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THREE BIG LIBERTY t i:n Jfalfxrri Mir vAAliavL OF OHIO COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE llf --xx- Subscription $1 .50 per Year No. 15 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918. SHOW THE WITHERED HAND. Tho hnndwrltlng is on tho wall and tho rapacious Hun needs no ono to mako tho interpretation for him. Ho plainly realizes that tho flaming letters spell doom for tho hordes who havo boon pillaging and despoiling n tho enrth for four years and more, that the space in tho sun might bo forever held and monopolized by kulttired bruto force, tho murderer and rapist. Tho repugnant Turk Is being driven, as wo hope, forever, from the hills, tho valleys and plains hallowed by tho footprints of humanthe Master whllo on His earthly pilgrimage on behalf of ity, nnd ho, likewise Is nblo to read and define tho mcnnlng of tho characters upon the wall. Uninistaknblo evidence has conio to band that tho aro tired of the game and would throw up the rulers of Austria-Hungar- y of tho "spongo" If they could break away from Wllhclm, tho whola shebang. The Allies have been pounding these enemies to civilization for good and for kcops, as Is well known, for quite a spell now. Tho last of the famous Hlndcnburg lino is now within territory held by allied forces, and still the udvance docs not halt, even If there is a bit of faltering at times, when an unusually strong nest of Huns is encountered. Tho alleged peace overtures may bo a sign of tho times, but they arc not peace propositions at all, only Jockeying for time and place, as we see It. If tho enemy could better his positions by an armistice, a cessation of IlgbtlnB for a considerable time, ho might find "Gott" and again havo him If left to us, wo would rido in his chariot, with Kaiser Dill us chaperon. say nothing, but saw wood, buy Liberty Donds, War Savings Stamps, train more soldiers, and as "Marso Henri" would say, battle from hell to breakfast, and not let up until William, the Hohcnzollcrn screamed kamcrad nnd with palm outward, shoved both the good and tho withered hand high above tho head that ought to be on a pole. God-givesin-cursstud-cricket LOAN MEETINGS McHcnry, Buford And Bell's Run Communities Hear Good Speeches. Three splendid meetings woro hold in the county Sunday I" tli Interest of tlio Fiiurth Liberty Loan. Ono at Alt. ublo to furnish bond for his appcar-nnc- o in Court Mondny, October llth., to show tho whyforenoss of all tho booze being transported on his person, was convoyed to Greenville, where It was cortaln that ho would ho found to take up for himself on tho day appointed by Judge Cook for tho bearing, as Ohio County Is entirely without lodging place for wayfarers of this character at present. by Mr. Logan Smith, of Cool Springs. Mr. Smith is growing n quantity of these feed beets this season, and says it is the cheapest cattlo feed tho farmer enn raise. If Fluke does not fnko It for homo consumption, sco tho mammoth beet in our window. STEWART ET AL. ARE DISMISSED Ylrgil Stewart nnd Mrs. Mnck Allen, with another party, charged but not boforo tho court, wore arrainged In County Court Monday, for examining trial on the accusation of banding together for tho purposo of in- THIJ IRONWORKER'S SPEECH Wo have heard n number of tho ablest orators of tho country speak for tho Liberty Loans, hut tho most sincere, earnest appeal wo have" yet heard was tho spccli of an old Iron work, delivered at tho corner of Fourth and Market streets In Louisville, a few nights ngo. Tho speaker was n man past sixty, of rough exterior and clumsy of word, but possessed common senso and moderated earnestness. "I am," ho said, "not a leader of men but a worker in metal, but I nm a part of an Imperiled country. 1 am too old to fight, but these old hands can still work and earn and buy Liberty Bonds. I havo lifted enough billets of steel to build a battleship, I havo unloaded thousands of cars of coko and coal, and am still at my post In an hour of my country's need. With the labor of my hands I havo bought six Liberty Donds already and I am going to buy more. I want no honor for tho Httlo I havo done, but I am enraged that whllo the sweat and backacho of labor are fed Into tho treasury to support the war, women of wealth and leisure, with poodlo dogs in their laps, and wasting valuable gasoline, encumber our streets in tho way of those-busIn useful occupations, when they should bo saving every penny, as I am doing, to buy bonds. I pity the poor who can not buy bonds, 'but damn tho rich who wallow In luxury and case while the poor sacrifice and save. The man or woman who indulges a needless luxury while the government is distressed for funds with which to feed and clothe and arm our boys over there is a criminal enemy to this country. Why, I put painlessly to death tho faithful old dog, whose tail had wagged Joyfully when I camo homo from tho metal works. With tears I saw him go, but I could not see food given even to tho faithful old dog when It was needed to feed a dear boy who is fighting my battles "over there". Men, It wo can not fight over thero we can light over here, and let us work and stint and save, and buy Liberty bonds." "We havo heaid the trained orator in measured terms persuade his countrymen to do their part, but tho ornato earnestness of this humble ironworker carried the most sincere and convincing message we have yet heard for buying Liberty Bonds. mm hoover severely wounded - IX FRANCE Cnrinel Church, ne.ir Duford, which was addressed by Rev. A. H. LltihUoId. The large church was well filled with earnest and attentive listeners. Liberal contributions were made by n number of those present at the close of Dr. Litchfield's splendid effort on behalf of the Govorn-iiioand the boys battling the Hun nt The second meeting was held at Hell's Uun, in the Northern portion of the county, when Kev. It. K. Fu-liand Judge John II. Wilson were the chief speakers. This meeting was largely attended and yielded a neat sum. but Boater good Is expected to yet accrue, due to tho perfection of a sales organization and arousing or enthusiasm, generally. Tho third meeting was held at McHcnry, Dr. Hen L. Hruiier being tho, chief speaker on this occasion. This xatherlng was perhaps, the larscst held in the county so far, It beliiB reported that some l.r.00 people were Dr. llruner being nn orapresent. tor of note, hold tho splendid audience In rapt attention through an jiddiess of considerable length. Aside from tho splendid address delivered by Dr llruner, tho largo attendance and success of the McHcnry meeting was In n very sreat measure duo to the untiring efforts of Messrs. Lou We Stewart and S. J. Tlchenor. are not advised as to tho amount subfcrlbod lit the latter meeting, but our information Is to tho effect that it was satisfactory to those having It in charge. Owing to unfortunate circumstances, none of tho threo mooting as they were as well advertised been, and too, tho reshould have ported tproad of the Spanish "Flu" and an order calling off all public gatherings, prevented a very largo number from attending. Other Liberty Loan gatherings scheduled for the county were canceled, while tho three Above had been provided for in such a manner, and tho people being rather difficult to reach, wero allowed to proceed. m "over there." Mrs. Mary 10. (Ilcttlo) Hoovor has received si telegram from tho War Department at Washington, D. C, that Private Kd Hoovqr of the Co.. Cist U. S. Inft., was 'soverely wounded in action at the front, September 10, nml that his wounds wero of a serious nature. 1'rlvato Hoover was wounded on two previous occasions. Young Hoover was a former student of the school hero and voluntcorcd his services to the Government, at Owcnsboro, more than a year ago. timidating &c. Tho Defendants wero dismissed after tho introduction of the Commonwealth's evidence, on Insufficient testimony to warrant further prosecution. m hosixi:. Farmers have been on tho Jump tho past threo weeks, rounding up their corn cutting, tobacco housing, sorghum making, &c, most all farm products well matured and properly cared for. There Is quite a lot of sickness in this vicinity, but few, if any serious cases. Tho Fourth Liberty Loan drlvo has the right of way over all other activities and is being well boosted bore. Mr. Andrew Alford was In Louisville, last week-enfor a couple of days. Mrs. J. D. Leach has been suffering from a badly sprained ankle, for some time. Thomas, tho son of Mr. C. D. Campbell, Is rapidly recovering from an attack of typhoid. d, TOl'llLES IX ROWAX CO. NEAR SETTLEMENT Mention was made in these columns recently, of troubles In law, of certain citizens of "Howan County." They came down Monday In good numbers to test their grievances in Court, but friends of parties nt interest on each side called' a council of concllatlon and after n short session out of court, an aBreement was reached by which all differences bid faro to be settled without Judgo or Jury Interference, and thus, tho husbanding or conservation of much cost may be accomplished. , WHAT DHUXEH STAXDS FOR. In bis Manchester speech opening his campaign for United Stntcs senator. Dr. Hruner very Justly said that tho citizens who had tho privilege of electing a public official were entitled to know what a candidato stood for who invited their support, and in a frank nnd manly way he proceeded to state his owu position upon all questions of public Interest. Among his moro important tleclaratlons wo cull the following: Tho vigorous and firm prosecution of the war to tho earliest possible cud, nnd his unreserved and unequivocal support of the adminstratlon's war policies and purposes. Free transportation for our soldiers and reduced rates to the immediate members of their families when visiting them in camps. Proper and generous care of the soldiers' widows and orphans while tho soldiers are In tho camps and trenches. Prohibition of tho manufacture and stile of intoxicating liquors, local state and national. Tho adoption of an amendment to tho federal constitution providing for woman suffrage. Building a great merchant marine adequate to carry American products to every market of the world. MAGAN. . Several from here attended tho burial of Mr. Den Lee Kelly last Saturday, at the Kelly burying grounds. Mr. Ray Stevens has returned to Camp Taylor, after a few days stay with his wife and mother. R. It. Muffett and Arthur White-hous- e have purchased the property of Moselcy and Mldklff, nt this place. H. A. Ralph and family vsiited J. T. Whltehousc, of Narrows, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Westerfleld, Mr. ,nnd Mrs. Donnlc Westerfleld and sonr- Evelyn, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hen Canary. Mrs. Mattie Daniel, of Fordsvllle, visited her sister, Mrs. Cora Muffett, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and children, of Duford, visited relatives at this placo from Saturday until Monday. II. A. Ralph, W. V. Mldklff and Miss Rhoda Whitehouso were called to Hartford on business last Monday. Mr. Richard Fuqua, of Fordsvllle, Is spending a few days with his daughter, Mrs. II. R. Muffett. Mrs. Chas. Moselcy and daughters, Willie Reo and Martha Louise, went to Fordsvllle shopping Monday. Uncle Louis Sharp Is slowly improving. , J. W. Muffett, Willie Muffett and L. C. Canary went to Owcnsboro Sunday to purchase a stock of goods. - m FORMER GOVERNOR MiCHEARY PASSES AWAY ago of SO years, answered tho call from tho great beyond, at his homo in Itlchmond in the early hours of October Stlt. Governor McCreary was porhaps tho most noted personage In Kentucky at tho tlmo of his death. Ho had twlco served tho Commonwealth as its chief Executive, first In 1S7G and again In 1911 he was elected as Govcrnor.P.tf years having elapsed between these two points of sorvlcc. No other citizen of the whole country, to our knowledge, ever this distinction. Hetwecn tho dates of his service as Governor he was six times elected as a member of the National House of Ropresenta-tlve- s and onco to tho United States Sonnte. Durlal of tho romalns took place at Ilichmond yesterday afternoon. m FLINT SPRIXG NEWS. Mr. Georgo Crow, who has been in on a ten day furlough visiting his James Dennett McCreary, at tho parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crow, left ed JIKI) CROSS GIVEN' 1SOOST 1Y MKS. M1I.SOX Mrs. John II. Wilson, chairman of the Co. Junior lied Cross or School' Auxiliary, hold a meeting Sunday with tho ladles at Hell's Ilun.aftcr tho Liberty Loan sneaking was over, and made arrangements for an organization which In her opinion will result in tho installation of soma good branch chapters In that end of tho county. Sevornl teachers woro present and assurances given ' that the Junior lied Cross would bo favorably heard from in tho Northern portion of tho county. Mrs. Wilson Is very much elated over tho bright prospects. THK LIHETV LOAX. Tho fourth Liberty Loan was, and Is still progressing satisfactorily, notwithstanding tho fact that wo havo lo.st tho impetus that would havo from public meetings and discussion. As a matter of course public agitation, getting it boforo us in such .a manner as to arouso enthusiasm lends momentum to tho drive, but now that It Is Impossible, owing to tho epldomlc which Is spreading over tho entlro country, almost, and tho ordor calling off all public meetings, to havo any moro speaking, It behooves every man to urge every othor man to take not Just u bond.but all tho bonds convenient or possible to pay for. Our government needs and must huvo tho money. So lets ull got busy and keop busy until wo nt loast reach tho top. KNTIHELY TOO MUCH JOY-JUICE ROILED DOttX Tho War Department has hold that school teaching is an essential occu pation and draft boardsjmay exempt . 1 leilL'IlUIH ....nil.. ilCUIUlO ... nod cumBVU I. tnirll. v...... lllg. Tlwirn nrn olfllt thnnkABll IlltlinilS in our army and tnreoffourths of thoin nro Volunteers. JJjfKj With a normnlseason onljnbout threo weoks of flgbUfti weather now Influenza is infecting tho military camps otho country. Tho disoaSSfsproads rapidly, but Is fatal onlyjjfrn rare cases where thoro aro complications. An opldomlc otjfepanlsh romalns boforo thovjiri'ter lull Bets In. D. C. Wednesday for Washington, whero ho has been stationed for some time. Mr. Lundy Robinson, of Deavcr Dam has been visiting relatives hero this week. Thero are several cases of typhoid fever around here but all aro con valescent Rev. DIrch Shield and Rev. Ther- liion Mooro have been conducting a great revival meeting at New Liberty church for the last ten days. Mrs. Dora White was tho guest of Mrs. J. J. Robinson, of Beaver Dam, Tuesday. Mr. Milford Romans went to Hart ford Tuesday ou business. Every body is busy hero with their m tobacco this week. AMERICAN SOLDIERS THRIFTY Mr. Roy Butler who has been work ing at Stlthton, Ky., returned homo m Monday. Thrift apparently thrives among 11KATS THE WOULD. tho American fighting men in France. Miss Anna Robinson spent Saturin soldier Of tho $3,000,000,000 day and Sunday with her parents, It may not indeed bent tho world Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Robinson, Beaver homo remittances that have passed through Y. M. C. A. channels indi- but It beats anything wo had evor Dam. m vidual payments havo ranged from seen. The big beet Is 29 Inches in 30 cents to $3,500. Tho "Y" oillcials circumference, 2G inches in length "Y" WORK OF REAL make nohnrgo for the banking ser- and weighs above seven pounds. Tho HENEF1T TO SOLDIERS. vavices that has proved so useful to beet belongs to a stock-feediriety, and was brought to this oiilce tho soldiers. Morale means much to tho soldier, as Napoleon long since decided. Because tho Y. M. C. A. activities help - By F. tho morale of tho American lighting This The men Goneral Pershing and Colonel Wheeler know that n "900 army with a "Y" is bettor than 1,000 men LIGHTLY PATHOXIZED. The Managemt of the Star Theatre recently advertised a special attraction, the net proceeds of which were to go to the bbiieflt of tho Red Cross, putting tho price of admission down to a illmo. thinking thereby to have at least Wo good houses and the more to assist in a worthy cause, but the peoplo.turned out only a gross total of $17.90 worth, all of which was turned over to tho ed Cross. In this Instance tho Star seemed tosbe more patriotic than tho people. HEV. GARDENER DEAD. Rev. A. B. Gardener, .lfo.l nt lila linmn at 9 oclock, P. M. Death an attack of Inlluenza and mvn of Morgan- Wrwlnngflnv. was due to pneumonia. Huns Can 't Stop Tank Opper here, having served1 mm tho Hartford Baptist Church as pastor. OLATOX. Every body is glad to see some moro warm weather. