life Is, so Jar as it relates to his Ameilcanlsm, must bo who Is novx In the trenches In France, upnoiit the hands of Oeneral I'oisliiiig; niade subject to the most critical scm-tinwill uphold the hands of the President because he Is u Ucpuhllc.ui. I trust that the Intensity of my measure calculated In phut Certain etroine pnrtlsnns uuiong th to exerj lit a and speedy and successful feelings has not led me, as I said In the result press of Kentutky, whlie admitting my xxar and the letjirn beginning, to go beyond the bounds oi lojulty and patriotism, my honesty nnd conclusion of this Is for dignity and pioprloty In discussing this are making of our liojs tti their homes? It this matter In this xxny. my slmeilty of ptupose, jou, men of Kentucky, to make n 'desperate fight against any one I xvant In conclusion, to make this xotlng for me for United States Sen- decision it isI jour dutyperfectly xvilt-In- g to say to jou that It Is jour duty a decision, anil shall be ator one paper oxen going so far as by your result. I bollexe cltlons to scrutlnlo my loeord as ait to say that the name of the man desig- in to abide of the stress In ofliti.il anil also that of my opponent, tills hour own ponated by thirteen men of his this awful crisis that men can not he anil I charge hero and noxv that as litical party and of his own personal of Kentucky my opponent has; Judgments by choosing Is, in spite of ex ef thing else driven from their bettor the tloceptlxe plea of a partisan press. failed to keep full faith xxith the peothat might he said of him, and in spite I helloxo sober, thinking people of Ken- ple I haxen't the time to enumeiiito of the way In which he whs chosen as tucky reall7i In which ho has that this Is an American the numerous the nominee notxxlthstundlng all these w nr that these ho.xs In the trenches failed to keep his promises made as a things, this paper Insists that bis name candidate three jeurs ngo, but hurare Anietitans lighting for America Is the only imine that the xoters of or Iteptth-llcan- s riedly may I ask these questions? Kentutky have to xote for In order to they are not Democrats America is Will jou tell the people, Mr. Stanle', and I bollexe that uphold the hands of the administrafeelings has not led me, as I said in Hie hoxv many oillcos jou haxe abolished tion and demonstrate their patriotism. without croutinj; nexv ones In their belief that lie Is OUIt PHKSIDKXT In misxverliig this unjust criticism he Is OUU COMMANDHIMN-nilK- I stead? Will you tell them hoxv niacli this unmanly criticism of those xxhn that and thut he is lighting a war you have reduced the running expenses see cause to support nte, I trust I shall for fiootlotii of mankind and not a xxar of the gox eminent? Will jou toll them not go beyond the bonds of dignity to elevate his party or Its partisans hoxv jou have helped them lu the bur-doxx lion I say that tills kind of editorial tr tilMUlon? Will jou tell them It would be propaganda noxv being indulged In hy upon a plumule of fame. urguinont foi xv bother jou haxe kept faith with thein leading papers of the op- just as sane anil sound Kentucky to In exercising the patdonlng power? some .of the press of posite political faith Is the xxorst sort the Uepuhllcanboys In the trenches to Will j oil tell them why jou have ruthour of Oeiiuan propaganda that has hoen appeal to .s lessly placed the oleomos.xnary permitted to lie disseminated among of Kentucky again under partiour people nt linytlnie dining the course san control mid made them an adjunct of this xvar. It Is on a par xxith the to a political mat hiite? And lust, my IN propaganda put forward hy the goverdear goxernor, xxlll jou tell us what nor of this Mute, xx ho Is my opponent, jou haxe done xxlth jour "lire PutIn his veto of the Gorman language ters Out," ami xx hut Is jour chief "Klre which both Houses of the Legislabill, Putter Out" doing Just noxv? ture of Koiitutky, at Its last session, These, and many other things, should passed almost unanimously, making It Mrs. Courtney Tells How She be Inquired Into by the people of KenIn the unlaw fill to teach Cormmi tucky, heeause, Mr. fltlrcn of KenWas Cured by Lydia E. schools of our state nt the expense of tucky, xx hen jou vote for my opponent Vegetable Pinkham's our taxp.ijeis. In xlexv of those facts, jou cast a ballot to Indorse every oltl-tiIf my election xxoiihl cause, as alleged, Compound. I act of his and his administration, Joy in I'x'illu mid gloom and sorrow lu ami jou have u light to demand o( I'm Is and London, can you linnglii" Oskaloosn, Iowa." For years I was bitii, as jou do of any other public how tho kaiser would receive the nexxs simply In misery from a weakness nntl sonant, pcrfoimuuccb In keeping xvith of the election of my opponent, xxho bxvjui panio unu piomises. nothiiifj seemed to faxofs the touching of the kaiser's n do mo any pood. A language In our common schools ut friend advised mo public expense? to take Lydia L. I Then again, their plea that the only Pinkham's Vegetxxay to shoxv jour loyalty Is to xote able Compound. I For Infants and Children for Stanley is not only absurd, hut did "Bajtind got refoolish, and uppioaihcs more nearly Years lief right away. I In Use For Over can certainly reto .xellow Journalism than nnj thing Always bears valucommend this xxe haxe reiul In any Kentucky paper the able medicine to Signature of shite war wits dot hired mole than women who other eighteen mouths ago. Buffer, for it line Perhaps I iniiy be pardoned In litis ' done such cood UL'X CVS t'ICKW. tonnei tlon for n personal allusion work for me and I know it will help mid nothing except the dissemination others if they will givo it a fair trial." A German Now York, Sept. 21 of propaganda favorable to the tier-unt- il Mrs. Lizzie Courtney, 108 8th Ave., caiiso could Induce me to refer to West, Oskalooaa, Iowa. machine Bun croxv, captured recently Why will xvomen drag along from day by Americans,' xvas found to he comthis matter In this manner but, In to this charge, I submit to jou to day, year in and year out, suffering posed of soldiers xvho xxoro "llltlti ns did Mrs. Courtney, when this one proposition for jour eaieful ouch misery ns this are continually being more than boys" und xvho wero chainserious consideration. You fathers nuch letters Every xvoman xvho suffers mid published. ed to their cutis bo thoy could not mid mothers xvho have given jour sous, from displacements, irregularities, inaccording to a lottor from Lieuj on wh erf' on have glxon jour com- flammation, ulceration, backache, ner- fleo, panions, the fathers of jour children; vousness, or who is passing through tho tenant William J. Flynn. formerly u hrothots to Change of Life ehould give this famous Noxv York pollco borgeant, received jou who have given light upon the battlefields of IJurope, root nnd herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkhero today. Lieutenant Flynn said tlm Compound, a trial. Tor boys told their captain thoy had been do ott not believe that u man who him- ham's Vcgetablo xvrlto Lydia E. Pinkham self lias been n uoldlor under tho Slurs special advice Lynn, Mass. Tho result chuiued becaubo they refusoil to flcbr Medicino Co, mid Stripes mid who has given a hoy, of ta long experience is at your service. against American troops. ofllce-holdlng World nev,s is all right, but OUR BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They Want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from sending their papers free to anyone, even boys in the service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William Boyce Thompson of Nexv York, who is acting as President of the Home Paper Service of America to give the boys xvhat they are calling for. Every community is joining the movement. Let us see that our boys are not forgotten. They are Over There felloxv-titlzen- gox--ern- Insti-tntlot- MISERY FOB YEARS n CASTOR 30 A 2&& tin-sw- 1 x will address the people ol Ohio County, at CENTEETOWN, Tuesday, October 1st, at 2:30, and at BEAVER DAM at 7:30 p. m. Show your patriotism and love for our great republic by attending one or both of these meetings. HON. E. T. FRANKS . ., -- The Hartford Republican Published "Weekly by HAKTFOKD PIUNTINO COMPANY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Sec.-Trea- President s. Kdltor JOHN HENRY THOMAS IV. S. TINSLEY, Associnto Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law at tho Postomce, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of tho second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to al insertion. