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ABDICATION DECREE t Jfortfarft KttWimm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1918. formation of n grontly extended Gorman federation. Such a federation With Wllllnm Hohcnzollcrn at Its head, tho Express argues, would carry the seed of another world war. It Insists that tho former Emperor must bo seized and his activities preventod. Tho Dally Chronlclo In an editorial makes a similar demand. ... GOOD ROARS SPIRIT. PATHFINDER ANALYZES THE HECENT EJECTION. TOOT CUT OFK 11V ISOATS No. 21 200 I f f Indications aro that tho worst Is over, BILLION IS TOWIANE but tho peoplo should not relax cau- (tlon, as lt Is entirely possible tho dl- A towllno catching about tho leg of seaso may break out afresh In thoso WAR'S TOTAL COST Tho Pathfinder, a Washington pubIS TO BE PUBLISHED lication of tho highest class, and an Martin Vessels, ago 33 years, deck communities whero little of lt has so Independent periodic, shows uptho hand on tho steamer Rowling Qrecn, tar appeared. dishonest methods by which the lead- Bq oozed off his left foot and the foot 175 Billions Is Sum For LETTER FROM FRANCE. ers of tho Democratic party under- dropped into tho river. Germany To End Discussion Franco, Oct., 14, 1918 Tho accident occured at tho Spotts-vlll- o took to fool tho people. Tho PathAll Belligerents To As To Whether Kaiser locks. Tho steamer Rowling Mr. Jesso Rurch, finder docs not sparo even President Pattlovillo, Ky. was unablo to get through tho Wilson In Us treatment of illegitima- Greon Last May. Has Quit. Dear Cousin: I am getting along cy of election means employed. It upper chutes because of a bargo of fine, and hopo you arc tho samo. says: coal In tho chutes. Notwithstanding the defeat at tho A towllno wa3 hitched to tho bargo Well, Jesso, we broke the Hindenburg Tho results of the historic election Washington, Nov. 18, Tho direct tho road tax there but I Pari, Nov. 10. In order to end recent election, of bettor good roads of Nov. 5 are now pretty generally to tow It out of tho way. When tho line, papers. guess you read about it in cost of tho war for all belligerent naIs undoubtedly n Wo got a lot of prisontho Bowling Greon backed and tho line known. the discussion ns to whether William tions to Inst May 1 was reported at county. In tho developing Tho returns Indlcato that tho Re became taut, a kink in it caught over ers. I have been in battle for four about $175,000,000 by the Federal Hohcnzollorn has really abdicated as spirit Peoplo from all parts of tho county publicans will control the lower house Vessel's leg. days. Wo drove them back 17 miles. German Emperor It Is understood tho Rosorvo Board bulletin Issued coming to Hartford como Into con - of conlresa nilsolutelv: tho chances Refore tho steamer could be check- Wo gavo them some chase. German Government Intends to pub ' estimated ... . nnml """- - ""-- ntt (! !uu" Kiftila it'll " nnnrltif ,now favor their controlling tho It ls tolerably cold over here. Wo and lt is to nearly that tho cost will line cut through tho limb, bono ed tho llsh his decree of abdication. This,1"" "" amount $200,000,000,000 own- - nntl tho bJ"1 ls, """.ate. though It may take the official nnd all, and the foot dropped Into tho did not have much hot weather this of an attempt to justify tho dicing a Rood effect. Seeing Is bo- - count8 Jn Michigan. New Mexico and rivor. summer. Thoro has been a lot of before tho end of the year. These war on tho ground of Germany's calculations were compiled by tho Hovlng. For a number of miles out ,ldaho to (,eterm!no thls. Tho Dcmo. dug Cnpt. tho frost. 9 I sleep Isolation. , nt onourishinc tho forlorn hone steamer William Wortman ofother without a bit of In a fresh it is hole, board fiom various sources, and while cover, and rainRowling Green and r i..ii..Hn,, .lrnn nrmr.iinp in "" a" tho ron1'8 leading Into Hart-their accuracy ls not vouched for, cut, low correspondent at Zurich of IIn- - J0"1, tho grades have been In good thnt they may bo ablo to Uo tho scn. members of tho crew hastily impro- ing. I was so tired at tho end of tho board believes tho figures are the put vled and bridges Mar- - vised a torquo and bandages. The four days of fighting I could hardly substantially correct. ntc; in that case formation, concludes with tiIL.Soil'"l , ruimir. 1 nufu iinu iu uu u .,vK........h B,mj, wou'd caat thc deciding votO accident occured at three o'clock in walk. After the battle wo found mpn words: For purely mllltaryiind naval purnaturally put an and tho beglnlngrnwasn1 rnnrla made ' . d they couU, . retan thclr (lomlnn. afternoon, and the Rowling Green dead with swords stuck into them poses it is estimated that nil belliger"To avoid difficulties and to . . Vir v .Ttiut (tinat i" fit . .. llwi i.wtitt-ittnrdid not reach Evansvllle until six nnd their clothes taken off by tho ents had spent niul uiiffnrtmr flf lion uy a sienaer majority. about ? 132, 000, 000,-00- 0 I recently some moves are being mado ,.. . ..... i, H,r,, ,.n.i It can not bo mado too nlaln that o'clock but, duo to improvised Germans, ft was something fierce, s to May 1 or about nway from the county seal mai indi- tho Democratic administration was bandages, Vessels had not lost an ex- 1 tell you. I got your letter nnd leave my faithful subjects frco to of the total war cost. Thi balance cates the temper of tho people In the repudiated by tho people. Tho Demo- traordinary amount of blood. started to road it when the Huns choosu a govornment which seems to matter of road betterments. On tho cratic leaders are holding long, secret " The Injured man was taken to the throw a shell close to me then I quit representatcd Interest on debt and them most compatlblo with honor expenses. v Sulphur Springs road a survey has confabs at Washington and they are Marine hospital in Evansvllle. and hunted a hole. You ought to see other indirect war and to their Interest." How tho coat mounted as the war been mnde, beginning fivo miles north as us when wo como hand to hand. We n as tho German lead- grow In proportion from year to year ...... -nf town that will eliminate the stcen .1 DEFEAT OF SIIEULEV. .i charged right into a bunch ot mai..u ' , .. ls illustrated by tabulation, showing London. Nov. 19. Tho rumors , ,n ,h f nnn - 7. . . uuiuuiuu; chine guns when their gunners broke ineir cnerisneu nucirinea ii,.lin..7illom tho Bch001 Nowspapers throughout the coun- and ran. Wo felt good shooting at that the mobilization and the first hU8' LCaV,nB must swallow some very bitter nrLr hmperor. may Possl - prcgont road b(J(l near Mldklff.a try express surprlso at the defeat of them as they ran down the road. It five months of the war in 1914 cost bly return to Germany as supported Swager Sherley, of Louisville, for is all open ground where we are now. all belligerents about $10,000,000,-00- 0. The administration, from President congress. InN 1915 the expenses jumped! by tho Ucrlfn Loknl Anzelgcr's hint , , t t R cro38og tho Mr. Sherley himself was We captured a place whero they cook that ho would not be refused an entry roaU Just 80Uth of Concord BChool,on down, employed every poss- - not surprised. Louisville Democrats up their own people. Thoy had a to $26,000,00(M00- - in 1916 they in10 that counirj, havo created a con- - thouso nnd then Is carried around tho bio agency, legitimate and illeglti.? election of Demo, were not surprised. No other result chop block Just llko we do for cutting creased to $38,000,000,000 and in sldernble stir here. They are featur- - Cartcr am, Duko , lm to. to force the they risked a all on was to be expected. Louisville is a Re- nn linrra Wn pnnlrl rra thn hnnrig 1917 they were estimated at $60,000- ,toward Su, congress .d by several of tho morning news- - hur s , publican city, and has been tor many lying around just like hogs feet, j 000,000. This year's expenses have also con. cratic Ths ch ho cast of the die and they lost. AH papers as creating an uncertain sltuabr,d to wh tho Combs years when a fair expression of tho They had some in the pots and plenty run only a Jlttle above the rate last acros9 Ir plans for the future aro smash- tlon which Is rendered n.oro doubt- - RouBh r,Ter nnd makes a moro practl- people can be had. It would require lying by. They call us tho "wildcat" year. ' ed, the same as tho German war- . Raised By Loans. ful hv nrcnunts of the activity of Ger- -. i people expose the manner ot division. Some call us tho "Grand , llassway for a number of plans. Southern control of a volume to of tho wan tiriiiinir.inilktt In several coun- About $150,000,000,000 stealing the Democrats havo resorted Aviators" because we go so fast they' nortli of tho river, to get to'.lords h nat'n '" I""-.- . tho county seat. This route also C0B!:esa 1Bnd to for years to make a Democratic can't keep the artillery up with us. total war cost has been raised by the the now congress Tho fear mainly Is that tho former cHln,nat08 aI, hcnvy grades betwcen "HI bo majority in Louisville. Buying regis You ought to see one battlefield war loans of various nations, and be- Emperor would sooner Or later IIartford and sunnydale. It is ex- -; chlir,B "Brc,h1 4tfh " tration certificates was the most re where there had been a hard battlo comparatively little by taxation. The , public debt of the principal Entente come the center of a reactionary pldnent c,nn ps pQon,0 the- spectable of Democratic election fought. on tho tcd ,)(m. lho ,andowne roymovi'mrat In Germanv when the way wjjj j,rovj,j0 the right of way evil day crimes. Phony registrations, ballot- Well, when do you think you will Allies is calculated at approximately prcstiu rtivnlutliin storm has blown for a road on to Sulphur Springs that fusing to call the new congress Into box stuffing and intimidation of thc get to come over? If you knew what $105,000,000,000, or more than twice extra session, but it would bo politl- ,,. ., over and the advocates of this view ,., linw colored voters have mndo the Demo- - 1 lenflw you would be glad to get as much as the aggregate debt ot V tonstqucnti) finr'lils return to his'.. entlro rol,to.from that point to cal suicide for him to do that. In the cratic majorities of tho past twenty over. Felix ls overhere some where, tho Central Powers set at $45,000,-000,00- 0. tho face of all the reconstruction legis This does not take into former empire. Hartford. Tho farmers arc dls- - lation that will bo pressing for action. years. A few years ago a strlppllng but I don t know where. I heard On tho other hand thc fact of tho l,)layInB a niore llberaj 8rIt( and attorney, Chcsley Searcy saw the Kentucky had gone dry. I have been consideration debt incurred since last 7 former rulor placing himself or being stead ot demnndlng unreasonable Tho Democratic Hindenburg lino is rottenness of tho condition and set where we could get beor and cham- May. through and though portions The enormous size of tho war costs j.laced In the hands of tho now rulorsicomnensatIon for f()r new road broken about plans for correcting lt. Will, paign most of the time. My address of Germany would do weicomeu in beds aro consuiUnB their own con ot It still remain, it has ceased to courage nnd resourcefulness wore is Co., A. 120 A. P. O. 749 France, A. and debt is illustrated by comparison 'leaeo a8 we a3 the nuullc bcnoflt, dominate tho political front with the ante-wa- r debt of the seven other quarters. These rulers, the the young man's stock In trade. His E. F. principal belligerents, which did not The G. O .P. has driven a wedge In methods, though known to the writer, aiornlng l'ost argues, snoum do aDie.nnd aro viluntccring road beds over Very truly yours, exceed $25,000,000,000. The cost to execute Judgement upon him and betler Bround. 0ur peoplo were to tho Democratic formation so wide who has gone through a number of A. D. BURCH. ot supporting this debt was only In so doing would only bo acting as alow awakening to the gospel of good and deep that it can not bo overcome. Louisville campaigns, aro too elaborfitting instruments ot Justice. about $1,000,000,000 a year. Hereroads, but they aro getting really In- - The Democrats havo had their day ate to catalog, were clean and honorWEST HARTFORD OVER. after tho annual burden to pay inMust Uo ."Made Itnpott'iit. wo may look for better an" lno wl" ,mvo lo ",UKU l" "" Profiting by ex able and effective. terested and terest and sinking fund allowances There is everywhere, however, things ahead. Judge Cook and,ot tho cold facts: Phaps ey can perience or campaign auer campaign, cam- In tho United War Works agreement in tho idea that tho County attorney Kirk deserve much j sympathize with the Germans, who Chesley Searcy's leadership at Iastlpu,gn( clos!nB Monday, West Hart will not bo less than $10,000,000,000 presence In Holland Is In- credit for their efforts to cultivate ,aro ,n tne same so"r situation. saw a Republican city administration ford evCCedecl its auota of $624. Mrs, and probably much more. Unofficial reports indicate that GerPresident Wilson ot courso win tolerable nnd It Is insisted that ho n bettor road building spirit. installed at tho City Hall, and tho 0for two years moro and even power of the old gang of election I s - Keown and Mrs. J. C. Her wero many's national debt, represented must sonio how bo mado impotent to rhe cash in charBe of the work. If the Republicans should gain both thieves was broken. do further mischief. Tho reports With a fair ,was collCcted chiefly by the following mainly by war bonds held within the LETS ItAISE A STONE. emplro, is now nearly $35,000,000,-00- 0 House und Souutu thoy would not bo election the expected happened and from Holland show that tho unin- Louisville as naturally went Republl- - youB iadles: Mlsseg Cesna shultz, or almost one shalf ot the estivited guest is becoming daily more A numbnr nf Ohio rnnntv bnvn havn nblo to force through any very revoluEthel BUnkley, mated national wealth of $80,000,-000,00- 0. Maurene Martln. The situation ls can as Ohio county goes unwelcome there, notwithstanding given their lives for their country. I t,onary measures. from'car to Wlnnlo Wilson, Mattle Tichonor and ' CIcve-u- s Ills quiet in retirement. Debited ad- on tho battle-field- s year. There was no mystery about of France. Let 8,,n,lnr t0 that when Prcs,dent ot Swager Sherlcy's defeat in Louisville. Amelia Rarnett. Tho colored peoIndemnities To Be Huge. vices from tho Hague show that tho raise a fitting monument to their ''Iand was confronted in tho middle ple took an actlvo interset In tho Although there has been no official term by a Republican congress. Dutch Socialists reiterated In Parll- - nimnnrv. Air Rn, Hnmoit wn work and collected a neat little sum. announcement or intimation of the ment on Friday last their objections D00V0( j j,0 (irst to suggest President Taft also suffered slml- ELECTION' NOTES. this Tho colored committee wero: Jack aggregato amount which the Allies to his presence and demanded that ho ,nnnner or i,onorlng our soldlor dead. ' ,arly rrom a nostil C0"Bress- - and ho l.r,i-- l Tllln Pnrks f'notl MnNnrv will expect Germany to pay, it Is cerbo deported. The Ohio delegation In Congress Let M8 raIso nn obosk a BlnB,0 btone. ,,,as expressed tho hopo that In tho ,., i. ..., present case tho Republicans will not changed from nine Republicans and tain to run into billions of dollars, A dispatch lo tho Dally Mail from i ,i, ,...i and necessarily tho terms of payment Tho Huguo reports that tho Gorman on lt tho nnmca ot those who Kavoiahuso their power and that there may thirteen Democrats to fourteen Re............. .... . TAYLOR FORI) NUPTIALS. 11 11 .1.11 'l... .,...1-- .. 1.. h.1 ...!... ",lu m nnn.i.(lAH' l.n - publicans and eight Demociats. "must accord with Germany's ability vuint-ii- i uii tholr lives that uuuiii:ii in noiuiur freo government o pay. This ability will bo measured Thursday last adopted a resolution ' ,nKj,t ,10t perish from earth that ' t'vcon tI' caP'to1 a,m tho Whlto Michigan adopted woman suffrage. A very attrnctlvo and beautiful by the nation's power to revlvo her that tho Soldlurs' and Workmen's Ul0 BCnoration that conies after us!Hous0 lnsteau of distrust and Woman suffrage was defeated iu "homo wedding" was that of Miss peace-tim- e rlso to tho In Ilurlln demand tho extra- - may bo jnBplrod wUll ,ho industries and trade and cxainp0 ot tentlon. If both sidescountry's wel- - Louisiana. 'Nancy Ellen Ford, daughtor of Dr. to tax this for stato, purposes. Fiilltion of tho formor Emperor and tho n Brnt0ful jieoplo to thoso who will situation and put tho All the congressional delegation jE. W. Ford to Mr. Hoyt L. Taylor, nancial observers say some claims fnro ahead of partisan politics wo from Indiana Is Republican. former Crown Prince, as well as ccr- - ,vo their lives for their country. Toccoa, Ga., which was solemnized for restoration and restitution set ot shall havo "a bipartisan control woman suf of inu resolution exlain uuncruis. Oklahoma defeated nftor-Uioo1:30 o'clock, Wednesday j at govornment which will havo tho sanc- frage by a narrow margin. exor presses belief that tho forth by interests in a few allied naMAY Ml-SOON. I5AX Immediately after tho core-imo- tions aro extravagant, because they ot solid public opinion," he says. tion cises too much Inmieuco Iu llollanu New York and Ohio elected Demo tho couple loft for a short aro beyond Germany's ability, even Tho Republican control of Congress cratic governors. mid form the center of Tho county health authorities are wedding "trip, stopping at Atlanta, though this is estimated at the highIntrigue. will give the check on tho executive hopoful that influonzii conditions may Now Mexico and Nobraska surpris Tho Dally Express sees tho possl so fur Improve that tho ban may b branch of tho govornment which the ed tho Democrats by going Republi- Ga., Jacksonville, Fla., and other est. .points before going to their homo at hlllty of a plot to trick tho Allies and lifted over tho greater part of tho constitution contemplates but which can. 'Toccoa, Georgia. RAILWAY LOSSES TO cronte ti federation for cxceodlng In county tho first Monday In Decomber. the Democrats rejected, Ohio, Florida, Nevada, Wyoming Tho groom was originally from U. S. SUOu.OOO.OOO. strength and resources tho formor instead of releasing Isolated com- -' If thoy had been nblo to see things and Minnesota entered the dry but for several years has j Hartford, Gorman empire. In tho courso ot a munltlos tho county will bo released '" a i"ro statesmanllko way, as column at tho Novembor election Washington, Nov. 19. Prospective-loslong artlclo this nowspapor contends with tho exception of such communl-'JTrtt does for instance, they Now York Republicans havo a been employed by tho Southern R. R., ' to tho government through opwon a vote of confidence good majority in tho legislature. 'now stationed as Assistant Engineer tiat tho formor Emperor is back of tios ns conditions would not at tlio lBb.t havo Toccoa. eration of railroads and guaranteeing Chancellor Elbert, former Chancellor time justify, Any action wlil, of tro"' tho country and thus gained by his Republican 'op nit Tho defeat guests wore: Mrs, fixed returns to the companies ban aml authority, but thoy choso prnient. of Joseph W. Folk, for Unlt.' Tho out of town Maximilian of linden' and Field Mar- - courso, depend upon tho dovolopo-'1,01am, Mw JcsS(J puqUBt of been reduced to about $200,000,000 shal von Hindenburg, and it lay em- - montH but tho health authorities nro'to play the game In an unfulr way, ,.1, au. a ' " 0reenv,0( Ky and Miss Virginia Bo- - for tho ..aiu.. period ending phasls upon tho fact that tho Emperor hopeful of making tho arrangement with stacked cards, and still they , to the Democrats. Lyon, also of October 1 from approximately $500. and Mrs. hannon ... lost. Thats' all thcro ls to It 'signed no formal abdication and Issu - .Indicated, Klkln's lead over Watson for Unit- -' , 000,000 tho threatened, loss several no valedictory message. ed States senator In West Virginia j wU be , at months ago. This was indicated toTHE NEW DOG LAW. ItATIIER SHOCKING. Plot Is Seen. . ,, , , was ovor fifteen thousand. i. day by tho interstate Commerce Com uoiliu in luttua uuui utMimireii A number of leading allied dlplo- 1st. mission's report that the not pun EPIDEMIC CONTINUES. Effective January 1, tho most dras John Kissinger ciimo into County kinats and statesmen, including Lord which tho government will recdvo Utobert Cecil, Under Secretary of Judge's offlco and swore out a war- - tic dog law ever enacted by a Kontuc- from operations of tho leading railSOME MISFITS tate for Foreign Affairs, believe that runt for Shock Martin. Kissinger ky legislature will begin the weeding I Tho Influenza epidemic continues 0. roads for tho nino montuj is something Is brewing lu Gorinnny in said Shock had shocked him by curs- - out process of worthless dogs. Un- - its course In Ohio county. A smaller Cecil Heavrin, a student in tho uug number of cases aro reported this lllu uirecilull iu a piui ill iniji mo iiik uuu uuuaiiifi (inn uuu uhmik viiaiuur inu jiiuvibiuii ui una iu unj Tho sharo of tho estimated shocking language lu hU found awuy from Its muster's preml- - Hoek than last, but the disa'a-- o Is Student Army Training Corps, at Lex- Allies, tho Express declares. Tho ' and guarantee.', iclurn for tho M. L. uppoar to indlcato, it adds, the presence Wednesday Shock cume sea without being accompanied by its still widespread thr)ughoitt dm coun- jlngton, writes his uncle, fucts GovKixlstouco of u plan to foment social . Into town and shocked the sheriff by owner may be summarily killed by try, only a few communities escaping Heavrin, an amusing story of tho nils- - year duo tho railroad from lho lu Holland and Swltzor-- , surrendering without waiting for sor- - any citizen. Also any dog at any it. However, tho death rate U great- lit uniform issued to himself, as well ornment for this reriod is calculated 'revolutions land and possible In Sweden through ' vlco. After tho sheriff had gotten Ulmo nway from its owner's premises ly reduced and tho epidemic is as- as to other students. Cecil will at n llttlo moro thsir i700.000.000 or ngltutors. It ls also do- - ovor his shock at Shock's obliging that does not wear a lag, as prescrib- - suming a much milder form. Hart weigh about 120 pounds, and recolv-e- d nearly $200,000,000 moro than tho. the folowlng sizes In uniform roads earn for the government. Thi'i ibircd according to these indications, surrender ho put Shock under bondjed by law, may bo taken up and lui- -j ford has a greater number of cafi'i. consideration big tho nowspapor declares, to foment ror appearance borore trio court when poundeil, una It is inauo tnq uuty ot j han at any former tlmo but tin death equipment: Underwear, 44; shoes, does not take into Wo asked Shock whero ho all police offlcors to seo tho law on- - havo occurred, nor havo any cases of SUi shirt 1C; trousors, 34 and cap sums loaned to railroads by tho Railsocial revolution In Allied countries, wanted. for nrancltig nro road Admlnlbtrutlou Ho says that uniforms provide for tho eventual return of tho lived and ho said hi. homo was iu forced. Peoplo who huvo dogs und puoumoula developed.1' At Rockport, At any rate It was a want to keep them would do well Simmons, McIIenry and Taylor Mines, uniforms regurdless of tho dimen- Improvements, equipment purchases, ros- - "Hellneck." former Einpojror of Germany, tho and similar purposes. to keep them about homo. uhuro so muiiy deaths occurred, sions of tho student. toratlon of tho old rcglnio Und tho rathor shocking affair, 11 ... to-da- y, sen-consi- ,cfn Vice-Preside- nt rf ...i three-fourth- panic-stricke- I! ,,. .... i ""' thth ,,, ft,lcWBU,ead9udu.