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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913. dates for Congress In tho Stnto, hut all wore dotcatcd. Representative .Icanetto Rrfhkln.of a No. 19 225 G. D. OFFICIAL VOTE OF OHIO COUNTY U.S. PRECINCTS Sena-tin- Con-gross ELECTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918. of AppoaIs HEN COUNTED IN Montnna, tho first woman to hold Democrats Elect Less Than 195 To Lower House. Washington, Nov. 6. Tho Republicans linvo reversed tho. Damocratlc control of tho IIoiiHO of Representatives on the face of Incomplete toilny. up t 3 !' At that hour both tho HupuhllcnnH it ii cl tho Democrats wcro clnlmlng n majority of tho Senate. Returns Indicated that the membership of this hotly would ho closo and possibly n tie. In which event Vice President Jlnrshall would huvo tho deciding vote Willi rcturiiB from seventeen congressional fllstrlcts mlsHlng the Republicans apparently had succeeded in filling 225 of the total mini her, 435. of tho seats In tho House. Tho seemed assured of 191 Democrat peats, tho Socialists ono and the Independents one. The Sennte r.ico was In doubt at 3 p in. Thi Democrats had seated forty-liv- e on tho face of tho returns up to that tlmo and the Republicans 4i similar number Reports from six of tho contests wen1 still uncomplete, with returns so far favoring three Republicans and three Democrats. The latest Senate figures wcro so close as to imiko It certain that probably not until all the returns wcro received from ieven doubtful States could It bo determined whether tho Republicans or the Democrats wcro to control. The Democrats, ucordlng-t- o n;all-nhl- t' returns this afternoon hnvo forty-fiv- e eats in the Semite- and tho No dellnlto ("publicans forty-fou- r. results huvo been announced on conn-Ms In Michigan, Montana, Nevada, Mexico. Oregon, Oklahoma nnd No "West Virginia, hut Indications seemed to favor Republicans in four of these Stutes and the Democrats In three. Republican senatorial candidates won seats now held by Democrats In Colorado, Deloware, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, and New llainp-hlr- e The Democrats succeeded in winning ono heat formerly held by the Republicans ono In Massachu- seat in Congress, was not running for to tho Houso, but contested Independently for a Senate seat after being defeated in the Republican primaries, WnNIi Loads In Montana. Judge C. 120c Road Tiiv ,03. Senator Wnlsh, of Montana, was IVHartford running nhead of Republican and In- tW. Hartford licdn dependent opponents. Sulphur Springs candidate, apparently had Cromwell dofented Thcodoro Hell, who ran as Cool Springs North Rockport In California, Gov. Stephens, ion 92 1G7 101 97 88 97 .15 143 102 14G G4 Magna CG 118 52 96 48 t . 55 46 n8 e Some well known llgures in pub; lie life will be retired or at least huvo close shaves by Tuesday's voting. Prominent uiiiouk them tiro Speaker Clark of tho House of Representatives, who last night was reported beaten by four hundred votes, hut wns leading his opponent by votes; Senator Weoks, tho Junior Republican senator from 51nssach.il-sott- s, defeated by former Gov.'Wulbh, Democrat; Senator Lewis, of Illinois, tho Democratic whip, defeated by Representative Medlll McCormlc, of Chicago; Senator Snulsbury, of Delaware, President pro torn, of the Senate, defeated by former Sonator Hall, Republican,' and Rupresentntlvo Shnr-lDemocrat, of Kentucky, chairman of the Appropriations Committee.' Fort I Illuming Itt'lilud. Incomplete, Henry Willi tho Ford was running behind Truman II. Newberry, former Assistant Secretary of the navy, his Republican opponent for tho Senate In Michigan. Jnsheph V. Folk, former Governor of Missouri nnd former chler counsel of tho Interstate Commerce Commission, running for Senator to succeed tho lute Senutor Stono, was defeated byJudgo Spencer, the Republican. Mojit Loudon Defeated. In the olectlon for tho House former Speaker Cannon wus returned to hiscat from Illinois for what will ho term; Meyer Lonhis tweiHy-secon- d don, tho only SuclulUt in the IIuiiwo, wus defeated by former Representative Henry M. (Joldfoglo, a Democrat, Indorserunning; with Republican ment. Tho luss of tho Socialist sent, liowevor, wus olfsot by tho election of another Socialist, Victor Herger, of Mllwniikooj.who defeated Ropresontu-tiv- o Borgor Stnltord, u Republican. previously served In the House and at present Is under lndlctmont charged with having violuted tho espionage law. All of the Socialist eundldutos In Now York were beaten, itinong then! Morris lllllqult, cundldato for Mayor u year ngo. To what extent the women of exorcising their suffrage for first time, had boon responsible 'tho for tho close result In tho Statu contest was not apparent early There, were several women candi to-d1,-0e, ts New-Yorto-da- y. setts I G3 G3 an Independent. G2 66 G3 " G9 South Rockport . . G7 74 70 G9 21 15 20 In Colorado Senntor Shnfroth.Dcnr-ocrn- t, Select 87 96 73 112 87 70 71 was defeated by Phppa, Repub i Horse Branch CO 181 153 54 174 49 181 j Roslne lican, 88, 108 98 91 100 87 103 East Heaver Dam Gov. Holcomb nnd West Heaver Dam GO 791 In Connecticut 78 79 92 72 '88 90 94 87 52 49 44 S3 87 50 tho Republican Stato ticket were re- McIIcnry 91 131 110 117 109 115 106 123 Contcrtown elected. 47 561 56 '. . . 41 55 41 44 59 Smallhous , In Dolawaro besides electing a Re- East Fordsvlllo 58 55 152 110 5G 155 57 153 publican Senutor, a Republican Con- West Fordsvlllo 70 91 G9 71 111 11G 70 111 27 37 29 23 52 55 26 57 gressman was chosen nnd the latest Actnnvllle 54 52 4S fiS 57 55 47 50 reports say tho Republicans probab- Shrove 48 72 67 53 49 66 70 52 Olaton Legislature. ly will control tho 41 67 59 64 50 43 47 59 Huford 94 In Idaho, too, both tho Republicans Uartlett 39 G9 90 Gl 64 87 91 GO 6G 30 53 64 53 53 05 nnd Democratls are claiming victory Heflln 14 '51 2D 36 37 29 30 35 In tho gubernatorial contest, but Sen- Ccralvo 35 43 43 39 45 41 47 Point Pleasant ator Kcnyon and all cloven Repub- Narrows GO 96 Gl 71 Gl 70 72 "'i 87 lican Congressmen were S 48 42 47 43 49 45 Ralph 9 83 52 35 35 50 41 49 In Idaho tho election of the Prentiss 42 42 35 43 36 ' 39 40 43 ticket Is probablo, but Sen- Herbert 42 35 .' 50 23 23 50 24 52 ator Horad has run behind hLs par- Arnold 5 56 33 31 27 31 34 . , 31 Nu- Render ty. The race between Senntor 19 33 19 34 19 21 35 Simmons '. . gent, Democrat, nnd Gooding, the !00G 2744' 2004 2G521909 2715193224G1 Totals Republcan candidate, appeared very 529 S0GI G4SI Majorities j 738 close. tho Republican candiIn Indiana dates for. Congress cither had been BIG WAREHOUSE , elected or wore making very close GUIDE ISSUED' TO races. In Minnesota Gov. Barnqulst, ReLDCAL BOARDS QUITS BUSINESS publican, was leading In a raco. In Kentucky Gov. Stanley, Democrat, was olt'ctcd to succeed tho late New Instructions Regarding Louisville Tobacco Ware Senntor James. Classifications Are house Co. Votes To In Michigan Gov. SIcopcr nnd the Republican Stato ticket seem to have Liquidate. , Sent Out. been returned. In Nevada. Incomplete returns show Senator Henderson, Democrat, Upirls-- I 7. VrnnL'fiirt Ifv Vnv. Tbn rnnlnit liotwppn twil CrOlinS leading over Representative Roberts, i.llltn, cnrvlfri ....ki .vi jt ntnnVlinlil.i.a Martin", 11.11110 IUI the Ii.niia fni Ullll.M.J e...,v.j trlliat lia n aLI.nilUIUUIO l,i thn ,M" "" " TV- .l.U T.illfevltln " cpubllcnn, with Anno woman candidate for the Senate, classified In accordance with the se- h'acco Warehouse Company over the lectivo service regulations and liot lif o.uestion of liquidation .by a running far bohlnd. with the brief iiullcatory y of directors ut a recent 'meeting Rhode Island had n Republican sweep, electing a Senntgr and all stntenients in tho subdivisions on tho was decided in favor of tho faction first page of tho questionnaire. Theso that stood for winding up the three Republican Congressmen. are merely to ho re- - Jness nt a special meeting of share-gnrde- d In S;nith Dakota the election of tho as a guide to indicate the holders held yesterday In tho Republican ticket was claimed. subdivision of the class In poratlon's general offices at Tenth Utah's latest report was that tho to have carried which tho rgelstrant actually belongs, t an,i Main streets. Democrats appeared This instruction was mailed today j Victory In tho contest went to tho the congressional and Judicial conby Maj. Henry F. Rhodes, chief of element by a majority tests. In Vermont, tho Republicans re- selective service in Kentucky, , to nllVoto equaling nlmost four to one. A or lb.y-'- -l snares wns vuieu u ivoiuuuk-.tained control of tho Stato and re- tjic local uoarus-ioccasion for this Instruction Is that both sides, and- - of this number tho turned Republicans to Congress Wyoming results wcro very slow-I- ninny of tho questionnaires wore liquidation crowd received 12,030, as coming' in with Senator Warren nrinted beforo tho last draft law was compared to 3,294 sharesast for the result! side that opposed tho idea of liquiland cprcsentatlvo Mondell, Repub- passed by Congress and as a thero Is a conflict between some of dation. licans, leading. Will Dispose of Assets. In West Virginia Davis Elkhis, Re- the provisions of the statute and tho A committee consisting of J. C. publican, wns elected to tho .Sennte. questionnaire. For tho present the Involuntary in llrlght, H. t. Larinioro and Laban of In "Wisconsin tho Republican, was clalm-c- d. duction 6f registrants of the Septem Phelps was appointed by the shareGov. Phillipp, ber, 1918, class shall bo construed to holders with instructions to dispose Pennsylvania the Republican Inc'ludo only registrants who wero of all assets available, consisting of In State ticket wns overwhelmingly on Sopteniber 12, 1918, between tho tobacco stocks on hand, real estate ages of 19 and 36. In the Induction .mill buildings and transportation elected. Republican nntlonnl headquarters of men into tho army the ago of tho equipment, and arrange for tho reto tlrement of outstanding stock with issued n btnteinent early this after-Uioo- n reglstrnnt shull ba construed tho nroceeds of the sale. claiming a majority of at least mean the nga on September 12 The following changes will bo The comrtiitteo now is in full and possibly bIx in tho United jllvo made to accord with tho order of tho, chargo of the business, nnd It Is unStates Senate. of agriculture changing derstood It will begin laying plans Figures nt hnnd nt noon statement said, designntions of cortaln Hold olilcors at onco' for n conversion of the astho headquartors Agriculture to sets Into cash. shewed gains of ono seat In each of of the Department of To Close Out lluslncss. New fllo nnd npprovo atlldavlts for deferfollowing eight States: tho This decision of tho shareholders Hampshire, Dclnwnro, Illinois. Kan-'sa- s, ment of government employes In tho Idaho, Colorado, Missouri and field sorvico of that department. In yesterday menus that tho Louisville of Tobacco Warehouse Company, which Montana. With tho loss of ono seat lieu of tho text under "Hureau !ln Massachusetts, uccordlng to tho Animal Industry" substitute tho fol- a few years ago maintained tho largstatement, tho Republicans would lowing, "John R. Mohler, chief, or est tobacco breaks In tho South, virchief, II. H. tually Is no more, and this In spite have a.total of 81 and tho Democrats In tho absenco of tho was claimed, n Rawl. nctlng chief." In lieu of tho of tho fuel that tho full tobacco sea 45. In addition, It strong probability existed that tho text under "Forest Sorvico" substl son Is nt hand. The committee Graves," i wIl,,ijnK u Ul0 business, of courso, Senators from Kentucky and Nevada, tuto tho following,"IlenryS. for I will not purchuse or handle any more which States wero In doubt, ulso forester, or in the absenco of tho nctlng forester; tobacco on the breaks horo for tho ester, Albert Potter, would bo Republicans. under Division of Publication for Manners out In tho Stato, and there m Joseph A. Arnold substitute Edw. II. fore Loulsvlllo'B great tobacco marMADE A COLONEL. Held. In llou of tho text under "Of-flc- o ket, with tho oxcoptlon of n small bo of Farm Management" substi- volume of business which will Judgo nnd Mrs. James' Montgomtute E. H. Thomson. carried on by a few Independents, Is ery, of Ellznbcthtown, hnvo received . gone unless some big syndlcuto Is notice that their son, John C. MontKUKItl.NDKK HUMOUS. formed at onco to tnko over tho waregomery, one of Gonoral Liggett's staff house!, and Invest now capital to boen signally officers on Franco, has ' press, continue, At tho hour ot going to honored for bravory on tho Hold of yostcrdny was Tho contest decided battle. A report of his action was bulletins wero posted In all tho cities announced between ructions of directors and road beforo his regiment, and ho was saying that dispatches by President David promoted to tho rank of Colonol. that Germuny had uccoptod peaco stockholders led thlrty-sl- n ono dispatch stated A. Kollor and Secretary Hrown C. terms, though Col. Montgomery is only hand und years old and Is a gruduato of West that donlal of that fact hud been Crawford on tho ono und Phelps Pershing. At any Messrs. Hright, Larinioro Point. Col. Montgomery is a nophow made by General of Judgo R. W. Slack, and his wife rato, thero is something 'doing of on tio other. Is a daughter of Gon. Fltzhugh Loo. much moment and importanco and 'THE OLD CHEW. tho greuter probability is that hoforo is In our readers hands poaco this FOR SALE. For n goodly number of years tho will ho restored to this battle-scarre- d y men train crews on tho Owensboro brunch average GO world and millions of IS good shoats. Will saw may drop tho Implements of death of tho Illinois Central rallpud pounds'. rolling-stoc- k from their tired hands for u time at fow changes, and tho E. ASHHV, W. boys were known to every man, least. Centertowu, Ky. 1914 , majorl-accordanco cor-prdp- er CO r,s 154 141 100 137 59 117 49 90 101 88 87 94 31 46 47 54 159 150 100 140 G2 8G 152 10G 120 11 144 7G 122 52 92 66 74 90 20 89 31 68 52 14 54 80 85 82 69 G9 ijtotal n wnr-woar- woman nnd child and to most ofttho dogs along the line. Hut Inter, the WIFE AND MOTHER ON old gang scattered to the four winds of tho earth, and wo had lost track THE PARTISAN APPEAL of them until a few nights ago, seeing one of the old veterans bnck on tho run, wo inquired about tho remainder of tho crows that so long Nebraska Woman With Hus worked together. It has occurred to band And Son in France us that many other people living along tho line would feel tho same In Replies. terest In tho matter that we did, so hero Is tho whereabouts of the mem bers, who were In tho Service from f Tho following telegram, sent to about tho beginning of the present contury until about 19.12. Hob Moore, President Wilson by a Nebraska In, tho Sunday whom woman, appeared tho passenger copductor, everybody loved and laughed with, morning Issue of tho Omaha Beor "Omaha, Nov. 1, 191,8. My Dear has turned agriculturist, and owns a fine farm on the river, Just abovo Mr. President: Tho papers contain Owensboro. Henry Vitteto, tho freight your nppeal, asking people to support conductor, who could move trains you by voting only for Democrats at and handlo freight faster than any tho coming election so you may bo by Republicans other conductor who over gave the 'unembarrassed' signal on tho branch lino, whoso loyalty you question. You ad'Go ahead" which Is foreman ofa switching crew, for dress 'My tho Texas road at Owensboro. Jock I take it includes mo, though I am a Thixton, who swung tho flagman's woman, and I take it on myself to lantern first under Capt. Riley and speak for my husband and my son, later under Bob Moore, is with a who are both wearing tho uniform, switching crew in Indianapolis, Indi and can not answer your letter except ana. Pate, I have forgotten his other as they are answering it 'over there.' "That you may know ours is not name, but everybody knew Pate, "is in St. Louis. John Smith, a paper patriotism I give you theso railroadng I own and personally who will bo remembered for his much simple facts: speaking and being always In a hurry, operate a large hospital. At the outhas a run out of Monett, Missouri. break of tho war L tendered "the hosGeorge Arnold, longest in the service pital, with all its equipment, facililino ties and nurses, to the government. anil without whom a branch train hasn't looked natural for a My son volunteered 'and has been for number of years, has been off aluty months in the big drive In France. since last spring, on account of poor My husband wns a surgeon with an health, has improved recently, nnd extensive practice. Ho was past the hopes to bo pulling tho bell cord on draft age, but when tho call camo ho the branch lino passenger train before gladly gavo up his business and is ninny moons. And last, but not now on his way to Franco in chargo as of a base hospital. least, Ernest Hrown, known Bought Bonds Liberally. , "Brownie," after railroading for a number of years In the west, Is again "When tho Liberty loan campaign flagging on tho Owensboro and H. was on he directed me to buy all tho Branch run. We were about to for bonds his credit would stand and wo get to mention that Bill Recd.Avho subscribed cheerfully and liberally to has been pulling an engine on tho tho Red Cross and Y. M. C. A. To branch line since the memory of man make sure ray Husband and my sou runneth not to the contrary, still might bo 'unembarrassed' In fighting has' his hand on tho throttle ot tho for our country I gave up my houso passenger engine. and am living at ray hospital, which Incidentally has furnished for service eight of Its staff and more than twenFOURTH LIBERTY' J.OAX. ty nurses. "Do you think, Mr. President, it is Tho Fourth Liberty Loan went over with a whoop. The total sold no sacrifice for a woman to give up amounted to nearly seven billions of her home and all that Is near and dollars. Somo popular anxiety was dear to her? "Can you be surprised, then, that elt In tho last days of the drive, when tho end approached and the goal was I am dumb with astonishment at nd In sight, but It is apparent now your letter, which wouId have mo that the big financial interests wait- ueneve tnai it is uisgracerui and dised for as much of the loan as possible loyal to vote for a Republican? A.hUm Somo Questions. to be taken by the public, and then t came down with the big sum that my hucband and son are good "It shot away ovor tho goal. Ohio enough patriots to fight tho battles county did splendidly, subscribing of their country and risk their lives more than fifty thousand abovo its for us who stay at home would they. quota". Tho alacrity With which tho If one were a candidate f on Congress, theso enormous bo Jess patriotic and less, to bo trustcountry absorbes bond issues shows the splendid finan- ed because they are Republicans? If cial condition of tho country. Until I lived in n State where I could voto we got Into the war a little more would I bo manifesting a disloyalty than a year ago tho United States that would embarrass you If I voted yas garnering tho wealth of tho for my husband as a Republican, world, and when tho test camo was believing ho could servo his country to finance the war. as well nt Washington as In Franco? mw "Inasmuch as tho men I most love RATIONED FOR FIVE are fighting ut tho front do you wonWAYS BY AIRPLANE der that I am disturbed by your appeal? Is it strange that ,1 want to Special to Tho Courier Journal knnw what is tho nintter with them; Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 4. How the that 1 want to know if they aro not 100 per cent for Uncle Sam? "lost battalion" in tho Forest of was fed by the niodorn sub"I thought you asked us a littlo stitute for tho biblical raven was whllu ago to forgot politics and think told, prehaps for tho first tlmo, by only of winning the war. How, thou, r T. Nooe, pastor ot tho do you now usk us to .forgot what you tho First Christian church, who has just then said and follow your" orders in returned from a six months' "hitch" politics? In all candor, Mr. President, I ask you, aro you playing with tho V. M. C. A. overseas. Ho said jio was In a hut bohlnd tho fair?" ".MARGARET A. HENRY." lines In that region ono Sundny when' u Lloutenant ontered a nil asked the WAR PRICE PUMPKINS. attendant for somo cigarettes and , chocolate. He said u battalion ,of Now York . Nothing wo huvo heard In the way troops had been cut off and practical- of war prices has quite reached tho record mudo for pumpkins, at Narly surrounded by the Huns In tho und they woro sending them rows, u short tlmo ago. O. P.'Wlllls, who will buy anything from a horso supplies by tho nir. They wunted to send them choco- hide to a second hand saw mill, got late and cigarettes, and they woro Into tho market for u limited supply furnished, and every day for tho five of pumpkins just n few for family days until tho battalion wus rescued, use. Tarlton Loyd, a fanner who an ulrplnno dropped them their sup- raises everything from timothy hay to plies, Including a ration lit cigarettes gooblo pea3, had pumpkins for salo. and chocolato from tho Y. M. C. A. Neither Willis nor Loyd had seen recent quotations of tho pumpkin market, but after much quibbling about WEDS. OCTOGENAIAX . prices Willis agreed to pay Loyd a cent u pound for tho product, Loyd D. S. Uulo and Mrs. M. A. Dr. both of Fordsvlllo, woro ntnrrled delivered three pumpkins thut wolgh-e- d out ono dollar and twonty-ono by Judgo Cook, at tho Court house', years cents worth. Loyd, amazed at tho Saturday. The groom Is 83 schemo ho had workold und n well known physician, who has practiced medlcino nt Fordsvlllo ed on Willis, gave him a robato ot cents. If a fellow wants for many years. The brido is only twonty-on- o days of a fight now all ho has to do to get It, Doctor's May tfto 52. wedded happness bo happy, if, not so nudjo get It quick, Is to of for to sell Willis pumpkins. overly long In tho land. Fellow-countrymewell-preparAr-gonRcv.