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XXXIII HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER NUMBER 14 REPUBLICANS OPEN ROOSEVELT, ERNST AND MORROW HERE 'Great Crowd Out To Meet Trio Of Celebrities Monday Monday was a great day for the I. In "theso parts." Hartford had, for a brlof tlino, as hor guests Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Governor E. P. Morrow and Hon. Richard P. Krnst, tho latter tho Republican nomlnco for U. S. Senator from this State. Tho trio loft Bowling Green Monday at an early hour by automobiles for Morgantown,' whero they made addresses, commencing at 10 o'clock. Lunches were prepared for thorn which they partook of while hero. When the Party struck Green River, at Borah's Ferry, "Tcd--dy- " anil tho Governor turned "ducks" disrobed and plunged into tho wator Just like a couple o'boys. Thoy woro complaining of feeling fine on their arrival hero nt 1:10 p. in. It wa3 seen early In the day that only a small percentage of the throng, estimated at 2,500, could bo accom modated in tho Court Hall and a plat form was hastily erected on tho lawn from which Miss Mary Marks, assistant principal of tho Hartford High School introduced Lieutenant Col g Roosevelt In a happy manner, sho tho first woman, in so far as our knowledges goes, to introduce a political speaker within Ohio County Miss Marks also Introduced Governor Morrow, who in turn introduced Mr. G. O. to bo-in- He WjU RIDE This Time Instead of RUNNING dren mako tho best typo of citizens for a republic. Tho Individual with children Is tho most keen scrutlnlzor of tho future When n policy comes up for mo to pass Judgment on by my vote, what do I do? I say to myself: "How will this nffect tho country when my little daughter Gracio nnd my son Teddy are grown up and hnvo families of 'their own?" Tho average family man or woman does tho snmo thlnfe. Wo decido everything with our eyes on tho future, for In our children wo hnvo given hostages to the future of our country. "It is this quality of thought we need, particularly now. We must meet this danger with clear eyes and n steady hand; wo must meet It with honesty; we must not blind ourselves to it and Ho 'idle except for our boasting,' until wo are swept into tho maelstrom. We must steer our courso steadily between tho Scylla of Bolshevism and tho Chnrybdts or Bourbonlsm. "Wo mu,st mcot tho future determined that wo arc going forward, always forward, to better things and that we will not let unreasoning fear reaction. forco us Into senseless Equally, wo must not let our country bo governed by iqdolcnt discontent and tho impractical theories of tho doctrinaire. What we want in this country is common decency, common honesty, and common sense, and these tho Republican party will furnish. ,"Ono of tho most dangerous results of tho universal unrest has boon tho blossoming of tho false and destructive doctrines of class cleavage and cIubs government. Wo seo, nt this time, tho groojt countrlo3 of Europe shaken totheir foundations hyitrWe see Russia. England, France and Italy thrown back centurlea in taeln inarcn of progress. We see Injustice mas- as Jnitlre and a tyranny of the minority ui.ik'rg Itself as democracy. "The Democratic party ims looked on this country as If It were composed of clashes. The Republican party refuses to recognise such a thing as olass. Wo have no classes In d wo must not have this country them. Tho successful man of today la the poor boy of yesterday, and the achle'ementcof the father will nevor hold n position for tho eon. It is tho ftnn whn mimt timlrn that nnslMnn frti ..-.,- goose dinner on a Sunday. I had nevor eaten a goosd, and had doubts of tho experiment, but I could not refuse At table when the "dear young thing" passed tho goose plate I took a very small piece. But sho would havo none of that, and putting the small ploco back on tho dish helped my plate to n larger one. Tho more I chewed tho pleco of goose tho larger It got, and when I had finally swallowed It whole, I politely refused a second helping, anild profuso-nn- d oxtravagant praiso of goose flesh. Likewise, I expressed to the manager my delight with tho ball game, but silently thanked Goodness it was tho last gamo of the season. mm HEADQUARTERS Locnl a. O. I. .Secures Ideal Iloomsr Clmlt-nim- i Illunkcnslilp In Charge Republican Headquarters havo. been opened here, the offices formerly occupied by the late H. P. Taylor having been secured and nicely fitted up for the needs of the G. O. P. Organization. W. C. Blankenship, Chairman oC tho Campaign Commltteo and Mrs. A. D. Kirk, Chairman of tho Women's division for tho County, may bo found In chargo at Headquarters when not actively engaged in organization work in tho field. They extond a most hearty invitation to both men and. women of the County to call upon them when In town nnd convenient to do so. Should thero be anything you wish to inquire about, or anything of. Interest, Information tending toward the good of tho cause, they urgo and request that you not hesitate in reporting to either or both of them. Tho organization under direction of these two capable Party Officials fa hitting a tmsy stride and no stono Is to be left "unturned that Ohio County may roll up a vote on Nov. 2, as befits hor in the battle for America and Americanism. Give liberally of your By the worth of tho assistance. cause you shall be Justified for considerable trouble and sacrifice. SMALLPOX II. E. MISCHKE AND FAMILY TO LEAVE Mr. H. E. MIschko agent in charge of the local L. & N. Depot has been transferred by the Company, to Springfield, Tenn., for which point hi3 left Wednesday to assume his now and larger duties. Mr. Mischke, as we aro Informed, is to bo in charge at the place of hjs new assignment, and have some 8 or 10 men under him. Tho change is a nice promotion, which Is fully merited. Mrs. Mischke nnd their two children will remain here for a fow Wi3eks, or until such tlmo as suitable dwelling can be secured and arrangements made for moving. Hartford regrets very much to part with Mr. and Mrs. Mischke and their going is n distinct loss to tho community. BY Chant a Hamilton of ITucxla u EXTINCT e--e trayal, tho partial sacrlfico of our na- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG , MRS. HASWELL IS tional Independence. Mr. F. T. Belcher Is out again af"Never in tho history of this coun(By I. D. Claire.) TO TOUR COUNTY ter 35 days spent In quarantine on try, when working with other nations account of smallpox. His entire fam havo we taken a subservient position Mrs. John P. Haswell will make ily consisting of his wife and fivo The column this tuff appeared in in the United States. Wo havo alan address at the following places children had tho malady, but with tho ways held, and rightly, ths,t wo were last week must have reminded the y in a movie and dates in tho interest of the Re- exception of his case it was in mild reader of the tho equal of any nation. Thw is, publican ticket: form. There were only 5 other cases however, exactly what wo have done meiodrama Hartford, Ilonday, October 11th In this town and vicinity .from ono in tho league. In this democratic 2p. m. of whom Mr.' Belcher's family conErnst. After all, there Is something to be at Taylor league wo rate oursolve3 as to Engtracted the disease. Owing to isolaMines,., 7 p. m. "Teddy", Jr., bears a strong resemWho land as one to sir. W6 have but ono said lu defense of sport. Men McHenry, Tuesday, October 12th, tion of these last cases, no further blance to his (ImhhiI father, espe110 amount oX flan, flddlo and fox hunt never rob "vote fo their sir, and " at 2 i. m, trouble is feared or to bo expected. cially Is this truo in manner of verbal pyrotechnics can controvert banks nor lead revolutions. ' Rockport, 7 p.m. speech nnd geturo,,bblng forceful ns this fact. Wo prido ourselves that WILLOUGHBV XALL. Contertown, Wednesday, , Octdber v ol as logical. Each of tho speak-n- s Somebody has said everyone has we desire to deal Justly with all 13th, at 2 p. m. weie accorded the closest of every na- - a skqleton in his closet. Maybe that tions. We say that wo owe Mr. A. I. Nail, of this place and Prentiss, 7 p. m. barring Mme disturbances t'on a 3(iuaro deal. Yet In this league Inclusion Is too broad, but thero Baizotown, Thursday, Octobor 14, Mrs. Mattlo Willoughby, of Beaver node by a crowd of boy3 equipped a man who has not a nnd tho accompanying Treaty of Ver- lives not Dam, wens Joined in wedlock Sunat 2 p. m. pictures of C65c tied together sailles wo are asked to subscribe to shadow spot in. his memory. day afternoon at the homo" of Wm. Cromwell, 7 p. m. and flung from tho Court hall injustice of the rankest soit. Roslnc, Friday, Octobor 15th, at China, in Beaver Dam, Rev. Russell adjacent to the iaker's stand On account of delay in shipment o' "China, camo into this war on the ' 2 p. m? Walker officiating. Tho ceremony ii.tenntngled with a lot of loud side of the allies. China has long paper for the eloction ballots, 'Editor.' was performed In tho presence of onHorso Branch, 7 p. m. An automobile bedecked with beeu feeble from a military stand-po!- t. Reno arul myself wore forced to work FordsvHle, Saturday, October ICth, ly a few immediate friends of tho Cox pictures v trocling around the She did not Join us, there- a little Sunday, but we agreed to at 2 p. an. coatraftlug parties. Mr. and Mrs. Court. house .Ko lent Someastratanco fore, until sho had been assured by contribute the proceeds of our labor Tho men of Ohio County aro call&l' Nail Immediately took up their resi,1o the small boy gang la the only the United States ambassador, repre- to the church, upon to seo to it thnt their wives, dence In tho homo of Mr. NU at disturbance of tho occasion which senting this country and Mr. Wilson, daughters, mothers, sisters and this place, j Wuuld have been perfect in otherwise Fluke's newspaper story of Bill that she would receive fair treatment sweethearts aro provided with an opite orderliness. at tho council board. When she had Sehlommor'8 "doe mixer" may fool portunity to attond these meetings. SOX, LONG GONE, RETURNS ,.. ., ,. Col Rooseelt made the ohiefiv, roAAfvnd tMa auiir3npa linwftrof alia Frqtbor "Bob" and "Uncle Tommy i.. Mr. Haswell lsi forceful speaker speech, which was in part as follows: not Quito a stir was created in Central and tn,s appcs parUcularly to Joined the allies and more than 400.- - Bean, but when the prohibition en and her add losses will be of. interest We stand at this moment In a!,n0( thQ country w,n CMt h,m nB(le 00,0 of hor men served.thoir oauso in forcemeat officers raid Sohlemjuor'3 to bbth mon and women nil of whom Grove Sunday afternoon when Rock-to- n ,' critical periou in una country s nia- - anid. will be nionutnontally right and France. shop thero will bp another tale to Rowo, son of Mr. W. M. Rowe. of are cordially Invited to, attend. toty. Tho whole world has been Am or! can in doing so. tell. Tlio Shiintuii Incident. McHenry, turned up at the home of I MRS. A. D. KIRK, shaken to its foundations by tho cata"Tho nrmistlco was declared, tho ''During tho past tow years, and nt Chr'ra. Women's Division; Ohio Coun- - J. W. Rooder. Rowo had left'horo clysm of tho last flvo years. Economic Sheriff Arthur Lite Is one of the 19 years ago, at tho age of 15, Jointhis momont, thero aro many quack treaty was prepared. Japan had to bo ty Republican Committee. standards have beon ovorset and falso politician! hiding falso doctrines un- pnid. Sho was powerful militarily. finest fellows In tho world, but "Ediing the U. S. Army, no one hearing-frovalues havo been created. Tho stor- der tho cloak of Americanism. Tho As her prico Shnntung, ono of the tor" Reno and I have served notlco him for some four years, when, TICKEKOit DEXTER. ed wealth of generations of Industry cyos on him that If ho is going to mako a of tho people must not be blinded tairest provinces of China, with ho wrote to his father, continuing tho has boen scnttered to tho four winds by misleading Chineso inhabitants, was giv- practice of cutting up "moonshlno" phraseology. Truo Mr. S. M. Dexter and Miss Ruth correspondence until ten years ago. Destruction of Jiumnn life has cut tho Americanism is tho fundamental Idea en her. While this was. done, tho stills he will never again be elected Tlchenor, both of Contertown, woro since which tlmo he had not boen constructive powers in this gonora-tlo- n on which this country was founded. United States sat supine with broken to offlco by our help, united In marriage Tuesday evening, hoard from and It vrs thought by his for as is tho ,case in all wars, tho Truo Americanism Is Ireedom of re- faith and sullied honor and its chief at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth relatives that ho was dead. Mr. toll of death has fallen most heavily ligious thought; tho right for evory executive prated of It Is life's sorest disappointment Tlchenor, In Hartford. Rev. Rus- Rowo has married sinco last heard on the flower phy.slcally and moral- man to worship God in the way hade-sire"now freedom," and tho "heart that now things grow old. To rob sell Walkor performed the ceremony from and he, with his wife and a litly, of the community. All tills Is of tho world." The nmabssador, who life of its novelty is like robbing the Joining the two. tho right for ovory man to tle son, motored in from Detroit, Iwd, and In Itself would bo a difficult his convictions by the ballot; mado the original representations on roso of its fragraiico, tho rainbow of Air. Dexter is a member of the Michigan. problem to adjust, but this is not all. tho right of free press; free speech, tho part of this country to China, Mr. its colors or tho night sky of Its enterprising firm of Dexter & Vin"Theso are not tho niost serious Monotony is, the cent, real man studded stars. and free assemblage. Thoro is but Rolnsch, behaved of Centertown,' nnd Is popular KEV T. T. FRAZIER of tho great war. Tho world ono way. to meet' forco and that is must, under the circumstances. He re curse of the human race. Men go to NEW PASTOR HEUK acquaintances. over, there has beon bred up a con- with forco. There Is but one way to signed his post. Ho would not stay war and women to suicide to escape with his friends and The bride is a daughter of Mr. and dition of nervous excitement and meet lawlessness and that Is with representing our country to a country it. Rov. T. T, Frazler, the pastor asMrs. Alncy Tlchenor, of Centertown turbulent irritation. Tho world ovor, law; thero Is but one way to meet wo had betrayed. signed to 'the Hartford Circuit, by and an attractive and popular lady. .the result of this la manifesting "Treaty boundaries were estab-- " Through tho courtesy of the falso Ideas and that is with sound Mr. and Mrs. Dexter left early Wed the Louisville Conference, M. E. Ch., Bloody wars nro raging In llshed in Paris by a small group of the older set I broke into nesday morning for Louisville They S came down from Camp Knox, last Ideas. Cloavo to theso thoughts with this year, and revolutions, rapine every ounce that Is in you nnd let no partly on ethnological lines, partly Central City society last week, by ac- aro expected to return tomorrow, to week end and filled the regular dato' Wo, in our country, agitator, no preacher of doubtful mo on political expediency. and destruction. Tho people cepting membership in tho progres- Centertown, whore they will resido. at the local Church, Sunday morning aro freer than other nations from tives, bhir your virion on these fun- of this country believo that govern