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Jtatfodr fkmtblkim, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918, No. 18 v A: ment of tho Stato broke into open redocs not Btnnd by tho people," ho STANLEY AND NOT DEMOCRACY THE ISSUE said. bellion. Few newspapers of his own AUSTRIA PANICKY; IN KENTUCKY. party aro supporting Stanley, and "This Is tho peoplo's Government; tho tho bitterest opposition to his can TO SPEED UP WAR this Is tho people's war, and peoWANTS TO QUIT pcaco that follows "hall bo die The Cincinnati Enquirer, a Democratic newspaper of didacy comes from members of his plo's pence." own wide circulation and national influence, said editorially on nent, party. Dr. llruner, his oppog Quoting a pres's dispatch to tho Is a prohibitionist, a Sunday, October 27, 1918: christian gentleman and a man of Writes Hurry Call Asking By President effect that Ronublk-n- Senator such Will ..Stand "President Wilson s plea for support of the candidates exemplary habits. Wo vonturo no a McCumber, Nolso i and Ledge "arc Only When In The prediction on tho result other than U. S. To Fix Terms as highly though, of In Franco to- of his party as a pledge of support to himself is day as aro tho American generals," and ' if, indeed, advice was asked or received.-Al- l to say If Kentucky sonds Owsley Right. Now. Stanley Sentho United Col. Itoosovclt declared that "nine America is supporting the Administration regardless of ate, thentomay tho good State3 have Lord times out of ten, this administration We believe that such support will still be accord- mercy on Kentucky. has never led tho people," "hns been politics. In tho race for Judge of the Appel- reiucuuuiy loreuu iuiwuiu jntu ut- - ed the President regardless of the outcome of the election. 28, Dasol, Oct. 28. Austria-HungarCol. TheoVoi. York. Oct. doro Roosevelt, answering President itlon by criticism against which It has Whether they are Dmocrats or Rpublicans we believe in late Court M. L. Heavrln ought to in notifying President Wilson that it sullcn-ocratplacing Americans and Americans only on guard. That win over Judge Settle. J ml go Set- is ready to enter upon peaco negoWilson's nppenl for return of a Dem- - violently protcatcd," and "has ly and sometimes mnllciousl sought majority in Congress urged is the test that should be applied to every man's candida- tle has been in olllce continuously tiations and arrange an armistice, years, and If re- asks President Wilson, in its reply for twenty-eigh- t nation in an address , to punish tho men who by their truth cy." voters of tho elected, would at the end of this to him to begin overtures on the subto transfor control to telling have forced it into action." hero If the President desired to intervene in the Kentucky term have been in office for thirty-fou- r ject. Itepubllcnn leadership. Such an out- - j "In n word," tho Colonel said, years. There Is no quarrel over Democratic party under tho lead Senatorial contest he should have acted, as he did in The Austria-Hungar- y Foreign Mincome of tho election, ho declared, ."tho would assure "our alles thnt America of tho Administration has carried par-i- s. Mississippi and Georgia, before Governor Stanley usurp- tho fitness or qualification of eith- ister instructed tho Austria-Hungaria- n Minister at Stockholm yesterday determined to speed up tho war and jtlsan politics during the last eighteen ed the Democratic nomination and put beyond the power er of these candidates, but It Is inconinsist on unconditional surrender" of .months to an extrcmo never before of Democrats the choosing of a Democrat whom they ceivable that tho people of tho dis- to ask the Swedish Government to trict will, by tho election of Judge send the following note to the Washthe cnomy, and would servo notlco j known in this country In a time of might wish, to represent them. Settle, establish a precedent that ington Government: on Gennnny "and her vassal States" war, among loyal upholders of tho blasts at tho very foundation stones "In reply to tho noto of President would have to deal hence- - war" It has come "dangerously near thnt thuv Stanley's Record. of a Democratic form of government. Wilson of the 18 (19) of this month, .forth 'with tho resolute anil straight- creating a condition of As Governor he has,grossly abused the pardoning pow We believe Mr. Heavrln will be elect- addressed to tho n forward soul of tho American people ism." "Tho test insisted upon has been er and has turned loose upon society scores of the worst ed. Government and giving tho decision and not merely with tho obscuro purof the President to speak directly poses and wavering will of Mr. Wil- not loyalty to our Allies and hostili- criminals the State has ever known. SHIPPED WRONG COUPS. ties to Germany, but adhcrenco to tho n with tho He has sanctioned an increase in offices to be paid by the son." Govern ment on tho question of an armlstlco Declaring thnt "half tho leaders of Administration," ho declared, adding tax payers, after promising to abolish some of those Clarenco M. Ward, of Whltesvlilo, and of peace, tho n the President's own party opposed that President Wilson's request of in existance. died last week at Camp McClellan. Government has the honpr to declare him, whon ho had committed him- October 14, thnt citizens should subHe has increased the burden of taxes on the farmer and On Friday of last week the supposed that equally with tho preceding proc self to war measures," Mr. Roose- scribe to tho loan, hut "leave to the Government of the United States and the owner of small homes, after promising to reduce these corps of soldier Ward was received lamations of tho President, It adheres velt asserted that heads of tho at Whltesville for burial. At tho also to tho same point of view conwhen of tho Allies tho momentous discus- exactions. the Atlmlnstratlon side the coffin In Congress sions Initiated by Germany" could be publican organization Stanleyized the charitable and penal institutions graverelatives to viewwas opened for tained in the last noto upon the He has tho remains, rights of tho that they the n peon declaration of war was needed, Interpreted as meaning of the .State. when the. discovery was mado that ples, especially those of tho Czechowhen thoro was n demnnd for tho "should both put up and shut up." He attempted to convert the State Board of Health, a the wrong corps had been shipped. slovaks and the Jugo-SlavCharge Inefficiency. ilrnft. when tho army was sent overCol. noosovelt assorted that "if the non-partisAustria-Hungarinstitution, into a partisan factional machine Shortly afterward a telegram was remoney was required by "Consequently, seas nnd when Admlnstration hnd used with moder- to serve his personal purposes but was thwarted by the ceived from the Camp officials that accoptlng all tho conditions the Prestaxation or by loans. tho mistake had been discovered, and ident has laldtdown for the entry InTho former President spoke nt a ate efllclency the results of lavish Court of Appeals which saved the State this disgrace. generosity of Congress our armies that tho remains of Ward would bo meeting under tho auspices of tho He has been the willing instrument of the Liquor Trust, shipped home for burial at once. to negotiations for an armistice and and tho nllled armies would have peace, no obstacle exists, according at Carneglo hall to Club The corps of the stranger was return- to Judgment of the n tho election of "tho Itepubll- been doing last March what they are both in Congress and as Governor. ed to Camp McClellan. , He vetoed the bill, passed by the joint efforts of Repubto the beginning Government cnn state ticket horo In Now York and actually doing now in October. of After assorting that this war must licans and members of his own party, to prohibit the teachtheso negotiations. of tho Ilopublican congressional tickTIIK FLU EPIDEMIC. bo put through "to-ou- r last man and ing of the German language in our Common Schools at n Govern"The et throughout tho Union." our last dollar" tho Colonel declar ment declares Itself ready, In conse'rlticNi General Course. public expense. The influenza epidemic that has quence, awaiting the result llebuklng what ho termed the "ser- ed that "wo should accept no peaco He dare not appeal to his own record in this campaign. Just swept across the ontire coun- of other without leadership, not based on tho unconditional sur negotiations to enter into vility" of tho Democratic try, and still lingers In many sec- negotiations upon peace between will-judge tho Colonel said it was "small wonder render of Germany and her vassal But he cannot hide it. The people know it and tions, has taken a terrific toll In Austria-Hungar- y him by it. and the States In cloakrooms of tho House States." that in (he human life. Unfortunately for the the opposing group and for an Im Ho asserted that the President's the bitter Jest circulates: "Hero's to The enlightened Christian citizenship- - of Kentucky may country tho extremely contagious namediate armistice upon all Austro-Hungariour Czar, last In war, first In peace, latest notes had placed him in such a be depended upon to do their duty in this contest. ture of tho disease nor the deadly position that he had cither to "sac fronts. long may he waiver!" virulence of its efforts were at "It asks President Wilson to be so Mr. Iloosevclt criticized the gener- rifice America nnd humanity" or to first clearly understood. It is true kind as to begin overtures on this to a manner TIIK PHOltAULE RESULT. PROGRESS OK THE WAH. al courso of tho Admlnstration "respond In such diplomacy ns rethat steps were taken to close pub- subject." and stultify his own throughout tho war, declaring: meeting places, and congregating The Austrian note Is dated OcHistory is being rapidly made In Next Tuesday the fate of political lic "If Mr. Wilson had really 'meant pudiate his own implied offer." was not a pleasant thing for world politics. Tho great armies of parties will be settled for two years generally discouraged, but strict quar tober 28 at Vienna and is signed by "It to disregard politics he would at once America that ho should have put many nations, through four years of to come. Forecasting elections Is a antines were nowhere inaugurated. Count Julius Andrassy, the new Forn have constructed a coalUlon, small-powhich is not near- eign Minister. cabinet, calling the best men himself and tho nation behind him, blood and death, have recast the hazardous task. Wo havo no pur- Had tho ly so contagious nor deadly, been so r' pose to express a guess as to the reto tho highest and most in tho position of Inviting a proposi- forces of tho times. of the nation d It would havo been THE TOBACCO MARKET. Of tho quadruple nations, Bulgaria sult, but ,to state tho Indications as important offices under him, without tion which when accepted he repustamped out in less time and with a regard to politics. Ho did nothing diated," declared tho Colonol. "For has sheathed its sword, Turkey Is they appear to us. tho very reason that I abhor Ger- sinking, almost unnoticed, into tho The prospective tobacco market or tho kind. In tho positions most With reference to the Lower House minimum of sacrifice of life. In Ohio county alone nearly a seems Just now to bo an uncertain vital to tho conduct of tho war and many's trickery, treachery and bad background, Austria has collapsed of Congress It may bo said the Repubhundred deaths were directly caused quantity. So far no price has been In tho positions now most Important faith, I am most anxious that Amer- and Is breaking up, unhindered by lican leaders aro confident and the by the disease, and tho end may set for the new crop. Tho best inIn connection with negotiating peace, icans shall not imltato her in these tho crown, into independent units, ac- Democratic loaders aro hopeful. There very formation we can get Indicates the appointed men with- matters." peoplos that made up are no direct issues growing out of not yet bo In sight. Only at a cording to the he retained or Asserting that peace would bo set- the mongrel "omplro. She Is on hor the conduct of tho war. Uoth par- few Isolated points in the county are tobacco buyers are up in the air. out tho slightest fitness at performnow any cases of a serious na- Much depends upon the result ot ance of tho tasks, whoso solo recom- tled not by tho President alone, but knees, begging for immediate peace ties havo stood almost solidly togeth- there by tho President acting In conjunc- at any price. Germany alono of tho er In all matters affecting the war. ture, and thcro scorns good reason pending peace negotiations. If tho mendation was a supplo eagerness to s of the Senate, quadruple criminals still shows some The nttompt of tho Democrats to cap- to hope tho worst is ovor. However, war continues into another year, the servo Mr. Wilson personally anu 10 tion with is overy reason why the people price will probably bo much higher powers of resistance. servo Mr. Wilson's party insofar as tho Colonel continued: Germ mi man- italize the war is a doubtful exper- there When it comes to tho peaco ne power is not Indeed exhausted, but iment. While everybody is willing should not relax their caution. Keep than it was last year. If the war such sorvlco benefited Mr. Wilson." Contrasting tho President's ap- gotiations wo should emphatically re- deserted by the former alles, she too, to mako tho utmost sacrifice to win awny from crowds Is perhaps tho best should end soon nobody seems to singlo caution to bo given the havo a guess coming as to what peal with Lincoln's outright refusal, pudiate tho famous fourteen points is begging for tonus. A commlslon the war, it must bo said the Ameri- announced by tho President last Jan- of tho allied powers Is sitting at Ver- - can people look upon the war as a would happen to tobacco prices. Tho even In tho darkest days of tho Civil only cortaln fact is that prices would War, to apply tho party test to fit- uary. One of thorn ho has himself sallies, Franco, formulating terms grim necessity, and thoro has never WOMAN AND (JUN. go lower, and perhaps much lower. ness for olllce, tho Colonol said that repudiated, and the remainder aro for an armlstlco with tho Huns. It been a purely sentlmontal enthusiasm Lincoln "appealed to all loyal mon cithor so mischievous that they ought Is reported that the commission will about It, henco there Is nothing In it A bit of qulel excitement was cre ,' AVOID PARTlF.S. of all parties and asked that candi- to bo repudiated without further def- roquire the Gorman government to to capitalize in a political way. It ated here Tuesday by tho appearanco inition or clso wo should insist on surrender her navy, dates for Congress bo Judged, not by and tho Ms generally believed now tho war is on tho streets of a woman with a gun. A sad result of tho neglect ot tho standard of adhcrenco to his per having thorn defined in order to know fortifications of tho Rhino, as a tho end, and tho next For a good part of the day the wosonal administration, but by their exactly what they moan. They havo nnteo of good faith boforo peace no- - Congress will have tojleal moro with man wnlked about tho streets with a Health Officers' counsel, In tho matunconstitutional support of tho war." been greeted with enthusiasm by gotlatlons aro entered upon. With economic than with purely military repeating rifle in her hands, and ter of congregating, was fairly illuson Germany and by all The administration is groups of mon and boys followed her trated horo in Hartford. At a little the possession of these Instruments questions. What Europe Will Think. especially by of Gorman power tho Allies may thon not popular. It was elected on a no- - with excited curiosity. As is usual social entertainment at tho home ot Ilopublican Congress, this side of tho water, Election of a ' Germanized Socialists and by tho proceed with leisure to lay down their j war promibo, and that fact sticks Mr. Lon Ralph, one nisjl't Inst week. the Colonel continued, "would bo un- tho ovory grade, and for final terms of peaco. If tho German deep In tho minds of tho peoplo, and umor circumstances of danger tho Eight young people wero nrrnnpt. A. as meaning that tho Ilolshovlsts of derstood abroad this reason good Americans should government accepts tho terms of arm-- 1 discredits present Democratic prom- - ctizens think If anybody is to bo sac- young daughter ot Mr. Randall Coland pacifists and rj(jccii jt i8 the least useful of clt rogard them with suspicion." Istlco tho event will stop tho lighting, 'lses. Thoro Is admittedly no popu-an- d Izens, tho nowspaper man, and wo lins was present, and became ill and Germanized Socialist's practically end tho war. It 'lar' enthusiasm for the election of a woro appealed to to lntorviow the during tho evening. Her father had could no longer bo counted upon as A CLOUD OF WITNESSES. seems now entirely possible, if not in- Democratic Congress. No doubt this woman with tho gun. Ilravlng all just recovered from tho tlu, and tho .efficient and tortuous tools; thut tho fact led President Wilson to boldly possible danger, we approached the daughtor developed tho disease.. Tho probable that history will fighting men and not tlio rhetoricians Wo havo established by a cloud of deed November, 1918, as the dato of reso.vo 10 personally appeal 10 iue(womnu an,i mudo inquiry, with that result was that six out of tho eight, woro uppermost. " witnossos that the doctrine of the greatest wnr in all country. It could not havo escaped j boI(lnes3 that comes of veteran news-hl- s attending tho party, wore lator afMr. Hoosovolt interpreted tho Pres- total dopravlty of man Is a mis- tho close of tho This Inciastuto mind that such unpreced-,)am- jr history. May it bo so. ident's reforeuco to tho sorvice, as to why she was bcar-ente- d flicted with influonza. nomer. Tho S. O. S. wo sent ou Tor mm action would fun Republican ,ng urm8t 1Jut tho womnn lnodest-partlsa- n dent should be fair warning to peoplo Ilopublican smoking tobacco was responuul to attitude of fooling to a conflagration, ),y inforlued us that, having no men to avoid congregating until tho epiDECIMATKS FAMILY. mombors fo Congress ns based on j nobly, and we want to express our and impair tho spirit of unity that:ro)k8 ,,, hor famlIy t0 perform tho demic has subsided. inefficiency, waste unbounded grntltudo to our lionefac-tor- s. their "demand that A sad story of the Infection of an has boon so useful to his admlnlbtra nnd extravaganco bo romedled," in sorvlco for her, sho had brought the Thoso who answored Mio disHon, ho chanced it all in tho riflo to Hartford to havo a now mainFLOUR MILLS 1DLK. departments. tho tress signal for help wore, W. C. Wul-lac- entire family with Influenza comes hope butreaching of A young soldier at the largo body of spring adjusted. We ncceptod tho Col. Roosevelt declared that it was Mosloy, Prof. O. D. Car- - from Simmons. R. C. Tho evolution of tho flour mills "tho vorlest nonsenso that even par- - Bnii niul n vrinnir mini nlinnt whoso Camp Taylor, by tho namo of Kissin- Independent votors. The Tountry explanation glvon and hurriedly pass tlsanshlp can conceive" to stato that !,dontlty we nro 8orry, to saVi wo ger, died of Influenza, and his ro- - will see In the President's appeal a ed the word around that sho dls- - business, in recent years, has underfailure to return a Democratic Con-- 1 r0 not 8Uro Wo t,)0r( nr0 mains woro brought homo for burial. distress signal of grave danger to hls!clun,C(. al, intention of bellEerency. gone marked changes. Twenty flvo party. Tho New York Herald, a greatmuch t0 tho rclj0f ot tho excited years ago the small mill became a. gress this fall would bo Interpreted wltnes808 who huve not vet ro. 