-Rogee. Ma-lon- o, , which threatens tho security of tho tho men who wcro nearest to tho enMAY RECOGNIZE Allies. trance. Tho other men lay In heaps j I hcar.d a "Eighth Frco uso by allied ships around and partly on me. of nil ports nnd nnchorngos now In ARARAT NA1 YANK SOLDIERS hissing sound for a short while. Then j It stopped but started again. During Turkish occupation nnd denial of tholr uso by tho enemy. Simitar conthis time tho men wore shrloklng and ditions nro to npply to Turkish merwrithing. Tho flame reached right Senator Poindexter Presents back to whore I was. My overcoat Besides dying for his yountry, honor with tho bravest soldier, for cantile shipping in Turkish waters Kansas Congressman St and tunic 'caught fire. Hy this time Lieut. Qucntln Ilooscvclt may bo said she has gladly gono down to the for tho purposes of trado nnd tho deMove Toward Armenk Indisputable Evidence all tho men were on tho ground. to have loft an Imperishable message, j brink of tho chasm of darkness to mobilization of the army. Republic. Fact. Of. "Ninth Allied occupation of tho Tho soldier added that he managed for such is tho interpretation placed bring back tho children In whose up tho slope and get away. upon tho editorial written by Colonel hands rests tho futuro of tho years. Taurus tunnel system. to crawl "Another soldier related how an of- - Koosovolt, his father, in tho October Hut tho mother, nnd far morn tbn "Tenth Immediate withdrawn! of Louisville Herald. Washington, Nov. 2. Have the fleer .wounded In the head and foot, "Metropolitan " As purely literary fnther, who flinch from tho vitnl task Turkish troops from Northern Persia Nov, 2 Washington, On Huns crucified Amerlcnn soldiers? nnd t four other wounded and three expression the Colonel has perhaps jearn tho scorn visited on tho soldier to behind tho pre-wa- r frontier already has been ordered and wilt bo mountain where Noah decended ti That they have done so Is emphatic unwounded'men, Including himself, . rareiy risen higher, nnd so, In a liter-'wh- o flinches In battlo. And tho In nn old trench when two Gor- - ary SOnso, too, his effort, as tho con- - Hon shodld by action mark its nttl-matho nrk and defied the wators wi carried out. ally asserted by Senator Miles Poina appeared and used liquid fire. tcnt covered tho earth, today a sturdy 1,13 message, Is "The Great tudo nllko toward tho fighter In wnr . "Eleventh A part of dexter, of Washington state, who has already has been ordered to bo plo stantls defying the T rim to (It submitted to the Senate detailed evi- One of tho Germans, revolver In Adventure." Only theso nro fit to nnd toward tho child-bearIn peace ovneuted by Turkish troops. Tho re- them off. dence of the crucifixion of an Ohio hand, ordered the Englishmen to Rot nVe." ho writes, "who do not fear to 'and war. Tho vital need of tho Mt. Ararat Is tho center of a Chi to the German line. Tho nar-,n- e. num. aM,i nono aro nt to dlo who hnvo'tlon Is that Its men nnd women of mainder to bo evacuated if required ear sj,nmk from tho Joy of life and tho tho futuro shall bo tho sons nnd by the Allies after they havo studied tlan republic, inhabited by seve Tho text of the letter which Sena rator said his hands anil-rig- ht Threo of tho party ,luty of ntoy ms words nro not on- - daughters of tho soldiers of the tho situation. million Armenians. tor rolndcxtcr has received confirm wore burned. us ircouom nns uecu nrgunizcii ing the crucifixion of this man has miinngod to escape nnd reach the iy "Twelfth Wireless, telegraph and interpretation of the soul of present. Excuse no man from going been innilo public. The letter is from British line, but the Germans either itno soldier, but they are a revelation 'to war because he is married, but nut cable stations to bo controlled by tho tho Turks, tho unspeakable oppj Dr. 1 II. Jloword, of St. Louis, who must have suffocated or burned nil ,0 tne hearts of thoao who are innk - 'nll unmarried men nbovo a fixed ago Allies, Turkish Government mes- sors, who for a hundred ccntufl have tortured Its people, nnd byj wrote to Senator Poindexter as fol- the five wounded 'men, as nothing ing an equal sacrlflco In seeing their nt the hardest and most dangcrour sages to bo excepted. Prohibition against Germans. further had been heard from them." best boloved going to fight and per- - tasks, and provide amply for the "Thirteenth lows: Resolution Introduced. Senator Poindexter, who Introduc - ina,)s t0 (10i nlIfl tn0 tnt, sacr!ii ce as 'children, of soldiers so as to give the destruction of any nnval, military "In regard to atrocities reported by me, I reported to tho headquarters cd this evidence of atrocities in tho a part of the proof of tho fitness to their wives tho assurance of material or commercial material. In the hohalf that America nnd J "Fourteenth Facilities nro to bo allies, should encourage nil uatiof of Now York of having met A. C. Senate, is one of the most vigorous live. Tho Colonel proceeds: safety. given for tho purchaso of coal, oil their ambition to bo fro- ''o.iji Colo, 49 Prospect street, East Liver- advocates of "Unconditional surren "Doth life nnd death are parts of pool, Ohio, at the Hotel D' Strnss-bur- der" as tho only basis on which tho the same Great Adventure. "In such a matter one can, only fuel nnd nnval material from Turkish. mull, Kdwurd C. Little, of KJ Never to and ho told me of finding his United States will consent to deal f wn s a country worth living In un speak In general terms. At this mo sources nftcr tho requirements of the City, Kan., has introduced brother, Sorgt. A. I). Cole, crucified with tho German government. were of ment there nro hundreds of thousands country have been met. Nono of House the following resolution less Its sons and daughters m by tho Uhlans, July 21, 1015, at tho "That tho Auiiiricnn people nr that stem stuff which bade them dlo of gallant men eating out their hearts the above materials aro to bo extitled to bo n freo and indcpenl battle of Ypres. Surgeons agree that in cases of for jt nt need; and never yet was a 'because tho privilege of facing death ported. Has Signed Statement. "Fifteenth Tho surrender of all nation, with nccess to tho sea Cuts, Durns, Hrulses and Wounds the country worth dying for unless Its in battle is denied them. So there "A. C. Cole is a member of the first treatment Is the most Impor sons and daughters thought of life aro Innumerable women nnd men Turkish officers in Trlpolltaiila and with opportunity to develop all First Canadian Tunneling Company, tant. When an efficient antiseptic Is not as something, concerned only whose undeserved misfortune It is Cyrennlca to tho nearest Italian gar- resources of the region trnv ipM and was on furlough In Paris at tho applied promptly, there Is no danger with the selfish evanescence of the in- that they hnvo no children, or but rison. Turkey agrees to stop sup- and scctiro all the advantage.) c' tl time. I have his signed statement of of Infection and the wound begins to dividual, but as a link In tho great one rhlld. These soldiers, denied the plies and communication with ihe.se Christian civllntlon for which tl the above act, as well as that of Fred heal at once. For use on man orjci,an of creation and causation, so perilous honor they seek, these men officers if they do not oboy tho order have endured mnrtyrdom for a thj sand years, and tho republic of Ar. A. Robinson, Cayuga, Ind., of the beast, Horozone Is the Ideal antiseptic rthnt each person is seen lu his truo and women, heart-hungr- y for tho to surrender. CSth Infantry, .Canada, who was n jan,i healing agent. Iluy It now and bo relations as an essential part of the children of their longing dreams, nre "Sixteenth Tho surrender of nil should ho given universal rccognltl personal witness to the above. I ready for an emergency. of Price 2Gc, whole, whose life must lie made to an worthy of honor as tho men who garrisons in HedJnz, Asslr, Yemen, ns 0110 ol tho have also Interviewed five different 50c and $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by serve the larger and continuing life are warriors in fact, as tho women Syria and Mesopotamia to the nearest earth. Congressman Little, wh was ('ipl members of tho First Canadian Tun- Ohio County Drug Co. m of the whole. Therefore it is that whoso children nro of flesh and blood. allied commander, and witlitlrnwal of neling Company in Paris who testiTurkish troops from Cillcia, except mane agent to Kgypt a number the man who is not willing to die. If the only son who is killed nt the fied to tho above atrocity. and tho woman who is not willing to front has no brother because his those necessary to maintain order, years ngo, Is probably tho best GIRLS 11KCOMK "A personal feeling that any well STATE CHATTELS send her man to die, in a war for a parents coldly dreaded to play their as will be determined under Clause formed authority on Armenian nfnl In tho Fulled States. Ho has made authenticated atrocity should be great cause,saro not worthy to live. part in the Great Athcuturc of Life, fi. "Seventeenth Tho uso of all ships close study of tbn pcrlc and thi known by the American people was our sorrow is not for them, but London Oct. 30. Russian maidens Therefore it is that tho man and, then country for 25 years or more, nnd my reason for mentioning them on under the Jurisdiction of certain pro- woman who in peace time fear or solely for the son who himself dared and repair facilities at all Turkish Is In close touch my return to America." with Arui'niluiis ho Ignore the primary and vital duties the Great Adventure of Death. If ports and arsenals. vincial Bolshevik Soviets become the "Eighteenth In submitting thisjettcr to the Sen- "property of surrender of abroad and in Anierlct the state" when they and the high happiness of family life, however, he is the only sou because all ports occupiedTho Trlpolltaiila In Want V. S. Troop" 'lent. ate, Senator Poindexter also present- reach the age of IS years and are 'who dare not beget and bear and tho Unseen Powers denied others to mid Ho wants tho 1'nltcd St He , to . ed a telegram from Montreal detail- compelled to register at a Govern-- j rear the life that is to last when they tho love of his father and mother, Cyrennlca, Including Mlsurnta, to the ing gross outrages on Urltish prison- ment 100,000 American troops to Am 11 "bureau of free love," according are In their graves, have broken the then we mourn doubly with them be- nearest allied garrison.. ers and wounded men committed, by to "Nineteenth All Germans and to help drive tho Turks back into up to the the Official Gazette of the Vladl- - chain of creation, and have shown cause their darling went the Germans last March. The tele- mir Soviet of Workers and Soldier's j that they are unfit for companionship sword of Azrael, because he drank Austrtnns, naval, military or civilian, Anatolia and assure ho lepiibllc; plnco anion j huiepei gram came from London via Montreal Deputles, which recently published) with the souls ready for the Great tho dark drink proffered by the Deatli to bo ovneuted within one month Ararat a freo and says in part: from 'I urkish dominations, and those ent nations. Angel 'Adventure. Soviet's decree on U;e subject. that "A private of the Royal Highland"If wo had sent that, army tlu "In America today all our people In remote districts as soon after that Under the decree, a woman having "The wife of a fighting soldier at tho Suez Canal last spring," ho said ers tells how ho and a number of registered, "has the right to choose are summoned to service and sacri- time as may be possible. the front recently wrote as follows to nn Interview "they would be In Hz Compliance "Twentieth comrades consisting of one officer fronij among men between 19 and 50, tho a gallant boy, at fice, prldo is tho portion only of such orders ns may be conveyed wjth urn and Baku aw. nnd (hero and fifteen men, ten of whom were a cohabit husband." The consent of 'the mother of fought In high wholike those who know Idtter sorrow for wol tut front had air wounded, were compelled to surren- the man choosen is not necessary, all of us who give service and stand the disposal of equipment, arms nnd not bo a Turkish soldier left In Mc the eagle, and, like an eagle, fighting ammunition, including the transport po'tamia, Palestine, Syria or Arn der near Monchy, March 2S. They men chosen have no right to make an ready for sacrifice are the had died: 'I write these few lines wero lined up in the original front any protest. "An army of nearly 100,000, We run with tho torchoi until of that portion of the Turkish army not of condolence, for who would line trench and after some time a we fall, content If wo can tha t;fs which is demobilized under clause 5. mcnlnns, every soldier of tlieiuj A similar privilege of choosing dare lo pity you? but of deepest "Twenty-firs- t spired by his munition to make German officer and two men appear- from among An allied representhe registered "women is sympathy to you and y,ours as you them to the hands of oilier runners. ed. One of tho men under prders of given every man between 'ID Tho torches whose llnme is brightest tative to bo attached to tho Turkish country forever frco.has been figli and 50, stand the officer turned a stream of liquid "without the consent of the women." earthly In .the shadow which is tho are born by the gallant men' at the Ministry of Supplies In order to safe- tho Turks for threo yenrs, and' side of those clouds opglorj lire straight down the trcn.ch In which actually succeded In making tho women guard allied Interests. This rep This provision is described as "in the in which your son's life has Just pass- trout and by the gallant to be furnished with- nil aid tun recognize their nation us auf the Britishers were standing, and not- interest of the state." Many will envy you that when whoso husbands and lovers, whose .necessary ed. withstanding the fact that they wero dependent republic for the purpose. Opportunity for choosing husbands Sacrifice you wero sons nnd brothers are at the front. "Twenty-secon- d unarmed, continued to spray 'them and wives is to be presented onco the call to among came paupers "A little army of 10,000 Arml Turkish prison-er- a not" found to These men aro high of soul as they tho are to be kept at tho disposal of Inns, led by General Bngrailouni, vJ for six or seven minutes. The pri- i each month the decree stated. Child d face their death on the vate testified that he and a few of ren born of such marriages are to be- whom no gift of life worth offering earth or in the sMcs above or lu tho allied powers. Tho release of was chief of staff in Kcrcnskj's urij had been intrusted. They are the his comrades who were able to movo come tho "property waters beneath, and no less high of Turkish civilian prisoners and pris- lias duplicated the feat of tho CzecB of the state." ones to be pitied; not we whoso dearscrambled down to a communication Stringent rules and penalities soul are tho women with torn hearts oners over military age Is to bo con- Slovaks lu Siberia, and fought are way through tho Tartar hordes trench afid got over the top and back laid down for the protection of the est are jeoparding their lives unto and shining eyes, tho girls whose boy sidered. tho death in the high places of tho "Twenty-thir- d into tho British lines. An obligation on Southern Russia to Baku, tho famed lovers havo been struck down In their girls less than IS. I hope my two sons will live field. Soldiers HuriuMl All.c. "d the mothers and the part of Tin key to ceaso all rela- oil city. They held tho city untill The decree further states that It as "worthily anil die as greatly as did 0,,,ea month ngo, when tlio Turkish rcu "Another private testified that ho has been based on the "excellent" yours.' to whom word bus been tions with tho Central Powers. .wives ' "Twenty-fourt- h -- nd In enso of disor- Iar.s camo to tho rescue of tho Tnrta other prisoners were marched example of similar decrees already spoke ono dauntless soul to ,)r,uht t,,"t l'ctf'rt!i they must "There down a trench to an emplacement Issued der in tho six Armenian vilayets tho und druvo them out, together wi at Luga. Kolpln and other another! America is safe while her walk In the shadow." about six feet deep and nine feet wide places. A Allies reserve to themselves the right P., 000 British soldiers who had cob similar "project of pro- daughters are of this kind; for their up from Bagdad. to occupy any part of them. , nnd from nine to twelve feet long, visional rights on Regulate tho bowels when they fall connection with lovers and their sons can not fall as anil, while tightly packed in the "Twenty-fift- h "It was loudly heralded that th( Hostilities between the socialization of women in the city long as beside the hearthstones stand to move properly. Iterblne is an adtwo Germans, one of whom of Khvelinslc vicinity" has been such wives and mothers. And wo mirable bowel regulator. It helps rtho Allies nnd Turkey shall ceaso British had occupied Baku; hut tl: and from noon, local time, Thursday, the had merely Joined the Armenia, carried a revolver and deemed to be published In the Gazette of tho Work have many, many such women; nnd tho liver and stomach and restores a an officer appeared. of October, 1318." who wcro already in possession T, The other man ers and Soldiers' Deputies of that city. fine feeling of strength and buoyancy. .list their men aro like unto them. had a cylinder on his back and atArnioiilnn army is now holding Ii it Prlco GOc. Sold by Ohio County Drug van, a modern city of 10,000 pool tached to It was a flexible pipe. $100 Reward, $100 Greatly Benefited lj Cliaiubetlalii'.s "No nation caa bo great unless in Co. "Just as ho reached tho entrance to -The leaders of this naner mill ha tlio present capital of tho Ararat j Tablets. sons and daughters have In them the pleased to learn that there Is at least public. tho enclosure.' said tho soldier, reone dreaded disease that science has "I am thankful for the good I have quality to rise level to tho needs of ti: J.MS OF AK.MISTICH ferring to tho man with the cylinder "This republic not moro than ' been able to euro In all Its stages and GRANTIM) TO Tl'RKHV on Jiis back, a flaniO spurted out In received by using Chamberlain's Tab- heroic days. No army was over groat that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly miles long by l!i0 miles wide, lets. About two years ago when I unless Its soldiers possessed tho fightInfluenced by constitutional conditions Turks have recognized us tho rei it stream from tho pipe and caught connlltutlon.il treatment. began, taking them I was suffering ing edge. So likewise tho citizenship London. Nov. 1. Tho terms of rcqu'res Medicine Is taken InternallyHall's lie of Ararat, because they del Catarrh nnd a great deal from distress after eat- of any country is worthless unless in the armistice granted by tho allied acts thru tho Illood on the SIucouh Sur- wish to glvo It tho name of Arml face of the Sjstem thereby destroying ing, and from headache and a tired, a crisis it shows the spirit fo two mil- powers to Turkey follow: tho foundation of tlio disease, giving tho and so recognize tho Armenian languid feeling due to Indigestion lion Americans who in this mighty "First The opening of the Dar- patient strength bv buildlm: up the con- But when tho Turk's power over ami nsslsMiiK doing its and a torpid Iher. Chamberlain's war havo eagerly caino forward to danelles ami tho Bosporus and ac- stitution Tho proprietorsnature in so much pressed nations Is gone, Armenia;, work. have Tablets corrected tlie.se disorders in a serve under tho banner of tho stars, cess 'to tho Black Sea. Allied oc- fnith In the curative powers of Hnll's tako its own name. Cunrrh Medicine offer One short time, nnd since taking two atluat and ashore and of tho other cupation of tho Dardanelles and Bos- Hundred Dollars forthat thev that it fulls any rase "It will embrace territory as la to cure Send lor lint of testimonials. bottles of them my health has been millions who would now he beside porus forts. ; Address F. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo. as Pruncu, extending from tho Ged Ohio. Sold hy all Druggist, '5c. good," writes Mrs. M. P. Harwond, them overseas if the chance had been "Second Tho positions of all Ian republic, in tho Caucasus, to By E. Auburn, Now York. m given them; and yet such spirit will mlno fields, torpedo tubes and other Mediterranean at Meslmi, und us mm in tho long nip avail nothing unless obstructions In Turkish waters are lUKTItllU'TlOX OK oast us 1110 hordor of I'ersla. It 1 KMTTHI) GOODS Include In tho years of peace the averago man to be Indicated and assistance given Sl'ITKHIXG OK SERBIA GHAT tho important port of Trl Winona, Minn." 1 suttcred for moro to sweep or remove them, as may bo and average woman or tho izoud on the Black Son, and probal than a year from nervousness, and wa Hod Cross chapter workers . thru typo realize that tho. highest required. Pails. Nov. 2. Women lu Serbia so uaa 1 couiu not v liaicu on tnu CnsplMii. rest nt night frequently have to stuntl lu lino from of all duties, tho one essential duty. "Third All available informa- out tho country had boon requested bu its cupltal. It will bo wcruui the domlr would iio awake and :: o'clock in the morning until 9 Is tho duty of perpetuating tho family tion concerning mines in tho Black to discontinue tho direct distribution ting uutlon of Asia Minor, for .get so nervous I to drafted men of knitted articles people nro Sou is to bo communicated. tho most Intelligent ai would huvo to get o'clock to get the pound of flour al- life, based on the mutual love and respect of the one man and tho one "Fourth All allied prisoners of mado from materials provided by tho business-lik- e up and walk around lotted 'them. in tho Orient." und in the morning Tills oxample of Serbian distress is woman and on their purpose 'to rear war nnd Armenians interned in pri lied Cross. Tho limited supply of mm yurn and the necessity of preventing would bo all tired given by Mine. Vesnich, wlfo of tho tho healthy and d children sons nnd prisoners aro to ho collectout. I read ulout duplications in tho distribution of tho Lydia 13, Pinkham's Serbian minister to Fruncfi. It is whoso coming into lifo menus that tho ed In Constantinople and handed over articles is responsiblo for tho suggesVogotablo Com- - just one of tho pictures she has drawn family, and therefore tho nation, shall unconditionally to tho Allies.- "Kith iiuincdluto demobilization tion. Tho yam on hand, it is pointed For Infants and Children Found and thought ii) her tireless nffort to obtulu relief contlnuo In life and shull not end lu u try it. My for tho sufferers of her country. of tho Turkish army, except such out, is sufficient to provide for tho sterile deatli." nervousness soon In Use For Over Year j With tho Implicit duty to din for troops as aro required for hiirvellU requirements of tho forolgn rollof "People of other nations can not left mn. I kIiiti unco on the frontiers nnd for tho and military rollof departments of Always bears country which accompanies all'titl-zoitHhiwell and feel fine in tho morning and concolvo of tho great difficulties Sorb-luthe tho lied Cross. Representatives of uuio u oo my woric. .,.: giauiy recom tho Colonel rates tho other maintenance of Internal order. havo lu food," i . T...H 'n nV "'. Vesnicl, said, procuring clothing Mine. duty to provido tho men upon whom number of effectives and their Tho tho latter department, attached to all Signature they "and for v n tun laiiva uvom'uuiiu intuitu to bo determined later by tho camps and cantonments, will distristrong." Mrs. Alueut Sultzi:, C03 aro entirely dependant upon tho kind tho burden is laid. And hero again d ho rovorts to his ness of tho Allies. doc Allies after consultation with the bute the knitted articles among tho About Croupe, uimsioau St., Winona, Minn. soldiers from now 011. How often do wo hear the expression . Turkish Government. If your children aro subject "The Germans permitted the Sorb-lau- s trine of tho family: ' among women, "I am so nervous, 1 cancroupe, or "Sixth Tho surrender of all wnr "Unless men aro willing to fight you havo reason to fo to receive help throughout tho not sleep," or "it seems as though I Irregular bowel movements lend lo their being if But tho and dlo for great ideals, Including vessols in Turkish waters and waters attacked hy this diseaj bliouid fly. " Such women should profit occupation of tho country. by Mrs. Sultze's experieuco and givo Bulgarians made much opposition lovo of country, Ideals will vanish, occupied by Turkoy. Theso ships will chronic constipation and a constipat- you should procure a bottlo of dial this famous root und herb remedy, und things have been In n very bad and tho world will become 0110 lingo ho Interned in such Turkish port or ed liublt fills tho system with Impuri- borliiln's Cough Homed)? nnLJi Lydia E. Pinkhum'a Vegetablo Com- way. However, all tho shipments of ty of inatorlallsm. 'And unless tho ports as may bo directed, except such ties. Herblno is n grout bowel regu- tho directions for uso, so that lirJ pound, a trial. For forty years it has been overcom- clothing wo havo1 sent havo gono women of Ideals bring forth tho men small vessols as aro required for lator. It purifies tho system, vita- of an attack you will know oxa who aro ready thus to live and dlo, jHco and slinllur purposes in Turkish what course to pursuo. This la ing Buch serious conditions us displacelizes tho blood and puts tho digestive fuvorito ments, inflammation, ulceration, irregMine. Vosnlchuid Serbians uie re- - tho world of tho futuro will be filled territorial waters, and vory successful rouil ularities, periodic pains, buckaclio, diz- luctunt to call for help, but that "Soveuth The allies to havo tho organs In lino vigorous condition. for croupo, and it Is vory Import tholr hy tho spawn of tho unfit. Alono of ziness, nnd nervous prostration of .. . . .... ..1 i. wise Iht to occupy any strategic points l'rlco CO cents. Sold by Ohio Drug linn juii unserve tno uirccupi ea women, and is now considsre d tho stan- very silence was proof that their nils- - human beings the good und ery was keen. 111 fully. mother stands on a plane of equal, 'M" tha event of any situation arising Co, dard remedy for such nilrm Hi. HUNS CRUCIFY Roosevelt's Idee, of Duty, Life and Death i nn-wc- trans-Cnu-cnsl- er 11 na-ba- J - g, I govi-riifiert- s 1 11 torch-bearer- s. - shell-shattere- ". - WOMAN'S NERVES MADE STflONO Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. duty-performi- fino-soulo- CASTORl 30 ns p, WrJXr? "lal,reB" 1 often-preuchc- , , by others, unless thoy nro first thor11 docs does not belong to England. oughly washed In boiling water. This BOCIIE LEAOER not bolong to Oormnny. No man has applies to tho homo ns wcll'ns tho r,B,,t t0 fnr,',,l-'uiotho- r mnn to HEFT IP flllTUMTTrn 'n SHIPPED public restaurant nbd soda water ; vND FIGHTING 10 IJU I WI I I LU trnvot ,m tllc p",,llc roiltl or t0 mal0 fountain. U dnngsrous for him to oerclso this 'I. One should avoid placing Into right of tnn.'l. No nntlon hns a tho mouth pipes, cigar holders, pan-el- ls right to forlJId peaceahlo citizens of Accepts Terms That Leave or toys which have been used by LudcndorfF In Own Order n neutral nation to trnvei on the high others. Admits He Was Made sens or make It dangorous for them Allies Free Hand 1. Avoid placing tho lips agnlnst to exercise this right. Sis Years Ago, Thinking She Migbt Die, Says Texas Lady, But How Goat. In End. tho mouthpiece of. a telephone, par In spltu of the war thcreforo any ticularly n public telephone; In tho She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For American had n right to sail the seas case of children, kissing should bo on a Hritish. merchant ship without Her Recovery. Washington, Nov. i. Term b of avoided. Paris, Nov. 2. A German order, having Germany endanger his life, Ii. Do not uko tho towel, napkin, signed by General von Ludcndorff, or to sail on n German nrmlHtlco uiulor which tho land and merchant Hca forces (if what onco whh tho or other kinds of table or bed linen which has fallen Into French hands, vessel without having Great Hrltaln Hoyeo City, Ter. Mrs. Mary tho better. That was els years ago empire liavo laid which have been used by another contains tho first direct admission by endanger his life. Consequently, our of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a vrelL person, unless they have been boiled himself that ha was outwitted by Government told Germany (February down their nrniH wore announced strong woman, nnd I owo my life to by tho lattcr's 10, 1 0 1 r. ) thnt If she caused tho loss birth of ay littlo girl.'.. my side comGeneral Gouraud simultaneously In Washington or otherwise disinfected. G. Keep tho home, ns well ns tho "olaBtlc defense" in tho Cnmpagnc on of one single American life by tho and tho Allied capitals. They acmenced to hurt me. 1 had to go back Cardui. r had only taken half tho complish ciimplotu surrender and office and workroom, well ventilated. July K but also that tho Franco-America- n plan sho had outlined February 4, bottle when I began to feel better. "open AiiHtrlan and Hungarian torrl- - All cars, halls, nnd other places whore attack which turned the wo would hold hor to "a strict ac- to bed. Wo called tho doctor. Ho Tho misery In my side got less... I 'tory for American and Allied opera numbers of persons assemble, should tldo of battle and of tho whole war countability" and "take nny steps It treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardui-untj- l bo freely ventllntcd. Particularly camo as a surpriso to tho Germans. might be necessary to tako to safe- got worse , tions against (lormany. and worse until tho misery I had taken threo bottles and I al guard American lives and liberty and In this order tho Gorman From thlH draHtic document, It may those who aro not In good health, us was unbearable...! was In bed for did not need any more for I was well Mai stated, may ho gleamed an accu- - well as tho very young nnd elderly, virtually adopts tho to secure to American citizens the rnto oMtllno of tho conditions noar- - should bo protected from being chill novel system of meeting nn attack full enjoyment of their acknowledged three months and suffered such apony ana never. felt bettor In ray life... I ilng completion. In tho Supremo War ed or wet. So far as possible avoid which was employed for tho first tlmo rights on tho high seas." "have never had any trouble from that In tho war by tho dcncral Gouraud's In spite of this warning, three or that I was Just drawn up In a knot. .. day to yvoiincu in Versailles utuier which crowds. ' this." Sl Hulos Tor Care Of The Slclc Campaigned army when tho crown four American lives had already boon , I told my husband If he would get jiCJiynany may have a cessation of Do you suffer from headache, back1. Those who feel ill and whoso prince ?hOHtllltl-lost when on May 7, 1815, tho great me his launched a bottlo of Cardui I would try it. . . ache, pains 'In aide's, or other discomwarraro occ Tho terms under which tho de- - symptoms suggest nn attack of influ- "Frledenssturm." est irageuy oi Tho text of tho order follows: on ino iiniinn irom enncu 10- - enza, pneumonia, or other infectious curred. This was tho sinking of the I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel disease, should promptly most re ,") in ,i ji, in, (y a. m. r.nsicrn unimi This precaution alone will go to bed. "Our experlenco in tho following Lusitania, which wo expect to discuss evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo, frequently cent battles glvo rise to the later. FCites time). Include: mo... for I knew. I could not last glvo Cardui, the woman's tonic, a ' Complete demobilization of Austri- shorten tho attack and prevent dan- comment: many daya unless I bad a change for trial gerous complications. j. Cliainberlain'.s Cough emedy. an forces. "With the modern system of "elas 2. A person suffering from these tic defense,' which Involves tffe emDo not imngino thnt because other of nil urtll-gcSurrender of one-hadiseases should have a separata room, ployment of very feeblo garrisons, It cough remedies failed to give you rennd lnllltnrv niiiiitiment. (i ' -if possible, nnd should sleop alone. Is not always possfblc to prevent the lief that it will be the same with II. A sick person should sneeze, enemy from penetrating the advanced, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Hear 'forces of such strategic places as inny cough, or spit Into a handkerchief, trenches, particularly when ho profits in mind that from a small beginning tinier he selected. j Vso of Austrian railroads for opcr- - or better still, into a small plcco of in a large .measure from tho clement this remedy has gained n world wide gauzo or cheese-clotSuch gauzo, bf surprise, as was the case on July reputation nnd immense sale. A med-icin- o Satlon ngaltiBt Germany. people who get the greatest should bo burned. IS. would have exceptional merit to of all Invaded territory, or cheese-clot- h Evacuation pillow cases, bed Handkerchiefs, of good their telephone "Must Throw Off Scruples." win esteem wherever leaving hehlnd all equipment and sup it becomes sheets, bed covers, and gowns should "Since we aro not fighting for the known. m plies. Inclining coal. are those who talk over it as though face ' m Surrender of a porton of tho Aus-tra- n bo disinfected by boiling. If for any purpose of holding territory, enemy to face'. AX lltlDKKCK.Vr DKKAM. surface nnd submarine fleets and reason boiling is not practicable, such penetration Is not Important, provid- linen which inny contain the Infeced it runs against an clastic defense dlsariiiumcnt of others undor'Ainoritious discharges from Thoso who indulge in visions t)f nn the nose, well echclonncd in depth. jcan and Allied control. Courtesy smooths difficulties and by governmental 3 - mouth, throat and lungs should be "We must, today more than ever era of price-fixin- g Surrender of nil German submapromotes promptest possible connecdisinfected by soaking In a r per before, rid ourselves of all scruples agencies, when all prices will be so jrlncs In Austrian waters and repatriaregulated as to insure producers a tion ofx Allied and American prlson-'er- s cont carbolic solution for at least two about abandoning our advanced-pos- t tions. hours. lines and our advanced trenches, pro profit and consumers a. supply, must with reciprocity. 4. All visitors should bo kept out vided tho abandonment takes place atl soon or late awake to tho fact that Kvncuatlon of Austrian territory operators of the System For centuries roughly corresponds to the boundary of tho room occupied by the sick per- our time, and that circumstances de- they aro dreaming. by authority the plan of price-fixin- g mand it. lines claimed by Italy under tho Italia son. are trained to be polite and 5. All dishes, glasses and other "Wo must even give up tho Idea of has been tried at intervals, and al Irrcdentln, or treaty of London proall circumstances, they will do ways with such results that the pubby a sick percon should retaking such positions. To encoun gramme. Tho right of occupation by utensils, used work if meet with patience Allied forces is reserved, local au- be used exclusively by that person, ter attack under unfavorable condi- lic was glad to go back to tho old thorities to maintain order under Al- and should not bo used by any other tions means to expose our troops to and only successful plan. For there politeness the part of Individual until they arc washed in unnecessary losses. has been one system of price-fixin- g lied supervision. users. bulling water. . . that has stood tho test of tine, and "When we havo to face an attack Tho terms of tho armistice aro to G. In nil cases a physician should of great breadth wo may, in certain only ono. That Is the open market, ho carried out under tho direction s . of Marshal Koch, who will dcBlgnnto be called In and no patent medicines cases, adopt less narrow tactics and which is not the expression of the fact see the or general prescriptions which are may give ground on n large scale, as judgment of any man, groupof men material to bo turned over and advertised should bo employed. Ono the French did on July 18 In evacu- or government but Is tho expression party should the movement of Austro-IIun- . never knows at the beginning which ating their position to a depth of sev- of the composite judgment of all cause garhi forces to tho rear. this. best caso will turn out to be a mild ono eral kilometers without giving battle. men. For ages this price-fixe- r has All German troops In Austria-Hungarresults come through the practice of . comand which a very serious ono. "Wo need not fear for the morale determined the market values of Italy or tho Ilulkans must Ily order of tho Hoard of Health, mutual courtesy. of the troops in cases of this kind, modities. True enough it has been bo out or Interned within fifteen ROYAL S. COPELAND, M. D. when tho evncutlon Is cxprossly or- subject to many interruptions, as jdnys. President. dered, for the troops will appreciate now, but not a single substitute for I)PHtructlon of any property by reThe voice with ibe smile wins e It has endured. Not ono attempt to tho reasons for such a procedure. creating forces is specifically forbidprice-tuin- g a ou nave Backache tho liver sysWhen "Of late thero has been a tendency supersede the 'old den. or kidneys arc suro to bo out of gear. toward underestimating the valuo