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V f 1 "I w FRRNCMTmCA' miiKs r iitjiai it&unu mo warring factors. Tills nrnn , producer, who in tho gcnoralv mclce . pe doctor do anything lo aur recovery?" Iertalnljr did; told mo ho g to chijfrge mo ?5 a visit." 2 Adviser of Upper Kody. Itcport manages to got at least a portion TBe nme df lhe fo,lwlng bora Treaty Is Valid In Every ,of his share of tho proceeds, have bcen rPrted to us as having - tii.-'-" ' ..... .... . ..... .1 - . roturnnri from annfon no........ rii'aso Germany Still In Peril Tlmo was when one could drivo turnod fm service overseas. .Into tho country and pick up a in,s "" wm D0 aaaea ,0 ns fMt as load of farm products at n material tho nnmcs nro sent ,n' Sond yur saving Ivor what was exacted for fon or rolavos name as ho should I Washington, Sept. 2. Thoro aro them In town. Wwellers In urban bo ,n tho honor ro,,: Tuoso aub so constitutional obstacles to tho communities were proper objects of making of the treaty fbr 'defenso envy on tho part of les fortunato noi I'll linn . .... ... so cnnstltiltlnn.il nlmtnolnn In Mm rnmtnitnlHnu wnrn nmn. nKio. mittCU are: " w.-t.i . it. x ... Vl .. .. ..... Hohorf TT! Proa ir's clothes." It brag .of your luck. 1'vo of France. s proposed by Prescient cltyltcs. Now all Is changed. Tho i wear Ivory Lynch Chester Foster Clifford R. Maddox Simon Smith Hoover Noel Wesllo Daniel my ycar-beforc-last s ". ucconung io n report uy a man wno scoks to stretch tho un- , "peuiui suu-commiiico oi juuiciary uorsizcu uouar in tnis manner Is Committee of tho United States given tho opportunity of paying tho o fellows have no hearts," Sonata. farmer, at his own gate, tho sama Irnhin In Vila nhnni on tUnn ThIS IS tllfi COmmlttpO WhlCll flit, nrlrn llO tvnilffl lin notrn.l In Imnn tartlng out for the day's V,8CS tho Senato on legal and con- If tho customer raises ever so Jfor,iert Wc(ld,nB "Vva hoon fniiini iinf stltutlonaL questions. Tho treaty silent a nuBtlnn. thn iiniiv nowann- Carlisle Williams " ...... .. ..- ,- ...L.... .... ........ . . .. . .. " Ttav UarroU m so dead broke that I havo ,H ""- ono uer wnicn. tno united per is "Drought out, and the mar- r . . .. . m-.... .--, .. . ......... . . "nnmna wnr leep outdoors." Didn't that i":s, piuuge usiju io go io mo kcis in tno nearest big center aro him?" said the chum. "No: support of Franco In tho event of quoted. If tho paper of that day . d me he was doln" tho samo an unprovoked attack by Germany. flr the one Just previous is not 0 and had to pay the doctor Furthcrmorc.t the commlttco de- available tho telephone puts tho lllng him to do it." Clares i that though .Germany Is producer in touch with a dealer In , beater, foiuthe present I'nothlnK. .town.. who furnishes the current ti ring a brawl In Chicago an but forco ,s "kc'y t0 restrain her gures. There Is no haggling, it " hn D Autr nan ent nnVml In thn ova wlfh from seeking world domlnatiin at is a caso of ta1o or leave, for thnrn Elton Wilson Ick, and he immediately start- the earllct opportunity," and adds wlll.be other purchasers, because Ben "?olnson mnAi mni.., i. that "ahIiIp from Rnelnnrl. nn roiint Mm nrn.luoni. .i. lnno-o ..ffn.i AttrKO B. Faught r b o i iicu i & w 3" try "nder present conditions Is from the Isolation that existed ' "n9s a. crowuer :omo, now,' saldf the magls- mog rvj tally; interestqd inpreserv- prior o the coming of tho automb- ioscoo w.esterfleia , "you-don't really ibe'llevehe i'ngthe integrity of. France than is bile, tho motor ruck, good roads,' ,osal Park , . ."'