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XXXIII FALSEHOOD NAILED ON SHORT NOTICE " I Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 17 .Mt I1U1U 111 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, .FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920. power and attributes of the Almlgh- n So fnr na mny b0 determined by study of lcaguo purposes and ' i Louisville. Ho was again an advo- -' cate, as Indeed it Is- - his natural bend Democratic Candidate Misrepresent to bo. But ho held, a brief for tho Denn of Kentucky Bar Opposed To. methods, It Is incapable of stopping Artlclo X of tho Covenant of tho League of Nations as submitted, being so League Unless Facta In Speech Mmlo At other side He was eloquent n re hostilities anywhere. 'Tho council MmlNoiulIU) Arc Adopted. seems to bo llttlo moro than a so- strongly contested, for and against, by tlie two leading political parties, tho mittal oi nimseir. When shall wc ono maintaining that It Is tho heart of tho whole treaty, and tho other, tho hold him to have been sincere, when ciety for acadomlc discussion. A dellbcrato misrepresentation of (Loulsvlllo Herald.) War rages, but tho League- of Republican Party, declaring that It '.would Involve tho United Stntes In all ho spoko as'nn Irishman for Ireland Judge Charles B. Seymour, one of facts wbb mmlo In a speech, as report- Nations does not function. To say tho,World's differences nnd cause endless trouble and annoyance, together or contrariwise? ed in a Mndlsonvlllo Democratic this Is not partisan prosump'.ton, but But there was more, a great deal tho leading members of tho Kentuc with oxponso and bloodshed upon tho part of Amerfca, we h'erewlth repronewspaper on Octobor 14, delivered the proclamation more. Asked If In his opinion that ky bar and a llfolong Democrat, an- of lixlisputnblo by Senator J, G; W. Dcckhnm, Demo- fitts. What the loaguo mft'Lt do Is duce that Article, together with others, arid, at tho .same time glvo the sub- wusons treaty would be helpful to nounceu msi nigni mat ho will voto cratic candldato for a too tenuous speculation tn which stitutions for, or reservations thereto, as proposed and' adopted by tho Unit- the Irish, he replied that no nation tor Warren G. Harding forProsIdont k According to this report, Beckham to anchor hope. Cincinnati Enquir- ed States Sennte and championed by the Republican Party. had over achieved Its Independence 'n the November election. In making this announcement er, said' with tho consent of tho dominant Article 1. Reservations "And I blush for the- Kopubllcan Any member of the Loague may, afThe United States' so understands power or by tho "naked," unaided ac- Judge Seymour gave out a statement party, whose leaders In purely partMRS. I1AKKKTT ENTERTAINS ter two years' notice of Its Intention and construes Artlclo 1 that In case tion of Its own people. "Every suc- over his sienatiim In whiMi hn de art in tin iirlrlwlvniir ftnm fn T niirni of notice of withdrawal isan selfishness, withhold from the He. from tho cessful revolution of which I have any clared that ho could not approve the publican platform, adopted at ChiTho Ladles' Social Club met with provided that nil its International ob- Loaguo of Nations, as provided In said knowledge," he said, "was effected League of Nations covenant without cago, nny mention of the part Ameri- Mrs. Lyman Q. Barrett at her homo ligations and all its obligations under Article, tho United States shall bo thru outside support." And he In- tho reservations proposed by tho Recan soldlors hndln the victory over on Walnut Street, lnst Friday, after- this Covenant shall have been fulfill- tho sole JUdge as to whether all Its stanced the American colonies and publican party. Judgo Seymour, for mahy years 3prmony und consequently recorded noon In a very pleasant meeting. At ed at the time of Us withdrawal. International obligations and all Its Cuba and Greece. To assent to the no words of commendation of their the conclusion of a number of games treaty and covenant, as presented by dean of the Louisville Law School, (As a matter of course by the tcrnis obligations under the said covenant as one of Kentucky's old-liheroism and sacrifice." of progressive rook n delicious lunch- of the League, Its Members would bo have been fulfilled, and notice of tho President, was, to his way of IlTIiIk is an absolute untruth. Ho has always been receon was served by tho Hostess. In the solo Judges as to whether the Na- withdrawal by the Unlte'd States may thinking, not to close one avenue, but Democrats. flHoro in plain black and white Is addition to the Club Members tho tion attempting to withdraw had ful- bo given by a concurrent resolution to close the only avenue thru- - which ognized as one ot the ablest men oG the party. the glawlng trlbuto to our heroic following guests were present to en filled all its obligations, both Nation of thcr Congress of the United escape might be effected. , It has been known for some weeks, Amorlcan lads made In the Republi- joy tho occasion: There was much more of a ferver al and international.) States. , can platform of 1020: and a bitterness it would not bo easy to close friends ot Judge Seymour-th- at Me3dames' Henderson Murphreet L. Article 10. Reservations. ho is not In sympathy with The Service Men. . S. Igjeheart, Miss Leila Glenn and The Members of tho League under The United States assumes no obli- to duplicate, of a power and a cogenreof Governor Cox or witlr' Wo hold In Imperlsliablo Miss Bonnor Barrett, tho latter of take to respect nnd preserve as gation to preserve the territorial In- cy as well, and finally Mr. Cockran the organization behind him. Ho membrance tho valor and tho paDarrett'B Ferry. against external aggression tho terri- tegrity or political independence of closed as follows: Peace must be established In takes the stand' that reservations, triotism of tho soldiers and sailors torial Integrity and existing political anrotho. 'ountry by'the employment must bo Incorporated In the covenant., of America who fought In tho great independence of nil Members of the. of its Military or Naval forces, Us Ireland before it can be rnado, perwar for human liberty, and wo LABORERS. LEAVE League. In case bf. such aggression resources, or any form of economic manent thruout the world. Peace and that merely Interpretative re pledge ourselves to dlschargo to MEXICO FOR U. S. or In case of any threat or danger of discrimination, or to Interfere In any can not bo established by Eng- servations would be of no avail. "Tho- land in Ireland. Eight centuries Lodgo reservations," ho. declares, the fullest the obligations which a such aggression the Council shall ad- way in coatrayersles between nations, y gratotul nation justly should fulupon the- means by which this Including all controversies relating to of history prove that. The Irish "seem to me Indispensable." Higher Wages Paid In This Country vise' Judge Seymour's signed statefill, In appreciation of tho services obligation shall be fulfilled. territorial Integrity or political In- - people, who havo resisted foreign Is Causing Steady Flow dominion for nine conturies will ment follows: rendered by Ub defenders on sea The above Article Is tolerably dopendbn. e, whether mombero of tho Across Border. h and on land. "A League of Nations to prevent not submit to It, even tho nn Atplain. Tho word "shall" and not .Leagu? or not, under tho provisions Republicans aro not ungratofuli - of Artlclo 10, or to employ the mlll- - tempt to force it upon them were war and to lmilt armaments will bo "may" is freely used. Shoulu it daThroughout their history they Mexico City, Mexico, Oct. 1G Mex- cldo upon a war to protect territorial jtary or naval forces of the 'United made by a thousand Leagues ot of the greatest value to the world 1C, it shall be entered Into without fm- -i have shown tholr gratitude toward Is beginning to feel tho effect of boundaries and the political status States, un.'cr any artlclo of ihf trea- - Nations. ico pairing the sovereignty of the United! tho nation's dofonders. Liberal, tho heavy flow of labor from this ot any Nation as now existing, the ty for any purpose, unless In any Tho. League .of Nations hero prolegislation for tho care of the dis- country to the United States, and Leaguo Council Is to advise, which particular case the Congress, which, posed is an abomination, an at States. That sovereignty must in nou abled and Infirm and their depenways are being discussed to keep the means In this case, decide, as to what under the Constitution, has the sole tempt to use the conscience of event be impaired. ''Interpretative reservations would, Christendom to sanctify and perdents has ever marked Republican Mexican workmen at .home. Thoso shall, be done. As a Na power to declare war or authorize the policy toward tho soldier and sailwho go to the United States are the tion It would be our duty to obey, just employment of the military or naval petuate wrongs which morality and be of no avail. There must bo re solvations Incorporated in the coveor of all the wars In which our best of. the laborers, vigorous, enter- as we obey what tho Suprenn Oourt forces of the United States, shall, in justice condemn. country has participated. The prising men, who are able to earn advises and derides is the.lawr As it seems to us, the speaker ans- nant. The Lpdge reservations seent the exercise of full liberty and action, every one oft present Congross has appropriated and save enough for the journey, by act or Joint resolution so provide. wers himself with a sufficient com- to me indispensable any reason .why pleteness. No additional word ot them. I do"mjt-ae- e generously for the disabled of the Those who remain behind are chiefly Artlclo 23 Section (c). Uetcrvatioa. t patriotic-Americashould.object.ta,, World War. of tho lazy, shiftless class men who Members of the League will Intrust The United States reserves to Itself our is required. any; one of thoso reservations. . upon as prizes, by em the League "with 'the general su- exclusively? the right to decide what 'The amounts alrcadyapplled and, . are I favor with all my soul the League of N. D. FULKERSON pervision over tho execution! of agree questions are within its dorriestlc' juauthorized for' the. fiscal year ployers. Nations with those reservations; F 1920-2- 1 for this purpose reaches The great reason' for tho rush to ments with regard to 'the traflc risdiction and declares that all dotho stupendous sum of $1,180,571,- - the United States Is that .the Moxicans in women and children, and the mestic and political questions relatr Mr. N. D. Fulkerson died at his could not approve it without those . S93. TMs legislation Is significant are bettor paid there. Men who have traflc In opium and other dangerous lng wholly or tn part to Us internal home near Equality, late Monday ev- reservations or their equivalent.' the party's purpose In generous- - worked In the Mexican oil fields,, drugs. affairs, Including the suppression of ening after a protracted illness of a ty "A refusal to enter Into the treawithout ttfose reservations is sot of aliments. Funeral Jy caring for the maimed and dls- - where laborers .get three and a halt The major portion of Article 23, traflc In women and children and In complication pesos, or $1.75 in American money, composed ot six sections relates to opium and other dangerous drugs, services Were conducted by Rev. K. a refusal to become a member of tho ablod men of the recent war. This misrepresentation Is nothing cross the border into Texas, where domestic questions, that Js, ques- and all, other domestic questions are E. Fuqua, at Equality, after which' league pt Nations. President Wilsea effort many of thorn get as high as $5 a. tions almost It not entirely, having solely within the Jurisdiction of the th'o body Was given Masonic burial, Is unwilling to submit to the nation. more or less than a last-hoto mislead those valiant young Ken- day, or ton pesos, In the American to do with matters affecting each in- United States and are not under this of Which order tho deceased was an of Europe the treaty with those- - retucky boys 'who fought in the war and oil fields. Those who work on rail- dividual- Nation, intornally, which treaty to be submitted in any way, honored member.' Mr. Fulkerson servations; but when his successor; year, was & whether he be James M. Cox or War-- 3 aro going to voto in November, as roads and ranches get much better would be turned over to the League either to arbitration .or to the con was In his' sixty-fourt- h well as their fathers, mothors, sis- pay than they could obtain In the part Council or Assembly for handling sideration of the council or of the as- member of the Smallhous . Baptist ren Gamaliel Harding 'shall submit ters and brothers, who havo learned of Mexico where tho highest wages should the original draft be sembly of the League of Nations or Church ot which he was an officer to the nations of Europe, tor their approval that treaty with the Lodge .rethe truth about tho Democratic party are paid the dil fields. Outside of any agency thoreof, or to the decision at the time of his demise. servations, It seems clear that taa to do the the Tamplco dUtrlct, Mexican labor and Its consistent fnlturo or recommendation of any other pow- treaty will be accepted nnd that we SPLENDID SHOWING FOH right thing by our fighting men. ers got much loss than $1.75' a day. In er. will have an effective Loague of Na. HORSE BRANCH SCHOOL glad to work some sections men are The foregoing constitute only a few of tho 15 reservations adopted by the tions; the peace of the world will bo , K. OP I CONVENTION y for ono and two pesc3 a day. Senate to the League, many of the others bclng-equallas important, perMr. W. H. Collins, of the Kentucky promoted and the sovereignty and theb. XO BE HELD TONIGHT The "high wages" in the oil fields haps some of them radre so, and we urge every reader to carfully weigh these Children's! Home Society, recently safety of the United Stiles wilt behave caused Mexican laborers to go Pythias, of thU there from all parts of the country few articles together with the exceptions or reservations, them decide which visited the Horse Branch School, be- in no wise impaired or Imperiled. Tho Knights of "C. B. SEYMOUR," district are to hold a convention but as the Tamplco section Is very you deem to be the better for the United States. Take, for Instance, ihe ing taught by Mrs. Mary White and tholrCastla Hall. The Grand unhealthy many become sick and are section wherein the Covenant acknowledges the legality of, any sort of traflc Mrs. Pearl Perguson, for the purpose LADIES' SOCIAL CLUB Chancellor will bo among the visitors forced to leave. in women and children, to us a most shameful thing to do under any sort of Inducing the school to make a con WITH MRS. BELLE COOPEK-- ' something of $37.00 for use of the and Is expected to have Another cause of the rush across of circumstances. The reservation therefore would leave the question with- tribution Home. These two teachers put on First rank tho border is the unsettled condition good for those present. Mrs. N. Belle Cooper entertained. in the United Spates entirely in 'her own hands and substitutes SUPPRES an entertainment later, as suggested, work will bo conferred and an Inter of Mexico Many Carranzlstas dreadexpected. All ing mistreatment, have thought It SION for SUPERVISION, Which do you approv? meeting is which netted the neat sum of $75.00, the Ladles' Social Club at her homov esting all of which has been forwarded to on Union Street, Wednesday after Taembers of tho order are requested best to go to the United States. noon in an' enjoyable meeting to all 1)0 present. the Home officials. to UNDER WHICH FLAG? MRS. J. P. HASWELL present. playing After several.-OSCAR NEEL JARKAGIN. games of progressive rook delightful HAS GOOD HEARING t t DUKEIIURST. LEAGUE DON'T" FUNCTION. (Louisville Herald.) refreshments were served. On Wednesday, October 13', little Those present besides tho club best-knoMrs. John V. Haswell brought hor 'August. 30, 1919, one of the old baby of Mr. Smith Payne.and Mrs. Andrew members were: Misses. Mattle San Oscar Neel. Tho world Is sick for peaco J public men ot the United "that Is, the decent cultured world Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jnrnagln, fell week's tour ot tho County to a close States appeared before the Foreign Payne went to Calhoun one day last defur, Zella Mae Nail, Winnie DSlm-merm- an, is sick for peace. And yet war con- asleep In Jesus. Neel was sick most last Saturday afternoon at Fordsvlllo, Relations Committee of the Senate. week. Mesdames. J. B. Tappaa-an- d in one, ot tho best meetings ot the Ray Wlmsatt of Chicago, was here tinues to ravago Us red way thru of htfTllfe, ,but was a noblo child ami Ira D. Boan. reweek. Mrs. Haswell was introduc From the official stenographic o. bore last week, visiting relatives. . many lands. Tho Near East Is a it all with patience. He was a port of his speech It was a caiotul-l- y Mr. Fred Patton, ot Rickets, Is Russia, Lithuania, Poland, favorite bf the family and loved by ed by Mrs. S. O. Keown, of Hartford CROMWELL. prepared and elaborated statement here this week, visiting relatives and Mrs. Jno. P. Haswell, ot Hardins,- -' tho Caucasus, Persia, Turkey In all all who knew him. All were anx- In a few but approprlatejwords. wo reprint these remarks; Tho Fordsvlllo Court room was usattending the protracted meeting. burg, Ky., delivered a splondld ,adij. of thoso and many more lands tho war ious that he might be Bpared, but Ood The reason I am here Is becauso Miss Elizabeth Morris, of Liv.er-mor- e, dress to a very large audience at tha blnro, tho guns roar, cities fn his lnflnlto wisdom knew best ed for the speaking but was entirehorns ly too small to accommodate more I do not want tho government Is visiting relatives and trlonds school building, on Thursday evening-.