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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920. tions nslo tho latitudo allowed memtlmo limit on tho candidate's speech THREE STATES MAY ORYAN FORMERLY bers of both parties I should bo perwas Thornton Shaw, sccrotnry of tho BAN EQUAL RIGHTS mitted to remain silent without forCentral Trades and Labor Council of PUTS BAN ON COX feiting my right to membership in VIEWS ON LABOR Marlon. When Interrupted tho speakWashington, Sept. 4. Louisiana, tho Democratic party." thru snld ho wns about four-fifter Jersey .and Mississippi are tho Enemy Is Outnumbered. his manuscript, and ho ashed for and New women may find "mountain top wns given tlmo to round out his only states In which Lead Fight On Wet asMr. Bryan's his Democratic speech," Honest Labor With Fair speech In a fow Impromptu sentences. themselves unable to voto In tho dom- Will ho styled convenCandidates Cites genoral ing general elections, according to tion oration in behalf of flvo "William L. Hutchinson, Wage, H. C. L. Solution planks, including ono on prohibipresident of tho United Brotherhood suffrage leaders hero. All other states Other "Bolts." He Says have either officially tion, wilt be widely used. In it he of Carpenters and Joiners of America, wero said to held that adequato provisions for this hailed the conilpg of the women votJohn H. Potts a momber of the ers as a great factor in tho campaign. same oreanzia- - purpose already were on their staCnunrll of tho Richard Lee in Louisville Herald Sept.' 6 Senator ,. O., Marlon, ,, ..nlrk.. powers. n former tute books or to have arranged for ph'amplet Washington, 6. Sept. Ayiyiam It has been printed in llardfng's views on tho League of ,oa(,or of tfco ,,, KnIght8 ot Labor, passago of enabling legislation Jennings Bryan, threo times. Demo- form. "Tho mountain top" referNations and labor Issues weio further . , ence follows: i,a ...i,n imnrri hi Attorney General Roberson, of Mis,, icn,i n atMnmnnt.in sissippi, litis written the national cratic candidate for President, not ,, ,, elaborated ! the Republican lioml- "The Bible tolls us ot a time when only will refuse to nupport Governor V nee today on tho ovo of his departure JBup,lorl voman'a party headquarters here that the great Ellsha. was told by hs of tho republican nominee, requirement ot Cox, the present Democratic nominee, servant that the enemy was too great for Minnesota to make his first cam- A comparIgon o Senator Harding's j the stato constitution movo-moeglstratlon at least four months prior but he will head a nation-wid- e outside of Ohio. IuIku Piwch !rccord with that of Governor Cox's majoilty for them. Tho prophet answered: to elect a two-thir"Amcndmont or revision or recon - ifla( Mr Hutchinson, "proves Sena- - to an olectlon precluded nny hope of They that be with us are In both Senate and House that will be "Fear not. structlon" of tho leaguo covenant, no,,or nrd,nB lnuch Inoro taVornbJy in- - women' voting In that state. they that be against us.' ablo to defeat any measure a "wot nioro than In a statement today tho party declared, still was among the .iimlMl- - cllned to organized labor than the And then ho drew aside tho veil, and Jtles to bo considered when tho tlmo governor. An for tho experience of leaders said they had recevled no ro-- I President" might devise. on the mountain top the young man This became known tonight followcamo to frame a specific program for my own craft In connection could seo horses and chariots that had with plies from the Attorney Generals of International peaco. In such a recon- Ohio stato work under Cox, wo have Louisiana and New Jersey to requests ing a conference hold by tho Nebras-ka- n been invisable before. In Just a few with Wayne B. Wheeler and oth-ostruction, ho added, Kuropo wanted found that work done by contractor!? regarding tho status of women voters days sufnational dry loaders' at the Hotel frage another stato will ratify the' was In this nation to lead the way. amendment, and then on the who do not recognize tho status of nnd accordingly tho situation Lafayette. Mr. Bryan Is known to doubt In theso states. Outlining his labor program, ho men In our organization." you will seo the women regard Governor Cox asa 'wet' candi- mountain top ; .advocated a closer relationship and the children, our allies In every said that while ho Mr. Potts date. employers and employe thru thought labor should uso tho ballot APPLES FROM VIRGINIA righteous causo. Wo shall not fall." Mr. Bryan's paper, tho Commoner, SUNT RV MRS. CUMMINS Joint advisory committees nnd volun- to elect its friends, the procedure as the official organ of Ihe new will be tary arbitration and asserted that o organized by the American Federadry Congress SCHOOL OPENS WITH Mrs. Tula Pendleton Cummins, of 'nonpartisan ho believed in unionism, he op- tion of Labor, "discloses tho purely RECORD ENROLLMENT official act ocposed "labor's domination of busi- partisan aim of helping the Demo- Richmond, Va., recently sent to her movemcntV His first apbrother, Dr. E. B. Pendleton, of this curred today when he wired an ness or government." Ho indorsed crats and hurting tho Republicans." Hartford Graded and High School place, several apples of as fine varie- peal to tho 'drys" for publication In opened Monday morning, Sept. 6th, provision of the Uummim;s-Esc- h labor ty as wo have ever seen, which wero The Commoner. It road something w.lth propitious prospects for a great railway act and declared tho MILS. MATTIK IIOCKKlt. grown in Amherst County, Va uron llko this: only cost of living could bo reduml school year. The chapel' was filled Pendle- "As th,o 'wets' are pledging them- almost to overflowing, vlth pupils, Jf laborers gave honest effort In reMrs. Mnttlo Hockor died nt her tho snot whero William candidates patrons and friends. Rev. E. Watt to support 'wet turn for tho present high wages. homo, near Mntanzas, Soptembcr 5, iton, great, gTeat grandfather ot Dr. selves Pendleton wns'born, and also near tho without regard to party affiliations, Smith conducted the devotional ex- Addresses Labor Meeting after a protracted Illness of cancer ot community from which tho the I'drys" should disregard party excises. Hon. Otto C. Martin, a Tho nomlneo'8 views on labor Is- tho throat, at the ago ot 5G years, immodlato emigrated to lines' and securo a Congress writer's memuer of tho school Board, repre- sues wero voiced at a local Labor two months and 28 days. Mrs. Kontucky. dry In both houses so that sented the Board and made a splen- Say Celebration In a speech which ho Hockor, who was originally a Miss Tho fruit was grown at the foot of necessary dry laws and appropria did speech, emphasizing the necessity .cut short after tho chairman of tho Fulkerson, united In marriage with a tions can be passed over the veto of a of Is known as Tobacco Row, between parents, pumeeting had Informed him ho waa Mr. Weaver Hockor at the nge of 19. what and so that a wetl pils and teachers. - group of small mountains, of tho Old wet President Prof. Henry exceeding his alloted time. A local She had been a consistent and dovotPresident may be Impeached and re Leach, one of Ohio County's be3t edu.speaker who advocated Plumb plan cd member of tho Smnllhous Baptist Dominion State. Mrs. Cummins has gained much moved from office, If by failure to en- cators and a former; teacher in the followed tho sonntor on tho program Church since sho was 1G years old. violates his oath of j services conducted fame as a writer, productions from force the law ho High School hero, offered many good After funeral :" to reply to some of tho former's pen having been accepted and office." suggestions to the pupils in his talk. .statements, but the candidate did not by Rev. R. E. Fuqua, inlthe prosence her When Mr. Bryanwas asked how ho He especially emphasized tho proper highest Many times during his of nn immense congregation at the sought for by some of the remain. and best publishers in tho reconciled his Btand with his reply attitude of the pupil tow'ard tho teach apcoch Senator Hardlngs declara Equality M. E. Church, Monday the critics country. Mrs. Cummins has done that ho 'was still' a Democrat" when er and his school work. Music was tions wero greeted with cheers and Oth, tho rcmnlns were burled In the much writing for tho Youth's Com- the Prohibition' party offered him the rendered Iby Miss Kathleen Turner tonight statements by several union Cemotory at that place deceased panion, and Is now a contributor to presidential nomination, he said: husband tho Besides and Amelia Barnett, graduates ot tbe stand wero i officials Indorsing his headquarters. 'is survived her throe sisters and three that magazine. . regard It entirely within my class of ioiO, ot Hartford High by Harding onado public at rights as a member of the party. School. Tho candidate's declaration regard- - j brothers: Mesdames Joo W. Robert- Since I have been active in politics I IHRTIIDAV DINNER. The day was spent in enrolling ing a league program wns made to- - son, Hartford, Joe Shultz, Narrows, have known one Democratic president 'Jnmes Harnett, Providence nnd Squire the pupils, examining those who denight In commenting informally on Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ralph, of to heln elect a Republican president sired promotion and organizing the Rob-o- rt itho visit horo yesterday of Georgo W S. L. Fulkerson, Rockport, Mr. Sunnydale, entertained quit? a num- arid yet remain a Democrat (in this ho school. WilFulkerson, Equality and Mr. "Wlckersuam, former Republican atber of their friends and relatives on referred to tho atitude of Grover There wero 1G5 enrolled In the torney general and n leaguo sup- liam Fulkerson, of HHnol3. Sunday, 'September 6th, with a birth- Cleveland during Mr, Bryan's first grades, and 109 In the high school dei porter. After his conference with for tho presidency.) I partment, fifty-eigday dinner given in honor ot their campaign BIRTHDAY DINNER. of the latter tho nomlnco, Mr. Wlckershnm Issued daughtor, Miss Lona, "who has a have also known one prominent Dem- number being pupils from, out of statement saying tho formor would a Mr. and Mrs. R. I). Stevons enter- stenographic position at Seco, Ky.. ocrat who refused to support a Demo- toSvn. This is by far the largest jiot finally roject tho league. cratic candidate for president and opening .enrollment In tho High tained with a bountiful dinner at their and is now at home on a visit. "General Wickcrsham's statemont" Besides tho Immediate family there who obtained his reward In elevation School within the history of the inhomo Sunday, September 5, In tho aald Senator Harding tonight, "calls guests pres,-en-t, as a Democratic president (referring stitution. Nocreok neighborhood, the occasion wero about twenty-fiv- e lor no construction from mo. Wo do being In honor of Mrs. Stevens fath-,o- r, to President Wilson's attitude In anwho report a pleasant time' The Board is arranging, to employ not wrlto statements for our visitors other Bryan campaign.) V. F. Stevens, of Jeff, 111. Mr. another teacher. This will make This is not nor censor their words. "Then I recall the Instance of , a CARD OF THANKS. present wero Mr. and Mrs. W. a. campaign of one mind, nor is there Thoso helping to four teachers giving full tlmo to We wish to express our sincere Republican Mr. and, Mrs. high school work. Republicans shall R. Stovons and children, insistence that all Stovons, Mr. and Mre. L. M. thnnks to our friends and neighbors elect a Democratic president and still ft think precisely as tho nomlnco thinks. Lon Ward and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lpyd who were so kind and helpful during remaining not only a Republican, but SINGING) CONVENTION "I have spoken In tho speech of quite a prominent one- - (referring to daughter, Helen, Mr. the Illness and burial of our wife and AT WILLIAMS' MINES and again on August 28 on Wornlca and for the the late Theodore Roosevelt at tho Nations, and Mrs. James Le,wls, of Dukohurst, mother, Alice A. Ward, and .the matter of tho League of Taft was defeated for ot tho undertaker, Mr. time President Messrs. Ernest Bennett, Homer Llnd- - kindness The South Side Singing Convention and the purpose uttered In these for loy, nnd Sam Shaver, and sister, Miss Casoblor. was held at Wllllami' Mines Sunday. will notbo altorcd. "Surely with such eminent illustra MR. J. B. WARD AND FAMILY. Vug. 29th, with five chotrs present, "It Is folly to talk about a specific Ann. o The Convention was called to order Tirogram. Tho specific thing must be MRS. A. X. WILSOX. by Frank Duke and formerly opened evolved out of a conference ot tho by song and prayer senlco by Mr. best thought and highest cnpaclty Mrs. k. N. Wilson died at her home G. W. Bennett, after wh'ch officers brought together, not at Prentiss, In tho afternoon ot which can bo r-wero clq '.'ed as'followj: G. P. Jones, tho diction ot ono spokosman. Wo all Thursday, Septomber 2, at 5:30, af' Chairman and L. B. Lonoy, Secretaamendment or .aro agreed now that Mow- .- Think ! , Fellows,- ter an illness of two years or more. ry, i rovlslon or reconstruction Is possible Burial ot tho remains took place on ONE OF THEM SLOGANS LIKE The following choirs and leaders and vastly hotter than reservations. tho day following, at Prentiss, after "HE KEPfr US OUT OF WAR. warn In attendance: Liberty, iforaco TUoroovor, Europo is in accord, and " funeral services conducted by Rev. . P.EATS ALL OP YOUR. OLD Taylor; Independence, Eugene Hlbbs; T' Tins suggested that we lead tho way. E. S. Mooro, of Beaver Dam. i KH ...i 7 . PLATFORM BUNK.IO UtAin. Mt. Hormon, Mrs. Lydla Westerfleld; "Manifestly the path I? opening In 1887 sho became a follower ot WUHams Minos, Bert Lee; Pond Run, clearly and wo shall play America's Christ nnd united with tho M. E choir Horace Taylor. A Juvenllo (( s &ZP tblg part'and hold fast to all America, Church at Prentiss, ot which she ( Hlbbs, was conducted by Eus-on.;.- -. THAT CMC molds dear. There can be no lack of tho end, a devoted member to ' Surb vtowat J present and also participated In. the I I clarity nbout that." n In addition to hor husband Mrs. program! Several quartetts wero al. Agricultural Issues are tb have Wilson is survived by six children, all rendered by members of the varlouB in the Sena- ot whom resido nt Prentiss, also two most oxcluslvo attention choirs and G. P. Jones rendered a tor's speech Wednesday at tho Min- brothers, Messrs. George and Joo temperehce solo. nesota state fair, but ha may make Lum, of Galveston and Texarkana, This meeting of the Convention talks at othor places during Texas, respectively. short was unusually Interesting and suc Al.ho ho tho trip on othor subjects. cessful, tho songs being better renliaB declared his disinclination to any THE BLACK CAT CLUB dered than at any previous meeting. bpoech HIMMKRMAN WITH MISS rear platform or impromptu Tho convention adjourned to meet at imnktng ho Is understood to feel that Liberty, on tho 5th Sunday in OctoMiss Wlnnlo Davis Slmmorman it will bo difficult to avoid some modber, 1920. was hostess to"1 tho Black Cat Club his program. ification of Thursday afternoon, September 2nd Indorsed Ily Labor Loaders. MORE FREAKS. Travollng on a special train, the A number of Interesting games of Dr. G. B. Dockery, ot Beaver Dam, his party will leavo Ma- "GOQ" wero played, Mrs. Henderson Senator and brought to tho Republican office a winning tho prize fpr high rion early tomorrow morning and' Murphree destalk of corn last Saturday, on which ou score. Af'tor tho games a most will make a mldafterrooi: call there were' thirteen ears, or shoots, was sorved. The guests MaJ. Gen. Wood at Fort Sheridan, licious lunch nil bearing corn. They wore, In way north. Ac- of the afternoon were: Mrs. C. R. near Chicago, on tho fact, subdivisions of two ears, growColumbus, Oa.; Mrs. Vor-no- n companying tho candidate will be McCnllistor, ing from two shanks. Tho Doctor Ligon, Frankfort, Ky; Mrs. A. C. Mrs Harding, tho Senator's secretary. said he took the first stalk, or the City. The Club, Members Georgo bhrlstian Jr., and a clerical Porter, one nearest the gate, and that he present were Mesdames L. T. Riley, Mco Who will la kjpt bu?y with- Henderson Murphree, John Taylor, could have, In all probability, found " 9 conesnondenco aul othor work clur- A. D. Kirk, Misses Leila Glenn,' Mat corn further down In the field that . . Ing the trip. would have made this particular Mary LauDuko, Norln6 Barnett, Conference with the bosses on a very Important matter. At tho labor day celebration today, tie stalk 'look like nothing. a ra Pendleton and Mary Marks. tho prosldlng officer who enforced ed Na-tlnn- n! nl I r ol-thtwo-thirfore-paren- ts two-thirds Will Use Airplane To Fill Speaking Engage- Ment. 