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XXXIII ALLIES TO RENDER bo in America HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Poland's existence MOSCOW AND BERLIN FRIDAY, anti-Fren- AUGUST 13, 1920. with regard to tho and independence. No Allied troop3 would be NO AID TO POLES sent to Poland, he declared. It would not bo necessary ho said, It the Polish resources wero thoroughly organized and well directed. 'Threatened Independence tho The next action, continued Premier, would bo to put economic Only Would Cause prossuro upon Soviet Russia cither J Interference by naval action or international action, substantial stores, he said, were available in that quarter of tho world . London, Aug. 10 "I am still hope- which the Allies would feel obliged ful of pcaco," wero tho opening words to Bend to Polland. Roplylng to an Interjection as to of Promler Lloyd George's announceIn tho House of Commons today what tho position of America would ment crl- - b'o, Mr. Lloyd Oeorgo said: with regard to tho Russo-Polls- h "Wo certainly are going to oppcal sis Tho Houso was crowded and the to America. There is, of course, tho tension was high In anticipation of difficulty In America that up to the ctho Promlor's "peaco or war" state- present sho has not ratified tho trea ment As ho entered ho was warmly ty and that tho treaty is tho subject of conflict between tho two great Parchoorod. It is not In our power to say Mm. Krassln and Knmoneff, of tho ties. .Russian Soviet delegation hero woro what vlow the American executive would tako. I am only Judging from In tho strangers gallery. tho tho nttltude of America at the poaco Mr Lloyd George declared Sho was a strong proTollsh attack was not Justified In tho conference. opinion of tho British Government tagonist of Polish Independence. No and that the Soviot Government in man could havo taken a more deterany conditions of peaco was entitled mined and zealous part in sotting up to take Into account tho facts of the Lcaguo of Nations there would be no .attacks ma'do by the Poles upon Rus- difference In tholr general attltudo sia and that thoso attacks wero de- towards Polish Independence." Tho Premier declared thnt up to livered despito tho warnings of the the present Great llrltaln was taking Allies to Poland. no stops to assist In any attack On SoMust Not Partition Poland. viet Russia Inside hor own territory, Tho Soviet, ho declared was en- since tho British Government's changtitled to demand such guaranteps as ed policy wns announced. would bo exacted by any Power Tho Premlor declared that If tho against a repetition of attacks of thnt negotiations with Soviot Russia had Kind. What wns challenged, ho said, broken down because ot tho Uolshewas that "nothing Justifies retalia- vlk attitude and tho Allies had cut tion, reprisal or punishment which Russia off from the outside world goes to tho extent of wiping out nathero would be nn end to any trade tional existence." negotiations. "Apart altogether from the moral "It they want peace," he said, trlght of any Power to demand tho ex- "they can get It as tho London conferpunishtinction of another nation as ence proposal was Intended to estabment for tho aggression of Its lish peace." Premier Lloyd Georgo said, '"Europe has to be considered. Tho JOHN P. HASWELL independence of Poland and its exWINS NOMINATION istence as an Independent nation is an cosentlal part of tho structure of European peaco. Repartition of Po- Victory ReclsUe, Though Vote Wns Unusually Light. land would not merely bo a crime; it would bo a peril, and wo havo to With an unusually light voto pollconsider both theso contingencies as Allied policy was ed Judgo John P. Haswcll, Jr., scorsolo purposo of tho ed a victory In Saturday's primary a basis for our policy." tho Republican The Premier declared that tho election, winning to secure peaco on a basis of Inde- nomination for Congress in the fourth pendence for ethnographical Poland. dlstrclt by approximately 476 pluralHe said the Ilythe conference agreed ity Only 468 votes wero polled In Ohio that tho Allies should advise Poland to negotiate an armistice County, distributed as follows: Has-we- ll to endeavor 274, Duncan 160 and Hays 31. and make peace as long as such InThat Judgo Haswell la a resident of our dependence was recognized. rocommondatlon has been forwarded neighboring County, Breckenridge to tho Soviot Government, the Pre- a high class gentleman of ability and sterling worth, and coupled with tho mier stated. nnd adjaHo pointed out that the Allies fact that he resides within cent to the Republican strongholds ot Soviof that they suggested to the nominaa truce Monday at midnight, but the fourth district irado his accepted in view of the tion reasonably easy of forecast this was not 'a Messrs. Hays and Duncan, Allnsk meeting set for Wednesday. He opponents for the honor and been great and declarod thore had position sought, both made good Imsuspicious delays in coming to a Ho could pressions in this section una tho latof as armistice. strength not Imagine, the Promler said, why, ter developed quite a bit ot desire, to in Ohio Count 4f there had been a real Judge Haswell announces that he itavo an armistice and ncgotlato peace not J., going to mako a thorough canvass tho Soviet Government would this date and Tiave flxod a date at tho latest a week of the district between November election and expects to purposo. the Kir ton days ago for the by Ben John Tho Premier continued: "We aro occur the seat warmed pro- son, in the National House of Repre .ant going to havo a quarrel or many-years.gnose to engago this country in a sentatives, for "lol theso whother it means much or little upon tho dlfforonce between Monday McCON,NELL or Wednesday, and there the Allies ALFRED SERIOUSLY INJURED MAY JOIN FORTUNES Germany May Regain Former Prestige By Red Alliance Paris, Aug. 10. Tho allies havo formally assured Poland that if tho Minsk negotiations reveal a Soviet- German agreement by which Germany lis to get torrltory guaranteed to Poland by tho treaty ot Versailles, tho allies will advance on the Rhine to force Germany to respect the treaty, It was learned at tho French foreign admitoffice. It was ted that a blockade of Germany would be a futilo measure. semi-official- get on the band wagon. EQUAL SUFFRAGE UP Poland may soon have two capitals. TO TENNESSEE The majority of the foreign legation personnels, excoptlng the chiefs, have arrived in Posen, which has evidently been selected as a refugo if tho Resolution To Ratify Giving Womnn Ballot, Due Today, Result Bolshevist troops came nearer to In Doubt Warsaw. JAS. T. MOORE. Mr. Jnmes Thomas Moore died at hl3 homo here, early Tuesday morning, after an Illness of several years duration, though the immediate cause of death' was due to an attack of pneumonia. Brief funeral services were conducted at tho home, by Rev. E. Watt Smith, after which burial took placo In Oakwood, at 11 a. m , Wednesday. Mr. Moore was born January 13, 184C, was a member of the local Christian Church, united In carriage with Miss Prudie Duke, October 25, 1893, toovhlch union two daughter. were born, Misses Elizabeth and Beu-Iaboth of whom, together with Mrs. Moore, yet survive. h, a fair outlet at prevailing rates. Quotations: Prime heavy steers $12.50 13.50; heavy shipping stecra $11.50012.50; medium to good steers $10011.50; light steers $8 10; fat heifers $6.50011; fat cowsr. $7010.50; medium cows $507; cutters $4 5; canners $3.50 4; bully feeders $7010; stockors choice milch cows $80 095; medium $30080; common $40060. Calves Prices steady. Best calves $13 013.50; medium to good $75 10.50; common $405; common rough calves hard to dispose of at un even declines. Hogs Prices declined 25c on alL weights In sympathy with other mar kets. Best hogs 250 pounds un $14 50; 165 to 250 pounds $15.75; 120 to 165 pounds $15.25; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $11.75; 90 pounds down $10.-2- 5; throwouts $11.25 down. Sheep and Lambs Quality of tho lambs continues fair and some strict ly choice lambs that were Included In tho day's arrivals sold at $13; bulk of tho top lambs at $12.60; seconds $7 07.50; culls $3 04. Best fat sheep $7 down; bucks $4.50 down. PRODUCE. Local produce dealers quoto buying prices as follows, net to shipper tho shipper paying freight and drayl age charges: Eggs Candled 40c dozen. ' Butter Country, 34c lb. Poultry Hens 2325c lb.; sprine chickens (broilers) 350 37c lb.; old roosters 10 014c lb.; ducks 10 15c lb.; turkeys 30035c lb.; geese 120 15c lb.; guineas 30035c apiece. . $57; $5.-50- 09; Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 9 Tho Tennessee Legislature, meeting In extraordinary session to act on the Federal Suffrage Amendment, today heard Governor Roberts urge prompt ratification and then adjourned until tomorrow without introduction of the ratification resolutions. Neither house was in session for more than an hour. Ratification resolutions, leaders said tonight, will be offered tomorrow and referred to committees which may conduct hearings. A vote Is not ' Berlin, Aug. 10 The German gov- ernment is awaiting with high interest tho arrival hero of Wigdor Kopp, tho Soviet representative to Germany He Is en route from from Moscow. the Russian capital and is expected to arrive Saturday, altho there is a possibility that he can get here Friday. He Is known to bo bringing highly ' t," ro dls-us3i- on dis-pu- to Continuing his outline of tho decisions reached at tho Hytho conference Mr. Lloyd George said: "It they nogollato o,n agreement ato "Minsk, we do not propose to to upset any arrangement which nccoptable to tho Poles. It Is their 1s affair. I slncoroly trust it will moan poaco, but supposing it did not we havo got to face that." If tho Minsk conforenco failed beaccept cause tho Poles refused to tho Soviet was entltlod terms, which to dictate having regard to the way to in which tho conflict started and Polish military condition, men tho tho Alllos could not support Poland, If tho Premier declared. However, tho upon terms threatUolshevlk insisted ening the independence of Poland, would thon a dlfforent situation inter--von- aro agreed." Outlining tho action of tho Allfes necossary, tho had docldod to tako It takPromior said no action would bo oxcept to support tho struggle tor en Polish independence than Prosldont whatStflsc-- and I am certain that may differences ot opinion there ever Important communications nnd perdecisions by the haps history-makin- g Soviet govornmont. With his return to n Berlin tho relations will become more clearly defined, with all indications pointing to the entering on a distinctly now stage. What that stage will be and bow much of It will become public will depend on the conversations between Premiers Lloyd Georgo and Mlller- nnd, on the one hand, and on the at titude of tho French toward Germany, on the other. With the conversations between the premiers, with tho British conferences between M. Krassln and M. Kameneff and the political winking between Berlin and Moscow, which has long since passed the flirtation stage, and with the possibility of a little talk between the German foreign minister, Dr. Simons, and Premier Lloyd Georgo when they take their vacations in Switzerland, comes tho significance to of history. , In spite of all the dangers attendant on the several points of high tension In the last ten days, and the uncertainties, there Is, for the first time slnco tho armistice, something like a feeling ot satisfaction In Germany, to the assurance that her position Is strong and is getting stronger dally, and that she is still In the European political ring. That feeling has been Instilled by the Russian defeat of Poland, the proximity of the Russian armies to Germany and the fact that the entente seemed unable to do anything against Russia, together with the unanimity of th) German political rattles from the Communists to tho Reactionaries If It buromes necessary t.i fight against an allied violation ot German neutrality It Is openly professed that there Is no fear of a blackade, as the harvest is good. It Is also professed that Great Britain knows full well that a blockade would automatclally throw Russia and Germany together. The demands, openly voiced In the French press, for the occupation ot the Ruhr A'alley, havo met with the assertion that the French would not get a ton of coal If this occurred, nnd that, with the aid of Russia, Germany would again obtain the upper Sllesian Mr. Alfred McConnel, of Beaver mines. injured Dam. Route 2, was seriously Muy Reject Intervention. Tuesday, when he fell under a wagon Just as tho Soviots rejected British loaded with cross ties became and Insisted that the in a chain and was dragged Intervention peace negotiations woro tho wagon for a considerable Russo-Polls- h under liutnnco beforo tho team was stopped. a family affair and nobody else's Ono of the wheels passed over hla i business, thore is a belief here that l.mlv. mancllnK his arms, shoulders Moscow will tako a similar stand in relations. and head. Ho suffered tho los3 of shaplngvRusso-Geripa- n It Is evident on overy hand that tho one ear, and sustained serious Inter nal Injuries. At press hour Mr. allies, by making Germany knucklo McConnoll was roported doing nicely, down at the Spa conference, Instilled considering the nature ot his wounds. the thought in wide circles, hitherto antagonistic, that there are worse ' evils than a condition ot quasi BolIX COUNTV COURT. Thomas O. Raker, of Beaver DamV shevism. recently qualified as Administrator Thru playing up tho press reports ot the estate of J. W. Baker, deceased. of tho cruelties visited on tho GerJ. E. Hill has been appointed and mans In tho East by the Poles, and qualified ts administrator of tho es- dwelling on tho occupation ot Saar by tho French, with alleged atrocities tate ot Eady Hill. W. II. Tomerlln was recently ap- 'perpetrated by tho colored troops, a pointed as administrator of tho es- strong feeling is being built up. Even tho Independent Socialists, who havo tate ot J. A. Tomerlln, deceased. Leo P. Miller has boon appointed heretofore been ot the most friendly administrator ot the estate ot John feelings toward France, have been forced by tho attitude ot Moscow to II. Miller, deceased. Russo-Germnpro-thin- gs Has-well" regarded as probable in either hodse .beforo the end of the week at tho earliest. Both advocates and opponents of ratification, In statements issued after m the initial session, expressed confidence in the outcome of tho fight to KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Tennessee tho thirty-sixt- h DID SPLENDID WORK make State to ratify and thereby enfranTho order of Knights of Pythias in chise the women of the nation in time Kentucky, which has a splendid homo to permit them to vote in tho Novemadjacent o Lexington, tor the unfor- ber elections. claimed thero wfere tunate widows and orphans ot deceased members of tho society, recent- enough members opposed to suffrage ly staged a campaign to raise funds to defeat the ratification resolution, to clear tho home of debt and to cre- while Mrs.. Carrie Chapman Catt, ate an endowment fund for tho bene- president of tho National Women fit of tho home, and we are Informed Suffrage Association, declared that it that the bond hopos of those in members pledged to ratification stood charge have been almost If not quite, by their pledges suffrage would win. Mr. Roberts, in his message, deattained. Rough River Lodge was apportion- clared ratification should be voted ed and asked to raise $650.00, and promptly In order that the women ot the Lodge very promptly over sub- the country might "share in shaping scribed the sum asked for, approxi- the destiny ot the republic." On all sides, it was said, the course mately ot the sum having of the Republican delegation would been sent in some time ago. play an Important part In the, Issue. CROP PROSPECTS ARE Seven ot the thirty-thre- e Senators are AIDED BY GOOD RAINS Republicans. Seventeen votes in the Senate are necessary for ratification Recent and tolerably general rains In the House, however, the membercame in the nick of time to catch ship of ninety-nin- e Includes twenty- crops In this County as moisture was nine Republicans. Fifty votes will beginning to be essential. The cool be necessary for ratification by the spell some time ago coupled with House. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 9. A letter needed rain had a tendency to fur ther retard an already late corn crop, was sent to Gov. Marcus H. Holcomb but since the downpour ot the latter by Will H. Hays, chairman of the Na part ot last week warm weather has tional Republican Committee, in again prevailed and the advancement which the executive Is urged to call a special session of the Connecticut has been wonderful. The rainfall was excessive in some General Assembly to act on the suf localities and a portion ot the County frage amendment, It was made pub received but little, in fact rain is still lie today. needed. The northern section was BLACK PORTER. visited by too much and the southeastern portion lacks rain. Mr. Alvin B. Porter and Miss Edna Tobacco Is uneven in growth with rather small stalk and poor leaves, Marie Black were married at the but the major portion ot the crop Is home ot the bride's parents, near well on the road, to maturity, In fact town, late Sunday afternoon in the as early as it should be, Witht late presence of the family and a very few fall, considering present prospects, intimate friends. Rev. Russell Wal the corn crop bids fair to surpass any ker performed the ceremony uniting of recent years, In so far as quality Is tho young couple. The bride Is a daughter ot Mr. and concerned. The acreage is perhaps equal to the average for th,e past half Mrs. T. Frank Black, a former Ohio county teacher, and for some time dozen years. The hay crop was unusually heavy connected with the Hartford Herald, nnd practically all of It was harvested In the capacity ot associate editor, In good condition, the greater portion while the bridegroom is a son ot Mr. of which has been baled and stored. Will Porter, of McHenry, and a Pasture at this season ot the year was grandson of F. M. Porter, deceased, never better and is certain to con- with whom young Porter resided tinue so for some time, with another while in school at this place several good rain in a week or two from this years ago. The newly united couple for Herrin, 111 , date good grazing is assured through left Immediately season when it is usually very where they are to make their future the poor. On the wholo, tho outlook for home, mm Ohio County Is by far, better than the most sanguine hoped for In the MRS. LOU TWEDDELL VANOVER late spring. ts BAPTISTS CONDUCT GOOD ASSOCIATION rond Run Meeting Full Of Interest, one-ha- lf Rev. Brandenburg Moderator For Ensuing Year. Ohio County Baptists met Wednesday and Ihuuday otthe.preseni vcolc. In their annual Association, with Run Church, near Echols, in a very profitable and pleasurable gathering Largo numbers being la attendance, of both officials of tha church and others as well. Rev. B. F. Jenkins, one of the eldest active Baptist ministers of tho Green River Section, delivered the annual sermon. One feature of special interest was the celebration cC anniversary of tho the tho-Ponth establishment of the Pond Run Church. Dr. R. L. Brandenburg, of Fords-vlll- o, was elected Moderator for tha ensuing year, Revs. Birch Shields, of Cromwell nnd Russell Walker, nt Hartford,, wire chosen as assistants. Mr. A M Smith, of McHenry, wai Secretary and Mr. Wm. Fair, of Hartfota wa elected to succeed himself as Treasurer for the eleventh, time. re-elo- RAIN HALTS WEEK END BALL GAMES- Raln called a halt Saturday to tha game between Rob Roy and Hartford. Both teams went through a snappy work out everything pointing to a. good ball game, but rain Intervened and the game was called off. game with Graham was also canceled. Efforts are being made to make dates with these teams for tho last of August or first of September. Tho locals aro in for a couple of hard games Saturday and Sunday with, Deantleld and tho Legion Team ot Leitchtiold. Tho-Sunda- y VILLA SURRENDERS; GREETED AS HERO San Pedro, Coahulla, Mexico, Aug. Francisco Villa mnchod Into San Pedro Mondr.y night botween the lines of a cheering populace which greeted htm with cheers of "Viva Villa." Behind him came his band of faithful followers, which, with their loader, surrendered to tho Do la Huerta government under terras agreed upon recently at Sablnas. As he drew up beforo the malu pla za of tho Moxtcan town a cheering throng of 3,000 gathered around him, tho chloftaln indicating that he was about to speak to them. "I surrendered," he said, "because further fighting in Mexico meant Intervention by tho United States. "Tuoy call me a bandit. They call me the worst man in Mexico, but I would proserve our nationality by avoiding Intervention " 9. ARRESTED ON SERIOUS CHARGES Deputy Sheriff, W. II. 'Miller, ot Fordsville, arrested Wymnn Brown of Deanflold, upon a warrant charging him with unlawfully detaining a woman against her will. Brown was brought to Hartford Wednesday and in default ot ball, was lodged in Jail. Murvil Whito, of Terro Houte, Ind., was arrested by Sheriff Bratcher Sun day, at Sunnydale, upon telegraphic nformatlon and request of the sheriff ot Edgar County, Illinois, that Whlto was wanted thore upon a charge of rape. (We havo however, been in formed that the chargo was perhaps thnt ot violation ot tho Man Whlto Slave Act.) The Sheriff ot the Illinois County LOUISVILLE MARKETS. canio hero for Whlto and left Wednes day, with tho prisoner in custody. Young Mr. White formerly resldod Cattle Midweek trade was rather In this County, near Sunuydale, Is slow on the medium and kinds and prices hardly as good as ot a good family and in so far as our thoso obtained first day of tho week knowledge extends, was considered butchers found a man ot good repute. Prime bandy-weigSI EN Mrs. Lou T. Vanover died at tho home ot her son, R. L. Tweddell, of Hillside, Saturday morning, August 7th. The remains wore conveyed to Beda Sunday following and after funeral services conducted by Rev Raymer of Calhoun, burial took place In tho Beulah Church Cemetery, in the presence of a large gathering ot relatives and friends. Mrs. Vanover was 69 years of age, a splendid christian woman and high ly esteemed by all who knew her. Sho Is survived by ono sister, Mrs. John Cbinn, of near this place, one brother, John Chapman, of Owensboro, an1 two sons, R. L., of Hillside and P. D. Tweddell, of Nocreek. ht WL DUBIOUS OF OWN SCHEME Wizard Of Finance Will Not .Reopen Office On Old Basis. lioulsvlllo Herald. Lorry A. Jacob3. Jloston, Aug 7. Charles Ponzl, Plosion "money wizard" of Plo Alley, does not dare reopen his orflceb. So ho told mo today In an exclusive "Dy interview. Ponzl said this was not because of fear ot the law; not becauso of fear of failure; but becauso of fear that Jils. success would bo too tremendous, In effect for him to too Iinndlo. We snt In the sun parlor of the beautiful homo the "wizard" has built black-eye- d wife, for hla black-lialrc"Icoslc." Ponzl says his success datcF from his marriage to this pretty siaughtor of a wealthy Importer. Would ClohO Hanks. "I havo another fear that prevents me Irom reopening on my former Tbasls," said he. "I firmly believe that If I announced that I would re open my business at the former rates jiald Investors (GO per cent in ninety Uays.) hardly a bank in Boston could snTyive. "1 suppose," he said, smiling quizzically "you think that sounds as tho am a Tjraggart. But let me assure you that I do not mean to be. Let me explain. "Airy 7lan 1 would adopt would mrcessarily secure the most wlde-spTcpublicity, and the result would" lie that not hundreds, not thousands, lint millions of dollars would pour In every day. I would hesitate to predict what would happen. Thero could, be no law to stop me, as far as IT can Ilnd out. Who can pass a law to prevent a man from borrowing money and paying It back, within a Siren-timwith interest? 37iose who criticize me say that my statements can not be true. They are true and I know that they are d, prevent tho ot Governor taling ST5. Smith, that the extreme unpopularity Tho rciltion alleges that Von? Is of tho Wilson administration will gain Insolvent and that about July 15 he many Democratic votes, and that the traiuf'-ircfa portion of bis assies to a creditor, entire State will bo swept In by a maHoffman, cno Chatlcs jority of Upwards of 200,000, with "with Intent to give him preferment The nninun'. tho result, as Job Hedges has said, over other creditors." tho Republicans next March will transferred to Hoffman Is se; In 'he that inaugurate and not anoint a Presi petition at $3,000. I ! ey wizard," tho friendship or confidence of certain European govern ments, or government officials, mak ing it posslblo for him to deal in foreign oxchango on n tromondous scalo7 That much ho hlntod to mo today as I o.uoatloned him about the "great secret", which, ho says, enabled him to clear $8,500,000 in eight months. Ho would not amplify this hint further than to say: "Tho rea son why the statistics on International reply coupons, abroad can not bo obtained In this country lies In the fact that foreign countries aro not willing to disclose their own sources "v of revenue." Boston, Aug. 9 An involuntary petition in bankruptcy wai filed against Charles Ponzl in tho Federal Court toda;. The petition was Met! by Climb's Cantwell, Jamos r'oriitld and Harry Farrell, who hold r,ot.3 to- NEW YORK UNITED TO FIGHT TAMMANY Murphy's Control Flayed, Complete Overthrow Prophesied Washington, Aug. 9 Now York State is safely Republican as tho re sult of developments during and since tho Saratoga convention, accord In to reports received in congressional circles. It is believed that tho. Republican convention placed a strong ticket in the field, that antipathy to further Control of tho State by Tammany will Bank Commissioner Joseph C. Al-:- n pnnounced this afternopn tint ho had ordered tho Hanover T'u-- . to pay no mbre check of Charles rr't:zf or his agents. y dent. A Traveling Man's Kvperlcncc You may learn something from the following by W. H. Ireland, a travel- I afl ing salesman of Louisville, Ky. "In of 1888 I had a severe attack of cholera morbus. I gave the hotel porter fifty cents and told him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to take no substitute. I took a double dose of it according to the directions and went to sleep. At five o'clock trio next morning I was called by my order and took a train for my next m stopping place, a well man. the summer CLANSMEN DENIED PARDON BY MORROW Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 7. Participants in the Ferman-Bake- r clan fight, staged In Laurel County last year, were refused executive clemen- pv tnrlnv hv finvprnnr ATnrrnu--. Vnr. . dons were asked by John Felix, Steve Ferman, Hugh Baker and Robert Baker and In each case the governor refused to grant the application Tho men were brought to the penitentiary last week and were members of tho prison gang which tho sheriff of Larel county left unguarded and unhandcuffed In the lobby of the Hunt House while he went to tho Capitol to call on the state officials. Tho decision of the governor was mado after a hearing and study of tho cases. T j 11. la 1 w'T ' 9.9 Governor Jlorrow today appointed Vandyke Norman, of Louisville; C V. Craig, secretary of tho Paducah Board of Trade, and Mr. Vandergraff trailic manager of the Louisville Board of Trade, to Investigate alleged In titfe. critics base their conclusions on the fact that government officials say that International reply coupons, which are the basis of my operations, have not been issued in the amounts that I have dealt in them. Secret Is Safe. ""Let mo tell you and them that they can not say that becauso there arc available absolutely no figures and data accessible to decide that oint and probably "never will be." Ponzl ivas Interrupted at this point br telegram. I had a chanco to TooX around the sun room. Handsome caned chairs, tables and chaise launjies were placed in carelessly correct positions around the room, and at each corner of the room were two birds In a cage. "Notice my birds?" he asked, looking at them dreamily' .'I am so hap-In married life that I could not Sicar to see even a bird without a loving raatc." Ponzl has the largo roving, brown yes ol the dreamer. But when ho becomes Interested they snap fire like .My pj Col. William Hayward, who led a negro regiment to Franco during tho war,, has this to say of New York politics: "Much the same lack of vision on the part ot our Democratic opponents, much the same opportunism and quack doctrine is in evidence in their .leadership in New York State as in the nation. Tho Democratic party Is so divided on national issues It was necessary for President Wilson and tho new nominee, Governor Cox, to resort to that 'secret diplomacy' Mr. Wilson so abhors, and to havo a closed door conference, followed by cryptic statements that they are in per fect accord. This in lieu of the 'open covenants openly arrived at Mr. Wil son has so long prated about. "In tho State tho disagreements have gone even further. Every Tammany official damns every other Tammany official. The great Democratic editor damns the Tammany Governor. The Tammany Mayor damns the Tammany Public Service Commissioner, tho appointee of the Tammany Governor, who damns the Mayor in re turn. The Tammany district Attorney and the Tammany Police Department accuse each other of all crimc3 In the category. And each gives competent and material facts ot prove the truth of his assertions. "The importance of all this to the people of the State' lies in the" fact that in these accusations those officials aro nearer right than they have ever been in tholr public lives before becauso of the peculiarly intimate knowledge they have of each other. It Is expert testimony, tho truth of which we admit. It is one league, a 'League ot Damnations' that the Republican party ratified with- Sonator Harding, which It puts as follows: "Is ho for tho ratification of tho covonant and tho loaguo of nations with the Lodgo reservations for which ho voted twice In tho United Statci Sonnto? "Or is ho against tho covenant and against tho reservations for which ho I twlco voted? "For or against? For or against' If tho rcpetlvo Inquirer should cast its eyes over Senator Harding's speech ot acceptance It could answor by itself, without Harding's or anybody's help Evidently not. If tho roltern-ttv- o questioner should shuffle Its mind over toward Senator Harding's words it could answor by Itself Unquestionably not. If tho Jumpcty Investigator could keep Its mind on Sonator Harding's words for ono minute it could answer by itself Absolutely not. The Wilson covenant of the loaguo of nations with reservations was tho best that could bo hoped for ri3 long as its creator was in the Whlto House. But with Mr. Wilson to bo out of tho Whlto Housc.Sc nator Harding said: "I promise you formal and effective peace so quickly as a Republican Congress can pass its declaration for a Republican Executive to sign." CfafiSdresTi Cry for Fletcher gffiBSBSfl 7a. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has tcca t-z. in use for over over 30 years, has borne tho cfgnaturo of and has been maae under nis pcr- sonal supervision Blnco Its Infancy. 7&&M4Z Allow no one to deceive you In this. " are but Counterfeits, Imitations and All Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-us-go- Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. neither Opium, Morphine uor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has lieen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Tanacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUSNE Senator Harding said: "It will avail nothing to discuss in detail the leaguo covenant which was conceived for world supergovcrnment, negotiated in misunderstanding and intolerably urged and demanded by Its Administration sponsors, who re sisted every effort to safeguard America." Senator Harding said: "With a Senato advising as the Constitution contemplates, I would hopefully approach tho nations xf Europe and of tho earth, proposing that understanding which makes us a willing participant in tho consecration of nations to a new relationship, to commit tho moral forces of the world, Amorlca Included, to pcaco and International Justice, still leaving America free, independent and CASTORS A 'Bears the Signature; of ALWAYS la Use For Over 30 Years THK CENTAURCOMf The Kind You Have Always Bought self-relian- t." Get Well! Your Blood and Nerves Need Iron The most powerful and beneficial tonic m all medicine for the blood and nerves is iron. High mrdical authorities agree on tins. Hut it is a mistake to tako any ordinary form of irou ami expect to get satisfactory result;. Most of the common forms of iron are what is known in Kicncc as 'inert" becauso when taken into the human system they exert no action whatever. Perhaps thi.s is why been disappointed when 3 on havo you liavft taken certain pills or tablets or tonics said to contain iron. TI:o new way to iron to tho blood the surest and most dependable of nil iiu'lhud. is llirnucli the ue of Aciil Iron Mineral. This is a iiaiurai lora 01 soiuuic iron, louna For Sale by OHIO COUNT!' DltUC rer-tor- Senator Harding said: "The program is specifically Am erican and we mean to bo Americans first to all the world." This guarantee, "Tho program is specifically American" and eternally lets out President Wilson's nightmare b,f internatee-total- in Nature it?clf, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents. The story of tho discovery ot this new form of iron rciuN almost liko a fairy tale and medical science has proved bevond'ouettion or doubt its g remarkable powers. blood-makin- tionalism. Now York Sun. o discrimination against the State of Kentucky. The commission was named under a resolution passed by the last session of tho.Genoral Assembly calling for an investigation of freight rates on tho Tammany placed Alfred B. Smith in bugs. He Is very courteous listening grounds that Kentucky was being tho Executive Mansion, not only will 3jct ibis youth he studied medicine at it try to do so again, but it loudly discriminated against. Naples. Governor Morrow today addressed proclaims that It nominated Cox as "J)at," ho added, "I can not say a candidate for the communication to Craig asking him the Democratic that 1 Old much studying. I was lit- to call tho commission together as presidency. tle more than registered there. I soon as possible, the meeting to bo "That is only ono side of tho TamIilaycd "hookey" most of the time. held' many menace. Beyond that Is tho InIn Louisville. And always J dreamed of the success tegrity of our electoral franchise. thai was to cume sometime, I knew OX CHANGING ONK'S MIND Novor before today havo wo faced not how but somehow. Of course, such a disturbing condition. U juintSimuiuu i.ui yusaim, If you brag that after you ,,av0 "This year for tho first time in the feaue encompassed the success 1 havo niado up your mnd you nover change history of tho City of Now York, Tam""-- " it, you boast that you aro standing many is In control of all tho olection Mall htrcet irientiiy. TilIngs are happening Btm a machinery. There Is a Tammany ,,, , th(J world t,jese daya with Governor, a Tammany superintendent uuuuuu mo u.u ieiuKruiii no Force3 rind received after I had promised to iong lnvls!oIo are becoming visible, of elections, a Tammany District Atkeep tho iiamo of tho sender secret. Insttutlons are being shaken. We torney, a Tammany Mayor and a Tic esago bore tho signature of a have seon for exaiupl0i tho faU ot Tammany Police Commissioner. o wOMwown Now York financier, ,nonarchst 1(lea after centuries of "It is a warning and a portent of ins for nn appointment to talk over U)lci,alleiigod power, what wo may expect. It Is an addiwith Ponzl a plan whoroby Ponzi tional reason to gird on our armor If you Judge peoplo by first would add to the immense fortune ho hang with bulldogHtub-bornes- s and fight for tho party of principle" claims to have made. c to your Judgments, you aro Ponzl smiled. "I think", said ho. certain to make mistakes. They "that Wall street is getting moro fav- thought Lincoln wasn't brilliant Catarrhal DeafnessaaCannot Be Cured they cannot reach orable and I know that Wall street onouch to be nresldont because ho by local application, ot th ear. There la the UUaaaad portion only on way tocure catarrhal deatneai, vawrtU set enthusiastically favorablo WM unga,nly ot f,BUro and unpoilsh. and that U by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Dafneu Is cauied by an Inif XVuV i4rcot know my one,great so- - d of manncr. flamed condition of the mucous llnlne of When this cmt. If you Judgo ideas by first impres- the Eustachian Tube.rumblinc sound tubeim-la or Inflamed you have a Is entirely "I nine been offered $10,000,000 perfect hearing, and you cov,ct yourself ot havlng closed. Deafness la thewhen It Unless the result. mt that secret and my business and 1 an llloa.proof braln. Welcome be reduced and tho Inflammation Itcan normal condition, this tube hearlne restored to nmrj uccept, but I do not think so. nGW ,doa whoover 1)re80nts U to you. will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, whichsur-la shall reopen my offices Chock ,t "7ttink wJth your old ,del8 and an Inflamed condition of the mucous Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts :i',w " government investigation wjth your rapor,8nco and knowledge, faces.blood on the, mucous surfaces of thru the the and ijoaaiict it on a 10 per cent in- oa,t bo afra,d t0 8ay t0 tno oUl0l. system. will Rive One Hundred Dollar for We aro.t bttnU every six months. That ,fomv. Vou.ro rlght x.m wrong. any case ot Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. CirS conservaUve enough to keep the Don,t I)0 70c. afrald to thlrVk. Loulavlllo cular free. All Drupilsts. CO., Toledo, O. F. J. CIIENKY A rniuiey from flooding In and yet,jjornjd acrrotiK enough to make inn moro mil-- 1 mm KDlTOItlAL COMMKNT Ifiuns until foreign oxchango is adjust- The llcht l'lij'Nlc. ask-;tnj ' j 1 freight rates out reservations. "But because they are washing their indescribably dirty linen in pub lic now, does not mean they will not present a solid front when the time comes to open another grab-ba"Tho people of the State know Tammany Hall. It was never a greater power than It Is today. So low has tho Democratic party fallen In State and nation that sot only has g. of a man who had conquered his proH Judlces against third terms. He had new photographs taken; he showed himself on the streets of Washington; his demeanor was that of one who had begun again to tako notice. But no call came. And then, In a spontaneous way, the principal members of his official family blossomed out In favor of thq nomination of But the the President's alternative plan also encountered a Host. Mr. Cox was n.uninared bo- cause, so the correspondents said, ho nas the aspirant leas: conuuctcil with t) e Administration and because alleged molstness mlgct briu.