.-... , -.... . . . J? & : . .1 ... Drvllln MoKlnnnv t to nut'vnnr nvfl-nni?'! ' v -.. rnir uwuiv v . ee '. rural iree unlivery, tun cinuv num. ---iv ' . - - -. . . -- . .... VT t , r i X5"' J11!!)' Thomas Hopper David Wilson -John Jackson- -Carlisle P, Williams Dowey Alf'ord John B. Hazellp 0, 1 don't," said the Celt, "but believe ho tried to put It far- fh." Crawford Yolir friend, the af- V Text of Itcport The text of tho subcommittee's freport on these points follows paper and other agencies of like ' value to him. ' I P 1 Your agriculturist can quote the Raymond! AIcKlnney Sidney WJUiams Russell Pitio 2 "It is evident that Germany In market prices of tho day beforp (Andw Glenn i. .nni ,.,- i..i n n.innii.ai -.. . . -. . . .. ''. Claude Dumar Claude Barnard George Williams the recent war aimed at crlppllngfin every largo center in his part Idlnner nnenknr. nnvn hn'a lnnlner and the destruction of France, Our of tha country with a fncultv that v . '.(1. .. . l .t ...- .t.L .. .' . . 1 . Hnih TTnmlnt grip, wnat makes nim think ny- uur couuiry enieruu jiuo uia would 1 maKc U commission mcr- ' t - --,"" 1 war on the primary and technical chant envious"., 'Ami' he gets thoso WiUJam C, Knott Krabshaw Tho papers used to grounds that Germany had Invad- prices. Ho is his own! middleman Anm' uurcn I . 1., . . ,u.. -.i--,.-.i ., i .1. j IT. . . .. Slilnnv Wllllnnia port ins speecnes oy saying, "tio eu, uuutu aim yumy uranoj ana retauer wnenit comessto aeai- J ' ' ' v; Hit In norl " nnf nn tYia-o tnanilnn OUT mill 111 firm Oil the lllcll aeaS. and Imr iU1i tho In.llvlliml I I i I GllUIOrO KCOWll .- ... ,.-.., -v .. ..., ...v - --- " - " -. " . .. .., . 1 among t,hoso who "also pokes." nan sougnt 10 sever our commer-, in comnion with everybody ol-.o, ' ' ' 'ikl.l lMAMMm.An ...111. Itnllt D..HAM .... .'... - A .. -. . .. ti . .. ... 1.1.11 iiucimuiau .Tim mini 'ii" inn prooucer 01 ioousiunsk is u- ,11 I ' "Were any of 'your boyish ambl- England, ns well as with other por- t'tlcd to all he cdn get for ltjs ions 'over realized?" asked hntimentalist tho tlons of Europe. .Asarcs. But tho facts, in the caso.1 1 ''The menace camo from. Ger- which can easily bo established by . "Yes," said the practical person, many and It was n continuing men- anyone who has any. doib'ts, give , Wheh-Tny -mother ed.to cut my ace. To removo that menace, both r)Se to tho belief that 'as il acalnht . air I often wished I mlglit be "for the present and ho future, it the ultimate consumer thofproduc- ald-hndcd.' 1 became necessary for our country or "is- not na sorely onnroSsed a j!f to co-operato with France, as well some of his class would haveUGf --urca, JMiecJer ,- i 1 Hugh IlauUott Pljestcr, Kcown Russell ,PIrtle Bert R. Barnard Ben Turner 1 4 rSl 1 1 -Roy;Bqnnctt -,yi Vernon Whaler Alvey (Petty , , , , , , Noah Lee Itowe ,,(. ' u ii '.1 Vernon Wheeler natav. an old colored cook, was as England, In the great struggle. hoHovn. Alsn..tha sve'rv facilities I moaning around Uie Tdtchen ono (Without their aid we could not by" for keeping in touch 'with the out- Alvln B'ron Porter ..-.. . ... . ... .,.... . ..... ...ni.,nn !.,. .,".. ii,,i -i .. ... .... . ' ,..., Lewis Bozarth I Way, when her mistress asked If sho ourselves have vanquished- Ger- Bide world that have emancipated owis iiozai weroMU. ' any. It was,, moreover, ovld'ent the 'agrlculturHt-rcnderAt Just that m Jwnps Tato "N7?, ma'am, ndt 'zactly," said that If France and England were- nmch harder for the jvage'-earner Alva Wa(le L. . - . ... ., . , 1....1.. 