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TO THE INTERESTS OE ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 22 LABOR HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918. nnd out nomowhore getting his part of theso Gormnns and a few extra ones for mo. You people over thero can't rcnllzo what this war 1b unless you could como over hero and boo for Ono of tho boys hero yourselves. in tho office has a mandolin, nnd Is playing "Tho damned old Knlscr alnt what ho used to bo," and ho Is certainly making music out of it. While back in tho states, whoro everything is peaceful, it Is hard for you pcoplo to rcallzo what a great work Is being dono by tho Ucd Cross fight for freefor us boys over hcro-tdom for you. When ever you have a chnnco to glvo or boo3t tho Red Cross, do It, for it Is doing so much for wo boys over horo. You wouldn't think we would have the fun we do over here. We havo plenty to cat and lots of music and many forms of entertainments. Well, I' must quit for this time. Write to inc. Lovingly, KOY PRAIM. of buttermilk. This was a surprise Prod Tinsley, of tho Bcda country, No. 2. Dinner- - ovor and tho dishes Friday, a put away I of course expected some-on- o offlco tho philosophers brought to this For conturlcs to spring a pack of cards and tho Idea of woman "monkey faced" owl, tho first one wo have scouted marrying n mnn to reform him, nnd have over seen In this county. It Is propose n game of poker, but much wlillo I would not encourngo a prac- - a vory raro bird and of the many to my surpriso thoy brought out an tlco that Is usually doomed to failure, pcoplo who called in to sco it only Innocent looking checker board, and an Incident camo under my personal ono or two persons had seen ono pre- this was surpriso No 3. Aftor "play- REFORMING (lly A HUSBAND. I. D. Clnlrc.) A STRANGE OWL. behold, they brought out a domijon IS HEARD VOICING PROTEST observation that has worked well, at viously. It takes Its name from a ing checkers awhile and telling bible least for n. season. Two years ago growth of feathers abouts Its head stories wo unhooked tho Angler from Months. nnd began tho homeI met, In Louisville, a lady of liberal that very nearly rcsomblcs tho face Its moorings ward journey. I spent ono of tho travel nnd fin- of n monkey. education, world-wid- e Our readers will recall that several most pleasant days of my lifo with ished culture. Her father, then Washington, Nov. 26. No ncllvo 'dead, was, In his lifetime, ono of tho weeks ago wo published an account of tho Angler crew, and never expect to o hvislon or the Amoiicai Expeditionmost prominent citizens of Loulsvlllo. tho lnrgo number of owls and hawks miss another trip with them and to mankind in general and to ary Forces can bo landed In tho L'nll- Tho young lady was a Christian Mr. Tinsley had caught In a steel the summer. After Republican readers in particular for Scientist, a peculiar sect, whoso trap during States boforo Christinas, Secretary TllO DOllrV of rC- ll.iltnr unlil chief tenent Is that habitually pure 'bringing in tho latest catch of his writing so much about what I knew " high thought makes one healthy In prolific! trap" we should not be greatly bo little. turning tho first thousand of casuals P. S. Tho flu ban was on and tho both body and soul. Tho ono suro surprised now to sco Mr. Tinsley nnd. tho auxiliary troops from hng-lnn- d will postpono tho movement of chnracteristlc of tho educated and bring In an escaped Hun he had trap boys could not go to church or Sunday school or they would not havo first lino troops who have- been desigearnest Christian Scientist, and this ped. i spent Sunday on tho river at all. young lady was both, Is purity of life. nated for rclouso by Gen.. Pershing. . AGED PAIR WEI). a Sho devoted her tlmo chiefly to IndiNARROWS. American Army Headquarters In vidual uplift work among tho lowly Uncle Bill Chlnn, of Beaver Dam, Prance, .Nov. 26. Tho 7Gth Division and friendless of tho city, often bringSlnco tho cool frosty nights and ing waifs of the street to her palatial and Aunt Salllo Thomas, of Hartford, of the American Army, reduced by offi-coreplacement drafts to sixty-on- e home, gave them baths, combed their were married at Beaver Dam, Fri- days have como farmers are busy HOIiV HOLLERS of day. Uncle Bill is 72 and Aunt Sal- gathering corn and hauling coal. nnd 1,000 men, has nrrlvcd nt TUi: SPREAD TIIIC FLU. I unkopt hair, told them stories Thero are quite a few cases of Intho port of St. Nnzniro and Is emmoral Interest and encouraged them llo Is 6S years old. To the writer things. I there is always a feeling of quiet in- fluenza In and around Narrows yet, homo. barking for Disregarding tho law and tho local to efforts toward better The 27th division, totaling 484 offito meet her while she was terest in the marriago of people well but every ono aro getting along very and state boards of health, tho Holy chanced along with a great advanced in years. Next to tho well. cers and 12,681 men, and tho 30th held a three days meeting, doing clerical work Mrs. Susan Mary Gentry died at Division, totaling 488 officers and Rollors number of other girls. Sho was union of Christ with Ills church tho near Olaton last week, and about working, 12,099 men, both of which operated tthlrty-flv- o for the wage, but for tho holiest relation known to the minds her home near Barretts Ferry, Saturnot now cases of Influenza was purposo of familiariz- of men is the union of a man day evening at four o'clock and was on the British front, have been withthe result. It Is said a young man commendable Sundrawn from tho Lo Mnns area and ing herself with tho conditions of the and a woman in tho relation of hus- burled In the Petty grave-yar- d attended one Sho leaves band and wife. Pretty as is life's day afternoon. In a few days. Inffllctcd with tho disease By her invitation I probably will embark meeting and the result was that a working girls. Tho 76lh Is n National Army divi- tho visited her home, met her cultured young dream the marital relation daughter, Mrs. Jake Smith, and two largo number of pcoplo wero Infect- I sion, comprising New England troops. mother, attended her church, and mellows with yoars. Age is respect- grandchildren to mourn her death. ed. It was ono of those which Gen. March, to know her well and adinlro ed but neglected by youth, and the Mrs. Gentry was a good Christian Wo would not. If wo could, Inter- came sole comforting equation of old age woman and loved by all who knew of Staff, nnnouncod on Sattho Chief Holy Holers In the her much. But to tho point of tho urday last to have been designated fere with tho their queer antics, stury. At the time referred to I had comes from tho devotion of husband her. performance of Miss Ezma Dunning, of Owensboro, or wife. Uucle Bill and Aunt Sallle to return to the United States. to respect a letter from a man at Atlanta, Ga., a national 'but they should be made Tho 27th division is whero ho had Just been released are the best of people and tho Repub- visited Mr. and , Mrs. Calvin Loyal n law so vital to tho public good as hopes they may enjoy a long and from Saturday night until Monday guard division, largely composed of meetings from Federal prison, after serving a lican public was trained at that prohibiting Now York troops and term of five years on a chargo of happy relation as husband and wife. morning. lives of tho public Thls division while health and Mr. and Mrs Bornlco Nnbors, who Camp Wadsworth. raising a postal money order. I had 'aro so vitally concerned. ROSINE. Uritlsh In the came homo last Wednesday to attend took part with the known tho man when he was a babo the burial of their sister, Mrs. Tisha hoay lighting during the late wcoks nt IiIb mother's breast, as a boy and EXEMPTION HOARD Hog klllng has been the most im- Boswell, who died last Sunday mornof the campaign, resulting in tho But he had In his young manhood. lino breaking of the Hlndonburg now been many years away frbm Ohio portant lino of business here for the ing with influenza and pneumonia, The local exemption board, which county and I had known little of his past few days. Jsouth of CambrI, and also on Belgian will return to their home in Jordan, Mrs Jlaymond Vance died at her Iowa, Tuesday. has played such an Important part In later life. His parents wero humble fcCil transferring our boys from tho farms but honest people, and tho good train- mothers near here, November 22, of Mrs. Sallie Harrison has sold her and mines to tho army camps for ing of ills youth had kept him in the influenza and pneumonia. First Men Arrle Monday. house and lot, In Narrows, to J.T. Messrs. I lobar t and Allen Wallace, Petty. Washington Nov. 26. Army trans- moro than a year, will soon close Us straight and narrow path until he y that doors nnd pass Into history. It has passed from tho family hearthstone who havo been working at Stlthton, said Miss Ibabclle Acton, of Dundee, it portation officials tho steamers Minneknhnda, Lapland orders to hurry tho classification of lout into tho grent throbbing, wicked canto home for a thanksgiving hunt. went' to Owensboro Monday to enter thirty-sovoby tho Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Renfrow visit- school again. and Orta, which nre bringing homo tho men under I world. He was not wicked at the 7,000 American soldiers from Hug-lan- d, 3th of December, It possible, nnd that core, but his wings were too weak to ed Mrs. Renfrow's sister, Mrs. R. L. Mr. Joe Loyal went to Louisville will probably arrive at Now will prehaps finally complete its la- soar to' tho heights his great mind Alford Tuesday. Tuesday night on business. Mrs. Frank Llnscy of this place Is bors. Mr. W. H. Coombs, the WN.ru-tar- y, yearned to reach, and through weakYork about Decembed 2. has recolved tho following let- ness rather than wickedness ho fell. very 111 of the flu and pneumonia. BAX IS LIFTED. ter, which Is both a deserved com- As a prisoner ho had written for the Mr. Jim Stewart and family of Sril CHASERS LEAVE. notice nowspapers Quenstown. Nov 25. A number of pliment to Mr. Coombs nnd and magazines x some Render, Ky., visited relatives here, At a meeting of the county board American submarine chusors, accom- of tho early closing of tho board, philosophies of thought that attract- Saturday and Sunday. of health held here Tuesday It was 16, 191S November. Little Miss Mildred and Master decided to lift the influenza ban on panied by the parent ship Hucknell, ed tho attention of some of the best Mr. W. II. Coombs, left today for the United States. people of the South, and at tho close Rawllegh Stewart, of McIIenry, Ky. public meetings, effective Sunday, at Hartford, Ky. The Flotilla was given an enthuof his prison term one of tho wealth- - are visiting their grandmother Mrs. such points as tho county board ot I am in My dear Sir and Friond: send-ofThe harbor resoundsiastic est women of Atlanta took him to her Perry Crowder. health and local physician think pracMr. Otto Lamb and family will ed with tho shrinks of sirens nnd receipt of your lettor of recent date home until, he could find an engagetical. Fordsville, Beaver Dam and crowds assembled along tho water- regarding your resignation as clerk ment, a task difficult for the man Just leave for Ged, La., about the 1st. of Dundee aro among tho points that of your Local Board. way cheered as tho vessels steamed out of prison. Along with tho letter December. will be released, and probably other I regret very much to lose you on to mo ho sent a copy of tho Atlanta v oat to sea. communities will bo reported clear of SUNDAY OX THE ItlVEH. this Hoard, but of course you doubt- Constitution, mentioning tho merits the epidemic in time to open churches (By I. D. Claire.) personal Interests less feel that your (1,000 On Miiutctnnin. and tho kind ,of tho Sunday and school Monday. Out In London, Monday, Nov. 2G In demand your attention. paid him by tho first citizens memory of tho writer the country much will bo left to tho as If tho work of !of I hopo and feel Since tho planning tho withdrawal of tho Amertho city when ho was liberated local physician. ican troops from England as soon as tho Local Board was about over. It from prison. I told tho story to tho runneth not to the contrary Mr. Tins-leDr. Pirtlo, Ed Barrass, Indeed a trying tlmo for i young lady I have mentioned. John possible, American Army officers havo has been In SHIXKLE CHAPEL. decided that tho only units wlilch tho past year nnd a half for Local tho goodness of her great heart she Glenn and others havo made periodic Board members and their clerks. I jsaid, "I believe I will write to him. trips down Rough River In the good will remain are u few of tho medical Mr. Rhoads and wife, of Eastvlew, I havo written servlco and tho staffs of tho rest am very glad Indeed to say that your You tell mo ho Is weak of will rather boat Angler, and many hard and uncharitable things aro moving to tho Heflln community. record has been beyond reproach. You camps, It Is hardly probable, howthan wicked of heart, and may bo Mr. Rhoads bought tho old Woodward ever, that theso rest camps will bo re- havo always been very courteous and jn friendly letter will encourngo him. about theso devotees of the river , loyal, and you havo shown a splen- Help hiiu to stand in tho world Rough. But wearying of bolng farm. quired, as troop aro being sent home Mr. Ernest Stewart Is confined to direcUy from Franco and tho few did willingness to at all times per- again." A cor slandered and libeled, though their Sho wroto to him. his bed again. units now In England belong to regl- - fect tho Solectlve Service Organiza- respondence grow up between them oxcuse was they wanted mo to enMr. O. M. Richardson and family Tins-le- y ono day's pleasant outing, 'ments in Pruncu and may bo sout tion. and marriago resulted. I was horri- joy Muy I wish for you tho greatest and Pirtlo prevailed on me to go are ill ot influenza. there. fied when tho woman told mo of her Mr. Virgil Riggs, who has been out with thoin Sunday. I had writStops aro aUo being token to clear prosperity during tho coming years. approaching marriago to tho Yours very truly, ten fo many hard tilings about tho qufto ill of an abscss on his lung, is hospitals here. It has been decided Whether weak or criminal a nblo to be- - out again. beI HENRY P. RHOADS, that patients who are not likely to reman In middle lifo rarely radically boys that had actually como to Mr. Hubert Bennett nnd slstor, Major Infantry, U. S. A. Chief, changes his habits', and I frankly told lieve somo of them, uml hud somo cover within two juonths will bo sent Ky. misgivings about going with thorn. Azalee, visited their aunt, Mrs. J. C. Soloctlvo Service Department, homo as soon as suitable ships aro her I foared tho task was too great mag- Bennett, Sunday. When tho Mnuretanla available. for her strength. But with tho faith But just to ho charitablo and Tho boys of this neighborhood are COOL SPRINGS. y nanimous I decided to go with them she took between 5,000 sailed that supports good intentions sho Sunday. having flno luck catching rabbits. At about 9:30 In tho morn4nd 6,000 from tho Hying corps. It said "You told in'o ho was only weak, Mr. J. E. Kirk lost a horse. Satur' is planned to dispatch a steamer to Farmers nro very busy gnthorlug and I will bo his strength. Ho has a ing the Angler was unhooked from day. The animal dropped doad while f America overy day this we'ok. hauling coal. corn and I great mind and soul, nnd 1 think I her moorings and tho trip was on. hitched to a wagon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodburn visit- can devote my life to no better For a couplo of hours tho good boat Saturday ed relatives nt Rockport WRITES HOMEl'OLKhT to saving his." Tho couplo rodo gracefully on tho placid bosom CLEA RUN. night and Sunday. wont tlrst to Dayton, Ohio, then to of tho plcturcsquo Rough and I enRuby, tho flfteon year old daughter Detroit, Roy Fralm writes some of his exand Nework, N. J. and aro joyed both the scenery and tho ride. Mr. Clarence Funk and Mr. Anderof Mr. and Mrs. John Akins, died now in tho world's metropolis. periences to his parents. Tho On the way down I spied a duck from Tuesday night of lagrlppo followod by woman, because I had expressed the offing and shouted to tho boys to son Meadows have moved from our In Prance, Oct. 23 moved to Havo just fevors. Tho romnlns wero burled at somo sonso of responsibility for bring-lin- g bring out the gun. To my grave sur- community, tho former Homcfolks: Dear Cool Springs Wednesday nftornoon. prise there was not a gun In tho Spencer, lnd.,the latter to Owensboro. finished reading your lettor, and was them together, has kopt mo ad- Surpriso No. 1. I hud Both moved this week. Miss Mary Kitchens is up after a vised of hor trials and triumphs. I equipment. glad to hear that you wero all well. Mr. Lnfo Pean, ot this place Is always pictured n Sunday boat trip I I sovoro attack of Influenza. The best treat I have had slnco , think sho has not attempted to shiold Owensboro today to Mrs. Ben and John Woodburn umo to Franco was last night, at and after tho hardest of as a sort of lawless affair, and was going over to ,hor trials, Ills son, Homer, M. C. A., I heard an wont to McIIenry Tuesday, shopping. .struggles, I havo reason to bollevo disappointed that this old crowd was look up n location. when tho Y. Mr. Hallio Elliot nnd family mo- .now they nro enjoying somo measure not propared for wjiatover happened. will move to u pluco near Hartford. bonest-to-Go- d American girl blng. Mr. Louis Trogdon and family, ot Sho was some singer, and gave a good tored ovor to Hartford Sunday. ot happiness In tho metropolitan city. We finally landod and preparation Mr. GIveus bought Mr. Gcorgo But If tho woman has won, it Is a caso for tho noun hour was begun. It Buford, visited relatives horo Snu- talk, which Interested us all. Evory Irvln's mo that could possibly got in was (Charles farm, better known as tho In ten thousand, and should not en-- 1 wus to bo u chill dinner, and tho fol- lay. are imHoops farm. courage another good woman to try low who has not toasted at u chili I Thoso on tho sick list there. I Mr. M. M. Tato and family and T. ;such a doubtful experiment. dinner needs to begin life all oyr proving except S. S. Trogdon, who has hero Wit havo movlnir nlcturos ngaln. M. Bean was tho Chot with been In bad health for sovernl WHeo a week. Whoro n follow can't C. Dennis and family visited in But-jlho is gradually growing county last week. Urugny Is tho littlest South Ameri- Tinsloy and Pirtlo standing by offer- months, pr k Fronch among theso pcoplo ho Mr. O. N. Stowurt and family and can Ilonubllc. Next to tho Belgian ing all sorts ot meddling advice. M. worse aud owing to old age is not iju t has to stand back and look on. to over bo nulte well again. there is tho Is an artist at chill making. When 1 hiiv been to church twice slnco I .umii i.iiiKruu;i nnini, ui nu.ivtir wain, the American colony Mtwi Nona Bartlett, of Taffy, ylilt-'e- d bc-ebut overy din nor was ready I expootod ot course and poorest, not undor- - visited Mr. O. E. Scatts, Sunday.' horo but could smallest have her uncle und nunt, Mr. and Mrs. 