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NUMBER 5 avoiding now squabbles over the reparations; If tho revolution now Imminent In Italy and other European countries is avoided or staved off; If tho trouble brewing between Austria and Hungary, between Holland and Belgium, between Sweden and FinlandBulgaria and Greece, Serbia and Italy, and between Greece and Italy, Is smoothed over, and If tho Greeks succeed In beating tho combined Communist and Nationalist forces In Turkey If all those things happen, why, then, thero will bo hope of peaco In Europo; otherwise most certainly not; unless, of course, America takes a hand by releasing Europe from all Indebtedness to her and by pouring a fresh torrent of bil lions upon tho troubled wators of the Old World. But that Is hardly probable." Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, pouring Into the city for twer. - .HARDING TOLD WEST hours had begun a celobra- IS HIS BY ADAMS tlon,ot tholr own. Tho streets, hotels and clubs, which kept open Marlon, O., July 27. Various subhouse, were Jammed with porsins wearing badges and carrying fliga, jects relating to manngoment of tho while n drum corps whizzed about cuo Kopubllcan campaign were discussed city In n truck and pounded out! today by Senator Harding In a series marching songs. In addition three of conferences with party leaders bands vied with each other in nn ef- from several sections of the country. One of tho callers was John T. fort to produco the most nolso, and hnwkers sold tholr toy balloons and Adams, of Iowa, vice chairman of tho national committee, who reported on rattlers to n crowd eagor to do Tho city conditions In tho West and told tho shnro In the celebration. was elaborately decorated with flags jnomlneo his acceptance ipeech has. r a great lilt thero. ,I(, and bunting surrounding pictures of i would Coolldgo and tUo slogaDs cd that tho Hopubllca: t "Law and Order" and "ttftvu Faith "sv"n tlu country During the day thd vomlncc had In .Massachusetts." hoped to begin preparations of tho speech he will make hero Saturday EXI'ERIMEXT STATION th-M- r tl.-ke- FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920. RECOGNITION, DEMAND OF RUSSIAN SOVIETS FLOWERS OF CZAR LEAD ARMY OF REDS' Awnlt Chance To Otcrthrow Itolshc IUs ami Restore Empire It Is Snlil. Vienna, July 24. Tho Nouo WIo- ner Journal publishes today from a special correspondent In Russia an account of tho difficulties SAYS GOV. COOLIDGE Address Of Acceptance voted To Domestic Questions. De- Alternative Of Open War fare To Be Lenine's Program. " 4 Warsaw, July 25. Tho Lithuanian Northampton, Mass., July 27. government has delivered nn ultima Governor Coolldgo, In an address tum to tho Soviet government do- predict-Governoformally accepting tho Itopubllcan "When Trotzky and Lenlno wero mandlng tho Immediate evacuation of nomination for Vivo President at noattacked by tho nrmles of Koltchak, Lithuanian torrltorj by Red troops. Denikln and Yudcnltch tification ceremonies hero today, urgthoy apLondon, July 20. Premier Llojd proached the bid czarbt generals for ed the country to summon Its forces George told tho House of Commons , help. It la quite cortaln that to solvo tho problems of reconstruc Into today that Soviet Russia has noIlo dovoted tho greater part tion who, at present, aro fight Britain th3 O., tified ing In great numbers in tho "Red" ar of his address to a discussion of do-- 1 representatives herb to a delegation from Mansfield, yot agrees Great general peace Uolshevikl to a conference but he said tonight ho had not my, by no means favor Bolshovism. inestic issues, but called first for "a In London. Tho premier added tho 1IAUX WRECKED HORSE This is proved by the fnt that their return to a thoroly peaco basis, Messrs. M. L. Hall and C. A. Mos- - oven decided what subjects ho would KILLED BY LIGHTNING doing3 are carefully watched by spec that is the fundamental Alnorl- - grove, of tho Kentucky Experiment discuss. Ilo indicated ho might not British government was recommendially rellablo Bolshevist commissionan basis." And beforo domestic Station Staff were hero and In tho confino tt to one subject, and was ing acceptance of the proposal to tho A barn belonging to Mrs. Magnolia ers. Nevertheless, Bruslloff, probloms can be solved, ho added, County a few days this week, doing considering dlTttssIu i of several Is- various allied governments. Ivan-ho- ff, Paris, July 26. A high official re- Smith, of tho Clear Run country was Ever and Kuropatkin again aro thero must bo a return from "the spoclal work In ,the Boj-- and aids' sues that only vero toucliPri on In his vealed tonight that France, convinc struck by a lightning, bolt in the helping Lenlno and Trotzky. speech of acceptance. voluntary nutocracy" established In Club Department. Support from tho Xn'lonal Roose- ed of America's backing against Sov- storm of last Saturday afternoon, Alio omcrgoncy o(, a war to a governand "Bruslloff and Ivanhoff, who might They had a lantern and slides ment as cxorolscd under tho doctrine gave Illustrated lectures at different velt League was promised today In a iet Russia, will refuse to participate When tho building was badly wreck- bo described as 'national Bolshoviks,' In the 3itggeiled peace conference at ed and one horse killed. By chance aro not fighting for points In tho County. Their displays letter "from its president, Bola Tokaji of tho separation of powers. tho same objects London unless tho United States also it seems, the barn did not catch on as tho 'orthodox Bolsheviks.' who wrote: In discussing the Lcaguo of Nations , and talks wore reported as very They is officially represented "Permld me on njhalf of tho of firo, or else tho damage would have Jolned Lenlrfe nnd Trotzky when tho govornor commended tho Ropub- - j tcrestlng and It Is believed that much Formal and completo recognition been considerably greater. llcau senators for their opposition to good will result from the campaign ficers and members uC tho National latter wero atacked by Koltchak and ou cf the Soviet government of Russia by Roosovelt L.eagiu to comp'inu-n- l Denikon because they classed tho covonant without reservations as 0f educntlon and organization, tha aad-oacall the allies will bo demanded by on your common-srij&- ft submitted by tho President, terming ( generals as GUARDSMEN LEAVE Lenlne at the peace conference In The salient cepting the nomination. "tho lcaguo In that form subversive yiLLA PREPARING "marionettes" of tho entente. Their FOR COAL COUNTRY worst enemies, tho Poles, have points In that spuioh thoroughly ap- London If It takes place. Informaof the traditions ana me inuepcnci-enc- o TO GIVE SELF UP peals to all 100 per cent Amirlcans. tion to this effect reaches mo from an Rut tho Republiof America." Frankrort, Ky., July 27 Captain brought about tho reunion. Those citizens who do not measure unimpeachable source. can party, he added, "approves tho "Both parties distrust each other-Bot- h, Kennedy, of Louisville, commanding The sole alternative to tho allies Moxlcjo City, July 27. Francisco up to the Americanism jgu rro advoprinciples of agreement among na however, are hiRhlv Interested twenty-fiv- e men of tho Kentucky open warfare with Russia, tho In tho army's fighting trim. It was tions to preservo poace, and pledges Villa Is obeying all orders given him cating, count very llttlfl en election will bo State Guard, left here tonight for Itself to tho making of such art agree by tho government. Ctn. Edurado C. day. We pledge you c ur W arty sup first result of which would be the ex- Pike County to guard the coal mines only duo to the of Lenlno You have our bust wishes fo. tinction of Poland as a political entiIndepond- - Garcia, chief of staff of tho War De- - port. ment presorvlng American and Bruslloff that the "Red" array-gainety, followed by the carrying of tho in the Tug River district .The troops bnco and rights as well ns will meet partmont, told the Associated Press success enough Btrength to advance Sovle tbanners to the very borders of comprise machine gun operators from into the Caucasus and Bessarbla. ovory duty America owes to humanl- - today. Louisville and Leltchfleld, infantrythe Entent countries. ENTERTAINED BLACK CATS "Villa has bioa instructed to "This mixture of tho army gives Lenine's delegates to the- - proposed men from Morehead and members of the reason why tho Soviet commistrfcopa at Rfibnas, in hh Thousands Unmindful of licit. Troop B. of London. The Manchesthe stato of Couhulla, and he has Miss Cllffle Felix entertained the London conference will be armed sioners are desirous of making peaco The exercises were hold on Allen argument, ter troops will como in tomorrow and with Poland and other countries. Tho dono so," said General Oaicla. "Tho Black Cat Amusement Club Thurs- with a most powerful ll Yl..1.1 ,l.n ntklnlln .rnlltiflu nf G bo under command of Capt. L. V. ' that their demand Is will only gunranteo the government has day afternoon July 22. A number namely, 'Red' army is no longer an army of College, at 3 o'clock this afternoon! fighting Crockett, of Covington, who com- "one class," and is liable to become h. vma a a gulpnnteo of Ife but of Interesting games or "500" were backed by a thousand, ' state troops at Lexingmanded the beforo a crowd of several tho other details of surrender aro be- played. Mrs. Louis Riley and Miss force of 3,000,000 bayonets, an army ton during the riot there. Captain danger to Bolshevist principles." which stood thruout tho program, ap- ing handled by Con. Eugenio Martinez Lelia Glenn tied for high score, Mrs. whose morale has been immeasurably Crockett brought in The artlclo concludes with a prophscorching parently unmindful of tho fourteen men commander of the Northern opera- Riley making the lucky draw, was strengthened by tho sweeping succesWar-armrays of tho sun, which had turned the with him from Covington, and these ecy that should the Russo-Polis- h toilet ses against Poland and tho Southern tions. presented a lovely week-en- d would refuse to obey orders-enmen will complete the quota of fifty summer day of the morning Into Ideal He case. After the conclusion of the "white army" leaders. "Villa has six hundred ncn with a successful counter attack who will go to the coal fields to preaha " " uuo nf tiNMniMftptrtKIn on il tt aaa Ttin " games a delicious ice was served. Timay como to Mexico City with Discount Threat. spoke from a mound serve order. A like number of West on Poland, the soldiers of the "Red" Affecting amusement at the threat tlnez to receive the full terms of sur The guests of the afternoon were Virginia troops will act with the Ken- army would refuse to obey orders-giveformed a natural platform and stood render, which probably will be retire- Mr3. Darrcl Sullenger, Misses Daisy of Premiers Lloyd George and Mlller-an- d tucky troops. The men received by the local Bolsheviks, and. a canopy flanked at either side their under Moore. The ment to private life with possblo aid Wedding Beulah that they would succor Poland equipment at the arsenal. that the officers would recreate tho ,by tho Stnrs and Stripes and the stato to get started in civil life, Just as the members and present were Mesdames "with all our forces and resources," Russian empire, after which they flag of Massachusetts. With him on United States handled the Apaches Louis Riley, Henderson Murphree, the Soviet chieftains assert that the RUSSIANS AND POLES would deal with the Soviet commis tho platform wero Senator Lodge, after their surrender." Misses Leila Glenn, Mattyo Duke, Ma- allies are unable to assemble suffiIN FIERCE FIGHTING sioners. John W. Weeks, of former Senator ry Laura Pendleton, Norlno Barnett. cient forces to fight the Bolshevist Massachusetts, and other party lead-cr- s. JOHX H. MILLER, m army before spring and by spring, LOUISVILLE MARKETS A touch of tho picturesque was Paris, July 27. With the excepDEATH OF BROTHERS they add, the "Red" army will be the tion of a brief truce that followed added when an airplane flew low and died Saturday Mr. John H. Miller CAUSED IN GREETING master of Europe. Cattle Best fat butcher cattlo-of the dropped flowers upon the field. Soviet Russia's acceptance afternoon, at his home noar Beech Furthermore, the Soviet diplomats Polish plea for permission to send an Jound a ready outlet at fnll Bteady Oovornor Coolidge's declaration in Valley, after an Hlnes3 of short duraCovington, Ky., July 27. Tho exbehalf of woman suffrago was tho sig- tion. After funeral services con- change of greetings during their first claim that should France, Britain or armistice commission, fighting ap- prices. A slow and uneven affair Italy attempt to raise an army, the pears to have been going on fiercely was tfbted on the medium and Inferior . nal for an enthusiastic demonstration. Chapel by Rev. W. meeting as members of the same labor and radical elements in those and continuously on the Russo-Po- ' lie said that ho had always voted for ducted at Marvin's 'wii-,kinds. i E. Burdette assisted by Revs. T. B. switching crow in the C. & 0. RailQuotations Priiae heavy steers it, but did not regard It as a party Bandr and Sanders the remains wero road yards in Covington proved fatal countries would revolt, making tho iisn ime. m..k,.i question. Tho Republican party, he burled at Sunnydaie( Sunday after-sai- d, Tuesday morning for two brothers, Soviets' task of subduing the "capital Latest communiques from Warsaw $12.S0314 heavy i shipping steers 12 12.50; modltinf steers "stands pledged to use its en- - L00Dt m tne presence of relatives and Bernard Rusche, 23 years old, and istic powers" only easier and surer. show the Polish armies are continu. Little or no effort is being exerted deavors to hasten ratification, which, f rlends estimated to be more than Joseph J. Rusche, 26. ing to retire under the steady pres- 012; light steers' $i),E0 10.C0; far by the Soviets to placate French feelI trust will bo at once accomplished." In number. Within half an hour of the time ing with regard to France's claim for sure of the red legions. Desporate heifers $8012.50; fat cdWs $710.-5-0 Spcuk Without Gesture. medium cows $507; cutters' $A fighting rages In many sectors. Mr. Miller was a member of the they were to 'have been relieved of repayment of the czar's debts. The The governor followed his manu M. E. Church, was 67 years and 4 duty 5; canners'$3.504; bulls $5. C0 In curious contrast with this news, the brothers chanced to meet on script closely and spoke in an even monthg 0jd and was widely known In tho top of a cut of box cars in the Moscow government obviously shares Is a statement attributed to General 7.25; feeders $7.50010; stockers $0 the belief that prevails in well-I- n tono which carried well. Only occa that section it the County, 9.25; choice milch cows f Henry, of the French general staff, Covington yards. formed quarters here 'and In London slonnlly did he employ marked inflecBesides hie widow, tho deceased is In the that when the hour of final decision after a visit to the front. He is quot- mcdiuii ?fb385; common $4C&6. They paused for Calyr j P.lces on a stead" basis. tion of gestures. His address was survived by two daughters and four midst of their duties to speak to as to allied policy comes, Premier ed as saying: punctuated with applause from an sons. medium to "The critical moment has passed. Best veab fU5 ; one another. Just then the engine Lloyd George Is the dictator, and that audience which from the first show- We need confidence. We can look in- good $9012; common $100. attached to the cars unexpectedly therefore France will bo bound to Hogs Prices held stead level ed eagerness to do him honor. When MORROW LANDS ON to the future without worry." started forward. The brothers, off whatever he decides. NEW YORK BURGLAR their guard, were thrown from tho lie concluded ho was accorded another The French general said tho Polish with a good active demand for the Reparation lianas Fire. The oviation led by Senator Lodge. troops are holding well and "will light supply cf hogs. More cholsa car by the lurch and fell under the Pending the London conference, continue to hold." hogs needed to meet the needs of latter refused to .respond to loudly-shoute- d New York, July 28 Aroused by moving wheels. not only tho fate of Poland, bur that demands of "speech" and the scuffling of tho guests with an Not quite in accord with this opti- the trade. Best hogs 250 pounds up Besides other Injuries the legs of of Europe, hangs in the balance. In- mistic statement is an official Polish $14.25; 165 to 250 pounds $15.75; then the crowd closed around Gover-no- r alleged burglar In tho Waldorf-Astor- ia each of the brothers were cut off. The Coolldgo to extend congratulaHotel here today, GoV. Edwin victims wore hurried to St Elizabeth's terallied conferences regarding the report stating that 'tho Russians In 120 to 1C5 pounds (15; pigs !H to German reparations questions are at the Grodno sector "continued to at- 120 pounds $11.50; 90 pounds dowa tions. P. Morrow, of Kentucky rushed from Hospital where they-dl- ed within a a standstill. Postponed from May to tack with tremendous onergy thru- $10; throwouts $11 down. Tho venerable President-emerithis room and helped ovorpowcr tho short time of one another. June, to July, and then to August, out tho day." It odds that "fightL. Clark Soolyo, of Smith College, Intruder, who fought desperatoly to Sheep and Lambs Quality of tho m that question now seems indefinitely ing heavily, our detachments who presided, called attontlon parti- oscape. fell offerings fair and lower bids were la W. T. TAYLOR DEAD adjourned. Six conferences have, back." cularly to Governor Coolidge's courso Androw Crawford, a lawyer, disovldonco at tho start on hulk of tho during the Boston, police strlko. Ilo covered tho intruder In his room, The market ruled slow and An official radio from the Bolshe lambs. Mr. W. T. TayloPot near Mt. Pleas been held on this subJecPnnd absoreforrod, to tho vice presidential can- crouching at tho toot of his bed eai-l- y ant, died Wednesday morning in a lutely no result has been reached. It vist army, headquartors reports that prices were steady to 50c lower. A, today. Ho grappled with tho man hospital of Louisville, where he had Is now believed that at least two In- the Russians captured a Polish caval- - few strictly choice lambs brought $15. didate as "tho man who at the risk formal conferences of the 'Big Three' ly regiment of 1,000 men, with eight The general market for tops was $14; of llfo and official position ga,vo an and called for holp, bringing a score gone for an operation but dlod " will bo necessary before the allies guns, ithreo tanks and 150 machine seconds $7.5008. Sheop steady, $7 object lesson sorely needed In these of guests to his aid. Mr. It could be performed. turbulent time's, to teach us that wo The alleged burglar, however, 07.50; bucks $4.50 down. Taylor had been in poor health for can meet tho Germans with a solid guns near Grodno. aro under a government whore tho and was about to run Into Gov- a number of years and had recently front