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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, at her home near Pleasant IUdgo. Music was rendered in tho afternoon by Messrs. G. L. and Henry French, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NUMBER 12. SUFFRAGE GETS 0. K. IN CONNECTICUT h Those present wore: Mr. and Mrs WfOHIWHAT a Strothcr Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Gar-nol- d 3 sJJP-i'v I BEAUTIFUL Canary and baby, Mr. Sylvester .S ..Vnw Ovei 150 Enrollments, Ses- Clark and children, Mr. and Mrs. O. Amendment Ratified; Antis L. Fronch and children, Mr. and Mrs. sions Interesting And Doomed, Lawsuits Of Q. C. Whlttnker nnd children, Mr r! Instructive. No Avail. and Mrs. Elijah Moslcy and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Mlncoy and children, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dell and Hartford, Conn., Sept. 14. Tho Tho Ohio County Teachers' Inst- Mrs. Mattio Murray, Mrs. Joslo Clark Connecticut Legislature this afteritute will adjourn this afternoon af- and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark and chilnoon by concurrent action ratified ter having completed an Interesting dren, Misses Dessio, Nettlo.Myrtle and tho woman suffrage amendment to and Instructive program lasting since Martlne Drace, Ophelia French, Althe federal constitution, making Con, Monday. Tho enrollment of Teachers berta Murray, Gertie and Myrtle nectlcut the 37th state to ratify. nunfbered 15S, probaly tho highest Cora Lou and Josephine The resolution was taken despite over attained within tho Institute's , We8torf0,d MoM . wmlam and Joo m Gov. Alarcus R. Holcomb's messago History. Murray, Orion and D. Kuykendoll, ATTENDANCE OFFICER road when the Legislature was conTho first session was held in tho Herman and Ellis Davis, Alvey Tyler, STARTS PROSECUTIONS vened In special session today ta jrtidltorlum of tho school building Mayfleld. Kenry French nnd Elmer Hall In the Chicago Dally News) change the election law of tha state having been called to order Monday Delbert Grey, Homer'Dodson, Eugont: On investigation and reports of tho so that women would be enabled ta morning by County Superintendent Wilson. County School Attendance Officer, E. S. Howard, followed by song sor-vl-m warrants have been Issued for more become voters this fall. Tho governor said the Legislature had n led Jiy Prof. Otis Carson nnd LIGHTNING than thirty parents for failure to power to enact any Devotional exercises conducted by CHRISTIAN' CHURCH comply with the law requiring them constitutional other legislation than that for which, Rov. Rusaoll Walker. YORK TIMES. to send their children to school. it wa3 summoned to act upon. Mr. Lyman G. Barrett, on behalf A bolt of lightning struck tho cuThe law provides a minimum fine When Republican House Leader of tho town, delivered an address of pola of the Christian church, early Street safe and burled at tea. Cummlnrs of $5.00 foV each offense, without U Just his BRYAN ASSAILS COX selectiontheis person to officiate, but the King read the resolution for passage welcome which was responded to by Tuesday morning, but aside from It a serious handicapprogreslimiting perhaps. party proposes to appeal to the Trot. Ozna Shults, after which tho tearing off a number of shingles ana sive, sentiment of the country." Persons' guilty, or deemed guilty, of the federal suffrage amendment la organized by tho elec- opening a considerable gap down the liryan calls the Cox candidacy a Mr. the lower branch, Speaker Walsh, Instltuto was COMINGS disgrace. lie says: must face a grandjury and if indict- asked if there was any objection to " The fact that the Democrats of two tion of Miss Mae Rogers, as socretn-T- splro for somo twenty feet, no maed, be tried in Circuit Court, thus ary uutes, unio and Koutucky. have liv terial damage was sustained.- atrticted for Governor Cox makes it fc entailing a lot of, trouble as well ns the resolution and there was none. T Calli Choice of Democratic Con- firoper to consider nis position on the was ruled in order by tho speaker. On suggestion nnd Invitation, tho It Is almost miraculous that the expense and probable fine. Parents Question. It Is Decomine every ''Every legislature Is a law unto-Itselfmore and Institute voted to move to the Cour building was not fired as tho current vention Chairman a Tragedy' day man about more apparent that he is rind others responsible for pupils' atwhoso standard the wet the he said. The remark waa Houso, It bolng much moro centrally tore into the cupola whero it must forces; will gather. tendance in school should make a for the Party. " Governor Edwards Is a Joke. A cheered add tho roll call was begun: locatod and thoreforo easier of access. havo been dry and easy of ignition. drunkard in the last stages of delirium strenuous effort to comply with th; tremens would have sense enough to The vote in the House on the resoDr. A. M. Stickles of the Western enforcement of the attendance act, know. that Edwards has no chance of Rowling Greon, has lution of ratification was: Yes, 216; 'Normal School, COX CANDIDACY A DISGRACE nomination. Senator Hitchcock did, not not only for the good of the child no, 11. have any chance even before the Nemado a good Impression upon (he TO CELEBRATE 25TH braska primary, hence he had nothing but thaf; the act should be recognizto lose. Governor Cox Is their man and In the Senate there was no vote in teachers and others attending tho YEAR IN MINISTRY he hs fairly wpn the dishonor that he ed and adhered to. It Is perhaps opposition. Hit Nomination Would Do an Insult steles. Instltuto. Ho Is not only a culturImpossible in somo cases, Isolator", The action of the Legislature waj by the Liquor Forest, ed scholar but an Instructor of exRov. Jo R. Rogers, formerly an o position in which he could disgrace ones however, to follow the strict a nation. For years tho men enaaned ceptional merit. Owing to lack of Ohio Countian, but for somo time a in direct opposition to tho attitude oC Nebrai&an Asserts. In the liquor business have been tho real inletter of the law, but never the spaco wo could not glvo detailed Gov. Holcomb, who earlier In the day anarchists of the country, far more danresident of Chicago, 111., preached hi gerous tthan tho professional anarch'Hts. tent. called a special session for next Tuesof the proceedings. Goverpor Cox has become their candi first sermon in Soptembcr, 1805, at Special to The .Vew York Timtt. date. day to act upon suffrage ratification. IJolow are tho nnmes of tho teach- - giaty Creek church, Just 25 years ago LINCOLN, Neb.. May 13. William mi nomination would m&ko the Jennings Bryan turned hM political bat- - pmocratle Party the lctda- - or the law. GEN. DEWEESE GOES ers enrolled: Ada Wedding, Mary Rov. Rogers Is back In Kentucky, or tho Davison, Grace Tllford, Amby rv xcmocr&uc rmuontu election,-If- , such a thing were possible, anniverwu4riiian will bo, and tho twenty-fift- h TO REGULAR ARMY All doubt ofactipn legality of TenCommittee, vl and Governor Cox of flhlo. would turn the White Rouse over t nessee's recent in ratifying tho Jcsso Petty, Ruth Mercer, sary of his advent Into tho ministry In a statement given out here ho says:1 thoso who defy the Government and hold law in contempt. y jne selection vr chairman 10th amendment lost Its punch Vlrglo May IJurdette, Ethel Muffett, is to bo colebrafod by his delivering a " There la ho likelihood at his "nam!. to sound the keynote of the Gen. James M. DoWeese has resignIs nation and no chance of his election it Democratic National Convention when news came that (ConneMaria Fuqua, Emma Wright, Opal sermon at Slaty Creek, whore his mai why should any Demo-- t ed as Adjutant General to accept a cticut horse Ulan a comedy. It Is a tragedy. nominated, but.to support had ratified. The ratification, a man nhcsej Brooks, Irene 0,'Dell, Ruth Godsoy, den sermon was preached, at 11 A It is 'a melancholy beginning If the crat Be. willing commission as Captain in the' Field by Democrats have nny Intention of mak-I- nomination would insult the consciences ' the Legislature of Connecticut was Ida Matthews, Imogono Plunimer, M., Sunday, Soptombor 2C and at a campaign tlm year. If the Demo- -. of the nation T For ths trluniph of pro" Camp Knox Artillery and reported at "itlc Party Is to ba wratmed in a hlbltlon Is a triumph cf the nation's! Ethel Russell, Mrs. Anna Forguson, 2:30 P. M. DInner-l- s to bo served ' Wednesday for duty. He has been clean cut, without any technicalities wsf shr6ud. locked up In a Wall I conscience." to bring before a court for review, Russell, Vera Miller, Margaret on the grounds. Ilrsslo Rov. Roger-granted a leave of absence of fifteen except it that ratification was not InCirdwell, J. F. Bruner, Mnr'. Marks, each of the churches: that days, and has returned to Frankfort cluded in tho governor's call. Even Mrs. S. O. Keown, Wnrron Payton, Hartford, West Providence, Mt ZIon, G. 0. P. BETS CIRCUIT COURT IS to arrange affairs In the Adjutant laymen everywhere agree that conEllzaboth DavldGon, Salllo Coloman, Boavor Dam, Coo) Springs, Green General's office. Tho pew Adjutant sideration of an amendment, like tha Elite Sandofur, Irene Rhoads, Corln RIvor, .and Salem nfnd New Harmony. MAJORITY IN MAINE TO CONVENE MONDAY General has not yet been appointed. election of a United States senator' Flener, Carrie Southard, W. S. Hill, In Butler County, of which ho has General (now Captain) DoWeese Hazolrlgg, served as pastor, send delegations. under the old order, Is a political, not Ernost Wilson, Anna Lou has been connected with military life a legislative function, and tho LegisDudley Wostorflcld, Marlissa Foster, East Providence and Liberty are also ano organizations during the major Mrs. R. D. Funk, D. D. Moseloy, O. V Invited to bo present. On The Wilson-Co- x League 34 Cases Set For Trial No portion of the time for some 12 or 15 lature, when once assembled, acts In its independent capacity as a Rogers, Dana Fuqua, Hobor Mldklff, All who can possibly do so aro reyears. He has made an extensive Issue Democrats Lose Grand Jury At This nale branch of the government . Mnrtlno Kirk, Evan Owen, Dona Ken- quested to bring their baskets supstudy of military tactics and the News dispatches from tho east Heavily ning, John C. Tanner, Deulah itfooro, plied with a lunch for tho noon hour. Term. handling of soldiers and Is eminently treat Connecticut's action as if it wer Roy II. Foreman, Josrphlno lioovr. Rov. Rogers will preach at tho qualified for the position to which he In. fact, the 37th state. It appears C K. Carson, Lily Chlnn, Ray Coil:, Beaver Dam Baptist Church at night has been appdlnted In Uncle Sam's that Tennessee's ratification was conMrs. Ray Cook, Marvin Ross, Roy of tho 26th. Maine, the State watchod by all of The Ohio Circuit Court will con Military Organization. sidered final everywhere but in TenStewart, Dee Drown, Mrs. Bessie m mn the wise politicians In Presidential vene Monday In Its regular Septemnessee. Chick, Sam W. Taylor, Nova Rosi, CAPT. A. D. WIHTE SOCIAL CLUB MEETS. election years, exceeded the fondest ber term with a docket of consideraNow, oven In Tennessee tho oppo Roso, O. C. Daniel, W. V. Ama SELLS HIS BOAT hopes of Republicans, In the' election ble length to be disposed of. There Shields, Mary Bj'ors, Martlno Mc- LadIo3' Social Club was en- - sition has nothing left. If Tonnesseo The held ".wonday, nnd gave the G. O. P. s not to be any grand jury at this state, ConDaniel, Clatfd Park, Emma D. Axton, Capt. A. D. White, who has, sine? by was not the thirty-sixt- h Candidate for Governor, more than, term of court. Following is the tertalnea Wednesday afternoon It is even probable that Bessie Alien, Nacle Crowder, Mrs. we can remember, owned some sort Mrs. Belle W. Cooper and Mrs. E. O. necticut is. Ci.OOO majority over his Democrats locket as arranged for the first week. Allco Faught, Cesna' Shultz, Pauline of steam or power propelled water-wfaf- t, opponent. Barrass. nt tho homo of the latter, in the attempt made in Tennessee to en- cind(-dat- e 1st. Day Sept. 20th. Thi Republican Rhoads, E. F. Liles, Ruth Foromin, recently sold the Pearl, a a most delightful manner. A number oln tho governor from certifying ratifor congress were all electa! !v F. C. Bennett vs. Finis Wallace; Wilson. M. staunch little gasoline yacht, and has Evelyn Foreman, Winnie games of progressive rook were fication to Washington will not bo ncreased majorities also, and In addi- Ira Hartley vs. Ky. Coke Co. &c; of A. Enjbry, Mary Jane Maddox, B. H. dcolared his Intention to havo llttlo played, at the conclusion of which an pushed now, since nothing could be tion to that every member ' of the E. K. Kaylor vs. Andrew Addington; Morris, Cathorlne Tlchonor, R. A. If anything at all to do with water elegent two course lunch was served gained. Women have'already voted fa State Sena'to, 40 in number is a Re- Herbert Midkiff vs. Alva Carter. N.o suit " la Holt, J. C. Lawrence, F. L. Sandefur, In the future, wo mean to glide In or publican Those present, besides the club mem- Maine and elsewhere while of the 151 members 2nd Day. Sept 21st. pending in any of the federal courts Mnrgn-TClomor Roso, Agnes Duncan, upon, by boat, presume he will still were: E. P. Barnes & Bro., vs.-- W. M. bers controversy. Benton, Mary Francis Skinner, use It for the purpose of making cof-fe- of tho State house of representatives Mesdames Oscar Bishop, Otto C because of the Tennessee only 15 Democrats succeeded in snv Laws &c; I. N. Lanham vs. L. & N. In the Supreme Court of Tennessco Sophia Hatler, Mrs. 13. Kenne, Mrs. Martin, O. G. Keown, Misses Elizalag their scalps, they formerly had 41. R. R. Co.; J. W. Smith vs. Same; the writ of certiorari and superGilbert Jolly, Lossio Austin, Cliffio Mae Nail. It will be rather strange and a Tho campatn vva3 vpged whoilj I. N. Lanham &c, vs. Same; Acme-Jone- beth Moore and Zolla sedeas granted by Chief Justice Lans-de- n Hamil- sense of sadness to we fellows whoso Austin, Flossie Masoa, John upon the League of Nations and tho Co., vs. W. B. Ellis &c; Dick- KEYSTONE CHAPTER R. Is pending. Chancellor Newman , ton, Myrtle Calvert, Ree Igleheart. habit it Is to haunt the reaches 'twlxt Identical questions up r which the inson Bros. vs. W. Reynolds Garag; A. 31. ELECTS OFFICERS of Nashville enjoined the govornur aVlma Simpson, G. T. Brown, A. W. hero and tho Locks, wo who frequent- National-campaiIs being fought American Cooperative Assn. vs. L. from certifying ratification. Tha Leisure, Anna Wood, Ernostlne Ralph ly called upon the old sage of tt.o out. Democratic Cabinet officers and Mario w; Same vs. Charlie Cartor; Keystone Chapter, No. 110 R. A chief justice superseded the ordor, May Smith, Anna Carter, Lona Ollor. water, to come down and tow us In A fevr M., at its regular convocation Tues- and Gov. Roberts certified. Henry Austin, Lorotta Crowder, Nel- when broken down and in trouble, to a host of others of national reputn. Same vs. Joe Seaton. tlon stumped the state in behalf or 3rd Day, Sept. 22nd. day night, elected officers for the en hours later tho secretary of state at lie Arnold, Stanley Phillips, E. J. fall In meeting tho familiar nnd Ada Belle Brooks vs. W. O. W. &c; suing year, allof whom were Install Washington proclaimed the amdnd-neho Democrats, but in the face of that, Tlratcher, W. R. Carson, Allco Taylor, face, tho face as It used Malno, of which it is said' as It goes C. L. Brown vs. Tucker Coal Co.; ed with the exception of two, Thoso as the law of the land. The hearTom Hamilton, Mrs. Eva Hamilton. to peer out over tho bough of the so goes the Nation In Presidential Clarence James vs. B. J. Shields; N. elected were ae follows: ing on the chiof justice's action comes Shown, Mrs. J. M. McFerran, Pearl, as