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STANLEY Jtrtod DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS plies. cold-blood- flejtttMrcau Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 0III0"C0UNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918. tho majority of voters ot Kentucky. Tho condition of OUIo James, hopo of whoso recovery had been abandoned months before tho primary, was carefully kept from tho Domocratls of Lying news Items were Kentucky. sent out Tho Times receiving them nml quietly and promptly burning them up and refusing to aid In deceiving tho people to the effect that Olllo was doing well, and would soon bo up and about. Such a disgraceful flirtation with death Itself is tho pago in all tho hismost tory of politics of this or any other No country. Democrat Is bound by any rule of party regularity to veto for Stanley. HOBKItT MAItKS DEAD. ed n fixed committee which In no ficnao represented tho sentiment of No. 17 PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Tho world Is talking peaco and fighting war. Tho exchango of peaco notes has in no way effected tho determination of tho Allies to push tho fighting with hurricane forco. Tho Gorman nrmy Is clearing out of Uclglum and France as rapidly ns tho harrying attacks of their pursuers will allow. Whllo parleying for peaco tho enemy Is making a frantic effort to withdraw Its dwindling armies to n shorter and more defensible line, nearer to his base ot sup- Todd County Times Speaks Right Out In The Mcctin'. Tho Toilil County Times, George AVcathcrs' paper, publlsned at Elk-IoIs ono ot tho highest class wcok-l- y newspapers published In tho Sinto, nnd It Is published in u county tlint In sovcrnl precincts does not hnvo Ucpubllcnns enough to servo us cleo-tlo- n n, officers. Hut tho Times, for Twenty-fiv- e n loynl and nblo exponent of Domoc-rnc- y balks nt Stnnlcy. Tho Times Is a real newspaper, that dares possess Its own soul, and stand for tho Hut best Interest of Its country. wo shall not speak for tho Times, but let It speak for Itself. Referring to the present campaign for tho United States scnatorshlp, It says: Call. Tliuso esteemed gentlemen who nro quartered In tho Seolbach (German nnmo) hotel, under tho tltlo of tho "Democratic Stnto Campaign Commit-- , tec," would have deprived the papers f all space given tho advertising of tho Fourth Liberty Loan It they had only hud their way about it. Killing their stomachs on $G beefsteaks and sleeping on tho best beds In tho city (free ndvortlslng, Herr Soolbachs) they have been bombarding tho Democratic papers of tho Stnto with n lot of rot as to tho "unimpeachable Integrity" of Owsley Stanley, etc., etc.. etc , which they wished run frco of charge. Tho Times has burned these communications with nil possible rapidity, and ABSOLUTELY GIVEN to I'nclo Sum every Fourth Mbcrty Loan advertisement. Not n cent has this paper received during this loan for one Inch of Its advertising spaco, nni It hasn't attempted to get It. It's doing mighty Httlo anyhow, it thinks, compared with tho humblest boy, God bless him, who Is over In tho trenches lighting cooties and Huns for our freedom and the freedom of all tho pcoplo of the world. However, It doesn't think It necessary to display Its patriotism that it give, frco of all charge, to a bunch of politicians space which constitutes its stork In trado in order to help to a b a man whose chief four distinction Is that for nearly years ho has held an ofllco that was stolen for him and who now nomination, holds a machlnc-mndand of whom ONK OF TUB VKIIY BIGGEST GUNS on tho present campaign committee onco remarked, on a train coming out ot LonlavHlo "Of course, overyiiouy knows Owsley Stanley is tho biggest liar in too State of Kentucky!" $7.500-n-ycar-Joo Hubert Mnrks, oldest son of Mrs. T. S. Mnrks, of this place, died In Owonsboro, lato Wednesday afternoon, from an nttack of pneumonia, Mr. following a enso of "flu." Marks resided hero for a number of years, but during tho past two or thrco years had been In Owensboro, HOCKPORT IN GRIP OF THE DKADLY FLU employed by an undertaking estabHurlal will take placo In lishment. "While tho whole country Is In tho Elmwood, Owensboro, this morning vlco-llk- e grip of the epidemic ot Inat U o'clock. fluenza, perhaps no other small town mother-in-lain tho entire country has suffered tkouiile. more severely than hns tho small Slnco tho remotest ages of record- town of Hockport, in tho southern question part of tho county. The first death ed time tho mothcr-ln-lahas baffled philosophers and disturb- from epidemic occurred there OcIt is a question over tober 9, slnco which 'timo 20 other ed families. ancient and over icw. May bo the deaths havo occurred In tho two is sometimes to blame, Hockport voting precincts, and more but there is such a fixed and lnorad-icatabl- o than ono hundred and fifty other projudlco against mother-in-la- cases now oxist. Tho situation is made that it Is difficult for them to worso on account ot a scarcity of docin tors and nurses. get Justice Volunteer nurses, before tho court, s, equation dosplto the natural caution about which the mother-in-laIs that of Bonnie Long and coming In contact with persons afMrs. Sarah Jnno Stewart, of Manda. flicted with tho disease, have respondSarah ed nobly, but still tho number Is not it seems that mother-in-laHennlo, adequate. There wero six burials of Jnno lives with a dlf- - Hockport victims Tuesday, and the and tho expected happened forenco of honest opinion, r.nd Sarah crisis, does not yet appear to bo passJane prays the court to put legal re- ed. Tho dead are: Clayburn Wilson, Georgia Tlche-no- r, straint on Hcnnlo's unrestricted free Bort Simpson, Mrs. Mlnnio Heck, dom to use laugungo forbidden by the ordinary rules of politeness, to one's Maurino Harrel, Annie E. Her, J. A. wife's mother. Wo have not formed Howard, Sr., Ova Smith, William nor expressed such an opinion as Smith, D. W. Jones, Mrs. Rebecca would legally bar us from sitting on Douglas, Georgo L. Smith, E. AV. Chlnn, Jewell Scott tho Jury In llennlc's trial, but we will Carpenter, venture an opinion, thot becnuso of Grooms, Mrs. T. B. Southard, white, tho traditional projudlco against nnd tho following colored persons: niothers-ln'law- , that a Jury will look Chas. Dixon, Beatrice Vonablo, John on his transgressions" with an eyo of Wright, Esslo Hlnes, Joseph Mooro. m allowance. o LATEST PEACE NEWS. w w son-in-la- w w w en-torw son-in-la- w Tho retreat of tho German army over a vnst territory 13 por-hatho best conducted retreat of 'a great army In all history. Loss of men and material has been considerable but no overwhelming disIf the weather holds favorable three asters have been encountered. weeks longer Franco and Uclglum will be cleared of the enemy. It Is both n drlvo and a retreat. Tho enemy Is too weak to hold Its lines but strong enough to retreat with soma measure of order. In the cast conditions nro extremely favorable to tho Allies. It is tho opinion of tho military exports that Turkey and Austria have fought their last battles and nro Impatient to lay down their arms. Tho withdrawals of these countries from tho war will liberate a big nrmy on the cast, ready to attack tho Hun nt his back door, in tho early spring. Summed up, tho enemy Is weakened but not destroyed, nnd if ho determines to fight to the last ditch tho war will run into another year, with n certainty of an ending in 1919. ps AVORKING BOUIJLESIIIKT. Mr. Fred Tinsley, of the Nocreek country, is right up close to the head of tho class when It comes to conserving food supply to win the war. In pounds of frying chickens, number of laying hens and dozens of eggs, Mr. Tinsley's saving amounts In tho aggregate to a sum worth while. Some time In the spring he set a steel trap on a post In his field, where chicken hawks wero accustomed to sit while surveying the neighborhood for chickens, quail and other birds, and caught a largo hawk tho first day the trap was set. Removing tho hawk lato in tho afternoon, ho set tho trap ready for the next day, and early tho next morning found that' owls used by night the post hawks used by day, and beside an uncounted number ot hawks Mr. Tinsley has during tho summer caught 34 owls. The trap went along uncomplainingly working a night and a day shift, catching hawks by day and owls by night, with the result mentioned. Mr. Tins-le- y says, that counting the number of chickens, birds and rabbits, he has saved In tho country's meat supply, and making due allowance for the number of eggs saved through the pullets rescued from tho hawks and owls, entitles him to a fair measure of credit for practicing food conservation. PEOPLE AX1) PEOPLE. AX OLD LAND MAHK. . ' Tho most disgusting and outrageous stunts In all tho history ot Kentucky politics was tho writing of u lcttor from "Democratic" headquart- ors to tho preachers ot tho Stato, telling them it was tholr "CII1USTIAN pntrlotlc duty" to lino up everybody they could for Stanloy. God novor uiado a better man than Owaloy Stanley's futhor, nml ho novor made, a' more shining o.xumplo ot an unworthy To Mm of a most Illustrious siro. associate Owsley Stanley's name with that of tho man of Galllloo Is to openly Insult tho life and works of "the most sublime character that over graced tho mighty tide of timo;" and tho preachers aro going to It just as they should resent It. ro-se- nt Tho old log school house that had served Its purpose for more than a half century, for tho Sarvls Hill district, was torn down a fow days ago. About four years ago a now school building was erected, but only lust week tho old land mark wns removed. Tho hands that felled tho trees and hawed tho logs for this primitive school houso havo completed their labors and are at rest, but their handiwork remained nfter them as a slm-pl- o monument of tho humblo architecture of tholr timo. Fifty years ago most ot tho school buildings and most of tho churches were built ot logs, but most of thorn have been swept away In tho inarch of progress toward bettor things, and to tho next generation u log houso will appear a curiosity. m AX AIM KIT APOLOGY. Wo .horoby toko back, dlsvow nnd tho mouth of Grassy. The motive, reason and cnuso ot this apology arises out of nnd bocauso of a sumptuous feast which wo wore invited to, and did share and partake of, at twolvo o'clock noon, standard administration timo, Saturday, In tho homo of tho said Tlnsloy. Ot courso wo aro Indebted to Mrs. Tlnsloy for tho nml then proved his sincerity by cooking, but Fluko brought tho In tho squlrrols. him on a war measure mm President plead with him to supAYARRANTS WHOLESALE. port! o speakers In tho country who nro patriots and 100 per cent Americans. Thoreforo, it la to bo hoped that tho Democratic campaign committee won't Insult tho patriotic citizenry of tho Stato by putting on tho stump Crepps Hcckham, who urged uvorybody to support tho Presldont truo-blunt Thoro nro numerous Democratic abjectly apologize for all tho hints, Innuendo, Intimations and moan Insinuations, wo mado in this shoot Inst wook of, about and In regard to, Fluke Tlnsloy and his hunting pals, down at Stanloy cun nlways bo depondori (Stanloy odltorlal headline.) Ho cortalnly can: To Btub In tho tiack ovory friend ho over had, to vloluto ovory promise ho ever made of to Insult tho decent citizenship is. Kentucky on ovory occasion, and f. laddy tho most iniquitous, thieving tax luw that u ovor dovlted to roo tho farmer mid tho owner of a modust llttlo homo. on. Warrants havo beon issued for Eldrldgo Loo, Kills Donnlson, Evorett Hlbbs, Hoy Mnddox and Harry Alton, all of McIIcnry, charging tho 111 with Injuring and destroying property. Tho property affected Is said to bo chlofly about tho negro school-housUenchos, blackboards, win (lows and outbuildings nre said to bo Most of Involved In the dovllmont. tho bunch aro small hoys, who, if t guilty, need a switch rather than a e. Augustus Owsloy Stanloy dominat warrant. " to lose you from our list but unless your subscription is paid before November 1st. we shall put the account in the hands of an attorney for collection. Remember that stopping the paper will not pay the bill. We appreciate subscribers who pay for the paper but we can not give it away. If you are in arrears and want the Republican continued, look up the yellow slip on your paper this week, send in the amount of arrears and $1.50 for another year. provided tho voice of tho German Mr. W. S. TliiBley, people is hoard, but plainly postuHartford, Ky. lates that If wo must deal with the Your stateDear Mr. Tlnsloy: Gorman autocracy tho Allies will de- ment of subscription accdunt reached mand unconditional surrender. At me this morning and I am inclosing Inst tho way seoms about to bo open-a- d check to cover samo. I never know for n definite discussion of terms 'who started sending mo tho papor, of peace. unless It was R. B. Martin. I am a native of Kontucky, having been roared in Butlor county, and tho paper was a YOUR LAST PAPER. welcomo visitor to 1110, henco tho Respectfully, check. W. M. MARTIN. To many people who Wo chartltably omit tho nostotflco have been receiving the Re- address and tho signature of tho publican for years without other lettpr, but glvo tho letter as it stateof paying for it this will appeared on tho itmarginfrom theformer a was ment sent. And be your last paper. An Ohio county man, who carries a prefix to his nnmo: order by the War In"About tho cash Timo I wns in dustries Board makes this Hartford I paid up and ask Col. action imperative. We regret Harnott to stop tho papor when time expired so nothing doing." nl There aro people and people In the The latest development In tho International peace parley Is tho Pres- world, and a newspaper learns a good ident's note, made public yesterday, many of tho ins and outs ot thorn. which seems to open tho way for real LWo received two letters In tho same peaco negotiations. Ho announces mall a few days ago that Illustrates that he will undertake to arrango some differences In people. Wo had with tho Allies a definite program for sent to each a statement of his subformally considering tho whole ques- scription account, and these' are the tion. Tho President agrees to nego- replies: tiate with tho German government, Bolso City, Okla., Oct. 14, 191S. JOINT LETTER HOME. Hockport boys wrlto homcfolks of their experiences In actual warfare. Mr. James Durall and Mr. V. L. This letter is for both Anderson: of us. Wo do not havo timo to wrlto soparuto letters. Wo havo just como out ot a big drlvo. Wo captured 10,000 prisoners, Gorman, Prussian, and God knows how many ot the common kind. It was Bomo battlo and wo woro in tho hardest of it. Tho Gormans light with muchlno guns only. Tholr infantry is ufruld to faco tho Americans with bayonets. Our losses were surprisingly smull. Pos and mo woro In different companies, but wo met on tho battlo flold and shook hands and wished each other good luck. Wo havo all kinds ot German souvcnelrs, Camp Community Service and Tho Salvation Army, which has for Its aim tho raising of a fund of $170,- 500,000 to be used solely for tho comfort, entertainment and In every way possible safeguarding tho mor ale of our soldier boys now and hereafter to Join tho colors. This work la absolutely necessary, as much so as tho raising of money for guns, munitions, clothing and food for tho army. Tho Government has no way to provide all of tho things so essential in a soldier's life, to ease and lighten the dnlly grind, In order that hom bo n good Individual fighting maTHE BLACK DEVILS. chine, which ho must bo, to beat Kentucky's Black "Devils" a negro back tho hordes of fighting Huns. This combination of all of the Army battallion, hns arrived in France, according to report to his mother, of Welfare Workers, Sects and ReligMajor J. L. Lallinger, their com- ions, is tho happiest and wisest move mander. Tho writer saw from tho made by our people here at homo steps of tho Seelbach Hotel, In Louis- since the great war was thrust upon ville, three weeks ago, tho "Black us. No ono need fear that every dolDevils", as they marched In the lar will be rightly accounted for, tho mammoth Liberty Loan Bond parade, greatest and best men and women with Major Lallinger loading them. of tho nation aro behind and at tho Tho negroes carries their foreign head of this movement. Ask your equipment on their backs, and with boy who Is In tho service, what h this evidence of Immediate foreign thinks of the organization that furservice, they received tho chief at- nishes him the letter head and upon which you seo tho red, tention from tho many thousands of people lining tho streets. A French triangle, across which are tho letofficer, standing near us at tho time, ters "Y. M. C. A.," the bluo triangle told us tho German soldiers took with tho letters "Y. W. C. A.," or panic at tho sight of a negro regi- the blue shield and whlto cross with ment, being unaccustomed to color- KK. C." thereon, or maybe somo of tho other dovlces or insignia, and uped people. on getting his answer, we are more "a than certain that you will donate DEPRAVITY. TOTAL whatever sum you nre called upon The question of the "Total Depra- for in this great drive. Kentucky's quota In this drive Is vity of Man" has been debated by theologians for more than four $1,770,800, wo aro In tho 3rd disDaviess, McLean. hundred years, and at last the ques-- l trict' composed ofBreckenridge and tlon has been settled by a mere lay- Ohio, Hancock, by learned Muhlenburg counties, the district's man. Settled, not reasoning by the rules of philosophy, quota Is $61,940, and Ohio county's quota Is $4,495.50. but by actual human experience. "We hope to be able to tell you It all camo about In this way. Wo are an inveterate smoker, and having j la our next issuo what the quota of to, and been reared on a farm, and still at- each voting precinct amounts urge It upon every tached to habits closo to tho earth, wo also wish to to hold tobac- Individual within our borders we can use only "home-spun- " In strict readiness to both co. By the failure of ono ot the to- yourself our tally depraved to keep a solemn work and give, to tho end that duty-mapromise to furnish us our season's plain, patriotic unit christian bo fully and freely performsupply of tobacco, straight from the ed. barn, wo found ourselves on tho ragged end of our last twist. Now there AVRITES TO SISTER. are some things money won't buy, toand among them Is "homo-spun- " In Mr. Ivory Lynch, soldiering bacco, so wo sent an S. O. S. through Frnnco, writes lettor to his sister. y tho columns tot this paper last week, Miss Essyo. and tho responses already mado, to your I Just received Dear Sis: our call of distress, proves that all letter a fow days ago. Was glad to men aro not wholly dopraved. Tho know everything was all right. Glad most depraved criminal will lond to get tho boy's address, I'll try to aid to tho dying or help bury tho look them up. I may bo close to them dead, tho devil's own will feed the soon. starving, but a prayer for tobacco The letter I received from you was tries tho pure goodness ot tho heart. dated August 19, and this SeptemWo know that tho good old country ber 20. I recolvcd ono from mother a twist is mighty scarco, but tho num- - fow days before that. Did you get my ,bor who havo already responded with pictures I had mado at Camp Mills? a twist or two, and ono man gave Mother, I am woll, and feeling lino. thrco hands proves that at least Wo aro having a good time. Tell tho these mon aro not wholly dopraved. girl's I'll bo looking for a wlto as soon Wo are carefully keeping a list of us I get back. Toll them to keep a these, our good witnesses, against tho lookout. I soo now how badly 1 need total depravity ot man, and when tho one. Tell all tho boys and girls hollo!, list is comploto wo shall publish It and glvo them my best regards. as evidonco that there is still lots of I am not going to - bo ovor hero good In tho hearts of men. long. Wo aro all coming beack hoiue mm boforo long. This can't last much PATTIEVILLE FIRE. longer. Mother, take caro of yoursolf, and Tho saw and (louring mill, of tho! don't feel uneasy about mo, for I am 1. rc. iiurior estate, ai ruiuoviiie coming homo soon. Look for me. burned Sunday afternoon. Tho loss Pvt. IVORY LYNCH, was nbout $7,000 with no Insurance. Co, 11. 