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old address in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 5c per lino for addition- Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per line, money in advance. Church Notices for services freo, but other advertisements, 5c per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutual FRIDAY, 123 CO SEPTEMBER 27 REPUBLICAN TICKET. A '7 For United States Senator BEN. L. BRUNER. f For Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. tl 1 For Appellato Judge Give us this day our daily gasoline, is tho Sunday prayer of the erst.while Joy rider. Turkey are about done for as factors in the world war. It appears now that Bulgaria and Twenty-fou- r years is a long time for one Judge to sit on the bench of the Court of Appeals. Tho boys in France did not miss much by being away from home during tho watermelon over season here. With tho close of tho war wo will have a now problem in American politics. Thero will be the "Soldior Vote." Mr. Stnnloy welcomes small favors in tho hour of need, othorwlso ho would have returned with thanks the d President's letter ot endorsement. u- ice-col- If you feel any Interest in your boy or your neighbor's boy, who is in a foreign land lighting your battle, read tho first column on third page of this papor. Whence tendeth tho Moonlight Careful inquiry school campaign? elicits a small measure o( information in regard to it. The mills of tho gods grind slowly. Dr. Ben. L. Brunor's speech, opening his campaign for United Statos Senator appears on third pago of this paper. It U a manly ntntoinunt of patriotism and devotion to count ly, and ii wall worth resiling. It U remarkable to not lUat a number of othenvUe dcnt dtlens ui'i mii'ir uninvcu bewailed tho fact that the fnkcrs wcro not allowed to rob our citizens Jack Frost paid this community with thoir skin games at the fair two visits but did no material damlast week. age. Tobacco growers took fright Remember that tomorrow nnd next and aro working over tlmo to get days for tho their crops In beforo nnothpr frost. day nre Volunteer Fourth Liberty Loan bond sale. Most of them nre cutting it clean, Don't let the sun bo down before ripe or green. Quito n little comment nnd some you have bought to tho limit of your 'purse these bonds, that aro to feed, indignation has been caused in this clothe and arm our boys in France. community by notices being tacked on trees, warning people to clnan off Pleased as wo aro by tho recent their road sides. Miss Hcttle Miller, ot Owenshoro, unbroken successes of our armies in Franco we must not forget that we is visiting in this section. This is aro Just beginning to feel the pinch Miss Miller's old home, and 'she has of sacrifice, and that there arc many many fronds and relatives hero who dark days ahead before tho news is welcome her visit. The drillers aie pounding nway flashed under tho sea that the Prus on tho Wallace Well, and they seem sian sword is broken. to think tho prospect for oil is good. Nazareth has been taken by a This is n community test well, and Christian army, and the Turk, who is attracting much interest on tho reigned thero for a thousand years, part of the land owners in the neighhas been driven out. Nazareth, the borhood. James A. Magan U building a barn city where St. Joseph had his carpenter shop. Nazareth, where the on his farm, near here. His tenChrist boy passed his holy boyhood, ants arc growing so much stuff his has again fallen Into the hands of tho old barns are not large enough to followers of tho lowly Nazarene. God hold it. be thanked! FOR SALE. One good utility mare, for sale at Keep in mind tho fact that November 1, we shall have to cut off of our a bargain. Also one yearling colt. J. W. THOMAS, mailing list all subscribers who aro J2t2. Dundee, Ky. more than three months in arrears. e This is not our order, but an order of the United States government that NOTICE OF CHANGE IN PUBLIC ROAD. we are compelled to obey or have our by a United States Maroffice closed Ohio County Court shall. All subscribers who are not Wo the undersigned, being resipaid as mentioned will be dropped owners, ot from our list and the amount due dent citizens and land collection. We regret that Ohio county, and interested in the listed for out, rewe must do this, but there is no other matter and things herein set spectfully petition a change or alteraway. tion of the Hartford and Sulphur Courier Journal disavows Can- Springs public road, as follows: The Beginning at n brldgo on said road didate Stanley's amazing statement party's near the farm of W. P. Midklff; is a Democratic that this of war, in these positive terms. "The thence northely over tho lands governor's statement that the Presi- said Midklff about ono thousand ot J. T. Allen; dent's party declared war is a slip; yards to tho lands same general diIn about the because it was America, through both thence over Allen's land, about 250 of its great parties, that declared war, rection, to tho lands of Ernest Bennett; and by no means the Democratic par- yards genty alone." The Courier Journal will thenco over Bennett's land, same eral direction, about 300 yards to the no doubt be called upon to make many more apologies for statements lands of Iva Allen; thence over his the same direction, of this Impossible demagog before land, in about for tho distance of about 500 yards approaches. the election to the lands of E. G. llarrass; thence dipolitics, but partisanship, over his lands, about tho same Not rection, for the distance of about 100 should be adjourned this year. With or 150 yards to tho said Harttwo millions of our boys locked in a yards ford and Sulphur Springs road, at a life and death strugglo with a fortop ot the hill, near Concord eign enemy, no bitterness of feeling point on school house. must bo tolerated between American The above being better and moro citizens. Loyalty is the peculiar favorable ground for a road bed property of no political party. All occupied by said road, aro alike patriots. Every citizen than that now and does not materially change the should vote as his conscience and length of said Judgment dictates, unbiased by tho general courso nor road. Said change is necessary and bitterness of partisan feeling. Let proper but petitioners are unahlo to us fight tho enemy now, and it we estimate cost of change. must fight each other, defer tho bcrap Petloners ask that this petition bo until the war is over. filed, commissioners bo nppointcd to route, and tho change mado Tho Manufacturer's Record sug- view said terms of according to law. gests these rather drastic J. Y. HAGERMAN and others, peaco to tho central powers: UnconPetitioners. capital punish- 13t2. ditional surrender, e ment for nil the mall members of tho COAL FOR SALE. Hohenzollern and Hupsburg families, Hnvlng leased tho old Mercer coal and all other prime movers in bring- mines, near Render, I will now bo ing about tho war.tho repudiation of propnred to furnish tho public with tho dopts of these nations due to their coal at all times. own citizens, tho replacing of all tho G. W. HOIIIMER, ships sunk and restoration of every 104tp Hnrtford, Ky., Route 3. city, village and farm destroyed and mm tho full payment of all tho cost of tho OFFICIALS III) DUTY. war on tho part of tho allied nations. Tho good peoplo of Ohio county, It would probably require a fow countries to get all this done, but we those who believe that peaco officers second the motion. are elected to do their duty without counting tho cost, should give Just Tho government Is taking stops credit to Judgo Cook, County Kirk, shorlff llratchor and to fix the prico of cotton, the staple next to wheat, in universal use. A Commonwealths Attorney Smith for tho gamblers robbing movement Is also stnrtd to stahillzn provontlng wages. These movements aro in tho citizens of tho county of several right direction. Tho country can not hundred dollars at tho fair horo last If week. Tho gamblers canto in great exist half slavo and hulf freo. government Is to fix tho prices numbers and brought moro than two tho of some products It should fix tho car loads of paraphanalla for gainos prices fur all. This is socialism witli of chnnco, most of thorn crooked and a big S, but tis n war moasuro it packed, for robbing the unsophistiProfiteering Is sup- cated youths ot thoir hard earned is it necessity. ping tho suhstunce of the peoplo who monoy.but not a dollar did thoy get have no lovur to liiek Imok. ami thoir uwny with. Whon you soo gambling protiwtiun dematula tho attuntlon ot nt n fair bet your hooU it has tho Let the work of cloned oyo ot the law. These ehrowd the government. gentry never attempt to ovorato wjgulutlon go on e-- 3 44M4IMMMHMt4MM44t4444U4UAUUAUiltUiiAUAAAiAAiAAAAAAAAAAUAUAUAU . WWVTVWWWWWW' V BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ! t t I The Latest Autumn Styles For Ladies. .Delightfully New Models in Coats, Suits and Skirts. This store is making its formal showing of new Autumn Merchandise, and each day add to the completeness. This season's efforts have brought fourth the most comprehensive assortment than was ever our pleasure to present. Everybody looks for and expects to find the best selection, the latest novelties, exclusive and distinctive things at this store, and this season, more than all previous ones, will prove that the confidence of its patrons has been wisely placed. ., ... . I a a tvtv aim iO KSJrtLiSkJKJLy Utv WV71V1JTJHL11I 1 Hartford, Kentucky. " r nc Prices on Ladies. Suits $15.00 to $35.00 nni ti their games without first con sulting tho officers charged with tho duty of enforcing tho law. Tho fakirs argued, begged, offered a division of the swag and otherwiso exhausted tho art, in which they aro highly trained by long, experience, of milking terms with officers, but thoy went away with empty pockets. Ohio county officors honorably discharged their duty to tho peoplo who elected them to maintain tho dignity of tho law. If fairs can not bo held without tho gambling booths then tho sooner wo aro rid of tho fairs tho better for tho peoplo. Buy W. S. S. And Help Squelch Kaiserism Then Get Yourself One of Those Famous e FARM LAND FOR SALE. I 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 About six hundred acres of No. 1 farming land,known as the J. F. Collins farm on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike. About 165 acres in cultivation and balance cut over land, well drained. Will be sold in tracts to suit purchaser. For further information and terms, see M. H., or W. H. COLLlNS.Hart-ford- , Ky. 6-- tf f ACTON BROS., $ : Hartford, Kyi .(.jwr, ew ,Ut,4nJUW' ' ' - ., -- &r,ifj.A.A-lu-.. Jt .