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Subscription $1.50 per Yea NUMBER 18 GEORGIA HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, are perfectly willing to take quinlno straight, but when you mix strych-nln- o with It wo refuse tho whole mess. We would take salts, but please keop croton oil out of it. That is Just what Wilson did and tha't Is the doso you would cram dpwn the American people without giving them n chance to seo what the majority of their Representatives duly commissioned, would substitute for tho deadly concoctions. If Dr. Wilson and his fol; lowors would havo consented to cllmi-nnl- o somo of tho poison from the apparently good medicine the League would have been ratified long ago and all of this turmoil escaped. mm FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920. AN AIJSUHIHTl'. The Case Summed Up. Via Tnmlt1l can party has in mind both tho record of service from Its beginnings, whore- of It is very proud, nnd tho vision of opportunity for service in the future, which Its spokesmen have presented during this campaign. We are asking that a groat responsibility bo imposed upon us. It is a responsibility that must bo measured by both tho gravity of the crisis that confronts tho world and tho incapacity with which tho present administration hns met tho problems of the last fow years. Enormous as Is tho responsibility we seek, our party has no thought of evading, for It never has been guilty of that. Democratic economic and administrative policies had brought this country to the danger of .disaster beforo the outbreak of the war In Europe, The vast expansion of our export trade and demands upon our producing facili ties, which came with the war, saved us from immediate precipitation of that disaster. But that phase has now paBsedand nothing but a return to those constructive and progressive policies which have always characterized the Republican administration can save us from early realization of tho danger that confronted us at the middle of 1914. DEMOCRATS BY WARREN 0. HARDING In nnkln? thn (mffrncm nt thn Amnrlnnn n1ntnrnn tuta vaav Local Paper Quotes Part Of Speech Of 'B"8 Under the above caption the Hart ford Herald la the current issue. would have Its readers believe that Section (c) of Article 23 of tho Covenant was inserted a tho r REPUDIATE LEAGIir . rent Issue, publishes what purports to he a quotation from n speech of Davo Klncholoo In which it Is stated that the" falluro of tho Congress1 In session during tho yoar 1919, to pass a law authorizing President Wilson, as head of tho Sugar Equalization Hoard, to purchaso tho sugnr crop of 1919 is responsible for tho high prlco of sugnr prevailing during tho year 19.20. Wo quoto a brief excerpt Irom theHon. Dnvo's purported statoment: Act "Tho Lover Food Control Which was passed by a Democratic Congress during tho war under which tho sugar corporation operated, contained a provision ending the existence of tho corporation when tho armistice was signed." It will bo noted that Mr. Klncholoo is quoted ns saying that the exlstonco Tho Hartford Herald, In Its cur- HAS IT BOLTED? The Hnrtford'Herald hai been displaying a picture of Harulng In Its front window, notwithstanding the fact the said lttho has tho llkenisj of a . half dozen ndgrocs surrounding that of Senator Harding. If it has not doserted the causo of Cox and the League, why take so much pains to display tho card? Think of It, the Hartford Herald displaying tho picture of negroes, and Harding too, in one of its front windows, from which it was forced to remove that of Cox in order to show it. Did you ever think you would livo to sao such a disgraceful Sight? "Hain't it Orflll Mabol? Wo imagine that tho Herald Editor got mnd when ho found out that James M. Cox, Democratic Can dldat0 for President, by his own state- ment, acknowledged that he had taught a school exclusively for ne- Broes and put tho picture of these nnd Harding In his front window to show proper resentment. " in truth tho women were protesting against all such trafjc In women and children, they wanted It suppressed your League undertakes merely to supervise. In support of our conten tion we horebelow reproduce- the resolutions offered, so tho Hersii states, by tho women, and If after a careful reading of same if you don't decide that we are right we'll eat the section without salt. Here are the- - resolu. Mens: "Whoreas, tho ocuntr!e3 represented at tho Peace Conference must recognize not only the rights of nations but also of Individual - Convention Instructs Senators To "Kill" Wilson's Pet Pact. Macon, Ga., Oct. 25 "Unnltarahto opposition" to'the League of National is expressed in tho platform adopted today by the Georgia State Democratic Convention and tho state's senators aro instructed to vote against tho. covenant. The Platform, however, indorsed tho candidacies of Governor Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt for President and Vico President. The platform represented a compromise between the ideas of Thomas E. Watson, nominee for tho Senato, and Thomas W. Hardwick, gubernatorial "nominee, and was adopted by unanimous vote. It did not indorse) the Wilson administration and mentioned the President's name only From tho beginning of the war In Europe the Democratic administration steadfastly refused to prepare for the national defense in case we should be Involved. In 1916 when it was apparent to most people that our country was in imminent danger of being drawn Into tho struggle, the Democratic I.arty mado its campaign on tho boast that it had kept us out of war, and "Wo hereby declae our unalterable the promise to continue keeping us out. Thus when we fbund ourselves at opposition to tho League of t participation last in tho struggle, wo were utterly unleady for It, and-oback bv President Wilson, i cost us Immeasurably moro than It should have cost. frohi Versailles," read the .nf Mm T.mrnr Ap nn.l.,1 wJinn lin nr. of tho platform. An administration that, when all the world was in conflagration, reIn paraIn truth mlstlce was signed. Tho act graph four, Georgia's senators aro infused to reallzo the importance, of preparedness, of course could not bo exprovides in section 24 thereof that It structed to vote against the league In "shall coaao to be in effect when tho pected to realize while we wore at war the necessity of preparing for peace. tho following language: existing state of war between tho, So we entered Into peaco quite as unready for it as we had been for war. "Whoreas tho people havo thrico United States and Germany shall havo houses." Our economics were disorganized, our debt enormous, our,forefgn commerce this year expressed their disapproval, terminated, nhd the fact and dato Please read the resolution careful devoted largely to supplying the necessaries of war. of such termination "shall bo ascer- ly. A protest Is seen as plain as the of tho League of Nations, we instruct Instead of setting Itself to remedying these conditions, the adminls-tiatlo- n oon day sun. Observe that the word our senators in Congress to vote) talned and proclaimed by the " Tho President has not even dont has devoted Itself, from the day of the armlstico, to promoting a supervise is at no point used, on tho against its adoption." ' m Referring to Clark Howell, nationto this day ascertained the fact of project of world reorganization in which America should bear the largest contrary tho word "SUPPRESS" is al Democratic committeeman from. tho end of the war and proclaimed tho SMALL AREA SWEPT responsibilities of guaranteeing a new scheme of things. Instead of what they used, just as the Senate Georgia, the platform said: .samo, as or In tho manner contemplatReservations use it instead of superBY VIOLENT STORM making (egal peace as soon as actual peace had been won, the American vise. Decide women, who is in the "We regret that our Democratic ed by tho Constitution of the United people alone of all the warring nations, were denied by their government States or In any manner. In fact, and right, tho reservations or tho article national committeeman is holding tho otflco to which the sovereign DemoIn truth, a state of wnr still exists Much Damage "Bono Near Narrow h By jho privilege of a return to tho legal status of peaco and to the enjoyment as drawn by Wilson,. We give them cratic convention of thi3 state selectTornado Originating In botweon tire United States and Gerr.f those rights which they had temporarily surrendered under the circum both last week, exactly as they exist. Georgian, ed another distinguished Ncighhoihood. many Congress undertook, Just stances of war. So long as war was on Republicans upheld the hands of the fnd Democrat; and while this convenadjournment) to end lt.srccont administration, forgetting party considerations, and gave, their. vote Jnsup SENATOR. BECKHAM is without legal remedy, wo hore-b- y "A small pcctlon'o'fOhlo County, such stnto of war, nnd to this cud "AV.VS HERE TUESDAV tion port of war measures far more generously than did their political opponents. condemn and denounco such inter- -f passed an act so dcclaring.Jiut Presi- near Dundee and Narrows, known nn autocratio administration repaid this loyalty with the denland, In the" dent Wil3on vetoed the act. So , locally as thoCcdnr and Oak Grove Senator J.. C. W. Beckhnm, Demo cfence with tho choice of Democracy; lio obsorved that Prosident WI1 (community, was visited by a violent campaign of .191S, (hat Republicans bo removed from .every position of in cratic nominee to succeed himself, of this state as being wholly .unjustiWill ', sci. ai head of the Sugar Equnllza- - and destructive tornado about 5:2G fluence and power! That demand the country rejected. It was tho first spoke" hero Tuesday in his own behalf fiable and undemocratic o'clock. Tuesday evening. A numbor time In tho history of this nation that an Joard, had full and complete au- : Jp administration had bean defeated and of the Cox ticket. Tho Court NEGRO EQUALITY. thorfv to purchaso tho 1919 crop of of dwelling houses and other In tho midst of a forolgn war. That defeat would have been amplo admoni- house was well filled. Sugar and deliberately refused Ings wore complMoly demolished Mrs. John L. Woodbury and State Why is it that charged negro equat no to. Tho net result of such re-- j Some of those losing, property wece tion to any administration not entirely absorbed in its own peculiar policies Harris filled an enBut it annarontlv was unheeded by the nowors at Washinir- - gagement on behalf of the Ddmocrats lity makes ono unfit to bo voted for .il h s boon the filching of tho poo- - as follows: Buck Thomas, dwelling, and purposes. Iti ,. .. ,. ., by the ,.,&and elite; p. ot the United Statsg of Jl.r.00,- - all out buildings, ono horse killed and ton. itegieuiiuc ;.. uuuie uuaiuanu suuiiwua, luujuuimuisiruuun suuucmy - Saturday. Congressman T. U. uiu while acknowledged business rela more, It is said, v'!' likely die; conceived an interest in foreign affairs that contrasted impressively with 'two Ooi'.ooo by sugar thieves of Miss., had been billed and tions and aSHOsfatlon with negroes No It is not truo that the unreasonable ,'Rodford Bean, dwelling and other its lack of concern for them In the period before we. were drawn into, the war. widely advertised as the headllner by another docs not in nny manner' luijli tvie" of sugar bus resulted from .buildings; Foster Thomas, dwelling for this occasion but was not able to dibqualify or cast refle'ctions? The iin dereliction of Congress. It ro- - an dothor losses; James Galloway, make iho appointment and 'Harris Herald has been full1 of "Nigger BitSo, while immediate and practical concern wore being neglected, while was aultfd from tho dereliction of Prosl- - house barn and ono horso; Bob Shultz substituted. The audience on Wilson and on account of tho Ed Foreman and John Neighbors each reconstruction and reorganization at our" own country wcra forgotten, tho this occasion was composed of about ten Stuff" and all sorts of charges dcrt have been made upon tho stump Rnd action of his Attorney General, A. lost tholr bans. Tho Mill" building administration was devoting iUelf to the chimera of a world reorganization. 300 people and a' brss band. off, and all, who havo tbu3 delighted Mltchel Palmer, in consenting and In Narrows and soveral other The Republican Congress, that hnd been elected in the autumn of 1918, atthemselves wo would respectfully rethnt tho sugar growers tit Ings woro unroofed, as well as quite a tempted to, and did, Initiate measures to set us on the right track once more. GOVERNOR COX'S COUSIN fer to the following facts: In The, might charge 17 and 18 lot of other dimago done. Tho storm Louisiana BOOSTING FOR HARDING October Number of the Now SucIt devised a budget system in the hope of putting an end to the treasury cents for raw sugar of their produc-- j appeared to do but little damage cess Maga'zino reproduces a personal ' It resulted from tho near crlm-- 1 toar passing Narrows, as only a few deficit and bringing economy and system into our national finances. But the Ada, Oct. 26. One of Senator inal action of A. Mltchel Palmer, buildings were shaken up, with a few President vetoed that measure, Tho administration went right on sponding Harding's strqngest boosters is Denny interview with both Senator Harding' chief law bfflcer of the Unlted'States. unroofed east of that place, so far as vast sums in excess of our'revenues, offering no constructive inspiration or Cox, a cousin of Gov. James M. Cox, and Governor Cox. The Magazine Is and without political Oftcould bo learned. lpadcrship. apparently forgetting our domestic difficulties In its engross tho Democratic nominee. Denny Cqx bias. On page 31, column ,1, among" VICIOUS MALICE. Those who obsorved the cloud's lives in Ada. His home shows litho ment with the chimera of world reconstruction. appears this state other things formation say that It took place at the graphs of Harding, Frank B. Willis ment, "All there this time he (Governor This, In a word, Is the record of the administration, now about to retire silly and vicious attempt has Catholic Church, in fact tho church A and Ralph D. Cole. He says the Cox and is being made to cast odium and was apparently within the formation, from power, which seeks to havo its policies perpetuated. Tho country family were nearly all Republicans, Cox), kept up with his own studios and, also taught a night 'school for -r- eflections upon Senator HanUngtho though no damage was done to the will decline to glvo its confidence and Its mandate to that party or thoso pol "all except Jim " negroes In Middletown, (Oh'io). And .... . ,...11.11 . V, i.i . 1... i .ii.i.. , r i.... ,1.. mm icies. It remembers that tho Republican party fought the Civil War and yet some people who live In houses with a cortnin class, by sneaking a of that point were complitely demo. afterward restored and unified the nation. It believes that the Republican of glass, riovor tire of slinging mud: VOTE FOR THE n articlo around, purport- Ishcd. party is capable of repeating that service, and because It so believes, it ing to1 glvo tho genealogy of HardMRS. MA ft V J. I"NGER. is going to return the Republican party to p.ower, CERALVO ing, which would indlcato that ho Lwa3 largely of negro desceut. 4Wo do Tho nation Is determnled to be done with autocracy under tho mere gulso Mrs1. Mary Jano Bunger, widow of ' Mrs. J. II. Wood left Monday to of democratic forms; it Is determined that there shall be no return to tho not dcom that such a dastardly and George W. Bunger, died at the homo dirty schome is worthy of any no- attend tho Grand Chapter at Lexing- old order. Tho plain people who, on the whole, have been raised to a new of Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Davidson, Harttice whatover. It only provos to ton, and higher lovel, are not only convinced that they are entitled to remain on Election November 2, 1920 ford, late Monday evening after beMr. 'spent a few days what lowbrow methods some will ing an invalid for quite a long time, lend themselves when In the last j last woek with his parents, Mr. and this new plane, but that they must rely upon the constructive abilities of though death was duo to pneumonia. the Republican party to keep them there. It is our purpose to accomplish 0. T. Burdette, Reynolds. Brief funeral services' wore con throes of agony, fighting for a los- - Mrs. P. Jones. Miss Mary Ethel Evorly, who is Ing cause In rockloss desperation. Wo exactly this. While we will opposo every suggestion of revolution or disinteHenry Carter, Narrows. ducted at tho homo of Mr.