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Owingsville outlook: November 21, 1918 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1918 owi1918112101_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: November 21, 1918 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & 1 ' OWIN QSV lLLE V UTLOOK NOVEMBER - Ml " OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, 2!, 1913. NUMBER 18. PtR.0HAL lER. I y ('. Jackson, of De1 1st Lieuteiu.nt James J. Durr, of the catur, Ind., has received word that Inquiries regarding the ? sale E. T. Denton was at Mt. Sterling t Central Olliccr. Training School al her son Qtis Jackson had been kdled ' and his support resulted in i in battle in France. A Decatur news Tuesday. Ciuup Gordon. Go., he sivys: 7--1 th fact that this com- statement from Judge A. N. Crook.- paper has the following concerning "In vieMr. and Mrs. K. E. Catlett are in Judgel Martinsville. uled to graduate m the yesterday which gives one e.xnmp! pany oung Jackson: of the Red Vo-- s Home Service. .,tjMliiJ' hold-,.V- t John T. Kimhrongh is in Cincin- 30th of . 1: - inth 1 have Young Jackson enli-te- d a year ago -- we are uie these last April and went overseas with Mt. b"?erling. ml tlinf 'ii' tr:tiiKtVire1 to iinntlwtr V nati on business. -Battalion i t h i ju- -t being formed. hoys have acruieeit part ol their the 18th Infantry along with GenAndrew Denton, Jr., was in Paris When to protect our pros- eral Pershing. He was in the same Com, the new cereal at you reiurn from your furThursday and Friday. perity. What they want in return is company with Joseph Welch, the lough tin- -' new class will have reach.en's store MUs Geneva Kerr has returned ed the point where you left oft". With a chance to take up their lives and first local boy to be killed. The 18th from a visit to relative at Winches- this arrangement I feci quite sure their work as if nothing had chang infantry was known as one of the liberal discount for cash m. Jlis have always wanted to own, the Big Easy Feeding Quick Maturinc. Prolifis 1 d. The Government is going to fit ter. that you can pull through OK and most efficient in the army and had E. L. & A. T. BYRON'S. Miss Marjorie Craig, High School board the "Gold Bnr Spor.ial" with them for work, the Red Cross Is go- received high praise. It had become ing to stand by them till they get a part of the lirst division of the reg is visiting her parents ut the Till Battalion. you have visitors or any other If . I trut that by this time you have work. Ghent, Ky. ular U. S. field army since this na item of interest tell the Outlook "Charles Schwab was right when tion entered the war. G. C. Ewng was called to Paris fully recuperated and arc in shape to about it. the C. (). T. S. witlt renewed he said, 'it is the duty of the busilaekson's father, now deceased Thursday by the illness of his aunt t ness men of America to take these was a veteran ot energy and hopes. the Livil War, anil Popular sheet music 15c operatic Mrs. Leer. men at their intrinsic value; to cm- the boy cine of lighting stock. He pnee. clasical at one-ha- lf and Mi Frances Siicdcgar spent the Word which seems to be .authentic ploy them not from a sense of duty, did not get home after enlisting, but week end with her father J. W. Sned-pgJOHNSON'S NEWS STAND. that Eugene Shcchan had be en killed but becau-- e a trained man who has relatives anil friends kept in close at Salt Lick. Jccn taught to think is a valuable as touch wtih him by correspondence. in France. The news eamo in a letMr. and Mrs. Frank Collins Mrs. Will Cnrmiehnel, whose h"ine Suddutli, a comrade set.' t all times he expressed his desire ter from Iv-lMrs. Collins mother Mrs. Mary Vice y Lexington, is very low with "By educating the public attitude to get into action and do his part of Shcchan's to James- Sudduth his in Mt. Sterling Sunday. at the home of her f.Uher at brother at Carlisle and said that "h'u- - tnwards cripple- - then Red Cross can the big struggle. Upon several oe- - II TT .1 I "ir I C. iGintcr, nenr Kendall Sprnlg. win half the battle for the war-eriivcuy uuqier ami oiuincy .overs. gene had been killed by machiiin gun i .ng is exceptionSilly good and will be mado up of seven Tried Sox. asion- - he wrote home to his father Tir :n.. f c 4i. T i A.iuiiiii, ...... c.,... j fire . J. Contributed by Home Serviei aying that he had "met the ele jitiii-a. u., ti goo ers as the Gilts will show that arc in the sale with some of them. Sev' and that the boys who were IIe. Get our prices on coal, lumber. dav and Sunday at home. Kind to make money charging the enemy at Jim time did department Bath County Red- Cross. phant," meaning he had been in acjust for you as they are in good healthy con dition anuv 2lirae and cement before buying. Right Sergeant J. J. Thomas spent Sat- - not have time to stop and pick him their best. Our Spring Boar that is of the highest quality and popular breeding" and tion. prices and prompt delivery. THE INFLUENZA nrd:iy and Sunday at Lexington with up. Eugene enlisted at i'uldyston, Otis Jarkson was a nephew of THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Miller. Ohio, soon after the United St.?s The nilueuzu seems to be abating George and Jeff Jackson, of this Mr. Wm. Hart returned Tuesday entered the war. He was 7orn and everywhere. The cases reported arc place, James Jackson, of Olympla, Dave Wil-o- n Thos. Toy bought of from a visit to his daughter Mrs. raised here, being a son ol' Daniel not as severe as in the earlier stages and Press Jackson, of Salt Liek. He a house and heven aires of land on Sheehan, deceased. He is survived of the epidemic. The patients at the is a first cousin of Ben Jackson, who Lee Dale, of Versailles. White Oak for 1,400. Mr. Toy will Mrs. hotel, Frank Stamper, Mrs. David is now in t ranee. Ut his uncles Mss Jennie Clayton Shult;. has been by his brother Jo, and sister move to hi place. ''t.-yosuUj day as head of the herd and the tried sows are bred to him and the Gilts arcallibyjhimi -g u vi.siting Mi- - Nettie Foley, near Ow- - Andrew Coyle, of this place, and his wth influenza Tuesday morning and two of them James and Press arc V The St :Gilts anTlireM Wonder Boy by Kentucky Wonder 243125. brother John, of Ashland. He was are improving rapidly. Ene Brother, veteran- - of the Civil war. His fath Espie Barber bought of Sam Crooks ingsville, for several days. nephew and namesake of the late at his father's home, and Mrs. Ene er, Lindsay Jackson, is well remema the house and eighteen acres of land, Mrs. Glenn Perry and Mrs. Elva F.ugenc Minihan. Sjiet sal Brother at the home of her rather, bered by many Bath eonntv people. on Slate avenue, known as the Mr?. Catlett were called to Paris Tuesday two other cases in Botts, and on acount of the illness of Mrs. Chas, To Purchasers of '.V. S. S. Stamps. Seth Watt Peters place for $4,750. Mr. Bolts' family, are getting along Uncle Sam's Police Force. LVer. Read this carefully. All purchas- well. Arthur Markland is able to be NOTICE. Secretary of War Baker has in Miss Micha Martin, who has been ers of War Savings Stamp: tall at out. No new cases arc reported. We arc again in the market for at home for several weeks on account the sales agency or jx)stoflif!7ou - Mrs. John W. Snedegar and Elee Met- formed General Pershing that every A coming three year old sow by Mouw's Jumbo 243415 and. out of Oakland's Lady 5341S . (Tort will be made to expedite the re i)f the influenza epidemic, returned eggs. V I pay the highest market MABEL'S 1st. 670004 a coming sow by Mouw's Jumbo Jr. 242415 and out of Mabel Mouw 670 dicated your purchase wtmld he calfe who were down wtih the disease turn home of the soldier boys in to school at Danville Monday. ' ) 000. made and get yonr original signed at Mr. Metcalfe's home on White France. But need be surpris 1 USON, SHROUT & CO. Alex Goodpaster i'amc up from order, as otherwise on or after Dec. Oak last week, have about recover ed 0. BIG MOLLIE G70006 by Mouw's Jumbo Jr. 242415 and out of Mollie Miller C70002, also a Utter mate to if it takes considerable time to get Camp Taylor to spend a few days 1 you will receive official inCicc to ed. All the colored people who had many of them back. All Ladies silk, serge and satin1 wi th his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. M. call and purchase Stamps :as per the disease are about well. . And some Fancy sows by Supcrbo Price 277SS5 and out of some of these sows. Keeping order in Europe, now that ;drcs ses will be sold at very truth 'J Goodpaster. Arrange to come and attend this the first Thorough Bred Sale in this part of the country and rcmember If ori;':ral order held by sm:h salehe war is ended, is going to be the ducedTprices. Dies at Flemingsburg Dud Crouch returned home Friday igcnev or postoflice. This I done to that it is nt your price and not minefor every one sells wihout reserve or bybid. Come rain or shine as the biggest police job this old world has GOODPASTER & :o. from Camp Knox Friday where he to avoid sending notice lo thoso who sale will be held at Olyinpa, Ky., at ray barns and will be inside if the weather is bad. Dr. Thomas Byram Vice, son of eVer known. had been working and pulling down have already made their purchase. But it will Ijave to be done. Mansfield Vice, born in Bath count v SALE WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT HALF PAST ONE. The best roofing on earth, the $50 n week. A. T. BYRON, Chai.nnan Bath in lSGG, died at his home in this city .Tike the Balkans for instance. Tliey General Certain teed guaranteed for County War Savings Committee. There will also be some cattle shoats sold at the same time and place Mrs Clyde Scott, of Mt. Sterling, Thursday aftenoon, November 7, ive been a hotbed of disturbance 5, 10 and 15 years. Crates will be furnished free of charge for the SOWS and delivered to the express office if to be shipped. The immediate pretext for was a cnest ot .Mrs. .i. x. MiianK s for years. 1918, after an illness of some Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Teed, of A. H. DAWSON. 'and and Mrs. W. B. Arnold the from influenza, followed by this war developed there. And their Tavlorsville, Spencer county, report i tcr part of last week, pneumonia and complicated la to" with oldtime animosities and jealousies that their son Robert Peed had been Charles Homback bought of Es- Mrs. J. E. Moss and little dangh wounded in France and that he was Bright's disease. His funeral tool; have not been wiped out by their re pie Barber a house and six acres of place Saturday forenoon, with tli? cent experiences. They arc liable to I " i in a hospital in Birmingham, Eng- iVand in the eastern suburb lor j,juo. honors of Masonry and Oddfi How- - break out again at any moment. the guests of the former! parents :L Robert was reared here and is; is is the same property uarucrThen there is the big question of hip, being a faithful memb.'t of hot' Judge and Mrs.Johnj!A. Dans; hcrt yTT regarded as one of the Otringsville tly.bought of S. D. Thomp somssia. there arc millions ot for ' orders. TTiiMib nml TTnlmrt Andprson find boys, and all hope for lis speedy reA. . , .. Dr. Vici1 was well known here mer sorts still (trunk with the wine i i if nvmtinii rinpiirirnr unii "-Miniiin covery. The wound is not thought t whero he has a number of relatives. of newfound freedom. They have to be dangerous as it is a flesh Vo'Mvukl ot Salt Lick.' ICtd U- v i I rump, , oi i.nnipf .a i k brother of Taylor Vici iii'lageil and plujidered rWl killta JSH by hrap'' killed without restraint fo nonths; The in Sharpsburg by Oscar J ni-, net. Rabbits are selling for 20c each in and for which the latter was hanged. whole nation is still m- - :htng. And .4)1 Daugherty returned onl.-r- . w res ai! there before this market. r,it from Camp Taylor Court at Mt. Sterling Monday was and rational govern--- n New Paper for Rowan County 1 been visiting her hus-Jrrnot as largely attended as usual. be established. ' Daugherty. She There were a great many cattle on The Rowan County News is the jooks like a big lot of Unci? For coffee and tea call on hoi)I ot Harpers Mou- - the market which sold at prices a name of the new paper published r 's soldier boys might be kept In CHAS. S. BROTHER. C trifle lower than at October Court. Morehead. The paper is a 1 ir pc for many months to civ quarto and is a very creditable And they will have to be maints' 'Morgan returned Fri-- it Eugene Brother sold 50 heifers and Buyers paid 25c a pound for tur-- 1 8, and 8 2 cents anil publication both in its mechanical adequately. to relatives in Car-- s cows at 7 on foot for the Thanksgiving accompanied home one steer at 9c a pound. Robt. Bai- and news departments. From the In any event it means that wv market. ;. .Tames Sudduth, ley bought a dozen head at Sc and number of handsome advertisements must get ready to buy more bonds. be1 received at this off 'r a viit of several 10c a pound. Riley Chandler sold a in the first have what I can supply hunch of heifers at satisfactory ice the merchants of Morehead Victory Bojssn the United Wryou want, vhci prices. eem to'appieciato their opportunix- -t- -J icw ' iy - publicity. The people ot Morrf-scs tucille - in the Lnii i ice. oxtra-- ! The V' aliL Work Campaign head and Rowan county will doubt- -' The United War f.Margverite Lacy, Alio'' aro The .r Work Ci. uiaigu have been giv- - sick orsoldeirs".be in' this county up tit Wednesday less give the Jews a hearty support. Alma Thompson anted will be have iK ery liberally. In fact the boys morning in subscription in Owings-vil- le ng Saturday. !key nrenble' ta r giving morq liberally than the sent home a3.soi Siiarps-bru- g and vicinity hnd $3,C0O, For Sale Privately n, because the boys pledge to travel. Patterson, of Pine- $G20 and Bethel $300. An esgood dwelling, new stock;., n and give five dollars each. They, It nitcn i l 1 rv c nl r i -yiesday to visit his uncle pecial effort was 'to be made Wedjc-vu barn, good pool in lot. splendid well a not allowed to be given any mon- Cost of garments is not considered sink and Miss Linda Al-nesday to incrasc this subscription his brother Ray Pat- in nil the precincts of Bath county. right at kitchen door, did not go dry . c.V on their pledge by their parents or when we price you dresses otTcrcd m llOrSC, tWOV rick at the Allen resi- - The amount raised at Salt Lick this year. Well fenced mid about 2 ai 'one else. Therefore, it is a real our dress sale this week. GOODPASTER & CQ. ifice on their part. fOV had not been computed aMhe time acres of land in this lot; also V,i acres good tobacco land, never-failin- g 'ie following boys have pledged rrs. w. n. the Outlook goes to press. fi qy o( Sneak theives have been stealing pond of water. Both places-fencei.ir and give fivo dollars- - each: ' B. A. ll:- - I ' l' Bvronj'BrooKs' Byron,' John ihe tcvjsf the small boys to turri nny kind of stnei.. ' NOTICE inTTT and t i conduct- - Mrs. .iUisiI Daugherl, . St. Lora r, ' lies Arnold Mark, having grent sport and earning conThe County Board of Health is Will sell both places together. Any W. Tom Ms Thanking terms to suit buyer. McKec, Tom Mcts.ee, l.i Carrol siderable sums of money trapping fur t favors aud tatliff and Carrol RatltiT of Flem- - canvassing the situation carefully, hearing animals. Furs are higher Duff, Reese lJuil, John Adair RichT. S. SIIROUT. 