- , fall and are sacked, men and women when to take him, whose shelter from my earliest hei'e. Rov. R. B, Neel, for whom he was than a small per cent of those who ot tho 14th, upon tho Issues of ther-- i children dip. famine and starand layears I .was resolved to seek, whose . Mr. W, F. Cornell and son, of Glasday and urging the women to vote. vation aro reaping' hideous harvests. named, preached the funeral, from wished or endeavored to hear the benefits1 1 have enjoyed to bo emgow, aro here for. a visit with their Hor talk was enjoyed by all present. Samuel, after dy. Mrs. Haswoll, as elsewhcro thruTho situation In Ireland Is approxi- 12th chapter 2nd Congressman Burton E.Sweots, of mating that so long prevalent in which ho was laid to rest in tho out the County, made a splendid asculated, impaired or destroyed, as family. ot tho I believe It will be, of this treaty Her discussion Mandates' conferred by the Groen River Cemetery. Tho floral speech. Mrs. Kit Berry and children, of Iowa, spoke hero last Friday evening, HIoxlco, Loague ot Nations and other Issues is'ratlfled. Kansas, and Miss Ethel Hlnes, of discussing the Wilson Administration. authority of tho Council of tho offerings were beautiful. ot vital Interest was most convincing I do not charge deliberate tream Imposed and Earlington, are visiting Mr, A. J. A good crowd heard him. League of Nations are nnd equal to tho best delivered in son against anyone but I do say Hlnes and family. ' M, H. Thatcher, IlKVIVAL SERVICES ot onforced only thru the agency of war fho County during the whole camthat betrayal of tho pause for which Mrs. M. A. Combs, James Smith, Panama Canal, will speak here In the with all Its.accursed lncldonts. this war was .fought and won will and two children ot Romney Helton, school building, Monday evening, Oct. The Public Is cordially Invited to paign. If the League of Nations was crebe the net result,' It the purpose of are on the sick list,. was sot up hear Rev. E. Raymond Couch, "The 25th. Everybody should hear' him. ated to prevent war, If It COURT HOUSE WEDDINO those who negotiated this treaty t Miss Sudyo Allen, ot Hartford, Rev. Birch Shields left yesterday the electing Iioubb for In- Blue Mountain Evangelist" at the to become spent Tuesday night hero, with. Miss to begin a revival meeting at Concord Mr. Guffy Whltler and Miss' Bessie shall be accomplished. ternational Justice, why In the namo Hartford Baptist church, Sunday Oct, Is there In that treaty, one single Myrtlo Payne. Dodge, of Fordsvlllo, came to town church. of all the gods of pity and friends of 24th. T. T. Martin says of him. "I know last Saturday, procured a marriage word of which any American should Mr. and Mrs, John Kingwho hav6 roorcy does It not function effectively CARD OF THANKS. been visiting old friends, returned ts nations aro mem- of no more effective preacher and license and were Joined In marriage bo proud, does It liberate a single now? Twenty-fpu- r ' has It singer among the young men ot Am- In the office of the County Judge. people who seek emancipation? their home in Beaver Dam, Sunday.. bers of the league. But WhatInterna- erica, than Raymond Couch." The speaker was Bourke Cockran, We t,ake this method of thanking Mr. Joy Patterson of Centortown, and Miss Lena Wallace, who is attend- or exhalt aono to conserve Bro. Couch will sing and preach Miss Jonnlo Downing, of Simmons, At that time he appeared as the cham the folks who were so kind to us lng sehool atiBever.Dam,.lpeat last'1' Justice? What has It dpne.'td tional prevent any war? Where the sub- or us till Nov. 30th, when Bro. E. A, were' also united In wedlock at the' pion ot his race; in that day he was during (he long illness and death ot week with herWents, Mr. andtMra. Judge-Mac- pleading for the recognition of the our dear, baby, Neel. May. God's rich- T, W. Wallace. stantial achievement In this respect Petroft the great Bulgarian singer same place Monday the 18th. Cook, officiated In both Irish republlo and voicing, one must, est blessings be upon each ot them. Mr. Clyde Cardwell, of PaytoaJA which has and Evangelist T. T. Marin, will arof this x believe, those aspirations that lay J. J. JARNAGIN. and FAMILY Iowa, is visiting relatives here.- - M to take over the world, the rive and continue the service. assumed ne acy " law-abidins not-look- League Covenant and Reservations. c,r'h:8"l;. u...u. m aavi aijf,iib iiu ajfUHU 'JUDGE C. B. SEYMOUR WILL BACK HARDING. 'ot ur ' rfi-'j- ' ' - vol-cau- o k super-Instituti- l --A nations of the world." WHY SOLDIERS ARE OPPOSED TO LEAGUE Etapossible to Arouse Proper Spirit to Face Death for Foreign Countries. Sevr vrlklts i5fcon&Br cccs -- by Capl. "Eddie" on "Why Soldiers Are ifjBMMtf iXe League of A'aiions." Cai. .Rickenbacker was the ace of 'The (foUoving is he ihird of ifmil m France. Jns.judiions.-ide- in American aviation on the His acquaintance . among the soldiers of the late tear ilk"., the I97CAP.T. When he speaks for speaks what he knows. EDDIE' RICKENBACKER. Chapter 3. atslsai solemn thing to go out to kill oclo'be killed. Most men do not like Xlwy go because duty forces 4c. Their sense of duty to their oocfitrySs stronger than their sense of They fnce death stSIdTCaorvatlon. ought to protect what they Oa?e:4tS:ome. 7Ifet Is what makes spirit In an xirany. "OTk West Pointer calls It mo-ta"Without this fighting spirit a yftSHrcis not worth much, and an army isTJ0ermy at all. Every soldier knows totc b. rAVi. -- 5Jow are you going to get the spirit Into American troops uA3c. rusder article 10, they will be cdlX to fight for Poland against Rus-- -, Tor Eeumssht spalnst Bulgaria, arrrisr Greece against Turkey?" TCfeatls there to nerve a man against "ssft In 4he thought thaf by his death TksirM'blpDe of these foreign coun-crV- a retain a territory as big as Long T3and raa prevent another country fflrraettUs it? Will that thought 3Qm w.ea his mind turns to tire rsMtfhsr-o- r wife In America T Is there -isjjrissplrallon In It? Docs a man die srtrmJty Hot anything so foreign and so prop-tx;l&kil-con---se- Jxid so"" lie asks: Tho compilation of the reports of all banks other than national in all of the fortyelght States of the Union and the Island possessions and Alaska as of June 30, 1920, has not been finally completed, but preliminary figures are given which are subject to revision. These figures Include the reports of the State banks and trust companies, savings banks mutual and stock, and report iguprivate bank. The total resources' of all the banking Institutions under State supervision as reported June 30, 1920, amounted to f29.667.S55,000, an for the rear of J3. 287. 326,000. The total deposits other than bankM deposits were reported at $23,694,-372,00- 0, an Increase for the year of $2,855,825,000. The amount due to banks'and bankers was reported at for the $S6,4,2S2,000 a reduction year of $41,217,000; Loans and discounts and overdrafts June 30, 1920 amounted to $17,263,976,000, an Increase for the year ot $302,098,000. Investments were reported June 30, 1920 at $7,201,060,000, an increse for the year of $23,455,000. cThe cash in vaults reported by the State banks savings banks, trust companies and private banks June 30, 1920 was $626,027,000 an Increase during the year of $53,129,000. The amount due from other banks June 30, 1920 was $2,712,040,000 a reduction over June 30, 1919 of $75,911,000. The proportion of loans and discounts to total resources June 30, 1920, was 57.S and on June 30, 1919 was 53 per cent. The total of notes and bills redlscounted and bills payable June 30, 1920, was $1,078,792,-00- 0 an increase during the year of $263,070,000. Other liabilities June 30, 1920 were reported at $698,501,-00- 0 a decrease' since June 30, 1919 of J150.05S.000. ne MUST FIGHT OR BREAK OUR WORD Preparation for War Necessary If We Join League of Nations, M Declares American "Ace." The following is the second of four articles by Capt. "Eddie" Rickenbacker on "Why Soldiers Are Against the League of Nations." Capt. Rickenbacker was the ace of aces in American aviation on the front in France. His acquaintance among the soldiers of the late war )Vhen he speaks fori is nationwide. mem, he speaks what he knows. By CAPT. 'EDDIE' RICKENBACKER. Fordson TRADE MARK Farm Tractor More than 100,000 Fordson tractors have been sold to 'farmers in the United States. They are helping those farmers do more and better work in less time and at less cost. North, East, South, West everywhere the Fordand a real necessity son has proven itself, a money-make- r to the farmer. Besides it is helping mightily to solve the Chapter 2. means what It says. It means war more wnr than the United States' ever had before. If we pledge ourselves to preserve "against external aggression" every other member "of the league we have got to fight or break our word. If we are going to fight, we must get ready to fight. That means a great deal. Only n man who was in the wnr knows how much. We can't contract for a lot of wnr by signing article 10 and then not prepare for It The United States has fine fighting men; none finer. Every soldier who was In France knows this. And when they got Into the war these men were warlike enough. But they never felt thnt war wns a regular business with them. As the people In Europe understand It, they were not military professionals. And the Arnertcon people are not professionals. They are & fighting people, when called out, but In peace they refuse to be military. We went Into the war unprepared, ,and were protected by our allies wfille we made preparation. We were In the war 10 months and we came out still unDrepared. 1'et we spent $20,000,000.-uO- If article 10 labor problem. These one hundred thousand and more practical farmers have affirmed the economy the exceptionally low fuel g and operating cost of the Fordson; its time and qualities and its ability to increase production. The Fordson was built to be the most economical tractor; is is compact and devoid of excessive weight. And it is built of the same strong iron and steel as is the Ford car. Winter or bad weather does not hinder the Fordson's hours a day if usefulness.. Day or night twenty-fou- r you choose you can utilize the Fordson. Only so many Fordsons are allotted this territory. Orders are being filled in sequence first come first served. Let us have yours now. There's a practical use for the Fordson every day of the year. Let's tell you. Come in and have a tractor talk. Give us the chance to make a demonstration on your own farm. labor-savin- mm saiaier who has stood by the fkiiTsfi aosli and bones of a comrade fBovBTSxcn Is no spirit or consolation xx.srrv.'l these things. He knows that ntocxnnt fly willingly Into the face ' tfc6tfc for any such causes. 'EEm-hotthing Is impossible. To a BtxldtcT at the line It is simply To him all the talk about asHosti; tbe world safe for democracy boundary wars all around tJ xUbe means just nothing at alL TSoc gpftftt as well tell him to die for das Soe ky as to die for boundary Chase everywhere and for democracy S3 --- With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and In order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acta thru the the blood on the mucous surfaces of was system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine prescribed by one ot the best physicians In this country for years. It Is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of tlie ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces euch wonderful results In catarrhal conditions Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. All Druggists. TSc Hall's Family PiUs for constipation. Catarrh Cannot Be Cored E&ave never seen a soldier or an ntmay tfcat could get the fighting spirit its-sni- k cause as that. Neither has rvsyntSser American soldier. An that had no other lnspira-e"fe- at wdla "be on ormy without spirit, Tsrgtast morale; it would be no army aftm. Madefy any soldier to Imagine tffctBgfttfns American army under these Amer-Ctacaam- iy WILSOX ACTS IN WHEAT PRICE DROP Washington, Oct. 16 President Wilson has requested Governor Allen of Kansas to forward to the Federal Trade Commission any information he has tending to Indicate that the recent decline in wheat prices was due to unfair practices or competition or to other artificial causes. A letter to this effect sent today by Secretary Tumulty was In answer to many appeals for Government action looking to an embargo on Canadian wheat. These were referred sometime ago to the. commission and the Department of Agriculture. Mr. Tumulty's letter to Governor Allen ftn 1018, 16 American avla-C3ars vwae lined up at Claremont, aSbcMSe, to go to the front They shook --Tsqpitin v374atons. fy, mmts with everybody and said "good- 3y7" An engineer officer asked the In Charge of the aviation gloom?" ma- The n: "Why all this vaBj,yvwB: "Well, those American no protection; as soon as - .tjjbC at &cSet hits that gasoline tank It Is QEXtla it will take fire Immediately "A month later the engineer .5ty. roet the captain and asked If said: President has received your "The ?33aft& Xittai wen came back. "They never telegram of October 6 with reference vara; hack," was the simple answer. to the wheat situation anij has rerC&or.Juver came back! ceived a number of others of similar t men do theae things as tiyy go tenor. He fully recognizes the imrcta toMkfast or board a street car? portance of the questions you raise ftgy do 'these things for political requested the trtoecrfcts air for general principles or and he has therefore, U3r- - miserable piece of land that Federal Trade Commission and the ommi foreigner covets and some other Department of Agriculture to look in to the matter at the earliest possible j&rej&scr will not give up? v3m.yon expect any soldier, who has moment with a view to determine tsryrkTnen do what those 16 did, to be what. If anything, can properly be .Our Una League of Nations? Can you done. In the meantime be will apajmsgiae bis wishing such sacrifices to you will be good enough cuade on the orders of a foreign preciate it if Can you picture to yourself to forward to the Federal Trade oreaar? jttBi isaerlcan army sent overseas by Commission any information In your A irnvrleaii people to enact such possession which in your opinion 'Obi lied? Or, if sent, can you think tends to indicate that the recent deir:gt56ible to inspire an aruiy to brave cline in wheat prices is due to unfair udtiMfet on such hollow pretenses? practices or competition, or to other S cannot. No soldier can. That is causes.' tbe soldier is against the League artificial sie men have no cliance to get .)!? We nad only 100 airplanes at the front In trance at the end of the war, and not oue of them was a fighting plane. Tet e speut more than a billion dollars for aircraft. Tne soldier of the air knows that We did not make our or a gas though we tried. We did not us our own grenades. We did not have our own liquid fire; we did not have .my American tanks. The soldier of the llnfe kuows that; and be knows the thousands of lives these failures cost as. We cannot afford to go Into another war thus unprepared. It would cost too many lives and too much money, If we contract for wars all over the world we have got to prepare or suffer awful losses. A soldier who was In Europe during the war realizes what a burden a policy of militarism would put on the American people. He understands how terrible would be the losses, under article 10. If a policy of military preparation were not adopted. The soldier is against bringing European militarism to America and be is against sacrificing American flesh and blood In conflicts for which we are not prepared. If we go Into the League of Nations we would have to choose preparation or punishment He knows It That Is why he does not want, this country to go in under article 10. That Is why he Is against the League .of Nations. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KY. m All you who have torpid liver, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. The season is here and the air is full ot the disease germ. The best thing to do is to get your liver in good condition and purify the stomach and bowels. HERBINE ndlgeotion, RiliousnceH, Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets have restoris the right remedy, it answers the purpose completely. Price 60c. Sold ed to health and happiness hundreds m who were afflicted with indigestion, by Ohio County Drug Co. biliousness and constipation. It you are troubled in this way give them a KENTUCK1T CAN GROW MORE trial. You are certain to be pleased WHEAT THAN EVER for they will benefit you. m According to Government reports the 1920 wheat crop in Kentucky was only about half as large as either the 1D18 or 1919 crop, but this 71kI should not discourage farmers in the growing of wheat It we apply urselves to proper agricultural methods, Kentucky will grow as much or more wheat than ever. No doubt, some people think that Kentucky should go out ot the wheat growing business but we might as well say that Kentucky should quit growing tobacco. Kentucky always will and always should grow tobacco. Kentucky always will and always should grow winter wheat. It will be a mistake to think of cutting out either crop both play an 'mportaut part In the agricultural prosperity of the se y prices ot wheat and tobacco will soon We must get back to a disappear. normal agricultural basis. We must not forget that wheat is one ot the staple crops of Kentucky. It is es sential to the fullest prosperity ot the state even as tobacco and corn and other products are essential. It is time right now, for us to think of wheat and get ready for next year. Tobacco ground is splendid ground for wheat and next year may be the best wheat year Kentucky ever had. More attention to the proper liming and fertilizing ot the soil will help to make it so. PAIR DKVORCED EVERY 10 MINUTES IN BOSTON longest authenticated fasting record Mac-Swin- ey MOST APT FIRE-FIGHTE- R aOutiioJu. TX mm "JOKE" WEDDING of NO JOKE your child starts in Its sleep, isriads its teeth while sleeping, picks .at. tbt sose, has a bad breath, fickle cavff&Me, pale complexion, and dark jsaaex-nndethe eyes; it has worms; uuax as long as they remain in the that child will be sickly. 