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Daniel, of Owcnsboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Arms hero Sunday. Little Floy Daniel, daughter of Mr. Horaco Daniel, has scarlet fever. Dro. Creep gavo a .very Interesting talk at tho Baptist Church Frlduy night, for tho benefit of tho Liberty Bond salo. Mrs. Arthur Mitchell, of Deavor Dam, has returned homo, after spending a few days with hor mother, Mrs. Joo Mlllor. Misses Desslo and Hattlo May visited friends at Fordsvllle Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Monroo, of Owensboro, aro visiting their brother, Mr. Hiram Monroo. LIGHTS TOO BRIGHT. without." 1200 Y. M. C.A. HUTS IX KRAXCE. The American Section of tho Y. M. working entirely with tho United States Army and Navy, now opor-ratG50 huts in Franco Tho Foyer du Soldat, tho, branch with tho French army, has established 831 centers but' hus lost many through cnomy flro, etc. It now has open C50 huts. C. A. mm do-rlv- ed A resolution for nntlou wldo woman suffrago failed by only two votes to got tho necessary two' thirds majority in the United States senate Tuesday. v . f moving fastor than Hond sales aro in any formor drlvo. os 4 IX FORBIDDEN AREA. Jess Ilnnkins and Jap Render wero and bonds recently apprehended, llxed for their appoaranco in County Court, Mondny, October 14th., undor tho charge of carrying whlskoy into prohibition territory, in violation of law. Marshal Lankford of Rockport mado tho arrests. Y. M. C. A. TO INSURE A $5.0 UMAX. AllOAHD WAR WORKERS Overseas war workers for tho Y. M. C. A. horeaftor will recelvo tho benefits of n $3,000 life insurance, ull paymonts thereon to bo mado by tho "Y". This, with tho liability clause will reinovo for total disablement objections thnt havo kept certain eagor enthusiasts with families at home. Tolbert Miller of tho Nocreek community, says bo Is going to bo very careful hi tho future wttli his beuns, as beans at flvo iron men each woro not inudo for children to play with. Ho has at least ono such bean for which ho paid a local Physician $5.00 to reinovo from his Httlo girl's noso last Monday. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Henry Wlckllff, u colorod InhabiHock-por- t, tant of Clcaton was caught in pints of boozo on or with 18 a uliout his person Monday and us hoarding too much wot penalty for goods lu dry torrltory, was arrested by murshul Lankford and brought to Hartford Monday as a violator of tho Prohibition laws. Wlckllff not being Mack Allen of Roslno, was lu town Monday and whllo hero managod to Tho timo in which you may assoss gat all "Lit up." Whllo lu that your property is rapidly drawing to dltlon ho obligingly presented lib of Juii a close, to you that havo not hooded solf In an upon session tho call, gut busy and present your- Cook's Court, whero and when h self and lUt nt my olllco iuuuedliito-- y cured unto blnisolf a fine for too hlllarlous and too much In I). K WARD. deuce. Comity Tax Conuulss.lon'T. r i Hi HI IMW "'J'WJjW trvn F'',i)My . 'UWi .'vyway 'i 'fX .? , 1 -- - 3' t- . br tr :?--- r c- - w t r-- c -" .- -J --. trT7:- - g '.JiZ3NjUlt'iS J 'I.VU VTO JWTy vli Wl T" - vJ--!22l . zco--- -c " -- - :i& - rszKr-rkrser: v -- - i- g5fe55S3SZ2!ri;:gi ZZZ 11 w -- '- Sin-- SRr T If e zsc-IT iV-AS-St 1 Z Tk . . CJZ-- ' . . 'UfelLW &tiM f siwsn :j.u ..i t - !$$ ib' ' ? js i i iokbl:v '-r- - - - i- - it. tax s y V;W yj Forward! With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which they plunge with every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, with one thought only TO FIGHT AND WIN. - -(' .' fit; r AiHBfe. . N That is the way our men are going into battle. When the shrill whistle sounds the advance, out they go their whole heart in the task before them. No power on earth can hold them back. l.A ? :; s .J.r ' .. 'A $ 5U w, v .. . ,r Forward! Our task JL. tv The same sharp challenge to battle is sounding for us. We must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting men the American way. Wfe must lend the way they fight We must show the hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. war-maddene- is to supply the money, the ships, the guns, the shelfsKthat we remen- must have to ..win. It i dous task. We must do1 part as :h the our fighting men do thfe indomitable spirit of d We must work, and with one thought AIM LI VY11N. sa, JhI -- ' lend only-'-TIGH- T ,,&- Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds (4 a u'on JL the SON Go Down JAS. BROWNING A. B. KEVIL 99 This page is patriotically donated by the following firms and business people of Rockport: HARREL BROS. R. D. SNEDDON R. E. ILER DRS. PARK & EVERLY 0 ROCKPORT COAL CO. J.L.BROWN ROY DEETER COMMERCIAL HOTEL MRS. A. J. GIBBS C ILER HADEN & McDANIEL MRS. N. LIBERTY THEATER L. F. GIBBS Rockport Deposit Bank 1 VENOM" I GROWDEB 1 Gormnn wns talking with a German (prisoner tho other day. Tlio prisoner BELGIANS WHO A bright, cheery letter fron home' I nrrnrn nr A IlLll Ui nnirT!WM UK At I c,doII,orB ,l C",,PK0 l,m" "n1 n Krm,,lntp- - ,M ,,ie '"'""o f their con- vnrvnuou uie jiniHiner mini nu biiw, DEFY HUNS SLAIN whflo nt home, Moving pictures ot Careers Of Two Generals Show Strange Parallels In Military History. Wnshlngtou, Oct. G. "Knock" tho niimo signifies dedication. Enoch II. Crowilur, mnjor i;onurnl, V. S. A. provost liinrHlml general and Judge iidvocato of tlio American army and tho Genius of the Draft, has dedicated himself to making thin country tho greatest military powor on tho fnco of tlio earth. Ho Is tho man whoso hand hoforo next summer will havo reached Into four million American homes and taken from t hum their best young men for tho army. To tho close study which ho has made of conscription hIiico 1SSS Is duo tho entire credit for the success of the llrst, the second and now the third draft of America's manhood. Where lie (Jot 'J'he Idea. y When Coneral Crowilur was a Junior lieutenant at an obscure army post in Texas In 1888 ho chanced upon a copy ot tho old Clvll War draft Now York city virtually destroyed hy bombs and MihIIs from airplanes and guuhoftts. Ho also said ho saw pic- regulations. Ho read thorn over, first out of curiosity. Thou ho began to think how those rules could havo heuu mailo more just and oiiultablu. t Gradually ho cnvolvud his ideas of how a draft should ho run and with tho Idea camo tho conviction that Mimu day In this country there would he the need of a groat army, and thnt this army would ho raised, not from volunteers hut hy a process of solno-tio- n from the total man power of tho country. Meanwhile Crowdor was Advancing In the army step hy step. HAKKIt CIVICS HIM" ritEDIT. When tho United Status entered tho war General Crowdor was tho one man la tho army who was ready to go before Congress with a concrete suggestion for tho framing of a selective draft jnu luw. The result has been that whore in the Civil War tho draft riots and sn- jiiiiiuu ness of tho law resulted In only 4C,- -j 34? men being inducted into tho army nut of a total of nearly SOO.000 men drafted, tho law which was prepared almost entirely hy General Crowder has been administered almost without a complaint. Crowder himself disclaimed all en if It for tho draft law, hut Secretary of war, linker has said: "No one knows so well as I to whom wo are indebted for fhe selective service law In all its bearings, its conception as well as its complex administration. Tho man to whom we owo the most In this respect Is CrowCareers llae 1'arallels. Tho careers of Generals Pershing and Crowder havo followed a remark-abl- e parallel from tho time of their Tlioy originated In ndjolulng coun Lynn and Grundy ties In Missouri and arc within a year of the same age. lloth were appointed cadets at West Point, Crowder going first. lloth woro commissioned second lieutenants In tho cavalry, and saw their first service together In the Ger- lonlmo Indian campaign. Lleutcnnnt Crowder was detailed lis Instructor of military tactics at tho Lieutenant University of Missouri. P'ershlng received a similar nsslgn- itunt at tho Unlvorsty of Nebraska. lloth studed law and graduated Ivlth, law degrees. In the campagn against the Sioux n tho early nineties they were to- . ;othor ngaln. s, served In Cuba and tho lloth and both went as IT. S. miliary representatives to Japan during o war. ho Crowder was appointed major In ts95, when ho was imiilu Judge nilvo- ato of tho regular army, wnno rorsn-n- g Jumped from captain to brigadier rhil-pplneiitisso-Jnpanes- ui uu- - uiiiair-- i der." births. lonernl. flinth now hold tho maximum rank losslblo by law to tho ofllces they Pershing u full general and old rowdor a major general, tho highest Lank that can ho hold hy an officer ttnehed to staff corps duty. . KlniTie Gratitude. Boll, Logansport. Mrs. William ufi? writes: "I dcoin It my duty to good H press my gratltudo for tho v a r,.lln. nut! niiirrlmmiUUIUUUI enTedy did mo whon I had a sovero ktack of diarrhoea threo years ugo. fwas tho only modiclno thut rellov-ffine- ." " UN. PRISONER SAW MOVIE OK NEW YOR K "IX Itl'IN'S" ' j 8t! LouH, Oct. (i. uorpo IBl AYll V 1.. ........ 11 UU'", uuuti; V l2s,u mTii Artllb ry. in a letter to hl.i filer K 'I Burton, of tUw cuy. ,ie llUl M nice of Uerortu tr.i kcry ais i i pome. ;te bB7. ))K in odv fttiluwi who wb iMit , . ! ' (Louisville Herald) Spanish Influonzn, which Is now atCardul, the woman's Washington, Oct. fl. America asks tacking many cnntonmcntB nnd cities tonic, helped Mrs. Wilot the country, is not making Its her railway employes to glvo tho naliam Evcrsole, of Hazel tion the best transportation scrvico In America for tho llrst Patch, Ky. Read what possible, raises their pay anil osks first time. There havo been other she writes: "I had a them to subscribe to the Liberty loan world epidemics of this disease, breaking-dow- n general liberally. which hnvo in time reached this counof my health. I was in try nnd taken severe toll of tho popu Tho Hun in Heiglum tries to forco bed for weeks, unable to B Belgian rallwaynicn to work nnd get up. 1 had such a lation. In nn artlclo printed In the AVHV UK WOltlEU when resisted punishes with prison current number of the Journal of the weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were and death. Somebody told him thnt In 4,387 American Medical Association, an InBelgium had 289 miles of state-owne- d years tho coal supply of tho United teresting glimpse at tho present and very severe. A friend (old me I had tried every-thirailroads and 2,091 miles par- States would bo entirely exhausted, past of tho "flu" is given. A" resume Surgeons agree that In cases of else, why not of the article follows: Bruises mid wounds. tially controlled hy tho state. She and he worried nbout.lt. Cuts, Burns, Cardul?... I did, and "Under vnrlous names, epidemics Ho didn't havo his next winter's Tho first treatment Is most import-nu- t. bad a greater percentage of roads per soon saw it was helping When an efficient nntlscptlc Is square mile than Great Urltian, supply of coal In tho cellnr, but ho corresponding to epidemic influenza me . . . After 12 bottles, Prance or Germany. havo occurred nt irregulnr intervals, applied promptly, thero Is no danger didn't worry about It. I am strong and well." When the Hun invaded Belgium, since accurate descriptions havo been Ho read In a newspaper of Infection, and tho wound begins that many engineers drove their engines hundreds of peoplo die every year made of the disease. It is likely that to heal at once. For use on man or TAKE beast, Uorozono Is tho Ideal antisep- Into Franco to keep them out of tho from preventable diseases, and ho at still earlier times this disease was combined nnd confused with other worried about It. tic ami healing ngont. Iluy It now hands of tho enemy. Pay Offered. Ho wasn't taking proper care of epidemic disorders nnd so did not and bo ready for an emergency. Price Belgian engineers in 1914 were of- his health, but ho didn't worry about stand out ns an entity until a relaby Ohio 2fic, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold tively modern period. In early EngDrug Co. in fered us high ns $10 n day to drive It. engines on the Inclined plane of Haut Ho wasn't buying any Thrift lish literature this disease is spoken Pre, but refused. Stamps, hut ho didn't worry about it. of under a variety of terms. Crelgh- ITTTI.VG OCT TIIK CAT. In 1915 tho Hun began his usual (I.im Angeles Times.) Ho realized that his beauty was ton recognizes It under the name 'ague' used hy British seventeenth policy ot force. At Luttro a deputa falling, and lie worried about It. were offered $G. Ho was "falling down" on tho Job, century authors. In 1059 Cromwell Tho Audubon societies, which, In tion of work-me- n died from this disease, when Morton! Tonic the nature of things, arc friendly to They refuged on behalf of their com- - but he didn't worry about It. useful birds and animnls, now seem ndcs. They woro shut up In n train Ho learned that the high cost of says the country was "ono vast hosDo you feci weak, dizand threatened with deportation to living would probably go higher, and pital." The 'Italian term "influenza" to bo organizing against tho first came to England In association ho worried about It. American cat. It Is represent- Hunland, whero they would bo zy, worn-ou- t? Is ycur to work without pay. Next day Ho didn't exert himself to earn a with tho epidemic of 1742, and It has ed thnt thero arc upward of 200,000,-00- 0 lack of good health caused of him or hor as tho case may the train moved off, tho workmen de- better salary, but he didn't worry been employed In connection with tho from any cf the great epidemics of 1SS3, 1847 and be, and that tho numbers show no fiantly crying "Vive la Uelglquo!" about It. Tho Transmitter. 