of tem has ever gone many years withShips To lie Surrendered. Try Sanoi,, it does wondors for the defense works. In certain quarters out producing conditions worse than Ships to go surrendered Include AND liver, kidneys and hladdor. A trial it has even been asserted that it is those it sought to remedy." Nor will fifteen modern Austrian submarines, 50c bottlo will convluco you. Get it moro difficult to attack an enemy any other system succeed for any Incorporated thrco battleships, three light cruis- at tho drug store 4G-who does not occupy a forffied posi- length of time while human nature ers, nine destroyers, twelve torpedo renlalns as it is now ard boats, ono mlno la'er and six Danubo W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. thing wi: no. . tion thanof one retrenched behind de-a sinco the days of Abraham. has been Wo cannetwork barbed wire and other monitors to bo doslgnntcd by tho Alnot, or at least wo do not, always see fenses, though tho valuo of subterlies. All other warcraft aro to bo Wo all know what tho Red Cross clearly tho silent and automatic op COAIi IlIiACK HAIK TUKXKI) attached mo to his party. Traveling and disarmed under does behind tho lines. Wo read of ranean shelters has been consistently concentrated eration of this old system but It is admitted. WJUTK WHILE 1MUSOXEK by boat and by boz car, wo finally Allied direction. all manner of service, ranging In vnl- "This idea must bo vigorously com- - operating Just the 3ame, nil tho time reached Murman, tho allied Free navigation of all Austrian uo from tho washing of socks to tho Wo havo only to and everywhere. battcd. Here is a real story of the war by both tho war and commerwaters manufacture of now faces. Hut what few moves ahead to foresee look a k Underground Shelters Praised. h'air told by a boy whoso "On the trip the Y. M. C. A', again cial fleets of tho Allies Is provided for. is dono AT tho lines? What Is tho system. tho of every turned white beforo ho escaped from camo to niy help. On the box car "Underground shelters aro without Even failure wo might other a Tho Danube route is to bo ifopt first thing wo do after tho battle, for now record few tho horrors ho experienced while a with me was question of tho first Importance, but open by tho occupation or disman- tho man who wasn't wounded?'' aY. M. C. A. secretary such failures before the war Is' end prisoner in German camps. Ho from Brooklyn, who shared his none at tho same tlmo one can not. In an- ed which brought them Into existtling of fortress to bo selected by glvo him something We to eat. tho Allied commondor. Tho existing Tho Itolling Canteens tako hot bouil- ticipation of a defensive battle, dig ence. Let us not forget these facts, spent 21 months in Etso Prussia. too plentiful rations whh ,me. At blockade of tho Allies against Aus- lon, coffeo, tea, cocoa, Icmonado and too mnny trenches nor erect too many or mistake the apparent but transi- HoVfound a way to go back and fight Murman Mr. Bond, the Y' man there, somo more. did all ho could to help me. tria remains unchanged, Austrian sandwiches right to the first lino barbed wiro belts. tory success of somo system for a Uy One Of Tho Pats. "The folks at homo can not re"Tronchcs aro Indispensable, beships being llablo to capturo whoro trenches. Let no one smtlo at such real success. Thero aro no real sucLoudon, Oct. 20 Ho dropped Into alize what the Y. M. C. A. means to found except whero a commission, to work. Tho Holllng Canteens may cause thoy maintain communication's cesses In tho wiiolo history of artia chair at tho Eaglo Hut in London. the boys over there the 'Y' tho K. Whero thero nro ficial bo named later, provides otherwise. not ho tho most practical brunch of nd lines of supply. .His face was youthful, but his hair of C, tho Jewish Welfare organizaAll enemy nnval aircraft aro to be our servlco; tho words wouldn't fit no trenches tho moralo of tho troops was white. On his shoulders was tions which at President Wilson's "re- - . in bad pu out of commission and concen- very well Into blank verse. Distrib- suffors quickly, especially JtKl) CROSS. tho insignia of Princess Pat's regi- quest havo gotten together in 'tho trated under Allied control. All uting doughnuts and tho "Ico cold" weather. If tho trenches and wire i Austrian harbor and other equipment abominations dear to tho American belts attract tho enemy fire, all that is The "trouble" department, as the ment. Dropping Into tho chair 'noxt United War Work Campaign to ralso $170,500,000 to enablo them to conI in occupied Italian ports Is to be loft henrt may suggest uftornoon tea or necessary Is to leavo them until tho Homo Service Bureau of tho Ameri- him I fell into talk with tho boy. "I camo from llepfna," he said. tinue their activities untouched. something even loss dignified. Hut bombardment dies down, can Red Cross Jn Italy is called, is "Yes, I am going to carry on. Hav"Our principal of dofonslvo wnrfaro receiving allotment checks at the rate "My namo is Harry Drope." Yes, my All fortresses protecting Austrian remember tho moment when you hair is white now, but it was coal ing been a prisoner of war, I can not hnjfe' or stations nro to bo occupied would havo sold your birth-rigfor permits a freo movement of troops of 22,000 n month. black beforo I was taken a prisoner rejoin tho Princess Pats, but I am j and the arsenal at'I'ola Is speclilcally such things, mid you will havo a poor during tho battle, in tho trenches as ' by the Germans. I was captured on going into tho air force and do my' surrendered. All Allied craft held conception of what they mean to woli as behind thorn, as tho exigenNo union hours In a front lino Giving food and drink cies of the fighting may demand. J by Austria aro to bo returned lin- - fighting men. "Last night at 8," writes ono Juno 2, 191C. A bunch of us at tho fighting In tho air. I am on my way My sweetheart "Thoro can not bo tho slightest A. It. C. officer, "I must havo fed oxtrejue end of a 'salient had decided now to Minneapolis. mediately. to tho hungry nnd thirsty is tho first Tho only organized milltnry force thing wo plnn to do comparo tho doubt that it is easier to defend a D00 men. 1 got to bed at 10 p. in., to stick It out. Thoy pretty well Is, an American girl. She lives In MinAustria is permitted to retain Is lim Now Testlment passion and hun- sector provided with tronchcs and was called at midnight and from then wiped us out. I was knocked out neapolis. from loss of blood when they took us ited to thnt necessary to maintain dreds of Red Cross men nro risking barbed wiro bolts than ono which to 0 a. m. fed S00 more." In wounded in two places from PEACE ,'TALIC AXI) lacks them. Tho recent battles havo In hor own borders. lives to do It. order their FOOD DAMiEK t shrapnel. proved this. "Tho Ited Cross has brought the Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder, , "Incessant nttentlon also should bo only Joy and happiness In tho lives of I spent twenty-tw- o Sleep' nnd (test. months in East Shol,I(1 1,oaco como tomorrow, tho One of tho most common causes of paid to tho tanks. Our Initial suc- the prisoners," writes a Now Haven Prussia. There were Russians, Itti-- I hands or feet requires a powerful remedy that will ponetrato tho llcsh. Insomnia and restlessness Is Indiges- cesses against these machines led to soldier now at Camp Llmhurg, Ger maniaus. Italians. French, Belgians, ood oWlgatlona of America will bo nimonsoly Increased instead of Dullard's Snow Liniment possesses tion. Take ouo of Chanihorlain's an underestimation of thorn. We many to his mother. Ho recolves Hritish and Colonials In the prison "The withdrawal of Bulgaria Wo wero up at 4 a. in. In that powor. Hubbed in whoro tho Tablots Immediately uftor supper and must now count with machines more food and smokes regularly from tho 4.00.0.000 5 In winter. Is all that is necessary to sea it you don't rest better and sleep dangerous than those first Introduced Ited Cross. Weifrom pain is felt summer and at ,co, clamoring to us for, food wero given substitute coffeo, turnip ",0,ro rollovo Buffering and restore normal better. They only cost a quurtor. in by tho enemy, for thoy aro now more I""1' we 8l,ouhl uIwar Killing to powerfully armored and Trice 25c, 50c and SI. 00 armed, mm conditions. The Ited Cross bus as many trades soup nnd halt a pound of wnr bread !kcnung0- - foml for tho r,Kht u,ud smaller nnd moro mobile." per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in KPIDKMIO COXTIXI'KS and professions reprosecuted in its a day, and hud to do hard manual mm TO CUT COAL PHOUL'CTION ranks as tho army. One man cited labor. Ths Russians died like files j ,,oaico' es ""'sarin, thero nro In n,es1' TI.MIXV CAUTION'S TIIK HICi'HT A.l WIIO.NO for bravery shown wlillo distributing from hunger. Tho British and our!,,a"(1' Baltama. ,mrt8 of niissla A HOLT TIIK FLU would havo died too. If It had Influenza continues to affect un OF TIIK KUIIMAHINKS chocolate and cigarettes under heavy " '" ."' ' B u r'uro" u favorably the production of coal in I fire at tho front was a, Now York not ieen for tho food wo received by total of 180,000,000 people threaten parcel post. In view of tho general opidoinic of many of tho Importunt producing I Germany had n perfect right to banker turned canteen workor. va ed with slarvnlliin At Spanish Inllucnza nnd pneumonia, districts of tho country, according to uso submarines in attacking enemy "Two Russians and myself escaped. aro unnb,0 ,0 Jlon(l tho Now York City Hoard of Health reports mndu to James 1). Nealo, D- worships. Sho had a porfoct right NursoirJ in servlco overseas need astJune. Ono of tho Russians was 1bll. ,..,, f. nf iuuipn ... has published the following rulos for irector of Production, U. S. Fuol Ad- to uso thorn in attacking onomy mer- sweaters and warm knitted articles recaptured. 1 ho other Russian anil ,arg0 . noulatlon wl, ,)C Ullwl and treatment oH ministration. Instead of following n chant ships, provided sho provided as well us the lighting men. tho nrovention myself walked 600 mile and at last 'Iliedmtoly ,0 Ammlw.u fo()(, gimrdlall. continuous counso, taking ono dl- - for tho ftifaty of hor oreya. Hut theso diseases: Broad was 20 reached Moscow. ulllK ,,,., Thosa Irlrt nfltir nnntlmr Ilia illsuaau In, she had no right to daclare a "wnr Itulcs For I'rrt'iitliiK A book oX InatrtictlQiti for uurjoa' hllllnp a pound. I w broke. iAIllaa. Mlir-11- ,llt lrIokn mio.nnn ..,. h...n ..,.... .. ,, ... AvoId Mntuut with uiatmr appeared slmultauaoiialy In fields ;u tone" around tho Hritish Ule 1 aajawaur and warwi lulUfj) artlelM DomM A. Lowrle. of Savilla. O.. thojhum(4U bpilU U(Wr, tlm,e u hn did February I. 191V adding ha . JU ,t .ion issued by the Ainprf.-aiwhich - 'I'll, sneoxad, or caugbed up. fur apart an Alabama. Pi'.i'wyhMiil, V SI. ( A. wcratary ttwra. took me many us our total population won M xiuK in rrh Ml hM); DoiMitinpiit of Nursing I i 1'ersoiH who feel that they must do aid V'lv V'Xi ii anil I. opt nn' for live days . .... o .. .ii i Him r I! ll 'l li'i wlihoii so, si' "lid -- Pit. iiai" .'(111 kt 111 11 111 Piii.i illllR ill. tt'ni i1 '.u :!i"iil-- i imil.l ' .1 i i in .1 I'a- pint tioin tho .a I 'u tu. i' of ii'io'n-unth 111 ' '). !' ' in Ii d ik 'I'll' ' a b. "'''' "'blef. .i in: inn.' ! ll.d I i'.i it l Ill" ii i i FLETCHER'S . FOR lot uiu a rup, spoon, knife. loiceoj Tho i"a, we must remember, in Use erdr to iea-- our nur-ein Frsnco met Sir WlllUui Clark., the hvid of, whltU have been used ovei jias r p'tblic load beiweeu natio is. Itjt.uwul i tho cold neither. j0, u . ii Iho I'.ii.i h Kloiiu..iIl Mis ion, whu e SURRENDERS CALLED FAMILY HER TO KI1-ma- n, Austro-llungarla- n to-d- quartcr-mnstcr'gcnor- ? . ii lf rr '- Telephone Courtesy The amount out of but the The they on patient but BELL under better and the telephone j The that you cannot operator or the other you to overlook The not y, CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE. TELEGRAPH COMPANY yr tiik.fikst heaii-guarte- rs. coal-blac- price-fixing- ht enn-teo- n! I l j ' les-cam- p. """ 's Po-bo- ys V ,. -- ,, ,,.. .,,,, i Ki-r- t I . M -- i i ! Children dry CASTOR'A sels hnvo landed troops on the DalmaTIM TURKS SUKRKXDKR. Tlio l)oys Jn tho trenches know. tian Islands of Llssu and Lagostn, Our readers will rccnll that In nearly Dy Thcodoro Roosevelt. where the Italian flag has boon hoistovory soldlor's letter wj hnvo pubFollow our own boys into the fight. Buy War y lished in recent months tho writer Copyright, 1918, Kansas City Star. ed, n dispatch from Trieste Published Weekly by Saving Stamps provide the money to back them up phintixo. company Would say " we will soon bo lioiiic'." Tho Drltlsh have beaten Turkey stntes. Italian wnrahlps and destroyworo to her knees nnd she hns surrendered ers nlso have landed troops at Flume. do it regularly, every week, until the war is over. Whllo tho military oxports Incorporated Americans lind no Admiral Milio lias been named R." SMITH, TINSLEY, Isoloninly assuring us that tho war unconditionally. W. S. O. a. would Inst nnywhoro from one to ihnroln tho honor of what linn been Governor of the inlands, while Ad-Prosldont .. throe yenrs lnngor tho unlcttorcil boy dono. President Wilson, nltho we mlral Gagnljias been appointed Gov- . unvnv tiunnj woro nt war with Germany, hns re- ernor of the city of Flume. IMKnt- - 'I Wie liecin 01 inu mill r ' ill..i.m tllll. IIJU.JVA inimi IU The battleships of Flllbnrto nnd fused to aid our Allies against Tur that tho end was coming. W. S. TIXSLKV, Associate Editor ' key and hns preserved tho same cold St. Bon took the troops to Flume. Manager. mid Ilusliicss A radiogram says from Trieste Wo shnll bo glad to give tlioio neutrality between tho Armenian I farmers who hnvo voluntarily drag- and tholr Turkish butchers Hint ho that .Gen. Pctlttl, tho commander of Entered according to law nt tho ged the public roads, space to tell formerly did between the Belgians tho Itnllnn force which landed there, PostoHlco, Hartford, Ky as mall oppressors. hns assumed tho military governortho public of tho success attending and tholr German matter of tho second class. Turkey has Inflicted inhuman ship of tho city, itnllnn snllors have their efforts. Tho election and the Is the most important word in the business world war aro over, and let us now turn our wrongs on the subject peoples nnd occupied u number of islands In the i Address all communications, to had Infringed .on ourown treaty Dalmatian archipelago. to-da- y. It implies efficiency and attention to matters of local public Tho Hartford Republican. Tho Austrinn nrmlstlco delegates This nowspapor wnnts to rights, but President Wilson refused welfare. capability. be of public use, and wo camstly ask to go to war with her. Yet with our who enmo to Pndua last week, nc-- ; any citizen, who hns any well develop- navy, at tho very outbreak of hos- cording to the Kpoca, wero eight of-- 1 simscnmrcns. notice n considerable fleers under Gen. Von Weber. Tho Subscribers desiring tho papor sent ed plans for public improvements, to tilities nnd then, with to n now address must glvo tho old stato their opinions and experiences nnd constantly growing army, if wo Itnllnn dolcgates nt tho conference had been willing wo could have ma wero headed by General Badogllo, address In making tho request. through its columns. Duslncss Locals and Notices 10c terially aided tho Hritlsh nnd French. Announces ArniKtlre Terms por lino, and Gc per lino for additionIs to lind out we are now ready to take London, Nov. 5. Tho temu of tho In such event Constantinople would ' The election of Stanley puts tlto al Insertion. doubtless hnvo been taken long ago. armistice with Austria wero piinounc- - 9 Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards adoption of State-wld- o prohibition in care of any reasonable want the VERY BEST It Is, thanks to President Wilson, cd to tho Hou-- c of Commons today of Thanks, Be por lino, money In ad- Kentucky, next year In doubt. His 'As wo Americans can only look on nnd by Premier Lloyd George. vance MARKET PRICES. Church Notices for services .free, election leaves Stanley master of tho rejoice that others did better than a- but other advertisements, Cc per line. Democratic organization, nnd ho will our rulers let us do. Wo have had FARM FOR KALE. Anonymous communications will not hesitate to use it to help his no hand In the freeing of Palestine, receive no nttentlon. Refriends, tho liquor people. Tho Syria and Armenia. Under the great Ono hundred ncres of good upland, publicans, disgusted with tho hypoc-rac- y It Is the 2l, miles east of Hartford, on Horton TELEPHONES. Vho prench law of service nnd sacrifice. of thoso Democrats road. 123 Cumberland dry and vote wet, may not hesitate Hritlsh nnd French alono who have dwellingMall route by door. Good GO the moral right to determine the fate Mutual and all necessary outbuildFarmers to give such Democrats n doso of of Turkey. They, and especially the ings. Plenty of water for residence their own medicine, and show them j Drltlsh, have poured out their blood and stock. Will sell at n bargain. up in their true colors. .XOVEMRER FRIDAY. j freely, and now, after the victory has J. T. WALLACE, been gained, expenditure of Ink on lSt-- 4 v Hartford, Ky Route 2. ARE PRACTICALLY COMPLETE. Our farmers should not forget our part Is of mighty little And they didn't stand by the their troubles of. last spring In the In comparison. CLAIRVOYANT'S INFORMATION matter of poor seed corn, nnd should The most complete line of Dry Goods, Notions, I earnestly hopo that permanent CAUSES ARKESr begin now to select their seed for tho Teddy has spring planting. The County Farrh justice will be done by expelling the It can not be said that Hosiery, Underwear, Shirts, Overalls, Floor CovEurope and making all Speolnl to Tho Courier-Journa- l, i not had his say. Agent urges the selection of seed Turks from Armenia independent. erings, Men's and Boys' Clothing;, Ladies' and Frankfort, Ky., Nov. C. Following whllo the cars aro on tho stalks in Hut we have lost the right to in- his nrrest upon information furnished Will Hryan emerge from eclipse the Held. He said ears should be Misses' Coat Suits and Cloaks, and the best line when peace is restored? gathered only from strong stalks, and sist on these points. Tho beginning by a local clairvoyant, who said that of tho end camo when two or three he answers the general description of Footwear in the county. these not too tall. Select, he ad weeks ago Bulgaria was forced to of the man who dragged Miss Annie The President's letter saved vises, only tho best developed ears, uncondltlonnlly. Here Laura Spencer, n Frankfort girl. rf but lost tho Congress. well covered by husk, and ears that surrender Men's Work Shoes $2.50 to $7.50. again, thanks to President Wilson, her pony, a week ago Sunday night, are pendant f(pm the stalk. This America had no part in tho honor and virtual Identification by MNs The Kentucky Democracy is is a matter of vital importance to the Men's Dress Shoes $2.50 to $8.50. land credit of the vital triumph. Spencer, Borck Jackson, a negro, to- to its Idol, Red Liquor. farmers and should not be neglected. Our government was still neutral day was removed from tho city Jail to Shoes $2.50 to $3.50. Ladies' Bulgaria, still too proud to the State reformatory for safe-keeAnd Champ Clark, the bell wether present about Ono of the marvels of the Ladies' Dress Shoes $2.75 to $10.00. fight either Turkey or Bulgaria, still ing. of the flock, Is among fallen. war is that it has not made, upon hoping for peace without victory over was taken before H When Jackson the side of the Alios, a single world We invite comparison. Miss Spencer ' tho young woman will be name but that of commander Focli. them. Wllhelm, o! Germany, " Now Turkey has surrendered and looked nt him n moment and swoon, Respectfully, known in history aa the Inst of tho Our own army will como home coverAustria has broken up. In the ense eil. The negro's removal to the re- , Absolute Kings. ed with collective glory, but no single jof Austria, after ten months' unpar frm:itnrv fnltnu'cil name stands out from among the rest. delay, we did finally go to Jackson, who bears an exrdlent, r, In the race for United States Pershing is known as the chief com donable we have a very war, and small share reputation hereabouts, denies that be between AVoodrow Wilson and mander of the American forces, but in tho great glory won by Italy and nttaeked Miss Spencer nnd declares Dr. Hen.L. Bruner, Wilson won. his name has not been especially the other Allies. that he can prove ho was elsewhere horalded. Captains, Majors and even . The 'greatest contest was on thejnt the time of the attack, which took The Republicans gained a Con- Generals, are. all but unknown to the HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. gressman and a judge of the Court of American public. This unusual fact Western front, and here the hun- place on the Peak's Mill pike. oC thousands of American Local police failed to find n trace .iCBaSBS Appeals in Kentucky this year. That is due to the modern method of war dreds troops engaged under Foch and Per- - of .Miss Silencer's assailant. Followso bad. isn't 1... ..infill.......' ......l, ' T.wllt.l nn.l ,,.