'American In Uruguay averages a ibis boating crow, I had bo often stan I n word thut was suld. Wus so ii, to brlni" out u qunrt of Old Autry Ilhoids, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. II. E. L. Simmorainu spout moutMy su's. ription of if 5.00 lu umm; imibsiiik vr to near oj juuu CLuuer or a caso ot beer, but lo, and uth,saayuii.uDturdworcp ' lion, but only hopo ho Is alright ..lunday In Loubvillo. American gold- to tho Red Cross. j npol-ogiz1 rs I ' . to-dan, f. I y, I Great Exodus From Europe Will Require Many l Secretary Of Federation Says Wage Must Be Maintained. Washington, Nov. 25 Reduction present wage scales In the United States will bo opposed by tho workers, Frank Morrison, secretary of tho American Federation of Labor, said in a statement dealing with as it affects labor. leconst ruction Any decrease In wages will mean of living standards, ho said, and this tho workmen will resist. "Regardless of tho wishes of individuals or groups," said Mr. Morrison, "any reduction of present wage scales in this country will bo opposed by tho workers, who will not accept wago reductions for tho simple reason that this procedure will lower their standard ot living. And by standard ot living I refer to substantial food, clothing, housing and all necessaries to a well ordered life. "The cost of living is not a theory with the workers, it is a 'plain unvarnished tnlo that can not be explained away by sophistry. Tho United Stales Bureau of Statistics shows that living costs are mounting higher and higher. Its reports from August, this year, shows an Increase ot 15 per cent between August, last year, and August this year, and an increase of 70 per cent during the live-yeperiod between August, 1913 and August 1918. "The right to live comes first, and workers will resist any attempt to reduce their living standards, In view of present costs, even though some employer talks of capturing tho markets ot tho World. that tho best "I am hopeful thought among employers and other elements of our citizenship will agree that nothing will create more Internal turmoil than a denial that tho highest possible, living standards for workers Is tho first requisite for the America wo dream to have. "Tho eight hour day should be accepted by every manufacturer. Not only because the transition to a peaco basts may be orderly through the quick assimilation of workers but for tho larger reasons that have so often been advanced In favor ot a shorter of ar workday." m CENTERTOWX. The stork visited Mrs. Maude Brown Monday and left her a fine baby boy, Ellis B. ot Nelson, Miss Ruth Casebler, visited her sister, Mrs. Charley Re-neSunday. Miss Bessie Carter, of Ceralvo, s. spent Monday with Miss Ida Mat-how- er, Miss Bulah Klmbly, of Klrably Mines, spent Saturday night and Sun-de- y with Miss Rowena Rowe. Mr. R. F. McKInnoy was sent to Hopkinsville Tuesday, to bo treated for Insanity. SULPHUR SPRINGS. Mr. A. G. Murphy was called by wire to the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. Lonnle Babbit, of Louisville, who was very ill. Mr. Murphy returned Sunday and reports Mrs. Babbitt Improved. Sho Is going through tho third attack of Influenza Mrs. Lula Murphy, wifo ot Mr. A. A. Murphy, of Illinois, is vtsiting-rolatlvehere. Mr. Murphy la section foreman on a railroad in HI. Flu cases arc too numeiom to mention, but those afflicted are getting along nicoly. Mrs. S. A. Leo aud Mrs. Arnctt Miller uro visiting relatives, in Chicago. They havo written tho Influenza was raging In that city. i s nn o RED CROSS. Tho Hotol Roglna In Paris Is now tho headquarters ot tho Amorlcan Bed Cross in Franco. Ico scatos havo been sent to tho American soldiors in Russia by tho Red Cross. Tho Red Croat) posts n dully nows bulletin in 600 places to glvo to our men In Groat Britain tho nows from hoinw. . ' er - To provide Belgian ohlldran with shoes, the American Rul Cross has started shoe factories at Limoges, op...tea by the lkiU..na. Ington two woeks ago to tako a spo-ciaoomed to bo llttlo discipline among STUiiiN.: courso of instruction will romaln DEMOBILIZATION WILSON'S ACTION Docombor 10. tho lot. Tho men took vory llttlo l"olu ,u tlu3 lcKa' dPftrtmont of tho Among tho buyora that will bo on notlco of any thing their offlcors said ' AhT. HJlbllAhlllJJ ar"'y' Capt- - l'roaly T-- Atkins, nct- PLANS COMPLETE to thorn. Ono nhoutod: "No officer ' UNDER FIRE tho Owonsboro market thla yonr aro IS l ng camp Intelligence offlcor, has bcon no Kaisor." tho Amorlcan Tobacco Company, Imgianted a four days' lenvo nnd may Kontucky-Vlrglnl- a ' Hen Murder Knir Play. perial, Oallahcr, vls,t n,a ol(l 'l0n, ',l Loxlngton. Llou- Company, P. II. Gorman Company, Somo of tho Germans woro exceedHope tenant McConnol will bo in chargo of clustering Out Will Now Be ingly anxious to ntr such Kngllsh an H. Wlnstcad, Drodlo, Control Of Cables Step Pholon &Wood, W. W. Whitoly, Phil 3,000 More In tho departmont during Captain At K. thoy possessed, while others supEdward To Reach Home By Rushed At Camp Toward Government kins' absenco, Capt. llruco G. Ulack-- ni pressed their accomplishments ln that Miller and tho Dirks. Thanksgiving. Taylor. nr, of tho Medical Corps, has beon Ownership. Tlioro is less tobacco in Europe nt direction with equnl care. Tho Gerordored to Camp Gordon, Atlanta, proscnt time than for a Ions numman officer, who was inclined to bo tho Ga., for temporary duty thcro nt tho communicative, attached himself to ber of yoars. On tho othor hand Homo by Thanksgiving Day Is tho baso hospital. MUSTKRINO OUT WII.Ij unmanutho corrcspondont and said ho worked "Washington, Nov. 21. Prcaldont thcro Is a largo suply of hopo hold by a majority of tho 7,000 Capt. Itobert T. Vaughn nnd First NOW UK HUHHKI) In London before tho war. Ho added con- factured tobacco In tho Unltod States. "Wilson's action In tnking ovor greatest difficul- members of the student candidates of Llouts. John W. Carmack, "I had nn Intimation, as many of us trol nnd operation of tnarlno cablo It has been with tho have secured tho Field Artillery central officers' aallaghor, Jcromo II. Hirsch Prank J. Plans looking to tho demobilization hnd, that wo should bo wanted in tho and Lesexpress agencies was ty that tho dealers Kjstoma nnd Europo slnco training school at Camp Taylor, who ter II, Trufant, of tho Medical Corps, of tho soldlora nt Camp Taylor aro summer of 19 14, ho I went back to tlgoronsly criticized today In the Sen- shipping facilities to have elected to return to civilian llfo have, boon ordered to Camp Green-loa- f, beglnlng to tako dctlulto shape. At Gormnny a month or two before tho ate by Kepubllcan senators, who said 1914. years crop On., reporting for duty thcro first It was bellovcd that as only has boon tho most rathor than finish their military I was not in tho war was declared. This It was part of a plan to establish perdlschargo blanks woro received submarlno nervlco nt first, but voluncostly over produced In the Green courso nnd risk chances of getting with Evacuation Hospital No. 54; manent government ownership. demands upon commissions, nnd it tho mnchlncry Tho baso hospital nt Camp Taylor will from Washington, tho musterlngoul a The speakers wcro Senators Wat-no- n, Hlver district. Tho of subscription of tho camp personnol offlco grinds soon rocolvo a number of convales- process would bo unavoidably delay- teered for It, and hndsay fair sharo of It was not luck. You llrltlsh the peoplo In tho way of Indiana; Kcllog, of Minnesoto Liberty bonds and various war ac- as expected this hope will bo realized. cents from overseas whero It has ed, hut jesterday a telegram from tho fair fighting, but wo Gormnns bellovo ta, nnd Sherman, of Illinois, and in Mora than 300 from observation been posslblo to allow thorn to War Department Instructed tho camp tho extra investment tho end the courso of the debate the Presi- tivities, with hns been compelled to batteries nnd other units among tho tho trip homeward nftor tho mako authorities to employ all printing that complninJustified tho means. Then varied nu tho farmer that wo shoot your men dent was crltlzed for his decision to o Tncllltlcs In tho reservation to mako in tho production of tho crop, students had received discharge pa- activities at tho front. whllo they aro In tho water. Why rp to Europe, nnd George Creel, the dlschargo blanks. If these not? Tho men might bo snved nnd to load him to bollevo that pers up to tho hour tho porsonncl Onalrimin of the committco on Public comblno woro unable to supply tho demand It fight us another tlmo. Wo should he should receive a good prlco for forco "knocked off" for Saturday re- GYPSV I.V VISION Information, who, It has been reportHKKS KAISKK HANGED was authorized to cngago creation yestorday. This forco will prlntlbn bo fools to let them." ed, is to accompany' the President, his tobacco. houses In Louisville for tho work. While thcro has been some objec- do some work during the foronpon Tho crow of ono submarlno with also was attacked. Washington, Nov. 22. "Wllhelm According to Lieut. N. M. Hanks, it is said, but It is unlikely that opening of tho toSenator Watson denounced the tion to tho early acount of tho late- tho wheels will begin to turn rapidly HohenzoIIern has had lots of bad porsonncl officer, who is nt tho head tho exception of nn officer wpro all Intoxicated. President's action In taking over bacco market on Pre- luck. of tho dlschargo department, great crop, there aro hundreds boforc Monday or Tuesday. cablo Hues as a breach of faith, and ness of tho "I see more bad luck for him! difficulty will bo experienced In tho of farmers who are needing their liminaries aro occupying time. MediIN MINI). charged that their control was In- money "I sec him in the midst of n crowd way of finding transportation for the to meet obligations, and it was cal officers promise to do their best. spired by a desire for government as nil the It was found impossible for a variety of people. Thoy aro nngry. They discharged men In as The scale of wages has gono so censorship of dispatches during the theso conditions that caused the early of reasons to get the 3,500 promised havo a ropo to hung him with! They cantonments will bo much roturnlng men high, especially In tho production of opening. peace conference, so that the There nre many Owensboro to- out of tho Depot Ilrlgado on tho way shout 'Hang him! Hang him! Ho to civil life at tho same tlmo and some wnr material and allied business, that of the European tuitions nt bacco men who have not received to their homes by Saturday night. killed our sons and brought hunger of thoso will find It necessary to cross many working people find themselves the peace tnble may not know what is In tho meantime the men are exer- on us. Hang him!' tho continent' to roach the place mnklng more money than thoy dreambeing said in tho American Congress orders from their customers, and it cising patience. This becomes a "I see his face grow pale with where they entered thu military ser- ed posslblo a few joars ago. Tho is possible that tho opening of the about the conference. mnrk'et can not bo taken as an indi- second nature to thoso in tho army. fear. I seo him beg for mercy. Hut vice. standards of living hnvo been thus In the midst of tho debate, Senator the crowd hns no mercy: did be havo To Kolouso Surplus Officer-.- . To Clear OfllccrV School. what the prices will be after nro becoming raised nnd luxuries licwis of Illinois, the Democrat whip, cation of of get out of the mere for them? Among lucky ones to The machinery has been arranged! necessities. the year, and after transiThis Is tho laborer's nought to reply to tho Republican the first "I see tho ropo placed about his for the discharge of tho entire 7,000 day.. Ho is waxing prosperous country from a war to a servlco early this week aro u few of tion and ncnators, hut did not get recognition. peaceof tho men of tho field Artillery Candidate is enjoying his new earning opportho 300 surplus officers in the Field neck. basis. Ho did, however, offer a resolution "I see tho crowd pulling on it. depot, it Is Artillery replacement Officers' Training School who hno tunities too well to think much about which would put congress on record AVnlHKjn i()AHlKI "William no elected to return to civil life and will HohenzoIIern is said. All of these who desire disOnco a family, the need of saving as favoring government ownership of VOOI) IN PAI.ACK charges will be released by the end more!" havo a capacity of about 000 men n or any person for Hint mntter, raises railroads and telegraph and telephone This Is the fate predicted for the day. Tho procedure of discharge of tho of the week If the present program standards of living, it Is hard to lines. m Amsterdam, Nov. 24 "How evKnlser of all the Germans by Maria tho candidates is being watched with reduce them whon necessary, nnd, us materializes. Charges Hrcarli Of Faith. Held Out" Is tho title of an arThe Field Artillery central officers' Dometro. gueen of tho Washington Interest by tho rest uf tho camp. It tho tendency Is to lin.so tho future on In declaring his belief that tho ' ticle in tho Frankfort Volksstimme training school alumni association gypsies. Is believed that thu school will tho present, there Is going to bo a President's action was a breach of liv William Carle, a socialist, who now forming will compromise at least Marl.i, a young gjpsy girl who achieve within tho ten days a clear- crnoper somo lino day in the fnturo ... nrnvis,nn!, ,, said congress ,.--.,, ho:lJ.ri!1 faith. Senator Watson 20,000 members. These men from might be attractive If she were ln dif- ance of all students desiring to quit for thu y spenders. Labor ls TOll this extraordinary power for Mch th(J formcj. emperor had ln hls nearly every state In the Union plan ferent surroundings, holds forth in a the servlco In such demnnd that many of smnll purposes only tar booth at 1710 Berlin palace. to meet again In Louisville in a year little fortune-toiin- g A census of all officers at Camp Hkill and capacity now on cmorgoncy "Why is that step taken." asked "The quantity," the writer says. or so to further perfect their organ- Seventh street, where sho llus with Znchnry Taj lor. Camp Knox nnd West Jobs will find themselves greatly retie senator. "In my belief It is taken ptpppiIpiI nil ovnprt.iflnns. Jn Inrrri" ization, and then meetings may be her father and llttlo brother. The Point was started jesterday upon duced In pay when normal conditions nimply because of the fact that the whtj UJcd ro(jms wM cvcrythlng. held yearly lu tho fnturo with appro- - family are llrazlllau gjpsles. orders from tho Wnr Department to return. As they have adopted habits President is loath to give up any of literally everything one can imagine ' prlate "hue feasts." There are many other gypsies In determine the number of men too extravagant for them, ncuto sufthe power that wo have clothed him in foodstuffs. It Is inconceivable but because Maria .seems ling to remain in service nnd thoso fering must bo tliolr portion. Tho rnlonel Cuter .Makes Slatcim-iil- . W.UU.. iiu iiiuso au.u..u-- o wiin. that after fQUr years of WRr 8Uch Col. A. II. Carter, commandent of to have unusual clalrvojnnt talents In Uvho want an immediate discharge. An unprecedent prosperity this class Is Dim including most; oi uiu cauuitu, large quantities could be hoarded, the school, commenting on the alumni addition to her bklll ln palmistry nnd officer Is given n choice of an Im- - now enjoying Is really the worst thing do not intend to relinquish that power There was meat and game In cold plan, yesterday said: phrenology, they look to her as their mediate dlschargo from thu llltary that could have happened, so far as wnless compelled to do so by a legis- storage, salted provisions In large "it is my firm belief that such a;i queen. Maybe her jouth and her 'establishment, nn acceptance of a they are personally concerned. Tho lative action. dark-hair'cases, white meal in sacks piled to tho 'association will proo of inestimable characteristic gypsy commission In the reserve corps or a' Orphans' Friend. "Wo aro left to the wide field of roof, thousands of eggs, gigantic 'benefit to tho Field Artillery central beauty have something to do with It commission In tho regular nrmj', (ho V eonjectnre as to why tho President boes filled with tea, coffee, choco- - officers' training school, and that It I sought Maria on the chance that present status of which is'unccrtnln a.w fit at this particular time to Lite, lard. Jelly and Jamb; hundreds can be of distinct service to tho conn- - she might tell me her answer to tho Tho telegram ordered the classlflca- tike over the cables. Certainly no of sugar loaves and endless sacks of try. quustion everyone in Amorlca Is nsk- - Hon of tho commissioned personnel one will claim that he is taking them pcas, beans, dried fruit and biscuits. "Furthermore. It Ls undoubtedly jing "What's going to happen to the Intimated that thero will be an over as a necessity of war. I take it Their value amounts, to several thou- - .true that men who have attended the Kaiser?" discharge of tho officers who elect to for gronted that when tho President j marks Sho told me after I had crossed leave tho arm-- . It Is a known fnct school will ln after j'cars derive much an intents ami leaves tnese snores to "These hoarded foodstuffs can not from gutting her palm with silver; these gypsies tho great majority of the men purposes tho cablo lines will be cut. be better used than to be preserved pleasure and satisfaction associations .don't scoin to know how to speak that hold commissions in the army at together and renewing who X take It for granted that ho does as a lasting memorial to our posterity j and friendships formed there." junlil jou cross their palms with sll- - present will bo dismissed when tho bo I intend that any man at tho peace i which should see how, while millions proposed reconstruction of tho reguThe definite plan taken by Colonel er tabic shall know what Is being said in Germany starved, those elected by Carter to bring the association under And sho told me more, she said-- way lar army takes place. 1b tho House of Representatives and the grace of God held out." closed as In a trance-posewas to appoint a committee com-- j her o on tie floor of this body. And I take "The Kaisor is going back to t HATS WISKit THAN MKN. of two officers and three know-oil Tor granted that we are not to PRINCK V .see him in Iterlin. It Is not to draw up a constitution and many. this side what thoy aro doing. MET WITH HOWLS iiv.lnnH. The constitution and Tho mob clamors for Christmas. Investigators of mining conditions ' Complete Censorship. In use for over 40 years! You and the peculiar dangers to which laws will be submitted to the cnndl- - him: the guards are powerless. "With Georgo Creel at that end Amsterdam. Nov. 21. When tho ,atus ,IX the school. and the number understand? Thousands of voluntary miners aro subjected recently havo eontroling all the messages and in- - former German Crown Prlnco )f ,..,, (ipSirinc to enroll in tho as-- 1 "Tho Kahcr pays for his crimes taken much interest In tho practice letters from women, tellformation and with Albert Uurlcson rived at the Zuj-de- r Ceo fishlngtdwn .hocjat)on will be reported to Colonel with his life nnd'bo pnjtt In Merlin of Western gold miners to mako pets ing of the good Cardui ., .. i. at this end eontroling all the sources ui iMiKiiuyzuii luuuy i. itcnvcu it rvirter uu before Chrlstmns!" of the rnts which commonly Infest has done them. This is oi Information, its very verbiage in (Uiierent welcome innn ne encounier- m,.-,..,And Maria Demetro. who after all mines. wiiii Kiiitm-i.-On tho mother lodo vein of country may well bo warn- ed elsewhere In Holland. the best proof of the value fact, the Candidates leaving the artillery Is considerably Amerlcanled, proved I.California it has been found that mln ed that It may tako at least with a of Cardui. It proves that as no uecenaeu irom mo rauu.ij )Sch0ol feel that they have been well H by adlng- ur8 iVarlbly feed tho rats and tako srrais of salt whatever Is published as car with a swaggering gait and wear- - trLaU(1 bj. tho 0tiZ;ns r LouImIHo Lnrt, f tilPIIli believing that tho ro- "To Hell with tho Kaiser!" Cardui is a good medicine to what happens on tho other .side." lng a lur coat, noww or execration of protection dents, aro a Bource fince ,hev havo ,een hero In spltoj for women. Senator Sherman said there might aroso from tho thousands gatheied ,)f the fatt that t),eir duties havo held A ISKACTII'LL Ct'STO.M. This Is duo. tho i against accidents. There are no harmful or necessity for tho President outside the station gates. The out- e some ,n , fcpi1Ilrti rimm nlcht ... ...v. ..i.i. uo, tn lli.i- liiatlm.t tit ifin rntu ' VI. .11.IIIUMII.V habit -- forming drugs in rolBK abroad, but that ho could not burst of hostility scorned to perturb In tho mountains of Tjrol. It Is tho'htch warns them when a tunnol Is' (l day wltIl only Satiuda.s and part! eoc it and added that no provision Is nun bomuwii.ii. Cardui. It is composed ,.r Kiimiiiid iff ti Pitim-- tiip hiwntt.iii. riistom or t ho women anil children ti ,i ..,i - . ...... ,.iw.i, n... mn limv.i n- ... , " ... ...,. " . .. ' '" jil' Jn the constitution tor tho mo uovernmuiu jncni w.ucn was Ues ,n.0jy ..fended. ' "You Kuutuc- - Home out. when tt ls l tlmo, and I.... only of mild, medicinal tunnel It la almost Impossible; to get if tho Piesidcnt from tho teruve taken tho tormer Crown ,U1S certainly do know how to treat 'sing their national song, until thoy the miners to work thero. This re-- 1 ingredients, with no bad ;o to tho Island of Wleringen, i vj ,uor!, u ithln ritorial limits of the United States, jour midst whethor hoar their husbands, fathers or broth- - calls tho belief among sailors that , s. T&' White House, ho said, will be which win lie ins tuturo annuo in uoi- - ..... .. si,iier.s or not. We doenlv ts answor them on their homo. On rats will leavo n doomed ship. Tho moved to Pails, and added: land, grounded In tho fog. A "ttlo M1,preciat what the Louisville puo-'th- o shores of tho Adriatic such a'cus- - n,,.rK ui0 have found that 'rats nro TAKE "Wet aro left to tho tender mercies tug-boAftccting ,. i, .... ,i,.,. r,,.. MJ .,, ,,,.,i.,. ..... torn nrovallH. was .substituted. i, There tho wives of the mucli inoic susceptli) .... . v uuii. ... 