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PREACHERS ASSIGNED Jteifeft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF ftejwtblfrim OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918. niyn No. 14 because any particular person was West Mnntlcollo Circuit, K. C. Smith; i. nPMfiTRATQ DEMOCRATS PUT our President. Nobody, so far as I am GERMANS ADMIT tencher in I,. W. Training School, '01 1 0 UtlYlUuIll I 0 Informed, finds any objection to our K. V. Hcnnctt. RIGHT SIDE UP honorable ' Prcsldont, but that Air. ARE "FRYING FAT" DREAM IS OVER FOR COMING YEAR Klliihcthlouii District. Wilson, as our President; so far as I elder; W. F. Hognrd, presiding am able to understand tho matter, llardstown and Samuels, AL AL Hur- can not "inako us safo for religion" did not know that ho was attempt "We Must Fight For Our Annual Conference Makes roll; MbS. Clltty, It. L. Oliver; Mr Congressman Reads Letter Minister Writes Open LetC. Yates; Ilrndfordsvllle, Springs, ing such a thing. A higher power will ter To Chairman Rhea To Contracter Asking Existence Says Few Pastorial But II. K. Jnrlioo; Brandenburg mid West control that phnso of tho world strugOn War. Point, K. 1). Ryan; liufTalo, 13. P. DeaFor Donation. Changes. Hun Press. gle. I do not think that "democracy con; Cccllln, P. M. Hewitt; Ellznbcth-tow- n and civllatlon" aro ln tho solo cusStntlon, J. Ii. Nicholson; Falls todianship of tho Democratic party, (). Sullivan; Hardlns- t. ,.. c.t.i Sept. Washington, nri.rt of Hough, L. The Rev. Felix K. Struve, one of or any other political party, as to that That tho ..in.. in if...u .................. Sept. 28 Germany Amsterdam, "'-1 burB h. K. Wilson: Hodgenvltle Sta ministers of matter. Every man who Is fighting is beginning to realize that It is a l.ou sv o conferences of tho M. K.I tlon, It. O. Pcnlck; IrvInBton, Akin; Democratic National Committee is tho nlost widely-know- n fat" from Government tho state and now serving a pastorate "over yonder," from this side of tho nation of scoundrels. Church, South, In session here, an- 'Lebanon circuit, J. L. Alurrlll; Lcttch-flcl- d "frying contractors, Postmasters, and oth- nt Irvine, Ky., has written an open sea, has a common brand on his Press comment, always the best nounced tlio following assignments and Clnrkson, A. L. Mull; camer employees by soliciting letter to Thomas S. Rhea, chairman heart, "made in America" and "poll-tic- s key to tho public opplnlon of a najf pastors for the coming year: F. V. Harwoody; Alt. Wash- paign was of the Democratic Stato Campaign subscriptions fund Is adjourned" for them! They aro tion, is veering nround to the point Owensboro District. ington, I). E. Sliuplicrdsvtllo circuit, charged on the house floor today Committee, replying to tho contents truly fighting to "make the world whero it Is confessing Germany's-faults- . 1. K. May, presldlnB older; Ilonver j. c. Iirandon; Shopherdsvlllo and by Representative Good, Republi- of a mimeographed letter sent out safo for Democracy," which Is a long Frankly tho German papers Dam, E. S. Mooro; Calhoun, K. It. j Lebanon Junction, T. L. Crandell; can, of Iowa, Air. Good called on from Democratic headquarters. Air. Centertown, J. A. Check, iSonora, S. L. C. Coward, J. L. Reed, tho Democrats to exercise the cor- Struve, who docs not stato his poll- - way from any sort of "party politics." aro beginning to admit that they Dennett; must abandon tho idea that those John Iliimilton, Jr., preacher; Ccn- -j supernumerary; Sprlngllold Station, rupt practices net or amend it so tics, flays tho partisan appeal contain Let's not insultcountry, brave soldiers, armies aro fighting for conquest, their dying for their by Intimating and City Station, J. n. McAf fee; CIo-,C. Iirandon; Stlthton, T. W. .tral that contributions reoeived from ed in Air. Rhea's letter and ridicules roallzo that what they are fighting Terport, W. O. Hlcbards; Dundee, J. Stodghlll; Upton, I. At. Spears; Vino such sources will be shown In tho the assumption set forth by Air. Rhea that they aro fighting for "party politics." Shame! for Is barb existence. .A Wallace; Fordsvlllo, T. II. Handy; drove, L. AL Russell; Wolf Creek, reports of expenses required by that tho great war for world freedom "It is a matter of damnable "We will appreciate every effort ireenvllli) Station, W. 0. Frank; John Allller; student In Emory Uni- law. is or can be monopolized by tho Dem- you will make along this line." tho Cologne Gazette, Orson ville circuit, It. II. McAIIcan; versity, C. Foster Allen. always a letter ocratic party. The text of the minisregarded as a Air. Good made public Ver respectfully, I). Lltcblleld; lluwes-vlllHartford. A. Henderson District. Chnlr-mn- n ter's letter follows: Journal, "whether we aro or are not THOAIAS S. RHEA, adrcsscd by the "financial It. II. Hlgglns; Lowlsburg, J. Aly Dear Sir: T. L. Hulse, presiding older; llccch Democratic National of the Chairman State Democratic Cam- regarded thruout tho world as a naSchunzen-bache- r; It. Jones; Lowlsport, A. L. Your mimeograph communication paign Committee. Grpvc, to bo supplied; Carrsvlllo, VirOregon tion of blackguards. Indeed wo aro It. L. Tally; gil L. Stone; Clay, F. T. Penick; Committco "to a man in Llvermore, of the 10th Inst., is so unusual and GovernInterested in frofltable Well Brother Rhea, do you really being so regarded." II. Alexander; North LowlsAlaceo.M. Corydon, K. AL Keeler; DoKovcy, Ed Charge All.sreprcscntntion. contracts." The letter fol- so impertinent, that the ord'nary "appreciate every effort" I attempt to burg, C. C. Jones; Owensboro, Ilreck-- d F. Stono; Earlington, W. II. Archey; ment form of reply would scarcely cover "make along this line?" I truly hope The people of the Fath'erland aro lows: W. S. Ducknor; n ridge Street, Hamilton, J. II. Mitchell; Hanson, J. "It is incumbent upon every citi- tho case. You will, therefore, I hope, so. I am doing my utmost to discover slowly awakening to the fact that the Owensboro circuit, C. K. Hartford; i 11. Richardson; Henderson, Clay St. zen to inako an extraordinary ef- pardon the publicity of this thoso candidates for Congress and war has been misrepresented to thenu Owcusboro, Settle .Memorial, S. Al. (J. A. (Jailor; Henderson mission, E. In ordar that others mpy Senate who will prove 100 per cent Tho Kaiser himself has been forced to fort to uphold the policies of our Allller; Owensboro, Third Street, II. L. Douglas; Henderson First Church, great President, which can bo done fully understand the significance of American, and being so, will most warn his soldiers of the American F. Adklnson; Owensboro, Woodlnwn, J. C. Rowlings; AlndlsonvIUe Station, only by election to tho Senate- - men .our letter, permit me to quote your certainly support our President. Allnd troops. It. II. Hoe; Rochester, B. D. lloggess; G. P. Dlllion; .Marlon Station. II. R. How completely disillusioned 100 per cent. American, in own words, following them with brief' you, I am not writing as a preacher, Stanley, E. C. LanipTon; Sacramento. Short; Marion circuit, T. 11. Hollo-ma- who aro comments of my own. people have been is mado accord with tho alms of tho but as a citizen having sufficient InJ II. Hnyborn; South Cnrrollton, A. Alorganllcld circuit, W. R. "I know as a rule that you do not terest in his country as to put none clear by the following comment by i5. Heynolds; Stcphonsport, S. II. GenWagoner; Poole circuit, F. W. "A broad, comprehensive educa- take much interest in polities tnA I but true patriots on guard in these tho Munich Post:' try; chaplain United States nrmy, Quails; Providence, C. R. Crow; s, tional campaign is being conduct- am not now appealing to you from a perilous times. Most respectfully, "Let us say, it open)y and fearlessly "Wesley L. linker; Y. At. C. A. secreJ. E. Hartford; Snlcm, L. I. ed throughout the country. Germany's situation for the last It is political standpoint, hut I recognize FELIX K. STRUVE. to Cbnndler; Sebrec, tary, Paul S. Powell; transferred James Renfroe; necessarily expensive. that there is no profession that has two years at least has been falsely Irvine, Ky. Missouri conference, P. A. Kasey. Slaughter's. S. AL Dally; Smith's to our service Ynn nrn now clven an oimor rendered greater and lyingly misrepresented by many Louisville District. AIM, J. W. Crow; Sturgls, J. It. real, and country and to our President in this to do something of our newspapers and in the public THE WEEK IN WAIL ' elder; dolph; Tolu, F. W. Denton; Union- - wo none voll wm make an early j great war than has tho preachers." S. J. Tomp'on, presiding utterances of a majority of our states On tho contrary, I do take some Decchinont, Summers Ilrln.son; Both-.nn- y town, T. C. Howell; U. S. army. W, P. contribution, with tho knowledge We are approaching the end of the men. chaplain, U. S. army, V. P. that what you do will help place terest in politics but I am rather most eventful week of the entire war. and Alt.Mloly, W. L. Suell;I!road-way- . "For the last four years wo have J. It. Savage; Cresent Hill, Henry. tho National Admlnstratlon in a posl-- J careful as to the kind of politics." iAtter many weary weeks of desperate been assured again and again that Lewis Powell; Davison Aiemorlnl, J. llopklnsville District. ttu Increase Its efforts In the prosecu- - You may say that your appeal is not nghting jn whlch victory has follow- - only five minutes separated us from C Hosklnson; Fourth Avenue, Leoui- made from a political standpoint, but e(l vlctory m unbroken succession, the complete and crushing overthrow II. AL Currle, presiding elder; Al- - tlon of the war." ., ..i-, . ... .. .. . . ..... . . I.. i n..... ias uouimum; iukiih.hu ......I. r . r.. ensvllIe( J 0 sniithsoii; Cadiz and charged Senator Sim- - u is;s ami a mean, measjy son oi evidences aro appearing that the of our enemies. Yet at this moment Mr. Good Carter; Hill Street. R. AL Wheat; ;GracV( K- Vntt Smith; Cadiz circuit, mons of North Carolina, Chairman of politics." I am almose incensed at splrlt of the enemy ,3 breaking. Germany is lighting for her very life. 1 Jefferson Street. W. T. Miller; Jot- Alust Decide Fate. g G,IotUj; Crofton. J. W. Wheeler; the Sonato Finance Committee, with being taken for such a simpleton! Pressed t0 tho last ditch Bulgaria ,, fersdntown and Cooper. C. K. Dicky; 1)awgon making political capital out of the cs-- ( Yes, the preachers of America have cr,eg out for peace It ,8 the broak. "This is the kernel of the whole. wh0 ,MlllnH F A tabllsbment of cantonments in- - hU done very much in behalf of our ,ng Jefforsonville Morton Mumorinl. J. Mtci10n; Kddyville and Saratoga, of tne nrst nnk ,n tho cllan that question. The fate of our people lies Wooldridge; Lander Memorial, Uol)orl jonnson. Eddyvllle circuit. G. State. Calling attention to tho fact President, and they would, as true ,ms so long he,d together tho four in their own hands to decide. It goes M James A. Chandler; Llndsey Mom- - c Mltc,10. KUtton and Hells, II. W. that a contest is being waged for Sen- -' patriots, do as much for any man who crlmlnai natIons of central Europe, without saying that before the people orlal mid Asbury. Al. L. Dyer; Ales- - ;NllI)Ior., Kikton circuit. . R. T. McCon- - ntor Simmon's seat, Mr. Good said bo- - should be the occupant of tho Whlto nillcar.a has accented terms of un- - can clearly see their way to their own i i " rt A. hick .viemoriai, j. i. u.ishihk; Grand Rivers, Wado H. Card- - cause ho seen red ono camp, at a cost House, wnoever is rresiueni is my lComUtlonni surrender, and her arms salvation, every annexationist phantown and Anchorage, A. c. Jonnson a or wneat fields will no longer tom must be dispelled. 0Ilk,n8V,,,0 station. A. P. of $4,400,000. and tho location of an-- , President, no matter what may ue his many prcaehers su,)port tne palsying arm of the Hun. Oakdale, Georgo E. F.mkett; Port- -,. "Wo are not fighting for Flanders Hopklnsvllle circuit. ,L. F. other was promised, "it is urged that party name-- and land, P. L. King; Rivers Alcmorlal, I - to tho Senate, have the same idea on tho subject. Th surrcn,ier 0f Bulcarla. lying as and for the Baltic provinces, but for mi,h v a lin should bo ... .. . E. t .'.. F. AL Petty; Tho Temple, "If it is immoral," continued Air. j You say It does in tho pathway between Turk- - our bare existence. Wo are fighting auuers: .. ivimawu. w. r. Souther-- 1 Virginia Avcniio. C. A. land; Lafayette, W. II. Hlckerson; Good, "for tho wlfo and family of Goodson; "Thls is a timo when wo should ' 0y and Germany, will force Turkey to for a peace that will yield us nothing Humphrey; West Hroadway, C. C. Linton circuit, J. E. King: Norton- - Truman IL Newberry, who have largo forget all past differences, and send make terms with tho Allies. With and deprive us of nothing. Prather; Woodburn Avenue, to be vll mission. J. F. Sanders: Pern- - Independent fortunes of their own, to,a Democratic senator to Washington nuiirarla and Turkey out of tho way "If we can secure such a poaco as supplied; missionary to Japan, S. E. ,jroko circut Comformidable a i. Gore; Plsgah, contribute to tho nomination of Naval- to uphold tho hands of tho President; the Allies will be able to attack that in the "teeth of so numbers, wo Hafior; chaplain U. S. army, J. W. T c uurmnn. Princeton. T. J. Wado; mander Newberry of tho Third a man who will bo in thoro sympathy Austria with a powerful army on its superiorly in enemy Weldon; secretary Red Cross work, j SmUwnml station, F. E. Lowls; District, for a seat In the Senate, and, wth President Wilson's policies. If eastern front. Austria has with much shall have achelved a fame far greatII. T. Reed Harper;' to dereat tliq nomination oi Henry we fall to elect a Democratic senntor difficulty been held in the war, and er than any triumph of arms could Smithland circuit. Alack Howling (ircen District Trenton and Guthrie. W. F. Cassman; Ford, how much more immoral is it this fall we will probably lose control it is doubtful if her people will stand give us. G. W. Iliiinmoll, presiding older; Elkton Training School, Keener L. for a United States Senator to reach j0f tho United States Senate. If tho tho pressure of a great allied army at "Let that satisfy us." m Adalrvillo, Virgil Elgin; Auburn A Rudolph; Emery University, J. Alar- - Into tho Treasury of the United States Republican party should get control hor back door. Should Austria desert, SOLDIER NUJHIEK ONE. and grab eight or nlno millions of tho would mean a rcorgonlzation of all under such pressure, hor Gorman J. Dennett; Howling Green, Hroad- - v perryman. way. to bo supplied; Howling Green m peopios money lor me uuiuuiig oi tho war committees, Republicans iiko ally.tho end of tho war would uo near. cantonments in his own State, and Smoot, Sherman, Penrose and others. Wo would not encourage a too hope- circuit, II. F. Copas; Howling Green, It Is wholly a matter of sentiment. TMK jitxiok kkd CROSS, then use that grab, or allow it to bo some .of whom, as you know, have ful optomism. Thero are many its in but the young man who was the first Stato Street, R. 11. Crlder; Canma, i heckled President Wilson for his tho conditions wo are mentioning. to be drawn in Ohio county, ln the J. P. Vanboy; Chapel Hill, E. C. Colo, Mr8 j0jln jj, Wilson, who has so used, as an argument for his superintendent; East Franklin, W. D. ..rflclently managed the Junior Red Hon?" policies." Tho only certain fact Is that Bulga- - greatest draft In tho history of tho Alllllkln; Franklin Stntlon, V. A. 