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DO BETTER. GIVE US A TRIAL. BE CONVINCED THE BALL OPTICAL COMPANY If You Want Quality. Accuracy and Service We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist" 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL Louisville, Ky. THIS KENTUCKY WOMAN COMES OUT FOR TANLAC Says It Helped Her Before She Had Taken More Than Half a Bottle. MAJOR BOARD AD DRESSES K. M. A. Rebukes Local Physicians For Not Giving Their Services To The National Army. The following address was delivered I Major Milton Bond of Camp Z.ieli nr Ta)lor at the first general session of the sixty-seventh annual meeting "f the Kentucky Medical Association which convened in l,ouisville, 7 10 The retirini! president. Dr. Hoard Made his address Met, lint it contal ed a rebuke to some of the local medical 1. i n, whose services, the speaker claim ed, are needed in the army He said in part: "Modern warfare rcquiics trained medical officers anil as there were few in the regular service, enlistments were ; asked for to the numher of app: oximate-1 lv lMW Kentucky's part of this quota DM about 5X, and of this numher about j 611 per cent, have received commissions Of applied for them. A goodly number of Kentucky doctors h.ie accepted com missions ami have been assigned to duty at Hreat BMMMl sacrifice, a large mini- ( ber of others, men of ability, men of means, in ; n of little or no responsibility, j have thus far withheld their service 1 from a country so badly in need of same. I deeply regret this situation and the necessity for calling attention to it, but' 111 ftiends, I have never been am'igu i us, either by nature or fiom practice. I have learned to light and I would not ma true to form if 1 failed here and now officially and personally, lo call attention to this situation. 1 have seen a distill guished piofessor from Chicago, a mall iiii.roachini; sistv years of age. of inde- .., i t..- .... , ii. . :,, f.,,.. I cili oi the nation, of the worid one of the most prominent specialists The instinct for live stock and tea. hers of America, exposing liini- j f.VUiphathy fur humanity, leu" f. a cold at tamp Tax lor, day after , Th significance of t tie food atlminis- l.v and week alter week examining ! Nation's it-cognition of the Iuterna s .ldiers with diseased eves and defective ! l:0Dal :,s educational agency should vi-ion, perh aps ti.e most important nted- '" P ir't3 uliuJ of - farmer, leal work to be 111 preparing Ik Mff ' obW " the first ray, but I have not seen any Louisville i ack I" December to study meat pro. 111 penlollat out there Vo, I have Mrs. O S. Ilorman, 12; West Chest- nut street, I.ouisvi 1c, said she had been j bothered w ith her stomach for more than ! a year before she started taking Tan lac "But I hadn't taken more than half a bottle of 1 aulac until I MM that I was getting better," Mrs Herman said "It used to be that everything I ate just felt like a heavy weight in my stom ach. I bloaten badly after eating "I was nervous, too, and didn't sleep verv well Mv rest was broken by bad dreams and I'd feel tired when I got up In the SoraitMJS. I read so much about Tanlac that I finally decided to try it. As 1 said, it helped me before I hail takes half a bottlo. 1 kept on, though, until I had taken three bottles and now I don't have a bit of trou'b I with my eUHUacll like I used to. I can sleep s inndly all night now, loo, and don't feel tireil in the mornings like I did be fore. Tanlac proved to be alright in til v case and I recommend it TanUK is a vegetable tonic and it has been prepared especially to build up run I down systems and improve the health of j half sick men and women. Thousands h in- been helped by Tanlac. Why not yon? iet Tanlac today at Wedding's 1 1 irug Store- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Frank this week, Mrs Mamie Compton was the guest of Vlss Amanda Harris Thursday. BIG SPRING we all love, past the , in feeble health, not 82 Represenatives Are Methodists. seen one whom meridian of life physically able to serve his country, and vet aMaa anon numerous occasions his encouragement and support I refer to I 1 Jr. J . M. Ray, j According to the information gleaned "There are other pfOM nent eve. ear by the Temperance Hoard of the Met aiidtlim.il doc ors theie from i hicago, j hodist Episcopal Church, there are Mi lug. in, lows and other points, but eighty-two members of the Methodist thus far Kentucky specialists la these .Church among the Congressmen in the lines have tailed I shoa up at Camp , House of Representatives. The l'res T. iv lor The chief operating imgaua J by t e r 1 a ns are next iu number, with