114 Engineers Corps Tho buildings and machinery wore A. P. O. 904 American E. T. Fruuco. practically all new, having been put In place only a few years ago. No TEACHERS PLEASED. theory of tho origin of tho fire, Is re Tho Stato Superintendent has anported. Besides tho loss to tho own- nounced that teachers will bo glvon ers of tho property it will bo a dis- full pay tor the timo tho schools havo tinct inconvenience to the community. been closed on account ot tho influenmm za epidemic. It sooms tho law proTho oxtremo development ot tho vides whore schools are closed 011 acInlluonza lu Ohio county seems to bo count ot epidemics that tho ilmo is confined chlofly to towns along tho lost by tho state rather than by tho Illinois Central railroad. Fordsvillo, teacher. But tho Superintendent doss Horso Branch and Hockport. A fow not undortnko to tell tho teachers cases lu Hartford but most of them when they may expect to .receive any aro of a mild typo. Wo havo re- cash for their work, whether duo ports ot llttlo troublo in other parts thorn for tho timo actually taught or of tho county. Wo hopo tho worst of for timo allowed on account ot tho flu. It Is over. y havo been very busy. TI1I3 war is no Joke. You will romombor what Sherman said nbout war. Sherman wan right. We are writing this letter en Gorman paper with a German nr.i. It will probably bo mailed In tin American envelope. Pos and I consldor our selves lucky, and bellovo our luck will continue. Say, wo captured a Ger man paymaster, and ho had 40,000 marks on him. Wo are sending you some German money, so don't got in a squabble about It. Equal between you, and show It to our friends. Wo aro very proud to bo fighting for a couplo of fathers like you. We nre also sending some photographs of Germans wo took off of thorn. Plenty of Germans got right down on their knees and prayed for us not to kill them. We could wrlto more but you know you havo read about It In tho papers, so wo will close. Your sons, LEONARD F. ANDERSON JAMES OSCAR DUALL. P. S. Wo forgot to say wo wero In tho battlo of Mihlel. Sept. 18,1919. but don't think wo could send them BIG CAMPAIGN TO through tho malls. This is tho first letter cither ono of us has written for a long timo. Wo OPEN NOVEMBER II Drive For $170,500,000 By Combined Welfare Agencies. A campaign by tho united Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., National Cnthollc War Council, Jewish Welfare Board, American Library Association, War THE BLUE TRIANGLE AT RUSSIA'S FRONT i i; The Hlno TrlniiRlo clnhrnoms In Tctrogrnd were In half slinilow. A few sen tt (.Toil Ciinillos Hung Biennis ns persistent nml ns vhriic ns Russia's liopo of liberty. A hundred Russian pills nnd six young men were Ritests of tlie llrt Yonns Women's Clirlctlnn nssoclntlon In nil litissln. It wns n Knln nflernoon ten liut It was dark because the winter days end nt throe o'clock nml lliuro Is u restriction on the use of candles nnd Kerosene, as well ns of electricity. The girls were milking merry oven In the plooni of winter, the twilight and the tragedy of wiir. One slender wlilte-fnccgirl with eyes wns merrier tlinii nil the rest. Her wit nnd ringing laugh were contagious. "Sonya Is wonderful tonight," one Slrl whispered to nnother ns she ntlrred gently Into her tea the one lump of .sugar doled out carefully for the party. The Y. V. C. A. secretaries had been savins the sugar for months putting aside itt ouch meal one of the two lumps served with the coffee In the restaurant, that there might be n hit of sweet for this llrst party. There was no bread. "Sonya Is not drinking her tea," her pale little admirer went on. "yet she fainted this morning at the factory nnd the forewoman said she was hungry." "We're nil hungry," wns the monotonous reply. "It wasn't that." Something stopped the laughter and tall; suddenly but the buh that fell In the dimly lit room was ns Jojous us the gaiety. One of Russia's greatest singers stood by the piano nnd lifted up her glorlmn voice filled with the tears and heartbreak that people nt peace call thrills. They went nway early when the music was done these little guests of the Illue for danger lurks in the dark of I'etrograd streets, robberies and of murders sharp little a nation's chaos and a woild at war. Sonya lingered after the others were gone. She wns standing close by the secretary-hostes- s chair when she turned fiom saying good-nigto the last one of the other girls. The laughter had died out of the girl's eyes, and the gaiety from her voice. "Will you give me a note to the factory superintendent," she nsked, "telling him I'm attending classes here at night?" She spoke In French, for she knew no English, and the secretary, no Uusslnn. "Yes, if It will help you." The secretary was glad to give her such si note but she was curious. "Tell me d ptirple-shiidowed sud-eyehalf-stnrvTrI-ang- le i I f VOLUNTEER t t t T HOTS GOVERNM 1 i vl t J Carpenters 60c; Laborers 35c per Hour. LODGING FREE! The Government at Washington has called upon the citizens of KENTUCKY at once to furnish the men to build or to lose from the State entirely the wonderful Camp Henry Knox, at Stithton, designed to be the greatest Artillery Training Camp in the United States. The credit and good name of the Commonwealth of KENTUCKY must be upheld. And the State MUST NOT lose this great plant, calling for an investment on the part of the United States Government of from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000. Up to this time the work has lagged for want of men. It is now up to the men of Kentucky to volunteer, or be forced to do so later on. There is no middle course. t t I Ten Thousand Workmen Must Come Forward ! CARPENTERS AND LABORERS Wages are high and are fixed by the Government. Carpenters !0 cents an hour. Laborers 35 cents an hour. Carpenters and laborers work, ten hours each day, receiving pay for eleven hours. Saturday afternoon and Sunday work (not compulsory)' double pay for carpenters; time and a half for laborers. Free sleeping quarters provided with new cots and blankets. Meals 30 cents each. Transportation free to laborers and charges are advanced to carpenters from any point in the State. SANITARY CONDITIONS ARE OF THE BEST Camp Knox was selected for a permanent site because it is located on the highest point of land on the Illinois Central between Louisville and New Orleans. Camp Knox has one of the best health records in the country. PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF KENTUCKY man in the State, not engaged See to it that every in other War Industries, volunteers his services at high pay, to help get this great permanent Kentucky camp ready for the brave boys of this Commonwealth and other States, now billeted in tents at Camp Taylor and West Point, so they will not have to suffer the privations of General Washington and the Continental Army at Valley Forge. If it is not your own son who must be housed at Camp Knox this winter, it Is the boy of some other mother all of them training to protect our Liberty in the great fight for Freedom. and necessary Provided men do not volunteer for this well-pai- d patriotic work, it is the duty of every' loyal Kentucky woman to report them to the nearest United States Employment Service, just as they would a Hun Spy or an Army Slacker. Show them their Duty! Make them Volunteer! Take their Places able-bodied why." the old Commonwealth the Fourteenth the Union Is at stake in the National Capital and before the Country at large. The fair name of State to be admitted in "If he knows the girls are going to night classes he won't put us on the night shift. He will let us work days so we can come. Yesterday I nsked for the night shift. Today I have changed my mind." The secretary wondered. Sonya had not been In any of the classes. Had the bright little party glen her an Interest In the work of the association? Had the friendliness of the American secretaries reached her? Was It the music that had given her an impetus to study toward something beyond a factory? "What Is It that Interests you?" the secretary asked her. "You are not In any of the classes now, are you? What Is It you want to take up?" "This morning I looked out the factory window," and Sonya's voice reminded the secretary of the call of u night bird before a storm. "Down In tlie courtyard was a crowd and three men were killed. Killed by the police the bolshevik police, while I stood there and watched. They said they were anarchists. One was my brother. Another was my sweetheart. I came here tonight to forget. Hut I cannot forget. Always I will remember. I want nothing now but to curry on their work, and to do that I nui-- t study and learn I must learn I'uglNi and many other things. I want to go la nil the classes. If the foreman nt tlie factory knows I do that, lie will help. He will let me work days." In the dark, the hunger, the cold, and the terror of IVtrogmd. the Itlue Triangle Is sending out Its shining Invitation to the bewildered women and young girls of ItusMa. It Is oftVHng u little oasis In the midst of the dittos where they may come and rest and relax, play games, listen to music, study KuglNi, French, stenog raphy, bookkeeping, or music, and as one tired girl expressed It, forget for the moment that they are In i'etrograd. Most of the girls who gather at the sigu of the ISlue Triangle are bookkeepers and stenographers, hut scattered among them are factory girls, domestics, and girls who never have worked. "In i'etrograd and elsewhere in Itusslu," says Miss Clarissa Spencer, world secretary of the Y. W. C. A. who started the. work In ltussla, "girls formerly employed In government offices come to us who have struck against the bolshevlsts. They're out of Jobs. They're hungry. One girl told me she couldn't take gymnasium work. It gave tier such nu appetite. Hut they refuse to return to work for the bolshevlsts." Miss Helen Ogdeiu one of tho Y. W. C. A. secretaries who was forced to leave l'etrogiad on account of the fier- 'man advance, writes homo that: "It's u like living on tho screen of a to bo In ltussla. lliillcls and phootlng are almost ns fumlllar street sounds here us the clang of the street Ictir and the bonk of the automobile nt home. Here wo learn to lle nml work under frequent shooting and street batt'es and to lleo only when we are luld by the authorities that ve must' , inolo-ilrain. EMPLOYERS non-essenti- al, NOTICE IMPORTANT t I If your work is give up some of your men at once and advise them to go to Camp Knox. If the call for Volunteers is not heeded you may be required to shut down completely. We do not wish to do this by compulsion. This is no time for We must have ACTION. The work is Vital. It is Imperative. He a Volunteer and Go at Once! shilly-shallyin- g. MEN.MEN AND MORE MEN TO SAVE KENTUCKY! ! CAMP KNOX MUST BE READY DECEMBER 1 This is an EMERGENCY necessitating drastic action if the call for volunteers is not heeded. When the order came from Washington telling what Kentucky had to do to save Camp Knox for the State, Federal Director Pratt Dale, of the United States Employment Service for Kentucky, Immediately held a War Council of affiliated interests, composed of Major W. II. Itadcliffe, Constructing Quartermaster at Stithton; John Griffiths & Son Company, builders of Camp Knox for the Government, and O. L. Taylor, District Organizer of Kentucky, United States Public Service Reserve; Edward W. Ilines, State Chairman, State Council of Defence. Determined action was decided on. All Government agencies will bo invoked to secure the necessary men. Let the word go out broadcast of Kentucky's need of men in this greatest of humanitarian war works housing our soldiers. Let it go out at once. Preach it from the Pulpit. Shout the need from the housetops. Organize the Workers at once and report them to your nearest United States Employment Service 6r to your County Chairman, United States Public Service Reserve. IT CAN BE DONE WITH YOUR HELP Georgia furnished 5,000 men to save its picric acid plant Before cold weather sets in, barracks at Camp Knox to' shelter not less than 30,000 Army Boys, and stables for at least 15,000 animals must be completed. This is imperative. can complete quarters for Kentucky 50,000 soldiers and 30,000 animals in that time, if not less than job, all right, even for all work together. It is a man-size- d can be done, as Kentuckians never fail in what but it they undertake. Full-blood- ed Ken-tuckia- ed them in two weeks. Kentucky can do ever better. Major Itadcliffe says: "Every nail you drive, every brick you lay, every bit of real work done, will add to tho growing load around the Kaiser's neck. The war won't wait!" Men and Women of Kentucky Do your duty for your Country and your Commonwealth and help us to Protect YOUR Roys. rais- I I Communicate at Once With Any of the Following SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE At Any of the Following Places; Louisuille, 525 W. Market St.; Lexington, 129 Market St.; Covington,' Paducah, Bowling Green, Middlesborough, Ashland, or to your own County Chairman of the U. S. Public Service Reserve. . (Signed) ' I PRATT DALE, Federal Director, IT. S. Employment Service. FRANK L. MoVEY, State Director, U, S. Public Service Reserve. E. W. IIINES, Chairman Kentucky Council of Defence. ! tttttt I WHAT 1 HAVE SKEN IN FRANC ("Parson") T. 0. (Ity Kfithwcll, Lnto of the llCtli t'nnnril--mi- s, Franco, in tho Typographical lo Joiimnl.) If tho render will kindly liour with 1 will endeavor to oniimorato a few of this Interesting oplsodos I have witnessed on anil off tho battlolloldn of Franco and Flanders. I have scon that liart of Frnnro from the Soniino to Belgium ravaged nml blown to pieces by tho despollor of liberty, democracy and all things Kooil tho bestial, murderous Hun. 1 havo seen the roadH of France n muss of Hholl holes roadH that worn once tho wonder of tho world. I havo Recti gigantic bridges mill vimliiclH blown out of existence, except hero 1 mid there a few solitary piers. hnvo seen Indian and African laborers, and Chinese, too, helping to repair the ravages of tho Hun. I hnvo seen thousands of (Ionium prisoners who were once earning mi honest living by tho sweat of their brow and who afterward were kept out of mischief by being placed In tiigo compounds. I have seen thousands of men In hospitals, many of them writhing In all tho agonies of hell and not ouu of them complaining. I havo seen burial parties, and was Vono of them on numerous occasions, collecting tho dear dend mid reverently laying them to rest. I hnve seen a thousand silent graves, hundreds of them Inscribed "A British Soldier," on hill and mound, on roadside and In valloy, whoro not long befora they who now rest there fought like mighty heroes for the right. 1 have rcoii a weeping French mother sitting nt tho graveside of her Hon, caling down tho curso of heaven upon his murderer. I have been a cemetery of 5,000 graves of British boys who after gallant deeds, died In a hospital. I havo seen men carried, and helped carry ninny of them, to tho advanced dressing stations mid tho casualty clearing depots, and, thank God, I was ablo to speak a word 'of comfort mid cheer to them. 1 have seen that grent strategic stronghold, the Vlmy Kldgc, and was proud to bo numbered among tho gallant and heroic Canadians who ejected tho Hun from his crest n year ago April 9 last. I havo seen tho great cathedrals of Albert and Arras in ruins, tho work of the barbarous and devilish Hun 1 have seen thu places whero cities, towns and villages onco stood, now no more than masses of brick and mor-If- ir and human remains. 