'Upon arrival of the corps at Simmons nowspapor, under I)em-!llby tho Allies and Germany "as be- ported. the family, with a commendable The woman was Mrs. Nancy Jano very profitable enterprise, and mills wore established at every country spirit of love for tho dead, but with ocratlc management, has conducted 'q, ing u repudiation of tho war alms nf M,in,i cross roads. It became a common unfortunuto disregard for tho hoalth a straw vote for tho ontire country, of this country." The former PresHULL PUNCHER HURT. saying thut a flour mill nover went FARM FOR SALB. of the living, had tho body taken Into vhlch showed the Lower House would ident assorted that "what wo need with tho Scnato Hut for some reaInto bankruptcy. is an American Congress, a Congress Tug Richards, tho famous bull tho house, and in unconsolublo sor bo Republican, row llngored over tho beloved body, close. One hundred acres of good upland, son a cloud en in o over tho faco ot tho stralghtout Amarlcans, nnd not u punchor of Frog Hollow, hnd tho of Tho Senatorial election in Kon-tuc- 2 i miles east of Hartford, on Horton flour mllljjublnoss and now, like tho Congrosa of rubbor stamps." to got his arm brokon, re- nnd some uiomb'ers of tho family Is tho most remarkable ever road. Mall routo by door. Good one time profitable distillery enterThe probable happenTug had been reading both klssod It. cently. "Stand For People." their We Republicans pledgo ourselves sides' campaign litoraturo and was on ed, and four other membein of the conducted in tho Stato. Gov. Stan- dwelling and all necessary outbuild- prise, tho flour mills stand, long as the fonco, lost his balanco.fell off tho family, Including tho wife, child and ley, a discredited leader ot tho old ings. Plonty ot water for residence walls weathering and their machinery to stand by tho President so liquor organization, took tho nomi- and stock. Will sell at a bargain. rusting. It Is not our purposo to Inho stands by tho Amorlcan peoplo, fence and broke tho limb. Squlro mother of the deceased, and a child quire Into the causes ot tho chaugo, J. T. WALLACE, company from him at lien Rico, Tug's neighbor, Is authorl-an- y living with tho family, died ot tho nation by a committee ot his own and to part preatlon, and at once tho moral elo- - ISt-- l but to mark it. Hartford, Ky , Routo 2. disease. point whero, in our judgment, ho ty for this statement. SAYS G. 0. P. life-lon- ill-tim- ed ed, y, lc one-part- Austro-Hungarla- Austro-Hungarla- al-lea- dy Austro-Hungarla- Austro-Hungaria- s. an y, an tc Austro-Hungaria- Austro-Hungaria- an x, -- wide-sprea- -- two-third- ( i Ilol-shevl- ro-co- rd o, Ci ..., mis-fortu- For Victorious Pence. AUTOCRATIC POWER "Tho President speaka of tho effect of tho election nbroad. Ho says that there they understand tho meaning of elections. They do, and they will know that if tho Republicans have a majority in Congress, tho war will he pressed with greater vigor than over before. They nro qulto awaro Hint Would Become Absolute the power of tho Senate Is equal to that of tho President In the consummaRuler By Banishing tion of peace by treaty. They will know that tho Republican party stands for a victorious peace and the overthrow of Prussian militarism. That knowlOpposition. edge will not depress the spirit of our allies or encourago the government of Germany. "The Republican party believes that the question of surrender should ho InuscforoveHOyearsf By William Howard Taft. left to Marshal Koch, to the generals and to tho armies In the llctd. When Thousands of voluntary they report that Germany has laid down her arms tho United States and tho Copyright, 1918, Hy Public Ledger Co t allies should then Impose their terms. Will that knowlcdgo cnuso dejection letters from women, IdlTho President, having put hy, "In to those who nro fighting with us? All tho world knows Hint tho Republi- grim times llko these," the scruple ' ing of the Rood Cardui PRESIDENT'S APPEAL. THE can party Is opposed to negotiations and discussions carried on In diplomatic of taste in ills appeal to the American Iia3 done them. This Is ' vMy Fellow Countrymen. notes addressed to tho German government. Tho Republican party stands people for tho return of a Democratic the best proof of the value congressional elections nro at hand. They occur In the most critical for unconditional surrender. There Is no Republican creed so "The short that Congress, of course, Invites a reperiod our country hns ever faced or Is likely to faco In our time. It you there Is not room In it for those two words. ol Cardui. It proves that spectful consideration ami discussion 'have approved of my leadership and wish mo to continue to ho your unemCardui is a Rood medicine (Signed) by every loyal American cltlzi'-- i of barrassed spokesman in affairs at home and abroad I earnestly beg that you for women. what ho says. "HENRY CA110T LODGE. will express yourselves unmistakably to that effect by returning a DemTho appeal of tho President Is "REED S.MOOT, There arc no harmful or and House of Representative. ocratic majority to both the Senate forcible, but specious. The unified "Chairman Republican Senatorial Committee. habit -- forming drugs in "I mn jour servant and will accept your Judgement without cavil, but my leadership ho asks Is autocratic pow"FREDERICK H. GILLETT. It is composed power to administer tho great trust assigned me by the Constitution would Cardui. er in fields Iu which tho constitution "SIMEON D. FESS. adverse, and I must frankly lie seriously impaired should your Judgement bo only of mild, medicinal and principles of democracy roqi'lv "Chairman Republican Congressional Committee." tell you so becauso so many critical Issues depend upon your verdict. No ingredients, with no bad that he should consult other reprot scruple of taste must in grim times like these be allowed to stand in the way sontntlvcs of the people than himself. of speaking tho plain truth. KAISEK NKYER TO USE DESOLATION HOLDS In pursuit of his policies he consults NEW .SOMMK COTTAOl SWAY AT XEEIIRUGUK neither his own party nor any other. All Have Sacrificed. TAKE Ho wishes a Democratic Senate, not "I have no thought of suggesting that any political party Is paramount In Washington, Oct. 20. Zecbruggo because ho wishes to seek tho assisOct. "For Rent Summer Paris. matters of patriotism. I feel too deeply the sacrifices which have been made home, spacious, luxurious; brick fire- Is tho picture of desolation, according this war by all our citizens, irrespective of party affiliations, to harbor place, paneled ceilings artistic deco- to dispatches received today at tho tance of the Democratic senators Iu ' in tho foreign policy concerning which any such Idea. I mean only that tho difficulties and delicacies of our pres- rations; never occupied. Can bo Belgian legation. Tho semaphore, by tho fundamental to ent task are of a sort that makes it Imperatively necessary that the nation had cheap. Apply W. Hohenzollern, the buildings of tho Conipagnlu .Marl-tim- e advise and consent, law they aro he hut because give Its undivided support to the government under a unified leader- Berlin, Germnny." should and the Solvay Chemical Works can mold them absolutely to his will ship. Want ad columns ought to contain nro a heap of ruins. On tho Molo without consulting them. Ho has of the minority In the present Congress have unquestionably "The leaders r, At almost every turn that liner. For Kniscr Rill has no Itself all the buildings have been de visited his displeasure on every Dembut they have been lieen use for tho elaborate cottage built stroyed, and tho system of railway You can rely on Cardui. ince we have entered the war they have sought to take tho cholco of policy for him on the banks of the Sommo tracks and overhead cranes is out of ocratic member of cither house who Surely It will do for you hns differed with him nnd called upon my hands and put It under the control of :and the conduct of the war out of River. commission. After tho passage be- that member's constituency to rewhat it lias done for so instrumentalities of their own choosing. The conquering British found the tween the Mole and the shore had ject him. many thousands of other Suys Unity Sought. cottage, newly erected and never oc- been partially closed by the British woment It should help. Is It necessary for tho country's cupied, but rnld of April welfare that he should bo absolutely "I was Liken sick, "This is no tinio either for divided council or for divided leadership. Unt- - permanent obviously intended as a submarine during the up two heavy ruler of this nation for tho two years summer homo for the "all 215, the Germans set seemed to be . necessary now In civil action as it is upon the field of ty of command Is as guns, commanding the approaches to ensuing from March 4 next? writcsMrs. Alary E.Vcste, battle. If tho control of the House and tho Senate should be taken away highest." It stands as proof that the of Madison Heights, Va. That Is the premise upon which tho party now In power an opposing majority could assume control of Huns meant to keep a tight fist on the the harbor. A great deal of sand from the has drifted into the harbor, between soundness of his appeal. In Its ulti"I got down so weak, legislation and oblige all action to be taken amidst contest and obstruction. land they had invaded. Tho cottage is of elaborate archi- the passage back of tho Mole, and the mate analysis, must rest. could hardly walk . . . of a Republican majorly to either house of the Congress "The return just staggered around. It has a dining hall that entrance to the Bruges Cannl, where Do we need during tho llfo of tho re- tecture. would, moreover, be interpretative on the other side of the water as a I read of Cardui, noxt Congress a dictator? pudiation of my leadership. Spokesmen of the Republican party are urging will seat forty persons. There is a the wreck of the British cemcnt-lndc- u and after taking one botOno who knows the facts of this up and support the huge brick fireplace, surmounted by 'vessel, sunk In April, still is lying. on to elect a Republican Congress In order to back tle, or before taking quite The only signs of llfo In the deso-- ! war, and our part In It, and who loves President, but even if they should in this impose upon some credulous voters a mantlepiece above which are carved all, I felt much better. I aro llborty and popular government, must on no one on tho other side. It wood niches for ornaments. Win late place, tho dispatches say, on this side of the water theywould Impose took 3 or 4 bottles nt are Is well understood there as well as here that the Republican leaders desire dows fly double glazed and equipped the loud reports, followed by huge answer no. Tho war is nearly won. that time, and was able to with screens. Rooms are paneled Jets of water and denso clouds of It may take a year longer. Wo hope not so much to support the President as to control him. do my work. I take it in with vnluable wood. Tho ceilings black smoke coming from tho explo-ar- e It will bo less. Tho complex ques Reason!. Top Plea. the spring when runof square wooden panels, with slons of tho mines laid by the Ger- - tions of tho terms of peace are to be ' down. tiad no appetite, aro settled In tho term of tho Congress with whom we are associated against neatly beveled diamonds of wood at - mans, which British soldiers "The peoples of the allied countries and I commenced eating. blowing up. now to be elected. Germany are quite familiar with the significance of elections. They would each corner. It is the best tonic I ever The whole Belgian coast In tho Thruout the furnishings are mag-- . The still more difficult questions find it very difficult to believe that the voters of the United Staes had so saw." Try Cardui. cottage was fully vicinity of Zeebrugge had been trains- - of reconstruction after the war nro chosen to support their President by electing to the Congress a majority nlficlent and the controlled by those who are In fact not in sympathy with the attitude and equipped as if Just ready when the formed into a series of fortifications 'to he met by that Congress VA British rudely Interrupted Jfor the bristling with guns, wire defenses and Do tho American people by their miction of the admlnstratlon. ' j storage depots connected by a rail- action In tho next election wish to J. 70 that I am asking your sup- receptlon'of the Kaiser. "I need not tell you, my Even the grounds surrounding the. way. Tho celebrated seashore prom- mnke both tho terms of pence and the ' port not for my own sake or for the sake of a political party, but for the sake of the nation Itself in order that its Inward unity of purpose may be evident cottage had been beautified, a double enade is broken up by trenches and reconstruction after the war depend to all the world. In ordinary times I would not feel at liberty to make such row of evergreens bordering the path protected shelters of machine guns on the uncontrolled will of Woodrow and small cannon. Wilson? That is the Issue which he an appeal to you. In ordinary times divided counsels can be endured with- leading to the cottage door. The roads are in fairly good condi- puts lo them In his appeal. "Unless out permanent hurt to the country. But these are not ordinary times.( qulsito powor. Thus Denuinn was Regulate the bowels when they fall tion, but all tho bridgos and locks you give me uncontrolled power, you put forward, withdrawn, then an"If in these critical days it is your wish to sustain me with undivided minds I beg that you will say so in a way which It will not be possible to mis- to move properly. Herblno Is an ad- wero destroyed by tho Germans In repudiate me and my leadership be other, then nnothor, nnd finally Sch understand eitherathouieor among our associates on the other side of the mirable bowel regulator. It helps their precipitate retreat before tho fore tho world." Aut Caesar aut wab was given tho unrestricted I submit my difficulties and my hopes to you. the liver and stomach and restores a irresistlblo dash of the Belgian nullum. chance to push the mnking of the Never In the history of this coun(Signed) fine feeling of strength and buoyancy. troops. "WOODROW WILSON." ships. So with aviation, a lenientn-bl- c try has the President hail such vast Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug waste and failure came first, and Greatly Bcnefitctl by CliainlH-rlaln'.and unlimited power as ho has Co. m now Ryan, with requlslto headship WHAT REPUBLICANS SAY. It has been often exorcised through Tablet. and authority. Is doing the Job. by him without "Some time ago the President said 'politics is adjourned.' Now In the GOYEP.XOR STANLEY ECONOMY. ' "I am thankful for the good I havo agencies selected What was It that stimulated a reby using Chamberlain's Tab- - great consideration of the Individual. j received closing days of the campaign delayed by the united efforts of all parties form of lamentable methods and deaB0 for the Liberty Loan now when all public meetings have been given up State Debt outstanding War- -' "" ,'0"1 lV easwns ",el ' Far to many instances of partisan- lays in clothing, rifles, mnchlne guns, l H,,ffcrI"S ship in the selection of these agencies artillery owing to the influenza epidemic, the President sends out a direct party ap- rants) January !. 1910 when Cover- - bsan and ammunition but Investipeal calling upon his countrymen to vote for Democrats because they are nor Stanley's fiscal officers took iu greai ueai irom distress alter cat- arc known of all men to give point gations in tho Senate Military Coin-inittling, nnd from headache mid a tired. In this appeal. Tho people havo reDemocrats without any reference to whether such Democrats have been or charge, was, $2.8S8,580,07. of Republicans and n few willlanguid feeling due to Indigestion strained protest against tho arbitrary are in favor of war measures and have a war record which deserves support. State Debt (Outstanding Warful but patriotic Democrats? "The voters of Michigan, to take a single example, are called upon to sup- rants) October 1, 191S, S.10S.332,-47- . and a torpid liver. Chamberlain's oxcrclso of power in their anxiety to The patriotism nnd usefulness of port Mr. Henry Ford notorious for his advocacy of peace at any price, for " i Tablets corrected those disorders In a win tho war. Tho powor which the tho Republicans as a minority In his contemptuous allusions to the flag, for the exemption of his son from Increase under Governor Stanloy j short time, and slnco taking two President has was Voted to htm by winning this war stand out so clearbottles of them my health has been tho Republicans In both houses. They ly as compared with military service on the sole ground that he will blindly support the Presi- $2, 219,752,40. that of tho loaddent. The President Is quite ready to admit that Republicans are loyal to ers of the Democratic majority, that Cash In Treasury January 3, 191G, good." wrltC3 Mrs. M. P. Harwood, manifested no partisan deslro .Auburn, New York. m withhold It iu splto of the knowledge enough to fight and die, as they are doing by the thousands; loyal enough $1.77G,013,99. the Republicans may well go to tho that Its possession would tempt the people on tho Issuo which tho Presito take up great loans and pay enormoiistnxes; loynl enough to furnish ImCash in Treasury October 1, 19 IS, uso of It for partisan purposes. portant mon at no snlary on some of tho great war boards In Washington. $1,143,974,04. U. S. THREATENED WITH dent raises. The great measures for which the But they are not loyal enough, In the President's opinion, to be trusted with BAN OK HL'N EMIGRATION Decrease in cash under Governor Nor Is thero any more real any share In tho government of the country or legislation for it. President can claim credit In this weight In the President's plea that an Stanley. $032,039,95. Amsterdam, Oct. 20.. Becauso of war are the two draft acts. Tho first election of a Republican Congress Expenditures under Governor StanAVII1 Replace Dent,. America's lutcnso hatred for every- ho could not havo secured, but for will Injure the cause of tho country purposesley (for in excess "If the Republican party controls tho House we can point out some of tho of revenues, $2,851,792,35. thing German, says tho Lelpzlgor tho Republican support. Tho second In this wur abroad as a vote of want things they will do. They will replaco Mr. Dent, of Alabama, at tho head Neuesto Nachrlchten, Germans will ho did not Initiate until after Repub- of confidence In his prosecution of There was still duo the school of the Military Affairs Coinnilttco, with Mr. Julius Kahn, to whom the teachers for last fiscal year, October, henceforth fight shy of emigrating to licans and certain Democrats ho had tho war. Tho Intolllgonco which ho was obliged to turn for assistance to take charge of and carry 1, 1918, $247,170,94. the Putted States, and as a result that proscribed for differing with, him says tho Eoropean peoplo havo en- tho first draft bill against Mr. Dents opposition. They will put a Republican t Total excess of expenditures under nation's population In generations to had forced It upon his reluctant at- ahlcs them to see that an election of at the head of tho Ways and Means Committee, as leader of tho House, In- Governor Stanley, $3, 125, tention. como will bo tho a Republican congress will mean a 909, 29. stead of Mr. Kltchin, of North Carolina, who voted against tho war. They But for tho Republican congres morn certain prosecution of tho war mixture. A yeaiiy averago excess of, $1,130,-C79.7- 2. will glvo the country a speaker who did not opposo nnd would never oppose "Owing to tho loss of llfo caused sional support that ho had In this to mi unconditional surrender than a draft bill and would never say, as Speaker Clark did, that "there is prewar ho could not huvo conducted It If the President shall secure a House. by tho war, tho migration from What became of this ritoit?y? cious llttlo dfffereuco between a conscript nnd n convict." countries will similarly to Its presont status. Ho charges iuhI Scnnto who will only do his will How about that promised econ- -Saxon "Altho tho Republicans of tho House are iu the minority, they cast more omy? coaso and theso brown and yellow Republican loaders with seeking to and second his doslres. The shiver actual votes on sevon great war measures than tho Democratic majority Aro your total taxes less under oienienis win eventually become par- take tho cholco of policy and con- which went through tho hearts of was nblo to do. What Is the record of the Sonate? On fifty ono roll calls on amount In American politics as Iu In- duct of this war out of his hands tho Ainorlcan peoplo when tho ImpliGovernor Stanley? war moasurus between April G, 1917, and tho 29th of May. 1918, tho votes by putting It under Instriimoiitalitles dustrial life," says tho paper. mm ed proposals of tho President's first cast by Republicans la favor of such measures woro soventy-tw- o por cent, of their own choosing. Tho difficul- note for a negotlnted peace "Thus tho America's faco will woro so Surgeons agree that In cases of per cent of tho votes cast on tho Democratic sido while only sixty-seve- n very long bo that of u hybrid, a ty with this statement is that it is quickly nccepted by 'Germany was Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the wero In favor of Mich measures. Does that record look as If wo had hamblend of yellow, brown and white. not true. Tho mere mention of tho shared by all tho bravo but sufforlng pered him? Tho Republican party in Congress lias supported tho udmlnln-tratio- n first treatment Is tho moat Impor- Her Germanic complexion will gradu- name of Julius Kalian, and his work pooples of our nllles. For reasons, policies since tho war with a unanimity and an ubsonco of criticism tant. When an efficient antiseptic Is ally fado away, ami In appearance In this Congress, answor every re- apparont to all, the real expressions applied promptly, thero Is no dangor unprecedented In party history. ho more Asiatic than Euro- flection the President mukes on the of feollng lu respect to President Wilof Infection and tho wound begins to she will Republican minority. pean. son's iitternncos Not President's War. iu England nnd neai at onco. For uso on man or What tho Republican leaders at- Franco woro "This constitutes tho punishment restrained. But when "Tboro aro some domestic questions where wo should undoubtedly differ beast, Borozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic tempted to do was to furnish tho tho torront of American public opinfrom tho course pursued by the adininstratfon. Wo should not, for oxamplo, and healing agent. Buy It now and bo of fate upon a nation which flippantly Proidont with an exocutlvo organiza- ion compelled a gradual return toembarks on a war for which thero Is tlx the price on the fannors wheat and leavo the planter's cotton untouchready for an emergency. Price 25c, tion by which ho might carry on tho ward u demand for unconditional ed. Another domestic question in which the Republican party believes 50c and $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by not the -least Justification." war more effectively. There was not Burrondcr. tho Joy m of our alios was thoroly is economic preparation for peace and they aro clearly of tho opinion Ohio County Drug Co. m tho slightest suggestion ('liamlicrhiin's Cough cinedy. that ho unrestrained. Thoy know that a that tho Congress of tho United States should not bo excluded from that was not to appoint those who woro vordlct at tho Do not imagino that because other olectlon for n Republijjreat task. About Croupe. cough remedies failed to glvo you re- to oxorclso tho powers under his su- can Houso will ond forever the "This Is not the President's porsonal war. This is not tho war of Conpervision and direction, but bo did dangors which lict that it will bo tho same with seemed to faco a negress. It Is not tho war of the Democratic or Republican party. It Is tho your children aro subject to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If Bear not wish to delegate sufficient power gotiated peace. war of tho American people. It is more, it Is tho war of the United croupe, or if you havo reason to fear in mind that fromvn small beginning to his appointees to enable thom to Instead of obstructing tho Prosi-doStates, of tho allied powers, of the civilized world against tho barbarism of their being attacked by this und our allies iu winning tho yormany. Iu this great burden and responsibility tho Republican party, you should procure n bottle dlsoaso, this romedy has gained a world wide nchlovo what had to bo done, and so objected. of Cham war and a dictated