- ". fc 1 '."".. jvB ' "V ,., ,. ' ' ,. ,,, ln i.m. ll n. ex-rul- er ny countor-ro--oIutlona- ! I I s B or i. nine-mont- ... $GH,-656,00- S'JSO,-000,0- 00 J 7'. HOG PRICES FIXED IN JOINT MEETING theso ordors will bo directed to tho mnlntonnnco of tho common object, namely, tho stabilization of tho prlco of live hogs bo as to Bccuro ns far as It Is possible fair returns to the producer nnd tho Insuranco of nn ado-qua- DISSOLUTION OF WAR MACHINE ANTICIPATED to J Government And Packers Agree On Plan To Regulate. for long periods of time, to the total exWashington, Nov. How carefully Congress has provided for tho disclusion of others. solution of tho great American war machines with tho coming of peace . a party line is found to be was emphasized by Senator Martin, Democratic leader, In n prepared hnn.o un vour receiver immediately. use. summary. conversation is it is oft" the ot Tho expansion of fighting forces, course, ends with the proclamation of interfered with. t ..i... ni1.tft,ifr rntirltinlnna, reacaijtij uiu ii'- -" r,.,i peace. Senator Martin pointed out, naa " ""'" The entlro marketing situation that the packers participating n and the collateral agencies arc limitneighbor on a party line is en.,o chanced since September joint to ed a3 follows: necessiate an entire: these orders will undertake not Twenty-on- o titled to a reasonable use of the Control of Hallroads XraUonlntheplansof price stabll- - Purchase hogs for less than the for agreed minimum lowing months. , be interrupted service, and should Tho current peace talk has and TeleControl of Telegraph month ot November, thnt Is a dally alarmed tho holders of corn, nnd his conversation inter..- i i i have the privacy during tho war. phone Lines there has been a price decline of from Pound, on average of packers droves Food and Fuel Control When fered with. 25 cents to ..40 cents per bushel. The 'excluding throw-out- s. "Throw-out- s T . .. . stato of war ended and proclaimed. f ".. jacx mat mu bgciiiiiuiuuuii Espionage Act Knd of war. nnd are to bo defined as pigs under 130 priced corn in tho Argentine Golden Rule applies with particpounds, stags, boars, thin sows and War Trade Hoard and Export ConAfrica, would, upon tho advent Sonlh no hogs of any trol End of war. skips. Further, that ular force to party line telephone service. t peace nnd liberated shipping, beSix War Finance Corporation kind shall bo bought, except throw- come avallablo to tho European marouts at less that $16.50 per hundred months after the war, with further When you Telephone Smile ket, ban created n great deal ot ap- pounds. The average of packers time for liquidation. prehension on tho part ot corn holdSix Capital issues Committee as the avorago ers'. This decline has spread fear droves to be construed of the total sales In tho market of all months after the war. .among swine growers that a similar vW iY n Heorganlzation of Government Uu- bogs for a given day. All the above reduction in the prices ot hogs would to ( reaus Under the Overman Law Six be based on Chicago. naturally follow. Moreover, tho low AND "The ability of tho packers to carry months after the war. , corn prices, would, If in- er ran ec of .. ...in .in..n.i ,i.t. l Incorporated End of Allen Property Custodian villi llUi:illl nil ratio, obvious-- , Hill U11S HirUIIKl-IM"UArt Sending Foodstuffs. cornorated in a the war, with extension of time for "result, tn a continuously falling ly Tentative plans already aro being hogs based upon thu proportionate certain duties, W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. jiriec far live hogs. In view of this made for sending large quantities of increase over the receipts of last year. Government Operation of Ships changed condition many swine pro- The Increase In production appears Five years foodstuffs into Austria and thu snmo after the war. bo ducers anticipated lower prices and to be a maximum of about 15 per for Aircraft Hoard Six months after thing will In done peacothe people of Germnny as a result, rushed their hogs to tho cent, and we can handle such an In- tho war. Is declared. caso market in large numbers, and this crease. There arc people In tho United States Agricultural Stimulation Knd of wvcrrASpment has added to and agwho evidently feel that In the light of "If the producers of hogs, should the present emergency. decline. gravated the Housing Construction an they have In the past few weeks, End of the all tho crimes of Germany this country should not dispatch ships loaded Tic information of the Department prematurely market hogs In such In- war, except for shipbuilders. Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite with foodstuffs consigned to tho Geror Agrlcnlturo. indicates that tho sup- creasing numbers over the above It Is During the Labor Employment a long while I suffered with stomach trouble I would man people, but this is not the ofply of .hogs T has Increased about S entirely beyond the ability of the emergency. have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most ficial view. Tho Allies nnd the UnitTerent, while tho highest unofficial packers to maintain these niinlmtnns, Minerals Stimulation As soon as disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with ultimate does not exceed 15 per cent and therefore, we must have the co- possible aftor proclamation of pence. ed States, In case peace Is restored, butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have between Increased production over last year. operation of the producer himself Kniintrir M'lrttn nlan linlliti.il (lilt expect to differentiate ,........, .. the regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but l ,1... .tn.itnn ..mttilA "' ",v On the other hand, the arrival of hogs to maintain theso results. It is a that appropriations and i' increased "l" ' "h after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just during the last three weeks In the physical impossibility for the capacity personnel for aircraft were limited to mil tho governments of those powers seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were In view of what Is taking place in i&cven great markets has been 27 per of the packing houses to handle a the present emergency" and that no good at all for my trouble. I heard powers It was pointed out cent more than last year, during the similar over-floo- d of hogs and to find authority of the President under the the Central today It Is evident that tho demand of orresjKHid,Ing period, demonstrating a market for the out-pu- t. The pack- emergency shipping fund created theatcosually heavy marketing of the ers are anxious to with Juno 15. 1917, ends six months after the United States for foodstuffs will (be greater than ever before immedi In the face of the tho producers in maintaining a sta- the proclamation of peace. va5l3olo supply. ately after peaco Is established. i'jxessfve receipts, some packers have bilization of price and to see that The ' Demobilization Problem. sot maintained the prlco agreed last producers receive a fair price for ""! MlllllUnilltkllMI o III" Plans for tho reorganization of tho taking steps to deal with the situation month. On the other hand, many'of their products." War Department and the army itseir that will confront Kngland, it. ihe jvackcrs have paid over the price now are in process of formation by France and Italy will of course, have to differed them In an Indeavor Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, the general staff and soon will bo be- - to look to tho United States for tho nuiaUfn'the agreed price. The recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured hands or feet requires a powerful fore Secretary Daker. Orders for hulk of their foodstuffs for tho next in any event has been a failure remedy me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best will penetrate the flesh. the nctual breaking up of tho army year. To meet this demand that and at lu .maintain the- October price basis Mallard's Snow Liniment possesses liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or cannot be promulgated, as tho demo-- j the same time relievo conditions in determined upon at tho September stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on power. Rubbed in where the bilizatlon plan is dependent to som.- - the Central powers will Impose a and undertaken by the that ronicrcuco the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of pain is felt Is all that is necessary to extent upon adoption of a reorgani- large responsibility on the American Parkers. Another tiling contributing relieve suffering and restore normal throwing out waste materials and poisons from the syszation policy. people, It was pointed out today, at to tin? break in prices during the tem. This medicine should be in every household for conditions. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 The secretary has Indicated that the food administration. month has been the Influenza epidem- per use in time of need, (let a package today. If you feel bottle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in new legislation will be necessary to 1'm Troops If Xcccssary. ic; it has shortly" curtailed consump-vtin- c sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tocarry out tho reorganization nnd is. In regard to the holding of tho of pork products and temporarily morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. MUS. C. KOSTKK. expected to lay a definite programme AlutM.c.in , Kt,ro)0 pcninB decreased the labor staff of the packbefore Congress at the earliest possi ONE CENT A DOSE ers aiwnt 25 per cent. )7 Mrs. Constance F. Foster fell hie moment. This may reopen the the work of restoration in tho Central powers It was authoritatively said toThe exports of 130,000.000 pounds asleep in Jesus at 7:45 a. m., Satur- whole question of universal military day air J!W& products for October, that there Is hope, of course, day. October 2Cth, 1918. training and many officials anticipate in Germany and Austria as well trith about 52.000.00 pounds in She had been visiting her mother, it long legislative strugglo before the that OcUrtwrr a year ago, and tho export military forces will be ulilo Mrs. E. H. Maurer, for several weeks. final action is taken on whatever poli- the homo UNKNOWN IIKItO. the coming peaco conference Says to copo with any situation tha'. may mrdcrs placeable by the Food She became ill of influenza and for cy Mr. Maker may propose. a London cable. November, amount to develope. In other words, It should for several days seemed to get along niceA member of tho Hrltlsh Cabinet Existing law authorizes the main- be understood that It will not be the 17A,flflO,000 contrasted with the les-aHoily Of Yank Siirrounili'il lly Ten said recently he ly. Wednesday, Oct. 2:!, pneumonia tenance of a regular army of approxididn't know what policy of tho United States and tho of .98,000,000 Tor Novem- developed. Sho Dead Huns Found. was hurridly taken wns meant by tho peaco phraso "freeber 1917. The increased demands to lioothes Memorial Hospital, Cov- mately 375,000 men. While it is not Allies to send lnrgc military forces dom of tho seas," but supposed tho of tie Allies are continuing nnd aro ington, where she was rendered every possible as yet to forecast the number into Germany nnd Austria for tho German defination was freedom to of American troops that must be em- - purposo of occupation unless It London, Nov. 1G. A little cross In in themselves proof of the necessity assistance thnt human power could shall import raw materials without an grave of an unfor the large production for which give. Her husband, Hyrou L. Fostor, ployed In Huropeeven after the peace j8Ccm nusolutoly necessary to do so, France marks the economic boycott. ircatiea nave oeen signeu, military Umler tho torlns ()f tho nrmlstIco known American hero a man who iheTtod Administration asked. Tho ot Atlanta, Ga., arrived at bedSlnco tho Howden Smith's volume, men believo now that the authorized wilh Auslr,a certaln jncnstie fn export demands appears to side, Thursday noon. He her together regular establishment can not provide aro to bo occupied by parts of Austria ought to death ton Germans nnd thou "The Ileal Colonel House," bus arup the Indie amply snfflcient to take the allied troops succumbed himself. Tho tragedy of with her parents and grandmother an adequate force for all purposes at but regardless of whether there shall bo It Is that no one, not oven his family, rived hero, containing a now vorslon crease in did all that loving hands could do to homo and abroad. ns to tho origin of tho expression ns disorder or not and It Is well under will know how magnificently market conditions existing in keep her, but the master needed her he first noted In Herllu and seized upon Of the 3,700,000 men now under stood that tho same provision appears fought. tflrtoiwr afford no fair Index of tho moro than they, and gently whisperwho'1' arms, probably not more than 100,- - ,ln tho armistice with Gormany. ' Tio incident Is recounted by Hov. with nvldlty by tho Germans, aggregate supply and demand. ed, "Come Unto Mo." hnvo beeu talking about It over slnco, 000 are under obligation to servo bo 1m any event it was said today, tho William Dodge, of I'assalc, N. it aust bo evident that the cnor-'jruk- k At the tender age of twelve Connie yond J., who In tho most Ituportnnt official cirtho restoration of peaco. There pooplo of tho United States should un-- . Is on his way homo from Franco tliortago In fats in the Central a confession of faith lu Christ woro some 7,000 officers and about mndo cles tho subject is ill defined nnd Tmjuircs- and neutral countries would In all probability a con-- 1 where ho wns engaged in Y. M. C. A. nnd lived a beautiful christian lifo to 120,000 men in the regular army dorstnud that vague. According to the vorslon in Imtat'ifatcly upon peaco result In slderablo part of tho oxpcdltionury work up near tho front lines. the cud. Col. IIoukoh story tho phraso means when war was declared. ICxpiratlon force will remain In Kuropo fori "I saw tho captain of an Infantry demands for pork products QIw WfU n h'"lll,uvu nf nut TTItrli i of enlistments, irr'iilunln w tho exemption ot all sea born traffic lOftU however, probably wlifrfi, on top of tho heavy .shipments School, having graduated with tho has served to reduce this considerably months to come, even though peace company go out upon tho battlefield from naval action In time of war, In-- " ao the Allies, would tend materially class of 190S shall como without delay as a result nltor tho terribly html fighting lu the and we can truly say sho and all wartimu enlistments aro tori eluding that of belligerents. of tho armistice tn fctrrease the Aminican exports, middle of July in the Chateau was one of tho most capable girls that the war perioil only. "Bluntly." said tho Cabinet Minisas no considerable reservoir IJutlor High Thierry district and encounter tho ter, School has ever graduat"that means tho British navy Thousands of the officers now in j ono dead American with ten dead xf supplies exists outside of tho ed. $100 Reward, $100 would bo deprived of Its power to service are on temporary commission It seems probable rnttecf States. The readers of tbU paper will be Huns about him," said Mr. Doldge. July lfith. 1913. sho was happily ostabllsh blockades. Gormanv'H nn. pleused tn tliero Is at "Wo looked for tho marker on his ihut tins present prospective supplies (married to Hyron U. Foster oy Kov. in tho regular establishment. These one dreadedlearn that that science least disease has thusiasm for freedom of tho sons, dofl-nil- o commissions woro issued for a njrt'jM Du inadc(iinto to meet this family might know how ucen able to cure In nil Us sIokos and wrist thnt his II. II. Wobb, who also conducted thu period ot years and thu ' men that Is catarrh. Catarrh bclns greatly bravely bo died, but tliero was noth- with thut ilollnatlon, Is Indeed vwld iemand with tho return to funeral services. Tho floral pieces might bo Influenced by constitutional conditions held, ultliough the guucrul requires ing by which ho could he identified. natural." So far as It Is possible to In- -' wero tuai-u- . constitutional treatment. IIuU'b numerous and beautiful. Her Thus It appears Mr. House's nnd and "There nro somo things that hap- Mr. lerprot this fact, it appears that there remains were laid to rest in Highland nUltudo of tho department would not Catarrh Medicine Is tnken Internally Suracts thru the Ulood on the Mucous Wilson's dollnltatlon of "freedom Indicate) any Intention ot holdlr ohroiht bo an ovun strougur demand rmiintnrv mi Mumlnv Oof System thereby destroying pen on tho front that once you see faces of tho 8li such officers against their will when the foundation of the disease, giving the them you can. never reconcile your- of tho seas" conchies with Gormnny'K nrjw products after tho war. and, Conn)u WM R fim)rtu patient strength by building up tho con. tlfo war emergency has passed. stltutlon nnd nHSls'ltig nature In doing its self to hollovo In anything but war definition. therefore any alarm ot hog producers ,,,, as u.e ug ,ho f Yet again Mr. WHsoh'b diction Is Tho number of men necesary to b work. Thq proprietors have bo much to tho finish on Gormany. I have unwarrant- effect of peace is tho curative powers of Hall's niini1lomI , her UC(lualntilllce.s maintained In Kurope probably will faith In Medicine not understood nnd his "freedom of Catarrh that they otter One seen with my own oyes on tho io,k. d Juvo for Ilono kI10W hur b tho seas" bids fair to bo as groat u bo worked out by General I'orshlng's Hundred DnllarH for uny cane that It falls 1 of thesoc rcumstances, !Hur ,(J to cure. Send fnr lint of testimonials. front German aviators chrIfctnn churactor slan8 staff and since similar calculations Addriss F. J. CIIKNET & CO.. Toledo. training machine nuns on Ited Cross stumbling block at tho peaco conferft tto conclusion o ho conference 0U nH uu o for ence as his other phraso "economic for tho United States and its Ohio. Sold by all DruKslst, '5c. a supposedly civilized ambulances fcai attempts to hold tho price of ,0 4 and may hor huabandi purontB and possessions aro being made hero, It amR io tho price of corn may work nation deliberately shooting down tho barriers." l'MKS 2 MlliKK A MINLTi:. BraM(lmother ,,,, qomt()rt , ,.m)W, Tho word "free" seems to bo popuis expected that the size ot tho urmy wounded in ambulances. J1UL 1J II1U UlBiUlt illll.lKu til I'Mlll IU thnt Ilt!IVfll Ik lllfldll lf Hlinli nu ulii. lar with many public ,ou seeking o for which it will bo necessary to "Then, too, 1 saw Hun aviators 'rttiiws. It is tho conclusion that any I)(Jur08t on(j thmi h l'lttsbiirg, Fa., Nov. 1C Flying popular favor. "Frpn.Tr.winu-- .. soon will bo arrived at. rfntrrprutatiou of tho formula should bomb Ited Cross hospitals ., ii;u 228 mlnles In 1 hour and 40 minutes, . .. t silver and now "i.'r..,.,i tnrad-guuge- d !li policy applied over u ....win in mo an avorago of moro than two miles a back of our lines. Aftor seeing some- beau Allll IllV IfkHM Wit fllHHllv fmI all como from ono mould. MAV IIOI.O soi, mints . . tone Period. It Ik the opinion of minute, James II. Schoonmakor, Jr., I thing of this war, a mltilster gets a w, h ..... V... l.l, l.