she chugged, C. B. chugged, to one against P. Dennis vs. W. H. Maddox; Virgil W. S. TInsley, H. P.; A. D. Kirk. up In the supremo court, this month Stanley Murphy, Mao E. Rogers, Mrs. faithfully at tho good old Captain's joara, voted almost two Craddox vs. Dr. P. T. Willis. the Democrats, K.; C. O. Hunter, S.; Dr. A. B. Blley, at Knoxvllle, but a determination evW. O'DeJl, J. call. Hortonso Morrison, J. Tho women, on whom Wilson and lth Day, Sept. 23rd. C. H.; R. R. Riley, P. S.; R. E. Duk, en In favor of the antls could gala S. Mitchell, Elslo Wise, Edith Drake, R. H. Wosterflold vs. Frank Rob R. A. C.J Sidney A. Williams, nothing. Not Only has tho certifies- the Democrats counted as'belng for Hockor, Eunice TELEPHONE MANAGERS Suo Brown, Roy CHANGED POSITIONS accepting tho League appear to have erts; Bank of Fordsville vs. John M. V.; A. C. Porter M. 2nd. V.; B. H. lon gone forward and the amendment Shultz, Mack Martin, O. D, TJarson, eon about twice as strong against the Graham; I. C. Ortkles vs. Broadway Ellis M. 1st V.; Lewis Fulkerson been proclaimed, but Connecticut has "Waljer Morrison, Otis Stevens, Susye Mr. W. W. Harris, for two years proposition as wero the men. Maine Coal Co.; Ernie Bell vs. Ben Qulgg; Sent; Rowan Holbrook Treasurer ratified also. Raymond, Iva Lee, Jesse Dyers, Mat-ti- e m Simpson vs. J. Barton and II. E. Mischko, Secretary. A conpast, manager of tho local Cumberland has elected three Democratic candi- Cornelius Baltzell, J. W. Kirk, Cllfflo Felix during tho past Payne, Agt. siderable amount of business was PRESIDENTIAL STRAW P. 11. Mldklff, Monnte McDan-- " Telephone exchange, has been trans dates for Governor Mrs. years and as their State elections nth Day, Sept. 24th. VOTE NOW UNDER WAY transacted and plans arranged, for lei, Rhoda Whltohouso, Grace Ren- ferrcd to Mt. Carmel, 111., and Mr 20 elecComth of Ky., vs. W. D. Stratton; conferring' the M. M. Degree at tho Marshall Crowe, Abbye Whit. W. R. Main, formerly manager at come so near the Presidential frew, creep in and Same, vs. Same; Samo vs. Same; next stated convocation, tho second The Rexall Stores, of which there tlL'ghlll, N. B. White, L. L. Embry. Morgantown, has been given the po- tions, National issues generally called Same vs. Same; Same vs. Urey Simp- Tutsdny night are said to be 8,000 wltbln'the' United O. N. Duff, Ozna Shultz, Mar- sition occupied by Mr. Harris at this therefore the state is in October. Mrs. States, commenced tha taking of x a barometer, a sort of goosebono fore- son &c; Same vs. Elbort Murphy; tha Stovenson, Mamie Keown,. Mur-- " point straw vote for President, Wednesday. casting election result to follow thru-o- Same vs. Georgo Hazellp &c; Samo MARRIAGE LICENSES E. A. White, Mrs. rlel Wilson, Mrs. the Country in November. Demo- vs. B. J. Shields; C. W. Reynolds vs. RECENTLY ISSUED Customers who enter She store durT). C. Ferguson, Ira Jones, Frank ROY FOREMAN JOINS ing the few days in which the vote HIGH, SCHOOL FORCE crats can find no crevice through V. B. Curry. Margaret Miller, Cora Thomasson. (lth Day, Sept. 25th. which they may eek out consolation Walter Griffith, Rockport, to May Is to be taken will bo asked to -- tito Kaiio "Tomerlln. Eva Thomasson. tholr preference and by that moth ;d Comth. of Ky., vs. Willis Hicks; Carpenter, Rockport. Prof Roy Foreman, of near town, from tho election of Monday. Swlhort, May Leo and Marj Laura has boen secured as a member of the Flora Howard vs. Ohio County Drug Erna Simpson, Balzetown, to Mln-n- je it is stated that sentiment may bo .'Pendleton. tolerably well define!. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McMurtry will Co. Kesslnger, Balzetown. Hartford High School Faculty. The employment of an additional teacher return today from Owensboro, where The drug store of James II. WilThe following list of citizens havo Arvin U. Curtis, Rockport, to Merle BIRTHDAY DINNER. liams of this place, Is prepared . to in this department has been made they took their tvo children some been sumoned from which the potlt Millor, Rockport Thompson Taylor, Beaver Dam, to take the vte of all those who wlsii., mo Tni Clark was dven a sur-- J necessary by the unusually large cn- - days ago, to havo their tonsils r jury is to be selected: ' to express a choice. moved. Lonne Craddock, Oda Cooksoy, Ray Agnes WilllaniB, Beaver Dam. iprlse birthday dinner, September 12, jrollmont in tho upper branches. ANNUAL INSTITUTE Homer Dodson and Eugeno Mayfleld His by Addption f1 JO. r Kuy-kendo- ll, Addington, Charlie Evorly, Carl M. Mnddox, Robert Wakellng, G. K. Black, W. R. Mosley, Luclen Klmmol, L. W. Reynolds, W. P. Mldklff, Cecil Barnard, Ben H. Boswell, Vig Morton, G. B. Brown, Dyer Davis, Estill Tichenor, Charlfu McKlnley, C. W, Trogden, C. B. Carden, T. C. Dennis, Zlbo Rhodes, Ernie Curtis, Con Mldklff, Forrest Harden, T. L. Ralph. Elbert Carden, E. G. Dodson, S. W. Evans, J. D. Miller, T. L. Ragland, Henry Render, O. T. Coots, Will Lee Fisher, J. E. Miller, Z. Herrell. 50 new case3 have been filed since tho last term of Court. Altogether, there are 143 cases on the equity docket, 43 of which are divorce actions. ce strikes A 'the NEW y. MP H.S. -- ," ro-T-- PccU-en'paug- h. tjum-mln- yes-terda- nr do-sir- 55,000 et o. s gn eu nt M.-Sr- ut N MINERS TURNED DOWN) LABOR WAR EXPECTED Hard Struggle May Result In Wilson's Refusal To Reopen Case. Scranton, Pn Sept. 10 The- - bit- . Wnshlngton( Sept. 10. Immigration Is increasing rapidly with Indications that the pro-wrecord wilt bo equalled this year, according to Anthony Cnmlncttl, commissioner general of Immigration. tho wage controversy on tho demands Ho said today that the rush had of tho anthracite mine workers. become so great at New York as to This was tho prediction mado by make It Impossible for tho ImmigraEnoch Williams leader of tho Insurtion officials, because of insufficient gent miners now on "vacation." The Rest Advertisement. "Men who bavo been remaining at Tho best advertisement any mer force and facllitcs, properly to handlo work have been doing so In tho belief chant can have Is a satisfied custo- those now seeking these shores. Tho situation at Ellis Island 13 vethat tho President would reopen tho mer. No greater recommendation can award of the wage commission." he bo given an article than tho following ry congested and at the time he said said, "and make It possible for tho by E. B, Mllburn, Prop., Guion Drug eight vessels woro anchoied In tho mine workers to bo granted conces- Store, Guion, Ark. "We have sold stream watting to discharge Cough Remedy for sions similar to those won by tho Chamberlain's One of the great problem growing years and havo always found that It bituminous miners. m out of the rapidly increasing Immlgra-Itio- n "The lines are now fairly drawn. gives perfect satisfaction." is the desire of tho new arrivals s Tho mlno worker who continues to to seek the industrial centers, which work under tho award so handed THIS QUESTION have also attracted tho aliens of less down by tho majority members of the CONTAINED A KICK recent arrivals from tho rurnl discommission Is not true to himself, the tricts. In tho ten years preceding union or his family. Thero are more I. One of tho brightest llttlo Incidents the war the farming country claimmen out today In the Scranton dis now trict than ever, and I expect that tho of tho senatorial Investigation of cam- ed more than a majority of the Industry will be tied up In tho paign funds at Chicago was tho ex- comers. wholo This reversal has tended to increase amination of Senator Harry S. New, district by tomorrow or Monday." Mine Work who Is in charge of the Republican tho housing difficulties In New York Officers of tho United 30 Chicago and Philadelphia and has ers of America refused to make any national speakers bureau. Replying comment on tho President's answer, to a Democratic questioner, Senator left the farming sections without the de( tho they were evidently displeased. New said that Prof. John O. Hall, needed labor. Until recently the greater portion employed by the Shipping Board at It Is now likely that the Insurgents went West, having will meet again to act on President Washington,, had applied to him for of the arrivals Hall was recom been headed for Oregon. Lesj than work as a speaker. reWilson's refusal. Their position per cent of those who arrived In garding the award remains unchang- mended as a speaker fitted to address 25 Writing August went far away from tho meltaudiences. Scandinavian ed by tho President's letter and they to Senator New, ing pot on tho Atlantic Coast. from Washington will remain out on "vacation." Despite the fact that tho factories Hall said that his "Democratic orNo effort was made to resume work Lackawanna friends" had offered him $7,500 and in the industrial centers have as much today in Scranton and Valley, and all tho mines with tho ex- expenses, and were willing to give unskilled labor as they need and in him $10, 00b for campaign work and many places more, 75 per cent of th' ception of a few wero Idle. a "good appointment after the cam- alien comers, having heard of the m big wages being paid in the East in Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea paign." Prof. Hall wrote that he Republl- - the shops, factories and mines, did "preferred to work for the .. i Remedy in Mlcligan. employment on the farms Mrs. A. H. Hall, Casevlllo, Mich , can." and ouereu mmseii "on me not look for In tho West. says, "I wish to thank, you for your same terms." While this is a problem that must "Did you bite?" queried Senator grand good medicine, Chamberlain's be met in order to equalize the deColic and DIarrohoea Remedy Wo Pdmoreno,, Democrat, Ohio. "No, but you dld," was Senator mands of the labor world and esstn aro never without it in the house, and pressing qvils of living cond'tlons -I am sure it saved our baby's life this New's reply. "He is now at the the of the Scandinavian Bureau of in Hits east, Commissioner General head summer." said, the Federal Gov--i'- o Mr. Mary Carrington, Casevllle tho Democratic National Committee." Caminotti could that nothing do ant that tJffMft-TitJeminent Mich., says, "I have used ChamberTO E22EI2S2 TffWTGFmmfmm If your child Is pale and sickly oven State laws could not enf rce a Colic and Diarrhoea Itemedy lain's sleep proper distribution, for yoars and It has always given picks at the noso, starts In the sleeping, It prompt relief." m and grinds the teeth while 4 maintaining a nuisanco, and for his GOOD NEWS is a sure sign df worms. A remedy have born dLcoveed on tho BROUGHT bartender on the charge of having wpstorn "'op will be found ir for these parasites tho Cascade moan- RKKUSKS TO WILSON TO KY. FOR FOR FLETCHER'S liquor In his possession. tains by officials of tho water Lu- REOI'KX COXTROVERSV WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It' Commissioner Barmoro dismissed I ( not only clears out the worms, but It mat no unite man. ns far at the cases on the ground that the Louisville, Sept. 11 Encouraging known, had before seen thorn restoros health and cheerfulness is ex-- " Washington, Sept. 10 President agents asked for a drink, wero rofus-e- d reports woro orougnt to Kentucky Plained by per bottlo. Sold by Ohio BLOW AT DRY RAIDERS the fact that thov im m. Wilson, in a telegram today to repre- Price 30c and soarchod the place, seizins this woek by Major Jackson SEEN IX COURT RULIXG m County Drug Cd. st in the center of thn nmi n sentatives of tho anthracite .mlno liquor without a search warrant. . .. 6 rls, of Somersot, aud frtnuoAaau..... 'fnmu ............ sei nsmo oy congrca vuU1touiii workers in Pennsylvania, refused to PRODUCTIOX OF SILVER The commissioner held this was a Charles F. Qgden, of Louisville, on la '1802iraorru, New York, Sept. 10 A decision and closely gmvrdcd in order grant their request to reconvene the AXI) GOLD IS OX DECLINE which lawyers believe may do away violation of the Fourth Amendment to two vital points In the present cam iu protect, rortlaad's wator supply joint scale committed of operators for M. paign. Leroy with trying' defendants under the the Federal Constitution. No ono has been allowed within tho toe purpose or considering a new Washington, Sept. 10 Production Volstead act on information was Ross, United States District Attorney, One of those points is tho reservo oxcept government andicity wage award. of both gold and silver declined lat made today by Judge Garvin In the proposed to bring the men Into the League of Nations. The employees, as protection against The- President declarod that when fire. year, Director of tho Mint Bator an- Federal Court In Brooklyn. United Federal Court on information. other Is the personality of Sona.tor The geological survey which made a a body of men collectively refrained nounced tonight in making Judge Garvin today decided that Warren G. Harding, which Is a sub suney of States Commissioners have dismissed this district somo time ago, from working by mutual understand- revised flguros, which showed the many such cases on the ground of (the Informations could not bo grant ject or interest to every American made no record of theso falls, which ing, however arrived at, It was a roductlon to havo been: Gold, ed because sufficient substantial lack of ovldonce. man and woman. aro said to rival In beauty tho strike, no matter what name was givhad not been adduced. silver $G3,533,GG4. Warrant's woro Issued for the arMajor Morris, who, during the and other famous Oregon en It. A majority of the anthracito ounces, the output totaled 2,91s',62S rest of Harold W. Quarltlus, a saloonpast "fix months, has been in every waterfalls. miners had refrained from work un- of gold and C5.GS2.445 of silver. keeper, Brooklyn, on tho charge of Swellings of tho flesh caused by In- section of the country speaking on the der the guise of taking a vacation, flammation, cold, frac'uros of the Loaguo of Nations, declared that ho SHORT OK BREAD. the President said, and ho told tho bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheu Is ugalnst the League. oarnestness of its efforts to get the "I 'have witnessed the expression matism can bo relieved by applying French buyers nro anxiously committee-- that while he appreciated That Stuff May Go in Ward Politics, but Not Here of public feeling with reference to watching tho Chicago whoat market, Snow Liniment. Ballard's It should men to roturn to work and com- the bo well rubbed In over tho part af- tho League," said tho Major, "when for it Jia doveloped that over fmr mendod Its stand in support of confected. Its great healing and pene- presented in Joint debate, and I do billion pounds of Vroadstuffs chief-l- y tract obligations, but In spite of this trating power eases tho pain, reducos not think that tho Amorlcan public whoat must bo Importodlo met declared his unwillingness to reopen swelling and restores natural condi- would .approve that Instrument as homo consumption. As tho Unltod wage uuestlon. the tions. Price 2Gc, 50c and $1.00 per prosented by tho Prosldont nnd en States has tho largest dlsposablo Workers Disappointed. bottle. Sold by Ohio, County Drug dorsed by the Democratic National quantity for that purpose Franco is WIlkos-BarrPa., Sept, 10 PresiCo. m Committee and urged by tho Demo- naturally planning to got most of dent Wilson's refusal of the request cratic candidate for Prosldont. from hero. Tno control of of tho anthracito mlno workers to "As tho Amorlcan public under- broad and Kralns thh yjar will cost INCOME TAXES TO UE roopen the wage ngreemont signed at PAID IJY .,O0,()O) stands moro and moro the position tho French government nbout Scranton last week with a vlow of Washington, Sept. 10 Moro than taken by Republican Senators and francs, it is estimated. granting tho men a further Increase G, GOO, 