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NUMBER 4 ft touched on working conditions, ed supply of rifles, their man power EUROPE AGAIN ON wages only. This decision leaves the HARDING'S PORCH supply Is unlimited, which onables "DRYS" TO URGE way open for further 'hearings. Tho tho Soviet cblof to sacrifice 100,000 CAMPAIGN NOW ON . mntter of overtime and holday and GAUNT WAR'S' BRINK mon in a single battle If necessary OF BRYAN INTO RACE Sunday pay was not mentioned, and without Jeopardizing' the strength of will stand for tho present, as It is now his force. operative which Is different on the There Is Findlay, Ohio Elks First Mobilization May Result In Franco and strong feeling both In Only IVlen Displeased Passenger various roads. Britain against a fresh Refusal Of .Peerless As tho Increase is retroactive tho Bod To Call At Sen Rejection Of English And Freight Rates. To mobilization. Huinanlto, the French One Can Avert Stamemployes will have coming to thenr on ' Socialist organ, says today the I . Ultimatum ator's Home. Go 3 Higher jfn pede Attempt. their next pay tho nggregato of thrco will not permit a single man months Increase. or cent to bo used against Russia. Tho boards urged tho roads to pro. Chicago, July 20. Union railroad cecd without unnecessary delay In Marlon, O., July 20. A delegation Berlin, July 2l.J-A-n official stateLincoln, Neb., July 20 Leaders irt WELCH CLINE. H on nro nol'satlsflcd with tho wago paylug this amount, but in view of of Elks from Findlay, tQ., appeared ment was Issued today declaring Gervarious delegations to the prohibit award inndo today by, (ho .United tho larjjo amount of clerical work it unannounced on Senatbr Harding's many's complete neutrality In the Mr. Harry CHno, of Oanalou, Mo., tlon national convention tonight deSUtCH Labor Hoard. They uro de- will involve, asked the men tp be pa- lawn today and with the help of the situation' arising from) the hostilities bating whother thoy should nccopt It tient and retrain' from pressure pv Republican presidential nomlnco and In progress between Russia and Po- and Miss Vina Lse Welch, of Dundee, clared they will go Into their first session were as "tho best thoy can trot unucr tho criticism. la Jirass bund staged a curtain-raisland, The statement was digued by eveningunited In marriage Tuesday William tomorrow determined to namo Jennings Bryan as their at the home of Mr. and Mrs' ,rcumstunces" or reject It mid strlko to the front porch campaign. President Ebert and Foreign Minis: J. D. Holbrook, of this place. Rev. presidential nominee despito tho fact to enforce their demand. The senator's role consisted of a tor Simons. MRS. GLENN ENTERTAINS that they have received word, 'directly Russell Tho award grants nn agsmgnle piy groat deal of handshaking and a short Paris, July 21 The political sltua-- . mony. Walker performed tho cere- from. Mr. Bryan that he does not want of $000,000,000 n year, or a increase Sirs. J. S. Olenn entertained the talk In which ho paid tribute to tho ion upon which rests the peace of Mr. and Mrs. Cllne will reside In tho nomlnationiand doos'not consider xnlso of 18 to 27 per cent for tho men. Ladled' Social Club Wednesday after- war work of tho fraternity and harkIs declared by official Tho workers had asked an Increase, of noon. Several games of progressive ed back to his boyhood when tho sources here tonight to be more seri- Cannlou, Mo., to which place they It advisable for tho party to place a went after spending a short time at ticket in tho field. CO per cent. Part of tho stlns'ls taken rook wore played. Mrs. Blrkhe'ad1 Mnrion band, of which ho was a mem ous than any that has arisen since the Dundee. The .only thing that can avert an out of tho award by the fact that It Is mado the highest score, losing only ber, wont over to Findlay for a prize armistice. attempt by a large group of delegates Tctroactlvo tQ May 1." This Is having ono game, At the conclusion of tho competition. , "AUho neither France nor Britain to stampede the convention for Brynoma Influenco on tho deliberations of games a delicious "We copped off the prize," he said, Is mobilizing yet, It is clearly Eng LOCAL MASONS HAVE lunch an and name him by acclamation is-ftho men. was served. Tho guests present wero "and we camo homo almost as proud land's task now to unrnvol '.be tanglo the Nebraskan himself to send INTERESTING MEET As soon as tho award win granted, Mlsls Myrtlo Chapman, of Memphis, as we were when ho heard the result arising from Prmler Lloyd George's word that 'he positively will not aclicads of tho unions went into session Tonn., Mrs. J. C. Her, of Louisville, of the Chicago convention. virtual ultimatum to Soviet Russia cept the nomhratlon, according to to consider It. They adjourned two Mrs. Henderson Murphree, of Owens-bor- o, nd the letter's refusal to comply with Davo Jackson Secretary of The KenProud To He Elk. many state leaders. A telegram was, tucky Grand Lodge, a Work-"- " liours later to meet with tho separate Misses Mattye Sandofur, Myrtlo About a hundred wero In the dele- It," said an official of the Foreign Of sent to Mr. Bryan today, informing inn Visitor. crafts, who nro fltlll In session and Maddox, Mary Marks, Mattye Duke gation, which motored to Marlon and fice to me late today. him that unless such a statement is Mill contlnuo their discissions during and Mrs. Ira Bean. "Unless Britain accepts Moscow's The members thon marched on to tho Harding resiHartford Lodge No. '075, F. & A forthcoming his supporters will at4ho night. present were: Misses Lettyo Marks dence with a band blaring at the view unconditionally and, withdraw! tempt to carry out their plans of placM., held a most interesting and VII1 Issue Statement. and Sophia Wocncr; Mcsdamcs head of the column. They were led ier request to act a intermediary be session Mon Jay night, wrlen ing him before ,fhe peopro on tho dry mtotlng of tho union Anothor Cooper, BarrasB, Kirk, Por- by Representative R. Clint Cole, who tween Poland and the Soviets for" an ly attended session Monday night, and the platform that can bo framchiefs will bo hold tomorrow, when ter, Holbrook, Taylor, Tlnslcy, Sul- - asked Senator Harding to come ( to armistice and peace, diplomats here whon near 100 masons' were present ed. they will go over tho opinions of the lcngcr, McCrackcn, Blrkhcad, Collins Findlay for a homecoming of the seo In the dispatch of a large Franco-Britis- h By previous arrangement, Davo Jack-o- n, Tho declsln to attempt to force tho mon as oxprcsscd at tonight's ses and Mlschke. army to tho PplUh front the Elks, of which he is a member, early Secretary of the Grand Lodo was nomination of Mr. Bryan was mado-lat- e sions. After that meeting an official In August. Ho replied that he would only possible solution of the prob- present today after several secret confer and occupied tho Master's statement will probably bo Issued at least "drop In and say howdy," if lem.". station during the conference of the ences of national committeemen, dele- setting forth tho opinion and position BOTH BILLS SHUN Situation Desperate. engagements permitted. gates and friends of Mr. Bryan here. of tho unions. DRYS' NOMINATION his"I'm vory proud'to bo Poland's, military situation is ad third degree upon two candidates. Elk," 4an Poling Also Strong. The work was pronounced as fine Tho unions had completed In adSenator Harding said, "and I feel mittedly desperate. The Russian as was ever witnessed In this section. vance their plans to do ono of three "Billy" Sunday-Sny- s A lapse in the Bryan boom during Commander-in-chie- f, Ho Is Satisfied adopting Hln- that the Elks of. the United States Secretary Jacksbn delivered a the early hours today revealed that things after they had seen tho award: AVItli Harding, Henry Ford have made a record for patriotism denburg's strategy, has succeeded In splendid talk to the lodge which was Dan A. Poling, of New York, acting First Accept tho award placing Warsaw, the Polish capital, Is Mentioned. and service that will remain Imperishmuch appreciated by those present. Second Call a referendum voto of International president of tho Christable as long as tho memory of the in a position where it i3 bound to be The local lodge bad been assessed ian Endeavor, will have considerable tho men. squashed within the remorsely closLincoln, Nob., July 21 Faced with great war endures." in the sum of $2,930 as her portion of strength, as many delegates announcThird Call a general strike. Information that neithPolitics wns not touched In tho talk ing pinchers of tho Soviet war ma- the Million Dollar fund for the Ken- ed him as their second choico, Bryan Tho brotherhood heads have boen er W. J. Bryan nor "Billy" Sunday nor did chine If Moscow gives the word to go the candidate make any tucky Widows' and Orphans' Homa, being first. oinpowered to call tho" Bt"rlk"o If they vould bo available for a national tickstatement during tho day on on Tvitn tE'oi.campaIgn( beyond Po- jr ld.at this meeting $690,00 were add further sou fit, but, thcro is a tendency on the et, the Prohibition party forgot nomi- his.' Besides the usual "dry" planits, the-- " League of Nations tight. His land's borders. part of these men to act cautiously. nees at tho opening of Its convention friends are counting on his speech, of The Soviet commander' perform- ed $o the $2,290 hero to tor J subscribe platform committee wilt have before Railroad executives have announc- today and sweltered through two acceptance Thursday to develop the ed the unparalleled feat of bringing ed, which sum carried Hartford it proposed planks on several other ed thJt thoy will accept tho award. hours of speechmaklng In an unven-tilate- d nest stop of his campaign strategy 80,000 men from tho Caucasus to Lodge over tho peak by $20.00, A schedules. Among these will bo $50.00 subscription, was also made in lanks advocating public ownership of They will look to the Interstate Coiu-arc- o auditorium. against the "foreign commitments" tho Gallclan frontier within four behalf of Robards Lodge, No. 883, railroads and public utilities, a world Commission to grant an days and his left wing Is now less Speakers spent the morning session of President Wilson. making a total of $740.00 added to tribunal to settle International dbi- - , In rates sufficient to overcame in praising their own party and deMost of the day the senator work-- i than 100 miles from Warsaw, aptho swell in tho payrolls. with. claring that the Democrats and Re ed on accumulating correspondence, parently awaiting action the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' puates, "friendly Mexicp rather than "hostile InterE. T. Whltlor, spokesman for tho publican's did nothing at their conven by the right wing, which Is a few Home fund, Monday night. but be heard reports of political conConsidered altogether, no Session ference," federal railroads, said as soon as tho, award tions but "throw stones at each oth- ditions in tho East and West from miles from the East Prussian border, laws vas niado: before starting the final drive. The of more real profit to the Craft has and one dealing w' blhloatr er." former Gov.'Frank B. Willis, of Ohio, "Tho railroads will accept this It wob mado absolutely certain tj who Just returned from a trip, thru final drive, if,undertaken, will throw been held In these parts in recent and one dealing with labor problems. years perhaps, the display of good every hasto to put tile delegates today by frionds of Mr. schedule and make Plank Sought. ' New York, and James Q. the entire Soviet force Into a formidait into effect." hope feeling and fellowship engendered In Bryan that the Nebraskan will not Dardcn, of New Yorkt on his way ble line which the Poles can not "Warren G. Stone, grand chief or a meeting. as was held on Just such . Union Heads Glvo Opinions 'I accept tho nomination It It Is offered back from the Pacific Coast. Mr. to stop. the Order of Rallwiy Engineers, has H Tho dissatisfaction of tho mon was him. Delogatcs apparently were re- Willis pronounced the Now York sitMdanwhlloi eight divisions are this occasionis really worth While. prepared a labor. plank which will be reflected In tho statements of their luctantly coming to the conclusion uation '"very, very encouraging" and menacing Memel, tho strategic port, in co resented to the committee. An union heads. .LOUISVILLE MARKETS that his whiles must be respected and Mr. Darden declared he was abso- East Prussia, J. 40 miles from Dan- plank ,to bo proposed by a. "I feol that this award will prob it was believed ho would not be plac- lutely certain tl'e Republican ticket zig. Colorado delegate is not likely to re ably not gratify or satisfy tho men, ed in nomination. Cattle The medium and half-fceive serious consideration, accordlng" would carry "every state of the far Forbidden to Stop Reds. and If they want to go on a strlko I "Billy" Sunday's statement in Hood West." Military experts here do not doubt grassers are extremely hard to In- to national committeemen. am with them," said L. K. Shopard, Rlvor, Oregon, last night that he was The national committee today vot' The Flndlayltes arrived Just as that the reds will occupy Memel in terest buyers in at uneven i rices. Dechief of tho Brotherhood of Engine-me- n "satisfied with Harding" was consid- workmen were laying a carpet o! a few days unless the allies permit mand for canners fair: best canners ed to recommend to the convention and Firemen. ered as eliminating hlih. crushed limestone on the Harding the Germans to rush an army thither $4 down. Cutter trade as well as that in future each state name one' must analyze the announcement Loaders seenied certain; however lawn In anticipation of hard usage by to defend the port. That, however, Is medium' to good cows, slow and in man and one woman as members of oeforo mnklng any comment," saM (that a candidate would be chosen ani the marching clubs which are to coma forbidden by the Spa agreement. active. Milch cow trade unceitaln. the party's national committee. Timothy Shea, vice president of tho Henry Ford was being mentioned it to Marlon during the cainralgu. By Falling allied Intervention, Russia .Limited demand for feeders and The proposal introduced by Robert Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. many quarters. stockers of all descriptions. Commpn Patton, Illinois state chairman, their unannounced visit they stole in t the opinion of all "I am very approhonslve of tho reVirgil Hlnshaw, national commltto.i from the people' of, Mansfield, O., the observers here, will Inevitably over- stockers especlal'v dun. Fair clearby B. E. P. Prugh, Pennsylport's effect," declared Bert Jowoll, chairman, opened the convention with distinction of being the first group run not only Poland and East Prus-s- a, ance in evIdencV. vania state cnalrman and by G. W. ' president of tho shop craft workers. a speech which was noncommittal on of political pllgrams to be received Quotations Prime heavy steers Dean, of Wisconsin. Dean asserted, but will menace the whole of ""XVhon two million men nre soroly tho party's future Presidential plans, $12.50(0)14: heavy shipping; steers that the party had no women memby Senator Harding. . A Mansfield Prussia, Including Berlin, disappointed it is difficult to forecast but Aaron S,. Watklns, keynoter, urg- - delegation is 10 cpme on juiy ai, ana 11.5012.50; medium steers $10.50 bers In Wisconsin who wora sultablo-to- r Backing up their demand for pertho result." lod that a "powerful ticket bo placed their visit s thq first on the official mission to fight tho Bolshevikl, tho 011.50; light steers $9.50010 50; membership on tho nationtl comTho men aro not pleased with the In tho field." campaign Germans in a note to the allies to- fat heifers $812.50; fat cows $7S mittee. program of the" fronf-porc- h ; board's awardr" asserted W. T. cutters About 200 dogates andj'.'iOO visHarding headquarters were inform- day stated that tho communist ele- 10.60; medium cows Ida B. Wise Smith, president of tho.' Mrown, vlco president of tho Order of itors wero present. Platform and ed today that about 2,000 would come ments In Germany are becoming In- $4.50 Q 5; canners $3.504; bulls Iowa W. C. T. U., appealed to tho Jtailway Telegraphors. feeders othor usual committees were appoint- from Mansfield and that they would creasingly strong, and that a "bar- $5.50(8)7.25; $f.1025; Committee not to deny equal rights W. G. Leo, president of tho Broth-lioo- d ed and began work immediately. by airplane, motor and rail. rier of bayqnets" Is necessary to pre- stockers $60)950; choice mllch'cows to women and the committee then arrive of Railway trainman, had this 100; medium $CP0)&3; com- voted unanimously for Patton'smo--tlo- n. O, W. Henny will be the ajr plloj of vent establishment of Soviet rulelu $85 C to say: mon $40065. VOTING .PRECINCTS IN u Germany. tha'delegatlon and will shower "As'yet wo have not decided on any COUNTY TO HE DIVIDED Calves Market Active and 75c Incldentiallv, note the German with Harding and CooIIdge literaction and nobody can toll what Is' points out that tho Russian armies to- higher. Best veals $15 16.25; meA SURPRISE. ature. .going to happon. Anybody who foreUpon roquost of County Judgo day aro exnetly halt way between dium $11(8)14; common $6(0)7." . i casts a strike or Bays thoro will bo no Mack Cook, the hoads of tho' DemoHogs Supply . continues small Moscow and Franco. A surprise pound supper was glv-- on ( MARRIAGE LICENCES. ' strike knows moro about tho situa- cratic and Republican parties In tho war 6fflco denies that mo- with a gpod, active demand N for Tho the at the homo of G. P. Jones on tho tion than I do and I am well inform- County havo designated or appointbilization of the French army is Im- choice hogs for local killing purposes. evening of July 16th, In honor of J. C. Houton, Rumsp'y. to Carrlo ed." ed a committee of two each, toJiaVo minent, it is .reported that French of- Prices established early on, a steady Mlsa Zonla Jones, It being the 17th ." XIpc McCrouj Rur-,i;yOutlaws Displeased. charge of, and work out tho details ficers who aro members of allied mis-- " asls, Best hogs 250 pounob up $15; anniversary of her birth. Thoro wero Wllllo Fergurson, Prentiss, to An"Tho United States Labor Board's of dividing tho various precincts with neighboring 165 (o 250 pounds $16.50; 120 to 64 porsons In attendance and all slons in Poland and "' i decision Is unsatistacory," said John in the County in ordor to make thorn nie R.Vioruon. Beaver countries may bo assigned at onco to 165 pounds $15.50; pigs 90 to 120 seemed to enjoy tho occasion. Nathan Payton, Olaton, to Annie service in tho Polish army. pounds $tl.50; 90 poundu down $10j Druntiu, of tho "outlaw" Yardmen's conform to tho law requiring a diviThose present . wero entertained -shows discrimina- sion whon the total vote in ono pre- Burden, OJa'o'i l'U Association. Tho consequonces of a possible hos- throwouts $11.25 down, with music, after which Ml partook' '"".'itr. (iaddl McIIorrv. to Ador Sheep tand Lambs Quality of tho or the abundant feast widen had t tion whon it ignores tho Yardmen's cinct exceeds 350. This Is mado nectile attitude on tho part of the allies ' representing 300,01k) essary by anticipating that tho vote Wi.Ut. McIIJt.ry. Association, toward the Soviets are frankly viewed day's run was generally mixed with in by tho visitors. II O Cllne. Cnnalou. Mc. to Vina will bo almost doubled by tho adanon." in few strictly good lambs offortd. TradWo wish to express our appreciawith tho greatest apprehension . ing established early on a eteady to tion of the prosence gf each and highrefused to hear tho mission of tho ballot to the women In Loe Welcli, Fordsvllle. competont quarters here. The board had "rebel" delegates when It was gath- tho coming. Presidential election. Thero Is no quostlon that the allies strong basis. Best lambs $14.50 ly esteem the honor conferred. Tho Quite a number of tho precincts, YOUNGER SET TAKE ering Information for tho award. It's aro able to forward to Poland Gor 16; strictly choice weighty lambs conduct of each was most genteol and MOONLIGHT HAY RIDE man war material, ammunition and $15.25; seconds $8; culls $45. your coming and manifestations of" Dtand wub taken on the ground that as now established, will contain from tno mon had violated tho law by call- 400 to as high as 700 porsons legalothor fighting paraphernalia now Bost sheep $7 7. 50; choice handy-welgh- ts goodwill, will long be cherished. de$7.75; bucks $4.50 down. Quite a largo number of the young- stored In East Prussia awaiting ing their strike. Tho award grants ly entitled to vote in the fall election, MR. AND MRfe G. P. JONES AND . making it next to impossible to poll er sot Indulged In a moonlight hay struction under the supervision of alPRODUCE MARKETS nothing to tho "outlaws." DAUGHTER-- MISS ZONIA. EGGs Candled 38c dozen. O. Dunn, odjtor of tho Rall-wl- y tho voto.. ride Wednesday night. The Night lied missions, but tho problem Is to Messrs. T. E. Cooper and Rowan Rldors wont to Cooper's school bouse, supply the Polish front with suffiBUTTER Country. 