1SSD-Dso common to r. o diminution as a result of the war. It They were, however, roloased at women? Then why not Next 100 were collected and a Originated In The East. Is claimed that the friendly comHow's panionship of the cat is no compen- Hun officer promised theni certifi"The pandemics usually originated give Cardul a trial? It We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward sation for Its keep; that the mlco it cates stating they were forced to for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo in the far East and gradually exshould surely do for you liy Unit's Colarrli Medicine. catches mny be as easily and effectu- work. He asked those who agreed to cured s caturrli Medicine lias been taken tended westward The rate of human Hall what it has done for so ally destroyed In traps, and that for this to btop forward. All tho men by catarrh sum rcrs for the past tblrty-flv- e travel and the degree of Intercourse many thousands of other years, and has becomo Itnown ns tho stepped backward. the birds It dvvours It merits the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's determined the rapidity of tho extenwomen who suffered it .Manager lr liuprosioneil. Catarrh act3 thru tho Blood on sion. death sentence. The birds live almost n the Mucous surfaces. eTpelllnff the M. Kessolcr, manager of the Lutshould belp you back to The causative agent of epidemic entirely on vermin and Insects that from the Blood and healing tho disinfluenza has not been certainly reare destructive to plant life and there tro workshop, was imprisoned for two eased portions. health. After Catarrh The cats days, then ordered to persuade his Medicineyou have taken Hall'swill see a cognized. fore must ho protected. Ask some lady friend a short time you for persist In hunting tho birds and men to work. Ho said ho could not (Treat Improvement In your cenerai "The cases in the present epidemic who has taken Cardul. taklnc therefore the friends of the feathered violate his oath of allegiance to his health. Start and pet Hall's Catarrh Medi- begin usually quite suddenly with rid of catarrh. Send cine at once She wl'l tell you how it pain in the head, back, oyes, limbs flock must hunt the cats. Also in most king. Finally ho read tho German foi testimonials, free. F J. CHRNnr ft CO.. Toledo, Ohio. helped her. Try Cardul. and Joints. With the pain there is households tho cat Is a posltivo ex order, winding up by saying he left c.. Sold by all Driii-'-- "" great prostration, chilliness and a fepense which Is In Itself a condemna- the men to their own Judgement. s ver of from 101 to 104 degrees. Tho tion In a time of thrift nnd conserva- They stood pat. TO M'HSES AND All Kessclor and two of his staff were tion. Most families buy milk or meat l.El CUOSS AVOIIKEUS. pulso dose not become very rapid and 190 railway workmen the patient Is often drowsy. Vomiting for their cats, anil what they eat Imprisoned, J.W might easily go to something of more were sent to Germany and CO more 1. All colds, however slight, should may occur. Sometimes there may bo value to society or humanity. The were arrested. At Mnlines 500 rail- bo treated as possible attacks of In- diarrhoea, but usually there is constiAudabonnets are a gcntlo folk, hut way men were incarcerated for a time fluenza. Patients affected by colds pation. After the disease has becomo when it comes to cats they havo no nnd the town penalized because they should stay at homo and sterilize dis- established tho mucous membranes of refused to work for the Hun. felines. charges from the nose and throat. tho noso and throat become reddened An Sent To Prison. 2. Avoid feeling or spreading fear and there is sneezing and redness of W. F. Priebe, its poultry specialist, In 1917 at Tournai the men were of tho disease. the conjunctivae. Involvement of the has Just returned from a trip through imprisoned for 'four months for relarynx causes hoarness, and of the Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri and ". Avoid crowds. FOR FLETCHER'S fusing to work. In December this was states, 4. Regulate bodily functions and bronchi, causing caugh, are common. Illinois and in all of theso Increased to n year. "Not infrequently a lobular pneu- poultry is taking Its place among tho keep them so. In Brussels the hanks were ordered 5. Avoid tho breath or expelled monia dovelopes after a few days, and moro important farm operations. AMKItlCA.V SliANC fiVKK to cease payments of money to fam- secretions from people suffering from this Is responsible for most of tho faWomen especially havo signified GUTS' ItltlTISH WOMEN ilies of recalcitrant railroad men and talities. their desire to keep large flocks for colds. Anally tho railway mechanics wore "Tho Incubation period In these In- egg production to show tlioy are good G. Wash out the noso and throat Loudon, Sept. 28. A plcturesquo deported to Hunland. two or three times dally by a nasal fluenzas Is probably very, short, hut'lt "soldiers" In tho Food Adminstra-tlo- n lot of slang Is being accumilatcd in Many hundreds of miles of light spray or douche and hy a garglo with Is difficult to obtain accurate figures Army. Farm prices for poultry staid old Britain these days by tho railways were ton up and the rails a on this point. Tho disease is probably and eggs aro unusually attractive and "normal salt solution" ( y constantly increasing stream of and rolling stock shipped to Franco salt to one glass (S ounces) spread cjitlrely by contact Infection, theso aro largely duo to an improved American and Canadian soldiers who for use behind tho Kaiser's lines. the virus of tho disease being dissem- quality resulting from better care and clean water.) arc passing thru, usually spending a Factories were looted of all their inated for short distances through compulsory egg candling regulations. 7. All those in attendance on pafew weeks in tho training camps in machinery, which was sent to Huntients with Influenza should wear droplets driven into tho air In caugh-in- g This summer tho price paid farmers Kngland and coming to London In land. Circumstances for eggs in central Tennessee was and sneezing. masks such as are provided by the swarms when on leave. Workers Art Executed. which favor this means ot spread, about seven cents nearer tho New Red Cross Nursing Bureau. A Canadian soldier asked a women In February of this year at Mous-cro- n than last S. Clothing should bo warm and such as crowding in street cars favor York wholesale market at the hut buffet If there were any two guards and a railway labor- dry. Food simple and easily digested. the spread of the disease. year. cackleborrles. m er woro sentenced by a military court Drink water freely. Treatment Is Symptomatic. "I am sorry," was the reply, "but for "acts opposed to Gorman interTrouble. Signed, E. G. BAHItASS. treatment is largely sympto"The wo have no fruit of any sort." ests." Their "crlmo" wns to refuso to Cbalrmman Civilian Relief Com- matic. Acetylsalicyllc acid or similar Mrs. A. E. SIdenberder, nockflelil, explnlncd with broad work for the Invader. The soldier mittee. A. It. C. remedies may bo required to relievo Ind., states; "For an attack of bron- t snillo thnt cuckloberrles were eggs Archlllo Debncker, a guard, was at pain. Warm baths- may glvo relief. chial trouble which usually assails mo boiled or poached and very s0.qit.he onco executed, Henry Debavoy, guard, ltlUTONS TRANSPORT Tho mouth should bo kopt clean and In the spring I find Chamberlain's was enjoying a couple; and TOftftt-fe- t and Jules Leurldan, railway workAMERICAN SOLDIKS elimination stimulated by the free in- Cough Remedy the only thing that woman woro enjoying the 7jflV man, were sent to prison for fifteen gestion of water and hot drinks. Tho gives me relief. After using it for a years at hard labor. Tho town wns London, Oct. 5. Of tho more than patient should bo kept in bed in a fow days all signs of bronchlcal trou?r Hborally placarded with their names 1,800,000 American soldiers transin room until the fever ble disappears." nnd punishments. ported to Europo to the end of Sep- has disappeared. Chilling should be 4 tember nearly 1,000,000 were carried nvolded. SHKIJi WOIIKS SHOCK If your child starts In Jts sleep. in British or d ships. MOKGAX NEW JEKSEV. "Specific measures nro not nvnlla- sleeping, picks American vessels curried 780,000 nnd grinds Its teeth whllo hlo in treatment of influenza. With n't Wlo, noso, has a had breath, tickle tho remainder woro brought across New York, Oct. 4. Tho shell loadcertnin indentlflcatlons of tho causal npiwtlte, pale complexion, nnd dark tho Atlantic on French and Italian agent, wo may hope for some spe ing plant of T. A. Gillespie & Co., at Marvelous Story of rings under tho eyes; It hns worms; ships. Amboy, cific protective measures nnd prchnps Morgan, N. J. near South Change from Weal undd"s long ns they roinnln In tho In To insuro the safety of this enor- for some specific thorapoutlc serum. which is said to be the largest shell-loaditestines, that child will bo sickly. mous force hns entailed u tremento Strength by Taki plant In tho world, was par"Tho measures to ho taken to pro- Whito's Cream Vermifuge clears out dous amount of work for tho allied Druggist's Advice! iV! a probable o tially destroyed, vent the spread ot the disease , with the worms, strengthens the stomach ileet. Tho British navy has done 70 all those which interfere with largo loss of life, by u series of exis- - 'and bowels and puts tho little one on per cent of the convoying, tho AmeriPeru. Ind. "I suffered from the transfer of infectious mntcrials plosions beginning at 7:40 o'clock tonluctment with backache and lira tho road to health and cheerfulness. can lleet 27 por cent and tho French from tho sick to tho uninfected. This night. J uown pains in T,i,. ... i,.tn q(i,i i,v nhin fleet 3 por cent. ' mo ' Moro than two thousand men, combudly that nt times I ' Includes Isolation ot the patient and m I rfnnM tint, lm nn- - Drug Co. Tho.flgurcs help to omplinslze what tho intelligent uso of proper gauzo posing tho night shift ot thu plant, Is being realized mora fully here, and my feet and It dij" masks by the attendant. In tho time wero at work when a comparatively not seem ns tnougn-hcS- .WRITE THE SOLDIER doubtlessly in Germany also the enor- of an epidemic prompt and efficient light explosion occured, which put could stand it I 1IOVS AT THE FRONT mous contribution America is making isolation of tho first cases in the com- out all tho lights. Tho men dropped "tried different ' to tho common causo of tho allies. munity should accomplish much. If work and ran in every direction from , medicines without You who havo kindred or friends They also bring out tho strength of y any ucneut unu building neglected und tho in- the mazo of long, several doctors nniong the hoys "over there," listen tho British naval arm and the failure this hns been units. Whllo tlioy were seeking to fection has spread among tho populatold mo nothing v 71K1't2 ifsKM 4 to prevent tion, measures which prevent tho escapo tho buildings blow up on all but an operation to this moving appeal In their behalf ot tho Gorman submarines army. would do mo any from u Georgln ofllcer in their midst. tho arrival of un American coming together of numbors of per- sides of thorn, one after another, and m My drug- - I Writing to nn Atlanta friend, ho says: cood. thoso who escaped reported sons In closo quarters, aro to. bo gist told mo of I It happens to ho my Job ns com- - Woman's Case closing thut u largo purcentugo of the forco The desirability of I.w.lin V. PlnKI commander to censor all com- schools in largo cities in tho prosence hud been wiped out. hnm'a Is from reading Startles Rockport 1 ,.()(. Killed Or Wounded. Compound. Itook laiiUnU, nnd It of an epidemic is a measure ot doubtA business man's wlfo could not it with tho result theso letters that I know how much After talking with survivors 'who . ful value. In smaller places this is w that I am now well tho men want to hoar from homo nnd read or sow without sharp pain in mora reasonable, nnd tho danger ot wero hurried in uiubuluncos to South l and otrong. I got hor eyes. For years her eyes woro and not nil of thorn aro infections, when tho children are, out- Amboy tho pollco tliuro ostlmntod tho. up jn thomornlngatfouro'clock, domy friends to hear. A letter dosn't seeni red uud woak. Finally sho tried puro, doors, should bo less thnu whon tlpy dead nt 100. Somo of Wo employes housework, then go ton factory and work oyo wash. Tho roault of nro brought together In a all day, como nomo nnu goi supper unu, like n very momentous thiiiK hack L'uvoptlk schoolroom. who escaped said that three-fourtKnow how many of home; una accents them alonx with ON 12 application astonished her. A feel KoJ' 1 of tho night bhlft, or about 1,100 frinmifl T hnvn tnld what Lvdia K. wall bottle Lavnptltc Is guaranteed other blesKinga of Qud's country rathmen, were killed or wounded. l'KW l'CUJCTK .SOU). PinVhnm'a Vostetable Comiuund bus matter of course. But over to benefit KVHKY CA$K weak, strain-- d lnnfopme ." Mrs. ANNA . liTi.R:A!0, er as in or in it mad eyes. ONB WASH her- mall from homo Is weU U6 Weel 10lh St.. Peru, III Rapid development of the poultry any women wnoou;i-i- r mall froy home. Home to these boys will startle with Us quick results. ,g fttln0U;J tr fa w FOR FLETCHER'S mmU ehouW ever did befow. Aluminum eye cup FKBE. H.rrel efldeat' ISSt'tSk ZsZ s means mora than --no mini wrb romedv. Ldl E. i'lui-- tnd Uiaii la U oait 9aKtlaC I ,tioai by tlio Fo4 tUatafttratioa. juMpim. Viw. arvsgiu $ Imm'i ubl Ccnpanoii. ng boats taken over by the Unltod Stales at tho beginning of tho war nil broken up nntl destroyed. "When wo told him that such was not tho case ho seemed under tho Impression that wo were 'kidding' him. Thu Geniian prisoners don't scorn to believe thero Is any appre over ciable mi m bur of Americans hero, but 1 Imagine thnt with what happened yostorday and what Is happening dnlly now, tlioy will soon ho convinced we nro hero In largo numbers." German-owned tures of nil tho Fate Of Railroad Workers Certain If They Dare Resistance. tintlirnllv Irtlnnfra llirt Lttiln mf of troubles, t.nd ads no little to tho spirit nnd consequently to tlio efficiency of the mnn who rocelves it. Tell 'cm to wrlto often and long; no sob stufT, but bright, cheerful fluff about home doings. Thoso mon thrive on that sort of thing. "- All who hnvo torpid liver, weak or constipated bowels look out for chills. Tho songon Is hero and the nlr is full ot tho dlseaso conns Tho best thing to do is to got your liver In good condition and purify the Btomnch nnd bowels. Herblnc Is tho right remedy, It answers tho purposa completely, Prlco 00c. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. m lllfcf SPANISH FLUE, ORIGIN SYMPTOMS AND CURE Malady Is An Old One And A Product Of The Far East. i Helps ij Sick 31 Women EK H The Woman's coin-poll- ed coin-plai- Na-mu- 0. This? Pol-ro- Druggists Children Cry CASTORIA I - woll-vcnilat- ed WOMAN WORK 15 HOURS m Wlaans British-controlle- IBs ng com-pris- .. I " one-stor- US '''t Vpp-otnhl- I"l' for-tuna- to .., - I u f Children Cry CA8TORIA lyi I,, ,,,,, Hi, I. ;)liMfri , j, , j, , 1,1 "mw 'i " '1 ' FfWp"1" nM" T The Hartford Republican PnhlMictl Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporntcd C. 13. SMITH, W. S. TIXSLEY, Scc.-Trcn- President s. Killtor JOHN HEXIIY THOMAS W. S. TIXSMJY, Associate Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law at tho rostomco, Hnrtford, Ky., ns mall natter of tho second class. Address nil communications Tho Hartford Ropublican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now address must give tho old address in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 5c per lino for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, Ec por lino, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, 5c per lino. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland 123 Ol Times made a frantic appeal to tho people of tho Fifth district to return Swnger Sherlcy to congress. In llo nnmrnnsa to boost its favorite tllO JTImos Indulged the absurd statement that Mr. Sherlcy was tho nbloat man In either house of congress. Friday tho Times In another editorial, less rxtralgunt but earnest, urged the votors of Louisville to adjourn poll- tics and elect Judgo Gordon to tho Appellate court. Such loyalty to its party candidates Is creditable If not commendable, but why docs not tho times follow up, or rather why did it not precede, this editorial shell lire with an editorial torrent boosting its candidate, Governor Stanley, for tho United States senate? Since tho third quarter of tho September moon wo linvo not observed the mention of candidate Stanley's name in the editorial columns of the Courier Journal or Times. l Farmers Mutual Kill DAY, OCTOIJEIt 11 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator BEN. L. BRUNER. For Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. For Appellate Judge MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. "The Huns are groggy, knock 'em TEDDY. out." the farm saw It to short blocks and mix it with the coal in your grate, and save coal to fire the ships that transport guns and food to our sold iers over there. o i &&M& !' i.wi The Democratic press is heralding tho statement that if a Republican congress is elected tho verdict will be accepted In Kuropo as a protest against the war. This is a declaration to the Central Powers that more than eight million American voters arc disloyal, and if true would be comforting news to tho enemy. Unless tho German people know what liars theso Democratic nawspapcrs are, and the Republicans should elect the congress there will Indeed be rejoicing in tho House of the HohenzoUorns. If this bold and baseless charge should reach the cars of tho Huns, and the Repub licans carry the election, and the effect of the charge should encourage tho Huns to renewed slaughter of our brave American boys tho blood will be upon tho hands of tho authors of theso slanderous libels who would barter the lives of your boys and mine for a partisan victory. But fortunate the German people aro not such stupid fools as these newspapers assume the American voters to be, and when the Hun hears tho party that once before waged a long and bloody war to preserve the great western Republic has again a commanding voice In this government he will not mistake the meaning of the election. If its criminal to say so, please pardon us Mr. Governor Stanley, but only a short time ago you were shouting from every hill top and stump from one side of this country to the other, that every Democrat running for office, even from President to Constable, should be elected because "He" kept us out of war, and only recenUy you mount these same hilltop., and stumps and vow to the world that the Democrats declered this war anc' for that reason no Republican should be elected to office. The two statements look like and smell llko a bit of slight-of-han- d clumsily juggling, done. No sane, self respecting person will state that there are fewer Republicans battling the unholy Hun thai; there are Democrats. Republicans buy War Saving Stamps, put their money into Liberty Loan Bonds and in every way assist in the campaigns for sale and distribution do they not? Pershing, commander on the ground, "over there" is a Republican, is he not? Then when the Republican party has never been known to hesitate or shirk when patriotism was at stake or the country in danger, it looks exceedingly bad, it sounds even worse for tho Cheif Executive of a great state like Kentucky to scream before an intellgent public audience, that epubllcans should not be elected, because you can't trust them in these times to support measures necessary to the successful prosecution of the war. Tho loss of which might take away our liberties, endanger this great Union of ours and entail untold hardship and suffering upon our children and their children for generations to come. The man, for tho sake of securing office who makes the statement ascribed to Governor Stanley, should not only be voted against by every Republican in tho state but by tho Independent as well for he would no sooner trust ono thnn the other, and It Is our opinion that hund reds and thousands of good, fearless. fair minded, truly patriotic Demo crats will likewise robuko tho man who would drive all but Democrats out of tho war activities and forbid them having a voice in tho affairs of our government. worked nnd tho Idle days spent by each individual Miner, nnd to mako roport at tho end of each month. We talked to an Intelligent official of an Ohio County Local Union recently, who told us his Septembor roport showed that quite a number failed to put In anything llko nil of tho time nnd that one party failed to present himself for a waiting job at tho mine 21 out of tho 25 good working days of the month, and that too, without an excuse in so far as he knew. There Is something radically wrong, either with the man, or tho system, when an ablcbodled workman labors only four days out of a month, if of bis own election. It makes no difference whether tho porson individually, needs tho proceeds of the labor or not. One should hnvo more Interest in the success of his Country nnd tho good of his fcllowmau, becauso upon tho plentiful production of coal depends tho life of both, for, without coal food can not be moved, arms, nmuul- tlou, clothing and a thousand other things can not bo manufactured or gotten to tho boys In deadly combat, lighting our battles on tho blood stained fields of war torn Europe. Mine tho coal, feed tho furnaces "over here" and save the boys "over STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFlukc.) j Our vMllls grind out copy fnster than I can furnish It. There are 40 small, school boys In this burg who would welcome nit epi demic of smallpox just as soon us the Flu" dies out. I loaned John Henry my suit case to tako to Loulsvlllo tho other day and I am fondly looking forward to tho day he returns It. I told him to uso It just any way ho thought I wanted him to, but when he started uomc, ior goouuess suite not to nreai; notliln' in it. M UNSING EAR j 5. vJ i i A combination of quality, com- fort nnd economy in underwear. The best makers knit it, the best informed people wear it, the bc3t stores sell it. All customers who have onco tried j Tho M. II. & E. had a stray engine on tho road one day this week that carried a whistlu like a real R. R. engine. Most everybody In that part of town turned out thinking there wns by some chance, u rent train in tl. UIU ..1.1 IJ1U 1,11 I Jl!' Ui l Mil ml I I !,.... fc. I ' . ; there." POLITICS IX PAHAGAPHS. When reproached by Dr. Bruner for abusing the pardoning power, Governor Stanley's only defense was that ho had pardoned nioro Republicans than Democrats. All of which reminds us that even before Mr. Stanley was elected Governor, rumor had it that his friends were bartering promises of pardons to mountain Republicans in return for votes. On the letter head of the Democratic state campaign Committee we observe the pictures of Wilson and Stanley leaning heavily apart. Wo assume this is meant to illustrate the divergence of their opinions on woman suffrage. It Is perhaps unfortunate for Governor Stanley's candidacy for United States Senator this year, that the and Times Louisville Courier-Journof passed from under the control brewery and distillery sentiment and into the hands of a management that stands for the rights of women hud prohibition. While the nation is engaged in tho most titantic war of all ages and times, it is a fortunate event that partisan politics should be subordinated to the highest interest of the country. The election of the United States Senator from Kentucky this year, rightly turns upon the personal records of the respective candidates. Dr. Bruner has been identified with tho Sunday School, Church and moral influences, and is entitled to the respect and confidence of the best sentiment of the State. Ho stands for State and national prohibition and for woman suffrage, the two great moral movements which are now commanding tho attention of the people. The Republicans, out In the State, are accustomed to Inquiring what will Louisville do? The Democrats' loss of nearly seven thousand votes in the Louisville registration is the conclusive answer this year to what Louisville will do. Mr. Stanley was for a number of years a representative in Congress and for three years has been Governor of the Commonwealth, and yet no well known Democratic newspaper In Kentucky offers Mr. Stanley's official record as a reason for his election to the United States Senate. To those who would elect a United States Senator to support tho President's war measures, wo commend this statement of Dr. Brunor's in his Springfield speech, "Were I not heart and soul for every war policy that Woodrow Wilson stands for, for winning tho war, I would not seek your support In this race. Dlssapolnted by tho diluted indorsement given him in the President's telegram to Senator Beckham, Governor Stanley hurried to Washington to consult Mr. Wilson. So far tho fruits of tho Governor's visit to the White House uru not apparent. al Wo notice where Aus Bratcher, Sheriff, has been made custodian of tho enormous amount of 19 pints of BOOZE, taken from some poor Cuss i'1wt ii n a until linvo linn lllnfti 11 V in possession of it. Wo presume that 11 11 J I W J I destroyers of these captured rays of liquid sunshine. Gee, how nnd John Henry bad this sinecure j Job at the temple of Justice I wish me f ( I il.ai,y Munsingwoar with r ono accord say : "Give me the Mun-sin- g Union Suit every time." They use them for the little tots, and all the way up, including grandpa. Wo received a letter from a citizen of this town, from Louisville yester-- i day. a part of which reads as follows, "Everybody has the "flu" up here. Schools, churches and shows closed I am scared every minute les they close tho saloons. You seo 1 won't have to go with my wife to church and I will save the expense of taking her to the shows and if tho saloons won't close I am safe for the balance of the week." Guess who wrote us tho letter? Albert Rial says Bill Riley, ' ' We've got some nice warm Winter Munsingwear all ready for a you to put on. A perfect tit and the proper style and weight for everyone. Prices no greater than for the kind that do not (it and wear well. iSSil YllW'l Irlllv"' tVi'ii I K t VV I n the' ' Barber, ought to have made a Prize tightercause he's got the strongest right arm of most any man In town Yes, Rial says a fellow almost has to bo strapped In the barber chair to stay while Bill shaves him GET INTO THE WAR Buy Liberty Bonds With John Henry in Louisville, the dally papers failing to come in. mo as dry as tho driest spot in the Sahara desert and the Linotype Girl hollering copy, copy, have you any copy? My crosses aro not red ones, but believe me, they are durnod hard to stand up under. Carson ' j j (EL Co. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is not cleaned If you have some waste timber on Governor Stanley's statement that "The President's party made the war" was so amazingly absurd that the Louisville Courier Journal hastens to disvow it. If the Governor's statement were to be taken seriously" Republicans would be absolved from all obligation. Over the protest of a united press and the voice of tho best citizenship of tho state, the State Racing Commission authorized fall racing at Louisville. Mr. Stanley appointed the and a State Racing Commission, word from him would have prevented this imposition on a long suffering public. The Todd County Times, a Democratic newspaper, says it can see no reason for excitement among Democrats over tho coming November election, while Billy Kaltenbacher, in the Louisville Times, is giving Stanley from 250,000 to 300,000 majority. Kalt has the ear but not tho confidence of the reading public. Dr. Bruner is a lifelong advocate of prohibition, and his personal habits have rigidly conformed to such convictions. Gov. Stanley has been tho open and avowed advocate and apologist of tho liquor business. The news must go out to thirty six Mates whoso legislatures have not yet voted on tho national constitutional amendment. Next year Kentucky is to voto on a prohibition statewide amendment. With this condition in view It requires no argument to show tho friends of prohibition what tho effect of tho result of the senatorial election in Kentucky this year may bo. Do you get up at night? Sanol Is surely tho best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in r 2 i hours form all backacho and troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. COc and $1.00 a bottlo at 46-the drug store. blad-tVyr FISCAL COURT ORDKR. Regular Term Ohio County Flscnl Court. October Term, 1918. "Resolution and Order. On motion of Esquire W. S. Dean, it is ordered that in the event the Question of voting a 20 cent road tax, or a period of Five (5) year3. should carry in favor of said lax, this court will chango the system of working tho publcl roads of Ohio County, and will discontinue the system of working the roads by hands, and tho very best system will bo substituted for the system now In force. Ayes and nayes being called resulted in all of the Justices present voting in tho affirmative, whereupon the motion was declared carried ami so ordered. MACK COOK, A 2 cents extra, term strictly cash. I furnish every thing but tho corn and guarantee good Louisville, Ky. Oct. IS, 1918. Dear Tlnsley- - In the midst of the ;work. Bring your broom corn to my dally grind of newspaper work it is house on tho Llctchlleld road 4 mile" n happy diversion to write a personnl East of Hartford or tako It to Robert letter to a friend who will pity one's Schroador's, near Schroader's school misfortunes and condole one's faults. houso, or if more convenient, leave It I am hero in tho great whirl of life, with S. L. King, Hartford, Ky., and and having, as Teddy would say a I will call for it and return broom Inter. You must securely bundle and bully time. After work hours, and 1 cut 'em tag your corn. Will pay 2 cents each short, I go In for a bumper tlino. for good, old broom handles. N. A. SCHROAUER You seo when Ed Barrnss lights go Hartford, Ky.Route 2. out things aro Just getting ripe In 14t2 HAD ItHAKS OIIDLY STRl'Xti. Louisville, Just like It was dono for my especial benefit. Tho churches and shows wore closed Monday, so my wife can't take mo to church and I don't havo to tako her to tho shows. I had the scare of my life when they began closing things; I was afraid thoy would close tho saloons to, but they havn't so fnr.If they do you can tell It by me coming homo. I feel kindly mean when I think of you at the shop doing nil tho work, and ns dry as dust, and mo up hero In clovor up to my eyes. To mend things for mu tho soldiers are interned at tho camp, und not a khaki is on tho streets. You seo Hint leaves several thousand pretty girls, uccustomed to being eutertnined, mm FARM LAND FOR SALE. About six hundred acre& of No. 1 farming land, known as the J. F. Collins farm on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike. About 165 acres in cultivation and balance cut over land, well drained. Will be sold in tracts to suitk purchaser. For further in formation and terms, see M. H., or W. H. COLLINS.Hart- ford, Ky. 6-- tf J. O. C. C. true copy attest; e W. C. BLANKKNSHII'. 14N Clerk Ohio County Fiscal Court im:lmi:r , ktkwart ii:ai. just hungry for entertainment. I m Delmor Stowart, died nt his homo in Cromwell, Saturday, from an attack of influenza nnd pneumonia. Burial of his romalns took plnco at Green River Sunday. Funeral services were postponed to somo future dute. mm THE IIIIUXKKS IX UNIFORM. is easy to seo why tho Louls- If the war is to bo vigorously pro- ville Courier Journal says it will not secuted to a speedy end and impar- attack Dr. Bruuor's patriotism. Dr. tial justice is to bo distributed limner's fumlly record for patriotism throughout tho nation, tho govern- is a long and honorable one. His ment should at onco draft every man, fought under who Is not In tho military Hervlce, for Washington in tho Revolutionary Industrial disposition. Tho govern- war, his grandfather fought under ment has as just a right to draft and Jackson at New Orleans, his father distribute labor units as It has tho was u Union Soldier in the Civil War, military. Tho bunion of tho war Dr. Bruner hlnibolf was a boldler In should lio justly distributed among tho Spanish American war and his all tho people. And if prices aro to bo son is now fighting In tho trenches in fixed on all commodities, tho country France. Is untitled to protection against monoy-ma- d profiteering no Itu than HOMKTIIIXC; WRONG. ugulimt the powor-ma- d Hun. In tho Under the ruling of the Fuel Comlanguage of Abraham Lincoln this missioner, or pnaluiw the War Incountry not eUt half slave and dustrie Hoard, it matters not which, hulf free. or if uot cither but momc other beard, it 1 the duty of certain Union OfFriday ui last week the Louisville ficial to keei' a record of the duy It great-grandfath- er u PRISONERS AND GUNS TAKKN 11V ALLIKS Mri Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wiggins, nnd Mrs. J. W. Tanner spont tho day Since July 18 tho allies havo taken in Owcnsboro, Saturday. 