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NEAR 2,000,000 YANKS SENT OVIlt General March Makes Sta tement, Appeals For Loan Support. Washington, Oct. 12 Auicrlcnn troops Rent over sons have passed tho 1,900,000 mark Oon. March announc ed today, coupll.'ig IiIh ntntumont with an urgent appeal to tho country to support tho Fourth Liberty Loan. Tho present Is no tlmu to hack. (Jon. Murch said, for tlio ninxl ni u in resources of tho nation In men and money mtiHt ho hurled nt tho Hun to mako victory certain, and whllo tho inoveiuent of soldiers across tho water Is contlnuliiR the War Do partmont Is preparing mint her 2,000, 000 men to follow the first 2,000,000. Tho Department has asked con gress for $8,000,000,000 to carry out Its programme, he added, and the fi nancial support of that programme miiHt not ho withheld by tho nntlon. Locution of Divisions. Locating various divisions In rc-V- spouse to (luestlons, (Ion. Murch said thu Dlst (Alaska, Washington, Ore gon, California, ldnho, Nevada, Mon tana, WyomliiK and Utah National Army) was still in tho American training areas; tho 78th (Western New York, Now Jersey nnd Delaware National Army) Is still, on tho lino with tho 1st Corps, lint Its position not specifically stated; the 29th (Now Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, Mnrjiand and District of Columbia National Guard) Is on the Hue In the Vosges, as Is tho J7th (Ohio National Guard) tho 90th (Texas and Oklahoma Na tional Army) Is on tho St. Mlhlel front; tho S2d (Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee) Is east of the Argon no, and the 42d (llnlnbow) Is on tho Woevro. 1(1,000 Men Wounded. Tho llrst courier from Gen. Persh ing carrying tho hospital records of the expeditionary forces for slightly wounded men has arrived, Gen. March said the lists including ap proximately 1C.O00 names. This num ber, he said, was tho accumulation for all tho period up to tho time It was decided to bring tho lists by couriers. Main llun Itoails Threatened. Taking up tho buttle situation on tho west front, Gen. March said with Jno capture of Lo Chateau by the Urltlsh tho Allied forces wore within fourteen miles of tho railway junc tion of Aulnoyo. which is a vital strategical point for tho enemy. The .lege-Mnubougo railway and the lat eral road through Sednn nt which tho American army Is striking on tho Mouse meet each other at Aulnoyo, and theso two lines are the main nr torlcs for German supplies nnd troop movements In France. Gen. March announced tho Ameri can divisions which cleaned up the St. Mlhlol salient In tho light which prepared tho way for tho present operations north of Verdun. 1'olntlng from left to right on tho map, ho said tho divisions wore in lino as follows: 4th (Kcgulnr.) 2Gth (New Knglnnd National Guar.) lsKHegulnr.) 4 2d (Kulnbow.) 89th (Kansas, Missouri, South Da kota, Nebraska, Colorado, Now Moxl co and Arizona National Army.) 2d (Regular.) This Is tho first Information mndo ' public as to tho constitution of the wrniy with which Gen. Pershing nchloved n brilliant and swift victory In his tlrst wholly American effort. It has been found on examination that many accidental Injures not con nected wth oporatons nt tho front nro iicludcd In tho first lot of names. Tho ists nro now bolng checked and will noon bo ready for Issue to tho press. Surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Hums, Uralses and wounds. Tho first treatment Is most Import ant. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly, thoro la no danger of Infection, nnd tho wound begins to honl nt once. For uso on man ori uoasi, iiurimuuu io mu ,-. i- tic and healing ngont. Huy it now and bo ready for nn emorgency. Prlco 2Cc, fl.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. " m ... IlKAl'TV CHATS. lly Kdnu Kent Forbes. Increasing the Wlght. Hero's a now Idea for getting fut, for tho underweight girl or woman. It's easy to do, It's heulthful. and it's Just tho thing for tho people who huto tho tnsto of raw milk. Put a cup of oatmeal In two and a half cups of water, suit, nnd let it Biminor a long time put It on tho back of tho stovo or into a flroless cooker When cooked add a pint of Ui W:, with as much oraum in It ns you Scan ufiord, and bring tho wholo to a Iboll 1 1 f-ct 'ut tJ,u oatmoal cook In th" i ill't tot a fow, rnoinmu. f,tr.ln o.f through a wire airamer, Run li u u-'w tn0 "a""0"1 t0 Bet as much Julco off ns possible. You should get nt lenst thrco cups: of thick, rich gruel from this. Hvory night heat a rup of this, ndd enough water to Hult your tnstc, nnd take it beforn going to bed. Delicious It's tho lovlloHt stuff I over atol Do this faithfully nnd you'd put on Mesh, and If you aro