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ARMISTICE TERMS SPELL SURRENDER H&attfoxb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS fkjmblicim Subscription $ .50 per Year- 1 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918. hold by tho Germans Is to bo released without any obligation to rcstoro to Germany her ships now In tho hands of tho associated governments. Germany Is to notify tho neutrals thoy nro frco to trado with tho associated governments without molestation. In n word, tho Iron ring Is tightened and at her bordors tho civilized world waits while Germany reforms herself from within. Truce Lasts Thirty Dajs. Tlio duration of tho nrmlstlco Is thirty days and vnrlous periods nro specified within thoso thirty days for specific compliance with certain terms. One provision of tho armistice, which was supplementary to tho text as first drawn by tho supremo war council nnd, therefore does not appear In tho text as President Wilson delivered it, was inserted after the Gorman revolutionaries took possession of tho German fleet. It provides that If tho fleet Is not delivered as specified in tho agrcempnt, tho associated governments muy occupy tho Heligoland fortress asTin advanced base to secure possession of It. AiivIoim Hours .lust Ahead. Having clipped tho military autocracy of Its fangs, tho associated gov ernments will wait for tho next thrr- ty days, while tho terms of tho armistice are being carried out to see y what sort of n government in they will hnvo to deal with. Ger-mnn- No. 20 NEW CLOUD RISING ON - EUROPE'S HORIZON Forts, Battleships, Guns, Invaded Lands Subs, Given Up. Washington, to-ln- y. Conflagration May Break In Dozen Nations At Once. Signing of tlit) nrmlstlcu with Germany was proclaimed Stripped of Its malicious power, the military autocracy, Its masters driven to exile, stands before tlio world's court of Justlco, having subscribed to terms of surrender which probably will bo recorded In history as the most drastic and complete over measured out to n defeated foe. Not Scrap of Heading of the full toxt of tlio tonus discloses measures the United States and tho allied governments have- takon to guarantee that Germany's acceptanco shall not bo a scrap of paper and to Insure- the destruction of. the jnllltary caste whlcji onco could secretly and of Its single choice disturb the peace of tho world. Having lifted the yoke of militarism from the peoples of tho Central umpires, the allies now turn to tasks : of humanity and mercy to bind up l'AVIXG THE TEACHERS. their wounds and feed tho hungry, meanwhile hocking to' guldo them At n meeting of tho county board to a placo In tho family of nations from which thoy can take a part In of education, held in the Superininsuring that another such l.GOO days tendent's ofllco Friday, an ariange-mewas agreed upon whereby the of blood and horror need never come Superintendent was authorized to again . borrow money with which to pay tho Truro Tonus Suniiunrii'd. Mr. Howreparation and resti- teachers for one month Kvacuatlon, ard hnd, by UBlng economy, saved tution are the keynotes of tho armis- enough of tho county's money to pay tice. for one month, and by the combined Hero are the principal things Germany must do, or, powerless beforo action tho teachors will now receive pay for the two months work. Just tbo victorious allied armies, will have boforo tho election a letter from tho done for her: them e, office of tho state superintendent said Immediate evacuation of pay Helgium, Luxemburg, Rus- "Tho money for tho teachers will bo coming right along now," but, desia, and Uuiuania without further as wo suspected, the letter was sent struction or harm to Inhabitants. no furoccupation by American and out for polltlcnl effect, and Thon, ther news of state money for the allied troops of all the countries on tenchors has reached tho superintentho west bank of the Rhine. dent. neuThen, further, creation of a zono in a strip of.territory on tho NEW RULES .M.IK tral oast bank of the Rhine, thirty kiloFOR SOLDIER INSURANCE meters about twenty miles) wide, halfway extending fcom Holland 13. PreparaWashington, Nov. down to tho Swiss border and twen- tions by tho government for reinsurty kilometers wldo for tho remain- ing tho lives of soldiers and sailors der. on their return hnvo been hastened Meanwhile, as a guaranty of good by tho bignlng of tho armistice. Alfaith, tho occupation by American though regulations havo not yet been and allied troops of Maycnce, Coblonz fully drafted, It Is certain that each of and Cologne, the principal crossings tho 4,250,000 men In the military or of tho Rhine, with a naval service now holding voluntary radius about the bridgeheads. Government Insurance will bo perOn tho eastern front all German mitted within Jive years after peace troops are to bo withdrawn from ter- Is declared to convort it without furritory which, beforo tho war belong- ther medical examination Into ordined to Russia, Rumania or Turkey. ary life, twentypay life endowment, Then, tho German war machlno maturing at tho ago of 62. or other must disarm. Tho principal portions prescribed forms of Insurance. of its navy must be handed over; This Insurance will ho arranged by arms, munitions and engines of war tho Government, not by private comnumborod by tho thousands nro to panies, and tho cost Is expected to bo bo takon from tho army. at least ono fourth less than similar American and allied prisoners nro forms offered by prlvato agencies. to at onco bo repatriated, without Tho low cost will result from the fact reciprocal action by tho nssoclatod that the Government will pay nil governments, and tho thousands of overhead adminstratlon expenses, wretched civilians dragged off Into which for prlvato companies amount slavery from tho Invaded territories to about 17 per cent of premium renro to bo returned. ceipts; will save tho usual solicitation Tho provision for compensating tho fee, and in addition bear the risk reoccupied territories for tho havoc sulting from tho wounding or weakwrought by tho Invadors Is contained ening of men, whllo in tho sorvice. "reparation for Prlvato companies would not write In a simple sontonco damage- done." lusuranco on many woumlod men or Treaties Knocked Out.'' their rates would bo unusually high. Pay Premiums Monthly. As a stop to restoring tho map Tho Government will nrrango to lines, tho treaties of which laid Russlu prono, and of collect premiums monthly If mon wish Rum-uni- a, to pay this way or for longer periods llucharoht, which plundered Money, In advance. This may bo done thru must bo abandoned. securities, precious metals and other tho post office. Tho minimum valuables looted from tho 'invaded amount of Insurance to bo issued countries must bo returned In trust probably will bo $1,000 and tho muxi-luui- n $10,000, with any amount to tho ullles until tho conclusion of those sums in multiples of peace. $D00. There will be provision for )n tho West, tho railways of tlio vuluablo stores of payments In case of disability as well Iron and coal,, all the stores and sup- as death, according to tho tentative plan. plies in Belgium with arms and Tho Insurance may bo purchased nmonts must bo bunded ovor. In tho Knot, tho Hlack Sea ports by any soldior, sailor or marine ofmust bo evacuated, tho warships tak- ficer or enlisted man and by women on by Germany from tho Russians members of tho army or navy nurse must bo surrendered; In tho llaltlc, corps providing they already hold forts and duronbos barring tho way Government voluntary life lusuranco. to tho Categnt must bo delivered, and About 35 por cent of tho 4,500,000 thoro must be frco access to tho soa mon In tho service are covered by this insurance, which oxplros after they for tho ullles. allied blockade Is to remain go back to civilian lifo and ccubo payTho This is the system German ing premiums. Meanwhile unchanged. ships nro to bo doltvored dovUed to ruplaco tho old pension merchant and for missions 'of inorcy in carrying plan of providing for food to tho starving; allied shipping sailors. Nov. 11. I rPr. London, Nov. 12. Tho most serious question of tho hour, In the opinion of some newspapers here, is how far Kuropo Is infected with Bolshevism. and Some Gorman newspapers some in neutral countries continue to warn the Allies not to push Germany too far to the wall lest she bo driven Somo English newsInto anarchy. papers consider this as German propaganda to gain leniency. Tho general British viow appears to be summarized in the question whether tho most of rehabilitation of Europe should be borno by tho victims of devastation or by its authors, nnd in tho declaration that tho German armies should 'bo deprived of protest. oil arms In tho interests of Germany herself, thus mnklng intcmnl fight- LIBERTY IiKLLS PEAL TIDINGS OF PEACE. ing less possible when tho armies arc to-da- y. I been called to meet immediately. am without Information as to tho developments since, but I Hcliovo Hint tho strike cither has failed or will do so very shortly, slnco it cannot hope for tho general support of tho Swiss." I'eur Russia's Example. Minister Sulzcr has received a copy of tho manifesto addressed to tho Swiss people by tho Federal Council on November 8, when troops wore ordered out, explaining the steps ns necessary "to copo with the situation created by certain groups of newspapers which openly and secretly threaten to repeat in Switzerland tho revolutionary experiments of Russia. Tho Bolshevist mission to Switzerland refused to leave In accordance with tho orders given It by tho Swiss Government, and was expelled from Berno by military force, according to diplomatic dispatches received Tuesday noon a detachhere ment of soldiers barred the street in front of tho house occupied by the mission, while threo motor trucks All tho backed up to the sidewalks. Russian possessions were thrown Into tho carts, while a crowd hooted nt Bolshevik emissaries who tried to SHIVERS AS HE GIVES UP county supported the tax. It Is very evident that tho day Is soon coming: when Ohio County Is going to mako CROWN up Us mind to havo better roads. I A Voter. Kaiser Deeply Moved But Didn't Vacate Until He Saw Finish. London, Nov. 10. SHERIFF AND .JUROR MUST PAY PENALTIES 2:40 p. m. Emperor William signed a letter of abdication Saturday morning nt tho German grand hcadpuartcrs in tho presence of Crown Prince Frederick Wlllam and Field Marshal Hlndon-buraccording to a dispatch from Amsterdam to the Exchango Telegraph. g, nt Alsace-Lorrain- thirty-kilomet- re Hrcst-Lltovs- k, Alsac- e-Lorraine,, Slnco commercial travelers were, racing for trains has been a part and Early Monday night tho court parcel of their dally experience, and. houso and church hells in Hartford so skilled they become in the long; chimed In joyful unison the glad tidpracticed art they usually find a way. ings of peace. Tho entlro populaAnd Jack found a way. Jack is In the pleastion turned out to share young, gracious and engaging, and a. After four years of ing festivities. n many." favorite with the girls. Besides the Nov. 13. A long, dark night of war tho Berno Switzerland, The emporlor was deeply moved. alluring attention of a trio of Harthad come and tho dread of general strike has begun throughout death was broken. Old and youugw Ho consented to sign the document ford's pretty girls, it was peace celeSwitzerland. shared alike In tho splendid celebra- only when he received the news of bration night, and Jack was brimming-ovewith patriotism. With three of were the tho latest events In the empire. tion. But the happiest Nov. Washington, 13. Switzerwere Serious food, difficulties are ex- the sweetest girls In all the great mothers whoso sons land's general strike, which comWomen, stooped of shoulder pected in Germany owing to the wldo world, vying with each other to menced this week, has objects which and gray of hair, danced with joy. stoppage of trains. ' Tho Council of appear the most engaging, with bells are revolutionary and political rath- Tho baby boy could now come home the Regency will take tho most dras- ringing, bonfires flaming, horns tooter than economic and has had direct to hug tho breast, that nursed his In- tic stops to reestablish order. ing and guns booming, it suddenly incitement from tho Bolshevik organ- fancy. Tho dread specter of an unoccured to Jack that It wanted ization in Russia, according to Hans marked grave In a foreign land no THE FLU conditions minutes of train time and Sulzer, Swiss Minister to tho United longer Beaver Dam fivo miles away. To haunted a mothors mind. Far States. The influenza situation in tho coun- complicate complexity the taxi men Into the night tho bells continued Mr. Sulzer sketched circumstances re- ty has improved, but it is still serious. wero all filling prior engagements. men and women for their chorus, and leading up to tho strike He had linger to hear the Tho present storm centers of the dis- Jack was bewildered. Though with- mained on the strcots the Associated Press. last dying peals. Peace, glorious ease are eBaver Dam, Taylor Mines- ed too long. Could tho house manaout information ns to tho progress of poace, was again restored to oarth, and Williams. Conditions at Rock- ger have seen tho ravishing beauty tho movement, he expressed complete nnd the celebration was appropriate Port Echols and Simmons, where so and heard the rich mellow voices of confidence thnt It would fall to break many fatuities occured, are greatly Jack's bewitching entertainers he to tho welcome ovont down tho present Svibs Government, Improved. North of the river, as far could have forgiven him for lingering; which ho said had the support of tho up as Magan, the disease seems never on the spot forever, but Jack knew THE ROAD TAX ELECTION. overwhelming proportion of tho popto have gained a very decided foot- - the manager didn't know, and besides ulation. d and. Tho defeat of the road tax at tho'jhold. There have been between managers, usually Great Industrial Unrest. recent election does not finally dls- -t three and four thousand cases in tho grouchy husbands, will make 'small couuty, and about one hundred allowance for pretty girls on tho "For somo tlmo there has been courage the friends of good roads. nnd unem- 1932 voters, or ouly 529 short of ma- deaths from tho disease. There liro road. Jack was terror stricken. The great industrial unrest something more than a thousand term of his engagement with his one ployment In Switzerland, duo to gen- jority, registered in favor of it. This now by real Wonder Girl was approaching; conditions, nnd Intensi- result shows a remarkable change In cases. Tho danger appears to be eral world of good no means past and the people should and it was a calamity to think that public sentiment iu favor fied by our general location," Minisbo also use tho greatest possible caution ter Sulzer said. "Food has been In- roads hlnco tho road tax election if Hartford is the only town in the coun- - his term with tho house might finds a. approaching. But necessity not two years ago. If an organization sufficient and raw mnterial has ty that has so far escaped. A few way. A single machine was parked been obtainable with which to keep had been formed and the public are thoroughly informed as to the condi- mild cases have appeared here, but at the curb. Whose n.obody cared. nil plants employed. Then thero a serious typo. However, The owner could wait and still 30,000 deserters and undcslrnblo tions and effects of the tax it would none of for the malady hold his job. Besides it would not har- doubtless have carried at tho recent it Is possible aliens from belligerent countries bo In tho heart of mere man to scold agitation to scourge the town yet. roads Good boring in and around Zurich, where election. m threo girls, especially threo pretty should bo consistently carried on, centered. trouble has THE VOTE OX THE UOAI) TAX. girls, for playing a sort of Red Cross "Tho Russian Bolshevik Govern- tho people properly educated and tho charity to a young man In troublo. ment, though not recognized, had a right result assured when another It Is very evident from tho vote In a jiffy a car and four were cutting" I lid (lllpstldll. vntn Is nil representative in tho country, who jthat was polled In favor of the twenty tho angles of tho streots nt breakwas tolerated upon his ngreonient to cent road tax an last Tuesday that a neck speed. . It was celebration A SAD ACCIDENT. against our rofratn from propaganda largo number of people of Ohio coun- - night and tho speed limit was off. democratic form of government. This . Tho happy Incident of peace was ty have awekened to tho necessity Tho signal horn was continuously-soundedpromise ho did not keep, but Instead The occasion mado it pracof ono death iu Ohio of sood roads and have awokenod also engaged more or less openly In agi- tho occasion county Monday night. While tho to tho fact that the only possible way tical and still not alarming. tation. to get thorn is to go right after them posts flow by like shadowy sen"Affairs culminated when tho peace celebration wa iu progress '"" Py 'or thoin llko otner counties tinels on some outpost of war. Beordered troops In- at McHenry some persons loaded an Swiss Government The wholo lated travolors, warned by the-- con- do that havo good roads. to Zurich to maintain order, which Iron plpo with powder ns an lmpro- magisterial district in which d tinuous gong, gave the madly rushing:' was done last week. Tho Socialist vised celebration gun. Taking refuse machine tho right of way, and It protecting objects, the fuso'vlllo Is located returned a largo cencommittee, which controls tho attached for firing tho pipe. But Jorlty in favor of tho tax. Tho entire shot across the track at Beaver Dam, labor organizations, ordered the tral minim? district voted strongly In till but touching tho nose of the cowGovernment to remove tho soldiers tho curiosity of an r of tho lax. Tho minors tool catcher of No. 131. Jack's Job was C. Craddoc got the best of of Mr. or faco a general strlko, to begin on greatly Imposed upon on tho road safe, and his wedding will come off Sunday. Naturally, my Government him and. peoplng from behind a tele- for the reason that thoy on schedule tlmo. The dear, daring; phono polo behind which ho had would not bo dictated to In any such nearly nil llvo In towns and have no girls hurrldely returned tho imon rofugo. tho plpo exploded, and a fashion. Tho strike followed. especial uso for country roads, yet, pressed car to tho spot whore tho "Tho Swiss Parliament has now piece of tho plpo blow his head off. i uecnuso iiieir towns aru not iiicuriiuownor should expect to find It, happy rated llko tho other towns of tho in tho sorvlco thoir daring hud done out as 'for Jack, but happily unconclous of county, they aro parceled road hands and required to help tho fact that thoy had saved Jack a. work tho roads, or else thoy pay Job and a bride. But tho good Lord-wilfrom two to fivo dollurs a piece for unyway, Judge us by tho Intenour point of viow no more mediate death. Undor an agreement homebody to work tho road and re- tion not by tho event of our acts. From unfortunate) comtflne was over under- Just signed by sixteen Ohio county lievo them of that duty. MARRIAGE LICENSE. The vote shows that practically taken in Ohio County than that now physicians his life may pay tho penalbeing formed by tho doctors. Com- ty of his poverty. The doctor In tho all tho towns voted pretty hoavlly Tho following llcenbo to wod, havo binations to forco Individuals to a adoption