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Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 21 CIRCUIT COURT TO CONVENE NOV. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, working, enabling them to escape to tho chamber whoro the nlr shaft Is sunk. Tholr exit to tho south still was cut off, howover, and tholr escape could not be effected until several othor barricades wero erected, which was started early this morning. Rescue Car Is Sent. o Pittsburg, Nov. 17 Tho Pittsburgh Station section of tho of the Bureau of Mines, when Informed of tho flro In tho mine at Earllngton, Ky., Immediately ordered a minc-rcsccar at Seco, Ky to proceed to tho sccno of tho disaster and glvo all possible aid In rescuing tho entombed men. Tho car, which is manned by a full crew and equipped with standard apparatus, will be hurried to Earllngton ns'fast as tho railroads can move It. mlno-res-cu- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920. thero appar ently had no check on the value of articles purchased and testified that supplies he purchased camo to him without adequate billing and inspec tion. Bologna he said, cost the board more than veal. Ackermau was steward on the steamer DIo which previous witnesses said was the ship .concerned in the manipulation of fuel oil at Rio do Janerio with alleged profit to its captain and some of Its ofticors of $9,000. He said he had nothing to do with this matter and was not ask. ed to Join in it. He did corroborate testimony of previous witnesses that sufficient meat was taken on board in the South American port to last the ship for nine months, tho in eat being bought by the captain. Some of tho meat he added, was thrown over board after tho ship put to sea be cause it spoiled. Officials of tho Submarine Boat Corporation, in a. statement issued to day, took exception to testimony glV' en before the committee yesterday by Thomns H. Purtell, who said he was an Inspector of hulls in the corpora tion's yard in 1918, and describes riT veting work thero as "fierce." The statement claims tho vessels, the hulls of which Purtell testified he inspected, only recently havo been examined by the department of tho superintending engineer and found to be entirely tight and seaworthy. The corporation officials say the ships in question have been thru severe tests nt sea and are now report ed by their masters and engineers to be in no need of repairs which reports, they claim, should show Pur- tell's testimony to be unfounded. ALEXANDER CEMETERY 15 TO BE IMPROVED SHIP DOARD BLAMED FOR ENORMOUS LOSS board's roprosentntlvo 22 Five Dead One Missing As Result Of Blaze, 11 Rescued. Nov. 17. Five Earllngton, miners nro dead smothered by K-- ., Movement On Foot To Care Property Worth Millions Left Unprotected To For Old Burying Grounds. Certain of our local citizens who havo relatives burled at tho Alexander Cemetery are endeavoring to get funds together for tho Improvement of thnt Cemetery. This Is Indeed a worthy causo and it is to be hoped that tho necessary funds will bo raised. The Cemetery Is now in such condition that it will bo necessary to dig up the roots of tho honey suckle, myrtle and stubblo In the ground, spade up tho whole cemetery, rebuild mdun'ds, got a start also to straighten leaning stones and repair broken ones. It Is also tho desire to put up a new and appropriate fence. Perhaps few realize the historical Interest attached to this cemetery In it is burled ono Alenander Baruett, who was born in Virginia in 1743. His wlfo, who was Jane Montgomery, born 1748, ls'also buried there. Alexander Barnett was a soldier He served in the In the Revolution. southern wing of tho Army first with General Gates, later under Nathaniel Green. One of his brothers, Joseph, who afterwards came to Kentucky with him, also served In tho Revolution. From tho time of their enlistment the two brothers did not meet until nt tho surrender of Comwallla at York town. Alexander Barnett came to Kentucky with Daniel Boono in 1778, and was with him in tho Paint Creek expedition. . Ho went" back to Virginia and then In 1782 or 1783 returned To Kentucky with his family, and also his brother Joseph and. his family, tho former settling north Hartford and the latter in tho Sul phur Springs neighborhood. Alexander died in IS 19, and his wlfp In 1825. Their children wero as fallows: Mary, 'born 1770, died 1814, un- Deteriorate. Now York, Nov. 16 Machinery and shipbuilding equipment, valued at millions of dollars, was left out in the open to deteriorate in value months after plants were closed down with the ending of tho wnr, Paul H. MacNolI, a former resident engineer of the shipping board in tho South re Atlantic district, testified today the Walsh committee, Investigating shipping board affairs. MacNeil said ho was satloncd at Savannah and had five yards under his supervision, his Immediate chief being R. II. Dillingham, nt Jacksonville, thfe district plant 'engineer. Just what his own authority was, he did not know, he testified, but ho said ho "assumed a great deal In the endeavor to straighten out tangles." He said the yards wero "well organized "better, perhaps, than was the y emergency fleet forces, for they could get the better of the government organization." He brought Into his testimony the name of the Terry. Ship Yards and the National Shipbuilding Company, and a marine railway organization, over which he .Ho said that the had supervision T,erry people had a trust loan from tho fleet corporation to be used in ship construction, and thnt over his protest monsy in thl3 fund was used to finance a subsidiary organization work, when their engaged in dry-dod contracts were only about complete. Thru his efforts $116,000 of this fund was held up, but ho added that he had ascertained that part of the money was again diverted. Plnds Vouchers Missing. Speaking for the National Ship Building Company, the witness said that work had shut down previous to his arrival on thoscene. "I found nothing had been done to take caro of tho properties and valuable machinery was left uncovered to the weather," ho said. On his own responsibility he took steps to save as much of it as was possible. He invoiced the properties as to quantity and percentage depreciation, but not as to value. His "guess" at its value was between $1,500,000 and $2,000,-00- 0. He also asserted that in the auditing of tho affairs of the plant 101 numbered vouchers could not be accounted for. Another point he made was that equipment, ordered previous to the closing of the plant, was still coming to the yard. He tried to have it stopped and suggested it was new and could be returned to the vendors by payment of tho freight only. "They told me to keep my hands off and let the machinery comb,' Mac-Ne- ll declared. The Terry Yard, he testified, had a complete equipment and contracts for several tankers and composite Shipments, none of which was completed. Ho valued the equipment of this yard at about $1,500,000 and added that while there was sufficient lumber on hand to build sheds to protect tho exposed machinery, it was not done. The Marine railway, he testified, was built on land owned by a private Individual, who had an agreement for rental of his property, with no specific amount named. The railway was built with emergency fleet funds amounting to about $100,-00- 0 with an additional $12,000 worth of filling supplied by the government This propfor another operating. erty, ho said, was in controversy, and It was his opinion that under tho laws of Georgia, it was owned by the man who had title to the land. The rental asked, he understood, amounted to about ten times the appraised value of the plant. Tho witness said he had no criticism of the manner in which the yards under his Jurisdiction fcwere handled while they were active, but he did criticise the manner In which the financing was taken care of. The Stewart service of the board was gone Into by Sidney I. Ackerninn, recontly on the steamship South Pole. He told of alleged unsatisfactory methods of marking purchases of supplies for shipping board vessels In foreign ports, particularly at New Castle, England. He said that the bo-fogen-rallck one-thir- Two Weeks' Session Both Ciyil And Criminal Cases Are Up. The Ohio Circuit Court is to bo convened in Its regular November term n..t Monday, th 2'nd, for a two weeks session. Qul'td a ::umbor of cases, some of considerable Importance are to bo neard u' tl la term. A Grand Jury is to' be impaneled and both civil nnd criminal actions are, and will be placed on the docket for uo smoke and ono Is missing, bollovod to bo lost in tho mlno, as tho result of (lames breaking out nt 2 o'clock Tuosday afternoon In tho Arnold coal y( mine, a mllo south of hero. After battling for hours mlno rescue crows erected barricades which enabled eleven survivors, carrying tho dead with' them, to mako their way to tho north chamber, under an air shaft, at midnight. The rescuers hoped to erect other barricades to men to be carried out tho entry on tho south side some time today. Tho dead aro: WHITE. Roy Carnes, 21 years old, single Hugh Mack Perkins, 35, married. Jack Bond, 45 married. NEGROES. Alex James, 34. George tAndrows, 42. The missing man and tho eleven survivors nro negroes. . - WHOIHtEY HAGERMAN trial and Mls3 Mr. Curtis Whobrey Georgia Hagormnn wero united In tho bonds of matrimony Tucsdny after a, noon at, tho homo of Rov. R. E. sol'onmlzlng tho tho Rov. Fuqun rites. Tho young couple nro excellent people and have tho best wlshos of their largo number of friends. They left Immediately for Terro Haute, Ind., whoro Mr. Whobrey Is employed, to mako their future home. Fu-qu- neEmmett Francis, a gro trappod in tho mine, is missing, Tho immediate ancestors of Miss and hopo for his rescue allvo Is prac- Trlda Longtime nnnounco the engagetically at an end. Search, however, ment and approaching marriage of was continued for him, but it was their only and bqautlful daughter, to d feared that ho had been buried be- Mr. I. Ama Goette. Tho neath falling slate. of event to take place at the Court House, Hartford, Thursday night, NoKlcvcn Afo Saved. much-talke- longtIme goette in womanless wedding a The lives of tho cloven survivors wero saved by tho compressed nlr piped Into tho mlno for use in tho operations, according to threo negroes who wore able to climb tho y-- nlnoty-flve-foladder In tho shaft to the surface this morning. When they felt themselves growing faint the men would turn on tho coinpresspd-al- r valves and gulp In the air from outside. Six physicians and Red Cross nurses climbed down tho shaft this morning and ministered to tho survivors, who wore too weak and 111 to climb out to safety. Blanket3 wero taken down and cans of hot coffee, besides stimulants. Tho shaft 13 too small to permit tho men being carried out on cots or stretchers and tho survivors must wait until tho rescue crow erocts other barricades. The rescuers reached tho lniprLsomd men and tho dead by working from tho shnft at tho north end of the mlno. Gathered about tho ontranco of the mlno and near tho air shaft, through which early last night smoke, was belching, tho families of tho impris oned minors and of tho victims wero gathered. Bond and Perkins have families of several children. The negroes Imprisoned in tho mino this morning wore JImmio Rose, John Radford, Gcorgo Hlnes, Tom Gant, Henry Jomlson, Jeff Hall, Lander Luton, Henry Yarbrough, Tolbert Yarbrougb, Clarenco Jemlson and JImmio Crouch. Wallace Hlnes, negro driver, discovered tho fire, which Is believed to . have started In a short circuit in a cable. Hlruos was taking a car of coal out of tho mine. Ho ran tho gauntlet of the flames and was nearly .suffocated by gas and smoko. Reaching theoutslde, he spread tho alarm. The other miners were in four chambers far back in the mine. The flames started threo miles back from the ot nineteen hundred trenty, at 7:30 o'clock. This play and entortalnment has an caste, tho majority of whom aro well known actors of special merit, at least along certain linos. While their notions mny not bo vouch ed for, always, by everybody, yet It is a safo prophecy to state that all who attend these nuptials will be sat lsfled boosters of the entertainment and nono will ask for (or got)MheIr money back at the box office. Tho entertainment Is stnged under the auspices of the Local Parent-Teach- er Association and tho proceeds thereof are to bo applied to tho good of tho Extend a help cause of education. ing hand, tho causo Is a worthy ono, besides you attend under a guarantee that it Is worth moro than tho money you pay (whether you'happen to vember tho twenty-fifth, all-ma- lo MASONS MAKE MOVE FOM WORTHY PROJECT jf married. Jano, born 1772, died 1828, married her cousin Josoph Barnett, who was born 1777, died 1823. Rachol, born 1774, died 1803, married her cousin Robert Barnett, who , died 1797. was born Rebokah, born 1777, died 1858, married James Balrd, who was born 1781 died 1868. Sarah, born 1782, died 1862, unmarried. Robort, born 1784, died 1SC5, marCondltt, who was ried Elizabeth born 1794, died 1830. of birth, no record Elizabeth, death or marriage. , Lucretla, born 1786, died nmrrled M. S. Bennett. Josoph, no rocord of birth, death, bo satisfied or not) entrance. Tho miners all wero equipped with gas masks, but apparently the smoke and gas was so heavy that the masks proved inefficient. The roar of the flames could be heard on the surface yesterday afternoon. Trained mine rescue crews from the "West Kentucky Coal Company at Sturgis, with full equipment of gas helmets and pulmotors reached the mlno late in Jho afternoon and went io work wi(h"the trained rescurers of the St. Bernard Coal Company, which owns tho Arnold mine. Frank D. Rash, manager of the company, and Lee Stlllwell, superintendent, person- -, ally aided In the rescue efforts. Barricades of timbers were erected and in some places cloth curtains hung. This cut off the air from the flames and by this means the smoke was diverted from the four chambers Ayhere the imprisoned men had been Thore aro 48 characters in tho play, but It is doomed sufficient, an swering tho purposo, to set, out only 8 of them, as follows: Miss Trlda Longtime bride