sive euchre club.. There wore six taat 11 and again at 7 o'clock at night. tuom and wo must none tho loss bear damentals. Theso aro American. ment should be by consent of the gov- bles, and I had sore difficulty in As A Bsneral proposition the major FISCAL COURT 5IEETS .them lii mind or wo, ,too, liko Europe, Their 'practice is American. portion of the majority of congreerned. Do they realize that in prac- avoiding contusing tho names of tho uimy be whirled Into civil "strlfo. Tho tically no instance in the partition of two dozen now acquaintances. The The Ohio County Fiscal Comt con gations go out to hoar their new Culls Articlo X Death Trap. country ovor thero is gravo unrest. those countries, were the wishes of successive changes in tables added to vened in regular session Tuesday, ad Pastor in his initial discourse In a There is a combination of reckless In"The great issue of the campaign tho inhabitants consulted? that ombarrassing condition. There journing Wednesday. The entire critical sort of mood. It's aort of process, measures are taken, difference and violent oscillations of is the Wilson League of Nations. Liko "Now we havo tho picture of the was an unusual number of stought membership was present. In ad- slzing-u(thought. In a republic tho success all of you, I do not wish to see futuro creation of tho treaty of Versailles women in tho party, and lest I fail dition to the allowance of quite a wo sometimes imagine, of both d I know what war is and of the government depends upon the wars. and flock, and, we feel Sve but L and the leaguo. What would bo tho to recognize on the street any lady I number of claims the Court entered avorago of tho 'people, for tho gov- have threo little boys. There are tho first care of those who had built such mot at the party I have lifted my hat an order authorizing a loan to tho voice tho general sentiment of. tho, ernment is tho average of tho peo- seeds of more future entanglements an edifice? Naturally to provide for to every stought woman I have met Stato, of not to exceed ?40,')00 with local Methodist Community, from th o In that doctrino than there are In anyple When tho average of tho its preservation, and therefore we since, practicing safety first. I kept which to complto th" grading nnd Flock's viewpoint, when we say that are swayed by gusts of violonco, thing of its kind In history. Found- have the famous and infamous Article my score card for future evldonco drainage of the Hartford arSl Owens-bor- o Rev. Frazler made a splendid Im'from one extreme to tho other, a re- ed on injustice, in many instances, X. Article X reads as follows: that I did not win tho "booby" prlzo. Only $5,00'1 of paid pression in the two excellent sermons road. public is in groat danger. When tho and containing Article X, the league 'The members of tho league amount however, to bo appropriated delivered Sunday. Of whatever else avorago of the people tend to act first is a death trap. , I punished myself by Sttendlng during tie remainder of the present Rev. Frazler may possess necossary to respect and preserve ns "Like you, I hoped for many groat against external aggression the ter- another ball game Sunday. The man. year. By this means funds may bo to the qualifications of a successful and think afterwards, look ou,t, for things from tho leaguo. I bad seen ritorial Integrity and existing po- nger is a devil of a nice fellow, and available for pushing this work to pastor, he showed himself to be a there are .rocks ahead, "We, In this country, are essential- the horrors of war. I eagerly read litical independence of till members nmruof study and preparation, pleasI went Just as a courtesy-thim. on early completion. ant in both deportment and delivery. ly home people. Our thoughts in- tho first copy I could obtain of the of the leaguo. In ca.so of any such But the experience reminded me of Rev, Frazler's family will arrlvo-herd stinctively center around the family covenant. I was bitterly disappoint agression, or n Cll80 0f nny KUCi, nttondlng a goose dinner in the long, G. A. Ralib. h! has been from their former home, clrclo, This is fortunate, particularly ed to find thoro, not Justice, but in for ro'-- o two weeks with a threat or danger of aggression, pie long ago. I was then In the heyday at an early dato and will at this time, because, on the, whole, justice not peace, but nlilltary agof love's young dream, and my de- malignant case of typhoid, Is thought bollevo-mereside at the parsonngj. be- and women with chil- - grandisement, and a crowning (Continued on Eighth, Page) voted "M.ary Jano" luvlted me to a to be doing fairly well. 1 Cade-awa- " wlu-oo- wj Ullc-ir.- g. ... ..,. -- . 3--C s; ss jo-aul- ts ry It-s- elf 4 "Ches-torflol- d" Eu--ro- po p shop-her- peo-pl- eon-fint- Ellza-bethtow- n. n 1 12230 Tho fact that I decided the question Is not material but the fact that that LEGALLY DISSECTED minlBtsr whoso words are listened to by his people has boon saying that under such circumstance the United States would havo a vote, when ho Eminent Attorney Brands could havo analyzed and found it ex pressly denied by the Covenant Is of Pact As Only Trouble lmmetiio concern. lie was evidently Breeder. in good faith hut how will ho or hU follower feel when tho analysis does come. No, the United States will have "TTo tho Editor of tho Republican: no voto In decisions where most needIt Is nmnzing to me how many ed. ' Statmonts nro mndo by some sup-- ,. In nnothor part of Articlo No. G it liortars of tho League of Nations, now is provided that nil mnttors of .boforo tho country, which perhaps arc nt meetings of the Assembly iiindo In good faith as to the workings nr Council mav bo decided hv n ma -- of tho Leaguo yet nro without jority vote. As in the construction of Jn fact or supported by the Statutes by our courts, tho langungo ioxt of tho writing Itself. of this Covenant can be transposed Some statements though based on by tho Leaguo in its efforts to ascerfalsa promises nro mndo by speakers tain the meaning and who Is to say with that degree of posltivencss, evi- the decision will diffor from McKIn- dencing sincoroty, and thus so ley's message to Dewey to proceed to to tho listener that the listener wonders what objection there Manila and destroy the Spanish fleet oan be to tho Leaguo In Its present or bo applied to rules of order or form and why wo should not bo in what not?. That eminent authority, the Sufavor of It. Thoso speakers ignore The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once Ford Cars, Trucks and Trac's premo Court of the United States has tho warning of Mr. Lansing, Mr. former secretary of Sato that decided that the word "procedure" tors will be sold F. 0. B. Detroit with the following prices: the people of tho United States do is so broad and comprehensive in its .not know what they will be up against meaning that it Is not used by text If thoy join tho League and the writers as a term of art. Somebody warning Is forgotten by tho speaker's evidently slipped a cog and overlookaudience. Such speakers ignore tho ed that decision; and It is all poppy .rules of construction laid down by all cock to say that the Leaguo would tho courts, that an Isolated word. not adopt such construction or any sentence or paragraph cannot bo pick- construction it decided upon. Even Chassis $360, Coupe Starter and Demountable Rims $745, Sedan Starter and Demounted out and bo relied upon in tho Co- the Supreme Court has decided quesable Rims $795, Truck Pneumatic Tires $545, Tractor $790. nstruction of a writing but that the tions on a division of its judges by tlie figures five to four and plaintiff writing, must be read In all its parts The Ford Motor Co. makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hand .and as one part affects the other, the md defendant won or lost accordingly immediate orders for 146,065 cars and tractors. The company will suffer a tremendous intention of the parties to a contract, and howevor much we fret about it or a Legislature in enacting a statute and question such a decision it reloss while using up the material bought at high-- prices. They are willing to make the mains the law and is enforced by thus bo ascertained. sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as possible and Who amongst us Now it Is solemnly stated that by "proceedure." maintain the momentum of the buying pow .r of the country. Henry Ford says : "The could have foreseen that a combinajoining tho League we will bo kept war is over and it is time war prices were over." There is not sense or wisdom in trying tion alleged to be in restraint of .out of war; that the Monroe Doctrine to maintain an artificial standard of values. For the best interest of all it is time a real, is not disturbed; thatwe will have trade would be decided to be a reasonable trust? practical effort was made to bring the business of the country and the life of the coun4.0 send men, money and munitions to Some persons may differ with foreign countries and numerous oth-try down to regular pre-w- ar standing. "We are at your command with regular Ford but none can deny that our law such matters, which, statements efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders." books are filled with decisions of arc not bourn out by reading tho Htrumont in its entirety and apply our courts transposing, addii'g to or ing the usual rules of construction of taking from the language of an am"Treaties, Statutes, Covenants and oth- biguous Statute to get at its moaner written instruments. Some of thoso ing; and the only appeal from a destatements, made' by men and womeri cision of the League Is by force of of intelligence are positively nauseat-- . arms; and how can we appenl to arm? ing to those who have read the cove- once we have ratified and become nant of the League of Nations and morally and legally bound to the studied its various provisions had Leagues tenets? Senator Borah say "this word, or that sentence or the oth- - that Congress Itself would rarry out those edicts, of the League to which ur paragraph bears or acts upon or we were morally bound, a statement that which precedes or hard to swallow but more than like it. To have a proper conception of it ly true. Pity the thought the U. S s tho true American spirit the word vessels, destruction of American lives mitted to pick out isolated sontrnci's; one ought not accept such statements following tho edict of another. with the bark on. and property and her ruthless war- but the same speech falls to the Somo speakers point to Article 21 m true until the speaker demonstrates A well known lady of Louisville is fare. Itead the language of Congress ground when the text of tho Cov;that ho had read the covenant, that of tho Covenant and In loud tones- reported by the 'Louisville Times of in its Joint resolution declaring war enant and the reservations applying has analyzed it, thai he believes proclaim the preservation of the Mon- September 27 to 'he have used this.Ian-lung- o April 2. 1917., to It were presented to the sprakiv .! statoment to ho true and so roe Doctrine. Let us read that Arat a woman's meeting, "WHEREAS the Imperial German with the demnnd that he read from on his honor. Really the ticle: ataios , "Tho .biggest reason for suppprting Government has committed repeated ..s four cornors and collate all it speaker should submit himself to a "Nothing in this Covenant shall be he Democratic ticket is the League of acts of War, against the Government parts which directly or Indirectly ' to satisfy the mind of the ijulz--jw- r, deemed to affect the validity of in.nuiz of the people of tho Unitod Statos of boar upon any part under discussion ternational engagements, such as "Don't read what Mr. Harding says America: Tho Supremo Court of tho United , Anyone making such statements treaties of arbitration or regional unlbout tho League. His mind must THEREFORE bo it resolved, etc." Statos has ropeatedly decided that tniBlK K uack their up with refer- - derstandings like the Monroe doctrine urely be addled, for he says such Nothing said about world demo- - such Is tho only way to find tho true onaes to the Covenant and' all the for securing the maintenance of liieer uungs t.bcut It. But read the cracy. GERMANY had made war up- - meaning of a writing and that au parts thereof which may aid in the peace." oaguo useir, and you will know why ' on us. thority should be good onough for all. construction, whether they relate diThey do not point out that while it you are for it, for it is so simple Respectfully, And tho wording of that Declararectly or indirectly to the statement "validity" is preserved it does not Plain, isn't it? And so easily said. tion is Important W. W. WATTS. to show that we .made. 1' or instance, it is said that the say that doctrine shall bo construed Not hear tho other side? Again did not go to war for any other rMearoo Doctrine Is preserved. Dors ana applied by the United Statts ho pity of it. The person who would purpose An Agreeable Surprise. than our own defense in tho speaker tell his audience also No, the duty Is upon the League to not do. so would be rated lightly in- war Germany was making upon tho "About threo years ago when I was us thut whilo preserved, tho United say what Is or what is not within deed. And how she finds suffering from a sovoro cold on my it to bo so and wo will not be lured into : States, if it soes Into tho League, will tho validity of that doctrino. simple is. surely mystifying. Ninoty-i- x . surrender to the League, through its in ratification of tho am- lungs and coughed most of tho time If tho United States should object Senators and Secretary of State biguous document of this Loaguo by night nnd day, I tried a bottle of Council and Assembly, the right to to Japan's buying a military and na- Lansing did not find if so. other words of "Sato for Democracy" Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' and scnnstrue and to bay what question is val base In Mexico and seek to apply Wo are further told that our was surprised at tho promptness with or any other catchphrases or helps you get your or Is not within tho- - Monroe Do'-trin- ', the Monroe Doctrine, it would not be which it gavo mo roliof," writes Mrs in tho war was to niako tho New Edison. Stop Dos the spen'cor read frcm tho United States who would decide world safe for democracy. Who sale Now doman-- that speakers confine James Drown, Clark Mills, N. Y. MaSir. Monro yn Tlh MoEbJge to Coa-re- tho question, but the League of Na in and tell us the .. . .1 IITI .v.ioju uuua mo speaKer get His j themselves to the text. Warn the ny another has been surprised and when j "sVhltahiid the Monroe tions would say whether or not the particulars of your pleasod with tho prompt relief afor her authority? Congress declared audloncos that a great spoech may Doctrine, Monroe's words what whilo disputo fell within thoso principles bo cose. It brings war upon Germany becauso of the made about the merits of forded by this remedy. m aympathi'lng with European people, Mr. All will recall that when President . of tho Lusltaula and other son's Leaguo If the speaker is per- their forms of government are not Wilson first came back from France FERRY SYSTEM KOU .like ours and that wo have no con- - a groat howl was raised because of THi; ENGLISH CHANNEL Kiurn with them other tlun friendly or tho failure to properly protect tluj nioutral relationship? Does ho lead Monroe Doctrino. Later Article 21 Since tho prospects for n tunnel those words of President Monroe: was inserted. Read what Senator under tho