of his profession assumes In favor of tho tax. This shows u Is undertaken tho duty of giving Immediate service lino spirit on the part of tho town been Issued by County Clerk, given action, whether It recontly: with tho counIt Is a moral duty. people In by captains of Industry or neighbor- whon balled. Roy Quinn, Rockport, to Minnie Is n wrong and harm With tho doctor as with others giv- try peoplo In the building of bettor hood regulators, n. Kimble, ful principal, and whero it canuot ing service, tlio laborer is worthy or roads and shows a willingness on the Hudson, Rockport; E. his hire, and wo, havo no argument part of tho town pooplo to shouldor Mcllonry, to Lllllo Hurt, Simmons; by statute should bo be met by tho united action of tho to offer against tho justlco of such their part or the responsibility though Charlie Carpemer, Hartford, to Mary wauaco, Ho has a just right to this Ts no more than right for tho Taylor, iiartroui; nouurt peoplo. Wo undorbtand tho doctors payment. warn his patient that his labor must reason that tho banks, btores and Roslno, to Ilottlo Taylor, Roslne. aro often Imposed, upon. But so aro or town necessarily tho merchants, the lawyers and tho bo paid for, undor penalty of with- other business A Hartford physician tells this ono. But tho action and certainly receive tho bonellt of un- drawal of sorvlco. nowspap'ors. Sickness is tho ono The doctor wu3 examining an appliany Improvement iu tho country. foreseen obligation every ono must should be individual, not collective. Thoro was a largo majority In favor cant for Insurance. Tho applicant Incur. If thoro Is any vlrturo In tho Combinations, pledged to unity of acof tho tax Iu sevoral precincts and on- wus asked what his lather died of. practice of mcdlclno It lies chioriy iu tion, by men holding a monopoly of any commodity or power, Is agalnsl ly In a few precincts was tho number and wanting to mlulmizo tho seriousits Immediate application. Tho A majority ness or the risk, ropllod. "Oh, It wus smull that voted for It. public policy and a precedent man may fall n victim to Ho dlod of tho flu, or tho largest tax payers in Ohio nothing serious. to establish. with Im uud bo threatened repatriated. Newspapers In Sweden, Spain, Holland and even Norway express apprehension over tho spread of tho red flag movement. The troubles In Switzerland also causo uneasiness. Tho Gorman crown qrlnco signed his renunciation to the throne shortly nfterward. It is believed that King Ludwlg of Bavaria and King Frederick August of Saxony also havo abdicated. and tho former The crown prince wero expected to take leavo pf their troops on Saturday, but nothing has been settled regarding their future movements. Before placing his signature to tho document an urgent message from Philip Scheldemann, who was a Socialist member without portfolio in tho imperial cabinet, was handed to the omperor. Ho read it with a shiver. Then ho signed tho paper, saying: "It may be for the good of Gerer Attorney C. Commonwealths went to Calhoun Monday to Protest n motion for a new trial In circuit court, of W. A. Shacklefont and J: E. Coghlll, who had been fined at a former term of court, on a. charge of obstructing' justice. Tho charges grow out of a trial of Mann Coghlll was a. Gibson for murder. juror at tho trial of Gibson and it was charged that Shacklcford, who was then sheriff, separated Cowghlll from the jury and Influenced him In tho matter of his action of juror. Both. Shackleford and Coghlll were Indicted, tried and convicted. Shackle-for- d was fined $429 and forty-eigdays in jail; Coghlll was given a fino of $220 and twenty-thre- e days in Jail. After hearing arguments or counsel for tho defendents and commonwealth tho court overruled tho application for a new trial. ht m JACK MADE HIS TKAIN. peace-daw- r "over-there- ." only-twent- y to-da- y hard-hearte- tnl.-n- I Tele-ph- ono Fords-behin- ma-w- as ' elevcn-years-o- fa-s- ld , THE DOCTORS' COMBINE. l, Illank-cnsh- lp check-mnte- d ( pen-nllo- si dan-goro- TT7 ' V Hfr.i-fa- - 5JT NATIONS WILL ENFORCE PEACE Plans For League Are Be- coming Much More Concrete. By Wlllam Washington, Nov. 0. The plana for establishing n IcaR'.io of nations to nforco pence nro liccoinlnR astonishingly concrete. Tlin first problem In this connecP " lntcr tion, that of ImllillnB national power Hint will force offending nations back Into the peaco family, appears simple. Us solution. In the minds of somo of the statesmen of the leading world, Is this: Let every nation, those existing today and those which will be created In tho readjustment of the map, put their navies Into one great international police force. In this police force every nntlon, including even Switzerland, shall have d ships. No Fleet At IIoiiip. No nation shall keep any of her fighting ships at home; they shall always bo with the International fleets. The international fleet shall bo tinder tho control of a supreme admiral, who shnll bo elected by a board sonststlng of representatives from every nation, each nation to have equal representation, regardless of Us size. There may be established three great world police stations. One, at the Suez Canal, might be Known as tho central station. A second, at the Panama Canal, might bo called the western, and a third, on some island off the China toast, might be called the eastern. The international fleets might be s, stationed at these posts, .and at about the seven scattered land-houn- 0. Shophcrd. innilo from homo grown products, if of tho food recommendations nro put Into effect. In announcing a campaign to bring about tho serving only of homent public eating grown products on Thanksgiving tho federal places food admlnstratlon says: "This will be n distinct measuro of food conservation anil should demonstrate to the public how food and transportation may bo saved by using only local products. "One of tho great probloms In our domestic food situation Is that of transportation, which has been sorely strained to meet tho heavy demands foods, By using home-grow- n of war. railroad facilities are released for the transportation of war necessities and the strain upon our railroad facilities Is materially lightened. "While a special campaign Is being waged to have these recommendations accepted by the public eutlng places, nt the samo time the food admlnstratlon U urging all private households, as n patriotic conservation action, to mako Thanksgiving a day for saving rather than a day for unusual feasting." Surgeons agree that la cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the first treatment is tho most Important. When an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, Borozono is tho ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now and bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, r.Oc and $1.00 and $1.50.' Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. . o VANKS NOT LIKKLV TO DO I'OLICH DUTY -- FIND "DEPENDENTS" DEFRAUO GOVERNMENT One-Thir- d Receiving Gov- ernment Allowances Fraudulantly. neas. There can be only one crime that a nation can commit. All other offenses against the world's peace will grow out of that crime. The one crime will be: Permitting any groupe of citizens to form a government that will control the people, without tho consent uf tho people. Do Police Work. As soon as it becomes preceptlble, fn any country, that this condition Is arising and resultant evils, such as seeking the territory of other nations or trying to force economic advantages from other nations, will bring such a condition to light It will bo the duty of the International police department to keep the merchant ships of that nation off the high seas and to prevent her commerce with the rest of tho world, until the offending condition has been remedied. Land frontiers will also be closed by adjoining nations and tho offending nation isolated, will practically bo placed under arrest in its own Home, until it comes back into the peace family. If two nations attempt to go to war, (heir navies will be placed under arrest, and If necessary, marines of the world's police force will be landed to Testore order. Tho two offending nations will find themselves In arms against all the rest of the world, Instead of with each other, and cut oil commercially from the rest of the world, will be forced to terms. The International board will then settle tho dispute by arbitration. Thero will he a president of the hoard, elected by tho board Itself, and if the country tn which he belongs becomes an offondor of tho world's peace during his term, ho will by u bo supplanted automatically lanklng vice preshlont Tho chief presumption, in establishing tho league, will bo" that ovary country Is ruled by a. government selected by the people which rules with No acthe consent of tho governed. tion which tho nuibs of pmiplo may take In nny one country Is considered peace. llkoly to upMjt this world's When nny action Is taken by any country that threatens to upset peace, the presumption will bo that this act la that a groupe of men who have, in somo way or other, perfidiously gained control of tho people. In such case the puoplo will bo helped to throw off tin1 government and may jicrhaps bo piovoked to do so by being cut otf from tho rest of the world. It is along these linos that the plan for tho league to enforce peace Is fbrnilng Itself. .Some such arrange-moIs llkoly to liu in exist once before tho world is many yejrs older, nt old time problem very soon. He Is prepared to have to decide whether or not American troops shall bo used In Europe to keep order in revolution-ridde- n countries. He faced the same problem In connection with Mexico and his decision then was that tho Mexican people had a right to work out their owu destinies. There Is no reason for belief that be will not take the same decision in regard to any other Bolshevlki-ridde- n country in distant Kurope. The revolutionary processes which he himself has encouraged in Kurope by appealing to subjugated peoples are not likely to be blocked by any police force of American troops, placed In those countries for the purposes of allegedly "restoring order." It may be said that the fathers and mothers of the United States who havo seen their boys go over to Kurope need not fear that the services of those boys will be used in preventing a spread of democracy in European lands. There Is a growing feeling in certain circles that no tremendous social upheavals ought to bo permitted In what was formerly enemy country; that the allied troops which occupy those countries ought to be used to prevent them. American bankers, In have been the press dispatches, credited with wnrnlng the Czechos to It conduct themselves moderately. Is felt In Washington that, so long as this desire which Is universal ami not confined to bankers alone to see the coming chnngea In Kurope made Is confined to uuictly and orderly-lik- e, the terms of granting loans, there can bo no legal objection to it. But any attempt of lovers of Miclnl order, who see personal and financial advantage in policing revolting countries and blocking the natural processes of tho revolution, no matter how tumultuous these processes may become, will find small sympathy or support In Washington. America went Into the war to change the old world; not to keep it from being changed. I By W. O. Shepherd. Washington, Nov. 9. President Wilson Is likely to have to face an Washington, Nov. a. Thousands of cases of fraudulent acceptances of government allowances Intended for soldiers or sailors' dependents havo been discovered by special Investigation of tho bureau of war risk Insurance, and n campaign of prosecution nnd recovery has been instituted. As a result It was announced today that of the 400.000 claim d about ing dependency, who are rccotvlng checks, will bo dropped from the rolls when It Is shown that they woro not dependent on a soldier before ho entered the service. There are hundreds of cases in which women not tho wives of soldiers or sailors aro receiving allotments, and allowance checks, having been named by the men as their legal wives, while tho real wives go without government aid. Scores of attorneys are under Investigation for having charged more than Sli.00. tho legal limit for aiding persons to get allotAll ments or allowance remittances. persons who receive and cash checks to which they are not entitled by law are to be cut off from their remittances, forced to repay the sums they received fraudulently, and prosecuted If criminal Intent is shown. To carry on this work a division of prosecution and recovery has been treated. Information of complaints relating to Improper receipts or uso of government allotment and allowance remittances are welcomed. It N said, and should he addressed to general counsel, bureau of war risk InCharges will surance. Washington. be run down by great crops of Investigators, one or moro In every city and hamlet in the United States, who Benefited by Chamberlain'. serve without pay or at the nominal ('mttly Tablets. case, and report compensation of 51 n "1 am thankful for the good I have on tho family situation in each inreceived by using Chamberlain's Tabstance. two years ago when I Already 2,000 cases of apparent lets. About began taking them I was suffering frand are under investigation and a great deal from distress after eatnew reports are received at tho rate thousand ing, and from headacho and a tired, of SO a day. Twenty-fiv- e languid feeling due to Indigestion cases In which relatives less closely and a torpid liver. Chamberlain's connected than wives or children are theso disorders In n receiving checks on account of sold- Tablets corrected short time, and since taking two iers in service on whom they were not my health has been tho war, aro bottles of them before dependent good," writes Mrs. M. P. Harwood, under inquiry, and 5.000 of these are i Auburn, New York. m to be compelled, to make refunds to m the government. " I.VS Jail sentences and fines are provid- TlilO SPHNI IN NO MANS l,ANI. ed as penalities on conviction of one-thir- for Hint mnttcrJ I go through a act of morning exercises lko an automaton. I'd rnthor chnso sloop from my eyes merely by n bath nnd a cup of hot coffee. But there's ono thing Hint is n lot of fun, nnd Its good for ono besides. Thnt's deep breathing. Kow of us get enough air packed Into our lungs anyway, especially when wo live In tho city and havo to get up beforo wo wnnt to and rnco to an office. And tho beauty of it is that It need not tako up extra tlino It you nro In a hurry. Of course, tho best way Is to roll up in n warm robe ns soon as you aro out of bed, stnnd by an open window and tuko in n dozen slow, full breaths of nlr, tilt you feci with each one thct you linvo pneked your lungs to tho bursting point. It won't take moro than three or four minutes. But, If you nro In n hurry, you can breath slowly and deeply while dressing, for your room will still bo fresh from tho open windows taking It for granted that you sleep with nil your windows open, of course. Or you can breathe deeply, chest out and abdomen In, ns you walk to your office or to the car. But by that time you will havo had your breakfast, and while tho deep breaths will invigornto, thoy won't havo tho wonderful revitalizing effects they would have had while your being was still sluggish from sleep. Quest Ioiih and Answers. June Freckles nro not so hard to bleach out. but. as they are "in the blood" they aro apt to come hack again. Tho lighter ones are due to the action of tho sun's rays and bleach of themselves In the winter; "cold freckles" arc hardhe er to remove. Tho best things are bleaches tho mild, homc-nind- o watermelon juice and cucumber juice put on and allowed to dry In, lemon juice diluted with pure water, roso water or glycerine nnd rose water; buttermilk or sour milk, or sour milk and corn meal made Into a thin paste and allowed to stay on several minutes. ARMY CONSUMES HUGE SUPPLIES Smokes, Candles And Etc. Go Over Seas In Great Quantities. (Spcclnl to Tho Herald.) Washington Nov. 0. Tho avon-agporson hns no conception of tho enormous stores of stiplles Hint are required for tho Amerchin army now In Franco. For Instance, thero is the little Item of cigarettes. Tho subsistence division has Just provided enough cigarettes for tho army for tho remnlnder of the yenr. Tho orders placed 3,000,000,000 cigarettes. This quantity Is inrgo enough approximately to supply two cigarettes for overy human being In tho world. Candles By Millions. Light In trenches nnd dugout In Franco Is furnished by candles. Slnco April, this year, 175,000,000 candles hnvo been purchased for the nrmy by the subsistence division. The candles ptirchnsed aggregate In weight 15,000 tons and cost over $4,500,000. The subsistence division Is packtrench rations for ing 5,000,000 American fighters In Franco. Theso conrations nro packed In In heavy nnd then crated tainers wood boxes. In each of theso containers Is sufficient food for twenty-fou- r men for one tiny. Cntiunl (Jnoils Caiefiilly Picked. This ration Is made to protect the soldier from hardship In tho trench or at sen. An Illustration of tho care with which the food products of this ration are packed Is In tho selection of tho canned meats. Tho tinned meat packing situation of the United States has been carefully studied by meat exports so that only the host produrts of the packers will bo used. In addition to meats the ration contains cigarettes, sufficient for a day's men; salmon, smoke for twenty-fou- r soluble coffeo, salt, pepper and hard bread. Practically all theso are packed separately in air tight containers mndo to resist an air attack. Need Some Tomatoes Ton. Arrangements havo Just been made and Marine whereby the Army, Na-Corps are to take 45 por cent of the entire production of canned tomatoes This Is based In tho United States. upon estimates of the pack being from IS.500,000 to ". 