( .... 1.1.1 I, .. , I.... F . a I'Olt TIMi: OVKKSKAS uccompanlcd by I'ilot Howard Klue-har- t, changed viewpoint ot things." tiux: ttih unit' iii.ii in niiiraiiiiiuijii ui He can all our sorrows heal. For eight nnd a half hours, lu a 3Jir provious plans of .stabilization, mndo tho trip horo from tho Chambei Iain's Cougl, eiiiedy. Washington, Nov. 10. It may Wright Flying Field lu Dayton, O., In gas mask, Ituv. Dodgo worked among of tho Vet again wo hopo to meet Livestock 5 Do not Imaclno thm i.,.o.... ..... theo, become necessary for tho armies ot record time. American wounded Inst July on tho cough rom,Hl,.8 ruile.1 Advisory Hoard, Acricultural t When tho day or life Is Hod, to gvo you ru. y Chatoau-Thlorrtho Allies and tho United States to ocInvited In heaven with Joy we'll meet front and has beeu m with tho specially o tho sumo will-,- , theo, cupy largo areas of territory in Aus"v. ,l "" Sleep anil Host. cited for bravery. ',) rcprusuutullvtm. should accept t hamborlain'K Cough ltemedy. Heuf Whore no farewell tears aro shed. m One ot tho most common causes of tria, lu Turkey and even in Germany Ihcwntadon of thu Fooil Adiulnlstra-- , '""l"l that from a small beginning A Fill KM). ihi:i:i)om for tho purposo ot maintaining order Insomnia nnd restlessness la Indiges1ioa to jliin with tho Administration Tin: hkak. this romedy linn ir.it.i..,i while stable governments nro being tion. Tako ono ot Chamborlalu'H .atiff iiiu packors lu iliiturnilnlng tho reputation and immnn.n u.,i . Tablets immediately uftor supper and restored to those countries. Tho British Nuvy League protests iolno would havo oxcoptlonal" controlled oxport iniwm j( which merit to" FOR FLETCHER'S Until tho situation clarifies, tho see If you don't rest bettor nud sleep ngalnst "Freedom of tho seas" being "rrfnv aro to bo placed. TbU will bo kuo",W,W W,'0raVQr " bwo,1,M 2,000,000 Auiericau soldiers overseas bettor. Thoy only cost u quarter, m discussed as a basis of u principal at ilrly duiiti. Tin iiitluoucjt of The conferences between the Liveot the Agristock cultural Advisory Hoard, Including special members representing the Swlnc Industry, nnd the Food Administration, held on October, 23 to 25, lias, after consideration of the present situation of tho pork and hog market, ,"" Theso forclRn orders arc placed upon tho bnsls of cost of hogs to tho packers. As the result of long negotiations between this body nnd tho Packers' Committee, representing tho 45 to GO packers participating In foreign orders together with tho allied buyers, all under tho chalrmnnshlp of the Food Administration, the following undertaking hns been given by tho packers: "In view ot the undertakings on the part of tho Food Administration pur with regard to tho futuro Bupply. Measures For Demobilization With Coming Of Peace. - """," ""." - .,,.. " to '"""" i.i v I will bo hold under arms on European It Is tho hopo nnd expectation of tho authorities horo thnt tho American army may bo withdrawn from Europe in good tlmo, but this will nil dopond on what happons within Germany, Austria nnd Turkey, (Minos In Austria. Tho press dlspntchos from Homo telling of tho chaos thnt provalls In tho Interior of Austria nro borne out by official Information thnt is reaching the Stnto Department. It Is becoming plainer that as tho nrmlcs ot tho Central powers nro demobilized tho question of sufficiency of government nnd of supplies ot foodstuffs So far ns can be will becom6""nculo. ascertained tho Alios and tho United States have no thought of attempting to police tho whole of tho Central powers, but they do feel It Incumbent on them to assist In preserving order white tho final peace terms nro being worked out nnd local governments nro being restored to somo degree of efficiency. The news from Germany of tho ac tivities of tho revolutionists Is causing much uneasiness here. Tho official view Is that It would bo most unfortunate for Germnny to be plunged Into a condition at this time liko that which overtook Kussla. The State Department's Information is to the effect that a shortage of food is largo- ly responsible for tho disorders In both Turkey nnd Germany. That the Allies and the United States Mill attempt to remedy this situation ns .soon as it can bo done is now well Roll. Party Line Courtesy The quality of service on a party line is largely dependent upon the of the subscribers on that line. co-operati- i No subscriber should use a party line in When While hook i Each not telephone or of The V ,..( uuiviDEiivL.r4Lf iLLcrnunc TELEGRAPH COMPANY r ML n 35bv STOMACH TROUBLE " : )"' THEDFORD'S j re-!x- - , ,, com-IMcr- cr ls unfa--vnralj- la I ! ! ., yoijt pro-vld- a..-.M...- of Children Cry CASTORIA uiw " umimnmtmmiifTiimi,mhi wau-u- ui J-BRIDGE OF MAGIC this privilege to tho families of born soldiers who still parents "In tho old country." hnvo MAY BAR BERGER for-ol- gn I with Improved methods of manu- w CUT FROM FORESTS Th American lied Cross established 1,000 honpltKl bads on reconquered ground within n few days nftor tio Germans had creased thu Voslo. At ona station rest house, In Itnly, 0 the American Itetl Crow feeds soltllors u week In n moss hnll arranged to handle 1,000 mon In un 54,-00- Timber To Span Atlantic Went Into Building Of Ships. Plans facturing, using higher pressures. Reduced to ton per cent by cvoporn- FROM CONGRESS tlon. Tlio piiinia wore then placed for half nn hour to an hour In wator containing from to G per cout of sulphuric nctil at 122 degrees C, and, Already Started.. To after being mutrallned to 1 per cent .1 Contest Scat of Socialist. Swift & Company has frequently stated to Pacific Const shipyard, at Dunkirk, nfllllgatcd with tho A. Indictment for alleged violation of that its profit on beef averages only one-four- th by obstructing re'rheso figures aro contained In a re K. C, contains ten nationalities tho espionage act port filed by tlio Lumber Department. of a cent a pound, and hence has French, English, American, cruiting, attempting to causo InSupply Division, Emergency Fleet Chinese, Japanese, Moroccan, Italian, subordination in the armed forces of practically no effect on the price. Corporation, In which tlio department Polish and German. tho United States and seditious utComparison has been made by the Federal Rave tlio total lumbar requirements terances, there Is abundant authority Trade Commission of this profit with the ftr 27fi wood ships then in course of American nvlators dropped A. II. under tho rules to prevent his servconstruction on thu Atlantic nml Gulf C. emergency rntlons of pressed beef, ing, oven before his case comes up profit on coal, and it has pointed out that coasts ns approximately 470,000,000 malted milk tablets and other foods for trial. anthracite coal operators are content with feet of which 400,000,000 feet, as Into tho front lines for our soldiers Two precendents havo bocu found, a profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef In which stated above, have already been cut who left nrmy suply wagons behind Including a Civil War ense, profit of one-fourof a cent a pound means and delivered. In their pursuit of the fleeing Hun. tho House membors who aro antaga profit of $5.00 a ton. they have Made In Year's 'I'lnu. onistic to Herger feel that And tbe.se, including Pacific Coast located a parallel to tho case of tho Women who speak Czecho-SlovnThe comparison does not point out that shipments to shipyards on that coast, Polish and Russian aro being trained Milwaukee Socialist. anthracite coal at the seaboard is worth at have been made in a llttlo moic than by tho Red Cross to do reconstruction Tho cases of Philip F. Thomas, of wholesale about $7.00 a ton, whereas a ton n year. work In thoso countries. There nro Maryland, to whom admission to the The figures given upply to the about 20 doctors and 30 women Senato was refused In 1868, and of af beef of fair quality is worth about yellow pine vessels built mid build- nurses In the Czech army of 70.000 iRoborlB, of Utah, are now being cited $400.00 wholesale. !n ing on tlio Atlantic and Gulf Coasts men. precedents, illustrating tho right To carry the comparison further, the 25 and do not Include thoso on the Paof tho House to pass upon the quail- per cent of the cent profit on coal is ri flc Coast which are bhllt of fir. If from Washington "cations of Its members. Thomas Communication theso nro Included, the bridge Iloorl has called the attention of the Lako sympathized with the South during $7.00 value. from the Atlantic to the French Coast Division Civilian Hellef Department 'tho Civil War. and it was alleged ho The $5.00 profit on beef is only V4 per 'could bo HO feet wlilo. With the to tho fact that questionnaires havo j mid encouraged his son to enlist as marketed. cent of the $400.00 value. army. of lumber used by the llllloiiH of feet Tree Injury From Roads. been sent to soldiers from some Homo a pilvnto In tho Confederate shipping board for tlio construction Service sections regarding the sol-- J After a long debate, the Senato pass-dlerfrom The Injury to vegetation The profit has little effect on price in either case, of tugs and barges added, the bridge tarred roads is found by U. Drlzi, of but has less effect on the price of beef than on the rank, amount of pay, allot- - jed tho following resolution: ! "Hesolved, that Philip F. Thomas. Milan, to bo almost entirely due to floor could bo provided with sides incuts to families nnd similar facts. price of coal. n volutnrlly given aid, three nnd n half feet high. fine dust raised by passing motor cars. These arc facts that no man Is under having Coal may be stored in the open air indefinitely; The necessity for tho "bridging of and encouragement to persons This slowly settling dust accumulates to give to any Homo beef must be kept in expensive coolers because it is 'tlio Atlantic" was dwelt on by Chnlr- engaged In armed hostility to tho especially on low plants and tho lowTho sending of such vlco section. highly perishable and must be refrigerated. man Edward N Hurley of tho United questionnaires out Ls wholly unnu- - United States Is not entitled to tako er branches of the trees, nnd when Coalis handled by the carload or ton; beef is delivthe oath of office as senator of tho heated by the sun the particles of tar States Shipping Hoard In March, thorlzcd and reprehensible. , ered to retailers by the pound or hundred weight. 'United States or to hold n scat In this give off vapors that arc injurious to 1918. Sinco that time tho shipyards ! under tho direction of tho board have service body as such senator, and that presi-kee- bcnsltivo plants. The sun's heat automobile Methods of handling are vastly different. Coal is A scheduled pro tempore Inform tho governor plays a part, shaded leaves escaping, history In tho construcmade world handled in open cars; beef must be shipped in A. R. C supplies moving with- - dent t Maryland of tho action of tho Sen- - while tho damago done ls In the direct tion of tho "magic brldgo" by tho do- out a halt through Italy. refrigerator cars at an even temperature. Hvcry of tho wood nud btcel ships. ate tn tlio premises.' ratio to the Intensity and duration of Fairness to the public, fairness to Swift & I Roberts was not allowed to take sunshine. Species of horse chestnut Doljyorlcs nro lncrunslug from month All the men employed at the Lon- Company, fairness to the packing industry, demands to Inonth. Tho ship tonnngo mado dou A It. C. Receiving nnd Dlstribut - the oath because of his belief In are especially susceptlblo to Injury, that these indisputable facts be considered. It is polygamy. Two clauses of tho Con- - and early In the summer their leaves available by tho board, with that fur- Ing Service are disabled soldiers. impossible to disprove Swift & Company's statearo being sugested as giving become rusty at tho edge, curl up nished by tho Allies, mado possible istltntion ment, that its profits on beef are so small as to have of our suporb tho landing I" Franco lied Cross whlto bread has benefit- authority to tho House to decldo slightly and show on their surface practically no effect on prices. army and Its necessary material and ed 17,:i2:t whether Herger shall ta,ko his seat. numerous small, yellow, varnlsh-IIk- o undernourished Italian 1 of article I states: Section Burjilles. spots. As the season advances the children. a Hurley AVuvcd His Wand. "Each house shall bo tho Judgo of leaves curl up more and more, dry, Their llrbt square meal in years In an address delivered boforo tho Hint Ih iho clft of the American Red elections, returns and qualification of and aro easily blown away. National Marino League of tho United Cross to Italian prisoners when they. Us members." Fertilizer From Waste. Section 2 of tho 14th amendment States in Now York on March 20, reach the Swiss border. Tho fertilizing material obtained j states: 1918, Chairman Hurley said: from industrial wastes In tho United "No person shall be a senator or States is stated by W. H. Ross, of the "If by tho exerclso of magic a Tho American Red Cross has loanbridge could bo thrown across tho At- ed 800 nurses to the Hritish Army In representative 'In Congress or elected Bureau of Soils, to have Included 40 to bo President or Vive President, or per cent of tho potash In 1916, S per lantic over which our armies, their France. ortninrv nnd siiddIv trains could 1UOVO bold any office, civil or military, un- cent of tho phosphoric acid and S5 per rapidly nnd unhampered to tho battle- said der tho United States or under any cent of tho nitrogen. Tho potash "Tho war Isn't all pleasure." lines In France, would nny military a wounded Yankee to his Red Cross state, who having previously taken an was obtained from such wastes as toMan In llorlln, Vienna. Home, Paris, nurse, "but, gee, I'd hato not to bo oath as member of Congress or as ait bacco stems, cotton-see- d hulls, hardhnvo any officer of tho United States or as an wood ashes, wool washings, blast-furnaLondon or Washington in it." e and may bo made in- HAIUtOAl) TKIiKC.'lt.U'lHCK.S executive or Judicial officer to supdoubt but that tho world would bo flu dust, cement flu dust and as CJIVB.V INCREASED FAY. to glass like panes consists of a light port tho Comtltutlon of tho I'nlted sugar residues. Tho ado safe for democracy boforo the phosphoric Russian refugee women operate year goes out? Wo hnvo tho men, ono of tho four A It C. worKrooms States, shall h.ive engaged tn insur- acid wns supplied by such materials metal lattice 'work coated with Washington, Nov. 16. Railroad film; and a similar matewq havo tho guns, wo have tho sup- In Paris which produco surgical dress rection or rebellion ngalnut tho samo, as bones, shells, fish scrap and basic or given aid and comfort to the ene- slag. Tho nitrogen came from waste rial "flexible glass," made by coat- telegraphers' wages were advanced plies. Hut without means of gottlng ings for emergency needs. mies thereof. Rut Congress may by in the manufacture of castor, linseed ing muslin, gauze or fine metal cloth by order of Director General McAdoo them to tho front wo might as well s And unless wo get a voto of of each Houfo and fish oils; from animal bodies, as with a llexiblo film may bo rolled today 13 cents per hour above tho tie without them. DIVISION DOUHLKS QUOTA. rato prevailing last. January 1, with a remove such disability. our men to tho battle lino wo will not blood, hair horns, hoofs and hides; up when being transported. minimum of 48 cents per hour reAs Herger has served a term In tho from leather and wool wastes; from win this war. AiiH'iicn's Honey Crop. Clothing for the Helglnns, that fc' "So It all comoB back to oconn troactive is to bo considered a day's Natloual House ho has taken tho oath of office coko, and from numerous other subcall recently sent out from Tho honey crop of tho United transportation io mo vum hcuu " Rod Cross headquarters nt tho re- alluded to. If ho should be found stances. l)y adding feldspar and States for 1918 having been placed work and overtime will be paid at wo fall utterltho rate of time and a half. ibffs. Fall there and quest of tho Commission for Relief guilty in the courts ho would auto- other potash minerals to cement ma- by the Department of Agriculture at This order, Involving aggregate Inmatically bo disbarred from member- terials It is believed the yearly rey-" ... has been generously 250,000,600 (pounds, - in Hclglum, the creases of about $30,000,000 a year, about ship In the House. Hut under its covery of potash from cement-plnTo obtain this vnst quantity oi answered. American Hotanlst estimates that at applies to between 60,000 and 70,000 Congress who are waste might bo raised from 70,000 mbor and maintain Its btendy flow Tho quota named for tho Lnko Di- rules membors of tho nccter of flowers does not become employes Including telegraphers, teleto tho ship ways, a om tho forests all 79 for In- hostile to the principles of socialism tons to 100,000 tons. honey until worked over and partly phone operators, engaged vision was 23S tons in borltablo army of workers Is A I'roinlslnp; Alloy. diana, 87 for Ohio, 72 for Kentucky. said today that tho Houso, oven evaporated, tho bees must move as towermen, levor-me- n i thn Northwest tho lumber rc- tho total collection as this news foro his trlnl court could refuse the An alloy of aluminum with 10 per much as 150,000 tons of material to California And tower and train directors, block Lft runs from northern Socialist his sent. Everything d goes to press Is 811 tons. cent, of calcium Is reported to bo not produco this crop, exclusive of the operators, and statfmen. CimnKt to Alaska. From tho coast It It does not It ls contended, on the temper reports aro not yet Of this only lighter than aluminum Itself, but honey eaten by themselves. Nevada of tho chaptor apply to telephone switchboard operof the House, and n resolution un- to havo exceptional merits. It can be product, about one-ha- lt extends Inland to" tho Sierra Is from tho In. Hundreds of lumber camps, doubtedly will bo prepared and In- readily reineltcd, does not decompose nector of whlto clover, with two othor ators. A separate wage order will bo rango. A lottor from A. Arrowsinlth, mancontaining a thousand Issued next week applying to railsome of thorn ager of tho clothing campaign for tho troduced to forco a voto In tho Houso In water, and isnioro resistant to leguminous plants alfalfa and sweet road agents who aro not telegraphers. aieri. aro operating In this territory. Commission, wrote his appreciation on his exclusion right at tho ns the next Important corrosion than alloys of aluminum clover of tho next Congress. I of tho respoiuo mado by tho chapters, with coppor.tin or zinc. In castings sources. A honey that can bo recogm KKI CHOSS. saying: it takes on minute details of molded nized ls produced by a few plants, In- Rockport Amazed S..1 of your assistance uro G really IJeiieflled by Cliniubei lulu's designs, It machines well nnd satis- cluding cotton, basswood, tulip treo, "Tho results By Sudden Action i Bight French senports boast Amerl- - overwhelming, thu clothing ls being Tablets. and mountain factory, and ls free from brlttleness. buckwheat, golden-ro- d The quick action of pure Lavoptlk "I am thankful for tho good I havo ean Red Cross warehouses. sago. received in such quantities that wo Window s For Europe. eye wash ls startling. A school boy "J aro working every night until 10 received by using Chnmborlaln's Tab-lot- s. Tho slag of British blast furnaces had eye strain so badly he could not Tho shortugo of glass of which v' rrtiv hnvo Ited Cross Homo Service About two years ago when I enormous quantities havo been de- contains 2G per cont of silica and 22 o'clock oven, to tako 11 In. It ls a read. A week'B use of Lavoptlk surbegan taking them I was suffering stroyed ls likely to bo serloiibly felt of alumina, and makes laveAIn San Juan, Porto ltico. most remarkable manifestation." excellent prised his teacher so much she used " r't Red Cross General Manager Scott a great deal from distress after eat- iu the reconstruction 'of Europe, and paving bricks of stony texture;but It for her old mother. ONE WASH ing, and from headache and a tired, recent fairs at Lyons and Pnrls havo bricks from American slag, which has A. n. C. War Council recently writes to division managers in this tfhe showed benefit. A small bottle ls languid feeling duo to Indigestion exhibited numerous substitute mate- 34 per cent of silica and of alumi VeW5O,0OO to tho Serbian Ked connection: ts nnd a torpid liver, Chamberlain's rials, Including some translucent na, aro glassy and brittle. Tho Ameri- guaranteed to benefit KVBHY CASE "As there ls need for all tho weak, strained or Inflamed eyes. Tho Cress. that can be collected, chaptor Tablets corrected theso disorders in n ones that may bo used for tho win- can bricks quickly solidify in a thin QUICK result is astonishing. Alumifo can bo proud that tho mini short tlmo, and, slnco taking two dows of such places as cellars, stables outer skin. In the process patented num oye cup & Tlie Amcrlcnn Red Cross munbors workers FHEE. Harrel Uros. my health has bcon 3 a,09b Amorlcan Indiana among its mum quota set tor chapters has bcon bottles of themMrs. M. P. Harwood, and garages. Transparent though by J. W. Shaw, a product of Improved druggests at Rockport. good," writes a blulbh texture Is obtained by Immersing tho exceeded." somewhat costlvare slloxide, members. ai m glass of silica, and such acid oxides hot bricks In red-hNow York. Auburn, sand, nnd cool' rj "Did you try the simple plan or us those of zirconium nnd titanium ing slowly for twelve to elghteon counting sheep for your Insomnia?" About Croupe. In wnrrlng 'Rwi Cross relief work y WOULD nnd artificial mica, an electrically hours, to solidify the lntorlor us rap-IdlIf your children aro subject to "Yes, doctor, but I mado a mess luntrles necessitated a shlpmont of as the outsldo. fused mixture of i;roen sand, bauxite., croupo, or If you havo reason to fear of i.t I counted ton thousand sheop, l!l'34.401 blankets. Among tho products to bo obtalnod magnesia and olblnll. Excellont subthulr bolng uttacked by this disoaso, put 'em on tho cars and shipped '0111 Irregular bowel movement land to' to market. And wlien I'd got thru you should procure n bottlo of Chain- - from scawoed, In addition to potash stitutes of somewhat Imperfect trans!n Havana. 