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OUR HEROIC DEAD SHALL LIVE. As tho Instantly killed, Vivian IMorco, of Clovorport, nnd Milton Kcono, son of Hill Kconc, ot Trlslcr, wero terribly BY ALLIES SAYS T. R. mangled In a promnturo explosion of n blnst, at Askln, Thursday morning of Inst week. Tho men woro en gaged by the Texas Hallroad In cutStand By Not Dictate To ting down the heavy grade at Askln. limner was tamping n charge of Our Allies, Policy powder In n drill holo when In some Of Teddy. unnccountnblo way tho charge exploded with tho result mentioned. Mr. Davo Tuttlo was kind onough 3. Asserting to telephone us an account of tho acDec. Now York, that the United States litis not done cident Immediately after It occured, nearly as much ns tho Hrltlsh navy: hut our linotype wns broken down, and tho Hrltlsh, French nnd Italian nnd wo wero unable to report tho armies to bring about tho downfall of .matter In our Issue of last week. m Roosevelt dc- Germany, Theodore rlarcd In a statement here tonight ADVERTISING McADOO. that It Is our business to stand by our allies al tho peneo conference. Under a recent act of congress one Ho declared "It sheer nonsense" to suing a railroad company, upon howsays tho American army was lighting ever a trivial charge, must sue Difor President Wilson's famous "four- rector McAdoo personally, ns well ns teen points." Ho mado tho auscrtlon tho nartlcular company against which that "theie was not ono Ainorlcnn sol- - tho KrJovnnco j8 lodged. One sueing dler In ovory thousand who over iinif ,ins ot auo tho nrosldont or lizard of J hem." cashier, or sueing n coal company "The Drltlxh empire Imperative!) docs not suo tho superintendent, then needs tho greatest navy In tho world, why stio Mr. McAdoo ns director of and this we should Instantly railroads? No reason is given hut said tho Colonel. "Our need tho surmise is a reasonable one that for a great navy comes next to hers, It was done for tho purpose of adnnd wo should havo (he wcond navy vertising n futuro Democratic candiSimilarly France date for tho presidency. Politicians In tho world. needs greater military strength than know tho value of advertising. Makwo do, hut wo should have nil our ing Mr. McAdoo personally a defen-deyoung men trained to arms, on tho In all suits against railroad comgeneral lines of tho Swiss system. panies will mako his namoa house"Tho 'freedom of tho sens' Is a hold word throughout tho country, phraso that may mean nnythlng or nnd tho advertising value of tho nothing. If It Is to he Interpreted as scheme will bo worth while from a !ormany Interprets It, Is thoroughly political point of viow. nilschlovous. There must ho no Interpretation of tho phraso that would A SUNDAY WEDDING. prevent tho English navy In tho event of nny futiiro war from repenting the morning, Sunday about nine tremendous service It lias rendered In o'clock, we observed a couplo of j this war. couples alight from an automobile at Must Kwp Colonics. tho north entrance of the court houso "Tho Hrltlsh must, of courso, Keep and proceeded leisurely- toward that they havo conquered. tho colonies edifice. Scenting a bit ot nows, wo "As for this nation, It must keep He proceeded thlthor and found Sergt. absolute economic indepondenco and If. M. Fleener anil Miss Oma Roso on raise or lower Its economic harriers an crranil of matrimony. Mr. C. A. a- - its Interests demand, for we have and Miss Myrtlo Fleener acto look after the wolfare of oui own Hunt companied them. All tho parties Wo must Insist on the worklngman. Morgantown. While preservation of tho Monroo doctrine were from county clerk Hlankonshlp prepared Wo must koep the right to closo tho tho llccnso wo played messenger boy l'annma Canal to our enemies in wnr-tini- und went for Judge Cook. With only and we must not undertake to clerk, judge nnd ourself present, Interfere In European, Asiatic or Afri- tho marriage servlco wns .performed. the can matters, with which wo ought to ;Wo promised not to tell, hut what havo properly no concern." 'newspaper man can keep a good Declaring that "President Wilson Sorgt is a soldier ot lias not given tho slightest ovplnna-o- f story? Taylor, FIconer many months and for why he Camp whnt his views are or las been accustomed to the severe dis- is going abroad," tho colonel "assertresponsible for any Icplino of army regulations, and when ed "ho is himself Judge Cook came boforo the couplo division among the American people Sergt. porform tho ceremony, ns regards the peace conference ut i to Fleener, out of trained habit when in tills time." officer, pormltted the tho prcicnce ot u superior A sup"Ho has nover Mood ntteutlon and saluted. .American people to pass on his peaco passed at tho moment, proposals, nor has hu ever made those pressed smile and a hearty laugh, In which tho proposals clear and straightforward. Sergt. jolnqd, was indulged by all As for the fourteen points, so far us Sergt. Flcimcr people have expressed presont afterward. tho American caino down from Camp Taylor Saturany opinion upon them, it was on Noday and returned Sunday afternoon. vember 5, when they rejected them," wlfo did not accompany him back ho continued, adding that "the Amer- Illscamp. to It was a cultured and ican army was lighting to smash Geragreeable party and wo were pleased many" nnd "tho American people at mooting thorn. Wo heartily conwanted Germany smashed." gratulate Mr. Fleener, and extend a "Tho allies havo never accepted the sinccro wish that his beautiful Hose fourteen points," ho continued, "tho accepted may never fado. United States bus never them. Germany aud Austria euthu-- j COAIi MINER KILLED. plastically nccoptod them. Hero cer- -i tain Individuals, Including President K, M. Hatchor, n coal miner, was Wilson, Mr. Hearst, Mr. Vlorlck, and killed by fulling slnto whllo working u f iiiulnfolmift lr n tin tiilmt nt tirn. Kllb,e- - M1us' JIollay. n"or; Germans and pacifists nnd interna- - "l tll noon. A noavy pieco or smio ion tluunl Socialists havo accepted them, warning on tho unsuspecting but neither the American people, nor without nccopted workmnn, nnd his Hfo wns instantly tho Amorlcan Congress has crushed out. Mr. Hntchor was about them." J35 )ears old, und 'loaves a wlfo but Tho Colonel declared that "Mr. Wilson himself rejected at least ono t no children. . ot tho fourteen outright and has in- i NOTICE TO LAND OWNES. terpreted another in the directly oppoblto sense to Its plain und obvious Attention Is hereby cnllod to meaning," and added that "some of points aro throughly CHAPTER 169 of tho acts of the the fourteen Kontucky. 1918, remischievous under any Interpreta- Legislature of tion," nnd most of tho others uro quiring "every owner, controller and manager oi .anus oo.uur.nK ur vacuo nnd ambiguous. "Inasmuch us Mr. Wilson is going Abutting upon public roads 'to cut. over, it Is earnestly to bo hoped that clear nway. remove and carry from '! the public highways, all nK It is his buslnuss not to try and bo nu our allies and our,""8""3. woeils- - Bhrub. overhanging umplro between trees and all other such enemies, but act loyally as ono of tho said the colonel. "Wo havo structlons along such highways." A great majority of tho peoplo havo not suffered unythlng like as much wo havo not rondored as much already uttonded to this as tho law aud ut few havo not. This ap-tas tho loading allies. It Is nnd partnor-Hrltls- h Hrltlsh navy und tho French, jl'Hes to corporations It is have .ships ns well as individuals. und ltulian armies that a very tho most to bring tho downfall lected that this law, which is one lor wio improvements oi tho safety, ot Gormany and therefore It Is our busi- tho public roads, will bo promptly of tho United States. compiled with without further nostand by our allien." ness to tice. This December, 6, 1918. A FEARFUL ACCIDENT. MACK COOK, County Judge. A. D. KIRK, Count Attorney. Ira Hruucr, of limui luiluw, ws m UMPIRE NEEDED con-coed- ," nt j j j i - -- o, I ' I "'u ' .8 ho ex-do- no teachers will bo paid for tho time schools wero closed on account THE CROWN PRINCE of the epidemic the teachers ot the Hone of our bono and flesh of our flesh felt tho sting of death on for- graded schools nro asking they bo PLEADS HIS CAUSE eign bnttlo fields, dofcndlng our liberty and our lives. Their heroic dust paid the amount such students would Mother nor wife nor havo paid had schools been continumust forever roposo in an alien but friendly land. sweetheart can over know tho hallowed spot where rest till tho Judgement ously tnught. Mr. Howard will probaDay,' tho forms of thoso thoy loved. Dut we, who sharo tho freedom they bly take the position there is no posi- Says Battle Of The Marne gavo tholr lives to preserve for us, will not let their honored names porish tive evidence of such student attendTurned Tide Toward from tho earth. Wo shall, with our added mites, rear a stone, upon which ance, nnd that such payment is unAllies. their names shall bo engraved, and pass their honor down to generations warranted. yet unborn. We shall write their names on solid granite and rear tho stono whore the mother, wife or sweetheart, may' come and look proudly upon tho EPIDEMIC CONTINUES. Those men aro dead, and can record of their hero-deaOOstcrland, Holland, Dec. 3. "I novor know how hearts of gold aro pleased to honor them, nnd tho solThe influenza epidemic In' Ohio have not renounced dier to whom Fate has decreed n safo return from "Ovorthere," will county continues. Two weeks ngo have not signed any anything and I documents what story ot tho there nppcared an ncarco repress n hit of envy when ho looks upon this stone-tol- d abatement of tho the sacrlflco of his fallen comrade. God 'forbid that war may over again trouble, but deaths, If not new cases, ever." Frederick William HohenzoIIcrn, accurso our land, but If tho painful peril domes, tho stone, tho names, will are more numerous than ten days who still claims the tltlo of crown hearten those who nnswor to th call, to duty and to death. It was glorious ngo. Between tho two past Sundays prince of Germany, thus answered for these men to die for thoso they loved; It is glorious for those thnt lov- only ono or two deaths from tho the question of tho Associated Press ed them to perpetuate their worthy memory. dlsenso was reported to this office, in tho course of a lengthy conversabut eight or ten deaths occurlng this tion today, which took place in the week havo been reported. No single small cottage of tho village pastor on "WOMAN WELLKNOWN HERE REVOLT AT LOW TOIJACCO PKICKS WEDS OVER IN IIOOSIEIt section appears to bo a storm center, tho Island of WIeringou, whero ho is hut tho troublo Is reported from near- Interned. "However," ho continued, "should Tho following account of the mar- ly every community In tho county. Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 2. Tho exOat of tho seventy the cases In tho German Government decide to pected happened nt the opening of tho riage of .Mrs. Ollle E. Taylor, of Blrds-oy- e, Hartford not a slnsjlo death has oc- form a Republic similar to tho United Indiana, Is taken from tho tobacco market In Owensboro Enterprise. Mrs. Taylor was cured, but from the fearfully weaken- States or France, I shall bo perPrices did not satisfy tho farmers. The result was that sovcral hundred the widow of Mr. John Taylor, de- ed condition of those wo hnvo seen fectly content to return to Germany tobacco growers revolted, held a mass ceased, who was for many years a who wcie just recovering from an at- - as a slmplo citizen, ready to do anyI should meeting nnd unanimously voted to barber, and a highly respected citi- ack it seems almost a miracle that all thing to assist my country. Physicians havo even be happy to work as a laborer havo recovered. take their tobacco back home, many zen of Hartford. On Monday of last week Mrs. Ollio had llttlo experience with tho disease in a factory. of them having driven a distanct of "At present everything appears thirty miles. E. Taylor went to Blrdseyo and board- nnd have llttlo data upon which to The greatest trouble prevailed at ed the west bound train there. The forecast tho futura. but thoy do not chaos In Germany, but I hope things the opening salo at tho now Daviess report was that sho had gone to Hunt-ingbu- expect an immedlato disappearance of will right themselves." county warehouse In tho eastern secKnew It AH Along. and tho old boys who tho trouble. Results will be carefult were desirous of having her assist- ly watched by tho health authorities, tion of Owensboro. Asked what In his opinion was tho In those communities where tho ban When it was seen that the lower ance in filling out their questionturning point of tho war, ho said: grndc3 that did not sell under ?10 a naires patiently awaited her return. has been lifted and if there appears "I was early In to be fresh distribution of the 1914, thatconvinced lost tho October, hundred pounds last year, were going She came back a fow days later, but we had war. I In some Instances as low as $1. the tho boys drew a deep breath when discaso by tho opening of schools and considered our position hopeless after churches, tho ban will bo capped on tho growers became groatly excited. thoy wero told they would havo to go battle of tho Marne, which wo Hen Lott, of Hancock county, two or three miles farther to have closer t,han heretofore, throughout should not havo lost if the chiefs oC tho county. Tho most sensible mounted a grinder in the warehouse their papers signed, for she had our general staff had not suffered a against the dlseaso is for tho caso of nerves. nnd ndresscd the farmers, urging changed her homo and name. them not to allow their tobacco to be Instead of going to Huntlngburg, people to keep their systems In con"I tried to persuade the general sacrificed at such low prices. she had gone to Cannelton whero she dition to resist its ravages if it ap- staff to seek peace then, even at a Scores of farmers went to" the was met by Mr. Sherman Siglor and pears. Where this can not bo done great sacrifice, going so far as to give courthouse before noon nnd speeches thoy wero quietly married at the by diet and sanitary living tho advice up Alsace-LorrainBut I was told wero delivered, in which tho low home of Rev. Walter Jerge, of that of a physician should bo sought. In to mind my own business and confino case of weakened systems tho service my prices wero denounced plaice. The groom Is tho son of Mr. activities to commanding my Another meeting n.is caHed for 1 ano"Mrs. Hart Slgler, Tho bride is of a physician may bo more usaful armies. I havo jirooLof thlsV beforo than after an attack of the flu. o'clock, which wn3 attended by at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JonaWhat finally brought about tho Itenry 3 Ityrry than Miles and both are highly releast 1500 farmers. down-fa- ll ot German military power, LAZY BOY RISES. He spected. acted as temporary chairman. he declared, was revolution induced told tho farmers that they wero cow On their return home, thinking to by four years of hunger among tho That the lazy boy may eventually civilians aud the troops in tho rear, ards if they did not stand foi higher escape a charivari, they drove to tho prices. A number of similar speech homo of her parents but they wero become worthwhile, and that county together with the overwhelming sues were mado. followed and a noisy time ensued. officials are, in tho boy, not very dif- periority in numbers attained by tho A motion was mado and adopted Their ninny friends wish them a long ferent from other boys, is illustrated Entente powers since America's entry by a story an official tells on him- into tho war, which had undermined that every farmer who had tobacco on and happy wedded life. m self. One of our best known coun- the confidence of the German fighting tho looso leaf floors take it back ty officials says when ho was a farm forces. homo. Committees wero appointed COKN AND TOUACCO SHOW. . boy he had a rather confirmed habit to meet in every community in tho ' "Soldiers Love Mo." district on Thursday and appoint delThe Hoys Corn and Tobacco show-wa- s of putting his hands in his pockets "My soldiors, whom I loved and egates to a meeting to be held in held at county Judge's office while at work when the weather was Owensboro on Saturday, when plans Saturday morning. Some very fine cool. His father remonstrated with with whom I lived continuously, and may say so, loved mo, fought for an organization will he discussed. samples of both products were on ex- him a number of times about tho who, If I practice, brushed him a ttmo or two with tho utmost courage to the end. At tho warehouses in tho western hibition. even when tho odds were imposslblo section of tho city better feeling pre Tho premiums for the best sample and when all other means failed, had to withstand," the retugeo prlnco vailed. At tho Owensboro warehouse of ten ears ot corn each was awarded his mothor sew up his pockets. And b, 100,190 pounds of dark tobacco sold as follows: First prize Delbert greater humiliation went on. "They had no rest, and ho added "No an entire .division numbernt an average of $14.37. There were Washington, Second prize, Hu- could coino to a boy than to have his sometimes ed only 600 rifles. These were oponly Ave or six rejections by the farm bert Baldwin, Beavor Dam, Third pockets sowed up." posed by fresh allied troops, among ers, It was announced. prize William Crnbtroe, Hartford, whom were American divisions, conRECENT MARIAGE LICENSE. Last year tho average on the open- llest yield per acre Hubert Baldwin, taining 27,000 men apiece." ing day was $16.65. In 1914 it was S7 bushels. Describing how he loft the front. $11.82 nnd In 1915, $4.63. Tho tobacco prizes awarded wero: Charlio Carpenter 27, Hartford, to Frederick' William declared: "I was It was admitted on every hand Best sample, First prize Alvy Tanner, Mary Taylor 22, Hartford. Arvin that a poor lot of tobacco was offered Hoflln; Second prize Durwood Cnmp-bel- l, Smith 20, Hartford Route 2, to Katie with my group of nrmles after tho left Germany. I asked tho for salo but at tho same time Equality; Third prize Edward II. Taylor 20, Hartford Route 2. Kaiser government Berlin whether they do- tobacco of a like" quality brought Ellis, Nocreck. Henry Sutton 23, Horton, to Nollio sired mo to retain my command. They higher prices last year. It was n bright bunch of boys Montgomers 23, Horton. Sandors m present competing for tho prizes, and Husklsson 30, Louisville, to Zuma replied negatively, and I could not continue to lead armies under orders CONFLICT OF AUTHOHITY. tho enterprise displayed indicates Shields 21, Cromwell. Hoyt L. Tayof tho Soldiers' and Workers' Counthoy may bo In the futuro, the mot lor 23, Toccoa, Ga., to Nancy B. Ford Mnck Ilcndrlx, of Muhlcnhurg enterprising farmers of tho county. 