quite a bit underweight take two nips day, una between lunch and dinner and nno nt bedtime. Milk nnd cream are very nourish ing, you sec, and oatmeal is highly nutrlous. Oats nro rich In protein milk too, for that matter and pro toln builds up the tissues. Also, It contains plenty of fats. Its caloric value Is high, and oatmcnl will over come nny constipating effect the milk might hnve. Try this if you aro thin or run down. You'll llko It so much you won't wnnt to miss n single cup of it. And it isn't nn expensive treatment either; ontmcnl Is tho cheapest cereal there Is for the amount of nourish ment It contains. (Questions And Answers. A, II. C. Powdered Kgyptian hcunn mnkes the hair auburn. Proba bly you did not uso It right If It did not color tho hair. Henna shampoo Is nothing but powdered henna and ens tile soap mixed. If you wnnt to stain the hair wash It llrst and dry it, then apply tho paste of tho hennn hot nil over tho hair. Let It dry on for from half nn hour to two hours somo hair re quires u long lime, coarse hair, for in stance. Especially is this so the first time henna is applied. K..I.S. You must have been read ing nn did ad or something by an other person nt least It was not I that advised drinking flaxseed tea. Frankly I do not know whether or not this preparation is good. Yotir diet seems to bo good, but you should have something more than what you eat. Can't you eat soup and rare, ten der beefsteak, oatincal and cream, things like that? I wonder whether you are getting enough food. It seems to mo some of tho acidity of the stomach might cniiio from the fact that you wem't giving the diges tion enough to do but I am not a doctor you know. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Ttcwnrel for nny case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine has been tnken by catarrh nutTcrcm for the pnst thlrty ftvo years, and has become known ns tho most rellnblo remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine nets thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, rxpelllnp the Poi son from tho Blood and hcallnK the dis eased portions. After you have tnken Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine for n short tlmo you will see ii great Improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catnrrh Medi cine at once nnd cet rid of catarrh. Send fot testimonials, free. F J. ClircNET & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Driiririi. TPc m WAH WITH GHUMAXY. American troops abroad now total 1.S00.00O. Kvory day,Jn August an nvcrnge of 10,3;S American soldler.s landed at French ports. American airmen shot down 100 Hun planes and 21 baloons in one week. Germans uso sneezing gas nnd phosgene against tho Americans. Samuel Gompers, American labor lender, visits American front in France. Fearing American attacks, Ger man military authorities begin re moval of inhabitants of Alsace. America's lonns to tho allies now total $6,527,914,000. War thus fur has cost tho United States $4S,S9G,945,000. Flvo United States Government shipyards will begin construction of 42 concrete ships this month. Tho ono hundredth battle piano, shipped by tho Dayton Wright Com pany, urrlves In Frnnco. Of tho i, 800,000 American troops in Franco, Urltlsh ships carried 1,000,000, American ships carried 78G.000 and French and Italian ships carrlod tho remainder. Following Germany's latest pcaco move, United States Congressmen domain! unconditional surrender. Knomy must admit defeat boforo peace Is considered," Is tho cry. Thus far moro than S.500 Ameri cans have been killed In action, more than 22,000 wounded and 5,300 uro missing. In Soptembor 311,219 American troops. 4,000 United States blue Jackets and 5,000 Cunudlnn troops lunded In Franco. Ono fourth of tho Gorman nrtlllory on tho west front has beon captured by tho allies and Americans slnco Foch's series of drives on July IS. Woman's Case Startles Rockport A business man's w'lfo could not read or bow without sharp pain In her eyes. For years her eyes woro red anil weak. Finally sho tried jmro Lnvnptlk oyo wash. Tho rosult of ONIj application astonished hor. A 8iiiul bottlo Lnvoptlk la g ti urn n teed to bonollt RVKKV (-'ASK woak, strain ed or Inflamed eyes. ONK WASH will startle with Us quick rulU. Aluminum oy eup FilBB. lUrrel Uros. druggists at Itookport, 5 FOOD HULKS MADI2 HU.'ID l. NHW OHDKIt Twelvo genornl orders for hotels, resturnnts nnd hoarding Iiourcs will be announced today by tho United t'tntes Food .Admlnstrntlon. Mr. lloovor calls upon all public cnting pluccs to do tholr part In the cam paign by saving moro food than evor before. A notlcenblo feature nbout tho now hotel enrd, which Federal Food Ad minstrntor Fred