'WfcUe's Cream Vertulfige clears out rs'Jw" srurms, strengthens the stomach bowels and puts the little one on Tjtt.rtt!ul to health and cheerfulness. aSrice-'SOper bottle. Sold by Ohio m .OKuay'Drug Co. T "Mr. and Mrs." F. M. Wartenberg. Huntington, W. Va are no doubt aware by this time that it is harder to untie a knot than it is to tie it. even though it be a marriage knot tied in a Joke. The couple declare that they parted at the altar. The supreme court decided that although tha mnrrlapA rurpmnnv WQ lpfirlllv J performed there had been a previous agieement that It would not be binding and that it was not policy to make euch marriages stand. The case was ubaxk resources remanded back to the local court for break records trial on Us merits. The moral is t.hat Jokers bad better not jokn about "WIlrijr.tton. Oct. 15. John Skel-- b matters as sacred as getting married. Wiiliains, Controller of the An Agreeable Surprise. "has announced, on the basis of "Abqut three years ago when I was XImb compilation of the report of all VvbiWcf of the country, that tne total suffering from a severe cold on my rwKsor national banks, State banks. lungs and coughed most ot the time banks, trust compauieb and night and day, I tried a bottle ot Cough Remedy and ict3purt5ns trust companies is J53.079,-UOtUO'i- e, Chamberlain's not including Federal Re-t- ;r was surprised at the promptness with e Ranks. Mr. Williams declared which it gave me relief," writes Mrs. ziiOi rthe resources of all the banks James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Mals ny another has been surprised and tl4ttis United States "break all exceeding the rt pleased with the prompt relief af in ather leadlns forded by this remedy. bank assets-of-til- l nl c Cur-tnta- cy sat! rec-vjrl- anrere, com-v.np- tbe season had much to do with the reduced yield ot wheat this year. Possibly It was more to blame than the soil, but it must be admitted that wheat growing has been much neglected ot late. During the war the abnormal demand for tobacco sent up the price and kept it up and it was natural that we should grow as much tobacco as possible. On thousands ot (arms the best ground was planted to tobacco and wheat was planted on the poorer ground and given only secondary attention. But now the war Is over and the between .the relative difference San Francisco can boast ot a new high pressure water system designed expressly for fire fighting which is believed to be the most powerful and It has no efficient In the world. connection with the regular city water system but pumps salt water from the bay, whence It Is stored in an 1m? mense reservoir on Twin Peaks, almost 1000 feet above sea level. The has six separate connew fire-plu- g nections for hose; the available water pressure Is 314 pounds, which Is more than ordinary Tvater mains could stand. In a recent exhibition 21 streams of water were thrown higher than the tallest skyscrapers and were turned on and off simultaneous-ly- , six miles ot hose being used. If such a deluge of water could have .been thrown on the great fire ot 1906 there might have been a dif- ferent story to ten. since inui awful disaster Ban Francisco has spent over $20,000,000 for Improved flre-flghtl- known Is 45 days, made by Nucci ln New York in 1890. Mayor Boston, Oct. 16 An avalanche of at this writing is close to 60 divorce petitions breaking all re- days on his "hunger strike" but It Is cords of Suffolk County and neces- asserted that he has been fed. sitating two sessions ot the divorce court, promises to add nearly 50 per CRANK WILL NOT I1H cent to the divorce rate here this TRIED FOR MURDER year. At the twin sessions ot the diPhiladelphia, Oct. 15 District Atvorce court, eases are now being torney F. X. Renninger, of Montgomhandled as frequently as one every ery County announced today that ten minutes. Pasquale. "tho crank", will The number of divorces in 1920 is not be placed on trial charged with already close to the figure for the the death of Blakely Coughlln, who whole of 1919, which was the record was kidnapped last June. Despite for this county and for Massacbu-seU- s. his alleged confession that he killed the child, the District Attorney sajd, The general cause ot multiplying Pasquale cannot be tried for murdpr martial troubles, according to county under a State law unless the body ot officials, is the unrest resulting from tho child is found. the war. Pasquale's confession, he said,' Behind the unrest, many observ- cannot be admitted as evideuce withers believe, is not the war, but the out proof ot the child's death. Paslack of proper housing facilities in- quale told the authorities ho throw cident to the war period the body of the child Into the Schuyl-C- J kill River. dressingA valuable for flesh The formal charges to bo lodged wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, against Pasquale, District Attorney chafed skin. Is Ballard's Snow Lini- Renoingtr Baid, will be abduction, ment, It is both healing and antisep- extortion and blackmail, with pos- tic. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per slbly the addition of a charge of bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug breaking and entering. The maximum Company. m pepalty for abduction in Pennsylvania is life imprisonment. TENNESSEE ON TRIAL TRIP Au-gus- to D super-dreadnoug- ht, . apparatus. mm WOMAN' KEEPS SECRETt They say that 12 years is a long time tor any woman to keep a secret; but it can be done, as proved by Mrs. Adam Carl, ot Chambersburg, Pa., who married 12 years 'ago and has since lived in her own home under her maiden name. Mrs. Carl Is now going to keep house tor her husband. OUIJA-ROARLIESI New York, Oct 15 The Tennessee, which was There is one person who no doubt launched three months ago, has been has learned to leave the ouija-boar- d fitted complete for sea service and left the New York yard today on her alone. Ho Is William Morris, of Now York city, who is held on $500 trial trip. The Tennessee was In command ot ball for trial by special court. MorCapt. R. H. Leigh and carried 1,460 ris wlfe; it appears, lost her diamen and officers, the majority of mond ring some time ago and Morris got out his ouija-boar- d for council. whom were native Tennesseeans. big battleship, which is When naked who took the ring, Oul-J- a When the said "Cooper" whereupon Morequipped wjth twelve fourteen-lnc- h ris sought out his lifelong friend and guns, is ready for line duty she will beat him up. The court Informed Join tbe eighth battle division at San Morris that the polico department did Francisco, It was announced. not accept the ouija-boar- d as good evidence and he would have to take FASTS 40 DAYS. tho consequences of his assault. Mrs. J. M. Lane, ot Oregon, under4t y went a fast to conquer stomPILFERED HARDWARE ach trouble from which she suffered for many years. Her only nourJudgeWhy did you steal that 7 ishment was orange .and lemon Juice :i ' om crowbar? Though she lost 25 and water. Frisoner Yer honor, t wui "buat-c- d pounds Mrs. Lane was not confined ' to her bed. Her first food at the Judge What do you think yaJ end of the fast was a little soup. The are an automobile? V 40-dankey-wrtv.- ) LEAGUE MEANS MORE In-Ba- GRIEF FOR MOTHERS )lo Consolation to American Motherhood When Sons Fight ' in Foreign Quarrels. Tho following is the lout of d the Sailor CUT COST OF LIVING WITH NEW INVENTION erate price. You save when you buy it. Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: There arc no failuresit always makes the sweetest, most palatable of First: It Is sold at a mod- Bacteriologist Says Fertilizer Will Double Farm Production. Memphis, Tcnn.j Oct. 16 The of two ears of corn whoro ono formerly grew, tho growth of two tomatoes on the same branch, which formorly produced one In fact, tho doubling of Iho growing capacity of all soil' aro tho clalma for n now fertilizer Indented by Dr. F M. Wood, a Chicago bacteriologist, who arrived In Memphis yesterday on the first lap of a Journey by automobile thru tho south, where ho expects to promote the establishment of a fertilizing plant in every county In the pro-duct- jmir articles by Uapt. "Eddie" Iiickcnlackcr on "Why Soldiers Are Against the League of Nations." Capt. Hickcnbacker was thi aco of aces in American aviation on the front in France. His acquaintance among the soldiers of the late tear is nationwide. When he speaks or them, he speaks what he knows. By CAPT. 'EDDIE' RICKENDACKER' Chapter 4. An Amerlcnn soldier of the lino doc not tnlk much about his mother. Something holds lilin hoik. But ho foods. Fourth: It 13 used by millions of housewives leading domestic science teachers and cooking experts. '"JUll"MPHl..l-iUUll- iw f J thinks about her. Copyright, 1920, by Star Company. YDU BUYIT'WHEHWJ USE IT When ordered to tho front he writes southern states. lout to her. When letters come from In Memphis, according to Dr. Tiffii home ho looks flrst for hers. When has 4,601,027 people, a gain of 20 Wood, hugo laboratories will be eshe returns from war, hers Is the Hrst por cont. Now Jersey has 3,155,-37- "LOOKED HAD FOR . tablished and this city will be the face ho necks. an Increase of 24 per cent. IdaIf In battle ho faces denth, It Is her ho Is booming; It has 431, 82G, a HE DECLARES main southern office for tho enterIME" prise. Other than mcro tentative fentures that Hash upon hlin. If ho Jump of 33 por cont. West Virginia has time to remember liLs home It plans, nothing has been done as yet Fifth: It is the best Baking 1,463 people, a gain of 20 per Powder that can be produced. Was Is her form that mer.ns home to hlin. has toward locating tho laboratories hero given highest awards at World's This, I believe, Is true of ninety sol- cent, which puts It ahead of Mary- Kept Growing Worse Until but Dr. Wood held conferences with PureFood Expositicn,Chicago;Paris land on the ItHt. diers In a hundred. Exposition, Paris, France. Calumet " several local financiers yesterday reHe Almost Gave Up No mnn feels more deeply thnn the Oklahoma has 2,027, GC4, a.galn of Nut Cookie" lative to introducing the new invenSixtfo It contains only such Amerlcnn soldier what war moans to 22 per cent, Wisconsin's population Recipe) Tanlac Restored His tion to southern farmers. ingredients as have been officially American mothers especially a for- is 2,C31,839, a gain of 13 per cent. 5 cup nutter approved by the United Statu Food Tho method really is not new but Vi cup sugar, 2t eign, war. So one of the first thoughts Health South Dakota has fallen back of Authorities. egos. Vi caB is1 simply an old process carried out that come to n soldier after reading North Dakota nnd It now has 635,- flour, 1 level teaThe finest" quality Baking the tongue covenant Is this: Is It In a now way, according to Dr. Wood. spoon Calumet-Bakin- g 839 people, an Increase of nine per Powder at the most economical right to expose the mothers of Amer It will reduce the high cost of living,' Powder.. cent Illinois has 6,485,098, an In"The Biggest Bargain That cost ica to r.11 tho grief of war, Jnt to help "I thought I would have to quit lighten farm work and, above all, It 34 cup chopped, Goes into the Kitchen Today." , a foreign nation settle a boundary crease of 15 per cent. Montana has my job but two bottles of Tanlac hae is cheap, he says. nuts, 1 teaspooni ' Mix plain flour with pure baking lemon juJrat. quarrel or win n political dispute? 547,593, it Jump of 4G per cent, and put mo back In as fine health us I Dr. Wood's method consists of vacThen mix in &fcj powder instead of using uncertain The one consolation or tho American it Is now ahead of Now Hampshire. could w'nnt to bo In," said John J. regular way. cinating the ground. Nutrflylng ormixtures. Then you will know your mother, when her son sah' good-by- , New Mexico has 360,247 an Increase bakinfrs are pure and wholrwime. Plain was that he wore tho uniform of Ills of 10 per cent, and It has passed Ver- Block, 1105 Dumesnll street, Louis- ganisms found in the roots of leguville, Ky. flour cannot be adulterated. minous plants, such as alfalfa, clover country and marched awny under the mont. Louisiana has 1,797, 79'S peo"My troubles started about a yoar and cowpeaB, are isolated and kept flag of tr.o United States. He went ago and I went down bill until it was bccMie tho government of his coun- ple, an Increase of eight per cent. in a liquid solution, multipliMississippi has less population all I could do to hold out at work alive try called him. Ho would fight to uped and returned to tho soil, where hold the honor of the United States. thnn 10 years ago; its figures now is itlll night. My stomach was In an they make moro accessible tho niUe would risk his llfo to protect his 1,789,182, a loss of the constitution- awful shapo and I never wanted to eat trogen in the ground. country and his people. lie would al "one-hal- f of one per centv" This I anything hardly, for everything disExperiments have shown, accordrisk his life to punish the enemies of loss is duo to tho exodus of negroes to agreed with me. I had rheumatism ing to"" Dr. Wood, that seeds soaked Ids country. the North as a result of the luro of from tho small of my back to my in tho solution have grown twice as This pride In their sons' American wages and tho chance to vote. knees and I couldn't sleep well. I spirit nnd American loyalty carried a high i'tfl fast as seeds from tho samo batch, ,s tho only othor 8tat0 that felt tired from morning million American mothers through ihBlVermont till night and but untreated- t anguish of sleepless nights. It wns M1"8 so Iar snown a. loss, as a class many a time thought I was going to "I think that I have solved the what brought them through, ,the tor - ,110 strictly agricultural Btates have give out. problem In my liquid solution,'' the tu re of the days when American young fallen behind in tho last decade; tho I "Finally I decided to try Tanlac men were djlng by thousands and no Industrial states have sained at tho and while I have been taking it only Inventor stated. "In the liquid solution tho germs aro kept alive, wherenews enmo to tell who Still lived tnd nxnensfc of thn rural sections, ns ev AND FOR I about three weeks It has built me up as tho government was not very sucwho had gone. La Grippe Colds, CoHghs eryone knows. more thnn I over thought any medi cessful In keeping them alive in the Now just Imagine n war which had j 4 tint fV(n f lite Pimifnrf frf n tt ft linra cine couiu. iiy nppeuie can i ue near. Neglected Colds are Dangerous eons agree that In cases of I relish everything I cat and never dry form. I Could anything be sadder?! heart "At present nitrates for use on the Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.' Think of the mother whose son would Cut8' Burns- - Bni'ses and Wounds the suffer after eating. I don't feel a farm cost in the neighborhood of $30 Relieves Breaks up a cold in 24 hours most Important, trace of rheumatism, I sleep sound Treatment is be sent to Asia to protect the Meso-Jfir" Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache an efficient antiseptic is appll-hel- p every night and get up of mornings per acre, whllo my solution can be potnmlon oil fields from Itussln, My Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic France rivet the hond on Syria ;ed promptly, there is no danger of feeling fine. I'm as good a man procured for 25 cents an acre. Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. plan is to manufacture tho solution & Or to get a piece of Turkey for infection and tho wuond begins to physically as I ever was and never in each farming locality, using the Greece I Or to turn some nasty llttlo heal nt once. For use on man or territorial trick for n people we have boast, Borozono is the Ideal Antisep- miss a dny from work." particular form of germs produced Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. there, and then, as time passes, cross nocr seen and n cause nobody could tic and Healing Agent. Buy it now L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by It. T. these germ? with othors lrom differunderstnnJl bo ready for an emergency. Price Taylor, Jr.; and in McHenry by S. ent countries and states." Are the mothers of America to be and f" 25c,' 50c, $1.Q0 nnd $1.50. Sold by the highest mountain in the eastern OFFERED BRIBE TO-crucified for foreign quarrels that nevJ. Tlchenor. Advertisement. FROSECTJTKEST STOP m Fanners To Operate Plants. part of the United States. Mount er end? Can an American Imagine n Ohio County Drug Co. ' more needless outrage to be Imposed Continuing he stated that the Washington stands 6,293 feet above Chicago, Oct. 15 A Governmesiir on American womanhood? Can n sol$1.00 A ndB.VFOK EGGS YOUR WATCH A POWER PLANT plans of financing . the proposition sea level, according to tho United dier think of a more painful sacrifice, wero simplo, and ho contemplated nc States Geological Survey, Department official attached to the Federal prothis 'side of death? Some of tho leading market men FJeally Enormous Amount of Energy Is trouble, inasmuch as under his pro- of the Interior, but many peaks In hlbitlon enforcement organization, fw Iknow tlint sonic men. who have aro predicting that eggs will go to Concentrated In That Luminous cess farmers, in the various localities tho Southern Appalachians are sev- Chicago told tho Federal grand jarr not felt death facing them In front Radium Dial. $1.00 a dozen this coming winter. would pay for the installation of the eral hundred feet higher than New this afternoon that a bribe on?lV--00- 0 nnd anguish waiting on them at home, This statement is based upon the had been offered him to storv fertilizing plants and operate them, Hampshire's famous mountain. The have said much about fighting for If you own n radlum-dlalewatch Septreceive only a highest mountain In the Appalachian prosecution u connection with Uteri An Amerlcnn Mntefcinnn fact tha results show that on mankind. with luminous figures nnd hands, then and that he would has een said: "These men gne their ember 1, 1920, there wero over a mil- you nre the possessor of a nst power stipulated royalty on all sales'. He system the highest point in the U. recent liquor traffic scandal disclolives to secure the freedom of man- lion less cases of eggs than In 1919 plant of ho mean proportions, says the stated that by establishing a small S. east of the Rockies Is Mount sures. kind." nut no soldier can accept that and with the lncreasod dally con- Electrical Experimenter. Tho bribe is said to have bcea ofThere Is plant in every farming section at a Mitchell, in North Carolina, which If the statesman had been n soldier, sumption of eggs it means that high sufficient radium on your watch dial comparatively cost - to tho stands at an elevation of 6,711 feet. fered by a New York woman small he would not have said It Why? prices aro to be expected this com- to haul your train homeward, if It farmers, freight and expenses would The highest mountain in Tennessee, The Chicago Evening Post prfateS he would not have felt It. could be properly applied. ing winter. Mount Guyot, stands 6,636 feet above a story today identifying th6 wobbhi be avoided. The soldier of the United States As the