23, Hartford. W. n. Chlnn 72, Bea- cil. "Therefore, I camo to Holland, county swore out an heahcas corpus Tho boy that is industrious und ver Dam, to Mrs. Salllo Thomns 68, writ, In Judge Cook's court, Monday, spunky, llko this ounch are, Is mado Hartford. Shojby U. Crow 19, Ren-fro- without hlnderance. No shooting or bombing occured and I quit tho army for tho possession of three children, out of stuff that will mako him heard to Ruthn Ferguson, Balzo-tow- with the greatest regret after hav now in tho custody of Clarouca Hourk, from ngaln, whether as farmer or G. W. Rocder 20, McIIenry, of Ohio County. The facts, ns thoy business man, ho will bo a leudor ot to Nollio E. Francis 16, McIIenry. ing participated in the trench Hfo with the soldiors for so long. appear from Mr. Hendrlx' affidavit, his class. Hobart Howard 18, Whltesvllle, to "I havo not been In Germany for a aro that upon tho death of his brother Dona M. Cooper 19, Whltesvllle. O. year, and from tho beginning ot tho SCHOOL NEWS. ho qualified in Muhlcnhurg county B. Basham 39, Fordsvlllo, to Mrs. war, I havo takon only three or four court, ns guardlau of his brothers' Emma Hodden 29, Fordsvlllo. Luko fortnight lences." to bo some confusion Griffin 19, Hartford Routo 2, to Thoro seoms three children, uged 8, 10 nnd 12, nnd Pearl that lator Itoark, who Is n brother of in tho minds of the public about when Fuqua, Hartford Route 2. Oral COMING HOME SOON. tho various schools will open. The Doyle 21, Heaver Dam, to Agnes the children's motlior, brought tho children to Ohio county and qualified rulo ndopted by tho county board of Elites 16, Heaver Dam. II. M. FleenA soldier writes mother of the joy In tho Ohio County court ns guardian health is a slmplo one. It Is that er 29, Camp Taylor, to Oma Rose 21, ful hour when he will come marching for them, und ho Is sueing for pos- when tho local physician says open, Morgantown. Bcnnlo Shults 31, back homo again. session of them. Tho caso will bo it Is "Presto" opon. All tho physi- Prentiss, to Margurite Taylor 16, In France, Oct. 28, 1918. heard in Judgo Cook's court Monday. cians in tho county havo been made Whlterun. Ira Arnold 2S, Whltorun, Mrs. Fannie Hamlet, seems to bo u caso ot too many auxiliary members of tho stato board to Nuncy B. Alford 28, Whlterun. It ot health, and given a large measure guardians. Dear Mothor; I will write you a ot authority in dealing with epidem- OWENSUOItO TOBACCO few lines to let you know that I am . ics. HOVERING ITS BROOD. If you want to know when tho MAKET OF WEDNESDAY still living and hope to bo in tho first school in your district will open just bunch to roach the good old U. S. A., Wo hnvo nover soon tho motherly nsk your local doctor. when tho war is over. Dec. 4. Pryor Owensboro, Ky Out of tho county levy for school Instinct so fitly displayed as that of How aro you all getting along by on tho now? Well I hopo. a two mouths old pullet hovering a purposes tho Superintendent has sav leaf continues to advanco brood of three chickens. A neigh- ed, ufter paying all necessary ex- Owensboro market. That quality ot Woli; Mother, I have been in anbor recently gave Mrs. William penses of tho schools, a neat little tobacco ronched $38 a hundred lbs., other drlvo and did not got hit, and Schloniinor, wlfo of tho bakor here, sum, nnd a numbor of now school It was owned by G. C. Ncol, I hopo it I am in any more that I will I thrco chicks just out ot tho sboll, houses will bo billlt next summer. coma out us well ns I havo in tho of Wliltesvlllo.' A new question is confronting Suand with th approach ot night Mrs. On Tuesday It was thought a re- others. Schlunimor was amazed to see u small perintendent Howard, growing out of cord had been established for pryor Toll ovorybody I said hollo! and pullet, that would weigh less than the closing of tho schools on account leaf that would not bo surpassed that I would llko to sou them. two pounds, hovering tho small chicks ot tho lnlluonza epidemic. The when It reached $37. Tell Papa und Vina and nil, that I under hor wing. Night after night, teachers of the graded school have ' More than 100,000 pounds sold hope to bo at homo by next summer, with unfailing regularity, this youth- horetotoro been glvu. ns an addition today at an uvorago ot $13,04. I will cloe. ful mother covers tho weo chicks to th Mr salaries, the tuition feus of Trnslipg sold from S 6 to $10. Good Lour loving son, ' students uot living in their dlbtricts. leaf and lugs brought fair prices. like a mother hen. LDVUN II. HAMLET. tlmo-survlvlto-daCan-ly-ltrg 18-ye- ar pro-cautie. m New-comto-dun. i to-da- 'VtT'"''' ' '"T -- "- V rfrc,1," ?.""$ . 'yy.pyJpMyt'vy ' Wl - - v; w t - " ' .? MM ' sc In Vienna boforo tho armistice was concluded, ns rolnted to tho correspondent by tho last Amorlcan to Icavo S BIG ALIMONY SUIT. Austria. Ho is a tncnihor of tho BEGGARS. TO STRANGE diplomatic service, who was assigned to remain nt tho Austrian capital, when wnr was declared nnd has Just Court Of Appeals Reverses coma to Switzerland. Read A Sensible Article No story yet told of conditions In Verdict Of Daviess On How To Handle Vionna can oven romotely approxiCircuit Court. mate (ho actual facta as described by Professionals. whoso account was this Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 23. Wood V. given, porhnps itucouHciously, a dra(Louisville Herald.) Axton. prominent nnd wealthy Louis- matic climax by the declaration Unit good many Louisville ville tobacconist, will not have to pay despite tho indescribable sufferings rinSmbe hfe divorced wife, .losse Jolly Axton, and hardships, Vienna still hns hoi?)' oSSuya.re.oohwHr-'Mn- n alimony. raring, attended by grantor crowds mvy rns.. the glrrorhfently Tho Court of Appeals, In an opin- than In peace times. Theso crowds obvloiwly boy reversion by J mine Sampson walk eight miles to tho race bletVsee. who went from ed the Judgement of the Daviess Cir- track and bet thousands of crowim -r-1 "flea 10 cents a .1 to formcuit Court, awarding hor $20,000 ali- instead of hundreds as "oTfjEl.- -. bitten by 'X.eJVA?,. allowed erly. In their feverish delro to forpoem mony and reduced tho foe 3tn?i-j&LW'.' her attorneys from $3.ti00 to $2,500. get tho misery enuied by (ho war. th.tr blind mother. The plea of the -- owas generally successMrs. Axton's The Court held that Mind children Heartburn Is n system of IndlRes-tlonnih showed unusual prococii), , 1 wii ru r.t MAitKieTivr: refusal to live with Mr. Axton as mnn respon-Take u dose of Itnrblne In 1N pMl and amused with their quick F, rATnAY and wife was tho cause of their in ad-- j such cases. Tliu pain disappears InMS those who talked to them, ., juinn in nlvlne the required dime or j emits They were married in July. 191 fi. stantly. The bowels operate speedily Mv nn miik- 1(1 ('11(1 of II toll dllY'l OV .. .....,.,. ........ .. ,..,.. ,f nnd yon feel line, vigorous and cheer...-- . . , vfapiw n.r,.. ,t iii,..i. ...ran ,il,.l,t nonti .. ititzAn.. Ilfiof lsinil lit- the These children, appealing in tncir l(j)i coUs R ,)ouml ml tiu,r food, moon trip they were convinced of ful, l'rleo COc. Sold by Ohio Coun... , nronortlon. Some industries hnve been able to get in in Their resl- - ty Drug Co. Infirmity as they were, were but typi-- t their Incompatibility. nothing is days, step with war demands more quickly than al of tho people to whom yah. Don't begin packing your 'deuce together lasted fifty-sow-n more cruel than to give alms, for the trunki for lt.8 ln china, nnd you have j.Judge Sampson. In his opinion, said KMI'KKOK CHAIil.HS others. . TO I.KAVK Al'STKIA. ... . ualllnc nf Mm 11(10111 WUS bllt . a SlllltlO , ivuuv tui .n;u v.. Oflr... .Titi n ilnv Mrs. Axton did the proper thing ....v..,. v.,... .. ...... ....et "- In many cases mighty plants have sprung uIumi. liplnir convinced that she did form of begging.., Most people prooa- thcre , ......... n,.l II nnrm . Amsterdam, Nov. 2S. Former up but at a prodigious cost. Bly never rcau me imcm, . "Hack from Tcnchow, where he has not feol toward Mr. Axton as a wife Charles of Austria Is suffering was not worth commercially. 1)een stl,ti01ie,i sinco 1912, Dr. Francis Ubould feel toward her husband, she tainly The packing industry was able to adapt . .i, Amnrlrnn Hoard of left him. biit tho allegations that Mr. from a mental depression, according Din tonth nart of 10 cents. The real itself to unheard of demands more quickly, lituation was that these children, who Commjpsonor8 for Foreign Missions, i Axton was unkind to her were not io an Innsbruck dispatch to the Krnotz Zcltung of Berlin. He sits perhaps, than any other industry. And this should have been In school, learning has ,)rougnt flrsl uanii information of substantiated by the evidence. was because the vast equipment of packing Mr. Axton instituted proceedings for hours nt his desk, staring vacantho useful and productive citizens, the togt of llvnK in tj,e Orient. to wcro independent and ..Even at tcn cent8 a pound," ho for divorce on the ground of abandon-enable- d ly. Former Kinpress Xita Is much plants, refrigerator cars, branch houses, etc., to make a very comfortable .,l)eef ,8 hJgU com,,.ire,i with jiueut, and Mrs. Axton llled counter flistrossed by her husband's statu of had been gradually developed to its present practically no effort on wageg Day laborers used to get only suit, alleging cruel nnd inhuman health. A Copenhagen report sa. incomo with state of efheiency, so that in the crucial hour he bus been their part through trading upon their s(x ce)lts a daV( but Ulu p;iy ,la3 i,oon treatment. The contest resolved It- - government advised by the Vienna it became a mighty international system for ... pnt-- . that he must leave Ausrnfirniitv. and were being confirmed sot Into one of alimony, and Mrs. which -tria. war service. in a parasitic mode of life Do you know how the prohibition 'Axton was granted the divorce. mm The fee of $3,fi00 allowed Mrs. Ax- .would strengthen Its hold on them as of imports of eggs affected your And how had this development taken place? ,l-i.- Sir. Nlrj's Lellor. ,oi -they grew older. ,...-lujcau.u.i. .u.iiu. .Alwtitl Ihroo mnntlis Inn's ntlnriinvs. which her llllslUUlll is In a recent letter Mrs. I). V. isley. Asoorlntion Worker Aids. Not by making vast inroads into the capi'ago the United States clamped the ltd 'rciiulretl to pay, the court said was Fortunately for the career ot tho on receiving such products. When I too much and reduced It to Si. SOU. of Mtchlleld. 111., says, "I have used wealth of the country, but largely by using, tal .lisifin-nnd fortunately also for left China the price of eggs was eight The fact that the record cmiiraccti Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders from year to year, a portion of the profits, to At .....1.1 ,.ltinititln - 2,100 pages did not impress tne court of tho stomach and as a laxative, and those on wnom iney wjium cents a dozen. It dropped as the reprovide for expansion. rehnvo Imposed, one of tlio men on sult o tno ,)aIli To my mind the las to the amount of work involved. have found them a quick and sure court lief." If you are troubled with inSwift & Company's profits havo always been so vhoni tuey caiieu uumuivu Chinese eggs were alright. They Indeed, Its volume moved the ,.,... ..ft.... 1... l.nl'niM " it.. L.t' "Mm vim w. ........ h:lV hfXMl digestion or constipation these tablets 1.. .1.1 slinllllt .. tiny, compared with sales, that they have had practicm vchlie ho called the Associated Chart- UbUU III lllio tuu.il.J t'J w"v"' Uf " '... m will do you good. Is Do- - prepared In not exceeding suu pages. ally no effect on the price of meat (amounting to only Sis, which sent over a iraineu wumui criiim. Dr. Tucker said. o- a fraction of a cent per pound). at once. She took the children in BnninR to train Its women. It has KM' KI'IDKMIC to their home with them come ,() tne i,euef that the education Stomncli Trouble. tow, went And yet the owners of the business have been lll'K XK.VT VKAK. "Ileforo I used Chamberlain's Taband had a talk with their mother. of women js not only possible, but de-content with reasonable returns on their capital, and Tlio mother, as the children had ui1i,i i nf hn m.inv bosnitals lets I doctored a great deal for stomhave been able, year after year, to put part of the Chicago. Nov. :!0. Plans for comsaid, was blind. She. tho children nilor nJs supervision. Dr. Tucker ach trouble and felt nervous and tired profits back into the business to provide for its and two other blind pcoplo wero go said a training school for womon all the time. Theso tablets helped bating another influenza epidemic expansion. II U Minimi, friini tlni first, and Inside of a which is expected ,to sweep tho counIng about tho country making an easy nurses had been opened These fractions of tiny profits have been repaid to living through singing on the streets, first school of its kind in a province--' week's time I had improved in every try In 1919 will bo considered by the to the public many fold in the form of better service, health authorities from nil parts of L. A. Drlnkard. and selling the of 25,000,000 persons. way," writes Mrs. taking up collections and better and cheaper meat, and made it possible for 111 .T the Fuited States. Canada and South .11 It.. M.tnn la ill Ml ..... UC..V..0.,.. rltV .Tft pooms. She said tncy tooK tne mosi 1 lUCllCUIl, .lllll. Ij 1, wJ ..tr. lrCtMl.M wi.ji ...... Swift & Company to meet, undaunted, the sudden America at tlio forty-sixt- h K annual and stayed tnero presi,iPnt Hsu recently took office. o prosperous cities ' cry for meat for overseas. convention of tho American Public for as long as they liked the situation. Thl, ...ns Ilot acreeai,i0 to tho South- - til.Ol'DK IMI'OKTANT I'ACOIt I.V KI.UillTS Health Association which openes here and then moved on. She became ln- - eruerSi wno claimed his election w.ts Could any other method of financing a vital UllfTffOSttnil ,11 ..... tt.Urxt, Iieccmber 9. that lllCKill. miIIUIU ...... .. tii.tjiubu jvi .tl.Mn til .in 1 ro Wl a industry involve less hardship to the people of the UlUitlll. "lit;" Itv say Members of the association So London. Nov. 5. Clouds play an the children should ho in school and tho eiection of a vice presldout. country? Could there be a better instance of true "profit-sharinR- " than this return in added usefulness that sho might do hotter than trade iUis office js vacant at present. It la important part In modem aerial ' that nil influenza cniilemics since l upon her infirmity and theirs. Shu U()t reany a Mdoody' strugRle, but the tactics and an intimate knowledge ot 17L'ft have been recurrent for from and in national preparedness ? city at once establishment of a republic, which be their peculiarities Is an essential two to three years after tho initial said sho would leave the and go to Evansville, where she knew gan seven yeras ago, has uot been point in the equipment of tho airman. outbreak. For this reason leading & They have what Clouds are classified according to authorities feel convinced that the no one would bother her. fully accoinpllahed. Family Goes to t'itailel. might ho termed an 'Oriental' repub- their form and general nature, and i visitation of 191S will bo repeated in TMs nrranecment would have ,, re- - i lic, but I expect that it will be polish- - any particular type Is always found at 1P19 and probably In 1920. Abo. it lleved Louisville ot mese iiaraauu, etl with the assistance of advisors the same height. Heavy black thun- is pointed out that In previous epiumc-- i ,rrom tills country i der clouds or nimbus with rain demics the second and third outbut did not seem exacwy streaming from their ragged edges, breaks have been moro virulent and cities which she might victimize. to, Charities worker got are rarely found higher than 4,ii00 attended by higher mortality rate Few INcape. the Associated sky, or than were tho Initial manifestations. Thorn nro fnr fmlniwl wh( o.r:iiH feet, whereas a "mackerel In touch with tho Chlldrons Frotec Second Outbreak In Spain. Association, which got them into navjnB at least one cold during the ' cirrostrutus is usually somthing like tive It was early ln 191S, according to months, and they are fortu- - five miles above sea level Juvenile Court on a charge of for tho ate wno llave i,llt on(. an,i At this lincnso height clouds are Dr. V. A. F.vans, former health comBet tributlng to delinquency mother, and of having no proper .through with It quickly and without composed of minute particles of ice missioner of Chicago, that tho now Wheezing in tlio Iung.i Indicates wer hitrrudrcd to the ullid nnval Spanish influenzn made its Judge i,lny serious consequences. guardian for ilm children. Take below that height, of line particles of Now Spain is that phlegm is obstructing the air representatives. admirably god sense chamberlain's Cough Uemedy and In a con- appearance in Spain. watwr. These particles are l.'rleger with Uallard's Horehound Syaccounts having Its second outbreak, according passages. the family for detention at 'serve tno directions with each bottle, stant of motion, which Kirn u: pi,K.SA.vruv. Army Citadel until their !aml you aro uuely to be one of the for the strong currents nnd whirl- to Dr. Evans, more virulent in form rup loosens tho phlegm so that it can tho Salvation resldenco could bo determined and 'fortunate . .ones. The worth and winds an airman experiences when ho and attended by an alarming death bo cnughed up nnd ejected. Price . . Sho: I hoard u nolso very into 2.rc. COc nnd $1.00 per bottle. Sold hov fnnlil bo wilt there. In tho merit of this remedy lias been tuny penetrates into a large cloud. Hit! late. when you camo ln. Huring tlio three-da- y meeting , tho by Ohio County Drug Co. m meantime, the Associated Charities nroven. There are many lumlllcs machine is then tossed about like an He (facetiously): Was it tho night methods used in combating the 19 IS worker had written to a number of who have always used It for years ark in a mountain torrent .falling? Clouds arc. of course, an excellent epidemic in tho t'nltcd States will be WIM.IAM Ql'ITS cities including Indianapolis. Toledo. when troubled with a cough or cold, Sho (stonily): No, It was the day r Columbus, and with tho vory best results. m weather guide, and tho airman soon thoroughly considered uud plans outVlncennes. Cincinnati. .ion y( breaking. Ualtimoro American. lined for meeting any future emergrecorded learns to Interpret their meaning with and Evansville, all of which tho coufldnco of an old master mar- ency. Among those who will present unpleasant experiences with the men- GKIt.MA.V KI.KCTIONS lletlln, via, Basle. Nov. :?0. Tho iner. For lnstatico a mackerel sky papers and tako part In the discus- text of tho former Centum emperor's FICH. t FIXKD dicant habits of tho family. The Inis tho sign of rain or snow; small puf sions are Maj. W. II. Welch, of tho act of renunciation which was issued dianapolis Associated Charities said Berlin, Nov. 30. Tho council ot fy cumuli mean flno weather; masses National Medical Corps; Or. K. C. by tho new Ceriuan government "in tho family belonged there, and prom-ike- d to do Its best to keep tho children tho people's commissioner has fixed of heavy, ragged edged nimbus, rain ltosenow, of the Mayo Foundation; order to apply to certain misunderl.lhmllillllllO Dr. Herman lllggs, Commissioner of and the family at February 1C for elections to tho con- for certain. In blind school standings which havo arisen with retho New York State Department of gard to abdication," follows: Clouds arc not altogether n disadhomo If tho court officer would bring stituent assembly, conditional on tho approval of tho soldiers' workmen's vantage to tho airman, fur behind Health, and Dr. A. J. .McLaughlin, Asthem back. This was done. "Ily the present document I rei&tStmMli offt I This story Illustrates a number oi i i, ni.ri.ua wlileli limpt Ilnriltlllier l(i. them he can take shelter from anti- sistant Surgeon Oencral of tho I'nlt-e- d nounce forever my right to tlio crown r,raiw.5ffA u" States Public Health Service. important points. In tho first place, Tno empire will bo divided into thir-i- t aircraft artillery, or from hostllo of Prussia and tho right to tho (ler- Hcbldes consideration of inlluonzn, I release at tho doos more harm than good to give i ty.cKnt doctoral districts, fiom airpUuic.i, wiien attacked suddenly In imin Imperial crown. I During many subjects of public Interest per- sumo time all tho officials of tlio tier- a coin ton beggar or to a "fakir" such WUCh six to sixteen seats each will greatly superior numbers. the last few mouths German airmen taining to public hoalth during tho I man emplie nnd Prussia, and also all as theso children. Tho money, with- - bo takcll as a ,a!ija of division. . nzzii mi ,i have had occasion moro than ouco to reconstruction period will bo taken officers, out trained service which can help j wc. officers be thankful for tho provaleuco of up. There will bo discussions re- and soldiers of tlio Prussian navy and the applicant out ot tho need for help, IwilXlAM HOIIl.."OI-MCK- . is worso than useless, because It I'KSONALLY lMIK'TAUL!. heavy clouds upon tho western front. garding proper precautions In tho army uud of contingents from concaro of chlldron to reduce mortality merely confirms him in his oasy life. . fidelifederate states from the oath rates, rural sanitation, nnd tho effect ty they have taken to me as of emFor Croup. Whan tho money is spent mo uugsar Nowcastlo Kng.. Nov. 29. in a their needs soma moro money just as badly speech delivered horo this evening it.ploudld for croup." writes Mrs. Kd- - ot fashions on the hoalth and the uso peror, king and supreme chief nf tinri'nHpK In wmp timet: as ho did before. "As their emporor, king and suWork-so- p I'romier Lloyd Uoorgo, dealing with splendid for croupe," writes Mrs. Strains result Organization Xeci'v.ar.v. HuHsett. Frankfort. N. Y. "My premo chief, I expect from them unthe question of tho responsibility for Deep-seate- d coughs that resist or- til a now organization of the in Heart Trouble when you In tho second place organizations tho Invasion of Itelglum, said thu children have been iiuickly relieved German ;ire necehsary to handle such prob- Iirltish government lia1 consulted of attacka of this dreadful complaint dinary remedies require both external empire exists that they will aid those least expect it. It was through organizations sumo of the greatest jurists In tho by its use." This remedy contains nnd Internal treatment. If you buy who effectively hold the power in norlems Horo-houn- d i i...., uiitiiiiiuijuni..1.. .....1 uo opium or other narcotic, nnd may n dollar bottle of Uallard's 1.1.....1 .. ...... ...... . 