't'ross organization here, has been Senntor Simmons tonight declined Well slnco you remind mo of tho ria is definitely out of tho war, and; world, will tell his grand children Grant, P. II. Davis, supernumerary; L p,,,,!,,! chairman of that organlza- - to discuss tho churgo by Air. Good. fact thoro aro a fow "past differ-- 1 other events roferred to aro only of tho event, with some measure of prldo. Tho government Ley number Franklln circuit. E. AL Holman; Glas- - t0 for tho entire county. "It Is to foolish to talk about," ho ences," which to my way of thinking, highly probablo consequences of gow Station. C. F. Wllborly; lllso- 322, corresponded to register No 1, not bo forgotten for a long, jgarla's withdrawal, mrs Wilson will undertake to or- -, said. long time. Supposing you to mean vlllo, J. 11. Galloway; Horso Cavo, L. K:u,iZ0 tho entlro county through tho on tho western front conditions which happened to bo Stanley Petty, ui- - ischools, and with this end in view AV. Turner; Alorgantown, to bo that these "differences" rolnted to aro more favorable for tho Allies than of Frledaland. Young Potty is tho THE OLD .MEETING HOUSE. piled; Alunfordvlllo circuit, Mnrloninsks ovei.y teacher In tho county to members of tho Democratic party. nt any former period of tho war. son of Air. John Petty, and Is 19 r. tako nII interest in tho work. It Is her Rlchnrdsvlllo, II. Capsbaw; Our grandfathers of a century ago 'Preachers who have been engaged in Every day is a day of victory. Tho j years old. Stanley Petty, if ho passes ... iumi Speaks, superintendent; Rocky UM. :pian to i,vo tho teachers organize know nothing of churches. Thoy wero 'moral reform for almost a half con- -, Hlndcnuurg lino lias ueen smasneu ui mo pnysicai cxaiiinuiuuii, .1. W. Cussady, superintendent; Car- - thclr HCi,()iH ,,t0 nCd Cross Aux- - only meotln' houses, and Instead of Jtury, aro not apt to "forget" a great many vital points. Tho stronghold of at tho hoad of tho September draft of superintendent, J. 11,1 Marios, with tho teacher ln charge going to church thoy went to meotln'. many things and persons! Whoovor st. Quentin has at last fallon, and tho a class of more than three thousand Leo, lion circuit, II. RusslellvUlo Preachers: This is a useful work, both to our' a recent Incident of tho removal of goes to tho United States senate these march to Berlin continues from day men. t Naplor; Scottsvlllo Station, IL H. soldlors and tho children. Tho 'tho timber thut formed ono of these days will support tho President rthat . to day. Only yesterday tho entlro Ger- NINE DEAD IX IIAKTKOUII. Jones; South Scottsvlllo, C. J. Wal- chlldren can miiko iiiul contrlbuto anciont tomples of worship carries ho will do so, tho peoplo aro sure to man cabinet resigned and theso bo ton; Smiths Grovo, G. Y. Wilson; ninny useful articles for our soldier' us back to ono of tho oldest meotln'! find out boforo thoy send him. Yes, troubled times in tho tossed and torn O, they wero only rats, killed by Woodburn, J. A. Johnson; President boys, and at tho same tlmo recclvo houses in tho county. thero aro a fow Republicans, "liko Gorman empire. Tho Hun's national Logan College, A. P. Lyon; confor-nc- o useful ami practical training. Airs.; a full century ugo tho farmors of , Smoot, Penrose, Sherman and others" spirit is breaking under tho torriflc tho tablo boy at tho Foster Houso, secretary, J. IL Wilson asks every teachor In tho tho Llborty neighborhood, near missionary who sure did "hccklo" tho Prosldent. strain, and it seems a fair promlso but wo used tho startling headllno to Adams; book editor and editor of reto get in communication with ver Dam, but boforo Beuvor Dam was Thoro Is a faint record on my mem- that the year of tho double nine will: get tho attention of our correspon- view, F. AL Thomas. her either by letter or tolophone, and ,sottled, went to tho forest and howed ory tablets that a fow Democrats did seo tho dominion of peaco again re dents. Wo positively will not publish 8ho will tuko great pleasuro In out- - out, from groat poplar trees, logs and tho samo thing and wero left at stored to tho peoples of tho earth. communications whon tho name of Columbia District. Hut glorious as tho nows lsMet us not tho correspondent is not signed. This built the old Llborty moetln' houso. homo by tho last election! S. G. Shelley, presiding older; Al- lining tho work for thorn. ty "Wo bellovo that you recognize tho rolax our efforts. Tho end is not yot. is a rigid rulo of all newspaper of Thoro for ninny years tho plain schedule A special monthly bany. R. L. Pillow; Hear Creek. 1. T. demands that no sacrlflco bo flees, and wo can not deviate from it. Naplor; activities for tho Junior Red Cross country folks mot to sing and pray Importance of giving President Wil1. W. Hurksvlllo, Allen; shout and hold tho funeral ser- - son a Democratic Congress and Sen- spared that will haston tho end. Tho Wo send many wellwrltten news Oampbollsvillo circuit, P. C. Long; work will provide some definite war machlno Is still strong tors to tho wasto basket because Camphollsvlllo Station, J. S. Chand- dortaklng for each month. Ono hun-- j vices for their dead. Nearly threo ate. It is necessary in ordor to win Wo ago u frame tho war to glvo our boys and our and powerful and may wcathor tho this rule Is not respected. ler; Cano Valley, Owen T. Leo; Casoy, drcd percent of the schools and one quarters of u century Jlodgopath; Clinton, C. L. Shel-lo- hundred por cent of each school is tho moetln' houso took tho placo of tho money and help President Wilson storm of blood and death for many jI omit tho nnmo in publication, but II. L. Columbia, R. V. Hennolt, Elmer end contemplated. Every toacher In old, and Bluckstono Taylor took tho; make us safo for religion, democracy woary days to como. Hut bo of good wo must know who Is responsible Ashby, Jr., preachors; Elkhorn, II. tho county should loud at once his logs of tho old meetln' houso for aund civllatlon und it is Just as neces- - cheor. Tho dawn of tho poaco day is for nil statements nppoarlng ln this L. E. hearty cooporation to this work. farm barn. Taylor wont honco mid sary .to give him a Democratic Con- broaklng in tho east, and tho thunder paper. Last week wo had a wellwrlt AV. Hardin; Fountain Run, of our artillery Is giving tho Hun u ten letter from Olaton, and this week o Charlie Barnard camo on tho farm, gress and Senate" Squires; Gradyvlllo, D. L. Vunco; Oh, I suppose, from a purely parti- rude awakening from his long und u real nowsy letter from Whitesvlllo, Christy; to use tho church-lo- g ICE NOTICE! and continued Groensburg and Early, W. C. burn. Later tho farm passed into san standpoint, it would bo all right pleasing dream of military domina- which wo could not uso because the Jamestown, G. W. Lawton; Alunns-vlllcorrespondent omitted to sign tho Wo will discontinue forenoon AIM Springs, Bedother hands, und only a few days ago to glvo "President Wilson a Domo-crat- is tion of tho earth. J. It. Atarrs; communication. congress and senate" And yot after Saturday, Octobor 5th. Jack Alonroo purchased tho old logs, ford Tumor; Alonticollo, J. L. Piorcy; FOR SALE. Peytons-bitrWo will dollvor every afternoon to all yet well presorved after moro than a you can not fall to recall somo DemoPickotts, W. .E. Hurdett; LOST. bodies I. C. Risen; Plorco, J. IL parties who have placed their ordors .century of weathorlng, removed thin cratic members of thoso election who Flno half Jorsoy cow with heifer Between my farm and Bean's mill H. IL Spurrier; Rus- with W. E. Ellis & Bro. boforo 3:30 to Roslno, whoru thoy will bo used wero "loft ut homo" last Kploy; Ronox, thoy opposed tho President. Wo culf four weeks old. Splendid milk ono small lock, or log chain with uaw sell Springs. J. W. Rayburn; Sparks-vlll- p. m. Wo will make no dollverios for n stock burn, und thus tho undent hook ou ono end. Return to A. I). Sunimorsvlllo, R. less than 25 pounds. Will have no logs will continue for many years to shall win tho war most certainly. Aly und butter cow. Apply to J. W. Norrls; Whlto and receivo roward. W. L. DOCKERY. Giv-n- i; present with tho old own and only son voluntoored for como to link tho more Sunday deliveries. L. Lockard; Templo Hill, Smith '13t2. Centortown. JOHN IX. PIUPPS. service In behalf of his country, not 13tlp 1 ELLIS ICE CO. days of tho log mcetiu' houso. Tomphlnsvllle, J. W. CniiBhron; "-1 ls, semi-official o, n; Hnn-(tunlty i I . -elj. ... I . ,,.,.. I I , ' , I ( r I Ilul-shou- ld ( , Bea-coun- ty uii-ja- nd nn y; o, g. so e, 14-2- WHBHHflHHHHHH til r WWJPU1 ,tt iWr""V .J "St, - ' - j j v - a VK - ' "."" i "Ir r r, ir-- jSirTWWflrrHs "rmfm lIPlWVBHHP"TH3KRHIBBFinBinPQV1BHHHHHHnnSRHMIHVVSKnTlBfTVVIIMBOTRSHirniAlJIIWQcSVT' c" 1" ft "vw" - iw ffrir",Tr"3j. y"-- "i',""VlJl 3Vr;-'-i.- - v 11 if ' l--i n R TM 'i .. fKI S3 M"- -' "WWT W Ii .J fcV 3 Mm& .doing lor us?" r ! KM 111 i ISfwl I ImBS-- ?i'!J)fiWMm wmSm-mmm L lives of thousands of our boys. The voices of a million and a half of our boj's in France are asking you that question. Another million and a half will soon be asking it. These men are giving their lives for your freedom they have a right to ask what you are doing to help them. They need your help, and if you give it quickly you will help save the Believing that it is the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom and privileges of citizenship in our rcat Country to do hia utmost to help win the '.var, the following firms and individuals have patriotically the money to pay for Ihir. and other advertisements of the vouah Liberty Loaa: con-t;ibntcd We are working day and night to organize, train, equip and transport an army of four million men to France. While we are working, our boys over there are dying. The longer it takes us the more lives will be sacrificed. Don't you be responsible for any of the delay do your duty promptly. J A F Don't let the 8 ON go down You don't have to pay all cash for your bonds. You can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take care of the balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly savings. ourtn Liberty lionets your duty and do it quickly. now and pay for as you go along will prove a splendid investment that w'ifl pay you a good interest every six months. After the war, the bonds will be worth more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate to do a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy The forced saving you do now will mean "Don't let the SON qo down.' X Beaver Dam Publicity Company. "i3. V5d ".Uh. -- This Space is Patriotically Donated By y HA CCH KOK Till: GOOSK. know wlint thoy nro talking about. Mil. I.Y.MAN IIAHHKTT WltlTKN TO KDITOHS Mother toll nil my friends to have nil tho good times they ran, Toll Arthur Director Goneral McAdoo hns Mr. I.ymntt Hnrrett, former locnl and Qulutcn that wo used to have Clovolnnd's rulo of "pernicious editor of tlio Ilnrtfonl Ilornld, writes good Union together and I hopo we nctlvlty" In politics to employes of Intoroatlng lollor to tlio editors ot will ngaiu Homo day. Mother, it If. tho railroads, Ho is right In tills. Tho pretty Interesting Iito to us boys, but railroads nro national. Kvcry railV Tlio Republican, "Somewhere" In Franco, Seploiu-lio- r wo nre going to whip those derm tins road employo in now n federal over hero .and then we nro coming 1, 1918. He stands exactly as does tlio Dimr Friends; For Movcrnl wooka homo. Toll nil the children Hollo! offlco-holdin his duties and obligaI lmvu Intended lowrlto to you, ns for me, and that I would luvo to hco tions. I hnct promised, lint n mnclimo gun-ntimes them nil. Well, Mother dour, I lmvn't sliould If actlvo In politics, two things In not Idle, though Iiu is far hail nuy mn i for a long time, but I would happen: Tho railroad vote know it is not your fault, for I know would become more or less of n bloc. tlio front lino troncho. An you purlin)) know, cnntiot tbll you nro writing lo mo. Nono of us It would bo used to promoto tho InIlcllam, Pa. "I took Lydla. E. Pinkliam's Vegmuch about conditions hero, but will boys has had any mull for a long terests of tho bloc. It would bo n posay wo nro fnrlng lino and oxpcct to J lino. Now don't worry nbout mo. 1 litical training unit and united peretable Compound for female troubles and a displacement. I felt all tun down and was very weak. bo liomo within n fow months. think I am Just as good a man as any sonal lutcroftt in politics, inevitably I had been treated by a physician without results. Wo linvo Just finished n pood sup- of these Gormnns, and I will make it would effect labor efficiency. This, eo decided to give Lydla iC. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound per, nuil (luring this nionl 1 snw n all right. From your son, under a nationalized condition, is a trial, and felt better right away. I am keeping houso sight that was so impressivo I must JAMES K. 1'AIIKS. manifestly improper. fcince last April and doing all my housework, where before toll you nhoiit It. As our company Hut will Mr. McAdoo enforco his I was unable to do anywork. Lydla E. Pinkliam's Vegehad lined tip In single Mo to receive Can Now Knt and Sleep in Comfort, now order? There nro very many who table Compound is certainly tho best medicine a woman can j our mess nil old man, feeble and doubt It. If ho does, several railroad takewheniuthiscondition. I givo you permission to publish bout, came pushing n small, patched or men, candidates for office in MinneIf troubled with indigestion this letter." Mrs. E. It. Cr.rsiLiNo, It. No. 1, Ilellam, Pa. up cart, and stopped for n rest Just sleeplessness you should read what sota, will havo to quit their Jobs or Lowell, Mich. "I suffered from cramps and dragging opposite our Hue. As some of the Miss Agnos Tumor, Chicago, III., has end their political aspirations. Moredown pains, was irregular and had female weakness and boys could converse) with him, thoy to say: "Overwork, Irregular moals over, their follow employes will not displacement. I began to take Lydla E. Pinkliam's Vegefound that he was a Belgian rofugeo and carelossness regarding the irdl-uar- y bo nblo to work for them savo table Compound which gave mo relief at onco and restored who had been shot In tho hands when rulos of health, gradually under- stealthily, nor for any, other candimy health. I sliould like to recommend Lydia E. Pinkliam's I hucnun the llochcs raided his home, and ho mined it until Inst fall a date. This is equally tho caso in remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a simiwas forced to push his fow belongings wreck of tny former self. 1 sulfored most, if not all, other states. lar way." Mrs. EusuIIi:im,K.No.O, Uox83,Lowell,Mich. about from town to town, depending from continual headache, was uuah! Hut the railroad men may well upon those moro fortunate, for a liv- to digest my food, which seemed to wonder why this rulo is mado only ing As is usual with Americans the lay as a dead weight on my stomach for t hem and not for any other fed-or- al hoys did their full duty. One follow I was very constipated and my comhervant. Mr. Cleveland's order a filled his canteen with hot coffee, plexion became dark, yellow and was enforced whllo ho was president, M. 7 another took his pan and heaped it up muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness was and federal officeholders had to stick with beans, potutoes, meat gravy, added to my misery and I would to their official duties, and not pigeon bread and Jam. In tlio meantime awako as tired as when I went to hole them during political campaigns. some one had started a collection and sleep. I heard of Chamberlain's Tab-let- s This is not so now. Never In all us the pile of quarters, dimes, sous and found such relief after taking tho history of this country were fed-orLYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. etc., was laid In his crippled hand it them that I kept up the treatment for officials from tho highest to the VWfTSEiMMlm UlM would hao compensated for a nearly two months. They clensed my lowest more nctlvo in politico. In fact months service to havo soon the stomach, Invigorated my system, and they are encouraged in this to use mulles of appreciation as he counted since that time I enn oat and sleop In their jobs not only to Influence votes TO WIFK AND MOTHER. of them can buy bonds. it over, and then pointed at tlio worn comfort. I am today entirely well. "m fnr dnscrvlni; Denim-rntM.but to rot supplied to 1,170 families In the threo! states of the division. ft out shoes to show with this ho InOne of tho speakers, a prominent elective ofllco for themselves. . . Red Cross Homo Service was given! 