-.,'- , anil linriiism hiivfi tint In- - .shing have shown such extraordinary ing the information of tho fortune iiiuseppe fighting In t'nelo Sn.- -i s RLI) CROSS. of gallantry and efficiency that we are teller, a warrant was sworn out for This election is a vindication deed been wanting, but tho mnnner irmy nnd Lulgl Is very proud. the power of the people to rule. The of fighting obscures the Individual. nil forever their debtors. Nearly a Jackson. 'month ago President Wilson entered War gardens! The Red Cross hns day of. one man rule is about over in Tho (Irnnd Mufti of the Mohnr.i-meda- n set the peoplo o'f Jerusalem to cultilit to negotiations witii Germany Ri:i CROSS MKRCY Europe, and it will never come in Community of Jerusalem welWo should be glad to Impress those which if continued along the Hue vating vacant lots. America: RKCLA1MS HOLY LANII comed Amcricnn Red Cross workers farmers, who have not already done he started, might hnvo caused disas"No ono can disHad President Wilson issued an so, with tho benefits to bo derived ter. Fortunately there" was such an An anclont gardon on tho crest of with a reception. In four months, tho American Red appeal to the country to elect only from consulting tho County Farm t outburst -- of nrotest in the country Cross In Jerusalem has built up a Mount Zlon now encircles a Red pute tho fact known to God nnd confirmed by your noble history, Oh citloyal patriots, instead of an appeal Agent in the matter of handling their that our Allies took part and Prcsi-crop- s vast hospital, n bacteriological labor- Cross orphanage for girls. izens of Amorlfti, that out of charlty and stock. Scientific training lont Wilson himself took warning. atory, a children's- - hospital, a clinic only Democrats the election refor is requireu 01 me uoctor, tne teacner. dairy cows are and compassion Ho crented you to do Sixty- - pure-bre- d sults would have read differently. President Wilson himself mav still and u dispensary. good to humanity," was 'his expresstho lawyer, the druggist and most servo as a channel of communication It has established orphanages for the gifts of the little island of (iucrn- - ed opinion of tho Red Cross. Peaco conditions have taken tho other trades and professions. Agri- but General Foch will be tho real boys and girls", a small school for tho soy to u new Red Cross hospital in bottom out of the corn market. A culture and stock-raisin- g are not less master of the situation. Tho men blind, a dry nursery and a motor England. RROO.M MACHINK RKADV. Hartford dealer niadenqulry for a sciences, and scientific training is with guns and not the men with corps. -- corn ho not less necessary. market and the best offer Mr. Urowdcr is fountain pens will dictate' the terms. Tho manufacture of grass mats Jor It maintains two large work-room- s I will begin making brooms Oct could get was 98 cents a bushel. a gradua'to of an agricultural collego, where Russian pilgrim womcn.strand-e- d the French army supports many refu- 28. Will make brooms for hnlf the and whllo ho may not know everyFARM FOR RKXT. In Jerusalem, support themselves gees in reconstructed French villages. corn or ift .'15 cents We are sticking a feather In the thing there is to he learned about each. Rrooms on by various industries. In several hand for salo at reasonable prices. cap of Campaign Chairman Martin scientific agriculture, ho is capable of Ninety thousand gallons of kero Also for sale. One nnd one half workshops It employs nbout 1,500 N. A. SCIIROADKR, for his splendid work in getting out offering valuable and practical admiles from Centortown. All Improve- Moslem, Jewish and Christian womoii sene nnd :ib,uuu gallons or gasoline 17tf tho voto Tuesday. If Ranse has ever vice to our farmers. Hartford, Ky Route 2 His service is to make bedding, mattresses, cloth- will be shipped to Salonika by the committed any political sins his bit- free, and while no body is bound by ments. For particulars wrlto Red Cross for agricultural and other Mrs. IONA WALLACE, ing, baskets nnd embroideries. ORPHAN'S LFITKR. terest enemies should now forglvo obligation to follow it, tho fanners 104, 25th Street, Kenniore, Ohio. A group of workers has been sent machinery. him. should at least consult hint about to beyond tho Jordan, to Dearest Uncle: How aro you all? important matters, and then act upon ITALIAN DRIVM NKTS A ruined harvest a starving, I am getting nlong fine, return with 5.000 refugees to whom Stanley to the Tho election of nnd nm in tho so much of his ndvico as they see fit. OVKR HALF MILLION tho Red Cross hns boon ministering. icken peoplo along the coast of best of health, United Stntes Senate leaves ono in llellevo mo, I would Sea, A shipload" of Red rather soldier In Franco An Innovation In Jerusalem Is the the White doubt that If, after all, it is not betthan in tho fi. Washington, Nov. Austrinn Aihlsory Relief Council which repre- Cross foods and medicines will help V. S. A., so far. You know they nro WHAT OAUSK1) IT. ter to hnvo the saloons, as Davo prisoners captured by the Italians sents all tho relief organizations In tills situation before winter sets in. now sending mo to school, learning Hill, of Now York, once said, for For tho first time in tho history before tho armistice took effect yes tho Jerusalem zone. The chairman mo camouflage work, nnd I llko It you than to have thp preachers for Tho Red Cross Institute for Crlp- - lino so far, nnd 1 think I shall conof tho country an election has gono terday arc estimated at half t mil- is n member of the American Red you. Ipled nnd Disabled Men In Now York, tinue liking Includes Cross Relief Commission. ngainst tho party in power in tho lion and tho booty taken it better tho uioro I tho first specialized trade school in learn about tho work. Ohjo county complimented M. L. mllst of war, for the first time the 250,000 horses. toAn official dispatch from Rome tho Fnlted States for handicapped MAItV PlCKFORI)tKARXS 1 would llko to toll you Ifeavrln with the biggest mujorlty ev- peoplo have swapped horses whllo something :. 1 KVKRV MINl'TK men, oilers six training courses. about my trips but don't know er given a Republican candidato In crosslng.a stream. Tho causo Is not day telling results of the final Aus says in tho army of tho whether or not It would pass tho tho county. Only Commonwealth's far to seek. Tho countrv was nnlti.rf trian defeat The president of tho First Nation- censor, so will let It go for a while. Now York, Nov. 5. 'Mary Pick-forAttorney C. K. Smith nnd Judge W. as It had never before been united! Trentino alono over 150,000 prison film star, has an Income of al Hank of Fingnl (N. 1).), Mrs. Laura I can suy this much. I luvo hud H. Taylor had previously reached er the prosecution of tho war. There 'rs fu" lnt0 tho hands of tho Italians. x Rome Suspends lltisliie.ss. was a unity of feeling that, notwlth- -' $000,000 yearly. Hut sho has tho A. Uatcheller, registered as a file mighty ulco trip, and don't think it tho 700 mark. I omo- - N()V- Business has been advantage of not having to deduct clerk nt' tho A. R. C. Department of will bo long until we will bo on standing an adverse popular majority our Personnel In France tho other day. bit- in tho country, would huvo support- - virtually suspended hero whllo tho her expenses from this sum. If thcro was any wny back to thp states again. 4 continued to eclobrnto tho terness of feeling let us quickly for- ed tho administration hud not tholclt" Information as to Miss Plckford'a Well, it is about school tlmo, I A frantic telephone call from tho will close. get it. Wo nro a common people of elected to make hlmsolf lry over Austria. Tho demonstra- - Income was revealed today through Will try to wrlto moro a common country and have n com- tho Issue by tho most daring letter tlous in various parts of Homo aro tho filing of her contract with tho military head of u French village next tlmo. Don't worry nbout me, no for I nm in good mon interest to servo. I.ifcj Is too ever Issued from tho White House. following each other without Inter- Pickford Film Corporation In a suit 800 refugees just arrived and health nnd having: of a good tlmo. Tell everybody iliort to live in the past. Let us However good his intentions tho val. All the stores aro closed and for ten per cent of tho Income for food! In two hours a truck-loa- d Hello! be eaten with- for me, and give grand-motheturn our faces to tho future and push peoplo looked upon tho PresL'niu's' tho tramways have been 'forced to two yours by Mrs. Cora Cnrrlngton food stutfs that could r my nppenl as an order to voto tho Demo- suspend scrvlco because of tho donso Wilkenlng, who clulms shu brought out cooking arrived from tho Ited best love. the public cart. . thronging the streets. tho contracting parties together. Cioss. , cratic ticket. Tho effect was electrl-eti- l. crowds that tire AltVVIN IGLKHBART, In an editorial In the Louisvillo A notable featuro of tho celebraAccording to the figures In tho Tho country was shocked. 84th Division, A. K. F. Courrier-Jouruof yesterday thoro Kvery Republican In tho country felt tion is supplied by the airplanes and contract, Miss Plckford's weekly .1 Iloeauso of tho yarn shortage, Red y. i ' appeared this sentence." Hut if tho his patriotism questioned. Cross chapters aro no longer disTHANKS HIS FRIKNRS. Tlie re- dlrlglblo balloons which are flying como is f 1:1,277,69. Sho earns final result disclose a decided to n day, ?:!20.fll an hour, or tributing knitted articles direct sult was a fight, and a Republican over tho city and dropping flowers. majority against victory. Tho President's dlro foreI want to thank ull my friends who drafted men. Rod Cross represenItalians Muter Trent. $5,44 n minute. him (meaning tho President) in tho bodings of what would happen In tatives in camps will make uu oven so kindly assisted mo during tho m Ronio,Nov. G. Trent, tho chief Semite, hu will be embarrassed to Kuropo If his party woro defeated city of Trentino, was entered nt 3:15 l'AV FOR TKACIIKItS. distribution of thebo comforts. serious illness nnd deatli of my Wo suggest woro not Justified. know how to proceed." daughter. Rather It is good o'clock Sunday afternoon by Italian Superintendent Howard bus called Hero Is u dividend from your Red that ho for ouco consult the Senate. news to como to tho peoplo of Kuropo, ealvnlry, Alplui ami artillery, accordRespectfully, a meeting of the County Hoard of Cross dollar, through the Homo Sernoto Issued who uro struggling to establish de- - ing to a JOHN L. JONES. A clover thlof has been operating mocrncy on tho ruins of nbsolutelsin, i giving detnlls of tho swift nd- - Kducatlon for today, and will ask tho vice Department: "I will pay you In Charllo Smith's pig lot, at tho that tho peoplo of tho groat weatorn vunco of tho first army on that city, momhors to authorize him to borrow for your trouble by doing my duty AIOIIXSTHATOHS NOTICK. Churllo lost a pig ono Ropubllc still rulo, even In tho uild&t More than 20,000 Austrlnns, Includ- money with which to pay tho teach- at tho front, now you can just bet Almshouse night hint week, and a fow mornings of military necaeeity. It Is tho ver- ingtho commander of tho 50th ers until tho stato can ralso tho on mo nnd my squad," Is tho pledge All porsons huvlng clulms against tho estate of S. L. Ilaslmnr Many of tho of tlio'grutoful corporal. afterward he found another pig, dict of the 'American people that inonoy for tho purpose. Scliouuen Division, woro capturod. decent . od, will present samo to mo, properly I lightly larger than the one lout, In throo Tho Italian flag was holitod ovur tonchors huvo now worked kill it branch of lie- - the government, Ills pen. Kvldently the thief Six sons in tho Amorlonn army Is proven, on or boforo December, 10th. end entitled to be the oaatle of Huron Conslgllo amid mouths or more without pay, and tho came tftlieted with k reuiorM of board la the government of the enthusiastic outburst of the pinm-lstlo- action of the county Superintendent the lioat ot Lulgl llartoooia to an 1918, or "they will be forever barr d ' 1b attempting to provide mooey for Awerieau lied Orou worker in end mule amends by W. A. riASHAM. One man rule la unpopular l n oommeadaule turning a batter pig Itocoo, PerdlNrio, one he Jo ihU $m on the ojher aide of the Jtaly. et on th the MaUlufilr. Ky. Oot. 29. 1918. tL.ui ItaUeiui At Mmtte. at tb Jtetu Aamr. S. L, UAS1IAM, deed. Utlaattfc . i. lie take. Jtoiae, iiiak, Lcotie, Domenieo and lUUas Naval va. The Hartford ' Republican hartford Vi Soc.-Trca- 1 j i to To Test Out Service that at WE STAND THE TEST. j Our Fall 6 Winter Lines i I conso-jquen- ee i ' j i ' ' Everyday y ; ' I Scn-nto- I Carson (El Co. I 4 i Ks-Sa- scurvy-str- 1 B- anti-electio- n J vlcto-Presidc- nt ul seml-ofilcl- y, - con-ure- as u. . tn re-tr- y. u Far-rande- ): iiHlii i. I i ciacasMisrar'reiyfreaaasnEga rrrr-.- Mr. Varvln Mark, of Owcnshoro, Thn nntlro family of Rev. J, W. rt Greoi, of Ovvoimboro, nrc down with csmo up yesterday .to attend to KJI and call upon friends and relatho flu. Rev. J. W. Orcop Is tho father of Ilov. Waltar Oroep, local oilltor tives for a day or two. 1 of the llnrlford Hnrald. bnei-no- -- wftsm t! I 5 ' r spite of their low cost. No fastening needed because the felt base hns no tend ency to curl or "kick up" at the edges. Thcsurfucc AVttf y ConRoIcum Art-Rurmnlsc any room brij'Iitcr and cheerier. Their soft, harmonious colors nrc pleasing to the eye. They ore really beautiful in js ffe j Wi arhhks fit is hard and smooth and resisting. "The most durable fitly deprinted jloor-covcrin- scribes Congolcum. All ConRoIrtim Products now bear Guarantee llint intuiet a Gold-Seyour money Lock if the service is not satisfactory. Look for the Gold Scol before you buy nny printed flooNcoverings especially printed rugs. i jj (5xS SS.00 V j H664 $1 50 ;.A Cjvy?iy-i' Jto3tim& mMWMi g"'&-"- & "v " " h I'i 1 - Window Shades, Mattings, Dnjggets, Curtain n Poles, Draperies, Lace Curtains, all at the lowest prices possible. See us for these goods, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. v 2ki&&o. The ' I Hartford Republican novi:mhi:u h ' Mr - ' w,llls' of Narrows. among our vslltors Wednesday. Miss Ilonnlo Wilson, of Horse Ilranch, is tho guest for the week, of Miss Ueshle Morris. Mr. mid Mrs. Henderson Murphroe, cook stovo lc a Usui good of tills place will movo to Owcnshoro thin to have in a home and we huvo tO'dny. Mr. Murphree will he In the more pood cook atovas in our Store Tobacco busineta In the latter place. Ii mi wo uoed no vrliy not let ui soil you one. As between flu talk 'and olectlon ACTON imos. dlscunions it was difficult to got roporte of local nows this wook, and la sick James T. Ilnihnm, county attorney, b Oil do tho chlof space-filland off tho job. MIhh Kdlo Sadler, county 'and of schools, both of Gray Judge Slack ordered the grand son county, wore marrlod'at Lettch- A Hort of an official wedding, nnil petitt juries of McLean county fluid. not to appear for service Monday, on 'tis It were. II nccount of the Jnftuonzn epidemic. Miss Elizabeth Mooro has returned Equity business will bo given attenfrom Indlnna'iiolls, where she had tion. gone to tako train hit; in Civilian Re-UMr. Kd Austin, a former Ohio work for tho Hed Cross. Miss Mooro Is secretary of the Comuiitteo county citizen, now living at Sumner, Nebraska, sends in a check to the Refor the county. publican, nnd Incidentally mentions Sallyo Coleman, of Farn-dis- that his community had a ten inch Misses nnd Kllzabeth Davidson, of till bnow, October 25, and says everything winter. plnco returned to Lexington, yester- - there looks like jdny to resutne their studies afte j Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, who went having been nt homo for some time to the Philippine islands recently to on account of the II u epidemic. be present at tho marriage of her son, John Pat Jones, an industrious Mr. Mcllenry Holbrook, to Miss Mary colored man, living In Hati, seems to Smith, of Fordsvillo, returned home 'bo having moro than his share of Sunday. Mrs. Holbrook holds the trouble. His wife died only u few Ohio county record for a long to attend a wedding, v weeks, ago and recently he has lost two children, who died of pneumonia. Prof. O. D. Carson has resigned Our old friend lisqulrc Gus Evans, his position with the faculty of the of Fordsvillo, called on us while in Hartford High School, and will accept town Monday. Wo will not give employment wth tho Amercan Association. Ho went to away Gus'.s ago, as his wife Is not in right good health, but will say ho is Owcnshoro Monday for two weeks the youngest looking man for his ago training, after which ho will bo assigned as manager of one of tho Asthat wo know. sociation's stores, point of assignment not yet determined. Andy Peacn s small girl, near Jingo, enmo nenr burning to doath We have just learned of tho death Monday morning. She was playing Kuykendoll. at Great Lakes fireplace and her clothing of Jesso about the Training Camp, about tho first of caught fire ,and burned her severeOctober. Jesse was a son of Morten ly before her clothes could be torn Kuykendoll who was for ten years from her body. a rural mall carrier out of tho Narrows postoffice. Mr. Kuykendoll Circuit Court will begin here the to Owcnshoro about three On moved fourth Monday in this month. years ago. We understand the young account of no Juty trials having been man carre'rt $11,000 insurance. hnd nt a number of the moro recent terms, considerable business will Mrs. C. M. Barnett recently recome before tho court at the apceived a Jetter Jrom her son, Capt. proaching term. E. L. Barnett, who Is in France, with tho 149th. Infantry. Capt. Bainctt TurKeys Wanted Will pay 23 per pound. Hens must weigh 8 and states that he and Capt. A. J. Barnett, are together and that toms 12 pounds. Delivery must be his brother, both, as are all of the boys from thla mndo beforo tho 15th. Prices subsection, doing fine. The Captain ject to market change. says he had an opportunity for seeing & SONS, J. D. WILLIAMS quite a bit of England, but is more Heaver Dam. impressed with Franco nnd that the Country is well worth fighting for. living Georgo A Rood 1 er supor-!lntctident ef IP I i L IK i WANTED!! Will pay following cash prices: nr X , TURKEYS, 5, per pound, - 25c 12 lbs.) (Hens must weifjh 8 and Toms t per pound 12c ' SPRINGERS, per pound t HENS, per pound I OLD ROOSTERS, I EGGS, per dozen - 22c 21c 13c i t - 47c sure-enou- DAVIDSON - SEA Y- ADAMS CO.j BR0., Managers - - W.E. ELLIS t t U. S. Food Administration License No. I i;i; N x j, . I ! 