--j an Issue nut u part of u the front which Wllsonism. At Washington effort has since beon directed for three week to converting dereat into victory that Is tw say, to rapturing and annexing Brother Cox Success seer.'S to have bien pita!) td. Tho candidal ws.s subtly enwloped,v and, dcjp;t'i Ins sqiil.mins, may now bo reganler: u jeconcll.d '.o 'no plan tin the campaign shall turn on the lssuo of whether Wllsonism is to bo Indorsed or repudiated. Governor Cox Is no match for the President in politlcsl finesse, and when It was hinted that he must chooso between Whlto Houso friondshjp or hostility ho surrenderson-in-la- w In tho days before the meeting of the San Francisco convention the President gave an excellent Imitation aucr starling treatment. CO, Incorporated, Hnrtford, Acid Iron Mineral may be procured in either liquid or the moro convenient tablet form nt nny drug store. It contains no alcohol or injurious ilrugH and will not blacken tho teeth. It has been especially noted that pale, puny children, weak, n persons and thoe enfeebled bv aeo snow improvement and exhibit in- creased strength almost immediately run-dow- Ky, F??ESSHaK5KHH iy 33 U Black-Draught, jf D EVER BILIOUS? vi k Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Hcins, of this place, says: "I have never had io use very much medicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would take a dose or more of and it would straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for years THEDFORD'S ed. and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am glad to do so." is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, sbmach not right, bad &sleJnJ(olrJrInou' biI,'"s, or have a headache, try At all Druggists. Black-Draught Black-Draug- -- i r r. Tho way tho President has extricated himself from tha position in Always whit h ho was left !v fie gai: Frauds o) 'invention ! highly skillful. It shows that In closet work ho Is most Ho has saved his prido resourceful. and has tho satisfaction of escaping' I hi tho caao or Harding, tho G. O. P. Now York Trloune, humiliation. managers say they "lovo him for tho enemies ho has made" and they count on his senatorial record winning moro FOR FLETCHER'S votes than It will turn away. Wo f shall know moro about this after tho olection. Insist on the Genuine! 1.77 (ij g MMW&EK'7i CliilcLren Gxy CASTO R A XO SKXATOlt WAS KVKIt KMiLTKI) TO lMtlCSlDKXCV vwl miiTi flin luiRtnnsn ended ' ' Ana "hero Ponzi drow his drosslng Kown tfbout him, called his Italian juler to notify his stenographer that 5m was ready to begin work and to loch tho door and disconnect the artiwio, und hade mo "good mornlag." Jflas Chnrlea Ponzl Plo alley "inon- -' when you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlain's Tablets. They aro oasy to tako and mild and gontlo in effect. They aro highly prlzod by i peoplo who havo bocomo acquainted' with tholr good qualities. They only coat a quarter, i m J It Harding should bo olectcd it would establish a now juutoueiu, slnco every senator who has hitherto run for the presidency has met with defeat. Tho leadors ot both parties have always been opposed to putting up senators on that account. Tho Republicans know about tho senatorial handicap of course when thoy A Wilson organ, perhaps on tho choso Harding, but thoy took him in wholo tho ablest, tho most militant splto of that. Tho reason why senand tho most genuine Wilson organ ators havo novor boen favorites as Is that in the country, never registering Its presidential standard-bearer- s porforvld dovotlon at less than 120 they havo made so many speeches and In the shade, gets up, sits down and voted on so many bills that they usugets up again to ask ono question of ally havo mado a lot of enemies. Dut ,.. Sorgt. John II. McClasky in tho Marino Corp3 horo today, especially for Philippine sorvlce. The Negritos of tho Philippines n cut bamboo whistles which they to fonces around their rico fields, according to McCiaskv. Whon tho wind blows thoy produce a woird, Surgeons agree that in cases of screeching sound which keeps away Cuts Uurns, Bruises und Wounds the birds that are destructive to tho First Treatmont is most Important. ' rmn ' When an officlent antiseptic Is annit. . c , i iMCUinrKy 1188 JUSl UIIIsh- ,!,. I uuuger ot ed uuBuiu with tho a term Mnrlnos In tho 'infection and tho WUOnd begins to Orlnnt nn.l ,.,in .. . M,n hoal at onco. ror uso on man or ,... . ....... . IOr w" 'aV,ng boVt. Dorozone is tho Ideal Anttaop.; fa . ... .. a ...... ..vuituf, Atjciii. uuy u now .... o,i Tiooii.... and bo ready for an emergency. Price SJ 2Gc, 50c, 1.00 and 1.C0. Sold by When tho baby is suffering tho Ohio County Drug Co. , j double affliction of hot woathor and bowoj disorders, tho romedy noedod l'jiii'irriM': koakciiow Is McGeo's llaby Elixir. It reduces ATTIfACTS THIS MAUIM tho feverish condition, corrects the stomach and chocks loosenoss or tna San Francisco, Aug. bowels. Prjce 25c, and 50o por bothis soul had become attuned to tho tle. Sold by Ohio County Drue Jazz music of bamboo rlco whistles, Co. m- fas-to' ,... ....... """" .. nr k VILLA TO RECEIVE VALUABLE ESTATE maining fingers until n short tlmo ago whon ho had to have his left arm cut off. It is said that furtlrcr operations may have to bo performed to save his life. TO SPREAD CONSTITUTION llr i ' ' jr ' - To placo a copy of tho constitution of tho United States "in oach of tho 20,000,000 homes In Amorlca" is tho puiposo of tho now Constitutional San Pedro, Coahulla, Mexico, Aug. Lasur. of Amorlca. Anion t tin diC. Under terms of his "uncondition- rectors of the lcaguo aro former secal" surrender, Francisco Villa, Mexi- retary ot tho Interior Lane, C E. and can bandit leader, will get a huge-- es- Hughes It is the desire of the tate at Canutllln, Durango, wlioro he Wickersham. (or the remainder ot league to bring about n more general will bo guarded his lire by fifty ot his trustod fol- knowlcdgo of tho constitution and to lowers, who will bo paid by tho gov- pneotnag Its use as a mod'd for self-gohiiikmU in Industrial plants mid ernment, It was learned today.. Villa's surrender will cost tho Mexi- cUewhfra can government two million dollars Bold, according to estimates, SAWDUST j Villa, with 900 officers and men, Is enrouto ovor tho desert to San PeIt Is a very unpleasant sensation dro from Cuatro Clenegas for final ar- to hnvo sawdust thrown Into your rangements for his surrender and dis- eyes, isn't It. Fow'of us fail to rearming of his forces. d story of the hemember that Ho will reach hero Monday and ro who foiled tho vllllan by'resortlng then march to Gomez Palaclo where to that bit of strategy. his men will bo disarmed and receive Every American citizen today is a year's pay prior to being given dodging a blinding storm of sawdust, farms where tho men themselves In the form of propaganda thrown to thruout Mexico. Part of them tho four winds by a clique of politiwill bo In the Northern tier of states. cal manipulators seeking to hldo tho shortcomings of a party and an adSpies Ever) where. Villa has spies In every Mexican ministration that need to bo brought town and hamlet and these also aro to an accounting. Theso Democratic false witnesses en route to Gomez Palaclo to share In are playing a game. They bellevo it surrender terms. tho Tho personal guard of fifty men w'lll succeed. They are ready to carVilla will select, It Is presumed, from ry It to tho limit. It is their party's among his most trusted officers, thus trump card. It Is this: They nre try to blind tho public to the keeping a nucleus for another revolutionary army If ho becomes dissatis- trus Ifceuoe of todny in this country. They have tacked down tho black fied. Tho guard will ho paid according cover of propaganda upon tho record to the rank tho various officers hold of an administration that is defunct. under Villa, and can not be displaced, They have constructed great shields according to the official agreement of empty promises and future good Gen. Eugenlo Martinez made public Intentions to hold back the winds of public wrath which are certain to hero. blow. Word of Honor Exchanged. Bring them to faco a truly great Issign According to tho agreement, sue, and they dodge. Thoy prefer ed July 28, Villa gavo his "word of to Jump nimbly from one thing to anhonor" never to fight against the con- other, circle around subject after sub or against stitutional government ject and lead their interrogators a Moxlco. and Martinez gave, his word morry chaso ending at tho same placo ot honor that the conditions agreed they started only iarther away. on would bo compiled with strictly. Today's fieed is for mon who will Tho agreement creates In Mexico a faco the issue and meet It; men who situation paralleling that rosultlng In' wjll restore to our government its set tho United States from tho Indian natural functioning processes, who tloments. power with reason, take la an Inde will level Villa. In surrendering, away departmental and executive aupendent as ever. Federal government tocracy and bring back a sane balancnccnts for days following his assent ing of authority. Inir to tho surrender agreement were Tho Democratic dictatorship would unadvised as to his whereabouts. That seek to hldo this need. Brought to eavo rlso to many rumors tho sur its knees in the faco ot defeat upon rondcr had not occurred and that one issue, it brings forth another onVilla had tricked tho government ly to be humbled, again and bring forth a third. Theirs is a system of to an artistic degree. Mnrlrn C!ltV.' AUC .7. A COllimlB- - pussy-footiBinn of Lower Calltornla today sub Desperate they aro clutcaF at the mltted to Provisional President do la. last straw. They aro scattering sawUimrtn. a list of names from which dust. But the public has had experience. ho Is requested to select a governor state to replace Bsteban It demands that tho Democratic parot their suggested wore Carlos 'ber-stol- ty and Its henchmen-In-offlc- e stand David Zarato, Klcardo Pomero trial. Tho Issuo is: Does America want and Epigmenio Ibarra. All aro busia dynasty or a Democracy? ness men. There is an issuo the Democratic Mexico City advises on July 30, arrival ot the commission party cannot straddle. there, stated that Its mombers in" sisted tho state executive should bo Sweetness of Revenge. a native of Lower California and that Timothy Brown was a commercial thoy claimed Governor Cantu w?s traveler and a valuable asset to his not. Recent reports have mentioned employers. On one of his periodical rounds ho efforts on tho part ot the provisional Government to dissuade tho Lower Included In his list ot calls a certain by nnmo California executlvo from continuing yarn merchant, Jonas Perkins Individual a crotchety, a reported revolt against the govern who Invariably treated Timothy with ment. tho greatest of discourtesy, and who on moro than ono occasion had torn INTEREST HEARING NOTE his card up In his presence nnd 1,000 YEARS OLD FOUND thrown It on the floor. As becomes a good commercial traveler, however, Philadelphia, Aug. 7. An unpaid Timothy was undaunted nnd vowed to note for four Bhekels In silver bearing bo revenged. In due colirso he called on his friend 40 per cent annual Interest for nearly years recently was found among ngaln and presented his enrd." 4,000 "Halloa 1" shouted old Perkins, givthe- - clay tablets at tho University of by Dr. Leon ing the enrd tho usual wrench. "What Pennsylvania Musoum the " Hut hero lie Interrupted himLegraln. The note was given by a self with a yell of pain, accompanied to II man named Bur-Maby n miniature war dance. In October, 1902 D. C, tho Timothy's enrd was made of cnam--Jeoctfn I London "year in which King Itim-SI- n -- o cupied tho town ot to the There wore four witnesses WILL GIVE BETTER note. Instead ot signatures the witTRANSFER SERVICE 'docunesses placed their seals on the ment and wero not liable for paymont unless it was shown they know the On and after July 1, 1 will bo able a was bad whon to give you 100 per cent bettor transcharacter of thoy swore It was good. fer service between Hartford nnd Altho comparisons aro difficult, Beaver Dam, for tho following reaDr. Legraln said, a shockel of silver sons: I will operate nothing but clean, at the time tho note was made was equal to about ?100 at the present easy riding cars. You will not bo compelled to wall time. whllo tho mail is being loaded. You will not ho compslhd to r'de A SIAllTYIt TO In a mall truck with the dirty mail rt bags, Dr. Vaillant, a French I will bo able to ftart promptly on who has worked In tho radiogru-phi- c department of a Paris hospital time, as I will havo no mall for for 15 years has lost both hands, as a which to wait. I appreciate your patroungo while burns. Ho has also result of undergone yoars of pain and has suf. I was handicapped by tho mail confored greatly from Inability to sleep. tract, and assuro you that it Is with It first became necessary lo amputate pleasure that I ann'ounoo a better his right hand. Then three fingers service for you. Respectfully, had to be romoved from tho other. J. E. CURTIS. . Ho continued working with his re v 50 Followers Of Bandit To Act As Guard At Mexico's Expense Sav Money Put Goodyear Tires on Your Small Car j ,.' 'ffn . k ' tl M, ,, .n ,o aM iiilT v , Avoid disappointment with tires made to be sold at sensationally cheap prices by using Goodyear Tires built to deliver maximum. mileage at minimum cost.' oft-tol- ' &" !!;) The high relative value built into Goodyear Tires, of the 30 x 3- 30 x 3V2', and 31 x sizes, results, from the application of Goodyear experience and care to their manufacture in the world's largest tire factory devoted to -, 4-in- ch v.- - -- - these sizes. Such facts explain why more cars, using these sizes, were last year with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. factory-equippe- d des-Ignn- to -- V,. .'- - ? 