34c lb. Ago, analyzed the award and said BOND MARKET SLOW. ' .v It was tho highest that could possibly Holbrook will represont the Demo- via Beaver Dam, returning by way of cient men to resist the threatened on- POULTRVHens 23c lb.; spring (broilers)' 37c- - lb.; old road, slaught of the Soviet armies, a task chickens Victory and Liberty Loan Bonds "bo granted to tho workers at this crats while Mtbsrs. M. ii. Hoavrln arid Goshen and tho Centertown tthno without disrupting tho finances W. C. Blankenshtp havo, boen desig- making flulto a long trip. There which qualified experts here descrlbo roostors 12 14c tb.; ducks 10 15a are quoted today ay the way from nated U3 representatives of tho Re-p- wero about 25 in tho party and a as "Impossible." lbs; turkeys 3035o lb.; geese 12 8.4.84.jjto 95.83, victory loan bonds-sof tho railroads. ' Tho the Russians have but a Umlt- - 15c Ib.;1uInoa8J03Dc apiece. Means. pleasant time was the report of all. bringing tho higher figure. jf he award did not deal with the BAIL WAGE BOOST $600,000,000 1-- ; - er ' two-cour- or n, largo-attond- ed soml-officl- al antl-lyacnl- Anti-Tobac- up-sta- ta antf-tobac- -- kt 'I well-inform- ed d was-attacke- , $5f, Ma-rlo- ' r . boen-brough- ul .Wvilrtufe- - , kt BALLS MEETING OF - KY. G. 0, P. LEADERS will bo sent to Kentucky to do organization work throughout tho stato. Mnjor. Morris Is a nntlvo of tho mountains. t GERMANS ACCEDE Tit DEMANDS OF ALLIES tecnth Amendment. uuusi)- - opposed ny Antl-Snloo- tho Domocrntlc organization has Ions been loyally under tho control of the' saloon 'Interest. monls a day for a few days won will "Th) Democratic parly, rtl't'TurJ-Ili- g Deliveries. soon have a relish for your meals tho Miiitlmcnt of tho We-nnd when meal tlmo comes. Dear In mind counting tho South ns ccrtati in unv should al- that nt least event, is to make Its main struggle Spa, Belgium, July 16. Tho Steps for launching nn early cam- - ways' elapse between meals so as to In New York, Connecticut nnd Now again signed uncondition have 3alRn jy the Republican party In give the food ample tlmo to digest Jersoy nnd In Ohio, Indiana ntul Jfontucky this year will be taken by iand the stomach a period of rest be- - ally on the dotted lino. Illinois. The party returns to It void - for n second meal Is taken. Then If a four-hou- r After session with tho campaign strategy to working tho Republican State Central Comfor inlttuo at nn organization meeting you cat no moro than yon cravo and allied statesmen, in the 'course of a combination of Solid South nnd tho' peace of Europe and tho August 11 nt state headquarters In (aka a reasonable amount of outdoor which Northern cities. trembled continually In thol tho Republic Building. fecxercljo every clay you will not need world "Ohio Is a stato of strong local delegates affixTho call Tor tho meeting was Issu- to worry about your apf atlte. when balance, tho Teuton prido and likes to add to the numed yesterday by Chcsley H. Ssarcy, tho loss of appetite is caused by con- ed their slgimtures to the nlllcd ulti- ber of Ohio Presidents. Governor chairman of tho state central and stipation as Is ofton tho case, that matum regarding coal deliveries. Tho Cox, It was claimed, was strong nt campaign committee, who requested should be corrected nt once, A dosol coremony took place nt 8:45 o'clock home, and it was said to reject him k that very member bo present In per- f Chamberlain's Tablets will do it. in this evening. meant concession of a pivotal stato When the Germans arrived for tho to son. Tho meeting will bo held jSn Senator Harding. Tho argumenN WOMEN SOLDIERS conforenco this afternoon. Foreign "Wednesday after'tho primary of that Ohio must bo carried was stead DEFENDING VILNA Minister Von Simon started to make ily hammcYcd on jjust 7. and at last secured . a speech. Premier MIUsrand Inter; converts. In furtherance of the harmony So tho convention named Warsaw, July 16. Women sol- rupted him, saying: H iXI (P"I I I 1 K1 IT" a IIO IT 1311 mrn I outlined by party .leaders sov-or1EU.IIII llil II i a man it hadJlttIo thought of n week, "That's enough." months ago, two of tho candi diers have taken up positions for the ago. Hut tho alleged Cox strength 5: Tho French premier then whisper- In dates focjpollce court clerk in Louis- - defonso of Vllnn. Thoy have been as f Ohio is largely n myth. He has W A ed something to Mr. Lloyd George, front. vlllo havo withdrawn, leaving Thomas signed to an eight-mil- e run behind his ticket; in 1016 he JM. Wlntorsmlth as the nominee with- All the women are equipped with who rose anTl addressed the German had uut.C',000 plurality, whereas Wil. out opposition. Thus all contests nrc American boots and arc, being fed spokesman:, son had S5,000 nnd Pomerone . "Thero Is.a little room off thjre on eliminated from the party ranks in partly by the American Young Womthe Fifth District and all necessity an's Christian Association. They are tho right where wo havo been having OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN , following "Tho Cox nomination, "for n primary Is removed. In cele- - under the command of Madame ten In tho afternoon. I suggst you tho Inclusion In tho platform of tho 522 Cedar Stfeet Cumb. Phone 311 gontlcmen retire thore and when you i oration of the event, 'Republicans of Goercz, who fought with General plank Indorsing tho reservaagainst tho Russians and wh aro ready to give an answer 'yes' Walshprinciple makes Imposslblo n tho Fifth District aro planning to tion you may return." the or 'no' hold a big outing in tho country on also7 operated last year with referendum concerning the Wilson Tho entire German delegation adwomen during the slego of Lembersr. .primary day. league. No ono appears' tb uphold Commander Goercz Is 26 years old. journed to tho "little room," from In letters to Fred O. Nuctzel, conn- Dom the afljrmntlve. Twenty-three- .ty clerk yesterday, Robert Donahue She contends thnt women can hold which they emerged later with tho ocrntlc Senators voted for the Lodge and J D. Thomas, candidates for tho their own alongside the men, even in unconditional "yes." ing conditions In tho two" countn 1. reservations, and it there Is another NOTED ENGINEER Republican nomination for Police tho front line. She has about 1,000 Menace Of Occupation Below Signn-tur- e roll-caIt Is understood President Irigoj , the number will bo increasI.ino 'Court Clerk, withdrew from the race, women under her cpmmand. Maiiy of is in sympathy with restriction of t . s majority being need. A The German representatives sign- cessary Joaving Mr. Wintersmlth a clear field. them'are strong women of tho factory OUT WITH FACTS liquor traffic, but believes tho counto ratify, what conceivable only one Democratic con- type, who are eager for excitement ed tho coal protocol, drawn, up by tho chance is Thero is try yet ready for "total prohigottlng thero of " allied representatives nt S:4B o'clock test In the Fifth District, that for and adventure. bition, hiich as tho hill proposes. Um of tho next Senate to accept tin Is in tonight, thereby settling one of the Tho woman commander nomination for Congress In which J. President's plan? Says Results He Got From attitude is to bo seon In the terin i f x H. Richmond and M B Kendrick are, charge of all 'her own transport sys- most difficult questions which has the comnierclal trnvolors' tienty ... "The campaign promises to ho a tho contenders. Reports have been tem and rolling kitchens and all come up In tho present discussions. distressing- - ono to those who like Tanlac Were Nothing cently agreed to with, tho Tnltod current that one of ehe two might fighting equlpme'nt except nrtlllery. Signatures were affixedxtoHhe docu- politics explicit. The verbal indorseLess Than Wonderful , States through Ambassador Stiinsun Additional detachments of women ment after a four-hou- r sesslbn at the' ment of tho Wilson Administration, withdraw, tho no definite develop-msnt- s n clnuso of which excludes from tUn along that line havo material- aro boitig formed turnout Poland for Villa Fralneuse, one hour of which coupled bonoflts of the treaty salosmcn from with its practical abandonized. In the event that one or the defense of tho republic. As soon as was spent by the Germans In a cabi-n- et ment, mattes it a matter jf extreme tho United; States trafficking In alCaptain Andy Osprlng, engineer o": consultation in an adjoining doubt what votes for 6ox will mean other should withdraw within the Goercz will bo placed in command of coholic bevorages in Argentina, whirh. i ,the Pennsylvania railroad, pulling tho'! tho Associated Press learns was Inprescribed time, before the printing their number justify it, Madanvj room. "Wilsonlsm is identified as a body oLthe ballots, then tho Fifth D.Istriet Poland's army of women. There was a conflict over intro- of death, and, as far as possible, con- fa,st train known as Kcystono Kxpross serted nt I'resideut Irigoyen's ' would bo without any contests whatduction in the protocol of the menace nections with It are cut. The rep- between Terre Ilnuto and St. Louis, t Whllq presumably salesmen of occupation of additional German ever this year and no primary would resentatives 'of tho President were declares that the results ho has re- from the United States will not havo DWELLERS CLIFF 'fbo held here. territory after October "15 next, if dutifully allowed to write, In the ceived from Tanlac arc nothing iosj such bovoragos to sell, It Is pointed ' Much discussion Is now heard of .. HOME NEWLY FOUND German coal deliveries were not up to main, a White House platform The than wonderful. out thnt the clnuso establishes a pre' the probable withdrawal of two tho stipulated quantity 6,000.0,00 delegates politely cheered tho name Captain Osprlng has been onglneor cedent in tho enso 'of other nations of threo candidates for the Republican Find In New Mexico- - Shows Origin tons, by that date. The allies decid- of Wilson, but the great majority of on the Pennsylvania railroad' for the which may deslro to negotiate a simed to drop this clause of the protocol them nomination for Congress In the Of Aztec Culture, then tried to forget tho horrors past forty years and is one of the ilar treaty. Fourth district, thus eliminating any below the signature line". Belief Tho prohibition agitation here folof the Inst four years. At Washing- best known and most popular men In Object To Preamble. contest there. Candidates for Repubton itVas unconcealed that the Ad- tho service of this road. Ills homo lows report of similar agitation In Then the Germans objected to the ministration preferred any one toMr. address Is C29 North Tenth street. llraill, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chili' lican honors' In tho Fourth now InNew York, July 17. Additional clude John P. Haswell, Marshall Dun- - Indications that the Pueblo Indian preamble, whlph declared that tho Cox." New York Tribune. East St. Louis. Relating his exner- - Ono nt thn mlilitlM nf tho itn .n,,-can and J. I). Hayes Which two of cliff dwellers at Aztec, N. M., foul- decisions set forth in the document ience with Tanlac tofrientU'ln Torre 'word from I'unta Arenas, the worU' "An attempt to lino up organiztha throe may withdsa,w ha., not been ed the Aztec ai;d Donlto culture has had bson taken in common accord by ed labor behind Gov. Jnmos M. Cox. Haute, a few days ago, Captain Oi- - soutWnmot city, that the labor Indicated In reports. been uncovered by new excavations of the allied nnd Gorman delegations Democratic Presidential nominee, wns said: nient. having been unable to t pi o- the American Museum of Natural The Germans contended it was not by put under, way here today a few hour.! "Tanlac will always got a good re- - hJbiti.m legally adopted baa Will Select Committees. , ,, l ' .. 1. tnmitntiilntlnn fAm j .h me UA It wiirbe the pirrpose of the cam- - History, it wa& announced hero' today. common accord, but by the sole, will af'.or Cox's nomination. IB, to unioau r.quors rrom snips. A occupatallies, -oiiJ!n committee at its meeting, Aug-- it Discovery of a sealed room in per- o'f thewould tliat anyAtf urthorjuncture "The movement, which' is under suits I have received from It are this ocoxir. 11, to organize by selecting mem-"be- n fect condition at the Pueblo ruin in ionwing of olflclals of the American nothing less than wonderful. Beore the Surgeons ngreo that In cases o Dr. Fehrenbnchftho German chancel- of the speakers' bureau anc' Aztec, surpassing in beauty and state Federation of Labor, U planned as n taking- this medicine Thatl suffered Cuta. Burns. Ilrtilsea nnd IVnmiria tin finance committee. Mr. Senrcy, as of preservation any previously found lor sent for three of his 'cabinet col- - Llimax t0 ubors 80.Cajlo(1 .,lotpnr. from weak stomach, loss of appetite firat treatment is most JmpoTtant n con- - Kvhon an offlcient antlscepflc is appli-"diticinlrman of the campaign committee, In America, were reported, to the leagues, who 'were at tljg, German !.. tlsan' political effort wlilcji has. been sluggish liver and a wni have foy his assistant rf corps Altfseum by Dr. Clark Wlssler, cura'-to- r headquarters, and called a cabinet carried on for several monthB again! for severnl years. I c6!d ed promptly, there is no danger of meeting. An hour before Chancellor Itepresentates Jn Congress 'who re- never enjo; anything to "oat, suffe;- -' infection of anthropology. v well equipped for' an active battle. and the wound begins to The Interior of the soaled room i Fehrenbnch anil Foreign Minister fused to accept labor's dictates on ed .with severe pilnstin my back aniT, heal at once. For use on man or Leaders were; never mote onthu? loelng beaet, Ilorozono is the Ideal AntHep-wdgh- t. aiastlc over the prospects of success plastered 'and painted in brilliant Simon apyqnred at the conferonco the bill and other chest,- and was continually ConThojMlna In my back were (tie and heating agent. Buy it now than they are this' year and fur that white with dull red side borders and room. After an explanatory speech mossnraa before tho Sixty-sixt- h ' so sevefo that 1 could liardly baud oVNuid be ready for an emergency. Price reason the.v are doubly anxious to x running ser'ies of triangular de- by Dr. Simon, all the delegates signed gress exchange for promises of la- er. couuiniBvon sit couuortaiily Iq 25C, 60c, $1.00 and $1.50r Sold by the flgtt. Thoy are united as signs Dr. Wlssler reported. A sacrsd the' protocol. "In launch Before tho arrival of the German bor support Softiclal's of. the America a lay cao, anil invariably finished my Ohio County Drug never before, and with Mr. Searcy serpent carved in wood decorates the m Co. tor chairman th-- feel confident 'of c:ljlng. It is 2 feet long and of the delegates today the allied premiers Federation of Labor will expect from run feeling all tired out. I had got On the ceilint? completed their, consldratlon of tho Lnraorvcdl will lndorso tho labor ten to whore I dreaded to majso ihy ENGLISHMAN success. One prominent leader from finest (workmanship. SAW THE POINT 'Western-Kentuckrun and had lost several ;rns on accam 3 to Lou- - beams are Imprints of hands in,whit'' distribution of reparations due frorn plank of the Democratic "platforifi who the' which was adopted at tho Suggestion count of feeling o bad. As finally a,doptefl paint. Several strands of finely made Germany. An Englishman and his American t leyllle yoVterday offered to bet $250 rope hang down and on tho flopr aro reparations will be made on tho fol- of Samuel Gompojs, presldont of the "I had taken lots ofJllffrc-u- t klni's filend were ojit Walking ono day and Ken- filial the Republicans will carry . lucky, another $25,0 that Harding will a large number of nicely ciif stone lowing basis': Franco, D2 per cent; federation., This plock .declares of modlclnes, but all" fallod until I the friend volunteered the following Great Britain, 22 per cent; Italy 10 acalnst the labor clauses nf the Ksrh. found Tanlac. A frle"rid of mine in conundrum: by 1 carry Ohlo.-an- d$500 that Harding slabs, ono of which was 2. "If eccs nro wnrtli 2G per cent; Belgium, S per cent and Cummins law and arbitration schemes Terro Haute put ms on to Tanlnc aniHrents feet and 1 '4 inches thick. nd Coolldgo will bo elected. a dozeii how many oggs can ono - of the kind contained In Several adjoining rooms, seeming fJapaq and Portugal, each three('ltll)S Ot,!ltllMl. the Kansas that was tho turning point with mo buy for a cont and a quarter?' The remain- Industrial court' law.. Labor' leaders Threo bottles of this medloino havo """lU'icli of th preliminary work for to bear a relation to this sealed ono, fourths of 1 per cent. "Well, now, I venture to say that tho campaign is already under way J aro yet to be uncovered, Dr. Wlssler' ing C'fc per cent will be divided 'be- familiar with Cox's attltudo.for labor fixed 11U' tin In film nlmnn nti.l ...i. sum will scarcely purchase the wholo eight has; been increased eleven of one," therEngllshmnn answered. in many pans oi mo siaie, especially stated. Continuing on tho Aztec ex tween Serbia, Rumania and Poland oxpect no' trouble In getting such an Besides tho 8 per cent Belgium is assuranco from him." Now York pounds. I havo a flno nppotlto, don't in tho mountains, Hardin? and Cool- cavations, he said: "Ha! ha! Don't you seo that yc "Since tho grcator part of the west fo 'receive, sho will retain tho priorty Sun. ' have a pain of any kind, and feel all can buy a dozen?" tho American roar ldgo clubs aro being organized and of fifteen years younger. - I mako my ed, nnd at last tho Engllshmqn saw calls are coming Into state headqua- side 1; now uncovered, ono Can get a right to 2,500,000,000 marks,- from trips regularly, never losing any tlnio mo point nntrwent homo to try tho rters forlargo quantities of Republi- full sweep over this immense com- which will bo paid sum loaned AUMIMSTKATOK'S' NO'l ICK by tho alles. plex of stone walls 'and quaint doorand come in from my runs wltliout story on his wife. can literature. The proposed changes in the profeeling nlltired out Hko I used to. The statement was made toy a ways. Our excavations havo reveal"WIfO. hero Is a tnllv cnnil rnnun- All persons having claim against A medicine that will do such things is .Loujsvlllo travrllug man yesterday ed that the greater jiart of tho east tocol submitted by the Germans were drum: If eggs are worth 20 cents' Ihnt Kentucky will go Republican in and nqrth sides of tho city were swept for the most part purely technical and tho estate of Thomas Morris, deceas- certainly worth while and I will al- dozon, how many eggs can you buy November, and that in tho Eleventh by flro. The ceilings were of wood, wore rejected, except an amendment ed, will present samo to mo, at my ways say a good word for Tanlac." for 25 cents nnd a penny?" And ho Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. spent the roinnlndor District almo the majority for Hard- supported by great logs of cedar and to Article 1, by which tho allies ac- place of business In Hartford onor of tho day woning and Coolldgo will bo more than spruce, overlaid by splint cedar and cepted an additional provision that before August 1C, 192Q, or thoy will L. B. Hean, jn Horso UrancK'by Ola-to- n dering how his wifo guessed the ansbark. Tlteso fell down upon, each tho. deliveries of coal should b'o aver- be forever barred. Drug Co., In Rockport by Jnmos wer so easily. Cappor's in nil tho strong Democratic districts Weekly. aged in order to take into nccount ' in Cromwoll by ERNEST MORRIS, Browning-;combined. This man, who travels' all other .and lay In tho lower rooms in Wnllaco Administrator. & Portor, in Beaver Dam by R. T. ovur the stato, declared his belief that great charred masses. Wo found tni floods in tho Rhine region. Section 2 2t3 In ovory homo whore there is a bodies, of soveral unfortuuates caught also was amended to allow a premium j Taylor, Jr., and In McIIenry, by S. baby thero should also be a bottlo of :it "would he pi'bnlHp for tho Demoof fivo marks per ton on all delivJ. TIchenor. Advertisement. McGco's Baby Elixir. It may bo needcrats to carry all tho other ten di- In the rooms. PLANS DRAWN KOIt DEBS' "As tho fire did not reach th west eries by land or sea. -- e ed at any time to correct sour stostricts, which thoy will not do,' nnd t ' FRONT CKLli' CAMPAIGN ' . i mach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sumsilU tho Republican majority In th. side j,q fbund a largo number of PROHIBITION FIGHT mer complaint. Kleventh District wind. bo sufficient rooms with their ceilings still Intact It is a wholesome Detroit, July 10. Plans for tlu vlIEGUN IN ARGENTINA romody, and household utensils on tho floor .to ovuicomo the voto. ' contains no opium, morphine "front cell1 campalcn of Eugeno V FLETCHER'S Jtnrt as thoy were loft." FOR or Injurious drug of any kind. Prlco Ask For LlU'ruturo. Debs, Presidential candidate of tho Buenos Aires, July 8. As a con- - 2Co A letter was received at hendqunr and 50c por bottlo. Sold by J If you feel "bluo", "No account," Socialist party, who 'now Is serving sequenco of the recent Introduction Ohio County Drug Co. " tcuu entorduy from D. C. Gay, secrfr-Xur- lazy, you, need a good m. pn- - o'f n prohlblon bill In tho Chamber out. osontenco in the Atlanta Federal c'.eaninff -- -. of tho llorea College Republican Hcrblno Is tho right thing for EDITOMAL COMMKXT. ,'son on a charge of Violating tho Es- - oi uepuues mm tno announcement that .ENGLAND (JETS BIG ZKl "Clu asking for literature to be used purpose J plondge law, wore drafted hero today It stimulates the liver, that tho administration wouhl not by nvemliors of tho club "Tho nomination of James Middle-'a- t tones up tho stomach and purlflea a meeting 'of tho National Execu- - support It, tho question of prohibition Tho greatest Zeppelin airship over The literature Is not In tho hands the bowols. Price 10c. Sol I by ton Cox is duo to tho (.ircumstances tlve Committee of tho Socialist party, has como to the front as a subject constructed has beon awarded to tho ot tho state commlttoo, and Lllburn tho .Ohio County Drug Co. that ho was the 'wettojf candidate Georgo Roowr, m of discussion, Massachusetts, Tho newspapers aro British. vThls is'tho 1, M'hQlps, secrotary of tho committee, which waa In sight, to tho desire to get na far member of the committee- made tho filled with editorials and articles In built by tho Germans in 1018 for nidvised that the roquoot he mudo of ADMLMSTUATOUIS awnji from Wlhovisia as posslb'c, charge that United States Dopart-mentNOTICE this connection and tho Mondosn tho special purpose" of bombing New ho national headquarters in Now and to tho fact '.hat tho nomine is Justlro officials in Portland, wine growers aro Issuing protests nnd York. It is much larger than tho "Yurit. Jloworer, Mr. Phelps oxpects All parties having claims against frem Ohio. Maine; had notified Socialist parly organizing a junker of deputies to largest ithu Kuntuoky houdqunrters to Jjo tho estate of H.C. Crowe, deceased "Governor. Cox, nl'.nough tho San leaders in that Statd that tho party tho wind growing district -- to show bombingZops which wore used in tho raids in England. It is said later with a largo supply of will present samo to mo, at my resi- Franclscb platform Is sllont on tie would not bo permitted- to 'organize the 'importnnco of tho industry. to be nblo to mako a cruise of 12?