1 t-.t ...... ). Rufuq T.nsh Iwrro Betsy. "But the fac' Is, I don't destroyed or seriously cnppiqti, t0 mnke both ends meet I feel ambition 'nough to git outer Germany would havo a free hand my own way." against our country and our com- MEX IN AMERICAN UNIFORM 'merce and wo would be to a great- HOLD UP PARISAX RAR "How modestly sho. dresses and or or less extent at her mercy how sensibly! " '" "wntie uermany nas oeen van- Paris, August, 30. Six men "Yes; that woman 'will a do any- qulshed, she li still, by reason of wearing tho American nayy unl- , thing to attract attenflon.'. her great resources, her large popu- forms carried out .1 specacular 1""" "' latlon and her military and Im- holdup last night in a bar room "Tho verra best music I offer porlalistlc spirit, liable to bo a run by a famous French clown, heard what-effer was doun at Jam- menace In the future, for nothing Footlt, on Montaigne street. Tho ie MacLaughlan's," said tho piper, but force is likely to restrain her nien entered tho bar and live of "There was 15 o! us "pipers" in tho from becking world dominion at them lined up the customers wee back parlor, all Tlayin'-dlffonot the earliest opportunity. Compar- against tho walls and rilled their ' chunes. I thpchti I 'wassJflpaUn' ed with France, her 'lossesrln-har.pocketo. Maar.wjilla the other 'in heevin." ' war were moderate, v '...- Inen rilled the tilltakTng 10.00JT ' ' French Losses GrenleHt'' francs, Footifs watch and diamond I,.rjince,,withi a population of ring. Footit broko a bottle over ffIia HMlu mora tllnn Itnlf nl na.mnnr ....' t i . n.. ..... n ...lnH ...I.m ! .....- ...w.v. .". . . X.W...W..J, uiu 11UUI1 Ul UliU 111UI.IUIICA 1IU, An o1d.negra.preacherwaaJutro rducing a white preacher, gwhlte preacher, had offered to V)st In killed over l,200.000T'of hiCfhoVvevcr, apparently was not i-preaph a sermon fop the colored pipulatlon and in 'crlpplell "anH jure25"Vfho. mejl'" escaped. ' 'brother, a'nd , in" "introducing the wounded more thantwicewtliat' t ". ' 7 ffind enoughdJcctiVesiwith and tha fjwn fjnot Rwh! One-fifth of her territory ini)KSi4i!Ml FROM that the most valuable j)artf , f 92.50 TO $2.-'KAUI which to uraise theTvisltor. "'"Dis was devastaed and reduced to 5 a! V, If r jr , Bir -ncted oreacher." , said the our negro wilderness by German armies. Sho Winchester. Kan.. Aueustl 30.-f P. .. At .!. 1lf .-t -lASi.t AlM ltl.n.M.1 n Jl.l c. lr.wnA ... ..l.. .. . . .... . . . ! l.!?J Kio ns iiiuck, is uiiu-ui iuu&rem.- ...u.ic.i uout ou imso a iu nuuiii 'i-no lOWjy COW null In inuj gopq Lest iireachers of de age'. Hotknowav'er credit to (he utmost and to old days'' used to brine tho farmer - Rufus Lashbrooks Cecil Brown John Phlpps Robert Archlo Plummtr James E. Plummer Mack Forman Elijah Daniel Herbert Lynch , Briscoo Whlto Daud Lesllo Hurt , John Smithsoa -( Wayno Payton , ' ParVin Johnston Grover Tilford Jesse Ashford Willie English Hubert Stevens ,. IJelbert L. Barnard ! Roma Balze, jg. Seth Rjley, . , , 1 rtllardln Riley :il i Everette Uallard Ray Hawkins ii 'Stillyo Mason Eck. Bozarth f ' -ot if- Oswald Uocker ' Ross Taylor t Delbort- Barnard Davinettes! 