matter stands, the innocent-lookin- g the JlO.OflG' said to have offered Farmers should make overy posHe said that he has spent years In sea level. fought for the United States. lie had mdlum dial does not seem to bribe as Antoinette Duryea. alias no like or dislike for mankind In gen- sible effort to givo their farm flock possess any extraordinary amount of research work on his new invention. Roullot, of New York. Constipation. eral, lie thought only of his own suitable housing conditions so as to concentrated energy, but this is only Dr. Wood received a B. A. degree Tho Government witness, who as country. That was his main pride and reap some of tho benefits of these apparently tho case, and not nctunllj In tho Yalo Army Bacteriological beginning of almost every seThe All windows in the so; for the reason thnt while the School and an M. D. degree In Prince- rious disorder is constipation. If you sent here from Washington to l consolation ; for his mother, that wns high prices. the solo pride nnd congestion. And houses shoul'd be repaired and the amount of activity manifested by the ton University. of the liquor ring iiivosUfta-- r He was aformer ar- want to enjoy good health keep your for the mothers of America, if not for windows washed so as to make the radium paint on the dial Is small, this my physician in Mexico and during bowels regular. This is best accom- tlon, told tho grand Jury- that tfia themselves, Amerlcnn soldiers would house light and cheery for the chick- effect will keep up for 2,500 years, proby proper diet and exerclso, same woman had made repeated ef-r-ts tho war was tho head of the recon plished resent any scheme of world politics to bribe other Federal' offlciats when they aro vided the zinc sulphide, with which the structlon division of the medical but sometimes a medicine Is needed and ens during tho winter t, which in tho days of war trial radium Is mixed so ns to produce a . war misery, would tnfte nwny this Inst confined Indoors. Bring the pullets glow, held out that long. Tho zinc corps. During his. career as a gov- and when that Is the case you will to permit tho shipment of 1,000 cast estlge of comfort nnd leave nothing In and get them accustomed to the sulphide In most cases gives out in ernment surgeon ho has carried on find Chamuerlaln's Tablets are excel- of whisky from Louisville to Chicago. A subpoena, hijs been issueC fnr house boforo (hey start their fall lay ubout eight to ten years. but a killing anxiety behind. various forms of research work suc- lent. They are mild and gentlo In No soldier can be for n covennnt ing season. Clean up thoroughly and Now, If wo could but find a way to cessfully. their action, easy and pleasant to the woman In an effort to find" vc&c whom, sfte that Is so cruel to her whom he lores disinfect the houso with some well- - make the radium release all Its energy The inventor insists that his solu- take. Give them a trial. They only woro tho principals fqr best. known disinfectant or spray tho house in a few hours, instead of spreading tion will not only doublo tho growing cost a quarter. m 'worked. Charles Erbsteln, an attorney, 4r-If there Is a dirt it over 2,500 years, it would not bo with white-wasWhen tho chest feels on firo and floor, the dirt should be changed and difficult to make n motor that would capacity of the soil, but will make VETERANS MEET AND MARCH Bued a statement today chargiufctliHt crops in the possible tho doubling of tho throat burns, you have indiges- ovory possible condition should bo uttltzo this energy. I Walter Sadler, former New YorK sninn season, as tho solution will has tion, and you need HEItBINE to get brought about to make the poultr; ,1 At the 54th annual encampment of uroKer, wno yesterday went not area plants. tho development Daddy's Status.. rd of tho disagreeable feeling. It houso sanitary and then with proper Barbara nnd Helen were spending tenWhether or not theofinvention will the Grand Army of the Republic nt tho grand jury to toll of his partifc- ifood, feeding tho farmers should get eggs digested drives out badly Christmas day thoroughly enjoying be successful, it is attracting inter- - Indianapolis 15,000 veterans of the patlon in tho whisky ring's aettYftfe strengthens the stomach and purities during tho winter months tho gifts Santa had left for them. national attention. Dr. A. Comal- - Civil war marchod to tho enthusiastic approached him last August in an eC- tho bowels. Price 60c. Sold by tho Barbara, the older sister, had spent lnnm rnnrnspntine tho ncricultural cheering of the vast assomoiagc oi on- - ion to puiajn His am in marketing K m LARGEST CARGO OF Ohio County Drug Co. tho previous summer in tho country, department of Cuba, was present jookers. Thoufth tho roulo of tho carload or liquor nere. saaier. e- GOLD CROSSES OCEAN whero her father, a doctor, had when a test was made of the solution irnrade was lets than a milo In longtb cording to Erbsteln, had a letter NEW YORK STATE American bankers recently rocoiv- - thought it advisable to have her. warm weather resulted In several introduction from a member of theCENSUS COMPLETE cd a consignment of $16,750,000 In Helen showed herself partial to a big according to Dr. Wood, nnd was con- the falling out of line, Now York District Attorney's StafT. she, had contem- vinced of tho merits of the invention of tho old "vets" h Josoph Schlllinger, named in SuC- was transported across the toy horse, uporrwhoni nnme, when sho Tho Cuban has a reputation In Eu- and there were many calls for first The "Empire" state is Indeed an Atlantic ocean on the llnor Baltic. plated bestowing a among tho Ohio ler's statement to the grand jury a with tho remark: rope and in this country as an au- aid. Prominent ompire in itself; it has moro popula- This is said to bo the (largest ship- turned to her sistergirl Harding, an agent of the liquor rlngr, sb4'x troops was D. George Is this a horse or a boy thority on agricultural questions. many foreign countries, ment of gold ever brought over in "I wonder tion than horse?" Dr, Wood 3tated that at least four father of the Rupubllean nominee other men wero arraigned In etwrt and fhe census figures which are Just ono cargo; tho biggest previous shipWith an Indifferent shrug of the central offices will bo established. foi President, St. was select- - today charged with defrauding- A- nreported show that itthas not stopped ment is put at about $8,000,000. shoulders Barbara said; "I don't At the central points laboratories will d as tho place of reunion noxt yoar drew Pappas, a saloon keeper. Pf- growing. The total for Now York know." man Wm. A. Ketcham. of '.udiuna, wa Pas asserted ho had receipts shovriaifj Helen's rejoinder came promptly: ba established, whero solutions state is 10,384,144, a growth of alJail visitor "My friend, have you he Paid Schlllinger $12,000 forvbife. ufactured in tho farming districts will chosen coramauier-in-ciije- f, "You ought to know; you 'were In tho most 14 per cent in 10 years. Near- any religious convictions?" ky, only a third of which was ilofi.- m be tested. summer." the wholo growth of Prisoner -- "Well, I reckon that's country long enough Inst father came ly ed. Chambcrlnin's Couh Remedy. The inventor will leave Memphis Just then tho children's the state is in New York city the the rlght.word, I was sent bore for Into the room, and Barbara suggested today, contlnulnghls tour. He will This remedy is Intended especially revised figures for which show a robbing a church." . they "ask daddy." not return until plans have boen per- for coughs, colds croup nnd whoop-- 1 mm population of 5020,049, a gain of 18 To this Helen haughtily replied; fected for the manufacture of his In- ing cough. From a small beginning Firteen billion pieces of general "Ho ain't no horso doctor; he's a perpor cent. This total does not Include its sale and use has oxtended to all vention, he stated. neighboring cities of Now Jersey mall, and moro than two and a half son doctor." . the parts of the United States and toi For Infants and Children post packages passed and other suburban sections which billion parcel This alone Man Walk down to the SIOUNT MITCHELL NEARIA' 7,000 many foreign countries, First thru tho United States mall service a- - part of' tho metropolis. Yearsc. In Use Over are really is enough to convinco ono that it is a man. house with me and I will give you a Always bears York is now decidedly the big- last year. New nedlcine of more than ordinary merit, drink fc ' the gest city in the world, having permaMany, people believe that Mount Give it a trial and you will find this Signature of Second Man Walk! Let's tako Call on Tho Republican for Fine surpassed London. nently m Washington, in New Hampshire, la to bo the case. the middle of tho road on tho rur.,r Job Printing. Texas alsoMB a nation by Itself; it 4, W SAVE Kill That Cold With !Lffc CASCARA QUININE I '&5&& TOjviV ! st ori-Whe1 ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT , d He-ca- v taker-charg- e h. -- 'T - gold-whlc- - ot CASTORS For feet 30 it ?J slain by United States shot and shell. or wilfully misrepresented tho facts RESOLUTIONS BY densely IgnorAn Investigation, has recently been or must bo considered LATE INSTITUTE at Wash ant. Wo would prefer to take tho ordered by the Authorities view, though either trait in ington, but nothing can possibly comb latter Published, Weekly by this particular Instance is wholly In- TcnVlicrs Commend Knllliful Effort PRINTING COMPANY of It before, tho election will hnvo gAKTFOKl) And 1'IcdRO Their Hrnrty been a thing of tho past. Haiti, If excusable and shows, to what methIncorpowtcd Cooperation ods some peoplo will resort when It you reinomber Is one of tho In.lnnnnilnnt fniintrlpH for WlllCIl OHO BUlts their purpose hotter to bo AV. S. TINSIiUV, Editor Wo, tho Teachers of Ohio County, Franklin D., fifth cousin to T. R. wrong than right, oVen when It Is so aim! IJuhIiicss MnnflRcr. In Annunl Institute Assombled, Roosevelt, deceased, boasted that he easy to be right. Handbook, Republican "Tho grateful for the considerations and according to law at tho had written her constitution, nnd tho Entered (meaning Platform) not only falls favors that have been shown us since JPostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uail Administration Is down there with to contain a single word of praise our Inst anuol meeting and declaring of tho second class. a lot of Soldiers and Marines, tryour renewed devotion to the cnuso Of ing to onforce It, so It appears. This or appreciation of the glorious to achievements of the American ArAddress all communications education In our county and Stnto, Is Just one nioro rcasor why Cox and "Tho Hartford nopubllcan. cousin should bo defeated my In France, .but on tho contrary respectfully adopt the following tho distant It offers an Insult to tho American principles nnd resolutions as embodyon November 2. ervlco men. Further It says, Tho ing our Ideas relative to the work In NOTICE TO sunscniuEns Republican campaign text book our County: Subscribers desiring tho paper sent In a contributed nrtlclo on tho edio a new nddress must give tho old charges that tho GOVERNMENT 1st: That we extend our thanks Courlor-Journof torial page of tho address In making the request. LUXUto the peoplo of Hartford, who havt atid Notices 10c Sunday, we notice a paragraph of LAVISHED TOO MANY Business Locals per lino, and 8c per lino for each ad- Senatbr Harding's Louisville speech RIES ON THE FOUR MILLION shown hospitality and kindness and ditional Insertion. as follows! "Tho World YOUNG AMERICANS who saw welcome to us in our present meeting, Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards quoted service In the World War." and pledge them our support In every wiped out every sectional .of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for War Llko tho first charge above, the movement that mnkes for the 'social lino and slgnautro, money line In this republic of ours and left ach head In advance. us one people, with ono purpose, one latter Is Just as far from the truth. betterment of our county. Church Notices for services .freo, confidence, one country and ono flag Tho trouble with the Herald Editor is 2nd: That wo thank those who but other advertisements, lc per and the flag of tho United States. More ha does not read what he finds place have contributed their time and talword. will than that, wo In tho United States of reads what is not there. At no ent in furnishing music for (ho InAnonymous communications t?ho text book or plat- stitute. recelvo no attention. America, with a guarantee of equal or time does 3jd: That we heartily endorse our rights, equal privileges and equal pro- form charge that the Service Men with too many luxu- worthy Superintendent for tho school TELEPHONES tection under the constitution, mean wero showered 59 Partners Mutual to have a free America, without cast ries, and the Herald Editor knows program that ho has Initiated nnd Is 123 Cumberland to be Incorrect, be- carrying' out In this coun'y nnd nnd without clasa of any distinction." that statement cause ho purports to quote It. The pledge to him our strongest efforts Then follows this comment: "These do, however, charge to the end that our county may make OCTOBER 22 are bold words. Are the American Republicans JTCIDAY and millions In dollars that progress educationally, that her peo-pl- o that millions people, and especially the white Kentucky, prepared to follow wero wasted, wantonly wasted, Mr. resources, her peoplo, and hor repuREPUBLICAN TICKET. suchofa lead, and by their votes pro- Herald, but God knows that the ser- tation as a leader, demand. waste. 4th: That wo endorse the effimote such a purpose?" Great uns vice man received none of tho No, It was the big guy higher up who cient way In which our SuperintenYou arp and Leagues of Nations! of tho dent has planned and conducn'i the It. A comparison for world poace thru the League and scooped part present season of our institute, In equal Justice between all the Nations sums spent per man, who took home. In tho war has nothing at all to do that ho has eliminated outside Inof earth, but against It hero at question. Neither does the fluences and has brought the work of What sort of an oligarchy would you with tho down to educational Am- Republican platform, by any sort of the institute establish? One who raves for men problems that are vital and that now to become a party to the League Inferenco charge that tho service erica received In luxuries or otherwise, too confront us as teachers of the coun of Nations, on the Idea that It Is for lf and much for remuneration. The graft ty. promotion of World-peac- e the complained of went to men who were 6th: That wo comniend tho work ' Justice, while at the same time all acknowledging that he Is not for mado mllllonhelrs almost overnight. of our worthy county attendance ofbut man got In on the easy ficer, Mr. Stewart, In his effort to equal rights, equal privileges and No service Republican Concress gave earnestly and efficiently enforco the citizens money. A enual justice to all American to tho service men the additional compulsory attendance law in our without cast and class of distinction, bonus. We presume that all schools. Wp pledge to him our hearin his homo State, is certainly a fit $60.00 "v Tor President exactly how they ty support In his work, believing that subject to be closely watched. Or,, sevlce men know WARREN G. HARDING. wore treated and from whom It came this is tho only method that will ever Is he merely resorting to that old and J Tor Vice President attmept to eliminate tho blot of Illiteracy from worn out poppycock and tomyrot, so and the Herald's vicious CALVIN COOLIDGB. make political capital by making .he borders of our fair State. We well and effectually In vogue forty Por U. S. Senator Its false charge ought to be resented earnestly urge him to see that this years ago? RICHARD P. ERNST.' by every SERVICE MAN who reads law is enforced to tho fullest, In the Tor Congress Leaguo of Nations, the article. Again we refer the Herald future, and offer to him our services Speaking of the JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. exact wording of the Republi- In the matter wherever we can help we find that one complete paragraph to the "The can Platform on tho Service Man. In tho work. of Article 30 reads as' follows: men are requested to Members of the League severally You will find it under an article 6th: That we hereby endorso the l'n work of our worthy and efficient in,,.Tead tho article In another column, agree that this Covenant Is accepted headed "FALSEHOOD NAILED", who has on page 1 hereof, entitled, "Falso- - "as abrogating all obligations or un- this Issue, on Tage 1 and If not sat- structor, Mr. Stickles, re- brought to us a vision of the better "iiood Nailed On Short Notice." derstandings (inter se) which are isfied with tho reading there we spectfully refor you to the handbook things that can bo attained In tho inconsistent with the, terms thereof, '" "Responding to the Herald's request Itself, pages 97 and 98. We don't cause of education, and. who has and solemnly undertake that they "that we refer them to the two reputa-bl- 3 will not hereafter enter into any en- know what could have been further made his instruction so practical that by the Republican Platform, it has inspired and helped us to highDemocrats whoso estimate we gagements inconsistent with the added look In reporting the Roosevelt-Mor- section means except a bit of "mushy gush" and er Ideals. We commend him as an terms thereof.". If that tdw speaking at. this place, will say anything at all, it would appear that we'll say that tho discharged service able instructor and ask that our Suthat Mr .Harvo Sheffield was one of everything, all laws, rules and regu- men have had their fill of that sort of perintendent again obtain his services the parties. and If the other gentle- lations of parties signatory thereto, stuff. Neither can you fool them for this work. man has not already Informed you automatically become secondary to by cheap misrepresentation of facts. 