-- Davidson, spent gration, wo ,do stand for avery measure of evolution and development that been told that Senator Beckham pending school nt Rockport, W. R. Carson, Hartford, by Rev. Russell Walker, after which whllo hero Tuesday advised them to from Saturday until Monday with her tends to carry the masses of the nation forwad and upward. the remains were Interred in Oak- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Everly. R. F. D. No. 3. let up on that stuff. ' wood cemetery. Miss Laura Ford, of Hartford, was ; Mrs. Bunger was-iher 84th year, Dr. Oscar Allen, Cromwell. During tho campaign now about ending, the Republican party has protho guest of Miss Grace Hill, last "A CHALLENGE" O. T. Kittinger, Equality. having boen born Sept. 11, 1837. At posed in its platform, and developed in the utterances of Its loaders a pro week. the ago of 1G sho was married ot Geo. Boatrco,- - tho little daughter of Mr. gram which contemplates equal opportunity for all. It recognizes tho vices The Hartford Herald this week, Is The above named citizens W. Bunger, who preceded her In sues a chalengo to the Republican' and Mrs. Ben Kimmel, Is quite sick of exploitation and profiteering. It has declared for wise and practicable are placed before the voters death, nearly 5 years. Not long afto publish the Covenant of the League at this writing. Bungor's death Miss Mary, In production and In marketing. It recogmeasures looking to of Ohio County, Ky., by the ter Mr. Misses Ora and Cora Everley spent of Nations. Wo wonder why It did tholr only child, died, since which preserve equality of opportunity, there must be not include the Reservations adopted from Saturday until Sunday at Rock- - nizes that, In all measures to teachers, both Democrat and date Mrs. Bunger has been in the a recognition of the fact that greed and cunning must bo hold in check if we by the Senato also. "We could not, port. constant care of Mrs, Davjdsou, who Mrs, Ida Barnard and chldren are are tculnsuro that true character and worth shal lbe given every opportunity Republican. A vote for the ministered unto her needs as a daughpossibly publish the entire document above school ticket is a vote ter would unto a mother. in this Issue on account of the lack spendng several weeks with her par to share in the advantages that the community can extend to its members. of space, which tho Herald la awaro ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Lambert, of s, Republican party purposes in tho realm of international affairs suoh for the The the chilCARD OF THANKS of, neither do we deem it of suffi Horse Branch. association of nations as will most effectively further tho aspiration for dren and the teachers. an cient Importance, owing to tho fact) .Mr. and Mrs. Yernon Everly and world-wid- e and permanent peace without sacrificing any part of the indeWe desire to thank each and all , C. K. CARSON, that most eyory individual who cares children, of Klmbley Mines, spent SatMr.'Er-orly- 's pendence of the American nation. It believes that America can and must of those persons who so graciously jto road the document has done so urday nght and Sunday with parents', Mr. and Mrs. C. B. bear its full part in the responsibilities of the world, but it always believes Pres. Ohio Co. Teachers' rendered assistance to us, in t he-Heretofore We have however, pubFederation. death and burial of Mrs,. Mary J. lished several Articles to which the Everley. that America alono must decide what that part shall be. It goes to the Miss Vera Heflln has returned to people Senate passed reservations, and I ask MRS. BERDIE MIDKIFF, Bunger. The floral tributes were ea- assured that they will recognize its superiority as an Instrumentality the Herald if it ever published the her home near West Providence, af of administration, and that In 'the election now Impending thoy will give It Secy and Treas. Ohio Co. peclally appreciated. reserva- -' ter spending several days with her Sincerely, , Articles together with-th- e (i MR', and MRS. J. E. DAVIDSON" the certificate of their confidence and trust. ?ons therefor, or to, if not why? We 'brother, Mr.'E. C. Ue(lln.' Teachers' Federation. Nations-broughur c'ilzens: "Whoreas, tho special measures taken (by tho League mind you) under the pretext of public safety w'.lh regard to womoii who aro or are suspected being of prostitutes achieve the degradation of human morals: "Resolved, First, to suppress theH sale of women and children; second, to respect and apply the principles of woman's liberty to dispose of herself in marriage; third, to suppress the traffic in women, glrl3 and children, of both sexes, and Its .corollary of licensed disreputable opening-paragrap- h Pres'l-ncG-- es re "- It-- t . bull:!-Cu'a- n ...., Senator-Charle- s self-styl- ed Sis-so- n, build-agrccin- g af-tio- i - non-partis- .11 i typ6-wrltte- NON-PARTISA- N SCHOOL TICKET Owen-Jone- s I at-lia- yo tax-payer- , , fijmtiiU.iiT-'ra1b,-'"""v- ,'t 4 EWTim COX'S VARIED ROLES By SCOTT C. DONE At "one" with Woodrow Wilson nnd for WH'onlsm nnd nil It Impllus, without reservation, yet beseeching n weary, country to elect him President. That's Candidate Cox. An exponent, for cnmpnlgn purposos, of progressive thought nnd lofty ldenls, jet nominated nnd hacked by Hos Murphy, Boss Brennnn, Bosf Tnggnrt nnd Hd Moorol That's Candidate Cox. Wettest of the wet aspirants for President, sno Edwnrds, by Bryan's appraisement, ln-- n Democratic Convention dominated by tho wets, yet now endeavoring to convince nn arid country that ho Is dry and ever has been a dry I That's Candidate Cox. Charging that n corruption fund of $15,000,000 was being raised to buy up the Presidency, nnd then, nt safe distance from the seat of Inquiry, raising tho amount to 530,000,000, yet without producing nn lota of evidence In support of his wild charges. That's Candidate Cox. A machine-mad- e politician, vouched for by Tammany, yet pretending to hnc been given the light In 1012 as n dlsclplo of Theodora Itoosevclt and Hiram Johnson I That's Candidate Cox. Arraigning tho press for not taking him seriously by printing his speeches, yet knowing, ns n newspaper man, that the cost of print paper under this Administration Is too high to give space to mere words! That's Candidate Cox. Crying out against a mythical "Senate oligarchy," because the precious Wilson covenant failed of ratification, yet with full knowlcdgo that hostility of Democratic Senators rendered ratification Impossible 1 That's Candidate Cox. A mild, dodging critic of Burlesonlstn nnd Palmerlsm, when confronted by hecklers out West, jet committed unqualifiedly to Burleson-Isand Palmerlsm by the Democrntlc platform That's Candidate Cox. An apologist for the sinking of the Lusltnnla, a pacifist of the Newton Baker stripe ns clouds gathered, and Intervening on behalf of a rich slacker when war came on, yet today appealing for the support ef American sons who went to the front That's Candidate Cox. Dry to the drys, wet to tho wets, splrltuello to tho spiritual, all tilings to all crowds, In the face of the G. O. P. landslide clearly Impending, yet never daring to deviate In his devotion to Wllsonism or the Wilson League by the dotting of an "1" or tho crossing of a "t"l That's Candidate Coxl And, Anally nn acrobatic AJax defying the lightning of public disapproval! That's Candidate Cox. m 1 1 trade: mark There are many Tractors clamoring for the patronage of the farmer. The very air is charged with the noise of claims. One would think that all the farmer had to do was to buy a Tractor and he would enter into the Millennium. Well, consider this fact there are a great many different makes of .Tractors. Tractors have been on the American market for twenty years. In that time some three hundred thousand Tractors have been sold to the farmers in the United States. The Fordson Tractor has only been on the market two years, and in that time more than one hundred thousand Fordson Tractors have been sold to the farmers of the United States. Two and two makes four. Two and two always will make four. If the Fordson Tractor had not delivered more good work, more satisfactory work, more economical work, than any other farm Tractor, it would not have sold in the ratio of anywhere from five and more to one. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." The proof of the superior merits of the Fordson Tractor is in its larger sale and use. The Fordson Tractor then asks you to buy it because of what it has done for your neighbors. It asks you to buy it on its merits. . It asks you to buy it, Mr. Farmer, because you have use for it every day in the year. All the uses for the Fordson Tractor have not yet been uncovered because new places where r, machine power can take the place of human power, where machine power can supplant horse and are being found every week, and wherever such discovery occurs, the Fordson Tractor will fill the bill more satisfactorily than any other form of power. The Fordson is simple in design, and it is veiy strongly made of the highest quality of iron and steel. It is the product of the greatest mechanical genius the world has ever known, and it is most economical in first cost and after expense. The Fordson Tractor on your farm will increase the value of every foot of ground in that farm. It will put more dollars and cents into every hour you put into the farm. Now why not have a Fordson light away? Take up the subject with us. Come in and get the details, and all the particulars. It is only a matter of time until you buy a farm Tractor that is sure. So don't put it off when it means money to you to act promptly. mule-powe- Father Says Why He Is For Son for President Dr. George T. Hardyears old, father ol Senator Harding, came here from Marlon to attend the National G. A. R. encampment. He is the surgeon general of the Ohio Department of the Indianapolis. seventy-six Only 14, But Is Very1 Busy Boosting Harding Here is a picture of James Duncan Jr., age fourteen, who is the publisher of Tho Weekly Press of Stamford, Conn. In a recent Issue of his newspaper he said: "Xhe editor of this paper wishes MncGrcgor, ing, t Beaver Dam Auto Company BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 'd $&$$sS jmmMw JAMES DUNCAN MAC GREGOR, Jr. Into-ofllc- i to say the object of The Weekly Pros 13 to publish facts, and do my parr in helping the United Stntes get Wheat "futures" have sunk- - well (Copyright by Dexhelmer. Indianapolis. good, honest men, men who loe below the $2 level; this means that DR. GEORGE T. HARDING. their country Urst of all. As I nm only fourteen years, old, I cannot vote, wheat buyers are offering less than O. A. R. He served In the CMI War but I appeal to all voters to cast their ns a private In the 130th, Ohio volun- ballot for Senator Warren G. Harding $2 a bushel for wheat to be delivered In December. Corn on a similar Infantry, enlisting nt eighteen. teer nnd Goernor Calvin Coolldge." "When Warren Is elected Piesldent his ancestors among basis Is commanding only S5 cents or James numbers the country will get a good, honest the signers of the Declaration of In- so, while oats and other cereab have man who sympathizes wltii the com- dependence and always has been a dropped correspondingly. Big breaks mon people. He wus reared that way. reader of biographies of great men. He had a noble Christian mother and Roosevelt Is his hero. Harding Is his in flour and feed prices have resulted, though it will take somo time beinhe was brought up under her line Idea of the kind of a man the country fore tho full effects of the reductions fluence." should have for President. Dr. Harding is hale nnd hearty nnd arc felt ln the retail market. ihr.s use for neither glasses nor u cane. Tho wheat farmers are up In arms BAKER'S ADVISOR 71113 was the fifth national encampM at tho situation. They have expected OUT FOR HARDING. ment he had attended. He was the to sell their wheat for $3 a bushel or center of interest among his 00,000 so, and they figure that this will only comrades who attended the Crow-el- l, Washington. Major Benedict Mr. Baker's former Assistant Sec- Just about allow them to get out evretary of War, warm admirer of Pres- en. The farmers" associations are VOTERS ENCOUNTER NO urging that wheat be held until tho ident Wilson, Is the latest distinguishDIFFICULTY CHOOSING But there ed man to declare In an Interview that $3 price Is forthcoming. BETWEEN CANDIDATES. ho Is In favor of the election of Hard- is such a largo visible supply of wheat ing and Coolldge and a Republican that this plan is not likely to work. Washington. The American people Congress at the polls In November. The Western farmers complain that are carefully making a close compari- Major Crowell goes so far as to say that it Is the wheat gamblers who are deson right now between Senator Hard- he Is In favor of the league of nations pressing tho price of wheat. These ing and Covernor Cos. ' The choice be- but he prefers to take bis chances on gamblers they say, never really buy tween these two men and the policies getting the league with Senator nard-ln- a bushel of wheat but only speculate they represent is not a dlfllcult one rather than with Goernor Cos. ln it for "future delivery" when ev"Now that President Wilson Is re- eryone knows that no delivery is to and the writer honestly believes the American people have their minds tiring from active political life," said be made. Demands are made that Major Crowell, "It is wise for his sup- congress shall put a stop to such made up and nro ready to vote. Seuutor Harding and Governor Cox porters to pause and take stock, of the gambling ln grain. Meantimo many are almost diametrically opposed to situation. I have always favored a of tho farmers are storing their grain each other In everything. Senator league of nations but the Democratic ln every avnllahlo place, even filing Harding stands for Americanism and party has no monopoly on the league. their parlors with it, in the hopo that Indeed, the present Democratic admin- prices Governor Cox espouses Internationalwill Improve. ism. Harding is cautious about what istration has frilled on this subject In Practically every other farm prokind of a league he and his party goes spite of the fact that 75 per cent duct is in tho saino boat with wheat. Into while Cox wants to wade right of tho Senate were In favor of some Tho stock ralsors are desperate; they Into the European league as proposed klad of a league. "It seems evident that Governor iCox declare that their business is going by President Wilson. to he rulnel and they are appealing Senator Harding is careful, delib- Is making many promises regarding Washington for relief. Potatoes erate, dlgulfled, sincere, fcerlous aud the league which he may not be able to are bringing such small prices that It constructive, while Governor Cox Is to fulfill." is not worth while to market them. crafty, quick to seize upon any kind agencies Tho various Is bombastic and of an artlQco; be Senator Harding, observation lends Impulsive. us to believe, has created a strong which have been organized for the Senator Harding has been a life- Impression of earnestness, sincerity purpose of securing higher prices for time' accumulating a moderate fortune aud high sense of duty. Ills utter- the producors are forced to admit that while Governor Cox jumped Into the ances are marked by a studied mod- they are unablo to find a market. multimillionaire class In a few years eration; he exhibits no arrogance of Thoy. are making lame excuses to tho Harding lives modestly and quietly ln opinion, and has made no extrava- farmers and telling them that they an unostentatious manner while Gov- gant promises of n millennium to he "must expect to take tho rain with ernor Cox Uvea ln luxury on a large created by pro.'lamntlou; ha seoks the minshlno." estate In a home costing half a mil- rather to expiess the uutlonul spirit The dairy Industry Is ln a state of than to Impose a doctrine of political lion dollars. Infallibility. And there la as collapse. Not only aro milk prices a growing view that Gover- falling below tho profit point but Warren O. Harding will be fifty-fiv- e nor Cox Is n shifty opportunist, super- the public are refusing to buy milk years of age on Election Day. He Is ficial In thought, reckless In appeal and milk products at any price; they old enough to know and young enough nnd Irresponsible in statements, have been weaned away from them to do. His rival has not yet reached Philadelphia Noitu