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I HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918, rnllroad has tho Thourout-Courtra- l almost been won. Numerous towns have been recaptured by tho allied forces and largo numbers of prisoners havo been taken. Many guns also havo fallen Into tho hands of tho Allies. Tho capturo of Thour-ocompletely outflanks tho German submarlno base at Ostcnd and brings the allied troops within ten miles of Unifies, whence tho railroad lino runs northward to Xcobruggo, Germany's baso on the North Sea. other (Yriiiuiis Itcportcd Retiring. Hcports aro to tho effect that tho Gormnns aro withdrawing what is left of their forces In the north, both naval and military. In Albania tho Italians have occupied tho Austrian naval baso of Durazzo, on the Adriatic, while in Serbia tho allied forces aro continuing to press tho enemy troops north of Nish. ut J ALLIES MARCHING ON IN CRUSHING WEIGHT WE HEAR THE RUSTLE OF A WING. After four long years of weary flight abovo tho mad deluge of war, that engulfed tho fairest fields of all the earth, tho dovo of pcaco circles nnxlously nbovo those fields of blood, awaiting a placo to rest from her weary flight and, listening, wo can hear tho rustlo of her wings. Is stealing, Over tho eastern hills the silvery light of tho peace-daw- n Prisoners And Guns Taken From The Fleeing Enemy. London, Oct. 15. The llrltlah second army fighting In Flanders Ims reached Lo Chat, on the rontl, ami tins captured the villa go of Ctillenghom and Ileulc. The Ilrltlsh have advanced to the outskirts of Courtrnl. was mado This announcenicnt shortly lcforo midnight hy tho War Olllce, which also corroborated tho Belgian and French successes In Courtrnl-Ingclmunst- Since tho morning of October 14, thq Allies hnvo taken 12,000 prisoners und more thnn ono hundred guns In adin the operations In Belgium. occupying Mcnln, tho Ilrltdition to lsh have entered Wcricq and aro standing on tho right bank of tho Lys. London. Oct. lfi. In the fighting In Flanders the British havo captured Mcnln, n railway center of great Importance about four miles northwest of Turcolng. London, Oct. 1G. The allied troops In Flanders uro now within less than railii mllo of the Courtral-Thouroroad. ut Flanders. OX A JAMBOREE. Doc. Pirtle, Fluko Tlnslcy, and Old Timer, sometimes called John Glenn, packed their fishing tackle and hunting .traps early Monday morning, loaded them on the houso boat Angler, wlndlassed anchor and steered tho craft for tho mouth of Grassy. Wo never heard that tho fish bit freer or thnt the squirrels barked louder at the mouth ot Grassy than elsewhere, but It is a lonely and deserted spot where one could use more sugar than the rules allow, if one could manage to get tho sugar. It is no doubt tho quiet Isolation and of tho placo that attracts Ooc, Fluko and Old Timer. Then It Is close to tho O. & N. railroad and In the event they got out of ammunition or fish bait one of them could steal quietly over to Owcnsboro and replenish tho stock. Wo wish the boys a hilarious time for this is tho last trip of tho kind they may ever take. By next October tho war will be over and changes will havo taken place In Uic fishing and hunt ing line. After next July the first It will never be what it has been, and Is now, again. rest-fulne- ss nnd tho womb of n day may bo delivered of tho monster of war. Wo would In tho hearts of a war-wor- n not prematurely kindle tho peaco-flre- s people, now that the tranquility of tho nations of the but there seems little doubt s ot tho Hun is consumed, earth Is at hand. The fuel that fed the nnd In hopeless dlspalr he Is crying for tho privilege of sitting down at tho footstool of his conquerors. Broken and worn nnd helpless, rudely awakened by tho Irreslstablo onslaught ot the might of outraged nations, from his mad dream of world dominion, the Hun sorrowfully comes to beg the poor privilege ot humbly sitting down at tho hearthstones of tho peoples he has no ruthlessly despoiled. Pcaco indeed has not been declared, nnd the toll of blood mny not havo been yet fully taken, but tho savages, who six hun dred years ago Issued from tho woods of Germany and conquered tho Roman Empire, have run their race, and tho might of mankind has been heavily laid upon tho Attilllan hordes. Tho victory is won, and henceforth Justice and mercy and right will regulate the rule ot men. hell-fire- tho teeth of tho orphan dog( by sending it whero the Kaiser ought GERMAN SWORD BROKEN to go. Definite ownership of tho other dog has not yet been established. AND EMPIRE CRUMBLING Tho Incident will no doubt result In, tho unceremonious taking off of night prowling canines in nnd' about tho vicinity of Hartford. Let tho good People Weary And Warwork go on. worn Force Leaders To m THE BOXD SALES. In tho matter of the Fourth Liberty Loan bond sale Ohio county has again shown It can bo depended upon In nn hour of tho country's need. Tho county's allotment was $256,-00and notwithstanding tho epi demic that prohibited all public meetings, about 90 per cent of the allotment has been sold, and by tomorrow night, when tho campaign closes, it is confidently believed tho entire amount will havo been taken. Tho sale In tho country, considered as a whole, has been disappointing, scarcely moro than half of' tho issue being taken, at our press hour. 0, The Wall. Tho latest nows to Issuo from tho crumbling Houso of tho Hohenzo- llorns presages an early peace. Tho noto Is now on the way that will open the final proceedings for surrender. The German military sword isr broken, tho national spirit no longer breathes defiance but bges for torms. Exhaustatlon of military supplies and desertatlon by her allies-leavetho Hun no road open but that of unconditional acceptance of the best terms the conquorcrs will offer. Penco now Is only a question of days, and October may bo the last month of tho war. London, Oct. 16, 6 p. in. Tho British foreign office statejl this evening that It had no official conflrm-natlo- n of the rumors that the German Emperor had abdicated, but that opinion In well formed circles was not disposed to1 reject these rumors. s XEW LAWSUITS FILED. GHEEP SKES DOUBLE. CONDITIONS OF CROPS. A number of suits have been filRev. Walter Green reports an exed In Circuit Court recently. Among perience at Nortonville, recently, that The fortunato event of a late fall them wo note tho suit of Ophelia Har would bo lncrcdlblo If told by ono allowed the crops to mature, and er Havre, Oct. IB. The French and Belgian troops in Flanders have captured 7,000 Germans and taken eighty guns, according to tho olllclal communication issued by the Belgian War Belgian and French Offlco cavalry Is advancing on Llchtervoldo, between Thourout and Roulers, having crossed the, railroad. Tho lino has railway French and reached by the been British. Kntentu forces In Belgium and France continue successfully to In drive tho enomy before them. Belgian Flanders tho advanco Is somewhat rapid, but on all tho sectors In France tho Germnns are fighting with desperation to hold back their foes. The great wedge that Is being drivand British en by tho Belgian, troops In Flanders now French threatens seriously tho tenure by tho enemy of many positions in North Belgium from the Lys HIvcr to tho sea. Including his submarlno and other bases along tho coast, while to the south tho Lille salient gradually Is bolng enmeshed and doubtless mioii will receive attention from tho pincers, which aro being oiled for tho task of reclaiming this important tract of territory as far ns Valenciennes for France. Meanwhile the French and American forces aro struggling valiently forward In their drive northward from the Champagne region Into tho country over which tho Germans must effect a retirement to their own border In tho evont of a final debacle. As has been tho caso nlwnys since tho offensive began, tho Germans aro vigorously defending tlielr positions, deusing Innumerable machlno-gu- n in endeavors to hold their tachments Particularly vicious aro ground. The conduct of Its ing of tho Jail Is mado of modem prison steol and tho man unfortunate enough to get locked up In It will find his way out only when tho Jailer .liberates him with a key. Tho Fiscal court deserves credit for the improvement to the county pridate son. up-to- Hartley Park files a petition askprint ing the court to review and set aside By tho time this notlco is In the act of the minister who united the Ohio county Jnil will bo ready her in bonds of marriage with Herprisoners. The for tho reception of man Park April 26, 1918. Hartley steel caging has been put in placo alleges that on account ot cruel adjustments arc being and tho other treatment nnd a settled aversion torapidly completed. It is duo to say of ward on the part of her husband tho criminally Inclined, if we have she was forced to leave him after onany such citizens, that they have been married ot patient and forbearing during the ly five months ono bllssless dollars thousand life. She asks long interval in which tho jail has of her husband as the price ot being been going through a process of rewidowed. pairs. It is a good showing for the Mary Helen Albln also asks a jucounty thnt tho jail may remain empthe Is a bit dicial decree freeing her from ty for months at a time. It bonds of marriage with Everett Alhard on tho Jailer, but economy for bln. Sho alleges her marriage octho county, nnd speaks well for the curred November 27, 191C, rind that citizens. The now cell on account of tho spoiled temper of READY FOB CRIMINALS. ris, administratrix of the estate of F E. Harris, deceased, against tho Rcn-dCoal Company for $20,000, on account ot tho death of tho decedent, resulting, it is alleged, from impure nir in the mine where the young man was employed in digging coal. Morgan Patterson, H. T. Felix and F. L. Felix have filed suit against C. of C. Mack asking the cancellation oil leases on lands In tho Olaton community. They set out thnt the deof fendant agreed in consideration lease rights to begin the drilling of a well for oil and gas, within a prescribed time, and that he has failed and refused to keep said agreement. Llllle Havener files suit asking Judgment against Archlo C. Condlt as heart balm for wounds inflicted by the failure of Archlo to marry her ac cording to contract, duly mado and entered into prior to October 14, 1917. Being an Infant under twenty-one years of age the young lady sues by her father as next friend. whoso conduct was not above suspicion so far ns Indulging in joy water is concerned. Brother Greep says he espied a gentleman sitting in the waiting room at the depot who ho was sure was tho editor ot this paper, and approached him with outstretched hand. The gentleman approached failed to respond warmly the familiar approach, and while still marking the marked resemblance to our unworthy self, Greep apologized, with the explanation that he thought he was addressing Mr. Thomas. "That's my name" the gentleman politely replied, whereupon Mr. Greep asked If he might Inquire his first name. "Certainly sir," was the reply, "My full name is J. H. Thomas, and If it will In any way gratify your curiosity I may add the J. H. stands for John Henry." Creep did not acknowledge that he collapsed on the spot, but confessed he was bumtuz-zleHe later learn'ed that the gentleman who has appropriated our full name and dares to resemble us with all our humble homeliness, Is a traveling njan who lives at Kevil, Ky. The John Henry Thomases aro getting a bit too numerous anyway. This Kevll namesake is a now one to me, but I don't care so much about him. as ho Is not In the newspaper business. But there aro two others, who are editing Kentucky nowspapers, ono at Liberty, In Casey county, and ono at Bardstown. The three of us in the newspaper game are related to each other, though thore is no clement of kinship politically between us and the other two. d. frost at this time would cause only trifling damage. The tobacco Is all In tho barns, und curing nicely. Corn, except an occasional very lato planting, where maturity for cribbing was not expected, is out of danger. Peas and beans stored without damnge from rains, and wore never put in storage in better condition. The wheat is practically all In tho ground, and tho farmers, yielding to the urging of the government to feed tho world, have sown sixty .per cent larger acreage than was ever sown In the county before. BEATS THE BEATER. we have seen It is tho common garden variety and weighs nearly fourteen pounds. Mrs. Thad Barnard, of Route 2, sent to this of lice Saturday the largest garden beet wo havo ever seen. It is a blood red turnip beet, perfectly formed and would make more than a gallon ot flno pickles. After the public has had a chance at the beet show now In our window we are going to send it by parcel post to the madam and the kids In Louis ville. London, Oct. 16, 6:03 p. m. Renter's Limited learns that the German reply to President Wilson Is expected to be communicated immediately and that it Is likely to constitute a general acceptance of the Presidents conditions. London, Oct., 16 6:12 p. m. Tho German reply to President Wilson's latest noto will probably bo sent today according to .news received hero through diplomatic channels from. Holland. It Is expected that the reply will bo an acceptance of President Wilson's terms with some stipulation to the effect that tho interests of the German people must be respected. Amsterdam, Oct. 16 The Nicuwo Rotterdamscbe Courant today issued a special edition giving the report that Germany had capitulated and. that Emperor William had abdicated. Amsterdam, Oct. 16, A movement 4 It beats anything in beets. NOTHING IX SIGHT. - REAL PATRIOTISM. At least two Ohio county citizens havo .demonstrated tho earnestness of their patriotism. Mr. Rowan Cox, of Hoflln, Is not only tho largest In dividual bond buyer in tho county, but having a wlfo and children, ho bus waived all classification claims, nnd oxpresses his anxiety to share with those already in tho service tho burdshlps and dangers of the field. Mr. Dud Gray, of near Hartford, Is a poor as tho avorago nowspaper editor, and notwithstanding he has a wlfo and children wholly depondent u non him for support, refused to claim deferred classification, und an nounces ready to perform tho highest posslblo duty to his country. Such to examples of unselfish devotion country command tho highest notions of gratltudo nt tho hands of tho peo e.tst and west of tho Mouse, whoro tho entire enemy front Is threatened with Immodlato collapso should Gen. Llggott's mou crash through tho lino for material gains. Meet With Success. Novortholcss, both tho Amorlcans and tho French aro demanding that their arms bo served, and on various hectors thoy are meeting with success. In the Romngno sector further gains havo been mado by the Americans in tho faco of terrific artiro and tho tillery und machine-gu- n and greut system natural defenses of wlro entanglements which had to n bo negotiated. Bad weather has fall-ovor tho sector, and tho ulrmen havo boon unablo to glvo their usual brilliant assistance to tho maneuvers. To tho wost tho French uro slowly closing In upon Bethel on their way to Mezlores. being only two nillos distant from tho town. West of Grand Pro thoy havo effected further crossings of tho Alsno. About 800 Gormans wero made prlsonor in this lighting. In Flaudors tho British havo tak-tho important railway center of Thourout has fallen, ami ".Menin. m the counter thrusts thnt tho Americans aro being compelled to sustain ple RAX WILL COSTINUK, Bowling Green, Ky., Oct. 1C. Tho ban on theaters, churches and nil public assemblies, owing to tho influenza epidemic, will not bo lift ed Sunday or Monday, according to announcement of Dr. J. N. McCor-inac- k, secretary ot tho State Board of Health. Bowling "Excopt In Louisville, Green and a few cities where tho epidemic started early, tho condition y than yesterIs moro sorious day. It will not bo posslblo to loos-o- n to-da- restrictions." her other halt she was forced to leave "Nothing In sight," Is the way the his bed and board six months later. County Superintendent put it when wo asked him about school money to ay tho teachers. It is doplorablo SOLDIER HIKTOllY. that a great State can not command The State Council of Defenso Is money enough to pay tho teachers of undertaking the very commendable our public schools. The condition is task of making a permanent record a crying disgrace to tho legislative of tho military service ot every man and cxecutlvo branches of tho State Tho school teachers lit tho army. This record will begin government. with tho day tho soldier leaves homo aro tho poorest paid, oven when they to answer tho call, or to volunteer, aro paid, ot all the State's employes. for sorvlce. His locations, his move- Tho Governor Is recolvlng his pay ments, his promotions and any other very regularly, those who are holdfacts that go to covor his military ing political Jobs aro recolvlng theirs, history. This work will bo done by but tho niggardly sum duo the school using tho county as a working unit. teachers can not bo raised. There Is Each county will havo Its own local nothing to toll the teachers beyond historian for tho purposo of assem- tho opening sentenco of this artlclo. bling tho facts wanted. Miss Lettle Tho Superintendent must wait on tho Marks, ot Hartford, has been appoint- pleasure of Frankfort. ed historian for this county, and nt DEPREDATING DOGS. once will enter wholeheartedly Into tho work'. Tho family and friends of every soldlor in whatover branch of Tho good namo of tho dog family tho service aro urged to get Into had a serious setback in Hartford communication with Miss Marks and this week, and all on account of a of to supply hor with nil tho information couple of roughneck members available for tho prosecution of hor tho family who committed serious deprcdutlons on tlio chicken yards ot work. tho vlscinago. Monday night two small dogs killA HU.VS HEAD PIECE. ed ten chickens and crippled u numIn a window ot Fuir & Co's store ber of others for Mr. Bud Yelsor. thore is a grim reminder of tho hor- - Previously theso or other dogs had riblo tragedy going on ucross tho killed a number ot Commonwealth's UlnnMn It la n f!nrmnil nfllpor's Attornoy C. E. Smith's chickens. Mr. heliuot, or metal covering for the Yeiser caught ono ot the dags and head, to protect tho wearer against barreled him up while ho came to sword attacks, and ns soino protec- consult tho court in regard to tho tion against shell fragments and bul disposition of tho dog und filed n lets. It Is probablo that tho once claim against tho dog ownor for damnroud wearer of' this helmet is where ages. The court appointed appraisho needs an asbestos bhroud rather ers to assess the valuo of tho chickhelmet. Tho ens killed, but no body would acthan a sword-proo- f trophy was sent homo by Clyde Haw knowledge ownership ot tho guilty kins, whoso homo is near Bolls Run, canto. Later Mr. Yelsor Insured tho but who is now capturing German sundry und divers ot chicken owners ot Hartford against futuro loss at bolmcts in Franco. parcel parcel, bring tho Christmas label which ho has 3ent you, together with articles to bo sent, to the Red Cross headquarters, In Hartford, sometime between tho 1st and 10th of November. Thero you will be provided with a carton In which you can mall your parcel taking caro to keep the total weight under three pounds leave the parcel thore, where it will bo inspected, wrapped and mailed. If you can not bring your parcel to tho Red Cross in person, send or mnil it to E. E. Blrkhead, postmaster, Hartford, Ky., together with parcel label, tho address ot soldier and twenty cents for postage Such par-co- ls will havo tho very careful attention ot a committeo selected for that purposo. The Red Cross has been entrusted with this work, and hopes that every soldier from Ohio county, now overseas, will receive a Christmas gift from tho loved ones at home, through tho careful mailing of tho committee appointed for this purpose. Through this cominitteo is tho only suro way to get a' Christmas gift to your boy can'bo observed in the German capital, says a dispatch from Berlin to XOTICE TO PARENTS bring about a cessation ot OF SOLDIERS OVERSEAS Tijd, to the submarine war as the result ot to President Wilson's noto. If you have a son overseas you wish to send a Christinas whom Commenting on Vos-slsc- Amsterdam, Oct. 16 President Wilson's reply to the German peace offer the Berlin Zcltung asks: "What guarentees does President Wilson offer that military superiority will not be utilized afterward by his nllles In a manner opposed to tho principles of justice and conciliation? "It appears that we are at a stage when it Is still possible to warn tho enemy that in the history of tha world It has often been proven a mistake to drlvo a strong nation, which In order not to venture its all offered, its hand In peace, into summoning all its slumbering forces to tho national ho The Frankfort Zeltung says: "President Wilson's reply cannot bo said to mark an advanco on tho path of peace. On the contrary, another spirit speaks in the note. Tho and Loyd spirit of Clomenceau George mnkes its presence' felt and. causes doubt to arise whether tho path can lead to tho goal." London, Oct. 1G It Is expected, that tho German Imperial Chancellor will make a dlclslon today on tho matters contalneft in President Wil son's latest noto, says a dispatch from battle." "over thore." OCTOBER WEDDIXGS. 