A. '. PortorjMr. I. Ama Goette, groom Ellis Foster; Protta Wydout, flower girl C. O. Hunter; Hadem Sawdoff, ring bearer Walter Parks; Sheza Daisy and Heza Purl, ribbon-beare- rs marriage. Jantfes Glenn and Ross Taylor; or Most of these children are also Miss Stllla Struggler, Maid of Honor burled in Alexander Cemetery. Harold Holbrook. Alexander took up an enormous Admission 25 and 35 cents. tract of land north of Hartford, as j stated above. From this land ho ASSOCIATION OF I'ARENT- deeded the strip on which the AlexTEACIIERS AT FORDSV1LL13 ander Cemetory and school house aro "Baptists and PresbyterMrs, John B. Wilson, of this place, located to ians, and for burial purposos." went to Fordsvlllo, Wednesday, where This cemetory is in an extremely she assisted in tho organization of a disheveled condition, is fast going Parent-TeachAssociation, Mrs. It is put in condiWilson reports that a splendid, work- down, and unless tion many graves are destined to being organization was affected, and come lost. It is hoped that everythat much gjod to thj causa of eduone descended from tho above, and cation may bo expected from tho now everyone who has relatives burled In association, In that section of tho tho Alexander Cemetery, will desire ' County. to make a contribution toward this work. Anyono decjrlng to do so will MESDAMES 1URKIIEAD AND MISCHKE ENTERTAIN please send card or letter to A. M. Barnett, Hartford, Ky., stating Mrs. E. E. Birkhead and Mrs. H. E. amount ho or she is willing to give, ContributMischke entertained the Ladles' So- with name and address. Club yesterday afternoon, at tho ed. cial In addition to the above and among home of the former, on Center Stroet. of Mis. Mischke, the entertainment other large families, the heads For was a sort of farewell affair to the which were old settlers of that reclub, of which she has been a mem- gion of tho County, and numbers of bers for soveral years, as she Is to re their descendants repose in this burymove to Springfield, Tenn., December ing ground are tho Stevens family, 1st. Aside from the fact that the tho Tlnsleys, Fords and Aliens. minds of those present wero perhaps yILLIAMS TAYLOR. tinged with tho thought of her loss to the club, the event was one of tho Mr. and Mrs. Sep T. Williams an most enjoyable of the season. and ap A delicious lunch was served after nounce the engagement the games were concluded. Those proaching marriage of their daughter, present, besides the club members Anna Mario, to Mr, Claud Llles Taywere: Mesdamos Z. H. Shultz, Os- lor. The ceremony will bo performcar Bishop, Henderson Murphreo and ed at Liberty church, Wednesday evSidney .Williams. ening, December 1, at 8 o'clock. er At the instance of Matanzas Lodgo, F & A. M Hartford Lodge No. 675, authorized and directed A. C. Porter, Master, to communicate with all of the other. Masonic Lodges, 15 in number, within the County, to tho proposition with reference that the lodges as a whole, take such steps as equitable and necessary with the view of taking one ward from the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Home, a boy or girl from Ohio County, preferably, and defraying the expense necessary to their acquiring a good high school education. Boys and girls of the home receive common school training, that is to Petit Jury. tho eighth grade, and according to R. C. Hocker, L.' A. Stevens.'N. W. rules of the institution, are then dis- uoseloy, R. E. Baldwin, John Duncan, charged, you might say Just as they L. C. Harper, Burt Barnard, C. E. arrive at that period in life where, Miller, Ike Henning, O. T. Burdett, they aro capable of taking on a good Gilbert Hoskins, J. W. Odell, J. S. and useful high school education. Kirk, H. E. Daniel, S. D. Ferguson, Mr. Porter has forwarded notices Ben Woodburn, J. W. Taylor, Rosco o each of the lodges within the Coun- B. Jarnagln, U. S.. Condltt, Martin ty, asking that action bo taken auFleener, W. C. Nicely, J. S. Lanham, thorizing and directing that a dele- Sam Jamc3r R. B. Tomp3on, Roscoe gate or representative attend a meet- Calloway, J. B. Renfrow, Cecil Cooping to be held in the Lodge Hall at er, Arthur P. Daniel, M. N. Duvall, this place, December 22, at 10 o'clock C. D. Hudson, J. C Dugglns, R. H. ' A. M., that plans may.be perfected Goodall, Allcdore Brown, R. L. Ham to put the project into realization. ilton, Ed Langly, Estill Board. It is estimated that the total cost a to the combined lodges would noti OFFICIAL FIGURES SHOW exceed $300.00 per year, an insignifiIL1RDING CARRIED THIRD cant outlay, considering the very great good that may bo accomplished. Official count in tho Third Con mm gressional District revealed that Sen POUND SUPPER. ator Warren G. Harding had carried the district by nine votes, over Gov. A Pound Supper will be given at James M. Cox in the race for PresAlexander School House Saturday ident, while Senator J. C. W. Beckj night, November tho 29th. The pro ham received a majority of 410 over ceeds from which aro to be donated Richard P. Ernst in the Senatorial to the Kentucky Childrens' Home contest, R. Y. and Congressman Society. The entertainment and sup- Thomas was by a majority per are to be given by the school, un- of 557 over John H. Gilliam, Repubder supervision of tho teacher, Dudley lican Congressional candidate. Westorfleld. The district vote was: Harding, . m 4;. 36,134; Cox, 36,125; Beckham, METHODIST CHURCH. Ernst, 35,874; Thomas, 36,430; Gilliam 35,782. at the There will be preaching MARRIAGE LICENSE Methodist church in Hartford next Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7. p. m. Seth Rhoads, Route 5, Hartford, Tho new pastor earnestly solicits the presence of every member and a cor- to Rilla Morgan, Route 4, Phllpot. Leonard Lee Carter, Equality, to dial Invitation is extended to the genpublic. Why not turn over a Violet Adlngton, Centertown. eral Curtis Whobrey, Terro Haute, Ind. new leaf and begin attending Church to Georgia Hagerman, Hartford. again? We shall expect you. George Cummtngs, Dundee, to NanT, T. FRAZIER, Pastor. nie Dover, Dundee. MRS. GENTRY DEAD. "SOME" BEETS Mrs. Casander Gentry, an aged and Rev. W. J. Miller, of Route 2. highly respected lady, died at her home Sunday night, of erysipelas, at brought two beets to this office a lbs. "old" Mercer mines, near Render. few days ago that weighed 8 Funeral services were conducted by One tipped the scales' at 4 and tho pounds. They are of tho Rev. Albert Maddox, at Goshen, other at 4 where the romalns wero burled Mon- red variety, smooth and of good, shape. day afternoon. 36.-28- The Docket for tho first five days has been nVadc up as follows: 1st Day Monday" Nov. 22. George W. Shultz, vs. R. L. Simmons, etc.; R. H: Wesferfield vs., Frank Roberts; Acme-Jone- s Co., vs. W. E .Ellis &c; Bank of Fordsvlllo, vs. John M. Graham. 2nd Dny Thursday, Nov. 23. Alva Karnes, vs. Fred M. Klein &c; J. W. Hazolip, vs. Same; Flora How ard, vs. Ohio County Drug Co. 3rd Dny Wednesday, Nov. 24. I. C. Orkes, vs. Broadway Coal Co.; Ernie Bell, vs. Ben Qulgg; A. C. A. vs. L. Marlow; A. C. A., vs. Charlie Carter; A. C. A. vs. Joe Seaton. 4th Day Thursday, Nov. 25. N. P. Dennis, vs. W. H. Maddox; C.W. Reynolds, vs. V. B. Currey; Ida H. Barnard Admrx., vs. Rockport Coal Co.; L. A. Adams, vs. Same. 5th Dny Friday, Nov. 20. Comth. of Ky., vs. Hudson Floner; Comth. of Ky vs. Marshal Jarvls; R. A. Rowan, vs. W. L. Allen &c.;-R. Goodall, vs. L & N. R. R. Co.; Rough River Lumber Co., vs. Same; S.- A. Mosoley vs. James P. Southard. The following list of citizens have been summoned, from which, tho grand and petit Juries are to be selected: Grand Jury. E. J. Crunk, Harlln Stevens,," R. B. Canary, William Chick, W. K. Har din, Guy S. Hazelrigg, Ira Hicks, J. T. Ralph, Earl S. Miller, L. F. Glbbs, J. D. Monroe,, R. C. Miller, Charlie L. Mulllkin, J. A. Leach, William John son, E. A. Carter, J. E. Armstrong, J. J. Harrison, J. H. Keown, J. M. Parrls, W. F. .Newcomb, E. CrWood-bur- n, R. F. Keown, Forrest Hendrick. L. "i fr1 i s-- i 191S came round, President Wilson tho world safe for democracy" but If victory for much higher thlng3 than mumummr. i mmst. im.n.jwn'i,WMWii.'' g.ive it out that it was a roforendum what this country has had under his thoso that nro involved In tho plataamaaMmflnmn tit (r on his poaco plans and that he would regime Is domocracy, then tho pcoplo form of any party. It partakes of WENT REPUBLICAN accept tho verdict ns such. But whon will not have It. They may honor tho solomn Judgment of God, and if your grocer for Caltho peoplo spoke and elected a Repub- his talents nnd will sympathize with thoso who nro called to power under umet Baking Powder and be lican congress In placo of tho Demo- him In his affliction; but it would "not It nro not faithful to that holy trust sure that you get it the In cratic one, ho Ignored this mnndato be democracy to let tho will or even they will bo dosorvlng of perdition. Pro- nnd said, defiantly, that he would still tho wcltaro of any single man block, dianheadon tlieorangelabel. IReview Of Conditions Wo cannot envy tho Republicans Then forget about bake toll Europo that our people woro tho progress of the nations. They tho hugo. responsibilities they will ducing Political Rebacking hlm'up In all his demands. day failures. For you will must move on In the great march of havo to undertake In their adminisvcrsals. never have any. Calumet A round-robi- n list of senators, suf- civilization, and they cannot stop, tration of tho nation In the next four always producca the sweetto prevent tho ratification of oven when a great loader drops out. years. They will meet with many ficient est and most palatable foods. Poaco to Woodrow Wilson; ho In- difficulties and It will often bo hard his peace treaty, gavo warning to tho . (rnthflndcr.) world that Wilson did not represent tended well, but he Buffered under to toll what tho way of wisdom Is. And noio remember, you Tho pcoplo of tho United States, the majority will of the nation and handicaps which wero trio much for They will got a great deal of blamo alwavs use less than of most responding to tho "solcrim referen- that tho contract ho was making him. Tho people havo beeu very pa- no mattor what they do. But they other brands because it pos- dum" demnnded by President Wil-jso- n, would never bo O. K.-eBut still tient with him, and .they would have should not, on that account, shirk wssc3 rjreater Icavcninff strength. hnvo rendered n solemn verdict. he rofuscd to bo guided. shown much more sympathy for him tho duty that has been imposed on TPhla vardlct closes ono chapter In tho Secrotary of Stato Lansing was In If it had not been for. the policy of them. world's history rind opens n new ono. Paris with him and counseled him secrecy nnd falslflcatlpn which was Tho peoplo In their majesty havo Xct tho dead bury their dead. called tho Republican party back Into that tho league plan would not be adopted at tho White House. spectaclo In- - approved by It is an First tho public wns told that his power, aftor an Interval of olght the American pcoplo .decd when 25 million citizens go to "whon they found what It let them ailment was nothing serious nnd years. Tho Republicans whon In rtho polls and register their Judgment. In fori" But tho president lived In nothing In the nature of paralysis, power before had become corrupt and .It may not always be true that "tho a world of ecstatic "visions" and he or mental trouble. His doctors said content, Just as tho Democrnts havo, voice of tho peoplo is tho volco of spurned all advice and warnings. Fi- that ho was capable of doing a full and they well deserved to bo given n TJod," but under our form of governnally he uncerembnlously kicked Lan- day's work. Then Jiut beforo ejec- vacation. Now it is up to them to ment tho majority will is entitled to sing out of his cnblnet, because ho tion, as If to arouse an emotional provo thnt they havo gained wisdom trulo, and when tho pcoplo speak thun- wanted around hi in only men "whoso wavo In his favor, It was clven out from their chastening. They must derously ns they have now spoken, it mind would go along with his", ns that, after all, he was a hopeless in consider themselves not ns having oboy-e- d. .means a command that must be ho himself said. He got his "facts", valid and a broken old man. If the autocratic powers or as representHero is democracy, If It exists nil from partisan sources and he was samo lack of candor had been used ing any section or class but as agents t all. often misled into falso assertions. He whon Garfield and McKInloy woro drafted by the people to put In efy There is no waste. If 88 The election outcome Involves so would never listen to nnythlng from lying stricken by assassin bullets the fect measures which will bring "tho recipecalbforonecgg two bb many elements that It cannot bo ex- tho "other side;" ho contended that public would havo had the samo right greatest good to the greatest numCalumet cuds 01 Hour urit a cud or on pressed in general terms. But for tho any to think that there was something vo. ber." Columbia milk ' amrposes of history it Is instructive there could bo but ono side to that's all you use. 0 ry wrong. Muffin Tho South Is the only section where question, and that wns his side. You never have to to sketch some of the determining Recipe Cox, ns we say, took on himself the tho Domocratlc party has saved anyPresident Wilson was determined 1 CUpS EiftcJ Contains only such ingrefactors. onus of tho Wilson policies, and it thing to speak of this time; and that to extond the bjesslngs of dients as have been officially... flour, 4 level t First of courso tho result Is a resection goes Democratic from habit CalumLt etc to all the remote peoples broke his back politically. Wilson approved by U. S. Pood Authorities," pudiation of Wilsonism. Baking Powder, product of the larficst, most and groups of the globe but his "vi had, discovered that ho was wrong in and not from principle Thoro Is lit I is the 1 tablespoon su President Wilson never represented assuming that the peoplo wero for tles real democracy there, for only n modern and sanitary Baking Powgar, 1 tcaspun majority of the American peoplo. sion" failed to take in the people the league, and