1 hnvo seen the desolated and devastated towns nnd villages of Franco and Flanders, every woman In black and not a man of military ago anywhere. I have scon our gallant nlrmcn battling with the linn thousands of feet up In the blue, nnd heaven bo praised, I havo seen tho Hun hurtling down to destruction, shot to pieces. I have seen tho tanks In action on their . weird monsters of tho field uncanny errands of demolishing "pill boxes" and machine gun nests, houses and trenches. I havo seen nnd conversed with Btrappllng lot they wero. void of swank nnd blustor. "Wo havo come over to help you finish n dirty Job." Bnld a big New Yorker. "You will niako good, ami mnko now glory for "Old Glory," I replied. And, bellovo me, they havo succeeded and surpassed our fondest expectations. Well, so much for this time. I have endeavored to convey to you some Idea of Armageddon from tho soldier's point of vlow. I havo also endeavored to bring you closer to the earth, saturated as it Is with tho blood of our bravest nnd best. Today way heart and mind nnd soul nro too crowdcd'wlth tho picture of the grent tragedy for any accurate detail to be possible. Would that each of you could seo ns I havo seen', could hear as 1 havo hoard. One Incident puts It ,ln a niitsholl. I was talking with a joung iiulvcrslty undergraduate, a monibcr of my battalion. Ho had left his college becauso his country called him. "Shall you go back after tho war?" I asked. Ho smiled and pointing to tho sceno nround us (wo wero in tho trenches on Hill 70, Lens,) Bald: "Oo back? Isn't this n sufficient education for nny man? I know nothing beforo tho war." Thoro you havo it. Neither did 1. Hut in my long and weary months In Franco 1 havo had my education. I know all I want to know of llfo and death; and thoso two words ombruco all knowledge, and only knowledge In education. And bo during those mouths I spent at the front thoro is no Joy, thero Is no sorrow I cun over know that shall equal tho ecstney of my happiness at the sight of what my flesh and blood aro doing to niako a better world, or tho depth, tho profundity of my grlof at tho sufforlng tho sacrifice which, in tho mystery of God, they aro called upon to onduro; that when all la over humanity shnll como nenrer to tho Divine, nenror to thoso portals beyond our kon, and bohlnil which Ho tho realms of tho light in which, In fk ovn good time all who nro worthy shall find eternal happiness and rost. Heaven bless the gallant boy of the Allies to whose hands has beeu ad thli glorluiui nnd sacred task. Heaven cheer thu beronved and the mo 1 st Tho Youth's Companion has stood by I'Olt Till: GIRLS. sorrowing. They, too, nro bcnrlng tho tho family. It hag cheered and burden. All will soon bo well, nnd tho raged and entertained delightworld a safer and better plnco In Utlca, Ind. My Dear Mrs. Thompwhich to II vo for all the peoples. son: I am coming to you for advlco ing all, informing all, and making homo If- and loynl sentiment thu as you hnvo been so kind to others. All who have torpid liver, weak diI havo always wanted to bcconio a Idcnl of nil. For 1919 tho publishers gestion oi constipated bowels look nurse, but havo not bad n high Intend to mnko the pnpor worth moro out for chills. Tho seanon Is hero nnd school education, so will you plcaso to family life than over before. The tho nlr in full of tho dlsenso germs Inform mo whether I can bo enrolled? splendid Serials nlnno nre events In Tho bout thing to do Is to got your To whom can I wrlto for Information? iioxt year' rending in thd fnmily llfo. liver In good condition nnd purify tho 1 am 19 years old. Am 1 too young to Hundreds of Short Stories nnd ArSays 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Wai Relieved stomnch nnd bowels. Horblno is tho become a nurso nnd how long docs It ticles by great contributors, and n After a Few Doses of t. right remedy, it answers tho purpose take to finish thu course? stonily stream of helpfulness in everycompletely. Prico COc. Sold by Ohio thing from the solid and serious to 1 will certainly appreciate any ad m vlco you can glvo me. Wishing you a tho happy humor for which The ComDrug Co. mm Meadorsvlllc, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of long and happy life and hoping soon panion Is famed. In theso days the vorit health. wholo family needs tho Companion, to seo my letter in print. I am, Seventy years of successful use h'af HlESlnbotham, of this town, eayrv "At nnd it Is still only $2.00 n year for SIMM IE T. made Thedford's (My Andrew F. Currier, M. H.) my ase, which is C5, tho liver does a If you will wrlto Mrs. Carolines 52 splendid Issues. nml Answers. standard, household 'remedy. Every; Don't miss Graco nichmond's great not act so well ns when young. A Fairbanks, Fort Wuyno, Ind., shu enn few L. K. K. Can anything bo dono to member, of every family, at times, you serial, Anne Eveter, 10 chapters, beglvu you nit tho Information years ago, my Etomach wa3 all out of remove moles from tho fnco? need the help that wish. Mrs. Fairbanks Is chnirmmi of ginning December 12. caa Answer .Moles nro deposits of pigTho following special offer is made fix. I was constipated, my liver give ln cleansing thu Women's Committee, Council of tho system and ro ment below tho outer layer of the new subscribers: Nntlonnl Defense, mid enrolls nil to didn't act My digestion was bad, and licvlng tho troubles that como from skin, nnd in trying to rcmovo them young women from Indiana who wish 1. Tho Youth's Companion 52 issues It took so llttlo to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver. thero Is nlwnys danger of leaving a to go Into of 1919. tho nursing profession. scar. It Is sometimes possible howregarding 2. All tho remaining weekly issues of petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep well unless youe Thero nro different laws ever, to removo them by electrolysis nges I decided I would give stomach, liver and bowels aro In good and courses for n nurso In Indi- 1918. or by scraping the outer layer of a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them, that way, ana, mid thcrcforo I hnvo n hesitancy 3. Tho Companion Homo Calender nwny with n shnrp, sterilized cells In answering your question. In your for 1919. was highly recommended for this Try t. It acta promptly, knife unil then applying n caustic, All tho above for only $2.00, of you letter, glvo nil particulars. May I trouble. I began taking it I felt gently and in a natural way. If Vou like nitrate of sliver. may Include wish you a bright career in your new better after a few doses. My appetite feel Bluggish, take a doso tonight 4. McCall's Magazine 12 fashion K. C. L. (1) Is blood poisoning vocation. numbers. All for only $2.50. Tho two Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price from an infected gall bladder incuraLouisville, Ky. Dear Mrs. Thomp- magazines may be sent to separate bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package One cent ble In n caso In which thero are son: Please oxplain how I may send addresses If desired. trouble vnu toon righted with a few AH druggie" black and green spots upon different THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, a Christmas gift to my husband who parts of tho body? a Is overseas. Thanking you in advance. Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul., Bos(2) Is this regarded as a serious ton, Mass. New Subscriptions ReceivA SOLDIER'S WIFE. disease? According to Information received ed at this Office. (II) Will you please publish an arfrom officials a soldier abroad is enticle on gall bladder dlscaso7 Ilrnnrhtral Trouble. Answer (1) Judging from your titled to receive ono Christmas pack-ag- o Mrs. A. E. Sldcnberder, nockflcld, from America not larger than description, I should think that you Ind., states; "For an attack of bron- iro not suffering from gall bladder nine by four by three inches and not hlal trouble which usually assails me Telephone operator . exceeding thrco pounds in weight. disease, but from what is known as Every packago going overseas must in the spring I find Chamberlain's "purpura." mission Cough Remedy tho only thing that has a mission in life, and (2) Doth gall bladder disease and bear an official label which will he gives mo relief. After using it for a sent to tho giver of the gift by tho purpura aro diseases which may reit Quickness, accuracy is to serve soldier overseas. TheEo labels are few days all signs of bronchlcal trousult seriously. in distributed among the members of ble disappears." (II) There are nrticles on both essential qualifi- courtesy are gt these subjects, and if you will send thu American Expeditionary Forces WAR WORK CAMPAIGN. and aro sent by them to thu friend or envelope I damped cations. relative from whom the gift Is exshall gladly send them to you. Upon request of President Wilson pected. Address your box in the same the abovo organization has been perT.I. I.i. What nre the symptoms of fashion as you do his letters. Frequently, she is called upon fected and the week of November 11 tumor? to 17th 1918, has been designated as Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am comAnswer Your question Is so act quickly in emergencies when courdeContribution that I am uiinblo to give n ing to you for advice, which I know voted to the week and is to bo raising, through public proper nnswer. Of course when there you can give me. I am a young girl age and presence mind are required. contribution, tho sum of $170,500 Is nny decided swelling which Is ap- 17 years old. If I stay out later than eight In tho evening mother 000, which is less than $1. given to parent upon the surfnee that l.f a tu half-pafightmor (because tumor means swelling ) fusses at me. I am never loud nor each soldier and sallor of our free-damore loyal and conscientious ing forces for the great cause of If you refer to n tumor within the rough on tho streets, but she says I liberty and Christianity. body, the symptoms differ nccordlng am. I tried to havo a talk with her, group workers can be found Tho purpose of tho organization is get so discour-age- d is tho tumor develops within tho but she won't listen. I or with sometimes that I don't know to the switchboard. cavities of tho body, or within the women following war agencies, namely: I admit I have a nasty the bones. It Is possible to have a tumor what to do. toinnor. hut I trv to control It. Snnio- - Tho National War Work Council of within any portion of the body. M- - C' A- War Work Counc service can be greatly Louisville Times. times llfo seems unbearable. I don't Y' for boy friends so much, but Ilw- C' A" The Nat'onal Community American Library As- extended by If your child starts In its sleep, do want nlrl friends. And mother will ;Scrvlce' The soclation and The Salvation Army grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks never let mo go any whore, so I am The Field nrmy of theso seven at tho nose, has a bad breath, fickle unpopular. Could 1 take a course In When you Telephone Smile - Breat ancles comprise moro than appetite, pale complexion, and dark shorthand at home? Last year moth15'000 uniformed workers on both rings under the eyes; it hns worms; or comtinlled mo to quit high school. ng smes m ul walor' anu uen- and ns long ns they remain in the in Thoro Is ono thing that hurts mo calli,lg for admlonal workers to be testines, that child will be sickly. worst of all. that is, (mother throws r,s !$&. Is) I( at tho rate ot at ,east 1'000 l,er AND White's Cream Vermifuge clears out up false things to mo. Now as I anJsent as their work is 'ntondeil to Incorporated tho worms, strengthens tho stomach too young to leave honie.what would luonth' you advise me to do? MARY HELL. !reac" oach and ovey soldier and mid bowels 'and puts the little ono on Llttlo girl your trouble lies In the sallor ln nn effort t0 ma'"taln a thu road to health and cheerfulness. W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. fact that you and your mother havoju,h mornI ot tho Army and l'rlco 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio not!nnd t0 ''"Dress upon, tho boys, that m not a good understanding. Why Drug Co. go to her and tell her Just what you' constitute same, thi!t the folks at HALT CALLED OX e ca. Tho first cars on this primitive 'nkng and praying have written to me, and I am sure homo aro PHOl'l) A.l HAUGHTY. WHEAT ACREAGE line were drawn by horses. no American for them- - Certainly that sho will trv to holn von. It Is A line known as tho Vlazlo Bail-roa- d citlzen can say that U por week ,s Washington, Oct. 18 Julius H. On my way to prison (writes a cor- too bad when a mother does not mi- was put in operation out of Bant0 ,nuch for tho cheer aml co'frt Barnes, president of the Food gor, Ale., in 1836, the Qulncy road respondent) for the purpose of visit- derstnnd her children, for so much , 1L Uiiu uftuvu being a conscientious objector I was pleasure is lost for both of them. It Is ui uui boys is uujs, uaiiuuiuiiy Grain antedating this several years. Tho his boy. to a of the by nnothor woman. Wo began quite discouraging, especially Joined Therefore, in order that Kentucky lieves that further extension of wheat Bangor road began with two locomoacreage would be unnecessary and tives of Stephenson's make ln Engto exchange confidences. In reply to young girl, hut try to smilo and be may continue to occupy her cxhaltcd unwiso. In a a question I said, "I'm going to see a sweet nnd gracious to hor and to all position in lcter today from Sena- land. They had no cabs for the driver tho front ranks, in lookyour friends, and you will eventualtor Hitchcock, of Nebraska, Sir. or fireman on their arrival in this conscientious objector." ing after tho comfort and invlron-meBarnes said a fair yield from tho country, but rudo affairs were soon Her nose turned up with Ineffable ly win out. Thero aro a number of of our soldiers and sailors, may schools that havo a correspondence present largo acreage with any peace attached. Wood was used for fuel. scorn nnd she said: I beg of each citizen of this Commondevelopments opening now sources of cars also Tho In "A conscientious objector. Thnnk course, and you might write them wealth to send a contribution to this supply would necessitate congres- England,first carriage were made big heaven, my man's not ono of thorn for their prices. Ask your mother to noble a much like a and glorious causo, addressing things!" nnd then she added proudly, let you return to school for you nro samo to Hon. Myron T. Herrick, sional appropriation to niako effec- stagecoach being placed on a rude platform and trucks. The capacity of in for forgery." Manchester much too young to go out into tho 911 Equitable DIdg., 347 Madison tive the present price guarantee. "Ho's world and mnko your living. May I Guardian. "I feel it to bo a fact," said Mr.. each car was eight passengers. In the wish for you much brightness and Avo., Now York City, and thereby let Barnes, "that tho wheat acreage of beginning the ono train on tho line our boys, over tho sea, know that at happiness, llttlo girl? this country has already been stimu- made about twelve miles In forty Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am com- home every man, woman and child Is lated as far as it should soundly bo minutes, and the people of tho counbtandlng behind him with united, uning to you for some advice. I am 18 developed, and any further stimula- try round about marveled at the years old and havo been going with a divided and lndivlsiblo purpose TO tion or expansion of wheat acreage Is speed It made. boy my ago. Not long ago ho stopped WIN. liable to bo at the expense of the Tho rails on theso pioneer railways MAT S. COHEN. calling mid ho hns refused to speak necessary acreage of other crops, par- were made of strap iron, spiked down Commissioner of Agriculture. to me. Ho now comes to my house to ticularly fodder grain. Last year's to scantlings. mm sou my cousin nnd I would liko to acroago of wheat ot C5, 000, 000 acres Tho Boston & Lowell, Boston & HUNS LEAVE TRAPS. know what Is tho reason why he rewas much tho largest over sown, yet Providence, and Boston & Worchester fuses to speak to mo. Ho has somo acreage promises to ex- Railroads were all opened for traffic Paris, Oct. 20 An English officor this year's letters of mine mid I would like to ceed that. ln 1835. at Cambral had his hand torn off think ho is e "Last year's acreage produced a LydiaE. Pinkham's havo them. Do you nnothor boya genBy taking by ono of the enemy's infernal who bur-tleman? Thero Is A Vegetable Compound, One wants to como to seo mo, but ho snld traps, says a special dispatch to tho whoat crop which is exceedingly largoJ Do you Beautiful Woman. densoine ln all sections, while a know that a beautiful woof Thousands of Such Cases. that ho was afraid of my father. Ho Temps. acreago next year presents some man always has a good digestion? If Seeing a piano abandoned In tho wants mo to meet him in town mid go s problems under the prico guarantee your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of Lydia to tho show mid then ho said he middle of a street, ho struck a chord given which must bo very probably Black River Fnlls, Wis.