111 ...l.r.r v.u.?, mally to protect tho German people-agains-t utiiu, ttl.iu ti'ltlnli lirul rnenrilM of jiwiiKUUiii uiiii muj ........1.. uiiii Syrup you get tho two remewas put f definitely hud arrived at the conclu-whor- u be given to a child us confidently as this family, that it finally tho menacing dangers of anIt was through sIo in dies you kneed for tho prlco of one. archy famiuo and foreign domination. it belonged. t,nt ln tnojr judgonieut the' to an adult. There is a Hcrrick's Hod Popper Po"Made and executed aud signed by tho trained workers of Louisville or- - jformer Germtiu emperor was guilty of rous Plaster for tho chest, free with our own bund with tlio impeilal seal ganlzatious that corrospondonco waKim jdlctablu ofronno for which ho KOItAll $1 im:k MKAI. I.V VIKX.VA each bottle. Sold by Ohio County at Aniergongen, November 2a. directed to these other cities. thutjUUKnl tu uo i,el(j responsllilo. Drug Co. in (Signed) tho family was apprehended, nnd that "WILLIAM." Ilmo, Hwltzetiund, Nov. 29. Food lliittlly put on a path which, surseons agreo that ln case of it was o "Ileforo wo wero married, " hho Mhould load to tho highest wolfaro )t.llt8( jJun,8i urusos aud Wounds tho was so oxpuuslvo in Vienna that a complained, "you always ungagsd a TIIl'TON HLACK SKA FliKKT fumlly. Probably scores oriKjr8t rroatmont is most Important. slundor, uupalutablo aud unsatisfactoof tho up. Clothes cub when you took me imywhoro. ry muul cost from NUUUKNDKIIK TO ALI.IKH Louisville people had given to those w,iea a Qfnc!oiit autUeptlu is if not their mother; but un- - ,lll(,(j promptly, thore Is no dunuer of wuro so source that a modlocro suit Now you think tho trolly enr Is good ,., , . ..... . sold at C0O, whllo a pair of shoes enough for mo." ui.nl il ..... l'nt London, Nov. 30. Tlio ulllod naval is a Tonic and Regulator IIIU WUUIIII IO IIUj;ill til IIIBlniaul auv..... iimliiuviir r,- -- nil iniWVllOIl UIU1 j, "No, my darling. I don't think the iHiuudron which recoutly passed thru cost fiom SCO to 90 a pair. Tho job niithlng really tuuglbfe waBJUeH, at onco ,160 uu tlut For u or for the Weakened Heart. turn for them. In the third plaoe.- i,euBt liorzono Is tlio Idoul AiUfeoptie icomimmfttft nowurltt of life wero trolly cur is good onoiigb for you; It's tho Dardanelles into tho Illook Sua ii runto bucnuse I'm to proud of you. lit u unchorod off SobnBtopol, tho Itus-sla- p difficult to obtain that one hud I..... iu w."iw '"SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS iVftinea worwr ..H.. u.Kin.nam' und Healing Agent. Uuy it now aud would u !a"c,3 nobody, naval bnso In Crimea, on Novemiar tucb service They must hsiyo )ie ruadv for an mnarmiiBy. l'rleo Uud ln m tur hour" for nt un ox cub youcan showbe scon by so mnny you off to while I portion ber 20. Tho Huwdau ships which I MILES MEniCAL CO., Clkliart, Ind, kuowludxe of resource in Louisville ;25c BOei $l 00 HUd $i.6o. Sold bv!to people by lulling you ln a trolly car" were in the hands of tho Ueriuans, , orliltaut price nth-- v cities, traliilng in tho prlu-lyjjjiiit t'0Uniy iiUg Co. it .'. tho to ulltiou of iiffalrs - London AuLwers. hu ;. il( c uud also bomo German subuiurlucs, i I . 111 ecu. :U.l:.e huuiai. DIIN'T (ilVt MONEY 'and experiences ! J?l! 22 ST rl. In handling human problems. Thno Anil Thought Needed. In tho fourth plnco, food and clothing nro but Incidental to such tralnod and organized ncrvlco. This family required nothing In tho way ot financial help; but n great deal of time and thought of salaried workers. Homemher theso points tho next ,1..... linnirnr nota vnll fnr ntivt IttnlT. Rnnd him to tho Associated Charitlofl, 1215 Kast Walnut street, or get 'life Sinnio and nddtess nnd tolephono then, to Jhe Associated Charities. MI or City SMB. and tho As-.eclated Charities will promptly call on him. and later report to you dlrlduslly. we can do but little for those In nocd; but through tnilnad and orgml.ed wd.1 service we can even remake human lives. Lt WflOD ACTON WINS to-d- n. tn ."-0- M 1 11 Ae hternatioioal Service Boil!: on Tiny Profits Per Pound .ill , Km-per- or ,,.., g, , ,,,.,i c j ! w .. ';"" """ 1 ' ., ' 1C 1 Swift Company, U. S. A. ... iu con-(...i,- ,.r j ... : IJtiM WATCH YOUlt smrf I IIEAKT! Kd-wa- i 1 $-- . ..... i' ....... r l'""'"" "y ,,, HKU 000 SOMIIKIl PATHIOTS In vlow o( thn oarly opening of London, Nov. 29, Eleven hunMorgantown, Ky Nov. 28. The tlio Ioo3o loaf tolinrcu market n genduring tlio redred Jown wcro moro than COO Hutlor County boys eral rovlew of tlio mnrkot conditions cent mnssacro in killed Loniburg', according nnd from Morgantown, for 1918 mny bo of Interest to proto dispatches In Itarlln nowspapors, who havo rallied round "Old Glory" ducers mid Imyors of Din lent in Americans Hit On Plan Of sirtco Amorlcn ontored tho war for transmitted by tlio Copenhagen corIlueed upon n study of Evon with thlt wldo dlgtrl-butlo- n respondent of tlio Control Nows. freedom nnd liberty, wcro remambsr-- Bury Making Germans HnlnhowH At Night. oh aet forth In the Novoinbor of J own nro Mid to luivo of strain on port facilities and od in a combine Thanksgiving and of tlio monthly crop re Iliindradi 1918, lssun Own Dead. synagog transportation, however, and with Quos. A few yoars ago I saw a peace jublloo hold at the Unle port distributed by the Iluranu of barricaded thomselves in a Rfire- Tho". W,in, nt" Gorman ships now idlo In German rainbow an hour or two after mld-- h church here rroji H.llmatcs of the Unllod States ' :vl,loh V" set Armies. Willi tlu tempted to escape from this refuge Special music, both sacred and pa arbors employed on the task, care- - night. It was quite distinct nnd had Nov in U.rmun deviltry seemed to I'epartment of Agriculture tlio fol- - were II rod upon. ful estimates show that the last of tho a silvery appearance. Since then I triotic, were provided for the oem-lowing statistics on leiiacco are avaiiVn.. i,..,i,ih m the last dura of i. army could not possibly roach the have asked hundreds of people slon, and addresses were delivered lir . om th HRliHiiR on the IJrltlsh front oftor 0,,le- United Stairs In less than eight about It and have never found any- ludgo James McKenzIe Moss. Jeu production of tobacco ns ou- Woman's Case '" tho liind. ilirR linn had bMn shut-- 1 Conservative months. calculations one who had over seen or heard of If. Gilliam, tho Uev. G. II. Lutrt. ter d Th.v attached Kronadd to Mm alert for November 1st. 191S, In Startles Rockport pastor of tho Methodist church, aM upon whioh preparations by the de- one so I put the question to you. U"'11 Stalea amounts to A business man's wlfo could not partment probably will be bnsed, fix Ans. the lodb of dead Huns left behind Lunar rainbows, caused by re- W. It. Gardoner, Howling Greon lsvrv In l'ii Om.un retreat. so that when l.30,C0,OO0 llw, ai compared with road or sew without sharp pain In ten months at tho minimum. fraction, reflection nnd dlsparsinn of yor. " for November, 1st., her eyes. For yoars hor oyea were the l.odi. .woreliftd thoronMilesex-,l'18R-(,1- 0 Thont) estimates havo been mndo light i mm moon in ilroiu of water The mass mooting was prscotlsd in n gain of 81.000,000 lbs, nnd pliy.lt .1 killing oiwounrling the bear-1'rod and weak. Finally Bho triod puro wholly upon tho basis of tho physi- falling through air nro not uncom- tho morning by union ThRnkngiVlns the acreage planted in 1918 was four- - Lavoptlk eyo wash. Tho vra result of cal difficulties to be overcome, and do mon. bervlccs. Ncnr tlio town of I.o Chatonu, a tenths of ono per cent grantor than OND. application astonished her. A not tako into consideration tho quesOno of the lnrgost crowds over as I't'kiiif: Capital Of China. Htretehor-boar-j'n- 1 Planted last year, numb, r of Australian smnll bottlo Lavoptlk Is guaranteed tion of the retention In Europe for Qucs. Has tho capital of China sembled in this city nttonded .toKentucky Conditions, nrs v. err- killed by those Kronmlya in to benont EVCUV CASK weak, strain somo time of an American forco been changed to Canton or is it still night's meeting. attempting to remove hiiioo Oermnn j Tho Decnmbor estimate for Kontuc-den- rt ed or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH which may bo agreed upon nt the l'oking? Ans. Still Poking. --- rown tobacco for 1917 shows n from tho Held In front of the,1' will startlo with its quick results. peace conference. If tho return Compensation to Soldier's Mother. Aini'rh.ui machine position. Thcrc-ntt- total production of 120,000. 000 lbs., Aluminum oyo cup FREE. Harrol movement, nlrcndy in progress, is "How much stock does ho take la Qucs. Whe.ro a son takes out estimate for Hros. druggists at Hockport. no Australian would put hand while tho November C continued nt full speed, the last divi- $10,000 government insurance, nam- himself?" .188,170,-OOOlb- s. In some cases 1918 bIiowh a production of on n dead Oorinnn. aa Llfo. "He's oversubscribed." sion in all probability could not reach ing as beneficiary his mother who has a falling oft of 38,430,000 PKIVATKS .MUST trjh bodies wero dragged to their tho United States heforo October, a husband living, docs tho governlbs., art compared with last year. No Imrlal r luces by means of a long rope DOFF UMFOMS 1919. ment provldo nddltionnl compensastath-ticare nvaiiablo showing in which allowed tho stretcher-beare- r Why Tho 1'ortK Chosen. tion for her in case tho son is killed classes of tobacco this any exploding lw'c1 to keep out WashlPgton, Nov. 30. When tho Decision to route tho troops to or disabled in line of duty? Ans. as production soldiers como home tho first thing IcrcaBO took place grenades. their homes through the four ports Provision is made for such com on tho various kinds of lt thoy will want to know will bo: The Americans, on tho other hand, "Kuros mentioned is understood to have hcen pensation to mother only in case sho ro not upon the plan of making tho der- - bcco Brown In Kentucky "May we continue to wear our uni- based on twv main considerations. Is 'widowed or dependent on her son B'von in any reports avallablo at this forms?" man prisoners bury their own dead. First, they have been equipped to for support. . In ono insrnco a llochc prisoner was . tlnie. Thu thing ulcarest to the soldier's Stocks of Kentucky Rrown tobc-romov- o heart, next to homo and mother, Is handle tho transports nnd tho men, Treatment of Conscientious Objectors. Biimmarlly shot because ho refused to anil, secoml, they aro all natural Qucs. What has become of tho his uniform the body of ono of his dead oi in the hands of dealers and Even wlcctive service facturera aa of October 1st for Iho men who felt repugnance, to donning gateways to tho country, ct'ch fed by V)nscl(jntioii8 objectors registered un- An examination of the an Independent rail system Tnmlfying dor the selective draft law? Ans. nro ns follows: hody lnttfr led to the discovery that It 1'aB- twt the khaki when they wero drafted back through geographically inde- On presentation ot facts it has been The, Oermnn tv as aware ' Hurley, 191S, 190,137,010; T917, hwu come ''to fool a preat affection for was mlni-d- . pendent section- of the United States tho practice of local boards to certify it. Tho tioys will hate to go back to By loaning the ships as 3ar as possi- such of this tact nnd refused to touch it. i 207.G93.CB4. draftees as conscientious objecHendorson, 1918, 22,880,193; civilian clothing. In imu small town evacuated by tho ble with men Irom the tsime general tors and when al3ed they had to go Cardui, the woman's 1317, IC.122,702. So I have madt an investigation nt Germnris, ninny of tho heils were Ionic, helped Mrs. WilGreen Illver, 1918, 59,9(0,479; Jthe, Vx Department to learn whether i section, it win bo poslVle, army offi to cantonment ns same as any other found to bo mined. An American ofcers say, to Kvold crosvearrying and drafted men. There they wero segliam Eversolc, of Hazel or not 'aur returned soldiers will Ixi disruption of normal traffic in getting regated in camp as special detachficer, tired nnd wom by tho long and 1917, 49.484.11C. Patch, Ky. Read what One Slicker, 1918, 36,M)1,332; purmittd to wear their uniforms after hard fighting, sought rest on n lounge tho soldiers from thr ships to their ment under control of the military of"I had a she wriles: occupied by a 1917, 1S.5G1.754. thoy return to (civilian life. In a room previously homes. general breaking-dow- n ficer and held under the same condi,Ky. ft. Tenu., Dark District of Of course, Rhe law prohibits Vha German officer. The lounge blow up Ships Available. cf my health. I was in tions as apply to soldiers in training 1917.,212,47ft.-0S- 1. wearing of army or nary uniforms by 191S, '3iri,8r.4,704,; and ho was Instantly killed. bed for weeks, unable to In estimating for'transport tonnage except tint no miliiary dnties wero civilians, and attaches a 430(1 lino anil available. Jfor the movement, officials imposed upon Another officer picked up a palr-cget up. I had such a them. Usually Dark Mrcd ClarXsvlllo. Hopkhm-vlll- o fix months' imprisonment to the ofHeld glasses left by the Germans and weakness and dizziness, have not only 3oocd ahead !tn tho objectors are required to 1.V1S, fense. ami Pauucah' District, Hut Jiere is sxd news for tho was adjusting tho focus when tho . . . and the pains were nw ships which will be delivered work but they reoelve regular glasses exploded In his hands uiid 179.10fi.700; 1917, 128,010,509. oflhers and enlisted men.: very severe. A friend during 'I3ie demobilization poriod by ifor their services. In due The total stocks of toluaxo in tho blew away part or IiIh face. After hls.lionerauio discharge from the Shiping Hoard, hut alt) upon idle Umo each man certified as conscien toid me I had tried every-Ih- ng The Huns had become adept in'tho entire Unlttvl Stntrs In tho hands of thfts nrmy, aiavy or marine corps, a German ships, including two 'new and why not else, "objecXor by this local board hns tious nefarious business of making infernal dealers wero 1,204, 883.7SS in S91S cmiilssioniul officer may wear tho very larjje linert Teporled ! have boon callnfi for a hearing before the I did, and Cardui? ojiiform U tho hlgriiest grado iie has' been ccmplcted except machines, mines nnd :tlme fuses, and and l.iri4.PTiC,0:M in 1017. soon saw it was helping for some de- ."board of inquiry Those adjudge in- While thu dealers stocks ot various bold on oaaslons of ceremony there was scarcely an area whore f ho me . . . After 12 bottles, tails tif equipment. Anitng the sinotirc by this lioard arc required to Kentucky types of tobacco urchown This lu'iuis that at jmbllc Tecep- - known German VI earners is the 1 am strong and well." electrical and engineering experts iof perform regular military service. Any tho Allies did not find some new hum by tho above stmistlcs to be .larger ju,ns, Uners, IdMr. mash mfotings. w almost afc large as th-whr. .refuse to sdo so aro subject to this year ihnu at the same time last And other similar fuuntlous, any of-of their tlcndlbh ingenuity. In LifiJivthan. Tin two new court-martiTAKE nnd remanded to dis enr theJIfferi'iico IsjioI hidt-- j than llcer aliov the of ensign or see German liners are of approximately ciplinary barracks at Ft. Leaven the average annual variation nt tliisioml lioiitmant m:cy wur thmiiilfo tho same slie ns these craft. Each worth. Those whom .2io board finds lime of tho year The rftoiks'of Hur- of his rank, of theio four wrild carry i;carly 10,-0- 00 sincere Tiavo been encouraged to en t'ANTHKN YOHIKKIt (JKTS ley on hand are shown to be ! 7.455,- There is no tiise limit In tho law. men In a' trip. STHSTANTIAL KIttOHD 035 lbs .short of ler non combatant service. If their P last e.iri dealer.-- , (M) that If ho like he may wear the Th Gorman vessels, easlbound at-l- er ccnvlctJans prevent this they may bo stocVv uniform la a .of Worlil Witr uploading American troops, would itrloushed .u various forms of ser- f Scv r.il weulcs ago hundreds A rnvlMU nr iLf, .ilinvh 11i.nrtf iiMI-r .....- ilfty .yours trom , . . l..... i ti,.nllni. t.n I 0 noi yJiow... any vorj . . marked diver-- i.rfvn.... however, wiair hisnaw. ila carry food .ixpplles allotted ti lirico under Jurisdiction of civilian Ha....... , can not "'", uniform Germany. oimmiasionor of war department. militlons, when JVui ., i, - j.iior'inrriin.i. ,"i-,! Konco frflm ,,ri,,al Hin atBlillfti- - ,.r i to bswiiiass or for plnnsure o-- o w.iv uiuii i.,bllnj,,(,nP .,,1.1, No Pension For Confederates. Tome tli tn .infl half twll ng.iiniit thn the proton! export and domestic deQUKSriO.V DOA. 'Quia. Does the now pension law The law as applied lo enlisted men gateki , r as he pained by. mands jtcciiis to Indicate a strwatj of any hrnnch f tho larvlcu. is not o jirovlile a pension for any person who A It it lrr-- s caiitren worker, in mnrket Do you feel weak, dizCPaihllnder ) ior U.ho tolmcco crop of Ub conitda-ato- . uervtd in thi Confederate army? If It permits cnlUted ma-- i av tin present .vear, esjioclally in tto case of to wear lilie uniform Muo and zy, worn-out- ? Is your Hands On Dummy Clucks. suit, does tho law stipulate that its uniform fur three months boy and spoke- lo him Qit-wHurley. Jind .Lhoro u- - uothit'K In tl.o after lh dnteiof discharge; after that Pathfinder says ihe hands: jjprovlEions apply to persons who serv lack of good health caused At first he in a blr Mi r tashlim. report vlilch thouhl cause MieaslDtss they can not nciir it with ut risk. of on Jfwelors" dummy clooks aro put id initho Chil War? Ans. No from any of the comrebuffed her "Nobml cares what in the market It Is quite probable at about 8:1'S in 6rder to give is mude for payment of pen arret will Imjiri'.oinnent. plaints so common to me ' ho said bitterly. "1 I becomes of effect to tho su'n. This that any increase In supplla-- of ilaik sions to persons who served in Tlio law specifies that the cnlUtod have no one, no mother, no lather. I tobacco will bo miiio than offset ! women? Then why nol Lincoln was icither asman may wear his uniform "Jrom tlu aniiy; law applies to those am i,, not a friend wlia cares whether I .. itl10 deinund on the markuLs soon to f give Cardui a trial? It sassinated at 1: 18 or thut was dlhclir-;IT. S. army or navy at who served in to his home, within drunk or sober or what happen.