1.200 English-speakin- g prod-uoto(ironlc constipation and a oonitipat-o- d counting the wad of money I got for u barlaln's Cough llemady and study Ik alcohol. In his Into oxporlmonts at parency are numerous collulose ock n h d i( mission to lorm gelutliio, various products M. Inatltutv A, , ..iixllliary. Tusy havo the directions for use. ao that In ease tb Puateur Lamina rla In ParU, tUe of sheetami albuminoid aubatancei, ties.habit fills the system with Impuri- - thsm at th present prlceu It was tlm dlgltatu. Haibtne ls a great bowI rgu- to get up." Tmaseiipt. eaaejn "T of an attack you will know xnoUy Kayaer used iami workuooui. ppt ' t' tnngl of our eotlU, aad a synthetic rasia of phn - i u.i-.- k llor. It pnrifl" ttie ostein, VlU-- '. TM 1., miiiii.in Whflt WlHfW to tmruf ' f lu Ijliniil I id e il v'h til mil ix HI i 'i Un nl ' d n . mm ..i' i i3 ill i I! 'itbi ' M,l.t ' '' ibt-" ' ( t 'ilc-- l i of ( in in In1 l,ni id tit )i .'iii 11. "" ' - JJ.. awl 'I, ; t t COU ' " .R'S ) I t ill Mill. u it ehuop. ' t this yield could m be lutieiiavd with sli g'henlug hemp suing!) bt Co. m fully. are uUd to explain I!el-glan, th (Loulsvlllo Herald.) Washington, 10. Noarly hour. Nov. Washington, Nov. 1G. It Booms '400,000,000 feet of yellow pint tim ber lmvc been cut ami transported by Hcil Cross roll call from December cortnln that n fight will bo made to frail nml water to tlio shipyards on tho 10th to 23rd this year. Moro than dcprlvo Victor Ilergor, Mllwnukeo So- Atlantic Const and tlio Clulf Const Tor 22,000,000 answered "Here!" n year clallst, of the seat In tho lower branch tlio construction of wood vessels mi ago! Let's uiiike it unanimous this 'of Congress to which ho has been olectcd. lder tlio direction of tlio Unltud Stales yenr. I Shipping Hoard Emergency In preparation for Iho vigorous Fleet Corporation. Hod Cross Civltinn Hellef work In to prevent Merger from taking With this unioni.t of lumber wo oould span thu Atlnntlc Frnnco employs a staff of 1,000 per- his scat several members havo been to tlio French conht 11,009 iiiIIch or sons, maintains 15 civilian hospitals, looking up precedents on which ho more with n bridRo lloor twenty-fiv- e with a cnpaclty of 1,500 beds, and may ho barred. feet wide and ono Inch thick mid have has reached In some way moro than While there Is no law on tho statnliotit 4.000,000 feet of yellow plno 240,000 French people. ute books that would keep Horgor to spare This Is only half thy btory. out of Congress, theso members say 8 It dot's not Include lumbar tlilppcd Ono ward of tho Friends' Hospital that because ho Is under grand Jury of ncldlty, tlin angary liquid, with material added In somo cases, wan priiiKiau wiiu nrowcrs yonst. Fermentation quickly followed, capcclnlly In the flasks containing tho added nitrogenous material. Tho alcohol was recovered from tho tormented liquid In tho usual way, and the residue wns avnllablo for extraction of potash and other ChrcM! Hublcr. j Tho subslituto material galallth of the Germans Is prepared by treating casein with ncids nnd salts to make it Insoluble, drying and adding formaldehyde. Kngallth Is tho namo given to a similar English product that has been supplied for war purposes and export. This is furnished In rods, tubes and sheets of about sixty different colors, 'and is mado Into a variety of articles formerly or commonly produced from hard rubber. As It is slightly hydroscopic, It Is not adapted for objects often wet with water or acid, such ns knife handles, storage battery cells, bath room tiles or basins, fountain pens and tooth and nail brushes. Tuberculosis in Clicoe. From their tests of more than 2G0 cheese samples, E. C. Schroedcr nnd C. W. Urett find tnat cream cheeso often carries a great number of tubercle facllll, making it essential that the cream and milk used should bo pasteurized or from a cow proven nontuberculous; and that cottage and cheese, skimmed milk Ncufchatel though more rarely Infected, cannot safely be made from raw milk. Tho kinds of cheese requiring time to ripen, however, rarely or never contain live dlsenso bacteria when Why Compare Beef and Coal Profits ? 32 's ' counte-obllgatio- Ser-'uan- co ps i ' ! J Swift & Company, U. S. A. vltro-cellos- nonin-flammab- lo two-third- , nt s, agont-telophone- Ono-thlr- . r gur-mon- ,8 a, d i i - i , ,1 It.' v i.i I 1 ' m i 'ii OMlcl Cry e T P; w l The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY tutlng tho Bcliool system to political oxlgcnclcs Is n dlsgrnco to tlio staio, nnd should bo resented by tho teach- ers and patrons at tho next election. Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Tro- Prcslilont Killtor JOHN HBNItV THOMAS W. S. TINSLEY, Assoclato Editor nnd Business MmuiRcr. Entered according to law at tho Postomco, Hartford, 'Ky., ns mall mattor of tho second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to Wo have celebrated tho event of poaco and yet technically tho war is not over. A stnto of war still exists. Only an armistice, or cessation of hos tilities, lias taken place, bltner 01 tho belligerents could, under tho armistice agreement, begin hostilities hours notice. again on twonty-fou- r aro no indications that Indeed there war will bo resumed, but tho allied armies must bo kept In tho Held until tho actual peace treaty has been signed. wages of labor will bo considered. Tho question Is up to tho administration. Congress has given tho President and heads of departments power to regulate wages in various induswo advised Ilccauso last week tries, and it n fight comes tho conto sell tholr tobacco early Tho farmers gress will be only an looker-on- . season, provided prices were administration is answcrablo to or- this around those of last season, n farmer vance ganized labor and to the public, and Church Notices for services frco, may have a serious question with friend writes us a satirical letter in 5c por lino. but other advertisements, regard to tho matter. What this Anonymous communications will which to deal. paper says about tobacco prices will recclvo no attention. higher nor lower, letter to tho make them neither In his to glvo said, but wo make an honest effort TELEPHONES. American peoplo tho President our readers the best Information we 2: Ciimbcrlnnd "Tho roturn of. a Republican majoriget In regard to matters of their CO Farmers Mutual ty to either house of tho congress can interests. Our own reason for bewould, moreover, be interpreted on not go much as a re- lieving that tobacco will year Is, that .NOVEMBER 22 tho other side of the water FRIDAY. Is it any higher than last pudiation of my leadership." It with the war closed and half the fair to assume tho President knew world almost bankrupt, that luxuries whereof ho spoke, and since both Wc miss tho war maps. or dlspcnsables will loso In the Houses aro Republican, Europe must, Fifteen necessities. crown makers will according to his own statement, re- shuffle for Tho European millions of men now being provided coon be out of a Job. gard his leadership as overwhelmingfor at the expense of the government ly repudiated. must soon live off their own reold Augustus Owsley. None Poor When tho governments sources. Is left to do him honor. Wo have been Informed that in turn to paying debts rather than county neighmaking them there is little doubt that We've cooped tho Hun's, now let somo sections of the bors have allowed occuranccs of a prices generally will decline, tobacco us go for tho profiteers. death with nobody present but tho along with every thing else. ProvisThe Allies have a large but lean members of the family. If this has ions must of necessity bo high priced happened it is a disgrace to tho com- until another crop is made, but prices Turkey. Thanks-Givin- g munity of its occurence. No one of every commodity not essential to Autocracy has recently received should unnecessarily expose himself the maintenance of human life must some rude Bhocks on both sides of to so deadly a disease as the influenza decline. epidemic has proven to bo, but both tbo Atlantic. the teachings of Christianity and the "" GOODMAN IN WINCHESTER. There'll bo many a happy lassie instincts of humanity demand a sacricome marching fice in such an hour of sorrow. when the soldiers Our ancient and honorable friend. home from camp. J. I. Goodman, former foreman of the We understand that editor W. It. ' Tho President has designated Coombs, of the Hartford Herald, will Herald office and an efficient printer, Thursday, November 2S, as national leave Hartford tho first of next month who has stuck type in a part of two centuries, writes us his Impressions Thanksgiving day. to engage in newspaper work in west regret of Winchester. J. I., as we knew We sincerely Kentucky. kept his- - pledge ern here, don't glvo a darn whether Tho to see Mr. Coombs leave Hartford. him not, nor does he care his people. His never to desert we have school keeps or He is a real gentleman, and much what happens so it doesn't happeople deserted him. found him, both pleasant and agreeprinting newspaper pen to him. He knows the like that of tho able as a competitor in tho Great Minds, business from cellar to garret, and has none of the course, use him Jones local editor of the Hartford Herald, field. He with knows if Smith can't a christian resignation nagging instincts of tho novice arc practicing can. We are somewhat acquainted pen. and the columns of his paper in letting the election go with the by- the with the Clark county capital and can have been clean and decent. He goes gones. vouch for J. 1's mention of the city's from Hartford with the respect, good enterprise. Tho signing of tho armistice will will and best wishes of tho editors Winchester, Ky., Nov. 11.1918. not materially lessen the burden of of this paper and the public as well. Friend Thomas: How is everythe Red Cross In soldier relief work, Well, this is No "Small fry" editor would dare body down your way? and the giving spirit should in no way announcing that a a much better town than I expected the rediculous by be relaxed. Hartcongressional district In Missouri to find in fact it Is ahead of congress or that ford In almost every way. Two daily "Rut for Wilson's name to conjuro had sent a nigger to prohibited other papers, brick streets, all roads built Empire with we should have lost Kentucky, the Austrian of metal, electric street railways, brought at lea&t 20,000 reluc- forms of worship than that establish- and tho main lines of the L. & N., C. as ho Only the "greater" tant Democrats to stamp under tho ed by the state. cross here. minded local editor of the Hartford &. O. and L. & E. railroads, Elizabethtown News. rooster." Everybody uses natural gass for fuel, Herald would take such a long they drink I have never "Strange things, politics! hero in chance on the Ignorance of the public. but what to find out. In fact It's been able Kentucky we elect our dirtiest Demo- Hero is another specimen of the dryest town I have ever struck. cratic politician to the senate and de- "greater" minded local editor. "Un- tho at all imperative to roof their country are Not feat our cleanest nominee for Repre- der the hills of this sentative In congress." Todd County stratas of the very best coal and veins houses. Regards to everybody. of oil and petroteum or gas." PerTimes. Respectfully, haps petroleum was intended, but J. I. GOODMAN. want to again thank our cor- If so what sort of oil is velnlng unWe respondents for their liberal contri- der the ground? butions this week. We gratefully FOR SALE. Tho County Health officer has askappreclato their efforts to help us give the people tho news of the coun- ed us to warn tho people against Studebaker Touring Car; 1917 using patent nostrums as a preventa- model. New tires. Perfect mechanty. tive or remedy for influenza, but' we ical condition. Cheap for quick sale. yWhile tho war was in progress tho aro in doubt about what may bo LESS TAYLOR, -- country gavo without stint, money as properly called nostrums. In fact wo 20t3p Heaver Dam, Ky. tho government called for It: Now have persistently used a patent medime that tho war is over the country will cine ns a preventative, and have heard BROOM MACHINE READY. call for a strict accounting'1 of how what wo regard as one of the most H was spent. learned physicians in the county, say 1 will begin making brooms Oct. ho carried Uo same remedy In his 28. Will mako brooms for half the Somo folks aro worrying about pocket for his own use. So what Is corn or nt 35 cents each. Brooms on how to get rid of tho women from in- a mere layman to do In tho matter? hand for sale at reasonable prices. dustrial fields to mako room for tho Our own opinion is that tho people N. A. SCHROADER, holdier.s when they return for their use entirely too many nostrums, both 17tf Hartford, JCy., Routo 2. Jobs. Tho solution should be put up patented and prescribed, and would Let them ndviso them to use more common to the soldiers themselves. FOR SALE. marry tho women out of tholr Jobs. sense and less medicine Will average CO 18 good shoats. Tho effect upon tho American vot-o- rs Sunday's Louisville Herald menpounds. of tho President's letter, urging tioned Richard Stoll, of Lexington, W. E. ASHDY, for tho Republican nomination for at- tho election of a Democrat congress 19t4 Centertown, Ky. torney general. No bettor selection to preserve a unity of power in his me now could bo mado. Dick Stoll Is one of hands, is better understood DITCH AND DIKE TAX! With the this bebt mlxors with men wo know, than boforo tho election. LAST CALL! war comes tho breaking and before his campaign was over, end of tho voters of tho State would bo up or tho 'unity of power, even in half tho M. 11. In tho All landowners those countries long inured to moncalling him "Dick." HARNARD, II. W. RIAL. It. B, MARarchies. Tho world has been mado TIN, GEO. A. BARNES and W. C. Regular habits In mating and sleep- Indeed safo for democracy, but de- KNOTT DRAINAGE DISTIQTS nro ing, a frequent bath, living as much mocracy means tho freo participation heroby notified that all taxes pr asor tho peoplo In the government of us posslblo in the open air, sleeping Unity of powor in the sessments on the land In said Disrooms, tho occa- tho country. in well veutilnted which foremost republic of the world would tricts, levied on Sept. 18, 1918, sional uso of a simple purgative and democracy uro not paid by Saturday, November eschewing medicine, tho effect of bo a travesty Just when 30, 1918, will bo placed in tho hands which in many cases only tho good Is being seeded in tho soils of tho Old of the SHERIFF FOR COLLECTION. Tho President's Lord knows, Is tho surest wny of World monarchies. PENALTY, INTEREST AND COMmaintaining a strong 'onutitutloii and loUor will, no doubt, go down In his- MISSION must thon bo collected in tory us tho movt collossul tactical TltslKtiUK dilMHfcU. thle blunder over made by uu American addition to tho tax. To envo paid additional coat, taxes MUST bo " Right along" uiouuy the StMto OAOCiitlve. The Secretary, to McDowell A. Fugle. iuperlntendeut promised the county Prof. Wen on Peytoa nnd Meeara. with la the peclfled time. payment or the twyerlutendeiit tor OP DRAINAflf COM leathern, Juat before the election, Will Park and Floyd Keowa were BOARD Or OHIO COUNTY, XY. we predicted at the time. here Wednesday, aakng the comity i ymved. at By J. H. Tbowaa, Present. flu ban la n camouflage. Prostl- - board of health to lift tho M NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now address must glvo tho old address in making tho request. Dusincss Locals and Notices 10c jcr lino, and Gc per lino for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, Be per lino, money in adpre-electier ami-electio- President Gompcrs hits notified tho government that no reduction In tho Tlicso gcntlomcn insist Fordsvlllo. that tho town and surrounding coun try arc practically frco of tho epidemic, and urgo tho Justlco of allowing tho school to open. Wo recognlzo tho seriousness of tho epldomlc and would not counsel rashness In lifting tho ban anywhoro, but if tbo situation at Kordsvlllo is what theso gentlemen represent it to bo thoro appears good reason for grouting their request. Tho State Hoard has lifted tho ban in spots whero tho epidemic seemed to bo practically over, nnd wo sco no good reason why tho county board should not follow such example Safety first should bo tho rule, but to Imposo unreasonable restrictions on communities whero the danger seems to bo past, Is unwarranted. Wo aro not assuming to pass on tho question of facts In tho Kordsvlllo situation, but suggest that rules of ordinary discretion bo applied In tho case. STRAY STREAKS (Ry Fluke McFluko.) Will Park, of Fordsvlllo, was hero one day this week nnd I was trying to tell him of nomo of tbo troubles 'twlxt John Henry nnd myself, when that it he interrupted by saying wasn't at all nocossnry, 'causo lij was forced to bo Intimately connoct-- d with Thomas for S years and there wore only n few things John woldn't do to n follow It ho got tho 'banco and still fewer things ho would do for a follow, oven with a good opportunity. I told nun 1 ho had Thomas' number not far from (A fllfYtfe lanl! Dr. , Fll .vui inn Be one of the I iww v That "Spanking" New Fall Suit or Overcoat is in Order Nov. Fashion Leaders. DON'T be a back number. The new, snappy garments await your inspection latest fads latest ideas. When thinking of good clothes a man most always think of us first. There's a reason for this it's not an accident. first of the right. Lawyer Otto Martin says this thing putting off court from time to tlmo Is getting to bo n very dangerous thing from a standpoint of legal rights, ns tho doggon fellows who do tho litigating may get It into their bends to do without litigation alto of gether. Quito a number of distinguished Germans who have been in Holgium nnd France during the past four years, aro returning homo this week, accompanied by French, In great English and Americans visitors will The Huns' numbers. likely spend tho winter sight-seein- g in tho western part of Germany. Come, See the New Fall v Beauties Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Mixtures, Cheviots, Serges, &c. Perfectly tailored and elegantly trimmed. Cut right up to the hour in style. Never mind what your ideal Fall Suit may be if it's GOOD and RIGHT, WE'VE GOT IT. Men's Suits ti Albert Rial says ho had to pop 3 full of corn and sell a tea-cu- p popcorn tho other day in order to get 30 cents with which to buy a beef bono big enough to mako .all the soup ho and his wife could eat. and his wife didn't llko soup either, that Is, she did not get much of it me I'.VIWt VOll. SALE. One hundred acres of good upland. of Hartford, on 2i miles eastrouto by door. Horton Good road. Mall dwolllng and all necessary outbuildings. Plenty of water for residence and stock. Will sell at a bargain. J. T. WALLACE, ISt- -t Hartford, Ky., Route 2. . e Men's Overcoats Youth's Suits Youth's Overcoats Children's Knee Suits Children's Overcoats t $14.00 to $30.00 $7.50 to $25.00 $7.50 to $20.00 1 $5.00 to $15.00 $3.50 to $12.50 $2.00 to $6.00 E Are you as patriotic as your neighbors? Kemember the Flag of Liberty. BUY AVAR SAVINGS STAMPS. LANDS KOU SALE. 300 acres, 5 miles from Hartford river bottom and roling hill land well In fine stato or cultivation, Residence of 7 rooms and watered. New 2 halls, water works In house barn and silo, good orchard. Two tenant houses with barns, wells, etc Rural daily mail. Telephone all Will sell as a modern conveniences. whole or In lots. acres, 7 miles from Hattford, i,4 mile of depot. Rural dally mall 75 acres river bottom land balance hill land, nil tillable. Good five room house, telephone, cistern, well and 10 lasting springs. Now barn and out Young orchard, plenty of buildings. timber for uso on farm and sam' to sell. JOHN B. WILSON. m Carson KOSINE. (EL Co. be-ll- of. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. that the above statement is truo to tho best of our knowledge and W. II . BEAN, Prcsid'-nt- . ALVIN ROWE. nhlir Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 20th day of November, 1918. My Commission expires January 30, 1922. FHNA ROWE, Notary Public. Correct Attest : ALVIN ROWE, W.'ll. REAN. L. C. MORTON. Directors e Farmers aro very busy stripping and delivering their tobacco. Report of the Condition of The BANK OF HARTFORD Doing business at tho town of Hartford, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at tho close of business on 15th day'ot November, 1918. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts. .. .$279, 85. 45 Roport ot tho Condition of Overdrafts, secured nnd 1,678.50 unsecured THE FARMERS BANK Stocks, Donds and other Doing business at tho town ot Cen51,180.00 Securities tertown, County of Ohio, Stnte 59, 524. OS Duo rrom Ranks of Kentucky, at the clnso of 7,476.57 Cash on hand business on 15th day ot Checks and other cash November, 1918. 235.99 items t Ranking House, FurniRESOURCES. 4,500.00 ture and Fixtures. . . . $ 55,900.48 Loans and Discounts. $404, 480.59 Stocks, Bonds and other Total 8,650.00 Securities LIABILITIES. Due from Banks 69,633.28 Cnpltal Stock paid in, in 4,945.91 $ 40,000.00 Cash on hand cash 20,000.00 Ranking House, FurniSurplus Fund 2,200.00 ture and Fixtures. .. . Undivided Profits, less ox- - , 4,793.39 pensos and taxes paid. $141,329.67 Total Deposits sub-eLIABILITIES. to check. $226,267.34 Capital Stock paid in, in Time Depos$ 15,000.00 cash its $113,103.86 ' 339,371.20 5,000.00 316.00 Surplus Fund Unpaid Dividends Undivided Profits, loss expenses and taxes paid. 2,881.82 $404,480.59 Total Deposits subject to check.. $07,680.56 Stuto ot Kentucky,) Time I)(poslts.$20,767.29 118,447.85 )Sct County or Ohio, ) Total $141,329.67 Wo, Rowan Hoi brook, Vlco President, and C. O. Hunter, Cashier of tho above named Itanft, do solemnly State of Kefitucky) )Sct. swear that tho nbovo statement Is truo to tho best of our knowledge and County of Ohio, ) Wo, W. II. Roan nnd Alvln Rowo, bullet. ROWAN HOLI1ROOK.V. Pres. President and Cashier of tho above named Bank, do solemnly swear C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of November. 19J8. My Commission Expires February Get the Genuine a vi j 2S, 1922. and Avoid vi Tti tnvmrvt JJ StWaste W. S. TINSLEY, Notary Public. Correct- - Atteet: HOW AN HOUirtQOK, Mrs. Jcssjj Craig, who has been ill of tuberculosis for quite awhile, died Nov. 15th.. wus burled Sunday In tho family burying ground. There are several now casesot in this place. Tho stork visited tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Albln, and Mr. and Irs. Andrew Rnsham on November 13 and left a wco baby In each home. Mrs. Tom Crowder, who has been nursing his brother's fnmlly, Mr. O. C. Cox, of Smallhous, who were 111 of tho flu, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Crowder aro the proud parents ot a flna boy. Mr. O. P. Rains, of Reaver Dam. visited friends and relatives In this place Sunday. Report of tho Condition of Tho- - ROCKPORT DEPOSIT BANK Doing business County Kentucky, business nt tho town of Rock-po- rt, of Ohio, Stato of nt tho closo of on 15th dny of Nov.. 19 IS. ... RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts. . . . $49,206.1 &. " Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 729. 6L Stocks, Honda and other Securities 4,621.76 Dye from Hanks 7,160,98 Cnsh on hnnd 8.360.SG Iiuuklng House, Furnlturo and Fixtures 4,500.00 Othor Assets not Included under nny of above heads 240,76 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in $74,820.15 ct csh $15,000.00 Surplus Fund 5.000.00' Undivided Profits, less expenses nnd taxes paid. . 1.S29 16 Deposits subject to check $12,011.58 Time DopositK.. $10,273.18 Cashier's checks outstanding ...$ 703.23 52,900.99 Total Stnto of Kentucky,) )Sct. County of Ohio, ) Wo, A. I). Park nnd J. J. Hoslck. Presldont nnd Cashier of tho ubovo named Bank, do solemnly mvoar that tho nbovo stntomunt Js truo to tho host of our knowledgo and belief, A. 1). PARK, President J. I. 110SICMC. Cushlpr.v Subscribed nnd sworn to bofon nc thle ISth day ot November, 191? My Commission Exuiuh April I ..$74,820.15 CV!,ttT.'J riifi. O. O. Kl'NTEK. " & & USB UMMBRMAM. nirwtojs Qfigidff5S'3ig L. ?.' HMD, Notary Public i n ad ouatsi r Writing from Franco to Mr. Roll Mrs. W. II. Coombs, wlfo of editor Coombs, of tho Herald Is recovering Riley, Ray Crnbtreo says ho is now in tho hospital, but will soon bo out from an attack of Influenza. again. Ho says ho has been In scvcrMiss Mario Dnughtory nnd brother, nl b.it tics, but tho biggest ono was Stoy, visited their grandfather, at that of Soptombor 29, when tho Allies crushed through the Iltndonburg line. McIIonry, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. J, C. Durroll, of Rockport, has rccalvcd official notice that Ills son, Oscar, has been killed In action. i If you are In need of n Dining Table, Safo, Kitchen Cabinet, Drcssor or Chlfforobo, cnll on ACTON HUOS. Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rcnfrow nnd ? Tk ! JT02 57 ! Ill 111 jA vk&Jy wb Tr 4$K$W Fi R& A tStJr J. -- "A Mk i 4- - Coats Another shipment of Coats and Coat Suits now in our house. To say they are pretty and stylish as well as cheap in price, is only a mild way of expressing their real beauty and value. If you have not bought and really intend to make a purchase NOW IS YOUR mid-winter mm 1 3 daughter, of near Owcnsboro, havo moved to this city and havo taken tho urnlslied homo of Mrs J. T. Reynolds, on Malno street. Dr. Renfrow is practicing dontlstry In Uio offices that I. D. Best Vacates to remove to Lexington. Cynthiana Democrat. AT A MONEY SAVING issiaH5&?5DEWKS53F5ra:seaK:a Ka ijl .dZ3 TIME. .$28.00 $35.00 values Poplin Coat Suits $24.98 values Serge Poplin Suits .$30.00 $21.98 .$25.00 values Serge Coat Suits An endless variety of Ladies Coats, from .$12.50 to .$35.00 Come in Velvets, Beavers, Cloth, Velvour, Chiffon, Broad Cloth and Fancy Mixtures. Beautiful line of Children and Misses Cloaks in all the desirable hew fabrics and shades. SEE US. USE ECONOMY. TRADE WITH See the goods before YOUR HOME MERCHANT. you part with your money, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. prices-rangin- 3 3 B IkZ&l&&0. r The Hertford FRIDAY Republican NOVEMBER ' I Ton '" Louisville from Sunday until Tuesday. 5Ir- - " Let ACTQN BROS., sell you cran- berries and celery for that Thanksgiving dinner. tf., II. & E. U. It. TIME TABLE. Bound, No. 116 louth Mrs. Elmer Greer, of Sunnydale, 9:05 a. m. One at Hartford.... died Saturday of pneumonia, and was Worth Bound, No. 114 6.46 p. m. burled Sunday. Dae at Hartford (Both "Mixed." Tralni.) A warrant was Issued In county court charging Vic Mulllgen with breach of peace. . ( Personal News and Social Kueots. Misses Erma Carter and Kennedy Collins left Monday for Bowling Green to enter school. .Mrs. Carson Duncan, of Alabama, is visiting her fathor, Mr. J. B. CanMr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor went to non, at Horso Branch. Louisville Monday. Mrs. Ed Barrass went to Louisville Monday. Rabbit season is now open, will pay tho highest market price, cash. W. E. ELLIS & Bro. 20t4. Dr. J. W. Taylor has gone to Stone, Jamas Halph, of Nocrcek, sold his Ky., whero his son and family are af $9,000. farm to Joo Ford for flicted with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slmraerman and tho week end in Louisville. Mr. Ed Barrass was in Louisville week. t a few days tho first of tho Cecil Hoops, of Beaver Dam, was reported In a recent casuulty list as An infant child of Mr. C, H. Walr being slightly woundod. laco, of Mt. Herman, died Sundya. of Sulphur Mr John Ragsdalo, Springs, was in town yesterday. daughter, Miss Winnie, spent Mlshcko nnd Mrs. H. John Bell who has boon very turned Monday from Mt. Vernon, sick for several days, Is Improved. Indiana, whero they had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Jesse Fuqua, of Greenville, Is Mrs. "Will Rlloy. visiting her sistor, Everett Kendall, who has been em ployed nt Stithton, has returned homo Hohenzollern, of BerMr. William nnd will build a now resldenco In lin, Is visiting his sister, in Holland. Bcavor Dam. Mr. E. re- children Bethor Hall, of near Fordsvlllo, died Tuesday of last week, of influen za. Messrs. Bill Koono nnd Davo of Pattiovillo, wero in town Tut-tl- o, Mr. Ben Taylor, tho bachelor barber, is confined to his room with influenza, but tho attack is not, to far, a sorious ono. yes- Mrs. Joseph Chnpmnu died of gall stones, at her homo in Beaver Dam Jo Berry's wlfo, a colored woman, Saturday, and was buried at Mt. Her of Taylor Mines, died of influenza, man, Sunday. terday. Saturday. Mr. Silo Taylor and family, of Mrs. Lonnlo Finloy returned to her Greenville, wore guosts of Mr. Tayhomo nt Madlsonvlllo Tuesday, after lor's daughter, Mrs. Will Rlloy tho a visit with Miss Kuth Tlchonor. of first of tliB wool;. ' noar town--. . Mrs. T. L. Ortfflu bin Hon to 'Uj tor" John Uouhi'; I'rt'pn to upoud two FroWN ba bm urutlior, Pror. II. t" Ci 'ir ii'i Campbell, of Cf ra!w, charging him x wlta UP ", U iiovKl" fvr at indi w' i i, luiiitiMiU Willi the St. to I gent ft i. r . Jml Attorney Otto Martin and stenograTho Texas Railroad has a steam pher, MIbb Kdno Hudson, wero In Lelfchfleld Wednesday, taking depo shovel nt work reducing tho grade at A'skin cut, near Fordsvlllc. Wo unsltlons In a lawsuit. derstand the management will proMr. nnd Mrs. Cicero Crowdcr spent ceed to reduce all tho heavy grades from Friday until Tuesday at tholr on tho Irvington branch, after which former homo, at Select, visiting It is contemplated to put on through trains between Loulsvlllo and Madl friends and relatives. sonvlllo. So mote It be. Mrs. Olllo Harnett, who has been Tho War Department has extended in Louisville for scvcrnl weeks, the guest of her brother, Mr. S. A. Ander- the tlmo for mailing Christmas packages for soldiers overseas from son, returned homo Saturday. November 20 to November 30. A For Sale or Exchange Ono nice now ruling also provides that whero the relative or friend of the soldier horse, otto farm marc. has not received tho regulation label, DR. J. S. BRAN, the same may bo obtained upon appliKy. Horse Branch, 20t2 cation to the local chapter of the Red Miss Mary Laura Pendleton left Cross. Monday for West Virginia to visit If you are receiving a copy of the her fathor, Capt. E. li. Pendleton, Republican and tho yellow slip shows vho is on duty at an army camp. when your time expired, you can not Mrs. Lena Mount and daughter, be in doubt about tho time of tho exIf there is an error report Miss Mac, who have been visiting tho piration. yes- it and wo will adjust it, but don't let family of Mr. Frank Black, left terday for their homo at Frankfort. the paper run along and then set up a claim you do not owe l,t. Unlcs3 ltcv. A. D. Litchfield has worn out you are a regular correspondent we several pairs of shoe soles In a fruit- are not giving you the paper. less search for birds. Hunters reThe Superintendent has no guess port birds unusually scarce this seacoming as to when tho schools will son. to open. Tho entire be allowed Mr. and Mrs. Perd Casebler and matter Is in tho hands of tho Stato Mr. Iva Nail visited Mrs. Casebler's Board of Health, a fid it is only by Its parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bell, at order that the schools may finally Pleasant Ridge, from Friday until open. Wo have no advlco in the matter but assume, if tho money may Sunday. be had for payment of the teachers, Wo continue to receive news letters additional months of school may bo unsigned and throw them into the provided for on account of so much wasto basket. Wo nlso receive sol- time having been lost. dier's letters for publication without Mr feep Williams, of near Cromwell, the soldier's last name. has gone to Tennessee, whero ho will The local exemption board has re- be employed In tho cotton trade unceived orders to discontinue examin- til spring. For a number of years ations for draft service. The board now Mr. Williams has raised a crop will continue tho classification of all on his farm, near Cromwell and spent men under thirty seven. the winter with tho cotton trade In Tennessee. Mr. Williams is Ohio Mr. Harrison Kuykendoll has sold county's only cotton grower. Ho has his farm, near Nocrcek, to Mr. grown from ten to twenty acres for 0. ,the past several years. He says it Walter Haynes, of Reynolds, for Mr. Kuykendoll paid $4,000 pays better than tobacco. for the farm about three years ago. What Ohio county couple havo livFrank Robertson, a respected ed longest together as man and wife. colored man, of Fordsvllle, died Sun- - Will our correspondents make reports day of influenza. Two of his children of this matter from their communidied last week of tho disease. An- ties. Toll us who is tho oldest perother child is seriously ill of the son, who the tallest, who tho shortest. Where Is tho oldest house? The trouble. biggest hog or horse, tho cow giving Lost Ono smnll black purse, on tho greatest flow of milk, tho biggest Nov. 5, in Cromwell or on tho road flock of sheep or goats? There aro containing about $3.00 and a trunk a thousand items of news interest key. Finder please return to Elmer besides tho Smiths visited the Sandefur, R. 3 Beaver Dam and re- Browns. 20tlp ceive reward. Parson Grecp tied the nuptial knot, Deputy Sheriff Roy Keown is ill of Tuesday for Sanders Huskussan, of Influenza. Mr. Keown thought ho Louisville, and Miss Zura Shields, had completely recovered and was out of Cromwell. Tho couplo inquired on tho street tho first of tho week, at tho county clerk's office for a minbut had a relapse and Is very 111 now. ister, and none being convenient, Miss He Is not thought to bo in danger of Warner suggested the County Judgo was a past master df such ceremonies, death. but the couplo insisted on being Rev. S. C. Chapman who was .some- married by an time ago assigned to tho pastorato of preacher, and hied away to tho the Nocrcek Church, but who was de- Herald offlco and impressed neighbor tained at his former charge at Lletch-flel- d Greep. Wo believe it was Brother on account of sickness in his Grcep's Initial experience in nuptial family, moved to his now charge last knot tying. week. WEST PROVIDENCE. John Carnnlian, of Akron, Ohio, was hero Monday for examination by Mrs. .R. B. Carter was tho guest tho draft board. Young Carnahan of her sister, Mrs. Nannie Barnes, nt is employed by tho street railway Beaver Dam, Thursday and Friday. company at Akron, but his legal reslMrs, Nnnnlo HIght and children, of denco Is at Fordsvllle, whero bis Princeton, Indiana, aro visiting her mother, Mrss Martha Eisler, lives. mother, Mrs. Laura Render. Mrs. Dllla Maddox sold 37 turkeys It must grow monotonous to our at Centertown last week for (126. Mrs. Azzio Maddox sold 34 turkeys readers, but wo must say again, as o at Centertown for $103. gratefully as wo appreciate tho of our correspondents, wo must Mr. Aldora Brown lost a flno maro insist upon thorn signing their real last week. This is tho second horso names to their communications and Mr, Maddox has lost within tho lust omitting mention of tho visit of one eight months. neighbor to nnothor. Tho farmers of this community aro busy gathering corn. Judgo Cook, Mr. Owen Hunter and This community Is not afflicted n road engineer wont to Smallhouso with tho flu. Wednesday, to examine n gravel bed, Tho community hits indulged groat with a view to locating material for rejoicing over tho announcement of and tin pan road building. They report tho ob- peace. Bell ringing servation of sufficient gravo to build beating broko tho good nows to thoso roads for tho entlro county, and that who had not already heard it. Ray Maddox rung tho church bell until tho quality of the gravel Is good. tho clapper foil out. Mrs. R. II. Carter visited hor son, Owonsboro Looso Leaf Tobacco John Carter, nt Willams Mines, from Warehouses will open Monday 2, 1018, and as transporta- Friday until Sunday. tion will bo assured to foreign niur- FOR HALE. tho prices will certainly Up ery Mr. Mtlifaotory to tlyj furwini. Lot and two story brik siorsliotiM. Rowan Holbrook. of Hartford, wilt lu count cted v. lth the new Divlis-- , good tbiiitton and nost dtniruble llurttorcl. AiUIr Iiu 1, v 111 apiii I IMC,' Hon e ;!it;. tu. Oiiin" 1:1- - 1.1 .ii' .i pi) ...(; ;wtlo. gi. j ',ri $8,-00honcst-to-goodness ser-vic- Why we say this is not because we are buying on a low market, but from the fact that we made our purchase when Stoves were plentiful and when the prices seemed to be high. But when we take a peep at the present market and prices, we say our purchase prices were at a money saving. If you will call and look through our wonderful line of RANGES, COOK STOVES and HEATERS before you make your purchase, you will find that our prices are reasonable and will be at a saving for you to buy from us. ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. BOILED DOWN. Ohio voted dry by a majority of 25,000. The entailed estate of the former German Emperor will bo confiscated by tho new government. His personal estate will not be taken. All restrictions on tho use of sugar will probably bo removed by Jan- ' uary 1. Tho ban on the manufacture of beer, effective December 1, will be removed immediately peaco is declared. Enough beor will havo been made by tho first of next month to supply the trade for four months. kti -- t' i-- The overseas casttalltles to Novem 17 totaled 27,789, and the influ- cattle. The people here aro all 'Catholics, enza epidemic among soldiers and civilians now exceeds 83,000 or more and I don't know if they have church, every tlmo they ring the bell or not. than three times the toll of war. If they do it Is a continuous service, It is given out that there will be for they ring It day and night. Well, I am using another fellow's another six billion bond sale in April. It will probably be known as tho pen and he is waiting for it, so guess "Bring the boys homo" fund. I'd better close. Your cousin, 750,000 American soldiers were ELMER. (Editor's noto) Our correspondent actually on the battle line during the period the United States was en- failed to furnish us tho soldier's last name, but as tho letter Is an interestgaged in war. ing one wo publish it. Final election returns give the ReTO THE PUBLIC. publicans a majority of two in the senate and forty three in the lower I have secured tho building known, house. The new congress will stand: Sonato 49 Republicans and 47 Demo- as tho Black & Birkhead Livery Barn, crats. The House will be made up of and will conduct ,a first class feed, 239 Republicans and 195 Democrats. hitch and transfer business. I respectfully solicit your patronage. DILLIS S. BENNETT. German ships will bo sent to tho 2U3. Hartford, Ky. United States, at once for the shipment of food supplies to Germany. It CEKAIiVO. will be a novel sight to seo German ships peacefully entering American Mr. J. II. Kimracl, of Greenville, ports. was in our midst last week having a. The total cost of the war to all monument erected to his wife's grave. Miss Shelly Pago, of Southerland. belligerents is set down at $200,000,-00- 0, or more than the entire wealth, spent Thursday with Emma B. Fulk-erso- n. of the United States. Miss Mary Ethel "Evorley Is visitCamp Knox will bo completed and ing her brother, Mr. Vernon Everley maintained as an artillery training of Kimbly Mines. Miss Margurite Hunter, has returncamp. " ed homo after spending soveral days, President WILson will go to France with her brother, Mr. R. Huntor and. otbor relatives at Equality. to attend the peace conference. Kirtley and Mrs. Henderson Congress adjourned yesterday and daughter with Mrs. Lula Howe, of will convene again in regular session Island, visited Mrs. J. M. Everley and daughter, Mrs. Emma Fulkerson one the first Monday in December. day last week. Mr. Cecil Fulkerson who has been, All restrictions on tho use of flour living here, has moved to Nelson. have been removed. substitutes Mr. Bomby Wade Robertson, of m Rockport, is visiting bis aunt Mrs. FOR KALE. Mattie Wood. Mr. J. H. Ward and Mr. Earl CarTwo good young jacks cheap. ter wjnt to Central City, Thursday. G. W. CRUMES Mr, Frank Tichenor wont to Owens-bor- o !0t3p. Horso Branch. last week to havo his eyes treat ed. FROM OVER THERE. Master Lytis and I.ovl Evorloy, of France, Oct. 13, 191S McIIenry, are visiting their grandmother Mrs. J. M. Evorley. Miss Annlo Carter, Mr,, nnd Mrs. John Boono and son. McIIenry, Ky. Ddar Cousin: I received your Paul, of Echols, spent Sunday wttlt letter a fow days ago and was glad to hor bister Mr. Loe Tlchonor. hour from you. I suppoM Mary has already told you of my arrfval In Do you gat up at night? Sanol It Prone. I like tltli country fine. The surely the but for all kidney ur bladpeopU treat us very ulcely, but tboy der trouble. Sauol glvas rollef I" are a bit behind the times, about 24 hours rortu all ti iich ad bl.'i! ut c 1 Ct." S. .1 tl.iee conturlti-- , I bhottld guaxij. They Ver troul! ', ' a I MM i'o not do a great dcil of f.itninrf; romi'dy O li I I Ig 40 It S'lIM US If til the ih J.' it i'. Kit plant their gardens tho year around. They aro still planting cabbago and lettuce. I think their chiof product is wine. Half the country right around hero is devoted to vinyards., and they use tho grapes only for wine. We have had quite a few blackberry pies since wo hnvo been hero, and the berries nre not all gone yet. The French peoplo do not use the blackberries at all. Somo of them think the berries aro poison, so we get all of them. They have the funniest little trains hero you ever thought of. By tho way, we have done all our train riding in France, in cattle cars or box cars. Wo havn't seen but very fow horses since we have been here. It seems they do most of their work with cattle and milk cows. They put shoes on their ber r 1 " .v i -- A'rTp'jpv'XV'Ani 5rIT ' " n i "?flJ WTflpr- 'vr wWwfci 11 7,r, 111 nr,-- iiniMir - fWwrww?W -- trrriMfr rrfr : gjriuu?' j ii"1 WKLT . h Jl ltOCKPOKT. Cash sales aro mndo of No 2 rod CIHCUIT COUItT. whoat nt $2.23 a bushol, No. 2 yellow 11. W. Slack, Owunsboro. Ch'm'n. Hoard James Wilson. corn nt $1.10 to $1.43. No. 2 white Clerk mulling Hunt. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartUve-ptoc- k When the work In jnur war garroports of tho Bureau of per cent on nccount of diminished outsat C8H conts, rye at $1.02 nnd Police Judge John T. Jackson ford. bnrlsw at 80 cents to $1. den aeoiMH tedlotn nnd jou strnlRhten Crop Estimates hud on their farms j feeding stuffs. Marshal Will I,angford. your miring Imck nnd look lnngl,tiRl,r Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. About 24 per cont of tho ontlro hay 2.1 pur cent loss cattlo, 2.4 par cont 1U.AVI.K DAM. toward the Inviting simile of tin trees Master Commissioner It Moans Milk. Otto C. Mar- hoes, and 1.2 per cent less shoop rrop Is baled, It .is estimated by tho innrn . " roportrs- oi. uto uuroau oi urop Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKonney "Wo .. aro loosing ovory year 300,- - or towtml I ho arm rhnlron the nwnlng-covere- d tlu, Hartford. on September 1 than on August . l.jcrop . .. . . . . ...a, ........ ... ...... ...... n porch; when you mutter to i Clerk K. W. King. 1018. Of tho total CUttlO roponcd, Kstlmatos. it is expected mat is,.. UUU cimureii uiiuci uvu ;uii.- mu, iv younwlf that It will not matter miicli Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, holfors j GOO, 000 bales of cultivated hay and! third of whom dlo from preventable Police Judfio J. W. Cooper. D 1.7 per cont wero cows and beet ..,. ... Hartford. i .... ... ...... nnv fnn -- .i v v iw ii iirtifia rr in ii ...., i7iii nn causes." thus spoaus Airs, ira whether It the weeds do choke the your u,u. Marshnl It. F. Stovuus. -over l year omi, n u. may help you to patch 1st Monday In March 1J days Couch Wood chairman of tho Child tnsk If you call to mind 11 llnlsh FOHDSVIIjLK. ttccrs and bulls, and 22.1 wero calves. balled from tins years crop. story told Wolfaro Coiniuittca for tho Illinois In ".My War Diary" by Mrs. Mary Com'th. and Civil. Kins Ch'm'n. Hoard W. H. Jonon. Calculated on tho basis of 13S Council ot Defense Continuing Mrs. Wuddlngton. Tho United States exported 14. C 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Clerk Olla Cobb. In 11 village near ours, Fiiy the per cent of its wheat crop In tho flvo pounds of sugar per ton of enno, tho Wood Bays: 1st Monday in July 12 dayB Police Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. "Ono of tho thrco things ls tho a girl of thirteen Is running the years preceding tho war, 1.7 per cent nverago of the last seven years, tho Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. aud Civil. to- Louisiana sugar crop of this year had mnttcr either they aro not getting farm. At the beginning of the war It of tho corn, 3S.3 per cent of tho 12 days bacco, nnd C9.1 per cent of tho cot- a prospect on October 1 of about enough food or they aro not getting was u thriving farm with u man mid 3d Monday In September Civil. ton. In tho thrco years beforo tho 207,000 short tons. Tho averago of tho right kind of food, or they havo his wife, sis sons and one daughter. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKXDAK war, this country oxportcd J.i per tho lnst tcn ycar8 wa3 283,116 tons, physical defects which could bo reme- Then the blow fell, and all the men 4 th Monday in November 12 days County Hoard of Education. In Trance wero mobilized; the father cent of its oats crop, 4.4 per cont otan,i ot tno iast 5 ycars 244.0S0 tons died to make for proper growth. We mid his two Com'th. and Civil. eldest boys went off nt perccntago of peo havo a very small the barley, 2.3 per cent of tho rye, E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. ple who can not securo enough food. oiicl four hours after the decree of COUNTY COUUT. und 0.5 per cent of the potatoes. DIv. No. 1 J. M. lioovor, HartTho Fall Planted Onion. a matter ot poverty but of mobilization was received In tho vil lage. The farmer had no time to put Moots first Monday In each month. ford, Ky. Llko tho spinach) onions will bo all It is not Parents need education Ids house In order, hut left the farm Tho average price of a farm horse the better if a mulch of stablo manurc ignorance. W. Dull, Fordnvillcv Dlv. No. Judge Mack Cook. to bring homo the In the hands of his wife and in the United States, all ages includ- is placed between tho rows. Indeed and the two Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. ed, declined from $145 In 1910 to ,nov Is tho time to cover tho whole fact that thero nro standards In child big boys, aged fifteen and sixteen. The DIv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, propor man nud his two eldest sons are now Clerk W. C. Dlankcnshlp. $131 in 1916. turn developemcnt nnd that tho Ky- garden thickly with manuro and food In tho majority ot cases will dead, the two nest are In the nriiiy, Sheriff S. A. Hratcher. Dlv. No 4 Robert Coff, Hoslnc, tinder in the spring nnd work in a Superintendent E. S. Howard. Tho ordinary washing of dairy heavy application of acid phosphate. bring tho child up to tho standard., and the poor mother, n wreck physKy. hun-ically and mentally, cries i.ll day. The "Our children should be ono to lnsuro Always tho uso of plenty of acid Jailer Worth Tlchonor. utonslls is not sufficient Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav Tho only phosphate or basic slag on the garden dred per cent perfect in this great plrl and the two little boys do the Tux Commissioner D. E. Ward. freedom from bacteria. er Dam, Ky. whole work of the farm. Tho youngSurveyor C. S. Moxley. safe method of destroying in utensils to balance tho manure, for tno use free country whero we have boasted est, DIv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, who Is only ten years old, every man bad his chance. Of j germs wnicii aueci inu b Coroner E. P. Ilodgors. of manurc alonc as ls tho rule in that Ky. handicapped by cannot accomplish much, hut he does keeping qualities 01 me mint anu many old gardens, tonus to an ex- course some will bo manage to Time of Meeting 1st Monday la to FISCAL COURT. heredity, but If our children are fed carry cans watch the cows and butby sterilization. cream ls cess of nitrogen in proportion to the of milk or baskets of February; 1st Mondny In April; lit properly, we should be the foremost ter. phosphates and heavy leafngo and Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In Aunation In tho world. It means milk Tho soy bean s a very profitable small root growth. I see the girl slnictinics; she Is per- gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st and butter fat nnd plenty of green j fcetly well, neer complains mid never In January, April and October. crop when grown for seed, nnd tho vegetables, very littlo meat, nnd you asks for anything except occaslonal-- j 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. Industry Is being deE. 8 Routo 3. Changing; Garden Plots. County Board of Examiners g get a sound diet for children." secly for a warm petticoat, or 11 hood to veloped in many plan of rotating farm crops keep her head and neck warm and dry nd District Sam L. Slovens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. and in the southern part of Is If the tions profitable, as it undoubtly is, it is er Dam. Duff. when she Is working In the tlchls. Xo ember Suggestion'. tho cornbelt. The character of the just as true that it is advisable to Jan. 25 and 26 Common School Tile best time in tho whole season There me hundreds if girl? doing that Sr1 District Q. II. Brown, Simmons. growth, its uniform maturing habit, Ith District G..W. Howe, Center-tow- Dlplonm Examination. recom- have garden rotation for best results. for setting strawberry plants Is in w,,rk all oer France. Youth's and its largo yield ot grain "When starting a garden on a new May 10 and 11 Common School Planted now, they will l'lon. mend the soy bean for seed producpeico of ground which lias not before mako a good root growth before tho flth District W. C. DauBherty.Dalze-town- . Diploma Examination. tion. been used for that purpose, some coldest weather sets In. and will make AS HAVE OTHER HUN THINGS May 17 and IS County Teachers' (Ith DiMrict W. S. Dean, Dundee mne is rcquireu 10 gei 11 11110 co.iu. - a faIr crop ot fnllt , tho ,..,,.. Examination (white). It is estimated by tho Bureau of tion to produco first class crops. B. F. Itlco, Fordsvlllo. May 21 and 25 County Teachers' Man Complains That His German. 7th District a)so be planted. Crop Estimates that stock hogs on Hence, one would like to retain the HaspucrrJe8 can Made Clock Has Completely Gone 8th Dlstilct II. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). September 1, 1918 numbered G5,- old garden as long as possible, and to the Bad. ford, Kotito G. Juno 22 nnd 23 County and Stato- Surgeons ngree that in cases of 066,000 an increase of 4.S4S.000 In a faIrly BOod results can be secured by Tcachcrs' Examination (whlto). year. IIAHTFOUD. My old alarm clock has gone to carefully rotating the different va- - Cuts. Hums, Bruises and Wounds tho Juno 28 and 29 County and Stato first treatment Is tho most impor smash. That may not be n news Item rleties of vegetables. Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored) The Phlllplnc Islands are steadily But the fact has often been noted tant. When an efficient antiseptic Is mu- it may not Interest oti. but up at Sopt. 20 and 21 County nnd StateClerk J. A. Howard. of the fact that the gaining in the production that a garden, after a few years of applied promptly, there Is no danger uiir home go any more was alarm clock Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (whlto). an event of From crops of 345,077 short cultivation, will not produce as good of infection and tho wound begins to wouldn't E. P. Casebler. Marshal Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stat tons in 1913, and of 408,339 tons in a quality of vegetables, nor as great heal at once. For use on man or Interest. It was ticking away on the shelf at n quarter to 11 the night of 1914. The crop of 1917 advanced a quantity, as the first two or three beast, Borozone Is the ideal antiseptic July 17. I took It up to wind It. One to 425.266 tons. ,years that ,t hag becn use(, u used .and healing agent. Buy it now and be twist, and rattleteliauk, slss boom nil , We Knock the Spots Out of Thlngi WILL YOU Price 25c, Something went all to pieces In the fnr n Inmr time It cets full of wends: 'ready for an emergency. Sold many mowing machines insects of various sorts prey upon r,0c a,11 $100 an1 TAKE Undoubtly works. hate been or about to be scrapped, tno plants, and diseases of different ollio County Drug Co. More twists shaking, putting the though still capable of doing several kinds attack the crops. This condi- clock to ear and lliinl determination years of useful work if only a small tion can not ))0 remedied by chang- that It was done for. I thought to TOO iTK. hmk It over before depositing It In the French Dry Cleaned nd Prentd tx percentage of their original cost were lng thc I)UsitIon of the different A Treatment ..- Suporlcr Manner. " species in tne Kitchen garden, for tlie ' t10 aVerage Oklahoma Indian is ash can. On the back was .scratched "" "I'"" (or WEAK ... .. . 11 the month and day of the purchase In I ... 1.. 11.. proper llino lor overnauiing inese ..!. "l , flir Send ns your Garment and JBv "3U""-- . a." interested in oil royalties tuan ,..,,., . wa, ., ".'uu h.'uu"u LUNGS or machines Is during their period mat tno distance any particular crop !n r,ir,.llt nVeiits. Itecontlv :i locallv the last time and .studying It closely. I .?...,..,.... Them inactivity and beforo the rush Is moved from where it grew the sea- - .. 0ii.klI0Wn Indian came "into Ard- - Then down at the bottom I saw in CONSUMPTION spring work. son beforo will accomplish nothing In more to cash his quarterly check, and small letters: "Made In Germany." CLEANED CLHAN fungous 0:1 being approached for a Hed Cross There It had been ticking away on the combating insects and Packages called for and uellTortt. A quick lelltf (or that liicJ, rundown ferlinc. diseases. The garden itself must bo contribution asked: Feeding Value Of Soy Deans. shelf year after year, sounding Its cough, paint In clinl. olcht twrali. hrmor -n seed, rotated if tho insects and discuses The feeding value of alarm regularly, and yet never before What for, Ited Cross?" ELTE PRESSING CLUH thicrt, wrikIIluort or consumption. If II yon had I noticed that detested inscription. THE coil you nftthlnf. -. which contains from 30 to 4 6 per cent are to bo sidetracked. Ited Cross work was briefly exTho best way to do this ls to have plained and the Indian came back Probably If I had it would have gone Lock nox 8t& protein, is very high and compares A. Iva Nail, Prop. MEDICAL CO. OHIO COLUMOIIi n favorably with other concentrated several plots about the barn whero with another query. "What war?" Into the ash can long before. HAKTFOItO. KENTUCKY. Just like a lot of other ".Made In stock is allowed to run. Since the feeds. Tho growing ot "Why tho war with tho Germans." Germany" things that we didn't know-werwill enable the farmer to produce at garden mubt be enclosed by a good was the answer. "Didn't you know around until we found them out. COOD a moderate cost at least part of tho 'fence, it is Impracticable to fence off America is at war with Germany?" LEXIHGTOH, KY., BUSINESS EOT But the old German clock Is busted, ' n concentrates necessary plots adjoining the house if the plots replied the Indian. "How the works have gone to smash, It bus "No," Ibc. uJ Skxmot U Vnbtt S. Soili Bmbru UWt feeding and milk pro- not. in garden can not bo utilized by long?" for stock Mutinied Its last alarm, and as I modi-- 1 Butlnett, Short Hand, Tps Writing and Telegraphy duction. When fed to sheep and stock. Hut It such plots arc con- P 1.1 of . lin cttnnttnM Mn2 avi1olnmt ... i.u. .. o li ...... ..(l.. Ub tnted on it I thought how true of, Hj Secured or Your Money Back Thli ol an J influntitt VolUsn can do mticb. fur If you take tho Dninclion Training, the hogs the beans can bo fed whole, but venient to the barn, feeding can 1)6 Imwrtli ...... nftnr .....(.(.- - .n- nvjir t lie. everything el.se "Made in Germany," nurl a..u. t Hfli'lm- w.u. jouel trottcott nd tnwiM training that IraalneM men lnriorwi. Yon miring ft Au waUrud " in general it is preferable to crack or none in mem during tne winter, 1Ilatter the Indian said: Including the Juggernaut war machine, ' can tata ;lt at entiegt or by mal. Write 'A, Srawlltl lVnM.fn.flm. f RUhlXKsK niLLKUP grind them. Practical experlenco which will keep up the fertility, and 10 years In the building, with which D1UUUH0.VS riUCTICAL Know urn yesterday. ..Too 1)a(1! 1 rrainrni l.lliulojmrnu kr l'Mach. 9 ThofMmnJa at ur. .ful has shown that It is necuslsary to mix during the summer tho lots not the kaiser was to ride untrammeled nelp ,,cap Two Germans-birKluim, llNiinatiyUm. DnPAItTMr.NT roil the beans with corn or peas first and voted to gardening purposes can uo ,11V ,)lace hauug wcU-rICould over all the rest of tho world. Tho tliloa ot a I.vlr rrlsrlpal. 10 lull (tomllng ihla Pclon. C4 Burtk.( home.. 1'ot rtloulara, iint then grind together into meal. Owing reeded to forago crops for pasturing ' knl .em easy." Everybody's Maga-o- r works "is busted." E. E. K., in Syra. IXXJNQTON, KY. VILBUIt R. SMITH cuse feeding and after that seeded to'zine to the high content ot protein, soyalways be fed in clover and then turned under for a bean seed should EiE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Mustard Gas Invented Here. mixture with a less concentrated 'garden. And Fitting of Glasses When ou nave Backache the liver The report that an American InSuch garden vegetables as rhubarb, or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. feed. THE ventor lnld before an agent of the bu- Masonic 0WENSB0R0. KY. asparagus and others of a like kind, Try Sanol, It does wonders for the Templa SEWINQ u ' requiring two or more years to reach liver, kidneys and bladder A trial reau of mines 15 months ago a form-ulHousing; Lire Stock. MACta.NR gas, which the Gerfor Poultry, hogs, and dairy cattle, to tho proper bearing conditions, should, 50c bottle will convince you. Get It mans arcmustard now Mipposcd to be using, ls OF 4C-drug store must be housed, of course, bo given a permanent at the give best results, to be tuken up by the American QUALITY.1) Win. F. especially at night, as tho weather place for several seasons. association. The allegation gets frosty. All buildings used for Madison Co., Ind. brought to the attention of the assohousing such animals should ho put ciation at Its meeting the other day NOT Doings In The (rain Trade. was to the effect that Uenjaiuln P. in good condition, and whero necessaIN SOLD llrooks, chief chemist of tho CommerDespite tho large declines in prices ry reraodlcd along approved lines. e , cial Itesenrch company of Flushing, L. tho con- which have taken place in corn of ANY Farmers contemplating I., gave a formula to the government OTHER struction of now farm buildings lato, that cereal is still selling far bureau and heard nothing more from NAME. should seok tho advice of county higher than in normal times, nnd It. A few months ngo It was found agents or those who aro prepared to cheap 'corn looks a long way off. A Germany had hit upon the gus, accordWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. give export information on the con- considerable period of time may bo Mrs. Godden Tells How It ing to F. J. Demon, president of tho expected beforo tho war stricken of farm buildings. struction rttirMiiiKA tlm Vru imttv ...... If Toil... May be Passed in Safety association. Wiibhlngton .Star. 1I t,n : -- Ut,f -. T .V. 'V" vii jruuHiiii m...w Tl-- U countries will bo In a position to pro, ) I . I . - Farm Department ir wi their corn In tho flolds. Primary TYPIFIES SPIRIT markets havo boon rccolvlng tho largest amount of corn soon In flvo years. Brave Thlrtecn-Year-Old OF FRANCE Girl, With Two Small Brothers, Dolno All .fudge tho Work on Farm. DIRECTORY V, ,., uu-tho- r, 20. I I J A I ; seed-growi- cotton-growin- I r. j , I I - raw-suga- S1-3- Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR GERMINAL REMEDY n.-.ai- " . a-- !" .... mw:rs , FOR ONE MONTH soy-bea- doo-notbef- soy-bea- ns e I high-protei- OSITIO'N di ., ., I kTsA. r 1 -- g. Post-Standar- DR. J. H.THORPE yr USE LI V-VER-- NEW . LAX THAT CHANGE For Lazy Liver and w r the Troubles of Constipation. feet, whi!orclioving-yourtrou.b !- WOMAN'S LIFE and Comfort HOME ill 4 Husking Torn. Tho delay in husking and hauling corn in tho full ot 1917 and tho extreme winter following, not only rausod considerable damage to a part of tho corn crop, but also was a tiotirco of much anxiety to farmors as a labor problem in Into winter and early spring. Farmers should profit by last Miason's experiences nnd get corn husked and In the crib before severe weather arrives. Storing Of Corn. Protect your corn in btorago on tho farm from injury from insects, ruts and mire and the wcathor. Itemoin-he- r that corn is wortli money. Seo your county agent or solid to tho Stato College of Agriculture or this department for bullotins tolljig how liot to get rid of rats and mice and how to treat com with carlton bisulphide to duiiiaK from corn weevil. 1'nttlH nn j .. 1 i i and sheep in ieotland r- -, ! uaqhanged in practically r 'a-- t June 1.1 coijparlo:i with i HJ7, according to tUt acrleul- iu.i , tat twine declined I duco their own grain and other food, and meanwhile this country will bo called upon to do a largo share of tho foeding of their pcoplo. Tho Food Adminstratlon realizes this fully and is constantly sending out bulletins urging our peoplo to reduco consumption and waste of food of all kinds. Tho wheat crop has been marketed with unprecedented activity, tho gain lust weok In tho supply in sight being H, 978, 000 bushels, tho visible supply In this country rising to 113,490,000 Durbushels surpassing nil records. ing the same time exports from North America amounted to 4,143,000 bushels of whoat, compared with bushels a year ago; whllo flour exports aggregated 4B5.000 r. nnn barrols, compared -- u,uuu with barrols Jjut year at tho bumo Unto. Oat aro relatively cheaper than other grains, aud inside of three weeks the Movernment liaa purchased over bushots of rash odts. Coin Is belug ahipfad by farmers a rapld-l- v as pottible, tber bolng its from nwny farming districts thit rf" caunortaMHtfaioed. nd many fur.n-urlacking stoisge loom sro U.,M.ig sj Fremont, 0. "I was passinp through the critical period of life, being forty- ...................,.. six years 01 age ana nau all the symp toms incidenttothat change heat flashes, nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, it was hard for to do my work. Lydia E. Pinkham's so me 1 pound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since taking it, and the annoying symptoms have disappeared. M. Godden. 