6, to 4 Allon P. Ralph, 19. Hartford, Routo Gertrude Taylor 30, Hurtford, Routo 6. Ray Wright, 20, Fordsvllle, to Edna Truman, 19, Fordsvillo. Zlbo Rhoads, 27, Dartlett.'to Mary Greor, IS, Bartlott. Paul D. Shrove, 29, Falls ot Rough, to Blrdlo Peyton, 32, Shrove. Tho parties to this marriage woro each divorced. Harlan Lotsuro, 17, Olaton, to Tina York, 19, Olaton. London, Oct. 16. President WilEdgar Barnard, 2G, Beaver Dam, son's reply to tho German peace noto to Eva Butler, 22, Fordsylllo. Improduced "a most unfavorable Sheriff Bratchor reports tax col pression" in Berlin, says a Central lections unusually good for this sen-so- n Nows dispatch from Amsterdam toot tho year, but says ho and his day. The publication of tho reply, it Industrious deputy, Mr. Cicero Crow ded, could wrlto a tow moro tax re adds, was followed by a panic iu ceipts every day If tho crowds 6f tax- Borlln banking circles and ou U Stock Exchange. payers grow larger. Copenhagen to tho Exchange Telegraph Company. Tho German nowspapers point out, tho message adds, that President Wilson's noto had tho effect ot a cold doucho on tho hopes for peaco engendered by his first note. Somo of the newspapers comment on the note in tho sharpest terms and' with unbridled words, adding that tho "Language of President Wilson now has become excited after tho conferences ho has had with tho Allies." Ek m I WTli ffiTf k p qWT'HWTiP' pursuing n courso of wanton destruc- TIIK OVKKTIIItOW tion which has always boon regarded OF KAlHLItlSM as in direct violation of the rules and practices of civilized war faro. (lly Dr. K. L. Powell.) "It Is an follows: 'Tho destruction Slnco the churches are closed on ot ovory nrbltrary power nnywhoro Hint can separately, secretly nnd of account of tho Iiillueii7a epidemic wo our wcok History Making Notes To tion. Tho present German govern- nnd economic Independence and ter- Its slnglo cholco disturb tho pcaco nro offering I)r. K.readers this pastor a sermon by L, Powell, re- ritorial integrity should be guaranof tho world; or, If It can not bo presment, which has undertaken tho Live In Files Of church, of ently destroyed, at least Its reduc- of tho First Chrlctlnu sponsibility for this step toward teed by International covenant. Louisville. Tho sermon whs prepared Nations. association tion to Impotcncy.' by conferences Fourteenth General pcaco has been formed by the distinguished preacher for the "Tho power which has hitherto and In agreoment with tho great ma- of nations must bo formed under Itelclistag The Chan- specific covenants for tho purpose of controlled tho German nation Is of use of tho newspapers, at the tlmo jority of tho when tho unfortunate epidemic pro- October 0 marks tlio beginning of cellor, supported In all his actions by affording mutual guarantees of po- the sort hero described. It Is with- vents tlio public nttenillng church. Dr. Mrs. F. M. Jones, of majority, speaks In litical independence and territorial in tho cholco of tho German nation n series of diplomatic correspondence the will tl this Powell Is one of the very nblest Palmer, Okla., utiles: Central Towers and the the nnmo of the German government Integrity to great nnd small tinted to alter It. The President's words preachers In the stnto Tho sermon between tlio "From the time I enalike. just quoted, naturally constitute a Allies thnt will live In the archives and of tho German people. Is In no especial sonso denominational tered Into womanhood (Signed) SOLF. condition precedent to peace, If peace as long as history Is read. of nations I looked with dread Is to conic by tho action of the Gor- but deals with a question of tlmoly anMonday President "Stnto Secretary of Foreign Office, Wilson The correspondence opens with a Importance. The writer had the pleafrom one month lo the man peoplo thomselves. "Trnnsocean Uerlln." nounced his reply to tho second noto from Maximilian to President next. I suffered with my "The President feels bound to say sure of meeting Dr. Powell while on note, In tho following text. Wilson, proposing that the American back and bearing-dow- n process of 'pcaco will. a recent visit to Louisville, and was that tho whole Peace Tonn. President tako the Inlnthe In the Tot Of Koply. very favorably Impressed with his pain, until life to mc was In his Judgement depend upon the condi bringing about conditions Tho President's fourteen matter of The text of the President's annnd a misery. I would think deflnltencss and tho satisfactory ctiltiiro text ability of peace. Tho Chancellor's note was in tions of peace as stated In a speech swer follows. The is found In Luko, x, 1 could not endure the character of the guarantees which January 8, last, and before Congress terms as follows: ho said unto tin in I beheld Sa "Tho unqualified ncccptnnce by can be given In this fundamental pain any longer, and I "The German Government requests which tho German Minister uncon- the present German Government gradually got worse. . . matter. It is Indispensable that tho tan fallen as lightning from heaven." tho President of tho United States ditionally nccepts are: This Is a most remarkablo utter-- 1 Nothing seemed to help and by a large majority of the Governments associated against GerFirst Open covenants of peace, Holchstag of the terms laid down by to take In hand tho restoration of ance. Jesus Is speaking to the seven-- 1 mc until, one day, . . . many should know beyond a perad- peace, acquaint all the belligerent openly arrived at, after which there 1 decided to tho President of the United States of venture with whom they are dealing ty whom Ho had sent forth to ex-- ! states of this request and Invito them shall be no private international un- America In his address to the Contend His ministry and to whom Hoi "The President will make a supar-at- e hud given power to send plenipotentiaries for tho pur- derstandings of any kind, but diplo gress of over unclean spirits the United States on tho Sth reply to the Itoyal and Imperial macy shall proceed always frankly pose of opening negotiations. They are returning, and In giving of January, 191S, and In his subse- Government ot Austria-Hungary"It accepts the program set forth and In the public view. quent addresses, justifies the Presi"Accept, sir, the renewed assur- their reports nrc exultant that even by tho President of the United States Second Absolute freedom of navtho spirits were subject to them Jedent in making a frank and direct ances of my high consideration In his message to congress on Jan- igation upon the seas, outsldo terrisus does not minimize their achieve.statement of his decision with regard (Signed) KOIIKIIT LANSING. uary 8 and In his Inter pronounce- torial waters, alike In peace and in to ments In tho conquest of mil spirits, the communications of the German ".Mr. Frederick Oederlln. Chargo ments, especially his speech of Sep- war, except as the seas may be closed Government of the Sth nnd 12th of d'Affalres, ad interim, in charge of but In the text declares that what tember 27, as a basis for peace ne- In whole or In part by international October, 1918." they have done on a small scale Is German interests In the United gotiations. action for the enforcement of interna but prophecy of tho complete ami Ural He teeis comment he can States." that "With a view to avoiding futlher tional covenants. overthrow of Satan It Is as though safely assume will also be bloodshed the German Government Third The removal, so far as poi- - the Judgement that this Ho had said, "Your victories over evil and dicislon of the Sincere Gratitude. requests the Immediate conclusion of slble. of all economic barriers and are deserving of coinmonifatlon, but In the establishment of an equalltyof Allied Governments. Cities and vilLogans-port- , Hell, Mrs. William an armistice on land and water and " I took four bottles," such victories are but anticipatory of lages if not destroyed are being stripIntl., writes: "I deem It niv duty to tllO destruction of S.itnn hlms.'lf In trade conditions among all nations ped of all they contain not the nlr." Mrs. Jones goes on to onl, but express my gratitude for the IWI j your It Is announced that Turkey will and consenting to the peace and as often of their very say, "and was not only smaller work- - preliminary and Inhabitants. sociating themselves for ltd maintenChamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea ,ilUclpator- y-I beheld Satan as tako a similar -- i.ep. greatly relieved, but can Is also "The President feels that It did me when I had a severe jn,,,K fnlen from ,u.UVllM .. The German peace note produced ance. truthfully say that I have his duty to add that neither tho Gova profound sensation throughout the Fourth Adequate guarantees giv- ernment of the United States, nor, attacK or (tiarriioea three years ago Only one possessed of a not a pain. . . world, but there was a disposition en and taken that national armaIt was the only medicine that reliev" It lias now been two such as Jesus had could thus he Is quite sure, the Governments In many quarters to doubt Hun sin- ments will be reduced to the lowest m quietly and calmly announce ed me " years since I tookCardul, the cor-- 1 J with which the United States Is ascerity. In order to avoid possible point consistent with domestic safeand I am still in good nun ami complete destruction or tlio sociated as a belligerent will consent misunderstanding the President then ty. health. . . I would adkingdom of Satan It is the language to consider an armistice so long as HOLDING ItONDS COMKS dispatched the following pointed and Fifth A free, vise any woman or girl ot one who Is conscious that he bus . Ni:.T IX l.MPOKTAM'i: questions to the German government: absolutely impartial adjustments of the armed forces of Germany con to use Cardul who is a his baud on all the resources and tinue the illegal nnd inhuman prac Sir: I have the honor to acknowl- nil colonial claims, based upon a sufferer from any female (Liberty Hell) agencies of the universe which he can tices which they still persist In. edge, on behnlf of the President, strict observance of the principle that trouble." St. Louis bankers and members of In his own way and time employ "The nations associated against your note of October Gth, Inclosing in determining all such questions of If yousulfcrpaincauscd the Liberty Loan Organization are effectively for the accotiipllplinient of Germany can not be expected to the communication from the German sovereignty the interests of the pop- agree to a from womanly trouble, or cessation of arms while emphasizing in the present drive the this mighty end. There is till regal Government to the President; and I ulations concerned must have equal if you feel the need of a In the acts of Inhumanlt.v, spoliation and value of Liberty Ilnnds as a perma- - lonsclousness in our text am instructed by the President to weight with the equitable claim of good strengthening tonic nent Investment Second only In Im- -j thought of Jesus the victory was imrequest you to make the following 'the government whoe title is to bo desolation are being contnued wheh portance to purchasing bonds is hold- - read one Not unmindful was He of to build up yourrun-dow- n they justly look upon with horror communication to the Imperial Ge'r- -, determined. system, take the advice ng on to them. To buy bonds with the! nil the battle and blood which must and with burning hearts man Chancellor: Sixth The evacuation of all Uus- of Mrs. Jones. Try CarIt is necessary, also, in order that view of simply fulfilling a patriotic j come between the present and Iiefore making reply to the request t slan territory and such a settlement dul. It helped licr. Wc then selling them Is poor plate overthrow of the Satanic In may be no possibility of mis of the Imperial German Government. j0f all questions affecting itusla as there believe it will help you. and defeats the principal man hearts and human clvllntlon understanding that the President and In order that that reply shall be will secure the best and freest coeconomic benefit which a national i We need to hearten ourselves at very solemnly call tho attenI as candid and straightforward as operation of the other nations of the should loan Is supposed to effect this moment with this mighty assur-- i All momentous Interests Involved re- world in obtaining for her an un- tion of the Government of Germany the It can be readily seen b even an ance of Jesus. There Is In the Imagery to the language and plain Intent of J.63 fa quire, the President of tho United hampered and unembarrassed opporone of the terms of peace which the amateur in finance that bu Ing Llbor-- i of the text the Implication that tho States deems it necessary to assure tunity for the independent determinty bonds and sbortl afterwards sell-- 1 moithrow of the Satanic will be' himself ot the exact meaning of the ation of her own political develop- German Government has now ac- Ing them Is not helping the Govern-jqulcvivid, thorough, and like the cepted It it contained in the address note of the Imperial Chancellor. Does ment and national policy and assure of the President delivered at .Mount much. The person who buys your lightning, from pole to pole. There tho Imp'erial Chancellor mean that her of a sincere welcome into the so" bond second-han- d would prnbuhlv may bo long jears and centuries of the Imperial German Government ac- ciety of free nations under institu- Vernon on the 4th of July last have purchased one direct, so that preparation for the overthrow of termination of this monstrous dlabol-"It must be clearly understood that cepts the terms laid down by the tions of her own choosing: and. more hen you dispose or a bond you ellml- - some collossal evil, but when the pun- - Ism shall havo been achieved Peace process of evacuation and the Pie.ddent In his address to the Con- than a welcome, assistance also of the nate a possible subscriber to a new isiuuent finally falls. It Is as the light-- 1 without victory complete nnd overgress of the United States on the Sth every kind that she may need and condition-- of an armistice are mat issue i 11 111 tr from heaven vlviil. milcK- - itnil ivvheliiiini In linnnssllile: In this ilnnlh of January last and in subsequent may herself desire. The tieatment ters which must bo left to the judg The United States Government complete. grapple either tho democracy of free addresses, and that its object In en- accorded Russia by her sister nation.--, ment and advice of the military ad- wants vour money for at least the! Empires which have defied tho laws souls or diabolical autocracy must visers of the Nnited States and the tering into discussions would be only in the months to come will be the duration of the war. and until the 'of God and humanity do not gradually conquer There can bo no half-wa- y to agree upon the practical details of acid test ot their good will, of their Allied Governments, and the Presi- last ot tho public loans has been crumble: history would rather do-- 1 house between victory and defeat; dent feels it his duty to say that no their application? comprehension of her needs as disarrangement can be accepted by the mndo for winning complete and linnljclaro that empires crash to their: God's lightning makes no compro-victor- y The President feels bound to say tinguished from their own interest. When the war Is over. It doom There comes the psychological inlses enters Into no negotiations; of tho United States with regard to the suggestion of an and of their intelligent and uuselt'Lbh Government 's wrath which Is his mornl which doei not provide absolutely matters less what disposition holders moment when out of the black armistice that he would not feel at sympathy. against wlcknednoss when satisfactory safeguards and guaran- make of their securities. The Govern- - ering clouds of God's wrath there liberty to propose a cessation of arms I Seventh Ilclgium. the whole tees of maintenance of tho present ment then will not be a barrower In i.sues the flash of lightning which once It breaks forth from his heaven to the Governments with which the world will agree, must be evacuated supremacy of the armies of the present senso. and Its bunds will strikes down the huge and monstrous i does not ask tho offenders against Government of the United States is and restored, without an attempts military the fills Justlco nnd righteousness any the United States and the Allies In enter Hie general classification of In- - orgunked Iniquity. Kalserlsni associated against the Central Pow- to limit the sovereignty which she I vestments. present huge Incarnation of nil that .speech or suggestion; the terrible the field. ers so long as the armies of those enjoys in common with all other free The great mass of Intelligent eltl-'l- s Satanic in despotic government Is work when once begun Is never hnlt-ze"At the very time that the Gerpowers are upon their own soil. The nations. No other single act will seem well to understand and ap. Just now on the brink of the precipice led this side tho completion of the man Government approaches the Govgood faith of any discussion would serve as this will serve to restore conpredate this feature of the Ion Ifieiu which It Is to be immediately j terrible task; God's lightning Is never manifestly depend upon the consent fidence among tho nations in the laws ernment of the United States with doubt of this Is lett by the relatively hurled to Us doom. There shall bo drawn back into Its heavens proposals of peace, Its submarines of the Central Powers Immediately which they themselves havo j,et and "He has loosened the fateful lightare engaged In sinking passenger few trniibfera of Liberty Itonds In 'lor Kalserlsni at the right moment, to withdraw their forces everywhere determined for the government of .ships at 4 .ul not the ships alone the open market, when tho vast size! the quick complete and .vivid ilown-o- f ning of his terrible swift sword. Ills from Invaded toiritory. their relations with one another the Issues is considered. An enor- - fall, truth is marching on." The President alto feels that he Is Without this healing act the whole but the it, boats In which their pas- nious majority of holders are cling-- 1 Thero is a marvelous description in Tho victory must bo complete; senger and crew-- seek to niake their In asking whether the Im- structure and validity of Internation instilled way to safety; and In their present Ing to their bonds, and doubtless will the book of Isaiah expressive of the there are only three alternatives: de perial Chancellor Is speaking meroly al law is forever impaired. Inevitable and adeqiiato punishment feat which means unspeakablu ca- enforced withdrawal from Flanders continue to do so Indefinitely. Eighth All for tho constituted authorities of the French territory will Do a au I rauce the German armies are andit something matter of great pride of the Kalhor. it Is found In the Hth himlty; baro victory, which means empire who havo so far conducted the should be freed and tho invaded por to properly boast of 'chapter of Isaiah, and Is as follows: preparation for another war, or war, Ho deems tho answer to theso tions restored, and tho wrong done in .vears to romo for Individuals and "Hell frtini beneath Is moved for complete and absolute questions vital from every point of to France by Prussia In 1871 in the families to own the original Liboity thee to meet thee at thy coining; It which alone would be wot thy the reviow. mnttor of which has Ilonds which they acquired during stlrreth up tho dead for thee, even sources of God and righteousness at AVOID Accept, sir, the renewed assurances unsettled tho peace of the world for the initial sales of tho several issues all tho ehler ones ot tho earth; It oui t'omiiiiuid As our Lord did not of my high consideration. nearly SO years, should be righted, Next to tho evidence of honors vvouhnth raised up from their thiontiH all doubt the adequacy of righteousness UOISKHT LANSING in ordor that peace may once iiinro in the field, there can bo no better kings of tho nations: thy pomp Is to deal 'with all the world forces of bo made bccuro In the interest of all badge of truo patriotism and Aiuori- - brought down to hell and tho nolxe evil of his own day. so we must share Tho roply to the President's noto, Ninth A readjustment ot the froncanlbin than proof of helping the Na- -, ot thy viols, the worm Is spread vision, and say, with him us lueoived Saturday night, appears to tiers of Italy should bo effected along financially to win tho war. jder thee and worms cover thee, howJHpeiis the present war, "Wo beheld Hie way for a speedy and final clearly recognizable linen of nationclear And In addition to the patriotic nrt thou fallen from heaven, O Huluii as lightening falls down from ending of the war Tho German Chan-cull- ality. Told by Mrs. Lynch From feature tho material sldo Is ti. be star, sou of the morning! How day heaven." art ninkos clear the questions upTenth Tho peoples of Austria- considered. .No parent can bequentli ' thou cut down to the ground w tilth Own Experience. on which the President was In doubt .... ... . .. n angaria, wnose place among na.. itii.r.. ..ill..-- ii.ttnl nun ... HnH iiiuui..t '.It. I... 1.. .. iiilft .1.