M. Sackott will send to nil public eating places In Kentuc ky today, Is Hint the now regulations are, for the llrst time, couched In peremptory' terms. Heretofore tho Food Admlnstrntlon has contented It self with Issuing requests; now It is Issuing Orders, nnd tho now cards warns proprietors of eating places that If they fall in nny particular they will feel the henvy hand of tho law. Orders Issued. The new orders, effective October 21, follow: General Order 1 No public eating place shall servo or permit to be serv ed any bread or other bakery pro duct which docs not contain at least 20 per cent flour substitutes, nor shall It servo or permit to bo served mora than two ounces of this bread, known ns Victory Dread, or if no Victory Dread is served, more than four ounces of other bread (such as( corn bread, muffins, Boston brown bread, etc.,) Sundwlohcs or bread served nt boarding camps, nnd rye bread containing 50 per cent or moro of puro rye flour, arc excepted. General Order 2 No public eat ing place shall servo or permit to be served bread or toast as a garniture or under meat. General Order .1 No public eating-place shall allow any bread to bo brought to the -table putll after the tlrst course Is served. General Order 1 No public eat ing place shall servo or permit to bo served to ono person nt any one meal moro than ono kind of meat. For tho purpose of this rule meat shall be considered as Including beef, mutton, pork, poultry and any other by-pro- ducts thereof. General Order 5 No public eat ing placo shall serve or permit to be served any hacim ns a garniture. General Order 6 No public eat ing place shall serve or permit to bo served to any ono person at nny one meal more than one-half ounce of butter. Half Ounce Cheese. General Order 7 No public eat ing placo shall servo or permit to bo served to any one person at any ono meal more than ono half ounce of Cheddar, commonly called American cheese. General Order S No public eat ing place shall use or permit tho use of the sugar bowl on tho tablo or lunch counter. Nor shall any public eating placo servo sugar or permit It to bo served unless the guest so re quests, and in no event shall the amount served t,o any one person at nny ono meal exceed ono tcaspoonful or its equivalent. General Order 9 No public eat ing place shall use or permit to be used an amount of sugar in excess of two pounds for every ninety meals served, including all uses of sugar on tho tnblo and In cooking, excepting such sugar its may bo allotted by tho Federal Food Admlnstrators to ho tels holding a bakery license. No su gar allotted for this special purpose shall bo used for any other purpose. General Order 10 No public eat ing place shall burn any food or per mit any food tc bo burned, and all wasto shall bo saved to feed animals or reduced to obtain fats. General order 11 No public eat ing placo shall display or permit to bo displayed food on its premises in nny such manner as may causa Its de terioration so thnt it can not bo used for human consumption. General Order 12 No public eat ing placo shall serve or permit to bo served what is known as double cream or cream do luxo; nnd In any ovont no cream containing over 20 per cent of butter fat shall be served. Mr. Hoovor finds wo shnll appar ently have sufficient sugar to tako euro of tho present rato of consump tion nnd to provide for tho extra drain of tho Allies, nnd sufficient cof fee If wastefulness in browing tho buvorngo is eliminated. Of our own products thoro must bo a reduction In consumption nnd wasto of food stuffs and of meats and fats: that is to say, pork, beef, poultry, dairy products and vegetablo oil products. Mr; Hoover lays stress, howover, upon tho fuct that tho food Admlnstrntlon docs not wish curtailment In tho uso of milk for children. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ASTO R I A lNMl'UV FHOM SMUT t'O.VI'ltOI j TIlKATM KXT. To determine- tho Injury reuniting to cereal seeds from standard meth ods of dltlntectlou fur eiuut control, experiments have recently been carri ed out by pathologists u( tUe United BUtee Department of Agriculture iu 10 or the wheat growing Slates. Seventy-eight different lots of seed grain were treated with copper sul phate, formaldehyde, nnd hot water, nnd 8,500 germination tests have been made to dotcrmino tho resultant Injury. It has beon found thnt of all tho small grains, barley Is tho least susceptible to injury by nny of tho standard treatments. Oats may bo In jured In many enscs, though not al ways, by copper sulphate, but seldom by formaldehydo or hot water. Wheat nnd rye aro considerably Injured by hot-wnler treatment nnd tho longer method described In departmont bul letins Is