B it there is a Kcntucki.in. s ion to sue- lifty-seven; the Episcopalians rauk 1 1 I Bsa la this chair; bis two assistants ; third with thirty-one; while the Hapt are KeninckiaBS, as 1-, the chief of head ists are fourth, with twenty-six. There surgery The In- id ol 'the genito urinary ; are twenty foue Catholics, twenty d p o uncut is t Kontnckiaa I am with . Congregationalists, twenty one merft in two aaaiataala, one ol them a Ken- bcrs of the Christian Church, seven tnckiaa, trying to look after the neuro-1 Lutherans, four Unitarians, four of pliyi hiatrk department; but when a sen- j the Dutch ft form Church, three Jews lot asariiral asVeat ws needed at the : and two Quakers There are ten mcm- base hospital the comm.nidiiig officer hers with no Chuich connection was compelled lo go again officer bers to Cliicago The Visitor. to the Rush Medical College to get him becaaai none of the distinguished, inset 111-ts of the city of Louisville had voluu leered his service. My friend th s war will not be over ill a lew months. We are not fighting Sp un W e are to en gage 111 the most titanic struggle ill the history of this government, and I appeal to the medical men of Kentucky to mea sure up to the traditions of the Commou vvc.ilth and acquit themselves like men to the born slacker, my remarks will be offensive, 1 invite their I lilhai, but those who have not given due considera tion to the situation, I hope not to olTe-nd but to afOSJM to a deep sense of their ob ligation " Louisville Post. America to Feed World. McDANIELS Among the obligations now laid on tanners none is more inexorable than that to increase the supply of fats and meats. Qrall supply abroad is merely matter u I shipping. If t he ocean were freed of menace we could not supply the required quantity of fatsand meats. It means breeding and fi ediag. Th opening of the seas wouiu fljod mar kets with grain. Only the persistence and skill ot farm bleeders of meat Stocks will feed the starving w orld with the essentials of subsistence. It can not come in a day, tu a year, but wide spread determined, united effort must be immediately set iu motion. The food administration has designated the International Live Slock Exposiliou a "loud trainirg camj ." It is well usmcd The farmer can there study breeding and feedlug. Nevcrwas it so wasteful to feed high priced grain to ill bred stock. Lessons of breed improvement, of grading up common stock, and of economical feeding can be learned at the "International" as In noother place the American farmer has heard the .Several from here attended church at Long Lick Sunday. Mrs. Freddie May Classcock enter tained a crowd of youug folks to din ner Sunday. Basil Hart who has been very ill with typhoid and pneumonia fever is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Duggins and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Dunn Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Compton, Mrs. Eula Compton and Mrs. Mary Mattingly were dinner guests of Mrs. Roxie Mat tingly Thursday. Mrs. Joel Wilson is the guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson this week. Miss Alma Cannon was the guest of Miss Alta Frank Sunday. Several frctn here attended the spelling match at Calvert Friday evening. Mrs. J C. Tucker was the guest of Mis Annie (ilasscuck, Madrid Friday. Mrs. Jessie Fraze, Arkansas was the Mrs. Robert Vaughn, Louisville spent several days last week with her aunts, Mrs.. am s Martha Clarkson and J V. Clarksun. Mrs. Sue Miller went to Louisville last week to see her son, Herbi rt and Mrs. Miller. Misses Blanche Norris, Lorlne Kar lin, Myrtle Wallace and Cora Diane went to Louisville Wednesday for shirts to make for the (iovci ument. Rev. 15. P. Deacon, Mrs. Deacon and children motored to Shepherdsville last week to visit relatives. Emery Burnett went to his home at Pavnesville to vote Tuesday, he was accompanied home by Julius Hodges. Miss Maud Scott spent last with her sister, Mrs. Will Miller, Vine drove. Ii. S. Clarkson and sister, Mrs. L. A. C, Kemper spent Tuesday here. Hen came home to vote. Dr. C. 13 Witt was in Brandenburg last week. Misses flattie Owen, Kathrine Hen dry, Messers Hobert Hendry and Able Applegate, West l'omt ..were diuuer jj'uestB of Miss Leah Meador Sunday. Mr. K. S. Dowell spent last week with his daughter, Mrs John Cook and Mr. Cook. Irving ton. John Cook and Dave Henry, Irvington were here Sunday. Henry Amons went to Iivington Mon day to see about moving to George Lyddan's. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Miller left Wed- ' nesday for Louisville to spend a few pe I days with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mil ler before leaving for Ohio. Mrs. Oeue Miller left TuesJay for Richmond, ind., to jam her daughter. Miss Mary Miller who has a position at the State Insaue Institution. Mr. and Mrs. Van 11. Nelsoft have returned from a trip East. Fletcher Scott has returned from Keuwkk, La , after a visit to his bro ther, Harold Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Alex McCans, Eliza bethtown were guests of Mr and Mrs. J. V. Clarkson se veral days last week. J. W. Moorman aud mother, Mrs Moliie Moorman spent Thursday at Brandenburg and were dinner guests of Mrs. Geo. Casperke. Mr. aril Mrs. Van li. Nelson spent Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. Trent, Brandenburg RiLt. Williams aud sister, Miss Hatnriuc, btitns alley attended ser vices at the Methodist Church Sunday aud were dinner guests of Miss Celma Slrothcr. C C. Martin, Ed. Martin, Scheyler Martin, J. L. Norris, Frank llilf, Lee Richardson, Crit Wright, Bob Hodges, John Miller and B. F. Tucker were in Louisville last week. Mesilan.es Geo. Prattler, Ben Flowers and Lilly Mae Scott Misses Leah Mea dor, Mary Lleanor Scott, Bessie Tuck er and Maud Wilson went to Louisville last week for Government sewing and shopping. Jim Humphry, F.ininence was here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Casey and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Casey, Corners spent Tuesday with Mrs. R. S. Dowell. The children of the school will give an entertainmeni Nov. 29, at 7 P. M. all cordially invited. Keenan whn is very low with tubercolis. Mrs. Clint Frank is visiting her child ren, Kverette Frank and Mrs. Joe Bur dette, Tenlson, Ind. Miss Lula Brickey and Miss Valeria Frank spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. James llrickey. Lud Moorman who has been visiting relatives at Vao.ant has returned home. Miss Jennie Chancelor who has been visiting her aunt, Mis. Will Mason has returned to her home at Tar Fork. News has been received here from Louisville of the arrival of a fine son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wave Hawkins Larricd Johr. L. Hawkins, Jr. STEPHENSPORT in Louisville Lodiburg was Schopp Tues- MATTINGLY Hev. F. M. Jolly commenced a series of meet;ngs at Cave Spring church Sunday Nov. 1 1. John L. Hawkins, Louisville was called to the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Mildred Hawkins, Cloverport Mrs. Nobe I'ate went to Cloverport to be with her daughter, Mrs Peyton Scott who has a child sick with pneu monia. Private Pat Keeuan, Camp Taylor came Saturday to see his brother, Len Mrs. Fugene Conner was in Clofer port last Monday, W. B. Gardner was last week. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, the guest of Mrs. W. J. day and Wednesday. Mrs S rena Jarrett Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Gibson and Mr. Gibson near Samp.e. Mr. and Mrs. J. W French and daughter, Miss Belva were in Louis ville last week. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Ernes'. Pierce on the birth of a son on Nov. 7. Mrs C. C Pence and baby Claud Herman, Westville, Ohio arrived last Monday to spend a Month with her mother, Mrs. Kachel Lay. Rev. H. S. English has a new Ford. Prayer services were held in the afternoon at the M. E, church. Levy Holdns who has been in Illinois for the last eight mouths re:urned Tuesday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs Miller Rollins. Mrs. Oliver Shellman and children, Sample were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cunningham Tueaday. Hev E. B. English, Mrs. English and children, Herea were guests of his brother, Rev. H. S. Kuglish aud Mrs. English, Ammons last week. Miss Blanche Bssham entertained at her home uear town Saturday evening. Shelly Gentry, Georgetown Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. C. B. Gentry and Hev. Gentry. W. J. Schopp, Wm. Gilbert and A. L. Lewis were in Louisville Monday witii a car load of stock. Dr. 0. E. Ferguson attended the Kentucky State Med leal Association at Louisville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker will move to Hartford this week while we reeret to give them up, we wish them succ.ss in there new lield of labor. Mrs Matilda left Friday for Cross ville, III., to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Perkins, Louis ville were here last week. Miss Jennie Miller, Mrs. Sarah Dunn and Mr. Jolly, Mystic were Sunday guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Fugene Conner. Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert, Hard insburg spent Friday with their son, Wm. Gilbert and Mrs. Gilbert. 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