-i..u,u imimuiiiiai .....I niiiui I..I. lilt) liailOlls: AIKI IIIOU1 iiiiiNi my and aecopts In fact unconditional tions wo wish to seo safeguarded ami We buy old FALSE TEETH Providence, R. I. "I was all run tuiico to children than wealth 111 Gov- -' saldst In thine heart, will ascend hiu lender. Note tho Chancellor omits assured, should bo accorded tho freest down in health, was nervous, had head eminent bonds, and no corporation into heaven: I will We pay from ?2.00 to $3G,00 per exalt niv throne aches, my back could possible havo Its surplus In an labove the blurs of God, nil reference to tho Kmperor and tho opportunity of autonomous developand I will sit set (broken or not). Wo also pay ached all the time. Imperial Government, and assume;! ment. I was tired and had Investment half as good. Tho tomptii-.upo- n the mount of the congregation i actual value for Diamonds, old Gold. to speak for tho German people. Uloventh Uoumanla, Kervia and no ambition for any- tlon may arise to soil your bonds, but i In the uttermost parts of the north; hllvor ! Hrldgo-worSend at thing. I had taken the part or bound financial policy und ,1 will Tho text of Chancellor Maxim- Moutoucgio should be evacuated; uscend above the clouds, I will onco by parcel post and recelvo cash a number of medi- patriotism Is to ilian's roply follows. occupied territories restored; Servlu bold them always. bo like the .Most High. Yet thou shalt by return mall. MAZKIt'S TOOTH cines whicli did mo "In roply to the questions of the accorded free unit secure access to no good. Ono day be brought down to hell, to the utter- - SI'KflALTV, Dopt. X, L'007 So. nth Prosidont of tho United States of tho sea and tho relations of tho sov-en- d 1 read about Lydia St., Philadelphia, Pu. All who havo torpid liver, wonk ill- - most parts of the pit!" Iltl2 E. Pinkham's Vege- gestlon or constipated bowels look ltalkitu states to one another dethe Gorman Government . Auieiica, There Is no escape from the inevitable Compound and l" hereby declares: termined by friendly counsel along If your child starts In Us sloop, whatithad done for out for chills. Tho season Is here and table; the Satan of our modern world "Tho German government has ac- hlsloilcilly established Hues of allewomen, so I tried the air Is full of the disease germs Is doomed, the lightning bolt may fall grinds Its teeth while sleeping, ph-kcepted the terms laid down by Presi- giance and economic nationality; and it. My nervousness The best thing to do is to get your Immediately on this colossus despot; at the noso, has a bad breath, fickle and backnrhn nnil liver In good condition and puriry the It may bo tho news dent Wilson In his addresses on tho International guarantees of the poof tomorrow; ho appetite, palo complexion, and durk I gained in foundation of a permanent peace of litical and economic Independence Iieadnche8 disappeared. stomach and bowels. Horblno Is the will go down never to rise ugaln; his rlngs under tho eves; It has weight and feel tine, so I can honestly worms; Justice. Consequently its object in en- and territorial Integrity of the sev- recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- right remedy, It answers the purpose name with that of Nero will bo em- und us long as thoy roiutiin In the, intering Into discussions would bo only eral states should bu elites cd into table Compound to any woman who is completely, l'rlco COc. Sold by Ohio balmed In eternal Infuniy. ('oncom- testines, that child will bo sickly. Twelfth The Turkish portions of Buttering na I was." Mrs. Adeline B. Drug Co. to agree upon practical details of tho m ing the Imperial crown and him who White's Crouiu Vernilfugo cleurs out Lynch, 100 Plain St., Providence, U.I. application oT those terms. The Gor- tlio present Ottoman empire should 4 wears It, It cuu bo said at this very tho worms, strengthens the Backache nnd nervousness stomach man government bullevus that the bo assuied a secure sovereignty, but toms or nature's warnings, are sympmoment; which inand bowels and puts 'the little one cm governments of the powers associated the other nationalities which are dicate a functional disturbance or an (lo throw tho worthless b.iublo by the load to health and cheerfulness. with the government of tho United now under Turkish rule should ho unhealthy condition which often develWhich worn by thee e'en sluvos Price IIOc per bottle. Sold ops into a more serious ailment. by Ohio position taken by assured uu undoubted uocuilty Stilton also tako the of contemn, For Infants' and Children Women 1'iug in, not hi In ills uddioiw. lite and uu absolutely iiiuiioIbsUmI op. continue toin this condition should but I'rutfidtmt Wili-ot drujj And lent ii like better men to tile. help, government in Years portunlty of uutonoinous profit by Mrs. Lynch a experience, and In Use For Over "Tlio developKulsorlsm In whatever nation or with the Aimtio. Hungarian ment nnil the Dardnnollud should bu try this famous root and herb remedy, Always bears --bolt It bus found luotngu iii'uut bo utivoruiuunt forjlis puipoio of bilng- - peimitueutly opened us a free passage Lydia E. Pinkham's Vepetublo Comexterminated; tho war can not stop, pound and for special advice write to Signature of C&&Z7&&&te FOR FLETCHER'S Uig about uu unuUtleo, tleulurea it- - j to the hip and coinuiuioe of all na Lydia E.Pmkhan:Mi.J.Jo., Lynn, Mass. cost what it may, until thorough ex- - PEACE PARLEY STARTS self ready to comply with tho propo- tlons under International guarantees. Thirteenth An Independent Polsitions of tho President In regard to evacuation. Tho German government ish statu should be erected which TO END GREAT WAR suggosts that tho President may oc should Includo tho territories Inhabcasion the meeting of a mixed com- ited by Indisputably I'ollali peoples, mission for making tho necessary ar- which should bo assumed a free acrangements concerning tho evacua- cess to tho flea, niid whose political Life Was a Misery ... I'lc-lilen- t's d TAKE ." u The Woman's Tonic llght-Ue.uei- ly open-mind- I , I ll n, Druggist k. ( w , gnth-'God- ns 3 I super- -victory, " I Alsace-Lorrain- e, I HOW 10 IffiCHE Al NERVOUSNESS m ro-tl- on er 11 -i . ! 1 IH v I k. s CASTORlA 30 n along-withou- Gut-ma- Children Cry CASTORtA NEAR 2,000,000 YANKS SENT OVIlt General March Makes Statement, Appeals For Loan Support. Oct. 12 Auicrlcnn Washington, troops Rent over sons have passed tho 1,900,000 mark Oon. March announced today, coupll.'ig IiIh ntntumont with an urgent appeal to tho country to support tho Fourth Liberty Loan. Tho present Is no tlmu to hack. (Jon. Murch said, for tlio ninxl-n- i u in resources of tho nation In men and money mtiHt ho hurled nt tho Hun to mako victory certain, and whllo tho inoveiuent of soldiers across tho water Is contlnuliiR the War Is preparing mint her 2,000,-00- 0 men to follow the first 2,000,000. Tho Department has asked con gress for $8,000,000,000 to carry out Its programme, he added, and the financial support of that programme miiHt not ho withheld by tho nntlon. Locution of Divisions. Locating various divisions In rc-spouse to (luestlons, (Ion. Murch said thu Dlst (Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, ldnho, Nevada, Montana, WyomliiK and Utah National Army) was still in tho American training areas; tho 78th (Western New York, Now Jersey nnd Delaware National Army) Is still, on tho lino with tho 1st Corps, lint Its position not specifically stated; the 29th (Now Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, Mnrjiand National and District of Columbia Guard) Is on the Hue In the Vosges, as Is tho J7th (Ohio National Guard) tho 90th (Texas and Oklahoma National Army) Is on tho St. Mlhlel front; tho S2d (Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee) Is east of the Argon-nand the 42d (llnlnbow) Is on tho Woevro. 1(1,000 Men Wounded. Tho llrst courier from Gen. Pershing carrying tho hospital records of the expeditionary forces for slightly wounded men has arrived, Gen. March said the lists including approximately 1C.O00 names. This number, he said, was tho accumulation for all tho period up to tho time It was decided to bring tho lists by couriers. Main llun Itoails Threatened. Taking up tho buttle situation on tho west front, Gen. March said with Jno capture of Lo Chateau by the Urltlsh tho Allied forces wore within fourteen miles of tho railway junction of Aulnoyo. which is a vital strategical point for tho enemy. The railway and the latroad through Sednn nt which eral tho American army Is striking on tho Mouse meet each other at Aulnoyo, and theso two lines are the main for German supplies nnd troop movements In France. Gen. March announced tho American divisions which cleaned up the St. Mlhlol salient In tho light which prepared tho way for tho present operations north of Verdun. 1'olntlng from left to right on tho map, ho said tho divisions wore in lino as follows: 4th (Kcgulnr.) National (New Knglnnd 2Gth o, cs You much Julco off ns possible. should get nt lenst thrco cups: of thick, rich gruel from this. Hvory night heat a rup of this, ndd enough water to Hult your tnstc, nnd take it beforn going to bed. Delicious It's tho lovlloHt stuff I over atol Do this faithfully nnd you'd put on Mesh, and If you aro quite a bit underweight day, una between take two nips lunch and dinner and nno nt bedtime. Milk nnd cream are very nourishing, you sec, and oatmeal is highly nutrlous. Oats nro rich In protein milk too, for that matter and pro-tol- n builds up the tissues. Also, It contains plenty of fats. Its caloric value Is high, and oatmcnl will overcome nny constipating effect the milk might hnve. Try this if you aro thin or rundown. You'll llko It so much you won't wnnt to miss n single cup of it. And it isn't nn expensive treatment either; ontmcnl Is tho cheapest cereal there Is for the amount of nourishment It contains. (Questions And Answers. A, Kgyptian II. C. Powdered hcunn mnkes the hair auburn. Proba bly you did not uso It right If It did not color tho hair. Henna shampoo Is nothing but powdered henna and ens-til- e soap mixed. If you wnnt to stain the hair wash It llrst and dry it, then apply tho paste of tho hennn hot nil over tho hair. Let It dry on for from half nn hour to two hours somo hair requires u long lime, coarse hair, for instance. Especially is this so the first time henna is applied. You must have been readK..I.S. ing nn did ad or something by another person nt least It was not I that advised drinking flaxseed tea. Frankly I do not know whether or not this preparation is good. Yotir diet seems to bo good, but you should have something more than what you eat. Can't you eat soup and rare, tender beefsteak, oatincal and cream, things like that? I wonder whether you are getting enough food. It seems to mo some of tho acidity of the stomach might cniiio from the fact that you wem't giving the digestion enough to do but I am not a doctor you know. 10 or the FOOD HULKS MADI2 HU.'ID l. NHW OHDKIt Seventy-eigh- t wheat growing Slates. different lots of seed grain were treated with copper sulTwelvo genornl orders for hotels, phate, formaldehyde, nnd hot water, tests have resturnnts nnd hoarding Iiourcs will nnd 8,500 germination be announced today by tho United been made to dotcrmino tho resultant Mr. Injury. It has beon found thnt of all t'tntes Food .Admlnstrntlon. lloovor calls upon all public cnting-plucc- s to do tholr part In the campaign by saving moro food than evor before. A notlcenblo feature nbout tho now hotel enrd, which Federal Food Fred M. Sackott will send to nil public eating places In Kentucky today, Is Hint the now regulations are, for the llrst time, couched In peremptory' terms. Heretofore tho Food Admlnstrntlon has contented Itself with Issuing requests; now It is Issuing Orders, nnd tho now cards warns proprietors of eating places that If they fall in nny particular they will feel the henvy hand of tho law. Orders Issued. The new orders, effective October 21, follow: General Order 1 No public eating place shall servo or permit to be served any bread or other bakery product which docs not contain at least 20 per cent flour substitutes, nor shall It servo or permit to bo served mora than two ounces of this bread, known ns Victory Dread, or if no Victory Dread is served, more than four ounces of other bread (such as( corn bread, muffins, Boston brown bread, etc.,) Sundwlohcs or bread served nt boarding camps, nnd rye bread containing 50 per cent or moro of puro rye flour, arc excepted. General Order 2 No public eat ing place shall servo or permit to be served bread or toast as a garniture or under meat. General Order .1 No public eating-place shall allow any bread to bo brought to the table putll after the tlrst course Is served. No public eatGeneral Order ing place shall servo or permit to bo served to ono person nt any one meal moro than ono kind of meat. For tho purpose of this rule meat shall be considered as Including beef, mutton, pork, poultry and any other ducts thereof. General Order 5 No public eating placo shall serve or permit to be served any hacim ns a garniture. General Order 6 No public eating place shall serve or permit to bo served to any ono person at nny one ounce of meal more than one-ha1 by-prlf A BIT OF HOME WITHIN THE CAMP OUDCIIS OHIO COUNTY COUNT, HKPTHMIIKIl ."J. IIM8. Hon. Mnck Cook, J. O. C. C. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Ttcwnrel for nny case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine has been tnken by catarrh nutTcrcm for the pnst thlrty-ftv- o years, and has become known ns tho most rellnblo remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine nets thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, rxpelllnp the Poison from tho Blood and hcallnK the diseased portions. After you have tnken Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine for n short tlmo you will see ii great Improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catnrrh Medicine at once nnd cet rid of catarrh. Send fot testimonials, free. F J. ClircNET & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Driiririi. TPc m butter. Half Ounce Cheese. General Order 7 No public eating placo shall servo or permit to bo served to any one person at any ono meal more than ono half ounce of Cheddar, commonly called American cheese. General Order S No public eating place shall use or permit tho use of the sugar bowl on tho tablo or lunch counter. Nor shall any public eating placo servo sugar or permit It to bo served unless the guest so requests, and in no event shall the amount served t,o any one person at nny ono meal exceed ono tcaspoonful or its equivalent. General Order 9 No public eating place shall use or permit to be used an amount of sugar in excess of two pounds for every ninety meals served, including all uses of sugar on tho tnblo and In cooking, excepting such sugar its may bo allotted by tho Federal Food Admlnstrators to hotels holding a bakery license. No sugar allotted for this special purpose shall bo used for any other purpose. General Order 10 No public eating place shall burn any food or per mit any food tc bo burned, and all wasto shall bo saved to feed animals or reduced to obtain fats. General order 11 No public eating placo shall display or permit to bo displayed food on its premises in nny such manner as may causa Its deterioration so thnt it can not bo used for human consumption. General Order 12 No public eating placo shall serve or permit to bo served what is known as double cream or cream do luxo; nnd In any ovont no cream containing over 20 per cent of butter fat shall be served. Mr. Hoovor finds wo shnll apparently have sufficient sugar to tako euro of tho present rato of consumption nnd to provide for tho extra drain of tho Allies, nnd sufficient coffee If wastefulness in browing tho buvorngo is eliminated. Of our own products thoro must bo a reduction In consumption nnd wasto of foodstuffs and of meats and fats: that is to say, pork, beef, poultry, dairy products and vegetablo oil products. Mr; Hoover lays stress, howover, upon tho fuct that tho food Admlnstrntlon docs not wish curtailment In tho uso of milk for children. WAH WITH GHUMAXY. American troops abroad now total Guar.) lsKHegulnr.) 2d (Kulnbow.) 89th (Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Now Moxl-c- o and Arizona National Army.) 4 ' b This Is tho first Information mndo public as to tho constitution of the wrniy with which Gen. Pershing nchloved n brilliant and swift victory In his tlrst wholly American effort. It has been found on examination that many accidental Injures not connected wth oporatons nt tho front nro In tho first lot of names. Tho iicludcd now bolng checked and will noon bo ready for Issue to tho press. Surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Hums, Uralses and wounds. Tho first treatment Is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly, thoro la no danger of Infection, nnd tho wound begins to honl nt once. For uso on man ori uoasi, iiurimuuu io mu tic and healing ngont. Huy it now and bo ready for nn emorgency. Prlco 2Cc, fl.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio " Drug Co. ,- 2d (Regular.) m IlKAl'TV CHATS. ... lly Kdnu Kent Forbes. Increasing the Wlght. Hero's a now Idea for getting fut, for tho underweight girl or woman. It's easy to do, It's heulthful. and it's Just tho thing for tho people who huto tho tnsto of raw milk. Put a cup of oatmeal In two and a half cups of water, suit, nnd let it put It on tho Biminor a long time back of tho stovo or into a flroless cooker When cooked add a pint of you Ui W:, with as much oraum in It ns Scan ufiord, and bring tho wholo to a 1 'ut tJ,u oatmoal cook In Iboll i ill't tot a fow, rnoinmu. th" f,tr.ln o.f through a wire airamer, tn0 "a""0"1 t0 Bet as Run li u 1 an nvcrnge of 10,3;S American soldler.s landed at French ports. American airmen shot down 100 Hun planes and 21 baloons in one week. Germans uso sneezing gas nnd phosgene against tho Americans. Samuel Gompers, American labor lender, visits American front in France. Fearing American attacks, German military authorities begin removal of inhabitants of Alsace. America's lonns to tho allies now total $6,527,914,000. War thus fur has cost tho United States $4S,S9G,945,000. Flvo United States Government shipyards will begin construction of 42 concrete ships this month. Tho ono hundredth battle piano, shipped by tho Dayton Wright Com pany, urrlves In Frnnco. Of tho i, 800,000 American troops ships carried in Franco, Urltlsh 1,000,000, American ships carried French and Italian 78G.000 and ships carrlod tho remainder. Following Germany's latest pcaco move, United States Congressmen surrender. unconditional domain! Knomy must admit defeat boforo peace Is considered," Is tho cry. Thus far moro than S.500 Ameri cans have been killed In action, more than 22,000 wounded and 5,300 uro missing. In Soptembor 311,219 American ts troops. 