American. even the yean of discretion. by the high prices thoy have been g minus-tukahl- FARMERS RESENT SLUMP IN PRICES forced to pay. Sugar Is still on tho toboggan slide Tho whoiesalo price at this writing is 11 cents, and still lower prices are predicted. Here too tho buging public havo balked; they found they'had been tricked by tho sugar people and the government into paying outrageous, pricos and now they are using only a fraction of tho sugar thoy would normally use. It Is estimated that the last sugar crop yielded Cuba ilone a not profit of a billion and a third dollars; but now the Cuban planters face disaster as tho new crop will have to bo dumped at less than half what tho last one brought them. Stocks of sugar in this country aro enormous and the holders aro being forced to throw them on the market, as they can't secure the money to carry them longer. The drop in supar prices so far has caused" a shrink age of a third of a blllian dollars. The pooplo who aro uolng hurt are crying out for "relief." Many of tho middlemen have made contracts for largo amounts of su gar at wholesale prices up to 22 cents a pound. Tho refiners are now insisting that tho buyers shall take this sugar and pay the prices they agreed to pay. Some of tho sugar banks In Cuba and this country aro on tho point of failure. This wh&lo question as to contracts and future prices Is arousing earnest discussion. Many big concerns, such as the auto companies for Instance, make a practice of guaranteeing that their prices will not bo re'duced with in, say, six months. Tho effect of such guaranties of courso is to keep prices artificially inflated. The Western farmers, It is claimed, have lost two billion dollars by the recent price reductions, and tho Southern plantors say thoy havo lost a billion on cotton alone, to say nothing of peanuts and other crops. Cotton seed and peanuts, aro bringing such low prices that the planters are being urged to uso them for fertilizer and feed rather than try to sell them, The latest government estjmato puts the cotton crop at 12,123,000 bales, or neatly a million bales more than last year. Cotton Is now bringing less than 25 cents, against 40 cents a short time ago. Tho planters are striking for 40 cents and are calling on tho federal reserve banks to supply them with the capital necessary to finance the crop at that price. The administration at Washington is hostllo to any such plan as this and it gvles a warning that money cannot be advanced to allow anyono to hold products for war prices. Tho farmers of tho South aro holding meetings and denouncing tho government authorities. They declaro that the, federal reservo system has been used to allow favored Interests to spcculato and profiteer, so that thoro Is no money left to finance legitimate business. Sonator Smith, of N C, Dem , declared: "I don't heliove tho law gives any official the right to say what kind of business shall have credit and what shall not " Ho added that if tho present situation Is allowed to continue tho farmers will all unite in a general strike and will say to tho public: "Hero Is our price. We demand our rights and wo will not loosen up one pound of meat, wheat or cotton till we get them." Dr. W. J. Splllman, former head of tho farm- market bureau of tho agricultural department, charged that Secretary of tho Treasury Houston and the foderal Teservo board aro conspiring to force tho price of wheat down. In all tho cotton states tho "night-riders- "' aro terrorizing the country with tho object of keeping cotton off tho. mnrkot ln ordor to force tho price up. Warnings are posted telling tho plantors not to pick their cotton or they will bo dealt with soverely, Gins nro warned not to accept any cotton, and stores not to do any business un til cotton goes back to 40 cents. Many gins and stores havo been buined and millions of dollars' worth of cotton destroye'd. In somo cases mon who have been guardlng"propor-t- y havo been killed by tho night-riderGovernors of several states have Issued statements denouncing the out. rages and giving warning thnt thoy must stop. Rewards are being offered for tho arrest of offenders. , s. -- m:vs!aikii mi:iigi:ius. pa-p- The shortage and high cost of is forcing more cxtenslvo changes in tho Journalistic world than wero over known before. Recently F A. Munsy purchased tho Now York Herald and combined It with tho Sun; but now ho has separated the two and will Issuo the Herqld as a morning paper and the Sun as an ovenlng one Cyrus Curtis, head of tho groat Curtis Pub. Co., of Philadelphia has Just bought np tho Philadelphia. Press and has merged it Into th-1 ublic Ledger. Tho I'ron was established 63 j caw ao nnd It had an honored place In AmirliM Journal-Isit now disappears, from tho scene. Many other papers aro being morgod ovor the country. In somo cases papers that havo long boen eno- mlcs ln politics nro being combined. Many papers and periodicals which havo no particular rcacon for existence are giving up altogether. (m) s m 1 If your child starts In Its sleep, grinds Its tooth while sleeping, picks at tho nose, has a bad broath, fickle appetite, pale complexion, and dork rings under tho oyes; it has worms; and as long 33 thoy remain ln tho la- te3tlnes, that child will bo sickly. White's Cream Vormlfi'ge cloars out the worms, strengthens tho stomach and bowols and puts tho little ono on the road to health nud choorfulness Price 30c por bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m V austkiaxs m:gam.k bigamy Tho government of Austria has taken steps to legalize marriages where one of. tho contracting parties hat fallod to secure divorce. Tho Austrian of no divorce, especially to Catholics, and it was to got around this situation that tho new stop was taken. The inoasuro has created a storm of protest, especially in tho clerical press. law-permi- . An Agreeable Surprise. "About three years ago when I vas suffering from a severe cold on my lungs and" coughed most of the time night and day, I tried a bottle ot Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was surprised at tho promptness with which it gavo, me relief," writes Mrs? James Brown, Clark Mills, N, Y. MaJ ny another has been surprised and Pleased with the prompt relief at- forded by this remedy. m m Chamberlain's Cough Hemcdy. This remedy Is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. From a small beginning Its sale and use has extended to a parts of thp United States and to many foreign countries. This nlono Is enough to Convlnrn nna Mint It H edicine of moro than ordinary merit. Cive It a trial and you will find this Ui be tho- case.. mj , . SENATOR HARDING PROPOSES WELFARE POST IN CABINET Tells 12,000 Women He Favors Department In Defense of Mothers, Childhood and ' Public Healt- hTO ADVANCE SOCIAL JUSTICE. WITHOUT AN EQUAL 12,000 Women Hear Harding's ' Address on Social Justice ' STATES INSPECTOR i KuiM9ME3HIL!HJlfflf;Jlj ii iiW'i tm BMSB8MS3MBfi9HHBNIIif!(i9'7'' ' u, ' 'iHP'ttr i ii it ii . i iij jmt u nr inn' ij,i, i i mm ip i' wsi11 ii, 'iiw!.! I mji .1 j ' pnr vriMprv'rcK3f$4jr, a FKotackflrw?. SKtrEf im.MMMMtjfa-i.uL.'.,..' u-jiQi- f HtaJ k...t Tanlac Built Him Up So Wonderfully His Friends Are Now Taking It "Although I havo only taken four bottles of Tanlac, it has.restored mo to perfeci health, nnd I have gained ten pounds in weight," said Floyd E. Whitman, 790 Sawyer St., Akron, Ohio, Inspector of tho sttam heating system for tho Goodrich Tiro and WSBP WHS Emphasizes Need of Safeguarding Women on American Farms. Stands for Enforcement of Law Mnrlon, O, Tlie crentlon of n Fed. ernl Department of IMihllc Welfnie to function In defense of maternity, childhood nnd ptilille health wns proposed by Senator Harding In n speech on social Justice to C,(XK) women who came to lils front porch from all points of the compass. Such n department, said Senator Harding, must "avoid the fearful results of bureaucracy. There can lie no moro cfllclcnt way of n (Untieing a humanitarian program," he said, "than by adapting the machinery of our Fed-'erGovernment to the purposes wo desire to attain. While others may have their eyes fixed upon some particular piece of legislation or more particular policy of social Justice which calls for the sympathetic Interest of us nil, I say, without hesitation, thnt our primary consideration must be tho machinery of ndmlnlstrntlon, and that (When tho time comes for us to reorganize our administrative go eminent In Washington we must all stand together for tho creation of a Depart, ment of Public Welfare. "1 pledge myself tndny," he said, "to support with nil that Is In me whatever practical policy of social wolfaro and social Justice can ho brought forwnrd by the combined wisdom of all Americans. Nothing can concern America, 'nnd nothing can concern me ns nn American, mprc deeply than the health, the happiness nnd the enlightenment of every fellow American. Must Avoid Paternalism. I "Tho social Justice that I conceive Is not paternalism. It would be easy to make It so, nnd dangerous Indeed to the best spirit that Americans can ,hao the spirit of expressing by tho Individual free will one's own merits, capacity and wortlu We do not want government to suppress thnt expression of free will, even by benevolence, but we do mean to preserve. In America nn equal opportunity nnd n for therein, even though wc use the government to do It. "I believe that there Is no step more practical, no step which wllj menu more to the growth of America's social welfare; no step which will guar-r.ntc- c better America's social Justice, than one which I propose to you. Danrjers to Be Avoided. "I have no doubt that there will be pome who will find In this proposal cause for calling me an extremist, but 'when we hnve a task to do, which has been dlctntcd by our conscience and approved by our wisdom, let us straightway flhd the wny to do It. I do not say this without n word of caution. I recognize certain dangers which are always presented when government undertakes large and detailed tasks." Tasks of Social Justice. Senator Harding pointed out tho necessity of going forward upon a sure footing nnd declared: "When making the proposal for a department of public welfare to America, I am aware that I have mado a step In ndvancc of any platform. "We all know that we face tasks of social Justice, which we must undertake with dlspntc.h nnd efficiency. Who can suggest one of these tasks which can supersede In our hearts, or In tint rank which foresight and wisdom will give that of the protection of our maternity? "Tho protection of the motherhood of America can not bo accomplished until the stato and tho nation hnve enacted and, by their example, have enforced customs, which protect womanhood itself. 1 know full well thnt there are women who Insist that women shall bo treated upon the same i basis that men are treated." Senator Harding discussed the need f adequate protection for women in Industry and expressed his belief In day for the wisdom of an eight-hou- r women workers. He emphasized the need of safeguarding the women on American farms. lie proposed putting the Children's Bureau under the suggested Department of Public Welfare, and urged prevention of abuses of j child labor. "I must not fall," Senator nardlng went on, "to speak to you today of one of the measures of social Justice and eoclal welfaro not often catalogued In this manner, but perhaps more important than any we have, considered. I refer to the enforcement of law. It will not be my business when elected to decide what laws shall be. It will be legitimate for me to Invoke public pinion for their enactment, but such a call to public opinion must be based more upon the duty of the Executive of tho nation to give facts to the peo-- 1 pie than upon his desire to give opinion, theory and propaganda. The enforcement of. the law Is an Executive responsibility and must be undertaken by the Executive without regard for his personal approval or disapproval of the law, which It has been the ycoi Vb will to enact." ! I Huhber Co. "I hnd been feeling all for a year or more and my wholo sys- 'tom seemed to bo getting out of or- Jdcr, as the longer I wont tho worso I "My anDotito Twelve thousand women from all carts of the Onlted States went to got." ho continued. Marlon to Hear Senator Harding's address on social justice In which he uroed was so poor I hadn't eaten a bite for the creation ef a Federal Department of Public Welfare to function in defense breakfast in a year, and although my or run-dow- n maternity, childhood and public health. New Young Americans Learn of Nation's Obligations to Them ; Twelve thousand women from all parts of the country travelled to Marlon to hear Senator Harding's noteworthy address on social Justice In whien he proposed a Federal Department of Public Welfare to function In defense of maternity, childhood and public health. Here Is seen Senator Harding and Mrs. Harding surrounded by a group of girls of foreign parentage from Chicago, who sang America as part of tho ceremonies. Tha girls aro dressed In their native costumes. PRAISES HARDING'S WELFARE PROGRAM "Senator Harding's address on social Justice In which he proposed n Federal Department of Public Welfare,. Is the longest step and practicable proposal yet taken by any man of olHchil responsibility," declares Hon, Simeon D. Tcss, representative In Congress from i. LAUDS HARDING'S WELFARE PROGRAM I K V Marlon, O. Mrs. Raymond Robins, of Chicago, was tho spokeswoman for thousands of women Industrial work- "ThePhonosratih with a Soul" ers and women Interested in problems of public wclfnre who gathered here So in today. your copy listen to Senator Harding's speech ' 'Edison and Music. tells you, in on aociai jusnee. Ohio. Mrs. Hoblns, who Is president of the story, all 17 "His program goes directly to the National Women's Trades Union Edison period cabinets core of tho problem nnd demands pro League, looks, said: tection, first, of jnotherhood, by safelineage, "Wo have come knowing well that characteristics. guarding mntcrnlty, then of childhood, by proper legislation, and through we represent but ono of many groups 8 book makes useful these, the nntlonal health against through low standof disease a obtain. guide ards of morals and commercial agof has gression of 'industry, which exposes to or Infants and Children epidemics," ho said. ''He recognizes given modern times its most precious soclnl Justice not as a woman's prob' In Use For Over Years heirlooms. lem, but ns a general problem, In Always bears which women ploy a larger part. the us, same time, our Hence, his specific demamls thnt womSignature of en be placed on various boards, Fedway buyeral and State, which have to deal a 'New Edison. with problems of employment, labor WORLD'S LARGEST SAWS. adjustment nnd wherever national health is to be determined. This conManufacturers in this country are cern must extend to women In agriproducing big specially-bui- lt circular ns well as Industries. culture, E. P. BARNES & BROTHER saws for cutting big trees into shingle "Senator Harding's sound common BEAVER DAM, KY. blocks, which aro believed to be tho sense prevents his dealing In general theories at the expense of practical largest in existence. Thoy measure Alhe to the dangers of results. nine feet in diameter, have 190 teeth bureaucracy, against which he warns, and weigh almost 800 pounds. When reorganization of our deho nsks for a rotating at full speed these saws partments nt Washington which will travel 130 miles an hour, at their be one of his earliest tasks, and reccircumference. ommends tho creation of a department . of Public Welfnreto hnve directions , THE CONTRAST of the problem of social justice. This will prevent duplication qf agencies Hub: It seems to ma that you MRS. RAYMOND ROBINS. by unifying n hnlf dozen bureaus now come to tho offieo n good deal more doing a haphazard work into ono re- of citizens In America, with necessa- than there is any occasion for. sponsible and responsive department rily divergent interests, and we underWife; I cannot help i(, dear. of the goerument. This step carries stand we must find the way so to rea program of social Justice from the late our various needs and hopes and Your manners in tho office are so stage of theoretical speculation to aspirations that out of such Interrel- much nicer than thoy aro at homo that of practical execution, and tho ationship may come the realization of that I really enjoy the contrast. country can expect immediate action America's Ideals, for first and above along practical