7th: That wo extend our thanks of our concerning the correctness to our worthy State Superintendent, Covenant. In short our statutes, the statement ho Is ready and will do so. If In anywise conflicting with the Mr. Colvln, who gave us such exTo planatory and Inspirational talks on are to be held for naught. Covenant "We hear and see quite a lot of fool Thursday of our Institute, that we Our Constitution vests in Congress .Btuff about Harding and the "Nlg-.gex- " the right to declare war. Under the recognize in him a worthy leader for M. H. Thatcher, Idle nnd "Niggsr" equality. of our State, League It would still have tho right of Panama, will ad- the educational forces the right place talk intended only for tho Ignorant, to declare war. but should we enter and the right man in indulged in by the unscrupulous for tho League, it would be the bounden dress the voters of Ohio and in this movement of progress educatho sole reason that it is hoped that duty of Congress to comply with a re Butler Counties at Cromwell, tionally. We pledgo to him our .some of the most silly may be there-"b- y quest of the League Council and pro- Monday evening, October strongest support in carrying out tho Induced to vote the Democratic educational program noW before our vide for as many men and as much ileket. We woud remind those equipment and money as the League 25, at 7:00 O'clock. State. shining leaders of public thought that Authorities in their very y Governor Thatcher is well the8th: That webystrongly approve three times' has your Idol, Cox, been vision deemed proper for the' U. S. the recent Kenlaws passed Coventor of the State of Ohio, with of America to put up and "shell known in these Counties, tucky legislature relative to the We 2. legislature' to do his bidding and down." It would be absolutely and where he has many warm, schools of our beloved State. :still Ohio has mixed schools, schools down-rigrecognize In them the greatest fordishonorable to fall to personal friends' and should where both white and black assem-Tl- o bow to ward movement educationally that and comply with the League Stop your "kidto our State has ever taken. While for Instruction. Council's orders and edicts." When have a rousing, big crowd ding" about Negro equality, In Imperfections In we sign the Covenant, If we ever do, hear him in behalf of the Re- there may be some where neither "the whites or these laws, which will be corrected which wo won't for quite a spell yet, publican Ticket.- "blacks have asked for, expected or as soon as opportunity allows, yet we wduld most assuredly not hypoo obdesired mixed schools. critically and Insincerely do so with Judges Matt O'Daughorty, J. Wheel- we believe that they are the best tainable at present and pledge our doing as wo pleasAmong other things In Wilson's the expectation of Campbell, Jerry Kavanaugh, Wal- every effort to carrying out these we com- er TJovenant of tho League of Nations ed In the matter of whether or ter Godfrey, prominent Democrats of laws to the end that Kentucky may ordors -which wo aro asked to approvo and piled with the. Cpuncll's Louisville, were among a large num- take her true place as leader among No as a contract complying ratify, is tho following: "Members not, somo sort ber who announced for Harding and tho States of tho Union. Wo beIntrust tho Nation we would, without of iho League, will lieve that a long stride has been send Coolldge, yesterday. Xoague with tho genoralvsuporvision of Internal rebellion broke lose, made toward taking our schools out as a bath jjver tho execution of agreements with our boys, with their blood DENTAL NOTICE. of politics and putting them upon the of Tegard to the traflc in women and for the soil and the boundary lines Now is tho time to have your Den-- al plane of efficiency and service, and 30,000,000 children, and tho traflc in opium and oven Shantung, nnd her work attended to. Winter is com- for this reason we are willing to delivdangerous drugs." Notice the of helpless Chinese, raped and other ing with rain and snow which makes support the program that has brought sop, pure and simconnection, traflc In women and ered to Japan as Abscess- to us better things as teachers and ple, for her portion of the booty for old teeth ache and abscess. danchildren und opium and other entering the war. Self determination ed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" are danger- promises better things for our whole gerous drugs. And they would have to determine ns to ous. You are continually swallowing educational fabric. us become a party, acknowledging allowing people government: Were this deadly poisoned pus.t Each 9th: That we thank tho ministers bf that any sort of traflc In women and their form millions of Chinamen nouthful of food carries this infection and others who havo conducted the theso thirty children Is and ought to bo legalized. It Lowers vitali- devotional exercises for us, realizChinese Govern- - Into the stomach. JL lew short months ago you know, 'consulted? Was the ty which Invites cancer of the ing that in all our work we must not ' mont proper consulted? oth-lOn tho tho traflc In liquor was what we Diph- forget that kind Providence that ever hand, Wilson and his crowd com- mouth, thrpat and stomach, under Government supervision called Pneumonia, smiles upon us whon wo are in the theria, Tuberculosis, or regulation and everybody, knows mitted the rape over the appealing Influenza, Typhoid, Brights Disease, paths of duty and supports us In the exactly what that was. What the protests of tho Chinese Government. ! Rheumatism, Anoemla and even death hour of darkness. simple people Covenant qught to have said is: That And now, should these 10: That we .express our thanks tyranlcal rule? frequently results from continually tho members f the Leaguo heroby revolt from Japanese to Dr. J W. Carr, Director of Physithe United States of America, If swallowing pus. solemnly agree to Btamp out and blot jWe, ' A mouth containing decayed teeth Education for Kentucky, for tho League, from tho faco of tho earth the traflc party to the Covenant of tho agree- s a poisonous laboratory, which sends cal that, he gave us In the matter help be honor bound by tho would Jn women and children. physical ment to assist Japan In holding theso a host of bacteria Into the elementary of carrying the teaching of tract. They multiply rapjdly thus education. In our schools. We feel Juswronged Chinese in subjection wo mistake not, has Haiti, if lymphatic Bystom that this work, honestly and earnestIn the Leaguo of Nations, be- tice, did you say? Tho best day's gain access to tho and mothers of this and aro carried to tho distant organs. ly carried out, will bo of Inestimable ing a party, supposedly in full fel work tho fathers Soft spongy and bleeding gumB glvo benefit to the men and women of tolowship, yet this Democratic Admin morrow, anil that we will bo partly League so deep that future warning of approaching abscesses. Jstratlon who would put the United burry the responsible if wo .neglect this opLady Attendent. States Into the League, has for resurrection will bo out of the quesYours respectfully, portunity to help them' to strongor months been prosecuting what vlr-- " tion. and more healtufuj bodies. DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, "amounts to a war on tho help.dually Bank Bldg..Rockport, Ky 11: We recommend that a popy displays eithTho Hartford Herald less little Country wherein It Is Of Ice opens 8:30 a. m., closes 4 of the Minutes of this Institute bo d some of er' one of two very bad traits as .that v ,;, ,fj.t published and .distributed among the ., gentry have been shown by the current Issue. It elth- - p. m., promptly. d .lb,' flThe Hartford Republican BNcm This is a Billiken A Shoe Without a Nail frSaew ii i F1N1K6TL V TKo I 1 lYcri E I al not even the tiniest nail to hurt little feet. No stiff, clumsy soles to tire shapes to cramp the the little feet. No growing toes. Perfect little shoes for YOUR kiddie mad to nature's demands plus the good common-sens- e ideas of the maker. High and low styles-7-jfchildren, misses and growing girls. THINK OF IT ill-favo- ac-cordi- ng or ( ) Priced according to size. The best shoes for children we ever saw. Sold exclusively at thi: store. 1 v $: '''$ Carson . fj . Co. d' kriB mm Hartford, Kentucky. .. 4SBttW6SI ij fosd.LZ ih ,Hkk7 Hltkarr UT3j-wcErw- u J&Nl&SBlBBir 3 Ttas Wacom UATULU-A1IU su mace or the rM Thatcher Speak. or SlK(ltIMI . p.usu-jM- Hicr, DtrrMATrxiAL and Workmanship. Wacom Comsmuctiom. OU rlM Md lu o itn Sjmim ou mskttt p KalKSYSSEi'.MAMk ifc RMai,lu,,"0rt iwlLk40C pmm Ar ucut cnsos-Tciuumr--w. U tuu uasoti rW uii AJ1M1...I ii in t , mtmvrt mmmtgtKtuiuwwfe ihMI . I r.niif hUoM.taamn I lh.nl 1, nm a k4 ta4 m ? II I a I mi4 m iw t. Get Quality Service. Mw..f n.i.. SjonMEEnE w W.li... T.W 44 fcjdMfcfr nvft irl..o wusit jea mmim.i VftGOii I Works John Deere Dt.lers Civ both. MOUNE. ILLINOIS. ILXA. far-awa- I The big point for you to consider is that you know before you buy that these necessary qualities are in the John Deere Wagon. Theguaranteemakes that as plain as day. Read the guarantee over carefully. And then, the first time you are in town, come to our store and let us show you the This Wagon Guarantee is on the front end-ga- te of the John Deere ht -- Ken-iuclt- y, Wagon. It tells you that the John Deere Wagon has what you know is the best material and workmanship. In the wagonyoubuy you need the qualities that this guarantee sets forth. YoucanTget a real wagon bargain without them. They assure the kind of service that makes wagon use pay most service and length of Deere Wagon the wagonwiththeguaran teeonthefrontendgate. or FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY INCORPORATED Fordsville, Ky. I mem-Tjersh- lp Members; also a copy of these Resolutions bo sent to our worthy State Superintendent And published In bur County papers. three-thousan- dark-skinne- ing dates, for tho purposo of collecting tuxes: Prentiss, Friday, Oct, 22. Taylor Mines, Saturday, Oct. 23. McHcnry, Saturday, Oct. 2J, Sulphur Springs, Monday, Oct. 25. NOTICE Wysox, Wednesday, Oct. .27. ' Uockport, Wednesday; Oct. 27. To Tax-Payer- s. Beaver Dam, Thursday, .Oct. 28. I, or one ot my deputies will be at Simmons, Saturday, Oct.v 30. the following places on the follow .Render, Saturday, Oct; 30. X f .mQ&zx. IT, Extra "Star A Star" Shingles, for sale on clmo figures at W. fi. ELLIS & imaVs. ' Your chotco ,of fresh oysters (Counts or Selects) at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. HH4M4-HH-Hw4!IH44'--- H .'ifnRix&' "?3l, Cook Stoves That Do It! JBCtxTStSkT: S?---J Northern Rye, Tjmo.hy, Had Top,, and Glover Seeds. Tiio host on the W. E. ELLIS & BR0. market. Judge and Mrs. W. H. Barnes will return from.joulsvlllo today, where they have been spending a few days. Mrs. Molllo Herring, of Dcaver Dam, was .the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. P. Cascblcr. Mrs. P. L. Felix, who has been spending some tlmo hero, went to to visit Louisville last weok-en- d ws,mwmimmmmmmmmmi The Queen is made i two sizes, range finish, attractive and durable. 4 , TV ' '& k A a v i4 This Stove is all and more than its name quean of stoves in point of service. im-plics- ,the 1 v s- - 1 i If you . Mrs. J. R. Pirtlo and son, Ferdl nand, spent the week end nt Dundee, tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Stewart. an eye for three distinct when you purchase, viz: Cooking qualifications, fuel saving and You will find that these featuress stand out prominently in the Queen. Come in and look our line over. We can save you money. njeed a cook stove you ought to have Millinery Department 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. Little Miss Emily Fair and Master J. C Riley visited their aunts, Misses Hettie and Ruth Riley, of Owensbo-ro- , Saturday. Mr. Dros., arrived weoks Clarence I. Tlnsley, with Dond located at Montgomery, Ala., TTTfTrVI hero Wednesday, to spend two with relatives. ACTON BROS. Hartford, Kentucky. HOUSE AND CARE FOR has diphtheria. L. Worth Tichenor and .wifo and daughter, Edith, of Llvermbpe, visited relatives here Saturday "dnd Sunday. Dr. O. L. Everly, of Rockport, was In town last Tuesday evening. Fonza Rowe, of Bowling Green, is spending a few days here with relatives. Several folks from this place attended the funeral of S. D. Fulkerson at Equality, last Tuesday. S D. Byers and wife were1 in last Sunday and Monday. LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE k'l '-- VWi Commonwealth's Attorney! C. E. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Notice is hereby given that the Smith, will leave for Hawesvlllo SunKentucky Light and power CaxanaRy.. day, where he goes to attend a session Loxington, Ky. October IS Now is Incorporated, Is not able to ogtiralo of the Circuit Court. the Umo to house all tho machinery under tho burden of high taxes anl which during the rush season you high prices and that on thq 31st day Mr. C. O. Hunter, Cashier of tho have left standing in the open. la of December, 1920, it will dfscantlnHS Dank of Hartford, attended a session these days when experts state that furnishing- both light and water, aad In connection with our Millinery Department you of tho Kentucky Rankers' Association Ve cannot oxpect any decrease in price will dismantle its plant, and tho corIn Louisville, Monday. will see the greatest line of Coats and Coat Suits to of farm Implements from decrease in poration will bo dissolved. cost of manufacture; when freight M. L. HEAVRIN, President. be found in our city or county. All kinds of materMrs. U. S. Faught, of Centertown, rates aro increasing when farm help ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. Is visiting her brother, Mr. A. K. Is becoming so undepondable, every ials, all styles, all sizes. Would appreciate a look E. G. BARRASS, Trcas-Mg- r. Rowe, and, Mrs. Rowe, in Louisville, precaution should ,be taken to conSeptembor 25, ,1920. 131C whether you care to buy or not. and attending the Gypsy Smith. serve our farm machinery. Tho average life of an unhoused farm implement is about seven and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Igleheart one-ha- lf years and that of a housed were host and hostess to tho' Stork ' one Is 15 jears. It Is estimated mai A fino little" girl ba.by was .. niiitlinI lnM to the famcrs o tho yesterday. left with them, which they havo State by not housing their machinery adopted as their own. would be approximately two and one-ha- lf million dollars. Mrs. O. W. Overhultz, of Cedar If a farmer has ?1500 worth of ma 'Edgo, Colo., was summoned to her chinery and It wears out in 15 ears i old home near Equality, 'Monday 6n when properly housed, thb dspre-clatto- n I j account of thescriotis illness and will amount to $100 a year, death of her father, Mr. N. D. Ful-- J but if he leaves., it out in the fence erson. . corner it lasts on'iy 7.G7 years, and the ' depreciation will be $196.56 a year. who 1ms Mr. Auburn Tichenor, The difference, $96.56 wpuld pay tho bcon employed in Detroit, Mich., for farmer 10 per cent Interest on a some time, arrived here a few days $1000 implement shed or 20. per cent ago to vi3lt his father, Mr. L. B. on a $500 one." These figures are .. Tichenor and Mrs. Tichenor and oth-'- worthy of consideration by every r, Mr. Tichenor will bo relatives. are always glad to talk business "with; farmer. here nbout two weeks. SuKRestlons As To How ToConscrc the man woman with a Missouri M.lcllilKT. "Show Me." viewpoint Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carden and 1. Cooperative use .of machinery family, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Car- may help solve the problem in some If you own dairy cattle what we can "Show 's den spent Sunday with Mr. C. P. ' You" in the way of a cream separator is going to rnmir.nnltles.. father, Mr. J. P. Carden, of 2. When setting up a new maintensely interest you. i t Narrows, In honor of his seventy-fourt- h chine, always follow the printed inThe 'Primrose Cream Separator is the stingiest Cots, Low birthday. A number of thj Bargains in Comforts, Blankets, Iron by the .manufac' structions sent out proposition on earth with cream never wastes a other children of the elder Mr. Car- turers. Wheel Wagons, suitable for log wagons and general drop. Equipped with two cream outlets instead! den were also present. any machine, r, Before operating D. Coats and' Pants, Shirts, Overcoats, hauling. of one, the cream is. never crowded in flowing out.. see' that all the working parts are Russett and Marching Shoes, Wrapped Leggins, CanThi3 prevents the breaking of the fat globules WILSON DESTROYED correctly adjusted and that tho liear-Ing- s Bacon, Tobacco, vas Leggins, Raincoats, Sweaters, OWN LEAGUE TAFT aro properly lubricated. result, smoother butter. Whips, Overalls, Horse Covers, Wagon Tongues, 4. All polished working surface?, The Primrose separator skims extremely close. , Chicago, Oct. 19. President Wil- such as plow bottoms and cultivator Brake Beams, Tailgates, and other bargains too nuThe cream is always of uniform grade is sweet, . son was accused of destroying his shovels, should bo cleaned every night merous to mention. clean and always in first-clacondition. And own League, of Nations by former before leaving the field. the warm skim milk is invaluable for calves and soon tonight. President William IL Taft 6. Store all Implements as YOU ARE NOT WASTING TIME BY PAYING A pigsv Built strong and simple, withframe open and sanitary. Mr. Taft spoko on tho campaign is- as tho season's work is done. TO THIS STORE. VISIT ' and supply can large and low The Primrose is an ideal sues at Northwestern University. He G. When storing all parts should machine for the dairy farmer seeking maximum results. , cleanal, bearings said that only by the election of Sen- be thoroughly There are so many exclusive good features connected . ator Harding can real progress be greased as well as parts that are apt with the Primrose separator that We know we can "Show. to bring the United States into to rust. J. R. TAYLOR, Manager. made You" where you will profit much by its use. Let an' agreement with other nations to 1, When storing tho Implements, Beaver Dam, Ky. its many fine points to you J if it is hot parts ' prevont war. worn and broken a list of convenient for you to call, 'phone us and we will bring a '"President Wilson mado himself should bo noted and a list qf the re machine out with us to your home. a tho proper object of severest criticism pairs needed should be recorded. in not being willing to accopt a com9. Scrap all old worn out maA nlco line of crisp potato chips at promise which tho Senate had the chines, but save all usablo parts such The Hartford Republican . TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. right to offer him," said Mr. Taft. ns bolts, levers, etc., for emergency "By insisting on Article X hp destroy repair wjjrk. HARTFORD, KY. OCTOBER 215 FRIDAY Mr. J. J. Jarnagln, of Cromwell, ed his league1, and Mr. Cox proposes ; was In town yesterday. EAGER TO MEXICO to do tho samo thing." MEET ALL DUTIES Mr. Taft said that if Cox is electPERSONAL NEWS Nice fresh candles, grapes and ed the league can not bo adopted-be-causAND SOCIAL EVENTS fruits. TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Mexico City, Oct. 16 Mexico is the same opposition that pre vented its adoption under the Wilson anxious to comply with her internaWe have Rye, Red Top and ' Fresh Creamory Butter at TAY administration will be found in the tional obligations, Provisional PresU Seed. House and Senate. dent Dt LaMIuerta told tho correLOU'S RESTAURANT,. . ACTON BROS. , . "Tho Issue of this campaign Is spondent of the Associated Press, and whether wo shall approve the Wilson extends a hearty welcome to all Mr. Bob Wilson, of Olutonwas In 20 Colonies Italian administration," ho said. "The ques FOR SALE Ha declared the Mexican Hartford yesterday, on business. standard hives, Bees in tion is what can be done, under the government had not received from';; 1 ECK RIAL. Washington any intimation as to con-- r; ; rules of tho game, under constitution We pay cash every day for eggs and ' poultry. al provision to bring the United States ditlons upon which possible recogni-- . CLEVELAND, O. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Mrs. Joe Westerfleld and son, Fred, In an arrangement to prevent war. It lion OI me xuexicun reguiiu wuuiu uo spent tho weok-en- d with relatives at reems tq me clear that In the existing based by tho United States. Mr. Wi A. Clark, of Sunnydale, was . A complete line of Hpuse Paint, Barn Paint, Roof X Sulphur Springs. situation, Mr. Harding's election is .here yesterday attending to business. ,,, "V f C. Dlenkenship, who un-- 'i "i Mrs. W. ramus, luur ruiius, v urnisiies, oxnngie oiain, una, tho only means of securing this." ' derwent an oporatlon in a Louisville T Etc. Mr. J. H. B. Carson, of Carson & m Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duko spent Sat- -' NOTICE, i Hospital last week, is. improving nice ,' urday night and Sunday in Central Co,, will retun today, from a business Goodyear Liquid Cement, guaranteed TEN iy. trip" to Louisville. 'city. .. . The Hartford annual Hallowoen YEARS. Every gallon guaranteed. Sold direct to CENTERTOWN. Wanted To exchange two auto- Masquerade dance will bo jjlven on Squire. Leslie Combsof near town, consumer. Rev. J. J.. Wlllott, of Owensboro, Madlsonville, Wednesday, on mobiles for realestate. Address, Dr. Oct. 29th, this year, due to the fact Y ''.went to on Sunday. filled his regular appointment at the 17tf that HaUoween falls B. BEAN, Hartford, Ky. L. , .business. Write or call, f) Baptist Church at this place last Sun. Pleaso don't forget the 'date. , . i. i '. Jh ' Minerva Mackey and J Musio by Parr Bros. Jazz Orchestra, uay morning uuu uvuiiiiiB. Mesdamea it VTAV Mr. Cal P. Keown wont to LoulsSales " vllle Wednesday, to attend a Con-- ,j B, Hradebaw, of Centertown, were of Louisville, Ky, All dancers are O. M. DUhop and wife motored;., V. U. I'' Ciirwlfiv - visitors at this office, while in, town Invited to attend. TT.11.. Iham nti nnon iru niiranohnvA mmum! rUjAO 4IU1U UUUUipi vhvmomvw veritlon of the Armenian Relief OrI Tuesday. of town are not required to msusk. I An infant child of Garfield Rowe ganizatlon. 44XtXLKfcffr Coats and Coat Suits - Q2?6b It Pays to Follow The Crowd to thp i er Government Store 0. Give Us the Chance WE or Car-den- ss . W. E. ELLIS & BROTHER I rs. The Standard Paint and Lead Works r lltf t '" Til lililAlUN, Manager MAHTKK COMMISSION'KH'S SAI-K- . Morgan, to-w- it, $47B.0O to tho plain n Tttnudo Crowe, ct nl., Plaintiffs. vs. Notlco'of Sale. Nolllo Crowe Truman, ot nl., Defend-- Ohio Circuit Court. of said jib Master Commissioner court to sell tho hereinafter described real cstato for tho purpose of paying tho costs of tho above styled action together with the costs of this salo and dividing the balance of tho pocccdB among the parties entitled thereto ns tholr respective Interests may appear, I will offer for sale ,at public outcry, to tho highest and best bidder at the .Court House door In Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., on Monday, November 1st, 1D20 (It being tho first day of tho regular Novemat ber term of tho Ohio County Court)m., about tho hour of one o'clock p. folupon a credit of six months tho lowing described real estate lying and hoing In Ohio County, Ky., bounded as follows: Two tracts or parcels ot land In Ohio County, Kentucky, hounded as follows: 1st tract: Beginning nt a stone In "Henderson Whltler's line, and corner to lot No. 3; thenco west 138 poles to a hickory, Wm. C. Truman's corner; thenco with his lino S. G6 poles to threo black oaks; thenco Si 43 B. 42 poles to a stone, B. 110 poles to two white oaks, corner to lot No. 3; thence North to tho beginning. Being same land convoyed to H. C. Crowe, by John Whitler, et al., on tho 3rd day of March, 1902, which deed is of record in deed book No. GO, pago 173, Ohio County Clerk's of2nd tract: Beginning at a stono In the Fordsvlllo and S. Gillespie road corner to the Whitler homestead tract; thence with a line of same S. 10 W. 73 poles to a white oak and in black oak, corner homestead "Whltler's line; thenco West in a straight lino 64 poles to a stono, corner W. C. Truman; thence N. with Truman's line to the road; thence with (ho Fordsville and Gillespie road to the beginning, containing 30 acres more or less. This is a part of the old Henderson Whitler tract of land which was conveyed to J .W. McCar-t- y by It. Holbrook Commissioner, .August 13, 19007and which land was conveyed to H. C. Crowe, by J. W. JUcCarty and wife on Feb. 2nd, 1903, which deed Is of record in deed book B9, age 573, Ohio County Clerk's ---of-JJ- By virtue of n Judgment nnd order ot sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court en tered In tho above styled action nt us September term, 1020, directing me ants. fice. with Interest thereon nt tho rato per cent per annum from May 7, 1917, until paid, nnd tho costs of this nctlon nnd cost of this sale, 1 will offer for salo at public outcry to tho highest and best WdJor r.t tho court linnco dnor In Harf tori. Ki'i. on Mon day Nov. 1, 1920, (It being tho flift dny of tho regulnr term ot the Ohio County Court), at about the hour of ono o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twolvo months, tho following described real cstato: Intorest in a tract ot A land in Ohio County, Ky., containing OOncrcs lying on tho waters of Bar-netCreek and bounded on tho East by tho lands of Milligan Bros., nnd J. B. Mulllcnn; on tho South by the lands of Robert Rowan and Willi Heflln, on tho West by tho lands of vd Chnrlet nnd John Prico; on tho North by the lnnds of Fred Johnson and Milligan Bros. Interest in 130 ncro Also a one-hatract of land lying and being in Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of Burnett's Creek nnd bounded ns follows: Bounded on tho East by tho lands pf Frnnk Riley; on the West by the lands of James Hlnton; on tho North by tho lands of John Salmon, and on tho South by the Llvermoro and Maxwell public road. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bonds immediately after salo with security to bo approved by the Commissioner in equal Installments, due In six and twelve months, bearing Interest at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum. Haw nonus 10 navo me. lorco and effect of a judgment. A Hen will be retained on the land sold to further secure tho purchase price. Glvon under my hand this the 9th day of October, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. V. J. S. Glenn, J. P. Sandefur, Attys. T. F. Tanner, ot al., tho sum of this nctlon with interest mere-ont tho rate of 6 per cent per nnnum from May 7, 1917 until paid, also to tiff In C AVIATION "ACE" DIRECTORY It. W. Slack, Oweniboro. Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hnrtford. Cal P. Keown, $242.-0- 0, ot OPPOSES LEAGUE Covenant of Nations Has but One Meaning, War, Declares Capt. "Eddie" Rickenbacker. SPEAKS FOR BOYS WHO FOUGHT Says Lawyers May Argue Point, but Soldiers Would Interpret Our SIq. nature Only as Pledge to Fight Which Must Be Judge omcuiT couht. ' REAVER DASf. V. T. McKonney. Ch'm'n. Board Clork It. W. King. Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal II. F. Stevens. FORDBVHiLE. t K 1 one-fourt- h ts mMmmm The singer: Miss Betsy Lane Shepherd, famous soprano. WISBfimvWlm Kept The following is the first of four article by Capt. "Kddie" Rickenbacker on "Why Soldiers Are lf Against the League of Nations." Capt. Itickcnbackcr teas the ace of aces in American aviation on the front in Franco. His acquaintance among the soldiers of tho late tear is nationwide. When he speaks for Jhem, he speaks what he knows. 'EDDIE RICKENBACKER. Chapter I. For a soldier, tho League of Nations has Just ono meaning war. It Is a contract to fight. If we Join the league we agree to fight when called In to Dy CAPT. The test: A direct comparison between her voice nnd its by New Edison. on Ch'm'n. Board W." It. Jonei. 1st Monday In March IS days Clork Olla Cobb. Coni'tu. and Civil. Polico Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. 1st Monany In May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July 12 days Coiu'th, and Civil. 12 days OFFICIAI SCHOOL 'CALENDAR 3d Monday In September FOU PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days County Board of Education B. S. Cora'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C." COUNTY COUJVT. Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Meets first Monday In each month, Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. . Dlv. No. 3. Claud Itcntrow, Dun-de- e. ' The Jury: 185 public audiences, aggregating over 100,000 people. S. A. Bratcher. BhcrllT Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. , Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Ooff, Roslno. Dlv. No. E otls Stevens,, Boavor Surveyor Coroner C. S. Moxley. E. P. Itodgors. Dam. Dlv. No. C Nat Lindloy, Centor-tow- n. The verdict (unanimous): No difference ! TFISCAIj COUHT. do so. - MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. H. A. Balrd, ct al, On Petition. vs. Notice of salo. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, entered at its September, 1920 term, In tho above styled action, directing me as Master Commissioner ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, to sell the hereinafter described laud for the purpose of paying the costs of this action top ether with the cost ot this salo, nul dividing the balance of the proceeds among the parties entitled thereto as their respective Interests may appear, I will offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder at the court house door In Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, on Monday, November 1st 1920, tit oe-Ithe first day of the regular November term of the Ohio County Court), at about tho hour of one o'clock p. m upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described real estate, lying and being In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as follows: First tract: Beginning at two poplars, white oak and dogwood on the line of A. Burnett's 2000 acre survey and N. W. corner to J. B. Stevens; thence with the line of said survey N. 1 E. G2 poles to two sugar trees and beech, S. E. corner to the John Lucas tract; thenco with a line thereof N. 89 W. 98 to a tone on the south bank of Nocreek; thenco up said creek with Its meanders to a stone on the line of J. H. Woodward; thence with his line S. 89 E. 122 poles to a planted stone on the said line of A. Barnett's 2000 acre sur vey; thence South with said line 16 polos to a stone; thence E. 183 poles to a planted, stone on James Barbour's line near "to which Is marked as corner trees, a white oak and double dogwood; thenco with a line poles to a of Barbour S. 9 E. 80 largo poplar and beech on a branch of Nocreek; thenco down said branch S. 34 W. 14 poles, S. 8 W. poles to threo beeches on the west bank of tho branch and corner to J. B. Stevens; thence with his line west to the beginning, containing one hundred seventy-eigand ono half except eleven acres (178) acres, to H. A. Balrd and heretofore sold acres sold to other par-tic- s, about 46 leaving in said boundary 121 acres, more or less. Deed from D. L. Barnett and wife to Samuel L. Balrd, dated October 23rd, 1857, Deed Book "Q", page 43. Second tract: Beginning on the East fork ot Nocreek at a stone; W. 84 poles to a stone thqnco N. 86 on the line of Alex Barnett's 2000 acre survoy; thenco south with said line to two beeches near the bank ot little Nocreek and East of the Hawes-vlll- e road; tho corner to land bequeathed to W. L. Balrd's heirs by James Balrd, dee'd; thence north westerly In tho center of tho Owons-bor- o road, to a small walnut on the east sldo of said road and near the foot of a hill; thence N. 68 E. 89 poles to a stone, corner of land be queathed to Jane Stevens by James i Balrd; thenco E. 90 poles to a stono; corner on Thomas Webbs line; thenco south with said lino to little Nocreek, thence with meanders ot said creek to the beginning, containing Eighty-si- x (86) acres, more or less, except about 36 acres sold to 11. A. Baird leaving 50 acres more or less. Deed from J. W. Bttrnett and wife to Samuel L. Balrd Deod Book 5, pajjo 270. Said tracts to be sold separately. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds immediately after sale ; with oonnritv tn. ho nnnrnvo.i i.v ti.n i Commissioner to have the force and effect of a Judgment, payable In six, nnd twelve months, bearing Interest at the rato of C per cent per annum from dnto until paid. A lien will be retained on tho land sold to further secure tho payment ot said bonds. Given under my hand-thitbo 6th day ot October, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commr. Ohio Circuit Court. C. M. Crowe, Attorney. ng International lawyers and diplomatists may arguo this point. Some sny that we may sign the league covenant nnd still not fight unless we want. They arguo that, after our nllles call on us, we still are at liberty to go In or stay out. The soldier does not look nt the league covenant In this way. He does not bother with the law or diplomacy. We sign a contract; we must keep It. We give a promise; we must redeem It. He docs not even think about Let us howyou CKeNEWSpiSOtt that made this phenomenal record of realism Come in nnd tell us which voice or instruments "pet" you most quickly. We'll give you the '"personal fa- The purchaser will bo required to execute bond immediately after sale ;with security to be aproved by tho Commissioner to have the force and effect of, a judgment, payable in six months, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid. A Hen will be retained on the land sold to further secure the .payment ot said bond. Given under my hand, this the 6th day ol October, 1920. OTTO C. MAItTIN, M. C. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. ft"'-- if prsB iB ""'sS'"? vorites" Realism Test. This test will show you what the New Edison's perfect realism does, how it brings the keener, finer, eubtler joys in music. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam. County Board ot Examiners: E. Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Birdlo Midklff and Octobor. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Itouto 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beat er Dam. EXAMINATIONS 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni, 4Ui District O. W. Itowe, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 1G at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). 7th District B. P. Rice, Fordsville. May 28 nnd 29 County Teachers' 8th District B. C. Kboades, Hart- Examlnotlon n Hartford, (Colored). , ford. Route 5. Juno 18 and 19 County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo, HARTFORD. (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 and 26 County nnd Stato- Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachcrs' Examination at Hartford, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and 18 County nnd Stato- ROCKPOUT Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (White). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Sept. 24 and 2G County and Stato . Clork N. II. Bratcher. Polico Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. 14-an- a n 'Every Woman Wants V FDR PPRCHNAI Mothers use V S it S' n.. i MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. " J- 0hj0 circuit court. Annie E. Hill, et al., Plaintiffs. vs. Notice ot sale. J3reno Maddox Jones, et al., Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at its September term, 1920, In the above styled action, directing jne as Commissioner ot said court to sell the hereinafter described land for the purpose of paying the cost of the -- - - Capt "Eddie" Rickenbacker. this sale, and dividing the balance of the proceeds amang tho parties thereto as their respective Interests may appear, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at the court house door in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., of the Ohio County Court) at about the hour of one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described real estate: Beginning at a stono the S. B. corner of lot No. 1, known as the Sarah Maddox land deeded to her by Jtouert Southard; thence east 3 poles --M.o a stone on the North side of the Hartford and Rockport road and the N. E. corner of the Dave Shlvley's lot; 'thence N. 66 E. 13 poles with the Hartford and Rockport road; Hhenco N. 72 E. 18 poles with said road; thenco N. 72 E. 28 poles to a etono on tho North side of said road; thence N. 12C pole3 to tho South bank of the Louis Creek to one beech and Bweet gum; thenco down said cree"k with Its meanderings to a stone, N. B. term --- Above styled action and tho cost of ed icing the first day of the regular on Monday, November 1st, 1920, (It 21, ht corner ot lot No. ard's land; thence beginning 1 said boundary of land a small portion thereof sold by E. Harrison Maddox to Oscar Wade on April 22, 1905, a small portion thereof sold by 3. Harrison Maddox to George H. Dennett on May 28, 1906; and a 1908, leaving approximately thirty ucres ot said boundary ot the land owned and held by said plaintiffs and defendants. Tho purchaser will bo required to -- executo bonds Immediately after sale with security to be approved by tho commissioner, to havo the force and effect ot a judgment, payable in six and twelvo months, bearing Interest .at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum Iroru date until paid. A Hen will bo retained on the land sold tp further secure the payment of said bonds. -- excepting ot Robert SouthS. 