'ii. 'I ht Chicago, 111., Sept. 4. "Suro I'll ' fly! Delighted to do It,' said Lieut. . Col. fheodoro Roosevelt at Republican headquarters in Chicago when he was told that the citizens of Okmulgee, Okla., were extremely anxious to have him speak to them next Tuesday. "Wire them nt once to complete their nrrangements, and do not let anything Interfere with It.". Capt. Victor Hointz, assistant to Chairman Will II. Hays, of tho 'Republican Commlttoe, had received a telegram from tho Republicans In Okmulgee, asking that Colonel Roosevelt address them on his forthcoming trip with Raymond Bobbins to the West. The original tour as planned for speeches In Tulsa, Okla., Tuesday afternoon, September 8, and. Wichita, Kan., September 9. Okmulgee is south of Tulsa and on acpount of train connections It was impossible to visit that city. 'If you will have Colonel Roosevelt come," wired the Okmulgee Republican, 'wo will provide him with a fine Curtis Oriole machine. He can leave for Tulsa after his afternoon meeting nnd bo In Wichita in plenty of" tlmo for his speech next day." Colonel Rosevelt readily agreed to the trip. Colonel Roosevelt "came to Chicago today, preparatory to starting out on his Western speaking trip next Monday. Ho was met at the LaSallo street station by a committee, consisting ot United States Senator Hartf New, of Indianapolis, Mrs. Crlstine Bradley South, women's secretary ot national committee;' Mrs. Manloy'L. Fosseen, director of tho women's speakers' bureau; Congressman Ames W. Good, of Iowa, and MaJ.E. H; . Wlll'iams. The party went directly to. a hotel, where Colonel Roosevelt Joined Ma sister, Mrs. Allco Roosevelt Long-wort- h. At the station, Colonel Roosevelt hurriedly explained that he had. Just come from the state of Malno. ( "We carried Maine by 5,000 four years ago," he said, "but we'll carry It by a whale ot a vote thlsimo, probably 25,000." At the Republican committee headquarters, he made tho following statement-: HUNTING ANOTHER VOTE CATCHER r '- cd - r'1-i.swvs- ITSffA M?!ki rwklfO fei i f Founded on injustice, in many instances and containing Article X, tho league Is a death trap. "The Democrats are stating that the soldiers fought In France In order to establish tho Leaguo of Nations. I think I am Justified in saying that I know the soldiers better than those that are saying, this. I want to tell theso Democrats that our soldiers fought In France not. for this league, but for one thing only tho United States. "The men who gave their lives on tho battlefield fell not for weak lntornatlonlsm but with tho thought that they wero saving American liberty, and Amorican Ideals and. American Institutions. FREAK APPLE. Mr. James Ashley, of tho Boda ' country, brought a freak apple, or rather a double apple to this office last Saturday. The fruit grew from ono stem at the base of whtchjhere was only onu core or heart but on putting a portion of It awdy, two perfect hoarts wore shown. The apple bears two well developed blosuoin ends, not exactly on opposite sides but about three inchos apart. It Is not two apples grown to each other, but simply ono apple ot elongated shape, with two blossom ends. " "Tho great Issue of the campaign the Wilson League of Nations. Like all good Americans I do not wish to I know what war seo future wars. Is and I have three little boys. There .re the seeds ot more future entanglements In that document than there In anything of its kind 'In history. Is lUEgJ' a& IWrJ Mrs Julia Allen and daughter, Maggie, have taken tho Bunger resi dence and will reside here during tho Mra Vlnrnnnn Allan ami Minnl imp ...... . .v. ........ w.ww- - lgranddaughter, Sudie, bavo alaojro- turned here for tho school year. They are occupying rooms with Mls3 Emmer J?ajk. I- . V - VARDAMAN ROASTS PRESIDENT WILSON Sees Southern Administration As Ex-Senat- or Mere Sham. (Commercial .Appeal.) Hickory Flat, Miss., Aug. 30 In n Wltor attack on tlio Dbmocratlc administration, In which Woodrow Wilson was charged with almost everything from original sin to present Jamesi K. Vardaman today an audience of Mississippi Demotold crats that not only would ho bo a candldato for tlio United States Senate again, but that he would shy his castor Into the ring at tho first op- Ss probably expected it. But It was of more than ordinary Interest that the announcement should como a speech which throughout its two hours was made up of an indictment of a Democratic administration and a Democratic president that south." Mr. Vardamarf criticized the adwould havo done credit to tho most adept Republican orator that has yet ministration on tho running of tho undertaken to rlddlo the party and Its railroads during tho war, particularly on tho return to private ownership. record of eiglit years. thnt the government Mr. Vardaman insisted that he did He insisted come to Hickory Flat in the in- didn't hesitate to pay them nearly a not terest of anybody, though Albert C. billion dollars, but 'declined to proAnderson, tho candldato for Congress vide a decent bonus for tho soldiers. ",You mtfdo sacrifices," he said, from this district, was his personal made "your boys jaiade sacrifices, but tho and political friend. And ho no appeal for Mr. Anderson. But Mr. railroads didn't." Ho insistdd that ho did not come to Anderson, who preceded him, was somewhat critical himself of the war advise the people, but merely to talk record of the Democratic administra- to them. "I am not hero as a candldato. ' he tion and particularly of tho league of declared, "nor in anybody's Interest. nations. Many of the arguments of both Mr. Anderson and Mr. Vardaman Somebody said I was hers for Albert met and flowed along in tho same Anderson. He is my personal and channel. About the only difference political friend. .But I am not ndvls-in- g you how to vote. I am here was that Mr. Vardaman covered a in the interest of the people." wider field and went more into detail. There is no doubt that it was a Ifcips President Continually. It could not be Vardaman audience. Ho said himself that ho intended said that tho 'audience agreed with to make his remarks scattering. He him in his attacks on the administratalked about almost everything from tion or on the president, but his negro domination to woman suffrag, criticisms more than once aroused a but generally concluded with a fling cheer, and during the entire two 5 President Wilson. hours he had splendid attention. He '"I wouldn't change a single vote I began speaking about 2 o'clock .folvast on any war measure," he declar- lowing an Introduction by Joe Owen, ed. "Not one. And I wouldn't re- of New Albany, one of the defeated call a single word I uttered. I have candidates in tho first primary for escaped tho penitentiary, and I have Congress. not come under the espionage law. e Theodore Roosevelt and I are about Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea tho only ones who didn't. These Kcmcdy in Michigan. espionage laws are still In effect. In Mrs. A.' II. Hall, Casevllle, Mich , fact, all the war machinery is still says,' "I wish to thank you for your going on, but your senators and rep- grand good medicine, Chamberlain's resentatives think more of the flat- Colic and Dlarrohoea Remedy. We tering vanity of the man in tho are never without It In the house, and "White House than they do of taking I am sure It saved our baby's life this the burden off of you. summer." "Wilson is crazier than I though, Casevllle Mrs. Mary Carrlngton, and that is pretty crazy. Why, tho Mich., says, "I have used Chamberlatest thing is a bill he has had his lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy attorney general send to the govern- for years and it has always given ors of all the states instructing them prompt relief." m , to have it enacted into law to prevent legislators from violating their MINERS AMBUSHED pledges mado in campaigns. "We hear of a lot of sublimated rot IN MINGO COUNTY called altruism in which we are aaked to tako care of other nations. During Williamson, W. Va., Sept. 4 A the last few days I was in the Senate party of miners en route to work at Woodrow Wilson asked for $100,000,-00- 0 Mohawk, McDowell County, Just to fcv.y food for tho Russians. across tho Mingo County line, woro Thoy sent it. I didn't. At that very fired upon today by unidentified jier-sotlmo wo wanted the embargo taken concealed in tho mountains, acoff of cotton to Russia. A committee cording to reports received here toof southern sonators called on the night. As federal troops, sont into president. Ho said tho embargo tho coal strike region several days ago ought to bo lifted, but Franco and do not operate in McDowell County. England would not agreo to It. It Sheriff Daniels went to tho scene late cost you millions of dollars. in tho day for tho purpose of making CallWar Expenditures "firjift." an investigation. "Since 1914 thoro has never boon According to the reports' rocoived such a carnival of grrtft and rascality hero, tho miners who wero attacked In any country. Six months before roturiijd tho fire, and tho sheriff exwo wont into tho war Jim Reed and pressed the opinion that a number of I were pleading with tho women In the assailants had been wounded. the western states to vote for Wilson Mohawk has boon the scone of ro and keop us out fo war. I thought cent dlsordors. hoter.of woman suffrago then because Tho quosMon of'martlal law for the tho women elected him. Then he Mingo County coal strike region will plunged us into tho war, be settled horo tomorrow, when Drlg. "Tho part the boys played in that Gon. Sturglss, United States, army, war is splondld. Tho part tho moth will confer with Adjt. Gon. Dowoese, er and fathors at homo played is of Kentucky, and Adjt. Gen. T. II. Da itlendid. But tho part this govern vis, of West Virginia, on tho subject, ment played Is in some respects pusil- It was announced hore tonight. Genlanimous. Take, for lnstanco, tho eral Sturglss arrived here today and avUtlon bill. Thoy wastod a billion tho two adjutant generals aro expect dollans and got only 213 flying cof- ed to appear early tomorrow morning. fins. You tollers have It to pay. Mr. They will ropresont tho governors of "Hughes mado an Investigation and their respective states. roeommonded somo prosecutions. But Mr. Wilson did not prosoouto. Ho tjdgd to populurlio the war by lotting 9Vgry newspaper and evory rascal everything that could bo' got and For Infants and Children ohargg It up to postorlty. Years "Why, bought In Use For Over tho government Always uhont 300,000 hoad of horses, and the then proceeded to ordor a coppor Signature branding iron for each two horses. eand-wiched- in ns - ' portunity. "I am not now a candidate," he declared, "but I am going to bo a enndidato for the first legal vacancy Thoro are two vacancies now, but neither is legal." Tho statement itself was not particularly surprising. Tho Democrats of Benton and Tippah and Marshall Thoy bought 70,000 pounds of coppor at .19 cents. It was found that only wero needed. The GO.000 pounds surplus was sold to the samo contractors at 11 cents. When the armistice camo and tho secretary of wa,r was authorized to clear up war contracts he paid the odntraotors $40,000 and nevor branded a single horso. Thon there is Hog Island. This. was a scheme of Frank Vmidorllp. Hiram Johnson and I ralsod a fuss about it and Wilson sent down a committee to Investigate. They found that $.10,000,000 had been stolen, but nothing was ovor done about it. All of those things would not have happened if tho sonators and representatives on duty in Washington lost woro thinking of you. You $485,000,000 nlono In 1914 because Woodrow Wilson wouldn't stand by you on your cotton. "On tho floor of tho Senate I pleaded with my colleagues not to put the He Is no good ns negro in uniform. a soldier. ' If ho had been ho would havo destroyed us during reconstruction days. But Woodrow Wilson has ruined tho negro of this country. Ultimately he will bo colonized. Mexico will fall into our lap "I think the American flag will somo day float from tho Artie circle to Panama, and I don't care if it does I if wo havo race discrimination. Hko tho negro, but I do think he Is an Incubus on the moral, tho intellectual and the economic life of the COX'S SUPPORT. OF WILouN MLANb Washington's Sharks Regard As Fatal fcrod any suggestion of anything tiew for tho hcttorlng of tho government. "Whatover rrrrimhVliat ho says, is thrs: coum i, no ufcfxAl I w,Ison m w "b"bottor. Hence I hnvp accepted his I position In toto. Furthermore, any- Is doing exactwho attacks Political onethe snme ns It himkicked a woodly he Visit ed soldier in tho stomach." i I - 1 S i J&t,trz ' - TtTT-rT- T "V. Jt 11KFOUM SCHOOIj HOYS TO C'JiKAN UP CAUUSIiK Washington, Aug. More and Frankfort, Ky., Sopt. 3 At tho moro the impression prevails in the Inatnnce of n delegation from Carlisle National Capital that when Governor which enmo hero and told Stato offl- -. Cox called upon President Wilson nt cfhls that the health of tho communi tho White Houso ho handed Senator ty Is threatened by filth accumulatHarding a certificate of election. boys ed lu the streets, twenty-fiv- e Tho general belief prevails here from the Houso of Reform woro orthat tho country had already mado up dered to Carlislo to help clean up Its miud to rcpudiato tho President. debris following tho recent flood, Ills arroganco toward those differing Thoy will make the trip at tho with him In opinion, his Specious proof Carlisle. Available labor at mises of four years ago about keep- tho .stricken city Is utilized in building this, country out of war, his Ideal- ing bridges, nearly all of which woro istic and impracticable notions about washed away. Mexican and European affairs, his flirting with Socialism while flaying The Host Advertisement. Bolshevism, the general IncompetenTho best advertisement any mercy and wasto of his Administration, chant can havo is n satisfied custoand his efforts to prevent vy slight- mer. No greater recommendation can est protection of American Interests be given an article than tho following In tho League of Nations covenant, by E. B. Milburn, Prop., Gulon Drug had completely estranged great mass- Store, Gulon-- , Ark. "Wo havo sold es of the people. Tho Democratic Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for convention, It was thought In Wash- years and have always found that It ington, had put forward Its most gives perfect satisfaction." m -- promising candldato in that he was supposed to bo somewhat antagonistic to the Wilson ascendency over tho KENTUCKY'S ROAD FUND $1,951,755 Democratic party and had not been nominated by the friends and follow i ers of tho President. (Loulsvlllo Times) Washington, Sept. 3 Unless FedHence tho White Houso visit and the subsequent utterances of tho two eral action is taken during the curFed-ormen came like a bombshell. Public rent fiscal year concerning aid in road building, tho resulting opinion was thereby denied. Cox tied himself to a dead horse, politically uncertainty as to the future of this speaking. In so many words ho de work will seriously handicap Kenclared that he would uphold the po- tucky and numerous other States and sition of the President in regard to causo tho entire road building prothe league and all other matters, that gram to suffer a serious setback, the President's fight was his fight. Thomas II. MacDonald, chief of tho Tho President let it be known that Bureau of Public Roadsof the Dethe Cok atttude was eminently satis- partment of Agriculture, said today. 'The last apportionment of Feder factory to him. Many Democratic members of the al funds to aid States in road conHouse and Senate wore dismayed and struction under tho existing Federat Some among them aid act, became available July 1," dumbfounded. "This is the said Cox could do no more In the be- said Mr. McDonald. ginning of the campaign than stand largest apportionment yet certified by the Democratic President and tho under the Federal aid act, amounting Administration. These to $100,000,000. Democratic privately expressed "the opinion, af"A deduction of $3,000,000 or 3 ter he had made this Initial movo and per cent of the funds will bo made to mado sure of a united party, that ho provide for the expense of adminiswould gradually break away from the tering tho Federal aid act by thu Deabsurdities and unAmercanlsm of the partment of Agriculture. of $97,000,000 will be divided Chief Executive's position and assume a more independent attitude1. Repub- among the States in proportion to lican members of Congress laughed at their population, area and milage of this. They said Cox had buried him- post roads. The Federal i.llotmenls self beyond resurrection by his un- to Kentucky on this basis a'noant to necessarily taking on tho load of $1,951,755.43, of which $l,4C3,3iO.