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REGULATION URGED BY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920. mum Official Came Dangerously Near To Compounding" Felony Utility Commissioners Condemn Public Ownership At Convention. Washfngton, Nov. 9. Public ownIndianapolis, Ind., Nov. 8 Attorership, and operation of rallroads'haa- ney General Palmer's order llmlt- failed wherever It has been proporljr Jng tho government's ovldenco to bo tested, declared a committee report used In tho soft coal conspiracy cases made today to the thirty-secon- d an 3galnst 120 orterators and miners In nual convention of tho National As Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Western sociation of Railway and Utilities-- ' Pennsylvania, wero criticized by Fed-crCommissioners in session here. Tho United Judge Andorson In the question of private ownership with, States District Court hero todny as out regulation should no longer bo being "strangely close to tho comconsidered by Intelligent investigators pounding n felony," and also "danas an open question, the leport asgerously near contempt of court." sorted. It added that private owner Trial of the cases was rcheduled to ship and operation with public regu begin today but government counsel lation was tho "only just and honest eald It was not ready to proceed. Bemanner of conducting tho public utll- -' fore granting tho continuance asked Ity business of this country." by tho government counsel, Judgo P. J. Lucey, of Illinois, presented, Anderson undertook an Investigation tho report as chairman of the com reof tho attorney genernl's orders mittee. Dealing with cost of railgarding tho cases, ending vlth his way operation now and before tho criticism of Mr. Palmer's conduct. war, it said: Tho court sot next Jnnunry 10 as "It seems remarkable that any sana tho date for calling tho trials again, man with a knowledge of the inereasa ' announcing that tho meantime "will in all costs, of living should think or .give us tlmo to get our bearings and expect that utility corporations might nt least find out whether wo are to be an exception to the general rulo. govern by law or by person." Onco The operation of theso general laws " before tho Judgo had declared-tha- t rfig 2fean ''vJiiSKiiS-'has again produced the political agi5CHSRVEE STUDIOS b tOMOWSION Mr. Palmer's attitude In tho cases was tator who has sought and Is seoklng: that of personal government, not gov- Elected to the highest positions within the gift of the people by the most tremendous popular vote ever recorded in to make political capital out of presernment by law." the Nation's histoiy. In all probability the popular vote going to Harding and Coolidge will not be equaled in sev- - ent necessities." Tho attorney general was not presField Opposes Report. ent at tho Investigation, but C. D. eral years to come. Xr Tho 'convention ordered tho ro- t Amos, former chief assistant to Mr. port printed without other action as to render Its offices use- - 'on ,t after Commissioner Palmer, explained that Mr. Palmer's j moan only tho elimination of Edward: ENORMOUS WASTE ffJNO, GILLIAM WILL less for the purpose of tho division of p,eldi ot MksourI had opposed' its orders had been misunderstood by that was tho basis of the contempt assignment and allocation." government counsel, who, testifying' proceedings and pointed out that adoption, saying he believed in pub- -' GF FUNDS CHARGED Mr. Richardson, op of ih.-- . invest!-!H- o CONTEST ELECTION nt tho Investigation, said tho orders these 'proceedings wero begun at n ownorshIp; gators, was formerly connected with da to later than that covered by the possibly nullified tho prosecution. m. Lucey told tho convention that the Departnieu: if Investigation. Mr. the sltuatjon Jn iUlnoi3 regarding-Fishnlloged consplraoy. Mr. Ames also Nearly I" Contempt. if' was it one time connected tho ubHc utnity commission wo'uld.-ulJudge Andorson's ststomont re- - 'said that th attorney geriornl has tho Validity Of R. Y. Evidence Of Graft Found In tho Federal Trade CosSuniaslon. K.boap watchjnE to seo wnat comes gardlhg Mr. Palmor's conduct carao, right to elect whether tho govern-aft- Questions Purchases By ShipHe states, In presmuiU ihe report out of lt. hearing most of the testimony, nient would prosecute its cases a3 Thomas' Majority In ho The governor-olec- t, that it was '.'designed to be construe- tho I'uurt loading up to his assertion , civil or crlmlnnl matters, and that ping Board. had won on a platform 0j munl-tivThird. and helpful to the Shipping !clpal ownersl,ip and homo rulo but with a 'series of questions whother the having chosen a civil proceeding In "Jplorm-gonoral had authority to ( tho strike Mr. r<ner did not bJllovo uoara.ratner man uosiruciivoiy cri- had run 400,000 votes behind Senator criminally after hav- it fair tical." ugreo uot to use cortain ovldenco. Harding because- - "there a'ro ..enough The congressional election iu the ,, WashIngton,Tov. 10 Charges that obtained tho minors' compllanca ','It Is strangely near to tho com-,in- g honost Republicans In1 Illinois, who Third Kentucky District will be con- -' the' activities of tho Skipping Board) $4,000 VERDICT 'IX tho court ordor. Mr. Ames pounding of a felony," said JudgO th didn't'belfovo'in the program ofcon-fiscati- on AUTO CRASH AFFIRMED tested by John H. Gilliam, of Scotts'4 have resulted In an enormous waste in this coauoctlon. "I am not "so said tho departmont'had of 'private property." siying It is. ;am tayjng It Is strange- - gd .whojehoartedjy in tho precaution I'viHo, Republican" candidate, who :orf ,of Government funds are contained, Utilisation of state rogulatory'com- -' ' A verdict of agalnstiE. P. missions as regional fcdernl commisljfeear it." and. had 'notintpr,eroKd inr,n way the face o't.tko.avnllablo rettpnai'was) hi a report submitted to the liouse) , wjwi mu ituuu ui uio bv.s.uutuui.o 'ueisaicu uj 11. 1. xuunius, uemuviuiiu Committee on Shipping Board by two- Barnes and Bro., Beaver Dam, for sions was proposed by FederarJudgi Iplliuiuny Uie junfio umluhqh i of special council In the present con candidate- for by 531 former omployos of the boai-d- , A. Msj the (loath ot Miss May Enstlu, who Goorgo elements constituting contempt ' ' votes. This decision was roached at Fisher and J, F. Richardson, who for was killed in an automobile col'.i- - see' no''"W. 'Anderson, of Boston! "V ccmrt. hU purpose being, ho said, to splracy cases. solution until our railroads-ar"lo how dangerously near this gen.-- j Testimony alia was given during a conforonce of Republican loaders mord than a year have conducted ariLsion lh August, 1918, Was- affirmed both unified and federalized," ho' . W by tho Court! of Appeals Tuesday in'.i;, investigation for tho committee. , in Louisville, last night. fhr w.i.un tletuan has got himself to a contempt tho hearing that no agroemont to The report, released for publlcaan oplnon by Judge Simpson. It tho government's ovldenco had Mr. Gilliam was in Loulsvillo yescourt." transportation ' act went, farther to- old daugli- -' war(1 federalization 'than had KTho arm of this court Is long,'" ,boen mado In Judge Anderson's prcs- - terday, but during his visit to Ro- - tlon today by tho committee, of wMchj ( Misaastin, tho Walsh, Republican.;,. 0f n. B. Eastin, ot Letcher Coun- - genQrariy recognized In thin! onco. In this connection tho judgo publican state headquarters did not continued Judgo Anderson is chairman., .states has bnknownc. presented f statements attributed Ao aiscussi.thopolltlcal situation insofar jpauichUBQUB. n company with Mr. and Mrs j Rallroads. JudgesAndorson asserted connection, that the investigators found ovldenco Doris Martin, wero passing the Berry '..shoula bo administered as a' cc--' reach fa"rtlie'r'lhan'';Wa8h'ftigtbnV I"Mr. Palmor' saylngliuch undertaking "as U concerned h'ls race. There havo been persistent rumors of graft in the purchase of supplies n,al farm 011 tho Hartford and Bea- - Lrdlnnted, national unit.' Tho trans- -' am not suggesting what may or may had been mado last Docember. uuvU.mumv-yw- n la tho at- Declines Statement, coming out of tho Third District for lor reiKuring Pnlmer ..,,- - - ac , ..ri added, . ,v ver Dam plKe, when tlieir maenmo not be done. Mr. Palmer hrovided for 'v ships, of corruption on tho part ot amJ a truck bolonglng.to E. P. Barnes i limited number of systems, "thus,t torney general, and thoro Is a cer- - Washington, Nov. S. Attorney some days to the effect a tain nmount of consideration that I Gonornl Palmer declined tonight to friends had evidence upon which to officials and employes of the Ship- - & rjro collided. bowing to the old fetish of competiam bound to pay to his official post- - commont on a statement of Federal base a .contest and that it wns their ping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Iri service a worship that will jr,S UIRTIID.tV DIXNER tlon it I do "not pay It, to him, him - 'judge Anderson at Indianapolis today In tout fan to bring about such a move tlon, and of the use of political and bo found as empty and profitless In j with respect to the court's lnjulry in- - if It was possible. other Influence in tho negotiating of fi0jf." the future as It has' been wasteful and' Ono of tho claims, mado Is that in contracts for construction and alloca- Little Miss Lois Jane Riley was confusing In the past." After making these remarks Judge to the attorney general's connection "" , precinct in Todd tlon of vessels. hostess at a gay party, given in honor Anderson called on District Attorney with tho soft coal conspiracy cases. ono Republican Results A1-- Appalling. Tho Investigators grouped their ob- - 0f her 6th birthday on Wednesday Van Nuys to pYoduco messages ex - (,Department of Justice officials said County 117 ballots, which had be" "The results snCe March 1, 1920," changed with tho Department of Jus - It, had been expected that C. B. Ames, stamped under tho Log Cabin by sorva' ions under seven general heads, afternoon, Novomber 3rd. Tho Ht- - he said, "are hardly less than appall-n- g. of I find no sign of economy, hardtke about reopening the conspiracy who went to Indianapolis as tho de- - many Voters, later had been thrown representing various phasesThey the tie faika gathered at the Rlloy home de- representative, 'would out ns "mutilated." These ballots, Shipping Board's activities. vlow of reporting fur partment's at about 3:30, wherq an hour was ly a sign of efficiency. But the expericases, with tho ther grand Jury Indictmonts, increas "read Into tho court record' nil of tho It Is alleged, not only bore tho stamp clarcd that Improperly drawn con- spent in playing games, after which ment should be tried fairly and with, "Whether under the Cabin as When they were tracts had cost tho Government a tbey were taken to tho dining room entire good faith. The optimists aro Ono Instructions in question." of defendants. flic tho list message bearing tho name of Assist-- ! tho court had boon advised offtthis deposited. In the ballot box, but al- large sum; that some divisions of whore the great birthday cake With entitled to their day. Congress has so ef- - jts SX little candles, and huge plates determined. nnt Attorney General Mitchell said plan was unknown at tho department, so bore 'marks in various colored the board had failed to flclently and that others had failed 0f jello with cherries and whipped tho "attornoy gonoral has Instructed but pending developments In tho con- Inks undor other party emblems.. "The day of any considerable conIt is furthor charged by Gilliam's completely to function prpperjy. cream delightfully ended tho after- - trol over rates by the states Is nearlyr mo to ronuest that before seoklng In- -, trovorsy officials wero silent, Tho statement was reiterated at friends that In one precinct In Logan The report charged that payrolls oon for thorn all. dlctments you should consult with it not quite passed. What is needod; m depart tho attornoy.,general's office that the County tho Democratic majority on had boon padded by some of the and lay tho facts before. .this now that the railroads aro recogniz. T,I... uy ' ment." Interpreting this message, ,oniy instructions Bem I... .ur, tho face of tho retifrns Is greater than .firms which repaired Government- STEWART L.EACII. ed as being essentially national in nawas were those contained In a letter to the total voto of both sexes In that owned vessels, and that there had Judge Anderson said Its.offect tures and function, Is that there shall Slmms and which resulted precinct. been a heavy loss to the Government jjr jobe N. Leach, of Torre Haute be a delegation by tho nation to-- thai "that this court can not proceed un-- 1 Dan W.resignation. This letter has as n result ot wholesale theft of Indiana and Miss Ruth Stewart, of state officials of national power toloss tho attorney general sees fit .to In his since boon made public. supplies and equipment from ships. u0avor Dam, were married, "in this gether with a guarded but adequate ' " HENFROW NKWCOMIJ. advise." The Investigators also reported to the city Saturday afternoon. The couple right of revlow by the central na"I am going to havo It dono," tho Mr, Aubroy Nowcomb, age 22 and Committee that companies operating reiMaIned in their car while tho cere-- i tional tribunal." added, his remark apparently FISCAL. COURT IX . judgo DAYS' SESSION Miss Bolva Rentrow, ago 14, wore Government vessels had In some In- - ,ony was performed by Rev. Russell meaning thnt the grand Jury soon to Protection of tho constitutional united In marriage Saturday after- stnnces owned stock In companies walker, at the Baptist parsonage, convene will reopen Investigation of rights of state commissions was urgThe. Ohio County Fiscal Court con- noon, at the Methodist parsonage at which furnished supplies to tho, ships t tho conspiracy cases. ed by President Walter A. Shaw In Landroth per at prices ranging as high as 50 per LARGE CROWD ATTENDS In oponlng tho Investigation, Dan vened here Monday, adjourning Wed- Nocreek, the Rev. his annual report. The greatest ene- -. FIRST LYCEUM NUMBER mles of regulation, ho said, are poliW. Slmms, of Lafayette, Ind., said he nesday,, with tho entire membership, forming the ceremony. The bride ent above wholesale costs. Discussing tho allocation of ships, resigned as special prosecutor In the composed of County Judgo Mack j8 n daughter of Mrs. Robert Ron tics, the group which believes public. Tho first of tho Lyceum Numbers 'owner8hip 0f all utilities, and "the cases because ho said the attorney Cook, Justices O. E. Scott, Q. B frow, ot this place, and was oneot tho report states that Investigation genoral's ordor would prevent use of Brown, G, W. Rowo, W. C. our'high school students. The groom ot companies or applicants for assign- - for the present year was given at the Improper attitude of many utilities Tuesday toward the public." evidence that was the basis of tho Daugherty, W. S. Doan, U. C. Rhoads Is a promising young farmer, ot the ed or allocated tonnage seenm to be" High School Auditorium audience enjoy-Unltcase last B, F. Rice and Ed Shown. County At- Washington Country, where they will more or less haphazard with the night. A fair-size-d Injunction govornmont's Statps Shipping Board ' The ed the wit, humor, and talont of the UUSINKSS CHANGE. year against the coal strike, and the torney A. D. Kirk was also with the make their future home. Investigators say that the dl72ton noter cartoonist, lecturer and musU proceedings for allcg- - Court, with Clerk V. C. Blenkenshlp later contempt RESTAURANT of assignment and alfccatlon attempt- - clan, Mr. Packard, who was sent by Mr. Arthur Leach, formerly with violation of the court's order di- doing the clerical work. orwith the Department "the Redpath Lyceum Bureau, . Such the Ohio County Drug Company,, has., The Court went thru ono oC the td to recting cancellation of the strike long time, had on Main Havo purchased Mlnton's Restau- ot Investigation, but that Just, about talent and Bk!U are always, a treat to purchased tho building der. Similar testimony was given by busiest sessions 0) in a bo- - a cultured audience and If you want Street, in which Mr. Loney Mlnton .' prose- as the majority the claims of tho rant, next door to Taylor & Morris' 'the time proper Li. Ert Slack, another special cutor, and by District Attornoy Van year were up for action at this term. Garage. Will serve hot lunches at tween these two departments had to see and hear something worth conducted a grocery and restaurant... Asldo from plans for special road re- all hours. Nice line fresh groceries. been established the Department of while and spend an enjoyable Jr. Leach also purchased the business, ' Nuys. was so disturbed jy a ing do not fall to see all four Nuin-cinn- and will continue the grocery and. said, however, and Mr. pair work no business other than ot Your patronage will be appreciated. Wr. Amos was transacted. In Its directing head? 1 id Hi bers of this year's course. restaurant, there, ARTHUR LEACH. 