- - ' A ... - .!.' mmk(jl npe CIO-- Notice! Tho advortlscri have us this week, to try mil Mr. Kirk's now car, Tho and wo can not carry our usuhI last information wo had from tho protecting attorneys they were volunio of local news. sitting o'l tho pldn of a ditch near n price Hat of automoAttend tho Llborty Loan Meeting JJedft at Contortown October 1, at 2:30 bile repair. I'. M. Hon. B. T. KrankH will ho tho Frost N reported from every secprincipal Bpodker. tion of i he county, hnt it did no da mane. In very low lands Itev. A. 1). Litchfield, pastor of the Hartford Mothodiat church, in at- tobacco and pens were slightly dam-ngtbut tho uplands show vory tending tho nnnunl conferonco of his HttlO evlilanco of frost blight. It Is church, at MndUouvllloi not probable now that frost may ocMr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor, former cur agaia for two or three weeks, and Heaver Dam people, but now of Cal by that time tho crops will bo fully houn, canio up last weok to visit rela maturcl. I lives and attend thofalr, tl, &GSG$$S?0GG G&&&&&SGG9GW s s ew & 3l11 uits You have already been thinking about the new suit you need for fall and winter. Conservation during the war, and even after, is very BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. V. K fill ea. 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 Ready-to-WeDepartment 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 ar Stamps and iberty Bonds. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. IlGb, The Hartford Republican KHIDAV M., H. & (By I. D. Claire.) Mr. aienn Hnrnos left yesterday for San Antonla, Texas, whero he goes to spend tho winter. Ho. will Tho boy with a brand now buggy Is right up nt tho head of the make tho trip by nutomoblle. class theso automoblleless Sundays. Ensign William Mooro, of the MaHon Taylor has been acting rino Service, was hero front Friday until Monday, tho guest of lite but then the War Departparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. 1'. Moore. ment has ruled that men married slnco August 8, will be taken Just Lieut. Wlllard Lake, of Simmons, tho same as if they hadn't married who sometime ago enlisted in the at all. Army Medical Corps, left Saturday Mo and Tinslcy has filed our apfor Newport News, to assr.ino a Hive duty. in the plication for membership Water Wagon club on and after July Mr. and Mji. C. I. Mnxey of this 1, 191!). placo received a card Wednesday, A rale old cross roads Kentucky from their son Archie K. of tho iiG P. A. announcing his safe arrival In merchant who had a lot of nccounts on his books wrote and mailed reFrance. ceipts to every body that owed him He said ho did not Mr. Henry James, representing the an ole account. State Tax Commission, was hero want to die leaving so many enemies. Wednesday, in conferonco with county commissioner Ward In regard to , People who look for fortunes rarely find 'cm, but them as are always assessment work In this county. lookln' for trouble are hardly ever Guy Hanncy, C. M.. Mnllai.i and disappointed. aie M. P. Chumley, of Slmnioni, planning to lowor the Ihn, at that With most people, beln' good aint place, to half mast December 1. tho a virtue; It's a weakness. . date of stopping tho broworie. WIntor Is tho favorite season with It you are between the ages of IS the coal dealers. and 45 and own an automobile you night .The big rain Wednesday should be careful how you burn gaso- lino on Sunday. Tho penality of being furnished lots-o- f us broke Tellers an put in class 1 has been Inflicted in a excuse for not goln' to tho Owensboro fair. number of places. quocr-ly-lately, necessary. 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 economy. This store is the home of HART, SCHAFF-NE- R & MARX'S Fine Clothes. Strictly workmanship and styles fabrics, high-clas- s all-wo- ol They cost less in proportion to the time they last, and fit and look better besides. You can't afford to niiss 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. Itev. Walter Greep and Judge John H. Wilson will speak in The frost shore got on the punkin the interest a few nights ago. If you need well or drain tile go to W. E. ELLIS & Ilro. SKITKMIIKH 27 E. R. R. TIME T1BLB, 9:05 a. m. Hev. Walter Greep preached two interesting sermons af the Christian church here Sunday. louth Bound, No. 116 Duo at Hartford Korth Bound, No. 114 4 Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Tratm.) Messrs. Jesse Byers and Carson Myers, of Horso Branch Route 1, wore Tuesday. 6.46 p. m. in Hartford' Dr. B. P. Tlchenor and Mrs. Tichc-no- r, of Cresent City, Fla., are visiting relatives In tho county. I Personal News or tho Liberty Loan at Arnold SunTho possum and sweet tater seaday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Everybody Invited, and singers especially son is right on us now. urged to bo present. .1 know a feller whose pet name for The sweetMr. Willlo Lewellyn, of Sallsaw, his sweetheart is Pug. Oklahoma, Is spending a few days heart is as pretty as a pink, but that with relatives and friends in the is m,oro'n I'd say for tho name. county. Mr. Lewellyn is a former Ohio The war will be over on next July county boy, but has been in Oklahoma the 1st I mean tho war on liquor, for tho past twelve years. not that in Europe. . of Mr. and Mrs. Cody Gaines, If the President fixes the prlco on Owensboro, came up to Fordsvllle, Saturday to spend a few days with cotton low enough then me and Mr. Gaines' parents.Mr. and Mrs. Sam Arthur Kirk won't wear such holey Gaines. Mr. Galnes.ls an employe of sox. tho Owensboro postoffice. When a ou havo Backache tho liver or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. Mr. Georgo M. Johnson returned Try Sanol, it does wonders for the Monday from Mississippi, where he liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial had gone to look over the country 50c bottle will convince you. Get it 4C-with a view to locating. After seeing at tho drug storo m George decided that Ohio tho country i GOOD ROADS NOTES. county would do for a while yet. Tho following seventeen counties havo voted tho 20 cent road tax: Carrol, Henry, Owen, Grant, Shelby, Franklin, Estill, Owsley. Wolf, Martin, Plko, Letcher, Muhlenberg, Livingston, Fulton and Nelson. What Is tho matter with your county? Why doesn't your county adopt the of road maintenance? E. P. BAFNES 5SKVSSS & BR0. 1 Beaver Dam, Kentucky. MSTOS V Star Theatre HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and Social Mr. Buck Thomas, was In town Tuesday. Miss Leila Glenn left last week The district exemption board has for Harrisburg, Arkansas, where sho given out notices that after October Eueots. !: goes to do school work. 8 hear motions and appeals only upon affidavits filed, will hear no Mrs. Alice Hobinson, of Illinois, is attorneys, nor witnesses, except those visiting her mother, Mrs. Ann that may bo especially summoned benear White Hun. of Narrows, fore it. :: September Qf PERSHING'S Monday, All - t iv A good five room bouso in HartWo shall again warn thoso writwas in ford, closo to dopot, for sale cheap. Attorney Otto Martin ing news letters to this paper that - 12t4 I.eltchrield, on legal business, MonSeo J. B. TAPPAN. under no circumstances will unsigned lotters bo published. Wo do not Mr. T. J. Jones, of Hot Springs, name but wo Hay Steven, a soldier at Camp Tay- Ark., is visiting his mother, Mrs. publish tho writer's for must know who is responsible lor, to visiting relatives at Magnn this Fannlo Gentry, near Prentiss. statements made. week. Mr. Alva Palmer, rural mall carrlor Don't forget that tho Government Miss Mattlo Tlchenor spent Satur of Itouto 1, McIIenry, moved from has ordered us to drop all subscriband Sunday with relatives at Hartford to McIIenry Tuesday. day ers from our list who aro more than Contortown. Mr. M. L. Hcavrln attended tho big three months in arrears on Novemwant jkpF W. A. Johns, of Nelson, was Republican meeting at tho Scolbach ber 1, or closo shop. We don't you from our list. Glvo tho or Mrs. C B. Smith Saturday Hotel, in Louisville, Tuesday night. to lose a guest matter your attention now. and Sunday. Mrs. Ollio Barnett has gono to Louisville to spend a few days with Mr. E. P. Mooro, who Is employed Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blackburn, of a weo bit or a girl ut her brother, Mr. Sam A. Anderson. at Akron, Ohio, spent from Friday McIIenry, have until Monday with his family hero. their house. Tho latest report on liquor prlcos Ills son, Ensign William Moore, of McIIenry, is ? 2.5,0 a pint, accord- - tho United States marines, accomEastman Kodaks, films anil sup- at ing to report made to tho County At- -j panied him to Akron, whero ho will plies, ut tornoy. spend a few hours on his way to an TAPPAN'S. J. 12t4 Atlantic port. "on. A. S. Bennett. Secretary Ro- McLean Mrs. Charloy McDanicl,. cf Mr, Dick McConnolli of Simmons, Wit- - l'uuntun dwi uhuiw wiuuimw, ui COU nty is tho guest of Airs. J. H. ll...l..a.flln nam... ejmiuujr (1.1,1. lilt. received a letter, dated September 1, ijuuiav uiu, diiujii. Ollt.ilnl. win, uo Hums this weok. from his son, Bov McConnell, who fathor hero. was recently wounded In Franco, Decatur, Mrs. S. E, Bennett, of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pirtlo, of stating that ho was getting along Is visiting relatives in this Alubania. Prentiss, visited tho family of Mr. nicely and would bo ablo for duty county this week. Garfield Barnard at Dundeo Friday by tho time tho letter would read. Mr, McConnell. Saturday. Tho Fordsvlllo Draded school is and staging a county school fair for SatEyes tested, glasses and frames Miss Agnes Williams, of Rob Roy, urday October 19. carefully adjusted. You loso If you and Mrs. Ois Williams, of Liberty, havo returned homo from a dollght-fu- l fall to'get our prices first. Nineteen teachon. appeared for visit with Miss Hosslo Jan. agin J. H. TAPPAN. ut tho Superintendent's and Clyto Taylor, at Jennings, La. Jewolor and Optician. and Saturday. Eigh- 12t4 office Friday While In tho south the ladies visltod teen of thorn woro women. Honda Faugh t and Inua Ronfrow tho Aviation Fields at Lal.o Charles. wero married at tho court Uuum, by Mrs. Lula Coppago. who makes her County Attorney 'A. D. Klrlc and hor daughtor, Mrs Otto llev. Iluieoir Wnlkats Saturday. The homo with an oxtend-e- d young paoplo' live in the eastern part Coiumimwoaltlis Attprney. O. H. Martin, has roturiiod from Smith went out Tuesday afternoon 'of tho county. visit with relatives in' Missouri. patrol-syste- CRUSADERS Following the Flag to France. I Released by the Committee on Public Information, J Geo. Creel, Chairman. i Taken by U. S. Signal Corps and Navy Photograph- - t ers French General Staff. I Shelby, Jefferson, Woodford, Scott and Bourbon counties are oiling their roads to prescrvo thorn. Try to improve ono of the old badly located and badly drained roads of your county and you will appreciate the valuo of good engineering. How many men aro competent pass on tho work, of engineers? to Practically everything that is ot use to mankind is the work or an engineer. Think over tho abovo assertion. Remember tho 20 cent road tax will bo vltcd on in Ohio county at tho regular election November 5. mm KAHM FOK SAIiE. 