000 firms and individuals e aro many Democratic Senators who tried in wages was received with disappaying income tfaxes this year, ac to protect the American government STATIC PAYING TJIBIlt WAY pointment by union loaders and the cording to figures mado public to- nnd its constitution by urging cor-taworkors generally. reservations, they are tho moro night by tho Bureau of Internal ReveIn 31 of tho 48 states of tho Union What action would bo taken was nue. Theso flguros also reveal that inclined to suppprt tho Republican tho rocolpts In 1919 oxeceded s, difficult to forecast, but it is expectpractically 3,000,000 taxpayers havo candldato, who by his recorded vote and tho total' receipts of all ed no further stop will be made until alroady paid their Incomo taxes in in tho Senate and by his recent pub- states exceeded outlays by tho neat tho executive boards of the threo dis lic utterances, has shown his opposi- sum of $34,015,000, acoordlng to tho full. tricts got together In a joint meet Tho bureau's statement shows that tion to a covenant which does not census buroau. About 4R nor cent ing to consider tho President's re 4,900,000 persons are paying Incomo give to America equal representation of tho revenues of tho stato was do fusal. rived from real estato and personal (axes on Incomes of $ 5,000 or loss and ur juuvu io congress us constitution Thomas Kennedy, president of Dis property taxes. Next in order camo that fewer than 600,000 of this num- al power." trict 7, at Hazolton, declined to comCongressman Charles F. Ogden, business taxes, special property taxos ber havo not paid their taxes in full, ment on tho President's action until choosing tho alternative method of who Is a personal frlond of Senator and llcenso taxes. he has seen tho text of tho lcttor. Harding, tho Republican nominee. payment by Installments. Tho union officers signed the returns for incomes in declared that ho was doenlv im Individual agreement becauso thoy had obligatexcess of $5,000 Including thoso indi- pressed with the candidate." ed themselves to do so, but they ac"In my Judgment," said Mr. Og- 112 Millions viduals and firms, numbered 700.000. cepted it undor protest. Approximately' half of this num- den, "be is ono of tho ablest statesThe minors asked a general wage used ber havo paid all income taxes to the men, and ono of tho most profound increase of 27 per cent and tho comGovernment in tho first two tax in- students of public questions In tho to COLDS mission, made up of a minor and stallments, tho bureau figures show. United States Senate. I have obaerv-o- d operator and a representative of tho HILL'S that his Judgment is eagerly Nearly 350,000 corporations havo public, awarded them a general filed income tax returns, but only sought by his colleagues, and his of 17 to 20 per cent. This, the speoches demand the closest atten65,000 havo paid their taxes in full. CASCARAfcMUININI union leaders assert, Is llttlp more Commissioner Williams In the tion from both sides of tho Chamber. than they refused from the operators statement calls attention that the He at onco impresses ono with the last spring. It Is understood thoy OMHt third Installment of incomo and pro-t- it fact that he is a man of depth and want nn additional 15 per cent for taxes Is duo September 16. breadth and vision." Sundtrd coU rtmtdy (or 29 jtut contract miners and $2.00 a day moro m udicc lorm tan, turt, no 4 for mon paid by tho day. ojiic Drum up coia in t WATERFALLS DISCOVERED nour relieves grip in 3 oM. Whon the award bocamo known Money back II it UU. Tbe ttnuine box Has a Kea miners gradually began to leavo tho FOR FLETCHER'S.icp with Mr. liurs Not 40 miles from Portland, Ore., Reproduced bjr permission New York Trlbun., Inc., Copyrlthted 1120. mines until approximately 100000 picture. three waterfalls totaling 450 feet in At Alt Drug Star labor terest and war In tho history of tho United States will result from tho .refusal of President Wilson today to reopen longost-drawn-o- ut wero Idle without any authorization from the union. They maintain they aro not on strlko, but on a "vacation." In Districts 7 and D, where the closed shop virtually exists thero Is almost a 100 por'cont shut down, while In tho first district where tho union is not so woll organized, 75 to 125 nro said to bo In operation with noarly normal forcos. The situation has been complicated by a strlko of nbout 9,000 men of the Pennsylvania Coal Company, who quit work July 19 In protest against the contract system of mining. 'This strike was not authorized and the strikers nrd referred to ns "insurgents" by tho union officials. Union leaders In District 1, it Is asserted, want all men to return to work nnd abide by the new agreement. ALIENS CONGEST BmEEE FACT0RKIT1ES Immigrant Swamp Force At Ellis Island, Rapid Increase col-lor- es Ford Aut P7 tfflM HM ItH 4 vr IWBBM 9r gpF ar It is certainly a pleasure for us to have the privilege to announce that the FORD MOTOR CO., has at last recognized the demands for Ford cars in this section and has doubled our estimate for the new year, commencing August 1st. By Getting Your Order In At Once For a Ford Touring Car, Roadster, Coupe, Sedan or Truck ... you don't have to wait longer than days at the outside. We feel sure liveries now are going to be on short order, and this long waiting will soon be at an end. Be first to get your der in, and we will show you how quick we can make delivery. ..I BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. BEAVER DAM, KY. mBMSKaatiasssff. bmttsi i Children Cry CASTO R J o GOP Mor-.mo- ;lRt iu, 3-- "vi inuch-illscuis- ed - -- $00,-333,10- 0; ovi-den- Mul-tluora- ah o, ln oxpon-dlturo- last year KILL ad-van- co Children Cry CASJJLO.RJA ONE MAN RULE IS FLAYED firmed by tho Sonato, which would mako them officials of tho United Stntes, but parsons selected by the BY LODGE President and rcsponsiblo to him nlonc." tjrfft.!rjti ) grriiim'vniTCTrv m wjnnm:rcvtiM--ixririjTrjixr.irir- n.fnrn9trvL.rv!rir'i i w 5i njmnn; vk-.- rr -- 17 wv-iwim- a m T. x wi i F. .., . .mwm )wrw.tufnvitf'". m surgeons ngrco that In cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the First Treatment Is most Important. When nn efficient antiseptic Is appliNapoleon. ed promptly, thero Is no danger of Infection nnd tho wuond begins to henl nt once. For uso on man or Nnhnnt, Mass., Sept. 11 Senator beast, Borozono Is tho Ideal Antlsop-ti- c and Healing Agent. Buy It now Henry Cabot Lodge today nttacked what ho said was tho effort of Presi- nnd bo ready for an emorgoncy. Prico 25c, GOc, $1.00 and $1.G0. Sold by dent Wilson to make ours a one-ma- n m Ohio County Drug Co. government. Tho President's concep--- tion of govornment, ho said, Is that at tho third Napoleon. Ho charged BELGIANS "TARRED" OIL KOK HUN CABS that tho President has established such a rolgn of terror over many rep. Charlorol, Belgium, Aug. 2 Gerresentatives and senators of his own party that tho legislative powers of many knows now why so ninny of her tho constitution granted to Congress motor cars nnd trucks broko down nlono wero Impaired and distorted. during tho war, because of "defective Senator Lodge, who was addressing whlto metal." Tho secret camo out 4-in- ch nn outing of tho Lynn Republican during a recent meeting of a German a Bolgian foreman In a Club here, said that President WilGoodyear-selecte- d son's autocratic administration af- large automobile factory hero and a fected every part of tho government. British staff officer. Tho British staff officer was takTho Navy nnd War Departments, he Bald, wore marked by "a favoritism ing delivery of a German Mercedes it m In appointment on one hand, and on car thnt was ono of tho lots of surtho other a vindictive- spirit toward rendered wnr material. Ho was drivdeoffclers not liked by the secretaries." ing out of tho great factory at Char-ler- oi that had been used by the GerAs Instances ho gavo tho removal of Oenoral Darnett, who was command- mans during the war as tho center ant of marines during tho war; re- for assembling and repairing army fusal of President Wilson and Secre- vehicles. em-",- , "You won't get far with that car," tary Baker to permit Theodore Roosevelt to rnlso a division of volunteers, smiled the Gorman. "Wo had lots of after Congress gave the necessary au- trouble with them during the war. thority; tho "treatment of General Something went wrong with the white Wood" and tho fact that General Ed- metnl on so many of those war Jobs." Tho Bclglnn laughed. wards, senior brigadier general when "No, tho car Is quite all right," ho leading tho war was declared, after 2Gth Division in aC'uii overseas 13 said. "J liava seen to thnt. Tho trou-bl- o with German vehicles during tho Btlll tho senior, brieadlcr general, and , recently has been deprived of his war wnB that wo Belgians who had to ' Deport- work in German factories had a seccommand of the NorthonU ret agreement to mix a Httlo tar with ment. "One of the leading demands of the lubricating oil whonever wo got the Republican platform and ono of the chance. It Is truo that both' tho whlto metal and oil wero of Inferior grades Issues which Senator Harding h-emphasized is that we during tho war, but It really was tha most strongly V should bring thf government '.nek tar that mado tho trouble. "And because tho white metal and to tin system vaA tlio forir.u uf the constitution which wo hnvo always oil were generally known to bo bad HowGoodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price 30 x 3l Goodyear Double-Cur- e en followed thu-- far ihruout oir history wo wore saved from detection. Fabric, Tread you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly Lodge .d. "We all know ever, on mnny occasions our workSenator casings when such sure protection is available? .f cq 30 x 3V Goodyear Single-Cur- e in a B3''pl v;,lv wnat th,s n,eans aml men wero taken out and fogged on T, 30 x3' sire i"n waterproof bag Fabric, Anti.Skid Tread Z1 50 ropl of tha United suspicion. But the tar trick was never bolla'-U' I dangers discovered." States thoroly appreciate the mm of th system "vblch Mr. Wilson has to substitute for the AUGENTI.VA'.S PRIZE HULL endeavored IS SOLD FOB 03,000 methods of tho constitution. "Mr. Wilson thru his administraBuenos Aires, Sept. 10 The South tion hns steadily sought to absorb tho powers of the legislative branch and American record price fpr pedigreed cattle was broken yesterday when to make our govornment a one-ma- n He has undertaken to tho Hereford bull that won the grand government. Ignore tho great principle laid down championship at the International in tho constitution of Massachusetts Stock show hero was sold for bull was bred In Argentina. that this Is to bo a government of . and not of men. Ho has tried laws n Emestates In the to make it a government by ono TO MOVE ENTII5E & Porter, in Beaver Dam by R. T. CITY MANY MILES JOBLESS NOBLES pire, was recently reduced to snch SWITCHMAN GIVES man." Taylor, Jr., and In McHenry, by S. straits that she applied for a posiThe senator quoted from a passago J. Tichenor. Advertisement. Pocatello, Idaho, Sept. 11 Tho enON HUNGER LIST tion as governess with the family of a In ono of President Wilson's books FACTS TO PUBLIC gov- tire city of American Falls is to be Geneva butcher. as illustrating his conception of CLEAR RUN. several moved, bag and baggage, continued: ernment, and. "What Is your name?" asked the butcher. 'By his acts also Is his conception miles from Its present location. Am The smallpox epidemic is dying Napo- erican Falls is a modern city of sov-or- al Austrians And Hungarians "The Princess Batthyany," she an Was Going Down Hill So out in this vicinity. shown to bo that of tho third Is sit a plebisthousand population and With Titles, In Desperswered. leon, an autocrat elected hy Fast He Became AlarmMr. and Mrs. Pat Hoagland visitIntervening uated not far from hero on tho Ore "Then I can't use you," promptly cite uncontrolled ! any ate Straits. ed ro'aes In Indiana Saturday and ed Lost Forty Pounds Southresponded the butcher. "I advertised legislative or judicial authority. It gon Short Lino nallroad In ' Sunday. ' In Six Weeks. for a governess not a princess. I seoms to mo that it may not bo amiss eastern Idaho. Tho transplanting of E- - Fuqua and wife dined Raf R. tho city is mado necessary In order to should be afraid to trust my children to illustrate this proposition. with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trogdoa Paris, Aug. 24. Tho most poverty to a princess for fear they would a huge reclamation dam on construct Attempted. Kvn-sioFriday.in learn the manners of a station in life stricken, unemployed slto of tho present town. was lmposslblo for Mr. Wilson tho Mrs. Gertrey Funk opened her "The best proof I can gvie that Tan-la- c "It miracle will bo en- tho world today aro Austrian nnd far above their own." This modern was the right medicine for me is school Tuesday, which had been closto secure n League of Nations with- gineered at an early date. Laying out Hungarian noblemen, according to a enAt last reports tho Princess Batthy- he way it has relieved my suffering ed two weeks. out assent of the Senate, hut he ZIta, comlettor wrltton by tho any was In desperate straits and still nd is building me up," said James nnd practically of the now township has been Little Miss Vcrnle Patton, of this, deavored to evado Austria-Hungarto one of her pleted by exports so that tho owners of Sen-at- o without employment. nullify tho rightful power of the 3. Johnson, for ten years a switch-na- n place, visited her grand parents, near present town will former property In tho Hundreds of noblemen from the by attaching to tho treaty of of for the K. & I. Railroad, living at Adaburg, this week. dukes who Princes, princesses-anholdings for property conter of Europe aro hunting work in 1725 Crap St., Louisville, Ky., a few Germany, which every- exchange tholr The protracted meeting will begin peace with city. formerly owned hundreds of miles of similarly situated In tho new Switzerland, Itnly, Germany or Paris, days ago. at tho Clear Run Baptist Church next body desired, tho covenant of tho t This mothod has boon adopted to pre-vo- splendid estates are now vainly seek- or hunting wives in the United States Leaguo of Nations, which ought to "Yes, sir, I was In an awful fix Tuesday night. Tho present Am- ing in Switzerland work which will asserts the empress. speculation. Mrs. Martha J. Jackson, of Harthave been separately considered vlth ray stomach all out of order and erican Falls will bo completely sub- enable them to buy three squaro InMany of tho younger members of my kidneys worrying me day 'and ford, Is visiting her brother, James it bound tho country for an par diem, says tho empress. meals ut- merged when tho dam Is finished. definite future and required the d Princess Batthyany, before the war tho Hapslmrg family Itself aro desti- night. I bad .to be careful about Kirk, near Taffy, this week. Gov. D. W. Davis, of Idaho, rives part of all concorn-'cElvis C, Funk, who is In the govmost caro on tho tho heiress to the most Important tute In Geneva, Berne and other Swiss what I ate and often I was so nauIn American Falls. passcities. Others aro awaiting In its formation and ratification my ernment Sanatorium in Evansvillo, seated I couldn't retain a thing on to ports for the United States and have stomach. I would bloat all up with being treated for ulceration ojt tjio His plan wob Blmplo. Ho aimed coveonly just sufficient money to take sour gas and I had the worst sort of stomach, Is improving. compel tho Senate to ratify tho Mr," and Mrs. J. G. Stowart, tho them thero. nant of tho Loaguo of Nations by fore gnawing pains In my stomach. My Eighty-fou- r upon thorn the alternative of archdukes and arch kidneys bothered