1:1 AIIS I.KTTKH SHOWING HOW tended to purchase n new pair. John W. Allen, son of Mr. Ruck leader of his people, spoke of the two com in members of the trade (Jive my regards to all, and tell the POLITICS IS AIMOl'lt.MH) mission havo not had to resign to to S.20G families In Ohio, to 2,942 In Allenf of Fordsvllle, writes letter colored privates who wero tho first to ,n Kentuckr ' boys selected to purchase a good be decorated for bravery in Franco. from the battle front in Franco. seek iiovornorshlm and seats In enn - ' lnrt,nna aml to 1'950 Freiich-F.nglls- h aslung tor nntnr grammor Washington, Sept. before "When the Germans heard about Dear Mother and wife: Will Br0b8. Postmasters do not have to re - 1M.0 num"er crossing the Atlantic. New. of Indiana, Republican, read toL,B to hold party committee places, only was 2'4C5 n Ohio, 1,248 in Indi write you a line or two to let you it," he humorously remarked, "they Yours sincerely, the sonnte today a letter vnicli lie 'or cvc chairmanships. Pretty nearly """ """ uu m know that I am well and hope this began to go back, and they've been The monthly report of James Ii. may find you so. going back every since. A negro was LYMAN (J. HAHHETT said was written by Secretary Tumiil every federal official in 191G quit his .M. (J. Co., :tns Inft., ty to Arthur Hrlsbane, whoso pur- office and spent weeks campaigning. Flesscr, director of tho Bureau of A report has been started here that never known to run, becauso ho is Amr.,Kx. F. I.leut. nils Inft. chase of tho Washington Times with This spring they were out in force Civilian Hcllef, shows that there was I had been killed. I don't know fast black. When you see a black loans from brewers Is under Investi- chasing votes in this state's primary expended in financial assistance a to- whether the story has reached home cloud arising, you may know that tal of $22,259.90 Ohio families re- or not, but I am still very much alive. something is going to happen. Put Surgeons agree that In oases of gation, reguesting Mr. Hrlsbane to election. None of them will be polit- ceiving $17, C08.il, Indiana families I have not even had a scratch. I was two million negroes in France, and send copies of tho Hearst Chicago ically "Innocuous" this fall. Cuts, lAirns, Bruises and wounds. in a battle with the Germans up on the war would end right now." It not all the horde of other em- $3,144.S5 and Kentucky families The first treatment is most Import- newspaper so that Mr. Tumulty might Tho buying of bonds and War Sav- follow Mr. Hrisbane's Democratic ployes of tho present Democratic tho front but I did not col hurt, thank ant. When an efficient antiseptic is A close connection with tho legal Go(1 l (lon.. think, the Germnns can lnSS Stamps has given tho American numbered in hundreds applied promptly, there Is no danger light In Chicago. The letter follows: .. "White House, Washington, Mayll of thousands, and paid directly from conuuittco of the Ohio Council of De say that, though. We poured it to coioreu citizen me opportunity no nas of infection, and the wound begins My Dear Hrlsbane: When you tlio fcdernl treasury, why the rail- fensc has been established by A. H. them, and we did Just what wo aimed j lo"B sought to show that ho could to heal at once. For use on man or toroad men, who aro pafd from the Job? Williams, assistant director of tho to do, too. So don't believe anything stand by the side of his white brother beast, llorozone is the Ideal antisep- were at tho White House offices day, I forgot to ask you to bend me Why single thent out when tho woods Bureau of Civilian Relief. you hear about mo until you know it in a11 matters of loyalty to the Gov-i- s tic and healing agent. Huy it now Home Service Institutions havo true. The wav the renort that I eminent, and ho has not been slow emergency. Price the Chicago Herald and Examiner aro full of those others, chasing votes and be ready for an been arranged for by R. J. Colbert as jla(1 my office here. I nm sure for themselves or others? en killed was that my officer to respond. And the more bonds ho :25c, $1 U0 and $150. Sold by Ohio regularly to you aro going to make the same good Why tho railroad men, when every follows: eft ,no aml ono other man n a has bought tho better off financially rug Co J) in Democratic light in Chicago that jou time President Wilson asks for tho ..In Ohio At Cincinnati, an insti- - trench aml i BUess he forgot it( nnd he has found himself. tute for Cincinnati people, beginning Ul0 boys thought we wero misslng. The future will find many thouhave been making in your paper in or of We buy old FALSE TEETH Washington and I want to bee just scalp hassome congressman step senator September 10; for peo- - T ,nta of mpn nf nlv wimnilm. sands of negroes nnd negro churches not kept exact to his who Wo pay from ?2.00 to J3G.00 por how you do It. Sincerely yours, g citizens and Institumusic, every office holder jumps up pie, beginning November 5; at Co- who say "I thought you were dead." set (broken or not). Wo also pay J. P. TUMULTY, for his gun and knife? It is just as lumbus, one beginning September 23; I told them I could prove that I was tions. actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, "Secretary to tho President." well to wait and see, and not tako it at Cleveland, an Institute beginning not as soon as I heard it. I am short Silver mid Bridge-worSend at Senator New remarked that this for granted that Mr. McAdoo Is se- October 15. of paper, and will close. This is a PREPARING FOR "DRY" SPELL. onco by parcel post and receive cash letter was written shortly after "poll-tic- s rious.. Duliith News Tribune. (Pittsburg Dispatch.) ..In Indiana At Indianapolis, an part of your letter, Nannie, that you by return mail. MA.KR'S TOOTH Institute beginning September 19. had been officially ndjourned" m wrote to mo. I tore off tho part you ' SI'KCIAII'V, Dept. X, 2007 So. Gth and expressed the hope that the letter Now York city has 7.000 saloons When tho chest feels on fire and had not written over. Dut we will be 1U12 would bo referred to tho Senate St., Philadelphia, Pa. XKW WKAI'OX FOUXI) where we can get lots of paper be- all of which must go out of existence tho throat burns, you have indigesFOR CO.MHATIXG 1IUX fore long. I am looking for a letter by July 1, 1919, according to the bill Investigating the Washington tion, and you need HEHHINB to get MODKH.V CI.NDKHPXLA Times affair. rid of tho disagreeable feeling. from you today. Don't worry about passed by the Senate on Friday. Tho It (From Stars nnd Stripes.) mm HAH FOOT TO FIT. me, for I am all right. hope of the war ending before July 1, food, drives out badly digested Yankee Ingenuity has developed a If your child starts In its sleep, strengthens the stomach nnd purifies To my loving wife and mother, 1919, is clung to by sorao, but others Jlanchester, Sept. . Tho differ- grinds Its teeth wlilU) sleeping, picks tho bowels. Prico COe. Sold by Ohio new weapon for uso 'against the Hun. feel that prohibition is an irresistablo Prt. JOHN W. ALLEN. No, It will not bo used very often, ent sizes chosen fcr tho standard at the nose, has a bad breath, tickle Drug Co. Co, K. 6 Inft. A. E. F. m movement which is futile to oppose. yet there aro times boots for women apparently do not appetite, pale complexion, and dark The opinion Is freely expressed that An American unit of Engineers LOf ALTV IS PLEDGED include slzo one, which raises an Inter- rings under the eyes; It hns worms; closing of saloons will mean considerA HARK COIN. (Hallway) was hauling ammunition esting point. Soiuo llttlo time ago an and ns long as they remain in the in1IY NEGROaKAPTISTS able bootlegging at exorbitant prices, and supplies for the French in the old curiosity shop in a country town testines, that child 'will bo sickly. (New York World.) $12 a pint for whisky being predicted. showed In its window u woman's shoo White's Cream Vermifuge clears out Tho Museum of the Numismatic face of ono of tho Gorman drives The American Convention of Negro Practical souls are carrying acquainof ancient date. It wns made of a the worms, strengthens the stomach Society has received a gift of proba- this year. Baptists, ten thousand strong, meet- tance with wealthy men who havo At tho height ot things when tho ing in the Coliseum, St. Louis, recent- - prepared for a period of drought by gray-blu- e brocaded silk, with a largo and bowels nnd puts tho little one on bly Its rarest coin. This is the famous square cut tongue and fastened with tho road to health nnd cheerfulness. Confederate half dollar, of which but Hun was coming over in force nnd ad- ly pledged the wealth, loyalty of stocking their cellars with great quan- n hucklo. Tho heel wns very high, Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio four were made, nnd today two only vancing in a way which .meant tho hcart and ot the negro titles of liquors of all description. A loss of everything that could not be Haptlsts of the United States to sup- month or two ago when rumors of m are known to exist. Drug Co. made of wood nnd covered with locomo-tiv- o leather. It was a beautiful In the early days of the Civil wer moved promptly, a $15,000 port the President in the war. They prohibition dictated by the war needs jumped tho track. shoe, and might havo belonged to a the Confederates, when they took will bo active In the Fourth Liberty filled the air these provident ones, in Bond campaign. They believe in free- it was reported placed huge orders Sergent Georgo Robertson, lady of Marie Antoinette's court, or New Orleans, seized all government FOR FLETCHER'S oven .trodden dances In the tinio of property which Included tho United charge, watched tho battlo for a mo- dom and are willing to dlo that others with the wholesalers, as high as $50,-00- 0 steam gauge, may obtain it. Viur Merry Monarch. Hut it wns so being expended for browed and States Mint. What coins there were ment, looked at his 4 extraordinarily small that 999womcn on hnnd, of course wero used. Tho screwed tho safety valvo down tight, Not all of them can die, but many distilled liquids in one order. SI'KAKINO OF would havo failed to get it on. silver bullion was also minted into turned tho oil fuel reserve supply inKXDOHSKMKXTS". The thousandth happened to see it, United States coins with the dies to the flro box, and then effected a was fascinated by Its appearance, and then there. A dlo was niado for tho solitary and successful- retreat. Hero is tho wny President Wilson reverse sido of Half an hour later, some sixty Gertry it on. It fitted piece, asked if sho might tho fifty-ce"endorsed tho candidacy of Owsloy showing a Confederate shield and the mans wore standing nbout the strand ttxactly. legend. Confederate States of Ameri- ed locomotive when the boiler did the Was tho normal slzo foot ot that Stanley. Writing to Senator Heckhani on ca. Tho obverso bido of tho old United one thing which Sergeant Robertson age tlio abnormal ono of this? one wonders. And havo women's hands the ovo of his doparturo for Ken States half dollar, showing a seated hoped for blew up. tucky, .tho President said: Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite It had all the effects of a fourtcen-inc- h llguro of liberty surrounded by 13 feet nnd waists dovcloped to suit the "I understand you' aro leaving to- stars, dated 18C1, was to bo used In a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would shell. which nowadays thoy hnvo to work day to join Governor Stanley In open- conjunction with tlio new have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most Robortson Incidentally, Sergeant do? die. ing his campaign in Kentucky. May I disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with at pieces only wero struck, prob- Is now wearing tho Croix do Guerre. Four butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have not say that my cordial best wishes ably to submit to the high officials In o All who havo torpid llvor, weak diregular sick headache. 1 had used pills and tablets, but gestion or constipated bowels look go with you. Richmond. No more pieces wero ovor TO (Jl'IDK KOMHKUK' UKIjATIVKS. after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just "It Is of tho utmost consequenco struck, ns tho supply of bullion had out for chills. Tho season is horo and seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were havo Itor the convenience and comfort nlr is full uf tho disease germs. that tho Admliistratlon cliould ot Its run out, and during tho lite of the the no good at all for my trouble. I heard get your direct and unflagging assistance Confederacy no sufficient amount ot of relatives visiting sick or convalesTho best thing to do is to time, nnd 1 wish bullion wns over obtained to llvor in good condition nnd purify the real friends ut this striko cent soldiers mid sailors at tho big THEDFORD'S you God speod." any sliver coins. tho base hospitals in this country, stomach and bowels. Ilcrblno Is the President Wilson Is snld to bo a right romedy, It answers tho purpose American lied Cross will build small A Hcaiitiful Woman. completely. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio muster ot Kngllsh. information houses near the hospitals (lovomor Stnnley's prlvuto opinion in Do you know that a beautiful wo- ut each big cantonment. Guides will Drug Co. ht of this specimen, publicly oxpressed, man always has a good digestion? o It bo supplied to show visitors directly would bo powerful flno reudlu. Lex- your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of to the ward they seek. SOLDIKH LKTTHH. ington Louder. t meats, nnd tuko an occasional dose of Chuinborliiln's Tublets to strongth- Tho American Red Cross numbers B. Parks writes to parents James Hi'oiichlciil Trouble. recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured your digestion. Prlco 25c. m 20,000 American Indians among its from tho war front In Franco. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best Mrs. A. 10. Sideuburder, Hockflold, en members. On nctlvo service with American Intl., states; "For an. attack of bron liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or 1:1,01)7 FAMILIES REACHED. forces in Franco. chial troublo which usually assails mu Expeditionary stomach troubte any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on Tho president of the Republic ot Sept. 1. 1918. the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of In tho spring I find Chumborlaln's Tho total number of families of Guatemala, Central America, recentMy Dear Old Father and Mother: I Cough Uomedy the only thing that throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine sliould be in every household for drop you a lino to let you know gives mo rollof. After using it for a soldiers nnd bailors dclt with by tho ly made a gift of $2,000 to tho Ameriwill use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel that I nm well and getting nlong no. few days all signs of brunchlcal trou- Home Sorvlco Section of tho Hod' can Red Crosi. sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh toHope you ure well. m Cross in tho Lake Division, during blo disappears." American Rod Cross nurses and tho month ot August, wns largur than morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. IJ inn now at tho front. Tuey aro in any preoedinK muntk. IhcIiiUIhk Aiuerloau aoldiara were active In - doing the real stuff hIro now. su.iONE CENT A DOSE tHMiHea raeaivlnv informatlwi only, uarlac for tha injured at ,u bear the ruir of th cuunou . (JT3) V. c FOR FLF.TCHWS the time of tlM railway accident near tliir wan 13.vtT fawlllaa wkieit tl tlmt. If anybody uy w r nil tualatwie. InfornuiUw wu Yterron, t4J HOt nut. igh.ti.ns tell thitn np-pll- ATTENTION! Sick. Women j 4 o. or be-lil- 1 To do your duty during theso trying your ncaitn be your first consideration. These two women tell how they found health. i n Why Not Try al TOTttA . F DTMliTTAMC mea.arM.x jw. tlllllinil VEGETABLE COMPOUND j 1 - 21-So- '""' I I I ....... ..... out-of-to- .... bond-holdin- com-mltt- eo life-blo- red-bro- Children Cry CASTO RIA nt ' STOMACH TROUBLE Black-draug- ty Children. jOry C ASTORIA ad is-eei- 'K)HHMH ? - ir "V w 7 'qftV-r- w v u 7:,.. N "7T1 .' ' " J-- 'i ktf Wi'US'1" ""t ijg m iiiiib immi 1 i I j lv M POLITICS IN PARAOHAPIIS. tho country Is engaged In n bloody wnr. Tho Kontucky ministers nro for Let us rntlicr consider cnndldntcs on tholr porsonnl merits, nnd the effect Bruner; tho Kentucky browors are UtiblMied Weekly 1).V PMXTINO COMPANY of their election on the prosecution of for Stanley. With which will you IIAUTI-'Olitho wnr nnd upon tho morals of tho voto? Incorporated Never boforo In tho history of KenW. S. TINSLEY, times. C. E. SMITH, tucky politics has It fallen nut that s. President Tho defoat of tho woman suffrage not n single Influential Democratic y resolution In tho United States Scn- - newspaper In the stato Is IMItor JOHN HHNKY THOMAS supporting a nominco of that ato by a majority of Democratic V. S. TINSliHY, Associate IMItor j votes, after tho President bad gono party for so exalted an office as nnd IJusliiess Manager. personally before that body and usk-je- d United Stntoa sonator. Ho is not n who Democrat who for Its passage as n war measure, Entered nccordlng to law at tho forever bars tho Democratic party does not know tho Democratic party Postofllco, Hartford, Ky., as mall from arguing tho election of n Dem- would be many thousand votes mattor of tho second class. ocratic senate to Insure support of stronger in Kentucky with Stanley President's war measures. defeated In November than with to tho Address nil communications Stanley elected. Tho votors In Ohio county should Tho Hartford Ropuhllcan. It is not enough that Republicans give Mr. Hcavrln tho largest vote ever have given millions of their sous nnd given to a citizen of Ohio county. to prosccuto notice to sunscuinEits.sent His eminent legal fltes for tho offico billions of dollarsnow called upontho to war, but they are Subscribers desiring tho paper splendid personal character voto tho Democratic ticket to demonto a new address must glvo tho old and his make it entirely practical to voto tor strate their loyalty. address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c him regardless of party consldorn- -' At a time when tho country Is per line, and Be per lino for addition- tlons, and it would bo no mean honor united for tho prosecution of the al Insertion. county to have ono of Its citi- greatest war in nil history; at a tlino Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards to tho highest court in tho when fraternity and cood feeling of Thanks, 5c per lino, money In ad- zens sit in tho state. vance. should bo held sacred, it is deplorable Church Notices for services frco, that men, for no higher purpose than Republican headquarters on tho but other advertisements, 6c per lino. Anonymous communications will eighth floor of tho Ropubllc building temporary partisan victory, should raise the absurd cry that men should receive no attention. in Louisville is ns busy as n beehive. support n certain party's candidates any we have But the work is unlike to demonstrate their loynlty. TELEPHONES. ever seen before, nnd we have' gone 2S Tho Hun who has read the history Cumberland through a number of them. There is of tho Republican party will find Ct Farmers Mutunl little or no partisan feeling, and very small grains of comfort in the news little politics. Win the war and elect OCTOBER 1 the best men to office, is the burden of that party winning a victory at the FKIDAY polls In November. of the work by those in charge. Truly It Is a matter of just prldo to every tho event of war takes much of the Republican that no newspaper, nor REPUBLICAN TICKET. bitterness out of tho hearts of men. speaker authorized to speak for his party, has questioned tho patriotism Wo arc told we must elect a United