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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ny reports thaUho had been born in a log cabin. Among tho telegrams received was ono from tho publishers of Ohio dally nowspapors who met recently at Columbus. "Your follow publlshors aro proud of tfio honor that has como to you." tho telegram snld. Another telegram of congratulation camo from Sonator Undorwood of tho Democratic leader in tho Scnnte. Callers at Senator Harding's otflco today Includdd Senators Smoot of Utah and Chamborlaln of Oregon, Roprosontntlvo Mondell, of Wyoming, tho Republican leader in tho House, and Gen. John Clom of Newark, Ohio. o-- JUNE 18, 1920. JWill Serve Entire Term Congratulations Are General. Warren G. presidential JInrdIng tlio Republican 'nominee, doos not Intend to retlro from tho- Vpltod States Sonata until '4.' term o office expires on March Juno 15 - fiVashlngton, 4 til -- "I do, however, Intend to withdraw my potltlon filed last week In Columbus giving notlco that I would to tho bo a candldato for Sonate That will bo dono this week." Senator Harding's friends explained that for him to rotlro from tho Senate would endanger tho narrow margin of control hold by tho Republicans there, as his retirement would enablo GovoroorNox of Ohio to appoint a Democrat in his pines. "Thoy also said thdt should tho Senator bo elected president In November "ho could continue to servo In tho Senate, as ho would not bo Inaugurated until his term as Senator expired on March 4. Tho Senator was at his office early today winding up some pending Senato business. His only fixed engagement was with Leslie M. Shaw, former Secrotary of the Treasury, who called, it was understood, to discuss matters pertaining to publicity In connection with tho coming campaign. 4 Senator Harding said ho hoped to wind, up matters portslnlng to his senatorial duties by tho end of tho weok and then take a brief vacation n. before returning to his homo, at Ohio, whero ho will bo formally notified of his nomination. "Only matters pertaining to tho campaign were discussed with Senator Harding," said Mr. Shaw after an hour's confercncB with the nominee "Tho election of tho candidates Is first business boforo us now. Wo did not discuss policies." There was little abatement today In the stream of congratulatory messages reaching. Senator Harding's office. Tho messiflcs today includod ono from Henry Lane Wilson, formar Ambassador to Mailco, nssmlng the Ohio Senator .of his support. Ma-jjfeer "Thrro Is no possibility of that," y .'Senator Harding declared today whon Miss Doulnh F. Miles and Mr. asked whether ho would resign from C. Benton, of Wysox, wore unit"I do not ed in marriage at tho homo of the tho Senato Immediately. Intend to resign, but intend to servo brldo's father, Squire John H. Miles, .my tinio out. Why shouldn't I? of near Paradise, Sunday, Juno tho Lo-ro- MILES DENTON. ' 13th. Rev. R. D. Bennett, of Hartford, porformed tho coromony binding tho holy bonds of wedlock. Tho young couple nro much respected and popular in their communities, and "the Wrltqr Joins tho many friends of tho nowly married couple in wiHhlng for thorn tho best to be had In a long and contented life. -- e : A FEW COMMENTS OX G. O. I TICKET an Secretary of War Raker, a fellow-Ohioof tho nominee declined'-t- o comment on the nomination. Senator Jones, Republican, Washington, said: "Tho nomination of Mr. Harding was a brilliant stroko. I am moro than delighted. Mr. Harding will bo a strong candidate. Criticism Is dis- armed at the outset.'' Colleague of Hitchcock. Sonator Hitchcock, Nobraska, said: "Sonator Harding Is a colleague of mlno and a porsonal friend, and n man of tho highest character. I think ho fits tho'Republlcan platform very well. Ho Is a very appropriate choice for that platform." Oregon, Senator Chamberlain, Democrat said: "1 think they aro excellent noml-don- 't see why they should get a strong Democratic vote, but they should get a strong party vote." nations. Both aro good men. I Representative Champ Clark, Democrat, Missouri, said: "Harding and Coolldge will bo Just as easy to beat ns any men they could put up." FJood, Virginia, ReprcscntatlVa Democrat, said: "That Is a pretty fair ticket. I think Mr. Palmer would be a good man tot tho Democrats to nominate, with Mr. Cox for Vice President." i Mr. and Mrs. J. I. McCtien and Miss Eleanor, of Tulsa, Okla., aro spending a fow'days here visiting Mrs. McOien's sister, Mrs. Ji R. Plrtlo and Dr. Pirtlo, and othor Mrs. W. E. Nowbolt and relatives. Country. children, Richard and Claronco, also . Rnnntnr Ilardlnc said ho had re camo In with tho McCuens, but stop ceived telegrams of congratulations ped off In Owensboro, to visit relafrom all prominent Republicans tives thoro a fow days boforo coming Senator La Folletto of WIscon on to Hartford, where thoy will kin, wno is in a nospuat luuowing uu for some tlm.c. " To Rc.Notlflfd Middle of July. At his first conference with news-Tapmen today Senator. Harding that his official notification probably would not take p.nce tho middle of July. Ho added, how-ove- r, thiit thu opening of his campaign would not wait upin ! official notification, as It already was under way In various parts of the OKLAHOMA VISITORS. daughter, ex-co- ln AnAMtlnn "I also had a very porsonal message from Colonol. Brynn, who assured mo that wo hnd no common viewpoint politically, saiu senator naming. Tho following cablegram was received from Ellhu Root, who Is now in Europe; "Slncero congratulations and good wishes. Tho mantlo of McKlnley b upon you." IlintN tluit Ho Will "Stuy At Homo" Senator Harding announced that ho would not meet Chairman Hays of the Republican National Committee boforo noxt Monday and that thoro had been no' decision as to tho Umo and place for tho conference at which plans for tho campaign aro to be discussed. While tho Senator was talking to 'tho correspond6nts, Senator Thomas, TJomocrat, Colorado, arrived to congratulate him. "If wo havo got to have a Republican for President you suit mo," kSonator Thomas said, adding that ho Slid but ono bit of advice to give: That tho "man who stays at homo will be elected." "That fits in with my thqught on tlyit subjoct," said Sefiator Harding. (. During his talk with tho nowspapor men tho nominee took occasion to de SOCIAL CLUB .MEETS WITH MRS. WILLIAMS Mrs. Hookor Williams entertained tho Ladies' Social Club at her homo on tho Sulphur Springs road, near town, Wednesday afternoon In a most Progressive rook enjoyable manner. being chief of tho games Indulged In, at tho conclusion of which refreshments woro served. In addition to tho club members tho following guests woro present: MosdameB James , Lewis, Andrew Payne, Sam Taylor, Floyd Arbucklo all of East Hartford and Claronco Ovorhultz, of Cedar Edgo, Colo, mm SUFFRAGE IS DEFEATED IJV LOUISIANA ASSEjniLY Baton Rougo, La., Juno 15 All possibility of action by the Louisiana Loglslaturo to enfranchise women of tho Nation boforo tho November elections was romovod today. Tho Houbo vofed down, 07 to 44, the Fedoral ratification resolution and then adopted In quick order, GQ to 30 a resolution flatly opposing Fedoral suffrage. Tho Federal ratification resolution failed in tho Senate lust week. In that section, tho peak of which consists of a hugh boulder, rising HARDING TO CONSULT high toward the pure, bruo sky, and as Judge Wilson said "It was a right "BULL MOOSE" WING smart rock, 'pearlng to bo about as big as forty llttlo things like tho s , Court House down home." HHEZlS-tfVilifR irrf23i1rBoiii-lr-- r. On tho sldo, or rather in tho sido Prominent Progressives ! To-BX of Plniclo Mountain is King Solo- Called Into Conin mi a ,;ivu, i rum which mere nows a mammoth spring or volume of ference. water from which Middlosborough, Cumberland Gap, a thriving littfij city at th6 foot of tho passMn VirWashington, June lG.i Plana for ginia, and perhaps two or thrco othor good-size- d towns obtain their water bringing Senator Harding, tho Resupply, and' still they use only a small publican presidential nominee, into ' portion, of the flow, said to bo of tho closer, touch with party leaders, "papurest and best to bo found any- rticularly those of the Progressiva wing, wero discussed today at a. where. Judge Wilson and I, .after a fruit- lengthy conference which tho senator less attempt to secure a guide, took had with Walter F. Brown, of Tolod'o, it upon our selves to climb to the his floor manager at tho Chicago contop of Pino Mountain, in tho shadow vention. Tho conforonce is understood to of which our hotel was located. Arising at 4 o'clock in tho morning, wo havo resulted fn a decision to send in- -" started our upward Journey from the vitatlons at once to a number of side nearest tho river, wo ended tho prominent Progressives asklnir them climbing labor after going up 2,300 to meet with tho Republican nomineo feet, but it seemed that wo had done 10 uiscusb tne present situation and' about five miles in the effort. Wo the coming campaign. The list of crawled out upon a huge rock or cliff those to bo Invited will not bo mado from which wo could look qtraltflit publie tit present. down several hundred feet, and tho Hot)C3 To Utilize vews. WARREN G. HARDING CALVIN'COOLIDGE little city below U3 in the narrow valFriends of Sonator Harding "said ley appeared as a playhouse, a settle' Sonator Warren G Harding, of Marlon, Ohio, received the nomination ment in miniature. Tho vlow from, tonirbt that the proposed conferences on tho Republican ticket at tho conclusion of tho tenth bal- the peak of this llttlo mountain was would bo held beforo the nominee's; for Prcsldont, lot, after" a deadlock betweon Wood, Lowden and Johnson, which had lasted ttro most beautiful It has over been formal notification, which will be for a considerable length of time. Tho nomination came late Saturday af- our fortuno to behold, we could traco. some time after July 15. The senaternoon and tho break to Harding was headed by tho Kentucky delegation. tho swift moving Cumberland for tor, it was sdld, hopes to utilize tho Harding went Into tho Convention with C4 votes and with strong sentiment some distance bo Ji below an 1 above views expressed by the party leaders e.' for him among Scores and scores of tho delegates, yet the nomination went Tiuevllle, and tho narrow valleys and in the preparation of his speech gulches, over which mountains lifted Dark Horse as a to him Whilo some of tho meetings may-b- o Tho Head of tho Republican ticket Is a man of wide experience, and a their peaks as silent watches, werOt held beforo Mr. Harding leaves most lovable character, being considered by all who know him as a strong like the stars, almost too numerous prototype of tho late William McKinloy. As a youth, the first 14 years of his (o bo counted. 15 miles away, he Washington Monday, tho greater porlife was spent upon a farm, alternating between farm work and attending Piaiclo and other high, points form- tion are expected to take place whilo tho public schools, later entering Ohio Central College, nt Iberia, from which ing tho crest of4 tho Cumberlands ho is on his planned vacation. Tho visit of Mr. Brown today was could be seen through tho hazy ho was graduated. At tho ago of 19 Mr. Harding engaged In newspaper work, having per- morning snn, which was not at all regarded by political observers hero formed every service In that connection from "typo sticking" up. In 1884 ho tho best for rangy viewing, as our as significant.' In 1912 he was chair man of the Ohio State Progressiva acquired the Marlon Star, since which tlmo he has operated that paper with vision was thereby circumscribed. Going down, Gee! How we wished Committee and was active in the cam- marked success, having nover had a strike or any sort of difficulties with, his for some sort of elevator going bur palgn for Theodore Rooaovelt. He force of employes. Senator Harding will bo 55 years old November 2nd., Is a married "man, way. That Is whero the hurtful part was a delegate to the recent Chicago' trustee of Trlnty Baptist Church, of Marion, of which he is a member. He of mountain climbing comes in, It is convention and after tho defeat In tho has beon active in politics slnco 1899, having served in the Ohio Sonate, as in getting down again. At scores' of stato primary of Harry M. Daugh- Lieutenant Governor, and has been a member of the United States Senate points we were forced to feel our way, erty, of Columbus, the senator's camholding on to bushes and such things paign manager as a delegate-at-la- rs sinco 1914. Mass., who received tho as we could get our hands on, but we was selected as Mr. Harding's floor CALVIN COOLIDGE, Governor of tho State of ' nomination at tho hands of the Chicago Convention for Vice President on tho made the trip O. K.t coming off of manager. "I think you will find that tho any state with- the mountain from the side opposite ticket with Harding Is perhaps tho widest known Governor of in the Union, now serving in that capacity, duo largely to his action In the that on which we made the ascent, Progressive? will be behind Senator' Boston Police strike, which set tho whole country talking of him, and in but tired, hot, and hungry as a church Harding," Mr. Brown said as ho left the minds of thousands he at once became their ideal candidate for Presi- mouse. And alas, the dining room the senator's office. at the hotol was closed tor the morn dent. , Confers With Senators.. l Goycrnor Coolldge is a comparatively young man, having been born on ing. The hour was 9 and the lid to Indications that Mr. Harding, howgone on at 8:30. a farm near the village of Plymouth, Vt July 4, 1872, where bis early life the eats had We went to our room, cleaned up, ever, intends to ascertain the views ' was spent in farm work attending the village school and working In a store. He Is a graduate of Amherst College and his range of experience covers rested a few minutes and tho only of all leaders lnrthe party was conmost everything from City Councilman and Mayor to Governor of the great reason we failed to slide down the tained in bis announcement today of state of Mass. Ho is noted for being a man of fow words, In collego ho was banlstef to got back to the lower a conference last night attended T dubbed "Silent Cal Coolldge," yet he Is said to possess splendid powers of floor, was tho fact that there was Senators Lodge, Republican leader la oratory, or rather of argument. He Is ta student, a. deep thinker, strong on none there. The Judge made the tho Senate; Brandegee, of Connectiand I crawfishe- cut; Fall, of New Mexico, and Smoot, action and rather Independent by nature. A man sufficiently proportioned trip down sldc-wl- so Any of Utah. This meeting, at which tho tb servo tho Nation as Its chief executive. In his first race for Governor d- itt traveled down backward. his'majority was only 17,000 and as a candidate for it was 125,-0- 00 way you did It, it pulled leaders platform adopted in Chicago was dis cussed, is expected to be tho foreclear out and into pieces. and tho largest vote ever cast in Massachusetts. We grew up in a country of big runner of many similar Informal " hills, and tho Cumberland Mountains, meetings, OUR PILGRIMAGE Of fact, only small Harding also gave cdrisld-"W. P. HAYS ENTERS . aro, as a mutter Senator TO THE MOUNTAINS replicas of tho majestic Rockies and erable attention today to Ohio politiRACE FOR CONGRESS numerous, othor ranges, yet this, our cal matters, conferring, in addition ts first look at tho Cumberlands, mod' Mr. Brown, with W. L( Parmentor, of In company with Judge John B. 1st in magnitude, though mountains Lima, O., former state chairman. Tho Hon. W. P. Hays, of Bloomflold, Nelson County, was In Hartford Wed- Wilson tho writer was so fortunato beautiful to behold and as wo looked candidate mado public a loiter to nesday in the Interest of his candida- as to attend a, convention of the at them in silence tho inspiration be Secretary of State Smith, of Ohio, cy for tho Republican nomination for Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias of ing of pleasurable awosomness, we his petition for renom-inaticongress from tho Fourth District Kontucky, held in Pinevlllo, during ask as tho Republican candidate' and trust that our readers Willi Mr, Hays Is an intelligent and pros- Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. pardon this fooble attempt at portray- for senator at thovAugust primaries. perous farmer of Nelson County, and Pinevlllo is a thriving little city of ing a fow of our impressions on this Tho petition was filed on tho ove of fully competent to servo the district soino 3,500 as congenial and hospita- our first visit to Kentucky's most in- Mr. Harding's nomination for tho should ho roach tho goal to which he ble people ns can bo found this sldo teresting region of the Creator's presidency. aspires. In tho event of his nomlna-- . of anywhere. Tho city nestles be- handiwork. Shortly beforo tho senator left bis ttoo Mr. Hays promises to make a. tweon three or four mountains of otfico for tho day, General Pershing; thorough canvass of tho district and sorao 1,800 to 2,300 feet in height, called and remained In conference' TJIE LOT SALE. to leave nothing' undono, consistent with tho pnly routes of egress or Inwith him for about fifteen minutes. with honorable methods in order to gress following the gorges traversed "It was merely a social call," said by the Cumberland River, Straight win this fall. The big lot salo put on hero last tho general ns ho departed. "Tho Tho announcement of Mr. Hays Crsok or perhaps a small and not Saturday by tho Wakefield-Davi- s senator Is a very good friend qf mine. may bo found in this lssuo. much usod outlet to tho South-wes- t. Realty Co., of Shelbyvlllo, was not as Tljo dolugo of congratulatory tele c Tho L. & N. R. R. and tho Boone Inrgely attonded as is common in grams and letters which bogan coin FORMER, OHIO COUNTY Highway both enter through tho gap sales of this character, duo to farm- cident with the nomination, continuYOUTH EARNS HONORS in n do by the Cumberland River and ers and othors being so unusuall' ed today. Altho tho nomineo arrived by the two routes or methods, tho backward with their work.The weath-o- r at his office early and remained loj.o, only real way Into and out of the Tho name of Ltnden Thomas was ideal for farm work, and ns additional help had to be obtained to , In tho Louisville Times Tues- little mountain town is afforded .But a consequence comparatively few of clear away tho great mass of correday as tho winner of tho Dost Effort, no ono would caro to go by any othor that class woro present, yot tho con- spondence, f" by tho Times foV each route, for theroon lies tho prlnclplo cern disposed of the enUro proper:y, prlzo offered Among tho telegrams received dur-- '' of tho Loulsvlllo schools. Linden is and chief works of nature, not in her consisting of approximately 40 acres lug the day was ono from Thomas the son of Mr. and Mr3. J. H. Thomas largest, but most