it was this discovory 3mall fraction of tho peoplo nro al der Factories in existence. ealt, 2 ewr. 2 He made lie won power by a fluke. But In- right at honfe. the doctrino the error that laid him low. But still he did lowed to tako any part In the govern Gluten gives flour a Rood part of cups of sweet that tho modestly realizing that he of laying down milk. ThcnmU stead of its fotd value the clement that not take the lesson to heart nnd he in- ment owing to the menace of tho nein tho regular represented only a minority he not prohibition question and the woman sisted that Cox must resurrect nourishes the bodv To be sure of But even In the' a gro domination. way. question were local issues grttln It, u nnly pure Jinfcimf podr only assumed that ho represented "an suffrage corpse into which he himself, its cre- South the campaign revealed that pliin Hour, Iprt felrTjjInjj flpjirjj overwhelming majority" but he went for each state to decide for itself. ator, find been unable to infuse the Republican sentiment is something wag a reactionary bourbon Idea, further and took to himself powers This that-hj- s got to be dealt with In tho tainted with the old "state rights" breath of life. hat were almost despotic. Ono thing that the peoplo as a future. The South will never again being fired doctrine, and though later ho tried Wo give him credit for whole men and women of all par be as "solid" as It has been and to hedge, the people didn't forget. Uiy high ideals, but events have shown Cox, when nominated, was the ties resented was the falso claims this Is. well for tho South and the reaathat ho exceeded tho bounds of and wicked, slanderous "whisperings" whole nation. son. Ho put the control of the go- strongest candidate tho Democrats which tho Democrats depended on to Tho women of course held tho balcould have chosen, as the Pathfinder ravernment largely into the hands of said. But, right on the start he made carry them to victory. "Keep the ance of power In this election, nnd dicals, visionaries, pacifists and White House white." was one watch- - they swung It In great shape. TI1030 BLACK-DRA- W He chose a pacifist for the fatal mistake of taklnc on hIs tmu was passecl anmna. it obstructors who argued that tho wo WI1- - pNOra shoulders the colossal burden of n secretary of war, an based on the charS that Hard-th- e men would either not voto nt all or made Sot secretary of the navy, a labor un- sonlsm. HeHouse a pilgrimage White and received his ,,nB's grandmother was a negro. This would voto as their hasbands told secretary of labor and a ionist for "lesson" from the "schoolmaster;" he of course was a foul, criminal slander. them wero belled. The women turn- WLite Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Com. dangerous radical for his assistant, class-roovowing It had a big effect in those sections ed out In ono grand army and they college professor for came out of the jx liigh-broand ,Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draug- lt that he and Wilson wero "at ono" where the race question is the pri voted like tho better class of men, onacecretary of agriculture, and so on mary issue; but it was a boomerang ly "more so." They havo shown that Came and Stayed. And yet he trusted none of his chos- - ' on everything and that ho would. If that hurt Cox elsewhere. thejr are going to Jio a besom of den helpers, but insisted on taking elected, carry out the promises that Then the course of American struction for all those who scok to personal chargo of everything and Wilson had made, whatever they Federation of Labor, inthe taking sides obstruct real progress in any lino, Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thcd feeling ailer meals. Sour stomach and were 'fnllng them, as well as congress, as a politically and commanding the elec- - and that they will be more Indepenht This was too much, and It doomed to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking ford's schoolmaster of tho old type ruled dent of parties than tho men. Cox to defeat The Pathfinder then Uoa oi Cox' reacted P?erfuy Ibis school. It aids digestion, also It is well that the nation has spok neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a mose classes oi conservative Am ....... t j- -i mi j wtui When Germany broke the peace of uctiaicu .u 4iukujii& iuui u iiiuuuit; mericans who do not bellevo in class en unequivocally and that tho Re County lady, said: "I am sslsts the Hver In throwing off impuri Jackson lihe world and made "scraps of paper" could save him and the "miracle" tyranny of any sort or in soviotism or publicans are thus to bo in undisput of her sacred treaties, President Wll- - failed to occur. Providence was not internationalism however disguised. ed control. This will put an end to getting up In years; my head is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend on the Democratic side this time. son might well have exerted his and do, to my friends and the deadlock between the White white. I have seen medicines and remeCox made a "game" fight, but tho The Federation made a most serious power and prevented the blunder in thus trying to "deliver tho Houso . and the capltol which has dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." 5 war conflagration from expending. fact is that the more he told the peo- labor vote" and failing. This counts paralyzed the government during tho But he took the characteristic pacifist ple about his policies, the more they heavily against both Cox and the last two years. The Republicans came and stayed. I am talking of Thedford's ht Is a stand attitude, made no move for prepared- - revolted against them. They wero unions. should thus put thru a sane construca liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record ol moss nnd merely "watchfully waited" merely the old Wilson policies, and The Democratic leaders weie inso tive program, without hindrance for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. vvvhlle tho fire spread. He told our the people wanted no more of lent and deceitful to the last. Up to from lobbyists, labor magnates, InLife-lon- g Democrats in every state "people to be "neutral in thought and on and one that will do the work. Every one occasionally needs something the very eve of the election, when ev- surgents, bolsheviks, saboters or cutaction;" ho told the world that we deserted the Democratic standard and eryone who had any sanltj knew "Black-Draugwill relieve Indigestion to help cleanse the system of Impurities. that throats. wero "too proud to fight" and that enlisted for this election at least, unie the conditions were all in favor of and constipation if taken right, and I know Try Insist upon Thed- tho outcome of the war must be der the Republican banner. They Harding, they issued their statedeclared that Wilson had led the "peace without victory." for I tried It. It Is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. ments declaring that the situation Wa offer One Hundred Dollars Reward "He kept us out of the war Just Democracy astray and betrayed It, was entirely satisfactory and that ror any case or Catarrh that cannot be tound lor bt SiU, uncomfortable At all druggists. 0.73 long enough to bo elected for a sec- and that he had substituted interna Cox would be "overwhelmingly" cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has taken ond term on that false issue after tionalism for the sturdy Americanism elected and a Democratic houso and by catarrh sufferers for the been thirty-Av- e pait been elected on a platform that Jefferson, Monroe and other senate years, and has become known as the chosen. AVEXT THROUGH MAXV HAXDS once recognized tho bill. It had been most reliable remedy (or Catarrh. Hall's ' which pledged him solemnly to a sln- - founders of the party had fought for. Every straw vote, every test, every Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Dlood on Bryan, the 'Peerless Leader,' three given him by a patient in Cincinnati got us into glo term; and then he the Mucous surfaces, expelling the n Tho tracing of counterfeit bills tho very point from which the operatimes the Democratic nominee for Inquiry had shown the same state of from the Blood and healing the diswar. Tho war was fought by the president, had denounced Cox as rep- things the country over: a Republi eased portions. back to the person responsible for tive had started. natjon, moving as one vast After you have taken Catarrh Tho patient was a boss carpenter. mass but the laws were resenting "the most vicious elements can landslide was coming. Leading Medicine for a short time Hall'swill see a their Issue is a curious and exciting you In ffreat Tho secret service man got his ad'cunningly framed and enforced so as in the country" and had declared that Democratic papers that had a ropu-tut.o- n health. Improvement Hall's your general employment. Tho exports taking Start assigned dress from tho oculist and mado a at 3'.ai.e, after canv.uslng the cine at once and get rid of Catarrh Medicatarrh. Send by tho government to make certain sections and classes ho decent citizen could vote for him. to this work are beollno ' papers and leaders situation admitted frankly that the for testimonials, free. for tho carpentor. Ho had a P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. bear the brunt of the conflict, in men The Democratic among tho most skillful members of Sold by all Druggists, 75c. premonition that something was goand taxes, while other sections and said that "of course" Bryan would handwriting on the wall said "Hardtho secret service. Tho protection of ing to happen, and he wasn't disap classes woro favored. After prom- turn In and help elect Cox. But this ing.' the curency depends In largo meas- pointed. Wo must remember that the hum- SCHOOL TEACHING should make any wasjnot true; ho didn't say a word ising that no-oure upon their efficiency, and tho 0VJ2II HALF CBXXUIIV Tho carpenter was an honest wi money out of the war, he allowed for him, and this silence was 'golden' ble citizen, sitting back in his home pains they take are almost Infinite for Harding, since Bryan wields a ve- and thinking for himself, has exactly follow, and told tho detective without many thousands of millionaires to be A strango story told by ono of theso tho samo power at the polls that tho ry largo Influence. One of tho most unusual cases of hesitation that ho had received tho created out of outrageous "cost-plumost transcendental idealist has. And Its kind on record Is that of Miss Nel- operatives Illustrates tho difficulties bill from Mr. Smith for ropalrlng hl3 Bryan had pointed out that a big war contracts and profiteering. which thoy meet and overcome. peobarn. Mr. Smith was tho small gro lie F. Cornell, who has taught in tho The war was won but as the price majority of the senate, including 23 it was these sober, Ono day a bank clork In Cincinnati plo "back there" who rolled up those public schools of Ilochestor, N. Y., for cer In whoso bank deposit tho couua for the decisive aid given by tho Unit- Democrats, had voted against tho detected a counterfeit $20 bill In tho kviiuu uuu milieu up. xne uoiecur ed States, ho Insisted that It should president on tho league, and that it really terrifying votes for Harding. 58 years. Sho started at tho age of deposit of a small retail grocer. Tho fled to his store as fast as a taxi could No wonder Senator Harding sitting 22 years, henco sho is now 80 years bo In fnct (i "poaco without victory." was an outrage on the principles of operative was sent for and undertook carry him and found it closed Ho n democracy to ignore that fact. He In his home, with his noble but slan- - old. Sho 13 still teaching and Just the case. Marshal Foch was dorod wifo beside him, felt no falso colobrated her birthday anniversary; had loft town. His shop, it was ptov-ewhen ho found that, after the splen- warned the party leaders that they Ho found that tho grocer'recelvod was a mero blind. did victory that had been won by the would meet their Waterloo In No- - prido and prayerful in his roallza sho recolvod numborless gifts from tho bill from a shoo dealer, who had of wnnt th,s ereat voto of fa,th friends, rolntivos and formor pupils. a allies in the field, It could not bo vember if they persisted in their it!on It from a dentist, who had It from Irregular bowol movoments lead to Practically her whole salary outsldo somebody else, clinched because of this stubborn course Walsh of Mass., Gorb, Reed, meant and so on, until finally chronic constipation AVo rofuso to record this as a of bare living expenses has been and a constipat- nnd takon by President Wilson, Myors, Thomas, Shields and many n tlin Onnrnt ii ' "" victory, great as It Is. It Is a H""' "u" lTBU " il0 an od habit fills tho system with impurl-Invali- d to charity. comander-In-chlof the other Democratic senators gavo the vrlai, us .. woman whn 'i 'V03- - "HRBINH la a great bowel wholo Amorlcan forces, was tho samo warning, nut tho circle of men nnv ..v. ,,..,, u.w. ,aun iiuutjuon. fcM,., ,. regulator. ii I'UtlUUJ .... owvw." KIXG TAXED A MILLIOX. tntor of the situation. who woro In control of tho Democrat WIU pm?Mvt.rjr,tn'rK.w.j;ijicTTmirM.n ed, sho said tho money had been sent vitalizes tho di A quick military pence should have ic machinery porveraoly hold to tho her by hor brother, who lived in New gestive organsblood and puts thoconStreHgiSs1 in fine, vigorous Iweu laid down for Germany and tho course dictated by tho president. Now h Undor tho Italian law establishing Orleans. dition. to OTercosio tho cor'jbl, coUi ail otticiu Ohio a tax on patrimony the king's tax has other Central pcrwois, and then both things havo happened Just as tho Tho operative took up tho brother's County Prlco 00c. Sold by JiOAZi i c&tirrouu. .mmsciv. ' isui cmlawo. m Drug Co. ltMiroyii.ti jMon, ruf they nad tho other nations could have critics warned. been calculated to amount to $1,000,-00- 0. pedigree and was vmivi, tout) up tiis urrven nddf certain that ho to rebuild say that this wns a victory for But Wilson gavo Vo tarte'd His estates wore estimated at was the man wanted. Ho had . a T,X l'HOTOS RV TELEPHOXi: Din ultimatum: lib league plnn must the Democratic ns woll as tho Repub92,000,000, lire, which at tho pres-o- bad record, was the proprietor win naroySv of a )o so "lotorwoven ' into the peace lican party. Millions of conscientious wr- no rate of exchnngo is approximately dive and was Just tho sort of porson .fivvvXl A Frenchman has worked out a tastily that, as ho himself boniuod, Democrats Joined In making tho land-slld- o $3,500,000. Tho value of tho queens to bo a confederate of !iAV countorfoltors. which when attachod' to any orbo dissected apart fU two could novor decisive. It wan tho best thing estate was estimated at 1,000,000 llro. Tho operative wont to Now Orleans BY dinary tolephono makes It posslblo nut would havo to stand or fall to- that could have happoued to tho Demwith tho handcuffs in his pocket, but THOUSANDS for photographs to bo "sont" over ' gether ocratic party under tho circumstances. ARTIFICIAL WOOL ho was a llttlo premature. iMK. tho wire. Vibrations yBulatcs tho IrfwcU, of different And he would rnthor they would After this tremendous rebuke, the i :& Tho man proved to tho detectivo's longths nw-v- ', Ak Xr Clcsn awav n'l Mturr. are sot up by projecting tho fall than that any Jot or tittle of whnt party, we sincerely hope, will purge An artificial wool has, been pro- complete satisfaction that he had halicflcramatlon'. It Photograph against a luminous cir1.ntMct .... .i he had dictated should be changed. itself, of thoso errors whioh havo duced tho money as rent for a small i..wv em enabling the .l.n K...t. d England In an experimental way In organs concern-3cular plate. Thon reversing the pro- iJ-vTim qlunrent diagnosis of Woodrow brought upon It tho fury of the Amfrom celluloso obtained from house he owned in Pittsburg. properly do thplr unrlt. to Tho cess tho vibrations aro mnde to n '.uwrifTiJ''i Tloiaandi testify to Iti value is that he Is like a spoiled orlcan electorate nnd wllPcomo back' "Wilson cotton waste. Although harder than operative took tho next IW&?