2t. .. ngsburg, attended the funr.il of hoping to open the churches and t.: than ever known before. & ards, Thornton Richard? .)i schools nt an early date. The church Roe Myers at Bethel Tue day. ' ' iru , Kimbrough, Jr., Edwa. 1 people will be not'fied through their It becomes a little bit tiresome at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moffett and as viry tntly. In the casualt list of Sunday's . when is lifted, the times answering the query "why am Oscar Shields, Omer Me Qui lauchter Miss Alberta, of Mi" " ministersthrough the bancounty name of Corbie Elling& GOODPASTER gil Thompson, William Estill, eil papers is the I not receiving my paper." their A look burg, and, niece Miss Vivian MoTeti. schools ton, of Yale, Ky., under the heading who will pass the word to at the label on your paper and the Johnson. .1 W. f Versailles, visited Mrs. Day Basis f Credit. Come on boys, and sign the pledge of "killed in action.". He is a sou the trustees and teachers. Government regulation forbiddinc yo the fact that other firms Shankland for the week end. Mrs. publishers to send their publications card with the faithful boys above. I of Mrs. Kate Ellington nnd is a memDR. WALDEN. ber of Co. E. 6th U. S. fiifantry. and retail, with watch we fehankland returned with them for a ,4ale to subscribers who are not paid in know you want to do vour part. Jbaaaess are making their basis week's visit to advance should answer the question C. P. MARTIX, dir. Victory Boys. Emerson Ferguson, while trj-inMrs. Carrie Lacy sold to Charlie Among those from hero who C credit SO days "we sire compell- freight train at for you without embarassment .to hoard a Horseman her farm of 63 acers lyThe Victory Girls the funeral of Roe Myers at Salt Liek Sunday with a suit eaSe in yourself or the publisher. It is not .Slto.do the same. All parage ing near the fork of the road in the wit! bo Cue tho dr--t of each Bethel Tuesday were Mrs. B. M. his hand was thrown to the ground a question of who is good or who is The Victory Girls are responding suburb of town at $116 an Byron, Mrs. and received some ugly gashes on the not good for the amount due on ramtk Goodpaster, Mrs. A. T. nobly in the United Wnr Work Cam- eastern A. ! DENTON & SN. E. II. Goodpaster, Miss Lucille Vice, head and face, but was not seriousIt is a government regulation. paign. They pledge to earn and give acre. Both Mrs. Lucy's boys are in France and fanning doesn't suit her Miss Gene Atchison, Seth Botts, R. ly hurt.' He will be laid up for some live dollars each. They have been present. Big gram eeffee 25c & pound at W. Kincnid, Jiidge A. N. Crooks, time. To Whom It May Concern raking leaves, making enndy, sewing at CHAS. S. BROTHER. Mex Goodpaster and Rev. M. C. Have just returned from Cincinnati, Ohio, where I spent a. week In buy- The Sheriff will he required to and numerous other kinds of work to THIRTY DAY BASIS. FARM FOR SALE Hart. Ing trom samples, Sheriff's sales, manufacturers and bankrupt stocks the (in ! r.nd kill all dogs not assessed earn their money to make their Thkiy Day Credit Basis I After January tot I wilkbcgin doMy farm of 150 acres two miles and tagged on or before the 1st vay pledges good. largest, most complete line of merchandise ever in my store. I have m Sergeant J. J. Thomn, or the BegHHuag ; July 1st I wQl sell The following girls have pledged ing business on h thirty day basis rent to pay, no clerks, buy for spot cash and having 30 years experienca, rwirclcss department of the air srr- - west of Preston on Howards Mill of January, 1919. Tliesc tags are .'goods strictly SO days credit owing I can and will sell clothing, shoes.hats, ladies and childref s' clacks and pike. Good tenant house and tobacco now for sale at the Couaty C'eikV to earn nnd give five dollars eaeh: of credit. The scarcity of all food ice, came last week on a fifteen-t!n- y to feed eenditions. Xettie Bell Arnold, Marguerite Lacy, products, the price, and profit regsuits and dresses, underwear etc., 25 per cent, cheaper than you ean biy furlough to visit his mother Mrs. barn. Well fenced. Apply to Mrs. clfice. C. W. YOUNG. compel May Atkins, Rose Brother, Mary ulations by the C'of' anywhere else. Let me give you a lew prices and come and, see for Sam Johnson and family and his sis-c- r John Seott, Mt. Sterling, Ky., or J. J. L. ATCniSON, Bruco Daily, Marjorie Craig, Mary me to make th'.s noyourself. Mrs. J. L. Bvron.: Jnv's regiment W. Shnnkland, Ownigsville. buy Judge of Bath Con.tv. We offer you an opportunity to Robison Crooks, Virgaleen Byron, li. C. BYRON. out from land on their wav fo a new fall style silk, satin or new Mts Sallie Dawson, Constance Botts. SuMens fleece lined union suits? ....Sl.75 50 prs. boys pants, all kinds and siz- . Those having relatives over seas France when the war ended and rc- The closed season for killing rab- san Richards, Louise Lacy, Angiu 4ress at the price of a good gingham. eived an order to return. Jay :s and have not received labels for Notice h - x recei d nt Camp Boys fleece lined union 3uirs.1.00 es from l.50c to $L0 bits and quail expired Friday, the Young Jackson, Elizabeth Tipton, Taylor St. GOODPASTER & CO. ? r dis- 50 mens fine Uue black and brown 1000 prs. mens, boys, womens and wearing a medal for effic- Christmas boxes by the 20th can 15th and many hunters were out be- Ida Belle Brother, Lucille Catlett, Al- charged from service . v- wdl be erge suits, as unvone has. $12 to .?15. childrens shoes, rubber boots and' iency as a sharpshooter and badge procure one from the Red Cross and fore pound- sunrise, but found game scarce. ma Thompson, Gene Atchison, Mary discharge. in groups according to Young mens suits, heavy all woo), ershoes for men, women and cbUdn A taraip weighing 4 2 send a package. The time limit for jof merit. is said that there are no quail to Alice Thomas, Ethel Ullery, Ruth their and measuring 25 inches in circum towns so th may. return size 33 to 35 $5.00 the leading brands, Godrich, shipment has been extended to Nov It he found in this vicinity. This is .Nixon, .Mao ference raised by Mrs. Will Knox, of hhrout, Louise Umlgell, home in ii tody. This will give op- Boys knee pants suits 7 to 17 all Band, all sold at cut prices. Mustering out of soldiers nt Camp 30th. probably owing to the long continu.-Boose bounty, was received by Mrs. Tnvlor will probably begin Fridav, Mary Gudgell, Lucille Vice, Ellen portunity fur homecomings by the wool best and latest styles 74 to $G Dress Gingham at 25 and 30 severe weather of the'past winter. Jobs GiMon, of this place. diffcrcp: i i:les and towns. Gillon, Thelma Johnson. 50 boys suits, 4 to 10 yrs 2.50 to $3. Nice calico, aU colors, 2& RABBITS WANTED 1 Nov. 22. , I will be pleased to take pledges Mens hats, new, We arc n the mnrket for rabbits. y S3 & Si. Good bleached sheets , -o . T..l. ir .Juno it. ouuiiegur, who went from any of theh girls who have uoi ? WANTED 100 mens and boys-caui. her brother Elee wool, nice quality each ALLEX & MANX Mrs. Reese Wells 'wasotaken down Dus at Camp Taylor. to nurse Metcalfe yet signed the pledge card. 35c. to 50c. Ri AlLiu n wanting to buy land in with influenza Tuesday moruing and lcrs, son of David Myers, f and new and wife, who were down with the Mrs. L. D. BROTHER, Chairman of 50c Chickens Kenton, J' . ae or Grant county to ;s quite ill at this. time. Born, to Ed Hart nnd wife, Moil- Belli. ', .;icd Saturday tt the hospital Mens coton sweaters ........ influenza at their home on White the Victory Girls. . ..4.- cone ilirrct ' he Powers R?3l ES a t nip Taylor, following a surgical 75 ladies cloaks, nil styles, 3 t j $10. . Rememi; uujl run AiUilit iitll.suu. Oak, was stricken with the disease, tate Co., at Equitable Bank, Walton, $1 to. ?6. Ky. President Wilson has designated j opeii..iai. for mastoids'. Young My-c- r- 50 childrens' cloaks, but is much better. cowty, Ky. George Toy and wife, Beem Thursday, the 28th day of November Born, to John Clark received a letter from wa i 'icre but a f r wroks a;: Plush and silk lined poplin laib'cs ....50c. We have been on the ground for as Thanksgiving dnj. his son Felix, who is in France, v fi'K- oi. ?isit to hi i.n'icr and fant-i- h heavy fleece lined vests jVon John Bell. e will make special prices on a which says he was in most of the .40 years, ka'Tthe land and can very picture Mens heavy ribbed shirts nnd draw. .d nas lookitg, few Ladies' High Grade Coats this hard tight ihg in the Marne drive, of health. He was a . . .... Wanted: good fresh milk cow- -. give yos ie rJvantage of this ex "A few of the rural schools in joung man or crs each week. ( are selling to men neigT "rhoods where the inflvynza T. S. SIIROUT. and that ho only knew four of his niiVst agreeable niinners, popular in 300 mens linen collars, perience, -T . GOODPASTER 5-- CO. from yourN?"-- mty and they are did ma become epidemic were resumcompany who was not cither killed in-- neighborhood wl excellent moral 75 mens and boys overcoats staB&Bg by us. We will take much ed Monday. Misses Myra and Lizzie Nestor of wounded. Felix entered the army and ' ' sudden anil unex-- ). 10 prs.nncns odd pants Tne Sentinel-Democrpicnonre in .showing you around, siiys Mrs. as from Bath county at Middletown, sold 74 turkeys for $243.12. 'ked death enntt n a bock to his r 'N V Coffectone, natures own drink for Walter Chetinult, of Montgomery Ohio, with a number of Bath coun fai'idy nnd friend- - Be il was at -i- 'i , mJITt lUMf I DC BCD VCIB J county, solify OUTLOOK $125 PER YEAR. sale at Ii. C. Byron's store. urkeys for $218, ty boys. tietibel cemetery lu i In :i Tt. 3p Transferred. loll i' to Shankliii .Pipor from i Bjsnrss Men Must Realize Ability Mrs. Killed in France. Lind-c- of Returned Soldiers war-cripp- D : SOW SAL 10, . V Your Herd Foundation 1918, at Olyrjy U-o- as.-ita- nt, Sell) 4- day, Dec. TTR cr ar vi-il- cd O jlIOES n is J SUPERBO PRICE - attractions of thp sale include MOLLIE MILLER 670002 ld .... . ... i- no-on- 670-0U- I e-- 1 - three-week- 1 -- Youira Breeder of Big Type Poland Chinas, Olympia, Ky. CLYDE Times-Democr- 1 BOYD, Auctioneer. v - 1J. jiij-'Tus- -r. i s iiii4 POBEfCTS Hon ; ol 1-- 2, 1-- We will offer for sile farm about lh miles west of Slate creek .i -- J k - ! . .s four and fodder, four hundred btis oats, due stack ofpats strawN rtll "m ,,ul. dl'aft onc l-r i, j ,t o . S.ije will begin at two iocli XcrmVeash. " E. H. GOOBPASTl SAMUEL TKAYI- - Walter Boyd Auctioneer. super-nitende- The War is 0n; for. Cash Buyers. ed fast-movi- ts and down go the prices. Pub f Sale Begins Nov. 12, lasts GODys"" -- ' i JSji , 7 r 1-- ! - tu 11- ps, 4 y" IT. - j .J.I 3- ,' at V I 3k I REFUGE. H IP" WINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, owingsvill: is, V KY. Lexington. i delivering ordnance supplies to the S. A. T. C. unit at the Eastern Kentucky Stntc Normal school, the big government truck crossed on the ferry at Boonesboro, probably the first, time In the history of the stnte that an army truck has crossed a river in that way. The truck weighs 10,500 pound's, and it carried 2,500 pounds ,i utS. ABDICATION iEN MAKE MATS FOR THE ARMY OF HOLLAND QUEEN .j aid cowards, N. K e n t u ck y News Cullings An epitome of mot important events tranapbr. ins In state i I I : Louisville. Corp. Edward George, who was Killed In France, was a grandson of Colonel Henry George, former commander of the State Confederate Home. Mr. If Dutch Government. It was Jonkhocr Colyn, who, pome months ago, was named In the British ve his bed. In ro press and Parliament as n German nek of Influenza emissary on a mission for peace. QUAN-JCshould be 'Ie was charged at the time by some QUALITY RA tonic, srch D1IH 'r the report vm TITY PRO! that DIscovik nRS Ue never OF commissioner mm vi1li,.Wirnssc. f he est to sound'1" '.-..ssion It fulled promptly, iinil such 3y ChairAccording to t nwiiiL' '"e liueqiiivociii Special Government . the man Edwai r. Reference to wuitability for Special frush Prussian militarism before Service. The Dutch Government has Issued a Washington. Quality rather than proclamation urgently appealing for of citizens In a "grave cpinntlty uroductlon will be the future year the crisis." It says the minority Is threat policy of the United Stntes Shipping of Tinvn lier own tning to seize power and derlares Its Hoard. This change In tho;i.oulsvHle Cour- - leterminntlon to maintain authority tne board was announced by Chairman Kdward X. Hurley l'rom now tnd order. The presence In Holland of the for on ships will be built with si ecinl refmer German Emperor, with members erence to suitability for special servof his family and some of his strong' ice and with particular reference to st supporters may so Inllnme the peo the economical co't of operation, in ice? tniniiv ununnuus. ple as to endanger the monarchy. space eluding the motive power, uiHuuuu ouiuuuu ob Itoshevlsm apparently has taken and speed. It has been tonnage root In Holland. Before the war the ject In the ppst to turn When you- - bck aches, and your Mid- - relations between the Dutch nnd Ger.ith a.I possible speed, wi .,ut too titr and kidneyr eem to be disordered. man courts, were very close, nnd It Is much attention to the specific ses to go. to your Ofirnt drug (tore and get a suggested that the Bolshevists may see which the vessels were to be put. Unkettle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamn-RooIt IkTa phyrictsn's prescription for ailments In the presence of the former ruler of der the new policy, hlps will in built Germany nn excuse to precipitate an with reference to probable trade tiees feftthe kidneys and bladder. and trade lines so as to n.lapt them JK has stood the test of years and has uprising against the Queen. So particular uses nnd to Increase the a' reputation lor quickly and effectively giving results in thousands of cases. ot the ship Fuel Bureau Appeals For Conservation speed of the This preparation so very effective, has Mayors of towns In this because every unnecessary dplay Washington. been placed on sale everywhere. Get a must be bottle, medium or large size, at your near- Ohio, Indiana, West Vlrglnln, I'enn in loading and unloading New York and Kansas, eliminated. sylvnnla. est druggist. Chairman Hurley's announcement However, if you wish first to test this vhere uatiirnl gas Is used, have been preparation tend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer asked by the Administration to follows : & Co., Bingbamtcn, N. Y., for a sample "Now that the armistice has been In the conservation of nnt bottle. When writing be sure and menural gas, of which there Is a definite s'gned and the end of the war is in tion this paper. Adr. shortage. The rapid growth of Indus' sight a statement roughtly oufniiig try, ns a result of war activities, is re tl.o plans of the Shipping Hoard Is In Some Seasoning. sponsible for the increased demand, order. They call our American nrmy "The continued need for building which Is much greater than the sup' troops." tonnage Is obvious. ply. This Is having a serious effect American-owne"Well, they were fairly well mus tered In, have plenty of pep nnd now upon domestic consumers, and there Not only must we continue to supply everybody admits they arc the salt of Is danger that there will not be enough our armies overseas and to prepare to bring them home at the earliest moto go around this winter. the earth." ment compatible with safety, but Eu! Xndleestlon. . r7 rope must be fed and supplied with Alurreeabl rl . ana Violate Armistice Terms, ( TV V. . i wmnttma Mi..tti... Gennnn soldiers are com- the necessary materials to permit the dtrrtnlsn Vrcetab.' wills stlmnlst the Adr. - mitting :Tlprteeurs tijrp.'Rr::on nsmrsiif. acts of violence against Inlmli reconstruction of devnstated nreas in Itants and arc destroying nnd pillag- order that both our friends and our Not Valid. ing, contrary to the terms of the armis enemies may become EGadspur ;s a dlsai) pointed man." tice, according to a French official and the burden of feeding the world ssHCV get Intotbe army. wireless message received here. The taken from our shoulders. JHeJwnntei-tmessage, which Is from the allied, high "Thcro arc not enough ships In the iMiikfl in. iubmbsshbsmbmsj sssssii'HBHiaaebii jjp Gnrmaa Ws?i rs - J -world to carry."