1. ... ...u..u .,,.. . ,, .11..1. i,,i,....u ( iitiiiiutin oT a I'.'nrra cuiio; imaaimiia uu- mdiffoifnce the tormer Crown Prince J'n. iisnermpn romo down aiiout sunset t tl,c dangorous gassos that so often brier stay pl isant. While wo didn't TiU'rt , oablPS controlled and Croel sits stej).,i tll0 gangway and lit ,.Pt to tho nont we woro on our way. ...... bik a niuuiuj. unci kiiikiiib- ' imukb oss or nro in 1110 nunti.s. i.oiik at tho source of clgaiotto The tug cut loosu im- - ll(i only now ars Imperial dictator that tho war Is over aro flrat staiun, tiny listen a whllo rnr an i,Brr the miners themselves nro af- action " inudiately and disappeared In tho fo? .10 wijB to ,Mti; ,lluj K home. .aUHwetlng strain frcmi off tho water. tot.tu, by thfbo gasos the nits becomu Senator Kellogg salt, lb ir-- v.is no amid the angry .shuuto of the popu-laiu- Some or us see no roason for lemain- - and contluuo to sing and llston, t Sll Mic;K and show symptoms of distress wsr necessity for taking oer cablo volcos cuuo hum oiiiSo the men keep close watch on tho ing. as other more pressing needs in tho Hues and express agencies as tho the tide, tolling tho loved ones are al- - ratb KOOd health. you rack tho lungs private life face us." Stop coughing! awnMIeo has boon signed and added m imaif. nun swtn-- i uj tno weary Momiiois or tno ;: itn Training lint- - jhi that in his opinion tho action "is part and worry tho body. ILiUuni's Hoie-hoiln- d tery In a farowell partj In their nies.4 fisherman, as tho shadows gatbor "(I MOItK Sl'HS SL'HHHNDHK You am rely on Cardui. government ownSyrup cheeks irritation, hoals ol jdnn to hasten TO ItlHTlSH. hall a few nights ago became remlnls- - around him. muni bo tho songs of the vll Surely it will do for you tho lungs anil restores comfortable cent, and this is tho wnv thoy o - loved ones at home, who sing to J ership of telegraph, telephone and what it has done for so breathing. Price 25c, GOc, and $1.00 pressed If no on tho country." many thousands of other themselves on tho sudden end theor him; and how they strengthen j London, Nov. 22. Twenty morn per bottle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in It should help. women! of tho war which Is to toar thoni and tighten tho bonds that bind theso German submarines woro surrendered humble dwellers by the soa! Truly itn Admiral Sir Reginald Tyrwhltt oft waimctx) GHowims apait. "I was taken sick, (JN SAL'S HUSIJAN1). among tho lowly of this world i Harwich this morning. This makes AS IO MAHKHT seemed to be . . . ," It sut'ins a nlti that our oxUtenco.lt i thus fur wriles Airs. Mary HVeste, to an mid in tho flower or our ithnt wo find some of tho most beautl- - n tot ill of fill submarines 1 not a bit ashamed that my comes nin uistoniH ln practicu. Selected. of Madison Heights, Va. uiinlioio. Ky , Nov. 24. Thero h parents named mo S.tllie. Those old battery youth. Some mighty nice handed over. There would havo iuuthunciirtiilnt) as to tho prices that names aro coming Into style again. been 21 Hiirrendeied today, but one "I got down so weak, things have beon said about us, and A Kentucky Colot til asked a small sunk during tho night. Till) be puid for tubacuo on tho Owens-lor- u could hardly walk . . . not u few pleasant predictions for our Ono evening, boToru I was married, colored boy: "What Is jour name?"! just staggered around. Tho coricspoudent or the wireless murkei this year. A month ago was attending n revival at tho old tuturo, but what wo might hnvo been Tho chap answered: "Well, lloss,HCvJco wlh tho Urltlsh naval lorces I read of Cardui, .& frtoly predicted that tho prices It now becomes a biibjuct for liimu 1 noticed tho rud church, when ovorywhoro 1 goes dey gibs mo a now L .8 .,.al ,llHl bororo noon a cruiser tttivshl bo higur than they were last and after taking one botspeculation. preacher stop and look toward the tle, or before taking quite artar. Klnco tho end of tho war "On the wludiost dav in the history name, but mail maiden nuiiie was jcamo ,t0 Bh( followed by tho Gor- back of tho building. V, all, 1 felt much ; man submarines men sooin to ho at a loss Just and u Gorman trans-- , better. I of Camp Hachury Taylor, six and u Moses." "Ah, my jiiuiir triend," said tho fA took 3 or 4 bottles at port. Tho transport look place lu wtat effect peace will havo on tho preacher, "aro jou looking for salva- - half weeks ago, thu 34th Training s 5100 Reward, $100 that time, and was able to mark nt. the harbor, on account ot thu heavy Hattcry emerged from a dust cloud Itton?" r The this paper do my work. I take it in The tobacco market will open lu nnd became ti vital factor in tho or- pleated readers or that there Is will bo ben running. The mnjority or tho "Not exactly." Will said, "I'm" to learn at least the spring when runOwonsboro on Monday, Ducember '1. looking for Sal Jackson!" ganization which constitutes the one dreaded dlaea.se that setenco has submarines woro largo, and nearly been ublo to cure In all Its stages and equipHn loni.o lu .if floorK will bo In opora-tio- c down. I had no appetite, following Ho was always me greatest nnd largest artillery offlcors that Is catarrh Catarrh being greatly all woro lilted with wireless and I commenced eating. this your, and it Is expected that around." training school in tho world. Influenced by constitution il conditions ment It is the best tonic I ever Gentian CicwN Mutinous. tbarn will bo little or no congestion. The live thousand btttdeuts who requires constitutional treatment. Hall's m ML, Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and saw." Try Cardui. I have elected M.uoy of tho blggiMt toli.icco firms in When tho Germans arrived It. was to remain and try for acts thru tho Wood on the Mucous ok rouitsi: hi: khalikd. of tliti wurld will Iiu on thu local marl; tit comisslons lu the artillery section the found the System thereby destroying noticeable that tho i evolutionary elettlon nt the illseuse, KlvltiK tho All ment was decidedly present. Somo tbl your. Judgo Klnkhe.id: "My boj-- , do and then be placed on tho reserve patlnnt strength by building up the nnd (i.'HlsHnt; nituro In dolnclts or tho officers hud removed tho Prus-btn- u tt was loarnud today that thu you realize how great is the solemnity corps list will buckle down to work work The proprietors havo so much ouglcjt from their caps and reWtrteilttau Tobacco Company will not of uu oath betoru jou commit your-iulf- as usual tills week and see the tuuiso f.iltli In tho ci.i'.itho powers of Hall's Outurrh Medicine that they otfor One placed r.ct b tho nittrkut until uftsr Decom-i- t them with a bort of led badgo The boy: "Why why, sir, through. Hundred Polbirs for any use that it falls to cure Send for llt of testlnrunlnln. in It U s;il(l that tho compauj yos, sir 1 caddied for jou last that recognizes the authorities of tho MuJ. James G. Wheeler, camp InAdir'ss J iHiNr.v & co., Toledo. Sallora' aud Soldlors' Council. There n,ill i o buy tobacco oil anj of tin telligence officer, who sent to WaaU- - Ohio. Sold by all DruL'S'st, '&v. markets of tho country until after H 300 rtl 'i Ump , 00 pre-pnr- y, repre-ncntatlv- es Wil-hel- I . too-eas- J n, I ed I I , . Ger-didat- es x 1 liv-lj- et ... .., I a ? y For Weak Women ar-!(- ! ... I 1 .,,, ,. m-i- ' t ' i altcr-elfcct- ' - s ,, o. well-know- n - The Woman's Tonic ' j cn-btt- w ! ll.Li:i) fl 1 ... J 's M Sur-fic- Druggists K ?" r SSSSSmI THE LITTLE WILD GIRL V d, --- QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Doci higlilmnK indicate iron Oi-Cue, on ,ny i nn time w. two hill!) OI ilUgdrf Wlltl ucop .11. o .. g.. . ., .g . . . . Oitl.o , j ' i .. ' ..THU...I In MlMouri in II) She stood with hor mother boforo tho serious llttlo faco and said. "No " utloa founded tho (Our Dumb Animals.) magnlflclent food animals yet wn. tho show window in Harlom. Her mora. Nevor." U in .n.i;i,--An8- . Orgln and plnk-facocry body has heard about tho ns a nntlon, throw awny this supply oC glrllBh woman, E. tiiothor, a i obscure. It Makes Her Vow. won deep In a study of now hats and 03cphuB with Sa- - buu ,0 anu ,10W numerous they wero beef by killing tho hords for thebr It was hor vow .Novor again would Think gowns. A practical American wo- sho turn to tho loft, No inoro would thai iUiUi utuor u.o is piusjiil hi tno uig come 3C cen- - J ll'J Plains years ago, but today skins. wob of Itl And buffala about tho poorost oxcusa man, sho was making an estimate of sho run nway. uI ow An.,, noi .icccm-i..!..,- . .ichlsodcch, bclioved lno, "ro "ol many men left who leather earui inim for leather that how much it would cost to copy the Hit i u.tH .lKH'llil Lino Oi ui'l'iiiitli. i" uidean. It did not Know from personal observation how It was porous over was known, au "Sho's been in the country all sumas a spongo, though it gray gown and tho purple hat in this . ' possession of Jows UiC3u ungainly wild cattle lived. ..a i liow many stutes lOiiiiu cuu " mer, nnd was allowed to run about tlmo of war and Inflated prices. So In Fifty years ago they migrated with would wear, If rightly tannod, Ilka garden nnd on the sand. That ilso o. mo German language t Aim. n. ii. ti. s of David. tho deep waB oho in tho study that hor a Area And Population Of tho seasons up and down tho country alligator hide. what makes her so wild," her moth Wo aula has laws spcclncally hnnd relaxed its grasp on tho tiny ino burralo was a vory methodIts use. from Alberta to Mexico, west of tho er said to tho Interested neighbors. , hand In hern. Tho woo fist gently uiio. What h tho area and popu- Missouri river almost to tho Pacific ical animal If left undisturbed. Water For Marino Hollers. "No moro." said Evelyn solemnly. ' stupid ln a way, ho asked, worked Its way out of the detaining . lation of ? Coast, their principal rango however Artj. wUv-bliow do ocian-goln- g vessels I mother palm. Tho mites of fingers "Novor." get v.utcr for their bollorsf Do they Aroa, GGOO squaro miles; population being Just cast of tho Hocky Moun- nothing of lifo except thnt ho ho givoa Mnybo, I hopo so. She is an intel slipped nwny. tains and eastward to about middle plenty of grass, water and sunshino. uso salt water or havo thow some (1910) 1,874,000. ligent baby. It will ho posslblo Nebraska. Onco they ranged clear Given these ho would feed, then work For n moment sho stood enchanted her to remember hor adventuro for means of taking the salt out? Ans. nt A DEAL BETWEEN GENTLKMBN. cast to Now York at hor freedom. Mama was still two ynars State at least, but his slow way by tho easiest gTado to old. If not all tho details, Thoy start witb fresn water and uso looking at tho purplo hat. Tho baby that was before tho whito man came. tho nearest water (and anything wet It over and ovor, exhaust steam being' she will recall tho Impression of grief Ono day an old Southerner walkvina eclipsed by tho economic probSixty years ago thoy ranged tho wns water to a buffalo,) drink, rest, and horrow sho experienced that day condensed and returned to boilers ed Into his banker's office. Tho lem. Tho crisp fall air played about plains In countless thousands and feed, drink and rest In novcr endlnjt lnstaad of being allowed to escape in she "runned away." Southerner was a typical gentleman prnctlcally ceased to cycles from the day ho was born to tho child's yellow locks and toyed exist in 1885, Lief ore that adventuro sho was to tho air. of tho old school. rather rudely with the ribbons of hor fearless. except In Ycllowstono Park and one tho duy some Indian gathered him Why Salute Of 21 Guns. Itut tho sonsatlon of being In nnd dried his flesh in tho summer "What can 1 do for you?" asked or two other isolated spots bonnet and tho tassels of her bluo whero a Qucs. Why is tho number of guns tho banker. city throng implanted a coat. Men and women crowded past alono in tho fow head still survivo as is tho case 3un to cat when winter camo. Besides hor to ho rod as a salute on certain oc"Well," replied the Southerner, on tho Indians killed buffalo by tho thouhor, It was an endless Btrcam of dread of tho unknown. Flathead Hivcr, where some of casions fixed at 217 Ans. This sa- about 35 years ago I loaned a man sands at a tlmo by running them over men und women. Nobody stopped mamma had cried as sho had never lute, known as national salute, la down South somo money not a vory the Allard herd got away and Into the cliffs (called "plskun" by the Black-fee- t) seen her cry. Thoso big sobs hut in num. And innma seemed to before that came straight from tho depths given In honor of national flag, presi- big sum. I told him that whenevor mountains while enrouto to Canada 4 have forgotten her llttlo girl. but they novcr wasted any moat of her heart. Sho know that was ex dent of U. S., presidents of foreign I should need it I would let blm know soveral years ago. In tho old days ul ",uv- - ' "u5 "' Killings uy I.IO tho hfird.q ilrlftixl nnrfl. In !, rnrln Sho mndo a trial step or two and traordinary crying from hor unhappy republics or sovereigns of foreign and ho could pay tho money. I need and south in tho Inin wero Bimply harvests of meat rant nn oyo toward her mother. The mother. Sho would novcr make her states visiting U. S. Number was fixfall, following tho somo money now, bo I have let him and sk,ns whlch thev took w"n young matron was finishing her tabu- ry ngnln like thatj "Novor, No more." ed at 21, it is said, becauso that was know, and I would liko to have you feed which grow with the seasons, could from migrating herds and cur-Yes, tho purplo lint could be lation. All the plains Indians depended on At eighteen, at twenty, at twenty-tw- o maximum number of guns carried transact tho buslnes for mc." cd to last until such tlmo as tho herds achieved if sho covered tho frame sho will remember tho day sho by naval vessels nt the time. "My good friend," said tho banker, the buffalo for meat, clothes, tcepeo should drift back but tho Indian herself. And tho gray dress could bo "runned away." Language Spoken In War Council. Her helplessness "you havo no claim on that money. coverings nnd about all elso that they nover wasted or killed ncdlessly. copied by remodeling her own tricot nnd hopelessness when sho realized Ques. Please tell mo what lang- Tho statute of limitations has run needed for every day life. Plenty Tho feeding habits of buffalo of Inst season. Hor two-yea- r old she was alone. Her fear of tho elder- uage is spoken In tho allied war counagainst that loan years and years of buffalo ln the country meant hapin their moving ovor the samo daughter waited not for tho end of ly woinrfn In black who wanted to cil. Ans. French which Is generally piness and plenty in the Indian comp, ground many ago." times, therefore thor Tho bluo eyes and help her, her pretty mother's ngony favored as langungo of diplomacy is the computation. "Sir," replied tho Southerner, "the whllo lack of buffalo in the country made deep trails from water to wind-blow- n tho bonnet ribbons nnd drawn faco. usually but not necessarily used in man to whom I loaned that money is meant starvation for tho Indian exnnd theso trails woro the hying tassels of tho coat vanished Whenever sho Is tempted to run such councils. a gentleman. Tho statu to fo limita- cept for what llttlo meat ho could always In tho shape of a branching in tho stream of men and women. away may sho remember that day I tions never runs against a gentle get by hunting deer, elk and other tree with the roots to water and tho Dark Clothing Warmer. such animals. Antclopo usually mi tops or "limbs" stretching For everyono is tempted now and MIhsck Llttlo One. Ques. Which is tho warmer, dark man." out on tho then to run away. To run away from or light-colorSo tho banker sent for tho money. grated about the same time and along ridges and feeding grounds. clothing and which The young mother became suddenwith tho buffalo herds, so tho Indian ly conscious of hor empty hand. Sho tho rules that bind them, tho chains is better for winter wear? Ans. And within a reasonable tlmo thereBy instinct tho big animals followd clothing is warmer after the money came. Thero was a could not usually get antclopo when ed a low easy grado from tho highest looked down nl her side, turned that hold, tho conventions' that repress, "I would like to get away from and is therefore better for winter gentleman at the ether end of tho ho couldn't get buffalo. sharply about, looked up tho street point of tho feeding grounds to water, Ono day the plains would bo black and this grado was always maintainand down. With fear clutching her all this," says the woman of hor wear, though it is doubtful if you transaction also. Kansas City housekeeping, tho business girl of her will bo ahlo to detect any diffcrenco with feeding thousands of big hump- ed, so buffalo trails always looked as heart as In a vise, sho hurried to tl:o backed animals; tho next day thoy though they had been laid out by & right. Sho nearly ran for two blocks. Job, even tho mother of her children, In this respect between light nnd dark Chamberlain's Cough cmody. might all begin to move to the south civil engineer thero was nover any colored clothes If both are of tho At tho erasing biio glanced fearfully jor ,l10 children of their mothor.' Do not imagine, that because other and they would then flow by a given abrupt rlso or 1llt th:lt Instinct is not right same weight and bame kind of materiup and down tho automobile crowded fall ln any trail and cough remedies failed to give you re- point in a steady, living river of hugo they wero always good streets.nnd walked tho faster. Her though It is natural. Tho desire to al. roads to fol,s natural, but it lief that it will bo the same with cattle; tho next day it might be im- low. Indeed Concrete Mixture For Cellar. faco was drawn in such agony thatkm whn ln ft rnB the Union Pacific Railu- - u hub um- Ques. Plcaso tell mc how to mix Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Bear possible to find a single animal with- road Is practically "built on top of a two women stopped to ask whether "" '""1- giving in mind that from a small beginning in a day's ride. They came and buffalo trail" from Omaha to Ogdou Bho was In trouble and thoy might ed to run away, will want to run concreto for wall ln cellar, help her. Another of tho many signs away. Hut we'd better not. Hotter proper proporations of different in this remedy has gained a world wide went, drifting over the land ns the and somewhat beyond. of tho growing sisterhood of spirit remember baby Evelyn. Better say gredients. Ans. Common rule for reputation and immense sale. A med feed and water conditions dictated. Wolves always hung about tho as she said: "Nover. No more." among women. concrete walls is to mix anc part ce- icine would have exceptional merit to In sinner they lived on tho high, herds ready to pull down sick or dis it becomes grassy plains of Montana, Saskatche- abled animals. A wounded buffalo ment with three parts clean, sharp win esteem wherever "Not unless you've secu a runaway in wan, Alberta and tho North, thou- - always went to wator to die if ho river sand and live parts crushed known. COST OF WAH. child with blue eyes and yellow hair. e rock or gravel. If