000.000 cases of No. 3 tomatoes, two dozen cans to tho case. The government will require about S.500 carloads of n It would take thousand cases each. a freight train nearly sixty miles long to move this quota. There Is an Incessant demand for canned tomatoes from the men over .seas, the primary use being in soups and as a means of quenching thirst In the front lino trenches. o to alr-tlg- ht y too of tho Kentucky Council of De fense and tho United States Federal Fuol Admlnstrator for Kentucky, hnvo recommended that theso steps bo taken, and havo shown that, the Y. snvlng In fuel will bo great. It bus boon suggested that nil inor rantllo establishments bo requested to close their places of business nt r for p. m. Whllo many merchants, patriotic reasons hnvo agreed to this, they havo shown that it Is moro or less necessary for thoin to romnln oncn until a Intor hour on Saturdays, IL being generally conceded by mer chants of I.oulsvlllo that nlno o'clock Saturtlny wuld bo a proper regula tion. Thero hnvo been many protests ngalnst application of tho proposed order to small stores In factory dis tricts. Beforo adopting such nn order, tho Kentucky Council of Dofcnso wishes to havo tho vlows of tho various County Councils In 'Kentucky To this end County Councils of Defense nro urged to got In touch Immcdlntcly of tholr counties, with merchants nnd ndvlso tho Kentucky Council of Dofcnso ns soon ns possible of tho ct tho uniform closing hour would Please gnhavo on their business. awer the following question: Are thoro nny peculiar local con ditions which would mako vo o'clock elnsliiL' on nil working days, except Saturdays, and nlno o'clock closult on Snturdnys, an undue hardship to Kosponses suouiii your merchants? . limes, bo forwarded to Kdward Chnlrman, Kentucky Council of Dofcnso. Pendleton Bcckley, Executive Secretary. cr-fe11 CASTORIA CliiimlH-rlulii'.s Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Cough emcily. Do not Imnglno Hint because other rc-H- of cough romcdlcs failed to glvo you that It will be tho samo with . Bear Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)-beginning lu mind that from a small this remedy has gained a world wldo reputation and Immense sale. A medicine would have exceptional morlt to It becomes wherovcr win esteem m known. Health About Gone Many womanly Paris, Nov. 9. The business of Regulate the bowels when they fall war at night during the big American to move properly. Herblne Is un ad- offensive brought theso adventures to mirable bowel regulator. It helps three of Pershing's men: Two engineers and a wounded In the liver und stomach and restores a pafine feeling of strength and buoyancy. fantryman got lost from night and five days by Ohio County Drug trols. They spent Price COc. Sold Irregular bowel movements lend to lines, German m nights within the Co. chronic constipation and a constipat. hiding lu a dugout fifteen yards from ed habit fills tho system with impuriTho engineers n Hun machine nest. IJKAUTY t'HATS. ties. Herblno is a groat bowel regunursed their wounded comrade, tak- lator. It purifies the system, vitaing turns holding a tender hand over lizes tho blond and puts the digestive-organ(By Kdna Kent Forbes.) his mouth so his delirious muttcrings condition. in flno vigorous Bicatlii! wouldn't be heard by tho Huns. They Price GO cents. Sold by Ohio Drug I wish I could make women like exspent forty-eigwithout food Co. hours m ercise. Once in a while I run across water, and finally, they rushed the m some hearty looking person who likes or Boche machine gun nest, killed the CLOSKIl INFLATIONS WITH to arise of a morning early, swing crew, ran a gauntlet of tiro from a KNOLAND AP.fc I'LANNIU). Indian clubs, drink a pint of cool waother machine guns, swam a ter, fill her chest up with ozone and dozen and got back to tho American London, Nov. 0. Arrival of Huplunge Into a bathtub. They're all river much valuable informa- morous theso athletically Inclin- lines with American delegations In Lontion. don recently under the guidance of ed ladles. But most women hate exTho engineers were I'rlvntcs Frank tho British Ministry of Information, ercise hato it as much as they need ht g, fraud. thousands of from women suiiering trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, oflhyne.N.C. "I could net stand on my feet, and u3t suffered terribly,"" ihe says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried olher remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . 1 began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, vhat Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." TAKE it. It $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased tn learn that thero Is at least one dreaded dlseaso tlint baa been able to cure In nil Its mages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh IioIiik nreatlv Inllucnred by constitutional conditions requires constitutional trcutrnent. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken internally nnd acts thru the Illood on the Mucous Surface of tlio System ther by destroying the foundation of the tllipjnf plvlns too patient strength by b'lllillm: up the con stltutlon and ns3l'lnK natura In doing its work. Tho proprietors linvo bo nmr'i faltli in the curative rowers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that ttify offer On Hundred Dollars for any rnsn that It f tits to euro Pond for list of testimonials. Addrf ss T. J. CHRNT.V ft CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all DruRslst, '5c. I HltAVKS ATLANTIC WITHOUT CONVOY. An Atlantic Port, Nov. 9. Flying ting and btcamlug as boldly us u pre-wexcursion boat, tho the British ar I . Stop coughing' yon rack tho lungs first ocean liner to cross from Europe tl without and worry the body. llallard'o convoy slnco tho armed esSyrup chucks Irritation, heals cort system begun reuuhed this port Iloie-houu- tho lungs ami restores comfortable today. Price line, Gtlc, and $1.00 Tho captn'ln said that ho zigzagged pur bottle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in a little from force of habit but that he saw nothing (ionium and received AIM NT THANKSUIVINtJ no wlroloiw warning. Tho trip was FOOD IIO.MIMiliOWN mndo In ten days. breathing. .fr-- It. Nov. WmhiiiKtoii. In LniiUvlllo Hill served mlAuraiitN, clubt) and other to on Tlmii!ciM(!vinK Ha? Every hotels, eating will b CASTORIl Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Morrlsy, and wish' I could make thorn like C. Schultz and Kdwnrd tho wounded Infantryman was PriI wish I could muko myself like It vate Frank Do Blase. On tho fifth day, prey to desperation, thoy decided thoy could hold out no longer. daylight, when So, just boforo there was enough light to guido them to Hie river and enough darkness to mako the German's aim uncnitalu, they made a dash for It. Schults supported the wounded Da i Blaso, whllo Morrlsy said a prayer Tells How Lydia E.Pinkham'a and hurled two grenades at tho GerVegetable Compound man maehine gun crew near by. Both Restored Her Health. exploded. Shrieks In Gorman woro then sllonco from tho nest. hoard Philadelphia, Pa. "I was very weak, And tho two engineers, the wounded always tired, my back ached, nnd 1 felt man Mumbling along butwecn them, sicuiy most oi me dashed for tho river In a hail of bultime. I went to a doctor and ho said lets from other machlno guns. Thoy 1 had nervous indiplunged Into tho water, struggled gestion, which ad- across and were safo. ded to my weak a. condition kep mo About Croupe. worrying most of tho time nnd he If your children nro fltibject to said if 1 could not croupo, or it you havo reason to fear stop that, I could not get well. I their being attacked by this dlseaso, heard so muclmbout you should procure a bottle of Chams LvdiaE.Pinkham'a berlain's Cough Hoinedy and study Voirittnlilu Com- - the directions for use, so that lu case pound my husband wanted me to trvit of an attack you will know exactly I took 1 it loruwcuK anu leuniuuo uei-te- r. what courso to pursue. This is a kept it up for three months, and I feel fine nnd can eat anything now favorite and very successful remedy without distress or nervousness. ' 'Mrs. for croupo, and it is very Important .1. Wokthmnc, J&42 North Taylor St., that you obsorvo tho directions carePhiladelphia Pa. m nowadays fully. Tho majority of mothers ... many demands overdo, thero nro so upon their time nnd strength; tho result Sleep mid Kent. U invariably a weakened, Ono of tho most common causes of condition with headaches, backnervous ache, irritability und depression and insomnia mid iuUohmiusb is indigos-Hosoon more serious uilmenU develop. Tuko ono of Chamborlaiii's It i3 at Buehperiods in life that Lydia K. Tablets immediately after supper ami Pinkham'u Vegetable Compound will sloop rostoro a normal healthy condition, us. ru If you don't rest hotter and batter. Thoy only cost a tiuurter. m itdiJtoMrs.Vi'orthiir... 1 THIS WEAK, nervous mother has revived among American business i ii (m in London plans for exchange Tho bodies of business delegations. labor, tho now arrived ropresent press, Congress, tho government, social workers, etc., but not business. It Is stntcd that last spring tho American Chamber of Commerce In London presented a plan to Washington for business delegations which It was urged would tend toward the removal of many misunderstandings but and toward frlondiy the plnn was not favored by the American government at that time. The Woman's Tonic She writes further: " I am in splendid health . , . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for ! was in dreadfut condition," If ycu arc nervous, run- Good Reports Please Rockport Thero hns novor been anything with tho QUICK results of puro Lav-opt- lk eye wash. One man's eyes wore so badly strained he could not read without pain. TWO applications of Lavoptlk relloved him. A lady had tried three dlfforont glasses for weak, Inllamed eyes. ONI. Lavoptlk wush surprised her. Wo guarantee u small bottle to benefit BVEKV CASK weak, strained or inllamed eyes. Ilarrel Bros., druggists, ' 2 at Itockport. down and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done thetn, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse XhU medicine. Think what it means to be In splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. All Druggist: s Ji: . . DHFKNSi: COUNCIL ASKS KAULV CLOSlNtJ DATA Tho Kentucky Council of Defeuso us a muuus uf conserving fuel und labor, Is considering tho IsHiianco of JOHN WHITE LOUISVILLE, run-dow- ' I CO. KY. n. Llbtral attortmont an order closing all moroantile estnb-- , end full valuo paid ludimcnts at un early hour during thu winter months. Nldtia and Tho Commercial Economy Commit- - Celt 8Mni MRS twWXC WHEN OUR BOYS COME HOME I How U. S. Will Provide For Returning Heroes Of Great War. j question nrmv nfficnr liriK nsltnd tho "Wlmt will become of tho amnn nf mir nrmv nilnr tlui war?" Perhaps thero may bo elements of uncertalntlty about somu features of tlio nftcr war Fltnntlon, but there Is not tho slightest doubt thnt every American who has served his country In thu army, navy, or Marino Corps during this nwful war will bo treated royally when lio leaves tho service. Of course tho vtint majority will return to tho positions which thoy left when they enlisted. In nio.it cases thoy will he welcomed hack to tliolr old places and doubtless In m"y cases they will bo Riven even hotter positions In rccognlzntlon of their Invaluable services. Civil War veterans wore Riven spe- cliil preforeuce in connection with all M the enormous number of govern- mental civilian positlonH available, nnd a like preference will doubtless ho shown tho veterans, of this war by tho government nnd also by commercial concerns of nil kinds. Then, too, there will no doubt shortly bo formed a huge association of tho veterans, of tho great World War, Nlmllar to thu old Grand Army of tho Republic, hill much more extensive nnd powerful than that noted n Civil War organization. tIt is a fact that tho O. A. It., for more than forty yenrs, was one of tho most powerful factors in tho business nnd rovoi mental ntfnirs of tho country, electing congressmen and Presidents of their choice and securing the passage of many private and general laws for their benefit. Tho concessions wcro glndly mndo notwithstanding the fact that thoy were vet- nmna nf Itin nrttiloa fif milv tlin rwirtli. cm section of tho country. How much more cordial and extensive then will bo the recogulzatlon that is Riven tho millions of our heroes of this great wnr when they return to civil life? Nothing Is too good for them, and they wlIl bo given to understand that, having saved tho world from de struction, it belongs to them. It' there Is any question about tho latter at nil It is not as to whether he returning soldiers will bo propor-l- y provided for In ovory way nftor tho war but rather whether there will bo anything worth having left for tho ro4 of us after wo get through doing for these millons of heroes all of tho things wo want to do and will insist upon doing for their happiness and welfnre when thoy como back home. An well-know- m Neuralgia of tho face, hands or feet requires n remedy that will penetrate Hnllard's Snow Liniment shoulder, powerful tho flesh. possesses that power. Itubhcd in where the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suffering nnd rcstoro normal Prlco 25c, 50c and $1.00 conditions. per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. m m ONK MINIMI'S COAL I.OADIXO HKCOHI) A splendid record for conl loading has been set up by Rudolph Cheney, a Conifer, Pn., miner. Cheney loaded 43S tons of coal during tho month of September, or an nvorngo of 18 day for that tons each working pt(flod, according to information furnished to tho United States Fuel Admlnstrntion. Although Chonoy's work does not establish a new high mark for conl loading, it was such an exceptional performance for tho Held in which ho was employed, that the record was reported to the United States Fuel Adminstratlon. acknowledgement Official of tho good examplo that Cheney had set for his fellow workers in Pennsylvania nnd other big producing Holds was mado by Fuel Adminstrator. AUSTItlANH PROTEST HUNS' HETREATING TJIKU TYROL 9 Nov. Amsterdam, Gorman troops have crossed tho Austrian frontier Into Tyrol nnd Salzburg. Tho Vlonna Neuo Frolo Prcsso, reporting tho presence of tho Germans n in Tyrol, says that tho supremo command has protested to Merlin against tho passage of Germans through Austrian territory, and that tho Austrian-Hungaria- n govcrnmont will also protest on mo grouuii nun mu uruiimiiu tuii- cludcd with tho Entente, powers and the fitted States might bo endangered Hit bv I ml' r el.tlng circuuutances. It Is Is pawerlujw ndd' I r ih movement, by vrhloli to rrl'ory might beeouio u Au ' i i r WAj" fa liitai.un war miuiitor reccutly Austro-Hun-garla- Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTOR' A FOR hl' it i ngent holloves tho number of rata Provide Plenty Of Wnlcr. receptacles for poultry had bcon greatly reduced and conseBhould bo largo onough to hold plonty quently ft large quantity of grain has of water at loast twenty four hourp, been saved. One boy reported that Anbo tho fowls will never Buffer from ho killed 97 rats and 393 mlco. lack of wnler. Drinking vcksoIs other killed 84 rats, a third 37 nnd phould ho carefully rinsed when fresh n fourth 28. wnter is given. If wator is supplied Decline In Stork On Farms. irregularly, tho hens will likely drink On about 5,000 representative too much at n lime. It should not bo rays In summer farina scattered throughout tho Unitj exposed to tho nun's or ho allowed to freeze In winter if ed States, reporting to tho Bureau of this can be nvoldcd. A flock of 50 Crop Estimates, tho decllno in tho hens in good laying condition will re- numbor of catllo was 0.8 per cent m quire four to six quarts or water a from last July 1st to August 1, 2.9 We buy old FALSE TEETH ' day. per cent Jn hogs, and 3.3 per cent In Shado of some kind should pro- sheep. pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per We sot (broken or not). Wo also pay vided for poultry, and this can often Paint The Poultry House. actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, he advantageously furnished by plantPainting adds greatly both to tho attempted. Send nt ing fruit trees (such as pear, plum, Sliver nnd Hridgo-worWar has been a period of strenappearance and service of all buildonce by parcel post and recelvo ensh cherry and apple) In the yard. ings nnd appliances. Ono may buy uous effort for tho American liveby return mall. MAZER'S TOOTH ready-mixe- d paints, or purchase paste stock grower. Ho has taxed ocean-carryiTurkey Pointers. SPECIALTY, Dopt. X, 2007 So. 5th capacity with his product the most important steps to- pigments nnd oil and mix thorn. All One of 1U12 St., Philadelphia, Pn. mm ward success in turkey raising is tho surfaces should bo clean and dry be- and is prepared to feed nnd restock proper selection of breeding stock, fore they are painted. Uso a priming Europe during the period of rehabiliNECESSITY FOR SAVING I'OOI) GREATER THAN KVKIt. lllrds for breeding should bo selected coat made of equal parts of paint and tation. What ho is doing will bo for vigor, size, shape, strong hone, j linseed oil nnd cover with ono or demonstrated nt tho International Fred M. Sackett, Federal Food Ad- early maturity, and color of plumage. more coats or paint, which should bo Live Stock Exposition at Chicago the ministrator, hns mndo n statement to Turkey hens will usually lay about 18 thoroughly rubbed into tho surface. first week of December. tho effect thnt tho coming of pcaco eggs in their first litter, whllo those How To Grow Winter Greens. that do not have to be set can be 1 treed Hotter Horses, Specialists Adwill mnko food demands heavier In tho middle portions of the counof lighter. They aro growing broken up on becoming broody and vises. According to reports received by try it is possible by the aid of a cold heavier day by day ns now territory made to lay a second nnd sometimes is being brought within tho American n third litter. Tho high mortality ho United States Department of Agri- frame to grow lettuce, radishes, sping ach, kale and parsley throughout the linen nnd when the final crash comes common in young poults is usually culture, tho situation in the with the total liberation of Franco duo to some of tho following causes: industry reveals the' fact winter. Tho cold frame mny be nny nnd liclglum tlifso demands will bo Exposure to dnmpness and cold, im- that there are many nondescript and sizo from thrco feet to six feet this added to thoso of Poland, Serbia, proper feeding, close conllnment, lice, plug horses glutting the markets. being tho size of tho standard cold predatory animals, weakness in the Armenia nnd European Russia. This condition, it is believed, ef- framo snsh to six feet by any mulThe statement points out that large parent stock. fects tho horso Industry in general. tiple of three feet. A four-sas- h stores of fond (.tuffs in India' and Tho real good animals aro still' com- frame that is ono G by 12 feet manding satisfactory prices, but tho would be largo enough to supply tho Australia will bo released, but that Equipment For Sheep linking. those stores will not In nny mcasuro Equipment for raising sheep on tho misfits are being sold fqr considerably ; average family with winter greens. comparo with tho Increased demands ifaim need not be expensive. In mild less than tho cost of production. The that will como from tho liberated peo- latitudes little housing is needed, and saving of additional feed bills is said Potato Yield Increases (l Per Cent ple. The statement follows In part: the main need is for fencing and to bo tho motivo which prompts tho Per Acre. "A tightening of tho belt anew Is Tho yield of potatoes per aero Is of sufficient numbor and size producer to dispose of this class of necessary already; whatovor Is sent to allow frequent changing of flocks horses regardless of price. Ono of gradually increasing In this country, for the victims of war released from to fresh ground to insure health. the conclusions which tho Department as shown by the records of the BuGorman bondage will be additional. Where winters aro longer and more of Agriculture draws from the present reau of Crop Estimates of the United "friio demands enn not be met by severe, buildings nnd sheds aro situation is that indiscriminate breed- States Department of Agriculture. shifting from one foot to another. All 4 the average annufrom ing horses is an unprofitable cnter- -' During to furnish protection food must ho saved. A surplus can- storms, though no special provisions prise. It is essential, tho Dcpart-'me- al yield per aero was 91 bushels, but not bo created by eating corn Instead are needed for warmth. Dryness, specialists add, that farmers tho average markedly declined to 71. of wheat; tho corn also Is needed Perceptible ,good ventilation, and freedom from uso wise discrimination in selecting 3 bushels in 1885-189we cannot dip very much into tho sup- drafts aro the first requisites of build-- I the proper typo of stallions with recovery