?" this vark and to pro I nmnil, s?V( hat the allied command vide Immediately for ordinary comcommand to tnke merce. For that reason only a limited the grouud expects the tii.m.jiies to slop the violation. If th portion of the shipping which can be acts Increase, it Is added, the allied constructed by ns In 1019 will be availcommand will take steps to end them. able for use In the ordinary commercial channels. For two months the Shipping Hoard has been making a Naval Armistice Terms. era .y bottle of Paris. The naval terms of the Ger- complete survey of Its construction old remedy man and Austrian Armistice are being program and contracts. "Believing that the emergency wnr carried out rapidly. Admiral Hugh Rodman will be Uie American repre- pressure which necessitated the speed,T ' sentative at a meeting with German iest construction possible would soon naval delegates at n British port The end, the investigation has been with a tona French cruiser Admiral Aubef left view to a replannlng of the ships to Brest for the Firth of Fertli, Sco'tland, be constructed from this date forward. placed at the disposal where.lt will-b"It Is planned that .from now on por Gennnns! i pood order, take and .c In the fresh airclean Itemeinber a skin, and clean V.owels .'; urmour against disease. liver and bowels regular away the poisons itoko a vegetable pillwithin, every o aloes, , lun'i- up of 1 sugar-coateto be had at ..rCSi known as Dr. Clercc's A.'ts. If there Is a sudden t appears like n bard cold, p to bed, wrap warm, tak (1 loot-bat- h and drink copl .emonnde. If pain develops back, .tsk the druggist for tablets. These will Madder and kidneys and carry ius perms. To control the :hes take one Anurlc tablet with frequent drinks 'ie pneumonia appears rous way, when the apparently recover-- )i. - BOSHEVISM APPARENTLY TAKES ROOT IN COUNTRY AND THREATENS NATION. Presence of Former German Emperor, With Members of His Family People of Little Country-Du- tch Authorities Appeal to People. of freight ways! witb vrarv brought Slay-appl- Imdon. -- The crashing of thrones In the Central Empires Is ltiultng n sympathetic echo In Holland, where the Socialists are clamoring for the abdication of Queen Wllhelmina. Dispatches from the Netherlands Indicate the Socialist agitation there has taken on serious proportions, nnd a grave" political crisis threatens. Jonkheor Oolyn, who formerly was War Minister, has been summoned from IjuhIoii with the view to charging him with the formation of a new IBSSlHnBJBMBBJSJffJSBHBjMBJS yst L; " - ' - , . i - ' f .Vimni N.wppr UnlonJ An interesting photograph rakcn In France of a number of women nnd children refugees In the courtyard of die building provided W the ir. Itnry authorities, where these women make strnw mats for the army, and In this way The mats nre used for the purpose of strengthening defenses, for floors and for are nhle to support tr- camouflage. CHANGE P ING HASTEN PLANS FOR PEACE IN SHIr Developments In Europe May Hasten Conference of the Great Peace Congress. Washington. In Europe, not only In the mllltury way, but in the field of International politics and the tendency ot the revolutionary spirit manifested by the demoralized civilian population of the Central Empires to spread to neighboring states, have influenced the allied and American Governments to nrrange for the meeting at nn early date of the great Peace Congress. The Atlantic cables were burdened with Government busi ness, believed to have been made up for the most part of exchanges between Washington nnd Paris, where the Interallied Council Is endeavoring to reach an agreement as to the time and place for holding the conference, the conditions under which It shnll be held, nnd the nations that shall bo admitted to participation. Consideration of this last question probably will occupy much time for with almost every day witnesses the birth of a new- - Y dp'tl P. .,. - Llojd-Georg- e ..t: his resignation as a captain In the Medical Corps to the adjutant general of the army. His services at the head Frankfort. It Is possible that near-- of the Kentucky Institution were relp n. ......... . ........ ... garded by the trustees as Indispensa.j . hnmlrnri nnr rant phnnita In SOLDIERS MAY books used in the public and high ' ble, but the War Department objected schools may be made by the State! to him holding a commission In the Text Book Commission, which will be army while serving in that capacity. RETURN SHORTLY appointed In January hy Gov. Stanley, although State Superintendent V. O. Somerset Fire which orginated Gilbert does not believe It will be nec- from the kitchen flue at the home of essary. Lonls Ridings totally destroyed the CHAIRMAN U.S.SHIPPING BOARD house which was the property of Mrs. Mnysvllle. A woman who gave the Mary Gilmore and badly damaged the ANNOUNCED ON EVE OF DEname of Mnry Hnlre was taken from property of M. C. "Buddie" Gilmore, PARTURE FOR EUROPE. C. & O. fast train No. 4 here in a very on East Mt Vernon street The losses precarious condition, and for several were partly covered by insurance. Mr. hours doctors worked with her before Ridings' son. Earnest who was down Can Bring Troops Back at the Rate she was revived sufficiently to talk. with Influenza, was removed to the of 300,000 a Month, "If the War DeShe said she was on her way to Co- sanitarium. partment Wants Them Returned lumbus, O., and took the wrong train heroic work, The Are department, by saved Mr. Gllmore'a As Fast As That." at Cincinnati and became sick. house from total destruction. tn-r- d Owlngsvllle. The boy of Espy Whaley and w lfe, who live on the banks of Slate creek, a short distance west of this place, strayed off while his mother was nhout her affairs, nnd walking 'ntn the water, was drowned. The little fellow hud been dead some time when found. three-year-ol- Mt Sterling. Chief of Police Jamea Tipton has assured representatives of the United Stntes Employment Service of the full of his department In ridding Mt. Sterling of men able .to do war work, who heretofora have refused work when offered It The chief has dire M his men to make census of and when It Is completed these men will be put to work or drafted Into the army. Danville. Superintendent Jackson, of the Kentucky State Deaf and Dumb Asylum, at Danville, has telegraphed Hr. U STreU- - Hons, a. feet so hot stove. for breath su and nyvhealth told that cry workn., but Doan's Kidney Pills to by attention snd before one box, I began to feel r kept on and by the time I t ten boxes, I was absolutely All pains left my back snd other syn. torn of kidney trouble disappeared and I felt as well and strong as ertr." Subscribed and sworn to lefora me this 1th day of July 1917." VA.VID H. SHAPIRO, that it ' fc- DOAN'S FOSTER-MILB Cat Doss's at Anr S tors, 00c a Bos URN Notary Public "pfJLV ft Y. CO, BUFFALO, D1TEIITC Watson X.Oolamaa, Bxtcs rauonsMa HIs&estrstsnncM. Bcstsurlei Real Masters of Slang. V ' - pl.-n- s mm often t. mp.vwul litliM slate. WILL EXERCISE CAUTION Munition Contracts Will Be Cancelled With Care to Safeguard All Interests. Washington. Munitions contracts for the army are to be canceled with utmost caution to safeguard the Interests of both labor and capital. All bureaus of the Wnr Department, It was learned, nre making n careful survey of the outstanding contracts and recommendations and being formulated to cover Industrial demobilization Involved in the cessation of work on guns, shells and equipment. Officials said that thus far only one contract hns been terminated, It being an order for motor truck equipment upon which work had not been started and to the cancellation of which all parties were ngreeable. turn-aroun- New York. Edward N. nurley, chairman of the United States Shipping Board, announced here on the eve of his departure for Europe that the Government Intends to return to this country speedily a large part of tho American expeditionary forces. The purpose of Mr. Hurley's trip to Europe Is to arrange the details for their transportation. To offset the loss of transport tonnage through the withdrawal of British ships hitherto engaged In carrying American soldiers overseas, Mr. Hurley hopes to utilize 25 or SO German and Austrian liners, with accommodations for 4,000 men each. In compensation for the "loan" of these vessels, he said, food would be sent to the people of Central Europe on their return voyages. Mr. Hurley said the Shipping Board would be able to bring troops hack at the rate of '500,000 a month, "if the War Department wants them returned as fast as that.' He would meet General Pershing at American field head quarters, he added, to discuss the de While he tails of their will go abroad with Herbert Hoover, Federal Food Administrator, to erate in arrangements for the shipment nnd distribution of foodstuffs to regions liberated under the armistice, and in a degree later to be determined to Germany and Austria. Mr. Hurley said his mission had primarily to do with "getting the boys back home.' home-cominco-o- p Danville. Lemuel Leonard had several sheep killed at the Jackson farm. The dogs In some sections are attacking hogs and calves. Cook and Cooley, north ot Perryvllle, discovered two dogs making a raid on their hogs. One of the hogs was badly lacerated before the curs were frightened away. Another party had a calf Injured by 1 m Ml 1 Thirteen Survivors Reach Port Captain Fesscr and 12 other survivors of the small American steamship Ycnrut, of Philadelphia, which went down off the Bahama Is lands, have arrived here after 02 hours in an open boat The stewnrd and four others of the crew are missing and arc believed to have been lost The Ycnrut, a vessel of COO tons., was on n voyage from the Bahamas for Philadelphia with salt when she keeled over with a sudden shifting of cargo. Miami, Fla. "Merely Restitution." New York. In answer to German cla.ms that surrender of 5,000 locomotives and 150,000 railroad cars, ns ne" upon ,iseethtlt Convalescent wounded, including many men who would have returned to the battle front had the war continued, would be the first troops brought out ot France, he said. They would be fol lowed by units of various branches of the service, following plans already partly worked out by Secretary Baker md the General Staff. On future developments In the In ternal affairs ot Germany and Austria and their relations with the allies, the shipping official added, together with the trend' of European events In gen eral, would depend the number of troops to be brought to this country within the next few months, but he was preparing, he stated, to transport large contingents. Check on Bond Issues. Washington. Sentiment has devel oped among treasury officials and con gresslonal leaders for some sort of a Federal Institution to regulate issues "Tecurities during Uie next few yetSi to prevent the market from being flooded with fraudulent stocks and bonds for which citizens might trade in their liberty bonds. U. S. Flier In Cologne. Copenhagen. An American airman landed In Cologne, It was reported. Cologne, the northcrmost of the Im portant Ithlnc crossings to be held by the allies. Is 3S miles from the nearest point on the Dutch border, and 155 miles from the, nearest point of tne allied lines as established at 11 a. m., November 11. Los An- - I- Jatory oat -- ffti happened to ,K of that ward at happened "Vnhe ."he." Ac a. p...... me that to reforms-look- , 5g, ?"Ann saaiyu and.he had an wn;ill boy3' in we lm- - speech." dumb man with an lin ts speeeni" exclnimei ktalk nonsense, Lance- - ,'ther," v--- Insisted , the . .dler fingers was isl& . . v- .ifghter raised every- - Jatlon. bring famiby the allies,-woulthe country, Stephane Lausanne, head of the Official Bureau of French Information, declared here that Marshal Foch hassJCtosed upon i .i,Hl ,iwfc?. "lii.ymnnit. - tl o.XBUg uJlLJu 11 roferoiinmi- - tnoroltr n rrvst tlltlon nf rnll- gate to the Inter-AllieCommission cnceTo bultablllty frjr special'" ?y Wt6TN g stfteir,iririrriTt.Jmres of invasion entrusted with the carrying out of the nnd with particular reference to the seized in Belgium nnd Northern naval conditions of the armistice. economical cost of opcrntlop, Including France early in the War the motive .power, cargo space and speed. Riot in Vienna Parliament Crown Prince Is Held. Paris. Socialists stormed the Aus"It is also planned that they shall Washington. Official Information trian Parliament Building In Vienna be bul)f with reference tp probable reached the State Department through and tried to enter the Chamber, where trade" uses