102 poles to tho however from por-vtl- on thereof sold by E. Harrison Maddox to Flora Bratcher, November 25, Given under my hand this the 6th day of October, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. Attorneys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. s C. W. Morgan. Plaintiff. vs. Notico JV. "W. Morgan, Defendant. By virtue ot a judgment and order of calo entered In tho above stylad action at the July, 1920 term ot tbo Ohio Circuit Court, directing mo to TMill the horeluaf'er described property for the purpose ot paying certain Jjyuueaths made (n Ihjg will of jeabell whether It is morals or law that binds us. He only knows thnt If we give a pledge we nre going to stand by It. ! "Black-Dratie- ht is, In Tnke, for Instance, article 10, the my opinion, th&bcst liver war article, of the league. The soldier medicine on Hie rends there that the members of the states Mrs. R. H. side, of Keota, Okla. She 25S-- ' league "undertnke to respect nnd precontinues: "I had a pain serve against external aggression" the in my chest after eatinc territory and Independence of all other tight, uncomfortable feellangunge members. That is the ing and lhls was verv of the covenant. Tho soldier transdisagreeable and brought lates that language in his mind into on headache. I was con United States. He then would put the stipated and knew it was pledge, If signed by tho United States, diccstion and inactive liver. 1 began the use of In about tills form: night and "The United States undertakes to morning, and it sure is respect and preserve ngalnst external - si oiendid ana certainly aggression the territory of nil mem- fcX- ves relief." bers of the league." Add to this that to the soldier "externnl aggression" Is merely a pollto name for war and you have urtlcle 10 as he sees It. Everything else is to him just camouflage. We give our word to stand ready to fight, on call, for any other nation In Is suffering from n care the league-Hin- t of "externnl aggression." Once given, BLACK-DRAUG- HT wo have to keep It. The trouble might come In Chlnn, or Slnm, Greece, India or Egypt. We might bo called to tight to keep 30.000,-00- 0 o Chinese In Shantung under rule, or to hold India In the British empire; we might not like the Por over seventy years MjLX Job; we might even sympnthlzo with JgJtSt tho Chinese, or Hindus, but we should QiStf this purely vegetable preparation have given our word, In a pluln conGnfU Rl found henpfirinl has been 3kw hv thnu. tract, and we should hnvo to keep It. That Is tho way a plain soldier sands of persons sufferlooks at the league contract, and ninety-fing from effects of a torive in a hundred soldiers do not pid, or slow-actiliver. llko It. They have seen foreign Indigestion, biliousness, and know they nre foreign to us. colic, coated tongue, diz- - Sfttf They know that every foreign nation, zlness, constipation, bit- - '(Xrt in war or peace, nets first and last for tct taste, sleeplessness, Ss4 a foreign nation gets Into Itself. 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This vegetable tonic and blood alterative clears the skin, beauti-fie- s it, increases the blood supply and the circulation, while pimples, boils and eruptions vanish quickly. Ask your nearest druggist for Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery in tablet or Iiquid.form or send 10c. for trial package of tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, $kY. , For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, n Fcelirtcht all tho time. Don't lay ol from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant L'w- - Var-La- x keeps yol on your feet, whila relieving your troujbt e. Safer too, and cosy to take. Dorit tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliiriinatea poisons, cleanses syx tem and relieves constipation. A nat oral remedy, natural in its actions, bum in its effect and certain in results. II ytli won't bo long before Ltv.Vo-La- x completely displace calomel in ever, home, t Children can take it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Nob genuine without tho likeness and sign' Rue of L. K. Grigeby, For salo by " V M. WULLIXSU, -- Bftttfs Ml f FARM DEPARTMENT. i . ( Why He is Kicking Up Such a Dust WIHMMIMIMimMMWMMMMI STAMPS OFF A LOT OF DOCTOR BILLS for Catarrh of Mm Stoma, Colds and trip "IhtrtniMre-ni--u for lerenl ran anil u tirtilr eetnroenii (or catarrh of th ttonucli or entire ritam. IU wurairettnefltfromltforco1dan4 Wp. It atanda on iota doctor puia Pe-ru-- Sweet potatoes make a superior root crops can bo kept In outdoor table and cooking syrup, say client-- J Pits or banks, requiring no cash out lets of tho United States Department' of Agriculture Thus far no largo commorctal uso has boon in ado of tho dlscovory. Tho department Is prepared to toll how to make swoot-pota- to sirup at homo and how to uso It In cookery and candy making, lay except for labor. RMMmMd r. In addition to tho grain and tho BOTTLES. H. F. D. No. 8, Box El, w ynMbnrj, Eentsckr, tnblo scraps given n backynrd flock It Itbxjsttokecpa botUo of In the home for Is well to feed a dry mash. This dry emerteodes. Coughs and colds may uau&Hy bo rcUaredl by lew doocs of mash Is composed of various ground taken la time. Nasal catarrh, lnd- eaUon, constlpitlon, diarrhoea, rheumaUam or other trouble grains and Is placed In a mash hopdue to a catarrhal condition of the mucous membranes per or, box from which tho hens can r II call for M tho successful treatment. The r Fall-sow- n grain crops In tho South help themselves. The advantage of HiHiHHHtHHK health buIldlnj.ttrcnithrcstorirjicjualiUae of this wth n provide a winter cover for the land, feeding such a mash Is that the hens known remedy aro especially marked after a protnetad I) ajekness; the grip or Spanish Flo. I thus preventing washing and leach- always havo access to feed, and this Is Justly proud of Its record of fifty yean ( ing. Thoy also provldo winter pas- tends to mako up for any faulty, In i n, I aa health protector for the whole family. ture and grain and forago for work experienced, or Insufficient feeding stock and may bo grown to advan- Tho hens do not like the dry mash i'TAMETSMUIIIII solo r tage In rotation with corn and cotton. so well that thoy aro likely to overeat, Tho oat crop Is ono of tho best for tall but It will supply a sourco of feed In sowing where It withstands tho cise they are not getting enough grain feed. Tho dry mash also provides a suitable medium! for feeding beeC Young Purebred Outweighs Scrub scrap, a cortaln amount of which may "Am marketing a scrub or may not be necessary, depending bull this week. It weighs only about upon tho amount of meat scraps avall-D0- 0 pounds as. compared with 1,200 nblo In the table waste. If hens show pounds for my purobrod Shorthorn a tendency to become ovorfat It may now 20 months old." With this com-'b- o 'deslrablo to close the mash hon- l ment a livestock owner In Doth per during a part of tho day and alCounty, Vs., enrolled In the "Dctter low them access to It only during a Sires Dettor Stock' movement. Ho certain period, preferably the afteris n breeder of cattle, sheep, and noon. swlno, and has a purebred sire for A good dry mash .recommended by Hw Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been each of those classes. The femalo poultry specialists of the United la use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of stock comprises graded principally States Department of Agriculture, is and has been made under his per-which will be Improved through the composed of equal parts by wolght sonal supervision siace its .infancy. use of purebred sires. of corn meal, wheat, bran, wheat mid auow- n0 one t0 deceive you in ajjjs dlings and beet scrap. Another mash All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are Jbut Is composed of 3 parts by weight of Full Sowing of Oats la South. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Tho principal varieties of oats suit- corn meal and 1 part beet scrap. Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. Gale tn Loa Ancela Times. able for fall sowing in the South are Still a third mash, which has given VI the Kod Rustproof, Fulghum, and excellent results, is composed of 1 NIGHT RIDERS OF COTTON BELT Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Winter Turf, say specialists of the pound of wheat bran, 1 pound of UNITKD STATES QUITS FIGHT ON H. C. L. CREATE REIGN OF TERRORISM Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. United States Department of Agri- wheat .middlings, 6,4 pounds of beef It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ita culture. Tho Red Rustproof and scrap, and 1C.5 pounds of corn moal. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Washington, Oct. 16 The govern Fulghum should bo grown In the, Tho beet scrap used In the dry mash Atlanta, Oct. The night riding been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, ment drive against the high cost of campaign to force the closing of tho Caro-.i- s usually tho most expensive ingre- Gulf States, Georgia, and tho Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ;-- allaying Feverishness arising llnas, and tho Winter Turf In Vir- dlent, but It is an essential part of the living, abandonment of which has cotton ginneries until the price of the therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aidj beon set for November 1, has cost np- - staple, advances to 40 cents a pound ginia, Tonnesseo, and Kentucky. mash and very efficient for egg prothe assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Fall oats should be sown on well- duction It should not bo eliminated proximately $500,000 according to;has assurried BUch Drobortions that The Childrea'6 Panacea The Mother's Friend. figures at the Department of Justlco ha economic life of this section !9 prepared land with n grain drill at tho or reduced unless the quantity of rate of 2 to 3 bushels to the acre. meat in tho table scraps Is considera- which today sent letters to all fair gravely mennced Tho dato of seeding Varies from Sept- ble or unless some other product can price organizations Informing them of In the Atianta district, which in- 'dudes the States of Georgia, Alaba-- , ember 15 to Novomber 10, according be substituted for it. Fish scrap, the conclusion ot the campaign. Department officials said the drive nia. South Carolina and Florida, thn Bears the Signature Only clean, plump when available, may replace the beef to tho locality. sown. scrap, or cottonseed meal can be used had been successful, but that lack of pight rlders have posted notices on seed should be to replace onohalf of the beef scrap. funds had forced the decision to dis- - 8Core3 of gnnerles warning the own-solthe organization built .up for er8 that no cotton muat De glnned dis- - In the mash. European corn borer has been No attempt should bo They pointed untn the prIce reaches 40 cents. covered In Canada, tho United States made to replace more than half the the war on profiteers. Department of Agriculture find, and beet scrap with cottonseed meal, as to collections of fines aggregating, in some countries the night riders Varna against this new source of In- - the quality of the eggs will be unsat- - more than $275,000, assessed against not only have posted the ginneries, fcctlon. the quality of the eggs will me unsat- convicted profiteers, as evidence of but also have posted the cotton HeIds the success attained isfactory. with notices that no cotton must be Further fines might be collected, picked. Green-cu- t bone can often bo purUso Of Vinegar Reduce Vegetable) Kind You Hav Large mercantile establishments al This ma- - it was added, from the more than 1,- t chased from the butcher.' Canning Losses, 600 persons and firms Indicted thru B0 have be(m ordered to close their A Uttlo vinegar added to beans, terlal when procured fresh makes an corn, peas, asparagus or spinach excellent substitute tor beef scrap. activities of the fair price group. ". tgoorsuntll Ihe price ot cotton Ad-- 1 convictions obtained thru the fair Tances moth- - It should be purchased in small quan when canned by the water-bat- h Th maul nt h nichtrwin. ac retitles, as it can not be kept fresh for price commissions totaled 181, re- od, will add materially in the cords of tho department showed, tics has" been to create a sort of re KAKR ON TREES NOT WOOD ?HE BEST SORT OF DETECTlVir of loss by spoilage. More- nny length' of time and when spoilduction remain more than 200 other r0rlsm which is interfering greatly Dorsey Rebo M' father must J:4c over, the time of processing these ed may cause severe bowel trouble. caHPfl wnnra nrrparn nTA haam mano with the orderly process of business Bark on trees and shrubs corre- been up to all sorts ot mischief whe;'. vegetables may bo somewhat reduced It Is best fed in a trough not ottencr but the trials have not been held. whena sufficient amount of acid is than every other day, allowing about Prison sentences imposed aggregate and which threatens, unless speedi- sponds with skin on animals. But it he was a boy. ly checked, to create ounce per bird. Should sed has other uses which the skin hasn't. , Harold Hanks WhyT Economics Kitchen one-ha- lt used, the Home ten years and ten months la cases economic demoralization. Dorsey Because he knows exactBark isn't wood and it isn't formed of the United States Department of vere or continued looseness of the already decided. Officials said this The. posting ot cotton fields has as wood is formed. It covers the ly what questions to al: me whei ho .Agriculture reports after two years of. bowels follow the feeding ot green-c- ut bone It should bo discontinued or represented more than forty convic had an especially terrifying effect on wood and it is generally an easy mat- wants to Lnoy, what I have been d.t-i- ng. experimental work on the subject. tions sinco most of the sentences were the negroes who believe it means a country tho quantity reduced. ter to separate the bark from the In certain sections of the short. revisit of the ku klux klan ot re- wood. Hemp and jute and flax are Jn 1919 and 1920 canned sweet corn construction days. covering of EIGHT MEN HELD all bark the outside did not keep well, whether processed Silage Provides Chcityest Succulent The belief of the negroes Is certain vegetable growths. FOB COTTON FIRES. Feed For Stock. continuously or intermittently. Jn strengthened by the .fact that the old FOR FLETCHER'S Silage Is the best and cheapest Bark Is composed of three layers the Home Economics Kitchen quart ku klux klan has been reorganized ot tissues. The inside layer conducts Bald Knob, Ark., Oct. 15 'Eight cans of corn processed for less than form in which to store succulent teed. and regularly chartered under the food to the plant, and under a mag- farmers arrested yesterday on charges. spoiled, while say specialists ot the Bureau ot Ani C hours continuously laws of Georgia and has numerous nifying glass is seen to be made up of night riding waived examinations, others canned at the same time, with mal Industry, ot the U. S. Department TKN HORSES FINISH Many forage crops ot tiny fibers. Then there is the when arraigned today and were E CONTEST lodges in this and other States. the addition of 4 tablespoons of vine-cr- of Agriculture. The klan however, has nothing to "green done," as called, and this bound over to await action of the to 1 quart, did not spoil either can be made Into silage, but corn, Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., Oct. do with the nightrlding campaign, also is fibrous and helps feed the grand Jury. .year, although given only 2 hours where it can be grown 'successfully, The oHtside layer is cork and 15. Ten horses today completed the being purely a fraternal organization. plant. processing. It only 3 tablespoons of makes the best silage. Seven ot the men are said to have Good silage depends upon cutting 300-miendurance test for cavalry The negroes do not credit this, and is really dead. That is, these cork admitted they had written letters to vinegar are used, procoss 4 hours; 2 or 3 tablespoons of lemon Juice to the crop at tho right stage, fine cut- mounts In which 27 horses started they lay the posting of tne cotton cells develop and die Immediately, cotton gin operators and had posted a quart gave equally good results ting, oven distribution, thorough pack- at Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont, last gins and tield3 to the klan. In some so one really sees only a dead tree placards on gins threatening to burs when processed 3 hours. Corn should ing, and plenty of moisture in the cut Monday. Crabbot, a registered Arab sections it is said to be impossible to when he looks at the bark. The cork the gin and kill the watchmen unless. always be boiling hot when packod material. When rightly put up and chestnut gelding, and Rustom Bey, get a negro to enter a cotton field ot commerce is the bark ot a cer-- the gins suspended operations until carefully fed, there should be little if a grade Arab gelding of the same that has been posted by the nightrid-er- s. tain kind ot 'tropical tree, but the cotton prices reached 40 cents per into the Jar. outer layer of bark of all trees Is pound. color and winner of last year's test, With spinach and string beans the any loss thru spoiling. Sllago is well suited for feeding to both owned by W. R. Drown, of Bertechnically known as cork and the addition of 2 tablespoons of tho acid little cells going to make it up are'.u. provod equally effective in reducing all live stock. Dairy cows need it lin, N. H., came in at the head of the 0.i mi,, NEGROES RETURN HOME canea cortc. .spoilage Vinegar or lemon juice In perhaps more than other classes ot string, followed halt an hour later in December, according to announce the small amounts used modifies to animals, because the succulence it by Bunkie and Mile. Denise, army rement today by E. R. Marshall, ot Macon, Ga., Oct. 13. Thousands ot DELE WARE THE LOWEST