9 M ystery Meat 1 ii ,'j ii.i 'c ii !. I Mr. Johnson, north II. & E. It. K. TUIE TAUI.C. South Bound, No. 115 9:05 a. in. Attorney C. K. Commonwealths Dae at Hartford Smith will go to Calhoun Monday to North Hound, No. 114 6.45 p. m. officiate in circuit court. Due at Hartford on You that want a good Itoof (Doth "Mixed" Traini.) Mr. W. A. Morris and daughter. your house or barn call and let us Miss Hesslo, spent Saturday nnd Sun- supply you with 5 Ply Galvanito day with relatives at Horse Branch. Huliber Roofing with a 15 year guarantee back of It. Now you may think Personal News covering somo territory but ply roofing. this is One, two and three all we ask Is to give us a trial. Just the sort you uro looking for at and Social Euents. ACTON UROS. tho good OLD prices at W. K. Kills & Uro's. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin have returned from Arkansas, where they Mr. I. S. Mason, supervisor of went last week to attend Mr. Ney Mr. C. K. Raley, of Horse Ilranch, agents for a well known insuranco Foster, who was scriouslly ill of pneucalled on us Wednesday. company, was in town tho first of tho monia, following the influenza. Mr. Greenville, is week. Fostor is much improved, and is Miss Nancy Kord, of thought to bo out of danger. Mrs. visiting hor parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Loyd, of I5ar-rut- ts Foster also had Influenza, but the atW. Ford. Ferry, visited the family of tack was a mild one. son of Mrs. Mlzolla Judgo and Mrs. It. It. Wedding, TuesEstll Tanner, day and Wednesday. Mr. and Jlrs. O. P. Willis, of NarTanner, is reported wounded in rows, received a letter from their son, Franco. Mrs. Laura Austin, of Ileavor,Dam. Emmet, written Qctober 7, in which has received a letter from her sou, tho young man sends greetings to Qulsenborry died of Mrs. Ilobert at hor homo nt Dundee, Fri- Owen, in Franco, ndvlslng thnt ho home folks nnd friends. He has been htlll Is safe and sound. In Franco since last spring and has night. day never received a single ono of tho Mrs. J. Ii. Cannon, of Horse many letters that have been written Ono of tho best places that I know .. .1. , t fa ' Tlan.tAli I.. ...111. Il.l. n I ot JIM l IHUIIUIt, la 1111 uui oiniui .uia. to him since ho went over. of to buy your Grocorles is at Pulestlne Coots, of Sunnydulo, who ACTON UHOS. Is Very low wjth tubercular trouble. Wymnn Patterson, vson of Morgan Patterson, of Olatou, accldeutly shot Mr and Mrs' C. K. Smith and Miss Mrs. Louisa J. Wright and grand- - himself In tho hand Friday. Patterin Ethol lllnkley spent yestorday daughters, Misses Miiyme Fioldou and son was rabbit hunting and In getting Owcnshoro. I Dllla Griffin, of Olatou ltnuto 1, call- over the fence set tho gun over first, Mr. Stonownll Evans, of Arnold, ed at tho Hopubllcan ofllco Tuesday. and jumping tho fence, with his baud on tho muzzle of tho gun, the was tho guost of Judgo Mack Cook, No liquor made n unlet election in weapon was discharged and shot off Wednesday. Ohio county Tuesday. No report of tho Index finger on his left hand. John Crow, of Fordsvillo, R. F. disturbance anywhore. And thoy Loach, Hintou Oacar Dennett, D, No. 3, Is reported to have died of used to say prohibition didn't prohibit. James Philips nnd Glenn Tinsley, who wounds in France. enmo home from State University, at Mrs. Henderson Ashby and son, Lexington, three weeks ago, whon the Mrs. Tulmago Southard and llttlo daughter, Cora May, of Simmons, Everett, of Contertown, have inovod University was closed on account of to Hartford; whoro the boy will enter tho influenza epidemic, returned to have been vory sick of measles. school. They have taken rooms with the Blue Grass city Saturday, in anticipation of uu early opening of tho County Attorney A. D. Kirk left Mr. F. L. Felix. school. Tuesday for Alabama, where ho goes Mrs. A. It. Renfrew and children, to attend to some legal business. of Narrows, who wont to Owcnshoro Prof. Howard has received the now Dewy and Ilonry William Kean, of tho first of tho year, whoro tho chil- service flag for Ohio county teachers. Woodburn, visited relatives In tho dren entered sohool, uru at home un- Tho ling Is of fine qtinllty of cloth, and Is an attractive addition to the county from Saturday until Wednes- til school opens again. superintendent's nfflco. A star for day. We have a good supply of Pro-gre- ouch' Ohio county teaohor in the will .be attached a the ' Pining coal wood Uatlng Stoves on of If you are iu Hookers, lieda, Tabjag or any display now and If you will call ttud Uu. A committee la uovr m. klr.r n chairs. i w .1 f.i ' l' Ol thil If ii ll T" il nice piece of furniture at loweet Iget our irlfe before ru..fu,s )i i ii, ' ..i i " 'i . 1 i' um on v call i prices Hu.rUdrd, K. ivy lALTO.N UUlW. Jlnrtloru, ACTON BROS. U 1 i-ltltt ; w of town, hns sold his farm to Mllll-ga- n Brothers, of Heflln, for a consideration of $11,000. Mr. Johnson Is a successful farmer, who came hero from Untler county a few years ago. He will probably locate somewhere in the South. Owing to congestion in tho War Industries Board the call upon us to discontinue those In arrears for subscription for more than three months has been delayed, and we are still sending Tho Republican to some persons more than three months behind. We expect tho final order any day, and if you are in arrears and want the paper, send in the amount you owe us at once. We have already cut moro than three hundred names from our list, and yours may bo next. SAD XKWS TO MOTHER. Some things are so simple that they have to be explained again and again. When things are obvious, people keep looking for mysteries behind them. So it is with the packing business. The mere size of Swift & Company confuses many. Because their imaginations are not geared up to scale, they believe there must be magic in it somewhere some weird power. i o I Mrs. Ella Davis, living Just north of town received the following letter notifying her of tho death of her bravo boy, Robert, on a battle field In human beings like yourself; it takes in raw material on the one hand and turns out a finished product on the other. Swift & Company keeps down the "spread," or the expense absorbed between raw and finished material, to as low a figure as possible. (If it didn't it would be put out of business by others who do.) How much Swift & Company pays for the raw material, and how much it gets for the finished product, depends Company does not control. It depends entirely upon how much people want the finished product, and how much raw material there is available to make it from. The profits of Swift & Company ,amount to less than one cent per pound less than on all meats and of a cent on beef. by-produ- Swift & Company is just like any other manufacturing business run by lit upon conditions which Swift & France. In Franco, Oct. 13, 1918. Dear Mrs. Davis: It is sad nows 1 bring you, yet you should rojolce. Your son went down doing his duty toward God and man. He fell with his face to the enemy, and was a hero in death us in life. May you bo comforted by knowing that he went to meet his God doing his duty. You should rojolce to bo tho mother of such a son. May God bless you and caro for you, you who have glvon your son that the world may bo a better place for God's chlldron to live. Very sincerely yours, FERRAL A. SAMS, 1st Lieut. Commanding "A. Co. MRS. CATT SCRATCHES. Now York. Nov. 5. Mrs. Carrie of tho president Chapman Cntt. National Woman Suffrage association, nnd Miss Mary Carrot Hay, president of tho Now York city woman suffrage party, cast their first votes Mrs. Catt said she wont to tho polls determined to voto for Gov. Whitman becauso "ho stood by us nnd 1 am going to stand by him." Aftor sho had voted she announced slio had, however, split her ticket, having "suddenly changed my mind regarding voting a straight Re-- 1 publican ticket." "I have labored thirty yoars to get la voto," Mrs. Catt added. "I feel thnt tho privilege of voting was worth 'all tho struggle end tho cost." y. v one-fourt- h II ' III! I Hrr i NT R I rJ l U1 5 Pledge $WYi Keep Your for Our t Make Good B hi & ?XWy Fighting Men BUY WAR - SAVINGS Aj ' " stamps l; " Lh I Il i Swift & Company, U. S. A. nf i i ie I Tho Italian fuel situation, which Germany has been obtaining fuol from Galatla and has been sorlous from tho beginning Rumania and was planning to export of tho war, It was said, will not bo extensively from tho Caucasus, tho Improved materially by the Aiibtrluu Tho Austrian mine. announcement added, hut, under the 'armlstlco. terms of tho Austin armlitlce all workod to full capacity, furulih oftly uee-ltruffle betweon Germany and her ter- 'enough coal for tho imtlim'u oft j Demobilisation of tho Auntrlen .ir y mor ally muht atop. (JHRMANY'S SUPPLY OF Iv Within the German harder there will allow the roturn of iiii r i UASOLIMi IS CUT OFF ' re no eupulles of fuel oil end infor- their work aud thereby pr.ii hy the Furl Al-- . rnt twfrarlntc beeaii Wej&lagtoB, Nov. S. One efftet mation v ith' i Ui it n Mni t i.ii tr.itiwil is tint OiMiiiy hi' of Auetrl from iho i'i x i mil i, If b' nol -- 3 d m .t i 'i' A'- !nl.ir.if i !n 'i tl- - Til' Ii wit. o. 1' . - ...! I i. ife .uV lab. i'i am Li- tds; iati . .aiUuJ to Bttlit, oil and gasoline . s tliiB off of Germany's bupplles of fuel latter sourco, It was said, will supply Germany needs. oil ami gasoline. uot BQud ( ' i i 1 - YANK IS LAVISH WITH HUN'S KALE Private From Front Gives Waiters Tips With 100 Mark Notes With The Klrst American Army, Oct. IS. 1'rlvnto Stevo Kelly, ot Chicago, enmo back from the St. Mlhlol show with a paper packet noniiv hound tin with ft cord. When he had eaten his dinner In a brasserie In a certain city behind tho American front ho Indicated to tho waitress that lie would glvo her a "bon souvenir" for a tip. Ho opened tho packet and extract ed therefrom a 100 mark note "Morel," said tho waitress, nnd rocketed tho German banknote, A doughboy sitting next to Kelly. .. .. .... ..,.. on ins way IU' HUUI n .nntnunmnnl camp, asked what tho things woro: "Thats German paper money that I captured," said Kelly. "My lieutenant and mo got into a placo named Hattonchattel about two minutes after Jerry got out. Wo were prowl Jng around in their old headquarter! nnd found a big wooden box with rope handles on it. I jimmied it oper with my bayonet and what was it but tho payroll of the Gorman regiment My lieutenant dug In nnd found thi top tray was filled with gold, German gold pieces and lots of papers f various kinds. He took them and put them away and turned them In. 1 asked him what he was going to do with the rest of the stuff and ho said I could have any part of it for souvenirs. It was pretty dark, so I reached in and got a bundle of these notes. They seemed to be trading stamps or something, but when I got a chance to look them over, why, what are they but German currency. I have been gving away a lot of It. Hero's one for yourself and your friends." And Kelly passed over half a dozen 20 mark notes to his acquaintance. new-fouTho rest of the evening Kelly gave k away 5, 10, 20, 50 and notes to people he met. Then the next day he got.a fearful shock. "Don't you know that these birds can send that German dough to tho states and get it cashed into real monkey there? asked a boy who had note. just annexed a Kelly stopped and thought it over for a minute. "I'll bay you're right," he replied, and counted up what he had left of the German regiment's payroll. There was 1,100 marks, chiefly In small notes. "And I'll bet I gave away 5,000 marks," said Kelly disconsolately as he made his way toward the post-offito ship what was left of the German wealth back to someone in Chicago. Sometimes Judge Too Hastily. It mlejit bo advisable for us to sound our own depths nnd backgrounds nnd cultivate n certain perspective nnd foreground for tlie people we ruthlessly condemn ns hopelessly Impossible, nnd so put so much preuter nn Impediment In the wny of tlielr advance-nirto better thliiR". Criticism Is n cruel nnd too often nn entirely .ilnnec-- e ' iry v capon to wield nRiilnst tho:o with whom we come In contnet. Thero nre very few people who nro really "Impossible" If only vc would make the effort to find tlielr good nnd worthwhile virtues. Exchange. Crimean War. The Crlmcim war occurred In lSrn55, i,ctWecn Itussln on one side and the allied forces of Turkey, Franco nnd Great Urltnln on tho other. It grew out of dominating nnd aggressive claims by Itussin. The wnr took Its name from that It was mainly waged In n lttisslnn peninsula on the border nt 4 1m "Ulnrtl cnn n f tt n rC simtMtY cftHo(1 KHm flr Cfm by t,)0 and Anglicized ns Crimen, pronounced Crlm-e-n- , with tho I short ns In criminal and accent on the second syllable. nt i ' Whctstorle In Tree Trunk. While wining down n lnrge poplar tree on the Wclnnir farm two sons of Joseph Weimar found tlielr saw would They began n little not penetrate. higher, nnd nfter the tree wns down they discovered n whetstone In the heart of the trunk. It Is Mipposed that many yenro ago, when the tree was n sapling, lumbermen working In the fields laid the stone there and forgot to take It an ay, mid the tree grew around It. Marietta (Pa.) Cor respondence, Philadelphia Ilecord. .NEWS KUMiETI.NS IN Kit EAT ItltlTAI.N. D Judge J ,, !.. ' stlck-uplme- the Strain. scientist informs us that closing the eyes nnd relaxing the muscles for n space of five minutes several times n dny helps one to stand the strain of war-tim- e conditions. And here we have been blaming the cops when they were doing n wNo nnd excellent thing, especially when they wore wanted by belnted citizens who were holding a hurried session with New York Times. Cops Stand A well-know- n Fifty Dollars for Newfoundland. Henry VII wns so pleased with tho discoverer of Newfoundland, the first colony added to the crown, that he presented him with n $r0 note. Mr. E. Hall of the Navy league alluded to this circumstance nt n meeting of the Society of Engineers nt Burlington Houe. The fiist effort to colonize for tho British empire, he said, was made in 1000. : S' 100-mar- To Mend Broken China. Tie the broken pnrts of china to- gether with stout string, being sure that the edges meet evenly; then completely submerge the dish In a pan of skim milk and place on back of stove to gently simmer all day. Do not re- move from the milk until thoroughly, cold and even then don't cut the string' for "4 hours. Hot water will not cause the cups to come apart again. Muchadoo About 0. A little book with the title of "The j j i j 100-ma- rk Vet Pocket Argument Settler" has been observed at a book store. Now who In the world over bad such an argument about a vest p'ocket as to try to write n book about It? Maybe tho book wasn't about vest pockets, after J all. Ancient Thessalonika. British soldiers out nt Salonika have little love to spare for the place. "They 5.iy out there," remarked a Welsh wnr- rlor home on leave, "that It dropped out of God's pocket." Yet 18 centuries ngo it had n Christian church so , THIS CHRISTMAS must count as no Christmas of recent Important that St. Paul devoted to it years has counted. The spirit of two of Ids Immortal epistles. Christmas must be kopt up. Only teiihible, wisely selected things can Humane Societies Began in England. bo given, and one gift 'should proiide Tho Boynl Society for the Prevention for many. Here it is an ideal gift, of Cruelty to Animals was founded In for one and the whole family are sure London In 1S24 ; soon Germany, France to be delighted with it. Tho Youth's and the United States organized socle-tie- s for the like purpose, the first UnitCompanion fills the bill completely, coming all new 52 times a year. ed States society having been charStories, Articles, Receipts. Special tered In 1SC0. Pages and more In quantity for all gives in a year. A distinct benefit to Color of Copper. all bands. You give cheer, uplift, Absoluteh mire cornier mnv linv n Inspiration and entertainment an light gray color like that of most other actual need of these times. The metals, since It Is found that copper j Companion Is still only 52.00 a year. which has been ten times distilled In Don't miss draco Richmond's great vacuo has only a pale ro-- color, while the yellow color of sold becomes much serial, Anne Exeter, 10 chapters, lighter under .similar treatment. December 12. Tho following special offer is made to now subscribers: Hell. Dog. 52 issues 1. Tito Youth's Companion Cerberus In undent fireek slory was of 1919. tho .sleepless dog which guarded the 2. All the remaining weokly issues of entrance to Hades; tho lower or Infernal regions In which dwelt the 191S. shinies of the dead. He Is usually rep'.',, The Home Companion Calendar for resented with throe beads, and with 1919. All tho above for only ?2.00 or you serpents round his neck. way include 12 4. McCall'a Magazine fashion Friendship. The numbors. All for only 2.50. Friendship Is the transfiguration of tno liiugazluus may bo sent to sepa- service; the creation of u new motive; redeeming life from Its drudgery, rate addresses if dusircd. nnd sending 'the pulse-bea- t of Joy Into THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St., tho most trivial tusk. Donald Sago Hoston, Mass. Now subscriptions re- Slackay. ceived at this office. The Day's Worst Pun. AVAIt S.WIXCJS SAI.KS XKAIC Speaking of things spiritual, nn IlBIM.IOX MAltlC. licit whisky still bus been found h a church In an Alabama town. Including cash received in the Philadelphia Inquirer. Tieasury Dopuitmout on Octobor 21 j from tho uIo of War Savings secinl-tlo- s, Substitute for Pepsin. thy total Treamiryreculpts from ITenlth experts In tho Philippine nro ?S01,-ir- , this source, amounted to "trIiig to develop an Industry In the IK, st;. tIiIh roprotfonts the pur dried tilled of thn iinnnvn fnp nw..ll,nl chase of War Savings stamp) to thu Vk0 , n substitute for pepsin. total matuiity valua of approximately j ce i ! e nt J Control Your Conduct The worsl kind of unhapplncss, ns Bediiciug Kin Danger. well ns the grentest amount of It, Tho fire hazard should bo considercomes from our conduct to each other. ed in tho location nnd construction nt If our conduct, therefore, were under Krol" (ho control of kindness, it would bo1n" now far,n Is, nnd of farm hulldlugs nro so located and nearly the opposite of what It so the state ot tho world would be 'constructed thnt any flro which might almost reversed. Wo nro for the most break out In one building would bo part tinhnppy bccnue tho world is nn almost sure to destroy tho whole unkind world. But the world Is only group. When a now building Is to unkind for the lack of kindness In the ho erected It is worth whl'lo nt least COU.NTV COUIIT. Individuals who compose it. Fred- - to consider placing it whero It will crick William Fuber. bo reasonably safe from lire starting Meets first Monday In each month. lu any other building nnd whero It Judge Mack Cook. will not bo a menace to other build County Alt'y. A. D. Kirk. New Vegetable Butter. Shea butter, the reddish oil of tho ings'. Clerk W. C. Blnnkcnshlp. Concrete construction is being used West African shen tree (Butyrosper-nuBherllT S. A. Bratcher. Fnrkll), is one of several vegeta-ol- o mi many farms and it is especially Superintendent E. S. Howard. butters that nre now of unusual desirable for smoke houses, incubaJailer Worth Tichonor. Interest to maker of margarine, choc- tor rooms nnd any other small buildTnv Commissioner D. E. Ward. olate, candles and sonp. The sweet ings which nre exceptionally subject Bunejor C. S. Moxley. and wholesome pulp of the nut Is much t() oss ),.. nro Tho first cost of n Coroner E. I. Kodgors. prized by the natives, nnd is said to concrcto building s be nenrly butter. Great generally wlll'lie greater than that of FISCAL COUKT. Brltnln controls the source of supply. 