325,000 prisoners and 3, COO guns. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bennett were ,Of theso totals 247,000 men and tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. guns have been taken on tho west Bonnett, near Hartford, Sunday. front. Mrs. Maggio Shown visited relahave Tho British alone taken tives in Centertown from Thursduy 110,872 captives and 1,700 guns in until Monday. Uho West. Mrs. Joo 11. Rogers of Kowaneo, Tho French havo taken 100,210 Ky., is visiting her parents, Mr. and men and 000 guns. Mrs. B. M. Bennett of this place. The Americans havo captured 36,-0Mrs. Mury Liles visited tho family prisoners and COO guns. of Mr. Lonnle Hoover Monday. Tho Palestine and Macedonian Mr. John Holland was burled at campaigns uottcd 60,000 (an unconMt. Harmon, Tuesday. firmed report says 85,000) prisoners Farmers aro exceedingly busy with and 46G guns. In Siberia nnd Murmansk IS, 000 their wheat crops and other fall captives were taken. work. These losses can uot bo replaced by Mrs Charlotte Mills is visiting her dauKhtor, Mrs. T. K. McQuary, near tho Contrnl Powers. Germany Is forced to prosn hor 1920 class Into service Bolls Run. and D. F. immediately. Tho other Central Allies MtNwra. W. Q. Parke Daniel uero eiigaifd In oroetlut; mon- muit do tho same, providud they havo such classes left. ument Monday, 3,-1S 1IEDA. scared the children with the llu, to keep them offtho streets so thoy won't tell their main. Say Tins, let Duko und Gustino run tho Joint, und tako the first train up. Tho harvest Is ripe und thu laborers (few. I know you uru u nine o'clock man but I can mako n mlduighter of you here tho first night up. Remember what is going to huppeu next July, und wo must make hay whllo thu sun shines. I am going over to Frankfort Thursday night to spend a little time in tho galoties of tho State Capital. Wish you wero hero to hold things down whllo I am away. If they don't close tho saloons I won't coino homo until Saturday ufteruoou. Try to tough It out till 1 come. Yours In clover, THOMAS. EAST VIEW. Mr. David Saddler and familv mov ed to Owcnsboro Monday, to make their future home. Mrs. Ophelia French recently snont a few days with tho family of Mr Joo Thomasson, of Hollln. Mr. J. 11. French made a luislnnss trip to Beaver Dam 'Thursday. The romalns of Prlvnto Sholby Wells, who died at Camp Taylor, of bpanlsh Flu, wore burled at Bolls Run, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and Mrs. Ellen King attended tho burial of Emmit Navo at Owcnsboro, Thursday. Messrs. Albert Stowart and L. D. French wero in Owonsboro Wednes day. School nt this placo has been clos ed on account of Influenza. 00 When vou navo Backache tho liver or kidneys aro sure to bo out of goar. FIRST OF PROPHETS. Try Sanol, it does wonders for tho j liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 50c bottlo will convince you. Get it (Curllslo Cor. Philadelphia Record.) Tho coming winter will be tho cold 4G-at mo drug storo est in muuy years, uccordlng to tho gooso bono prophets or Cumberland RROOM NOTRE. County, who baso their decision rm I havo purchased two Broom Ma- tho condition of the famous indicator chines and am propared to mako your bono und also on tho ubnormully hea brooms. My prices aro, for cleaned vy corn huaks and weed growth, both stock, 35 cunts por broom or ono of which aro said to bo slitns of ex half of tho com. Where broom com ceptionally cold weuthor. yr V Coats-Coa- t Every week something new is added to ourReady-- , department, and this week we place on sale some entirely new models in Coats and Coat Suits. These suits come in all of the new shades for fall, Burgundy, Plum, Taupe, African Brown, Navy and Black. The prices are not out of harmony with farm products, or other commercial commodities. to-We- ar Suits 4 ! V I Mr. S. T. Leach, of Houto 3, Beaver Eyes tested, glassos nnd frnmes cnrcfully adjusted. You loso If you Dam, was in town Wednesday, nnd while bore arranged to liavo tho fnll to got our prices first. go to his son, Corp. Everett J. 11. TAPPAN. C. Loach, now In Frnncc. Corp. Leach n mttmmLitm. n.irMi r 12tl Jowoler nnd Optician. I Is n member of Co. U First Pioneer P Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, who Is with Inft. her son, Mchenry Holbrook and bride, Judgo and Mrs. R. It. Wedding, reIn Canton, China, Is expected to arrive home About tho first of Decem- turned Wednesday from a months visit to relatives In Henderson, St. ber. Louis, Mo and Harrlsburg, Ark. The Mr. C. II. Field, Claim Agent for Judgo says they had only aimed to be tho Southern Pnclflc It. R. Co., lo- gone about two weeks, but everycated at Layfayottc, La., Is spending where they went thcro was lots to cat the week with relatives and friends and so they Just stayed. here. Fred A. Tanner, son of Mr. nnd daughter Mrs. Tom Tanner, of npar Hcflin, Cora Mao, of Mr. and Mrs. Talmago Southard, who wns a soldior In tho U. S. Army, ",nvr VINTy y "w died yesterday and was burled at tho died In New York last Saturday from air COAT SUITS Chapman burying grounds, near Sim- the effects of Influenza. The remains arrived hero late yesterday evening mons. $15 to $35 over the II. H. & E. Burial will likeTho Fordsvlllo Christian Church ly take placo today, though of that, COATS will have Service Flag Dedication we wero not assured. services Sunday evening, Rev. Walter $10 to $35 Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Kcown are In Creep, the pastor, will conduct tho receipt of a letter from their son, services. Lieut. Gllmorc Kcown announcing his Mrs. Jeff Wilson returned to her arrival In Franco. Lieutenant Keown homo in Pontoco, Tuesday, after reports that the Hun "Sub" that spending about two months here with sent tho rear ship down, in the conA beautiful line of Children's Coats, from 2 to 5 her parents, Ilev. R. D. nnd Mrs. voy, In which ho sailed was destroyyears, from $2.00 to $7.50. ed, and that all men had been safeBennett. ly landed In .France. Junior Coats, G to 12 years, from $5.00 to $12.50. Mr. W. II. Coombs, of the HartIntermediate Coats, 13 to 15 years, $7.50 to $18.00. Tho remains of Prvt. Virgil Stone, ford Herald, has been appointed Director of Publicity for tho United who died In Camp Taylor Tuesday, of SEE US SAVE WORRY! War Work drive which will bo on in influenza, accompanied by an escort, arrived at Beaver Dam Wednesday November. BUY . LIBERTY BONDS! night. Burial took place at Cool Tho deceased Cnpt. W. E. Bennett, of Owensboro, Springs, yesterday. and remember that it pays to trade with a house that who is well known in Ohio County, Is soldier was a son of Mr. and Mrs. at Stithton, whero ho Is engaged In Lata Stone, of near this place, and saves you money. constru 'tlon work on the cantonment, besides his parents and soveral brothers and sisters is survived by a known as Camp Knox. young wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Bennett, of Route 1, near town, are able to offer The War Industries Board has ortho Country another soldier. Tho dered us to cut off all subscribers llttlo fellow inado his arrival In tho who aro more than three months In homo of the Bennetts October 7th. arrears. Wo hope they may all pay up and remain on our list, but we hope Mr. Jonnle Wilson, of near Horse nono will deceive himself by tho Branch, lost a good horse ono day delusion that if wo cut him off Inst week. The horse was being used the debt will be paid. The accounts Ellis Th Hnrlfnrrl Republican ticoLook forpage. Ico Company's14-- no- - to drag some timbers across a small of all those we may have to drop on this ditch, foil Into tho ditch and died Im- from tho list will bo placed with an mediately. attorney for collection. OCTOBER 1 1 KKIDAV Kditor, John II. Thomas Is spending tho week In Louisville. Hr. Relatives of Dr. Gordon Phipps Hartford, Ky. Hartford (colored) have received news of his Republican. Gentlemen: Please dis., H. & E. R. R. TIME TAULK. Thomas will likely return Sunday. death at his homo in Corsicana, continue my ad for the farm for sale. outh Dound, No. 115 Oda Cooksoy, of near Olaton, lost Texas, on last Saturday. Tho re- It has served Its purpose. Truly. ...9:06 a. ffi. Due at Hartford., his dwelling and nearly all of tho mains are expected to arrive hero for W. R. CARSON. Horth Bound, No. 114 burial tomorrow. Wo run tho above note received ,..,.8.45 p. m. contents by llro ono day last week. Due at Hartford from Mr. Carson merely to substan(Both "Mixed" Trnlni.) A good flvo room house In HartA series of revival meetings will tiate our oft repeated contention ford, closo to depot, for salo cheap. bo held at tho M. E. Church, Horse namely, that It pays to advertise. See J. U. TAPPAN. 12t4 Branch, commencing Monday. The (Wo do It however without Mr. Carby the son's knowledge or consent.) If you sorvlces will bo conducted Personal News Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynes, of Revs. E. S. Mooro of Beaver Dam havo something you wish to dispose . Heaver Dam, Koute 1, called on us and Dyers of Cloverport. of, and its worth having, let us tell 'whllo In town Saturday. and Social Eueots, tho public about It In these columns. John A. Ruckor, a colored soldier, of and son of "Undo" Tom Bucker, of Mr. and Mrs. E. I). O'Uannon, Dan, the youngest son of Oscar Central City, were guests of Mr. and Haytl, died at Camp Plko, Arkansas, Mldkiff, deceased, who formerly rea fow days ago. Tho remains woro sided here, has been visiting rela Mr. Otis Brown, of Ccntertown, Mrs. It. E. Duko Monday. received hero yesterday ovenlng and tives near Dundee and Olaton durcalled on us while In town Saturday. Just received A car load of Fer- burial will take placo today. ing tho weok. Young Mldkiff was in Hartford yesterday calling upon Dr. W. L. Lawlnco, of Narrows, was tilizer, "Tho famous Jones Brand." W. E. ELLIS & BUO. Pies, like everything else these war friends. Mr. Mldkiff Is ono of tho a Republican ofllco visitor Saturday. times, are selling rnther high. At a five children of his family, for the Eastman Kodaks, films and sup- pie supper at Nocreek Friday night most part brought up and educated Shelloy Elder Volls, of Phllpot, fourteen pies sold at auction for $22.-1- 0. In tho Kentucky Knights of Pythias at Camp Taylor plies, at died of Influenza 12t4 Ono pio brought $4.45. Tho pro- Home. Two years ago Daniel was J. B. TAPPAN'S. Friday. ceeds went for patriotic purposes. given employment by tho Lexington Ex Mayor, James H. Williams, Terminal and Traction Co., and since Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peters, of Routo a convention of tho Churches Mrs. R. II. Gillespie, who had been that tlmo has been given eleven sub 1, Beaver Dam, called at this ollico of Christ, hold in Richmond, lust visiting her sister, Mrs. Nettlo Reld stantial Increases in salary. Monday. week. of Rockport for some tlmo, returned homo Tuesday. Mrs. Gillespie was acMr. J. P. Southard, Routo 1, Beavor Mr. E. a. Stewart, of Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duko visited companied homo by hor slstor, Mrs. Dam, was in town yesterday and 'l, callod on us while In town Routo Mrs. Dukes parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Inez Griffin of Houston, Toxns. to his son, tho Republican Saturday. W. Stewart, of Select, Saturday and Shelly M. Sothard, who Is with Undo Mr Leonard Wallace of Roslne, will Sam's forces In France. Young SouthQuito a numbor from here attend- Sunday. y, leave for Denver, Colo., Sunday. Mr. ard, In a letter to his father states ed tho Liberty Loan Bally at McHcn-rof Wallace will Join Mrs. Wallace who that on tho whole, soldiering. In Mr. and Mrs. Smith Hoover, Sunday. Dyersburg. Tonn., visited rolatlves was called to the Colorado City on ac- Franco is much easier than In tho county count of tho death of hor brother, camps back in the States. Ho also A son wns born to Mr. and Mrs. hero and other places in the which occurod some ten days ago. describes his experiences while in tho Letchor D. Bennett, of Smallhouso, this weok. front line trenches whon the Bocho October 5th. Miss Gladys Bennett, arrived homo Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ellis loft yes- wero sondlng soiuo of their big shells Bowling Green, to re- terday for Union City, Tenn. Mr. Undo Sam's way. At ono tlmo ho was Mrs. O. P. Brunton, of Beaver Dam, Tuesday from epi- Ellis after spending a fow days In litorally burled nllvo by tho caving In was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. main until after tho iufluonzu demic Is abated. Union City, will go to Mississippi on of the trench, caused by an enormous Duko Monday, u prospecting tour and will likely shall exploding upon tho edgo of Prof. Warren Payton, principal of remain In tho lattor Stato until same. Mr, Southard says ho is with Cox, of Alton, Ind., who Mr. James Fordsvlllo school and Mr. Juno spring. Carl Murray, of Taylor Mines, Elbert is visiting relatives at Fordsvlllo, was tho Lltsey of Fordsvlllo, woro hero on Hill, of Fordsvlllo and Leonard An- Tuesday. In town Dowoy Ward, a volunteer, who has dorson, of Rockport and that ho ofton business Tuesday. beeu In Undo Sam's service slnco tho sees a lot of Ohio county boys who aro Miss Emm Carter, of near this Hoyt L. Taylor, omployed by the outbreak of tho war, has boon finally in "K" Company and all aro doing placo. Is attending a business school Southern Hallway Co., of Toccou, du discharged on account of physical lino. In Bowling Green. mm visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Silo disability. Mr. Ward's troublo Is duo ICE NOTICE! to u ruptured ear drum. Ho has re Norlno Black returned from Taylor at Greenville. Miss turned to his homo hero. Rushdlvlllo Wednesday, whero sho Wo will discontinue foronoon de Mr. nnd Mrs. O. H. Tinsloy and Logan College. was lu family of tho Washington neighborMr. J. W. O'Hunnon of Owenton, liveries after Saturday, October 5th. with rela- eamo down Saturday via Automobile, Wo will dollver every afternoon to all hood, spent iho week-en- d Miss Susan A. Douglass, accomfor u short visit with Mrs. O'Hannon's parties who havo placed their ardors of near Crom-wol- l, tives in Pleasant Rldgo. panied by her father, father and mothor, Mr, and Mrs. IS. with W. K. Ellis & Bro. before 3:30 wore visitors hero Monday. Miss Vorna Duko, who has boon W. Stowart, of Select. Mrs. O'llannon p. in. Wo will muko no deliveries 'vUltad omployed at Stithton, for soma time, who had been visiting hor parents loss than 20 pounds. Will havo no Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rlloy parents. Mr. and Mr. has accepted a position with tho Dun- for sovorul weoku ro turned with Mr. morq Sunday deliveries. Mrs. Blloy'a 14-ELLIS ICEO. can Coal Company, of Greenville. O'Banuon to their homo Tuesday. Sunday. 