assuredly, in ex- known as tho McIIonry property and Taggart, tho Indiana Democratic leadand was a student at St. Mai) .Ungdn-lono- 's ceedingly ottractivo form. formerly owned by Mr. John A. Duke er and candidate for senator. parochial school. Tho prize Every individual Itnving any sort Tho Pinovlllo Knights chartered a "I desire to take this opportunity carries a medal. delegates and of, business transaction with tho to congratulate you upon your nomi train and took tho visitors to Mlddlesborough, 13 miles, Realty Company gives those con- nation," said Mr. Taggart. "It was MRS ROWAN TUCKER distant, the whole of which Is thru nected with It strpng recommenda- cortalnly a great victory for you, I Mrs. Rowan Tucker died at her tho most picturesque portion of tho tions for straight and fair dealing. remember with much pleasuro your homo nenr Hoflln, early last Saturday Cumborlnnds found within that sec- Those in attendance wero entertain- many klndnosao3 while in tho Sonato. morning, or tuberculnr trouble. Sin tion of tho throe states cornering at ed by music furnished by the "in and I havo said repentedly that If wa had been In poor health for qulto a Cumberland pass, thru which Daniel gantown Baud, and a first class lunch had to havo. a Republican President, long time. Burial of tho ' remqlns Boono entered' the. dark and bloody was served on the grounds, by the. that you wouid bo my first choice." A letter of congratulation took placo at Now Bethel, Sunday at grounds through Virginia, from tne Ladles of the M.. E. Church, so tliq from Mrs. Tuckor is survived Carolines. Hero, o'er shadowing tho day was all that could be dealred by Rear Admiral William S. Sims also 11 o'clock. was received. pass Is the piaiclo, tho lUghist pulat f'.hoso presont. by her husband and fivo children. l, IepBli emmqnp ira- Prcsadle Ys WP155 r ni&r' sf e ' -- ofac-coptauc- v 1 . -- ""N. " on - with-drawl- - i HARDING IS DELUGED WITH FELICITATIONS . i Friends Anil Neighbors Stay Up To Extend . Welcome 9 '"K 4, Pi V n It' m Jrf--' ic.' N B. K n busy day today, receiving tho con- gratulatlons of friends and clearing up pending matters in connection with his senatorial duties. Ho found time, however, .to play a round of golf at a neighboring country Club. Tho Republican nominee announced that for the present ho would havo no statement to make. Ho reached his office shortly before noon, after posing for tho moving picture, men, was given an Informal reception by Sanato omploycs. Ho seemed In tho Iiolght of good humor and whllo posing for tho moving picture men, kept up a running fire of humorous comment. Hundreds of Telegrams. At his office the Senator found sev-orhundred telegrams ot congratulation as well as a large batch ot were mall. Among the telegrams messages from his father, Dr. Qeorgo Harding, and sister, Abigail, sending congratulations and love, and from former President Taft, Charles B. Huges, Senator Hiram Johnson and Governor Coolidge, the Senator's running mate; Senator Knox and a number of others. Other messages received were from Senator Pomerenc, Democrat, of Ohio nnd Representative and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, of Ohio. al Juno 14. Senator Washington, Warren G. Harding, tho Republican presidential nominee, who arrived hero last night from Chicago, put In tho honor becauso of tho part played by tho Pennsylvania delegation in Tho bringing about tho nomination. train was two hours late, but tho crowd which had gathered nt tho station listened to tho boys practlco tho airs .they Intor playod when tho train arrived, and waited patiently until tho party camo through tho gates. Going to his homo, Senator Harding drovo by tho White House. On cither side of his automobile rodo two motorcycle policemen nnd closo behind camo another automobllo flllod with secret service men. Senator Harding rocelvcd tho following telegram from Col. William Cooper Procter, of Cincinnati, ono of the managers of tho Wood campaign. "Sorry I missed seeing you hero thnt I might congratulate you in person on victory that crowned your plucky fight." A correspondent of a French nows-papor ZIONIST GATHERING Justlco Ilrmiilcls And Party Off For Jiondou Conference. Now York, Juno IS Tho first group of American delegates to tho International Zionist Conference which convenes lu London, July i, leaves hero today tor England on tho In all thero will Btcamor Paplnnd. Amorlcnn delegates to bo thlrty-nln- o this conforenco, considered a momentous gathorlng. Tho others will lcavo for England next Saturday. In tho party going todny aro Justlco Louis D. Drandols of tho United States Supreme Court, honorary president of tho Zionist Organization ot Amorlca; Judge Julian W. Mack of tho United States District Court, president of the organization; Nathan Straus, Mrs. Mary Fols, Jacob do Haas, Zionist oxecutivo socrotnry; Louis Llpsky, organization secretary; Prof. Felix Frmlkfurtor of Harvard; Cnpt. Arbrahnm Tulin and David Roscnbloom. Tho first world Zionist conferenco held In six ycare slnco tho outbreak of the war, tho forthcoming" convention is considered of importance becauso it will deal with tho practical problem of the establishment of the DeleJewish National Homeland. gates will attend from every country in Europe, Palestine, Argentine, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Mrs. Drandcis, Mrs. Mack and Mrs. Straus are accompanying their husbands. Mr. and Mrs. Straus will continue on to Pnlestlno to inspect tho many philanthropies they have started there and to investigate the establishment of such others as thoy deem necessary to help carry out Zionist reconstruction plans. , Will help you to catch up with your farming. Buy sought to present to Senator Harding a scries of questions, but tho Senator declined to consider thorn. Howovor, ho did say to tho correspondent: "If I become tho Chief Executive of this nation I4can assure you that I will foster tho spirit of friendship with France." 9- one, run it day and night, keep water and the proper oils and greases in it and it won't get tired. Shortage of farm help and irregular seasons make the use of tractors imperative. Henry Ford & Son make the tractor best suited to our medium size farms. There is no doubt about it, the Fordson Tractor is the best Tractor made for the money it costs. BUY A FORD-SON. - 15et Remedy for Stoinnch Trouble. "I am pleased to havo the opportunity to say a good word for Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Mamie Ilertel, of Moberly, Mo. "I think they are tho best remedy for stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation I havo ever used. I havo tak en them off and on for two or thrco years and they always relieve indigestion, tone up the liver andmakc me m feel fine. Good Plows, Good Harrows, Good Corn Planters, Manure Spreaders, , Cultivators. We can give you the best to be had, and the best AviirrnsnuitG IS HEFUSKI) PARDON jailer m tt :f i i) arriving at the capital tho SenJail sen'pneo, since Governor ator visited tho Senato barber shop Morrow has Tofuscd to pardon him, seo Elder Sims, ono of the negro to and ho will at once b'.comr. an "inbarbcra. own Jail b.istlle ot who prays for me, mate" in his "He's the barber d ami which he is the Senator Harding said. "It did me qualified keeper. Eighteen months good to see him." ago Whitakor went on a ramp: ge, atSenator Harding declared that being tho presidential candidate was tacking former Judge Sam Collins, Tolivcr, Wiley "more strenuous than anything I have Sheriff James on and others the streets lio ever known." was arrested, fined and given a Message to Coolidge. In jail ' e carJail sentence. Senator Harding sent replies today ried his own key and unlocked the to a number of the telegrams of con According gratulation. This message went to door, walking to liberty. to Governor Morrow, Whitaker must Governor Coolidge: abide by tho dictates of tho court and "Thank you for your message. Your serve his sentence. selection for tho vice presidency has Whitaker two years ago became an strengthened our ticket by adding a truly great and trusted American. I author, writing a book, "Life in the Kentucky Mountains," which met a am honored by the association." large sale. In tho Another telegram congratulating War he became intimately acquainSenator Harding upon his success was ted with Colonel Roosevelt. Whitasigned Warren G. Harding, 1990 Ar ker marched alongside of Colonel thur Avenue, New York. It was Roosovelt up San Juan Hill and won said that the signer was not related fame as a Rough Rider. to the nominee. Whitaker is a candidate tor county It is understood that the Ohio judge next year, and it is believed will make no definite plans for in will win. He is unusually-populahis campaign until after his official the mountains. notification of his nomination, wheh will be made at his home in Marion. If you havo the itch, don't scratch. While resting before going to his It does not cure the trouble and home the Senator expects to dovote makes the skin bleed. Apply BALconsiderable time to the preparation LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it ot his spech accepting the nomination. in gently on tho affected parts. It Ho has not yet determined where ho relieves itching Instantly and a few will go for his rest. applications removes The cause thus Accompanied by Mrs. Harding, his performing a permanent cure. Price secretary, George C. Schustlan, and a 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle Sold small group of Senators, Senator by Ohio County piug d. m Harding arrived here a few minutes CIVILIANS MAY FIA after midnight and wont directly to his homo on Wyoming Avenue. While tho Boy Scout band of Oil Aviation In England Is no longer On tli-- j lera'iv-e'ecte.Ion-kins th Whitesburg, Ky Juno 10. Jailer Fcss Whitoker will serve his th Itoozc Is Not a Good Cure. (From tho Ames Iowa Intelligencer ) When a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and declares ho wiP dlo In your presence unless you procure him a drink of whiskey, send him to a doctor or else give him a dose of Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. There is a mistaken notion among a whole lot of people that booze is the best remedy for n colic and stomach ache. o LEAGUE IS MAIN PLANK FOR THE DEMOCRATS declaraSan Francisco, June D.-- -A tion in favor of ratification of the treaty ot Versailles will be tho main plank in tho Democratic platform, according' to Homer S. Cummlngs, oaalimnn ot the Democratic national committee, who arrived hero late last night to prepare for tho national convention. "What other big, constructive planks will he built into tho plitlorm is not for me to say at '.his tlrju," he said. only costs a little more than the medium and poor. Everything in stock now ready to deliver, but the man who waits to the last minute nearly always gets left. Get busy now, get everything bought and out to your farm ready, so you won't lose a minute when your soil will do to work. We are ready with the Implements and the Tractors, with competent men to show you how to use them and take care of you. We are the Ford Agents. au-thoriz- ed Spanish-America- n Sen-ut- dr r THE GIFT OF SEEING llOTII WAYS AT ONCE ' 1i City, Penn., sounded a noisy welcome, the Senator and his party made their way through tho cheering group at the .station, pausing just long enough for two flashlight pictures to ho taken an incident that was repeated upon Ills arrival at his home. Neighbors Stay Ui To Soo Hint Congratulations upon his nomination continued to reach Senator Harding at his offlco, while at his homo Wrs Harding was the recipient of numoious enthusiastic messages from their personal friends. Pictures talc-a- n when1 tho nominee reached his home Include Mrs. Harding. Many of the neighbors bad remained up to witness the homecoming and their greeting was Ilko that given by tho crowd at tho station. Inez McWhor-te- r, tho Harding's negro cook, was In the van ot those who rushed to welcome them. Her extended hand was grasped by both Senator and Mrs. Harding, while an opon Biiillo Illuminated lior face. Tho Senator thanked those who had gathorod to welcome them, but nothing in tho naturo of a statement was mado by him cither there or at the station. Among those who accompanied thu Senator from Chicago wore Senators Lodge ot Massachusetts, Republican londer; Smoot ot Utah, Polndoxtor of Washington, Smithorland of West Virginia, Hall of oil?" Delaware and Fernald ot Maine. "Nope, worked a oouplo if seasons OiihiI Walts Two Hours. In thu Kansas wheat Maids." St. The Hoy Scout band whloh was Louis t. ili oon to welcome Senator Hurding we lp Washington on a sightseeing trip and when its presence was called FOR FLETCHER'S ta thB attention of those arranging lagiqptlpn it was selected tor fur ihg air-por- ts tor-wa- rd Clobc-Domoora- Nature has endowed somo animals with tho power of seeing objects behind as well as in front of them, without turning their heads. It is a gift of course Intended for their protec tion, and why a similar mcacs of avoiding perils from behind was not accorded to man cau, perhaps, only bo explained on the theory that it would have marred his beauty. The hare possesses this power nt seeing both ways, to a marked degree. Its eyes aro prominent and placed laterally. Its visual accomplishment is very noticeable in coursing, for o limited to the army nnd navy. An tho greyhound is muto whllo runact has been passed "freeing tho air ning, tho hare Is ablo to judge to a to civilians" and $16,000,000 has nicety tho exact moment which will been appropriated to encourage civil be best for It to exorcise Itself to tho Regulations covering civil utmost to avoid capture. aviation. aviation have been issued which peoHorses, furnish another example of ple must be thoroughly familiar with hindsight. It is only necessary to before they aro permitted to fly. watch a horse driven without "bllnl-ers- " Tho Drltlsh are doing their best to to observe this. Let the driver capture the air supremacy. A world even attompt to tako tho whip from and wide network of the socket, and If the horso Is used to is being laid out which Is in- tho work, ho will hit pace at once. tended to dupltcato tho present world Tho giraffo, which is a very timid system of Dritlsh sea traffic. It Is creature, is approached with tho utplanned ot havo the' system fio or- - j most difficulty, becauso of Its power ganlzed that it may he easily con- through tho way Its eyes aro placed verted from civil to military uses in of seeing as well behind ns In front. case of war. And many othor examples might bo ie cited to prove this particular advanCut Tills Out And Tuko It With You tage ot dumb animals over man. A man otton forgets tho exact name m of tho urticle ho wishes to purchase PARISIANS EAT ZOO ANIMALS. and as a lust resort takos something elso instead. That Is always disapMeat dealers in Paris an selling pointing and unsatisfactory. The to tho public tho flesh o( animals safo way is to cut this out and tako that are not usually used as food. It with you so as to mako sure of A huge lioness was .killed a few getting Chaiuborlain's Tablots. You days ago and choice cuts ot It were will find nothing quite so satisfactory sold on tho market. Camels' moat for constipation and lndigostlon. m also bus boon eaten. Tho animals "Whoso tine hcme is that on tho bolonged to a circus which bought thorn from a zoo but was unable to hill yondor?" stand tho oxponso of feeding them. "That Is the residence of Air. o ft our woalth'est citizen." ARMOUR COMPANY FILED "How did ho make his nonoy?' In al-thair-lan- es Brick Garage, equipped with all the latest machinery to repair successfully all Ford automobiles and Tractors. You have something substantial behind your purchases here. Don't take a desperate chance; play safe and buy at this store. up-to-da- We have a new te n E..Pft BarnesKy. Beaver Dam, I from tho Chaulmoogra oil. Tho NEW TREATMENT FOR IiEPROSY SUCCESSFUL treatment has been carried on at tho Leprosy Investigation Station at Kal-lh- l, Tho United States Public Health Hawaii, tho work being dlrectol Service has reports of what appears by Dr. J. T. McDonald, director of to bo a cure for leprosy, it was an- tho station. Tho results ot tho oreat-ine- nt nounced by Surgeon General Hugh thus far havo been so satisfacS. Gumming yesterday. tory that lepers come willingly for Thus ono of tho world's most treatment, a recent inspection by regarded as a Hawaiian health authorities '"'' maladies, dreaded hopeless and incurable scourge ot to dlscloso a single secreted caso of humanity since early history, would Joprosy. Following a courso of seom to havo been conquered by of- treatment, extending over about a ficers of tho Public Health Service year, 48 lepers, treated according to in tho lepor colony In tho Hawaiian the new methods, were paroled in October, 1919. Up to now thoy Islands. For eomo years tho bollot has have remained froo from disease. At been gaining ground that leprosy the present tlmo tho treatment ha6 could bo cured, and encouraging been admlnlstred only at tho receivprogress was mado by several inves- ing station, but it Is hoped to provldQ tigators. Tho starting point for this facilities for tho treating also of study was tho observation that now lepers in tho leper colony at Molo-ka- i. and then the courso of the dlsoaso Surgeon General Cumming's anappeared to bo favorable Influenced by treatmont with chaulmoogra oil. nouncement relates to lepers who The treatment, however, was at- havo been trcatod by tho new moth-o- d and havo been under observatended with many difficulties- - and could not bo carried out in all cases. tion for a considerable period. At this point tho Public Health Moreover, tho decision as to apparof ent cure has, in tho caso of each Servico enlisted tho Prof. L. E. Doan, head of tho chem- patient, boon ofllclally determined, ical department ot tho College of not by olllcor8 of tho Public Hoalth Hawaii, and president ut that in- Service but by a special parolo board, stitution, suggesting that attempts which alone has authority to disbo mado either to isolato tho actlvo charge a pationt from custody. constituent of this drug, or doyiso Tho Public Hoalth Service is now means for making its continued ad- conducting a very careful study of ministration fonslblo. Tho latter the treatment, making detailed rechas been apcomplishod by preparing ords of nil tho cases and taking what Is known ns un "othyl 'ester" photographs of tho legions onco a ( L Bro. Details concerning bo published month. treatmont will near future. tho in tho ness of tho muscles, aching Joints and find It difficult to movo without pain try mussaging tho affected parts with Chamborlaln's Liniment. It will tho pain and make rest and sloop possible. ni For (ho Heller or Rheumatic I'nlni. When you havo stiffness nnd sore- - "You advortlso this ns tho host hotel in town." said tho map who had staed over night. "It ceifninly 1c," replied :ho clerk. "Well thnt may bb a good boost for , tho hotel, but it's u .orrtfio knock for tho town " Lest m Transcrlp: INFLUENZA fev starts with a Cold Kill Jtho Cold. At tho neeza tako Wf flrt JW8$ A i V It ILL'S C&t!RAfc(PNIN 'wy OftopiiBfc Standard cold remedy for 20 yati in lauict lormtaie, sure, dd epiaies oreaics up a cola in z noun relieves crip in J aayi. lloni-- f back if it (ailt. The Ceni Ino bor bai a Red lip i picture. vnui )J VfcgV i'. At All Drug Star i?i Ohildren dry CASTO R !A Tlio Armour Grain Co., of Chicago recently paid n fine of $1,000 for adulterating a shipment pt oats. When 35 cars ot oats from tho company reached llaltimoro in 1914 for loading on a vessel it was. found that barley had boon mixed with tho oats to increase tho weight. fttflUMB i W win i 0 A" KJfA thoro Id no suggestion that ho is net- -' lvely approving or supporting tho DAY, HE STATES movement launched In his bohnlf. Domocrnts point out that tho fact that Sonator Warren, of Wyoming Is has led don. Pershing's father-in-la"Tanlac Soon Had Me Feel- to tho Impression that Gen. Pershing ing just Like a Different Is n Republican, but that this Impression Is without foundation in fact. Man," Says Phillip Dcppc. Announcement of tho movement to mnko don. Pershing tho Democratic presidential nomlnoo follows closely upon tho nows thnt tho general will "It was a lucky day for mo whoa I started taking Tnnlac," said Phillip shortly retire from tho active list of tho army. o, Doppo, 807 East Market streot, o Ky n well known plumber, Teething babies nlways linvo a hard who has been In the omployco ot P. tlnio of it when thlti process occurs in A. Voglo & Son, for many years. hot weather. Thoy not only havo to "Why, I actually gained eight pounds In weight In two weeks tlnio contend with painful gums but tho when I began taking K and tho bene- stomach Is dlsordorcd, bowels looso tho fits I have received from it aro llttlo and holp body uncomfortable Tho you can glvo tho llttlo suf-forbest For tho past short ot marvelous. is McQco's Ilaby Elixir. It cortwo years I had suffered sovoroly rects sour stomach, cools nnd qulots from stomach trouble. After ovcry helps digestion. Prlco meal what I nte began to sour and I tho bowels and 2Cc and GOc per bottlo. Sold by would tasto It for hours, and thoro County Drug Co. m was n heavy, Indlgcstablo feeling In Ohio mm my stomach, I often had terrlblo dizzy spells whon I would becomo very CUTS NEW TEETH WHEN HE IS 81 YEAIIS OLD weak, and at times I had to grab hold of something to keep from fallTho ndngo that thero is nothing ing. Also about n year ago I began now under tho sun has been disprovIn my to suffer with, rhoumatlsm ed by N. D. Starr, 88 'North Third arms and legs, which pained mo all Street, who has cut a third set 'of tho tlnio, and often my muscles seem- teeth at tho ago of 84, when, usurrl-ied to just draw Into knots and it was tho only now molars, bicuspids, an effort for mo to get around. Then, etc., thnt can bo achieved aro those too, I was bothered a great deal from purchased from a dentist, Kays tho constipation, for which I had to alMemphis Commercial Appeal. ways bo taking some sort of laxative. Mr. Starr, who is Jn tho employ of "I tried" many different treatments tho Memphis Artesian Waters Comany and medicines without getting pany, recently found himself in need relief, and had become vory much of a set ot theso artificial subi'ltntci discouraged, but when I saw where for tho teeth provided by naturr Jlut Tnnlac had benefited so many others when he v<ed his dentist tho price bo-Iwho described their condition as was too high, and ho dec Id od to go similar to mlno I decided to glvo toothless. However, through one ot it a trial. Well sir, It Just scorned tho unaccountablo happenings which to fit my cose exactly, and wont right sometimes upset all rules, Mr. Starr after my troubles nt once, and soon discovered that ho was cutting 12 I was feeling a different man. I now now tcoth. They aro almost through haven't a traco of stomach trouble, now, although they are not vory uso-fu- l can cat onythlng I want and very-thiyot, owing to the fact that his agrees with mo perfectly. My gums aro sore, in a fashion, familiar appetite is great nnd I enjoy what I to nil mothers of teething infants, or eat moro than I havo in years. Tho to boys and girls whose second teeth rhoumatlsm left mo almost as soon as aro replacing their bal.y teeth, and I began taking Tanlac, I never have oven to tho older boys and girls who a pain of any kind and can get about proudly announce "I'm cutting a wisas good na I ovor could. In fact, I dom tooth." feol bettor in ovor respect than I Dentists doubtless will contend that have In years, nnd as I owo It all to such things cannot happen. But Mr. Tanlac I am only too glad to recom- Starr knows that ho now has teeth mend it to evorybody.". Morewhore no tcoth were before. Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr over, he says his eyesight is better L. D. Dean, In Horse Branch by Ola-to- n than It was several years ago, and Drug Co., In Itockport by Jaiues that so far from his vigor being im Drowning, in Cromwell by Wnllaco paired by advancing years, hq feels & Tortcr, In Heaver Dam by It. T. strongor and moro youthful than ho Taylor, Jr., nnd in McIIcnry, by S. did when ho waa 70. J. TIchenor. Advertisement. AND RADICALIsSl. 1LL1TEHACV CLOCK KEEPS BOTH TIMES. w Lou-IstIUor y, ng WAS HIS LUCKY In tho Democratic party, although fir ujujuvutUMn wifiemHnnsmHM jHiiiMWM Get Goodyear Tire Economy for That Smaller Car , ,Sr autoJust as owners of the highest-price- d mobiles get greater 'mileage and economy out of Gqodyear Tires, so can the owners of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear advantages. i j a r The and 31x4inch sizes of Goodyear Tires are built to afford a moncyfc worth in performance and satisfaction which only the utmost in experience, resources 30x3-- , 30x3V&-- , and care can produce. This extraordinary money's worth begins not only with the meritof these tires, but also with the first cost, which in most cases is no greater, and sometimes actually is less, than that of other makes of the same types 4 f P Wml ill in !B ' ifenf ' of tires. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford, Chevrolet,Dort,MaxweII,or other cars taking these sizes. He is ready to supply you Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the same time. Eli ' E 1 fl S ' WlPk . Fabric, AlIAVcathcr Tread '' 30x3V5 Goodyear Tread Fabric, Anti-Skid 58' if " " " i iR. R! I , 30jc3' Goodyear Double-Cur- e a-- ZJ 50 7 Single-Cur- l II Z1 en Goodyear Heavy Tourl't Tubes arc thick, strongtubes that reinforce casincs properly. Why risk a Rood casing with a hvar ttihinf f ;nmiuf.ir Hi.nw l niinsf wthf'8 cctst little nnre than tubes of less merit. 30jc3V6 size in water- - cAZQ proof bag jgj . J jJ v.. , "ml''T!!!wmnmaMMimnmxmZmMmtA Mir hi i mii IIIIH -- mi IIIIIIIBIII1IBIIIIIIIMI n m- i- .iW1niiiwiiii''"a'"" II II " 83' iff A u Another confirmation of tho fact To do away that radicalism and illiteracy inarch with having to answer' an avalancho together hand in hand comes from of questions dally as to whether hl3 Italy, whoro tho conservative and edclock was sot on standard or daylight ucated citizens have formed nn orIn saving tlnio, L. W. Thompson, ganization of vigilantes to combat tho charge of tho Main Streot trolley spread of Bolshevik and soviet ideas. waiting room at Noank, has devised Wo aro told that tho problem of radia scliemo whereby a glanco nt tho cal repudiation of government insticlock will glvo tho correct tlnio re- tutions and property rights Is most gardless of which tlino tho porson ncuto in Southern Italy, where the may ho using. percentage of lllltorn'cy runs ns high By adding nn extra hour hand to as 76. Itussla, of course, presents tho faco of tho tlmepieco nnd setting tho most distressing example of tho It ono hour ahead of standard time sproa'd of radical thought, and thero both variotie3 of tlnio aro shown by tho Illiterates numbor 75 p6r c$nt or tho ono clock, no adding or subtract- moro of tho people. ing an hour being required. Boston It ought to bo obvious thnt no ono Globe. whoso mind has been broadened and In tho acquirement of disciplined A regulnr morning operation of the knowledge could bo deluded into tho bowels puts you In flno shnpo for tho belief that a dead level ot equality in day's work. If you miss It you fool material possessions might bo mainuncomfortable and cannot put vim tained by law. This being so, it into your momacints. For all bowol ought also to be evident that moro Irregularities HERBINE is tho reme- and hotter schools rather than armies dy. It purlfios', strengthens and or other forces ot repression will be Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio tho best solution of this urgent and ni nionaclng problem1:8 Commercial ApCounty Drug Co. a it peal. START DARK HOUSE BOOM 1'OIt PERSHING ui,uiH TimrjAiiH WILL HUNT CAKUSO GEMS Now York, Juno 10. A,dark horso East Hampton, N. Y.. Juno 13 A boom for Gen. Pershing for tho Demprivate ocratic presidential nomination was pick and shovel brigade ofbegin a hero today. It was an- detectives tomorrow will sot In motion 100-acnounced that Edward E. Goltra, na- systematic search of tho committeeman estato ot Enrlca Caruso hero in a fiDomocratic tional hiding placo from Missouri was in Washington nal effort to discover tho Lflf ?G0O,00O worth of Jewels that today to invito Qon. Pershing to tho San Francisco convention wero stolen from the tenor's homo guest of a big Missouri delega- several days ago. as a The detectives plan to dig up ev tion on a special train. l, ery saunro yard of earth on tho Gon. Pershing Is a native oi and tho men behind this movo-mo- grounds, they announced, being con say ho is eligible tor nomination fident that tho, missing Jowela aro as a Democrat although lip has no secreted within tho estate Guards wero doubted tonight as a doflnlto party nllgnmont. pdrty has arrangod to result of threats mado against mem Tho Goltra Misbors of the family, and also to frusInvite prominent native sons ot that among those trate It was said, any attempt that souri, and It Is said Socrotary of Stato Colby has already might ho mado to romovo tho Jewels carry accepted. Augustus Thomas, play- from their hiding place and wright and orator, also a Mlssourlan thorn off, prosont Gen. Nono of the employes is being perIs booked, It is said, to mitted to leave tho grounds. Pershing's namo to tho convention. . t Thoro appeared llttlo doubt that "Oh, Mrs. Icks, I'm so upset! Our today was announcement horo tho to llttlo Johnny's lostl" timed dcllborately with roforonco "Woll, 'o'U bo found all right. Evcontho situation In tho Itopubjlcan orybody about 'qro knows 'ini." Chicago. vention at "Nobody'll know Mm today 'co3 dur-ln- g It Is known that Gun. Pershing washed 'lm." Loudon Passwook ha? boon In confer- I'vo Just thtflast leading factors ing Show, -' ence with some of the Now London, Conn. rog-ulatc- s. ro at-to- nd nun-sournt -- fmorco, they are conducting negotia tions faco to faco with the diplomats department of ours at of the world's most expanded world This state as Washington seems to belong more to empire. Now it is announced that the to America. a result of theso negotiations a faction in Russia than government has been authorizEvery few days, out of the tomb In soviet with Kornlloy and ed to open immediately a central tradwhich It lives ing office in London, thero to exKalendlnes and Kerensky and conversation change Russian goods for tho wares It issues another In which It tells us once moro that of British traders. Mr. Bakhmetev is still by our the Soviets ot Russia aro on their last lees. Is our stato department act by our state department's act Or is it tho custodian of tho supplies bought working for us Americans? In America for Russia in 1017 with working for its Russian friends? department has put peo-pl- o American public money loaned to the Tho state Into its Russian division who by Korensky Ritssinn government out ot marriage or by executive ties of so- tho American public treasury. Mr. Kerensky's ambassador cial acquaintance In Russia antisoviet Bakhmetev Is still the custodian of tho cash circles wero Just about as aristocratic likely as Kolchalc himself to be ablo secured by the selling of those supto take a cool and candid American plies. Ho lives on his continued diview of tho contending factions In tho plomatic recognition by our state deRussian civil war. With tho holp of partment. For two and a half years our state such people, and with the help of its own prehistoric preserved Russian department lias maintained a Russian Ambassador Bakhmotov, out ot tho embassy which is nothing but its own stono-dea- d ago of Keronsky, our stato Russian annex of favorite Russian department has spent two nnd a half factlonsists, and for two and a half yoars putting last legs on tho Rus years our stato department has been sian Soviets that is, on Mr. Bakh - j continuously wrong on tho facts and on the developments ot tho facts in metev's Russian enemies. But Mr. Bakhmetov's Russian on- - Russia. Tho question horo is not, Should omlos seoni to bo ablo to make won quesderful uso of all tho last logs that M wo recognize the Soviets? Tho can send tion horo is, Should wo got the facts? and our stato department Wo aro kept from tho facts by a them. On last legs, the Russian So delegates Russian embassy representing a Rusreceiving viets aro now bottoms from the British labor movement at sia which exists only at the to recelvo of- ot glasses on tables of luxurious exiles Moscow and aro about We are kept f ficial political delegates from Czecho- In Washington. On last legs they are in tho facts by a Russian division of the slovakia. receipt of tho equivalent "of govern- American state department which mental recognition from Italy. On tolls us that tho Soviets are falling un last legs thoy havo run several hun- til they fall securely Into tho hands dred miles to a conquest ot the oil ot British traders) Wo Americans need a state departwells of Baku and Boveral thousand to a conquest of most ot Si- ment which is not so good for Mr. miles beria and thou back, westward again, Bakhmetev nnd not so good for tho across Asia, and across a third of Eu- British, but Is better for America rope to a now war with Poland in tho and for the truth.Chicafio Oilly News mm course of which tho Polish government is already obliged tb adopt a budget calling for expenditures which FOR FLETCHER'S are at least six times as largo as 1U rA revenues. t Abovo nil, however, tho Russian Ho (admiring a vase of flowera) sovlotB havo taken their latest con signment of last legs from Washing- Aro thoy not beautiful? up you ton and Have Jumped on thorn nil the know they remind mo of you. fahe Hut thoy are artlflclnl. way to London; and thoro, through He Alittyos, but you'd navtr Know their representative Gregory Kras. and coin- - t. Boston Transcript sin, thtlr minister ot trado EDITORIAL COMMENT Kol-chak, and for the purpose ot obtaining cash, thus combatting the serious sitwhole uation presented by tho money marGeneral reductions in the Appeals. sale price Qt shoes wero announced ket. Commercial by the Carru- yesterday afternoon that are affected by Children V.'Mia the re thers Shoe Cntnpau pale and sickly and liable proporiJon to worms aro ductions ars small In to contract some latnl disease. tho high prl;o ot shoes, they cover WHITE'S CItEAM VERMIFUGE exstyles. Tho prices all grades and pels worms promptly and puts tho have been cut from 25 cents to $1.50 child on the mad to health. Prlco according to Ewlng per pair, and 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County president of the concern, Drug Co. m , the higher grades registered tho greatest, decline. PSYCHOLOGY DOESN'T WORK "Tho peoplo havo quit buying good3," aid Mr. Carruthers Experience of business houses in yesterday, "and their determination classifying their employees accordto economize will gradually force tho ing to Intelligence and alertness testa prices pf shoes and other things down has not proved satisfactory This, to a reasonable basis. Tho public was brought out at tho annual meetshoes and ing ot the National Association ol now wants middle-clas- s they refuse to buy the higher priced Corporation Schools, where a comgrades. This fact, toaihc-- with tho mittee reported that tho results from tight money market, has forced phoo the psychological tests had not Justimerchants throughout the United fied the oxponse Incurred by the comStates to cut their prices. St. Louts mercial concerns using them. dealers'thls week announced substantial reductions and tho tendency toSHOE TRICES CUT. Car-ruthe- rs, hlqh-prlc- ed r Children Cry CASTO R wards lower shoo prices seems general throughout tho country. Wo are making a general reduction In pricqs at present, and even greater declines may come within tho next few weeks.' II. C. Yeakers, sales manager and purchasing agent for Goodbar & Com pany, said last night that his firm l nteA ntamnlnt Inf-- n fllfcrht rpflllC- tfon in shoo prices. He sold the new price schedule, which Is now undor preparation, will provide for an average docreaso of fc or 9 por cent from tho present prices. Mr. Yeakers agreed with Mr. Car ruthers that the reduction is caused by refusal of the peoplo to buy tho higher prjeed articles. He said there will bo llttlo cutting of prices of the lower grade shoes, but that tho great est reduction will bo mado In tho higher and fancy grades. Mr. Yeak-or- s said that his now price schedule will show a reduction ot from 15 cents to $2.50 per pair. Both dealers declared tho new prices will havo no lmmodiato effect upon the retail price, becauso tho retailor bought his stock before the reductions were mado. Tboy said that most retaileis are overstocked with shoos iiml that In many instnncaa they art cutting prleefi in ordor to .get the surplus stock off their hands. Lsii!L!s4 Greater Vi v Vs fjC-- X Pride in 'YburHome You can't help taking a greater pride in your home when it's spick and span in a brand-necoat of w c DUTCH BOY, WHITE-LEAD and pure linseed oil. .This paint costs less, figured by the gallon, square yard, or yeariof ttrvice, As it is mixed to order; you can have the exact color you want. We use only and our prices aie right. May vte estimate on your workf. SV9 tJt turot attf yea fai alt; hie'i-grals . ' J, C. CASEBIER ' Hartford, Ky, ij i I I J 1 I- - t a r M h u t ,V- i fI is said that money talks, tut In this Instance It mado entirely too much nolso. Mr, Lowdon may novo boon and wo bcllovo that ho. was freo and I'uMMirtl Weekly by JIAUTFOHI) PRINTING COMPANY blamcloss of wrong doing, yet so ' much talk mado his nomination not Incorporated only dangerous but Impossible. Without a lot of publicity of tho right AV. S. TINSI.MV, Editor charactor no man stands much chance nnd Iliislncvs Maunder. of being tho nominee for any great according to latf nt tho office, except ho may secure It thru Entered method, ad did Senarostoffico, Hartford, Ky., as Mall the dark-hors- o matter of tho second class. tor Harding. Tho Harding forces spent nothing, comparatively speakto ing, and ho did not got very far In Address all communications instructed voto Tho Hartford Republican. tho Dixie of Louisville, Ky., will Music Had It not boon for tho organization In behalf of and tho immense, amount NOTICE TO SUHSCIUHERS You to miss All I Subscribers desiring tho paper sont of publicity matter put out, by means "A to a new address must slvo tho old of what appeared to bo an almost unaddress In making tho request. limited supply of money back of Business Locals and Notices 10c Wood and Lowdon, Johnson would -. por lino, and 8c per lino for each adhavo undoubtedly gono into tho Conditlonal Insertion. ventlon. Ho Is undoubtedly thp .4..jH444:HH-4Ht4HH"K44l4HM-4Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards vention with by far, tho largest inof. Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for structed vote, duo to his aggressivestrongest candldato tlmtyCcmld havo STRAY STREAKS money each head lino and slgnautre, boon nominated, his strength was nil acquaintance. ness and Natlon-wld- o In advance. tho timo known to tho party lcadors, (By Fluko McFluko.) Church Notices for services freo, It is our prediction that tho dollar but their final action was delayed by but other advertisements, le por will bo far more quiet in tho next word. tho Primary favorites. Presidential cam says ho kotched will A. Rial ,0t John Anonymous communications paign, and it is well that it should Bo, Tsti w a An nnnnlln 111 r a tit ,4 In 11U1IIU HUH rccclvo no attention. IlilL yet enormous sums may, and will bo UUIlllOUU DllUUnillh Gov. Coolldgo ia big enough for John said was n nail knir. hut. ni.il OF EVANSVILLE, IND. legitimately spent In bohalf of thoso says it was tho quality that should al- first durn nail .keg Pr09'lent. TELEPHONES may enter tho contest. Tho who waya attnch t0 a cnndldato for vico ho ever saw with a faucet in it. GO Partners Mutual J president nomination went to Senator Harding so long as human life is 123 Will opean a cream receiving station at Cumberland on an absolutely clean platter, no conmorta We have been told that Chicago tamination whatever ls.attached. was wide-ope- n during tho Convon-- I JUNE 18 Some for political purposes and some miDAY tlon but wo don't believe It, 'cause ' Publicity will bring Senator Hard for other reasons chargo his nomi- Arthur Kirk left thero one day be-.'before tho country as a big and nation to the combination of United fore tho big show ndjourncd, and capable man. His ono weakness ns ANNOUNCEMENT States Senators, which is tho silliest Miss Kirk was not with him, either. a popular leader Is an excess of mod- sort of talk. Maybo a majority of i esty. I noted this fact and comment- We arc authorized to announce the tho Senate did favor him, who with Moot Felix suys if n nnw iran nMH ed upon It after spending two days candidacy of Richard P. Ernst, of good sense care' if it did? So long on a special campaign train Covington? for U. S. Senator, from as disreputable methods were not move to town and engago in his lino w"h him of business, ond extend him credit, ' Kentucky in 191G. Harding has Kentucky, subject to tho action of resorted to. Had Ldwden been nomi- wo may get another Job making been my choice for president since tho tho Republican party. nated it would havo in all probability statements. Wo maao u bunch all times and We will guarantee satisfaction frr termination of that trip. been charged that an oligarchy of Heg & Ross a whllo back, nnd Ross the very 'highest cash market. The Hartford staWe are authorized to announce the Governors and tho financial inter- camo back and had Folk's namo Sonator Johnson behaved with be candidacy of W. P. Hays, of Nelson est put it over, that too with as many a hun:V.'d of them In or- coming modesty in at Chicago, and tion will be under the charge of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. County, for Congress from the Fourth sensible reasons as tho other charge riinted to save time In writing.. agreeably surprised his enemies. Congressional District, subject to tho Is made. No flaw may be found in der , and the Beaver Dam station will be in the building tho character of either Harding or action of the Republican party. Judge Wilson and I held a consulIt is a safe assumption that wo aro Coolidge, each received his nomina of J. D. Williams & Sons Implement Co., under the on coming from Plnevllle, last done with million dollar presidential to announce tion by as clean methods as were ev- tation "Wo are authorized week and fully believing that Joh,u candidates. the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., er practiced in any convention, na- Henry would bo laying for us and charge of MISS MYRTLE MADDOX. Both are spotof Breckenridgo County, for Congress tional or otherwise. what ho thought wo might havo in Tho platform may not appear to a 5 from tho Fourth Cohgresslonal Dis- less before the world, their ability our reticules, so in order to bafflo Democrat very clear about, the posi- H''I',,',fr,,,H'-"H"IH-rf-H--f-t"t"Tl- i trict, subject to tho action of tho Re Is unquestionable, the Republican him and dodge the issuo we simply tion H T 1 1 ! H"!"!' :'! 1 of the Republican party on the party is united as it has not been publican party. detrained In the outskirts of Louis League of Nations question, but It since the days of 1904 and 190S. In ville, and undiscovered, mado our way leaves no doubt about" the party's po- .fr.H..M..M..M.4-M'view of these facts there is little across to the Pennsylvania Depot, and sition of the Wilson made league. 'The Chicago Convention spoiled a wonder that some of the Democrats there caught the I. C. train for home lot of nlco investigations and talk try to stir up steam-rollsenand The Republican party is tho tra of Investigations as to the H. C. of ate oligarchy sentiment. It won't and safety. ditional friend of labor, and is still being a candidate, when it nominated work this time, there's nothing doTom Pannel, one of. these prohibi such, but tho platform winks a cauHarding and Coolidge. ing, absolutely nothing. Wo havo had' to let our belts out to the very tion enforcement inspectors was in tion to tho' radical labor agitator. ' Quite a 'number of the country's last hole on account of having an ov towri the first of this week and we wide-ope- n Many prominent Democratic newsbest critics give Woman a most prom- erdose of Vllson and Wlisonlan ways, left our drawers and things I WILL HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE AT THE and unfastened, so's to keep papers frankly admit tho strength of placo in the doings of tho Chi- all due to our split in 1912 and HIS inent FOLLOWING PLACES WITH LIVE cago Convention on the day nomina- keeping us out of war in 191G. We down suspicion. No man would' the ticket nominated at Chicago, nnd were made. Mrs. Robinson, a aro waxed together now gentlemen, think about prying into open drawers the moro partisan of them are nut STOCK CAR: tions sister of the late Col, Roosevelt ap and no silly sallie twaddle of the and such recejitacles with the hope hard .to for a criticism. peared to carry qff tho honors in a Wilson followers can part us asunder. of finding something valuable hidden When tho Republican national con-.1therein, We're on to that feller, spienaia aispjay 01 wmugni anu ora- - v0 are going to for keen and he's not going to pick us up ventlon met in 191C and old liners tory. ing tho seat of government of tho napping, and Progressives wore making every .. dear old Republic at Washington, posslblo concession to heal the breach A man in Kingston, N. Y., who is and let Mr. Wilson out March the 4 th Ve are noi presuming to, nor do of 1912, Senator Harding was agreed says next, so that ho may, If he still wishes possossor of considerable means, as the man most right to wo ,jie has fallen in lovo with a woman to go to Europe and devote all of Ul'j cise assume any sort ofthey may criti- upon faction for chairmanacceptable to of the elect each others for what because she is strong and a splendid time in helping to govern ovor there. but we'll be to do, for pleasure, has cook. For that confession he 4 switched if we can see where the fun "been charged with being crazy by his IN LOVING MEMORY f Kentucky played a prominent part comes in in tying up with a bundle of comTclatlves, who seek to have a silk and satin, candle flics and bugs in tho Chicago cinventlon last week. mittee appointed to manage his busiOf J. T. Morris, who departed this was tho leader of the Lowness. Tho alleged lunatic ought to life on June' 8, 1920, age 63 years, and keeping time to music In a hot Mr. Hert v hall three to five hour. on these hot den forces until it was apparent he receive a chromo and hi.? example be 9 months and 8 days. He leaves a Why widow and four children besides a nights, when one go's p'euty hot could not win, and Mr. Hert was the followed by men everywhere Will Pay You Top Market Price for In turning the conprincipal shouldn't a mm love a 'strong woman host of relatives and friends to mourn enough, by your lonesome self, out vention to factor Harding. on tho grass In tho dark whore bug whp is a good cook? The other class his sad departure. and other insects can't find you. of cooks has turned out more dysCAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AT peptic, sou.r stomached, scatter-braine- d Dearest Father, thouJiast left us CHICAGO HEADQUARTERS asylum inmates than the average And our hearts are sad' and sore, WILL GIVE BETTER layman imagines. If a man 'mist But we hope some day to meet you, TRANSFER SERVICE Chicago, Juno 14 The Republican love a woman, by the graces of the Where parting is no more. campaign for the election of Senator very best of good fortuuo may she, bo On and after July 1, I will be able Warren G, Harding to the presidency a good cook, and strong. Wo miss thoe Dearest Father, to givo you 100 per cent better trans- was launched today at National ComThero Is thy vacant chair, fer service between Hartfofd and mittee headquarters hero. I have also opened a permanent house Tho Standard Beareri put forth by We miss thee, Oh, we miss thee, at BEAVBeaver Dam, for tho following reaWhllo Chairman Will H. Hays conevery whore. tho Republican Convention do not, as Wo miss thee ER DAM, and will pay you top market price foe all sons: ferred with Capt. Victor Hclntz, rea matter of course meet w'ith unaniI will oporatenothlng but clean, gional director, and other leaders, tho country produce any day, at G. W. Keown's Tobacco mous approval of Democrats, and tho A dear Father from us Is gone, easy riding cars. committee moved from tho Coliseum press representing that party aro talkHouse, Beaver Dam, Ky. , A volco we loved Is still. You will not be compelled to wait back to its campaign headquarters in ing a third party tlclrct. Thoy are A place is vacant in our home, being loaded. whllo tho mail is a hotel and cleared desks ot convensorely disappointed because of the Which never can be filled. You will no be compell jd to ride tion matters in preparation for tho failure of the Republicans to break up in some sort of a split at ( hica-g- From the ranks our Father is missing in a mail truck with the dirty mail coming drlvo. bags. Tho first lot of 5,000,000 litho Perhaps tho coming Domoi ratlc Yet to memory ho Is dear, I will bo able to tart promptly on graphs of tho candldato will bo ready Convrntion may be ablo to drag to- Still in spirit wo behold him Wholesale Produce, time, as I will have no mall tor for distribution this week, Chairman t l gether some sort of that And in dreams ho hovers near. which to wait. . Hays announced. Tho. paper was witl satisfy the npnparthar league I appreciate your patronage whllo purchased and cut several months and the others who aro afflicted with Wo shall meet him in the morning, t, I was handicapped by tho mail ago, and pictures and autographs of a chronic case of dlgruntledltis, as When our work on earth Is done, o. sell your produce to me, cut the middle and assure you that it is with all tho candidates obtained. By a many of whom camo from tho Demo- At tho river, blessed river, pleasure that I announce a bettor strango coincidence the printer who man s pront out and get it yourself. cratic party as any other in tho coun Wo shall greet him ono by ono. service for you. won tho contract chose Senator Hartry. Tho Republicans did not apA DAUQHTER. Respectfully, ding's picture to demonstrate hts pear to try to cast a net for that J. E. CURTIS. work. element and we aro most assuredly HVIA, ROUTE 2. proud of that fact. With all breeches CONVENTION COMMENTS In tho ranks healed and no cry that COOL SPRINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Albort Stewart spent HE kept us out of war and a great Saturday night with relatives at Con By J. II. Thomas. majority pf tho whole country against tertown. The infant son of Mr. and It cost Gov. Lowden $400,000vto the Wilson League to keep us out of Several from here attended tho losp'tho Republican nomination for Mrs. Roscoo Wilson was buried nt futuro wars, coupled with the fraudu- funeral of Mrs. Halllo Tucker, at Now president. Cool Springs Monday afternoon lent and deceitful cry that he would Bethel Sunday. Miss Paulino Wilson, ot Ki.ights-bur- g, keep us out of war, fresh in the memRev. Bill Wigginton and family, of visited her cousins, Misses HaitTho convention just held illustra ory of every thinking man and woman Rumsoy spent Sunday with Mr. nnd ted tho absurdity of tho presidential ian and Loucllle Taylor, last week, in tho Nation, there is no wondor Mrs. Ernest Wigginton. Mr. Tom Wilson and sister, Miss primary. It forced candidates to inthat Domocratlq politicians and press A largo crowd attended tho Ice cur tho odium of spending large sums Pansy, and Miss Eva Lake attended See us at once and let us sell your Farm or House aro dissatisfied with prospects, and cream suppor at Buford Saturday ot money In getting their names church at Pond Run, Sunday. and Lot. aro bitterly howling about what thoy night, given by Messrs. Marshall Reg-gaMrs. Liza Wade, of Mc'Ienry. Is poople, and then because of the are pleased to stylo as tho result of and Archie Mosloy. such largo expenditures tho conven- tho guest of her daughter, Mrs Rosoligarchy. tho Senate Mr. and Mrs, Mert Kirk and llttlo tion "was afraid to nominate either of coo Wilson. son, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvoy Kirk. them, Mr. and Mrs. Lcnnle Sandofur and Governor Lowden was our choice spont Sunday with friends at Tnffy, chlldron visited Mr. N. A. Wilton- - last RK.VL ESTATK AGENTS ', for tho nomination for Prosldout, but Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Wilson and But for tho primary system which Sunday. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY his chances, like Wood's were rulnod children, and Mrs. John Dodson and resulted in candldatos spending milMrs. Joo Robinson Is quite ill at Olllco In Iliirtfoid Herald Huildliis by his frionds in tho injudicious ohildrou attended thp birthday dinner lions of dollars in advertising Hard- this time. Hoth Phones. spending of money for what thoy glvon at the homo at Mr. Ernest Dod ing would havo been nominated on Miss Corrlnno Dennis is on tho sick thought to be to his best Interests. It son near Pleasant Kldgo, Sunday. tho firsi ballot at tho Chlcago'Con- - list. Jhe Hartford Republican July Dane Hartford, Ky., July 2, 1920 Parr Bros Original must not Furnish the Land Jazz Band, attend. this. dancers, both far and near, are invited The Sunlight Creameries ne HARTFORD and BEAVER DAM Friday, June 25 at 14 1 er NOTICE Rockport I vote-solidl- T FRIDAY, JUNE 18 Beaver Dam SATURDAY, JUNE 19 Hogs, Calves, Lambs, Hens, Roosters, Dux, Geese, Spring Chickens. o. clarenceclee! PITTSBURGH, PA. r. w cat'-h-al- can-trac- I .. WE WILL SELL Because We Advertise BARRETT & HAGERMAN bo-fo- ro ns v k T JL Fair's Big June Sale No doubt you have received the announcement of our Big June Sale. We are offering some unusually good attractive bargains this week. Considering the market conditions as it exists today. Mr Jntncs Nance, with thcr OwonsWo havo nil sizes of screen doors boro Messenger, spont Sunday and and window screens, cheap. Sunday night hero with his family. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mrs. A. D. Kirk will return toMessrs. Wllllo Patton, Cecil Ticho-no- r, morrow from Owonsboro, whero alio Misses Ernestine Ralph and Margaret King wtro guests ot Miss Kath-erln- o has been slnco Thursday. Tlchcnor, of Mntanzaa, Sunday MlsaAlincda Pntton.Tono Hedrlclt, Tho IS months old child ot M nnd Hottlo and Ruth Riley, of Owonsboro, motored over Sunday and spent the Mrs. Jes80 Bird, of Centertown, was day hero with relatives and friends. found dead In bed Monday. The Infant scented to bo in ported health R. L. Davison, of Stanford, Mold Sunday. Tho beftly was Interred In Agont, Department of Agriculture, tho comotory at Centertown, Monday waB In Hartford and Ohio Ctunty afternoon. from Monday until Wednesday afternoon. NOTICE VETERANS! Spanish-America- n Mr. A. W. Logan went to LexingWar Veterans ton last Friday, whero ho" will remain who are interested In, nnd entitled to soino time for the purpose ot receiv- pensions should ace R. II. WEDDING ing medical treatment from Dr. Wool-fol- k Barrow. GETS F1U2E LOT. rai5B!MBU&XtaK33ra Specials For This Week 10 pieces of Fancy SkirtI' ing that sold at 50c per yard, now 29c k 10 pieces Fancy Voiles, regular 50c quality, at 29c OXFORDS tj . A good supply on hand. Hot weather is now on us. The very time to buy these goods, and remember, we are giving you a 10 .per cent reduction on the entire line, none excepted. $5.00 Slippers, ?4.50; $7.50 Slippers, $6.75; $10.00 Slippers, $9.00; and son on through the line. Call and see them, as well as the other special at' tractions through June. jffi5q SK 18 d. w I 4 The Hartford' Republican FRIDAY, I u PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS DICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. J. C. Riley made a business trip to Louisville last week-enMr. Sherman Condlt, of Ileflln, wai In town Saturday, on business. BARRETT & HAGERMAN, Real ''Estate Agents, Hartford, Ky. Tractor at J. Have you seen that John Deer D. WILLIAMS & SONS? Let us sell your house and lot. BARRETT & HAGERMAN, Hartford, Ky. FOR- - SALE Car. Used Ford touring TAYLOR & MQRRIS, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. B. H. Bennett, who has been The State Board of Examiners has with her husband in the oil fields of completed its work of grading papera Texas, for several Wo pay cash every day for eggs and Desderaonla, of teachers taking the recent examiweek-enW. B. ELLIS & BRO. ' months, returned here last poultry. lt nation for certificates, and tho and for the present will take rooms has been forwarded to County Commercial Hotel at the Superintendent, E. S. Howard. The Mrs. A. C. Fostor, of Owousboro, classification and awarding of cerIs visiting relatives hero, this week. The ice cream supper given on the? 14 shows 10 first class, court houso lawn Saturday afternoon tificates ATTEND THE SPECIAL ONE-DA- Y and night, by tho Womnn's Benefit second class certificates and 15 failPAIR AT HARTFORD, JULY Association ot the Maccabees, was ures. Mr. D. D. Mosely of the Adaburg 3rd, 1920. well attended and quite auccus-jfu- l country made the highest average, from a financial standpoint as woll 01 while the second best grade Messrs. Ca P. Keown and John P. was made by Mr. Claud Park, ot Owena-bor- o, in.Owensborj Tuesday, Taylor veru Mr. Gilbert Holbrook, of Horso Branch, he having attained an on bustrrodv Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton Hol- average ot 90 Orbrook and Miss Mariam Smith, of 4 If you want your" HOUSE TO lando, Florida, wero guests of Mr MARRIAGE LICENSES. RED John D. Holbrook and family here, Paint, SHINE use the best ACTON BROS. SPOT. and the1 first ot this last week-en- d J. Walter Greep, Tuscaloosa, Ala., weelt. to Hlldred Barnard, Hartford, R. 2. Dr. S. W. Crowe, of Camp Knox J. A. Brutcher, Olaton, to Juda spent a few days the first ot this Prof. Wilbur P. Rhoads, in charge Fentress, McIIenry. wcok, with his family, at Centertown. of vocational training under the Lorn Duncan, Rockport, to Charena Smith-Hughact, In tho High School Rowe, Centertown. For Sale One Maro, one suckling at Central City, visited his parenta. Loroy C. Benton, Wysox, to Beulah old mule. and one two-yeMr .and Mrs. W. H. Rhoads, of near F. Miles, Paradise. ED LANGLEY, town Tuesday, and also ran up to Evorctt Dletel, Beaver Dam, to Williams Mines. Gltlt Hartford, while over. Jessie Hopper, Dawson Spring's. -d, re-au11-1- 2, 10-1- 2. ar Mr. J. J. Midklff, of Whltesvllle, was in town Tuesday, on business. Mlas Carrlo McKlnnoy, daughter of Miss Clarlco Ward, who has a position in tho Postofflco in Detroit, Mr. J. E. McKlnney, of this place, Mich., arrived at her homo in East drew tho lucky ticket entitling hor to Nocrcek, Saturday, whero she will tho lot given away by tho Wakefleld-Davl- s Realty Co., at their lot salo spend bIx weeks or more. hero last Saturday. The lot drawn is Mr. Clarcnco Keown, who has been a nlco ono and conveniently located, with tho L. & N. R. R. Company for being upon Union Street opposite the sovqral years, has been transferred rcsldenco ot Mr. Thomas Bean. Miss McKlnney being considerably to tho M. H. & E. branch, as conunder 21 years of age, we know of ductor on the mixed train. only two ways for any young man who LOST Bay mare, with white hind may desire a building lot to securo One is by a decrco of feet, 15U bands high. Disappeared this property. from Roslno aome two weeks ago. sale through Court proceedings, and well, it fa through had bridle and saddle on at the timo. tho other la Notify ESTILL SHULTZ, McIIenry court proceedings also. m Ky. KEEPING OUT. Hon. I. S. Mason, ot Buford, was in Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday, He kept ua Oi'.t of War And ho keft us out ot pcaco; plying his usual profession, Insuring the Uvea of men, for the benefit Ho kept us out of Mexico And mixed us up in Greece. of those who live after death of tho v insured. Ho kept us out of sugar And he kept us out of shoe' Mrs. W'.l Weldcrman c' OklahoSunday, Ho joined the League of Nations ma City, left for her homo And asked us to pay his dues. vls't with aftor makug aa Mr. Andrew Payno and family, and other relatives, of East Hartford, and Ho kipt us out of everything And you bet that we'll roireraber; other points. And do a little keeping out Ourselves, 'bout' next November. See onr lino of Mngnzipes! Wo are going to carry a line of MagaESTRAY zines regularly. Let us know your favorites and we'll get thefti. for you. Ono old, Ught bay, bald-face- d CASEBIER & TAYLOR. percheron maro, about 15 hands high. Any information as to this a 9 pound News of tho birth of maro will be greatly appreciated. son into tho home of Mr. and Mrs. CARL M. TAYLOR, Ney Foster, of Elain, Ark., has J. Beaver Dam, Ky been recolved by the young fellow.'s grandfather, Mr. Cal P. Keown, of RESULT OF TEACHERS' this place. RECENT EXAMINATION' eUt-ude- You'll go "smiling through" the summer in a KEEPK00L Summer Suit. Comfortable, durable, well tailored, they give the wearer that assurance and ease of mind that comes to you only when properly dressed. Keady tor your inspection in all standard summer fabrics. Come in today. I Carson ROSINE. ($L Co Hartford, Kentucky. what happened to him." The remarks were made, according Mrs. Custer Haven Is greatly ini- - to the witness, at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, "where. Dempproved from a serious Illness. Mr. John Allen and family, of Bea sey was boxing as a clylllan Kennedy ver Dam, visited his mother, Mrs. testified. Dempsey JrF September. 1918, asked him to havo his exempDave Allen, Sunday. Mr. Lafe Emery visited his moth tion released and later Dempsoy teleer laat week. She has been very aick phoned twice from New Jersey to seo It tho release had been obtained. Tho but is now convalescent. Rev. Carden is preparing for a tent release, Kennedy testified, "camo meeting at Horse' Branch, will be-- through," and Dempsey had started for Philadelphia to enlist, but tho gin services Wednesday night. Miss Donnie Faris visited irlends enlistment was stopped by the order in Butler County near Green Brier of the Secretary of the Navy. Beforo Sunday, and attended the Masonic further action could bo taken tho armistice came. , March also. ; f BrookfIeldCreamery Butter, none better mado. Got it of CASGBIER & TAYLOR. ff Mr. L. C. Benton, of Wyaox, was a visitor at this offlco while In town last weok-on- d. KOU SALE Rcgisiored, big type, Poland china boar. CLAUD RENFROW, Dundcp. ' ." Mr. Uriah Coppage, of Barrett's Forry, was tho guest of relutives hero tho first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Ovorhults will go to Utlca today, to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Trunnell. " left yesterday Dow-o- y for Owonsboro, to visit her boh, Mrs. E. Crabtreo Ward, and Mrs. Ward. She will return Sunday. MUa Beasio ' - i Clark, of Sunnydalo, Sunday to visit Mls Amo camo down O. O. Ha Plrtlo and hor sister, Mrs. a fo'w days. Keown, ot Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Doskot, Evaiiavllle, whero nro In from Mr8. Bosket is. taking treatment They w eifl accompanied a specialist. b Dr. J. L; SmMu VUvwL Ocn-torto- K Miss Thelma Bennett, ot Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter and Mr. Ala., arrived hero Saturday, for an ind Mrs Claicuco Overhultz si.ent visit with relattves and Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. extended friends, and Mrs. Erk Fulkerson, of Matan-za- s. Mr. Overhultz and family vent and Mao from there to Coralvo, where thoy Mlasea Bollo Sowders Holm, of Morgantown, wero callers at visited relatives a few days. this office while attending the lot salo hero Saturday. Aftor a tow days spent at homo hpre, Miss Elizabeth Mopro rat tim Superintendent E. S. Howard will ed Wednesday to owensuoro, wnere bo In Ford8vllle today and tomorrow, she is undergoing treatment. Miss conducting an examination for Coun- Mooro will go from dwensboro to ty Teacher's certificates, Columbua, Ohio, where she will take a special course in Rural Red Cross T. B. Pannol, of Greenville, Inspec- work, returning hero in AugUBt. tor with tho Kentucky Prohibition enforcement forces, was In Hartford, Misses Gertrude Schlemmer and Monday night and Tuesday. Edna Black, who have been visiting Mrs. Lena C. Mount, of Louisville, ) neicnor nas purcuuneu mo and Miss Mao Mount, and Emma Frea Barber Shop and business of Fred Wllllama, of Frankfort, for several tho daya. havo returned to their homea Robertson, and will continue business at tho same placo here. They were accompanied back to Lpulsvllle by Mlsa Mount, who There 1b no better timo than right will spend Beveral daya there with now to buy that De Lavai Cream Fep- - her mother, arator. Over 2,500,000 in dally U8e. J. D. WILLIAA'S & "SONS If you are below par In health I offer you thp opportunity for a means MIsa Elizabeth Davidson who re- of solving your health problom that Kentucky has availed with satisfaction to huncently graduated from State Unlvcralty with high honors, dreds ot . thousands ot ailing men, women and children tho country over. arrived hom,e, hore, last week-enDays at Horse Branch. Ky., MonCounty Judge Mack Cpok and day, Wednesday, Friday and SunSqulro W. S. Dean attended the Ken- day, citt in tucky Stnto Road Convention DR., J. S. BEAN, Chiropractor Louisville Tuejsday and Wednesday. TAKE ALLEGED ROBBERS OF BANK TO GREENVILLE Bowling Groen, Ky., Juno 16 Jailer Austin B. Claypool and Chief ot PoIIco Lawrence A. Graham, mo tored to Greenville, Muhlenberg County today with J. D. Edwards, John .Brazelton and Jack Crawford, three alleged bank robbers arrested hero Saturday night on a charge of carrying concealed deadly weapon3. On and after July let., wo aro go They are wanted at Drakesboro, Ky., ing to place our business strictly upon a charge ot breaking Into tho Cition a caah basis. When you have zen's bank there Friday night. work done, bo prepared to pay cash. Don't ask ua for credit. GUILT CONFESSED IN GILLESPIE BROS. . INDIANA LIQUOR KING 49tf mm ford, on business, Monday. Mrs. Fannie Bratcher. of Morgan- town, has been visiting her mother and father, Mr. nnd Mra. Paris, of Roslne, for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stewart and children celebrated their parents fiftieth wedding nnniversary Saturday. The rolatlves present weio Mr. and lira. Oscar Stewart, Mr. and Mra. Har ry Crumea, Mrs. Lula Crabb and children, Mrs. Sarah Park and daughter, Laura, Mr. Bob Rains, Mrs. Annie Ear and Mildred Stewart, of Render Mines. rr NOTICE TO PUBLIC. and her two daughtora, Mlasea Myrtle and Beva May, are visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. Andrew Alford nnd little dau ghter, Anna Morlne, Mr. Lafe Emery and daughter, Virginia were in Hart- Mrs. Ada Hoover, of Oklahoma, Why Lose Time and Money By Letting Your Baby Chicks Die Off? Egg -Day -A- Hen Tonic given according to directions for five or six weeks, starting when chicks are five to six days old, wjll absolutely guarantee you raising 90 per, cent of them. t. Indianapolis, Ind., June 14 Fif-teEvansvillo, Ind., merf pleaded guilty to a charge ot violating tho Reed amendment in United States District Court here today. The. men proviously had pleaded not guilty per when arrainged. Seventy-nin- e on tho sons are under indictment on DE3IPSEY TRIED TO JOIN NAVY WITNESS STATES San Francisco, June 14 William, Harrison (Jack) Dempsoy, world's heavyweight champion, made strong efforts to enllat In the navy, accord- Recommended by the most prosperous poultry growers throughout the State as the greatest Egg Producer ever manufacture ed. charge The case la tho outgrowth of an alleged wholeaale transportation of liquor from Henderson, Ky., to Evans-vill- e, ind., between Juno 1, 1918, and January 1, 1920. Of those ngainst whom Indictments wero returned the most prominent are chlot of PoIIco Schmltt and Sheriff Herbeit Males. Other defendants aro prominent city and county officials and politicians. d. ing to tho testimony today at Demp- sey's trial in the United Statea Dis trict Cour,t on a chargo xjf draft eva sion. Lieut. John F. Kennedy, bat tleship Mississippi, testified Dompsey had asked him to obtajn his release from his exemption so he might enlist. Dempsey, according to Kennedy, often remarked ho "did not feol right to aeo the men In uniform about as him, and aa long as hla family : ell taken care of, he did not care For sale at every first class drug, grocery, and feed store throughout the country. 75c a package. Manufactured and sold under an absolute money-bac- k guarantee by L. A. SANDFFCJR Beaver Dam, Ky. . . I V OF TIIK POOIt. land thoy fought In and for as tho y B, 1920, (It being tho first day of BXTItAVAO.VNCI. tho rcKuinr July term or tho uuio uir- standard bearors of American busicult ACourt) nt about tho hour of Ohio Circuit Court. "rorhaps tlio most unthrifty habit ness In Europe. '. I 01 m iitAnn vi sirtrttr rf alv nml PlainTcoplcs Savings Bank, ct al., n,! ,8 t,,at ot not Scoping enough Everywhere Franco Is waking up. tweivo months, tho following dcscrlb-o- f CIRCUIT COURT. HEAVER DAM. tiffs. money on nana to 00 aoio to purchnso Oil Is being substituted for coal on cd property: vs. Notlco of sale. Judge R. W. Slack, Owenaboro, Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennan. Ono building and lot In Centcrtown necessities to ndvnn.tago, to tnko up tho French railroads, tho ports of I,. T. Wright, et al., Defendants. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartOlork R. W. King. bnrgnlns when offered, to buy cloth- - Havre, Bordeaux and St, Nnzalro are Uy virtue of a Judgment and order of Kentucky, bounded ns follows: ford. Dcglnnlng at A. D. Itowc s corner; , Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. wilo of tho Ohio Circuit Court ou of. Nc,,,9 being modernized with machinery "B, cn"n1 lcj; In tho above styled action nt Its thenco runhlng- a southern direction In Magazine "A from tho United States. For yenrs Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. MarMarshal R. F. Slovens. to tho lands Otto C. Way term, 1020, directing mo as com- - with said Rowo's lino, Master Commissioner mlenlnnnr nt nnlil rnnrt. tfl flflll tho Of Mrs. Luclnda Daker; thonco with thrifty person will buy heavy winter Paris has boon monaccd annually by tin, Hartford. dl- - undorwear lato in tho winter to be Uakers lino in an eastern . ., FORD8VILLB. floods and tho French policy of equity of redemption In tho horcln-.sal- d Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, After described land, I will offer for rcction 34 feet to a stone; thence worn th folowlng wlnter; will buy has reigned until now, when Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonoi, " pnio at puunc outcry, luuiu ihkiivbi. ,""""",.. ' summer underwear early In tho fall, It Is said has and best bidder at tho Court House thonco West 34 feet to tho beginning wlntor overcoats or cloaks In Janu- discovered the Frnch Government con- lit Monday in March -- i a dayi Clork Olla Cobb. Kor further description of said thnt America met nnd door In Hartford Kentucky, on Mon- Com'th. and Civil, V Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. day, July Gth, 1020, nt about tho hour property sco deed book 4C, pago 611 ary or February, and will mako many quered tho Mississippi River, which 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. s not Just at tho time was a far greater problem than tho of 12:30 p. m upon a credit "of six. Ohio County Clork's office, Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July 12 days Tho purchaser will bo required tc they are needed, but when thcro may and twolvo months, tho equity of ro-- 1 domptlon In and to tho following do- - oxecuto bonds Immediately after sale, bo a special salo on them, and kcop Seine. Com'th. and Civil. Accordingly, American designers scribed property situated in Ohjo with security to be approved by tho 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September Connty, Kentucky, bolng on tho wnt- - commissioner, bearing Interest at tho them for future use. In tho courso nro being consulted nnd a drainage FOR PRESENT XKART Civil. crs of Elm Lick Creek, owned by Al- - rate 01 u per cent per annum lrum of a year, this way of buying will canal Is to bo constructed. No less Wright, nnd bounded as follows date, ana a uon win uo retained on savo a remarkable amount ot money. than 150 American firms established 4th Monday In November 12 days ucrt County Board of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. Beginning at or gum on tho south tho property sold as additional secuWo know many pcoplo who have offices In Paris Inst year nnd nearly sido of tho Hartford and Lcltchfleld rity. Said bonds to havo tho forco Howard, S. S. O. C. lived year after year, as renters, be- all havo representatives of ono or COUNT!' COURT. road; thenco East with said road to and effect of a Judgment. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Given under my hand this the 2nd cause of the lack ot a fow hundred moro men who wore tho uniform of Ueets first Monday in each month. a stono about ten feet from J. D. day of June, 1920. Routo 6. Clark's orchard fenco; thence about dollars as a first payment on a homo. tho United States In tho World Wnr, Judge Mack Cook. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C North to a stono in tho third hollow This Is rank extravnganco on tho part Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo:. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. John T. Rone, Attorney. from tho Hartford and Leltchfielu of a poor man. Ho had bettor bo very 4 Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. road; thenco about West to a stono In DIv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun-d- ec ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE L. T. Wright's line; thenco South to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. stingy for a whllo until ho has mado Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. acres, a start toward paying for a home. the beginning, containing 25 Superintendent E. S. Howard. moro or less. Deed of record In DIv. No. 4 Robl. Gofr, Rosino. All persons having claims agains "Again, many of tho necessities of Ohio Circuit Court. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. deed book 39, pago 475, Ohio County Chrlsney State Dank, Plaintiff. ot II. P. Taylor, deceased,' tho homo can bo purchased very much the cstato DIv. No. C Otis Stevens, Boavei-DaTax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Clerk's office. vs. Notico ot sale. cheaper, if ordered in largo quanti- are hcroby notified to present same to Tho purchaser will bo required to Lizzie D. Morcor, ct al., Defendants. Surveyor G. S. Moxley. us, proporly provon, on or beforo Au execute bond immediately after salo By virtue of a Judgment and order ties. Buying little bits of this and Coroner E. P. Rodgors. DIv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. with security to bo approved by tho of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, that Is decidedly unthrifty, and many gust 1st., 1920, or they will bo for payable In equal entered at the May torm, 1920, In people do this under the impression ever barred. commissioner, FISCAL COURT. amounts In six and twolvo months, tho abovo styled action, directing mo All persons knowing themselves InCounty Board of Examiners: E. S. Moots first Tuesday In April and bearing interest at tho rate of 6 per as commissioner aforesaid, to sell the they do not have enough money to debted to tho estate of H. P. Taylor, October. Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo MIdklff andJ cent per annum from dato until paid, hereinafter described land for tho buy in larger quantities. A schoolgirl who walked and to have the forco and effect of purposo ot paying the debt of the three deceased, will please call and sottlo 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. a judgment. A Hen will bo retained Chrlsney State Bank against tho de- miles per day wore 'shoes which her at once. Teachers Institute, Sept 13th Route 3. upon tho land sold herein as addition- fendants amounting to $373.15, with This Juno 11th., 1920. mother bought for $2.25 per pair, 2nd District Sam L. Slovens, Beav 17th. al security. C 10 per cent penalty thereon and J. P. TAYLOR, Given under my hand this the 14th per cent interest from June 5, 1916, feeling that this was enough to pay er Dam. . WOOLFOLK BARROW, EXAMINATIONS day of June, 1920. ' 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. until paid, and the further sum of for school shoes. She wore out four V OTTO 0, MARTIN, M. C. Administrators, itli District G. W. Howe, Center-tow- n. $207.94, with 10 per cent penalty pairs por year, a cost of $9. K:r 50t3 ' Common School Diploma Moy 1" J. S. Glenn, Attorney, and 6 per cent interest from January shoeman finally succeeded In convinc4 and 15 at Hartford, Bcavor Darn, 22, 1917, until paid, and tho further ing her that a certain brand of $3 ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE. 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. IASTKR COMMISSIONER'S SALE. sum of $209.98, with 10 per cent shoes, which looked and folt much penalty and 6 per cent Interest from May 21 and 22 County Teachers'" Ohio Circuit Court. Tho undersigned administratrix Gth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. February 25, 191S, until paid, and tho better would bo moro, economical Examination at Hartford. (Whitd). Foglo, Plaintiff. . sum of $179.20, with 10 per Tried out, it was found that she will on Saturday, June 19, 1920, at 7tu District B. F. Rico, further Jessie Fordsvllle. May 28 and 29 County Toachers-Exnmlnoti- on cent penalty and 6 per cent Interest wore out but two pairs of those shoes. tho residence of Ida Kelley, in' Ohio vs. Notlco of sale. 8th DNtrict B. C. Rhoados, Hart day of February, 1919, Fogle, Defendant. from 12th at Hartford, (Colored). Alvlo at a cost of $6 per year, which mado County, Ky., sell at public outcry ford, Route 6. Pursuant to a Judgment and order until paid, and tho further sum ot a saving Juno IS nnd 19 County nnd of $3 per year." Thrift all of tho personal property belongCircuit Court en- $64.00 with interest thereon at 6 of salo of the Ohio Examination at Fordsvlllo,. HARTFORD. ing to H. C. Crowe, deceased, which tered in tho above styled action at the per cent per annum from October 1, Magazine. (Whito). Mayor J. E. Bean. Kovember term, 1919, directing mo to 1919, until paid, and tho further property consists of horses, mules, Juno 25 and 26 County and State sell tho hereinafter described real sum of $174.08, with 6 per cent inClerk J. A. Howard. A STIMULUS TO TALK. hogs, poultry, household and kitchen estate for tho purposo of paying the terest thereon from Juno 17, 1920. Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. furniture. Said property will bo sold Judgment of tho plaintiff against the until paid, together with the cost 0' (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebicr. defendant In the sum of $50.20 to- this action and the cost of this salo, 1 "Do you think It pays to play golf? to tho highest and best bidder on a Sept. 17 and IS County nnd S(5 gether with the cost of this action and will offer for sale at public outcry, to Inquired tho always practical man. credit of six months. ROCKPORT Toachers' Examination at Hartford, tho cost of this salo I will offer for the highest and best bidder at tho Purchasers will bo required to "I do," replied Mr. Wolloper. "Two Chm'n. Board W. O. Hor. (White). ealo at public outcry to the highest court house door In Hartford, Ky., bonds with approved security and best bidder at tho Court House- on Monday, July 5, 1920 (It being hours of golf provides a man with Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Sept. 24 and 25 County and State- door, In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon- the first day of the regular July term material for conversation that will Immediately after sale. Sums of less Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Examination at Hartford. day, July 5, 1920, at about the hour 0I the Ohio Circuit Court) at about last for several weoks. than $5.00 will bo sold for cash. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). 12:30 p. m., on a credit of six the hour of 12:30 p. m., on a credit of This 'June 7, 1920. months the following described realOI q anu- 12 months, the following 2: IDA KELLEY, CLEAR RUN. lying and being in Onlo Coun- - scribed real estate lying and being Administratrix of tho cstato of in Ohio County, Ky and bounded as ty., viz: Ono lot of ground together with follows: Mr. and Mrs. Baird, of Heflin, H. C. Crowe, deceased. fur Beginning at a stake In said Hart-th- o the Improvements thereon situated on services at Clear Run church Du Pont Highway adjacent to the ford and Goshen road 855 feet South attended HIS NARROW ESCAPE. Public road crossing near Simmons 0 where said ditch crosses said road; Sunday. Earl Thomasson, of this neighborthence S. 40 W. 830 feet to a stake; Ohio County,' Kentucky. required to thenco N. 67 a hood, visited relatives near South W. 255 feet to Tho purchaser will be (New York World.) execute bond immediately after wile, stako porner between Mercer and C. Carrollton, last week-en- d. by tho jt anu e. T. Williams; thenco with Plko was one of thoso negroes comFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE with security tp bo approved be re- -' Miss Mabel Hoagland, of near their line N. 86 W. 2060 feet to their monly known as "triflin." He was Dissolved in water for douche stop commissioner, and a lien will guest of relatives at was tho talncd on tho land sold to secure the corner in said Carter's line; thence not pronouncedly bad, nor was ho pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamnnvnipnt nt same, aaiu iionu 10 u'" wnn saiu carters line ss. iou ieei this place Saturday and Sunday. porcoptibly good. About once a year mation. Recommended by Lydia E. F'inkham Med. Co. (or ten years. t,r. rma nnH nffpcL of a Judgment. to a gum; thenco with said Carter's A large crowd attended tho decoGiven under my hand this the 2nd corner on Muddy greek; thence N. ration by the W. O. W. at Clear Run he got religion and wont to church A healing vonjer for nasnl catarrh, ore throat and tore eye Economical. 88 3 2250 feet to a staled in said two or three times, then backslid day of June, 1920. OTTC C. MARTIN, road; thenco with said road to the" and Union Grove cemeteries Sunday again for- another twelve months. On Hi eimofdiniry dcunns and tfcnnkahl (xrrr. '' I Children beginning, containing about 116 afternoon. " Master Commissioner, O. C. C. one of theso periodical visits to a Qm3. ThePMtonTo.Trt Company. Bloo.M4.V acres. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. David Meadows died, at his home, place of worship, after tho sormon tho A Safe Old Fashioned TSS purchaser will be required to early Sunday morning, and was burl,v&. preacher rushed back to extend a Remedy for Worms execute bonds with security to be apMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. proved by the comissloner, Imme- ed Monday afternoon at Clear Run. Seventy-fiv- e welcome to Pike. yean contin'n diately after sale, bearing interest nt He was a member of the Clear Run uous ue is the best testi"Well, Pike, I'm glad to see you," Ohio Circuit Court. monial FREY'S VERMIFUCE tho rate of G per cent per annum, Baptist Church. ho said. "Suppose you haven't stoS. L. St. Clair, Admr. et al., Plaintiffs and a lion will be retained on the can offer you. tvJ3 (A brvk Mr. Amos Stewart, of whose eye len any chickens since I saw you last vs. Notice of sale. land sold as additional scurlty. Said Keep a bottle always on Barbara Lunsford, et al., Defendants. bonds to havo the forco and effect of trouble, mention has been made in year?" hand. It will help keep uv virtiin of aludcment and order a judgment. this column several times, had tho ttJMnb the little ones happy and "No, sir, pa'son," Pike answered. Ohio Circuit Court en-- 1 of sale of the healthy. Given under my nana tins tnezna offending member removed at the "Nor no turkeys?" continued the May term 1920, in tho toreo- at its 30c bottl e M your d ruggut'a or "-- " ol JUJ Owensboro Hospital Saturday. He preacher. unVe. tviP,i fiction, directing me to,00? general atore; or if your dealer OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. Succeed when everything tlse falls. is getting along nicely and is expected can't lupply you, tend hi name ! sell tho equity of redemption in the "No sir." Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. and 30c in atampa and we'll In nervous prostration and female real estate, I home In a short time. hereinafter described o- aend you a bottle, promptly. "Nor no ducks?" the par3on per- f, wcaknessa they are the suprctn? will offer for sale at public outcry E.U FRET, bllimore, Md. j remedy, at thousands have testified. sisted. best bidder at to tho highest and L1VIA, ROUTE 2. In Hartford, praise Uip Lord!" sh.iutrd FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND "Then tho Court House door July 5, 1920, & I UIVtACH TROUBLE Kentucky, on Monday, the colored preacher. "I hopes you S. French went to P. M., upMr. and Mrs. D. it is the best medicine ever' sold at about the hour of 12:30 months, For Infants and Children continues In the straight and nanow over a aruggtss counter. a Owensboro shopping, Monday. on a credit of six and twelve and to In ! Years. Mrs. Bcttlo RIcheson is visiting path." left tho church feeling that he tho equity of redemptionproperty sit- In Use For Over WILL YOU Pike tho following described Kentucky, up- Always bears her daughter, Mrs. Jeff Bell, of Bell-tow- n. had been through the third degree. TAKE uated In Ohio County, the ' on 41io waters of Caney Creek, and Signature of Cfca Onco safely outsldo ho wiped his face, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rcggans sighed vijih a rellovel a!r snd relioundcfl as follows: Beginning at a stone in the north spent Sunday with relatives at Bar marked: OH, BEAR! MY BACK! boundary lino of T. J. Ford's land; nett's Creek. DEMPSEV TRIAL ON. "Ef he'd said geese he'd a had me thenco running north GG E. 51 A Treatment Merciful Heavens, how my back Mr. and Mrs. Davo Havener, of sure!" poles to a stono; thenco N. 42 E. 60 hurts in the morning J" It's nil - Heflin, spent Sunday with Mr. Willie a. - rJt for WEAr; poles to a stone; tnence San Francisco, Juno 10. Testldue to. an M,PnlCo mony tended to show that Jack Demp Bartlett and family. ?r LUNGS or -"I am not surprised to hear she Is -( ,,, ,,..., , , IO U, BdMUliao o(l.- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell and litan advanced spiritualist. She is a ance of that N. 67 W. 38 poles to two reu oaits CONSUMPTION spent Sunday with Mr and Chestnut on a branch; thenco up nalrs, declared that his wife, parents, tle son, W. Cv poison called;) woman who always goes to extremes.' to a hickory at a widowed sister and hpr two chll- - and Mrs. W. T. French, of East View. Bald branch 96 poles aciu. "Is sho? I thought aha went to TVift uric IfTflnova urauwi, d Mr. aud Mrs. Jerry WIgglnton and eam- tho junction o nnouior dependent (cellos. A Quick rcliel tor that tired, mediums." Baltimore American. children, ot Red Hill, spout Sunday couchs, pains in cbctt. nlcbt iwcati. htmor"said In and thus obtained deferred aro not ablo W""J vahIIh& . mm wT8 "pole" o "iast,oranoCn' . asswr rharei, weak luncs or consumption. If It doe Mr. and Mrs. S. B. WIgglnton to get rid of iYtfiT' urn m Dothttp you it coats you nolbint. thenco with said branch S. 4 iflcatlon, was offered today by tho with "I say, Pat, how is It your nose Is it. Such con- - V , Arkan&M..Jft- -E. 42 poles to tho beginning, con- - government at tho opening of the trial Rov. Worth Wado, ot Lock Box eiev so red?" OHIO MEDICAL CO, uition3 you tainlng 44 acres, moro or less. pugll- - sas, preached n very Interesting ser COLUMDUH a. inf tn0 ciian,pon heavy-weig"Faith, an' It's just blualiln' for can readily r BttlO W on a charge ot evading tho mill- - mon, at Mt. Carmel, Sunday. '"" ' linnila tin mpfl In t fll V out ot other overcome, modesty fer kapln 'Itself irnni people's business." Farm and Home. and prolong to bo approved by tho Commissioner, tnry servico act Testimony of Mrs. "Wo had raisin pie for dinner yespayahl In equal Installments In six Mnxlne Dompsoy, former wlfo of Jack life by taking and twolvo months, bearing 6 per Dompsey, in regard to confidential terday, and pa golh awful mad." LIV-VER-L). This AX A Northern tourist got off tho '"Anuric" cent interest from dato until paid, to communlqatlons between them whllo "What's tho matter? Doesn't he to get a bettor view can be obtained at almost any drug train In Arkansas havo tho forco nnd effect 01 a juug-wien- t, they wero married was ruled out at like raisin pie?" was rubbing It- Btore, in tablet form. and a Hen will bo retained as "Yop, but he told ina ho bought of a lean' animal that additional security on tho land sold bis trial. self against a scrub oak. "What do , When your kidneys get sluggish thoso raisins for another purpose." herein. you call that animal?" he asked a and clog, you Buffer from backGiven under my hand this 14th Detroit Free Press. dizzy spells, ache, LEGION TO ADOPT ORPHANS native. day ot June, 1920. or twinges and pains of lumbago, "Razor-bac- k hawg, suh." OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C YANKS RACK TO FRANCE. rheumatism or gout; or sleep is While in France tho A. E. Fs cared J. S. Glenn and It. R. Wedding, At"What's ho rubbing himself disturbed two or three times a torneys, cared for about 3700 French orphans, against tho tree for?" night, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it It' Is generally understood that tho French orphans, and it has beon "He's stroppln' hisself, suh, Jes' will put new lifo into your kidneys PIASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. learned by tho American Legion that American Army Is going back to hlssolf." and your entire system. Send Dr. Franco; that is, some of it. It is not stroppln' those children have not been able to Ohlo Circuit Court. Fccl.ricrht all tho time. Don't lav o Pierco's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, ot al., Plaintiffs. outsldo assistance sinco disembarking in long, gray files of. from work for days by taking calomel live without J. C. Jackson, J.. U U.lian hlanonM N. Y ten cents for trial packago. t ... l.AAm ma. vs. Notico ot sale. they wero deprived of tho soldiers oavo urau irom gigantic transports, on your feet, whilo relieving your trou,b J. L. Calloway, Dofendant. The Legion has started a movo-- but quietly, unostentatiously civilian aid. Memphis, Tenn. "Dr. Tierco's FOR FLETCHER'S lo. Safer too, and easy to take. DonA is the best medicine for tho kidneys tako anything else. You can't afford ot about n, garbod men wjio fought as doughboys of salo entered In tho above styled ac- -' merit for tho roadoptlou and for backache that I havo ever taken. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bysj on the Sommo and who pushed tho at tlio May, 1920 term ot tho 000 of tho tots. For some time my kidneys have been tern and relieves constipation. A natcStars and Stripes ahead ot all tho Ohio Circuit Court, directing mo as giving mo a lot of trouble. I suffered ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd A FAIR OFFER. commissioner of said court to sell tho Oh. Mother, a lady talked Allied banners in tho Argonno; the Johnny with backaches and rheumatism in ray in its effect and certain in results. It , u park and Bavo mo 80mo "aces of ulr" and cugineors whose hereinafter described proporty for tho t 1 joints and limbs causing mo a lot of won't bo long beforo will purposo of paying yio debt of J. C. "A muddy spot." first glimpse ot tho economic needs completely displace calomel in everj misery. On learning of tho 'Anuria Jackson and J. C. Lawrenco amount- - canuy. "Yps." Tablets' I began their uso nnd they home.-- Children can tnkn it frnnlv nnn ing to $500, with interest from tho' Mother That was nlco. And what of Franco wero gathorod In tho conEvery bottlo guar- "Under Blmllar circumstances Sir have given mo real relief when nit other ! w,Jh H011 struction ot tho American, Expedi23rd day of October 1919, until paid did you say? together with the costs of this action ' johnny Oh, I said I wished fath- - tionary Forces' railway, urtlllarymen Walter RnlOiRh gproad out his cloak." kidney medicines failed to help. JKt "5? ? t0Ulcs f0". CM ?.n(1i Bisi . I am Rlad to recommend At uric' to , anil the cost of this sale. I will offer er iMl . baforo ho ma,.r.UIi and' quartormniitur officials thou ."I can't afford to do that, girlie, others who suffer with this ailment.''- -. turouLnAw,&i r by est and beet bidder at tho court house you. ,met J" sands of them aro returning to tho but I'll curry you across." Utlcu Globe. . 