peace, nothing representing more than half the citizenship of tho country, demands its berlain's Cough Roinedy nnd study roputatlon nnd immense salo. A niod-icln- o In tho end ho was driven to do In would so dlscourago would havo exceptional merit to tho (lerninns'and fJL rightful share. tho directions for uso, bo that in case u more uwkwaid way that which hearton our allies as tho return of a Republican party is oulnuted with power in uithor or both Ilousos of an attack you will know exactly win estcoin wherever It becomes months "H tho beforo tho Republicans Republican Congress. m thuy will do ovury thing possible to drive forward tho war ami haston tho what courso to pursue. This is u known. sought to glvo him effective malay of victoryTho Prosldant spoak of tho necessity of tolling tho plain favorite and very successful remedy chinery to do. Thus tho war council truth. That tho Republican party In control of Congress would do, for for croupo, and It is very Important of Mr. Baker passed Into innocuous limy Jwvo no frluniU to shlold. And they will do more. They will give that you obsorvo tho directions caro- FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S desuetude, whilo Stettlnius and Goo. nil th money to th hut dollar If nocessnry to sustain our armies and our fully, m thals, first rejected, wero given rti' WILSON MAKES fleets, but they will check tho waste now going on of tho money gUcn by tho most generous people on tho faco of tho earth. WILSON SEEKS K"WAIUAMJS jxxxxxvxvvvv PARTISAN PLEA State- lepublican Leaders Issue Strong ment in Reply. For Weak Women fl rA v ? after-effec- ts. CARDyE The Woman's Tonic pro-wa- i ..." j ... , 1 All Druggists fellow-countryme- n, s to-da- eo I I I Anglo- bo-fo- nt - Children Cry Children Cry CASTORIA CASTO RIA REIGN OF TERROR OF RUSSIAN REDS nro especially indifferent to nil to tho "labor" not belonging class. -- o-o- ,ier-801- )8 LOOK GOT FOR EZEESHSKIfKESSQ! T' French Revolution Pales Before Russian Deeds. Stockholm, Wednesday, Oct. 23. Executions nro tho most merciful part ot tho lied Terror practiced In Moscow and Petrogrnd, According to Rovcrnl neutral observers who hnvo Just nrrlvcd In Sweden. These men liavo watched llolahovik nctlvltlos In tho two great lliisfilan cities for many weeks. They have lind no personal Interests Involved and no personal friends affected by tho reign of slaughter and torture, which probably Is unparalleled In tho world's history. While thousands, perhaps, hnvo been executed tho list of victims Is far less appalling than tho ruthless manner In which political prisoners hnvo been sent to donth without a npiublnnco of legal trial, tho with which thoy wero treated V and tho utter Indifference of tho ofllclal8 to appeals of heartbroken relatives who have been kept In suspenso and not allowed to learn what has become of loved ones. Verified stories of scenes at Moscow mid Petrogrnd prisons eclipse descriptions of tho barbarism of the Middle Ages anil make tho cruelty of the French Revolution seem almost humane, Women prison officials, and many of them nro women, are oven more heartless than men and trample under foot all tho bettor Instincts expected of their sex. In I'etrograd Madame Jakovleva has been placed at tho head of tho commission for suppression of counter revolution and It Is greatly to her credit that tho terror has abated somewhat under her ndmlnstrntlon. Sho apparently hesitates to shoot and imprison with tho same Indifference thnt characterized the regimes of Moses Urltzky and William Shatoff, an American trained anarchist, who held the post for a short time after Urltzky was assabslnatcd Into In August. From tho time that Moses Urltzky, Commissioner for Elections to tho Constituent Assembly of Russia, was assassinated, up to October 1, sixty-eighostages, Including flvo priests, shot by tho Hofshcvlkl, according to I'etrograd dispatches quoting tho newspaper l'ravda. Hut tho women In subordinate positions with tho counter revolutionary commissions and In the prisons, many of thorn typical, short haired, leather-Jackete- d women who nro so numerous in tho ranks ot tho reds, aro utterly devoid of humnnlty to men, women and even children charged with counter revolutionary activities. These prisoners nro herded into various Jails, frequently without any charge being made and shuffled about from prison to prison in such n helter-skeltmanner that no records nro possible. An old Russian officer, whoso nnmo tho correspondent enn not give for obvious reasons, searched the Jails In Moscow for many weeks trying to find his two sons who had been arrested. Ho was told repeatedly by women clerks who ran through tho books Indifferently that tho lists wore Incomplete. Finally ho applied to a woman who looked at her book conbrusquely announced temptuously, "both shot!" and resumed her tea drinking and cigarette smoking. T A woman of tho Uourgeoiso who swooned at tho Lubblanka prispn in Moscow upon bulng told that her husband hnd been shot tho night before, received no attention whntover from Distracted offlolals. tho women i mothers, wives, slstors and daughters aro turned nwny daily from various Inquiry bureaus without any effort being mndo to relieve their anxiety. Almost without exception tho women officials wero moro heartless than tho men. Women Intrusted tary cells, whero their friends can not children from tho hotter class apartments and houses and with taking clothing from formerly well-to-d- o families, also are harsher in their methods in many cases than their malo associates. Tho persecutions of families of officers supposed to be associated with movement Is especitho Czech-Slova- k ally cruel. Persecution has been hit upon as moro offectlvo in breaking movement down tho than wholesnlo executions. Peters, tho head of tho Moscow Countor Revolutionary Commission, and so many of tho prison officials and execution squads aro Letts that tho Ilubsinns tho feeling among ngain'st tho Letts is crowing moro blttor every day llocauso of food shortage lack of organization, and tho incompetence of fifilclnlfl. prisoners often go to (iflys without food in crowded and unwui-tnr- y colls, where their trieude on not find the m. 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Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder, hands or feet requires a powerful remedy that will penetrate tho flesh. Rallard's Snow Liniment possesses that power. Rubbed in where tho pain is felt is all that is necessary to relievo suffering nnd rcstoro normnl conditions. per bottle. Prico 2.1c, 50c and $1.00 Sold by Ohio Drug Co. m HANDLING HENS. To nil Farmers: by our Duo to your compliance, government to produco all. the poultry possible, wherecver It is practicable, we find n very largo crop of chickens In tho Central West, South, North and Northeast, witli u shortage of labor, shortage, of cars for transportation, shortage ot freezing space that is being used for freezing meats to bo shipped to our soldiers, and Allies abroad, and in "order to market this poultry In a way to provent waste of somo of tho product, and in order to help out In tho transportation situation to carry out the following suggestions: 1st Mnrket only tho birds, leaving tho others on tho fnrm to grow and increnso tho amount of well-matur- poultry flesh. 2nd From now until December 1st tho largest percentage of old hens aro moulting, nro unattractive in appearance, weigh less and you should market only those birds that nro full feathered, holding tho balance until after December 1st. 3rd. When over practicable hold as many birds as possible on tho farm until nftor January 1st In order to relievo tho freezer situation. 4th. Keep all pullets for egg production this winter and noxt spring. Cth. East of tho Mississippi Rivor mnrket turkoys that aro Intended for Thanksgiving from November 10th to November 15th, nnd west of tho Mississippi from Novomhor ' 8th to November 14th, holding tho bnlanco of turkoys until Decombor 7th as usually a largo percentage of turkeys reaching tho market too lata for thanksgiving must bo placed In cold storago room for which this Is unavailable for reasons above stated. CLARENCE JAMES. Federal Food Adminstrator For Ohio County. e Bleep and Host. Ono of tho most common causes of insomnia and restlossness is indiges- tion. Tako ono of Chnmborlaln's Tablets Immediately after tfuppor and see If you don't rest better nnd sleep uouer. i ney oniy cosi n quarter, in POWDKIl WASTED. In an omnibus in Purls n man in civilian's garb roso and offered his lent to n woman. "I never accept favors from slaolc-era- ," alio mid wllliorlugly. "Modem." he replied blandly, "I wee all through Galllpoll, and It we'd had as muck powder as you have on wiur uicrt od h.p k"i to t'uiitu in no time." i m nearly nine o'clock when Peter got In from the Hold that night. They were saving hay and dn light, nnd ho was tired. Noon to nine was home stretch to go without lukliiK on Reside- - be was grouchy. liny fuel. Jim bad had to go oil" with the draft thnt day! Nannie, who was watching, had his meal on the table by the time he was ready. She hud had a hard day beiscir, what with Jim nnd the hoil.se mid the babies. Hut she was there with the goods hot stuff! and she bore gave u man some plateful I Peter felt the comforting effects of thnt meal before he had gotten, nt It. And still he hnd to have his growll "Fine time o' day t' be hottln' down "Might ns well V supper 1" be said. be some o' them Noo York swells dinner at nine,' and then on t' u .show nil' dunce." "Well, one mora Job t' th' good," Nannie smiled. "It's like the service ling painted on the big, white bam would have another star put on It, th" luily said t'dny we are th' folks t' practice what folks like her are preacbln'; nod she ,nld she didn't know but what ourn wus th' hardest part. "I went In with Jim, ' know, and nfterwurds I stopped, by nnd heerd ti.at lady from th' other side that th' (love'menl's seudlu' round. My, but II makes y' understand n lot better and brings things Hosier t' y t' hear homebody talk like that, that's educated, an' 'ns been there, and c'n make Is nil so clear! "She sajs th' war luin't really touched this, country ylt; we don't know uothlii' about smoke or blood er bavin' P do without, not really. Why, the says In her country th' little children have been savin' their sugar fee their hohllcrs, and In Rooshla uud n lot-them other places over thero they're llvlti on stuff that we wouldn't think was lit fer much of anything but th pigs. "She says we sent ten million tons o' food over last year, but this year It's got t' be lift pen million. We' fed u million an' a half o' our soldiers, but next year It will be twiet as many, besides nil them other people behind lb' lines. "She says we've Just got t' cut out more waste nn' nil thee luxuries nnd extrys, er we will want, even ef we haven't done It ylt, nn' everybody oIm will and git licked, too ylt with Jim In It ef wo don't do our part la every way." "Where's that half o' pie that was left from dinner?" Peter Inquired, having just about demolished all opposition and looking for fresh terrain to turn his utteutloii to. "Oh, Peter, you can't have dessert twlet a day! Whut was I Just tellln' y'? i'ie takes sugar and pie take Hour and pie takes shortenln", and y' know It's all them things that th' Govc'ment wants us t' save fer th' hobllers an th' other people over there." "Oh, fer th' Lord's sake!" Peter broke out. "Food, food, food! nnd money tin' 'other people' ever sence th' start o' this damned war. Seems like a feller c'i have anything ho wants t' eat Just so's he don't want It nnd It ain't eatable. I'm sick 't death o' food." "Corn-breaand vegetable nnd frulf nod eggs and milk and chickens," Nannie murmured. Rut Peter was In no mood to listen. Turin' more about all them other people than about your own husband and children! Cnrln more about them people over there thtiii about nil us people over here! We're' just ns us anybody. We do just us much. We do Just us much as tho soldiers. Jim says so, and you know It. They couldn't git nlong without ns. Look out fer Peter Perkins Is my motto. W've got t' do our work nnd we've got t have our food 't do It on." "Th, lady said,'' Nannie spoke nfter n moment In u quiet voice, "that somo people seemed like they couldn't understand until It got them er home o th' people they cured about. She said that was why so many people was Just heglnnln' t' understand really In this country. Hut she said " Peler had gotten up and was looking around him like u halted bull, nnd Nannie rose, too, her voice urgent nnd slinking u little with emotion, "sho said when nn.l'ody ouct had seen er understood, they couldn't never ylt uway from thluklu' about It, im' t'ttrlu'; It was like bavin' somebody o' their own In It; nil them millions o' people over there, llghtlu' and suffer-inn' dyln', er sick nnd starvln' and homeless while we only have t' work a little harder and eat a little more of u different kind o' food." "Where's that pie?". Peter half laughed, half growled, lie1 was looking In the safe and the bread box. "You'd better let me have It because I'll llud It. Pie or die! Pie at nny price for me! I'll eat Jim's piece, now, fer hlui. Touch ino anywheres else, but leave me easy hi my stonilck. I tell y' that's whero n man lives." Hut Nannie would not smile. Sho went over to the cupboard whore she had put plo nwny for tomorrow's, dinner uud got It nnd set It on the tnblo heforv him. Then she wheeled and Hlnitod Into tho othur room. On the verge of its ominous tslluuc end q sho pnuiMil, however, and hem1 tninwl. The last of tho dsyllgVt Wad d n' Freemont, 0. "I was passing through tho critical period of life, being forty-si- x years of ago and had nil the symptoms Incident to that change bent flashes, , nervousness, nnd was in n general run down condition, J wan hard for mo to do my work. Lydla E. Plnk-bo it ham's Vegctnblo Compound was recotnmonded to jno as tho best remedy for my troublcs,wliich itsurely proved to be. I feci better nnd stronger in every way since taking It, nnd tho annoying symptoms have disappeared." Mrs. M, Godden, 025 Napoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. North Ilavcn, Conn. "Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything elso had failed when passing through change of life. Thcro Is nothing like It to overcome the trying symptoms." Mrs. Florence Isella.Box 107, North Haven, Conn, Ik mdk Cctg LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND liWs'tSSa X iBH f-- ff(3(3te& ffgflfi fa? $k (jffsfls& Gjd !YniA P D1MKUAM ' " Mrniriiir WW ivuu uacc i.wmim. rn fcimiH'in"'t ospi SiipiiA'un puu .ipt ,tll jno pio s.io'i uipi pui ,i qSuoiM Shall Industrial Army Have It 'When ;ini i,iiii op n,o o.w isoiu ,i) putt 'ntiutf FlRhters get 91 n day? s.PPI .Ml,, 'podniS oi ,,'uwjc 'ijo,, 'no piipiMdiip os' ni (Letter to New York Sun.) IU) puu M.vn.i puq ,T 4iii iiiiii:)s In tlmo of war we should have two puu ssjiipupi .lopun ii.o p:ti jo armies, the fighting army and the In0.111s- - '.ion ,)psoq u.unp .'p.iu.itA(u pod ds- oil I'l'II Jl'sllll ll.1 is om l.inm dustrial army. Each should wear A"JU SUM J pill) ',IIIMI S.tl.Ill(.l uniform and be under abosutc govo'll a". 'PI-- I-i in ii) .yj.u sp aioq.n ernmental co'ntrol. The wages, tho d0tl ..'inn .HI .o pia tmnoH oa.om Ill.w l"il nil A DOLLAR ax iiouk. -- -- hours of labor, the rules of living, all OH' Sl Md(M IPiill mill si'.w oi ji should bo determined by the Govern'pOOptll 'MII.IO,I JO0,I JOJ piO ment. 0O'I ojioiii nun ii su.w siij.io,i jojo.i joj Every man in tho United States jno S(liOO'I .IOI .IOA0l!lAV owes his life to his country. The odo.id.imii ojo.w mpi .)m po.iM manner in which his life is used, oq oq.w oidoo.i jii.-fji sii.w 0uitux whether in the front line in France or i'lnii oi js'iiiuii! in the essential industry here, is none H OUOU 'IO)SI!Oq OI su 'sup.io,i jojo.i jo; jno Siijooi iJi oimp pui of his concern. Those In supremo auoplood j.iipo Osoqi ii j puu 'pip .Coip thority alone arc best able to deterJI 31 Oil PlllOAV Mflll.W ;sOA.lslUOIl mine how that life should be used to JOJ jno .jo (.) jqno oii ji!ii popd tho best advantage. IIII pill pill! ;s.l.lp0S Oil) bl! II.1UIII SU In tho fighting nrmy a man gets PIP 01 pHS pi!l OI piIV 'SlIlOS lllf his maintenance and $31 a month. lIA 'JJ.1IS PUU .I.IJIIOI I! 0 JOJ illj As to hours of labor, a friend of mine Mll.1 AO0. U 0 4OJ OI Jllq : UlipiIUM in tho old sixty-nint- h has just written xo spj poploooit pi!i oi puu 'jiosiupi home that ho has been fighting two JO.C IOt!J 0( 0 s,l(t!( a'IIUIU OOJ pti'I puq on isupis s.mir sii.u mpi ij.A weeks, almost without rest. Why jnj)i!iii oqj sii.w jni.v juip puitisjnpiiii should the fighting army have less pay, more hours of labor and less pripoiiiu j.iipinoo ji ouoSHua Jiosuipi ii 'iiiiSpnf 'aiiH pomoos- vileges than the industrial army In essential industries? OJU2J OUIUS OIl 'lSll(IUO A"MlllJUO A soldier, overstays his leave and llSpilf 'Siipjis 'uiooj joij.mj oip ii becomes technically a deserter. If jiios u jo ,fuooj .(siMim mi puq q caught and convicted he gets twenty pun 'lips puu .ll! su.w osuoq 01X years in military prison. Why ii pun .)isino ju.w :j p.r should a worker in an essential inpioj jojo.i i.iu.w sit.w spp mis somp dustry ho treated differently? 03 nod ii i.inui .fjo.v poiuoos joaoii How will you explain to the fightnpl l! jpiq iSnoip M.ip.o( uii pint ing army when it returns the special 'OJU PUU 'SH.tt J Kit JOt Opl OIJ SIIA privilege of tfio industrial army? j nsjtioa jo puu .is a'jjoji! J.j oh I know an enlisted man who worksopiunsu.) ojt! oq jo itM)ilsp juoaep jmp 'soqsjp iiqj jo a'iiavii Jiiijuop o:p ed eight hours a day and made $15,-00- 0 a year in his business. Ho now UOA0 JOIt MllII pOIOl!O.I UOJl!,)poilI JO uoijatujiu jo urfs! nn jnq Mo.uid oip no gets about $60 a month and is liable JtlO JUO.W OH 'Opl KI pill pt! .10)0,1 to work 24 hours a day. Vhat would hnppen to him if he struck, i.'IMI'P c l"o.ij .tptico either for shorter hours or more pay? inojg ,J ,a" jsud j mil j,uipto.w i jji If this strike happened at the front ho II S JOI)OJ( U.UO JIlOA UOIA OOS IIOA.I bo introduced to a firing party. j.uop noA '.uijiSu ,ij ojiij ,iio ,a" would Why should a worker In an essenojoj.ki uo.ipi.i puu uoiuo.w jnd p.no.v tial industry a shipyard or a muniI! ll JUOI OJH JIOOJ Oip JOAO J1K p.uo.t 'miiiiti aoj ,0 jjos oiitos jsnf tion factory bo treated differently? A friend of mine who is.personnel 'ipi pi uuui on j.upt ,x ojii ,X iipp ,.C uuui ,o pupi jtii.tt AvotiJi j.uop i olhzef in a camp where many of the iinir jnoqit op o op jsnf pioj ojotp men are export mechanics tells mo J0AO OldOOU ,IJ JUIIJ UOID0J ni). J,IIO( that when he signs tho payroll ho oplooil juo pint sn ojpi jsnf ojw notices that many ot tho men only get Pdih)d joipo nv mijiio puu sn ipM $8.65 a month. The balance goes EuoB oplooil .i.xpo ,o Uij op 0.ll(l II S'.CU.WA'tllt IUU JJI!OI for insurance, liberty bonds and to liptjipl JOJ dependents. ',A' UM OKI JOl '.IAD I O.I0II.W V JO.1 OA.I What will these men think of ship0IIIO)S A'lll ,1111 i II.IllOU.l K po.lll JallU o.w v 'oui o.S pinna , .uiipoii joj yard men, 58 per cent of whom are of pUIOS .lit ,0 poS II 01!UI J.UppiOW I foreign birth, demanding"! dollar an JIUI 'POOJ 1U( piJOA 0lJ tl ,IIlOI ,11 hour nnd doublo pay for overtime? KIIIO.),, jpimi J.iiuo viplood OIIIOS If men in essential industries nro 'POOJ ,l ipilOp ,J 08 to bo exempted from tho draft let AII(I ,l I JOAO C.JUIP Jtll! , them at least bo enlisted in an in'pmu iu,i mji dustrial army. pii oi Diu oi!iii no Put a uniform on MIObA ,ll plS l,Iipi!l( IIOA" JO IIIU1 them, have a government board fix ,i) oaiii J,upp jsnf iioa' pp:s ,iis' their hours of labor and their wages opltiod )ii pmu jd ppts ois ,.Mioa" o nnd glvo them no privileges over tho ,J JtlSllO J.llllllll OAV IUM Xll! ,IJ, men who night and day aro facing l'lll-JIII'- l oip ti njotp Jfiipnii)s aoioiiios 'pip OI tho machine guns, gas bombs and BIP JOaa( Ki:j(l(l OIK pull 'lUIIUAl cannon of tho German army. OJ S1I U ll Al!.U mention of the fact that his company alono, single-handeagainst overwhelming odds, had started tho Hun. on his return trip to Berlin. groaned out an "Aw dry up!" exasperated realist, with a grimace oC pain. "You mako met sick, blowing about Hko that!" "Well anyhow," retorted tho youth who had boasted of his company, 'em In that pocket." Tho realist lifted himself with labor, for a contemptuous look at tho optimist. "Whats tho matter with your eye?"" he demanded. "Left it on the battlefield to look: after things," said the other with, utter sangfroid. "What's a eye or two in a war of d, four-flushe- rs "wo-whalcHttlo-private this-size?- "Well, you're no tinhorn sport!" admitted tho realist grimly. And ho laid himself down again. mo $100 Reward, $100 greatly-Influence- -- ;it - The readers of this paper will to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dlsca.se that science has been able to cure In nil Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous Surface.? of the System thereby destroying; the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting naturo In doing its work. Tho proprietors havo so much faith In the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls.' to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Addrtss F. J. CHKNRY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. "5c. GEHMAX e FIXAXCIAIi COXMTIOX SEHIOUS. 0I UOS-JO-d a- - Irregular bowel inovonients lead to chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills tho system with impurities. 'Horbino la u uroajt bowel refiu-lato- r. It purifies tho system, vitalizes the blood mid puts tho digestive organs in fluo vigorous condition. Prleo CO cents. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in e When vou havo Backache the liver or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for the liver, kldnoys and bladder- A trial 50c bottle will convince you. Get it 46-at the drug storo yr Amsterdam, Friday, Oct. 25 Public anxiety over tho solvency of tho empire apparently Is becoming acuto In Germany. Tho hoarding of money-ha- s become bo rampant as to cause-grea- t inconvenience. There has been a general run on tho banks accounts, and tho theft of hidden funds is ot daily occuranco. With Its staff depleted by tho war and grip the German treasury Is turning out new currency at top speed, but, according to the Lokal Anzelger of Derlln, It melts like snow-whetho sun shines, nnd tho customary back-flointo tho state coffers has ceased completely. Tho HolrUs-- y bank in tho third quarter of the year issued tho unprecedented amount of four billion marks ia now money, or nearly twice the amount Issued in tha same period last year. In the first three weeks in October nlono the bank issued ono and billions of marks in now money. Tho government has been to make war loan coupons legal tender. It also proposes to issue; a simplor form of paper currency, and tho municipal governments hi Uorlln and other centers havo bcoii authorized to issue temporary token money. Fears aro growing that it the official appoals to retrain from hoarding nro not heeded the wholo economic structure of Germany may collapse. e to-clon w one-quartcoin-polled e XO T1X 1IOKX SI'OHT. How, Any Girl Can Have Pretty Eyes No girl is pretty if her eyes aro by tho red, strained or havo dark rings. wounded young doughboys,) I nm ONE WASH with puro Lavoptk oym bound to say, wero whoppers, and waeh will brighton the oyas and a. their figures as inflated as thoe ot week's usa will turprlio you with It (Elizabeth Fralzor in tho Saturday Evening Post.) Somo of their stories (told For Infants nnd Children In Use For Over 30 Years SMguature of y&OfTZT&Gli'AZ watered ?tock. They saw thins he- INCniSDIJILK results. otten roic size. Thin phage of battlefield tle Lavoptlk d neychology ie well known to the wir tiriUhy, prkling i iu W ih u go Will ,.'e. ' A " i. f jr snrgeor i' l . o t in l'jtl '' ).! declar i.i' i'u!-- ' i Ii. '' wiped out. Aaotber weue modusi . v 1 I . A w! waall s , botI !. u i. - " " mmm M nMMw The Hartford Republican what Taft, Lodge-nndistinguished citizens of other W. S. TINSLEY, C. E. SMITH, s. the country hnvo to say about tho President President's amazing effort to capital-- I tho war for tho Democratic parKdltor JOHN 1IENUY THOMAS on another pago of this paper. ti, W. S. TINSLEY, Assoclnto Kdltor , nnd Business Mnnngcr. America Tho snino Conslstant President who dares to toll tho Hun Entered nccordtns to law nt tho get from under ono man rulo, tells roatomco, Hartford, Ky., as mall tho freemen of his own country they matter of tlio second clas3. must voto tho Dempcratlc ticket or lay tho American government to open to suspicion of disloyalty. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. No Domocrat is bound by any party obligations to voto for Mr. Stanley. NOTICE TO SUnSCKIBEKS. Stanley is not tho nomlneo of tho Subscribers desiring tho paper sont Demonow address must glvo tho old Democratic parly but of tho to a cratic State Central committee. He In making tho request. nddrcss Duslness Locals and Notices 10c refused to let tho party voto on the per lino, and 5c por lino for addition- question, cither In a primnry or a conal Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards vention. of Thanks, Cc per lino, money in advance. President Wilson's direction to tho Church Notices for services free, American people to voto tho Dembut other advertisements, 5c per lino. ocratic ticket Is tho most daring act Anonymous communications will of autocracy ever indulged by a receive no attention. president of a freo republic, and an Indignant people will resent It with TELEPHONES. nn nvalanch of opposition votes. 123 Cumberland CO Farmers MutunI "We will be sending tho money for tho teachers right along now." writes NOVEMBER 1 tho FRIDAY,. State Superintendent of schools to Superintendent Hownrd, but ho does not say when "We will be sendREPUBLICAN TICKET. ing it right along." Is the money really In sight, or is it a camflouge to got the teachers to vote? Road carofully Sec.-Trca1 Published Weekly ly nAIlTFOHl) PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated for my hoy or my neighbor's boy In tho matter of holding public office If ono man may hold ono for thirty-fou- r consecutive years." Price fixing Is costing the wheat growers a dollar and a half or two. dollars a bushel while tho cotton crowors aro reaping an Immense har vest on skyhlgh prices. Elect a Re publican Congress and you will got more money for your wheat or buy your cotton goods cheaper. the Wo aro not sure just what President's letter, directing the people to vote the Democrat ticket may do for his own party, but we do know that It is worth mllions of dollars, tons of literature and thousands of speeches, to tho Republicans in For United States Senator BEN. L. BRUNER. Congress For JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. For Appellate Judge MUSKER. L. HEAVRIN. the matter of getting out their vote. "Stanley endorsed by prohibition leader" was the startling headline of Remember next Tuesday Is election a Democratic newspaper startling day. It is your duty to vote. until we read It was a Texas prohibition leader. Perhaps the proOhio county ought to give Mr. hibition leader quoted was one of Heavrln 1000 majority next Tuesday. tho leaders that put through a prohibition law in tho Jack Rabbit And the Allies got the Germans state that the Texas courts recently out of the trenches before Christ- declared unconstitutional. mas. Without rcgart to party the Ameripatriotic; without rethe American people to Appellate bench. are fair, and this bold attempt by tho v President of the United States to Freedom of the ballot from official limit the free action of the people in interference Is the bulwark of Amer- their expression at the polls, is a ican liberty. Guard it. dangerous Innovation that should bo rebuked by all men, regardless of The fellow who did not turn his party, who would scotch at home watch up in April, did not have to what we are fighting abroad. turn it back In October. Remember that it Judge Settle Is Says Germany to Austria, "You go elected Judge of the Court of Apsurrender first and then I will have peals Tuesday, and sorved his term an excuse to do likewise." out ho will havo been continuously on tho circuit and appellate court Woodrow Wilson is tho first of benches of Kentucky for thirty four American Presidents to strike at the years, and will have brawn from the vitals of a free electorate. state treasury $150,000 In salaries. If you think that It too long for ono Defeat Stanley and make the adop- man to hold office, voto for M. L. e prohibition Heavrln. tion of tho i Tut your home county on the map can people are by sending ono of its citizens to the gard party State-wid- easy, in Kentucky, next year. Hen nn Ohio countlan first. Vote finds It difficult to disassociate for your friend and neighbor, M. L. hell and prohibition. Tho Inquirer, Heavrln, for Judge of the Court of whoso chief owner is an Appeals. under Stanley, naturally speaks In tho classic vernacular of the aposSo far there Is no visible evidence tle of Booze. that a visiting Washington official has put any "pep" In tho Stanley Do you havo a boy upon whom you campaign. aro spending your monoy to fit him to business, and hopo to seo Tho distillers, brewers and saloon transact him some day hold an honored office keepers will vote as a unit for btun-le- y. people? If so They have a reason. Does tho at the hands of tho do you not know that If tho prcce-doKline reason appeal to you to vote for bo established that ono man may him? hold ofllco continuously for thirty-si- x Tho sobor. Judicial Tuft, who has yours thera is llttlo chance of your nover before ventured tho smallest boy ovor being ablo to receive procriticism of President Wilson, could ferment at tho hands of tho peoplo? not stand for tho "Vote tho DemocratOur hat Is off to our neighbor, the ic ticket" letter, und tells us why. Hartford Herald. Tho campaign has If you aro In favor of one man rule closed and it has nover discredited of Itself by asking tho Democrats in tho United States, oto tho Demoyou aro In favor of Ohio county to voto for tho Apostle cratic ticket. If freo and untrammeled eloctlons.with-iiu- t of Booze for United States Senator. In Its flnnl issue this weok It urges dictation from tho hlghor-up- s, Democrats to voto for Johnson, but veto tho Republican ticket. not a line for Stanley. For this bravo Why does not our Roverond Ignoring of tho discredited Governor friend Achilles. Wobb, tho Loulsvlllo tho Herald desorves tho hearty compastor, tell us whether or not A. O. mendation of Its readers. And thu Stanley has kept tho pledge, mado Hartford Horuld Is not nlono among through him, two om ago, not to Democratic newspapers in its ruttisnl tako u di Ink while Governor of Iho to support tho boozo candidate. Commonwealth? TtiMtlay tho people of thU county When you go into the booth to vote will vote on a 30 cent road tax. It just thtiik. if ou are Inclined to vote the tax carrie the railroad'', the roal for JaJgo rf.Ule, "What can I hope mluei Bud other corporations, und tho 13e ofllce-hold-er nt Tho contempt of the Stanley press Johnson's medlocro service in for prohibition is fitly shown by tho Congress has gone on long enough. Owonsboro Inquirer, which refers to aposLet us glvo John Haswell a chance. Dr. Bruner as "Tho o tle of Prohibition or bust." A hell-roarin- g Stan-leylt- New York, Oct 27. Chairman Will II. Hays, of tho Republican National Committee, tonight Issued tho following statement relative to tho approaching Congressional elections: "President Wilson has questioned tho motives and fidelity of your representatives In oCngroijs. Ho has thereby Impugned tholr loyalty and denied their patriotism. Ills challenge Is to you who elected thoso IlLUNDKIS. THE PRESIDENT'S representatives. You owe It to them, President Wilson's open letter to to tho honor or your great party and the Amerlcnn peoplo, warning them to your own to meet that that tho election of a Republican Con- challengo squarely, not only ns Regress would limit tho conduct of tho publicans, but as Americans. 1, ns war, was a colossal tactical blunder. )our chairman, cull upon ou to do Its necessary effect will be to create It. division where there wns tho closest "Mr. Wilson accords the Repubunity; political strlfo whero there licans no credit whatever for having From tho firing supported the war measures' proposwas political peaco. of tho first gun of tho war nil parties ed by his administration, nltho they have stood solidly behind tho Presi- have done so with greater unanimity His thnn tho members of his own party. dent as the leader of tho nation. political enemies In house nnd sen-at- o Despite that fact, ho accuses them havo stood more solidly behind of having tried to usurp his proper him than members of his own party. functions. 'That charge, as Mr. Taft In tho larger necessity of winning declares In carefully measured words, JUDGE M. L. HEAVRIN the war Republican senators and con- Is not true. Candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals. gressmen hnvo sacrificed partisan ad"At no time and In no way have vantage in order to maintain that they tried to take control of tho war spirit of national unity so necessary out of his hands. The President Miiskrr ' Hon rln, Republican nominee for. lodge of the Court of Apfor marshaling the fullest energies knows that. The country knows it. peals, wns bo ii n rarm In Ohio rotiuly, mill mired under the primitive of the peoplo, and now It Is a painful You know It. rural conditions of Hie times. When old enough ho labored at Ills father's spectacle to seo the President of the "A more ungracious, more unjust, lumber United States, for no better purpose more wanton, more mendacious ac- saw mill, mill spent in;ui u day wheeling saw dust nnd than partisan advantage, wrecking cusation was never made by tho most from the mill. Ittit there Is n native energy in Iho makeup of iiiiiny Amcr-lethe unity of the nation by arousing reckless stump orator, much loss liy Ikijs that no soil of environment cnii repress, ami Mtisl.er Henvrln was all the latent tire of political division a President of tho United States, for one of them. After working his way through school, mid acquiring a comTho only concelvnble excuse for partisan purposes. petent education, lie went to Louisville mid entered the Kentucky Law such action Is that the President sees "It is an insult, not only to every 1KIMI. brewIlo came to a storm of political upheaval, loyal Republican In Congress, but University, from which he graduated with honors in ing; and seeks to avert It by capitaliz- to every loyal Republican In tho land Hartford mid opened n law olllce, mid within n few jenrs forged his way ing the war. Republicans everywhere It fully merits the resentment which to the llr- -l rank of his profession, mid has now for twenty cars itccu ilio should stand solidly by tho President n,nl oirnlr will flnit ex leading lawjer at the Hartford bar. Ills legal qualification for tho olllce as our commander in chief directing pression at the polls. of Judge of the highest court in the State is so well known that it is freely the war, but his Interference In the "Mr. Wilson grudgingly admits freedom of elections should bo n knowledged b the Democratic press of the district. 'that tho Republicans have been 'pro- by the voters, regardless of As a eillen .Mr. Heavrln Is nil the people have a right to nsk of n canwar.' Then why does ho demand party. The President's letter will their defeat? Becauso they are still didate for their siiirrnge. He Is sober, honest and Industrious. Throughcut both ways, and the Republicans ? Hanily that. No. It Is nothing unhavo little to fear from Its effect up- becauso thoy aro for peaco thru, not out his entire life his morals have ltecu nhovu reproach, mid becoming tlie best tjpo of eltleii lias even been alleged against him. He on the result next Tuesday, but tho without, victory; because they do not deplorable feature of his attempted believe lasting peaco can bo obtain- is honest ami capable, mid should be given the .support of Ohio county Interference Is Its baneful effect in ed through negotiations; because litiens, legmdless of party. arousing a feeling of partisan bitter- thoy consider that 'U. S.' stands for ness when the utmost unity of tho UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER as people is the best asset of a nation well as for tho United States and Un- publican Congress will never assent shouted Vice President Marshall war. cle Sam. Tho Democratic Congress to that. Do you want a Congress And they havo made every effort to mako it so, despite the earnest Redoes not. Mr. Wilson docs not. There that will? Germany does. THE CHURCH PEOPLE ON CANDI- Is the Issue clear as the noonday "Germany looks to Mr. Wilson to publican Insistence that wo have no DATE STANLEY. get It for her, as he pleads himself contest ns to anything that touches sun. Nover before In the memory of to do In one of the few of his famous the war except that contest ns to who "The country will decide. Gerbest can servo; who most can give. Kentucky politics havo the moral "Mr. Wilson wants only rubbor articles which Is explicable. forces of the state been so violently stamps his rubber stamps In Con- many understands that. Seo the Republicans have Insisted that with arrayed against a candidate for of- gress. He says bo. No ono knows New York World, spokesman of the tho great war load to haul both pofice as they are just now against Gov- It better than Democratic Congressadministration, of last Saturday and litical horses should ho harnessed, pro-wread tho testimony or Henry C. Em- each striving to sec which can pull ernor Stanley. men. He calls for tho defeat of Tho Fulton Baptist Association, Republicans and tho election of ery, former head of tho tariff com- the harder. "Mr. Wilson's appeal Is simply tho of four anti-wa- r representing membership He, as tho ex- mission, Just returned froin seven Democrats. counties, has said in a resolution, ecutive, is no longer satisfied to bo months In Germany. "Tho German supreme effort of tho Democratic high adopted, "Wo havo a ono branch ot. tho government unanimously as people," he says, 'seemed to realize command to capitalize for partisan, right to demand of political parties provided by the constitution. Re- that In President Wilson lay their political purposes the glorious spirit that they offer candidates for whom publican Congressmen must be de- only salvation. They hnvo turned of patriotism that inspires this coungood citizens can vote." This is the feated and Democratic Congressmen, to him In tho belief that ho Is the try. Ho now openly speaks, as his severest indictment ever brought by must as they would, yield In every- one great political leader who can party has been secretly acting for a responsible body against a candi- thing. That Is evidently his Idea be trusted to make n permanent peaco months. And ho changes nothing, date for office, that has como to our tho idoa of an autocrat calling him- which shall permit equal economic neither the facts, nor tho Democratic knowledge, it is a declaration that self tho servant but bidding for the development.' Ho Is. All others political methods nor the certainty good citizens can not vote for tho mastery of this great free people. demand that the Germans shall pay of Rcpubllcun success. "This is n call to all loyal RepubDemocratic State Central Committee's "Republicans In Congress have tho full penalty of their crimes. What worse than nonsense then is licans, proud In their patriotism to candidate for United States senator. beemed to him good enough when "Second," says the resolution of tho they assented, as they did assent with tho Democratic campaign cry Hint stand by their country and their canAssociation, "That wo, ob a represen- the highest patriotism and sometimes the election of a Rcpubllcun Con- didates, and to let the world know tative body of Baptist, mako It a against their best judgment, to his gress, pledged to unconditional sur- that America spurns autocracy no point to religiously go to tho polls proposals. render and protection of American less at homo than abroad, and will next November und register our ob"Republicans at homo have seem- Industries nnd American workmen. uphold hor allies In whatever reparajection to tho dangerous enemy, by ed to him good enough to send fully Instead of a Democratic ,, Congress tion thoy may exact for the frightoutrages Inflicted upon them by voting against its henchmen." a million of their sons Into battle, to ready to assent to a ucgotlatod peaco ful Tho Louisville Annual Confcrenco furnish at least half of tho army and and freo trade, would bear cheer to tho accursed Huns. Episcopal church, "Wo are fighting In Franco to mako of tho Methodist far more than half of tho money for Germany. Such claims would bo in session at Mailisonvlllo In Septem- winning of the war, but thoy nro not ludicrous If they were not so serious. certain forever that men may havo ber, declared: "Wo deslro to em- considered good enough to havo u They aro us unfair, us untruu and ns tho right to govern themselves. Here, phasize in uumlstakublo terms, that volco In the settlement of tho war. utterly Impossible as their claim that whero wo havo that right, wo shall our Loulsvlllo Conference glvo sup"Why? Aro not their sacrifices as our utiles would bo cast down by tho exercise It, now and always. port to men seeking to represent us groat as others? Havo not thoy us election of such n Republican Con"America was created for that very prlvllego. in tho state and national representa- much at stnko in tho future? Mr. gress In tho face of tho world-know- n "America will not bo denied It now. tive bodies, only such men as have a Wilson says ho has 'no thought of Republican record, past and present, "AMERICA WILL ANSWERWITH clean political record behind thorn suggesting that any political party and In tho faco of tho recent acclaim I Wo do not Is paramount on tho liquor question. In matters of patriot- abroad of Republican Honators, us HER VOTE." repenhollovo In political death-be- d ism,' but ho docs suggost it, and ho reported In tho Paris cublu to tho tance. Our conference should not suggests further that ho ulono is Democratic New York Times on RAISE THE BEST HOG 9, in these words: bo partisan In such times ns I paramount in Intelligence. O. I. C. " 'Tho reports of debates In tho "But Mr. Wilson's real purposo has of the Christian nothing to do with tho conduct of American Senuto sharo first pages Tho convention Church that adjourned at'Richmond, tho war. Ho has had that from tho with tho news of the groat military Some breeding stock October 3, adopted the following reso- beginning, has it now, and nobody victories on tho western front. Senurgo that tho prosale. lutions: "We drenms of Interfering with his con- ators McCumbor, Nelson and Lodge gress that has been made shall bo trol. Ho wants just two things. Ono aro as highly thought of In Franco LOYALL P. BENNETT, -secure by the election of Is full power to settlo tho war pre- today as are tho American generrondored 18t3 Route 7 men to every public office, legisla- cisely ns ho and his solo, unelectod, als.' tive and admlnstratlvo, who by their unappolntod, unconfirmed personal "Mr. Wilson calls upon the RepubFOR SALE. past record nro known to bo truo adviser may determine. Tho other licans of tho country to repudiate A tract of land, containing cloven friends of prohibition." Is full power as tho 'unombarrassed their representatives In Congress who Tho Woman's Christian Temper- I spokesman in affairs at homo' us ho hnvo proved truo and loyal patriots. acres, lying opposite tho Mill company's property und adjoining tho ance Union at London, Ky., endorsed utiuuuy uuiiiuuuH in ma miuuiiiuiii, Aro you going to do It? tho candidacy of Dr. Brunor becauso to reconstruct in peaco times tho "ANSWER WITH YOUR VOTES. brick yard, in Beaver Dam. Price reaICtf of his record on tho liquor question. great Industrial affairs of tho nation "Mr. Wilson forces tho Republi sonable Mrs. OSCAR STEVENS. lu tho sumo way, in unimpeded con- can party to lie down or fight. I say Beaver Dam, Ky. NOTICE. ADMLNSTHATORS formity with whutovor socialistic doc- fight! Answer with your votes! "Mr. Wilson is for unconditional trines, whatever unlimited notions, whutovor surrender ' Yes, for .iiictndltloual All persons having claims against deceas- hazy whims may happen to possess surrender to himself of tho Repub- JOHN WHITE & GO. of S. L. Basham tho estate LOUISVILLE, KY. ed, will prosont samo to me, properly him at tho time, but first and nbuvo lican party, of tho country, of tho to him, ns the sole arbiter Llbsral essortmsnt SK7ZFriW.2a3 proven, on or boforo Dcombor, 10th q11 with absolute commitment to troo 1018, or thoy will be forovor barred. trade with all the world, thus giving and master of tho dostinios of tho and full vnluo paid tfMSSS&l&l&i ror to Germany out of hand tho fruits of world. Do you stand for that? An- raw W. A. BASHAM, I n victory greater than she could win swer wllh vnnr votns!" Muttlngly, Ky. Oct. 20. 