on tho reparations program. GAMES WANTED SEIT. 13 TO IG. n It la not believed anything concrete rights of overy man aro to bo safe- ernor Morrow's room when the bocoriuTso much worse that an operBARN DESTROYED. guarded and maintained at all times appeared in his pajimas and ation was deemed tho last resort. will bo done nt tho coming Genova During tho electrical storm Satur We have a team representing "Tho it Is doubted day afternoon, lightning struck a grappled with tho man, whom ho Tho remains wero burled yesterday conference. Indeed, and at any cost. whether any solution will be renched barn of Mr, Petor Shown, of noar Pond Creek Coal Co." of Stone, Ky., Ijuudcd By Democratic Mayor. over to tho police." Bapturned afternoon at 2:30 at Mt.'Zlon Michael J. Fitzgerald,, the DemoThe intruder, later 'dentitled as tist Church, of which ho was a do- this year. town, from which fire resulted, com- made up mostly of Ohio county boys. Wo wish to bring this team to Ohio The allied statesmen have come to pletely destroying cratic mayor of Northampton, In an Potor Hormlda, a discharged hotol voted member. . tho building, games. addross of welcome said tho governor omployo, was held In $5,000 bail fo The deceased was near sixty years the realization that Gonnany docs not about 5,000 pounds of baled straw, a county for six (6) Our team will bo at an extra hoavjf was "a man who has proven life unlawful entry. splendid citizen. His Intend to pay a reparation total any lot of agricultural implements and of ago and a and wo have figured It as m 0 ,expenso for any office." The Invocation death is a distinct loss to his com- where near the figures set at Boulo other things, entailing a loss of TOTS ENTERTAINED was delivered by Rev. Kenneth B. Is gne and other allied confabs; as a re to $1,200, wit.li only a small cluso as we can and aro asking' munity. Besides his. widow ho $120.00 and hotel accommodations Mrs. M. L. McCracken, In honor of survived by one son, Mr, Courtlan M. sult a European economic and finan amount of Insurance carried Welles, pastor of tho Edwards Confor 15 men. cial crisis looms larger than ever. gregational Church, which tho gov- tho third anrlversary'of her daugh- Taylor. Wo have a piotty fabt aggregation Again the allies are looking to Mr. Raymond Phillips rotumed last ernor attends and the audience then ter's birthday, entertained twenty of OAR America to settle tho question for week-en- d the littlo lady's Final I friends lost to:n Dawson where hi had and would like to play Beavor Dam, sang "America.' sale. on tho playthorn. In tho words of a prominent bean spondlng a week. Ho was, ac- Hartford, Taylor Mines, Central City. Tho official program oponed with Saturday forenoon, 1919 Maxwell Touring Car, in diplomat, the general situation may companied homo by Mr. and Mrs. and Russellvllle. a mooting of the notification commlt-te- o grounds at the College, RefreshAny teams that want to tackle us It. L. Parrls, of Texas, who wero also at noon and a luncheon tendered ments, to tho heart's content, were splendid condition, good as now, rea- be summed up as follows: "It a working agreement is reach- sojourning at Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. on tho above dates write conunltteo by Governor and Mrs. uorvod to the. little ones, and a happy son .for selling, don't need It. the DR. M. R. TAYLOR, Mgr., ed between the allies and the Soviets Phillips nnd their visitors went to WM. LAKE, Coolldgo nt their home. But long bo- - morning was spent by tho wee hostess Stono, Ky. at London; it the allies succeed In Owonsboro Tuesday, to visit relatives. Route 5, Hartford, Ky. hour tho crowds which had and guests. lore that theso-generalsI so In-t- ho I ss counter-revolutionary ' 111 1 1 y d 1 I Mar-govern- or -- tho "Red" armies aro faced In their war with the Pales. The correspondent says: with which 8100: us bo-fo- re Ken-tuckia- v flt-no- ss $1,-00- for L V. S, MARINES EVER IN WAR'S TURMOIL nary examination to dotermlno wheth er or hot thoro Is a prima faclo case against hint. That he bo promptly released from arrest or confinement If chnrges have not bc$n preforred and the preliminary examination made within a specifi"IDevil Dogs" Busy In Re- ed, reasonable time. That tho accused shall havo tho asmote Corner Of sistance of counsel from tho time of The Earth his arrest until the final result of tho proceedings of his case. That tho proceedings of the court "Washington, July 24. For Undo martial bo regulated by law rathor TSam's marines the fighting Is never at than by tho ungulded Judgment of the .an end. While the great war and officers who compose the court, and their part In its history, they still that tho rules of ovldenco ordinarily nro busy in the far corners of tho appllcablo In criminal cases be nppll-cabworld settling small disturbances, to court martial proceedings. , .guarding government property and That thoro shall bo n review Indeawaiting any eventuality. pendent of military command to doIn Haiti and San Domingo nearly termlno the legal correctness of all 1,000 "Devil Dogs" as tho Germans general court martial proceedings. came to call them after Bcllcau Wood "It 13 obvious," says tho report, aro maintaining ojilcr and bringing "that tho existing system Is archaic recalcitrant bands to justice. It is and was designed for nn army not not a "play" Job by any means, and composed of citizen soldiers armed nt times lately it has assumed tho pro- In defense of tho State, and it Is portions of real war. Casualty lists equally obvious that the administra.aro not lacking and almost every tion of tho existing system has been week there como to headquarters without sympathy for the unprofes-sloncitizen soldier subject to its .horn the names of "leather-necks- " Tallied or wounded In clashes with discipline. The private when arrested was immediately burdened with bandits and revolutionaries. In China the legation guard of 275 the presumption that a I ilsoner was marines at I'ekln Is ever prepared for a skulker, and no sympathy was any emergency, and for a time re shown him and no adequate) oppor cently It appeared that they would hi tunity given that his side of the caso .forced into action against Chinese re- might receive the consideration the volutionists who wero threatening to ordinary dictates of Justica and humanity demand. attack the Chinese capital. another legation In Nicaragua "This lackj of sympathy Is reflected .guard is maintained, while tho ma- throughout tho army, for 'nstance In rines nrc nboard American warships the general order in the American Exin Mexican waters prepared on short peditionary Force.! that no private notice to protect American lives and should associate with an army or property should their services bo re- Red Cross nurse. A system of discipline that breaks the .spirit of the quired. , ct men, that destroy-- their .Stationed In Haiti. "In Haiti tho corps Is represented by and the respect they havo for tho or1,700 officers and men In two small ganization to which they belong, canregiments comprising the 1st Provi- not bo conducive to good morals or sional Brigade. The brigade is com- enhance the fighting qualities of the manded by Col. J. II. Russell and the unit, and any system of rules or ortwo regiments by Cols. L. M. Little ders promulgated to regulate the conami B. C. Berkeley. Of lato duct of private soldiers in any army in Haiti havo quieted down to such as the United States had in tho sumo extent, and altho skirmishes World War, which destroys tho of the soldier or constantly with bandits are still a common occurrence, it Is said at headquarters reminds him of his Inferiority or dethat the marines "have the situation prives him of privileges which he well in hand." clearly should enjoy, must necessarily In San Domingo an oven greater be conducive to tho destruction of "force of soldier-sailoare on duty. morale and must cause deep hatred Here 2,200 marines, organized into In the heart of the victim for the systhree regiments, form tho 2nd Pro- tem of militarism that alone can fosvisional Brigade, commanded by ter such unjust, unfair and inexcusaBrig. Gen. Logan Feland. In the ble regulations and methods. northern part of tho island tho 4th "The whole court martial power JReglmont, under Col. Dion Williams, being an incident of command, exerIs taking things easy but in the cisable or not, as the commanding of.south the 15th Regiment is in the ficer sees fit, tho result has been to : field In small detachments, chasing make it easy to court martial enlistVbandits anil outlaws and quite often ed men and very difficult to court getting n smell of gunpowder. The martial officers. Officers are loath regiment is commanded by Col. J. C. to stigmatlzo their fellow officers by ."Breeltlnridgo, General Feland and his court martial, but there is no suchj zealous regard for tho enlisted men. .staff have headquarters at San City and the 3rd Regiment is Under the code a man may languish indefinitely in prison without a hear-lu- g .stationed there in reserve. or trial. Tho accused enlisted .Since the killing of the bandit loaders, Charlemangne and a ntmbjr man is not given that assistance of of his followers, and. the surrender of ounscl which a fair trial requires and Denolst Bertraville, another bandit which can reasonably be provided in chicftaln, San Domingo, has a&umed tho army under all conditions." a quieter aspect, Headquarters declare, and It is blleved that Summer Complaint in Children there will be littlo more active fightThere Is not anything like so many ing on the Island. However, deaths from this disease now as bepart of tho brigade probably fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar'.vill he kept at San Domingo for tome rhoea Remedy came into such generillnio to guard aga'.rs' any outbreak. al use. When this remedy Is given Jlear Admiral Snowdsn is military with castor oil as directed and propgovernor of both Haiti and San er care Is taken as to diet, it is safe 'Domingo and tho marine forces are to say that fully nlnety-nln- o out ot uHToctly under his command. every hundred cases recover. Mr. W. have been G. Campbell, of Butler, Tenn., says, No unusual occur-e.ncreported recently by Capt. J. II. Un "I have used Chamberlain's Colic and derbill, commanding the guard at the Diarrhoea Remedy for summer com United States legation at Managua, plaint In children. It Is far ahead of Nicaragua. Twj companies aro main- anything I havo over used for this purpose." m tained at tli'.h post lo el self-respe-con-rlUio- ns self-respe- ct rs es - m -- ( .- - - . n When the Ira in came in back in I90 T Vi EN years ago you might have seen one or two 111 automobiles waiting outside the station, when the weather was pleasant. Today the square is crowd- ed with them. And most of the cars you generally see there are moderate-pric- e cars. There is one tire, at least, that makes no distinction between small cars and large cars so far as quality is cerned the U. S. Tire. con- try, wherever the going Is opt to be heavy Tho U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. S. Chain or Usco. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. For best results ' everywhora-XJ.Royal S. Select your tlrea ao. cording to tho roads they havo to travel: In sandy or hilly coun- Every U. S. Tire is Just like every other in quality the best its builders know how to build. Cords. Anybody who tells you that owners of moderate-pric- e cars are not interested in the quality of their tires has never met very many of them. Whatever the size of your car, the service you get out of U. S. Tires is the same. It isn't the car, but the man who owns the car, that sets the standard to which U. S. tires are made. IV We come in contact with the small car owner every day and we have found that he isjust as much interested as the big car owner. J 7W We feel the same way about it. That's why we represent U. S. Tires in this community. fr 1 v.. United States Tires HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. COATS GARAGE, Beaver Dam, Ky. J W. G. ILER, Rockport, Ky. li wero afterward killed. Significant aro tho figures showing how Gormanw paid with lives ot hor sons In experimenting and developing her air sorvico during the war and in training camps. Tho casuallties l:i 2; sorvico" is called, wore: Killed, Injured, 2,227; on tho fronts, 3,207; wounded, 4,296; 'missing,' Theso figures do not lncludo tho casualties nlroady given in tho loss ot airships. 2,-7- e agree that In cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds th first treatment Is most Important When an efficient antlsccptic Is applied promptly, thcro Is no danger of infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. 'For uso on man or boast, Borozono is tho Ideal Antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohlo County Drug Co. m 'Surgeons chime on dechease sheriff Gorman air organization in his com- 957. No less than 7,425 "air battles' 7,425 "BATTLES IN prehensive work. "Tho German air are recorded, including 614 enemy AIR, HUNS' RECORD forces In tho World War," in thu observation balloons brought down leaves post Because of a lnck of business to keep the office alivo, Robert McLellan has tendered his resignation as sheriff of Mongtomory County. The office has been conducted on u fee basis, in nddltion to allowance for tho sheriff of ?500 a year as janitor ot tho Courthouse With the advent t ot prohibition, it is said, business in alllMY llltUTAfilTV IS HIT the sheriff lino has fallen off sharply, BY WAR INVESTIGATORS so much so that the offlcor was obliged to seek other employment. "Washington, July 21 DeterminTho Bhorlff ot Kalkaska County ation to do away with tho systuni of recently reslgnod for similar reasons. Injustice which was practiced o vlth tho consent of tho Wilson ASSESSMENT NOTICE. upon the American who participated in tho war is To tho taxpayers of Ohio county: oxwmssed by tho House Select ComOur oftlco will bo open at all rea mittee on Expenditures In tho War sonable times from July tho 1st, un nnn.'irtmEint. til Oct. 3 1st., for tho purpose of as HuprtcntuttYO Royal Johnson. sessing tho property of tho county. chairjnnn of tho subcommittee which I, or one of my doputlos will visit the wnado tho report, served as a major In various voting places in tho County, Ttjiico, Ho and his Republican (watch for posters iu your pre'eiuct Oscar E. lllaud, ot Indiana, In tho futuro) to accommodate those iruMimuond that tho oxisting articles who do not caro to como to tho offlco f war be so chunged as to require: to glvo their list, but under tho clasThat flhargos shall not bo preferred sification act ot tho last legislature, m.iL'upt under oath. wo fool that wo can be ot material That before tho accused Is held for benefit to you iu making your asthoro shall bo sessment here at tho offlco, tgnivrul court-martiD. E. WARD, Tax Co'in'r. O. C. a Jborough and expeditious prcllmi- ry sol-Aa- m al Atlanta, Mich., July 24. preparation of which twenty-:iin- e 1,072,037 Bombs other officors of theso forces collaboThrown, German Rerated, with official statistics and maport Shows. terial from tho general staff. Made 182 Plights, By Karl II. Vou Wiegand. Tho navy Zeppgllns and Schur.tto-Lan- z air cruisers made a total .if 482 Borlln, juiy 24. Germany had 128 Zeppelins and Schutte-Lan- z air crui- flights, of which 317 wero recoin- sers In Borvlce during the war. When nalssanccs in tho North Sea and forty-on- e attacks on London and other tho war began she had oleven, Includ ing three commercial passenger- - car- points In England. Tho reconnaisrying Zeppelins which were im- sances lasted from sixteen to twenty-fou- r hours in tho air. Tho longest mediately taken over. Tho navy had seventy-thre- e hours. in service, tho army tit- time in tho air was ninety-si- x ty. Gormany lost seventy-nln- o to Cenair- Thnt was the trip of tho L-ships during tho war, of which flfty-thr- tral East Africa. Casualties thru the loss of navy air wero in tho navy servlco and twenty-si- x ships wero 389 officors and men with tho army. "Thru enemy tiro" tho navy lost "dead." No "wounded" aro given, twenty-threand thirty wero lost by evidently there wero no survivor tin! navy thru accidents and causes This Includes .tho crow of tho with which the enomy had nothing to which the British refused to rescue do. Thirteen being wrecked by storm after It had been shot down and faltwelve burned In tholr sheds, four len in tho North Sea. Tho army air- destroyed by lightning and ono has ship casualties were but titty-tw- o of nover been 'heard from. The army ficers and men dead. When tho war broke out Gormany lost soventecn thru enemy tiro and nlno front other cuusos, Including also mobilized 2 IS airplanes. Up to January 1, 1919, 47,037 airplanes ot all one mysteriously "missing." These figures, until tho armlstlcs typos had been dollvered to tho army, one of tho closest kept secrets In tho 2,128 planes wero lost In air batti03 nrchvics of tho Gorman general stuff, sud another 1,000 aro given as "missaro now rovoaled for tho first tlnlo ing." Bombs thrown aro given at 1,072,- by Mnj. George P. Nouiuan, ot the 22,128 Plans Lost The offlcinl roster of German air fighters with more than three enomy planes to their record has 458 names. n, It is headed by MaJ. Baron von who was killed after bringing down eighty enomy pianos. Second Is Lieut. Ernst Udet, with sixty, who flysurvived tho war. Of sovonty-tw- o ers who received tho d "Pour lo Morlto" order twonty-seve- n Rlch-thofomuch-covete- eo Why Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron When tho doctor treats your blood, ho gives you iron, for iron is said to bo tho best thing in all medicine to build up the blood. Sometimes ho docs this by regulating your diet u uuuiiuisicra iron in uio ouiuvbiyii-form of pills or tonics. Hut always ho is becking a way to get more iron into your blood ho is trying to put back this great builder of health mid sticngtb. in Nature itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agent, lho story of tho discovery of this new form of iron reads almost like a fairy talo and medical science has proved its remarkable g powers beyond question or doubt. Wood-makin- e, 9, Acid Iron Mineral may bo procured in cither liquid or tho moro convenient tablet form at nny drug store. ' Quick Improvement from It contains no alcohol or injurious drugs and will not blacken tho teeth. New Form of Iron It has been especially noted that pale, Tho new way to restore iron to tho puny children, weak, per-foblood tho surest and most dependand thot-- enfeebled by ago sliow able of alt methods is through tho improvement and exhibit increased uso of Acid Iron Mineral. This is strength almost immediate! v after a natural form of soluble iron, found ommiiK irraimmt For Sulo by OHIO COUNT DUUG CO, lucoriwratcd, Hartford, Ky. run-dona a NEGRO CONFESSES TO MULTITUDE OF CRIMES Admits Murdering Seven People and Countless Robberies. 