15 . If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell or - Dort, take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy true Goodyear mileage and economy; equip your car with Goodyear Tires and Heavy Tourist Tutjes at our nearest Service. Station. . tf SOO DVEAIV VW-- -- f 30 x 3V Fabric, GoodyearDoublc-Curer c Tread e g5cn vjL ilcn Ll. 30 x 3l Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread J Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings when such sure protection is available? A 50 30x3Vfc tkc III nntrrpfnnf hn I ng onn-tu.Tho- n, Sln-.nutu- m d Tit-Bit- s. Dur-Mam- ox-po- x-r- and when completed it wilt be ono ot EARTHQUAKES IN U. S. arbitration agreement. the largest dams on the Western rivJapan was It is lenrned here that Ordinarily there are from 199 to ers. Several government officials approached by the United States conWOULD RENEW PACT 200 earthquakes annually in the Unit inspected the dam today. Moro than cerning the signing of a similar agree- ed States but in 1919 there were only 250 men are now working on tha ment. Viscount Kato, who was 87, according to a bulletin of the de- locks and dam day and night. --. minister, expressed Japan's partment of agriculture. Most To Block England From Any foreign for permanent peace with the quakes occurred on the Pacific of the STATE FAKM LOAN POPULAR. coast desire Row With U.S. Is United States but the Japanese gov where slight earth tremors are com Under the now Oklahoma law mora ernment has never followed up the! mon place. There were' 20 quakes In Desire . of the United the region embraced in southern 1111 than 8000 citizens have applied for official suggestion States government to arrange a trea- - nols and Indiana, western Kentucky state loans to purchase farms. About e, ty. and Tennessee. There was one' In $1,000,000 is available for this Tokio, July 2 Viscount Koto, fornotes to run for 20 years, hearOno treaty concerning arbitration Missouri, two south of Wichita, Kan., merly ambassador to England, in a already exists between Japan and the and one around Washington, D. C. ing interest at four per cent. Borrowers must have been residents at recent Interview declared that altho United States. It was signed in 1908 the stato tor two yeara or moro, and GUN IN AIRPLANE the arbitration treaty between Eng- renewed in 1913 and in 1918 was exowners of not more than 40 acres ot This agreement reland and the United States was not tended to 1923. Land purchased by one perA gun to fire through tho propel land. fers only to differences which may ratified by the Senate and the result arise of a legal nature or relating to ler shaft of airplanes was designed by son under tho loan act is limited to aimed at unaccomplished, that it was existing American engineers to bo used by the 160 acres. Japan who proposed the Insertion of the interpretation of treaties m ; between the contracting parties. Such U. S. army in the late war. Like sevallia clause In tho WOULD UNITE FIVE NATIONS matters' are to be submitted- to the eral other valuable wartime' inven ance which would romovo tho risk of Hague tribunal. tions, however,' it was not developed England's becoming Involved In any permanent A plan has, been submitted to ILo In the course of tho Interview to a practical stage in time to be us dispute between the United States and The gun's Jack governments of Guatennl'i, llonac-ra- s, ad- ed in actual combat. above referred to, Viscount Kato Japun. Nicaragua and Costa lttia by En. could name no specific ob- et fits inside tho Bhaft of tho propel to Is Artlclo VI mitted ho accomplished by Tho clause referred gun which has a boro of Paredes, minister of foreign affairs ject to bo tho renew- ler. Tho of tho nlllanco which provides that, alliance, but ono and a half Inches hurls Its armor of Salvador, urging a conference for party concludo a treaty al of tho should either thought its renewal would be an piercing projectiles right through tho the purpose ot laying plans for d. ot general arbitration with a third he ts union of tho five nations. TUa act of prudence on the part ot both shaft. power, it is agreed that nothing In for discussion proposed are tfia t nations. tho agreement should imposa an obunifying of tho texts of the various "It has been In existence" for twenf'Whnf .Hfl vrtiir lmahnnrl env whpn go to war with" tho power ligation to constitutions, the cqulllzinK o tariff, ty years," ho said, "and it has been you gavo him that e neck with whom such an arbitration treaduties, tho codifying 'ot substantlva If it Is not tie?" useful for both countries. ' ty Is In force. Interchange of products renewed, the position will not be the very long and laws, free "Why, ho looked at it Diplomats Differ. and tho adoption of a uniform sn'mo as if it had never ibeen made. then said, "No other eyes shall feast A difference of opinion appears to Tho plan Is indorsed The tendency will bo for tho two .themselves on this loveliness." oxlst in Tokio diplomatic circles as by tho president of Salvador and UE apart." countries to drift m to the actual ccopo qf tho cablneand Is commented favorably AMEIUOA RETURNS 2,801 treaty. Tho arbitration on by tho press. BODIES OK SOLDIEIt DEAD A "SOLAR COOKER." treaty actually In force is the o Bryan treaty which was signed COTTON 93.20 A POUND. Washington, Aug. 7. Tho bodies devices Tho latest of the numerous in 1914. Its aim is to advance tho cause ot general peaco and it provides that havo been produced to concen- of 2,891 American soldier dead have Tho first cotton bale ofthe sea that all disputes of overy naturo shall trate and utilize tho sun's heat Is a been returned from overseas, the War son's crop was sold at Houston, Tox., and be referred to a permanent arbitra "solar cooker" that Is being develop- Department announced today, That makes tho pric& for $1000. tion commission which has at least ed by scientists at tho Smithsonian those of 1.3S8 others aro en route to about $3,20 a pound, or eight times Requests have Mirrors the United States. a year to study the dispute at Issue Institution in Washington. the present average. of iron been received for return of approxThe parties reserve tho right to act arranged about a t Constipation is tho starting- point independently on tho subject matter concontrato tho sun's rays on a meta! imately 45,000 bodies from Franco for many sorious diseases. To bo ot the dispute after the report has tube that coincides with the axis of and England. Oil In the tube is , tho healthy, keep the bowels active, atnrt" been submitted but agreed not to TO COMPLETE DAM. regular. Horbino will remove all ac in hostilities beforo tho commis- thus heated and made to circulate through It and a loop to which It is cumulations in tho bowols and put tho sion has made Its report. Evansville, Ind., Aug. C. Accord- system in prima condition. Prlcu 60c. Tho Bryan treaty was to continue connected. The loop which passes through an oven heats it sufficiently ing to an announcement of Charles pold by Ohio County Drug Co. mi fir fivo yoars but remains' In forco un B. Enlow, receiver for the Ohio Uiver months after ono of tho for cooking when tho sun shines. til twolvo "Nellie says she wouldn't mrry tha Contract Company, tho new governcontracting parties has gjven notico ment dam on tho Ohio River," seven- best man In tho world." it. Unless of an intontion to terminate "Well, did you over see anybody teen miles bolow hero, will be comrenounced, the vtreaty is, theroforq, FOR FLETCHER'S pleted some time this year. Work marry tha bust man at a wedding?" Americana without limit of duration. on the dam started several years ago Baltimore American. pparently regard this as a permanent JAPANESE DIPLOMAT par-pos- Anglo-Japane- se - Angla-Japanc- se aalt-Jec- nomo-mad- British-Americ- an ed j half-cylind- er en-ga- half-cylinde- r. Children Cry CASXO.RIA -- The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD 1MUNT1NG COMPANY Incorporated AV. S. TIXSMiV, Editor mid Jlii sines Mnnngcr. Entered according to law at tho Postoftlco, Hartford, Ky., as uail natter ot tho second class. Address nil communications Tho Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent Jo a new address must give tho old Address in making the request. 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Such largesses are today a greathere, were under arrest tonight. er one looked as though he had slept er menace to our contentment Quiet prevailed and there was no for a week or had a friend in the and our Institutions than the whole Green River section. In fact Indication of a renewal of the dis-countless temporary profiteers, we saw Roll late Wednesday evening orders. The guard, which was rewho are making a mockery of and he looked like an advance agent moved from the business district yeshonest business, but who can live Stop in for a copy of "Edison and Music." Tick your Period phonterday, had not been restored but the of tough luck going in high gear. only in time of disand fatten ograph out of its pages. Sec it in our store. militiamen continue to patrol tho turbed prices." (Cox in speech That's tho surest, quickest war to obtain a "furniture aristocrat,"' He, who with a stout heart, will- foreign quarters. of acceptance.) I For President m ing hands and an honest purpose For years prior to tho last elecWARREN G. HARDING. DUKEHURST. tion, Democrats have been in free and hews for himself a trail over rough . Vice President For and rugged ground, interspersed with undisputed control, and in all things CALVIN COOLIDGE. Mrs.- Nora Trogden, of Owensboro, executive and judicial, now have com- thorns and thistles, is most certain U. S. Senator For v "The Phonograph with a Soul" to find the path, at some point, burst- returned to her home Tuesday, after plete sway, yet, according to the RICHARD P. ERNST. ing forth upon a goal of glistening spending three weeks with relatives above utterances of the Democratic "Edison and Music" is the book of Edison Period Phonogmphi.. For Congress splendor, In a verdant oasis where at Clear Run. under-hold- s It is as rich in furniture treasures as nil the Golden Age of FurniJOHN P. HASWELL, JR. candidate for President the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor are In competitors, due to ture. ' You can choose from the historic masterpieces of England, for profiteering and plunder- dwell but few Mississippi, for an extended visit with France and Italy from 17 different designs, each exquisite in its. ing of the people have been purchas- the fact that only the easy and well relatives.While America saved the world, ed by campaign contributions to the beaten route, that offering the least own distinctive way. Every .New Edison is adapted from a pure-PerioMrs. Leslie Combs, of near Hart& Republican Senate pa'triotically assource. you think of resistance, is traversed by tho many. Republicans. What do ford, spent Tuesday and Wednesday mm sisted by twenty, or more, Democrats a statement like the above coming Youcan pay for your New Edison on our Budget Plan. Tluit means,, here, with relatives. saved America. ASSESSMENT XOTICE from an aspirant for position of chief you can buy today the cabinet your heart desires, and make toMrs. James Lowe and two children, Magistrate? Legal preferments to morrow's income help pay for tomorrow's pleasure. of Phllpot, are visiting relatives in Democratic papers and speakers rob the people, bought by contributI, or ono of my deputies wjll be at seem never to tiro of berating what ing to Republican campaign funds Prentiss, Monday and Tuesday, Aug. tho Washington vicinity. E. P. BARNES BROS., Miss Madallno MIdklff was here they please to term the Senate Oligar- while Democrats were in absolute 9th and 10th., rfnd at Wysox, Friday Reaver Dnm, Ky. chy for blocking tho Wilson League. nower and control at every end of the and Saturday, Aug. 13th and 14th Monday, enroute to her home at Mt Jf we admit the charge as being true, switch? If any man or set of men for the purpose of assessing taxpay- Morlah, after visiting friends at for tho past week. the winning of the Oligarchy over tho had money to spend for the special ers of said districts. (Prentiss and Jllss Kathleen Tichenor, of Center-towd to and unlawful privilege to pillage the Cool Springs.) Please have your InWilson Dynasty was a is the guest of Miss Myrtle Car5t America. .Even an Oligarchy which public, and not being fools, he or they ventory made and meet us promptly. ter. Is composed of a few, Is preferable ' vou,d mogt certainly do business wlth D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. ,.- . uy ... . . Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Baugh'n attend10 a uynasiy consuimeu 1... ouiy une. (hfi f1,nw nr nccnMotinn whn hn.l L. T. BARNARD, Deputy. ed the Baptist Association at Pond have-beesomething to sell. Run, this week. If those Poles ever succeed in get- for several years ProfiteersIn spot deTAXES! TAXES ARE DUE I ting rid of their unwelcome visitors, livery and not indealing Mr. and Mrs. James Patton will And If visit relatives at Central Grove' the Of Ohio County Baptist Sunday School Convention tho Russian Bear In red garb, in all Democrats have notfutures. been in control Your 1920 tax bill has been placed latter part of probability they will allow a tolera the week. Meeting With Pleasant Grove Baptist of tbe Pit during ths regiiue of the with us for collection. Please call at bly lengthy space of time to elapse Miss Kathleen Turner, of Hartford, Church, Fordsville, Ky., R. 2 profiteering plunderer, tnorc we se the office and get your's. pent Monday night and Tuesday with Jefore giving the Bear another chance riously doubt the reality ot the hereAug. 27-2- 9, S. A. BRATCHER, 1920. Mrs. Eugene Allen, near here. to chase him out ot his own back after Sheriff Ohio County. Mr. AV. K. Hardin and family yard, as has recently been done. And to Williams Mines this week. it Is extremely doubtful If the pres-'cFriday Night, 27th. TURKISH PEACE fierce war being carried to the A. E. F. HISTORICAL 7:45 Devotional Service and Address of Wel- TREATY SIGNED NOTICE LEGION MEMBERS AFTER AUGUST 31ST Poles' own door by the Russian Bolcomo Rev. H. L. Jarboe, Pastor shevik, and the Poles, present sorry 8:15 "Why tho'Savod Man Does Good Works Rev. Z. ForrelH Sevres, France, Aug 10 The peace Washington, Aug. 10 The AmeriThose desiring to obtain Victory plight, is not directly chargeable to treaty with Turkey was signed here Saturday Morning, 28th. can Expeditionary Forces will pass InMedals seeor write, ED HOOVER, Britain and France. 10:00 District Mission Board Meeting. to history August 31, when the only at 4:08 o'clock this afternoon. Hartford, Ky. Gen. Hamld Pasha was the first to Not long since we noticed In a remaining unit of the army that sign Saturday Afternoon for Turkey. A. E. F. HeadquarHORTON. Kentucky Democratic paper a list fought in France, 2:00 "Total Depravity'; Rev. Birch Shields Premier Millerand of France preembracing a score or more of rea- ters here, ceases to exist. Records of 3:00 "Regeneration" Rov. R. L. Brandenburg. great army that was will be sided at the ceremony, which was School at this place is progressing sons as to why the people should and tho Round table discussion ntter each address. concluded at 4:30 o'clock. After tho nicely, conducted by Mrs. Bessie would retain tho Democratic Party transferred to custody of tho War Dethree Turkish representatives had Keene. Saturday Night In powr, and in each and every case partment, and tho following day Gen- signed, the Allies affixed their signa7:45 Conditions of Success In Miss Beulah Baize, of Caneyville, . .Rev. Russell Walker it was the extreme high price of some eral Pershing will open headquarters tures, Greece and Italy signing among 8:25 "Church Finance" Rev. Albert Maddox: product cited as a claim for demo- in his new capacity as General of the tho last. Servla and Hedjaz did not is visiting Miss Alma Crowder, ot this Round Table Discussion. ' place. cratic support. Alongside of tho army. sign and wero not represented. In announcing the date for winding Quite a number from here have rather meagre prices now received by Sunday Morning, 29th. There were three documents .In- been attending protracted meeting at up finally the work of tho Expedition9:30 Business Session. -tho farmers for their stuff, we failed volved In the ceremony. The treaty Liberty, and report a good timo and 10:20 "Tho Sunday Schools' Greatest Contribution to to seo any figures on sugar, shoes, ary Forces, Secretary Baker today itself, an Italo-Grce- k protocol, and a some very Interesting sermons. Church Life" clothing, wearing apparel of any de- mado public the names of officers protocol on Asia Minor and rov. r. e. Fuqua. the zone Mr. James T. Wright's nieces and Round Table Discussion. scription, neither was there any sort who will bo assigned on General of Influence . their families, Mr. and Mrs. William 10:45 "An Ideal Pastor" A paper of comparison of tho prices of tobac- Pershing's staff in his now rolo as w. M. Fair permanent head of tho army until ho CIng and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. 11:15 Sermon co, beet hides, wool and a dozen other r, e. Booker NOTICE. L. Barnett motored thru from DeItems with tho. big, Southern Planter's carries out his announced Intention Sunday Afternoon of retiring to private life. All of with troit and spent tho week-en- d cotton and sugar. But tho article 1:30 "The Sunday School and Character Ilulldlng.Dr. D. II. Codsbr GenParties knowing them- Mr. James Wright and family. gave all credit for high prices to de- these officers wero with him In 2:00 The Sunday Schools' Contribution to Conserving Mr. A. V. Thomason and wife, of the Faith" mocratic policies. Then along came eral Headquarters of tho American selves indebted to the HartRev. h, d, Durch Louisville, are visiting Mr. Thomson's Forces. ' They ara Round Table Discussion. Governor Cox with tho claim that bis Expeditionary Co., will mother and brother, of this placo. 