-0fllteruturo, wlijcji will bo for dislrlbn-ilo- n dence, near Fordsville, Ky., on or prohibition question and tho conven- - or carry on a campaign In Maine "Tho Secos," meaning drys, and this miles on Its own resources and to In uvory county and precinct In boforo August 15, 1020, or they will tlon voted down tho Cockran plank. yoar. v "tho Mojados," meaning wets nro en- havo a maximum speed v ' stats. of 100 mllo bo forever barred, iliu to pornu't J he making of wines niidj , illo also charged that eniployora in gaged in controversy, citing 'flio exan hour. Under the tonus of tho MnJ, Jackson Morris, ongagejl by MP.S. IDA KELLEY,. boor for home purposes, Is Known to Maine wore discharging all omploy- - ample f prohibition in tho United . v Peaco treaty rho Oermans havo to glvo Alia national Republican headquarter bo an opon opponent of .ha Klirh- - es. off Hated with tho Socialist party. I States forand against, and compar Administratrix. up nil such war material. Searcy Issues Summons To Organize For Early Campaign. gonoralrulo thero Is nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and if you skip a meal or only cat two As n S Lns of Appetite. n nnd tho Lcnrue. gavfe; Mr. .Cox the support of lnrgo x delfagatlons, particularly from tho ' V wiuinm Ho was strcn- .i. Irvnjt .m.4.4..j4.-k.4.-h,4,",K'MH'4,K".x:..,j,,;,.- ., f WiH B& at These Towns the Accept Unconditionally timatum For, Coal .Ul- Same Date EACH MONTH Hotel. five"-hour- s Fordsville, 10 to 11, Johnson House. Rockporf, 12 to 13 Rockport Hotel. Beaver Dam, 14 to 15, Commercial 16 Hartford, to 17, Commercial Hotel. pro-cra- m i al llir i 35,-00- 0. A. ?. HANNEPH3N KY. t i kl j WW4WtHWK'HWfrK4tH4WWtWHHl ll two-third- i two-thir- prin p-- -- v.,..il,.. ... - ,! . '.... -- -o- run-dow- Esch-C.mrfml- - - - Bol-giu- m -- y Children Cry OASTOR , f L-7- of fur-nlsh- 00 TUIIji TO GO UNLESS TREATY IS SIGNED Sultan's Government Given Ten Days To Answer. Ultimatum Versailles, July 17. Athrcnt to Europo "once drive tho Turks-froand for nil," was contained In tho allied reply to the Turkish objections to tho penco treaty delivered to tho Turkish penco delegates hero nt 4 o'clock tills afternoon. Such action might follow Turkey's reftisnl to sign tho treaty or her fnlluro to glvolt ef" fect, tho reply states. ' Tho Turks were Informed In thj reply that they must make known" . their decision within ten clnyn. If by " midnight on July 27, they werft told, they had not signified their willingness to sign tho peace treaty, "tho allied powers will takesuch action as Ahy may consider necessary in tin Commlssloncr Hodman Wanamnker of this city. h A holo In tho caso showed whore tho bullet entered. Tho shattered diamonds wero worth $3- 000. Police aro seeking to determine whether the bullet was fired Into tho Jowel caso before or after it was delivered. Tho oxpress company, which delivered tho gems, disowned responsibility in tho matter, recalling that in September, 1919. u bomb was lecclv r, ed at tho home of Mrs Hodman wlfo of tho police official, from a former employe. Official of tho company bellovo Bonuonu had In mind tho Wnnaiiakcr bomli and fired a shot Into tho Jowel box to ascertain whether on not it coWulued explosives. red-plusWan-amakc- Itf Ride 011 Goodyear Tires in That Sturdy Small Car of Yours " -- It surprises certain users of small cars to find that they can obtain Goodyear Tires"at a first cost ordinarily l r With You fut Tliln Out And Tnko Itexact name A man often forgets the of tho article he wishes to purchase, and as a Inst 'resort takes something else Instead. That Is always disappointing and unsatisfactory. 'The safo way Is to cut this out and tako It with you so as to mako sure of getting Chamberlain's tablets. You circumstances." will find nothing. quite so satisfactory Tho allies mado somo minor modi- - ior constipation nnu inuigesiion, m flcatlons in the treaty after tho Turks SHOT had presented their protests, but it Is FOUR YEAK-OLMOTIIKH ACCIDENTIA' jpindorstood that these modlflcalont A very sad accident occurcd at "do (not materially 'affect the original Graham Saturday afternoon when draft. Mrs. Effio Reed Mabrey was shot '. Itopljls Hluiit. old Bon. and killed by her four-yeThe allied reply is couched In the Tho shot gun was supposed to have bluntest language, nnd says: "If tho Turkish government rc- - been empty but when Mrs. Mabrey fuses to sign the peace, still more if It undertook to tnko tho gun from the killing her finds Itself unablo to Its child he pulled thci trigger authority in Anatolln or givo effect Instantly. Tho baby she was holding arms was taken to to the treaty, the allies, in accordance In her Madlsonvlllo, whoro tho hospithey hope with tho torms of tho treaty, ma tal at Lit will recover tho sight of one eye. bo driven to reconsider this arrangement by ejecting tho Turk from Eu- tho other being put out and one car Injurd besides sevcro burns nbout the ropo onco and fop-al- l. "Tho allies are ctear that the time face. Mrs. Mabrey leaves' a husband, has come when it is necessary to put nn end once nnd for nil to the empire Willis Mabrey, and threo' small .children, having burled two little of tho Turks over other nations." acThe note refers to Turkish 'atroc- children this spring makes tho cident all the more sad. ities which startled and shocked the The bereaved husband and little conscience of mankind," and cites children have tho sympathy of tho en that it is estimated thnt since 1914 tho Turkish government has "mas- tiro community. "Central City Arsacred on tho mendacious pretext of gus." o alleged revolt S0O.00O Armenians, in, U. S. SUED TO FORCE cluding women and children." DECLARATION' OF PEACE o not greater, arid sometimes less, S than that of other tires. This initial value, as well as the very loyv final cost, results from the application of Goodyear experience and care to their manufacture in the world's largest tire factory devoted to 30x3--, v 30 x 3Y2 and 31 x sizes. 4-in- ch & a , I) N jSuch facts explain why more cars, using these equipped last year with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. -- sizes, were" factory ar If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, or Dort take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy real Goodyear value and economy; equip your car with Goodyear Tires and Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearest Service Station. "fc ' vl 1 OQ oSncAtvi , 30x3! Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, AllAVcathcrTread . . 30x"3Vi Goodyear SinclcCure $2352 -- Fabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread t en . . . tO Z1 Goo'dyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price risk costly you arc asked to pay for tubes of less merits-whcasings when such sure protection Is available! cf , size m waterproof raj. juxjy2 $4 MOSLEMS TAKE HANI). Now York, July 17 Drastic ac- movetion, thru a "non ment," Is planned In India among tho Moslems, with Hindu assistance, to forco tho government to take action toward securing such) modification of tho Turkish peace treaty tfs will raalcvj k It more accoptable to tho Moslem world, according to advices received hero today by tho Indian information hnrenu. s This movement, should the rvians for It become effective, would 'bo carried out in four progressively serious stages, thus: First GlMlut up nil titles and honors conferred by thocrown. Socopd Resignation front" nil. government offices and from tho legislative council. Xhlrd Resignation of officers nd - soldiers from nil army duties. v, Fourth Refusal to pay taxes. . fc y Doing hnrd work In a bent or ing position puts a stitch in the back , that Is painful. If thomuscles bavo "become strained, you can't get rid of ' It without help. Tho great ponctrat-In- g power of Dallard's Snow Liniment will appeal to you most r.trongly at such times, because It is tho very thing you need. Price" 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Counm , ty Drug Company. stoop- LUSITAXIA LIFE UELT PICKED UP IN IlIVKIl 'k et, silent romombranco of tho tragic sinking of tho Lusltanla flvo years ago, and bearing a strand of faded blondo hair, was picked up Wednesday in tho Dolewaro River. r Tho name- of the ship the Gor? mans torpedoed still remained, tricar cannnd distinct, on tho vas, which had been adrift on tho sens thruout throo, years 6f war and wavo-beato- Philadelphia, July 17 A llfo Jack- n two of peace. Tho llfo'jackot which was (ound. by two railroad detectives, was cov- ercd with slime nnd seaweed, with broken. On ono side one arm-stra- p wore tho words, "llfo belt," and on th'o otlior, in largo, black lottors, the inscription, "Lusltania." Children' Cry FLETCHER'S CA3TO R A FOR I GEMS SHATTERED IN CASE 1IY UULLET New York, July 15. A now mystery was added today to tho list now perplexing tho Now York pollco. wheii threo diamonds o'f a ?lr,0O0 Collecy tion bought from Tiffany fe'Com-inEadnor, of Gunnol, Munn, of Pa., wore fouiuLshattored by n lay in tho bos bullet which they wero1' delivered. Mr. In Munn bought tho gams for his wife, vjhoMs n daughter of Deputy Pollco or ns-tho- Washington, 3uly 17 Harry A. v Mecartnoy, a Chicago hnyyer, in hli capacity as a taxpayer today filed suit In the District Supremo Court to compel Secretary of Stnto Colby to promulgato Immediately tho Joint rotation of Congress declaring at an' end tho state of war with Germany. based his suit on tho ground that tho President has 16 veover a Joint resolution. to The peaco resolution has been a law, the plaintiff contended, .slnco Its passage May 21. Harry J. Bryan identified in the papers as '"editor of INDICT HEADS OF law" of tho Stnto Department, also was mado a defendant on the grounds 35 COAL CONCERNS thnt tho actual publication of all tho was his duty. laws Failure of tho defendants to publish the alleged law, Mr. Mccartney Investigation Results In claimed,' has resulted in a confused Warrants For W. Va., condition which Is potent with peril and with peril to tho pubOperators. lic comfort, morale nnd tho normal pursuit of patriotic Ideals of tho people of tho United States. Trade also . -Charleston, W.. Va., July 17 has been adversely affected, It "was Thirty-fiv- e coal companies and their alleged, the resulting loss reaching chiet oftlcers, all or Southern West every American household. Virginia, were I'amid in warrar.ts'is-sue- d here today in connection with DAMP OVERCOMES 2 IN OLD MINE SHAFT tho coal pi ice investigation conducted during the pisr. two weeks by government authorltts.Tho warrants waro Fi-nu- a, Owensboro, Ky., July 13. Joe his son, Robert,'15, won placed in the, hands of tho United 50vnnd drowned in the shaft of the abandon-t- d States marshal, wjio will execute Fernhill coal mine, west of Ow- them early next week. Tho warrants charge that tho de ensboro, this afternoon. Fathir and son left homo early this morning to fendants "did unlawfully make an un charge in Tho supposition just and pick blackberries. Is thnt tho boy leaned over the shaft handling aul 'uoaHng In a coal." Commenting on tho acof 4I10 mine, was overcomo by fumes of black damp and fell In. . His tion taken by the federal authorities, fnther then descended a ladder, It is J. N. Kennn, United States attorney, thought, Vln nn effort tq rescue him, said "tho warrants which havo boen nnd he too, was overcomo and fell obtained today for iolatlon of tho Lover uct In the sale of coal In tljjs into tho water. be seen In the water district' wero taken under direct inTho bodies can tonight, but on account of tho fumas structions lrom.the Department of . a roscue has not boon effected. Tho Justice" A K Hayes, chief apuiaJ agent of finding of a lunch basket and n hat near tlio shaft of tho mine led Xo tho tho DenarUni'nt of Jmtsco in tho w Virginia, A southern district or discovery of tho doublo tragedy. etndurtod tho ii.veskltii!on of the mlno tonight. large crowd Is at tho -- o sales agency and records of tho oper. FATHER STOLE WIFE, ators. The federal authorities did not HEAT HIM, IS CLAIM mako public tho coal price! charged by the company and which aro alleged Baltimore Md., July 17 Testi- to havo violated the Lever law. mony from Joronfo Thomas Harry-maUnited States District Attorney II. who was grantod an absolute di- Kelly, who assisted Agont Hayes in vorce frojh Mrs. Mario Harryman on tho Investigation, announced today statutory grounds, showed that his that- - representatives of tho operators fathor, William H. Harryman, was the had requested him to fix thu prlco at in the case. which coalinlght ba sold without Harryman, who was married In tho act. The attorney addei Juno, 1910, testified that lia.und. hU that ho had Informed iho operator wlfo lived together only threo week,s that tho question wa a natter to Va Shortly after the marriage hewas decided by tho companies themselves". compolfed to leave tho city on busiWIII'UT TAKKS IJK1 FALL ness, Harryman said, and. upon his i rotuVn found his wlfo and his father j Chicago. July 1G Wheat underliving togojiior. biiq roiuseu to come homo with him and when ho Insisted went a sensatloual break in price tohis father "boat him up'saylng the day. Tho market opcned.dll tho way from unchanged figure to 9& ''cents' woman "had made bbr cholCQ." fCfS-- ! toer na-tlo- i cents lower, and soon was down 10 a bushel in some cases lor .December, the principal speculative delivery. The big tumble in values was attributed more to lack 'of buying orders than to any great pressure to sell. As low as $2.60 a bushel was touched for December fcs against $2.70 & at the close yesterday. Activity broadened materially in tho market after the setback in prices. Jt was estimated that by midday 1,000,000 bushels had changed hand? When you feel lazy, out of sorts nnd yawn a good deal in the daytime, you can charge it to a torpid liver wh'ich has allowed the system to get HEftRIN'S cures full of Impurities all disorders produced by an inactive liver. It strengthens that organ, cleanses the bowels and puts the system lnood, healthy condition. Price j60c. Sold by Ob,lo County I)rug ' ni Company. o unri'U-ioiiabl- a nei-tsslt- OI)t) USES KOIt' SALT Salt and soda make an excellent remedy for beo stings. Salt and1 vinegar will removo stains from discolored teacups. Salt and' water make a splendid gargol for sore throat. Salt put In. whitewash will mako it ', stick. rubbed on spoons will removo Salt egg stains. Salt InVater will keep cut flowers fresh. Salt thrown In fire will put out fire In chimney. Salt put in pan in bottom of oven uhder baking tins will prevent bread and cakes, from scorching' at tho bottom. m t., ' n, MEXICAN. CATHOLIC PARTY WILIi NAMK CANDIDATE Mexico .City, July17 Tho Catho- lic party, will hold a convention-tomorrotoweled a candidate for tho Presidency of tho ropubllc. El Universal says today that the platform will includo tho establishment oj cordial International . relations, political, religious and educational freedom and sana labor legislation recognizing, tHq'rlght of the workers to fair compensation, but preserving tha 4 rights of property. V amined found them to bo twenty , Regain Of Lost W.cight In 30 Seconds pounds short.. "Mr. White demanded that Mlrncu- 'ot In Any-WIbe without testlns or changing tho scale In anyway. wero driven badk ontho scalo The story of how three calves lost and by Mr. White, weightwenty pounds in weight In ing exactly, what, they did twenty-fiv- e while crossing from Kenn J. P. Stroth- -' tucky to Indiana is told by Mr. G. P er's scales at Milton? Ky. Mr. Yonk-er- 's Heath. all Mvo only defense was-tha- t The story s told, by Mr. G. P. stock difialers bought by up weight Heath, President of ths Trimble and entered Mr Whito to ciango tho County Farm Bureau as follows: with his tickets to correspond "A general complaint has been go- - wei(fuis ; lng throughout the county on tho "The result of this one short weights the farmers, received 00 their weight of twenty pounds meant it:, livestock at the hands of the Pearl dollars and cents a loss of ?2.00 to Packing Company, better known as the farmCrs. Those who are familiar the Yonker's place. Tho matter was v,.ith tne volume of business done by reported td the State Farm Burea i tnlg Company can leadlly see from Federation, Lexington, Ky., that or thi? shortage what the might ganlzation took it up with the India- mean to tho farmer during a period na Federation, and brought about tho of twelvo months. Investigation, which is ns follows: "Tho Farm InreauJ throughout "On May 19th., I received a let- tho .Mir'-rare con dunlins thee Inter from Geoffrey Morgan, Lexing- vestigations dad Intend :s continue ton,' IO'-- . Secretary of the S(tate Farm All the farmsr asks is a square Teat Bureau, with a copy of another tet- rrom tho Pearl Packing Company, ter enclosed from II. C. Held, of' the other company. If this investiIndiana Federation of Farmers' As gation and publication does not bring; sertions of Indianapolis, Ind., ask- reulu th' Farm Bureau will otter ing him to mee the Scalo Inspector a remedy in Its noxt artlclo nt Madison on Monday night, May 24. a On account of previous engagements . RAIL MKN FINER Mr. Morgan could not Mle,t him and OUTLAW $1,000 IJNDEIt LKVKH .ACT. asked mo to represent him, also to make arrangements for somo stock Lea Angoles, July 15 Flvo ial'.-ro- ad to bo weighed, which together with nieil, cbnv'.cted of having vioSecretary J. L. Luckett, I did. lated tho Leyor act by participating "After meeting tho Inspector, Mr April, White, of Shelbyvlllo, Ind., I sug- In tha bYitchmoTTi"strlko laitof $1, werd sentenced to pay fines gested that'he como to tho Kentucky Ble'dsoo lir Tuesday morning and test a 000 eachby Judge B. F. side District Court aeji scale on which to weigh threo calve the United States Tho court granted a stay 'of being hauled by the Bedford Truck today consigned by M. E. Sandors, M. T. riecutlfju for ninety days. Fisher-anTheodore Persell to' thy Pearl Packing Co. Mr White tauio" TURKISH NATIONALISTS ATTACK GHKL'K SHIPPING! to the Kentucky side and, tested the scale of J. P. Strothcr, weighed tho July 15.