0. L. Taylor, of GreeuvlUa, ililky" I Miss Mary Marks returned to her Friends of Clnrenco Barnard, at tills placo hnvo received notice of Ills home hero Wednesday, from Pontonrrlvnl In Frnncc. Mr. Barnard Is at- toc, Miss., to remain until the Flu tached to Baso Hospital Unit No. 8. epidemic sulfides, when she will return to Mlsslnslppl, to rocunio her Misses (Jlrira Hobortson nnd Lou-ren- o school work. Collins went to Stithton yesterMr, o. II. Colo, of Mt. Vernon, has day, presumably to accept employroslgnnd his posotlon an teacher of ment iih stenographers. tho Concord school. Mr. Colo was ro- Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Stowart, of jcontly ordained to tho ministry of tho Solcct, nnd Mrs. J. W. O'llannon, of '.Methodist Eplscpal church, and will Owenton, woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. accept an assignment recently given him by Conference. H. 10. Duliu of this placo Monday. J 44.t. Help the Boys Buy all the Liberty Bonds you possibly can. and then throw that old worn-ou- t cook stove or range .,,, .v nAfnr nnrl mnlrn fna rrnnA virtA uapfjjr V. yiviliy t. u.v, v,vrvi tiv. uy !!. ner one of those dependable t I I "Over There" f ... 4. 4 i j $ f!sZ-MMSZfZXT- !ilfPIlWBRn(5 MlBSfli PROGRESS STOVES RANGES Good cooking stoves, ranges and heaters, like Government Bonds and W. S. Stamps, are invest- 2 ments with unquestionable value. TKr. clnvne nt z 9--- t - found at pbiun A (TON RPHQ jlmwu., . Notice to Tax Payers, ", iiuiuuiu, Vv iy.$ I CHILDREN'S COATS J&XMb&G I, or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the following dates, for the purpose of collecting taxes r ! ARNOLD Monday, October 14-Tuesday, October 15 A. M- BAIZETOWN SELECT Tuesday, October 15 P. M. CROMWELL Wednesday, October 16 PRENTISS Thursday, October 17 TAYLOR MINES Saturday, October 12 McHENRY Saturday, October 12 Tuesday, October 15 HORSE BRANCH NARROWS Wednesday, October 16. SULPHUR SPRINGS Thursday, October IT Monday, October 2L OLATON Monday, October 21 WYSOX ROCKPORT BEAVER DAM SIMMONS RENDER .' Tuesday, October Saturday, October Saturday, October '.Wednesday, October 22 26 26 3a. 2t S. A. BRATCHER, S. 0. C. CENTERTOWX. Mrs. Charley Roark was called to Louisville Tuesday to the bedside of her daughter Mrs. Eddie Roark who was thought to be dying. Miss Stella May Bosket, of is visiting relatives here. Ellis Bishop, who is stationed at the Great Lakes in Naval camp is here on a furlough. Mrs. L. W. Tichenor returned home from Mantanzas whero sho has been ho guest of relatives for several days. Mr. J. F. Hill who has been on tho sick list for soveral days Is better. Rev. J. B. Rayburn, tho pastor of tho M. E. Church hero for two years has been nssigned to the Sacramento work, to which place ho goes with his family this week. We regret to givo up Bro. Rayburn and his fnmlly Their many friends here extend thorn their best wishes. Messrs. Oscar and Chester Bishop of Winchester, Ky., aro visiting their father J. M. Bishop, hero. Mrs. Alva Bean returned Tuesday from Louisville. W. F. James and family left last Tuesday for Colorado whero thoy will make their futuro homo. S. M. James and family have moved from this placo to a farm near ManMadl-sonvll- 8. le i Red Cross chapters In these throe: states by Mrs. Alfred Brewster or Cleveland, whoso appointment as director of tho nursing survey In tho Lake Division has just been announced by Division Manager B. F. Bourne. Tho survey In tho Lako Division, unstates is a pdrt of a nation-wid- e dertaking on the part of tho Red Cross to list the country's nursing-- , personnel, a step made imperative by the greatly increased military program of the Government. Tho request for the survey comes from tho Surgeon General of ho. Army with the approval of tho Secretary of War. Its lmportanco Is indicated by the fact that approximately 60 per cent of tho 25,000 nurses requested in 1918 by the Surgeon General havo been supplied and by tha determination of the Government and Red Cross that the health of tha civilian population not bo allowed, to suffer unduly by tho enrolling so large a number of ellglblo nursea for military duty. Soven classes of nursing personnel, are to bo listed by a canvass If necessary, by chapter committees in charge of the survey. Theses classes aro: 1. Graduate nurses both registered; and 2. Pupil nurses now recolvlng; training In hospital training schools.. ii. Undergraduate nurses who havi had at least six months' training, but who havo not completed their courses, as graduato nurses. 4. Trained attendants who havu been graduated from institutions giving trained attendants' courses. C. Practical nurses who have im various ways equipped thomselvcs, for nursing service. G. Midwlves. 7. Women who havo taken Bed, Cross courses. Local chapter committees in churgo of tho survey aro to bo comprised of chapter chairmen, representatives of local nursing committees, Red Cross nurses, physicians, hospital officers, ineiubors of the Board of Health, representatives oC organized charities and Chambors of Commorce, and druggists. Registration stations aro to bo opened not only In chapter cities and towns, but lu every branch uml auxiliary town and villago. g THREE MEATLESS DAYS. house-to-house ed cd Hofl.'n hns moved with his family to town, to make tholr hom3. Misses Bertlo May Stevens, Eula Reenor and slstor Annlo who had been in Louisville for a fow weeks havo returned homo. Tho peoplo hero have escaped tho Flu so far. NOT.ICE. tanzas. Francis Pursuant to resolutions adopted by tho Ohio County medlcnl society. I will expect Immediate settlement for nil professional sorvlces from this date, unless In charity cases, and that condition having been mndo known at tlmo of call. Too much time has been lost trying to collect accounts heretofore made. So parties owing mo will save us both troublo by prompt settlement now. EDWARD W. FORD, M. D. Hartford, Ky Oct. 1, 1918. LAKE DIVISION' RED CHOSS TO MAKE XL'RSE SURVEY Instructions and materials for conducting a survey of th nursing 2t A third moatlos day per weU of Ohio, Indiana and Kan tuoky havo ben forwnrdod lo all boon Introduced In VUauu. ha-- , rmwmwm. fVf'" wh- - 1 V OKIIICHS OHIO COUNTY 1'IS- COUNT, KKI'TKMMKIt 5. HUH. Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. presid On motion of Esq. Shown, It Is thnt tho question of voting n .JiiilRp od FANCIEDGRi IEVHHCE CAUSE LIBOR - Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. IIKAVKU DAM. Muster Commissioner Otto C. Marl.".7a of the Constitution, for tho Im Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKonnojr. tin, Hartford. provement and construction of public Clerk R. W. King. muds and bridge of the county ho Trustee .Jury Kimd Cal P. Koown, Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Is Buy Liberty Bonds lo the Limit, Farrington' s Dig Union submitted HEAC tFEDERAL EMPLOYMENT voters of Ohio Hartford. Marshal It. P. Slovens. URGES WORKERS TO TAKE County. Snld tax to bo lolled each 1st Monday In March 12 days Pica of President Farrington, ' roitDSVIIXK. PERSONAL VIEW OF SIT Frank Farrington, author of year for llvo consecutive years ImMiners' Union Com'th. and Civil. of Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones. UATION. article, is mediately following said election. The the accompanying Clork Olln Cobb. taxes to bo collected and accounted hist Monday in May 12 days Civil. President of the Illinois DisPollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. by tho Sheriff, at tho sanio time 1st Mondny In July 12 dnyB By FRANK FARRINGTON. for trict of the United Mine and In tho snmo manner and by tho Murshal Grant Pollard. 1SH0ULD AVOID SHIFTING JOBS Com'th. and Civil. . Kvcry working man and working Workers of America, and one same process thnt ho collects other woman In America should buy Liberty 3d Mondny in Septombcr 12 days of the best known labor lead- taxes, and nil election Is hereby orderDonds to tho limit of their ability to Civil. OIPICIAL .SCHOOL CALi:.NDAIW ers in this country. His dised to bo held throughout Ohio Coun'Permanency of Employment Woult jo so. They should buy until It hurts, 4th Monday In November 12 days County Hoard of education. thoy should ind after It begins to hurt Add to Success of Fourth , trict union has a membership ty, In nil the voting precincts therein, keep on buying until their purchnso Com'th. nnd Civil. Liberty Loan. on tho fitli., ilny of November, 19 IS, E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. of close to on: hundred thoubecomes a personal sacrifice for the upon the proposition of whether or Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover. HartCOUNTY COURT. sand miners who produce not n property tnx of twenty (20) upon tho outcomo of the reason that ford, Ky. of war raging depends the future fate eighty million tons of coal ancents on each Ono Hundred (100) Moots first Mondny lu each month,. At least 1,000.000 workers through W. Duff, Fordsvlllo,. Dlv. No. iout the United States change employ the workers of America. Dollars worth of property in Ohio nually. The total coal proJudges Mack Cook. Ky. Forced to enter a conflict thnt could mm nt Innnt niinn r t nnV linnflllani rt duction in the United t States County shall be levied for llvo (5) b Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. ,det1S.l,L peuy porsonar rej.,dce; accord, consocutlvo years, next Immediately is about 400,000,000 tons. the llborlJes of Ky. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. J. X. Dreen. assistant dIrccto:. d h following said election for tho purd' " Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslne, fomocrcIes, Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. States Employment Service o pose of Improving and constructing, '" toun J?' ,s, ntw, !tho State of Missouri. The effort o Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. cither or both, tho roads and bridges djr that ha overtaken Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav tho employment bureau, In order t, W Jailer Worth Tlchonor. beginning of time, they fight to establish the supremo of the county. mankind slnco iconserve tho labor supply throughou The issuo Involved Is: er Dam, Ky. D. E. 'Ward. Tnx Commissioner principle that mankind shall bo freo Said election to be advertised, held the country, will bo to persuado tin Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, Burvejor C. S. Moxloy. Shall Dotnocracy or Autocracy rule and th t liberty and justice shall bo and conducted In tho manner accord'laborers to forego any prejudice anc Ky. peoples of dem- triumphant throughout the world. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. tho world? Shall tho ing to tho several provisions and re'remain at their work. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday la ocracies, whore democracies obtain, If Autocracy should win in this quirements of the laws of tho Com"Every week not less than 1,000,001 FISCAIi COUHT. February; let Monday in April; 1st titanic stmgglo for human rights, all monwealth of Kentucky, now In force 'workers fall to show up for work bo our accomplishments of tho past governing such elections and under Moets Tuesday after first Mondny Mondny In June; 1st Monday In Aua grudge against somebody oi cause of would bo swept away nnd tyranny and In Jnnunry, April and October. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st something," said Breen, discussing th Comoppression would bo rampant through- the general election laws of the Ed Shown, Hartford. Monday In Decombor. labor situation. "When the workeri Kentucky, where same l(.t District out the world. Should that come true, monwealth of E. S. Route 3. County Hoard of Examiners can bo impressed with tho fact thai no class would suffer as much as the relate and apply to elections held to 2nd District thoir remaining at work, and noi Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. question; and no men and women of labor, nnd it will determine the above Heaving because of imagined dislike oi er Dam. Duff. come true If wo fill to support our amount of money in excess of the 'Injustice, it means that 1,000.000 posl Q. 11. Brown, Simmons. Jan.. 25 and 2d Common School can be raised by the levy .trd District present crisis. amount thnt Government in tho 'tlve labor forces will be added to laboi 0. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. A government can be no stronger In any ono your, shall he expended In lib District to take tho place of the same numbei May 10 nnd 11 Common School than the people living under it make that year. that aro now Inefficient and onlj V. C. Dnugherty.BaUe- - Diploma Exnmlnntlon. it, and If we fail to rospond to our S. A. Bnitchor, Sheriff of Ohio 5th District partly useful. Government's appeal for help our war County, Ky. Is hereby May 17 and IS County Tonchors' town. appointed, "Concentration of tho energies o: policy must collapse and our country- ordered and directed to advertise the (Itli District W. S. Dean. Dundee. Examination (whlto). these will more than double the ca men "over there" must fail, and in n. P. Rice, Fordsvlllo. Mny 24 and 25 County Teachers paclty of the same workers. Then ' puYpose of the election and 7th District that event it Is Inevitable that the time and , B. C. Rhoados, Hart- Examination (colored). aro at least that number who do no' the amount of tuxon to be levied each 8th District forces of autocracy shall be triumphrealize that their concerted effort! ford, Route 5. Juno 22 and 23 County and State year and tho number of years for ant over the forces of democracy. will bo a large contributing factor tc Teachers' Examination (white). Thus It Is that every worklntr man and which it Is to ho levied and collected HARTKOIU). a successful conclusion of the war.' Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd Stato working woman in America should In the noAsnapcr published In Ohio Assistant Director llreen also callec Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). buy Liberty Bonds. County, having tho largest circula(attention to the fact that hundreds ot Sopt. 20 and 21 County and Money invested in Liberty Bonds Is tion for thirty (.10) days before the Clerk J. A. Howard. 