4,000 United States and 5,000 Cunudlnn troops lunded In Franco. Ono fourth of tho Gorman nrtlllory on tho west front has beon captured by tho allies and Americans slnco Foch's series of drives on July IS. blue-Jacke- 1.S00.00O. Kvory day,Jn August Woman's Case Startles Rockport man's w'lfo could not without sharp pain In her eyes. For years her eyes woro red anil weak. Finally sho tried jmro A business read or bow Children Cry FLETCHER'S ASTO R A FOR I lNMl'UV FHOM SMUT Lnvnptlk oyo wash. Tho rosult of ONIj application astonished hor. A 8iiiul bottlo Lnvoptlk la g ti urn n teed woak, strainto bonollt RVKKV ed or Inflamed eyes. ONK WASH will startle with Us quick rulU. Aluminum oy eup FilBB. lUrrel 5 Uros. druggists at Itookport, t'O.VI'ltOI j TIlKATM KXT. To determine- - tho Injury reuniting to cereal seeds from standard methods of dltlntectlou fur eiuut control, experiments have recently been carried out by pathologists u( tUe United BUtee Department of Agriculture iu On motion of Kso. Shown, it Is or- -' A Ions, low building of frame construction, nttrnctlvety planned, with tiered that the question of voting a wide vornndns nnd n homelike nspect. Unx of the sum of twonty(20) cunts tho small grains, barley Is tho least Outside tire hanging the lings the ,on tho Ono Hundred ($100.00) dol-jla- rs susceptible to injury by nny of tho Stnrs nnd Stripes, which must soon worth of all property subject by standard treatments. Oats may bo In- be tnken In ns It Is nearly sunset, nnd (law to local taxation, undor Section jured In many enscs, though not al- another flat; beurlng n little trihnglo jir7n of tho Constitution, for tho lm-- ! ways, by copper sulphate, but seldom of blue nntl tho letters Y. W. C. A. provoment nnd construction of public by formaldehydo or hot water. Wheat It Is n fall nftcrnnon and tho nlr Is n j roads and bridges of tho county bo nnd rye aro considerably Injured by bit sharp. Through tho front windows submitted to tho voters of Ohio house tho woman approaching treatment nnd tho longer of the walk can see up the the cheerful glow County, Said tax to bo levied each method described In departmont bulof nn open fireplace. Is tho year for flvo consccutlvo years Imletins Is recommended. Copper sul- sound of u plnno nnd There one Is mediately following said election. Tho somo phate is tho only fungicldo showing singing. taxes to bo collected nnd accounted n marked tcntlcncy to injure seed The woman, who Is slight nnd young for by tho Sheriff, nt tho same tlmo grain, though liming provents this e nnd puts her henvy nnd In tho samo niannor and by tho to a largo extent. Holding seed down on tho wnlk nnd shifts the same process that ho collects other after treatment by any of tho meth baby she Is carrying to tho other nrin. taxes, nnd an election is hereby ordor-c- d ods recommended nntl practiced docs Sho listens n minute, then picks up tho to bo hold throughout Ohio Counnot have nny appreciable bad effect luggage nnd walks bravely up to the ty, In all tho voting precincts therein, front door. Some one has heard her on on tho gnrmlnntlon, but it is ndvlsa-blthe 5th. , dny of November, 1918, the specialists say, to sow Im- coming nnd Is there to meet her. Some upon tho proposition of whether or one nlwnys Is In places like this. Tho mediately after treatment with fordoor Is thrown open nnd n kind wom- not a property tax of twenty (20) maldehydo and copper sulphate. an's voice snys: "Oh, do come In nnd cOnts on each Ono Hundred (100) rest. Let mo tnke the baby." Tho Dollars worth of property In Ohio A Iteautlfiil Woman. bnby Is passed over nnd the stranger, County shnll bo levied for flvo (5) Do you know that a beautiful woworn from u long Journey, tired nnd consecutive years, next immediately man always has a good digestion? If sad. Is given tho welcome which only following said election for tho puryour digestion Is faulty, oat lightly of the Y. W. C. A. hostesses know how to pose of Improving and constructing, meats, nnd take nn occasional doso give. either or both, the roads nnd bridges She explains thnt she has come to of the county. of Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthm see John before ho leaves for the en your digestion. Price 25c. Said election to bo advertised, held front. She tins been saving her money for traveling expenses, nnd hns come and conducted in tho manner accordWHAT VOUIt ItOXI) AVIMi DO to surprise him. John bus never seen ing to the several provisions and rethe baby, nnd now maybe he never quirements of tho laws of tho ComIf you buy n $100 bond of the will, for she has discovered that John monwealth of Kentucky now In forco Fourth Liberty Loan you arc lending has just left on u two days' furlough governing such elections and under the United States Government enough to surprise her. Hcfore she could get tho general election laws of tho Commoney to feed n soldier in Franco a n train back to her home John's fur- monwealth of Kentucky, where samo little more than seven months. Or you lough will have expired and ho will be relate and apply to elections held to ,lnvo furnished enough money to give on bis way buck to camp. The little determine tho abovo question; and no him n complete outfit of winter and mother does not know how to meet the amount of money' in excess of the summer clothing, including shoes and situation nntl tears of fatigue and dis- Amount that can bo raised by tho lovy stockings, and slicker and overcoat appointment begin to flow. In any ono year, shall be expended iu "Well, and blankets, with enough loft over pathetic that's too bad," says the sym- that year. Y. W. C. A. worker. "Hut to arm him with a good revolver. You cheer up. Ytu enn jut stay hero for S. A. Ilrntchcr, Sheriff of Ohio have done that much to beat back tho u cuiiplu of days. We'll send u wire County, Ky. is hereby appointed, Hun. to John nt the llrst place his train ordered and directed to advertise tho It takes $35 more to arm him with stops and toll him to take tho next time and purpose of tho election and a rifle with a bayonet on it, nnd if train back. He can enjoy his furlough the amount of tnxes to bo levied each you buy a second $100 bond you fur- here." year and tho number of years for This Is done nnd the little family which It Is to bo levied and collected nish him with this rifle and 1,000 cartridges for it, and there will still has u glorious day of It. In tho newspaper published In Ohio Tho Young Women's Christian asso- County, having be enough of your money left to purtho largest circulachaso a good sized bomb to throw in ciation has established 02 hostess tion for thirty (30) days before tho houses of this character for American a dugout, or demolish a machine gun soldiers nnd sailors and their families. said election and he, tho said sheriff, together with the Huns operating it. In this brief bulletin of news lies one will causo a poll to be opened In each of the most potent factors In the win- and all the precincts In and through Uroucliical Trouble. ning of this war. Our boys nro fight-'lu- out Ohio County, on the abovo named Mrs. A. E. Sldenberder, Rockfleld, for their homes. The Y. W. C. A. date, as the law In such cases directs Ind., states; "For an attack of bron-hf- with Its hostess work in this country and he may advertise said election-btrouble which usually assails me" I'tid in Franco Is helping to keep the having a certified copy of this order in the spring I find Chamberlain's Ideal of American homo life con- published, as above directed, and W. Cough Koincdy tho only thing that stantly before the men who are pro- C. Blankenship, Clerk of the Ohio tecting it. These men had to go away gives mo relief. After using It for a from their Individual homes, but there County Court, Is ordered and directfow days all signs of bronchlcal troued to furnish said Sheriff with a cerm Is a home which follows them n plnce tified copy of this order, as ble disappears." It appears wlure they can go when they are olf duty nnd meet their families and rest. upon tho Order Book, In tlmo for TIIK .MAX WHO FAILS There Is n room In every Y. W. C. A. said publication. TO HUY JAJIKltTY ItOXDS hostess house with a real fireplace In Tho said Sheriff and County Clerk It and a domestic hearth. There arc are further ordered and dlrectod to One by one the men who have rechairs with cushions on them ; the do and perform cacji and every fused and are refusing to buy Liberty china Is not of the bucket under tho laws of tho Comliomls aro being found out. Thoy had variety necessnry in cunips; nnd best g an easier tlmo of It when tho first two of all, the hoys say, there are nice monwealth of Kentucky, in advortjs-Innnd conducting such election and way. The women to talk to. No hoy In camp loan drives were under country was not in such deadly earn- would hesitate to ask his mother or In tho preservation of tho ballots est about this war ns It Is now. Wo sister or the girl he thinks most of to nnd tho canvassing and certification diwero taking for granted that every meet him nt it Y. W. C. A. bouse, for of tho votes and said olection is knows that the women she will see rected to be held in nil respects as re- one who could would be glad to buy a he there nre of the 'light kind. The very quired by law governing such bond, and buy just as many as possifuct that it Is known that there Is u elections. ble. real, homey plnce near each camp auIt is further ordered that it is tho The weight of public opinion Is thorized by the war department and striking at the individual who can presided over by dignified und refined sense of this court, in tho event said buy and who doesn't. It Is striking women, hns served very largely to dis- olection results in favor of the lovy just as hard at the man or the woman courage the other type of woman and nnd collection of such tax, as aforemoney thereby derived shall of property who buys a little $50 kucp her away from the men sho for- said, the bo so used and apportioned as that in merly preyed upon. bond when that subscription should The Y. W. C. A. houses nre tiot es- each magisterial District of tho counbo multiplied. For the peoplo know, tablished with any view to mnrklng ty. There shall bo used the sum dethe neighbors accurately guago, just class line, however, although umny ol as aforesaid, in such district, about what each of us should be able the hostesses who nsslst led lives of rived improving and constructing, for to do. greatest ease and luxury before the or both, the roads and bridges Tho bond slacker is a marked man war. Democracy rules ut the sign of cither heroin from said tax, though this shall In any community. He la being, rethe little Dine Triangle. not in any wny restrict or Imparo tho membered by his neighbors. Nor will A story Is told of u great merchant's oxpendituro of other lawful funds in his sins against patriotism and loyal- wife whose Individual fortune mounts ty bo soon forgotten. Tho memories to the million mini;. This lady Is u each respective Magisterial District, purposes, just us funds are of this war will live a long time. It Is member of one of the Y. W. C. A. com- for said mittees, and on one occasion sho wits now and have heretofore been used, nlways so with wars and wnnt comes may bo necessary ss as such after them. Ho will bo pointed out ns helping In the cafeteria of a train- so faravailable, funds house nt the Great Lakes imvnl and In tho manner nnd long as ho lives. Tho memory of his ing station. A little shopgirl who hud provided by law, and that n moro failure, of his weakness nnd his a "day off" from her work In the base- adequate and cfectlvo method of will be held against his ment of the great store owned by the working tho roads bo put In operation children. Y. W. C. A. worker's husbiiml, and who now In effect. Ayes and Nays There nro some places whoro tho had come to see her sailor brother, was than is bolng called resulted In all tho JustiIn ti State street hurry for service. man who falls to buy Is being ostracpresent voting in the affirmative, ised by his neighbors and his old She sharply ordered the merchant's ces was declared rlends. If thoy know ho Is nblo to buy wife to "look alive with these forks, thereupon tho motion curried and so ordered. girlie." they nro not asking for his reasons. MACK COOK. J. O. C. C. The lady addressed ns "girlie" quite Reasons nre not nsked. It is sufficient humbly saw to it that tho pile of forks State of Kentucky.Sct. thnt a man fulled when his tlmo was replenished. Then sho went over County of Ohio. came, when tho opportunity was ofand talked to the girl, helped her to I, W. C. niunkonshlp, Clork of tho public opinion of his fered. Tho locate her brother and sent her nwuy Is leveled against him, it happy. Tho shopgirl never knew thnt Ohio County Fiscal Court, do certify finds him guilty and carriesout Its she had been talking to her employer's that tho foregoing is u true and correct copy of tho ordor as appears on own sentence. wife. There nre tw;o hostess houses ut the Order Hook number 3, page 573. With tho wholo nation working ns Given under my hand, this tho 30th it never worked boforo to ralso tho Great Lukes station, ami It Is n wonmost gigantic war fund in nil history, derful bight to see thu crowds of wom- day of September, 1918. thu sailors W. C. HLANKKNSHIP. tho mun who does not huy Is finding en relatives und friends of Wednesday on the Clork Ohio County Court. It harder than evor to hide his short who throng to them 3,000 Pursuant to tho foregoing ordor, comings, Ho Is being found nut and in drill afternoons. From 1.000 toIn persons a day ore cared for tho tho vast mujorlty of cases tho proper cafeterias, and tho nurseries aro full and, by vlrturo of the power invested punishment is being applied by thoso of sailor babies, whoso mothers can In mo ns Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I horoby cnuso tho aforesaid around him. leave them there safely whllo they nro to ordor to bo published as roqulrcd by on the grounds. When tho chest feols on fire and In addition to tho hostess hotiso law, and further direct and shall tho throat burns, you have indigeswork In this country tho Y. W, C A. causa tho various officer.!, whoso duty It is, to opon a poll in each of tho tion, nnd you need HHIUHNK to get has established tho famous Hotel voting places within tho Comity of rid of tho disagreeable feeling. In Purls us u center for tranIt food, sient women wur workers oerseus. Ohio on Tuosdny, Novomber tho 5th , drives out badly digested strengthens tho stomach nnd purlflos Tliero nre nlso ninny foyers or recrea- 19 IS, to tako tho sonso of the quaUfl-o- d voters upon tho question a. set the bowels. Price COc. Sold by Ohio tion centers In Franco whoro girl munlgiml corps girls und out in the abovo and foregoing men Drug Co. in nitions workers, othurs nro refreshed and lirlghtomsl tlouwl ordor. o- by uaoiiution with tho play lutulers Wttneae my hand, this th- - 30th. of tho Y. W. 0. A. who htt.vc Intro-dueo-d " , wi s, r'-h- ar, A. V. , lr'lR Auwrtean cymiinrfum clnss, s FOR FLETCHER'S HATt'liFrt $. . luto French life. Sheriff, Ohiu c JU y. hot-wnl- er ry tired-lookluMilt-caso, g nl y thing-requireIron-boun- d ho-tc- Children Ory ' CASTORIA .iimmmmtmmw Te.a .JUIUI The Hartford HARTFORD Republican ly COMPANY Published 'Weekly PRINTING Incorporated C. E. SMITH, President . W. S. TINSLEY, Sec.-Trea- s. Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS Editor V. S. TINSLEY, and Business Manager. Entorcd according to law at tho Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho second class. Address nil communications .The Hartford Republican. to Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old address in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, nnd Cc per lino for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per Hue, money in advance. Church Notices for services free, but other ndvorttscments, 5c per lino. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Fanners Mutual FRIDAY 123 xotice to subscribers. 00 OCTOBER 18 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator BEN. L. BRUNER. o week For Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. Appellate Judge For MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. Tho Germans are reduced to 'the necessity of making peace or going to pieces. The weather of the past would take the first premium "bush" fair. at a Turkey is .slicing for peace. doesn't need peace she needs neck wrung. She her Better do your Christmas shopping early this year. Congress is talking of raising the tax to six dollars a gallon. It must be good news to the Gorman wives and children to learn that husband and dad are hurrying toward home. We have forgotten the name of the place where editor Creep was going to havo that decisive battle fought, hut wherever It was, it looks like it might already have been fit. We should thlnl: the Democratic school teachers, who hae labomd three months with still no salary money in sight, would bo a lectio late election morning getting to tho 3iolls to boost the Governor Into a bigger job. The people will be called upon, November 5, to vote on tho question of a road tax. Tho Fiscal Court has promised that if the tax measure car-Tiit will discontinue the old "hand" nystem of working the roads, and will spend the money raised in each magisterial district in the district paying such tax. es On tho second pago of this paper appears in full the diplomatic peace correspondence between this country and Germany. These aro Important state papers that will bo In the archives of nations for all time, and a careful perusal of them will familiarize the reader with all the Mens so far taken toward bringing about world-peac- pro-nerv- ed At tho persistent insistence of the leaders of his party, and over his earnest protect, John Haswell accepted the chairmanship of tho Stato Republican Campaign Committee. luen In Kentucky; his ability is marked and known, and It is tho duty of his party friends in the Fourth district to seo that whllo ho Is .serving tho party as Stato Chairman his Interest as a candidate (or Congress in tho district does not buffer through his loyal party sorvlco. Thora appears to us no reason for undue oxcltomont over tho inlluonzn There Ik nothing now epidemic. about It. It U the old time grip, and th f.italltle in 1 S80 far f the lr. soht '.iii 'i Tat.'litku U'j..i epid. nilcs are alw.i; s I John Harwell is one of tho cleanest cx-ce- t(! Wo wnnt to nbsolvo tho Hart Reply. ford Herald from keeping an imagin- ary agreement, supposed to bo made ' A combination of quality, combetween the headquarters of the two Basel, Switzerland, Oct. 15. Adparties, not to discuss politico while fort and economy in underwear. say that tho Prosl- tho Liberty Loan wns on. Our con-- 1 vices from Berlin of tho Reichstag has postponed noctlon with ono of tho headquarter dent The best makers knit it, the best inIs Intlmato enough for us to bo able tho sitting of tho Reichstag, which rewas to havo begun matformed people wear it, the best stores Our good neighbor, tho Herald, to speak with authority In the can assuro tho Herald serving to himself tho right to summisquotes us. It says we aro writ- ter, and we mon tho leglslatlvo body at n later sell it. Wo aro do- that no such an nKrcomnt was en ing political editorials. By common conont.bin .date, ing nothing of tho kind. Wo did tered Into. agreement, both mention some of tho reasons why wc through no formal All customers Basel, Switzerland, Oct. lfi.- thought Governor Stanley should not parties decided to bill no political to Berlin dispatches recelv 1!. go to the Senate, but they wero not speakers until after Oclobor who have once tried prohibi Both headquarters are and havo been ed hero the German Socialists have-, political. Tho state-wid- e ieciuoci, in view oi ino general poorganizations, Munsingwcar with tion amendment will be voted on next busy perfecting their - "tlcnl situation, not to oppose Price year. Wo don't know what position nn.i tim T.nnlRvlllo Democratic nowNaxlmillnn of Baden retaining his dally one accord say: tho Herald will take on that ques- papers aro making almost of Imperial Chancellor, whole- tic appeals to tho voters of Joiforeon tion, but wo are going to j "Give me the Mun-ein- g heartedly support it. We want It county to save Sherloy and Gordon Washington, Oct. 15. Internal po- Kentucky sends the frnm Mm stnnlnv wreck. Tho Horald to carry, but if Union Suit evnot concludo because tho 'I"111 conditions in Germany and chief advocate of tho liquor Interests should Austria-Hungaras well as, Democratic newspapers "'"'V ' year does not the to tho Senate this ery time." They it u the military situation on tho western Herald know tho chances of voting are not boosting Stanley that head-!"1- nro expected to determine tho Kentucky dry next year would bo becauso they are keeping somo use them for the lit'nntiiro and tlmo of ho German teply We refer our quarters agreement; it Is becauso seriously endangered. President Wilson's communication tle tots, and all the neighbor to tho resolutions passed they want the Inclination to support ' "f yesterday, definitely closing tho j by the Baptist Association nt Fulton, the apostle of booze, who fearing tho ""or to peace negotiations with Ger-- j way up, including published elsewhere in this paper. people, denied these same newspapers a" autocracy. Tho President's a primary or convention, and went in- Nui),f There isn't any politics In this Sen nolo probably already has reached j grandpa. atorial race. It is, because of the to tho race with no better claim on Urlln through the Swiss Foreign tho Democratic party than tho en.j public records of the candidates, a ' of the Stato Central Com- - "ee- wet and dry race. Which side arc We've got some nice warm to- -' mlttce which wasxreated through his j Reports reaching Washington you on? '""ay through official sources by way of influence, and many of its members Winter JMunsingwear all ready for m vr neutral countries not only Indicated i.. titti. w.. ...v. tno liuilllllb mult; iiintvi i,i, At a time when tho Democratic i.i.n existence oi almost cnaouc conyou to put on. press, urban and rural, is ignoring too much respect for the Democrats of Kentucky to believe they would ditions In tho Contrnl Powers, but .Mr. Stanley's candidacy it is refresh also said that It was Field Marshal A perfect fit and the proper ing to find the Madisonvlllo Hustler have nominated him for Sena'.o- had von lllndenburg himself who was re they been given a voice in the matcoming editorially to tho rescue of style and weight for everyone. sponsible for tho German Government the dead 'tin. The Hustler refers to ter. accepting the President's peace terms .w o v irvt IF tV the Governor as an Ideal candidate. . Prices no greater than for the kind armisTv and seeking an immediate THE SHADOW OF AUGUSTUS. Ideal to whom? Not to tho minis tice. fit and wear well. that do not ters and church people of the Ful It was said that at a recent meet- Tim slinilmv nf Aumistus Owslev ton Baptist Association; not to the .,t n .. tnmlnm .11. flirt I.... '" ,1... ... -'b l"" Democratic press, most of which will Stanley hangs heavily over the hopes " ",0 vamm in tne uo.cnswig. It is not mention his name in its editorial of the Kentucky Democracy. Von Ilindcnburg boldly declared that columns; not to the public, which not the loss of the Senatorshlp that Germany must have peace at once on worrying the Democratic leaders. displays no Interest In his candidacy; Is . Iti limit tiininii olin swmltl rrnt 1Ii anfil "" l ""'" not to President Wilson who gave Tho- are reconciled to the dereat- the armies no "" longer had tho ncces-- , Mr. Stanley, and accept the inhim such a perfunctory endorsement of con-- ; But it is the Stanley mlll - 'sary munitions and materials to that the Governor went to Washing- evltable. the struggle inor was mere dragging down at least three ton to ask him to amend it. Ideal, stone one any source of supply so far as he Prpssmen and perhaps to Ills ancient friends and nnmnmttn of the Court of Appeals that t wns ware- supporters, the liquor people. But Judge ' Mux Opposed Plan. worry. And the the Hustler grows positively funny is giving cause for In the light of this situation, tho on the gubernatorial election when it warns Democrats against over elfect source of grave Field Marshal said lie felt the timej HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. confidence. Where, O, where is the next year is another an armistice concern. With the Democratic press had come to try first for "confidence," to say nothing of the and then for peace, and ho urged that DKu min"over?" Do some of editor Glenn's apologetic or indifferent, and the put In the light of a con-- 1 and church assemblys openly this could be close kinsmen or near friends hold isters appealing to the voters to support why, If tho Democratic Stato Commit.K ofllce under the Governor? 