English channel between "Tho citizens of tho United States Johnson said of it on June 2nd, 1920' for immediate enFrance and England havo becomo cherish sentiments tho most friendly "If an American with the purpose joyment. Hut it a ferry-bosystem has boon in favor of the liberty and happiness of protecting tho Monroe Doctrine doesn't require improposed to relieve tho freight conof Ibeir fellowmen on that side of tho wrote this Article his affection for gestion. This scheme- was suggested mediate payment. Atlantic (Europe.) In tho wars of it was tepid and his alloglanco feeby the success of tho ferry system put thu European powers, in matters re- ble in operation during tho war when lating to themselves, wo have never Ho also said: If tho purpose of three boats in ono year carried Jtakon any pari nor does it comport the man who wrote this profreight cars without mishap with our policy to do so." tection of tho Monroo Doctrino was A tunnel under tho channel, It is Speakers have told their audlonces to placo that Doctrino specifically ostimatcd would cost about 400,000,- thut because in Articlo 5 of the Co- within tho Jurisdiction of tho Leaguo capitalizes thrift and 000 francs. Neithor of the two counvenant a unaminous decision is re- of Nations he succeeded admirably. tries is in a financial condition to unsystematic expendiquired to go to war and tho United But pow see how tho forty-nin- o dertake Its part of such an outlay ture. Let us show States could keep out of war by its Senators voted to protect the Monroo at present and private financiers have tllsagi cement and In caking llio un- -. loctrino. how it stretches your I quote Reservation No. 5: not been found willing to mobilize luiimi'ty. Thoy did not refer to tho income to cover "Tho United States will not submit such a largo amount of capital. qualification of that utiamlnlty in that to arbitration or to enquiry by the sni paragraph in the words at its assembly or by tho Council of the FOR SALE. .iMglnnlng, "Except as hereinafter Loaguo of Nations, provided for In 5 k Durock sows with pigs. provided," nor did thoy then refer Id treaty of peace, any questions Also 2 horses and ono mulo. Will ftoacfc to Articlo i5 to say what that whjch in the judgment of the Uuited sell stock cheap. (fluaUIlcation Is, nor to say that in a Stages depend upon or We can prove to you relate to its CLAUD KING, Hartford. dispute two natlonB, us for instance policy, commonly that it's better VU n It ol States and Japan, neither known as tho Monroe Doctrino; said Chambcrlnlii'fl Cough Remedy. r.would have a vote. doctrino Is to bo interpreted by tho This remedy Is intended especially 'Only Tecently u dispute aroso United States alone and is hereby defor coughs, colds, croup and whoopa well known newspaper man clared to bo wholly outside the Juris, ing cough. From a small beginning .eospel as to whether in event of a dlcation of eald League of E. P. BARNES Nations Its sale and uso has extended to all anid a very prominent minister of the and entirely unaffected by any provi-slo- u & BRO., parts of tho United States and to dispute between thoso two nations, to contalnod in tho said treaty with many foreign countries. This alono ' Beaver Dam. decided by the League, either tiro Cormany." lie la enough to convince ono that it Is a United States or Japan would havo This Is notice to tho world that the uedlclne of more than ordinary merit. They, roferrod the disputo to United Statos will not jjt vote. surrender her Prom Harvov'a Weekly, Olve it a trial and you will find this jtue and I. .decided '"jjiofct positively jurisdiction over that subject and it to bo tho case. m HAGUE COVENANT not." P'i WiM foun--dntl- on -- ng THE UNIVERSAL CAR r4 Reduction in Price of Ford Products Wil--son- Touring $440, Touring Starter $510, Runabout $395, Runabout Starter $465 or thi-vie- -- Beaver Dam Auto Company BEAVER DAM, KY. . fol-Uo- to-w- rgg l0lm I , (Dim, J (Budqd (Blcm parti-Mpatio- n ss h-- ..... Wil-3lnkl- ng The Mudslinger tlw&ibkon, to at - S,-0- 00 full-stoc- tlewr di6cnv en .12. J(B- - .- nmrjmri,. .fc. LOSSES IN MEXICO CREDITED TO II. S. M ndlgofttlon, Illlloiisncxo, Constipation. Calumet Baking Powder (Louisville I!rrF Chamberlain's Tablets havo restorwill save you all of that BeBy Milton Bronner. cause when you use it thero are ed to health and happiness hundreds Damages. London, Oct. 2. Sand Zaghlul who were afflicted with Indigestion, no failures no losses. Every baking is sweet and palatable and of. biliousness and constipation. Pasha, tho Gcorgo Washington If you stays moist, tender and delicious to Egypt I are troubled In this way give them a tho last tasty bite. Wnshlngton, j"t. .. dront fuThis is what Egyptians in the trial. You aro certain to bo pleased That's a big saving but ture probably will, call him, for, un- for they will benefit you. tnln frill shortly demand tlmt the U. m that isn't all. You save when less all signs fair, Egypt Is onco moro mm S. collect more than ono hundred you buy Calumet and you save to bo n free and independent nation, OENTKKTOWN when you use it. million dollars In damages from Mexentering tho Lcaguo of Nations, conico or pay that sum herself, It was ducting her own finances, commandJ. C. Jackson and wife, of LiAln1;-toloarned todny. Hor Jntcntlon to ing her own army and doing practi are visiting relatives hero. cally' all things that an Independent! mnko this issuo is known both to tho Rev. F. A. Sanders returned SunStnto Department and to certain mem. And It will be very' day from Russellvllle, where hi nation docs. BsagggspttInrgcly duo to Znghlul Pasha, leader hers u( Congress. tho nnnunl M. E. Conference. The llrltlsh claims nrc based upon of tho Egyptian Nationalist party. Ho Was reappointed for this work and (jlft From England. ilnningcs to and deterioration of oil wo aro all glad to havo him with uti Egypt's Independence will be a gift again. nnd othpr properties in Mexico, ai from England, a fullflllmcnt of her well ns upon tho murder of William SK S L. P. Loney of Owensboro, was '5& pledges inatio to the Egyptians, even hero a few days last week, on busiDenton, nnd various other Ilrltis'. waas, "BEST - BY'TEST subjects during the past eight years. ns we fulfilled our pledges to tho ness. They will bo followed by Blmilar Cubans. E. J. Condlt and wife, of Llvia, claims from Franco based In a largo The British entered Egypt in 1881 wcro guests of Earl Tlchenor and part upon the spoliation of certain to help restore order. wife, Friday and Saturday. Tho Egyptians wcro excluded from French hanks In .Mexico City and Itisreasonablein cost and Mrs. Nannie Jnmes went to ' Antheir branches in other cities thruout the peace conference. Zaghlul Pasha derson, Ind yesterday, to have her possesses more than the orMexico. and others were named a delegation oyes treated. She was accompanied dinary leavening strength. You pay Calumet In this connection, It Is alleged that to go to Paris anyhow. They got no by her sister, Mrs. M. E. Woodward. less and uso less. You get the most Sun thine Cafee- purity, dependability and in I Recipo surgeons ngrco that In cases of farther than Malta. the Carrania government seized many R. E. Ross visited relatives at Bea14 cup of butter,. millions in gold from thoso banks and Cuts, Durns, Ilrulscs and Wounds tho Instead, Lord Mllner, secretary of ver Dam last week. Wi cups granu- -( In every way it is the best placed It in tho Mexican treasury for First Treatment is most Important. state for tho colonics, was sent to lated sugar, 2 T.JIJ. Benton wns In Louisville a way to keep down bakingcosts. That cups flour, I ctn avowed purpose of hnslng an Is- When an cfflclont antiseptic Is appli- Egypt- - to try to arrange a now con- few days last week, on business. tho is what has made it the world's bigwater, 2 levcE sue of currency upon It Much of ed promptly, thero is jio danger of stitution undor the British protecgest selling baking powder haskept Miss Geneva Minton, of Hartford, teaspoons Calu-m- et it the favorite of millions of housegold was afterward loot 2d from infection nnd tho wuond begins to torate. The mission was practically visited her uncle and family, near this Baking wives for more than thirty years. tho treasury, Ono prominent Me.ti-- 1 heal at once. For uso on mnn or boycotted all over Egypt. The mem-- ! this place last Saturday and Sunday. Powder, 1 teaGood wholesome bakings can be spoon lemon, can officer alone Is said to linvo beast, Dorozono is tho Ideal Antisep- bers were met with a solid demand Mrs. W. A. Rone, of Rison, Ark., yolks of 9 egga. made only of good materials, no brought no less than seven millions tic and Healing Agent. Duy It now for national Independence. is visiting relatives' hero. Then mix in the other way, so use only good baking and bo ready for an emergency. Price to London, sent States, Mllner returned of it to tho United regular way. Everett Tlchenor and family, of powder and good plain flour (not Tho liability of the United SUtcsj25c, GOc. $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by for Zaghlul, and, after numerous con- BIshnor, havo moved to town and aro flour). m ferences, a program has ,been drawn is based by Groat Britain upon tho Ohio County Drug Co. occupying the Mason property. up which Is satisfactory to both load-- , alleged fact that at the time Iienton o j ers. There Is small likllhood of the was shot to death by Villa, she was .METHODIST MIMSTKIl DUKEHURST, OM) ' Mllner report being turned down by DIES AX U YKAltS i about to protect tho lives and pi tho British nnd Egyptian cabinets and of her own nationals when PresiMaster Blllie Greenup, of Calhoun, Pittsburg, Oct. 2. Tho Itev. Albert parliaments. dent Wilson Intervened nnd demandreturned to his home Sunday after ed what to nil intents and purposes A'ogel, 103, well known ns n Methoa 2 weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. British Terms was a mandate over Mexico for Am- dist minlstor in Pennsylvania, Ohio, S. P. Taylor. In brief Milncr agreed that: Indiana and Michigan, died at his Clyde Bartlett, of -- Buford, spent erica. rec"Egypt's Independence shall ho Mr. On thnt occasion, 'Great Britain homo in Jcanette, Pa., today. Saturday night with his grandparents. ognized by Great Britain. went so far as to send her own diplo- Vogel held chag ricsnnp?Yo "Her integrity shall be guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baxley. matic agents to tho border to investi- Yogel held charges in tho four states against out&ldo aggression. Mrs. B. M. Combs and children. gate, but was persuaded to withdraw nnd mndo several evangelistic tours "In return Egypt i. to recognize Ruth and Rose, spent Saturday and them by tio promise that tho United thru tho territory. Ho was born at Britain's privileged position in tho Sunday with Esq. and Mrs. Leslie Ho Germany. States would be responsible for the Nilo Valloy and, in case of war, givo Combs, of Hartford. camo to the United States in 1S29 and Dr. had Mrs. J. B. Tappan and Mrs. situation. English troop3 every facility In EgypAt tho time Great Britain acqules-e- d resided in Washington, D. C, for a tian territory. Florence Allen and daughter,-MisThe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, stated number of years before- - coming to Ambassador Spring-IUc- o "Great Britain Is to bo permitted Sudle, and Miss Emma Park, of liar, in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of that sho "'proposed to reserve her Pennsylvania. to maintain a garrison, probably at ford, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carter, of. ana has been made under his per o resorved rightB." It. Is under such this place, spent Sunday with Mr. H. sonal suPervision Bjnce its infancy,'. When tho chest feels on fire and' Kautara, to protect the Suez Canal. rights that tho British government A. Park and family. . Allow no one to deceive vou in this.. tho throat burns, you have Indiges- , "Egypt shall regain control of her will now press Its claims. Sherlcy Bishop, who has been very foreign relations subject to her not All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but tion, nnd you noed HEUBINE to get That tho United States is well Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of with ill, is better. rid of tho dlsagreeablo feeling. It .making treaties at variance aware of Groat Britain's intention Mr. J. T. Hoagland and son, of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. digested food, British jiollcy. badly week-en- d wit), was mndo clear today when an official drives out "She shall havo her own.diplcmatlc Fordsville, spent the stomach and purifies said this government is ready with a strengthens tho relatives at Clear Run. representatives abroad. They tho bowels. Prlco COc. Sold by tho Castoria is a harmless substitute forCastor Oil, Paregoric complete set of counter-claimMr. T. M. Baughn and family spent "Tho various governmental minism Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. are based in large part upon" British Ohio County Drug 'Co. Saturday and Sunday with relatives It contains tries shall be run by Egyptians witho neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its. depredations upon American comout British advisers, unless specifical- in tho Wiefcingt.m vicinity.' age is its guarantee. For more than thirty yeajs it has HEKCH VALliKY. merce at sea. Mr. C. F. Ewlng and family left ly nsked for by tho Egyptian governbeen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, began wltn Theso dopredations this week for Owensboro to make ment." "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising; Wo are having some flno weather soizuro of the Standard Oil- - ship --- ; their home. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids, continued now, and tho fnrmors aro busy with In 1114, nnd Brindolla. Mi's Tina Midkiff nnd Mr. Arthur Constipation. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. Laws, of near Hartford, spent Saturwithout intormisslon until tho United their fall work. Tho beginning of almost every seThe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Mr. Ira Mldklff happened to rather rious disorder is constipation. States entered tho war. At one time If you day night and Sunday the guests' of no fower than six hundred cargoes a serious accident last Saturday af- want to enjoy good health keep your Mr. and .Mrs. Stinson Fark. wcro at Issue. Ono group of seizures ternoon, bygetting his leg broke. He bowels regular. This is best accomSir. and Mrs. Arthur York and was cutting logs in tho Ralph's bot- plished, by proper diet and exorcise, Rogers York were here recently for alono was valued at $25,000,000. Each was protested by tho State toms. Dr. J A. Duff, of Dundee, but sometimes a medicino Is needed a. brief visit with their parents, Mr. the Signature of Department and Great Britain was was called nnd sot the broken limb, and when that Is tho case you will and Mrs.' J. W. York. cvontually notified by the President and he is getting along nicely now. Mr Ira Allen and family left last find Chamberlain's Tablets are excelMr. and Mrs. SV. A. Taul and chil- lent. They aro mild and gentle in week for Chicago, where they go to she would bo held 'strictly responsible" for her act. When tho contro- dren spent Sunday with their parents, their action, easy and pleasant to make their future home. versy was at Its height, America be- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ralph, of ; take. Give them a trial. They only came a belligerent. ROSINE. quarter. m cost a Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller spent Packers Settle Claim. One group of American interests, Thursday night ,wlth their parents, EVIDENCE OF PREHISTORIC Tho people hero aro very busy at tho packers, have settled their claim Mr and Mrs J. L. Patton, of Ralph's. INHABITANTS IN TEXAS this time, harvesting their crops and Kind You Have Miss Lillio Fulltnm, of Patesvlllo, with Great Britain but the aggregate making molasses. ' THE CINTAUW COMPANY, MTKW VOHK CITY, claims, it was stated, spent from Thursday until Saturday of unsettled Mr. Leslie Kuykendoll has sold his Prof. J. E. Poarco ,of the Universiruns into hundreds of millions of with her aunt, Mrs. M E. Mlllor. property to Mr. Tom Ragland and ty of Texas and other scientists in Mr. Lee P. Miller and mother, Mrs. tho past year havo been delving Into has purchased property from Tom dollars. Sonntor Fall is credited with being M. E Miller spent Sunday with Mr. burned-roc- k mounds or kitchen "mid- Brown. Mr. Brown will go to Tom SAVEDEN AND PROHIBITION THE MOON'S PHASES. tho best Informed member of Con- Huydcn Weslerfiold and family, of dens" plies of broken, blackened Crowder's farm. gress on Mexico. He expressed belief Narrows. Mr. William Combs met with an along tho Edwards bits of limestone Tho Infant baby of Mr. and Mm. plateau in Texas. Prof. Pearco con- accident this week, ho was hauling - An English newspaper explains tho that Great Britain nnd Franco will Tho Swedish government commitboth demand payment of vast sums Arnold Mldklff, has been very sick.' cludes that tfho region wjis Inhabited some goods from tho depot and ono changes in the appearance of the tee appointed in 1911 to study tho Most everybody spent tho day Sun- in prehistoric times by a race of men of his horses fell dead. from the Unltod States. . moon observed from tho earth as re- liquor question has mado a report in fully recognlzo" Bald tho sena- day viewing tho balloons as they differont from the Indians whom tho "I Mr. Dowey Alford and Miss Anna sulting from variations in tho earth's which H is recommended that wo nccopted passed over. tor, "that nj. tho time Europeans found when they reached May Edwards got married Saturday content of beverages be uor 'this mnndalo.mattors were Very grave Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Mldklff, of tho New World. Thoy evidently woro evening. Listen and you will hear "shadow" thrown on tho statelllto by allowed to exceed 2.8 per cent, In thu part Ralph's, spent Saturday night and for us. Any Interference on tho the sun. This is a common miscon- report a reference was mado to tfm nomadic in their Jiabits, roaming of others yet. of Groat Britain in Mexico would Sunday with Mr. J. R. Mldklff and from one part of tho wilderness to anMr. Jesse Crowdor, of Louisville, ception. Everyone who understands splendid results of prohibition fa havo been very embarrassing. But I family, of Palo. even the rudiments of astronomy America " Eight of the committee-member- s other and killing animals and hu- is now home, on vacation. could never understand when tho ( Mr. and Mrs. Zack Greer, of noar mans for food, using rude stone weaMr. Nuto Daiighorty is no better knows that when tho earth's shadow woro prohibitionists; tha President gave assurances to Great Foidsvllle, havo moved Into Mr. Wid pons. and suffering very much. is thrown on the moon wo have a other five made a dissenting report. why he did not give simllnr Taul's place. Britain, Mr. Andrew Alford was at Hartford lunar eclipse. The moon is a dead Thoy had arrows and spears tipped It was also proposed that tho question-oam assurances to Japan. orb and would be totally dark but with flint points, chipped but not last weok, courting. absolute prohibition bo s'nbmlttouT on the border at the time "I was Rev. W. H. Pierce filled his ap- for tho light thrown on It by tho to popular vote and be adopted It They polished, says Prof. Pearce. GREAT YEAR FOR WINE nnd wired tho President that I saw sun. When it Is between us and the threo-flfth- s did not engago In any form of agri- pointment hero Sunday. are in favor. Sweden had' trouble ahead unless he Included sun the unllluminated side of it is to- wartime prohibition. Iteports have como that tho year culture. However they woro apparInJapan. That country had vast ward us and therefore we see noth1920 will stand out as a banner year ently skillful skin dressers, ns flint GOVERNMENT KEEPS HER terests in Mexico. TOBACCO TRADE ing of Jt. This is tho new in tho production of wino In Franco. scraping tools have boon found. Tho "My telegram was ignored nnd Strange to say, this was prophesied fact that they were cannibals is moon, As tho satellite moves thru within a few weeks, a Japanese bat In a popular Bong 40 years ago. It shown by human bones found in their ! It has been officially denied that its orbit, changing its position relaMany Ills Due To Catarrh tleship appeared off tho west coaBt to la cviaiiml Mint ihn nrlnAB nt Hin rubbish heaps, split open so that tho tho French government contemplates tive to the earth, a portion of its ilThe mucous membranes throughgivo her subjects the protection- - we selling tho tobacco monopoly of the luminated surfaco becomes visible. grad(m wn bQ oators could got at tho marrow. out the body aro subject to catarrhal had failed to offer.' couutry to Americans for $40,000,-00- 0. This portion increases from night to congestion resulting in many serious The kitchen mlddoris of theso thnt the largo Bupply will offer a complications. Consldorablo opposition to the 'night until the moon reaches a point Texans aro behoved to bo the dressing for flesh great attraction to thousands fo AmA valuable only things of tho kind in America, project was Hhown by members of directly behind us, when Its whole Iltourists next year. PE-RU-N- A wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, erican although such remains, have been the chamber of deputies who rely on luminated surfaco Is toward us and chafed skin, is Ballard's Snow LiniWell Known and Reliable All you who havo torpid liver, weak found in other parts of the world. tho granting of tobacco shop privi- It appears as a full round disk the ment, It Is both healing and antiseppayment for full moon, ' From this time tho ilCoughs, colds, nasal catarrh, sfora-ac- h per digestion or constipated bowels look They aro mado up for the most part leges to their friends in Prico 25c, 50c and $1.00 tic. and bowel troubles among the? out for chills. The season is here of kitchen refuse. At those sites political aid. Though tho ready mon- luminated portion is gradually turnmost common diseases duo to catarrh', bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug ey was tempting, tho people in gen- ed away from us until at length none al conditions. n and the air is full of the disease germ. camps 'were Ipcated. In the conter Company. A very dependable remedy after The best thing to do is to get your was a great fireplace with huge slabs eral never looked with favor at tho Is visible. m protracted sickness, tho grip or Sjaa- liver in good condition jind purify of limestone laid over It to servo as prospect of having their tohaqco buREQUEST FOR GERMANS Is a good medicino to (HUNT AIRSHIPS REFUSED the stomach and bowels. HEHBNE a primitive kind of stove on which siness turnod over to foreigners. The Is tho right remedy, it answers tho these prehistoric pooplo cooked their government makes a big profit on tohave on baud for emergencies. FLETCHER'S FOR &H nrjuLut. bacco and this Helps to reduce taxaTaUtbpr Up! Washington, Oct. 2. Germany purpose completely. Price 60c. Sold meat. " 'IN USE PUTV YEARS m After concluding the work of'cx- - tion. Airship Company, liy Ohio County Drug Co. tJ thru tho Zeppelin -n, France And Britain Claim Millions In Way Of has requested permission of tho Commission on Air Control In Germany to construct two giant airships for use in international trado between tho United States nnd Qcr- mnny. According to advices rccolvoil horo in official circles, tho request was tcmpornrlly rofuscd. Kcgotlationb with tho commission Included tin effort to obtain sanction for Germany to retain a certain proportion of hor nirplnno, seaplane and airship stations for use In Internatraffic. Lists of tional nnd Intor-stnt- e nil air stations woro prepared, by tho tier man nlr officials. Thcro aro said to bo approximately COO public nnd private stations of which tho Germans hoped to retain somo 20 po cent. Germnn airship authorities aro convinced of tho future. International commercial possibilities of giant airships and aro making overy effort to savo as many as possiblo for Germnn use. Somomombcrs of tho Intcr-AlllAir Commission wcro said to favor establishment In Germany of n few stations for tho uso of international aircraft. Commercial airship interests in Franco nnd Great Britain, however, were described as anxious ;t0(el(iy for 8eVoraI years the recovery of the giant airship Industry In Germany. EGYPT LIKELY TO' BE FREE ONCE MORE Jyonl Mllner Draws Un Term Provltl Inn For Liberation Of Egyptian ;. plorlng theso mounds It Is planned to Investigate the "funeral mounds" In oastorn Texas. These, according to' Prof. Poarco, were left by an entirely different race of pcoplo who lived at a different period. a.WLwmm.n.m.iuiimi,i i.iuj.ulali taumJUMiMUiiiiaBwroiMB ,1 WHAT you lose costs it has to be paid for. thru baking failure must be added to baking ' - SfcfeJ cd whole-somene- self-risin- g -- on-or- ty I ChildE esi Cry foi Fletcher's it wf' ffclllTilT k ll Just-as-good s &ftts s. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS yEears Sun-nydal- o. In Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought The 8 f pro-histo- i Children Ory CASXO.RJA ,The Hartford nAivrFonn Republican Published Weekly Jiy Incorporated rmxiixa company W. S. TIXSIiHV, Kdltor nnd lliif.lne.oa Manager. Entered according to law at the .rostofflec, .Hartford, Ky., as wall matter of the second class. Address The. nil communications to Hartford Ropubllrnn. Democratic papors, amongst which tho Hartford Herald have been publishing what they delight in tormlng A. J. Carroll's denunciation of Senntor Harding for whnt ho said in a talk to a Chicago Major League Base Bnll Club in a visit to his home recently, viz: that tho American team played badly when it got on a, TELEPHONES or the, foreign field. Shades of JuN GO Farmers Mutual das! Everybody who cares to know, 123 Cumberland and all should know or keep silent, and not maliciously put words into a OCTOBER 8 man's mouth who never uttered anyFRIDAY. . . .x . . , thing that could possibly bo construed as alleged by this fellow Carroll REPUBLICAN TICKET. and Joyously repeated to tho world thru a maligning press. Carroll knew, and the papers publishing that tom- Imyrot and popycock of Carroll's knew, that what Harding said was in direct reference to tho team captained by Woodrow Wilson, who essayed to appoint himself to represent Am erica, tho team who played around the Peace Table In Franco, nnd the selfsame team who undoubtedly threw the game, the team who took from China tho Provlnco of Shantung and thirty millions of helpless Chinese , and bodaclously gave them to Japan. No Avord was uttered or im-- 1 plied that could liave in .any sense ' 1 connected what Harding said with For President WARREN G. HARDING. the American Soldiers. It is pur? misrepresentation, silly twaddle, utFor Vice President CALVIN COOLIDGE. tered without foundation and from a For U. S. Senator reasonable standpoint, the man who RICHARD P. ERNST. believes Harding as a candidate made For Congress that statement about our Soldiers JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. ought to consult a specialist, or look under his bed at night before retiring. The headline, following "thi3 for President as folU. article in the Herald reads "Wilson Is ono thing, but wheii the Has a Good lows: S. Sonato does a bit of Stomach," It is well, he should have on its own account, in the eyes to be placed 'neath that stuff. of Wilson and Cox, it becomes a parti-Bapolitical OLIGARCHY. CENTRAL GROVE. Is NOTICE TO SUIISCIIIIJEIIS Subscribers desiring the paper sent fa a new nddress must glvo tho old address In ranking tho Kqucst. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c jor line, and 8c per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards of Thanks, lc per wiril, and 60 for each head lino and slgnautro, money In advance. Church Notices for services freo, le per but other advertisements, word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. of all times to a successful conclusion nnd then In the next breath declare that Republicans aro equally to blamo for tho wanton waste bf funds nnd tho enormous amount of money spent during tho war. As proof conclusive, they refer to tho mnttar of Pershing as hcucf of tho army, Vnderllp, whoso solo business mm incuiiff iu nin W113 10 iiuvmu wuy each and all of tho loans, ho had nothing on earth to do with the spending. Hoover too, Is cited ns another Re-- I publican connected with tho business and .his. duties had to do with food questions only. In other words tho Democrats tako all credit for the wnr nnd Its winning, but very generously do they allow credit to Republicans for tho waste of money. tratlon prosecuted tho greatest war ILLIKEN SHOES . The Wonder Shoe of The 20th Century ' Give the Kiddies Feet a Tf eat Theycannot pinch but sure to tickle. If children's feet could talk they would always call for BILLIKEN SHOES Mothers, your children's school shoes should provide ample protec. tion from the weather; should be comfortable to their tender feet; should be neat in appearance, and should give service in proportion to their cost. V X ) are America's most successful shoes for chil dren; made in all weights of leathers to suit any purpose; Browns and Blacks in all sizes. A trial of one pair will wed your children to Billiken Shoes. illiken hoe . E. P. BARNES . BR.O. KSC "Ex-Soldi- er n, jlxHn'"'' . Beaver Dam, Ky. gbsm&&imm CLEAR RUN. in Evansvillo during the summer Is 'no better. W. Murray Crane who recently passed away marks tho going of a most remarkable character in American life and politics. He served 12 years in the United States Senate, from Massachusetts, and it is said of liim, that he said less and did more than any member of the Senate in its history. "BUT BOYS GET THE MONEY" next to the Cox notice, is the most prominent appeal, on the front page of the Herald this week. They have a right to ask for funds, but what looks bad Is that you are ''damned if you do and I'm blessed if c I do." Raising all that can be used ought to bo an easy matter with their manner of assessment and the hundreds of to assess. thousands of office-holders If Wilson and Cox wl3h to sacrifice therasolves upon tho altar of Imaginative idealism wo presume that to be their own business, but whpn it comes to making tho United States of America tho Sacrificial Goat it is a different proposition, and we devoutly thank Providence for tho Senate- - Oligarchy standing as an unsurmountablo wall between the pcoplo and t'hQ devouring Altar that - ., i Woodrow built, -- The frost which fell hone Friday sec- night damaged some of the late cane Most of the farmers of this tion havo finished housing their to- and tobacco. Mr. Forest Kirk and family are bacco and aro now busy with molasvisiting relatives In Daviess County, ses making etc. Miss Azale Bennett, of Chapman, this week. Mr. Charlie King and family, of spent Tuesday night with Misses Nel-ly- c Barnett's Creek, visited Mr. Christoand