2:45 Final Business and Adjournment. contributions to Republican campaign Brig. Gen. Fox Conner, Lieut. Col. ford Live Stock M. J. O'Brien, Maj. George C. Marplease come in and settle on Mrs. Sarah Thomson, who has been funds was the means ot securing RUSSELL WALKER, in very bad health, Is slowly Improvupon the country to filch shall Jr., Maj. John G. Quokemeyer, or before August 10, 1920. W. M. FAIR, ing. from the pooplo through exorbitant Capt. G. E. Adamson and Lteuts. Mrs. William Smith is very ill, at prices etc. And everybody Iuiowb John T. Schneider, William J. Cun- HARTFORD LIVE STOCK this writing. Mrs. Boulah Wooslsy, mornling by the .United States Rail- - fours, stablomon and others. While during tho reign of the profiteer ningham and R. A. Curtln. COMPANY. that ' way Labor Board, which has heard it was Indicated that tho award will of Caneyville, 13 at her bedsldo. Democrats have been stoking, piloting e their claims. not be all tho men asked, It was stat- HARDING INVITES commanding the ship. A BARGAIN FARM, CROP, and otherwise All employes of tho express com- - ed on reliable authority the amount FOR SALE OR TRADE. TEXAS INTO FOLD STOCK ETC., FOR SALE And then not so very long ago tho pany, with tho exception of 2,500 would exceed that granted to tho Hartford Herald soundly berated the One good work horse, and buggy shopmen, who wero benoflted by tho great majority of tho railroad work- Marlon, O., Aug. 9. In a telegram Republicans for failure to lower A good farm, woll located, 2Vj Increaso granted July ors, the board maintaining that tho prices. It thoro ever comes a tlino miles from Beavor Dam, consisting of greeting to Texas Republicans, good as new. Cheap for cash, or thlrteen-con- t 20 in tho ?GOO,OQO,000 award to tho express employes, as a clasa, wore not dwelling, Jenntor Hr.rding declared tonight that will exchange, for good milch cow. when this Democratic flea oan bo of 103 acres, good 2,000,000 railway employes, will bo so woll paid as tho average railroad R. R. WEDDING. It would "horald a now orn In Amcertainly located then an ordinary two barns and other affected by tomorrow's decision. Tho man. person may bo able to catch him. 25 ncros of good corn, 3 acres nlco erican politic" If this campaign could award is tho second to be made by tobacco, lot of hay, 1G hoad ot cattle, seo a breaking up ot the Democratic EXPRESS EMPLOYES TO GET INCREASE the railway labor board, which was recent primary election In 3 head ot horses, fine lot ot duroc Solid South. OAR FOR SALE. Tho created by tho trans Tho message was sent to F. E. this County, and In fact, It was not jorsey hogs, farming implements and Chicago, Aug. 9. Eighty thousand portation act. 1919 Mnxwell Tourln different In this from tho other 70 maohlnory of all kinds. In short, a Scoby to bo raad at the Republican Cari liv H The express increase, it was loam- - jplondld condition, good as now, rea-- ed and odd counties- - in Kentucky, lu Una farm well stocked and equipped, Stale Convention at Dallas. It "fol- employes of tho American Railway tonight, is to be a flat bagls of all son for selling, don't need It. Express Company will bo awarded Inlows: which 'primary elections were held all tar $15,000, possesion at onco. ' CAL P. KEOWN, "Please convoy my most cordial creased wages in a decision to bo classes of express 'employes, Including WM LAKE Saturday, to give thg'peopla'a oliaue chauf- -' greetings o Texas Republicans as- - handed down ct 8 o'clock tomorrow messengers, clorks, drivers, Hartfor'd, Ky. Route D, Hartford, Ky. to' selici thulr candidates, was a I farce, when one considers tho nbsenco STRAY STREAKS of Interest shown by tho voters, for whose presumnblo plensuro and bon-ef- lt (By Fluko McFluko.) primary elections are conducted. Wo confess that wo have taken more Hartford has had a recent shift In Interest In the results In the various Albert counties, In both the Democratic and one of her great Industries. Republican primaries than we actual- Rial has rolled his gooble pea and ly had In the primary Itself. Though pop corn monopoly across the street.' we were one of the 468 who voted Tho local ball team will always bein Saturday's primary. Less than h kept them of tho Republicans express- lieve that tho weather-ma- n ed their choice, out of threo to select from winning a ball game last Saturfrom, for a representatvlo In Con- day and Sunday, but after what hapgress from this district. About tho pened on the Saturday previous the samo condition existed throughout the Fans of this burg nre not so readily entire district. In Jefferson Coun- I ngrecing that It would not have been ty, the Bth district, Democrats mani tho other way around. fested about the same Interest as It has been so long slnco we have shown In the fourth. Theso results would lead one to believe that prima- seen, or heard anything from Albert ries for all nominations other than Cox or I. D. Claire that wo aro InclinCounty offices, perhaps, should be ed to tho belief that that Hebrew Saturday's primary will Junk Dealer at last got a glimpse of abolished. cost Ohio County approximately $1.25 uncle Albert. And of course if our for every vote polled. Too much surmise is correct, we nre not likeper head to pay for recording votes. ly to ever lay eyes upon either again. We nre not complaining at the reBat Nail disappeared from town sult of the few voters' choice, wo are well pleased. Lack of general Inter- last Saturday and as ho had not est and failure of tho voters to exer- shown up late Tuesday evening It becise their privilege, for which tho gan to bo hoped by some ot the more primary election law was framed, Is optomlstlc, that ho had been kidnappthe surprising and regretable feature ed, but alas, he bobbed up Wednesday of the recent primaries In Kentucky. morning apparently from, nowhere, And, in all probability the law will bo with two little red eyes and n moonrepealed by tho next General Assem- shine halo that portion of his anatomy where one's countenbly, at least In part. i.. ance ought to be. ,i one-sixto'er-spreadi- state convention. It would herald a new era In American politics to have tho great stato of Toms lead In a new political alignment In tho wonderful Southland with all its Bcmblcd In measureless possibilities. "I recently sensed tho Inspiring confidenco of Texans in tho capacity of our republic to work out a great American destiny and I firmly bolievo that the Interests of your great state are thoso ot our common country which the Republican party alms to reserve and promote. It will bo fine o know that a strong and harmonious Republican organization has beon effected to give voice and Influence to tho party sentiment In Texas, and add to the forco of our appoal to the confidence of ell the American people." Most of today was spent by Senator Harding at work on correspondence. Ho held several political conferences, however, among his callors being James R. Reynolds, former secretary of tho Republican National Committee, and James Waldon Johnson, of Now York, field secretary for the National Association for tho Advancement of Colored People. Tomorrow many important campaign subjects are to be taken up at a conference with Will H. Hays, tho Republican national chairman and Harry Daugherty, who was Senator BASE BALL Deanfield vs. Hartford Saturday, August 14 Leitchheld Legion Post 81 vs. Hartford SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1920 M, Harding's paign. manager, and who now Is taking an active part management of the national cam- -- 4 "For years large contributions .. . - - Both are 'here! an ( ) ,1he Guide Bookk and the Cabinet & i - Tie NEW EDISON' ' - d n, god-sen- n, -- n - PROGRAM. nt Soul-Wlnnln- g. ,? i six-roo- m Esch-Cumml- , - ," II III ' Miss Mary Marks went to OwensMr. Ira D. Dean Is spending this boro yesterday morning, returning In week In Louisville. the afternoon. Mr. Rowan Holbrook was In OwLesllo Carden and brother, Master ensboro Tuesday, on business. C. U., went to Louisville yesterday, We can furnish you with dark with a carload of stock. blue prints in bundles. CAnsON & CO. Dr. J. S. Dean, Chiropractor, of Ow ensboro, Ky will bo In Hartford Mon Low Clover Leaf Manure Spreader. days, Wednesdays, and Friday mornTho prlco7 You can't beat It. ings, nt Mr. Will Acton's residence. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. 7t4 Mr. U. U. McKenzIc, of Corbln, re- turned homo Wednesday, after iting friends here a fow days. vis- Just Received! : "' Right direct from manuf actors to iis. We mean a special and line of Laches' Voile and Organdy Waists ju"st:the materials for the hot weather. If you are small, we can fit you; if you are large, we can fit you. Size 34 to 46. Price well-assorted $ Rov. Crabtreo, of Taylor Mines, will preach at tho County Alius House Miss Martolla Culley, who has Sunday afternoon at 2 o,'clock. been visiting her sister, Mrs. L. G. Barrett, during tho past month, will Mrs. A. E. Pate and Misses Anna return to her home at Stanley, Ky., Rhea Carson and Martha Pate spent Sunday. Tuesday in Owensboro, shopping. Now 13 tho time to buy that SampMrs. Ed Duke and little daughter, son Tractor. Come In and look Marie Franklin, of Dundee, visited them over, let us demonstrate. You'll friends and relatives here last week. buy eventually, why not now? ACTON DROS. Mr. U. G. Ragland; of Eastvlew, was In Hartford Tuesday. Mr. Rag-lan- d went from hero to Dundee, to call on friends, before returning home. Trill i i i $2.00 to $3.00 Last Call on Millinery. About 50 Hats left. .Some sold for $5.00, some for $7.00 and $8.00. Choice Friday and Saturday, $1.95. Miss Mortimer Wallace, of near with Leltchflcld, spent the week-en- d For that buggy como to ACTON Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Renfrow.'of Dun- DROS and look the GEORGE DEL-KE- R dee. over. Wo will save you money and sell you one of the best 'buggies Mrs. W. C. Ambrose, who has been on tho market. visiting relatives at Sutherland for ' some time, returned home yesterMr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley went to day. Owensboro Tuesday. Mrs. Riley remained In Owensboro for ChiropracMr. and Mrs. Charlie Hawkins, of tic treatment, but Mr. Riley returned Akron, Ohio, nro spending the week the same day. with Mr. Hawkins' parents, of near town. Fred Robertson Is back In the barber shop, wielding the shears and Mrs Bessie Renfrow and children razor on patrons who occupy the spent tho week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. chair over which Mr. James presided L. L. Newcomb, of the Washington for a , short' time. country. Tie Hackers, will fur nish living quarters. Apply to HAROLD HOLDROOK, Hartford, Ky. 3tt "WANTED "FALL" The new fabrics for Fall are now on hand. They're superb. They're pure wool throughout, and what's more important, they're ii 0. K. in Price. your sense of justice will be tickled when you get wise to their values. tailOn the whole our offering in oring for the Fal1 is exceptionally fine, and we take great pride in announcing the opening of the season. made-to-measu- re Special Prices on Ladies' Slippers Mrs. T. D. Petrle, of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived here yesterday, to spen'l a week or ten days with her father, Judge J. E. Fogle and brother, McDowell A. Fogle. patterns; the graceful, You will like them. You'll like the nifty looking snappy-lookin- g models, and JT2&E&&S a WSm L. 'A The Hartford Republican1 111 Mr. Claronee Haley, of Roslne, was lUtVH lUUIIUU, uu uusiuusa. l'JUDAY AUGUST 13 Wo pay cash every day lor eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Mr. Leo P. Millar, of tbo Deech country, was in town yesterday. y PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS DICYCLES plenty of thorn. W. E. ELLIS & BltO. Mr. Itufus Dowell, of Shreve, wa In town Monday. Vall-- Mr. C. II. Fralra, cashier of the Rockport Deposit Dank, was In town Tuesday. I Mr. Charles il. Tappan, recently of Hooslor Wheat Drills, purchased Shreveport, La., spent a few days here Mr. J. E. Miller, of Olaton, was this week, the guest of his nephew, before the price advanced. hero on business, Monday. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Mr. J. D. Tappan, and family. 7t4 Miss Elizabeth Davidson Is visitInd., Fair, Go to tho. Uockport, Mrs. Clara Leach, of near Deaver ing friends at Providence. Dam, Is tlio guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Is a good Ferry at Uockport. Large buildings that do not leak. No dust Messrs. Virgil Miller and 0. T. Dur-dott- D. Taylor, this weok. on the Rockport Fair Grounds. of Herbert, were In town MonThe Ladles' Social Club will meet day. Rev. J. A. Dennett, of Utlca, and with Mrs. E. G. Darrass next Wednesson, Eugono, of Louisville, wero Mr. W. T. Keown, of Fonlsville, day afternoon at 2:30. guests Wednesday and Thursday of visited this offico Monday, while in Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and fami- Mr. and Mrs. James C Dennett. town. ly, of Stono, aro visiting Mr. Taylor's Mr. Robert (Dock) Davis, of OwLimo and Cemont. Call us ovor father, Dr. Joe Taylor. ensboro, was In town Wednesday, 7t4 either phone. to Deda, whore he will visit KOU SALK High grade plapo, In W. E. ELLIS & BltO. good condition. See It at the store relatives and friends a few days . Mesdames. Arthur Petty and James of W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Mr. and Mrs. James Park and famNance were in Owensboro, Tuesday, Mrs. Alney TJchenor left Wednes- ily went to Lewlsburg, Wednesday, to shopping. day for Hot Springs, Ark, where sho spend tho remainder of tho week with Mrs. Park's nephew, Jesso T. Felix. All kinds of rough lumber for sale'. will remain for some time. Soo HAROLD HOLDUOOK, Misses Norlne and Helen Darnett Mrs. Mary Ellis, of Alexandra, la Hartford, Ky. 7tf vlsltlnc her sons. S. II., W, E. and:went to Owensboro tho first of this weok, whero they will bo the guests Mrs. 55. Herrell, of Rockport, visit- - B. H. Ellis and their families. of relatives and friends several days. od Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Dlack Sunday Tho Primrose Cream Separators Monday. and At last wo have succeeded In getget nil tho cream and tho price is 7t4 ting a limited number of Boss Twin-Li- ft W. E. ELLIS & DnO. Rye, Timothy, Red Top, right. Northern Oil Stoves. Como in and look "and Clover Seeds. Tho best on the FOR SALE Farm, Crop, Tools them over. & BUO. W. K. ELLIS market. WILLIAMS & DUKE. and Stock. HOOKEU WILLIAMS, Mr. Jake Westerflold, of Dundoq, MastorB Herbert L, and Raymond Route 2, Hartford. spent last week hero, with hla son, 7t2p Campbell Dennett Sanders, sons of family. Mr. Joo "A. Westorf leld and Wo sell tho NEW PEnFECTION Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Sanders, of CovCoal Oil Stove. They aro given up ington, arrived hero Wednesday, to A full lino of Ueil Spot Paint and ... 1U .. u ..... v uv.. v VnrnlnhPH. u?v. Win l.avn lintti Mm 1 spend' a. month with their uncles, flat VOtir SUPP1V UUW tlu u lua I...I Messrs. "A. R, and U Si Carson and and the 4 burner. burner whllo tho painting season Is on. ACTON DUOS. families. ACTON BROS. ' e, te 1 Mr. J. T. Whitehouse, of Narrows, Mowing Machines and Hay Rakes. was a visitor at this offico while in ACTON unos. town Monday. lied Wood Shingles at W. E. ELLIS Get that Oliver or Vulcan Chilled 7t4 & DUOS. Plow for fall Plowing from W. E. 7t4 Get your cultivator from ACTON ELLIS & DUO. BROS, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Woolfork Darrow, of Lexing- Mr. G. W. Dodson, of Sutherland, ' ton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor this week( was in town yesterday. Mr. Elmore Ashley returned home Mrs. J. W. Raley and adopted dauMonday, from Nashville, where he visiting his son, Mr. Ray ghters, Grace and Garnett, of Louishas been to ville, arrived hsre last week-en- d Ashley. be the guests for two weeks of Mr. Messrs. H. L. Taylor, James Derry-ma- n and Mrs. M. L. Heavrin. and Wallace Drown, of the Mr. U. S. Carson and sons, Joseph country, were in Hartford and William, will leave today for Monday. Fayette, Ala., where they go to visit sister, Mrs. G. Lee Hon. Alvis S. Dennett, of Louis- Mr.' Carson's ville, came down Tuesday, to spend a Thompson, and Mr. Thompson. few days with his father, and other The local ball team is scheduled relatives. npnnflplrl Rntiirrfnv m 'nlnv -- -- -" ..?." ' nml TTyi Hay Harvest is nere and wo hu7e Leltchfield Sunday. Come out and tho KEEN KUTTER Pitch Forks, see these games, lend your lungs and help put over a couple of victories. that good Guaranteed kind. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. John T. King, having sold his May, Louis residence property to Mrs. Mattie of Miss Artie ville, arrived here Monday to spend Barrett, will leave, with Mrs. King, two weeks with her sister, Mrs. A. D. at an early date for Champaign, 111., whero they will make their future Kirk, and Mr. Kirk. home. Miss lone Taylor, of Beaver Dam, Mr. Melrose Tappan and son, Melhas returned home after spending days here, the guest of Mr. rose, Jr., after spending twp weeks several hero, the guests of his brother, Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Dlack. J. D. Tappan, and Mrs. Tappan, left We have on hand a few of tho fa Tuesday, for their home in Kaufman, mous OWENSDORO wagons, and it Texas. you need a wagon we can save you If you liko good music come out money. ACTON DUOS. and' hear Parr Dros.' Novelty OrchesMrs. Ora Maddox, of Llvermore, tra, of Louisville. They are playing dance in Hart arrived here last week to make an ex- for 'the tended visit with her daughter, Mrs. ford, Aug. 19. Admission for Specta tors 2Gc. Ellis Foster, and Mr. Foster. Tay-lortomid-summ- er COME AND SEE US Carson (& Co. WW fl Hartford, Kentucky. Will Be at These Towns the Same Date EACH MONTH Johnson House. I Rockport, 12 to 13, Rockport Hotel. Beaver Dam, 14 to 15, Commercial Fordsville, Hotel. Commercial Hotel. 10 to 11, Hartford, 16 to 17, Miss Orrel Fielden, of Louisville who has been visiting friends and relatives here during the past several days, will go to Owensboro tomorrow to spend a few days with relatives, before returning to her home. Quite a destructive hail storm visited a small section north of town last week-enThree acres of tobacco, belonging to Mr. Jess Casobler, was almost totally destroyed, as was other crops in the path of tho storm. d. Remember, Each Consecutive Month f A. P. HANNEPHIN OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN Cumb. Phone 311 522 Cedar Street OWENSBORO, KY. f We have a few pieces of furnlturo In our house that aro bargains. This furniture was bought 15 months back and since then has advanced In price over 100 per cent. Wo aro placing this furniture at tho old prcies. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Williams and infant child, returned 'yesterday to their home In Pittsburg, Ga., after spending some time hero with Mr. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. The latter accompanied tho Georgia vtsitoqs to Louisville, from which placo sho will return this MJ.....fr .fr.frtfr fM ..K.ltM.MMJMi.wMii fr P'fT'l'WTWWl 100 Men Wanted! $27.00 per week. Steady Job. Brass. Rolling Mill Work. No Labor Trouble. " afternoon. The beautiful Rockport, Ind,, Fair is August 25, 26, 27, and 28th. This Fair ground ia known far and wide as ho Fair ground beautiful. Thoy have deep wolls. city water works, playing fountains, small lakes and a beautiful natural forest besides all the equipments that a modern Fair August 25, 26, 27 and 28th. There usually has. They have lots of good music and a wonderful attendance. , Bring receipt for R. R. fare and get your money back after 60 days. Western Cartridge Company Employment Dept., EAST ALTON, - ILLINOIS. It's dollars to doughnuts- fs$! s malndo is best when only n few days or weeks old. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R.'W. Slack, Owoniboro. C. B. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Miutcr Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKonnop, Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clork 011a Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshnl Grant Pollard. T; "C& - rooting Tho Wool Clip 1'cnnUs Xl Col-lecti- no man ever smoked a better cigarette at any price! quality, and their expert blend CAMELS Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will satisfy every smoke desire you ever expressed. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind smoked straight I Camels 4? mellow-mildne- nnnoal tn j w. w vmi hh--- " f' that smoothness! Its a delight! will certainly "hndv" is nil there. anH Thf J ss TURKISH k ' BLEND &DosiESTtcmtmBEmE SdfkWWWWS ?.,', HbK ant cigareuy 4fiEste npr unpleasant Go the limit with Camels! They will not tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleasciga-rettyod- or! rT? -- J.e Just compare Camels with any ciga rette m the World at any in cliJ afVlold ererynriere or identically ealed ten packate WO 30 fttkttea it In a ( tl'"' p;v""V": wi.un .....