1st and pacifists ln.Germany. Prince "Till: KNTIIIK tOlYI Dr. Bruner, the Democratic leaders IX (lltll OI' Tin-- : fi.f tee could have called a convention to ,l. Pl,.,n.!1,. la rn. I aro in a panic. In their desperation tt.l...lll.. nominate a United States Senator For the first tlmo In many years they sent Mr. Stanley to Washington ported to have opposed strongly such Washington, Oct. 15. Spanish in- when Gov. Stanley wns nominated9 against county citizen is a candidate a reaction an Ohio to plead with the rPesident to chance a course, dreading reached epidemic Could a primary election havo been for a great and responsible office. Mr. his prestige wllh the Kentucky De- the junker element by the socialists, fluenza now has disregarding making the race for Judge mocracy by a spreads among proportions In practically every Stato held, I am not the absent Boldler Heavrin is real indorsement of but imperial approval asking about a 111 in tho country and in only three has veto? tho KtflfP. It nt tUn litfrlmct niirf heavy defeats which the their Senatorial candidate, but the them of the it been reported as stationary, with question of wisdom or pulley, hut lesustaining. political office. A Judge of is not a armies M. AND I). President was occupied with some German Fleeing are Holland. some Improvement In tho situation gality. Tit the Court of Appeals, if he is worthy matters on the continent and has not ' A. A convention could havo been In splto of all Washington, Oct. 15. A. quarter In Massachusetts. place, knows no party. It is of tho found time to give his attention to and local au- called becauso the law would havo his duty to interpret the laws for Kentucky politics. They turned to of a million refugees aro making efforts by fedoral, stato rap-Idl- y allowed it. A primary could havt. Mr. government of all people. way from Lille, Roubalx nnd thorities, the disease has spread the the despised negro voter, to bog his their Belgian towns near the front and the death toll has been high been called for the same reason. Heavrin is capable, and should have humble aid in an hour of despair, but other Thero is no provision for absent nation. tho support of the people of his home the colored man In grasping tho hand lines to the Dutch frontier In an en- In most parts of tho "In army camps tho epidemic is voters in a primary, so the soldier escape into Holland. Mescounty. His opponent is an honorof Esau recognized tho voice of Ja- deavor to no bearing on tho question. y by Chairman subsiding, a further decreaso In tho vote has and a competent cob, and would have none of it. Veri- sages received able gentleman number of now cases being noted toJudge, but he has held the office for ly amid the appalling wreck the Hoover, of the Commission for Relief surgeon gen- Do you get up at night? Sanol is sixteen years and now asks tho peo- Democratic leaders behold tho fatal in Belgium, said arrangements had day at the offlco of tho or blnd-d- er eral of tho army. The total of cases surely tho best for all kidney relief in years. food, clothing nnd ple to elect him for eight more troubles. Sanol gives shadow of Augustus Owsley Stanley been made for reported was G.498, n decrease of 24 hours form all backache and bladLife tenure In office is against the over it all. shelter upon their urrlval at ttho 773 from yesterday. Pneumonia der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed spirit of tho American people. Judgo frontier. m 50c and $1.00 a bottle at 16, against 2,253 the romody. Should tho Germans, In retreating cases were 1,9 Settlo owed it to the people, as he 46-CHUIICIIMKN OPI'OSF. STAXLKV. from Belgium, .solzo tho internal food day before, but tho numbor of deaths the drug store. owed It to his party, to retire from m increased, being 889, against 71C yessupply, consisting of crops now ready ofllce at tho expiration of his second WIIITKSYIM.K. Tho West Kentucky Baptist Asso- for harvest and the few remaining terday. term. But like our good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Boarman of in made public tonight by ciation, composed of churches Reports Ringo and Birkhead, the lure of. ofdairy cattle, the situation, tho mesWliltesvillo, received tho news from representing a con- sages said, would ho serious. counties, To tho public health servlco show that fice was too strong, and was willing four stituency of over four thousand, in meet such a possibility tho Relief outsldo of Massachusetts the epidem- their sons, Bernard lloarmun. Bonr-mn-of to chance the defeat of his party to n, New Kug-lan- Camp Travis, Texas, and Olllo gratify his greed for ofllce. Tho mat session at Fulton, Ky., last week Commission has shipped 180,000 tons ic Is severe throughout of Camp Taylor, both reported reNot a single stato east of tho ter is in the people's hands, and their unanimously passed tho following of foodstuffs to Rotterdam in tho last Mississippi is clear of tho disease and as being III with the flu. will, but we bolieve it solution. will is our month. Mr. Lesllo Edgo and Miss Maud in moso of the coast states from "There is no Issue of such tremenm would establish a dangerous preced-e- n Moseley attended church at Adaburg-SundaImportance to tho world today Maine to Florida conditions are serFISCAli COURT OUI1KK. to the best interest of Democratic dous night. ious. government to elect Judge Settle to a as prohibition," the resolution reads. Mr. Ernest Moseley and mother "Baptists should pray and then vote Regular Term Ohio County Fiscal third term of an eight year term went to Owensburo Thursday on busXOTICK. Court. October Term, 1918. "Resoluofllce. What do you think about as they pray." iness. "We have tho right to demand of tion and Order. It? Mr. Clarence Boarman and family adopted Pursuant to resolutions our political parties that they offer On motion of Ksqulro W. S. Dean, wero the guests of Mr. Scntou Greer for whom good citizens it is ordered that in tho evont thu by tho Ohio County medical bociety. While devoting Its energies on tho candidates and wlfo Sunday. fourth page to winning tho war and may vote Tho issue is squarely before Question 'of voting a 20 cent road I will expect Immediate settlement Mr. Wood Froman, of Camp TayBaptists whether wo shall support a tax, for a period of Five (f) yeaw. for all professional services from upbraiding Tho Republican for menchurlty cases, and lor was called hero last week to attioning politics, tho Hartford Herald party or a principle. Tho Democratic should carry In favor of said lax, this dato, unless in been made tend tho lmrlal of his father. on its first pago carries tho eccentric Stato Central Commltteo has dared this court will change the system of that condition having Mr. Norval Moseley, of Wliltes90 per cent working tho puhlcl roads of Ohio known at tlmo of call. Too much tlmo Norman Hapgood's dire predictions! violate tho pleasuro of villo, received a telegram from his tho has been lost trying to collect acRe- of tho territory and a largo majority County, and will discontinue as to what would happen If tho son, Philip, of West Virginia, who by counts heretofore made. So parties system of working tho roads publicans wero to elect tho Congress of citizens." Is very HI with Intluonza. "Wo resolve that whatsoever party hands, and tho very best system will owing me will save us both trouble a sort of not letting tho right hand may bo Identified with that party bo substituted for tho system now in by prompt settlement now. know what tho loft hand is doing, wo BEAVER DAM. EDWARD W. FORD, M. D. as it wero. Tho Herald prints with must havo a man worthy of Bupport. force. Ayes and nayes being called Miss Bello Sowders, of Morgan-tow- n, Ky., Oct. 1, 1918. we, as a representative body resulted In all of tho Justices present Hartford. "That ovident approval Hapgood's indictKy., visited her nleco, Mrs. J. mm ment of the American votors, who ho of Baptists make It a point rollglous-l- y voting in tho affirmative, whereupon A. Leach, tho first of the week. STAN I IS BY HIS (JUXS. to go to tho poles next November tho motion was declared carried and says aro Incapable of thinking. HapMr. Marshall Barnes, U. S. N Is good charitably admits, in tho article nnd Teglster our objections to tho so ordored. Tho Louisville Times, which ulong visiting his purents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J dangorous enemy." O. C. C. MACK COOK, J. tho Herald becomes responsible for with tho other Loulsvlllo, and most II. Barnes. "And that wo go on record ns by reproducing, that possibly ono A truo copy attest; Mr. John Barrnss, of Horr'ln, III,, othor Democratic nowspapers of tho Christian gentlemen that wo will ob- 14t4 W, C. BLANKENSHIP. man in ten may think a little. Demoa Is visiting relatives here. Stato stood solidly In demanding Clerk Ohio County Fiscal Court. cratic papers in closer touch with literate party lines in favor of bo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrocklln primary or a convention to nominate their political leaders have cut out great a principle." a candidate for United States Sona-to- r, have received word of tho death or MOXKY UKADY. TOBACCO tho policy of charging wholesale disfollowing tho death of Senator their daughtor-ln-luw- , Mrs. Clifford loyalty to tho Republican party, and AXXUAIi RKI) CROSS pooled tholr tobucco James, still defends Its position tak- McCrocklln, of Florida. Those who MKKTINO NOVKMHKIt UO tho Herald had to go to tho superMrs. Luotta lllaukonshlp has gono- with tho A. C. A. aro notified that en then. In tho following question ior Hapgood to get its bloody thunof tho monoy due and answer, nppoaring in tho Times to Owensboro, Ky., to visit her sis-to- r, of tho ronialndor der, Why should tho Hun find comOn account of the epidemic Mrs. Betty Navo. Octobor 1G, tho Times makes it fort In a Republican victory? Does intluonza now existing, all chaptors them on tholr tobacco Is now in my of Mr. Lyman Taylor, who is attenddistribution, and will bo clear that there was nothing In tho ho not know that Ropubllcaii mout- in Kentucky aro horoby instructed to hands for to prevent a primary or a ing school In Wlnchobtor, Ky., is her of CongroftH have stood moro postpono tholr annual meetings paid to those to whom it is duo at situation Mr. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. wurehouso of tho company Satur- convontluu bolng called, had validly behind the Prosident than from Wednesday, Octobor 23rd, to tho g committee Charlio Taylor. In Stanloy's day, October 19. Ploaso coino have the members of hU own party? WtMlnexday. November 20th, 19 IS. Mrs. J.' A. Loach has receive! on the day mentioned and rocoive been willing to tuko tho risk of tho Dothp linn not know how majorYours very truly, word of the safe arrival oversea of defeat of its candidate: check. ity It ;ylfr Kli'heu and Speaker Cltirk MARGARET MARKS. Q- .- Please btute, and gle reasous her brother, Mr. Hugh S. L. KING, Manager. Stevens. Secretary. uUcl u:i ho drali law? 'i uo not j , j j . . high in army camps, nnd but for tho great number of soldiers in camps tho present epidemic would havo boon given only trifling nttentlon. Disease mental, nnd medicine Is nlno-tentHo sensible, humbug. is nine-tentco about your business in tho ordi nary way, keep your tablo and your u person clonn, Bleep with your well ventilated, eat wholesome food In moderation, trust the lord and bo resigned to die when your timo comes. Cowardice is tho curse of the earth. We shnll all die at last, nnd why unduly worry over tho date of tho evont? bed-ron- hcllcvo with Hapgood and the Hcrnld GERMAN PEOPLE HEAR that only ono man out of ten is of reflection. Wo havo faith OF WILSON'S NOTE in the solid good sense of a vnst majority of tho American voters, and have no fears for the country what- evor may ho tho rosult of tho Novem-- 1 Public Voice May Color her election. cap-able Munsing Government's Next Wear lt w nt y, j , I ( -- 1 ""s '"-o- - 1 I "--- i GET INTO THE WAR Buy Liberty Bonds J r,, Carson (El Co. i to-da- yr d. ' olllco-holdln- A 1 1 f "IMI4M ., r HI Coats-Co- at Every week something new is added to ourReady-to-Wedepartment, 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, Burgandy, Plum, Taupe, African Brown, Navy and Black. The prices are not out of harmony with farm products, or other commercial commodities. ar tilts The dentil from dlscaso of Ed Mr. John Stevens, of McHonry, wns among our visitors Wednesday. Hoover Is reported among tho mortalities In Franco. Tho younR mnn Mlssos Lurono Collins and Clara wns n son of Mrs. Bcttlo Hoover, of Uobortson hnvo ncccptcd positions as Heda. stenographers nt Stittiton. Tho war news Is favorable hut do Illshop, of Winchestor, not relax your efforts to support the Mr. Oscar visited his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. boys "over there." They will need John M. Bishop, at Contcrtown, last our help for many months, even after peace Is declared. week. Tho recent conference of tho M. E. Hov. A. B. Gardner, who was well church transferred Ilcv. J. B. Rcy-bur- n known In Hartford nnd Ohio county, to Sacromento, In McLean coundied of Influenza In Morgantown, last ty. Itev. Itoyhurn had charge of the week. Classification 01 the 1918 draft Is about complete. Wo understand that Sailor W. A. Bell, of the United of the thrco thousand men in the States naval service, attached to the draft only two failed to claim exemp- Puget Sound naval base, left yestertions. day to rcstimo his duties, after a visit with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. Ira Ucan loft Monday on his S. W. Bell, of Buford. fall trip as traveling salesman for the Samuels Clothing Company, of Itov. Frank Hartford, of Owcns-borNew York. wns in Hartford Wednesday. Brother Hartford did not talk poliJesse Crowe, son of J. A. Crowe, tics but he did say good citizens have of near Hartford, died in Franco a solemn duty, before them at the September 20. His death was due to approaching election, and he is not pneumonia. for Stanley. o, .4...4Help the Boys "Over There t - ? i t X Ccntertown circuit last year, where ho was very popular. Buy all the Liberty Bonds you possibly can and then throw that old worn-out cook stove or range away and make the good wife happy by giving her one of those dependable . t ! Li PROGRESS STOVES OR RANGES Good cooking stoves, ranges and heaters, like Government Bonds and W. S. Stamps, are invest- ments with unquestionable value. The stoves are found at f j i I I v COAT SUITS $15 to $35 COATS $10 to $35 v''-ji- 5l CHILDREN'S COATS A beautiful line of Children's Coats, from 2 to 5 years, from $2.00 to $7.50. Junior Coats, 6 to 12 years, from $5.00 to $12.50. Intermediate Coats, 13 to 15 years, $7.50 to $18.00. SEE US SAVE WORRY! BUY LIBERTY BONDS! and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Mrs. J. W. Butler nnd Mrs. L. A. All the schools, churches, shows Snndefur, of Cromwell, are spend- and other public gatherings are barring the week with their sister, Mrs. ed until the State Board of Health II. It. Martin. issues an order opening them. It Is thought that three weeks may be Mr. Alex May, of Olaton, has re- tho limit of tho order prohibiting ceived advices that his son, W. C. public assemblies. . May arrived safely on the other sido of the Atlantic. If some obliging farmer has more good tobacco in tho hand than will Miss Margaret Williamson, one of servo his own requirements until the our High School teachers, has gone now crop is usable he can win a to her homo at Wysox to remain un- lasting gratitude, and a reasonable til the flu scaro is past. compensation for his surplus, by bringing it to the editor of this paper. The Fiscal court elected Dr. L. B. Dean county physician to succeed Dr. Tho management of the Fordsvllle E. B. Pendleton, who recently en- Fair, that had been scheduled for listed for military service. tomorrow, has been postponed on account of the Influenza epidemic. It Irvin Morris, of Horfse Branch, will be held just as soon as health died Thursday of last week of in- conditions will permit. Due anfluenza, and his little son, James, nouncement of the date will be died of tho same dlseaso Monday. made. If you need envelopes, letterheads, Louisville papers report tho death, statements, let us mako them for you. at her home near Anchorage, of Mrs. Tho foreman of this office Is an ar- Pendleton Coleman, and burial in tist in types. Let us do your work. Cave Hill cemetery, Louisville. Mrs. Coleman was tho wife of a son of Marshall Harncs, who is in the Na- the late James S. Coleman, who val Training School at Newport, was perhaps the most distinguished Uhodu Island, is visiting his parents, preacher Ohio county ever proMuc-e- d. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harncs, at Heaver Dom. Rov. Chester Stevens, son of formMr. Sam Barnett fed nlno hogs er sheriff Stevens, of this county, has for thirty days, that gained two and been appointed State Evangelist for three-tenth- s pounds a day. Tho the Baptist church, and has moved hogs were turned Into a field of corn fhls family hero, and will make Hart and soy beans. ford his headquarters. This is a distinguished honor to an Ohio county Miss Susie May, a graduate nurse, boy, and wo are Justly proud of his who has been at Frankfort for some- excellence in his work. time, Is at homo with her parents, Miss County Farm Agent Browder went Mr. and Mrs. Stevo May. May has the Influenza. out to tho farm of Mr. II. B. Martin, near M'antanzas, yesterday to vacciEsquire James A. Bowling has sold nate somo hogs afllcted with cholera. his farm, near Narrows, to Mr. Eld- - Mr. Browder and Judge Cook went rldgo Bennett nnd has bought a part out to Mr. Cook's farm near Arnold, of tho .Mitchell farm, three miles out Tuesday to Investigate the cause of tho Hnrdlnsburg road. the deat of a number of hogs that had died recently. Mr. Browder decided Mr. Ab Westerfleld bought tho that tho hogs had died of pneumonia, farm of Mr. Lafo Weller, lying on and did nof havo cholera. Halls creek near Sulphur Springs, Wednesday, for which ho paid five Itoad grading on both tho Owens-bor- o thousand dollars cash. and Hardinsburg roads is making good progress, and at least a few came miles of first class roads are being Davidson Miss Elizabeth homo from Lexington last week, on built this Season. It Is the inten account of State University having tion of the road authorities to drag the flu scaro. Sho will return to tho these newly built roads at frequent Intervals during the winter, and the blue grass city tho 28th. with Interest. If the expected sucMr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams havo cess attends this experiment a generreceived advices that their son, Sorgt. al system of earth gradings may be Sldnoy Williams, who has been with adopted as the road policy of tho tho 149 Inft., at Camp Shelby, Miss., county. has arrived safely In Europe. There Is no general spread of the Most of Wo vory much regret that through influenza in tho county. misinformation wo reported last week the cases so far reported are along tho death of little Cora May South- the Illinois Central railroad and in ard, when wo should havo said her the Arnold, Select and Cromwell comyounger sister, Virginia Bell. munities. Hartford and the western and northern parts of tho county are Carl T. Miller and Orvlllo Hodges, comparatively clear of It. it sceins of Heaver Dam, were sent by tho lo- - to have caught tho doctors at Fords cal exemption board, tho first of tho vlllo and Beaver Dam. Drs. Rogers week, to Cincinnati to take training and Denton, at Fordsvllle, and Drs. preparatory to Willis and McKlnney, at Beaver In Dam, havo been afflicted with It. army service. ACTON BROS., : 'Hartford, Ky. . Notice to Tax Payers. I, or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the following dates, for the purpose of collecting taxes: OLATON Monday, October 21 WYSOX Monday, October 21 ROCKPORT Tuesday, October, 22 BEAVER DAM Saturday, October 26 SIMMONS Saturday, October 26 RENDER . .Wednesday, October 30 , S. A. BRATCHER, S. 0. C; star, Mary Plckford. Although past the military age he gave up a brilliant career in the movie world to serve his country in France. Sergt. Peyton was born Just north of Hartford, and was a nephew of Mr. Howard Ellis. film Im&-GbiThe 1 hard after the Germans and aro making progress, although slowly, notwithstanding tho strenuous defense that is being offered. Both in Serbia and Albania the Entente troops are ridding the invaded districts of tho and Austro-Hungari- 'German contingents. Henry Wickllffo, of Cleaton, a colored boy was the first inmate of the new Jail cells. Henry was caught at Itockport with more liquor than the officers thought was proper for a poor man to have in