925 Na- poleon St, Fremont, Ohio. , .. .. a,, 1, t uutii aui'ujriiiK sjriJJtJiuna j ni'tii flashes, nervousness, backache, headache, irritability and "the blues," ir.av be speedily overcomo nnd tho sysui restorod to normal conditions by th: famous root and herb remedy Lydia ; Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If any complication present the 1 selvos write the Pinkhana VfV-'- L- -' .a fnI" , t'o .. forvtlt f I . V.ereotnv rr" Vegetable Com- Fewer Japanese Silks. Just ns we had learned to vulue Japanese silks and crepes iind so on, especially as substitutes In these times of shortngo of so ninny materials, wo hear that certain ships engaged In the Eastern trade, and that brought us these serviceable and charming ma- teilals, havo been loaned to the Im perial government, and that has ere-ated a scarcity in transportation fa- duties. So georgettes, crepe do chines, and so on, aro added to tho list of growing scarcities and advancing prices. Added to this, little sill; Is coming from the French and Italian markets. Her Record Still Still. A certiiln finally has a colored servant who, while very attentive to her duties, has never been known to glvo mi) body n civil answer. Purely its nn experiment, the huly of tho housu brought her u now vnlluo diotu, mid giao it to her, suylug: "I mil glad to have the uleieuircj . f etvi! Mnilkty. this .1 li 'i I .1 J !' ll 'i.3 . ' t?ti..K.ipv..u 1uub.ujruu '..: uwvoRiiionwciniinoprlcoyomiay.undwlU .J."! 'j , Quality le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don tako anything else. You can't afTort ConsidereiJ 1U Eliminates poisons, cleanses eys tern and relicvea constipation. A natit is die ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure; in its euccc anu certain in results. If Cheapest won't bo lonj beforo wit in the end cumiiiuieiy uisiuuco caiomci in even home.i Children can tako it freelv anl to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottle guar aniecu. nuc anu 51 in Dottles Non If you wantaBewliurjiiachltif. wriio mJ Renulno without the likeness and sign J OurlntcatcatnlopioUforeyouiiureuuM!. turo of L. K. Grigsby. For bjIo by The New Home Sewine Machine Co., Orange, Uas,i . Hsxtfors K) I. U.. WILLIAMS. on your "l" . i.,ililMl-'l- t'J pvm rf.iJikfC.tfaAa.: ( Every Woman "Mrs. nii -- 1 u.-- '' .u J - :ltj.jl.iu. "7 I. l ' l Jl- , I I , ,v ; ) -.- jTMrt nt tKmr txnH"- letter Lcld in strict U to' Mf tv tv..;.. U ?;"'"-uuu,L.- , lx'"," M HISTORIC MOMENT VITAL IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FARMING ON KATTIiK LINK .'WAR BOARDS TO Unique Plan Devised By the Agricultural Collcgo of tho University of Kentucky to Aid Farmers Willi the Brent wnr nppnrontly In Its finul Sinai's, wo nil flint Mirnpvts won florins wlui t hIIiiiiIIiiii will confront tin American farmer lifter peace linn boon ivstiirtMl. No inn' can nnxwrr tills (lUcMlcn to tin siilNfuctloii of nil und jet there nrf ccrtnln fiM'lH Unit 'llii American dinner must reciiKiile. We nil know Hint there is little rhunco for fnnnln to lit! upon exnctly the miiiiio basis an liefore the wnr. The ennilltlniiN lirevnlllns for the pn.it three or four jenr.s linve shown to Atnerlen ntnl, for tlinl nmller to the whole world, the A Hill liiimr!:iliv (if kooiI fiiniililK. 'I'lie farmer nnil Ills plnce In the world's thus pulling III fnrm on n. better pny-- I nt; Imfls or enulilliiR himself to the fertility of hlx land each year. It Is the purpose of the University to devote the forenoons to one study mid the nfluriinoiiM to another so that It will he possible for n dinner to carry two Middles ut the Fame time. In addition to these rnurses, there will ho two iiddlthniul lectures or dpnionstrn-tlnn- s each day, one early In the mora Iiir and nuullier Into In the afternoon, whleh one mny nttend If he mi desires. These courses will heplii November 125th mid will he repeated ut Intervnls until .March 1st, 1011). This plan of Paris, Not, 11 When dawn camo this morning thcro wns no hint of East of tho cessation of hostilities. tho Meuso, regardless of tho situation, tho American Second Army atTho tacked In forco nt 8 o'clock. onslaught was preceded by a tremendous barrage, which was returned in kind by tho enemy. For threo hours tho Americana swept forward, hurling themselves against tho wiro entanglements. Tho German gunfire was devastating. Then, at exactly ono mlnuto of eleven, like- a final thunder crash at tho clearing of a Btorm, tho guns on both sides abruptly ceased. The sllonco wns moro startling than tho deafening roar of tho barrage. For a brief minute intermittent rlllo fire followed; then camo a pause, punctuated by ripping cheers from tho trenches on both sides of tho line. What followed on ono sector was perhaps ono of tho most singular events of tho war. Against tho sky-lin- o figures wore suddenly silhouetat ted. They appeared cautiously first, but soon, growing holder nil nlong they stood upright. These were Germans. Join Vanks in Cheers. The Americans wore not cautious. As the barrage died, ending in a final husky rumble in tho distance from the big guns, runners went springing along the fircllne. Instantly compre hending, the whole line of doughboys leaped from trenches, fox holes and shell craters, spitting the unaccus tomed silence with a shrill cheer. The roar of voices was like an outburst in nt some great college contest America, when a contestant scores a classic play. Strange to relate, the defeated enemy Joined vociferously in tho cheering. The world war was finish ed. At ono minute before 11 o'clock it would have meant death to show ono's self above shelter. Not moro than a minute after the hour tho rolling plain was alive with cheering, shouting men, friend and enemy alike. Not many minutes later Ger mans and Americans were coming along tho narrow stretch of ground, so fiercely fought over, some shyly like embarrassed mid awkwardly, schoolboys. LAST THROUGH PEACE Children Cry for Fletcher's Government Auxiliaries To Lead Aid During Reconstruction Period. Washington, Nov. 16. Tho now Congress will face a task every bit as great ns that of tho wnr Congress. It will bo tho reconstruction Congress, and it will havo to arrange, and flnanco tho tremendous task of bringing tho government from a war footing back to a pcaco footing. Ono of tho first questions the now Congress must settle is: What part of tho government's war organization shall bo retained for peaco? Congressmen and Senators seem to think as a unit that retrenchment, a sweeping reduction In the cost of oporating tho government, must come quickly. Tho first act of tho knlfo will be to cut off somo bureaus and agencies organized for the war. Out which bureaus? Tho food administration ceases to exist when war ends. Hut this and many other bureaus are laying plans Certainly to porpctuato themselves. somo are duo for disappointment. Those permitted to operate will find their appropriations terrifically slashed. Question Marks On Sonic. It seems likely tho railroad administration will enduro In some form or other. The fuel administration is represented by a question mark. Tho war labor board may bo perpetuated. Heavy pressure will ho brought to bear against the war industries board and so on. That is only one task. The military program for 1919 has already advanced too far to permit abandonment without months of preparatory work. Tho war Department has closed its ears resolutely to all talk of armistices and peace and has gone ahead Just as if it were certain tho war would last two years longer. Like a railroad train, it can not he stopped short. Greater pressure thnn over before has been put upon tho nation's muniplans Extensive tions producers. have been mado and are being carried out for tho maintenance of tho camps and cantonments in this country. Orders for 4,350,811 tons of coal and coke were placed this week to keep our boys in the camps warm. Orders Placed Ahead. Orders have beon placed with the Hrltish Government for manufacture of 1.SO0.OOO uniforms for soldiers In Franco and a mllion yards of cloth for officers' uniforms has been contracted for. Contracts for food for tho expeditionary forces are being let almost every day, tho most recent being for 8,500 carloads of canned 45 per cent of tho countomatoes try's entire production. Tho cost of bringing the army homo and demobilizing It will bo al most as great as that of equipping it nnd sending it over. 'What to do with tho returned soldier is occupying Congress now. One resolution in tho House calls for of illiterate soldiers last, to attend giving them a chance school in tho army heforo being mustered out. np-pro- eer 2bo Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of . - and has been made under his per . -, C&StJvrzZTZfa All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- sonal 6uPervlslon since Its Infancy. Allow no one t0 dcccive you ln th p Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop3 and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has faen iu constant uso for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep". The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is C ASTORIA GESSSME CASTORIA Bears the Signature ALWAYS fffeXsh In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CtNTAUB COMMMY, IKW VORK CI Students Judging dairy cattle on the Experiment Station farm. repeatliiR each cour.se two or three affairs has heou rccoxnW.fd In tin new way. times is for the double purpose of suitVluiteer m.t he the eoiidltlons ing the convenience of farmers In iit- lifter the wnr. It is er.v clear tli.it the tendliiK uiiu also to prevent overcrowd- fanner who Is not fully prepared Iiik. The I'nlverdty inukes no charca ulckly to inljiist himself to I1hm con- whatever for these courses, but it will ditions will haw very ureal dilllculty he necessary to obtain permission to iiltfMid from Tllomiis Cooper, Dean of In the competition. The conditions that hao obtained the College of Agriculture, ut least one fur the puM few j ears have profoundly week before the time one expects to alleeted eery Industry anil every In- attend. dividual, the farmer boiug no excepIn iirnuiKln;,' these courses women's work bus not been overlooked. tion. One of the most noticeable that has confronted farmers Courses In such subjects ns Uresfiinuk-Inj- r, uilllluery and cooking lire providlias been the labor shorlucc. No one has rcrognticd these facts ed especially while there are several more clearly than bus Hie Agricultural subjects such as poultry, dairy and horticulture in which rollout' of the t'liUersity of Kentucky. That institution alo recoc-nir.e- s both men mill women will be Interthat the fanner ha" nboul reach- ested. The full list of subjects taught Is ed the limit bo fur us working lb ut least, that Is true In n jjreut ns follows: Soils und crops, farm ' ililll-rultlinmiu-faclur- Stare k Pianos No Money inAdvanoe Satisfac Hon Guar antocd LowodtNet Fa o t Prices Terms A. ETARCK enCSIOCNT Eih iat A Saving oi 100 to .., . - ' - "' C ASTORIA STAMP TAX OX CHECKS. Why revive the unpopular stamp tax on checks which was in vogue during tho Spanish war? When it s taken Into consideration that a very large percentage o? the overy-da- y business of tho country Is done by means of bank checks, and to what a degree it serves the convenience of the masses of the people, there seems to bo no good reason for Imposing such n fax. Why not raise tho import duties on all competitive foreign articles and thus raise a very large amount for war purposes, without submitting anybody to serious Inconvenience, ozcept tho foreign manu- tuciuror and tho importer? Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR . $200Fac From OWN HOME Wa will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, ln your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest crade, sweetest tonfj and finest piano ln every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfec" liberty to send Ittack, and we will, ln that event, pay the freight both ways. X 1o Starck Flano must make good with you. or there Is no sale. ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that tare you upwards of $150.00 in the cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can secure c'.sewhf re. You are assured of receiving a satUfactor iwect tontd durable blgli grade W nvc rust intm. uhio cdcc tdiii iu on Savi $150.00 or Mtra tory Direct in your Easy Payminff Ton pay no cash down, but after 80 days of trial, you can begin p&ymenl on the low est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible tor you to buy a piano for your home, without missing the money. p. . Playar-Mau- tt plane Every Starck Piano U guaranteed for 25 years. Th'a ipiarantee has back of it our 35 yean of piano experience, and the reputation of an retponslble piano house. 2nd Hand largalna We have constantly on hand a targe numVr of lightly and second-hanpianos of all standard makes taken in exnew Starck Pianos change for The followand Player-Pianoing are A few sample bargains t ud 50 Frae Musla Lessens To every purchaaer of Starck Pianos, wc give free nolle lessons, in one of the best known schools tn Chicago. These lessons you can tike in your own borne, by mail. This represents one years tree instruction. and nine horses. number of eases. The conseipience is that In tho future we must look mainly to increased elllclency. Considering this diet, together with the value of the farmers time, the Agricultural College has decided to offer s courses a series of Intenshe In speclallxed practical ngrleulture so Hint any fanner can go to the College, select some subject In which he Is most Interested, get a superior working knowledge of Hint branch und return to hN farm without having neglected hl business. For example, one can deote his time for two weeks studying farm motors, tractors und other kinds of gas engines und thus enable himself to do more work and ii!m to Instruct his employes so us to make their work Another dinner count for more. might wish to study soils or perhaps the principles of farm management, two-weekserl-ously One man with'' his tractor outfit Is here doing the work of three men Weber Steinway Chicketing $110.00 92.00 90.00 Starck Playcr-Plano- a at the best and moat beautiful Plvrer Pianoa an tfce Coa win oe market. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at wbica they can be secured. , GREAT S K MID-WINT- of "least Possibly tho aphorism said, soonest mended" should always bo taken as the truly best as well as the safest rule. Hut It may bo well, nfter nil, to speak frankly iu deprecation of such a suggestion as was inado Wicker- by former Attorney-Genersham at a Y. 51. C. A. moetlng on Sun day. Ho said ho would like to see this country cancel tho dobts owed tho United States by tho allied countries. Now York Sun. Hetter not cancel tho dobts, for when tho war closes tho United States may need tho money, if tho Work beglnn November -- 5th. No refiujp to raise any revonuo charges me made for any of the from higher import duties. Tho courses. limit has about been reached' in tho matter of direct taxation. live-stoc- k al two-weeFree-Trndors ninnagement, horticulture, nulinul feeding, dairy uiaiiufaetures, poultry, fiirni Judging, killing machinery, anil curing meats, marketing, beekeeping, Injurious Insects, animal diseases plant diseases home conveniences, dressmaking, millinery, remodeling clothing, planning uieuN, home cooking anil table srvice, incuts mid meat substitutes. Iu eine one should decide, after finishing a course, that hu would like to study further he cun take up another subject or be can return Inter in the winter to his studies, I'll infonuutlou may be obtained by addressing Thomas Cooper, Dean of the College of Agriculture, ut CANCELLATION OF ALLIED DEBTS. Piano Kimball Starck Second-han- 95.00 195.00 bargain lilt. Send for our latest complete J Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book wlU interest and please you. Write today, laek Frtv . P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO We buy old FALSE TEETH set (broken or not). Wo also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, Send at Sllvor and Bridge-work. We pay from ?2.00 to $35.00 por FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. amplo ovidence of. tho sacrlflces they had mado. Their hearty greeting affected tho visitors deeply, and King George smiled and waved his acknowledgment In tho most enthusiastic fashion. Whon tho party entered the hospital, each ward tried to outdo tho other iu tho voclforousness of its welcome. King Georgo was surprised to seo ono man reading a Pittsburg paper of comparatively recent date. "How do you got tho American newspapers no soon after publica-- ; tlon?" asked tho King. "Through tho Red Gross," was tho answer. "They get us papers from ull parts of tho United States. This one has beon read by thirty men al- onco by parcol post and receivo cash by return mall. MAfcUK'S TOOTH SPECIALTY, Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. KNOLAND'S KING WINS DOUGHBOY 1U12 HKAUTS ER FARM FESTIVAL ft. ! R' ni .. r , ... , Regulato tho bowels when thoy fail to move properly. Horblno Is an adThe Best Farmers From All Parts of Kentucky to Assemble At mirable bowel regulator. It helps Lexington, January 28 tho liver and stomach and restores a fine feeling of strength and buoyancy.. The various organizations cooperato Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug The most suecessfnl and progressive men In all lines of business have their with each other, holding their annual Co. m MSsochitlons or other organizations coitu'iitluns ut the suine place and ull which meet periodically to discuss during the Mime week. This genernl THK WKONG DAY, topics relatud to their common wel- meeting of tho Kentucky farmers and fare. Farmers lire uo exception to breeders Hikes place every winter ut this rule for they have learned that It "My friend thoro is really no Is tn their uiUiiutugo to huVe local, the Agricultural College of the for you not looking neat und of Kentucky and Is attended couuly, state and national organizations which have accomplished iiiiiny not only by the membership of the as- clean." "Sorry, mister," explained plodding tilings looking to the betterment of all. sociations themselves, but also by nearIn Kentucky, the leading dinners ly ull of the best farnjera In the State. U'oter, "but, I'm conserving my bit Muny of these organizations, such in and breeders have more or less inttur-kll- y along wit do rest o' do folks. You fallen Into groups, according to tho corn growers, dulrjinen, etc., huvo Jos' hupponed to hit mo on my soap-es- s the special Hue of farming iu which competitive bhow.1 of their products. This grout day." Washington Stur, tney are most Interested. farm festlvul Among these organizations the fol has been set to meet on January 1M, lowing stand out prominently : Ken 'A :tO and :t 1st, ut und In tucky Corn (Jrowers Association, Ken- splto of the war conditions promise, tucky Sheep llreeders' Association, to be the largest gathering since this' I Stale Horticultural Society, Kentucky movement began eight years ago, ua Alfalfa, flrowers' Association, Ken- fanners have long since leanied that! For Infants and Children tucky Dairy Cuttle Club, Horse, Jack they can scarcely nfford to miss It. In Use Years Kncli farmers' organization will huvo mil Mulo llreeders' Association, Kentucky Poultry Growers' Association Its own program and the professors ofi Always bears mi, the Kentucky lieekeenera' Asso the Azrifultiiral College will assist the I with lectures unci demonstrations. ciation. i Signature of Unl-ersl- ty nild-wlnt- ex-cu- so CASTOR ForOver 30 A Qa?&$& "Homembor, boys, If thoro is anyfor- you at any time, wo want to-- know it, and will take real pleasure in doing it." King George walked straight into tho affections of 1,000 wounded and convalescent American soldiers at tho big military hospital at Hartford with this cheery message Iu tho course of his inspection of American Hod Cross activities at the hospital. King Qeorgo tulkod with men from all parts of tho United States, not confining himself to a moro grootlng, but pausing in a great many instances to hold lengthy conversations with them. Ho congratulated them on tho "wonderful work Americans aro doing over hero." And by a unanimous vote they ugreod ha wns a regular fellow." As tho cur containing tho royal family entorcd tho grounds It was noted by several hundred convalescent soldiors who had been sunning themselves on tho broad lawns, nnd presently it wns making its way through ii'lano of cheering American fighters, whoso crutches, Invalid chulrs, splints und baudn&es were thing wo can do New International are in use by business men, engineers, bankers, architects, physicians, judges, farmers, teachers, librarians, clergymen, by tucceisful men and DICTIONARIES tf Webster's ready." Vt Stop coughing: you rack tho lungs and worry tho body. Ballard's Horo-houSyrup chocks Irritation, heals tho lungs und restores comfortable breathing. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 por bottle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, ICY. nd women the world over. Are You Equipped to Wb? 