of tho Democratic party. States sonator to support the Presi "As goes Maine In September so dent's war policies. The President goes tho country In Novembcr"has has declared woman suffrage a war held good for fifty years. The recent measure, and went personally before election in the Pine Tree State gave the senate and asked for passage of tho largest Republican majority In Senator Beckham recent years. the resolution. voted against tho measure and Mr. Our Dmocratlc friends are alarmed Stanley refused, when called upon, lest the election of Dr. Bruner to the to &ay he would support tho suffrage United States Senate should be conamendment. Dr. Bruner has declared strued in Germany as an evidence the Brufor Woman Suffrage. Elect Dr. American people were weakening In ner to support the President's war their support of the war. Dr. Bruner policies. said in his opening speech "At tho For United States Senator very beginning of this contest BEN. L. BRUNER. Governor Dr. Bruner has asked pledge you that it elected to this Stanley if he will vote and work for high office, as I firmly believe I shall For Congress adoption of the state wide prothe JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. be, that I shall unreservedly and unhibition amendment In Kentucky equivocally support "For Appellate Judge the adminstra-tlon'- s next year, but so far the Governor MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. war politics and purpoes." has failed to answer. The Board of Perhaps if the Louisville Post would Directors of the Kentucky Federation It is October, Indian Summer, and of Woman's Clubs, in session at the print this speech in its Berlin edition no frost yet. Tho tobacco is being Watterson Hotel in Louisville Tues- It would prepare the German Empire cut and the corn is ripening in the day, sent a telegram to Mr. Stanley for a further prosecution of the war Mr. Bruner is elected. fields. Verily fortune favors us. asking him to state his position on after Only thirteen out of 250,000 Kenwoman suffrage, but with our last tucky Democrats voted for the nomiPolitics is adjourned in the Second Information Mr. Stanley had not denation of Governor Stanley for United Appellate district. Only the question fined his position. States senator. He declined to let the of life tenure in office is to bo de0S3 Democrats vote on the termined in November. twenty si other 250, Judge Settle has served question. We verily believe the dove of continuous years on the circuit and "Worse tyrants than the Kaiser peace will soon again find a place to Appellate benches in Kentucky and and bigger fools" was Governor rest from her long and weary flight. has drawn in salaries for such service Stanley's opinion of the Prohibition$110,000 from the state treasury. If We can almost hear the rustle of her ists, as expressed in a speech In Cinelected to another eight years term wings. cinnati as late as March IS, 191S. of that office he will have served In a speech in Cinsinnntl, delivered The great Liberty Loan bond sale thirty four years and will have drawn March IS, 191S, Gov. Stanley said is on. No good citizen can be excused $150,000 in public salaries. What in- there was little use of our boys layfrom lending aid to this service, but ducement for the fathers of the state ing down their lives for liberty In those who And it wholly Impossible to prepare their sons for honorable France if a lot of fanatics and cranks public service if one man may hold to help. (the prohibitionists) are allowed to office a lifetime and draw a fortune deprive Americans of liberty at homo. We wish we knew some garb of un- from the state treasury In salaries. President Wilson has urged the worn words with which to clotho our Vote for M. L. Heavrln for Judge of passage of the woman suffrago open the naked sentiments as wo behold tho the Court of Appeals, and amendment as a war measure. Dr. lovely coloring of the folage of tho way for the young men for public Bruner has announced he will suppreferment. autumn forest. port the woman suffrage amendment. Gov. Stanley refuses to commit himShout over the allied victories In is almost pitible to see Mr. StanIt self. Whom &hall we send to tho scn-at- o the west and the removal of Bulgaria ley, with some measure of public to support the President's war from the war in the east, but buy preferment behind him nnd now measures? Liberty Bonds and save sugar just aspiring to sit in the senate of his Having served his district in tho like you expected the war to last Ave country, standing alone and unsup- lower house of the American conyears. ported. When tho liquor combine gress and his state as Governor it is was powerful in both political parties Poor Bulguria! She went into tho in the state Mr. Stanley became the almost pliable to see Mr. Stanley, now war purely for mercenary purposes, champion of their Interest and they by tho accident of death and the and now she has been forced to ac- made him governor. But now tho fortunate mastery of the Democratic cept terms of unconditional surren- whisky people, down and out, have state central committee, u candidate for her no further use for his services, and for United States senator, btandlng' der. A Just punishment alone amid tho wreck of tho powers crimes. tho dry people outraged with his made him. Not a single imporwhisky record, recoil from his sup- that tant Democratic newspaper In the This newspaper has no word of port and even the most influential disparagement for Judge Settle as a Democratic newspapers will not allow state Is loyally supporting him. Only browers and distillers, now shorn citizen or as a judge, but it very his name to appear on their edltoral the power, und the lowly confirmly believes that no man should pages. Intending to appear of their Without be elected for the third term to any cynical, wo entertain a feeling of pity victs who have enjoyed the grace of office, and especially to ono with an for him on account of his disappulnt- - his pardon, aro sincerely pruylng for his election. eight year term. Iment at his blasted career. m Tho defoat of the woman suffrage WAR TRAIN COMING amendment In tho senate Tuesday OHIO COUNTY'S QUOTA 0l Kli LIISKHTV LOAN IS means a Republican congress In November. Nineteen stutes have woman The United States War St. Louis, Sopt. 27. 1918. Tho suffrage and tho Democratic conquota of Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds Exhibit Train will be at Beagressmen elected In those states will to bo sold by Ohio County, in tho be few and far between. Dam Wednesday Octocampaign that opened Saturday, Sept. ver In a down town district In Louis-vlll- o 28 and closes Saturday, October 19, ber 9, at 7:30 P. M. Exhibits paint has failed to fully craso a covering a period of three weeks is of guns, depth bombs, torpelarge billboard sign, painted when $250,000. Tho county's quota In tho Third does, shells and war trophies Stanley was a candidate for governor three years ago, which reads, j Liberty Loan was $84,900 and tho will be shown. A wonderful AND amount of bonds to bo sold totaled opportunity to see demonSTANLEY VOTE KOR $242,050. AGAINST PROHIBITION. Tho quota for tho present cam- strations of actual war methTwenty six Democrats and twenty paign Is considerable larger than for ods. Exhibition free. Everyseven Republican senators voted for ( former loans, and to reach tho sales tho President's war measure woman allotted, and go ovor tho top and body should see it. Miffragu bill and twenty ono Demo- demonstrate to tho world that our crats and ten Republicans votod county is 100 per cent American de- A.V IJXIMlltl.MKXT IX PUBLIC t'OXTROL against It, and still they tell us wo pends upon the prompt rospouso of sonator our citizens. must elect a Democratic which tho Ono of tho problems This county has douo its full duty from Kentucky to support tho Presiiln tho past, and now that our boys tire government acquired with tho rail-toadent')! war inuasuroH. was. "What to do with tho on foreign soil, wrosting victory from uualnttfc?" Tho express UH4r our ayiitam of government tho Hun. there W no quustton but the wore doing tholr business unvo aiuet hu munu politic, but lui loyal eltlione of the county will do der contracts with tho railroads .us have no bitter puitlbunehlp while their full duty. The Hartford Republican . 44 BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS! . Scc.-Trca- whole-heartedl- 4- - I J : 4 The Latest Autumn Styles For Ladies. o 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. . tU--. jbi2ai&:t'ia. . 1 Prices on Ladies' Suits $lS.OO to $35.00 CARSON & COMPANY t na.rLii)ru.' rveiiLiiuKV. " TO - I .SJ.-l,0- whlchit soon appeared could not bo carried out under the general operation contemplated, in unifying tho railroads. After considerable negotiation, the plan has been adopted of organizing by thO officered a new company, most progressive express men, which bought tho property of nil tho old their express companies, assumed leases and took up the handling of all the express business of tho cntiro country where tho old companies dropped it on July 1, 1918. The contract with tho Director General under which tho new American railway Express Company operates is unique; the Government, taking tho place of the railroads, is to bo paid 50.25 per cont of tho gross earnings of tho Express Company from transportation of express matter nnd In addition Is to participate in all net earnings In excess of live per cent return on actual capital Invested by tho Express Company. Tho Government's share Is graduated, being one half of tho finjt two per cent, In excess of live of tho next three per cent; s of any per cont, and furthur excess. Tho experiment horo tried is well worth watching, if tho now Express Company,, allowing It n proper time to organize Its sorvlco, makes good, It may prove tho solution of much larger problems than tho express. Upon Its faco It seems good combining as it does with tho benefits of private management, ownership and Initiative with Government supervision, regulation and participation In any excess earnings. Tho first Important development since its beginning indicates both decision nnd courago; tho management having received a ten per cent advance rate, promptly expended tho entire amount of the Increase in raising tho wngos 0 of employes receiving less than two-thirthree-fourth$2,-00- OHIO COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHERS Dear Teachers: As the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign Is on, the teachers aro called upon and expected to do their part. I have been ap' pointed Chairman of the teachers of Ohio County and been asked to call upon them to assist In this campaign In a way to get tho most results. It Is not possible to get nil or a vory great numbor of teachers together to confer with them in regard to plans. Hut after conferring with some teachers wo havo decided upon tho following plan and hope that every teacher will do her or his part so far as can be done. In tho first plnco ovory teacher In Ohio county should buy a bond of some denomination Just as early in tho campaign as possible. When tho teachers havo dono this much, thoy will feel more liko doing their part to get tho other fellow to buy. In tho second place, let tho teachers observe as patriotic week, in this campaign tho week beginning Octobor 7 This can bo dono very effectively by preparing n patriotic program of songsK readings, etc., nnd rendering this program at tho school some evening or afternoon to which nil purents" have been Invited. The parents should not only bo Invited, but tho program so well advertised that they will not fall to come. After the program rendered by tho children, hnvo soma ono there to mnko n speech. When all is over, havo some of the l children who can talk bonds ready sumo, If tho touchers prefer, two or three schools might go in together and have a program In common. Iiy all means let each school do something The Heaver Dam school has prepared a pageant for Tuesday evening Oct. 1 nnd is preparing another for Octobor the 9th. What ono enn do every school can do. J' Hoping that each school will do nit In Its power, I am at your service, B. B. TATKU. Sopt. .10 1918. Heaver Dam, Ky. has-beeto-sel- Buy W. S. S. And Help Squelch Kaiserism Then Get Yourself One of Those Famous Progress Air Tight Heaters I f per annum. CORNS JtHMOVKI). Dr. K. M. Smith romoves bunions, ds corns and Ingrowing too nails. Those desiring work of this nature will leave tholr orders down town or uco see him on the streets, Octobor 0,7, and 8th. Also at Beaver Dam October 9th. only. 14tl The musoullno id oa of an Inlolloo-tuwoman 1 one who la nu thin a match and woais glasses. nl And that will make two good investments to your credit. You will vn..r fuel and enjoy the comforts of a warm room. Found only at ifflf ACTON BROS., : Hartford, Ky.Jj com-nanl- M , t4tf4 t 4 Special Notice! S The ladies of Ohio County are hereby summoned to appear before us in the next ten clays to see our splendid showing in Millinery, Coats, Coat Suits, Silks, Woolens, "Waists, Shoes, Hosiery, etc. This notice does not compel you to make a purchase, but is merely given that we may show you this splendid line of merchandise. Our trade in our Department has been phenominal. Others are buying; why not you? Spend your money with your home merchant, and save your extra dollars to invest in War Saving stamps and merty lionus. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Ready-to-Wear Mrs. Agnes Woodward, of Youngs-towMrs. Prnn Taylor fell on tho con-- L Ohio. 1b visiting her daughter. ..w ... ...u ifv full in. it;i lt;ni-- l iMrs. Byron Barnes, nt Hcnvcr Dam. denco a few days ago nnd sovcrely sprained her nrm, nnd has cnrrlc 1 It Mr. M. L. llcnvrln loft.ycstorday In n "ullng" for several days. morning for a canvas of tho Second Appollnlo district, in IiIk rnco for Major .1. L. Lallongor, of (Vmp Judge of tho Court of Appeals. Taylor spout a fow days with relatl'ua nt Beaver Dam tho first of tho wo:ik. Jndgo nnd Mr. Cook and daughtor, Mnjor Lallenger will leavo, with his MIhh Lizzie, ii nd little command, for tho oast this week. Wlnnlo, wore wcok end guests of friends nt their former homo at Mr. (leorgo Ahram, of Koine D.ivlcsq county, hut formerly of SulArnold. phur Springs, was In Hartford a low Former School Superintendent Oz-- n days ago to attend to some buslnoj u Shults lost a valuable horso last for his mother-in-laMrs. week. The imiinal had Its leg broken by a kick of another horse, and it hud to be killed. S. O. Hunter, W. W. Harris, Foglo nnd Ira Ucan attended See the big beans hanging in our tho district meeting of tho Army Y. window. One of them Is 27 inches In M. C. A. nt Owcnsboro, Tuesday. length. The variety Is known ns tho Ohio county's prorata of tho 0 "Yard Long" benn, and was grown Y. M. C. A. fund Is $4,G00. by Superintendent E. S. Hownrd. Tho drive to ralso this fund will ho- gln November 11 nnd closo Nov. 19. Rev. and Mrs, Virgil Elgin stopped over in Hartford, on their way from Among those Hartford people who tho Annual Conference nt Madlsou-vill- c, saw Dan Griffith's groat screen, to visit their son here. Urol her Hearts of Tho World, at Owcnsboro Elgin goes to Adairvillo this year. Tuesday night, were: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Myrtle Claude Blankcnship, On account of the high prices of Mn'ddox, lion Taylor nnd Sweet land in Daviess county many farmers Nail, Misses Myrtlo Lashhrook, Wlnof that county are coming to Ohio nlo SImmcruian nnd Clara Robinson, county to buy fand. If you have a Messrs. Arthur Kirk, Otis Howard, fnrm for sale advertise it in tho nnd Mack Poglc. n, grnnd-dnugh-tcr, el $170,-000,00- i '$Sffi&SVS a&9$QQWVM0 N ew Fssdi uits You have already been thinking about the new suit you need for fall and winter. Conser- vation during the war, and even after, is very necessary. Economy merchandise, the best for the money, its costs has always been the slogan of this store. Good suits are high in price, but cheap suits are much the highest when service and appearance are considered. We help you conserve by furnishing you suits that spell real economy. This store is the home of HART, SCHAFF-NE& MARX'S Fine Clothes. Strictly R Miss Ethyle Coppage, of Dundee, has received a card from her brother, Josse J. Coppage announcing his safo Mr. Coppage is a arrival Prlvato in the S4th. Division, Bat- tery 325, P. A. over-seas. Eyes tested, glasses and frames carefully adjusted. You lose If you fall to get our prices first. J. 15. TAPPAN. 