and trade lines, so ns to neutral sources that the former Gerthe new State Council was In session. adapt them to particular uses ami to man Crown Prince has arrived In HolShots were fired before order could Increase the speed of the land and has been Interned. These be restored, and 20 persons In the, of the shlji this because every unnec advices, which arc regarded ns deficrush outside the building were In- essary delay In loading and unloading nitely disposing reports that the forjured, according to dispatches rejeh-In- g must be eliminated." mer Crown Prince liad been killed, here. The, new national flp'g, three n'so said the former Empress was exbands, red, wldte and rod, "was holsiel pected shortly to Join her husband Food Shortage Foreseen. over the building, but soon afterward Columbus. Dr. W. O. Thompson, and son In Holland. some one remov'ed the white bond and president of Ohio State University, the crowd cheered the red flag. Government Yards to Stay. back from Kurope as head of the United Stntes Agricultural Commission, Philadelphia. Secretary Daniels, In Chilean Min(ster Quit. sees a big shortage of food In Kurope an address here, predicted that "no Santiago, Chile. The Chilean Mln the next few years. "It will be best man now living will see, unless wisvmiy iuiy o, uie resig-- j for the United States to take the Ini- dom departs from us, the Government uii.1 rvsiKum. m. . . . i taumet was ' tiative in forming' an Inter-allle- d iiniioii ul ijiu inieun Coun retire from the building and operating eubmltted 'to the President, but two cil to arrange a food program for the of g ships." The Naval days later' It, was reported that the next two years," he said. "There will Secretary spoke at the twenty-fiftanMinisters had consented to remain In nlso be a big demand for cotton,, wool nual dinner of the Society of Naval office. nnd livestock feed over there." Architects and Marine Engineers. d V turn-aroun- d 1 cnrgo-carrylnh tons of pits and shells are awaiting snipmenc ' Stop Collections. Cleveland, O. Orders to stop the collection of fruit pits and nut sheila were received by the Lake Division, American Red Cross, from the Gas Defense Division of the Chemical Warfare Service. It is estimated that 3,000 Winchester. Mystery surrounds the death of an Infant girl found at the Is Spreading Central Hotel. Tho mother notified a Influenza housemaid at about 2 o'clock In the afternoon that her baby was dead. Notice to Retail Druggist. It Is said the child bore a mark on Its neck, as if from strangulation by While the demand for Vapomentha n string. Coroner A. M. Tharker sum- Salve has been enormous, we have a moned a Jury, which found that the large stock of raw materials on hand dogs. child's death was from an unknown and can supply any reasonable demand cause. The jury mentioned the mark promptly. Sraysvllle. C Gorham, who came upon the child's neck, but did not atIn order to get quick and more equal from Louisville to work on the dam, tempt to say how it was caused. distribution while the epidemic of la-fluenza and LaGrippe Is raging, weare committed suicide by drowning. He Jumped Into the river and pushed pacKing a lot or t aozen cases wmcn Georgetown. Martha Cox, the away a plank that was thrown to him daughter of Mrs. John Cox, ot we can deliver to the retailer by Parnnd sank. He inquired the time from Georgetown, Is dead from an injury cel Post Send your check or Money or have with your a watchman nnd then remarked it was received while playing croquet with Order O. K.'d by order, Jobber, your we your order time to go, and made the leap to his her younger brother, John. The chil- cannot open so many accounts as at this death. The body has not been recov- dren were absorbed In their game nnd time for these small amounts. ered. laughed away the Incident when John's If you will advise your customers mallet slipped out of his hand and to use a little Brame's Vspcnentha Islington. Prof. A. M. Miller, head struck the little girl on the knee. But Salve up each nostril night and mom-"- ., of the Department of Geology of the the apparently trivial Injury would ing, we believe It will prevent Infla- University of Kentucky, has been ask- not be put away, because a small bone enza as well as Colds and LaGrippe. .' ' as it a strong prophylactic and gena ed to render service to the government had been broken, and protruded Iclde is will open up the head and air and in the capacity of valuation geologist through the skin. Death ensued. passages. BRAME MEDICINE COMUe will make n valuation report of all PANY, North Wllkesboro, N. C Adv. the oil properties of Kentucky and Winchester. John W. Swope, repreTennessee. He left for Pittsburg, sentative of Clark county In the KenOf Course. where he will receive Federal Instruc- tucky legislature, and John Trussel, "The fate of this enterprise hangs tions. who has been raising a crop of corn nt a hair." on the Swope place at Indian Fields, "That Is a bald sort it statement" Somerset Mrs. Andy Patterson, engaged in a shooting scrape. Swope who was residing with her son, Tom used a shotgun and Trussell a pistol. You May Try Cutleura Free . Patterson, in tills city, received fatal The shots went wild and nobody was Send today for free samples of Cutl barns, when she attempted to start a hurt Mr. Swope swore to a warrant eura Soap and Ointment and learn fire with what she thought was kero- against Trussell charging him' with how quickly they relieve Itching, alda sene, but proved to be gasoline. Dr. shooting with Intent to kill. He was and scalp troubles. For free samples, Beard was called, but her burns were arrested and his bond fixed at $500. It address, "Cutleura. Dept X Boston." found to be so serious that po hope Is said the shooting resulted from an At druggists and by maiL Soap 26, was entertained for her recovery and argument over the corn crop. Ointment 25 and 50. Adv. he died. ; Doctor Yourself. , Paris. Through, a letter received Somerset. F. J. Wagoner, who was He pressed his germinal" nosefl.' ly his wife, Mrs. Anna Bruce McCluro taken from a train load of soldier, Ilinton, St wa "corrvfd-'Ae-- U ncnt'tio- eandrr'e!hl9?roud't viilch passed through here en route to a camp In Alabama, was admitted ford Hinton, who IsM.In Fv C. A. to the hospital in n delirious condi- service with the Y. hospital where he underwent tion. After medical attention he was ntlon necessitating the remo released and placed in charge of an right eye. Otherwise Mr. 1L officer. His mind seemed to be Imin paired nnd he was conveyed to Lake he isone perfect health. M was of the first Bouri land asylum. young men to respond to Y. M. A. Winchester. Suit for a mandatory positionC as workers, and t secretary of Injunction against the Kentucky Utility Company was brought by the city M. C. A. In order to go o of Winchester to compel the company Princeton. TravellngV to turn on street lights. Winchester hns been In darkness for a week past C. Harris, who is suj because the city refused to pay the struction work on the ni company's last b;i, alleging that it. Illinois Central rail' ""Then the com- Scottshurg and Dawson wJs an ovorchiu-ffopany retaliated by turning oft the tied Sheriff McConiwll li bery of a car at Conti( llgnts. camp of 100 pounds of Lexington. Miss Gladys M. Wil- Mild also that the dyaan liams, of Lexington, has received a found secreted near by a letter from Private Virgil B. Gerald, clew which may lead to the, of the one hundred nnd seventh U. S. the robbers and the breaklnt Infantry, now in France, in which he gang believed to be engair Fays that he saw where Germans cut systematic theft of high tip humans and made soup of them. They had large pots or kettles and a Winchester. The poll big block to cut them upon, and cut ot Winchester made VMr pieces and boiled their in. the history them all to T of tlf dead, he stated. month. Judgel3cobC5 reported flncM to the amount of $765 and costs of when he die;! Princeton. Rescued from 'being $235.03, making a total of $1,000.05. get to helL" burned to death in a fire that de- piilef of Police Woodson McCord reInvoluntar stroyed ills parents' home at Fredonia, ported collections amounting to $27.70 ! have a notionTto sti. near here, Leonard Ijwery, 16 years on the new fines and $125 on the old old, died from exposure and shock, re- cases, the total collections for the lies again." said the kalset, "Don't do It. papa." prt sulting from being removed from the month reaching $1,052.70. The exhouse, and his mother, 3Irs. James penses of conducting the police de- prince. "People are gettlnk Lowery, who was ill with influenza. partment and city court amount to that It brings them luck." Is in a precarious condition. Young $455 a month, showing a balance from Labrador's area Is 200,000 "sV Lower- - also had been 111, but was be- the tines and collection In the treasury miles. lieved to be recovering. of $597.70. 1 : : "What's the matter now?" boy wj "I've got a can speak better slang than I can." seven-year-old . Berne. A proclamation Issued In II raised the dust." . Berlin says that Uie victims of the fighting during the past few days Inh Views. greater.Berlln shall be buried in olf; Jt's too much like side cemetery the where the victims of the woru; 1S48 revolution were burled. The enough JIkilf. proclamation announces that the state of siege has been raised; that there m Is to be full liberty for all, even functionaries, to form associations; the censorship. Including that on theatriGUARANTEED e cals. Is abolished, and there nre TO INSTANTLY" RELIEVE freedom of speech 1md of writing and amnesty for political joffenses. nana stfUKStn or Uprising In Poland. Berne. Vienna advices say Polish soldiers have occupied royal pala big knee Eke this, bat your horse ace and the ' military commanders' EBay have a bunch or bruise oa hk quarters In Warsaw. They also have aakle, hock, stifle, knee or threat. taken possession of the German military automobiles nnd arms nnd munitions. Polish officers are directing the German demobilisation. Poles hold 'triS cieaa k eg without imag up the post and telephone stations conbo kaLr necting the city with Vienna. The Cosetatnted eoJy a few to-b- Berlin Revolt Victims. "Kill 'Em All!" Copenhagen The Russian Bolshe vik! have adopted' an "assassination program," by which all European killed, the newspaper Sozlnl Demokr.i ten learns from HJalmar Brantlng, Scandinavian Socialist lend er. Is among those doomed by the Itusslan "Beds," the paper adds. Socialist leaders nre to be ASTHMA Polish Troops in Prussia. Copenhagen. Polish troops, according to a dispatch from Berlin, have years." entered Upper Silesia, Prussia. Appeals to Mrs. Wilson. Washington. Appeals addressed to Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and Miss Jane Adams, of Chicago, on behalf of tho women of Germany, nsklng that the armistice terms bo modified to prevent "unspeakable disaster," lwe been sent from the German wireless station at Nanen. They were picked up by the military Intelligence radio at Haulton, Sle., and were made public by the War Department. The appeal to Mrs. Wilson said the women and children of Germany have been "starving for Cynthlana. Huns Hike for Home. Hon. Ed C. Day, of HeHeadquarters of the American First lena, Mont, formerly of this county, Army In France. The Germans in has been appointed by President Wilforce have begun to leave the points son as U. S. District Attorney for the they now occupy northeast of the State of Montana, and the appointAmerican lines, according to German ment has been confirmed by the Sen-alwireless messages. Opposite the Amer ican front there was much wagon and Richmond. F. M. Stiver received a automobile traffic, the Germans appai-entl- y hauling out the supplies of waf telegram that his youngest son, Emermaterial which are not to be left be son Eugene, was dead at Brownsville, hind. A few German rear guards wiU. Tex. He was Just 18 years old, havremain as patrols nnd to pick up any ing enlisted before becoming 18. He stragglers, should some of the Ger is survived by his parents, one sister and a brother, who Is In France, mans attempt to desert Urges Keeping Up Insurance Washington. Soldiers , and sailors holding Government Insurance were urged by Secretary McAdoo to keep up their policies after the war as a means of protecting their families and to give them the right to convert It Into other forms to be provided by the Government The Insurance may bo continued for five yeara or con verted within that time. If policies are allowed to lapse the right to take other forms of Government Lvjrnnco never can be recnlnef met Maysville. Clifford Itelf, 54 years old, was found dead In his automobile about two miles from his home, between Mt Orab and Eastwood, near this city. He had died with a heart e. Paris. Two new tobacco barns, recently built, and contents consisting of tobacco, feed, farming Implements, etc., were totally destroyed by Are at Tarr's Station, four miles from Paris. The fire started on the roof of one of the barns and is supposed to, have originated from a spark from a locomotive. The two barns were owned by Ralney Smith, of Bourbon county, and the tobacco was Jointly owned by him and W. H, Earlywlne. A small amount of Insurance was carried on the tobacco. The total loss is estimated at about $10,000. ffgaWi ervous People who drink coffee 'find suts-tantia- l SELDOM SEE "is M a K wsdal lucnalcM. T ORBtNE. JfU As tsS. J a koslc VsiIcom it aa aBBKeatian. J2.50tr tn&Ki MasfUt4.Htt, TciMi sTttrs German police have been disarmed. Count Lerchcnfeld-JloeferlnGerman Civil Administrator, has fled to Briga dier General Joseph Pilsudskl. German Cruiser Aground. March On Metz Begun. London. A big Ge.tnan cruiser Is Tarls. Germany's troops began to n ground near Mnlmo, Sweden, accord evacuate Franco and Belgium. The Ing to a dispiuch frsm filllcd troops then moved forward, the -The commandf. 73?idIp refused Americans crossing the German fronnil proffered usslsr-rf- c'. The cruiser Is reported to have a large uaniber of tier and advancing in the direction of Metz nnd Straussburg. Mnrshal Foch, airplanes on board. Commander In Chlof of the allied nrm-lewill make solemn entries Into Plan Monument to U. S. t these German fortresses In the presraris. a committee nas been ap- ence of President Polncare nnd Prepointed to erect a monument a the mier Clemenceatt. The Marshal will point of Glrdonde, commemorating ride Into the cities on Croesus, hU faAmerica's aid In the war. vorite charger. s, Cynthlana. J. R, Brunkcr'a auto was put out of commission by an accident on the Oddville pike, near the quarry a short" distance from town. Mr. Brunker's nephew, Clarence, drivattack. ing another machine, attempted to pass him when two machines ran toRichmond. In order to conserve gether. Mr. Brunker's car was forced fuel and light, the dry goods mer- oft the pike and was damaged so that chants and grocers of town have sign- he had to abandon it until next morned an agreement to close their stores ing. During the night thieves stripeach night except Saturdays at 5 ped the car of everything that could o'clock: The agreement goes Into ef- be taken, including the cloth curtains. fect at once and continues until April Jack, a full outfit f tools, vulranizer relief when -- they change TOSTUM IBs t 1810. and repair materials. "AIT When Petain Meets Petain. I heard a yarn about the French the other day. 