me continually and Clear Run morchant, accompanied ing E. Zlta, what little sleep I did manage to get by a few friends, visited relatives and duchesses, writes the holding up tho treaty of peace with means with was so restless I hardly knew I had friends in Indiana the latter part of have not sufficient Germany, which all men desired to to Colonel which to live in ordinary decency ever been, to bed at all. I actually last week, have disposed of at once. recently stated publicly and Tho empress herself Is living practi- fell off forty pounds In six weeks Mr. and Mrs. Joo Blandon House has courso ad cally on tho charity of relatives at time and was going down hill so fast daughter, Miss Elenor.and Mrs. Benthnt If wo had followed the neLucca, Italy. vacated In tho Senate before tho It alarmed me, I tried everything jamin Bartlett, returned to their treaty "Meanwhile," says tho letter, 'Hun- anybody told mo but I got worso in- home In Evansvillo Monday, after ' gotiations begnn and made tho ? once Imgary and Austria, are seething with stead of better and I was about rea- visiting relatives horo for a few days. of peace with Germany at . a. ,,.". .yHr-cJ- . speculators who are obtaining for dy to give up in despair, after tho armistice, it mediately f -- "'-i ready CATTLE GAUGII'J) IN EARTH 1,000 crowns what formerly they railwould have been complete and iHk"ii-BlF- ii m. .flHl "But one day I saw where IB B would havo been glad to buy for road man who was entering alike I RH ratification by Christmas. for Na, -" 10,000." Great cracks in tho earth havo apVBy attaching the League of was had tried Tanlac and was well Rw V lH An American business man known pleased with it, so I began taking It peared In Kiowa county, Kans., which to it tho treaty was delayed in tions not related that ho had and, it gave me the finest of appetite. have attracted tho interest of tho gco- to the Paris until June 28 and did1910 Senate until July 10, discovered Count Elmor Batthyany, Then, the Indigestion left me and I loglsts and scientists. Soma of tho ronch the of Na- -. before tho war tho owner of one of started picking up In woight. And fissures aro half a mile long and 12 fjvr.? j The covenant of tho Leaguo so Kk Mr i""' iTM proved on examination the largest race horse studs in Europe now, in little more than a month's feet deep, and cattle have been found tions and so unpalatable to th and a famouB competitor for tho time I have already gained back fif- engulfed nnd wedged tight botween treaty of Derby and tho Goodwopd Cup, stand- teen pounds of my. lost weight and I th sloping sidos. Tho cracks aro American people that tho ing shivering, his clothes,wot thru, at am still gaining right along. My kidto the hot, dry weather. peace with Germany filed of ratifiSenate m tho end of a long lino of unfortunates neys don't bother mo any more and cation, altho a majority of tho reservations, A VERY SAFE BET. before a soup kitchen in Budapestb. tribd to ratify it with a top all night long I can sleep like accepted. The American succored the count and am feeling fine. The way Tanlac ond has not yet been TheOn tho same day that sixty members of the Hardlng-Coolldgalso adopted tho gave him employmont. Bacon Thoy say when a man's "Mr Wilson has has built me up is nothing short of atrical League Journeyed from New York to Marlon to greet Senator and direc' ears aro red that someone is talking . autocratic method in another rela-tioIlardlng, Charles E. Hughes dropped off the train at the now famous Ohio remarkable," . on his town to visit the Republican nominee for President. Al. Jolson, president tion. He has carried Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. about him." foreign nations and bis neleague, Immediately elected Mr. Hughes a member, and together Egbert "Yes, and he can JusUbet with of the L. B. Bean, la Horse Branch by Ola-to- n thru personal they pluyed an Important part In the day's program. Here we see Senator FOR FLETCHER'S gotiations- largely Bockport by James that someono is talking about him It Drug Co., In bold an Harding, Eugene O'Brien, motion picture star, and Mr. Hughes. agents, thru men who did not I Browning, In 'Cromwell by "Wallace bis noso is red. bad been con- oHice in which they, Wilson's Idea Of Government That of Third Goodyear Tires for Small Cars Are' Popular Because Economical i There is nothing hut disappointment in buying cheaply made tires that are announced as wonderful bargains at a few dollars each, and then fail after brief terms of service Get exceptional mileage at exceeding ly low cost in Goodyear Tires, of the sizes, 30x3, 30x3- and 31 x materials built of and with Goodyear skill and care. IT Due to their precise manufacture in the world's largest tire factory voted to these sizes, their quality is most economically produced and QW Mil Jit SI &! ployed If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service j? tnererore most economically s ts r MfciyL er Station for Goodyear Tires; ride farther and fare better, Wi -- at? tl ho Austro-Hungaria- - rs y, ladles-In-waltln- g. nt so Charles Hughes Joins Actors Harding In Paying Tribute lWwvi tiHE,lw wlHLjKHPit' tiH. ?Brk' 19r dl1tinl lKfi&PHMff -- llrA.i pipWKr hk fEVI3lr dan-goro- HL e Children Cry C A S.X.O. R A The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD riUNTIXO COMPANY Incorporated AV. in tho sum of $40.00. Ho furlrer dlvorco and fewer actions will bo gavo them to understand 'that' their Entered nccordlng to law at the .Jobs dopendod upon their contribut Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uall ing. The testimony shows that LOUISVILLE MARKETS. natter of tho second class. some of tho women gavo checks datof their lack nf Cattle Actlvo outlot for tho good to ed nhead, because Address all communications fu'nds Avith which to meet the de quality feeders and stocker cattlo at JThe Hartford Republican. mands nt the time made. Senator good strong prices; medium and com Reed, ono of tho Democratic members mon kinds plentiful and slow sale a notice to subscribers of the committee, went so far as to low rates. Common stockers badly Subscribers desiring tho paper sent brand the mulcting of funds from the neglected. Prime heavy steers $.2 fo a new address must give tbe old ten or twelve girl workers and clerks hddress In making tho request. 13.50; heavy shipping steers $11 Duslness Locals and Notices 10c as infamous. If Federal employes per line, and 8c per line tor each ad throughout tho United States are to 50Q12; medium stcors $1001150; light steers 49 10; fat heifers $6 5" ditional Insertion. 10.50; fat cows $710.50; mo Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards be assessed and penalized for Demoof Thanks, lc per, word, and 6c for cratic campaign funds as these glr's, dlum cows $5 7; cutters $4 5; each bead lino anujslgnautro, money In proportion to salary received, how canners $3.o04; bulls $4.75"; &7m- In advance. many millions Is tho extracting pro- feeders $710; stockers $5.5009; Church NRIoftfor services tree, but other advt! tladmonts, lc por cess supposed to mass? Verily ,the choice milch cows $S095; medium word. Cox and Democratic way seems to bo common $4060. Anonymous P "tnuslcatlons will that of peddling Government Jobs, $60S0; Calves Prices 50c higher. Actld receive ho atteio thoJBrv bartering prospects of appointment to demand for best veals at $16.50 down places under Democratic politicians in medium to good $10 15; commoi w' TEWre now offices which aro supposed to be run $5 6. . 69 Farmers MutOp who".' for and by the people, for contribu Hogs Prices advanced 2Gc on all .123 Cumberland awan- itions to the party's Campaign treas grades with a keen demand for the m rlty While swinging thu best porkers from all sources. Best ure chest. .SEPTEMBER X', bloody cudgel over tho heads of help- hogs 250 pountts and up FRIDAY $16; 165 to less men and women who barely re- 250 pounds $17.50; 120 to 165 lb., ceive enough for subsistence from $17; pigs REPUBLICAN 'TICKET. tho positions they occupy, Governor 90 pounds 90 to 120 pounds $12.75; down $11.25; throwouts Cox draws his holy skirts about his $12.50 down. undeflled person and charges, charges Sheep and Lambs Market general incessantly, that tho awful Repub- ly steady with a brisk demand for the tolicans are endeavoring to buy tin best offerings nt prevailing rates 1 Democrats out of office. In this Best lambs $10 13, according to particular case the beam is a butt weight and quality; seconds $7S; cut, sufficient in sizo to make a culls '$33.50. Best sheep $6 down; wagon load of those things tho para- bucks $4 down. ble in tho good book speaks of. Produce. C. Local produce dealers quote buy On another page of this Issue, in ing prices as follows net to shipper Ohio County Republican Executive Committee. tho article "Circuit. Court etc.," an tho shipper paying freight and dray- age charges: appalling fact may Bo discovered by EGGS Candlod 31 35c dozen. a little study of the cases to come be ferent that is, ins It sounds to us, in the minstrel BUTTER Country 33 35c lb. fore the Court commencing with Mon STRAY STREAKS .show, Bomo 30 feet from our open POULTRY Hens 24 27c lb ; day. Upon the Equity docket there Ernest BIrkhead says when light- - window, across tho nlley, It is mighty For President is to be found 143 actions, 43 of spring chickens small 30 33c lb ; ning strikes something close up to a hard to got our clutch to tako uoM (By Fluke McFluko.) WARREN G. HARDING. s which aro cases between man and Id roosters'l214c lb.; young ducks' sinner it's a strange thing about how and if tho clutch would hold tho For Vice President wife, n number of whom have resided 25c lb.; turkeys No. 1 3035c Ib.r said sinner's mind conjures ur'nltlon don't seems to function. Then CALVIN COOLIDGE. together for years and years, haJng gepse 10 15 cents lb.; guineas 30 and brings into view tho many mean 'when wo did got things to going a bit For U. S. Senator Too Much Doing. reared families, at least somo have. 35 cqnts apiece. flings ho has done, misdeeds perform- - the whole blame thing suddenly RICHARD P. ERNST. With a ball game each day, the Tho spectacle of slightly more than ed, and lots of good deeds he had a skidded as the Black orchestra struck For. Congress fair, teachers' Institute, and tho old thirty per cent of all litigation now STOCK FOR SALE. chance to do, but didn't. up the strains of Yankeo-doodlor JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. 'upon town full of pretty girls how in tarour equity docket being divorce maybo it was God Save tho King, evproceedings is almost enough to pre One registered polled cltirham bull. nation Is a fellow expected to stick Uncle Joe Thomasson ays while erything sounded about alike. Wo Tom Watson, who won the Demo- vent marriage and to causo 'cupid" 2 extra good, polled durham cows and to his work close enough to get up In tnwn nnn dnu tVilo ia1 e ni got things righted and started going L cratic nomination for United States to hang his head in shame and de- calves, 1 Jersey cow, 1 mare 6 years stuff for a paper, even though he bo .proached by a small boy wearing long ngaln when anywhere from 9 to 17 a half century of ago? Senator, in Georgia, did so on an out spair. Doubtless one or both of e .eh old good stock, priced right hair, who qulzlcally gazed upon his started hollering, all at tho same thn E. P. BARNARD. and out platform pt unreserved, op- of tho parties, participants in the 43 alfalfa bedecked chin and Joles for but not In tho same tono of voice, no; The average fellow don't So much a spell and then asked if ho was an not by n long shot, (somebody said Route 2, Hartford. position to the League of Nations In proceedings to have their marriage Ilt4p e mind crawling out of bed morning Israelite too any form. Yet there are a lot of rites annulled, feel that they aro lethey were singing) then It was to find what ltttls loose chango he Democrats who tell us that the whole gally and perhaps morally Justified ROSIXE. 'Notlier Streak. up In disgust and started for th had had disappeared over night, but country is highly in favor of the Wil- In their contentions. Whether that With 6 or S Blackfaces blowing church, to ioln our wlfo. who wnn at son plan. The Louisville Times says bo true or otherwise, detracts not a Mr. Nute Daugherty is still very It makes him as mad as tho dickens about 15 different sorts of horns in Prayer-mootin- g with Mrs. Ernes: to find his pockets .Ml I 'tones and koys ranging all tho way Birkhead Watson's victory is a blow to the bit from the social hprror of the poorly. and two or threo othsr says it in whole business. Men and women Party, The Courier-Journnuuiuu u ue so uau u mey wero ut.- - (irom low Do to away up to high P, plcus women Tho mysterious healer Is no to the shame of Georgia. And in on" ought always to make the most su- mystery. n opinion, the Party is due to receive preme sacrifice to spend their days Miss Donnie Farris Is visiting rela another blow about November 2. One on earth together, when once Joined tives in Butler County. ISHCT rule from in what is usually termed "holy that will shake n one-ma- n Mr. Combs has also sold one house bonds of wedlock" that is, the term is and the Whltehouse for yeais to come. lot to Mr. Ollie Petty. so applied around the days of mar Mrs. Nancy Keown and Miss A'ma Navy Daniels, who riage, but alas, It would appear that Secretary of the Simpson visited at Croniwdll. last stumped Maine from end to end, too many sooner or later lose sigh week. making the League of Nations the of all that was, formerly regarded as Mr. Dewey Alford has resumed his sole issue, sajs the enormous major! holy and bend 'their efforts to discovwork as flagman on tho I. C. R. R ty given the Republicans does not er a rift wherein they may thrust a Mr. Blllie Autry has purchased We admire his petition and plea for separation and mean anjthlng property from Mr. William Corabs,' In judgment in that decision, or rathrr divorce, a great number of them to we admire his nervo in making the repeat the proceedings at tho first Roslnc. Mr. Harry Crumes is building a No man announcement. A few days ago opportunity. or woman new bouse and will soon have it not, neither are they expected should though, it did mean much. And completed. TRADE MARK certainly means that tho Secretary of to, spend their days with an utterlv Dr. Rains is very sick, but is tho Navy rendered but little good to unfaithful wife or husband, and, If hought to be some better than he was When Henry Ford set about building tho Fordson tractor ho had the waning cause of Wilson's League, tho dissatisfied married people would a last week. thorough understanding of Just what it should bo and what It should do. one-haas hard to please each while taking time off to nuke parti- strive Mr. Luther Johnson is moving to His early life on tho farm gave him deep insight into' the daily life san appeals for his Chief's pet mea- other, to llvo together in comparative of tho having sold his farm to Ben-ni- e farmers; his mechanical genius saw the type of tractor neoded. Ho began, sure. It the remainder of the Coun- happiness, at least In moderato peace, Roslne, Johnson. thirty-fiv- e work on a farm tractor years ago, and for moro than twelve try votes anything llko Maine did In as they do to find some causo for Mr. Harry Hoover and wife from years he experimented over moro than 7,000 acres of land In Monday's election, on Nov. 2, only which they can securo dlvorco, fewer differont kinds City, visited Mrs. E. T. Long osoil, with differont crops. tho solid portion of the solid South of these bllghtning episodes that dally Central . So ho built the Fordson. It is so simple that a schoolboy can oporato mar our social life would be aired in and mother, Sunday. may bo reported as