20tt , Palmer Interpreted his orders to a routine nature nl I er i er 'jdi An-wi- . . ' - - . - 11m-oM- ! nnn;.t, 15-ye- ar e ' -- . 's j j !.. .. , , ed , se ,JK.r . m w. - HARDING WORKS FOR UNION ORATIONS? "Best Minds" Have Been Summoned For Marlon, Ohio, Nov. G. Senator Harding already has begun fulfillment bf his campaign promise to consult tho nation's loading minds with regard to a new association of nations and he hopes that by tho time of his Inauguration next March ho will have laid tho groundwork of a plan behind which the sentiment of the country can nn I to. A list of those to be consulted first There is every reason in the world why every farmer should buy a Fordson Tractor, has been drawn up and invitations are while there is not a single reason in the world why a farmer should not buy a Fordson going forward to several to como to Tractor. the Marlon nt tho consluslon of In the claims we make for the Fordson Tractor as being the superior farm Tractor trip, which is to be month's vacation tomorthere is nothing of boasting. Our claims are based upon demonstrated facts. In evstarted by tho president-elec- t ery sensible test that has been made (and we don't believe in any jockeying or technical' row morning. Both Republicans and Democrats tests) but in the real common-sens- e work on the farm the work the Tractor was intendare to present their views In Indivied to accomplish we say, in all such tests the Fordson has stood head and shoulders dual and personal talks with Mr above all competing Tractors. And this is best proven in the fact that while there are Harding during the winter months, about three hundred thousand farm Tractors in use in the United States today, and does not contemplate, for the but he while Tractors have been sold to farmers for twenty years, and while the Fordson Tracpresent nt least, any general assemtor has only been on the market two years, more than one-thir- d blage of his advisers for round table of all the Tractors in use discussion. 4in the United States are Fordson Tractors. Names Not Published. Now you can't upset a fact. You can't back away from an established truth, and Tho names of those already invited there it is out' of three hundred thousand Tractors, one hundred thousand are Ford-son- s, havo not been made public, but It was and there are probably some fifty different makes of Tractors on the market. bald In an announcement from the Just let your common sense consider these facts. "Figs are not plucked from thistle president-elect- 's office tonight that bushes, nor plums from thorn trees." "men and women who have been emi The Fordson Tractor has the necessary power. It is economical in operation. It is nent in the discussion of our foreign Department's former under-secretajustice White and George Har relations" made up the list. AddI-fCniflexible in control and operation. It is simple in design, and it is sturdily built of the tions will be made during Mr. Hard vey, the Now York editor. best iron and steel. is the product of the genius of Henry Ford, and it wasn't placed ing's vacation trip, it was added, alThere has been even less of specuon the market until Hemy Ford had tested it, and tested it, and tested it, before he though no consideration will be given lation with regard to what women asked the farmers to buy it. It is no idle faith that in the Fordson Tractor Hemy Ford by him during that period to the would be asked for advice in the makhas given to mankind one of the greatest benefits which has ever come to civilized man. ot a cabinet. an internaing of the new plan for choice The announcement followed a long tional association. It is expected, Now we solicit every farmer to buy one or more Forclsons. Come in and see them. conference between Senator Harding however, that the senator will choose Come in and let us tell you more than we can in an advertisement. Let us demonstrate and Will H. Hays, who as Republican those who have ben closely asso- to you. Let us put it to eveiy test that you ask. The Tractor is just as necessary for the natlonal chairman led the campaign elated with public actlvlt.es through-fo- r farmer as water is in the house. Come in ! Look the Fordson over, test it. Don't take - out the treaty fight so as to be famll-veale- d Harding nnd Coolldge. Neither reany chances don't experiment. Supply your farm with the Tractor of established subjects they had dls-- . jar Wth the sentiments of their what value. but It was understood that the ter3 regardng members' ip In tho chairman's visit here was made at iea,;Ue 0r any substitute for it. Mr. Harding's request, and had to whether the tentative list of names do both with the campaign Just clos-wono 0f the subjects reviewed in j '"""""T& i eu anu wnn me policies 10 ue suuiieu the talk between Mr. Harding and A , !jjr. Hays was not revealed. It was un- for the coming administration. The objective of tho senator's trip derstood that many topics came up is Point Isabel, Texas, and although for discussion, however, In the first he plans to occupy most of his time meeting ot the successful candidate there hunting and fishing, another of ana ng manager since the election, his close campaign advisers, Harry M. They greeted each other warmly Daugherty, will accompany him. It Whon Mr. Hays arrived and as soon as is taken for granted there will be there had been an exchange of discussion of policies and ad- - gratulatlons the president-elec- t put between his arm around the shoulders of the minlstrative programmes them. chairman and, deeply engrossed in Offici.il Announcement conversation, they walked slowly ovUK ' That tho plan for conferences on an er to Mr. Harding's office. was already association of nations birthIt was Mr. Hays Forty-firtaking form was revealed in this an- day, and in explanation ot the visit nouncement from Mr. Harding's of- the president-elec- t said tonight he ' fice: folt Indebted to the chairman for a "Senator Harding let it bo known birthday party and so had asked him today that he is sending out a num- to be a guest throughout the day. mm ber of requests for personal and very BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. informal conferences with men and PLOUK PRICES FALL TO JANUARY, 1018, LKVEL women who havo been eminent in the dlbcnsslon of our foreign relations. Minneapolis, Nov. 6. Flour prices These conferences will take placo upon his return to Marlon in Decem- for family pattents today dropped to ber and will be individual and per- a level not in effect since January sonal, with the main purpose of learn- 1918. The reduction at ono mill was 75 ing what policy may enlist general cents, which made its price $10.75 a support. understanding of each other and up. rf.nj.i ,.1.1, 0 S .i ?i.Qi.N,; g l, "Senator Harding means to avoid barrel, while another flouring con- GERMANS TO SEEK m0m0 . on the importance of the press in a any unseemly anticipation, but he, cern's quotation fell 20 cents to a new mediatory rolo. feels It wholly becoming to get an ex- low price of $10.40. (J. S. FRIENDSHIP "Politically, wo must not expect jfKf.ttfc. The slump is attributed by millers ONLY A COLD pression entirely free from campaign much" he declared. "Tho Monroo get it at the earliest pos- to the weak wheat market. bias and to mm Doctrine Is the one and only constant BUT D0N7 NEGLECT IT sible date. It Is the first step toward : I THREE KANSAS WOMEN American foreign policy. The dogma the meeting ot minds, which Senator Pre-W- ar A cold Is an acule caRelations Chief ot political ' isolation goes hand in .ELECTED TO LEGISLATURE Harding bo frequently spoke of durtarrh which can easily beGoal Of Republic Says hand with their economic relations come chronic. ing the campaign. He did not make A great Nov. 6. Three Topoka, Kan., many diseases mav be trac with tho whole world. This contrapublic any list, .because it will not Bernstorff Legised to a catarrhal condition J diction explains the wavering policy be complete before his vacation ends women will sit in the Kansas of the mucous membranes II of President Wilson." "Ssjdtor Harding further announc- lature this winter. All are RepubliUnlet; the organs or parts, J Bernstorff declared ho did not ed that no consideration would Iw cans. Mrs. Drlnsted returns for the aa k Berlin, Nov. C. "One of the chief a m II President Harding's policy given to a cabinet durlmr his i crea- second term as Representative of Segoals ot Germany for tho near ward County. Pt-RUN- A would be directed toward the isotion peilod." e Js tho restoration of the lation ot America. Ho said: Officials close to tho prcsidetit-oltc- t AUSTRALIAN JAM FOR U. S. A. IN inril rurocrupv nrurnv "Senator Harding's aims, so far friendly relations with the United called attention that In his campaign speeches he promised repeatedly that States, nnd, it is expected that it will as can bo scon from hi3 speeches, Just a fewdoses iaken In time havo saved thousands from A Tasmanian company which it Is sickness. For fifty years Pcruna has been tho popular serious l the "meeting of minds" would begin claimed manufacturers half tho Jam bo much easier achieved than with runs parallel with tho statements ot family medicine for coughs, co ds. catarrh, stomach and bowel disorders Y us soon as possiblo attor his election, consumed In Australia and 90 per other countries, because thoro were Foreign Minister Simons, that Gerand all diseases nfmlnrrWnrlMn and that he also ficquently declared cent of that used in South Africa an- formerly no differences and no fric- many herself wants' to follow a poli KEEP IT IN THE HOUSE that the purpose of his consultations nounces its intention to establish a tion. Out ot tho war both countries cy based upon right and Justice." Tablets or Liquid Defending himself from renroaches Sold Ererynliere havo had mutual 'reproaches, which would bo not to suggest any plan ot branch factory in this country. It that ho was nn advocate of the ' his own, but to ascertain how dlvorg-un- t will havo a capacity of 300,000 cans must be adjusted." y This statement was made by Count League of Nations Count Von Born- views might bo so brought into a day. Tho present output ot tho harmony us to put a united nation company is 500 cans a minute; tho Bernstorff, former ambassador to.8tor"sa'a "Wo advocate the leaguo idea. Wo hlui in his negotiations with machinery makes, fills and labels the Washington, in a speech at Frankfort today. His subject was "Our Futurs never wanted tho Versailles league, othor powers. cans without human aid. Relation With tho United States." but wo want to reform It to provide Ho also has Indicated in campaign e speeches Bernstorff reviewed the past ad for disarmament and for the real that lrreconcllablo oppoAGED INDIAN DIES. present rolatlos ot Germany and self determination for all peoples. league ot Versailles, as nents of tho as its ardent iuppoiters, would A Digger Indian, Phillip Lefthand, America and outlined what should bo For Germany, President Harding's among those to whoso has Just Joined the proverbial "good the German policy for the future. He program will bo Just as acceptable be uumborcd advice ho would lls'en. To tro Sen- Indians" at tho ago ot 138 years. It told the Germans that America still as any other it it leads to that goal." entertained doubts about tho endurate ho promised to give a sharo ot is claimed he was born in 1782 LOCOMOTIVE COLLISION attention proportionate to itb powers Just a handful of years after the ance ot tho German democratic reFOR in perfecting treaties. Revolution. Even then ho didn't public, but declared that on the othAND Colds, Coughs Visfcors to the Minnesota state fair Although the piesident.olect has dio ot old age. Whllo smoking, er hand the people ot tho United La Grippe never named publicly any ot those he sparks from hl3 pipe Ignited his States havo a wrong antipathy tor recently witnessed a spectacular colNeglected Colds ore Dangerous will include in his consultations, spec clothing and caused burns which re- Socialism. Therefore, he said, a Ger- lision near St. Paul when two monsTke no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the nret en.exe. illation ot a wholly unauthoritative sulted in his death at his tribal home man government composed ot middle ter steel engines going at the rate Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves charactor has revolved perslstontly In the Sierra Nevada mountains, In parties Is best for the renewal ot ot nearly 50 miles an hour met on Grippe in 3 for Headache friendly relations with tho United tho same track. With the locomoabout a number of conspicuous fig- California. "ffeCt th h"J-C- '"" b- States. He dwelt upon the necessi- tive racing furiously along to destrucures who might answer tho descrip-- NoU0taHl,ff ' Jonlc Harding has laid down. The Government owns the copy- ty ot the reconciliation of the peo- tion the engineers jumped while the tion Mr. Jumping was good. The exhibition right on the word "Liberty,' as ap- ples of the two countries and the Senators To Ho Hoard need tor a mutual knowledge and cost $40,000. So far as the Senate itself Is con- - plied to airplane engines and parte. ' corned, this undercurrent of" gossip has carried frequently tho names of republican senators as Lodge of toneliu'otts, chairman of tho for Knox of. elRn lelntlons committee; Pennsylvania, a former secretary of Htato, and Solicitor Johnson of Catifor- -' nia, both lrrcconcllahlrs, and Lcnroot of Wisconsin, n loader of the rescrvn-tlonlst- s. On the Democratic sldo there has boon mention, among others, ol Senators Underwood of Alba-m- a, tho party 1 tailor, Hitchcock, of Nebraska, who led thr fight for unreserved ratiiUatJon; Simmons of Norlh Carolina and iloblnson, of Arkansas. Among those outside frequent speculative mention has been made of former President Taft, a leader fpr international peace and a supporter of tho Versailles' league; Herbert Hoover, another league advocate; Ellhu Root, former secretary of state and a participant In tho recent lntor-tion- al court negotiations; Charles Evdns Hughes, Republican presidential nominee four years ago; Henry member of Pres- I White, a Republican wnsons peaco commission; iiuonc Myron T. Herrick, former ambassador to France; Henry P. Davison, head of the American Red Cross; former Senator George Sutherland of Utah and many other Republicans. A shorter list of Democrats outside the Senate were also mentioned. Among them Is Robert Lansing, former secretary of state and a member of the peace commission, often quoted 'in Mr. Harding's campaign as disagreeing with Mr. Wilson on some features-o- f the Versailles covenant. Others are Frank L. Polk, tho Stato I ry s F orason trade: mark Farm Tractor '- ' -. ! et It I as jsfr 3pfjbtejvgfcy V con-son- ie st Beaver Dam Auto Company . , ii . i.'.'. J &?