was made in the following ply of feed for animals, because It is ings for sheep. Convenience in feed-- ! which to mate their best mares and 10 year period and a much larger rein tho samo boat with bread grains. ing nnd shepherding must also be thus materially aid In producing only covery rising to a now high-wat1905-181"Relying on food supplies out of held In mind in locating and planning efficient horses which are capable of mark, Was reached in tho ordinary will help some, hut It I such buildings or sheds. giving tho servico required of them with its average yield of 97 bushels won't sohe tho problem. Calculations nnd which consume less valuable per acre. Small flocks can be cared for In show that 95 por cent of our sustenIn 20 years the productivity of the of barns having sibling or feed feed for the amount of work performWo can not storago for other stock, hut with u ed. Such ance Is from staples. horses have a ready average potato acre increased 30 per deficit in lllock of, say, 100 ewes separate market arid always bring good prices. cent. This increase is duo to various mako up the enormous staples nnd the main saving must be buildings nro desirable. The interior It is Imperative that the breeder who causes, among which are greater speon staples. arrangement of these buildings proposes to compete with the domes- cialization of production, more in"This is tho basis underlying the should be such as to require a mini- tic and foreign demands after the war tensive treatment, and higher fertilinow homo card, which will bo soon mum of labor and tho least possible should begin now to stock up his ty of the soil. Tho 10 year avorage ylfcld of 97 bushels per aero In 1905-191- 1 distributed Irrespective of peace moving of ewes in doing the feeding stables with desirable better-bre- d terms, to serve ns anally reminder to and curing for them during tho lamb- horses. was followed by 9G.3 bushels in tho people of tho pledge mndo in ing season. A building of this typo 1915, 80.5 bushels in tho very low their name nnd with their assent to can also ho utilised for fattening pur- Store Vegetables Properly And Avoid year 191C, and 100.8 bushels in 1917. sustain the Allies during tho wnr, in chased lambs to be disposed of beforo Compared with population tho Waste. health, comfort nnd courago, and to lambing begins in the regular farm Sweet potatoes may bo kept until yield per acre declined from 1866-187- 4 send help quickly nftcr the war to Hock. A good supply of feed racks, January, if cleaned, dried and packed to 1905-191- 4. The gain of prothoso whoso need Is grenter than grain troughs, etc., can be provided in chaff so that they will not touch duction per capitn in recent years has ours." heen more because of Increased at small expense and will save labor ono another. e Potatoes aro kept without difficulty acreage acreage that because of inand prevent waste of feed. TAKE STEPS TO In a cool, dry and dark place. Sprouts creased production por acre. PROTECT jews should not bo allowed to grow in tho Improving Farm Kitchens County tours aro being utilized to spring. WHEN PKACK IS REACHED. New York, Nov. 10. Action by raise tho efficiency and comport of Carrots, parsnips', and turnips, etc., tho allied powers to guuranteo that kitchens of tho country. remain plump and fresh if placed in In There need bo no apprehension of tho rights of Jews will bo protected in boxes on the cellar materially lower prices for live stock County, Ind., carrying 150 dirt or sand-fille- d countries after tho people visited six homes on ono tour. floor. tho when Europe goes on a peace basis. wnr was urged tonight by tho execu- A kitchen planned scientifically was Pumpkins and squash must be In the case of grains, the situation is tive committee of tho American Jew- used as a model by the home demon- thoroughly ripe and mature to keep somewhat different. An immense ish Committee In its report to tho stration agent to comparo with others well. Thoy should be dried from wheat acreage and an accumulation committee's annual meeting hero to- less convenient. Suggestions were time to time with a cloth and kept, of grain In tho southern hemisphere, day. mndo as to how tho inefficient kind not on the cellar floor, but on a shelf, which will automatically become a Special reference was made to tho might bo readjusted or changed, and well separated. vailahlc, are likely to bo reflected in situation In Poland, where it was said with tho expenditure of a little monCabbages should bo placed in bar- tho future scale of prices. the cry. "Poland for the Polos," has ey, to become a comfortable work- rels, with tho roots uppermost. However, there is no meat surplus been raised and that it was proposed room for the housewife. Celery should bo neithor trimmed in sight anywhere, not even during to send half the Jews In Poland to nor washed, but packed, heads up, in the next half decade. Only In tho case Palestine and half to tho United long, deep boxes, which should then of hogs is a bare sufficiency likely. Feeding Hacks For Sheep"'. States. Combination hay and grain racks bo filled with dry earth. The bare shelves of European lardThe Rumanian Jewish situation is aro probably tho most convenient for Tomatoes may bo kept until Janu- ers must at least be replondlshed and likely to assume tho magnitude of tho feeding small lots of sheep. The ary, if gathered Just before frost, this task will nnturally devolvo on tho roport opened rack is suitable for uso in wiped dry, nnd placed on straw cover- the United States. Polish Jewish question, continued predicting that thoro was barns whoro feeding can be done by ed racks in tho cellar. They should Tho mission of tho International danger of continued disfranchise- passing directly from tho feed alley bo firm and n specimens Live Stock Exposition at this crisis is ment of tho Jows. to tho rack, thus obviating tho diffi- not yet beginning to turn. As thoy to havo stimulated production of bcof, The committee branded as false re- culties which follow from entorlng ripon they must bo taken out for table pork and mutton on tho most oconotn-Icports that tho Jews in Russia aro tak- pens filled with sheep. Some shep- uso, and any soft' or decaying ones basis, to instruct breeders and ing tho part of tho Holsheviki and de- herds prefer a rack with closed sides must bo removed. feeders In recent devolopoment to inclined that tho great majority of the Instead of slats; such a rack requires Apples, if for uso during tho au- spire ambition to excel and demon-strat- a Jows thoro uro "ranged on tho side of that tho hay bo eaten through an tumn, may bo stored in barrels; but that live stock raising is prothose who aro struggling for decency oponlug at tho bottom. if they aro to bo kept until lato win- fitable, otherwise, it could not prosand order." It was predlctod thnt in ter or spring thoy must be of a variety per. Russia u democracy would emerge, n Europe after tho war will need To obtain a maximum crop of known to keep well nnd thoy must bo which tho Jows would bo accorded strong, vigorous lambs Is ono of thu d and without blemish or American stock cattle. It must como just treatment. most vital phases of the sheep In- bruise. They should bo wlpod dry to this market for cows for breeding Referring to tlio commltteo's dustry. It is not only an important and placed with little crowding on tho purposes and for seed stock of all pledge of loyalty, adopted a year ugo, fuctor in assuring increased profits to shelves in tho cellar, As a further tho species nnd breeds, tho report declares that "tho Jews of tho sheep raisers themselves, but it precaution thoy may bo wrapped sep- opportuno moment for renewed enAmerica can say with prido that thoy is u means of muternlly increasing arately in soft paper. deavor in the sphere of animal hus- have given unstintedly and whole- tho Nation's supply of two of the Pears may bo kept for a limited Thero never has been n more heartedly their lives, their posses- most important commodities,, meat time in the some way, or packed in opportune moment for renowed ensions and thoso that thoy hold most nnd wool, both of which are necessary sawdust or chaff, which absorbs tho deavor in the sphere. of animal husdear." to tlio feeding and clothing of the moisture that might otherwiso cause bandry and the International Livo There uro between 150,000 and American soldlors and tho armies of molding. year be held from November 30th., 200,000 .lows now in tho army and our Allies. which will this Stock Exposition, navy of the United States, thu report Our Wnr Supply Of Meat. to December 27th, is the chief expodeclared, nnd up to Novenihor 1 thoro Herbert Hoover pays' a deserved nent of tho industry. Indiana County AHncks Its Hals huvu bcon 2,502 cnsuultles among tho Morgan County, Ind., bad mora compliment to. American live stock Jewish troops ovorsoas, 882 of which ruts and mlco than it wanted, so it producers for their response to his resulted In deaths. planned a "rat week." Tho purpose appeal whan tho war broks out for Pl was to start n concerted attack on tho increased production of meats to timet rata and mice in tlio weak previous nn emergency in which thu United For Infants and Children costly ihiili;. to the storing of grain. The comity Status had beau roqulred to feud tho Un Years Use For Over Tho highest pries ever paid for a snout advertised in tka impure nnd armies and civilian poQulatinn of tho Always of tfee United allies. Export statistics show how rare hook wa 3,990 pounds, or 4Ujt su:i.ted tUe uiii-Ur- s the $19,960 in American money, far a States Ilov'a Working Rcsrv. Ko-- 1' adqm.iely that emergency bus been Signaimc , ar, Mihuut AmoriJi a Imt and copy in olluiu of tho Mazorlno Uible liuomplett but ihe count Informed tho Tyrol authorities that a considerable number of llnvarian troops would march to tho northorn Tyrol frontier as n guard, doubtless fearing an altnck by tho Enlcno from this direction, which would threaten Munich and other Important Hiivarlan cities. "Wo como nn frlendB," tho minister doclured, "hut will uso forco If wo nro rosiHlod." Tho German Field Marshal von Muckmen also requested permission for his army to pass through Hungary from the llnlklns to Gormnny, nnd was informed that tho request would ho granted on condition that tho troops lay down their nrms on the Hungarian soil. Farm Department Water i I pork it is doubtful if tlio war would have been won. For eighteen years past tho International live stock Exposition has dono tho lion's share of tho task of maintaining this production. Its stimulus has resulted in steady Improvement of the herds and Hocks of tho country, has bcon responsible for nn infusion of now blood by impor tations from tlio host herds of without which tho domestic Industry would not bavo been equal to its present performance. j Chicago, as tho logical center of tho live stock business, has also dono its part. It is about to enp tho climax of a phenomenal season by presenting to tho public tho greatest dis- play of live stock ever gathered within tho precincts of a showyard. In all the world, nil down through the ages, not excluding Noah's assemblage of animal Ilfo on the ark, has tho 1918 spectacle nt Chicago been Eu-rop- o, i i mm WOMEN WIN ELECTIVE HONORS Sixteen Are Sent To Legislature In Eleven Western States. San Francisco, Nov. 9. Feminlno nsplrants in tho far West who sought seats In Congress failed without exception in last Tuesday's elections, but many other women candidates for lessor elective honors won success in their campaigns for Stnte, county nnd municipal offices. Two .women candidates for tho United States Senate ItcprcEcntntivo Jcanettc Rankin, of Montana, and Miss Anne Martin, of Nevada mnde campaigns, hut wero badly distances by thoir masculine opponents. In tho cloven Far Western States, where women suffragq provails sixteen women wero elected to tho Leg- s k. ng islature. m HBI) CROSS. organization A country-wld- o of Homo Servico work is imperative. Division Director Fieser advocate a committee of five workers in each ""rtlm, a business man, an attorney. a physician, n tactful house-keepand a woman freo from other duties, to net as executivo secretary. This committee should meet frequently to plan the work. It should consult with county officials to select committee-me- n for each district, who will bo instructed in Homo Servico duties. Mr. Fieser urges Homo Service workers to know all tho social agenforces, cies such as educational churches, unions nnd fraternities in. order to secure tho aid of tho organizations which have a vital interest in any given family. er nd horse-breedin- I pas-Itur- es ncc-u-ssa- ry 18CC-1S7- More than a quarter of a million of articles classed as hospital supplies, wore provided by tho department of Military Relief, Lake Division, American Red Cross, to Camps Sherman, Taylor and Fort Benjamin Harrison for use in tho recent epidemic of in- fiuenza and pneumonia, according to a partial report just made by Edward 13. Greene, division director of Mill- tary Relief. Tho statement that in these three . military establishments the normal capacities of the base hospitals are for 4,290 patients and that at one poriod in tho epidemic there were less than 16,167 cases of flu and pneu- monla, makes it clear why the Red Crobs was given the opportunity to supply the following for use at Slier-ma- n, Taylor and Harrison. 1100 towels, 11,000 bed sheets, 50,000 masks, 7,000 wash cloths, handkerchiefs, 13,100 pillow case, S.00O pajamas, 2,500 pillows, 100,000 paper napkins, 25,000 paper cups, medicines nnd medical supplies as needed. This list does not include supplies sent by this Red Cross department Field, for Camp Wright, McCook Fort Thomas, Columbus Barracks and to tho army vocational schools at Ohio Stnto Uhlvorslty, University of Indiana, Kentucky State University. Perdue University nnd tho Indiana. Deaf and Dumb institute at Indianapolis. Red Cross supplies made It possible to increase the capacity of the hospital at Harrison from ono for 250 to ono for 1,700 patients, in less than twenty-fou- r hours. Tho Red Crow also arranged for tho establishment of a diet kitchen at this hospital. At Taylor tho Red Cross house wxs converted into a quarters for nurses and a nearby building wns transformed into quarter for tho handling of relatives of men critically ill. cAt Sherman more than 400 relatives of critically 111 soldiers wero fed daily by the Red Cross at a freo canteen and for a time 100 soldlors were given shelter each, night In tho Red Cross house that, normally provides sleoplng quarters for twelve. Red Cross automobiles transported visitors back and forth between the base hospital nnd the Red Cross hoiibo without cost to the K(-5- 00 grief-stricken I nt 4. . er 4, J ecc-jtlo- ns t Vnn-dorbu- rg well-grow- al riders. HIFLK HANCJE KSTAIUjISHED VIEW, KY. AT VAIil-KA rifle ran go for tho training ot the students of army training corps at the University of Kentucky has bees established at Valley View on the hand-packe- m i " CASTOR rA ZdUtfMt, 30 Kentucky river. About 100 men will bo sent to thu range overy three day nnd they will bo glvon thorough drill and pructlco in rlllo shooting. Tho range Is la charge of Lieut, ennnt Enrl Stephens whoso reputation as rifleman has been appreciated in othor camps. Tho men will go to tho range in groups nnd will return after Hum days to tho University t contiiiuo work. ou nave lluukacho tho llv be out of e Try Saual, it does wonders i or kidney are sure to Whan liver, kidneys and bladder 50c bottlo will i'outuc3 you. at liv JUU elUiO f'r A Qet 4J-y- tt II c fThe Hartford Republican I'n bl Micil Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Inrorporntcd C. E. SMITH, V. S. TINSLEY, Soc.-Trca- and turned that peace propagandist, tho big wig of tho Tin Llzzio business, Henri Ford, hack to manufacturing fllvora on tho river at the head of Lnko Elro. Wo humbly bon pardon for men on tho ballot In Ohio County this tini" lbforc tho Hon. 0. B. Likens arrived from Washington, D. C, and tho vory best Republicans could do was President s. tioning tho matter, but the Domocrnts succeedod in getting thoir names up- Editor JOHN HENRV THOMAS W. S. TINSLEV, A.orlnto Editor nml Business MuniiRcr. qualify us to speak In tho matter. If (Ittcd by tomperment and training wo should bo tho first to Insist upon so honoring him, but wo should like to bco tho country cautious in imposing great civil power upon n man whoso excellence has boon proven only at arms. This country must now pas through a critical, and niny bo perilous, period of reconstruction, that demands tho highest achievements of tho statesman. Let us. look well to tho qualities of tho man. ROILEH DOWN. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke- McFluko.) Tho poaro celebration cost mo nnd llanse Martin n good big dish pan nplece. Ranee and I wonC to town to attend the Y. M. C. A., or War Work mooting and after we'd loft, the women folks gathored up tho pans nnd somo clubs nnd joined tho throng and when thoy finally rnmo back wero so hoarse thoy couldn't talk, nnd tho nforesaid pans beaten to smithereens. I Follow our own boys into the fight. Buy War Savinrr Stamns provide the money to back them up do it regularly, every week, until the war is over, g -- "' V Franco has lost 2,500,000 citizens ing to tho dictntcs of OUR OWN conOur old friend, Ben Taylor, after since July 1, 1914. to science, tho nu lun having been raisAddress all communications doing a hard days work, pulling ed or moderated, thero is no reason JTlio Hartford Republican. Telegraphers aro to get n salary whiskers for poor human beings nil why wo can't begin whero wo loft off dny Monday, walked over to tho court raise of $30 a month. and ngnln worship Dlcty ns brothers houso nnd nxed tho boys to plcnsa NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. disshould and ns wo did beforo tho stop ringing them bells dc, nnd tho Germany at ono tlmo held desiring tho paper sent Subscribers notes and Spanish flu hit us. boys did for n short spell, but only to a now address must glvo tho old cordant of France's territory. long enough to put a good bell on n address in making tho request. too flagrant Thero aro somo lies Business Locals and Notices 10c Between Jnnunry 1, and Novem- vohickle, haul it ovor and plant It per lino, and Bo per lino for addition- and contcmptablo for public notice. may bo mentioned the ber 5, the Allies captured 405,000 under Hen's window. When Hon, Among these al Insertion. totally exhausted, fell into dreamland Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Hartford Herald's rcdlculous and prisoners on tho western front. at 3 A. M., tho hell under the window Thanks, Gc per lino, money In ad- of tho Fourth Misstatement that Tance. negro Tho end of tho great world war wns still being tolled. nury TJnMnnn for services iroo. souri district had returned a but other advertisements, 5c per lino. jmomber to Congress. Tho contempt came at 5:00 o'clock Monday mornWo did our durndest to volunteer, Anonymous communications will of tho Herald's readers tor mis dis- ing, Louisville time. for any sort of army sorvlco Mondny, receive no attention. play of irresponsibility will be suffiLouisville churches nnd shows were but they wouldn't take us or even cient punishment, nnd we decline TELEPHONES. opened Sunday, and the public talk favorably about the matter. comment. 12! Cumberland schools Monday morning. 