'i Lai Angeles, Cal., July 23. Mose Gibson, negro, sontonoed to hang for tho murilor of Hoy Trnpp, F.uilerton, Cal., rnnchor, hna ounfumoil to soven murders Including tho slaying of J. 11. Ronvls, of Haton Rouge, La., according to a tolophono montage received todny by Shorlff John C. Cllno, of Los Angelofl County, from 316 Shorlff J. K. Jackson, at Santa Ana. Sheriff Jnckson tins Ju8t returned from taking Gibson to tho penltontla-r- y nt Snn Quontln . Tho tnurdors to which Jackson said Gibson confessed wore: Hoy Trnpp, rancher, Fullcrton, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Jncob Erhardt, phoo-nlAriz., Inst month. J. It. Hevls, white restaurant man, of Hn(on Kongo Junction, La., 12 Cut This Out And Tnko It Willi You A man often forgets tho exact namo years ago. of the nrtlclo ho wishes to purchase A woman nt Orango City Junction, and as a last resort takes something Fla., killed In November, 1919. olso Instead. That Is always disapA watchman nt a sugar mill at pointing and unsatisfactory. The Crnmcroy, St. James Paris, Ln., mursafo way Is to cut this out nnd tako dered In November, 1910. It with you so ns to hiako suro of Admissions that ho committed getting Chamborlaln's Tablets. You "thousands" of burglnrles, obtaining will flntl nothing quite so satisfactory minis from a few cents to $100 was for constipation and indigestion, m mado by Gibbon, according to the Bhcrlff. Gibson was arrested nt Topoca, POLAND AIDED BY U. Ariz., for tho murder of Trapp, Ho S. HARDING IS TOLD wna brought hero, pleaded guilty to the murder charge and sentenced to Fiiriner-I.nbo- r Cuudldnto Asks Senhang September " I. Tho negro killator To MnUc Known ed most of his victims with a hammer Responsibilities. ho asserted. Mr. and Mrs. Erhardt were killed, Salt Lake City, Utah. July 24 according to tho confession, after the Parley P. Chrlstcnson, Fnrmer-Lnbo- r negro had served a jail sontence at candidate for President, tonight Douglas, Ariz. lie said he killed tho charged that thru "secret relations" couple to obtain money. Hcvis also between tho United Stntos and Poland was killed for money. many million dollars' worth of war Two of tho burglnrlos were commitmaterial had been delivered to tho ted in ono night in June 1913, in latter country. This material, he Omaha, Neb., tho sheriff said. Gibsaid, was for use against the Russon was arrested nfter the first and sian Soviet government, and was paid cscapedaltho handcuffed. With tho for with long term Polish notes bearmanacles on his wrist, ho committed ing flvo per cent interest. tho second, ho said, to obtain money Tho statements were mado by Mr. having the handcuffs filed off. for Chrlstcnsen in to Senator Tampa, Fla., July 23. Mrs. Mary Harding, Republican nominee, calling Clark, a widow, at Orango City Junc- on him to "employ your powerful po tion, Volusln County, wns mysterious- sition to ncqunlnt tho country with ly killed at her homo Inst November tho immensely grnve possibilities to and no trace of her slayer ever has America of a continuation of the adbeen found, the sheriff of Volusia ministration's Polish-Russia- n policy." County said tonight when Informed of Ho was encouraged to mnko tho retho confession of a scries of murders quest, he said, by n statement recentrcportod to have boon made by Moso ly printed In a Now York newspaper, Gibson, a negro, awaiting execution In quoting the senator ns saying: i tho Snn Quontln Cal., penitentiary. of government tho Russian peoplo Tho Volusa County sheriff said "It is no business of ours what that a negro by tho nnmo of Mosc form' of government the Runstan peoGibson was known in tho vicinity of plo choose." COULDN'T WALK UP Orango City Junction, but tho InvestiSends Telegram. gation of tho killing of Mrs. Clark Tho telegram ln part follows: AND DOWN STAIRS did not connect the negro with tho "You aro undoubtedly aware that crime. tho administration has concealed qe from tho peoplo tho facts of tho ImstoopDoing hard work In .a bent or mense financial loans to Poland and Louisville Woman Is In Fine ing position puts a stitch ln tho back knowledge, of its delivery of huge Health Now Is Gratethat Is painful. If tho riuiscles havo war stores to the Polish armies. If become strained, you can't get rid of you are not, I can Inform you thnt ful To Tanlac. it without help. Tho great penetrat- tho War Department has provided the ing power of Hallard's Snow Liniment armies carrying on an offensive war-will appeal to you most strongly at faro against Russia with 4,600 freight "It was flvo years ago," said Mrs. such times, because it Is tho very cars, 3,500,000 pounds of corned thing you need. Price 2Dc, 50c and beof, 5,000,000 pounds of olemarga-rin- o Mattlo Martin, 1710 Owen Street, Louisville, Ky., "that Tanlac restored $1.00 per bottle. ' Sold by Ohio Counand $53,000,000 worth of mismy health and I am still feeling m ty Drug Company. cellaneous military equipment. m strong and well. Tho Navy Department has likewise "Since that tlmo Tanlac has been delivered to Poland largo quantities JOHNSON PREDICTS tho favorUo medicine with my family. of materials for uso ln tho Polish atSWEEPING VICTORY tack, on Russia. Insolent refusal by Wo all tako it occasionally and it keeps my children's cheeks red and Secretary Daniels to divulge a word rosy. In fact, Tanlac has been such San Francisco, July 23. Senator or facts has greeted requests for Ina fine thing for us all that you might Illram W. Johnson, of California, formation as to these transactions. call us'n regular Tanlac family. doclarcd ln n statement todny that Predicts .Slaughter or Soldiers. n con"I was in, a nervous Senator Harding in his speech of ac"Tho Polish legation at Washingceptance of tho Republican presidendition and for six months beforo I bea demanded ton has audaciously tial nomination took an unequivocal statement of American moral support gan taking Tanlac I was so weak I In couldn't walk up and down tho stops. stand upon tho'"paramount Issue of tho Polish position, and the ex this campaign, the Loaguo of Na tension of furthor credits is imminent, In fact, I was almost a complete tions,' nnd that his position has according to tho dispatches. In tho nervous, wreck, couldn't sleep at "mado Republican success curtain and oVont of n general European imperia- night and even the children playing dishis election assured.", and around would nearly drive mo Poland list alllanco behind Quoting from tho speech of accept-nnc- o against tho Russian government, this tracted. I I had no appetito, and ns delivered by Senator Harding republic fond as am of certain kinds of vege-ablInvolved as it already Is, nnd at Marlon, O., Senator mo'ro yestorday I couldn't eat them, because my deeply' Involved as tho adminisstomach was in such a bad condiJohnson said tho Republican tration obviously Intends It to bo, in tion. Nothing agreed with me was to bo congratulated and I lmporldllst ad emphatic stand tho fnto of tho Polish upon his firm and felt so bad that life seemed hardly venture, must noeds face the question against tho proposed league, and de- of transporting an American army to worth living. an answering clared his words "strike ''Hut my troubles soon disappeared bo slniiKlitered In a merciless and when I got Tanlac, and six bottles chord with overy American." E.istorn Europdun confllct.If you Party Is Committed. made me feel liko a now person. It moan what you said nbout the rlgh Tho statemetnt follows: built mo up and strengthened me so I of tho.jtussIan peoplo'to choose thejr "Yestorday in his spoech of acceptdo my work, something I had own government, I would ask you to could not been able to do in months, and I ance Sonator Harding unequivocally exert your public Influence, as I will upon tho paramount as am just as strong and well y took hli oxert my own, to compel tho adminono could ask to be. I sleep well at lssuo ln this campaign tha League at to reveal the full oxtont of istration night, oat anything I want, do all my Nations. Tho Republican party stand's Its financial relations with the cooking, ironing, houso cleaning and committed by lta platform: Its of Poland and to reply to now nccontuntcs hal plattako care of my'four children without tint government's demand for an any trouble at all. Now when any of form. There can be no misunderof Amorlcan mornl support tho family complains of feeling bad standing his oloqdent words. with a statement inviting tho Polos "Sir. Harding promises formal and and all otlmr belligerents asking our I start them on Tanlac and it soon effectlvo peaco as quickly ns a Re- sympathy to return to their proper sets them right. I havo found It a grand family medicine nnd publican Congress can pais Its boundaries and calling upon' them to perfectly nnd after that we may pro- restore at once the peace of Europe " can sincerely recommend It to everyone, especially those who aro sufferceed deliberately and reflectively to a ing as I did." world relationship that would 'hold Tanlac la sold ln Hartford by Dr. ua roe from menacing iuvoIyojuwU.' FOR FLETCHER'S L. B. Bean, In Horso Branch by Ola-to- n He described tha Wllion Loaguo of Drug Co., ln Rockport by James Nations as a mllltaryjilltnnea which can-dldn- to x, Gt-n- o menaces pcaco nnd threatens freedom nnd says It was conceived for v,oild negoclatcd in tn'.s- undorstandlng and Intolerantly urged! nnd demanded by Its administration sponsors.' Ho chnracfurics It ni tho 'supremo blunder' and ho stands securely upon tho high nnd safo ground that "It Is better to bo tho frco and dlHlntorested agent of International justico and ndvnncing civilization, with covonnnt of conscience than to bo shncklod by a written compact which surrenders our freedom of notion nnd gives to n military alllanco tho right to proclaim America's du ty to tho world.' "Sonator Harding Is to bo congratulated upon his firm nnd emphatic Bland ngaiust tho proposed lenguo. Ills words strike an answering' chord with overy American. Wo now go to tho solemn referendum of tho peo-pl- o with our party pledges, our boldly bearing aloft tho standard of Americanism. Enthusiastically nnd overwhelmingly, our people will respond. Mr. Harding's position has mado Republican success certain nnd his election assured." supor-Rovornme- Sales of this tire have increased 96 the first six months of this year, prov- component parts of the Firestone 3& are scientifically balanced by specialists who have put years of study and practice into a single purpose to meet your demand in a small car tire. You can now have all four tires on your car give uniform service if they are Firestone. ' ing the balanced tire, the Firestone has accomplished what Firestone sought for it, more mileage, greater economy, greater comfort, which has been passed on to the public at low cost most miles per dollar. Balanced! That means to you more than mere thickness of tread, greater air capacity, more plies of fabric, greater cushioning, or the gauge of the sidewalk It means that all , -- ..., m- - ( non skid ) Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 ' IfrfeSSSi I FTTH r7Ts5Jn 2i ...... ... ,MrianaMatoaaa a? 'iSSSlHHfeaasKuS.'..,..- -. run-dow- es bland-ardbear- or In-s- to-da- nt btahd-nrd-bear- or n, Children Ory CA3JT1P.R1A Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace l'ROBE FOH CAUSE But tho market price, according to & Porter, in Beaver Dam by R. T. OF RAIL WALKOUT tho bulletin, has advanced 500 per Taylor, Jr., nnd ln McHenry, by S. cent slnco 1915. It Is at this prlco-tha-t J. Tlchenor. Advertisement. tho small publisher is compelled Chicago, July 23. Sixty railroad to buy his paper stock. ' officers and union leaders today were Primarily the reason for tho adADMITS MURDER FOR subpoenaed to appear before the fedvance in paper is duo to a wood shortWHICH FATHER DIED eral grand Jury next Wednesday in age .In earlier days tho paper mills, connection with a probe of tho unau- were built ln tho lumber regions and Toronto, July 24. A murderer of his mother a crime for thorized walkout of railroad workers their pulp wood was a sort o byproduct of tho saw milling industry-Bwhich his father was hanged seven here In April. The subpoenucs wero Issued at tho In most of these regions tho sawyears ago Arnell Love, 22, a Ceylon, Ont., farmer, lies in jail here today. request of Chailes F. Clyne, United mills havo finlnshed, and they havo? During evangelistic services in his States District Attorney and Maj. E. packed up, burned out, or moved home town Lovo went forward and Leroy Hume, special assistant attor- away for some other reason. But tho? declared to the evangelist that he had ney general, who, since his arrival paper mill cannot play uio part of clubbed his mother to death because here several days ago, has conferred "carpet bagger" quite so easily, and part of she had reprimanded him for "keep- with leaders of the recognlzd raihoad as a result tho north-easterbrotherhoods. the United States has become largely ing bad company." Among those for whom subpoenas dependent upon Canadian wood. Young Lovo was one of tho principal witnesses against his father, Hen- were Issued were John Grunnu, presi- Spruco from Minnesota and Cauadu,. ry Lovo, who was convicted by a jury dent of the Chicago Yardman's Asso- for example Is being hauled from and hanged at Owen Sound, Ont., for ciation and H. E. Redding, head of 700 to 1200 miles to Wisconsin paper the crime soven years ago.' While the United Englnemon's Association. mills. In Now York state, where? tho evldenco against him had been These two organizations wore form- nearly fifty per cent of our newsprint . Is produced, sixty per cent of the pulp mostly circumstantial, on the scaffold ed at tho tmo of the Aprl walkouts-twenty-seve- n of hs and paper mills havo absolutely no Grunau and the father made what was believed to associates were arrested at that tlmo timber supplies of their own. Now bo a confession of his guilt. Tho son grew up into manhood, a charged with violation of tho Lever Hampshire and Maine appear to be prosperous farmer, and tho tragedy act '"with conspiracy td Interfere with the only eastern states that still luw of his life was apparently burled ln the interstate shipment of the neces- - fraw materials for making paper and! suspicion in the oblivion of tho past until ho at- dtics of life, ' and have been out on thcro Is a tended tho evangelistic service. He ball slnco, their hearings having been tho paper trade that the, day of profiteering ln spruce, hemlock, balsam, told tho evangelist, tho Rev. 'C. N continued several times. At tho saml tlmo the subpoenas and poplar Is pretty well under way. Slurpo, that when his mother repriTho big papers, In any event, an manded him ho was angered and kill- wero being Issuea a delegation heW-9- d by Redding called upon Maclay certainly eating up tho littlo ones,, ed her with a stick of wood and hid tho body ln tho collar, whoro it was Hoyne, state's attorney, and protest- and their "funny sheots," magaztua ed against tho alleged action of rail- sections and other irrelevant feature found later. On advico of the evangelist, Low roads In hiring young, inexperienced add to tho tragedy of tho proceedings; gnve himself up to tho police, who arc men and boys as bwImuukm. RedLoss of Appetito. Investigating his story. In tho mean ding said the railroads were filling time, tho young farmer, apparently places of strikers with boys, ranging As. a general rule there Is nothlngr greatly relieved, languishes ln jail, in- In ago from 13 to 1C years, and that accidents had Increased recontly.be-caus- serious about a loss of appetite, and different to his fate. of Incompetence. If you skip a meal or only eat a-a day for a few days wou wilt "Tha only law undor which I can proceed Is tho uhlhl labor stututo, ' soon havo a relish for your meate FOR FLETCHER'S tho state's attorney said, 'if that Is when meal time comes. Bear ln mind being violated, proper action will bo that at least five, hours should always elapse- - betweon meals so as to taken." NOTICE! give the food ample tlmo to.dlguat and the stomach a period of rest bo-f- ar Notlco is hereby given that the un- XKWKI'HINT HAS ADVANCED BOO HER CENT u second meal Is takon. dersigned will on tho first Tuesdiy Then it you oat no more than you crave and In September, 1920 make nvpllcntlon A current report of tho Govern tako a reasonable amount of outdoor' to tho Stnto Board of Control at Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, ment Forest Service says that the eLxaroltw ovory day you will not need and wHl ask that ho be released from largfr newspaper publishers of tl)e to worry about your apptlte. When his confinement at tho state peni- country have baen ab)e to keep down the low of appttlttt IB caused b. ro tentiary, nt Eddyvllle. the advance ln cost of thslr ntwgpriut atlpatlon as Is often the cus, tlirr to about SOD par want beoaiuu of their should be corrected at once A Cos This Juno 1, 1020. I ability to contract la largo volume. f Chauibeilala'd TaMoU will do it lit 50tl0p ERNEST LITSEY. ut well-grounde two-meal- s ' Children Cry CASTvO R 'A Ing's speech of acceptance. Dut when wo come to think tho matter over, renumbering that Senator Harding nnd tho Courier are as two crossed Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY sticks an, Indorsement of any considHARTFORD erable portion of the speech was Incorporated clearly out of tho question, even allowing it as being tolerably respectaW. 8. TIXSIiKY, Editor ble was not to be thought of in tho nnri Business MnniiKcr. Whllo mind of tho Courier-Journa- l. nccordlng to law at the somo nf tho grcnt Democratic Dallies Entered rostotflco, Hnrtford, Ky., as wall class tho acceptance speech as a clear maltor of tho second class. cut, master statement of bis position splendidly rendered. to 'Address all communications Tho Hnrtfonl Republican. Democrats are blaming the Republicans with tho war being carried NOTICE TO SUItSCllUJEItS on by the Russian Bolshevik, nnd othSubscribers desiring tho paper sent er Reds nnd outlaws of Europe. Had a new nddress must give tho old to Hughes been elected and Wilson deaddress In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c feated tho war that America entered por line, nnd Sc per lino for each ad- a short time nfter Novcmbor 1916, ditional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards would certainly have boon charged of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for to Hughes and tho Republican party, each head lino and slgnautrc, money and that too with as much rightful In advance excuse ns tho Sonata is chargablo Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc por with Europe's troubles of today. The Loulsvlllo Times says all of the disword. will order Is a direct result of tho partiAnonymous communications receive no attention. san fight of the Republicans made on Wilson's Versailles Peace Treaty. TELEPHONES And wo say and believe (whether rat69 ification would have proven a euro or Farmers Mutual 123 Cumberland not), that tho treaty could have and would have been ratified if it had . . . .JULY 30 not been for Wilson's stubborn stand XTUDAY to have tho thing approved according to. bis own solflsh notions or, not at REPUBLICAN TICKET. all. If any individual or individuals In tho United States bears more blame for tho unratified condition of the Treaty than anyone else it is solely chargable to President Wilson nnd those who in a partisan manner blindly follow him an;l his minority In the face of the undisputed facts that the constitutional majority was and is not In favor of swallowing the Wilson mixture of Peace and League without some dilution. The desire for, place, for power and absolute domonation of the will of one man over a substantial majority who see Jhc Hartford Republican ryjnn&ramm LUII1IWIIIHIIIIH I,,,,, J at I quip Your 8m; With Goodyear a Goodyear Tires in the 30x3-- , 30x3Vk and 31x4'inch sizes are manufactured with characteristic Goodyear care to build high relative value into every carcass and tread. Last year more cars taking these sizes, were factoryequipped with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. In order to make these tires widely available to users of such cars, we are operating the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes. uv-- ix) President Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car requiring one of these sizes, go now to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for For President WARREN G. HARDING. For Vico CALVIN COOLIDGE. ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of Richard P. Ernst, of Covington, for U. S. Senator, from Kentucky, subject to the action of tho Republican party. We are authorized to announce .Marshall Duncan, of Springfield, as a candidate for the. Republican nomination for Congres's in this district. Primary Election, August 7, 1920. Wo are authorized to announce tho candidacy of W. P. Hays, of Nelson County, for Congress from the Fourth Congressional District, subject to tho action of the Republican party. "Wo are authorized to announce tho candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., ot Breckenridge County, for Congress from tho Fourth Congressional District, subject to tho action of the Republican party. The dally papers are alive with the announcements that a slump in prices is noted almost everywhere throughout the Country and Inspection of the list upon which lower prices are to be noted, is, without exception products of farmers. Since It has developed that Georges Carpentier tied himself up In such a knot by contract before he came to this Country, that ho could not, or said he could not fight Jack Demp--sewe have heard but little of the wiley Frenchman and correspondingly thoso who knocked bo much on "Demnsey aro knocking on something else, wood perhaps. y, things in a different manner, as they have a conscience, and a right, granted unto them by the constitution of the Republic Is autocracy, or we don't know what it means. Dullying tactics and an unrelenting purpose of Wilson nm f "ISSffT ""STrV Z.7nfr7il I In so far as it was in our power wo had perfected carried giving publicity to bond sales, and thero was pago after page of it, Our neighbor, the Herald through was solicited by us, or through its editor pealed our pelt in the 'committees we appointed, who gencurrent issue. The article infers erously helped, and we collected the that we classed all who favored the money and paid the Herald personalLeague as narrow minded, or hide ly, never at any time taking a lino of bound partisans. Now, we didn't advertisement for our own paper say any such a thing. We did say without dividing it equally with tho that unconditional acceptance of the Herald, whose editor would, and has Leaguo meant that we would be com- Investigated us to discover whether pelled to send our soldiers to Europe wo were a traitor to our country dur to take a part in all of their turmoils, ing tho war. Argument with one who both big and small, and that every will not como across and abide by tho person except he was a hide bound will of a majority and who would like partisan would agree that uncondi- to class you with the treasonable betional acceptance meant that. We cause you can't see" fit to look at question no man's right to be for the things as ho does, is and. ever will bo Wilson League, neither do we, nor wholly lost. have we at any time questioned the slncerety of any who believe in it. LIVIA, ROUTE 2 But wo do object to the stand taken by you when you decline to submit Mr. Robert Mosley and family spent fo tho action ot a Senate majority, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton whom you always class as Wilson Hoover, of Barnetts Creek. haters, petty politicians, partisan Mrs. Mollle Herring, of Hartford peace blockers and other such names, is visiting relatives) at thih place. never for once allowing that thoy may Mr. W. G. Ward, of Nocreck, was be as honest as thoso who favor unin this community Sunday. conditional ratification. Your posiIn and of some who follow him in his desires to fasten his will.his handiwork if you please, upon tho nation v:htn it has clearly and beyond the shadow of doubt been shown that it is not wanted by the majority, is responsible for an unratified peace in so far as America is concerned. All the talk and charges of a partisan Senate blocking peace is mere ush, tommy rot, and if the day has come when a majority must surrender to one man rule let's disband, crown Wilson or Cox Emperor, or King, if it pleasf them better ad say unto him or them all power above and below is thine, we beg of you however, forever let us be thy serfs, for nothing higher do we crave, or have a r.ght to ask. Fabric, 30 x 314 Goodyear d Double-Cur- e Tread Single-Cur- 30x3'A Goodyear Fabric, Anti-Skl- SOIW L3 en v12ii JsT-- l e Tread Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you arc askcef'to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly .a q casings when, such sure protection 3 available? 30x3',j b'hc ib tsaUrprocf taj T aajl) CEItALVO. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuke.) Harold Holbrook was in Louisville, some days ago, and while there Brooksle bought himself a boss. The first time Harold touched the aforesaid hoss, he, the hoss to make a more ready acquaintance with his new owner lald-hoi- d of one of his arms and before he could be shaken off or loose, ho had the wing tolerably well bruised up. Dock Carson pui chased an auto some time ago and he and the boys Josepn and William, use the car to go down lo t'jni'- - farm nnd back. Billio says dad and Joe essay to all tho driving, &c, but that they are what one generally would call raw amateurs. They undertook to crank jtho car up to corio home the other day, they could do the cranking O. K., but somehow tho thing wouhlu't ualk up and take hold of Itstlf. They tried the carburetor, tho spark plugs and everything that could bo thought of, then they got a mult, tied ft to tho car and wore hlni out hauling ho t l'lig around. Finally Billio auk mm somethng abo,,t tao 1' .i t;nd when thoy mnd3 an examination tho tank was ca dry as J leg Cas Ufr. Thero aro a couplo of cheap skates In this town who have recently slipped up o us and blow their breath in our faco. Between onions, garlic and Irozo, give ms tho former. Wo never were particularly fond if tho '.i"r. but lately wo abhor tho pidpII of it on another man's breath. Is Mrs. Mary Ferry, of Horse Branch, visiting her sister, Mrs. Ida Bar- nard, Little Miss Nora Claron Evcrly, of Rockport, spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Emma B. Ful-kerso- n. arrangements, and tion, not being willing to sub- had the promise of tho delivery of Senator Harding's speech of acceptance In time to give it to our readers laBt week, but owing to some mlscarrlago ot the Burle-Bo- n Postal Systom (not due to tho local office) tho matter was delivered to this office by the first mall received after wo had gono to press. Tho speech may bo found on tho last page of this issue, a wcok overduo but good just tho same. unox-jrtalnab- le In tho Yacht raco for America's Cup, Sir Thomas Llpton'a Shamrock was defoated by tho American Ilosolute. Owing to tho fact that tho foreign boat won tho first two race on "flukes"' It was noces-Tsar- y that flvo races be run and tho American crait won tho Inst throa Tuces. Thus the trophy without In trinsic value, for the possession of which hundreds ot thousands of dollars have been spent from time to time, for another year at least, remains tho property of America, Wa aro surprised that the and some other Democratic Courier-Journal . 4,jpapBrs wro disappointed In Hard-- J mit to a majority rule is unamcrlcan and does not confornf to the American Ideas and ideals of good government. (With apologies to tho public for personalities) wo wish to say further, that we most assuredly appreciate tho fact that tho Herald's editor thought that wo may havo been unpatriotic during tho war and perhaps went about draped In tho slimy garb ot treason, as ho secretly investigated us, put us to tho test, but to his surprise and probably to. his disappointment, ho found that we did display patriotism duiing the war. Tho Herald Editor could have gono fur-tho- r (No reflection meant) and stated that whllo tho thon editor ot the o Horald waB drawing more than $4.00 por day from tho Federal Coornmont for work on the Exemption Board, wo woro handling all of the publicity mattor for tho Govorn- mont, in Ohio County, barring tho first in ovory drlvo mado for floating bonds with which to socuro money to prosecute tho war, and that without remuneration, paying quite a bit of our own exneiuts with private tuaOs and in addition to that orery single Una of paid advertising tho Herald solf-Bam- Mr. Scobla Wlgglnton, of Rumspy. visiting his undo, Mr. Tilden Wig- gintbn, at this place Mr. T. B. noli and wifo, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell and little son, and Mrs. Molllo Herring spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl 3ell. Mr. William Neal and family, Mr. Nat Taylor and family and Mr.and Mrs. Southoriand, of Masonvlllo, spent Sunday with Mr. Lon Minccy and family. Tho party given at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. WIlUo RIdgoway Saturday night, was well attended Wllkerson. of Owensboro, Mrs. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. C. Is k, g. Somo day, Albert Cox, I. D.' ClairJ and that .Hebrew Junk Doalor, aro going to get together and when they do thoro won't bo enough loft ot tho follow who strings thoso bhodJy beads to pay his wlto to. have a t burial, and should Cox unci tho TAXES ARK DUE! FAIR VIEW. TAXHS! Hebrew bo haled into couit over tho muttjr a good square look and RloharU Wright, who has bgei on Your 1020 tax bill has bean placed a comparison one with t lie other gall at nnd most any Jijry with pit' In thsir tho liok list, was ablo to attend tho with us for collection. Pleasa hosrtt, would probably clar both at High View Sundliy. the Qffise and Kit your's. S. A. BRATCHBR, for anything they ooultl possibly do Mr. 'and Mra. Simon umnu uuu unto tho stringer of ahevp beads. r.imiiv vUHmi Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sheriff Ohio County. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Cundiff and Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Cundiff. Mrs. Jesse Clark is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Childress, of Owensboro. Whittakor. children, spent Sunday with Miss Hazel Brown visited relatives Dam last week. Miss Ama Wood was the guest of her aunts, Mrs. Albert Patterson and Mrs. Lon Gentry, of Prentiss last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Elders nnd little son Forest, visited Mr. Elder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Eldors, of near Hcflin, recently. Mr. Ernie Robertson, of McLean County, visited his sister, Mrs. J. H. Wood, recently. Several from hero attended tho burial of Mrs. Ylnce Mclntirc, at Lone Star Sunday. Littlo Miss Maud Leisure, ot Beaver Dam, Is the guest of Miss Hazel Brown, ot Mr. and Mrs. Aud Lambert, Horse Branch', spont from Saturday until Monday with W. Lambort'j sister, Mrs. Ida Barnurd. Mr. Raymond Rowoyind Miss Goe bel Everly, of McIIenrA. wero In our midst Sunday. Miss Mary Staples, ofNelson, was tho guest of Miss Ethel Gverlyun day. Mr. J. O. Evcrly, of Evmsvlllo, is visiting relatives hero, Mrs. Drusllla Barnard spent last week with her daughter, Mjjs. Maud Maddox, of West Providence. Mrs. R. E. Eudaley spent a fow days last week with Iior slstor, Mrs. Charlie Casoblor, of near Central City who is quite sick. J Tim linrsps balancing to Mr. Her- bort Balls, woro killed by lightning" Sunday night, July 18 ' Master Joseph and Kendel Everly nra visitlnc relatives at McIIonry nnj Rockport. at Beaver Mooro Saturday night, and attended the foot washing at High Viow Sunday nfternoon. Rev. Burdett filled his regular appointment nt Mt. Vernon, Sunday. Rev. Norman Robertson preached a delightful sormon nt Fair View ' Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. II. Pierce baa been holding a few nights mooting at High View this week. Mr. John Wright and famify spent Sunday wl(h tholr son nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Garlln Nelson, ot Red Hill. Mrs. Ralph and grand children, Henry Tucker nnd Catherine Bosoll, of Horton, spont Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Deo Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. CJydo Mngan, Mr. and Mrs. Orvll Lloyd and Mr. nnd Mrs. Iko Christen wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Othn Daniel Saturday and Sun-' day. Miss Dantlo Wright spont Sunday night with her slstor, Mrs. Vcrnlo Nelson, of Red Hill. Mr. Jameson, of Horse Branclu has boon visiting his daughter, Mrs Nancy Wright, this week. Mr. Boh Acton mado a business trip to Hartford Tuesday, Mr. Sammlo Daulol, ot Tcnn., is visiting rolatlves at this place. GIRLS LIVE OX MELONS EX.IOV WILD RIDE" S(fmer80t, Ky., July 23. Two girls, both 1G yoars old, wore arrested hero today by railroad detectives when found on a freight train. Thoy gave their names as Nancy Elrod and Mao Smith nnd their homo as Rossvlllo, Go. They woro dlscovorcd in a car of watermelons, in which thoy had ridden thr.ee days with malons as a steady diet. ., ( NOTICE, -- foot-wnahi- Parties knowing themselves indebted to the Hartford Live Stock Co., will please come in and settle oiT or before August 10, 1920. HARTFORD LIVE STOCK I COMPANY. t If you need a don bio shovel or Cultlvntor go to ACTON BROS , Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Bradley and little son, Hubbort, of Gflstrap, wero in town yesterday. Eddlo, son of Guy Hlncs (colored) broko his right arm yesterday, whllo playing ball. Miss Kathleen Turner returned Wednesday from an extended visit with relatives In Owonsboro. VJnX&'UUZ5lKS7rv t Mr. E. I). Turloy, of Chicago', III., vis-- It Men's Comfort Apparel has Joined Mrs. Turlcy hero for a with relatives and friends. Misses Gertrudo and Khna Fchr Fair aro making an extended visit with relatives and friends in Ind. Cannel-to- n, Mr. William Rober.tson, of Kansas A full lino of Red Spot Paint and Vnrnlshcs. Get your supply now City, in visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robertson, of this place. whllo tho painting season Is on. ACTON BROS. Messrs. C. E. Miller, of Las Vegas, Miss Martelin Culley, of Stanley, is New Mexico, and II. A. St. Clair, of hero for an extended visit' with her Dundee, wero In Hartford yesterday, sister, Mrs. Lyman G. Barrett, and on business. Mr .Barrett. Armel Gray, of Taffy, whllo balelng Hay Harvest is nero and wo )ia?o hay at tho homo of J. A. Kirk, Wedtho KEEN KUTTER Pitch Forks, nesday, was seriously Injured by getting ono of his feet caught In the that good Guaranteed kind. press. WILLIAMS & DUKE. If jvncw El k k wirtnmoroi IK hm m m ww In preparing for hot weather we have not overlooked the fact that men like real comfort, hence we provided ourselves with a splendid stock that will appeal' to all comfort seekers. We Would suggest first Cool Underwear. We can supply you in Union Suits or separate' garments, in the Paris Knit, Nainsook or Balbriggan. Prices run from $1.00 to $1.50 suit. ' s t n i Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tinsloy, of Mr. James Penman, who formerly Houston, Texas, announce the birth of resided at McIIenry, but for some a little girl In their homo on July timo a resident of Bicknell, Ind., died , The snappy new ideas in men's sox are always 17th. She has been christened Bar at his homo last. week. His remains bara. we're brought to McIIenry, where found in our stock. Make your feet comfortable by they were buried Thursday afternoon. getting into a pair of them. Plain, solid colors or gle Griffin returned Monfancies, and 6ur prices are in your reach see them. day from Owensboro and Daviess Revs. Russell Walker, R. E. Fuqua, County, where sho had made an ex wife and daughter, Miss Dana, and to $1.50 the pair.