recommended. Copper sul phate is tho only fungicldo showing n marked tcntlcncy to injure seed grain, though liming provents this in Jury to a largo extent. Holding seed after treatment by any of tho meth ods recommended nntl practiced docs not have nny appreciable bad effect on tho gnrmlnntlon, but it is ndvlsa blo, the specialists say, to sow Im mediately after treatment with for maldehydo and copper sulphate. A Iteautlfiil Woman. Do you know that a beautiful wo man always has a good digestion? If your digestion Is faulty, oat lightly of meats, nnd take nn occasional doso of Chamberlain's Tablets to strength en your digestion. Price 25c. m WHAT VOUIt ItOXI) AVIMi DO If you buy n $100 bond of the Fourth Liberty Loan you arc lending the United States Government enough money to feed n soldier in Franco a little more than seven months. Or you ,lnvo furnished enough money to give him n complete outfit of winter and summer clothing, including shoes and stockings, and slicker and overcoat and blankets, with enough loft over to arm him with a good revolver. You have done that much to beat back tho Hun. It takes $35 more to arm him with a rifle with a bayonet on it, nnd if you buy a second $100 bond you fur nish him with this rifle and 1,000 cartridges for it, and there will still be enough of your money left to pur- chaso a good sized bomb to throw in a dugout, or demolish a machine gun together with the Huns operating it. Uroucliical Trouble. Mrs. A. E. Sldenberder, Rockfleld, Ind., states; "For an attack of bron hfnl trouble which usually assails me" in the spring I find Chamberlain's Cough Koincdy tho only thing that gives mo relief. After using It for a fow days all signs of bronchlcal trou ble disappears." m TIIK .MAX WHO FAILS TO HUY JAJIKltTY ItOXDS One by one the men who have re fused and are refusing to buy Liberty liomls aro being found out. Thoy had an easier tlmo of It when tho first two loan drives were under way. The country was not in such deadly earn est about this war ns It Is now. Wo wero taking for granted that every one who could would be glad to buy a bond, and buy just as many as possi ble. The weight of public opinion Is striking at the individual who can buy and who doesn't. It Is striking just as hard at the man or the woman of property who buys a little $50 bond when that subscription should bo multiplied. For the peoplo know, the neighbors accurately guago, just about what each of us should be able to do. Tho bond slacker is a marked man In any community. He la being, re membered by his neighbors. Nor will his sins against patriotism and loyal ty bo soon forgotten. Tho memories of this war will live a long time. It Is nlways so with wars and wnnt comes after them. Ho will bo pointed out ns long as ho lives. Tho memory of his failure, of his weakness nnd his un worthlncss will be held against his children. There nro some places whoro tho man who falls to buy Is being ostrac ised by his neighbors and his old rlends. If thoy know ho Is nblo to buy they nro not asking for his reasons. Reasons nre not nsked. It is sufficient thnt a man fulled when his tlmo came, when tho opportunity was of fered. Tho public opinion of his fel lowiueu Is leveled against him, it finds him guilty and carriesout Its own sentence. With tho wholo nation working ns it never worked boforo to ralso tho most gigantic war fund in nil history, tho mun who does not huy Is finding It harder than evor to hide his short comings, Ho Is being found nut and in tho vast mujorlty of cases tho proper punishment is being applied by thoso around him. to When tho chest feols on fire and tho throat burns, you have indiges tion, nnd you need HHIUHNK to get rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It drives out badly digested food, strengthens tho stomach nnd purlflos the bowels. Price COc. Sold by Ohio Drug Co. in o- Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA A BIT OF HOME WITHIN THE CAMP A Ions, low building of frame con struction, nttrnctlvety planned, with wide vornndns nnd n homelike nspect. Outside tire hanging the lings the Stnrs nnd Stripes, which must soon be tnken In ns It Is nearly sunset, nnd another flat; beurlng n little trihnglo of blue nntl tho letters Y. W. C. A. It Is n fall nftcrnnon and tho nlr Is n bit sharp. Through tho front windows of the house tho woman approaching up the walk can see the cheerful glow of nn open fireplace. There Is tho sound of u plnno nnd somo one Is singing. The woman, who Is slight nnd young nnd tired-looklug, puts her henvy Milt case down on tho wnlk nnd shifts the baby she Is carrying to tho other nrin. Sho listens n minute, then picks up tho luggage nnd walks bravely up to the front door. Some