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Hldoo and Goat 8ldn ojirligtltM, tTT -- l itintt """" PC T LITTLE PLEASURE IN TRAVEL yw "jH'JC'.ri" IN ",i "'Wn'inmio i "i pHi$l& i ,Wq mmMMMMMI ;.iw,l," - W SHE WAS GRATEFUL, And ANYWAY MAOAN. )QQtW$QW$&WQ$QttQQttfX&QSQQGQQQQt Farmers in this community nro the Young Lady's Error Wat very busy,gntherlng corn. .Quite Natural, Under the The remains of Mrs. Mnry Italph, Circumstances. of Owcusboro, wcro brought here for Edward Ilnrrett, state geologist, who burial, Friday. Spcdnl precautions against nlr Itev. It. E. Kuqun, wife nnd dntigli-- j and Meridian raids arc now being taken on the Gor- lives nt Thirty-sixtman railways In those districts ope-dall- streets, was on n Meridian Heights tor nnd Miss Inez Kirk, of Clear Hun, liable to ncrlnt bombardments car on his way home recently. At visited itev. Fuqun's sister, Mrs. H. oy tho allies, Hallway Arc states, Massachusetts avenue n young couple It. Muffctt, Saturday night. The Palatinate railways. In pnrttetil.tr. i got on tho ear. They appeared to ho Mr. and Mrs. J'eyton Canary, of ore adopting precautionary measures, very attentive nnd devoted to each Stephcnsport, were guests of Mr. L. and n writer In tlio Lokul Anzelger who other. There were only two vacant C. Canary Sunday. recently traveled on this system seats on the car, one nt the side of Mr. Uncle Lewis Sharp is very ill. the darkening methods adopt-- d Barrett, and the other ou the opposite Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller visit nt night. hide of the car. The young woman sat "For hours," lie writes, "the train down In one of the vucnnt seats and ed Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. traveled ns though la a dark cave, the young man In the other, hut too J. L. Patton, Sunday. Misses Arzela nnd Lcudcll Mngnn 'without lights, without conductors, far nway to talk to the young woman. without nny station names doing called The couple looked nt each other with visited their mint, Mrs. J. V. Muffett, out when the train Flopped. When longing eyes, as If they wished to sit Sunday. very lainp 1m extinguished throughout together. The car was rattling along Mr. and Mrs. .lohnlo Mldkiff, of the countryside, and the towns and nt n noisy rate, which made It Impos- Whltesvillc, visited Mr. Mldklff's sis ns though constrained liy agony, sible for one person to talk to another ter, Mrs. Louis Sharp, Friday and hnvc closed their shops, the Journey op- nny distance nway. Mr. Ilnrrett mo- Saturday. presses one's mind and Is nowise reas- tioned with his lingers to the young Mr. Ivan Farmer nnd 'Miss Ova suring. One goes on la uncertainty, man, nnd pointed to the seat ho wa .facing dnnger. occupying, nnd also to the seat the Helton visited their uncle and broth "Everywhere placards Indicating 'how-t- joimg man was occupying, Indicating er. Mr. J. L. Helton, of Dundee, Saturday night and Sunday. behave during nlr mills,' show that n change of sents. A little daughter of Sylvester one is In the aviator's territory. SlowThe young man gladly accepted the ly, very slowly, the train proceeds on proffered change of seats, nnd soon Neighbors, of near Dundee, died of Its journey; In a liver nlnngsldo tho the two were sentcd together and en Influenza Monday. The body was line one still sees the locomotive width, joying each other's talk. The cat brought bore for interment. togther with its trala, plunged Into the stopped nt the next crossing nnd Mr.! There arc several cases of irflncn-Barret- t water on the occasion of a recent acciwas surprised and amused tujza ncar here. dent. A train with broken windows near tue youug woman murmur to tne Mrs. John Wcstcrfleld, of near not n pane has remained Intact passes young man, ns both looked at Mr. BarSulphur Sprlugs, has been called to blackaear us; nnothcr train passes nil rett with thanks In their eyes: her ened nnd halC consumed by fire. And "It was so kind of that deaf and the bedside of very father, Mr. L. A. Sharp, who is ill. on arriving nt the end of this dumb man to give you his seat." Jonrney tho first question heard by the And tho car jostled on. IndianapoHHFLIN. s traveler Is, 'Will they come tonight'"' lis News. German Trains Creep Along In Darkness for Fear of Bombs of j Allied Aviators. h y s, j JLTE ARE offering at once for sale a grand lot of Rnpria! vhIiipq in I.AMRS' FINR THATS SUITS and SKIRTS, ALL THE VERY LATEST MAKES. STORE NEWS AT VINSON'S " Regular $30 and $35 Coats $22.50. Regular $25 and $27.50 Coats $18. Regular $30 Suits $20. Regular $25 and $22.50 Suits $16.50. A few coats and Suits, not over a dozen all told from last season, now go at half price. The bargains in Skirts are just as good. Skirts, latest makes, from $3.00 to $7.50. We guarantee to save you at least 25 per cent, as we have no credit or delivery charges to add. You only pay for what you get. t GOLD MINING HIT BY WAR Many Properties That Were Profitable Have Been Forced to Close Down Temporarily. Gold Is one of the war victims. The was has forced down, In market value, aieasured by human labor, many kinds of property and most of the staple commodities, until home gold mines which yielded a fair profit btfore the war have become temporarily useless to to tbeir owners. It costs so much ,,., n,i AnMni. tim ft.f h.v 'T corked without n loss. There has been change in the value rf gold Itself, in the money of great nations which have maintained their Bonetnry systems on the siecle basis, while nlmost everything else has gone tip. The result Is that nny given number of ounces of gold mined will buy much less material used In mining, ich ns explosives, drills, pumps and ather machinery, and will pay for few- days' work. This change is still polng on nnd the position of the companies grows less and less jeenre and sound. gold-minin- g Effect of Poison Gases on Troops. Certain gnse lime for their more mimed I ate object, the irritation of the eyes (the lachrymatory gases, one part in n million of nlr being effective), temporarily blinding the vhtlm; others arc designed for the Irritation of the making It aose (the "sneeze-gases"almost Impossible for the fighter to overcome tin tendency to throw off Ms mask; and others ngaln, for the production of burns when in contact rlth the flesh, which arc of u most distressing character, and, even If they do not cau.se death, Incapacitate the victim for service for a period of d gases nro months. The likewise toxic nnd lachrymutory to n AIgh degree. The "mustard ens." a compound somewhat similar In character to mustard oil, but fur more of an Irritant, has proved particularly destructive, nnd doubtless for many of the casualties In recent nttacks. Henry 1. Talbot, in Atlantic. last-mimets Benefits of War. That the benefit, of war overshadow its damages Is the Unit conviction of Uncle John of Excelsior Springs Standard, who writes: "It shows the wot Id, fer Instance, bow to loosen up Its band tin' to deal t sort of Jestlce that the brute can It reminds the unwashed smdcrslauil. t. w'icli they mighty nigh that there's hell inside n Yankee alien his blood Is bllin' hot! "Then we- know the Joys of snin ililch we mitjbo hadn't saw till the sutirln' beast of Berlin got too handy alth his paw; so, we've somehow. hitched our waggln to an everlastlu'l tar, that will keep right on when we've clean fergot the war." for-?o- ' No Better Security on Earth. The credit of the United States was io high nnd umpiestlomihlc that In 1000, two years after the Spanish war, i pur cent bonds were offered at par and oersubserIbeil. This Is u Ilium-Mi- d performance no oilier nation has rer equaled. United States 4 per ient bonds In sold as high as V)Q, and In 11X11 hi ought i:;! on the stock market. The Cnitcd Stales has never defaulted on any of Its bonds. Not me of Us bondholders has ever lost a "ent of principal or Interest, except those, who voluntnilly have token losses by selling their bonds In it period of temporary price depression. International Confectioner. IS Health in this community is very good. The farmers have been very busy Officers' Joke Was All Right Until the recently, gathering corn and hauling Commander Got Tired of coal. Hearing It. Mrs. Fllia Howard, of Illinois. Mr. n A French colonel had a Kills Foster and family, of Hnrtford. mania for questioning his officers aboul and Mr. A. V. Itowan nnd wife, spent their families, invariably starting ofl Sunday with Mrs. Pat Foster. with: "What is your father's profesMrs. Block, of Henderson, visited sion, your mother's, and your sis- her sister, Mrs. Sam Holbrook, Inst ter's?" week. Some of the subnllcrps became sc Mr. Willie Ilussell and family, of wearied of this endless repetition thai Whit-takthey uecIl,ea amonK themselves to give Daviess County, and Mr. L. L. and family, visited the family In turn the following reply: each 'My father Is a shoemaker, my moth of Mr. N. M. Russell Sunday. Mr. Joe Thomasson and wife spent er Is a laundress, nnd my sister Is Sunday with the family of Mr. Shervery flighty." On the following Sunday, after tliE man Howard. customary church parade, the colonel Mr. Homer Mllligan nnd family who hod already received the same) attended the funeral of Mr. Millignn's answer to his questions from twd'ot intuit Mrs. Chamblls, at Fordsvillc, three of the oflleers, turned to unothei Sunday. nnd stnrted off In the old stereotyped Mr. Albert Kiggs and wife, of near strain : "What Is your father's profes- Itockport, spent a few days with Mr. sion?" Rigg's mother, Mrs. Mary Illggs, last "lie Is a shoemaker." week. "And your mother's?" (Correspondent will please pardon, "She Is a Inundress." That will do," interrupted the but ads are pay dirt to a newspaper colonel, "I know the rest; 'your 8p jot flee.) Mr. Bob Itowan and family, Mr. ter is flighty,' and you will consldet yourself confined to barracks until Homer Mllligan nnd family and Mr. she behaves better I" Gennls Crow and wife, spent Sunday with Mr. Jim Bennett, of Hartford. Dynamiting the Pothunter. Mr. Dodsnn Howard made bis reguThe newspapers of the country havf lar appoiutment at Mr. Jack Dawalmost everywhere been n powerful son's Sunday afternoon. His text force In crystallizing the sentiment oi the protection'by proper1 laws of (Is- was "I.ove oueanothcr." land game as Important resources ol NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. the commonwealth. A New Jersey editor, a thorougb TIUS IS THK LAST CALL FOK sportsman, says Wild Life, recently re ceived from u reader who desired tc. TAXKS UNTIL THK PENALTY IS take a fish by questionable means a ADDED. COME AT ONCE, SETTLE letter that contained this rcnucst: "Please advise in. bnw to ilviininl't. YOUlt TAXKS AND SAVK TIIK a stream PENALTY AND COST. The newspaper niau sent the follow S. A. RRATCHER, Ing advice: Shci-irOhio County Four sticks of dynamite are suffi Mitt. cient. Tie them securely urotmd youi CKNTERTOWN. neck, attach fuse, light It and run ns fast as you can nway from the water to avoid Injuring the other snakes nnd Mr. Harvey I). Plumnier, of Camp reptile.-.- " Taylor, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plumnier, this week. Insects Chum With Aviators. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Calvert spent According to Lieut. Depret Hlxln ol from Saturday until Monday with the French nrmy, who Is a naturalist as well as a Hying man, many insect.8 relatives iiear Dundee. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Swain spent the follow captive balloons in their ascent He lias seen flies go as high as 2,7J week end with relatives at Prentiss. Mr. K. L. Culvert went to Owcusfeet, after which they die. (!rnsdiop-percling to thoiasket of the balloon boro Momhiy. Mrs. David Ilboads and daughters. until the air becomes too rarelled fot them, when they let go and fall. He' Irene and Audrey, of Ileaver Dam says the swallows have a glorious tliuciweie tho guests of Mrs. William the balloons and catchlnc heart Siitunlay and Sunday, these Insects Scientific American. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. S. Overton and Miss Nula Tato went to Prentiss SunCure for Tuberculosis Claimed. day. An Italian phvsletnn. Prof. Domeulco Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hutcuor spent I.o Moinco, uuiioiiuces that he has1 Sunday with Mr. unci .Mrs. S. D. ilos-ket- t. evolved a remedy for consumption. The base of his discovery lies In Ids George KIder died of pneumonia finding Unit sugar applied to the bron chlnl secretions cause (I the disappear-- 1 Sa',,r,,''y morning nnd was burled at unco not mily of the secretions hut of K'luaHty Sunday. tubercle biuilll us well. The Imoor--I Rev. L. W. Tiehonor, and Misses time" of this lies In thai the bronchial Ituutt Ticheuor, llertlo Mao Stevens Fecivtlon Is held to be a necessary and Ida Matthews wont to Owons-bot- o for the existence uml growth of Tuesday. coiiseimptbui germs. COLONEL HAD LAST WORD i J. T. crown VINSON & SON, - Beaver Dam, Ky. TO GX5?s9$ laugh like a lot of monkeys, but ve CLEAR RCN. 'AIM are getting tho best of tho Americans. Ve can out run dem. Mrs. Rachel Rhoads, of Union I'apa, if vo nro not the best light- Grove, islted her son, Ott Rhoads The following was taken from a ers on earth vo nro suro tho best and family, from Saturdny until Sunnewspaper published in Prance: Run, Somewhere "On ,thc in runners. Nobody can keep up mlt day. Mr. Clyde Chnpman has purchased Prance Everywhere in Prance, All us ven ve tlnk or der dear old Rhine, and my army never did tlnk so much a flno phonograph. tho Time." of dot dear old rher. Mr. Tom Murrey killed, nnd sold a Dear Papa: Let me know right nway ot to line beef, Saturday. I am writing on dcr run, ns iter Our llttlo hamlet has thus fnr brave and glorious soldiers under do by return poototlico. Your son, escaped tho flu hut the folks In Park my command have not seen der Rhine CLOWN PRINCE WILLIE. Town Just below hero had It. for so long dat dey have started m Mr. L. L. Trogdon is building no back dat vey, nnd of course I om goSTItANtJE FRENCH NAMES addition .to his residence. Messrs. ing mlt dcm. AND HOW PRONOUNCED Hardin Chapman and Ernest Royul Oh. Papa, dere has been some of-fare doing tho work. dings happened here In Prance. Mr. Anderson Meadows Is making In reading war news tho average Pirst. I started In my big offensive which was to crush do fool Ameri- readers are staggered by the illfflcul- - preparation to move to Owensbdro. Mr. John Smiley went to Hartford cans, but dey know so little about y of pronouncing the names of people military tactics dnt dey vlll noo be nnd places. Wo herewith of fer a few Saturday, nfter monuments for his crushed just like I vnnt 'em. of the more familiar names with the wife nnd son, Clyde. 1 sent my men Mrs. Ethel Johnson nnd children In der light In big proper pronounciation of each. nro slightly indisposed from colds. waves, and ven dey got to do AmerJoffre zhon Mrs. Emma Hoover returned homo icans dey a!l said "boo" as lound as Poch Fusli this afternoon nfter n dey could holler. short visit with Clemcnceau her daughter, Mrs. Emma Taylor. Veil, according to vat you have al Camouflage h ways told me, do Americans Mr. Jess Taylor Is on tho sick list. have Ancro Ank Mr. Roy .Mitchell, of Hells Run, has turned and run llko blazes. Olse Was Urn Influenza. Hut vat do you tlnk? Dcm fool Somnio Sum Americans don't know- - anything about M's Lenso war, and instead of running dc odVeslo Vale der way, they enme right toward Am-yn- n FOR FLETCHER'S Amiens us. Rruges Ilnuh f Some of dem was singing about Chateau-Thierry . . . .Chnto-teu-cr- y . "Ve won't como back till It's over. REAVER DAM. Cal-a- y Calais . l over there," or some of dem ladling Plsmes Peem llko fools. Mrs. Daisy S. Wright has returned Longso 'ens Dey are so ignorant. But dey arc from n visit with relatives In Detroit Lco-ayz-h Llcgo offel reckless mlt their guns, and nnd Louisville. Loo-vn- n . Louvaln ven dey come toward us it was dat Sorgt. Hnrvey D. Plummer. Marseilles of my men took a notion dey wanted Camp Taylor Ls visiting his sister. Nancy Nong-se- e to go back to do dear old Rhine. Rhelms llnnso Irs. Leo Ilrown. Ve don't like do llttlo dirty Marnc ! Messrs. E. M. Carter and J. A. Swa-sohSoissons river, anyhow. And Papa, dem Central City, wero in town St. Mlhlel Americans use such offcl language. St Quentin . '""day Dey know nothing of ICulttire, and ,lr'iiilaucourt '. htovens und grand- say such olfel dings right before us. dnughtor, Mbis Aleme Leach, left Vim y dey talk blasphemy right in front And Woovro .Wev Monday to visit relatives In Memphis, of my faco! One big husky fellow-balYpres . . . Eep Texas. Oh, Papa, I hate to tell you Messrs. Luther Hoover. C. K. Carvat an offol thing he said but I son. E. Kendall nnd (J. C. Neighbors, ran't help It; he said, "To hell mlt who bnvo been employed at Stlthton, Did you ovor tho Knlsur." hear havo returned homo. an) thing so offel? I didn't tlnk anyMr. Wilson Taylor, who has been tjji! i ii Li ij; body, vould bay such art offel ting. attending a military school ut it nindo m so mad. I vouldn't is visiting his parents hero. stand and hear such an olfel ting so Mr. and Mrs. Byron Parties aro tho I turned around nnd run mlt de odproud pin on 8 or a son. der boys. Mr. Joo Young nnd family, ()f Vus I right, Vat. And oh, papa, you Nnshvlllo. Tennesson, imvn .., i ... know dom breastplates vot you bent our town, and nro occupying tho E. p. its can you send some to put on Taylor prpporty, our backs? The strain of modern bus Mr. Prod Tii) lor, of Princeton, was You know vo aro going dc odder iness life is too much for in our town lust week. vay, now, nnd breustplutes are no the nerves. You need a good, for do cowardly Americans aro WRITES TO MAMA. shooting us right in tho back. nerve sedative. Try Some of our boys took off der ''runco, Oct. in. 1 ear breastplates and put 'am behind, but Manin:-- H,w aro you tho fool Ameilcans nro playing; "Der Well. I hope. I am well and ns HT Star Spangled Runner" mlt mnchino "" a Wo nro "viog . flno guns on dem plates." Cun you help nine. Mco siinmior weather. These us? people aro setting cabbage plants und You remember In your speech you Planting Irish potatoes. Tell Rcthel said, "nothing could stand before to go to school ami Kt aM tho C(Ul(;a. tho bravo German soldiers?" Oh, Hon ho can, for ho will need It by r.nd Papa, I don't believe doso Ignorant hy. Tell Joo to keep tho guns Amoricans ever read your speech, for A Nerve Sedative that is and fllo tho llsh hooks. for I am no" dey run utter us Just like ve vas a going to do any tl,K ,ml hmu lot of rabbits. Vot you' tlnk of recommended for Nervous Huh when com,, homo. There are dat? ota f chestnuts bore. They u,0 as Can't you send dem somo of your ness, Sleeplessness, Epilep big as hen's eggs. p,onty ()f K h,,sn upeeehes right away? Dey don't sy, Hysteria, Chronic Headwalnuts and llgs. know how terrible vo aro. ache, Nervous Irritation, hcro'TiiT ,0U f "rcUy K,rl3 Cnn't you niovo my nrmy back to j I cun not .. talk t and for use by those adHelgluin vore vo von all our glory? ou see .lam out of luck. Wa ,'"" My men can vlp all do vlmmln and dicted to the Alcoholic or ont out and picked i,i,.nb .'" .. children vot dem Rolgluus can bring ami the cook baked p03 Habit. for j us. 0" ,m"'1""'8 Rut these Americans nro so rough ' SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Pr Don'I,y "r n" 'r br' uiid Ignorant. Wo can't make 'cm worry. I tu having undorbtand vat vo nro do greutost j MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Intl. a h soldier on earth, and von vo try to Vour son. slug "Doltbchland Uober Allies" doy HARLAN U. MATTHEWS. PRINCE'S LETTER cl Clny-mong-sCam-ti-flaz- well-know- er I i Children Cry c AST Q R A Mar-say-y- r San-Kant- Tee-oh-co- s u Rus-sellvll- le, 1 ,' ve-hie- I am always Kdltor Republican: sooner bo In u more iictlvo glad to poruso your columns each branch of the service, so asked for and week. received u transfer to the artillery. Mrs. Alma Chapman, of Reaver Afte; bidding him good-by- . Ids bunk-- ( Dam, was buried ut Mt. Herman lust nun- - nuii ii M.Tricu nag wiin one star Sunday. In lon t or their barracks. On being Little Oran C. Wallace, Infant son tiskul what it nil meant he said: "Our of Mr. and Mrs. Currey Away With the Ax. Wallace, was Tho day of the wooiMnaii with the Joo nas Joined the army," burled at Mt. Herman Monday. g big nx may soon be over, If a new t Mrs. M. K. AmbroKu mid Mrs. MilMo Cured. machine comes Into general iim. The author of "Til via" writes: A. Rennett, of Hartford, visited the The new machine Is run by u small motor. It will cut thiough a trunk :!0 "Wlmt a bore it Is waking up hi the family of J. P. Duko, Suudny. Mr. Key Rowan and family visited inches In diameter In a few minutes. inor&liiK always die snnif norson." Wo Its miw Is a chain nffnlr with links of had often fretted over this, until tho M'r. and Mrs, W. C. Uonuett Saturday hhiiddor-ulvlu-g thought struck u that night and Sunday. six teeth each, which are readily Mr. K. ii. SUwart is on the slok list. It rims In a frame our four we might wako up some morning and outvelf the Mr. W. It. Carson has moved to his roller with ball beat lugs. It hub a Uml .. t ...... I.. ..I. kaiser. And it Would ... I.- .... I... i wib i.oi hollow bundle designed us u remrvolr im- - j4H urn iuck iii iii) Ititi on it nay iew i,mi,, Known us tho "Old . Truu-riMof iMnl'ii.io,'.--ltw,to- n Air 01L shown" place. would prlvsto In the ipmrtormaxtcr'K oip at Camp like decided that be A Joined he Army. I1KDA. 0$ ,,r' ft 1 J i,.. Drrj . 1 r '"a" ""? 4