117E have the greatest line of Davinettes ever on display in Owensboro, Kv in mahogany and oak finishes. Uphol stered in black and tan leathers. &e Prrices Rang' From $37.50 to $55.00 Westerfield Furniture Co. (Incorporated.) We Big Stoif With the little Prices. i IHtWVwWwWWWWWWM I V -A 1 ' at, '''VViv. 1 1. c 5de unknowable, ho kin do do un- make It a most serious problem 'to about $2.50, when he sold it after- Albert D- Rowo I doable, and he .can onscrew Jdo liquidate tho same. , kljllng his own "beet." ji Herbert B Roach onscrutable!" In resources and In. man power Now a local 'dealer received gti MATFTPF'C rV I v , ( uermany is nuariy oouoie mat or offer of J45 cents a pound lor ills i Prinoner (to Jailer) Put me in France .and, if left free ami, nntramt hides greep a that on tlio rak Wcell No. 3S. I s - l-r moled, In tho unrepentant mood hero. This Is an average of $2il 1 Tnllnr Wliot tnrt ' ' l I ' she Kpmns n hn In. slin rnnlil 'ia )tin '.,r ..a- t.l.i!." "' . f Germany is nearly double that of offer it '45 cents a pound for his rack :.i 1 until I.....V .. . . ..--,...- . w ... lu ,aJ jIur num. , , Prisoner It'sv,the one sfather near future, easily overrun and When this became known thro - used' to have. ' ' 'r cripple, If not, jlestrqy, France, It ai a general rush to buy before r i A 1 ' 1 Is for tho Interest of our country n.n t..,.u mmtimr i,rn in nrlih I ( ' 1 t I ' . tllt..U .1 Md ....U..y. ...... W...J. ... ...vw. Fither You .lazy cub!; pon't that Franco should be dliowed td - -. J. 1 ? LI know that hard work plover recuperate and recover her old j , ' (1 111 'I ,' you Mdlls anybody VI. .... .. ., ill '' tinio vigor, ror suo ?iu t,npn no ;a lmi grnrintirAailir vJ Son Exact Jri(lad: Iwijit to Vol- great shield and protection to us KhE. tf I IllfllUl "untebr or something wla splcg against tno uorman menace tn tha , As an aid to robustnessthoisandp. Jill UttllKUi HI l . J, future. . ftlf ".KX1""??; u 1 upon thowanl3 use . A great .source of profitable commer-. 4 ... 'tma ' a k 0UUII 6LNIUIb!UII midnight oIl may havo helped ?oino; only I sold tho oil and let Tho subcommittee- rop irt adopts lother pqipiepurnvit.f n w i; He Jlen would like o Took on Cnj intercourse. women as angels. "Aside from England, no coun- sne uui not us recorumg ang- try under present conditions is . , . . ., m els. l.,.ll lntornota.l i ,,. icguwt d9 UUtR-URUli: vc I-. ,amiMid3,..Mi 'rf&.iMO tjSSSSf ' , 11 J.fl Ml.M... OM VQO J UUI11- Will U I II .WIIIIjr -1llltlllpcr.UUIH fri Fill t A" f 1 ffl0 fcl-.S t'io midnight oil?" Ise to do for Franco by tho propos- ri,L 13 Well," said Mr. Dustln Satx, Scott & Bowne, lilooaficld. X. J. ol j -1 .L n- . .-. i2J c1 ?W?Wn!ifW fcrou,ly ,0 buy Scott's Emuhhrn. TH iinnirrrnKir: - -- - . u . e. . j i . --', I Ji f. j r .mp. genqraj ,agumqn , ,yiii9ii , is rf Dearborn SayH oldLMari.'dolyonttU1'! '?J1)(,"'11 KfiJIpggAM(uiiso- (kriy who Is the inindrityjJeaderMinii.tai'Qt'ltiiW'.VorUj.PO ,i'iP ,C0IU Jtho housoL mltteo aro Senator Fall, Itfcpulilfcan I HensonliurfctU.ureDl Qn"ojvT-5lf Now Metlco. and Sonator lyerman. Jyou mean my hoube; but, to tollthqarHnu,, Democrat. . tho truth, I'm ashumeij to tylUyjou. - ' ir ! - -""V -iil-0 WC.iktt .MR. FARMER KNOWS : . IIIG. (JIJjjll VfiVif 'WCJW 1 d , 2$ . A THIXG PR ,WO INTERRKI) I.V ARLINGTON ' ' V ' " ' ' ' ' 'IiunbaBtlnS 'ih phoknrs. r.illliii Wnshlngtonr-Sept 2: 'rhe-body-Ttttho-middlomenr-Hiid-i'xooiiatlnK Rot Brig. Gon. J. Wordon Topo, U. tho rctullcis of foodstuffs Is tho .S. A., retired, who died In Denver genoral if not alwayn popular, Lwas brought horo for burial In Ar- pastime Jn thesa days of awossivo s Sip-buiKHng tit ;ar yo. mint a caiTB,iorra-r7 lanv 1 Cuui Curd Ii kujraci.cj u ttoii: pnn 0 jm iouvl7,UrtXtia ie itauinrf.i. it tt 'coail pi jt'iV'JH .