'a wood building of the same size, but s Meets Tuesday after first Monday tho concrete will last practically for- jever, and will seldom need paint or! ln January, April and Octobor. Have Varying Terms, Judges of the stnte supremo courts repairs. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, are chosen for a fixed term of years, Bouto 3. A firo ln 8Uch ending can do raring from two In Vermont to 21 In ,mt ht ,Ulmag0 t0 tno building It- -' 2nd DNtrlct Sam L. Stevens, BeavT"?;1?,"'!- - J" 5i,,0" !tn,? ,mV- - Iwlf. and there Is very little llkell- er Dam. n tun, ul jm.v .eii"-- , t,t;ii nmiei ul eight years, five states of 12 years, hood of Its spreading to any of the aril District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jth District G. W. Bowe, Center-towone of fourteen years nnd ono of fif- adjoining buildings. o teen. Indiana has six years. In nil LOANS TO OL'B ALLIES. nth DIstilct W. O. Daughcrty.Dalze-to'w- n. the states they are eligible for reThe extcntion ot a credit of election. to Belgium mado recently !tli District W. S. Denn, Dundee. by the 7th District makes the total advances B. F. Bice. Fordlvlllo. Decimating. lulled States to Belgium ?S0,020,-00- 8th District B. C. Bhoades, HartOrlclnnlly, decimation was a miliford, Route 5. tary punishment of the Itomnns, who The total amount advanced to date Jealt with largo bodies of rebels, prisHABTIOBD. oners or mutinous soldiers by execut- to all ot our associates In the war ing one man in ten. In popular use Mayor J. E. Bean. loday, decimation means the destrucClerk J. A. Howard. tion of a large proportion of anything; LAItOLI PROCLAIMS Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. N IIIWCARV ItEI'l'lll.ir as, "the epidemic has decimated tho Marshal E. P. Casebler. population," or "the Prussian guards were decimated at Verdun." Berne. Nov. 3, Count Karoll, af ter obtaining a release from his oath i We Knock the Spots Out of Thlngi of fcality to tho Emperor, proclaimed A Bit Twisted, a republic to Hungary, according to A squad of recruits was practicing dispatch to tho Bund from Vienna, i Miiimmiicntlnns down a line of men in ll,e Uet,eso ncwapapcr Die' open order for mation. Ono message Zclt was: "Hard pressed on left; send French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la i at once." To the ItlC WHEAT ABEA. atuii7pmcnt of the officer In charge this Superior Manner. When the otllclal report reveals the Is how It reached him: "Hard up on left; send three dollars nnd four cents number of acres seeded to wheat thLs Send ns your Garments and Set Them at once." Buffalo Commercial. fall It will be the highest on record, There nre a few good reasons for CLEANED CLHAN this. Farmers havo been asked to Fremont's Career. tiriwliion mnro lir,:i tl fur thn rinin-- 1 Packages called for and uellvercA. 'ine term "rntmintier wns n com- nllntpntnrv nlekitiiine crlvrn .Tnhn T try's sake, and they have never yet Fremont in tho presidential campaign faMcd to rGhIond to juch nn appeal., THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB of 1ST.0 In honor of his pathfinding Even whero yields were eo low this A. Ir NaU, Prop. explorations in the region of the year that the crop orought. less than HAItTFOIU). KENTUCKY. Bocky Mountains. But he did not find it cost tho acreage is larger than ' the path to the presidency, receiving usual. Another reason is that many only 114, votes to 174 for James Bu- - farmers havo found wheat to bo pro- c,iannn fitablo, and profit invariably stlmu-- J lates production. Tho labor short- -' ;'K 'ias "'so 'C(' Komo mon to sow ' No Experience. Secured or Your Money Back A kindergarten teacher was telling wheat rather than attempt to raise i If roil tako tbo DrnuRhon Training, tho training thnt mn Indorse Yon the children In her department about crops requiring much tiolp next jear. can tnko It at collriy. or hit mait Writn sparrows; concerning their ways and Tho winter wheat has u very ravor- - Diutuno.vs riiAirricw, m;si.is ollkuk I'adncAh. Kv habits. Among other things she said: able start and we hope for tho Mine "The sparrows eat up the worms. Now kind of a finish. children, which would you, rather havo, norms or sparrows?" "I've never had Ty Cobb, tho basoball star, has riiitni, iuicu mi u uuy uuy near given his three bats and his glove to Ibo front. Ei E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE 'tho Bed Cross to bo auctioned. And Fitting of Glasses American sotdlors and sailors In all parts of Great Britain nro now able to keep In touch with principal nows happenings at homo through tho medium of a daily nows bulletin by the American Bed Cross. Soldiers receive copies of the bulletin on dUcmbnrkliig at British ports nnd tho service has been extended to all camps hospitals, stations nnd naval hares. Tho bulletin was posted on GOO bulletin boards. RECTORY. UOCKI'OilT. James Wilson. Clerk Bushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langfonl. CIRCUIT COUBT. K, W. Slnck, Owcnsboro. C. H. Smith, HartCoin'lh. Attorney Ch'm'n. Board ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hnrtford. iTrustco Jury Fund Cnl P. Keown, Hartford. 1st Monday In March 13 days Com'th. and Civil. lBt Monday In Mny 12 dnyi Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday in Soptonibcr 12 days Civil. 4th Monday in November 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. BEAVEB DAM. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKonnoy. Clerk B. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. V, Stovens. I'OHDHVIIil-i:- . ''B- IY Ch'm'n. Board W. 11. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Police Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR County Board of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordaviller Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Bobcrt Goff, Itoslnc Ky. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beav er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. 0 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, Ky. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday lr February; 1st Monday in April; 1st Monday in Juno; lBt Monday in August; 1st Monday In October; 1st: Monday in December. E. S. County Board of Examiners Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. V. 20. I m two-third- I I Duff. N n. 0. Common SchooV Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common Schoo Diploma Examination. May 17 and IS County Teachers' Examination (white). May 24 and 25 County Teachers Examination (colored). Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Examination (whlto). Juno 2S and 29 County nnd State Tenchcrs' Examination (colored) Sept. 20 nnd 21 County nnd State Tcachcrs' Examination (whlto). Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato 25 nnd 2(i Jan. Stato-Teachcr- s' J' Ladies' and Men's ffcSfl Garments WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A i EBlfv doI help you 11 HMHik. Trsabtnl WEAK SrTZr (Of LUN6S or CONSUMPTIOK FOR ONE MONTH frellne. A quick relict for thai tired, coucbi, pulni in cliejl. nlelil iwralt. hrmor rhicrt, weak lunti oi'contumplion. II tl ike ir ' coli you nothing. J OHIO MEDICAL CO, aM? tilEM I Position B s aj LEXINGTON, KY DUSIHESS DR. J. H. THORPE the. iU Stumor to W3kr R. 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M FLU Fork is Too many fnrmors buy n part or nil of their supply of ment from local stores nnd hucksters. Moat, especially pork, enn bo grown and cured at home for much less than tho cost of the purchased meat, to'sny nothing of n ready market for good country-cure- d hams, shoulders and sides. In Dpltu of this tho custom of farmers purchasing cured meats Is Increasing. It may not ho practicable for every farmer to butcher and euro his own meat, but In nenrly every community n few farmers could do this nnd mako profits. Farmers who sell ood country-cure- d meats have experienced very llttlo difficulty In establishing n pormnncnt trade. To accomplish this ono must understand tho kind of curoil meat his trade demands, and lso how It Is made. Country-cure- d meat often carries too much fat and undesirable odors, nnd Is generally too salty.' A well marbled, juicy, savory pleco of meat showing tho proper admixture- of fat and lean nnd possessing a good flavor Is tho kind tho consumer desires. Tho Poultry Klerk's III. Mock of laying hens 1a ono of tho most valualdo assets tho farmer can possess. Alwnys there Is i demand for "strictly fresh" eggs; nlwnys there Is n top prlco for the ommodlty. Tho unusual conditions now prevailing and which Inevitably must period Indefinite prevail for nn nhould stimulate the fanner materially to Increase- egg production, thereby not only adding to his Income, but supplying another Important cog to the big sustenance machlno with p tho which America Is to 3Iun. A good-size- d food-walloIlt-lp- s llurrrl. n proper kind of flro. Do not tnko too much popcorn nt ono time, not moro than onougli to cover tho bottom of tho popper ono kernel deep. Hold tho poppor high enough nbovo tho flro or hent to keep from burning tho kernels or scorching them too quickly. Tho right degree of hent for best results should make good corn begin to pop In l1 minutes. This gives tho maximum volumo Incrcnso In popping. If It begins to pop in less tlmo or If too largo a quantity of corn Is put in nt one tlmo tho product will not bo so crisp nnd flaky. If It takes much longer for tho popping to begin, either tho popcorn Is of poor quality or tho heat Is probably not great enough, or there may bo other Interfering causes, such as drafts of cold air. If the popcorn is of first clnss condition nnd tho heat Is properly nppllcd, ono pint of unpopped corn should glvo 15 to 20 pints of popcorn. Popcorn hns considerable valuo as a fond and aside from Its uso as a confection, when properly prepared for tho table is superior to ninny hrenkfnst foods now qn tho Public Health Service Issues Oflicial Health Bulletin on Influenza. LATEST WORD ON SUBJECT. Epidemic Probably Not Spanish In Peo-pi- e Origin Germ Still Unknown Should Guard Against "Dropjet Infection" Surgeon General Blue Makes Authoritative Statement. Washington, D. 0. (Spcclnl.) Although King Alphonso of Spain was one of the victims of tin; Influenza domic In l&Kl nnd again this .summer, Spanish authorities repudiate any claim to Influenza ns a "Spanish" If tins pi'ople of this country do not take care the epidemic will become so widespread throughout tho" United Slates that soon wo shall henr the disease called "American" Influenza. In response to n request for definite Information concerning Spanish influenza, Surgeon General ltupert llluo of the i;. S. Public Health Service has authorized the following ufllcliil Inters. that In this disease the number of white corpuscles shows llttlo or no Incrcnso above the normal. It Is polish Ido Hint tin! laboratory Investigations now being made through the National Research Council and the United Stntes Hygienic Laboratory will furnish n more certnln way in which Individual cases of this disease can he recognized." What Is tho course of the dlseace? 'Do people die of It? "Ordlnnrlly, the fever lasts from Ithree to four days and the patient recovers. Hut while the proportion of ihnths In tho present epidemic has generally been low, In somo places tho I'lithrcnk has been severe ami deaths have been numerous. When death occurs It Is usually the result of u complication." What cause3 the disease and how Is it cpread? "Ihicterlologlsts who have studied Influenza epidemics In' the past have found In inuny of the eases a very germ cnlied, after Its small discoverer, Pfelffer's bacillus. In other enses of apparently the same kind of disease there were found pneumococcl, the germs of lobar pneumonia. Still others have been caused by streptococci, and .by others germs with long d Children Cry for Fletcher's She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-- tJy&Mjfc,j All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow n0 one t0 dcceive you ln th3t I toasted Kabblt Itabblt Is most delicious when roasted. After cleaning well, stuff tho body with dressing of salt pork, minced onion, nnd crumbs well seasoned with pepper and salt. The body is they sowed up and roasted for ono hour. A few thin slices of pork are necessary in tho roasting pan to supply fat because rabbit meat Is entirely lean. A gravy made In tho pan after tho rabbit has been removed adds to the finish of tho dish. Itabblt stew Is also delicious. Wild birds are usually roasted in tho samo manner as domestic fowl. Since they lack fat they requlro careful basting to prevent drying out of tho meat. Squirrels aro cooked in much the samo way as rabbit. Squirrel plo prepared in tho samo manner as chicken pie is a special favorite among most lovers of wild gamo. U. S. I). A. st view : What comethinrj Is new? Spanish Influenza? Is It Does it come from Spain? "The disease now occurring In this country and called 'Spanish Inlluen-7.resembles a very contagious kind of 'cold' accompanied by fever, pains names. "No matter what pnrtlculnr kind of germ causes the epidemic, It Is now believed that Influenza Is always spread from person to person, the germs being carried with the air along with tho very small droplets of mucus, expelled by coughing or sneezing, forceful talking, and the like by one who nlready has the germs of tho 'diseases They mny also be carried about In the air In the form of dust coming from dried mucus, from coughing and sneezing, or from careless people who spit on the floor and on the sidewalk. As In most other catching diseases, a person who hns only a mild attack of Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS yj Bears In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CIMTAUR COM RAM V, NEW VORK CITV. a' nl-.- so Coughs and Sneezes Spread Diseases In the bend, eyes, ears, back or other Storing Itcmis In Mine. parts of the body and a feeling of When storing shelled beans for (sickness. In most of the cases the winter uso they can bo protected, symptoms disappear after three or four from weevils by placing them In a days, the patient then rapidly recoverlime. ing. Somo of the patients, however, receptaclo with air slacked About equal parts by weight of lime develop pneumonia, or Inflammation nnd beans are liscd, the llmo being of tlie enr, or meningitis, nnd iniiny of sprinkled through the beans in tho these complicated cases die. Whether This will prevent devel- tlrin container. 'Spanish' Influenza Is opment of weevils and will not Injure identical with the epidemics of lulluen-t- u tho beans for food or seed. of earlier years Is not yet known. Weevil infested beans, peas, break"Epidemics of Influenza have visited Consldorlng winter egg production fast foods, flour or meal should bo this country since 1017. It Is interestonly, exorcise Is not absolutely essen- heated in the oven r?t 118 to 125 ing to know that this first epidemic tial. Much good winter laying has degrees F., to kill all stages of tho was brought here from Valencia, been done by Hocks with very little Insects. They can then bo separated Spojn. Since that time there have xercise, hut such Hocks do not usual- from tho cereals by sifting, nnd from been numerous epidemics of the disly lay as well the rest of tho year, the sound beans ir peas by submerg- ease. In ISSS) nnd 1S00 nn epidemic and. if management Is wrong at some ing in water and skimming off the in- of Influenza, starting somewhere In the other point they are very apt to have fested seeds, which will tend to Orient, spread first to ltussln and more than their duo proporation of float. T..1I. Parks, Ohio State Uni- thence over practically the entire civdeaths toward tho end of tho winter. versity, ilized world. Three years later there of the disease. was another flare-u- p v Preparation To Kill Hoj;x. Stop coughing! you rnck tho lungs Uoth times the epidemic spread wideIn preparing hogs to bo slaughter- and worry tho body. Unllaril's iforo-houn- d ly over the United Stntes. "Although the present epidemic H ed a fast of 24 to 3G hours, plenty of Syrup checks Irritation, heals there Is water, careful handling, nnd rest be- the lungs nnd restores comfortablo ended 'Spanish influenza,'originated no In It slaughter aro all Important In breathing. Prlco 25c, 50c, and $1.00 reason to believe thatwho have studied fore Spain. Some writers securing meat In tho best condition per bottle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. m the question believe that the epidemic for nso, either fresh or for curing came from the Orient nnd they call at' Food in tho stomach depurposes. tendon to the fnet that the Germans ltltOTIllUtS J1KKT AKTKIt composes very rapidly after slaughter mention the disease ns occurring iilonu, 112 YKAUS OF SKPAH.VTIOX. the eastern front In the summer anil anil where tho dressing is slow tho fall of 1017." gases generated often affect tho flaTulsa, Okla.. Nov. 2. Threo How can "Spanish Influenza" be vor of tho meat. Water should bo brothers, two of whom had not seen given freely up to tho time of the years, met each other for sixty-tw- o 'There Is as yet no certain way In slaughter as It keeps the temperature horo during tho recent United Confod-jerat- o which n single case of 'Spanish Influnormul. It Is highly Important that reunion. Tho men aro James enza' ran be recognized. On the oththe animal ho not oxclted In any way ITlornoy, of this city; Thomas Tler-jne- y, er hand, recognition Is easy when! sufficiently to raise tho temperature there is a group of eases. In contrast of Wnxahachie, Tex., and Martin of tho body. It tho animal becomes jTlorney, of Dallas. to the outbreaks of ordinary cough rest heatod it Is betcr to allow it to The family camo from Philadelphia and colds, which usually' occur In tin overnight heforo killing than to risk cold months, epidemics of Influeuzil and after tho Civil War somo of them may occur at any. season of the year, spoiling tho meat. It is also csson-tl- moved .South. James, who Is S2, that tho hog bo carefully handled loft homo when his youngest brother, Thus the present epidemic raged most lutensel.v In Europe In May, June and body. mi as not to brulso its Martin, who is C4, was 2 years old. July. Moreover, in the case of ordinary colds, tho 'general symptoms P'"' r"- (fever, pain, depression) are .by nq Have Corn Pl H means as severe or as sudd.eu In theli' It Isn't everybody who can pop corn onset as they lire In Influenza. FinalKlther it does not pop successfully. FOR FLETCHER'S ly, ordiniiry colds do not spread at all or olso only u small percontngo through the community so rapidly or grains burst Into kernels that of tho so extensively us does Influenza. flaky. For good rearo crisp and ANOTHKIt MliKUTV "In most cases n person taken sick sults the first requisite is to avoid LOAN COM! NO with Influenza feels sick rotheo sudcorn too dry. It should having tho denly. He feels weak, hnsjmlus In tho not bo kept' In a warm or heated Secretary of tho Treasury McAdoo eyes, ears, bead or back, and may bo room. Now pop com may bo used ns has announced that no matter what sore ull over. Many patients feoL soon as It has dried out sufficiently. tho results of tho ponding overtures dizzy, some vomit. Most of the paIt properly stored it may bo ready, for peace may ho, there will bo an- tients complain of fuelingIn chilly, and which Hit with this comes a fever for uso by Christmas. Liberty Loan. To uso his temperature rises to 100' to KM. In pop com will not pop on ac- other If old aro going to have to most cases tho pulse remains relative-- 1 count of having becomo too dry, tho llnnuco peace for n while Just as wo 5" slow. repopping quality mny bo somewhat "In appearance one Is struck by the, hnvo had to finance war." stored by moistening or sprinkling There are over 2,000,000 United fact that the patient looks sick. Ills, very with water boforo