-35c tended visit with relatives and Miss Elizabeth Carden and Mr. C. P. friends. Keown, of this place, attended tho Baptist Bible Instituto and ' Mission Mrs. Rena Taul and children, of Board meeting at Fordsville, TuesEvansvllle, Ind., arrived hero Fri day. day to bo tho guests of her sister, Mrs. Russell Walker and Rev. Walker, for Tho eighth grade, Methodist Sunseveral days. day School Boys' Class, accompanied by a number of girl friends, chaperMrs. E. G. Schroeter returned yes- oned by Miss Gladys Bonnett, .spent 1 terday from Newton and Robinson, the day Wednesday on a picnic trip to Ind., whero she had been visiting Bishner. Mr. Schroater, who is doing photographic work there. Mrs. Rachel Shultz, who had been ' Ma,ianey are tho spending a week with, relatives In BEADS ODDLY STRUNG '. ot p,ety Bives way tQ revelry, ts Republican JIr ani Mrs- - J H The Hartford strung uxuioit mo weaic,, wiua. tta See our lino of Magazines! We thoNarrows country, returned home parents of a now boy, born Tuesday. whole rushing headlong ItelLwarsV aro going to carry a lino of Maga Monday), Mrs. Shultz will leave to(By I, D. Claire.) your morrow for Huntington, West Va., JULY 30 till tho crash comes, and their out T FRIDAY Have you seen that John Deer zines regularly. Lot us know Come up, Fluke. It could be the ruins will necessity build a saaer-anr, & SONS? favorites and we'll get them for you. to visit her brother, Mr. Jas. T. Tractor at J. D. WILLIAMS worse. There is plenty or moon more enduring social fabric CASBBIER & TAYLOR. and Mrs. Sanderfur. shine at sixty cents a shine, but they PERSONAL NEWS Miss Anna Mrs. L. S. Igleheart and are said to be mighty small shines. Speaking of things evir reminds m. Wallace and months old child of A twenty-tw- o AND SOCIAL EVENTS Rhea Cajrson were guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. J. O.City, of Mark Twain's mention that crarjr returned Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jett, of . children, of Central Miss Mary Render, of Centortown That sheeny junk dealer, whom I Wednesday to their home, after vis drank a quantity of keroslne mistook for Albert Cox, by some 1J case must havo two sides. Ha s5 BICYCLES plenty of them. iting Mr. Wallace's mother, Mrs. S. T. yesterday morning. Dr. Riley, who that while nobody had undextatoss W. B. ELLIS & BRO. Cox, and is of Miss Thelma Bennett, after an exSatan's defense, It must bo trua tks& Barnett and Mr. Barnett a few days. attended the llttlo fellow informed streak of chance knew tended visit hero with relatives, left fering a reward of a hundred pounds there was something to say cur tStec us at press hour that no serious efMowing Machines and Hay Rakes. Sunday for her homo in Decatur, Ala.. of rags and five dozen rusty tin cans side of him who was the ackmwrt-edg- ed Commonwealth's Attorney, C. E. fect would result to the child. ACTON BROS. for anybody who will fetch me, dead qC tiw Smith, accompanied by Mrs. Smith, leader ot four-fiftMr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin are went to Calhoun Tuesday, to be In at- or alive, to his Junk store. people spiritually and. all of Utass. A fourteen year old son of Mr, and Get your cultivator from ACTON spending tho week at tho Mammoth politically. For the evil tendenex C tendance nt tho McLean Circuit Mrs. Ivan Nance, of near Heflin, let a BROS, Hartford, Ky. Cave, and with relatives at Cromwell. I told Ad Howard Fluke said Sim the times it may bo said that fniraag: Court. They returned home yester- hoe that ho was carrying upon his took to the soa like a dolphin, while day. shoulder fall, cutting tho left tond1: visiting San Francisco. Ad said he is one of the m'ost agreeable. oC exMr. James T. Davis, of Sunnydale, Mr. Melroso Tappan and son, Melperiences, and we don't feel Ute? injury is Wednesday. The archllles, was in town Tuesday. to, water too well rose Jr., of Kaufman, Texas, aro the Mrs. W. B. Newbolt and sons, quite serious as it may cause per- knew Sims' aversion hurt till wo hit. believe Buch a story, but I saved guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan Richard and Clarence, returned to manent impairment of active use of to Jimos Glenn7, of Louisville, spent Fluke's reputation by explaining sea NOTICE Saturday, tho foot. their home In Tulsa, Okla., Sunday hero with his parents. water was too salty to drink. Ladies' Union Suits 50c grade.. is spending after an extended visit with friends MU Margaret King Ladies' Union Suits, 75c grade. -- 5Sfc with Mr. and Mrs. Eu- and relatives here and elsewhere In the week-en- d Mr. John H. Davis, of Taffy, sufferWo pay cash every day for eggs and gene I spend much time on street cars, Seal Pax Union Suits, $2.50 Allen, of tho Washington coun- the County. a serious Injury last Saturday, ed W. B. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. swinging by a strap whllo tho workgrade . srjTX. try. while handling baled hay. A wire monopolize the! seats, and Men's B. V. D's., JSVJSHl For Sale 10. G acres good land, with broko and struck him in one of his ing girls army of A limited amount of seed Irish female Industrial Ballbriggan Shirts and DrawMiss Loureno Collins, of Green- good dwelling, barn and outbuildings. oyes, destroying the sight and other- this big WILLIAMS & DUKE. Potatoes. ers, 75c grade .GStc hero with Tho G. W. Gordon property at Pren wise multllatlng It in such a manner soldiers leads njo to wonder where ville, spent tho weok-en- d 4 that It was necessary to remove the the babies of the future are to come All slippers loss 25 per cent. her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Randall tiss. See Smith, of Select, Squiro Winson from. It Is true that bablos aro HUB CLOTHINCT COL COURTLAN M. TAYLOR, entlro optic, which was done In Owa valuable tract of tim- Collins. troublesome and expensive and a geno 3, Beaver Dam. Route ensboro Monday. ber. eral nuisance, but they are a neces- LLOYD GEORGK IS and Mrs. Jno. A. Duko returnMr. OKDKREI) TO ICESSC sary ovil, for thero Is no other ma Owonsboro, whero Miss Willy Llndloy, of Pt. PleasMr. P. B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C Mr. and Mrs. Fostor Bennett wero ed Monday from torlal out of which to make another they had been tho guests of relatives ant, was tho guest of Mrs. Chester O. Hunter, of this placo and Dr. C. It. guests of relatives In Llvcrmore, Sunarmy of working girls. I Paris, ' July 2G Tho healtfc Wilson and Mr. Wilson, of Cromwell, Bonnott, of McIIenry .went to Ow- Industrial since Friday.' day. in Promler Lloyd George ot Great: from Sunday until Wednesday. Miss onsboro Tuesday. Dr. Bennett and Is causing serious uneasiness; acIt isn't a disgrace for a girl to Llndley stopped off hero with friends Mr. Hunter returned Wednesday, Mrs. FloydCoombs and infant Mr. and Mrs. J. II. B. Carson aro work, but it Is a God's pity that the cording to' a London dispatch todxy. way home. while Mr. Taylor, upon whom a minor sojourning In Dawson Springs for tho child, of Owensboro, aro spending tho on her luxury drives them to it. All Tho British Prime Mlnistor'a pnjaJL-cla- ns operation was ptrformod, tosethi'r love of week hero, with their aunt, Mrs. week. are said to havo ordered aa tho fanatic reformers ami fool friends Miss Mary Laura Pendleton went with hts daughtor, Mrs. Hunter, reAmanda Phillips. absoluto rest for hfm. of Woman's advancement can not obto Owensboro last Monday, whero mained In Owensboro. Mr. James W. (Buddie) Morris, of scure the immortal fact that womanN Mr. C. C. Rayinor, of Noafus, wa3 sho underwent an operation for Balzotown, was in Hartford Tuesda, chief charm arises from her associahas since WILL GIVE BETTER Miss Pendleton Mrs. Jeff Wilson, of Pontine, Miss., tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. Alfred on buslnoss. tions of motherhood and the homo. and Mr. Stewart, froui'Fri-da- y been doing nicely and is expected to who has been visiting her parents, By entering tho industrial field sho Stewart TRANSFER SERVICE: Uov. and Mrs. R. D. Bonnett for sevreturn homo soon. until Sunday. Brookfiold Croamery Butter, nono has, Indeed, enriched tho purse but eral weeks, wopt to Louisville Tues On and after July 1, 1 will ho aM-tbettor made. Get It of CASCBIER Whlto day, to spend a fow days with hor Impoverished tho heart of the world. For Sale WANTK1) Tie Hackers, will fur& TAYLOR. give you 100 per cent better traca-f- er Leghorn and English Leghorn Cock- sister, Mrs. James Prjtchard, and Mr. nish living quarters. Apply to service between Hartford sbic5 I havo read too widely the history 8 to 12 weeks old, $1.50 and Pritchard. Mr. Wilson will Join Mrs. HOLBROOK, erels, HAROLD of tho world to quarrel with tho Beaver Dam, for tho following; reasJ. A. Howard, of Louisville, spent Wilson here August 1st., when they Hartford, Ky. $2.00 each. here and at McIIonry, 3tf which I live. To run coun- - ons': tho weok-on- d MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, will visit Mrs. Wilson's brother, Mr. times in I will opcrato nothing but closer, tor to tho multitude is to butt one's with friends. Route 3 Box 32. : Robert Bonnett and Mrs. Bennett, of Tho Hartford Baso Ball Team is Bt4p head against a stono wall, yet run- easy riding cars. . Christine, 111. n schodulcd to havo McIIenry for a nl1n.. You will not bo compelled to. wait' ning with tho multitude wo may note Misses Hottlo anu kuui uhuj, ui Prof, and Mrs. A. V. McFeo, of and CalOwonBboro, wero- - gujsts Sunday of gamo tomorrow afternoon wo are tending. Just now while tho mail is being loaded City, Tonn., will arrive here You aro invited to call and seo my whither Johnson , houn for Sunday. You will not bo coinpelid; r Tolatlves horo. tho world is mad with tho- lust for tho first of tho coming week, whero new Dental Office, Just opened ovor woalth and drunk with tho wine-- of In a mall truck with tho dfrtjr mafi. Deposit Bank. Besides tho conven; PERFECTION they aro to bo the guests of Mrs. Wo sell tho NEW "Qharllo King has gone to Decatur, luxury. Women are drafted from hags. mother, Mrs. M. McCormlck and lejices wo now havo, wo aro instaling They .aro given up 111.7 where ho has accepted a placo Coal Oil Stover I will be able to ftart promptly airi tholr homes and children ara to bo tho best. Wo havo both the 3 hor sister, Mrs. L. T. Riley, and Mr. electrical equipment, that will help from school to bo ground In time, as I will havo no mats tor as linotypo operator. Riloy. pjako our services more proficient. burner and tho 4 humor. tho mills of Industrial - production. which to wait. .Lady attendant. ACTON BROS. Leaoh and son, ArI appreciate your patroncw tcMI-- j Tho churches aro losing tholr hold Messrs. Charlie and Q. Barnard Yours respectfully, Mr. and Mrs. upon the peoplo and thIr pews aro I was handicapped by tho mail thur, returned today from a trip to DR. CHARLES R. LAYTQN, Mrs. Jessie Davidson and children daughters, Voneta, Bernlfto and Helin and nsauro you that It 1 vtttLi mpty. Immorality, altho more artGraham and Dawson Springs. Bunk Bids-- . Rookport. Ky of Pjplar Bluff, Mo., who havo boon of Dundee, returned Monday from fully ooRMalsd, Is warming Its way pleasure that I announce a tarttu. vtaiting relative and friends in Ohio Canoyvlllo, whero they had bwn Office hours 8:30 A. J. to 4:QQ P. M nto evory strata of society. All man- sorvlco for you. Goorgo Delkor Buggios in all styles , . .. a ". on our County dur.'&g tk pnt rtw v. oaks, visiting Mrs, Barnard's slBtr and Resppctfullv of upoxcoptlona.l value uro 'Maxrvo'a national debt la about kind hastens to worship at tho glid guests of Mr aud Mrs. 0. B, nleco, Mm, Robert BoVl and Mrs. woro tho J. E. CURl'ISw ed shrlno of luxury. Tho practlcoj floor for your inspection. 510,000)00 p&oa (?27O,0QO.00O). John Ragland and their families. Smith last'Bunday. Mrs.-Mag- Half Hose. Mrs. C. R. McCalllster, of ColumMiss Maymo Bell Chamborlln, of Owonsboro, Is spending tho week bus, Ga., arrived here yesterday to with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Visit her sister, Mrs. A. C. Porter, and also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shown, of Alexandra. Anthony Robertson, of Heflin. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White and little son, of lorro Hd'ita, Ind were Miss Annctta Gillespie and little guests of Mrs. Jano Madcn of Route nephew, James Carlisle Gillespie, will 1, from Saturday until Tuesday. go to Leltchfleld tomorrow, to visit Miss Gillespie's sister, Mrs. D. B. Mr. Gilbert Bell and family, of Hancock, and Mr. Hancock, until Sun guests of day. Buford, were the week-en- d Mr. Bell's sister, Mrs. J. P. Caseblcr and Mr. Casebler, of this place. 'Mr, and Mrs. Henry Baltzell and daughter and llttlo nephew, left here Mrs. J. C. Her and little sons re- yesterday, for their homes in Kansas, turned to their homo In Louisville, after spending some time here and in last week, after an extended visit tho County, with relatives and hero with Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Bean. friends. Blouses Blouses of real style originality. Blouses made of serviceable materials. Blouses with dependable "workmanship. ' .and what is more important Blouses at prices that mean real economy. We have just received, and will place on safe tomorrow, the very appealing Wirthmor Blouses tFiafc are pictured in the current issue of VOGUE. IT substantial savings on your waist purchases mean anything to you we would respectfully urge you to. come m at once ana make your selection trom tnis x m. iui ux uiuuoco. Eight New Styles, Choice $6.75 JkitOb, I Carson (L Co e Hartford, Kentucky. San-dorfu- d k, hs ' .2c Bt-ta- tecr-medla- te ton-slllt- ts. y, n-.i- , - rii Mc-Fe- out-tra- .w.j fc . AHKnf It MHllPH IHnili . jBHHBEr sa cmc to figure why llHfeMSBii Camels sell? cBElHIIIBIH.IiBS& JSiatalAUL ttaatSsfSSSstlss. v :. jw SSbT ssBPtssbbv "" tJLsSBV H 3SSSBI B? SaBBBytBBSEsVsSSHlSBBBBHssSiBSt wKsMtstiflafe 1 v lF 1 11 dL III ssKZ, && HUHi Wk wOlK sH B IL'118 Tt jHHIHim'"'1m ssssssssssPKft -- iMssssssssssssB satisfying. First, quality second, Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight ! Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there 1 And, Camels never tire your taste! You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I You should know why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing", so v"" . sSsl 3hhHHk' tBISIBIE'w' 4 wSreCTBfearafrw 1 TiSli3flBPwVl"5v tiSF3i Walt rette in the world at any price HKBiBfPTKvKLSH "gHH5wi blend &DOMSriCgl'J ttyi Cam-- Is For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any ciga. cia-rette- s; carton. are sold everywhere In scientifically sealed packcies otlO d or ten packages 200 cigarettes) in a Wo strongly recommend this carton for tho home or oflico or when you travel supply R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-Sale- N. C FARM DEPARTMENT. -- A " . Removing Dirt From Various Wall Coverings. ' Ordinary plastered and papered walls and ceilings should be cleaned with a wall brush or a broom covered with soft cloth, such as cotton flannel. Xlght overlapping strokes should be used; heavy strokes rub the dirt in. Cotton batting Is good for cleaning places that soil more quickly than tho Test for example, the wall over radiators, registers, and stoves. The wall should be rubbed lightly with tho cotton, which should be turned as it becomes soiled. There are commercial pastes and powders for cleaning wall papers, but, in general, these should be applied only by an expert. An amateur is likely to havo a streaked wall if. he attempts to use them. papers washable The used in kitchens and bathrooms may bo cleaned with a dampened cloth, but water must be used sparingly; if it Beeps in, the paper will be loosened. Varnishing the paper in these rooms problems. Tho whole question out- Corjiront Aphis Serious This Year. will make it more nearly impervious sido of disease is a matter of nutriLexington, Ky., July 24, 1920 lo moisture and steam and will pre-vetion. The expert in animal husit from peeling, household spe- Tho common aphis, found in the corn bandry on feeds and feeding and the cialists of tho United States Depart- belt every season has already made workers in animal nutrition aro in, its appearance and has been actlvo in tho position to. advise live stock own itself. ment of Agriculture say. No drugs nor anesthetics are used Hough wall coverings, such ns bur- the corn crops in central Kentucky. ers in this regard. and there is said to be no danger lap, are hard to clean. The dust An investigation of six or seven corm whatever to the patient. should be removed by brushing or crops In Taylorvllle, Spencer County, Sudan Grass Kpcrlment. e has resulted in tho realization that with a vacuum cleaner. Sudan grass sown on tho Kentucky Some painted walls may bo wash- the Ilvo aro unusually effective this I ed, but as in the case of all painted year. The stalks are yellowish in Experiment Station farm this year, on surfaces the success with which this color and stunted In growth and aro a small area, impressed tho growers For Infants and Children may bo done depends largely on tho Injured before they are IS inches very favorably. Hogs woro turned paint. In high, H. H. Jowett, of the department In on it about the middle of June En Use ForOverSO Years kinds and quality of tho Because of her rosy checks and tho case of ordinary oil paint, the of entomology, Collego of Agriculture, when it was six inches high and thoy Always bears satin shin a woman attracts the the wall should be rubbed with even made the Spencer County investiga ate it down and they ate it in preference to rape. They wcro taken off Signature of admiration of all men When the strokes, using a cloth wrung out of tion. Tho lifo history of the aphis show3 a few days beforo tho first of July light suds, then rinsed with a cloth young WOmatl wrung out with clear water, and wip- that It depends upon tho brown field and the grass has sprouted up nicely, ritAGic ArniiKXT Jjj peers in her dry, soft cloth. If tho ant so the task for the farmer is to despite tho dry condition of tho soil. L5$5$i(w5i ed with a MAY UK MUIlDKIt While tho agronomists do not give paint is badly soiled nnd stained, a get rid of tho ant. This may bo acglass, she may y n. flno scourer, such as whiting, may 1)3 complished by strict rotation of crops tho Sudan grass unqualified recomKri..t hii.i Evansvllle, Intl., July 23. Tho see p i m p I e s nnd especially to not plant corn in mendation on (.his short trial they seo pollco today started to investigate used. l 11" line" o i Enamel paint (that is, paint mixed ; the sam a field two consecutive years. no reason thfi it would fot fill a tho mysterious shooting yesterday with varnish, which gives a hard, The methods to follow in culturlng long folt want is hog pastnro crop of Mrs. Joseph Brown, living and she im-v- v smooth surfaco and does not catch or are in tho spring; plow deop (about for late summer when othor pasture near tho city. While picking black-borrl"mediately goes hold dust so easily) is dulled by soap, six or seven Inches) and follow by crops aro not available. Where tho in a field near her home, Mrs. of three or four Sudan grass is sown early, a hay ciop Brown was struck in tho forehead by to the drug store for paint, powSuch paint may bo cleaned by rub - 'several dlskings liings first with a woqlen or cotton inches deop. Old corn Holds should can bo out In early July, and tho a rlflo ball and siio was carried home, ders and beauty creams, when she flannel cloth, wrung out of hot water, ' be troated tho same way In the fall, second growth used for hog pasture. whero a physician dressed hor wound. and thon with a clean, dry cloth. 