sand or gravel is sands and thousands of them. In tho could, so ovorv water hnln was mnv. years old nnd largo for her ago. Two "Who is tho most responsible perIncluding tho $7,017,000,000 loan- nut first class or you want to mako son in your railway organization?" winter they drifted to tho panhandle rounded with bleached bones. Thoy Sho wore a bluo coat and hood." of Texas, Mexico and the arid perished by thousands sometimes in They shook their heads and she ran ed to tho alios, tho cost of tho war up particularly sure of results use larger "Well In caso of dividends, it's the crossing high or icy streams, but thoy on. Sho turned n corner und hasten- to nbnut November 1st is ?20,Gfil,-000,00- 0. proporation of ono part cement, mix- accident it's the motorman." WashNowhere ln the world has thero camo and went like the tides until one fourth of this ing In proporation of one part cement, ington Star. ed up tho steps to tho police Htntlon. was raised About taxation two parts sand nnd three parts crushever existed so far as mna's knowl- the white man came and killed them by and three-fourtHer faco was whito as tho paper on edge runs, such an immense herd of ncdlessly as ho does everything. from loans nnd war savings. ed stono or gravel. For flninshing the captain's desk. Sho gripped tho WHAT'S IN A NAME. The balance in tho treasury's gen- walls and for lop layer of the floor rail boforo his desk whllo sho gavo part KNEW WHERE SHE KEPT THE. A WWII HOUSE'S EDUCATION Tommy's undo asked him the name her description of tho missing llttlo eral fund as present is estimated nt use ono part cement to oneparts sand or ono part cement to two sand. of May's young man. $1,845,793,000. one. Government .Life Insurance. When Elsie camo homo from a 'Horses destined for cavalry uso b "Call 3100 Spring nnd let us know "I call him April showers," replied Ques. 1. Most American soldiers Tommy. have to be carefully and thoroughly neighbor's house eagerly munching whether you found her," called tho Simple Wash Removes overseas havo taken out government "April Showers!" cried tho aston trained for tho duties they perform. a chocolate her mother said reprovca,ta!n- Rings Under Eyes Insurance policies, ln case a man so ished uncle. "Whatever makes you As it is easily posslblo for Ignorant, ingly: "Now, Elsie, how many times "Sho had not boon gone a minute, nockport pcoplo will bo surprised Insured Is disabled ln any way doea call him such a ridiculous name as careless trainers to utterly ruin an have I told you not to ask Mrs. Gray I would havo missed tho touch of her ,10W quickly puro Lavoptlk eyo wash ho receive tho benefit of the Insurance at this for chocolates?" To this Elsio reanimal for war purposes hand In mine If she'd been gone long- - reIl0VC8 blood 8hot eyog and (lark on his return? Ans. In event of that?" "Because he brings May flowers," period in his career, considerable plied: "I did exactly as you told mo or. I couiu navo ovorinKen ncr n rings. One young man who had eyo total and permanent disability ho will thought and caro aro given his edu- to do mother. I didn't ask her. I s. Tommy explained. I 1 had turned tho right direction. 0 trouble and very unsightly dark rings receive JG.75 per month for each cation. Tho best plan, it has been know whero she keeps them. wont to tho right, sho must have gone was relieved by ONE WASH with of Insurance so long as ho lives found, is to make his lessons slmplo WIFE FURNISHED IT. to tho left." A LITTLE PIECE OF WHAT. Lavoptlk. His sister also removed or is so disabled. Ques. 2. If a man and havo them progress steadily but young woman dashed past a bad eyo strain in three days. A Is not disabled docs his policy lapse Tho tall not too rapidly. While gossiping with her next door A small boy living next door to a tho store whoso window had allured small bottlo Lavoptlk Is guaranteed or does it continue to protect him? At first ho Is walked about, com She hurried with all tho vlgoi to benefit EVERY CASE weak strain- Ans. Protection continues even after neighbor, Mrs. Jinks took occasion to paratively freo from restraint, in or neighbor, frequently came ln and ask hor. "My husband was a conif bo keeps announce: in her, to tho direction tho baby must ed or Inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye man leaves service der that he may grqw accustomed to ed for something to eat. One day have taken. Sho had covered four cup FREE. Harrel Bros, druggists premiums paid up. It Is stipulated firmed smoker when I married him, tho sights and sounds of his new en- when he made his usual request tho when she heard tho child's volco. that ln order to enrry governmen in- but today ho never smokes." ln sur- vironment. Thus ho gradually over neighbor woman was Ironing and im 4 at Itockport. crossings and walked four blocks surance after leaving U. S. service prise and commendation, Mrs. Blnks comes his natural fears. At length a ! patiently replied: "O, go away and change his policy to differ- replied: "Good! To break off a life- cavalryman gets on his back and by clve mo a llttlo peace!" Tho HtUa "Don't cry, Evelyn. Mamma is com Sambo had been hnlcd before tho man must ent form within five years after close time habit like that requires a strong progressive lessons gets him used to ' oov thought a moment then asked: ing." Sho cnlled. court on charge of chicken stealing. will." Mrs. Jinks' following declara- havlne n man mount ranldlv and of war. P'ece 0I wnai.' , at. A Tho llttlo bluo figure, its bonnet A great deal of very damaging testition was: "Uh huh; and that's Just tlmes roughly. York To Liver what I've got!" strings hanging' dismally, was lean- mony had been submitted to substan- Strumcr Time, New "Thoy say that Perkins is a conTho next thing to be learned is to pool. ing against tho kneo of an elderly tiate thu charge. There was no lawkneel with a man on his back, also to firmed bibliophile." Qucs. 1. At what rato per hour woman ln black. Tho woman in yer present to defend Sambo, and "Well, he may have been, but ho lie down on his side and lie still on black had extracted tho baby's name when tho prosecution had completed do tho fastest transatlantic steamers x doesn't drink a drop now." Boston tho ground, serving as a shelter for FOR FLETCHER'S JKnd that sho was two years old and Its caso the Judge turned to him nnd travel? Ans. About 26 miles. Qucs. the cavalryman squatting behind htm Transcript. said: "You arc charged with stealing 2. How many days would be relost but had "runed away." wasn't and shooting at the enemy. He must mm Irregular bowel movements lead to "Mamma!" shrieked tho child. chickens; havo you any witnesses?" quired in sailing from New York to Ans. At this rato, apmy mamma." "No. Buh!" answered "What does Biggins think tho out also learn to como to a sudden stop chronic constipation nnd a constipatSambo. Liverpool? "There's from a gallop and to stand quietly ed habit fills the system with Impuricome of tho war will be?" Tho llttlo bluo figure was swept up "When I steals chickens I don't hab proximately four days, 18 hours. "Illiggins Is a profiteer. Hu's in- while his rider takes aim. no witnesses." Figures Formed By Frost. Tho on tho mother's shoulder. ties. Herbine is a great bowel reguw m Ques. Why is it that when terested iu tho income' Washingfaco quivered a moment, then lator. It purifies tho system, vitaASKS DEMOBILIZATION Neuralgia of tho fnce, shoulder, moisture freezes on a window pain ton Star. straightened ln pride ns men und OF FARMERS FIRST lizes the blood and puts tho digestive Llttlo Paulino came in bringing a women stopped to stnre nt her on hnnds or feet requires a powerful it forms figures instead of freezing Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 21 A recom- organs COIn line vigorous condition. remedy that will penetrate tho flesh. ln a solid piano? Ans. Becauso of scratched finger for salvo and sympa- mendation cents. ,Sold by Ohio Drue her perch. that preference he shown Price across the Ballurd's Snow Liniment possesses mutual attractions of its particular thy. "I cut it on thu cat," she "I saw her riming m agricultural workers ln the demobili Co. street nlono and I thought there was that power. Hubbed in whero the particles of water, on freezing, crys- zation and that 10,000 Kentucky MAKRIK1) BY WIRELESS. Bomothlng wrong," said tho elderly puin is felt is all that Is necessary to talizes or absumea form of regular farmers now in cantonments, be musrollovo suffering nnd restore normal geometric solids, according to fixed WOUNDED AT LISTENING woman in black. POST tered out nt onco, has been forwarded St. Paul, Mlnne., Nov. 23. Mar"I'm afraid you think I'm careless conditions. Prlco 26c, 50c and $1.00 law. by MaJ. Henry F. Rhodes, chief selec by wireless. Tills Is tho unique Teachers For Philippine Islands. with hor," tho young mother said per bottle. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. m Private Smith, Liberty Loan Speaker, tive servlco offlcor, to tho Provost ried experience of prlvato Hormnn Gall Ques. Aro teachers for Philipplno "but I am not. Really I'm not." Tells of Experience "Over Marshal General ut Washington, and and Miss Margurlto Rohl, both of SL Two soldier boys from tho West, islands appointed under civil service "I know It," nnsworod the oldor There." ho has been advised that tho Ad Paul. Court records woro recently woman. I huvo been careful with my who had been hurried to tho coabt rules? If so please toll mo where I jutant Gonernl has tho recommenda- filed which showed tho ceremony was Prlvuto S. T. Smith of West Helena. tion before him. children, nnd 1 havo hud tho samo and on board ship in tho dark, wore may obtain information relntivo to performed by wirelebs. Ark., member of the Sixteenth Infannext morning survoylng with open- - examinations, appointments, etc. trouble." MuJ. Rhodes said there are moro That afternoon tho telophono rang eyed wonder tho boundless strotch of Ans. Such positions' are under civil try, lost his left foot in an explosion than that many farmers ut Camp CIRCUS FAT WOMAN DIES. service For full information wrlto of a Gorman hand grenade when ho Zachary Taylor. Some of them left in tho house whero Evelyn lived. rolling bluo around them. wns In an advanced post during the "Ceo whir. Bill," said ono "who to U. S. Civil Sorvico Communion, tho captain at tho police pre"It's raid of tho Gerniiins in No Man's Land, their corn to bo attended by others, Decatur, 111., Nov. 23. Miss Elma cinct. Wo want to know whether would havo thought thoro could bo bo Washington, D. C. wheie Smith was stationed with six If at nil; somo havo tobacco crops JloorVi avoirdupois circus quoon, you havo found your baby." much wator as that.". Daniel Boone. otheis. must bo sold If thoy nnd their jUrnlug hero fell victim to influonza "Yes, thnnk you, Captain. I was "I know It," drawled tho othor, Qucs. Pleaso give a brief Bketch In telling of his Injuries, Smith said: fumllles nro to bo provisioned for an- - ttm (je,. Si,0 wojBhed 700 pounds so worried I forgot your telophono "And Just think, Jim, you only sco ' of tho lifo of Daniel Boone. Ans. "Our listening post was about boventy-fiv- e other year. umj wn8 B0 jurg n special motor number, or 1 would haVo told you. what's on top." Boston Transcript Horn Bucka Co., Pa., 1735. Was yards fioin our line and 10U yards ln addition to this, tenant farmors trucit wua employed by the circus, She Is safe with nlo. Sho had turned U. S. service and notably fiom tho German line. Our lieutenant must mako arrangements for next colonel ln management to pilot hor about. She Ono of the most common causes of successful as Indian lighter. Also had beon killed thero tho night before. year to tho left, und I hud gonu to tho at onco. so they can bo ready WUH au0ut 23 c.irs of ago. 1 was with tho listening patrol when Insomnia nnd restlessness is Indiges- rendered invaluablo service by extenright looking for her." early in tho now year to prepare for n ourighwu-- . tion. Tnko Ono of Chamborlalu'a sive survoys and explorations In stato tho Goimans tried to raid our post their spring work. SHOULD HEAR HIM (MRGLK. Bhortly before midnight. Thoy did not Evelyn prebsed closer to her moth- Tu biota Immediately nftor suppor and of lContucky. Was ouu of tho most if thoy aro dUchargel lato in the A llttlo boy was on his knmw 're- Hucived in taking nny prisoners as er, und lifted her bolemu llttlo fnco, seo If you don't rest bettor und sleep successful of ontarprlsink American rt till Wilt 1ulnL t, tlin llsm l... ..!.. I winter thoy will find It dlflloult, If not 'oently ono night and auatlu, Mtnylnrc ''Sorry, Mamma. No moro. Nevor." bettoiThcy only cost a quarter, m pioneers of lSth century and hml a j noout flr,y ;nuifl of tho am, ImpoMlUle. to get locatod. at the house, was preeont. "ft U u Ier mother hugged tho llttlo ono to Urge part in exploration and bU- - tho boye dialed mo the iet or tho Since fowl .for the aUrvins people 'pleasure." she said to him, afterwrJ, "Maybo it was mothor's She What do you think of our nient of that part of U. S. lying bo--, way. orawlln on their humlu and uf Ktirotie Is the principal eaasldera-- 1 lTr breast r i "to bear you saying your pr fault, dear " sho Hold, tho tsars pour- ehemo of decoration holly laaves tween Allegheny mountain ami iil- - Kme. or !y!n Ut" Hon iiou ill it th war Is ovor, Maj Willi A mi upeuk so t ri I over laurel? her chMka. fio-itvate Si'tt1! H anions t! i vrtoiur ing r Itemovd to uppjr Itl odes suil it ! ai of Ul "lost i ! .ii T !. lie W'o'l to he flunk Id 'iiiu-Don't cry Mmiinu. No more. it Su i:ltnl aIo n iu .i tin Kimiih i.ilhi T. i.n ;,,( uuv , t tt Ti- fuui In iIi 1 mil . ! ml ut ,'!oi i It." Hwm that fterauon prefer Use Mkleiu uvaryow! I4OU- - ib ii.o Iju il.iv.. iu th juaiitli Feuuftl A hair do4n 1 at,...,.,,.,.,. .. luuu labor available answered, But, auntie you ho ,r ura ,. t t. a tho infant cumo to her mother, lifted doh Opinion. appointed hiui commender bf a dU- - Dish let. 'without delay, ;i"Slo once." -- Jerusalem? 8uf faJo Ways in Buffalo Days .it Alsacc-Lor-rnin- c. Slow-moving- Alsace-Lorraine- 11 r ed Dark-colore- """ hs I Tid-Bit- $1,-00- 'uo Children Cry CASTORI A tear-stain- ed - ' j ch I XI -- ' ,, 1 I iln r iu-- . , l ( Ajre - 1 (Facts You Want to Know About) A ' Results of - State-Wid- e PjroniDioon in Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas ?J Maine, Michigan, N. Dakota, Oklahon a, Oregon, Tennessee, W. Va. OHIO, THE- PIVOTAL STATE, HAS VOTED DRY LEGISLATURES were elected in 35 States November 5th, 1918. Action upon the Ratification of the National Prohibition Amendment to the Constitution will be taken in the early part of their sessions, which begin in 1919. Fourteen States have already ratified the amendment, and should 22 of the 35 State Legislatures just elected take similar action National Prohibition will become effective in 920. 1 "Prohibition Facts and Figures" has just been compiled. It is a book of facts containing many statements on Prohibition by some of the World's most noted authorities. Whether you are in favor of or against National' Prohibition, you owe it to yourself to become acquainted with the real facts of this question which is now engaging the attention of Legislative bodies throughout the Nation. Complete, Accurate and Dependable Information H. M. Lcland, President Lincoln Motor Car Co. Jos. Boyer, President Burroughs Adding Mnchino Co. S. S. Kresge, President S. S. Kresgo Co. No loyal American can doubt the statements of the following: W. V. Johns, Curtis Mfg. Co. Thcodoro Roosevelt. Win. H. Taft. Frank A. Vindcrllp, Chairman National War Savings 'Committee Lloyd Gcorgo of England. Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Cannda. Simon Lake, Inventor of the Submarine. Cardinal Gibbons. Archbishop Ireland. Bishop Brewster of Maine. Joscphus Daniels, Secretnry U. S. Navy. General John J. Pershing. U. S. A. Surgeon General United States Army. Major General Leonard Wood, U.S. A. -- John Trix, President American Injector Co. It. H. Webber, President J. L. Hudson1 Co. G. H. Chisholm, Casting Co. P. F. Bcall, Vico President Packard Motor Car Co. C. L. Houston, Vice President Lu- kens Steel Co. H. K. McAuley, Secretary Altoona Iron Co. II. B. Smith, Secretary Mclnnes Steel Co. A. K. Lewis, Director Safety nnd Labor, American Rolling Mill Co. S. Brown, Supervisor Carpcntor Steel Cg. W. D. Brennan, Assistant Manager Union Pacific Coal Co. W. B. Pierce, Superintendent Buffalo Bolt Co. President Atlas Steel R. H. Davidson, President Davidson-Namac- k Fdy. Company Calvin Essex, President Essex Coal Co. G. D. London, Wheel Co. President Lobdell Car E. P. Ross, Superintendent Colonial Iron Co. Colonel W. J. Nicholson, U. S. A. Governor Geo. W. P. Hunt, of Arizona. Governor Julius C. Gunter, of Colorado. Governor Arthur A. Capper, of Kansas. Governor Ruflln G. Pleasant, of Louisiana. Governor CnrlE. Mllllken, of Mnlnc. Governor T. W. Blckctt, of Noith Carolina. Governor Ernest Lister, of Washington. And many other nows Items of unusual Interest nnd timeliness. t is the purpose of this book to aid those who, without prejudice, desire to ascertain the views of men who have studied the question of Prohibition from many angles. In making selections, the compiler of this of sin-- c work kas chosen what to him bore the rity, reason and logic. Final Word ear-mar- ks Prohibition J)racr No. , I'uhlMiurs, Covington, Ky. Enclosed find twciity.fivo (- -') cunts, in currency, or 1'o.xtoHico Money Onlcr, for which mo n copy of "Prohibition Facts uiul Figures." IJO-I- OKDliit HLANK XnniL1 A (hire- -' City. . WritcJnntno ami Aihlrcs State Plainly. . uuC The Hartford Republican George parlament. Is Lord George's once mighty empire may again bo di Tided into numerous petty kingdoms. a Republican party? The close of the war will Increase old Sol was wise In his day and rather than reduco the burden of generation, but if ho were in Hartford the United States in the matter of now ho could see something new un shipping food products to Europe. der the sun driving loaded wagons The central empires must now draw promiscously over tho court house upon us for food. lawn. When tho fiscal court meets it should take some steps to stop tho As the roads, so tho people. When ' practice. If It Is necessary to haul we have good roads we shall have material to tho court house a con- good farms and good stock and public crcto driveway should be built for Intcrprlse throughout tho county, the purpose. ., ... ... These are things that do not come singly. They come together. Our own rejoicing at tho revent I I j J Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Sec.-Treas. President Men trained In statecraft arc retired before tho clamor of the rabble to exercise its new powers, and tho result is Inexperience Is directing affairs of state. Hunger, tho mother of desperation, threatens to destroy order. Russia, already red with the blood of the best citi- tho extreme. zens, Is spreading its now doc- humblest citizen of the land. Wo court no business lossos through an- itngunlzlng any man or body of men, but ns long as the present editor directs tho policy of this paper tho best interests of the public shall bo defended, without counting tho cost. Regardless of statutes, resolutions and agreements tho will of tho public Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS W. S. TINSLEY, Associato Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law at the Postofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of the second class. Address all communications trine, of liberty wiht license, to Is tho rulo of tho community, and the peoples of Germany and Austria. combinations of power, whether of Whilo hoping for tho best, tho great- bankers, merchants or doctors should to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give the old address in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and Sc per lino for addition-H- i Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards ot Thanks, 6c per line, money in Anonymous communications rccclvo no attention. TELEPHONES. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, Gc per lino. will Cumberland Farmers Mutual FRIDAY - 123 , 50 NOVEMDEH 29, 1918 And McAdoo did. Tho Lord seeins to have fought on the side having i,he biggest guns and the most reserve. Arc all tho other enslaved peoples of Europe to bo given their llborty through tho world war savo Ireland? Tho President is going to attend It looks pcaco conference. ot conlldence In Col. Uko u want Houso. the I Dick and other Republican leaders, ot Ohio, havo formed a g corporation for tho purposo of popular sentiment for Gen. John Pershing for the nominutlon for president. crys-taliln- election Is on in Courier Journal myn Praslilant Wilion'H vlult to that --couutry will help to olaet a Lord A parllmontnry HiifjlwttU mid tho Tho public has a room est statesmen ot Europe are trem- be resented. bling at tho possibility of developo-mcut- s. ily, if not at law, then In tho force o.f their patronage. In tho best of good feeling for tho- doctors, who eni Our suggestion last week of raising tered Into tho agreement that Is reRepublican victory was somewhat While the war was on wo would marred by tho soro disappointment of a metallc needlo or stono to com- pugnant to public sentiment, wo sug not alarm tho country by mentioning our good friend, It. S. Rives, editor memorate the bravo boys who gave gest that thoy meet, and by resoluit, but while the greatest war in all of the Green Republican. their lives in Franco for tho freedom tion, rescind tho objectlonal order River history was belnp fought supposo Rives' overmastering spirit of patri- of tho world has met a ready re- of ngrcement. This suggestion is not President Wilson should have died otism got tho better of his Republi- sponse, we now suggest a tangible made in n spirit of criticism, but In n No necessary and Tom Marshal should have become canism and ho stood gloriously by plan for accomplishing the laudable spirit of goodwill. president. that Judga bumilitatlon attends n confession of Such unselfish sacrl- - purpose. We suggest the President. flnn ilncnrvml n linttor rnu'nnt Pit. Cook appoint a committee of three, an honest mistake. As Individuals, , Wo are unalterably opposed to mob . ,H atrnn of which ho shall bo chairman, to tho doctors havo a perfect right to nolaw, under any circumstances, substantial exce,)t about 0,ecUon ,tako the matter In hand. Our own tify their patrons they will withdraw when such travesties occur as the ac time. suggestion is thnt a plot bo laid out, Fervlce where bills aro not paid, but quittal of "Dago Foley" a notorious not more than forty feet square, on combinations of persons, holding ji crook, for tho murder of a Pinker-tow- n Louisville had a great Liberty cele- - tho public lot opposite the east front monopoly of power, aro contrary to detective, in tho Louisville 'bration Saturday, and it cost three of the court house, for tho purpose, tho spirit. If not to tho lnws, of the criminal court, we get mixed in our human lives. Tho Victory celebra- and tho lot Inclosed with u suitable American people. moral ideas ot public policy. 11 fence, tho monument to be erected In tion in Ohio county November cost tho life of a young boy at Mc- - tho middle of tho plot. However, FIRST CIRCUIT COURT. Our national war debt may mount nenry. Aftor all does It pay? Are that is n detail to bo worked out at in- to ninety billions of dollars. Not 8Uch "popular demonstrations worth the proper time. Most counties of Examining tho records of tho cirdeed In terms, but it labor and pro- - thelr cost ln human lives? Would it tho stato aro undertaking blihllar ducts go back to normal prices itjnot bo better to assemble in tho plans of honoring their patriotic cuit clerk's office wo discovered the means it will take three dollars worth churches and public buildings und dead, and wo should not liko to sou Ohio Circuit court wns organized of labor or tho products of labor to Hsten t0 tho patriotic sermons nnd nd-p- Ohio county behind In Such matter. March 28, 180.'!, or one hundred and ' back what tho dollar will pur- - (iresses than to indulgo ln parados If Judgo Cook will be good enough fifteen years ago. chaso for the government now. ,nnd tjre works at such an expense in to appoint such committco wo shall The circuit court district as orlgl- 'nally established was composed of human life? Is tho pageantry worth publish full details next week. Secretary McAdoo has resigned ,. m.jco? 'Ohio and Hrcckenrlilgu counties. At from the cabinet. McAdoo, who is . It Is sometimes gratifying, oven to tho time of tho organization of tho said to be a candidate for tho DemoThero seems to bo some serious u nowspnper man, to havo his humble court the ofllcor.s consisted or u Judge crats nomination for President, is misgivings in Europo over tho possi- of fort, to render a pontic service, and two assistant Judges, a commonwlso to hurry out of an administra- ble nction ot President Wilson, ln the commended. And it does not often wealth attomoy, a clerk and an astion that has just received a vote of peace proceedings. Tho London Sat fall to his lot. Rut u rocent cdltori- - sistant clork, all appointed by tho "No confidence" of tho country. urday Roviow says: "Frankly, thoro.nl in this paper condointng tho action Governor. Tho first Judge was Is no person of whom wo nro so much of a number of Ohio County doctors Christopher Greenup residence not Feed the Hon. GraVO. aiixloty is nfrnlil at this hour ns PrnslilnntWil.'fiir fnrmltiP n pnnililnnMnn whlnli ( givon and tho assistant Judges wero felt about disorder on a largo scalo in son. President Wilson is an idonl-- j rigidly adhered to, might havo Ilcnjaniln Field and John Crow, Europe. Central Europe in 8t, and idealists aro somotlmes vory. suited in tho loss of human llfo or magistrates ot tho county. In tho iiuuBtj, ucni'i-iuiu!iiuuKi, urn wiu dnngorous peopio. tiio American great physical suffering, awoko in absence of tho Judgo tho two assistmost vicious lion Is less dangcious people, taken in the mats, aro a minds of tho peopio a hearty ant Judges sat as a joint court. when well fed. Ilenco it appears rous compound of sentimentality and comiucndntion, und tho rosultiug Daniel Harry wns tho first clerk and tho greatest service toward tran- - realism. Hut tho President's ideal- - voluino of approvnl gonerously repaid Henry Davldgo tho first commonquillty In tho affected nations would ism Is an Idol of tho Theater, and is us for tho offort. A Inrgo number wealths attorney. It appears from 1)0 to hurry food to their relief. uitu untouched by tho realism of the of tho host citlzous of tho town and tho record that Judge Greenup did county voluntarily congratulated us not begin Ills service until tho Juno Forum of tho Tribe." Fifty years ago, lllsinark, tho Iron on tho stand wfc took in the defense term, and that tho first torm was Reports from Central Europo aro of tho public, and n number of them Chancellor, made of tho looso confed- over by Magistrates Field and oration of tho twenty-si- x states nnd not oncouragolng. The peopio of tho urged us to keep up tho crusade. Wo Crow. At tho opening of tho first four froo cltlos of Germany a strong contral empires, untrained In nrtsof riml no plouauro in criticising our torm John Davloss, Chrlstophor Tom-kiand mighty empire, and now that govominont, have suddenly had now follow-cUipa- s. Wo much prefer to and Samuel Work wore sworn in ponou is rostorod. it nppaars, that ow- - and unusual responsibilities thrust dafond than to'condomn. Wo pre- - us practicing nttornoys. At tho foling to International divisions, tho upon them. Tho toudeucy is toward far the good will to tho ill will ot the lowing Juno torm William Fctliers- - butij ., ,,...,. ton and Isaac Ueardsley were swori:. as attorneys. The first grand Jury ever impaneled In an Ohio circuit court was composed of tho following citizens: Massey Thomas, Jacob Lunllen, William Smothers, John Mattnx, William Cooper, John Mosley, John Riley, Wlllam Harnard, Joseph White, Joslah Hedges, Michael Myors. John Handloy, David .Miller, Richard Morton, Robert Howard, William Stephens, Nathaniel Supple, Anthony George-JacksoThompson, John Powers, and Soptlmus Taylor. Note tho number of names yet familiar ones in tho county. Tho first grand jury returned a single Indictment; ono against Robert Price, charging a felony, but tho record does not state the nature of tho felony. Subsequent grand Juries returned Indictments chiefly for charges of swearing. Conviction for swearlns wero numerous, but tho penalty was usually about four shillings. t French war orphans 48 boys anil girls in equal number havo adopted tho lGCth Infantry of Ohio. At least that's tho way tho soldiers toll it. At Verona, Italy, tho Red Cross hny ngreed to support babies under n year old, and 20 between tho ages ot one and three, at an existing orphanage. I ay Thirty ot tho 400 persons employed In A. It. C. hospital service lu operator Franco nro movlng-plctur- o who put on picture shows at tho American hospitals. Americans in the Red Cross ambulance service received 65 decorations for work performed In ono month. This includes 7 silver medals, i of bronze and fit war crosses; Doing 100 per cent Red Cross Is 1U0 per cent American. Red Cross christ-mu- s Roll Call December 1C to 23 gives every ono a chanco to quality. Tho Red Cross institute for the lillnd will transport to Daltlmoro and mnlntuln tho relative who will bo responsible for tho caro of tho blind man when ho returns home, This relative will bo responsible for tho euro of tho blind man when ho roturns to his homo. This relative will bo Instructed sldo by side wlUi tho blinded soldlor in tho GovonuiiW training school, that tho man's family mny know his difficulties nnd ambitions and avoid the mental deterioration resulting from falso tho next best thing tn being pro-sid- ed ns i gjgjMiaragijwagjuaasff momlior of tlio faculty of tho High school, Estill Park, of Central homo for a few, dayo. Camp-hollsvlll- o 5. wmwjccs vm.vm '&SS&2& uzsx i2j&iE3$ ss?C3c l City, is Uny Cook, of Cnmp Tnylor, camo down Wednesday, to visit Ills paronts, Judge and Mrs. Mnclt Cook, Mr. and Mra. Goorgo H. Bridges, of Clmrloitown, Mo., were the Thsnks- KivinR guoits of Mr. and Mm. II.' K. Li. Sliiimurman. VAT VINSON'S BARGAIN LETTER NO. 2. people take them. TORE NEWS BARGAIN NO. 1. 1 3p3i ;S:;33vS?:& Coatg 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 mid-winter of Pair Mr. Orpgory Wedding, mount, West Virginia, arrived Tueswith h day n I glit to apond fnther, Judge H. It. Wedding. Mr. Willie Crowder, of Sunnydalo, was a visitor at this offlco Wednesday. Mr. Crowder Is a fostor broth- Watch these bargains each week and pick them up quick or they will be gone. When real bargains are offered these days Yard wide all wool heavy Serge, all colors. This Serge is selling everywhere at $1,50 lo $2.00 per yard. Bargain price $ .00 yard, 1 er of tlio editor of this paper. Mr. Charllo Smith and family, of Mrs. MadlBonvillc, aro visiting Smith's brothor, Mr. James 1'lrtle, and other relatives In tho county. Mr. and Mrs. Bornlco Neighbors, of Jordan, Towa, attended tho burial of Mr. Neighbors' sister, Mrs. TIsha Bos-wo- Lot Ginghams selling everywhere at BARGAIN NO. 2. .'50 to i)b cents. cents yard. 1 Bargain price 22 everywhere 30 to 35 Lot only about fiOO yards, Hope Bleach, selling BARGAIN NO. 3. to-da- y cents. Bargain price 25 cents yard. ll, at Narrows, a few days ago. value. If you have not bought and really intend to make a purchase NOW IS YOUR TIME. Tc' 'I of Nocreek The congregation Methodist church has recently put up concrete steps, and mado other attractive additions to the edifice. t Lot 50 dozen Leather Palm Work Grloves. Bargain price 39 cents. They are worth 50 cents pair and you know it. Serge, all colors 50 cents yard. ""'" A good ward-widThese bargains will appear each week, but only for people who act NOW. e BARGAIN NO. 4. $28.00 $35.00 values Poplin Coat Suits $24.98 Poplin Suits $30.00 values Serge '. .$21.98 Coat Suits $25.00 values Serge An endless variety of Ladies Coats, prices ranging 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 new fabrics and shades. SEE US. USE ECONOMY. TRADE WITH YOUR HOME MERCHANT. See the goods before you part with your money, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. James Glenn, who has been in tho officers' training school in Texas, arMr. Glenn rived home yesterday. has been mustered out of tho service. Mr. J. T. VINSON & SON, Beaver Dam, Ky. ssK4fswr!.:3ffi S?&S3Sg3?jgStSSggSS3S3:gS&g za, MlbS Mills has set the typo for Wade Baize, who recently both tho Republican and the Herald bought Mr. M. L. Hcavrin's office this week. building, moved Into it tho first of the week, and has opened up a high class Charles Barbour, many years mone, grocery. ey order clerk In the Owensboro and who was under Indictment several thousand Mr. James York, of Schroadcrs, has for embezzling was bought Mr. Ike Ford's saw mill, and dollars from the government, will now make lumber and saw dust, given a three years sentence In Fedas well as meal. Mr. York already eral prison, In United States court, Tuesday. had the meal mill. post-offic- Stoves And Ranges j 2kz&Go, The Hartford Republican 29, 1918 FRIDAY - - NOVEMBER M., H. & E. K. R. TIME TAULK. rtouth Bound, No. 115 -- .8:05 a. in. Due at Hartford.r Horth Dound, No. 114 8.45 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Trains.) Among those reported in Monday's Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Felix left Wedcasuality list, as dying of wounds, nesday for Boston, Mass., where they I). Cook, of Phllpot. will spend some timo with was Temple their At- Young Cook was a nephew of Mr. Ed daughter, Mrs. C. B. Klnlskern. Cook, of Dundee. ter receiving the happy dignity of bes coming Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Ed Barrass came home from Felix will go to Miami, Fla p spend Louisville the first of the week with the winter. a throat trouble, and for a few days Mr. Rowan Holbrook will go to was under Hit suspicion, but is able Owensboro Saturday for tho purposo to bo at his office now. grand-parent- AT A MONEY SAVING B-- t Our Central Grove letter was received too late for publication last Miss Myrtle Laahbrook spent the week. Our esteemed correspondent week with Miss Joslo Holmes at her will please send in her letters earlier apartments in the Fredlca. In the week hereafter. A small son of Mr. Henry Henshaw Please notice tho advertisement of tho Now Edison In this Issue, sold by was taken to Owensboro City hospiFordsvillo Planing Mill Co. tal Tuesday, for treatment. Tho boy had inlluenza and some affection of Mr. Alvls Dennett, who has spent the stomach resulted from it. a couple of weeks with relatives here, Mr. It. K. Bean, who left his farm, returned to Louisville Wednesday. near Narrows, about a year ago to Kabbit season Is now open, will accept a position in a drug store, at pay tho highest market price, cash. Woodburn, has recently accepted a similar position with a drug comW. E. ELLIS & 15ro. 20t4. pany at Bowling Green. Private A. V. Taylor, who has been visiting his home at Hopewell, will Mrs. TIsha Boswell died at her return to Camp Forest, Ga., Monday. home, near Narrows, last week. Mrs. Boswell was afflicted with influenza; If you aro in need of a Dining pneumonia developed and sho lived Table, Safe, Kitchen Cabinet, Dressor only nfew days. She leaves three or Chlfforobe, call on AQTON BROS. children. Her husbaand, Caleb Boswell, died only a few years ago. Mr. Frank Foreman, of Hazard, Ky., is at homo for a visit with his Mr. Lafe Stone, who lives near parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foreman. Hartford, lost n son at Camp Taylor only a few weeks ago, and now has Mr. Owen Hunter, of tho Ilauk of received notice that another son, who Hartford, returned Monday night was doing military duty in France, from a business trip to Effingham, has been missing for three weeks. of opening a lose leaf tobacco wareMonday. Mr. house in that city Holbryook will spend tho winter in Owensboro, but will not take his family there and will return to Hartford in the spring. Mrs. Henry Taylor died of paralyat her homo near Manda, Sunday. Mrs. Taylor was stricken while attending to some stock, in tho horso lot Sunday morning, and was later Everett Tayfound by her grand-solor. Sho was carried to the house and n physician summoned! but died In tho afternoon. Her remains were burled at Mt. Zlon Monday. sis n, 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. khbssekheib Personal News i and Social Euents, Dr. J. B. Tappan and family have Influenza. Mr. H. A. Howe, of Centertown, called on us Monday. Capt. John G. Kcown spent Sunday with his family hero. Mr. G. A. Wright, of Magan. called on us Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tlco Burns Saturday in Owensboro. spent Owensboro Looso Leaf Tobacco Warehouses will open Monday 2, 1918, and- as transportation will bo assured to foreign markets the prices will certainly bo very satisfactory to the farmers. Mr. Rowan Holbrook, of Hartford, will bo connected with the new Daviess County House and will appreciate tlio patronage of his friends. - ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. . FOR SALE. FIRE MARSHAL ORDERS. The state flro marshal has examined the frame block on the north side of court square, and has ordered the five buildings be either removed or repaired. Mr Clove Ilor has sold his building on the square mentioned, Mr. C. F. Wallace, of Itoslno, was among our callora Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hiley spent Wednesday in Owensboro. Mr. Uamoy Duko, foroman of this office is laid up with the tlu. Mr. Everett TIchonor. of was in town Tuesday. Center-town, Mrs. Guy Itannoy, of Simmons, died of influenza Tuesday night. established an exchange Tho Homo telephone company has at Fords-vlll- e. Attorney W. O. Jonos, of Leltch-fielwas hero on legal business, Tuesday. d, Dr. J. W. Taylor and wife hnvo returned from a visit with their son, nt Stone, Ky. V" of Attorney Ernest Woodward, Loulsvlllo. attended circuit court hare tho first of tho week. II. E. Mlschko, local agaut for tho M. H. & B., 1ms bion laid up for several days for flu repairs. If you aro receiving a copy of the Republican and tho yellow slip shows when your time expired, you can not bo in doubt about tho timo of the expiration. If there is an error report 111. it and wo will adjust it, but don't let Wrlto Fordsvillo Planing Mill Com- tho paper run along and then set up County Attorney, Aurthur Kirk, pany for their best delivered prices a claim you do not owe it. Unless and Mr. Shelby Stovens went to Ow on Gasolino Engines, Corn Mills and you aro a regular correspondent we ensboro Saturday and returned Mon Wood Saws. Mills and Saws aro run aro not giving you tho paper. by Gasoline Engines. day. Farmers will find theso to bo satisfactory and fully LANDS FOR SALE. Mr. Anderson Meadows has sold guaranteed. his farm In tho Washington neigh 300 acres, 5 miles from Hartford, Mr. Shelby Crow and Miss Ruth river bottom and roling hill land, borhood aud will move to Owens Ferguson were married at tho home In fine state of cultivation, boro. well of tho bride, at Baizetown, Saturday. watered. Resldenco of 7 rooms and Mr. O. B. Basham and Mrs Emma A number of frleuds and relatives of 2 halls, water works In house. Now were tho young peoplo attended Heddcn, both of Fordsvillo, the barn and silo, good orchard. Two married in tho county Judge's offlco wedding, and enjoyed an elegant sup- tonant houses with barns, wolls, etc. per nt tho homo of tho bride. Friday. Rural dally mall. Telephone all Will sell as a modern conveniences. As uu Inducement for persons, who whole or in lots. Mrs. T. Q. Fortnoy aud son, Kurlo, of Control City, camo up Wednesday Uto at a distance of forty miles or to visit Mrs. Fortney's sister, Mrs. C. less from Fordsvillo, to trado with 240 acres, 7 miles from Hartford, us, we will pay train faro both ways, V4 mile of depot. Rural dally mall. K. Smith. It you purchaso as much as $25.00 or 75 acres river bottom land balanco The county board of health advises more from us. hill land, nil tillable. Good five room that all school houses and churches be FORDSVILLE PLANINQ MILL CO. house, telephone, cistern, well and 10 thoroughly aired nnd dried with fires lasting springs. Now barn and out Circuit court was in seslon hero buildings. before being used. Young orchard, plenty of from Monday until Wednesday. No timber for use on farm and same to Mr. Glenn Tins ley, who was attend- Juries wore impaneled nnd only oxul-t- y sell. ing Stato University, and had an atcases woro heard. No business of JOHN B. WILSON. tack of influenza, camo homo Sun- Interest to tho public was heard. Thq court ordered a special term day for a ton days stay. TO THE 1'UIlIiIC. called for tho last wcok i'l Fobru Doputy shoriff, Boy Keown. who nry. I hnvo sccurod tho building known "ad a rolapso or influenza, is vary as tho Black & Blrkhead Livery Barn much improved but his wife und Miss Gustlno Mills, our first rate and will conduct a first olas3 feed, children now have it. I ro- linotyplbt, has bnuu an Important hitch und truanfur luminous. factor in Hartford nowannpgr work gpoetfully gollolt your patronage. DILL1S S, DHNNMTT. Miw Mnttyu Duko returned to till wgok. With Mr. Duka und Miss 2118. Qanipbelluvillu. Sunday where she i a Katilu Clliiispto both slgk of lalhitn- Hartford, Ky. Studobaker Touring Car, 1917 model. Now tires. Perfect mechanCheap for quick sale. ical condition. LESS TAYLOR, Beaver Dam, Ky. 20t3p and it is being taken down and will be removed from tho premises. Owners of the remaining buildings will I will begin making brooms Oct. make the required repairs. 