Democratic. Mr. Lafo Embry's mother and sisit. It is low in first cost. It Is lowest in operating cost ahd Court and before the world. When Fordson parts aro visiting him. They will pro and Fordson service are always to be bad promptly from the dealer. Democratic Spellbinders and news- people get married and the rural ter bnbly spend tho winter with him. The Fordson is a profitable Investment. papers both abroad and at home try weekly editor falls to mako local It can bo uted every working Four day In the year. It Is an inexpensive power plant that will lighten to make political capital out of the and prominent mention of tho fact tending toachers from Rosine are at your tho Institute this week: Miss farm work. It has proven Its worth on more than ono hundred thousand fact that tho National Congress, and he ft dragged over the coals by some Simpson, Mr. Lafo Embry, Miss farms not only in operating implements in the fields but in belt and pulloy the Kentucky Republican administra- member of tho family of th,e "nowlv Alma Crowder, and Miss Leona Loretta work. And it doesn't eat when idle. tion has not reduced the burdens of weds" for his failure to chronloe Don't delay ordering your Fordson tractor. Tho demand is greater go'i- taxation. Is one expected to knock a tho event, nn event of From all appearances tho people than the supply. Iiomerun the first time up? How, in 'oral interest to all patrons of tho pa wed tho name of common sense and de- per. Then, when tho tired and dis- here aro expecting to hear of a ono, ding In a few days. Not only cency, are the debts left by the Demo- satisfied married man or woman "' girls aro so busy cratic regime to be disposed of, would elects to carry his or her real or but three, for tho with their hope chests. Guess who? you have your successors repudiate imaginary troubles to the Court, in jjxBmtr.ivziftt m them? That seems to be a regular an attempt to securo divorce (and to NOTICE. rule of the Untenlfled, to create an tho shame of us all they most always 15HWjr:A-WV";'1'-lmmonse public debt, and then rido succeed) these same parties never Mftrftf. feJMT Notice Is hereby given that Bishop 4 4H their successors for failure to reduce want tho paper to mention the matter ov taxation. With tho same tax rate whatever. Wo havo been waited up- Coal Co., a partnership, will take u StA as&s? you ran the State Institutions and left on time and again, occasionally ap- er on tho first day of September, 1920 assets and good will ot d tho business, n big debt, and by jist what and how plicants for divorce indignantly tuWS '. la that we say a word about tbo tho Bishop Coal Company, Incorpodo you figure that tho next in succession can pay both running expenses matter, holding it to be their own pri rated, and will continuo tho business respect and wipe out tho legacy you so kindly vate business, thelr's alone. Thoso tho samo as heretofore In all provided for, thousands upon top of who would keep it nn absolute secret under the firm namo ot JJlsbop Coal thousands in tho State and billion from tho world at least display somo Co. Notice is hereby given that tho and billions In tho Nation, In the way Iprrlo In wishing to lit'lo in a ir.or.nure of debts. The question of chief In ' the stigma of having It mado pub'lc Bishop Coal Company, a corporation, torest, ono in which wo all are most Sometimes they are deserving of pro- - will be dissolved by consent of the of concerned is, Is what is done with tho locuon, most generally tney aro not owners of moro than Individual ensos have come un'ler the tho capital stock issued by said corpo BEAVER DAM, KY. tax money collected from tho people. writor's observation where 't appear- ration, on the 1st day of Septem 1h it spent for denim cloth or someed that one of tbe pprtls to divorce ber, 1920, and Oscar Bishop is directthing else? proceedings was almost, if not whol- ed to settle up the affairs and busiSenate Committee investigat- ly blimelcss, but tbo thing to be ness of said corporation, immediately, Tho This August 24th, 1920. Ilt4 ing campaign contributions and Co:.j fought for la a condilion of blameless OSCAR BISHOP, Pros. charge that Republicans wero trying action by both parties, then, and taen O. M. BISHOP, Sec'y. to purchase tbo Presidency, In tho only will divorce proceedings all but S. TIXSLEV, Editor mid Business Maunder. hearing Saturday, disclosed the fact that Democratic fund diggers called nil of the girl employes of llio Aberdeen, S. D., internal rovenuo offtco to meet him in n hotel of that place, after having written each, and in a speech informed them that they had i boen asejsed lor campaign expenses. disappear from court dockets. Courta perhaps can not make pcoplo llvo together, but they can and should mako the securing of divorce awfully hard. Tighten the reins, mako divorce decrees upon tho Order Books scattering and hard to find. Lot only rreat stigma be atached as Just cause for REPUBLICAN SPEAKING Member of Congress from Kansas, will address the voters of Ohio county at PHILLIP P. CAMPBELL J.&L HARTFORD, KY. Monday, Sept. 20 Chairman o'clock p. m., on the issues of the times most vital Americans and Americanism. - W. S. TINSLEY, 0. HUNTER, Secretary j Ig-fa- st e, J we-gav- ! n. al c I 1 Fordson -- lf yBX1. W I mmmmkmJKw in3?m &&. IWafcffiftztffiff aaaSSB 3 mTm'mlfWKmMffwmi 3sSMas$2SS53fi foi-bl- two-thir- BEAVER DAM AUTOMOBILE CO. i -- n nn'"wiir jw.Pfcr FALL MILLINERY Our 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. . 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 SWEATERS They are here, and beauties; too. JYou will need one for thesecool evenings. 'Alls the. leading styles and fall shades. Mrs. James Hancock and little son, J. 1)., of Leltclifleld', arrived here yesterday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. John of Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Finis Wallncc, Akron, Ohio, arrived hero a fow days ngo to spend soma ten days with relaRov L D. Hnrrcll, of Cnnoyville. will fill his nionthly appointment at tives hero and In tho county. Uculah Church, Saturday night, Sept. Women arespcclally Invited to ,33th, and Sunday morning, at 11 n. m. tho speaking at this plaqe, Monday. Issues that touch thp heart and, You havo been thinking about n Separator, now is the tlmo to buy. homo of overyono will bo discussed. You Have 'disposed of your calves and Let us furnish you tho Hot Blast you are not so busy in your crbps.Re-mombCoal Heater that will hfilil heat 48 that tho Sharpies Is the onho lira on ono flro. This Is a suro ly Separator thnt sHIms clean at any way to rcduco your coal bill. speed and has only 3 working parts ACTON BROS. . to clean compared to tho basket full of Tinware of other makes. Thoy Tho best placo to get Iron Beds, cost more than some other makes beDressers, cause they ar.o worth more. You Bed Springs, Mattresses, Dining Tubles, Davenetts, Rugs and don't want a make-shimachine for Floor coverings Is at ACTON BROS, mly a year or two. A separator la supposed to last a life time, and a SharHartford, Ky. pies will do so. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, Miss Esther, returned Wednesday, WINintEI) PATE ASHBY from a four week's visit with friends and relatives In Owensboro, Hender Winifred Pate, tho six year old son son and other points. pf Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ashby, died at At last wo havo succeeded In get the home of his parents, at New Casting a limited number of Boss Twin- - tle, Ind., Sunday, September 12th, Lift Oil Stoves. Come in and look after a short Illness of flux. Burial of the remains occurred on the day them over. following at New Castle. WILLIAMS & DUKE. at-toft Mr. 0. B. Jones, of Taylor Mines, was n visitor at this offlco Monday. J2E2WJ my i .. er uw iPSskP t M'tai if i$m$W m Mil m -- i ft ....j... ' Vyy fSJ-:".- :-- Our Fall Coats and Coat Suits Embody Superior Style, Quality and Finish We are showing a satisfactory variety of these suits in the best materials. These garments are all made by one of the best known suit concerns and can 1 be depended on for the correctness of style in every aetan. Workmanship and finish is of the highest grade and materials are the latest weaves which are especially suitable for garments of this design. The coats come in the lengths approved by fash- 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 com-- , ing to us. Good in style; correct in price. Let us show you. 3$$&&(9Q ' The Hartford Republican .SEPTEMBER 17 rooms for 9tf Rent. MRS. MINNIE W. LEE. FRIDAY. BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ., PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Timothy and Ryo seed at ACTON BBOS. See U3 Mn a" F- - Cun,m,n8' o ... .H.kW.M ;WMIWH;i Dundee, for your Syrup Palls. ACTON BBOS. WANTED Tie Hockors, will nish living quarters. Apply to HAROLD HOLBROOK, 3tf Hartford, Ky. fur- Miss Lourono Collins, of Greenville). R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was in wm come up today t0 Bpon(1 the week town yesterday. jond wItn nor family and attend the 4i Wo pay cash overy day for eggs and poultry. W.B. ELLIS & BRO. 'fair. . , AQ Court who wasconfined to his room for a , , Mrs. Henry Bean sustalned-- a badly f d bl . b d sprained arm in a fall, last week. aKain I All kinds of rough lumber for sale. Morton Bean, of Akron, O., arrivSee HAROLD HOLBROOK, ed hero last Saturday for a two Hartford, Ky. weeks' visit with relatives vand 7tf friends. Don't fall to hear Congressman! Campbell, nt the Court House MonMr. and Mrs. Noah L. Rowo of Akday. ron, 0 arrived here yesterday to spend two woeks with friends and relAttorney Otto C. Martin was In atives. Louisvllla Monday and Tuesday, on Mr. J. Q. Owon, of Llvermoro, Is business. spondlng tho week here, playing ball We can furnish you with dark with the homo team, when it has not beon raining. bluo prints la bundles. CARSON & CO. Mrs. J. Walter Greep, of TuscalooMyler, of Loaisvlllo, was sa, Ala., is spending two weeks with Miss Idyl guest of Judgo and Mrp. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Bartho week-ennard, of Route 2. j. a. uienn. d. K Mrs. S. J .TIchenor, of McIIenry, atMr. J. I. Goodman, of the Herald, guest of his" family tended the burial of her nephew, litweok-on- d was tho tle Winifred Pate Ashby, at New in Owensboro. Ind., Monday. , Castle, in FOR SALE High grado piano, Dr. C R. Bonnett, of McIIonry left good condition. See it at tho store yesterday for Chicago, 111,, whero ho of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. g'ocs to take a six week's postgradupediatrics, Mrs. Minnie W. Lee spont last wenk ate courso of Mr t end in Owensboro, Misses Gladys and Gcla Benmt' and Mrs. A B Wedding. will return the last of this week from thoy have been Northorn Ryo, Timothy, Red Top, Owonsboro, where best on the tho guests of relatives. and Clover Seeds. Tho W. E. ELLIS & BRO. market, Elijah Thomas left Tuesday for and Mrs. A. D. KlrTc returned Lebanon, Tenn., to resumo his studies Mr. Wodnoeday from Louisville, where In the Military School at that place. This is Mr. Thomas' s icond year. thoy had been since last Friday. I the-gues- if. Miss Lefta Glenn, of the Central For Cook Stoves, Ranges and Cook- saving go to City High School, will arrivo hero to lne Utinslls at a money with hor &aY to spend tho week-en- d ACTON BROS, ' Ky. 'parents, Judge and MrB. J. S. Glenn. , Hartford, rj t DUKEHURST. James Tate,' who has been with a Coal Company In West Virginia, for Mr. Ernest Bonnett arid family several months, has returned here, have moved to Terre Haute, Indiana and resumed his former position with spent the week-en- d with her sister. County Clerk Blankensblp. Miss Addie Westerfield, of Dundee. Mrs. Ilomney Helton. Mr. Joo T. Miller has purchased Charlie Bishop has been ill. the F. L. Felix residence property on Messrs. W. K. and J. B. Hardin Mr. W. II. Baize and Walnut Street. and Alvah Wade of McHenry, were family, who now occupy tho residence here Monday, on business. will take rooms with Mrs. Lee. Mr. Elvis Funk, who has been In a hospital in Evansvillc, for tho past Campbell, a mom-hHon. Phillip P. few months, Is spending a few day of Congress from Kansas, will ad with relatives at Clear Run. Ohio County at the dress tho voters of A revival began at Clea. Run TuesCourt House Monday, Don't miss it, day, conducted by tho pastor, Rev. your politics may be. Whatever Maddox, assisted by Rev. Brandenburg, of Fordsville. Miss Clarlco Ward, after spending Mr. Clarence Howard and family, about two months with her parents, G. R. Hlckey and family, J. W. Carter Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Ward, of Nocreek, and son, Wilbur, Raymond Vance, ha3 returned to Detroit, Mich., where Allen Carter and Barnett Sullenger she Is employed in the Postofflce. were among those attending the Owensboro Fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Daniel and little son, after spending somo tlm LIVIA, ROUTE 2. with relatives in this and the Beaver Many from hero attended the Dam communities, returned last week fa'lr last Wt'ok ond to their homo In Akron, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Hawkins, of Hartford, spent from Saturday un 11 Bill Reed Hurt, charged with se- Monday with relative at thl place duction, was arrested in Owensboro, Mesdames James and Frank May-fiel- d yesterday and brought to Hartford spent Saturday with Mrs. Jesss by tho Sheriff of Daviess County, un- Clark. der warrant issues by the Ohio CounMr. Robert Mosley, who has been ty Court. very 111 since the Birthday dinner, given at his homo Aug 23, 13 some Mr. E. Y. Park, of Central City, bettor at this tlni spont tho week end here with relaMr Walter Blair spent Sund.iv in tives. Mr. Park, together with hU LoulhvtKo. Mr. Joo Evans and Ellis Stewait sister, Mrs, J. B. Tappan, went to L. Louisville, Monday, to attend the spent '.'unday with Mr. and Mrs Fr"nch state fair. Misses Ethel RMiason and Ora Tho L. & N. has pulled tho freight Belln Vhomasson ami Messrs. C.ydt service recently Installed on tho M Baird rr.d Hanniwal; Bennett, ot tho H. & E. branch, as the striko si tho Shinkle Chapel country, spent Saturminers has made the business; for day night with Mr. and Mrs. Walter which the service was Instituted, un- Blair. necessary. CEXTERTOWN. Jno. Bell, of Hartford, 'was In Mr. J. W. O'bannon, who has beeo Tuesday. with the Cumberland Telephone Co, town last Miss Dimple Mason, of Rockport, for sevornl years and recently locat visiting friends hero thjs week. ed at Russellville, has accepted a po- Is E. M- - Morton was in Bowling Green sition with the L. & N. R. R. Cq in a few days last week, on business. the supply department. Alvln Rowe attended tho Bankers' meeting In Louisville last week. Mrs. George T. TInsley, of, SimRobertRowe and wife, of Drakes-bormons, who underwent three major visited relatives hero Satur operations at St. Anthony's Hospital, day and Sunday. Louisville, on the 19th of August, Mrs. Laura Crowder, of Owonsbo has sufficiently improved, to return ro, Is visiting hor parents, Mr. and to her home and is rapidly recovering. Mrs. A. B. Rowe and family. E. E. Rhoads, of Bevier, spent a Ohio County should feel honored In few days here the first of the week, having Congressman Campbell in hei with relatives and friends. midst. Ho is a man of reputation Tho nieetlng at tho M. E. Church not only an orator but a man of nt this place, is progressing nicely. thought. Hear him at tho Court Bro. Gunn, of Lewlsburg, la dolnc House, 1 o'clock, P. M Monday next, somo fine preaching. Loon Bishop and wife, of Oil City, We havo a few pieces of furniture Pa., are spending a few days here, In our houso that are bargains. This with their parents, O. M. Bishop and furniture was bought 15 months back family. and since then has advanced In price Dr. Ernest Smith and wife, Medipvor 100 per cent. We are placing cal Missionaries In Africa, are visitthis furnlturo at the old prcles. ing their uncle and aunt, T. H. BenWILLIAMS & DUKE. ton and Mrs. Benton, this week. Prof. J. E. Lawrence and Mrs. E NOTICE I am agent for an Old C. Calvert and Misses Margaretta Line Insurance Company that covers Bonton and Ida Matthews are attend loss'by flro, lightning and tornadoes. ing the Instituto at Hartford this I can glvo you first class servjee on week. o I . elthor farm or town property. represent a high class, old line UUEUTY BOND PRICES t life Insurance company. 