lines." all we want to serve 'oar country." Constipation. "We have always known," said Mrs. FOR AND The beginning of almost every se Robins, "that certain groups of womGOVERNOR SPROUL . Colds, Coughs La Grippe rious disorder is constipation. If you en are vitally Interested in soclnl SAYS WOMEN NOT and Industrial questions but we did want to enjoy good health keep your ' Neglected Colds are Dangerous IN FAVOR OF COX not know that tlie great mass ef wom bowels regular. This is best accomno chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze. Take en, all sorts of women, young and old, J plished by proper diet and exercise, Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves "Women voters are not for Cor," rrora tne rarms and from the cities--are but sometimes a medicine is needed J Grippo in 3 days Excellent for Headache says Governor Sproul of Pennsylvania also Interested. and when that Is tho case you will and the reasons are not far to find. Quinine in this form does not affect tho head Cascara is best Tonic "What Is It they see In the call to find Chamberlain's Tablets aro excelLaxative No Opiate in Hill's. Governor Cox has alienated the affecsocial Justice? They see their opportions of great masses of American tunity to serve the nation in and lent. They are mild and gentle in women. In the first place, it is genthrouch a nrouram dpflllnc with ih their action, easy and pleasant to erally conceded that his intimate vital Issues with which they are at tako Give them a trial. They only friends knew that In his heart be did home, the protection of childhood, the coat a Quarter. m not want woman's suffrage and that care of mothers and babies, the safe-bis statements in favor of tills measguarding of women workers, the con- - CON8IDKHING UNION France stands in determined opposi- bly the Catholic Rhlnoland in addiure were only for political effect. servatlon of health and the needs of WITH GERMANY tion, as it would make her enemy tion, a Catholic German state. EithThere are a great many travelling women on the farms. Italy on er plan, to become effective must first neighbor moro powerful. men in this country, .They are, as a "We have listened to a great speech, assembly the other hand Is said to favor the receive tho approval of the leaguo ot The Austrian national class, constructionists of a high order. one of the few great speeches of a dechas called for a plebiscite on the union on the ground that the peace nations. Tbelr Intelligent optimism has often ade, and Its effect will be fur mm held a merchant up past the breaking union of Austria with Germany, and treaty has loft Austria without repoint helping save his business. These When tho chest feels e it appears that many consider tho sources for sustaining her population and travelling men havo devoted wives; Great the throat burns, you havo indigesMany are for Cor. says Oeoree 'move necessary In order that Austria and meeting her obligations. the most of them take a great Interest Harvey, because they are tion, and you need HBItUINB to get convinced may survive. There is a widespread Britain is said to be indifferent. Intwhat their husbands are doing. Qox will not keep hia.word. It is sentiment in the two countries for a Bgsidei) the union with Germany rid of the disagreeable feoling. It lost what friends ho may hae had that he hard to conceive a harsher criticism of state. Before this can anolher plan of fusion has been con- drives out badly digested food, among these good people by his amui-Inglsidered, This is a combination of strengthens the stomach and purifies on commercial stupid attuck . ; v.bout. travelling and the travelling man. . the approval of Austria with tho German kingdom of tho bowels. Prico COc. Sold by tho a,, the great powers. Among these Bavaria, thus forming, with prpba- - Ohio County Drug Co. m wlfo would fix a small lunch for me to carry with nlo to work, I always brought all or most of it back home in tho afternoon. Even when I did mnnngo to eat a little something it caused me o bloat up with gas until I could hardly brcatho and I would I bo In misery for hours nfterwards. could get but little sleep, and always got up feeling as tired and wornout as when I went to bed. I Just had to drag myself around at my work, and it was only by using great will power I nonaged to stay on the job at all. FMnnllv. T pot fin lmtt nff ihnt nftnn j while at work I would get weak and nervous all of a sudden, become stag-gor- y and Just ,have to stop and rest a whilo before I could go on again. In fact, I was In such a bad fix I was Just about ready to give up and go to bed when Tanlac came to my rescue. "The boys at the plant saw the condition I was in, and as several of them had taken Tanlac with remarkable re- suits, they advised mo to try it. Well sir, I commenced getting better right ,away, and now my Improvement has been so great that all tho boys in my dopartment nt the Goodrich plant who felt like they needed a little building up have taken Tanlac. and It has helped them so much, too, that about all wo talk about outside of our work, is Tanlac. Why, I feel at least twenty years younger, and am in such good, shape it is hard for mo to realize I ever had anything wrong with me. I havo regained my strength so that my work is actually a pleasure, and I havo such a good appetito my wjfe Jokingly saya 1 am about to eat us out of house nnd homo. I think ranlic Is the grand-t- o est medJcine In the world .mrl I am always recommend'.ig it ;o ethers " Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr L. B. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr.; and in McIIenry by S. J. Tichenor. Advertisement. ?r you coming faviitgg yoUT CGpy ft, fo I 4 j o Edison and Music"? Ith Free Pagfe after JI1& J period cabinets On each page, the same fascinating story. And this is it: Every Edison , cabinet has been adapted direct from some Old World furniture masterpiece. Every Edison cabinet looks every inch the thing that it is a true furniture aristocrat. of exquisite 2&NEW EDISON stop picture and CASTORIA 30 their The kind of that information joy to A to the kind furniture that Get of " It about the their their &&&$&& at the Ask Budget Plan the thrift ing about of M w Kill That Cold With CASCARA M QUININE OM ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT on-fir- y wfZ? , pan-Germ- iii"nrtn-i- umiiiijj'Hiih.,.ihi)mjiiIihiiiiiuii,h MWfclh if r The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEV, Editor mid Business Manager. are making tljolr plea for election on ratification of the Loaguo which gives Hodjaz, with a population of 300,000, (but little more thnn the City of Louisville') retrcaonlntlon along with the United States. Haiti also has the samo rights, and she has a population of 2,500,000 blanks', about equaling the tlon" In Kentucky,, population of Kentucky. Our ropro- . Entored according to law nt theisentatlvcs must sit In meetings with TPostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uaw negroes from both of these Countries Batter of tho second class. if the Loaguo Is over ratified. But to raise that question would do tho to Address all communications Democrats but little it any good. So 'The-- Hartford Republican. they are contont to endeavor to stir up feeling here at homo on the age-ol- d NOTICE TO SUlJSClUBKItS "Nigger" quesand thread-bar- e Subscribers desiring tho paper sent It won't work, something solid o a now address must give tho old tion. must bo given tho voters this time. address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c .por line, and 8c por lino for each ad Fathers I Mothers I You know ex- ditional insertion ljr what you got four years ago Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Thnnks, le per word, and 6e for when Wilson was elected. You also of each head lino and slgnautre, money know just what you wero promised In advance would not happen If Wilson was electChurch Notices for services free, por ed, they kept you awake at night, other advertisements, lc .tut with the repeated promise. Was It "word. will true? You must answer, you alone Anonymous communications recelvo no attention. The samo crowd Is again pleading for election, with a new promise in their TELEPHONES mouths. Do you believe them this 59 Tanners Mutual time? Again you must decido the 123 Cumberland question. It you desire that the blood of your sons be put up as colOCTOBER 20 lateral, yea, even mortgaged for the TKIDAY perpetuation of tho territorial boundaries and political existence of all REPUBLICAN TICKET. tho countries of the world, as now established, then vote for this crowd that fooled you four years ago. It you are against mortgaging the sons of yoursolf and neighbors together with their posterity, to Europo, Asia and Africa, then vote to reject this business. Wilson, Cox and the Democrats are for it. Harding and the Republicans are against it. Choose ye, as to whom you will first serve, your home and homeland or those J I across the distant seas. -j Open Your Ey Kentucky Men and Women, We Most Awake to the Danger that Confronts Our Homes and Our Country. We must be rid of those who are gazing at the stars, and elect Americans whose feet are planted firmly on the soil of their native land. It is not putting it too strongly to any that America is facing peril. ' t The waves stirred by the war have not receded, whole world is in turmoil arid trembles in uncertainty. ( t While this storm was growing in fury, the Democratic' Administration was engaged in settling world problems, neglecting entirely the pressing danger to our own national life. . The The Wilson League of Nations, an ephemeral dream as brought back from Paris, has consumed all of this Democratic Administration's time, all of its thought and action. They have had no time for home affairs. The business of this nation, the safety of our homes, the perpetuation even of our constitutional form of government must be put in the hands of men whose feet arc planted firmly upon the soil of America, and whose eyes can see the. dangers ahead, instead of scanning the heavens for new stars. We are'proud that our nation is the greatest democracy that the world has ever known. But this democracy is to be tried by a test more severe than war a test thnt shall try our moral courage. In America, industry, commerce and society are threat- enedvby a wave of mental unrest. High prices, business uncertainty. Bolshevism and even anarchy, disturb our peopleA We must get back to normal. Sane, sober thinking must take the place of reckless agitation. In. England, the storm has broken and the constitutional government is on trial for its life. This storm must not break in America. tf rS V '1 For President WARREN G. HARDING. Tor Vlco President CALVIN COOLIDGE. Tor For U. S. Senator RICHARD P. ERNST. Congress JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. m . ' Cox says the League was inspired by God. So was the "HE KEPT US -OUT OP WAR," but we'll not say what Cox said. Woodrow Wilson or some one else, did keep Henry Ford's son, Col. T. R. Ttooscvelt Sr., and a few fellows of this section out of war. Aside from those few, it was a fake. According to the lino of argument of this ection, should they discover that their colored cook was voting, the Democratic ticket they would immediately face about and vote the. Republican ticket. That's what Ave call good sound principle? -- of somo of tho "pin-head- s" i L if Vote early. If you would subthe dominion rule of the Woodrow Wilson League for good old fabhioned Americanism, tho kind of Government the Revolutionaries whipped the British for, you ought to vote for Cox, because hn says he ie Eo Xree. in completo accord with Wilson. If you are for preserving our homo rulo, publican when he passed the brains. Vote early, Men and Women, and, tho kind of 'Government our fathers We have never prided ourself with fought and died for, having any too when you do, let America, the Sweet and much of the gray Xand of Liberty, ho uppermost in then vote for Harding and Co Inge, matter, but wo have barely enough to yoar thoughts,, the Land that has localise there can be no doubt as to know that a charge of tho luck of it never failed though it delayed some-wha- t, what they bland for. Don't go off af- in tho other fellow, Is a mighty poor In tho performance of duty in ter strange Gods. Don't worshlpat sir-rcargument. a ..mighty Yes doing tho right thing by tho oppress- tho shrine that Woodrow built across lame argument against something ed tho down trodden, without being the Ocean. For ourselves, we are that is down in plain English, and of mortgaged in a Covenant to do so at content to bow only at the foot of which Harris has brains enough to tho dictation of any outside or for that fashioned by Washingi'in, Jof- - be ashamed, yet enough to , ., . . eign influence. , Mncom anu me omer hus-- i nBXVBr ' triour. Patriots., that Shrine o'er which I a sensiblo manner, As to the brain It's a queer way about how things the TRS AND STRIPES float, the matter, confess, Lord did miss take such strange turns, for instance, whlto of which symbolizes purity, and me, for I'll was a the fellow who little there last fall Democrats in a State cam- the red, to us is an ever reminder of was not eating at tho first table, you paign would not look at you and talk the rivers of blood shed by the heknow the little always had to wait, State affairs at all. No sir, it was the roes of Valley Forge and Bunker Hill, and when the dish was passed to us war. the League of Nations and such that reasonable freedom should be was nothing much left other things. Tho Speaker here Saturday, the heritage of man in tho Western there scraps of monkey brains, so wo than lovo-thappeared to other side of tho World. Which shall it be, tho Shrine had them reserved for the little, question most, that is local and not for which the Stars- and Stripes serve freckled-faced urchin who had to tho big things the people aro most in- as a symbol and covering or shall It wait. After the Lord had gotten thru terested In now, and are to voto on, be that Tower of Babol that Woodrow cramming the scattering scraps Tuesday. built? Should Washington ask you amounting fo about one-tenof one your grain, Into the brat's nut, he named on November 3, concerning Charlie Harris, in his speech here Stewardship what will you be able to and planted him I Saturday also lambasted Governor say. will it bo "Father Washington, him Charllo Harris, in Versailles and this Is the same Jtorrow because he had no', had Trip, 1 took your advice, I am fpr equal thing that wandered off to these Tige and Tray treed. Dldn'J you Justice for all, but voted for entangl parts, to fill the engagement of T. V Jjnow Charles l.'i&i those don had ing' alliances with none?" SIsson, of Mississippi. We trust that been busy for a long, loni; tiine try- -' home safely, as his Charllo ing to trail up that crowd of fellows ' Mister Charlie Harris, of Versailles, people arrived no search fqr him. have made who kept us out of war? They Ky., U. S. A., in separating himself might have succeeded too, had it not from a speech at the Court House Senator Charllo Harris, who made been for the fact that the trail had Saturday, on behalf of the Democrats, d by the other, or said tho editor of this paper, in last a speech hero Saturday, supposedly been same bunch who would keep the week's issue misquoted and misin- in interest of tho Democrats, charged' "World out of war. terpreted Section (c) of Article 23, that Governor Morrow had been wherein wo gave said section oxactly guilty of' appointing a number of perThoJnslnceroty of those who would as given in tho Covenant,, together sons to positions n our Charitable appeal to prejudice for political gain, with the reservation adopted by tho and Penal Institutions who were not When, in 4by billy talk about "Nigger Douiina- - Senate, If we did not quote it ex- - residents of Kentucky. Somo and conecien clous souls are condemning Governor .Morrow for taking time off to to the campaign. Wo thought that Cox was Governor of Ohio, but suppose that we were mistaken, because these same good people did not say anything about Cox being absent from duty. And wo feel sure they "would not damn one and let the other dear-heart- Wilson couldn't or wouldn't, nt east, he didn't keep the United States out of war, and now they would have you believe that the League this same Wilson built will keep the world out of war. And Cox says "me too." It's our business, our duty, if you please, to support the United States of Am erica, tho Commonwealth