popping. If (yes unit the Inner sldo,of his eyelids States soldiors abroad. It wo transdry It may ho soaked in water for a port these men back to tho United Diny be slightly 'bloodshot,' or 'conwhile nnd then spread out to dry for States at tho rate of 300,000 u month, tested,' us tho doctors say. There) dry may he running from the nose, or n fow days before using; or tho It will bo over half a year boforo there may bo some cough. These signs outcorn may ho put In a shady placo they aro ull returned. Our Army, )t n cold mny not ho marked; s doors for a time whom It cnu ubsorb therefore, must bo maintained, victhe patient looks and feels very open air. If inmolsturo from tho tualed, and clothed for many months lick. jured by frost while yot Brcen or "In uddltlon to the nppearanco ami before ripo, nftcr pcuce Is an uctuullty. or it harvested 'lie symptoms us already described, m or ixamlnatlnn of tho patient's blood muy or heated when it is bolng cured, dumugod lid tho physician In recognizing 'Span-til- l If moths nnd weevils havo Influenza,' for It bus been found corn, tho trouble may bo remedied FLETCHER'S FOR tho by those methods. nccossity Given good corn, tho next d nl Lajlug. " Drinking plentiful supply of elenn, fresh A water must always ho nvallable to hens. Tho fowls drink freely, especially when laying heavily, and Mhoulil not bo stinted of such a necessary and cheap material as water. Tho water pan or dish should bo kept clean. In the winter, when tho water may freeze. It Is best that tho pan bo left In tho houso, where It should be raised about n foot nbovo tho floor so that tho hen? will not kick it full of strnw or other litter when scratching for their feed. When tho nlghtsaro cold enough so that tho water Is likely to freeze tho pan should bo emptied each night nnd refilled In tho morning. As Dangerous as Poison Gs Shells Children Cry CASTORIA never-'.heh's- o. , Children Cry CASTORIA the disease himself may give a very severe attack to others." What should be done by those who catch the disease? "It Is very Important Hint every person who becomes sick with Influenza should go home at once nnd go to bed. This will help keep nway dangerous complications nnd will, nt the same time, keep the patient from scattering the disease far and wide. It Is highly desirable that novo'ne be nllowed to sleep In the same room with the patient. In fact, no one hut the nurse should he nllowed In the room. "If there Is cough and sputum or running of the eyes and nose, euro should be taken that all such discharges are collected on bits of gauze or rag or paper napkins and burned. If the patient complains of fever nnd headache, he should be glvoti water to drink, ii cold compress to the forehead and a light sponge. Only such mediis prescribed cine should be given-nby the doctor. It is foolish to ask the druggist to prescribe and may lie dan.'safe, sure gerous to take the and harmless' remedies advertised by patent medicine manufacturers. "If the patient is so situated that lie can lie attended only by some one who must also look after others In tho family, it Is advisable that such attendant wear a wrapper, apron or gown over the ordinary house clothes while In the sick room nnd slip this off when leaving to look nfter the others. "Nurses and attendants will do well to guard ngtilnst breathing in dangerous disease germs by wearing n simple fold of gauze or mask while near the patient." Will a person who has had Influenza before catch the disease again? "It is well known that an nttnek of measles or scarlet fever or smallpox usually protects a person against another attack of the same disease. Tills appears not to he true of '.Spanish Influenza.' According to newspaper reports tint King of Spain suffered an attack of Influenza during the epidemic thirty years ago, and was again stricken during the recent outbreak in Spain." How can one guard against Influenza? "In guarding ngalnst disease of all kinds. It Is Important that the body he kept strong and able to tight oil disease germs. This can bo done by having n proper proportion of work, play and rest, by keeping the body "well clothed, and by eating sufficient wholesome nnd properly selected food. In connection with diet, it Is well to .remember (hut milk Is one of the best foods ubtaluuhle for adults e us well as children. S far as a like Influenza Is concerned, health authorities everywhere recognize the very close relation between Its spread and overcrowded homes. While It Is not always possible, especially In times like the present, to fivohl such overcrowding, people should consider the health danger and make every effort to reduce the homo overcrowding to a minimum. The value of frch nir through open windows cannot he over emphasized. "When crowding Is unavoidable, as In street cars, enro should be taken to keep the face so turned ns not to Inhale directly tho ulr breathed out by another person. "It Is especially Important to beware of the person who coughs or sneezes without covering his mouth and nose. It also follows that one should keep out of crowds and stuffy places as much ns possible, kecji homes, oflices and workshops well aired, spend some time nut of. doors each day, walk to work If nt all pruelleublc In short, mako every possible effort to breathe as much pure ulr ns possible. 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"I wish you would toll mo whore I am," I said. "How did you git hero," was the reply. "I am on my way to tho Lino Creok School, but I think I am lost." "It is a good pleco from horo," tho man answored. "You go down Hound Hollow, up over tho Liznril Loop, through Cubln Crook, then you havo to go over tho Devil's Hack and down through tho Water Hollow, heforo you git thar." My heart sank. How I was to follow such Instructions I could not mako out, hut tho man continued, "Who are you unyway and what's your busi suro-footetl e, J "I am Miss Hammond," I begun. "Oh yes you aro tho moonlight woman we've heard so much about. Wo aro going over thero to that meeting oursolves and wo will all go along together." Such a f! I was utmost ready to lot ono of tho men ride behind mo and I am . suro thut any ono of them would havo been welcome to do so. I restrained my feelings, howover.ind wo plodded on, soon covering the several miles, which lay between us and tho object of our destination. A good school was organized and the four men who Innocently gave mo such a scare somo of tho best pupils. Miss Ida Hello Hammond, our agent in Pulaski county, with this and ninny othor interesting stories, entertained the office forco ot tho Illiteracy Comlsslon when iu Frank-to- rt a fow days ago. Miss Hammond's work In Pulaski county is worthy of tho highest commendation. ness?" bc-cui- ue We buy old FALSE TEETH Wo pay from 52.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). Wo also pay actual value tor Diamonds, old Gold, Send at Silver and llridgo-work. ouco by parcel post and rccolvo cash by return mull. MAKKK'S TOOTH SPKOIALTV, Dept. X. 2007 So. Dtli lUVi St., Philadelphia, Pa. ? " ' "" ' ' f. , , . ... saaMKMW oa War Work HW A 11. " 1 i V, pens Week of November Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., The Salvation Army, American Library Association, War Camp Community Service, Knights of Columbus. J. W. B., County WILL To Contribute Wore $5, 000 This Worthy Cause JAMES CARDINAL GIBBONS SAYS: Why You Should Give Twice as Much as You Ever G&ve Before THE need is for a sum 70 per cent greater than any gift ever asked for since the war began. By giving to these seven organizations all at once, the cost of six additional campaigns is saved. UNLESS Ohio cauniians do give twice as much as ever before our soldiers their various and sundry Hostess Houses, Movie Shows, Stage Stars, Recreation Buildings. and sailors may not enjoy during s 1919 WHEN you give double you make sure that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of these organizations every step of the way from home to the front and back again. "They are our sons and brothers; flesh of our flesh. We have sent them across the sea to fight, but we are determined that they should know that the people at home are fighting with them standing with them, shoulder to shoulder." "It's an American Campaign and its appeal is one that no American can refuse we cannot shirk." C. OWEN HUNTER, Afid Ohio rnriffncim'rTr u HEFWN. County's Quota is $5,000 County Chairman, United War Work Campaign Y go, Illinois, is visiting her sister. 1JOS1XE. unlay until Monday with her aunt, '.H IN JAMISON IX IMnrlo Thomas. Lena fonilm Rtimivn Mrs. H. L. Leach. Mrs II. C. Lake FKAXCK WHITES HOME. Thomas; Messrs. Luther Daniel, Mr. William H. Lake started MonMr. Iloliert Haynes, of the Great , Many of our old friends were in community are The farmers of this i" "ugerinan, Walker Carter, Curtis ' day to Greenville, Miss., whero ho Lakes Naval Training Station, visited 'town Tuesday. very busy with their fall work. Somewhere in ranee. Sometime in Whobrey, Everett Shnfer and Kay Mrs. Jesse Craig, who has been will accept a position as depot agent. September. Mr. Jesse Foster, of near Itock- - his parents last week. Cornell. Cooper is visiting Mr. sicl: for some time, is no better. Mr. Eurl Carter, of Ceralvo, was Mrs Fred Mr. J. II. Jamison. Contcrtown, Ky. port, has purchased the farm of Mr. Mrs. Win. Potts, who has been in town Saturday. Everett and Arthur Mllllgans' of this ' and Mrs. G. P. Trout, of Winchester, Dean papa, mother and brother: DO XOT OYEItl.OOK DETAILS at home for a few days, will return Miss Lavlna James spent Monday 1 am In my dugout some ir. feet placo and the Milligau hoys have Ky. OF CIUSTMAS LAIIEL I'L.W Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Mason have re to the Jewish Hospital, Louisville. with her cousin, Mrs, O. L. Iloss. bought Mr. George Johnson's place under ground at this time and the Mr. Orvllle Ashby ha. purchased Heches are shelling ns tilte a bit, ceived word that their' sou, Private Little Eva Rf?ie Lunchford, daughof Nocreek. It must bo emphasized that chap Miss Sallle Patton, of Pleasant Kohert Mason, who is in France, has ter of Mr. Tom Lunchford, died Fri- a house and lot on Plum street, from so If some of these words are ters may glvo out cartons ONLY upday of the "tin." L. II. Wade. heen slightly wounded. Uldge, is visiting Mr. Tom Tanner don't bo surprised. Mother, Misses Mary Itayland and Lorctta Mr. II. L. Leach died at his home your last letter was dated Aug. 22, on presentation of a Christmas perthis week. mit label. In caso the label Is lost A lot of things have happened since Tom crow, who has heen sick for Friday morning at 2 o'clock with Crowder were the guests of Miss In the mall, u gift mny be provided Old Enough, uniAvus buried in Sunny-sid- o Dessie Austin Sunday. pneumonia, then, wo hnvo hlin.'d several miles the past week is improving. through tho foreign agencies of The bagpipe was known in Englnnd through cemetery Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tulton' Embry vlst-e- d He Napollan SimHorn to the wife of dark muddy roads, living in Is survived by his wife, three dill, Emory's sister, Mrs. Ed Davis, and Ireland as enrly ns the twelfth. barns and forests, though we con- largo department stores. Mr. mons the 31 a nlno pound hoy. century, nnd Is believed to have been Mr. and Mr. Seth Itiley, of near dren, his mother and father, and of ISutler county, Sunday. in existence before the Christian era. sider it all In the days work and don't Cartons are packed in lots of 200. Valeria and Zona Wilson Misses mind it a bit. Mother. I went out to Uuford; visited Mr. N. N. Kussell three brothers. . m were guests of Mrs. Hud Williams a little vlllngo last evening to buy If a chapter asks for some number' Thursday. last IWltM kok saw:. Saturday night. Flfty.Flfty. mo u chicken and not knowing how not a inultlplo of two hundred, the Virgil Itlgga and family visited at Mr. Alan WallaJb. who has been i Nat Goodwin is blamed for the fol- -' to speak french I had lo run the surplus should bo obtained ut ono .Too Thoinassons Sunday. Farm between Dundee' and Mngan WOl'killir at Caiim Knov. rami, linnm . wing:. John's wife never knows jehleken down to make thei .i in..),.. - id the emergency stations listed in Carl Henfrow wife and child spent . ,. , , , uiiiicithe "News" October 28. '" l Saturdny night and Sunday at Mr. for sale. 51 acres of good farming Wednesday to get his classification but ne.thVr , nVs ""' See CAL P. KEOWN. land h. card. you think? after running What Lewis Kastordavs. Ilurtrord, Ky. tho chicken all over the village they Postal regulations cover the sendMr. Fred Johnson and family, of I1"" at would not sell It to me, the old ing ot holiday gifts to Ited Cross Moving Pictures In Books. Pleasant Hill, visited Hob Johnson Do you get up at night? Sanol is ! Results Will In a book a Minneapolis inuu has in- - frenchman Just said tho chick all nurses, Y. M. c. A. mid K. of V and family Sunday. surely the best for all kidney or blad-- j Startle Rockport workers overseas. The Christmas vented for children pictures of ha. The stork visited the homo of i der troubles. Sanol gives rollef in t..,.i ,', ..... ... ......, ,..... " jump out In a lifelike manner anlmnls finish, are ha in the bent of "' Wo us the all ""'"; Coleman Cundlff one day last week 21 hours form all backache and blad- - . ,, . health parcol label plan concerns only soln Kin huh pages nro turned. Sanol Is a guaranteed ,u"' """!' "i" " and 1 am certain will bo on our way diers overseas and any marine whoso und left a fine girl, Amelia Kath- Mlor troubles. COc and $1.00 a bottle at weak, strained eyes was helped by jromedy. homo soon. Please wrlto often und "ddrenK is American arine. Expeditionary I Iffiyr O.NH application. the dru;: storo. Her mother could Forces. don't worry about mo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murrey who Will It Return to Its Owner? Till! unit' ... lii'iil ItnniiiL'n et ...... ..nt. f ,v..,. ..k.uuoi ui V) V JJU1J.9. Your loving son, with lots of love, have been at the bedside of Mrs. Flexible tips feature new umbrella In one week her trouble was gone. A ."Murrey's brother, have returned to AKVJN JAMISON. ribs, which their Inventor claims will SOWIIKItS LETTHU. their homo at Clear Hun. Farmors are busy gathering corn mall bottle of Lavoptlk Is guaranteed prevent an umbrella from being blown i2 11, "07. :160th Amb. Co. :tirth Sani .10 neip i'ivisin cahw weak, strained inside out. tary Train, A. E. F. France. Mrs. Mary Itlgg ami Mrs. Ethel and hauling wood. In Franco, October 8, 191S. oyos. ONE WASH startles TJgthur Itussoll. James Kirk received u telegram or Inilamoil Dear Paronts: Just received your T- with its nulck results. Aluminum oyo KOK SALE. Mr. Lent Porter and family visited Monday announcing the serious Illletter. r Very glad Indeed to hoar Have a Care. at .Mr. Hill Itlloys of near Contor-tow- n ness of his son, Alva Kirk, who is in cup'FUKE. Harrel Dros., druggists, A tract ot land, containing eleven Troiii you, und to Don't fell your troubles to a policeknow that you nro at Kockport. l man unless you are looking Sunday. tho cantonment at Annlstou, Ala. well. This leaves mo fine. for more acres, lying opposite tho Mill Mr. S. L. Whlttuker nnd family Mr. Kirk and County. Attorney A. I). property und. adjoining tho trouble. Wo aro having quite a bit of rain LOVES TO FIGHT. visited Ira Ellis and family Sun- Kirk loft iinmutlUtcly f;n Alabama. brick yard, in Heaver Dam. Price rea- hero and tho nights aro very cool day. Dr. Duff was called to soe the insonable, ictf over here, nnd our dugouts nro very Pensacola, Flu., Nov. 4. "I will bo Time for Kindness. fant of Mrs. Pruda Sowers lust night. buck In i Sirs. OSCAU STEVENS. damp. 1 took a stroll today ami t thirty days to servo with-thThere Is no day so short nor so full Health is very good at present. Heaver Dam, Ky. found a Gorman stovo which they JRAISE THE BEST HOG Marine Corps until peace comes," that It does not glvo a clianco to do There Is only u few cases of tho flu. said loft bohlnd.ln their retreat, So I Gunner Sergt. N. G. Jarrett, af- u. kindness. O. I. C. The throe year old child of Hohurt ter his havo It In my dugout. JUTKKIIiriiS sixth honorable discharge It certulnly Hamilton died lust week with the makes things comfortable. OLATOX. from tho United States service to-- i All that Hue and was burled at Mt. Morlah. Uov. M. G. Shell will begin u sor- - Is lacking is a good i.,i sonm .,r Some breeding stock for Kuv. It. E. Fii'iuu and family and day, when ho loft for Paducah to visit relatives. Leo .Puttursonjs very sick at this les of meeting at Concord Sunday, J tn0 l)0'8 r Sleeping in German beds, Lonnlo Wade and family were in sale. provided the Hit bun i.s lifted by the T,l0' certainly had things llxed up Ho is one of tho old army bchool, writing. Sunday. und has seen twenty-nin- e Miss Essye Lynch visited hor sister, appointed tlmo. iuei.v inn uioy uro leaving them now. LOYALL P. BENNETT, years' serMisses D.iud Finjiia, Inez and Covy Mr. (1. It. Hlckoy and family spent 1 imve experienced more than I am vice at Santiago, tho Philippines, tho Mrs. T. C. Pauly ut Clovorport, Ky., Route 7 Kirk spent Saturday night with Mr. Hoxur rebellion und heard tho first Saturday and Sunday. I8t3 Sunday with relatives ut Whltesvlllo. ullowed to wrlto. as you know wo o and Mrs. J. T. Taylor. Mr. G. It. Hlckoy and finally mo- uro ullowed to say but little. So' I shot tired at Vera Cruz. Mrs. Marvin Grant Is visiting her . Miss Zoda Raymond Is tho guest ItE.WKIt DAM. tored to Owensboro Tuesday, return- will close. parents at Fordsvlllo this week. will wrlto again so.,.,. of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk. CENTKKTOWX. Sgt. HYHON MeCLUUK, Elbert, Hazel and Marlon Patterson ing tho syiuo day. Mr. Ira 1). Funk Is building an Mrs. I. S. Mason and daughtor Mr. W, F. Cornell and family have luado' a business trip to Hartford Hal. A. COth Artillery. were the guests of relative in Owens-bor- o addition to his house. Mr. J. F. 11(11 Is very low with inn Saturday. hud a very light attack of inilueiizu, Clarence Patton is contemplating laria fever at this writing. lust weak. Mr. Choster Wado, of Owensboro, Iloss Allen loft Tuesday, for In- i.v HA.rocK corxTv. Mr. Osuar Leach, of Dayton, Ohio, building a new house. Mr. Koach has moved Into the dlanapolls, Indiana. Is visiting his sister. Mrs. Willie HarU In town having been called here property recently occupied by Mrs. I Wymun Patterson accldently o den. Hawesvlllo, Ky., Nov. c. Honry ly Hit death of It In brother, Mr. II. Ashby. -- """" ehaiged u shot gun while hunting Mr. L. H. Combs, ,of Iiouvor Dam, Mason, a Democrat, was L, Luuoh. elect. Mr. C. L. Ashby and son who havo Thursday, part of tho load taking visited his mother here this wcok. county nttornov and Avoid rtiftffig&X receiving Mix. Willie Ilurro and baby, of been very stuk with inlluenza are effect in the loft hand, tho wound is Mr. and Mrs. Clmrloy Whobrey en- - 704 votes to G73 for I) J Morrison lllliiiiiit, are visiting .Airs. Ilurgess n blu to lis out again. only slight. tertuined a few ot their frlonds Tubs- - Uepubllcun. Ilruner und Heavrln PHrunU Mr. mid Mrs. llusil Taylor. A small child of Mr. mid Mrs. lIon! day night in honor of their sUtor, carried tho county by Odio Cooksoy, whoso house 8man maJorl. Mr. I. S. Mason Is visiting his wm brought hero und ed recently, is progressing nicely MUs Hazel Jonos, ot Indinnapolis. iiiuuer received 721 votes family this week. with his new ono. Ho carried no in- - Those presont were: Misses Hazel' Stanley 055; Klncholoo 001, every Cake luii.-- last Friday. Mii-- . HobI Gertrude Gardener, of Chleu- MI-.Ma Matthews spent from Sat- - surauce. i JJonos, Tina Midkltt, Zolphu Whobrey, bou C&0; Settle CC2 and Heavrln 70L I ( " ,i ? '"- - ,,,.,.r ''. com-pany- o-- dls-lle- .". burn-McKluu- h&T?sftin w.