00 Mrs. Dr. Plrtlo and Mrs. C. M. Furmcrs Mutual In tho discharge of our editorial The Gorman national debt 13 said Harnett were in the office 'tending wo see It, we are sometimes duty ns to some business the other dny and NOVEMBER 15 called upon to bo critical with our to bo now 535,000,000,000. SHU DAY axed us to please keep their names Wo publish n news- best friends. All draft calls have been cancell- out of our paper and for that reason good paper primarily for the public say nuthlii about e ed but classification by dr.itt boards wc nro not n goln to The President wrote one "note" and as the public's advocate. the matter no way. many. will be continued. pertoo havo nover attacked any man's but when tho public Hohenzollcrn sonal character, Rowan Hnlbiook, Ed Barrass, It Is plain William At tho close of the v.nr the United acts of any man or body of men arc, halm Maxcy, Berry Rial and n hunch now, a citizen of nowhere. army of 3,761.677 as wo see It, against public policy we States has an of other fellows are fixing to Instimen. degave his crown, but shall, without counting the cost, The Kaiser tute impeachment proceedings agin fend the public wellfare. not a son to his country. Emperor Charles, of Austria, has Mayor John Bean for his bad judgment and disregard for tho rights of The surrender of Germany, coming abdicated his throne. That dread nightmare, tho submathe common people. When ho cut . a week after an overrine, no longer haunts the mariner's within less than President Wilson will probably go that old dend treo down on the corner whelming Republican majority in an ' dreams. by the postoffice, ho cut the stump American election, makes tho Presi- to Europo to sit in th1? final peace too blamed low to sit on. council. Recent Kentucky elections demon- dent's letter of warning, of the dire i AGREEMENT. strate that at least the wets vote as effect upon the Huns of Republican Rumania has declared war on Gor success, positively ludicrouj;. Gerthey pray. many. r. many was broken and ready to First, we promlso the Ohio County Tho result of the election, vote on an administraMedical Society and each other, that An adverse Germany has agreed to give up all we will not render professional sertion just closing a victorious war is which ever way it might have gone, would in no way have affected the of her submarines within two weeks vice to parties whose names aro on something new under tho sun. surrender. Neither Germans nor of the signing of tho armistice. tho delinquent Hat of our collector. Miss Lillle Burton, nor to any of their Remember if the war is ended our Americans were fooled by the PresiThe Republicans will have a major nlependcnts until we have bcni of boys are still over there, and will dents warning. Ity of forty in the lower House and ficially notified that they have settled need the little comforts we can give ' of three in the Senate. We do not know how the all accounts due. them. j vote was cast at the recent elecSecond, If for any reason n subThe men in the army camps who scriber feels that ho should not reWith the war closed the country tion but nobody is in doubt about have not completed their course of fuse service, ho agrees to do so, only will begin to take stock of tho cost. how that vote was cast two years ago. waste, will Then the Democratic party was prac- training will be mustered out of the for a cash fee, and the same to bo Tho waste, if there was ticing the moat collossal fraud upon service at an early date. j placed in the treasury of the County have to bo accounted for. tho people over witnessed since tho Society . Col. E. H. Taylor, of Frankfort, has J. W. Taylor, M. D. Hartford Ky. The one "hoss" Democratic papers first American election. Then we just paid an English stockman $17,-50- 0 L. B. Bean. M. D Hartford, Ky arc saying. Tho German vote did were solemnly assured that if wo for a Hereford bull. K. W. Ford, Hartford. Ky. It. Well, they must have some ex- elected Wilson this country would not make war on Germany, and the GerJ. A. Duff, Dundee, Ky. cuse so let them enjoy it. Soldiers In Undo Sam's service man vote was cast solidly for the par-it- y W. M. Warden, Centertown, Ky. Ky. which promised to keep hands oft uow carry ?30, 000, 000, 000 insurJ. L. Smith, Centertown, tho surrender of Germany had If ance. S. W. Crow, Centertown, Ky. followed on the heels of a Democratic while the "Beast of Berlin" desolated C. R. Bennett. M.D., McHcnry, Ky. victory our Democratic friends would l Europe. Draft boards have been ordered to W. 1). Park. Rockport, Ky. have bhoutcd "We told you so." 19 We like to he tolerant with the In- discontinue classifying men under J. O. McKenney, Beaver Dam, Ky. " After March 4. the President will experience of our neighbor, but it is nnd over 36. D. H. Godsey, Narrows, Ky., havo to consult borne other advisers 'a little too much that the Herald, J. S. Smith, McHcnry. Ky. The price of cotton has dropped ten A. J. Gordon. Pleasant Ridge, Ky. than Col. Houso. There will bo an after its absurd statement that a St. negro to dollars a bale. upper and a lower House to consult. Louis district had sent a Oscar Allen, Cromwell, Ky. i congress to have it say that Austria P. T. Willis. Beaver Dam. Ky. CLEAR KUX. No sano Democrat can fail to see was the only country In Europo reG. D. Everly, M. D., Rockport, Ky. Owing to the scarcity of Doctors, that the election of A. O. Stanley to gaining the old regime of tho union Wo aro now having cool, crisp they will inako an increase charge the United States Senate will weaken of church and state. Of course the popular respect for his party in Ken- school children know that England mornings and the farmers are very for regular night calls and when tucky. has an established church, and that busy gathering corn. roads are had. So as to get enough Mr. Robert Kirk, of Daviess coun- rest. the ministers are supported by the Wo havo heard so much lately state. A little learning is a mighty ty has purchased a farm here in this Their expenses havo gone up too, about tho world being made safe for necessary qualification, even in edit- vicinity and will soon move. so don't mako them earn their pay The death angel visited tho home twice. Pay when hervlco Is rendered. Democracy. Won't some ono please ing a newspaper. of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stcwnrt last Those who owe their physician can suggest that the U. S. A. is for a spell nt leabt safe for Republicanism? Republicans should be moderate in Monday at 6 a. m. and claimed for settle now, with him, much better their hour of victory. The Presi- his own tho oldest son, Cecil, aged than with the colcctor later, and keep Tho groat guns, that but yesterday dent, in the pursuance of his proper Cecil was a bright and promising of the 'delinquent list. fields of functions of conduct of peaco ad- fifteen years thundered on the war-tor- n days, and sixteen Other Doctors will sign tho abovo France and Belgium, today lio silently justments, is entitled to the loyal youth and loved by all that knew him. list when they have opportunity. awaiting tho junker, while the church support of every citizen of tho coun- A largo number or borrowing rriends bells toll tho welcome news of peace. try. Purely partisan criticism of the and relatives followed his remains to HOARD OF HEALTH President will hurt rather than help the Barnctts Creek grave yard whero STOPS EXAMINATIONS. A political party np more than an the Republican party. The Repub- Rev. R. E. Fuqua conducted a short individual can permanently profit by lican majority will now havo a voico and appropriate funeral service. Tho Owing to tho serious epidemic of practicing fraud. Tho promise to that must bo heard and a will that family have the sympathy of friends inlluenzu that prevails over Ohio Co., keep us out of war was a sowing of must be respected. Again Col. and neighbors. it is considered unudvlsablo to lift tho wind, and tho whirlwind harvest " "Checks and balances," tho tho ban against public gatherings at ripened. keystone of democratic power is opCENTERTOWN. this tlmo. erative, and tho tendency townrd It is further considered unadvlsablo Will Kaltenbacher, tho polltlclal centralization of power is in under Sir. E. M. Davis who has been very for the Local Draft Board to send dopester for tho Louisville Times, tho "Brake." sick with tho flu is able to be out out questionnaires to registrants or thinks if Stanley could pull through again. of to hold physical examination beyond doubt that it demonstrates re- Just In tho hour of world-wid- e Mr. Rupert Ashby, of the Naval registrants us to do so would he conKentucky is Democratic, it does jniclug over tho close of the war it Training Station at New York, is ductive to tho spread of influenza. look Uko it. (is painful to note the "Red" spirit visiting his father this week. It is therefore ordered by tho is rampant, not only among the Mr. W. G. Her, of Rockport, was in Board that these things be not done. Tho Todd County Times says people of tho central powers, but with J. A. DUFF, "Watch tho Republicans support the neutral governments ns well. The town last Friday. See. Board of Health of Ohio Co. i Mrs. Cola James is seriously ill heartily tho President In every war fever of war Is Indeed broken but MACK COOK. at this writing. measure nnd then, when it is all over tho delirium continues, no and Chairman Bonrd of Health. Mrs. Edd Callaway died nt her name Jack Pershing for President prophet can foresee what n day may homo nenr Horse Branch Saturday j and sweep tho U. S. A." FARM: FOR SALE. bring forth. Fortunately tho morning of heart trouble and was armies of the Allies are btlll brought hero and buried Sunday. recent election demonstrated In The Ono hundred acres of good upland, tho Held, and it is not impossible Mrs. Charley Reneer visited her one fact to tho thorough satisfaction they may yet be 2 Vi miles east of Hartford, on Horton called upon to sup- mother, at Nelson, Monday. of all informed obsorvors, that tho U. press revolutions in u half a scoro There nro several cases of Influ- road. Mail routo by door. Good .S. of America, when voicing it's unitPeoples un- -. enza in town uow but none of thorn dwelling and all necessary outbuild,nf European nations. ed sentiments is Republican and not accustomed to exercise tho powers ings. Plonty of water for residence of serious. Democratic, politically hpcuking. and stock. Will sell nt a bargain. btato are in tho ascondcucy and may m 'misuse tools strange to their hands. J. T. WALLACE, We can appreciate the humillutiug lSt-- 4 RAISE THE BEST HOG Hartford, Ky., Routo 2. coming to a party Ming of defeat, We hear already whlspors of O. I. C. just at the close of u victorious war, BROOM MACHINE RL'ADV. As a patriot churitubly pardon tho vupor-Ing- s Pershing for president. and can anil soldier Con. Pursuing is entitled of tho down and outers. Tho I will begin making brooms Oct. to the best hi country has to give, victors can well afford to bo Some breeding stock fo'r 28. Will mako brooms for half the ,but U it not fair to UHk If the popu-jlu- r oo r a or nt 85 centa each. Brooms on (leneral has that type of training sale. liajui for aalo at leasouablo prliSte. thing that would especially fit him aa chief Michigan did th tumoibl LOYALL P. BENNETT, N. A. SCIIKOADBR, door-keepto the executive of the nation? We have viiM ahe acted aa Route 7 17tf Hartford, Ky., Route 2. that would ' 18t3 of the I'nlttd State Keaate not tbdt Information b.ula one-sixth nb-'su- rd sur-lende; I Wat-terso' ! ' I dls-rlpll- ed I gen-orou- u. er to carry tho county by upward of 800. Entered according to law at tho as mall Postomco, Hartford, Now, that tho election is behind matter of tho second clnss. us, tho most of us havo voted accord- i K, Is the most important word in the business world to-day. j It implies efficiency and capability. To Test Our Service Is to iind out that we are now ready to take care of any reasonable want at the VERY BEST MARKET PRICES. WE STAND THE TEST: Our Fall g Winter Lines ARE PRACTICALLY COMPLETE. The most complete line of Dry Goods, Notions, Hosierj, Underwear, Shirts, Overalls, Floor Coverings, Men's and Boys' Clothing:, Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits and Cloaks, and the best line of Footwear in the county. Men's Work Shoes $2.50 to $7.50. Men's Dress Shoes $2.50 to $8.50. Ladies' Every Day Shoes $2.50 to $3.50. Ladies' Dress Shoes $2.75 to $10.00. We invite comparison. Respectfully, Carson BEAVER DAM. (L Co. returned homo Tuesday from Camp, Mr. Edd having n discharge and Mr BUI a ten dny furlough. Mrs Peg Porter and son. ('land, of Cromwell, visited Mr. Tripp and Jim Taylor from Saturday until Sunday Mrs. Cortland Taylor and sons, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. the Mrs. Maubra Ranney spont week with relatives near Rob Roy. Messrs. Oscar Stevens, Leo Stevens. ! and master Oscar Wright Stevens have returned from Detroit, Mich. Private Archie Burgrcss, of Camp Taylor, spent tho week end with relatives hero. Mr. David Rhoads died of pnou-innnTuesday morning nt 2 o'clock nnd was buried lu tho Baptist Ccme-tnr- y Ho Is surTuesday afternoon. vived by his wife, two, daughters and one son. Word has been received hero of the death of Private Cecil Draper lu Darcl C. nnd Oswald D. spent from Friday until Sunday with hor purents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gordon, at Prentiss. Mr. Ely Davis is spending n few days with bis father, Mr. R. W. Davis. Mrs. Roy Stowart and llttlo son, Kinueth, aro visiting her sister, Mr.s F. L. Taylor. It seems that tho heavy frost we France. havo been having of late has run tho Mr. and Mrs. John King havo gono llu out of this neighborhood. to Oklahoma to spend the winter with m their daughter, Mrs. Iglehart. COOL SPRINGS. Mrs. Frank Burden died at her home near hero last week with The farmers aro very busy gatherby her ing com und hauling coal. Sho Is survived husband and eight children. Mrs. Agnes Tate and .Mrs. Kra Tho body of Corp. David Barnes, Woodburn visited in Rockport Tueswho died nt Camp McClellau, Ala- day. bama, arrived here last week and was Mr. Chilton Elliot nnd family and burled nt Shultztown. Mrs. Will Tanner, of Rochester, wore Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrocklin tho guosts of Mrs. Fannie Scott Sun havo gono to Florida to spend tho day. winter with their sou, Mr. Clifford .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlllmnn nnd McCrocklin. Miss Lizzio Flnrreur, of Evansvlllo, Miss Doris Rurgress, of Prentiss, wero tho guest of friends and relaKy., was the guest of Miss Luminio tives hero last week. Taylor the first of tho week. Miss Mary Kitchens, who has bceu Mr. Will neighbors, who has been very sick of influenza, is some bettor. visiting his mother, hns returned to Mr. Jesse Brown visited In Evnus-vil- lc his homo in Jacksonville Fla., aclast wcok. companied by his mother. Mr. Tom Chlnn's baby is very low -m with whooping cough. FOR KALE. Muster Oku Goodnll who has been sick for somo time is able to bo up Studebaker Touring Car, 1917 now. model. New tires. Perfect mechanMr. Newt Willonghby was called to Cheap for quick sale. Hroadwuy to attend his sister's famiical condition. LESS TAYLOR, ly, who had tho Influenza. 20t:'.p Beaver Dam, Ky. m ASSESSMENT NOTICE. in pnou-monln. I BALI) KNOB. The people in this neighborhood nro rejoicing over tho news of tho war being over and also tho prospect f true democracy to be the ruling nnd may tho entire world bo blessed with the samo ruling. Mr. und Mrs. Arthur Haven nro receiving congratulations on a new girl, cbristned Oonova May. Mr. und Mrs. Charlie Smith and daughter, Miss Marie, Bpcnt Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ells Smith. Misses Fannie Mao nnd Mario Smith nnd Messrs. John Iller nnd Everett Taylor woro ploasant cullers of Mlas Winona Taylor's Sunday. Mr. John Goodman J vory llf with Uaart trouble. Moatrs. Edd Drako and Bill DoueUs I or ono or my deputies will bo at Beaver Dam Monday, Novombor 18, 1918, to assess all persons of East nnd West Beaver Dam voting products, who havo not nlready boon assessed. Tho lateness of this nppoint-jno- nt Is duo to tho prevalence of influenza lu these neighborhoods. D. B. WARD, County Tnx Commissioner. Got the Genuine. and Avoid Waste. in Every Cake Cconomv IM t . win n ii '"" t Atfa r . " "In, ' i' if ninHrmVUr ifcftUt" iN ifryft "J" aWaWVanaiifiidVI. )wfimfmmFFig 3avH: I Mmmm s ConRolcum make room brighter and cheerier. Their soft, harmonious colors nrc pleasing to the eye. They nrc really beautiful in spile of their low cost. No fastening needed because the felt base has no tend ency to cud or "kick up" nt the edges. Thcsurfnce Art-Rug- n.iiv -?v ip a MTw I ewiy g. is hard and smooth and "The most durable filly deprinted wear-resistinJloor-covertn- scribes Congolcum. SIZES. 9x12 $1(5.00 0x8 $8.00 6x64 1 Mfm w All Conrjoleum Products now brnr n Goldocnl Guarantee that insures your inonry linck if tlie service is not natiilactory. Look lor the Gold Seal before you buy nny punted especially printed rugs. C mt9 Whan tho United War Work Mrs. Lou Berkley, ot Narrows, visited Iter son, Mr. Kil Berkley, near Solicitor for funds approaches you, 01.it on, Inst week. don't glvo him or her, tho deaf ear, the icy stnro, and turn the willing Miss Ernin Carter, of Route 1, will helper of your boy or your neighbor's return to Bowling Orecn Monday, to boy nwny with a wish that they had not known you, or that you did not school tliore. llvo In their town or district. j season is now open, will Rabbit Our attention lias been called to limy tho highest mnrkot prico, cash. ho fact that in mentioning, Inst week, W. B. ELLIS &. Hro. l20tl. those Republican candidates who had carried tho county by moro than Miss Gladys Ilonnolt returned In seven hundred majority, tho namo of UowlliiK Orecn llrst of tho week to Mr. Ernest Woodward should have rcsumu work in the luminous school Included. As a candldnto for county there. attorney, in 1006, Mr. Woodward's majority was 765. Mr. Waller Woddinc went to Stitll- j on tho camp ton Saturday to work Mr. William Phleldcrcr is now construction, hut returned Monday rooming at the Foster House. Mr. 