1918. Hideo and frtoV' UK. TM. V ' Tho w,ir is a Democratic asset," ' " by lighting a hundred yours. A Re- - ' S Gvat tlfciliU "-Admr. S. L. BASHAM, deed. self-respepro-warar Oc-tob- or govern-mont-owners- citizens of Incorporated towns will The pay more than half of tho tax. "hand" system of working roads will bo abolished if tho tax carries, and tho tax raised In each magisterial district will bo oxpendod on tho Such a road roads of that district. fund would onnblo tho county to cut down tho heavy grades on, or buy right of way around, tho stocpor hills and to wldon the roads where now too narrow. The army has taken so ninny of tho young men from tho country that It Is now practically Impossible to work tho ronds In tho old way. A fow roads In tho county havo not n slnglo hand loft nnd n great number of them have only one or two or three. It will bo Impossible to keep tho roads In nil places passable for another year by tho old plan. Absolutely something must bo done to remedy this condition. CHAIRMAN HAYS COUNSELS FIGHT 'i Says President's Ballot Letter Hits Freedom Of -- T' 7' for furs mmMr 'Xi Mr. Tom Duke, of Sunnydalc, has Mr. II. II. Carter, of McHcnry, was among our visitors yesterday. purchnBcd Mr. A. W. Wcnthcrford's Interest in tho store of Wcathorford $ Mr. 8. A. Davenport, of Rochostcr, & Co., nt Sunnydnlo, nnd will bo asI was nmong our callers Tuosdny. sociated In business with his Mr. A. It. Henfrow. Kil Ilnymcr died of lnfluonzn, at nB!?W3lm!lflCTjra3H3 li Ik home at Simmons, Wodnosday Mrs. Howard Ellis loft Monday for j. night. a visit with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Are you having trouble 11. V. Taylor, at Maceo, in Daviess Mrs. Ortlo Nolghbors nnd Mrs. Clif- county. Mrs. Bills will be Bono about these days with your children's ton Stevens, of Heaver Dam, died of a week. Influenza Inst week. hosiery? If so, it's you that Our neighboring city, Lcltchflcld, Mrs. Tlco Burns went to Whltes-vlll- o hns been hard hit by tho flu. It has we want to reach in this mes.Monday to seo hor father, Ilov. had twenty-thre- o deaths nt home and A. S. I'ottlo, Who has been very 111. six soldier boys have been cent homo sage. Probably you do not for burial. know, but we do, that hosiery Ninety eight now cases of flu, and three deaths from tho disease, wcro Do you havo a son in the drafted is one of the scarcest things on reported In Owcnsboro Wednesday. nrmy? Champ Clark, Speaker of tho Democratic House of Representathe market to-da- y, and all Two girls wcro added to tho list of tives said, "There is little difference Washington's population last week. between a conscript nnd a convict. kinds are being substituted for They are nddltlons to tho families of Kstll Funk nnd Henry Cnstccl. the good kind. None have You that want a good Roof on your house or barn call nnd let us stood the test like the celebratQuito n little ice storm hero just supply you with 5 Ply Galvanlte aftqrnoon yesterday. There was -ed BLACK CAT BRAND. Rubber Roofing with n 15 year guar- 1 of opinion ns to Homo difference antee back of it. Now you may think whether it was a hall or a sleet They are found only in our this is covering some territory but storm. all wc ask is to glvo us a trial. TnpIeRcinforad store. At present we are fairY&i ACTON BROS. U. S. Food Administration License No. Knee Mrs. Corn Ashbydlod of influenza, W&i ly well supplied. What the at her homo near Centertown, TuesMr. Henry HInton nnd Miss Ida day morning. Mrs. Ashby was May Johnson, of Sulphur Springs, future may be, no one knows, of .Mr. Lou Barnard, of wcro married nt tho court house ltockport. but take our word for it, BE yesterdny. Judge Mnck Cook percures. Republicans havo supported tho Linen Heels formed the nuptial ceremony. Each political lines on essential war mca- STRAY STREAKS John Egan died nt Simmons Mon- of tho contracting parties Is thirty and Toes AND WISE AND BUY-NOW-, Important measures called for by tho day, of lnfluenzn. Air. Kgnn is the ' five years old, and each has been jadmlnstratlon, and saved from do- (By Fluko McFluke.) BUY THE BLACK CAT 17th person to die of the disease in married before. foat at tho hands of tho Democratic the small town of Simmons, since BRAND. some vital legislation, A Rial says ho has kept the Flu majority the llrst of October. Robert Renfrow, living on Tom off thus far, but ho'H if ho without which wo could not havo If you aro In need of any Dining Black's fnrm, just below town, died knows what's going to happen In the mobilized a successful army in time to No. 15 Boys' eather Stockings 50 cents chairs, Uockcrs, Beds, Tables or any yesterday morning, of pneumonia, near future, ns ho's mighty nigh out have saved tho world from German No. 415 BoyLs' Heavy Ribbed Stockings 35 cents domination the conscription act. nlco piece of furniture nt lowest following influenza. Ills wifo and of whiskey. llttlo girl have tho Influenza, but are It was Champ Clark, tho Democratic prices call on No. 2S Girls' Medium Ribbed Stockings. . . .35 cents ACTON BROS. of whom the Speaker of tho House, who came from Hartford, Ky. not regarded in serious danger. Mr. That mother-in-laRenfrow left n wife nnd three Editor wrote week before Inst, was tho Chair to tho. floor to oppose it, 40 cents No. 55 Girls' Silk Stockings Kahn, a Re- -' Mrs. Isaac Foster was called to children.' He was about fbrty years in town again this week and Thomas whilo Representative Newport, Ky., Sunday to attend the old. attempted to interview her, think- publican of California, led tho lght Also a complete line of these goods, for ladies, ining to get a news item, but during for and carries it with Republican Mrs. builal of her daughter-in-lacluding Black, Havana Brown, Grays, Tan, Pink, Mr. and Mrs. Cal P. Keown re- the attempted interview, she asked votes, in tho faco of Democratic opByron Foster, who died In that city, ceived a telegram Monday night, an- John Henry to do something for her position. of influenza, Saturday. Blue and White. When considering Hosieiy, think Tho Republicans aro not claiming nouncing the berlous illness, of pneu- and John pleaded lack of time, when of us and the Black Cat Brand, and remember that it T. II. Black is tho pumpkin king monia, following influenza, of their the lady says, "What you doing, credit for their loyalty, nor for performing a plain duty, but they should Mr. Ney Foster. Later prlntin' lies?" of tho Hough rlvor valley. Ho cut pays to trade with a house that saves you money. and do resent the recent letter of tho tho corn from twq acres of ground to advices are that IVIr. Foster Is some We are getting mighty tired of President, calling on tho peoplo to fill a silo, nnd later harvested 3,000 better, and that his wife Is also 111. Mr. Foster's home is .at Elaine, Ar- carrying peace notes and proposi- send Democratic Representatives to pumpkins from tho samo land. kansas. tions for an armistice 'twixt Bat Nail Congress this fall lnstend of Repuband John Henry. They are each in licans. It is he, from his high The State Board of Health held a News has reached his family that constant dread and mortal fear, lest place, who seeks to name the four meeting In Louisville Wednesday to discuss the flu situation, and decided Robert Davis was killed in action on the other sneaks up behind in the hundred and odd districts in the Mr. Davis dark and gets the drop. They agreed United States, who shall represent to not lift tho ban on public meetings n battle field in France. was a son of Mrs. Ella Davis, who to fight It out the other day with the people in Congress. His specifiuntil conditions further improved. lives on the Owensboro road, a few deadly weapons. Bat armed himself cations are simple just simply a Maurice Barrass, son of Mr. Ed miles out of town. He was an army with a wet sponge and Thomas se Democrat. He might havo said a Barrass, arrived from San Francisco, cook. Mr. Davis was the Socialist lecteel n. feather duster, at which Flat deserving Democrat. That would y to many completely balked, saying that he'have left some California, and Voto Dr. Bruner and the winter nominee for Hartford Republican Kentuckyforsafo for Prohibition. make in school here. will spend is eighteen years ago. Circuit Court Clerk three never could stand to have feathers. thousand Democrats in this State who Maurice do not wish or intend to elect Gov. smeard around under his chin. yenrs old, nnd a very bright young Stanley. .NOVEMBER 1 FRIDAY,. There aro no serious cases of tho man. "Don't bo a slacker at tho polls. The election of a Congress In this Moten King and W. W. Harris tin in Hartford, but a number among Voto the Democratic ticket November went Into Muddy Creek bottoms. great Republic is a constitutional We have a good supply of Pro- 5," is the closing lino of a Demott H. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. the negroes of Hati. got sepa right, and a duty devolving upon gress coal wood Heating Stoves on cratic advertisement in the Hartford hunting one day this week, lonth Bound, No. 115 rated and badly lost. Harris wan- the voters of tho individual districts, A small child of Mr. John Crow, display now and if you will call and Herald this week. This bald state-- .9:06 a. m. Due at Hartford and they select candidates and chooso of Williams Mines, died of the flu. get our prices before buying wo can ment brands every man who does not dered around for quite a spell and 114 Worth Dound, No. found himself just as far from homo letween them as to fitness and compevoto tne Democratic save you money. ticket as a tency first, and politicssecond, ..6.46 p. m. tho llrst of the week. One at Hartford "slacker," tho most odious term in as possible to get without swimming there is no chance for disloyal, and ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky. Tralni.) (Both "Mixed" a canthe creek, strange to say when he hit Misses Cora and Eva Thomasson, tho English language. tho M. H. &. E., lie took the end that didate to get his name on the balof Hcflln, were pleasant callers at tho A warrant was sworn out In counbrought him homeward. King took lot, at least there is no charge of Republican office Tuesday. ty court charging A. F. Bellamy, of Effle Coghlll has sued L. G. Cog-hi- ll the opposite course and all that kept disloyalty in Kentucky, and tho peotho Ralph country, of operating an for divorce, alleging abandon- him from going to Taylor Mines was ple should resent any insinuation .of News Personal Two happy mothers of Narrows aro automobile while Intoxicated. C. D. ment. The pair were married in the open country and Beaver Dam on it, con.ir.g from the seat of governMrs. John Qulscnbcrry nnd Mrs. Norris was the complaining wit- 1901 and .separated in 191C. Cog-hi- ll this side. They Anally managed to ment. President McKinley did not Alva Blacklock. Both girls. ness. lives In Eransvlllc. Effle docs back home and Social Euents, about one and n half and Issue such an appeal in 1898 'when not make the usujil charge of cruel two hours after dark. We suggest a Congress was being chosen durThere have been three deaths from nnd Inhuman treatment, but says L. that the boys wear bells when on ing the Spanish-America- n Quarterly meeting at tho Methowar, but dist church hero Monday morning. lnfluenzn In the Roslne country re- G. just left her without any cause or hunting excursions. we recall that ho kent aloof 'from Mr. J. A. Bellamy, of Reynolds, No services will bo held Sunday even- cently. Searcy Taylor, son of Rev. reason, and refuses to come back. political leanings in choosing high e Ward Taylor, and Owen Armstrong, ing. was In town Tuesday. commissioners and army ofllcers, as a FARM KOU RENT. died at Roslne, nnd Perkio Hall at compliment for their Tho Fiscal court was in session Paul Hawkins and Eliza Guy Funk, Manda. Monday and Tuesday, but transacted October behaved beautifully, No Also for sale. One and one half support. Wo hold Mr. Wilson in high young people of Bells Run, were little business of public interest. The miles from Centertown. AH improve esteem, and regret to see him frost and the crop saved. married in Rockport, Indiana, last Mr. J. II. Thomas received a tele time was devoted chiefly to allowing ments. For particulars write his expressed desire' to seo gram from Louisville Saturday after- customary county claims. County politics sidetracked for the duration Mrs. Elijah Martin, of Olaton, died week. Mrs. IONA WALLACE. noon, announcing the birth of a baby Clerk Blankenshlp and Esquire Charof influenza, tho first of tho week. 104, 25th Street, Kenmore, Ohio of tho war. If tho Republican Is given over girl to his daughter, Airs. James L. lie Stevens were appointed a comee FARM FOR SALE. Ono-o- f tho best places that I know mostly to politics this week, bo pa Brashcar. Christened, Martha Eliza mittee to repair, or rather patch, the HUNS' ORDERS. tient. This is the last week of tho beth. Beaver Dam pike. The committee of to buy ypur Groceries Is at campaign. Farm between Dundee and Megan will undertake to make the road ser- Directed To Wreck Property, Poison ACTON BltOS. for 6ale. 51 acres of good farming A good cook stove is n Real good viceable for use during tho winter. Wells. land See CAL P. KEOWN, Mr. John Bruner died of fluo nt thing to havo in a homo and wo havo Frost coming so unusually late Hartford.-- ' Ky. Dr. C. W. DeWeeso, of Fordsville, this fall will save a great deal of Hopkinsvlllo Inst week. His remains more good cook stoves in our Store Washington, Oct. 30. Documents 10tf wcro grought to his homo nt Olaton, than wo need so why not let us sell who entered the army about a year quoting orders issued fuel. by German BALD KNOB. ago, with the rank of Lieutenant In commanders tor the methodical deyou one. for burial. We had a nlco rain Saturday and ACTON BROS. tho Medical Corps, has been twice struction of property and for tho Mr. T. D. Owen, of Llvermoro, promoted, and is now a Major. Tho poisoning of wells during the present Sunday. Miss Era Gaines, of Fordsvlllo, has Route 1, qualified as deputy assessor, The stork visited tho home of Mr. gone to Kansas City, Mo., to attend Rev. It. B. Neel. of Madlll, Oklaho- promotion of tho Doctor brings about evacuation of Belgium and French yuosday. her sister, Mrs. Frank Slntou, who Is ma, is tho guest of the family of tho remarkable condition of two Ma- territory have reached Washington. and Mrs. F. L. Tnylor tho 25th and jors in tho Dewceso family. Major Among them Is nn order, taken from left a weo llttlo girl. 's Mr. It. B. .Martin this wcok. Rev. Mr. V. Atherton, of Llvormore, Bcriously 111. Miss Marie Smith visited hor fut hor was formerly a cltlzon C. W. Doweese, of Camp Dodge, Iowa, a prisoner, issued by the commander Route 1, called on us while In town g of Butler county, but moved west and Mnjor James M. Dcweeso, of of the 108th Infantry Brigade of the cousin, Miss Winona Taylor from Mr. Isac Fostor, who has been Tuesday. "West Point Military Camp, aro Gorman army on September 5, di- Saturday until Monday. soino structural work for tho many years ngo. Mrs. Clifton Stevens died Friday brothers. recting specifically Miss Josle Holmes, of Owonsboro, Mlno people at Cleaton, Is spending that certain of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin left Monspending tho week with Miss Myr- a few days at home. Is villages bo destroyed by tho rear Mr. J. C, Leach visited Mr. and day night for Elaine, Ark., to see Mr. HE'D QUIT THRONE guards. tle Lashbrook. FOR FATHKItliAM) Mrs. Dennis Ashley, near town, has nnd Mrs. Noy Foster, who nro very Designated units are assigned to Mrs. J. W. Taylor Sunday. Miss Edith Smith spent Saturday Our good friend Simon Smith has received information that her brother ill. Mrs. Fostor and Mrs. Elgin are the destruction of tho villages named Mr. Jim London, Oct. 30. "If tho moment and In addition tho order states "it night with hor grand-fathe- r in France. Simon is with tho Lieut. William II. Sclbert, has ar- sisters, and daughters of Mr. nnd arrived comes when tho interests of Germany is tho duty of evoryono to partlcl-pat- u Smith. Mrs. Cnl P. Keown. rived safely in Franco. 60th Artillery, Peoplo in this neighborhood aro demand it, I should abdicate without In those destructions," which Hurt-forhesitation; but the moment does not are to bo carried out "with more not visiting and enjoying themselves Just beforo going to press wo Branch, Mr. Randall Wattorsan, of Mr. Lon Whito, of Horse a letter from Mr. Perry Crow-do- r, seom to havo come." and Miss Gladys Foromau, of was u visitor at tho Republican ofmethod and less hasto." The ordor, much on nccount of the flu, but wo Emperor William is quoted as hav- which is signed "Week," presumably want to say thrco cheers for Arthur now of Whlttler, California, urgNarrows, wore married nt tho homo Wednesday. fice ing his friends in Ohio county to ing said this In an address to a num- either tho brigade commander for Haven who has found a plan to of tho brldo, Sunday morning. amuse himself in his own homo by elect Mr. Hcavrlu to tho Appcllato ber of mombers of tho German Reich his chiof of staff says, "it Is cashier of tho Mr. Thad Barnard, Mr. John Mnincs, of Williams Court Bench. Wo regret wo did not stag, according to a dispatch to tho that wells aro to bo contaminated." catching a young rabbit to play with, Island Deposit Bank, spent Tuesday Following on sick list, Virginia from Amster m Mines, has received notice of the receive tho letter In time to publish it. Exchange- Tolegraph night in Hartford. Sandefur and Mrs. W. I. Davis. dam, quoting advices from Berlin. ARE 'K DISLOYAL. death, in Franco, of his son, Charlie. -' ee Tho emperor said tho peoplo must Rev. A. D. Lltchlleld just will keep Mrs. Mut Ross has returned from a No details wore given in tho douth (By Frank B. Russell) flu epidemic stop- not think ho hud decided ' to re Do you get up at night? busy. When tho Sauol Its visit with hor. daughter, Mrs. John T. notice. Tho presunt congress has a small surely tho host for nil kidney or bladped him from preaching ho went out main on tho throne at all costs. Moore, In Louisville. Tho dispatch adds that It Is Democratic majority, but in our com der troubles. Sauol glvos relief in Josso Canary, of Fordwvllle. hue In the county to help put tho Liberty 1 hours form all backache bullovod in Berlin that If the servntion that majority wee never don and blail- -. Mr. and Mrs Tom Benton, of Ce'n- - just . . graduated from thi- Officer' ji Bond Halo over,- urn! that done, ...... ,.. ... . . .. t..i, ..... Sanol la a gimrnte h ...m buii ami wen to uie;'iiij'"i huuivhiw. i. m mm iTur neceaenry nor avoidable fur the adop- d.ir troublee. tortuwil. havo reeelved information Treinjug Sefcool, at Uainp l.w, Va. , nw a worn-a-un- y that their ion, Matthew, bus arrival 'andht beu eommlMloiied a soeoud I country to help tho termers bale their jof Prince Wlllleni, the oldeet son of tion of iui portent or needful war remedy. 60e and $1.00 ' a bottla a measures. It ban not divided along tho drus otorc. IC-jtne ueruian crown Prince. hay. Lieutenant. "Ju France. ATTENTION MOTHER 44,,4t4teee4 WANTED! son-ln-In- TU RKEYS ! We will begin to Monday, Nov. 4th. Turkey hens I must weigh 8 lbs., and toms must We will pay the weigh 12 lbs. "Top Cash Prices." We buy poul try and eggs every day and always t receive turkeys t pay "Top Cash Prices." Always consult us before you sell. DAVIDSON SEAY ADAMS CO. I . E. ELLIS t 4 BRO., Managers I son-in-la- JB&&9b lee-wa- Jhe I non-partis- re-ve- rso Ma-dill- do-lu- d, - .... ..,...... - gon-oral- ly yr - TOOOHEO Grim Men of HEM ALL War Affected by Pa thetic Scene. i; Only the Passing of Little Coffin on It3 Way to the Cemetery, but for a Time It Held Up Traffic in a Channel Port. There was some noise along tho Jetty nnd yet more, noise In tho wide find nnrrow streets of tho town clanging street curs, honking fiacres, yelling newsboys, taxis, nnd soldiers nnd sailors tramping the pavements. Xoic enough and of the kind befitting a clinnnel port in war time; but for a time at least we heard the noise let down and tho bustle softened. In n wide street of shops appeared n white-hairepriest with a white d crucifix held high before lilin. him was another priest reading from a book of prayer. Two laymen came next, bearing a little white painted table with a little white cotrin a cheap hoard collln resting on It. There was a canopy of plain white boards over the little coflln. There were a few white blossoms on the ennnpy and beside the coffin a few wlilp-crnckin- g d Ie-hin- , only n few. Two other laymen followed the All the men were bareheaded. Three women young women and young mothers to look nt followed the two, men. One of the young women was In deep black. A group of little girls followed the young 'woman. Two very old women came ,last. No more than that, walking through n crowded street at two o'clock Of n bright day! It wns on ns almost before we saw It. Men took off their lints as It passed; women blessed themselves. Sometimes men's lips murmured n short jirnycr, nlwnys the women did. The soldiers and sailors, when they were jFrench, saluted nearly always; the lirltlsli sometimes. Thu officers, If nnything, saluted more profoundly than the enlisted men nnd, when they did not stop dead still, held a hand to their caps for eight or ten paces In passing. Two soldiers were talking with two girls of the streets. One of tho soldiers took off his cap. One of tho girls stopped talking to say a little word of prayer, ltoth soldiers faced about and nil four gazed In silence for ong nfter jho little cortege had passed on. Then the first soldier piit on his enp, all faced about and resumed nntl not. their tgUjVJjJii y iPl-AiSlXl- y Pjiu T:. swearing Btrect caF-i-i you could henr a block away. He came on tho mourners from behind. ilc was In a hurry, and by clanging his i'.iijisii 1. m xuiiuu.v una (invar-- ; u .,! Tommy that bell he could have crowded by. Hut he held the car In check, nursing it po as not to frighten tho two old women hi the rear until they came to a wide square. Here there wns room. He clanged his bell, not too loudly, rimicdon Uie juice jmd hurried to make "up"1f or lost time. lien are being killed by the millions over here, and other men who have been there these very men on these streets will tell you that they hardly turn their heads to seo one more killed. But a child Is different. Jnmcs B. Connolly, In Collier's. ttso-ji- , . .. -i One of the "Women of France. nurse in a I saw a very French hospital dressing a man's head which had been seared In a powder explosion. She chatted in good English ns she prepared the wound for another application of the remedy. I did not .know until later that she was the 'Baroness de Itothschlld, herself the founder of the hospital. When I dined 'at her chateau that evening she told me that she worked with the wounded every day from 7 a. in. to 1, when she' went home to luncheon; that sho returned to her task at 4 and quit at 7 .In the evening. It gave me a new sensation to hear this beautiful woman In 'evening dress and Jewels, whose wealth it would be difllcult to estimate, telling how she had become oue of the working women of France. It was odd by the old standards, but e'est la guerre. Irving Uutchellcr In the New l'ork .independent. 