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When they attacked us they yelled to heat the band. I The lieutenant came back with the guess they thought they could scare stretcher bearers and he asked one of us. Hut you cannot scare machine them, so the boy could not hear him. If guns nor the foreign legion either. So when they could not scare us they the boy would live. The stretcher hearer said : "I don't were up ugalnst It and had to flRlit. think so. One through his chest and I will admit, though. 11 t the first time Fritz came over ami began yellright leg broken." The hoy had kept quiet for a while. ing I thouglit the whole (I rmau nriuy but all of n sudden he yelled. "Give me was after me. at that, and. Kaiser Kill a cigarette!" I handed him a clga-- 1 playing Hie drum. And how they hate CHAPTER Vll. rette butt Uiat I had found In the dug- - a bayonet! They would much rather out. We were all out of cigarettes. sit In a ditch and pot you. Stopping the Huns at Dixmude. I admit I am not crazy about linyo- So they lit It for Win nnd he kept I was stmuling In n communication qulet As soon as they could they got net lighting myself, as a general prop- around the corner of the tire bay with osltlon. but I will say that there have trench th.lt connected one pf our front by hlra and through a communication been times when I wns serving a gun line trenches with n crater caued the explosion of a mine. All around trench to a field hospital. The llcu- - behind the front lines when I wished mo men of line were tenant and I walked a little way with , for a rifle nnd a bayonet In my hands up. climbing tho third digging, coming hammeraround, nnd he began to thank us, and he nnd a chance at Fritz man to man. him ing, It was In this charge that our chap up shifting planks, moving sandbags tola tne lieutenant, "uiu man, you nnd down, bringing up new timbers, have been a father and a mother to lain wns put out of commission. As we were lined up, waiting to climb on reels of barbed wire, ladders, cases of me." ammunition, machine guns, trench t, And the lieutenant said to him: to the fire step nnd then over the this chaplain came down the mortars all the things that make an "You have done well, old boy. You line speaking to each man as he went. army look like a general store on legs. have done more than your share." The noise of the guns was Just deafWhen they started Into the commu- He would not say much, but just a trench the boy began to few words, and then make the sign of ening. Our own shells passed not far nication scream again. And the Heutennnt the cross. He was In n black cassock. nbove our heads, so close were the He was Just one man from mo ns enemy trenches, nnd the explosions acted like a wild man. He took out his cigarette case, but there were no we got the word and stood up on the were so near ard so violent that when cigarettes In It. and then he swore nnd Are step. He was not armed with as you rested your rifle butt on something put It back again. But In a few min- much as a pin, but he jumped up on solid, like a rock, you could feel it. utes he had the case out again and the step and stuck his head over the shake and hum every time a" shell The Bombers Were Fishing In Their was sweating worse than ever and parapet and got It square, landing landed. Bag and Throwing. Our first line was Just on the outright beside me. I thought he was talking to himself. The boy Isn't dying like a gentle- killed, but when we got back we found skirts of the town, in trenches that find a fragment of cither of them. man," he said. "Why couldn't he keep he wns only wounded. The men who had been won and lost by both sides That made two that landed within quiet," I do not think he meant It, saw It were over the parapet before many times. Our second line was in twelve feet of me ; yet I wns not even He was all nervous and excited nnd the order was given nnd then the the streets and the third line wns scratched. When I got so that I could move I kept taking out his cigarette case and whole bunch nfter them, because they, almost nt the south end of the town. The Huns were hard at It, shelling went over to where the captain was too, thought he was killed and figured putting It back again. The other offlcer had gone on to In- he never would know how they came the battered remains of Dixmude, and standing, looking through a periscope spect the sentries when the boy rolled out about their vows. All the men In to the right stretcher bearers were over the parapet. I was very nervous Into the trench and a pollu came up the company were glad when they working In lines so close that they and excited and was afraid to speak looked like two parades passing each to him, but somehow I thought I to tell us that the officer bad been hit. found he was only wounded. But I We walked back to where I had been While half of us were on the firing other. But the bearers from fhe com- ought to ask for orders. Finally a nnd there was the officer. If I had step throughout the day or night the pany near me had not returned from could not say a word. been there I would have got It too, other half would be In the dugouts or the emergency dressing station and shell whizzed over our heads Just I guess. He was an awful mess. The sitting around In the bottom of the tho wounded were piling up, wnltlng missed us, It seemed like, and I broke ont: "Whnt did you see? What's all veins were sticking out of his neck trench, playing little games, or mend- for them. A corapnny of the 2mo Legion Etran-ger- e of the news?" and so on. I guess I nnd one side of him was blown off. ing clothes or sleeping or cooking or had just come up to take their chattered like n monkey. Also, his foot wns wounded. That Is doing a thousand and one things. The Then he yelled: "You're the gunner what shrapnel does to you. As I men were always In good humor at stations In the crater, under the paratrawled past him, I happened to touch such times ,and it seemed to me even pet of sandbags. A shell landed among ofllccr. You're Jusf in time I've lo'lis foot and he cursed me all over the more so when the enemy Are was them Just before they entered the cra- cated their mortar batteries." ter and sent almost a whole squad lace. But when I tried to say I was heavy. ry I could not, for then he npolo-c- d If a man was slightly wounded down west, besides wounding several others. Depew has an exciting experiand died a moment later. Almost before ' they occupied the would come the rifles to order arms, ence In a Zeppelin raid, as told Tlicrp was' a silver cigarette case nnd some pollu wns sure to shout, crater the wires were laid and reached In next Installment. light this way.- - One franc." It was back to us, and the order came for us 'tandlng Joke and they always did It to remain where we were until further pollu who did It most was a Swiss orders. (TO BE CONTINUED.) 1 lie was always playing a Joke on Then we got the complete orders. uebody or Imitating some one of We were to make no noise but were all CARE FOR SOLDIERS' FEET to be ready In ten minutes. We putj or making faces. jVe were all sorry when this Swiss on goggles anu respiruiurs. la luu Army Authorities Particular That sni west, as uie uiuieys say, anu minutes the bombers were to leave the There Shall Be Little Trouble tried to keep up his Jokes and say trenches. Three mines were to in That Respect. same things and so forth. But they and then we were to take and not go very well after he was bold a certain portion of the enemy "How is Uncle Sam able to raise suf1. He got his in the same charge trenches not far off. We were all ficient funds to shoe his children?" which the chaplain was wounded, ready to start up the 'adders when might ask Just now, when the was one of the. bunch that charged they moved Nlg's section over to ours we shoes are soaring almost 'ore the order was given, when the nnd be sneaked up to me and whis- prices of average purse. jiplnln got It. and was running pretty pered behind his band, "Be a sport. above the question wasy however, an- and gimme n ' This ir me until we cot to the Boche Doc; make It flfty-flftjored nt a recent meeting In Atlnn-- c e. I bad to stop' to get through. chance." S City of the American Leather Chemiiugh must of It was cut up by nrttl- I did not have any idea what he at!y fire, but he must have jumped It, meant and he had to get back to his ists' association, which was also wnen i looked up ne was twenty squad. Then the bombers came up to tended by several members of the disthirty paces ahead of me. We got the ladders, masked and with loaded American Chemical society. Theirmost the Germans about that time nnd sacks on. their left arms. "One min- cission on this subject provedservice conclusively thnt in ute now," said the officers, getting on are being provided the boys finest qualwith the their own ladders and drawing their ity leather In their army shoes and revolvers though most of the officers It Is surpassed by none. of the Legion charged with rifle and that Another Interesting fact developed bayonet like their men. In their discussion thnt the army Then Boom I Slam I Bang! and shoes are made with the flesh side of the mines went off. In this way grease "AHpjsI" and then the parapet was the hide outside. may be readily applied to the leathfilled with bayonets and men scramto time In order to keep bling and crawling and falling and get- er from time ting up ngaln. The smoke drifted back it waterproof. gratifying to learn that It was most on us, and then our own machine guns In every first-aikit the soldier carries began ahead of us. a tube of paste to apply to the feet In Up toward the front the bombers to prevent trench sores, which were flsb' In their bags nnd throw- order were so common In the 'early days of ing. Just .rke boys after a rat along sores are caused by war. the docks. The black smoke from the the alkalineThese In the trenches, hut water the "Jack Johnsons" rolled over u nnd If the feet are promptly protected by probably there was gas, too, but you an Inert grease no such bad effects could not tell. result. The front lines had taken their Thus we see that Uncle Sam Is dealtrenches and gone on and you could ing with the question of the army shoe see them, when you stood on a para- from the soldiers viewpoint of comcompany fotf htudred prisoners. We pet, running about like hounds through fort and protection, as well as from his had to retire beuse the men on our the enemy communication trenches, own standpoint of the wearing qualisides did not fet through and we bombing out dugouts, disarming pris- ties. The government recognizes that were being flank.'d. But we lost a lot g oners very In their the soldiers' feet are his best friend of men doing It. masks and goggles. The wounded and It Is doing everything to help to When we returned to our trenches were coming back Slowly. Then we keep them so. our outfit was pimply all In and we got busy with our work In the dugouts were lying around In the front line, and communication trenches and fire Skeptical of German Starvation. tike- a bunch of old rags In a narrow bays, with bayonets and bombs, digThe latest and aUejr. None oi us showed any signs Stuck His Head Over the Parapet and ging the Boches out and sending them anonymous correspondents who obligCot It Square. of ttfe except a working party that "west" And every once la a while n ingly give us a picture of food conwas digging with picks and shovels at I was pretty busy for a while. But Fritz on one side would step out and some bodies that had been frozen Into soon I saw him again. He was pulling yell "Kamcrad," while, like as not, on ditions In Germany do not add anything material to previous stories of the mud of tip trench. his bayonet out of n Boche when an- the other side, his pal would pot yon the kind. We are not greatly imI used .to think all the Germans were other mnde a jab at blm and stuck, him with a revolver when yot. started to pressed by the reported offer of a. ham big and fat ad strong, and. of course, In the arm. Then the Boche made a pick him up, thinking be was wounded. d for 11 ; neutrals" have some of the grenadier regiments are, swing at blm with bis rifle, but the Then we stood aside at the entrance with but lots of the Boches I saw were Swiss dropped on one knee and dodged to a dugout and some Boches camo provided us past. much higher quotaJudging by the wny little and weajc like this fellow I "got" It He kept defending himself with out In single file, shouting "Kamerad" tions In the In which Berlin has consistently been In my first charge. his rifle, but there was another Ger- for all they were worth. One of them reported to be starving since the auIt was a good piece of work to take man on him by this tlmo and he could had his mask and face blown off; yet tumn of 1914, the prisoners and a novelty for me to not get up. The corporal of our squad he was trying to talk, with the tears have acquired tho Boche must by now' the art of living entirelook them In the face the fellows I came up just about that time, but he rolling down over the raw fldsh. He ly on air or "substitutes." London had been fighting. Because, when you was too late, because one of the died five minutes later. Globe. look a Hun In the face, you can see Boches got to the Swiss with his bayOne night, while I was lying back In the yellow streak. Even If you are onet. He did not have time to with- the trench trying not to think of anyGet Wise. their prisoner you can tell that the draw It before our corporal stuck him. thing and go to sleep the bombs began Vanderhoof Herald If you feel that Huns are yellow. The other German made a pass at the to get pretty thick around there, end the whole world is against you, get In Maybe yas bare heard pigs being corporal, but he was too late. The when I could not stand It any longer line; the world may be right about it butchered. II sounded like that when corporal beat him to It ind felled him I rushed o'ut Into the boj of the fire Boston Transcript CHAPTER VI Continued. with a terrific blow from his rllle butt. The Huns were pretty thick around there Just ns another fellow and my self came up. A Boche swung his rllle at the corporal and when he dodged it the r.oche almost got me. The swing took him off his feet and then the corporal did ns pretty n bit of work ns ever saw. He Jumped for the Boche, who hail fallen, landed on his face with both feet nnd gave It to the nest one with his bayonet nil at the same time. He was the quickest man I ever saw. There were u couple of savate men In the next company nnd I saw one of them get nv er Fritz's guard with his foot .and, believe me, there was some force In that kick, lie must have driven the German's chin clear through the back of his neck. We thought It wns pretty tough luel; to lose both the chaplain nnd the vll lage wit In the same charge, along with half of our officers, nnd then hnve to give up the trench. Every man In the bunch was sore ns a boil when we got back. well-know- n n the pnrn- pet. where It was s. "' i Hundreds of star ,i lis were being. sent up by both side M tho field - bright r.s anil the trenches we' '. trenchet day. All up mid dr , keeping our men were dodging .'ibs I liar, out of the way of the were being thrown In our faces. It did not seem ns If there wns any place where It wns possible to get cover. Host of the time I was picking dirt ou of my eyes that explosions hail driven Into them. If you went Into n dugout th men already In there would shout, "Don't stick In a bunch spread out!" Whl'o you Were In a dugout you kept expecting to be burled nllve and when you went outside you thouglit the were nlmlng at you direct nnd thorn was no place at all where you felt snfe. But ths fire bay looked better than the other places to me; I had not been there more than a few minutes when n big one dropped In nnd that hay was Just one mess. Out of the 21 men In the bay only eight escaped. When the stretcher bearers got there they did not have much to do In the wny of rescue It was more pallbearer's work. 