$ fl ve fu-tu- ro old-tim- MM CASCARA J J bo-hi- Kill That Cold With Zl$& llent M QUININE f y I days-Exce- &ti" ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT TRIPARTITE PACT SIGNED IN AUGUST ing from or going to tho territories, dominions, colonics or protectorates of the contracting powers shall en-Jin tho nreas defined porfect equality in nil matters relating to and navigation, Tho next com-nicr- FRAUD CRY MADE TO APPEASE LOSERS co lo Great Britain, France And Itoly Publish Their Agreement France, Groat Britain nnd Italy havo signed n tripartite ngreoment in which they to support ench other in maintaining their "spheres of Influence" in Turkey. Tho limits of tho nrens In which tho respective special Interests of Franco and Italy are rocogntanj aro "clcflned hy tho Bamo doctur.siit: This agrccij.cnt. it developed tos day, was signed Augitbt 10, the day the puhllc ceromoninl of tho signing of tho pouee treaty with Turkey took place. Although the ngreoment, It is explained, Is not considered secret, It nevertheless has nover been nindo public until now after n lapso of nearly three- months since the signing. Under Its own terms the document, was to voiuo Into forco' nnd bo published at the time tho Turkish penco treaty should go into effect. This dat9 is still an G. ntv-5eviro- reads: To .Support Kuril f, (Loulavlllo Herald) A story of the renl reason underlying tho Democratic cry of fraud In tho Kentucky mountains was going tho tounds in Loulavlllo yesterday. According to this report, enwhich enmo from ters, a lartrc number of Kcm'uckv Democrats, deluded by the erroneous figures given cut by Democratic stato headquarters on tho raco election night and Wednesday, were led to wager largo sums of money on a Beckham vic tory. Since it do eloped so clearly that tho Democratic claims wero whollv unfounded, many of those who put up bg accounts on Beckham have not taken klnd'y to tho "headquar ters advice." This slt'uati ii so tho story goes, outcry of fraud as gavo rise to an alibi for tho Democratic mis information as to the actual figures uncertainty. whatever their nationality, on tho Beckham race. origin, is provided Text of ABrcMiicnt. destination or A Loulsvillo Republican gave his In connection with examination of lor. Ho version of the case yesterday. agreement, now availtho text of tho Artlclo X fixes tho boundaries of said: able attention is being called hero to tho areas in whjch tho special In- -, "Tuesday night Loulsvillo ad the fact that while the treaty de- torests nro recognized. Tho next herents of S'oaator Beckham were fines the spheres of Influence of article is as follows: sanguine. That was before the truth Franco nnd Italy recognizing" tho "Artlclo VI Tho mandatory pow dawned upon them. special interests of Franco in Cllicia ers for tho territories detached from "After Tucsdar night, , they be- y and tho western part of Kurdistan the former Turkish Emplro will camo sanguinary. That was after bordoring on Syria and of Italy in with tho contracting tho truth tho awful truth had fil Southern Anatolia tho Hrltlsh powers tho samo rights and privil tered thru the smoke screen of tho spheres of Inllucnco are not only eges as the powers whoso special cry and revealed ns that undefined, but aro not mentioned. Intercuts aro recognized in tho area "fraud" cry's inspiration some very inexpert This has raised tho question If the defined In Article V." "dope" that had been dished out to agi cement Is susceptible of the InArtlclo VII reserves to Italy tho at Democratic terpretation that the British Inter- right of the exploitation of tho Hera-clc- a tho faithful ' ests may be held to extend to any coal basin. "There are a 'lot of angry Demo or nil the remaining parts of the By Artlclo VIII, tho.French and crats in Louisville. They aro thoso Turkish empire Italian governments agree to with- Democrats who have the betting yen It Is noted also that whilo tho draw their troops from the respecthe Democrats who backed some agreement does not take tho form tive nreas, yhen tho signatories are other fellow's Judgment with their of an alliance, It pledges tho agreed In considering tho treaty of own Inoney. powers to "render diplomat- peace with Turkey is being "It was never believed, after 10 ic support to each other In maintainat Demo'clock, by the "higher-ups- " ing their respective positions In tho By Article IX, tho signatories with ocratic headquarters that Beckham areas in which their special Interests spdclal Interests accept responslblll-nr- o was ele3d. That the reverse was recognized." "ty for supervising the execution of the fact became apparent to them earOno section of tho document pro- tho terms of tho treaty with Turkey ly in tho game. Unfortunately, howvides for the exploitation of tho Bag- for tho protection of minorities withever, the confidence of tho leaders in dad railway by a company in which in their respective areas. was so great J. C. W.'s British, French and Italian capital is Tho agreement Is to bo ratified, It before tho polls closed that they equally Interested, It gives tho ex- is provided in Artlclo XI, and be the friends who came to ploitation of the Hcraclea coal mines, communlcated-t- o tho Turkish govern- "touted" lnsldo information to have them for between Konloli and Adnna, to Italy. ment and to be published and como no hesitancy in going forth upon the Another Article X. into forco at tho samo time tho Turk- - highways and tho byways and gobArtlclo X of the agreement pro- - ish peace treaty goes into effect bling up all the Ernst money goU.a-bl- o. vldes that nothing contained In it And the--j did that very thing. Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder, shall reduce tho rights of nationals From tho hoi.r the polls clobci. jpcU-hny of states to free access hands, or feet requires n powerful money in Louisville was thicker to tho various areas for commercial flinedy that will penetrate tho flesh. than Democrats la Graves county 'I ue and economic purposes. Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses faithful bet and bet and then bet Tho preamblo of tho document that power. Rubbed In whero tho again. pain is folt is all that is necessary to reads: ' Wednesday morning, tho same "Boing anxious to help Turkey relievo suffering nnd restore normal faithful who had been victim-huntin- g her resources, and to avoid tho conditions. Prlco 25c, 50c and $1 00 the night before began to bo asinternational rivalries which havo ob- per bottle. Sold by Ohio County sailed by disturbing headquarters m structed theso objects in the past, and Drug Co. with a demand to know, Just what being desirous to meet tho request of was what. tho Turkish government that it re- WILSON NOT TO "Tlien came the cry of 'fraud.' ceive necessary assistance in tho recDEBS FREE " 'If Ernst wius,' said tho higher-up- s, SET ognition of Justice, tho finances, the 9 'It is stolen for him. Our hgurcs gendnrmerlo and of tho police, in last night were correct. They showWashington, Nov. C. President tho protection of religious, racial and ed Ernst was beaten.' linguistic minorities, and tho eco- Wilson Is understood to have no in"But It so chancod that their 'fignomic development of tho country; tention of pardoning Eugeno V. Dobs, ures were not correct. They wero ten-yesentence in considering that autonomy or even- who Is sorvlng a the barest sort of estimates, in which has the Federal penitentiary at Atlanta tual independence of Ktirdlstlau tho Beckham voto in tho Western secviolation of tho espionage act. boon recognized by them, nnd that it for Kentucky was grossly overTho position taken by the Pres!-- t tion of , is desirable with a view to facilitatvoto in the Reaccording to thoso who profess stated and tho Ernst ing the development of that country dent, publican sections of the mountains and mako provision for any assist- to know his views, Is that executive was understated. ance It may require In its administra- clemency in Buch a case would set a "Thero Is unrest at Democratic encourage tion and to avoid International rival- - bad procodent and would oppose the Government in headquarters. The 'boys are 'sore.' rles in such matters; rocognizlng tho others to They wore 'touted' wrong by men respectivo special interests of Italy the event of anothor war, beginning to say aloud, Doha was convicted at Cleveland who, thoy aro nnd southern Anatolia and of Franco Inspired them to risk real money on counts, in Cllicia and tho western part 0f September 12, 1918, on three the merest guesses. It is not to be bordering on Syria up to J" ""ding him guilty of Kurdistan expected that tho 'boys,' In tile face as these nreas are Uns to Incito insubordination and of events slnco election night, aro to defined, and tho British, loyalty In the military and naval bo put off with any such thing as a recruit-agree- d So Italian and French governments lmvoi'cs, attemptng to obstruct tale of 'erroneous' figures. "'"B and provoke and encourage following: upon the cited. For 'fraud,' as will slstanco to tho United States and to 'fraud' is Protect Religion. bo admitted, Is a better alibi thnn oqualI-i"u,"u- lu " "" "UDU Ul "D "Artlclo I Thoro shall bo figures." A pardon for Debs and others con misleading ty in Turkey between tho contractmm violating tho espionage act You racU your ing powers in the composition .of all victed of Stop coughing! been urged by a number of orcommissions, whether has worry the body. Ballard's International ganizations,' including tho American lungs and existing or to bo established, chargHprehound Syrup checks Irritation, Federation of Labor, which at its last eals tho lungs end restores comfortaed with tho organization and superconvention at Montreal, Can-advision of tho different public ser- annual ble breathing. Prlco 25c, 50c and authorized a committee to con- $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Couninsuring tho protecvices and for fer with Attorney General Mitchell ty Drug Compay. m tion of racial, religious and linguis- Palmer on tho matter. m in tho However, tic minorities. FARMERS LOSE ON CATTLE event tho Turkish government of obtaining Kurdistan is desirous of. A survey conducted during the last FOR FLETCHER'S external assistance in tho local adtwo winters in northern Illinois showministration or policing of areas in ed small actual profit in tho producwhich tho special Interests of Franco SNOW IN COLORADO recogniztion, of beef for thoso years, accordand Italy nro respectively ing to tho department of agriculture. contracting powors undertake ed tho Depths up to fivo foot of snow are Tho bulk of tho cattle cost between not to dispute tho - preferred claim to a hundred-weigof tho power, whoso special intorests reported as covorlng western colors. $12 and $17 of the heaviest of early ralso. Counting corn at its farm such area are recognized to. sup do in one in This assistance snow storms in years. Mountain price, 40 per cent of. tho cattle show-e- d ply such assistance. a profit the first year and only shall bo specially directed to enhanc- roads are closed and many fruit to the trees havo been broken under the five per cent the second.. Considering ing tho production afforded could have reracial and linguistic minorities of heavy weight of snow, resulting in what tho stock raisers tho corn with enormous losses in unpicked fruit. ceived from the sale of said areas." the averArticle II provides that the pro- Temperature foil to 0 degrees above which thoy fed thelrtock, ' age loss per head ranged from, about , corn- - zero. ducts and manufactured articles 1'arls, Nov. ko Merslna-Tarsus-Adann well-informny Ernst-Bcckham "Artlclo III ers undortako to render" diplomatic support to each other In maintaining tholr respective positions In tho areas in which their spcclnl Interests aro recognized." Article IV provides that tho Anatolian railway, tho rnilwny nnd that part of tho Bagdad railway lying In Turkish territory as defined by tho treaty with Turkey, shall bo worked by a com-pnwith ift capital furnished equally by British French and Italian financial groups. The French government, under this artlclo, has the privilege of exchanging its interests in tho Ilagdnd railway for tho exclu sive exploitation 'of tho railroads within Its area of special Interest. The signatories agree to support the unification In tho near futuro of tho entire railway system in tho territory remaining Turkish by the establishment of n Joint company to work thoso lines. Equality of treatment regarding railway rates and facilities for pow- Other. Tho contracting Many of the Faithful Took First Tips and Lost, Thus The Soothing "Stuff Illinois Central's 1920 Bill For New Equipment Totals $27,109,768 J The railroads of the United States havo not been able to move promptly nil tho traffic offered, and business has suffered. This condition has bech caused, very largely, by a lack of locomotives and cars. Tho railroads are not to blnmo,, For a despirit prevented the lovylng of rates which cade preceding tho war an would guarantee nn Investment return sufficient to attract capital for financing tho purchasing of ndequnte.equipment; and during Federal control equipment purchased fell far short of tho average of tho preceding years. Now that tho railroads have been returned to tho control of their owners and moro adequate rates havo been awarded, the purchase of equipment has Increased greatly. Tho Illinois Central has placed orders to date for locomotives and cars which will cost antl-rnllro- $27,109,708. ICO lOOO COO Tho purchases include: Jjocomothes Refrigerator Cars Stock Cars SO 21B0 Coal Curs .100 Bov Cars Suburban Concho 12 Compartment Coaches 18 IlngKngc Cars 5 Dining Cnrs Caboose GO 200 Flat Cnrs Can tt. ' en-Jo- vis-a-v- is A part of this equipment has bean received. Further deliveries arc under' way, and will be kept up for a period of twelve months. The 150 locomotives cost $11,809,675. Ono hundred are for freight servlce'and f are 40 per cent larger in tractive power than any now in general use on our lines. Twenty-fiv- e are for passenger service and twenty-fiv- e aro for switch service. Their delivery will begin this month and will bo completed c aily next year. Tho 4,150 freight cars cost $13,473,600. Wo received 1,500 coal cars. Tho delivery of tho remainder has begun and will extend over a period of twelve months. e cars for passenger train service cost $1,675,493. They will bo deThe livered during the first three months of next year. Tho fifty caboose cars cost $150,O00.Nineteen have been delivered tho balance will be ready January 1st. In addition to this amount expended for new equipment, the Illinois Central System 'has appropriated $8,000,000 slnco the return of Its property fdr enlargement of roadway facilities. Much of this work is under way. fifty-fiv- 'While the crow til of the Illinois Central System may not havo kept pace with the growth of business in tho territory served by It, that Jt has not stood stftl is evidenced by the fact that during tho post ten jenrs it Iwis expended $100,270,178 for additions nnd betterments to its property. t Your attention is invited to these figures as testimony that our first Consideration is service to the public. Constructive, criticism and suggestions aro invited. f C. II. MAKKIIAM, President, Illinois Central Railroad Company. i , It's dollars to doughnutsCAMELS ,.'.rr.-,w' 1. i 'iKA - iiC&h m ry no man ever smoked a better cigarette at any price! quality, and their expert blend Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will satisfy every smoke desire you ever expressed. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind smoked straight 1 do-vol- op will certainly Camels mellow-mildneappeal to you. 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In raro instances farmers aro known to have mado $50 per head but tho general record of these two years wsb anything but encouraging. cited an assault upon her esthetic llmburger as porson with over-rip- o strong evidence in her claim for $75,- 550 damages. It appeared that she purchased tho cheese at a nearby grocery and upon opening the pack-ag- o found the chee.se bad lost its LIMIIURGER MUCH TO SMRLLlFEROUSi normalcy. It was "very objectionable and sensitive to tho smell," sho A stlnki was raised in a Kansas said, and when she sought to return City court when Mrs. 'Erin Adams it to the grocer he became enraged and throw the llmburger at the plaintiff's head. It struck her with great force, filling h;r eyes and her hair, covering her clothes, neek and shoulders and "creating a greut and sickening stench." She does not stato Just whether she believes llmburgor of should contain more thanono-hal- f one per cent smoil and what amount would be considered Intoxicating Pathfinder. . - . k I fe.v. The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORU PIUNTIXG COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TIXSLEY, Edltor nntl Business Mnnngcr. -'I - -- Entered according to Jaw at tho Poutofflce, Hartford. Kyi, as uall matter of tho second class. Tho Hartford Republican. Address nil communications to notice: to subscribers Subscribers to a new address must give tho old tiddrcss In making tho request. desiring tho paper sent Business Locals and Notices 10c each adTor line, and 8c per lino for Insertion. ditional Obituaries, Resolutions, and Cards 6c for f Thanks, lc per word-- and money ach head line and slgnautro, Jn advance. Church Notices for services free, advertisements, lc per but other Anonymous communications lecelvo no nuenuuu. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland will ,.lJ j9 , FRIDAY ... .. .... . NOVEMRER 12 Scud nnd BIrkhead will likely buy a farm soon, as they put out Now, that the 'election is over the several caskets, last week, tho we next big event to look forward tp is feel like they ought t6 set apart tho proposed, battlo for the World's of ono per cent of the about heavy weight championship, July 4th, profit mado on ono job and buy a 1921, between Jack Dempsey and black silk hnt for Scud. He might Gerogas Carpentler. not look good but there's no denying GUARD THE NATIONAL and the fact that a high silk sky-pielong-taile- d Some four or five weeks ago Presicoat adorned with luIs being giv- a Considerable attention would Improve dent Wilson addressed Senator Hardand strength- minous brass buttons dignity to ing as a mere private citizen, and the en toa reorganization' We have a large stock of Shoes, Overshoes, Gum Boots, Gum Shoes, Silks, National h'is appearance and lend States next time wo hear of the President ening of tho United his doings. to all men Percales, Ginghams, Woolen Goods. In fact, we have a new and addressing Harding he is offered a Guard. Pay is allowed to make a serving In the guard for all services, JJattlo Ship upon which We made ourself believe that we line of General Merchandise. encampments, or voyage. Pretty rapid evolution, Is including all drills, had been working tolerably faithful The policy of tho other services. It not? quite a spell, and therofore, enAdjutant General in this state is not for for two titled to make a service in Itrikes Uncle Samuel Gompers Is out In a to draft men for or three days. AVe did our level best only for volunstatement which reads in part, as or riots, but to call tho 'Old Sheet" up to Wednesday teers from the various organized for it was .not go at all or leave on follows: and "Tho nonpartisan political policy companies for this service. Wednesday, so wo broke away on Guard OrThe whole National you don't like the pap r .of the Labor Federation is more upon a better that day. If completely "justified than ever and ganization is based this week just go to Duke and Peggy, plan than heretofore. the futility of separate party acand it you fail on getting satisfaction For many years there has been a from them you havo my permission convincingly demonstrattion more splendid company of National Guard ed." to go to the Devil Gompers as a parti-Ba- in Ohio County, and one is being orIn truth Mr. o There has been much sickness In her HARTFORD TRIUMPHS 1S39, died October 29, 1920, which ganized now. Those desiring to enmade him 81 years, 6 months and CLEAR, RUN. did his best to 'throw Organized school, supposed to bo duo to tho bad Riley, A. D. Molasses making i3 about over drinking water. The truant officer Local Itaskct Hull Team Wins 0or days of ago. Ho was mado a labor to the Cox Ticket, but when list should see Dr. A. B. Enlistments in 1SC7 since which time ho has been tho general result is surveyed it Kirk, or Robert Mason. here, and corn gathering is now on called at the school one day and saw Konhtllli' Two game On Restauan encouragcr and promoter of our would appear that his effort was just also will be received at tho hand, and tho farmers "are, very busy. the water and told the little boy who t. Taylor, Hartford, Ky. ' art. Mrs. Ula Hennlng has been very was with him that It was not tit to about the most futile thing we know rant of J. R. g orUo It further resolved thnt a copy of. Evidently those within labor sick of malarial fever for two weak, drink, and we have ever since been The Hartford High School Basket IX HARTlistening to hear him raise a voice In Ball Team went to Fordsvlllo Friday of, these resolutions be spread up ganizations voted according to the .1IOXOK STUDENTS FOR, Is better at this time. OCTOBER but FORD SCHOOL an our lodge record, a copy sent to tli -- dictates of their own conscience, Mrs. Hardin Hoover, whoso name our behalf but suppose ho 'has for- afternoon the first boroaved family, and a copy sent and played to commended by the aged leadwhich we ncnow was mentioned on the sick list two gotten the bugs and worms match gnmo of tho season with tho Senior Class. er of the Federation, notwithstanding had to drink water off of. We hope High School vTeam of that place. the Masonic Homo Journal for pubweeks ago, is able now, to be up Douglas Williams, Emily Pendleton lication. ho so lately bnt his efforts In the Master Henry Trogdon, son pf C. tho Board of Health will get busy by a score of 12 to 5. C. V. PORTER, Margaret King, Amelia Plrtle, Flora W. Trogdon, has been quite sick, but about It before another school term, Hartford won other direction. A good bunch of enthusiastic rooters A. B. SANDEFUR, Rhoads, Kittle Bess Dodson, Loubel is better now. for wo are tired of bug soup seasoned was at the train to Bee tho boys off ; AVERY STEWART, In an editorial in the Louisville Williams, Sallye Shultz, Freeman Mr. Henry Purdue and wife ha.ve with wprms. Wo are going to kick on the "Local" and put the pep and Committee. Times of tho 5th Inst., on the League Schapmire, Barbour Williams. moved into tho house with Mr. Earl when we get big enough, but "Chil- determination Into them to como . Junior Class. dren must be seen and not heard." Thomasson. ol Nations, we find the following Tho gamo was a homo victorious. LIGHT AND WATER XOTICE SaRye Laura Williams, Gola BenBontences: "If America remains out-BiJesse Hoover, of Centortown, was splendid exhibition of good, clean Mrs. Gertry Funk is teaching a guest of relatives hero sportsmanship, both teams putting where can America look for nett, Geneva Travis, Ella Henry, Ma- good sehool at Taylor's School house. (the week-en- d Notice is hereby given that tho help in case of foreign aggression; ry LIdleBessie Clark, Marion Hill. Into it their very' best and uphold- Kentucky Light nnd power Company, hand, if America on tho other Sophomore Class. ing the high standards of their re- Incorporated, is not able to operalo should invade Mexteo, a member of Ersell Bennett, Luther Turner, spective schools. Ellis and Crowo under tho burden of high taxes and the League, it wouldbe Incumbent on Beatrice Bean, Emily Bell, Loreno took care of the goal pitching for high prices and that on the 31st day bortho League to defend Mexico's Westerfleld, Virgil Crowe, Lena HenHartford, while Griffith and LaGrand of December, 1920, It will dlscontlnuo ders and BANDITS." The Times ry, Nellye Roeder, David Bishop, performed the same for Fordsvlllo. furnishing both light and water, and would not have made that admission Myrtle Payne, Elizabeth Cook, Otis Playing on an outdoor court did not will dismantle its plant, and the corany reasonable Ashby, George DeBruler, Isabel Acbefore the election for seem to bother the Hartford boys a poration Will bo dissolved. Bum. That is just what killed off ton. bit and tho Fordsvlllo put up a good M. L. HEAVRIN, President. Cox's chance for election, If ho ever fight, tho game belonged to tho forFrcalimnn Class. ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. Tiad any. We cortalnly must have mer from tho first. Mary Baker, Pauline Williams, E. G. BARRASS, Trons-Mg- r. of been delivered by, tho wlso hand These two teams will clash on September 25, 1920. Uctoria Canary, Samuel Miller, Earl 13tf tho Good Lord. Incumbent upon us to tho Locals' Court tonight, when o Bartlett, Edith TInsley, Nora Bell . x defend bandits, that Is what our f Wesof Fordsvlllo High strong come-bac- k NOTICE. ' acceptance qt tho League would havo Wilson, Morcedese Baird, Lucllo Carrol Casebler, is promised. Tho girls' teams repre brought, by tho admission of tho terfleld, Forrest senting these schools, will also staga Whlttaker, Fronla Dover, Roynold Times, after tho election. Wo really The last call for taxes una game on mo naruuru cuuri lumgui. Estes, Eulah Bean, Martino Sproulo, wish tho Times had omitted BANA good doublo bill ought to bo in til the penalty and interest is Isabel TInsley, Bertram Neighbors, DITS. store for"th,o fans. Otha Lee, James Bozarth, Cora Ha- added. german, Anna Boll King, Beatrice date to Novombor 1923 I From this, Please get busy and pay MASOX SENATOR HARDING A Leach, Geneva Howard, Lydia Plr and 24, and as long thereafter as tle, Walter Westerfleld, Delbert Whlt your taxes and save the indesirable, wo Invltjet all men and Tho Pathfinder in answer to a retaker Erca Barnes, Mary Ellen Duko, .women to make special observation terest and cost. cent question, stated that Senator Corlnne Ward, Claudlo Allen, Halllot of ono or two things, chief among -j S. A. BRATCHER, Harding was a member of the Odd Bell Allen, Bonnie Sosh, Erton TIchwhich is tho charge made everywhere ' Ltndley, Beatrice Ford, j "Fellows and also tho Moose order. enor, Hubert Sheriff Ohio County. if there appeared a semblance of a Ruth Lowo. A letter from Harley E. Koons, of chance to arouse prejudice, that In Marlon, Ohio, says that ho Is also a MORE 1020 CROP 8th Grade. caso tho Republicans won out In member of the Masons, the Knights HURLEY IS SOLD Tryphena How Emily Fair Riley, jtho election Just past, wo would havo of Pythias, the Elks, and the Sons of ard, Euell Williams, Virginia Lautor- .mixed whlto and colored schools and the American Revolution. PathfindLoulsvillo, Ky., Nov. 10 Burley social equality of the races. Kentuc- wasser, Elonor Solbort, Irene Loo. tobacco of tho 1920 crop was sold on ' er. Ferdinand Plrtle, William Bean, Tim ky has a Republican Administration tho local breaks again today for tho and after March tho 4th next, ad- ,McCoy, Evan Render, Lovel Travis, RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT second time this season. Tho top Jesso Sheffield, Orvlllo Harrison. ministration of public affairs in 'evprice was $22 a hundred pounds, tho wo live 7th Grade. ery department under which Cromwell Lodge No. 692, F. & A. tobacco being of medium grade. OnAlice Henry, Gabble Lamon, Thel-- J will be by the hand of Republicans. ly one hogshead of 1920 burloy from M., Cromwell, Ky, Oct. 30, 1920. ma Estes, Holon Westerfleld, Lois j How please watch closely, discover Whereas, it has pleased Almighty Kentucky nm' hroo from Indiana hud If you may, any trend toward mixed W'lson, Lillian Schapmire, Mary L. God in His infinite wisdom to call been sold hero previously. schools In Ohio County and Kentucky. Tappan, Moody Ralph, Ernest An The locnl tobacco market was confrom labor on earth to that Celestial Then if conditions with referenco to derson, Edith nell King, Lodge on High, our beloved brother siderably more active today than It o Grade. flth tho charge, mado for the sole J. H. Leach, who departed this lifo has been recently, total offerings beMortlo Walker, Geneva Black, of engendering raco hatred and ing G91 hogsheads. Oct. 29, 1920. Of theso thoro Grey Wil .holding voters by blind partisanship Kenneth BIrkhead, Nellie Bo if resolved that In his death were BG5 hogs of old burloy and IT fully exploded, wo will nc- - son, Connlo Smith, Ireno Stono, Vir Is not Cromwell Lodge No. 692 F. & A. M. hogsheads of dark tobacco. A total, know.lodgo that there was ground on ginia Loach, Evelyn Rhoades. has lost one of Its oldest and most of 444 hogsheads wero on original nth Grade. which te base the charge. It obesteemed members, bis family a kind Inspection and 147 on review. RICHARD P. ERNST. A. K. Anderson, Elma Schlemmer, servant experience proves different husband and father, and his country totaled thirty-tw- o error ougni to no . Thomas Schrooter, Katherlne Ander acknowledgement oi hogshoads of burley and three of G. O. P, Candidate who won out for U. S. Senator, in Ken a true.nfid upright citizen. made by those who wero so glib and son, Helen Plrtle, Maudra Baize, tucky, defeating J. C. W. Beckham by 7,000 majority - 4 Brother Leach was born April 1st., dark tobacco. , ...ycady with the false charge. People Gertrude Wheeler. Wo hereby nominate the Editor of tho Louisville Times to bo of the United States Court of tho King of Hedjaz. in the Mlnlster-ricnlpotentla- ry ...ui, annuo mnn nntl women who can dispassionately, conditions ns really existing, owe It to themselves nml to the nublld to chronicle their observations during tho coming threo or four years, along tho lines indicated, and If tho calumnious campaign charges bo exploded to tho unbiased 'satisfaction of tho fair v observer then nil Justlco loving voters of every party, should unite In bvjrylng any Individual who would dnro stir up prejudice by silly and idiotic charges solely for political gain, In utter, and absolute oblivion by their baln fact that lots. It Is a peoplo of this section do tho colored not dcslro mixed schools. If tho question should bo put up to them for decision wo doubt not that not ono In 50 would favor It. They do not wish to become associates of tho white people, but no ono with any senso of Justlco will deny tho fact that tho colored people are entitled to a square deal, nnd equal Justice. We can't Imagine a person who would withhold from any ono, be he whlto or black, an opportunity to do tho best ho can. There are lots of peoplo who do not associate with all of tho whlto people whom they know, not because they are white, however, and you might as well say that because you refuse tllolr association, they are not entitled to any sort of chance. Superlorty, whether real or Imaginary does not entitle ono to withhold a Just decision and equal justlco to all peoplo at all times and Personal association everywhere. of each Individual Is a matter for that is, Individual determination, provided It does not adversely affect tho best Interest of tho community resides. the individual in which Again, watch the results, make personal observation. View -well-know- STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Tennessee, dubbed tho "Volunteer State." It seems, is correctly COOPER BROS.' Wo see our vonerablo friend, How nrd Ellis, driving a delivery wagon and doing various sorts of real work sinco the election. Some good surely doth result from overy evil. Reduction rBEGINS: S It's getting ,to bo Just about that season of tho year when y nro going to expect somo of our farmer friends to fetch us about ? of a yard off of tho rear end of a backbone of a nice, hog. d ( bob-taile- Saturday, Nov. 13th, 1920 And Closes February 1, 1921 To buy at these special prices you must pay Cash, 'or Produce. We do this in order to reduce our stocky and give to the trade seasonable merchanprice. We will give 20 per cent reduction on MEN'S dise at and BOYS' CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and RAINCOATS; and LADIES' SUITS, COAT SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, SKIRTS, RAINCOATS and We met a frlond.'tother day and asked him how things were going. Ho replied in a dejected, downcast air, Oh! bad enough nnd heart-broke- n bad enough, everything's gone wrong, there's nothing brtwlng. it was two days before wo figured out just what the troublo wns with said friend. Wo notice that Chairman Grayot says that many negro women voted in knee dresses In tho election of Nov. 2, and he therefore charges that fraud Gosh! Man, wo saw was committed. lots of whlto womn do tho same thing here. This Is Just ono more sin covered by' short skirts. What was Mister Grayot doing on election day? SWEATERS. We have a large stock of Ladies' and Misses' Hats, new and the very latest styles, and we will make a special discount on them of 33 per cent. So be sure and give us a look. up-to-da- te 1-- 3 We will reduce the price 10 per cent on everything except Feed, Flour and Groceries. up-to-da- te get-aw- COOPER BROS. t, Beaver Dam, Ky. n, F de pur-pos- J m JL l omts i Arirl (JUL JL4L ! Mr nnd Mrs. Alfred Stewart and Squirt W S, Dean, Mrs.'Dean and son, of Dundee, woro guests Sunday llttlo son, Chester, nnd Mr. C. F. of Mrs. Mlnnlo W. Lee, of this place Schapmlre spent Sunday ns the guests of Mrs. Stowart's parents, Mr. and Mr. Henry Leach, proprietor of Mrs. Bud Raymer, of Ncafua the Ohio County Drug Company, went Mr. nnd Mrs E. A. Carter in1 Mrs to Evnrisvlllo Tuesday, on S br'notoi IR. E. Ilayno. '..f Muntsvlllc, Mil, who misslofi hoM been viking friends and relaMr. and Mrs. IUrv Hloks, of Utlca tives In Owensboro, spent Monday nnd Mrs. Frank Bradshawof Stanley, with Mrs. I'aynes' brother, Mr H. U. attended tho funeral of Mr. 0. O Slnnctt, and Mrs. Slnnett, of near town. They stopped here, enrouto Fair, at this place, last Friday. to Bowling Green Tuesday, to grpot Mr. McDowell Fair, of North old friends. Cha'ttnnnoga, Tcnn., came homo lost Friday, to bo present at the funeral GOOD REVIVAL IS CLOSED TOO EARLY of his father, Mr. 0. G. Fair. , Let Muntfngwcar Union Suit You Coats New Things Are Added Weekly to Our Department Ready-to-We- ar 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 $18.00 to $65.00 If interested, call and see us. Trade with your home merchant, and thereby save money on your garments. ready-to-wear JRJGb. The' Hartford FRIDAY, . Republican NOVEMBER 13 , M..O ! ' ..WV. l "- - ..V ...... .(.. All kinds of fresh Fruits and Can- dies at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. PERSONAL NEWS -- it; AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. H. L. Taylor, of near Rochester, was In town Tuesday. j Jlr J00 jsenajuy, oi ucanueiu, was In Hartford Monday, on business. -- Mrs. Cora Renfrow, of Dundeo, guest of Mrs. Mln-nl- o was tho week-en- d W. Lee. Mesdnmes E. E. Blrkhcad and H. E. Mlschko were In Owensboro Wednesday, shopping. Barrel of fresh Sour Krout at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Mr. Rowan llolbrook was In Wednesday, on business. Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, to spend We pay cash every day tor eggs and will arrive hero tomorrow, several days with relatives. E. ELLIS & BRO. W. poultry. y Miss Etta Holder is spending a Mrs. .Rowan Uolbrook spent Tues-dnfew days with her sister, Mrs. and Wednesday In Owensboro. Bright, of near Hardlnsburg. ' Wo have Rye, Red Top and TimoFOR SAMS 1 yoke good, heavy thy Seed. """ work Cattle. ACTON DROS. L. D. FULKERSON,. Echols, Ky. Wm. O. Widlck. of Earllngton, Mr visiting week-en- d was hero last Misses Anna Rae Carson and Mary friends. . Ellon Mooro, of Louisville, arp weekguoats of Miss Martha Caroline Mrs. John Daniel, of Beaver Dam, end last Pate, at Lexington. was tho guest of Mrs. Step Sosh Tuesday. Mr. C. C Wedding, of Chicago, 111., Tlchonor, of Beaver visited his father, Judge R. R. WedMrs. Haryey ding, and Mrs. We.ddlng, hero last Dam, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Alex week-onGrlgsby. d. v , V' SunMiss Bessie Clark returned o few days' visit With reladay from tives In Louisville. Miss Amelia Mao Barnetl has accepted a position as Assistant Clerk In tho Post Office here and began her new duties Tuesday. Mrs. Pearl Schroeter and father, Pete Thomas, returned Tuesday from a few days' visit with relatives in Louisville. ,., Miss Pansy Wilson and brother, near Prontiss, wore week-en- d of Mrs. John B. Wilson. of guests Mr. Bennett, of Louisville, spent from Friday until Tuesday here with relatives. lion. Alvls S. . .. l ! Mr. 0. II. Roberts, of Fordsvlllq, Grassy Creek. spent tho week end her6, tho guest of of Mrs. S. 0. Koown. Mr. and Messrs. J. T. (Tobo) Hoover, B. W. counts, Rial and Squlro Leslio Combs, of . A nice line of fresh Oysters, near town, made a business trip to selects and standards at Owensboro, Monday. v TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Mr. W. S. Tinsloy and Dr. J. R. Plrtlo loft horo Wednesday morning for a few days outing at tho mouth ' " V ' ; mr nn.i Mra.Hendorsqn Murphroo with Mr. aro spending this week-en- d Llggon, in Frank-- " and fort. " Mrs. B. S. Tanner, of Portsmouth, with Ohio, is hero for a short visit parents, Mr. - and Mrs. T. II. her l)ean. Mrs.