'Tho ourly part of tho season tho nphls Sudan grass sown In Muy, was nearly Her condition is regarded as serious. should go there for a blood mediSpots, stains, ,nnd dirt that will not foods on tho smart weed, crab gruss, waist hipli July 1st. It was grown Tho wound was caused from a cine and stomach alterative known yield to hot wutor alone may bo re- - fox tall and other woods. When It has oi: rich .jud. Iljgs ..uouM ba tinged rffle. No report of tho riflo as "Golden Medical Discovery," moved with a flno soouror, but it once started Its work nothing can beforo turning Into a Sudan grass was heard and tho pollco bellevo jnust be apoiled lightly In order not stop it entirely but frequent culti- pasture or they will Injuro the staud thoro was a silencer on tho rlflo nnd This vegetable tonic and blood vations will retard Its work and nftor by rooting. to scratch tho surface. that tho deod was premotllatod nnd alterative clears the skin, bcauti- cat; not lie wash-- the plant Is ubovo IS indie high tho Calcln iced probably was committed by soma ties it, increases the blood supply Wo Less Suji.tr In .lolllo-- t and .Tunis. onoiny of tho Brown family, tor caa lh"V even "be rublutd with injury oaiir.ot be serious. and the circulation, while pimples, Tho work of tho corn root nphls Is . One-fift- h to a dry cloth without utroaklu the leu sugar a finish. Kcoatlng is for this reason of community Interest and Farmers' can be used in making Jolly and jiuas, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICU boils and eruptions vanish quickly. bulletin S91, covering, tho subjoct, con oxporlments mn.de by household preferable to cluauliit, Ask your nearest druggist for Dr. be had at the Kentucky Experiment in ths Unltod States Dspartmet;t All pavtlos having claims against Pierce's Golden Medical DiscovTobacco AVoi'iii .M1b.s .ppmiiiu,c Station. of Apiculture experlinou'.al kitt.Vn tho estate of II, C Crowo, deceased The tobaeco worm ka a i 1j iu will present samo to me, at my ludlctle ery in tablet or liquid form or send sivesdy and must bo wrluk.'a trU near Fordsvlllo, Ky., on or Aiiuinor "Cuio Allb" Kill 10c. for trial package of tablets to pimnptly lo obtain the bi-- r results Many of the "cure alls' for horees cd by the experiment kltohwi is to add bqforo August IB, 1020, or they will ' Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Uttspoon of selt to each bo forover barrsd. and acoordluF to the best remits in that will expell worms, prsvajit dl- MRS. IDA KBLLBV, the research, areeMaU of lot) li the end stimulate the anjioUte oou oup of fruit Juice for Jelly or iml ' l.Buffalo, N. juost raliifrtftry ImeotioWo. Arstu-Ula lergo amount ofsaty, copper for jam, marmaludo and conserve In Administratrix. -I-us-e- d -- and iron. An over doso may result in sudden death If 'the preparation contains salt and it is given to the ru' horse in soft slop or water. Iron and ate, of lead - safe and effective and copper are Irritating to the stomach and intestines. If they aro taken in not disagreeable to handle. The use of Paris Green has been too largo an amount, poisoning and the generally used insecticide for ma- sudden death result or if long conny seasons but arsenate pf lead con- tinued even in small amounts, they trols the worm more satisfactorily. will cause a gastro enteritis that if It adheres to tho tobacco longer and not fatal will interfere with Indigesrarely causes any burning of the tion and expose the animal to Infec'plant even when to exces3, and tion by bacteria that may bo In the causes very little irritation to the digestivo tract. So called stock tonics and stock skin as the farm hand sprays the crop. Arsenate or ieau is sale anct foods are not essential to success in It is ap- animal feeding; their cost is out of effective in rainy weather. plied at the rate of 3 poinds an proportion to their value; they conacre in powdered form and should be tain much substance'that is valueless; put ou with a dust gun that U largo many are injurious and tho national enough to make force of air so strong loss is great. If salt is necessary, that tho lead will stick on the leaves. feed it In pure form or purchase tho A dust gun, with a small fan, wastes Ingredients of the tonic recommendDust the plant when ed by the stock tonic agent, and give the insecticide. there is no breeze and when tho (lew- it on tho advice of a veterinarian. If is on tho plant. A good hand can the animal is sick, find out the diIt it is dust ten acres of tobacco plants a day. sease and treat accordingly. The arsenate of lead is a deadly poi- a case of Improper feeding, find out son to the hornworm and, altho it what is needed. Agricultural Exworks comparatively slowly, it is sure. periment Stations maintain depart ments that aro working on these S nt 1st Monday In March IS days Com'th. nnd .Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. 1st Monday' in July 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKNDAK 3d Monday in Septembor FOR PRKSHNT Y1UIC When you feel lazy, out of sorts Civil. and yawn n good deal In the daytime, 4th Monday in November 12 days County Board of Education you can chargo It to a torpid liver E. S Com'th. and Civil. which has allowed tho system to r;ct Howard, S. S. 0. C. COUNT!' COUKT. II BRUIN'S cures full of. Impurities Dlv. No. 1 II. A. Owen, Hartford nil disorders produced by nu Inactive Meets first Monday in each month. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. organ, liver. 11 strongmen tnat Dlv. No. . H. C. Lnko, Fordsvlllo. elennsc's tho bowels and puts tho sysCounty Att'y. A. D. Kirk.' tem In good, healthy condition. Price Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunClerk W. C. lllankonship. COc. Sheriff S. A. Ilratchcr. Sold by Ohio County Drug dee. Company. m Superintendent H. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. GofT, Roslno. Jnller Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis Stevens, Beaver D. E. Ward. WOMAN 107 YKAIIS OM Tax Commissioner Dam. Burvcyor C. S. Moxley. FALLS, DKATII ItKSUITS Coroner E. P. Ilodgers. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. (Louisville Herald.) FISCAIi COURT. Mrs. Eliza Jordan, probably the County Board of Examiners: E. & Meets first Tuesday in April nnd oldest woman in Kentucky, died nt Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Mldkiff anfc 10:30 o'olock yesterday morning nt October. Ira Jones. the Oity Hospital, where she was tak- 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachors Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. en nfter a fall several weeks ago when 17th. Sam L. Stevens, Beav she suffered n fractured hip and other 2nd District er Dam. Injuries that Indirectly resulted in EXAMINATIONS hor death, airs. Jordan was iut- - 3rd District Q. D. Brown, Simmons. ith District G. W. Itowo, Center- years old. Common School Diploma May 14' town. Mrs. Jordan was a member of a and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam family noted for Its longevity nnd a Bth District W. C. Daugherty.Unlze-tow- n. nnd Fordsville.. direct descendant of an Indian chiefMay 21 nnd 22 County Teachers V. S. Dean, Dundee.' flth District tain. Examination nt Hartford, (White). She was a native of Carroll Coun- 7th District B. F. Uico, Fordsville. May 2S and 29 County Teachors" B. C. Ilhoodes, Hart- Examlnotion at Hartford, (Colored). ty, having come to Louisviilo twenty-on- e 8th District ford, Route 5. . years ago. She mado hor home Juno IS and 19 County nnd s' with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Howard, Examination nt Fordsvlllo, IIAItTFORD. 729 Franklin street. (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. Mrs. Jordan was twice married, rs Juno 25 nnd 26 County and Clerk J. A. Howard. hor first husband being William HarExamination at Hartford,. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. rison Sampson, who died more than (Colored). Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. sixty years ago, while her second d Sopt. 17 nnd IS County nnd ' was J. W. Jordan, veteran of ItOCKPOIlT Examination at Hartford. tho Mexican War, who died thirty-eig(Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Ilcr. years ago. Sopt. 24 nnd 25 County and State Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Police Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved. (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. "About two years ago when suffering from a severe ntack of summer complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it relieved me almost instantly," writes Mrs. Henry Jewett, Clark Mills, N MV &I Y. This is an excellent remedy for colic and diarrhoea and should be kept at hand by every family. m FOR PERSONAL HYfilENK oe Dissolved In water for douches ttopr SKIIC.M FROM lATIi:XTS pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflammation: Recommended by Lydia E. OW.V UI.OOl) TANKS CTKK Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. healing Paris, July 24. A scrum obtained A throat wonder for natal catarrh, ore and lore oye Economical. from the patient's own blood, is Hu exttaonliiuiy clcaonog nd rxmn. claimed by Professor Odin, of the Vnail. TTm P.itooTcJrt Cnwur, Won. Mm. Pasteur Institute, to bo a positive A Safe Old Fashioned euro for all cases of paralysis, locoRemedy for Worms motor ataxia and tabes. Dr. Odin Seventy-fiv- e yean continhas been experimenting! on this reJ IIBUB USEsnGBBnSBsSUBUsflH uous uie istlic best testisearch for moro than seven years, in monial PREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. tho course of which he has made Keep a bottle always on moro than a thousand experiments. hand. It will help keep Two hundred and fifty centimeters the little ones happy and (nnJ of blood are taken from the patient's healthy. arm, separated into serum and red 30c bottle at your dniKEut's or central store; or if your dealer corpuscles, and a portion of each is Succeed when everything tlse falls. can't supply you. sent! his name and 30c in stamps and we'll In nervous prostration, nnd female heated several times to various temsend you n bottle promptly. weaknesse they ore the supreme peratures. L4S. FREY, KJiiinwe. Hd. remedy, at thousands have testified. With tho resulting serum the paFOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND tient Is Inoculated, and cures are STOMACH TROUBLE claimed In almost every instance. Tho It is the best medicine ever sold musInjections are mado either Into over a druggisrs counter. cular tissues or into tho spinal fluid J Stato-ToachorStnto-Toachohus-banStntc-Teachorsht tho enso of nonacld fruit thin makes the absence of tho full amount of sugar loss noticeable Tho salty taste will disappear nftcr tho product has stood' for a few weeks, hut tho flavor will he much tho richer for tho addition of tho salt. Salt was so us- od In England during tho war, and tho mothod suggested was based on reports of tho process. With fruits of pronounced flavor, or whero Ionian nnd ornngo peel or spices aro used for flavoring thoso with mild flavor, various sirups take tho place of part of tho granulated sugar. Usually half nnd half is tho proportion used iu substitution. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. It. W. Slack, Owensboro. C. E. Smith, HartCoiA'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMuster Commissioner Judge UEAVKll DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennor-CleR. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal K. F. Stevons. FORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonci. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. rk tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal P. Koowu, fEvery Woman Wnnts Mothers use SFreyS J FortheChUdreirL VrwZ& u&e TCI Mill JlJf j?Sn leofric fS itrs hi WILL YOU TAKE OUF? CASTOR A e:psv uneefis GERMINAL REMEDY A SSlWP m ??5? atin Sifn 'WSxEmcP Treatment for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION Mi fcellne, A quick rcllel (or that tired, couch', paths in elicit, nlcht sweats, hemor ihascs, weak tunes or consumption. II tt dots no, help you it coals you nothing. c Lock Box ciev OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBUR O. FOReONE MONTH 'BrfSiSf es ffcCi4 ffpl ' USELIV-VER-LA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. 1 ro ono-quart- er real-donc- o, tr-ai- -.l une-quart- sr Y...j completely displaco calomel in ever home.' Children can tako it freely uti3 with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar anteed. 50c and ?1 in bottles. Nona Cenuino without tho likeness and sigmv' turo of L. K, Grik'aby, For buIo by r " K, B, .WILLIAMa. . HriIXqj; (& Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eytx tern and relieves constipation. A nut ural remedy, natural in its actions, eurt in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo lomr beforo Llv V'Lax will t$g&X,J$V&$ 25igffitiaSliBf r rr"? w a j J , f" A- - money and would return In Juno. R. James. White- somo slight criti- RAIL ROADS SEEK Bankers, nrlstocrats, wealthy womor. cisms woro mndo, ns n whole tho reO.K. TO RAISE PRICES nnd offlclnls placed nearly 500,yi0,-00- 0 port Is complllmontnry of tho managecrowns ($100,000,000) nt hi JEWELS TO HOLLAND ment, which Inspector Jnmcs says Is "capable, careful nnd painstaking, Hoard Claim V;.(IU(l,()00,000 Mutt Ho disposal. They aro still looking for Deficit Mndo HuNed To tho swlndlor. and enforcing rigid economy." by Imto Whrc Advance. Thero is no clow regarding his Tho old mess hall, now used as a JVIost Magnificant Collection girls' gymnasium Is a whereabouts. Tho) only fact estabframo structure Washington, July 22. To provldo lished is Hint he went away wjth nnd nn oyo soro to tho ptemlscs, ho Shunned By The frowns. Two binki have snld. Ho recommends that It should tho tiddltlnnal rovenucs necessary to Dutch. Increase In lost 600,000,000 crowns ($12,000,-000- ) be either repaired or torn down and meot tho $600,000,000 each. Ono woman, who lost roplnccd with a brick building. The wages awarded by tho Railroad Labor powor plant, bo said, Is a dlsgraco to Hoard, tho railroads of tho country hor wholo fortuno, cominlttod suiKnrl SIiiiiiIi, In I,miNvIIIo llcintd. The Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has been tho Institution, bolng unsightly jind proposed today to tho Interstate Com-nicr- cide. Chicago, July 2 J. After being Insufficient. Commission that passenger in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Many' minor repairs captured by plratos while nt sea, .MJsa should bo made and paint, ho said, rates be advanced 20 per cont nnd MINERS ARE ON STRIKE na nas Decn made Under his per-Chicago, July 22. Strikes of dny Knthorlno Dokcochlof, n Itusslan re- Is needed on nil tho buildings. freight rates 9.13 por cent, in addisonal supervision since its infancy. fugee, lins arrived In Chlcngo, with 'ZOKSWZZ Allow nn nnA .vn Aat . tion to tho 27. G por cent previously laborers in the Southern Illinois cohl "vmiic vuu in it., mis. tho story of nn attempt of tho All Counterfeits, Imitations and requested. They also proposed that fields with demands for higher wages AI.MIM.STUAtOIl'S NO! ICtl are but todny had closed more than 20 mines to sell tho Imperial crown jewExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of n surcharge of 50 per cent bo made on els to tho governmeuj of Holland. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. baggago rates in tho Important Franklin County Ml persons having claimj ugainat Pullman faros, excess ' "Tho, Lenlno government hopes to por cent nnd milk tar- coal fields. Reports from tho distho estate of Thomas Morris, doceas-c- bo Increased 20 rcnllzo 'many millions from tho sale increased to tho same level as trict around Bollovlllo said approxiwill present samo to mo, nt my iffs bo Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, mately 12,000 men were idle. of tho gorgeous gems, looted after tho plnco of business in Hartford on or freight rntes. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Tho day laborers, Including drlv-or- s, flight of tho unfortunato czar and Should tho increases proposed to It contains hoforo August IS, 1920, or tho will neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its timber men and pump men, avercznrlnn," said the girl today. "Hol- ho day and thoso previously nsked for bo forever barred. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty vears it has land will hnvo nothing to do with granted In full, existing freight rates age $5.50 por day and are demanding ERNEST MORRIS, teen in constant.use for the relief of Constipation', flatulency, $2 per day increase tho Jewels, realizing thnt their bo advanced 26. 9 per cent and 2t3 Administrator. would , Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fevcrishness chnse might bo construed as openly tho nation's freight bill by $1,355,- : and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids 100 ARRESTED IN FIGHT ON countenancing Bolshevism. 379,075. Tho total which would bo WE WOUM) QUIT the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. KANSAS CITY CRIME WAVE Stones Now In (Vriiiiiny. added to tho passenger revenue un Tho Childrea's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. HOW AHOUT YOU? "Tho gems, which constltuto ono der the railway executives' plan Kansas City, Mo., July 24. Police nnnually. of tho choicest collections of Jewels would be $233,827,982 Boston, July 23. David Nlcoll raided tho Italian quarter of Kansas In tho world, are now In Germany and Pullman charges would go up I Cant, 37 yars old and a bachelor, tho negotiations for their sale arc a year; the revenue on milk City late this afternoon and arrested working for n farmer In Hoylston, Bears the Signature of carried on secretly." would bo increased $8,GG2,089. and more than 100 men In a campaign to Mass., who wns notified today that The girl said her father was a largo excess baggage charges would bo ad- stamp out a crime wave which cul ho gets half of tho $2,000,000 estate minated today in a daring daylight landowner In Samara. Lato in 101S loft by vanced by $1,420,895. In Scotlad, is Just payroll holdup and a warehouse rob tho land was confiscated and tho about his father Plan Presented. tho coolest nnd most collected ber,', In which one bandit was shot family was scattered In Its flight. All The plan presented by tho railroad dead. All were held without bond, Individual in Hoylston. All tho rest wont to Siberia except the girl and of tho town is so excited about Da- executives disclosed that they have pending Investigation. sho has not heard from any of them vid's $1,000,000 windfall that It can estimated the wago award at approxi slnco except thru refugees who told mately $62G,000,000 Instead of $600,- LETTS' GRANDPARENTS her of tho strangling of nn aunt. think and talk about littlo else.coun- 000,000 figured by the labor board. Hut David lias been in this Hatboro, July 24. Mrs. J. R. SnyContinuing hor story sho said: try somo twenty years, nine of Alfred P. Thom, general counsel of der, of this borough, has a Kind You "1 inado my way to tho American which ho has put in farming, so is not tho Association of Railway Execuliving in Ncwfleld, N. THCCHTAUB CBMMMy, NEW VORK OITY, lied Cross camp for Itusslan refugees, easily excited. All Hoylston looked tives, explained that the $26,000,000 J who claims to have more living on Princess Island, off Constantinople to pick up and start for additional was figured ou the basis relatives than anyone in tho state. .nnd secured food and lodging for n for David But David of overtime allowances provided in She Is Hazei Letts. She has ono Scotland Immediately. week. Then I got passage to Martho award. couldn't see It that way. grandfather, two grandmothers, three seilles. Tho proposal of tho executives was Ho had hired out to Farmer Stark and two great Ship Ixiolrd By Pirates. and If ever his boss needed a hired submitted to the commission by Mr. grandmothers, one eighty-tw- o years "Between Datum nnd Marseilles man it Is Just now, when labor Is Thorn after a conference with Its old, and a our ship was attacked by brlgnnds so with ono members. The commission made no who is 104 years of age. scarco and ' Mho held tho captain prisoner and of tho biggest hay crops in years comment on receiving tho proposal 9 .took everything of valuo from the BLACK-DRAUGHnnd did not Indicate whether It would AMERICANS HID GUAYAQUIL waiting to be gnthorcd. T passengers. OF YELLOW FEVER PLAGUE David declares ho will seo his order hearings. Con"It is good to bo in America. billion-dollHearings on the haying season, anyin Itussla. boss through the ditions are distressing freight rate Increase case wero conNew York, July 24. Yellow fever Seventy-flv- o per cent of the popula- way, and perhaps longer. He feels cluded two weeks ago and tho gen- experiments conducted at Guayaquil, White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Coaw