-5- 7 comes from the apportionment of Woodrow Wilson, whom the country repudiated in 1918 and Is ready to the last installment of tho 1919 Fed- -' repudiate again. eral appropriation, while the remuin- -' But both Republlflan and Democr- der comes from tho last apportionatic members showed a disposition to ment of the 1916 Federal appropriawait. They would see what effect tion. If Kentucky absorbs this en- the visit had on the country. They tire apportionment it will mean that would see what Cox said in nls speech more than $4,000,000 worth of Fed They found that the eral aid road construction will be unof acceptance. country reacted unfavorably to the dertaken in tho Bluegrass State durPresident, as was to have been ex- ing the next two years. "Under tho law tho States arc repected. And! they found that t he acceptance speech only accentuated the quired to enter into formal agreealliance between Wilson and Cox. ments with the Secretary of AgriculThey took tho position and still hold ture for the construction upon which to it that Cox is not fighting his own this money Is to be used before July battle but that of Wilson, and that 1, 1922. Any money which is not if Cox should bo successful at the taken up before that tlmo will bo repolls ho would carry on the Ideas and apportioned among ail the Stales In the same manner in whicn the origmethods of Wilson and not of Cox. Further credence to. 'his vl"W is inal apportionments are made." Officials of the Roads Human, how-ovo- r, given by the fact that Cox since his point out that all previous apnomination has shown not the slightindependence. . He portionments havo been taken up In est originality or has not Indicated that If elected ho tho time allotted and In tholr.oplnlon will stand out for something different it Is not likely that Kentucky and and better than has already bcon dopo tho other States will fall to absorb He ha3 not of- - this last apportionment. by President Wilson. so al The-balanc- e Fordson Tractors Ohio county is falling far short of her duty in raising wheat. "We should at 'least-raisenough wheat to bread our e ' inhabitants. It is true that occasionally we have a bad season, and a big fall off in acreage and yield is inevitable, but we must not get discouraged. We must double our energies, strengthen our sail and the general average will be satisfactory. Some claim a shortage in labor. 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T Getting Shaky V$Ev7 '" - - '' Why Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron When the doctor treats your blood, ho gives you iron, for iron is said to be tho best thing in all medicine to build up tho blood. Sometimes ho ,doca this by regulating your ho administers iron in the form of pills or tonics. But always ho is seeking a way to got more iron into your blood he is trying to put back this great buildcr-o- f health and (strength. diet-some- times j "JkiW fm, jgLj in Nature itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents. I'lio story of tho discovery of this new form of iron reads almost like a fairy talo and medical scicnco lias proved its remarkable g powers beyond qucstiou or doubt. Wood-makin- Acid Iron Mineral may bo procured in eitlinr limiifl np iUn mnn cnn yenicnt tablet form at nny drtiA store. Quick Improvement from . umuiua nu iuuimoi or uijiuiuiu ilrugd and will not blacken the teeth. New Form of Iron It has been especially noted that pale, Tho new way to restore iron to tho puny children, weak, perblood tho surest and most depend- sons and tho.se enfeebled by ago show able of nil methods is' throiiRh tho imuroveincnt ntul pvliihit. increased uso of Acid Iron Mineral. This is strength almost immediately after a natural form of solublo iron, found starting treatment. For Salo by OHIO COUXTV DRUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ify. run-do- gt CASTOR fA "4&fyS&t 30 lV OJUur I MWtkYuM up JVIBCe. tho oldest inhabitant, sir,"1 said the Iioniface. "She's an oven hundrod A Now Yorker visiting a New Eng- today." , T land village one day observed from "And toll mo, who is that the windows pf his hotel an unusual little man walking by tho old lacommotion In the street. dy's sldo?" "May I ask what Is going on:"' ask. He's "That, sir, is her ed thb Now Yorker of tho owner. i uuun Hooping up nor lite insurauto, "We're celebrating tho birthday r.f for thQ last thirty years." SOX-1X.LAsad-facson-in-la- A l'llKSEHVIXd p HOUSE REPUBLICANS EFFECT BIG SAVING Prpvide For Centralization Of Money Strings In One Bag Washington, Sept. In spite of tho voto by tho President of tho budget bill nt tho closo of tho last session of Congress, tho Houso has provided for n chnngo In its own rules which will effect a coordination in tho system of making expenditures which will have n salutary effect in 'bringing about governmental economy. A resolution ndoptcd by the Republican Houso nialces thrco Important changes, ns follows: It centers lit ono Commlttco on Appropriations, composed of thirty-fiv- e mombcrs, tho authority to report nil appropriations, and takes 'from the Commlttco on Agriculture, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Committee on Indian Affairs, Committeo on Military Affairs, Commlttco on Naval Affairs, Committeo on Post Offlco and Post Roads, and tho Illvers and Harbors Committee, tho authority now vested in those commtitecs to report i P appropriations. it requires that any Senate amendment to n 'general appropriation bill originating in the House shall submitted to the Houso for a separate be-fir- st voto beforo such amendment" bo n greed to by tho managers on tho part of tho House. ' It permits tho raising of a polntof order nt any time on any appropriation itenr carried In any bill or Joint "Tosolutlon reported by any commlttco not having Jurisdiction to report nppropriatlonsr It is at onco apparent that tho principal chango in tho rules of the House is tho ono centering all appropriations in a slnglo commPtue. This chango was strongly urged by practically overy person who anpuared beforo tho committee as bolnc a vory important and necessary stop, if in tho futuro appropr'ations aro to bo inado with Intelligence and economy It was tho intention of tho framers of tho Constitution that Congress, and Congress alone, should be responsible for appropriations of public money. Tho Constitution provides: No money shall bo drawn from tho Treasury but In consequence of appropriations mad6 by law, and n regular statement of tho accounts on tho receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from tlmo to time. (Art. 1, sec. 0 par. 7.) Under this plain mandate of the fundamental law of tho. land, Congress should be satisfied with tho adoption of nothing short of tho vory best plan that can bo devised for making appropriations out of the Treasury of the United States. Tho rules of tho Houso governing its procedure In this respect have been changed from time to tlmo. Tho Committee on Ways and Means of tho Ilouso was created as a Belect committee in 17SD with Jurisdiction to report Revenue, appropriation, and banking currency moasures. It was made a standing committeo in 1802 and continued with that Jurisdiction until 18G5, or 7G years, therefore, that committee had Jurisdiction over all revenue, appropriation ,and banking nnd currency legislation. All appropriations in tlio beginning wero reported. In ono bill. Tho number of thV, regular annual appropriation bills gradually Increased until by 18S0 it had. reached tho present number of thirteen regular appropriation Tdlls and ono or moro deficiency appropriation bills. Tho Jurisdiction of tho Committee on Ways and Means was divided in ISfiS. Up' to that timo, as has been Btated, it had control over all revenue appropriation, and banking and currency bills. In 1SG5 a Committeo on Appropriations and a Committee on, Hanking and Currency was created. To tho Committeo on Appropriations was glvem Jurisdiction to report tho gonernl appropriation bills and to tho Committeo on Banking and and currency legislation. Cur-roncy, , from his commanding officer to visit lits wlfo, n war bride who is in dell-cat- o health, and was transferred to the destroyer McDonough, bound for Now York, lnstcnd of going to Philadelphia in tho Blddlo with tho rest of tho crow. After describing preliminaries to what ho termed "tho last divo called for in tho test," ho said: "Wo hit bottom nnd rested easily Tho captnln nnd tho men had a conference when wo started tho air sal vage systom'of work. This was 2,30 pounds of compressed air pressuro nnd wo tried to blow tho water out 6f tho tank, but tho added water was too much and wo could not rise. The torpodo room was completely flooded. Wo closed tho wator tank door from tho torpedo room into the bat-toroom, but still thoro was from two to threo feet of water u each room two to threo feot of water in each room. Wo wero also unsuccessful In trying to blow tho water out of tin torpedo room. Alitor blowing all of tho oil out of tho fuel tank wc were still 'o pravy to rise. 'Tin captain," he continued,. 'then figured out that our boat was 231 feet long and tho water was but ICO feet dqep, and that by standing the boat on her nose, the stern would project thru tho water. To do this, we had to let tho water 'rom other compartments run into the storage room, whero wo knev. it would form a deadly chlorine gaj. But there was nothing clso to do. "We blow out thl'J water, but as It rushed past nnd the stern began to rise, we were all swept along with it Several of tho men sustained injur Irs. The salt water on the batory plates caused tho formation of chlorine pas and" tho men began choking. We had only six gas masks between us; I had none. "Tho captain worked his way aft a speaking tube. Wo finally had to quit" our posts as wo were choking with tho gas. With difficulty we got Into the next compartment, but had to retur nto open a valve so that wo could get air. Tho lights then went out. 'Finally wo got Into the tiller room and after five hours' work, managed to drill n small hole thru the steel plates. Wo were then about twenty-fiv- e feet abovo tho water. We put some old rags on tho fuel oil pipe and pushed it thru ono of those holes as a signal , to a steamer we saw passing about five miles away. 'But she evidently did. not see us and passed us by. 'An hour later the Alanthus came nlolfg and luckily for us she was off her routo thru being partailly disabled. She saw us and sent a boat to help us. After getting a cable around us, two crows from the boat started to drill from tho outside. We kept on working on Inside, but tho air was so foul wo could work onlv for ten minutes at a timo and fall Finally a hole was back exhausted. made large enough to put a hose thru ami air was pumped Into us. "Wo rigged up a funnel and thru this wo rccoived the first water wo had had in twenty hours. After behours a plate ing down thirty-fiv- e was cut thru largo enough to be carried out." Whltohead said all the officers and crew ate for the cntlro tmo they were submerged was canned tomatoes, corned boef and. string beans, as the compartment in which other food was stored was flooded. Tho supply of drinking water for all on board during tho period of distress was two Whltohead explained bucketsfull. there was no danger from possible explosion of tho eight torpedoes on board, becauso tho electric batteries wero, dampened by tho water that rushed into tho torpedo compartment. ry 990B9CTSS5KE MBflBWHwww awiiwi im ,mm twi zzxxTfsnuxr -- iiTjrj TV" Fide Farther on Goodyear Tires in Your Small Car h decides what you really pay; hence, do not, experiment with tires made It is tire performance, not price, that "vkkik 7 to sell at sensationally low prices. i You can secure in Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3', 30x3 and 31x4inch sizes, ahighrelativevaluenotexceededeven in the famous Goodyear Cord Tires on the world's finest automobiles Goodyear experience and care are applied to their manufacture in the world's largest tire factory devoted IS . to these sizes. 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' 'A 50 30x3 eiie in waterproof kn , f'J' GET RID OF HER -- TROUBLES AT-- 75 "Tanlac is Certainly a Fine jVledicine For Elderly People," She Says Among the many Kentucky people who havo recently testified to the powers of Tanlac, Is Mrs. Nannie Chappell, residing at 3724 Old Third Street, Louisville, who In relating her experience suhi. years of "I am now seventy-fly- o age, Imt I doubt If there are many women that old who feel any better than I do slnco taking Tanlac. Why, during all tho years of my life I havo never seen or heard of a medicino to equal it, for a fow bottles have relieved mcpot a" case of rheumatism, norvousness and Indigestion that had years. troubled mo for twonty-thre- o Sometimes my lower limbs hurt mo so bad.. I couldn't walk and at times my arms pained mo so I couldn't ralso my hands to comb my hair. I had several attacks every year and while they wero on mo I could neither got up or down without help. Many a time I got so neryous I would shake liko a leaf and just dreaded to sco night comd, for It was impossible for mo to sloep. My appetite left mo, too, and everything I ate disagreed with mo. "Finally I got so bad off with this houmatlsm that I couldn't stay on my feot any longer. While I was down In bod my son, who Is a passenger engineer on tho Louisville and Nash-vlll- o railroad, came to sco mo and said, "Mother you romember how I suffered so long with stomach trouble and cauld hardly eat at all, and lost welghi and thought I would have to quit work? Well, you see mo now weighing two hundred and fifteen pounds, and in such a good cendition that I can eat pork or anything else I- want and my health Just perfect. Tanlac dkl this for me and I'm going to get you a, bottle." So he did, and' almost as soon as I began taking it I felt hotter. In a few days I had a - goqd appetite and was able to get out of bed. I have takon three bottles of Tanlac now and am feeling like a different person. Every sign of the rheumatism is gone and I amibt only able to sleep soundly every night but I usually take a nay during the day. Tanlac is certainly a fine medicine- for old people and I will gladly tell anyono personally just 'What it has done for me." Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. L. D.'Dean, in Horse Branch by Ola-to- n Drug Co., in Rockport by Jame3 Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace & Porter, In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr., r.nd In McHenry, by S. J. Tichenor. Advertisement. COULDN'T REMEMBER SWEETHEART'S NAME whch they wero Interpreted. AVERS G. O. P. WILL He was sentenced to six months GAIN 2 SENATORS jail and was fined $500. No part Sept. 4. Senator Washington, Polndextor, chairman of the Ropubllcan Senatorial Committee, issued a statement today upon his return to Washington from a Western tour, declaring that tho Republican majority after7 the November electlor would bo certainly increased by two. "Excellent prospects," ho added, existed for its increase by a total of seven. Republican candidate's for senator in Idaho nnd Colorado he predicted would win, while In Arizona, California, Novada, Oregon and Kentucky tho committee also expected sucMiles cess., aw CASTO Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I RA . 