-Vern- on Mr. M. L. McCracken, County Farm Demonstrator, has movod Into tho Harry P. Taylor office, recently used as Republican Headquarters. ; East Nocreok school will glvo a pie supper, Saturday night, November 13, Everybody Invited. cTb, SHOWN, Teacher. Tho Evangelistic services which Miss Evelyn Fair Thomas, of the LIvormoro High School, returned had beon in progress tor 15 days at here Friday to attend tho funeral of tho Hartford Baptist Church, came to a close Sunday nleht. Tho Singer, her grandfather, Mr. 0. G. Fair. Bro. E. A. Petroff, had serious sickMiss Mattle Bonner Barrett will ness in his home and had to loavo return to her home at Barrett's For- - suddenly. Tho Evunm'llst, JW. T. ry today, after spending n week with T. Martin, allowed hlmso'.f to becomo confused In his dates and let sumo her brother, L. G. Barre'tt, here. of them overlap, so felt that 16 would Fresh Groceries, Confectlonarles, have to closo the meeting here to The meet Cigars and Tobacco at prices you meet other engagements. ing closed just when it shoull have will be pleased with. gone on. Tho interest had been ARTHUR LEACH, At L. Mlnton Stand aroused, there had been a few pro fessions of faith and 9 additions to Rov. Birch Shields, Mr. R. B. Mar tho Church when tho services closed. tin, and Miss Harriet Flener, of Cromwell, attended the funeral of OHIO COUNTY BOY MAKING GOOD Mr. George G. Fair, at this place, last Herbert Felix '16 has left the arFriday. my, after considering staying in the Judge W. H. Barnes, accompanied regular service, and Is head of tho by Mrs. Barnes, aro expected to re- department of mathematics and su turn tomorrow, from Wabash, Ind pervisor of military training in the where Judge Barnes has been on legal high school at Ada, Oklahoma. He was commissioned a lieutenant lnthe business. Third Oflcors' Training School and ESTRAYED Red Cow, 10 years signed to the Ninth Field Artillery at old, crop off each ear. Left home July Fort Sill, Okla., where he remained for several months after the end of 4th. Notify tho war. The Kentucky Kernel. C. B. FELTY, 20t2p Simmons, Ky. M. I;. McCRACKEN ENTERTAINS COURT come to my place. When hungry on short notice, Choice lunches County Agent M. L. M.cCracken, something that satisfies. and Mrs. McCracken, entertained ARTHUR LEACH, At Minton's Old Stand. tho Fiscal Court at dinner Tuesday, In their new home on Walnut Street. In addition to the CounMrs. T. B. Frazler and son, Mr. R. ty Judgo and other members of tho E. Frazler, of Clarksville, Terin., reCourt, Sheriff S. A. Bratcher, Jailer turned home Wednesday, after visit- Worth Tichenor, County Clerk W. C. ing Mrs. Frazler's son, Rev. T. T. Blankcnshlp, Mrs. Blankenshlp, Miss Frazler nnd family. Myrtle Maddox and James Tate were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. John T. King, who have been residing in Decatur, 111,, COOK ACTOX for s'overal mdnths, returned hero last week, and will make their future Miss Isabell Acton and Mr. Jess homo In "old Hartford." Cook, both of Dundee, eloped to Rockport, Ind., and were married Word has ' been received by rela- - last Friday afternoon i tives here that Mrs. James Lyons, Miss Acton was a member ot the formerly of this city, was operated on Sophomore class In the high school last Friday, at tho St. Joseph's Hos- hero and has made-manfriends who pital, Louisville, and Is doing nice- will wish far the young couple, every ly. . happiness. Mr. Cook is a son of Mr. Ed Cook, a profresslve m'orchant, Mr. Lyman G. Barrett accompanied of Dundee, where tho young people Mrs. Barrptt to Stanley Saturday, wi)l reside. where Mrs. Barrett will spend a week c with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. SUCCESSFUL SIXGING"CONVEN-TIOCulley. Mr. Barrett returned SunCONDUCTED AT LIBERTY day afternoon. . Tho Ohio County Singing ConvenMrs. C. E. Smith left Tuesday for tion met at Liberty Church, Sunday Moberly, Mp., from where she and October 31, and was called to order her sister, Mrs. C. W. Evans, will by Horace Taylor. Opening song. go to Fort Lyons, Colo., to spend Revive us Again; prayer by T. R. about a month with Mrs. Evans' son, Bennett. Officers elected were: Oz-who is in a hospital there. Shultz, Chairman and L. B. Lon-e- y Secretary. A telegram was received hero Mon7 classes reported ready to sing, as day by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tinsloy, follows: Williams Mines, Bert Lee apprizing them of the fact that their leader; Independence, Eugeno Hlubs, son, Raymer W., of Houston, Tex., leader; Central Grove, Wllllo I. Igle-heaoperation "underwent a successful leader; Pond Run, Owen Sunday night, for appendicitis. loader; Marvlns Chapel, Ernest Duke, loader; Mt. Hermon, Lydla Mr. and Mrs. James Nance, of Ow- Wcsterfield, leader. ensboro, came up Sunday to visit Each class sung beautiful selection Mrs. 'Nanco's parents, Mr. and Mrs, both In the forenoon and afternoon, W. T. Woodward and other relatives, after which they adjourned to meet Mr. Nanco returned Monday, while with Independence next 5th Sunday. Mrs. Nanco will spend the week here Groat interest is being manifested In these meetings and leaders are doMrs. Anna T. Nail and daughter, ing a groat work In awakening reMiss Zolla Mao, and son, Henry, left. ligious feeling among tho people and hero Wednesday, for Southern Cali will be a great benefit to the churches fornia, where they will spend the which they represent. Liberty cer- winter months with Mrs. Nail's, tnlnly entertained tho Convention in daughter, Mrs, John V. Britton and high order. The music from all the faintly. best , classes was of the than selections and any previous better rendered Mrs. Roy A. Sommers and two lit-- t meeting. tlo children, of Washington, D. C who had been visiting friends here a NEW BUTCHER SHOP. few days, returned to Owensboro Wo have orj'ened up an formerly butcher shop In connection with our Sunday, whero she' had been vlsltlrfg her aunt, Mrs. J. F. grocery, nnd will have constantly on Vickera, and other relatives. (hand fresh boot and pork. Your patronage solicited. Don't waste tho long, winter evenDEVER BROS. , ings tuafaire coming. EnJoV them ( BR ASSOCIATION reading your favorite magazines. We PARENT-TEAC- H TO MEET NOV. 12, 1020 have a largo line of Periodicals. If wo a O'CLOCK 1 M. do not have your favorites wo wjll gladly get them for you. 6ong. TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT ' Dqvotlonal Exercises Rev, Frazler Transaction ot business. Mrs. Charlie King and little son;, "Music Mrs. Pearl Schroeter. of Dpcatur, 111., aro visiting friends The Duty of The Parent-Towarand relatives at McIIenry and other points In the County, Mr. King, who Child in Music :To be supplied. had been In Decatur for some time Paper on P. T. A. Mrs. E. S. has gone to Springfield, where. Mrs. King will join him on leaving Ohio Howard. L Solo Mrs'. Otto' C. Martin. County,.- . .. Mf I U - made union suits popular. The proof of this is in. the Ij fact that the sale of MUnsingwear garments mostly union suits now exceeds.10,000,000 yearly and the demand is growing at the rate of a million a year. 9.' The reasons remarkably correct fit unusual' comfort washability durability. Munsingwear offers you an' unusually high qualr-t-y 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 any desired style, fabric or weight. I Y y. Carson LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Cattie Receipts 519 head; for the three days 5,458. A fair number of cattle arrived for the midweek trading. Prices were barely steady with opening day's material declines where Market, howsales were affected. and draggy and buyers ever, was dull slow In taking hold. Heavy steer trade weak, with several loads on hand. Limited demand for tho best handy-weigbutchers; medium and inferior grades, slow and further losses noted from Monday. Canners and cutters about steady. Bull yalues generally unchanged, M'llch cow trade slow. Fair call for the best quality feeding and stocker cattle; plainer kinds neglected. Common trashy stockers hard to move at unevenly lower rates. Prime heavy steers Quotations: $10.50(3)12; heavy shipping steers light S9(fB10: medium steers fat heifers $5.508.50 steers fat cows $6 7.50; medium cows $4.50C; cutters $44.50; canners $33.50; bulls $4.506.50; feeders $7 10; stockers 55" 7.50; choice milch cows ?8090; medium $C0 80; common $40 60. Calves Receipts 291 head for the three days 1,037. Prices declined Best veals' $13.50 $1 on all grades. 14; medium to good $711; common $5C. I0CS a fairly active call was not ed for choice hogs, but prices declined 25c on all weights In sympathy with further declines elsewhere. Best hogs, 120 pounds and up $13; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $12.25; 90 pounds down $10.75; throwouts $10.76 down. Sheen and Lambs Trade generally steady; .best lambs $11 down; sec sheep $5 down; onds $67. Best-fa- t bucks $3.50 down. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Local, p'roduco dealers quoto ibuy- Ing prices as follows, net to shipper tho shipper paying freight and drity-ag-e charges: Eggs Candled 60c dozen. Butter Country 27c. Butter Creamery, tubs 62c. Poultry Hens 2224c tb.; large spring chickens 22 24c lb.; small 26 27c lb.; old roosters 12 14c lb. young ducks 2Q.25clb.; No. 1 tur keys 3035c lb.; gees 1415c lb.; guineas 35c each; young guineas 50c each, ht (& 2, to Alico Co.! Hartford, Kentucky. Farmer, iWhitesvllIo. R. 2t Joy Patterson, Centertown, tu Jennie C. Downing, Sinlmons, Kyi y X v na ?78; ?89; I E. Morgan James, Beaver Dam. tar Dorothy P. Smith, Nolin, Ky. W. H. Boyd, Centertown, to DacsSe v Peters, Centertown. ' Charles B. Hurt, Beaver Dare. Xo Thurlow Cardwell, Beaver Dasv, Noel B. Taylor Ciarksburg; Ohles, to Mattyo BaltzeW, Hartforu Aubrey Newcomb, Hartford, Kostn.-N5 to Besslo Renfrow, HartforiL Ray Shorrod, Greenville, to Hsjt Thornsberry, Greenvlllo. A. M. Feckenpaugh, Fordsvilte. to. Laura Felix, Fordsvlllo. H. C, Husher, Fordsvlllo to Rissia Peckenpaugh, Fordsvllle. Jobe N. Leach, Terro Haute. East. to Ruth Stewart, Beaver Dam. J. M. Ford, Beaver Dam, to 9Cift Taylor, McIIenry. Thomas C. Raymer, RosfRe, io Arsula Raymer, Roslno. o. rt, San-dof- fpww win , WM ur, m7t -- , f MOWHERE will you find or moro correct assembling fabric than in the Anderson line. Iarew W c! Wi If;, f M A. E. ANDERSON & CO. S&TAIIPMtKj " d School-Rev.fFrnzle- , ,.'.'. "! MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED Guffle Whlttler, Fordsvlllo, to Bes sie Dodd, Fordsvlllo. C. II. Barnett, Wbitoavillo, Route . you heed CHICAGO Heave r Dam Coal Co. IT ' MIKUiMXVrfV swwTrwti.wwnw "r'" ummimwmwmi" m tf Jail, wns beaten to iron bar In a cell In by Harry Asay, a r prisoner who was said to bo suffering CIROUIT COUItT. HEAVER DAM. tremens. Charles Judge n. W. Slack, OwomboTO. Commoner Avers President Iiiild from delirium Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. In cooperative marketing elder wns conducting an "experience Success Vernon, a "trusty," was also attack Com'tli. Attorney Foundation For Disaster That C. E. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. depends upon obtaining a sufficient meeting" at a church in tho South. ed and is said to bo dying in the Coy Completed: ford. A weighty negrcsa nroso nnd boro business, observing c6opvolume of Pollco Judgo J. W. 'Coopor. Mount Holly Hospital. Clerk A. C, Porter, Hartford. oratlvo principles, employing cnpa- - witness to tho preclousness of her Asay, .according to Sheriff Hnlnes Master Commissioner R. F. Slovens. Marshal Otto C. Marand comfortreligion' as up-tLincoln, Neb., Nov. 3. William management, following bio wns arrested last night for drunktin, Hartford. giver. Jonnlngs Brynn tonight furnished enness. methods, -- .. dato business FORD8VILLE. Today tho Jail physician Trusteo Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, "That's good, sister!." commented the Universal Service with "the prescribed medlclno which was freHartford. Board W. R. Jone. now about tho Ch'm'n. Interview. Cooporatlve marketing has result- tho lender;. "But quently given tho prisoner. Shortly 1st Monday in March 12 days Clork Olla Cobb. ed successfully for the tiattlo and hog practical side. Does your religion , "Whllo tho majorhli'3 are" larger before noon when King entered tho Coni'th. and Civil. growers of Craighead County,' Ark. make you strivo to prepare your hus- than even the Republican leaders ex- man's coll to give him another doso Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Cattlo formorly sold at $3 to ?6 a band a good dinner? Docs it mako pected, a I'cmocrntlc defeat was Marshal Grant Pollard. Asay attacked him with tho bar nnd 1st Moudny In July 13 days and the blame is easily plac- beat liundrcdwolght under St. Louis mar you look after him in ovcry way?" him to death. Asay ran from Com'tli. nnd Civil. Just then tho speaker" felt a yank ed. The President laid the founda-t.oti- s kets, and. hogs at $2 to $7 per huntho cell nnd tho first prisoner ho en- 3d Monday in September, 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR for Mit disaster and Governor dredweight below tho market. A at his coat tall by tho local colore. 1 FOK l'HHSEN'X VKAB was Vernon. Whether countered Civil. carload of 94 hogs was originally col- preacher, who whispered nrdently: Cox completed tho structure. Vernon tried to prevent his escape 4th Monday In November 12 days "Tho President attempted to drive Is not known, lected and shipped through tho acti "Press dem questions, doctor; press County Board of Education E. S. but in tho attack Asay Coni'th. and Civil. Dat's my wife!" out of public life every Democrat vity of the county agent of tho Unit dem questions. crushed his skull with the iron bar. Howard, S. S. O. C. -mm who dared to differ from him even COUNTS COURT. ed States Department oi Agriculture, Asay wns subdued befon he could surgeons agreo that In cases of Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, and brought from $5 to ?11 above tho Cuts, Durns, Bruises and Wounds tho in minute details, while he made no attack others hi the prison and was Uoots first Monday in each month. Route 6. buyers are effort to strengthen the Democrats again locked up. local price. The local JudRc Mack Cook. First Treatment is most Important. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lako, Fordsvllle. now paying approximately the St. When an efficient antiseptic is appli- who made him the keeper of their County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. King lived i nt a short lime I'lov conscience. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. louls prices. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunHe was 65 years old. tho attack. ed promptly, thoro is no danger of "He nllenated all Republican supBhcrirr S. A. Bratcher. infection and the wuond begins to port dee and invited partisan opposition More mutton would bo consumed, heal at once. For uso on man or Superintendent E. S. Howafrd. Dir. No. 4 Robt. Qoff, Roslno. by his appeal just before tho election U. S. Department of Agriculture beast, Borozono is tho Ideal Antiseptho Jailer Worth Tichonor. FOR FLETCHER'S Dlv. No. C Otis Stevens, Beaver" generalof 1918 for a Congress that would believes," if farmers realized D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner tic and Healing Agent. Buy It now Dam. Burvcyor C. S. Moxley. ly that cured and smoked mutton is and be ready for an emergency. Price support his personal leadership and E. P. Rodgers. Coroner ns delicious as pork. At present, on- 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by then, knowing full' well that the Dlv. No. C Nat LIndloy, Center-tow- n. EMBARRASSING. ly 3.9 per cet of the meat used in Ohio County Drug Co. m mnjority in the nation was against In Georgia they tell a story of a FISCAL COUKT. him, he refused, to deal with the I the United States is lamb or mutton. County Board of Examiners: E. S branch of the politician who was seeking to win Senate as a Meets first Tuesday In April and to the fact that INTERSTATE TOWNS. This is partly due Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Mldklff nnd tho votes of his district to the end October. government. there is a popular impression among "Instead of recognizing that the that he might be sent to the House 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. There Is an old story that many of farmers that after a sheep Is slaughTeachers Instituto, Sept. 13th of Representatives. In one speech Route 3. tered, Jho only domestic use for the tho names of towns, sleeping cars, constitutional provision requiring a he thought It might be well to refer 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- 17th. majority for ratification flesh Is eating it wnuo it is jresn. as etc., were demised by a maniac who to his humble origin nnd early struger Dam. a consequence, the farmer's family had a passion for writing leters on compelled compromise, ho insisted gles. EXAMINATIONS upon dictating the terms upon which 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. grows very tired of mutton before the walls of his cell In meaningless "Gentlemen," he said oratorically, 4Ui District G. W. Rowe, Center- Common School Diploma May 14 combinations. Travelers who at- ratification could be had and then, tho carcass is' consumed. "I got my start in life by working town. and 15 at Hartford, Bearer Dam For the purpose of finding some tempt to pronounce some of the dif- on tho 19th of March, stubbornly re- In a general store for $3 a week, yet Gth District W. C. Daugherty.Balto- - and Fordsvllle.. 