-- . Mio opened Jn Centnil Kuriiiu, of his rttath, and that Is the. timeo ClVH"War; Confederates wero should surely do for you three months after thu date ot hit. Ho I do." was 1ho iiulck reply reason tho hands aro so placed. Ans. not in servictj of U. S. hut in service Coast of Afciui anil other countries discharge" what it has done for so looked at her in astonishment. iformerly .depending vpon'fUs tyiw of Tills would indicate Ahat, If iho sol- Nonsense; thnnmy clockb with the mf 'government opposed to it. many thousands of olher "Why should you care?" ho naked. Lobaceo Sar Import Jfroin thu Unltul dier stivTs In the town inf his lUuchnrge hands so placed were made many Kxplosion of AVati:rmeloii. "Because I euro for every bay or States. 3t niiiht bo remeuibared aUa for thrceo women who suffered it r Ques. A crocer told mo recently mouths lie may .wear the years'i eforo L'iiic;oln wab "Killed. man who Is bravo enough to light for Uiat the should help you back to has been all thrashul out and' eif having a watermelon explode or tommcrcu iif tho war has in-i- n uniform all that time, 'hut that when- -, his country, and '1 want you to bo fit trod ii cad Anrericau .tobaccc to muiy over ne goes health. It con- home he must adopt' our answer x, absolutely correct. (break open spontaneously. to fight when tho lime cc mes." new markuta not 'provioiuly largo civilian lTlirli. Thn niirmiRn rna t. Tho Iflta abont 'the time of Lincoln's itiilnell.u large quantity of water and Ask some lady friend gaUnnt Ho wnsn't a handsome, buyors of Aiujricun tolwn'o. The give hltj time to obtain an.otttllt of-- death'v.as an areerthoughtiand a fal- 'bad ai. extremely otfensivo smell. who has taken Cardui. and frvekl- Ichap. Ho was lacy ttlthout ai)' real fouiriatlon in "Whatcausetl ,tho explosion? Ans. clvllliui clotlilug. oitfii marVftlnc ot tlm crop will cd, awkward with 'his hands and She wl'J tell you how it toateuily Jk ju&r'kut. rlact. But the War Departnint, it Js Iloubtlfcss pulp nnd juices ot melon land slow of spout'li. hejpedher. Try Cardui. 1'i.lilK-s- . .n. PcrMtliigi's !hi'.U furanented. producing gas whoso be Incllnad a.o wlnl. the ri friend for Ho askqd his oyo at Jltoral violations uf tho rule so Ques. Is General Persliing a He- - pressure at leirgth became sufficient her address and iironilsivl to wrlto K(N)OMJl" ltCJl'COTaVi. ong as .tbo soldier in not ciuight enr-In- g ptiblicai: or a Democrat? Ans. Wo to hurst shell. All to hor he also prtiuihed '.to keep hie uniform nfter his Uireo havo stated in pathfinder that ho is Svvcuto." of Depth Itomb I'likuowu. heif "B:onomic boycott" army men "Inido a Itepubucan. However, months xpiro. Ques. Who Invented tho death In less than a woelc n letter came "probllitth o Tiirlffs" So that when your lioy.cnines huno aio not strong ou politics. 'bomb whioh is being successfully used With these nro the terms Whluli gnxin-up- s young canteen worker to the ho may Leo's hurreiMhr VncoiMlitiitiial. jierfectly aafo In wearing agulnst tho submarines? Ans. Not in tho clohely written pages was an use to Indicate wliat imght 'bt done .ho khakjol Ques. The question has came up jiubllcuily known. for tho admiration of his a notice to Germany looking document official after tho war. 3Jut a jfamlly nnd friends until three months whtsther iho surrtnulor of X.ee to Allotment, to Soldiers Dependents. that til friendless soldier had niaile :argo of Gorman goods which was from the dato of his discharge. Grant was unconditional oratiot; was Ques. In a soldier in tho U. S. lior.tho'lionollclary of a $10,0ti0 gov shipped Into thu United States this It wns unconditional. army compelled to make an allotment fi1gSi::i;."i::ii:;t::i::;iiiii::i:ri3fcrSl it? Ans. ernment life insurance policy. week may put the gucfctiou of trading Definition or '.'rmlstlc' of hulf Ills jrny to scmeono nnd does OhVj, Sho wrote, urging him to make tho with the lluu directly into tho hands Q'ate of Coui-ty- , City of ToleGo, Ques. WJiut is the full meaning the government duplicate the amount ss. Lucas to a relative r his sveot-hear-t, policy out ticiliM, M4Ve--3oath til of American children beforo htatcs-ine- u U frank J. Cheneyof makcanun tthat ho of an "nrntWIco?" SiJis. The term if It is made to his father or mother? m lj;T senior pawner ' of the 9f WWW44 but ho replied that 1m Jind liavo an opportunity evon 'to In- Cheney & Co doing buelnoia in thoP. J. comes from two Latin words weanCity Ans. Allotments aro compulsory Here is your opportunity to Insure nelthor, that her kindness was his dicate a policy in this regard . . . No of Toledo, Cainty and Elate aforesaid, ing against embarrassing errors In spelling, "anus stasid"; it S.t a temptrnry as to a wife, a former wife divorced will pay pronunciation and poor choice of flrst Inccntlro to go straight and if child could possibly know that since and that saM llrm DOLLARSthe xuin of ccssatlMi of hostilities between bel- who is not ONR IIUNDRIID for oach remarried mid to whom words. Know the meaning of puixllne ho died in the service ho wanted hur ISfll. ullpn tlio Mrlvlnlnv Turin Iniv and uery ease of Catarrh that cannot be ligerents by mutual agreement. war terms. Increase your efficiency, alimony has hetn decreed or to childcured by tlio of HALL'S CATABItU to bo repaid In u measure, and tJitelwnB pnMcd u haa ,iee neeeKllury for JIEDIC1NK. uac FHANK J. CHENIST. uhich results in pou cr and success. "Mcuniuv r "Pirthis." ren; allotments to other persona aro me and subscribed In Swam to be scorned the only way In which he BOOlIs ,rt I)oar Ul0 lnnrk of UltJ my niesence, free 6th day of Docembfr, Ques. What does the word Eol-lu- voluntary. If boldlor makes allotthis WEBSTER5 oum repay uer lur puu.uk ,um A. D. 1S3S, A. XV. CJLEABON, manntttelurlnR comlryi ns nppllud to Preich soldiers ment to dependent father or mother Notary Public. ISeaW mother path. NEW INTERNATIONAL Hut if some lutlo girl fiulls "made signify? Ans. Literally 'hairy oiie' or both like nllownneo Is granted by Hall' Catarrh Jtedlclno la taken inacts throURli on in Gormany" stum pod on the pink ternally nndSurfaces of tho the UloodSend it is a nickuamo suggested '.by tho fovt government. the Mucous System. DICTIONARY is an testimonials, free. that the Prench soldiers osten nllov PoHltioiLs Inquiring A'o Kvamimitfoii. teacher, a universal question Sickly children' need White's pasteboard slipper of her Christmas for F. J. CHKNI5V & CO., Toledo. O. grwv. sho will lmvu a nlco point of doll their beards to Ques. Are there any government Sold by all ilruprrletB, 75c. answtier, made to meet your Cream Vermifuge. It not only do- UitlU-i- l Hall's Family rills for constipation. needs. It is in daily uso by Stutes Not An "Ally." positions that do not require an ex strays worms, if there bo any, but It economic policy to .decide. hundreds of thousands of sue Ques-- Why in all statements amination? If so please namo them. Lets iih a strengthening tonic In the icsoful men aud women tlio orid or. "Did you hear wliat thoy io with about tho entente, is .tlio phrato "tho iVns. Thoro aro many temporary tOO.OOO Words. 2700 Pages. C00 II- Ltomuch and bowols. Price 30c per SCHOOl.ltOOM JIU.MOlt. lustrations. 12,000 lllneraphtcal F.n- United States and thu Allies" used, Iiojltions for which no regular ex tho transports when ihoy'ro lato?" jttlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug tiics. 30,0011 0'wirjiililcai Subjects. liibtead of simply snyirg; "tho aljies?" aminations aro required. "Nd, what do thoy do?" For inCCtt'D PBI7E, (llfehest Awaid) m 1 "Now Harold," said tho toachor. Imposition. entente allies formation concornlng them wrlto to Ans. The original "Dock 'oin," American Hoy. niGLXAR and Edlllom. !"if tlioro woro 11 shoop hi a Held and woro Kngland, Frnneo and Kutsla. your senator or representative in con- W''TB 'i" Sperimin I'aijc. FKBIi pumped thu fence, how many I six Upi U uu atme ibis pjpir "1 havo had the sumo coox ;or five Serbia, Italy, Portugal and other na- - gres KOItltV TIIKV SI'OUK. G. & C. MSHRIAM CO., woulil there bo left?" years remarked Mrs. Croslols. Hon associated themsolven with tho Protfi'tiiig; Telephone 1'iom Lightning Sivinsflcld, Muss., U. S. A. "None." replied Harold. u. "Indeed," commentad Mrs. X Quos. entente nations and in n genornl way Ono end of a wire outside yr- -. The members of a certain local ex- lyl "Why, but thore would," said sho. "Ono of you must havo a lovo-I- y tlioy all became "allies," uur gov- - my houso is attached to my telophono shoul- ptlnn board shrugged their : v "No ma'am, thoro wouldn't" disposition." ((ffJ&mA Washington Star. ornmont, perhups heeding Washing- - lino and tho othor eud Is stuok about lers cynically whon a young man np- ho. "Voii may know arithmewarning against "entangling al- - eight inches into tho ground. Don oxomptlon on ton's arcd and asked for tic, but you dou't kpow shuop." (l,87."S,00(),000 POL'.N'Dii llancBS." has refusod to Join tho on- - this protect the telephone 'against ' 1 m o ground ot phlcal disability. I (JIVHN AS KXai.ND'S DKHT tente combine and has chosen to act llgbtuliiK in case tho lute should be v.n on thu ice and hurt I' Fell i ........ I. ' Tan schoul visitor was ssklutf thv to a birse extent oh a illstinet power. 1st rue.? Ans. Only iiuuerfeetly if ..!. Mt til..,. B,.., class s few uue.tions. "Now, how 4o LondoH, Nqr. So. Qrest Urltmiu's So It has to be mentioned separately St all, becsu" your i round our tt sted i deht or,t"rifl'i.' mi S. pi. n- lu J'urr'i.. in i' r 11 kf tV r!atlee. , ,., !it fNh1iK br-- dlcposo Af thlr lMl ' U l'i fnuhv t " .. rI . W 'I, II ,,l , ,',1 S ' ' 1; ' 1 ll ibs, is l ll" bd ' u.,. n iron rod ar u at ! Thsy eU K, i uumwMsH tK eUv- - Ley Baldwin, twrllmantary MwrtUnr Qsktst. vas a , M inM uoa a thiag ;m Ueoce or mora Into the aroau4 i'l solw upaar aad f tkla. U tlw TreAsury. I mat sseasa xa rau w iu va .llUiU. Hu iisat8a8T;-- 7T" hun develtry 1918 TOBACCO. mashaciu: .i i:v.s WITHOUT MKHCV was giiuniiless. , Kan-tnck- y. ton-Mlin- ns AVIUi TAKH TIME mouth nnd rolls liko a hoop? Ans. TO HHING HOYH HOME Many stories ot such snnkes havo been told but It Rooms that thoy aro ' Wnshlngton, Nov. 29. Hoston, nil purely mythical. In Southern New Kork, Newport Ncwo, Va., and states a harmless species of snake, k Charlostown, S C, arc Iho ports tho In color, with three red War Department now plans to uso lines on its sides, goos by tho name of for tho return of tho army from ovcr-aoa- s. hoop-anakbluo-hlnce. HUTLKU 4'OUNTV IIONOHH forly-fivo-o- Ilritirli-AinPrlCR- il "" ?. I - er s do-ha- to-h- mami-companlo- - -' - Helps Sick Women f on ... Vatcr-land"rw- al pj-id- un-Min- i 1 ... "" -- tuu-t4iii- - - The Woman's ol - . -- pro-visl- i Con-fudort- to -- ' pla-,e.o- the-hou- r Wt This-matte- rod-head- tt-n- d ft-e- t, ntnv-foun- i- Druggists -- sn.aUti? .,,,. s" Viuuu-l'acili- o UGIl-lMPE- , Cay-unn- por-slat- ed j6mKf' A-SrJ- fe . e " . iiIol I 1 , i . . . u a4 i . t v ' m i - - 1 The Hartford tlint Mr. Wilson docs not, In his per- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. sonal leadership, represent a majority Uy I. D. Clniro. of tho American people. A commission, mado up of tho really hlg men, Published Weekly by IIAUTFOllI) IMUNTINO COMPANY chosen from hoth great parties, would Tho Hoard of Health Is strictly enno doubt carry greater weight at tho forcing tho llu quarantine with everyIncorporated W. S. TINSLBY, council tnblo than this recently re- body who will pay any nttontlou to C. E. SMITH, , pudiated leader. s. President Republican Scc.-Trca- It. tn..iiiril w!ia rnlsnil 111 t.nillsvlllc JOHN 1IBNHY THOMAS. . . . .M or ilmvmX circles by n report that wng 8(,on wlh ,,, W. S. TIXSIiKY, Associate- - fcdltor ww nnd lluslness MnimRcr. u) wngt ()f Msg ,.,, nm nJ)0Ul ; Whlto, a nurse, and a number of Entered according to law' at tho rei,lgnntions nnd dismissals from the Tostomcc, Hartford, Ky., as mall Uog,)ltnl 8ervico followod. I.ator tho matter of tho second class. fRihar of M(gg whl0 a Gcorgetown " wholesale tobacco dealer, camo down to nm, secarc,i Address nil communications 8tntomcnt thnt Mhw Tho Hartford Republican. White's reputation was nbovo n- 'proach, nnd Dr. Zwlck got n rertlil- chalr"te of good character from tho of NOTICK TO SUnSCItlllEKS. . the o the board of deacons Subscribors desiring the paper sent Is n to a now address must glvo tho old Haptist church, of which ho tier, and so wiped the slate clean. In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Jltst waflll't that a perfectly lovoly , per lino, and Cc per lino for addition-()f wnshng solIeil llneu? b1 Insertion. uwiuancs, urauiuiiu tl,nrn U .... w 11 in uiiiuiiuiiiuu ....... of Thanks, Be per line, monoy In ad going to be stormy weather at the navance Church Notices for services free, tional capital for some tlmo to come. but other ndrortlsdmcnts, Be per lino. The President's unfortuuafb letter Anonymous communications will Issued just beforo tho election was acreceive no attention. cepted as a flagrant violation of precedent and good taste, by tho RepubTELEPHONES. lican members of Congress, and for 12.1 Cumberland the first tlmo broke tho almost mirac00 Farmers Mutual ulous unity that had, In the most trying times of the nation's history, .DECEMBER FRIDAY,. been the country's strength. Coming close upon tho heels of that egregu-ou- s a mem-address aS$,VVSSS STORE NEWSl AT VINSON'S Act Now. The very Some big surprises are here for you. newest made Coals and Suits bought to sell for $30.00 to $35.00 are FOR THE LADIES: v, The quiet girls nlnt the populnrost sweethearts, hut they get tho pick of husbands. ft Solflshness mnkes a lot of misery and old maids In tho worlfl. going The at that a feller may bring' liquor In for personnl use. That suits mo and Tlnslby. We novor did need it for scientific purposes. bollcvcs In plant-I- n If an tntcrs In tho moon, ngrco with him. It'll make him think you air cr Tho Court of Appeals hns ruled .. ...., smart. Alec Porter has made that trustln' wife of hls'n believe three nips a day will keep a county official from bavin' tho flu. i,t now we intend they shall flew away. Other big bargains in Coats and Suits at $10, $12.50, $15, $16.50. It is just like throwing a five or ten spot away not to see us. We don't have to charge, credit and delivery prices. Long before the war we were doing just as Uncle Sam says now, cutting out all unnecessary expenses. We were the last people to raise goods and tha first to pnt them down. Do you believe in our way? If so, say so. Big bargains all over the house. A big lot of Outing on sale at 25c yard. $2. usWSiy? back, and "Flu" held It'll soon git so people can have anything they want to cat if they can dig up the price. rale cntcrtalnin' young lady at the table will kcop a grouchy man from klckin' at a slow boardin' house A The very best heavy dark Outing at 35c yard. Now don't that sound good. Some Ginghams yet at 22c yard. The heavy yarn sox are here. all wool Serge at $1.00, all colors, worth Don't forget the yard-wide, x VI easy $1.50. the President's decision, over tho protest of many mem bers of his own party as well as that of tho opposition, to attend tho ;uv conference in Europe. It is plain now to the most stupid observer that tion. the President is rapidly sacrificing country, and it looks like a waste of perfectly tho harmony of the It apple Is peculiarly unfortunate that such a good money to put tho jail in utNew equipment was com- condition should arise when the plo order. ago and not a single most harmony should prevail among pleted months while we are going prisoner has appeared for service lawmakers, through the after the war reconyet. , struction. If confusion ensues the of the flu ban in nation will know where to place the Tho enforcement When the Prsident set about appointing members of the pcaco conference ho thought Woodrow Wilson waB about tho best timber in sight, and appointed, himself by acclamablunder Is waiter. this colum but tno gootiesi woman in UIU 1. ... I'd write a whole lot more stuff for itnil,l WUilU It fnnito iv - o n (t iv T li n n- f it 111) n J. T. VINSON & SON, - Beaver Dam, Ky. cautious. QteM9MMro0mSS9raSMroSAraM;& Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn Cattle Auction: Ohio County has been farclal. Persons taking it or just recovering from Laxity of it have gone out at will. responsibility. HOILEI) DOWX. authority, whether of parent or official, brings authority into disrepute Congress will reduce letter postand contributes to anarchy in public age to tho old rate, with tho passage sentiment. of tho war revenue bill. The Todd County Times, one of tho The Court of Appeals has declarablest Democratic weekly newspapers law forsays Gov. Stanley is the ed unconstitutional the in tho state, bidding one to bring liquor luto promost ungrateful of men. That he personal use. statement j hibition territory, for issued his Thanks-Givin- g without once thanking woodrow Wil- ' The President has signed th.-- ' bill Mm for snatching him from defeat at prohibition of-- 1 making natlon-wld- o the recent election. fectivo July 1, 191S, until after the army Tho President told congress that ileniobillatlcin of the upon a basis as peace was to be made The total number of soldiers of of his fourteen conditions it was Im- ho present all tho combatants who died or was Iterative that he should at the peace conference to explain KIIle" ft""ring uio war 1S ubumiucu :u " n ft A ft ft Colonel Roose I ,uvvtuuul these conditions. velt told the country .sometime ago Not more than ten thousand air- these fourteen conditions needcil planes were in use by all the nations explanation. iat war, up to July 1st. Tho magnitude of tho Republican , ,. ftft KHft victory tbis year is shown by tho fact wauituu &Cill tuu,uuu MJ1UIUIS III that the stnte.s in which tho Republi- Europe during the war. cans elected a majority of the mem- i German surrender of army equip- bers of the lower Hoiue of congress a presidential neat included 5,000 guns, 25,000 ma-- k indicated, had it been election, tho Republicans would have chine guns, 1,700 airplanes, 5,000 had im electoral oto of SS!J nnd the locomotives, 150,000 cars, 5,000 motor cars and tho navy, including the Democrats 1SG. i ; i I ,... .! submarines. If no other reason existed for a change of administration In 1920, llurlcsqueson's miserable postofflco mismanagement would justify it. In tho six years of his inefficient management' of tho postofllce department we have never seen, even in the most partisan Democratic newspaper, a line of commendation of the postal Wo have received a copy of Pinnacle Dally News, published Kivo hundred American newspa per reporters have sailed for Europe to report Iho proceedings of tho peace ' There hain't been a case of bad Herald for several years, has gone, cold in the county this fall. It's with his family, to Mayflcld, Ky., 'markablo. whero Mr. Coombs has accepted a position with tho Mnyfleld MessenTlnsloy had tho flu last week but ger. Mr. and Mrs. Coombs mado a he kept hangln' round the shop, so host of friends while In Hartford, who he wouldn't give It to his wife. He regret to see them leavo. Mr. Walwanted his wife to go away, let him ter Creep .will have charge of tho tay at the house and send for a train- Herald. ed nurse, but Miss Tlnsley vetoed the scheme. And Tins stayed at the j Wo hopo our correspondents did shop. not think we wero only joking when we asked the report of tho unusual The President is by the peace con- incidents of their communities, such ference like tho country boy Is by as tho married couple living longest the swiminin' hole, Sunday after- .together, etc. Such matters have noon, ho jist can't keep away. 