-- Tha Constantinople, three above mentioned calves, load-- ' fol- Turkish Nationalists have begun an sd same back In Jtha truck., and lowed thorn to the Pearl 'Packing attack upon" Greek shipping In tho ore Black Saau Tho Orpek steamer Fill Company's scalo, whoro they minutes, later by on 'entering Kearson w'ost of Trebl weighed 'twenty-riv- e GusYonkerln person. Immediately zoud, from Datum on July 11 iftor tho calves had been wolglwl tjalzad by Nationalists who took th ' ind'tho tickets iorsame iisiiod.'Mr veusl'6 officers iiriipirer. put Turks yiifte, fhb Indiana Scale, Weight and In clmrgjaand seized 7,000.000 rublvi so tho-calve- s Ious,-IIoivevTho-calve- s twenty-flve"minutes mlnute's-previouso' Ins-so- s ou-and Measure Inspector who was waiting 3 CALVES LOSE 20 just on tho outside, walked in and: LBS. IN 25 MINUTES called for the tickets and when ex- If vn if. s of territory when ho solemnly promises to do his utmost to carry out .every pledge nnd policy of President Wilson. Cox could have done nothing 1'ubllMiecl Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY to tickle the fancy of Wilson more HARTFORD than to make that announcement, but Incorporated to thus virtually announce to tho world the belief In Ihc Infallibility cf IV. S. TINSLKV, Kdltnr Woodrow's every act and deslre.iln Business Manager. nml our opinion, will not add td the votnccordlng to law. at the ing strength of Cox, but on the other Entered thousands who rostoffice,, Hartford, Ky., as wall hand, wlH' sldo-trac- k matter of the second class. might have supported him. Thc Iartford Republican STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluke.) Rowan Holbrook says he willbo mighty proud when llcg Catebler gets through painting hU house, as ho is getting tnrnntlon tltcd iof having to keep his doors that lead to the upper verandas locked both day and night. Thus far, Ed Barrass hns mado no nttempt to make us pay the Light and "Can there bo any doubt that tho Water Company for .the glorious rain higgling of thp Germans over tho that fell on our garden Sunday night terms of the treaty which they sign But the month Is not yet gono and wt NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ed a year ago, is the direct result of July Subscribers deslrlrfg the paper sent America's not being In tho League? shall not feel perfectly safo until a new address must give the old Can there bo any doubt that they are Is behind us. to 4 address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c playing for time, to see what tho We aro thinking of writing to Cyn3er lino, and 8c per lino for each ad- American people .will do In) Novem- thia Oray to find out whether Mr. ditional Insertion. ber? Can there be any doubt that Harding was very muqh surprised to Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per 'word, and 6c for If America endorses tho action of learn froni the Notification Commit-to- o each head line and slgnautre, money those who kept us out of tho League, of his nomination tor President. In ndvance. the Germans will come out boldly and Church Notices for services free, reject tho treaty as anoher scrap of It looks to us like a durucd shnme but other advertisements, lc per paper? And this will mean war. to keep a good fellow In the dark so word. long. will Another Hindenburg Lino will be Anonymous cornmunicatlons receive no attention. stretched across Europe. What, then There Is considerable talk amongst will America Do?" Hartford Herald, a certnln set in this burg of starting a Wo could as safely say that the loro drive for TELEPHONES funds with which to bribe of the Chaiden Sages and occult 59 Farmers Mutual... Uncle Tommy Bean to tear his front 123 Cumberland of the oldentPersIan Magls aro porch down so that Rev. Smith may to us as an open book, but to tho be forced to sit pn tho dark side, of JULY 23 some half dozen questions contained the house on Sunday nfternrfons. FRIDAY, in the foregoing editorial we might as Thqre is no road by which one may well say yes. The future has not been reach thtf ball park other than the REPUBLICAN TICKET. made bare to' our circumscribed vi one passing directly in front of tho sion, however, in a manner so plain porch where the preacher spends his perhaps, as is the case with tho au Sunday afternoons, and when one is thor of tho above interogatories, but caught sneaking down that way it is CS5l if the world In general, and the Unit- a ed States of America In particular, is to be as badly humbugged "and bunMut Hunter says he is gonna buy coed about this great and himself a joe boat so's he can paddle Wood-rowar preventive prepared by down the river to tho ball park and spokesWilson as sneak up through the bushes all unman for America, and which he has beknownst to the general public who so unrelentingly strlved to Jam down don't go to Sunday games. the necks of the people, when by P. S. Ed Barrass has petitioned their representatives duly and con- Hunter Jo take him In partnership on stitutionally speaking they have said tho' joe boat proposition, but Mut says that they do not want It, as they were should he be caught out with Barrass. all communications ' The Hartford Republican. Address to filled his regular appointment at tho Baptist church hero Saturday night and Sunday. The crops In thU vlc'nlty aio look-In- g flno since the good rnfns that fell the Inst week and the' farmers aro greatly encouraged Mlsi Mnrguet 'Ronton, who hns been away for kevcr.il months school at Hon.i, Ky , returned home here, Inst Saturday. Miss Thelma McKenney, of Louisville, returned homo after gpendlng two weeks here, visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FOstej-- , McKen-nc- y. ! ROSINE. Rev. Marlow and wife arc 'conducting a meeting near Cnneyvllle. Miss Domle Farrls Is visiting relatives In Butler County this week. Peoplo hero are almost through cultivating their crops nnd theV are looking fine, farmers are now taking car,o of their hay. Mrs. Monroe, vwho lias oeen sick for some tlmei Is now ablo to get out and visit some. Mr. Molvln Kesslnger closed his singing school at Sugar Grove last Sunday. Mrs. Betsey Plerco and Mrs. Nancy Keown have been on the sick list, but 1 aro now much improved. Mr. Lafo Embry Is teaching Fair View school and his brother Is conducting thestoro for him. Mr. John Pierce, who hns been in Texas for some time, hns returned home, and reports work dull. Miss Donnle nnd Bonnie Baize visited friends In Roslnc Sunday, return ing to their homp at Beaver Dam Sunday night. Tho peoplo here are looking forward to tho time when they can vote against Wilson and the sugar trust. Mrs. Harry Hoover and her mother, Mrs. Collins, visited relatives in Rosine last week nnd will soon start on a visit to Colorado to spend somo time with relatives Wirthmor Silk Blouses Savingly Priced at $6.75 The name "Wirthmor" on a Blouse is an assurance of many things; unfailingly it is an assurance of decidedly superior value There are several delightfully pretty styles in the . new lot just received made of Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Pongee. All are cut on lines that insure perfect fit. We are especially glad to offer these blouses at this time when everyone is interested in keeping down living costs". myp-terl- es y. .3 " all-wi- se w The supply is limited and no more of the same models can be had. Hence we urge an early selection. For President r WARREN G. HARDING. CALVIN COOLIDGE. ''For Vice President ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Richard P. Ernst, of Covington, for U. S. Senator, from Kentucky, subject to tho action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce Marshall Duncan, of Springfield, as a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Congress in this district. Primary Election, August 7, 1920. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of W. P. Ha,ys, of Nelson County, for Congress from the Fourth Congressional District, subject to tho action of the Republican party. of Breckenrldge County, for Congress Irom the Fourth Congressional District, subject to the action of the Republican party. the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., "We are authorized to announce Prohibitions are threatening to run Bryan and "Billy" Sunday for President and Vice President IMhat pair of roaring "Bills" should take the .stump together no brass bands or sound making devices will be needed In tho tetotler's camp between now and November the 7th. Is the announcement of Candidate that if elected President, he will appoint a real "dirt" farmer as Secretary of Agriculture to be taken for a confession or charge that Wilson lias been careless in his selections, and has appointed men of unworthy class as head of that department? Cox when you were crying from" every etump and hilltop, even from Main and the otherwise to California, across too, that the great' Wilson had kept us out of war, and that if we would only elect HIM'again he would continue to keep us out of war; Then I say, may the good Lord of the to help those complained of in tho editorial, and others, to continue to keep us out or this abominable tMng ibe Herald would ou fooled us so fasten upii us sompletely nbi-u- t MS keeping us out of war that we simply don't wish to lie down cold and swallow another dose of medicine from Dr. Wilson's bottle the second time' without having a strong antidote ready anfc, at haiyl. The reservations demanded by the Republicans and asked for by numbers of Democrats is, we think poisen. It antidote to Wilson's seems that what the Herald wants is another opportunity to send America's young men back to Eilrope again, not only to France and Germany bui to almost evory corner of the European world. Is the Herald for making the United States bare the sword and shoulder a musket in every little and big turmoil that Is now, and hereafter to arise, with her bone, blood and sinew? Everybody, unless it be a few of the most narrow d partisans V'sloned and agree that unconditional acceptance of the President's League means that. And you aro in favor of it we won der? Yes, we wonder what the para mount issue may be in 1924, if this thing should be adopted and we are as badly fooled as we were in 1916 with your battle yell HE kept us out of war? Vote for Wilson and have peace, a sweet peace, vote for Hughes and have war. Have you forgotten about that? And "now, you try the same sort of a game, but four years is too short a span of' time in which to forget your other false cry. hide-boun- " Col. House, at one time and for DUKEHURST long, Wilson's mysterious and chief advisor, anounces that in the caucus A baby girl was born to Mr. and of Nations, Europe wanted to formu- peace treaty and Mrs. Jim Smith Jr., recently, chrislate and adopt a later build a league of nations. But tened Anna Morine. Mr. J. R. Weller of Taffy, spent Wilson wanted it the other way, and Sunday with B. M. Combs and family. thus tho whole bubiness was' mussed Mr. andf,Mrs. Sherman Smith, of up. noar Hartford, spent Sunday with Jr. Without having to be prompted, their daughter, Mrs. Jim Smith ConRev. M. G. Snell preached at without having to confer with anyone evening and Sundny. u h to 'where bouts ho ia at" with re- cord Saturday Miss Pearl Coppago, of Dundee, is ference to the platform and his views visiting her sister, Mrs. Onis, White-hous- e. upon tho greater questions affecting tho Nation, Senator Harding is alrea-d- y Miss Elizabeth Morris spont last giving tho Domocrats plenty to weok with relatives noar Beech Valworry about, and you knpw when you unterrlfied to worry- ley. Bet tho Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jones, pf tho ing there is plenty enough the matter, Washington Country, entertained Fripound parBy Investigation, it has developed day night, July 16, with a doubt that one ty, in honor of their daughter, Ionia's beyond all reasonable seventeenth birthday. of tho three negroes lynched in Mr. and Mrs. Romnoy Helton went for an alleged' Minn., June in to Hartford Tuesday. nttack upon a white woman, was , Master Dudley Hoagland, of Fords-villwholly lryiocent. It Is too lato, howis visiting relatlvos at Clear ever to do the hanged negro any ' N among men of ordinary In- Run. t Bood, but Miss Evolyn Jones and brother, telligence it ought to havo some "weight with those who got the lynch- Estill, of Madlsouvlllo, who havo been returned ing beo In tliolr heads In tho future. here for an extended visit, accompa to their Jipma Wednesday, Candidate Cox covers a wide tango nied by their cousin, Margaret, Carter. Du-lut- h, o, SOLD HERE ONLY his, Mut's motives would most cerKORDJsVILLE. tainly bo questioned and for that reason, he'is undecided about what to Little Miss Mildred Slaton spent -"1t ""- v do. Sunday with little Miss Helen May Tll'ford. Rev. R. E. Fuqua is certainly good Mosfpf the schools of this educato his folks. But wo guess he ought tional division have begun with very to be, being as he is a preacher it is good attendance. expected that he would do spme betMiss Ruth Chambllss, of Hard ter than a layman, and occupy the pospent the week-en- d with Tier ' sition of you might say, example for aunt, Mrs. Helen Walker. pews fronting ' Miss Golda Withers, of near town, those of us who sit in tho pulpit to shoot at. But to the spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs- - R. point: Bro. Ruqua takes his folks' to B. Whlttlnghlll. . the blackberry patches In an autoMr. and Mrs. Romney White, of .. .. ..... i i mobile, yes sir! he does that, and Owensboro, spent tho week-en- d with was fi0 ohscss& BEADS ODDLY STRUNG mm u suiiau Ul he drives the enr and everything and Mr. Whites' aunt, Mrs. J. B. Wester-ilelIlia 1H.T8UIIU1 power always hangs around Until they are that he was confident his platform through or havo filled all of the'lr appearance would meet with such a. Dr: F,.K. Slaton, Mrs. Slaton and (By I. D. Clalro.) receptacles and hauls them home. chlldre'n, of Kansas City, Mo., nre positive and enthusiastic approval I am'getting.on poorly with my re again. visiting ther parents, Mr. and Mrs. with the public that the senato wouU cent new love affair loving peoplo. acknowledge Its disgraceful defeat W. S. Gaines. Mrs." Arthur Bratcher and little I was making real headway until I and, hasten tho event of ratification. A. Rial says it Is perfectly scandalous the way some people do these daughters and son,1 of Hunter, Ark., fell into the way of the Public library, And the correspondent ia further days. Frlnstance, it has always been aro visiting Mrs. Brntcher'a moth- dnd found more Interest in dead peo- quoted as noting a markod change la ple than living ones. a common and recognized custom fo er, Mrs. Bettle Johnson. the President's manner as audlenco Undertakers In burying tho dead to after audience turned away with inSULPHUR SPRINGS. furnlshlank to the thickness of one I have been reading recently Plu difference or gave ovldenco of"protest. full inch with which to cover the $ tarch's Lies, a work of great merit It was not tho strain of overwork, casket and box, but alack and alas, We havo had several good rains that has brought down to us much but tho despair of disappointment so Rial avors, In order to save a lit- during the past two weeks, and all useful knowledge of tho kings and that overwhelmed tho man who aspirtle money and make his profits a bit crops are growing fine. The farmers philosophers of ancient Greece nnd ed to wear tho tiara of a world govlarger, a certain Undertaker, who is are greatly encouraged altho the corn Rome .Plutarch was himself a Ro- ernment. Against this appalling Ernest in this and Ernest in that, if crops are small. man, and a Uttlo later than the Mas- tragedy of balked ambition, bitter it affects him, has had all of his covThere are protracted meetings In ter Caesar. Ho did not, as he tells disappointment and helpless despair ering boards cut 2.16 of an inch thin- progress at Red Hill and Jingo, and us, write histories but lives of men of men of genius who aspired to ner. The Kaiser further says that wo hope that much good may be ac- of his own and remoter times. Caesar crowns, how splendidly pacific and this fellow does this simply because complished for it is needed at both and Senaca, Alexander and Alclbades, placid appear the lives of that other Its easy to put over on a person who places. Lycurgus and Lysander, and many genius, like Plato and Seneca and can't kick, A man out near Jingo found a stray other ancient mariners of thought and Clecro and Emerson, who loved but to hog at his place a few nlgut ago, and action are preserved to present know the best relations possible to called around to his neighbors on and future generations through tho men, and how best tho peace of tho CENTERTOWN. tho telephone trying to locate the admirable scheme and execution of world could be kept. Whllo tho madness for power and tho lust for wealth Capt. Owen Browi. of KlmitcU, was owner, but falling, he built a pen and this gifted Roman writer. put the hpg ur. for the hight r.nd In town, Sunday. In a study of Plutarch's Lives I am engage tho attention of sp many Picking blackberries Is the prder of the next morning when he went to struck with tho, marked contrast In strong men It is woll that a few think; the day, here. y feed his hogs there was one missing tho composure and haplness uetwee. more of knowledge which, after alL r. Mrs. L. AV. Tichencr vUlted rela- so ho took another look at the stray the Kings of action, who havo aspir- is the forco that keeps thetworld-gethetives In Hartford tne first of 'the and lo and behold! It was his own ed to the power of tho purple, and hog. Such Is life. week. tho Kings of thought, whose highest purpose was to know the origin nnd Miss Pearl Tlchenor visited rela"Econoniy is near to tho koystond tives at McIIenry, Saturday night and relation of things. Plato and Socrates of'charactor and success. A boy that PRIMARY OFFICIAL Sunday. and Lycurgus wore gads of peace and Is taught tcsivo his money will rar"o BALLOT. Chester Bishop, of Mlddlesboro, love, while Alexander, Hannibal an'! ly ye a bad man or a failure. Tho visited his father, J. M. Bishop, hero, Caesar were gods of war and despair. man who saves will rise In his trado ' last week. t Without losing a battle Hannibal or profession steadily; this is InevitaAngus Buskel, of Tenn., was In depolulated Lacadomonla by sacrlfico ble." Gladstone. town Saturday, shaking hands with on tho field, Alexander died of despal-aft- er a old friends. conquering tho world, nnd Cne-sa- r. Ulus Tucker and family, of Maxafter suffering untold hardship) WILL GIVE BETTER well vlsltffd relatives hoio Saturday to encompass a crown, foil a victim to TRANSFER SERVICE x and Sunday. assassins in tho Senate chamber, and W. C. Everley and family, visited tho Ignominy of dying to restore RoREPUBLICAN PARTY. On nnd after July 1, I willbo'ablo man liberty. Althrough tho ages a relatives at Matanzas last Saturday and Sunday. curse follows tho aspirant for tho to give you 100 per cent bottor transFOR REPRESENTATIVE IN crown. Noto tho tragedies' in our fer service botweon Hartford and Miss Opal Crafton, of Central Ciguest of Miss ty, was the voek-enu- " CONGRESS own day and country. Roosevelt Beaver Dam, , for tho following reaand lost, in his sons: j staked everything, Katie Wallace. I will operate nothing but 'clean, ambition to play tho part of a conHendorson Stearman and family, MARSHALL DUNCAN of Matanzas, spent Sunday with L. W. stitutional master of his country. 1 easy riding cars. You will not be compejled to wait have it from n personal friend of hir Tlchenor and wife. JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. Miss Agnes Duncan, of Greenthat in tho early nutumn of 1912 Col whllo the mall Is bolng loaded You will not bo compllid to rldo believed ha hero, with W. Roosevelt confidently ville, spont the, week-en- d P. HAYS would bwoep tho country, and would In n mail truck with the dirty mall relatives and friends. bags. . achieve the rare distinction of breakChas. Crowely, of Hondorson, spent I, W. C. Blankensblp, Clek of tho ing up tho solid,' south jt I will bo ablo to wtart promptly on Tho a few days lq$t week Waiting hlsf unOhio County Couit, do certify that that followed is history. 