this era of high prices, fined fifty dollars and tho cost and sent to tho Greenville Jail to lay out his fine. The negro's father paid the flue and cost and the boy came back to Itockport, where the marshall arof rested him for the some additional cost. After an hour or two in Jail the court ordered him released. nt WOMEN' DEXOUXCE Hartford Republican I Miss Mattle Tlchenor spent Sun day with friends, at Ccntortown. The family of Grovcr Tilford. of Dundee, havo received notice of his arrival in France. LIQUOR AUTOCRACV London, Ky., Oct. 16 The following resolution was adopted at tho regular meeting of the local W. C. ' T. U.: . "Believing that not only the prohibition of the liquor traffic, but tho best interest of our state and nation in the' successful prosecution of tho war and the reconstruction thereafter can be better furthered by the election of Dr. Ben L. Bruner to the United States Senate; "Therefore be it resolved that, we, tho London W. C.'T. U., unanimously indorso tho candidacy of Dr. Ben L. Bruner, knowing as we do his sterl- ing character and devotion to tho best interests of our State, especially in her fight to throw off the domination of liquor traffic, which has always prevented true democracy, tho right of tho people to rule, and work in tho ing out a liquor autocracy election of his 'opponent to the governorship of Kentucky, and that wo we oppose the election of his opponent, Go.v. A. O. Stanley, to the United States Senate, because wo believe liquor autocracy would be served J'RIDAV OCTOBER IK M., H. & E. It. It. TIMKTABI.K. Honth Bound, No. 115 tho Mr. Berry Iliiil has bought -- .8:05 a. m. Due at Hartford farm of Mr. Will Acton, of tho Mt. No. 114 Worth Bound, 6.45 p. m. Vernon community. Due at Hartford Tralni.) (Both "Mixed" Squlro It. C. Tlchenor, of Center-tow- n, lost a valuable maro Tuesday. Tho animal died of colic. FARM! FOR SALE. I ft Personal News and Social Eueots, In County Attorney, A. D. Kirk was Fordsvllle. attending to some legal business, several days this week. Farm between Dundee and Magan for sale. 51 acres of good farming land See CAL P. KEOWN, 16tt Itev. W. F. Winfrey, of Fordsvlllo, visited us Tuesday. Capt. John G. Kcown spont day with his family hero. Sun- Miss Bell Walker, a teacher in tho High School here, is spending tho week with her homefolks In Morgan-tow- n. - Hartford, Ky. THE MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. In a recent report of the Moonlighter Ohio county takes first rank in Moonlight school work, having the highest record of any county in tho State. Sixty-on- e " j. - ? November 1st is not now a remote Mr. Lou Asklns, of Narrows, was iu town Monday. Mr. Askins has sold dato, and on that date we must diss his farm near' Narrows, to Mr. who are continue all subscribers Private Byron Williams, son of Superintendent ifnd Mrs. E. S. Bennett, of Fordsvlllo and will moro than two months in arrears. Williams, of Hefliu, has notllled visited Mr. Howard's father, Howard his parent that ho has arrived safe movo to a farm near Hartford, about If you do not want your Republican near Select, Sunday night. discontinued send in the amount as tho first of tho year. and sound In Europe. shown on the yellow slip on your sale Deed nnd mortgage forms for James Philips. Hinton Leach and paper. If you do not send It before Dr. T, D. ltonfrow, of Llvormoro, at this office, a coht each. U ordered made a business trip to Paris, Ky., j Glenn Tlnsloy, who recently ontor-le- d that dato don't blame us If wo havo postago extra. by mall send State University at Lexington, to discontinue your paper, and put last week. Dr. Renfrew will probably Camo homo Saturday. Tho Unlvorslty the account in the hands of a colIt. Wedding, locato In tho blue grass city. Judge and Mrs. It. has been closed on account of the lector. If you terminate your ,..!,, mimit iim mist month visiting iu you will expect us, of course, Mrs. Lum S. Igloheart will go next epidemic of influenza. roturneti homo last week. Arkunsas, to look to settlement of tho account. week to Aloxandor, La., to spend tho Tho Unto is closely approaching a high winter, to bo near hor husband who Tlchenor, Miss Cathlyn Sorgt. Lawrence Boss Peyton, of when wo must cut off all patrons Is stationed at Camp Beauregard. school girl hero, has gono to her more than three mouths in arrears. Douvor, Colo., was killed in action until school opens homo at Mutauzaa in Franco September 5. Sorgt. Pay- If you havo somotlilng you want to Every mail brings a tiumber of again with a roquest not to out ton was a veteran of tho Sunniih- the toll tho quickest, tho outlast and surest, wuy to fcell It U to advertise the wrltsr off, but thore are a number American war. and wa a movie ac Mr W T. Woodward, who Is In vet behind. Wo have no choice but t tor, pi uying Important part In Jack It In the Republican A few I nt carpenter's work at Stltho idea's flln.i. and hi-- last appear-- j idvotMiiD; ii. ry bring you a b.ufi la 'en off tl"vo mentto if'l, by tli- ?.r- -' lit tou, h hinc for a few days with .1 I w.n wiih th g. at Ai .i'i!u i t month f d In uo.lard. iuiailj Ru-fupat-rona- Herman Cooper, on Itouto 2, died Tuesday of inlluoiuu, and his remains wore burled in Oakwood cemetery Springs, Wednesday. James Spencer, of Flint died of Influenza, Monday. Dr. Willis Lyons, a student in. tho Collogo of Dentistry, is Do not forget tho Ohio county Louisville Fordsvlllo tomorrow. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. School Fair at James Lyons. Bennett, who has been Mr. Oscar Mrs. C. M. Bnrnott returned Tuesattending State University, is hero day from an extended visit with her week. this daughter, Mrs. E. W. Cooper, in Margaret Guonthor, of Birm- Nashville. Miss ingham, Alabamn, Is visiting in HartMr. It. L. Dovor and daughter will ford this week. leave today for Dundee, where thoy days with relatives Mr. Amos Carson spont Sunday will spend a few over tho big gov- and friends. nt Stlthtou looking ernment works. and A liiunbor of tho relatives of Miss Norino Barnott, teacher In friends of Mr. John Daltron, gave him a birthday dinner tho Fordsvlllo High School, Is at at his homo Sunday. homo this week. Sun-nydal- o, schools aro being taught in the county. The Moonlighter does not report our sister county, Daviess as having a single school In operation. Superintendent Howard' "thereby. , and our teachers deserve the highest "Mrs. ELIZABETH RAVMER, Prcst. credit for making Ohio the first "Mrs.. E. Q. EVERSOLE, Itec. Secy. county in the State in this very luudable ' work. mm FOR SALE. AUCTION' SALE. ' em-plo- ve co-it- s - At 1:00 p. m. Saturday October 19, 1918, I will offer for sale at public A tract of land, containing eleven auction, at tho court house door, In acres, lying opposite tho Mill com- Hartford, the saddle and harness pany's property and adjoining the horse, of Dr. E. B. Pendleton. brick yard, In Beaver Dam. Price reaMARV LAURA PENDLETON. ICtf sonable. '. Mrs. OSCAR STEVENS, DUKEIIURSY. Dam, Ky. Beaver mm Wo are having some fine weather THE Ji.lTE.SY. just now, and tho farmers are very busy. Unconfirmed rumors are In the air Miss Lena Combs visited her aunt, that Germany has capitulated nnd .Mrs. J. T. Moore, In Hartford, - last that Emperor William has abdicated. week. The rumors emanated from Dutch Mr. Alfred Carter is on the sick but as yet the list. and Swiss sources, German government has not officialMr. and Mrs. J. II. Miller and Mr. ly Informed either tho Washington Almond Duke uud family spent Sunor London Governments of its in- day with .Mr. and Mrs. J. D." Miller. tention to concede In their entirety Prof. Colo has resigned his school tho conditions for a cessation of hos- at Concord to enter tho ministry. tilities as laid down by President Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Thomas spent Wilson. Meanwhile hostilities aro Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. proceeding and, ns in days past, tho W. C. Wado. m forces of tho Allies evorwhoro are PROMINENT NEGRO DEAD. defeating the enemy. In Bolglan Dr. Gordon Phlpps, son of the lato Flandors tho British, Belglnn unit French troops under King Albert Woodford Phlpps, and brother of are swoeping forward for furthor Goorge Phlpps, of Hartford, died of material gains In the proeees of Blights dlsoaso at Ills homo In Texas, October 7, and aceord-t:idriving the invador from Belgian to hU requobt his remains wero ..ill On the front In France th Illiuols I, iVnUi unA A.arl ins are a j ut 1 Cur-bicaK ' -u-'1 PART OF THE BIG COST OF WAR IS T, STRKIG POS ES 2 THIS OF III ! DIRECTORV CIRCUIT COUUT. II, W. Slack, Owoniboro. C. E. Smith, Hart Com'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Tortor, Hartford. Muster Commissioner Otto C. MarItOCKPOUT. m. Li mm Eleven and Half Billion Dollars ,n Two Years Accounted a Judge Ch'm'n. Hoard EXH FINE IMVESTMEHl 'EXPENDITURES BY OUR GOVERN. MENT FOR WORLD DEMOCRACY NOW TOTAL $34,331,702,470. THE FOURTH m I dug t uun m James Wilson. Clerk Hushing Hunt. Police Judge. John T. Jackson Marshal Will Langford. ItKAVI'H DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney, Clerk K. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. R. F. Slovens. Marshal I'OKDHVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. II. Jones. Clerk Olio Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. V EIGHTH DISTRICT For. y , COLORFUL DISPLAY OF DRAWINGS MOST COMPREHENSIVE COLLEC From tho beginning of tho war to AND PRINTED SLOGANS AT-- i TION OF WEAPONS AND EXPLO- Juno 30, 1918, tho Inst day of tho past , TRACTS WIDE ATTENTION. SIVES EVER ASSEMBLED. fiscal year, contracts wcro placed by Com'th. and Civil. the Ordnance Department of the Unit1st Monday ln May 12 days Civil. ed Stntes totaling $4,300,000,000. Tho NEARLY HALF TO COME BACK estimate for tho current year Is over SHOWN ALL OVER AMERICA GERMAN TROPHIES ON CAR 1st Mondny In July 12 days $7,000,000,000. Com'th. and Civil. Tho major Items of last year were as follows: 12 days 3d Mondny ln September Artillery, $1,050,000,000, automatic Designs by Noted Artists Chosen by Material .Benefits to Come From Ships Civil. Great Guns, Small Arms and Bombs rifles, $300,000,000; small nrms, OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKXDAK. Committee of Liberty Loan and Industrial Plant Invest Included In Liberty Loan Or- 4th Mondny in November 12 days artillery ammunition, ments After War. Workers Con lily Hoard of Education. ganlzation's Exhibits. small-armammunition, Com'th. and Civil. small-arm(pracammunition E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNT!' COUIIT. The preparations for the Fourth Lib- tice), $80,000,000; stores and supplies In every city anil town in tho Eighth Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart Two solid trains, laden with tho erty Dond Issuo have brought forward (personal, horso and organization), Federal District there has appeared a Moots first Monday In each month. ford, Ky. to the cost of the war up $230,000,UOO; nrmored m6tor cars, scries of the most striking posters most comprehenslvo exhibits of war (a question-itDlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo,. Judgo Mack Cook. "to dnte. Tho actual expenditures to $100,000,000; total, $4,100,000,000. ever designed by artists for conveying materials ever shown west of tho MisKy. cannon captured sissippi River, with Some other expenditures by the War Ideas that could arrest every eye. c'nto, and tho estimated expenditures County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows,, for the fiscal year of the United States Department were $375,000,000 for enThis wonderful collection of posters from tho Hermans In the present world Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Ky. operations, in wns designed by nrttsts whoso work war, trophies from many of the battleending Juno 30, 1919, nqgregate a war gineering mostly Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. 0 expenditure of $34,331,702,470, accord- Frnnce; $37,000,000 for flour, Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno, was chosen by a committee of Nation- fields, and with specimens of tho acSuperintendent E. S. Howard. by the Americans, for sugar, $43,000,000 for ba- al Liberty Loan workers, and were secoutrements used ing to the figures prepared by TheoKy. Jnllcr Worth TIchonor. British and French, are touring tho dore II. Price In an article In The Out- con, $12,000,000 for beans, $9,000,000 for lected from thousands of offerings. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stcvons, Beav Tnx Commissioner D. E. Ward. look on "The War Costs and the War tomatoes, $2,000,000 for rice, $47,500,-00- 0 The posters made their appearance seven states making up the Eighth er Dam, Ky. for rolling kitchens, $127,000,000 simultaneously all over the United Federal Reserve District In tho InterDebt." Surveyor C. 8. Moxley. Dlv. No. G Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, The article referred to probably Is for shoes, $5G5,000,000 for clothing; Stntes, and It Is small wonder that the est of tho Liberty Lonn Organization. E. P. Ilodgcrs. Coroner Ky. In the Third Liberty Loan campaign tho most concise review of the finan- $147,000,000 for blankets. people, regardless of age, paused as Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In. "Smaller" Purchases. FISCAL COUUT. cial situation as to the war that has they walked or drove along to admire exhibit trains toured tho country, but February; 1st Mondny In April; 1st Some smaller expenditures wero the striking display. then the material at hand was so been presented. Ono of the strange Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Aufeatures of the United States activity over $6,000,000 for axes, $1,635,000 for Walter II. Everett's design, tho origi pcanty that it was impossible to show in war preparations has been that the field stores, $2,700,000 for carpenter nal of which Is an oil painting, shows sufficient to arouse the interest of the ln Jnnuary, April and October. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st. gross authorizations of Congress have and $224,000 for blacksmith tools, a mother clutching a child to her spectator. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday in Dccombcr. For tho Fourth Loan It Is different. been accepted as the actual cost of the $2,500,000 for shovels lironRt uliHn .innttirr rllnes ti hir E. S. County Bonrd of Examiners Route 3, The department has bought 266,000 i cuirt. tnu mother's loft arm stretched Assembled ln vast warehouses in South 2nd District Sara L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. war up to the present. As a matter of fact, the gross authorizations have not wagons and carts, costing $37,000,000; forth in an agony of nppeal. This St. Louis during the past three months er Dam. Duff. been spent, and even of that portion and 410,000 horses and mules, costing j poster is lettered, "Must children die was a wonderful collection of the arms Jan. 2G and 2C Common School-Diplomthat has been spent there has been a $9,000,000; food for them cost $62,- - 'and mothers plead In wiin?" and is in of the nations nt war. There were tho nl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons.n. Examination. gas masks used by the French and the I th District G. W. Rowe, Center-towlarge .part of the expenditures which 000,000 and harness $29,000,000. io colors. At tho bottom is the ex- May 10 and 11 Common These are only some of the figures, hortation, "Buy More Liberty Uond3." Germans in their struggles for tho can be placed as an Investment at 100 per cent instead of an appropriation They seem large, but not so large W. C. Daughcrty.Bnlze-tow- n. Examination. Joseph 1'ennell has delineated the world supremacy, placed in passenger Stli District from which there Is no salvage or re- - when it is remembered that we have Statue of Liberty crumbling tinder coaches temporarily converted into exMay 17 nnd IS County Teachers' " nearly 2,000,000 men In Franco and al- - German shell fire, 'and silhouetted hibit cars. (Illi District . turn. W. S. Dean, Dundee Examination (white). If a worker In the ranks paid cash most as many in training here at home. against a lurid All Sorts of Weapons. are the blazing May 24 nnd 25 County Tenchcrs B. F. Ulco, Fordsvlllo. 7th District for a $G,000 home he could say that ho All of this money and all tho other ruins of the city of New York. This 11. There arc hundreds of the various C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination District (colored). had spent $G,000. But it would be only money raised by the Liberty Loans poster Is captioned. "That Liberty kinds of hand grenades used by tho 8th ford, Route 5. Juno 22 and 23 County and Stnto part of the truth, as he would still Boes to make our army, our navy, and Shall Not Perish From the Karth," and Central Powers and tho Allies, swords, Teachers' Examination (white). have the home, which would be worth our people powerful and victorious in the observer is admonished to buy Lib- cutlasses, daggers, trench knives used HAKTFORD.- Juno 28 and 29 County and State the,amount he paid out, and with the their war for freedom and right. erty Donds to prevent the vision be- - by tho Marines and hundreds of other Mayor J. E. Bean. Tcnchors' Examination (colored). advance of time It would increase In woe got the men, we ve got the tomlntr n tnrriiiio mniitv specimens of small arms, all of which value and his investment would be a ships and we've got the money, loo." j Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County nnd State Clerk J. A. Howard. Beat Back the Hun. have seen active service. good one. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (white). A poster by I Storthman shows a On fiat cars that comprise a part of . Big Investment Figures. green-eyeSopt. 27 and 2S County and State E. I Cnscbler. Hun with a bloody bayonet the trnln are great guns captured from Marshal peering over the edge of Europe, his the Germans and Austrlans, all camouThere are tremendous sums being How the $6,000,000,000 predatory gaze fixed on the United flaged and mounted the same as they paid out for war expenditures, but they are investments which, States. At the shoulder of the monwere tho day the victorious Allies overWILL YOU Loan Is Apportioned ster stands the ruins of a cathedral, came the Huns and took thousands of We Knock the Spots Out of Thlngi after the war Is ovi.t, are going to be TAKE while behind him floats the smoke of prisoners. worth more than 100 cents on each i dollar spent. The picture is Machine guns, the kind used by the ' "a",,ou conn.iBn.tlon. In a speech at New York the Secre- When a business man or a company tary of the Hun With i Americans and by all of tho nations, p,,nci "B1. announced that buys or builds a steamship line, or the amount of the Fourth Liberty Loan uiuni uuuur. are fastened on the cars and mounted One po.tter is a bloody handprint builds or buys a railroad, they have would be $6,000,000,000, that the rate so that the veriest tyro In tho war French Dry Clctned and Pressed U A Trealnsn! spent that amount of money which it of intciest would be His Mark; Blot Superior Manner. 44 per cent and captioned, "The Hun Bonds," typifying game may understand the terrible efT"""CT LHiLLLLr lLm costs to own the property, but they the bonds would mature on Oct. 15, It Out With Liberty for WEAK: weapons. fectiveness of these deadly still have the steamship or railroad 1938, but would be redeemable at the the murder lust of the Hun. The One of the Interesting exhibits is the Bend na your Garment! and LUNGS or line as an asset. So 'it is with the pleasure of the United States at par artist is J. Allen St. .John. 'array of air bombs, the kind that the Them i A pair of bloody boots, ornamented United States. Out of the sum total and accrued Intciest on and American blrdmen are carrying over CONSUMPTION after Oct. with tho imperial German eagle of expenditures made by the govern-men- t 15, 1933. and the frontier now and will drop on the CLEANED CLUAN the United States, after the war It has already been announced that captioned, "Keep These Off the U. S.," industrial region in the Rhine Valley Package! called for and uellvere over and democracy reigns through- tho campaign which opened Sept. 28 constitutes another poster. The artist and hasten the end of the war. Is A quick relief lor Ihil tirrJ. rundown frrllnc. couehi, pain In chtit. nlrhl in rati, btmor out the world, will own railroads that will close Oct. 19, 1918, and all sub- is John Norton. Depth Bombs, Too. 