'way of obviating this difficulty, ex- ficult names they see on cars are jected ratification with reservations town. May 21 and 22 County Teachers perimental work in the curing and very much inclined to believe this even when Senator Harding and some I managed o save money." As ho paused impressively a shrill Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. thirty-fiv- e other Republicans were smoking of mutton has been done re- story. Examination nt Hartford, (White). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. willing to accept the league as he voice from tho group of auditors s May 28 and 29 County cently by the Bureau of Animal InThe appropriate names for "Was that before they in 8th District B. C. Rhoados, Hart Examlnotlon at Hartford, Teachers' wrote it with tho few changes upon United States Departdustry of the are often as hard to select as (Colored). vented cash registers?" ford, Route 6. who car names and some of those selected which they inslstod. Those Juno IS nnd 19 County and Stato ment o Agriculture. a "By thus preventing ratification, liavc-bq' Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo, doing this work give the are apparently as meaningless and 1IAR.TFORD. "CAltD HATES" (Whlto). . following directions for home curing arc as difficult to pronounce. For tho President assumed responslblli- J. E. Bean. Referring to nn old citizen as a Juno 25 nnd 2G County many of them, however, there Is a ty for the nation's failure to enter "relic of antiquity," $1. mutton: Clerk J. A. Howard. s Teachers' Examination at and Stato The first essential in curing is to reason. JIany towns that lie partly the League and thrust the league i'rjto Hartford, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. a Calling a new made lawyer I (Colored). lo sure that the mutton is thoroughly or close to the State lino, havo fine tho campaign as a partisan issue. legal light of which tho profession Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and IS County and Stato cooled. The meat should never bo sounding and distinctive names that The people, confronted with the should feel proud," $2.25. ItOCKI'OKT Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, frozen, either prior to or during the are made up of parts of tho names choice between the presidential InTo call a man a "progressive citiChm'n. Board W. G. Her. (White). Toriod of curing. The time to begin of the two States. The following are fallibility and respect of the opinion zen," when it is known that he Is laClerk N. II. Bratcher. of the mnjority of the Senate naturalSept. 24 nnd 25 County and Stato curing Is when the meat is cooled and names of this kind that appear on zier than a Government mule, $1.75. Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, fresh; the proper time is from maps issued by ,the United States ly chose the latter. The Democratic still Calling a female a "talented and Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). Be Geological Survey of the Department party, by Indorsing the President's 24 to 3C hours after killing. refined lady, a valuable acquisition position, invited the defeat that has cause of the high shrinkage incident 0 tm3 interior: to society," with variations, $1.S5. overtaken It. to curing, only large pieces, such as Arlzmo, Arizona-NeMexico. Referring to a deceased citizen ns "Governor Cox, Instead of repairlegs and shoulders are suitable tho Calada, California-Nevading the Injury done by tho President, "a man whose place will long remain for treatment. Calexico, California-Mexicunfilled," when we know he was the Mutton may be cured by using any (In the Mexican half of the town aggravated the situation by the man best poker player in town, $2.25 dry-curj;ood brine formula, but thQ order ls reversed and it" is called per In which he avoided domestic is- Arkansas Thomas Cat. sues and misrepresented tho position meat is better for future uso than jiexlcall.) of the Republican party on tho league trine-cure- d f' vHH and requires less .work. Calneva, California-Nevadrvl 3 ZM fl I tH J 1 1 " III A 9 Issue, which ho declared to be paraHowever, danger from rats and othCalvada, California-NevadFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE mount. He dodged tho liquor quesDissolved In water for douches stop er vermin is less in the case of brlne-nre- d Calzona, California, Arizona. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamtion, seeking to create the Impression H meat. 'Both methods of cur). Colmex,; mation. Recommended , by Lydia E. ; In the West that he favored prohi ing are very successful if care is Colorado-UtaColnta, Pinkham Med. Co, for tea years. ! exbition, whllo attempting to hold the A healing wonder for nass.1 catarrh, taken to see that each operation is Delmar, Deleware-Marylan- d. ' ore ana sore eyes tconoinical, wet vote of the East' by his wet reecuted propertly. Kanorado, Kansas-Coloradcord. Following is tho method of Kenova, Kentucky-Ohio-WeVirmutton advocated by the "He sought to conciliate Wall ginia. A Safe Old Fashioned j niCK Department of Agriculture: street by advocating tho rep'eal of Mondak, Montana-Nort- h Dakota. Remedy for Worms IP each 100 pounds of meat uso 7 excess profits tax, while he apthe For i Penmar, Pennsylvania-MarylanSeventy. fivcyeoracontin-uou- s plhnds sugar or sirup pounds salt, 3 pealed to tho West against the reacSylmar, Pennsylvania-Marylan- d. use is tie best testi2 ounces saltpeter, 2 ounces red peptionaries. His attempt to put the Texarkana, Texas.Arkansas. monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE Read how Mrs. Albert per, and 3 ounces black pe'pper. Democratic party in tho attitude of can offer you. Texlco, Texas-NeMexico. Gregory, of R. F. D. No. Keeft a bottle always on thoroughly, 1, Bluford, III., got rid of Mix all ingredients being the solemn guardian of peace Texla, hand. It will help keep 1 her ills. "During was ridiculous and his assaults upon then rub the mixture well over tho Uvada, the little ones healthy was awfully weak . . . meat' and pack It away in a box or (rnl n advocates of peace Virgillna, Virginia-Nort- h and happy. Carolina. such My pains were terrific. I 30cabottlt7ourdnitsiVior on a table. Allow one and one-ha- lf as Wyoming-Coloradthought 1 would die. The Taft and, Herbert Wyocolo, general atore; or il you dealer bearing-dow- n pains were can't upplyyou.iendhia namo days' cure for each pound of meat In Texarkana, which Is one of tho Hoover were disgraceful. and 30e in ataropa and tel Succeed when evemhine else fails. actually so severe I could tho pieces average. After the meat large,t towns on the list, the nost of end you a bottle promptly. "The American people want tho not stand the pressure of i In nervomj prostration and female va is cured hang it in the smokehouse. nce building is on the boundary line. government to play Its part in tho L4S. FEEY. Eiltiatre, HI. my hands on the lower '.veaknesse they are the supreme i : of my slomach . . . remedy, ai thousands have testified. 'one half in each State. Some other abolition of war, but they aro indifsimply felt as if life was Poultry Flock Should Havo Health names of this class not yet shown on ferent as to whether wo are part of ! FOR KIDNY,LIVERAND for but a short time. My STOMACH TROUBLE and Vigor. Geological Survey maps are Alaga, a league or part of an association of husband was worried . . . j it is the best medicine ever sold One evening, while readOnly by continuous selection for Arkla, Dakomlng, Texhoma, Urado, nations. There is nothing in a name, J over a druggist's counter. ing Hie Birthday Almahealth and vigor is it possible to wissota and Wyuta. but everything in a sentiment. The wKamw9BBWBVWBnmwBBanmwumBBmmi nac, he came across a x. WILL build up a flock that will produce case similar to mine, and real issue presented by tho Demoeggs, strong chicks capable pf went straight for some fertile TAKE OUR cratic party was not whether wo Cardut for me to try. making' quid: growth, and pullsts should cooperate with oher nations with sufficient stamina to withstand interested in peace, but whether wo .JTjJfl Beauty Secrets!. Women A t',n tho strain of heavy egg production ffl&lSix should assume a moral obligation TAKE For Infants and Children Tho appearance of n bird is not. alwhich had no weight except as it A Trealoienl Bn Uso For Over Years suspended tho right of Congress to ways a sure indication of Its vigor, mmMk: Vi istSM (or WEAK Always bears ytf ,r act Independently when tho tlmo ac- "but appearance and action taken toaVnV EWtaTaTaTafk. lkB. -LUNGS or gether are a fairly reliable guide for Signatureof rlved for action. The nation will do picking out vigorous birds, say poulits part in aiding to prevent war, but CONSUMPTION --Xtry specialists of tho U. S. it will not surrender into tho keepAREAS BELOW SEA LEVEL of Agriculture. ing of any foreign group tho right tc All tho continents possibly, except A quick tcliel (or (hat tired, feeling, The comb, face, and wattles should determine when wo shall declare coughs, pains In chest, night sweats, hemorJiavo a good, bright color; the eyes,80"1'1 America, include areas of dry war. rhages, weak lungs or consumption. W It does Tonic A woman's fondest liopo is to stay sot help you it costs you nothing. fihould be bright and fnlrly promi- land nat Ho below soi level Acg "Now that our participation will young. nent and the head should bo compar- cording to tho United Slates Geologi- rest upon tho will of Congress and Sbo often resorts io paints, OHIO MEDICAL CO. lock box eio COLUMBUn a. "Hook it faithfully and atively broad and short, having n cal Surve Department of the Inter- not upon tho arbitrary opinion of a powders and cosmetics to Lido her the results were immedi ior, the lowest point in North Ameri- single d fairly short, beak and years. Some women ray largo sums to man, we may expect that disate," adds Mrs. Gregory. showing no tendency to bo long, ca Is one In Death Valley, Calif., that armament will .bo made one "Beauty Doctors" in tho be'I continued to get bet of the Hep 276 fort below sea level, but this "snaky" or "crow-headedlief that money will buy youth. Others conditions upon which wo attempt to ter, all my ills left me, Tho bird should bo alert and havo depression ,s slight compared to tho adviso. wear girlish dresses, thinking they can and I went through . . . a strong, vigorous carriage; tho legs basin of the Dead Sea, In Palestine, "Peaco by with no further trouble. fool tbo world about their ago. But terrorism has been should be set well apart and strong- Asia, where the lowest point on dry proven impossible; peaco based upon My baby was fat and no one is deceived. The nioro you try' ly Bupport tho body, giving no Indica land ls 1,200 feet below sea level. friendship and strong, and myself thank will be to hide your ago, the more it slious. The lowest point In Africa is one in tried, provided tion of weakness or a knock-knee- d God am once more hale tho nations of Europe Tbero is but one thing that holds old condition. The bone, ns seen In the the Desert of Sahara that lies, about are willing to lay aside their and hearty, can walk age back, and that is health. Sickness strong and not too 1B0 feet below sea level. Tne Saha-l- a shank, should be miles, do my work, schemes and Join together o , and weakness bring old ago early in as a whole Ftnnds above sea level on fine for tho breed, whllo the toes though 44 years old, feel the basis of good-wil- l. The counlife. Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescripbo straight, and not too long. although until recently tho greater try will expect person. All 1 like a new i should Mr. Harding to carry medicine for tion is a building-uFor owe lo Cardul." Tho condition of flesh should be part of It was supposed to He below out his pledge to advanco tho cause many years Cardul has women. It makes them healthy and Good, as n very thin bird' is usually in sea level. Tno lowest point In Eu- of world peaco and there ls no reaFccI.rJght all tho time. Don't lay o been found helpful In strong when they suffer from women's Voor health. Sick fowls or fowls rope it present known Ih one on the son to doubt that he will do so. In from work for building up the system that havo apparently recovered from shores of tho Caspian Sea that lies tho meantime tho progressive forces troubles. It keeps them looking young J TccST when run down by dissickness, should never be used for S6 f?kl bi'iow sea level Tin-- lowest of tho nation will organize by keeping them well. It ls a woman's on your feet, whiIorelievingyourti-ou- b to comorders peculiarlo women. point In Australia Is one at Lake Tor-ren- s pel Congress breeding if it can be avoided. tonio for tbo frail, the delicate and !V S??.TJPl n,d eas7. to tak?' DnCX and tho President, to anvthintr else. Ynn mn'f nfrn.t that lies about 2G feet below provide tho legislative means by those who aro nervous, dizzy and who it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eytv Usually hens make better breeders sea level, tem and relieves constipation. A nat. haTO backache and dragging pains. which tho masses can protect them' than pullets. Cockerels, if well natural in its actions, bum selves from the greed of the exploitFavorite Prescription is altogether ural remedy,and in Its effect certain in results. It ICegulate tho bowels when thpy Krown and matured, often gtvo bet ers." vegetable, and without a particlo of won't bo ionff beforo will ter fertility than older birds. How- - fall to move properly. Horblno Is an ' completely displaco calomel in ever alcohol. It is safe to tako. Try it over, cock birds that have proved admirable bowol regulator. It helps WARDEN IS BEATEN home.- - Children can tako it freely and now. In tablet orv liquid form at all with perfect safety. Every .82 tho liver and stomach and restores good breeders should be used. bottle puar. TO DEATH IN JAIL ' druggists, or send lOo for trial package anteed. Wcand $1 in bottles, Non a a flno feeling of strength and buoyangenuino without tho likeness and sicnay of tho tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids ' turo of la. K. "PRESS DEM QUESTIONS" cy. Prico COc. Sold by Ohio County i uoiiy, w, j., ov. o, w. Grtoby. For ealo by r . A colored Methodist- - presiding Drug Co. Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y, m Ilarry King day warden of the Bur- - ,. FARM DEPARTMENT. Ilngton county BRYAN SAYS WILSON death with an RULE CAUSED DEFEAT tho Jail today DIRBCTORY v t o- Ught-brlng- cr - Oh.ild.ren Ory CASTOR A two-thir- ds new-town- pn I w a. Every Woman Wanted o. ed a. a. Colorado-NewMexIco- h. o. a!5 mm Pains Ja Mothers 5 3Wx use For the dry-curi- ng st Unit-ed'Stat- es d. Were fr Terrific ! J feimfiie ChildreirL w S3 w Texas-Louisian- a. Utah-Nevad- a. ... W well-know- !ctric liters M tf , o. ' I YOU. CASTOR rA 30 -- GERMINAL REMEDY CAVdHBikvtvr3r Ca&x7&dtei rp FORGONE MONTH The Woman's X well-curve- ." USE LI V-VER-- land-grabbi- ng For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. p $$ IVto ax Take Cardul 5WC-K-- v . JP FRANCE IS READY TO AID HARDING Willing To Join Organization By Changing Covenant. botween tliOs representatives of tho i am Tin: Mi'itrifAXTH nnsT IIUSINESH I'UII'M) allied and Gorman Governments; mini, consideration by tho repara I am Ibo Grain! Mastcu of all llo-tations commission of the findings of tho first two conferences; fourth, a Success. como My life Is one continuous meeting of tho Prcmleit to consider tho decision, of tho reparations com- and go every day throughout tho year. mission. Tho merchandiser likes mo beHAiiiMNu helped iiuild cause ho knows that I will not stay ' i:illi: ItAILItOAD IN 1HS2 too long. Frequent calls and fre il on board ship nmbhavo turned their attention to the luxurious leather cushions and tho beautiful paneling and other woodwork. It Is supposed that tho woaker rata will soon begin to die nnd will bo eaten by tho sur- mvors. Tho rats are foroclous and dlspernto enough to nttact a dog or a man but it Is cxpocted that starvation will shortly solve tho problem. 