of Kentuc ky, Ohio County, the community in which we live and our own household, even to tli,e last drop of our blood and the bottommost farthing. Thi3 we mean to do, always, when justice and the exigencies of the occasion require it. Under the Wilson League we are called upon to make no distinction when it comes to matters of support, of life and death, as relates to our own beloved Country and the countries of other and foreign climes. Are you ready to offer your self and your son as a pledge, as a hostage that no oppressed people may throw off the yoke of tyrrany. We gained our independence by just that sort of method, are you ready to say that you will shed your blood that others may not do the same? That's what the Covenant that Wilson built means. It's a guarantee against encroachment from without and preser vation of conditions now existing Our big problem is to steer a straight course. All the brains, calm judgement, and fair dealing that America possesses must be called into play. ss i Since the signing of the armistice, the Democratic Administration has failed utterly to allay this spreading unrest. In fact, by its' policy of weakness, it has destroyed the confidence of the people. It has demonstrated its inability to meet this crisis. And wc will otand this test because the heart of America is sound and the judgement of American men and women is safe. ' We must elect a Republican administration that will call into service the strongest minds and stoutest hearts of our nation to help in guiding our course to safety. Le Your Vote Be For Your Home, Your Country and Your Loved Ones Warren G. Harding For President IF Calvin Coolidge For Vice-Preside- nt Richard P. Ernst For Senator - l "America First"- - The Straight Republican Ticket- "America First" Ik actly we will swallow Cox, Beckham, within. stitute de-vo- to Johnson and the whole shooting match, if we die with ptomain poison in 24 hours thereafter. In order to mako his charge complete, to clinch it even beyond the shadow of a doubt, he offered the following un- controvertable, unimpeachable and profound argument in support there of, viz: that the Good Lord entirely overlooked the Editor of tho Re- fore-fathe- rs e, lei-son- ., not-quit- ,, appointments whatever. promise that ho would was elected last (all upon tho express charitable institutions out of politics, by tho appointment of a strict Non partisan Board, which he did, and for whlchj the Courier-Journa- l, Times and nearly every Democratic paper within the State warmly congratulated him. - He appointed the Board of Charities, who organized and elected a Chairman, who is a Democrat In politics, Judge Hincs, of Louisville. This Board selected an ox- pert, a man with years of experience s, In Just this' lino of work, a Mr. as Superintendent having general charge, as head of all State Institutions of that character. The Governor has nothing at nil to do with tho appointment of any ono having to do with theso institutions, other than tho Board, which under tho law and his promise, must bo By-ornon-parti- truth, Harris knows, as does every other person with gumption sufficient to keep out of the fire, who reads or cares to know, that tho Governor has nothing tolo with the the best men possible to fill all of tho positions, Ignoring absolutely politics or a man's place of residence, Just as an Individual would in tho Morrow conduct of any sort of big business. take tho No sano man or woman would have place, spont Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Tatum's brother. Mr, Fred Tatum, of Simmons. Miss Margaret McDowell, who recently underwent an operation, is improving nicely. Miss Jennio May McDowell spent It otherwise, except to get these In- the week-en- d wi'th Mrs. Mallon, stitutions back into" rotten politics, of near Beaver Dam. for the purpose of spoliation, to pull A largo crowd attended the funmore denim cloth, "Armstrong Deals" eral services for Mr. John Taylor, or you might reverso It and say whose remafiis were brought to Beth-"Strong Arm Deals." Justlcq deSunday for burial. Tho servico mands tho employment of tho best was conducted by Rev. M. a. Snell, men and wornn to bo had for these of Centertown. institutions. Would Harris chana Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Stewart, of conditions, would ho return to tho Henry, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester old, rotton political system? Will ( wart, of Centortown, spont last Sun-h- is lino of argument help Democrats day with tholr sister, Mrs.' Frnnk November 2? Not with thoso who Maples. aro for the good of the Charitablo Mr. and Mrs. Lunlo Maples, of this Institutions. placo, spent last weokend wiih.thelrV daughters, Mrs. J. D. Tompson and" ed BETHEL. Mrs.-FrTatum, of Simmons. Mrs. Frank Maples spent from FriA new coal bank is being opened on day until Sunday with her mother, at Fred Tatum's farm, by Mr. McIIonry. Thomas. Mr. Strother Hawkins is on tho Mr. and Mrs, Tom Tatum, of this sick list. I ej san. Tho .Board endeavors toisecuro 3? o -- - th HAVE YOU TfclED A BOX OF Whitman's Candy ABSOLUTELY THE BEST GOING Make yourself strong with your best girl by taking her a box of Whitman's Candy.- - We will carry a full line at all times. . " crls-crosse- TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT hiNBR Coat Suits Mrs. J R. Plrtlc was summoned to Owen3boro Tuesday to be at tho bcdsldo of her father, Mr. David L, Smith, who suffered a sovcro paralytic stroke, Mr. Smith's condition Is thought to bo precarious. Mr. E. D. Cox, of At'-'C:;fo, v':a , formerly resided lie.-"- , to Ting from n'sovore operation performed somo tlmo ngo, on account of a growth wltlcli almost completely closed tho passage from his stomach. , LOWER PRICES --- Beaver Dam Coal Whenever there is any decline in the wholesale market price of merchandise we handle, we will immediately match that tower price here at Beaver Dam Coal Company; there can hardly be any decided break, most lower prices will result from forced sales by manufacturers and wholesalers who are compelled to raise cash on their goods. You can buy at Beaver Dam Coal Company--, with every confidence in our values ana with every assurance that all new are at once reflected in all prices that we ask you to pay. law-price- s and Coats New Things Are Added Weekly to Our Ready-to-We- ar Mrs. J. W. O'Dannon, of Russoll-vlll- e, will return home today, after spending sevornl days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Stewart, of Crdmwcll ,and her sister, Mrs. R. Vf. Duke, and Mr. Duke, of this plnce. Don't waste tho long, winter evenings that aro coming. Enjoy them reading your favorite magazines. Wo have a largo line of Periodicals, If vo do not havo your favorites, wo will gladly get them for you. TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT CLEAR run. Some of the Standard Goods we Sell True Shape Hosiery. Warner's Rust Proof and Red Fern Corsets. Red Goose School Shoes for Children and Misses. McElroy-Sloa- n Shoe Co.'s Shoes for men and women. A. E. Anderson's line tf Clothing for men. Henchey's Coats and Suits for women, and Coats for misses and children. Progress Cook Stoves and Heaters. Eastman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies of ail kinds. We have everything that you need in diy goods for all the family and our prices are right; our furniture stock is complete with every article. that you: need from your kitchen to your best room ; for good things to eat we have. ,tnem an, stanaara ana iancy groceries, vegetables, traits and fresh meats. We pay the highest market prices for all kinds of country produce ; tiy us MrvLonn!e Wade, who has been living on Rev. R. E. Fuqua's farm, noar here, fbr tho past two years, has moved to the farm of Professor Hoag- land.r where he will resldo next year. Mr. L. L. Trogdon and wlfo went to Hartford Tuesday. Mr. Lconls Smith and wife, after a short wedding tour in the on it hnve returned to tho homo of tho latter's father, where they will re sldo for a while. The diphtheria Bpldomlc, which has been raging in the Taylor school for a ow weeks, has about run Its course. No new cases hnve been reported. ' Charlie Trogdon was quite III for a few days last week, but is able to bo out again. Miss Nora Leo Hoover, of Owens-bor- o, who hjis been at the bedside of her sister, Miss Lula Hoover, of this place, for tho past two weeks, re' turned homo Monday. Mr. T. C Park and wlfo and Mr. Herbert Park visited Mrs. 'Park's relatives in Grayson county, last week-end. Department For this week we have some late models at reduced prices. Remember, that when you visit this department, you will have a large assortment to select from, comprising all the new weaves and shades, at prices from : Tf $18.00 to $65;oo s-- Trade with your home merchant, and thereby save money on your ready-to-wear garments. intornstod. , call and see us.. - , j I ana see. J24xzz&sa The Hartford FRIDAY . I Republican OCTOBER Ul) Mr. Clyde Park, son of 'Mr. Herbert Park, returned home from Detroit, Michigan, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McCann(- - of Evnnsville. arrived the latter part of last week, to be tho guests of rela tives here for a few days. warn Mr. Clydo Funk is moving his saw mill from Taffy to Bell's Run. . Miss Cova Kirk, .of Taffy, is able Mr. i. w Hodges, of Beaver Dam. to be out again, after being confinwas hoi o Tuesday, on business. ed to her room for a few days, with o sprained ankle. All kinds of fresh Fruits and Can- Mrs. Hardin Hoover has been quite dies at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. ill for twp weeks, of fover. it'ititfswl O-- Beaver Dam Coal Company Incorporated. Taylor Mines and McHenry STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluke.) Since Mrs. Tichenor has made 'Let Muniingwear Union Suit You ) PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. John Logsdoa, of Roslno, was in town Tuesday. ''$ -- A 4. i Several around here have been at' ) " fice door. tending the meeting at Hickory. Mr.' Q. A. Ralph, who has been Mr, Oda Haycraft will move to his I confined several woeks with typhoid, farm at Prentiss soon. A Bat Nail has been as scattering Mrs. Ida Kelly, of Fordsvillo, was j9 mniclns good improvement, Misses Connie and Mona Kitchens around this office during the past a visitor ut this office Tuesday. were guests of their cousins. Nova tvo or three weeks, as hen's teeth, 1.1. .nnn tuub onmo ww ..w Mr. James Gillespie was tho guc3t and Ova, Leach, last Saturday and WI11UJ1u lucauo .tint hw..w nnft plan lma Barrel of fresh Sour Kraut fit Sunday of his sister) Mrs. D. B. Han- Sunday. our sympathy. TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. cock and Mr. Hancock, of Leltchfield. Mis Velma Leach, little 'lauijhter of AJr .lal.u Leach who has t;,phold. . Ernest Wrkhead had Roll Riley do Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Bishop rpturn- - is better. Mr. Bob Wilson, of Olaton, was in a bit of work for him a few days ago Owonsbdro, from Hartford yesterday, on business. ed Wednesday MJss Bessie Loach spenfSaturday and when Riley presented his bill whero they had been spondlng a few night with Miss Paulino Felix Birk, In an obliging sort of air, told Betting on tho election In New days. Mr. Ezra Crowder leaves Saturday Rol that he would give him credit York, Is 7 to 1 In favor of Harding. night for Texas, whero ho is seeking by thQ. amount on a coffin which he . "" Mrs! Electra Robinson and Mrs. employment In the .til fields would need, not later In life, but af We pay cash every day for eggs and Cordelia Petty, of Narrows, werto Mrs. Sou Taylor, who has been In ter death! W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. guests of relatives and frionds-ife- re Owensboo several days, having an week-enoperation '.erformed rft her eyes, has - last heovo, but If This Is no cold-watWo havo Rye, Red Top and Timoroturned liome. the eood Baptist Bretheren could -- ' thy Seed. Mrs. O. T. O'Bannon, of Guthrie, have found It convenient to walled ACTON BROS. CANADIANS PROTEST arrived here Monday, to visit frionds until the election was plum over to U. 8. ARMED VESSEL start , and relatives, hero and other places their meeting the field In which who J. ""."- - has bum ', yr. 111. V. rni.,, few days is been .vwnnl " endeavor would to operate w"""w' quite for the past A protest was made to tho Cana have nrobably been wider, deeper and to bo up. Mr. A. E. Ellis, who has been vis- - dian government by tho Kingston, longer, with" more work to tho square Iflng frionds and relatives hero' and Ontario branch of tho Army and Na yard of surfacfl. vnii SALE 20 Colonies Italian at Sturgla for somo time left Wednos-fla- y vy Veterans that the U. S. coast guard standard hives. Bees In cutter Chilicothe, in prohibition for Washington, D. C. ECK RtAL. Our wife has i;iovn Into a right , 14tf violating tho treaty between smart Dolltlclaness. or whatever It is. Mr. G. B. Likens, in Government tho United States and Great Britain to Messrs. R. B. Martin and Chester ...iriM Wnulilnirtnn. T). CI.,. arrived- by cruising the St. Lawrence river you call 'em when women tako i or Cropwell, were in town outflow, . th pain. WB uuve jeuwivu u.v. Wilson, of here Monday, to visit relatives and with mounted guns,. W, E. Reynolds, ...1. i.ni. tn innmn kml men. wash ,'Tuesday. commandant of tho coast guard ser UBUlll uin uu.. bo present at tho election. and dry dlshe.s, dress chickens and a ivico, denied that tho vessel carried ' l Mr J. T. Wedding, of Sulphur whole lot of such things. Yes, some- Attending sjUr. an(1 Mrs'' M L- - Heavrln re- armamont that would violate tho pro. rr..ao.1av thlnc else has happened since July a springs, was turned vesterdav from Owensboro and visions of tho treaty. Tho treaty is year hence back the 'tother way. . T UUOIDCDO. lO (Hawesvllle, where thoy had been vis- - Intended to prevent either country Things most sartlnly do be changing from maintaining armed vessels In nnd thero has been a lot of new ideas ? A ntce line of fresh Oysters, counts, Ring relatives since Sunday. the- border waters, but it permits and things, even long since heck was selects and standards at Capt. Allison J. Barnett, of the boats to carry small arms for police RESTAURANT, a purp. TAYLOR'S 139th. Inft., Camp Lewis, wash., h03 purposes. .. ... ,t . T.i.i.inr of been assigned to Camp Bonnlng, The wife may do her part of the Mr. and Mrs. w. Georgia, whero ho Is to attend an I'ONl'S CLIENTS GET LEFT , voting If sho wants to tho dickens, nearfgchols, were vislto a at this of nlnte otfcers,r hool can, all of our menus flee Ulle in tqwn Tuesday. . fb.uhtifsii It Is announced by Ithe. auditor for of course she alright, but what I - Jf . ' ,.l Charles Ponzi, know that 'ti,0 federal receivers of " NorthernFLETCHERS say was that I should not Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wilson, of tho Boston "financial w'lzar'd," that meant to f 1 11 In presume to interpose objections. and CloveS Prnmwflll. were host and hostess Wed- - Ponzl can pay less than one dollar sweep, make beds and A fine lit three on the claims of his creditors. wash dishes, ) nesdny to Madam Stork. arket'iANT JKW CRANE. good many other little intle girl was left with the Wilson's, It will be recalled that , this man quite a ... Mr.' crane sum ,m iuu n.nl iiv Mnitnm Stork when she resumed promlserd 50 por cent profits In three significant Jobs like those I will pull ,but, I say months to those Investing" money In with tolerable regularity JJJfl In the world, has been bulU WjounW dealing with "foreign but, If she ever lares, to undertake hfcruslness , department at the I and huntln, there'ts li Ke'llolphla,22ilBbJiUdJnj?yardr--We received some communications oxchange" and the gullible victims pi to do my fishln appearancq In h "pRt rich nulck" mania fell all gorhg to 'be some real, shorenuff weok t0 "".., to M&S J'"n0,MtttrhAdM2 , issue, so were compelled to run over themselves Ui trying taV'lnvest" trouble onCjfthe pike.to And this is aa that effect, notice fromTOMlle.where money. Ponzl's liabilities are be a sort & tholr ' the illo his total aiwets have I somehow don't Just quito,like to your letter Is among them you wl $7,500,000 8ay?lt to her face yet. Mr, Mooro, , to 'only J2,200,000 shrunk v ' ' L , tbree'weetor f I i , d. er Tn nvitlinnivn fwn niitn- mobiles for realestate. Address, Dr. 17tf L. B, DEAN, Hartford, Ky. BALD KNOB NEWS. Worth drag his weeds down and plow 'era under we can see Morris McCracken's new house ffom our of- I I Sv1 . it 'V .,., ..,,, Y W yiMill '..