Alma Roeder. Otis Roeder Martin Is very pher Hoover's family, Sunday. Little Messrs. O. R. Tinsley, Jesse Taysick. Han-leBertye Everly of the Pt. lor, Clarence Hoover and James Miss with their wives and together Pleasant country, spent last weekceleend as the guest of Miss Locket Ford. children, attended the birthday Louis Trogdon's, near Mr. Garfield Rowe and family have bration at Mr. Pleasant Ridge, last Thursday. It lioved to Centertown. Mary Lee, eight year old daughter was a surprise dinner given in honor E. M. Ford, was bad- of Mrs. Trogdon. of Mr. and V Robert Crow, of Heflln, is ly burned . Friday by scalding a few days with Mr. Earl Thom- hot water. services for the late Birch asson, of this place. Funeral Miss Dana Fuqua, of Hartford, who Martin will be held at Central Grove is teaching tho Bell's Run School, Sunday, Oct. 24 at 2- o'clock p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Barnard left took suddenly ill Friday and was unSaturday for Denver, Colo., where it able to return to school Monday. Mr. Elvis C. Funk, who was sent Is hoped Mrs. Barnard's health may from hero to a Government Hospital Improve. y, - Mr. Lonnle Wade and family visited relatives at Magan Sunday. Mr. Hardin Lee Hoovr and family-moved from this place to Beaver Dam, Friday. , nri F.OSIXE. Mr. Newt Daugherty.is slowly improving. Mr. Bennie Johnson and wife havo moved home, with congratulations from every ono who knows them. Mr. William Combs was hauling a load of goods from tho depot to his storo and one of his horses foil dead Mrs. Gordon Cox is visiting Mrs. Tom Crowder. inis i-IShoo e is a DiuiKen 'Ttas SH 4 II i u A Shoe Without a Nail rc"T3an? w f K!LiiK2! I " I I o FOR SALE. 20,000 feet of boxing lumber, S and ;0 feet long. About 2,000 feet of dimension lumber. Price $2.50 and $3.00. Homo phono No. 10. J. B. YORK, Olaton, Ky. 14thp .HH-4K-4- " j Four years ago, whllo hundreds of American men, women and children wero being murdorcd by Germany upon tho high seas, Wilson was busy keeping us out of war, and securing another election for himself. This year they aro at it again, only this iline thoy aro to keep tho world out of war forever and eternally, and lncldently, thero is another election on. Burned children dread fire and aro not to bo caught whllo tho smell of the recent continuation hangs yet heavily upon their garments. Our good friend, tho Herald, In a four colmun appeal for Democratic campaign funds says they liavo no Idea of matching millions with Re publicans, but they are much in need 'of lcgltlmnto funds. Now that is Just what we havo been saying during all of this boodlo accusing harangue. TALK! Coal is so high that it behooves everybody to practice the most rigid economy in its use. An open fireplace or a poor stove consumes a lot of fuel and gives but little heat. We have customers who sealed up their open t, Hot Blast Heatgrates and purchased our ers in order to get more heat and cut expenses, that too when coal was 100 per cent cheaper than now. See our line of heaters, Stoves and Ranges. We can save you money. This is not idle talk. Air-Tigh- not even the tiniest nail to hurt little feet. No stiff, clumsy soles to tire the little feet. No shapes to cramp the growing toes. Perfect little shoes for YOUR kiddie made according to nature's demands plus the good common-sens- e ideas of the maker. High and low styles for children, misses and growing girls. THINK OF IT ill-favo- Priced according to size. The best shoes for children we ever saw. Sold exclusively at this store. rupt purposes, whllo thoy, tho From their standpoint and charges the Republican funds aro for corDemo- crats proclaim with long faces, solemn and holy airs, that their funds aro only for LEGITIMATE purposes. 'Democrats never fall to point with ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ff'"Tftn r f TTTTTT-rrT1 T Carson Co. Hartford, Kentucky. (&. H f ,3RIDE to the fact that the Adniinis- - thMWWMM''44 nov I! C Truman, 6f Fordsville, was in iovn Monday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hon Lowls, ot Oweus-ioro,Bp5nt Wednesday All from hero, Thursday II, c until guests ot Mr, lf(fiU!S' and Mrs. S. A. l5raio!i'r ml l.OS'f Pair of cyo tjslm. ini'co case, on Rout? 2, Braver Dam, or in Hnrtford. Please return to . SHARER, T I .Mil) Hartford, Ky Miss Anna Rhea Carson loft Wed- nesday for Louisville, whero sho goes to ontor the Conservatory ot Music. Miss Carson will spend tho winter J?'wpk mv n xn1 w flit ii , there. Goebel Wilson, of the Motor Transport service, 1st. division, recently located at Camp Knox, with his division, has been transferred to Camp OCT. 2nd to . OCT. 9th (rv yj4- - r . .i'ia tkiwi OCT. 2nd to bj s rv- - Dlx, N. J. OCT. 9th Bring mo your Junk and get your fertilizer, seeds and farming implements. 13t3 D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Reaver Dam, Ky. Millinery Department a E. L. Bulllngton, u The time is here for your Fall Headwear. So far the season has been one of unusual rush, but every day adds to this Department the newest that can be found in the market. You can visit us, and find exactly what you want, and you will also find that our prices always correspond with the quality given. La., visit Mr. best ot Oak Orovo, to arrived hero last week-en- d THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS old friends nnd acquaintances. Bulllnlgton has' not been in tho of health recently. Mrs. C. Ross Bennett and little son, of McHenry, left Tuesday for Chicago, 111., to Join Dr. Bennett who is taking a special course in, children's diseases, In that City. Misses Flora and Esther McDonald, of Bellealr, Ohio, aro visiting thoir Uncle, Mr. Isaac Foster and Mrs. Foster and their aunt, Mrs. R. D. Bennett and Rev. Bennett, ot this place, and other relative in Beaver Dam. . Wright, Dr. W. L. Lawlace, (J. C. C. Carter, Jesse Harris, Buel Mld-kif- f, of Narrows and Narrows R. 2, Elmer Miller and J. R. Wilson, of Water Glass Test Come and see this amazing exhibition. Being held in thousands of towns and cities by Silent Alamo dealers during National Farm Light & Power Week. We are celebrating this great event in this vicinity. We are showing why the Silent Alamo is the most highly perfected plant ever built. We are proving it in our big Coats and Coat Suits In connection with our Millinery Department you will see the greatest line of Coats and Coat Suits to be found in our city or county. All kinds of materials, all styles, all sizes. Would appreciate a look whether you care to buy or not. Pjublic Demonstration of the famous Olaton, lers at this office while attending the wro sonie of tho many cal- roAir gaggssgresaaassnYy'ffftyra Mitin .a&z&$&! aza speaking hero Monday. Association Tho Par'r.t-Teachwill hold lt3 regular meeting at the School building this afternoon at 3 o'clock. A laluablo picture, donatL. Felix, is to bo ed by Mrs. f) tie room having the largest representation present. or FARM ELECTRIC POWER AMD LEGKT PLANT Every farm home should linvo electric power and light. Why put it off? Sec tho Silent AInnio during this bpcclal occasion. So perfectly designed that it operates continuously without being anchored to a special foundation. Absolutely free from Ruinous Vibration as proved by tho water glass posltle, ctllcicnr, dependable, test. Built to economical light ami power service. Seo it r pro-sent- ed go '"H'W,4MH'M'4,4,M-M,- J Messrs. Glenn Barnes of this place, and Paxton Casebier, of Beaver Dam, left Wednesday by auto, for San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Barnes is to spend tho coming winter in tho Lone Star State, while Mr. Casebier will return In tho course of a few weeks Dr. and Mrs. Roy Roland Washer, of Omaha, Nobr., arrived Sunday, to visit Mrs. Washer's mother, Mrs. Jo-si- e Duke, and other relatives at Dundee and Hartford. Dr. Washor will icturn home the last of this week while This. Washer will rorcaln four or five weeks. The Standard Paint and Lead Works v . OCTOBER 2nd TO OCTOBER 9th other lighting plant hns ever duplicated tho water glass test. Expert Engineers have (raided many miles to view it. No Beaver Dam Milling Co. Beaver" Dam, Ky. IIIIIBIII CLEVELAND, O. pmrmlptfl line of House Paint. Barn Paint. Roof A A X - Pnirircs , Flnnr Paints., Varnishes. Shimrle Stain. Oils,. i .j. IMBMB rjnnrlvpnr Liouid Cement. Guaranteed TEN YEARS. Every gallon guaranteed. Sold direct to consumer. Etc. Write or call, I C. D. THAXTON, Sales Manager FtT1 Jh44"W4mH,J,HH,HHH,'H'i The Hartford FRIDAY Republican OUTOUEIt 8 Wo pay cash ovory day for eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS 4 Mrs. D. II. Barnes was the weok-en- d 'guest ot her sister. Mrs. C. M. Bryant, of Olaton. Miss Mary Render, of Contortowu. was the guest Monday and Tuesday, of friends and relatives hero. BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Fresh Oysters at TAYLOR'S fi Northern Rye, Timothy, Red Top, and Clover Seeds. Tho best on the W. E. ELLIS & BRO. market. E. Clay Brown is spending a few Miss Lureno Collins, ot Greenville, spent Sunday horo with her parents. days with his parents, Squire and Mrs. Q. B. Brown, ot Simmons. WANTED --Tie Hackers, will furnish living quarters. Apply to HAROLD HOLBROOK', All kinds of rough lumber for sale. Hartford, Ky. 3tt Seo HAROLD HOLBROOK, Hartford, Ky. 7tt J I! Thomas, Editor of thi Argus, place, made wltn a forty of friends, camo up from J. Y. Hagerman, of this a business trip to Loltchfleld tho first Control City, Monday, to cttjnrt the speaking. " ot this week. Mrs. Isaac Shown, ot Nocreek, was Misse3 Ruth and Hettie Riley, of ErOwensboro, wera tho guests Sunday the guest of her daughter, Mrs. nest Morris and Mr. Morris, a few ot relatives hero. dnys this week. Cqlonles Italian 20 .. FOR SALE Arnold LlkensfalssoB1 Bessie Clark, standard hives. Bees in Margaret and Mary Marks, Mrs. 'Gil-moEC1C RIAL. lltf Kcown and Mrs. Rowan went to Owensboro last Friday Dam, Mr. Claud Llles, of Beaver office while In and attended tho automobile races ,wa8 a visitor at this ' ' I Qnturrlnv. wi town on business, Saturday. c i re Hol-brofct-f- 'Misses Cllffio Folix and Elizabeth Mooroyjpent Saturday In Owensboro. ok ' i Oct. 27. Mr. Henry Y. Taylor and son, John, Rockport, Wednesday, Oct. 27. guests of Maceo, wero the week-en- d Beaver Dam, Thursday, Oct. 28. of Mr. Taylor's daughter, Mrs. How- Simmons, Saturday, Oct. 30. ard Ellis and Mr. Ellis. Young Mr. Render, Saturday, Oct. S0. Taylor, who was afflicted with a, malignant case of "flu" while In serLIGHT AND WATER NOTICE vice during the war has not quite regained his former condition, and Notice is hereby given that the Is arranging to enter the U. S. GovKentucky Light and power Company, ernment hos,pUal at Evansvlllo, Ind., incorporated, is not able to operate for treatment. under tho burden of high taxes and high prices and that on the 31st day "SOME" SWEET POTATO of December, 1920., It will discontinue Dr. G. B. Dockery, of Beaver Dam, furnishing both light and water, and champion corn growor, now comes to will dlsmantlo its plant, and the corthe front with a "Jumbo" sweet pota- poration will bo dissolved. to. Ho brought one specimen to the M. L. HEAVRIN, President. Republican office Wednesday which ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. weighed four younds. It Is ot the E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. variety known as the Porto Rico, of September 25, 1920. 13tf a rich cream color and said to bo extra in quality. If any of our readers DENTAL NOTICE. can beat Dr. Dockery, and desire n Now is tho time to have your Den- place in the hall of famo, Just fetch on I al work attended to. Winter is com your "taters." ing with ran and snow which makes old teeth ncho and abscess. Abscess, NOTICE v ed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" aro dangerous. You are continually swallowing Tax-Payer- s. Each this deadly poisoned pus. To I, or one of my deputies will be at nouthful of food carries this Infection the following places on tho follow- into the stomach. It Lowers vitaliing dates, for tho purpose of collect- ty which Invites cancer ot the mouth, throat nnd stomach,' Diphing taxes: Pneumonia, theria, Tuborculosis, FprdsvlUe. Saturday, Oct. 16. Influenza, Typhoid, Brights DJsease, Heflln, Monday, Oct. 11. Iheumatism, Anooinla and even death Buford, Tuesdaj Oct. lis, frequently results from continually Bell's Run Wednesday, Oct. 13. swallowing pus. Taffy. Thursday, 0jt. 14 A mouth containing decayed teeth Magan, Tuesday, Oct. 12. b a poisonous laboratory, which sends Monday, Oct. 11. Ralph, a host of bacteria Into the elementary Roslner Saturday,. Oct. 9. tract. They multiply rapidly thus Monday, Oct. 18. Arnold, gain access to tho lymphatic system Balzetown, Tuesday, a. in. Oct. 19, and aro carried to the distant organs. Select, Tuesday, p. m., Oct. 19. Soft spongy and bleeding gums give Cromwell, Wednesday, Oct. 20. warning ot approaching abscesses. 22. Prentiss, Friday, Oct. Lady Attondent. Taylor Mines, Saturday, Oct. 23. Yours respectfully, McHenry, Saturday, Oct. 23. DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Horse Branch. Monday, Oct. 18. Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky Narrows. Wodnesday, Oct. 20. ' . pfice opens 8:30. a. m., closes i Sulphur Springs, Monday, Oct. 25; p. m.', promptly. , , Olaton. Tuesday, Oct. 19. Wysox, Wednesday, i iajBB MB MteJ CM Government ARMY GOODS SALE have rented the Warehouse known as "Norths em Methodist Church," on Third Street, and have'a large supply of Shoes, Blankets, Horse Covers, Woolen Suits, Hats,. Socks, Rain Coats, Comforts, Woolen Shirts, Gloves, O. D. Blankets, Wrapped Leggins, Blanket Overcoats, Sweaters, Overalls, O. D. Overcoats, Bed Ticks, Wagon Tongues, Tail Gates, Brake I Beams, Etc. f All Wonderful Bargains BEAVER DAM, KY. J. H. ADDINGTON, Manager. ,, y i' FARM DEPARTMENT. Slake Good , Dlsdici As Hub Mltutcs I'or ."Meal. Cowpens have a plcaalng flavor as well ns a high nutritive value. Dried cowpeas used for cooking should bo eonked (or 12 hours. As they aro apt to forment they should bo kept In a cool place during tho soaking period. Tho following recipes for their uso nre recommended by the Home Economics Kitchen of tho V. S. DepartCoHpcn-. 30 PER CENT OF PRICE IN TAXES Stoto Manufacturer Clearly Kliows Chicago, Oct. 2. How Income, profits nnd other fcdoral taxes havo Increased prices Is shown In a ," FORDSVILLU. graphic wny by Stanhopo Donl, nresl-doHartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. II. Jones. qf n stovo nnd rango company 1st Monday In March 11 days Clork Olla Cobb. in Plqun, O. Com'th. nnd Civil. Uoal in a statement made hore toPolice Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. day shows Hint 30 per cent ot the Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Marshal Ornnt Pollard. days retail price of a kitchen stovo Is due With LOCAti APPLICATIONS, as tliey 1st Monday in July 12 cannot reach tho seat ot tho disease Com'th. nnd Civil. of Agriculture: ment to taxes. Ho says this was tho con- Catarrh Is a local dlsense, preatly In12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR Mondny in September Cream rtf Cmvpcn Soup. clusion reached after an extenslvo fluenced by constitutional conditions, and 3d FOR PRESENT YKAIt In order to cure It you mutt tako nn Hot Wilier Treatment, for Smut Civil. 1 tablespoon butter. study of tho question by expert internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi12 dayi In many Instances loose smut, or cine la taken Internally and nets thru 4th Mondny in November 1 tablespoon flour. employed by his concern. tho blood on the mucous surfaces of the County Board of Education E. S. ns it is generally known to farmers, Com'th. and Civil. 