'thousands of men take needless dayi as safo as our Government Itself. Tho said election and he, the said sheriff, Examination (white). Pollco Judge C. II. Crowo. off. By a hard driving force, he de Illinois district of tho United Mine will cause a poll to be opened in each Sept. 27 and 2S County and Stato Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. great assist 'dares that it will be of FRANK FARRINGTON. Workers of America has purchased and all tho precincts in and through 'ance to all branches ot industry. - $500,000 worth of tho first, second and out Ohio County, on the above named Tho officials and labor leaders polnl . continue their democratic form of gov- - third Issues of bonds out of district ,.. m.o, i, .ir,, o 'ernmeni ana preserve unio wiemdate, as tho law in such cases directs Wc Knock the Spots Out of Thingi WILL YOU liberties with funds and we propose to buy $500 000 anil he may advertise said election by their Wand that each worker must . v..v. .u.... TAKE u, u UIU8 mem lunusual resnonses to the eovern opportunity lo lmproe having a certified copy of this order contribute to the betterment of all local unions have made purchases 'mental necessity. AV or shall tho attainments of gregating millions nnd I am certain published, as above directed, and where a becauso i Bomo fanciedworker quits he is unem renlurles-oistruggles lor ireeaom ana " " "" uuuuuiuny ui iuc lumui C. Iilankenshlp, Clerk of the Ohio grievance, 'liberty bo blasted into obljvion by a 'issue. The rate oMntergst paid on County Court, is ordered nnd direct- Trench Dry Cleaned and Pressed Is A Treiltccol piuyeu lur some uu)s, niieu nu uuuiu Ti T ruthless military casto and all the peo- - , such investment is fair. Howover. the ed to furnish said Sheriff with a cerSuperior Manner. lust as well have been at work 'for WEAK tified copy of this order, as It appears Where he is dissatisfied with 'fancied P'o of the world bo menaced and is upon the Order Hook, In time for Send as your Garments and Sat i '?d by the tyranny of a triumphant LUNGS or conditions, the employe also does nol , , i,M'm Itorv desDotlsm? That is the great Ue. world is In the balance, tho free- - snld publication, Them I sLwxliLLaLL CONSUMPTION "derlyffs piindpTe to be" determine? ?oaand 91 Tho said Sheriff and County Clerk himself satisfied with condftloT,?. . "' """" "" CLEANED CLHAN There is no doubt in the minds ol tt!i'U112 2DSth?t has caused millions ' '" on8 of tho mediums through ""' are further ordered and directed to Which a labor pjflctals that tjje vast "vcr-Packages called tor and ucltrerel " P"'-"- " frrlloc. a ..t.ir .i:f inr it,. i ttrfil. muet raise the money I of workers already have ur cat. hrmoi cougbt, palm In cliol. nlslit wUfs unprecldVn7ed ' feed and equip and to care for our required under the laws of tho Com- -ce "f weak lune or coimimptlou. It il do Ho tho maximum, and they, conso 90ns and brothers, our relatives and monwealth of Kentucky, in advertis- THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB llucn. you il cot yo nolkinl. Dothctp f ,quently, are exempting these from."'" ""' """ fullv compre-- ' i associates, our countrymen-"t- he boys jing and conducting such election and .r'""".."'0 power of human mind to Loci' Oox Olft A. Iva Nail, Prop. their calculations. OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBIIR r t Tho speeding up of the Individual hend. On one . side arrayed the ovor Uiero" while they fight to crush in the preservation of tho ballots ., CT,n,l , intint tn its siead ' IIAKTFOIU). KENTUCKY. .,... ..... . ............. -of a ximiiary casio, HHvpn ior, worker means lust that much more liberty and Justice for all tho peoples of tno votes and said election is dl- capnai mat can ue invested in tue battle by the mailed fist of Autocracy. nf , ,,, w na,,nna of tnn wnri,, jrected to ho held in all respects as re- un me otner siue are ine lorces oi " " Pmirlh l.tliprlv T.nnn Ttntifla GOOD LEXINGTON, KYM BUSINESS HVEfW ho"'oay answering the such quired by law governing will be placed on the market Septenv P01?,00"" challenge to do battle In defense of (be uiSaemMT U W2W L Saul BcsWtl && elections. er 28. By just that much saved toInto ' ,inv whPn hpr iE nipntv to n mpnn, liberty, Justice and humanity. uuftinetti norx ninu, lypo nriunrj ana icicgnpnf It is further ordered that it Is the Secured or Your Money Back ' has sense ot this court, In the event said that It will be Just that much easier thIs. crucible of horror America Den'-Collect CAn da math for if yon tako tho Drmulion Training, the In tho ranks when a soldier per- of jout Itaitcwt ftnitowarl Jos tho individual workers grows older cast her lo with the In favor of tho levy training thnt liuslnuM min luilnrvti. Yon election results ' Is awarded ocracv and summoned her nnnn tn fnrnis kodih heroin act ho can tnko it at aiUtge or ( ir.ail Write tuilati W and is less ablo to work. Hpclit Omrpn for Jot- . Ifo help throw off the yoke of threatened a medal. In the civilian army when and collection of such tax, as afore- Diui'uuo.vs I'lutmcu. iiisixk roLLEur riMIUI Ilk wmi 1'idocih. kr said, tho money thereby derived shall J Autocracy so that tho peoples of all some person buys Liberty Bonds. HOLD TO LIBERTY BONDS I tllll'll tinlavHismfui. ltintrtTUIaV the nations of the world shall be fre Joins the Red Cross or the Y. M. C. be so used and apportioned as that in vUloacf ft lA'ly Wlacipftl. HU Jait tlQdln tit It) each magisterial District of tho counto follow the tenor of thoir own de-- A., he or she Is given a bndeo. Hioa. Gm4 Btk.t homo. - 1'ortrtlcuUrm, svllrc LEXINGTON, KY-WILBUR IL SMITH JWhen Anyone Seeks to Buy Them, sign. pT--.' It Is an honor for a person to wear ty. There shall he used tho sum miT' Proposition Should Be In- - f" jsjsr Our Solemn Obligation. us aforesaid, in such district, one ot these badges, just as it Is EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE i vestigated. .w and constructing, The momentous decision of our Gov- for the soldier to wear his. The aver- for improving w ernment to throw the nation's J.H " And Fitting of Glasses re- - age American citizen can and should either or both, tho roads and bridges " .- THE Tlin fittfWt ifi MAh.lr.lta l.lhPrtV Ttnnfl en.lMac Intn lUIR .Iit1iIm nnndf, an.l wear throe of these badges tho ...w. w v(..H.w ..w..H RUUIWD Ill.U Kln Uilblll (.UillUM U.AU -herein from said tax.though this shall WmplL0 OWENSBORO. KY SEWINQ holders not familiar with stock and to give of her sons, and of her wealth, the Red Cross and tho Y. not in any way restrict or Imparo tho .. MACHKNK bond values fro n their Liberty Bonds to the cause of humanity, Imposes M.C. V expenditure of other lawful funds In has taken a now turn. The manlpu-jnpoOF every American and upon every They show that the wearer Is each respective Magisterial District, to buy the mnr who has partaken of America's latora, instead of offe QUALITY. enough to see that If we are LIV-VER-L- AX bonds at Inadequate prices, offer in ex- bounty the solemn obligation of loyal- - to do our part In helping to relieve for said purposes, just as funds are used, (change for them the stocks and bonds ty in doing their part to win victory the lands of Europe, and now and have heretofore been (of various wildcat corpoiations, whosolfor tho cause America represents, no make the menace of the spiked helmet so far as such funds may ho necessary NOT !lace value Is large, but whobo actual ' matter whether they be found as e a thing of tho past, we must have and available, and in tho mannor SOLD 1 uothiug. little or dlers in Uio battle lines or as work- - soldiers, and that soldiers alone can- provided by luw, and that a moro The safest investment in the world era in indiis'trral pursuits. method of adeiiuato and cfective not accomplish this. ANY 5s a Libeity Bond. For a patriotic! Tne rull significance of this awful Uncle Sam needs the monoy ob- working tho roads ho put In oporntlon OTHER .American, Liberty Bonds alu the best cataclysm that has overtaken tho tained through the purchaso ot 'Lib- than h now in effect. Ayes and Nays NAME. investment in the world. Jt is not only woriQ and 0..r reiation thereto Is. as erty Honda to mako ammunition, feed, being called resulted in nil tho Justia wlso thing to hold them; it is a'yot by us, scarcoly realized, though clothe and to furnish other osential ces present voting In tho affirmative, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. patriotic thing to do. Tho soldier that thousands of our countrymen are now things needed In the maintaining of thereupon the motion was declared If yon purchase tlioNKW 110MK you wilt Jtakes a trench and then voluntarily ,n tho battle lines and myriads more an army. carried nnd so ordered. Feci rffrht all tho time. Don't lay ot havo a life uuet lit the prlro you iay, uud will IKives It Up Is IlOt to bo computed With rn nren.-irliif-f fn follow Thnsn our Red We must ..... "" '"" . ' i MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. from work for daya by taking calonK. not havo nil endless clmluof rejiulni. .i. u ;utu u.m, uu.ua i. CoUntrjmen. the select ot America. i00k after thohave the of the Cross to .m w.u.. Boldlers, families keeps yot when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x U-- . Stato of Kontucky.Sct. Uigainst the enemy. istholara. college men.r .nrofosslonals of , rnrniah limwimrpx .iiiro w nn.i nthprw...on your feet, whilo relieving your troub Quality County of Ohio. Ameilcan who buys a Liberty nii tho arts and trades, and a donees. tut ' to mako army life comfortable. And things lo. Safer too, and easy to take. UonT( Bond and then sells it Is not bo good ' Bons 0r the rich and sons of tho poor, up the I, V, C. Iilankenshlp, Clerk of the tako anything else. You can't nfTort Considcree! The Y. 'JI. C. A. to keep mi American us ono who buys a bond men who love life as well as we but morale of the men, the "Y" huts, Ohio County Fiscal Court, do cortlfy it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses tiye it u the holds it. This doos not apply, who prefor uberty to lifo without tern and relieves constipation. A nat iand where tho men are furnished hot that tho foregoing Is a truo and cor- ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure to ono who sells his bond bo-- ortyf havo mado common caU80 antl cigarettes, writing materials rect copy of tho order as appears on in its effect and certain in results. It Cheapest drinks, .causae of real necessity; liore Is leltl-- cnterod tho lists In answer to tho e wil won't bo long beforo ii- - Vc-La- x Order Book number 3, pngo 57:i. In the end trading in Liberty Bonds which j Uon'8 lleois T,eae men, evoiy one a and literature. After the war is over and our boys in ever; Given under my hand, this tho tiOth completely displaco calomel freely , j)er0i tieabury recog-.lze- s. wjtn tho COurago of Spartanw havo returned homo to us, bringing 'the ant liome.i Children can tako it to buy. and the souls ot martyrs, go to tho with them medals showing that they day of September, 1918. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarW. C. ULANKENSlIH'. BUY A BOND anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nont to faco every death- - porformed some commcnduhle deed, If you wantnBowlnemnchlnr, write for i battle grounds genuino witfiout tho likeness and signf our latent cuUiloguo btToro you purcluiso. Clork Ohio County Court. dealing dovlco human brain can devise will YOU have your three, to show turo of L. K. Griguby. For sale by for tho destruction of man and offer the boys that you are backing them The New Home Sewlnn Machine Co., Orange, MassTl By H. V. Neal, Everett, Mass. Pursuant to tho forogolng order, X Hartfor their lives in defense of domocracy all tho while? Slloam Springs (Ark.) mid, by vlrturo of tho power Invested 1. H. WILtilAMB. to you appealing, Jlaik, a voice Men of Freedom, Tiiought and Keel- - and tho freedom of tho pooples of the Dully Register. in mo ns Sheriff of Ohio county, Keni world, and they will do this with the Ing, tucky, I hereby cause tho uforeuald it v. A Colored Man's Example. full knowledge that millions ot their imploro you kneollng, published na required by lunocets :j-TUi M Wnnto I 8 kind havo already boen lulncd physiIt was a wlso and patriotic old col- order to bo' Bond." "Buy a cally and mentally and left to suffer u ored American who refused to sell his law, and further direct and shall Hobts of Hell aro Itlght defying, living death, whilo other millions havo $100 Liberty Bond for $0G, because ho causo tho various olllcor3 whoso duty Sparing not tho hick or dying; blasted Into bits mid their shreds would not glvo up tho United States' It Is, to open n poll In oach of tho Broken hearts to you are crying, trampled into tho muck nnd mlro of piomlso (his bond) to pay him $100 voting placoa within tho County of "Buy a Bond," this thundering Inferno of death nnd with interost for tho Unltod States' Ohio on Tuosday, November tho 5th.. destruction. Upon thofce who stay at promise (ouironcy) to pay him $90, 1018, to take tho senna of the qualifirnri priKi .iai i.vi-iri- it .. :'! l'or our boys who, in tho fight, n:n (wrythicf fhs Dissolved In water for c'wiuS's Uop homo will devolvo the obligation of and who roiuiod to iiell the snmo bond ed voters upon the question as wt Staud for U. S., Uod stad Itlht,. pelvic catarrh, ulcerV.'c i r.-.- J infirm-motio- n e. 'u.:"i t' y c the jujr. mo Ktep their home firet burl0( bright, Disking it possible for tuope at the for $102, becuugo, ho mild, that the out in the above and foregoing ItreoiuBttiulcd by Lydia E. $102 must be counterfeit or olae the Bu a Bond. front to have a flgbtiug cbanro. r'T.iV. w ihi ..'.kii!i hua tejtifud. order. PinUiAm Med. Co fo- - va yen'-- . would-purchaser would not b wilWorkert behind the Lint. 'UUNCY.LIVEa AKD name of Liberty, my hand, this tb 80th, AheaU.ig voiiJui- - or imui catarin, In the Wittisas Cpoa our worker, of America ling to gUe it for only $100. It la safe tlTOAf AC!S TKOUSLS sru tbroribiul core eye. Lt.aiiou.lcal. A. D. . 1918. tir.k tho blow to make men t is lis b(.--t mJ!'o a tremendous obligation; thnt lo eay that there are no foul bricks or day of September. vf wte llilp to win the Victory, A. BRATCHER. 8. ut a irnpfiia ' co'.iater. U the obligation of aiding ind suntuln wildcat gecurllioa tattoo turt Ajum it Boa4. Uuy TT,? T "p" tariff, Ohio Coatr. lislli 9 MSBJ4U&. " ' iHf twr nemtr.mM under anua whiJc4a'a assets. -J OF MILLION FATE OF OUR WORKERS S GREATEST STAi LOSS BATTLE FOE HUMANITY MEI U'.lli ing. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. d. R. W. Slack, Owcnshoro. C. E..Smlth, Hnrt-fortax of tho sum of twcnty(20) cents Com'th. Attorney nn tlin nun Hmulrpil fSlflO flftl .Int. - --- 'i'S, KOCKI'OIIT. Jamoa Wilson. Clurk Rushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Lnngford. Ch'm'n. Board to-th- 20. . h?r "Srt2 y, , n. i llilfjpi hard-earned u lwj W State-Teacher- ,,,., ,i makl I .. ,.., -- Ladies' and Men's - Garments ;....,..'... . Pfj.f S. I ?"' - ZLT ; J " "" feW" 1t I ""'"'" ecfT ." .... v EM GERMINAL REMEDY Samlet FOR ONE MONTH OUR I 'B" T I I - ' ",..", Yi."'",' t"Cun'nvnin I rt.ni. I Liberty Medals OSITION I f08 1 I I iSTV K I I I 1 do-riv- DR. I J. R THORPE 4 -., fc n " , USE NEW Hun-Infeste- I For Lazy Liver and UN" the Troubles ol Constipation. HOME .i.. , ' ! I 1 I , i a t; vcy tt Woman rr " mo-tlou- ed o-- 0i . il -- ' Farm Department Al 1)1X0 IHlOL'dHT. To South-ucst, mediums from tho Latin mcllaccus, which Is derivmoaning honoy-llked from mot, honey. o, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES CLOSE Net Contents lSPluidDrachryi AND THEATERS STUIt'KKX STOCKMKX quantities of cheap loaf to Italy. Western Tohncco Journal. AVIIKKi: WI'J (JUT OUH FOOD XAMKS, assist cattlo razors In tho wlicro drought has catis-c- d bccf-brccd-l- Custard was a corruption or word meaning tart, nnd was allied to tho modern French word croustado, of tho samo moaning. All theso words camo from tho Latin crusta, meaning a crust. of n a plo Order Of State Board Of Health Calls Off All Gatherings. h-z- wm d 1 liUAl IIKIll For Infants and Children. If y a great scarcity of food, from suffering nnaiiclal loss nml to prevent hundreds of thousands of cattlo from being slaughtered and removed from tho country's sources of meat, Held afionts of tho United States Department of Agriculture In with local and statu authorities, especially tho Texas cnttlo-ralser'associations, aro transferrins cattlo to tho Southeast and Corn Hell States, whoro food Is plentiful. Up to the nilildlo of September 70 carloads of cattlo hud hcon shipped to tho Southeast Arrangements have hcun made so that cattlo may ho shipped area at n from tho drought-stricke- n reduction of Ufi pur cent from tho regular freight rate. For tho Infornia-tol- n convenience of thoso wishing to liny cattle tho department representatives aro Issuing a weekly market reago, port showing tho receipts, weight, condition, and price, also giving u list of breeders who havo pure-bre- d cattlo for salo. This movement of cattlo Is supplying thu Increasing demand for stock In tho Southeastern States and Is expected to lie an Important factor In building e Industry In that up tho xectlon. Tho Hold agents are making a special effort to havo all avallablo roughages properly safeguarded to he utilized for feeding purposes during tho coming year. H beef-cattl- A dumpling Is a good old English dish nnd comes from tho word dump-ethat incut to throw down suddenly nnd tho