one has heard her coming nnd Is there to meet her. Some one nlwnys Is In places like this. Tho door Is thrown open nnd n kind wom an's voice snys: "Oh, do come In nnd rest. Let mo tnke the baby." Tho bnby Is passed over nnd the stranger, worn from u long Journey, tired nnd sad. Is given tho welcome which only the Y. W. C. A. hostesses know how to give. She explains thnt she has come to see John before ho leaves for the front. She tins been saving her money for traveling expenses, nnd hns come to surprise him. John bus never seen the baby, nnd now maybe he never will, for she has discovered that John has just left on u two days' furlough to surprise her. Hcfore she could get n train back to her home John's fur lough will have expired and ho will be on bis way buck to camp. The little mother does not know how to meet the situation nntl tears of fatigue and dis appointment begin to flow. "Well, that's too bad," says the sym pathetic Y. W. C. A. worker. "Hut cheer up. Ytu enn jut stay hero for u cuiiplu of days. We'll send u wire to John nt the llrst place his train stops and toll him to take tho next train back. He can enjoy his furlough here." This Is done nnd the little family has u glorious day of It. Tho Young Women's Christian asso ciation has established 02 hostess houses of this character for American soldiers nnd sailors and their families. In this brief bulletin of news lies one of the most potent factors In the win ning of this war. Our boys nro fight 'lug for their homes. The Y. W. C. A. with Its hostess work in this country I'tid in Franco Is helping to keep the Ideal of American homo life con stantly before the men who are pro tecting it. These men had to go away from their Individual homes, but there Is a home which follows them n plnce wlure they can go when they are olf duty nnd meet their families and rest. There Is n room In every Y. W. C. A. hostess house with a real fireplace In It and a domestic hearth. There arc chairs with cushions on them ; the china Is not of the Iron-bound bucket variety necessnry in cunips; nnd best of all, the hoys say, there are nice women to talk to. No hoy In camp would hesitate to ask his mother or sister or the girl he thinks most of to meet him nt it Y. W. C. A. bouse, for he knows that the women she will see there nre of the 'light kind. The very fuct that it Is known that there Is u real, homey plnce near each camp au thorized by the war department and presided over by dignified und refined women, hns served very largely to dis courage the other type of woman and kucp her away from the men sho for merly preyed upon. The Y. W. C. A. houses nre tiot es tablished with any view to mnrklng class line, however, although umny ol the hostesses who nsslst led lives of greatest ease and luxury before the war. Democracy rules ut the sign of the little Dine Triangle. A story Is told of u great merchant's wife whose Individual fortune mounts to the million mini;. This lady Is u member of one of the Y. W. C. A. com mittees, and on one occasion sho wits helping In the cafeteria of a ho-tcss house nt the Great Lakes imvnl train ing station. A little shopgirl who hud a "day off" from her work In the base ment of the great store owned by the Y. W. C. A. worker's husbiiml, and who had come to see her sailor brother, was In ti State street hurry for service. She sharply ordered the merchant's wife to "look alive with these forks, girlie." The lady addressed ns "girlie" quite humbly saw to it that tho pile of forks was replenished. Then sho went over and talked to the girl, helped her to locate her brother and sent her nwuy happy. Tho shopgirl never knew thnt she had been talking to her employer's wife. There nre tw;o hostess houses ut the Great Lukes station, ami It Is n won derful bight to see thu crowds of wom en relatives und friends of thu sailors who throng to them on the Wednesday drill afternoons. From 1.000 to 3,000 persons a day ore cared for In tho cafeterias, and tho nurseries aro full of sailor babies, whoso mothers can leave them there safely whllo they nro on the grounds. In addition to tho hostess hotiso work In this country tho Y. W, C A. has established tho famous Hotel IV trogrnd In Purls us u center for tran sient women wur workers oerseus. Tliero nre nlso ninny foyers or recrea tion centers In Franco whoro girl mu nitions workers, nlgiml corps girls und othurs nro refreshed and lirlghtomsl by uaoiiution with tho play lutulers of tho Y. W. 0. A. who htt.vc Intro dueod Auwrtean cymiinrfum clnss, s luto French life. OUDCIIS OHIO COUNTY FIS CAL COUNT, HKPTHMIIKIl ."J. IIM8. Hon. Mnck Cook, J. O. C. C. presiding. On motion of Kso. Shown, it Is or ' tiered that the question of voting