-- ; for-goo- as .... --- '." ? ucre.u" - vi"n,. made union suits popular. 'The proof of this is in th fact that the sale of Munsingwear garments mostly union suits now exceeds 10,000,000 yearly and the demand is growing at the rate1 of a million a year. The reasons remarkably correct fit unusual comfort washability durability. Munsingwear offers you anunusually high quali ty at an unusually low price. No matter what your build, or how hard you are to fit, there's a correct Munsingwear garment for you in aiiy desired style, fabric or weight. f w 1 I TO R & 'T t" 4 . ..., ,- Carson (t Co. Hartford, Kentucky. y Sd,M""' Thorite lst latUr "-so- me - r, on tho lino of Alex Bnmett'B 2000 ncre survey; thfnce south with said lino to two beeches near tho bank ot little Nocrcek nnd East of tho Hawos-vlll- o road; tho corner to Innd bequeathed to W. L. Dalrd's heirs by James Ilainl, dee'd; thenco north wosterly In tho center ot tho Owens- lioro road to n small walnut on tho .cast sldo of said road nnd nenr the foot of a hill; thence N. 68 E. 89 poles to a stone, corner ot lnnd bc- 'qupathed to Jane Stevens by Jnmcs Rntrd; thenco E. 9G poles to a stone; corner on Tiiotnns weuirs line; thence south with said lino to little Nocreek, thence with meanders of said creek to tho beginning, contain (8G) ncres, more or ing Eighty-si- x less, oxcopt about 36 acres sold to H. A.'Balrd leaving 50 acres moro or less. Deed from J. W. Barnett and wlfo to Samuel L. Balrd Deod Dook C, pago 270. Said tracts to be sold separately. The purchaser will bo required to exocuto bonds immediately after salo with security to bo approved by tho Commissioner to have tho forco nnd effect of a Judgment, payable in six and twelve months,, benrlng Interest at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid. A Hen will bo retained on tho land sold to further secure the payment of said bonds. Given under my hand this the 6th day of October, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commr. Ohio Circuit Court. C. M. Crowe, Attorney, I As sure as you area foot high you will like this Camel Turkish and Domestic wAwtiu D I R IE C TORY. REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKonney. Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Stevens. Marshal It. (D cntoqiT cociit. Judgo R. W. Slack, Owonsboto. C. E. Smith, HartConi'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, 1st' JfmMBiM n239S iHirna&uAJi TOIl.f- - jj i FOKUSVILLK. . ( never got such cigarette-contentmeas Camels hand you. Camels quality and expert biend of choice Turkish and choice nt Cameta are aold everywhere in acienttficallyaealed packaem of" 20 cifarettea, or ten pack' age (200ciatellea)in a laa. in'papercovered carton, Wm carton for the home or office aupply or when you travel atrongly recommend thia R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wimton-Salem- ,' Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonet. Hartford. Mdndoy in March 13 dya Clerk Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil, Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard.. days 1st Monday in Julyr-- U Com'th. and Civil. CALENDAR 1J days OFFICIAL SCHOOL 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In Novcmbor 1J days E. S. County Board of Education Com'th. nnd Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTV COU11T. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford Moots first Monday in each month. Route' C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Blankcnship. Dlv. No. 3, Claud Ronfrow, DunClerk W. C. Ghcrirr S. A. Bratcher. dee Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. doff, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. S Otis Stevens, Bcavor D. E. Ward. Tnx Cominlsslonci' Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxloy. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Lindiey, Center-tow- n. Coronci" E. P. Itodgor3. - ' t Y i Domestic Tobaccos make this goodness possible aijd make you prefer this Camel hlendto either Jkindo i'tobacco smokedstraight! is a Camels revelation! Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste They leave no unpleasant aftertaste nor unpleasant mellow-mildne- ss ! ciga-ret- ty , N. C. CASTORIA . m Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S COULDN'T LIE. 31 lasaQayrJ cigaretty odor 1 lullgcMinn, ltllioiiMiess Constipation. Give Camels every Chamberlain's Tablets have restor- DOMESTIC': iTURKISH &puff-for-pu-ff compare with V ed to health and happiness hundreds, BLEND h (ICM1UII who wero afflicted with indigestion, cigarette in the world ! Emiwsnrm If you biliousness and constipation. are troubled In this way give them a trial. You aro certain to bo pleased lands of Fred Johnson for thoy will benefit you. of m COMMISSIONER'S SALE. this sale, and dividing the balance en- North by tho Bros. HASTEK nd Mllligan the proceeds amang the parties inInterest in 130 acre Also a one-ha- lf respective titled thereto as their Ohio Circuit Court. POOH MIKti! in terests may appear, I will offer for tract of land lying and being of Ohio Bar-nett- 's Waudo Crowe, ot ah. Plaintiffs. sale at public outcry to tho highest County, Ky.,"on the waters follows: vs. Notice of Sale. Creek and bounded as and best bidder at the court house Hogan: That's become av Mike Nellio Crowe Truman, et al., Defend- door in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., Bounded on the East by tho lands Rafferty? ants. , Riley; on tho West by the on Monday, November 1st, 1920, (It of Frank Grogan: Tho poor felly mistook By virtue of a Judgment and order being the first day of the regular No- lands ot James HInton; on the North Circuit Court en- vember term of the Ohio County by the lands of John Salmon, and on an auto horn foMhe noon whistle an' of salo ot the Ohio tered In the above styled action at Its Court) at about tne nour 01 one the South by the Livermore and Max- stopped wurrk crossln the strate. September term, 1920, directing mo o'clock p. m., upon a credit ot six and well public road. as Master Commissioner of said I twelve months, tho following dsscrlb-- i The purchaser will be required to court to sell the hereinafter describ ed real estate: execute bonds Immediately after salo purpose ot pay ed real estate for the Beginning at a stone the S. E. with security to be approved by the ing the costs of the above styled ac corner of lot No. 1, known as the Sa Commissioner in equal Installments, .. . . tllfa ...t.l. .hn .ADta nf.....- - rah Maddox land deeded to ner uy lion loguiuer "" " WU01.0 due In six and twelve months, bearing salo and dividing the balance of the 'Rot,ert southard; thence east 3 polo inio.t nt tho rntn of G ner cent per poceeds among tho parties entitled to a stone on the North side of the annum. Said bonds to have the force thereto as their respective interests Hartford and Rockport road and the and effect of a Judgment. A lien win mnv annear. I will offer for sale at N. E. corner of the Dave Shivley's be retained on tho land sold to furthM i, fin V. 13 nnlna with er secure the purchase price. nnhlln niitcrv. to the hiKhest and best bidder at tho Court House door in tho Hartford and Rockport road; Given under my hand this the 9th Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., on Mon- - tll0nce n. 72 E. 18 poles with said day ot October, 1920. day, November 1st, 1920 (It being road. thenco N. 72 E. 28 poles to a OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. tho first day of tho regular Novem- - stono on tne jjorth sldo of said road; J. S. Glenn, J. P. Sandofur, Attys. Jtor term ot the Ohio County Court) at tnenc0 n. 12C poles to the South bank about the hour of one o'clock p. m.,- o tno loujs creek to one beech and r,-J.n:4 .t upon a credit of six months tho fol- sweet gum; thence down said creek MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. estate lying and wltn lts meanderings to a stone, N. B. lowing described real Wonders for Me," RSj boing in Ohio County, Ky., bounded corner 0f i0t No. 1 of Robert South-a- s Ohio Circuit Court. W1 Declares Thia Lady. or parcels aru-- iami; thence S. 102 poles to the follows: Two tracts Petition. A. Balrd, et of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, beginning excepting however from H. vs. Notice of alvOn sale. bounded as follows: "sai boundary of land a small por- - By virtue ot a Judgment and order yJam "I suffered for a lorn? 1st tract: Resinning at a stone in .inn tiirnr sniri liv r. Hnrrlson Mad- time wilh womanly weak- -t SKjji Ohio Circuit Court, enn Osrar Wade on Anril 22. of salo of tho Henderson wnilier s nno, ana corner rlnv at its September, 1920 term, tiess,"says Mrs. J. JKS r. int No. rt; thence west 138 poles 1905, a small portion thereof sold by tered styled action, directing, in Simpson, ot a spruce pru to a hickory, Wm. C. Truman's cor- E. Harrison Maddox to George H. me tho above Commissioner of the as Master St.,AshevilIe,N.C. VI jF ner; thenco with his lino S. 06 poles Bennett on May 28, 190C; and a por Circuit Court, to sell tho hereju finally got to the place M to throo black oaks; tnence s. tion thereof sold by E. Harrison muu-4- 2 Ohio laud for the purpoles to a stono, E. 110 pole3 to u0X t0 Fjora Bratcher, November 25, inafter described co.its of l.his action where it was an effort for inn whlto oaks, corner to lot No. 3; inns, ln.ivlne nnnroxlmatelv thirty pose of paying the rnsi of this sale. yMmmmm me to go. 1 would have .,,!,,!,. ivltVi thn to the beginning. thenco Nbrth acres of said boundary of the land of the pro bearing-dow- n pains in HP Being same land conveyed to H. C. owned and held by said plaintiffs and and dividing tho balance ceeds among tno parues e.iuucu cs- - w my side and back Whitler, et al on defendants. Crowe, by John 11. -- ..i. iViotr resnectivo Interests 00 pecially severe across my tho 3rd day ot March, 1902, which The purchaser will be required to may appear, I will offer for salo at j deed is ot record in deed book No nrnnta hnnrlq Iminnrllntplv flftftr Sale MoR back, and down in my Wsm . uuu r 60, page 173, Ohio County Clerk's of ...ttt. DCUm tIU e - nnlirnVAil lv thai public outcry to me iugnei uui m wyjiiuivu JJ mv bidder at tne couri nouao Willi nnmivllif fice, commissioner, to have the force and , deal of soreness. I was Ohio County, Kentucky, on L$ 2nd tract: Beginning at a stono effect of a Judgment, payable in six Hartford, November 1st 1920, (It beMonday, i 4t. TOn...lDi.l11n nrwl C r!llln2ntn rnnrl gg nervous and easily lip- - ggj and twelve months, bearing interest i NoIll lliu rumoiiuu w.iv. m. uM...t'v v of the regular cornor to tho Wnitier nomesicau at mo raie, 01 o per cent, per annum ing tho first day County tract; thence with a line of same S. from date until paid. A lien will bo vember term of the Ohio of one at about tho hour 10 W. 73 poles to a whlto oak and retained on tho land sold to further Court), p. m., upon a credit of. six TAKE o'clock in ecuro tho payment of said bonds. black oak, corner homestead twelve months tho following delirt.ftlnM'dO linn. Minnnn Wnat in It ... Given under my hand this tho oth and IVUIUUl lt!., v.vmv .. scribed real estate, lying and being Etralirht line 64 poles to a stone, cor- - ,inv nf October. 1920. In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. ner W. C. Truman; thenco N. with as follows: Attorneys. Truman's lino to the road; thonce tm..c. frfint' Tipclnnlne at two with tho Fordsylllo and Gillespie road poplars, white oak and dogwood on to tho beginning, containing 30 acres acre moro or less. This Is a part ot tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the line of A. Barnett's 2000 Stevsurvey and N. W. corner to J. B. old Henderson Winner uaci oi innu ens; thence with the lino of said surwhich was convoyed to J .W. McCar- - . W. Morgan, Plaintiff. vey N. 1 E. 62 poles to two sugar ty by It. Holbrook uommissionor, vs. Notice trees and beech, S. E. corner to the August 13, 1900, and which land was . W. Morgan, Defendant. with a line conveyed to .v.. Crowe, uy J. w. By virtue of a judgment anu order John Lucas tract; thence TUcCarty and wife on Feb. 2nd. 1903, o( , entered in tho above stylad nc- - thereof N. 89 W. 98 to a stone on the Nocreek; thence up whlch deed is of record in deed book t, t he Ju, 1920 tem ot the south bank of "1 heard ot Cardu! and B9, ago 573, Ohio County Clerk s of- - oho c,rcuU Courti dlrccUng mo to said creek with its meanders to a condecided to use H. Woodward; 'c- tho hereinafter described propw- - stone on the line of J. tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I Tho purchaser will bo required to t for the purpose oi ,iaying cortiln thenco with his line S. 89 E. 122 the saw shortly it was bene- execute bond Immediately after salo ,)(iqlleatns made jr) tit. Wlll' of Xsabell poles to a planted stone on acre said surftlitur nw sn I Vent It lin with security to bo aproved by tho Morgan t0.wlt 5475,00 to the line of A. Barnett's 2000 16 to have the force and Ufr jn thla nctlon wltn interest there-effe- vey; thence South with said line and it did wonders for f 183 of a Judgment, payable In six on nt tho rat0 of 6 per ceBt per annum poles to a stone; thence E. me. And since then I Hk3 poles to a planted stone on James inonthB, bearing interest at tho rate from M 7 untn pald( aiB0 t0 have been glad to praise ot 6 per cent per annum from date T- - p Tanncr m7 th0 8Um 0f $242.-iint- il Barbour's lino near to which Is markot a,.t Cardul It is the best paid. A lien will be retained on 00 w,th lnterest thereon aU,'tho rato ed as corner trees, a white oak and tho land sold to further secure tho of G woman's tonic made." May 7f double dogwood; thenco with a line cent por annum poles to a 80 payment of said bond. 1917, until paid, and the costs of this of Barbour S. 9 E. mA Weak women need a Given under my hand, this tho 6th act)on Bnd COBt 0, tn,8 8al0 j wlll of. large poplar and beech on a branch tonic. Thousands and said branch ,day of October. "20. foP for sale at puhjlc outcry to tho of Nocreek; thonce down 8 W. 21 thousands, like Mrs. mfA M L' W. 14 poles, S. S. 34 c' ARTIN' highest and best bidder at tho court west Simpson, have found M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. h0Hg0 door n narttorl. Ky on Mou- - poles to threo beeches on tho to J. nnd laraui 01 oenein taineni. day Nov. 1, 1920, (it being the first bank of the branchwith corner west his line Try Cardul for yourUou- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. day 0f the regular term of tho Ohio B. Stevens; thsnee beginning, containing one hunmo iiuui ui to the seventy-eigvjuuuiy luuui i uuuui ono half and one o'clock p. m., upon a credit ot dred Ohio Circuit Court. except eleven acres six and twelvo months, tho following (178) acres, Annlo E. Hill, et al., Plaintiffs. ALL heretofore sold to H. A. Baird and described real estate: vs. Notlco ot sale. acres sold to other parIn a tract ot about 46 A Interest Ireno Maddox Jones, et al., Defendant. said boundary 121 ties, leaving By virtue of a Judgment and order lund In Ohio County, Ky., containing acres, more orinloss. Deed from D. L. DRUGGISTS wnn .1 A1.ln bliiiuu OI Balu Ol Hie umu nl.Hi.lt rf...t ten- - 90 acres lying on tno waters 01 uar wmi1920, netts Creek and bounded on the East Barnett nnd wife to Samuol L. Baird, dered at Its Soptember term, Oqtober 23rd, 1857, Deod Rook In tho above Biyieu aciion, uiruquug oy ino jumia ui i)miit,au uius., uuu dated pago 43. mo as Commissioner of said court to J n. Mulllcan; on tho South by tho "Q", Second tract: Beginning on the cell tho hereinafter described land for lands of Robert Rowan and Willi TCnst fnrlr nf Nnrrcfik at a stone: tho purposo of paying the cost of the Heflln, on tho West by the lands of thence N. 86 W. 84 poles to a stone rttbovo styled action and the cost of Ed Charlet and John Price; on the test then imz vrv w?rr;a . Dad had had bad luck on his fishing trip and on his way home entered the butcher shop and said to the dealer: "Just stand over there nnd throw me five of the biggest ot those trout!" "Throw 'em? What for?" nskjed the nmnzed dealer. "So I can tell the family I caught 'em. I may bo a poor fisherman, but I'm not a liar." -- i. .m FISCAL COUIIT. County Board of Examiners: E. S Meets first Tuesday In April nnd Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklff and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute Sept. 13th 3. ' Route 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. EXAMINATIONS 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. 