-"- As meats, and take an occasional doso E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound would bring mo homo nnd meet my und an explosion followed which rip- solved by Congress, for with a fair of Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthHnvid run from an ped off his hand. A grenade hud been normal yield on tho acreago now in en your digestion. Prico 25c. operation. I cannot father. Do you think J should meet placed In connection with tho koys. in sight for tho coming crops nnd with say enough in praiso him in town or must I forget him? I . Tho Temps' correspondent warns DROWN EYES. of it Isuireredfrom do like him. peace, which ro- - j any developments of organic troublesand THE FIRST MUSIC. Why not convorso with tho youth returlng inhabitants of Cambral to upon us by throw- my side hurt me so on his strange conduct and perhaps bo careful in correcting uny lack of strains tho demand open other sources of wheat sup- - ' I could hardly be up symmetry they may find ln their ing The father ot song, music and ply, it will probably require a very from my bed, and I ho can tell you why ho has ceased to homes; to bownro of straightening lurgo appropriation by Congress to dancing, all threo, was tho savage was unablo to do my speak to you. Had you over thought housework. I hud that may bo you had beon rudo to Pictures, replacing door panels when inalto offectlvo tho present price guar- who first clapped hands and shouted the best doctors in him? Either wrlto him a letter or tqll tho' "ml loosened, roinovng nails and ln timo at somo rudo festival of his Enu Claire and they of touching objects thoy may find In antee." tribe. From that clapping and shoutwanted mo to havo him somo ovonlmr when ho conies to tho courtyard, collar or garden. Such ing has beon involved tho wholo art n n operation, but call on your cousin that you would . T.viiln H. Pinkham's Hko to have him return vour letters ' " ot Instrumental music, including even "Y expiouo an in Vegetable Compound cured mo bo I did Ho appears to bo a very rudo porson, ferunl machine. tho entrancing complexities of Mm FOR FLETCHER'S not need tho operation, and I nm telling according to my opinion. Hrown Eyes, modern symphony. From that shout A. . nil my friends about if'-M- rs. or rudimentary emotional utturauoo Silicon) Gratitude. why bo bothered with such friends? mm Binzur, Mack River Falls, Wis. kindrod ovqIh-tloMrs. William Roll, to U3 that of It is just such experiencesthis famous If the young man can not como by Ind.. writos: "I doom Logansport, THE 1'lltST AMERICAN' RAILWAY has proceeded by n of vocal niuaion tho whole art has made your homo and call for you then it my duty to Mw. Binzer thnt root and herb remedy a household word no moans moot him In town. No, ho oxpreau my gratltudo for the good Tho Oulncv railroud. or. as it was down to the modern opera or oratorfrom ..ocean to ocenn. Any woman who Isn't woithy of cultivating! LouiH - ;ChainlirUln'8 Collo nnd Diarrhoea known in the beginning, the io. From the eavage loop haa ec ..n..---Milium 4.... .in ii" inllfimmnHnn. . ulceration. . every variety of dancing, " Ilemedy did mo whan I had a eerer Hallway." which was displacements, backache, nervpu ne. villa TRuea. I ' v in i tu ih or - m to carry granite bloelu for eon attack of (IfnrWiuM three yeare egu.' " m"Tr irregularities not ft until she hen given it a trial, ix uvnitv Tuia oi tritjist; H wa the only wedlrlRQ tint reliev- ttte Bunker Hill moB9m"i M s.-to- a. wattiee of (he euy el! ' ' and for special ndvlca write Lydia L. and difficulty for orer nlnaty years ed uie." wa the first raiUay lb Aiirt m Pjnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Lloss. In-c- LSVEH N'T ACT 1 - DIGESTION WAS Black-Draugh- IAS Black-Draugh- Black-Draug- ht Qiic-llini- H Black-Draug- Blade-Draug- Black-Draugh- ' Your Telephone Operator The BELL you. her ". and her m: to of st No of the young Their than at ! your n. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY , I S' nt THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION yes-tonl- ay ; ". Children Cry CAST.O R A .." "Ex-ttriuie- nt ed r i . - i nm s TgWfftM1T"TinThi 'WmWWItlHW iWil H On March I M II - m II iii. ii i II Hilll Ml IWM Hill iTTlii III! 1 1 mii.. .i.iii H I WW 1 1 1 II in v i Governor Stanley Made a Speech in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cincinnati Enquirer, a Democratic Newspaper, in its Issue of March 17, 1918, Reports liis Speech as Follows: He also sailed into the Prohibitionists by declaring there is little use of our boys laying down their lives for liberty in France "if a lot of fanatics and cranks" are allowed to deprive Americans of liberty at home. "These fanatics are worse tyrants than the Kaiser, the bigger fools' was his parting shot, This was quoted in an editorial in the Lexington Herald, also a Democratic newspaper, in its issue of date .. Plarcn a ly, e 4e mo, 1. ii ana tnai paper maae .ii comment: mis 1 i 1 Would it not be better for the Governor of Kentucky, in whom is invested the supreme executive power of the State, to exert himself to provide a force to preserve peace in Kentucky, than to be "over there" across the Ohio declaiming about "pellets of lead from flaming rifles" and denouncing Prohibitionists as "worse tyrants than the Kaiser and bigger fools?" MgaaaBwi The Hartford Republican of Appeals. ' ' ' Published Weekly ly HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Treas. President Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS W. S. TINSLEY, Associate Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law at the Postofilce, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to ly and flagrantly violated every day by automobile drivers. How much A good many people believe tho toll in human life will bo required President's fourteen peace conditions to bring about respect for tho law governing driving of the death mawcro about thirteen too ninny. chines? Tlic Huns should hurry to close High prices nnd tho scarcity of a bargain for peace. Llko everything skilled labor are putting many newselse, the price of peace is going up. papers out of commission. Only last Emperor Charles, of Austria, Js week a paper In eastern Kentucky just now doing his best to play tho turned its toes to tho daisies, and tho part of the good little boy of Central Scottsville Citizen took over its conEurope. temporary, the Times. In many of the smaller towns there are more The Hartford Herald has went and newspapers than there is any special violated the President's order to ad- demand for, and the weeding out journ politics. It orter stand by the process is going on, under the presPresident. sure of the times All of life's tragedies are not to be found on tho battle fields or in the homes of kings and nobles. Tho hut on the hillside or the cottage by the lane may be tho humble theater of tho bitterest tragedies that can the race. Martyrs rarely parade their troubles, and the world passes on, untouched and unmoved, by what it doesjiot know. Only when the recording angel balances life accounts on time's eternal ledger will the sum total of human tragedies be fully known. se of senator And the biographer Hruner will mention that he once NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. drove a mule car on the streets of Subscribers desiring tho paper sent Louisville. to a new address must glvo tho old address In making the request. This is supposed to be a govern Business Locals and Notices 10c addition- ment by the voice of the people, and per line, and 5c per line for tho only way that voice may be heard al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards is to register it at the polls. of Thanks, 5c per line, money In advance. It was generous of our neighbor to Church Notices for services free, publish the war record of Dr. lim5c per line. but other advertisements, will ner's family this week. In these Anonymous communications war times such advertising is worth receive no attention. votes. TELEPHONES. 123 i The Hon. Uen Johnson lias had a Cumberland CO number of terms In Congress and has Fanners Mutual not made a reputation known beyond his district. Why not give John OCTOIJEK 25 FRIDAY Haswell a trial? Tho Hartford Herald carries a three column tirade against Dr. Bruner this week, copied from the Larue County Herald. It begins with tho campaign lie, widely circulated, that tho State headquarters of the two parties agreed to certain things, none of which is true, nnd winds up by charging Dr. limner of with the very grievous offenso being a Republican. Wo assumo tho publication In the Herald is being paid for out of Democratic campaign funds, but wo pause to inquire why the Democratic managers do not send out clippings from the Courier-Journ- al and Times, for reprint in the country press. Have these great Democratic newspapers said nothing worth reproducing? REPUBLICAN TICKET. V CS, "S-firt. "What has become of tho fish and game wardens, so numerous in tho county a few years ago? And who has heard recently from Mr. Stanley's It is gratifying to see little partisan feeling developed over the ap proaching election. Win the war and vote for tho best men, seems to It Is not tho province of a newsbe the temper of tho peopio just now. paper to undertake to tell tho voters voto, but It Is Its duy to acTho United States has agreed to how to For United States Senator conditions and furnish its allies five million more quaint them wih hoquestions BEN. L. BRUNER. upon tons of food this year than last. Our requirements of For Congress supply Is not greater so it Is appar- which they aro called upon to exerJOHN P. HASWELL, JR. counent that wo must bo prepared to eat cise the right of suffrage. Ohio ty will voto on n twenty cent road For Appellate Judge less next year than wo have this. tax, at tho approaching election. Tho MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN, proposition Is to levy a tax, annualA now law, Just passed by Con- ly for a porlod of five years, of 20 gress, puts a heavy penalty on the STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP cents on each one hundred dollars Management, Circulation, Etc., Re- "floater" who sells his vote. Heretoworth of property, to bo expended quired by tho Act of August 24,1912, fore punishment was provided only solely for building and repairing tins Under tho new-laRepublican, published for tho purchaser. of Hartford roads. Tho Fiscal court seller and buyer will bo equally public weekly at Hartford, Kentucky, for promises, If tho tux carries, to abanpunished. October, 1918. don the present "hand" system, nnd Editor, J no. H. Thomas, Hartford, appoint a com- work tho roads wholly by hired labor, If Undo Sam would Ky. It also newspaper men to by day work or contract. Business Manager, W. S. Tinslcy, mittee of practical censor senseless copy sent out by tho agrees to spend tho money raised In Hartford. Ky. each magisterial district in the disPublisher, Hartford Printing Co., various publicity boards, to news-- i trict In which it is collected Unpapers, It could savo tho country the (Incorporated), Hartford, Ky. wnsto of soveral thousand tons of pa- der tho "hand" system tho burden Bar-ras- s, Owners C. B. Smith, E. C. of keeping up tho roads falls almost per annually. S. A. Bratcher, W. C. Blankcn-shlwholly iiiion the farmers and laborM. L. Heavrin, C. O. Hunter, Tho Madlsonvillo Hustler says of ers In the county. Under tho ta Mack Cook, E. S. Howard, H. C. fumo system a very largo part of this burDave Kinchloe, whose chief Crowdor, W. S. Tinsley. T. H. Ulnck. comes of the excellence of his wlfo's den would full upon tho railroads, nil of Hartford, Ky., I. S. Mason nnd whistling, that ho is the greatest con- mines, corporations and towns. C. M. Tnylor, Heaver Dam, Ivy., and gressman the district ever had. And C. E. Crowdcr, Horton, Ky,, and J no. OLATON. Augustus Owsloy onco represented A. Johnson, Decatur, Ala. Mr. Churllo Uruner went to congress. district in Known bondholders, mortgagees, that Monday, to bo at tho bedand other security holders, holding moro than forty years side of his father, who is very ill. It has been 1 por cent or more of total amount of Mrs. Tom Daniel has returned sinco Ohio county has elected nn ofbonds, mortgages, or other securificial higher than Commonwealth's from a few days visit in Oweusboro. ties Hunk of Hartford, Hartford, Attorney, and two of three of theso Miss Maynio Cooksey is vory sick Ky. j showed their gratitude by moving of tho Spanish flu. JOHN H. THOMAS, Editor. Mr. W'llllo Lynch nnd son, ilnsll, out of the county. Mr. Henvrin will Sworn to nnd subscribed boforo bo elected Judgo of the Appollato of Patesvillo, aro visiting Mrs. Alice mo this 23rd day of October, 1918. Court ir Ohio county stands by him Lynch. W. S. TINSLEY, Mrs. John Stone has returned homo us it should. He ought to havo ouo N. P. O. Co., Ky. thousand majority In his homo coun- from Owunsboro. My commission expire Fubruury ty. Mrs. Leu Puttorson is on tho sick 28, 1922. list. l TH Recontly a hum an life was sacriJMlOl FOR SALK. TUtt laat golden rod of autumn will ficed In an automobile accident. Farm between Dundee and Magon Stenographic reports of the evidence mm be failed and goue. tit the Inquest shows the liw wan vio- fur sals, fil aores of good farmlag 1ot.il pi Id- - unit vnte for lated by the driven of both See CAL P. KKOWN. land Co' Hartford, Ky. 31. L. lieu win for Judge oi the Court The law U fctlll being uui'n- - ICtf ' ! p, Hop-klnsviluip-ihl.- j-' o After a weeks trial of open saloons ,nnd closed churches Louisville decld-- ; and close sa loons. Some change in policy. ed to open churches Owonsboro .Monday, and will mako Wo hail a fine rain Suturday and that city their home. Capt. Cox says he's powerful glad Sunday. Mr. Ernest Graves and family, of ho is nlivo and amongst the living, Fartnew aro busy cutting corn and Adnburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. but it looks to him a right smart liko sowing wheat. Ernost Jewell, Monday. the thanksgiving just ahead was duo Mrs. ltcttle Hoovor, whoso sou was . -a to be poorly enjoyed along certain roported In soriously wounded NOTICE. lines at least. France, recoivud a lettor from him, tinted October 1st, saying ho Is Ohio Circuit Court. A. Rial says Hill Riley, tho harbor, getting along lino. G. R. Hickoy. ot ill., Is so tight and rhiuchy that ho .someMr. Anderson MoRdows, of Clear Vs. Notlco times scrapes tho lather off'n ono Run, has pneumonia. New Road. man's face and uses it on "next Hro. L. 1). liarrold failed to get to Notlco is lioroby given tlint the Gentleman." his monthly appointment, at Ilcda, petitioners will on the Sunday. 191 S, first Monday In November, While wo couldn't get HirkhcHd Mr. J. F. Duko lias torn down the being Monday, November I, 191 S. file, Post ofand his bunch down at the at lieda. their petition In tho Ohio County fice to so register it,, yet wo regard old Harnett house Despite the rainy day W. C. Henn-e- tt court asking for tho establishment of patch on the western line of our that gathered ripe totuatous for dinner a now road in Ohio County, Kentuctrousers as a perfectly good War Sunday. ky, ns follows: Savings Stamp. Mrs. Joe H. Rogers left Monday for Beginning nt a point on the home in tho mountains. Mill road on line between J. The best and shortest answer wo her Mr. E. L. Brooks ami family havo T. Allen nnd Warden holrs; thenco have seen to the Hohcnzollorn's peace improving. N. with road now owned by Logan notes nnd propositions was composed the tin, but are Wo aro glad to learn that Margu-rln- e Combs between Allen, York and War- S letters: "GO TO HELL." of just TIchonor, daughter of Mr. Har-H- n don heirs about 500 yards; thence N (by Sweeny Green In Uncle Dud's TIchonor, of Colfax, III., who has iW. ncross Warden land 500 yards to Herald) That is Attlce. Louisville been seriously ill, is slightly Improv- !M. II. & E. R. It.; nt a point about a shorter and sounds bettor than "Un- ed. half tulle below Diikehurst on said conditional surrender." contemplates road; thence across railroad and up Mr. S. A. Heuuctt spending the winter in tho south. same on west side thereof about 200 This burg has about 2:5 bright Mr. II. T. Jones is seeking n farm 'yards to tho lands of tho Whittliighill lights who ought to bo Ministers of none, but when he knock-et- li and Sullciigcr heirs; thenco In u War, Presidents or Comma utters in and llmlcth hard it shall be opened unto him; northerly direction about 400 ynyls chief, or maybe they ought to be so It is with every ono that knockctb. across said land to Mlt Combs' land started as Constables to get ac370 ynrds to Bert Combs' land; quainted with affairs a bit Wo hear A SS I :SSM ENT NOTI CK. thence north across Hort Comb's land 22 of these guys practito J. W. Carter's land; thenco across cally every phrase of tho war situaTho time In which you may assess tion from the slumps in front of the your property Is rapidly drawing to Carter's land In the same direction about 300 yards to a point In the new-cu- t post office most every day, they agree a close, so you that havo not heeded road riming from Dukehurst to only upon ono point, that is, damn tho call, get busy and present your- F.D. Duko's In front of Jim Carter's the Kaiser anyway. self and list nt my olllco immediate- house. ly. D. E. WARD. Given under our hands this the Miss Gustiuc, the linotype opera-tres- s, County Tax Commissioner. 