28. Will make brooms for half tho m corn or at 35 cents each. Brooms on 'FOU SALE. hand for sale at reasonable prices. N. A. SCHROADER, IS good shoats. Will average GO Hartford, Ky., Route 2. 17tf pounds. W. E. ASHBY, DITCH AND DIKE TAX! Centertown, Ky. 19t4 JiAST CALL! FOU SALE. M. B. in tho All landowners MARBARNARD, n. W. RIAL, R..B. Lot and two story brick storehouso, TIN, GEO. A. BARNES and W. C. good condition and most desirable lo KNOTT DRAINAGE DISTICTS aro cation. Ad dross Box 321, Hartford, hereby notified that all" taxes or as- or apply at this office. 21tf. sessments on tho land In said Diss tricts, levied on Sept. 18, 1918, which aro not paid by Saturday, November Do you get up at night? Sanol Is 30, 1918, will bo placed in tho hands surely tho best for all kidney or bladof tho SHERIFF FOR COLLECTION. der troubles. Sanol gives relief in PENALTY, INTEREST AND COM- 24 houra form all backache and blad Hanoi Is u guaranteed MISSION must then be collected In der troubles. save this remedy. COc and $1.00 u buttle at addition to the tax. To 46-y- r tho drua storo. additional cost, taxes MUST bo paid Foglo, Secretary, to McDowell A. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. within tho specified time. HOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISTHIS IS THE liAST CALL FOR SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KY, By J. H. Thomas, President. TAXES UNTIL THE PENALTY IS t ADDED. COMK AT ONCE, SETTLE FOR SALE. YOUR TAXES AND SAVE THE PENALTY AND COST. Two good young Jacks cheap. S. A. HltATCHEK, ' o. w. cRuaias Sheriff Ohio County ii 1 f. . Homo, Bragoh. 2fltSl broom: machine ready'. - 1 Brave Thl.Yfr.Olrt Girl, Tho Lcaguo i.'lUCUIT COURT. Two , -- . ROCKPOIIT. iJoiitg .. j to Knforco I'eaco announced hero tot. nr Indue R W Slack, Owentboro in. Ch'm'n. Hoard James Wllaen. v night its "victory program." It calls iiiti'th. Aitnriif y C. B. Smith, Hart-lor- d Clerk Hushing Hunt. for lard and tho loan trimmings for for tho formation nt tho coming ponce Itondorlng Lard. When i ork In jour wni Police Judge John T. Jackson. congress of a lcaguo of frco nations den mm. uTho loaf lard ia of Uwucst quality. aausago. "I :i si i. Marshal Will Lnngford. Tho ham Is removed from tho mid-dl- o possessing Judical, ndmlnlstratlvo nnd your m A fildo also makes rU tier t'orter, Hartford. "I look Thn iack strip of tlio by cutting Just back of tho rlso In oxocutivo powors nnd functions which toward tin Invlili limit f th.' ii " .Mauler CoiniulK.sloncr HUAVKIt DAM. rood lard, na do tho trimmings of tho Otto C. Mar(Iron tliomvi.. bam. shoulder and neck. Intestinal tho backbone. Cut from tho flank would bo so ndmlnistorcd as to guar- - or townnl II hit Ch'tn'u. Uoard W. T. McKcnne tin, Hartford. ;v covered im you mutter to or nt fat 18 an lnforlor urado and Is toward tho root of tho tall to nn anglo nnteo a pormancnt nonce. Clork It. w. King. Tho program, which It was an .vniirstlf Hint It w.. not mutter imiicIi Trustee Jurj Ktiml Ual P. Koown, Itost rondorod by Itself. It should bo of about 45 degroea. Loin moat Is Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. weds do choke the t Hartford saved which would bo othorwlso nouncod, nlroady had been adopted by! w,u'"cp thoroughly washod and left In cold thus Marshal II. F. Slovens. patch it limy liol. you to llnhli,y..iii let Monday In March iz dayt orator for sororal hours beforo ren- trimmed off tho ham and usod for tho Now York Lcaguo of Froo Nations tusk If you will to inlnil n story KORDBVILLK. told dering, which will partially ollmlnate sausage Itomovo tho ribs from the Association as well as tho Lcaguo to In "My Wnr iJiury" by Mrs. Mnry King Coiu'th. and Civil. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. II. Jonet. tao offensive odor. Loaf lard, back fltdo, cutting as cluso to tho ribs as Knforco I'cnco, wns drafted by a spo- - Wflddlngton. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Clork Olla Cobb. .strips nnd lard trimmings can bo ren- possible. Tho loin nnd fatback aro clal committco of which William II In n vlll. go nwir ours, says tho 1st Monday In July lx days Police Judgo C. P. Kcsslngcr. dered together. If tho gut fat is in- cut oft in ono pleco; cuo parallel with Taft, president of tho League, was n girl of thirteen Is running the Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. tho back Just below tho tender loin ciialrmnn. Other members of tho farm. At the beginning of the wnr It cluded, tho lard takes on a vory musclo on tho rear part of tho committco wero A. Lawronco Lowell, was n thriving farm with u man nnd 8d Monday In Scptomber odor. 12 days First, romoTO all Bkin and lean in I (Id lo. llomovo tho fat on tho top president of tho Harvard University; his wife, six soiih and ono daughter. Civil. moat from lard trimmings. To do of tho loin, but do not cut Into loin Oscar S. Straus, former minister to Then tho blow fell, nnd nil the men 4th Monday In November II daya OFFICIAL KCHOOL CALENDAR. County llojird of Education. meat. Tho lean ment Is used for Turkoy, Thcodoro Marburg formor In France were iiiuhlllxcd; the father this cut tho lard into strips about 1 Com'th. nnd Civil. iachos wide, then placo tho strip on chops or roasts and the fatback for ministor to Uelglum; Hamilton Holt, and his two eldest boys went olt nt E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. tho tablo, skin down, and cut tho fat lard. Tho romalndcr of tho mlddlo Tnlcott Williams and William II. once four hours nfter the decreo of COUNTY COUIIT. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartpleco of skin should thon bo trimmed off for bacon. hort, of Now York, nnd Glenn Frank, mobilization was received In tho vil from tho skin. Whon a lage. The firmer lind no time to put MootB first Monday In each month. ford, Ky. largo enough to grasp Is freed from If It is a vory largo side, It may bo cut of lioston. nts W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. In announcing tho program, which In houso In order, but left the farm loft hand, knlfo in two pieces. Trim all sides and Judgo Mack Cook. tho fat, take it in tho the hands of his wife nnd the two Ky. is to bo submitted for consideration edges as square as possible. held in tho right hand inserted County Atfy. A. D. Kirk. big boys, used fifteen nnd tdxtocn. Tho Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, and ondorsoment by all organizations limn. tho fat and skin, pull tho skin man and his two oldest sons nre now Clerk W. C. BlankcnBhlp. Ky. persons favoring international dend, tho two next nre In the nrmy, All rough and hanging pieces of and and with tho knlfo slanted downward Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. Dlv. No 4 Itobort Gotf, Hoslno, .slightly this will cleanly romovo tho meat should bo trimmed from tho reconstruction, tho league mado it nnd the poor mother, n wreck physSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. plain that tho program did not nt- - ically nnd mentally, cries nil day. The fat from tho skin. Tho strips of fat ham. Tho ham should then be Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beavgirl and the two little boys do the should then bo cut into pieces of 1 trimmed smoothly, exposing as llttlo tompt to solve tho details of world Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. er Dam, Ky. square, lean meat as posslblo, because tho suggested tho princi whole work of the farm. The youngbut to ono and a half inches Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, making them about equal In sizo, so curing hardens it. All lean trim- ples merely as a basis for discussion est, who Is only ten yearn old, Coroner E. P. Hodgers. cannot accomplish much, but ho does Ky. mings should be saved for sausage nnd criticism. evenly. they try out lnnnngo to watch the cows and to Timo of Meeting 1st Monday In, FISCAL COURT. a quart and fat trimmings for lard. The other Tour Into tho kettle about carry cans of milk or baskets of butFebruary; lft Monday In April; 1st of water, then fill It nearly full with half of tho carcass should be cut up Greatly Benefited hy Cliambcrlnln'tt ter. Meets Tuesday after fint Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuTablets. cuttings. Tho fat will then In similar fashion. tho lard I fee the girl filnietlnies; per- In January, April nnd Octobor. gust; 1st Monday in Octobor; "I am thankful for the good I have fectly well, never complains she Is "heat and bring out tho greaso without Ment Trimmings And Fat Trlmmincs. nnd never 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday in December. After thn rnro.iss has linnn rut m received by using Chamberlain's Tab- asks for anything except occasionalburning. Cook tho lard over a modRoute 3. County nonrd of Examiners E. S. erate fire. When starting tho tem- and tho places aro trimmed nnd shap- lets. About two years ago when I ly for n warm petticoat, or a hood to perature should bo about ICO degrees ed properly for tho curing process, bogan taking thorn I was suffering keep her bend and neck warm and dry 2nd District Sam L. Slovens. Dcav' Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Duff. F. and should bo run up to 195 de- there are considerable pieces of lean a great deal from distress after eat- when she Is working In the Holds. 3rd er Dam. Q. H. Drown, Simmons District Jan. 25 and 2C Common School grees P. Frequent stirring Is neces-sar- k meat, fat meat and fat which can be ing, and from headache and a tired, There nre hundreds of girls doing th.it I th District C. V. Howe, Center-town- . Dlplotnn Examination. used for making sausage and lard. languid feeling due to indigestion work all over France. Youth's prevont burning. When the to May 10 and 11 Common School cracklings aro brown in color and Tho fnt should be separated from tho and a torpid liver. Chamberlain's Cth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . Diploma Examination. enough to float, tho lard should lean and used for lard. Tho meat Tablets corrected these disorders in a light May 17 and 18 County Teachers" bo removed from tho fire. Press the should be cut into convenient pieces short timo, and since taking two AS HAVE OTHER HUN THINGS Cth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. bottles of them my health has been Examination (white). the cracklings nnd uso them to pass through tho grinder. fat from good," writes Jlrs. M. P. Harwood, Man Complains That H!s German. 7t!i District B. F. Illco, Fordsvlllo. May 24 and 2G County Teachers' to make crackling bread or feed them Made Clock Has Completely Gone 8tli District B. C. Rhoades. Hart Examination (colored). m chickens. When tho lard Is PLENTY OK KKKSH AIK IS OOI Auburn, New York. .to tho to the Bad. ford, Routo 5. HHAIiTH INHUKANCE Juno 22 nnd 23 County and State removed from the fire, allow It to Teachers' Examination (white). AMKUICAN SOLDIKUS To aid cooling stir tho cool a little. My old alarm clock has jtono to HARTFORD. Do not closo up tho house the first Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd Stato ItHSPKCT non smash. That mny not be u news Item lard. This also tends to whiten the Mayor J. E. Bean. Tenchors' Examination (colored). and mako it smooth. Then cold day. lard nor It may not Interest you, but up at The best protection against colds Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County nnd State- In the first drive an Amorlcan pla- our home the fact Hint tin alarm clock strain it through a muslin cloth into and influenza is plenty of fresh air. Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. toon, after advancing several kilo- wouldn't go any more was an event of Teachcrs' Examination (white). 'tho containers. Open all tho doors several times a meters, came Into possession of a Interest. It was ticking away on tlie E. P. Caseblcr. Marshal Sept. 27 nnd 28 County and State Whon removing lard from a conuso, take It off evenly from day and thoroughly air tho whole building which had been a German shelf at n quarter to 11 the night of tainer for regimental headquarters. Personal July 17. I took It up to wind It. One the surface exposed. Do not dig house. Fresh air is more quickly heated effects scattered about, a tM, and rattleteliank, ,Ks b:ium ah We Knock the Spots Out of Thln&j down into tho lard nnd take out a WILL YOU acoopful, for when this is dono it will than stale, hence it saves fuel as well lineal, maps and documents on tables Something went nil to pieces in the TAKE ns health to have good ventilation. and racKs told or tho precipltato de- works. leave a thin coating around tho sides More twists, shaking, putting the All winter have at least one screen parture of the romnnder and his staff of tho container which will become cluck to ear and final determination In the room which hud been the ofrancid very quickly by tho action of in a window in each room. Cover It with muslin an old flour sack Is ex- fice of tho commandant was a dead that It wns done for. I thought to the air. Dry Cleaned and Press td U look It over before depositing A Triatawl cellent for this purpose. In this wny dog. Attached to his collar was a nsh can. On the back was It In the French Suporlwr Manner. scratched fresh air Is secured without u draft metal tube. In the tube was BnFVLV Sr mesfor WEAK. the month nnd day of the purchase In With Clean-linos- and dirt is kept. out. XRht Poultry sage caling for assistance from a Ger- 11)12. I was looking on the face for Send ui jour Garments and Kas LUNGS or Sleep at night with tho windows man machine gun nest, which, at the the hist time and studying It closely. Them open. The body replaces tho waste time of reading, had long since fallen Then down nt the bottom I saw In CONSUMPTION among Many diseases are common of tho day during tho sleeping hours into American CLEANED CLUAN hands. Tho dog, small letters: "Made In Germany." chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese and and plenty of oxygen Is its first aid. trained as a message bearer, bail There It hud boon ticking away on the Packages called for and uollver pigeons, some of which aro highly InA quick relict for thai tired, frrllnc. A New Stunt With Old Potatoes. been dispatched with tho call for shelf year after year, sounding Its couchi, paint in elicit nliht iwriti. hrmoi Disease germs pass rapidfectious. alarm regularly, ond yet never before THE Those who grow potatose for their help, had been struck by a shell ihicci, weak (unci or coniumplion. II it iotm ELTE PRESSING Ctllf ly from bird to bird of tho Hock, nnd own use aol betp you il coals jron nothing. or who buy large quantities fragment, as wns evidenced by a had I noticed that detested Ir.scrlptlon. -- may bo carriod by one means or anProbably If I had It would have gone Lock Box Ota A. Iva Nail, Prop. and store them are puzzled sometimes wound In his side, and hud struggled OHIO MEDICAL GO. Into the ash can long before. COLUMBIIo other to neighboring (locks, produc- as to how to dispose of the shriveled, on to the headquarters only to find HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. ing extenslvo outbreaks, or epizoo wrinkled Just like a lot tubers that remain on their it abandoned. Ho will be remember- Germany" things of other "Made In tics. Sanitary and other methods hands in spring because they are ed and respected by the American were around until Hint we didn't know late we fouud them oul. which have been found successful in GOOD not altogether satisfactory for cookLEMON, KK BHKI7T tho control of poultry diseases may ing or planting. The Scientific platoon as one servant of the Kaiser Hut the old Geriann clock Is busted, who nobly did his duty and died. the works have gone to smash, It has the uJ bona U HW J. Sod Boitnl CaBi great annual materially reduce the American suggests the following plan sounded Its Inst nhirin, nnd us I modi-tate- d Botlncii, Short Hud, Tipe Writing and Tcloorsahri losses in the flocks if they aro proper- which many doubtless will find It to The Stars and Stripes. Your Money Back Thtl old tn.l tufittnlUt on It I thought how true of ly applied. Oollrcp can do mcrii tor Drnnitbon TralnJm;. the everything else "Made In Germany," their advantage to file away and give jtrat I lal ewt tail lownr nnlnir that liaftinnm mtn InrintwA. 'nn rcnrlnc Xlek talamS When . on nave Backache tho liver Including can tako it at cnltrq'.ur lu tnmL Wrlto Utlav Juggernaut a practical tryout next spring. P",ltlm.Xlplomfttianlr4 or kidneys aro sure to bo out of gear. 10 years the the building,war machine, DEllGflON'S riUCTUUL lll'SIXKXX CULLKUf ttpwlal OnunforUOTi In with which On the shelf of a dark cupboard or Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho mnirnt KinplurnMvit. t'dueh. Kr ThoDMIiaa nt fat Ttattcr Method Of Knrm Ilutchcrliig. on the floor In part of the cellar to liver, kidneys and bladder A trial the kaiser wns to ride untriimmeled usual farm method of cutting Tho 50c bottle will convince you. Get It over all the rest of the world. The which light never penetrates spread a Won of a. Lxlr lMaclfiaJ. IdJ ladlna ltnllo( IM up a hog is to sover the ribs on each works "Is busted."!:. E. K., In SyraBeaton. Ci bu&4 bonwa. Yoirtloulan,4ln. 46-layer of dry soil an inch or so deep at tho drug store WILBUR R. SMITH ma UXINQTON, KY, cuse side of tho backbone, take out tho and into this press tho old potatose backbone, and split the carcass down so You Creditor couldn't ride ElE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE that only tfhout half of the bulk the middle. The ribs aro taken out of each projects above tho soil. Care around in your fino automobile if Mustard Gas Invented Here. And Fitting of Glasses you paid pour honest debts. The report that an American Inbefore tho sides, are "blocked." An- must bo taken that no tuber touches THI Debtor That's so. I'm glad you ventor laid before ati agent of the buother method Is to split with a saw any of its neighbors. Sprinkle them 0WENSB0R0. KY. 8EWINC reau of mines IS months ago a formmid-lin- e as or cleaver as near tho lightly with water but don't do this look at It in the same light that I do ula for mustard gas, which the GerMACAWS possible. Then divide each half inIlostou Transcript. OP mans are now supposed to be using, Is parts, head, shoulder, middle too frequently, the soil should never to four be really damp or tho growth or mold to be tuken up by the American InQUALITY. LIV-VER-LAX .and hams. Remove- - tho leaf if this will be encouraged. ventors' association. The allegation s not dono before. Peel the leaf brought to the intention of the assoAfter a timo little white spots will "backward with the fingers, starting ciation nt Its meeting tho other day potatoes nnd begin to appear NOT at the front end. Tho kidneys arc In at length these on tho devclopo Into wns to the effect that Benjamin P. SOLD will Brooks, chief chemist of the Commerthis fat. small potatoes which, when they atcial Research company of Flushing, L. The head is generally removed ANY tain the size of small walnuts, may I., gave a formula to the government the carcass is split in halves. bo gathered and cooked in tho usual OTHER bureau and heard nothing more from NAME. 