90.00 R. R. RILEY, ' Liberty 3VaS ,...85.70 Hartford, Ky. Liberty 1st 4s lOtf 84.60 Liberty 2d 4s 85.80 Do you havo trouble with the wicks Liberty 1st 4 Us ...84.91 of your oil stove sticking and bang- Liberty 2d 4V4s 88.4? ing? Yes, wo all do, but the Boss Liberty 3d 85.10 Twin-Li- ft won't, for It Is so arrange Liberty 4th 44s 95.42 that It can't stick. It pushes the Victory .'..95.44 wick up from the bottom on two sides Victory 4 The above quotations do. not In instead of one small cog wheel from ono side. This stove burns 99.06 clude interest which is added from per cent air to .34 per cent oil. For dale of previous coupon payment to ' WILLIAMS & DUKE. date of sale sale by er ro o, nl-s- ion experts. Trimmed appropriately in the best manner. They are thoroughly serviceable and fashionable garments. You will be well pleased with one nobby values. of-thes- e Suits, $20.00 to $65.00 Coats, $10.00 Up. Carson STATE SUPT.COLVIN MAKES ADDRESS HERE L Hartford, Kentucky. Co. sister, Mrs. John Wright, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leamon B,urton visited Mrs. Burton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Myers, Sunday. Presents Diplomns To Common School Miss Moflno Alford, of Roslno, Graduates 05 of 158 In visited Miss Willie Bell Edwards SatCounty arc Present. urday and Sunday. George M. Colvln, State Supt. of Public Instruction delivered an address here yesterday and presented diplomas to the Common School Grad uates, as a part of the Instituto program for that date. Ohio County graduated 158 from the common schools last year and from 65 to 70 ot those were present at' the exercises yesterday. Supt. Colvln took for his theme "Sel.I That Thou Hast' and for an hour or more held his audience ot youth, middle and old age In wrapt attention, such attention as pays the highest tribute to public speakers Nothing more forceably could bo said or done to indicate tho largo audience's appreciation of the address and It Prof. Colvln is himself half human, he must feel a bit pleased at the manner in which his address was received. DR. WILLLAM FOSTER. Dr. and Mrs. William Foster and three children, of Princeton, N. J., Dr. A. C. Foster, of Owonsboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Joo Foster, of Sturgls, aro visiting Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett and Mc Isaac Foster and family, here, and other relatives in Beaver Dam. m CHIROPRACTIC! Chiropractic spinal adjustment will remove the cause of your disease. DR. J. S. BEAN Chiropractor. HARTFORD, ICY. W .F. Acton's 12 to 2 P. M. Residence Monday, Wednesday and Friday. DENTAL NOTICE. Now is tho time to have your Den-- al work attended to. Winter Is coming wlth-rai- n and snow which make3 old teoth acho and abscess. Abscessed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" are danger ous, you aro continually swallowing this deadly poisoned pus. Each nouthful of food carries this infection into tho stomach. It Lowers vitality which Invites cancer ,of the mouth, throat and stomach, DiphPneumonia, theria, Tuberculosis, Influenza, Typhoid, Drlghts Disease, Ihoumatlsm, Arfoemla and even death frequently results from continually swallowing pus. A mouth containing decayed teoth s a poisonous laboratory, which sends a host o( bacteria Into the olementary tract. They multiply rapidly thus gain access to tho lymphatic system and aro carried to the distant organs. Soft spongy and bleeding gums glvo warning of approaching abscesses. Lady Attendant. Yours respectfully, DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky Ofico opens 8:30 a. m closes 4 p. m., promptly. Senator Beckham's record in Con- gress doubtless Is "an. open book to tho voting men and women of Kentucky, but they can bank on one thing; The Senator won't trouble y himself to do tho opening. FAIR VIEW. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Acton visited Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Daniel, Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ashford, ot McHenry, visited their parents, Mr, and Mrs. E, W. Wright, and Mrs. Thena Ashford, Sunday and Monday Mr. John Camp, of Evansvlllo, Ind. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Stogncr, Sunday. Miss Ethel Stogner was the guest of Mr, and Mrs James Stogner, ct Llvormore a fow days last week. Mrs. Esslo Tucker and children, and Mrs. Drule Griffin visited their uncle, Mrs. E. W. Wright, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith, of Louh-vlltwas tho guest ot Mrs. Smlth'j o, INSURE Your Property With the National Union Fire 48 3s Insurance Co. Baize Bros., Ageits Hartford, Ky. f I i - f 4 jgjHpBW4npHp f Yes Sir-eiH r: mmMm jKBSaBmMm We made this H iHN e! ciga- -' pandwlches, or n pot of cream choeso with bread nntl butter sandwiches, peanut sandwiches, fruit nnd cake; d eggs, crisp baking-powdbiscuits, celery or radishes, brown sugar or maplo sugar sandwiches; bottle of milk thin corn bread nnd butter, dates, npplc, raisin or nut bread with butter, cheese, orange, maplo sugar; bnkeif bean and lettuce sandwiches, npplo sauce, sweet hard-boileer DIRECTORY Judge CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Oweniboro. C. E. Smith, Uart-forCom'tli. Attorney d. k ii. mellow-mildness rette to meet your taste! flPwHpVBflHIHM ! HHBkk MhBHBI m flI J . Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund C&l P. Koown, HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnno?.. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonoe. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslncer. Marshal Grant Pollard. i :;; ' Hartford. IJvcn Wright, Kcn Quality. In certain sections of the country the practlco of "stuffing" a barrel, a box, or n bag with under-slz- o and specimens of fruits and vegetables Is common. Hut no longer does this fool any one, say marketing experts of tho Bureau of aiarkets, United States Department of Agriculture, for tho buyers glvo slight consideration to tho top of packages offered by theso growers. Tho grower who Is scrupulously honest, filling his packages with equal quality fruit or vegetables throughout, finds a ready market for his produce. Tho buyers know precisoly what to expect, and can always rely upon him. Much soil fertility Is lost every winter by soil washing or erosion Put a stop to it by keeping the hilly lands In sod, planting a cover crop, providing underdralnagc, filling the gullies with brush, etc. SUCKEKS ENRICH FAltMKIlS 1st Monday in March II dys .aIHIH. 1 aflat m po 'll IBIH Hi fti Si dc- - Tw ML v.1 CAMELS have 3bhbhbhbhbhbbbbbb HfirMTW if7 IJnj II' -. BHHHjU ujBHhBHBhBoBhH and a flavor as refreshing as it is new. Camels quality and Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. Camels blend never tires your taste. And, Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I What Camels quality and expert blend can mean to your satisfaction you should find out at once! It will prove our say-s- o when t Farmers around Drydcn, In Ontario county, are reaping a harvest from their enormous potato crops One man raised over 1,000 bushels to the acre and 800 bushels is nothing unusual in that vicinity. The reason for the phenomenal fields is the practice there of burying n sucker In each hill of potatoes. Millions of sucktrs infest Lake Wabigoon, which is near Dryden, nnd the farmers etitch them and use them for fertilizing pur poses. A negro who had an Injured head entered a doctor's office. 'Hello, Sam; got cut again I see " you compare Camels with any cigarette jn the world at any price! R. Camel's are aold ererywhere in aaentiEcally Mil( packmfea of 30 or ctfrtttaa:We tan packatea 1300 dtarattea) m a ilaaune-paper-con- homo or otnoa attontly recommend thia carton for the carton. j tnpply or when you trtreL fans rin 1IIbH J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-SaleN. C. FARM DEPARTMENT. Feeding Slock in Transit. "When the distance is such that a livestock shipment to destination can not be made within the timo providlaw, ed under the Federal animals must be unloaded, fed, and watered. The railroads which have shipments tho heaviest provide stations for this purpose at intervals along their lines. Railroads which do a small 28-ho- ur long-distanfecd-in-tranfeed-ln-tran- generations most of the Individuals In the scrub herd headed by a good pure bred sire resemble purebred animals in appearance. In a few more generations, under skillful breeding and management, the former scrub stock is graded up to so great an extent that for production of meat and oth er animal products they are practical- ly as useful as purebreds. The chief ' difference between a high-grad- e anl live-sto- ck business often are with- - mal and a purebred Is in the valiip stntions, and tho for breeding purposes. Only the lat- out shlpper patronizing theso lines must ter can be used In producing pure make his own arrangements for feed- bred breeding stock. Moreover, on ly purebreds are eligible to registraing and watering. Free Range for Poultry. tion in the different purebred breed When the garden crops have reached maturity or are far enough dePurity and abundance are the two associations, The Department of Agriculture, veloped to suffer little damage from essentials of water supply. .Wells and springs are the usual sources of through fts cooperative State agencies chickens the flock should be given Jarm water, but both may easily be Is Prepared to supply stock raisers free range. There aro times In late contaminated, and the vicinity should wlth Printed information that tells In summer and early fall when the therefore bo inspected for possible Popular language the best animal benefit received by the poultry will breeding methods and the advantages exceed" the slight Injury some garden eources of pollution. to be derived from their use. In ad- - products may incur. ' dltlon the department furnishes an Free range enables growing chickFive-Ce-nt Piece Starts Boy on Road onlblera o recognition, suitable for ens to obtain quantities of green . display, to every farmer who agrees old boy to UBe ony purebred sJres and ,0 C(1. feed, bugs, worms, and other things. Van Palmtree is a who lives in Panola County, Miss operat0 ,n Qther ways ,n thQ beUw The chickens therefore requiro less grain and are less liable to sickness van oetongs 10 one oi uiu muiiy uoja k To obtain tho em effort agricultural cuius in mai oiuiu. .uuny blem the farmer or breeder is asked or disease. Exercise and ability to of the Mississippi club boys have to fill out a simple blank showing ran,ge for even a few hours a day is had unusual success with their club the nnmlinr anil klnil nt IIva stnrlr ho beneficial to a flock that has been kept In confinement during spring projects but Van's success is no e- -' egseg an(, a,s) tQ (lec,are thQt a vortbjr because of Its small begin- - , ma,e hieQdlne anlmai9 aro puro. and early summer. nlnB- bred. In April, 1910, 5 conts was given School Again What Is Your Child Getting for Lunch. bini by his toacher as a reward for unusually good lessons and good be- United States Best Source of Pure-Bre- d Growing children have certain Lio Stock. havior one day at school. With this special needs In tho way of food. Like live stock grown people, money he bought a chicken. It was a. Buyers of. . pure-bre- d children must bo sup. crippled, honco Its low price, but mrougnoui me worm are coming in plied with what is necessary for to the United coddling on his part saved its life. Increaslne numbers health and strength, but, unllko them, nnd It grew to maturity. The next States, according to the Bureau of they must bo given also what is neces summer she raised a brood of chick- -, Markets of the United States De-o- sary for development. which wore sold for $1.C0. With (partment of Agriculture. Foreign Even when children eat all their this money Van bought n pig. It was ' breeders now find in this country the meals at homo It is no easy matter to ! n runt pig, but cure ami pood feed-- ! Greatest number of purebred hords, see that they aro properly fed; and Ing for a few months made it wpII all breeds being well represented, and when they eat somo of tholr meals at worth tho ?9.S6 for whioa its owner aro assured of evory facility for ob- school the difficulty is far greater. It taining exactly tho animnls d'.slred. sold it. is not easy to make food attractive For many years breeders it: the and to keep Immediately tho young financier It clean when it must be bought a heifer calf with the price United States have- been importing packed and carried in a lunch basket. paid him for tho hog. Lis year and the finest animals from other coun- Nor is it easy to proparo meals In again this, sho presented her owner tries, and by the most rigid solectlon places like schools which aro not "with a heifer calf, to ho now lias a In keen competition with other breed- specially fitted for tho purpose ers have developed pure-bre- d live little hoi J of three, all lh The following bills of fare suggest stock until now the llvostock Indus of that ono nickel which he Invested try In this country is not rurpassid iy ed by food specialists of tho United J Xour years ago. States Department of Agrlculturo for In The duo bo's cattle are b"rubs. any other country In th world. the lunch basket nay help tho busy I but ho is hoping to have something recent years animals bred In tho mother, bettor some of thoio days, and with a.Un,la states hnvo repeatedly won Sandwiches with sliced tender moat boy of his kind, to plan is to do. So In (.pe.i competition agilu: import for filling; baked apple, cookies, or a ed anlnnts at he loading k It would not bo surprising It the nickel few lumps of sugar; slices of meat continued to grow and become a puro-bre- d shows and expositions. loaf or bean loaf, bread and butter herd before Van is 16. sandwiches, stewed fruit, small frostGreater Intercut In Form Poultry ed cake; crisp rolls, hollowed out und Breeding, Kohcnibli's Purebred Sire Within 3 filled with chopped meat or fish, Generations. On many farms participating in the moistened nnd seasonod, or mixed Once the use of purebred sires has "Better Sires Better Stock" move- - with salad dressing, orange, apple, a become general throughout the coun- - ment more than one-ha- lf of the varie-tr- y mixture of sliced fruit, or berries and the process of grading up will be ties of stock reported is feathered cake; lettuce or celery sandwiches, rapid. Many experiments and practl- - stock. This is true even on some of cup custard, jelly sandwiches, cottage fal experience show that within three, the larger farms. A 'Nebraska live- - cheese and chopped green-peppi 13-ye- ar Hve-stocns out-growlive-stocer stock owner who breeds Shorthorn cattle and Poland China and Duroc-Jerse- y swine reported the following varieties of poultry; Single-Com- b Brown Leghorns, Single-Com- b Buff Orpingtons, Toulouse geese, Pekin ducks, and guineas. Developments In tho better-sire- s campaign show also that, compared with other live stock, poultry shows a slightly greater proportion of pure breeding and a very small number of scrubs and mongrels. Although re suits in poultry breeding come more quickly than with larger animals, this tendency shows the careful attention poultry breeding Is receiving on farms. "Yes, sah, I done got carved up with a razor, Doc." "Why don't you keep out of bid company?" said the physician, after he had dressed the wound. "Deed, I'd like to, Doc, but 1 ain't got 'nuff money to get a divorce." Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. let Mouday in July 11 days Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday in Septombor 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRESENT Y1UB Civil. 4th Mondny in November II dayi County Board of Education t . Com'th. and Civil. B. 9, Howard, S. S. O. C counts: COURT. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Meets first Mondny la each month. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. J. H. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp.. Dlr. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Durv-deSheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. . Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. D Otis Stevens, Bcavcrr Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. C Nat Lindloy, FISOAIj COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdio MIdklff nni October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- 17th. er Dam. EXAMINATIONS Ord District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. V 4th District G. W. Rowo, Center-towCommon School Dlnlnmn v.it- and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam. 8th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-town- ; nnd Fordsvlllo.. Mny 21 and 22 County Teachers." Oth District W. S, Dean, Dundee. Examination nt Hartford, (White-7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. Mny 2S and 29 County Teachers' 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored) ford, Route 6. Juno IS and 10 County and State Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo,. HARTFORD. (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. Junq 25 and 2C County nnd Stater Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford., Police Judges C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casobler. Sept. 17 and IS County and State ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Chm'n. Board W. O. Her. (Whlto). Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Sept. 24 and 25 Cnnntv nn,1 Qtnfn. Pollco Judge: S. L. Fulkerson. 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My baby was fat and strong, andmyself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by women. A Traalmenl - for WEAKLUNGS or CONSUMPTION' "I look it faithfully and Doctor Cupid That lovo Bometime3 cures disease is a fact that has been called to tho attention of the public by a physician. Erominenttho euro for Love is not, all women. Many a woman is nervous and irritable, feels dragged down and worn out for no reason that sho can think of. Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription gives new life and new strength to weak, worn-ou- t, n women. "Favorito Prescription" makes weak women Btrong and sick women well. If; is now sold by all druggists in tho United States in tablets as well as liquid form. Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo N.Y., for trial pkg. of the tablets. Nashville, Tenn. "I have jiscd Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription and found it to do what it is recommended to do. It did me more good than the doctors. I had several and none of them did mo any good. Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription is the only thing for weak, broken-dowwomen. I felt like a new woman after taking it I weighed 155 lbs. and never felt better in my life." Mas. Agnes Tatum, 175 L. Green St. run-down A quick relict (or that tired, run down feetloe, couebs, pains in elicit, night sweats, demon ibasei, weak luncs or coniuraptlon. If It dots do! help you it costs you nothing. m FORoONE MONTH Lock box Q. OHIO MEDICAL GO. USELIV-VER-LA- X For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. -- I HI www V ." Take Cardui Am m Fteelirftrtir. nil tho tlmo. Tinn'f l from work for daya by taking calomel Lio- - Ver-Lo- x . when pleasant kecpa yoa on your feet, while relieving your troubi Safer too, and easy to take. Dotft i le. anything lsc Vou can't afford i it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bvb tern and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur in its elTeet nnri rnrfntn tn ABtilfb 14. 'won't be long before iw-La wiD J"'' era O. aaaaal aaaaM i , home. Children can take it freely tm wftb perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and ?1 in bottles Non. genuine without the likeness and Bigotv! luro oX I K. Grfcsby, For ealo by r U U, WU.iAMU, . Kft T Hftitlt a ;COX FOISTS FALSE For a Real Affectionate Father He Stays Away an Awful Lot MORROW TO OPEN INDIANA FIGHT Governor Morrow will open tho Republican campaign In Indiana on Constitution Day, noxt Friday, September 17, with an nddress at n great G. O. P. meeting nt Indianapolis. An urgent Invitation was received by Governor Morrow from tho Indiana campaign committco several days ngo but the governor withheld his reply until learning from the Kentucky committee that his services would not be required at home on that day. Tho governor will go to Indlanapo-U- s Thursday night and will return to Louisville after tho speaking Friday in time to catch the morning train Saturday for Greenville, where ho is billed to speak Saturday afternoon His speaking appointment calls for a speech at Grcenvlllo In tho afternoon and at Central City that night, returning to Loulsvlllo Sunday. He will accompany the Kentucky delegation on the pilgrimage to Senator Harding's homo, leaving Louls vlllo Sunday night at 10:30 ofclock, and returning early Tuesday morning Plans announced by Chairman Sear cy call for an introductory speech by tho governor, who will present members of tho Kentucky delegation to Senator and Mrs. Harding after the speaking. The governor will be much In demand as a campaign orator this fall, but If plans of the national committee are adhered to his speeches will be confined almost exclusively to Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. There Is moro Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable, Catarrh Is a local disease, Greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any case that Hall's' Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. I mmmm s? J' SPECTER TO FORE IN CAMPAIGN TALK No i One Will Bo Deceived by Democratic Attempt to Uso Great President's Name. ipoi MVib JtJ U fc': Vl KPif,nntcntsl5TluidDfaclnT.' FT .. " CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. HBUlipill Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria -- , T :THE PEORLE KNEW ROOSEVELT m J -- lti Death of Foremost American Has J ! Not Dimmed His Deeds in tho Minds of Patriots. . frfij.ijyollllMI5a Bears the TJicrcuyPromoUnSDKrtUoa Cheerfulness ana kcsuwu'"''Opiamiorp"""-,- ; ncithtr PER GENT, f, i I ... r..i.i . AveecMblcircparauonwnu-by Regular ,; similntimthcFood llnothcStomacfcandbwrtson rnitnr.-.- J ::..,, .JS Always Signature of M In William Hotter May ono who was tnoro or less associated with Theodore Roosevelt In tho Inst fifteen years of his life sny n word In regard to the developing tendencies of tho pending tpresldentlnl cumpnlgn? Governor James M. Cor, tho Demo-ratl- c candidate, with Increasing frequency Is using the name of Colonel Koosevolt In his (.pccchcs, ns of one 'from whom the Governor litis derived ,111s Inspiration for this momentous campaign, and whose support of Mr. policies would bo forth Cox's coming were Roosevelt alive. At lenst, Governor Cox is at pnlns to tnako It .appear that It Is Into his hands that the torch home by Colonel Roosevelt was entrusted when the latter passed on. Addressing tho Ohio Democratic on IStnte Convention at Columbus August 17th, nmong other things .Governor Cox snld: "Need I remind you that It was In this Stato that Thcodoro Roosevelt, that great American, made his speech proclaiming his creed, not that the Judges alono 6hould be recalled, but that the Judicial procedure Itself should be subject U recall." Acknowledged Error. First nnd forcmoit, no man who know Theodore Roosevelt well, and wns proud to follow his leadership, needs to be told that he lived to rcallzo the error of that specific doctrine which Governor Cox now drncs from tho political Umbo of dead things. But nsldo from this, tho one outstanding note In Roosevelt's great career wns his uncompromising, tried and true Americanism. lie was an American above nnd beyond everything else. Ills Americanism nroso Ho nbovo nil party considerations. wns Jealous of his country's honor, proud of Its traditions, zealous In tho maintenance of Its Integrity nnd Independence, lie labored Incessantly to promoto that national unity which he believed to be one of tho safeguards of tho Republic; nnd his faith In Washington's Farewell Address and In the Monroo Doctrlno wns such that lie regnrded strict adherence to the Injunctions of both as the two great of our natlonnl existence. If It were necessary to prove these assertions, columns could bo quoted from 'his writings nnd speeches In support thereof. Uut ono 1ms only to mention tho name of Theodore, Roosevelt to bring beforo the mind n picture of a and "United States strong, Independent. , Roosevelt's Position Clear, One does not have to ponder long to reach n conclusion, thorofore, where i Roosevelt would stnnd If happily ho 'were among us today. The man who Jin 1010 avowed that the supremo need was the overthrow of nnd nil that Wllsonlsm represents would have n mighty J position In the fighting today If he J were with us, nnd he would not be ranged on tho side of Governor Lor. I Tim mnn who. though age was crccp- llng upon him, demanded as his right that he bo sent ncross to race wmi me wn hundred thousand men thnt clam ored to accompany him, the German mnnilplK nn1 wlin I'flmlv lnld down tllG plea that by his end on tho field of iinttin the droonlne morale of the en- tcnto forces might bo revived, though the death of n former President or tna United States would have had little in rnnimnn with a candidate whoso news- papers proclaimed sixteen months afti Jer tho sinking of tho Lusltanla, thnt have committed "Tho German no crime agnlnst us." nxnmmiinr in what stlrrlntr words IroosovoU denounced tho Lusltunla sinking, nnd how, throughout nil tnai rtmh nnrin.l of American neutrality, fills powerful volco rang through the linnii nwnkenlne Uio patriotism of our jpeoplo to tho culmination In April, 11017, when evou Mr. Wilson llnnlly .... 111. IllAt'ttfltllll f was compeneu . m .l iu There Is no law against Governor Cox's use of Colonel Roosevelt's name. Nor Is there any law on the statute books providing for tho crimes which are, committed In the namo of progresslveness for which Colonel Roosevelt stood. There aro Napoleons of finance, of wheat, of oil and of Industry, but there wns only ono Napoleon. There are Jimmies and Ed. dies nnd Ilarrles, but thero was only one Teddy. In the campaign upon which wa have entered, the name of Roosevelt will be Invoked many times In mnny places In behalf of many things. But few In all the great army of thosa who followed Roosevelt will be They know above all other things thnt the safety and Integrity of the United States lay closest ( Theodore Roosevelt's heart, and with them his doctrine of stalwart Americanism will prevail against any preachment of progresslvelsm which seeks to lure them from the path of patri duty. , Dy ly d self-relianl m well-define- d ll-- Mineral. NotNahcotic tPimptinS'& jtitlttSe" Senna bthltSclt JAttyrrmutvf AhclpfulRcmedyfof e55 fcE'gvi WS53" fxT it! I ? Use For Over . . ..- JiU3J rcsiiUMthercfrcinraanv- ""V - c saer yi U 3&xS' s ctiS :M C -- ffv- Facsimile Sijnatnrcot ScJ;s. U, LaHBuiMPnHiVinfVii jrGnrMttCoHPaos NEW TtJJgiM: Thirty Years HIIIIIH reproduced by permission New York Tribune, Ino, Copyrighted 1020. CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. IS WILSON ALL-WISE- ? HERRICK-PINCHO- T NIW YONH CtTT. FOREVER INFALLIBLE I IN HARDING CAMP "' lias tho world so changed that tho (Tho Pathfinder) policies of Woodrow Wilson, his A now knight In. the Republican Idea as em- ranks Is Myron T. Herrlck, who was bodied In his Leaguo of Nations, are ambassador to France during tho tho only ones acceptable today? early part of tho war. Just returned Is from Europe, Mr. Herrlck declared Is Woodrow Wilson ho, and ho alono, ablo to uttor the that President Wilson is alone rewords, dovlso the plan, outline the sponsible for the present chaos there doctrlno that will protect America He nssertcd that if the men who sat nnd save tho world? ' Has he oven at tho peace table with him had thought of protecting America? known that he did not represent the Theso aro n few questions In the convictions of tho congress and people minds of thinking Americans today. of tho United States there would have Theso thinking Americans have not been no delay in establishing peace discarded tho wisdom of Washington "Because he went to Europe to Insist and Monroe, and Lincoln, and all of that his league of nations program bo our illustrious leaders' of the ppst, ' included in he war settlement," said whoso wisdom guided this great coun- Mr. Herrlck, "a year was wasted at a try through many a period of world vital time Honddod tumult. Thoy aro wondering If this ,statssmcn porslstently inquired why wisdom Isn't sadly needed today. tho reservations adopted by tho senThink of this: If Washington, and ate woro not submitted at the peace Adams, and Jefferson, nnd Madison, 'table as the senators had demanded; and Monroe, and Webster, and Lin- they would then havo been accepted coln and Jackson woro horo today to by tho poaco council, he said. oxpross themsolvos upon Wilson's Another Republican to becomo an Leaguo of Nations, their verdict nctlvo campaigners Lieut. Col. Theowould bo: doro Roosovelt, son of the former none of it." "Wo Speaking at Bangor, Mo., president. Let us quote briefly from tho Roosevelt took a fling at the 'opinions of somo of these great Am Mr. Democratic candidato. "In Mr. Cox, ericans, expressed during tho groat ho said, "the Democrats have choson national crises of their day: a man whoso shifty hypocrisy Wo aro an Georgo Washington: thoroughly entitles him to bo the Independent nation, and act for leader of the party whose adminisWe will not bo dictated to tration has darkened the pages of by the politics of any nation under our history during tho last eight hoavon. years." Referring to Coxs criticism Abraham Lincoln: "Wo havo Republican platform for not part In any contro- of the from taking part America citing tho glorious versy botwoon foreign states and ployed In the war. Mr. Roosevelt In such parties or factions said: "Doos ho not know that it is states. Wo havo loft to every na- not good tasto to praise your own mantion tho exclusive conduct and achievements, and It was tho Repubagement of its own affairs. lican party that fought tho war? adher-enc- o Amlrow Jackson: A strict Thero was not a male representative to this policy (to make no en- of the close official family of the tangling alliances) has kept us aloof Democratic administration who, to from tho perplexing question that now tho host of my knowledge, was, duragitato tho European world. ing the war, within tho range of a Thomas Jefferson:- "Wo havo a gun fired by the enemy." porfect horror at everything like con- : A new recruit in tho Harding camp necting ourselves with the politics of i3 Gifford, Plnchot.i who was so Europe. thoroughly a that ho reTheso aro but brief quotations. fused to come back to the old party History tells tho true story of tho oven after tho roturn of Roosevelt. wlso Judgment of those mon, who After visiting Senator Harding ho holped preserve this great nation. said that thoy had differed In tho past Shall wo ropudlato them, or shall and had said somo hard things of we ropudlato Wilson? each other, but ho added: "We are together now and I am for him. 