&; vttt'f protracted Blckncu. an train for produce the picture at the receiving rtifld, who will have his way or will again strong and healthy four yurs roal wool, tho matorlal promisps to bo Pittsburg. attach of Grip or end of tho lino. Wo deeply pity those from now. For as we have often jjnvuBh things. a fairly satisfactory substitute for it. The tenant of the houso proved to f&WrVh f Tbo Ideal medicine In tlm It takes dyo woll and is readily wov- - be a traveling oculist, who spent most Vho liavo had to bo his guardians and said, tho nation noods two groat home lor everyday Ilia. parties each to act as an on by regular wool looms. It is said of his time on the road. He was cu't us "liaison" agents between him SOLD EVMYWHERE then , lnceutivo and a check on tho other. to wear practically as well as natural away In tho West, but tho onomtivn infl the world. TACLCT3 OR LIQUID hJvflXT' FOR FLETCHER'S . VJion tho congressional election of J saw President Wilson wanted to "make wool. him on his return, and ho at '"'' tr rn ""vr"! 11 1 iE COUNTRY pEMEMBERtoask , d. awe-Inspiri- -- fMow Remembe-rUse $gktf a 1 -- u re-bak- e. w-t- THE "ILO EEIIABLE" near-isoclalls- ts. I editor-politicia- to!3 THEDFORfS m w , -- !.,.., amg Black-Draug- well-kno- Black-Draug- ht. Bbck-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- ht How's This? ' Black-Draug- w ?ha-vln- g Pol-so- -- en--U- re ne s" cool-head- grief-stricke- d, od ef w 7 ",u "." .. ?oa fesl in.-itkir- ..-"-i- V , rix r nt f, s i.jW3iIi .. ed 1 -- well-balanc- ed Sb?4 mms . Children Ory inmr-rwni- CASTORtA t harding offers hand :qf peace to world Wi3h.es To Live In Amity With All But Will Protect U. S. UrownsvlUo, Tox n Nov. 14 Facing which Yoro ninny citizens of Mexico nnd several officials of tho Mexican government, Prosldont-clcc- t Hnrdlng proposed horo Thursday, a foreign policy directed toward peaco and friendship, but demanding nlwnys full protection of Amorlcan nntlonnflty and American citizens whorover they may go. Tho address, which was his first proparcd utterance Blnco his election to tho presidency, was delivered from n stand on tho Fort Drown parado grounds, within n fow hundred yards of tho international boundary. Tho cavalry sabres of tho Fort Drown cftrrlson rattled about him, but In a place of lionor on his right was also a part of the Mexican garrison of paying a visit of compliment and courtesy to tho next American In border crowd, United States to n numbor of nations oil over tho world. Following Is data obtained on a fow foreign markets for Amorlcan woods: Dolgium Southern plno and hardwood aro used In tho Ilrusscls consular district to a considerable extent for construction work, for which thcro Is a great demand becnuso of Unfavorable war destruction. Is, however, limiting purchases and woods of Dolglum, France nnd aormnny nro being used now moro extensively than ovor boforo. Bolivia Douglas fir has almost a monopoly of tho lumber market in Dollvla, the larger dimensions being, porhnps, moro In demand. This wood Is widoly used for furnlturo ns woll as for structural and mining purposes. Cuba. A considerable nnd Increasing market exists in Cuba for pine. Limited quantities of cypress are used. Thero is practically no market for American hardwood, becauso of the supply of native hardwoods. China and Japan Next nftor Eng land, Japan nnd China export moro fir from tho United States than do any other countries. In 1919 Douglas fir exports to China wero valued at $1,497,921, to. Japan at $1,045,-C8- 1. go GOMPERS HARD HIT BY BIG LANDSLIDE Played Democrat In Name Of Nonparticanohi? Prestige Gone. Probably Nov. 15. Washington, no man In public life has rccolvod such a complete repudiation nnd Biich n sovero blow to his personal prestige from tho defeat of Governor Cox as Samuel Gompors, president of tho American Federation of Labor. At first pretending to hold tho labor movement aloof from partisan ship, ho declared against tho formation of n national labor party. Ho did everything possible to kill It whon its leaders met In Chicago to form a platform and namo a candidate. Then ho did what ho has always done heretofore nnd what ho was expected to do again. Ho camo out with a "nonpartisan" statomont In the Amorlcan Our Fedoratlonlst for Cox and the entire Resident. In tho course of his nddrcss devoted Jointly to tho significance of tho Armlstlco Day anniversary and to tho country's foreign relations he did not mention Mexico by namo nor did ho refer directly to tho League of Nations. Free America First. "We cravo for fraternity," ho said. "Wo wish nmlcablo relations everywhere; wo offer poaco and chooso to promoto It, but wo demand our freeNeuralgia of tho face, shoulder, dom and our own America. I bellovo an America, eminent on tho seas, re- hands, or foet requires a powerful spected' In every avenuo of trade, will Mnedy that will penetrato tho flesh. Dullard's Snow Liniment possesses bo safor at homo and greater In thruout the world. I HKo to that power. Rubbed In where the think of an America, whoso citizens pain Is felt js all that is necessary to are ovor seeking tho greater develop- relieve suffering and rcstoro normal ment and widened Influenco of tho conditions. Prlco 25c, 50c and $1 00 republic and I like to think of a gov- per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m ernment which protects Its citizens Drug Co. a . thoy go on a lawful miswhorover lt OLD NOTE BODS UP sion, anywhere, under tho shining Harding alsb suggested sun. Mr. Scientists at tho University of that tho nation learn a lesson of preparedness from tho cxporlenco of tho Pennsylvania havo found among a World Var and spoko 'a word for number of ancient caly tablets un- waterway development. Ho praised oarthed in tho Fast a noto that has tho efforts of Texas citizens toward been running for about 4000 years. Is named as tho tho development of adequate, port Mr. II SInnatum as the borfacilities at tho mouth of tho Rio londer and Mr. Bur-MaGrande, declaring his vacation visit rower. Tho noto was given in Octo-bo- r, 19C2, B. C, Uio "year in which tfi,Folnt Isabel had brought a now reoccupied tho town of alization of the economic possibilities King Itlm-SI- n Damlgilisha," and it was for the sum .of tho state. 1T AUhn l ., IJ Intnroot ni ....... ..w ..j nf fnili nhnlrlna ntiil lionra ""-'- -" 4111IIU nr tii.iit1i fin Affiliation Hl " I" celebration, tho program of addresses ' tho rato of 40 per cent, payable an- and tho parado which prccedod It nually. Four witnesses fixed their seals to rv? also planned ns a reception to and as a boost tho Instrument and thus validated It the President-elec- t, for tho Rio Granilo deep waterways although, undor the law of that dayr. movement. Tho crowd como by they did not make themselves liable thousands from many of tho Rio for ItB payment unless It turned out Grande Valley cltlos anil from across that thoy know tho charactor of to bo badVvhcn they took tho border, and thoro wore In tho j Bur-Maday's ovents many oloments to emphn- - oath that It was good. As nearly a3 can bo estimated, four bIzo both national unity and Internashekels at that time wero about . tional friendship. equivalent to "$400 In tho monoy wo Mexican Flogs Prominent. In tho parado, which Included an uso today. Wo shouldn't mind cololaborato pageant representing his- lecting on Ihe noto if It wero still torical epochs and demonstrating pro- good although we'd hnto to calculate of tho vnlloy, tho exact amount duo and perhaps ductive possibilities Mexican Consul Vasquoz, of Browns- wo wouldn't know what to do with ville, and Amorlcan Consul Wilson, all tho money It wo had It. Pcoplo of Matamoros, rodo togother, carry- now grumble at paying five to ten ing tho flag of his nation. Many per cent Interest, but think of poor n having to pay .40 por cent Mexican flags wero in tho procession and tho military band of tho Matamoros garrison had a place Just behind tho 4th Cavulry squadron, which FOR FLETCHER'S escort. acted as the Presldont-elect'- s General Lopoz, military governor t the Matamoros district, was ono of thbso who sat on tho speakors' stand. AN A"NCIKNT MEDIUM Boforo Mr. Harding's turn on tho OV EXCHANGE program thoro were addresses by C. L. Jessup, vlco president of tho At first commercial exchanges wore Brownsvlllo Chamber of Commorco, affected by bartering or trading one watorways movo-nioiho spoko for tho commodity for anothor. For examand D. S. Perkins, c&mmander ple If a man had more wheat than he nnd spokesman of tho local Amorlcan noeded, ho would find someone wHo Legion post. By special request of had a surplus of salt or other needed the Matamoros commodity and trade him so much tho Presldont-olemilitary band, stationed near him, wheat for so much salt. This of played "Mexico Allegodlo," Just bo- courso was often very inconvenient foro he began speaking. and wasteful of time. All business mm was seriously handicapped. agreo that In cases of Burgeons At length It becamo tho custom Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tho to use common mediums of exchange, Is most Important. First Treatment representing definite value and uni"When an efficient antiseptic la appliacceptable. versally This greatly promptly, thoro Is no danger of ed facilitated business transactions and Infection and tho wuond begins to affected a material saving of tlmo In hoal at onco. For uso on man or most exchanges. Antisepbeast, Borozone is tho Ideal Salt, skins, shells, cloth, tobacco, tic and Healing Agent. Buy It now emergency. Price cattlo and various othor things have nnd be ready for an as monoy at dlfforent tlmos 2.5c, COc, $1.00 and $1,50. Sold by been used . am m and places. One of tho very earliest Ohio County Drug Co. A DANDY KING TRICK. forms of money was simply a small -- 0 piece of leather boarlng a ruda picCHEAT FOKEIGN DEMAND Tho magician begins by exhibiting IfOU AMERICAN LUMUEU ture of a cow, an animal much used In barter. This primitive monoy was n largo solid metal or wood ring and uo iiuuumu , .rum mo whu a piece of cord two or throo foot long. " From Amorlcan consular onioes "peoue" cow. From this. Ho allows several of tho spectators to Mm nurenu of ForolKH and Domestic word. obtained n number of oame the word "pwuniary." which examine ring and cord mlnutaly to CVmerce has good standing In maka an ro Uiat both are e.xsetly what vnntirts which aro of prlniory intawst has long been in thuy appear to In. He then ask coun- - Kngl'bh dictionaries and widely um-to tbe,lujber intereata at hl , try. These report deal wit n, the ium- - uy augiieu snei-H- ass reierrms to nomepno to tie one end of the cord secur$fy to one of hh wrists and the from .the finances. .bor export possibilities 1000-YEA- Donmark Hardwood, Southern plno and quantity of Douglas fir for deckings havo been imported Into Denmark for many years. Tho hard- Avood imported Is mostly whlto oak and poplar, used mainly for furnlturo. Turkey The present should bo a favorablo time to mnko an opening for all kinds of American lumber in tho Near Fast as reconstruction on a largo scalo is expected as soon as political conditions pormlt. .. " Bur-Mnm- Children Cry CASTORIA nt, ct Democratic ticket. As a Democrat, he had swallowed tho league of na tions, hook, lino and sinker, Just as President Wilson had brought it back from Versailles. The fact that tho President hod helped to nullify tho labor bill of rights so as to change it from 'labor is not a commodity or article of commerce" to "labor is not merely a commodity or article of commerce," made no difference to And the fact that Senator him. Cummins, of Iowa, had originated this principle of law made no difference. Cummins is a Republican, and that was enough; ho must bo blacklisted and punished. What Is tho net result of Gompers political efforts In the Interests of tho Democratic party? Cummins was by a two to ono voto in Moses of Iowa. Watson of Indiana. Now Hampshire, Brandegeo of Connecticut and Wadsworth of New York, whom ho had particularly Inveighed against, wero by Cox was majorities. tremendous smothered. In a statement Gompers now says that the election is "not satisfactory in every respect" and deplores the "plunge toward reaction. But Democracy will right Itself at the proper time." For Gompers