21th day of Octobor, 19 IS. tried to print tho declaration G. R. Hlckey, et al of Independence on one of her palms KASTVIEW. mm tho other day, but when she got her BROOM MACHINE HEADY. hand out of tho job press she found Tho remains of Clyde Ambrose, only three or four fingers slightly who died of .spinal meningitis, nt I will begin making brooms Oct. blackened from two much compres- Camp Taylor, wore brought hero nnd 28. Will make brooms for half tho sion. Interred In Bells Run cemetery Sat- corn or at .15 cents each. Hrooms on urday evening. hand for sale at reasonable prices. John Henry is doing a real big Miss Tula King, of Adnburg, spent N. A. SCHROADER. parcel post business these days. Inthe week end with Mr. and Mrs. Hill 17tf Hartford. Ky.. Route 2. stead of stringing beads, ho Is string- Smith. ing and shelling beans. Mrs. Thomas Messrs. A. T. French and Georgo If you expect something you do grow a real good garden while hero Patton mndo a business trip to Ow- not sco In the Republican this weok this mi miner, nnd John gathers in eusboro Tuesday. chargo It up to a broukuuwn or our tho forenoon and strings and hulls Miss Flossie Stewart spent Inst linotype. an hour or two after dinner and for from suppor until bed tlmo and then boxes nnd ships them to tho Missus 4 tho next day. Thomas has paid out $11. CD cents in postngo on beans, up to tho week wo went squirrel hunting, and since wo havo no figures. ee FOR SALE. Sul-lcngI this will find you all well and en- - week with Mr. and Mrs. James Ralph, jojlng life I have not hail but two of Nocreck, STRAY STREAKS letters from you sinco got over hero. Mr. II. J. French was nt Adnburg Prvt CHARLIE STEVENS. on business, Saturday (Uy Fluko McFluko.) Co., M. Kith lnft., G5 Hrlgadc, Mrs. Emma Chnpmnn returned to :i:trd. Division. Madlsonvillo Tuesday, after spending Bon Taylor says he often shnvos a to a few days in this vicinity. feller with whisk-- , whisk-- , whlskc-- , HKIIA, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hill Smith moved to whiskers on his breath. I I i "f , TURKEYS WANTED! We will begin to A tract of land, containing eleven acres, lying opposito tho Mill company's property and adjoining tho brick yard, in Beaver Dam. Price realGtf sonable. Mrs. OSCAR STEVENS, Beaver Dam, Ky. I WRITES TO FATHER. Somowhoro In Franco. Dear Dad: 1 will drop you u few lines to lot you know that 1 um getting along fino at present, and hopo you aro tho same. Wo aro suro doing some mighty fino work, and I think soma of tho boys will cat Chrlstiuus dinner at homo, and I hopo 1 will bo one of tho bunch, for I have got onough of France. Hut it Is not as bad as you might think, for I think tho boys nrq woli taken caro of to be so far from home, and you know it is a lot of trouble to gat things over here. I um well satisfied with the way I have been slnee I got over hopo I tan loud on tho othor here. hide - b.it'ly ah I got u'.er hen. : :' 1 u1- Turkey hens ! must weigh 8 lbs., and toms must I We will pay the f I weigh 12 lbs. "Top Cash Prices." We buy poul- try and eggs every day and always pay "Top Cash Prices." ! Always consult us before you sell. DAVIDSON -- t Monday, Nov. 4th. receive turkeys I SEAY-ADAMS CO.L ! ? 4 I W. E. ELLIS t 4 BR0., Managers U.S. Food Administration License No. i i 3 ATTENTION MOTHERS Arc you having trouble these days with your children's hosiery? If so, it's you that we want to reach in this message. Probably you do not know, but we do, that hosiery is one of the scarcest things on the market and all kinds are being substituted for the good kind. None have stood the test like the celebratto-da- y, On nccoun; of the Influenza epiCnttlo nro reported dying of pink cyo in tho Narrows neighborhood. demic Judge Slack Im ordered tho grand and pcttit Juries notified not Deputy Sheriff Frank Roberts, of to nilpenr for scrvlco In tho Hnwcs-Clrcu- lt Fordsvlllo, was In town Wednesday, Court Monday. Equity business will bo given attention. Mr, C. W. White, of Sulphur Springs, was among our visitors Tucs-dn- y. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Randolph Smith, of Fordsvlllo, died of influenza, Tuesday. Their deaths occurred only a Mr. Estill Pnrk canio homo from fow hours apart. Thoy left flvo Central City, Saturday, with a caso children. Mr. Smith had been a barof flu. ber at Fordsvlllo for many years. s reported that Doctors Law-Incnnd Godsoy, of Narrows, have Influenza, ; It o V IV V XR TupIeRcinfonicd Knee, 1 Linen Heels and Toes 1 CAT BRAND. They are found only in our store. At present we are fairly well supplied. What the future may be, no one knows, BLACK ed Messrs. II. T. Holbrook, W. P. Rov. Chester Slovens and mother, Mldklff, Squlro Lcsllo Combs and Mrs. Laura Stevens, attended tho Motcn King wore In Owcnsboro Wed- burial. nesday. Wo nro frequently nsked tho propTho tenth child was born to the er way to address a soldier In Franco, family of Postmaster Willio Saun- and we havo Just noticed a valuablo ders, of Horso Branch, last week. rule for doing It. It is to put every Tell Teddy. thing you know about tho soldier, except the actual place where he really Sulphur Is, on tho envelope. Mr. Will Acton ,of Springs, who sold his farm to Mr Berry Rial, recently, will como to Wo shall apprcciato lcttors from Hartford to live. soldiers at tho front, written to their relatives at home, for publication, Mr, A. .1. Drown, of Kcliols, has whero such letters are of general Inreceived notice of tho death, In terest to our readors. Purely famin Franco, of his son, Sergt. Leo Brown. ly and matters are not Ho was killed in action. of interest to the public. home-relatio- Mn;. Allco Stevens, wlfo,of flov Cecil Stevens, died of lnflucn.n, nt her homo In Louisville, Monday. Interment was in Cavo Hill cemetery. I I 1 js J I his 13 I 1 1 i but take our word for it, BE WISE AND BUY. NOW, AND BUY THE ELACK CAT BRAND. No. 15 Boys' eather Stockings No. 415 BoyLs' Heavy Ribbed Stockings. No. 28 Girls' Medium Ribbed Stockings No. 55 Girls' Silk Stockings .. cents .35 cents SO 35 cents 40 cents Also a complete line of these goods, for ladies, including Black, Havana Brown, Grays, Tan, Pink, Blue and White. When considering Hosiery, think of us and the Black Cat Brand, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. 2$&&&Cbi y I The Hartford VltlDAV... Republican .OCTOBER IKS TInsloy's friend, Bill Dean, Dundee, wns In town Wednesday. VOIt SALE Good C. of Itnnge. See J. second hand 1LER. Hartford. away call us and tell us and wo will claim . appreciate such reports. and Social Euents. Mr. G. B. Llkons and family arThurlow Ashley, of Owcnsboro, rived In Hartford from Washington canio up last weok for a visit with his city Monday. Thoy made tho trip In father, Mr. James Ashley. n car. Mr. fclkons will probably reMr. It. H. Martin wns In Louisville main In tho county until after the Monday. Attorney C. E. election. Commonwealth's Smith attended to some legal matKsker Coleman, of Cromwell, wns ters at Owcnsboro, Wednesday. Alllo Howard, of Rockport, died of In town Monday. influenza Tuesday. Mr. Howard was Corporal Owen Austin, son of Mr. tho father of young Addison Howard, Mr. Billlo Hamilton, of Prentiss, Lon Austin, of Benvor Dam, hns noti- who was for soma time deputy circuit was In town Wednesday. fied his parents of his safe arrival In court clork hero, and who is now on Franco. his way to France. Mr. C. 0. Carter, of Narrows, called on us wlillo In .town Tuesday. Mr. Charllo King, linotype operator Thirty-si- x years In offlco and a with tho Central City Argus, visited hundred and fifty thousand dollars Mr. J. I. Coloman, of Prentiss, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John King, drawn in salaries from tho State's ;, was hero on business Monday. last week. treasury Is too much for any man to ask of a Democratic people. Judge . Itev. Walter Groop spent Sunday W. II. Parks has purchased tho Settlo should bo retired. with his parents, In Owcnsboro. houso and lot on Clny Street, formerly owned and occupied by Mrs. JCol-nMr. J. I. Goodman, for several Hubert Drake, of Nelson, liny nes. years foreman oi the Hartford Herburg county died of influenza at Camp ald ofllco, has resigned and has gone, Taylor, Monday. Superintendent Howard hns re wo understand, to Winchester. Ky , ceived tho teacher's pay for tho last to accept a position on a tin per (h"o It Is not expected tho Stato Board halt of tho seventh month of tho last Mr. Goodman loft tfartforJ Saturday. of Health will lift tho Influenza ban bchool year. for somutlmo yet. O. M. Selbort, of Mt. Canncl, 111., Mrs, John Bennett, of Louisville, Is hero to visit his children, who Cupt. J. J. Tllford, of Fordsvlllo. is, visiting hor husband's parents, Mr. mako their homo with Mr. and Mrs. has just Bono through n severe tit nnd Mrs. James Bonnett, on Fred-eric- a A, Grlgsby, their grandparents. Ono street. of Mr. Seibort's llttlo daughters has tack of Influenza. typhoid, but Is doing nicely at this Tho Ropubllcnn has a completely time. Mr. Sum Harnett has sold his farm, on tho river Just north of town, to equipped Job offlco, and one of tho best Job printers In tho stato. Bring Tho annual meeting of the Mr. II. M. Woostor. us your work. Engineers Association will bo held at Owensboro NoM. T. Likens has sold his dwelling Tho Liberty Loan Bond salo want vember Judge, Attorney, and C ncres of land, in East Hartover iu the county. Tho allotment members of tho Fiscal court and ford, to J. W. Robertson. wns $250,000 and more than $320,- elso who can do so should attend this meeting. Details next Mrs. Mary Bonn, and llttlo daugh- OOOvwas sold. weok. ter, Margurlto, of Sulphur Springs, Why send your boy to eollego and spent Monday In Hartford. fit him for public prefoiment If one Liout. C. M. Hawkins, who has UohsIo Llkons, daughter of Marlon man may hold otlioo coutiuttounly far boon stationed at Camp Plku, Aik, I years? at Mo- - thlrty-nl- x has hson trantfariod to Camp Cult, Likens, died of Inlluenio, Ponn. Camp Colt Is loeattd ou the Henry, the first of tlio vek. i ,. Juit whan tha vs ltaa was lifted ground of tha great battle of GettysThar ia a big demand for faruu. and everybody wm pfenning to ko burg. Only ma department of tha usil- Jwrldisg uaday (lis t cu'iur imui U' t, VUy Js lut '! i'-- LiUL' -- 'J1'; It you hava Uoil ja wnt tj aull spoiled it all with a rain. the tankx service. it iu the Republican. ui 12-1- 4. -..v at., H. & E. It. R. TEHE TABLE. Cnpt. Allison Harnett has written louth Bound, No. 115 9: 06 a. m. his mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnctt, of Duo at Hartford his arrival In France. Worth Bound, No. 114 p. m. Duo at Hartford A slxteon years old daughter of Mr. (Both "Mixed" Tralna.) Wo had misunderstood our inLon Bryant, of near Uosinc, died of formant when wo said last week only tho flu Saturday night. two men in tho recent draft had failed to claim deferred classification. It you have visitors or are going Quito a number of them failed to I Personal News Misses Ida Matthews, of Center-tow- n, Superintendent Howard received and Dora Pnrton, of Fords- notico Wednesday that tho school vlllo, wero guests of Miss Etta Hol- money for tho teachers will be comder, the first of tho week. ing right along now, and will all bo paid up by Christmas. However, When tho tax commissioner Ward, the" notice does not say when the gets through with tho assessment, "Right along" will begin. Ohio county's namo will have to be taken off tho list of tax dodgers. Rev. Hub Miller died suddenly at his home, nt Williams Mines, MonCounty Attorney Arthur Kirk asks day morning. Rev. Miller had Just us to say that his machine is at the made a fire In the cooking stove and disposal of doctors who may need turned to start a fire in the grate the use of it in making sick calls. when ho fell to tho floor, nnd expired within a few minutes. J. W. Robertson has sold his dwelling houso and lot, on Clay street, and Dr. J. S. Bean, of Horse Branch, 20 acres of land adjoining tho Fair came to town on business Monday, grounds, to Rev. R. E. Fuqua. and was pressed Into service for a number of sick calls while here. Hooker Williams lias purchased the With sickness nearly universal and tract of land owned by L. P. Fore- most of tho doctors In France, the man, on tho north side of the M. II. few left are working over time. & E. R. R., about a mile cast of town. Rev. S. F. Chapman, of Leltchfleld, who has been assigned by the KenUpon hor return from Nashville, tucky Conference pastor of tho Mrs. C M. Barnctt reports the recent church, lost a daughter, of inbirth of a grandchild, little Miss fluenza, last week, and flvo other Catherine, in tho family of her members of tho family are afflicted daughter, Mrs. E. W. Cooper. with the disease. These troubles have delayed Bro. Chapman In coming to The infectious quality of influenza his now charge. is indicated by the largo number of doctors who havo had it. More than Tinsley's friend. Battle Nail, who half tho physicians of tho county have something makes himself of a been afflicted with the malady. nuissanco around this shop, is drying up on tho stalk, and when ho mummi-fles- s Mrs. T. S. Marks and daughters, as wo believe ho will soon, wo Misses Lettie, Margaret and Mary, shall send tho carcass to tho Smlth-sonlo- n havo been in Owcnsbora, since WedInstitute so that the public nesday evening, on account of the generally can see what happened to death of Robert, son of Mrs. Marks. us for lo! these many days. I I 1 1 Fall &yls ExMbif: Read the big invi- tation in this week's Saturday Evening Post, for you tcTcall at our store Glove j I . 1 I I f I I I I I I I Bis siVQ display Y CarsSco f . . Hartford, Ky. v No-cre- ek BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. By I. D. Claire. After all tho flu saved the country of a lot of money. A lot of It was For the single men in the army the saved by tho people not going to war will soon bo qvor. shows and a heap was saved by them not havin' to chip in at the church The boardln' houso keepers Is the and sunday school collections. biggest patriots In tho country. They cut down tho food allowance to the If any of them fellers that's been last notch boss Hoover orders them Wo should appreciate a number of brlngln' mo homespun tobacco ever to. additional correspondents. Most every runs for offlco I'm for 'cm. neighborhood in tho county has MAGAN. enough local happenings, of public inTho girls that put on overalls and terest to make up a good news letter help dad on tho farm should havo We had a nice rain Saturday and each week. Wo will furnish stumps, tho first pick of husbands when tho Sunday. stationery and tho paper freo to cor- boys gits back, and the Red Cross Farmers are vory busy hauling respondents who will write with' rea- girls should have' second choice. The coal and preparing for winter. sonable regularity. Help us to gle old maids can scramble over what's Mr. H. A. Ralph and family and the people all the news of tho county. left. Mrs. Blrt Roach visited Mr. Alec Whltohouse last Sunday. Judge Cook has received notice The Mills, that tends to the grind-I- n Mrs. J. A. Muffett Is slowly Imon our linotypo, ground up three proving. from the State Board of Animal industry to Investigate a caso report- fingers on a job press Friday. Mr. Charles Mosley has moved on ed to tho board, wherein It is alleghis farm near Ralphs. ed that McKeo Bros., shipped cholera-IRepartee Lettln on like he did Mr. Bob Muffett made a business hogs from Hartford to not know Tlnsley had been away al trip to Whltesville last Friday. the Louisville market. Inquiry of tho weok, Kaiser Rial said to him Mr. Byron Kelly has returned home Mr. Mlschko, local freight agent tor Saturday, "Tlnsley, you had tho best from Bowling Green, whero ho has the M. H. & E. railroad, falls to dis- paper this weok you've had for a long been attondlng school. close that McKeo Bros., havo shipp- time." "Yes," said Tlnsley, "I workMrs. Helen Mldklff has received ed any stock from this point. There ed mighty hard gottin' copy ready for a telegram from Canalon, Mo., tellng is evidently some error in tho re- tho paper before I started on my of the death of her mothor, Mrs. port. huntin' trip," Henry Greer, who died from influen za. A number of people hnve come to Albert Rial says if a lot of fellers Mr. T, J. Brooks is building a new consult tho county attorney and coun- who'vo been settln' aroun his pop- addition to his residence. ty judge about bringing iu whisky corn wagon don't buy more corn ho Mrs. Jessie Brown nnd baby are for treatment of Influenza In their is going to sell their scats on the visiting her grandparents, Mr. and families. Thcso officials can not adMrs. L. A. Sharp. vise peoplo to violate a plain provi Willio Muffett wife and daughter sion of tho law. We are not speaking This shop nint run fair. Tlnsley Lorlno wero tho guests of Maudo for tho court officials, but on our own takes u weeks vacation in tho spring Stephens last Sunday. hook, when wo say If a membor of nnd another ono In tho fall, and mo Miss Ila Wosterfleld, of near Bells our family had tho dlseaso and our and Duko don't got no vacation a tnll Run, visited Miss Irena Canary last physician advised tho use of whisky 'copt Sundays. Sunday. wo would got it and trust to tho good Mr. Romoy Helton wifo and daughsenso of Uio court and juries not to Hartford's got more hospitality ter, Mary Louise, of near Dundeo, send us to jail. than any othor four towns In Kentuc- Yisltcd relatives at thiB place Satur i ky and more weeds. day and Sunday, CKNTKIITOW.W There are wovernl cases of tho flu Tho world Is gottin' worso in lots neur here. a Miss Annlo Reneer died at hor of things, and especially In humorists. home, Friday, of pneumonia, follow-- ! In tho old days there was Josh Bill- NOTICE. ,.. ,i. n.. .. 11, tit ll,i((1ntt ...... Afnrlf m..ww ntnl ........ (Mn- bo, mvuiiiu I.. Wtt.ru lliu nua lllli liiu nil. oi. ...nn u rn....i.r. iu Ohio Circuit Court. of their tinift, society, and will bo greatly missed, mons, c J. G. Wilson, et al Plaintiffs, Tho fumlly havo tho profound sym- and now wo havo only Vs. Notico. tors as Luko McLuko and Fluke pathy of tho community. No wonder tho Huns como M. T. Likens, Adinr. et a!.. Bofts. Mr. It, F. McKcnney Is seriously All persons having claims against 111 near winning tho war. at his homo, near here. tho Cbtato of Mrs. Agnes Brown, deMr, W. I. James is visiting relaI've bean holpln' snvo sugar by ceased, will fllo tho sumo with mo nt tives near Matanzas. Rev. J. B. Ruyburu, of Sacramen- takln' uiy coffoo and liquor straight. my olllco lu Hartford. Ky., properly proven and vorlflod, on or boforo to, apont Monday night In town. 11th, 1318. Some oltlos U bavin' the barbera Hr. W. R. Aeliby la building a new Given under my hand this 15th wear flu maaka. Tha injunction nrter reiidanea In town. day of October, 10 IS. Thar art aavarel oaaaa of laluati- - ba mada parpatual. OTTO f MRTIN, .a in town but non. of tiMau Master Cjiu: u.r. oMj crcult put out- - tba "Ship The firm what Court. luua. ict3 nfected o. Safety Match" give 'en an honest label. They'd bo perfectly safe to handle in a powder plant or broomsage patch. ,,' king-tickle- rs grin-extra- Mc-Flu- HOLl.OWKW IMIOOHAM. Kvory body will lmvo a Hnllowo'cn party, nnd Cynthn Grey, In tlic Louls-vlll- o Activity In tho open tobacco markets of Kentucky during tho month CIRCUIT COURT. ROCKI'ORT. On motion of Esq. Shown, it Is or- - Judge R. W. Slack, Owcniboro. conclusive of September offered Hcmld, offers the following proCh'm'u, Board James Wilson. proof of tho stability of prlco quota - dored that tho question of voting a gram for ontcrtalnmonU: Clerk Rushing Hunt. C. K. Smith, HartAttorney tlons on practically every grade and tax of tho sum of twenty (20) conts Cont'th. Police Judge John T, Jackson. Decorate tho rooms with nutunin ford. typo of tobacco. Whllo tho aggregate Ion tho Ono Hundred ($100.00) dol- made from leaves, Marshal Will Langford. - lars worth of all property subject by Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. sales wero not largo, showing a donpplen, cucumbers, squash, .nttnnklns, creaso of ili.ROO pounds, In cotnpnrl- - law to locnl taxntlon, under Section Mnster Commissioner HEAVER DAM. MarOtto C. with Incisions mailo for eyes, nose son with tho preceding month of; 157a of tho Constitution, for tho Ch'm'u. Board W. T. McICcnnoy.' tin, Hartford. nnd mouth, and plnco n lighted candlo tho averago prlco per 100 'provemont and construction of public Clerk R. W. King. Inside; cornstalks, black cats, bats pounds mado an ndvanco of $2. f!) roads nnd bridges of the county he Trustee .Jury Fund Cal P. Koowu, Police Judge J. W. Cooper. nnd witches., 1'unipklns filled with Hartford. whllo tho nverngo of $29.93 per 100 submitted to tho voters of Ohio R, F. Stovens. MnrBhnl nuts, red apples, popcorn and candy FLETCHER'S FOR pounds recorded for September is County. Said tax to bo levied each 1st Monday In March 13 days should bo placed nroUnd tho tables. KORDHVILLE. r L probably tho highest over paid for year for flvo consocutivo years Im, Com'th. nnd Civil. Pumpkin vases holding bunches of Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonca. mediately following said eluctton. Tho tobacco in Kentucky. pretty corner decora SIX BILLIONS VOTED Mondny In May 12 dayi Civil, 1st leaves make Clork Olln Cobb. Grcnt interest wns centered in n tnxes to bo collected nnd accounted placed tions. A skull nnd cross-bone- s BV HOUSE FOR AVAR smnll offering of new, 191S crop, for by tho Sheriff, at tho Pollco Judgu C. P. Kessiugcr. snmo time let Mondny In July 12 dnyBx over tho door entering tho houso MnrBhnl Grant Pollard. Com'th. nnd Civil. Hurley which sold nt an averago of and in the samo manner nnd by tho should would bo appropriate. Tho hnll Vnshlngton.Oct. IS. Tho Six Bill- $24. 88 per 100 pounds. Considering samo process that ho collects other 3d Mondny in September 12 dnya bo In total darkness except for tho ion dollar Military Deficiency Bill tho qunllty of tho tobacco and Its con- taxes, nnd an election Is hereby orderCivil. light coming from tho was passed today by tho House with- dition so early in tho season the price ed to be held throughout Ohio CounOFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 4th Monday in November 12 days In all shapes and sizes In various out a dissenting vote nnd sent to tho Is County Bonn! of Education. said to havo been extremely high, ty, In all tho voting precincts therein, plnccs. Tho department stores and Scnnto In practically tho same form Com'th. nnd Civil. nnd Indlcntivo of the upward trend of on tho Gth., day of November, 191S, novelty shops are showing all sorts that It camo from tho Appropriations E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. hurley prices for tho new crop. Old upon tho proposition of whether or COUNT!" COURT. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartof Hallowe'en novelties nt reasonablo Committee. crop burloy, in September, touched not n property tax of twenty (20) prices. Tho table decoration In tho ford, Ky. Before tho Houso tool: a final veto its highest level, averaging $0.19 per cents on each Ono Hundred (100) Moots first Mondny In each month. dining room might be a pumpkin several Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo,. wero 100 pounds more thnn In August, legislative! sections Judge Mack Cook. Dollars worth of property in Ohio chryanthe-mum- s holding a largo bunch of Ky. stricken out on points of order. They whllo bnrlcy sold for growers ap- County shall ho levied for flvo (5) County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. or golden rod. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows,. included ono for a war salvage com- proached close to tho $40 per 100 consecutive years, next Immediately Clerk W. C. Blankenship. Provide plenty of home-mad- o Ky. mission to bo appointed by tho Presi- pounds mark. A year ago hurley following said election for tho purShcrlir S. A. Bratcher. pumpkin plo, doughnuts, gingerbread, dent and to recommend to Congress Dlv. No 4 Robort Goff, Rosine,. sold for less than $20 per 100 pose of Improving nnd constructing, Superintendent E. S. Howard. sandwiches, apples, nuts nnd elder or what disposition should bo mado of Ky. pounds, and less thnn two years ago, cither or both, tho roads and bridges Jailer Worth Tlchonor. hot coffee. property acquired by the Government an average of $12 to $14 was consid- of Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevons, Beav the county. Tav Commissioner D. E. Ward. The following games and tests of during the war. Another would havo er Dam, Ky. ered high. Said election to ho advertised, hold Surveyor C. S. Moxley. fate and fortune will furnish enter- granted authority to the chief of Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, grades mado a new rec- and conducted In tho manner accordCoroner E. P. Jtodgcrs. tainment for young and old: to make agreements with lo ord In September at $21.75, mnklng ing to tho several provisions Ky. nnd reApple-Seed- s Name two wet applo cal authorities for tho Government to Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In, FISCAL COURT. an increase over the preceding month quirements of tho laws of tho Comseeds nnd stick them on the forehead. pay half tho cost of roads damaged February; let Mondny 111 April; let of $2.10 par 100 pounds. A year ago monwealth of Kentucky, now In force First seed to fall Indicates that per- by army vehicles. Moets Tuesdny after first Monday Monday in Juno; 1st Mondny In Ausimilar grades brought nround $12. governing such elections nnd under son for whom the seed Is named Is Besides providing vast sums for tho Unfired dark tobacco mndo an ad- the general election laws of tho Com- In January, April nnd October. gust; 1st Mondny in Octobor; lsts not a true lover. War Department tho bill also pro- vance In September of $0.15 per 100 monwealth of Kentucky, wlicro snmo 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny In December. Apple Parings Each guest, recelv vides $107,217,000 for tho navy and County Board of Examiners Routo 3. E. S. pounds; fired dark decreased $0.02 relate and apply to elections held to Jng applo and knife, Is requested to $70,000,000 for tho War Risk Inper 100 pounds. determine the above question; and no 2ml District Sam L. Stevens, Denv- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O, peel applo without breaking; then surance Bureau to pay allotments to er Dam. a- amount of money In excess of the swing paring around head and let families of soldiers and sailors. When a ou nave Backacho tho liver amount that can bo raised by the levy Inl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 26 Common School-Diplomdrop to floor. The letter formed Is In anticipation of final action on or kidneys are sure to be out of gear. In any one year, 4th District G. W. Rowe, Contor-tow- n. Examination. shall be expended in Initial of future mate's name. Or you tho bill Representative Try Snnol, it does wonders for tho May 10 and 11 Common School' that year. may hang your paring over the Kitchln, tho Democratic leader, after A trial liver, kidneys and bladder. W. C. Dnugherty.Balzc- - Diploma Examination. S. A. Bratcher, Sheriff or Ohio 5th District door the first of opposite sex to pass a conference with Senator Martin, 50c bottle will convlnco you. Get it town. May 17 and IS County Teachers' County, Ky. Is hereby appointed, under will bo your mate. majority leader in the Senate, an- at the drug store 4G-Examination (white). ordered and directed to advertise the nth District W. S. Denn, Dundee Raisin Race A raisin Is strung in nounced that he would endeavor to May 24 and 25 County Teachers 7th Dlstrlrt B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. middle of thread a yard long, and two bring about another series of three-da- y Surgeons agree that in cases of time and purpose of tho election and Kth District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). the amount of taxes to be levied each persons tako each end of string in recesses In the House, beginning Cuts. Burns. Bruises and wounds. ford, Routo 5. Juno 22 nnd 23 County and mouth; whoever by chewing string, probably tomorrow and continuing The first treatment is most import- - year aml tho "uer of years for Examination (white). reaches raisin first has raisin and will until October 29, tho date proposed ant. When an efficient antiseptic Is ",,,ch ,l ,s to ,l0 lcvle'1 nml collected HARTFORD. Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd State in the newspaper published in Ohio be first wedded. for the begining of the Joint recess applied promptly, there Is no danger Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). Blind Nut Seekers Let several until after the November elections. .nvlnB tho larKest c,rcil,a" of infection, and the wound begins Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 and 21 County nnd Stato tlon for thirty (30) days beforo the hide nuts guests be blindfolded. Then After Congress reconvenes Novem- to heal at once. For use on man or Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers Examlnntlon (whlto). and apples in various parts of the ber 12, Mr. Kltchin said, the House beast, Borozone Is the ideal antisep- said election and he, the said sheriff, E. P. Caseblcr. Marshal Sept. 27 nnd 28 County nnd Stats house or'room. One finding most wins probably will continue its three-da- y tic and healing agent. Buy it now will cause a poll to bo opened in each prize. recesses until the Senate disposes of and bo ready for an emergency. Price and nil the precincts in and through Barrel Hoop Suspend horizontal- the War Revenue Bill. He predicted 25c. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio out Ohio County, on tho nbove named We Knock the Spots Out of Thlnji ly from ceiling a barrel hoop on that the revenue measure would not Drug Co. WILL YOU m date, as the law in such cases directs alternately at be ready for the President's signaand ho may advertise said election by which are fastened mm TAKE having a certified copy of this order regular intervals apples, cakes, can- ture until December. ALL K1CHT (.'MILS! published, ns above directed, nnd W. dies and candle ends. Players gather e JO PUT EM ON! C. Blankenship, Clerk of tho Ohio In circle and, as it revolves, each in How's turn tries to bite one of the edibles; Lincoln, Neb., Oct. IS Neither the County Court, Is ordered nnd direct- French Dry Cleaned and Preaied la I A Traalnsnl We offer One the oue who seizes the candle pays for any case ofHundred Dollars Reward law of God nor tho law of man at ed to furnish said Sheriff with a cer Suporlcr Manner. Catarrh that cannot be BbK,SBBBBBBBBBBBVBbV Ji. for WEARcured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. the forfeit. prevents women tified copy of this order, as it appears Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken least in Nebraska upon the Order Book, in time for Send ua your Garments and MVK Fortune Teller Tho Pumpkin LUNGS or by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fiv- e from wearing men's clothes when Them years, and has become known as the they aro engaged in war work, At- said publication. Choose a middle sized pumpkin and CONSUMPTION. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall s Tho said Sheriff and County Clerk cut or paint all the letters of the Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on torney General W. E. Reed ruled to CLEANED CLUAN aro further ordered and directed to upon Its sides, Set it on a the Mucous surfaces, expclllnp tho Poialphabet day. son from the Blood and healing the disleaf garlanded tray In the center of a eased portions. A Quick relief for thai tifeJ, run down Irflinc. Attorney General Reed's opinion do and perform each and every thing Package called for and uellTerea. couctu. paint in cheil. nlthl tweatt. hrmor After you have taken Hall's Catarrh was given to tho Itev. W. B. Longpre. required under tho laws of tho Comtable. Blindfold the guests, one small contumpllon. II II dot at a time, and give them a hat pin. Medicine for a short time you will see a of Maxwell, Neb., who wrote Gover- monwealth of Kentucky, In advertis- THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB thicei, vciW Itluncs or nothiot. genera, coats you rrcat Improvement In your aol bcip you c Lead the fortune seeker to the pump- health. Start taUlnn Hall's Catarrh Medinor Keith Neville a letter saying the ing nnd conducting such election and A. Iva Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL CO. cine at once and pet rid of catarrh. Send in tho preservation of the ballots kin and let her point out a letter with foi testimonials, free. wearing of men's garments by women HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. the pin. The first letter chosen is the was against Bible doctrine nnd ask- and the canvassing and certification Sold by all DrUKrlsts. 75c. initial of her future mate's first name. ing if it was contrary to State law. of the votes and said election Is diTurn the blindfolded person three QOOD Gov. Neville put the question up to rected to be held In all respects as reNEW REVENUE BILL. r ILEXWGTOH, KY., BUSIHESS UHlVEBSmf such times, and let her point the second tho State's legal advisor and the opin- quired by law governing (he. taJ Strata U W3bsx R. Ssutfc Bularu CQct elections. initial, which Is that of her "fate's" followed. The new revenue bill now before ion Buftlnetf, Short Hind, Typewriting and Telegraphr' It is further ordered that it Is tho last name. Secured or Your Money Back This oM an injtutntiat congress provides tho widest scheme sense of this court, In the event said Colic sn ran da mach for you take tiro Drmighon Training, the Thu Apple Seed Fortune At 10 of taxation ever considered by youitt ajtc0(aadtrwftr1 that tramlntr that buslnoM men inriarwi Ynn election results in favor of the levy htgh BatansS waring o'clock on Hallowe'en night choose a body. can tako It at college or lit malL Write portion. IH plo mo. awtnlisj It is proposed to raise six bilFOR FLETCHER'S and collection of such tax, as afore- DIUUUIIU.VS I'UVCTILAI. HUglJOSK CULLKuF HtcUI (Vupm for Got apple and snap it with the forelargo lions of dollars annually. Considerat eminent llniplnrmrnt. l'tduuh. k said, the money thereby derived shall finger whllo saying, "Applo rosy, aprradu&tN. Ileum ny time. tion of the bill is not yet complete, be so used and apportioned as that in plo bright, tell my fortune true toO iLsU of a ! l'rlnlr!. ) xorlal.M attend in4lrt-- r but most of its provisions havo been each magisterial District of tho counIon, Um PetriLi boaot. pemiouura, night!" Eat the applo and count tho agreed upon by tho Senate. If TURN HACK THE CLOCKS. there ty. There bhall bo used tho sum LEXINGTON, KY.. R. SMITH eeds.Two seeds protend an early Is anything left untaxed it is omitted ns aforesaid, in such district, marriago date; three, a legacy or by oversight. Among tho numerous Regular trains on all railroads unEAR, THROAT, NOSE EiE, and constructing, for improving a present; four, great wealth; five, a provisions And Fitting of Glasses of the bill we mention tho der Federal admlnstratlon will lay either or both, tho roads and bridges long journey; six, fame; seven, the following: over in stations ono hour during tho THE tax, though this shall Masonlo herein from said KY. granting of your dearest wish; eight, SEWING Jowelry.10 per cent; Perfumes and night of Saturday, October 26, wait- not in nny way restrict or impnre tho Templa a handsome husband; nine, a gift of MACHINt toilet waters, face powders and tooth ing for the regular schedules to catch expenditure of other lawful funds In money; ten, a happy marriage. up with them. For at 2 a. in., October OF washes, 10 per cent; Cameras and each respective Magisterial District, Arrange three Scotch "Luggies" QUALITY. candy, 10 per cent; Pistols, 10 per 27, tho country goes off tho daylight for said purposes, Just as funds aro LIV-VER-LAX saucers In a row, one filled with clear cent; Dirks, brass knuckles, Bowlo saving plnn and works hack to reguwater, one with muddy water, and knives, 100 per cent; Whisky, lar standard time. Tho Director Gen- now and have heretofore been used, $6.40 so far as such funds may be necessary one empty. Blindfold each guest and per NOT gal; present tobacco doubled; eral of Railroads issued orders here permit each to choose a saucer. Put- passenger automobiles, tax per cent. that all railroad clocks and watches and available, and In tho manner SOLD 5 provided by law, and that a more ting tho hand into clear water indiUN,DER Men's woman's and boy's suits should bo turned back ono hour at 2 adequate nnd efectlvo method of cates a young and handsome mate. ANY costing less than flfty dollars exempt a. m., October 27, and that regain working tho roads bo put In oporatlon OTHER Tho saucer of muddy