'Cut about an inch back 'of tho ears, manner. Thoy have an oxcellunt flaIt. A few months ugo It was found waking a complete circle around tho vor and make an excellent dish. Tho Germany hit upon the gas, bead. If the cut does not happen to production of now tubers in this way Mrs. Godden Tells How It ing to F. had llemen, president accordWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. J. of tho strike the atlas Joint, twist tho head will continue for many months IfyoupurchaxatlicNKW' May be Passed in Safety HOMKyouwHl ussocIatlon.Wushlngton Slur. until 4iad it will yiold. The fattest part of Feci right nil tho time. Dontlayot- - havealiroaMrtatUieir)cyoupay,amwlll finally there is nothing left of the and Comfort from work for days by taking calome not imve an endlcwtclmln of repair. -the head can bo used for lard and tho original potatoes but tho skins. Fewer Japanese Silks. j.'miti .ii Sf- "'. more lleshy parts may be used for Just as we hud learned lo value Jap- on your feet, while reliovincyourtroujb It is absolutely essential that the Fremont, O. "I was passing through anese silks niul crepes nnd so on, ausago or headcheese. Is Tho Jowl lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don "Ti"" ' ' IT "Cr QuaL'ty "patch" dovotcd to tho growing of the critical period of life, being forty- I II a us KiilistllnloM In tlipsn time: tako anything else. You can't affort sometimes used for cooking with potatoes In this way bu totally I I Considered dark six years or age and of fchortugo of so tunny materials, wo ! Eliminates poisons, clenneea or baked beans nnd In tho .sauerkraut had all the sympfor if- any light roaches them con em, nnd rehevea consUnntion. A nat it u the I that certitlu tdilpx vnciiBcd In the spring with turnip greens. toms incidenttotlmt in iiauciiuns, sure I astern trade, and that brought us urin cfrect'and Ono. hnlf Mw p'irM.4Q ultmil,! lin tinuously thoy tend to send out shoots change heat HashCheapest certain in reaulte. If fa Us sprouts instead of potatoes nH Is es, nervousness, and these (serviceable und churminK uu- - won't bo long beforo placed on a cutting tablo and cut up. or wit desired. was in a general run terluls, linvo been loaned to tho lm completely displace calomel in evert n the cad (tat off tho front foot about 1 Inch down condition, so perlal goveruuieut, and that has ere- - homci Children can tako it freely an? knee, nnd the hind foot tho ihnvo tho to buy. it was hard for me a ted u Bctircltv In truiisnortutloii fa- -' with perfect safety. Every bottlo sruar- ' to do my work. cilltles. sumo distance above the hock. Tho About Croupe. So KcorRi'ttes, crepe do anteed. 60cand SI in bottles., Non jf you wnnt a sewing machine, wrlto fori Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a ,.i.i... ... .,. ,.... .... . If your children aro subject to , rcnulno without tho likeness nnrl Blrmn feet can be used to maku pickled pigs' 10 iiiniiuowiui jruu jjurviutw. Vegetable Com- ciiim-B- iiiiu bu un, iiru iiuueiii.. uiu iibi r: tiirn-t- x turo For 6alo by feet or pigs' feet Jelly. Tho shoulder croupe, or If you havo reason to foar of growing scarcities und udviiiiclm; The New Home Sewins Machine Co., Orange, Massi pound was recomcut is mado between the fourth audi their being attacked by this disease, mended to me as the prices. Added to this, little silk Is i. il. WILLIAMS. - Hartforat M 's best remedy for my coining from the French und Italian fifth ribs. Remove tho ribs from tho you should procure a bottlo of i Cough Remedy und study UUUUIl'S, WHICH II markets. .shoulders, also tho pleco of backbono i.?;,viUAgJt.iaj surely proved to be. I feel better and which may bo attached. Cut lcoso tho directions for uso, so that In case stronger In every wny since taking n-ii Ui M it, 1 Her Record Still Still. to tho ilbs In removing thorn, so ns of an attack you will know exactly and tho annoying symptoms havo disapWV tfifli. FiXZ (.' YmsXWmB&WVnssmameml i;- a i; V &X ?' ii A certain fniully has u colored serv" Mrs. M. Godden, 025 Nato leave as much meat on tho shoul- what courso to pursue This Is n peared. Wk&' ant who, while very attentive to her der as posslblo. Those tire spare ribs favorite and vory successful roinedy poleon St, Fremont, Ohio. S . Such annoying symptons ns heal duties, Ikih never been known to give '.". tat fi SSHf croupe, and It Is vory Important anil make an oxcollent dUh when for Ztlld flashes, nervousnsss, backache, headanybody it civil uitHwcr. Purely us an jH - M tu-- l '4 fried or baked. If only a small that you obnorve tho directions cure-full- ache, irritability nnd "the blues," tr.a a.. -experiment, the luily of the houga i EiSsaraManitfarMVjrtd: kai 4J U amount of cured tinmt U dtwlrad, tliw in bo speedily overcome and the eysten brought hur u now calico drew, und i r i. ivti;ln f il.1. restored to normal conditions by tl' -jop of tho uhnulder may b cut off Dism! - 1 JW v let f - f , , , gave it to her, Kolug: , J tiU'l fcniti!. i ;.5 ttt. " 'Tain' manners to tulk while famous root and herb remedy Lydia K d that dUtune from tho peVc ca about (K h.jil - , -- drrfiuii tea it "I (tin Kind to huvo tu pletiuie, Pinkham's VegeUbl Coin)ound. I(ecuir.ir. .d ,i L,y Jyd malion to)) und parallel to it. The fat of the you'a eatin'," laid Mlsa Miami Tod. JJntlldy, of giving you th's ilns." aE. If any complications present the-selriik.iMin iU.l. Ca. tor f.n "No," unawcrod Mr.. Bras t us Plnli-- ; shoulder top may be lined for lard write Uw llnkham Medians 0 "Ver uiout hub I,. 4 (Ut latoanire , Ah.'sl.tt. vo.tJur for lu. oi cat.-ih"an wit food sosrc lik it is, Lynn, Maui., fur angles tinu bad thu loan inoat tor slaak r roaata. Ions ni:o ef yr UU auy regard fa' mj ovtreoma theia. reao't ftHfUnga," was Up frMlwM ly.-Chicag- o It aliould b tritamtd up amoothly. tain' good Judcmaat. uRner." ymrfl expiinc is Tho year g?rvt-,- - . m rtwitt at t"4. Waihlngton stir. Now. The rut trimmluvi ihould le uwd voar letter held in strict coaiaiwuM. Now York, Nov. 24. 1 -- Farm Department PLAN to makk WAIi IMPOSSIMiK Tin n .1 Or Pi.. ,r, DIRECTORY , - 1 . In-c- r, 20. -- cn lit halt-cooke- d Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR GERMINAL REMEDY x. miAi1 msm FOR ONE MONTH il . Flos yr DR. J. H. THORPE S3." USE NEW THAT CHANGE IN bo-fo- re WOMAN'S LIF For Lazy Liver and un,der the Troubles of Constipation. HOME 1 -- r ir .r - i Uv-VcL- ax mhm iMa Chant-berlulu- pr" ... ..i,., it, -- 5J-A- 1 lAf'i y, t' Ul i-- omnii Wants UY'FJ&xmrAST&JBM WM&Wr&&l&3r0XB. 1 iivcry ? wssmmkim u -- one-thir- a ves -. h" tr )' ,rj &&&&&&&) STEADIER HOG MARKETS PLANNED Hog Producers and Packers Confer With Repre- sentatives of the Food Administration and Agricultural Department and Adopt New Plan of Regulation. In accordance with the policy of the Komi Administration since lis founda Hloii to consult representative men In the, agricultural Industry on occasion.1 of Importance to Hpeclul branches of the Industry, on October lit there was (convened In Washington n meeting of the Live (Stock Subcommittee of the .Agricultural Advisory Hoard nnd the special members representing the swine Industry to consider tint sltuntlon In the hog market. The conference' lasted for three days, nnd during this time met with the vwiitlve committee of the fifty packing firms participating In foreign orders ,for pork products and with the member of Uie Kood Administration directing foreign pork purrhnseK. The conclusions of the conference were ns follows: The entire marketing situation hns . producer nnd the Insurance of an ade- no changed since the September Joint uunto future supply, lliese foreign orders nre placed conference ns to necessitate an entire upon the bnslH of cost of hogs to the Mlterallou In the plans of price packer. The current peace talk has As the result of ulurined the holders of corn, nnd there be'ween this body long negotiations uid the Puckers' Iran been n price decline of from Committee, representing the 45 to fiO cnts to 40 cents per bushel. The fact p:i(kcrs participating in foreign orthat the accumulations of low priced ders, together with the Allied buyers, corn In the Argentine nnd South Afrl-e- all under the Chairmanship of the would, upon the ndveiU of peace Kood Administration, the following has been given by the packnnd liberated (shipping, become avail-nbl- e ers; d to the Kuropcan market has In view of the undertakings on the n great deal of niprelieunlo on part of the Kood Administration with iho part of corn holders. This decline legard to the purchnses has spread fear among swine growers of pork products, covered In the in the prices that a similar reduction It Is agreed that the packers of hogs would naturally follow. More- participating In these orders will unover, the lower rango of corn prices dertake not to purchase hogs for less than the following agreed mlnlmums would, If Incorporated In n lflto-- l obviously result In n continuously for the month of November, that Is a falling price for live hogs. In view dally minimum of $17.50 per hundred pounds on average of these changed conditions many excluding throw-outs- . of packers' droves, "Throw-outs- " swine producers anticipated lower lo nc denned as n zs iiihIit inn prices and as n result rushed tholr l)0lmtjj,r Uxfi boarSf thin sows and 'hogs to market in large numbers, and skips, lurtlier, that no hogs of any this ovcrshlpment bus added to nnd kind shall be bought, except throvv-outnt less than S10..10 per hundred aggravated the decline. The average of packers' The Information of the Department pounds. droves to be construed as' the average y 'of Agriculture Indicates that the of the total sales In the of hogs hns Increased nbout 8 per hogs for a given day. market of all highest unnlllclal esti- to be based on Chicago. All the above rcent., whllo the mate does not exceed 15 per cent. InWe agree that a committee shall be creased production over last year. On appointed by the Kood Administration fthe other hand, the nrrlval of hogs to check the dally operations in the lurlng the last three weeks In the various markets with a view to superseven great markets hns been 27 per vision and demonstration of the carrycent, more than Inst year, during the ing out of the above. The ability of the packers to carry corresponding period, demonstrating out arrangement will depend on the unusually heavy marketing of the therethis being n normal marketing of mailable supply. In the face, of the bogs based upon the proportionate Inexcessive receipts some packers have crease over the receipts of last year. not maintained the price agreed last The Increase In production nppears to 'month. On the other baud, ninny be a maximum of about 15 per cent, of the packers have paid over the and we can handle such an Increase. 'price offered to them in nn endeavor If the producers of hogs should, ns . to maintain the agreed price. The re-- , they hnve In the past few weeks, presuit In any event has been a failure maturely market hogs In such Increasto maintain the October price unit ing numbers over the above It Is enj determined upon nt tin September con tirely beyond the ability of the packference nun uiitiiTuiKcn uy iiih pars- - ers lo maintain these mlnlmums, and Jen. Another lacior communing u therefore we must have the jthe break In prices during the month of the producer himself to mainhas been the Influenza epidemic; It tain these results. It Is a physical lias sharply curtailed consumption of impossibility for the capacity of Unpork products nnd temporarily de packing houses to handle a similar creased the labor staff of the packers over-flooof hogs and to find n market about 2.r per cent. for the output. The packers are nnr-louThe exports of 130,000,000 pounds to with the producers of pork products for October com- In maintaining a stabilisation of price pared Willi about fi2.000.OUO pounds and to see that producers receive a fair In October a year ugo, and the price for their products. export orders placeable by the Kood (Signed) TIIOS. K. WILSON, Administration for November, amount Chairman Packers' Committee. to 170,000,000 pounds as contrastThe plan embodied above was adoptthe lesser exports of ed by the conference. ed with 118,000,000 for November, 1017. The The Kood Administrator has appointIncreased demands of the allies are ed a committee, comprising Mr. Thomas continuing, nnd are In themselves K. Wilson, chairman of the Packproof of the necessity for the large ers' Committee; Mr. Kverett llrovvn, production for which the Kood Admin- president of the Chicago Livestock istration asked. The Increase In exMajor Itoy of the Kood Adport demands nppenrs to be amply ministration. Mr. Louis 1). Hall of the sulllclent to take up the Increase In ltureaii of Markets, to undertake the hog production, but unfavorable mar- supervision of the execution of the ket conditions elstlng In October af- - plan in the various markets-- CommisI ford no fair Index of the aggregate sion men fire asked to In supply ami demand. carrying out the plan embodied In' the It must be evident that the enor- - packers' agreement. It must lie evimous shortage In fats In this Central dent that offers by comiulsslon men to (Umpires and neutral countries would sell hogs below the minimum estabImmediately upon peace result in lished above Is not fair, either to the demands for pork products producer or the participating packers. which, on top of tilts heavy shipments Mr. Ilrowu has undertaken on behalf to the Allies, would tend liintcrlnll.v of the commission men In the I'lilted In- J to Increase the American exports, States that they will lojally support asmuVh as no considerable reservoir of the plan. I supplies exists outside of the Knltcd It Is believed by tbe.confercuce that' 'Slates. It seems probable that the this new plan, based as It Is upon u present prospective supplies would be positive minimum basis, will bring bet( inadequate to meet this world demand ter results to the producer than aver! with the return to peace. So far ns It age prices for the month. It does not this fact, It up- - limit top prices and should narrow I Is possible to Interpret pears that there should bo even a the margins necessary to country buy. stronger demand for pork products ers In morn variable markets. It Is after the war, and therefore any alarm believed that fhe plan should work out of hog producers as to the effect of close to $1S average. pence Is unwarranted by the outlook. Swine producers of the country will In the light of these circumstance contribute to their own Interest by ill Is the conclusion of the conference not Hooding tbo market, for It must bo that attempts to hold the price of hogs evident that If an excesslvu over perMo the price of coin may work out to centage of hogs Is marketed In any the disadvantage of pork producers, one month price stabilization and con-trlit is the conclusion that any interpre-'tntlui- i cannot succeed, and It Is certain of the formula should be a that producers themselves can contribroad gauged policy applied over a bute materially to the efforts of tbo 'long period. It Is the opinion of the conferences If they will do their markj .conference that in substitution of the eting in as normal a way as possible, The whole situation ns existing at previous plans of stabilization the l.lve Stock .Subcommittee of the Agr- present demands a frank anil explicit j icultural Advisory Hoard, together with assurance from tbo conferees repre-- 1 seated namely, that every possible, ithe specially Invited swine representatives, should accept the Invitation of effort will bo mnile to miilnlnlu a llm I the Kood Administration to Join with hog price commensurate with swine. the Administration and the packers In production costs and reasonable sell.determining l'11' prices at which con- ing values In execution of the declared trolled export orders are to be placed. policy of the Kood Administration to use every agency In Its control to This will be regularly dime. The of these orders will be directed secure Justice to the fanner. The stabilization methods r.optcd to the maintenance of the common object namely, the stabilization of the for November represent the best efjuice of live hogs so as to secure as uir fort of the conference, concurred In us It u possible fulr returns lo the by tlio Kood Adiiiliilsltullon mid the wtnlil-lluitloi- i. cultural ,. ,'iour l the with special v representatives m to Im prove the present unsat s aetory situation, which Inih unfortunately resulted because of tbo Injection of uncontrollable factum. We nsk the producer to with ns In n most difficult task. The members of the Conference were : Producers If. C. Sttmrt, Elk Garden, Vn., Chairman Agricultural Advisory Hoard; W. M. McKndden. Chicago, III.; A. Sykcs, Ida drove, In.; John M. Evvnrd, Ames, In.; J. II. Mercer, Live Stock Commission for Kansas; J. O. ttrown, Motion, Ind.; E. C. Ilrown, President Chlcngo Livestock Exchange; N. II. Gentry, Scdalla, Mo. ; John (Irattan llroomfleld, Colo.; Eugene Kunk, Uloomlngton, III.; Isaac Lincoln, Aberdeen, S. I).; C. W. Hunt, Logan, Iu.j C. E. Vnncey, V. II. Dod-son. Llvetock ' "( HISTORY HOWLERS. Hero nro aomo history "howlors" which I havo collected in tho course, of my pedagogical career. Julius Caesar came, to Drltian to a punch them for helping tho Gauls. Agrlcola was a very bravo chief in Britain who first took Christianity. Henry Hudson was a distinguished navigator. King Alfred was a good king, but ho died of an infernal disease. Champlaln camo to Canada to civl-liz- o and Christianize, and open up tho Indians. Tho American Indians had sinewy skin, and long black hair. Tuoy called their women squalls. Tho Indians mado a living by hunting and fishing, some in tents, somo In wigwams, and somo In plain houses. No ono was allowed to explodo around Hudson Hay without permission. Shakcspcro is famous because he Is a bravo man, and done bravo deeds in tho present war. Tho Chief of the Drjtons wears a tunic of bluo sorgo. When the Indians killed a man they took his religion from him. The forefather of the Indians of North America, Is Chrlstophor Columbus. Most of the Indians let their hair grow as long as their feet. A wigwam is an Indian tribe with their tents up. The Indians has red skin, and were very savage, and when they were fighting they used to skin the top of their head and hang them on their belts. Boys' World. m I Net Contents 15Pluid Uracil GAOTORIA Torlnfar'T an riildron. CASTOR ' Mothers Know That Genuine U . nntfAT ' O ' TH?TI ' 'isioria ff f.I.Nl. AVctSclab!cftcpar.itionforAs-- ' fcss' .U30? ., O.. ... .. inm.tenf linivincawmaoisaiiu tftcri. m i 'i n ere-,te- ra-tl- o, s, sup-Ijil- Kood Administration Herbert Hoover, P. H, Snyder, Major E. L. Itoy, O. II. Powell. Department of Agriculture Louis D. Hall, F. It. Marshall. The packers present nnd others sharing In foreign orders were represented by the elected packers' commit tee. Those represented wore : Packers Armour h Co., Chicago, III.; Cudnhy Pncklng Co., Chlcngo, III.; Morris A Co., Chicago, III.; Swift h Co., Chicago, III.; Wilson & Co., Chicago, III.; John Agnr Co., Chicago, 111.; Armstrong Packing Co., Dallas, Tex.; Hoyd Dunham & Co., Chicago, III.; Ilrennan Packing Co., Chicago, III.; Cincinnati Abattoir Co., Cincinnati, O. ; Cleveland Provisions Co., Cleveland, O. ; Cudnhy Hros. Co., Cudnhy, Wis. ; J. Dold Packing Co., Iluffnlo, N. Y.; Dunlevy Packing Co., Pittsburg, I'n.; J. E. Decker & Sons, Mason City, In.; Evausvillc Packing Co., Evuns-villInd. ; East Side Packing Co., Enst St. Louis, HI.; Hammond Standlsb & Co., Detroit, Mich.; (J. A. Ilormel & Co., Austin, Minn.; Home Packing & Ice Co., Terre Haute, Ind.; Independent Packing Co., Chicago, 111.; Indianapolis Abattoir Co., Indianapolis, Ind.; International Provision Co., Iirooklyn, N. Y. ; Interstate Packing Co., Winona, Minn. ; Iowa Pucklr.g Co., Dcs Moines, In.; Powers Heg Co., Jacksonville, HI.; Klngiiu & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.; Krey Packing Co., St. Louis, Mo. ; LnJ;e