personally the defeat 'Of Cox means the end of the veteran labor leader's ascendency over the Department of Labor. Not only has his son been chief clerk of tho de partment as tho eye of his father there, but ho has at all times had tho ear of tho President and has dominated tho entire organization, including Assistant Secretary Louis F. Post. In doing so ho lias been bitter against the Republican party, bitter against the Republican Congress and, as is generally recognized, un fair In his attitude toward tho good things dono by them. Consequently, ho will havo less In fluence with the now administration than with any in the thlrty'yf ars. he has licadcd tho labor movement. Ho can no longer dlctato, and tho goodi Influence ho might havo oxcrtcd ho has largely lost becauso ho has utilized his offlco as a Democratic politician and with an incoming Republican administration ho must go out too. Tho passing of tho Influenco of Gompers, however, "will havo a beneficial effect upon the labor movoment in general, not because of Its passing, but because the Republican administration will rcorganizo tho Labor Department so as to stamp out of It Socialist and other radicalism and so as to mnko It such an organ of real benefit to labor In fighting Its batlep for It that It will gain the confidence of laboring men overywhero for Its fnlrness and usefulness. Tho department was organized under an act passed during tho last year of tho Taft administration and the AVilson administration was tho first to or ganize It. William B. Wilson has been secretary of It for eight years and Louis F. Post has been assis tant secretary of It that long. Most of that tlmo it has been considered a dead lotter. The new administration proposes to put new Ufa into It and to do it in such a way that It will appeal to the rank and file of labor. Stop coughlngl You rack your lungs and worry tho body. Ballard's Horohound Syrup checks Irritation, oals tho lungs and restore; cpmforta-bi- o breathing. Prlco 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Compay. m Budget Pfen will bringj .mmn l J 1 v- K I i i i the New Edison ffcVXtrasf ' right away and find out what it can do for you. Budget; THIS isisthe time of the year when our come in most helpful. You ought to . ' In the first place, it will put a New Edison beside your Christmas tree, (how the family will rejoice!) In the second place, it will stretch your Christmas dollar so that you 11 hardly feel the purchase. " m Ml The Budget Plan treats the New Edison asan (essential of life, such as a home, and arranges payments on the sound "time" principle. It com- -' bines modern business practice with thrift f l This way of treating a dollar actually makes it go farther. Let us explain how the Budget PlanV brings the longed-fo- r New Edison for what an extremely ordinary gift would , 1921 thrift pay for the balance. - -- . w ' ' cost,-3andmak- tit' w H m S E. P. BARNES & BROTHER BEAVER DAM, KY. ' "'IB. v?,ErEW 411111 hiiiiH imb mmaB&asBamamtaBBnnmhmm miiMimMimBmBmmatmaam other to tho othor wrist and then seal the knots with wax which has been provided for the purpose. With the ring In his hand the performer turns his back to the spectators. A few seconds later ho turns about facing them and displays the ring suspended on tho cord. All skeptics are invited to examino the knots and all aro mystified on discovering that they havo not been tampered with. Two rings aro needed, of metal or wood. They must bo exactly alike in They should size and appearance. bo largo enough to pass ovor tho forearm. Any kind of cord can bo used but the moro substantial it is the better it will allay suspicion. Some sealing wax, a candle and some matches should bo provided In readiness for the trick. Boforo appearing for tho performance the magician slips one of tho rings over his forearm under his filecvo, taking care to keep it In placo so It won't drop down unexpectedly and glvo him away. After the other ring and tho cord has been tied and sealed to his wrists, ho turns nnd with his back to tho audience slips tho ring ho has exhibited into his pocket while ho .works tho other down over him arm and onto tho cord. That's all thero Is to It hut If cleverly performed It Is a corking trick for any amatour entertainment. - Riegulato the bowels when thoy fall to movo proporly. Herblno is an admirable bowel regulator. It helps the liver and stomach and restpros a fine feeling of strength and buoyancy. Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m' GERMAN tlOASTEK PUNISHED Having been arrested for entering the occupied territory in a German uniform, Lieut. Franz von Frlodrlchs, a Gorman naval officer was arrested and carried to army headquarters. Thoro ho protested loudly against his arrest and shouted that ho had personally fired tho torpedoes from a submarlno which had sunk moro than a dozen American vcsaols,. Ho added that he would like to havn a chanco to do It again. Ills boasting wai ovarhea.nl by soma soldiers, and m ha was leaving the police station they luk-Mfixed him for a visit o a hotpltnl. limit. the Under tho decision of Attorney General Palmer however, such practices aro illegal nnd it Is possible that in the future no ship under tlje Am erican flag will bo permitted to enter or leave an American port with' liquor aboard if its presence is known to the prohibition officials. While the decision oven covers American ships plying between foreign ports, it is not expected the decision will be enforced that far. It would not be possible to send Ameri can prohibition officers to foreign ports to inspect American ships and tho ship captains aro well aware of that fact. three-mll- o Itlon would give rise to a sharp disassembly, for Is ON ALL U. S. VESSELS cussion in tho States havo givenWInknown certain dications ;hey would oppose her ImWashington, Nov. 13. How far mediate entry. , tho Treasury Department will go in "I do not know whether thoy havo. enforcing Its projected prohibition sufficient support to Insure tho triagainst tho carrying of liquor on umph of their viewpoint, hut, howevAmerican ships has pot been decided er that may be, such a discussion yet by treasury officials, siiice tho would not bo without danger to tho; ruling of Attorney General Palmer league Itself. Besides, tho GermLr law applies to Am- Government does, not consider tho that erican ships in any part of the world league In its present form as perfect. How, Indeed, could ft bo, since, to is yet only two or three days old. prospect Is however,' that in a mention only two States, it Includes The few days a regulation against the neither Russia nor tho United States universally" Is tho condition at salo or carrying of liquor on Ameri and its existence? can ships will bo Issued by the de"That, however, does not meai partment, together with instructions to agents to carry out the letter of that Germany would maintain a reserved attitude in the event of soiiio tha ruling. of The decision is expected to havo a delegation raising tho question effect, Inasmuch as a her admission, and If tho asinniMy great many American ships not under should accept her, Germany would' control of the Shipping Board have not declino an invitation resulting, beep carrying liquor. The practice from such a decision." has been to keep the liquor sealed r when in American ports and tot break Cry- the seals after the ship has passed FOR FLETCHER'S LIQUOR IS NOW BARRED Ohil&ren CASTO R Aa PANA.MA CANAL NOW IS SELF hUBTAINING Washlngton, Nov. 13. Tho Pana ma Canal now Is audi had there been no chango in the rules of measurement such as recently made, would show a comfortable, sur-ma-do, would show a comfortable our-pl- us over-coof operation, according-- . to the Current Canal Record, tho official publication of the zone, The statement does not show tho. exact proportion of tolls paid by American ships, nor Indicate the deficiency if any, that would have to be met from the National Treasury 1C American craft wore exempted. During the last fiscal year total operating expenses wero $6,548,27?,. and recolpts $8,935,872, leaving a profit of $2337.599. This does not tako into account interest on cap.'UaK Invested, amounting to' $367,151, C9(T. representing the entire cost of the oanal. st e GERMANS NOT TO ASK VOICE. 13 Geneva, Nov. Gormany will ad- not mako a formal application for j mission to 'tho League of Nations,' but would not ignore an invitation to a member should it bo extond- od by tho organization, said Dr. Hermann Mueller, vlco president of tho Foreign Affnlra Committee ,of tho , ' o. Oeruian RIchtag, In a statement to The windmill ha not boen the Journal da Genare yaatarday. "Gerruanv will not ask the aiem-bl- v ally found avillahl for thf of itj because .if to admit her to the league," ho declared "because such an applica- - regularity of th olr currents. be-co- srf"-- i eltii w lr ..&,,.. a. -- -"- Jmiki ttMAUa i Athens, following tho success of his party at tho elections. It was reported from his headquarters, howovor, that Constantino Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY would demand a plebiscite beforo his return. His followers nro of tho Incorporated opinion that It may bo a month before the former king returns to TINSI.KV, Editor W. S. Greece, but they consider It certain mid Business Manager. that ho will be reseated upon tho Entered according to law at tho throno. . Postotflce, Hnrtford, Ky., as wall matter o tho second class. THE METHODISTS KNOW NO LET UP to communications t Address nilRepublican. The Hartford With tho same inspiration, organization nnd determination with which NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS they launched nnd carried to a sucSubscribers desiring tho paper sent cessful conclusion their great' Cento a new nddrcss must give the old tenary Subscription Drlvo, they, aro address In making tho request. Duslness Locals and Notices 10c now keeping their peoplo enthused per lino, nnd 8c per lino for each ad- over tho collection of theso pledges. ditional insertion. Tho Southern Methodists of KenObttunrlcs, Resolutions and Cards tucky have appointed Nov. 21-2of Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautro, money 1920, as In advance. Tho Secretaries are being cheered Church Notices for services freo, by tho assuring messages of full colpor but other advertisements, lc lections and fine reports of the Treasword. will urers to pass on the good news, which Anonymous communications receive no attention. In turn, Is arousing the Church thru-othe State. TELEPHONES Tho membership of each Metho69 dist Conference felt tho honor of a Farmers Mutual 123 Cumberland part in the subscription effort in the summer of 1919, and the outgrowth NOVEMBER 10 of this feeling is the present expresFIUDAY sion of faith in the Centenary and in the forward movements being InNewspapers as well as individuals, augurated by the Local and Connec-tlon- al almost Innumerable, are busy selectoffices. Cabinet. For . ing the President-elect-'s mm ourself, wo have made up our mind ENGINE FOR SALE. to let Warren do it. power, J. I. A first class Governor Cox traveled more miles, Case Traction Engine in good conmade more speeches, said more 'dif- dition, is to be sold under orders of ferent things and received fewer votes the Ohio County Fiscal Court. Sealthan any man who over before rat- ed bids will bo received by County of a rattler. tled on the tall-en- d Judge Mack Cook, up to 11 o'clock Engine A. M., December Sth, next. That man who picks out for him- may be inspected, near the Jail, Hartself some, special line of honest en- ford. deavor, and studies and labors unTho right to reject any and all til ho masters and really excels, need bids is reserved. bugle-blowiin not bo an adept at MACK COOK, Com'r. order to have his o.wn horn plenteous-l- y fr tooted. Others will attend to that LIBERTY BOND PRICES. his stead. The Hartford Republican COUNCIL OF LEAGUE SHOULD BE ELECTIVE COOPER BROS.' Argentine Wants League More Democratic Desires U. S. In Geneva, Nov. 17. South America nnd South Africa held the floor of the assembly of the League of Nations Honorlo Pusyrledon, head of the Argentine delegation, set forth Impressively tho Argontlns view that all recognized nations must belong to the league to make it complete ond avoid tho danger of tho organization of n rival league. He said that a formula must be found to permit the United States to come Inland demanded that tho leaguo bo made more democratic by electing all the members of tho council in tho assembly, instead of allowing the big powers to name a majority of them, as at present. This sounded like a formal notice to tho big powers that they will encounter opposition from tho smaller nations If they insist upon maintaining their nomination council. Lord Robert Cecil, speaking In behalf of General Smuts, as a member of tho South African delegation, reviewed the entire report of the council to the assembly, and pointed out He declared tho results obtained. some general principles, among which was complete publicity, not only for the affairs of the league, but for world affairs generally, in order to bring public opinion to be.tr upon abuses or infractions of the princi ples which are tho basis of it. Lord Robert refered to this In connection with the differences, and introduced a resolution calling upon the league council to publish the reports in its possession bearing on this question. Ho commanded tho greatest attention from the assembly, particularly when, alluding to the statement attributed to Senator Harding, that the league was dead, he said that the report of the council showed It was ve ry much alive. After sustained applause on Lord Robert's peroration, many of tho.del-egate- s turned toward the seats of the French delegation as it had been said that M. Vivlanl probably would follow him, but the former premier of Franco was awaiting another oppory. Polish-Lithuanian ction Sale rBEGINS: 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 stock, 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 8, K. ut -- m 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 se We will reduce the price 10 per cent on everything except Feed, Flour and Groceries. We have a large