'time, as I will hao no mull for do, G. II. Ashby, here vhlch tp wait. Mtesos Mary and UrMi O Tlyn of the above is a trtio copy of the ballot Lee thon a year ago President WilI appreciate your patroilngo whllo Utlca, spent las"t week here with their to bo voted on at the primary elec- son, despite a recent vote of' no con, tion to bo held Saturday, August 7, fidence set out upon a conquest of tho I was handicapped by tho mall extaunt, Mrs. E. 31. Mortou. country to force a reculcltraut eonute ract, and assure you that it Ih wltli , Helfrlch Bishop, who got hurt in 1920. Witness my hand, this 19th day to confirm .his League of Nations. I pleasuro that I announce a better; tho mines hero last week, ls getting havo it second hand from a news- service for you. along as well as could bo expected for of July, 1920. . W.'C RLANKENSHIP, paper correspondent who atondid the Rospect fully, one hurt &, bad as ho was. Clerk speaking Prebldent on his J. E CURTIS. Rev. J.' J. Wlllett, of Owensboro, - ' Ins-bur- g, Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. Tu d. ,," , -- . dlsap-nolntmen- U T V'N Did You Say Voiles Oh Yes; We Have Them! i. .rs Just received a SPINK, SPANK new line by Express The goods are in great demand, and have been exceedingly hard to get. They come in a large' and varied assortment of patterns, and we are sure you will want a pattern ' when you see them. Better come early to get a good selection. Their popularity and pretty styles will move themout in a rush. to-day? i i fci. .v m: 4 i ! T- - . '!. M m. - i, k n. s a K ' i u L,co Simmerman, nnd 'ALLIES RESOLVED! miss Winnie u,, were exuaugmerj TO SAVE POLAND) pected to arrive homo last night or today from an ctenslvo tour of tho West,' which thoy hnve been making Bolshevik Enroachnicnt Ciiufcr Opera Way For Huns To Avalil Since the adjournment of tho San Their Obligation-- . Francisco Convention, to which Mr. Simmerman was a delegate. London, July 21 Premier LTiiydC Mr. Lon .K. Mllburn and family, Judge John B. Wilson has been tendered and accepted the position as who have been visiting relatives near Mrs, J. A. Anderson and Mrs. Lula George, addressing the House 6C Coma member of tho Kentucky Children's Hartford for some time, will return Crowe, 'of Evansvillo, Ind. aro visit- mons today, said the Soviet ajmtrcc-Jtho Allies regarding peacn viXXx during tho coming week, to their ing relatives In the Beda and Nocreek Homo Soclbty. home in Terre Haute, Ind. neighborhoods. Mrs. Anderson and Poland was incoherent, ambferaaos 1 Mr. Norvnl P. Brown and, fnmllyj Mr. Anderson, who recently went to and propaganda largely Intended Zrc So far as Iia Miss Winona Stevens, of Louisville, some-poin- t of New Castle, Ind., are making an in Ohio, hnve, or will homo consumption. extended visit with relatives In and will arrive here Saturday to spend a move to Evansvllle, where Mr. An- could understand, however, Uia Sofew days with Miss Dewey Johr.3on derson has accepted a position with viet indicated its willingness to ncso-tla'- te near Mcllenry. direct with Poland. Miss Johnson will aLCompany Mfss the Evansville Courier. Besides these we are showing a complete line, Hay Harvest Is here and wo ha?e Stevens home, on her return., jThe Soviet Government, the Preof Flaxons, Organdies, Mulls, etc., in all the latest tho KEEN KUTTER Pitch Forks, R. M. WOOSTEU AND W. E. ELLIS mier declared, also wanted, to gjve Mr. James Glenn came down from that good Guaranteed kind".. residing on adjoining lots, Hartford Poland better boundaries than theses colorings. The hot weather is now, on us; Wear WILLIAMS & DUKE. Louisville Saturday, to visit his par will sell at public auction, Saturday named by tho Allies. Mr. Liars ents, Judge and Mrs. J. S. Glenn, July 24th, 1920: household goods, George said there were some phases cool Clothes', worry less, and you will live longer. Miss Mayme Keown returned Satur-da- S and Incidently to be in the ball game farming implements, Wagons, ono in tho Soviet message Indicating; the to her home near Fordsvllle, af- with tho local team at Calhoun, Sun and two horse; Maxwell Car, Cream Bolshevik! only were prepared. fj disWe have the remedy. See us. ter spending a week with Mr. and, day. Separator, also a lot of Bank and cuss the matter with a proletariat-H- e declared the Soviet Government Mrs. S. 0. Keown. Store Fixtures and numerous other For Sale 10.5 acres good land, with things. Sale will promptly at had no right to dictate to Polastft what sort of Government tho Poles Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, good dwelling, barn and outbuildings. 1 o'clock P. M. should have. Miss Esther, left Tuesday, for Daw- The G. W. Gordon property at Pren 4t4 The Premier asserted that an to- son Springs, whero they go for ten tiss. Seo You are invited to call and see my days dr two weeks. COURTLAN M. TAYLOR. Office, Just opened over dependent Poland was essential to.tfa new Dental Route 3, Beaver Dam. Deposit Bank. Besides tho conven- whole fabric of poace and thfi'tAHIes: Misses Mary Ellen and Isabello iences we now have, we are installng were resolved that thoy must amcrasfc Moorp returned Friday, to their homo The whole of Ohio County was electrical equipment that will help tho destruction of Poland and tier in Louisville, after an extended visit visited by a fine rain Sunday night. make our services more proficient. march of Bolshevik armies' UrransJi Tho rainfall was accompanied by a with relatives here. Polish territory. If I the Bolsueviil Lady attendant. heavy electrical storm, though we overran Poland they would ha p Yours respectfully, against the German frontier,, and. Ht, There is no better time than right have, not been apprised of any dam DR. CHARLES R.'LAYTON, now to buy that De I.avni Cream Sep- age, from that score. Bank Bldg., Rockport, Ky Lloyd George said this would funilirtb arator. Qver 2,500,000 In daily use. Office hours 8:30 A. M. to 4:00 P. M Germany a great temptation with Uer J. D. WILLI A4S & SONS FOR SALE One complete, up-t- o millions of trained men. Wo pay cash every day lor eggs, and The Hartford Republican poultry. datff Saw Mill Outfit. Also will have KENTUCKIAN IX)NG It would bo a cheap way, nccordTnK W. E. ELLIS & BRO. The Stork visited the home of Mr. a lot of lumber for sale after August ABSENT RETURNS to the Premier ,for Germany to. get V JULY 23 FRIDAY, Gillespie, Tuesday 1st. For information call or write out of her obligation. "I only aslc Mr. Anderson Davison, of Shfeve, nnd Mrs. Will H. t morning, leaving In their care and 3t2p . J. B. YORK,-in. Mr. Willis H. Smith, whoso ageis tho members to think whether: was here Tuesday, on business. Olaton, It. No. 1. keeping a JJne boy. IJome Phone. now near 70 years, returned to Ohio might not "have ,tho effect of deprivPERSONAL NEWS County some days ago to visit his ing the Allies of the fruits of. tha Mrs. Nannie Wallace, of Leitch- Mr A W finrv nnd dauchto". Miss brother, Uncle Hardin Smith and oth- dearly bought victory," Mr. Llayfi Hartford vs. McHenry, Saturday AND SOCIAL EVENTS flcld, Is tho guest of relatives here, July 24th. The games "between these Hyra, of Morgantown, arc visiting Mr. er relatives in p.nd adjacent to Mc- George added. 'and at Dundee. ' Mr. Lloyd George pointed out that. two teams now stands . fifty, fifty. Gary's sister, Mrs. E. S. Howard, and Henry, for the first time in 46 years. Mowing Machines and Hay Rakes. Come out and see a fast game. Mr. Howard, of this place, and also Mr. Smith, in the year 1S74, the Soviet Government had. not!. Keeai ACTON BROS. Pvt. Goobol Wilson, of Camp Knox, other relatives in the County. Miss p)ac6d a few of his effects in a waon chosen by the Russian people and he: y furlough with Is spending a Mrs. P. H. Taylor, of Danville, and Gary will remalnhere soveral weeks. and behind a pair of mules started declared that It was as great an autMr. Arthur Ford, of Fordsvllle, was his parents here, Mrs. Frank Bradshaw, ofOwensboro. State,' landing" in ocracy as its predecessor. for the-- Lone-Sta- r In town Tuesday. i 9 The Premier announced that tins Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Beanleft Sun- South-wearrived here yesterday-- , to be the . Texas, after some 70 o guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Fair. day foi; Portsmouth, Ohl6, to visit 80 days spent in arduous travel upon British Ambassador at Berlin, had" i Mr. Ira D. Bean returned WednesBICYCLES plenty of them. gone to Poland and said that It was day, from Louisville, whero he had their daughter, Mrs. B. M. Tanner lonesome roads and trails. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. . been on business. Mrs. Will Hall, of Owensborp, and and Mr. Tanner. They will also go During the past two years Mr. possible that Marshal Fcaih would so Mr. Herman Davis, of Southern In- to Akron, to visit another daughter, Smith has made his homo near Wichi- there later. , L Got your cultivator from ACTON Mr. W. C Smith, of Mcllenry, was diana, 'spent the week-en- d It was to the Interest of Great hero with Mrs. Noah L. Rowe aqd Mrj, Howe. ta, Kansas, to which place he will reBROS, HartforU, Ky. in town Saturday, and while here the families of Mr. W. G. and James turn after spending a'month or two Britain and to 'Europe, that Polaa! David, the little son of Mr. and in the old home country. C. Bennrtt. should not be wiped out, declared! Cba visited this office. ' Premier. m Mrs. J. W. Layman, of near town, who Miss Hula King will visit friends Messrs. J. P. Cheek and W. II. MilIn order to test tho good" faith o Misses Anna Rhea Carson and Mar- was bitten Sunday, by a snake sufin Llvcrmore, Sunday. NOTICE In town Mon- tha Carolyn Pate returned Saturday fered but little ill effect from the conler, of FordsvIllo,-wer- e the Soviet Government, he explained. from Corbln and other points in that tact, although the reptile was of a Ladles Union Suits GOc grade.. 30c It was decided at Spa to advise PoMr. V. A. Matthews, of Fords- day-- , on business. arrate- section, after being absent about very poisonous species, a copperhead. Ladles' Union Suits, 75c grade. .C3c land to apply to Russia far-an- . vllle, was In town Monday. tlco wlthsa view to peace. Mr. J. D. Taylor, of Routo 3, Bea- throo weeks. Seal Pax Union Suits, $2.50 ' Mrs. D. W. Williams, of Pittsburg, Henry Nail Is spending a few days ver Dam. was In town Monday, at$1.75 grade , tending to business. , Misses Maggie and Mary Ellen Ga., arrived here last Friday for an Men's B. V. D's in Loujsvllle and Frankfort. ,.1.50 YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE ENJOYABLE." OUTINGS Brown, pf Livermore, after spending extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. Ballbrlggan Shirts and Draw- -' Quito a number of "rooters" mndc-th- e ten days here, the guests of Mr. and J. Williams and family. Mr. Wil .fSOc Mr. M, F. Faught, of Route 1, crs, 75c grade About twenty ot Hartford's younK journey to Calhoun Sunday with Mrs. Ellis Foster, returned to their liams Is expected to Join his wife here was in town Wednesday. All slippers less 25 per cent. people, chaperoned by Misses Lclfar. August tho 1st., for a visit with his home tqday. the local ball team. HUB CLOTHING CO. " Mr. Frank Wallace, of Roslno, was people. Glenn and Mattyo Duko, spent that day Tuesday picnicking at Bfshuer,. James Nance, of tho Mcssonger.Ow-onsbor- o, FAIR VIEW. Mrs. W. E. Ellis wlllreturn SaturIn tho city Tuesday, on business. spout Sundny and Monday day from a ten day's sojourn at Dawcome five miles below town on. Rough Mrs. Sallle T. Johnson, Louisville, Master Booker Wright, the ten- - River. The gltls of the party haA son Sprjngs. Her little niece, Emily Mrs. Nannie Wallace, Leltchfleld, Ilavo you sera thai John Deer. here, with his family. , Riley, who has been with her, Miss Daisy .Wedding, Indianapolis, year old son of Richard Wright, is prepared a nice lunch, whftfb wnaj at J. D. WILLIAMS & RONS? Fair Tractor Mr. Cal P. Keown spent last week- will also return. Ind., Miss Elizabeth Nelson, Jackson, suffering from a severo burn. Ho spread at the' noon hour and mucft Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. JoTin end in Fordsvlllo, visiting relatives you nepd a double shovel or was trying to pour boiling water from enjoyed by all. The day was snout Ha If City, were guests Wednesday a when tho bail of the boat riding, inspecting the mines ami Mr. and Mrs. Riley Hughes and Cultivator go to ACTON BROS and attending tho chautnuqua. . daughter, Miss Mona, of Herrin, 111., of Mrs. A. T. Lee. kettlo turned In his hand causing tho in various forms ot amusement. Mrs. Joe Wilson and Mrs. Carrie are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hughes' Tho party took tho afternoon trattz water to pour out on his left arm Mr. Sam Gains, of Fordsvlllo, whs on bus! Nowbolt visited friends at Cool daughtor, Mrs. Charllo Leach, and Mr. Mrs. Anna Lashbrook left Monday burning a place about four Inches for Centcrtown, returning homo on In Hartford last week-enSprings, Saturday and Sunday. the passengor in the lato evenftis: for Louisville, whe,re she will visit long. ness. Leach and family,' con Lowis Grey Brown, of Harrisoimc. her daughter, Miss Myrtle, who Is In There will be a there. Mrs. L'ash-broo- lt ducted at High View, on tho fourth Ark., was a special guest or tho picMillard, Hoover lost a fine mnre Misses Mabel nnd Pauline Ashley, a Sanatorium Miss Margaret King returned MonWilli go from Louisville to La- Sunday In this month. Every body In- nickers. day after visiting Miss Emily Bell, of Wednesday morning', causo of death who have boon heto with their parwas said to havo been indigestion. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmore AJhley, grange to visit the family of Mr. D. vited to come and spend tho day. Bo Buford, for sevornl days. COX TO STATE STAND suro to bring your lunch? during the past three v;olu, returned H. French for some time. M,rs. Louisa Wright, who has been ON I.EAfiLU AUGUST 7 Mr. Horbert Beard, of Hardlns-bur- g, to Evansvillo yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rodnoy Rold, of Washington, July 21. Gov James who la with tho State Tax Mr. James Tanner, of Bunmoro, making her home, with her son, Ed riockport, were guests Sunday of Mr, Commission was In town Monday. Soo our lino of Magazines! Wo Miss., arrived here Monday to spend Wright, has gone to spend tho week M. Cox, tho Democratic Presidential and Mrs. W. II. Gillespie. aro going to carry a line of Maga- a few days visiting relatives in the with hor daughter, Mrs. Maggie Tuck- 'nominee, will set forth fully his posi MI33 Mary Mains, of McHenry, wa tion on tho Versailles Treaty, especMrs, Sall?e T. Johnson, of Louis zines regularly. Lot us know your County. Mr. Tanner's mother, Mrs. er, of Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Leq nnd ially with respect to the League or vllle, is spending several days hero, a guest of Misses WInnIo and Muriel favorites and we'll get them for you. Mlzolla Tanner, who had been visiting Nations Issue, In his, fort.Iicom'lne' hor son, returned also, stopping oft children, Mr. and Mrs. Lonle Wilson Saturday night and Sunday CASEBIER & TAYLOR. with friends and relatives. x speech of ncceptanco whon notified in Evansvillo to spend a few days nnd son, and Mrs. Maytne spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. August 7 of his nomination aa Utoi with her daughter. Mr. Lyman G. Barrett, of tho HerMr. W. E .Bryant, with tho Mr. A. R. Carson will go to Lowls-burparty standard bearer. Maggie Tucker, of Horton. Sunday, to visit his cousin, Mr. ald, and Mrs. Barrott, spent the week, Life Insurance Co , and Until thon.lt Is understood. GovMr. and Mrs. S. M. Maddox and Mr. and Mrs. Orvll L,oyd, of Shelby, end with relatives at Barrett's Fer- Mrs. Bryant, of Owonsboro, are in Goorgo Carson and family. ry. Hartford and vicinity this week, in daughter, Miss Maude, Mr. Chester Ohio, visited Mrs. Loyd's father, Mr. ernor Cox will not ylold to determinLoach and family, Mr. N. Taylor and J. W. Daniel, of this place, last week. ed attempts being made by Old Guard Interest of tho Company. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Allen, of guests of family, of Beavor Dam, were guests Mrs. J. Ross Taylor has been electMr. and Mrs. Culllo Acton.of Dun-de- Republican leaders Interested lit tlio 5, wero woek-on- d Routo O. Blankenship und departvisited Mr. a'nd Mrs. Bob Acton, Senator Harding nomination, to irac ed teaclier in the primary Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Likens nnd Sunday of Mr-- W. Mr. and Mrs. Pender Bennett. ' out tho Governor in detail ou tfcin ment of tho local school, which posi- son, Arnold, left Tuesday fpr Wash- family. Little. Nevelyno M., dihigh-te- r, Sunday. . , was made vacant by the resigna- ington," I). C They are making tho of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, remained Mr. and Mrs. Otha Daniel and lit- league hmie'aud his oaUgorfcal atBrookfleld Creamery Butter, none tion tion of Miss, Winnie D. Mosoloy, who trip to tho Capital by auto and ex- bore, and will spend a wfcok or uioro tle sop, Donald, visited Mrs. IJanlel'i titude towtrds, Prwldqnt Wllsou'a; botCer made. Got it ' ' ' recently became Mrs. Ray Cook. mother, Mrs, Nancy Asjiford, Sunday. foreign policy. pect to bo absent about three woeks, with tho Blankenships. . & TAYLOR. C61. Mrs Charles E. Rogers, of Elkton, nmounti of seed Irish WILLIAMS & DUKE. Is spending the week-en- d hero with her parents, Capf. nnd Mrs. S. K. Cox Mrs. Nannlo Dover, of Dundee, is Mrs. Boatty Hancock has Joined spending tho week hero with her sister, Mrs Homy Mean, and Mr.Bcan. hor husband at Leltchfleld, whero Mr Hancock is engaged in Mrs. Molllo Herring, of peavor work. Dam, Is spending' tho week here, tho "WANTED guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Case-bie- r. Tie Hackers, will furnish living quarters. Apply to HAROLD HOLBROOK, Geprgo Dclker Buggies In all styles 3tf Hartford, Ky. of Unexceptional value aro on our Miss Mertlo Chapman, of Memphis, floor for your inspection. , Tenn., is here for an extende.t visit ACTON BROS, with Mrs. W."M. Hudson, and Mr. ' Air. and Mrs. Clint Balrd, of the Hudson. Shinklo Chapel country, spent tho week-en- d wltj Mr. L. B. TIchenor and Mrs. Besslo Daly, of Detroit, Mich ', family. orrhed here Tuesday, to visit her njother, Mri A. W. Mills, and family A full lino of Red Spot Paint and Mrs. Daly will be here Iwd weeks or Get your supply now more. Varnishes. whllo the painting season is on. Wo sell, tho NEW 'PERFECTION .ACTON "BROS. Coal Oil Stove. They ajo given up Mr. and Mrs. Will ChamberUn, of to bo the best. We have both the 3 Owensboro, aro visiting relatives lr. burner and the 4 burner. tho Nocreok and Bcn.i communities, ACTOtf BROS. this week. . Miss Elizabeth Nelson, of Jackson, Judgo W. II. Barnes returned Wed- Mich., is spending a few days here, nesday from Louisville and other with her aunt, Mrs. John A. Duke, points where ho bad been on legal nnd Mr. Duke, and her uncle Dr. J. R. ' Plrtlo and Mrs. PIr'tle. business. A limited Potatoes. 100 Men Wanted $27.00 per week. Steady Job. Brass Rolling Mill Work. . No Labor Trouble. Bring receipt for R.. R. fare and Se you" money back after 60 days- m Western Cartridge Company Employment Dept., EAST ALTON, ' ILLINOIS. R."e. The Prices Run From 50c to $1.50 per Yard. 7kz&l&Gb, , , it 15-da- " st - y, ...,..,.,.. tea-kettl- e, d, foot-washi- Sch-road- er : g. Inter-Southe- rn o, ir lr matcmtlttfh. . FARM DEPARTMENT. REAVER DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Oweniboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenno;, Ilcckon on the flro or boiling It over, It Markets of'Thc World Xow C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney then should bo beaten again. Clerk It. W. King. To Amcrlcn. ford. MirJi Never bo(c ha& there bom Police Judge J. Help I'lnn Fnnn Homes. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. x nt priaont foV the opportunity Marsbnl R. F. Stevens. Ueautlfylng and Improving the Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner United Stntes to occupy an Important tin, Hartford. place In world commerce, particularly,! farm homes is tho nowest phase of FORDSVILLE. in tho Trustee Jury Fund Cal PMKeown, with regard to foml supplies, say mar- homo demonstration work South, yet nioro than 1,500 farmCh'm'n. Board W.' R. Jonei, Hartford. I keting specialists of the Bureau of Summer Complaint Quickly Itcllcvod. 1st Monday In March II days Clerk Olla Cobb. Markets, United States Department houses wero built in tho South last years ago when suf"About two t year according to plans advised br Com'th. and Civil. of Agriculture Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger- fering from a sovero atack of sumtho Home Club agents; 2,73 6 wer3 mat-to- r 1st Monday In May 12 deyi Civil. These experts state, that tho Marsbal-L-Gromer complaint, I took Chamberlain's Pollard. 1st Monday In July 12 days of nationn'. grades Is therefore remodled,. 