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With ..i k, Duchesne bro- -t 'uto a laugb Y". 've forgotten to put his other a lir 'Sh. Hint's all," he said. t" and s' woolly ihlug off thi j chll'l. i way It goes." Then lu the s.'lll t ennui youngster. "Jim a minute, my old comrade, and It will be i ' . MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDRE They are pleasant to take and a certain relief. They act on the Stomach, Liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders. 10,000 testimonials from mothers and friends of little oneselling of relief. No mother should be needed. Ask without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for The need of them often comes at inconvenient 'tours. y. Used by Mothers for over thirty years x rig' - . I par-npe- the bony little anas were Ihru .g'i the sleeves of the thing bcfoi .i ,ms dnr.vn over his head; but w," that had been done, lo, there was no penlng at all for the head Itself! So off it came again, and all three men first examined it and then Tb'! i. 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Going out ahead of the machine guns during nn attack In the Alsne sector, he dressed the wounds of American and German slike, nt one time being only 20 yards from a German outpost, from which he was hidden by In slight rise of ground. Tho machine gun detachment went In advance, of the infantry In nn attack on positions at Glennes and opened an enfilading fire that carried the day. Out In front of them tolled the Itev. Mr. Barker, working nlong on hanas nnd knees nnd finding plenty of call for his bandages nnd dressings, lie came upon one German wounded In the leg who was limping toward his jwn lines. Though unarmed, he band-jge- d the wounded nan, who was grate-renough to let the Good Samaritan . usuaUy Indicate the absence of Iron la , the blood( greatly helped by SirOnriiiS a condition which will be uoioness ri"PT FnrP barter "!n . Acid-Stoma- ch Victims Sickly, Weak, Unfit, VsmB Depressed Uiytw you ban aa aeM itomicb- aad doa't know It! Thre are mUUooi ot such people weak, alltax. tired, worn 1 oat "all in" before tbe dar la halt gone Uatlen and Indifferent to their often with achee and pains all oeer the bodj woetullj lacklns In phjalcal power aad mental ilxor pale, emaciated Inst dressing' oat a weiry Nina oat ot every ten of exlatenee. theeo people ar unconscious Ttetlma of Thousands npon thoosanda ot people who ar snhtert to aftarka of tmllcestlon "and btlBulSPU: ' WB4 an "narToaa. mel ancholy, mentally depressed; who snnTer from rheumatism, lumbaso or sciatica yes, even many of those who hare catarrh, nicer or cancer of tb stomaclk If the tronb'.e is treeed to Its source, it will often be found to be Just add Hornsea. For these are only somo of tbo ailments that are caused by what the doctors call soperseldlty, which Is another name for sour or What yoa want to know abore all els Is how to quickly rid yourself of excess add. A wonderful modern remedy called EATOX1C literally wipes It out. It does the work esslly. speedily and naturally. It makes the stomach pore, aweet. cool ind comfortable. It helps yoa set full strensth oat of every mouth, fnl of rood yon eat: and unless yoa DO set full strensth from your food yoa canlot enjoy robust, Tloroua health. Too cat to LITE. Tour Ufa eoendis tnf tbe atrensth yoa set from yoar toe There Is no other way. f EUTONIC Is la pleatant-tartla- e let form lost Ilk a bit of urge yoa no matter what yoa ba take Eatoole lust one week v out for yourself now wondcrftf proved yoa will feeL See hew K1TOMC banishes the lamed! bloatjhez feets of acid stomach sour.V belchlnc. stomach, tadlseatton. et& Seepto. eaj ul OTlrlTTrqrneTTM takfar L- - jet nwnyl how much mor." easily It is d. soundly yoa tUB how Irritability disappear. by Susplcisus. "Huve the young couple In the flat next to us had a quarrel, Marie?" "I don't know; why do you ask?" "Our cook went In there to borrow somo baking powder, and she saw the wife making angel cake.'' Getting a Light xne ijiuians useu to smoke a pipe because rid yoar stomach or-tO- that has been holding leg your life miserable. EATONIO Is abaola can be taken by tho m of thousands et are enthusiastic la its EATON! Aad' . rp' y peace." "They never could have remained peaceful If they had been completed lo depend on these modern matches to I!?'" 'be pipe." . Df refunded. If Jo--' EA TONIC the Ea tonic Wabash Av at once w send thew get a bit" 30c box It doe not help EATOMC Is absolaf tJ cttve It THE QUICK itYAY r' X Water Regulated by Pedal. Pressing one end of n pedal with the Toot admits cold water to a new wash-stanpressing the other end allows hot water to flow and pressing the entire pedal mixes the two so that moderately worm water Is obtained. lb 0. When you have a severe, stubborn ccugb or c&io medicine you can get. Why not, therefore, get one. moat soothing and satisfactory remedy ever used, or Druggists everywhere are authorized to refund mork EXPECTORANT L not found the very best ever used fol When ehltls, Croup, Whooping Cough or Hosreeness. honey or sugar syrup, 50 cents worth makes 64'teaspoonsff other; narcotic, and is no chloroform, opium, morphine or any Monasteries. medicine. It is so pleasant to taker that children are fond oi The monasteries once thickly strewn should not have it order direct of R. J. Schlffmann. St. Paul throughout England and much of Europe were called abbeys, from being ruled by abbots ni nbbnts from nbhas. Syrian for "fnthcr" ns those governed by a prior were called priories. d, Scenes of ftresfs per act 45 that'sfa-tha- d Boss Settled That Practice. Visitor Why doesn't your stenographer powder her nose during work ing hours any more? Office Boy. Tho boss threatened to dock her and s: e Isn't taking any chances. "Do you like German poetry?" "Yes," replied the man of relentreformless mind, "when It ed." "How do you moan reformed?" "Translated luto honest English.' has-been Are Common in Western Cant cet $2 a bushel for wheat and you are bound to The thousands of U. S. farmers who havf Canada's generous offer to settle on homeste: farm land in her provinces have been well bountiful crops of wheat and other grains. Where you can buy good fam laad at S DBSKto tbe acre , Reforrritlon. AlberC7tki can get WesteA at you can do InManitoba, Canan provinces Sas! a of HOMESTEAD OF ecniy-lookln- - ''well-informe- d CINCINNAt I MARKETS. Hay and Grain. No. 3 Corn No. 2 wli le S1.50g)l-2 yellow $1,400 white $1.4."i?l..V. 1.45, No. 3 yellow S1.351JW, No. J N. 3 mixed ?1.2.-?- J mixed i 40, yellow eai 1.30. white ear ?1 ?1.2.1'l.:i.'i, mixed ear t0'l.S0. Sound Ifay Timotlo. per ton, rang' ed from S2S to .$32. f. nd clover mixed 520.50 ft 29.73, and m nd clover K. . wheat fields have averaged 20' bushels to the acre many yields as high as 45 bushels to the acre. Wonderful crops also of Oats, Barley, and Flax. Mixed Farming is as profitable an industry as grain raising. Good schools, churches; markets convenient, climate excellent. Write for literature and particulars aa to reduced railway rates to Supt, ot Immigration. Ottawa, Caa. or to and other land at very lo?r prices. During many years Canadian 160 ACR? f W.S.Nclhery, Roaa82.laler BimSla.BIdg,Cc!:i2i!:!u,Q. Canadian Government Agtnt "well-informe- $2327. After the Offense. "It wns a portly but very polite person who sat nest to Jones In a railway 'l ixed 70 station. 71 c "Pardon me.' said he to Jones, "but TTjultry, Buttjc?V what would you say If I sat on your Butter 'WhoitiufiK creamery extras hut?" vSf, "Suppose' you sit on It and then ask 'allzed creamery extras 61 c, s 58i4c me," sarcastically suggested Jones. Kggt I rime firsts 59c, firsts 57 &C, "I did," said the portly person, Judge. ordinary jirsts 54c. I 'Poultry Springers, over 2 lbs. Pr. rierre'a ri'isant Pelleta put an end t 22' u, 2 lbs, 2Cc; fowls, 5 lbs and dizzido, under 34 lbs and over. sick snd bilious hesdacbes. constipation, Adv. b'. t. ness and Indlsestlon. Clean house." 22i .icjiters, 19c. Oats No. 2 white white 73o, Nn. 3 white mixed 71(?72c, No. 3 standard ":':':'U. No. 2 Cuticura Stops Itching and Saves the Hair, 111 Jranlebn Sou 3. Oluual S A SO. 1 Suapleesehtreetamn,Sef. X. a. ri ." ur the Genuin and Avoid Waste Get JUST A BATTLE This Is the story of three men, representing the navy dental corps, the hospital corps end the United States marine corps. All are dead now a part of the toll of the battle of Bouresches, won by the marines early In Judc The marine, Capt Donald F. Duncan, had charged, leading his men against a shower of machine gun bullets to the aid of a platoon that was WALTER 1AKER & CO. PORCMVraft, EtUtsUdwd I M - MAS. rm Live Stock. Ciiktle Shippers 51215.50, butcher States navy, and a hospital corpsman, BRIEF INFORMATION good to Rtffrv extra $1314, unidentified, ran forward to his assist. U12.75, common to fair 50.ru ance. They carried him to shelter. One agricultural college and three exr.5u, heifers, extra $1011, good to Then the roaring boom of a big shell. periment stations are maintained by hi 'ice $90.75, common to fair $0 almost cut to pieces. And as he wait A great, gaping hole where the shelter tho government of Norway. ogio. t: iO. cows, exir.t A patent has been Issued for n silk forward he carried a pipe In his mouth had been. The three men were gone, ''nles Extra gauze face shield to keep dust from the good 5130)17.75,. fU. lfylS, fair to literally blown out of existence. and dallied with the stick he carried. oumroon and large eyes and noses of automoblllsts. The marines behind him, steadied by $Va 12. Platinum 1$ so durtlle that n wire his coolness, pressed forward. Then Woman's Way. Jllos Selected , heavy shippers nnckprs nnil Ma Grump says: "A woman with n 1,800 miles long could bo drawn from SiTT.fiH. irood i' rtli" the machine gun' stream caught Capbijtcher $17.50. Vajs 51013.23, com- tain Duncan, drilling him through man Is a good deal like a cat with a a single Troy ounce of tie metal ws $U15. Pennsylvania's mining ' '!'rn t0 cholce ho ty tnt and through again. His men went on. mouse; shj don't care much about & mule shall have 700 cubic feei Tof a" I (110,,bsani1 The captain fell, gasping with pain. him till he shows signs of gettln 4 minute and a miner 200 cubic feet Dental Burgeon Osborne of the United INCIDENT ch.-ii- Moral Discipline. "So your boy Is studying Germany "Yes. And It Is benefiting him. Of course, he hasn't acquired any of the language, but he Is learning to keep his temper admirably under circumstances of considerable Irritation." Love Is supposed to be p sasslon, but sometimes the her makes It a' tough propi in Eve n- . : ' 'n rEW SEIXKK-IOOU- to; eet this, bis profits, uf oweU, CO Uraklns aC are dangerous. u. , !fl '? I tu "'' BMrtlns Jn MUiiiNK EYE When Your Eyes' Try Murine No Dm gains or malL f edCarc netjy nts ""TWO iW- - N" PISO U-- v Get srnmst Fiso'a. Stops irritation; soothiiu and safe for lounz aad old. N Pe.s.stent Cc CINCINNATI, NOj i1 8 I 1 died of pneumonia followinf FARMERS BANK t. 1 ...... r . ...v.- .uenza nnd loaves a husband, fall' or John Newman and other relatli our heart t. t whom we extend - KY. s. iiin thy. Walter Hedriek anil .la mm Mytr? las- - weej Con- - of Hath county, were here ,aet of - w?9 Kt.. Ioat- . PEBBLE - mutter. We had a heavy rain here Salui .ijJMv'S subscription day ni;ht and Sunday. unlows The ease- - of Flu are too numerous $L25 to mention. All are dome meei.v. Seventy cents , daughter, forty cents Mi--Thornton Stephen-- and alley, Inn Stephens. ! Sap' iIviMted Tomniie Stephens and wife, of Thompson; thi- - week. near Shnrp-lmn- ;, Mr. OthH llailey, son of Saut 15. - - - Kentucky. Jewell (iarrett, Hailey. and Mi- -daughter of John fiarrott. eloped last 11S VY. VOVKMBER on the Tliev were arre.-te- d wnv and Mi-- s Jewell returned home. "X Wnn.l- - Criiliam and Albert D.iv. ot COLFAX inwlings. who ha- - been home iJIViuing eouiity, were here la- -; Ration, returned baek to his Thursday looking after the totiaeeo --Si Sit sale- -. Frankfort Monday. relatives W. N. Maddux and family Ii. T. Davis " Vnn and Knth county Friday. ihe bitter's parent- - Mr. and Mrs. iillc Kcevcs, of Iieynoldsville. Jacob Plank, ol Loeu-- t, from Satur-l- n till Monday. hor aunt Mrs. K. T. nird ThurMlay. Suit Perkin- - lost by death two Friday. JTere arc some few cases of the good yearling heifer- - last a'nround here yet, but tho-- e that Cause of death unknown. 'jvc it nre getting nlong nicely. D. H. Heudrix, J. W. Hendrix nnd Nell Davis Miscs T. I). Anderson jve at Owingsville .Jiliss Bess and Jcs-- c Hunt Saturday night last ThursdHV on Kd Daughertx and J. W. Hendrix ,2nd Sunday. trip to Ohio la- -t rf Marion Story nnd wife visited the niaile a -s Blatter'.