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It ha3 been especially noted that pale, made. n puny children, weak, persons and those enfeebled by age show Quick Results Noted improvement and exhibit increased" The new wav to restore irnn in tho strength almost immediately after blood the surest and most depend starting treatment. For Salo by OinO COUNTY DRUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. If unable to work or eat prop- able of all methods is through the uso of Acid Mineral. erly, Iron, in soluble form, a natural formIron soluble iron This is of found is what" you should in Nature itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents. try at once. Tho story of the discovery of this blood-makin- High medical authority has always taught that iron is the best tonic for tho blood and all agree on its great medicinal value. The trouble is that many pills nnd tonics said to contain iron aro not to be relied upon. So thatthose who wish to take iron as a medicine may have a reliable source of information, this announcement is ' run-dow- In tho 1919 report of the Kentucky Experiment Station the subject of tests Is discommercial nitrogen cussed. The report says that the question Is often asked whether commercial nitrogen can be used profitably on wheat and whether It should be applied, in tho fall or in the springy Experiments have been conducted for a number of years designed to answer this question. Tho reports state that the experiments have so far shown no gain in yield from the use of commercial nitrogen applied In tho fall. Profitable gains havo been made from the uso of nitro gen as n top dressing on wheat where wheat follows corn. This application should bo made In the spring as soon as growth begins and should bo at tho rate of approximately 100 to 200 pounds of nitrate of soda or its equivalent, depending upon tho character of tho soil and tho condition of the wheat. Cjf i w? 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As a result of the ban American trad? has Jn a great measure boen restricted since most of theso articles came from here. y, party presi by the Farmer-Labo- r A. M. Morrison, aged 100, and dential candidate, P. P. Chrlstensen, Miss M. A. Barney, 72, were married to tho British labor party for Its stand recently in Los Angeles, as the re I on the war "You havo laid the foun- ' sult of a renewed romance of their datlon for a real world leaguo ol layounger days. Both the centenarian bor," ho said ," by setting tho glorious "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's and the blushing brldo aro active for example of labor's power to veto Tablets somo time ago and thoy prov- their advanced years. war." ed to bo Just what I neodod' writes Mrs. Volta Bankson, ChlUcIotho, Mo. TO STRIKE IF U. S. AIDS POLAND ASIDE FROM THAT "They not only relieved mo of indiHo: Is tho tire flat? gestion but toned up my liver and rid Tho Chicago Federation of Labor Sho: Well, it Is a little flat at mo of backache and dizziness that I has demanded a general strike in the the bottom, but the rest Is O, K. had been subject to for some time. United States m caso this govern-agaln- st ACCOItDINCJ TO SOCKATBS They did me a world of good end I tho "workers' government ot Socrates lifted his cup "What's will always speak a good word for ment takes steps to aid Poland m Russia." Tho resolution adopted this stuff?" he asked. them." r, "Hemlock," replied the pledges the workers of tho United tho.people hear, of Gov- Statos to "take the same action by the The more "Oh!" said Socrates, "that's all ernor Cox, the more they roaltzo that workers ot Great Britain and France, years of Cox" means, "four In upholding the bolsheviks, A ca- right I thought it was one ot those "four, blegram of congratulation was sent d d substitutes tor beer." yars more of Wilson." cup-beare- MARRIES AT AGE OF 1O0I MAINE TO FIIIE FHtST GUN. Maine holds hor election Sopt. IS, Instead ot Nov. 2. The result ot tho early Maine election Is always watched with great interest, as being a straw that may show which way tho political wind is going to blow In November. ' Both the big parties aro Bonding speakers into tho sato and an earnest fight for the victory thero will be made. MOUNTAIN UUltlES VILLAGE. A small .village situated In a mountain province on the Island of Luzon was completely burled under hundreds ot feet of earth when the top ot a mountain slid down on It durOver 70 people lost-theiing a storm. lives. r POLISil-IlE- D WAP, TO HARDING-T- HE EDITOR END S80N, IS BELIEF V Lubomirski Thinks Terma May Be Agreed To At Riga. i Open Washington, Sept. II. Confldcnco that peace between Poland and Hus- ' sla will be consumnted at tho confer ence now being held at Riga was cx- pressed today by Prlnco Lubomirski, Polish minister to the United States, after a visit to the Stato Department. It Is Prince Luhomlrskl's opinion that Poland may expect no further I support from the nllied nations, par ticularly Great Britain, and will be compelled to make peace with Russia on tho most acceptable terms. The Polish minister was accompanied to Secretary Colby's offlco by Leon Bercnson, first secretary of the Upon leaving tho conferlegation ence Prince Lubomirski said: "There will be peace between Poland and Russia. Tho world wants peace and Poland wants peace." Tho prince declined to stato whether this important opinion was based International. on any conclusive facts ho had to com 8enater Warren G. Harding, Republican nominee- for President, is thor. municate to the State Department. rapidly and skill- It is assumed that he had been In oughly familiar with the Imposing stone and can "make-up- " forms In the composing room of his touch with his government on tho fully. Hero he Is shown "maklng-up- " newspaper, the Marion (O.) Star. question. It Is thought at tho Department that Russia Is now In earnest and that she will not attempt to Impose any terms on Poland which A will cause a new war. Rctl Forces Advance. Paris, Sept. 14. The Russian Calm, Steady, Determined, the American Who Is Leading troops on the Polish frontier are continuing to advance, according to the Victory Goes About the Busithe Republican Party to official wireless statement from Mosness of the Campaign in His Modest Office in Marion. cow today. It Is claimed that several localities to tho west of Grodno By WILLIAM HOSTER. the senator. Just at the minute ho Is have been occupied and that tho Red people will decide, reading proof, on editorials which are forces are going ahead in the Brest-LltavThe American area. of course. If they cun visualize the to be printed In his newspaper, the According to the Copenhagen Tl- principle which Is at stake the Marlon "Star," In the afternoon. The tltal stands for everything that Is dende, Leon Trotzky, the Russian war spirit which Is at once the keynote senator in printed the "Star," and is careful and the mnlnspring of 'the campaign to read what goes into its columns be minister, arrived at the front to tako upon which tho nation has entered, fore the paper goes to press. Dispos personal charge of the figh'mg. The there can be no doubt of the result. ing of tlio proof sheet, he shakes Reds, It is asserted, are piepuring a It Isn't a thing that can be carried bands cordially with you, and you are winter campaign. report reached about the country, and oxhlblted from at liberty to size him up. An unconfirmed Mark Him Dependable, the rear end of a Pullmnn car. It Is here todaysaying that the-- e had been uprising at wholly apart from the red tire, blarlie is somewhat above the average. a serious ing hands nnd stump oratory of of of course, because he has already been P trogratl and thn tho campaigns. The Issue, In singled out by the people of Ohio to t'-- fleet Joined In the affair and short, goes deep down to that principle represent them in the senate. But Cronstadt A similar report which has been the mainspring of nslde from this: You are at once reached hero several weeks ago. It the national life rIiicp the days of Lex- struck by his Imlnnce and his poise. vas subsequently ;uoen without ington und Concord; nnd the patriotic You mark him as dependable safe. foundation. citizen, Republican and Democrat There Is that In his fnce, on his brow, Trot.ky Visit-- , Lida. nllte, by taking counsel with himself, which giNt-'s- , assiirnnce that ho Is not Copenhagen, Sept. 14. A dispatch will nnd It imbedded In his own heart. tlie sort of u man who will speak with- to the Berllngske Tidende from o Ilere in Marlon, O., you get a con- out thinking, or act without deliberreports tho arrival at Lida. crete exposition of that vital princi- ating. There Is reserve force in his Lithuania, of Leon Trotsky, Russian ple. It is good to come to Marlon and hearing, determination, in his Jaws, acter In h! mouth, kindly sym- Bolshevik minister of war. Lida is .ocget the true perspective. You nre cliai pathy In his eyes. cupied by Russian troops. Trotzky's brought' anew, here, to the realization As you lis'ci to Mm talk here in stay in Lida, the dispatch adds, Is that the country Is in process of elect- the Christian dining room, or later, In with the Russlsn .ofing a chief executive to guide the des- a speech to n visiting delegation from not connected fensive. New Red armies are being 120,000,000 people for the the front porch of his home, this tinies of n and Upper four years ensuing from March 4 Is strengthened. He doesn't say organized In the Beroslna next; that the ery serious business of unything In his oflice that lie wouldn't Dnloper River districts and Trotzky bringing about what a European ob- say out on the porch, nor anything on Is planning a great winter campaign server described as "a reolutlon by the porch fliat he wouldn't adheie to against the Poles, says a Helslngfors due process of law," is going forward In nil sincerity In his oflice. dispatch to the PoHtiken. It is- - rewith a proper regard for the dlsiuity The thing that strikes you nt nil ported that offensive movements hv and importance of the task. times it Is the very atmosphero of tho Bolshevlkl have already begun at Marion is his moderation, his reScene Entirely Appropriate. some points on the Polish front. ' lour first Impression is of the fit- straint the absence of all bombast as the scene for the and exaggeration In his statements, ness of Marlon TAXES! TAXES ARH DUD! enactment of sucli a chapter In Amer- the careful presentation of the Issues, ican history. It Is a milct little coun- the avoidance of all attempt to array try town, for all its boasted Industrial ono class against the other, the Your 1920 tax hill has been placed of the desire, if called to the with us for collection. activity; and when you upproach the Please call at Harding residence, one among many presidency, to bo president of all tho the office and get your's. in its simplicity and nttractlveness. people ; and, without making any S. A. BRATCHER, promises, to give all of the you feci It Is quite in keeping with Sheriff Ohli County. events that from this typical American people the best that Is In him. homo there should como a modest, digAvoids Personal Controversy. ONK Amernified ruu) capable, Particularly noticeable Is his avoid- HARTFORD WINS felAND DROPS TWO ican upon whom the choice of his personal controversy. Not ance of low citizens should fall to uphold the once since his nomination has Hardhnnnr nml traditions Of the nation. ing Hartford lost a fast game to referred In a public speech to his This conlction grows when you meet Saturday by tho tune of G to 4. the man. Ho Is typical or tne success- opponent. He adheres to tho Issues. The series now stands three to two in Not once has he permitted himself to ful imclnnea iimn of the hundreds of thousnpds of successful Americans Indulge In personal denunciation of McHenry's favor. Stevens twirled tho game for McHenry and was airwho have accumulated a competence his rival. Ho Is bane. He has fixed convic- tight in the pinches. Rlckard twirled through the ordlnnry channels which me open to nil liurd working, straight- tions as to the moderation and bal- the best game for tho locals that he ance which should characterize canforward American boys. twirled this season. established didates for the high oflice of the pres- has Meet him, now. lie h R Score by Innings: idency; departure from which he benn office in tho homo of George Chrissecretary, which adjoins lieves, without doing any good to tho McHenry tian. Jr., his the Harding house and this is typi- candidate who offends, does serve to Hartford cal; 'chief and secretary live side by bring American Institutions Into consldc,eaeh owning his own modest tempt Hartford defeated the Anglo-Mlll- d During the war there wns a home. And by the way, these execIng team Sunday. Owens twirled the of man in service as bo'sun utive olllcers are Illuminating as to ball for Hartford and had tho visitors tho kind of a man It Is whom tho Re- on an American merchantman. Tho eating out of his hand through tho torpublican party has tuudo Its standard time came when the ship was campaign. pedoed; and the bo'sun was put In game. bearer In this . RK Score by Innings: Every room In the house is given oer cburgo of the tiller on the wlmleboat 7 00 1 1 0 1 0 0 to the business In hand the senator's In which a goodly portion of the crew Anglos x 07 conference room Is the Clirlstlnn din- took refuge. A storm arose, and there Hnttfcrd ing room, his prlvuto olllce, where tho was Imminent danger that the boat Important conferences are held, is the would be swamped. In tho stern Taylor Mines defeated Hartford kitchen. In the living room sits Chris- sheets sat the bosun, rigid and erect, Monday 4 to 1. The game was markgarlocked to the tiller. He said his hand tian. Klsewhere, from cellar to and listlest ret, the staff are at work. No confu- little "Steady!" now and then to the ed by numorous errors The grounds were In bad no disorder, no hectic shouting rowers; or "hold fast; tuko her bead playing. sion, at the top of one's voice, no running on I" aa the boat rose on the crest of a condition, duo to too much rain. uround. In circles, pounding of the giant wave, and then plunged straight Tho gamo Wednesday with tuble, no Harrying, Jimmying or Billy-In- down Into the trough of the sea. But touchers was called after the first stralght-awny- , hours with strident denunciations of for twenty-threinning on account of rain. The locals the other side, and loud boastings of he held fast to the tiller, and ho didn't to tho Instiopposltlou candidate Is relinquish It until he had guided the had scored three runs tho," way the a thor boat hard and fast on a friendly beach. tute boys' none. ha honton into a nulD. Just Then he got up und stretched and ough, careful, businesslike transacFOR SALE. of tho business In hand precisely asked for a plpo of tobacco. tion Calm, steady, determined and know which we like to think the the way In Durock sows with pigs. k 5 work of 120,000,000 people will bo con- Inj bis business, one conceives ot ducted tat tho Wblto House after the other Ilardinr thus guiding the Also 2 ho. sea and ono mule. Will ship through any storm that naj March 1 sell stock cheap. BUp Into the dining room and mot arise, to a safe harbor.' CLAUD KING, Hartford. , I - The New Year with an array of value-givin- g merchandise that will speak in the highest terms of our buying organization. The merchandise that will predominate in this store will be those grades that will give you your money's worth in service. 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