'nw X&fts;an tisy good-lookin- g a, " - lnIowa says Ail In the Point of View. when her company In Buenos Aires all the papers ed were full of their praises except a little new native paper, which published iia article saying nothing else than that "Ihey were surprised that tho men nnd women of the company were so immoral." As Mine. Pavlowu s very particular about her company that hurt a lot and she quickly made Inquiries as to why bo astounding a statement should have been made. "Why," answered the editor, "the .girls go about unveiled with short hklrts on and the men often wear no hats 1" Detroit Free Press. Japan's New Military Airplane. A gigantic military airplane has just been finished at the military arsenal, Tokyo, it was chlelly designed by the late Lieutenant Siiwiidn, who met u ,trnglc death at Tokorozawa. The machine has been u year and a half under construction, during which time ivn&t Improvement haw been inmle In iieriul navigation. TbU nlrphiue U oquliinwl with threw luO.ioreiower onginea, Mud is capable of maintain-iu- n flo miles uu hour for six hours' tiuuous tflgHt. Tt VftCbJtt will vagrr flt pmuumjHt, COl'XTV OHDKItS OHIO Who Invented Them. CO CUT, HKPTKMHKIt .". 1IHK. The llRhtnlnR rod was Invented by Hon. MacK Cook, J. O. cj. C. proaiu-- 1 Benjamin Franklin ; cotton gin, ly Kll Ing. CIUCUIT COUUT. Whitney: friction matches by John On motion ot Esq. Shown, It Is or- - Judge n. W. Slack, Owenaboro. revolver, !y John Colt;' ,, Wulker; the Ulored that tho quostlon of voting n Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart telegraph, liy Kiiiiiuel P. 15. TlllS Man Has Gone Back Oil Wax of tho sum of twenty (20) centa Morse ; doiiiiio cylinder i.riiiiinit j ford. Institution. on the Ono Hundred ($100.00) dol by lliclinnl line; sowing machine, by1' by Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. lar wortU of all property subject Wins Howe; Gutllng rum, by Klohnril Marintllng; Miliinnrlno cable," by CyriM W. Event of Hs Youthfu Day8( n whlch law to local taxation, under Section .Master Coiiimldoiicr Otto C. 157a of tho Constitution, for the Im ' tin, Hartford. j;';!,,5 l,;!;l,Ionp' 1'y1A,"m'P,r (,ni'T a Parson and a Barrel Stave Fig. provement nnd construction of public i JJU IIIIhlllH iv J nullum iTrdsteo Jury Fund Cnl P. Kcown, urcd Prominently, Soured Him ; automatic airbrake, by George, IMIson ronds nnd bridges of tho county be Permanently. Hartford. Wctlnghoiiso; reaping machine, by submitted to the voters ot Ohio Cyrus McCormlck. County. Snld tax to bo levied each 1st Monday in March 12 days "Wonder if that nionsly custom of year for five consccutlvo years imCom'th. nnd Civil. mnkln' children wait whenever there mediately following said election. Tho 1st Monday In May 12 dnys Civil. is company at the table Is In force How the Herring Built the Navy. nnywhere In civilization today?" nsked taxes to bo collected and accounted 1st Monday in July 12 days AVe derive the Men of our defenslvo for by tho Sheriff, nt tho sanio timo British navy from King Alfred, tho "Dune," the barber. Com'th. nnd Civil. "Why?" nsked the customer, who and In tho samo lunnnor nnd by the real founder of our llect, who believed 12 days having bigger, faster, belter and knew Dune's falling. "That does not same process that ho collects other 3d Monday In September In Civil. more ships than your enemy, which Is concern you now, docs It?" He was taxes, and nn election is hereby ordernlwnys n snno policy to follow'. But about to say (something else, but the ed to be held throughout Ohio Coun 4th Mondny In November 12 days Oliver Cromwell renlly gave us our Inther wns too close. ty, in nil tho voting precincts thcroln, Com'th. nnd Civil. herring navy when he saw the necesWot directly," replied Dune, "but I on tho 0th., day of November, 10 IS, e domisity of taking their wns a victim of the cussed tall timber upon tho proposition of whether or COUNTY COUUT. nance from the Dutch, which trade style so many times when I was n kid not n properly tax of twenty (20) Mas mostly concerned with the herring that I never have forgotten It." Moots first Monday in each month. Ono Hundred fishery. That was enough. The customer, a cents on each of property In (100) Judge Mack Cook. Ohio regular, knew that Dune was in a rem- Dollars worth County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. iniscent mood, so lie closed his eyes County shall be levied for flvo (C) ' Work Savers. consecutive years, next Immediately Clerk W. C. BlankenBhlp. and let the yarn unravel. Fso plenty of newspapers nbout tho Sheriff S. A. Brntcher. "I never could understand the sense following said election for thu purkitchen, spreading them on the floor in such n fool custom. I never cared to pose of improving and constructing, Superintendent E.. S. Howard. when nnything Is likely to spatter. It eat with company. In fact, I preferred cither or both, the roads and bridges Jailer Worth Tlchenor. is easier to gather them up than to not to, ns their presence Interfered of the county. D. E. Vard. Tnv Commissioner clenn up. If there is n kitchen rnngo with my freedom of motion. I used Said election to ho advertised, held Sureyor C. S. Moxloy. not In use In the summer time It Is to cat by the 'touch system;' that Is, accordCoroner E. P. Itodgers. well to burn these papers every few I never had to look. My father said I and conducted in tho manner ing to tho soveral provisions and redays to prevent dampness and rust was a walkln' allegory of hunger. I FISCAL COUUT. If the kitchen bns but a gas range, have been Intendln' for forty years to quirements ot tho laws of tho of Kentucky, now in force n good-sizethen waste basket should find out just what he meant, but some Moets Tuesday after first Mondny governing such elections nnd under be kept and the papers disposed of in how I haven't luiif the time. in January, April and October. whatever way Is best. "Well, nnywuy, If mother hud just tho general election laws of tho ComEd Shown, Hartford, given me a handout, nnything In the monwealth of Kentucky, where samo 1st District Ilouto 3. 'form of food, I would have been willln' rclato nnd apply to elections held to Women Dive for Shells in Japan. to ent it In the kitchen or the wood- determine the nbovo question; and no Jnd District Sam L. Stevens, Denv The Japanese Industry of making shed. But, no, we must wait and wait amount, of money in excess of the er Dam. buttons, scarfpln, shirt studs, cuff nice. There were live of us, each one Q. B. Drown, Simmons. amount that can be raised by tho lovy itrd District links and the like from sea shells just as empty as I always was. But O. W. Bowe, Center-tow1th District brought from the Indian ocean, the if the children didn't wait nice the In any one year, shall be expended In that year. Philippines and the South Sea islands family wasn't in good staudln' when 1 nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- S. A. Bratcher, Sheriff of Ohio has made mighty strides these last was a kid. town. Millions of the shells are gathappointed, "The worst Hckln' I ever got was for County, Ky. Is hereby l(h District W. S. Dean, Dundee. ered from the ocean bottom by women bawlln' out n preacher when he took ordored and directed to advertise the B. F. Bice, Fordsvllle. divers, who work without' the aid of the last piece of chicken. Five of us time and purpose of the olcctlou and 7th District , B. C. Hbda-dcsHart any diving apparatus whatever. From were on the tiring line just outside the the amount of taxes to bo levied each 8th District Logic. ford, Bouto 5. Gas illnln room. I was In the first line year and tho number of years for trench, lookln' through the crack. Af- which it Is to be levied nnd collected HAUTFOUD. ter that salamander had finished bis In tho newspaper published in Ohio Ancestral Brains. pie be said: 'Sister Beezer, you cerMayor J. E. Bean. Some folks live on the glory of their tainly cook the best fried chicktn' of .County, having tho largest circulaClerk J. A. Howard. They tell of the great anyone I know. I'm not goin' to leave tion for thirty (30) days before the ancestors. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowo. things they did and the greater things any for manners. I'm Just goln' to said election and he, the said sheriff, Marshal E. P. Casebler they think they did. Then when they take this last piece.' will cause n poll to bo opened In each get the enr of some one especially 'And it wns the last piece and I and all the precincts In and through sympathetic and credulous, there is an knew lt( for j had counU.,i vin from out Ohio County, on tho above named eruption of boast of greatness that wi,ere I stood. I had that piece set date, as tho law in such cases directs We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi might have been. These poor creatures nm, ,ntcmka t0 Rrab lt nt tlle firM !ad ho may advertise said election by f bmd "Ue wUch "h-vin- g a cert.tled copy of this order I dolo "little ta tile ,reSsent:V0-- Cy $& milillHhnil. ns nlinvn illrertntl. nnil W. fcu.. AC!C(.. 3P "Why did he call your mother Mrs., nlallkcnsn,n( clork ot tho Ghlo 1UUI Dl'CAl'i i Uftll'U II1U lUllllUl'l. County Court, is ordered and direct- French Dry Cleaned and Preeisd la i Secrets of the Salmon. name is Duncan. Isn't it?" A single scale from a salmon will ' "Duncan McCarty Beezer," replied ed to furnish said Sheriff with a cerSuperior Manner. tell you Its owner's age. and whether Dune proudly, "that's lt. Well, any- - tified copy of this order, as lt appears bis pickings have been slim or the op- - i wav. I let nn nufnl roln nut nf me. I upon tho Order Book, In time for Send ns your Garments and Mat posite. When viewed through .n micro-- , jasrTSSmTSnd told Them said publication. scope, riie sca.e w.u revea uny lines (1(m,t mnnnere to Icnvt. t have The said Sheriff nnd County Clerk which have developed at the rate of CLEANED CLHAN t ft wolIop,n. wIth a barro, Mave aro further ordered nnd directed to 30 a .war. Lines crowded close prove ,,, to ent ut n nd i , s do and perforin each and every thing Packages called for and uellTcr4. ,lnd that the salmon has been living high.- - ,mve ,,mi sore nb(mt 1Unt required under the laws of the Com Lines widely spread indicate a scant ..T swore then tmt lf evef T Rrcw monwealth of Kentucky, in advertis THE ELTE PRESSING j and .they'd get theirs If the company bad ing and conducting such election A. Iva Nail, Prop. to do on half rations. And I've kept In tho preservation of the ballots nAUTFOUO. KSNTUOKT. Bloodhound. Facts About the my and tho canvassing and certification Bloodhounds were first known ns that oath. The four Beezers at never had to wait for their of tho votes nnd said election is di' house slcuthhounds owing to their ability rected to bo held in all respects as reGOOD to track the deer, wild boar or the chow." such quired by law governing game wolf. When the wounded Clemenceau's Way. elections. broke away and was lost, these good- It is further ordered that it is the nosed dogs were used In traling the ' M. Clemenceau, in his capacity of Secured or Your Money Back quarry by the blood trail, and hence minister for war, Is setting his house senso ot this court, In the event said you take the Drnughon Tmlnlnif, tho Yon tnilnlntr that mtn they were finally called bloodhounds In order. No mutter In hand nf less election results in favor of tho levy can tnko at collegebuslnasamall. ln.lorHu. riMldj; Write or I'U lt Importance and then than first-ratand collection of such tax, as afore DttAUGIlO.VS nUCTICAL, BUSUiKss I'OLLEUt' " be deals with lt himself Is to take I'adnuh. kr 4 more than three days to settle. It is said, the money thereby derived shall Foresight be so used and apportioned as that in t n reform, it Is n revolution, is An Irascible and not very Judicial each magisterial District of the counperson bad been listening to a lengthy , tIle remark of those who have delays and ty. There shall bo used the sum j enced the circumlocutions, on whether Ireland should or as aforesaid, in such district, d tape of olliclaldom. "No longer is should not have home rule. Finally be EiE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE and constructing, could contain himself no longer and the head of a department to ask for for Improving And Fitting of Glasses burst out : "I wish thev'd clve 'cm written reports from bis subordinates cither or both, tho roads and bridges on insignificant questions, when a few herein from said tax, though this shall Masonlo homo rule nnd then give me the motion 0WENSB0R0. KY. minutes' conversation would settle the not In any way restrict or imparo tho Tomplo picture rights." Outlook. question. No longer is pen to whole 15 expenditure of other lawful funds in be put to paper, and stacks of documents collected, when a simple tele- each respective Magisterial District, Prevents Windows Sticking. LIV-VER-LAX phone call would suffice."- - And as for said purposes, Just ns funds aro To make a sliding screen or a winfinal proof that the order Is grlffe du now nnd have heretofore been used, dow sash move easily, rub a parallln candle along the edge which is likely Tigre, the Tiger's own mark, lt may so far as such funds may be necessary to bind. This Is an effective lubricant be added that departments are Jo bi; and available, and in the manner that lasts a long time nnd Is ensily subjected to supervision when leiist provided by law, and that a more replenished. Dry soap may be used expected, and that disregard for thu adequato and efectivo method of three-dayrule will result In severe working tho ronds bo put in oporatlon In this way. penalties for the persons concerned. than is now In effect. Ayes and Nays 4fi Wi- Christian Science Monitor. being called resulted In nil tho JustiMore Worthy of Respect. ces present voting in tho affirmative, How He Got His Uniform. "I's got mo' respeck fob a man dat goes flshln on Sunday," said Uncle ne was a recruit In nn tivlntion camp thereupon tho motion was declared Peel rfcht nil tho time. Don't lay ofj Eben, "dun I has fob de one dat bangs lu Texas. Uniforms were short there, carried and so ordered. from work for days by taking calom MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. around de house wlf a grouch an' ex- nnd many were forced to wear civilian Keeps yot when pleasant Ltv- - ver-La- x pects de whole family to wait on him." clothes. One young man, who was esState of Kontucky.Sct. on your feet, whllorcliovineyour trou,b pecially resourceful, was mlsslug from County of Ohio. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don Inspection one morning. I, W. C. Blankonship, Clerk of tho tako anything else You can't adore Thrived Without Wheat. "Where's Blank?" asked the lieutenByt Ohio County Fiscal Court, do certify it, Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nut-American Indians thrived nnd grew ant. tern and relieves constipation. thnt tho foregoing is a true and cor- ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure muscular without wheat; but tall and "In bis tent, sir," replied a friend. wo can't tell whether that Is what "He has no clothes." rect copy of the order as appears on in its effect and certain in results. II t. won't bo long beforo Llo- - Ve Lax wifi made them red. St. Louis The lieutenant made haste to get to Order Book number 3, pago G73. in cveri my hand, this tho 30th completely displace calomel freely an? Given under the teut. home.i Children can tako it "What are you doing here without day of Soptombor, 1918. safety. Every bottio guar with perfect your clothes?" he shouted. W. C. BLANKENSHIP. nntced. 50c and $1 in bottles. Noni Cheerful Observer. genuino without tho likeness and signs "I borrowed the clothes I wore down Clork Ohio County Court. to When tho man above endeavors Griguby. For Bale by Pursuant to the foregoing order, tuxo of L. K. discredit you, be of good cheer, for lt here from a friend nnil promised to re turn tliein. Lust nlulit I boxed Diem 4. II. V71IX1AMB. KJ lUrttor ,,y Vrturo ot the power Invcstoil Is probable Hmt ynu are getting near enough to crowd lilm. Dayton News. up and sent tliein by express to bis in me as Sheriff of Ohio county, Kenhome." tucky, I hereby cauao tho nforesald Needless to say the lieutenant booh order to bo published as required by rajwsa ro m .13 "dug up" it uniform for tho recruit. Scratch Obliterated. law, and further direct nnd shnll A scratch on polished furniture mny causo the vnrloua olllcora whoso duty Put Ban on Chocolate Candy. bo almost obliterated by rubbing vigof Chocolate it 1b, to opou a poll In each of tho The Purls orously with Unseed oil. HFftfflJBUBL..a.a MimufiiitureiH, hecnuso of the thort-tiK- votlns plucos within tho County of imfiWwTtrf&Biw' VIrK.of mi Kiir nnd ns the re tilt of an Ohio on Tuosdny, November the 5th., BJ?1 tU Cfci tRV.'Ttrriy iA Is Your Pleasure? What Interview with tho inlntMer of food IMS, to take the senso of tho qualifiB's! r:J viritn ovvyt'iir.j cite fail. 5 When people can do us tlioy please, Kiipply, Ims tleehleii herotifter to iiinUe ed voters upon tho qumtion a set l.i ,.k'tvoui proat.-.,.and f'tiruls S wluit u revelation they sometimes tflvo only tablet chocolute nud to abandon f:'!..jrt,.i hy ii ij the auprtms S out in the above and forogoiug uf their Idea of pleasure! entirely tiw prodnetlun of the various y, .ii f.x j ant's buva iciiuej. J order. foruw of ehoeolite randy, it has also Witness iny hand, thin tli 30th. requeued iliut under tkto eluuiu ? rrfl'.?ACT0(-Bt.I). , ItlX. Dally Thujl. tfuntvM th IhtpoHaitltui of such prod' 4y of SepUwlrsr. A. .t 3 --il,i !y.t Cied.'cituj CVf SOU Strong rvflsoiw make itlMg ajtffitf. net fat tllUM-lik- f .. S3..A. BJUTCltait. iMKaBlMteil. "'r a ijjtK ' coaotsj. stujriir, cio'Qtmty. 'takMPMIf. LTiTiaufi&rimjnTnnTi W m skond 101 Time-Honored DIRECTORY Wilson. Clerk Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Lnngford. Ch'ni'iu HOCKPOHT. Jnmcs Bushing Hunt. Uonrd tA irn-M- , umi-iiiiii'- , i. ItliAYKIt DAM. Ch'ni'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk U. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal K. F. Slovens. foudsyujm:. Ch'ni'n. Board W. II. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcaslnger. Marshal Ornnt Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAIU County Board of Education. E. S. Howard, Dlv. No. 1 S. S. O. C. sen-trad- J. M. Hoover, Hert- ford. Ky. Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, Fordsvillo. Tlt-Blt- s. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. 4 L. Cartor, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No Uobort Goff, Uoslne, K'. er Dnm, Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndluy, Center-tow- n, tli d Ky. Timo of Meeting 1st Monday Id. February; 1st Mondny In April; 1st Mondny in Juno; 1st Mondny In August; 1st Monday in Octobor; 1st Monday in Deconibor. E. 8. County Board of Exnmlncrs Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Duff. a nnd 2C Common Examination. May 10 nnd 11 Common School" Diploma Examination. Mny 17 and IS County Teachers Examination (whlto). May 21 nnd 25 County Teachers Exnmlnntlon (colored). June 22 nnd 23 County nnd Examination (white). Juno 2S nud 29 County nnd Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 and 21 County nnd Exnmlnntlon (whlto). Sept. 27 and 28 County nnd Stat Jan. 2Ji School-Diplom- n. few-year- Stnto-Teacher- Statc-Tenchc- State-Teacher- s' J I J &r Ladies' and Men's Garments WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealicenl for iSSBBlBBBBBBBVViSBTx sM WEAt or LUNGS TTl the-pfh- CONSUMPTION A Quick relief tor Ihit lltfd. run down ftellnf. nlchl iwcali. lirmor coushi, paint In tharci, wetV. lunet or coniutnpllon. If ll doct Dot bc!p you il coti you nolhini. FOR ONE MONTH chl. ( COLUMnil .?, CLP OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock dox 010 o j J P OS ITS ON J. H.THORPE LEXIHETOH, KY., BUSINESS UNIVERSITY lbauJSaatiwtW2rR.SaulBuIoMiU!ct Business, Short Hind, Type Writing and Telegraphy! Thli oM and influential' Oollrcn ran do roach for yoait least cor nd vwart wearing ft Atgh oaloncf po.ltlon.lWplom&aardi'tJ Kprclal Onuno for Oot rrnmrnt lluinloymrnf. trhoaand off auccemf ol ffradaatro. llotflnanrtlmn. nnPAItTMKTTr roit lVAI)li:K.nnderlheiorer- tUloaot n iJiHy l'rlnolpal. UU ladleo attending ihla BMalon. (MDurfLibiwM. Fur irtlcu!r, sJJrr. LCXiNQTON, K-YWILBUR R. SMITH e ' experl-argume- nl do-rlv- DR. I I I USE NEW I THK SEWING MACHKNII OF QUALITY.') For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. NOT SOLD U N,D E R ANY s' OTHER NAME. HOME i Quality Considered it Is the WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If yon purcluiM) thoNKW 1IOMK you will have a llfo nuict nt tho price you pay, nud will not have nn emllcn chain of repairs. j I CheapcJt in die "" Globe-Democra- j end tn Knv. j our latest cntalotnie beforo you purchase. Tbe New Home If you wnntascwlug machine, write tori :,, lam Machine Co., Orange, Ma& &icicnc -i ! pSvcry "Woman IVants J men-UoB- d FOR prp.sniMAT. iivnawK J in walcr for douche etoj:r pelvic citn S.ulcc V. nrrdlaflain. Pect. , nend- d Ly Lydia L. motij-- i fmkhnm Med. Co. fcr -j yrorn. A liolinjr on?tr tor xiakI catarrh, yore throat ami jort oyas'. Lconon.lcaL DissoI"c - u fl Farm Department llcililluii. Tho lmportnnco of securing t'"i Krcatcs poRRlhlo return from tho mnn nro Miipply of tho country can hardly nt nny tlmo. It Is Infinitely grcntor when tho production of (odd Is so vital to tho Nation as during tho present crisis. In localities whero leaves nro nt small cost as compared to tho cost of straw, a condition which exlatu In some sections, It would scorn advlsnblo to make uso of this material for bedding Instead of straw. It Is a prnctlco In tho wooded n Bectlons of tho South to uso lenvos Frequently land hns for bedding. been hullt up Into a high state of fertility when this was practically tho only means of supplying humus to tho Germ-Proo- f Money. 