9 quent departures are just whaf ran, Nov o. tho Mow was ex pressed in offlclnl circles today that the French Govornmont would ho with tho authoriready to ties at Washington In formulating something different from the covenant of tho Leaguo of Nations ns drawn at Versailles In order to tako its place. This statement was made In official quarters In referring to the declaration of Prosldant-elec- t I lard-i- ns as cabled front Marlon to the French press, to tho effect that tho Versailles covenant was now "deceased." This Is Interpreted by officials as npplylng to tho covenant as drawn at Versailles and ns Indicating that something different from tho Versailles agreement must tnko Us place. To that end, It was stnted by officials tho French Government would ho ready to gtvo its collaboration. It has been tho generally acceptod view hero that tho French Government would accept reservations by tho United States regarding Artlclo X and tho other provisions of tho covenant which have been tho subject of controversy In tho United States. In this connection it was pointed out in official circles today that the original French Idea of a Lcaguo of Nations did not contain anything like Article X. Whothcr tho amonded organization would bo cnlled n league, or n society, or on association is immaterial to Franco, according to tho Government Tho cssentlnl thing, It is viewpoint. held, Is to nrrlvo as near as possible to tho prevention of war. Tho French Government considers that it would bo regrettable to sacrifice tho organization nlready set up nnd thnt tho preferable procedure is to amend tho existing leaguo undor tho name of an association If that meotB the American, view. De Washington. Nov. Stato partment and Whlto Houso officials G Now York, Nov. G. President-elec- t Harding, who played a cornet and sot typo in his youth in Marlon, also drove a team on tho grading of what is now tho Western Division of tho Krio In 1882. His employer was George E. Payne, a real cstato operator of Long Island City, "I was twenty-on- e then,' Mr. Payne said today, "and was working as a time keeper for Page and Llttloiohn, railroad contractors, who'wero build Ing a part of tho oxtenslon between Marlon and Kentan, Ohio. "Wo doponded on tho farmers of tho community for teams, and ono tiny, as I remember It, a young fellow who said he was W. G. Harding asked for work, saying he had a team. I sent him down to the foreman, a Mr. Hart, who put him to work Immediately." Mr. Payne said ho read several months ago that 'Mr. Harding had worked on railroad construction In his youth. "Having been In that section," ho continued, "I looked up my old records. I wroto to hi m and got tho following letter from his secretary, Mr. Christian: "This Is to confirm your injulry and to advise you that W. G. Harding who was employed by you to work on tho grading of tho railroad In 1882 Is now the Republican candidate for President." wants. Some porsonago I must be, you say. Yos, I am cqrtalnly SOME per sonage! Proud am I of the fact because my ono aim is to make profits day by day. What caro I, then, for tho shelf- s, wnrmers, tho tne omisizcs, styles and tho name tho less omer merchandise that tho pub- I travel not in He doesn't want. their company am I nof the Lord High Potentate of nil retail success? Surely somo personage, ns you have said. Dut tho merchant who doesn't know mo only has to watch his sales records and they will tell who I am. I am tho result of sensible ru pie adveitlslnfc prop or, kindly s'ore service, ot system In cost and morngoment I AM KNOWN IN BUS'NESS AS THE QUICK TUHNOVE1'.. ion-overback-number ho :120 OF WEST VIIU3INLVS .MINIMIS KILLED IN YEAIt Charleston, W. Va Nov. 6 Throe hundred and twenty men were killed In tho mining Industry In West Virginia during the year ending June 30 last, according to the annual report of the Stato Department of Mines, made public here today. The report shows that fatal) accidents during tho year decreased by fifty-fiv- e from tho total during a corresponding period of tho year previous. DIAMOND FOUND IN CANDY dJj NEW EDISON Come in now-JJ Hear this famous 4 M I I While eating "a pipco ot molasses candy the other daw Oda Utter, ot Warwick, N. Y., broke a tooth on some hard, lustrous object. She consulted a Jeweler, who Informed her hat the artlclo In question was a diamond worth about $400. It was a fortunate experience for Oda but it would hardly warrant speculators in buying all the candy In tlib United e States which last year sold) for a HAD HKEAD IS HLAMED FOH ILLNESS IN VIENNA billion dollars. AUTO THIEVES CAUGHT Ohe Phonograph with a Soul" teuton Vienna, Nov. 6. Tho poor quality of the bread which tho people have nt present to eat Is stated to be tho cause'of extraordinary Increase of Intestinal affections In the last weeks, and over which tho medical faculty here is very much concerned. A peculiar featuro of the epidemSCIENTISTS ic Is that it is accompanied by skin FAVOK OLD ACCOM) eruptions simlar to those caused by pellagra. Berlin, Nov. G. German university Pellagra is generally believed to be professors and jncmhtt.'s of tho caused by eating a poor grado of Reichstag havo drawn up a reply to corn, and the bread as baked at pres- of the jent in Vienna contains 40 per cent the appeal for "friendly Intercourse" which existed corn flour and 20 per cent potato before tho World War, which the flour, professors and doctors ot Oxford University addressed to professors of .MOUHOW PAHDONS JAILED JAILEK ELECTED AS JUDGE arts and sciences and members ot uniy versities and learned societies !n Frankfort, Ky., Nov. G. Fess and Austria. "Scicnco knortS only one aim thi'j Whltaker, Jailed Jailer, ot Letcher saarch after tho truth and it re County, who was elected last Tues quires for tho performance ot this day to succeed to the office of the task tho common labor of all, regard- County Judge that sent him to Jail, less of national boundaries," says will be free to qualify for the office. Gov. Edwin P. Morrow today partho German roply. Interrupted this doned him, accepting Whltaker's "Tho World War Joint labor and dissolved many perj vindication at tho polls as sufficient sonal ties. Wo are ready to resume reason tor clemency. Whltaker had quarreled with forthese connections and by common to relegate to oblivion everything mer County Judge Sam Collins, who offensive spoken or written in boyx sent him to Jail for lighting. He was incarcerated In his own jail, but uncamps." years no fewer than locked the door during the night In twenty-on- e 230 Blight shocks ot an earthquake and went out. He was Indicted and have been recorded in the British convicted ot escaping, for which he Isles, an average ot almost exactly received another jail sentence. one a month. TEN WOMEN KLEOTKD TO .MICHIGAN OFFICES BRYAN AGAINST PHILOSOPHY. 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The result was no difference between the two. Four million people saidXso; they heard Re-Creati- f ' I the tests. , E. P. BARNES & BROTHER BEAVER' DAM, KY. g-r .. ., o A TALKING CLOCK. A Philadelphia man has a unique clock which Instead of ringing a discordant alarm bell speaks right out In the morning and announces that it is "Time to get up." Tho clock also calls out: "Breakfast is ready," "Time to go to work," "Time to go to market" etc., at predetermined CStoXVtSi TM Contents 151?luidDjaolim! CASTORIA For Infants and Children. refused todny to discuss, roports from Paris published In this country that Myron T. Herrick, formerly Am erican Ambassador to Franco, had been chosen as an intermediary In negotiations with President-eleHarding regarding Mr. Harding's proposal for an association of nations, ct mi Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria hours. CENSUS ItEPORT ON OHIO COUNTY DRAINAGE AREA The Director ot the Census an nounces, subject to correction, the following preliminary figures for .organized drainage enterprises,) Jn Ohio county, Kentucky: Total area in organized drainage enterprises December 31, 1919, acres, 12,961; improved farm land, acres, 9,919; timbered and cut over land, acres, 2,193; other unimproved land, acres, 849. Total area ot county, acres, '373,760. Area of county in drainage enterprises, 3.5 per cent. Swampy or wet or subject to overflow, in organized drainage enterprises, acres 1,960. Cost of organized drainage enter prises, total $79,695. McLean county has spent $194,076 for drainage and 14.4 .per cent ot total area is i drainage districts. portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great Improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine nt once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonial, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward (or any cue of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been, taken toy catarrh auSerer for the past thirty-Av- e years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medlcne acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Blood and healing the Pol--son How's This? feii I PER CENT. S irrrnirrvr.-'l ATKnfnMPrMiarationferAS'I ::i..:,tihiTflnd bvEeula.- - 3 T..wtDrmintInDrsSU0l (toerfutaessandItestCafitw ncKtoOpmm.MapBu''- -j miacraLNqTNAHcoiW Always Bears the Signature of 11 dlt-eaa- ed fimp4 NEW ATTEMPTS RIADK TO SOLVE T1IK HtlSlI ISSUE London, Nov. 5. Two Interesting, although unofficial, attempts ore being mado to solve the Irish question, It developed today. The first of theso is an effort by Influential political quarters to Induce tho government to conmunlcato with tho Sinn Fein members of Parliament in order to try to rench a practical agreement nd prevent tho ruin of Ireland. Tho second 1b that throe coalition members of Parliament will formally propose a plan for. withdrawing the military in Ireland to strategic conters nnd allowing tho local authorities to take Jlto responsibility for tho preservation of law and order with tho eventual vlow of negotiating a political settlement of tho problem. . - groat howol ties. HEIIMNE regulator. It purifloa tho system, vitalizes tho blood and puts tho digestive organs In flno, vigorous condition. Price 60c. Sod by Ohio m County Drug Co. la c, . Irregular bowel movomerfts load to chronic constipation and a constipat ed habit fills tho system with impuri- - 3IUN ItEPAHATIONS 11AH1S AGUEEI) ON Paris, Nov. 6. Franco and Great Britain havo finally agreed on the quesTrocedure in four stages on the This reparations. tion ot Gorman condecision was reached after two between Preferences this afternoon Der-Jjmier Leyguea and the Earl ot at Paris. tho British Ambassador y, The procedure will embrace: First, a Brussels conference of ex. perts; second, a meeting at Geneva Detroit, Mich., Nov. 6. One seat Many admirers of W. J. Bryan wore greatly surprised to hear ot his In the State Senate, two Sheriffs and attitude on the subject ot philosophy. seven lesser county offices were givIn an address before a religious con- en to women in Tuesday's election in vention at Washington he Bald: "Wo Michigan, according to almost comhave allowed the doctrine of neutra plete returns today. All the successlity in rellgfon to be carried too far. ful candidates were Republicans. e'.ecied Wonon Iteasurers w-and colleges are' Our universities Tuscola teaching agnosticism nnd skepticism In Muskegon, Delta and undor the guise of philosophy, and Counties; Missaukee County elected tho minds of young men nnd young a Woman County Clerk, and women women are being corrupted." Ho candidates for Registrar ot Deeds of the .were successiui in Kaiamazoo ana CATTLE LOANED TO TEUTONS advocated tho prohibition teaching of philosophy that does notlOceola Counties. In Hillsdale Coun colncldo with tho doctrines of Chris ty n woman Drain Commissioner was For the purpose ot aiding Germany chos-'n- . tianity. and Austria to get back on their feet Tho Gfi.ud Rapid') district selected in the matter of dairying and cattle Mrs. ''a Hamilton as State Stnutir. raising, sympathetic organizations MINKS ARE TAKEN OVER IN MEXICO The women Sheriffs wore chosen In in this country havo entered negotiaBonzlo f ml Roscommon Counties tions with Texas farmers to purchaso Mexico City, Nov. 5. American, 150,000 head of cattle for $10,000,-00- 0 British and French mining compan- FRANCE'S BIRTH HATE within the next six months. The FAILS TO SHOW GAIN cattle will bo "loaned" to those two ies In tho Stato of Coahulla plan a protest to the Mexican Government countries in order to head off the Paris, Oet. 30. France's offort3 to possibility of tho allies' appropriating against tho lattor's decision to operate many mines in the State, owing raiso tho birthrate and lower tho this stock In partial payment ot the and death rate by means of the now Teuton indemnities. to tho inability of employers After a cers iikli.g workmen to reach an agree- Ministry of Hygiene aro too recent tain number of years an equal num to be judged by comprehonsive statis- ber of cattle will be returned to tho ment ending tho priitni btrike. It Is denied in ortVlui circles that tics. Tho importance ot the problem, American owners. however, is given pessimistic prom the ( overnment has intendod ta the mines, but It is assort- inence, anew by publication of the LUXUKY EXPENSES ed cruEtio measures aa necossaty it Labor Ministry's statistics for 1919. Bupply railroads and factories wth Therewere three deaths to two From a perusal of tax returns comfuol. The Constitution, it is pointed births last year. In only one de- piled by tho treasury department it out, authorizes mo uovornment to partment, Flnlsterro, did births ex- - appears that tho people of our councoed deaths. In a number deaths try spent nearly $23,000,000,000 for act in such an. omorgoncy. Representatives ot the Governor were double and even nearly treble luxuries during 1919. Of this amount $750,000,000 was spent by of Coahulla yostorday took ovor five the number ot'births. . mining properties, announcing that 'milady" for cosmetics. The men LEVIATHAN RAT INFESTED won, however, by burning up $l,n operations would start probably to300,000,000 In cigars and cigarettes. day. Many thousands ot rats, It is said, For jewelry $500,000,000 was put InThe men have been idle for ton days following a strike in support of are swarming in tho U, S. S. Levia- to the Jewelers' pockets, and a cool billion was contributed to feeding the demands for wage increases ranging than, formerly tho German liner now at Staten Island, N. Y. candy manufacturers. Autos gobprofits,. from 100 to 250 per cent,-Awas found bled up two billions. Chewing-guit Is said, will be turned over to the Fumigation by poison-ga- s unsuitable as It would take several stuck its users for 50 millions. ownors ot the mines. m woeks for the gas to clear away The man whose credit is best Is onough to allow anyone to return to J.he ship. It was decided to let the not the man who has the most monFOR' FLETCHER'S rats starve, as a result ot which ey, but the man who always pays F policy they havo devoured' every cat when he agrees to. ra oon-Ilsca- te m lis? In flSorWJIWfr' yisjrnrrrutrknr (kmipaWardDlarrtoW innlin4thercftonjnlaCuifyIS1 t f.fnr,fRpmerfyfof ESESsuaT - f . ah . Use For Over &19 jBECnrrAimCowsa NEWL Thirty Years CASTORIA Exiut Copy of Wrapper. thc cmTim company. Ncwfoniicrnr, DKXIES PROMISE TO I'Ol'E. the newspapers thru-otV ro'iii.ry tljat tau Knights ot Coluw "it'll urd promised to havo nn American ship In readiness to convey the pope In safety to the United States In case of gravo troubles In Italy has been stoutly donlcd by J. A.'FIaherty, supreme knight of thnt said organization. "Of course," Mr. Flnhorty, "we wquld s'vo his holiness no such assurance on the part of the United States. Whnt we did promise was to aid the head ot our church to our utmost ability whenever he might have nood of us." The statement that tho organization undortook to raise $1,000,000 for the Vatican Is also Incorrect, ho says tho amount given the pope for "Peter's ponce" coming from the knights' own pockets for use in charity work. 1 The report ut Thoy own tho land and are thus subject to house duty, but there Is a law to tho effect that when a house Is on wheels tho owner Is absolved from the .duty, provided the wheels mako " complete revolution at least once a year. The gypsies have become learned In tho law to the extent that when the tax collector puts In' his appearance an n. Immediate turning of wheels Is bo-gu- SACKED HULL IMPOUTKD A ranch in, Texas has como Into possession ot a "sacred humped bull" which is valued at $75,000. This Is the only llvlg sacred bull ever Imported from India He carried the mystic brand given him by u high priest in India, who was cast out when he sold it. la nuuy paits oC t'te world, and particularly In tho Orient, animals have been