-- .. itronily retomnnno We or office tuppiy or iramjun i. .. A W H Sale. Tho advantage of wool pooling nnd cooperative Belling may well bo outlined as permitting tho growers to soil their wool collectively in a lnrgo volume, thus attracting n lnrgo number of buyers nnd malting possible tho payment of the full value of the wool. Tho larger buyers arc not nttracted by Individual clips unless they nre of considerable magnitude such as some by tho larger of those produced ranchers in tho AVest. Nor is tho lo cal buyer nblo to pay tho full price for wools which must bo purchased n few fleeces at a time and enrried at his personal expense and risk until suf ficient volume has been accumulated to permit his snpfment to some central wool market, Volume handling such as is possible where tho entire clip of tho community is sold collectively reduces tho cost per pound of buying uml handling and will pormlt the purchaser, whether a local wool merchant or some outside buyer, ot pay n higher price per pound than is possible where it Is necessary to purchase tho wool in ' -- ' " small lots, 4; United The Bureau of Markets, States Department of Agriculture, U constantly giving assistant 10 organizations in tho way of methods and will bo glad to extend practices and selling organization similar service in the marketing of wool. Servlcc Chart on Cholera. Hartford. 1st Monday in March 1J days In its efforts to hold down hog cholera with a reduced force, the United States culture poster. Department of Agri is putting out a new type of Ii) a sense it is a service Its picture says to the farm er, "When your hog looks like this, look out for cholera." The picture of a hoc In colors shows tho vlslblo symptoms of the disease. There is printed on the poster Information as to how to proceed. chart. e Scrub, Ahvajs a Scrub. pounds of hogs is not worth as How do you suppose tho cow of 4C The centuries ago 2G centuries before many bushels of corn as usual. department draws the InferencVthat Christ would look compared with during the next 12 months hogs will your cow? Well, she might not conadvance more than corn or corn will form to any standard classification, In Canning when siloed, lost 15.6 per cent of the decline more than hogs. Prevention of "FInt-Sour- " but judged on general appearance, dry matter, against 23.8 per cent Vegetables. a great many she would out-claCanned corn, peas, beans, and as- when cut 'for fodder and cured in A comEven Weight Even Quality American cows of paragus may show no signs of spoil- the field. Moreover, there is less In certain sections ot tho country parison has been mado in plcturo age to the eye, and still when opened waste In feeding silage than in feed- the practice of "stuffing" a barrel, a slides by the United States Departmay have a sour taste and a disagree- ing fodder, since good silage properly box, or a bag with under-slz- e and ment of Agriculture. Pictures of FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE century. Dissolved in water for douche (top? specimens of fruits and veg- cows of the twenty-sixt- h able odor. This trouble Is known to fed is consumed. When corn is cut over-rip- e "flat-sour- ," can ba for silage the land Is cleared and etables is common. But no longer B. C, found on Bgyptlan monuments, and pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflani- - j . tho canner ns maticn.-- Recommended by Lydia E. ' avoided, U. S. Department oC Agricul- left ready for another crop sooner does this fool any one, say nrketlng have been made into stereoptlcon Finkhom Med. Co. for ten years. ture canning specialists say, if tho than when the corn is shocked or Is experts of the Bureau of Markets, views and placed alongside pictures A healing wonder for nail cntarrh, (ore throat and toroeyc Economical. canner will use vegetables that have husked from the standing stalk. Corn United States Department of Agrlcul- - of scrub cows of Tho samo Mai xtron2tbfy cJeaotisa and tfefnucidi! power. been gathered not more than five or can be put Into the silo at a cost not ture, for the buyers give slight con- -. Is done with Asyrian hordes and S JI oFreo. 50c. alt ttajjiu. a P.rkJ Lr Children husking, slderation to the top of packages of- - some scrub horses of tho present pack one above that of shocking, m3. Thg PiitooToJf I Coaiptnr. 1o.ioa. Mm. y blanch, cold-diBlx hours, grinding, and shredding. A Safe Old Fashioned jar at a time, and place each Jar in They illustrate the fact, time. iereu oy inese growers. Farmers Bulletin 578 on The Remedy for Worms the canner as it is packed. The first The grower who is scrupulously "Once a scrub, always a scrub." Seventy-liv- e year continjaY.in will not be affected by the ex- Making and Feeding of Silage may honest, fiilling his packages with These slides are distributed as a part be had by addressing' the United equal quality fruit or vegetables thru-o- of a series on better uous use iitnebeat testitii. pro k tra cooking. .When the steam-pressumonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE canner is used, the jars or cans States Department of Agriculture, finds a ready market for his pro duction by the States Relations Ser can ofTer you. Washington, D. C. may Tie placed in the retort and the duce. The buyers know precisely vice. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep cover placed In position but not clam-po- d what to expect, and can always rely -- " " " the little one happy and upon him, c "Lucky" Goes to Texas. IT Forestry Increase The Farm In down until the retort is filled. iFfl healthy. 1 fi&bHH Tar prevents overcooking, come By Hanld cooling To further the study of tho Mor 30c a bottle at your druggitt'a of central (tore; or if your dealer 1. Making waste lands yield a The value of the motor truck as an clarifies the liquid, and preserves the gan as a saddle breed, the United Succeed when everything else fails. can't tuppiy you, tend hiiname and 30c in itampi and we'll shape and texture. In nervous prostration nnd female States Department of Agriculture has ;ald in marketing farm products is profit by growing timber on poor end ou a bottle promptly. weaknesse ihcy aie the supreme Morgan stallion now well established. In bringing soils, unuECd corners, gullied or erodsent the L4S. F0EY. CJtimore. Ho. remedy, at thousands have testified. ' Cliccso nnd Potato Puffs. Lucky from the Morgan horse farm this about Improved roads have been ed lands. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 2. Furnishing paying employment The following excellent luncheon or at Mlddlesbury, Vt to the Santa an essential factor. STOMACH TROUBLE for men and teams during tho winsupper dish is one tested in the ex- Gertrudis ranch at Kingsville, Tex. it is the best medicine ever cold Making ter. perimental kitchen of the United This is the "home ranch" of the Use Green Tomatoes For over a diuggis"'s counter. Marmalade. 3. Utilizing timber on tho farm famous King Ranch, one of tho larg j States Department of Agriculture: WILL of the piqu- and avoiding waste by cutting low To those who are fond 1 cup of mashed potatoes. est and best known cattle and horse TAKE in the United ant flavor of green tomatoes in mado stumps and small tops, using subbreeding establishments cup of milk. 4 recipe for mar- stitute woods in construction, treatStates. The Bureau of Animal In- dishes, the following 1 egg. dustry Is paying close attention to malade, given out by the Depart- ing nonlasting woods. IN ?h 'teaspoon of salt. l 4. Increasing crop yields by plant Vz cup of grated cheese. the saddle possibilities of the Morgan ment ot Agriculture, will be welcome: A Treatment ing forest tree windbreaks.. Green Tomato Marmalade. Beat tho potatoes and milk togeth- horse. The King Itanch will breed skirts wcro 5. Growing moro and better tim 2 pounds green tomatoes. ?5o for WEAK' " thoroughly mixed. Add tho Lucky to some of its high class mares er until by ber on tho farm throu'gh protecting IVi cups sirup. egg and tho salt and beat thoroughly. and' make a careful study of the pro LUNGS or those who One-halemon and 1 orange, or the woods from firo and overgrazing;' Finally add tho cheese. Bake in duce. first asked cup sugar. CONSUMPTION selecting for cutting thomaturo, "de Lucky Is a brown Btallion 14 1 muffin tins In a slow oven 10 or 15 tho druggist anu interior fective, 2 lemons (10 ounces). i minutes. hands high and weighs 925 pounds. for, and intomatoes, cut Into kinds of trees, and leaving tho Wash and trim A similar dish may be made by Ho was sired by Hugo. Hugo was sisted on ''A quick rcliel (or that tired, (wcati, feella?. Jf hemop scooping out tho inside of a baked sired by Meteor Morgan and is out slices medium thick. Cut lemon anil straight, thrifty, and better kinds; having, tho couchi, pulni la chctt. nlcht thasei, weak lunct or consumption, tt II doc' potato and mixing It with cheese as of Calve by General Gates. Tho dam orange into very thin slices. (Be care- planting to. fill up openings in wood not help you it coals you oolbiDi!. c Add si- lands. shell of Lucky is Eunice by General Gates ful to pick out all seeds.) above. Fill tho potato-ski- n LOCK BOX 016' OHIO MEDICAL GO, grades 0. Marketing tho higher 3VI o d i o a 1 COLUMBUR.o. with the mixture, return to oven, and and out of Caroline by Daniel Lam- rup and sugar. A small amount of teah to h of wood products direct to consumDiscovery l)ake until light brown. bert. Lucky, his sire and dam, and sal advan- ers at fair prices in the form of snw put up by one of his grand dams wore bred at spoon) is often considered as always, It renders logs, poles, piling, cooperage bolts, Dr. Picrco over fifty years Value From Corn Sllugo the government farm at Middlebury. tageous; here, Blore Food sugar less cloying. handlo bolts, posts, pulp wood, fire- ago. Drcsa has changed very Almost any green crop can be Lucky arrived safely at his new homo tho sweet taste of X omnge peel for a few ir.in-.twood, spoke blocks, tanning wood much sinco thcrrt But Dr. Pierce's Bolliu;' rnado Into silage successfully. Jluch on July 22. demedicines contain tho samo Morgans havo always been noted in salted water prevents its hardening and bark. care, however, must bo taken to Make your woodland permanently pendable ingredients. They aro endurance and stamina, and later, when cooked in rirup. such hollow-tem- for their oxnel tho air from standard today just as they wero Heat slowly, Btlrrlng until well mix- profitable. med plants as the Braall cereal grains havo been used to some extent on the fifty years ago. -. to6 tho by cutting fine and packing firmly. I rnngo for tho production of cow po- ed, then simmer gently until Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical ANOTHER ,!I.OG CABIN" i mt.n uuivumv nt tlila avatpinfltfc - matoes aro soft and tho marmalade Other crops, of which legumes aro Jllua, niu n..r.t.i Discovery for tlip stomach and heavy botween the has the consistency of thick, study in cooperation examples, aro deficient in the blood cannot bo surpassed by any to Republicans of Morrow county, constituents needed for King Itanch and tho Buraeu of Ani jam. This will require three 1 four remedy today. movement to repint Ohio, have started ba u'oout palatablo silage. On tho other hand, mal Industry will be watched with hours. There should Dr. Pierce's Pavorito Prescripstore the log' cabin at Blooming ot marmalade. a few crops, such as tho saccharine much intorcst by horso breoders. born, tion for weak women has never j If a caramel flayor la liked, the Grove, in which Harding was Feci rfeht all tho time. Don't lav ol!-- . been cciuallcd for tho distressing sorghum, have so much sugar that from work for daya by taking calomel heat may be slightly increased at tho to its original condition and preserve complaints incident to womancut at a more mature stage lMlinatlng Hog Prices by Bushels unless when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x keeps yofl It was romodelod hood. What others say: Measuring tho prices of a hog in vejy last so that tho jam darkens nt it as a landmark. they have a tendency to produce sour on your feet, whilo relieving your troujx kettle; but great several years ago. bushels of corn, Instead of in dollars, the bottom nxt the too, and easy to take. Dont o. Safer silage. Covington, Ky. "I have taken us-o- d care muV. be taken no't to overdo his tako anything else. You can't ailora Jn most parts of tho Unltod Is a form of applied mathematics BERGER AGAIN NOMINATED -- s t:nj Jam Is easllv scorched five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By by tho Unitod States Department effect States more food materials can be A somewhat lUffereni effect may Medical Discovery and am proud of tern aiul relieves constipation. A natfrom an aero of corn as si- of Agriculture in keeping tab on n obtained ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd Victor Berger, the Austrian-borLo obtained by diopplug tho rind ot results. It lage than from an acre of any oth- prlcos of farm products.Theorotlcally was twice elected to my good health. Every winter I in its effect and certain in Ve-L- ax orange At the ond of the Socialist who will won't bo long before Lie crop that can be grown. Corn 100 pounds of live hogs should bo lemon and er congress from Wisconsin and twice would havo three or four spella of completely displace calomel In ever and put worth about 13 bushols of corn. The long cocking pioccn these bits of Is more flasily harvested disLa Grippe and I used to get such home Children can take it freely uni , generally highest choppod rind seom much like chopp- refused a seat, qn account qf his with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar into tho silo than orops like rye, ratio varlas. It is loyal utterances during the war, has weak spells, but I am stronger now in Now ed nuts. anteed. 50c and ?1 in bottles. Non clover, cowpoas, of alfalfa, and when in the corn belt and lowest fjenulno without the likeness and siguad o'rungo flavor in l rotorves does not been nut up again on the theory than I ever was in my life." Mrs. maximum quanti- England, the far South, and the far cut for silago the tang that congress didn't moan it when It , turo ot L. K. Grigsby. For silo by c Ex- ,West. At tho prosent tlmo tho ra-t- .o lau Indefinitely, apart from tho Ida Hiles, 1532 Banklick Street. ty of nutrients Is presorved. K. X, WILLIAMS, - HvtforA Consequently this mar- - Jkicke.d him out boforo. UaT is ukually narrow that Is, 100 of the rind. periments havo shown that corn, One-TimStato-Teacher- FARM DEPARTMENT. Com'th. nnd Civil. j 1st Monday in May 12 dsyi Civil. days lBt Monday in July 12 Com'th. and Civil. Cy 1J day QFKIClAIi SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEART ,, Civil. 4th Monday in November 1J daya County Board of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. , V.UU.V1J. VUUI,. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Meets first Monday In caca monin. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. Div. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvillo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun-de- c. Clerk W. C. BlankenBhlp. S. A. Bratcher. Sheriff T'trrv""'" iyt".iV '. Superintendent E. S. Howard. i Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosinir. y, Jnllcr Worth Tichenor, Dlr. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tux Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Cento- rCoroner E. P. Itodgors. .. town. FIBluUJ tUUIU'i County Board of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Birdie Midklff and October. lra Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. EXAMINATIONS V 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. Rowe, Center-towG. W. Common School Diploma. May 1S lth District nnd 1G nt Hartford, Boavor Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.BaUe-tow- and Fordsvillo.. May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Emmlnnllon nt Hartford, (Whlto). May 2S nnd 29 County Teachers" 7th District B. F. Rice. Fords'vilto. th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Exnmlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored)- ford, Route 6. June IS nnd 19 County and Examination at Fordsville,. HARTFORD. (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 nnd 2G County and State? Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford-(ColorePollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E." P. Casebler. s' Sept. 17 and IS County nnd Examination at Hartford,. HOCKPOIIT (White). Chm'n. Hoard W. G. Her. s' Sept. 24 nnd 25 County nd Clork N. H. Bratcher. Examination at Hartford. Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Pollco (Colored). Ed. J. Bratcher. Marshal , '"" j'' n. n. Stnto-Tcachcr- s' d). State-Teacher- Every WomanWantsJ ss t$. Mothers use y. FreyS to-da- Veraiiftie For die S3 : p, , re ut live-stoc- )A hi "- $ YOU. 1-- YE OLDEN TIME Hoop mss GERMINAL REMEDY OUR , worn lf 3-- one-quart- er (mm:? hMBki m over-crowde- d, FOR. ONE MONTH Konuino Golden (one-eight- one-fourt- cs USEUVVER-LA- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. w- rf. ( i j' BREWER ATTACKS DRY AMENDMENT ijuprerne. Court Is Asked To Review Recent De cision. Washington, Aug. 0. i By Edward M. Thierry In Louisville Herald. Chicago, Aug. 7. A Jolly little fat Christian Felgonsp.in, a brewer of JTowark, N. J todoy filed with the man sits in a rickety chair in a dusty "United States Supremo Court a potl-.tlo- n factory otflco and laughs so heartily ho shakes like a quivering cone of for a reconsideration of llio Jolly. court's doclslon on I mo 7 sir.iain-in- g Mirth overwhelms him when you tho validity of Ihr eighteenth I.1VIA, ROUTE SJ. mention tho oulja board. iuitondment and par.? of the Volstead For tho Jolly chap Is J. M. Simonforcement net. Soveral from hero attended tne mons, "Oulja King." The petition contended that tho Ho can afford to laugh. For tho eighteenth amendment was designed picnic, at Livormore, Saturday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark, people are buying tho oulja boards ho to dual exclusively with Intoxicating a. d bo, makes so fast that he's rolling in liquors. Mr. Folgenspan, In his orig- on tho 30th, ' Walter Lewn. money. inal suit, sought to provo that beer of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mosloy nnd baby, 2.75 per cent alcoholic content was Laughs At Public. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Mosley nhd jiot Intoxicating. "The public are fools!" laughs the children spent Saturdajv night and Thi3 latest potitlon pointed out tho Sunday with relatives at Owensbjrn. "Oulja King." Jmportanco and magnlturo of tho con"They'll bite on anything," he conOlrs. John Mooro and daughter, stitutional questions Involved rind de- Ml'ss Fannlo, of Rod Hill, spent Sat- tinues. "The public belief in the clared that so far as tho petltlonor urday night nnd Sunday with Mr. nnd oulja board is a Joko. We don't foshas been able" to ascertain, "thoro 13 Mrs. Elmer Wilson. ter it. But tho poor deluded fools no record of any Important inodorn James French spent Saturday night want tho board and we're giving It caso Involving such vital questions to them by the thousands.' with Ellis Stewart. being disposed of by a court of final The past year 000,000 oulja boards Mr .and Mrs. Byron Austin, of Bearesort without explaining its con- ver Dam, spent Sundny with relatives were sold by J. M. Simmons &. Co., clusions." factory made In a little second-floo- r at this place. Tho brief continued: Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whlttaker and with ten employes on Chicago's West "Not only Is It qulto unprecedented children spent Friday night with rola-tlv- Side. Simmons said as many more in tho history of this court for it thus were sold by tho William Fuld Comnt Owensboro. to dispose without opinion of great Mr. Ollllm Wllkerson, of Madlson-vlll- e, pany of Baltimore. constitutional questions, but as emDoes "Oulja King" Simmons uso Is expected to nrrlvo Sunday, to phasized by Mr. Justlco McKenna In the oulja board himself? Ho does not! visit relatives at thls'place. Ills dissenting opinion, It Is difficult If tho man who makes the oulja t to moasuro tho forco of tho concluApply a cotton cloth wet with Bal really thought the oulja had any sions stated by tho court or tho de- lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, m,ystlc power he would sit right down ductions properly to be drawn from cuts burns, sores or blisters, and and nsk tho oulja to tell him whethor thorn Furthermore, tho conclusions nolo Its wonderful healing power. U ho oulja craze is going to last thru Io not completely answer questions Is prompt and vory effective. Price the winter. actually Involved In tho litigation un 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold And precisely quoting Mr. Simsubmitted for decision. by Ohio County Drug Co. m mons: m "As stated by tho lenrnod chief Jus"I ain't such a fool as to waste my tlco In his concurring opinion, tho RAPTI.ST ASSOCIATION' time asking tfio oulja questions about TO .MEET AT POND RUN tho craze. Gosh, tho! I'd like court was deciding n caso of great INCORPORATED to mognltudo nnd passing uport an fool public's goknow whethor the amendment to tho constitution of tho Tho Ohio County Baptist Associa- ing to yell for tho oulja noxt winter. pow tion is to meet with tho Pond Run United States dealing with tho lumber It's hard to get the three-pl- y ers nnd duties of tho national and Church, near Echols, Wednesday and stock tho boards arc made out of unstato governments, and Intimately Thursday, Aug., 11 and 12. The less you order it long In advance. I concerning tho wolfaro of the people." Association will' bo presided over by don't know whether to order lums that tho Rev. R. L, Brandenburg, assistant ber or not." The petition declnred effect of such an amend- Modorator, owing to tho removal of meaning nnd a Simmons probably will tako ment was necessarily tho "subject of Rev. D. Edgar Allen, who was the chance. For he's moving into a facmaking a strong bid for a place on bared teeth of a frighting collie, ready discussion and concern In tho forum Moderator. tory four times as big as tho old ono. WELL AND HAPPY the American Olympic team to com- to give battle. The officer halted. of public opinion, and tho foiluro of A service of much interest up- And If tho oulja falls him he'll pete abroad with leading athletes Investigation of the affair was halttho court to assign any reasons for on tho program, at loast to the Pond to making toys. WOMAN, SHE SAYS from all countries Dillcuschnelder ed until a previous owner ot tho ios Us decision has tended naturally to Run Congregation, will bo that in U'h Tho Bunk, lie snys. is an aquatic expert and holds the was summoned. The collie went In and colebrntion of invito criticism and create much pub- commemoration wm:il Missouri Valley fancy diving cham- the house, licked his master's hand Simmons says he doesn't foster anniversary of the lic dissatisfaction." the of mystic belief in the oulja. Yet tho Was All Run Down And pionship, having successfully defend- and then followed his boss of puppy-hoo- d "It seems, therefore," tho petition organization and establishment ed his title for five consecutive years. days without a backward look. directions ho puts out contain these It It not irrolevant tho church at that point. continued, "that He Is known to other Silents in Worn Out When She Be statements: Dr. Arnlm, who was 60 years old, pr Improper to urgo, In support of a "Many scientists claim this board Akron as "Dummy Dlllen," is a mem- was shot by Mrs. Walker th'ls morngan taking Tanlac. 5loa for a rohearlng, that public ber of tho Goodyear Silent Athletic ing. No motive has been learned and does not answer questions from an opinion has doubted and challenged FOR FLETCHER'S Club and builds tires for the Good- -, stories regarding the affair vary. Tho unknown power; that Its 'animation' summarily deciding and tho fitness of magnetism. year Tiro & Rubber Company. In woman is being held while an Invesflows from personal disposing of, a great constitutional "I have taken only two bottles of preliminary Olympic acquatic tryouts tigation is carried on by the police. Spiritualists claim that invisible spirinvolving vast property controversy, its guldo its movements, a superior Tanlac, but It is Just wonderful how at Buckeye Lake recently, Dlllensch-neldlcgltl 10,000 ATTEND 'RUI. I AL interests nnd it has built mo up," salU Mrs. Bertha qualified for the elimination DEMOCRATS TO CAMTAIGN OF CANARY IN NEW YORK Intelligence ruling our future. intimately conmate Industries and FOR HAIlDING-COOIilDG"If you fall to got results In play Grimes of 1520 Portland Ave , Louis tryouts at Chicago. He is regarded cerning tho welfare of tho whole peo-jiltolling a as one ot the best fancy divers in Newark, N. J., Aug. 3, A crawd ing the board, it is at no tlmo the ville, Ky while recently reason, without disclosing tho Chicago, Aug 6. Samuel J. Ranestimated by tho police at 10,000 fault of the board. It is merely that Tanlac Representative of her recov- America. ior such disposition.' o psychic forco Is unde- ery after taking the medicine. porsons, thronged tho streets of tho the dall, of Philadelphia, son of the famn "I was in a miserable, city tonight to witness tho funeral of veloped In the operators. In that NOTICE! When you yawn a good deal In the ous "Sam" Randall, of Pennsylvania, JImmIe, tho pet canary of Emldlo case, simply ask someone who has condition," Mrs. Grimes continued, daytime, feel dull, achey and want to who for years waa one of tho most ' I cobbler played n board before to oporato It "and I had been that way for six stretch frequently It is an unmistaka- prominent Democrats in tho House, Russomanno, i Notlco Is horoby given that tho with you, and you will undoubtedly months before I started taking Tan- ble symptom of malaria, and unless will tako the stump In this campaign Tuesday Police resorves were called out to will pn tho first lac. a was so weak I could not do you do something at onco you aro for Hardmg and Coolldge. This was order and clear tho streets for secure Immediate results." in September,, 1920 make application "Of course, that's all bunk," says my housework nnd I honestly believe booked for a spell of chills. Herbine announced by Senator Now, head of at tho funoral cortege. Jimmio, to tho State Board of Control boy was strong- is a chill medicine that will prevent the Republican Speakers' Bureau, tomy little by Its owner as possessing a Jolly Mr. Simmons. Prankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, er than I was. My appetite was or cure the disease. It drives out the day. Mr. Randall has campaigned from "song as sweet as tho voice of Caruand will nsk that he be released poor and what I ate seemed to do me impurities on which the malarial for tho Democratic t'.cket in four proIlls confinement at tho state peni- so,' choked to death Sunday on a ARMED MEN START AFTER Nearly nil U?erm thrives, strengthens the liver ceeding presidential campaigns, seed. Leading the prowatermelon 1JANDITS IN AIRPLANE moro harm than good. but tentiary, nt Eddyvllle. tho time .' had a pain In my fide and and cleanses tho bowels. Price 60c he refuses to support the Democratic cession was n band of twelve pieces, This Juno 4, 1920. m party this year and has como ojt playing funeral dirges, followed by a ERNEST L1TSEY. Davenportv, Ia Aug. 3. An nlr if I started to even sweep the floor I Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. BOtlOp ft squarely for Harding and Coolldge, hoarse bedecked with flowers and plane driven by Lieut. F. C. Brlerly would give completely out. I was THK FESTIVE PEANUT offering to speak wherever wanted. carrying a small white coffin, In and Fred Wallace, both men heavily troubled a great deal with constipaTO V. S. ENDEAVORS Ho soon will speak in Maine. which tho bird's body reposed. The armed, was started In pursuit of tho tion and had tobo taking laxatives PRESERVE CEMETERY and visibly bandits who robbed the Mollne Com- every few days., I hardly knew what old cobbler, Tho peanut, which was Introduced affected, rodo In a coach with a few mercial Savings Bank hero today it was to get a good night's sloop and to this country somo 50 years ago CZAR'S SISTER TOO POOR Paris, Aug. 3 In ordor to prevent worn-ou- t every morn- with tho pink lemonade ot the cirTO AFFORD PALACE GOWtf When last heard from, tho aviators I got up feeling any commercial encroachment on Intimate friends. ing cus, has risen from Its humble posiTho cost of tho bird's funoral, es- were scouring Henry and Mercer tomngno Cemetery, whero 23,000 A friend of my husband's told him tion ot that time to one of high comby counties In Illinois. The bandits aro London, Aug. 7. Becauso she was tho timated nt ?400 was contributed ZAmorlcan soldiers aro burled, The value ot unable to afford the price of a new tho cobblor's friends. A tombstone known to linvi escaped in that direc- about Tanlac and. ono night he mercial importance. Government has been askod French brought mo somo homo. And now I tho crop in the United States in 1919 evening gown, Grahd Duchess Xonla, shapo a cross with a canary ljy tho American Army Graves Regis- in tho lt& of will be erected ov- - tion. am happy to say that things are en was $80,000,000, and we Imported sister of the murdered czar, refus- center In en111., Aug. 3. Sir men Mollne, tration Sorvlco authorities to pur-cha- bird grave near Branch Brook tered the Commercial Savings Bank tirely different and life is again worth $40,000,000 more The rapid rise of ' ed an invitation to dine nt Bucking- tho gentle slope fnclng the front or tho bird's fine and tho peanut is due to the demand for ham Palace. Park, tho cobblor said. horo Just before noon today, locked living. My appetite is Just of tho cemetery, and flio orUiro crost every vegetable oIJs. to tako the place of an- Word o tho Grand Duchess pe- bank officials In tho vault nnd escap- although I eat three good meals of tho hill occupied In part by the WANT A PITNEY AIRPLANE? day I still feel hungry. Everything imal fats. Tho peanut is composed nury reached Queen Alexandria, who ed with $20,000 after n running recomotery, as well as plots at both givof about 50 per cent oil nnd 25 per secretly sent her a few new gowns volver fight with citizens and police. I oat agrees with me and is fast sides. London, Aug. 7. Airplanos that Charles Mohler, a barber, was shot ing mo back my lost strength and en- - cent protein. On account of tho ease as an anonymous gift, and sho waa u Romagno, Surosnos and Tho . a a a orgy. Tho pain m my siue nas ms n ItVn nitnilii nttnn If nttmpa A a1 Art 11 t 11.. 1. sell for $2,500 and cost only two cents Woods cemeteries havo been ap- a mile to oporato aro on view at the and probably fatally wounded. The appeared and I am no longer troubl- - .uj. i ib nuuui.nuu n uiio4o oi'iu.iun. unaiiy nuie io auenu me manor, opportunity to farmers living in the which was given by the young Duko robbers fled from tho city In an auto proved by tho Secretary of War as London Aero Show. For the fli"stnoanut belt." It Is forecast that our nf York. od with constipation. mobile. tho permanent resting places of moro machines, Thoy aro tlmo In six months I know what It is peanut crop this year will bo 40,000,- dead, who will than 30,000 soldier to get a good night's rest and sleep 000 bushels. Alabama comes first, built by tho Aero Company, nnd ono contlnuo to Bleep in French soil of them recently flow from London to and I get up of mornings feoliug then Gerogln, then Virginia. Surosnos, which Is on tho Blopo of Romo and back. Tho "air-car- " is so Sfev so strong that it is no trouble for me Mont Vnlorlen, ono of tho forts built small that when Us wings aro folded It si Just won- FAITHFUL DOG GUARDS to do my houso-worFor Infants and Children Drugstores Sell It. rVAl m protected to dofend Paris, is already como whnt great back It can easily bo stored In an orMASTER'S DEAD 1JODV Five million people In Use Over Years derfulme anda Tanlac changoias credit against encroachment of any kind dinary garago. desorves over use it to KILL COLDS Always bears .and thesamo is noarly true of Belloau for It nil." Mlddlesboro, Ky., Aug. 7 -- Faithful the Tho extra ground to bo purchasA Gicnt Remedy. Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. unto death. Signature df HILL'S ed at Romagno will not only safeL. D. Bean.'ln Horso Branch by Ola-to- n butt, n.na ttin inilft nf "Tnplf " ml- tho comotory against any enguard Tho morlts of Chamberlain's Colic Drug Co., In Rockport by James Ho dog. whoso master, Dr. Fred Ar - , CASCARA QUININI STUNNED. croachment, but will provide areas nnd Diarrhoea Remedy nro well Browning, in Cromwoll by Wallace nlm, nypotist anu paiom meuicinu be used by American hor- known and appreciated, but thoro Is which will & Porter, in Beavor Dam by R. T. "If lnbor persists In Its arrogance," Taylor, Jr., r.nd in McIIenry, by S. vendor, law dead on tho front porch ticultural exports to surround the occasionally a man who bad no acJ?OMU ot his home horo, shot by Mrs. Arch quaintance with thorn nnd should said the town man, "the tlmo will J. Tichonor. AdvorUsoment. "hallowed spot with trees and shrub-TiorSttndard cold remedy for 20 yeir Walker, wlfo of a local machinist. y Z At the prosont tlmo tho ceme-itor- read tho following by F. H. Dear, n come when tho hlrod man who does in uoiet torra me, lure, do opiates Drcati up a com in j Police, answorlng the call that Ar- -' Is surrounded only with a long liotol man at Dupuyor, Mont. "Four a full and honest duy's work will bo bouri relieves rnp in i oays. nlm had been killed, found tho man j MUTE IS EXPERT. Money back U it laili. Tho wall, and thoro Is no'nvallablo space years ago I used Chamberlain's Colic donouncod as a traitor by his class.' ox nas n kiu GtfU MBfct genuine had already been removed Inside. nnd Diarrhoea Romody with such "Tho hlrod man who does good lop w 1 a ur. iim for planting. r v ; n ii met thorn at tho door. When picture. C. "Jack" Although both deaf and dumb, yelloi' The beautlficatlon of the cemotory wonderful results that I havo since gosh! whatl" astoundedly At All Drug Star m farmer Bentover. Kansas City Star V. Dlllenschnefdor, of Akron, Ohio, is ono ot the men started in, he met the Will not begin for some months as recommonded it to my friends." William D. ,Juthrio mid Kllhu Hoot, counsel for moat of tho bodies In tho cemetery now nro to TJo removed to Amerlcn nnd this work will not start until mld- Soptombor and cannot bo finished until somo tlmo next year. After this work is finished bodloj from other comotorles will bo movod In. nm An Old Fault Finder An Irritable and fault finding disposition Is often caused by Indigestion. A man with good digestion and bowels that net regularly Is usually good natured. When troubled with indigestion or constltpatlon tako Ihamberlnln's Tablets. They strengthen tho stomach and enable It to perform Its functions naturally. Thoy nls6 causo a gentle movement of tho m uoweis. 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Routo 3, Dcaver Dam. anlttoc, In session In .Louisville yoster-ilnsent telegrams to members of Louis Riley announces that ho has both houses of, the Tenncsseo Lcglsla-Aur- o urging them to voto ana work secured Parr Bros' Novelty Orchestra, ratification of tho of Louisville, to furnish music for tho lor" Immediate dance at Hartford, Aug. federal suffrago amendment. 