12t4 Jeweler and Optician. The call for 79 men, to bo sent to Camp Tnylor tho first of this month, has been cancelled on account of tho epidemic of lnfluncza at the camp. No definite time is now fixed for sending the men to Camp. When you aro in Loulsvillo If you aro in need of spectacles drop into tho Ball Optical Company, at C13 Fourth Ave. and let them fit you. These people do thoi hlgcst class of work and they won't rob you in charges. Tho Manager, Mr. Robert Ball, is a former Breckcnrldgo boy, and will heartily welcome a visit from tho people of his neighbor county, Ohio. The singing convention at Mt. Herman Sunday was a big event. It was an all day meeting with an abundance" of dinner on the grounds. The Beulah, Williams, Mt. Morlah and Mt. Herman classes took part in tho exercises. Patriotic songs nd speeches were a part of tho program, and according to Dillls Ward, the music excelled anything heard this side of tho choir of the angelic hosts. k, all-wo- ol workmanship and styles They cost less in proportion to the time they last, and fit and look better behigh-clas- fabrics, s sides. You can't afford to miss seeing our Suits. Just look, that's all we ask. If you can't see that it's to your best interest to buy our Suits, we won't expect to sell you. i . Scrgt. II. B. Matthews, Company K. 336 Inft. S4th. Division, has mado a safo arrival "Over There" according to word received by his father nnd Leslie White, of Balzetown, boardmother, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mat- ed with Mr. Luther Duvall, at Mcthews, of McIIenry. IIenry, nnd according to a statement of Mr. Duvall, White overlooked the Mrs. S. B. Bennett, of Decatur, matter of paying his board bill. Mr. Ala., who has been visiting in the Duvall came beforo tho county Judge county for sovoral weeks, left for and instituted proceedings to compel homo yesterday. Mrs. Bennett was ac- White to come Into court and show companied home by her brother-in-lacause, if any there is, why he should eel or tho events or his time. A rancier "i10"1 Mr. T. S. Bennett. not pay the bill. A warrant was IsThe Hartford Republican! the5Ir- - aml Mrs- - name' DukoOw?ns or horses, and fond of sports ho ownSTRAY STREAKS week end with relatives at sued for White some time ago, charged, at a time when local horse racing horo and Kvansvlllo. Capt. and Mrs. C. Perry Keown, of ing him with carelessness In the matwas a favorite sport and passtime, OCTOBER I FRIDAY (By Fluke McFluke.) Camp Kearney, Cal., havo advised ter of drawing bank checks. some of tho fastest horses of the supEastman Kodaks, films and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal P. local race courses, and many was tho plies, at Keown, that they are tho grandIn a letter to her husband, Mr. M., H. & E. II. It. TIME TAOLH ho won or lost on tho local 12t4 J. B. TAPPAN'S. Ono drop of water is equal to 1 dollar parents of a little girl the stork left Rowan Holbrook, Mrs. Holbrook fouth Bound, No. 115 grain; 60 drops equals 1 dram, hut sport. at tnelr home September 24th. writes she is now at Canton, China. Or a riery and impetuous temper.....8:05 a, m. Dae at Hartford., A good llvo room house in HartHer son, Mr. McIIenry Holbrook, is Ernest Birkhead says the same Is not ament, Mr. Petty played 'his part In Uorth Bound, No. 114 ford, close to depot, for salo cheap. true or whiskey, by a durn sight. Wo wero out of tho office from Fri- now employed in a bank at Canton. 6.46 p, m. the political controversies or his time, Dae at Hartford Seo J. B. TAPPAN. 1214 day until Tuesday night, so if there Young Holbrook and Miss Mary and at a time when politics, heated by (Both "Mixed" Tralna.) Squire Dean says Bat Nail has had the issues of the war, trequeutly is anything In the paper you like Smith, of Pordsvllle, were recently Quite a number of Hartford people credit it to associate editor Tinsley, married In Hongkong, China. Mrs. most nigh every contagious disease ended In personal encounters. Always attended' tho Liberty Loan Rally at and if there is somthlng you don't Holbrook says there aro no beasts known to medical science, 'ceptln in evidence at barbecues, the raco Centertown Tuesday. like Just charge it up to the chief of burden nor motor vehicles in Hong tho old fashioned 7 year catch. So courses, political meetings and other space filler. kong, but nil transportation, freight ho thought he would retch down ono public gatherings, his fine physiquo I Personal News Lieut. Lum S. Iglcheart and wife, and passenger, is done by coolie or his old suits or clothes for Bat to and his bold manner made him a of Loulsvillo, visited relatives here Mrs. Mary Burch Gentry died at power. Tho gullded litter of tho clean and press, which would fix Bat marked man where over he appeared. and Social Kuents. tho first of tho week. her home, near Prledland, last week. grandeo and tho carts carrying the so's he'd git a whole lot or real But now time has cooled his ardor Sho died of pneumonia. Mrs. Gentry hoavlcst freight aro moved by man pleasure and satisfaction a scratchln' and mellowed his temper, and he is Messrs. John Flener and son, J. was tho widow of Joseph Gentry, was power. and a clawing uv tho itching spots a quiet old man at the homo or bis were about sixty years old and was a Clnrron, of near Logansport, during the long nights uv tho coming son, Rev. P. M. Petty, a prominent Mr. II. P. Foreman, of Narrows, here on business Friday. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John HoovTho registration in tho city of winter. Methodist minister, who is also well was in town Tuesday. er, of Friedaland. Louisville, Tuesday and Wednesday known to Ohio countians. Mr. Petty Miss Kennedy Collins left Monday Tho Court recently entered an or- asked us about many or the older was a great victory for tho RepubliBowling Green, where she goei for Look for Ellis Ico Company's 2 der directing Sheritr Aus Bratcher Tho first of the five Lyceum cans. The Democrats registered citizens, who were a part of his time, 14-to luko a business course. on this pago. courses, that will be put on at the votes and tho Republicans to destroy a dozen or so quarts or and appeared sensibly! saddened whiskey taken trom alleged Booze when wo Informed htm they had all College) Building this winter, appear- registered 16,342, a majority or Mr. Lyman Taylor, of Beaver Dam, ed hero Thursday night of last week. Mrs. Apnd Lashbrook has gone to for tho Democrats. Last year, Peddlers. Bratcher and Cicero Crow-do- r, gone over the Great Divide. To tho Oklahoma where she will spend the has gone to Lexington to enter n It was a clean, high class intertnln-men- t, when tho Republicans chier deputy claim to havo com- present generation Mr. Petty's name carried the military school in that city. winter. and the subsequent appear- city, tho Democratic registration ma- piled with tho Court's order and will appear a strange one, but those ances should havo a liberal jority was 9,609. Much or tho rail off technically speaking I rathor think past sixty will recall him as no mean Miss AnnCtte Gillesplo was the Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappau saw In tho Democratic voto was duo to they havo, or will If given time, but cItUen of hIa tlm and w, be ,eag. guest of our linotyplst, Miss Gustiuo great Bcreen at Owcnsboro the unpopularity of Stanley, hut a what wo can't understand is. what cd to learn that he ,8 stm I(1Ufetiy. Mills, near Bcda Sunday. night. Hartford is improving. The snnko part or It is accounted Tor by tho in thunder makes theso two old birds 'enj0ylnK his rlne old ago ' well has been cleaned out nnd Jnck Democrats not being able, through so gay and frollcsom these days? And j Owen Hunter and W. J. Bean Frost will soon remove tho weeds want or control or tho police depart- why the immonso odor or cloves nnd 'K0TCK xo DISCONTINUE ROAD. Mossre. Uoyl and Roy Baugh, of upon tho bearded breath or i Routo 1, Beaver Dam, wero In town attended the Methodist conference from tho sidewalks. Now If tho old ment, to register several thousand sen-se- n at Mudlsonvillo last week. Tuesday. sloII holes in tho pavement, near tho phony voters. If tho Republicans theso two sleuths or tho law. nhin Cnnntv Cnurt. Bottling Works, wero filled up tho old carried tho city last year with a rm Hon. Mack Cook, Judge: Hobart Ralph, of Narrows nnd town would soon bo presentable registered Democratic majority of DO you get UP at night? Sanol IS. w Mm limlnrnlirnpil l.inil nwtinra Tho government Is to fix tho prlco . or shoos, and tho prlco will bo greut-l- y Cora Evons, of Fordsvillo, wero mar- again. more than nine thousand what will surely tho best tor all kidney or bind-- . COIintv rtspectrully nptition Sanol gives roller inot 0, ried in Owensboro Tuesday. lowered. Its majority bo this year when tho dor troubles. nil backacho and blad-t- h discontinuance ot tho following 24 hours form Tho Fiscal court was In session registered majority Is a bare two tor troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed .public road, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Boston, of Crnno Tuesday and Wednesday, but tho thousand. Damascus, tho must aucient city in remedy. GOc and $1.00 a bottlo at Tho public road from what is 4C-tho drug Store. vnmv nit thn firnnr trnstln of thn tho world, has fallen iuto tho hands Pond section, wore in Hartford Tues- session was devoted wholly to routine day, and whilo hero called at this work, and no business of general I KAMI FOR SALE. of tho Allies. Illinois Central railroad and at tho offlco. FOR SALK. public interest was transacted. Total A 70 acre, hill and valley rami, owensboro and Leitchfield road to Ono good utility mare, for sale at tlle roaa, from Tom down's past claims for plowing on roads wero G mile's uorth or Hartford on tho Miss Mattlo Tlchonor was a visitor Judge Mack Cook and family allowed, amounting In tho aggregate Owensboro road. Cheap, terms easy. a bargain. Also ono yearling colt. tho James Murnhy and R. L. Owen with Mlsti Irene Ward, of Xocrcetc. visited relatives and frlonds at their to $1,4CB. J. W. THOMAS, 12t2. W. R. CARSON, Tuesday night. toward Ziou church and lands Dundee, Ky. old homo, neur Arnold from SaturHarttord, It. 3. llt4p Haynesvillo, being tho road lying; Do not forget that November 1, wo along tho lauds ot Joe Cheek, W. J. Press Kissinger, of Simmons died day until Monday. LIBERTY LOAN RALLIES. must drop from our mailing list all Greor, Willie Wells, James Howard of Influenza at Camp Taylor, Monday. OUTLIVED IIIK GENERATION. Miss Iluttlo Ilor and Miss Laura subscribers who aro more than three and Arch Cooper, because tho pcti- Ho leaves a wlfo. Shaver of Owensboro, visited tho fam- months in arrears. This is not a That tho people or Ohio County Suuday afternoon wo mot, on Honors say that said road is tiot of lawyers aro a busy ilies of Messrs. W. G. unci Jas. C. choico of our own, but an order from limy bo fully informed as to their Brook street in Loulsvillo, an old man bulllclent public uso or of not to Tho Hartford to tho gonoral tho War Industries Bonrd. If you do patriotic duty with reference to tho with yoars and troinbling with llclent importance lot Just n fronvwistlng tho drafted Bennett this week. not want to miss a copy of tho paper Fourth Liberty Loan nnd that tho ago, who fifty yoars ago was ono of traveling public as to warrant its men in uiniwylth "A,their Mr. John C. Itlloy has sold his givo tho matter your attention now. bonds offered Is a safo and prolltnblo the best known citizens or Ohio conn- - continuance as a county road, and farm, tho "Rabbit Ranch," to Walter Investment, there will bo speaking ty. At tour score years and soven tho thoy bay thnt whatever, it any, or Hartford, and F. T. Dout-lilt- t, Attorney Charles Wedding died at uu this subject by tho following: gentleman retains all his facul- - convenience that might result from Wellor.who has been teach- Park, Orvlllo of Daviess comity. Hopowell ties, and with much Interest told us tho discontinuance ot said road can Rev. A. 1). Litchfield, his homo in Kvunsvllle, Monday. Mr. ing at Point Plousunt, has reslgiio.l Wedding was roared near Sulphur Octobor 12th. 7:30 p. m. of events about Hartford and In tho bo remedied by tho establishment of his school, and will enter tho military Rev. Wnltor Groep, Olnton, Octo county that Interested tho generation prlvuto passways of sutlleiout convtui- Kuslgu Otis Hownrd, of the United Springs, In Ohio county, and was a service. lonco nnd nccoiumodatlou of tho por- now dead and gone. States' Navy, is at homo with liU son of Mark Wedding. Ho was a bor ith, 7".'10 p. hi. Rav. A. J). Lltchfiold, Mt. Carina!, Iflfiv Mm! ulvtv iiml nvnn unvimlv RniiH whose Inmls abut x.'ild rn.ii!. and Mia. t'hniley couiiu of Judge R. It. Wedding of Tho Rod Cross ladlos aro busy at parents, Mr. This August 31, 1013 yoars ago John W. Petty, of Sulphur Hartford. Mr. Wadding's wlfo died a Oatobor Cth, 3:00 p. in their rooms, and aro turning out Howard, for a brief visit boforo JRov. It. 10. Puquu and Jn o. II. WIN Sprlnga, htrong and vigorous In his P CHEi boys lu taring tho Naval Academy at Anunpu-tb- o faw wuaks ago, mid grief ovor her usuful articles for our WILLIE Wall), it la wild, hastened his own. sou, Ball's Run, October G, 2:30 p. m young Mftnuood, waa a part aad yar-- Ut2 j"8, trenches. J..- Ikz&l&Got E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. vsssss ss$$ g 18,-36- 2t 2,-0- 20 ,, 1,1 to-w- yr ( , suf-whi- in-o- ld - - rj- - I v -- tt ., t t " .A- - A 1 . If 1 - wm wrwewS IIIUW'''"'!' "' 32 r ItOCKTOHT. Hoard James Wilson. Ch'ni'n. Clerk Hushing Hunt. Polico Judge John T. Jackson. Marshnl Will Langford. UKAVltll DAM. Ch'ni'n. Hoard W. T. MoKennoy. Clork 11. V. KltiK. Polico Judge J. W. Coopur. Marshal It. K. Stovons. FOItnSVMiliK. ' Ch'm'u. Hoard W. 11. Jones. Clerk Olln Cobb. Polico Jtidgo C. P. Kosslnscr. Marshal Grant Pollard. Vehct llcnus Hnho , ffiON FISG ATI 0 N OF SAVINGS Keep the Hopper Full - By Halleck -; SoiiIIi'h Food 'I'loliloini. Tlio feed cutest Ion is being solved In tunny pnrta of the South by abundant yields of volvat hoans wliicji woro jmiwii on n lnnre nrrongo tills Owing to the Increased ncrnace In Ooorgin, thut state iilmie could tnkn rare of t.0.000 to 100,000 bond of rait In from state whoro fornge Ih f'caree, nccordltiK to n report recently s. received by the Ilurcnii of Crop Lurso iiuaiitltles of lust year'A velvet beans also remain on hand nnd are being used e.xteuslvoly in feedhiK dairy cattle. In tests conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture on tlio Government farms nt Ueltsvlllo, JUL, it was found that velwith vet beans compare favorably cotton-see- d meal, producing profitable Rains when the beans nro tho solo concentrate of the ration; that a combination of corn silage nnd velvet beans forms a satisfactory ration for fattening steers for market; that It Is more prolltnble to feed soaked beans than It is to grind tlieut; and that moro beans will be eaten If soaked before they are fed than If they are fed dry. DIRECTORY CIHCU1T COURT. JIUITC L yr. S 1 GERMAN INSIDIOUS IS HUN PnOPAOANDA SPREAD TO HINDER FOURTH LI3ERTY LOAN. RUMORED AT MANY PLACES. l'ftSi nmmtrs&rtuc wu,y Kstl-inato- JutlRc It. W. Slack, Owensboro. C. K. Smith, HartCom'lli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porlor, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fuml Cal P. Keown, . Hartford. 1st Monday ln March 12 Com'th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dny 1st Monilny in July 12 Com'th. nnd Civil. 3d Monday ln Septomber Civil. 1th Mondny ln November Com'th. and Civil. COUNTY" COUNT. Moots ' days Civil. days 12 days ww&w SEKF-.4:!.ft.H- 1 mam mm, 1I Enemy Victory the Only Thing That Could Take Away American Property. Federal authorities 11 &m .", h," jmmmam& L..-- aiiVJ Mfifl m t r-m- . ori'ICIAL SCHOOL CALUNDAH. 12 days 13. County Hoard of Kdiicntlon. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hart- are calling .lltlll llllliuj at- - body unnamed, Is to seize all savin"? banks deposits for war purposes. 01 course this is nothing more nor less than n pro German lie stated by soma nnd kalscrlto or some weak-kneeAm.erlcan who might as well Lave been In the Kaiser's pay It is difficult to believe that any sane person In America would believe such a report for .1 minute. However, It Is reported nt Washington thnt It Is beinj; believed by a few easily fooled persons. Secretary of the Tieasury says that the foolishness of these rumors 13 plain, but In order to set nt rest the fears of a few who might be worried he states officially that these rumors are without any basis of fact; in brief they are plain lies put out tc hinder the Fouitli Llbeity lxan. If Germany Should Win. There is only one thing that will en danger the bank deposits of America 'There Is only one way in which they 'might be confiscated. That one thing ,1s a German victory. If the Huns could defeat us and the Trench, Brit 'ish and Italians In Europe and invade this country, then there is but little idoubt that savings accounts, stocks, bonds, jewelry, gold, real estate and (everything in the way of property would bo confiscated. i The one thing that will take away (ownership in private property In this country Is to let the Germans win the, war, either by actual rce of arms or through the failure of mericans to support the war ai they should by buying Liberty Bonds or paying taxes. It is foolish to fear that our own Government is going to damage the (people of this country its own people. iAVith the American armies fighting aa 'well as they are now on the soil of IFrance, and the American people from ' icoast to coast supporting the army aa iney now are ana nave eeen inrougn our first years of the war, the Ameri- can savings accounts, money, bonds, farms and factories are safe.' ' Hun Propaganda. Federal officials point out that it Is uermany ana us looting norues matthe American savings bank depositor has to fear and not our ow armies that are fighting to protect American soil. American property and American ' In the statement received here from the J. S. Treasury Department statement Is made: "The United States instead of con- fiscating or endangering the savings' and other propeity of its people is de- fending them and theirs with all the1 irresistible might of this invincible d weak-brained I - that the Government, or some other lias been in circulation for forao weeks IlllUil IU tb yi l VJI. lllitl i mamwmjzm V; 'niwYm mm :mmiAmm t m i'V."u'i:j-W- rrn r imAtdflJT. - -- l mwMwfflmffiZmi; . ,i,,,., . . I How's This? TVo mmstmmBwmmM GilSBUIELESS DAY w n ... offer One Iliimlrfil Dolhri TJrrvnrd for nny case of Catnrrli tbnt cannot be cureil by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine bus been tnttcn by catarrh sufferers for tlio past thirty-fl- c years, nnd 1ms brcoino known ns tlio FISCAL COUltT. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catnrrh Medicine aets thru the Illooil on Moets Tuesdny after first Mondny the Mucoui surfaces oxpelllnjr tho Pol- son from tho ntood nnd heallnjr the dls- - In January, April and October. cased portions. After you lmve tnUen Hall's Catarrh 1st Dlsttlct Ed Shown, Hartford, Medicine for n. short time yen will see a Itouto 3. In Improvement Kr. nt oitr Koncrn. Unci District Sam L. Stevens, Deav-c- r hralth Stnrt tnklnif Hall's C.itnrrh Medicine at onre Bttd tfet rhl of t'utnrrh. Send Dam. foi testimonials fr-- e ct Q. 1L Hrown. Simmons. .'till I J. niHN'IIV TO. Toledo. Ohio. v Sold by all Dpi O. W. Kowe, Center-towItli Dlstik't l)l-trl- first Mondny in each month. .Inline Mack Cook. County Atl'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Ulankcnshlp. Sheriff S. A. Ilratcher. 13. Kupci liiiendeu't S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. D. E. Ward. Tnv Commissioner Hun v) or C. S. Moxley. Coroner Dr. A. II. Itlley. ford, Ky. Dlv. No. 2 3 4 5 6 O. W. Duff, Fordsville, Ky. Div. No. II. L. Carter, Narrows, Goff, Ky. Dlv. No Ilobort Itoslno, Ky. Div. No. Dlv. No. Ky. Y Otis H. Stevens, Heav er Dam, Ky. Nat Dudley, Ctntor-tow- n, Time of Meeting 1st Monday Ib Februnry; 1st Monday In April; 1st Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In October; 1st Mondny in Decombor. County Hoard of Exnmlners Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. Duff. 13. S. O. W. el' m hiiH Am Mtia 'ipp- - S.ncil In Koili-ii- t C'ONTKOIi rAJII'AKJN. SKS FEED MOLE Of U. S. TD M IB RtiH 'Sunday Abstinence of Autolsts Means 2,8jD,C0O Hand Grenades i for Pershing. When the American people locked their automobiles for a gasless Sun- - j ,day on Sept. 1 they saved enough money to provide Gen. Pershing's army with 5,000 machine guns casting $250 each. They saved enough money to buy food for the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe for two whole da)s. They saved enough money to pro-idGen. Pershing's army with 2,800,-- ' ' 000 hand grenades. They saved enough money to pay for 35,784 completely equipped rifles of the tjpo the American infantryman carries when he goes into conflict. j A Big Saving. These figures were revealed in a Treasury statement, issued recently, appealing to the American public to turn its savings from abstinence into Var Savings Stamps or set them aside for investment in Liberty Bonds. Tho Treasury statement reminded the lic that these savings which are being tffectcd are of no value to the govern-thi- s n;ent ln ltg prosecution of the war uniess tney are made available for ' its U3e Tho Fuel Administration reported that tbe saving of gasoline on the second gasless Sunday amounted to 6,000,000 gallons, which, valued at 25 cents a gallon, meant a saving to American pockelbooks of $1,250,000. In transportation alone this meant a saving of 625 tank cars for an average ' haul of 200 miles. The rubber saved by giving tires a day's rest would be sufficient to equip 3,500 motor trucks for the American army with tires capable of running 5,000 miles. up e pub-live- ' Think of the Many Opportunities for Investment Which the War Loans Offer. The vast borrowings of the government made necessary by the war have startled a good many patriotic but Involuntarily people. perhaps, they feel that an exacting demand is being made on eerybody aud they grow uneasy and restless. Private and public expenditures are being curbed riht and lett so thnt the government may have more and more short-thinkin- ir.ouey. It has not been possible to trace the rumor relating to the confiscation of savings accounts to its source, but from the fac.t that it appeared In widely separated parts of the country at about the same time it is evident that some pro German agency had busied itself with spreading tho story in the hope that it might hurt the success of the Fourth Liberty Lorn. But the money Is staying right hre in this country. And the great government war issues afford excellent investment opportunities to the business man. He can loan his capital to the government at 4U per cent inter- est, a rate which after the war will make a security of such safety and he can get his capital Lack at a time when its purchasing pover will bo greatly increased. Financiers Study Situation. "No doubt these factors will '. e appreciated ln time and the bonds will ultimately find their proper market levels," says tho Wall Street Journal. That financial journal goes on to say prices quoted dur- that the under-pa- r ing the summer on some of the issues reflect only a temporary condition. It says further that every effort is being made and will be made by the Secretary of tho Treasury to see that all legislation which has to do with monev will work out to the benefit of tho bondholder. Financiers who have studied the loan sales, which have been comparatively few, report that a large number of the transactions are started by mlsT informed holders of small amounts of bondswbo do not understand the tax Moro than $100,000 worth of crops were saved for the farmers in three Oregon counties by a rodent-contrcampaign carried on by couutj agents, in cooperation vl it li tbe Survey of tlio United States Fifty of Agriculture. Department thousand sage rats and more than 0,000 jack rabbits were killed In the June Campaign in Crook and Deschutes counties. Ore. Investigation has shown that each rodent does more than a dollar's worth of damage to We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi crops in a season. On this basis the campaign saved tlio farmers of these two comities more than $50,000. In Douglas county u member of the county court has estimated that the Trench Dry Cleaned and Pressed Is campaign to control gray diggers hah Superior Manner. been worth more than $50,000 to the your Garments and Wr Send us county. Them m I'OOI) PHICKS XOT llAISKI). CLHAN ol Hlo-loglc- nl nnd 20 Common School Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common Schoos ."tli Dlstilct W. C. DaiiEhorty.Halzc- - Diploma Examination. May 17 nnd IS County Tonchers town. (Itli DNtilct W. S. Dean, Dundee Examination (white). County Tonchers' May 21 and 25 7th District II. F. Hlco, Fordsvlllo. (colored). Htli Distill t D. C. Ilhoades, Hart- Examination ford, Itouto C. Juno 22 and 23 County nnd Stnto Teachers' Examination (wlilto). IIAIlTFOItl). Juno 2S and 23 County and State Mayor J. K. Hean. Tcnchers' Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 and 21 County nnd Stnto Clerk J. A. Howard. Polico Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (whlto). K. P. Casebler. Sept. 27 nnd 28 County and Stnte Marshal Jan. 2T. I n. Ladies' and Men's Garments ml WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A SQagSivk Trealrcenl WEAIC W: f y?LJ (Of LUNGS or CONSUMPTION CLEANED gilt-edge- d, statutes. WOMAN'S WORK FOR THE FOURTH LOAN SMALL BONDHOLDER MISSES POINT AS TO National Committee Receives Many VIRTUAL TAX ESCAPE Dm.. Rnn In Rcnnnc N ... ..v.r....v, v.. w..U , " " Investor Should Realize All S3Ues He Responses are conilnic In every day to Owns Are Practically Free 'the National Woiiuiu'h Liberty Loan From Taxation. 'Committee In answer to the request which Mm. William G. .Ic.duo. ohalunnn iof that urbanization. Kent out a dlstinu-'ll- e Financiers studying tho market concroup of women poets for a stirring i. jippeal for the Fourth Llbeity Loan ditions with regard in particular to The follow Inu poem Iihh been sent to Liberty Bond figures find that a great Mrs. McAdoo by Miss JIdlth Thomas, ft many of the bond transactions are inin writer of ern for Harper's. tiated by jcrsona who do not under Scrlbncr'a nnd tho Atlantic Monthly. stand the statutes which safeguard tho The Sharers. Dear men of ours In Holds of scath Various issues of bonds. For instance, small holders have afar, Who for tho wide world's sako are been selling their 4 and 4U per cent bonds In order to buy tho 3 V4 per cent pledged to fight Till stablished bo the Commonwealth bonds of the first loan, because the S'jS are completely exempt from tux. of Right. What toll beneath the red ascendant i As a matter of fact, for the small In- wstor tho 4s and 4Us carry the same star, What wounds are vours, whereof how freedom from taxation, practically. No lux now In existence or later to be many a scar s That shall be precious ln our tearful levied can affect the 4s nnd 4 Us tho holder owns $5,000 worth or sight-Tr- uce to all that! Havo wo no pres- more. Wall Street Opinion. ent might, Hence, tho gieat majority of the J'o aid to bring you women us wo bmall lnvestois pay no tax on the aro? bonds of tho Second or Third ibsueb. Though no Command of Death our The Wall Street Journal recently said: legions form "More to be deplored Is tho genonil To fiuht bosldo you. yot thero Is a lnck ot appreciation of tho ultimate way: Value of tho Liberty Ilond, no niuttei CouirHdiwat-arius- . our wills aro quick ol what description. All the econommid warm ic of war and finance point to govern Our lmmtui wo pltdge, your valors to iiiMiit bonds us the most uiMUy; and soundest ln ixttw-n- t a parHon can ItoteUl. la plu uf Ht Th tSend sUill uuKt during tu u times, investing atund la government bouu now is buying The b&nd la imU )' apt it tha wlta eboap money a coll en Mioaoy la u future." tam-lulinuu-Iof1 Verse. "A great many small Investors In tbe 4 and 4Vi per cent bonds," says the Wall Street Journal, "do not seem to realize that their securities for the' most part possess the same merits as the tax free 3 per cent bonds of the First issue. Tbe 4s nnd Ma are fully as free from the normal Income tnx" as tho and no surtax or excess profits tax now effective or later to be enacted will be collectible on 4s and 4Us unless the owner has more than 15,000 worth." 3s BOND BUYERS ONE OUT OF SIX J i This Was Record for Entire Popula- tlon In Third Liberty Loan. out of every six persons in the United States bought Liberty bonds of tho third loan last April and May. Tho oxact number of subscrlb- ors w as 18,308,325, or 17.7 per cent of tho estimated population. Now York Stato led in tho volume ot subscription. Delaware subscribed tho highest percentage of the assigned quota, and the City of Washington furnished tho largest proportion of its population as bond buyers. This was disclosed ln a Treasury roport of tlio third loan subscription by Federal lleservo Districts, States aud principal cities. The loan total, $4,176,510,850, remesonts nn aggregate oversubscription of 133 per cunt ot tho $3.000,0000,000 goal. One one-fourt- h i i ' j special cases, and announcement toHAItTFOIU). KENTUCKY. by tho food admiustrntioii, which gave comparative wholesale costs of the various articles of food for different periods of 1917 and 1918. Tho actual wholesale cost of foodstuffs per captla during tho second quarter of 19 IS April May and trmnliiK that Juno was $25.59, tho statement can tako it ot eolltge lmslnetiiiHnlriilorwi. Yon or lu tmill. Write per DiUUGIIO.VS 1'lUtniCAIi 11L'HIMS rilLLKUl' said. This was an increase of 3.5 radnrih. hr cent over tho per captia cost during the same period tho year before. No differential between tho whole sale and retail prices was given, mo statement dealing entirely with EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE wholesale costs. A statement tonight And Fitting of Glasses by tho Department of labor, however Mnsonlo OWENSBORO. KY. said that investigations made over Tempi" the country by its division of statistics showed that retail prices of food increased on an average of 2 per cent USELIV-VER-LA- X from July to August and thnt during tho year ending last August retail i prices .advanced 16 per cent. Tho Food Administration placed tho total wholesale costs of all food-- 1 stuffs consumed In tho United States during tho second quarter of this oE compared year at $2,693,751,871, with $2.fiG3,G0O,9O4 In tho same period of 1917. In Its comparative lists of costs tttb Feel rlp;ht nil tho time. Don't lay cfj Food Admlnstratlon placed the per days by capita cost of broadstuffs during tho from work for Liv- - Vet-La- x taking calonie keeps yov when pleasant $3. 32, or on your feet, whiloroliovingyourtrou.b second quarter of 1918 at 9.3 por cent greater than during the lo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Dou'y same period in 1917. Meats, tho larg- tako anything else. You can't alTort poisons, cleanses syH est Item, cost per captia $8.91, or 20.-- 8 it. Eiiminates tern and relieves constipation. A nat-- , greater than In 1917. Dairy ural remedy, natural in its actions, surj per cent products, which cost per cuptlu $5.88, in its efTect nnd certain in results. wil. woro C.3 por cent greater, and poultry won't bo lonp; before completely displace calomel in even and eggs, at $2.49 per captia, .cost liome.( Children can tako it freely anJ 10.5 per cent moro. with perfect safety. Every bottlo jniar llalancing these, tho stutcment said anteed. COc and $1 in bottles. Noiu without tho likeness and signt. that vegetables por captia cost only penulnoL. K. Grimsby. For sale by turo of $1.17 during tho quarter, a decrease lUrUor K of C3.1 por cent, and sugar ut $1.79, i H. WIUL1AMB. decreased 7.4 por cent. A third was shown by tho smallest I.T.W.K h.l OJ3, m Item ln tho bill of faro, fish, which at Wtizii 23 conts per captiu. was G.9 por cent bolow tho 1917 level. Packages called for and uellYereA Washington, Sept. 22 Increases A Qjlclt relief lor that llrcJ, run down Inline. ....t.. n.ln. In nlrtil luratl. hfmor in the cost of food during the past j ihigri, weak lunc or contumplion. IC II doe year have been greatly over estimated THE ELTE PRESSING CLUli nolhtlp you It coit you oolbint. g by laying to much emphasis on A. Iva Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL CO. SSTuSS.? FOR ONE MONTH night PIositjon 'lXSkvi ".V . lo-d- au LEXINCTOH, KY., BUSINESS UHlVERSmf the uJ Sacrtuor to Wi&v R. Soft Buhrii C8cp Bu.lncti, Short Hand, Typo Writing and Tclcaft ohf Ar. 11 wim. 'p 'fj . DR. J. H.THORPE frradaatr. JWInanjllma. tliloa of n Ily Vrlnclpal. 10 14 It aUMmUot thlt (Ration. Ga4Brsuf homo. l'oriartlouUr, evMrvtav WILBUR R. SMITH LEXINGTON, KY. a iUruS (uutllnn lllnlnmn atil.l Hpcli Onniwi for Got- j jjipnijinrnu enimriu n cf uronMfoI Thou and aWM-ln- ThU oU ami njtntiat Collrtjn rin do much for BS v I'W Imnmt msiat fenst tiAV vvv J A. r'"". kigH NEW . THE 8EWINQ MACHKNat OF m QUALITY.- X NOT SOLD U N,D E R I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. ANY OTHER NAME. HOME " ttl-- 4 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tlioNIJW HOMT. you will ha vo nllfouwictut tlio Jirlco you Jiiiy.aiia will cot havo nn endless cliulii of ri pjilru. Tl If you purcliano "n r ? 'II j"' "Y . Quality , Considered I , i it u the Cheapest ax ' ; ffltiaSI our latest in die end In r.nv. If you wunt a sewlnt; machine, wrlto for! ciituloguu before you iurcliuba. B ins new nome i,mm wacoina to., uranp, wass.i .tfwkCi b a pEvcry Woman Wanlsj ' Slnieii iiatl(uili'. i ir LoRiuisport, Hull, Mrs. William Ind.i wrltoa: "I doom It my duty to 111 VU1UIUU Ul SlHJBLTllHlUIl UlU I1VO my Kratltuda for the Rood load Ins Statos were JJuw York, wltli oxiirQ 1986,000,000, or nearly of OluunuerlRlii'H Colle and Diarrhoea tbe nation's total; Pennsylvania, Rttiiady did we when I had a severe Illinois, $379,006,000; attack of diarrhoea tkre years ao. f22t.000.DM, and Ohio. ISi.- It was the only madietM that reliev900.80 ed $4JT.-000,00Masaa-ehuaette. .- ' Si:cjed when cverythiti else falli. In r.crvtn p r.;atio' u id lemala S t?iiri .ri. l.el ftfl'iff i!k i ii . sar.Jj buve tesufi 'j. ai T'r r i:ni) mntion DiMo'vcd In vmtcr for rit?rci. . nd . ..,77..Ttr ., pelvic catarrh, ulcer 1 dju.hes tto'jp JI nr''jrfla'n. f 1 1 W. It ovum uraytf i i the CVACH TROUBLE ll rn e lirufRid counter. inmifi irnnm"T-- 'j ever b!d T .r t:. ..isidiJXil Ahe.4n -- rinkiu. ,(nJr V'i- . !. Co. '"-.