stock of Shoes, Overshoes, Gum Boots, Gum Shoes, Silks, Percales, Ginghams, Woolen Goods. In fact, we have a new and line of General Merchandise. up-to-da- te i in rlrlvnr flint tnlfpa nil Ihft linml rnfiila tunity. MACSWIXEY'S WIDOW WRANGEL IS SAFE as did Jimmle Cox of Ohio, gets noIt is reported in French circles that ENGAGES PASSAGE IN TURK CAPITAL where He's like tho Irishman's M. Vivian! will not take the floor for sheep bell a long head, a dlvll of a a set speech until it is known posiLondon, Nov. 16. Mrs. Terenco MacSwiney, widow of the late lord tively whether Mr. Lloyd George is Occupation Of Foodosia mul Slmfro- - tongue, lots of fuss and nothing done. pol By Russian Reds The Democrats helped to bury the i Quite a number of papers keep up mayor of Cork, still 13 too ill to re- coming. If the British premier takes present administration and Wood-row'- s Is Complete ceive visitors, but sjie has taken pro- a seat in the assembly, tho French their lamentations that the United League of Nations in such a States is yet out of tho Laague of visional passago by steamer for New orator will be held in reserve to reply Lor.don, Nov. -- 16. Gen. Baron lonely spot that their graves will bo York and will go with several others to Mr. Lloyd George, if occasion pre Nations. They claimed, before the Wrangel, tho leader unsought in nil futuro campaigns. election that the Country was over- to give evidence before tho commis sents. Let me state that George Davis of It is becoming more apparent that in South Russia, has arrived In Coninvestigating the state of afwhelmingly for ,tho League that the sion fairs in Ireland. Mrs MacSWiney M. Viviani has taken a great hold on stantinople on the Russian cruiser Cromwell and myself sent our votos Senate Oligarchy kept us out of. Wo homo by mall. de- Kornlloff, says a dispatch to the Exsupposo that the charge ought to, and- has no intention of lecturing and her tho assembly. In the various All tho boys out hore, from Ohio stay in America is not likely to ex- bates a few words from him have change Tolbgraph from Constantinowill likoly bo amended, as to be "The County, aro well, and have good 'jobs People's Oligarchy" i ejected it on ceed a month. She was reluctant to straightened out tangled questions ple. A military communlquo dated Mon- In tho oil fields, except myself, and election day. Some say that it was go, but conceives it her duty to Ire- and brought the assembly to an immediate and unanimous decision. day and received by wireless from I work on a citrus ranch. Of merely a play of politics by those who land. Peter MacSwiney, of New York, tho There is much comment on tho fact Moscow confirms the report of tho oc course, I am tho only real young boy prevented ratification of Wilson's Republican-Socialifrom Ohio County. cupation of Slmfropol, thirty-seve- n Covenant. Maybe it was, but If the late lord mayor's brother, is in Ire that tho French leader is taking issue with Lord Rob- miles northeast of Sebastopol. With best regards to all, I am, land and will not accompany her. voice of the freemen of the Nation did ert Cecil, the representative of ad Announcing tho occupation of Fe- L. P. CROWDKR, not condemn tho brand of politics vanced Dritlsh Liberalism, on most of odosia in the southeast, of tho Crimea Whlttler, Cal Nov. 13, 1920. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. played by Wilson and tho Democrat . tho questions that are the subject of the communique says the Rcd3 took 4 party and he had gotten to be about controversy. LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE It is predicted, how- prisoners from thirty different regi Cattle Narrow trade In feeders the whole party on Tuesday tho 2nd, ever, in both French and British cir- ments and enormous booty and adds: wo hope never to seo judgment pass and stockers of all descriptions; me cles, that the two leaders will get to- "The enomy is demoralized and reNotice is hereby given that the ed upon any man or collection of men. dium and common trashy stockers Kentucky Light nnd power Company, to Interest buyers in at low gether before tho real decisions of the treating in a panic." Not oven Bryan and his free silver hard It is further declared in the com- Incorporated, Is not ablo to operate craze received such another drubbing rates; In fact, it is more a question assembly are taken, unless Lord Rob ert Insists upon bringing up tho ques munique that General Wrangol Issued under tho burden of high taxes and as the League of Nations and tho of buyer than prices. Light Inquiry high prices and that on tho 31st day Democratic Administration had ad- or heavy steers from all sources, with tion of Germany's admission to the an order dissolving his army, owing leaguo. to thp allied refusal to render further of December, 1920, it will discontinue ministered to them on that date. AVe big supplies at other points; prices assistance and every soldier was furnishing both light and water, and feel that if wo had championed a cer- unevenly lower than a week ago. Dr. A. B. Riley returned yesterday granted the right to surrender to tho will dismantlo its plant, and tho corQuotations: Prlmo heavy steers tain cause and had lost by such a deporation will bo dissolved. steers from Frankfort and Louisville, where Reds or bo evacuated. cisive and overwhelming verdict as ?1011.50; heavy shipping he had spent the week. M. L. HEAVRIN, President. tho Litlnsk region, tho com "In was rendered by the Jury of the peo- $9(010; medium steers $S9; light m ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy munique continues, the Reds aro sucsteers $6.5008; fat heifers $5.50 ple, we would let the dead issue reE. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. cessfully advancing. In the direcmain in its sepulcher in peace for a 8.75; fat cows $6 7.50; medium DENTAL NOTICE. I3tf tion of Proskurov fierce fighting Is September 25, 1920. cows ?4.506; cutters ?3.504.50; few moons at least. proceeding on both sides of tho rail canncrs $2.50(0)3.50; bulls ?4Q6; 'Now Js the time to have your Den-- way on a front of thirty-thre- e miles, feeders $7g9.25; stockers $47.50; V. S SHIPS DISPATCHED work attended to. Winter is com- the balance being In our favor. In STRAY STREAKS TO EVACUATE AMERICANS choice milch cows $80 90; medium ing with rain and snow which makes tho direction of Kamenetz-Podols$60(0)80; common $40 60. (By Fluke McFluke.) Calves Market active at steady old teeth ache and abscess. Abscess- the Red forces have reached tho "Washington, Nov. 16. Vice Admiral House at London reported today rates; best veals at $13.50 14; me- ed Teoth or "Gum Bolls" aro dangerWhen Fellers need a friend When to tho Navy Department that he was dium and common calves dull; me- ous. You are continually swallowing Each 20 miles down the river on a huntL. P. COWDER HEARD FROM sending all available American naval dium to good $7 10.50; common this deadly poisoned pus. ing escapade two days out, blrdles's, vessels to the Black Sea to evacuate $4.50 0; light calves hard to dis- nouthful of food carries this infection into tho stomach. It Lowers vitali Editor Republican: You twill squlrrelless, duckless, tho mercury Americans from the Crlmean'area. He pose of. ty which Invites cancer of the please allow me space In your paper dropping from around 70 to 14 and Hogs A good active call aUo said he had ordered tho cruisers for but a river full of Chattanooga and Olympla, the fuel prices established on a steady basis. mouth, throat and stomach, Dlph- - to express my feelings for the good nothing to Pneumonia, work, done in "My Old Kentucky Ask-Domurky wot water. hlp Jason the Ramapo and all de- choice hogs was In evidence early and theria, Tuberculosis, and Tins. stroyers In the Mediterranean to re- Best hogs 120 pounds arid up $12.25; Influenza. Typhoid, Drights DIseaso, Home" by the patriotic men and port to Rear Admiral Andrews at pigs 90 to 120 pounds $11.50; 90 : houmat,sm Anoemia and even death women, for tho splendid showing they "equently results from continually made at the polls, Nov. 2. If for no pounds down $10; throwouts $10 When n fellow's been out with a Constantinople. i awanowing pus (iown more, hey will be forever remember- gun for three days in tho toughest t A mouth containing decayed teeth ed as being 100 per cent American. luck and weather, it's a wonder, that Local produce dealers quote buyTROUBLE IS FEARED s a poisonous laboratory, which sends I 'as follows, net to shipper, will always bo ready to lift my hat on the streets during tho 24 hours af-o- n OVER GREEK THRONE ing prices the streets during the 2 hours afthe shipper paying freight and dray- - a host of bacteria Into tho elementary to tho Voters" of Ohio County, that tract. They multiply rapidly thus majority looks good to mo. ter his arrival home. Wo'vo had 56 Farls, Nov. 16. Late dispatches age charges: gain .access to tho lymphatic system Eggs Candled 657Gc dozon. Put tho harness on such men as ask the same question: whateduklll? from Athens agree that trouble is and aro carried to the distant organs,. Johnson, Borah, Knox and Lodgo Wo old ono bloke nothln', cept 3 Butter Country 27c pound. feared over the succession to tho Soft spongy and bleeding gums give and you havo a brainy team, one days' time and 4 quarts 0' llcker. He Butter 'Creamery, tubs C2c. throne. It is understood that the Poultry Hens 24 25c lb.; largo warning of approaching abscesses. that never tires or quits. Then take says, you aro a durn liar, and being program of tho now promlor, Gouna-ri- s, Lady Attendent. such spokes out of the Democrat as wo was or wore, we offered no rewill call for the enthronement of spring chickens 24325c lb.; small 26c lb.; old roosters 13 14c lb.; Vours respectfully, wagon as Bryan, Reod, Shields and sentment, only grew a bit moro sulCrown Prince George. tho former Gore and tho old wagon body or len. Reports' from Lucorno aro to tho,young ducks 2225c lb.; No. 1 DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, ' Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky platform becomes a rickety thing, that tho headquarters thero of(keys 3"5Q38c lb.; goeso 18c lb.; gu. tho time our Subscribers Otlco opens 8:30 a. m closos 4 broken parts nnd lose spokes in thp former King Constantino Is active in ncas 30c each; young guineas COc. I wheels worries the driver. And a get to filing protest:; against our pub- anticipation of his being recalled to' Rabbits $3.50 dozen. 'P. W., prdmptly. ik st -- When Baseball rears its head by acquiring as its loader-in-chie- f, the services of such a character as Federal Judge K. M. Land is, it ought to Judge Landls recover lost prestige. has been a man of national note for some years, a student and lover of baseball, the game has been his only diversion from the duties of a great and busy jurist, for quite a long time. Organized baseball does itself well In securing one so eminently well qualified to direct Its activities as executive head. Liberty Liberty Liberty Liberty Liberty Liberty Liberty Victory A'ictory 3 s 92.92 SS.20 1st 4s 2d 4s 1st 2d 3d 4th 4&s 3?4s" 4is 4is 4'is .., 85.34 S7.70 S5.34 SS.OG COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. 333KE1 tms&m 1 " t S5.90 95.7G 4s 95.80 t-- e lishlng I D. Clniro's rotcn ami im-- V perfect strings of beads ho lots up j- d skips n couple of weeks, and, by th omission said subscribers get in a good humor and pay up nnd thing-movalong nicoly nnd then I. D. O throws nnothor bunch nnd it's all to do over again. Lifo's a mixturo of ups and downs and wo'vo a mind to take what comes, be It good or bad, tho wo somotlmos think tho bln'a about full of tho latter. I wouldn't dlvulgo his name or give nny sort of Intimation so that tho mot acuto minds 'could figure out as to whom It was but, a certain fellow. a fellow with moro hair tfnd the "awfullest" bowhlskered face, who lives 'twixt horo and Llvermore, told mo that Charlie Foster was perhaps not wobb-footebut tho said Charles most assuredly had wobb upon his brain. This whisJored gont did not say just what sort of wobb ft might be, nnd that's nil wo know about It. d, t al k, icy-col- d, Suits that look well nnd wear well are made by A. E. ANDERSON & CO. CHICAGO m t r tur-effe- Boavcr Dam Coal Co.' ..J' , S r KNIT HEADWEAR Miss Kathleen Turner spent nesday in Owensboro. Wed- BRITISH ARE WARNED NOT TO AID WRANGEL Copenhagen, Nov, 17 M. Tchlt-chorlthe Russian Sovlot foreign minister, hns sent to Earl Curzon, tho British secretary for foreign affairs, a wireless message in which ho says that participation of tho British fleet In the ovacuation of General Wrangel in tho Crimea would con- stltuto a hostile net townrd the Soviet and a violation of tho suranco that Great Britain gave to tho Moscow government. The messago reads: "Information from various Bources gives us reason to bellovo that tho Intention Is entortained of utilizing British vessels to transport General Wrnngel and the goods ho seized from Southern Russia tp other countries. It can not be denied that participation of tho British navy In the movements of Insurgents fighting against Russia would constitute a hostile act on the part of.the British government toward the Russian government and a violation of the assurances which tho British government has given us on this subject on various occasions. "Tho Russian government expects that tho 'British government will abstain from all acts of this kind, from which the Russian government would draw inevitable conclusions. m n, Kir jikT 4 mmm &&, They're here! Knitted toques and caps of style and warmth and top most quality. Esquimos, Sport Caps and Hockey Caps knitted of the softestwooland finished with the utmost care in the smart new styles and colors. See our wonderful showing of knitted hcadwear while our line is complete. PRICED FROM Lotcher Beck, of Roslnc, was In town yesterday, on business. Squlro J. L. Pattern and son, Willie, of Ralph, woro In Hartford .estarrtt?. , week-qn- Yowcll Foster was the guest last of rolntlves In Centcrtown. d, G. T. Tucker, of near Horton. was hero yesterdny attending, to business Some Prices Are Gradually Beingv Lowered. And This is What This Store is Doing to Help: Without any great noise or