diminutive, ending ling. Tho Idea was a llttlo cako that was made by throwing raw rough dough into boiling water. n, From Portugal do wo get our word a marinalado.whlch was orginally Tomato Is a word of Mexican de sweet preservo mado from quinces Us name from marcolo, tho rivation from tomato, the natlvo name nnd takes in that country for tho vegetable. Portugueso name for that fruit. Salad literally means salted and Is a direct descendant of tho Latin word sal, or salt. Tho uso of salad to mean tho greens from which or on which a salad mixture is placed Is one of only recent origin. Tho Italian lnsnlatn and tho Spanish saladn, moaning salad In thoso languages, actually mean salted. Sheop Chile. In The .South. Four sheep specialists of tho United States Department of Agriculture with colleges in tho nre Southern stutes In organizing sheop clubs. This year 1,26a boys were enrolled in sheep clubs in 7 Southern sub-tantl- States, and in other parts of tho South tho sheep industry has made progress. According to tho August report of the llureau of Crop Estimates, thu percentage of sheep in tho 15 Southern States on August 1, 1918, as compared with tho samo date in 1917 was lis. 4. while that of the entire United States was "HG.5. TOHACCO OUOWIXCJ IS TAFFV. Pono Is a word of Indian derivation, nnd nn early Kngllsh historian Farmers are about dono cutting of Virginia took pains to explain that It was not from tho Latin partis, tobacco nnd aro now busy sowing making molasses. meaning bread, hut from the red wheat-anF. Taylor and little daughter, Indian wordbppone, and It was early applied In thu South to any bread Monn, who havo been sick for several days are Improving. made of Indian corn. A number of people from hero at SatPudding In its early form was mado tended the Fair at Owcnsboro urday, nnd tho Singing Convention of minced ment of some sort, wellj Herman, Sunday. seasoned nnd stuffed Into an Intes- at Mt. Mr. Clarence Patton made a busi tine, nnd then cooked by boiling. ness trip to Pleasant Hldgo Monday. There arc words In many early Mrs. J. T. Funk will have a sale languages meaning pudding, but It soon, and dispose of qtiito a number seems originally to havo come from and fanning Implements. of sto-r.hoiiio word meaning a short body or Mrs. llessle Kirk went to Hartford Inflated skin. Wednesday to have some dental work dono. Nobody knows what muffin came Hcv. It. B. Fuqun and wife, Mr. from, but It was probably . derived James Kirk and wife and baby atfrom tho word inuf, nnd wo can ImSunday. agine that It might have been duo to tended church at Greon Briar Mr. Lonnio Wnde and family visit sinnii similarity between thu warm ed relatives near Adaburg Sunday cake nnd the hand covering. and Monday. Mrs. Pruda Sowers Is tho proud Fritter Is from an old French word mother of a baby girl. Her husband moaning to fry or n dish of fried fish, Herbert Sowers, is somewhere1 in which comes directly from tho Latin France. frictus, the past participle of tho verb t frlgere. When the chest feels on (lro and the throat burns, you have indiges Wufllo comes from wafer and waf- tion, nnd you need HEIIBINE to get er roines from tho German word rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It walie, honeycomb or a cake of wax. drives out badly digested food, Originally wafers seem to havo been strengthens the stomach and purifies hot cakes like modern wattles. The tho bowels. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio association of tho word wnfer with Drug Co. m extreme thinness is of modern origin. d Upon urgent official advlco from thoxSurgeon General of tho United States Public Health Service who Is acting In full with tho Surgeon General of tho Army and tho National Council of Defense, and based upon ouch n rapid spread of Influenza as to endanger tho health and lives of tho civil population over the entire country, as well as all military operations and tho Industrial activities equally essential to the success of tho war, and in vlrturo of authority vested In it by law tho Stato Board of Health of Kentucky hereby Issues its proclamation closing all places of amusement, schools, churches and other places of assembly and ndvlses against and discourages all unnecessary travel and social visiting in this commonwealth until the epidemic is over. Signed, DR. JOHN G. SOUTH, S;ra.ii U .- ' AVeielnulcrrcpamticnforAs e;r.,ii.'iitart!f.craodirRccula ALCoiioL-- a - Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria rcn cent. - u.p linilhcSloniichsnmUtoiffl r . v. Tlirrrr-A-' lYnmoum! IJiyvJ""" C:rrrfu!ncssandIUst.Contair.s neither OpItim.Morphincnor Always Bears the Signature of Air In Mineral. Not JAncotic MTJdnE'SS-aamtJKnpun St JbrbUtSJtt AristStrit frvirminl nltarSxmatiSoi! lititrrpmianr I ( jfv Mai I AhclpfulRcmcdyfcr Constipation nnd Diarrhoea rcwrishncss ana fX Use For Over ami tlC5 President. DR. J. N. McCORMACK, t;S-Se' awy- resulting Ihcrcfronwnlnt ftc Simile Slnatareo Loss of Sleep Secretary. Bowling Green, Ky., Oct. G. 1918. - Ian CrsTAcn Cowwor. s Thirty Years f NEW-XLn- A I leant if ill Woman. Do you know that a beautiful woman always has a good digestion? If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats, and take an occasional dose of Chamberlain's Tabids to strengthm en your digestion. Price 25c. CASTURIA rxaa Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CKNTAUfl COMPANY. NtW VOHK CITT, DKSTKOYKIt AND SUB SINK TWO HUN London, Sept. Tho destruction of two submarines by British naval craft is thus described. The Captain of a destroyer saw a German attack a merchant steamer two miles off. .Tho destroyer went to the assistance of the steamer and tho submarine dived. "When I judged that wo were directly over her.I let go a depth charge with a buoy to mark the spot," said the Captain. "Within fifteen seconds of the explosion the submarine came to tho surfaco with a slight list to starboard. Immediately the conning tower showed above the water all our starboard guns opened fire and the conning tower was riddled." A British submarine accounted for the other German "I fired both bow torpedoes almost simultaneously," said the Captain of tho British submarine, "and about half a minute later there was a terrific explosion, a big flu mo and a fountain of water a hundred feet high. Tho German submarine totally disappeared. There was a lot of oil about and the smell of paraffine, but no sign of any part of tho boat. I heard shouting In the water, and picked up one man." at Stare k Pianos i . No Money in Advance Satisfac tioa Guar LowestNet Fa ctty nteed Prices Terms . i:x('oritA(si:i ix itai.v. Sandwich takes its iiiimo fromJohn Montagu, fourth Karl of Sandwich, in SOME LIItKKTV LOAN SLOGANS Baai.at A tory Direct Saving oi lO0 to fa r BmrXiinii 'MnVWf III - One of tho principal crops In Italy Is tobacco, Tho area planted In Itaabout ly in this product averages 1S.0OO acres per year, according to United States Commerce Keports. Most of tho planes aro of the Kentucky Hurley variety, although In Southern Italy hoed from tho Halkans is used. Tho salo of tobacco In Italy Is a government monopoly, nnd Italian tobacco growors havo always suffered from tho rigid regulations which governed Us cultivation. Hy a recent decree the government hns adopted a policy intended to encourago tobacco growing. Premiums to growors aro provided until 1926, a certain subsidy per acre Is to bo given for additional acreage, ami part of tho cost of now buildings to euro nnd house tho crop is to bo guaranteed. Tho soil of Italy Is well adapted to tobacco cultivation, and this change lu government policy should havo a favorable result, from tho Italian polt of vlow, in decreasing imports of tobacco in leaf form from foreign countries. Tho United States for many years has furnished largo 1792 who used to havo slices of bread Wear your old clothes and buy Libwith ham between served to him erty bonds. while ho was at the gaming table so Liberty bonds or German bondage. that ho need not stop playing. To go "Como across" or tho Kaiser will. farther hack, ho derived his titlo from The boldler gives you must lend. Sandwich, a town in Kent, England, Liberty bonds or Germnn taxes. tho namo of which was made up of Buy over hero to win over there. word sand and the Anglo-Saxo- n It's billions for defense or billions "wlc," meaning town sandy town. for Indemnity. For Foch and freedom; buy bonds. Frlcasso has usually been derived A bond slacker Is the Kaiser's from the Latin word frigero, to fry, backer. though tho French frier, but it Is A man who won't lend Is the Kai thought more probable now that It Is ser's friend. derived from thu French fracasser, Tho more bonds you buy the fewer meaning to break Into pieces', or tho boys will die. Let nil get on the bond wagon. Latin fricare, to rub. In French tho word is used to indicate any meat Bo one of tho millions to lend the fried In a pan, but the Kngllsh mean- billions. ing is a dish made from cutting Dig up the coin and bury tho Hun. chickens, rabbits and other small aniBuy bonds before It's verbotcn. mals into pieces nnd cooking them In Idle hours aro a frying or other pan with a gravy. Put the "pay" into patriotism. Bonds speak louder than words. Mushrooms got their namo from It you can't light, your money can. thu same source as moss. Freemen buy bonds; slaves wear them. Molasses comes through many ITALIAN CLOU!) SCOUT IMjANKS ACItOSS ALPS Gabrlell d'Annun- r landed In Franco yesterday from an airplane in which ho had flown from Italy across tho Alps. His flight was over n distance of 290 miles. Captain D'Annunzio left Turin at morning and 9 o'clock yesterday arrived at Chalons, behind tho French front about ;ioon. 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When you TelephoneSmite CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. Paris. Sent. 28. Sledge hammers or guns American soldiers nre su perhuman with either. Another railroad in Franco has ust been completed by a company of railway engineers with this now g record: 2.C9 mllos of narrow gauge railway laid In seven hours and throe minutes. Tho company set out to finish that last stretch by supper tlmo. for it meant tho licking upof two Important French towns with a railroad had boon upon which a reglmont working for several wcoks. Instead tho work was finished at 1:33 p. m. A total of 14,203 feet of ties and track woro laid In '423 minutes un avorago of more than 33 feet per niinuto and more thau a third of a mllo en hour. An Idea of. tho magnltudo of tho task and tho unicunt of labor involved can bo nalr.od by this summary of LUDKXDOKPP'K FAMILY TOMB. material used. Approximately 105 tons or aloel D. aonornl rails, 7,100 ties, 1,830 palra of fishOct. Amstordam, Lndondorf loft tho battlofront recent- plates, 8 kecs of bolts and 37 kegs o.' ly long enough to return to Berlin to spikes a toni of more than 2.50 tons Inaugurate a family tomb In a Berlin of material cenlotory. Tho tomb, which has boen All this UiU to bo brought up from erected to conunoiuorato tho ponornl s behind tho tw: cteam locomotive, two sons, shot down na aviators, and pushing tho rail cars forward as Includes provision for himself, cor-sis- as a section of track was spiked down, of plain stone with the name of and by two motor trucks, which haulLudondorff nnd tho family's motto, ed tho tics. "Fearloss and Fulthful." Tho monuTho last link of this railroad isn t ment is surmounted with a Gorman far from tho front, either. Tho gradspike helmet. ing dotails, working ahoad of Hi track-layincrew, were umhr llro But thoy were lucky; every tm Fritz dropped a bomb or shell nt FOR FLETCHER'S night In an effort to muss up tho now I author-aviatorack-layints FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. railroad It usually was right about thero to keep it in repair realized whoro tho grading detail was going what had happened. Tho way tho tanks turned, spinning to oxcavato anyway. Kvon tho Hun holpcd build the lino. around within their own lengMi, was what Interested tho doughboys chiefly. Tho powerful machines arc very "VAXKS SHOW INTKKKST IN MOIUU: liAjjjl) I'OltTS sensitive und can bo operated m thu narrowest and most difficult paths. With The American Army, Sept. 29 They can turn acutely by stopping or Nothing Interests tho American Voversiug tho catorplllor wheel and doughboys so much as tanks. Thoy going nheud on tho other Tho tunk pilots French youths, follow tho mobile land torts along ether the road, alwaySj ready to glvo a hand reculted voluntarily frjni oxplulned that If thoy get stuck; thoy congregate In brunches of tho army tho evening at tho tank "stables" and that was the best way to crush out assist the crews in bedding down tho resistance in German machine gun boasts and covering them with cum- - nests. They simply roll over in posioullago. Occasional)- - they got u chanco tion und then grlud round and round to tuko a rldo In ono, and thou thoy on it, suuashlng machine gun, crow uro tho ouvy of all their comrudos. and emplacement all nt once. Platoon and company commuudent Tho doughboys ran into u number of tho new small French tanks when received hundreds of requests fro.n they wont up with Gcuerul Magln's their men to be placed on th applicaarmy north of tho Alsne. In tho llttlo tion list for transfer to tin Amerlcuu towns In tho rear where thoy Tank Corps after tho doiighl,o? hud bivouacked awultlng tho tlmo when seon tho French tanks. thoy woro put Into tho lino thoy saw machines. much of tho wondorful When a tank liroko thru ono of the side railings ou u pontoon brldgo crossing tho rlvor a hundred doughFor Infants and Children boys sprung forward und helped t In Use For Over Years shift it back in place They had Always bears tho job dono und tho railing ieputr"l tho before the French marines who had Signature of built tho brldgo and were o1 duty CASTORlA 30 Children Cry CASTOR A g &a&$fM&k t IV frffl WHMBiMPlnBHVMMBIlWMIIPMiMBnA "S3 r J X 3 . MjVMy$Wl$V30, N Buying ur V, W jib M JLCa OF Firing Line I sacrifice of life itself. I 1 There is no sacrifice we can make which will compare with theirs. The least we can do is to see that our boys get everything they need to win this war, and get it quickly. Our boys on the firing line have given up home, family, job, day for the future. They have given up the eight-hou- r twenty-four-hoday. They have exchanged a good bed for 1 hey have traded a clean a crude bunk in a dug-ou-t. table and home cooking for bully beef and beans in a muddy trench. They are doing this that the folks at jKB'lctthc home may live in safety. Jr I w It is real sacrifice for our boys for many the supreme n 1 I The fourth call has come. Let's be good soldiers, too; let's show our boys that when they call we, too, can "go over the top" eagerly quickly cheerfully. JN uy Fourth Lm rty Wmsfi ond ? "Don't let the SON 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. :m , now and pay for as you go along will prove a splendid investment that will pay you a good interest every six months. After the war, the bonds will be worth more than you The forced saving you do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy paid for them. Don't hesitate to do your it quickly. duty and-do "Don't let the. SON go down." This page is patriotically donated by the following firms and business people of Fordsville: i HANK Ol' I'OltDSVIU.n J). AVIIiSON .V-- CO. 'HAS. SHOWN W. JOHNSON, mtl'ttGIST .OHD-iUM.. l'LAMXG MILL CO. . lilt. I. J. V. it. A. L. HALK j. O. (J. LANHAM .1. n. vKSTi:iti'ii:iii) A T. SMITH, .i. w. mooi:, Jit. sit. coim & itiniAitos i;.vn:itriKLU 1T1 i WALKUK HKATTV & ItlCllAItDS 1. H. KKOWN V. A. MATTIIKWS KST1LL IIOWAIU) UANDOLI'H SMITH ItlJV. It. L. IHtAMHJNlJLllt! AMHItUU.Y -- ... m:i:vi:s co.oim:ativi: asso- ciation .v htoxk. Malingers.