2,677 had lighting systems' Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy and it Installed, 19,270 had kitchens ImCom'th. and' Civil. In ono of paramount Importance. relieved mo almost lnstnntTy," writes made easier to do work 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September the markpts of tho world tho seller proved and labor-savin- g Mrs. Henry Jcwctt, Clark Mills, N. FOR PRESENT YEAIC devices wero In, 26,811 Civil. with tho best graded products Is tho Y. This is nn excellent remedy for made or purchased, and 20,666 front days 4th Monday In November--- ! most successful. Standardization escolic nnd diarrhoea and should be County Board of Education Crops nnd Transportation E. S. extent Com'th. and Civil. tablishes a common language between yards wero benutiflcd. When startm handJby every family. Tho Department of Agrlculturo prqs kept nt sion work with tho women was Howard, S. S. O. C. buyer in ono country vpnd the the COUNTY COURT. years ago, It aimed, first to diets a somewhat smaller yield of Div. No. 1 7R. A. Owen, Hartford,. seller In another; In fact, experience ed 10 Meets first Monday In each month., notici:! lighten women's work and to lift It tho principal 'grains than last year . shown that the decisive factor In has Route 6. Judge Mack Cook. realm of drudgery and to yet they 'exceed tho figures of normal the development of foreign business out of tho Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvllle; Xotlco ishereby given that the unCounty Att'y. A. D. Kirk. In food problems .As these years. Considering the great shortoften hinges on the proper standardi aid Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Dlv. No' 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun.-deproducts to problems wero being solved tho ques- age of ralljoad ouipment andfaclll- - dersigned will on the first Tuesday zation and grading of the Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. tions of clothing, home conveniences, ties resulting Som conditions creat- In September, 1920 make application he sold. Superintendent E. S. Howard. poultry and dairy produc ed by tho war, and with a disturbed to tho Stato Board of Control nt Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne. Denmark's large export trade In increased food labor situation following a period of Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. tion, sanitary improvements, has been the result of a system butter Dlv. No. C Otis Stevens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner composition, food values, and practi strikes that has sldwed up tho move- and will ask ,that he bo released from of Inspection and grading whereby Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. cal arrangement and furnishing of ment of traffic generally and caused his, confinement at the state penithe Government limits the use of tho Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Dlv. No. C Nat LIndlcy, Center-tow- n. tho kitchen were brought up by tfie a loss of transportation capacity, the tentiary, at Eddyvflle. trade-mar- k to creameries national This Juno 4, 1920. , women. This led to demands for question arises as to how the rail, FI8CAJL COURT, whoso products are of satisfactory ERNEST LITSEY. practical pjans for tho whole house roads of the country can contifiuo to 50tl0p County Board of Examiners: E. S. quality. The Danish system recog. Meets first Tuesday In April and . ee and for Information s to Its best lo- handle the almost unprecedented volHoward, Mrs. BIrdIo Mldklff and. nizes .only ono grade of butter the cation, drainage, water supply, light- ume of traffic, and then cope with the , October. RHYME OF" Ira Jones. best. As a result the producers and ing devices, lnolde arrangementand further difficulty of moving a crop of It CKLESS HEPOItTE'.f 1st District Ed Shown, Hertford. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th eellers of Denmark butter always find Route 3. largo proportions at a time when a , , 17th. .. a ready market In every country. uecorauon. nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear largo part of the enormous 1919 crop ?- -'I wis.h thntspell Other nations have adopted these w er Dam. has not yqt been moved to its ultimate Tobacco Has SinnlbAcrcngc. Ing was my forte, EXAMINATIONS" practices with similar results. w 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. Since tho estimate of 216,000 har- destination. Some of thq.more But facts compel ' would seem obvious state the buIt United 4th District O. W. Rowe, Centerrailroads have been able to Common School Diploma May 1'4" Mo (I'm that sort); reau's experts, that a national sys- vested acres of tobacco In the Crop town. finance orders for equipment amount To own up brave and 1G at Hartford, Beaver Dam, ' v tem at least for grading dairy pro- States made by the Bureau of Btli District W. C. Daugberty.Baize- - and Fordsvllle.. Department ing to about $144,000,000 but most I.y that I'm not ducts produced In the United State3 Estimates, United Stales 'town. obliged t May 21 and 22 County Teachers' N. Webster's islave would be advantageous to all who are of Agriculture, for 1863, the area has of the roads have been Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford. (White). By quite a lot. Iregularly Increased to 1,647,000 await distribution of a $500,000,0,00 engaged In this important branch of - May 28 and 29 7th District B. F. Rfop. Fordsvllle. v County Teachers" acres In 1918 and 1,901,200 acres in loan fund placed by th3 transportaagriculture, . ,1 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlno'tion nt Hartford, (Colored). Big words are dlff 1919, with intermediate census acre tion act at the disposal of tins Inter..3-"- . . ford, Route 6. ' V state Commerce Commission. While June IS and 19 County nnd ages from 1S79 to 1909. Icult for me, "" ' I Trth.irpn !.s one of the "nrinclnal" some of the cars already ordered will Efforts To Secure Hale Tics, Examination at FordsvlUo;. ones like "It" Short , HARTFORD. Something new in the WO) 01 . ft j ia nn ntlo nt Pnnsldpr. be available for this season's crops, (White). I'd rathercp; Mayor J. E. Bean. "shortages" has developed. Though lots of let June 25 and 20 County and State 'QDIU HUlJUiluilue iium u iiuiivuui j.v.i.v and plans have been made for rer Clerk J. A. Howard. is a shortage of baling wire of view and of high importance with- building 12,000 cars and locomo-tlVt- s, time it Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. Ters go askew. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). for this season's hay crop. If the in tho limits of some of the States, yet this addition to the rolling . For I forget Marshal E. P. Casebler. . go unfed, it will not bo be and yet tho area occupied by it is a stock will nowhere meet the added Sopt. 17 and IS County and State horses Words simpfe, too. cause of lack of hay, but because of, Toachers Examination at Hartford,' ' HOCKPORT isl,mUlcaiit fraction of farm demands that will be placed upon the tho-- lack Of bale ties to bind the hay aml of crop arGa (White). Th(? censU3 for railroads. Last year empty grain Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. But I should wor Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stato Clerk N. II, Bratcher. for shipment. Ity how I spell in.no founa i 294,911 acres devoted cars were stored throughout the west Active steps taken by the Bureau J tQ tobacco aml thIs area was 0.41 per awaiting the early grain movement, Police Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, The task I slur , tne (Colored). As I will tell;' of Markets, United States Department cent of-Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. total crop area and 015 but this year, when tho demand for , f tho farm arcai of Agriculture, 10 am in uveicuuim bo? carp has continually exceeded the That what I do this shortage of bale ties have result Is leave the pesk supply. It has been necessary, In orY job up to ed in one factory, with an output of The'ipring of 1920 was unusually der to et the cars In the west frr away from east "800 bundles a day, resuming work to The Copy Desk. late; In only four years in the past grain, to take them capacity, and several other large man- 37 years has progress of plowing tc ern roads and eastern shippers. This New York Globe ufacturers stating their willingness to May 1 been more backward than this has' been accomplished by means of do everything possible to meet the year, namely, orders issued by the jB" Si Jn 1912, 1904, 1903 and car relocation and demand. 1899. The outturn of 1912 was Interstate Commerce Commission diThe Bureau of Markets has bumper crop yields. 1904Mrage crop the Commission of Car Service, FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE of specific municoted with tho principal manu- yields, 1903 slightly above average, recting the movement For Infants and Children Duiolved in water for douehei ttc-pcars', frequently' In and the leading pelvic facturers of wire numbers of empty and inflamand 1899 about average. In Use Years mation,catarrh, ulceration by Lydia E. bale-ti- e Recommended factories, urging them to insolid trains to specific western lines, Always bears Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. crease their production. A survey Feeding And Watering c Stock In regardless of the local demand for the A healin; wonder for natal catarrh, cars. This has had tha effect of in Signature of of the entire situation disclosed that ore throat and toro oye Economical. Trnns.it. cars ir scarcity is due mostly to powtr. the general "7,jreMmi na er popai U I 'When the distance is such that a creasing the shortage of box LSuule Free. 30c. all drugguu, nuadl strikes, transportation difficulties, live-stoV mil The P.HOO To3rt Ccrawir. Doion. Kim. shipment to destination can the east but has been regarded a TO and shortage of wire. A Safe Old Fashioned not be made within the time provid fustified in view of the nationwide DUBUN DECLINES GIVE INCOME DATA As distribution is one of the main interest in the movement of vltci law, an ed under the Federal Remedy for Worms reasons for tho present shortage, the imals must be unloaded, fed, and food crops ns well as by tho fact that Seventy-fiv- e years contin, Dublin, July S The Jlublln counDepartment of Agriculture has sug- watered. The railroads which Jiave I.. cars ruercu ....t UIahi. r tUr.""m uous ue isthebeittesti-- ' kuh-trplans to manufacturers by officials not to gested cil has instructed its monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE e shipments western lines, miring reacrai tho heaviest can offer you. which it is hoped'to supply those sec- provide 'the cars were pooled regardless supply any lnfr.r316.ion to the Iliit-Is- h stations for 1 Keep a bottle always on Income tax authorities nor to rl- tions of the country first where the of ownership with the result tha hand. It will help keep Jhls purpose at intervals along their were returned iow these authorities to examine.! need is most pressing. It Is believed lines. Railroads which do a small when the little ones happy and (pnl ' helter-skelt- ei healthy. books or documents. Such ini'ofi.in that if tho manufacturers proceed often are without they were scattered k business 30c a botd e at your dm ni it ot along the lines suggested, sufficient Eastern coal cars were In the 'east tim as Is demanded is t be 4len stations, and the shipgeneral More; or if your dealer bale ties will be manufactured and per patronizing these lines must make and western grain cars were in the only by 'the "Irish Republic Parlia- I Succeed when everything else fails. can't upplyyou.send hitname .and 30c in ftampt and we'll shipped to dealers tosupply the deof the preponder- ment " inxnervou prostration and ieftiale and end you a botue promptly. his own arrangements for feeding and east, of' because weaknesse they are the supreme d mand with but little loss to the hay watering. traffic the great ance The fJInn Fein executive In Cork L4S. FREY, BJiimote. Mi remedy, ai thousands have testified. crop. er portion of the cars 'were in the has (irM''iited among thp Cork FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND extraordinary efforts and a M:nllf.r waxnln" 1 (.1 to fur- Best On n Well east, Carpet Grass Grows STOMACH TROUBLE wero required to move them west- nisii HK.orne tax lmormauon, anujng How To Kill The Fleas On Cats, Doss, is the best medicine ever "sold FlrniPil Seed Bed as the demand for over a druggists counter. "Any breach of this order will bo And Hogs. On cultivated land, carpet grass ward particularly movement was severely dealt with." One of the most successful ways to succeeds best ona seed cars for local WILL YOU The situation in tho west and south kill fleas on cats and dogs, say ento- bed. Tho seed may be sown any time TAKE is so serious owing to tho stoppage mologists of the United States Depart- from early spring till after midsumadoptment of Agriculture, is to wash the mer when tho moisture conditions aro A tobacco crop of approximately of trains that many towns are animals thoroughly in a tub contain- favorable. To secure a full stand of 437,5St),000 pohnds, and a reduced ing a rationing system as a precau, ing tho proper proportion of a saponi- the grass promptly, seed should be wheaL crop 'of .about 6,275,000 bush tion. A Trealmenl coal-ta- r Tho Sinn Fein News Bureau asserts creosoto preparation, of sown at the rate of 10 pounds per els, are tne leaiures 01 me joini fied for WEAK and State crop report for that British troops were especially which there are n number on the acie. A method of seeding that hai market, known as "stock dips," etc often been used is to cut grass with Kentucky issued today nt Frankfort! sent to Cashel to remove tho decori-tton- s Lwk!LiLiKIXv LUNGS or put up for the occasion of tho Directions for dilution of these dips nialuro need and scatter ihe hay over and Louisville by Commissioner of CONSUMPTION will be found on the container. Tho tho land where it was dosired to es- Agriculture W. C. Hanna and II. F. visit of Archbishop' Hanna ot San Bryant, Kentucky's representative of Francisco'and Bishop Cantwell of Lo.i animal should bo scrubbed thorough- tablish carpet-gras- s pasture. ly, and tho head well soaked, as many pasture the U. S. Bureiui of Croo Estimates. Angeles. To establish carpet-gras- s A quick reliel for that tired, run down fcellnc m m couebs, pains In chcit. nlcht tweali. hemor fleas rush thero to get away from tho in open forests or on cut-ovlam', This month's preliminary istttnnto of fbacei. veak lunea or rornumpllon. K It docs Indicates a crop liAKE TAIIOE HAS SHRUNKEN. parts that aro covered with tho so- without going to the expanse of clear- tho acreage nol help you It coats you nothing. g lution. After tho animal has been ing the standing trees should be deai.-one- d of about 86,170,000 bu tho acreago Lock nox 010 OHIO MEDICAL GO. Jn tho bath for about 5 or 10 minutes being about the same as In 1919, by girdling. COLUMBUS O. Tho land to. be Lake Tnhoe, In California, is ofton It may be removed and allowed to soeded should bo burnqd over In win-t- while oats are estimated at 11,260,-00- 0 jaid to occupy an old volcnnlc crater. dry. In tlio case of cats, ospeclally if bushels, rye 072,000 bus., barloy rhls 'is not n fact. It Is true that in order to remove nil the tall tender skinned, tho preparation straw of broom sedge, wire grass, and' 112,000 bus., Irish potatoes 5,971.-00- 0 the region about tho lako shows evi should bo washed out of the fur with other bunch grasses. Plowing or bus., and sweet potatoes 1,555,- - dence of volcanic uctlvity of various USELSV-VER-LA- X soap and warm water soon after the disking is not necessary Carpet 000 bus. kinds nndthat tho water has at times animal is taken out of tho solution. This is an Increaso of 450,000 bus., proltably beoir dammed by outpour- a young man who practiced fr.cdlclno grass at tho rate of 5 pounds per ncre In addition to the destruction of may then bo sown at any time after over tho June stiinate of the 'Ken- ings of "i'lVa, but the lake itself lies In in a rural district becamo famous and was in consultation all fleas present, this washing the weather becomes warm, but pro-- f tucky wheat-crop- , due to good filling a structural depression a dropped townscalled chlca because of iu many his sucnnd cleanses and dcodrrlzes tho fur and ei ably when thero is nmplo moisture of heads In many sections even tho ulock of tho earth's crust. cess in tho treatment of disease. Thja acreago is greatly reduced from also aids in the healing of any was waa Dr. Tierce who afterward moved the The prehlbtorlc Lako Tahoo Farmers Bulletin 1130 modo up lila wounds. o Grass" may be had free upon request 1919 and there is much thin short laiger and deoper thin the present to Buffalo. N. Y. He his place Bomo of medicines Tho thorough washing of infected of the United States Department of wheat. Tho 1919 Kentucky wheat lake, according to the United States mind totho public, and ho put up beforo crop was 12,029,000 bus., and tho Geological Survey, Department of the what ho called his Favorite Preanimals In kerosene omuleion is a Agrlculturo, Washington, D. O. cheap and satisfactory method of 1919 tobacco crop in Kentucky Interior. During the Neocene epoch scription," and placed it with tho destroying fleas. Five gallons of this Ft'dcrnl Grain Standards Prevent pounds. All these 1920 es- and tho earllr part ot tho Pleistocene druggists in every stato ir tho Union, . Feel rhrht all tho time. Ilon't Inw tor titty yeara vr. I'inrrn'H emulsion may bo made by dissolving 2 I'rlco Inequality timates aro subject to change down- opoch Its wates stood much higher Prescription Iiaa sold more .tnvorito from work for days by taking calomel largely ounces of washing soap In 1 quart of x Misunderstandings as to tho appli- ward or upwartl as tho season pro- than now, but in its overflow it has throughout tho United States than when pleasant Liv- keeps yo hot water and when brought to n boil cation of tho Fodoral grain standard? gresses, depending on favorable or 3lnco cut through tho lava dams that my uiuer lueuicmu ui uuu cnuracier. Jo. ivi, miwuivuuvisigyuuriroinx Safer too, and easy to take. Doirt of It's tho teetimony removing it from the tire and adding and as to the boneflts to bo derived unfavorable weather and other con- - maintained it at that hoiglit. Distinct women that it has of thousands en benefited or' iuttu anymintj cisc. iou can't alford hlgh-u- r 2 pints of kerosene. The mix- from tho sale of grain upon a grnd3 Lditious heroatter. bqaohes that mnrk the former tirely eradicated such distressing aiU it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sye. ture should be agitated vlolontly with basis have bean the cause of consli' - These tobacco and corn estimates levels ot tho lako stand about 107 ments.na women aro prone- to. It is tcm and reliovea constipation. A nat. or something of tl 3 erable dissatisfaction among produc- aro the first of this season, and as feot abovo its present surface but uowsold by drugglsta in tablet form ural remedy, natural in its actions, hum nn in Its effect nnd certain in results. It sort. This should rosult In a, milky ers and country olevator operators, planting of both crops was continued the water doubtless ouco stood at ev- as well as liquid. Nkwheuiiv, S. C.7- -" After using Doctor won't bo long beforo Liu- - VcLnx win solution from which the oil does not but with the patslng of those misap- vory late this year such estimates mny en greater hoights. At Tahoo City' Plcreo'i fc'avorlto Inscription t feci lllco completely displaco calomel in ever) separate. Water iu then edded to prehensions an over increasing sontl-utef- it be subjept to great change either uj the most distinct of thoso old bcach" a now woman. My friends uil toll mo I home".. Children can take it freely ana much hotter. with perfect safety. Every bottlo inoro make S gallons. Free kerosene will is being manifested'in favor of or down beforo tho end of tho soa-so- n. is n (enncethut stands 35 to 10 feet look 10 wltli tho result. I urnknow than pleased I that I anteed. BOcnnd $1 in. bottles. iruut Nonj "burn" animals, and if any separatee the puruliago and salu by grado at above the love) of tho lake. The tobacco acreago was is 011 can't prulso any ono of Dr .Vlerco's cenuino without tho likeness nnd 8ijrn too liltflily. 