70 aero, hill miles north of Owensboro road. W. A C See What Our Boys Are Doing in t France. The Truth About the War. Uncle Sam's Answer to the Lies of the Hun. wignt: 7:a. Mattinee: 30c ; Adults 50c ; war tax included. Children z-- 4. f J. " and valley farm, Hartford on tho Cheap, terms easy. R. CARSON, Ht4p Hartford, e H. .1. $ 1 NOTICE TO DISCONTINUE ROAD. Ohio County Court. Hon. Mack Cook, Judgo: Wo, tho undersigned land owners of Ohio county, respectfully petition tho discontinuance of tho following public road, Tho public road from what Is kuown as tho Gfx'er trebtlo of the Illinois Central railroad and nt Vlie Oweniboro and Loltehflofd road to tho road from Tom Koown's past the Jama Murphy and It. L. Owen lands toward '.ion ohurali and to-wl- t: I Haynosville, being tho road lying along tho lands of Joe Cheek, W. J. Greor, Willlo Wells, James Howard and Arch Cooper, becauso tho petitioners say that bald roud is not of HUlllcient public use or of not sufto the general ficient Importance traveling public as to warrant Its continuance as a county road, and thoy say that whatever, If any, that might result from the discontinuance of suid roud ean be remedied by the otabllhnint of private- passways or sufficient convenience and accommodation or tho persons whoso lands abut said road. This August 31, 19 IS. J. P. CHRRK. 13t2 WILLIK WKLLS Ho you get up at night? Sanol is surely tho best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives reliof la zi nours lorm an uacicacho and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. M5J and $1.00 u bottle at 40-tho drus storo. yr CHURGHIACERLY GETS READY FOR VOLUHTEER DAYS DENOMINATIONALISM IS SWEPT ASIDE FOR PARTICIPATION IN WIDE SPREAD MOVEMENT. T li' vPk Don't let hur? si'Aix ovmmu.v fhe Hun WITH 1IUX SPIKS Mndrhl, Spain is n hotbed of German csplonngo nnd intrigue Sensational chnrgpw nro rife thnt oven somo Spanish local ofllcefn aro in tho pay with of the Gorman govoruniout, scores of other Germans and Spaniards. It has been tho constant complaint of well Informed Spalulnrds, especially thoo who dwell near tho coast, thnt the German submarines which destroy Spanish ships nro In contemptuous disregard of Spanish neutrality, nro nldcil lb- - theso Spanish nnd Gor- iinnn spies on shore. It Is also charged that the Germans nnd their frlonds havo organized a complete system of espionage from Ay anion to, at tho I'ortugticso frontier on tho snutli- west, nnd thnt tho Cnunrles nnd tho Hnlenrlc Islands nro particularly busy centers of submarine activity. All this is commonly said and generally believed, hut except In flagrant cases, such as the escape of tho from Calnls or tho discovery of tho 'submarine depot at Cnrtcgona, caus ing nn outburst of iudiguntlon in tho Liberal press and compelling the notice of tho government, but little at tention is paid to these violations of Spanish neutrality. A colored poster recently was cir culated showing that nearly a quarter of the Spanish mercantile marine has been destroyed and ovur fifty Spanish sailors killed by Gonnnn submarines. of the Tho suspicious torpedoing French vessel, Provence, off the northeast coast recently led to tho allegation thnt tho port commandment nt Palamos conveyed timely information as to the sailing of ships anil their cargoes to the Gonnnn spy chiefs. Ho Is now in prison awaiting ' DIRECTORY CIBCUIT COUltT. I A is on the Run! Judge II. W, Slack, Owcnsboro. Com'lli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart JEWS READY FOR BOND SALE Archbishop Glonnon Says the Spirit of Willingness Is the Thlno to Consider. I ' I g- - . f MA irvrk nfmmmw &fesK f Cl .l I M&$ rr'1 H escape the Ammunition. " . ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Muster Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. 'Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Koown, Wilson. Clerk Polldo Judgo John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. Ch'm'n. Hoard HOCKPOHT. James ItushJuR Hunt. "t. Hartford. 1st Mondny In March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 3d Mondny in September 12 days Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUNTV COU11T. IIEAVKK DAM. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshnl It. F. Slovens. KOKDSVILLK. i Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Police Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. Marshnl Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. Dlv. No. m I 4 t i I:. Church loaders nro cnRcr to show to tho world on Volunteer Days, Sept that the spirit of tho pooplo ol America still remnins firm, and that they havo not boaun to fight na thoy Intend to do with tho wenpons thnt (hey possess. Thoy welcome tho opportunity to phow how many bonds of tho Fourth Liberty Loan they nro ready to invest In without an solicitation. The Church Is tho leading Institution of tho land, they say, and will tako tho lead In voluntary offerings along this line. "The volunteer idea Is the right one," said Archbishop John J. mention, when asltod for his opinion. This Is tho spirit that tho democracy of America manifests hi everything tho spirit to give find to do without being asked 'or solicited. Thousands havo enlisted and other thousands in tho draft are also to bo considered as volunteers. Tho spirit of willingness Is tho thing to consider. The people of the Church will ho glad to respond on Volunteer Days." The Ritjht Spirit. Leading Rabbis of the Jewish Synagogues expressed gratification that their people wero to be accorded the privilege of showing their spirit to Eorvo freely and unasked. Their people, they said, would not lag on those days. They have already volunteered In a very vital way to help tho coming campaign. In a letter to the Liberty Loan Organization, Grand Rabbi M. Llpshltz! of Philadelphia, Pa., formerly of St. Louis, states that he will buy the first bond in his synagogue and that be and his people will talk Liberty Loan' In the meetings th"t mark the Jewish New Year and tho days that fol-- . low, leading up to Yom Klppur, the pay of Atonement. St. Louis Rabbis are also volunteers-this particular. They led off with speeches and private conversations In the interest of the Fourth Liberty Loan before they wre solicited to do bo. In fact, this has always been tho spirit of St Louis Jews in every enterprise of the Government. If it will help America, that is all we want to know, is the splendid way they ex-.. press it. ! "Church Should Lead. v,,""" tho Church should load out "S" t think on the Volunteer Days selected," Rev. Dr. William Robert King, president of the St. Louis Church Federation, said. "They should not wait to be asked or made to do their duty. It should be a pleasure, as I believe It will be, for church people to show their splendid volunteer spirit, not only on those days, but throughout tho war. "Wo sent Dr. MacFarland to France onie time since to toll the people and nation of France, Gen. Pershing and the other leaders, that tho Church of America was back of them In every needed way. Here is a practical way to show the kind of a spirit we possess tho spirit we gave in those P8-2,-mes-"ages- vL &1 l vs5rr nnw 'M ' fourth Wlberty LOcvn Moots first Monday lu each month. Judge Mnck Cook. Ky. Ky. Dlv. No 20. W. 4 Duff, Fordsvllle, i mnn nun tin WORKERS' ATTITUDE TO THE In German Sentiments by German Writers EXTRACTS GerIn the midst of tho world-war- . many lies like a peaceful garden of Sod, behind tho wall of her armios. There tho poot hoars tho giant strides 3f i fiOVERIHM Every Center In U. 8. Every Muscle Strained to Win the War Quickly. tho new armour-cla- Germany: the ... Tho nttitudo of labor toward tho German thought was shut up world war, and especially tho determi- ji bur corner, but now the world shall nation of the United States to fight lavo its coat cut according to Gorfor a victorious peace, was fittingly man measure, and ns far as our shown in tho Labor Day celebrations iworda flash and German blood flows, throughout the country. From every iho clrclo of tho earth shall come un- city, every center where labor is em- , lor the tutolago of German activity. ployed, there come reports of pledges t'Miippi, in a poem cauea to stand by the Government to the end. Limits of space, unfortunately, pre-foNever in tho history of Labor Day the submarine from fulfilling tho celebrations havo there been