'on nccount of sickness. Pliielderer's rooming quarters aro i preexcept not of public "Little Hob" Taylor died nt his scription clerk Interest Ohio as with tho County homo nt Heaver Dam, Wednesday Drug Company his services aro somenight, of pneumonia following an times required, out of business hours of Inllueii7.ii. lie leaves a wife and this mention is for thb conand three children. venience of the public. er nt-jta- ck j; ' I ' Turkeys Wanted For 44446. I Thanksgiving Trade I will pay the highest market price for Turkeys delivered to my J car at Centertown, Ky., Friday, Nov. 15th; Hartford, Ky., Saturday, Nov. 16th, and Dundee, Ky., Mon 1 day, Nov. 18, 1918. f 50 t 1 I Our notice last week of the pres11EDA. ent whereabouts of a number and make-u- p of the I. C. train crews that Everybody seems to be in good so long held tho boards on the Owens-- j -.. o ,- -r -boro branch, brings out some addi- spirits nnd enjoying health, no sick.. tional information of some other ness of any note. W. C. Bennett jmMV vzeV.Arx." j r Jii't , "a, &:; Pr'VtV c&? members of theso crows who had es- and wife and Orval Tlchenor and wife vj v l caped our attention. Wo are In re- visited Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Tlchenor jWiatr'vwmv?tytT3gtt''n?gH:v.syi ceipt of thq following letter from Mr. last Sunday, had plenty of waterGarfield Barnard, now foreman of melons to eat. Mr. A. A. Rowan purchased a farm tho Dundee section of the M. H. & near Beda from G. W. Bennett. E. Mr. W. C. Wiggins and family and Dundee, Ky., Nov. 11, 1918. D. F. Daniel and family visited Mrs. Editor Republican, Window Shades, Mattings, Druggets, Curtain Harrel and Mrs. Alice Carson last Hartford, Ky. Poles, Draperies, Lace Curtains, all at the lowest Dear Sir: Your notice of the Sunday. Quite a number celebrated in our present whereabouts and employment prices possible. See us for these goods, and rememof a number of the old I. C. train community Monday night. ber that it pays to trade with a house that saves you Mr. J. D. Holbrook has two cases was read b mo with much Increws money. s terest, and if you will indulge ' mo of influenza in his family. Uncle John Ashley says he can't space I shall be glad to supplement your statement. Bill Peg, for many keep still for moving about all the years freight engineer on the branch time. line, is now on a freight run out of LANDS FOK SALE. Maxle f Ruthart is still Paducah. firing for tho veteran engineer, Bill Attorney M. L. Heavrln has sold Reed, on tho Owensboro passenger 300 acres, 6 miles from Hartford, We want to express our sincere his office building to Mr. Wado Baize, run. Fult Smith, brother to John, river bottom and roling hill land. appreciation or the activity ot our of McHonry. Mr. Heavrln will 'refit and for a long time a brakeman under In flno stato( of cultivation, well tills week. Keep up , correspondents he former Republican office building, Vitteto, is with tho "Frisco" on a run watered. Residonce of 7 rooms and jthe good work and help us to give thu north-weof the court house front, out of Monett, Missouri. Shelby ( 2 halls, water works in house. New county. people nil the news of all tho with a suit of offices. Mr. Baize, Hand, for many years section fore- - barn and silo, good orchard. Two who is now in business at McHenry, man at Horse Branch, is retired on a tenant houses with barns, wells, etc. Last season we advised farmers to will engago in business in Ills newly pension. Sherman Pearce, so long Rural dally mail. Telephone all hold their tobacco, and events JustiMr. The Hartford Republican Springs,and Mrs.onIra Day, of Sulphur fied our advice. This fnll wo would purchased property. Mr. Crit Hud- foreman on the Fordsvillo section, modern conveniences. Will sell as a us Monday. called son, who now conducts a grocery on died several years ago. J. G. Law- - whole or in lots. counsel an early sale anywhere the lower floor of the Heavrln build- son wno neat tiown tne section ai ..NOVEMBER 15 FRIDAY Tho Owcnsboro loose leaf tobacco around prices that prevailed last ing, will move into tho building Just 240 acres, 7 miles from Hartford, Whltesvillo. a number of years, has year. market will open December 2. below the barber shop. mile of depot. Rural daily mail; charge of a gang in tho IC. & I. yards If., B. & E. IS. R. TIME TABLK. in Louisville. C. W. Lemons, who be- - 75 acres rivor bottom land balance liost Ouo small black purse, on Fourteen deaths from Influenza louth Bound, No. 116 Real patriotism and Christianity came a fixture at Owensboro, is in bill land, all tillable. Good five room Nov. fi, in Cromwell or on tho road .....9:06 a. m. have occurred at Taylor Mines. at Hartford One may be measured by our ability to charge of an' extra gang with the L. house, telephone, cistern, well and 10 containing about $3.00 and a trunk Worth Bound, No. 114 give, compared by tho who'spent lasting springs. New barn and out & Finder please return to Elmer give, when the outlay amount we H. St. L and the writer, A small child ot Mr. Jerry Clark key. 6.46 p. m. Due at Hartford Young orchard, plenty of of funds go nine consecutive years In tho track buildings. died of influenza, at McHcnry, Sun- Sandcfur, R.- -l Heaver Dam and re wholly and entirely (Both "Mixed" Trains.) from our posses- department of, tho Illinois Central, timber for uso on farm and same to ceive rewaril. 20tlp sion to day. direct and necessary relief or tho last five years on the branch lino sell. others worthy of our best effort. The at Fordsvillo and Deanflr'd. left tho JOHN B. WILSON. Every teacher in the state will be Mrs. Sarah Sclirocter has returned , money you put into war savings service in 1909 and took chargo of from a lslt wjth relatives at Center-tow- required to take an examination next stamps and Government bonds, was an "extra gang ' with the L. k N HUNS MOVE SLOWLY News i Personal :: year. Those already holding certifiIN HOMEWARD MARCH. not, in any sense a gift, you aro cer- railroad on tho M. H. & E. branch, cates will be required to tako the extain to, and fully expect to get every and has been in contluuoin service and Social Euents. :: Mrs. Ernest Ulrkhead went to amination only in the added branch cent back, and that too with a full as extra and section foremen, and has With The American Armies On Tho ' Owcnsboro Wednesday aud returned of agriculture. measure of interest. As a rule, only been with tho L. & N. and M. II. & Mouse And Moselle, Nov. 12 Ger- yesterday. the skinflint and tho miser will re- E. for moro than eighteen years, and many's army was moving slowly along Dr. J. U. Tappan, Judge McDowel fuse to help, when reasonable, in has never been spspended nor had its wno, ront toward tho rear today. Hon. and Mrs. N. II. White, of Foglo and Judge Mack Cook, made a these war relief activities. John Crowe has Installed a broom lno American iorces remain cs- a "black mark" against his record' factory at Narrows. Olaton, were pleasant callers at this trip to Select, Arnold, Horso Branch when tho during that time. Wishing success actly whero tny we and other points In the eastern part office yesterday. Tho effectiveness of tho Red Cross to The Republican and to any of tho , of the county, in tho interest of the organized was fitly Illustrated hero old crew who may se.o this, I am, So far as known at the American Mr. Davo Tuttlo, of Pattloville, was, army headquarters, no disposition Major J. M. DoWceso has been re- big war work drlvo, Sunday. In town Wednesday. yesterday. Mr. W. S. Tinsley had Very truly yours, cently transferred to Ft. Sill, Oklaho has been displayed to block at any; learned of tho Illness of his son. GARFIELD BARNARD, Prof. It. P. Green, of Howling Glenn, in Lexington, and had attempt Mrs. Isaac Fostor visited friends in ma, for service. Sec. Foreman L. & N. R. It. point that part of the agreement proGreen, was hero Tuesday In the in- ed ror two days to get into communividing for tho withdrawal of the GerHeavur Dam Sunday. man troops. It is realized that tho Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Litchfield, terest of tho State Normal, or his cation with him through tho UniFOR SALE. reversing of tho gears of the groat Rov. II. C Truman, of Fordsvillo. city, wcro agreeable callers at this city. Prof. Greon Is ono of tho most versity authorities and tho officials of pleasing educators in Kentucky, and tho military training company, of broken German machine will not bo otllco Wednesday. was In town Monday. Two good young Jacks cheap. a gentleman whom it is always a which tho boy was a member, but simple. ,G. W. CRUMES There would hnvo been no surprbo A number of new cases of influenza without success. Yesterday Mr. Ed !0t.1p. Among the Ohio countlans the pleasure to meet. Horse Branch. among the' American officers had the uro reported from Olaton. Harrass, secretary ot tho Civilian Ro-li- cf writer met in Louisvillo Saturday Mr. Berry Rial, who recently German front remained almost unComtnitteo of tho Red Cross, took woro II. I Taylor, It. T. Collins and FOR SALE. bought tho William Acton farm, near up the matter and within a few hours changed, but already thoro appears to Rov. J. T. Cox, of Rosine, called Ira Dean. Sulphur Springs, has ordered threo had a report that tho boy was in on us while in town Wednesday. 18 good shoats. Will average 60 have been left immediately In front ot the Americans little moro than a Ono nice hundred dollars worth of grass seed Camp hospital, and rapidly on tho pounds. For Halo or fringe of soldiers. In somo places, for spring sowing.' This is perhaps way to improvement after a mild atAttorney Otto Martin was in Calhorse, ono farm mnre. W. E. ASHBY, tho largest seed ordor ever mado by tack of influenza. Help the Red 19t4 oven that lino has been withdrawn so houn on legal business Monday. DR. J. S. BEAN, Centortown, Ky. mifOhlo county farmer. far that the army men on this side Cross. You may need it to help 20t2 Horso Branch, Ky. Mr. Klvis Smith and family, of your boy. Do you get up at night? Sanol is do not know its location. Mrs. T. C. Taylor, formerly Tho Germans reluctantly abandon of Fordsvillo, moved to Owensboro last surely tho best for all kidney or bladmm Attorneys Otto Martin, and W. II. Beaver Dam, but now of der troubles. Sanol gives relief In ed their efforts to continue fraterniCentral City, AlttHXNTHATORS AOTH'K. week. Humes went to Whitesburg In Letch- has received 24 hours form all backacho and blad zation where tho lines still woro in acletter from her son, er county, Wflduosday, to take depo- Eugene, in France, in which Sanol is a guaranteed troubles. All persons having claims, against der the County Farm Agent Hrowder visit- sitions in u lawsuit. remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at proximity, but threats to hold us young mau says ho has enjoyed the thu estate ot S. L. Hasham prisoners anyone approaching the county, last 46-deceas- tho drus store. ed "his home, in Logan sport of Hun hunting, hut ii anxious ed, will present samo to mo, properly American lines practically stopped week. Thu good town of Centortown has to get back homo again. WIIITKHVILIjK. provon, on or boforo December, 10th their visits. felt tho heart throb of progress and Hohind thu American lino tho ac1918, or they will bo forever barred. Mr. J. H. Thomas spent from Fri- is malting some decided improveFluko McFluko und "Old Timer" The farmers ot this community are tivity of the supply trains continued W. A. HASHAM.. day until Sunday with Uls family In ments in its streets. spent Sunday on Rough River sighttoday und thu troops mobilized at thu very busy with their full work. Mattlngly, Ky. Oct. 29, 191S. Louisville. seeing. Thoy mado tho trip on "The Miss Ava Sutton died at her homo front settled down to rniitino duty. Atluir. S. L. BASHAM. deed. Tho sheriff reports tax collections Angler." Hut llko tho "foolish vir Thursday morning with pneumonia Thoro was au increasing number ot County Attorney, A. D. Kirk reIN COUNTY COURT. aud Influenza. Sho was laid to rest leaves of ubsence, however, aud the Sunday from a business trip tho best iu tho history of the county. gins" they forgot to take oil, and turned August collections far exceeded all Daddy White had to tandem them in Sho is towns in the rear where troops nro Run cemetery. in Bell's to Mississippi. former collections lor that, month. with his good boat "Pearl." N. P. Kelley, M. R. Tlchonor and survived by her mother and father stationed were gayer than at any Abblu M. Gaines- - woro recently ap- and three ..sisters aud threo broth- time since the beginning of tho war A smnll lco cream freozor and ns Notaries ers. Thu celebration that began Monday Mrs. Frank Burden, of noar Heav Marlln Keith, a fai'incr living nenr pointed and qualified await a claimant at Red some dishes Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mos,oley woro night gathered momentum instead ot er Dam, died of pnoumouia, last week. Horso Branch, hud his barn burned Public for Ohio County. Cross headquarters. Roy Fulton has been appointed the guest of Mr. Tom Leu Ralph and showing signs of abatln.g Sho loft a husband and eight chil the first ot thu wcuk. Mr. Keith lost 4 Tho hoavy frosts of recont mom-.Jng- s dren, the youugast of whom is only ubout 2,000 pounds of tobacco, two and tialllled ns Admlustrator of tho family Tuesday. FOR SALE. Mr. Hobart Wostartlald and Miss tons ot liny and sonio farming imple- - oMuto of M. A. Turner, deceased. liavo ripened tho corn and the L months old. Ella Loach liaa qualified an Norn Suttou surprised their many jtuaittH. No clue to tho origin ot the farmors aro busy cribbing it. One Hindi cow and ono mare 7 On account of ooatlnutd prevalence fire la known. No iutmrunco on the Admr'x., of H.' L. Laaeli. deceased. triends by roIuk to OwtMutboro Holiyean old. will bring colt in spring. llargurlte H. Miller won trim) Nov. day and getting married. Mr. Koith in sum aeutlona building nor coutanU. MsOrotklln, of influanaa Mr. aud Mr. Thomas 8. adjudged a Uiulk ud tuuiauj U- -t 4 barn by fire about two year villi. l iud "u-'l- ill" 6U 'l PiicLM reahon.ibl.1 or Heaver Item, left atuna;r fur ju Uw couuiy no jurks .ill be CHB8TBK ROYAL. they will apand tba for service In circuit court here next raj. The former flr resulted from to the(Weetern Kentucky Asylum of MUs Mayisle Boarniuu Tuesday. Fiorld i, where ' Houu 2, Hartford, Ky. Mr. Muriou Roach and wife,' who 20tlp for the Insane. week. K(julty canee will be hard. V 'nliirf. wuU.r imffig&ksaS&zrg fflAr ii''i fjr 2n?Gbt Mr. William Acton, of Sulphur Springs, has purchased Mrs. E. P. Mooro's residence, on Clay street, and moved into tho property Wednesday. Mrs. Moore and children will visit relatives at Narrows for a few Davo Hhoads, of Heaver Dam died days, after which they will go to Monday morning of pneumonia, fol- Akron, Ohio, where Mr. Moore is lowing influenza. Mr. Rhoads was employed with an automobile manuyears old and leaves facturing company. about sixty-fiv- e a wife nnd threo children. Mr. W. S. Tinslcy received n letter Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphrey from Lexington Monday, that his son where Glenn, who recently returned to that U i went to Owcnsboro Friday, K.tliey will remain through tho winter. city to attend Stato University, was XlMr. Murphrey will engago in the to sick and had been sent to a hospital bacco business in Owcnsboro. at Paris. Telephone communication with tho Paris, hospital failed to Our subscription list fa being rethe young man there, and Mr. duced by the lopping off process but Tinsley has since been unable to got the great number of new subscribers In communication with his son. coming in daily prevents the slump reaching largo proportions. We gratefully appreciate the patronage of our we For several weeks now the Ohio must insist upo.i subscribers but up them paying County jail, rccleaned and relittcd As throughout, has been ready for oc- sometimes. now werapidly as wo can arrange it are going to a cash cupancy, but so far no criminals basis. It is tho only business way, have applied for accommodations. and besides tho government is force- Ing us to adopt it. IC you mean to Mrs. C. M. Harnett received a tele- pay us do so, or let us know when gram yesterday that her you can pay, and if you do not mean Mr. E. W. Cooper, was very ill nt his to pay at all let us know it. We do Mrs. Harnett home in Nashville. not mean to give you the paper. left at once for the Tennessee city. lo-ca- to son-in-la- Davlu Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Harncs, of Prentiss, died at an army camp In Alabama, last week. His remains were brought home and buried nt Shultstown. Kentucky Creameries U. S. Pood Administration License No. L.T. RILEY, Manager THOSE I. C. CREWS. HARTFORD, KY. have had tho influenza, are able to be nut again. ' st ( i n. -- . o Ei-hun;- c , yr "'' i eUl A- rr "' ;"". " t-- t; IWJ III "P'lPP I' 'T U1 ' .l'?i )- - THROUGH WILDS OF AFRICA j I FIFTY PER CENT 1 Why You Should . Give Twice What You Did Before INCREASE FOR Plenty of Excitement In Motorcar Trip Recently Undertaken by Lover of Adventure. To travel 1,00 miles overland In n motorcar through the wilds of South Afrlcn without a mishap Is considered it remarkable accomplishment, according to u story in African Motor of Johannesburg. h In this urtlcle it. Asbor of Port tells of a successful trip. "Tlio roads In this country nre notoriously had, which makes tlio feat performed by the car the more striking," says Mr. Ashcr. The journey took him through City of the Saints, Fort Ileaufort and through lledford, n typical Inland city, nnd many of the larger settlements. In spite of rainstorms nnd almost impassable roads no dllllculty was ex perienced throughout the whole trip aside from tire trouble. Some portions of the Journey were mnde nt the rate of 37 miles per imperial gallon of gasoline. Parts of the journey through Montagu pass nnd Kyshnn hills had to be negotiated In second speed, yet through nil of this mountainous travel the remarkable feature wns the coolness of the motor. Mr. Asher reported that no water wns put In the rutllntor from Otidtshoorn to Port Elizabeth, which arc at opposite sides of this hilly country. Describing parts of the trip and commenting upon the appalling road conditions In places, Mr. Asher says that after plugging nnd struggling through almost Impassable roads, n river wns encountered which had to be forded. It wns necessary to take the plunge with the car into a swift torrent, so deep thnt ho could not open the car door. The radiator was partly submerged, but the car plowed through successfully. KHz-nbot- " WELFARE WORK United War Work Campaign Drivo the Week of November 11 to 18 to Raise $250,000,- 000 for Men With the Colors The government bus fixed the sum needed for I lie care of the men In the service. Unless American give twice as much as ever before our soldiers, sailors nnd mm lues hi 1010 may not enjoy their ",000 recreation liultdliigs 1,000 miles of movie lllms 100 'stage U.000 stars nthletlc directors 2,000 libraries supplying 3,000,000 books STi During the week (if November 11 to J8, tlie people of Kentucky will lie ailed upon to subscribe more tlinn two nnd a half million dollars us this mate's quoin of the national sum to be ust'd during the coining year for wel- Jure work nmong tlio boys with the 'colors over there ami over here. 1 The United Vur Work drive during 'that week will "he participated In by Mho seven organizations whose work In Kurope and this country Is endorsed 'by the Wnr Department. They nre the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the Na tional Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the Wnr Camp Community Service! the American Library nnd the Salvation .Army. " ItAVns Intended orlglnnlly to n.k the rntlon for $170,000,000 from the people Mo carry on this great work through tumther year. Kentucky's quotn wns placed at $1,770,800. However, It has been found that, oil account of the niiiazlng Increase In the size of our nnny nnd imvy and the enlarged of our Allies, the national amount must be Increased HO per cent, nnd this calls for a vorrciondlng Increase from every state. As the problem has been presented to the various states of the Union by the otllclals In charge of the 1'iiited War Work Campaign drive, the leaders In every state have rallied qulcklj around the standard of the uO per cent Increase, believing that tliu needs ol the men In the iinuj and navy .should take precedence over everything etae. At a recent meeting In Louisville, rep reseritutlvcs from all seen organizations from all parts of the state discussed this 00 per cent Increase very thoroughly. At the cloe of the discussion a resolution was Introduced b It. I'. Ernst, of Covington, reading in I hostess' houses 10,000 "111b llrotlter" sec- retaries Millions of dollars of home comforts Give to maintain the morale that Is winning the war now. VICTORY BOYS AND GIRLS ARE ENLISTED ! Call For 30,000 Boys and 30,000 Girls !..