-. -gTj zr fcflfl BuH Ji wec?iB&2.Mrrrt Wrrr.1, .1 ii..r'f.j.ir) ni 1 ) ro ii-i3 x. t n tonlbl plitnd.aT,Tliliuot i(untitnV If UllUt HalT.,flll IU GUId lic'i.i:cioti,J'Htr,UlnaWurm or any uthr tkla dlsae. 7io IIM .tin. VortHjilidibfirf M" I fungion comotery. uon. vopo was costs of eatlng-I And whllw. all th Jn native ICentucklap. having bCouiIrt,itnklngTiIatoaittenMon s tlUtr born In I.oulsvllloJunejC, l.Jt"ed from Lu flguro standlhg on Is act- tlw vllo was a veteran of ton years' In- thq scrappors and turning usldo to dlan fighting, 6 ftho Spanlsh-Amorl sldo lines and u)tornatoly cheerliirf can War and of tho Phllllpplno indulgo In a woll-warrantcd laugh at tho manner' in which ho Is moUo mm lilt I, It KIVIV ' ') ., VKI WW 'AAl . r Mfg. d Machins Go; r t campaign. T v Incorporated Founders9qd Waehinists. McHENRV, KV. Aatomoblle KepnirliiK n H'i'cln'V KOWAUU NELNON, Mg NATURE'S MIRROR When a woman is well and healthyrr there's ai sparkle in .her ,pycs, u rose tint in heiv checka, and she haa iich re'd, b 1 o 0 d. There's. t 'Hrvtlo imfijir. elastimtv in . .i--.,,..rf cverymovc-i ment jari ai spring in lier' stin. T.nvn comesxtpsevory woman who has' boundffigr'h'eUltihrr7but. whpiVshft is I pallidvdull eyed, languidjsho ha no magnetism nor docs she appeal to anymanrn'" - Such a change in feelings and looks! Afterfsufferlng pahifcellng nfir-t vous, uinjr;. weak and dragged down by! weaknesses of hereex ,'itli eyes sunken, black circles and ale cheeks such a wnmnn fa luickly restprcd to health by tho PavoritoProscriDtidnofDr.Piorr ChangM,?too, ihwlo0ks, .foV' after liking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- fcriptipn thoA skin1 bcconiQs cleaf , fie eyes' briehter. tho cm1.m. ilump:5Cif U purely vagotable CUIUU1113 no aicoiiol. tablets or j, Buffalo. rnai nnoU'ice, Gream-bnying Station- Open In Hartford, Ky. By tho Kentucky Creamtles, in connection with their Poultry tnd Egg business. Wo went to buy Cream, can pay you ono third moro on tho pound for Cream than you havo been getting for butter and you get out of the hard work of churning. Wo havo two receiving days In a week for Cream, every Tuesday and Friday, bring it either ono of the days of each week. Some people don't understand how to handle Cream, they think It must be sweet before wo will take It, forget that, it does not . hurt it ono bit to sour. Call our placo of business over" phone or in person and our manager will explain to you how you can 1 , '' ' , make money with lead work. ' ' ' ' . . t '1; KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated. Branch House Hartford Ky, ' L. T. RILEY, Mgr, United States' Feed administration license No. G-27704 iimnuuuuLLiL..ltt,nL1 ' m l'lA 111. fl T r tt VI I I' There ( Druggists t'll it in tab liquid. Send Dr. Pierce,' I Vv '- f " trial nnokiec, rftr3Pa AK'i HAIR BALSAM A toll.t prtptmioa ef mtrlt. Help, to eradicate dunjrul. For Relf artnv ImTa nA BMulyloGrrorFdedllaIr. Is One Dbor ".-, that always opens, to the ,road of '-. ''prosperity and' ' wealth. You will fine! at tie ' frprit door of ,. . our bank.,!; W,h'y not open it jJ' today? 'n C Bank Jof Hartfor Hartford, Ky. , 1 ! 1 iv naaio'iaiDrnirrl.tt. viivwyyvvvvvvvvvvvvv k 'VWWV I --llllf 'C '" i'i 1 ri)n .ii.