19. All dancers aro Invited to at This action was taken on motion of tend. Spectators will bo charged 25c getting married J. Matt Chilton, member of tho admission. from tho Fifth District, and followed brief talks by Mrs. Christine VILLA "STALLING"; Urndley South, member of tho NaWhito For Sale for Committee Republican English' Leghorn Cocktional Leghorn and SURRENDER HOAX Women; Mrs. John W. Langley, mem-berels, S to 12 weeks old, $1.50 and of the commlttco from tho $2.00 each. San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 11. Ohio county is falling far short of her and Mrs. Josephine Markas, MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, Francisco Villa has not retired from Beaver Dam, Ky chairman of tho Woman's Duroau for duty in raising wheat. We should at tho field and his "surrendor" was 5t4p Routo 3 Dox 32. Scott County. cunningly arranged for by "Peon least raise enough wheat to bread our Tho speakera emphasized tho ImPatriot" himself In order to givo his portant part women are to play 1a tho Fred T. Belcher, proprietor of tho 'men ample timo to rest up, get sup- inhabitants. It is true that occasionally election this fall and urged that evlocal barber shop has purchased the piles and monoy from the main gov-twery effort be made to secure ratifismall cottages and a considerable eminent and ngaln take tho field we have a bad season, and a big fall off stato in cation of the thirty-sixt- h portion of the lot on Clay Street, against tho Obregonlstas. This starttime for women to participate In evknown as tho Welnshelmer property, ling statement was made in San Anin acreage and yield is inevitable, but ery state in all elections In Novem- state. from M. L. Hcavrln. Mr. Belcher will tonio this afternoon by General Pawe must not get discouraged. We must Louisville and the Fifth District occupy ono of the buildings In the blo Gonznles, who was "deported" ber. Mrs. South who recently has traveled over many of the states and will bo In line for the Republican near future. Mexico by order of Do La Huer-t- a, from double our energies, strengthen our sail to Congressman been In conference with party leaders ticket, according acting on the advice of Gen. national headquarters In Now Tori: Charles F. Ogden, who said that Obregon. al Dr. T. D. Renfrow and family, of and the general average will be satisfacand Chicago, declared the women aro while tho Democrats have put up a Cynthiana, who have been visiting Altho General Gonznles did not for tho Republicans If they can only candtdate for Congress, thoy are not relatives hero and at Dundee, accom claim to know positively that Villa's tory., ome claim a shortage in labor. expecting much at his hands. Ho pre panied by set the ballot. Mrs. A. T. Lee, left retirement wns only a hoax, he statThat's true, but a FORDSON TRACdicted that the Fifth District would for Bowling Green Wednesday, to ed emphatically that to tho best of Searcy Made Chairman. his belief the crafty "Mexican fox" Phelps sent the givo 12,000 .majority for Harding and visit relatives. Secretary Lllburn TOR will easily supply this deficiency Mrs. Leo will spend following telegram to all Republican Coolldgo and the entire Republican some timo with her sort', who is a was only "stalling" for timo to do- and make the growing of a good crop members of the Legislature Imme- ticket. student in tho Business School there. Iceivo tho Mexican government into paying tho rebels big bribes nnd outdiately after tho meeting: of wheat more certain. ATTENDS RETAIL DKY- "Louisvlle, Ky., Aug. 11, 1920. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Nance are hav- fit them with much needed supplies, GOOBSMAN'S CONFERENCE "Republican Stato Central Commiting their furniture and household and to give them time to get to their beloved mountains in the stato of goods moved from Henderson to tee of Kentucky today voted unaniJ. H. B. Carson returned yesterday mously to request Republican memwhere they will resume Chihuahua, where they would be out from St. Louis, where he had been athousekeeping. Mrs. Nance and lit- of harm's way from tho superior fed-orbers of both houses of the Tennessee tending a conference ofRetail forces. Legislature to voto for and to use tle son have been In Hartford during Tho meeting was attendGonzales arrived In San Antonio all honorable means to secure the ed by Retail Merchants from every the major portion of tho time since today from the border and left this ratification of the federal suffrage State in tho Union, the object being Mr. Nance accepted a position in afternoon for Los. Angelos to get a amendment." Signed Ltlburn Phelps, to discuss the present merchandise "much-neede- d rest." Ho says that secretary of the committee. situation and gain a thorough knowlContrary to expectations The family of Mr. J. P. McKinney. ho will then go on to New York on that edge of conditions throughout the on your own farm the superior advanMaurice Calvin, of Covington, would whole, country and thereby secure who have been residing hero for "personal business not connected with "bo made campaign chairman, tho better accomodations for both retail some time, moved to Simmons yes- - Politics." Ho claims that ho- will tages of this famous farm horse. You terday, where they will make their tour Europe "in order to bo as far committee, on motion of Robert W. er and consumer. home, Mr. McKinney being in the away from Mexico City as possible Hunter, member from the can ran your tractor all day and part employ of the Broadway Coal Co.. during tho coming election." He unanimously elected Chesley CLEAR RUN. II. Searcy to lead the party again. In at that place. Tho removal of this stated that ho would nover again en of the night, or all night if you please. placing the name of Mr. Searcy be The fine rain which fell last Sat- most estimable family is a distinct ter Mexican politics, but declared he would return to his native land to You have no idea what you can accomfore the committee, Mr. Hunter said, urday brought about a great change loss to Hartford. retire to private life at his homo in he took great pleasure In suggesting In the appearance of the corn and to plish with a FORDSON TRACTOR una chairman who will be satisfied with bacco crops. They have come out 'Do you have trouble with the wicks Montorey, as soon as tho September nothing less than 40,000 majority for wonderfully In the last few days. of your oil stove sticking and hang- elections were over. til you try. We have the best tractor Gonzales said ho was given every Xho Republican ticket this fall, Mrs. Gertry Funk opened her ing? Yes, wo all do, but the Boss government follow won't, for It is so arranged courtesy by the on the market. school at Taylor's School house Mon- Twin-Li- ft ".FJRht Is On" Searcy. We are prepared to j day, with a goodly number of pupils that it can't stick. It pushes the ing his arre3t in Montorey for allegDetails, of tho campaign organizaupon that give you the service you need in keepwick up from the bottom oh two sides ed complicity in the attack tion were left in tho hands of Chair- present. city by rebels a few weeks ago. He School opened hero Monday, and Instead of ono small cog wheel from man Searcy, who was authorized to ing your tractor going. We have exsaid that It was an "Infamous frame name members of the campaign com- everything seems, according to re- one side. This stove burns 99.6G per cent air to .34 per cent oil. For up" and that ho was sure to clear mittee, his assistants for the cam- port, to be running smoothly. perienced mechanics and operators who himself ot all suspicion "but had been sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mrs. James Everllng s HI. paign, members of the speakers' bu advised to leave Mexico until after know the game, and they are Yates Everllng, who has been quito reau and finance committee, together your Dr. J. R. Pirtle and son, Ferdinand, the elections" by men In close touch with heads of the various campaign sick is now able to attend school. with his personal enemy, Obregon. service at any time you need them. Miss Nora Hoover, who has been returned Sunday afternoon from Hen organizations. It was reported at "Villa is the only important revstate headquarters following tho visiting relatives here for the past derson, where thoy had been visiting olutionary chieftain in Mexico toRemember, the FORDSON is the best meeting that Mr. Calvin will bo as- three weeks, returned to her home in Dr. Pirtle's daughter, Mrs. V. P. day," ho continued upon being pressLigon and Mr. Ligon. Mr. Ligon, sociated with Mr. Searcy in directing Owensboro ' Tuesday. tractor, and remember we have the only who Is with the Engineering Depart- ed for his reasons for suspecting Viltho fight for election of Mr. Ernst, to ment, State Highway Commission has la's published' announcement that he real service department in the county A CARD OF THANKS tho United States Senate. Mr. Ernst accepted a position in the office at would "retire." He stated that then iBaia in a speech following the elec, on tractors. had boen many more revolutions or "Wo wish to express our sincere Frankfort, to which place ho and Mrs tion of Mr. Searcy that tho commltganized along the Texas border, durLigon will move at an early date. tco had named the man for chairman thanks to the friends who rendered ing tho last few months than in tho that he would have named had the assistance in tho death and burial of All of theso reYou are Invited to call and see my interior of Mexico. selection been left entirely with him. our mother, Mrs. Lou Tweddell Van-ove- r, volts had been easily quashed at the especially would we express now Dental Office, Just opened over and "Tho fight Is on," declared Mr. beginning by the armies of De la Searcy," in accepting tho chairman- our appreciation to those who con- Deposit Bank. Besides tho conveniences wo now have, we aro installng Huerta, ho admitted. ' Authorized Ford Selling Agents, tributed tho beautiful floral offerings ship. electrical equipment that will help .Mr. Searcy said ho would give care- and assisted in the song service. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE make our services more proficient. THE FAMILY. ful attention to perfecting his organAll persons having clalniB against Lady attendant. ization and would probably announce the estate ot John II. Miller, deceasYours respectfully, Constipation is tho starting point 4hls week tho names of those who ed, will present same to mo, properly DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON. To bo will assist him in the work. Ho pro- for many serious diseases. proven, on or before September 25. Bank Bldg., Rockport, Ky healthy, koep the bowels activo and mised an activo and aggressive camregular. Heroine will remove all ac- - OfAco hours 8:30 A. M. to 4:00 P. M 1920, or thoy will be forever barrod. rison Flenor left today tho Mrs. Cleatus Fuqua. of paign in the following statement: FrienrfaMn This 12th day of Aug, 1920. cumulationa in tho bowols and put tho Ohio County Baptist Association, at Mrs. John RIcheson and baby, lcngui Culled Unpopular. LEE P. MILLERAdmr. You have been thinking about a system in prime condition. Price 60c. and Pond Run. Misses Eula and Hazol "There is nothing that at present John H. Mlllor, Dec'd Bartlctt ami Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m Separator, now is tho time to buy. Vt3 Miss Margaret Cardwoll, who is Bornlco Tipmoro, spent can bo forsecn to prevent decisive Sunday with You have disposed of your calves and teaching school horo, spent tho' week- Mr. Willie Bartlett victory for tho Republican ticket in LATE MARRIAGE LICENSES you aro not so busy in your crops. Re and family. CROMWELL. end with her mother at Boaver Dam. iicniutnj nu yuur. wnen everymember that the Sharpies Is tho on- Misses Ruth Wilson and Elizabeth thing is considered, and overy factor John Ford, Horton, to Besslo T. ly Separator that skims clean at any Undo Georgo Flenor is on tho sick Taylor loft homo to attend Instltuto placed In tho balance, it is readily Austin, Horton. speed and has only 3 working parts list. He is ono of our oldost citizens. In Union County, 1 where thoy are to oon that Democracy's chances are "W. F. Keown, Whito Run, to Lula to clean comparod to the basket full Miss Hcttio Rannoy, of Chicago, is teach, and while thoro, surprised tholr Binull. 'The statement that "this is Jane Daughorty, Whito Run. of "Tinware of other makes. They horo, spending her vacation with rela- parents and many friends by going n Republican year" is based upon an Lawrence A. Caldwell, Loulsvlllo, cost more than some other irmkes be- tives and frlonds. ovor to Evansvlllo, Ind and getting Mndorstanding of tho facts. Tlio peo- to Effio O. Neal, Loulaville. Mrs. Lulu Gentry, of Llvormore, Is cause thoy aro worth more. You married to Union County boys. Nnw ple havo had Just enough of DemocraJ. C. Stubblefioid, Dayton, O., to don't want a make-shimachlno for horo with her mother, Mrs. J. N. watch, the Institute girls will bo tic mlsirnlo to convinco thorn that Bonnie Hello Tichenor, Echols, Ky. only a yoar or two. A separator is sup- Martin, who is sick. Alio country's hopo is in tho RepubliCletls Daugherty, Renfrow, to Ger- posed to last a lifo timo, and a SharMrs. Leo Gllstrap and llttlo daughcan party. ter, of St. Louis, Mo arrived horo trude Smith, Baizotown. pies will do so. One brick residence; one "In tho state at largo, tho majorW. L. Smith, Narrows, to Mabel D yesterday for n visit with Mrs. LIVIA, ROUTE 2. WILLIAMS & DUKE. ity of men and womon are iiroconcllu-W- r Smith, Narrows. livery stable, in rear of Comfather, Mr. S. E. Dunn, against Wilson's Loaguo of Estll Roynolds, Baizotown, to Alice Miss Ella Shields and Byron Hill Mr. Th 00 Johnson spent Sunday mercial Hotel; one CommerQuito a number of Hartford citiThose peoplo who onco ad- Snodgrass, Gllatrap. zens nttonded tho Association at Pond wore married at tho home ot tho with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. French. cial Building, next to E. J. miral tlio President's conduct of afRaymond McKonncy,, Jenkins, to Run yestorday School began at, Holbrook's MonWednesday brldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. and fairs, a largo majority of thorn life- Myrtlo Taylor, Beaver Dam. Tilford's Restaurant, Beaver Among those whoso names wo wero Shields, last Sunday at 11 a. m. Rev. day, with Miss Paulino Rhoads as long Democrats, have changed tholr Norman B. Wilson, Llvormore, to ablo to secure aro the following: Rov. Thurmnn Mooro, of Morgantown, say- teacher. , Dam, Ky. Also one 25-ac- re wlows. They aro convinced that Hazel D. Dawson, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Cundltt nnd chiland Mrs. Russell "Wnlkor, Mr, and ing tho words that mado them as ono. farm on Hartford pike, V things too far. Thoy has carried Byron Hill, Logansport, to Ella Mae Mrs. S. A. Bratchcr, Mr. and Mrs. Tho Sunday School of Green Rlvor dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. miles from Beaver Dam, lyfm not bring themselves to bollovo in Shields, Cromwell. Jumos C. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. C. E church had an allday service last Noblo Hudson. IxiHcles that would keep our Amerii. 11. Dossett, Beaver Dam, to Smith, Mrs. O ,T. Burns, Prof. J. F. Sunday. A bountiful dinner was Mr. Lon Mlncey spent the latter ing between Park and Miller can lads fighting battles of overy Gwondolyno Chlnn, lloavor Dam. nrunor, Judge Mack Cook, Messrs served undor tho shado trees, after part of last week with his brother, places. For sale until Sept. country on tho faco of the globe. Alvln B. Porter, Horrln, 111., to Wm. Fair, Stevo Ellis, Cal P. Keown which Rov. Thurman Moore preachod Mr. Will Mlncoy, of Rumsoy. "Addod1 to this, tho peoplo have Kilna Mario Black, Hartford. Mr. Elinor Nowcomb and Bister, 1st, 1920. It. IX. Riley, Frank and L. B. Tioho- - 1 splondid sermon, subject, "Bo a See uiffured excess taxation Inflation. Alphonso Unwell, Dotrolt. Mich,, to nor and McDowell Fair, of Chattanoo- Man'" Miss Elsie, ot Evansvlllo, Ind., aro ORMOND TAYLOR, governmental waste and Hist Koikol, Fordsvlllo. Sroflterlng, ga, Tonn., and Rov. R. E. Fuqua, of Rov. nirch Shiolds and Mrs SI1I0UI3, visiting their aunt, Mrs. Carl Bell. . Taylor's Drug Store, Tuchloas uxtravaganco as long as thoy Albert D. Mosoloy, Camp Taylor. this place, who Is also pastor of the Warrou Shields, Tom Goodman, Jus- ' Mr. and Mrs. Elmo'r Wilson and 5 repose to They have plnced tho to Daisy Smith, Hartford. tice Edmons, Orvllle Wilson and Har children spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Pond Run Church. Beaver Dam, Ky. f y, , com-jnltt- eo er statc-nt-larg- o, whole burden of blame upon tho Democratic admlnstrntlon, knowing that a republican Congress has pass-c- d laws empowering that administration to act, but In vain. Terms Vox WHmhiUc. "That Governor Cox has accepted tho Wilsonian idea Is not questioned. Ho has announced to tho country that ho Is "at ono" with tho President on tho League of Nations Issue. Ho prom ises to carry out the Wilson policies 'without tho clotting ot an i or the crossing of a t,' which means that, If ho is elected, America must suffer four years more of what it has en dured slnco 1913, with Wilson as nothing other than tho power behind tho throne. "Let's Get IliLsy" Morrow. Tho speech by Governor Morrow was an appeal for tho workers to go back homo and from this minute get busy to carry Kentucky for Hnrding and Coolldgo along with tho entire Ropublican ticket. He said Kentucky can bo carried for tho party if every Republican will fall in line and do his best from now until tho polls close on November 2. Lnngley Like Outlook. Congressman Langley said he never saw conditions quite so favorable for Republican success as they are In tho mountains of Kentucky. Tho name of Chcs. Searcy, Mr. Langley declared, is tho rainbow of promise to the Republican voters in this section of tho PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. Arthur Potty, of Hondorson, returned home Wednesday , after spending a week here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Woodward, and other relatives. acres good lnnd, with good dwelling, barn nnd outbuildings Tho G. V. Gordon property nt PrenFor Sale 10.5 mid-summ- er Tho Promlum lists of tho big Rock-po- rt Intl., Fair aro out and will bo mailed to any ono who will send a post card to Mr.C.M. Partridge, Secretary. Tho dat03 nro Aug. 25, 2G, 27, nnd 2Sth. Tho Rockport Fair Is not-o- d far and wide for Its beautiful grounds. It Is a natural forest but tho center field Is without a troo. And tho ground ralsos from tho track so ,thnt ono can stand on tho high ground nbout tho track and always have- a vlow of tho race. Tho Rockport Fair" is noted for its exciting races. Thoro is a good Ferry at Rockport and its a .delightful place to spend a vacation. People owning tents or nutomobilod with tents aro Invited to camp on tho ground without oxtra charge Nearly overy day thoy have- a public wod-dlnThey will glvo a nlco prlzo and everything is freo to any couplo 1 m S7 JZMltaiM r ' 1 1 m imMt Tlwte.HglaSar &a -- l? 4ti.t .Ysvf MMt - T"rrJkt i. vrw HU .l- - -- w. i1,- 1 I mv.NaMrv iMft"llffM.:j aJrtef as5fert W: g. I Fordson Tractors y, , o Al-va- ro ro, al We Are Ready To Demonstrate statc-at-larg- e, x at BEAVER DAM AUTOMOBILE CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. d i - -- r. iveai estate D . ft For Sale Gil-stra- Na-IV- int Wll-wv- JT' A h I