4tli District O. W. Bowe, Center-towCommon Schoql Diploma May 14 nnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Oalzo-town-. and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers (Itli District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 28 nnd 29 County Teachers 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. 8th District D. C. Rboudes, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County nnd Examination nt Fordsvlllo, HARTFORD. n. Stnto-Teacher- KB p them J. E. J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Mayor Bean.-Clerk (Whlto). Juno 25 and 26 County nnd Examination at Hartford, Stato-TcachcrStato-Tcachor- any Marshal E. P. Casobler. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. Q. Her. Clerk N. II. Dratcher. Police Judgo S. L. Fulkcrson. Marshal Ed. J. Dratcher. (Colored). Sopt. 17 nnd 18 County nnd Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd State Teachers' Examination (Colored). at Hartford, Every Woman Wauls Mothers use i,. m Suffer? & Snjle Fre. 50c I1 draieiuj, or purtuil by lynuiL Tbi'ilonTcJrtCompDr.DTloc.MiM. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for natal catarrh, core throat and toro eye Economical. Hu eltHoiuiiUfy rlcuiina ! itnraciUI wwrr. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Diieolvecl In water for douche ttopr FrejS ) YerMi Remedy For the Children A Safe Old Fashioned ue (- -) 079 for Worms 4S a 9 S' M IfSMS $ iectrie gffers best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter. Seventy. fiveyeariconlin- uous use la the bet teiti- monial FREY'S YfRUIfUCE can offer you. Keep'a bottle nlwny oh hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy ff JlrnBL T 1 and happy. . I n Succeed when everything else fails. In ncrvou prostration and female weaknesse 'they are the supremo remedy, at thousands have testified. 30calottleatyour drugs? t'or ccnerat itore; or il yo'ur dealer can't upplyyou.aendhianama and 50c in alarapa and we'll end you a boule promptly. L4S. IKEY, Biltktre. Mi. ltfj fil3 mr, I it is the j FOR KIDNiZY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE rJ WILL YOU TAKE OUR WV- tj Women Who Suffer Should Gnd relief from their sufferings by taking tho woman's Tonic and Nervine, which so many wonwn, somo of them right in your neighborhood. When tho household carca and tho worries of everyday life havo dragged you down, mado you unhappy, and thcro is nothing in life but headache, backache and worry, turn to tho right pro" scription, one gotten up by Dr. Pierce fifty years ago, which has helped many thousands of women in this country. It is called Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and can bo had in every drug store in tho land, in tablet or liquid form. tcm-Eeran- GERMINAL REMEDY KjtKStStB. co -- fe2 yfc:-- aWa. A Treafmenl (or WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION (ot that tired, rundown feellnc. A coueht. Dalna in cbcit. nlcht aweatl, lieroor- ibices, weak lunts or coniumptloo. II It dsaa quick-relict CARDUI The Woman's Tonic FORGONE MONTH c not help you It coala you nothing. Jr' I. OHIO MEDICAL CO. Xu?Z m ,'rell er ct O0, ht a j a lm rpbn oh 2 it' 11A , ww . I AV llOr II llf"1lD "I A A I V V T If Jtk TX one-fourt- h H S motherhood I had such miserable health for two years that I could not get around to do my own housework, most of the time I had to keep to my bed. My back ached and my nerves wero in a terrible state. I doctored and took every medicina that was recommended to mo, but it was not until I took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription that I located the right medicine, and it vqry promptly relieved every symptom of feminine trouble, and eventually restored me to perfect health." Mrs. Druzy Meiuuwetuer, No. 8G8 Wilkerson Street. Frankfort, Ky. "After For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. M"" " (i 9mF VClll UoxUsTfU. Don't lay iing caiomet xkeeps yo I'm. DnrtH uy ol GOING nmes. 'taffora nat. win y taking her a box ofiBur, home Children can takirtv--jyswith perfect safety. Every Wttlo guar-antec-d. 50c and in bottle&i None genuine without tho likeness and Bigntv' turo of I K. Grtesby. For Bale I, . TOLLLliUi, -- EftrtfssrA J? by' ; f FARM DEPARTMENT. Corn Yield Holler of tho steel structuro abovo tho founthat gave 100 per cent dation Is 1000 tons nnd It cost $871,-00gernilnatlon but showed Infection by A enncroto counterweight weighing harmful organisms was matched ngalnst corn Hint showed no Infection 314 tons Is carried on the floor of tho In a series of tests carried out by shorter arm of the cantllovcr section. plant specialists of tbo United Statos On tho upper part of tho arm la built a largo twostory houso for tho ma Department of Agriculture it with the Indiana Experiment chinery. In this houso which Is 200 seed gave feet above the dock aro 35 horsepowStation Tho dlscasc-froan Increased yield of 10 to 80 per er motors for operating tho machin ery. There aro also gears, drums, cent above Its competitor. crnno which Isus-c- d Further results of tho test scorned etc., and. a n for handling the opcrntlng to provo that when corn was planted too thickly In hill or drill row It was Tho hugo mnchine is so situated moro susceptllo to dlscaso than when hotter Bpnco was Riven It. In a sim- Hint It can bo used to servo two basins. It was designed ilar test at Moomlngtbn, 111., tbo seed gavo an Increaso of specially to handle bulky, heavy parts 23 per cent over tho other corn, of battleships, lowering thorn aboard 'which was selected for high germi- now ships in the course of construc nation only. At Hoopeston, 111., tho tion and lifting thpm out again when difference, measured in tons, ranged that Is necessary for making repairs. found'decidedly advantafrom 0.01 ton to 1.5 fens In favor of It has been geous to assemble the turrets and soed selected both for high tho arid freedom from dlscaso other heavy parts on tho dock and selection was based on tho thon lower them into place on the Tho When rdpalrs are nbsenco of discoloration In tho ker- drondnaught. cobs as Indicating soundness. necessary it saves a great deal of nels and Dlscaso Is Indicated by brown dis- tlmo and trouble simply to lift these coloration at the butts of tho ears and parts out Instead of taking them apart at tho kernel tips nnd by decay In the and carrying them out piecemeal. Tho ponderous turrets of our bigcobs. J)lsPHMC-l''r- WIDOW OF ROOSEVELT URGES ELECTION OF ro HccmI Seoil corn 0. WARREN G. HARDING In For a Limited Time We Will Give You Statement Declares Country's Vital Need Is Victory for Republican Candidates. BACK OWN o 25 Worth of New Records FIRST COUNTRY. 35-to- Says Opportunity Has Come to Women to "Make Her Influence Mighty in Behalf of Nation." Oyster Pay, N. T. Mrs. Edith Hermit Roosevelt, widow of Colonel Theodore Itoosevelt, Is keen Interest In Dip Republican campaign. She recently gave tc the press tho following statement 'lrglng tho election oi Harding nnd Coolldgo! "The country's vltnl need is the elco tlon of the Republican candidates ship-outflti- FREE PATHE Costs No More Than The Ordinary on PHONOGRAPH! gest ships, with handling rooms attached, can bo handled with comparaIlo.in Growers Cooperate I'rofltnlily tive case. Shipyards In England and In Market lug. In Germany havo powerful cranes for Not wooden shacks, but perma- doing similar nono of them nent structures of stono mark the has a capacityworkoutto this one of equal Mountnlnalr, N. Mex. prosperity of Undo Sam's. No oil has been found, nor yet rich community mineral deposits Tho has simply struck beans! FOR FLETCHER'S Although pinto beans havo been grown In Now Mexico for a good many years, whero tho industry was spas-modI'OHIC GOKS HIGH. and unorganized, it was not until a year or sp ngo that tho possiRnby Hawkeyo Giant, the $10,0Otf1 bility of greater profltjjwas realized. Tho field representative- - of tho Bu- hog, was royally received by a Des reau of Markets,, United States De- Moines hotel. Arriving In a largo partment of Agriculture, Informed automobile the hog entered the hotel the growers something1 of what had on carpets spread especially for tho occasion and was registered by Its by boon accomplished marketing associations turnout tho guardian. Pictures were then taken United States, nnd assisted them In of thq distinguished guest and he was organizing tho Now Mexican Bean conveyed via elevator to tho 10 th Growers' Association, which now em- floor, whero ho spent the night in a corner front room. Giant Is eight braces 14 local associations. conservatively estimat- months ohl and weighs 350 pounds It has been and ho Is a valuable adjunct of the ed that as a result of selling $75,000 of additional profits National Swlno Show. ma growwere earned by tho plnto-bea- n dressing for flesh A valuable Q ers last year, nnd .that they saved sores, rash, nlono thru tho cooperative buy- wounds, burns, scald3, old Is" Ballard's Snow Liniing of bags In carload lots. With a chafed skin, healing and antiseplarger margin of profit for tho ef- ment, it Is both tic. Price 25c, 50c nnd $1.00 per forts exerted by tho producers, tho bpttle.. Sold by Ohio County Drug futuro of the Industry seems assured. Company. ' m Vlnto beans aro nowbelng sold at 25 ' m pounds In car"-locents per hundred LI VI A, ROUTE '2 t lots over quotations on C. II. P. lc There's no string to this offer; no joker in it. $25.00 worth of PATHE or ACTUELLE records; FREE if you buy a PATHE PHONOGRAPH (except the small models 3 and 6, which are not included). No matter if you pay cash or extend the terms on easy payments the $25.00 worth of records will be delivered with the instrument as quickly as you make your selection. Ohildren Cry QASTO R A BEAVER DAM COAL COMPANY (INCORPORATED TAYLOR MINES and McHENRY - MRS. EDITH tdgc. KERMIT ROOSEVELT FLAGS HALF-MAST $7,-50.- ad The rovlval which Is being conduct ed nt Mt. Carmol by Rov. Craig and FITR PRICKS HIGH. Rev. Shlpp, Is progressing nicely. Ono case reported to tho United I Mrs. Robert Whltehouso and Mrs. States Department of Agrlculturo In- Lowls Owen and llttlo daughtor, advancing, dicates how fur prices are of Llvia, spent Saturday with with Increased demand and decreas- tholr aunt Mrs. Walter Blair, who is mlnk-llne- d ing supply. A man bought a suffering with a brokon ankle. overcoat for 500 In 1015 TWo Miss Inico Kirk, of Clear Run,, Is years later ho sold tho mink lining .spending this week with hejr brother, for $1,000 nnd roplaced It with nutria Mr. Alvey Kirk. for $150. Ho woro It two years and Mr. Luther Bates, of Island, is sold tho nutria lining for $250, put- 'spending a few days with her shier, ting In a muskrat lining that cost $55. Mrs. Allle "Wigglnton. In 1D19 ho sold this lining for $300 Mr. Marshal Reggans has sold his and still has tho shell and $845 clear storo to Mr. Carl Bell. ; navies. th, profit. , pullets Into winter quarters With LOCAL- APPLICATIONS, as they the bofero they begin to lay, tho Unit- cannot reach local seat of tho disease. disease, creatly InCatarrh Is a ed States Department of Agriculture fluenced by constitutional conditions, and you an Move - Catarrh Cannot Be Cured order to cure remedy. It Internally and acts quarters before cold weather. See cine Is takenthe mucous surfaces otthru the the blood on that the henhouso Is d'sln'0CtGU aml system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine wus prescribed by one of tho best Physicians that It is tight on threo sides and In this country for years. It "compfor a drat to osed of some of the best tonics known, that there Is combined with some of tho best blood the hens while on their roosts. purifiers. The perfect combination of strike Medis ndVJs.cs. All should bo In wlntor Internal In must take Hall's Catarrh Medi- 4- spot of corn Is prosont thru-oBrown a largo part of tho section east of tho Rocky Mountains. Tho dlsoaso is caused by a minute Damage- may fungous --parasite. amount to 10 por cent, but la lower in most sections. Caroful Hold sanitation, crop rotatlo'n, and seed selection aro reemmended by tho U. S. Department of Agrlculturo as an aid in controlling tho disease corn-growi- ut the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh cine is what produces such wonderful results In catarrhal conditions Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. m . RKKUSU TO ENDORSE LEAGUE q At tho 30th annual reunion of tho United Confederate Veterans hold at Houston, Tex., the leaguo of nations was brought to the fore. Motion was niado to endorse tho administration of President Wilson, express accord with tho league of nations, and de' "I know a man thnt has boon mar- nounce the Republican party. The ried 30 years and ho spends all his motion was tabled on the ground that It dealt with politics and therefore ovohlngs at home." . violated thcpollcles ot the organiza"That's what I call lovo." tion. K. M. Van Zandt, commander, "Oh, no; it's paralysis.' without opposition. was Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S Rf O A S T'OCRANE. A A. GIANT NKW Bald to be the A mighty crane world, has been built largest In the toe tho U. S. navy department at the Philadelphia shipbuilding yard. It tons at has a lifting capacity of 350 tho tower and a point 50 feet from feet. It CO tons at a reach of 190 ou a stands 230 fee thigh and rest foundation, The latter substantial pile weight alono cost $120,000, The total FOUND QUEER AUTO TIRE Although" prohibition has got a fair hold'on the nation by now, there aro occasions when persons "see snakes" where least expected. Mr. Henry noss, of Paris, Ky., nnd his wife were autolng along qulotly when he saw what he thought was an su it omobllo tiro lying In tho road. He stonned to nick It un but whon al- I most upon it the "tire" straightened out and moved oft Into the bushes'. It turned out to be a boa constrictor that had escaped from a near-b- y -- Warren O. Hnrdlng nnd Calvin Cool VICTORY 5IEDA1.S GO BEGGING Only will the full measure ol Americanism In the nest Admlnlstra It is reported that only one In 10 tlon be attained, If the people shall men entitled to victory medals by virdeclnre for the party which holds tru It Is tue of service In the war has applied nationalism us Its high Ideal. not necessary to forget our duty to for tho victory medal. Of the onr neighbor In doing orr duty at men entitled to this bit ot home. ribbon and bronze only about 380,-00- 0 "The time nppeals most strongly to havo received it. "It Is no more the manhood uud the womanhood ol To woman more thun cvei difficult to make out a form for the America. before because to her hns come the per. victory medal,' says Gen. Harris, fec(oil opportunity .to make, her lnfla "than It Is to fill out a money order ence weighty In behalf of the nation. blank. man has only The "This year ns never before, with to apply to the nearest army post or world conditions ns they nre, steadirecruiting officer or thru any partiness nnd stndnchness ot American purAdditional pose nre obligatory If we would flrsl cular patriotic society. back our country to Its stable efforts are bslng made to reach all brins place and then by strong cndeavoi those entitled to these medals. . do all tlia' can be done .'or peace and AH you who havo torpid liver, weak the general welfaro In all lands." digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. The season 13 here REPUBLICANS INSURE and tho air Is full of tho disease germ. ECONOMICAL CONDUCT! The best thing tq do Is to get your liver In good condition and purify Washington. Not ono man In ten the stomach and bowels. HEROINE thousand realizes tho enormous ex is tho right romedy, it answers the penses run up by the present Govern purpose completely. Price 60c. Sold ment The, disbursements ure roughlj by Ohio County Drug Co. m $15,000,000 a day, more than a yeai f tho war. In 1914 the peopli after NO MINISTER TO WASHINGTON expostulated because the dally dl bursoments by the Treasury had As a result of tho recent visit to reached $2,000,000. How gladly would the people groaning under the Impo- Canada of Sir Auckland Geddes, the sitions of profiteers and the burden ol British ambassador to the United taxes welcome a return to those hal- States, It was decided that Canada Is cyon days I Congress and the new Ad a minister at Washington. ministration will have to deal wltli not to have was tho reduction of Government expendl One reason for the decision, It reported, was that other British col tures. The same party that has swelled onies had already expressed a desire them returned to power will never ro for similar representation. It was duce them, because It claims the gov