such out pourings of poopl. Whether' the luty of rescue. Hence it must bo weather was fair or cloudy the re- aeld to bo exempt from this duty, nnd ports are the same. In different cen- junnot bo held roeponitlblo for fall-- I ters hundreds of thousands, with mil- ng to perform it. Capt. Persius, in ' lions throughout the country dis- , Das cussed tbo problems that onter into So we may indeed say that Qermam '.ho equipment and maintenance of the American troops. Not a dissent- :haracter, so far as it has penetratod. ing note was heard to the pledge of ,he nations, is now representing and carrying on the work, but the labor lefendlng the moral and spiritual leaders, supporting the rank and flic ' lohlevement of the whole of tho old in the theory that it is a fight to ad- European world. So we may say that vance the intemst of labor and man- Europe's existence, and indeed the kind, demanded a vigorous prosecu- fate of the wholo white raco every-- ' tion of plans to koep the support of ivhero, doponds on the victory of Ger- nnn7. Henry Marr, Deutsclilands the soldiers at top notch. ' The support ofny the government is I neuo Elnlgkelt. "quarter. Ono not restricted" To-aA sturdy German egoism must branch of labor is Just as specific and in support of tho work :haracterizo all political notion. The Every branch trlod to first principle of our policy, both nt ns another. homo and abroad, must be that. In cutdo the others in pledging in whatever Is asked by tho Gov- everything that happens, those who ernment toward tho accomplishment are most German should come off experience a sense , best, while others of a successful issue of the war. It Is natural that the union labor of discomfort. F. Langc, Relnos coming Deutschtum. members discussed the Fourth Liberty Loan Issue of bonds. January 31st', 1915: "The battery Everywhere there was a corresponding determination to see that men firod 190 fuie and percussion sholls carrying a card subscribe for an on the cathedral of Solssons. Tho amount equal to tho maximum savings belfry and tho nave havo bean hit if the worker. Every worker real- Boveral times: in the navo fire has izes tbat the Investment of a Liberty been observed to break out. It has Bond is superior to any other invest- not been posslblo yet Berlously to ment in the world both in security damage the belfry." February 2nd: "Stonger battery and In return. Not only was there an apparent disposition to buy person- 'fired on the cathedral, aiming partic-ally, but also to Impress upon others ularly at the belfry. Out of 29 shrap the necessity for supporting the Gov- nel sholls fired 16 wero hits." February 25th: "Supply of muniernment financially. tions: 199 sholls left, 21 spent (catbo-dral).- " The Church, whether in the small Notebook of a Siege Dattery town or in the city, has never waited AT HAND Commander. to bo called upon in any matter of FIRST SUBSCRIPTION duty. Instead it has taken the lead Order for$5W Become. From Off BA) NEWS FOR THE KAISER and done the asking. No man could eay ho was not given an opportunity Flood of Dollars Loosed by Fourth to do his part In any enterprise that The first subscription for Fourth Loan to Bring Back Victory. concerned the war or the Government. Liberty Ronds to reach headquarters "We here at home havo an opportun3f some other agency or Individual was received Monday. ity to send the Germans somo bad did not reach him and the chances Tho purchaser lives In Funchal, on are they did he could not run the the Madeira Eland, 400 miles off tbo news. Tho Gormans havo great re-- I gauntlet of church leaders and pri- wost coast of Africa. The order waB speot for monoyj they know its value in waging war. They know, too, that vate workers reported by W. P. Krotchmar, of1 tbo support the American people give, Creed Not Considered. Greenville, Stato Chairman for Mis- a Government loan measures largely Of the people who bought bonds sissippi. the support they give their Govern1n the other campaigns without solicThe subscription Is for f500, and ment, the moral as well as the finanitation a very large majority of them Mr. Kretchmnr will see that the order worn members of some particular Is placed through tho proper channels. cial support they give their armies in church, and many church organiza- Inasmuch as the campaign does not the field. A tremendous subscription to tho tions purchased bonds as a volunteer open until September 28, and because Fourth Liberty Loan will bo as disoffering to tho Government. of the vast distance from which the During tho two days set apart for subscription came, it indicates tho In- tressing to the Gorman people as a devolunteer subscriptions to be made terest taken in tho forthcoming loan. feat for them on. the battle field, and it will mean as much. It spells their on tho part of tho people and Institudefeat; it breaks thotr moralo; It BRAZIL NOW IN WAR. tions services will bo held, sermons Word comes from Paris that mem- means power to their enomles. A preached from the pulpit and pat' rlotlc addresses delivered by lenders bers of tho Brazilian Medical Mission subscription to the loan is a contribution to German defeat and American wero arriving in Finnco and aro end others. a warm welcome from French victory. 1b expected that millions of It worth of bonds will ho taken In officials and citizens. DO NOT HESITATE. This advanced guard announces this way on theso two days. The' If our soldier boys deliberated as American people, and that Includes that tho Brazilian troops will bo along long over doing their duty as some of tho Church of America of every creed shortly, ready to aid in the war our people at home hesitate over doing' and faith, will turn up a Liberty Loan against tho llun and help to make tho theirs the victory would be doubtful. mbhcrlptlon through the bplrlt of vo- country sufo for democracy. It is a sort of financial cowardice to lunteering so great that tho Hun will If tho right kind of a tcsponso bo hesitate to put your money in United have no further doubts of America's made on Volunteer Days Sept. 28 States government securities, and to elms In tho war. and 29 tho Fourth Liberty Loan Cam- deliberate over the wisdom and patriotpaign will bo given such au impetus ism, of tho investment 1b to hesitate In France and Kngland all tho loans that tho allotted throo weeks will not in supporting our soldiers, to prosecute the war are tnlton by bo icqulred to soil tho bond issue. Volustoer on volunteer Day and Volunteer KUhscriptions. Two Volunsend a message to tho Kalsor thnt will teer Days Sept. 28 and 29 ai sot Every Amorlcan chuich in Amoricr. osldo to open the Fourth Liberty Loan will piovtdo a placo on Sunday, Sopt. sicken him of. his desire to win tho Campaign. Every one should placo 29 tho latter of tho two Volunteer world. hid valuntoor subscription on ono of Days whore subscriptions to Fourth Ilcmcmbor Volunteer Days SeptlieiM two days and not wait for tho Liberty Loan Bonds may bo received. tember 28 and 20. World-Gormany.t. I I I whole-hearteI I 1 do-lai-8 rarth trembles, tho nations shriek, !he old earth sinks into ruin. trial. (noil I 'or l(llloii-iii's- . "Two years ago I suffered from frc- Iquont attacks of stomach trouble and Seeing Chamberlain's 'biliousness. Tablets advertised I concluded to try Jthcm. I improved rapidly." Miss m JKnima Verhryke, Lima, Ohio. Jliirc Tomatoes Contracted reported to the Bureau of Crop Estimates, 1,399 canning factories 'contracted for the 19 IS production of As Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. G Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Ky. Tlnio of Meeting 1st Monday In. FISCAL COUltT. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; let Mondny In August: 1st Monday In October; 1st In January, April and Octobor. lt.t District Ed Shown, Hnrtford, Monday In December. County Hoard of Examiners E. S. Itouto 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Deny-- J Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mnson, Mrs. O. W. cr Dam. Duff. Q. n. Drown, Simmons. Hrd District Jnn. 2G nnd 20 Common School I tli District Howe, Center- - Diploma Examination. G. W. town, Mny 10 nnd 11 Common School Diploma Exntnlnntlon. 5th District W. C. DaughcVty.Unize-townMay 17 nnd IS County Teachers' (Ith District W. S. Denn, Dundee Examination (white). Mny 7th District II. F. nico, Fordsvlllo. and 2fi County Teachers' 8th District 11. C. Uhoados, Hart- Examination (colored). ford, Itouto 5. Juno 22 and 23 County nnd Examination (white). IIAUTFOKI). Juno 2S and 29 County nnd Mayor J. E. Dean. Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County and Stato Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judge C. M. Crowo. Teachers' Examination (whlto). Sept. 27 nnd 28 County nnd State Marshal E. P. Casebler. i . 2-- J Stato-TeacherStato-Tcacher- County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Ulankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Drntcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Tn.v Commissioner D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner Dr. A. D. Itlley. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Robert Goff, Roslno Ky. 213.S90 acres of tomatoes. In 1917 the same factories contracted for tho We Knock the Spots Out of Thing! Ono production of 207.671 acres. hundred and eighteen factories that did not report in 1917 havo contracted this year for the production of 1S,-1factories were acres. Eighty-nin- e French Dry Cleaned and Prentd la i reported as idle In 19 IS. Superior Manner. L&dies' and Men's 72 Garments Garments Them fl fiSa -- .- WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A -- Treatment i Send us your and Mmt ffiH&iKP1 BssssHsl'sV t5 for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION. Health About Gone Many women thousands of suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell CLEANED CLHA1S Packages called for and ucllver4. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Urn Nail, Prop. IIAIITFORD. KENTUCKY. feellnc. A quick relief tor that llred. couchi, paint In clu-il- . nlchl twealt. Iirmor eak lunei or coniuroplloo. II it do ihicet, not help you ll coli you nothlo. C FOR ONE MONTH OHIO MEDICAL CO, S" UNITO ofHayne, N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and Just suffered terribly,"' she says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." lacidSwt!MrUW3ktfR.Sai!BufanlU!t(t Builneu, Short Hand, Tpe Writing and Telegraphr Secured or Your Money Back Thli olJ uvl injlufntltt Colic enn do loach for you take tbo Drniighou Training, tha you at Uastec land toward rt I nlnra KaS 1 Aitliifu a atv.-iam ftpcurlnf a hah adfarwl iitMuiiitf fcuni uuiiimnn uiru iii'iuiKn. ty iuu rmifL Wrlto cantAko Jtatcofrpeor awarded 4Mtlon.irloma or DEAUUHOVS riMCTlC'AIj IIUSI.XEVH niLLKOr HtcUl CourvA f Uot rninirnt Kinployment.at ThowundA of auocrwf graduatf. llealn anytime. nrPAnTMKYT mil I.AI)ll'Annll,rlh..iir. rUkm ot a Laly l'rinclpal. 10U ladlp atlendlnc ibla rVulon. Cod bunk bomoa. for particular. addrrMi UCXINQTON, KY. WILBUR R. SMITH lOSITIO'N FL IJa.a LEXINGTON, KY, BUSINESS DR. J. H.THORPE THROAT, NOSE And Fitting of Glasses nUTVCMlflllfl t'V Masonic UIIUIOUUHU, ft ! Templa Ei E, EAR, I THE SEVVINQ USE LI V-VE- R-L NEW AX NOT SOLD MACHUNt OP QUALITY. TAKE For Lazy Liver and u"p ANY OTHER the Troubles of NAME. Constipation. HOME NKW HOMi: you will -lt ' CARDUI The Woman's Tonic She writes further: "1 am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel 1 owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui successfully WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Feci right nil tho time. Don't lay ofi bave n llfo asset nt tlio prlco you juiy, aud will from work for days by taking calomo not have an cndlcaa chain of repairs. keeps yoi when pleasant Llv- - Ver-La- x 't' i ,1 on your feet, whilorelievingyour troub. - '"" vy 5? Quality II le. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don ,Q tako anything else. You can't nfTorc Considered it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natit is the ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Cheapest in its effect and certain in results. II wit won't bo long before Lio- - Ver-La- x in the end completely displaco calomel in even homc.i Children can tako it freely ant to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottlo jjuur nntecd. 60c and $1 in bottles Noni you wnnt a Rewlng machine, wrlto for! If genuino without tho likeness and signu our latest eutuloyuo before you purchase. turo of L. Kt Grigsby. For salo by The New Home Swing Machine Co., Orange, Mass.) x H. W1L.LIAM8. - H&rtfort If you purchaw) tlio ?yi' JEnm WUmSL jjaw g tJL Zjgj Z 1 I fEvcgIMa" Wants' VMt ! II nCH . .!. Jl J ... DiMolvcd In water for douche atopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia rmldium Med. Co. for leu yArZ PV3 7- -I KT.ireV .U klai Hi That' M VnJV ' Cardui a trial. AU Druggists Succetd when everything else falls, in uervcu'l pro&tratio untl "cabness: they ure the remedy, ni thousands havo teutiAcd. it nrncnu JILfl I .' i'OR KIDNF.Y. LIVER AND STOrACHTROUBLE 't is the tat medicine ever cold over adtugfjls'a counter. yore throat nnd oro -. fcoUcltors. .i.-- J cye. Economical. axtrjtftIIiTia(i !.I aue.iln hr.o. JOc, all dacguli. cr uu.n.LI -- Mrr ' "Jaa.i.T?. V i a ' I LITTIiK KCONOMIKS PAY 1)10. WILL YOU HELP si OURBOYSABROAD? Every Man, Woman and Child Can Join to Send News of This Town Into the Front Line Trenches. WHOLE NATION MOVES TO BANISH SOLITUDE Our ' Heroes Arc Calling From Give What You Over There Can to Help Those From Home. IntiTi'MU'd In tlio boys Ills homo town now Eery cltlt'ii of r nt the front, mill In tho bruo women who t'iin1ly tiro sonlng their country nlinmil, Iimh itn opportunity to show his appreciation ,of the Hiicrillcc tlii'y iiro making. The opportunity conies as a result of tliu generosity ami thought of Colonel WI1-- . Hum Hojce TlinmpMiii of New York, who has coucclusl ami put Into execution w lint Is known as thu Home Pa- per Son Ice. Under the plan, every man ami woman In foreign service will receive the town newspaper, anil .so he Kept In constant touch with tin; places ami the people they know ami love. Kery lirauch of the United Slates (o eminent Is Interested In the plan. The Go eminent realizes the Importance of keeping those In the service Imppy mid constantly In touch with 'their home ties ami association. Noth-,1ns- ; Is more depressing In a national emergency than the spirit of loneliness in those serving their country, anil officials know that nothing can dispel this feeling more effectually than rend-'luthe home town newspaper. Publishers of newspapers In all parts iof the country this newspaper Included have grasped with pleasure the plnn outlined by Colonel Thompson, In ami they have agreed to every way. Under the ruling of the War Industries Hoard newspaper publishers nre forbidden to send their newspapers free, even to soldiers. The newspaper must be subscribed for In the regular way, the only exception being soldiers who formerly were In the employ of the newspaper nnil who left that serv. lee to enlist. Colonel Thompson therefore proposes that the public In each coinmuiilly contribute to a fund so Hint the home newspaper (In our case this newspaper) may reach every man and woman now In the service of his country. An; one may contribute to the fund, and any sum maybe contributed. It Is not necessary to contribute the entire amount of one subscription. It does not matter whether the rich man sends In one hundred dnllnr or the poor boy fir little girl sends In live cents. Kacti gift will he a message of love and helpfulness to the home town folks "Over There." The money will be lumped Into one fund, out of which subscriptions will be entered as fast us the money Is received. Contributors who snd In tin full price of u year's subscription may, If they wish, designate to what particular person they wish the newspaper sent, hut If the name gheu Is already listed as receiving the paper, then the publisher reserves the right to npply thu subscription to some less fortunate soldier boy or noble woman who Is Just as lonely fur news of home and home folks. The name of eery contributor to this home paper service will be published In this newspaper, mid the name of owryono entered for a subscription will be published as well as the number of those remaining whose subscriptions have not been covered. t If the amount of money received shall be more than Is necessary to send the paper to every person from the town now In the service, then the balance will be turned over to thu Ited , i (I.os Angeles Tlmos.) In Unglond ovory passenger on tho Btreot cars nntl omnibuses rcpclvcs a small ticket in receipt for his faro. Uy Hlmply reducing tlio slzo of this ticket by half an Inch tho London County Council reports n saving of 100 tons of pulp per nniium. In Qrent A thread mnnufneturor Urltnln reports a. saving of 1G0 tons of pulp per annum by affixing but ono tiny lahol on tho end of tho spool of thread In placo of one at each ond as was formerly tho prnctlce. Tho question of seii8clcs3 waste of paper In tho mntter of handbills was dealt with, and it wns CHtlinntcd that jnoro thnn 1,000 tons of pulp wcro nlmoluto waste in this connection, since more than hnlf the handbills wero n incro litter in tho streets and on front poarches and never rend. Uy making railroad tickets half tho thickness England has saved 100 tons of pulp. Uy using post cards Instead of paper and envelopes tho numerous societies and organizations In Grent ltrltan hnvo saved COO tons of pulp n year. This brings us nnturnlly to review of the wasto for which California is responsible In tho thousands of tons or stnto printing recklessly and often uselessly Issued by every department of tho Government, to say nothing of tho nvalnncho of election lltcrnturo which strews our ponrches. And, worst of all, the colossal wasto of tho United Stntcs Printing Ofllco. m t g Swellings of the flesh caused by Inflammation, cold, fractures of the hone, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can bo relieved by applying It should Mallard's Snow Liniment. ho well rubbed In over the "part affected. Its great healing and penetrating power cases the pain, reduces swelling and restores natural conditions. Prlco 25c, fiOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. tn ci.emu.ncv shown condemned summers Washington, Sept.21. Three soldiers sentenced by court martial to ho shot, have beon shown clemency by President Wilson, It was disclosed In orders made public today by tho War Department. Private Vincent Form, Sixteenth Infantry, found guilty of sleeping on his post as u sentinel In Franco was sentenced to death, but General Pershing recommended becauso there was but a slnglo witness to the offense that the sentence be commuted to dishonorable discharge and thrco years' confinement nt hard labor. This rec- by the lommendntlon wns approved President who earlier In the war par iu doned two winners, sentenced death, for sleeping at their posts. Private Herman Ladenson, 154th depot brigado was found guilty of having deserted at Harrisbufg. Pa and sentenced to he shot. The President approved tho finding hut commuted tho sontenco to dishonorable discharge and fifteen years at hard labor. Prlvato Gcorgo Hams, 122nd Infantry, found guilty of deserting at Camp Wheeler,' Ga., after his regiment had