'real news value and wo will appreo ciate a report of them. Tho piece of Mrs. Inez Griffln, who has been furniture longest in use, tho oldst visiting in Ohio county for several bible, old books, and a score of other weeks, will return to her home in out of ordinary events, will Interest Mrs. Griffln form-oral- our readors. Texas tomorrow. was a resident of Hartford, and has a host of friends and relatives We sympathize with editor Coombs here and in the county. because of the failure of his effort to got out an issue of the Herald this Little Cora May Southard, daugh- week. With his linotype operator ter of Mr. and Mrs. Talmage South- ill of influenza, a balky linotype and ard, of Simmons, is improving after no help, ho was forced, much as he a severe attack of influenza followed regretted to disappoint his patrons, Mr. and Mrs. South- to give up tho attempt. We offered by pnuumonla. ard have lost two choldron within the him such asslstanco as wo could give, lust few weeks. with our own crippled force, which he rewarded with grateful thanks. Mr. E. E. Krown and family will We hopo Mr. Creep will havo better move to I.Ivermore next Thursday, luck in gotting tho Herald to Its pawhore they will make tholr home. trons next week. Mr. IJrown is manager of the CoItegulate tho bowels when they fall operative storo at Island, and would Herbino Is an to move properly. have moved to that city, but was bowel regulator. It helps to secure a house in which to the liver and stomach and restores a live. lino feeling of strength and buoyancy. Mr. W. II. Coombs who has, been Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug n editor and manager of tho Hartford Co. ly un-'ab- lo f : t t ' t lib Head J FRIDAY DEC. 20 26Heid 1 Bert B. Stith will sell his entire herd of register- ed cows and bulls including the great Bull Max Mas- tepeice by Avondale. A fine opportunity fnr nnr stock men to increase their herd near homo . Munv 4 O-- conference. I It is planned to put the United States army on a footing of a half million men. I the at Kentucky's public debt . Is now j The Kaiser Has Had A Good Licking j "' l of the best bulls in Ohio County come from this herd. Sale on the farm 1 mile West of - r ELIZABETHTOWN, KY. 4 $ lZil Eisacstxs Two Points to Remember About J5he IH mnnv cnnnrl rnnrnrlnnnin' rlnrino nn fhi 1 market. There is but one which is assnnintpd with the name of a great inventor. ThoVA nvo New Edison MIddlesboro, Ky., and notice that Mr. C. T. Likens, until recently editor of tho Cancyvlllo News, has leased the Pinnacle plant, and Is now both editor and publisher of that paper. Mr. liikons mado the Cnneyvllle News ono of tho best little papers in western Kentucky, nnd we are glad to see him enter n larger Held of newspaper It is reported that at a conference of representatives of tho Allied It was decided to demand that Holland surrender tho for trial by an allied court. by his wifo, left tho port of New York, Wed- nesdny, for Europe, whero ho will at- - ' President Wilson, attended Now we can tuirTour attention to something j else. About the next thing of any importance is Christmas; and it is not a bit too early to begin look- ing for that present. Goods of all kinds are very J scarce, but we began buying early, here and there, so we are in a position to show you a splendid line of the merit of which strong assertions are made. There is but one which has ever been offered to prove the truth of its claims. There are many sound reproducing devices about i tend tho peuco conference. Closing an admirably editorial on A split In tho Kentucky Associa- tho good that will grow out of this tlon of Haptlsts, assembled at hnrriblo war, Editor Glenn, of tho this weok, was averted by Mudlsonvlllo Hustler, notes us ono tho Hov. Hoyco Taylor withdrawing happy incident tho passing of de his nomination for reelection us Mod- and then nominational predjudice, of tha AsaoclatInn ,,, adds this pregnant sentence: "Wo now Camp-bellsvlllo JJ ,. Ladies' Wrist Watches Girls' Wrist Watches Military Goods A Good Lot of Ivory Goods Traveling Sets and Manicure Sets Fountain Pens, Photo Cases, Lockets, Safety Razors, Cigarette Cases, Vanity Cases, Picture Frames, Lavalliers, Rings of all kinds, Fobs and Chains, Stick Pins, Cuff Buttons. A big line of regular Watches, clocks, silver Ware and a fine lot of Eastman Kodaks and supplies, and hundreds of other pretty and useful gifts, which you can't afford to miss seeing. We test and fit eye glasses, too. 1 The only instrument which bears the stamp of a great inventor's name the only instrument which has been subjected to the searching test of actual comparison with the artist's living voice is The New Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul." The makers of the New Edison assert that it RECREATES the artist's voice or instrument with such complete fidelity that no human ear can distinguish N. ' . I f f 1 servo warning to tho preachers of A reHtrlctlonB on tho alU0lmt of tho church of which wo aro a wem- ar ,)0UKht for fan WOfo her, that wo shall nevor hereafter, so moveil Tuesday. ' long as wo llvo, sit silently and heari those of another religious denomlna- I)p Gar()el(, haa res,gncd aH Foder. tlon villllled or misrepresented." Wo1.,, Kucl A(,m,nlstrator nlld w, r0. would to God that every clt zen of m,mo , Uon U3 I)resl(lunt of tho world would subscribe to this w,amH college. , Itrkti Ijtftu unnlti.ii.iit it ilin Miiiiitnvit vll In j u 4mj uviMiHivuv vfc editor. XOTICK TO TAXIWYKHS. '. Tho Prusldeut hns an undisputed 'ni,s ,,s '''"H '"W CAIJj right to play his own ponco commis- -' sionor at Vemulllos, but nmny people TAXKS UNTIL THK PKXAirv doubt tho IS i AaonlIn aiAttiuut mm m xvadioucy of his doing o. A1)1)KI. CO.MK AT OXCK, KICTTKK to tha President's own vol?, TAXISS AXI HVVK TIl tka mult of tha rcrat ' J. B. TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. I the artist from the Then they proceed to prove it by subjecting the instrument to the acid test of direct comparison with the living artist. More than 1500 of these tone tests have been conducted Invariably the result proved the truth of this claim. Why has no other device been subiected to this test? FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, fact MnHiHutton nf Ilia lMdarakiu In the :i..tiya-- of Europe kuow uow ; S. A. Ult.VTCIllBK. Ml WILSON. Manager. FORDSVILLE, KY. "ltf. Sheriff Ohio County. !o mm7frritmrrrri pTOT..,.,raJ CoqJ: Suits i AND Coats w Another shipment of Coats and C6at 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 Now store every nrtlclo In stock Walter Williams, son of Bud Williams, of near Roslnc, died from nbsolutoly new. an attack of pneumonia, in Frnnco, W. H. BAIZE. November 14. Mrs. Nancy Alford Is very III at tho One, two nnd thrco ply roofing, homo of her daughter, Mrs. Ed. k tho sort thnt makes a roof, found at f W. K. ELLIS & Bro's. M fJi 11 fnvilln nlilnnml n nn rt 23t4 viii v III VIIIUlll Cill'JW corn Monday for which ho paid $1.26 per bushol. Mr. Sam Barnctt, who wns very suddonly nttnckod with double pneu Mlsa Hcssln Clark, of Sunnydnlc, monia Into Monday afternoon, Is vlsltod relatives nnd friends In Hartford hist week. Mr. Rowan Holbrook who is enIn Mr. Buck Tlchanor, of MoIIonry, gaged in tho tobacco business lost n small child of lnflgonza the Oweniboro, was horo n part of tho weok. first of tho week. no-lea1 (. Christmas Gifts Now Ready. A wealth of useful and appropriate gift things has been assembled for you. A gift from this exclusive shop for women, men and children not only reflects the good taste of the giver, it insures the full jr lr? I k I AJT Z1 4 " ' 7 value. If vou have not bought and really intend 'to make a purchase NOW IS YOUR TIME. $24.98v $30.00 values Serge Poplin Suits $21.98 Suits $25.00 values Serge Coat 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. . Maltye Tlchenor was the wook Mr. Tom Wilson, of Old Union, has end guost of Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Ash-b- recently lost two chlldron and two grnndchihlron, ono of whom lived at Contertown. with him, of Influenza. Mr. Shelby Stevens, who had an The law requiring men to labor attack of pneumonia following Influ thirty six hours a week, Is n state b enza, Is Improving. law, and Its operation Is not affected Tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Fos by tho closing qt tho war. I ter Bcnnott has been quite 111 of pneu Lieut. James Glenn, who was re monia for several days. cently mustered out of tho military Wnltor Campbell and wlfo are tho service, has accepted a position as proud parents of a "bran new girl" salesman with Fair & Co. Covn, born November 30th. Tho namo of Willlo Orr, of Rey Mr. and Mrs. John Bell spent Sat- nolds Station, appeared In the list urday night and Sunday with of those dying of wounds, In the casualty list published Monday. at I'leasant Uldge. Mlws y, appreciation of the recipient. Below we mention articles suitable : For L&dies: Muffs, Collars, Kid Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Camisoles, Towels, Waists, silk Hose, Hand Bags Cloaks and Umbrellas. lkm&&Gi f ROWAN IIOLIHvOOK, X .1. Sw. .t-- Treni. t V. HOIIKHTS, Pros. T..,SHANKS, V. P. A. BUKSLKK, .Us'l. Sec. & Tron. I The -- Daviess County Loose Leaf j 1 Tobacco Warehouse Co. (Im'(ii'loritU'l.) x Is now open for business. We will take care of any business intrusted to us and see tnat every man gets a square deal.. We know how to handle tobacco and have one of the largest and best lighted houses in Owensboro. GIVE US A TRIAL. . ., Among the names reported as hav Babbit season is now open, will pay the highest market price, cash. ing died of wounds, In the casualty W. E. ELLIS & Bro. 20t4. list published Monday, was William McKinloy Mason, of Llvcrmore. Sco the ad of Burt B. Smith, of EUzabcthtown, announcing auction Mrs. T. Q. Fortncy, who w'ith her son, Karle, has been visiting anlo of thoroughbrcad cattle. her sister, Mrs. C. E. Smith, returned to Dr. J. B. Tappan is ablt to bo back her home at Central City, Sunday. at his store after having been confined to his room with Influenza. Miss Evalyn Thomas, who has been attending State University, came Mrs. Palestine Webb, of near Beda, home Sunday, the school having been left Sunday for RIchton, Mississippi, adjourned until the first of tho year. where she will spend the winter. Heavrin nnd Martin have moved InGeno Lauterwuaser and Klrtis to their new suite of offices, which Whoberry went to Louisville Tuesday, when completely equipped, will bo where they will seek employment. one of tho best suits of law offices in town. Mrs. Garfield Barnard and children, of Dundee, wore Thanksgiving Flu is still striking at the printing guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Howard. offices. Mr. Gordon Young, who conducts a job plant at Beaver Dam, Joe Westerfleld, who has been a and his family are victims of the resident of Hartford for some time, disease. has moved to his farm qear Dundee. Mr. C. M. Crow has been elected After nearly three weeks of being City Clerk to fill the vacancy caused laid up with the flu, deputy sheriff, by the resignation of Mr. W. II. Boy Keown is able to be out again. Coombs, who will leave for Mayfield this week. Mr. A. C. Chinn. of HofUn, sold S00 pounds of tobacco, over tho Daviess The funoral of Mr. Delmer Stewart. County loose leaf floor, Tuesday for who died recently of influenza, will $254. bo preached by Rev. Birch Shields, at Green River Baptist church, Sunday Mrs. Madallno Wells, of Akron, at 11:00 A. M. Ohio, is tho guest of her fathor, Mr. Thad Barnard, near Sandefur's CrossThe life insurance, policy, carried ing. in tho Maccabees by the lato Bob Rcn-frohas been paid, a check for samo Khfi-aA six months old red, having been received by Record Keepmale. calf. Whlto face. Notify er Williams last week. J. T. Ralph, Hartford, Route, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson spent Sunday with relatives In Owensboro. Mr.. A. M. Ilnrnett moved to town Mr. Ruben Anderson, Carl's fathor, Friday. He moved into tho property returned with them and will remain recently purchased from Mrs. J. P. with them for tho winter. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Foreman left Hooker Williams has moved into Friday for Hazard, Kj, where they tho house recently vacated by Joo will spend the winter with their son. Westorfleld, on. Union street, near Jack Foreman, who is chlof engineer of tho J. B. Allen Construction Co. tho college. Tho City Board of Supervisors, h Walter Creep, local editor of Tho consisting of Judgo W. 11. Barnes, Herald, is recovering from a severe Ranso Martin nnd J. W. Ford, con- attack of flu at his homo in Owensboro, nnd will bo back on the job of vened Monday. gathering news items next week. One of tho children of Mrs. Guy Tho City Board of Supervisors con Rannoy died at Broadway Sunday, session, and another Is very sick and not ex vened Monday for a three-da- y and will go over tho city tax list and pected to live. ralso those who it appears havo not etc., high Sheriff S. A. Bratcher has collected listed their property, ?91,000 of taxes. This is the largest enouh. tax collection over mado in tho counMrs. O. H. Richardson, of Heflln, ty prior to Decomborl. died of influonza Saturday nnd her Our foreman, Mr. Itamoy Duke, remains were burioJ Sunday at Mt who has been laid up a couple, of Hormon. Mrs. Richnrdscn vus 21 wcoks with influenza, was able to years old, and leaves a husband and two chlldron. visit tho office Wednesday. For Men: Silk sox, Gloves, Ties, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Suitcases, Handbags, Shoes, Overcoats, and lots of items suitable for boys and girls. Visit our Store for your needs. Respectfully yours, i Carson (EL Co. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. BUYING WAR SAVINGS STAMPS HELPS YOU AND UNCLE SAM. Ift V "'" .0Om aim illPl . t t 4- . X X rTMafSM .MJByiwiisi wHHS9HliL! jKMBjaajNKg; 'raajnK 1 1 aaSBBEirSiRafci JMBCTWJMpiHlBSaMaSBKiaBfe The Hartford Republican KIUDAY,. .DECEMBER I Fair prices treatment at clean stock, courteous W. H. BAIZES' store. Iko Foster came homo from Central City ami spent Sunday with his B. K. B. TIMK TABLK. L, H. louth Bound, No. 116 9:06 a. in. One at Hartford Agent Mlsekko Is nolo to bo at his post nt thu depot aftor a slogo of tho Korth Bound, No. 114 8.46 p. m. "flu." Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Tralna.) 4 and C Inch drain tile, and 24 Inch well tilo. W. K. ELLIS & llro. 23t4 I I We handle the famous Progress Brand Stoves and Ranges, and have a full line on hand. We invite you to come in and take a look at these biscuit brown-er- s, and get our prices. If you are in the market for a cook stove of course you will come here and get the best value for your money. HEATING STOVES Our line of heaters is complete, and our prices are right too. If you want to keep warm this winter, buy that heater from COOK STOVES Personal News and Social Events. Hon. Lnfo Embry and Mr. Tina Em-hrof Unlzotown, wero In Hartford Monday. y, T Mr. J. Will T.iytor. of the Hickory urge our corWo must again neighborhood, eultod in ns ivHIo In respondents to sign their communicaTry W. II. BAIZE for groceries, no- - town Mouduy. tions nnd to omit mention of ono IIUUO VtVi Sam Rlloy returned from Now neighbor visiting another. Mr. Reot Clark, of Sunnydalo, call Vory last week where ho had taken a car of turkeys. Tho oil wells at Dundee and Olaton cd on us Monday. are both expected to bo completed Mr. Iko Mason, of Central Kentuc- this month, and wo shall soon know Henry Plrtlo, of near town, Is reky nnd northern Indiana, was In It lucky strikes are to bo made In covering from a case of flu. tbe.se, communities. town Saturday. Dona Donhnm, of Nocrook, is Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Hoavrin spent a few visiting relatives in Louisville. h. L. Portor, of tho Heflln neighdays tho first of tho week with rela- borhood, has accepted a position with Mr. Fonza MldkilT, of Sulnjiur tives in Owensboros tho American AssociaSprings, called on us Monday. tion at Island, of which Mr. E. E. Big stock Farm Wagons on hand Brown Is mnnngor. Mr. James Duff and Mrs. Duff, of bought beforo recent advances. Prices right. Terms cash or noto. Dundee,' woro In town Monday. As nu Inducement fur person, who FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. llvo at n dlutaoa of forty miles or lew from Fordavllle, to trade with uu, we For freah groceries go to W. II. Mi). W. II. Wiuldlo and dauahtar. will pay train fare both ways, If you Baizo next door to Bank of Hartford. Vloln, and Mrs. H. L. Aahby, of this ptireaaae aa muuh as 93I.QQ ar more Thanlwglvlnj wjtli Mr. wwl from us. latino Foitar spent Wtdnaa- - olty. Mrs TvRWVlUUS PLANWU MILL CO. at Qtntjartoyvn, , Mtl. QUlurt lfiatuU. at IMIww day with har mother, Write Fordsvlllo Planing Mill Company for their best delivered prices on Gasoline Engines, Corn Mills and Wood Saws. Mills and saws are run by Gasolino Engines. Far mors will find these to bo satisfactory and fully ACTON BROS.! HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 lnt Tax Commissioner Ward and his Miss Salllo Coleman, of Paradise, Muhlonburg county, who was attend- duputios have about completed the ing Stato University, nt Lexington, Is assessment of tho property of the county. Tho total assessment will W. H. Balzo has opened up a now 111 of Influenza in that city. probably run to near ten million stock of groceries, Notions, Shirts, Collars, Stockings etc, and will apMiss Elizabeth Davison, who hai dollars. Mr. Ward has hud his offico preciate any favors you may show been intending Stato University, .it opou since August 1, and In no single him. His stock is fresh and now and Loxlngtou, came homo Sunday. A day has failed to list property your genorous patronage Is solicit- number of now cases of Influenza ed. Next door to Bunk of Hartford. broko out In tho University and tho Miss Hazel Horry, of Carlisle, wbc school was udjourncd until January has boon in charge of the mllinerr Mr. and Mrs. Wilburu Tinsloy wore 1st. department with Fair & Co., for the surprised Monday, on receipt of a As an inducement for persons, wbc past two soaeons, will loavu Monday letter from their son, Mr. Ravmer Tlniloy, who Is In the Federal ser llvo at a dlitaueo of forty miles or to epoud the holidays with her broth-o- r t Dayton, Ohio, Mls Berry Ii a vice at Waco, Texai. ndvliin them lew from Pordeville. to trade with 13 that tUoy wero grandparents for the tie, we will yajr train fare both way, vwy cultured ant) lovable mo m mueh ns ?25 H' cr :i! h is in, di miny li : aeeond tine. The aarprlalug fevtute If you jMtrea lit twl t r '"T Tln.trv iifa t. f III ,u uiore (com fr. Afi here, who wtli Vt dl4 not ktow the atortu wua krewfutf. ' FOUDtYlLkB PbAMIKQ MIUU CO- - thecttjr. guaranteed. u. ir V r ty 'TT T V n M ".'- - ., m wrn? ADVICE Jf. '.- - '1 h.irihviiml iinii.iHoHH in ...ili.i llirr... Is a Hiiltabto vomuI in which to cur; TO pork. Tlio bnrrot should be olcnn mil tight bo ns to prat cut leak .go. A CIUCUIT COUUT. KOCKPOKT. luce stone or metal Jnr y tho beat Judgo It. W. Slack, Owonsboro. Ch'm'n. Honrd Jauica Wilson. brine-curethough It Is some- - c ,, lnor i w,,,ch to Pre nienl lmt haii Mm limit nf Curlns Tork. Clerk Hushing Hunt, Comh. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartexpensive. Danger from (ho lUnl cost ,, ,lJglli mne or On ninny farms Iho butchering or a times loss l'ollco Judge John T. Jackson. - jrr.ts nntl other vermin is less in tho met,,j containers are very easily kopt ford. epftlM fin PMRI AMD REPORT hog or two to furnish tho homo sup Marshal Will Langford. pork, lloth of brlnc-curoft balTei ,8 lue(l ro,uateilij Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. bo more gonorally caso ply of moat would , - methods of curing arc very success- - for INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS ne0SMry to practiced (luring the Into fall and win hi:avi:h dam. crlnB 1M)rlc ,t Master Commissioner1 Otto C. Mnr-tlotioh j gclIrt lt 01t thoroughly Iwfon fronTi tor If mothods of kcoping the meat ful if care Is taken to see that AFTER INFLUENZA Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. MoKennoy. Hartford. porrc is pucKen into n. nninniumi. inmw'" wero more generally Clerk It. W. King, Trustee Jury Fund Cal 1'. Koown, EPIDEMIC. people who would llko to re - lowing in the method of dry curing: Somo l'ollco Judge J. W. Cooper. For each 100 pounds of meat it Hartford. VhhWd I'm. duco their ment hill by the home Marshal It. F. Slovens. 