sure that tho fortune in Scotland will tion is suffering from dlsoaso or maswaiting. eral expectation has been that the Equador, by tho Rockefeller Institute and Go Bui The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draugsacres. Tho churches in Itussla have not loso anything by a littlo Once the crops aro gathered and Mr. commission would grant a single In- for Medical Research havo rid that been subjected to tho vilest indignicrease to cover both thnt and tho add- notorious seed-be- d Came and Stayed. of tho disease for aro stuck in tho Stark says It's all right. David will ed expenses resulting ties. Cigarettes from the wago the past thirteen months. Guayastart for tho homeland. mouths of tho Images by tho Uolshe-vladvances so as to permit the filing quil had not been free of the menace and horses nnd cnttlo arc housed Dulton, Ala. In recommending Thed- feeling 'after meals. Sour stomach and If you feel "bluo", "No account," of tho new tariffs before the govern- since 1842. Jn tho church buildings." The technique developed in handyou need a good cleaning out. ment guarantee to tho railroads ht lazy, to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking ford's on September 1, under the terms ling tho scourge in Equador will be Hcrblna Is the right thing icr thai It aids digestion, also .TState of Ohio, City of Toledo, neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a of world-wid- e benefit in reducing purposo. It stimulates ihe liver, of tho transportation act. Lucas County, as. InCheney makes oath that he tones up tho stomach and purifies County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver in throwing off Impuri-tie- s. Frank J. Tho total increases from all sources mortality. Dr. Hldeyo Nogulchl, Jackson Is senior partner of tho Arm of K. J. Price 'JOc. Soil by of revenue in each of tho three rail- stitute bactorologlst, conducted tho gelling up In years; my luad is pretty I am glad to recommend Cheney & Co.. doing business In tho City tho bowels. of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, tho Ohio County Drug Co. m road classification territories would research at Guayaquil. and that said firm wilt ray the num of and do, to my friends and I have seen medicines and reme-di- es white. correspond to the estimated Increase mm ONIi IIUNDRLD DOLLAItS for each and every enjo of Catarrh that cannot be of wages In thoso territories and One of the problems connected with come and go but the old reliable neighbors." .cured by the use of HALL'S CATARIMI TERRIFIC CYCLONE would be as follows: ilKDICINE. FIIANK J. CHUNUYT. the settlement of tho Jews in Pales- came and stayed. I am talking ot ht Thedford's HITS NORTH DAKOTA is a standSworn to before me and subscribed In Eastern, $318,729,935; southern, tine is that of keeping the land out any presence, this 6th day of December, a liver msdicine we have used ard household remedy with a record ot A. W. GLUASON. A. D. 1SSC $69,909,495, and western, $237,281,-65- 5. of speculation. It Is proposed to apfSeal) Notary Public. Minneapolis, July 23. A tornado ply tho land laws of Moses for that for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. Hall's Catarrh Medicine In taken In that swept thru McIIonry County, N. terntlly nnd nct3 through the Blood on Under the executives' estimate the purposo. the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send D., tonight, took toll of between eight Every one occasionally needs something on and one that will do the work. proposed Increase in passenger rates for testimonials, free. propV J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. and ten lives and caused heavy "Black-Draugwould yield an annual-returwill relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. of $11). SEES HUSBAND KILLED; Sold by all itruRRlnts. "6c. erty damage, according to a dispatch Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 66S.982 In. eastern territory, SHOCK CAUSES INSANITY and .constipation if taken right, and I know Try Insist upon Thedfrom Devils Lake In southern and $92,332,599 Tho vlllago of Drae was In tho In western. T . HOW'S THIS FOB LUCK? Smith Center, Kan., July 24. See- for I tried it. It is the best thing I liave ford's, the genuine. path of tho storm and many buildTho additional increase in freight ing a haystack fall upon her husband ever found for the full, uncomfortable At all druggists. (j; 73 Tnrls, Ky July 23. An nutonio-TjII- o ings were wrecked. Th'reo lives wero rates would bo 10 per cent In eastern as a result of which he sustained fawas reported lost there. Flvo other per- territory, yielding $182,020,541; 8 5 tal Injuries, was too much for Mrs. bolonglng to L. T. Watson In por cent in southern territory, yield E. K. Davis, wife- of a prominent" HUSK SHOW THAT stolon from near tho Paris Opera sons wore said to hnvo been killed , ed paper for a "pie." Ho stopped sudtho vicinity. poing $33,798,969 and 8.23 per cent in farmer of this county. Shortly folHouso Saturday night. After tho COUKAGE ISN'T DUTCH denly rubbed his eyes and took anTho storm toro down telegraph and western territory, yielding lice had exhausted their resources in $122,551,-20lowing tho accident she became vioother look. The "piece of paper" I nn endeavor to locate it nnd adver- telophone wires and communication lently Insane and had to be removed Belfash, July 22. Motlng was re- was a $1,000 buud. with large sections of tho country The total Increase In freight rates to the state hospital. tisements in tho newspapers had failBailey counted the remainder ot newed In the Falls area of West Belwas feared ad-- i ed, Mr. Watson yesterday afternoon has been cut off. It mt resulting from tho two proposals of fast during tho mill dinner hour to- tho bundle ot "paper" and found that dltlonal reports would Increase tho tho railroads wjio told consulted a fortuno-telloNOTICE. would bo 39.75 por day. The post office was wrecked it totaled $100,000. cent in eastern territory,' 38.91 in him to roturn homo nnd that his ma- death toll. The bonds were Inside a pillow and the police fired on the rioters. In wheat were southern territory Fields of riponing near his chine would bo found and 32.03 In west- Of Letting Ditch Contract, II. A. Ash-b- y the melee n soldier and several civi- caso which the children had found Watson mowed down, according to tho report ern territory. Mr. homo at daylight. District. floating' In the water and towed to lians woro wounded. tonight. Tho surcharge on Pullman fares In began a search and was awarded by received During the afternoon serious trou- shore. e o tho east would be $17,556,108 In the finding his'mnchlno on Twelfth streot. Tho undersigned Board of Drain- ble developed In tho east end of BelADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE two blocks of his residence. It south $5,852,036 and In the west age Commissioners of Ohio county, fast when a mob Invaded a distillery within Kentucky, will on Monday, the 2nd aod tried to get the workers from tho Jiad been loft there during tho night. All persons having claims against $20,931,200. FOR FtETCHER'S Tho Increased charge on hauling day of August, 1920, at 1 o'clock p. premises. Order was resumed only tho estate of G. V. Wise, deceasod, milk would be $6,956,416 in tho cast, m., at the court houso door in Hart- by the arrival of a machine gun deIn ovory home whero thoro is a are hereby notified to present same to $252,115 in tho south and $1,453,-55- 8 ford, Ohio county, Kentucky, let to tachment. foaby thoro should also be a bottlo of me properly proven on or before Au"SCIIOONRK" WAS AMPLE In tho west. the lowest and best bidder, at public may bo need- gust 15, 1920, nt my residence near There was continuous stone throwEVIDENCE OF ITS AGE lUcGeo's Ilaby Elixir. It outcry, the construction of a public ing In Kashmir and Cupar streets this Tho Increased excess baggage ed at any tlmotto correct sour sto- Simmons, Ky., or thoy will bo forever charge was estimated nt $278,888 In ditch In said county, known a3 tho Washlngton, July 24. A postcard afternoon and further looting was mach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum- barred. tho east $180,017 In the south and H. A. Ashby ditch, beginning at a reported from tho New Townards dis- mailed In Wlldwood, N. J., on August is a wholesome complaint. This 7 day of July, 1920. ' It mer small bridge on tho Hartford and tricts. Q. H. BROWN, Adm'r of G. V. $713,090 In the west. 7, 1907, was thlrtoen years reaching remedy, contains no opium, morphine . Ross Ripple road, and the corner 2t3p Revolver firing developed at Mac-kle- 's its destination in Philadelphia, and drug of any kind. Prico Wise, decoased. or Injurious' Xshby and H. A. I between Salllo B. KING SWINDIiER BROKE Sold by foundry, near theship yards. As the police ot tho Eighteenth District 2Bc and 50c per bottlo. BANKS AND OFFICIATES Ashby in lino of R. & I. Ashby, and the workers woro leaving tho founda-r- y thore have asked the Postofflco Dem "After the Democratic nomination County Drug Co. Ohio terminating at a point on Walton's of tho Murphyized national ticket at noon they were fired on by a partment to explain. Budapest, July 24 Tho greatest Creek, on tho land of Alva Calloway, crowd of men said to bo slnn Feln- - The card sent by an anonymous perWilliam Jennings Brynn says that EXODUS GREAT NEGRO 1,662 feet, with Its meanders, ers. Some soldiers stationed near by son, is addressed to Thomas Smith, an SEEN IN GEORGIA CKN JUS his heart is in the grave. But tho swindlo on record has been discover- about party of ed here. A high Hungarian official from tho mouth of said creek, fol- returned the firo. Two of the foun- Elghteeenth District policeman who world famed 'democratic Woodrow Wilson, tho proud and named Martin Jollenok, who was ono lowing the directions set out In the dry workers and ono soldier were died about five years ago. It bears-th-e Albany, Ga., July 24. Tho party of tho of tho prime minister's entourage, Judgment of the Ohio County Court, wounded. picture of a girl Bitting on a hugh of the negro migration from blooded democratic Ashby, et al bo vis- South.tho scarred and seasoned demo- cheated a number of pcoplo, includ- In the notion of H. A. schoonerof beer. South Georgia is beginning to the very ing skillful money speculators, of Petition for Ditch or Drain, now Chamberlain's Colic nnd Dlnrrhoeu ualized bora ns tho roturna from tho cratic party of tho West ponding in said court, a distance of Remedy Figures flower of national democracy is in- 450,00,0,000 crowns (nominally 1020 census aro published. This medicine always wins the good and absconded with a forg- 6,673 feet. It is estimated that jSS nnd Clay counties show side tho Tammany Tlgor of Charles on Quitman there will bo 14.007.OG cubic yards opinion If not the pralso of thoso who INFLUENZA ed British passport. tho former has lost more than 25 per F. Murphy. At the beginning of April rumors of earth, etc., to bo excavated and use It. Try It whon you havo need "What a triumph for this present cent of its population In ton years nnd m starts with a Cold circulated in Budapest that a certain the total estimated cost there of Is ot such a remedy. Is known boss of Tammany Hall! tho latter 15 por cont. It Tiger of Crokor or amateur speculator was. in a position $4,202.12. Said work' to bo, com"The Kill the Cold. At tho fir.t that no serious emigration of tho Kelly Tammany never succeoded in to sell foreign money at about eighty pleted on or boforo Jnn. 1, 1921. "KIDS' MAKE SIUD I'lES or Tweed sneeze take white- population has occurred in the FIND STOLEN BONDS Bond with approved socurlty will Democratic party of tho crowns below tho ordinary rate of exHILL'S InHt decade, and tho pniy oxpiuimuuu putting tho change. Business men wero Incredu- bo required as soon as bid Is acleaving In largo Stato of Now York undoMts paw. is, found In negroes Owatonna, Minn., July 24. "Mud the "Tho Tammany Tlgor of Croker or lous at first, but an order for tho cepted. Tho bonrd reserves numbors. fingers CASjCARAkMlllNIN Kolly ,or Tweed nover succeoded In equivalent of a million crowns ($200, right to reject any and all bids and plos." molded by tho chubby -- . bank rtft-TJEVLJlr crossing ovon tho Brooklyn Bridge to 000 was promptly carried out, and to let the contract for said work In of two littlo girls on the river UNIVERSITY MANAGED or as a whole, as they may hero, led to tho recovory of $100,000 Jelll-ne- k sectlous HAYS stay. the nows was carefully spread. 'SilOMlw' AVEMi INSPECTOR part of tho loot from the Great Northdeclared that he could procure see fit. "Hut In this year of 1920 the TamStandard cold remedy -- for J9 yer ern Stato Bank of St. Paul, robbed -This July 23, 1920. acmoney, as ho was well .?, '" r la iidjci iwjiu Frankfort, Ky., July 23. An ex- many Tiger of Charles F. Murphy any sum of oputee Dream up a tow m i i COMMISrecently. crip In J dart. across the country to quainted with tho Entente officers BOARD OF DRAINAGE k houri relieves It it iaut. clean bill was given the stalks clear ceedingly The tots wero playing "store." As SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY. Monr back in San Francisco and there In tho con- stationed In Budapest. nea intanngemont of tho University of tin in dox nas By S. T. BARNETT, President. Postmaster W. A. Bailey passed them IWIISOI lop vrmi tho middle of May his agents Golden Gate swal In roport on tho university vention behind the tucky In tho picture. 4t3 ho eaw the "purchaser" glvo tho circulated the news that Jelllnek was Attest; by lows tho democratic party whole." At All Drug Stonm made today to Governor Morrow "shopkeeper" a pleco of water-soaMCDOWELL A. FOQLE, Secy. starting a trip abroad for foreign SUn. Inspoctor and Examiner Ilonry New York ItEDS OFFER CROWN Children Cry for Fletcher's t'cr 430,-000,01- (1 co rW; Just-as-goo- d, What is C ASTORIA - arising-therefrom- $43,-039,3- 44 GENUINE ho-J- ng CASTOR A ALWAYS &&fMik In Use For ver 3 The fears ter Have Always Bought THE "OLD RELIABLE" TEiEOFORDS high-price- d, ar ht ki ex-Ilr- os Black-Draug- well-kno- Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- n ht $29,-826,4- 00 Black-Draug- ht. - S. r, Children Cry CASTORIA sorl-ousne- $90,-000,00- Mlw 4 h M4 k- Stato 3 M 4 Jwjr- .. ITW.. WlWffirtWWlJ , ffSBBit ??. mm speech JF1CEPME II declaration for n Republican executive interested agent of Internallonal Justice nnd advancing clvlllmntlon with the covenant of conscience than he shackled by n written compact which surrenders our freedom of action and gives to a military nlllnnce the right to proclaim America's duty to the No surrender of rights to n world. world council or Its military nlllnnce, no assumed 'mandatory, however appealing, ever shall summon the sons of tlds republic to wnr. Their supreme sncrlllce shall only he ncd for America nnd Its call of honor. There Is n sanctity In that right we will not delegate. Disposed as wo nre, the way Is very simple. Let the failure attending assumption, obstinacy, Impracticability nnd delay be recognized, nnd let us find the big, practical, unselfish way to do our part, neither covetous because of ambition nor hesitant through fear, but rendy to serve ourselves, humanity nnd God. With a Senate advising ns the constitution contemplates, I would e hopefully approach the nations of nnd of the earth, proposing that understanding which makes us n willing participant In the consecration of nations to u new relationship, to commit the mornl forces of the world. America Included, to peace and International Justice, still leaving America but free, independent nnd offering friendship to all the world. It Is folly to close our eyes to outstanding facts. Humanity Is restive, much of the world Is In revolution, the ngents of discord nnd destruction have wrought their tragedy In pathetic Itus-slhave lighted their torches among other 'peoples nnd hope to see America us n part of the grent red conflagration. Ours Is the temple of liberty under the Inw and It Is ours to call the sons of opportunity to Its defense." Amerlca must not only save herself. Kit-ropself-relian- t, a, tu sign'. It Is better to be the Ifree nnd dis- 'JEW KEYiTE 'SEjRifilioan Nominee at Notifica" ?m Ceremonies Discusses itoWems Confronting the Nation. "HOLD HERITAGE AMERICAN SAIIONALITY UNIMPARED" Advocates Party Responsibility as Diolingulshed from Dictatorial and sVxitxratic Personal Rule In Referring to League of Nations, Says Vli Do Not Mfan to Shun a Single JSntponslbllity of This Republic to 'OttaHd Civilization Favors Protec-Ki- e Tariff, Merchant Marine, a 5-nArmy, Woman Suffrage and TOafacnal Budget ll TJEuvts, Ohio. (Spcclnl.) Warren re. EiKiIinjj was officially notified hero 11C U nomination as tlie Republican i:aui&ttte for the presidency. Ills vxaeh of acceptance Is, In part, us fol- XUTP3" KiiriiTman "XoQge, Xndles nnd Gentle-tasm- r "The message which you have SicmSiy conveyed brings to me n of TesjoiisIbIUty which Is not aJfrextimntea. It Is u supreme task Hit tttiix,YCt The covenant of n great jjn-?ci-l partj-jthnctivlllcs of which , :Pt : woven into the history of this 3r.ai52ic,-ana very. sacred anil solemn MntStreaViirg 1o utter the faith and ;r.vplrfms nt the many millions who .alltrs t that pnrty. The party i, iias 'charted the way, yet, ww have come to expect that jirtsrjrf-intIoi- i which voices the faith nf'ui&siluecs who must assume specific ren.ll-jssJSs-plnt-fJnoE some-Sjmv- tiastivm 'Committee, Members Members of of TCltfitS. understccd clearly from I believe in party .sswavershlps In government. I believe 'A wsSTy j?ovenimcnt as distinguished .""yretti.TiweTsonril government, Individual, J5saaarial, autocratic or what not. i man Hs "big enough to run this jruitcsudbhe. There never has been 47"L SSu!ii domination was never Tciuqnlllty, stability, depend-riaR?- -all .are .assured In party and we jnean to renew the awjKcsrewes 'which were rended In the taaiirfiJHBfiil war. titeurttzst commltal Is the restoration i3?TMjcntanve popula government. 3tmSr &Awj constitution, through the .vffi-ait the Republican party. Our cHans "(includes more than a chief ex- wJYi. XVe believe In a cabinet of 2&!M.ctsipaclty, egual to the our system contemplates, tin utfite councils the vice president, iwuX.Hlc.lnl if the republic, shall be . w&talSWttstartlelpate. The same vision cordiul understanding and isnmljaateO. activities with n house of 6h?Ts, fresh from the people, volc- .?ji; aife convictions which membersairncjtajm Olreet contact with the elecalong munis, sand cordial TwpCn Atae restored functions of the 'Swataeat to be the greatest dellbern- it.