2 cups. milk. system. Medicine wns "An average, medium priced range, prescribed Hall's Catarrh best physicians ' by one of tho Howard, S. S. O. C. blasted heads of wheat, cause con- selling 1 teaspoon sugar. to tho consumer for $120, rep- In this country for years. It Is comCOUNTY COUIIT. siderable loss. As it does not affect cowpeas (green or dried) posed of some of the best tonics known, Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. 1 cup resents taxes to tho extent of $36," is combined with somo ot ,tho best blood Meets first Mouday In each month. tho quality of the grain the losses are A few drops onion Juice.' of perfect Routo C. Boal'n statement. This covers at lcnsl purifiers. Tho In Hall's'combinationMedi Judges Mack Cook. tho Incredlents Catarrh not appreciable, but sometimes they Salt. 40 applications of taxes from raw cine Is what produces such wonderful Div. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. results In catarrhal conditions Send for Melt tho butter, add the flour, and rango as high as 10 per cent. "Tho concern that, mines Its own testimonials, free. Clerk "W. C. Blankcnsblp. Div. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Dun-de- c. not to Looso smut cannot be controlled ' cook thoroughly, being careful J. CHENEY material to the finished product. P.All DrucBists, & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. brown It. 'Add tho milk and bring by formalin or Milestone treatment Iron oro pays six different tnxes, na Hall's Family 75c. for constipation. Pills E. S. Howard. Superintendent Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. tho mlxturo to tho boiling point. Put ns tho smut spore hns germinated nnd do all corporutlcns, as follows; int Jailer Worth TIchenor. tho peas through a sieve; add peas grown into tho seed and it exists come tax and excess profit tax, federDiv. No. 5 Otis Slovens, Beaver-DaTAFFY D. E. Word. lax Commissioner nnd seasonings o .tho milk and re-- ( there as a tiny smut plant. It can be al' capital stock tax, thrco per cent Surveyor C. S. Moxley. If too thick, add milk or wa- - destroyed only by a treatment known war tax on freight, state capital stock heat. Coroner E P. Itodgors. Farmers have about finished Div. No. C Nat Lindlcy, Center-tow- n. ter. Servo with croutons made by as the' modified hot water treatment. tax, state nnd county tax, city or mu tobacco and nro now busy har- ' FISCAL COURT. Seating buttered bread In tho oven This treatment ls"Tather difficult to nicipal tax. fVcsting their other crops. County. Board ot Examinors: E. S. until it Is brown, and cutting it Into give, and it Is too expensive for the Meots first Tuesday In April and How I'nxes Are 1'ald. Tho protracted, meeting closed at Howard, I Mrs. Blrdio Midklff an treatment of seed for tho entire email pieces. tnxes aro paid tho Baptist church Tuesday night October. "Those six difforcnt I crop. It is practical, however, to use Ira Jones. Hopping John. In turn by tho transportation, com with two additions to the church. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute. Sent. 13th 1 quart of dried co .vpeas over it In treating enough seed for a seed Soak Routo 3. pany hauling tho oro from mines to Itevs. Brandenburg and Maddox went 17th. uigbt in water enough to coer. Cook plot. The treatment is as follows: blast furnaces; the blast furnace that to Beaver Dam Wedrfesdny afternoon 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, BeavSoak the wheat In cold water for 4 until ihey aro tender with onothalf er Dam. transportamakes tho pig Iron; tho Mrs. C. T. Funk nnd children, of EXAMINATIONS pound of salt pork sliced thin: ndd to 6 hours, but not more than 6 hours, tion company carrying the pig iron Indiana, returned homo Saturday af- Srd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. If necessary, and several Then dip for a moment in water at more wctor to tho stove or range manufacturer; ter several days visit with friends nnd 4th District G. W. Rowe, i . . . Common School Diploma May 14, . sides ot union toward tho close of a temperature oi izv degrees, men tho company transporting tho range relatives. nnd 1G at Hartford, Beavor Data, cooking process. Cook a, pln of transfer to water at 129 degrees and tho Messrs. W. C. Funk and Butler 0th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. nnd Fordsvlllo.. and from manufacturer to denier; rice in 3 pints of water, mi the Uvo, leave for 10 minutes. Dip Imme- the retail dealer making the final sale Ithoads havo purchased a saw mill May 21 and 22 County Teachers-Examinatisenson with 2 tablespoons of butter diately in cold water; then spread to flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. This makes seven and aro now sawing near Italph. nt Hartford, (White). tho consumer. nnd Z teaspoons of salt. A beef bno and dry. Use about n half bushel of repetitious May 2S and 20 County Tcnchcrs-Exnmlnoti- on Mrs. Gertry Funk, who has been 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. of tho six forms ot of the salt pork, wheat each time, and put in a basket may be used Instead B. C. Rhoades, Hart42 in nil. If a Jobbing com- very ill with neuralgia nnd nervous 8th District nt Hartford, (Colored). but in that case the salt must be dou- or coarse sack. Have a thermometer pany or wholesaler is used in distri- trouble. Is able to resume her work ford, Route 5. Juno IS nnd 10 County nnd may and arrange so that the water can be bled and 4 tablespoons of butter Is Increased to 48. again as teacher at Taylor's School Examination nt Fordsvlllo,. HARTFORD. kept at tho exact temperature indi- bution, the total be added. (White). Folks were all highly entertained Theso Conditions in the stovo and Mayor J. E. Bean. ClieeMj cated. In no caso should the tem- range linked Cowpens nnd June 25 and 2G County and industry arc parrallclcd in all hero Sunday watching tho balloons Clerk J. A. Howard. perature exceed 133 degrees and then 1 tablespoon butter. make their flight. Examination nt Hartford, other forms of manufacturing." Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion. the time of treatment should bo re(Colored). oa In the last financial year the pres Marshal E. P. Casebier. 1 tablespoon finely chopped sweet duced. Some grain will bo Injured ent Sept. 17 nnd IS County nnd If your child starts in its sleep. rs' administration collected $5,500,- green pepper. and it Is best to sow about 25 per ROCKPORT Examination at Hartford, 000,000 in taxes, or $275 for every grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks cent more of the treated seed. Treat 2 cups of cooked cowpeas. Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. (Whlto). at the nose, has a bad breath, fickle family of five in the United States. only enough for a special seed patch. cup grated cheese. Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Sopt. 24 and 25 County and Mr. Boal's statement shows how appetite, pale complexion, and dark Press tho peas thru a sieve to re- As looso smut is carried by the wind most of this tax money eventually rings under tho eyes; It has worms; Police Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Examination nt Hartford, move the skins, and mix wjth tho for a considerable distance tho seed Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). and as long i!a they remain in the in came out of tho consumer. Cook the onion and pepper patch should be a separate field some cheese. Several prominent citizens of Chi- testines, that child will bo sickly. in the butter, being careful not to" distance from tho main wheat field cago, of foreign extraction, today gave White's Cream Vcrmlfigo clears on brown, and add them to the peas and tho views of their respective native the worms, strengthens tho stomnch cheese. Form the mixture into a groups on the present campaign aud and bowels and puts tho little ono on earthern-war- o Toll, place on a buttered its issue. James F. Stephln, banker tho road to health and cheerfulness dish and cook in a moderate ovand Bohemian, said most of his coun Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio ff& en until brown, basting occasionally For Infants and Children m trymen favor some sort of a League County Drug Co. with butter and water. Servo hot or In Use g-- fr For Over Years ot Nations, but added, "Many of us cold as a substitute for meat. ' Always bears -would like something ot the kind, COAL AGAIN" IJEIXG FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE the. DiMoIved in water for douche itop broadened and Americanized; but l'KODUCKl) AT LKXS "While It is well to provide a good Signature of pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam-mationever the Wilson League of Nations." y. Recommended by Lydta E. dust bath for chickens, it can not be . i Hungarians "Want Harding. A small shipment of coal recently Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. depended upon for louso and mite J. V. Uherkovich, Czcho-SlovaI.1VIA, 1IOUTK 2. loft one of the mines at Lens. This A healing wonder for natal catarrh, control. ore tliroat and tore Economical. said he was sure the Hungarians, was the first coal taken from the Hi cituotduury cltuuna eye. ircrmidW and pwtt, SmjI Lfrea. JOc. drutjuu. c mira'd ty Children Mr. sind Mrs. Oscar Turner and Mr. Czechos, Serbians, Poles, Crotlans mines in the devastated regions since x,raJ. "Workshop Kitchen Is Home's ThPmmTontCoimnT. ftlca. Mia. J I A Safe Old Fashioned Tho kitchen is the workshop In nnd Mrs "Coble Hudson and an.iiy and others who make up this group Mte Germans flooded them during the u; IV r 'III I house- spnnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wal- are opposed to the League of Natio...- - war. fJ$TlSi" 8' most farm homes. In it tho S'Jf I! ,jlT UUiUli UCIUGUJ IUI keeper and her helpers prepare tho ter liliiir Seventy, fivevearacontin- - J"""fll There was quite a bit of octt;-meuouauseis thebest teati- food for tho family, and from it as a roeve iianiiiruiib .....1101 iniii , vrDlllmrr in this community when the center carry on most of the other can oiler you. bit 'loons, vas.ii'd over, Sunday. housework. Keep a bottle always on Mr and Mrs. Carl Bell spent Puthand. It will help keep More and better woifk can be done the little ones healthy d shop nrranged for urdav nlSn and Sunday with relative, In a and happy. tho comfort and convenience of the at V.'hitesVille 30cabottletyoufdnicirt'or Itncial atorej orif ouf dealer Several ftoin here witnessed tha big Wi Charleston. Miss. Mrs. R. V. Hems nt fhlc nlnrr with good and equipped , workers can liupplyyou,aentihiiname II) says: "1 have never had to use very much medicine! Sunday. Succeed when everything else fails. and 30c in ilimDi anil we'll tools than in a dark shop where much fire at end you a bottle promptly. In nervous prostration and female Mrs Ctis f.'urk and children aiul H because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste time must bo spent In unnecessary E. 4 S. FKEY. Baltimore, weaknesses they nre the supreme U. in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would j) steps and energy wasted with scat- Miss Ophelia French spent Sunday remedy, ai thousands have testified. u uusu or more or tsiacK-uraugwith fheir jir onts, Mr. and Mr.-- . G ana it wouiu iukc tered equipment. Business men have FOR KIDNSY, LIVER AND straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. ff found this a sound principle, and it L. French. STOMACH TROUBLE We have used in our family for years Mrs. Jo'hn Dodson and daughter it is the best medicine ever lold should be applied to tho farm kitchen over a druggist's counter. bo that the housekeeper can do hsr Miss Goldla, are spending a few days . work more quickly and with the least at Livermore. WILL YOU A revival is expected to begin at Mt. fatigue. TAKE Carmel the ,3rd Saturday night In x October. A New Wheat For Kentucky. . . ... 4 .... .....1. M.r. and Mrs. Lonnlo Dodson and a as u i us in1.i ui a minium ui year l s work in breeding wheat the Ken- children, of Owensboro, spent SaturA Treafrr.cn! tucky Experiment Station announces day night and Sunday with relatives community. for WEAK. the development of a new variety of in this and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. wheat which has been nnmed "AshLUNGS or it has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my One of tho greatest American millionID land." It Is a selection from Fultz DISCOURAGE JEWISH system in shape, and has never weakened me as so CONSUMPTION aires said to his physician, "A million t TO U. S. closely resembles. It which variety it IMMIGRATION many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am dollars, Doctor, spot cash nnd no grum- I has all the good qualities of this old id glad to do so." Black-Draug- ht bling, for a new stomach," and then j is the old, reliable liver well known sort, but has a stifter Jewish leaders in Europe have been A quick relief (or feeling. medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. 13 tho sick man groaned and turned away. cougbi, palm In that tired, tweati. hemor cbcit. nlsht straw and at tho Station has proved asked to help discourage Jewish ImI ihaeei, When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad weak lunci or consumption. If it do (II All his wealth could not mako him ' nwiucip JTUU I.! CVB1B yon BBIUIOK. . -l . to bo a somewhat better ylelder. It migration Into the United States at .Lt. g taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try happy or contented, for happiness large-l- y has also been singularly free from the present timo, so that tho influx Lock box oitv Thedford's Black-DraugAt all Druggists. OHIO MEDICAL GO, depends upon digestion. Without R COLUMDUS o. ecab and other diseases of wheat. This of Jews to this country may bo kept health whero docs hnppinoss como iuf year the Station has furnished a within reasonable limits. These sug After nil tho stomach plays a great Genuine! number of selected farmers In Ken- gestions were made by Felix M. Warpart in everyday life. Without a tucky with seed of Ashland nnd the burg, of Npw York, chairman of tho J. 77 healthy stomach and good digestion our V-VEcrops grown from this will be sold Joint distribution committee for Amhlood is thin, watery and poor, our for peed in 1921. Several thousand erican Jews' relief funds, who has heart action is en:, our liver docs not liushcls of seed ought therefore, to called a number ot the leading Jews do its duty, nnd man is miserable- and a1aa ho available for distribution in the. into conference ton the subject at Par- unhappy. I'rovent dlseaso by putting Is. It is feared that If too many Stato. tho Iiouso in order and strengthening Jows flock to the United States at tho system against the germs of disease. Apply Acid Phosphate on Whcnt Crop 3iice It may arouse popular sentiment Dr. Tierce, of tho Invalids' Hotel and o against them and aggravate tho race On nil tho soils in Kentucky Surgical Institute, at Iluffalo, N. Y of tho Blue Grass region, wheat IsMie, thus Injuring the Jewish causo. years ngo understood diseases and their to acid phosphato treatment t pretention, nnd ho discovered certain very romnrknbly. Fortunately, the roots and herbs which woro naturo's m Feel.right nil tho tlmo. Don't lay oft iRk wheat crop Is tho igost convenient FOR FLETCHER'S remedies, nnd succeeded in putting them from work for days by taking calome place in a rotation to apply ncld up in a form that could be easily proI when pleasant Liv- - Ver-Lu- x keeps yosl vphosphato, as It can be applied thru cured at tho drug storo (liquid or ui jruui itci, wmiu relieving your UOUI i FOP. and le. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Don! fertilizer distributing attachment tho tablets). This ho called Dr. Pierco'a Colds, Cou: tako anything elso. You can't afford La Grippe on the wheat drill with a small l'OO .MUCH WOOL IN Golden Medical Discovery. This DisIt. Eiiminatca poisons, cleanses syw NORWAY AND SWEDEN of extra labor. Apply the 'amount covery gives no false stimulation betcm and relieves constipation. A natNeglected Colds are Dangerous cause it contains no alcohol or any naracid phosphate at the rato of from ural remedy, natural in fta actions, sure no chunces. Keep thl3 standard remedy handy for the first snere. Tke in Its effect and certain in results. London, Oct. 2. Swedish newspacotic. It helps digestion nnd the as200 to 300 pounds por aero and the Breaks up n cold in 24 hours bo long beforo Lw.Vc-Lo- x Relieves vHl Bucceodlng clover and corn or other pers report that Scandinavian counsimilation of such elements in tho food Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache completely displace calomel in overt aro overstocked with woolon al?o. crops will be benefited ss are required for the blood. It gives hornet Children can tako it freely anl tries Quinine in this form does not affect tho head Cascara is best Tonic goods and are canceling foreign orto the blood the food elements tho tis- with perfect safety. Every bottlo Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. 60c and $1 in bottles ders. Also that most mills In Nor sues roquire. Non For over fifty years It (luther Your Seed Com Early. without tho likeness and signav1 ' has enjoyed the confidence of the cenuino L. K. GriKsby, Lexington, Ky, Sept, Though the way and Sweden aro working only turo of For ealo by r American public. Try ituowl i .coru crop in Kentucky pronilBos to be I half time ex-ce- ss nt m. on taxn-tionror Stato-TeacherStato-Teachers' State-ToacheStato-TeacherI tho best In years, yet because of the Into spring nnd cool summer nnd recent wet wenthcr, an early frost will mean 50 per cent or more of soft and snappy corn on tho favns of Ken-th- ls year. Therefore the prospects aro good that tho farmer who docs not gather nnd dry his seed corn early this fall will have In tho spring of 1921 tho same situation as ho had in tho spring of 191S. For caro nnd selection of seed corn wrlto, tho Experiment Station for Circular 13. How Government Adds To llctnll Costs. nnd that Senator Harding will get the votes of these who havo becomo American citizens. Emil Prcsburg, Hungarian banker, said: "Tho Hungarians nro against tho Democratic administration, nuto-cracn power, European suzerainty on tho Continent." Joseph A. Thomns, Assyrian" said! "Wo aro genuine Americans nnd havo no lingering nffections for any foreign land. Wo never havo given Cox tho slightest consideration." ono-mn- DIRECTORY Judge CinCUIT COUUT. . It. W. Black, Owonibo'o. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto O. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Keown, HEAVEIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoy., x Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovcna y, T l CASTO R rA C&&&M&&X 'Every Woman Wants) -- tf 30 Krrraa n., 11 ffij T7 Vgr J-X- Mothers use V s:lJLtj.fc3 k. For die u86 fj$k J If' i' p.,i ,:.! vi; ' nt - well-lighte- WSSSBSBSBISSSHSBSMSBi ti EVES BILIOUS? nr, Bitters h THEtiFORD'S -- ' OUR -- o Millions for a New Stomach IMKtmyT .oKaa GERMINAL REMEDY i m FORiONE MONTH L- ' ht. Always'Insist on the USE LI R-L AX out-bid- Kill That Cold With rvt itiir CASCARA tut uummt jM&'JV 'OjV0 Children Cry & For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. CA3TO R A !' ' truar-antee- d. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT w "ifgrjEji- - 'jxsrJw&v&s.''?.' 3 JUST CAN'T SAY flr" ' n - IMII IMMg BIG MEN ENDORSE NEW SCHOOL LAW Democratic Senator and Republican Leader In Accord On Welfare of Children Swmtnr .7. C. V. Ilcrktmin wan wi-'mhiio tluii) nffu by kvi)tir Muff wIid naked the Kciiiitnr for Ills vli'wjt iipmi tin- - now fonniy .School AilinliilMrnllon aw. Tlu Nniiiilnr's very hopeful statement I Klvon In full below : "While I have not liml n ohnnrp to rcnil the cntlro school law pushed by ivpn-soiilull- ENOUGH FuR IT B dSb sZ7i. ' I TTDCL Tr- ""jo?- - Louisville , THE NEW DAVID AND GOLIATH renllzo tUat pood schools for all of the children are the solid foundation stones upon which a republic like ours' Is erected. Howl schools nioflii nil educated public which will think sanely, act sanely mid vote sanely nt nil times "I hnvo actually gained fifteen and on all questions. That every child, pounds In weight since I started takeverywhere may he educated, Rood ing Teniae,' said Chalmers L. Bollcs, schools must exist In our cities, In strrcct, Loutin' Inst m'smIoii of the Lcglslutiuv, I our small (owns mid In our most re- 832 South Thlrty-Fout- h isville, Ky. Imve been Informed of Its general pro- mote rural districts. visions mill mil very hopeful tltnt It "Two and a half years ago I com"Jinny of our largo cities nnd towns will accomplish Kri'nt Rood for our have developed strotiK school systems menced suffering from indigestion. county schools mnl enable them to My appetite was completely gono, iniiku renter progress tliiin ever. and even when I did forco down a Ilt-tl- o Is Imrilly nrtwuiry for inu to "It something It would llo like a rock wiy how deeply Interested I mil In in my stomach, turn sour nnd bloat the school work hi our Slate, for durme up with gas until I was as tight ing the tlmo 1 was a member of th as n drum. Legislature, ami (Jovernor, I always cpeelal consideration to the Krtve "I had awful cramps In my stomach progress ami development of our after meals, I would roll and toss in Mliool xystein. It Is n great work. tho bed all night long without sleop-- I The rural school have not, of course, lng a wink. I kept going from had had the nil vantages of the city schools, to worse until finally I stopped work HB1W 4 HI ' anil I earnestly hope that the new AMW n wa twn wnflb, M.ltilstnf- - u Mini tunittrT I flt - " M .ri..1, W4I...W.IC, IbOl .1UU11A xyMciii adopted under this law may aaaaaa & ' .help me; but did not get any better. prove satisfactory and successful In every way. "About this tlmo I read a state"I understand thnt under the new ment in a newspaper and decided to Inw County Hounls of Education are glvo it a trial. ISofore I had taken .jaBHaaaaaw to he elected In the state on November &v ,'r ttfk the first tiwymm saHaaaal all ofwas simply bottle my improve-- ml, and I trust that the people of ment remarkable. While W' "aHaV jaLaafcaafl I every county will realize the groat Imhave taken only seven bottles all my portance of this election and see to It troubles are completely gone. It has that the best person possible to sebeen over a month sinco I stopped cure for that work shnll he elected. taking Tanlac, but I can eat a good, "The success of the law will depend o a very considerable extent upon hearty meal of onions, cabbage, meat. the character and Intelligence of those potatoes, or just anything I want, and Hon. A. T. Hert. who make up these county hoards. which nrn clvliit? snlniullil sprvtfiv A never have a sign of Indigestion. "Tlioro Is no more Important work w,,y feel as 8lronB and wel1 ns J In our State than the Improvement few of the rural districts In Kentucky my life." development of our schools, and have done the same thine for their over did in uad Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. children, but ninny counties have been especially the rural schools. I was backward In giving the country child L. D. Dean, in Horso Branch by Ola-to- n n for three years n teacher In the s edDrug Co., in Itockport by James schools In this State, and I have a real opportunity for n ucation because of laws which havo Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace permitted the schools to be pulled Into & Porter, in Beaver Dam by It. T. local politics. Taylor, Jr., r.nd in McHenry, by S. "It Is Indeed fortunate, that both of Advertisement. Hie political parties In Kentucky nt J. Tichenor: t the last session of tho Legislature NAVY SEIZES OIL. laid aside all party feeling, got together nnd passed n group of strong After failure to agree on the price school laws that will reiuake the rural of fuel oil, the navy departmentydls-patche- d schools. These now school laws will Capt. Beach and 50 marines practically take the County Hoards of of tho Mare Island navy-yar- d to the Education mid the County SuperinShall Oil Co's. plant. Locks on pipetendent out of politics nnd keep them out of politics If the voters will think line outlets were broken and 2000 of tho children when they go to the barrels of oil was loaded onto a barge, while the company offered no polls in November. I "Kvery right thinking man nnd resistance. Tho price which tho govwoman should vote for strong men for ernment will pay for this oil will be the new County Hoards of Kducatlon. determined by tho courts. ' These right thinking people should o also urge others to do likewise that CF.EEL SPENT SS,230,000 developed every small school shall bo to serve the children, and In serving A report filed with tho TJ. S. senthe children make the State what It ate by the council of national defense should be In the fiitute." gives $S, 250,000 as the amount ex- l,omle1 y tno committee on public in DON'T SKIMP ON SCHOOLS formation, which functioned during tho war under direction of George Senator J. C. W. Beckham. Every magazine and newspaper In Creel. Sale of films netted the comiilways wutched, with particular care, the laud Is printing editorials con- mittee $24,000,000. Expenditures cerning tho schools of the nation. the development of our sdiool system, included $1,500,000 for propaganda iind nldcd In It whenever possible. I The Youth's Companion has tho fol- work In foreign countries. $1,250,000 glad, too, that provision lips lowing to say concerning tho schools Jim truly for salaries, $1,435,000 for printing Jieon made for Increased salaries for In America: our school teachers. Considering the "The schools of America were and $583,000 for telegraph and cable Vork they do, so Important and so far founded and maintained by sacrifice; service. Teaching, training the minds and only so cau they be preserved. Tho characters of our children, they have teacher must bo convinced of tho ' been paid Inexcusably low salaries and valuo and dignity of his scrvlco that MANY MARVEL AT no class of pcoplo deserve Increased he will not lightly abandon It for AMAZING WATER some occupation that offers more ease pay more than they do." or excitement or money. And on the GLASS TEST Tho Hon. A. T. Hert, National Com- other hand the public must stop being mitteeman for the Republican party, niggardly. It must tux luelf more Silent Alanio Light l'lunt Attracts aunt tho, following strong statement heavily for schools than It has been Attention at National Kami Light tfor publication concerning tho election In the habit of doing, and It must pay And Power Week Exhibition of County Boards of Education under salaries that do not degrade the teacher In the eyo of the community. the new law next November: The exhibition of the Silent Alanio "Every right thinking man and Wherever else a county must skimp, Lighting-Plan- t operating under full woman in this enlightened nge must let It not skimp on Its schools." load while standing on three ordinary Release Week October 11. drinking glasses, is a clincher. One is not accustomed to seeing lighting plants upon so ethereal a base. Usually they havo a very substantial foundation. During the doiaonstratlon it was explained, seemingly to the entlro satisfaction of tho audience, that this red plant is so perfectly designed and so accurately balanced that It will efficiently without being anchored to a special foundation. Tho makors claim that tho Silent Alamo has "No Ruinous Vibration." Operating tho plant for an Indefinite time with three drinking glasses as its only foundation would seem to prove it, for certainly even a slight vibration would shake it off' so flimsy a baso. National Farm Light & Power Week Is being celebrated, thruout the entire country in an effort to concentrate tho minds of dealors and farm owners upon tho subject of plentiful light, running water and electrical home conveniences, which the ' Sllont Allmo and other good lighting plants mako possible. In this district the Sllont Alamo representative, Ueavor Dam Milling Company, has charge of the celebration. Dally exhibitions will be given during the week of October 2nd to 9th. Man's Troubles End After Taking Tan-la- c And He Gains Fifteen Pounds The DependableTmctor that Burns Kerosene Completely Tractor is just the kind of machine that we like to put into the hands of our customers. years of service on the farm. Every time wg sell one we feel the assurance that the owner is going to get- fully satisfactory service from it. And that means a great deal to he future of our business. - w 'M, The 1225 H. P.Waterloo Boy plugs. That saves engine trouble no kerosene gets into the lubricating oil. There is nr carbonizing of cylinders or fouling of spark There is nothing experimental about it. Its dependability has been fully proved in s long-continu- I . com-Jiio- flrst-clns- low-price- day you use the Waterloo Boy. It burns kerosene completely.. Its patented kerosene manifold one that you can get on no other tractor converts all of the fuel into a gas, enabling the engine to get full power from every d highly-combustible Right along with its dependability for good work, there is another big feature that you will appreciate every ed drop. easy to keep in good running order. The working parts, fully protected from dust, are placed where you can easily get ai. them, whenever necessary, through inspection plates and detachable casings.. The engine, perfectly balanced and mounted on a solid foundation, runs without vibration no racking of mechanism. Gears are steel-cu- t and practically everlasting. It is equipped with, Hyatt Roller Bearings, famous throughout the world for conserving full power. All bearing points nnd gears are kept constantly in a bath of oil by a positive system of lubrication. case-hardened And it saves many dollars in fuel cost every year of its operation." You are sure to like all of the Waterloo Boy's other features. It is simply made; I f Be sure to come in some day soon and get fully acquainted with the Waterloo Boy. Si mm &S; FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSOX, jranngcr FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. JOBS IN CITIES GROWING SCARCE Salvation Arniy and K. Of O. Find Labor Snpply Kipial To Demand. Now York, Oct. 2. Reports made public hero tonight by employment agencies of both the Salvation Army and Knights of Columbus indicated that Job3 soon will be rcarce In cities. Equalization of labor supply and demand during tho last week was reported by tho five employment officer in this city1 conducted by tho Salvation Army. Forjthe first tlmo in two years, as many men were found seeking work as there were jobs available. A featuro of tho week, a' statement by tho Army said, was a falling, off In demand for unskilled workers Provlously there had been a greater call for this class of labor than for "white collar" workers. The report said it was altogether