'have been constructed in France, scriptions must be filed on or before j A design by Ellsworth Young shows THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB rhiKft, weak itlunrf or comumption. II 11 you col you nothlof. There are depth bombs that have f .steamships that ply the oceans of the the latter date, accompanied by an r silhouette of a Hun dragging a girl, proen so effective ln removing tho A. Iv Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL CO. "world, docks from which the ships de- Initial payment of 10 per cent. Sub- against a background flecked with S&K" part, warehouses in which the ship- scribers are given the privilege of pay- blazing embers, and bears tho signifi- submarine menace, and when ono unHARTFORD. KENTUCKY. ments are stored, cranes with which ing In full for their subscription with- cant caption, "Remember Belgium." derstands the terrible power of the contained In the harmless-look-linthey are loaded and unloaded. out rebate of interest at the time of This poster is in four colors. guns ho will understand how the GOOD A poster by J. Scott Williams repreThe list of property also will include application. BUSINESS UNiVEiOT LEXIHGTOH, KY submarine commanders dread to see throughout large manufacturing plants Quotas assigned to the several fed- sents a figure of Victory bearing a 'the approach of tho American destioy-e- r te. nJ Sksmmt U W&sr R. Saith BuWu OUttt the country which will turn from mu- eral reserve districts are as follows; (flag and with marching troops silfiutlneu, Short Hand Typo Writing and Telegraphr that makes a specialty of dropping houetted against a stormy background. nitions and war supplies to needed Percent. Amount. Secured or Your Money Back This Ola and injlwnhat these depth bombs over the spot where Behind the figure of Victory is a maCol lot" ran do much for manufactured products which will re- Boston 8.33 You take tbo Drnneboti Training, tho $ 500,000,000 yout Ututcott and toward the undersea craft submerges. jestic representation of the American peace New York ... 30.00 store the embattled world to a tralnlnt: that business inn Jnlorto. You ocnrtnit a hgh malxntX 1,800,000,000 position, IHploroftftwirilrtl There is row after row of the great ciin take ittit college or lii tnall. Write eagle In full flight. This poster Is be- ful condition. Bpclal Omrnofor Philadelphia . 8.33 BUSINKKU COLLEC I 500,000,000 shells that screech over the battle DIUtUHO.VS riUCTICAI, Wr Employment lug lithographed in eight printings, and As a matter of fact, the authorlza- - Cleveland .... 10.00 l'adarah. COO.000,000 t 1hounr Itotfln anytime. nf uocpmfnl so marked that the fronts, each shell Is also being used as a cnhlaatr. tinns of Congress will aggregate j Richmond ... 4.6C poster 280,000,000 beholder may realize in a measure tho or billboards. 550,000,000,000 for the period from the Atlanta Uioaol a I.tr rrlaelpal. J'O ImIIm attsmllns lM 3.20 192.000,000 damage that can be wrought when Station. Cm4 tiniut home, forpartloul&n. a4Jrca, Heroic Designs. entrance of the war to the end of the Chicago 14.50 870,000,000 LEXIHOTON, KY. WILBUR R. SMITH thousands of giant guns are hurling Walter Whitehead has depicted an present fiscal year, June 30, 1919. The St. Louis 4.33 1 3 260,000,000 !An,er,can ln a heroic attitude, rifle these dreadful missiles miles through .first year's expenditures show that Minneapolis .. 3.50 210000000 ElE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE space and causing them to explode and $18,879,177,012 was spent and that Kansas City.. 4 33 260000000 Tllls 0Bynet in hantl lacing the foe. And Fitting of Glasses within the enemy lines. pos,er bears the stirring 130,000,000,000 was appropriated for Dallas 2.10 1"6000000 ,ion' "Come THE Every implement of warfare, the On!" and is lithographed the year ending June 30, 1919. These Sen Francisco 6.70 owensboro. ky.! SEWINQ kind that the daily papers mention in ln eight colors. figures, however, are what the governMACHINt "Hun or Home?" Is the caption of a every engagement, is shown ln countment was authorized to spend, not 100.00 $6,000,000,000 less numbers, and each is so labeled OF poster by Henry Raleigh. It represents what it actually did spend. In allotlng these quotas the Treasthat the spectator may know and un- USELIV-VER-LAQUALITY. Not All Wastage. ury Department has taken Into ac- ft Hun invading a home while a little derstand. X girl with a baby In her arms gazes In A survey of the figures shows that count the conditions existing in variThen there are pictures, charts and etartled apprehension. the United States did or will spend ous parts of the country, as well as the literature that accompany the trains. Howard Chandler Christy Is the NOT $3G,C9G,702,470. It U proper to deduct banking resources. With each train Is a corps of speakers, of a poster which shows the Unit-'SOLD from this amount the cost of the civilians, and soldiers that have seen figure of Victory towering abovo a gun and.uNDER States government for the same BOY HUNTER BUYS BONDS crew in action of a battleship, actual service, and who are sent back and capANY r conditions. time on a basis of to recover from their wounds. These tioned, "Clearing the Way!" Mr. OTHER This expenditure would have been "Shrimp" Is Some Prestidigitator Christy's representation of the gun speakers describe the various arms and NAME. Turns Coon Skins Into Liberty $2,305,000,000, which, deducted from the soldiers describe tho battles in crew was taken from a photograph Bonds. the amount actually spent under war fought and in which they which they made by an officer who was seated in undltlons, makes the actual expendiE. WARRANTED FOR received their wounds. Samuel Stanton of Sto. Genevieve, a funnel on a warship when a gun was tures because of the war $34,331,-702,47The train lb made up of flat cars, actually being served. you purchane the NKW HOMK you rllJ If Mo., who is best known by his nickPeel right all tho time. Don't lay oft have n life nuot n t tho price you pay, and will Experts have declared the poster to day coaches, sleepers and cafe cum. First of all, $10,000,000,000 has been name of "Shrimp," though only 12 be technically accurate, even to tho The workers in charge of tho train from work for days by taking calomo not havo an endless chain of repairs. hunter. keeps yoj or will bo loaned to the Allied govern- years nold, Is a mighty awl lmt,ln He marking of the shell Itself, wbleh dis- - live thereon and will remain until the when pleasant JLiv- - Ver-La- x 1 iiMiiln.1nfiiliii n of 1 per imnii ments at a rato 'of one-hal-f end of the campaign. Tho routes are on your feet, whiloreliovingyour trouj) Quality ?- " !le. Sufer too, and cosy to take. Don's ":. cent higher than the rate on the bonds record of county for killing coons. makes It initiated that it arranged and no changes can bo made take anything else. You can't nfTort Considered possums and crows. Tliero is only (is an in the United States. All of these estiactual servico shell for sinking In them. Bys it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat mates cannot be exactly correct, but ono passion In Shrimp's make up buumarines. it is the tern and relieves constipation. they are so close relatively that no ex- greater than his love of limiting, ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure CHURCH HAS LOAN LEGION Cheapest hatred of ception can be taken to them. Ships which is his in its edect und certain in results. Ii LOAN AhMS OUR SOLDIERS won't bo long before and shipyards have cost $2,750,000,000 William II of Germany. in the cod The recent ascending market of in evcr lallways and other permanent invest The subscribers to the Uborty Loans Pastor and Entire People "Lined Up" completely displace calomel freely uni bome.i Children can take it In pelts has enabled Shrimp to realize huvo pujehahed for tho War DepartBond Buying and for mints in France have cost $1,000,000, nu with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarBoosting. considerable pocket money. His re- ment over $4,006,000,000 of ordnunce 000, funds for the railways la this cdun Yf vmi irnnt nSAwlnff liinrhlnr. wrtla far. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Non j try, for the war finance and grain cor ceipts since the outbreak of the war $1,000,000,000 was spent for artillery; genuine without tho likeness and signc nil nln f sttftlrrt1fi liftla Vnll nil iwlmca lnl poratlons aggregate $1,050,000,000, havo been relatively heavy. Instead $300,000,000 for automatic rifles; Kccney ami U00 ture of L. K. Griguby. For sale by Rov. Arthur Halo 0 Tha New lloma Sewine Machine Co.. Orange, Ma& army wai chouses throughout the Unit of spending his savings for picture- for small anus; nearly $2,00o- - other peoplo of Jcffursonvillu, Intl., a i. a. WILLIAM8. S Hartfor. . snows una ouier irivoimes anu cauay. 000,000 for artillery ammunition id States $228,000,000, with other city of 12,000 souls, am formed Into a and u unuwi-and valuable investments to uum . j340.000.000 for small arms aminunl-larg- e battalion for tbo Fourth Liberty Loan i i enough to count, then purchased uion; $ipo';(iOO,000 was spent for the sum of $972,000,000. This is an army. They are uot tho only ones at I of sound Investments of Bonds., Jeffersonvlllo who arc loyul to tho gov- , wara'a'"' Vants mored motor cars. w leaving a total of $18,331,-702,47Tho young nimrod is looking for It is estimated that $7,000,000,000 ernment, but ure an illustration of the which may be regarded as tho ward to a fuither Investment In tho will bo spent by tho Ordnance Departspirit of tbo entire citizenship. United States' finnnclal contribution Government's fund 3. Ho lias taken ment this current year. Tho COO peoplo of Dr. Keeney'a bat towaid making tho world a safe haven orders for Miulrrels and rabbits, deEvery Amurleun wishes to have n tallon aro tho lucmbcru of tho Presbyliverable through November and De- part in winning tho war and supportfor democracy. terian Church of which ho Is tho pasIt does not represent the sacrifices cember, which with coon, possum and ing our soldiers who are lighting our tor. And they aro all Liberty Loan FOlt PERSONAL HYGIENE which the mother of the country ate skunk skins, ho plans to market, will battles in Franco. Every subscriber uoosteis to tho last ono of tlu-m-. They Bnsteecl w'icn everything e!s fails. ' Dissolved In water for douche atopr making, bttCauKu the blood shed Is of enable him to add another $100 4 nervou'i pros.cuti'A ur.d l.mala to tho Fourth Liberty Loan will havo havo bought bonds In the oibor pelvic catarrh, ulceration end inflamtr-uu tie BUprwne anil thoy mean to buy to tho fur mote value than any fluaiielnl con per cent Llbarty Bond to Ills estate, a part in the great achlovemonts 4hat mation Recommended by Lydia E. tcuifieil. 'imriy, k ivo. L.ij-- j thlemtion. lint the expenditure of life bhrliup declares that the next beet the American Army Is accomplishing, limit in this one. Thoy me equally Finkhnm Med. Co, for trn yrars. buy of the Fifth umi T?? KittX f,! V7EH AND ind funds today will prevent tit ureal-- Hung to utinif hi muiusle loader on und in the uoalevemonts which the iloterailnetl to A liealinjf wonder for na ol catarrh, i sacrifice of life and blood ut sami Sixth and Seventh &ad to the end of STOICS! TROUBLE Hun It to awn money with It tor Broiler American Army will aoom-plissoro throat end rore eye. Lconoir.icaL Hu xtoitJMiU clcaniinc .. tj stiivW il rwor. time In Uu future. buying Liberty Howla. tbc goveriittMU duawnd. v t..: l . u ... . vr sold ntkt print, over ft drofi','i counter. Vim2. 1 hd'ailen Tdlml Conway. Uolai. $100,-000,00$1,900,-000,000; s s $340,-000,00s tin, Hartford. Triisteo Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Hartford. 1st Mondny ln March 12 days 20. $145,-000,00- a I School-Diplom- a , , i Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR I GERMINAL REMEDY ' I rMK1 Ifor one month ' ' g 3 P OSITION to-d- S DR. J. H.THORPE 3 ! admoni-ino'nnn'nn- tSL0 NEW d pre-wa- For Lazy Liver the Troubles of Constipation. HOME ALL-TIM- 4 . fJLE! whole-hearte- ' mm $100.-000,00- J 0 '"jl "J pE very Woman 4 cam-palgil- u 1 jk c b t nejrT3 my-""-- ! i ""n, M, iMM IWllHllW hl. J .W r FIGHTING LOAN IS !! AMERICAN BREAKS MOBILITY " Farm DAY fiOO-nc- Department j m . Children Cry for Fletcher's Gfl T R AND SPEED LIMIT SAVES THE A Form Mario To 1'ny. farm in For ten years a central Michigan failed to pay interest on tho cnpltnl Invested. Ono year Bible way, especially wool, by not buy ing now coats, suits, sweaters nnd jjnapHHHBHipAaaaaHstt OFF OURTH LOAN SEC Fourth Liberty Loan Drive to Smash Another Record for Quick RCGUltS. FIRST WAS FOR ASSEMBLY, OND FOR ADVANCE GUARD, THIRD FOR OPENINQGUNS. NOW THE "HOT STUFF" IS ON "With This Liberty Loan lsue Hun Glimpses the Fiery i "Whcn was tho standard time brought into general use? W. K Covington, Ky. Tho Unit Wrltlno. ed States adopted standard tlmo in 1883 on tho initiative of tho Amorl can Itnllway Association, and at noon Loan wns Wlion tlio First Liberty of November IS, 1883 tho telegraph raised, In 1917, America was moroly ic signals sent out dally from the Naplnnnlng hor armies. The First Loan up tlio credit of was used val. Observatory at Washington wero I our Allies, to bolster Second Loan was When the changed to tho now system, according on wo were Just beginning to pot the to which tlio meridians of 75 degrees, angimnl, the patrols, we might say, 90 degrees, 105 degrees and 120 deof our forces overseas. JIIrIi Spots In Agriculture. grees west from Greenwltch became When tlio Third Loan wns floated Mottled butter is duo largely to un- tho time meridians of Eastern, Cen tin- - German drlvo was getting under even distribution of salt. tral Mountain aiftl Pacific time, re ft ay and tho Allied line In the west Thrco C's for caring for the milk spectively. was trembling. Kvitj then our troops, In tho homo: Keep it Cold, Covered while arriving In vast numbers, wore and Clean. not plnylng any nctivo part In the In what states is Columbus day a A ton of soy beans will yield about legal holiday? giant battles that were thundering 40 gallons of oil useful In various from tho North Sea down across Dally Reader, City October 12, France. ways. Columbus Day is n legal holiday in But the Fourth Loan! We havo twenty-fou- r pairs Ono hundred and tho following states: Alabama, Arizomarie history In tho last fow weeks. of birds nest on tho averngo farm in na, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Chateau-ThierrWho will ever forget the Northeast. Connecticut, Deloware, Idaho .Illiand Ilclleau? Or Cantlgny, or tho Tho sense of direction In migratory nois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, fighting In the Mnrno salient, Is ns marvelous as It is mystc- birds tint splendid victorious rush of the Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, jrioua. Tho familiar Inhabitants of the Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebras.Americana nut of tho Compiegne Wood Uiooryard martin boxes return tho ka, Nevada, New Hampshire, on the German flank, or the grim bat'next year, though meanwhile they Jersey, New Mexico, New York, New tling side by side with Frenchmen on Ohio, the way to St. Gobnln Wood? We have havo visited Brazil. Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Southern-mad- e been fighting since that Third Loan Tho melting point of Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont, Washwent over. Wo are fighting now. butter Is higher where cattle ington, West Virginia, also in Porto Response From the Homes. aro fed cottonseed products. Itico. This Fourth Loan Is a "Fighting Fall plowing, disking nnd harrowLoan." America has seen her dead In eggs of grasshoping help to destroy the hills and fields of France. Our casWhat was the first day of the year pers and other insects. ualty lists are lengthening. We are sirup can be made in ancient times? Delicious table faintly sensing the hurts that England J. L. M New Baltimore, Ohio from cull and waste apples by home and Franco have felt for more than developed by tho United The Athenians began tho year In methods four years. Hut our resources in men June, the Macedonians in September, Jind money have been scarcely touched, States Department of Agriculture. the Romans first In March and after while France and Kngland havo been s'eadlly throwing In their human and A llttlo pig loves sunshine and ward In January, the Persians on financial resources for weary year needs it almost ns much as he needs August 11, tho ancient Mexicans on after year food. No piggery is fit for the purpose February 23, the Mohammedans in Rut Ve have had n taste of the real unless It admits direct sunshine onto July. The Chinese year, which begins uially of the greatest war In history the floor of every pen at tho time tho early in February, is similar to the "This loan will be subscribed In many pigs are farrowed, furnishes plenty Mohammedan in having 12 months of homes with tho realization that one y who has gone will never again gladden of fresh air and provides for exercise 29 and 30 days, alternately, but in (lie doorway, and in thousands of o!h- in the open air. Dryness, sunshine, every 19 years there are seven years r homes there will bo the tense realiwarmth, fresh air, freedom from which have 13 months. This Is not zation that every bond bought and drafts, and exercise are of primary quite correct, and the Chinese have tvery dollar subscribed is helping to importance in raising pigs. These se- therefore formed a cycle of GO years, back up the lad overseas who has gone cured the battle is half won. In put- in which period 22 intercalary it from that home. ting up buildings the. six require- months occur. American cannon arc thundering In ments Just mentioned must bo kept the Tout sector, they have smashed What team won the 1915' world's constantly In mind; not one can b? their way Into St. Mlhlel, they aro There are some people to the credit neglected. series? menacing tho Rhine cities and roaring Kokomo, Fan, Ind. Boston fields of Picardy. of America and Americans, there are oer the many of them who are beginning (Amorican League) defeated Phlla- As we raise this loan we have the feel- ,'not llcgln Feeding, Hlliixo Now. ing that at last we have "gone In" and to say: "Well, the Allies have the Much feed Is wasted by failuro to dclpha (National Leaguo) 4 games are massing for that last series of ter- Germans on the run, and we won't finish packing the silo properly after to 1. get Into the army or raise so rific blows that are to shake the Im- 'need to j filling. The top should be leveled oft perial German strongholds from cen- i much money for Liberty Loans." What is the weight of the equip These are the same whimpering tramped thoroughly, and then well ter to circumference. For this is a "Fighting Loan." Those souls who were ready to admit thnt soaked. A layer ot dry stalks run ment carried by a soldier? C. Q. Anniston, Ala. that havo gone before wore tho loans the Allies were whipped last April, through the cutter will also help to of preparation, of making ready, but May and June, when tho Germans were keep the top ot the silago from spoil- According to the Ordance Bureau of at last we are ready. Our full strength smashing away trying to get to Paris. ing. It Is bettor, prohaps, to com- the war Department tho metal equipThey are willing to do anything that mence feeding silago ns soon as filling ment carried by each soldier weighs Is finally being mobilized. The Hun has felt tho power of America and has will ease some of the strain that war is completed, in which case there is no 294.65 ounces, and an additional M putting on them and the rest ot the jiolrd under the strength of the country. Thoy are willing to admit wasto. If that Is done tho tendency of weight of 114,7 ounces Is added by that has come to the rescue of cows to lessen milk production be- equipment of cotton, wool leather tho Old. With the Fourth Liberty Loan defeat if it will make things a little cause of scanty feed is checked. Don't and wood. Each soldier, therefore, Is easier for them for a short time. (the German has glimpsed the fiery J They are willing to let the Germans wait until winter to feed silage; do It supplied with 25 pounds of equip, writing, painted on the skies of Franco escape punishment if it will keep them now. ment, this being exclusive ot that own borders by the great and along his Ifrom having to dig up for another Libsupplied by the Quartermaster Corps. 'guns of America. This Is the "Fighting Loan." There erty Bond. They are whimperers and Tho hog raiser whether ho has 2 quitters, seekers of the softest and Is an "American Sector" now. It is no On what date did the Austrian or 200 pigs, who lirovides pasture for tiny llttlo fragment of tho great line i easiest way. They would let the Ger- them whenever possible is tho .one Emperor Franz Joseph dlo, and hov mans propose an armistice, propose f, that runs up from Switzerland to the who makes the production of pork old was ho at the tlmo of his death? sea. It is growing and growing, re most any kind of a peace that tho Inquirer, Bellofontaine, Ohio. most profitable. lieving the tired fighters of France and Huns wanted. hea- Emperor Francis' Joseph of Aus- They have forgotten, or do not care Tho raising of wearied men of Uritaln, giving tho died on Novomber 21, ,vy- - yielding forage crops, such as soy them a chance to rest and again hurl anything about the crimes of tho They aro a sort of human beans, cow peas, clover, etc., to be 1916, at tho age of 86. themselves into the lino that is now moving eastward and northward with 'jellyfish, but for tho good of America fod green to live stock instead of they are outnumbered by tho Ameriupon tho ordinary pasture . the relentlessness of Fate. Is tho Queen of Spain of German cans, the real Americans who wnnt to crops has long been advocated by tho descent? II. J.