feared that Inefficiency might result ernment la. being economically admin from such plural representation, and Istered. The Republican party will that tho colonies delight In reducing these enlarged ex It was decided should continue to be represented by penses for clerk hire, and tho Insa tlable bureaus that have been built up the British ambassador as In the past. mm Into money spending machines. Bj surgeons agreo that In cases ot holding in their hands all lines of expenditures the. new Congress and new Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the Executive working together will cut First Treatment is most important. down excessive Items and ellmlnaU When an efficient antiseptic is appliothers to an aggregate of hundred! ed promptly, there Is no danger of ot millions ot dollars. Infection and tho wuond begins to hoal at onco. For use on man or NATION DEMANDS Antisep-tl- o THOROUGH CHANGE beast, Borozono is tho Ideal and Healing Agent. Buy It now ono were re- nnd be ready for an emergency. Price Chicago, Oct. quired to name a slnglo factor which '25c, 50c, ?1.00 and ?1 50. Sold by m Is doing more thun any other to work Ohio County Drug Co. toward Republican success In November, he would probably have to say : PAYING I'OIt ITS Determination of the public to havo A businesslike man stepped Into a a change and to get away from butcher's shop. "A ploce ot beet for Reports from all quarters tell of thli roasting!" ho ordered, briskly. feeling, at once a desire for a change Tho moat, mostly bone, was thrown and a determination to bring It about on the scales: at tho polls November 2. "Look hero!" remonstrated the Whether It be from the central west, man. "You're giving mo a big piece the far west, the east or the south, the ot bono. reports tell of this seeking for "Oh. no, I ain't," said the butcher, change. The desire for a change Ii born ot dissatisfaction, dislike and rtla blandly. "Yo're payln' for It!" s cust felt by the voters toward the Wll MOUNTAIN ON MOVH son administration and the things it has done and left undone. Ur. Cox is looked on. as a man who In tho Sandllug Aps of Upper If he were elected would follow the Austria the mountain Burface la track of Mr, Wilson. In fact, he has slowly moving Into tho Lolsllug valdeclared himself la "complete accord" ley. Huts, farms and whole hamlets with Mr. Wilson. The public, by all accounts, Is not have been destroyed or bodily movlooking for a man who 'will go along ed to new locations, while the landwit Mr. Wilson or tat WUioa pollelM. slides are accompanied with tremendous notsM. NOV. 14 President Wilson has Issued a proclamation calling for flying flags at half-maat all forts and nural stations and on all public buildings thru-o- ut the land on Armistice day, which has been designated for Sunday, Nov. 14, this year. The armistice was st signed on November 11, 1918, but as it Is largely tho churches that will celebrate the signing o'f the armistice with memorial services it was thought best to set aside Sunday as the most convenient day. Tho president predicts that at some future time congress will by law set aside a day for the observance of this anniversary. A mjIHC KEEPING WELL MEANS A CONSTANT FIGHT AGAINST CATARRH u Many diseases may be described a catarrhal condition. Coughs, cold, nasal catarrh, itonueh and bowel disorders are just a few of the very common ills dua to A , catarrh. Fight It! Fight catarrh with a remedy ot assured merit, a remedy which has a reputation for usefulness extending over half a century Tablets or Liquid PERUNA mold DR. HARTMAN'S. Kvrywher gT lNctCpntcntel5luMDra CASTOaiA For Infants and Children. f!TXlll.Ti.L4 ailllVIVJK Mothers Know That ski ".M.GOHOI.-3rBUULN- T. Genuine Castoria Always tinthcStcchsandDqtfcjs Bears the T,nwlmmoun6Di$csti0Bj Signature ChccrfulncssandRcstCofltji similatinUicFoedbyRcguU-J .If neither Opium. siorpuu;- -j llinerol. NoTruvicoy &erfMDcSiXWW& of - M L mM m T. rJML m -- JtocUlhidt Senna xzzz - In f M rijj i"i ,j FTi ;?.:. ' r nisei iitC ""VJ-StEEP rKolUniuiercftwnjnlrfaocy- isa" (..(nful Remedy fbr M Use For Over - racSJroUeSijoatareoE swsSS?6 NEW HBg Exact Copy of 'VVSPP Thirty Years CASTORIA TNt CtNTftWII OOMMNY. IIW TO ITT. v. T a. 9Uur. .. 1 Jr 'ifclTnir weL - -v Xr" was chosen to put down n rovolutlon In Italy. You know why! France ON LEAGUE ISSUE got tho Job of putting down n revolution in Spain. ,YoU know that 01 vm Clcnr Cut President Monroo Issued the Monroo JMfca Doctrine becsfhso of this Doctrlnfc of Jttwtson IVr Opposition To Intervention. .Ih'inoi'riit's Tlchct. I am not trying to make tho point that tho Loaguo would fall- for the TO AVOMBN VOTERS roason that the Holy Alllanco you ware voting In a local olec-tSo- samo it did but I am objecting to the I should nsk you to vote for tho CLAUSE Iti ARTICLE XI WHICH Jn this National election I "MAKES 31AN. DOOR HACK EVERY party Which ask you to vdto for tho SQUABBLE IN EUROPE OR ASIA 3.1 amis tor the things la which you'bo-liev"DIRECTLY CONCERN" THE UNIT In tho present presidential ED STATE'S. rmpalgn .tho platforms are as folI don't I am NOT for Isolation. lows: want the United States to sit back and Conservative, NationJrtepwbllcnry let other nations fight for tho peace alism, 'of tho world. Wo should havo got-Ite- n Democrat 'Extromo Progressive, Into this war before wo did. But I Internationalism, Pro League. I want' In the f uturj to do as wo have SI your "heart Is big enough to tako idono In tho past, go In If WE say so, Sn ALL the nations of the world, 'and stay out If WE say so. I admit has those whos9 history that wo get some pretty biased, Inca xnennl nothing hut quurroling, war, pable men in Congess sometimes, but pieces of jMrrod-shoover small I would rather risk men from Inborderlines, changSTxreBil, diana, Illinois, Ohio, New York, ing ruling houses, changing religion; Ky., etc., than men from aaaUnnsAhat have been born and bred China, Japan, Italy, tho Brit an warfare; nations whose Ideas and ish Empiro etc. JdKdawnd every Instinct are so widLet's go back to Article I which ely different from ours that wo find states that any member may after it impossible to understand their two years notice, withdraw from the nations who believe in secret 'Loague, "provided that all its In ifcrejdlc, alliances, etc., then vote the ternational obligations and all its SJeraocrallc ticket. Why, I firmly obligations under Its Covenant shall Relieve that the wonderful North have been fulfilled at the time of its .American Continent was DIVINELY withdrawal." INTENDED for people of Europe and WHO decides whether or not our .AsJa who were TIRED and WORN obligations have been fulfilled? The wilbTiId as they had to live it in the Council.' Dp you want the COUNCIL 13 world, and who could see a chanco to dedlde when WE havo dono our for a. "NEW experiment In "Living duty to the world? Do zxxxinr, men" In this new world. we should yox want to AMERICANIZE AMERI-- " Suppose Japan over get into trou the "Yellow ble with 'CJL? Or do you want to EUROPE-xlMIZ- K Peril" question (and that is proba.AMERICA? to bo taken ffprsoDally I "know vory little about ble). The case moved Mr.' Cox and before the Council. Both we and Jawither Mr. Ha'rdlng or pan, being parties' to the dispute, tt&att isn"WorryJng me a good deal. would lose our votes. Do you want 32&tl DQTcnow something about the them, the other nations, to decide 31153037 jot nations, and I know that immigration problems for us? .ilrusrJca has perhaps today reached our If we accept the League, wo must Sh greatest crisis in her life. We accept THE LEAGUE the league suss: iAt a nation of one people, one accepted. one race, one religion, one that other nations have SauRaase, if the League isn't Personalty, is ajc&il. Today our biggest probl peoples. Our war with strong enough Jo MAKE us do things, tvar inmjy so as the SJucamny has taught us that. If we it is worthless as much If it IS Articles of Confederation. n. any other xet&ntjo a conflict with strong enough to FORCE us to do "w huve a portion of that things, I don't want it for I don't Trlthin our boundary 'lines. Wo want to be forced by vote of other nrOJTT watch our step. We" can't for Congress "with all Tsraich our step and Join the League nations. I'm its faults." Our president is a great ssb Wftor nations have accepted it. has done many great man 'ran liavo heard of ARTICLE X things,and hethe GREATEST THING but asXil you are tired of R. Then take HE HAS EVER DONE FOR THIS jirtawio XI which says, in part. PROVING' TO war, or throat of war wheth- -' COUNTRY WAS HIS "Anr THE WORLD THAT ONE MAN CAN ci xiurndi.Mely affecting any of the RUN THINGS IN THE U. S A 35cK,tera of the League or not, Is NOT Are we going to revise tho ConstiSTby declared a matter of concern tution 'of the United States (the extat. tk1 whole Loague, and the League r;Ai any action tint may be periment that Europe has waited for years to see how long it would last) ? We and effectual to 'Zscm. Ara we going to revise that Constitu :Ti? peace of nations." tlon to the extent of replacing the 3i mini's r.lni03t exactly like the aovoVeignty of Congress' with' the Mci . i"to of 1S15. Tho Holy sovereignty of "The Council" of the . ,M!ij Initiated by 1, ol ii," a. the white angel, as op- -' ,"As.sembly?" DAISY D. WEDDING-Indianapolis- , n. Nipiileon, the black fjngel. Ind. Alij-i.r few arms and' less jV ; zamr-yj dvocated an alliance based NOTICE "h i I jn BroiheNiood. Prussia .nil Xuwi.'i.i joined, and any other To Tax-Payer- s. imiio might join when they- became MjffleieuUy holy, I suppose. These I, or one of my deputies will be at Hatty Allies accepted Matternick's the following place3 on tho follow'"doctrine of Intervention," which ing dates, for tho purpose of collectslated In substance, that 'any revolu-to- ing taxes: ANYWHERE "directly concern-j- T Simlnons, Saturda'y, Oct. 30. the European Congress. Austria Render, Saturday, Oct. 30. OHIO COUNTY LADY UnVj-WciMln- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I., D. Clairo.) h The old rilieot looked really decent last week, without either "Bends" or- "Stresks." fills'-tastefu- n, Is so l Nowapapor notorioty to some peoplo that they will oven go to the extreme of marrying to get rid of it. I n. I Antl-Lengu- o. Let others do as they inayt I nin not going to taunt tho Domocrats with tho re'dlculous showing they are going to mako at tho polls Tuosday. Sometimes a thing can get too bad to joko about. PRICES To lower levels in accordance with present market conditions have been accomplished at this store. x ag I After the election tho' Domocrats will charge their disaster up to Wilson, and I guess most folks are' ready to agree they will bo right about It. a, . Czecho-Slo-vakl- a, mo-jtlrc- s; I am that stupid that I am always doing the rcdlculous. Starting to my boarding house for breakfnst a tew mornings ago, I stopped at tho wrong' house and did not discover tho dlK forence until I got back to tho dining room. But I did worse than that I have two Friday. tickets for the big carnival hero this week and Intended to run an ad in my paper for an old maid or a widow to hqld out with mo the whole week at the show, and clear and clean fprgot it till after the paper was out. Our Democratjc friends are complaining they can not raise money to finance their campaign, but who in tho dickens wants four years more like the past eight, badly enough to pay good money for it. According to Cox, the country wants a change thirty million dollars worth. Harding may have changed ' his stand on the League of Nation seventeen times, but no American mother will charge him with favoring sending her son to the, ends of the earth to fight for tho territorial integrity or the political Independence of Turkey or the Russian Reds. That old familiar shout, "That Great Man in the White V"s$" is no longer seen In tho press or heard from the stu'np. And again is Il lustrated the Ihsv.urlty of human greatness. , The year 1920 will long be remembered as theyear of alio big sorghum crop and the passing of '.Vilsipi and Beckham. - COTTON GOODS bought to sell for 35c per yard is now selling for 20c and 25c per yard. COTTON GOODS bought to sell for 50c per yard is now selling for 35c and 40c , per yard. OUR TOP PRICE in Men's Suits last season was $75.00. OUR TOP PRICE this season is .around $60.00. . y . na-3wna-fij- it a reducLower levels all along the line where market conditions-warrantion has been made. It has always been the policy of this store to consider our interest and our customer's on an equal basis. The quality and the price is always on a par here. And we were never . better prepared to take the best of care of our customers. t i safe-Koa- jii Regardless of- - the season, there will be an ' enormous irep of new postniastors nixt" vuer. 9 OUR NEW YORK CONNECTION Enables you to see the latest styles each month as they are brought out in our department. No metropolitan center shows better styles than we, and our prices, quality considered, are veiy much less. ready-to-wear & - Now for tho lineup for the p!e counter, and tae Wilson administrations have otacked the pies skv n'uh. Havo you noticed any roosters ""OpM ui ready for the celob-:ti3- ii ot 'he Cos victory Tuesday nigh' ' Those women who' will 'vote for Beckham after he voted to provent' them having the privilege ot voting will offer the world a fine example of doing good for evil. ' -- ! yje' , -- u OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is a complete embodiment of everything that is newest and best in Suits and Overcoats. , .a 4 ', . OUR 'SHOES t ai LIGHT AXD WATER NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Kentucky Light and powcr.Company. Incorporated, ablo to operate, under the burden of high taxes and high prices and that on tho 31st day of December, 1920, it will discontinue furnishing both light and water, and will dismantle Its plant, and the corporation will be dissolved. M. L. HEAVRIN, President. ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. Soptember 25, 1920. 13tf is-n- VOTE FOR THE NON-PARTISA- . For men, women and children are made by some of the best manufacturers in the country. SHOES FOR WORK, SHOES FOR SCHOOL, SHOES FOR will meet all your DRESS. Our Shoe Department is a veritable shoe store-thashoe, needs. N UNDERWEAR For every member of the family in all weights, styles and WEAR 'the best underwear to be had. sizes.- Buy MUNS-IN- G ? i? L llvALl DENTAL NOTICE, Now is the time to havo your Den-work attended to. Winter Is coming with rain and snow which makes old teoth ache and abscess. Abscessed Teeth or "Gutn Boils" aro dangerous. You are continually swallowing Each this deadly poisoned pus. nouthful of food carriesthls Infection into tho stomach. It Lowers vitality which invites cancer of tha mouth, throat and stomach, Dlph-thdrl- a, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Influonza, Typhoid, Brlghts Dlsoasej Uieumatism, Anoomla and even death frequently results from continually swallowing pus. A mouth containing decayed teeth s a poisonous laboratory, which sonds a host of bacteria into tho elementary tract. Thoy multiply rapidly thus gain access to the lymphatic system and are carried to the distant organs. Soft spongy and bleeding gums give warning ot approaching abscesses. Lady Attendent. Yours respectfully, DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON. Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky. a, m closss i Oflco opens-8:3p. m., promptly.. , ,r, ,,,;,.. al . WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY The best Stockings in the country, in silk, lisles and cottons. Buy Pony Stockings for the children. If you buy one pair you are a' Wayne Knit customer forever afterwards. " Election November 2, 1920. 0. T. BURDETT, Reynolds HENRY CARTER, Narrows . R. CARSON, Hartford R. 3 DR. OSCAR ALLEN, Cromwell i 0. T. KITTINGER, Equality iEftjKiblican. ' That's the kind of merchandise we sell, that makes customers and keeps them. The good service you get is remembered a longtime after the price is forgotten. Everybody is interested in getting the best merchandise they can get for the least money. Seeing is believing and we are ready to show you. -- d20iio County, tax-payer- s, The above named citizens are placed before the voters Ky., by the teachers, both Democrat and A vote for the above school ticket is a vote jorftbe " the children and the teachers. C. K. CARSONf , Pres. Ohio Co. Teachers' Federation. MRS. BERDIE MIDKIFF, ' e?yaantlVTrea8. Ohio Co. Teachers' Federation. E. P. Bartves v (EL Bro, Beaver Dam, Ky. J? V