-l&Sy-f the world. "r.Vwiot Ulfflcult, Chairman Lodge. ourselves clear on the ques-cImkit' international relationship. We S&pHteBfcsiua of the Senate, conscious of oaths and ndndful of our Jl3iKiJennl obligations, when we iH5s-r:itastructure at u world super- iCpnisvniiJt'nt"' Taking visionary form, Sot a becoming warning of our iBjrwticn tlUs republic. If the torch ittltijtlonnUst hud not been . JtiannHX, ilie delayed peace of the world --niidrtas tragedy of disappointment and SZvanjptV. misunderstanding of Atnerl- 3. tt3& .'might have been avoided. JRTip IWpnhllcnns of the Senate halted of Independent eminence siw. IsM-leAvaJbiiQcxwui, which It was proposed siw eLraatSKe for an obscure and un- rjn:V yixce In.the merged government tT liuf world. Our party means to tMLTOtit heritage of American nation vaiwuliiqwilred and unsurrendered. TIV wtrld will not misconstrue, we ? niom to hold aloof. We do not nmtai Jo shun u single responsibility of vliiif, Mublic to world civilization. 22ntre3 ijo bate In the American heart. Vt'i 3U.w no envy, no suspicion, no jirrsrSSan for any people in the world. MS'.SmIiI to our rights uud mean to do- ''Vwffi, .aye, Ave mean to bustalu the 'jirstian'"t hls nation nnd our citizens wIBre, iverywhore under the shining b&. yet there Is the concord of uinlty r.UW?puthy uud fraternity li. every There Is n geiiulno uhiil- rrivfci'Jutm. raHtAB In every American breast for a ftawrnrt Irtendshlp with till the world. S.v may re;tdlly sense tlio conscience MaAiut AinerXci. I am sure I under- v.ww&: lie purpose of the dominant KWHV'rft le Senate. Wo were not ti:isito defeat u" world nsplrutlon, --jcifwtQ i resolved to bufeguurd Amer- jiiiu iVeHwere rebolved then, even us tuvtezura toilujand will be tomorrow, to i!ir&.vrve thU iivn and Independent re- - Hturrexs beginning. caxine'be -- f, idSkjrJARDINGjJIsS WMSSBBi gr responsl-IKSnwtTvhi- ttisuie uuT-lcii. k: Jav r -- -- . conscience of thut closes the lUmj wound of worKl war, ami sl- '4he Impassioned voices of in- vjro.tbMiul envy and distrust. Heeding knowing, as I do, the (lis- rfsSa calt-anHAitlonot Uie Congress, I promise you jfxjsceul.and elfectlvo peace so quickly Congress can pass Its fin 1bo csill of the tuctica is peace, peace ttit to sober the world. It must be understood that toll alone mnkes for accomplishment and advancement, and righteous possession Is the rewarjL of toll and Its Incentive. 'There is no progress except In the stimulus of competition. The chief trouble today Is that tho World Wnr wrought the destruction of healthful competition, left our storehouses empty, and there Is a minimum production when our need Is muxlmum. Maximums, not mlnlmums. Is the call of America. It Isn't a new story, because war never falls to leave depleted storehouses and always impairs the efficiency of production. War also establishes Its higher standards for wages and they abide. I wish the higher wage to abide on one explicit condition thut the wage earner will give full return for the wage received. I want, somehow, to nppeal to the sons uud daughters of the republic, to bvery producer, to join hand and brain In production, more production, honest production, patriotic production, because patriotic production Is no less si defense of our best civilization than ithnt of armed force. I'rotlteerlng Is u crime of commission; under production Is u crime of omission. We must work our most and best, else the destructive reuctlou will come. The menuclng tendency of tho present day Is not chargeable wli6lly to the Unsettled and fevered conditions caused by the wur. The manifest weakness in popular government lies In the temptation to appeal to grouped for political advantage. It would be the blindness of folly to Iguoro the activities In our own country, which nre alined to destroy our economic system uud to commit us to tho colossal tragedy which bus destroyed all freedom und made Itus-jlImpotent. This movement Is not to be halted in throttled liberties. We must not abridge the freedom of speech, the freedom of tho press or the freedom of ussuinbly, because there Ik no promise In repiesslou. These liberties are as sacred us tho freedom of religious' belief, us Invlolublo us the rights of life und the pursuit of happiness. We do not hold the right lo crush bedltlou, to stllle u menacing contempt for law, to stamp out u peril to the safety of the republic or Its people when emergency culls, becuuse securlii uud the majesty of the law aie tin. tlrst essentials of liberty. He who Ithreuteus destruction of ihe govern uieutdiy force or Haunts his contempt for lawful authority ceubes. to be a loyal citizen uud forfeits his rlglus u tho freedom of the republic. No party li Indifferent to the welfare e of tho wage earner, lo us his good Is of deepest concern and we eek to make that good fortune permanent We do not oppose but uppcovo collee-tlvburgnliilii, becuuse thut Is un outstanding rlsht, but wo uro unalterably mr-tuno but ours must be the appealing voice Insistent that Its exercise 'must not destroy Ihe equally sucrcd right of the Jndlvldaul, In his necessary pursuit of .livelihood. Any American has the right toVult his employment; so hns every American Ihe right to seek employ-"incu- t. The group must not ondnnger the Individual and we imi discourage Igroups preying, upon one another ami 'none shall be allowed to forget thpt the governujent's obligations nre alike to .all the people. We are so confident that much of the y present day Insufficiency nnd of transportation are due to the 'Withering hand of government opera-ttlo- n that we emphasize anew our opposition to government ownership. We want to expedite the reparation nnd make sure the mistake Is not repeated. A state of Inadequate transportation facilities, mainly chargeable (o the 'failure of governmental experiment. Is losing millions to agriculture; it Is lilnderlng Industry; It Is menacing the American people with a fuel shortage little less than u peril. It cmphnsl.es problem nnd suggests the prcsent-dnHint spirit of encouragement und assistance which commits all America to relieve such it emergency. Gross expansion of currency nnd credit have deprech.ed the dollar Jut as expansion und Inflation have discredited the coins of tho world. We Inflated In haste, we must dcllfttc In We debased the Uulhir deliberation. In reckless finance, we must restore In honesty. In nil sincerity, we promise the pretention of unreasonably profits, we challenge profiteering with all the moral force and the legal powers of 'government und pqople; but It Is fair, aye, It is timely, to give reminder that ilaw Is not the sole corrective of our , economic Ills. Let us call to all tho people for thrift nnd economy, for denial und sncrlllce tlr'-vIf need be, for n nation-wid- e Ugulnst extravagance and luxury to n recommltul to simplicity of 'living, to thut prudent and normal plnn of life which Is the health of the republic. New conditions which attend amazing growth nnd extraordinary Industrial development, call for a new and forwnrd looking program. The American farmer had a hundred and twenty millions to feed lit the home market, und heard the cry of the world for fond and answered It, though he faced an appalling task amid handicaps never encoinitered before. Contemplating the defenselessness of the Individual farmer to meet the organized buyers of his products' and the distributors of the things' the farmer buys, I hold that farmers should not Duly lie permitted but encouraged to association to reap Join in the Just measure of reward merited by their arduous toll. Our platform Is an earnest pledge of renewed concern for this most essential and elemental Industry and In both appreciation and interest we jiledge effective expression In law und practice. We will hall that which again will make profitable pnd desirable the ownership and operation of comparatively small farms Intensively cultivated, nnd which will 'facilitate the caring for the products of 'farm and orchard without the lamentable waste under present conditions. America would look with anxiety m 4he discouragement of fanning activity either through tho government neglect or Its paralysis by socialistic practices. A Republican administration will be commuted to renew regard for agriculture und seek the participation of farmers in curing the ills Justly '.complained of and aim to place the American farm where it ought 'o be, highly ranked in American activities, and fully bharlng the highest good fortunes of American life. Ilecomingly associated with this subject are the policies of irrigation uud reclamation so essential to agricultural expansion und the continued development of the great nnd wonderful West. ,It Is our purpose to continue und federal aid, not In sectional partiality, but for the good of ull America. I believe the budget system will effect a necessary helpful reformation und reveal business methods to government business. I believe federal departments shn-ilbe made .more businesslike and send buck to productive effort thousands of federal employes who arc either duplicating work or not essential at all.-I believe In the protective tariff policy and know we will be culling for Its saving Americanism ugnlu. I believe In u groat merchant murine. I would have this republic the leading maritime nation of Mo world. I believe In a nnvy umple to protect It uud uble to ussure us dependable defense. I believe In a small army, but the best in the world, with u mindfulness. for preparedness, which will avoid the unutterable cost of our previous neglect. 1 believe In our eminence In trude abroad, which the government should aid In expanding, but In revealing markets uud speeding cargoes. I believe In establishing stuudurds for Immigration which are concerned with the future cllizbiiblilp of the republic, not with mere man power In industry. I believe that every man who don the garb of Ameiu.iu citizenship and wulks In the light of American opportunity must become American In heart und boul. I believe In holding fust to every forward step In unshackling child labor uud elevating conditions of woman's employment. ( I believe tho federal government should stamp out lynching und removo that stain from, the fair name of Amer' ica. I bollevo the federal government lneffl-'.cloncy 1 en-lurd - I mH'4"i'4HH',ImHmMm1 I SALIENT POINTS IN SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE i! t "I pledgo fidelity to our country nnd to God nnd. accept the nomination of the Republican party for tho Presidency of the I'nltpil States." "The human element comes tlrst. and I want the employers In Industry to understand the aspirations, the convictions, the yearnings of millions of American "Wage enrners." "The constitution contemplates no clnss nnd recognizes no group. Jt broadly Includes nil the people, with speclllc recognition for none." "We approve collective ." Will Be at These Towns the ! Same Date EACH MONTH Fordsville, 10 to 11, Johnson House. Rockport, 12 to 13, Rockport Hotel. Beaver .Dam, 14 to 15, Commercial Hotel. I $ "Cross expansion of currency nnd credits hns depreciated the dollar. We will attempt intelligent nnd codrageous deflation." natural, "When competition fair Impelling competition Is suppressed, whether by law, compact or conspiracy, wo liult tho inarch of progress, silence the voice of aspiration and paralyze the will for achievement." "I promise you formal nnd effective peace so quickly as a Republican Congress can pass Its declarations for a Republican executive to sign." "I can hear the call of conscience nn Insistent voice for nrinuments largely reduced throughout the world." "Our vision Includes more than n chief executive. We lielleve In a cabinet of highest, capacity equal to the responsibilities which our system contemplates, in whose counsels the second official of the republic, shall be usked to participate." t, Hartford, 16 to 17, Hotel. Commercial J 5 f Remember, Each Consecutive Month I A. P. HANNEPHIN Z t t OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN 522 Cedar Street Cumb. Phone 311 0WENSB0R0, KY. !4 - 4"W mi"I" - H"H'' - H"! - H"I ! ! inM-fr-H- should give Its effective aid in solving the problem of nniple nnd becoming housing of Its citizenship. I believe this government siou!d innke its liberty nnd victory bonds worth nil that Its patriotic citizens paid In purchasing them. I believe the tnx burdens Imposed for the war emergency must be revised to the needs of pence, and in the Interest of equity In distribution of the burden. I believe the negro citizens of America should be guaranteed the enjoyment of all their rights, thut they have earned the full measure of citizenship bestowed, that their Mierltlces In blood on the battlefields of the Republic have entitled them to all of freedom and opportunity, nil of sympathy nnd aid thut the American spirit of fulrnes3 und Justice demands. I believe there Is nn eusy and open path to righteous relationship with Mexico. It has seemed to me thut our undeveloped, uncertain nnd infirm policy has made us u culpable party to the governmental misfortunes in that bind. Our relntlons ought to bo both friendly nnd sympathetic; we would like to acclaim a stable government there, und offer a neighborly hand lu pointing the way to greater progress. I believe In law enforcement. If elected I mean to be u constitutional president, and It Is Impossible to ignore the Constitution, unthinkable to commitevade the law when tal is to orderly government. The four million defenders on land and sen were worthy of the best traditions of u people never wurllke in peace nnd never pacifist In war. They commanded our pride, they have our grutl-turwhich must have genuine expression. It is not only a duty, U Is a privilege to see that made shall be requittcd and that those still suffering from casualties and disabilities shall be abunduntly.ulded and restored to the highest capabilities of citizenship und Its enjoyment. The womanhood of America, always Its glory, Its Inspiration and the potent, uplifting force In Its social und spiritual development, is about to be enfranchised. In so far as Congress can go, the fact is ulreudy accomplished. Hy purty edict, by uiy recorded vote, by personal conviction, I urn committed to this measure of Justice. It Is my earnest hope, my sincere desire, that tho ouo needed stute vote be quickly recorded in the affirmation of the right of equal ifriffrage und thut the vote of every citizen shall bo cast and counted In the approaching election. And to the great number of noble women who huvo opposed lu Conviction this tremendous change In the ancient relation of the sexes us applied to I venture to plead that they will accept tlio full responsibility of enlarged citizenship nnd give to the best In the republic their sulfruge uud support. Ours Is nut only a fortunato people, but u very common sOnslcul eop!e, with vision high, but their feet on the earth, with belief In themselves uud faith In God. Whether enemies threut-e- u without or menaces urlse from within, there Is some Indetlnuble voice saying, "Have confidence In the republic; America will go on." our-evere, n 100 Men Wanted! $27.00 per week. Steady 'Job. 'Brass Rolling Mill Work. No Labor Trouble. Bring receipt for R. R. fare and SEL get your money back after 60 days. Western Cartridge Company Employment Dept, EAST ALTON, - ILLINOIS. Old Use of Mirrors. RUE Mirrors were used by Anglo-Saxo53 women, slung to their girdles. The M'wlck x 8 12 4 same custom obtained tu the time of H'ford Kllzuboti and James I. They formed ) the center of many funs at thut period, KOUDSVIIXK. lleforo glass wus Invented horn was v used. The Biblo Instltuto is in session Massage for Deafness. this week. Some great messages Hearing hns been icstored to more aro being delivored by Revoren,ds J. s of his accidentally than and W. E .Hunter. deufened patients by n Frcncli physl-cln- n W. Thompson Lightning struck and burned Mr. who massages their ears with John Wallace's stock barn, near Narsound waves. rows, Saturday, burning one mulo to HAKTKOlin DKKKATS MAHTWICK death, another Is badly burned and, much hay and corn was also lost. Misses Malcum Wiso and Louisa Hartford defeated Mnrtwlck Sunday In a sluggish battle la which "White, of Owensboro, and Edith Mnrtwlck failed to connect regular- Howard, of Earllngton, visited Mlsa ly. Rlckard allowed five hits which Wise's grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. were well scattered, only two of thorn Jim Davison, Sunday. coming in the same inning. The visMr. Refnus Wbittlnghlll, of Earitors pulled a couple of neat doublo llngton, visited his parents, Mr. and plays which helped to keep the score Mrs. R. B. Whlttinghill, Inst week. down. The .boys played a steady Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Iloyd, of near game behind Rlckard and battod the town, spent the week-en- d with their son, C. E. Boyd, of Rosine. old ball all over the lot. Martwlck has been slaying all comMrs. Mary McCarty, of Owensboro, ers this season and her defeat In attended the Bible Instltuto Sunday, such loud terms was probably due to and took dinner with Mrs. Hclqu the absence of one or two of her Wnlker. rogular men. Nelson pitched a good The peoplo of this town and vicinigame and deserved a closer score than ty witnessed a great electrical storm tho summary Indicates. Saturday aftornoop. The locals play McIIonry Saturday and Calhoun Sunday. On August the BALI) KNOB. seventh and eighth they play Dean-fiel- d and Graham and on the fourteenth and fifteenth Rob Roy and ingSeveral from here attended singat Cromwell Sunday night. Leltchfleld, and Beaver Dam and farmers are pretty busy getting secSimmons on the twenty first and ond. All of tho above games' will bo their meadows cut and laying their crops by. played on tho home grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor wero UOX SCORE. U II PO A E guests in tho homo of Courtlan TayAD Hartford Keown, cf . . . . 4 0 1 0 0 0 lor, Sunday. Mr. Logan Bradley and Roy Ste0 2 4 13 0 0 Dqko, 1st Taylor, If a. 3 1 1 1 0 1 vens will leave for Illinois the last Williams, 3rd . 3 2 2 1 3 0 of tho week. Mrs. Dora Leach and children, of 1 3 Murphree, 2nd. 3 ... 2 1 0 2 0 0 Hartford, gave their old homo peoplo Tlnsley, rf. 1 1 0 3 2 a visit a fov days ago. 4 Leach, ss Mrs. O. W. Gordon spent Satur1 1 4 10 0 0 Gleun, c hor 3 4 0 0 day night and Sunday" with 4 1 Rlckard, p daughtor, Mrs. Olive Taylor. Mr. und Mrs. W. Cook and chilTotal ...,., 31 S 12 27 13 4 AB U H l'O A E dren and Miss AUIeboll Loach visit-o- il Mnrtwlck Mrs. Gertie Dougherty Sunday. Jernlgon, rf . . 4 0 1 1 0 0 Tfyo cool winds we aro having 7 0 2A 4 0 c Hondrix do make ono feel good after 1 1 3 0 0 4 Keys, 3rd 1 0 0 0 0 tho few hot days Avo hnd last weok. 4 .. Herruld, If Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Sandefur spent 1 1 0 0 4 2 Wnrmnn, cf days with Mr. Sandofur's 1 fevornl 1 3 0 0 4 ss Qreen, Garrett, 1st . . 4 0 "0 9 0 0 sister, Mrs. Norval Leach, last week. Miss Ella Moo Sandefur, of this D 4 2 0 0 Morris, 2nd . .', 1 1 0 0 place, visited Miss Ethel Rao Mlllor, 4 0 Nelson, p of tho Mt. Klon community, Saturday, . 35 2; 5 24 14 3 night. Total - 110 k ....:. cor-taln- ly .... ... S 01100303 011000O0 02 -- NOTICE YOUNG MEN two-third- Authority has been given and steps will ho tnkon looking to tlio organization of nCompaiiy of Kentucky Btato Guards at the Court Houso in Hartford, Tuesday night, August the 3rd: All young men properly qualified, who may desire to become identified with tho organization will pleaso attend this meeting. W. D.GUAY. 1- -