7 WILSON'S INSTRUCTIONS TO COX Speak tho speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue; but if you mouth It, as many of your players do, I had as Hot speko my lines. Nor do tho town-crie- r not saw tho nlr too much with your hands, thus; but uso all gently; for In tho vory torrent, tompest, and' as I may say tho whirlwind of passion, you must acquire and beget a temperance that may give It smoothness. (Tho Pathfinder.) Hamlet. When you havo an achy, stretchy feeling nnd you are dull, tired and discouraged it is a sign of npproach-in- g malaria or chills. You should net quickly to ward off an attack. Horbine offers you tho Help you,neod. It destroys tho malarial germ, drives HAYES HOME IS, GIVEN T0 STATE out nil Impurities, and makes you fool bright, vigorous and cheerful. Sold by Ohio County The home of former President PrJco 60c. m Rutherfcyd' B, Hayes at Fremont, Drug Co. Ohio, has been presented to the state COOLNESS OK MEN by his son, Col. Webb C. Hayes. The RAVKI) CASUALTIES place Is named Spiegel Grove. It will be used as a state park. FlY.e Now York, Sept. 4. Frederick V. acres of virgin timber surround tho Whitehead, chief machinists mate of beautiful mansion. gave an account the submarine Brooklyn tonight of fa hbj homo in durtho oxperlenco of his shipmates beFOR FLETCHER'S theywero trapped ing the hours the sea. He got permission S-- 5, "Tho people realize that tho elecCoalton, Okla., Sept. 4. Making tion of a senator in any one state may errors in his bride-to-be- 's first nam 3 ' determine possibly the control of tho said, proved no bar to J. C. Coughlln, 30 I Senate," Senator Poindexter obtaining the 'girl of his choice." "and they. are so indignant at ho I After having obtained six marriage conduct of tho present administralicenses only to find that his memory tion," whbso policies Governor Co had played him a trick each tlmo, has pledged himself to follow,' that Coughlln wroto tho namo on a piece there will be no doubt about the re of paper, pinned it to his coat lapel turn of a Republican Senate. "I havo mado a very careful examand secured "life sentence" certificate lucky 7. ination of conditions in all of the Tho family upon which Coughlln's states whero tho senatorial election is affections contored Hurst by name at all uncertain, and upoiulhls I feel Included threo daughters. Ills satisfied that the Republicans will retroublo was that ho failed to remom-bo- r tain all of tho states they now hold whether It was Ethel, Pannlo or and gain several from tho Demo Mabel when he arrived at tho coun- crats." ty Judge's office on tho six succesPRESIDENT PARDONS sive occasions. KENTUCKY HORSEMAN i Swellings of tho flesh caused by inCovington, Ky., Sept. 4. Peter flammation, cold, frac'ures of the turf-mu- n, bono, toothacho, nouralgia or rheu- WImmer, 70, former Louis vlllo was convicted In tho Unitwho matism can be relieved by applying Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should ed States District Court hero In 1918, bo well rubbed in over the part af- on the charge of violating the espionfected. Its great healing and pene- age law, has been pardoned Vy Presitrating power eases the pain, reduces dent Wilson. United States Marshall swelling and rostores natural condi- Henry Cox received a telegram from tions. Price 25c, GOc and $1.00 per tho office of Attorney General Palmor boltlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug advising that the 'pardon had boon Co. m in of the sentence was served nor tho fino paid, as the case was appealed. Tho higher court affirmed tho lower court. The court officials did not comment on the pardon, nor did they oppose it strenuously. In former years WImmer was a, trained and owner of race horses both in the United States and Europe. , Just What Sho Needed. "I used a bottlo of Chamberlain's Tablets sonfe tlmo ago and they proved to be Just what I needed," writes Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chlllclothe, Mo. "They not only relieved me of Indigestion but toned up my liver and rid me of backacho and dizziness that I had been subject to for some tlmo. They did me a world of good and I will always speak a good word for m them." I I ComenTSMSsl and learn how I You don't need "all cosh." You don't need to squeeze. Our Budget Plan will bring TJie NEW EDISON "TU Pimurapk ailh a Still" for your immediate use. It tho juoney during tho months to come. us tdl you hour, Let will nccuiuulale granted. ' WImmer was Ohildren Cry neath II. K. Thurman, a Tennessee soldier, who died in aotion oversea, named his stallion, Knl-plotho beneficiary in tho $10,060 war insurance policy ho carried. Kni-plois now a favorite mount of the state guard at Buffalo, N. Y. w w, track whero he had been employed as watchman, following charges that ho had Tnade re- knarks alleged to have been favorablo to Germany. WImmer admitted he had made the remarks but said they were not Intended in the munner In the Lafconla rae talen lato custody at E. V, HAItNKS & into., Heaver Dam, Ky. Jhe Hartford Republican printing" iiartford Incorponitcil Published Weekly by company W. S. TIXSIXY, ndllor and Business Mnnngcr. boys, glon nnd returned Soldier STRAY STREAKS marching In a parado nnd celebration. Tho creed of good government Is always In order but the bait and sop (By Pluko McFluko ) ho threw to those In opposition to our government just about matches his What's become of the Magnetic, or charge of tho $16,000,000 nttempt of other mysterious healer, whom peo to purchaso tho ple wore running over each other to the Republicans get to. Havo all been made wholo Democratic party. Ford Automobiles It is certainly a pleasure for us to have the privilege to announce that the FORD MOTOR CO., has at last recog-nize- d the demands for Ford cars in this section and has doubled our estimate for the new year, commencing August 1st. ' again? The League of Nations Proponents, Entered according to law at tile rostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uall Wilson, Cox and the othors, claim J. I. Goodman, who advertised in matter of tho second class. that Artlclo X Is tho heart of the this column for a dozen carrier pig wholo structure, yet they loll us that eons, says ho don't want any moro of to It does not abrldgo tho rights of Con Address nil communications the littfo birds, ns he tins come to The Hartford Republican. gress In saying when or whether the tho conclusion that ho will substitute United States shall or shall not go to ostriches for his work, they being NOTICE TO SUBSCRUH3HS war. And as a matter of course, If able to carry so much more. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent America has the legal and mora! fo a new address must give the old right to make her choice in the matNotwithstanding tho fact that It fcddress In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c ter other Nations most assuredly rained both Saturday and Sunday, por line, and 8c per line for each ad- have the same privilege. If it bo and was clear Monday, Hartford won ditional insertion. true then, that there is nothing com- a ball gamo each day; In other words Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards pulsory in the much debated, fought threo in a row. We make this stateof Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautre, money for and against Article, It follows that ment by way of apology for what wo It Is simply a. dead heart or one that have heretoforo and herein said with Church Notices for services free, will cease to function and liable to reference to tho home team and rainy per lc but other advertisements, pollute the whole system. Opponents days. word. will of the League and especially Article Anonymous communications receive no attention. X. believing that treaties when ratiThis shop gave a half holiday Mon(on day, but Duke, tho foreman, says he fied, supercede all other law TELEPHONES questions covered) of the Individual don't want no more. He came Into 59 Farmers Mutual Governments ratifying, strenuously the office Tuesday A. M., with his 123 Cumberland object because It leaves our destiny hands all skinned and puffed up.look-in- g In tho hands of foreign powers, overabout like a pair of hams out of SEPTEMBER 10 rides the American Congress and the a 120 pound pig. When wo asked FRIDAY... wishes of the people themselves, and him what ho had been tied up with that we wquld bo doubly bound to he said Miss Duke had him repairing REPUBLICAN TICKET. send our boys to war whenever and a kitchen range and a number of othwherever It might be willed upon us er such things on the holiday end of by tho representatives of these for- his labor day, and' he would bo eign powers gathered In a court of oblldged if we would just last and final resort. We say doubly cut out holidays in the future. bound because If the debatable artlclo means anything or Is worth anythlcs, We discovered a good method SunIt Is supreme to every other law of ev- day, for getting down to the ball ery lanll a party thereto, and, added games without being caught by those to that Is tho great moral obligation, sitting on front porches, from Uncle the pledge t6 do the things enumerat Tommy Bean's and up. Directions ed in said article. Republicans and (But keep it quiet) Drive out of town others opposing, do so because of the via S. T. Barnett's; thence through binding and perhaps ruinous obliga- Rose Dale addition to the farther tions assumed. Those who favor the most Street; thence to the right to thing say that It does not bind us to the Centertown road; thence to the war, at the dictation of foreign pow- ball grounds, in perfect safety. On ,' ers through their decisions, whether returning, drive the same way, excep For President we assent or not. Those who favor reverse the calls. And If you. wish WARREN G. HARDING. the League and Wilson say that those to do it correctly drive a pony, as our For VIco President opposing are a mere oligarchy, doing friend and his wife who took this cir j CALVIN COOLIDGE. it through hatred and for purely cuitous and perfectly safe course, For U. S. Senator" partisan purposes. If it does not drove a pony Sunday, and no one, RICHARD P. ERNST. bind us InVar and otherwise, pray, barring a few who saw them, will For Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. tell us of what "use It can be? If as ever know they were there. you argue, there is no virtue In It, so far as driving us to war, just remov When- - we are In the midst of as Do keepers of jails and prisons the doubt, cut It out, amend It, or do serious thought as we are able to get pay for dieting inmates when on something that we may all be certain wade, which is always very shallow, hunger strikes? and agreed as to the meaning thereof. we certainly aro much delighted, in . ever-so-mu- ch ByGetting Your Order In At Once For a Ford Touring Car, Roadster, Coupe, Sedan or Truck you don't have to wait longer than 30 days at the outside. We feel sure deliveries now are going to be on short order, and this long waiting will soon be at an end. Be first to get your order in, and we will show you how quick we can make delivery. -- V 4 BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. BEAVER DAM, KY. he Union, the men simply quit, claiming that they were entitled to tho advance, in order to be equalized with other fields. Prospects of settlement are thought to be fair and tho men may bo back on their Jobs at an early date. J. Bryan avers that he Is still a Democrat, but not supporting Cox, whom he regards as "wet." Col. W. MYRTLE GRAHAM. fact, overjoyed, to havo some professional loafer sidle into tho office, priperambulate into our apartment and with delibera park himself upon the desk be side our Oliver, then with muffler wide open, throw the clutch Into high gear and turn his dadgummed speed. chatterbox lose at a break-nec- k If some friend will be kind enough to -- Governor Cox continues to slop the slush fund stuff over from the tall end of trains without getting anybody's feet wet other, than "Jeemes.' " Election Officers to get puffs, paint daubing debags, and mirrors left in places this coming No- Are the the powder vices, hand the polling vember 2? al We are beginning to believe that is really against the Courier-JournHarding, but it Is generally difficult to tell, from it's editorials whom it is for, for President. It keeps forever and incessantly belittling Senator Harding, just as Cox keeps up bis chatter, in spite of lack of proof, that the Republicans are to buy the Presidency, perpetuate the Senate Oligarchy and thereby defeat Wilson's "perfect peace perpetuating policy pointedly paragraphed In Article X." Mr. White, Democratic National Chairman, whllo being questioned by the Committee investigating the campaign chaige frankly admitted that he had recently thereto, held a conference with Cox, but that he knew absolutely nothing about the truthfulness of the charge, had no figures etc., but that he believed that it was true, simply because Cox said so. It does look as though that ought to settle the whole matter with tho other voters in the Country. Cox also said that he did not want the support of any "wet" man, and It we were to Invite only the people of this vicinity who believed the latter, statement to be true, into our office to bo made a present of a five dollar "William, not oven a penny would be claimed. Out In tho far Northwest where so much trouble has occurred with tho lawless, where I. W. W. literature was thrown on tho tall end of the Jim Cox special, he, Cox, said In ono speech, "There are some people in this country who bellove that when radicalism asserts Itself they should lay tho hand of force upon it, the hand of oppression. My creed is entirely different. It Is to cultivate tho principles and practices of good government." Study tho words, the location, the circumstances causing the utterance and draw your own conclusion. It was out in this tar western country you know, whoro tho I. W. W.'s fired on a lot ot American Le- - heads in humble submission to the will of the Lord, who doeth all things well and who saw fit to call from our union to a more perfect one, our dear, departed sister, Myrt'e V. Graham, who passed away June 13th. 1920. Myrtle, as she was called by nil who knew her, was elected President at the organization of our union and held that place for some time and did much good for the Woik as will bo remembered by all present members and who in the past year of her life often expressed her desire to Te- maln a member of said union as long as she lived, though deprived of the privilege of attending its meetings. May we all strive to so live that we can say as" she often said during her last illness "I am ready and willing to go " By MEMBERS OF W. M. U , Narrows Baptist Church. MRS. We the members of W. M. U., of vate Narrows Baptist Church, do bow our tion I t bring us a seasoned dogwood club labeled and guaranteed ,as a sure pest Chiropractic spinal adjustment will eradicator, we will put his name in remove the cause of your disease. the paper two weeks straight. CHIROPRACTIC! DR. J. S. BEAN Chiropractor, NOTICE. J. W. THOMAS. $15,-000,0- 00 Mrs. J. W. Thomas died at her homo near Narrows, Saturday, September 3rd, following an illness of considerable duration. .After brief services, conducted by Rev. Joe Acton, tho remains were buried at the Acton burying grounds Saturday. Mrs. Thomas was originally Miss Sarah Esther Bean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bean. She was born January 3, 18C8, united with the M. E. Church in early life, of which she was a faithful member until death. Besides her husband she is surviv ed by one daughter, Mrs. Mack Daniel, and two sons, W. O. and Foster L. Thomas. mm HARDING TO SPEAK IN OKLAHOMA CITY Ardmore, Okla., Sept. C. Senator Republican juavw miu, jiuruuiu. nominee for tho presidency, will speak, at the Oklahoma Stato Fair in Oklahoma City in October, accord- MINERS IDLE IN DISTRICT NO. 23 ing to an announcement here today by Jake L. Hamon, Republican NaMiners in Muhl.enburg, Ohio, Hentional Committeeman from Oklahoderson and Union Counties, and perma, who returned this morning from haps many In other Western Kena conferenco at Marion. tucky Mines, cast aside their tools and discontinued work, some Monday, TAXESI TAXES ARE DUE! others Tuesday, owing to differences Your 1920 tax bill has been placed between tho Miners and Operators. An Increase of 1.75 for day men with us for collection. Plcaso call at the office and get your's. and 10 cents tonnage was refused by I S. A, BRATOHER, the operators, and while tho strike I was not ordered by the Officials of Sheriff Ohio County. G. Warren Harding, HARTFORD, KY. 12 to 2 P. M. Notice Is hereby given that Bishop W .F. Acton's Co., a partnership, will take ov- Residence Coal Monday, Wednesday and Friday. er on the first day of September, 1920 tho business, assets and good will of the Bishop Coal Company, incorpoDENTAL NOTICE. rated, and will continue the business the same as heretofore in all respects Now is tho time to have your under the firm name at Bishop Coal work attended to. Winter is com Co. ing with rain and snow which makes Notice is hereby given that the old teeth ache and abscess. AbscessBishop Coal Company, a corporation, ed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" aro dangerwill be dissolved by consent of tho ous. You are continually swallowing or this deadly poisoned pus. owners of more than Each tho capital stock issued by said corpo- houthful of food carries this Infection ration, on the 1st 'day of Septem- into the. stomach. It Lowers vitaliber, 1920, and Oscar Bishop is direct- ty which invites cancer of tho ed to settle up the affairs and busi- mouth, throat and stomach, Diphness of said corporation, immediately. theria, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, 11U Influenza, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, This August 24th, 1920. OSCAR BISHOP, Pres. thoumatlsm, Anoemla and even death O. M." BISHOP, Sec'y. frequently results from continually swallowing pus. SO IT WOULD SEEM A mouth containing decayed teeth Even though it's Prohibition days, s a poisonous laboratory, which sends a host of bacteria Into tho elementary in a cafe you'll And tract. They multiply rapidly thus The corn is stewed. gain access to the lymphatic system Tho beets are pickled. and are carried to tho distant organs The knife has an edge. Soft spongy and bleeding gums give The plato has a bun. warning of approaching abscesses. The mackerel is soused and Lady Attcndent. The tables aro full. Yours respectfully, FOR SALE. . DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky S k Durock sows with pigs. Oflce opens 8:30 a m., closes 1 Also 2 horses and ono mule. Will p. m., promptly. soil stock cheap. two-thirfull-stoc- v 53 rm I im IV J&a8gLS-4- P XrItJ ill jtff'wSCsH ':aJH-13ML- JlTMH ,. " ' " sssm p. v V 1 C-- LA r- r V5oS.fc fei o TO! mj. iCTWI 1' .' H' An 4K. i 'I 1 1 1 "KJUriT 111 'III " .I I,, iy. Our Fall Coats and Coat Suits Embody Superior Style, Quality and Finish We are showing a satisfactory variety of these suits m the best materials. These garments are all made by one of the best known suit concerns and can be depended on for the correctness of style in every detail. Workmanship and finish is of the highest grade and materia s are the latest weaves which are especially suitable for garments of this desigm The coats come in the lengths approved by fashion experts. Trimmed appropriately in the best manner. They are thoroughly serviceable and fashionable garments. You will be well pleased with one of these nobby values. , INSURE Your Property With the National Union Fire Insurance Co. Suits, $20.00 to $65.00 Coats, $10.00 Up. Baize Bros., Agents Hartford, Ky. v. , Carson Hartford, Kentucky. (L Co. FALL MILLINERY dm advance sales in Fall Millinery are in, our house. We, are prepared to give you an idea of the early fall styles. If you are not interested at this time come in anyway and see them. . i At last wo havo succeeded In getComo to ho Pair and meet your friends, and srpnd a day pleasantly. ting a limited number of Boss Twin-Li- ft Oil Stoves. Coino In and look Jlarry May, Agent for tho L. & N. them over. at Ccntertown, was hero yesterday. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. Lesllo Wnrd, of tho Nocreek Tho largest crpwtl seen horo In years, on a County Court day, was country, has purchased tho Griffin property, near tho collcgo, and with present Monday. his fnmlly, will nlove hero at an early Jlr. Jaincs Her, of Oweiftboro, date. spent Tuesdaynnd Wednesday liero. tho guest of relatives and frliut. Mrs. J. C. Berry and two children, of Owensboro, .were guests of Mr. and Webber Clarke of Rockport,"was Mtb. W. B. Rendor and Mr, and Mrs. horo this week, the guest of his Carlislo Render from Saturday until grandparents, Mr. apdIrs. rfll Mc- Monday. Dowell. T.Pt lia ftimfah I'm, 4T.n tint Tllnot muv ... luil.lilll Ul. .IIU l.UI. IUIUOI Association Coal Heater that will hold heat 48 Tho parent-Tcnc'nwill meet this nftbrnoon at 2 o'clock, hours on one fire. This Is a sure at the School building. All drA Urg- way to reduce your coal bill. ACTON BROS- ed to attend. er STAR THEATRE HARTFORD, KY. $5,000 REWARD FOR THE CAPTURE DEAD or ALIVE! FALL COATS and COAT SUITS We are prepared to announce that we are ready to show you the snappiest, Coats and Coat Suits that we have shown for years. We invite you to see them. up-to-da- te Mr. and Sirs. J. p. Holbrook, will Mr. Lyman G. Barret was in o return today fronr Owonsboro, where Friday and Saturday, attending they have been .visiting relatives and a Stato meeting of the American attending' tho fair. Legion as a representative of the Ohio Lotils-vlll- SWEATERS They are here, and beauties, too. Ypu.wiH' need one for these cool evenings.' All the leading styles and fall shades. FALL SHOES Almost time to discard your Oxfords. These cool evenings reminds us that it is time to think about Shoes. Our stock is daily coming to us. Good in style; correct in price. Let us show you. JJ!!. -- 7m$i&1&Co The Hartford -- County Post. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, of Owensboro, wore guests of Mr.''and Now is tfie time to' buy that Sampfrom son Mrs. Jnmcs Caskey Dennett Tractor. Come in and look Saturday until Wednesday. them over, let us demonstrate. You'll buy eventually, why not now? Rev. W. J. Miller will pjcach at I ACTON BROS, Hamlin's .Chapel next Sunday, tho a. m.,. r.nd 7:30 12th at 10 o'clock, Mr. L. M. Render and little daughp. m. Subject for both discourses ter, Mary Major, of Louisville, spent "The Law." fnpm Saturday until Monday here1, the guests of Mr. Render's parents, Rev. John A. Bennett, of Utlca, was tho week end guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render. Mrs. James C. Bennett. 'Rev. Ben John Allen Wilson, who has been nett preached at the Baptist Church in Chllllcothe, 111., during tho sumSunday night. mer, Is expected to arrive home to Tho best place to get Iron Beds, morrow, to spend a fow days before flressers, going to. Lexington, where ho Is to Bed Springs. Mattresses, Dining Tables, Davepette,Rugs and enter K. S. U. Floor coverings Is at ACTON. BIIOS, The Ohio County Fair is to be bigHartford, Ky. ger and better than ever before. Good Mr. L. M. Sandefur, lately of St. side attractions, plenty of racing and Louis, but temporarily residing with the big crowds attending will make it his sister, Mrs. W. T. Taylor. Beaver worth your while to attend each day, Dam, .Route 3, waB a visitor at U1I3 September v16, 17 and 18th. V office Monday. Mr. S. B. Snell and family, of McMr. and Mris. Claud Webb, of'Ak-ro- n, Henry ahd Mrs. Leslie Ward and VirOhio, arrived hen recently for gil Sandefur, of Nocreek, returned an extended stay. They are not cer- last week from Newtonville, Ind , tain as to whether they will return where thoy hnd been visiting their "" aunt, Mrs. R. A. Stevens. to the Rubber City. . Wo will have a carload of 1G per cent phosphate about Sept. 15. Place your ordpr with us and get your fertilizer at car. Price Is right.-9tW. E. ELLIS & RO. Mrs. q. R. McCalll8ter and children Mary Lucilo anil Annabel, returned laBt Friday to their home in Colum bus, Ga., after spending several weeks here with Mrs. A. C. Porter and Mr. and Mrs. A. Robertson, of Heflin. WILLIAM S. 'HART i irC 'THE TOLL GATE Hated and hunted by thousands! Yet, none but his own band knew his face. Till treachery brought him his greatest adventure a good woman's love. See him as Black Deering, bandit, hold up a train escape from his captors leap 60 feet from a cliff burn out a nest of his foes rout a band of Mexican raiders fight his betrayer to the death fling away.Jris freedom to save his enemy's child. A BORDER ROMANCE OF HOT PASSIONS AND COLD LEAD. SUPER SPECIAL Monday, Sept. 13. "TOLL GATE" - Featuring WILLIAM S. HART. Also a Comedy Tuesday, Sept. 14 a Comedy Wednesday, Sept; 15 "REBECCA, of SUNNY BROOK FARM" , - "FAITH." , Also Otis Howard, who has spent the Mr., and Mrs. J. W. O Barino;i, of summer In Cleveland, Ohio, arrived .SKPTKMUEIl 10 here Monday, to spend a few days RuBsellvIIlo, aro visiting Mrs. O'Ban-non- 's PRIDAV ROOMS for Rent, parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Otf MRS. MINNIE W. LEE. with his parents before returning to Kentucky State University. Stewart and other relatives In CromPERSONAL NEWS well and vicinity this week. They are E. B. Finley, of Baizetown, was Mr. and Mrs. Norval P. Brown and expected here next week to spend a AND SOCIAL EVENTS hero Wednesday. ' daughter, who have been spending few days with Mm and Mrs. R. E. several weeks with relatives In tho Duke. BICYCLES plenty of them. Timothy and Rye seed at McHenry country,' returned to their W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ACTON BROS. ACTON-BRO- Republican See ps for.jour Syrup Palls. Featuring MARY PICKFORD. Also a Comedy homo in New Castle, Ind., Tuesday. Do you have trouble-wit- h the wicks your friends only once a 17, Messrs. Willie Fuqua and Guy year, they all go to tho Fair.T.hepeo-pl- o Holder, of Louisville, spent Monday make tho Fair. and Monday night here with Mr. Mr. Rowan Holbrook was in Owparents, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Mrsi J. E. Rove, of Hawcsvillo, v ensboro Monday. Bpent tho week-en- d here, the guest Fuqua. Tho Louisville visitors came T- -t through on motorcycles. Get your cultivator from ACTON of Mr. and Mrs It. I). Walker. BROS, Hartford, Ky. Elijah Thomas, after spending his Mrs. E. B. Mitchell, of Central City, We pay cash every day for eggs and was tho guest of Mr. "and Mrs. C. O. vacation here with his father, Mr. J. C. Thomas, will, return "to Lebanon, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Hunter Tuesday and Wednesday. poultry. Ton'n., next week, where he will re, week-en- d For Cook Stoves, Ranges and Cook- enter the Castle Heights Miss Martha Pate was the coming year. for the guest of Miss Carrio McKenney, at ing Utinsils at a money saving go to Tho Ohio County Fair, Sept. and 18th. 1G, You meet Fu-qu- a's your oil stovo sticking and hangp Ing? Yes, we all do, but the Boss Twin-Liwon't, for it Is so arranged that it can't stick. It pushes the wick up from the bottom on two sides of ft Thursday, Sept. TRAIL" '16-"THE JUNGLE ' Featuring WILLIAM FARNUM. Also a Fox News X Instead of one small cog wheel from one side. This store burns 99. 66 per cent air to .34 per cent oil. For WILLIAMS & DUKE. sale by You have been thinking about a Separator, now is the time to buy. You have disposed of your calves an"d you aro not so busy lri your crops.Re-meniber Friday, Sept. 17 Fifteenth and' Last episode of serial, "Invisible Hand." I 'i , First episode of our new serial, Military-Academy- Simmons. All kinds of rough lumber for sale. See HAROLD HOLBROOK, Hartford, Ky. 7tf Squlro Q. B Brown, of Simmons, was a visitor at this office whilo in town, Monday. Wo can furnish you with blue prints in bundles. CARSON & CO. dark iton SALIC High grade piano, In Seo It & good condition. of W. E. ELLIS at the store BRO. . Earl Rlckard, cf I.lvormore, was horo SujJday and Monday, playing ball with tho local team,' Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, with all Justices attending, was In session Wednesday and Thursday. i Northern Rye, Timothy, Red Top, and Clover Seeds. Tho best on the W. E. ELLIS &. BRO. market. Mrs. Anthony Robertson, of Jletiln Bpent last week end hero, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs A. O Porter. 1 Varnishes. Get your supply now while the painting season is on. ACTON BROS. A full line of Red Spot Paint nnd . WcpMrfl. J.' S. Glenn. Mrr James Glenn, of Louisville, apont from Saturday to Monday af- tornoon here with his parents. Judge ' Mr. Frank L. Felix returned here last week-en- d from an oxtended visit Cl B Knis-ker- n Mrs. Ann Pirtle, of Sunnydale, with his daughter, Mrs. and Mr. Kniskern, of Hlnbdalo, spent from Monday until Wednesday tho guest of Mrs. Luna Maples, cf 111. Mrs. Felix, who is with relatives in Greenville, Is to arrive here to sorEast Hartford. row. WANTED Tie Hackers, will furWe havo a fow pieces of furnituro nish living quarters. Apply to in our house that are bargains. .This HAROLD HOLBROOK, furnituro wub bought 15 months back Hartford, Ky. 3tf , and since then has advanced in price over 100 per cent.. We are placing WANTED Small Horse, must, bo this furnltue'at'thq old prcles. safe for boy to rido and dnlvo. WILLIAMS & DUKE. II. H.'SINNETT, 'Hartford, Ky. Route 5. I Herman Morris, a world war vete Mrs. L. S. Campbell and Miss Mary ran, son of W. A. Morris of near Pollock ,ot Graham', were guests Sun- town, has been granted compensaday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. tion on account of wounds recoived at Chautoau Thierry, in tho sum of Charlie Leach and, family. $9.00 per month,, retroactive .to the Hay Harvest Is hero and wo huro dato of his discharge tho KEEN KUTTER Pitch Forks, Mr. Owen Brown and family of that good Guaranteed kind. Ellmltch, havo moved into the resl & DUKE. WILLIAMS , .... ' MJ t4VttHt UUUWV3 t on hand a few of thd fa- - wcuracKen, aajaceni io uiy j. w. We havo Mr. Brown is In tH mmm nwENSnono wneons. nnd if 'Ford residence. wagon we can save you employe of the L. & N. R. R. Co., in you nood a tho new freight sorvlce between Ellmonoy. ACTON BROS. : mltch and MadlsonyHle. Mr. Martin Thomas and family, of NOTICE I am agent for an Old Falmouth, Ky., will arrive hero Monday, for an extensive visit with Mr. Lino Insurance Company that covers Thomas' father, Mr, E. P. Thomas. loss by fire, ll6Mning and tornadoes. I can give you first class sorvlce on We sell tho NEW PERFECTION either farm or town proporty. I alCoal Oil Stove. They are given up so represent a high class, old line to be the best. We have both the 3 life Insurance company. i R. R. RILEY, burner and the 4 burner. Hartford, Ky. I ACTON BROS. ACTON BROS, Hartford, Ky. that the Sharpies- is the only Separator that skims clean at, any speed and has only 3 working parts to clean compared to the basket full They of Tinware of other makes. cost more than some other makes because they are worth' more. You machine for don't want a make-shiinly a year or two. A separator Is supposed to last a life time, and a Shar- Also a "HIDDEN DANGERS" comedy, Dew Drop4 Inn 2-re- el V Saturdav. Sent. 18 -"- LIFE LINE A Special. Also a Comedy Will have Two Shows Each Night. 1 ft pies will do so. WILLIAMS DUKEIIURST. & DUKE. Second Show, 9:00 O'clock 7:00 O'clock First Show) 20c lltl Mr. E. F. Ewlng'went to Owens boro Sunday. Mr. J. E. Park mado a business trip to LIvermore. Wednesday. Charley Bishop, of Masonvllle, is here, for a visit with his father. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Webb ,of Ak ron, Ohio, aro visiting relatives near hero. Mrs. M. A. Combs spent last week with her son, Esq. Leslie Combs, of Price of Admission the rest of the week Price of Admission MONDAY NIGHT 30c frfrW"H'iWlOlH,,W'KllH LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD ANNOUNCES ROUND TRII Hartford. In - Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Taylor have re turned home from an extended visit Mississippi. Tslr. Excursion Fare $6.32 HARTFORD to LOUISVILLE -- Park spent last woek with Mrs. Parks' brother, Bradley Thomas, of Horton, and Bister, and Mrs. Rosel ACCOUNT- Mrs. W. 0. Wade, of Cromwell, STOCK KENTUCKY STATE FAIR !! : FOR SALE. : '- One registered polled durham bull. 2 extra good, polled durham cows and calves, 1 Jersey cow, 1 mare 6 yoars old - good stock, priced rU;ht ' E. P. BARNARD. U4p, Route 2, Hartfordi ' f t 1 1 TAiVofo nn snip fipnt. 1 1 to 17. inclusivfl. ami fm- frnino QoViPrliiWI to arrive in Louisville bfiforp. nnnn Sept. 18th. Tickets good for return to reach Harfc- ford before midnight Sept. 20th. For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. 1 H IM 1 1 1 1 Ittti 1 11 Mf HT"-""Mtf f 11 1 t "r - i L f FARM DEPARTMENT- .ro Knn-Unit- led States Dopartniont of AgrlciiHuro. I'rownt llio Hp.ssIhh Trobably no other Insect causes j.Nccortling to roports U1I3 yeir' ncro-Tnodamagoto tlio wheat crop of the ape of Knnrttl is cjtlmafd hy States thnn the. Hessian for sas authorities to lino ocen i.hout ;I.J tottfl area nnd thcro la mVruch thing' as fly- - ?C 000 acrtw Of what,' Tho treatment of th 15,000 to 20,000 acres, grown , by Troof fly must be preventative fof lected farmers, have- - been carefully gets In there is no help and Inspected In tho field by representa-th- o nftcr It O)'.