1,ohvh Muko CJoixl wccl-know- soil. lloforo the long, wet winter inunths set In, when tho greater part of his machinery and Implements aro not In use, tho thrifty farmer carefully goes over them,' oiling, using paint when necessary, supplying broken or missing parts and putting everything under shelter. These and other frugal characteristics dlfTorcntlato lilm from tho shiftless, haphazard farmer who leaves his Implements exposed to the weather, who lfcta tho fences around his house and ham fall down, perfectly contented to throw a hoop ocr his put on a new corral gate rnther-tha- n lilngo or repair tho old one. Tho former, It may bo taken for '.granted, Is a plow-deecultivate-thoroughland market farmer In a word, n successful farmer; while the tngo of tho market farmer In a word, u successful fanner; while tho latter Is n scratch tho ground nnd Individual whoso failure ho attributes to nny one but himself. d No farmer could tolerate being In tho second class; and, on tho other hand, every farmer coming under tho category ought to and nsplro to tho first classification now Is tho tlmo to start. p, y trust-to-luck right-minde.Miidf-iit-Hon- V. Sliiftli'SMiess. Devices. In 1 1 communities of one county In Ort'gon tho women nro making homeflroless cookmade driers, homo-mad- o Icoless rofrlgern--tor- s ers, nnd homo-mnd- o under tho direction of tho homo agent. In connecdomonstrntlon ono woman tion with this project found that nn Investment of 50 cunts in n dish drainer nnd a wire dishcloth for pots nnd pans saved her 10 minutes of the time required to do tho dishes after each meal, or 30 minutes a dny. In it year she figured this tlmo would glvo two weeks, of Was the In12 hours a dny, leisure. vestment worth whllo? u lii1ior-SntliiK J Hold Productive lleitv. All hens molt In the fall and early During tho molting soason. Avlnter. nbottt three Avhich usually tnkes months, tho lions lay few or no eggs. pulIt Is ndvlsablo, if lets can bo purchased at a reasonable price, to kill and cat the hens as they begin to molt, roplnclng tho flock with nowly purchased pullets. Tho .liens, should not bo killed, however, until they begin to moult, and their combs begin to loso slzo, color, nnd flexibility, Tor If these changes hnvo not taken plnco tho hens will probn-Iil- y still bo laying nnd nt n tlmo of year when eggs aro especially valuawell-matur- ble. Stamp." "'"wry Patch a To arouso Interest In clothing con scrvatlon, an Oregon homo demonstration agont held nn oxhlolt of remedied garment, which had been loaned to hor by tho school of homo economics of tho agricultural co'h'uo. Following this exhibit, tho wonon called on hor by phono for pointers nnd suggestions nnd brought their materials nnd problonis to hor offlco, having ovcrcomo their hesitancy to let their neighbors know they nro patching up their old clothes, hnvo been kept of tho cost of o remodeling tho garments and nn Wnr-Suvln- j; lto-or- ostl-tnat- made of money saved and war textiles conserved. HiiImi Horses of Metier Quality. of undesirable Largo numbers modlocoro horses nro being turned onto tho mnrkct nt prosont In nil parts of tho country in order to save feed, according to roports to tho United States Department of Agriculture. As a conscquonco tho market Is glutted with commonplace- animals of this description to tho oxtont that tho prices paid are unusually low. Tho department urgos farmers to ralso horsos of bettor breeding nnd quullty. Tho supply of doslrablo-quallt- y heavy draft horsos or unlniuls suitable for artillery or cavalry Is below tho demand, whllo tho prices of such animals nro correspondingly high. In vlow of both demand tho domestic and foreign during and after the war for quality horsos, furmors should begin now to stock up their barns with horseflesh Wot the desirable typo. Under existing To n bank In Spokane, Wash., belongs tho distinction of circulating the national first antiseptic germ-proo- f bank notes. Tho United Stales treasury Is still experimenting with devices conditions feeding stuffs for work to Inunder dirty bank notes to bright, nnlmnls nro extremely high In prlco. crlpp ones, but tho Spokane bank has On this account It Is imporntlvo thnt the first snnltnry money on record. tho fnrmcr should winter only work Fifty thousand dollars In bills, put out stock of tho useful, most efficient, by tin- - bunk, were signed with nn Ink nnd valuable typo. Ono heavy drnft said to consist largely of carbolic ncld. horso will preform tho work of practi- The result Is tho bills nro saturated cally two undersized, Inferior plugs, with nn agency which means death to white such nn animal enn bo fed at the most vigorous germ who'd llvo there; about tho saino cost for malntennnco When tho ns for ono of tho plugs. fnrmcr desires to sell n heavy horso Motto for Dead Authors. Wo nro told that once, when Paof quality nnd breeding ho can locnto a ready mnrkct, whereas tience Worth wns spelling out tho end-los- s pages of tho "Sorry Tale," sho Inferior nnlmnls ordinarily can be came to n sudden stop, then wrote, disposed of only at a sacrifice. "This bo nulf," nnd knocked oft for tho night. A blessed phrase, nnd, of a Save Sugar. cerlnlnty, bur finest Inspiration. Would that nil dead authors would adopt It ns Save by Using: Dates, raisins, figs, to sweeten pud-In- g their motto; nnd with ouljn boards, nnd table legs, nnd nutomntlc pencils, nnd cereals. Krttlt nnd nut confections for can- write ns their farewell message to tho world those three short, comely words, dy. sugar, nnd "This bo nuIT." Agnes Iteppller, In Honey, sirups, maple Atlantic molasses In cakes, cookies, nnd nil desserts. Seeking Beauty. Less sugar In beverages. Girls nro natural beauty lovers. Tho Thinner sirups or no sirups in thought girls give to their dress nnd canning. No frostings unless made without the pride they take In whatever Is pretty nnd becoming, proves that. Hut sugar. the girl who loves beauty must bo Wnsto by Losing: careful not to put n higher estimate on cups nnd Iced tho beauty of bright eyes than on Sugar dregs In coffee tea tumblers. thnt of n sweet soul. Donot value Sugar leavings In cereal bowls and (ho sheen of silk nbnvo tho charm of saucers. kindly speech. In seeking beamy, do Sugar spilled In llttlo"lots in cook- not loso sight of the benuty which Is the highest of all. ing. Sugar spent to make caramel for flavor or coloring. Why the "Von." Good sugar spoiled in scorched "Von" before a nnme In Germnn defood or by cnreless cooking. notes n privilege title, either Inherited Pieces of cako or cookies or any or bestowed by n monarch upon his sweetened dessert left to bo thrown subject for meritorious services. While away. formally this prolix wns found In military or feudal families only, ninny commoners, cnptnlns of Industry, sciSAVK PIGS. entists, flnnnclers nnd nrllsts were so honored by their monarch. The title Tho fall pigs nro going to ho worth Is cither hereditary or censes with tho the distinguished person. more money this year thnn over be- death-o- f fore, nnd everything should bo done from n financial, ns well as a patriDisgusted at Politics. otic, standpoint to ralso as many as "Recently n retired politician of note posslhlo to maturity. A pig now Is wns giving a young man about to worth twice ns much as It was when break Into the political nrenn n bit of pork was selling for nine cents. Tho advice. "I've had everything It Is feed given tho brood sow will hnvo possible to get except the presidency. u direct bearing upon tho pigs saved. When I started In politics things lookA good ration for the brood sow in ed very bright I got positions of dry lot is: corn, ton parts; oil meal or trust, big appointments, nnd everything tankage, ono part. Eur corn may be I wanted. Now nil I hnvo after years of activity Is a lot of warm enemies fed, and tho remainder of the ration nnd cold friends." given In n thin slop twice a day. !'!: Do not let tho sow get to fat. Got Proof of It. Glvo her plenty of oxerclso whilo she A little Polish girl called to piny Is with pig. Watch for signs of farrowing and plan to give undivided with Lena, whose mother nsked the attention to tho sow nt this time. If llttlo girl some questions In English no reply or sign ono pig is saved which would other- and the child made thnt sho understood what wns being wise be lost, It is tlmo well spent. asked her. Lena said to the child, See that the pigs do not become chill- "Mabel, don't you wnnt some enndy ?" ed ami that they all find teats. Do The chtld replied In English, "res," sure that the sow Is properly housed; which cnused Lena to sny, "I knowed thnt she hns sufficient ventilation and she knowed how to talk English." sunshine and good clean bedding, lied lightly at farrowing time. A Clay Long In Congress. guard rail about six inches from tho Ilenry Clay wns elected spenker of tho houso the house of representatives six times, floor around the sides of so tho pigs can get under will often ns follows: In November. 1811, Twelfth keep the sow from laying on them. congress; In May, 1813, Thirteenth conTho foregoing ration for tho sow, gress; In December, 1S1!, Fourteenth If fed dry In a small pen which ex- congress ; In December, 1817, Fifteenth cludes their mother, but gives tho congress ; in December, 1810, Sixteenth pigs access to it at all times, will congress, nnd In December, 1823, Eightteach tho young pigs to cat and will eenth congress. start them growing. Thrifty pigs can bo raised economically if thore is Sponge Growth In Mediterranean. some forngo for pasture. Alfalfa, The best sponges come from the Leclover, ryo or bluo grass on which vant, In the eastern Mediterranean, to start before tho winter sets In will nnd are obtained by diving. The sponge divers often cut pieces muko tio pigs much moro hardy. Winter ryo should bo sown this fall from large sponges, replant the pieces, for pasturo during the winter and nnd tie them to stnkes to keep them early spring. A liberal supply of from being swept nway by the current. They soon grow nt an enormous rate. clean drinking water Is very essential. In the winter It should bo heatPigs started ed to romovo the chill. It Always Was. right In the fall winter easily. Keep Wo nro so strong for the youns them coming from tho start, is the mothers that even If ono shows us n advlco of L. E. McGlnnis, of tho Uni- red llttlo bunch of freckles weighing versity of Missouri Collego of Agri- four pounds, wo will tako n solemn onth before n notary public thnt It Is culture. the prettiest nnd cutest youngster wo ever saw and fight anybody who Now I'or The Sweet Potato. It. Exchange. , No one has to ho told that sweet potutoos contain sugar. Their liamo How He Did It. Indicates It nnd their sweetness is un"Tho Jinn Who Conquered Fnllure." disguised nnd unmodified by tho presoneo ot any ncld. Sometimes, We know him ; when his Inst shoestring broke he found an old corset string you know, fruits that actually conand dipped It In shoe polish, and It sugar aro so acid worked nil right. tain quite a lot of in tasto ns to muko most folks wish to doctor them up with quite a little sugar. Fastest Flowing River. Hut there is nothing of this Tho fustest flowing river In the sort about tho swoot potato. Hero aro two dishes that aro well world is tho SutleJ, In India, which worth making. They nro favorites rises ln.'.'OO feet ubovo tho sea, nnd with tho cooks in this section of falls 11000 feet In 180 miles. Pennsylvania Inhabited by tho "Pennsylvania Dutch." World's Egg Record. Sllco the sweet potatoes very thin, Tn nn competition In Ausput a thick layer in bottom ot baked tralia n black Orpington hen laid 325 dish, covor with a layer ot potato, eggs in 12 months, which Is claimed to dot with butter, fill the dish nonrly bo a world's record for any breed. full with milk and bako till brown. Placo a layor of sweot potato, slicPalm Is Prolific. ed, in tho bottom of a plain dish, As many us 4,000 dates have been s, on top of this put a layer of tart gathered from a single palm at ono pared and sliced, sprinkle with bearing.. a llttlo salt tho reclpo calls for n very llttlo sugar, but this can ba left Dally Thought. out ob well as not nnd dot with And what Is reason? Ho sho thus butter, another layor of potato, season, pour half a cup of water over tho defined: Ileason Is upright stature in ho soul. Young. whole, and bako until soft. ys dc-ul- A WALLED CITY " a ii OF WOMEN ; 1.. . ..W " ....rrw., f; little sunny village has grown up Inside a high wall In Franco within the Inst yenr. Its square tint houses stnnd In straight oven rows nnd nlong ono side of the city wnll Is n long dormitory for single women. There nrc many more of them thnn of tho families In the drub little houses. The village Is A Kct Contents 15 fluid Drachm GASTORIA For Infanta nnd Children. ma FKSSi r :sf .7.1 Ii fcliMtfflftSl . .. w of women old, young, middle-nge- d whose faces, hands and hnlr slowly nre turning yellow from the powder which It Is snld will eventually nfTcct their lungs. Hut most of them aro refugees nnd the fact that they arc giving up their good, looks, their health, and perhaps their lives In tho munition factory, Is of llttlo moment to them. They have come Into the walled town from ruined vlllnges nnd devas- full 5;u;: gftftaiynui r.FNT. n 1 ALIjUltUk-- O rtnn "- -" ' AVcfSciablcrrcpamlionrorAS' . Mniiiiiiiii'.;""-""""- Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ?is . '... ' - . llnutlicStonudisandUwv n..f.1Vnmniini Mineral. nWcSlfofl tated farms with their frightened llttlo children, their despairing old people, carrying all their earthly possessions In tiny bundles. In their Individual lives there Is no future; In nil their world there Is no Interest but the conquest of the Hun. No one comes Into this little wnr community thnt centers around the big new munitions plant but those who work. Because of the danger and the blighting yellow powder, the work Is highly paid and nil the workers are volunteers. The women wear overalls or npron dresses, some of black sateen, some nondescript. The dull garb harmonizes with the yellowing fnces nnd despnlr-In- g eyes. GiccrfulncssandRcstCofllws nor neither Oplu m.Morphtnc Always Bears the Signature of Not aucotic m In flcrtptfOW:S1lUmam 'M2H Iff3 5 JllfiiiiHri'nH&l ,'irat Am (7m!rilStgrr AlicIpfi'lRcmcdyfcr m. f- - " - Z i Ccnstlpalionand Diarrhoea i M Use For Over aailFc.5ishncssond rcsuUiniSlhcrcfronjnlnj'ancy. '$ : )m egg-layin- g ap-plo- Into this modern walled city of despair the Illuc Triangle hns flushed tho first message of hope. Tho Y. W. C. A. foyer Is the only recreational center within reach. The cars which find enfes nt the end of the line a mile away, stop running nt seven o'clock to save fuel. The city Is three miles from the fnctory. "Sly problem," writes the Y. W. A. secretary In chnrge, "Is to keep the women occupied In the evenings, to give them good healthy amusement" so thnt they will forget their sorrows nnd go to bed nnd sleep, physically tired out from playing." She goes on to tell of some of tho women and girls who conic to the foyer : "There Is a pretty llttlo round, girl here who Is Just beginning to show the effects of the powder. The, roots of her hair and her forehead arc a pale yellow. The palms of her hands are a deep burnt orange nnd her hands and arms a bright yellow. dancer, "There Is nn an Interesting girl who enjoys the foyer and helps entertain the other girls. There Is n professional plunlst who does her bit at the noon nnd evening hours. There Is one girl who speaks English, whose father wns nn Innkeeper In northern France. There Is a pretty little girl who Is engaged to a French soldier who still Is rejoicing over the five minutes she hnd with him recently during an air raid. Ills mother Is the caretaker hero and he Is one of six sons In tho wnr. Two of them nro German military prisoners, two nre civil prisoners In Germany nnd two are soldiers In the trenches. Her home In the north of France was destroyed and she escaped with a small bundle of such things ns she could carry In her hands. girl who "There Is a sweet-farewas a lacemnker In Vnlenclennes, who came direct to us from the Germnn-ridde- n section nfter a hard experience In getting nway." These aro the women the Blue Triangle' Is helping to forget perhaps only for nn hour nt a time the horrors that have blackened their hearthstones nnd darkened tho world. "Sly foyer," the secretary writes, "consists of n hall and two largo rooms with cement floors. Ono hns n writing table and paper, pens nnd Ink, sewing muchlues, n cupbonrd with teacups In It, a Inrge table with papers and magazines, easy chairs nnd my desk. Tho other room hns n piano, more tnblcs, chnlrs, Ironing boards and a Victrola. There jiro uuframed French pictures und Amcrlcnn and French wnr posters around the room. The walls nre painted gray nnd white." Saturday evenings they sing nnd dance. "First they have n chorus," writes the secretary, "such ns 'Le ltevo Passe' or tho 'Hyinno des Avlateurs' or something equally thrilling, and nt tho Until notes of triumph n voice nt my ears begs, 'Un polka, niees.' The polka Mulshed, there Is a call for the 'Hymno Amerlealn' nnd wo sing tho Hanner,' (LoDrapeau Etolle) In two languages." These foyers hnvo been established In several munition centers In France. Each one hns n cafeteria, a recreation hall and rooms fitted up as rest rooms, writing nnd sewing rooms. At night thee rooms nro filled with French girls learning English, bookkeeping or stenography, that they may work In tho olllces of .the American Expeditionary Forces. In connection with each Is a large recreation field or park. At tho request of the French ministry of war tho Young Women's Chriss tian nssoelutlon bus opened for tho sixteen thousand French women employed In tho olllces of the war department. 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It is true tho President has had An Ohio county Democrat gives some opposition on the Republican Bide of tho houso and some little on soitio very sensible reasons why ho tho Democratic sltfo, in the matter of will voto against Stanley for United war legislation, honco his call to tho States Senator. country for party support, which I Horso Branch, Ky Octouor,2S. think should bo granted as far as Wo havo In our country, in all poli possible, but in tho case of Kentucky, tical parties, "down and out" politi- whore tho honor ot tho party Is nt cians, who want to rldo Into offlco on 'stake, wo should look elsewhere for tho backs ot others, and who are ;a senatorial ropresentatlvo, whom wo sometimes endorsed by good, honest think will stnnd by the President of men, who don't know tho real con the United Stntes. I think, with ditions, or tho character of thoso many othor Democrat votors that wo thoy endorso, or tho truth of tho mat- havo In that man, Hen L. Brunor, who ter involved. Sometimes men aro has pledged himself to stand by tho lod to support such men through President In all measures tending to Is detriwhich advanco tho interests ot tho war, party sympathy, mental, not only to our llborty, but and I havo perfect confidence that ho will be true to his pledge, to tho to our political faith as well. A DKMOCIIAT 'Star-Spangl- club-room- Lntrluud. Wo havo thoso conditions in Kentucky today in our senatorial race, when Mr. Wilson is asking tho voters of Kentucky to elect Mr. Stanley to Whllo I believo Mr. tho senate. Wilson is perfectly right at this tlmo In wanting men In congress who aro in perfect harmony with tho administration nnd support of him in advancing tho Interests ot tho war, I reallzo that wo need men who will stand by tho President ut this critical time, and thoso that won't stand by him In tho support of the war aro votors. A Democratic Voter. Stop coughing! you rack tho lungs and worry th body. Dullard's Horo-houn- d Syrup checks Irritation, heals tho lungs and restores comfortable-breathing- . Price 2Gc, 50c. and $1.00 per buttle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. m CASTOR!A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ROSINE. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. By I. D. The nstntilsliluc statement Is mndc ' Mr. Snrcv Taylor, son of Hev. ltv this writer Hint Russia. Including! Ward Taylor, died nt his homo Thurs and was Slherln. lins 1 ,.rJTi.OOO.000 ncres of tint- - ...... nlelit of nnoumonln dnv ,, , ..., ... ,her which Is CI per cent ih much as burled In Iloslne Ccmctary Friday. the whole world posseted. This re- There being two burials at the same source Is being set nslde by Russian hour. economists lis n fund to pay thu counThere arc a great many cases of try's debts. Influenza In the neighborhood, but The effect on America's business jdiould be duly considered, observes only a few arc serious. Mr. Perty Hall, formerly of this f Tnnlivnntl Tilt nnril In f1lfllvlriL till nP. i at Williams Mines Mon- tide. fcxeept ...oak, It .continues, which llce, diediiiiniimniitn . . . ... ... '.in. .1 . " tiiirlnil nt Known in me mansei iisiuuj num j.i.v...... ..... is generally onk, It N not probable Mt. Pleasant Tuesday afternoon. Mr, the Japanese that much Russian timber will reach Hall leaves a wife and three children. the United Slates; but It will cninpctt Mr. Robert Robinson, of Owens-bor, Avllli American lumber In other was In 'own Monday on businotably those of western Europe, ness. 11 nd perhaps tho.su of eastern Asm, .Mrs. Ward, Taylor who has been "western South America and the Pacific seriously 111 of influenza Is better. Islands. Mr. Tom Awtry moved to town "To that extent," says Hardwood may be Thursday, to work on the Railroad. Jteeord, "our lumber business Mrs. L. P. Crowder who has been hurt by the Hood of forest products from Russia. In normal times Ger- visiting her mother and relatives will many received IS per cent of its lum- return to her home In Whlttler Cal., ber Imports from Kussla, and Eng- In a few days. land's per cent of timber imports from Mr. Everett Alhln, who has been that source was nearly as large. visiting his parents has returned to "Lumber shipments from Kussla will Louisville, where ho Is employed by conic from the Haltlc, from the Arctic! the I. C. R. It. Co. coast of Russia proper and Siberia, Miss Anna Haven, of Williams mid from the Tactile coast of the latter country. The principal lumber Mines visited her mother last week markets of the world can be reached end. Mr. and Mrs. Norvllle York, of from those points." Sunuydale, visited Mrs York's parVALUABLE FIND IN ALASKA ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce Sunday. Mrs. Van House, of Ccralvo, Is Univercity of Pennsylvania Museum visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Enriched by Collection of Ethnological Specimens. Ward Taylor. -o, mar-"kcta- rain Sunday. FannSystematic Exportation Would Have a ers are very busy hauling coat and Our chief objection to the new Great Effect on the Markets preparing for winter. of the World. j Mr. Owen Armstrong died at Sociable Impregnated match Is that Stlthton Wednesday of pneumonia too many of them commit abortion. An nrtlclc In n curroiit magazine ty following the flu, was brought to this, A. J. Suck presents statistics on Ho was an When us newspaper people sco unplaco for burial Friday. forest resources ns n means of cxccllant young man and will be dertaker, IHrkhcnd, smllln' wo ast paying the liiltlntis of dollars iluo to who's dead. greatly missed. lionie nnd foreign creditors, Wo had a nice Hus-sin'- RUSSIA'S RICH TIMBER LANDS Claire. s Wc are goln' to lick tho Germans tell they fix n government where ever feller will have a rite to vote as he pleases, without bavin' a head man to tell him how ho must vote. Wo want to mnko the Germans free like wo air. Mrs. Hardin Coppago Thursday, Oct. 24th. Dr. Lawlaco was called to Echols Saturday on important business. Misses Ethel Muftctt, Ettla and Hazel Woosloy visited Miss Mnbol Foreman Saturday night. Miss Gladys and Mr. Foreman Randall Wattcrson wcro married at tho brides homo Sunday morning by tho Rev. Wallace, of Dundee. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Imun Sunday night a girl and to Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Sharp also the same night n girl. Hcl-lnt- WXZHZM t, CHXTKRTOWN. Miss Mnrgurlto Ilonton, who Is at- tending school nt Hcrca Is visiting her parents this week. A public official who don't mako Mr. Leon Hlshop, of thu Military nobody cuss him ain't worth cussln'. Training School of Louisville, Ky spent from Saturday until Monday Woo be unto tho road when all tho with his parents here. hands speak well of the overseer. o Mrs. Josophlno demons, of Olen-doau- H MISS TSiis is J I dont hear nobody plntln' with pride to the way Ilurlcsqueson Is managiu' the postofflco department. The apostal of liquor dont have ninny followers these times. dry-as-du- st The lawyers lives by tho contrariness, and the doctors lives by tho scarlness, of tho people. Some children will make some in their studies In spite of their teachers. pro-gross as they air of dyln' the preachers would have to go to work at some-thiessential. n' It most people was as 'frald of sln-ni- n spent Inst week with hor daughter Mrs. George Matthews. The Infant child of Mrs. Cora Mudd died Thursday with Influenza, and was buried Friday at thu Cometury here. Misses Rcsslo Mason and Margaret Ronton went to Heaver Dam Monday. 'Mrs. Elian Rencer, who has been seriously HI witli pneumonia Is reported better; Mrs. Heo Ashby and son Everett have moved to Hartford. Miss Dora Parton, of Fordsvlllc, was tho guest of Miss Ida Matthews last week. Most of the cases of Influenza at this place aro Improving. SOLDIER'S LETTER. Grinmell G?.ove Fall Styles Exihsfoifc I Read the big invitation in this week's Saturday Evening Post, for you to call The University of reimsylvanla muimoOM MACHINE HEADY. seum has received and placed on exhibition n remarkably tine collection I will begin making brooms Oct. of ethnological specimens secured by 28. Will make brooms for half the h. InLouis Sliortridge, on dian, who for three years has been corn or at 35 cents each. Urooms exploring in unknown southern Alaska hand for sale at reasonable prices. N. A. SCHROADER, for the museum nt the cost juf John Hartford. Ky Route 2. AVananmker. He lias sent many co- 17tf llections, hut the last is the finest group of the whole. JHow Any Girl Can His latest trip was up into the mountains, where he secured a vast amount Have Pretty Eyes iif ceremonial material which was for the most part made a century or two No girl Is pretty If her eyes are ago. It is parted with now only bered, strained or have dark rings. well-nig- h cause the Indians have become extinct mid those younger mein- - ONE WASH with pure Lavoptk eye hers of the tribes who remain have lit-- ! wnsh wln brighten the eyes and a tie Interest In ancient ways because week's use will surprise you with its they are taking on civilization. INCREDIBLE results. A small botThere is a collection of poles or sa- tle Lavoptik often makes eyes cred standards used In ceremonial healthy, sparkling and vivacious. Tho dances, handsomely carved and chance will nlcase you. Alum rated with the totem of the liwirer. eye c,. Fm:E. Hnrre, Uros. There are some amazingly lurid ...asks 6 Rocknort. which were used in the dances, audi some costumes which are richly deeo-- l rated. Some are made of buckskin, PROCLAIM BAN ON CIGARETTE but others are of Hudson's hay trader's cloth elaborately embroidered. Alto- Coterie of Indianapolis Women Think gether Mr. Sliortridge has sent about They Have Good Reason for Join3,000 specimens and these arc often ing Crusade Against It. unique and as a whole are lincqtiuled. That the cigarette must bo ollmr.int-e- d e Barley Bread. is the firm conviction of a largo We find more entertainment than In- number of women In the northern part struction in an editorial of the Hart- of the city, not only because they beford Couraut on the revised use of lieve It Is Injurious In Itself, but ulso barley. It refers to Its Use In Wide In view of the fact that It is interfertimes and 111. (Is this verse In the Rook ing with certain phases of war work of Judges to give mi Idea of Its qua- and is proving a disturbing factor in lity: social affairs. It is recognized that "Anil when flideon wns come, the problem Is a big one, and ifmuy ha there was a man that told a that the first activity may lie anatomdream unto liK fellow, and said. ical and directed at "places" over I dreamed u dream, and lo, a which parents have undisputed Juriscake of barley biead tumbled Into the diction. host of Mldlau and came unto a tent 'This movement was determined on mill smote it that it fell' and over- the other afternoon when u North side turned It, that the te it lay along." matron Invited In a few friends and The Courant seems to approve of neighbors to knit, sew or darn as they the use of barley Hour, though admit- wished, to hear some music mid drink ting some dlflli'iiltlcs In preparing it a cup of tea. Some of tho guests perfor bread. Wit it takes this Wide mitted their little boys to go over to verse as evidence that Its density Mrs. McPherson's to play while the Mould make It serviceable as a pro- mnnimas were gone. When tho jectile. Watei bury American. Hooverized function was well under way there was u knock at Hie door This Girl 13 a "Lineman." and Muster McPherson Inqtiied When telephone whether "Miss" Gregg was there. the automatic .switchboard In Santa Monica, t'al., "Hetter come over to our house and nets out of order It Is a young woman, get Jack, for lie's awful sick," was his clad lu overalls ami Jumper, that announcement. Mrs. Gregg seized her wraps and "hoots the trouble." graduate of made a bee line to rescue Jack. A Rofore this unusual accomplishments obtained her little later she returned to the party present position of indoor mechanic, and responded to unxloiis Inquiries Sihe proved herself as elllcieiit as the with it smile, .saying: "He's better men in doing Hue work, climbing poles now, and I don't think It's serious.'! and replacing wires as readily as any There was another violin number, of them, says Popular Mechanics, In and Mrs. Redough had Just poured n, describing her attainments. few cups of tea. wheij the telephone? Hut for the war and the shortage of rang. The hostess answered tho call men having mechanical experience, she ami then paged Mrs. Wrong. probably would not be filling a man's It was Mrs. McPherson herself. place. "Your little boy's here, and he's quite However, being fond of mechanics ill. He's perfectly rigid, and I'm mid having u knowledge of electricity, frightened," she said. she Intends to remain at her post until Mrs. Wrong also dashed forth to peace comes, and then get a college give succor to her offspring. She, too, education. returned after a while, mid seemed rather put out. She forestalled tho Policeman Apologizes. Impending questions by announcing: Released by the signal of the Irafllc "Cigarettes I I'll finish the treatment policeman, the stieaiu of vehicles was later." Kiirglug through Market street when u Mrs. Wagoner had Just finished young woman In a new car drove up a sock and the function wus Urond street. She pulled out t pass about to eloso when the telephone the other curs that had halted and rang again, and Mrs. Redough wus kept on her way, pumping the 1mm summoned. It was her husband. shrilly mill Insistently: "I blew the "Now don't you tell mo that you hot ii loudly enough; why didn't you have been smoking cigarettes ami are make those cars Mop and lot me by?" sick," she almost shouted. .she freozlngly asked (lie policeman "No, no, dearie. Don't got excited. lifter ho had rescued her. "My mis- I urn nil right," he assured her. "I take, mnilaiu," said the olllcer. "I don't want to break up the party, but thought you wore blowing for mo to If you wish to go to tho show, you'd move the Kinney building buck out of better be getting dowa here." Indian:m.wuU News, apolis News. jour d J ,, Old-Tim- Re-hol- I high-scho- If there alnt many millionaires In France. among the druggists and butchers, Somewhero In Franco, Sept., 27, it's cause there's too much compe-tio- n 191S. I will' write you a in their business. Dear Mama: Don't get scared at few Hues again. The old fashioned local preacher this ink (red), it isn't blood. I am seems to have went with the. hornets Just trying some Ink wo boys made and the bumble bees. last evening. m place from I am in a different 1IKAVKK DAM. whero I was when I wrote you last, and It Is a little, more Interesting here Miss Innls Stevens, who has a po- than it was at tho other place. It sition in Nashville, Tenn., Is visit- gets quite interesting here sometimes, ing relatives here. and I am one of the boys who are Miss Grace Williams, of Chatta- hunting for a hiding plnce when it nooga, Tenn., is visiting her sister, gets too interesting. Yesterdny afterMrs. J. E. Williams. noon' I wns Just fixing to shave; had Mr. James Thomas, of Camp Tay- the lather on my face, when a big lor, is visiting his parents, Mr. and shell came over and fell about 200 yards from whero I was, and when Mrs. William Thomas. t was came Mrs. I. S. Mason and daughter, the second one visited Mr. and Mrs. It. Mason, of running for the dugout, and there I Llvln, last week. stayed until tho bombardment Miss Mary Ella Haker has returnDo you blame mo? So you need ed to her homo In Kansas City. Mo., not worry about mo, for I vi.: still after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. I. S. look out for Clarence. Yo.i know I always did that. I havu had Mason. Mr. and Mrs. ltert Davis and son, old mall but have not had a letter of Ged, La., are visiting relatives near that came direct from tho states. Rob Roy. Think it was timo I was getting son" Mrs. Oscnr Stevens and Mrs. Daisy from you. You know a letter from Wright are In Detroit, Mich., having the states Is certainly appreciated. been called there on account of the With lots of love. I am Your son,. Illness of Mrs. Leo Stevens, with the CLARENCE HARDIN. Influenza. Mrs. Clifton Stevens died at her home near Reaver Dam Friday mornNOTICE. ing of pneumonia.and was burled at liberty Saturday. She Is survived by Ohio County Court. her husband, a daughter, her moth G. R. Hlckey. ct al;, er, four sisters, and two brothers. Vs. Notice . ' Mrs. Artie Neighbors died at her New Road. home of Spanish Influenza last week Notice is hereby given that tho unand was buried In tho Milton Taylor dersigned petitioners will on the Slio is survived by n first Monday In November, cemetery. 1918, daughter, her mother and three being Monday, Novombcr 4, 1018, flic brothers. their petition in tho Ohio County There is a great number of casc3 court asking for the establishment of of influenza In town, but this hus a new road lu Ohio County, Kentucbeen tho only death from It. ky, us followj; Mr. Thomas Taylor, or Central Heglnnlng at a point on tho City, but formerly of Heaver Dam, Mill road on lino between J. has purchased tho homo of Mr. Ru- - T. Allen and Warden heirs; thence, fus llalrd and will movo Into it, in N. with road now owned by Logan tho near future. Combs between Allen, York and War-do- n and Mr. and Mrs. Rufits Halrd heirs about 500 yards; thence N. daughter hnvo gono to Indiann, W. across Warden land 500 yards to where they will reside. M. II. & E. It: R.; at a point about a Miss Geneva Taylor, who has a half mile below Dukehurst on said is road; thence across railroad and up position in Chattanooga, Tenn., Waiting her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Tay- saino on west sldo thereof about 200 lor. yards to the lands of tho Whlttlughill Mr. Lymnn Taylor has returned to and Sullungor heirs; thence, in a Winchester, alter a visit to his par- northerly direction about 400 yurils ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clmrllo Taylor. across said land to Mlt Combs' laud 370 yards to Rort Combs' Innd; NARROWS. theuco north across Hurt Comb's land to J. W. Carter's land; theuco across Wo have several cabes of Influenza land In tho samo direction very bad, so Carter's at this place but none about .'100 yards to a point In tho new-cu- t far. road runlng from Dukohurst to Mr. G. W. Muffott. of Reaver Dam, F. I). Duke's in front of Jim Carter's was In Narrows Sunday. house. Mr. A. R. Renfrow and family of Given under our hands this tho Owensboro, nro lu Narrows this week. 24th day of October, 1918. Mrs. Llgo Martin, of near Olaton, G. R. Hlckey, et til. died Saturday night of Influenza and pneumonia and was burled In Olaton NOTICE. She Cometury Sunday afternoon. leaves n husband and five children. Ohio Circuit Court. Mr. Joe Whlto, of Whlto Plains, J. G. Wilson, ot al Plaintiffs, visited his family nt Narrows SaturVs. Notico. day and Sunday. M. T. Likens, Admr. et al., Dolts. Mrs. Cocll Stone, of Owensboro, All persons having claims against visited her mother here Saturday. tho estate of Mrs. Agnes Drown, Miss EHlo Duko, of Washington, D. will fllu tho samo with me at C. vlblted her parents Mr. and Mrs. my oillco in Hartford, Ky., properly T. I). Duko, near Siinnydulo, a few proven and ve rilled, on or beforo Nodays last week. vember 11th, 1918. Miss Olivia Hurrisou who has been Given under my hand this 15th very sick of Inlluonzu at hor homo day of October, 1918. if Washington, D. C. Is very much OTTO C. MARTIN, and will soon be out again. Master Commissioner, Ohio Circuit A baby girl was born to Mr. and Couit. lGt3 of Point Mrs. L. E. Drowning, Pleasant, receives letter from her son at our stoi'e Big glove display AT m X Carson & Co Hartford, Ky. , MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Ohio Circuit Court. I. Ray Vincent, Defendant. Hy virtue of a judgment and order of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, at Its Sentembcr term, rendered 1918, In tho above styled nct.'on, for the purpose of n salo and applying tho proceeds to tho education and maintenance of the defendnnt, Ray Vincont, and for tho purposo of paying all tho cost of this action, including a reasonable altornoy fee, and the cost of this sale, I will offer for salo at public outcry to tlu highest and beat bidder, at tho court on house In Hnrtford, Kentucky, Monday. November 4, 1918, fit being regular county court day) nt about the hour of one o'clock p. m on a credit of six and twelve months, tho following described property. A certain tract o'. land in Ohio county, Kentucky, bout.deu as follows: Heglnnlng nt a stone, said ttcr.o holng A. L. Maddux's corner also: thunco W. 140 chains to a atone, holng said Maddux's comer also; thenco N. 179 to a st one being oil Id Mad-dox- 's comer also; thenco W. :'.097 to a stone in G. C. Casebier's lino, and being A. L. Maddux's corner alW. with tho old so; thenco S. 2 lino 2122 chains to a stone, being Verda Maddux's corner also, and in old lino being G. C- Casebier's lino nlso; thenco S. HS E. 34 1G with Verda Maddox's line to tho beContaining 81.5 acres,' ginning. more or less. A right of way for road 1C feet ivido along tho lino between said A. L. Maddox tract and Verda Maddox tract from beginning corner ot said tract to tho east to the road between A. L, Maddox tract and J. E. Maddox tract holng reserved. Said tract of land being conveyed to J. M. Vincent, deceased, on the 1st day ot Mil rch, 1904. by A. L. Maddox and Olllo M. Maddox, by dcod of record In tho Ohio County Clerk's d - A. Vincent. Plaintiff. Vs. Notico of Salo with Interest nt tho rate of G per cent per annum from September 21. 1917. until paid, tho cost of this anion and of his sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to thu highest and best bidder at tho court houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, November 4. 191S, (It being regular County Court day) at about thu hour of one o'clock p. m., tho following described propurty or a" sufllclency thereof to pay tho above Judgments, interests and cost A tract of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, as the waters of Lewis Creek and bounded nid described as follows: Heglnnlng nt a stake or stone In Jeff Curtis' lino; thence N. 09 rods to a stake, Hennctt's corner; thenco east with T. S. Honnett's lino 14S rods to a hickory and maplo; thenco nearly East with C. W. Hunter's lino to his corner lu A. C. Maddux's Hue; theuco with his lino to n stoito and gum, A. P. Maddux and Joff Curtis, corner; theuco with Curtis' lino 14S rods to tho beginning containing 130 ncres, being part of tho same land conveyed to T. F. Halls, deceased, by T. S. Hcnnott hy deed dated October 2G, 190G, and of record In deed book 29, page 1S1, Ohio County m Clerk's ollice, Tho mineral underlying thu nbovo described land Is reserved, having been heretofore conveyed. Said property to bo sold subject to the right of dower and homestead of tho widow of T. F. Halls, Henrietta Halls. Tho purchaser will bo required tis oxecute bond Immediately after salo with approved security, and a Hon will nlso bo retained on tho land until bonds nro paid in full. Given under my hand this, thu lath day of October, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN. 16t3 Master Commissioner, Foglo & Foglo, Hnrnos & Smith, Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. to-w- m e NOTICE. Ohio Circuit Court. Martin Flenor, Admr., et al, Pl'ffs. Vs. Notico. Letha McKinuey, ct al,, Defts. All persons having claims against tho estate of S. P. McKlnnoy, deceased, will fllo tho samo with mo at my oillco In Hartford, Kentucky, properly proven nnd verified, on or boforo tho 11th day of November. 191S. Given under my hand this 15th day of October, 1918. , OTTO C. MARTIN. Master Commissioner, Ohio Circuit Court. jets NOTICE. Ohio Circuit Court. Robert Kennoduy, Admr., Pl'ff. Vs. Notico. Laura Konneday, et al Defts. All persons hiivlng claims against tho astute of Thomas Kenneday.'M- ,.,. ..., ..... ,v , nu, jvuii ... in nonrtl will nin tl.n o. mo my oillco In Hnrtford. Ky., properly Proven nnd verified, on or boforo tho 11th day of November, 1918 minor my jianti this 15th day of October, 1918. OTTO C. MAltTiv. Mter Commissioner, flliln ri,- - ,ru Court. 16t ollice. thews. Tho coal, mineral, and gas underlying said land holng reserved. Tho purchaser will bo required to oxecute bond with npprovod security immediately after salo, and a lion will Ik; retained on tho laud until payment of the bonds is mudo in full. Given under my band this, tho 15th day of October. 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Muster Commissioner. lCt:i John T. Rone, Attorney. m rights of tho widow, Tills laud to ho sold subject to the Mrs. Carrie Mat- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. John W. Halls, et al., Plaintiffs, Vb. Notico of Salo Henrietta Halls, Defendant. Hy virtue ot a Judgment and order of. salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court rondored at its July term, 1918, for the purposo of a salo to satisfy Halls, a Judgment of Mrs, Eiumu Admix., vs. Henrietta 'Italia, In tho sum ot $45.00, with Interest at G por cent from March 27, 1915, until paid, und tho further sum ot $64.63, ! i iiii I