received oversoas service orders also was given a death I sen-ton- the court martial. President Wilson confirmed tho sontenco but by discommuted It to dishonorable charge and thirty years at hard labor at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. For a Weak Stomach. '8 Tho great relief afforded by Tablets In a multitude of cases has fully proven tho great valuo of this preparation for a weak stomach and Impaired digestion. In many cases this relief has hecomo permanent and sufferers hnvo been comin pletely restored to hoalth. Cham-horlain- Cross. - ' The plan Is endorsed by tlin publisher of this newspaper without any thought of protlt, either directly or Indirectly, hut with n sincere desire to help Veep the home tires burning and to send to our heroes and heroines news of our town, to Keep their hearts warm for us and to let them know they are constantly In our minds. The publisher, of course, cannot 'make n profit on circulation, and additional circulation such as tills will lit sent circulation from far across the sea can have no ndded value to the advertiser. These, facts are stilted so that every contributor may feel thnt every cent contributed goes to the good cause. The mothers of our hoys aru facing an ordeal with a bravery that commands respect mid admiration. Hero and there where tiny stars are turned from blue to gold, where anguish grips the heart, the nation Hands In silence and honors tlio women who hue given of their blood, thu very bone of their hone, to their country. To them, homo lms lost Its meaning the soul of It bus fled there Is no home, It Is Just u place, and no place is qulto so lonely, unless It bo within the hearts of those brave sons In far off Franco who long for Just n word of home. There cun-nho u man, there cannot be a woman, no, not even a child, who will full to contribute just a little to niako the hearts of these patriots lighter. JNot oue. Not In our town. Whon you have an achoy, stretchy feeling and you nro dull, tired and discouraged it Is a sign of approaching malaria or chills. You should act quickly to ward off an attack. Herblno offers you tho help you need. It destroys tho malarial gorm.drlves out all Impurities and makes you fool bright, vigorous and cheerful. Prlco COc. Sold lly Ohio County Drug Co. ' m OHIO CIRCUIT COUItT. Anna J. Glbbs, Guardian, Plaintiffs ot al., vs. Notice. Daniel Rngon Glbbs, Defendants et al.. Vursuant to a Judgement and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit court entered at Its September term, for tho purposo of a sale and division or tho proceeds among tho' parties entitled theroto, 1 will offori for sale at public outcry to the high- est and best, bidder, at tho court hoiiho door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, October, 7th, 1918, at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m.,1 upon u credit ot six and twelvo months tho following described pro'- Certain tracts of perty, land In Ohio County, Kentucky, in 19-18, to-w- lt: ( ot Said property was acquired by D. F. Glbbs from Hollo Dakcr, et al., by deed recorded In deed book 30, page 343, Ohio County Clerk's office Lot No. 9 A lot of ground in the town of Itockport, Ky., bounded and olllce. described as follows; Deglnnlng at Lot No. 2. A certain lot in the a stone on tho cast side of Main town of Itockport, Ky., Deglnnlng at Btrect as southwest corner of tho O' n stone 1G7 feet south from Spring Laughltn lot; thence running south St. on the eastern northern and south 35 feet, then east 132 fcet to Long Eliza Dennett lot line; thenco con- street; thence North 35 feet, thence tinuing south with said line, passing west 132 feet to the beginning, tocorner of same at 30 feet to a stone gether with the buildings and all 1G2 foot from beginning corner, this appurtenances therewith belonging. stono holng tho Jackson-Wakolan- d Deed to said property Is of record corner; thenco with this Jackson-Wakolan- d in Commissioner's deed book, G. pago lino east 31G feet to a 27S, Ohio County Clerk's office. stone, a beech call for In the Wake-lau- d Lot No. 10 A certain house and deed; thence N. W. with the lot In the town of Itockport, Ohio Jnckton-Wakelan- d lino 184 feet to h county, Ky., known) ns the O'Laugh-li- n stone; thence wCst parallel with store bouse and hounded as folSpring Street 171 feet to the begin- lows: Deglnnlng1 at the corner of ning stone corner. Mill and Main streets; thenco down Said lot was acquired by D. F. Main 10 E. 24 feet to a stako on Ann Main street; thence nt right angle Glbbs by deed from Martha Wakeland, et al, by deed of record E 10 N 132 fcet t0 a stako. tlience in N 10 w 24 feet to Mill street; In the Ohio County clerk's oinco 'thence with Mill street to the bo- tled hook 2G, page 541. Lot No. 3. A certain lot in the ginning, town of Itockport, Kentucky ,an,'. Sald'property acquired by D. F. bounded as follows: Deglnnlng at cibbs by deed from L. F. Glbbs and i stone 58 feet and C Inches from a 'Wifo 0f record In the Ohio County stone i,n Spring St., on the eastern, Clerk's olllce in deed book 25, page north and south line of' the Eliza 149. Dennett lot; thence continuing the Lot No. 11. A certain lot or parcel same line 9S feet G inches to a stone; of land in tho town of Itockport, Spring Ohio county, Kentucky, being part of thence east parallel with Street 171 feet G Inches to a stone the Wells lot located on west side in Mrs. E. L. Jackson's line; thence of High Street and shown in town N. W. with the Jackson and Wake- plat as No. 38 and bounded as folland line 109 feet to a stone; tlience lows, viz: Deglnnlng at a stone on High west parallel with spring street, 131 Street and an alley (name unknown) feet to a stone, beginning corner. Said lot was acquired by D. F. thenco north with said High Street Glbbs by deed from Martha Ann 50 feet to a stone; thence west paralWakeland and others, which deed Is lel with said alley 1G0 feet to Pine of record In deed hook 30 pago 34 1, Street;thence south with said Pino Ohio County Clerk's olllce. street 50 feet to said alley. Thence Lot No. 4. One house and lot east with said alley 160 feet to the situated in the town of Itockport, ' beginning, containing 8,000 sq. feet, Ky., known as the Sam Maples place more or less, Said property was acquired by D. and bounded as follows: Degiunlng at tho South E. corner on Pino St., F. Glbbs by deed from John Eaves, thence N. 10 West 184 feet to a dated January 16, 1906, and record- stake on Church St., thenco west 10 ed In deed book 33, page 600, Ohio south 115 feet to a stake; thence S. County Clerk's office, 10 west 1S4 feet to a stake; thence Purchaser will be required to exeE. 0 north 115 feet to a stake the cute bond Immediately after sale for the purchaso price of said property, beginning corner. Said lot was acquired by deed from and a lien will be retained on said S. O. Maples, et, al, recorded in deed p'roperty as additional security. Given under my hand this tho 19th book 30, page 17, Ohio County day of September, 1918. Clqrk's office. OTTO C. MAItTIN, Lot No. 5. A certain lot or parMaster Commissioner. cel of. land lying In the town of Ohio Circuit Court. Itockport, Ohio County, Ky., and known as the east half of lots No. Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. 23 and 24, and bounded as follows, MASTKIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE. viz: Ohio Circuit Court. Beginning on south east corner on Cemetery Street; tlience N. 10 W. Alice Woodburn, et al., Plaintiffs. ' Vs. Notice of sale. 132 feet to a stake on Bluff Street; thenco west 10 S. 79 feet and 3 Arthur Her, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order inches to a stake on Bluff Street; of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court thence S. 132 feet to a stako In any alley; thenco E. lON. 79 feet and 3 rendered at its Sept. term, 1918, In the above styled action, for tho purinches to the beginning. Said lot was acquired by D. F. pose of a sale and distribution of the Glbbs from S. D. Robertson and wife PceedB among the Joint owners of by deed of record In deed- hook 25. ,tho mml here,n "escribed, I will offer pago 413, Ohio County Clerk's office. for sal nt IubIIc outcry to the hlS"-Lhol,8 No. 6. A certain lot situated c,at aml best bIl,dor at tno court ,n j1"1 rd' on Monday. Rock-- 1 !oor. Street in tho town of or. six and port, Ohio county, Ky., bounded on lucioucr i, iv is, on credit twelvo months, at about tho hour of the north by Main Street; on the one o'clock P. M., tho following de east by Mrs. J. R. Layton's lot; on t: scribed property, tho south by north street; and on tho Certain tracts of land situated In west by tho Harrel lot; Deglnnlng Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as at a stone on south sldo of snld Main follows: street, northwest corner of tho Lay-to- u Tract No. 1. Deglnnlng at an nBh, lot; thonco south with tho Lay-to- n south cornor of school lot, In 'A. Har-rel- 's lino 180 feot to a stone on north lino; thenco S. 47 E. 12 poles to street; thenco west with north a stako near a black gum and maple, street to a stone, south cast corner 7. Harrol's and Coal company's corof said Harrel lot; thence north with ner: thenco N. 32 V E. 40 V-- noles to Harrel's lino to a stono on Main a 8,une near a ml oaki T- - Cartor.8 street; thenco east with said Main cornur. thonco N. 47 w. 44 polos and street 7G feet to tho beginning. 