-In- g thing to dp la to delay'the plant- - tlves'of tho Kansas, Agricultural tho main body of lego nnd certified as jrulaMng of wheat until ijauSUy ntid tho fly emerge 'in tho fall. "Tho spure'es of seed of high wheat varies from purity. tlmo of planting Kanrcd is a variety of hard red October 5 to pctobor 20 In Kentucky In tho winter wheat developed by tho Kan-uiiaccording to tho location.. Orass section tho date Is October sas Agricultural Experiment Station. by selection from the C and ln.the Western part of .tho Stato It was obtained thn 20th. Tho flies may bo ex- - Crimean variety of hard rod winter it pectod to appear earlier this year wheat Introduced from Russia by thrf muusirj 01 iu becauso of 'tho many rains and it will uureau 01 appear about September 1st, eral Department of Agriculture and as ttio piolsturo serves to.liberato tho widely grown in Kansas and adjacent Ily. Tlie Department of Entomology, States. It was developed by tho Kansas of tho Collego of Agriculture, advises that it will bo necessary for tho .scientists with special reference to farmers everywhere to sow wheat conditions there nnd has proved to yielder by 3 to 5 bushela this year at the samo tlmo as usual, be a belter compared with other hard Kentucky Agri- - to the aero Circular No. 4, at the cultural Experiment Station, propared red winter wheats. Its better yield on tho Hessian fly is available for Is,due in part to greater resistance to u iwiiueriuiiiiiB uu iu mai mm m wheat growers. m its sngntiy earner ripening, say specialists of tho department. Exposure to weather often causes greater destruction to farm ImpleA "rank growth of weeds becomes ments than using them. Avoid this an asset whenplowed under before insn hv storine all machinery and they makeeed tools properly under shelter before winter sets In. surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the AcIdBHcmovcs Stain on Zinc.vmM w ,' ia iw I'ltOt A 1 zmc.ciarKens whuusb, out 'may uU when effIclent antiseptic is by the use of scourers, i cd promntly( there Js no danger of Zinc on floors, under stoves, and in ,nfectIon aml the WUOnd begins to llko places.should be scoured with henl at once For use on nmn .or bath-bric- k and lrtrosene, washed and beast( Borozono i3 the Ideal Antisep-Tinse- d with water, and wiped dry. jtlc aml Healing Agent. Buy It now Zinc on tables, or wherever likely to anrt be reatiy for an emergency. Price coino in co.ntact with food, should 25C 50c, SI. 00 and $1.50. Sold by and wat- - 0hIo County Drug Co. "be poured with bath-bric- k m as in vinegar cr. Acid, jalco, may be used to remove stains SCHOOL HOOKS AXD" ' on zinc, but should be thoroughly TIIEIK KXCHAXGK off; otherwise the zinc will tarnish again very soon. The following communication was ' recently received by Supt. Howard. . To dealers: "Hoiv To Treat Ivy Poisoning By agreement arrived at between In the early stages of ivy poison- ing; reme'dles having a fatty or oily the State Department of Education base, such as ointments, should not and the Publishers of Basal Text 10 euro wiiij local ireuwuefu, pruni'uuieu be used," as tho grease or oil tends to Books for the eight grades for the H Incurable. .' Catarrh Is a local disease. Several hundred Rumanian gyp-Ie- s atly Influenced by constitutional dissolve and 'spread the poison, ac- - state of Kentucky, we are authorized dltions and therefore requires constltu- started moving from the 'out-- ' cording to specialists of the United to extend the exchange period of these skirts of Baltimore to a mora- noth; clne, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & StatesDepartment of Agriculture. In- - books until September 1st, 1920. Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a Enclosed find list of books which arn clime on account of the Maryland remedy, is taken Internallyconstitutional stead they advise simple remedies and acts requires them to pay'a Sl,-00- 0 thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces such as locaViPPHeutions of solutions you are entitled to accept in ex-- law that of the System. One Hundred Dollnrs re"family fee" or leave tho state. ward Is offered for nny caso that Hall's' cooking soda or of Epsom salt, change. Do not exchang"e any books pay the fee or Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for one, or two heaping teaspoons to a, whatever, except those found 'on this They refused to either and testimonials. move into houses, and long trains' of circularsCHCNCY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. F. J. of grin- - list, as follows: cup of water. Fluid extract Sold by Druggists, 75c. wagons, flivvers and, marching gypPotters Spelling Bk Iroquois Pub. delia, diluted with' 4 to S, parts of Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ' mm sies clad in brilliant colors started on Co., price G cents. ,t water, is often used. TIIEMETH61IS OF PROFITEERING B. & B. 1st Reader, Winston Co., their exodus. Solutions of this kind may be ap- o plied with light bandages, of clean price 10 cents. Raising the prices of goods on acHERBINE isthe medicine that cloflis, .which should be kept moist, , B. & B. 2nd Reader, Winston Co., cures biliousness, malaria and consti- count of tho "increased freight rates" and should be changed alfd discard- - prjce 11 cents. b. & B. 3rd Reader, Winston Co., pation. The first dose makes you is' a process, that'doesn't hold water. ed frequently to avoid infection. Difr- feel better, a few additional doses According totjio statement of one of ing "the night, or when moist appll- - prfc0 13 cents. cures completely. Price 60c. Sold the big railroad companies, flour -i Tongue Bk. 1, can not bo used, the poison- Mother cations, by Ohio County Drug Co. m shipped In carload lots, from Minneaed surfaces should bearefully clean- - SOn, price 14 cents, polis to Philadelphia on which th Mother Tongue, Bk. 2, Row-Petecd and dried ana loft exposed to tho ' SOME SALT. forty per cent increase is paid, will nir rather than tightly bandaged. In son price 19 cents, .amount to 33 cents a barrel of 200 stage, after the toxic mater- D. C Foreman's Civil Government, the later The volume of the salt in the ocean, pounds. On a sack pf flour oint- - Heath Co., price 4 cents, ial has exhausted Itself, zlnc-oxl- d according to the United States Geo- this wlllle just a little less than four antiseptic and ment and similar mild Natural Primary Geography, logical Survey, Is enough to cover the cents. Tho Increased freight on a applications hasten heal- - Millan Co., price 24 cents, - entire surface of 'the United States patr of shoes shipped from Boston ing. Natural Comp. Geography, TtlcMilto Philadelphia would amount to to a depth of ,8,500 feet. ' Theso are a few of the helpful ian Co., 3C cents. six miles; on a crate of thirty dozen '. con- -j Signed, hlntB concerning ivy poisoning i eggs from Chicago to Philadelphia, WIHTE COLLAR" UNION CENTRAL SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. tained in Farmers' Bulletin 1160, j twenty cents, or- of a 1 which tells also how to distinguish Stenographers, clerks and general cent per don; on a bushel of potaJ A VIA, ROUTE 2. poison ivy and poison su- -l between office workers thruout the country toes from Exiuore, Virginia, to Pldla-I'l'phi- a, mac. . Th'e bulletin is illustrated with j 5.5 cents,, These representwo plants, which aro and arey being coaxed to join a union at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jojley pictures of the children went to Owensboro, Monday. "White Collar Workers," which the tative instances 'Indicate that tho often confused. dual-rwho attempt to raise prices Mr. and Mrs. D. S. French and American Federation of Labor will strengthen its side in la- 311 account of the "Increased frrlghj" How To Mnho Waffles Crisp And children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Cal bor disputes. The" goal set is 10 ire pretty apt to bo found doing an inartistic piece of profiteering. million members. houn. 2 cups slftpd flour. Mrs. Josio Clark has returned home 3 teaspoons baking powder. T after spending tho past few weeks in teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons sugar, It desired. Owensboro. 2 eggs. Miss Ophelia French has returned 1 tablespoon shortening, (melted). homo, after spending tho past week with friends at Nocreok. 1 cup milk (or more.) Mr. and Mrs. C. N. French and son Sift togcthor tho flour, baking pow- dcr, salt, and sugar. Beat tho eggs Henry, of Oklahoma, Fla., spoilt the with relatives at this place, D "For years yi have used Black-Draug- ht until light, separating whites and wook-en- d in our family, Tho birthday dinner given Mrs D and I have never found any medicine that could take its m yolks If desired. To the beaten eggs place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Sta(or yolks) add tho shortening and Robert Mosloy Sunday, was well cy, who is a Rutherford Cou.itv farmer, recommends Black- of tho mill(, nnd mix this with tended. as a medicine that snouid oe kept 'in every House Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whltehouso, of tho dry materials. Beat thoroughly for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills.to pre and add enough more milk (or water) Llvermoro, entertained Sunday, in EL vent tnem irom developing into serious troubles. to make a smooth batter about tho honor of Mrs. Whitehouse's brother, consistency of thick cream. If tho Mr. W. C. Jones, of Shawnco, Okla. whites were beaten separately, fold'MusIp was rendered on tho piano by D and Mrs SI Miss Londa Whitohouse thorn In last. guests Tho waffle irons should be thpr- - Laura Short. Over twonty-fiv- o oughly clean and smooth. HeatAioth woro present.. m BLACK-DRAUGHMi', and Mrs. James Calhoun, of sides thoroughly and grease with a brush or swab dipped In liquid fat this placo, delightfully 'entortalned IB or rub the iron with a ploco of fat a number of their friends, at their "It touches the livjer, and does the work," Mr, Stacy bacon rind. Place a spoonful of lint- - homo Saturday night. Music was "It js one the lever ter In each compartment of the grid- - rendered on the piano by Mrs. Reed Q declared. headache. Iofdon't best medicines would saw for a El cold and do in our know what we Ale, near tho center, closo tho irons nnd on tho violin and guitar ,by family lf.it wasn't for Black-DraugIt has Saved us many E compart- - Messrs. D.'S. French and Loula Ow- nnd tho batter will fill the 1 don't see how any fa'mily can hardly go withdollars ments. Hako on one sIdo until thoiCn. out it I'know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep K edges seem to bo browning, then turn highly and am K. in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht SODA LAKE. the Iron and bake the other slde-un- til never without it." E delicately brown. At all druggists. . In tho midst of a barren and waft terless waste in British East Africa Tfcw Wheat Widely Grown. E Deep interest in the success of Kan- - is what appears to be a lake covered ft thaw-buin- g J. 61 Ted whoat reporftd from Kansas Is .with a coating of snow pcrtlally MR arid then frozen again. So coni-yea- u show by specialists of the THr-'ep Plant Industry of the Unit- - plete 1? tho deception that a stranger ccm-Lak- -- in i ly appli-brighten- ed , . for a moment fella to roallzo tho im- KY. WAGON MINES possibility of thcro being snow and FILING PROTEST ico in tho midst of hoat that is almost intolerable. It is in reality a Corblrtf Ky., Sept. 4. Wagon mine dcpqst of prnctlcnlly Incxliaustbla Congresoperators of soda, but bears such clrklng' sional District met hore for a confer- to a sheet f frozen water o (lecldort to 88Iul n that It has boon given tho nan, of cnce t0lla' aml nilttee to Washington September 3 Magadl Until recent years few peoplo knew t0 MC8t ,ho Interstate Commerce1 o . 9 and 1 of its existence but a railway to the Commission's orders restricting tho use of opentop earn to coast for tho transportation of tho sniln In now rn:nn1ntpil. nrmnlnn- n wnv coal nila.es not equipped with modem facilities. The orerators in ttiltt nirnlnrt nntnrnl llhpnnmnnnn i lOaUing , W ...w..a...tu.. ..U .UW.lV eV represented , 1,600 WagOU Tn trnvnrfi thl rltstrlrt In thn ,lrVv 8tlu n,,nm tho l1,st'lct' capital Invett-thr- u to have one's foef Imrned season-ione's shpes, and the soda spikes n,ent of Pllmutely $7,000,000. will pierce any except tho thickest omploy 15,000 workers nnd have a tons of coal. soles. After the rains theer Is a '. layer of wnter over the greatest part ,.. , "'"" "'" of tho surface, which turns a beau- - """V nt t,rown ou f employment, produc- of pink, nnd by moon- tion materially cut down nnd that tho light the scene is weirdly beautiful. would "The lako contains millions of tons consequent scarcity of coal deposits and both surface and send prices skyward. it soda Tho conference adopted resolutions underground streams of saturated soifa liquid feed it. Tho present sup calling upon tho Interstate Commerco ply Is enormous, and as .fast as it is Commission to set nsldo tho orders complained of, not to discriminate removed a new surface, formed from against small mines and to furnish a the mother liquid beneath, replaces cars not only In Eastern it. Natives. Imvo collected soda from just quota of Kentucky fields, but to the 3,500 tho same spot year after year without making the slightest difference, ap- wagon mines now doing business in operators, It parently, in the abundance, of tho the United Stares. All placed on an is contended, should bo supply. cqunl footing in tho allotment of cars. "! It was emphatically denied that If your child is pale and sickly loading or picks at the nose, starts in the sleep there is undue delay' In that wngon mines are guilty of tho and grinds the teeth while sleeping, it practice of holding up cars. Use of ia a sure sign of worms. A remedy boxcar equipment as provided in tho I frtt. flinea nnrnaltflo nrlll Jin fnifnrt the white's pream VETvmFimp it I ordcr innHes foal haru t0 market, coal assert. The price the not only clears out the worms, but it "PatcJrs restores health-- and cheerfulness unngs is less man waen siujicu in open-to- p cars. Price 30c p'er bottle. Sold by Ohio .Another nngle on tho controversy County Drug Co. is that banks financing tho wagon 1 mines. !!! be hard lilt If the order v LKVEE SCENES COME " "" BACK IN MEMPHIS holds. Itfls further pointed out that lum Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 4. After, her concerns In tho district are furthirty years, the scenes along tho le nished coal cars'- on which to load lumber, and this alleged illscrlmina veo are beginning to resemble thoso by the of the Civil War period when the tion will be complained of Mississippi River was artery committee, of passenger nnd freight commerce. ' Members of the commlttco named Chap-pel- l, Regular steamship service between to go to Washington were J. S. S. H. Kash, J. T. Gray and II Cincinnati and New Orleans via. Memphis, ' will be started next month. F. Johnson. mm Drastic freight rate increases havi There ts more Catarrh In this section forced a return to the river. of the country than ell other diseases nut tnenther- - nnd fn- - venrs it xvntt sun ' posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed GYPSIES FORCED TO "MOVE local remedies, and by constantly falling DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owemboto, Oom'tli. Attorney C. B. Smith, Hart-.forClerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commlsslonci' Otto 0. Mard. ' REAVER DAM. . Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney.. Clork R. W. King. Police Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stevens. ( tin, Hartford. . Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. ' ' Ca! P. Koown, FORDSVILLE. . U i - s ?" f "" ,' ,.""""IS0 1st Monday In March 13 daya Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. 1st Mouday in July 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAIl 3d Monday In September FOR PltESENT YEARS Civil. 13 days 4th Monday in November County Board of Education E. Com'th. and Civil. S. S. O. C. Ch'm'n. Board, W. R. Jonei. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Mnrshal Grant Pollard. I COURT. Uoeta first Monday In each month. JudKc Mack Cook.' County Att'y. A. D. Kir. Clerk W. C. Ulankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tichonor. D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. COUNTY DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Routo G. . DIv. No. 2. H. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun- dee. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. DIv. No. C Otis Slovens, Beaver Dam. DIv. No. G ' Nat Llndlcy, Centor-tow- n. - areat x FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Birdie Midkiff an October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed ( Shown, Hartford, Teachers Instituto, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. EXAMINATIONS 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmont. 4th District G. W. Rowe, .Center-tow- n. Common. School Diploma May 14; and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. and Fordsville.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers fltli District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whito). 7th District U. F. Rico, Fordsville. May 2S and 20 County Teachers 8th District B. C. Rboades, Hart- Exnmlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Routo 6. Juno 18 and 19 County and Examination at Fordsville,. HARTFORD. (White). -- Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 and 2C County nnd State Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, ' PoIIco Judge C. M. Crowe. ' (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and IS County nnd Stato IIOCKI'OIIT Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (White). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Sept. 21 and 25 County nnd Stato Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Tollcc Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). Stato-Teacher- Every Woman Wants J . ! I $5!tL- Mothers - use f y Forthet?hildreri Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy-fiv- e year j continuous uie iithcbett testiA of """J""" ISuauFrw, 50c. ill ynwl. he Futon TcVt 1. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Pink ham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonJer for nasal catarrh, sore throat and tore eyes Economical. cicmiing dnicguu. cr rw.raU Ly Corownr. Dcloa. Mm. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stopr tna (emuoUl pntrt. J r l Row-Peter- r- ! Succeed when everything tlse falls. In nervous prostration, nnd female Wealcnesse lhev ore th wimrm. remedy, at thousands .have testified. leefrie Bitters M HKh monial FREY'S can offer you. VERMIFUGE Keep a bottle always on hand. It vHT help keep the littla onelhappy and healthy. 30c a bottle at your dm srcit or general .tore? or if your dealer three-fourth- s- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE I can't upplyyou(scndliiname and 30c in lamp, and we'll end you a bottle promptly. E. & S. fREY. lUlioore. Md. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR " s 0H.DEAE! MY BACK! Merciful Heavens, how my back hurts in the morning 1" It's all SEEL I GERMINAL REMEDY A g. , over -- abundance uric acid. urn The kidneys lintern nnllni of that I SBBVBiBBBHBBSr Hfm sMBRAKv - Trsalmenl WEAK- - for " LUNGS or CONSUMPTION I Colds & Headache 1 are not able to pet tfd of Jt. uch con- ditions (you can readily, and prolong life by taking A quick relief for Ibat tired, run down frellnc, coucbi, pains la cheit. night iwcali. hcrnor-ihaEtt- . weak luoct or coniumpllon. If it doc sot belp you it coils you nothing. g Lock Bok 016' OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBUS IX FORGONE MONTH I at-pa- a overcome, a'uraugnt "Anuric" Thi3 can bo obtained at almost any drug store, in tablet form. When you? kidneys get Blurrgisli and clog,' you suffer from back(anti-uric-acid- vWTm w ii ). i USE LIV-VEH-L- AX J THEDFORD'S T ache e, dizzy a o n e ' ' ... ht. Accept No Imitations V d, DDDDDDDtlDaDDaiaDDaDDaBDaaD: Tablets' I began thejr use and they, have given me real relief when all other kidney medicines failed to help. "I am glad to recommend 'Anuric' to others' who suffer with this ailment." Mas. E. O, Wilson, ggo n, gkth st. urio la tho best inedicino for tho kidneys and for backache that I have ever taken. Fjor some time mykidneya hove' been giving mo a lot of troublo. I Buffered with backaches and rheumatism in, my ointeand limbs causing me a lot of On learning of the. 'Anuria misery. or twinges und pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout; or sleep h disturbed two or three times a niufit, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it will put new life into your kidneys and your entiro system. Send Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., ten cents for trial package. Memphis, Tenn. "Dr. Tierce's .An. spells, For, Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation Feci rlcht all tbo tlmo. Don't lav o from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yoa on your foet, whiloreliovingyeurtroujx le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Don"! tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys tern and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sum in its effect and certain in results. bo lone before Liu'Ver-La- x villi completely displace calomel in everj home.( Children can take' it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.) Non cenuino without the likeness and sigua iuro of L. K, Grigsby. For sale by t I. M. WlUXtVUJs. . tiKQtK stt cans are planning to buy tho preslden KY. METHODISTS cy nro merely charges. Will II. Hays IN CELEBRATION has politod out that Roosovelfs talo OKOHIIAIMHOAIj PAKAGIUI'lIs r. of a $30,000,000 fund was admittedly Church History In Hlnlo Itcnlrwcd At based upon no better evidence thnn (Viitrnlitl Mrclliift In "nn Horn' ho had "road In a new'spa- ICXlTlglllll. por." He has pointed out thnt Cox's chnrgo on tho subject Is equally Svlth. Lexington, Ky., Sopt. Ulll 1UJIJL Tho Idea of purchnso of tho presI-- 4 noted the largest nttomlnnce of tho week nt tho Kontucky conforono of doncy Is so repulsive that it makes a the MothdoUt ISplieopal Churoh, roady woapon, nnd both Cox and South, which colobratod tho conton-ia- l Roosovelt aro using It without sub , stantiation. There can be no doult ith of Its ostabllslimcnt I Tho total annual rainfall upon all hy Or W. K. Arnold of Louis- that If thoy hnd proofs thoy would not Thoy have ' the. iauci or tno gioue amounts to ' ville, Dr. J L. Clnrk of Mt. StorllnR liMttnte to use them. .. ., .. nn A tn ...1.1- W cuuic, nines, uccuiuiut; iu nnd Dr II C. Morrison, of Asbury nono. un tno contrary, tuo iiepumi- - z,u College Tho colohrntlon followed can campaign contributions aro moro United States Geological Survey, thnn over before, with partment of tho Intorior, and of this tho usual routlno session of tho conn limit of $lT00O forench contrlbu- - quantity 0,524 cubic mites drains off ference this morning and continued tor Plans for this decentralization through rivers to the sea. A cubic through tho afternoon. of river water weighs, about "IJcgln-nlng- a of giving wore mndo moro than a year mile Doctor Arnold spoke on 4,205,850,000 tons and carries in of Methodism In Kentucky toll- ngo. nnaverage of about 420,000 It Is n popular fallacy to believe ing of tho first conferonco held In tho 1.10 years ng and tho first that all money spent In a campaign tons of foreign matter. In nil, about State Methodist church erected in tho Stnte is slush money. Advertising, speak- 2,735,000,00b tons' of solid matter is betweon Danville and I'orryvlllo. Ho er's expenses, postage, campaign lit- thus carried annually to tho ocean. told' of tho establishment of tho erature, office expenses, and a score North America ranks, third among "Limestone Circuit" on which Mays-vill- o of other things which cost great was one of tho points nnA of sums of money In a national cam- - the continents in tho heights of moun That saves engine trouble no kerosener Boy of" tho first Kentucky conferonco held paign aro all legitimate. Money for tains. Asia has Mount Evorest, gets into the lubricating oil. There is no which stands 29,002 of mast tho Masteraon homo, fhe miles thoso uses goes to Inform, not to cor- the .Himalayas, carbonizing jof cylinders or fouling of sparkr out" of Lexington on tho Winchester rupt, tho voter. Without Its ex- feet bovo sea lovel,andSouth Amerl- like' to chine ' plugs. penditure thcro could bo no intclll-- . ca hag Mount Aconcagua, of tho AnPike. of gent decision by the masses of voters. dean system, which Is 23,080 feet Doctor Clark spoko of tho foundAnd it saves many dollars in fuel cost Anyattompt to impress voters with I high. North America comes next by ing qf Methodism In Kentucky There is nothing experiirtent&l ibout it. every year of its operation.- 20,- Francis Clark In 1783 In discussing an idea that all campaign cxpendl- - with Mount McKlnloy, In Maska, Its dependability has been fully proved in You are sure to like all of tlje Waterloo Kentucky Conference's Contri- y tires1 are corrupt Is itself corrupt, If j 300 fcot, according to tho United years of service on the farrn. Every time we "Tho Boy's other features. is simply made? bution to Methodism." He told of campnlgn publicity nnd attendant States Geological Survey, Department sell one, we feel the assurance that the owner is Interior, and Africa is fourth, easy to keep in good running order. The workgoing to get fully satisfactory service from it. tho appointment of the first mission- outlay means corruption, wlint does ofjthe d ing parts, fully protected from dust, And that means a great deal to the future of bur aries to Kontucky hy Iilshop Ashury tho use of the vast organization which with Klbo Peak, 19,329 feet. Mont highest mountain, is ' business. in 178G and of tho organization nnd Is now maintained by Democratic fed- Danc, Europe's where you can easily-g- et at them, whenever development of tho church as tho eral patronago moan? Docs any one 15,782 feet high, which is moro than necessary, through inspection plates and deRight along with its dependability for higher than any State grew in population and import- doubt thnt thore Is a Domocratlc post- - a thousand test tachable casings. Jii& engine, perfectly bald good work, 'there, is anance. Doctor Clark reviewed the naster or othor federal Job holder mountain In the United States ottc anced and mounted on a soli A foundation, runs other big feature that you will appreciate every ' schism In tho church and Its colleges n tho United Stntes, who Is not using side of Alaska. without vibration ho racking of mech'anism-Gea- rs 'day you use the Waterloo" Boy. i, over tho questions of tho slavery agi- both his time nnd his position to their are steel-cu- t and , As .early as tho sixteenth' century of Aransyl-vanl- a limit to stipport tho Domocratlc tlcke? t burns kerosene completely. Its patpractically everlasting. tation nnd tho taking-ove- r It is equipped with. ! tho Appalachian were Mountains Thoy aro paid by the Government, ented kerosene manifold one that you by the conferonco of 18420 Hyatt Roller Bearings, famous throughout the. known to contain deposits of .cold. world for conserving full power. All bearing: ( Ho also rcvlowed the history not from a campaign fund, but thoy can gerTbn no other tractor conyerts all of the 1848 I GeoAnd they according to tho United States d points and gears are kept constantly in a batl gas, fuel into a of Kentucky Wesleyan College, founi'-'c- d nro pJid, nevertheless. logical Survey, Department of tho Inenabling the engine to get full power from every' of oil by a positive system of lubrication. at Mlllersburg In 1S6G and mov- hope for moro pay for four years to como If they can return a Democratic terior. When fho Spanish "explorers drop. ed to Winchcstor in 1880. came to southeastern North America Doctor Clnrk reviewed a 1 ng '1st administration, if Governor Cox Be sure to come in some day soon fiii-f- ' get fully gon from wishes to make tho lssuo a moral one, tho Indians showed them some rich of Mcthu'llMs who had nuggets aptl ornaments of gold that other why does ho overlook this feature? Kentucky to eecomo lenders-lBoy. acquainted with the Waterloo had been mined In the Southern 'ApStitos of .h? Union nnd to t.isljn palachian region. In the spventeenth OPINIONS ON WOMEN , jiry loslas abroad. Ho recalled nt century the Spaniards mined for gold length tht sen Ices of tho Mlhi(llxt During tho eighteenth tn" Georgia. pf tho conference In missionu oiiidi JAKE WILSOtf , BlanaRcr When, tho women get Into politics, century' very little gold mining wa3' ary and other fields of church work tho selection of a favorlto daughter Appalachians, FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. done anywhere tn the To and paid special tribute to Miss Uclle will bo a sort of beauty contest. although some writers have supposed ujmgamwg llonnott of Richmond, president o! ledo News-Dethat gold "was found In North Carolitho Woman's Missionary co:lct When a man has a blrtnday he na before the Revolutionary war. ii At tho morning business sometimes vtnkes a day off, but when Just tho close of the eighteenth, tho Itov. E. L. Southgato of George- a woman has a birthday riho general- cenfury atplacer gold w.as discovered town was recommended for superan- ly takes a year off. Columbia Relu Cabarrus County, 'N. C, and con r-nuation. Tho characters of tho i cord. done in Covington district wero vote siderable prospecting wa3 j of tho largest new reduction, which reachCUTTING DOWJf THE FORGE out yesterday. Is quoted as say-ng- , As soon as the women learn to The output of gold irom hatireglon. passed. S. T. Fitch was appointed c here's hoping they'll teach tho men. "Enough Is knownvnow thru ?.lr ed 1,729. The total reduction mad South Carolina In 1829 was reported ' A representative of the National In the employes of the Navy Depart, Hays headquaiters to convince tne NashvlITe Tennessecan. .student to Drew Seminary Gpo'-.t-to be worth $3,500. From that time n League public that as thd need of a great or- Federation of Federal Employes has ment was 15L The Post Office deW. Young ns A woman will marry a man to reCivil War gold mining was C. Morrison as presi- form' him, but a baak never hires one until the. ganization n? has .mclved the pub- issued a statement to the effect that partment showed an increase, as also, lecturer. Dr. II. a considerable Industry in tho Southdent, and John Paul as dean of Asbu with a similar object irf View. Tole- ern Appalachians, and although the lic and at an official I earing ha; de- 124,000 employes haye been dropped, did the Department of Interior and. ry College and C. C. Fisher as presi-de- do niailo. nied the tru'.h ' He explained, fur- from the swollen war lists of the Gov- the Department of Commerce. rich fields of California, lured many of Mlllersburg Femalo College. The proved facts of the case aror Chicago deputy commissioner ther, "I can not btllnve a single word ernment. At the same time purely Tho miners .Xrom those lowor grade east Tho Itev. W. J. Harris, of Hlnton of public works says tho girls must he says on t.i juv0-c- t ' and intimat- partisan claims are being made that that the Government machinery is) ern deposits, the fever in California ed that Mr. Hays had ewornto what great numbers of unnecessary clerks growing very rapidly and while there ind tho Rov. D. E. Bedlnger, of consult their consciences with resuperannuation gard to the costumes they wear at really stimulated gold "mining tn the he knew to bo fn!.e, Indiana citi- are employed In the Government applied for are a good many reductions in tha East. During the Civil War and for , I.oniocratlc-.purtl-sansOne can hear most anything now- force, still these are offset by actual Olnrcnco Wilson and Clarence Shar-ro- the municipal bathing beach. Tho gold was zens, eyen violent several years after It little wore admitted to the conference commissioner will find a lot of mat-dowill not oellovp that Will H. adays, hut the facts are that dur- "requirements for additional help region, but In the sev by the usual Island con- mined in this Hays perjured himself or that he ing July, which was supposed to be a which supplemented on trial. with South Sea gold- enties, eighties, and nineties would Intentionally deceive the pub-li- e. big month In laying off the War work, number of Jobs doled out as tho re- -, sciences. Detroit Freo Press. mining there was more active. Tho KMTOKIAL COMMENT ers, the separations In the Govern- suit of "political pull'' keeps the numFrank When you proposed o hef industry in tho central Tho party leaders, apparently, aro ment service totalled 4,908, and an ber of Federal employes ubnecessar- lI suppose sho said: "This is so sud- Carollnas is not now flourishing, con- addition was made "of. 2, 906 employes. ly high, resulting In tho( usuaf burden, Governor Cox and his running mate" den?" ore is permitting' the campaign fund the supply pf Franklin D. Roosovolt, aro working Ernest No, she was honest and decreasing and because tho gold can troversy to get the bettor of their Tho War Department showed the which the taxpayers must boar. tompors.GQvemorCo,c displays an unthemselves up to Impassioned heights said: "This suspense has been terri- not bo extracted from tho lower-grad- e poise In the bltterncs of oratory upon the subject of how ble." sulphldo ore at a profit., Gold expected lack of m tho predatory Wall Street Interests thevAppala-chta- n of his attack onthe Republican chairwill probably bo mined in aro preparing to buy the presiden- MAN HAS NOTHING TO many man. The Democratic nominee natu region, however, for party and upset cy for tho Republican DO WITH THIS IJANIC rally was a bit piqued at the puncturyears. , ing of his bubble, concerning that githo federal reserve bank act. In mt Clnrksvllle, Tenn., Sopt. 3 For CHAUFFEUR FLEES viow of this contention tho New York gantic Republican campaign, fund very general Evening Post's announcement of 'cor- many years Tcnncsseo's blcgest dark WIXH RICH HAUL Dut tho Impression is dial support' of tho Democratic tick tobacco market, Clarksvllle, has takthat GovernorCox was tho victim of of must bo moro than an ombarrass-mon- t en on how slorloc, and Is now the San Francisco, Sept ff A reward supporters who had more enthusiasm to Governor Cox. Tho Post Is homo of tho flrot women's" bank , to of $1,000 was offered today by the thanv sense, and he made an error of owned by Thomas W. Lamont, of the bo organzled In America, and possibly Anglo and London-Pari- s 'National judgmenUand was at fault merely in fahctfuf fig irm of J. P. Morgan and Company. In tho world. Rank for tho arrest of Charles W. being taken In by their 3. P. Morgan and Company are proMrs. P. J. Hunyon, wlfo of a prom- llayes, a.chaffeur, who disappeared ures, Indianapolis Star. ,, bably tho chief of our international inent physician. Is president of tho Wednesday with an automobile said 1)0 CKMETKItV. She Kind You Have Always Bought, and vhich has beea bankers. They favor 'Cox because bank, which Is Incorporated as "The by bank official's to "contain $59,000 In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Cox favors tho Wilson leagup, and First Woman's Bank In Tonnesseo," William Tyler Pago, clerk of the Haes, a now 'employe, had been and has been made under nis per-tho Wilson leaguo Is an, International Women do aU. the work, nnd a Hoard detailed to tlrtvo twb bank collectors House of Representatives, president sonnl sunervlslon fsini-- its infnnnr. proposition which promises profit to of Womqn Oircctors. on wnicn not. n oyer downtow routes. Ho dlsap- - of 610 Maryland Stato Society and &wZ Allow nn nnft tn Apreivpi rrntt in ftils. , .thorn? If J. P. Morgan and Company "Mlss'appoara, guiaostnouostinyoij)ear?d wh(m Uj0 day,a work fla connolsseur.oh patriotic lore, who haj " are but d 'All Counterfeits, Imitations and " aro not representative of Wall Street, the Institution. Mrs. Matt Lyle, wlfo nearly ended.