- i r i " Lydic U. :-- t,tl;l f , 'J .call sa.:;, '.i.r.i 'J'SLiJ!teJJft3 rK3 .:. fr&ZJZ& .dPipTwMf; t . ;- -. ; v. dWi V ? Jg" 0-r'"- T .. khr f" r "r , ""- VHtUi..J 71..Ti " K? "afl Vi II V v HE GOES OVER THE TOP TOR YOU '? - --- uv .iMfiwi'1 1 initio fimflftiiflfi tho town of llockport, Ky., and hounded as follows: Lot No.l. A certain lot In tho tho town of llockport, Ky., Beginning nt a stono In tho N. W. corner of said lot, this Btono being set on Boutli sldo of Spring St., the corner to this lot nnd tho Eliza Dennett lot, being nt a point 120 feet cast on Spring St. from tho N. E. corner ot tho Cook or Glbbs lot; thenco Bouthernly GS feet nnd C Inches with tho Eliza liennett lot lino to a stone thenco castornly 131 feet parallel with Spring Street to a atono; thenco northernly C2 feet to n stono on Spring Street, thence west 105 fcot with Spring Street to tho bcglnninr; atono corner. Which lot tho said D. F. Glbbs from Martha Ann Wakeland, et u, by deed of record In deed book 40, page 542, Ohio County Clerk's olllco. od . Lot No. 2. A certain lot In tho town of llockport, Ky., Hcglnnlng at a stono 1G7 feet south from Spring St. on tho eastern northern and south Eliza Dennett lot line; thenco continuing south with, said line, passing corner of same at 30 feet to a stono 152 feet from beginning corner, this Twnifjj'HT:si m,ji i irMi'i.jxmnfc. ji"rTj'rf':M'WATJ,Vkfly i.i- ?r- :v. stono being the Jnckson-Wakclan- d corner; thenco with this Jockson-Wakelan- d line east 315 feut to a mw wa stone, a beech call for In tho Wake-lan- d m&mvMYm,mmmmmmmm deed; thenco N. W. with the Jackson-Wakelan- d line 184 feet to n NOW 60 TO THE BOTTOM FOR HIA! stone; thence west parallel with Spring Street 171 feet to the begin (Jeorgo W. Uocthals, Chief of tho di- ning stono corner. ki:i moss activities. vision of purchase, storage and trafSaid lot was acquired by D. F. Ann At tlio Red Cross rooms at Akron fic of the general staff of the Army, Glbbs by deed from Martha ((). ) Cliuptur, iiicmliors have linil to 'has commissioned Arthur A. llain- -' Wakeland, ut al, by deed of record cmiiu (lay and night doing the pack- mor.schlag. President of thu Carneglo in the Ohio County clerk's offlco in ing antl assembling: at night so that 'institute, and Lieut. Col. J. W. Mcln-Itos- d"cd book 26, page 541. Suhslstenco Division, Q. M. C, Lot No. 3. A certain lot In the the workers could bo accommodated N. A., to with the Chicago town of llockport, Kentucky am', during thu day. Within a year after tho chapter packers in experiments which may boundt tl as follows: Hcglnnlng at organized, a chungo of location had save up to 40 per cent of tho trcmon-dou- s t stone 5S feet and G Inches from a cargo space now required for Btoim en Spring St., on the eastern, to ho made. A spacious house, ly vacated by the University Club, Ik shipping fresh beef. President north end south line of tho Eliza mid Col. Mcintosh have Itenuett lot; thence continuing tho now in use by the various departalready reached tho stock yards and same line 9S feet C inches to a stone; ments of tho lied Cross chapter, tho experiments have begun. Spring thence east parallel with Tho experiments contemplate not Street : 7!' feet 0 Inches to a stone About the time thin change waH of shipping made, tho president of tho Akron only the conservation in Mrs. E. L. Jackson's line; thence College Club suggested starting a Ilcd space, hut also the problem of Having N. W. with the Jackson and Wake-lau- d to be Cross salvage shop. Tho members tho packages small enough lino 109 feet to a stone; thence were enthusiastically In favor, and handled by the clnss of labor availa- west parallel with spring street, 131 such a shop was opened to thu public. ble at unloading ports ovcrsens and feet to a stone, beginning corner. Tho proceeds are devoted to tho thu quick and convenient issue at Said lot was acquired by D. F. chapter use. Tho lirst month of busi- supply depots In Franco. Gibbs by deed from Martha Ann They rango from the mere Cutting ness netted $2,000, which was turned Wakeland and others, which deed Is over to tho chapter treasurer, llecent-- v of the carcass into moro convenient of record in deed hook 30 page 344, ly the shop has been made one of tho sizes and shapes to tho entire boning Ohio County Clerk's office. of the carcass to ho packed In boxes. departments of tho chapter. Lot No. 4. Ono house and lot It is estimated that If the plans prove A situated iu the town of llockport, Mower shop was also started In practicable a saving of from 15 to 40 Ky., known as tho Sam Maples place Akron. Space and thojiecessary mer- per cent of tho room now used In and bounded as follows: Ucginnlng every transporting tho same amount of beef chandise" wore donated, and E. corner on Pine Saturday flowers have been sold with will be mndo possible. Since fresh nt tho South West 1S4 feet to St., a receipts have nuulo beef constitutes a considerable part thence N. 10 the result that tho 350, 000,000 pounds of beef stake on Church St., thenco west 10 oxible the purchase of a small car of some south 115 feet to n stake; thence S. for the use of the Civilian Ilellef de- and pork products now sent monthly to allied countries tho saving by tho 10 west 1S4 feet to a stake; thence partment. now method may prove to, bo con- E. 0 north 115 feet to a stake 'the practical. Tho beginning corner. If found The chapter has completely equipp- siderable Said lot was acquired by deed from of twenty-liv- e hones and surplus fats salvaged by ed an emergency hospital operation will bo converted Into S. O. Maples, et, al, recorded In deed beds, housed temporarily In ono tho book 30, page 17, Ohio County of tho lire onglno houses. This equip- various Tho chief difficulties encountered Clerk's office. ment, on request of the supply officer, so far have been the neccsstly of obLot No. 5. A certain lot or parwas used on tho arrival of the Trainenough ,lnbor sufficiently cel of land lying in the town of ing Dotaclunent ut tho University of taining in this particular work and llockport, Ohio County, Ky., and Akron until tho regular equipment skilled tho providing of facilities necessary known as the east half of lots No. which" had been unduly deluyed was to handle, tho quantities required 23 and 24, and bounded as follows, , .available. without Interfering with production viz: being preparHeginnlng on south east corner on Terro Haute (Intl.) Chapter of other meat products Tho ed for our armies and those of our Cometery Street; thenco Nr 10 W. lins profited greatly through n white olephunt sale conducted by Mrs. Fred allies. 132 feet to a stake on Dluff Street; II. Smith, which In ono week netted thenco west 10 S. 79 Teet nnd 3 the local lied Cross chapter $6,015. Inches to a stake on Illulf Street; .Arthur Kronuno, just before leavthenco S. 132 feet to a stake In any ing Terro Haulo for horvlco in tho nlley; thenco E. 10 N. 79 feet and 3 For Infants and Children army, gavo tho chapter his riding inches to tho beginning. horse, valued at .200. At an auction In Use For Over Said lot was acquired by D. F. Years sale by repeated biddings in at $.'100 Always bears Glbbs from S. D. Robertson and wlfo mid giving hack tho horse, netted tho the by deed of record In deod book 25, Signature of local chapter .2,225. page 413, Ohio County Clerk'B ofllce. Lot No. 6. A certain lot situated on Main Street In tho town of llockTho stripping ot prisoners appar- Simple Wash Removes onlly takes place only at tho front in port, Ohio county, Ky., hounded on At Rings Unjder Eyes tho heat and confusion of battle. the north by Main Street; on the llockport people will bo surprised Vast by Mrs. J. R. Layton's lot; on the prisons, camp committees, by tho prisoners themselves, how quickly puro Lavoptlk eyo wash the south by north street; and on tho see that American prisoners rctoivo relieves blood shot eyes and dark west by tho Harrel lot; Ucginnlng and enjoy tho supplies sent thorn. rings. Ono young man who had oyo at a stone on south sldo of said Main Each Individual, moreover, returns a troublo nnd very unsightly dark rings street, northwest corner of the Lay-to- n signed rocolpt card for each parcel to was rolioved by ONE WASH with lot; thenco south with tho Lay-,to- n tho Aniorlcan Hod Cross representa- Lavoptik. Ills sister also removed lino 180 feet to a stone on north tives nt Horn. n bad oyo strain In three days. A 'street; west with thenco north small bottlo Lnvoptik is guaranteed street to a stono, south east corner Tho girls at tho Smith Collcgo to benoflt EVERY CASE weak strain- of said Harrel lot; thenco north with Relief Unit have oponod a reading ed or inflamed oyes.N Aluminum' oyo Hnrrel's lino to a stono on Main room for American and Hrltlsh sold- cup FHHE. Hurrel Uros. druggists street; thenco east with said Main iers. Regular visits also uro paid to nt llockport. 4 street 70 fcot to tho beginning. the Amorlcan soldiers In tho hospital Said lot was acquired by D. F. at HeuuvulSi Wounded soldiers to tho OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. Glbbs by deed of record In deed book number of sonio 8,000 sometimes uro 29, pa go 143, from 1). E. Rhoads and y period. fed In tho course of a Anna J. Gibbs, Guardian, others. In ono night tho record of foedlng Plaintiffs, ot nl Lot. No. 7. One houso and lot S.000 was made. vs. Notice. situated near tho town of llockport Danjel Rngon Gtbbs, Ohio county, Ky., and eust of said Tho American lied Cross rolling et al defendants. town, being thu tamo lot coniwyjd canteens in Italy recently distributed Pursuant 'to a Judgomenfnml or-d- by Hnnnah Phipp" to Eugono Cilmi to 7,000 Itullun soldlors puckets conof salo of tho Ohio Circuit court by deed dated January 24, 1903, taining socks, soap, cigarettes, choco- untered ut its September term, and recorded In Ohio county Clerk's lates, handkerchiefs, writing mnterlal for tho purpose of a salo and offlco In deed book No. 31, pago 437, and small mirrors and combs Such division of tho proceeds among tho and bounded as follows, viz: Bepackets will probably ho distributed They help to parties entitled thereto, I will offer ginning at a stono corner ot J. L. to some 40,000 more. for salo at public outcry to the high- Shultz's lot; thenco with said Shultz keop up tho spirits of tho lighters and W. C poles to tho west est and best bidder, ut the court lino N. 48 by tho individual as hro taken W. 0 3 house door in Hartford, Kentucky, corner: thenco S. 41 of Amorlca'a direct participaK6 on Monday, October, 7th, 1918, at polos to a stono; thenco S. 4S wur. tion In tho about tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., (poles to a stono; thenco N. 411j, E. upon a '.credit of six nnd twelve 6 3 poles to the beginning. SIIII'IMXtt SPACE OX Sdld property was acquired by D. TO I IK SAVED months tho following described proTRANSPORTS t; perty, Certain tracts of F Glbbs from Eugene Chinu and Chicago, Sept. 25- .- Major Gonornl land In Ohio County, Kentucky, iu wlfo by deed dated March 9, 1907, ''mwmmmmmmmmf h rii h, Ham-inerschl- which deed Is not yet tecorded. Lot No. 8. Ono half ot tho eastern part ot a town lot In tho town of llockport, Ohio county Ky., known on the town plat as lot No. 87 and bounded as follows, Wlz: Ilcglnning at tho south Intersection of church nnd Short streets; thenco with Short Strcot In a northerly direction about 189 feet to North Street; thenco W. with North Street about 125 feet to a point midway between Short nnd Long street; thenco S. parnllel with Short street about 180 feet to Church street; thenco E. witli Church street about 125 feet to Short street, tho begin ' ning. Said property was acquired by D F. Glbbs from Hello Daker, et al., by deed recorded in deed book 30, page 343, Ohio County Clerk's ofllce. Lot No. 9 A lot of ground In tho town of llockport, Ky., bounded and described as follows; Deglnnlng at a stone on tho cast side of Main street as southwest corner of tho O' Laughlln lot; thence running south 35 feet, then east 132 feet to Long street; thence North 35 feet, thence west 132 feet to tho heginnlng, together with the buildings nnd all appurtenances therewith belonging. Deed to said property is of record in Commissioner's deed book, G. pago 278, Ohio County Clerk's office. Lot No. 10 A certain house and lot in tho town of llockport, Ohio county, Ky., known as the O'Laugh-1- 1 ii store house and bounded as follows: Deglnnlng at tho corner of Mill and Main streets; thenco down Main 10 E. 24 feet to a stake on Main street; thence at right angle E. 10 N. 132 feet to a stako; thence N. 10 W. 24 feet to Mill street; thence with Mill street to the beginning. Said property acquired by D. F. Glbbs by deed from L. F. Gibbs anil wife ot record in the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 25, page 149. Lot No. 11. A certain lot or parcel of land In the town of llockport, Ohio county, Kentucky, being part of tho Wells lot located on west side of High Street and shown In town plat as No. 3S and bounded as follows, viz: Deglnnlng at a stone on High Street and nn alley (name unknown) thonce north with said High Street 50 feet to a stone; thence west parallel with said alley 1G0 feet to Pine Street; thence south with said Pino street GO feet to said alley. Thence east with said alley 1G0 feet to the beginning, containing S.000 sq. feet, more or less. Said property was acquired by D. F. Glbbs by deed from John Eaves, dated January 16, 1906, and recorded in deed book 33, page 600, Ohio County Clerk's office. Purchaser will be required to exe cute bond Immediately after sale for the purchase price of said property, and a lien will bo retained on said property as additional security. Given under my hand this tho 19th day of September, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. Ohio Circuit Court. Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALK. Ohio Circuit Court. Alice Woodburn, et al., Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice of sale. Arthur Iler, et al Defendants. Dy virtue of a Judgment nnd order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered at its Sept. term, 191S, in o the abovo styled action, for tho of a salo and distribution ot the proceeds among the Joint owners of tho land heroin described, I will offer for salo at Public outcry to tho highest and best bidder at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, October 7, 1918, on credit of six and twelvo months, at about the hour of ono o'clock P. M., tho following described property, s Certain tracts of laud situated In Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Tract No. 1. Deglnnlng at nn ash, south corner of school lot, iu 'A. Hnrrel's lino; thonco S. 47 E. 12 poles to a stuke near a black gum and maplo, 'A Hnrrel's and Coal company's corner; thonco N. 32 H E. 40 polos to a stone near a red oak, J.T. Carter's corner; thonco N. 47 W. 44 polos and 17 links to a stako, bolng Carter's corner, thenco S. 43 W. 23 poles to. n stake In corner of school lot; thonco with lino of school lot, S. 45 E. 39 poles and 12 links to tho beginning. Containing 7.95 acres. Tract No. 2 Deglnnlng at a cor-nnear school houso ut SW. Corner of tract; thenco N. 83 E. 34 poles und 13 links to a corner near well; thenco N. 61 E. 13 poles and 6 links to tho corner near school building; W. 50 poles and 13 thenco N. 46 links to corner In lano to "Hnti"; W. 23 poles and 5 thenco S. 52 links to coruor In said lano; thenco S. 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STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Siarok Bld., CHICAGO FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. tho limp ot said town and fronting on Illuff Streot, a distnnco or 80 fcot and running back parallel with Pino Street, a distnnco of 156 foot to an ally, togother with tho houso and Improvements thereon. Tract No. 4 Lots Nos. 42 and 43 in said town as shown by tho map ot said town, fronting on Pino Strcot, a distance of 15C fcot and running parallel with Blutt Street, a dlstanco of 12S foot to an alley . All tho coal underlying trancts Nos. 3 and 4 has heretofore been sold and convoyed to tho llockport Coal Com pany. Tho purchasor will bo required to execute bond immediately attor salo with upprovjjd security. A Hon will also ho retained on said laud as additional security. Given under my hand this tho 19th day of September, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Mastor Commissioner. 12t3 John 11. Wilson, Attornoy. Si i tei.-da- or 19-1- 8, t SALK. MASTHIt COMMlKSIONKirJ evl-don- 2-- 2-- to-wi- Ohio Circuit Court. Mlshla Eldor, ot ul Plaintiffs. Vh. Notice or Salo. Horbort I). Klder, ot al., Defendants. Unruiiniir tn u liulirmont niul or der ot salo or tho Ohio Circuit Court outored at its Soptembor, lais. term, ror tho purpose ot a Balo and division of tho proceeds among tho parties en of six and twolvo months thn following described property, A tract of land in Ohio conntv, Keniiu.k, bounded and desc'ibcd a.i follow?: A tract or parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky., on thoHartford nn4 Rochester public road and bounded as follows: On tho north by tho lands of II. J. r, Jllllor, Arthur Miller and W. U und on tho west by the 'unds or W. J. Adkins, S. W. Maddox. und on tho south by tho lands of C. T. Kitchens and T. J. Hoops aiut thu ParuUi.se and Plnchlco road; and on tho cast by Richard Shields und 11111 Phlpps (of color), containing- - ono acres moro hundred und forty-fou- r or less, reserving all mineral as convoyed to T. J. Smith by Geo. W. Shultz, which deed to said mluoral Is of record in olllco of tho clerk of tho Ohio County Court. Tho pur-poof this deed is to convoy to Mrs. InMlshia Elder a terest In bald laud and to her four children numod herein Interest in said land. Purchaser will bo required to execute bond with upproved security Immediately after salo, with a Hen retained on said property as additional security. Given under my hand this tho 19th day of September, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, 1213 Mastor Commissioner. Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. to-wi- t: Qrow-bargoso titled thereto, I will offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and best blddor, at tho court imiuo door iu Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, October 7, 1918, at about th) hoiir of ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit i IT 1 THiWIttii) I k. .HHPWriM bHULlcjZi f Notice to Tax Payers. I, or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the following dates, for the purpose of collecting taxes: In tho preservation of tho ballots nnd tho canvassing nnd certification Mr. Jewel Shultz, U. S. N., Hamp- of tho votes nnd Bald election Is diL. E. Evcrly, ton Roads, Vn., Is homo on n fur- rected to bo held In all respects as reNnrrows. Elcc-tlo- n Tho Ohio County Hoard of quired by law governing such J. lough. O. P. Willis, Commissioners, composed of S. Miss Tasslo Sowers who hns been elections. J. Lon Phillips, Clmlrmnn and A. Ilrntchcr, visiting relatives In Louisville Ky., It is further ordered that It Is tho S. J. H. Rcnfrow, T. K. Cooper and W. S. Tlnsley, senso of this court, In tho ovont said c. has returned homo. C. C. Carter, following list of appointed the Mr. Clifford McCrocklln, of Flori- election results In favor of tho levy Ralph. 1'rcclnct Election Officers for tho enda, who has been visiting his parents, and collection of such tax, ns nforo-snlJ. Mldklff, Walter suing yenr: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrocklln, tho tnonoy thereby derived shall J. W. F. Howard, 10. Hurt ford. bo so used nnd apportioned as that In s. has returned home. A. Greer, J. J. R. P. Ilnrnnrd, c. Mr. Hayward Plrtlo U. S. N. Is each magisterial District of tho counFlnley Carter, J. II. II. Slnnctt, ty. There shall he used tho sum dehomo on a furlough. PrentKs. 's. C. P. Kcown, The Infant son nf Mr. nnd Mrs. rived ns nforcsnld, In such district, J. Clnrcnco Uennls, C. "VV. E. Ellis, nnd constructing, Everett McKlnley died Friday morn- for Improving J. George McMlllln, W. Hartford. ing and was burled in Sunnysldo either or both, tho roads and bridges s. Alney Casobler, J. S. T. Harnett, cemetery Saturday. c. herein from said tax, though this shall 0. E. Scott, J. T. E. llcan, Mr. Leston Ried, of Camp Taylor, not In any way restrict or Imparo the Herbert. s. A. M. Harnett, expenditure of other lawful funds In is homo on a furlough. J. Abe Howe, C. O. C. Martin, Mr. Jesse Austin, of tho U. S. Army each respective Magisterial District, J. Skinner, Walter Heda. s. of On., Is here having como to at- for said purposes. Just ns funds are Grant Mldklff. J. C. H. Shown, c. tend the funeral of his brother, .Mr. now and hnvo heretofore been used, Wnldou Hnynes, J. Estill Hcnnett, Claude Austin, who was killed In so far ns such funds mny be necessary Arnold. s. O. It. Tlnsley, , Illinois. and available, and in tho manner J. S. W. Evans, C. Ilcrninn Plrtle, Sergeant Harvey O. Plummer. of provided by law, and that a more J. P. L. Alford. Sulphur Springs, s. Camp Taylor, spent the week end adequate and efectlvo method of Charley Bratcher, J. J. W. Thomns, c. working the roads be put In operation with relatives here. Clarence Arnold, J. Koscoe Hardin, Henry than is now In effect. Ayes and Nays of Corpal The relatives Render. s. . V. Rcnfrow, Casey have received word of his safe being called resulted In alt the JustiJ. Milton Park. cv J. E. Mitchell, ces present voting in tho affirmative, J. arrival overseas. Leslie Bennett, Mngan. s. The patriotic rally and pageant thereupon tho motion was declared Joe James, J. Mldcalf, Tom c. given at the Heaver Dam Opera carried and so ordered. Claude Myers, J. John Muffett, MACK COOK. .1. O. (' C. House Tuesday evening was largely Simmons. s. W. D. Tall, Stato of Kontucky.Sct. J. attended. Hon. E. T. Franks of Q. B. Brown, c. Lee Miller, County of Ohio. Owensboro was the cchlef speaker. J. J. L. Southard, Cromwell. s. I. W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk of thu The program was ns follows: Guy Kanney, J. S. L. Stevens, c. Song, "Don't Let Tho Sou Go Ohio County Fiscal Court, do certify G. T. Tlnsley. J. Ike Cooper, Down."- - School. that the foregoing Is a true and cors. J. A. James, FISCAL COURT ORDER. rect copy of tho order as appears on Pageant. Scholars. c. Sherman Taylor, Duet."Buy n Bond." Miss Mary Order Book number I!, page r 7 :t . Springs. Cool Regular Term Ohio County Fiscal Ella Given under my J. Court. October Term, 191S. "Resolu- ney. Baker and Mr. Marshall McKIn- day of September. hand, this the :10th Logan Smith, 1 9 IS. J. tion and Order. Fox Hrown, W. C. BLANKENSHIP. Song. "Keep Thu Home Fires s. James Moore, On motion of Esquire W. S. Dean, Burning." School. Clerk Ohio County Court c. J. N. Berryman, It is ordered that in the event thu Pursuant to the foregoing order, The sale of Liberty Bonds amountX. Rockport. voting a 20 cent road ed to about $1(5,000. Question nnd. by virtu re of tho power invested J. tax, for a of J. T. Carter, period of Five (5) years, in me ns Sheriff of Ohio county, Ken- J. should carry in favor of said tax. J. E. Maddox, lUCK.v. i nerony cause me nioros.iiii XOTH'E. s. .1. W. Hoss, this court will change the system of Pursuant to resolutions adopted M'rur-- in no pumiisiiimi u requiri-c. E. C Woodburn, working the puhlcl roads of Ohio by the Ohio County medical society law, and further direct and shall S. Kockport. the I will expect Immediate settlement cause the various ollicer.i whose duty County, and will discontinue J. .T. H. Miles, system of working the roads by for all professional services from it is. to open a poll In each of the J. hands, and the very best system will A. O. Hoss, s. ami voting places within the County of inis uaie. unless in cuarity W. H. Maddox, be substituted for the system now in that condition having been made, Ohio on Tuesday, November the c. S. C. Hunter, force. Ayes and nayes being called at time of call. Too much lime 1!"s- - " li,1'! tl,c SP,1S0 of ,lu' 'luallfi-ha- s Select. voters upon the questjon as set resulted In all of the Justices present been lost trying to collect ac-''- 'l J. E. B. Finlcy, voting in the affirmative, whereupon rnimts hprotnfnrn made. So parties' '' o above and foregoing men- J. C. W. Kanney, the motion was declared carried and!ow,ng me wl MVQ m ,)()th trollbIe tinned order. s. G. N. Baize, so ordered. Witness my hand, this the 30th. by prompt settlement now. c. Will Lan'kford, MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. day of September, A. 1). , 19 IS. EDWARD W. FORD. M. I). Horc Kranch. S. A. BRATCHER. A true copy attest; Hartford, Ky.. Oct. 1. 19 IS. J. Miles Crowder, j W. C. BLANKENSHIP. Sheriff, Ohio County. J. Virgil Geary, Clerk Ohio County Fiscal Court. ORDERS OHIO t'Ol'XTV FISs. ,G. W. Christian, When on nave Backache tho liver CAL COURT, SKPTEMIIEU .". IIHH ' c. V. K. Hoover, ei 11.1 11..11.J n trk um.. i t lin, nllf if fnir BROOM NOTICE. presld-jTr- v Hon. MackCook, J. O. C. C. Kosiue. Sanol( ,t doM wfmdors for tho Ing. liver, kidneys and bladder A trial J. Tom Crowder, I have purchased two Broom Mabottle will convince you. Get it On motion of Emi. Shown. It is J. J. B. Monroe, 4C-s. chines and am prepared to make your len, ,Uat U)e ,Iuestion of V0(IllB a'at the drug storo AV. H . Ha tier, lirooms. .My prices are, lor cieaneu tax of the sum of twenty(20) cents c. JM. C. Schroader. I stock, 35 cents per broom or one on the One Hundred ($100.00) dol- ' NOTICE OF CHANGE E. Heaver Dam. IN PUBLIC ROAD. half of the corn. Where broom corn lars worth of all property subject by J. Ben Ueid, Ohio County Court. Is not cleaned 2 cents extra, terms law to local taxation, under Section J. Smith, Ellis We tho undersigned, being resl- strictly cash. I furnish every thing l.r7a of tho Constitution, for the ims. Ellis Sandefur, but the corn and guarantee good provement anil construction of public 'dent citizens and land owners, of c. Will Chick, work. Bring your broom corn to my roads and bridges of the county bo Ohio county, and interested i.i the V. Beaver Dam. matter and things herein set out, re- 4 miles on J. houseof the Lletchfleld road Robert 'submitted to the voters of Ohio 'spuctfully petition a change or nltern- J. A. C. Park, It to East Hartford or take County. Said tax to be levied each J. Mitchell Render, tlnn of the Hartford ami Sulphur, senroauers, near acnrouuera """ year for five consecutive years s. Dick Coleman, convenient, leave It ,ne(1,ate). foiiowlng said election. The Springs public road, as follows: or if more c. Som Stevens, lifgiunlng at a uriiige on saht road with S. L. King, Hartford, Ky.. and taxM t() ))e coIIectC(, ani, UCC(mnted Melfenry. near the farm of W. P. Mldklff; I will call for it and return brooms fof y th(j shorff .u ,ho mme Umc J. Sam James, northely over the lands of and must , . t, manner and bv the .thence f J. later. Youcorn, securely z bundle eacn E. F. Render, .alwiiit tlwniti'iiwl ufild AllilL-lf.mi. pay tag your cents win .., ,. s. isatue process that he collects other.' A. M. Smith, for good, old broom handles. taxes, and an election Is hereby c. Roscoe Pirtle, n nljout th; saln0KClu;ral ,,,1 N. A. SCHROADER. ,, ed to be held throughout Ohio Coun- -. ., Ccntcrtown. jiiuu a liiinif iniiMii rt Hartford, Ky.Route 2. 14t2 in inlit .. George W. Howe, J. II. oil ij, tit .... i.n- - vritttii .innttiiu tliornltl ' yards to ui:i lands of Ernest Dennett; .ui...n . ............. v..u...., the on tho 5th., day of November, 19 IS, thence over Bennett's land, same gen- W. E. Brown, J. OHIO COUXTV CROPS. proposition of whether or jeral direction, upon the s. Alvin Ross, about ISOO yards to the nnt a nroncrtv tax of twenty (20) 'lands c. O. M. Bishop, of Iva Allen; thence over his ,. county farm In an Interview with i..., mn .SmiUlhouso. nit filial vjiic n iiiiutiiuii ,n "ll0Ul tho ' '"9 ,HrocUnn' agent Browder. yesterday morning ueuis n,)llar, worth of property in ohlol1""1, , J. we Fred Boone, f of al)OUt r,nn yards .. , iPViiii tor n , gieaneu thn lonowing ficts ibo.it rn, .. Ray Addington, J. " Iii Ihn Intwl hi !: I: llrirnmsr tlipmn ... ..,, me conomon oi unio county crops. i1,lll,(na,u- - over s. Alonzo France, his lands, about the same ill- The recent frost did material dam- following said election for the pur- c. Ross Morton, age to late corn In Caney bottoms, pose of Improving and constructing. ri'Ptlnti- - ffir- thi illtiiTii( nf nbntit 100 .. E. Fordsville. vnri. near Horse Branch. Much of such either or both, the roads and bridges V!1. nr Sll;llir (ll ', J. corn was J. W. O'Dell, ull(, Sl,rlllKfi r(,.,( at u j ruined. From no other of the county. ,C. E. Miller, J. po,Ilt ((1) (()p ()f 10 )lin )Rar c,)m.(,r(i j SmitYi, s. section of the county comes report of ham e.eeuou 10 no amenuen. mu , Hchoo, ,lollBe, Wilbur serious damage to any crop. , ....,.. .......... ,... ... nnd conducted in the manner accord- c. W. H. Miller. Mr. Browder thinks the corn crop , t() thc severa, Ilrovlslons and ro. V. Foidsville. ' per will amount to , J. an average crop.fully 90 of cent of j (,uIl.ommt8 of tho laws of tho Cora. "" Joe Cheek, I od v ro Much the corn I1I0nwt.aIth of KontMcky, now , fore e , W. P. Ford. J. crop Is cut, and the late corn will . ch.iiu,o 1 ' m.itorlall . governing such elections and under s. V. A. Matthews, cnI,,, m,r , iPllKth of said within a few days bo out of front c. R. O. Noel. eiecuuii ..imh i.iov.ui..-jr(m- (, ry Mu Sa(, lUiegeneiui danger. Actuuvllto, Imonwealth of Kentucky, when, same j pn)por ,)Ut p(.tl,!onors nro IIIiaIllo t() ' About 90 per cont of the tobacco .urn .unn, iu u.,..,.iB ...... W. S. Richards. J. has been cut. ...,lto ,.(ls. ... ,.i,aiiiro. tho quality Is excellent llBterm,n tho ul)ovo no J. Frank Reynolds, Potloners ask that this petition luand quantity about normal. s. amount or money In excess of the W. 11. Ilaynes, Wheat sowing progressing nicely. Lmount that call 1)0 raMod - the levy ll led. commissioners be appointed to c. Wilbur Phillips, view said route, and the change miido and the crop will bo Increased from ,n any Shrove. 00 your ,,,, ,)0 ox,lullll8d In according to law. per cent over last year. 25 to 40 tjmt year J. Olla Duff, J. V. HAGKK.MAN and others, Thosorgumcropisshortlnquantl- - H A iirutchor. Sheriff of Ohio Koth Payne, J. Petitioners. ty and tho yield tho shortest in years.' Couaty Ky , hortiby ami0,nt(Ml i:it2. s. Rufus Unwell, Many cattle arc being shipped to.on,ered aIld lUrcctod to advertise tho c. Charley Davison, COAL FOR SALE. market, and going In line condition. mo and purp0B0 of t;,0 0,cctn alld Olatou. Having leased tho old Mercer coal Hog feeding for homo consumption tho J. amoulItt0r taxes to be levied each I will now bo J. E. Miller. has begun, and the number of hogS;yoar und U0 niimll0r r ycara for mines, near Render, Henry Stevens. J. prepared lo furnish tho public with being fed for this purpose Is about .,,, I.Ill,,!,,(i ,t , , s. T. V. Daniel, coal at all times. tho average of recent years, In tho newspaper published In Ohio c. M. S. Patterson, G. W. HOIH.MER, Rye sowing unusually late, and County, having tho largest circulaIdiford. 104tp Hurtford, Ky.. Routo 2. prospects for only a small crop. tion for thirty (.'50) duys before tho C. I). Hudson, J. mb i said election and ho, the said sherltf, DUKEHUKST. J. A. T. Hell. s. Wultur Hlalr, FARM LAND FOR SALE. will causn ti poll to bo opened In each Miss Ermu Carter left Monday for c. and all thu precincts in and through Howling Grouti, whoro sho will enter Owen Mngan, County, on tho named Itaitlett. About six hundred acres , out Ohio tho law iu such above directs school. cases date, as Henry Uanlul, Advices hnvo been received hero J. of No. 1 farming land, known 'ami ho may advertise said election by that Corporr.l Alva Wade and George J. Ira Mosuley, ' having a certified copy of this order Whobroy have arrived safely overs. V. .Morgan Ashley, I P fVllJnc fa.m a published, as abovo directed, and W. seas. c. lloson Shown, the Hartford and Beaver C, Blunkeushlp, Clerk of thu Ohio Miss Mario Thomas spent Saturday llifliu. J. W. M. Heflln. Dam pike. About 165 acres County Court, is ordered nnd direct- night and Sunday with Mrs. Xolphn n cer- Burden, to furnish said Sheriff G. C. Rowan, J. tho Hinging in cultivation and balance ed copy of this order, aswithappears conventionnnd attendedSunday, It "Roy Owen, s. tified at Liberty c. cut over land, well drained. upon tho Order Hook, iu time for Mr. und Mrs. T. A". Wiiusatt nro the T. F. Tanuur. (Vralvii. of a boy, Will be sold in tracts to suit iHl,;,1 1,ub"fa"on- - und County Clerk proud parents Wellor, ofborn recently, 1., A. Kiinniol, said Sheriff Mr. J. R. near Taffy, J. purchaser. For further in-:!further ordered and illroctod to spent Sunday with Mr. B. M. Combs John Hurnard, J. s. 1. will 9 Mndilox, formation and terms, see M. ,u aml I'orform each and every thing- mid family bore. c. Tho prayer mooting conducted at i run ii i run iimiur iiiu iu iu inu uuniJ. 11. Wood, II or W. rl. rl., of Kentucky, iu udvertlk- - Concord Saturday nights Is progressPI. Plcioant. 6-- tf ing and conducting such oluctluu und ing nicely. ford, Ky. J. fhteduro Illll, PRECINCT ELECTION OFFICERS APPOINTED. A. H. Tlchcnor, J. UEAVEU DAM. Iris Render, S. C. lo d, SHREVE FORDSVILLE CENTERTOWN MATANZAS KRONOS CERALVO HEFLIN BUFORD BELLS RUN TAFFY BEDA MAGAN RALPH ROSINE ARNOLD BAIZETOWN SELECT CROMWELL PRENTISS TAYLOR MINES McHENRY HORSE BRANCH NARROWS SULPHUR SPRINGS OLATON WYSOX , ROCKPORT BEAVER DAM SIMMONS RENDER r Friday, October 4 Saturday, October 5 Wednesday, October 2 Wednesday, October 2 Thursday, October 3 Friday, October 4 Monday, October 7 Tuesday, October 8 Wednesday, October 9 Thursday, October 10 A. M., Thursday, October, 10 P. M. Monday, October 7 Tuesday, October8 Thursday, October 10 Monday, October 14 Tuesday, October 15 A. M. Tuesday, October 15 P. M. Wednesday, October 16 Thursday, October 17 Saturday, October 12 Saturday, October 12 Tuesday, October 15 Wednesday, October 16 Thursday, October 17 Monday, October 21 Monday, October 21 Tuesday, October 22 Saturday, October 26 Saturday, 'October 26 Wednesday, October 30 ! nth-kno- wn S. A. BRATCHER, S. 0. C. i -- T '.-&$- -. or-.G- yr Forward! with one thought only TO FIGHT AND WIN. That is the way our men are going into battle. When thc shrill whistle sounds thc advance, out they go their whole heart in the task before them. With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which they plunge with every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, order-!ti;(iM(- ,(, .' ta .., i,, o-- ... , i ,.,.... ,., ,,.,,. ,- ,,, .,.. No power on earth can hold them back. JJ 1,, "Tr, ,.,, , ,,,, Forward! sounding for us. We must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting men the American way. We must lend the way they fight. We must show the Hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. Our task is to supply the money, the ships, thc guns, the shells that we must have to win. It is a tremendous task. We must do it as our fighting men do theirswith the indomitable spirit of Victory. We must work, and save, and lend with one thought only TO FIGHT is war-madden- ed -- , .ii.-i.ih- I nuet. ,! .,,st The same sharp challenge to battle ',,,,, ., ,..,,, AND WIN. heart. Get into the fight with your whole Buy Bonds- to the utmost! - .1 This Space Contributed by iii n Swift & Company iiwh ,i.