2 and ono half Pnt backs cut Into suitable pieces butchering method fear that a part 7 pounds of unit, S. PtlbliO Health Service Warns 1st Monday In March i 2 days KOUDSVIM.K. of the meat might spoil and thus he pounds sugar and 2 ounce saltpeter. for curing ere generally treated In Com'th. and Civil. Ribiie Against Tuberculosis. Ingredients thoroughly, the following manner: The pieces of Ch'm'n. Hoard W. It. Jouee. Mix all the wasted before it could be uied. To 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. of the quantity of meat are packed in n container and d Clerk Oils Cobb. iu,slst such people and others who do then rub One Million Caaos TubercuIn July 12 dnys 1st Monday over the moat and pack a picklo mndo of the following InPolice Judge C. !. KoMltigor. butchering, In curing pork properly this mixture losis in United Stales Each a Marshal Urnut Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. lopnrtment of It away in a box or on the table. The gredient is poured over tho meat: the United States Agriculture recommends the follow- third day broak bulk and rub on half To four gallons of water add 10 12 days Source of Danger. 3d Mundny iu Septotubcr of tho remaining mixture over the pounds of sell and two ounces of salting: Civil. UKPICIAIj SCHOOL CAI.KNDA1U moat and again pack the moat. peter for each one hundrd pounds of Curing Agents. 12 dnys Influenza Convalescents Should Have 4th Monday in November County Hoard of Kdticatlou. sugar, and molas- Hrenk bulk tho soventh day and rub meat. Salt, saltpeter, Lungs Examined Colds Which Hang Com'th. and Civil. of tho mlxturo ovor ses aro tho principal preservatives the remainder E. S. Howard. S. S. O. C. On Often Beginning of Tuberculosis. meat and pack tho moat to cure. Take A (Jrape Cure. COUNTV COUUT. used In curing pork. Ilorax, boric the Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartNo Cause for Alarm if Tuberculosis Allow ono day and a half cure for of unfermonted grapo Tho effect acid, formalin, salicylic acid, anil othIg Recognized Early Patent Medi- MoetB first Monday In each month, ford, Ky. pound tho pieces of meat aver- Juice as a drink has been studied at er chemicals aro sometimes used, but each W. DuIT, Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. cines Not to Do Trusted. age. After tho meat has cured, tho European "grapo cures" and to a dudgo Mack Cook. their use is prohibited in connection Ky. wash each piece flth lukewarm water slight extent in laboratories. It is with meats and products to which County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, ': generally claimed that tho consumplaw is and hang in tho smoke house. tho Federal Clerk W. C. Ulankenshlp. Ky. Another dry Quro is as follows tion of a reasonably largo quantity cappllable. SherllT S. A. Urntchcr. Ilcware tuberculosis after In- Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Itoslno, 100 pounds of meat use of it improves digestion, diminishes Salt when applied alone to meat S For each I1ihmi7.ii. No need to worry If Superintendent B. S. Howard. Ky. pounds of salt, 3 pounds of warm Intestinal fermentaton and results In you tnke precautions In time. makes it very hard and dry, because Jailer Worth' Tlchonor. Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stcvons, Doav-c- r 2 ounces saltpeter, 3 ounces an increase in weight. Don't dliiguoe your own con- its action draws out tho meat Juices sirup, pepper Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Dam, Ky. and 2 ounces red pepper. ilnck your doctor cxniii- - if dltlon. Have and hardens the muscle fibers. SaltSurveyor C. 8. Moxley. Dlv. No. G Nat Lltidloy, Center-towAll tho above ingredients should MAY TAKK LIQUOR Ine your lungs several times nt peter Is used to preserve tho natural Coroner E. P. Hodgcrs. Ky. monthly Intervals. Itulld up.tour INTO 1)KV COUNTIKS color of tho meat. It Is more astrln-go- be mixed thoroughly together. Hub strength with right living, good Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In piece of meal thoroughly with FIHCAJj COUUT. salt and should bo used each than food and plenty of fresh air. Fobrunry; 1st Monday In April; 1st Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 26, Those Sugar and molasses act this mlxturo and pack the meat in sparingly. Don't waste money on patent Moots Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Monday in Aubulk on a clean floor or table or in legislators who wore convinced that, dlfforcntly than salt. They soften medicines advertised to cure tuIn January, April and Octobor. gust; 1st Monday iu October; 1st tho muscle fibers and improve the a container. In ten days break bulk In view of tho decision of tho United berculoslt. .ml repack the meat. This is done to States Supreme court in somo west1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny in December. llweoiue n fresli-nl- r crank nnd flavor of tho meat, henco tho comCounty Hoard of Examiners llouto 3. E. S. enjoy life. bination of salt and sugar makes a make tho euro more uniform and to ern case, tho Court of Appeals of prevent souring. Allow the meat to Kentucky would overrule, its pre 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. good cure. cure five or six weeks. vious opinions as to the constituer Dam. Duff. Urine Curing And Dry Curing. tional right of a man to carry liquor Washington, D. P (Special.) Ac- 3rd District Q. U. Drown, Simmons. Jan. 2(5 and 20 Common School Much diversity of opinion exists as for his own personal use into dry cording to a report Hindu to the Pnlted 4th District O. W. Ilowe, Center- - Diploma Examination. to tho merits of the two ways of curStates Public Health Service, the epicounties, were mistaken. town. May 10 and 11 Common School Wintering Idle Horses. ing brining and dry curing. It Is The Court of Appeals iu an opin demic of Inlluonza In Spnln has al- nth District W. C. Daugherty.Dnlzo-tow- n. Diploma Examination. less trouble to pack meat in a barrel At this time of tho year practically ready caused nn Increase In the prevainvolving tho interpretaMay 17 and IS County Teachers' r and pour on brine than to rub meat all the heavy work on most farms has ion lence and deaths from pulmonary tu(Ith District Act of 191 S, berculosis. A W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination (white). throe or four times with salt. The been finished, and during the winter tion of the beassociation U. F. Illco, Fordsvlllo. May 24 and 2S County Teachers brino keeps away insects and vermin. horses are moro or less idle. Since reiterated its former ruling that a tween billucnzn nnd tuberculosis wni 7th District man has a right to carry it in for recently made by Sir Arthur Xews-holm- 8th Dlstrlct-i- lJ. C. Ithoades, Hart- Examination (colored). If directions are followed closely and Idle horses give no return in labor the chief medical olllcer of the ford, Kouto G. pure water is used in making the performed, the feeding should be as his own porsonal use. Juno 22 and 23 County and Ski to The Court said in an opinion by Elitllih public health mtvIco. In Ills brine, lt will not spoil and should economical as possible, and proper Teachers' Exnmlnntlon (whiter. nti.ilybls 6t IIAKTKOHD. keep for a reasonable length of time. care should bo taken of 'the animals Commissioner Clay, the whole court In Kngland. the tuberculosis death rate Juno 2S nnd 29 County nnd State Mayor J. E. Bean. Tenchors' Examination (colored). It the brine becomes "ropy," It should in order that they may be In the best sitting, that the General Assembly in order; that the people of the Unitbe poured off and boiled or a new possible condition for work in- the 'cannot exercise a forbidden power ed Stales may profit by the experience Sopt. 20 and 21 County and State Clerk J. A. Howard. merely to enforce a law it has tho of other countries Surgeon Operal brine made. A cool cellar Is the early spring. Pollco Judge C. Til. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (white). fttipert r.lue of the United States Pubmost desirable place for both brino Sept. 27 and 2S County and Statu Murshal E. P. Casebler. Horses should not be confined to power to enact." Thomas llarber was convicted In lic Health Service lias Just Issued n and dry curing, though moro mois the barn during the winter on a ture is required for dry curing. When liberal supply of grain". It Is far bet Ilowan county of carrying in liquor warning emphasizing the need of spe-clprecautions at the present time. meat is cured during warm weather ter to "rough" them during the cold from Lexington and sentenced to We Knock the Spots Out of Thing MKperleiiee WILL YOU tho dry salt method of curing is far months. They should be given the twenty days in jail and a line of $60. the Surgeon seems to indicate," .says persons Gcnonl, "that TAKE was for his own per- whilst' The liquor safer than the brine method. run of the yard or lot during the day. resistance has been weakened Is advisable to rub with fine salt This should bo provided with a pro- sonal use, and he was convicted unfl by an attack of lulliicnzn are peculiarthe surface of (lie meat and allow it tected shed, one that Is thoroughly der the act of 10 IS, prohibiting car- ly susceptible to tuberculosis. With millions of Its, people recently affected to drain, flesh side down, for C to 12 dry and well supplied with bedding rying it for any purpose. with liitluenii this country now of- French Dry Cleened and Preisol It i A Trealanl hours before being put In tho cure. V.'hJie nature d kr part and proSuperior Manner. fers conditions fatorlng the spread of unis applies to both brine and dry tects the horse, with a heavy coat of (or WEAK OKK.'lN OK TllAiKS(!IVIX(J J).V tuberculosis." curing. Send us your Garments and Sm hair during the cold months, the shed LUNGS or Wl'lm-Cur- i'd One Million Consumptives In the h5 rWKty.awsi iwtsv- Pork. Them is, necessary in order to afford the The flrm ThanksghiiiK Daj was GONSUMPT OK United States. There aro many different formu- necessary shelter and protection observed by the I'ilgram Fathors at CLEANED CLHAN "Then you consider this a serious las for curing pork by the brino meth- against rains, snow, and cold winds. Plymouth, Mass., 1021. The suttler.s od, but tho rocipe given below if Winter winds come mo3tly from the and their Indian guests feasted on Dienace?" was asked. "In my opinion Packages called for and uellverel I A r.nTlf ri.t:i.f fnr lltil lirrtl. runtlo.n frrlior. It is, though 1 hasten to add It Is dis followed closely will give vory good north and northwest, and the shed wild turkeys and deer. mini in or ceniuniplloii. hrpior tinctly one iiKiilnst which the people Tl TC nnrPniftlf; H 111 i cnuirtii. wrik tuns clirtl. niclit rJl.II II do results. should bo so situated and constructed ran guard. So far as one can estimate I HC LL I L I ULUlllllU LLUJ t!iis, you 11 coils ou notlnut. During the revolution Thanksgivnot help 4 Vor each 100 pounds of meat use as to give the propor protection from ing was u national institution, annu there are at present nbout ono million Lock box oie A. Iv Null, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL 00, 1! one half this quarter. 8 pounds of salt. and COLUMRU o ally recommended by Congress; but cases of tuberculosis fu the United HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. There is unfortunately no d pounds of sugar or sirup, J ounces of In the feeding of idle horses aiter tho general Thanksgiving for States. census available to show ex- - j saltpeter and 4 gallons of water. .feed should be avoided in or- peace lu ITS I, thoro was no national complete of tuberculosis per-- 1 In warm weather 9 or 10 pounds der to keep them in propor condition .ipuiiitment until 17S3, when Wash- nctly Inthe number despite GOOD siimuCTmi uv mwiune imniTMiTV sons the fact that each state preferable. of salt are v rf? W Jl'3 9 M , LLrJItUIUUi fllii uJldhLCu UlillLllulll at the lowest price. It has been ington, by request of Congress, re- most of the states have made tho ills- I Q H VL lhcMJSmciUTOILSriiiEUM&M Allow four days' cure for each found that idle horses" do very well commended a day of thanksgiving easo rvportable. In New York city, Huttnt. KhAri Hind. Tlim WrIHnn anrl T.Vnnnh ....-,..- .. ' liouiul In a ham or shoulder and three on a winter feed consisting of all the -. . where reporting has been In force for for the adoption of tho Constitution. ThU c ftnil intliASMlial accurea or tour nionoy uacK days for bacon and small pieces. For hay, oat straw, cornstalks, or sor-- j Colleen can ito much tor many years, over .'1.1,000 cases of tu If you take Uio Dnuigbon Training, tlio Washington issued a second 7 cm vt taut ct f unit" wart De- ham will take ..!...... ,1,..,. ...Ill .,..,c. ...... o,. )!,.,, III. I example, a tnuninc tlint lralna mun imlorwi Yon ectirlou ft A J aJonrcf of thanksgiving iu 1705, on berculosis are reglsfrei with the position. iMplorai. manic I cantnkoltnlriMfiKor In mail Wrlto tittlau CO days; a piece of bacon weighing tie grain is necessary. bpeciAl CYnirnfnr also account of the suppression of insur- p.'irtment of Health. Those rntnlllar Diui;uuo.v.s l'Kurrit'Ai, iiumxkm colllui' Idleness llntplojmrnt. adI'Adarati, Ky 10 pounds, 30 days. 1 nonMDan or permits of a more through mastica- rection. There was ihauksgiting for with the situation believe thnt the trraduiira. Hctdnxiytlmr. dition jjf unrecognized and unreported The brine should be miulo the day tion of the feed, thus insuring proper peace in IS 15, until which time DKI'JtnTSf I'.NT FOIt rases would make the number nearer iw jiim iiduior iui - vitioaor jair j'rmcipfti. l.ADinM.nnilrrthfinrrr. N T I iI before it is used, so that it will cool. digestion. I I II s V. riualon. l wtra--i nomn. Iurpanicuun,adiln mainly a New 60,000. Tho Very cirefnl hea'lt'h silr- -' I I --f 11 Thanksgiving had been S L- WILBUR R, SMITH LEXINGTON, KY. All the ingredients are poured into vey conducted during the past two UlY. U. J I. 11 IVJ1 VI England custom. Farming N A limbless-ho water and boiled until thoroughyears In Krumlnghiim, Mass., revealed 1S63-GIs a business, and crop During tho Civil War, A farm EY Et EAR, THROAT, NOSE ly mixed. Place ham on tho bottom yields are only one part of that busi- Lincoln issued proclamations recom- 200 cases of tubercul6sli fn a populaAnd Fitting of Glasses of tho container, shoulders next, ha-oof approximately lf,000. If these tion THE ness. Studies iu farm management mending annual Thanksgivings. Since proportions hold true for the United Masonic sides and smaller pieces on top. show that a farm to make money then a proclamatJou has been Issued OWONSBORO. KY. SEWING States as a whole, they would Indlcnte Templo brine and be sure it l'our In Iho MACHINE must usually have a large business, auuuully. that about one In every hundred perIn live covers Iho limat thoroughly. OF sons Is tuberculous. Hach of these must have good crops and live stock, change days pour off the brlue and QUALITY.! institutes a sourco of danger to bu V-VEand must have these enterprises so Hie meat, placing the top meal on the guarded asnlut." selected and organized on tho farm bottom and the bottom meat on top. What to Do. that the labor will be kept busy then pour back the brino. Kopcat throughout a largo part of the year. NOT In his statement to the public Surthis oporatlon again on tho tenth and Whilo it is Important that a farmor geon Oeneral Blue points out how SOLD eighteenth days. If the picklo UNDER those wlio hnte hud Inlluonza should avoid poor yields, ho should not judge ropy, take out all of the meat ANY protect themselves against tuberculoiyields tho success of his farms by Its OTHER ds. "All who bnve recovered from and wash It off good, aLso the contain- alone. says the Surgeon General, NAME. er. Iloll tho ropy picklo; or, hotter, "should have their lungs carefully exmake n new pickle. When each amined by a competent physician. In in most communities there Is a WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME, pleco of meat has received proper groat opportunity for marketing eggs Mrs. Godden Tells How It fart. It Is desirable to have several excare, take it out of tho picklo and if you mtrclMM tlio NKW 1IOMK you wilt aminations made a month npart. Such and poultry by parcel post. Often May be Passed in Safety Peel right all tho time. Don t lay oa have n Ufo uwict nt tho irloo you puy, uud wiu wash It la lukewarm water, string, examinations cannot be mndo through this plan gives better satisfaction days by taking calome notlmvonnt'uclloRsclialuofrcjwlra. Comfort. and Tho and lianu in tho snioke-houhtho clothing nor enn they bo carried from work for x method. Lw- Keeps yov r or tho smoko out In two or three minutes. If the when pleasant house than the usual 'i r .i temperature i on your lect, wnuo relieving your irou,u niilW VUailty lungs aro found to be freo from tuber" ""Tf Snfor ton. nnd easv to take. Doirt should not exceed 125 degrees F. Fremont, O. "I was passing through llrlcN About Itlrds I to 1 F GjnsiJcrei meat until lt has a good critical period of life, being forty- - culosis every effort should bo mndo by tako anything elso. You can't adore . U the Smoke tho Birds migrating at night average .. six years oi age anu keep them so. This can be done it Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys CJL!J Jl "O&Jr chestnut color. onger flights than tho day migrants. right living, good food und plenty of: tern anu relieves constipation, ahuu u is mo had all the sympexcellent cure. In which tho An I toms incidenttothat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure fresh air." Tho nlghthawk perforins tho longru meat Is preserved in brine formed est migration Journey of any bird. change heat Hashin its cfTcct and certain in results, lt Danger Signs. wir, es, nervousness, and tii- - Vc-La- x from tho mixture of Juices brought Its trip is 7,000 miles, from tho Yuin die end The Surgeon General warned espe- won't bo long before calomel in ever was in a general run completely dispiaco out of the meat by the application kon to Argentina. cially against certain dangor slgnx, hornet Children can tako it freely an down condition, so to buy. lflW" 1 of the following Ingredients. it was hard for mo such as "decline" and "colds which with perfect safety. Every bottle suar-nntceThe files of tho United States DeGOc and $1 in bottles. Nont For each 100 pounds of meat use to do my work. hang on." If you want n sewing machine, wrlto forj partment of Agriculture contain moro These, he explnlned, were often tho genuine without tlio likeness and sigua ourlntcatcataloguebcfureyou jmrcluiko. Lydia E. Pinkham's pounds of salt, 2 8 and one-haconcerning tho Vegetable Com- beginning of tuberculosis. "If you do turo of L, K, Grimsby. For salo by sugar or warm sirup. than 1,000,000 cards pounds melted Tfis New Home Sewinz Machine Co., Orange, Mass. migration of North pound was recom- not get well promptly, If your cold red pep- distribution and Hsrttor. Kr ounces saltpeter, 2 nunt-omended to me as the seems to hang on or your health nnd J. H. WILLIAMS. American birds. per, 2 ounces black pepper. best remedy for my strength decline, remember that these Tim Ari'tlf turn holils all tho re-- ! troubles, which it -All tho IngredlonlH should bo mixsigns of tuberculo- . AauwgtsttMtrxL a mTfnwuaiajwjaimu . 