17 1nkg t0 a Btalj0( uelnK carter's Said lot was acquired by D. rlcornori thenco S. 43 W. 23 poles to Glbbs by deed of record in deed book a atako , cornor ol 8Ci,ool iot; thenco 29, pago 143, from D. B. Rhoads and wUh no of scIlO0, ,ot s 45 Ei 39 others. polos and 12 links to tho beginning. Lot No. 7. Ono houso and lot containing 7.9C ucres. lo situated near tho town of Itockport', Tract No. 2 Deglnnlng at a county, Ky., and oast of said 'nor near scliool house at S. W. Cornor town, boing tho tamp lot conwKd of tract; thonco N. 83 E. 34 poles and by Hannah Phippr to Eugene C.ilna 13 links to a cornor near well; thonco by deed dated January 24, 1903,' n, C1& E. 13 polos and 0 links to and recorded In Ohio county Clerk's the cornor near school building; ofllco iu deed hook No. 31, pago 437, thonco N. 46 V& W. CO poles and 13 and boundod as follows, viz: links to cornor in lane to "Hati"; nt a stono corner ot J. Ij. thonco S. C2Vj W. 23 poles and 5 Shultz's lot; thenco with said Shultz links to corner In said luno; thenco S. line N. 48' W. C poles to the west, 14' K. 7 polos and 4 links to tho W. C 3 Mandy Martin lino; thenco N. 80 cornor; thenco S. E. c K. 4 poles and 3 links to Mamly Mara stono; tlience 8. 48 poles to K. 24 tin's corner; thonco S. 9 polos to a stono; thenco N. 411. poles and 20 links to beginning, con3 poles to tho beginning. acres, moro or less. Said property was acquired by 1). taining 8 Tract No. 3 A part of lot No. 3C P. Glbbs from Eugene Chinn and wlfo by deed datod March 9, 1907, J In tho towu of Itockport as shown on , . ot ain on-M- tho town of Itockport, Ky., and bounded as follows: Lot No,l. A certain lot In tho tho town of Itockport, Ky., Begln-nln- g nt a stono In tho N. W. corner of said lot, this stono being set on south side of Spring St., the corner to this lot and tho Eliza Dennett lot, being at a point 120 foot cast on Spring St. from tho N. E. cornor, of the Cook or GIbhs lot; thenco southomly GS feet and C inches with tho Eliza Dennett lot lino to a stono thenco castornly 131 feet parallel with Spring Street to a stone; thenco northcrnly 02 feet to a stone on Spring Street, thenco west 105 foot with Spring Street' to tho beginning stono comer. Which lot tho said D. F. Glbbs acquired from Mnrtha Ann Wakeland, et al, by deed of record In deed book 4G, pago G42, Ohio County Clerk's which deed is not yet recorded. Lot No. 8. Ono hnlf of the eastern part of a town lot In the town of Itockport, Ohio county Ky., known on tlio town plat ns lot No. 87 and bounded as follows, viz: Deglnnlng nt the south Intersection of church and Short streets; thenco with Short Street tn a northerly direction about ISO fcc,t to North Street; thenco W. with North Street about 125 feet to a point midway between Short and Long street; thence S. parallel with Short street about 180 feet to Church street; thenco E. with Church street about 125 feet to Short street, tho bcgln-nln- &ct Contents fZ RIA 15 Fluid Draohn CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. IiiATii.iMiL4 Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria '.. rt3-! rii tezyjjK i sr& UAfik ikV sweep r ?cP-- g. 8 ' similalinaihcroodbyRcta-unmimjm.'"'"'-1"""- 7z, vi'i?- - ix i ri El'iTrii tTd'HH'i "Thcrctii'lVoniotiniSDWcslion neither Opnim.Mornatncnor Mineral. 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M upon u credit of six and twelvo months tho followprovements thereon. ing described property, to-Tract No. 4 Lots Noa.'42 and 43 A tract of land In Ohio cotintv. iu said town as shown by tho map of Ken uck), bounded und descibed a.i said town, fronting on Pino Streot, follows?: A tract or parcel of land In Ohio a distance of 1C6 fcet and running County, Ky., on tho parallel with Muff Street, a dlstanco Rochester public road Hartford and and boundod of 128 feot to an alloy . as follows: On tho north by the lands ot D. J. coal underlying trancts Nos. All the 3 and 4 has heretofore been sold and Miller, Arthur Miller and W. L. convoyed to tho Itockport Coal Com- ot W. J.nnd on tho west by tho 'an da Adkins, S. W. Maddox. und pany, on the south by tho lauds ot C. T. Tho purchaser will bo required to Kitchens and T. J. Hoops una tho oxecuto bond Immediately nftor salo Parudtso and Pinchlco road; und on it to-wl- tho 111 tip of said town and fronting on muff Streot, a dlstanco of 80 f.eot j Orow-barg- er, i cor-Oh- A Hon will with approved security. also ho retained on said land as ad ditional security. Given under my hand this tho 10th day ot September, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 1213 John 1). Wilson, Attorney. s M.iKTKK COMMISSIONHK'H S.l,K. Ui K-- 2-- Ohio Circuit Court. Mlshla Elder, et nl.. Plaintiffs. of Salo. Herbort D, Elder, et ul., Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and or-dof salo of the Ohio Circuit Court entered at Its Soptembor, 1918, torin, for tho purposo of a salo and division ot the proceeds tuuoug tho parties en Ys.-Notl- or tho east by Richard Shields and Hill Phlpps (ot color), containing ono acres moro hundred und forty-fou- r or loss, reserving all mineral us convoyed to T. J. Smith by Geo. W. Shultz, which deed to said mineral Is of record In olllco of tho clerk of tho Ohio County Court. The purposo ot this deed is to convoy to Mrs. InMlshla Eldor u terest In said laud and to hor four named horeln children interest In said land. Purchaser will bo required to exe-cu- to bond with upproved security Immediately after salo, with a lien retained on said property us additional security. Glvon under my hand this tho 19th day of September. 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Il2t3 Master Commissioner. Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. u ir FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN Starts Sept. 28-- Be Ready .sf - '. ' my 3. i' ' "i. rjaEM- . 7M ;OT in the sons of America. hp hnne 111 nrrne worm lies A " 4 Hill v::::Av.w.wmvw........ j!iKtf H JWi,tfiyvPt- -.- vv.v H" KKv.'" iiiimrl;; Hill pSir mfffi"': v: Ml&Mr-- m;n :,afe..gr '?'? illicit Lmtiitiiim 'm. n i&f, iftr-a.ttsi, : & r ' !'.-- . '.'v.'-- v .- a half strong; they are going over daily a million and a half more of them. Another X million and a half are waiting for the call w( that soon will come. - i.,Thev are "Over there" now a million and tffcSU i ':"'vl !,:; itirKK- -. '. : .;.-,..- , MAv!vQHiMl'A'ivA SBttWS?. 'jijJm HI "Tstrated superbly the qualities that make r' i hnco wi ir c , hnvp , -- i irp fpn unripr r innve nRTTifin- 1 fight-fevf- !' IS'W Wi . W ers they have shown that the barbarous hun no mtrh for them. , fSTILMZemSi tSBSEmdBa'&rtEMnSS 't'iwji!?. V - "jv!avXvXvXv "4' J4 RUff Many an American son has gone down j9j;Vt has made the supreme sacrifice for his Coun-- " ;&f&'$ try and liberty. Before the german horde ':."1V;S is driven back within its own borders, many '$:'-j- t more American sons will go down. How ;':; ;?!$ many, depends upon us at home. A small American army, no matter how brave, yfr A .11 nn,fnh tr ciiHr cpvatp nncnQflPC Will llicviiauij' ounvi ovv-gigantic American army will overwhelm the hun and bring quick victory with the least ,r.-f!t. f 1, r i . loss of life. I IIIBBBBBBBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BMP W) AJl 5' f t'.iii-vTiVj,-'.v.. B r 1 .t'Crvt. .V time ''i must be lost. It is up to us to provide the ; money necessary to make these boys invinci- ble. We must do it and do it quickly. With $a our own sons already in the fight, every If'' day's delay lays at our own doors the blood of brave American sons. , The jives of our sons are in our hands. The boys' are ready, willing and eager. They must be trained and equipped. JNo .'." ? Believing that it is the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom and privileges of citizenship in our great Country to do his utmost to help win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically contributed the money to pay for this and other advertisements of the Fourth Liberty Loan: this to go on?" I Read the casualty lists iiTthepapers and ask yourself: . "How long shall permit There is only one answer: " will do my utmost to help equip and put into the field an American army that will make short work of the hun and put a stop to the sheddine: of American blood." , w t" J. C. ILER. September 28th and Be a Volunteer Days 29th: Will Be Volunteer boys across the Rhine, ft is up to us to buy bonds with every uninvested dollar we own, plus every dollar we can save by careful, frugal living for six months to come. You all cash for your bonds. You can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take J. B. TAPPAN. HUB CLOTHING CO. CITIZENS BANK. WILLIAM W. RILEY. On these days everyone will be given an opportunity to step up and buy bonds without being solicited to do so. w w? it. J. A. TATE. GILLESPIE BROS. FAIR & COMPANY. JAMES H. WILLIAMS. BANK OF HARTFORD. ACTON BROS. W. E..ELLIS & BR0. 17 R!s- Places will be designated where volunteer subscriptions will be received. These places will be announced in the papers and by signs. Your card will be on file there. Cards of those who do not volunteer will be used for active solicitation, which will begin Monday, September 30th. No one will be overlooked. don't have to pay care of the balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly savings. iJ f Do not wait for some one to come after your subscription. Show that you, too, can volunteer for your Country's service, iust as our bovs over there did. HV. . wv 7 4 - Figure out now the very maximum you can 6ubscriJ3e Be ready when fVolOnteer Ejays come. This is no time for measures won't PV.QHC y measures. Half-wa- y half-wa- The forced saving you do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy now and pay for as you go along,, will prove a splendid investment that will pay you a good i'nte-e- st every six months. After the war, the bonds will beTwcn more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate totdo your duty and do it quickly. "Don't let the SON ... . , go down. .V. . Jf . ...;;.