water Indicates oE from tux. Men's hats costing more trains then must be held to conform than is now in effect. Ayes and Nays NAME. tho chooser as tho future mate of than six dollars and women's hats to schedules after tho change In tlino. being cnlled resulted In all tho Justiwidow or widower, and tho empty costing mm more than 15 dollars, taxed. ces present voting in tho afflrmatlvo, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. fcauccr indicates a solitary life. FISCAL COURT ORDER. All persons engaged In any trade, thereupon tho motion was declared " Candles of Fate Let tho hostess If you purchase the NKV JIOMK you will. profession whoso gross arrange a smnll candlo for each business or Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay oft havealiroaMcutttioprlceyoupayaudwU Regular Torm Ohio County Fiscal carried and so ordered. receipts exceed $2,500 taxed 10 per MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. from work for days by taking calome not lmvo an endless clmlu of rejulra. guest having each a different color. Court. October Term, 1918. "Resolux cent, farmers included. keeps yor when pleasant in- Stato of Kentucky, Set. Fasten each caudle to a card on which tion nnd Order. on your feet, whiloreliovingyourtrouh Quality County of Ohio. wo- a "fortune" Is written. Tlo tho On motion of Esquire W. S. Dean, le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl IT BOOTS $1(10 A PAIR. I, W. C. Blankonshlp, Clerk of tho tnko anything else. You can't adore men's candles with pink and tho Consideree in the event tho it is ordered that it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bys men's with blue ribbon and arrange Paris, October 16. Food prices in Question of voting a 20 cent road Ohio County Fiscal Court, do cortlfy tern nnd relieves constination. A nat it is the on separate trays. Allow eoch guest to Petrograd and Moscow are tho high- tnx, for a period of Flvo (5) yearj, that tho foregoing Is a true nnd corural remedy, natural in its actions, Burt i Cheapest a card and read his fortune est over ruMrdod thrro.accoidlng to should carry In favor of said lax, rect copy of the order as appears on In Its ellect ana certain in results. Jl draw won't be long beforo Uo- - Vc'Lax wit aloud. Simple rhymes muko up tho lettors received hero by tho father of this court will chango tho system of Order Book number 3, pago 573, in thecal) fHsBsmKSl Given under my hand, this thu 30th completely displace calomel In even "fortunes" as, "Ho careful, you who two French women, now in Russia. working tho pubic! roads of Ohio home. i Children can take it frcclv anc to buy. chose tho pink. Beforo you marry Boots cost $160 a pair and a mini's County, nnd will discontinue, the day of September, 1918, with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guarW. C. BLANKENSHIP. think and think!" "Lucky maid who suit $240. Tho clothing and shoo system of working tho roads by antceu. oucanu $1 in noitics. iNom If yon want avowing machine, write for; penulno without tho likeness and sigue our latest catalogue before you piirehako. chooses blue shall havo husbands crisis wbb bald to bo "terrible." These hands, and tho very best system will Clerk Ohio County Court. Grigsby. For Bile by ! ono and two!" Pursuant to tho foregoing order, turc 0IL.K, Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Ma& French womon said they wero paying bo substituted for (ho system now In . Th8 New UaxtforA Kl Dumb Cako At 11:30 o'clock let 50 cents for ono egg, $1.75 for u pint force. Ayes and nayes being called nnd, by vlrturo of tho power invested i. M. WILLIAMS. each guest placo u handful of flour on of milk, $4 for n pound of meat, $10 resulted in all of tho Justices present l' ' ns Sheriff of Ohio county. Ken a sheet of white paper and lay It on a Dound for butter. $1.50 a notincl for voting in tho nfflrmntivo, whereupon tucky, I hereby causo tho aforesaid the hearth beforo tho fire. Sl Inkle ,,U)tlltoea una-1 f()r flsh, Tho tho motion was declared carried and order to bo published as required by (l .w each cake with salt, mix with a little Uu88un law, and further direct and shall ,t mU8t bo rcluo,,or- - so ordered. causo the vurlous ollicord whose duty MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. nuicr uiiu run in u mu.ui i'.iuu, nihil ed is about ono fifth less than tho it is, to open n poll In each of tho A true copy attest; Amuiican pound nvolrdupols. ' voting places within tho County of W. C. BLANKENSHIP. 14tl We buy old FALSE TEETH UNCERTAIN! . Clork Ohio County Fiscal Court. Ohio ou Tuesday, November tho 5th., 1918, to tako tho sense of the qualifiWe pay from $2 00 to $35.00 por I Svecccd FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE when everything elw fails. Dissolve. In water for douches stopf set (broken or not). Wo also pay 'Are you ougugud in a ugoloes oc Do you got up at night? Sanol H ed voters upon tho question ns set , In neivoui prwtratio'x and female palvic catarrh, uleernHcn t J Inflam. ' ea!cnc3sc they aro the &upnine actual Mriue for Diamonds, old Gold, cupation?" suroly the best for nil kidney or blad- out in tho above and foiegolng menRccomnien'J-- J I, I.ydia . mation ' . icuiedy, at tuouimrids have tctificj. afiiiialluiou I II ' haiiIIajI If. der trouble. Sauol given rellof in tioned order. Silver and Uililge-woi- k Send ut IB, 0UU1I7W1IIVB Finlihnm Med. Co, for lni1l ,11, 1 24 hour, form all backache yearn. FO K!NY,L!VER AND 30tU. Witness my hand, this tho once by parcel post uud receive eaah Kra.tus IMnkley, "an' aoiustiuiM A healing v sido for and bind- catarrh, STGMACt-- TOOUBL.E soro throat and corovy cs. t'vonuiaiciit. l. return wall. M.UEK'M TOOTH Isn't. It all depend on Uuw dts mule iVr troubles. Sauol la a guaranteed (lay of September, A. D. , 191S. o m mo p..'M I uuww ever ovia a llu llr.oniuuy rleti 'Mi u li , i n S. A. BRATCHMU. SPfcrtALTY, Dept. X, 1007 So. SI Fa drivla' uappeaa to be feeliH' 'bout- - remedy. Sue end $1.00 a battle at Fy 5(fc, .til into, fl over a drugiit 's counter. lVj'j'-Tt- ! Sheriff, Ohio 'County. feg I'M'! Cnmy, w (H,uJ lc-y- r . St., PtHtaAe)IN drug alore. la. matter." Waehtngtaa Star. tho litis dt OBboawa Mir.ica-j3v- ing silently. Mnrk the cako with tho owners Initial, using a now pin for tho marking. As midnight strikes tho future mnto of tho first ono In tho party who Is to marry will enter tho room and lay n finger on tho chosen cakol If the rooms nro largo, such games n "Spin tho Pinto," "Drop tho Hand- kerchief" and Bllndmnn's Buff" will ho found enjoyable. a TlfK TOBACCO MAUKKT. OKDKHH OHIO COUNTY COURT, HlH'TK.MIIKll B. 1IMH. Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. DIRECTORY ii Children Cry CASTO R A 20. One-suck- er V. ff. yr Stnto-Teacher- I i i This? Ladies' and Men's Garments Ssl OUR GERMINAL REMEDY BEBSUKp FOR ONE MONTH ! SluSr? Children Cry P OSITION to-dOWl-NSBOR- 1 OASTO Rl A do-rlv- DR. J. H.THORPES USE NEW . For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Vcr-La- HOME UHJJjylS DElTr"5 - ,,,,,, ,, Every Woman Wants T V i 1 3 1 S""''". l Farm Department " farmers mako a prnctlco of causo souring of tho moat very soon buying owes In tlio fall, breeding after dressing. In no lnstanco should them nnd selling tho lambs tlio fol- nn animal bo killed immediately after lowing summer. Such owes can bo a long drive or a rapid run about tho cnrrlcil through tho wlntor on wlicat pasture, if heated by such causo it is nnil ryo fields If not pastured too fnr bettor to allow It to rest over closely, or on clover hay with sumo night before killing than to risk tho roots nnd a llttlo linseed meal. If nuat spoiling. Tho flesh ot nn animal tho clover hay Is not nvnllablo, com that has been overheated is usually fodder may bo used as roughngo, in of a palo color and very often develops a sour or putrid odor within which caso it should always bo with bran or linseed meal. throo or four days after being Mnny j Net Contents lSPluid Dranhnyj GASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. 'I e"? ' ... r- - 1. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria f : VziU c ' 5 k, ,, ALCOIIOL-OPBROnN- T. Lambs should ciimo early nnd should bo taught to cat as soon as they aro old enough. GIvo lambs access to corn The cavalry by providing a creep through which most essential they can go without allowing tho being notably ewes to follow. ond German i ty Rctfula-fjilnUwSlonacteandCwtttrf. hlmilnUraJUicrood Always Bears the or trooper's mount Is in warfare, its worth consplclous In the sec- .1 .2 2?M ..' i. Thereby-rromolin- v uiseau Signature of 1 VJ retreat at tho Marno. '". - neither OniumIorphincnor 'Minml-NoTNAncoTtc Do You Think There is No Competition? 19 no competition amongst packers he ought to go through a day's the big work with Swift & Company. Let him begin at the pens w..en the live stock comes in; let him try to buy a nice bunch of fat steer9 quietly and at his own price without somebody's bidding against him. Let him realize the scrupulous care taken at the ' plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order that costs may be held to a minimum. Let him go up into the office where market reports are coming in, and reports of what other concerns are doing. Let him watch the director of the Swift Refrigerator fleet, maneuvering it over the face of the country like a fleet of battleships at sea. Let him take a trip with a Swift & Company salesman and try to sell a few orders of meat. Let him stay at a branch house for an hour or two and see the retail meat dealers drive their bargains to the last penny as they shop around among the packers' branch houses, the wholesale dealers, and the local packing plants. And then, when the day is over, let him have half an hour in the accounting department, where he can see for himself on what small profits the business is done. (Less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales.) If he still thinks there is no competition in the meat business it will be because he wants to think so. If anyone thinks there llxerrlse Slircp In Wlntor. If the lambs are to bo born strong and vigorous, a moderate amount of exercise is necessary for tho ewes during tho winter. This can bo obtained by scattering their roughage over a field nnd allowing them to work back nnd forth over it whilo eating, or by feeding somo of tho roughngo away from their some distance shelter. If winter pastures aro used, no other arrangement for excrciso Is necessary. At no .time should the pregnant ewes bo forced to wado through deep mud or snow, neither should thoy bo chased by dogs nor forced to Jump over boards nor to pass through narrow doors, as such treatment is sure to cause loss of lambs op of both owes and lambs. If fleeces aro allowed to becomo soaked with rain or wet snow, colds nnd pneumonia will surely result. Dry snow, on tho other hand, has no ill effect, as the ewes readily shake it off. A recent estimate of tho Department of Agriculture places the number of horses In tho U. S. at tho present time at 21,563,000. hl, KS3&5 jhtfrotowesx'auiuu JlxSma,, JiochtlkSillt J'trpirmM JlUtrtmnttSM 1,'arnSad . T7 r in J..far Constipation and Diarrhoea. In -- Farm Land Averages. Of tho total farm land at tho tlmo of the last census 1910 which comprised about 879,000,000 acres, somewhat more than 0110 third was In crops, one third in pasture and a llttlo less thnn one third In all other kinds of farm lands. Land in Improved pastures representing nearly one tenth of the total land in farms, nnd doubtless Is used for crops from one half to threo fourths of the time, according to the crop rotation that is practiced. A large part of tho pasture land is unimproved, about acres being "woodland pasture," and 108,000,000 acres "other unimproved pasture." This information is from Bulletin 626, United States Dcpartmcn fto Agriculture. Win Ids Potato Record. What is said to bo tho world's production of marketable potatoes on ono acre 49,531. pounds, or S25 bushels has been made on an acre of land in the southeastern part of Utah, a few miles from the Ari zona state Hue. The record yield was made in response to a competition fostered by the Mormon Church, and the church authorities drew a check for $1,000 payable to a representative of Kunab Ward, of the Kanab Stake of the church, which is responsible for tho production. This yield Is cer tilled to by more than 50 farmers and Is reported in the Reclamation Re' cord. ro-co- rd Onu di r ZA.1 Vti it "J resulting thcrcfroinjntancy. A.OSS jcvn'"i"f ur -- Ij Am Use For Over fsSlM. TilECnNTAVn COMPLY. Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CINTAUfl COMPANY, NtW YORK CITY, Cooling Meat To Keep. Slaughtered animals must bo cooled soon after they nrc killed and yet thoy must not be allowed to freeze. In tho winter a day for slaughtering should bo chosen when there Is a prospect of cooling the carcass before tho surface freezes. The most desirable tempeture for cooling meat is 34 to 40 degrees F. and an approach to these tompeartures will glvo good results. In summer it is best to dress tho animal In tho evening, leaving the carcass In the open air at night and carrying It to a cool, dark collar before tho flics are out In the morning. There should be no fresh paint, tar, Kerosene or similar substance near as rrcshty killed meat absorbs flavors readily. Starck Pianos in Advance Satisfaction Gnat LowestNet No Money anteed Fa ot oy Prices 9. A. ETARCK PRESIDENT Terms A Saving of IOO to $200Fnc Front tory Direct Baaicai Swift & Company, U. , i'on Tin: cuitious. What year? Is tho dato of Easter next April 20. Theodore F. H. S., Waycross, Ga. Is tho ago "What of lloosevolt? Inquirer City Mr. Roosevelt was burn on October 27, 1SGS. Ho will bo CO years old in this month. What Is tho deepest placo in tho ocean? G. II. W., Dayton, Ohio Tho deepest placo In tho ocean yet found Is off Mindanao, Philippine Islands, 32,088 feet. cal terms wutt, volt and ampere? Dclphos. Ohio Tho Subscrlbor, watt is tho unit expressing olectrlcal energy, ns horso power represents tho enorgy in mechanics. It Is tho s,um of tho volt (pressuro) times amporo (rato of flow.) Thus two volts times two amperes would glvo you four What Is tho moaning of tho electri- watts. Pleaso toll mo tho value ot n centime Froncli monoy? J. y.. Hillsboro, Ohio A franc (French monoy) is equal to 19.3 cents in United States monoy. Thero aro 100 centimes in a franco. A centime Is a llttlo less than one fifth ot u cent. Has tho Panama Canal a recognized Hag? Dally Header, City. Yes. It is a blue square containing tho initials "P. C." in white. In what spoccli did President son mako tho statement that wo not dopond upon tho word ot tho WilcanKai- ? It was: In tho second last paragraph ot thd President's reply to tho peace proposal of Popo Uenedict. It follows: "VU cannot tako the word ot the presont rtilors of Germany as a guaranteo of nythlng that H. S., ser? h. City. Well Inn Spoils Kgs. More than 5,000,000 dozen eggs S. spoil needlessly ever year in cold storage simply becnuso some one has allowed clean eggs to get wet or has washed dirty eggs before sending them to market, according to specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture. Investagatlons havo shown that from 17 to 22 per cent of washed eggs become worthless in storage, whereas only 4 to 8 per cent of dirty eggs stored unwashed spoil. Tho explanltatlon Is simply that is to endure unless explicitly supported by such conclusive evidence of the water removes from the shell of the will nnd purpose of tho German peo- egg a gelatinous covering which helps ple themselves as tho other peoples ot to keep out air and germs'. of tho world would bo Justfled In accepting. Without such guarantees, Good Health Menus Good Meat. treaties or settlement, aggrcments for A largo amount of fat Is not essendisarmament, convenants to set up tial to wholesome meat and it is far arbitration In tho placo ot force, ter- moro important that an animal bo in ritorial adjustments, reconstructions good health than that It bo extremely of small nations, if made with tho fat. Gorman Govornment, no man, no na"Never kill an animal that lsjoslng tion, could now depend on." flesh" Is n maxim that is followed by butchers, and observation points to a Is tho coast guard a part of tho na- logical reason. When an animal is vy? falling In flesh tho musclo fibres aro During shrinking in volume and contain corK. G. McA., Florence, Ala. tho period of war, yes. In tlmo ot respondingly loss water. As a conspcaco It is under tho direction of tho equent tho meat is tougher and drier. Treasury Department. It consists of When an animal is gaining In flesh tho revenue cutter nnd tho opposite condition obtains and n services. bettor quality of meat Is tho result. Alsb, a hotter product will bo obtainHow many Gorman soldiers havo ed from nn animal in only medium been killed In tho war? flesh but gaining rapidly than from a S. M. Hucyrus, Ohio Wo havo no very fat animal that is at a standbtill way of ascertaining tho Information or that is loosing llesh. you request. It would bo difficult to approximate tho great numbor of l'M'parlng Animal Km Slaughter. fatalities in tho Gorman army during It is important that an animal intho last two months. Tho loss cortaln- - tended for slaughter should bo kept ly must havo been torriflc. In a stato-inooff feed for 24 to 3G hours. It kept before tho Helchstag, October on full feed tho system is gorged and 30, 1917, Ledobour, Socialist mombor tlio blood vessels loaded. In 'such a said: "Wo havo 1,500,000 dead, 3,- - condition It Is impossible to drain out 000.000 to 4,000,000 wounded, of tho veins thoroughly when the animal whom 600,000 aro crippled for life is bled, and a reddish colored, and 2,000,000 absolutely invalid. carcass will bo tho result. Cincinnati Enquirer. Food lu tho stomach decomposes very m rapidly aftor slaughter,' and whero tho dressing is slow the gases generWoman's Case