73 4 rry r cords for length of migration. When surely proved to be. I feel better and I nxo often the Hub each piece of f ed thoroughly. WniitH young aro full grown the entire stronger in every way since taking it, bls- - r'utc oursclf nt onco uniK'r tho tho physician. Tuber meat with tho mixtuio. l'ticlc tho family leaves the Arctic roglons and nnd tho annoying symptoms have disap. t'ro ,r u 'iipu meat in a container, hams on the bot- n.iniiinl imiiidiii I'll nt la fniiml ultrllnrr pcarcd." Mrs. M. uodden, vza wa culosis Is curable In the early stages. rui tom, bhouldors itoxt. and bacon and Butu.a. mwuwin ihiui i" 4uhhw ...w.w..r Patent Medicines Dangerous In Tuber- i the edge of tho Antarctic continent. as heat 3r culosis. tildes on top. ICnouxh liquid will be flashes. nervousnssB. backache, head "Above nil do not trust In the mislormml to cover the uaws. Allow tho ache, irritability and "the blues, "may leading statements of unscrupulous Have Mont Cool And Fresh meat to cure for nix week; string FOK PERSOr'Af. MYfirwSueced nhci vctytbi'- - rt," Ij. B The proper tlmo to begin curing "a speedily overcome and the system patent medicine fukers. There Is no smoke house. Tho Dieol:dlnx'ntjr Icr c'ci'-und haiiK In the restored to notmal conditions by thK inj t if, u a topv Ifi n.r.tj'jti r'ctiaiiu'-iu pork (a when the '" 0i'oIB,; a"(' famous root and herb remedy Lydia L bpeclllc medicine for tho cure of tuberpelvic ccf-r,' ' ., jnflsj i. t'cerafon t. s; lianm and smaller pieces of meet, it still fresh. Twenty-fou- r U a. (ix'usi.i iS ! thee fc'J.'MI.L matlon H conv- ud'J .ynjI.yd't E. to 3C pinkhum's Vegetable Compound. 'Him tuouuy it oti such culosis. . it.ie.'y, tu .'. tt iter they arc cured, should be eaten hours after killing Is the opportune medicine U thrown away; It should I I'm If any complications present the' yrar.i. KlriSV,(.IVEr:Aii C Finkhsn h".J. Co.Jo- -for - t l n rttar.U, ftrst. The hauis are better after tbey A hcn.ingr vuu.W MeiHcine O . iiabe sikfDt lusteud for .good food and time. It 1 essential that the pork be selves write the PinKham J- jTi V"r tditL-' 1 o .. It I .V'UC .r.-.i.n kv mod. living." thoroughly cooled. Meat ahou.d Kis li..u ever i'ti a ower ., wpuntts. never be frosea.etther prior to or dur-- , yMrs xnerieue Is at your rvi . :. Hiyftiiwd Pork. rJ.rifcifiiTMi'i'-ii.;i4tna;t- f mtrmttLM A clem your loiter held in strict Mu.ku.. Dry cur jd pork require mora work I. g tho period of curkig. Farm Department 1 d, il j "FLU" DIRECTORY n, CONVALE ,,. j '.'"" ,,'","'"',"" i"r( one-thir- 20. fc meat-Inspecti- v n, At nt y, Anti-Shippi- - Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR GERMINAL REMEDY I mmBL I lffiSm&2& FOR ONE MONTH nytf "' '-- t) 1 Tlir high-price- SLJa3H '?&, ill I 1 iit v- . - 4, n, USE LI R-L A NEW es THAT CHANGE WOMAN'S LIFE I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Ver-L.a- HOME w 1 A e. ( 1 Ithii ! f . Sr9S lf s 42' '"."."' jvcry woman i" liters ' ' fmmmmm hei r'i . f L f do-w- t JU &' 'K' itaSBateofl5gagj KEPT PLEDGE TO SEND BREAD American Nation Maintained llied Loaf Through at Home Table. Self-Deni- host Aal mm Millions. I IT,W"WiSB' ' r1 fci FOOD EXPOS 'S America Called on by End of War to Supply Added t U.. 0. S. HEALTH SEiiV, sP J .. '"- J7i IT1:? 'r"n in Vft r.nn.r.nfc Di- l.'i'Fliiiti DmcihiT. F American Willingness to Give Luxury Demonstrated Nation's War Conscience. STAND i:e h Epu-.'- "!! :.o I 'I rrr!?jK3Mwrl ..V. seases Audi .. t,:o l InNua.iia Tex Infan I ' CMMirn. airl wiMimyiijyKwi 11 .cubic. t 'iiiirtaefflaij . Mothers 1 JCnow 1M AVERTED EUROPEAN DESPAIR. With Military Demands Upon Ocean Shipping flellevod, World la Ablo to Return to Normal Whlta Whent Dread. Slnrp llio mlvdit of tin Inlcst wheat crop tin only IHiiliiitUm upon American 'M)rl to Kiiiojo tins been the slinrliiRo of thlpplu;:. llotweon July 1 and October 10 i shipped C.",l)SO,:tO."i IiusIicIh, If tills rate hIioiiIiI continue until the end of the iHcnl ynir we will have- furnlxhiMl the Allien with inoiu limit :i:i7,r00,000 biMiols of wheat and flour In terms of wheat. The result of Incieuted production and coiisennllun efforts In tho United Stnte lint hpvi Unit with the cessn tlon of hostilities we lire iible to return to n noruml ulfnt diet. Supplies that have accumulated In Australia. .Argentine nnd other hitherto Inaccessible markets muy he tupped by ships released from transport service, nnd Kurnpenn demnnd for American whent probably will not exceed our normnl mrpliM. There Is nhent enotiRh avnll-abl- e to hnvo n white lonf at the com-motable. Kilt lust yenr the tnlc was different. Only by the greatest, possible saving and sncrlllce were we able to keep a steady stream of whent and Hour iiiot. log across t!io sen. We found ourselves nt the beginning of the harvest year with an unusually short crop. Kven the most optimistic statisticians figured that we Imd a Imrc surplus of 20.000,000 bushels. And yet Europe was facing the probability of n bread famine nnd In Europe bread Is by far the most Important article In the diet. All of this surplus had left the country enrly In the fall. Ky the Hist of the year wn bad mnnaged to ship a little more than fiO.000.000 bushels by practicing the utmost economy at liomt by wbentless days, wbeutless men Is, heavy substitution of other cereuls and by sacrifice at almost every meal throughout the country. .n January the Into lthonddn, then Krltlsh Food Controller, cabled that only If we sent an additional bushels before July 1 could he take the responsibility of assuring his people that they would be fed. The response of the American people was ST.,000,000 bushels safely delivered overseas between January 1 und July 1. Out of h harvest which gave is only 20,000,000 bushels surplus w actually shipped 111,000.000 bushels. Thus did America fulfill her pledge that the Allied bread rations could be maintained, and already the Amerlcnn people are demonstrating that, with n awakened war conscience, last year's figures will be bettered. ECONOMY STILL NEEDED. With the allies. of Over Three Times PreAVar Shipments Required Situation In Wheat and Fats Proves Government's Policy Sound, By Reducing. Consumption People il Our exports since '.Is country entered the war have Justified a statement made by the Pood Administration shortly after Its con. ceptlnu, outlining tho principles and policies that would govern the solution of this country's food problems. The whole foundation of democracy," declared the Food Administration, "lies In tho Individual Initiative of Its peoplo and their wllllugness to serve the e Interests of the nation with self efTucctnent lu the time of emergency. Democracy enn yield to discipline, nnd we can sohe this food problem for our own people nnd for the Allies In fills wuy. To have done so will have been n greater service than our Immediate objective, for we have demonstrated the rightfulness of our fulth nnd our ability g to defend oursehes without I'russlaiiUeil." com-pletbe-lu- Sending to Kuropo 141,000,000 bush-l- s of wheat from a surplus of apparently nothing was the' outstanding' exploit of the American food unuy In the critical jear of the war. GREATEST OPPORTUNITY WOMEN EVER HAD. It was given to the women of this country to perform the greatest service In the winning of tho war ouch-safe- d to any women In the history of the wars of the world to feed the wnrrlors and the war sufferers. Ky the arts of peace, the puictlce of simple, boniely virtues the womanhood of 4i whole nation served humanity In Its profouudest struggle for peace nnd freedom. ' 4 i 4 FIRST CALL TO FOOD ARMY. and service This I ask of till lu full coulldeiico 4 that Amrrlcu will 'render more for flag und freedom than king 4 ridden people surrender ut com- pulsion. Ileibert Hoover, Au gust 10, 1017. ' year ago oluiitury food control whs a during adventure In deinocrney ; lurlug the year un emabll&hed proof of Ucmoiiittlc clUclenc,", A With the guns In Europe silenced, we have now to consider a new world food situation. Hut there can be no hope tbnt the nltnm of our exports can be lightened to the slightest degree with the cesntlon of hostilities. Millions of people liberated from the Prussian yoke are now depending upon us for the food which will keep them from starvation. Willi food the United Ptntes mnde It possible for the forces of democracy to hold out to victory. To Insure democracy In the world, we must continue to live sluiply In order that we may supply these liberated nations of Europe with food. Hunger among a people Inevitably breeds nnnrchy. American food must complete the work of making the world safe for democracy. East year we sent 11.S20.000 tons of food to Europe. For the present year, with only the European Allies to feed, we had originally pledged ourselves to n program that would have Increased our exports to 17.r00,000 tons. Now, to feed tho liberated nations, we will hnve to export a totnl of not less than 20,000,000 tons practically tho limit of loading capacity nt our ports. the world food situation, wo find that some foods will be obtainable In quantities sufficient to meet nil world needs under a regime of economical consumption. On tho other hand, there will be ronrked world shortages In some Important commodities. Return to Normal Bread Loaf. With the enlarged wheat crops which American farmers have grown, nnd the supplies of Australia, the Argentine nnd other markets now accessible to shipping, there are bread grains enough to enable the nations to return to their normal whent loaf, provided we continue to mill flour at a high percentage of extraction nnd maintain economy lu eating and the avoidance of waste. In fain there will be n heavy short-ng- e about 3,000,000,000 pounds In pork products, dairy products nnd vegetable oils. While there will be a shortage of about three inllllou tons In rich protein feeds for dairy there will he sufllclent supplies of other feedstufTs to ullow economical consumption. In Uie matter of beef, the world's fupplles nre limited to the capacity of the available refrigerating ships. The supplies of beef In Australia, the Argentine and the United States are sufficient to lond these ships. There will be n shortage In the Importing countries, but we cannot hope to expand export materially for the next months in view of the bottle neck in transportation. We will have n sufllclent supply of RUgar to allow normal consumption In this country If tlfe other nntlons their present short rations or Increase them only slightly. For the countries of Europe, howover, to Increase their present rations to a material extent will necessitate our sharing a part of our own supplies will) them. Twenty Million Tons of Food. Of the world total, North America will furnish more thnn CO per cent. The United Stntes, Including the West Indies, will be culled upon to furnish UO.000,000 tons of food of nil kinds as exports of compared with our pre-wabout 0,000,000 tons. While we will be able to change our program In many respects, even a cusuul survey of the world' supplies In comparison to world demands shows conclusively that Europe will know famine unless the American people bring their homo consumption down to the barest minimum that will maintain health and strength. There me conditions of fnmlno In Europo thut will be beyond our power to remedy. There arc 40,000,000 peo-pl- u In North Kunslu whom there Is .small chance of reaching with food Oils winter. Their transportation Is demoralized In complete anarchy, und shortly ninny of their ports will ho frozen, even If Internal transport could be realized. To Preserve Civilization. At this moment Germany lias not alone sucked tho food und animals from all those masses of people she has domlnuted and left starving, hut she has left behind her a total wreck age of social Institutions, nnd this muss of people Is now contronted with absolute anarchy. If we value our own safety nnd the social organization of the world, It we value the preservation of civilization Itself, we cannot penult growth of this cuueer In the world's vitals. Famine Is the mother of anarchy. From the (nubility of governments to secure food for their people grows revolution nid chnos. From an ability to supply their people grows stability of government and the defeat of mi nrchy. Eld wo put It on no higher plmie than our Interests In the protection of our Institution, we uuist bestir ouibciycs lu solution of thin problem. mil-mnl- s, re-tu- ln ar Washington, D. G Willi tlicMibsid-onc- e of the epidemic of Inline-nuthe attention of health ofllcers Is directed to pneumonia, bronchitis nnd other The fact tbnt the people of the discuses of tl(,o icsplrntory system United States were able to leilucc by million tons their which rugulntiy cnue a lurge number more than one-luiJuly, August, September und October of deaths, especially (luring the winter According to Kupert Klue, season. consumption of sugar pioves conclusively that their war conscience wus Surgeon (lencrnl of the United Stntes thoroughly awakened nnd that the I'ubllc Health Service, these discuses country as n whole stood ready to fol- will bo especially prevnlent this winlow the Injunctions of the Government. ter unless the people nie particularly Our normal consumption of sugar In careful to obey health Instructions. "Tho present epidemic," said SurHip period beginning with July lias been 400.000 tons per month, geon General Klue, "bns tutight by bitter experience how rendlly a condition n total of l.COO.OOO for the quarter beginning nppnrently ns n slight cold year. In July, when our sugar stringency may go on to pneumonia and death. began to rench Its height, consumption Although the worst of the epidemic Is was reduced to 200,000 tons. In Au- over, there will continue to be a large gust only 325,000 tons went Into dis- number of scattered cases, many of tribution nnd In September only 279,-00- 0 thnn mild nnd unrecognized, which tons. In October the distribution will be danger spots to bo guarded ngalnst." The Surgeon General likened fell to 2:50,000 tons. If the general public had failed to the present situation to that after a observe the Injunctions of the Food great fire, saying, "No fire chief who Administration this country would understands bis business stops playing have been lu tho throes of a sugnr the hose on the charred debris us soon famine before the end of AugusL Our ns the flames nnd visible flro hnve disvisible supplies were so low ns to bring appeared. On the contrary, ho congreat anxiety to those familiar with tinues the water for hours nnd even tho sugar situation. They feared that dajs, for he knows that there Is danIt would be nbsolutcly Impossible to ger of the fire rekindling from smolreduce consumption to a point where dering embers." "Then you fear nnothor outbreak of sugar would no longer be u mere luxInllucuza?" he wns asked. "Not necesury In the American diet. Few accomplishments of tho Food sarily another large epidemic," said Administration will stand forth so pre- the Surgeon General, "but unless the dominantly as this reduced consump- people lenru to realize the seriousness tion of sugar. Ky It we have been able of the danger they will be compelled to to bridge over the period of stringency pay a heavy death toll from pneumountil the new beet und Louisiana cane nia and other respiratory diseases. sugar crops w.re In sight. Common Colds Highly Catching. Now the nation Is In a position so "It Is encouraginj to observe that may return to that If wo choose we our normal home use of sugar, and people are beginning to learn that orEurope, with the release of ships to go dinary coughs and colds are highly far afield, can maintain Its recent re- catching nnd are sp'reud from person stricted rations. If, however, those to person by mentis of, droplets of nations are to Increase their use of germ laden mucus. Such droplets nre sugar very conslde-nbl- y It must be by sprayed Into the nlr when cnreless or our continued sharing with them Ignorant people cough or sneeze withthrough limiting our own consump- out covering their mouth and nose. It Is also good to know that people hnve tion. learned something about the value of AMERICAN SPIRIT fresh air. In summer, when people RELIED ON TO WIN. nre lnrgely out of doors, the respiratory diseases (coughs, colds, pneumoIn the light of succeeding events It nia, etc.) arc Infrequent; in the fall, Is Interesting to iccall the confidence ns people begin to remain Indoors, the with which the United Stntes Food respiratory diseases Increase; In the Administrator viewed the gloomy out- winter, when people are prone to stay look In July of 1017, when this counIn badly ventllnted, overheated rooms, try had been In the war for less than the respiratory diseases become very four months and the Germans were prevalent. steadily sending the western front nearer and nearer to Suitable Clothing Important. "Even though the situation In Eu"Still another factor In the producrope may be gloomy today," he de- tion of colds, pneumonia and other reclared In a public stntcment, "no spiratory diseases Is carelessness or igAmerican who has knowledge of tho norance of the people regurdlng suitresults already obtained in every di- able clothing during the seasons when rection need have one atom of fear the weather suddenly changes, sitting that democracy will not defend Itself In wnrm rooms too heavily dressed or, In these United States." what Is even more common, especially among women, dressing so lightly that windows nre kept closed In order to bo LOYALTY IN LITTLE comfortably warm. This Is u very InTHINGS LAST PROOF jurious practice. lf four-mout- h l P.-.r- s. the United States Averted a Famine at Home In Spito cf Low Suppllsa. Influenza Cxptctcd to Lurk for Months. Pftaui wnla. How to Guard Common Coldo HlQ.ily Catching cf Suitable Clothing Could Savo 103,000 Livs. Acia-no- Genuine Castcria . . TI... " n Mrtl --- rt .T AM'iclabfcPrcparatoftfAi iiiimiii'SM"-- . 1lni1hoSjOTichs.wljMrellM k;. c.:.--. Thereby l'romoiitui DiiScstien r Alwavs Bears tho Signature, If of Wicrrrumcssanuircsi.v.u".'""-neithe- Opidm.Momfon.ciwr Mineral. NotNaucotic jhjxerttWBsaoxff't M LW jST A Mk if?' l)5'3 J'cmpUl J JbtMbSJl Siu'trSrtf JlflmrbuviitScit !' I, kit ;ctiH. ;. CtmficJSajer norm j.w ft IfV I n 5 Kabrmtnnntr o.-- : AhcIpfuiRcmcdyfcr Constipation and Diarrhoea. I' unit rcvcrlshnessana ll 1! Use or Over Thirty Years JSa rcsuUinv1lhercfroinji2lnl"antyi j oss of Sleep facsimile Siynatureot S' r- - "J- - -2 e!Soo- W TjffiCemrn Comply. jffiWuv. CASTOR Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CINTAUK COMMNT. NCW YORK CITY. E33 ffllBon St a re k Pianos No Money in Advance Satinfac don Guar LowestNet anteed Fn ot ty T'rioos Terms V. A. ETARCK 'RESIDENT Easiest A Saving of 5100 to $200Fnc From (ory Direct IN YOUR OWN HGME Wo will ship you a beautiful Stnrck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use No cash and test this piano tor 30 days. If, at the end of that tlmo, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest ton J and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you aro at perfec liberty to send and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. T. Is Starck Piano must make good with you, or there is no sale. homo. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Savi $150.00 or Mors Wo (hip direct to you from our factory, prlcei that cave you upwards 0' $150.00 to Jie cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish ou a better piano for the money than you on You arc assurnl of receiving cecure cisewherc. a sattifactoi? meet tontd durable blgn grade tt Easy Paymints est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenlmce, and it is possible tor you to buy a piano for your home, without mtssfog the rqonty. Tou. pay no ca&h down, but after 80 day or mai, ou can Dcgin psvmeni on tne low- plane 2 3R.V Every Stnrck Piano it guaranteed for 25 yean. Thli gutrantee has back ot it our 35 years of piano experience, and the reputation of an oid established responsible piano bouse. r'JMa!8? 0. 