-- sister Mrs. Lou Davis Tliurs- - Friday, returning Sunday night. 'The personal property of the late Miss Snllie Davis visited Kthel and Dyroiu "Woudard was appraised hist Saturday. Iva Kissick Wednesday jfiglit. A few turkeys were gathered here turkeys is , Buying and selling last week at J4e per pound on foot. the order of the day here now. Mrs. Reekie Spurlbck died ThursOKLA day evening, November 14, of a complication f She leaves 4 Im Drn'.on, wife and children visit brothers nnd one sister besides a ed Tom Sorrell and wife Suinlay. Ur--. Win. Likes and son Karl, Wil- hnst of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. She was laid to rest k Haniuin. Mrs. Helen Denton. Mrs. Knicry in the KaixyjoH- - burial ground Friday. Hha Highlev and gnmd-on- s A ngw telephone line is now being ad Victor DeutonJ K. L. Croueh and erecte'3 from Colfax to Poplar Plains. family and Ml... (icorge Hedriek visited Kmo- -t IV yd nnd wife Thursday. Kddie Dougherty returned from STEPSTONE , rMarion, Ind., .Monday accompanied J.Irs. Lucy Williams aped C4 years, by Willie Stewart for a few weeks" died Xov 11 and wns buried in the stay. yTJames' graveyard. The funeral .seKosettn and Ku ell Vice, . Dyeie rvices were conducted by Kcv. Henry Gray and Hendrix Daugherty Ficklin. She leaves two children, Jo Iltndris and family Saturday Cornelius, of thus place, and Mrt. iiight. IJobert Wilson, of Spencer, one sister, Kmmet Denton continues poorly. Miss Elir.n Maxcy, two brothers, John Georgia (Ircy remains about the nnd Ice Mnxey. She was n good wosame of her illuess. man and will be missed by her many Floyd Barnett died.nt the home of friends. . his brother Buford Barnett at Hoop-estoMiss Mnttie Carpenter, of "JR. III., where he had been making Mi-- s Ella l'ow-c- r Sterling, Ky., his home for the past few months. last week. TUe cause of his death was tubercuMynbier Carpenter's family, whp losis. He was IS years of age and very poorly. bnye the Flu. continue wa liked by all that knew him. ne om, to James Sexton and wife leaves three brothers and one sister I unlay night, a son. hto mourn his loss; Buford, of Hoop- family,' Thomasson and cston, HI., Herbert, of Marion, Ind., d, Mrs. Callie Ragan Clyde of the United States Arrd Carpenter and wife and my nnd Mrs. Allen florrell, of this sday until Ssiturday. V Nickels has been ioorlyJ place. We extend our heartfelt sym pathy to the sorrowing relatives. jexander has been sick PEELED 6AK Harmon Stull and family, of here attended court Pincvillc, who have been very ill with Mondav AftiUl.J are improving. Mrs. A. JT Ballard is very sick with week t S frien the II u nnd throat trouble. Miss Josie Shneklcford nnd sister Grace were the guests of Mrs A. J. Sallnrd Monday. !l family have Quite a lot.of nice fat turkeys nrji. 1 -being taken to Preston this week. family went town, 0., EAST FORK c. F. P. Hendrix was in Cincinnati little on business last week. There wcre a few turkeys sold here for J4c last week. of Mark Arrasmith is sc i. his illness at this time. Mrs. . 0. .L-- .Hr-sluxi .i day to be wtih him for a L-- P. Hedding enme. baek last .visit with week after a his children in .Missouri and Nebraska. ' Iv. Jack- : . v- -' Charles Young is very ill. Sarah Bell Anderson is in a critical who enndition. frgrem, L. P. Ifeddings visited Mrs. Minerva Woodard Saturday and Sunday. f Morehead. A Hftcn In H "sitting her, in France nnd . I'm Jlrcm, Ashland, things I left behind ts ManhaJ .PergretE thinking, of the the things that nre ?jid ..writing of week. nuning through my mind. We've 'jJunttohV.Va dtUT trenches nnd clean-:Hv- c flvJ1"' jvriwKSccoropa- tniles of grounjj and if there steryiatf Sf rar is ininner idnco this side of hell imfound. But there is it ivTfr tfiiJmation, gather closely LTrVfle ftrifftThcn we die we 'am bound v. i,. a '.m- iIt i....?: .is is able 13 bel :vi-it- ed " Davi.-fresday vi-it- ed s-. bii-iiu- ffiTS PLANNED tckers Confei With Repre-ooAdministration and mrtment and Adopt of Regulation. L the Pood Ailmlnlstratlnn since Its fnmula- UKrieultural industry on occasions 1.' it dustry, on October 'Jl there wns Live Stock Kiilieoiuiiilttee of the ns the special ineiiiliers reireseiitlng llie swine Agrieulli... wk.... . . iiulu-tr- y to consider the Mtunlloi In the hog market. 'Tim mferenee lasted for tirre days, mid during this time met with the . .eking llrms participating In foreign executive committee of the I' orders niliers of the Food Administration directing for pork products mid will f d doing business nt the town of Owingsville, County of Bath, Sti lucky at the clos'e of business on 15 dny of November, 1U18. j RESOURCES Loan" and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cnsh on hand Checks nnd other cash items ........... Banking House, Furniture nnd Fix tnres Olhcr Assetts not included under nnv of above heads ....Total.. ! ;., V 3; .G81,58v ,..$80,000.00- ..20,000.00 A V&iet&W Value inofBt&l Tenor i-- tlon of I1111 convef I' o. LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cnsh Surplus Fund Undivided l'rofits. less expenses nnd Deposits subjeet to check Cashier's checks outstanding Duo Banks nnd Trust Companies Keserve for taxes Other Liabilities not included under .' . taxes paid .:r4."i,022.(l4 1SV211.1!) $ IID.III) f vi-it- ed 'PL . i v.- Report of the condition of In view of the undertakings on the part of the Food Administration with FARMERS TRUST COMPANY regard to the purchases of pork products, covered In the at- floing business at the town of Owings ville. County of Bath, State of Kentached. It Is agreed that the packers participating in these orders will un- tucky nt the close of business on lft, day of November, 1018. dertake not to purchase hogs for less - RESOURCES than the following agreed mlnlmums for the month of November, that Is a Loans and Dseounts 25,110.22 dally minimum of $17.00 per hundred Stocks, Bonds nnd other Securities 2,500.00 pounds on average of packers droves, Due from Banks 0,578.01 excluding throw-outs- . "Throw-outs- " 3.448.75 to be !cll mil as pigs under I"0 Other Heal Hit ate ..Total., $37,043.53 pounds, stags, boars, thin sows and skips. Further that no hogs of nny LIABILITIES kind shall be bought, except throw-outat less than SlG.r0 per hundred Capital Stock paid in in cash $20,000.00 pounds. Tho average of packers' 2,000.00 .. droves to be construed as tho average Surplus Fund 1,750.46 of the total sales in the market of all Undivided Profits, less expenses nnd taxes paid hogs for a given dny. All the above Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads 13,884.12 to be based on Chicago. $37,043.58 ....Total.... We agree that a committee shall he STATE OF KENTUCKY nppolnted by the Food Administration to check the dally operations In the COUNTY OF BATH various markets with n view to supervision nnd demonstration of the carryWc, J. B. (Joodpastcr and .1. J. La ey, Pre.-dcnnd Cashier of the above ing out of the above. named Bank, do solemnly swear thnt the above statement is true to the The ability of the packers to carry jbost of our knowledge and belief. out this arrangement will depend on J. B. GOODPASTER President there being a normal marketing of . J. d, LACY, Cashier. hogs based upon the proportionate InSubscribed and sworn to before hie this 20th day of Novembery 1018. crease over tho receipts of hist year. My Commission expires May ,20, J922 E. L, BYRON, Notary Public. The Increase In production appears to be a maximum of about 15 per cent nnd we can handle such an Increase. If the producers of hogs should, ns Livestock Subcommittee of the Agri- 'questions he would postpone nsking Hoard, together j until he got home, and tells his moth-- I they have In the past few weeks, pre- cultural Advisory maturely market hogs in such increas- with special swine members nnd tho er to take care of herself and not to representatives of the packers, to Iming numbers over the above It Is enworry about hmi, saying there is not tirely beyond the ability of the pack- prove the present unsatisfactory situ, j a day he does not think of home nnd to maintain these mlnlmums, nnd nt Ion, which has unfortunately resulters ed because of the Injection of uncon home folks and wonders what they therefore we must hae the are all doing. of the producer himself to main- trollable factors. We astc the producer to (In the casualty list of Sunday's tain these results. It Is n physical Impossibility for the capacity of the with us in a most dltllctilt task. papers the name of Corbie Ellington The members of the Conference was packing houses to handle n similar atrjng those killed in battle. The of hogs nnd to find a market were : letter to his mother was written Sept. Producers II. Stuart, Elk Garfor the output The packers nre anx.) den, Vn., Chnlrmnn Agricultural Ad with the producers ious to visory Board: W. M. McFndrteii. Cbl In maintaining a stabilization of price Kentucky Crop Report. nnd to see thnt producers receive a cago. III.; A. Sykcs, Ida Grove, In.; John M. Kvvnrd. Ames. In.; J. II. MerThe November report says crop;, fair price for their products. cer, Live Stock Commission for Kan have turned out fnirty well. About (Signed) THOS. K. WILSON, sas; J. G. Brown, Mimon, Ind.; E. C. 4 per cent of the corn crop of 1917 Chairman Packers' Committee. Brown, President Chicago Livestock is still in the fanners' hands, while plan embodied above was adoptThe Exchange; N. II. Gentry, Scdalla, Mo.; by the conference. ed throughout the United States the John Grnttnn Broomlleld, Colo.; En The Food Administrator hns nppolntgene Funk, Bloomlngton, III.; Isaac percentage still is a.trille less than ed a committee, comprising Sir. ThomAberdeen, S. I).; C. W. Hunt, 4 per cent'. as E. Wilson, chairman of the Pack- Lincoln. la.; Iogan. Com is expected to yield 2G bushC E. Yancey, W. It, Dod ers' Committee; Mr. Everett Brown, son. els to the acre, or a total of president of the Chicago Livestock Food Administration Herbert Hoo bushels us compared to Major Hoy of the rood Adlast year. The crop for the ministration, Mr. Louis D. Hall f tho ver. F. S. Snyder, Major 11 U Boy, G, II. Powell. Bureau of Markots, to undertake the United States this year is about Department of Agriculture Louis supervision of the execution the compared to 3,159,494 D. Hall. F. It. Marshall. plan In the vnrlous markets. CommisThe packers present and others bushels last year. In sion men are asked to Tobacco will probably yeild carrying out the plan embodied In Ihe sharing In foreign orders were repre pounds in . Kentucky this agreement It must be evi- sented by the elected packers commipackers' vcar as compared to 420,600,000 dent thnt offers hy commission men to ttee. Those represented were: Packers Armour & Co., Chicago, pounds last yenr. The yield for the sell hogs below the minimum established above Is nnt fair, either to the III.; Cr lahy Packing Co., Chicago. III.: United, States this year is. estimated producer or the participating packers. Morris & Co.. Chicago, III.; Swirt . nt 1,200,033,000 ;pound.-- s this- year ns Mr. Brown has undertaken on behalf Co.. Chicago, III. ; Wilson & Co.. Chica- compared, to ,196j451,000 i pounds ot the commission men In the United go, III.; John Agar Co.. Chicago. 111.; States that they will loyally support Armstrong Packing Co., Dallas. Tex.; last year. Irish potatoes this year will yield Boyd Dunham & Co., Chicago. HI.; the plaft. Brennan Packing Co.. Chicago, III, only about 4,290,000 bushels as com. Is believed by the conference that It this new plan, based as It Is upon a Cincinnati Abattoir Co.. Cincinnati, pared to 0,720,000 last year. The O. ; Cleveland Provisions Co.. Cleve crop for the United States is estipositive minimum basis, will bring batland, O.; Cudahy Bros. Co., Cudnliy, mated at 339,912,000 ns compared to ter results to the producer than average prices for the month. It does not Wis.: J. Dold Packing Co.. Buffalo. JJ. 142,530,000 bushels last year. limit top prices and shouM narrow Y.; Dunleyy Packing Co., Pittsburg, It is estimated that 2,820,000 galPa.; J. n.,Dccker & Sons. Mason City. the itnrglas necessary to coentry buylons 'of sorghum' Syrup is being made ers ir more variable mark-elk- . It Is In.; Eviinsvillc Packing Co., Evans-villInd.; East Side Packing Co East In Kentucky this year as compared believed thnt the plan should work out St Louis, III.: Hammond Standlsh & to 3,150,000 gnllons last year. close to $13 average. & Swtke producers of the country will Co.. Detroit. Mich.: G. A. Hormel iV Austin, Minn.; Home Packing contribute to their own Interest by Co., Co., Terre Haute. Ind.: Independ- Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured not flooding the market, for It must be Ice by local aDDllCltlOEl. & thv rrnnnnt r.rt, evident that If an cxeesslve over per- ent Packing Co., Chicago, III.: Indianthe dlieaaeU portion of ttia tar. There apolis Abattoir Co., Indlnnapnlis. Ind.; only one way to curb catarrhal drurners.U centage of hogs Is marketed In any uu mm or International Provision Co.. Brooklyn. Catarrhal Dratnesau consiiruuonalby remeuy. one month price stabilization and conla caused an Inof mucous trol cahoot succeed, nnd It Is certain N. Y.; Interstitte Packing Co.. Winona, flamed condition Tub.tho When thisllnlnr la Eustachian tubs Minn.; Iowa Packing Co., Des Moines, the inuameu you nave a rumouna; aounJ or Imthat producers themselves can contriperfect hearing;, and wiien It Is entirely bute materially to the efforts of tho la.; Powers Begg Co.. Jacksonville, closed. Deafnesa Is the Kingnn & Co.. Inilianuixills, Ind.; Inflammation can be the result.andUnless tule HI.: reduced this conference If they will dotlielr mark . Ha hell. . restored to Its hearing Krcy Packing Co., St Louis. Mo.; Lake will be destroyed normal condition, cases ot eting In a normal a way as possible. forever. Many buIlt a hundred 'Wtd'cns - deafness are caused ; is wlerof Tho whine situation as existing at Erie Provision Co., Cleveland, O. Uiy- an inflamed condition by catarrh, whichsurof the mucoua "u ricnds.Jjere from V" Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru present demands a frank and explicit ton Co., Milwnukee. Wis. ; Oscar Mayer faces.blood on the mucoua the aurfacea of the & Bro., Sedgwick and Beethoven system. assurance from the coaferees repreWe will we've sented namely, that every possible streets. Chicago. 111.; J. T. McMillan any case of rive One Hundred Dollars for 'I sister Lileie, of - unjl ftaned camp Ibtrines, rolled a Catarrhal Deafness that effort will be made to maintain a live Co., St. Paul, Minn.; .Miller & Hart be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.cannot Cirguests of thcir- waslied h million dishe nnd cular! tree. All Drurrlsts. 