1 always keep thorn on QoiiBldernbly this yenrjn the this ancient beach that Tahoo Tavern out the mixture should bo reheated, country points turo of U, IC Grigsby. For salo by "" baud In order to keep well." Mus. -s caro being taken to avoid spilling it K, X, .WILLLJlMS, The old system of basing tho price Central Kentucky burloy district but Inbuilt.. Hartford Kft. Lulia bUFEH, Uouto 1 Dux 02. nt e. bought from tho farmer7 upon tho average- duality of tho corp in n.ny community or section was totally unfair to the producer of good grain. Under basis of purchasing tho "mine-run- " gniin the producer of good grain received no more for his clean, heavy wheat than did the producer of light weight and otherwise Inferior grain. Instead of a premium upon "hcvy grain, n premium was paid upon inferior products. Tho application of Federal grain standards Is calculated to prevent such inequality, and ns experience It being had under the "grading system growers are finding that tho purpose sought is being accomplished. at which, wheat or other grain wow was reduced greatly In tho dark tobacco districts of Western Kentucky, as tobacco can be set in July nnd still make a good crop with a favor-abl- o sqason. Setting was continued very lato In some places but tho acreage Bhows a decrease" of about 10 por cent over tho State as a whole Most of tho hurley belt, especially the rich Bluo Qrass.countrlcs, has n largo Increase of acreage. DIRECTORY t. ''? - 1 '., pro-pero- us w -"- ,, ' Stnte-Teacher- ' tgQSfl C ASTORIA r rEvcry Woman Wonis Mothers use 3. - For0ver30 VCKJ& x V. I-l- in ck J FortheChildraK. VerMirae "2S-ho- ur 1 1 ""' a m ol long-distanc- feed-In-tran- ds live-stoc- feed-In-tran- Bitters Sectric east-boun- mer-oh'U- its well-firm- OUR uov-ernme- nt 5&6arsZ!$o TaSA GERMINAL REMEDY s2 r9Ka FORGONE MONTH er A- of-c- orn or For Lazy Liver and ihe Troubles Constipation. Ver-Lo- 456,-500,0- j" egg-beat- er & It rem-cdl- I ly - i lf N I into which tho royal victims wero forced. Evory time they sought to ,fjet out of tho flamesDolrovltz said, GONZALEZ TRIAL they wero driven back at the point of the bayonet. Tatlna, tlreemprcss' n(3eon:Tdaugh-to- r, Nct'Contents ISFluid Drachm' $ Aspirant For Presi- and fled front the pyre three tlmis i' Sfl'R Former eventually fell pierced thrdugh by n bayonet. The empress, and dent Charged A3 Head For InfantB and Childron. Alexis, heir to the throne, clasped In - Of Revolution oloso ombraco, walked almost automatically Into the flames and disap pea red In nt whirl of smoke, accordMexico City, July 15. Don. Pablo ing to Dolrovlfz. Gonzalez, formor candidate, for tho i Presidency and alleged leader ot the Cliainbcrliiin's Colic nnd Diarrhoea M,COIIOI.-- 3 TER uiiwi. abortive rovolijtion. in the State of AVnAot.iiitcrrcnafiilionforAs Remedy x Nuevo Leon, whoso capturo was re- , This medicine always wins the good simimnnuicjoou uj s" . ported today, will be placed on trial opinion If not the praise of those who linthcStanachsnnajjomii. immediately according"toofflcial an- use it.; Try it when you have need nouncement. The Government ho of suchla remedy. mf " appointed Gens. .Francisco Coss, of ThcrctyrromoUnDKcsUon Saltlllo, Enrique Fstrnda, bf Zncatn-oa- s. MISS IIKLKN TAKT Cheerfulness ana nestwiiu.--ncithVEI)S IN MONTRKAL Opium.forphlnc nor and Joaquin Amnro, ofTorreon,, ns members of the court, arcordingH Iincml.NoTUvnouiv Montreal, July 15. Miss Helen' (o tho 'newspaper Excelsior. MaJHoradJXSAZlXUVWR Vl (U r tIpz's whereabout.) Taft, daughter of former President "VSaf were discovered last night, but here-siste- d William Howard Taft, was married tf E5arrest, claiming thole who today at Murray Hay, to Frederick JirpptrnurC Johnson Manning, instructor in hissought to apprehend him did not car h'amSrKi, f CantitiSuWf ry warrants for their action. "Tie tory at Yale University., Miss Taft JlSiHiyrrrlanr waN is president of Dryn Mawr College hou.so whore he was lodging 'A'hclpfulKcmedyfor watched all night, officials in the Mr. Manning was graduated from ConstlpaUnnd Diarrhoea 12' o r: Yale in 19JC and served as a first meantime obtaining a warrant to take nsiir "r&rBP him Into custody. One version of the lieutenant in the field artillery, fr. S. - resullin4rcfromMnMany- '' incident states ho was found hiding A. The ceremony took placo at the in the cellar of the house this, morn racSirailcSijnatarcof Union Church. Tho brirto, who was :: Mi Suspicion on tho part of Govern- given away, by her father,' wore a ment authorities was aroused by Gen-cr- gown of whito taffeta, 'trimmed with JJS.ee Tl r M Gonzalez's refusal to publicly old Brussels lace. She" carried a VS Mlllf H J -- '5 if H bouquet of white sweet peas, a gift denounce, the uprising lpd by saveral i rvaL'iAU '',"' i m rirewft military leaders In Nuevo Leon, thu from the groom, and campanulas and ' et white roses. General claiming tho rebellious chiefs Miss Edith Morgan,, of New York, were ills personal friends. A dispatch to tho Heraldo says that sup- was maid of honor and the only at porters of 'General .Gonzalez protest tendant. The bride's train was borne Esitft Copy of Wrapper. THtijToacoMPNr,cwoi.eiTT. against the Government holding hint by Masters William H. Taft, if, and in solitary confinement and claim Robert Taft, nephews ot the bride. violation of tho provisions Others attending tho ceremony were this of tho Constitution of 1907. Legal, tho bride's ntothr, Mrs. William action by whfch he cap be protected Howard Taft, and Mrs. Robert Taft. , The ceremony Was performed by is contemplated, it Is understood. Rev. nr. Herbert Symonds, of Christ Plnfi of Iteinltillon Found. A draft of a plan of revolution pro- Church Cathedral, Montreal. viding for tho ousting of all GovADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ernment departments functioning at All persons having claims against present was found in tho pocket of qcn. Carlos Garcia, chief of staff to tho estate of G. V. Wls,e, decsaseU, Gen. Pablo Gonzalez, according to a are hereby notified to present same to message from Gen. M. Por.ez Trevlno mo properly proven on or before AuHENRY WATTERSON chief of operations in Nuevo Leon,' to gust 15, 1920, at my residence near Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relkrti Gen. P. Ellas Calles, Secretary of Simmons; Ky., or they will bo forover After a Few Doses of t. ' Tho projoct barred. K War, says tho iferaldo. This 7 day of July, 1920. '. ITcnry Wttcrson J-- i j calls for tho appointment of a new Q. 13. BROWN, Adm'r of G. V. by Congren ,' " Av,"':siJ provisional President Mcadorsville, Ky.JIra. Cynthia, doses of 2t3p wnen tnreo-rouri01 mescaies ana. Wise, decern Ed. T ' Higglnbotham, ot this town, sayr. "At -- Seventy years of successful use K Mexico City nre controlled by the now . iiltr (Emrrirr-nutnia- l regime. Frequent referenco is maA: UA1JY HORN IN FLIVVER my age, which Is 65, the liver does mado Thedfbrd's 3CimiistiiUc GUESS HIS GIVEN NAME! to the "supremo chief ot the revolu v fiTandard, household remedy. Everjj not act so well as Mhen youns. A few tion-;- '' but no nSino was mentioned in June 131920.' member, of every family, at times, Now York Henry Ford Mahoney years ago, iny Btoaiach was all out of the d'raf J,' It i3 said. need the help that caa may be chosen as the namo ot tho After declaring there can be no recwas constipated, my liver glye in cleansing the system and re son of Policeman and Mrs. fir. I ognition of the present Foderal, State p. Parties eay.ceao and go, polHlclann nay rioo cid-fell- ; but, the cduca. and municipal governments tho al- Patrick Mahoney of Nottawa street, didn't act. My digestion was bed, and lieving the troubles that come fronr tlon of the youth of iho country eoes 6n forever. leged plan says the suremo chief wll' Jamaica. It toot so little' to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver. Tho policeman and his wife mado n petite TT23 senc. 'I was very weak... etc You cannot keep wcJl valcss youa provisionally namo Govornors of the Our rural cchoolo tovo-ith past Utn too often d'rsgscd into tho ' various Statesoccupled by "the lib- mad dash in tho Mahoney "flivver" I decided I would glvo Black- - stomach, liver and bowels are la good eral revolutionary arinyr" and that Friday night to reach Malry Imm.i Uraught a thorough lro of local (PoUtlea, and i Is nratlfylas to know that bath portion trial as I l:newvit working order. Keep thera that wayi these Governors will' namo judicial dilute hospital, but the stork won the elec-paone was born just was, highly recomwendod for this Try It acts promptly, and the little nnd city councils, pendln legal Joined hands ct tho laot eeoelon cf tha Lelelatura and passed laws outside the hospital gate. Kansas trouble. I began talcng It. I felt eontly.qnd in a natural way. If you lions. ' hich will co a lonS iay toward koeplnc our rural ehoola out "jettcr after a few doses. My appetite feel slusglsk. take a dose tonight. Goneral Trevlno Is quoted as say- Qity Journal. of tha o-- e ing that he beLeves G Vi tJosc Canto i, tnprovcJ and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Prlc political cano.. v . ASSESSMENT NOTICE. who has been reported arrested with jowoIs actGd natural!:- - and the Iea3t 25c. a package One cant " V Gen. Pablo Gonzalez, Is guiltless of To the taxpayers of Ohio county: few iJl iraffclC Our office will be oppn at al rea- - ;rcublo was soon righted with robellion, but is a victim ot p'msonal T . -- W .. 4ntftranf.,vt ... 41... Cm-- i ! . sonablo times from July the 1st, unspito on the part of enemies. ncvoijoor, thor It reason 3-til Oct. 31st., Mr the purpose ot ashy tte of eetion ofatrone nen to tho now County Boardu of Education sessing thovproporty of the county. cognlzanco would be taken of sharp State ot Ohio. City of Toledo. I, or one of my deputleswill visit the practices by German business men in . Lucas County, ss. ' Coad, olea bjarf Frnnlt J. Cheney malws oath 4hat he voting places In tho County, their International dealings. Tho GovIs senior partner of Ulb'flrm ot F. J. various ' NEW HUN TRICKS ernment denied the export taxes comCheney & Co., doing business In the City (watch for posters In your precinct kecp b0th h'p rM oa of Toledo, County and Btato aforesaid, in the future) tp accommodate thosa $3332 plained of had been levied, or that and that said linn will pay the sum ot lOMjSiMvW hurt tho chlldron ONC HUNDRUO DOLLARS for oJcli who do not care to come to the office other restrictions hod been, placed pn ana 5very caso of Caturlli that cannot ue to glvo their list, but under tho clasexport trade. cuied by the use of HALL'S CATAltllH Crooked Schemes In Geiman Newspapers here for several weeks .MCDICINU, FRANK J. CIIEN12Y sification act of the last legislature. . Sworn to beforo me and subscribed In Business Alleged In have carried editorial criticisms of my presence, this 6th day of Detember, wo feel that Wo can be of material 'A. D. KSG. A. W. G LEA SON. benefit to you in "Snaking your asGerman buslnccs methods since the (Seal)" Notary Public. Complaints. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is talien in- sessment here at the office. war, and several trade papers have ternally and acts through, tho Blood on D. E. WARD, Tax Co'm'r. O. C. declared the Germans eventually must the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. i feol keenly the effect of "commercial F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Christianla, July 17 Norwegian trickoryV they are alleged to have Sold by all drurrclsts. 75c. iVIilEN DEPORTEES Hall's Family Pll'o 'or constlDatlon. . S. business men have protested to the practiced. ARE STIUL IX . There also is widespread complaint Berlin povernment against alleged srCOON TRAl I,ANRS KAGLR Five hun- trickery of German commercial con against German lief insurance com"XVashkr.;ton. .inly 15 ot tho 556 ordored de- cerns whoso faUuro to deliver to Nor panies operating in Norway and tho An American"eaglo having a wing dred aliens ported during tho first six months of wegians goods bought and 'paid for Norwegian Foreign Office has beon spread of nearly eight feet Is in capLastarted official and unofficial in- petitioned to protect policyholders tivity at the farm of Bryan trattor, thl3 year by tho Department of bor, still re'main In this country thru quiries which led the Norwegians to who, It Is charged, havo been 'paid la at rtartland Hollow, Conn,, having inability of the department to obtain believe tho delinquencies wore delib- 'marks when tho policies call (or pay f been caught in a trap. Iment in kroner.. Hundreds ot thouI Stratton sot tha trnn near his transportation for aliens destined for erate. Commercial intercourse between sands pt German life insuranco polispring for n raccoon. The engU, Russia. Germany had been stead cies aro held hero, especially among In a. formal announcement today, Norway-ani- l caught by one toe, put up a stiff Secretary of Labor Post, re- lly Increasing, duo to the Jow exchango fSrmors. fight and tried to tbite Stratton when Assistant In this connection it U pointed out ho released it from the 'Bteel jaws af- ported that 2,830 anarchists and rate on German mqney, until recently that whereas 45,000 kronor, an aver-ag- o ensos were acted upon by tho' when a number of, Norwegian ter fastening Its legs withjils bell. "Red" life Insuranco policy, beforo tho were notified by-thGermans Ho has offered the. bird to the City Department of Lnborbetweon January 1 and June 30, 1920. Of tly?su with whom they had placed large or- war equaled 50,000. marks, tho rate park ol Springfield, Mass. cases wore dismissed and sjveii; ders that the merchandise could not of exchange now made such a policy m ordered for reheating. Thoro be delivered 'because "the Govern- worth 375,000 marks. cases In which ment had placed special export taxes were still forty-fiv- e FOR FLETCHER'S . no departmental rctton had been tak- - which prohibited exportation at tho prices at which the goods had been jen at tho close of the fiscal year. i sold." ' ' RUSH KAU'RKSS ANI Summer Complaint in Children Tho Germans are said to have de CHIIiDRIJN CRKMATKI) There Is not anything like so many manded additional sums ranging from A deaths from this disease now as be- 50 tp 100 per cent ot the prices they FIVE MILLION PEOPLE USED'IT LAST YEAR Paris, July Russian Em- fore Chamberlain's Colic 'and Diar- had quoted before they would fulfill S1S2XS press and her children were burned rhoea ritJhiedy came Into such gener- their contrncts. alive after tho execution of Emperor al use. When this romeUy s given The Norwegians frequently wore Nichola3 at Ekaterinburg It Is alleg- - with castor oil as directed and prop- compelled to pay tho'nddltlonal sums CASCARAjgP QUININE jed la sta,toments attributed to Ale.xiaJ er care is taken as to diet, it is sate having contracted 'to sell elsewhero Dolrovitz, formerly courier to the to say that fully ninoty-nln- o out ot tho German products. However, comDol- - every hundred cases recovor. Mr. W. plaints that Gorraans were using this SSOMtfte empress published hero today (si vrovltz said ho mado vain attempts to J 0. Campbell, of llutler, Tenn., says, method to, evade the unfavorable rate kWSi nrfirit cold rttctdvsafe, 20 vein ure, no la tablet form s,aye his mistress and. her chi'.dien "I have used Chnmborlaln's Colic and of exchunge became so frequent that cow in opiates Dread up sura relieves khi i;i j w.it. Tho tmpress and tho chlldron, Diarrhoea Remedy for summer com- Norwegian commercial prganlzatlons Money back if it fallt. Tha declared, were taken to. a plaint in children. It Is far ahead ot made official representations to Ber it niii'i.) vtvM. fnuine W Icox11 nil a p fclft 1..1 wood near Ekaterinburg, nrushwoijd anything I have ever used for this lin, and it Is unid the Borlln Govern plc'ure. m ment Issued a statement that official "? At All Drus Ziotf was gathored and a huge tiro made, purpose.' t "MARSE HENRY" WATTERSON SAYS MEXICO TO GIVE t& U ASTORIA Mothers Know Tiiat CASTORIA Genuine Castoria Always Bears the 1 cr Signature of mz fi M In i if nfjfU Use :'rt ?:? , For Over al -- -- Thirty. Years "SSr iifeissiSiSBB tt$HIM&im CASTORIA Is-i- LIVER DINT ACT ie ESTION Black-Draugh- WAS BAD ) '' Black-Draugh- Black-Draug- t: ' Black-Draug- , n Black-Draugh- ce t. ,4.i ' faS(W wiifeelootfewrlBf-r- ISeiB 4- &hmUa - THE NEW STATUE OF LIBERTY ; '.. -- l. ' 'iij V ferK con-cor- ns o X-2- 02 Oh.ilti.reii Ory , ty-L- : KamH. Si msktAm CASTOR 'A he As& for ak "HILL'S' W w K S Dol-oroyl- tz mm Tn ltKKI) FLAYED AS FOE got nway, presumably holding for OK DEMOCRATIC PARTY Brussels. FOURTH RED CROSS -- i llrltlsh police aro giving; chase In ipfcct Prison and Gretna Green Were Knnsns City. July 21 feclnrlng another nlrplnno from London, and Highly Desirable Places In ROLL CALL ANNOUNCED Iip stands "sfiunrn'j on the ifapiocrnt-(- c other "pursuit tnnchlnoa" are to Join the Olden Time. J" platform. thvrkenrldg? ong. for- tho hunt from French nml Helglan ' mer Assistant Sccrotary of Siato nnd points). Gretna Green, whose clilcf Industry Announcing tho Fourth Ued Cross for United candidate The "flying crook's tsr.apo has been once matrimony, Is n village In Itoll Call, to be held between Novem- Democratic Tho 'most powerful nnd beneficial in Nature ifielf, combined with other fecotUro. ess than n mllo from tho ber 11 n'nd November 25, 1920, Dr. Liv- States Senator, In an address tonight telegrnrihed nnd cabled nil over Eutonic m nil mcilicino for the blood IIICIIIV nciielicinl rnrnrdnl nrni. nnd ncnos is iron. High medical Tlie story of tho discovery of Uii3 j3Uw Snrk, which mnrks tho English-jSaaaK- . ingston Fnrrnnd, chairman of tho attacked Senator James A. Reed and rope, but it (s realized that thera nio authorities ngrco on this. Hut it it new form of iron read nlmoit like n boundary lino In thnt vlclir-ttty- Central Commltteo, made known tho others opposing the Lmgao of Na- hundred's of possibilities that ho may a mistake to take nny onlinury form, fairy tale nnd medical tscionco has Tionr the Solwny firth. Tlio fact that ns n result of last year's tions. land nnywhero In tho open country of iron md expect to iret satufactorv? proved beyond question or doubt its mnrrluge laws sent eloplns; Roll Cnll, the American Ilcd Cross has "A cnmpalcn" he declared, result. Most of the common forms rcmarkablo g ' and again get nway. powers oounlos to Scotland Just ns tlio divorce ten million members. . of Iron nio uliat is known in science I n&alr.si a polliy enunciated in As n result of this first internationsavrs ef 47 of our stntes mnkc Reno ns 'inert" Ucauso when taken Into The Red Cross has decided to make Acid Iron Mineral may bo procured by Stato and National al flight of nn alleged criminal tho divorcees, nnd each anniversary of tho ending of the tho party the human system they exert no in either liquid or tlio moro conJtlcsirahlo for would-b- e is a campaign directed French nnd llrltlsh police aro colIdiorelii lies Grotnn Green's first clnlni world war tlio occasion, for renewing action whatever. Perhaps this is why venient tablet form at nny drug store. ou Imvo bueu disappointed when It contains no alcohol or injurious Yto fame. allegiance to the "Greatest Mother" against the Democratic party. Such a laborating, with a view to establish you imvo taken certain pills or toblcla dnigs nnd will not blnckcn the teeth. licet prison wns tho figurative by means of tho dollar membership. campaign. is in progress In Mhiirufl. ing a channel air police patrolling or tonic.1 Mid 16 contain iron. It has been especially noted that "Gretna Jrcen" of Englnffd until the Thus tho Fourth Roll Call will have sppiMiircc. by Senator Reed In th iu the air rqutcs between England and Tto now nay to restore iron to tlio pale, puny children, weak. mnSlntvn (passage of tlie famous Hnrdwlckc net for its purpose the maintenance of as j ttfre.U cf Judge .TIenry &. Priest Ta-l- r along lines similar to those Franco ijiood Uio Mircn and most depend finrin fin.1 tL.n M.rAAl.l...l I... . oC 1754. whlcli made unauthorized nearly universal membership ns pos-- 1 joint efforts n.nount to a camp.i'tn of followed by the Now York nlr police. nbll) of nit tllrtlicwl .'I llimnnli tlm iLw n,,.rn..n.nnr., -- .l l.M.r. : ana uio support oi peace umo nuimPatlon ot the partv platform nn.l Green marriages Bine Gretna voidable. U40 or Acid Iron Mineral. This w creased strength nlmost immediately Col. Domotte Thompson, who now is a natural form of solublo iron, found after starting treatment. thereupon becoming the romance spot actlvltles. a repudiation of party leadership It In Paris, 'has been asked to give his These activities are continuation of For Sale by OHIO COUNTY IHlUfl CO, Incorporated, Hnrlford, Ky. rtthe BrlCMh Isles. All tlio Scottish law and ndvico ns to how best to proceed In constitutes a party menace, "jravilred wns thnt two persons should measures In behalf of America's vet- should La tolerated nor coiH establishing such servlco neither Ucchirc their Intention to be mnrrled erans of the World War, particularly L- HARTFORD LOSES OVERTIME hn the presence of witnesses, nnd the the disabled; service to the peace 'doned." would bo lilts and snkpplng thorn CONTEST AT IIEAVEU DA.M over to first getting his man by a jlJrtllsli law tlien, ns now. recognizes time Army- and Navy, development of j JiH'go I'rles t'& a Democratic can- - TUItTLK HAS liATK I IB YKAItS to disease rildntc for Senator. s as legnl so long ns they con- - a stouter reslstenco "AGO CARVED ON HIS SHELL paco.