STATE some degree the natural flavo'r of the supplies is very necessary for large mount service grado thoroibreds, The Salt Lake, secretary of the National vegetable, but the acid taste Is not milk production. It is a cheap aid winner of the test to be determined Georgia negroes who migrated to the Wool Orowers' Association. The average elevation ot Delaware objectionable to most persons. More- oconmlcal teed for beef cattle, from by consideration of speed, condition north and eaBt soon after the outAt tho present time he asserted over, much of the acid tasto can be breeding cow to fattening steer. and amount of feed consumed, will break1 ot the war, lur.ed by high wages is only 60 feet above sea level, ac- thousands ot tons ot domestic wool offered by industrial plants, are re- cording to the United States Geologi waHhod oft boforo the vegetables aro Sheep like it, and it is well suited to be announced tomorrow. reiqain in the store houses ot tho Experiments with vinegar may bo fed limited quantities of good Tho other horses finished in the turning to Georgia, and hundreds ot cal Survey, less than that ot any other country, while clothing manufacturserviitt. vegetables their needs. Even horses and mules following order: Dolly, Kemah Prince others,, unablo to make the homo-war- d highest point, at Centervtlle, New ers and others are purchasing and other acids In canning wool track because of lack of funds, Castle County, is 440 feet above sea grown In foreign countries at lower King Fisher, Moscowa, Castor and will bo coutlnuod in tho kitchen next silage with good results. are sending appeals to their former level, higher than tho highest points prices. Noam. year. Thirteen horses started the last leg employers for 'tickets on which to In Florida, Louisiana, and the District SAVED HIS HORSE Usually hens make bet.er brooders from Concord, N. H this morning, travel back to Dixie, according to ot Columbia. KNEW HIS MASTER'S CRIB mm but David Craig, a registered thoro-bre- figures gathered by the Macon News. than pullets. Cockerels, if woll grown of Altoona, Mr. R, L. Mclntyre, Virtually all of those who return GIRL'S RIFLE SCORES Hamla, a registered Arab, and and maturod, often give better ferti"What shall we saty ot the former 484 HITS, 500 SHOTS lity than older birds. However, cock Ala., says: "Dr. LeQear'a Antiseptic Colon, a grade Arab, were withdrawn and those who are writing tor funds Healing Powder quickly healed some. sonator?" asked one ot the men. before the noon stop at Milford, N. H. state that they have been thrown out hlfdH that have proved good breoders bad wlro cuts on my horse. I defy Majorle Kinder, old hlghi "Oh, just put it down that he wa Each horso carried a minimum of of employment and now find, them should bo used. always faithful to his trust." any stranger to find the slightest 245 punds as compared with 200 selves faced with the prospect ot a school girl of Ilndgeport, Ohio, Is "And," queried a cynical member scar on him." hard winter in a strange land. youngest gi.l who ever held the Vegetable. the pounds in last year's test. In the fiStoring Iiato ot the group, "shall wo mention the Dr. LeOear's Advice and Remedy nal judging speed will count 40 per Returning negroes all tell the same national indoor rifle championship. The storing of late vegetables is She hit the target 484 out of 500 name of the trust?" otton profitable for thoso who grow saved this valuable animal. He warns cent condition 50 per cont and feed story. High wages received counted you not to leave a wound, scar or cut 10 per cent. for little with them, as they were times in the recent American Home thom In sufficient quantities for marmore than offset by the high cost ot Ranger Record Match, held at Camp SERUM MAY TAKE PLACE . m keting, giving tho grower tho direct exposed, but to dust on Dr.. LeG ear's OF KNIFE IN APPENDICITIS living in the Industrial centers to lorry,, Ohio, MRS. BERQDOLL GUILTY of tho winter price. To care Antiseptic Healing Powder, which inbenefit tlftr-yur- d many stantly forms an antiseptic protection Found guilty in a Philadelphia which they went. Practically all of match she score! In the for the surplus vegetables In Paris, Oct. 10. Treatment of range, d court of aiding Grover and Erwin them return to their old homes pen- 91 out of 10C; in the cases requires nothing more than the and promotes healthy healing. by antlgangrenoua serum In bis 28 years ot Veterinary Bergdoll to evade tho draft, Mrs. niless, glad tc have saved enough 90 out of 100 use 'of oxlsting facilities in or near Instead of by operation has been testWhen considerable quan- Practice and Expert Poultry Breed- Emma C. Bergdoll, her son Charles, from their high wages to purchase the home. LeQear has compounded a and three others wero released on transportation Sack to the land ot GROWERS TO SEEK ed with such satisfactory results that tities of vegetables are to bo stored, ing, Dr. EMBARGO ON WOOL It Is likely operations as a cure soon frequently advisable to construct' remedy for every curable aliment of $10,000 bail each pending motion for cotton and sweet potatoes, free quarit is will be abandoned. Prof. Pierre Del-b- ert permanent storage facilities In the stock or poultry. Whenever they re new trial. The Judge in his charge ters and tree firewood. said in a paper read today beSalt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 16 storago room in the base- quire a remedy it will pay you, as It said: "It is too much, to expect any form ot a Wool Growers of .the United States fore the Congress ot Surgery. Accordment ht a dwelling or under an out- did Mr, Mclntyre, to purchase from mother to surrender her own son, are preparing to make a determined ing to Professor Delbert the tet building or to build an outdoor tel-la- r your dealer the proper 'Dr. LeQear But pity and sympathy tor a deserter FOR FLETCHER'S effort to secure legislation placing have extended over a period of of wood or masonry. If perma- Remedy, on a satisfaction or money are no excuse for harboring a deserter or aiding his escape." an embargo on foreign wool during not available, late back guarantee. Advertisement. nent' facilities aro Pe-ron Pe-ro-- of aod makca oaa real canon." lus a new fj jf mm h- - G32M SEP IKIH mimm. 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's EE5eJ jrf CjCZjtA Just-as-good izCrVC ?iw What is CASTOR A . GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ve t&SCff74Mc&Ai Th In Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought ter-The- , wide-sprea- Children Cry SOO-JUL- k - CASTORIA le c ar iis ,, r.. d; 15-ye- ar 100-yar- Children Cry . CASXO.RJA x - -- ff--' 'WARREN G. HARDING 8TATKMKNT Your Kind of Man and the ownership, mnntfgomont, circulation, etc., required by tNe net of Congress of August 21, 1912, of tho Hartford Republican, published week-lnl Hartford, Kentucky, for OctoOf y t ber, 1020. Stnto of Kentucky.) )ss. County of Ohio.) Iloforo nic, n Notary Public In and for tlie State nnd county n'furesnld, personally appeared W. s". Tlnsloy, who, having beon ' duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that ho Is tho Editor nnd manager of tho Hartford Republican and that tho fol lowing Is, to tho beat of his knowledge and bollof, a truo statement of tho ownershlp,,mnnagement (nnd If n dally paper, tho circulation) etc of tho aforesaid publication for the date shown In the nbovo caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1012, In .section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That tho names and addresses of tho publisher, editor, managing editor, nnd business managers are: Your Problem No doubt are giving you some con- rci . em-bodi- ed Publlshor, Hartford Printing Co., (Incorporated), Hartford, Ky. Editor, V. S. Tlnsley, Hartford, ' A' v I i Ascertain as anything can be, in this world, Sz tlie election of Senator Harding. To readers of this newspaper, the many .family groups to which it conies a regular welcome visitor, Senator Harding's 'face -' shines as that of a friend. Senator Harding, your next President, is yeor kind of man. You see him, hear a few ',- wards, and you know it. The Next President of the United States Tho k President What is Senator Harding's outlook r . :"' life? It is YOUR OWN. Read these extracts from xne of his recent speeches: "This government 'is your government, not that of somebody who- - Is placed In of tflce." "You clothe us with authority. W ars I pleased to execute your will. And one reason I want the Republican party In p'ower once' more Is because we are responsive to the Vvlll of the people of the United States and ' do not try to tell you that what one man thinks Is necessary." upon there all his life, lives there now, and will Eve there again when he leaves the White Ssuse with his work for the country done. How He Lives. ' EEe' .lives as you live, simply, in the old Sashioned American way. The main residence street in any little American town, boasts half a dozen homes Me was born in a small town, has lived No hallucination there, no idea that Harding was made toi rule and YOU, who read this newspaper, made to be ruled, or preached at' from above'by your own elected The duty of the American, whether he be President o'rjsimple citizen, is not complicated in Mr. Harding's, mind. He says: v , V Millions of men, believing in this country, Iweed to its government, SATISFIED with Sie UNITED STATES, believe that the United Stales is able to deal with its own problems, settle its own questions free from outside & assistance or interference. Those millions of men are met) of the samo ji. J sort as Senator Harding. $ $ Man.' What Kind of Harding is a big American in physical size, thanks tp vigorous farming ancestors. He i3 a big American also in heart, in understand-m- g in sympathy and in simplicity. You. read his speeches and know that he ftM3 not imagine himself created to tell all the world what to do. He believes in, and 3se understands the American people, his friends, the citizens of his own little town, Marion, Ohio, and the dwellers in thousands I cfi other towns like it. j "Your Servant, No Autocrat. gp ' After you have elected him, you will find t f th. 'Senator Harding an earnest, conscientious, straight thinking servant of the people, not an autocrat, but a man respecting the traditions of American government, and the Constitution of the United States. more elaborate than Senator Harding's, and many as good. a very I said at the outset, government la slnSple thing, geyornment Is only the regulation of our relationships to one an- "As ad . j (' , other. The government's first task is the protection of the minority against autoeracy, or the domination of the majority that ssma- -' times' forgets the rights of the minority." "I anj Breaching the gospel of popular representatiVp government in the Unite States, a goysrnmsnt that does net know any class anywhere In a1 th Republic" everyday American neighbor. he says, as he bids farewell to a crowd of friends: "I am very happy to see yeu all this morn. Ing. As I have said, I want you to knew me, and I am delighted to know yeu. We are going to work together for the good of the United States, i and we are going to held America first in all our thoughts and In all try newspaper, Senator Harding In his speeches and in his daily life, running for the Presidency or running his counis just an This is what Ky, Managing e'dltor, Same. Business Malingers, Samo. 2. That the owners are Hartford Printing Co., (Inc.), W. C. Blcnken-shlS. A. Brntchor, E. S. Howard, W. H. Baize, C. O. Hunter, E. G. Barrass, Jno. A. Johnson, T. H. Biack, M. L. Heavr'In, Mack Cook, V. S. Tlnsley, A. D. Kirk, Worth Tlchenor, C. E. Smith, all of Hartford, Ky.; Z. Harrel, Rockport, Ky.; C. M. Taylor, Beaver Dam, Ky.; C. E. Crowder, Horton; I. S. Mason, Route 3 Hartford, Ky. 3. That tho known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: The Bank of Hartford, Hartford, Ky. , 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders. If any, contain not only tho list of stockholders nnd security holders as they appear upon tho books of the company, but also In cases where the stockholder or security hold r appears upon tho books'of the company as trustee or In any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting. Is given; also that tho said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledga alid belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do n't appear uion the boks of the company as trustees, hold stdck aud seu'iritles In a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant hns no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than an bo stated by him. V S. TINSLEY, , Sworn to and subscribed before me 1920.' this 19 day of R. It RILEY, N. P. O. C. My commission expires January IS, 1022. cern. You have begun to take an inventory of your last year's left overs. You know now if you have a new suit or overcoat for winter. We want to remind you ji p, that we are well prepared to take care of your needs in suits or overcoats. The swell new styles and fabrics for the young man who wants to always look his best. The conservative models and patterns that are especially adapted to the middle aged who are interested in neat appearance and long ser vice. -- f j.- MOTHERS Our suits for the boys are of the newest models, combined with good fabrics and tailoring that will stand the rough use our young Americans will give them. . ..Uli , :idfS- Jt vH The price on every Suit or Overcoat is on a par with the quality. Men's Suits $25.00 to $50.00. Men's Overcoats $15.00 to $45.00. Boys' Suits $10.00 to $20.00. t PROGRAM. . He will know that he is employed PEOPLE of this country to look after the interests of THIS country. Born on a farm, living all his life close to farmers, he knows and sympathizes with the problems of the farm. Living in the average American way, in the average , American small town, he knows the problems of the average American. He understands the printers he employs, and he knows their trade and sets type as they do. His Ambition. Senator Harding has no ambition to be called a political superman, or RULER of America. It is his ambition to be known as a. good American, a faithful servant of those that trust hint. National politics are discussed this year less than at any election since the republic was founded. Why? Because men do not discuss, to any great extent, that which is DEFINITELY SETTLED. And this national election is definitely ozXdssd as you read this. YOU'know it. But it is important that demonstration of tint gvopular will should be of the most kind. Therefore the good citizen will do "what he can to increase the vote for Harding, should there be any doubtful votes Tcdiliin reach of his voice. fflt is almost ludicrously difficult to And a Eaaanr woman that intends to vote the Democratic ticket this year. But "if you do find one, show him or her this picture of the next President. And express iw year own way the reasons that inspire you and voto for him. Senator Harding understands that "the people will elect him to be President of the United States, not President of the whole TEorfd. ly the -- -- over-"whefou- ng tpprve stitution, you need for President a straightforward, constructive American. And you will have such a man in the White House after the 4th of next March, for after that the President of the United States will be Warren G. Harding, your kind of man, one that you would gladly trust with your awn affairs, and the affairs oi your country. , Of Ohio Comity Baptist Sunday meeting School Convention, with , Women Voting. especially have reason to con- Green River Baptist Church, near Women gratulate themselves on the fact that Senator Cromwell, Ky., Oct. Saturday Night, 30(lt. Harding "will bo the next President. 6:00 Devotional Exercises. Their sons are taken in war. Their hus6:30 Duty of Deacons to their bands and fathers are taxed to pay for war. Church Rev. Albert Maddox, Rev. They spend the lonely hours of dreadful R. E. Fuqua. anxiety, while the son is away. 7:30 Duty' of Pastors to their They, above all, are interested in having for President such a man as Senator Harding. Churches J. J. Stewart, L. D. Eld- He does not believe that foreign powers son, Rev, R. L. Brandenburg. should be allowed to conscript American boys 8:So Announcements and adjourn ment. for war beyond the seas. Sunday Morning, 31M. He does not believe that a Foreign Council 0: 00 Devotional Exercises. should send to America for men and money 9:15 Business Session. to settle wars not of our making. Senator Harding does not believe that this 9:30 Singing by Cromwell Class country should be taxed to finance the am0:46 Sunday School Hour, bitions or the land greed of foreign nations, 10:45 Singing Cromwell Class. and as he believes, so the earnest men and 11:00 Sermon Rev, R. E. Book- women of this country believe. or, When you cast your vote for Senator HardSunday Afternoon ing, you will vote for YOUR KIND OF MAN, 1:00 Devotional Exorcises. , the intelligent, straighforward. unpretentious 1:1B What I owe to my Pastor American citizen. President Harding will be Roscoe .James, A. M, Smith. an American President, not an international ' 1:4G Slmrlnir. ntn. President. 2:00 How to maintain an everYou will have in the White House a man green Sunday School W. M. Fair, of constructive mind, a plain American with Rev. Ruqsoll Wclker. no dreams pf world dominion, but with a setpeople to get tho 2:30 tled determination to restore normal con- interestedHowSunday Schoolold Hov. R in ditions and normal prosperity to this country, L. Brandenburg, Rev- M G. Snell. After the War. 3:00 Business. Final. , After a war that has destroyed old conBIRCH SHIELDS, ditions, cost many lives, squandered many L. D. EIDSON, billions in reckless extravagance and disWARREN SHIELDS, honesty? and weakened resyeot for the ConCommittee our actions." 30-3- 1. - Our New Hats, Shoes, Shirts And Underwear are all in harmony with our suits. It's an easy matter to get everything you need here. A look costs you nothing, and we love to show them. Come in and see for yourself. . v 'N REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE . V'r ASSESSMENT NOTICE. To the Taxpayers of East and West Beaver Dam precincts: I or one of my deputies will bo at Beaver Dam, Saturday October 23, for the purpose of assessing tho tax payers of said precincts. Please meet us promptly. D. E. WARD, Tax Comr.O. O. E. P. BARNES & BRO. " Beaver Dam, Ky.