ated often flavor tho meat. Water Startles Rockport should bo given freely up to tho tlmo A business man's wlfo could not of sluughter, as it keeps the temperaroad or sow without sharp pain in ture normal and holps to wash out hor eyes. For years her oyes woro the system, resulting in a nicely colred and weak. Finally sho tried puro or oil carenss. Lavoptlk oyo wash. Tho result of Tho caro of animals provious to ONE application astonished hor. A slaughter has considerable offect on small bottle Lavoptlk is guarunteod the keeping qualities of the moat. It to bonont EVERY CASE weak, strain- Is highly important that thoy bo not to ed or inflamed oyes. ONE WASH excited in any way sufficiently will startlo with its quick results. rnlso tho toniperuturo of tho body. Aluminum oyo cup FHEE. Harrel Excltomont prevents proper dralungo G of blood vessels, and it extreme will Bros, druggists at Rockport. A. October Crop llcpoit. General and national improvement in crop prospects on October 1 over a month ago was shown here by tho De partment of Agriculture's monthly re port. Corn, which had such a big loss In prospective production as a result of July and August weather, improved to tho extent of 46,000,000 bushels, and now gives prospect of a 2,717,- 775,000-bUBhcrop, which would be 441,000,000 bushels smaller than last el Wa will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano (or 30 days' frie trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not And It the highest grade, sweetest tone J and finest piano in every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send lfback, and we will, In that event. Day the frelcht both ways. T. Is Starck Piano must make cood with you. or there is no sale. We ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that save you upwards of $150 00 in die cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can You are assured of receiving secure e'.aewhere. a sstiifactor? tweet toned durable high grade on nftvc cdcc uu uhio rntt Savi $150.00 tdiai iiuhl own home in your tr Mr Easy Paym.nls Ton pay no cash down, but after SO days of trill, you can begin psyment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without missing the money. . -- . piano. year's. Spring wheat during tho month im proved to the extent of about 20,000, 000 bushels, making a crop of 363,- or 131,000,000 195,000 bushels, last bushels more than producted year. With this addition to spring wheat tho total wheat crop, Including winter wheat now in prospect, is bushels. That comes closo to mark set by the the billion-bushGovernment last fall to meet the war needs ot America and tho allies. This years tobacco crop will bo the largest over grown: Tobacco, 1,265,- 362,000 pounds; pears, 10,194,000 bushels; apples, 198,389,000 bushels; sugar beets, 6,458,000 tons; Kafirs, 72,650,000 bushels; beans, 17,802,-00- 0 bushels. , Estimates 01 production of other crops follow: Oats, 1.535,297,000 bushels; bar-lo236,505,000 bushols; buckwheat, 19,473,000 bushels; white potatoes, 391,279,000 bushels; sweet potatoes, 85,473,000 bushols; flax, 15,606,000 bushels; rice, 41,918,000 bushels. Condition of tho various crops on 6ctobor the first was announced as follows: Com, 68.6 per cent of, a normal: buckwheat, 75.6; white potatoes, 73.7 sweet potatoes, 77.4; flax, 70.8; rlco, 85.4; tobacco, S7.4; sugar beets, 89.6 kaflrs, 49. Condition of corn October 1 and tho forecast ot production by principal states follow: Ohio, 75 per cunt and 135,423,000 bushels; Indiana, 78 per cent and 192,224,000 bushels; Illinois, 70 por cunt and 349,448,000 bushels; Iowa, 83 por cont and 402,147,000 bushels; Missouri, 54 por cent and 147,470,-00- 0 bushols; Kansas, 20 per cent and 46,696,000 bushels. 918,-920,0el y, OK.Ymv Giiain ETety Btarck Piano 1 guaranteed for 25 years. This guarantee htJ back of It our 35 years ot plans experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 2nd- - Hand largalni laytT'MaMt the best and most Starck Player-Pianc SlaTBK 50 Frae Musis Lessons Ta every purchaser of SUrck Pianos, we give tree music lessons, in one of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you can take in your own home, by mail. This represent! one year's free instruction. 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In most towns whero tho markets havo been estab lished old buildings centrally located havo been utilized and furnished at llttlo cost. In many ot the markets products canning kitchens aro conducted and fruits and vegetables not sold in tho first state aro canned either for tho ownor at cost or to bo sold later. lU'innie Tlio TraMi From The Garden Tills Full. If you had trouble with potato bugs, cutworms, or from diseases this season you can do a great deal toward controlling theso pests next year by giving tho garden a through houseclcaning this fall. Many kinds of insects that feed on garden crops and diseases that effect, vegetables pass through tho wlntor protected by or on the remains of the plants. Old cabbage btalks, tomato vinos and similar muterlal should bo collected and burned. Tho ground itself should be spaded and sowed to rye or crimson clover, or if neither of theso crops can bo planted tho ground should bo allowed to Ho rough so that freezing will destroy as many insects us pos sible. Spirit. Tho Tho moro tho farmer shows the spirit tho greater is the advantage accruing to him personally nnd from a business standpoint. New ideas, progrcssivo methods, valuable business connections can bo gained only by rubbing elbows with tho world outsindo his own fences. Taking an active and positive part in community events, interchange ot views with successful men of affairs, getting beyond the border of his county and state and mixing with people this to mako himself felt j in his own community. All this has a broadening valuo, not easy to com-pu- to in hard dollars and cents, but qulto easy to sum up in profitable ts. llfo-savl- nt unat-trnctl- When tho chost feels on fire and tho throat burns, you have indigestion, and you need IIKRUINtl to get rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It food, drives out badly dlgosted strengthens tho stomach and purlflos the bowols. Prico 60c. Sold by Ohio-Dru- g Co. Ml Community Markets Prevent Waste. Forty community markets havo been organized nnd aro In operation in Massachusetts, according to a report ot u representative ot tho United States Department of Agriculture who recently visited tlio State. Uy means of theso markets large quantities of vegotubles and fruits which might otherwise be wasted aro utilized and townspeople can obtain tho CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of c&i4tfr?& 1 IlAlil) KNOIJ. Tho fnrnicra In thu community arc Tory busy with their fall work. Mrs. J. M. Snndctur Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ella Taylor. Mr. II. W. Davis Is with his son Alex, who has been very 111, of Influ-snzat Taylor Mines. Mr. K. P. Sandofur has received news that his son, Leslie, has been mado field manager of the Admana Oil Company, nt Holbrook, Arizona. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifton Stevens lost their four months old baby tho 20 Inst., nnd Mr. nnd .Mrs. Stevens have pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Crowdcr visited their uncle, Mr. Henry Ilalze, at Ualzotown, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. William DavK who has been 111 of Influenza, Is able to return to his work nt Taylor Mines. Mrs. Norvnl Leach has news thnt hor husband lias been seriously ill of pneumonia, at Camp Taylor, but la now improved. Miss Gladys Mny Likens returned Monday to her home In Heaver Dam, after visiting her Uncles, Jim and Trip Taylor. Tho following are on the sick list: Mr. L. L. Leach, Jim Austin and wife and little son, Oral and Mrs. J. Austin. n, HsscaaBnas: rjWBAJAlU WWL4-J V,!. 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Now ready for your kind consideration at the store of to sea as raiders," said n Hollander who Is in New York on business. "Forty steamships fled into our liar- bors. In the Emma harbor nnd the Queen's Ray at Tanang are lying the Van Klelst and Rhl upland of tho North German Lloyd, the Ninlve of the Ham line nnd the Orsoua, an Atistrinn boat from Flume. "These ships will require no more wntciung because of the luxuriant growth of shell and coral. The steam ships must now be covered with a layer or coral and shell from thirty to forty Inches thick. About two eurs ngo attempts were made to move the Von Klelst, but no greater speed than five knots could be got out of her, although the ship originally had a speed of twenty knots." New York sun. n Greek-America- that the German and Austrian ships in hn.t Indian harbors might run out These ShlDs Laid Un. "A Dutch East Indian cannot help smiling when ho finds fonr exnresspd V 1 ctt B m " 1 U v c; v. c,a Va ?. '35U.II s - I ' . . v liJ,a(u(n..Mi:oc.I.arJ uJirj. flmi'ar ztjUi ... Af.rnncsluk.maJaoMitrt i l i I r, DHnnu ,J jTTS !r,i 1 II If D liniBIIIII i M f H I i"" m a . . . n U nT llll nj rr? 4 f 1 f? i 1 SI :i I -- Ti Xil uJh&J1 y la rr u mzz '$' .r KlPaVfV DaiTl. iCptl til lUUV)' j .' I l x y, ho.-ua- p a ! caM.otw rai.(!.U brown or blazk "ThtCI,ir.tiUurv."Toia,mnrm mou.lo klj. i3 i3 . I ZZ ZZZ. A " i 5c S 5 d iV w XT 3 , Tj lr! ' e I i 5 v ?e - K - '' K tb I i v,, Kf b h : : ISle1 V :ff h I '3ti hi ? ,cr r, ZZZZ - . X A m - Donate Sponges to Red Cross. The sponge fishermen at Tarpon Springs, Fla., have made one of the moot unique gifts that the American Red Cross lias yet received. Each captain, as ids boat onloaded, contributed a bunch of fpoiiges to the lot being gathered for the Red Cross. The sponges were sold for .fSOS at public auction on the I Sponge exchange, the only public Minute sponge market in the United States. The money was sent to the Rid Cross. n i ,m1 - v " C M' - .. K" o Craii. (!M kid vamp. I n ' pjo or Jolro Jtaiar traicn .tubfc r N5 TA(, wujv . E I 13 yAW& LX W A nn 6 Af;. M .iliEL .."? A-- l'l t: I rrr :m hani torn boo! moV to liaj fi tacilljtootof btautu ol luJ anJcrare. mown.. Vuriow o otft.r Itathen and batUim. ' rdtu lor tailor-ma- ... mL.t n u 1 Ctau. MJ J. :E " : -- , .. . 111 j ;n u n "n n n nn ii fnHTWfT" llllllllllllllll lllllllll THOMAS G.PLANT COMPANY jhillHlllllllllll ll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll(lllll BOSTON MANUFACTURERS MASS zzrn "' i'f n 1 1 HI ll(!l(H If ) ,, ,, d. I H I ffF "Vnu say you and jour wife quar- weeks with friends at Island. Is reported in the adjoining communrel a great deal, and yet you don't Mr. J. II. Ward was called to tho ity. want a divorce?" o hedbido of his bister, Mrs. Annie ".Vo, I'm sntMled. You see I enS.MiK. MASTKll CO.MMlSSIOXKlt'S listed In the matrimonii!! ninfcs for tho iNourse, of Central City, Sunday, who is very ill. duration of th war." Ohio Circuit Court. Mr. Marvin Kverly, who has been I. A. Vincent, Plaintiff. o- living near hero, has moved to Vh. Notlco of Sulo Tor Duration. CUIUIA'O. j-. Mra. V. C. Ovorhults and littlo on, Winston Ilouuett, of CedaredKC TAh'FY. Colo., visited her aunt, Mrs. P. Ii. Wood, and Miss Margaret Hunter, Karmors nro husy sowIiir wheat ruruntlj'. nnd doing fall work. Mr. John llarnard, who has boon Mr. C. T. Funk spent several days livliiK In tho eountry, has moved to In Indiana hibt week looking fur a j this place. location for tho coming yoar. Ho will t, .move thuro soon. V. P. Drown and bon, Mr. who huvo hoen In Klngbluncl, Mr. J. II. Nelson anil family spent Arkansab, for somo time, have re- tho latter part of tho week with j friends turned to tholr homo hero. at Cool Springs. Mrs. J. W. linker has returned Mr. J. 10. Funk and family and Mr. homo, after spuuilliiK a fow days Tom Pattern visited relatives nt Prenuith Mr. llenduibon Klrtlcy's fami- tiss from Friday until Sunday. ly, at Island. Miss Kllza Guy Funk and Paul Mrs. Ilcttlu FulKorMon, of Kiiiul-It- Hawkins weru married at Itockport visited frionds hero and at Hock-po- rt Suturdny morning. rueontlj-- . Mlsbcs Zodu ami Susie Raymond Mr. John Caitor, who lias bean visited tholr blstor, Mrs. Ira I). Funk Ilviiic at CVutuitown, luus liotiKht and n fow days labt wuek. nioveil to tlio Mr. J. II. Ward farm. Several from hero attended tho A. Mr. O. W. Ovorhults, of Codur-edK- C. A. mooting tit Hartford Monday. Colo., spont a fow dayb with Situiro II. C. IUukuIs Is having an Mr. P, L, Wood and family, last addition built to his house. Arthur Davis Hats his new hoiibo completed. wok. Mra. Hmma Fulkoron hnv rnturn-ri- l Tliore is no sickness at this place homo, after spmulliib' bovoru! but several casus of the Spanish 11 u Gil-hurJ , y, j Hay Vincent, Dcfondant. Uy virtuo of n Judgment nnd order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at Its Sonteinbor term, 1018, in tho nbuvo htyleil act'ou, for tho purpose of n sale and applying tho proceeds to tho education and maintenance of tho dofendant, Hay Vincent, and for tho purpose of pay-lu- g nil tho cost of this action, Including a reasonable- attorney feo, nnd the cost of this salo, 1 will oiler fur salo ut public outcry to tin highest and best bidder, at tho court on liouso in Hartford, Kentucky, Monday, November 4, 1918, (It being regular county court day) ut about tho hour of one o'clock p. m. on a credit of six and twolvo mouths. tho following described property. A certain tract of land in Ohio county, Kentuckj-- , hounded as tol-lou- 's: office. ginning. ContaluiiiB acres. moro or Iebs. A right or way for road 1C feet wide along tho line between said A. L. Muddox tract and Verdn Maddux tract from beginning corner of said tiact to tho east to tlio road between A. L. Maddox tract and J. K. Mad-dtract being rehorved. Said tract of land being coueycd to J. M. Vincent, deceased, on tho 1st day of March, 1004. by A. U Maddox und Ollio M. Maddox, by dued of record in tho Ohio County Clork's of October, 10 IS. OTTO C. MAItTIN, Master Commissioner, Court. m ot This land to bo sold subject to tho of tho widow, Mrs. Currlo Matthews. Tho coal, mineral, and gas underlying said land being rights Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security Immediately after salo, and a Hen will bo retained on the land until payment of tho bunds is made In full. Given under my hand this, tho ICtli day of Octobor. 1918. OTTO C. MAItTIN, ICta Maxtor Commissioner. John T. ltono, Attorney. m Ileginning at a stono, said ctono being A. Ii. .Mnililox's coiner alto: thonco W. 140 chains to u stone, lining snld Maddox'u corner ulso; thonco N. 47!) to u stono, being .;ald Mad-dox- 's corner also; thonco W. :1097 to a stono In G. C. Cnsoblor'rt line, and being A. L. Maddux's corner V. with tho old thenco S. 2 line 2422 chains to a stono, being Verdn Maddox's corner nlso, and initiated In old llmu being G. C Case-bier- 's lino also; thenco S. SS K. 3416 with Verda Maddox's lluo to tho bo- al-h- o: XOTICK. Ohio Circuit Court. Mnrtln Ploncr. Adinr., et al, Pl'lTs. Vs. Notlco. I.etlia McKlnnoy, ut al.. Defts. All persons having claims against tho estate of S. P. McKlnnoy, deceased, will file tho sanio with mo ut my olllco In Hartford, Kentucky, properly nrovon and vorlllud on or beforo tho 11th duy of Novombor, 191S. Q I ven uuder my hand this 15th day conveyed to T. F. Halls, doccaxed, S. SAI,K. by T. 20, Dennett by deed duted Octobor 1900, nnd of record In deed hook 29, pago 181, Ohio County Ohio Circuit Court. Clork's olllco. John W. Hulls, et al., Plaintltls, Tho minora! underlying tho abovo Vs. Notlco of Salo described land is reserved, having Henrietta Halls, Dofendant. Uy virtuo of ;i Judgment nnd ordur been heretofore convoyed. Said proporty to boM subject to of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court tho right of doworbo and homestead rendered at Its July term, 1918, of tho widow of T. F. Halls, Henrietfor tho purpobo of a salo to sntlsfy u Judgment of Mrs. Kiuinn Halls. ta Halls. Tho Adiurx., vs. Henrietta Halls, in tho oxecuto purchnscr will bo required to bond Immediately after salo Hum of $45.00. with inturost at G with upprovod security, nnd n Hen per cent from March 27, lOlti, until nlbo paid, and the further sum of fGl.G.'l, willbonds bo retained on tho land unnro with Interest at tho rate of G por til Given underpaid In full. cent per annum from Suptombor 21, duy of October.my hand this, tho lr.th 1918. 1917, until paid, tho cost of this ae-iOTTO C. MAItTIN, and of his sale, I will offer for ICt.'I Master Commissioner. Halo ut public outcry to tho highest Koglo & Foglo. and best blddor ut tho court liouso Woodward & Kirk, Harnes & Smith, Attorneys. door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, Novombor 4, 191S, (It being regular County Court day) nt ubout XOTICK. tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., tho following described property or u Ohio Circuit Court. Hiilllcleney thoroof to pay tho abovo Hobort Konncday, Adtnr., Pl'ff. Vs. Notlco. judgments, interests und cost A tract of laud in Ohio County, Laura Kenueduy, ot al., Defts. All persons having claims against Kentuckj'. as tho waters of Lewis Creek und hounded und described as tho estate of Thomas Kqnneday, do- ceusod, will lllo tho sanio with mo at follows: Heglnulng nt u stnko or stono In my olllco in Hartford, Ky.. properly Joff Curtis' lino; thonco N. C9 rods proven and verified, on or beforo tho to u btako, Honnott's corner; thonco 11 th day of Novoniberl 1918. Glvon under my hand this lDth duy oast with T. S. Hwnnett's lluo 148 rods to a hickory und innplo; thonco of Octobor, 1918. OTTO C. MAItTIN. nearly I'ast with C. W. Hunter's lino to his corner in A. C. Maddox's lino; Master Commissioner, Ohio Circuit Court. thenco with his lino to a stono and iGt3 MASTKI! gum, A. P. Maddox and Jeff Curtis, corner; thenco with Curtis' lluo 148 Ohio Circuit runs in inn iiukiiiiiiuk cinuaiiuiig i.u lGt3 acres, being part of tho saiuu land j COMMISSIONint'S on to-w- lt: . S fWWrl'W - MM :v - V'AmmiviiS nimm ' nwnnmn -