possible that thp near future would s,oo a return of the condition whero thero are more men than jobs. William J. McGinlcy, supremo secretary, of the Knights of Columbus, after a three months' survey of Knights of Columbus employment bureaus, warned young men from agricultural districts to keep away from the cities. "Men are flocking to Now York, Chicago Boston and other large cities looking for employment," said Secretary McGInley, "and hundreds of them are glad to accept menial positions in hotols whore, at least, their-mealare assured. "Tho present fall In prices of certain commodities is bolng accompanied by a fall In wages for certain kinds of labor. Production has had a decldod drop In many big1 Industries and tho supply of help, especially of d kind, greatly exceeds tho tho demand." somi-skille- -- op-or- ate s dread-naugTo arm, the six 43,000-to- n and six battle cruisers now under construction tho navy department has contracted with the Mid-va- le TAXES! TAXES,AItE DUE! and Bethlehara steel companles. . Your 1920 tax bill has been placed to build 30 each of tho Tho Washington navy-yawith us fGr collection. Please call at will mako 30 of tho samo size. Total the office and get your's. cost will be about $40,000,000, or S. A. BRATCHER, aboht $265,000 apiece, and all gun3 Sheriff Ohio County. are expected to bo ready for mounting: SPEED DEMON SCORES by 1923 when tho now versels will ho complotcd. Don Marks, Akron speed demon nnd bidder for the 1920 motorcycle PAID KOlt COFFIN YANK STILIj AHVB racing honors, mado a clean swesp and the eight-- ! of the two, five-mil- e London( Oct. 2. Sergt. Charles mile events at South Bend, Ind., re-- J Whltcroft contracted cholera during cently In tho first five mllo race Marks service in India. He was certified, Indian dead and placed in a coffin. Then shot his Goodyear-equlppe- d across the line in five minutes and ho came to and kicked the lid oft tho twenty-si- x seconds, beating Jones, coffin. Now Whltcroffs kicking beLudlow and Brink. He negotiated the cause tho war office deducted the cost of the coffin from hl3 pay. eight miles In eight minutes and . even seconds, beating Ludlow and AIR MAIL TO CUBA Morrison in a blanket finish. Gene Walker was the winner of j A contract has beon mado, Secretwo of tho four' professional solo ovonts in the recent motorcycle races , tary Burleson announces, with Indies Air Ways Co. at North Randall, near Cleveland, Ohio. The demon rider sent his for daily transportation of mall beracer to a new track record in the one tween Key West, Fla., an,d Havana, event. Cuba, for one year from Oct. 15. First mile national championship forty-fiv- e and two- - class matter will be carried for six The tlmo was seconds, clipping two and three cents an ounce In bulk up to four fifths pounds blx ounces. fifths seconds from the old mark- hts will command a vast reserve force consisting of every ellglblo jnan of draft age in the United States. The country will be divided into nine military districts, known as corps areas, and each will be in charge of a corps area commander. The national guard will also be available for the suppression of disturbances caused by vio lence, tiro, flood or epidemic and will guard Industrial centers; rail-- 1 roads, docks, bridges etc., when necessary. 411 throe branches of the' now system may bo expanded as em- -' ergency may demand. vlously bored and apparatus tha. maybe used for determining infallibly temporature, pressure and other physical conditions as well as chemical composition etc., of the earth's interior. It may be, as some bavcv surmised, that such exploration. 7tll eventually bring to Ugh; new snirco3-o-f power, heat and light of tho greatest economic importance NAW OXtDEKS 150 BIG GUNS ' 16-in- guns-needed- nl '- forty-s- y ' m m WHAT'S INSIDE THE KAU'f II? Observations made In mluoi and in deep bori.tgs Into the earth studies of geological formations at and near the suiface nnd other Investigations havo uuslit scientific men loine-thln- g of the composition of 'ho earth and somoihlug of the physical condiin its interior Much tions that has also been deduced speculatively. Scientific men, lowevor, nro not satisfied with this limited ' knowledge and are casting about for means whereby more exact Information may ho obtained. Thoy will welcome somo new mechanical contrivance for sinking wells far deeper than any pre- nl-tai- Pneumonia often follows a KILL THE COLDI aaV liilnllcll- - labo- r-saving CASTOPU ... m Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Neglected Cold HILL'S CASCARAfcrMUININ Standard cold remedy for 20 jru" in UD1CI IQlttt uic, turt. oa opiaui crciki up a cold m 24 hourt relievo krip In 3 days. Money caca u it iau. The ecnulna box bat Red cop. wnn Mr. Hill'a picture. KMEUUENCY AltMV CltEATKD (t lWMi$lt f ' -- ' P' 3 J Plans are being completed by the war department for preparing the nation for Instantaneous defense. The first line will consist of the regular Photographer I've caught a snap- army of 300,000 troops; the second line, of 436,000. officers an1 men of shot of the fleeing gambler! Editor Goodl Now. take a time the national guard. Most important of all is the appointment of 70,000 ofexposure of the police In pursuit. Sclense and Invention. k OMlt ficers, and possibly 12,000 more, who At MIDtu Star JAi,il . Mb . ttVMMVmM wsmm WREKHBHtnSIEEBSffiEMi "tirftfmmwhvfUi v October 16 Enjries: OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY 9 FAIR GROUNDS October 16 Marmon, Hudson, Essex, Stephens, Buick, Overland, Chevrolet, Dodge and Ford. Purse $1,000.00. Admission $1 including war tax. No extra charge for grandstand or parking space. 2:30 P. M. Saturday, Oct. 16. OWENSBORO AUTOMOBILe'dEALERS ASSOCIATION. IHHnawBH ROOSEVELT, ERNST AND MORROW HERE (Continued from First Page) council Minll nihioo upon tlio means by which this obligation shall bo do tho rest of tho country and wo will not. "We Republicans propose to throw docuout this thoroly ment, which is based neither on Idealism nor interest. We do not propose to have any foreign group dictate to us when or on whom we are to declare war. Wo do not propose to pledge ourselves to maintain, as the council shall advise, tho terri torial integrity of its signers. We do not proposo to enter Into tho European situation, except in tho interest of a great cause, and wo do propose, when we enter, to. be the sole Judges of that cause ourselves. "The Democrats are shouting that the league will maintain peace without tho necessity of our sending troops abroad. How do we explain what Is going on In Europe now? Tho lenguc has been in existence eight months. Numerous wars have b3n going on, some in which members of the league were the aggressors. The very existence of Poland was rea?ntly threatened, without an action being taken. It is Idle to say that our moral weight would prevent war. Nothing but military force would receive attention, as the recent reply of Poland to our State Department Indicates. "The Democrats are stating that the soldiers fought in Europe in or-dto establish; this League of Na tions. I think, without fear of con-,- ! tradiction, I can lay claim to knowing the soldiers better than those who aro saying this. I want to tell tliosa nflinnnt nir snlrlfprs fnncrht in !n- Mt for th,8 ,eague but for one thng and ono thlng only the Unlt. d sute3 The men who gav? the)r Uves on the batUe f,e,d feU not for weaJ. fntePMtlonaitomt but wlth the Am- thowght tnal they were-savin-g Weate Aner,can Hberty and or INCOUl'OHATED fulfilled.' "Thru this article, If we Join, wo promise to obey the mandates that may bo put on us by the council. Thru this article we covenant, if ordered, to send our men to fighl In European brawls. "We plight ourselves to aid Japan, to keep in subjugation Shantung. Wo plight ourselvesto aid Great Britain should she demand It, In the Irish trouble. Do you wish to have your sons fighting alongside of the Japanese, to hold in subjugation for them, 30,000,000 Chinamen? Do you wish your men to bo sent on a punitive expedition to Ireland? I can answer. You do not, I do not, and wo won't. We are willing that they should go to derend this country in a great cause but wo will bo the Judges of what this great cause is, not in a secret conclave in Geneva. Itcllcw In Monroe Hot-trin"We boliove in the Monroe Doctrine in this country. The democratic national administration says that it Is ..cognized in Article XXI of tho ivenant. Tills is not so. It Is nam-- i 1 In that article 'An international and specifically a 're , .ial understanding.' It is neither. X , der both these tersm it would be r sible to refer disputes between ' orlcan countries and European mtrles. to the league tribunal. This Jates. In addition, all the secret 'o,ties,wbIch portion out aependen-rIcan 4 which we would have to. defend. .,gag-eniont' . FORDSON TRADE MARK ' V T ft' Farm Tractor . t , , "The bars are down, as some of i cces of our government is the high our Democratic friends have said ndard of our workmen. This is Maine his nroved It. The Ixsues thin paruizea uy wiwou league i y6ar are the fndawentals on which tlons and the Treaty of Versailles. th,8 country j8 fonnd;d. We 8taad at "Every working man should ask tBe rt, of tne The. Demo. democratic speakers to explain to crats are urging us to follow down n Article XXIII of the league and that 1Ml t)Ward a weak ,n. tide XJII of the treaty with their UnutlonalllBt interference in Eu- ompanying' addenda. ropean affairs, and the partial sur- "By the. two articles a council ls'render of our natlona, Independ3nce. .nnitltntetl to supervise labor and Down the othef the nepubllcans are in general, IuovJng wlth tne polcy ot our l0l.e. ho standard of labor long the members of the league. tather8i the polIcy of Wahlagn. u council has a personnel of 12S jofferson and L,ncin, and a policy of vitlni delegates among whom aro a 8tumg naUonallgm and tho right numbered certain of the yollow and ot th,3 country t0 determine for races. In this council tho so!f not at tho dlctnteB ot a European United States has four votes out of congrosSi lts policies on iuternation-t,i- e 12S ai affairs. When such a choice is 'Mr. Gompers went to Eurflpo with pIacad 1)oforo our peopl0f their an3. what he called 'Amoricnu labor's bill wor will hi unmistakable. of rights.' The working men should "Wo are above all else Americans, know that this was rejected by an and woo to. tho party who urges us overwhelming vote. Tho clauso t0 foreSWcar it." against Involuntary serfdom and '"tA wf f V .nnllMA faAtWB v th&! .., ...iti.tioiis. w . i . The Fo.rdson Tractor was made to meet the demands and necessities of the everyday American fanner. It was made with the thought that it was the necessity of the man of forty acres as well as the man with one thousand acres. It was madetnot only for plowing, harrowing, discing, drilling, seeding, mowing, reaping, but for all other work on the farm where power is necessary. It was made to bring conveniences to theffarmer's home as well as for the cultivation of his fields. It was made to furnisli power for the cream separator, silo filling, cutting feed, sawing wood, furnishing power for milking, washing, supplying the house with running water, electric lights, and the hundred and one things on the faim. It was made to do all this economically and in a reliable way. It was made to be the big profitable servant on the farm. And it has not failed in any of the expec tations had for it. Tt has been tested as no other tractor has been tested. It has been proven reliable and can furnish proofs impossible to any other Tractor. It has done these things not only in America, but in Europe, Asia, Africa, and in the Islands of the Seas. It has met successfully the demands of farmers in every par of the civilized world. Therefore, the Fordson Tractor can me et all the conditions of your farm. When you buy a Fordson, you are not buying any experiment you are buying a servant and a money-makfor you that you can depend upon absolutely from the first day you put it to work.' It is easy to understand. It possesses all the power you want. It is more flexible than you imagine. It will help you cultivate eveiy foot of ground you have, andevery day in the year you will find use for it on the farm. Its appeal to the farmer is in its dependable service and the wid e variety of work it can do. We'd like every farmer that reads this, if he hasn't a Fordson Tractor already, to come to us and let us sell him one. Let us demonstrate its powers, its values, on your own farm. Let's get into details power, reliability, economy. .While the sale of a Tractor gives us a small profit, the purchase of a Tractor to the fanner means a money-makin-g servant every day for years. So the sale of a Fordson'means more to the purchaser than it does to us. We are arguing for your good, Mr. Fanner, y Come in and talk it over. Your time against ours. It is worth it. And remember, when you buy a Fordson Tractor, we are right here to keep that Tractor in reliable running condition every clay. You won't have to wait if anything should get out.of order. We are right here to keep it right, because one of the conditions of the Fordson Dealer is that he must keep on hand always a complete supply of parts. This is a guarantee we don't believe you can get with any other farm Tractor. Come in. Let s" talk it over. ' er I ' JO f V slavory was voted down, because, In osrtain parts of Europe and Japan, there aro people who work undor approximately theso conditions, and this in 1020, more titan halt a century after Lincoln and tho Republican party freed the slaves. In addition, the provision against child labor, and tho ono concerning tho limitation ot hours for women weio voted down. All safeguards for freo speech, froa press and right of assembly wero overwhelmingly beaten. "Tho clauso in tho Clayton act, over which thoro was such a struggle, and which is called tho Magna Charta of American labor, Is that "labor Is not n commodity and article ot commerce." This was taken and written as follows: "Labor Is not moroly a commodity or article of commerce.' vitiates the This not merely phrase, but actually revorses its meaning as effectually as It tho negative ot tho original clauso had been stricken out. "Do tho working men and women nt this country wish to trust their standards to tho Judgment ot a council in which sit tho yellow and brown nd tho moro backward races of Europe; a council in which wo have four votes out At 128?jjJThey do not, nor DUKEHUHST. Mr. Logan Combs, of Hlgglnson, Ark., was horo tho first of tho week for a brief visit with relatives and to attend to business. A baby girl was born to tho wife of Little Smith, Sunday Oct. 3. Mr. Ilomney Helton and family spent tho week-en- d with relatives noar Magan. Misses Kittle Dess Dodson and Loubell Williams, who aro attending School at Hartford, spoilt Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nina Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Davison, of Pattlesvllle, spent Saturday and Sunday wih Mr. and Mrs. S, P, Taylor and Messrs. John, Smith and Androw Payne. Mrs. Lucas Davis and children, ot Cronos, arrived bore last week to visit relatives. , Tha infant daughter of Jim Smith has pnoumonia. Mr, and Mrs. Finis WaPlace have returned to their home in Akron, O., after spending "about three weeks with relatives in this county. Miss Erma Carter, of Ileavor Dam, spont tho week-en- d with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carter, at this v place. ; i V A rf" x Dam BeaverBeaver AutQ Co. Dam. Ky. r H