- - ty ...-I- ... in rtciiiukK T- - earn ana uivc iu Five Dollars Each. rI .follows: . "Jtesolved, That In view of the neces elty for a larger fund for the United Wnr Work, It Is the souse of this meeting that Kentucky should endeavoi to raise Its proportion of the amount required for the work and that a fif per cent increase be recommended tc nnd urged upon each county ; and, further, "Kesolved, That a copy of this re.-- , olutlon lie sent each county, togothei villi a short, compact statement ol the necessity for this Increase." Mr. rut moved the adoption of the resolution, and it was seconded by Judge It. W. Ilingham, of l.uiisllle. This resolution does not require tin county to change Its county quoin mi less the county organization -- o ile tires. It Is an appeal for each conn ty in the state to get a ."0 per ceni Some The Victory l?ojs' Division of the United War Work CampalgTi, with the national slogan, "A Million Bojs llohlnd u Million Fighters," and the Victory Girls' Division, under the slogan, "Every Oirl Pulling For Victory," means that, while there nre a million boys nnd a million girls in the United States behind two million lighters, In Kentucky there arc .'!0,000 boys behind 150,000 fighters working heart and soul for the success of the drive and T.O.OOO girls pulling for Victory with all their might and main. These Victory Hoys nnd Victory Girls form the "earn and give" division. The appeal to the boy aid girl to earn nnd give Ro.rto make n personal sacrlllce for the soldier who Is making the supreme sacrlllce for the boys nnd girls at home. The unit of gift, $.", will give comfort and cheer furnished by the seven organizations, the Y. M. C. A., the V. W. C. A., the National Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association and the Salvation Army, fc a soldier for a week. Kneh Victory Girl will earn her $0, nnd give It to the United War Work Campaign, to provide clii'cr ami com- SEEMS GOOD BUSINESS IDEA Proposed Commercial Register for Holland Has Powerful Support In Industrial Circles. A law to establish n commercial reg- fort for an American soldier, and the thought that she Is contributing to the comfort of one of the khaki lads will Inspire her to pull the harder for the man whose service star Is on the Mag. A successful cssiy contest for the Victory Hoys and Victory Girls is just cieislng in Kentucky, In which prizes will be given to the winners. NOTED SPEAKERS TO TALK OF WAR WORK Every Section of Kentucky Will Be1 Visited Duringthe United Welfare j Drive Fo'r Large Sum. The United War Work Campaign will lie well put before tile people of best-know- . ' . of the reasons for the In the quota are as follows: 1. Uemarkable Increase In size o) American nrmy. All budgets wen based upon the size of our nrmy last tqirlng. Three million soldiers to serve overseas before the year Is over In Etond of one million. il. Serving expanding needs ol American imvy. Some of the organl tuitions uniting in this campaign lmv not covered the navy with their pasl programs. It. This is n war of peoples ai much as armies and navies, and the In ilustrlal classes must he served wltr velfure features near our munition! Iihiuts. 4. The conditions of women affect d by our work must not be overlook l, and the girls In our muiiltiom plants must be provided witli whole koine recreation. .". Service extends from the time the boys enter the trains in' their home towns until they reach the front .line trenches, representing American home cchool, college, library, forum, best club life, best of the stage, all church cs and synagogs, ti. Continuity of this service can noi lie continued without increased funds Is there any Jink you would omit? 7. Thu untiles of our Allies liavi nsked for the same programs for Iheli uriuies. 8. The Increasing number of prl oners of wur look entirely to us foi their physical, mental, social nnc moral St. If peace should come within f Fliort time, the greatest need for out program will follow. In most wart demobilization has proven deuiorallza Hon. We must not win the war nnc lose It. A great educational progran is planned to meet Ibis emergency which was not Included In the orlglnu ligures : $8,000,000 for text books ulnne 10. Uiaergencli'S and crises are sure to come. We must he prepared foi them. It is expensive to follow l moving army. Kentucky will accept the challenge to raise this us she lias accepted every other challenge It this wur, with the same will to wlr that Inspires Kentucky's buys In the trendies and training camps of Kurope on the battleships mid In thu traltdii catiipti of our own country. It mil bo dono If every man, woinar ninl child In Kentucky turns to tin task with high riolvo to uuilululr t! loimuonut'ultli'w niittiHlluu fur mm i lug pan-lo- t Ism. h ilt- llui.iiI Uuruii'j;." crease In well-bein- Fool rlnht nil tho time Don't lay oA from work for daya by taking calomo, not have an cud less chul iof repairs. keeps yov , when pleasant Uo- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilorelievingyourtrou.b ' Quality le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don The Dream and the Business. tako anything else. You can't alTorc Considered it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys"The Germans thought wur was roiSarchiy. Can Shape Own Destiny. tem and relieves constipation. A nat glorious," said Itrand it is the mantic and Other prominent speakers will he Whitlock Iu n Toledo address. "They're Nothing Is more certain, humanly ural remedy, natural In its actions, Burt Cheapest Dr. W. A. Oiinllehl, president of Centre finding It u very sordid aud disappointipeuklng, than this, thnt what n man in its effect and certain in results. Il x won't bo long beforo Llo- wil College, Danville; Bishop Charles E. wills himself to be, that ho will be. ing business. in the end1 completely displace calomel in ever) Woodcock and Dr. Chailes W. Welch, "The Germans are In the position of lucob A. Rlls. homc.i Children can tako it freely ant . L.... ur of Louisville; lr. Frank I McVey, the young lady who was usked If her s WJfcUy. with perfect safety. Every bottlo rubf president of Lexington University; anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Non seaside love ulTuIr hud beeu very if Vnll Umtl II CalBlnnliin.liln. .... A 1 Spasmodic Sermon. Dr. John It. Paltei'sou, president Rcnuino without the likcnes3 and Bigna our late-a- t cutuloi.'ue before you purchase. of the University of Louisville; tlio A mnn's character Is determined by turo of L. K. Grigsby. For ealo by " 'Itoniniitlc?' she replied. 'No. Iteal-IfctlTho New Home Sewing Hachina Co., Orange, HasO Kev. E. L. Powell, Louisville; Dr. E. what ho doe's his reputation by what . U. WILLIAMS. Hartford. K Hubert uud 1 each be gets caught nt. rufher. V. Miilllns, Louisville; Father Fitzgerald, of Owonsboro; Father Tom thought the other wns un Immensely hu Has, of Howling Green; lluhhl Joseph rich swell, uud it turns out thnt on mm iir. collects the monthly Installments New Food for Horses. Itiiuch, Louisville; C. A. Teve'baugh, tT our uour-sllparlor curtains.'" A new substitute for oats made with United Wnr Work Campaign Director :onrso treacle Is given to horses In for Kentucky; Judge .Matt O'Doherty, Paris. The Ignorant Lady, Louisville; Edward J. McDermott, "Mllltnry Ignbruiico Is bound to . Louisville; Frank Daugherty, of Hards-towshow Itself," said Itopresontntlvo : John Tyler, of Paduciih ; Gon. i Uncle Pennywise Says: Woodytml In it trenchant crltlclshi of. wmiwis.s;);vmviJii-ri- Itfiiiictt II. Young, P. II. Callahan, Jo- ..,. s. ! r .,411 I Wo must linvo I'nnugh unwritten law nz? m nrrnoK, 3u;i.od .vaen cv'iyt,uir' the f ds. a seph Selllgiiian. Iteu S. Wuslior. Mrs. Ilie ejcnu.iu oueusive. .ui iKouruuiu now to provide n precedent for most Dissolved,., w r fcr lu i.i i i'j", uud l.r.'a'.e s J. II. Judith. Itubbl Jacob J. GIUlo-uiii- shows Itself, for that matter. Ot0 .vt'i',.rix..c thiv j. a I'no tn - c "I heard n lady talking to a mission- auy kind of n case. all of l4uUvlllcr Max It. .N'uliin, mation iirrvdy, ai . ..i..wa u.,J "J. RecmmadM ly lydia C. ary the other iIh.v about a Turk. of Howling Green: Tluswlore j'iy, of Fwklmrn Med. Co. for n ywrl '"Did the acouudtol wtjur u foe.' KIOfJt:Vf5.!VE3 Ar.D KicuKhoru : I oe Kuufnmn, of A hcahna wonder for Dally Thought. l catarrh. TROUBLE ; Jiuhtv Kamuel J. Itutdrlct. and tlio niiwlouuiy asked. Pntlonco nd gcntlomMa are power. "" : ii tiiuai . iul.iv I ...... i lv.oncir.icnl. . " " ' i ever i!5 I lie u "'No.' suid the ludy, 'hu was cleun lte lilcl'.iud McCre.ul, - "" ' 1 . ll. U nl . Leigh Hunt. ": i.nrf n iVil"" ', CCUlltcr. J shuvwi.' " "'".Mia, nit ii.ii f r lli-s- Kentucky In the counties, cities ami towns by word of mouth as well a.s through the newspapers, by the n speakers In the state, who have enthusiastically consented to give their time towards furthering the interest of the drive. Prominent speakers from every corner of the state will deliver addresses, not only in tlieir own towns, but will travel through the state to tell story of the work of the Y. M. C. A., the V. W. A., the National Catholic War Council, (lie Jewish Welfare' Board, the War Camp Community Service', thu American Library Association, and the Salvation Army. The'.se speakers will outline the eif the seven organizations that "arm our boys with the morale that wins battle's" nnd will carry the word of the Inestimable good of the work to every man, woman ami child In Kentucky it is possible to reach. Among tin' notable speakers who will be ii'ii rd In various parts of the state In the Interest of the United War Work Campaign are three Kentucky Congressmen, who have been overseas and have witnessed at t baud the good done' by the seven agencies Swa-ge- r a Shelley, David Kincheloe and 1 Al-vi- patch from P. L. Edwards, commercial attache of The Hague. It Is reported to have the support of members of the government, of high legal critics and of important business generally. This Is said to be the culmination of n movement started 1'0 years ago for the passage of such a law. One of the most Important features eif the proposed law Is that It forbids the use eif precisely the same name by more than one concern within given districts, It also provides that in each given district there shall be maintained a public register In which would be given the inline, age and domicile of each member of a linn, as well as the extent to 'which each one might lie held legally liable for Its obligations. It also would muke llie'gal the use of a deceptive title, Including such words, for Instance, as "brothers," "and company," or "and sons," where the owner Is only one person. From the proposed commercial register a stranger would be uble to ascertain the name and residence of bidders of not fully paid tip .shares, and the full particulars as to the na tionality, residence, etc., of managers, j directors anil oilier uiuccrs oi corporations and associations. There would also be particulars as to former bankruptcies of persons or concerns in ".cation. The present law already provides fir publication of many of thi'se details, but they nre only to be found In such scattered places that In practice they are not available to the general public. Wrist Score Pads. A convenient little score pad for the golfer Is attached to a leather strap, which may be fastened around the wrist. The score pad Is worn, of course, on the left wrist and the golfer may Jot down lueinorundn of his score as easily as social memos are scrawled on Marched cuffs or used to lie uheu Marched cuffs were In fashion. The usefulness of the wrist has been sadly neglected in other yours, when the bracelet and occasionally the fun were the only things it wns expected to carry. Wrist watches and golf scores now fall to its share its part of thu burden of life's impediments, and very elllciently It meets its new obligations, ister In Holland has been Introduced in the states general, according to a dis- 1st Moudny In March 13 days Coin'th. nnd Civil. Babies Burdened With Names. lBt Monday In May 12 dayt Civil. It begins to look as If the same per- 1st Monday In July 12 days son who used to christen the Pullman Com'tli. and Civil. sleepers has taken up his residence In this city and Is now naming war ba- 3d Monday In September 12 dnys bies. A glance nt the vital statistics Civil. records shows thnt some of the girl 4th Monday In November 12 days babies nre going through life burdened Com'th. nnd Civil. with Christian names thnt will compel the growing generation to give consb-crabl- e COUNTY COUHT. time nnd study to pronounce All of which recnlls the words Moots them. first Monday In each month. of General Sherman. New York Sun. Judge Mack Cook. County Atfy. A. D. Kirk. Ought to Save Money. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshtp. A Lowell man works nt the LawSheriff S. A. Brntcher. rence street plnnt of the United States Superintendent E. S. Howard. Cartridge company and his wife works Jailer Worth Tichonor. on Market street, lie works .nights D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner and she works days. When be gets home In the morning she's gone nnd Surveyor C. S. Moxlcy. when she ronie'S home nt night he's Coroner E. P. Hodgers. gone. Hut they see each other on Saturday long enough to go to the bunk FISCAL COUHT. together and tuck a nice little roll Meets Tuesday after first Monday away after the bills are paid. Doston Globe. In January, April and October. Ed Shown, Hartford, 1st District Route 3. Introduced Himself. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav Grandma was out walking with her er Dam. small grandson when n large dog came Q. B. Brown, Simmons. running along the wnlk. The little 3rd District G. W. Howe, Center-towboy started to pet the' dog when grand- 4th District ma warned him not to, saying that he was strange to the dog and might get nth District W. C. Daughcrty.Balze-towhurt. At thnt the little fellow walked over to the dog, made n bow, and sold : flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. "I'm Ford llrndley. Now you know 7th District B. F. HIco, Fordsvlllo. me, don't you?" Htli District B. C. Rkoades, Hartford, Route li. War's Glory. HARTFORD. Wnr, like all other situations of danger and of change, culls forth the Mayor J. E. Bean. exertion of admirable Intellectual qual-Itle- 's Clerk J. A. Howard. and great virtues, nnd It Is only Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. by dwelling on these and keeping out Marshal E. P. Cascblcr. of sight the sufferings and sorrows, L nnd nil the crimes nnd evils thnt fol low in us irain, unit it nns us glory We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi In the eyes of men. Bryant. n. n. Old New York Tree. The oldest tree In New York, or anywhere near the city, Is probably the famous tulip tree near the south bank of the Harlem ship canal, n few hundred yards from the Hudson river. The forster.s have estimated Its uge ut something nenr three centuries, but that guess may be somewhat short of Its trim age, for the trunk la far from sjininotrlcnl, nnd had been subjected to hard usuge before the park department repaired Its burned nnd rotted Intcrlgr nnd put nn Iron fence nround It to keep van-- ! dais nt n distance. DIRECTORY. CIItCUlT COUHT. Judge: R. W. Slack, Owenyboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Mnstcr Commissioner Otto C. MarItOCKPOIlT. Jnnics Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. l Ch'm'n. Board itiuvr.it Ch'm'n. Board tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Hartford. DAM. W. T. McKonno? Cal P. Keown, Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshnl R. F. Stovutts. lOHDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKXDAB-CounHoard of Education. ty E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart ford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo,. Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3- - 11. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslne, Ky. Dlv. No. 6- - -- Otis II. Stevens, Bcav- er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center- town, Ky. TImo of Mooting 1st Mondny tn February; 1ft Monday In April; 1st Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st Monday In December. E. S. County Bonrd of Examiners Hownrd, Mrs. I. S. Mnson, Mrs. O. W. 20. -- t.1 Duff. Jan. 25 and 2C Common School Diploma Examination. May 10 nnd 11 Common School Diploma Examination. May 17 nnd IS County Teacher' Examination (white). May t nnd 25 County Teachers' 2-- Examination (colored). Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Stata Teachers' Examination (whlto). Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd State Tonchers' Examination (colored) Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County nnd State Teachers' Examination (whlto). Sept. 27 ami 2S County aud Stnt Want to Build a Pyramid? If the crent nvrnnild of Cbeons tn Egypt were to be built todny Us total cost wouiu tic not toss jttitin siou.twu.-00- French Dry Cleaned and Pretitxl La Superltr Manner. according to experts who have studied the vast .structure. Cheops Is Bend ui your Garmonti and W&1 4S0 feet high and covers almost thirThem teen acres. Upward of 1)0,000,000 cubic feet of stone were used In building CLEANED CLUAN this great pyramid. Packages called for and uoltTort. 0, Ladies' and Men's Garments BwiUHI: WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealcent WEAK or mLv EffiflKsXLP f for LUH6S CONSUMPTION A Ciulck relict for that tlrrd, run down fee lint, coucht, paint In chcl. nlcht iwmM. hcmoi fliaco, weak lunci or consumption. If il dotfc-no- t help yon ll coata you nothing. FOR ONE MONTH Practice Kindness. Kind words cost no more than unkind ones. Kind words produce kind notions, not only on the part of those to whom tluy arc addressed, but on the pnrt of those by whom they are employed, and this habitually In virtue of the principle of association. Jeremy llentluim. , r THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL GO. nARTFOIU). KENTUCKY. ruu U3 ( 'Iff Three Cows for Every Australian. It Is estimated that Australia has cows to give eacli man, woman nnd child In the Island continent three each, while Argentlnn con do even better. There are five cattle to each Inhabitant in tlio big South American republic. you tnko tho Drnugbau Trnlnlng, tho inumni; nunnw" men inaorva l oa can titko It al college or hu matt, Wrlto lo-l- iu D1UUUH0.V8 I'iUCTlCAI, lll'SI.VES COLLtOJ' 1'aducih. Kr R OSITIG'N mi EYE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE And Fitting of Glasses 0WENSB0R0. GOOD LEXfHGIflH, lac KY.t BUSINESS UHIVERSITY Secured or Your Money Back U tfJUr X. Bctbns UWt Dullness, Short Hind, Typo Writing and Ttlegraphr Thtl ol.l n.t inJtitntM Collrgn ran do much for uJ Swum youit ailM( and towarl AfcA. MtaruS wearing pcttlon.lllploinaawardo-- Hrclil CJoarwfnrOoT-rriinir- nt DR. J. H.THORPE KY- - ..... m... . w. .. ladlua atteodlDf hit rUlon of k LtAj rrlarlpal. lt i.iin,iMiirna,nprr. Buaalon. Ci BiuHit home, for particular!, rVILBUR ft. SMITH UXINQTON, KY. Thouunda rf ntyy fnl imduatM. HlnaDrtlmt. KniulormrnU aldn, Canned Squatter. Masonlo In n suburb of Kansas City n squat- Temple ter has built n home composed entirely of tin cans, unsoldered nnd rolled out flat. If ho had more ingenuity he might have constructed nn automobile. t. St. Louis Globe-Democra- V0 USE LI NEW NOT SOLD THE 8EWINQ MACHINE OF QUALITY.1! . V-VER-- tafc Summing Up Life. Think on this doctrine that reasoning beings wero created for ono another's snko; that to be patient Is it branch of justice', and thnt men sin without intending It. Meditations. Each to His Liking. Trnfes-soPickering thinks If he had $10,000,000 he could talk with Mars. Huh I If we had ?10,000,000 we could make love to Venus. KufTaln News. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. oE UN,DER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tho NKV HOMK you vllL have a Ufo asset at the price you nay, and will If you pnrcbaso fPESSH Ve-La- c, n :0tr!e ESssSS differs. Every Woman Wunt -- ....,...i.l.ft.B .....;! d-i- dic. n-- p.i.-.t.uiiu- W ".. . X r- 'ffl-cr- f v' "if" "PERSHING DAY" ON' COUNTY COURT DAY Speaker Will Talk of United War Work Campaign Drive In Rural Sections of Kentucky. County Cottrl Day In .10 cnunllps In "Kentucky fnlln (in Monday, Novcinlirr II, tho first iliiy of the United Wnr Wnrlc CiiiiiiiiIkii ilrho, tin day which 111 l rnllcil "I'itkIiIiik I My," because llio Krpnt Aiiici'lc'iiii kciio'hI Iiiih ho heartily endorsed ciu-l- ninl nil of the "(von orKiitilzntlnriH milted In thn i United War Work Campaign Program The mmpnlgn begins on Monday morning, November 11, and ends at midnight on Monday, November 18. Ah approved by representatives of the Government at Washington tin; money raised will he divided us follows: ' y. m. o. a ra.or Y. W. C. A ,. t THE ffT ':';'i Tkw Kp.t Conlcnts 15Pluid Drachtiyj I jJeot! USSift .1 - CASTORIA Tor Infants and Childron. .JSiTi ..!,. S.S0 Na 1 War o mil Catholic Council fill KEf pj!5!d jn.couoh-aTzaovii'C Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria cum-lwlBi- i- Knights of (Joluinbus) 17.00 the Y, V. C. A., llio Nntlntuil Catholic Wnr Council, llio .Tom IsIi W'elfure llonril, the Wnr ("amp Coiiiiiiiitilty Service, the Amer-icnLibrary AMMicliitlini iiiiiI the Y. M. tin ('. foils V SJJ'CB - AVciicIablcrrepnnfionfiVsHniilhcSlQT,achsaminCTvtlstf - A., ii War Camp Community Service 8.80 Jewish W e I f a r u Hoard Sal-Mitli- ,05 Army. Comity Court Day, oven In times of pence, Is mi occniloii for much activity In the gathering together of the farm-'l'of the (list i Id, hut on "Pershing IMy," with the word of the war on this litis of overjbody, great zest nnd patriotism will he added to the usual buzz and hum of Court I My h.v bun-rids of spcalicis who will lift tholr miIco.s In the Interest of the United 1 S Library American Association 2.05 Salvation Army ... 'J.0."i Any surplus will be divided mt a. j;,j F Ti...i...nmnJiniMlWes1ion Signature J.''iW nui"-- ;l: :z t Always Bears the of GhccrfulncssandRcst.ConUins ini:ii;i . 2 pro- Lee Dirk, Owensboro, Ky. Chairman District 3. United War Work Campaign. ALLIED CAUSES WHOSE NOBLE AAf IS TO MAKE THE l.S SOMETHING MORE THAfiTANINSIGMA AW EMBLEM OFMORAL LIFE AND HONOR, m IllCu Eri'-tf. ''A MncroLNoT Nawootic .a neither Oplum.Morphincnor "t . M N wasEJ1I l I" V t LM 1 MASS MEETINGS IN jI'S' """ 'Mil , SOLDlEiS UNIFORM mm Ue4?S 11.1 Mx Sriaa JixhrUtiettl MtitSrr llbm Sml ar c tiu .o- In Wnr Work Campaign while the rural residents are gathered together around I lit county court houses or In other sections of the towns. It Is a mighty opportunity to hrlug the Importance of the work of the even ngeni'lei hefore the farmers, to piiM the eiidnieiaent of (Jen. Pershing right along, ami to hrlng home the Imperative neivsMlty for not only contlnu-luthe wnr welfare work, hut of ex tending the scope of the ncthltlci of the seven orgaulatloiw. Speakers will he supplied for each of the thirty counties which hold court on "Pershing l),iy,",no less than six peakers being assigned to each town. ,No farmer who mines to town to Irade will evcape hearing the wonderful story of the good being wrought Jy the war work agencies nnd so em tnuscd that he will carry the word hack to his own fireside to shine it with his family. It Is n marvelous story, growing In greatnes" all the time, and It hears the istiunp of the white seal of truth and high Ideals, splendidly carried out In '(he United States mid Overseas. g CITIES AND TOWNS Kentucklans Everywhere Will Listen to Speakers Business Men's Clubs to Hear of War's Welfare Work. On Friday, November 8, there will be a mass meeting In each of the larger Js. ate V-- Ifatinrnnfunr Constrpah'onamlDtarrhoes I 1 -- l..r..lPr.moitvfor 4 2VIlCJPlU"-,,"- ' icvcr-y- ana fyr At Use For. Over HATTLKKIKLDS TO YIKL1) AN INDUSTRY TO KKANCK - I 'rcsultinlhefcfjronH!llilfan racSimilcSljnatcreot: "ALL FAITHS" DAY IN DIG WAR WORK .rfS.. DRIVE C..M.J-- .. m...mu- - in !... Every Denomination In Kentucky Will Hold Special Services. .U. J' "All Faiths IMy" will he nhsiTved In Kentucky Sunday, Xm ember 10, when Protestant and Catholic, Jew and lien (lie will Join la sotting forth the aim .mill Ideals of the United Wnr Work Campaign, the week of Xovptnhor 11 .to IS. The Y. M. C A., the Y. W. C. A., the National Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Cniii! 'Community Service, the American Library Association ami the Salvation Army, hao at the reipipM of President Wilson, united for one great drive 'The appeal of thev seven organlr.a lions is not to one element alone fix they collecthely represent all religloui tcrecds nnd faiths united in a might work for the welfare of our soldiers at home nnd oxerseas. There Ik no narrow dividing line In tthe great work, no religious dlffereucei lliut all are hound together In one suh-I- I me fnltli, one great belief Hint Id unity there Is strength and In unit; there Is tiKo the real spirit of Chris tlanlty. .lust what each of the sewn organ!-7iitlonIs ttolng fur the morale not only of the soldiers, hut the several millions of women and girls who ore working In munition plants In tlilf country nnd In France ami for othe'i women workers In the industrial centers, will he set forth. .Ministers, priests, pastors, prelates, rahhlx and other lellghms leaders ot every sect ami denomination will ltd represented on the platform on thai Hoys" and "Viclay. tory Girls" will he reached through the Sunday School. On the afternoon of the same day, 'Sunday, Xovonilier 1(1, a rally will he lield In every precinct in Kentucky .it which the ncthltles of thn seven great organisations of the Culled Wnr Work will he set fortli by speakers who are tpialllied to tell the storj of the work. At night on the same dny United War Work Campaign rallies will bt licit! In every county In the statu wl'.'n two speakers at each rally who will tell of the far leaching effect of tlie work of the boven agencies. These county rallies will he held In ach county scat ami In counties where (here are towns of good size a rally will lie held in each town? livery man, woman and child In Kentucky will he jnaile familiar with the wonderful story of the work of the organizations on "All I'althi Day." s y cities and towns In Kentucky In furtherance of the Interest In the United War Work Campaign. These ma S3 meetings will he by prominent speakers who will set forth Hie activities of the Y. M. U. A., the Y. W. C. A., the National Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association and the Salvation Army, the seven organizations which are providing phjsleal, mental and moral help to our soldiers overseas and In the camps In this country as well as doing a mighty work lu providing needed comfort for the several millions of women and girl munition workers both In the United Stntes and in France. During the week of November :. to 10 there will also he a buries of business men's conferences held under the auspices of the Commercial, Itotary and Klwanls Clubs of every city o( fi.OOO or more Inhabitants in tlm state. These conferences will bn addressed by prominent ami successful business men who have acipuiluted themselves thoroughly with the work of the seven organizations and who appreciate the Imperative necessity for continuing and increasing the activities. Many of the men who will address the meetings are fathers or close rebi tlves of boys "who are serving la France and who lane learned directly through letters from the hoys at tlu front, of the Incalculable help all the seven organizations Is rendering the soldiers every day. Franco should have a new Industry after this war especially If tho ex- fctiiEs: "! 4 penditure of shells continues another r5e,r ezfr. year or two. Bach side, It is said, J lias used, since March 21, more than 5S' 2" TireGnnAunGoWAJ NEWYyi Thirty Years R. P. Ernst, Covington, Ky., Chairman District 11. United War Work Campaign. j I I , 3,000,000 tons of steel in various sort3 of shells. Tho aggregate, of steel buried in tho battle zone almost might niako that strip a Mcsaha mine. And the metal to bo reclaimed would not be raw ore, or even pig iron, but finished steel. The battle zone, if lost for decades to arglculturo ought to provo valu-nhl- o ns a inino and a storo house. Literally tho major portion of the steel produced by four industrial nations will have been sown in that zone for a terjn of years. The dead weight of tho stuff Is simply stupendous, enough, in fact, to mineralize every over. acre that has been fought Drenched In steel those square miles of battlefleld havo been, until the re clamation of the metal should amount to millions of dollars In worth. The Ifinrmntta wtin linvn vnln!tpfl ttlfi enil- tured mines of Brley, are transferring tho product in a refined shape to the country-sidRhelms, Plcardese perhnps, can ho rebuilt from the price ot the metals shot Into her. Minneapolis Journal. e. CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THKCCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CtTT, Stare k Pianos in Advance 1 No Money Satisfao tion Gunr KLL&i nntocd Fa ot o-- LoweatNet Prioos Terms 9. A. CTARCK PRESIDENT Ssait Saving of A. SlOO to 20O Fac- From tory Direct KOCH MAKKS HISTORY IN TINY KRKNCH VILLAGE , PARADES IN STATE Dr. S. P. Fetter, Ashland, Ky., FEATURE CAMPAIGN United War Work Drive In Kentuck) Will Be Splendidly Advertised on Saturday, November 9. Parade Day In Kentucky will be Sat unlay, Noveiaher !), when fifty or iaor cities and towns in the state will hole patriotic parades In honor of the Uni tetl War Work Campaign which starh November 11 and continues through the 18th. Klahornte plans are being made li. many of the towns to put the parade on In a manner belltting the Importance of the seven organizations, the Y. M. U. A., the Y. W. C. A., the Na tloual Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Uonrd, the War Cauir Community Service, the American LI lirary Association and the Salvation Army, and thermit welfare work thej stand for. Kvery city and town In the state will lie decorated with the posters and banners, of each of the been agencies mid countless banners, pennants and Hags will be carried by the paraders lu many of the towns plans are un der way to have the United War Work Campaign parade held at night ami some brilliant programs hae been mapped out to make the parade, a cr. spectacular event. , Oweiibhoro ami Ilodgenvlllu are go lag Into their parade program on an elaborate scale nnd the citizens of al' denominations and creeds will unite In carrying out the spirit of the Joint drive. The Louisville parade will be put ou at night and thousands of pnrtlcipnuti will march. The colored people nre working earnestly and ciithuslnsticallj to help put the United Wnr Work Campaign over anil they wltl have a large rcpresentatltlou lu the, parades. In addition to Hie seven organizations mentioned there will he sect lour of Victory Hoys ami Victory (Ilrls, and one of the students, who are among the most enthusiastic workers in the milted drive. While the Inlluenzu epidemic has in terfered somewhat with the genera parade program In the state, tnasmitc'i as many lmc been prevented froir entering Into the preliminary arrangements, the fact that crowds ma gatli or makes it possible foi almost every community to put mi a moru' or lebs claborutu program. Chairman District 19. United War Work Campaign. Paris, Nov. 9. "A certain little villago In France," says La Llborte, "will one day bo famous, for it will he said of It: There Indeed was tho fate o( tho world decided; there Marshal Foch established his headquarters; thero he mapped out that magnificent strategic maneuver tho fruits of which wo are now witnessing. "In this llttlo village Marshall Foch leads a life replete with work. Ho has with him only a small staff, conofflcors, all sisting of twenty-eigpicked by himself. "Ho works continually with his favorite disciple, General Weygand. It is tho latter who has charge of the transmission of the Marshal's orders to the various armies. "Tho General enjoys tho best of hoalth. Ho eats with a hearty and smokes a pipe. Ho was not formerly a pipe" smoker, but displayed an Increasing liking for that form of smoking ever slnco Field Marshal Sir Douglas Halg presented him with a beautiful pipe, and now tho marshnll has no fowcr than ewonty-elgpipes. One for each ot his staff officers prehaps?" ht o, ht We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will pay upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. 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The American Library Association s one of the seven orgunlrntlous la the United War Work Campaign, ami its ipmtn will ho tie voted to suppljliig our soldier boys mid munition workers with hooks ami periodicals. A groat work. White L. Moss, Plnevllle, Ky., Chairman District 17. United War Work Campaign. l'AX.GKHMAN VLKKS magic castle out of i1ag;Hgf;:::i:::i:ii:ii:ii;:iiiiiiii:aSSfaiT FROM HUN DANGERS. crowned by some u sto'ry book, not a station was passed groupo ot competent, 9. Nov. Copenhagen, Count but had Its brown-cla- d AVWWL CUUX&M1 Americans on tho platof tho Deutsche Uevontlowj editor Here Is your opportunity to Insure eager Tages Zeitung, ono of tho most anient form, each man searching, with against embarrassing errors in spelling, pronunciation and poor choice of Journalists, has tied to eyes, for thn familiar American face words. Know the meaning of puzzling behind tho car windows that ho might Donmark. war terms. Increase your efficiency, which results in power and success. Upon his arrival horo ho predicted semi a hall in good old Americanese. Thoro Is ono city on tho lino famous the German situation would bo much WEBSTER'S tho world over for its cathedral, and worso when tho soldiers return. thero tho khnkl uniforms are thick- -' Ho said anarchy was probable. HEW INTERNATIONAL Tho food organization was failing ost; also behind a wire stockado as, can pulls DICTIONARY $3 an and several largo towns are without the train spots out of tho station of anothar color tho teacher, n universal question food as tho result ot the stoppage ot bo seen answerer, inndo to meet your to vivid green In which tho French dress trains. This, ho snld, was hoiind needs. It is in daily use by their German prisoners. These hospreclpltato terrlblo riots. hundreds of tliousands'of suctages of war aro the particular pride cessful men and women the world over. m 400.000 Words. 2700 Pages. of tho doughboys. REPORT HUN RANKS 12,000 lllogranhlcal Ena look at our Henles as you "Tako tries. .10,000 Geographical Subjects. SUSPEND PAYMENTS CRAND PRIZE. (Highest Award) from pass," a Imposition. London, Nov, 9. It Is reported In Cheyeuno urged at tho station. "Our KlCllJUt and INDIA PArEK Editions. WKITP. for Siclnwn !ac. KKUK a wireless dispatch from Amsterdam outfit caught them right on the range luckxt Mjp, you name this lupir. n' that owing to the rush on tho banks up at Chatoo Theoory and are G. & C. MERRIAM CO., up right proper." Springfield, Mjks., U. S. A. In Horlin these institutions have So, through tho interior and here in stopped payment. the great city, which Is still repairing m tho scars left by the Germans' "Dig YANKS SPIRIT RRINGS PARIS MANY SMILES llerthu," aro the russot khaki figures, numerous as the blowing leaves from Hy Robert Welles Rltchlo. tho chebtnut trees. Tho French peo-pl- o smllo ut tholr Juvenile assumpParis, Nov. 9. On a long day trip jlrnm port to Paris tho full slgnill- - tion of proprietorship and laugh unco of the American colonization of with them in their fun; and down in In tho heart ot their hearts the French feel the treFranco is revealed. MM tho chateau district' ot ancient mendous tonic ot this young blood in :ii;;n8t8:;:Sqgrii Frauco, wiiero every misty height la u weary land. pan-Germ600011-lustratiobow-leggl'anaiuu-l'ucUio 1 fut-tonl- &cZfeusyui!wd S mn "SS Jr Read This Ad, Then Read it Again! THE Great WORLD WAR is ENDED But the Great lit 1BHllIlliMllliailHHilIlllM""i""""EHlllIlIilIlllllIMllMllllll!Ki lit In bi llou IHSQ1IB H I HUH HAS JUST BEGUN COUNTY is fully expected to go "over the top" in raising: her OHIO this great and noble work just as she has gone "over the top" in raising her Red Cross and Liberty Loan quotas. We MUST raise this fundand WE WILL. Ohio County never fails! because the war is ended, we must not for a moment think that this JUST war work fund should not be raised. It will be at least 18 months, according to officials in position to know, before thousands and thousands of our boys are back from Europe, and they must be provided with entertainment Unit-e- d and amusement while in foreign lands, and this must come from this great War Work Campaign fund. Precinct Quotas and Chairmen: 1. 2. 3. Read what Bruce Barton says, and take it home to yourself: The boys will all "be I 4. 5. ' 6. 7. coming back some day. Some wounded; some God. grown strangely old. But most of them well and normal enough, thank And we will stand along the sidewalks to see them pass. How shall we feel that day, I wonder. Will their eyes say to us, "We were hungry for 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. East Hartford Wm. W. Riley ....$455 West Hartford J. C. Her . . .. 624 Beda A. C. Smith 260 Sulphur Springs-'-WayMidkiff 416 Magan Lee P. Miller 91 Cromwell Clarence James 221 Cool Springs Walter P. Bennett 260 North Rockport Z. Harrel. 200 South Rockport R. C. Reid ... 200 Select E. B. Finley 91 Horse Branch W. O. Reid 182 Rosine Andy AI ford 221 E. Beaver Dam Prof. E. E. ne . Tartar W. Beaver Dam C. P. Austin a bit of sweet, and you refus- ed to send it." "We were cold and you let the hut fires die; we were lonesome, and the movies stopped because there were no funds to carry on." Will that be the message of their eyes to us? Or shall we stand confidently in their presence, greeting them as men who have nothing to repent. as men who in their absence gave freely of wealth and time, that there might be warmth and cheer and comf ort over there? They are coming back some day perhaps before we think. And what will be the message of their eyes to you?" ' 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. McHenry Prof. Vas. s Centertown E. M. Morton Smallhous W. M. Addington.. . . 143 E. Fordsville Warren E. Peyton 195 W. Fordsville J. D. Cooper 286 Aetnaville J. A. Bellamy .. ..117 Shreve OIlie Duff 104 Olaton E. M. Hoover 143 Buford F. M. Hoover. 195 Bartletts B. C. Rhoads 195 Heflin L. E. Charlet 169 Ceralvo Narrows C. B. Everly .. 416 .... 633 230 390 Pt. Pleasant John Lindley .... 78 221 195 117 156 91 91 126 126 W. C. Loyal , Ralph J. L. Patton Prentiss Hershel B. Taylor Herbert O. T. Burdett Arnold S. W. Evans Render Joe James Simmons Guy Ranney ;V Above quotas are 50 pe cent above original estimates. This increase applies to the whole country and has been made necessary by the greatly enlarged scope of these various War Work activities. - And Ohio County WILL "Go Over the Top" C. OWEN HUNTER, County Chairman United War Work Campaign .v I