-- . Detectives were In- lmn f)f In thn emnlov Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of wo know of no firm which is. And of tbo County Attorney, la cashier. hus- Congress since 1881, has dedicated formed by Mrs. Hayes that her. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment jot Cox has tho support of tho firm's Mrs. Itunyon, originator of the band a few days before had destroy- a portion of hfs estate In Chevy Chase Influ-oncmedium of publicity and public woman bank Idea, although sho mod- ed photographs o( hlmsolf. Congressional Dog Cemetery as a 4 Wo doubt that he will bo able estly claims tho suggo3tlon was given, for Bays the Washington Star. Earl today tho automobile, Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, 'to divert attention from this fact by hor by a man, has been prominent In which the police had combed the city, Ono of the mounds In this cemejery Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains verbal attacks upon Wall Stroot nnd social --life of Clarksvlllo for fyears. was found in the business district, marks tho restlns place of a pot dog neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic cubctace. Its the roported $15,000,000 or $30,000,-O0- 0 Sho was Instrumental Jn getting for but a car which had been parked near owned, by Mrs. Walter H. Stlnoss, age Is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Republican campaign fund. Clarksvllle a JUvenllo Court, a hos- tho samo point was missing. In tho wife' of. a nitodo Island, mombdr. Thh been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, In tho first place, the charges by pital nnd a woman's building, Dur- reqovered automobllo tho police found dog was a gtoat favorlto In the con"Wind Colic and Diarrhoeas; allaying Feverishness arising Cox and'ltoosovolt that tho Republi ing tho war she was chairman of the 14,000 in silver. therefrom, and by regulatlngNthe Stomach and Bowels, aid3 gressional jlrcle. Montgomery County Red Cross, nnd tho assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. . Mr. Pace haB Just burled In this Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. still holds that position. cemetery n water spaniel w'hlch he be GOVKHXOU cox is LflLfe. s Tho First Woman's Dank specialriOUTKD AVHOXQ WAY lieves dollberatcly sacrificed hor life INFLUENZA ftiUifiN lYn n I izes In loans for women, but men aro through mother love to onve ono of Cold not barrod from tho use of Its capital. starts with a O.ovornor Cox will not help his caso her pups. He Is having a monument m . any In Indiana by questioning the maUe to be oiected over this dog's Bears the Signature pf Kill tho Cold. At tho firt ' voracity of WilJ II, Hays, Itepubllc.m grave. liAitoii fi:di:kation Isneezotake r- ASSISTIJI) KAUMKUS national chairman, Tuevotori of OliDKST U, S. tfOliDIKIt. stato havo confidence m Mr this Hays. They know him personally and Doing told that It would tako ? A. L. Lowe, of Lynnhaven, Va., to harvest tho whoat crop In at close range. Thoy have observed and that If labor did go- - ernor Cox at a dls'.tinra, cyi'n If born in Germany in 1844, sorved us tho Northwest, V 'fiftOMU tho farmcro would It h a short distance, und It railed soaman in the U S, navy during tlie not I cnyUallifiB of Wall on to accept tho word of one or tho Civil war. Ho enlisted 'In tiro U. S. havo to 0 to tho Standard eold remedy for 20 yir i. . thl (orm ufe. ture. no stroot, the Chicago Federation of ", other they very naturally will bollovo army at tho ago of 7G, to tight Gerij l . up i oite Dret er p In 3 fiayi. Kind You Have Its fundoln tho tho man ihcy know to bo dependtblo many, serving five months, and Is oftodeposlt l.fnn relieves k Monv back if It fills. Th. k, rather than the one whom thty have ficially credited as being tho oldest League bank pf In. hot hu A Red .Inimra Bfe C1 p witn Mr. HID' soldier on our sldo. Two grandsons N. D., and recommendod that consldojei to lu trustworthy. picture. Governor Cox,' In d statement glvou also served. Drug Stor unions take similar action. all other At All os 11 Hyndman Peak Is the only named.- mohntaln In Idaho that rises nbovo It stands near tho 12JO00 feet. Ulalne Custer'county lino and has a Thoro nVo, height of 12,p78 feet how'ever, sevpral ,uhnamed peaks near Hvndman Peak whoso elevations nro greater titan lz.yvu icci, as anown y the contours on tho Hailey topographic .map,, published by tho United States Geological Survey. S ,' - Via V , JZzSZ iu l The DeperidabfeTradtof that Burns Kerosene Completely 1225 H. P.Waterloo "si i ' Tractbr is just the kind hands The that we put into the our customers. It ' are-place- long-continue- case-harderf- ed low-price- highly-combustib- le and 1 Fordsville Planing Mil! Company &&! , ( V e. .'.n-istc- rs Anti-Saloo- nt Er-lang- w ns . gold-mini- se frbe-mllltr- fk Children Cry for Fletcher's . &t&Z'uc e Just-as-goo- o. r What is CASTORIA r w, m. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS HIUO ,, - 5CscaraBquinin 1 00 In Use For Over 30 Years The Always Bought 1. Non-partUj- 'n Mls-marc- mm mL5 t.V contest wou,d "avo des!,,vcil n ,,"t mil uicnn auuercu a uuvurei- bruised hand hut staid In tho game (Dy I. D. Clnlro,) Parrot pitched a Steady gnmo but wan I ran Into Estill Park ovor hero, relieved In the Blxth by Heed Wat lint, I nm not ready to refport on him son performed brllllnntly nt short yet I know that ho his done some m r tiling , but don't fcWjust what It Is. L fltnb of a ,)nU n mh whlch had HIT labeled all over It g 1 first' brought Battle Nail Into Tho gnmo would have !ien n real) newspaper famo and would like to contost it the rain had held off, keep him famous, but Fluke has serv- which prohibited both'JiUchtrs fronf ed notice that Ant's namq shnll not showing any real stuff and slowed appear in this sheet again. up the Holding. II II E Scoro by Innings "When I arrived in Central City I ilcllenry 83 00001020 located at tho McDowell House, and Hartford 00110211 x 6 11 2 was pleased, surprised and amused o to find my old friend, Tom Stevens, Hartford and Simmons locked on tho desk as night clerk. Tom says horns hero Mondny In tho most excit ho Is going to send for Goodman to ing gnmo of tho season. Although tho comploto tho old Foster Houso trio. homo boys hammered themsolves Into lint I told him It wnrn't no use now. tho lead In tho third Innfng andwero never overhauled, tho gnmo ras a A man camo Into my shop yesterfight from start to finish and many day, and said, "Hoy! I tran give you a would be rally by the visitors was an odd news Item. I know where cut off by air-tigpitching and thoro Is a dtonc mllldam, built forty spectacular fielding. Dates pitched years ago, In which tho masons en- a great game for, tho locals, coming closed .a fiunrt of flno old whinky."! lout of all pinches in fino form until I would not dare pub-" tho ninth when loose fielding and a ,. , , i .l. nmtin Mini Inm- Imfnon """couplo of hits netted the visitors three ...n..1.1 ,! ltumu tijiuiuut: uiai uau- irtrti't w iiyj runs and came near tieing the score. light. Calbert, n Memphis Southern' leaguo twlrler, was on the mound for tho A number of people over hero who "Senator" Taylor made a hnvo seen my "Beads Oddly Strung" visitors. g cntch In tho third when hnvo asked me tr In'ornorate that ho went back in. center field' and I suspicion feature in the Argus, but took a hit that loked good for a safeIt Is a plan thoy have hatched to ruin ty. Gldnn, who has been doing the tho pji!i. and I sha'l steer" clear of receiving for the locals, .proved that it- - ' I ho was a Trls Speaker when he was forced to play the outfield on account I have had occasion to pass thru of a bruised hand, handling six Hartford on tho M. II. & E. Lightning chances without a bobble, tho last of Clipper several times within the which saved tho game. past two weeks a .'id the temptation It H E Score by Innings: to detrain and run up tpwn arid hug Simmons 10(100001 3 5 6 S d tho electric light poles was wellnlgh Hartford 00112002 x 6 8 5 But I' shall blow Into Jrresistabre. tho old lmrg afore long if I have to PURIilC SALE. inis3 an Issue of this A'ulcnborg Journal to do it. I will sell my housohold and kitchFluke, Bill Dean says If you will en furniture, farming implements xnako that fatted calf a sheep he will two milch cows, four mares and three go snookers with you and1 we three mules on Saturday the 25th day of will have a feast on the banks of the September, 1920, at my residence on river Green; and for goodness sakes tho Tom Duke farm. E. F. EWAN, make it a sheep. J Sunnydale, Ky, 10t2 ( BEADS ODDLY STRUNG JL I I rrrrrrrHrrr. ', JHHBft H A A HMBaMBHHI 25 rrrrrrrrrp m rrrL r ht ,..,.,,,, i. Hv VK H H r V hair-raisin- INSTITUTE and FAIR WEEK at -- i' i HARTFORD Wednesday, Sept- - 15th HARTFORD vs. INSTITUTE MIDWAW am mighty glad I am not there to iiave to choose between friends and Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Itowo Jiear friends. They will have candi- are visiting relatives at Equality. dates over hero, but thoy er.n't tell Mrs. C. L. Lonoy and Miss Violet jne what a good friend they have al- Loney went to Centertown shopping ' ways been to mo. Tuesday. Mrs. Mattle Williams, of Center-town- , 1 won't dun my own bitbscrlbo,rs is visiting her mother, Mrs. until I get better acquainted with Ofa Payton. them, but you felUiws who aro beSeveral from this place attended hind with the Republican might to tho singing convention at Williams pay up and then pay a jear In ad- Mines la'st Sunday. vance. With the present unheard-o- f Master Edgar Rowe, of near prices for paper and labor. t nows is visiting his cousin. Maspaper can not efford to carry delin- ter Hubert Roje. quents. Her, of Rockport, spent Miss a few days recently with the family These beads have at least one vir- of Mr. L 3M. Pailc. tue they steer clear of politics. The wind fitorni on last Tuesday afternoon was very do3tructhe to 1 think I served notice sometimo tobacco and corn here. tngo that I would not long remain Miss Minnie Mclntyre, of EvanS- away from a newspaper desk. ThelviUe ls visiting her uncle and aunt, man who has not had a newspaper Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Heflln. fxporience knows nothing of hard Mrs. Thompson, of will ar; work, poverty and genuine happiness. rive Sunday, to o, tho guest of her There is a bit of pardonable pride in sister, Mrs. Barney Hocker. having several thousand people read Mr. Garfield Rowe has soUl his what one 'writes. Eerybody loves farm to Mr. Willie Roeder. Mr. 'to have his say, and the bigger the Rowe contemplates moving to Wilho likes It. But liams Mines. . audience the hotter no 'more dally work for me I am Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Faught will Bossing mj leave Sunday for a short visit to Mrs. wired of that aspiration. own job on a lazy country weekly Faught's brother, Mr. Ed Atherton, is good enough for me. of Madisonvllle. n School at this place Js progressing 3MKTFORD LANDS nicely, with Mr. Arvfn LiMuro as TURKIC IN A ROW teachor. Supt. E. S. Howard visited the school Friday. Hartford defeated Rob Roy SaMrs. Bettlo Fulkerson and son, turday in a loosely played contest John, of Paducah, have returned which was changed from a pitchers' J home after a visit with Mrs. Fulker-son'- s a slugging match by a uattie to brother, Mr. J. W. Rowe, and drizzling rain In tho sixth inning. s'lster, Mrs. H. It. Bishop. Hob Roy was hold scoreless until tho Mr. Layton Park and sister, Miss sixth, while Hartford had scored Myrtle, of Detroit, Mich., are expectIhreo markers, when the visiting slug- ed to anlvo within a few days to be gers turned looso and hammered in tho guest of their parents,Mr. and oight runs. Tho homo team camo Mrs? I). M. Park. Lack In tho seventh and scored sevMr, A .T. Rowe, of Wisconsin, spent en, while each side pcoied ono In tho last week with his mother, Mrs eighth. Williams was on the moutui Amanda Rowe, and other relatives for tho locals, Claud Taylor mado near hero, returning to his homo a good start for tho visitors but Sunday. was relloed la favor of Monroe Just or Central Mrs. J. H. Tichonor, after his team Wd made their eight Grovo, visited her mother, Mrs. Ellon runs In tho sixth. Duo to slippery Hopkins, here Wednesday, It belrg lulls and a damp fiold Monroo could Mrs. Hosklns sovonty-secon- d birthnot control his stuff norv could his day. toam-matoffer mucn defouso. Mr. and Mrs. Norvnl Brown and R II E daughter, Miss Ollvo, of Now Castlo, Score by Innings: 8 Rob Roy OOOOOS01 Ind., have returned to their homo af- 0 10 110 7 1 x 11 13 Hartford trfr spending a few weeks with Mr ' P. M. Brown and family. BlulIonrynnA Unit ford played their Rev, and Mrs. Aaron Ross an fourth game hero Sunday, which re- children, William Thomas and Virgin sulted In n Hartford win. Tho games ia, of Georgetown, havo returned to now stand, two wins for both toains tholr homo nftor spending tho sum 'Tho tlo will bo placd off on tho Io mor with Mrs. Ross' parents, Mr. cul diamond Saturday and Mrs. I M. Brown, and other Owens and Glotm ronnosod tho relatives. Sjaltery for Hurtford and Parrot and Mis. Allco Faught was one of the Phelps for McHonry, Owens twlrlod "lucky" eight, who passed In the ntr tight ball and but for the driz-alin- g special teachora' examination. She rain wfileji fell throughout tho mado a general averago of 82 3. I lor the Ohio County offices next yar With some forty odd candidates Thursday, September 16 Friday, September 17th v HARTFpRD vs. HABIT HARTFORD vs. McHENRY o, r . . Saturday, September f ALL-STA- R HARTFORD vs. ALL-STA- R TEAM 18 & v l' s , - . nstitute 2ame has always been a good game, and will be a game worth attend- ing this time.' Habit had one of the best teams in western Kentucky four years ago and from all reports has equally as good a team this year. . We all know the ability of.the McHenry boys and this final game between them and Hartford will be the fastest game they have played this year. . The team will have the best ball players in the county on it. Withrow will hurl the game for them, and since leaving this county he has been tossing the horse-hid- e for the fast Dyersberg team which has set up a new independent record this year. The Hartford team will be strengthened with local talent and will present the best Bat. tery available. Every ball fan in the County should see all of these games. Each and every one of them will be fast and full of thrills. Some ball player in your community will be on the All-StTeam. Come out and see him work Help him with your support. ar McHenry is Here Tomorrow, the 11th And the Owensboro Team the 12th Saturday and Sunday. The end of next week marks the close of the season for Hartford, so take advantage of the opportunity to see the last "old" ball games of the year. Regular admission prices will prevail at all the crames excenf tli All.fUn,. on Saturday. Due to the .additional cost of advertising and expense connected in irettimr w..o wuw. lugwibt wic gcuciai auiuia&iuu price Will De OOC. Games Called at 3:15. You know things will be sizzling hot at the ball park N 09 1-- A 0- -