-And tlio "Fighting Dollars" of AmerManchester, Ohio. finish this job and finish It right away. ica are backing up that fighting lino They may as well of AgriTho Queon of Spain was tlio make up their minds United States Department of American ollvo drab and making that tho great majority aro going to culture. Hogging down such crops daughter.of tho lato prince Henry of the "Fighting Loan" ono of tho milehas beon practiced most successfully Hattenberg see this thing through. and Princess Beatrice stones of the great war. by experienced hog raisers, who find daughter of tho Queen Victoria. The that this method, aside from reduc- mother of the King of Spain was an PITY BELGIAN FARMERS CHURCH JOINS SPIRIT ing the cost ot producing pork, also Austrian Princess, Maria Christina. Germans Take the Grain and Then reduces the labor materially. When Cincinnati Enquirer. OF FOURTH LOAN Make the Grower Pay for Flour. hogs are permitted to harvest theso deActivities of the church Catholic, who is interested only crops for themselves repeated When vou nave Backache the liver Protestant and Jewish throughout in The farmer getting prices for his monstrations havo shown that there or kidneys are sure to be out ot gear. the Eighth Federal Reserve District, produce shoulu ton to Belgium for his Is no wasto, which is an objection Try Sanol, it does wonders for the J ii city, town and country, indicate the raised by thoso who havo liver, kidneys and bladder. Inspiration. A German officer comes that A trial church has entered fully and completealong and demands all tho grain, not tried the plan. ly into tlui spirit of the Fourth Liberty BOc bottlo will convince you. Get it f promising to return In the 46-Loan campalgu. Enthusiasm without at the drug store flour. When tho flour arrives, liullimu County Attacks Hats. atlnt seems to have been turned loose form of some mistake it cannot bo dethrough Morgan County, Ind,, had more from the pulpit and the patriotism of iti:i) citoss. foV In casL. tho loyal members of tho chuich has' livered until paid rats and mlco than it wanted, so it The farmer piotes' , but he must been aroused to tho point of self planned n "rat week." The purposo For tho second time the espionage support in tho havo food; so, if he bus any money, ho was to start a concerted attack on the and passes It over. If he is lucky, ho gets prowar. rnts and mlco in tho week previous to act has been Invoked to obtain a receipt which says be will be county agent tection for tho Red Cross. William E. after the end ot the war, it he tho storing of grain. Tho WILL WORK HARD can prove his claim. advertised in tho papers and enlisted Martin was convicted In the foderal matter of common tho members of tho United States court at Greenville, Tenn. on a charge Obstacles uie never allowed t Im- - j Now, it is a ot slandering tlio Red Cross. first louo. me progress m uuy jusi ami knowledge that Germany from tho Eng- Hoy's Working Reserve. Reports are county agent worthy cause, especially that of bis has expected to whip France and Incomplete but tho country, when Jtuv. M. A. Szamotulskl, land, and then make rich America pay Articles mado by the allied prisontho number of rats had been the war. Let every faraor, tho bill for pastor of Immaculate Conception Cathand consequently a ers interned in Switzerland have had reduced then, imagine the visit ot a German greatly olic Church, Ovvensville, Mo., has largo quantity of grain has beeu sav- such a largo sale, that a Red Cross to do with the cause. "At pies-nt,- " officer with a squad of Uhlans marchreported that he killed bureau will bo organized Immediately lie says, In writing of the elfort ing up to take possession ot his gran- ed. Ono boy ary. And then If he doesn't feel u 97 rats and 393 mlco. Anothor killed to take chargo of such sale in this put forth in tho Fourth In) expects to country. Tlio annual output now Liberty Loau campaign, "we havo to neighborly interest in the fanners of 84 rats, a third 37, and a fourth 28. iimounts tu about $45,000 in value. think over how to cover our War Sav- Plunders, perhaps he will bo impeilod Agrees To Conserve Wool. ings Stamps quota as we aro short. to take precautious to see that such things do not happen bore. He will What would you do If you wero u Hut ono thing I know, and that Is, One whole community In Iowa has buy Llborty Bonds. will work and work hard." pledged duriug tho remainder of tho soldier overseas and heard that a wur to conserve clothltig in ovcry po3- - bank at homo had called in your loan, the y des-poru- Although the sheer weight of America's millions of troops will bo sufficient to crush the Hun back of the Ithlno and batter down upon tho Ioniser's cars tho remnants of tho world crown lie thought to wear, it has not been .numbers, but typical American mobility, which has saved tho day for the Entente thus far. Wllhelm and the German general Htaff, admitting the gigantic resources of the United States, mado tho error of calculallng In yenrs Instead of weeks tho time necessary for the shaping of thoso resources for war purposes. The day thnt we entered tho war scores of our fleet destroyers sped cast across tho Atlantic To a ship they reported upon arrival at British naval bases, "Ready for action." Speedy Accomplishments. When continued losses by submarines seemed likely i mako good tho Germnn threat to starve England, Schwab turned a hundred shipyards loose on a shipbuilding program such as tho wildest optimist had not dreamed possible. American railroad men built 2,000 miles of track in France; hundreds of huge warehouses were erected; mountains of food, munitions and other supplies were landed. When tho Germnn mosses, released from all Eastern fronts, began their ominous drive through Picardy, American troops, months In advance oven of the hurry-uAmerican program, began to pour through the chnnnel gateways, and tho liun was held, then driven back. Thus American ability to concentrate quickly its war efforts on nny given point on tho enemy line has foiled every Hun nttempt, whether by sea or land. Now the Fourth Loan. A really great demonstration of this American faculty will be given In tho Fourth Liberty Loan. Confronted with the necessity of rnislng a war loan of twice the size of any of Its predecessors, we nre called upon to finish the task in three weeks. Only by the full and united effort of every man, woman and child In tho United States can this great task be completed n the time set. It is ns certain that it will be completed successfully as that the grim courage of America on French battlefields will continue to batter back the Hun. Be sure you do YOUIl share. p epoch-makin- nftor tho owners had been Induced to tho mako certain radical changes farm payed nil expenses of opcrntion nnd returned thoin flvo per cent on an Investment of $60,000. These changes were: for Substitution of four-hors- o machinery; Substitution of better stock for unprofitable cows In tho dairy herd; adoption of tho silo llan; ultowanco to the foreman, in addition to his salary, of 10 per cent of the net incomo of the farm. Kxponccs of operating tho farm, but not tho interest on the capital, were deducted from tho Income before tho foreman received his percentage. Tho owners yielded to the plan when they found that for every dollar the foreman got under such arrangement they would rccoive nine. two-horse drosses unless absolutely necessary. Tho homo demonstration agent who roports tho fact to tho United Stntcs Department of Agriculture Had pointed out to tho community tho necessity of making the wool supply go ns far as possible toward meeting wnr noeds. Washington Government Printing Office: 1918. 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"Camouflage liablcs," soldiers call the children at tho day nursery just eatabllslic-- ' by tho American Cross at tho Amorican army camouflage factory In France. While the 900 women workers aro busy ut tlio at plant, their babies stare wldo-oye- d the Mother Goose paintings with which the camouflage artists have covered the doors, ceilings mid walls of tlio nursery. When the Amorlcun Hed Cross workshop lu London received an urgent appeal for 200.000 first-ai- d packages, tho committee lu chargo repack plied. "Wo will deliver flrst-al- d ages as requested at rate of 15,000 u week, beginning at once." The ordor hud to bo filled without Interfering with tho regular hospital supply output of the shop, nnd each. package was to contain twelve articles, but tho workshop exceeded Its promise the first week, aud a fow wueks Inter, tho entire ordor was in the hands ot the army authorities. top-notc- n one-hal- yr military hos- sacrifice whole-hearte- d teiva-burse- es any-gjhln- g 1 about 9,000 luon, aro now receiving lied Cros3 aid, and directly back of tho flrlug Hue, through the assistance of tho Hed Cross, instant attention for sold-lo- rs too badly Injured for transportation to tho hospitals is being urrangod-f- or ut surgical posts for S00 first lino surgeons. "Let walnut timber shipments keep puco with tho government's military program," Is tho appeal printed on "enrollment blanks" recently circulated In tlio Indiana walnut holt by the Hurtford County Chapter of tho Hed Orobs. Government minimum und maximum prices for walnut, logs ami. for standing timber aro quoted on tho blanks, pitals, accommodating Tho American Hed Cro33 has given The Hurtful d Hepiiblli'iin $t.50 joar KKNKIIUiK AND PATRIOTIC. Contcrtown, Ky., Oct. 14. Editor Republican, Hnrtfonl, Ky, Dear Sir: I was glad to read your reply to tho Governor's rebukes to tho Republican party, and do not think you said any too much. I think It Is tlmo every true Republican was calling n halt, on such rot as the Democratic party leaders are putting out, and getting down to business. We keep hearing tho Injunction coming from Democrntlc speakers, to support the President, although Republicans nro supporting the President In every way except to vote tho Democrat ticket, and I don't suppose American citizen nny reasonable thinks they should do that. It Is a plain fact that it Is going to take more than voting tho Democratic ticket to win tho war. It is going to take men, money, material and nil the food that America can furnish to win the war, and this should bo backed up by a solid American citizenship rind the best brains we have In all parties. This is no timo and all patriotic for mudslinglng, citizens of grand old America, of whatever political faith they may be, should see to It that poHtIc3 be kept out of war management. Let us all do all that wo can to t In hold up the hands of our this trying time, as he needs the support of tho whole American people. Let the laborer do all he can, for he has as Important part In this war as the soldier; and not only tho Inborer; but every man in every walk of life has a very useful part to carry in the winning of this terrible war, If lie will .only do his part. Now for the present I think all political parties should go shoulder to shoulder in the struggle for the world peace, which 'can only come when the Huns 'are conquered; remembering that the harder the fight and the. stronger the support given, tho sooner will our brave boys be released and returned to their loved ones and home-again- . Truly youts, H. C. LAKE. Pre-dJm- I: yC$J2 "5)7 WEST TRONT L-2H ti MERICA'S BEST FOOTWEAR. Made for the women of America by Amer ica's greatest shoe manufacturing organization, specializing on good shoes for every woman. 'Oueen Otralitv" shoes have maintained their high standard of quality and kept their prices within reasonable and ecmitable limits. Fail nd Winter shoe styles to American women genuine beauty and grace in footwear of established reliability and true value. "Queen Quality" shoes are "Quean Quality" manufacturers and merchants pledge to you Price Equalization within limitations stries preThis beautiful fiRute, adapted ai truly representative of "Queen Quality," will be seen wherever the shoes are sold. It is reproduced in colors on the cover ol tho Fall and Winter Style Booh, noiu ready tor ficncrcl distribution. scribed by the War Indu- commensurate with Maximum Quality and satisfaction to every woman. cU I the standard of comfort, Board. They are -- fit and corrective features. HI. : Buy "Queen Quality" shoes with confidence c Varm land for sale. About six hundred acres of No. 1 farming lanafknown as the J. F. Collins farm on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike. About 165 acres in cultivation and balance cut over land, well drained. Will be sold in tracts to suit purchaser. For further in formation and terms, see M. H., or W. H. COLLINS,Hart-ford- , Ky. CARD OK THANKS. 6-- 5 and wear them with pleasure. They fulfil and conform to every American ideal. Approved styles being shown all over the country. Now ready for your kind consideration at the store of A A ) A f Jfc ff LP. Apprrtoed sttflt, made nt bitch 1tid,aUo ten nt tobacco rail, and similar ztyks U otter &BR0 Beaver Dam, Kentucky HER ttruwn The Ghl Military," Tabatco or tan calf, alto arau, field inoute, tobacco or black thj'$iX2p kid. tf T I? i We desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their many acts of sympathy tendered us at the death of our darling Also baby, Virginia Bell Southard. to the donors of floral offerings. We are especially grateful. MOTHER AND FATHER. - KM) IT FORKVKK. The great war has already more than 40,000 American as casualties. The lUt will con stantly grow larger. England has lost more than 900,-00- 0 troops In killed alone. The German loss In killed hah been more than 2,000,000. The French losses have been almost as great. Statisticians who have made a study of war casualties declare that in killed alone the casualties or ull nationb Russians, Serbs. Rumanians, Turks, Austrians, Itulgars and have been those before mentioned more than 10,000,000. The majority of these men were young. They wore tho men who would have tilled the fields, worked in tho hhops and raised the families of tomorrow. , They were the promises, unfulfilled by tho mad dream of tho brute at Potsdam. Tun inllion lives cilt off at tho tlmo whan they were bioudouliig into usefulness to civlhitlou. Civilization is paying the price and must continue to pay. Rut this orgy of blood shed, of murder and rapine mut never bo re-p- J" K o Grau, mute or t'tatco hro&i hid, alto fitld mous top wtth brawn Various $imllar Hyltu kid vamp. 61-- . i .. ki i This fian Json wool r,au to hzd tit thirty call, Tht at tlmilar ttyttt of othur UJthtrs and pattern. . " Ami v Vi, A Wach hldhoet ofbtcmty an I eraee It ha $impltcity of (tn and dlf txlty of style fur tailor-masown. Cray, ficM loaif, tobacco brown A J, at the leather uttd in thlt hand torn model Many $tmllar itultt arr -- 'i 'ii r m zee XC TT. TT. 3T THOMAS G. PLANT COMPANY BOSTON II IE ZJOC xc 3X ZEE 3X MANUFACTURERS MAES m R. I II.IMI IIIIIIIBMWMBBMMMMrMlMWWBMMMMMMIMIMWMWMMMiWMMPWMWMaiMBMMMMMBMMBMMMMMilMiW fell ill. You can't afford a now house, but you could if it were burned. You can't afford a new coat but you could if It iworo worn out. You can't afford n liberty bond, but you would loso your child and your wife and your homo and your busi ness and your coat If tho Kalsor won this war, which is precisely what would happou if every one refused to make a llttlo sncrlflce. And tho Kaiser wouldn't kIvo It back with four und a iuartor por cent Interest, either. ASSKSKMUNT XOTIC'H. ' eluding a reasonable attorney fee, and tho cost of this sale, I will oiler tor salo at public outcry to tha highest and best bidder, at tho on hotiso in Hartford, Kentucky, Monday, November 4, 1918, (It being regular county court dayj nt about the hour of one o'clock p. in., on u credit, of six and twelve months;, the following described properly. A certain tract of land In Ohio county, Kontucky, boui.ded us Reglunlng at a stone, said being A. L. .Muddox's corner alfo; thence V. 140 chains to a Mono, said Maddox's corner alrfo; thenco N. 479 to a stone, holm; .;ald ftluii- dox'a toruur also; thenco V. .",097 Casobior's lino, to a stone In O. and being A. L. .Maddux's corner W. with tho old thenco S. 2 lino 2422 chains to u stone, beliiK Verda Sladdox's corner also, an I In old lino being G. C Case-blor'- B line ulso; thenco S. SS 13. :I41C with Vorda Maddox's lino to tho Sl.G .acres, Containing ntoro or less. A right of way for road 16 foot wldo along tho line between said A. L. Mnddox tract and Vorda Maddox tract from beginning comer of said tract to tho oast to tho road between A. L. Maddox tract and J. K. Maddox tract being reserved. ' Said tract of land being convoyed to J. M. Vincent, deceased, on tho 1st day of March, 1904. by A. U. Maddox and OUlo M. Maddox, by deed of record In tho Ohio County Clork's bo-lu- g ul-s- o; clt-uat- The tlmo In which you may assess your property Is rapidly drawing to tod.' It Ls you who munt soo that it is a fln.se, bo you that have not heeded not repeated. the call, Ket busy and present your1JUV MORE WIIKRTY HONOS self and list at my olllco immediateIf you have bought. DRY MORE. ly. D. E. WARD, Louisvlllo Horald. County Tax Commissioner. When ou nave Backache the liver MASTKR t'OMMISKIOXKK'S SAI.K. or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. Try Sanol, it docs wunders for the I. A. Vincent. Ohio Circuit Court. I'luintilf. llvor, kidneys and bladder A trial Va. Notice of Sale GOc bottle will convince you. Get It Ray Vincent, Defendant. lly virtue of a judgment and order 4G-at the drug store of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, t at Its Sontember term, rendered 11)18. in tho nhovQ styled ucCon. for "CANT AFFORD IT." tho purpose of a salo and applying the proceeds to the education and olllco. (ChlcKO Tribunt.) Thlt) land to ho sold subject to tho maintenance of the dofumliiut, Ray You wiii't uftord to giv a tliousand Vincent, and for tho purpose of nay- - rights of the widow, Mrs. Carrlo Mat- -; cow Id if your child ltib' all tho cost of this action, in- - thews dqllort, but you Tho coal, mluerul, uud gas v-- reserv- of October, 1918. gum, A. V. Maddox and Jeff Curtis OTTO C MARTIN. corner; thenco with Curtis' lino i ed. Tho purchaser will bo required to Master Commissioner, Ohio Circuit lods to tho beginning containing, lot 16ta ucres, ocing pun or mo saint i;m execute bond with approved security Court. mm immediately aftor sale, and a lien conveyed to T. K. Halls, deceased will be retained ou tho land until MASTKi; COM.MISKIOXKR'S SAM'J. by T. S. Heuuett by deed dated Oc payment of tho bonds Is made in full. tobor 26, 1906, nud of record in deo (llvon under my hand this, tho lCth book 29, pugo 181, Ohio County Ohio Circuit Court. day of October, 19 IS. Clerk's oilier. John Y. Halls, et al., IMalutifls, OTTO C. .MARTIN, Tho mineral underlying tho nbov Vs. Notice of Salo lOt.'i Master Commissioner. described land Is reserved, havlntj Henrietta Halls, Defendant. John T. Rono, Attorney. lly vlrtuo of a Judgment und order boon heretofore conveyed, subject ti mm Said property to bo sold of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court right of dower NOTICK. rendered nt Its July term, 1918, thotho widow of T. F. and homesteut Hulls, Honriot for the purpose of a salo to satisfy of Ohio Circuit Court n Judgment of Mrs. Kmnui Halls, tn Halls. Tho purchaser will ho required t Wilson, et ill., 1'lalntllTs, J. A dm rx,, vs. Henrietta Halls, In tho Vs. Notice sum of $45.00, with Interest ut 6 exocuto bond Immediately aftor salt. M. T. Likens, Admr. et al., Dofts. por cent from March 27, 19 15, until wltli approved security, uud u llqi All persons having claims against ", ,ai,i, nd tho furthor sum of $64.03, will also no retained on the laud un tho estuto of Mrs. Agues Drown, de with Interest at tho rate or. 6 per til bonds uro paid in full. Given under my band this, tho 15tl ceased, will fllo tho same with mo at cent per annum from September 21, my olllco in Hartford, Ky., properly 1917, until paid, tho cost of thla ac-i- day or October. 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN. proven and verified, on or beforo und of his salo, I will offer for 1 6 1 .! Master Commissioner. 11th. 1918. bale at public outcry to tho highest Foglo & Fogle. Harnes & Smith (11 von under my hand this 15th und best bidder nt tho court hoiibo day of October. 1918. door in Hartford, Kontucky, on Mon- Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. OTTO C. MARTIN. day,. Novembor 4, 1918, (It being Master Commissioner, Ohio Circuit regular County Court duy) ut about NOTICK. 1G13 tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., Court. tho Ohio Circuit Court following described proporty or a BUillcIoncy thereof to pay tho abovo Robert Konncday, Admr., Pl'ff. NOTICK. Vs. Notlco. Judgments, interests and cost A tract of lan'd ill Ohio County. Laura Keiineilay, nt al., Dofts. Ohio Circuit Court. All persons having claims ngalns Kontucky. ns tho waters of howls Martin Flener. Admr,, et al, I'l'ffs. Vs. Notice Creek and bounded and described as tho estate of Thomas Kq'nuedny, do ceased, will lllo tho same with mo n Letha McKluuey, et al., Dofts. follows: Heglnulug at a stake or stone in jny ollico In Hartford, Ky., properly All persons having claims against tho estate of S. P. McKluuey, de Jeff Curtis' lino; thenco N. 09 rodi proven nud verllled, on or boforo tli ceased, will lllo tho same with me nt to a Htako, Honnott's corner; thonce 11th day of November, 1918. my olllco in Hartford, Kentucky, uaBt with T. 8. Dennett's lino 148 i uivon under my Hand this iijtn da properly proven uud verllled, on or rods to a iiicuory aim mapia; inoucu t uhuito, uio. I OTTO C. MARTIN. beforo tho 11th day of November, nearly Kast with C. W. Huntor's lino line; Master Commissioner, Ohio C oul?, 191S. to his corner in A. C. Maddox's Cdurt. ICt." Given under my hand this 15th duy thouco with his lino to u stouo and on or to-w- lt: , underlying said land being ii 1