75c. hog price commensurate with swine Chicago. 111.; J. Morrell & Co., Ottum-wmillion spuds, we've rolled 'a .million F. J. CHENEY A CO, Toledo. O. la. ; Nuckolls Packing Co., Pueblo, production costs and reasonable sellis visiting Wanket rolfs. find washed as many ing values In execution of the declar- Colo.; Ogden Packing nnd Provision duds. The number bl parades we've Co., Ogden, Utah; Ohio Provision Co., Hart and wife, ed policy of the Food Administration CONSTIPATION .dolph Jackson has been stood wp'uld he most hard to tell, to use every agency In Its control to Cleveland, O.; Parker Webb & Co, Deparado in heaven boy troit, Mich.: Pittsburg Packing and secure Justice to the farmer. .Wonia, but is some bef--J but wc for we've had unr hitch in hell, The stabilization methods ndopted Provision Co., Pittsburg. Pa.: Bath -- We've for November represent the best ef- Packing Co., Waterloo, la.; Boberts & hoi Soar Stomach Caised Thii 'k3d a sthousand rattle fom, of 'ftjsf 'Virginia, forts of the conference, concurred In Oake, Chicago, III.; Itohe & l'.rc.. New havjy. fried to stear our Lady Much Suffering. Black-Draug-ht lit vf bfs' grandnaJTMrte nakes that' by the Food Administration and the York City; W. C. Bouth Sc Co., Lognns-por- t, mosqnitos t aalwife Satufijihd. carts' oqa .snooK Ind.; St Louis Ind. Packing Co.. Relieved. march-a;3r(jd- v ti&ffif our sarmy sockS, we've St Louis, Mo.; Sinclair & Co., T. JL GREAT MID-WINTFARM FESTIVAL thousand miles and Cedar Rapids, la.; Tulllvan & Co., D.s aaBoiiss Meadorsville, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Patuii A ttkoufstr.3 camps and wo've Provision troit, Mich.; Theurer-NortofisMy-2Charles rick, of this place, writes: "I wai 'thfrisi out of our Co., Cleveland, O.; Wilson Provision cSprisg Saturday V' All Parts of Kentucky to Assemble At Co., Peoria, 111.; Western Packing nnd very constipated. I had sour stomach JarufTnntfi'V bdt whtftjour mission's The Best Farfnej-sJj-Provision Co.. Chicago, 111.; Chnrlsi and was so uncomfortable. I went to tell cnthst our menus xifljjton, January 28 the doctor. He gave me some pills. Wolff Packing Co., Topcka, Kan. wHc'they dierthey wen to hcovei, " They weakened me and seemed to :ity they had their hitch in hell. for The vnrlous organizations Tbo most successful and progressive tear up my digestion. They would From Soldier Boys Ias& Cooper, of ''near When the pine tops are swmjlled men In nil lines of business have their with each other, holding their annual gripe me and afterwards It seemed g, is 'the guest of her jnf will parade the golden ftnirs associations or other organizations conventions at tho same place and all C. B. Ellington writing to his I was more constipated than before. which meet periodically to discuss 7v Burgess' .Kissick and- - tlen we will hear St. Peter tell us topics relumed to their common wel- during the samo" week. This general mother Mrs. Kate Ellington, of Yale, I heard of and demeeting ot tho Kentutky fanners and loudly with n yell take affront scat fare. Farmers nre no exception Yo tells her it is the first opportunity he cided to try it. I found It just what 1 L'olliyer is visiting' in heaven hoys for you, have hnd Uils rule for they havo learned that y.t breeders takes place every winter at had had to write her for some time, seeded. It was an easy laxative, and - ' ar Plains. your hitch in hell. Pvt. Obcrt is o uieir uuvuuuigo 10 nue iticui, the Agricultural College of the Uni as they had been chasing the Boche. not bad to swallow. Sly digestion soon county, state and national organlztir versity of Kentucky nnd is nttended " .Pickrell and wife, a Stephens, Co. A. 1st Pioneer Inf. . The first morning wo went over the Improved. I got well of the sour stomtlons which have accomplished ninny not only by the membership of the looking to the betterment of ull.S sociutlons themselves, but also bynenr- - top we ndvanced several miles and ach, my kowels soon seemed normal, In Kentucky, the leading farmers ty nil of the best farmers In the State, took many prisoners. They would no more griping, and I would take a f"ey Royse and wife,.ZArthur Ratliff, son of Robert Rat- and breeders have more or less natur- ft Many of these organizations, such as Jliff, wrii 4- dose now and then, and was In good come out of their dugouts and ev.i ally fallen into groups, according to u iooc,a crowa line the i tney specialmost of funning. In which Icompel uive snows 111 ineir proiiucis. ery place imaginable with both hand.--u- shape. news ,thnt the. wariiwns over. He farm festival are This. great I cannot say too much for Black. interested. crying' Kainernd, Kamerad. Could Among these organliitlops the" fol- has been set to meet on January 28, write more on this ,'l n and wife havq ry-- l didn't ?Ieep nny the night the news subject hilt will Draught tor It Is the finest laxative Ixington accompanied I waa reeeired for every time any one lowing stand out prominently: Ken- SO, ;'() and .'list, ut Lexington, and In wait till I come home nnd then tel one can use." Growers' Atsoclntlon, Ken- il'iite of the war conditions promises Thedford's kick the tucky Corn has foi Jlrs. Guy Morgan, of (went to bed" the boys tucky Sheep Breeders'i Association, ta be the largest gathering since tills yon about going over theh top. Kopi many years been found of great value i uuiik over ana 7W11 mm i oi oeu State Horticultural SoclCy, Kentucky iiovement began eight years ago, as your trip down below did you good In the treatment ot stomach, liver an-if.Mrs. Kora Newman land "I never bed such cheerHig"ih I Alfalfa Growers' Association, Ken- - runners have long since lenrned that you shoudl visit around nior than bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle V.. tiiM.-- Itntrv Oiittln f'hili TTnru .Turk tjiey can scarcely afford to miss It j were, brought to the iny lift I anj After inquiring1 about nianj and reliable in Its action, leaving no . Each fanners' organization will have you do. U"1 Mu,e Teeners' Association, bad (the Kair, Js?? HI B. Lynnm It has won the nralse icle ts owii program and the professors of relatives and friends young Ellingtuci;y poultry Growers. Association jf thousands of people who have used Cov '11 and interred 111 ,'u. at Cafl?" land, .in the and the Kentucky Beekeepers' Asso- - the. Agricultural College will assist ton said there were a great many th lectures and demonstrations. elation. eaetery Tuesday. Do- - nfcanic. 11 i:t-tes, vi-it- ed nt n, vi-it- ed k over-flood ' h-- two-mont- it j 'tPi UJ ' wifl-aio- t rence I The entire marketing sltiatton has fa changed since the Septeiiher Joint conference as to necessitate in entire Iteration in the plan of pitce The current peace Uilk has .V irmed the holders of com, mil there li. 1 been n price decline of 'rem cei-.to AO cents per bushel. The fact thn. tbe accumulations of rnm In the Argentine and Saudi Africa would, upon the advent of peace nnd liberated shipping, become availad ble to the Kiiropcnn market Ins a great deal of npprehcnJon on the part of corn holders. This decline has tprend fear mjng sxvliie growers slmlliiMductlon In the prices that of hogi woytd naturally follow. Moreover, the lower range of corn prices rawould. If Incorporated In n tio, obviously result In a continuously falling price for live hogs. In view of these changed conditions many anticipated lower swine producers prices and as a result rushed tbclr hogs to market In large numbers and this overshlpment hns added to and aggravated the decline. j The Information of the Depnrtme-iof Agriculture Indicates thiJ the supout 8 per ply of bogs cre:iscu cent. whlle'''t. jlghest unolllclnl estimate does not exceed 15 per cent. In creased production over last year. Oi the other hand, the arrival of hogs during the li.st three weeks tn- - the seven great markets has been -- 7 per cent more than Inst year, during the period, demonstrn'.Inn corresponding tho unusual!' henvy marketing of tho avallublo supply. In the face of the excessive receipts some. packers have not maintained the price agreed Inst On the other hand, many month. of the packers have paid over the price offered to them In an endeavor to maintain the agreed price. The result In any event has been a failure to maintain the October price basis determined upon at the September and undertaken by the packers. Another factor contributing to tho break tn prices during the month hns been the iiilluen7Ji epidemic; It has sharply cur s'Med consumption of iemporar!ly de nork nroducts creased the I11I.01 - .1..' of the packers about 25 per cent. Tho exports f vo.ixiO.tKX) pounds ctober conv of pork produc 000 pounds pared with abom and the October a J"- -' tho Food export orders plat .T, amount Administration for . ns contrast-export- s to 170,000.000 ponnii of the lesser ed with flsoonoon for November. 1017. The Increased demands of the allies are continuing, nnd are In themselves proof of the necessity for the large production for which the Food Administration asked. The Incrensc In export demands appears to be nmply 6ufflcient to tcko up the Increase In hog productljn, but unfavorable market conditions existing In October afford no fnlr Index of the aggregate supply and demand. It must be evident Jhat the enormous shortage In fats In the Central Empires nnd neutral countries would Immediately npon peace result In additional demands for pork products, which, on top of Uie heavy shipments to the Allies, would tend materlolly to Increase the American exports. Inasmuch as no considerable resevolr of supplies exists outside of the United States. It seems probable thyt the present prospective supplies wojld be Inadequate to meet this world demnnrt with the return to peace. So far as It Is possible to Interpret this fact. It appears that there should oe evtn a stronger demand for pork products after the war, and therefore nny alarm of hog producers as to the effect of peace Is unwarranted by the outlook. In tlio light of these circumstances It Is the conclusion of the conference that nttempts to hold the price of hogs to the price of corn may work out to tho disadvantage of pork producers. It Is the conclusion thnt nny Interpretation of the formula should be a broad gauged policy npplled over n long period. It Is the opinion of the conference that In substitution ot the previous plans of stabilization the Live Stock Subcommittee of the Agricultural Advisory Board, together with the specially Invited swine representatives, should accept tho Invitation of the Food Administration to Join with the Administration and 'the packers In determining the prices :at which controlled export orders are to be placed. This will lie regularly done. The Influence of these orders will be directed to the maintenance of the common namely, the stabilization .of the rice of live hogs' so as to secure as far i it Is possible, fair returns to the 1 stnbl-liuitios ed cre-nte. in . ob-e- ct ER foreign pork purchases. ' The conclusions ot Ihe - any of nbove. heads were ns follows: producer nnd the Insurance of an e future supply. STATE OF KENTUCKY These foreign orders are placed upon the linsis of cost of hogs to the COUNTY OF BATH packers. We, .1. 1!. Goodpaster and .1. .1. La ey, President nnd Cashier of the As the result of long negotiations above named Bank, do solemnly swe ar that the above statement is true between this body and the Packers best of our knowledge and he lief. Committee, representing the 47, tcj .V) to the J. B. 000DPASTKK, President. packers participating In foreign orJ. .1. LACY, Cashier, ders, together with the Allied buyers, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1018. all under the Chairmanship of the Food Administration, the following unK. L. NVHOX, Notary Public. My Commission Kxpires May 20, 1022 dertaking has been given by the packndo-qual- ....545,022.04 15,041.1.1 1,158.84 555.00 .f(i81,5S8.20 Why Compare ccf L Coal Profits? (J- - ers: Swift & Company has frequently slhted that its profit on beef averages only of a cent a pound, and hence has practically no effect on the price. Comparison has been made by the Federal Trade Commission of this profit with the profit on coal, and it has pointed out that anthracite coal operators are content with a profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef profit of of a cent a pound means one-fou- rth one-fourth a profit of $5.00 a ton. The comparison does not point out that anthracite coal at the seaboard is worth at wholesale about $7.00 a ton, Whereas a ton of beef of fair quality is worth about $400.00 wholesale. To carry the comparison further, the 25 cent profit on coal is 3' per cent of the $7.00 value. The $5.00 profit on beef is only 1 per cent of the $400.00 value. The profit has little effect on price in either case, but has less effect on the price of beef than on the price of coaL Coal may be stored in the open air indefinitely; beef must be kept in expensive coolers because it is highly perishable and must be refrigerated. Coalis handled by the carload or ton; beef is deliv- r ered to retailers by the pound or hundred weight Methods, of handling are vastly different- - Coalis handled in open' cars; beef must be shipped in refrigerator cars atiaaeYeo temperature. Fairness to the public, fairness to Swift & Company, fairness to the packing industry, demands that these indisputable facts be considered. It is impossible to disprove Swift & Company's statement, that its profits on beef are so small as to have practically no effect on prices. ! Ik Swift & Company, U. S. A. L a , ' saBssaBSEjsssMCHSajapH"aBW 17.-Ed- SDSJsXSBBManaav 101,-000,0- 122,-S50.0- 3SS,-17S,0- - a, A New and Good Thing Mt. Sterling can boast o having the best nnd perhaps the only 3ia rtunnlliun n high grade hand made saddle manufacturers in the State. John annouccs that Tom Salmos, who has worked in Owingsville for a number of years, is now associated with him in the manufacture of high grade saddles and harness in this city. J. R. Salmons will now be in a better position to deliver hand made work at an appointed time to his increasing trade. When in Mt. Sterling give these gentlemen a call ad you will readily see why this business is steadily growing. Only hand work and the best materials used. war.--gentl- y Black-Draug- Bath county friends are especially urged to vbit us when in Mt. Sterling. V J. R- - SALMONS. 4 p mid-wint- JOHN Black-Draug- WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. 'a-i- d Vji V v i? Kcn-yy:- a. Liberal oitortrnrnt and full value paid for after-effect- ,FURS 1 NC-13- Hides and Beat SUM Trlclex PhonoaraDh. Ti Increase the volBsaepf soacA rom a phonograph a Parisian ha-- j Vented an Instrument that win i'-- . i t nrpo Krnma simmaneooaij. j i in X v