-- ' finniiefl to llie Inws In the places where through health centers, increasing of By W. 0. Her Owens pitched n good gamo for tho country's nursing resources, con- FLIERS, ALASKA-HOUN(they were vorformod. Thompsonville, Conn. "Nnto" the tho locals but after-thfifth any Beaver Dam, July 17. tinued preparedness for disaster reIlKACII GRAND RAPIDS ancient box During tlio three decades wlien turtle, upon which, NaBoavcr Dam defeated Hartford to man In these parts could havo won JGrctiu Sneen flourished, there were lief, Homo Servlco and community than C. Wardwcll carved his Initial? day in tho hardest fought contest tho 'game, for tho Calhoun crowd work than 7,000 marriages recorded work nnd completion of relief Grand Rapids, Mich., July 21 among the and dlseaso-ridde- n 115 years ngo, hns reappeared on the nnd probably the best gamo on tho were disheartened nnd down and fiwro nearly S00 of which were Capt. St. Clair Street, commanding peoples overseas. In tho William McCracken" fnrln In 1&T, the year before Scothe! four airplanes In the New York Ilraincrd road. McCracken first found home lot this seas6n by tho score of out. .In the fhvolfth inning after two which made n three Calhoun will bo here August 1st tland enacted a law to Alaska flight, was tho last of. the c iho turtle halfn century ago and re wore out, Williams, who had saved to play the return gaml wesfcs' residence n requisite to BRINGS QUESTIONNAIRE aerial fleet to reach here from Erlo cognized his old friend yesterday ns Marriage by 'declaration Is still BOX SCORE. the gamo two or three times by seem- MONEY FOR VACATION Pa., in a daring dash ngalnst strong ho was working In his truck garden flngly impossiblo stops, lillowed thft Calhoun In Scotlund. Icsal All K II POA H head winds. Ho landed at 2:10 p. Wnrdwcll owned tne farm In 1800. winning run to como in, after Mnr-sha- ll Howley, ss. . . i .1,0 3 2 0 m., today after a stop at Seifridge Tho initials ho carved many genera BE THANKFUL YOU CAN SltfF-L- L 3' 0 0 7 1.2 Barnes had doubled with two Cobb, c In a certain Lake Division town ,Clemens, tions ngo on "Nato's" shell show out, when ho mussed up Morris' hard Johnson, 1st . . 4 ' 0 ' i 11 1 1 Airplanes numbers 2 and 4 reachEnglish Woran Writer Went Through who has nearly $100 extra to spend plainly,- Indicating that the turtle wai hit groundor. 4 0 0 0 0 0 Hoover nnd Rlckard Prysnr, cf ed hero at 11; 15 a. m., having made full grown when ho cut for herself this summer. XJfe Keenly Regretting Her Lack the "N. C. W. both showed that they wero twlrlers Atherton, 2nd the 300 miles from Erie in one jump 1805" in the shell. Experts figure ot The Red Cross Home Service secof Thai Sense. 4 1 3 0 0 the highest quality nnd wero stingy Sitter 3,rd 0 tion In that community sent question- in exactly three hours and thirty min "Nate" Is at least' 150 years old. The 1 1 with lilts when a hit moa'nt a run. Welsh, If 4 0 0 0 men, asking utes, the time made by Lieutenant naires to nil you to be grateDid It ever "occur to last timo McCijncken had seen the old Shorty seemed to havo n llt.tle tho Mastor, rf 1 0 0 0 4( 1 affairs had Crumrlne, who landed last night. ful fir the sense of smell? Probably them if nil fqjlow was eight yea'rs ago. 4 best of tho argument nltho Rick had Mlza, p. 3 . .. 0 0 2 satisfactorily settled. 1 been Ftnt, awifl yet tliose who have been ' Kansas pity Journal. tho best support until Williams The particular soldier In question LAHOHEKS PAID $3.(i0 It Juve felt their loss keenly. was discharged soon after the ArmisIt was time to go homo nnd 30 3 727 8 4 Total Harriet Slurtineau,, the famous STRIKE FOR S2 INCREASE PHARMACIST LICENSE handed the game over to Reaver Dam Hartford .writer, Jacked the sense of smell tice and had never' loarned that some AB R II PO A E HellovIIle, J1I July 21 Several TEST IS MADE STRICTITU Jin5 consequently this sense of taste, travel pay was due him. After he had Tho locals got to Rick for threo Keown, cf 5 0 2 2 0 0 In Southern riilners were-IdljtvhWi 'depends on smell. Once nnd read over the questionnaire he runs In tho first two innings but ho Duko, 1st 1 1 5 8 . 00 up the Home Service elded to Lexington, Ky., July 15. Appli- tightened up and only allowed ono fiatr ones she tasted Jn nil the Infen-jsit- y secretary look find out about some of Illinois tqday as a result of the strike 2 30 Williams, 3rd.. 4 of day laborers, according to reports cants for registered pharmacist cer- moro until the fatal cf flavor a slice of n leg of mut-Oo- t. the things an twelfth. Hoover Richard, 2nd . . 5 0 3 2 2 0 noted among the queries., TTlie sense .came to her suddenly The laborers average $5.50 a day, it tificates in Kentucky until July 1, rofused to allow nny scoring 310000 until Taylor, If As a result he Just received a check Quid iot thought and hoped it had fni. 0 . AQ ttint "in .Itrln'tl Vnnw nrna was said, and are demanding an in- - 1924, must present ns a prerequisite tho fourth when an error by Apey on TInsloy, rf u 4 u.uu n.iun ..no 00 "" taooo t stny. two years' high school education nnd Williams, Hoaor's sncrltlco hit and Loach, ss. question- - crease of ?2 a day. due the Red 1 1 4 . 2 20 T xas solng out to a great dinner nalrohim until He gave Crossmoney to ' two years' work in a retail drug store Murphree's single produced one run Glenn, the fame. tiSxLt eight,' she said when telling of c . . . .. 3 2 1 1 1 0 his mother for a vacation. This is a WANDERER, SLAYER OF 2, , a pharmacist, br four years' Rickard scored Hartford's last run under tmc Ke taste, "and I looked forward tvnleal examnle of the service civen 4 1 2 2 2 Owens, p 0 WILb PLEAD NOT CJUILTY practical experience, It was decided unaided by his teammates, after singwfd great eagerness to tho dainties by the Red Cross. Chicago, July 21 Carl O. Wander- today by the State Hoard of Pharmacy ling to. left, ho stole second and plx&t 5 knew would bo set before me. third 37 10 13 27 10 0 Total er, who confessed to slaying his tflfe which made educational qualifica- and came homo when Hoover d "Krw 7 should enjoy practicing my 's let Summary: Two baso bits, Wiland an unidentified stranger with tions stricter. sense of taste 1" RED CROSS NURSES high throw get away. The . Bat, alas, the sqnse of taste whom ho arrangeu a fake holdup,; After that date, two years' high homo boys started early. A baso on liams, Keown, Owens. Bases on balls, off Owens 4, oft Mlza 5 Struck WIN SCHOLARSHIPS "will enter a plea of not guilty when I school, two years pharmacy college balls for Barnes followed by as suddenly ns it lind come-- , hits by out by Owens 11, by Mlza 8. Hit by never returned, nnd she went arraigned tomorrow In the Criminal work, and two years' practical ex- - Harrol, Morris and Crawford was md pitcher, Williams, Tlnsley and Glenn Viirtxisk life remembering thnt taste Nlne Red Cross chapters In the Court, ono of his attorneys said perience must bo presented. good for two runs in the first. They by Mlza, Stolen bases Rlckard 2, lit rcart .mutton as one of her keesight. A month's continuance to pre- Division have given scholarships For pharmacist assistant, two got nnothcr In tho second on a hit by Loach 1, Taylor 2. Double plays nest Joys. post graduate pare a defense will be asked, the at- years'' practical experience must bo N. Taylor, for a Hoover's sacrifice and M. Williams to Duko to Glenn. Urapiro course In Public Health Nursing at torney said. offered, and after July 1, 1924, two Barnes' single to center. In tho Western Reserve University, CleveCould See Resemblance. mm ' years' high school wtirk in addition. twolfth Hoover filed out to Keown, Ilerndon.by Innings: R. H. E. Scoro In a flowntown store the other day a land, to nurses in their communities. WOMAN KILLS SNAKE M. Barnes doubled to center, ' was On completion of their study Sept. towoian stood near the cash desk very Hartford. 2 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 01013.0 AND THEN IIEK FHIEND held there while Keown took Harrel's Calhoun. 3IOKKOW IS SELECTED parviahably and proudly showing off a 1, they will return to their homes and 74 .10101000 TO NOTIFY COOLIDGE short fly but camo homo when WilUt&t baby girl, of whom tlie exhibitor carry on the Public Health Nursing Hickman, Ky., July 21 After kiltliams failed' on Morris' grounder. Tho 2T5l4e obviously was an aunt Tlie program of the Red Cross, which InNOTICE. JjIid,s effectiveness consisted mainly cludes visiting "nursing, school nurs- ing a snake in tho yard of her neighHartford, Conn., July 19 Gov, fielding features wore furnished by ptS: Ss and a cluster of rich ing. Instruction work, and general bor, Mrs. Lottie Vick, at Bondurant Edwin P. Morrow, of Kentucky, will Keown, Duke, Williams and Loach, fjg&dcn curls. An admiring group soon community service In caring for Station, ten miles south of Hickman, deliver the address notifying Gov. of the visitors and JL Barnes, Craw- Of Letting Ditch Contract, 11. A. Ash- health. by District. with a double-barrele- d shotgun, Mrs, Calvin Coolldge, of Massachusetts, ot ford, Espey, Mullinlf, and Hoover for WiTkercd around, while the woman Chapters puiaiud out the baby's finer points of scholarships which have awarded these Jennie Jones accidentally shot and in- his nomination as Republican candi- tho locals. are Rlchwood, Union , concluding with the rather The undersigned Board of Drain-ag- o County, Ohio; Lagrange, Ind.; Fort stantly killed Mrs.' Vick with 'the date for Vice President at tho cereThe box score: statement thnt "Everybody Wayne, Commissioners ot Ohio county, Mrs. mony in Northampton, Mass., on Ju- - Beaver Dam Ind.; Montpellor, Williams other barrel, this afr.nunou AB R PO SV?s felw looks Just like mel" The County, Ohio; Zanesvllle, Ohio; Bra- Vick, a yqun.'' matron of 28, frund Kentucky, will on Monday, the 2nd M. Barnes, If . . 5 3 3 ly 27, according to an announcement wjflman, busy talking, did not notice zil) Ind-.- ; South Bend, Ind.; West Alex- the reptile in Jiei ynrd and, terrified, made tonight by J. Henri- - Roraback, Han-ellday of August, 1920, at 1 o'clock p. rf . . . . 6 1 0 tliat Uvc child had become restive nnd andria, Ohio, and Bluffton, Ind. m., at the court house door In Hartcalled for Mrs Jones to cu:ne and Republican national committeeman Morris, 2nd 5 0 5 txns tngglng with both hands at the help her kill It. Mrs Jonea respond- from Connecticut and chairman of Crawford, cf . . 4 0 ford, Ohio county, Kentucky, lot to 3 "ribbons xvUich fastened tho dainty ed, bringing the gun. She fired the the lowest and best bidder, at public o cap on lwr bend, and suddenly) the TRAINING COURSES Espey, 3rd . . . G 0 tho committee arranging tho Coolldge outcry, the construction ot a public first barrel v. Ih precision qt tho notification iitsttt as untied, and off came the cal. G Mulhall, c . . . . 5 0 OPEN FOR TRAINING nake. It was in an attempt to throw ditch In said county, knoWn as tho And off came the curls, too, which N. Taylor, 1st . 5 1 14 William Allen White, of Kansas, "WiTRos fastened to tho cap, leaving the H. A. Ashby ditch, beginning at a 4 0 2 RED CROSS WORKERS the empty shell from tho gun that chairman of tho committee on notifi- Cisell ss Swby as bald as tho floorwalker who she accidentally discharged the oth- cation; was to have made tho address Hoover, p . . . . 5 0 small bridge on tho Hartford and KtMMhd grinning nearby. There was a er barrel, tearing a gieat hole in Mrs. He sent word Jhat ho would be unJtoss' Ripple road, and tho corner xnoment ot charltnlile silence, and In the summer session at Ohio Vick's body. between Sallle B. Ashby and H. A. Total able to come Eeast because of poor 445 10 36 12 abicu someone in the crowd turned Stato University, Columbus, the Red i Ashby In line of R. & I. Ashby, and ' health, Mr. Roraback said. Hartford AB R H PO A KLoriy with theiremnrk: "Well, she Cross, In with tho uniuos? i axeo According to s;ze. terminating at a point on Walton's m ofc a good deal like the old lady, versity, Is offering a six weeks' course irttKic Keown, cf . . . . G 0 1 5 0 In some of the cities of Europe n Creek, on the land ot Alva Calloway, of training for persons who wish to dog Is taxed according to its size n CLEAK HUN. . ait that." Kansas City Star. Duke, 1st 6 1 0 17 0 about 1,662 feet, with Its meanders, -- , become Red Cross executive secre- little tax for n little dog and a big tax C 1 Wllllams,.3rd.. 1 0 -- 4 from the mouth of said creek, foltaries or chapter managers. for a big dog. Master William Dudley Hoagland, C. Taylor, If... 5 1 1 2 0 'Canals. This Is designed to meet tho delowing the directions Bet out In tho made,' by a Londoner &. suggestion of Fordsvillo, is visiting hore, this Sodor, c 4 0 0 9 for trained executives to proJudgment of tho Ohio County Court, week.' that the bed of tho Forth nnd Clyde mand tho Red Cross peaco time proMurphreo, 2nd 5 0 0 2 mote The "Game" of Life. in tho action of H, A. Ashby, ot at., utnat 3iouId be converted Into a high- gram. Instructors Include prominent Mr." Bud Hoagland, of Fordsvllle, Tlnsley, rf 4 0 2 1 game Life Is I way of traillc hns not been received men on the' university faculty, Na- enjoy the like a iuueh, of whist. to dortH was here Sunday. Petition for Ditch or Drain, now game 5 Loach, ss 0 1. 0 play but I like ponding In Bald court, a distance ot nncrtli t the Tweed with the, Indlgnn-tSMrs. Anna M. Hoover, who stuck Rlckard, p, . . 5 tional and Divisional .Red Cross lead- my cards well nnd see what will be 2 1 that might have been expected. ers and others of national repute.' 6,673 feet. It Is. estimated that a nail In her foot ono day last week, the end of It. George Eliot. 3Iasgow Herald says the notion 'tUtt thero will be 14,007.06 cubic yards bo taken to Hartford Sunday, had to 46 4 11 35 16 3 Total . Ss oat s) extrnvngnnt ns It might of earth, etc., to be excavated and to havo tho wound lanced. Hartford R.H.E. tho Tlie swift progress of motor COMMUNITY INSPIRED No Danger,. total thero Hardin Leo Hoover and family, of transport thieuteiis the railways, nnd 000110011000 4 11 3 $4,202.12. estimated cost to bo ot Is "Work never killed no one yet. No, comSaid work TO INCORPORATE TOWN nnd It ain't going to kill mel" Drow- Westi Hartford, visited relatives here Beaver Dam can scarcely fnll to affect the posSt , pleted on or before Jan. 1, 1921. Saturday and Sunday, and attended ition of the cnnnls In Industrial nnd sy Dan. h. 21000001000 It 5 8 6 Bond with approved security will cimnwrchil economy. The canal bechurch. Summary: ' Two baso hits M. Coko Otto, a small mining comlongs to thoe leisurely periods of the munity near Hamilton, Ohio, isn't conMiss Lula Hoover, who has been Barnes, Keown, Rlckard. Three baso bo required" as soon as 'bid is accepted. The board resorves Dogs' Feet a Delicacy. tho world's history whirl) saw Egypt nnd tent to be Just a group of people any ill for some time, Is bettor now. hits N. Taylor. Sacriflcp hits In tliO'Island of Formosa dogs' feet tight to reject any and all bids and 3ih at their apogee. It was, It Is longer Skaggs, of Hockport, Ind., Slorrls, Crawford, Mr. Curt Cisell, Hoovor, are considered u grent delicacy. ImtsxMtlng to luiiieiiiber, In tho Coko Otto wants to be nn Incorwill arrive Thursday, to bo the week- Soder. Stolen Bases M, Barnes, to let the contract for said work lu century, n time of dovolopmerft porated town. j end guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crawford, 2; Espey, Mulhall, C. Tay- sections or as a whole, as they may S ecr there was, that canal engineer- 'Merchants. In the Philippines. And it's all tho result ot community seo fit. Trogdon. lor, Rlckard, plays Tu 2. Double f This July 23, 1920. received Its great impetus In the meetings and activities inaugurated That a merchant does not need to .' Hoovor to Morris to N. Taylor. Bases BOARD OF 'DRAINAGE "YeRtim world owing to the discovery by tho Rural Extension Secretary of have or retain n capital Investment In COMMIS"LIVIA, ROUTE 2. C Oie "lock" system. England applied Hamilton Chapter of the Red Cross. on balls By Rickard 1, by Hoover, ini established business before he can SIONERS OP OHIO COUNTY. tJi new Idea with such thoroughness When Hamilton engaged its rural ho ndujlttcd to the Philippine Islands By RJckard 8, by 1. Struck out By S. T. BARNETT, President. ifiv.it ciuial system heroine second, worker, sh went among othor places Is the gist of n decision bnnded down Rov. J. C. Craig preached two Hoover 6. Wild Pitch nickard 1. Attest: 4t3 to Coko Otto, where perhaps 700 peo- In the ense of n Japanese merchant splendid sermons at Mt. Cnrmol Sat- Umpire Rogers. jirobably, only to tlwt of Holland. ple live. Sanitary conditions were who sold his business lyid cume to in day ind Sunday.' Mcdowell a. fogle, secy. : very lax thero, so one of the first Manila for the purpose of engaging In 4 Accident Policy's Limit. Mr Henry French spent Sunday HARTFORD WINS SLOW TP a mail die of blood poisoning ns movements was the organization ot a business In the Islands; lie was deGAME witb Messrs. H. J..anl L. I). French, CALHOUN VILLA LOCATED; MOVE TO "tin can brigade." This was divided nied admission by the customs authorIV twsalt of giving lilnihulf a SURROUND HIM STARTED Into eight and prize: ities on the ground that ho did not be- of Kiit View. Miction, his family can M!s Ethel RIcho:on and Mr WilHartford defeated Calhoun Sunwere offered tho group that kept the long to the class of merchants exemptrw&luia:; on his accident Insurance El Pasco, July 21. Francisco Villi) llioniasson, of Ibifllu attended day at tho park ot the latter in one most rubbish out of the community ed In tho Immigration Inws. c pulley. Vu-- tho possession of n for a specified length of time. churrh at Mt. Carinol Sunday, and of the slowest gamos of the season. la, with 250 men, was roported twon-ty-flneedle Is n violation of the Subsequent community meetings PLANUS IN PURSUIT miles east of Conchos station dined with Mr. and Mrs. A, M: Kirk. The locals banged the offerings of Hun York public health law. Article havo M shown the people of Coke Otto Mr. and Mrs. T.' B. Boll, Mr. and tho Calhoun twjrlor all over tho lot on tho Moxlcan National line TuesOF "AERIAL CROOK" therefore the man commits u tho need Ml, clean-upflood "Mrs. Walter Bell and little son, W. aifd gavo faultless support to the day, according to advices roachlng triws and dies ns the result. Tills protection' for street and sanitation. Aftor tho Juarez today. In an effort to sur& (raided by the appellate division Paris, Juno 20 John Do Lyslo, a 'C. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bell and daugli- - pitching ot Owens. third meeting the community decided te a.rco'jnt case. I tor, Edna Reed, motored to OwensMlza tho twlrler for Calhoun had round him, movements of troops havo that better and quicker results could 'promotor" whom Scotland Yard and more stuff on'thtf ball ,than nny begun from Jlmlnoz, Parral and stoo-qu- l. bo obtained through united efforts. the Paris police doscrlbo as "history's boro Sunday afternoon. 'Next Antarctic Expedition. Hence tho plan to become an Incor- fir3t aerial fugitive crook," arrived in Mr. T. B. Bell fell from the porch pltchor Hartford has facod this year Greut IJrittiln's riuxt expedition to porated town. yesterday, six, hours beforo the at F. SI. Hoover's store Saturday af- but' he had trouble in handling his Paris tCh antnrctlc regions will cmlwivnr uiid when he did got then) over and dislocate;! had been ta Iftaro m;thlng additional iilnuit Armistice Day, November 11, to police hero escapo fromnotified ot his ternoon Alberta Murray his arm.a few stuffwas knocked for a faro you well. spent ho London In an ( Stlss xfti habits mva migrations' of whale Thanksgiving Day, November 25 ht Bonsatlonal FOR FLETCHER'S Williams contl,nued his airplane. On his arrival ho quickly days last week with her brother, Mr. die mineral uud other Fourth Red Cross Roll Call. .nnd to cutting down many fielding, i private machine and Rhea Slurray, ot Red Hill. procured another Uv'ifwkUs cf cumutulC'Valuti, Refuge spots for elopers . 1 , Get Well! Your Blood and' Nerves Need Iron blood-makin- kv-u- s li nng-JBljt- "ttl-rcct- ed Con-vcntlo- ns , . - .- jmai-rlnge- r D 5-- 4. mar-ttlas- I , ... ..100210 their-war-tim- do-cld- Eng-LI&- .... al ... 12 . ... 110 ncw-ijxTm- Mul-hall- dlsap-EVXLre- ri to-La- four-month- s' 03 btt.-iuly- far-tVta- , ... -- ... ... -- i A N " t.r W1 hypo-i.Itfruo- ir col-U-r- hypo-ultrail- vo Oh.ild.ren Ory iiK-ortn- CASTO R A"