Erie Provision Co., Cleveland, O. ; Ln'y-to- n Co., .Milwaukee, Wis. ; Oscnr Mayer V Ilro., Sedgwick nnd Ilecthovcn streets, Chicago. III.; J. T. McMillan Co., St. Paul, Minn.; .Miller & Hart, Chicago, III.; J. Morrcll fc Co., Ottum-wu- , In.; Nuckolls Packing Co., Pueblo, Colo.; Ogden Pncklng and Provision Co., Ogden, Utah; Ohio Provision Co., Clevelnnd, O.; Parker Webb & Co., Detroit, Mich.; Iitlsburg Packing and Provision Co.. Pittsburg, Pu.; Itnth Packing Co., Wnterloo, la.; Itobcrts & Oake, Chicago, III.; Kobe & Hros., City; W. C. Itouth & Co., I)gans-lort-, Ind.; St Imls Ind. Packing Co., Mo.; Sluclalr & Co., T. M. St. Cedar Itaplds, In.; 'ulllvnn & Co., DeProvision troit, Mich. : Theurer-Norto- n Co., Clevelnnd, O. ; Wilson Provision Co., Peoria, III.; Western Packing and Provision Co., Chicago, 111.; Charles Wolff Packing Co., Topeka, Kau. e, New-Yor- ThcrclylVomoUnPtecston .Cheerfulness ana isi.wuul neither Onlum,MorpWJicnor .Mineral. Not Nahcotic Always Bears tho Signature of hf n c fiaaomesi'aamaEs rsMw. S?E fr?.3 1 hanMStytr llbnnSnl In Ks$H'?r SSHb iit&d tr-rr. Constipation and Diarrhoea !resu1linillicrcfrnjnjnfaniy. The Simile Sijnatnreot !..,.. I RnmHvfbr II an"b"P Tire r r At Use For Over WWW srtHJti! t55 ftc SK8 TJEWU. Citato Compact: Thirty Years d s We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). Wo also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, Send at Silver and Uridge-woronco by parcol post and receive cash by return mall. MAZER'S TOOTH Sl'ECIAIiTV, Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th Iltl2 St., Philadelphia, Pa. k. We buy old FALSE TEETH HAD 'EM IN HIS POCKET. " ' . "Oh. dear." walled the Eastern Star mother. "I told you not to fight, and hero you come homo from school all bruised up, your clothes torn, nnd you have lost two teeth!" "No, I hain't, mom," protested tho young scout, "I got 'em in my pocket." KOTAIUANS HOLDING JOBS OPEN FOB MEN. DECISION. (Now York World.) The announced determination of tho President to go abroad for tho Peace Conference will be generally regretted throughout the country. That ho should go as an equal partici pant in tho conference with the delegates from other countries has clearly been given up, and for obvious reasohs. Tho evident purpose is to place himself in a position where his vlows can tho more readily bo im pressed upon tho conference whether in the shaping of the peace treaties or in forwarding his own cherished ideal of n League of Nations. Hut where in Europe can there be found a rostrum for such expression equal to that of the Hall of the House at Washington, in the immediate presence of tho Representatives of 100,000,000 people? It certainly can not be found In the secluded locality of Versailles, where tho conference Is likely to sit, or at Brussels or elsewhere should its place of meeting be changed. Nor can it bo found in London or some other European center without denying to the argument its whole force of close propinquity to the conference. President Wilson's great and wonderful leadership of the world In respect of war alms and peace terms and a League of Nations to make future war impossible was gained and held In all of Us outward expressions from that rostrum at Washington. He can not find one in all Europe from which his voice will carry further or sound with greater power around tho world. 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The Itotarians also adopted a resolution proposing to bring back to Loulsvillo all young men who left the city to enter tho servlco or war Industrial or office work, and to support a definite reconstruction policy for Loulsvillo. The Itotarians wore given a of tho tloat which will repre sent tho club tomorrow in tho Victory pageant, and wero thanked by W. II. Kayo, District Food Administrator, for tholr recent work In chocking sugar acounts of grocers. Service flags wero presented to representatives of soven Hotnry families having mombors in tho sorvlco. A surpriso feature vvaa a rapid-fir- o witty speech by Strickland Glllllan, tho Baltlmoro newspaper and maga- zino writor and humorist. Elwood Street, who was to havo spoken on "Industrial Preparedness,"" was 111 with Influenza and unablo to appear. JOHN FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. (VI a1ggjgg::::::::.":::::is:::iis:i::::M;jBfa7 CASTOR. 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A. raw jqf?i:t:t:'"'""?TiJaam FIRST THANKSGIVING "After tlie first harvest Governor Dratl. ford declared a day of thnnkKRlvlnfj, nnd, tlicro lielng but little food In tho town, ncnt four men out fowllnc. that tttcy might rcjolco tho more." Old American History. vvramy mwMmSm WAS on nn nutunln , CV IfKX ? I i'VWSf littite maam Sf.H TT--T SI ranged row morning, wln-nTwo li u n d r o d yearn nK, Four Mturdy riy lighting mouth men ip . c b. u;cmn Yst hi YsSaryy s) OTSsssssjgsfHSsro? ATvTrror'l 71 VJT3 tac&axzxzm f VjW I iXkUa!1a&JJ&32li ;- -r I The Red sumac flames across the hill, And in each woodfrinp,ed hollow. On; That "Spanking" New Fall Suit or Overcoat is in Order Now. Be one of the first of the Fashion Leaders. DON'T be a back number. The new, snappy gar- lYinnfc fTArn if ttrtMH lnnnnphnn Infant tn - l fncf ideas. When thinking of good clothes a man most always think of us first. There's a reason for this l- Marchod In a i v Calls, "Follow, follow, followl" The pumpkins gleam like vagrant gold. The grain is silver shining; The very cloudt a we unfold, To show a rosy liningl autumn breeze among the trcet Aclown tho winding path Hint led Knr from tho Hlccplns tnjvn. To where tho tril nnd ln.illard spd Across tho marshes brown nn p Cj3sSrtE?annm IS tm..(?-m- . (r.i(4i. k- -- rswe&-r'-- cieh sol liore, And earn besides had not pNtola and rSSBfty Iliamiorilv Ntoro a VSK2fisii&vj tft Of powder nnd of : Mi:M ' V S .fc. 'i ', ,; . " .t m i ii&ssea&js&a w iiif" riS55ss jm ' . jh :a MESSr iri n 4tot r ww n i gfi!J ill Y Y&fcsJW ?. iT" . j&&fetes3 ir.i'Mri - allot. wlilln Var ;. iratno !. thev ..: ; I vi Wltliln the weeny ten, The savnge mlglit be-- In tho samo And Btart to hunting them. O fi&y,i'v,s , im Mv.WA re ?s "f.l ? ' r . USi-55rrSK- 5J i Over Seas for Freedom. us be glad together that the love of freedom that the Pilgrim Fathers set sail In fragile1 ships to brave the unknown terrors of the Inhospitable New England coast is driving us back over the seas In dreadnaughts to face the known horrors of modern warfare. When that spirit dies there can be no more thanksgiving in America. A3 long as this spirit lives it is always Thanksgiving day, whatever happens, or whatever we may have or may not have for dinner. Let us give thanks that years of prosperity and fatness, years of peace and security, have not served to make us entirely forgot that unless we love freedom more than life, we are already as one dead; unless we know the difference between real peace and selfish security, we are already a conquered people. Let us give thanks for our strength, our wealth and our opportunities garnered under the protection of even a dawning democracy,,, and for the chance to pour them out without stint for the spread of democracy to every corner of our world. ANNE LEWIS PIERCE. . . I ,"SS?XS? n . irvv?ast! LET Red sumac (lames across the hill, Where fading sunlight lingers, And points the way loi me to stray. With soft, enchanted fingers--An- d as I stand beside the way, The world seems throbbing, living And there I feel God's love today, And thank him for Thanksgiving! Clrtitian lit raid 13 it's not an accident. KTfXr.t ?? p S.TK'j'JW? sr',ffia Come, See the New Fall OBJECTED TO for along tho sandy tract: then passed, Is loudly rings trusty piece: Kacli tho sky Is black With swiftly whir ring win si. Down como the victims by the scoie. And still they blazo nway. To slay n plenteous dinner for That first Thanksgiving day. MI MS CUSTQlll Beauties Stripes, Plaid3, 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. l Observance of Thanksaivinrj Was a Period in Southern Not Popular States. INK volleys through Till And for my Kitty Gray. from tho slaughter they I'm thankful for the big outdoors forbear Where I can run and play. To gather up the slain: I'm thankful for the thjngs that grow, Then with t h o r The apples aren't they good? quarry laden The corn where v;c played hide-an- d down. seek With step elate nnd pay. These doughty men of Plymouth town As in a little wood. Go on their homeward way. thankful for the pumpkins round, I'm Just like a golden ball, big and queer And They don't scare me at all. I'm thankful for Thanksgiving day, b vyy. ' rT l For pies all in a row; NOWS'T thou." cried ono with I'm thankful Grandma made them mien, vauntlns . sweet, "Upon tho Holy She knows I like them so. Word. These savages 1'vo I'm thankful for the turkey, to seen. iiever How brown it is. and nice! Though much of And I'd be very thankful, please, them I've heard. For only one more slice. MethlnkB they are a sorry crew, And much would I delight Elizabeth H. Thomas, ia Youth's To fall upon a score or two Companion. And wage a merry llghtl" WIFT eank each heart In sudden DAY'S NEW MEANING 1 I'm thankful for a lot of things, I'm thankful I'm alive, tho I'm thankful that I'm six years old, misty nlr Instead of only five. Go echoing o'er I'm thankful for my tops and toys the plain. IllKSilSiE Li;.tn' VjtH -. m s, tpl "MTftsar sand Incontinently lied. Ij 11(1 j iSf. ll TtPU iri$Mul JyiKil Iv1 1 i -- fear. Then paled each ruddy nose. 'As If In answer from the rear The Pequot yell arose. s &a&53- r- It filled the boasting hunter band With overpowering dread: They dropped their arms and o cr tho This Year National Rejoicing Is Alloyed With Thought of Glad $ SttSS Sacrifice. JrpT$xm EESH, . ducks and Their quickly fleeing heels, Whllo borno upon the gusty wind. In terilfyinc peals. p savago came of tho The Unto the flying four. And though already bpent and lamo It made them run the more. N VIEW of the grim war-whoo- liln.l J On toward their Hearing waxlmr oro. A dozen brawny reJa. Right merrily tho arrows sing About tho hunters' heads. And though their aro whirling round. limbs uro And pursuers spring brains flinch faster than before. soal they bound &"fc AIN Is the painted I'fMiuoi a coatTheir ruso was badly planned: The musketeers have set a pace Tho savjge ennnot sutnu. Sliced, speed, yo hunters, speed your Tiia tui.e Is nearly won, Ann show tl'.at though you cannot fight You well know how to run. NTO town they fly like mad' The train band a& ruklics out; UjcIi man nnd w oman. hid, and Comes crowding to the luut. While frqm behind stockade tlio 2Sl mm r0L girl Tho Itaim tnko aim, And Urho with thov.crs of matchlock balls Tl.o led men back again. vull3 l'ur a very groat number of us, especially the fathers and mothers unil wives of tlic United States, Thursday will be one of 1lie most reallhtlo TIiiiuUskUIiibs we have ever spent. At lnt, after ninny yearn In whleh this national holiday was tiotlilnir more than Unit merely. In fact, an occasion for feasting and gaththis disering and pleasure-seekintinctly American day is to mean something very real and Intimate to us all. .lust slmt message and benefit It brings to us will depend largely. If not wholly, upon ourselves. And the character of our appreciation of the blessings that have come to us will measure (be depth of our patriotism and love of country. We are not of those who believe tho whole sacrifice belongs to (ho man who has gone away to light. As much In ome cases even more bravery ami courage and devotion to duly and to country have been necessary on the part of those who remained behind. And we are certain that llioso who stop at home will, on (his coming riiuuksglvlug. realize more completely than they have heretofore that the call Fate has made upon American manhood nnd womanhood is Indeed an opportunity for service, not merely a disagreeable duty to be shirked ! possible. For only If the men In (he ranks, and equally the men and women at home who support nnd encourage them, enter this :ir in .such a spirit of glad, eager sacrifice will It ever bring us more than disappointment urn! regret and teriible loss. So let Thursday be u day of gladness, not of .oitow. I.et your tears, if tears there be as you sit beside the empty chairs, bo evidences that your heart rejoices In (he realization that your sou or husband or brother or friend was bravo enough and willing enough, yes, eager enough, to risk ull that selfish men buhl dear ami desirable that his country mlglit win houor and security through his blood. TO g I CUSTOM AN OLD ONE Pages of History Filled With Record of Days Set Aside for Giving Thanks. States (bat our day Is peculiarly an American custom of New Kngland origin. This Is true in part only. The through many general observaii'-years of a set day on whleh to give (hanks to Almighty God for bis blessings has r.uul" the custom distinctively American; but Its origin long antedates the settlement of this western continent and we must look elsewhere for it. In old Kgypt, when the harvest had been gathered, It was the custom to observe a day of feasting and to lay offerings upon the altars of IsIs, the goddess of agriculture. The Jewish festival was the "Ingathering," or the "I'ea.st of the Tabernacle," mentioned in Kxndus unil other parts of the Old Tchlninent. This was more particularly a thanksgiving for tho fruit harvest, hut us It came at the close of the entire harvest It probably was intended also as a general thanksgiving "for the bounty of nature." The goddess of Ihe llnuinn harvest was (.lores. Her fc.su wd was celebrated annually and was called Oeralla. It was n day of worship and rutle sports. Men and women formed processions and went to the llelds with music. In one way or another, a Thanksglv-lu- g day hail heen observed In Christian rhirope for centuries before Us celebration In New Ihigland.. The early Christians kept such days as the bishops named them within (heir jurifdlc-(Inn- . On the continent, ami for a tlmo In Kiigland. It ocean cd at Martinmas, which was a day of feasting and thinking. Occasionally, too, civic authorities recommended the observance of bonie llxcd day. United TIIR Idea Is prevalent throughout TTN the South Thanksgiving day was practically unknown until Jv". In that, yen r Governor .Tones of Virginia sent a letter to Ihe Mate legislature urging a recognition i. the day Men's Suits $14.00 to $30.00 that he might Issue a proclamation for Men's Overcoats Its observance; but be was ndvlsed $7.50 to $25.00 that us most of the citizens of the Youth's Suits $7.50 to $20.00 state regarded this day as "a relic of I'urituulc bigotry." he ought not to Youth's Overcoats $5.00 to $15.00 urge Its observance. Children's Knee Suits $3.50 to $12.50 years later (Jovernor Wise, the Two successor of Jones, without asking adChildren's Overcoats $2.00 to $6.00 vice of the legislature. Issued a proclamation, and the people. gtiernlly throwing aside their prejudice, observed Ihe day. In the next yenr, 1CS, right goverAre you as patriotic as your neighbors? nors of southern stutes Issued proclamations after the model of New DisRemember the Flag of Liberty. tant!, calling upon their people to observe the last TliuiMlay in November BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS. as a day for thanksgiving. lint the Civil wnr was at hand, and (be bitterness engendered In the long controversy over slavery caused many violent opponents of the North to oppose the proclamation, because of the Introduction of n "Yankee custom." Undoubtedly our present ThanksgivHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ing day has Its prototype In Hie Plymouth thnnkglvlng festival of 1(121. It has been asserted repeatedly that lv3unMHHHHKHKiHHHlEflHBilMflHHHillMBHHHHH9MH9VIHif (he Plymouth festival was suggested to the Pilgrims by the Jewish 'Teast of fin Ingathering." If tlie Plj mouth festival has Immediate kinship with similar events In the past. It has-- analogies- with the harvest home of Digland. Tho Pilgrims were familiar with tho KnglMi celebration, and many of them, nn doabt, bad participated In It. The dominant mail; of each was the Joy over the Ingathering harvest. The chief difference between the (wo was the wimt of ceremony at Pl.uiinuth that cliiiracterled (he DikIMi fes(I-a- l. In some pnrls of Digland the merrymaking was around the or "kern baby." nnd In many places the last load of tlie harSuch a condition is possible. The normal person vest was drawn to tlie barn In a wagon called the "hoch cart." In flout went craves music; unconsciously, if not consciously. pipe and tabor, nnd around It gathered is the reapers, men and women, singing necessary to mental health. affords just that emo- Joyously us they proceeded. At Plymouth there wn no ceremony. There tional stimulus requiredto lift the mind from its was no harvest song so familiar In 1 Carson (EL Co MMaHiBHn Are You it STARVED FOR MUSIC Without Realizing It? ," It It i lit I to the barley mow; to the nuin lirrr'i Who very wfll can Both luriou' nml plough nrd sow. li fatherland: JIiri's health Time for habitual channels. In It is refreshing, life-givin- evening of music means relaxation sleep and An dreamless 'The Thanksgiving seaou Is a good I time to examine self and see If there l nnytlilng In our life (bat hinders the progress of tlie nclghboihnod. It may be that we are standing In (ho way of community progress unawares, it may be (hat while we feel that we are leaders we should be followers or at least ono who works with others insle.nl of In advance of thorn. Society does not care whether we lead r whether our neighbor leads. Whnt society wants Is progress uml we will lie held respoiisibio if wi do not our own peculiar views If necessary for tho welfare of the neighbor-acofuc-rlfl- THE NEW EDISON The Phonograph With a. Soul' You have all (ho world's best music rendered by the world's greatest artists. And you have it d. SOMETIMES with such complete perfection that it is utterly impossible for you or anyone else to distinguish the artist's own performance from that of theNewl'Minon. This has been proved not once but hundreds of limes in the famous tone tests in which the artist lias sung or played in direct comparison with the Now lCdison. In not one instance have the listeners been able to distinguish artist from instrument. Let music brighten your life. Make it it genuine resource as well as entertainment. Call at our store and listen to the New Edison, fSz mmm.Jim O II EVEN EXCHANGE were wtlcoir.ca mole. Since hroes first wcro known. Thau were the so goodly men ana lour Thnt brought the dinner home. Tor Plymouth tupboaids ull were bare, Of food they'd seen the last Until tho hunterH brought the fare To gayly break tho fust. bo nCliN o r ytho of in e m theso men. May Ilnidford'a flourish, loo, A ' monument for each of tlu'iii Would be but proper duo: For they brought KUOKH o'er Tkssh a FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY (INCOIU'OKATKD) JAKE WILSON. ' Manager. FORDSVILLE, KY. yK time, day of feast nlway, Of HruUful chant, of gladsome chlm. A In a marry To 11m board, they Urou&ht ttt turkr. Willi im aLuRiiuf KMiaoy uifXad: Noom they look wp our tartlo Xt w.s tUrim wbo woe bluffed. Real. Day of Thanksgiving. There Is a difference between b"!ng thankful and having u good time. One din enjoy nn elaborate dinner and the Mooting of friends without any uplift ol the lieurt to the (ilver of all good. Make Thanksgiving more than a Jolly dy, a day of fehIvlty and good cheer Landlady (at Thanksgiving dinner) unit friendly coinpunlonxhlp. We should bo thankful for small l'ut mride u poitiuu of It for real Thanks-givin- g nercles. (m him to whom your thunUs IJonrdor (looking at small turkey) are due.' We huvc to be. qgcaaaBwagHranHai No waiting for Hhlpmeat of knitting Tho Ilcd Cross la heir to about ono-huof tho ustutu of needles In Costa Hlco! Tho Uod' tho lato James A. Scrymscr, u New Cross chapter thoro makes them out of coco-bolYork banker. wood. lf o IfififiSudi An omorgonoy call for 1500 Uofugoo French, women omployod mut- nt A. H. 0. Stations In Trance darned trosnaa for a now Amorlcan aviation more than 50,000 pairs of American section, Jn England, was answered by tho lted Cros In a low hours. boldlor eooUs.