2nd Hand largalnt aiare. We have constantly on hand a targe numVr ot ilightly used Playir-Lfai- Mt Starck'Player-Piano- s the beat and most pianos ot all and second-hanstandard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Pianos .M.l OF PATRIOTISM Americans without murmuring cut from four their sugar allownnco pounds n month to three and then as long as need be to two pounds for loyalty's sake. Could Save 100,000 Lives. "I believe we could easily save one 50 Free Muslo Lessons T CTcry purchaser of Starck Pianos, e give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools In Chicago. These lessons yon can take In your own home, by mail. This represents one year's free instruction. ins are a few sample bargains t nf.i..ll.nn. T1 frtllf,- - Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Food Will Win the World. ' America enrned the gratitude of allied untlons during war by sharing food. America umkr peace may win the world's good vvl.l by en v lug to share. hundred thousand lives annually In the United Stntes If nil the people would adopt the system of fresh nlr living followed, for example, In tuberculosis sanatoria. There Is nothing mysterious about It no specific medicine, no vaccine. The important thing Is right living, good food and plenty of fresh ulr Starck Second-han- 5110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. ful rlver PIuum so the "ou wui ce market. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at wWcn they can be secured. , Send today for' our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This v.111 book interest and please you. Write today. beauti- w Piano look Frtv Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1813 Starck Bldfi., CHICAGO ' !,fr DEMOCRACY VS. AUTOCRACY. ! 5 I v .. .;. In proportion to Its It Is a mutter of equality of burden." The truth of this statement, made by the United Stntes Food Administrator soon after wo entered the war, hits been borne out by the history of our exports. Autocratic food control In the lands of our enemies has) broken town, while democratic food sharing has maintained tho health and strength of this country und of the Allies. . "There Is no royal road to food conservation. We can only accomplish this by tho voluntary nctlou of our whole people, each clement needs. Droplet Infection Explained In Pictures. "The Kureuu of Public Health, Treasury Department, has Just Issued All a striking poster drawn by Berrymtui, ti Washington cartoonist. lie The poster exemplifies tho modern method of health education. A few years ago, under similar circumstances, tho health authorities would have Issued an olllclal dry but scientifically accurate bulletin teaching tho role of For Infants and Children droplet Infection In tho spread of re- En Years Use spiratory diseases. The only ones who would huvo understood the bulletin Always bears the would have been thoso who already ZCK know till nbout the subject. Tho muii Signature of lu the street, the plain citizen and the many millions who toll for their living nufforetl from n would liuvo hud 110 tlmo nud no desire An Irishman to wade through the technlcul phrase- stomach aliment. Tho doctor was ology." called In, and on his second visit questioned his patlont. "Havo yon WOC F to TAP boon drinking hot water an hour THE HANDKERCHIf ,B '. , It so each meal, as I directed. ANpr how do you feel?" "Doc," said Pat, "I tried hard to C 'ffii&rSr bit toiTi?S 1 do it, but I had to quit. I drank for 35 minutes, and feel like a baloon." FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of Kinds Call on The Republican. well-kno- CASTOR l A ForOver 30 "I havo solved the crowded car problem!" oxclaimod tho jubilant btroet railway men in the employ of ' tho Doston Elevated. In each car and keep it playing 'Tho Star Sprangled Hannor' Then everybody will havo to stand up." Womans "How?" "We'll put a phonograph Journal. 1 bo-fo- ro ou nave Dackacho the liver to ho out of Rear. wonders for tho it livor, kidneys and bladder A trial Got it COc bottle will convince you. 46-at tho drug store Kiiro ir klilnnvu urn does Try Sunol, When yr vfv; wi ma una (-- " C v 1 upattu! unmu V X. y I A Southorn Judge tells of receiving tho following lettor: "Dear Sir-S- ome time ago you granted mo u und awarded mo $20 a month nllmony. You have not paid any of It yot, nnd I want to know what you aro going to do about it?" Uoston lie I know that you lovo mo dearest. Sho Then I can never marry you. Ho Why" not? Sho llecuuso I have sworn never to marry a man that knows more than 1 do. Do3ton Transcript. COLDS, INFLUENZA. PNEUMONIA. AND ARE STREAD THIS WAY TUBERCULOSIS Transcript. JOHN WHITE LOUISVIULS, r h GO. KY. Literal aatortnunt ... ,.... . .;. .;. .j. .j. .;. .;. .. .;. .. .j. .. .j . v 4. .; Copies of this poster can bo oh- -t lined free of charge by writing to tho urgeon General, U. S. Public Health rvlce, Washington, D. C. CASTOR' A Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR OCJt SUPS fllioa and "FURS w" i .JM raj ...I.J ia Wj vj f itfrw 'U II. a monument to the memory of Ohio who gave life county soldiers country in the Brent world for war, seems to hnvo met n ready response from tho public, mid tho movement has been started, by Judge- Cook to have a committee appointing At our ehargo of tho movement. .suggestion Judge Cook accepted tho the committee, duty of appointing chairhe will bo f which man. "Our suggestion" Is not of Importance except na an explanation that the Judge was not for the purpose. Judge Cook has appointed tho following committee: Judgo J. S. Glenn, S. O. Hunter, circuit clerk Alec Porter and tho editor Tho committee of the Republican. has not yet had a meeting, and no Hpcclflc plans have been formulated. However, the general purpose Is to erect an enduring stone record for the preservation of the names and inpiis nf our liovs who wore klllel or died of wounds Incurred In battle, ft Is to be Ohio County's tribute to it's soldier clend, and a large number of small contributions to the fund by dtlzens of the county will be solicited. The cost of tho monument has not been yet determined, but It will probably not be less than $400 nor more than $700. Tho completion of the work will not likely bo attempted Immediately, but plans for it will bo made and announced at an early date. had been cut during tho day and had fallen across tho road. It was after night and Mr. Mllllgan ran his car occupants The Btiggcstlon to erect, somewhere Into tho tree None of tho was about the public square, In Hartford, of tho car was hurt but the car WILL KHKCT MONUMKNT COMMITTKR Al'l'OINTKD I Remember badly damaged. Mr. Louis Eastorday and wire are at the bcdsldo of tholr daughter, Mrs. Mabel Hoss, at Kronos. Mrs. Hoss, with the rest of the family, has tho flu. 1'UIILIC SALK. your War Savings Stamp Fledge. SANTA CLAUS Help Swell the Total Sales of W. S. S. for 1918. i, Is Preparing For Unusual Activity for This Christmas Time. The War is over. The Ban has been raised. Our boys are coming home in the most part. For those who fail to return, we honor profoundly. For those who return we welcome with inexpressible joy. What a Christmas we will have, and now we will celebrate, all of us. Let everybody get the Christmas Spirit. Wc need this year more than ever, the World Wide expression of unselfishness and good will. .. Gift giving is the very soul of the Christmas Holiday. This store has always been headquarters for Old Santa Claus. It is so easy for him to load up here with everything he needs for his great Christmas Tour. Our Grand Holiday Display of Santa Claus Fixings Is Ready For Your Attention. The children are especially invited to see what Santa Claus has done. If it wasn't for the good boys and girls, Santa Claus would quit his job. The children is the motive power that raises our enthusiasm to white heat, while we are so enthusiastic on account of the ending of the Terrible War. Our Santa Claus will confine his presents more than ever to articles of every day necessities. Our Santa Claus must reach out his strong arm of relief and open up his mighty hand with tons of necessities for the Santa Claus across the Sea. What a joy it should be to our children to know our Santa Claus was furnishing the Santa Claus over there with necessities for his children which they have not and can't get except from our great American Santa Claus. Children, our Santa Claus is the biggest Santa Claus in the World today; and this store is the biggest Santa Claus headquarters in this part of the Country. You are always welcome, and we are always glad to see you and wo will join you in your Christmas Celebration. We have reduced the price so that every What a useful Christmas present for mother or daughter. suit in our stock may go out on a mission of Happiness for Christmas. .: Ladies' Coat Suits, $25.00 value; Christmas Price, $17.75 Coat Suits, $30.00 value; Christmas Price, Ladies' $24.75 '. Ladies' Coat Suits, $35.00 value; Christmas Price, $27.75 . Ladies' Coat Suits, $40.00 value; Christmas Price, $32.25 Ladies' Coat Suits, $50.00 value; Christmas Price, $39.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $60.00 value; Christmas Price, $47.75 Ladies' Coat Suits, $75.00 value; Christmas Price, $64.75 SHOES FOR THE HOLIDAYS. A pretty shoe for Christmas will give confidence to tho wearer, and increases the admiration of her cs. I will on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1918, offer for sale at my farm, 34 miles west of Hartford, Ky., on tho Hartford and Llvermoro road, the following described, proporty: 2 black mare mules, 4 and 5 years old in the spring, 15-- 3 inch. 2 sorrel horses 5 years old.l brown horse G years old. 2 bay horses, 9 and 10 years old. 2 colts 1 yearling 2 years old in tho spring. mule. 23 head of cattle. 25 or 30 head of hogs. 2 mowing machines and 2 rakes. 2 disc harrows. 3 riding cultivators. 2 buggies and 2 road wagons. 1 cart and hnrness. 2 row corn planter and farming Implements of all kinds. Terms mndo known on dny of sale. Salo begins at 10 o'clock a. m. J. H. KUYKENDOLL, Hartford, Ky., Route 3. CENTRAL GROVE. v CHRISTMAS PRICES ON LADIES' COAT SUITS. Farmers of this community aro about through gathering corn and are now killing hogs. Mr. Pirtle Park, of Camp Taylor, is at home on a visit. Mr. Willie Roeder and wife visited his undo, Mr. Oarfiold Rowo and family Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Spyrgon Park, who has been very 111 of pneumonia, is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Stevens and children are visiting Mr. Steven'? parents, near Cromwell, this week. Little Clifton Morton Rowc who has been very ill of typhoU fvcr n Improving nicely. Thero arc soveral new cases of influenza in this neighborhood. The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. aiul Mrs. J. B. Tichenor Monday night and took their little daughter, Willie May Loney, away from them. Willlo May wa3 12 years old. She was a bright and happy child, had many friends and was loved by all who knew her. Her remains were laid to rest in Central Grove burying ground by the side of her father TO THE PURLIC. I have secured the building known as the Mack & Birkhead Livery Barn and will conduct a first class feed, I rehitch and transfer business. spectfully solicItt your patronage. 2 lt3. DILLIS S. BENNETT. FAIR WARNING. The public has been generous in responding to calls for Taxes, but a small amount is yet unpaid. Beginning with December 15, I shall be compelled by law to advertise property for sale, to satisfy all unpaid taxes. Advertising and selling property adds a big burden of cost to the taxpayer. In order to save this cost you must pay your tax before the 15 of this month. get up at night? Sanol Is surely the best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sauol gives relief in ir J4 hours form all backache and Sanol is a guaranteed troubles. remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottlo at the drus store. Do you blad-tV4G-yr I ' We are exclusive distributors of the FAMOUS "QUEEN QUALITY" Shoec for women. More women will be celebrating this Christmas in Queen Quality shoes than any other one brand of shoes made in America. Why are they so popular? Because they are better shoes. You can have shoes in Brown Calf and Kid, Mahogany Calf and Kid, Gray Kid, Field Mouse Kid ; or you can have black shoes in Kid, Calf, and Patent. The greatest shoe of the 20th Century for children. DILL1KEN SHOES The highest type of modern shoe making. It takes care of children's feet. Billiken shoes for your children will be a Christmas treat for your children's feet a long time after Christmas has gone. In Mahogany Calf, Light Tan Calf, Blacks in Kids, Gun Metal, or Patents. Get acquainted with Billiken shoes for children. m lOIt SAIiK. Hartford, Ky. f Lot and two story brick storehouse, LONE STAR. good condition and most desirable loHartford, cation. Address llox The influenza is somewhat better or apply at this office. 21tf. in this neighborhood. Mr. Guy Bennett moved to Center-tow- n ItUOOM MACHINE KEADV. last week. Mr. W. A. Hill, who has been visitI will begin making brooms Oct. ing his daughter, Mrs. M. J. Williams, 28. Will make brooms for half the returned to his home Friday. corn or at 35 cents each. Drooms on Mrs. Ettya Shaver, who was called hand for sale at reasonable prices. to tho bedside of her son. Wnyland. N. A. SCHROADEH, it Great Lakes Training Camp, has Hartford, Ky.. Route 2. 17t returned home. She reports her ton improved. of Sulphur Mr. Tom Taylor, Springs, has sold his farm and will A CARI OK THANKS. move to Davicbs county. It U u remarkable fact that the mothers of I wish to thank my friends for both Mr. and Mrs. Taylor arc living their kindness during tho reci-n- t Illit tho advanced age of 92 years. ness and- - death of my husband. Mrs. BOB RENFROW. MAOAN. CHRISTMAS MILLINERY. The activities of the Holiday Season will make a demand for many new hats for the Ladies and children. We have prepared an abundance for the Christmas shoppers, and we have made special prices too. A nice assortment of styles for you to select from and it won't hurt your pocket book too much to buy one. As it is getting toward the end of the millinery season, an earlv selection will be preferable. TOY LAND. minature playthings for the children that represent the big things that mamma and papa use in The every day life starts the little mind toward the big responsibilities and big undertakings he or she must assume after reaching manhood and womanhood. A big assortment of Dolls and all kinds of toys arc spread now for your observation. Tanks, field guns, carts, wagons, automobiles, trucks, engines, street cars, pile drivers, buggies, sewing machines, horns, hammers, hatchets, shovels, hoes, spades, balls, irons, bell toys, dishes, and hundred of others, all of which you must see to appreciate. CHRISTMAS CLOAKS. the price marked at its lowest notch. A superb assortment of colors and materials in all sizes for With Ladies, Misses and Children. A price range from which the most frugal or the most fastideous can make a selection. We never ask you to come and buy our merchandise but before spending your money for a cloak, look at our cloaks. We, may have just the cloak you want. We may save you some money. All kinds of China Ware, Glass Ware, cut glass, silver ware, knives and forks, spoons, cassaroles, salads, cake plates, water sets, and every thing in regular table and fancy china. Cut Glass Pitchers, tumblers, nappies, comports, baskets, sugar and creams, celery trays, and sanashake CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS. Toilet sets, manicure sets, comb and brash sets, nut sets, nut trays, serving trays, handFor the Ladies bags, jewel boxes, hand mirrors, pictures, beads, scarfs, bed spreads, table spreads, table linens, napkins, towels, bath mats, bath robes, and hundreds of other nice things you may see by taking the time. to look through our stock. For men : Military sets, traveling'bags, collar boxes, smoking sets, neckties, socks, shirts, hats, caps, suit of clothes, overcoats, raincoats, leggings, shoes, overshoes, handkerchiefs. No trouble to please your man of clothes, overcoats, raincoats, leggins, shoes, overshoes, handkerchiefs. No trouble to please your man out of our collection. HANDKERCHIEFS. are all here and the spirited buying should warn you against delayed seThe Christmas handkerchiefs lection. Women's crepe de chine handkerchiefs in the largest variety of patterns and colors you ever saw. Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes 3 to fi in a box, from 25 cents to $1.50 per box. Some white embroidered and some with colored embroidery. Nothing that is new in handkerchiefs has been left out. : - v CHINA TOWN. salt and peppers. I Farmers are very huuy gathering corn. Uncle Lewis Sharp died Satuiday ovoning after a long illness, and was buried in the Pleasant Hill cemetery Sunday. A number if farmers hum till-- , place wen! to Owon?!iuro, Monday to hi present at the uponing of the 'j be leaf tobacco market. WuIIiicj Stephens Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. Wallace's ni.ster, Mrs. Emmet llaynos, at Fordsville, Saturday night. Mr A. P . Kelley's mules killed a lino cow for Mr. Henry Magan Sunday. Aunt Rebecca Sharp is slowly improving after u hovoro illness. Mrs. Dirdio Mldlclft resumed her School at lleech Valley, Monday. . TAFl'V. finished Farmers have about gathering corn. Mr. Clarence Pat ton has his now house near completion and Sherman Cray will live in It tho coining year. I'ltclo Hllllo Gray has sold his property to 0. K. Moore. Miss Poby Funk is on the pic!: list. Private William Clyde Funk and wife spont Thanksgiving with his Ho returned to Louisville in mother. tho afternoon but expects to get his discharge in a tow days. EAST VIEW. llICl'I.I.V. C.irl Ronfrow and O. I). Carson are ill of lnfluouza. Farmers in this section are very gathering corn and preparing tholr tobacco for tho markejt. Thero uro quite a number of caLoa hilby Mrs. Opal Richardson died of Saturday. The farmers of this community aro about done gathering com. Mr. Willis Hoflin has hold his farm to Mr. Will Hlggs for $0,000. Mn Itoflln will locate in Owoushoro. Mrs. Itettlu Whlttaker, who has been at tho bedside of her ulster, III si) Mary Shaver, ul Llvormoic, has returned homo. Mr. Homer Mllllgftu hud quite a serious accident witli his mr one day hint week. Ho wc& .on hi way home from Owmmhoro. What li known ah tho "bin" popl r tree, m th Hartford and LIviriuorv iuaJ, of influenza around Bells Run. it scums tho way people nru going and coming with this disease there will be no end to It. Why docs not tho board of health put a (iitariinllno and try to stamp It out? Mr. William Smith, of Owensboro, apeut the week end in tliLs community. Mr. Thomas Hoover and family, of liaruetts Creek, wero tho guebts of Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Sunday. Mr. William Hamilton is preparing to move to Owensboro, Born to tho wife of Mr. Homer .Martin, tho 29th, a boy. WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY. Silk hose makes very appreciative Christmas presents for men, women and children. High grade silk lisle stockings are equally as attractive. We are well supplied with a good stock of hosiery ; all leading colors represented as well as black and white. PONY STOCKINGS for your children will prove a splendid investment ; In blacks,, whites, dark brown, and medium tan. If you don't want'to be a customer at our stocking counter, you had better not buy the first pair, for it is sure to bring you back. BEDDING SUGGESTIONS. Wool Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Comforts, Sheets, pillow cases, sheetings, pillow tubings, etc. WIND UP. You list with a corset, gowns, corset covers, brassieres, sweaters, skating sets, toques, and all sorts of un- IT IS NO USE TALKING. You can practically do your entire Christmas shopwing under our roofs. Do it with more satisfaction and less effort, with the loss of the least time of any place in the Country; and finally, you can wind up your season of happiness by buying War Saving Stamps as a Christmas duty to yourself and the Government. derwear. ly Children Cry FLETCHER'S A. 3 T O R i A 3 FOR E. P. BARNES 8 BRO. Ky. Beaver Dam, sflSHsmagassE ii -f k m t Lv.