a Unx of the sum of twonty(20) cunts ,on tho Ono Hundred ($100.00) dol jlars worth of all property subject by (law to local taxation, undor Section jir7n of tho Constitution, for tho lm ! provoment nnd construction of public j roads and bridges of tho county bo submitted to tho voters of Ohio County, Said tax to bo levied each year for flvo consccutlvo years Im mediately following said election. Tho taxes to bo collected nnd accounted for by tho Sheriff, nt tho same tlmo nnd In tho samo niannor and by tho same process that ho collects other taxes, nnd an election is hereby ordor cd to bo hold throughout Ohio Coun ty, In all tho voting precincts therein, on the 5th. , dny of November, 1918, upon tho proposition of whether or not a property tax of twenty (20) cOnts on each Ono Hundred (100) Dollars worth of property In Ohio County shnll bo levied for flvo (5) consecutive years, next immediately following said election for tho pur pose of Improving and constructing, either or both, the roads nnd bridges of the county. Said election to bo advertised, held and conducted in tho manner accord ing to the several provisions and re quirements of tho laws of tho Com monwealth of Kentucky now In forco governing such elections and under tho general election laws of tho Com monwealth of Kentucky, where samo relate and apply to elections held to determine tho abovo question; and no amount of money' in excess of the Amount that can bo raised by tho lovy In any ono year, shall be expended iu that year. S. A. Ilrntchcr, Sheriff of Ohio County, Ky. is hereby appointed, ordered and directed to advertise tho time and purpose of tho election and the amount of tnxes to bo levied each year and tho number of years for which It Is to bo levied and collected In tho newspaper published In Ohio County, having tho largest circula tion for thirty (30) days before tho said election and he, tho said sheriff, will causo a poll to be opened In each and all the precincts In and through out Ohio County, on the abovo named date, as the law In such cases directs and he may advertise said election-by having a certified copy of this order published, as above directed, and W. C. Blankenship, Clerk of the Ohio County Court, Is ordered and direct ed to furnish said Sheriff with a cer tified copy of this order, as It appears upon tho Order Book, In tlmo for said publication. Tho said Sheriff and County Clerk are further ordered and dlrectod to do and perform cacji and every thing required under tho laws of tho Com monwealth of Kentucky, in advortjs Ing nnd conducting such election and In tho preservation of tho ballots nnd tho canvassing and certification of tho votes and said olection is di rected to be held in nil respects as re- quired by law governing such elections. It is further ordered that it is tho sense of this court, in tho event said olection results in favor of the lovy nnd collection of such tax, as afore said, the money thereby derived shall bo so used and apportioned as that in each magisterial District of tho coun ty. There shall bo used the sum de rived as aforesaid, in such district, for improving and constructing, cither or both, the roads and bridges heroin from said tax, though this shall not in any wny restrict or Imparo tho oxpendituro of other lawful funds in each respective Magisterial District, for said purposes, just us funds are now and have heretofore been used, so far as such funds may bo necessary nnd available, and In tho manner provided by law, and that n moro adequate and cfectlvo method of working tho roads bo put In operation than is now In effect. Ayes and Nays bolng called resulted In all tho Justi ces present voting in the affirmative, thereupon tho motion was declared curried and so ordered. MACK COOK. J. O. C. C. State of Kentucky.Sct. County of Ohio. I, W. C. niunkonshlp, Clork of tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, do certify that tho foregoing is u true and cor rect copy of tho ordor as appears on Order Hook number 3, page 573. Given under my hand, this tho 30th day of September, 1918. W. C. HLANKKNSHIP. Clork Ohio County Court. Pursuant to tho foregoing ordor, and, by vlrturo of the power invested In mo ns Sheriff of Ohio county, Ken tucky, I horoby cnuso tho aforesaid ordor to bo published as roqulrcd by law, and further direct and shall causa tho various officer.!, whoso duty It is, to opon a poll in each of tho voting places within tho Comity of Ohio on Tuosdny, Novomber tho 5th , 19 IS, to tako tho sonso of the quaUfl od voters upon tho question a. set out in the abovo and foregoing men tlouwl ordor. Wttneae my hand, this th- 30th. " , wi s, r'-har, A. V. , lr'lR $. . HATt'liFrt Sheriff, Ohiu c JU y. '