worshipped In from time we cannot reckon. India the sacred humped cattle aro tit allow) r vander every whorVj will. It one ot them wants to cat up a fnrmu's corn, bo. must not interfere wlh It. Even U it goes Into a housj It iiust not b9 driven outr m IIOV1KC1 GYPSIES HEAT X1IG TAX COLLECTOItS Children Cry CAS T0 R A V ,' V A large encampment of gypsies near Guilford, England, move every year about the same time Just six feet from their former location. list showing tho names of tho contributors and the various amounts contributed by each In olthor tho office AGAINST COHEN of tho commissioner or tho Stnto Fair. ''Eleventh Regarding 'Louisville ministers at smokors,' Cohen says some of tho Loulsvlllo ministers will V State-nien- t 1 -- Slate Inspector Issues testify to their presence at these banIn Fteply To Former moetlngs (meaning smokers or quets), and as to whether or not the Commissioner lllnnnr flowed. I now call unnn Mr .J Cohen to glvo tho names of tho Louis ville mlnlstors wlro attended a banFrankfort, Ky., Nov. S. Relternt-in- s quet given at the Scelbach Hotel on vory chnrgo made In his report September 11, 1916, whore forty covon tho Slnto Fair during tho time ers were laid and forty cocktails and that .Mat S. Cohen was commissioner ono pony cognac wero served. Also of ngrlcnlturo, State Inspector and on April 30, 1917, when a banquet I KxxinJner Henry E. James today Is- was served nt the Seolbach Hotel, In reply to the where $115.50 worth of food was sued a statement consumed as well as $17 worth 6f to the report nlado by Cohen. Tho Inspector Intimates, In tho liquors from the bar. Also banquet eourse.of his stntement, that legal ac- at snmo hotel Scptembor 11, 1917, tion ugalust Cohen Is contemplatod where thirty special covers were laid We will close all open accounts and sell for cash or produce only, from November 15, to about February 1, Hot erring to and thirty L. I), highballs consumed. "bj the commonwealth. Cohen cxbnerates the owner commissioner's statement "Twelfth--M- r. 1921, the time set for winding up our business in this town, preparatory to moving to our new location bnl .the Inspector "was acting n.i hlmsolf from 'graft' but adds that tho Hopkinsville, Ky. judge or Jury on the question of law inspector might look to the capltol s .anil facta Involved," Mr. James says: building and among state employes To this !statom,ent the "Unless J misjudge coming events elsewhere. thoio I be very much a Jury trial Examiner has this to say: That If Mr. Cohen has reasonable grounds for be- Jn dun course." Hovlng that there Is graft In or out Tho statement follows: "In answer to my charges of rcck-Ses- s, of tho capltol, ho Is no pajt of a goon waste, extravagance, duplication citizen unless he lets tho facts be .and imildlng of expense accounts of known ' to the Franklin County grand H. E. JAMES, Abe Slate Fair Board, Mr. Cohen Is Jury. "State Inspector and Examiner." .reported by the press as saying: "Tlrst That he accuses tho DENTAL NOTICE. of wilful exaggeration when Now is the time to have your Den-a- l Tie ssya that S.261 single ticket work attended to. Winter Is comof various kinds and meal thirls for tho year 1918 and 9,433 ing with rain and snow which makes lor ihe year 1919 were delivered to old teeth ache and abscess. Abscess"him. Replying to this denial tho ed Teeth or "Gum Dolls" aro danger "essunlner charges that Mr. Cohen Is ous. You are continually swallowing Each either telling a wilful falsehood or Is this deadly poisoned pus. densely Ignorant nnd reckless that nouthful of food carries this infection Queensware, and everything else in our stock means a substantial saving in this store where merchandise is 'Sre I alls lo realize the seriousness of Into the stomach. It Lowers vitali3iU statement. To substantiate this ty which invites cancer of the sold on a live and let live basis. Where we won't mark up in order to mark downf Where no deception of duwxB or any other charge that I mouth, throat and stomach, Diphany kind is practiced. Pneumonia, means you actually save 10 PER CEiNT on every dollar of your purchases. Taade In my report of August 5, 1920 theria, Tuberculosis, 1 refer Mr. Cohen to the record now Influenza, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, asu. Hie-ithe office of the Kentucky Iheumatism, Anoemia and even death MONEY IS MUCH EASIER TO MOVE THAN MERCHANDISE. It will be to your interest to supply ci frequently results from continually SlsZe Fair at Louisville, which In the swallowing pus. was made by and is your needs here. A mouth containing decayed teeth of tho employes of Mr, s a poisonous laboratory, which sends administration. a host of bacteria into the elementary Refers To Records. "'Srcond Mr. Cohen charges that tract. They multiply rapidly thus Tccolved In donations more than gain access to the lymphatic system "5JSA00 for tho years 1918 and 1919. and are carried to the distant organs. 1 asuJu refer to the records and to Soft spongy and' bleeding gumsgtvo & report for warning of approaching abscesses. 2iis uxpert accountants' Lady Attendent. were employed by tho fair IS"! who Yours respectfully, nt its star chamber session at Lexington. I also refer to . DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Rank Dldg. Rockport, Ky uris'lnal entries made in tho State Ofice opens S:30 a. m., closes 1 "t;: ledger by Cohen's assistants. " Third Mr. Cohen attempts to .: p. m., promptly. conference have been approved by the ItETl'ltMXC AMERICANS' The task of exhuming the bodies -- o rxteJy dodge the issue by lugging CAN'T PRAISE !T War Department at Washington. IIODIIIS RO('KKl)S RAI'IDIA" of soldiers burled In Great Britain XOTICK IX RANKRURTOE ;i 'lie 1917 Horse Show. Thp ox-.General Morris and Major Woo J.- was, finished three weeks ago, 80 per rii-did not mention the 1917 fair v TOO MUCH, HE SAYS yard comorred with Colonel Reed, '?orls, Nov. 9 Nearly 9,000 bodies rent of them being shipped to the U. a Ueali' exclusively with tho trans- In the District Court of the United United States CAvalry who has ben of American Boldters who died or S. , vnas, ul lp-1and 1919 and sug.-- States for the Western District of assigned as insififcttor-lnstruct' of' were killed in France during the war, Removal of 'bodies from occupied t i j that fanyona who doubts his Kentucky, KentuSUy after their return. Maj. havd' been shipped in Germany and Cohen-mad- e . In the Matter of William A. Vaught i.iroent examine the Glad He Took It For It Gen. G. XV. Reed Is commander of the States and turned over to the Uniteda areasjust been completed,Luxembourg " to their near-,Vj- has -' and nil or . jjBapkrupt In Bankruptcy. .ml. Completely Restored and took part fn the conference, eat relaties,nnd 1,00 more await thsm were sent to America. Working Fifth Mr. Cohen suggests UiaU To the Creditor of William vA. shipment at French porta. It la an- - forces will begin operations In BelHis Health 1i Hanna will not be.'satisf led with Vaught,' of 'Green River, in the G. O. I. GAIN'S MKMIIKRS nounced by the United States grave gium next month and from cemntcrios police, for fair ground infer- - ty'of Ohio, and district aforesaid, OF COXflRESS IN TKNNHSSHH registration service. Tho work of ra- - In that country 1,031 bottle will bo j n. ". That may. bo o.. but It was baijkrupt. moving the bodies of fallon Atnerl- - removed. The work of bxhuuiing Totire is hereby given that ,on ,the ,t.ily Uettionstrattja at the 1920 "In three weeks I picked up ten , Memphis, Tenn, Nov. 9. An offi- - cans Is expected to be comnleted bv bqjdlos in the Brest Bordeaux and St. of November, A. D'l92"p"tne pounds In weight and I can nay that . thai Cohen's number of 104,. qlal canvass in the Etyht Congros- - next 'summer. Lazaro nroas has been completed and f uajf 3,791.50, were hot necessary isalil Vaught was duly adjudicated Tanlac will do all they Bay It will," sional District gives Lon 'A. Scott, Nearly GO per cent of ail tho bodies now the efforts of. the American thai only thirty-We- e and that the first meeting said Barney Johnson Le$, 2220 war? I ,.. . .... . Rfiinilillmn., a malnrltv (if C.3X votes r,r . , ..n..... "i """-win "initio uuu uiiiibi.su moil ...m uu concemrniea on uio war zono, 'mi i'd lj'Mr. Hauna afa cost of . of creditors will be held at the law of-;- 1 Avenue, Louisville, Ivy. and tho victory ovdr his Democratic hurled lu French soil will be roturn- - It is not nrohable tlmt t. nf n, -- ' Jflce of Heavrln & Martin, In Hart- (sa.00. "Back In February I had ft spell opponent, Gordon Browning. oti to tho Unltod Statos according to ' uniform headstones reeontly do- ' Sixth Mr. Cohen denies that he 'ford, Kentucky, on the ISth'day of of tho "flu" that left mo all.run-dow- n ....a a liu receni estimates. At rrenuent Intor-- , elded unon bv the War Momnrlnla hdti anything to do with fleecing JNovembor A. D., 1920, at 1 P.' M at and my stomach out of order. After of the Tennessee i""""-"- ' dolegatlfln In" the'vals paronts and wives o5 dead sol-ne- Counoll Will be set in the four pernrle John Sholl at the 1919 fair. which time the said creditors may b I went back to 'work I was so weak House of Representative! on tho ' i0rg have come to Franco to remove manent cemoterlos until next autumn. I'xamlnur quotes fiom the aff Ida- - tend, prove their claims, appoint a I could hardly hold out during the faco of the returns as five Republl- ' o--t tho remains of their relatives, but u or J. A. Asher, as follows: "That;trustee.exanuno tne Bankrupt and day. My appetite was so poor I had and five Democrats a net Re- - on seeing tho cemeteries hero 'and HAItUnCUK WIL! BR ir. the said Asher, under tho order transact such other business as may to- - force down enough to keep me publican gain of threo members. laming of tho extreme caro taken of PUT OX FOR KRXST aaul ijirection of Mat S. Cohen, paid propqrly come before said meeting. alive and It always soured on my The official count in tho Fourth thorn have decided upon France as Tur said concession 20 per cent of tho 1 Petition filed October 30. 1920. stomach and caused me no end of District showed tho defeat of Rpre-'th- o final resting place for tho fallen, Covington, Ky., Nov. 10. Richard Owjensboro, Ky, November 5, 1920. trouble. atrtre amount which 20 per cent is My nerves were unstrung sentntive Cordoll Hull, Democratic L The exhumation of bodies within P. Ernst, United States Senator-oleJ. A. DEAN, the sum or $250.00 to Q T. Gatowood. was next to Impossible for mo to National Committeeman, by W. P. The it war zone began on Soptemhor 1G will bo the guest of honor at an old-ti1 quote from tho statement of Carl Referee In Bankruptcy. get a good night's sleep, I was Just Clouse. and since then work has been combarbecue to bo given at Latonla o played out. 'il IKonk, superintendent of conces about pleted In seventeen cemeteries. Race Track Saturday, November 20. VAIJjBV. IIEKCII sions, as follows: "I was advised byl "I had heard about Tanlac and nosixi:. Operations at Bony, the first of tho Six hundred Invitations will bo isMr. Coli on that no charge was to bo whon I saw tho statement of Rev. big American 'cemeteries, will begin sued nnd practically every town and ixojIo for tho space occupied by tho The farmers aro busy now, gather- Charles Sanders, of Huntington, W Mr. John M. Fprguson and wife next Saturday, and D5 per cont of Village In Kontucky will be ropro-sonte- d, KielJ tent.' In the fact of this ev- ing corn. Va I decided totry It. My appetite from New Mexico, are visiting Mrs Democrats as well as epub-llcaTho election passed off quietly picked up right away, and In a few Ferguson's mother, Mrs. Anna ICarp. tho men burled there will bo sent to idence is It any wonder that I have the United States. Nearly 2,000 men will bo Invited. It is planned here. Not many Demurrit women days- - the Indigestion commenced to connected him with tho matter?" Mr. John Allen and family visited will work all winter in order to com- to make It a nonpartisan affair In "Sevejjth Mr. Cohen certainly has voted, nnd wo don't supposa tho Re- leavo mo. Although I have taken on- relatives In noslne Sunday. plete the removals by next summer. honor of Mr. Ernst's victory. BaxE a change of mind about making publican women heru suffered any in- ly two bottles of Tanlac 1 have gained Mr. and Mrs. John Plerco, of Beaconvenience in getting to the polls, ton pounds, my nerves aro strong and ver Dam, visited Mrs. Betsey Plerco xtjinraUon for the amount his wore padded and duplicated as there wero pleuty of Fords sti.Tir.g I sleep like a top every night. 1 am Sunday. , l tur, J say very frankly and, I believe, around. as well and strong as I ever was and Mrs. Combs, who has been sick for 1ht other gentlemen present at the Mrs. Myrtlo Taylor 13 on the sick feel like my old self again." some time, is Improving slowly. conference will agree with me that list. Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr A landslide for Harding In- - the Miss Lodolle Magan has been on L. n. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. election and the womon rejoicing CuUen novor Indicated that ho would the slik list a few days this week 1ny bnek. Taylor, Jr.; and In McIIenry by S. over victory In their first vote. Messrs J. C. Magan, Wll Tsui!-- , J. Tlchenor. "The accused need not worry about Advertisement. Mr. Truman Taylor Is suffering 'inspector acting as judgo or Jitiy Hill Martin and Jim Uoy Westerflold, from an attack of rheumatism. on iho question of law and facts In- - i f Magan. went to Hartfov 1 Tuesday. LAX XHW UNITS OK Mr. Nute DaUgherty Is still In the , i. voivnii, but unless I lnlsjuiU'o couuni; on uusiness. GUARDSMKN FOR STATU hospital, but some what conv;.scent Mr. and Mrs. Jim L. Patton, of CTontB there will be very much of a Mrs. John H. Williams went to Ralph's, attended church at Marvin's jury trial In due coarse. A number 6f new units of National Beaver Dain this week, to have dental ' Eighth Mr. Cohen says that a Chapel Sunday, and dined with fteir Guardsmon will be organized In Ken work done. iSaitsent Inspoctor would have soarch- - daughter, Mrs. T. S. Miller and Mr tucky It has been announced, followMr. Tom Raymer and Miss Sula ing a conference 'among officers of Johnson wore niarrletl ct Yhi records of the Agricultural Miller. Saturday Miss Arzella Magan has returned tho Fifth Military Corps Area, com nlghr. A happy TLttmnra aiml there found a list of tho "Just a few minutea now, Peggy dear, and Daddy will he back home reunion, as they "VaullrnjaVors.' That In exactly what homo, aftor spending some time with posed of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and wero married to each other onco bo- t niui a utc DOlllC.Ol X ilid, but search was all. Tho list her grandmother, Mrs. Dell Magan, West Virginia, at Fort Benjamin Har- foro this. wvim 7int there and an employe of Mr of Magan. rison. Adjt. Con. Jackson Morris There will be a pie supper at the Mr. J. h. Patton, of Ralph's and and Maj. Thomas XV. Woodyard, from Bchoorhouse at Roslne, Saturday fCubnTa during his term as comiulu-lalonmade a most thoro search and John Midklff, of Whitosvllle, were in this State attended. Plans to organ- night, November 13th, conducted by for you. Then you can go to sleep and forget uaiQ tw mo that such a list was not Hartford Monday on business. that horrid old cough." ize two divisions of National Guard the teachers, Miss Alma Simpson and And as usual Mother Is right, but why not rhun) nnil had never been there to in the area wore made. Miss Lona Oiler. save poor old dad the night trip to the drug DON'T GUKS.S ON STOCK! Kentucky's quota of 3,900 men &er "knowledge. . Mr. Shropshire, the Mr. Talton Embry is In Owensboro C0U6HS IjssSai I store next time by having an extra bottle of snsHitfiam,' secretary of the fair, also 300 for each Congressman and Sena this week, on business. Kemp's llalsam in the house all ready for big and little coughs alike ? The merchant who attempts to tor will bo divided among several tiuHl me that such a list had never m Get a bottle bow. 8)ten Hied In the fair office. I again keop his stock by the guess "method i branches of service It was stated, ( Shirts were first generally worn In CUARANTCED charge thUl Cohen solicited and re- - Is all wrong, no matter how small land tho exact organization will be an- - the west of Europe in tho eighth Lc Hoy. N. Y. I nounced when the plana made at the century. rzcUed. .contributions without filing n a storo ho conducts. mm law suit flRFAT nn-siv- cr Monday, November 15, 1920 made on our regular prices in every department of this big store from November the 15th on, except flour and feed. 10 10 PfT (Vnf- RpfWHflll wille K na Per Cent Reduction on Your Clothing, Shoes, Ready-to- Wear, Millinery, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Silks, Notions, Hosiery, Groceries, Furniture It rj n re-sa- hand--TjrHi- ns Co-Sc- a E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. or . BRO t ilj tf de-it- r Goun-...Usvil- le . lsfc-tla- Ly-on- rf ' Ami.nnin.....i fit "B'""1 xt I at-T- up-ca- ns i ct 'A"1 ns X , ' tie j Kemps Balsam f