8. miL&M&9( Mils. E, 0. WlLSOM, m N. Sixth St, Uextfoj loor in Hartford, Ky., on Monday Ju- K IWABTKU COM.Ml.SHlONKIt'S HAI.K. D I RECTORY - rcn-dor- cd - ' "T ro "-- ' other-purchase- - h State-Teacher- to I - ( Every Woman Want?) I Kg2S23 jff For the ,i ?r 2x use Bu-for- d, p VerMhBle - -- AM , n$L I itfcers ctrw S3 CASTOFUA If 30 fe&ti OUR GERMINAL REMEDY U Vol?Jla0Z""". ui -- I over-abund- iMKl EESaBslK h FORGONE MONTH class-branc- h; - --Tft '; ht I (anti-uric-acid- fTil USE e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constination. I Children Cry An-ur- lo CASTORIA 0 j -- ', Bat: 1 I nl tmi,M t"r" ?u With numerous reports Abort ncroago, heavy nbnndnnmont, den tlmo. India's Export Duly Mny Affoct V. H. tho feeding of livestock nnil dairying thin ntand, nnd damnge by Hcssln represent thn host methods, nnd In or- fly, Kentucky's wheat crop now prollldo Mnrki'l. MOTOIt VEHICLES 1 Tho Imposition of n duty of 15 por der to sticaoMfully hnndlo these linos mises 6,825,000.1)11. compared to a ws. of farming tho silo becomon of great prospect early In May for C, 143,000 Of Intorost to tho nvorago car ownrent upon nil hides and skins exported bushels, according to tho Juno crop er Is the totnl number of motor drlv-o- n from British India probably will bo vnluo. It Is rathor singular Hint tho farm incomo from States having a report, Issuod Jointly today at Prank vehicles In tho United States and seriously folt In thn mnrkotq of this country( according to tho Huroau.of largo number of silos Is higher than fort nnd Louisville by State Com- tho comparative number of passenger missioner of Agrlcultiiro W. C. Han-n- n cars and motor trucks. Out of apMnrkots of tho United States Dopart-jno- tho farm Incomo from Kentucky. nnd II.. P. nrynnt, Kentucky field proximately 7,000,000 motor vohlcles of Agrlculturo, Blnco India In Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and' which has been agent of tho U. S. Bureau of Crop 630,000 a.ro used for commercial purInjury (o Grnprs. ono of tho principal sources of Ameri in uso for over over 30 years, has borno the signature of Estimates. Last year tho final yield poses passenger cars An Insect commonly known as tho ca's nupply of goatskins, buffalo hide;; ana Jias Deen made under his per-'9 ,lo,"B consldcroblo In Kentucky turned out 12,029,000 motor trucks by moro than ten to Iblsl''011 boollo nnd calfskins, nnd nlso hns sent sonal supervision since its infancy. nvorago, one. About 37C.000 trucks are -country quantities of cattlo bides, th damngo to grapes this sonson. lu bushels whllo tho 1914-1- 8 InclUBlvo, was 10,316,000 Bomo totnl for tho flscnl yonrof 1019 bolns as to cases tho dnmago Is so extreme bushols. Tho greatest cut In acreage equipped with pneumatic tires, showAll Counterfeits, Imitations and are but ing the tremendous strides mado by greatly roduco tho crop. These pounds. In 1917 tho total 2,09G,807 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ' Insects cnt tho leaves nnd then tho and tho hoavlcst damngo apparently the. pneumatic in tho fow years since was novornl times that amount. Infants and. Children Experience against Experiment. This cah bo controlled occurred ltt Western nnd Southern its development. That 275,000 n 1919 tho United States Impor- fruit. by sprnylng with nrserwto of lead, Kentucky. trucks aro running on solid tires inted 89,004,528 pounds of gontsklns. using Oats nro doing fine on a good ncre-ng- dicates that this nnd tho cushion type two pounds of tho powder to Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregorfc, nmount 41,967,890 pounds, or Of this except where too badly drowned will always have a cortaln field whore fifty gallons of water. This material Drop3 and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 47 por cent, enmo from India. Out of out In a fow places. Tho condition powers aro not necessary. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its of Importation 9,514,989 can bo mixed In combination with Is 92 porccnt a totnl of normal,nnd tho acro-ng- o m ago is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it ha3 pounds of buffalo hides, CS per cent Ilordcaux mixture which serves ns n nbout 413,000, Indicating a nionns of controlling tho rot and by teen In constant uso for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, PUT LION OUT OP HOTEL were Imported from India. Fourteen giving of about 10,706,000 bu., complete spray Iho Insects , Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness per cent of our calfskins and 7 por nnd thetho can compared to 9,900,000 bushels last ' rot be controlled. and by regulating tho Stomach and Bowels, aids shcopsklns also camo from Hearing tho roar of a Hon on the cent of our year. ) the assimilation of Food; giving health v and natural sleep. tho British colony. Ryo shows n condition of 83 por second floor front, tho manager of She Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. $100 Reward, $100 tho Bellcclalre hotel, N. Y started The readers of this. paper wilt bo cont of normal, with about 53,000 that nt loast, distinguish n pleased to loarn that there U nt least acres in tho Stato to bo harvested for an Investigation and found Two things I pig club of 37 boys nnd girls In Knox ono dreaded diseaseIn that Ecleuco has grnln, this indicates a production of. among his guests was Jim, tho pot been nblo to cure all County, 111. One Is thnt in tho past thnt Is catarrh, 'Catarrh its stages and approximately 629,000 bushels, com- Hon of T. B. Zann. The Hon was helne cr'datly Influenced by constitutional Bears the Signature of conditions pared to 744,000 bushels last year. only hungry, and whon fed ho wagseason tho mombors raised $9,110 requires constitutional treatment. Is that tho Catarrh Medicine is taken internallyUnit's Barley acreage In Kentucky this, ged his tall In quiet contentment. worth of hogs. Another and nets tho Blood club organization provides Insurance, faces thru tho System on tho Mucous Sur- yonr Is about 12 percont less than In That, howovor, did not prevent his thereby destroying of Breeders' As- the foundation of tho illscuse, giving the 199, due chiofly to Increased bur-lo- y being Immediately evicted. He hnd tho Knox Cunty Swine patient ntrongth by building up the tobacco acreage. Practically al! been brought in, whllo quiet, in a pinnd assisting nature in doing Its sociation ngrcolng to pay liavo If tho mom-bor- e work. inThe proprietors power so much tho barley In Kentucky Is grown in ano box, and ho had counted upon of tho nmount of losses fnltn tho curative of Hall's passports could No losses Cntarrh Medlclno that they offer Ono tho niuo Grass counties. would pay Condition yvalting there until Hundred Dollars for any case tliut It fails bo secured for Capo town, Africa, his past year. of barley is 90 per cent of normnl, to cure. Send for list of testimonials. occurred during the Address F. J. CHIINUr & CO., Toledo, Indicating a production of about 95.-0- destination. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. o-- bushels. m Radiators finished cither with orKind You Whiskey Is still permitted In KenMost meadows have mado good paltU give off TUB TEKItlliLE deixodon. dinary or crinmoled tucky for snake bites, and the people THg CgHTAUH COHPANV, NRW VORK CITV, growth, though somo sections aro moro heat thnn thoso flnlaned with poor or very weedy, and somo of tho thoro are already sending to Texas Tho skeleton of tho dclnodon has aluminum or coppur bronze. pipes been unearthed In Alberta, Canada, first cutting of alfalfa was damaged and Florida for a fow carloads of Sco that nil Joints In .hot-ai- r rattlesnakes. Boston Transcript. by rain. aro tight holes act like chcok dam- nnd thoscpnleontologlsts who can porccnt, Condition (if clover Is 89 with tho ncreago nbout 12 A TUMBLING ICEBERG. pers. Keep tho wajor container In look nt a fow bones and toll us' all Tho first Englishman to sottlo in KAILS GAIX ritOKIT ' AFTEK V. S. RELEASE about tho animal assuro us that we por cent less than In 1919, duo chief- Japan was a sailor, named William tho Jacket filled. aro lucky that this fellow Is not still ly to high prices of seed and to win Tho steamship Munaires recently tor killing Alfalfa condition Is 90 Adams, who died there in 1620. Washington, Juno 9 Net operat- arrived at New York from Rotterho taught thnt earn among us. Chlldron should ing incomo of the railroaads Increas- dam, reported that a fleet of 14 IceTho dolnodon Is said to bo the per cent duo chiefly to freezing out of clothing means not only raving of Tho country may bo suffering from acorago Is nbout 10 per cent less saving ol mohoy swiftest ns well ns tho most power- Tho a "dry grouch" as tho Indanapolis ed by nearly a million doll&rs during bergs, some fully 100 feet in height, time nnd labor but March tho first month aftor their had beon encountered near where tho tho than In 1919. Clothing, whon tnken off, should bo ful beast that ovor roamed Apple prospects nro good In most News Intimates, but it Is at least tak return to private control compared Tltantlc was sunk in 1912. On ot properly, not dropped earth. Compared to him tho Hon ing off Its boots before it goes to bed folded or hung bo no moro than a kitten be; sections, tho average being about 71 with March JJ)l.i, when tho govern tho groat bergs, evidently thawed beon tho floor. Make It easy for the would percent of a crop. Peaches are abou nnd is ablo to get its hat on in the ment controlled ts side n mastiff. Ho had a fearful cathe lines, according low water, tumbled over while pascaro of their Boston Transcript. children to tnko 78 per cent of a crop, whllo pears morning to a partial summary Issued tonight sengers watched. This caused, tho by providing playtime cloth- pacity for running, tearing nnd eat- are about 63 per cent. "If science," said Lord Farrer at by the Interstate Commerco Commis- breaking off of a large section and a ing that gives freedom. It should ing. Ho was about 12 feet high nnd Pasturo in most sections averages Guilford, England, "would invent a sion. swing in the opposite direction, soon: 20 feet In length. The scientists inbo made of material that will not eacrops aro very For March, 1920, the net operating followed by another dizzy movement Handkerchiefs, spired by tho horror of tho thing fair. All work and drink without alcohols which mado sily soil or tear. late. Much plowing, corn planting tcrrlblo-too.th." ono feel ns cheerful as a glass of good Income of the roads was $10,206,576, .for the same roason. It is becansa caps, overshoes, and mittens should nicknamed him "old But there Is small occasion to bo and tobacco setting still being dono. champaigne, It would earn the thanks compared with $9,396,592 for 'March of the liability to tako a sudden somthey will not bo too marked so that Truck crops aro growing well now, to apeasily lost. A convenient place for alarmed at tho present tlmo, for we but melons wcro severely chocked by of tho universe." But If anything so 1919, and for tho first three months ersault that mariners fear wicked were dono there aro people of 1920 the total was $63,427,105 as proach a berg. garments should bo pro- aro Informed that the last of theso cold, keeping tho wet weather in May. Blackawful creatures expired 60,000,000 would want to amend the con against $34,186,086 for the correvided. berries promise a bumper erop prac- who years ago. He had hs chnnco to sponding nionths of 1919. Operating stitution of tho United States again. tically all over the State. revenues for March were $450,470,-21- 7, Commerce and Finance. Baling Will Keep mnko good, to Justify his existence, tHuy Curctl Ilcroro against $368,06,045 for March but was unable fo do so. He was reIndefinitely placed by animals moro In keeping PEDDLING ZEPPELINS IN U. S. "Ernest," said the teacher of geo- 1919, and operating expenses amountwith tho cosmic needs. It has beon graphy, "tell what you know about ed to $417,343,385, compared with Baled hay that has been thoroughly suggested that present day profiteer.! $340,130,021 for that month last Three Germans representing the the Mongolian race." or stack before balcured In the barn Zeppelin Airship Co., have arrived ln wasn't there," explained Ernest year. with- should take warning. "I ing can bo stored Indefinitely Washington for the purpose of ne- hastily. "I went to tho ball game." Estimated items not included in tho out darjger of heating, say specialists Surgeons agree that In cases of gotiating' with the war department partial summary may increase the Agricuof tho U. S. Department of Cuts, Burns, BrulBC3 and Wounds tin for tho sale of tho Zeppelin patent Father So you broke, five panes net operating Income in the final sum lture It may be piled so that tho first treatment Is most Important. rights or a fow of tho ships as models. of glass in the greenhouse? mary, the commission stated, it the Hay bales fit very closely together. an efficient antisceptlc is appli- Officials refused to state whether Son Yes, father, I did It. I can- completed responses of the carriers window and cock, When baled from tho ed promptly, there is no danger of there was any Intent! )i to buy for not Ho. warrant their Inclusion. however, unless very woll cured, Is Infection and the wound begins to the b. S. Father And when I'm through .;oernxdit. hut conferIn use for over 40 years! - unn mitrn ri-- ln In fitorncti in..... ,'" R'lcal at onco. For use on man or- ences were arranged v.itlt thi German with you, ..you won't be able to sit SPAIN IS HOUSE HUNGRY. Thousands o! voluntary Sometimes .the beast. Borozone Is tho Ideal Antlsep- agents. It is reported that certain either. Fetch that strap! letters from women, tellintense that tho fc civilian companies are prepared to . In Spain as well as in other coun-tridamaged or even unmarketable pr,ce buy a fow of the big ships fur a coming of the good Cardui an we hear tho cry for more GIVES HOME TO SOLDIEBS. Damage from boat In : may bo has done them. This is mercial air line in oaao the war dehouses. Land both tor produce and greatly lessened and some .Imo .enpartment docs not the best proof of the value Nathan Straus, millionaire philan- building purposes has risen fabuloustlrely obviated by storing tho bales of Cardu!. It proves that thropist of New York, has announc- ly in price and a good many families on edge, allowing an Inch or two of W0MEV DISCARD STOCKINGS. FOUND "WANDERING TOOTH" ed plans to convert properties ln New are forced to livo in tents and even Cardui is a good medicine air space between them. When tho ex- Jersoy and In the Adirondacks into in caves. . The latter abodes aro prefor women. alcs aro piled flatwise tho air is rasnlon mong0rs 0f extreme A Swiss dentist has reported tho cluded and heating is likely to occur. cUvltlca nro settjng examples In dress case of a patient who suffered con- homos for soldiers. The proper- most common in the vicinity ot GranThere are no harmful or whereas leaving an nlr space tends to that eyon the,jamoU8 styie arbiters of siderably from toothache, headache ties aro estimated to be worth moro ada where the Moors dwelt centuries drugs in prevent heating by Inducing clrculn- - par8 aj.0 pronouncinB as a, "bit too and dofextivo eyesight for 10 years than $1,000,000. Tho home, he stat- ago. Some of these caves have been It is composed Cardui. open for qll races, colors fitted up with electric lights and oth tlon. which cools tho hay. The first mllch .. At a London ball a few although' his teeth seemed perfectly ed, will bo only of. miid, medicinal and creeds. Ho also announced that er modern conveniences so that they, n layer of bales placed In a barn should nghta B0 th0 wjfo ot a healthy. In this time occulists and ho had adopted a young man who aro qulto comfortable. A fund ot ingredients, with no bad 1)0 placed on edgo, nnd the socond and AmorIcan millionaire appeared In a dentists did their best to relieve him every alternate layer should bo plac- gorgeoug COstume, somewhat abbro-c- d nnd several teeth were extracted. Yet served with tho American forces in $1,500,000 has been raised by King This vJnted( below wnicn glistened n pair Alfonso to build houses in Seville Franco. on edgo and crosswise. tho distressing symptoms continued pro- for working people. TAKE of ghnnks entiroiy bare, crosswise method or "cording" and abscesses wcro repeatedly formMinneapolis Tribune There seems any of tho air spaces in tho t er rarndIng at pubnc gatherings ed at the baso of healthy teeth. Fi- to be less popular interest ln cheapvents In- KING ALFONSO FINED wIthout nosery Is gottlng to bo an nally an from boing entirely covered nnd picture of the mouth er cuts of meat than in lower cuts ventilation through tho entire oJd gtory Jn parl8 Ther() tho ,ategt wns taken. This revealed a "wan- of gowns. Buros up around gensat,on8 ls Whllo walking through a r.irk In ln tho form of -- beauty dering tooth" burled deep in tho Tdlo. The hontd nlr works of tho balos and tho coolor wlndoW8.. squaro and dlamond-al- r palato. This rootless tooth was tho edges It Is suggested that if all the Madrid King Alfonso took a short ( outors from tho sides nnd bottom. snapc(1 ho,e8 al)0Ut two incnc3 jn found to be tho source of tho Infec- women would stick together they cut across tho grass from ono path flut d,ametor 8catterod along tho low stop- - j When bales thnt have been laid tion. It was removed and, tho patient could elect a woman president of the to anothor. A guardian at onco becomes pod him and informed him "hat walk- on their Hides begin to heat It and pile backg of gowna or jU8t abovo thho now onjoys perfect health and nor- United States. That's the secret necessary to movo tho bales knees 0no ,n0(j0i blossomed forth mal sight, having discarded his united offort and stern organization. lng on ihi grass was forbiildou and You can rely on Cardui. If ln tho manner Just descrlbd. that he would havo to pay a fine. atn h0rso show recently with a com- - glasses. them It works every time. Surely it will do ior you heating votQ r,ng of ..boauty windows" of The r.hs; was nt il3t abashul and thero are any Indications tho barn, or what it has done for so A talented woman who ls ablo to then linignlngly paid the monoy. All around tho walst. Lacing Is onco whon tho hay Is put into A1K ItECOIULS BROKEN. many thousands of other play on five Instruments lost a rea the members ot ills sutto who fol at the hay grower has any doubt about moro practjced m parj8 and dress- womenl It should help. Is "est to pile tho lowed htm across tho mkora ar0 being swamped with or-tho hay keeping, it Cnpt. L, If. Smith mado a now sonably good husband recently "I was taken sick, than dor8 fQr gowna wUh tIght wa(st3. the cooking stovo is not ono of wore also fined. balos crosswise on edgo, rather seemed to be . . . ," world's record on a Canadian Hold meth- : ako any risk, evon though this alrplano flight with a pilot thoso instruments. Arkansas GazetwritesMrs.Mary CVeste, for an or less of Madison Heights, Va. od of storing wastesaromoro record ln Missioary And do you know noth- - and throo passengers by making an te. ABANDONED BAGGAGE. on t (ng whntover of religlon? istorngo spoco. Cases "I got down so weak, altitudo of 17,100 feet. A fow days beginners Democratic campaign contributions cannibal Woll, we got a taste of later O. H. Coombs, at Mlnoola, N. Y. which liny growers, usually could hardly walk . . . On Governor's Island, N. Y., there windrow Jt whpn tho Jast ;i88onary xva3 bete will this year bo limited to $1000. just staggered around. "have baled bay from tho barrack-bag- s, raised this record to 17,150 feet. 6,000 Those from women will, of course, are 148,000 1 read of Cardui, and because lfspolled in tho o and cock, boxes and thousands ot Btorlng, havo .vou cinim thoro are microbes in be marked down to $999.08, to se- trunks and and after taking one botanow owing to lmprop6r CUUELTV OP STUDENTS s8es?,,-shbaling from asked tho young doctor. cure consideration. Nashvillo Ban- pieces of unclaimed baggage belongtle, or before taking quite become convinced that ing to soldiers, sailors and marines .success, not rea-- . ner. "Thero aro," ho said. i,n t i.i.i was not a all, I felt much belter. I of A student in the University returned from France. Knights ot "What disease do they bring?" she took 3 or 4 bottles at llzlng that tho fault lay in tho luan Louisiana, Alfonso Qulnonez, a citipower," observed Columbus and army authorities are "Knowledge is asked. that time, and was able to mer In which tho hay was storod. trying to locate tho owners and have ''Palpitation of tho heart." La- zen of San Salvador, was burned to the Sage. do my work. I take It in death as a result of Initiating 'Oh, I don't know," commented the already sent out moro than 75,000 the spring when rundles' Home Journal. Should Bulla Silos. I exof a fraternity. It was pugilist can pieces. Fool. "A wing down. I had no appetite, Lexington, June 11, 1920-Omm now siiuu wu muiu mu v""""" plained that It was the practice to rub make moro In ono fight than an edu'. years and I commenced eating. hat much of this Hubby Did you havo a pleasant o tho fact tjw;., stern,y a portion of tho skin with other, but cator can ln a your." Cincinnati EnIt is the best tonic I ever planted Into, larm cpnt In tho case of Quinoncz the fumes quirer. ,corn crop will bo afternoon? saw." Try Cardui. " ., Wlfey No. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. caught on flro and tho can of ether ors should tlguro n h0"a 1 Q.M law ,.,Iow Bhnll we roscuo ho nation rrom tho "I haven't seen your son for so7-er- Smith camo and left together. I was upset upon the victim. A girl care of this crop. It aUrlgh but K ow k eltcni All t. o years. Ho seemed then qulto had a lot ot things to toll Mrs. Jones studont, Elsla Kanawltz, In tho the prop will mature and-groat deal about Mrs, Smith of New York, clad In a bath rouo, a promising' lad." ! that can '.'That's the proper adjective; he'3 more to tell Mrs. Smith about Mrs, glngle nlBh was Imprisoned ln n'hall bedroom for fall, tho man who has isllo his corn aiimioa care of sayj be filled can take, commoncomont this year.- "- 18 hours by girl moinbors of the been sued twlco for. breach of prom-- ; Jones; and, of course; I couldn't Ulnde. ' a Word. sophomoro class. It was alleged iso'--Tol- edo to tho Ksas City Star, , .of building up FARM DEPARTMENT. KENTUCKY CHOP ESTIMATE. that tho student hnd broken ono of tho girls' rules by conversing with of very motnbers of tho male sex at n forbid J w.ffiniUvi,uiSiss35n; ISWWPWP-0 XJVtJ?7j ChEIdrcn Cry fos FSetcher's nt Just-as-goo- d" o, What is C ASTORIA arising-therefrom- aEHuniE CASTOR A always two-thir- one-thir- 00 la Use For Over 30 The fears Have Always Bought gtr-mon- ,..... vv-a4 For Weak Women a "ttr ea habit-formi- ng Well-know- id v after-effec- ts. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ( i ... .rnN core-moni- es low-brow- ' ' ,,..,. B- al col-leg- Druggists aaZniZ'mt0tion B.TWSOEr irr WIFE SEES LOVER ' Turkestan of a fled force to attack DEMOCRATS TO MAKE Porsla and Afghanistan la but part of a big nlot by which it is hoped to ATTACK ON WILSON SLAIN BY HUSBAND end our power In India. Tho opinion Is oxproscd that should the wholo Uolshovik, jilot maturo our presant forcos iu India would ho Insufficient Effort To Oust President Outraged, Shoots Man To to corn with tho rllng." ' ffMMBHBSHHHHHK i MHHIIIHHKfllHI Bi22&B0ffl uf&&xbli LUWI I lwll Death In Room With Spouse. KKKNUII l.IKU OUK canning Mimions From Party Councils To Be Made Last roar Franco borrowed throe Henderson, Ky., Juno 16. deorgo canning specialists from tho United Maddox, 3G, shot and killo'j "Dock'.' States Dopartmcnt of Agriculture. Stanley 'with a doublc-ba'.rcisht-- This unit taught a largo number of Sobree, Ky., car',y this morn-in- agricultural directors and professors, );nn nt niter tho latter fM( ,een found assembled for the purpose at tho prln with clpal French agricultural college, tho In n compromising position American methods of canning and Maddox's wifn. drying. This year the' Americans Mnddoxnn einployo of the Standard Brick Company, of Evaiisville, have been asked to continue tho de and his wJfo have hoen separated for monstratlons and lectures. One of sovoral weeks'. .Stanley, who Is SO tho unit Is already there and tho rest years old, married, and has one child, sail tho last of May. Instead of giving the instruction also had marital difficulties and was. at ono place In France this summer, sepnrflfJ roji) Wa wife. wont to tho short courses will bo conducted In I Toslorday Maddox parts of tho country at the . home of Jhls wife's father, A. J-- Drown different a reconcllia-ps- n. schools whore thoso who attended the In an endeavor to effect tohch'ng He was told she was not at courso last year havo been Amrlcnrt canning methods. To facihomo, and that no one there knew Govern her whereabouts. Upon inquiry It litate the work, the French which ment recently issued a bulletin developed that she was at Stanley's gives complete directions for canning homo nt Sebree. by the American method. Thn maMnddox, according to his own story which la procured a shotgun and started for terial for this bulletin, published the in of its kind to be Stanley's home. On arriving there first until ho French, was prepared by Frautz P. ho walked nbout tho house American cancamo to a window through which ho Lund, a member of the wife. He ning unit. conld boo Stanley and his " 4& tapped nt the window to attract atDUKEIIUItST jumped up anil tention, and Stanley started for a shotgun at the opposlto Mr. Ray Cornell loft Monday for sldo of tho room. As he rose Mad"' dox fired, tho charge taking effect Glasgow. Mr. C. M. Wade went to Hartford Jn Stanley's right side. The latter i continued to reach for his weapon Tuesday. Mr. Ctflloy Acton, of Dundee, was and Maddox fired the remaining bar; rel, tho shot blowing off half of hero Tuesday, on business. Willie Belle Hardin is spending the Stanley's head. The'woman, clad in night clothes, ran screaming from tho weok nt Williams Minos. Miss- Maggio Ferguson, of Sunny-dal- e, house. was in Owenshoro, a few day. Maddox surrendered to Marshal Turpln at Sebree and was lodged In last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhoads, of Tafjail at Dixon. His examining trial fy worohere Tuesday, enrouto to will he held Saturday. -ei K. - Saturday, June 19th,-192- 0 French Lick, Ind., Juno 10. The opening of tho Democratic National Convention at San Francisco will witness on attack with tho object of eliminating tho President from party councils, according to In. dlcations given at tho Democratic conference which is under wny hero, W. 0. McAdoo will bo tho ccntor of tho nttack, slnco the aro determined to defeat tho presidential aspirations of President Wilson's and nomlnato n candidate who Is opposed to tho adminanti-Wilson son-in-la- w Sale Begins at 9:00 a. m. House and Lot, with jElectric Lights, City Water and Sewer Connections. Office and Household Goods and Fixtures. TERMSHouse and Lot, cash, balance in one and two years. Everything else cash. House and Office Fixtures will be put up at 1:00 p. m. all to go to the highest bidder. one-thir- d istration. Gov. James M. Cox, of Ohio, at present istho strongest of these entrants, while Govornpr Smith, of Now York, and Herbert Hoover aro men- fjXOW AT OMAHA, NEK., Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver Dam, ENDS WAVE OF HEAT was here for the week-en- d with her parents. Omaha, .Neb,, June 16. Flurries of snow, melting bofore they reached the ground today ended a heat wave which had extended for eight temperature dropped days. The "twenty-tw-o degrees. MOIST PLANK AND COX 1V1IJL WIN, SAYS MACK Chicago, June 15 National Chair-ina- n Will II. Hays and tho last of the Itepublican war horses, having left 'Chicago today, squads of Democratic 'chieftains who have been carefully watching the doings of the Republican National Convention are departing for San Francisco. "Tho Republicans left us some fine rtjpenlng," said Norman E. Mack, 'Democratic National Committeeman from New York. "With a moist plank. In the Democratic .platform, something ttiat will give folks a chance" for light wines and beers, I think victory In November for the Democracy would bo assured." of Mr. Harding The nomination tho pivotal State of Ohio by tho from Republicans, all Democrats, who have been on the ground havo conceded, ias strengthened the position of Governor Cox in San Francisco. y" c v, OASTO R 'A spread bubonic of Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S plague is ukportkd Vensacola, Fin., Juno 15 With announcement that a second case of Imuonle plague had been officially city authorities today speeded up their plans to eradclato tho dise- ase-bearing rats. Vera Cruz, Juno It. After throo days, beginning last Friday, in which no now cases qt bubonic plague developed hero, two cases of the disease and throe suspected cases were reported todny. There ulso were two deaths from tho plague. Moxlco City, Juno ID Two now , asos of bubonic plaguo havo boon re- jwrted at Tampico, according to tho lrcoUIor's correspondent in that city. m Mr. Tom Smith, of Kronos, spent Sunday night with his father, Mr. J. F. Smith. Miss Clara Patton Is spending the weok with her mother, near Hartford, who Is quite ill. Mr. Curtis Whobrey, of Roukport, visited relatives and friends near hero last week. Mr. Will Schapmife and family, of Hartford, spent" Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas. Mrs. Ira Allen and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McDowell, of Bennetts. Miss Alma Baughn spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Vera and Tina Mldklff, of near Hartford. Mr. Bradley Thomas and family, of Horton, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas. Miss Sudie Allen spent Saturday and Sunday with . A. Park and fam ily and attended church nt Washing ton. Mr. Will Duke, of Bell's Run, pass ed through here Tuesday, on hi3 way to Olaton, to visit his brother, Jim Duke. The remains of David Meadows, who died at the Alms House, was Interred at Clear Itun Cemetery, Mon day, at 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs J. W. York have received word of the recent mar- dago of their son, Arthur, of to a Miss Smith, of that place. Miss Evelyn Jones and brother, of are visiting their Madlsonvllle, grandmother, Mrs. Florence Allon and .other relatives, near here. Mr. and Mrs. James Hancock, Mr. J. Y. Hagorman and son and Park Taylor motored out from Hartford Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Mr. J. T. Morris. Mrs. W. K. Hardin spont Saturday and Sunday at McIIenry. She was accompanied homo by her daughter, Wlllyo Belle, who has been spending tho past two weeks with her grandparents, nt that place. Rev. M. S. Snell will preach at Concord Saturday night. and Sunday. Miss. Beatrice Whltehouso, of Dundee visited relatives here last weok Mr. Jnmos Allon was In Madtsonvillo this week, taking treatment from a specialist. IN MEMORY Of Bertha J. rtcnd'or, wife of Tom Rondor, Beaver Dam, Ky., who this lolf May in, 1920 nt tho ago of thirty-ninafter having flu, followed by an affection of tho heart, and who for tho five previous years lind been n sufferer of Pellagra. Sho professed faith In and accepted Christ as her savjor at the ago of fifteen, Jolnod Bonver Dam Baptist Church, living a christian life, and a faithful mombor of that Church until her death. She loavoahsr husband, one child, mother, Mrs. Harriet Pnxtun, throe brothers and two sisters to mourn her demise. e, accompanied by their son, J. C. B. S. Chambcrlln nt Roso Hill, OwensRev. Herald will fill his regular horo, Saturday June tho 12th. appointment horn ntimlnv nlpht niui A few days back nil wcro saying, "Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. "I wish It would stop raining nnd Farmers nro very busy putting out now many aro saying I wish It would their crops, some nre cultivating, and rain, so that I could sot my tobacco." nil nre making good use of their All aro never satisfied at onco. Do . time. your best, put forth an effort nnd wo Mrs. Etta Rowan, who has boon will make it somehow. In Owensboro during the past month, Mr, and Mrs. B." M. Bennett aro tho is improving and'Wlll return homo in oldest couple residing in this coma few days. munity, both nro beyond four scoro Mrs. Tom. Murray, of Clear Run, nnd enjoying reasonably good health. visited her' parents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. Rowan Tucker of tho Shlnklo James Crowe, of Beda, from Tuesday Chapel country, who hud been in J. L. Patton, 'of Hartford Several from here attended singing to Thursday. poor health for nbout five years, died Mr. J. E. Park, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tinsley nnd last Saturday morning, nnd was at Magan Sunday. San Francisco", June 15. William of Washington, is conducting the Mesdames James Hudson and A. C. buried at Now Bethel Sunday nt 11 Harrison (Jack) Dempsey, world!? singing. Smith attended tho funeral of Mrs. o'clock. heavyweight champion, .was found Miss Ernestine Ralph and little not guilty on a selective draft eva- brother, James Arthur, of Hartford, sion. Indictment by a Jury in tho Unit visited in this neighborhood from ed States District Court here today.. Friday until Sunday. B6th sides .waived final argument Mr, R. A. Duko and family. Misses in the trial today and immediately Golda Burdette, Maymo Tncker, thereafter Judge M. T. Dooltng be- Messrs. Earl Maiden and William gan instructing tho Jury. The de- Duke, of Sunnydale, wore guests of fense, contrary to its announcement, Mr. J. H. Miller and family Sunday failed to put on two concluding wit- afternoon. nesses. When this bank promises Service and you accept, The jury was out ten minutes, and BALD KNOB. we commit ourselves to support your efforts in every took one ballot. Judge M. T. Doollng's Instructions Mr. Elton Davis is 111 with mumps. way that a progressive Bank-can- . to the Jury occupied twenty minutes Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Taylor visited In them he outlined the three counts Mr. Taylor's parents Sunday. in the Indictment against tho chamSunday school is progressing very pion, which wore: nicely at Mt. Pleasant, with good atDirect evasion of the selective tendance. draft. Rev. Harper will fill his legular False statements In Dempsey's appointment here next Saturday night questionnaire as to his dependents and Sunday. "False statements to the district Mrs. Molllo Davis has a most won It may be that you are notffamiliar with the many draft board here. derful white leghorn chiurten. It is ways in which this Bank can serve YOU. Tho courtroom was thronged with lust like any othe: rhlefcen only Its spectators and many could not obtain tead is like that of a mole with no We are always ready to discuss .financial probadmission. eyes. Following the verdict Dempsey, his lems with the view of benefiting the customer as Miss Lula Sorrels and Mrs Nora parents and hl3 attorneys were Hayes and daughter, Helen Joyce, of well as the bank. stormed by friends wishing to offer Sholbyvlllo, attended their grand congratulations. funeral last Monday, mother Baird's Dempsey said later: at Alexandra, and stopped over on I "I am mighty glad It Is over. their way home and spent a few days am glad not only for the acquital but with their nephew, Mr. Norval Leach Incorporated also for the fact that the trial gave and family. me an absolutely, clean sheet." Ohio County's Oldest Financial tioned as possibilities. There also will be an attack on William J. Bryan, thru a "personal liberty" plank which probably will find expression In party commitment to states' rights Jn prohibition enforcement and some abrogation of tho Volstead enforcement act to permit consumption of light wines and beer. The conference hero has tlovolop-c- d BEECH VALLEY. that there is strong concealed to nny plan for an open deMr. and Mrs. Jk L. Patton, of Hnrt- claration on the League of Nations, and a move will be made to declare .ford. were here Friday. Mr. Marvin Baker, of Palo, spent ngalnst President Wilson's league and underwrite the league, with reserva- Sunday with, Mr. Leo P. Miller. Miss Ava Edge, or Adaburg, spent tions, if the first- - plan is defeated. Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Bertron Magan. , The farmers. hero nro very busy DEMPSEY NOT GUILTY with their work now, during tho pretty weather. Mr. Willlo Patton spont the week-;tlChampion Frwil By Jury Of Draft with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evasion Charge. DR. E. W. FORD, Hartford, Ky. jjtitf-jira- i I v Bank Service! Merchandising, Industry and Farming : BANK OF HARTFORD Institution. A joint indictment charging conNOTICE TO ICE CUSTOMERS. spiracy to evado tho selective draft remains against Dempsey and his Will deliver ico in Beaver Dam. manager, Jack Kearns. They were Ky at tho following factory weights ordered to plead to thl3 indictment 'p tomorrow. Their counsel said thej and prices: Block customers 300 Pjs. $2.40 diswould ask that this Indictment bo i per block. missed. 100 lb. customers 90c per cwt. Mrs. Prlscllla Dempsey, mother of 50 lb. customers that keep their the champion, who sat by his side rofrigerators constantly engaged, 4Cc throughout tho trial, squeezed his BO lbs. to any trade not to exceed big hand in both of hers when the GOc. verdict was roturnod. Later sho 25 lb. customers that keep their said 8he had never feared for,the outrofrigerators constantly engaged, 25c. come. 25 lbs. to any trade, not to exceed OAK GItOVR. 30c. Tomato Growers! If we can be of service to Farmers are almost done planting corn. Tho tobacco crop is very short in this community. Anyone wanting screen frames painted would do well to call on Itunso Martin, Cromwell. Mr. Stanley Gllstrnp and wife, of Mcllonry, visited Mrs. (lilstrnp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, the first of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ilannoy, of Simmons, visited their paronts, Wluson Smith ami family Saturday night and Sunday. o Dr. Willard Lako, wife, and son, of Simmons, mot Mr. Guy Hutmoy, of Select. Sunday at Borah's Ferry, and thoy had a very plsasnnt time fishing. Tho Dr. fished all day ' with the same bait. Quy said he all th wy .from Bowling fished. Green to Rpojiaster and did not get a single bite. lit-tl- IJECIjAKKS UPRISING, PLANNED IN INDIA tjwnilon, Juno 13, Alarming hd ug reports of an intondod ed in India in tho autumn aro Tuauhlns the Government, according to the Star today, which says that ttolshevlk literature Is known to bo Tliriilnd the movement. "7he India office, when questioned vWtn regard to tho Star reports doctored that it had received no such Information. The Star, howovor, makes the flat ashdrrion and displays thu news sensationally. "It 1b cpntsidercd by the authorities nt homo, "'the Star pays, "to be mom ttiun probable that organization In All trade undor 25 lbs, at the rate , of ?1,25 per cwt. Any tlmo you aro not satisfied with factory wolght, will make you hlghor prfcos and weigh. , Thoro will bo loss shrinkage this season than last, as the Ice will be delivered to Beavor Dam In a truck. W. W. HOCKER, Beaver Dam, W. W. HOCKER, Boavor Dm.-Ky- . prices havo been agreod Tho above upon betweon W. W. Hocker, nnd 50t2 Ellis Ico Co., Hartford, Ky. m you in any way, let us know. Inquire of Bank of Hartford. i. BEDA. Mr. J. N. Hudson fclowly, is Improving POCHET PACKING CO. 519-52- br Mrs. Mary Brooks Is visiting In Beda, this week." a Rev. E. W. Smith delivered splendid sermon on missions, at Mt. Hermon,' Sunday. R. N. Rowan went to Owensboro Sunday, fo visit Mrs. Rowan. Ho was 0 Mercantile Bank Bldg., EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.