publicity, and regardless of the cost to this s'tore and the loss to it, we are giving to our patrons atonce the-avantages of a changing wholesale market. And this regardless of the fact that such wholesale quotations have not in the least affected the cost to us of the merchandise in our.store, which, of course, was bought months prior to its sale. d A good live, Paront-Teach- er Asso- ciation was recently organized Nocreek. at Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cundlff havo movod from Hammond, to Terro Hauto, Ind. Messrsi 0. W. Williams and E. S. Mauzy, of Route 3, Beaver Dam, were In town Wednesday, on business. Mr. and Mrs; C. O. Hunter returned. Saturday, from Louisville, where they had spent thrco or four days. Nocreek school, Capt C. B. Shown, Our oflerinc includesTams, llllr m & teacher, gave a plo supper last Friday night, the proceeds of which netted $24.95. Messrs. S. L. and W. I J. Phillips, Rubo Eddlngton and S. A. Hendricks, of Aetnavllle, were 'in Hartford yes terday. DUKEHURST. This is no special sale. It is simply a reduction in the prices of merchandise affected by present wholesale conditions. For instance : You can count upon this store to continue to faithfully fulfill its promises of service, and to sacrifice, if necessaiy for the benefit of its patrons. You can'depend upon this store to meet its responsibility of providing the best merchandise at prices v that are the lowest the market conditions warrant lower than you will find .them in a majority of cities. I? 50c to 1.50 N i Jefferson Mills Knitted Headwear , n 91 SWEATER COATS The season is on us for these goods, and we are prepared with a big stock. Coat Sweaters, SHj-oSweaters, Etc. Remember us when you need these seasonable goods. Priced from $5.00 to $12.50. butcher shop in connection with our Red Cow, 10 years grocery, and will have constantly on old, crop off each ear. Left home July hand fresh beef and pork Your pa1th. Notify tronage solicited. C. B. FELTY, DEVER BROS. Simmons, Ky. Mrs- - A- - c- - Portcr 3Pent Tuesday 20t2p c The Hartford Republican and Wednesday, in Owcnsboro. Mr W. C. Everly and little daughAttorneys C. E. Smith and A. D. ter, Winona Clark, and Mr. J. F. Hill NOVEMBER 10 FRIDAY Mr jame3 C. Bennett was in Ow- - Kirk went to JJvansvIUe, Ind., yester- of Centertown, were in Hartford, yesday, for the purpose qf taking deposi- terday. ensboro last week end, on business. tions in a numbor of cases pending In t PERSONAL NEWS Mrs. .Inn. A. Tlnlm wna thn friimf tho Ohio Circuit Court. LIVIA, ROUTE 2. AND SOCIAL EVENTS 0f relatives In Owcnsboro last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphree Tho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Saturday. arrived home from Loulsvlllo and Wayne WIgglnton, was burled In Mt. All kinds of trcsh Fruits and Can- -. ' r8. C. II. Darnott is acting-matroFrankfort, Monday. They attended Carmel Cemetery Mbnday evening. dies a TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Football at the Rest Rooms'ln tbe absence of tho Kentucky State-Centr- e It looks as if wo were going to game at Lexington, Saturday. . of fresh Sour Krout at Mrs. Eranin Schrootor. Barrel have a Federal Highway protty 3oon, : TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. tho way the men are working on tho Had you thought about pickling road. MINEKS' Lamps, Carbide, Picks, Mr. Ivan Gulnn spent a few days Try a Hartford Republican ad. It Handles and other Minors' Supplier, your meat, but woro afraid that you up See us when you need anything' in couldn't get stone jars to put It last week with his sister, Mrs. Will will bring results. WILLIAMS & DUKE havo Neal. in? ACTON BROS. this lino. them in all sizes, and lard cans too. Let every one remember next Sat- Mr. W. C. Keene, of Shrovo, was urday and Sunday is our regular Our now stock of canned corn, peas, hero Tuesday, on business. A large assortment of cakes In meeting day at Mt. Carmel. beans, kraut, hominy, tomatoes etc., . 21t2 bulk carried in stock at all times. Wo Mr. and Mrs. Archlo Mosley and Wo pay ca3h every day for eggs and of the beat grade, Is now in. buy often, but In small quantities and children spent Saturday night and WILLIAMS & DUKE. W. E? ELLIS & BRO. .poultry. by that method our stock Is always Sunday with relatives at Barnett's " 21t2 fCreek. Celery, fresh. of Sulphur For select Cranberries, Mr. J. B. Wallace, WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mondayf Springs, was in town Mr. Will Neal and family have Fruits anU everything needed for your tranksglvlng dinner, or for any moved into their new home. Furniture of al kinds, including Mr. I. S. Mason made a "flying" Wo havo Ryo, Red Top and Timo- - other occasion go to ACTON BROS. Beds, Chairs, Dressers, Tables, Kitch- trip to Loulsvlllo and Frankfort last , thy Seed. ACTON BROS. When hungry como to my place. en Cabinots and most anything In this week. on short notice, line you may need at m'oney-3avin- g Choice lunches Prayer meeting Is progressing niceprices. ' 21t2 ly at Mt. Carmel. Mr. John Tanner Coal Buckets, flro Shovels and all something that satisfies. ACTON BROS. ARTHUR LEACH, was appointed to lead our meeting such things can be had at ACTON, At Mint'on's Old Stand. 21t2 next Wednesday evening. BROS. Edward Hoovor, residing on tha m Dr. E. B. Pendlton and daughter, Tho cold woathor and reasonable Hartford and Owcnsboro rqad, near Robort Sidney Walker, who has been in Akron, Ohio, for some time, prices are moving our heating Stoves Beda, lost his dwelling and all the Miss Mary Laura, and little son Eu right along, but wo can supply your contents, with the exception of one gene Banks, will return today from arrived home Saturday. , needs. 21t2 bed and a dresser, by fire, Monday Louisville, where they have been morning, of this week. since Tuesday. ACTON BROS. ,. A nco lino of fresh Oysters, counts, selects and standards at BALD KNOB. Don't waste the long, winter Fresh Groceries, Confectioneries, TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. that are coming. Enjoy them Cigars and .Tobacco at prices you reading your favorlto magazines. We J Lula Pulton little daughter of Mr. Messrs. A. R. Brown, ttad W. T. will be pleased with. havo a large line of Periodicals. If we (Bud Fulton, is quite ill. ARTHUR LEACH, Howard, of near Whltesville, were Aunt Bcckle Hines is seriously ill . At L. MInton Stand. do not havo your favorites we will Monday, on business. in Hartford with doublo pneumonia. gladly get them for you. MIssElla Mae Sandefur visited her TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Harry May, accompanied by his Vernon Wheeler, who has been in sister, Mrs. Connie Loach, Saturday. Akron, Ohio, during tho past several sister, Miss Susie, went to Owcnsboro The pie suppor at Rob Roy Friday Wo received a communication from Monday, where Harry underwent an months, arrived home last week-enMack Benton, a few days night, was well attended. The prize operation for adenoids and tonsil our friend, ago, from Tulsa, Okla., whero he Is plo bringing $1.25. FOR SAliE 1' yoke good, heavy trouble. Mr, and Mrs. Reathol Thomas vis-to- d employed by an Oil Producing conwork Catl'le. Mrs. Thomas' father, Mr, Richard ' Mrs. Emma Schroeter, Matron at cern. Mack Is a son of Mr, and Mrs. FULKERSON, . L. D. Echols, Ky. the Rest Rooms, lett yesterday for T. H. Benton, of Centertown, and an- - Daviess, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Daugherty and Spottsvillo and Robinson, 111., to other of Ohio County's boys who is Saturday night J little daughter spent ,NEW ARRIVALS at WILLIAMS spend soma three weeks with friends making good. ana sunuay at Mr. jennio wnties.- Dates and relatives. Raisins, Currants, & DUKE;S Mr. L. M. Sandefur and sister, Mrs. Mrs. D. II. Barnos will return to and Evaporated Fruits. All, 1920 COMB IN and buy your wlfo that day from Louisville, where she has Ella Taylor, visited Mrs. Taylor's sis21t2 stock; . COOK STOVE or RANGE sho has been to see hor sister, Mrs. James ter, Mrs. Pig Porter, at Cromwell, agont for needed so long. Wo have a good sup Lyons, who underwent an operation Sunday. Mr.- - in EjMlBchko, chief There Is to bo a big Box Supper at in a hospital there, some time ago. the L. & N. RiR. Co., Springfield, ply of tho best the market affords. Lyons has recovered sufficient- Mt. Pleasant School house, Saturday Mrs. ACTON BROS. Tenn,, spent1 from Saturday to Mon- 21t2 l night of the 20th. Conducted by ly as to be ablo to travel and day hero with his family. Mr. Parke Taylor returned 'Monalso leave Louisville today, going tho teacher,Prof. Naclo Crowdor, Mr. andMrs, Roy Stowart, of BeaAnything that goes with tho turkey day from Lexington, .where ho had to Corbin tQ spend a few days with thanksgiving dinner wo will havo been to visit friends a few days and hor son, Dr. Willis Lyons and her ver Dam, ,visited Mrs. Stewart's sisor brother, Dr. E. A. Carson, beforo re- ter, Mrs. Everott Taylor, last 2U2 Incldently to atiend tho State-Centit, fresh for the occasion. ' turning to her homo in Atlanta, Qa. Grid battle WILLIAMS & DUKE. ESTKAYI3D i i I d. , 2kj&a Mr. J. E. Park went to Fordsville Mr. Howard Webb and family, of lower Nocreek, moved to Owpnsboro Saturday, on business. Mr. J. Ti Hines, of Earllngton, visyesterday, where they will make their ited relatives here, this week. future. home. Mr. Alvali V. Wade of McHenry, is . Mr. V. C. Ward, of near Beda, re; here this week, attending to business. Mr. J. T. Hoagland, of Fordsville, turned last week from Louisville, whero he had spent several days, vis- spent Sunday with relatives 'hear Clear Run. , ,., iting his daughters. Mrs. Mac Colburn Is. visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Plum Shreve, who son, Mr. Otis Colburn and wife of havo been in Illinois for some time, Indiana. Mr. Dan Mitchell, of Bells' Run, returned to this placo Wednesday, and will remain here during the win called to see his sister ,MrsB. ,M. Coombs, while In this vicinity Monter. day. Mrs. Hosea Shown, of WhltesMessrs. W. H. Barnes and M. L. ville, visited her brother, Mr. G.' R. Hoavrln went to Cbulsvllle Wednes day, on business. Mr.Heavrln will HIckey and family here last week. go on to Cincinnati, Ohio, before re NEW BUTCHER SHOP. turning homo.' We have opened up an end Miss Alma Baughn spent in Hartford. the week Calico 15c per yard. Dress Gingham . . 25c to 40c per yard 1 yd. wide dark Percale 35c per yard 1 yd. wide light Percale 30c per yard 1 yd. wide Hoosier Cotton ... ,20c per yard Hope Cotton . 25c per yard 4 Brown heeting 65c per yard 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting 75c per yard 4 Bleach Sheeting 75c per yard' 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting 85c per yard .M 9-9-- Those who keep posted on our merchandise andf on our prices will be amply rewarded. Carson Z L Co y Hartford, Kentucky. 1 iC A man 1us: a few minutes sa1' agp, he would not think of. leaving home without a package of Lane's Cold Tablets in his bag, and every one who has used just as cpeaks highly of them." these tablets IAIfES.LD TABLET'S "The Pink Tablets in tho Yellow Box."- -' LE ROY, N. Y. r mate LOOT OF MAIL CAR that TOTALS $3,500,000 from V. s. Iiomli To Amount of $800,000 Taken From One I'ouch Officials Stntc. Council Bluffs, la., Nov. 16 Loss in the Chicago, Burlington and Qufncoy mall car robbery here last Saturday night will total at least according to a story published today by the Council Bluffs Evening Nonpareil. This, according to the newspaper, became known today when additional postotfice officials came toassist local Investigators in a check of the insuranco on the stolen mall pouches. One sack which was found ripped open contained $800,000 in government bonds, tha investigators said. Tho bonds were en routo from San Francisco to Washington, D. O., and It was believed a larger amount had been contained in tho bag. Officers made a thoro search, but no more sacks were recovered. mail Merle Phillips, sorter on the train, sticks to his sto ry that ho merely stood watch on the locomotive while two othors did the actual robbing, but officers assort they are convinced ho Is withholding valuable information. Newspaper KMlinnto Accuruto Offi cial SU)H. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 16 An esti in the Council Bluffs Jfanparea. the amount of property stcitanz a mail car in that city Saturdasr night will total $3,000,000 Is fairly accurato, in tho opinion of L. J. Patterson, superintendent of 'mails at;' Counfll Blnffs. Mr. Patterson said the flgura re ported in tho newspaper would 'coscer-prettclose' to the amount stolen. Postmaster George Hughes lrheas. ' questioned, regarding the amount tbe loss, said hb thought the Nen-parl- els information was correct, hst that he was not in a position to Postmajfrtn. details. Assistant Johnson, at Council Bluffs, safi fee "could not see where the newspaper got its figures," but that ho was see. in a position to contradict tha Nobl--pare-ll's account. y 00 , clear; run; fad m The first snow of tho season last night, here. 'A she-wil- re Mrs. A. B. Stowart, ot'OwensftoctiK. visited relatives near Hartford Are- aday and Tuesday. Mr. Clyde flunk and family visit od Mr. and Mrs. Henry Purdue, eC this placo, Saturday and Sunday. Mr, Earl Thomasson, who has a job of hauling coal at CentortowTt. was homo a few days this weofc. Mr, Clifton Hoover has purchased the Clear Run storo bouse, but M Glenn Stewart will continue to sell groceries thero for a short timo. A.U in I mtl I hopolessly wanting. Nobody has put It more concisely LOUISVILLE MAN nnd wlthnl mora comprehensively GAINS 17 POUNDS than Mr. Otto H. Kahn did a fow days CIRCUIT COURT. REAVER DAM. ' before election when ho said: Judge R. W. Black, Owenibo-o- . Tench-inj- ? or from now on; tho retailer can af Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKounoy. I.os Itrdtic ctl lly "Tho people appear determined to Cotu'tli. Attorney C. B. Smith, Hartford to sell at less for his costs are Clerk R. W. King. Uo Of Scrum. administer n crushing rcbuko to an Says ford. becoming lower. Tanlac Proved To Be Clerk A. C. Losses by hog cholera have boon Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Porter, Hartford., "Hero nro somo men's shirts" he administration and a party which, materially reduced In Dullock CounThe Very Thing He Need- Mfthter Commissioner Otto C. Mar; Marshal II. F. Stovons. having come into power by a fluko In ty, Ala , ns a result of the work of said, indicating an exhibition, "which tin, Hartford. ed And Has Relieved Him dozen n fow 1912 and by a deceitful election cry tho county ngont In training farmers wholesaled at $45 FORDSVILLK. . Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, ago. Now they are offered in 1916, havo established an unparal-lolc- d In various centers thriiout tho coun- months Of All His Troubles. record for inefficiency, wasteHartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. nnd apparatus de- at $16.60 a dozen. Here nro 2,000 ty to use tho scrum fulness and general 1st Monday in March 11 days Clork Olla Cobb. veloped by tho department. Forty-nln- o suits offered at $16.50 suits that orat homo and for mischievous medCom'th. and Civil. head, havo dinarily wholesaled at $45.75. cara of hogs, 3,928 Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. have actually gained soventeon 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. "I has dling and flagrant bungling abroad." pounds In weight on "Tho ago of extravaganco been markotcd from tho county thru Marshal Grant Pollard. threo bottles of lBt Monday in July 12 days After that November 1918, when estimated passed and rather than let tho goods cooporatlvo work, with an the American nation nt tho Congress "TnriTac," was tho statement made Com'th. and Civil. saving of $G,000. In Houston Coun- rot on the shelves tho manufacturers elections allowed tho measure lf had by James II. Johnson, of 1725 Crop IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September ty tho department's representative are getting what they can out of. FOR PRESENT Willi taken of Mr. Wilson, of his Adminis- St., Louisville, Ky. Civil. taught .IS men to vacclnnto hogs. Six them." "For somo months I had been in a 4th Monday in November-- 13 his party, nothing moro dayi tration and of e sets of Instruments owned by the County Board of Education E. 8. n My ap- badly condition. was needed to damn them IrredeemCom'th. and Civil. AUSTRIA SUI'IvS ADMISSION Dothan Rotary Club were supplied Howard, S. S. O. C. public eye, tho public petlto was very poor and oven tho TO LKAGUH OV NATIONS ably In tho , COUNTY COURT. to the demonstrators and a sejrum- -' heart and the public brain, t is llttlo I'dtd manago to cat fermented DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, distributing point was established In many things inexpressibly and bloated mo up with gas until I Meets first Monday In each month. Routo 6. Vienna, Nov. 9 Tho .Australian true that charge of a reliable veterinarian. Jurigo Mack Cook. a mm-orl- al astounding 'and nationally humiliat- was In perfect misery. My nerves Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo, 9,000 head of hogs woro treated. Government has formulated County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. were so upset I could nover get a requesting admission of Aus- ing had happened since then. Thcro In many cases It was found that Clerk W. C. Btankenshlp. DIv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunLoaguo of Nations. Tho had been tho war squanders, v.itii good night's sleep. I felt tired and sickness, other than cholora, was duo tralia to tho filicrlfT S. A. Bratcher. dee draft of tho memorial was adopted by tho Immeasurable waste of army mon worn out all tho tinio, just had to to somo Incidental cause, such as Superintendent E. S. Howard. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosino. Chief Parliamentary Committee eys, navy moneys all public mon- force myself to work and was going had peanut meal, and balanced ra- tho Jnllcr Worth Tichenor. down hill every day. Uoday. It will bo presented to Parlia eys. There had been tho IncomparaDiv. No. 5 Otis Stevens; Beavor D. E. Ward. Tiuc Commissioner tions were advised. Tho county "I remembered that about two ble muddling of economic situations Dam. agent's work resulted In 32 farmers ment, which assembles tomorrow, and like Surveyor C. S. Moxley. n the crops, tho coal supply, the years ago when I was In a establishing pastures to keep their then will be forwarded to the leaguo Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. 6 Nat LIndley, Conter-tow- n. transportation machinery of tho na- condition and my kidneys wero worhogs off the open range, tho land thus headquarters in Geneva. e tion. Thero came tho wreck of Li rying mo a great deal, I had taken FISCAL. COURT. pastured being freed of many noxious DEANS IS BEANS BUT MUST County Bonrd of Examiners: E. S berty bond values. Thero came tho Tanlac with wonderful results, so I Moots first Tuesday In April and weeds by tho rooting of tho animals, NOT BE MISLABELED indefensible strangling of industry decided to try it again. I commenc Howard, Mrs. Dirdio Midkl'ff an October. and prepared for future cultivation. and business by depriving them of ed improving right away and In a 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. Forty-fou- r farmers In the county wero A Naga Azure bean, a Japanese currency and credit thru tho vast short while my appetite wns so good Toachers Instituto, Sopt. 13th Route 3. interested In stump removing am product is not a red kidney bean, it drainage of loanablo funds by a my wlfo said she could hardly cook 17th. about 2,000 acres of land was cleared was decided yesterday afternoon by Treasury which simply wadded every enough for me to eat. I can eat meat 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav er Dam. in this 'movement. About 5 tons of a jury in the United States District EXAMINATIONS or Just anything I want without hav Ord District Q. B. Drown, SImmoni. bank with Government I. O. U's. dynamite was bought for the purposo Court returning a verdict in favor of With all that grewsomo back- ing a particle of trouble afterward. lth District G. W. Rowe, Center-towCommon School Diploma May 14 largely on tho cooperative plan. the Government in tho caso against ground of Incompetence, waste and My nerves are In fine shape. I sleep and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam the Marshall Canning Company, feeling 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-towDemocrats never had a well and that tired, worn-ou- t failure tho nnd Fordsvlllo.. Farmers Miv Own Fertilizer. Iowa, charged with mis- chance to continue In control of any is all gone." May 21 and 22 County Teachers' Farmers in Morgan County, Ala., branding. part of tho national Government a Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. Otli District V7. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whito)., have saved approximately $10 a ton For nearlV six hours testimony was longer than the American peo- L. D. Dean,; In Beaver Dam by R. T. 7tli District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. May 2S and 29 County Teachers by mixing their fertilizer at home un heard concerning beans from canners minute ple could put all of thorn out. That Taylor, Jr.; nnd In McIIenry by S. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examinotion at Hartford, (Colored). der the direction of the county agent and Government' exports, more than Is, they never had a phance unless J. Tichenor. Advertisement. ford, Route 5. Juno 18 and 19 County and Stato instead of shipping in the leady mix 400 varieties being discussed by bot- they could s set up another false IsTeachers Examination at Fordsvlllo, ed article. About 300 farmers have anists, pharmacognists, chemists, HARTFORD. NUNS VOTE IN NEW JERSEY slip (White). joined tho homemade fertilizer move- canners and attorneys. Testimony sue under cover of which to Mayor J. E. Bean. again into the Executive Government, June. 25 and 26 County and Stato ment. Ten farmers Joined In buying Clerk J. A. Howard. Thirty-fiv- e showed that since the war Naga perhaps into tho Legislative Governsisters from a nunnery Teachers' Examination at Hartford, a. carload of ground limestone which Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Azure beans have invaded the country ment as well. New York Sun. In Caldwell, N. J voted in a body, (Colored). was used with good results, and a Marshal E. P. Casoblcr. so that nearly 90 per cent of beans using their given names before joins s Sopt. 17 and IS County and testing nitrate of canned as red kidney beans aro of number have been ing the Catholic order. Tho Vatican PRESIDENT HAS BATH-TUROCKPORT Examination at Hartford, soda on corn and cotton The factory-mixe- d foreign growth. They are cheaper, it authorities at Rome had issued a (Whito). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. commercial fertilizer has cost was brought out. Canners claimed For tho first time In history the statement commending woman sufClerk N. II. Bratcher. Sent. 24 and 25 County and Stato- $40 tp $60 a ton and the price placed the beans were tho same shape and Elysee palace, the White House of frage where it exists and approving Pollso Judge S. L. Fulkorson. Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, a limit on Its use which has been wore red after canning and therefore This the use of the ballot, by Catholic France, has a regular bath-tuMarshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). largely relieved by the practice of did not violate any provision of the was demanded by President Miller-an- women, including those in religious home mixing. In Bullock County 10 Pure Food Act. who insisted on modern con- houses. central communities have engaged in The cae attracted much attention veniences. The former presidents cooperative buying of commercial IVaxifsl as It was a test one. There are more thq!r baths in shallow metal THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION fertilizer and Ingredients for home-mixe- d than seventy similar cases in as many took ISSUED BY PRESIDENT WILSON tubs Into which tho water was pouraVSal fertilizer. cities between Main and California. ed by valets from antique pitchers. USQ Inspectors having seized Tho new president also had some of Government Washington, Nov. 17 President vv rae THE BEST CROP OF ALL. large quantities of beans alleged to somber rooms redecorated and Wilson Issued his Thanksgiving proTho best crop any slate of the na have been labeled in such a way as tho flted out with costly tapestries. Presi- clamation recently saying that "In JJTMlSs'SisMla'THIl.i l3ii1 tion can raise is a crop of just plain to be mlsleadlng, FOR PERSONAL HYHIRNK dent Millerand is a family man, and a plenty, security and peace, our virtuDissolved in water for douches stops wnnlnanmn tmva nnrl rfrla lVliot ot" peoplo face .u pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamfew of tho dally reception rooms.havo ous and would be tho use of working hard to EDITORIAL COMMENT. m jT sr" J been fitted out as bedrooms for his future," nnd setting aside Thursdaj, mation., Recommended by Lydia E. develop a fine country, unless there Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. November 25, for tho usual obserfour children. A,healing wonder for nasal catarrh, were some good, dependable boys and This national election of 1920 was vances. The text follows: sore throat and sore eyes Economical. o girls to leave It to? Hat eitrawdinary tleaoiiOB and acrmiodtl power. won for the Republican' party jnot "The season approaches when It ISacale Freo. 50c. all dnmuU. or roiraij MRS. ROOSEVELT VOTES Children tr I But boys and girls are moro dlffl- - during tho campaign. It was already ""'""To"''' Com Mmr. llortoo. Mm. 1 behooves us to turn from the distrac1m cult to raise than "record-breakin- g A Safe Old Fashioned won4definitely and finally long before The widow of former President tions and preoccupations of our daily cows or fine horse's. Sometimes wo tho national conventions of tho two Remedy for Worms Roscvclt voted 1ft a llttlo blacksmith Ille, that wa nia contompiuti? fie get so Interested in building- - up a great parties met in June and July Seventy .five yearo contin. mercies whicn hui been voucnsifod finojarm, or a great city, that we for- - before anybody dreamed who would shop between Sagamoro Hill and to us, and render uous use is the best test!, ESSgSUSZXSV heartfelt and un monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE get to bring up the kind of children bo tho candidates of either party, but Oyster Bay, N. Y., which was the feigned God for His thanks vito .n can offer you. 50 that cam bo trusted with these won - 'When everybody of sound American regular voting placo of Col Roosevelt manifold goodnus Keep a bottle always on for many years. All hor family and if rmi MMi"i -- t 4 .1 flnrftil In vpntnmnf a nnil nntornrtspa hand. It will help keep ,'i w sav ii "This is an o'd obssrram3 of he her servants also voted. the little ones healthy We cannot leave the boys and.girls to know what tho issue was. American peoplo, deeply imbedded la $rT3ElJ3 J3.. o and happy. grow up any moro than a farmer can I This national campaign of 1920 . UZi f.3 30cabottieatyourdnjrgiitor our thought and habit. Tho burgeneral atore; or if your dealer "NOTICE." turn his cattle loose in tho neighbor- - Was won, In truth, two years ago BWfflM bL can't uprJyyou.tendhunatno dens and tho stresses of life havo nu juc Hi tarn pi and well hood and expect to have fino stock when Mr, Wilson called upon tho Succeed when everythlnjr else falls. end you a bottle promptly. their own Insistence. In nervous prostration nnd female I in tho end. Ohio County Court. eountry to give him another DemoL & S. FREY. EUfatrt. Mi. If causo for "Wo havo abundant wcalcneese" they are the supreme i w The ,youth must bo given high cratic Congress to serve his own ends Regular terra, first day, 1st day thanksgiving. The lesions of the war i remedy, at thousands have testified. & ideals, "and trained to be honest and while ho worked his own will upon of November, 1920. great army I FOB fritlNg:V-- t IVPB AMfi P' aro rapidly healing. Tho dopendablo men and women. A the national representatives of the Finley Carter, et al., of freemen, which America sent to STOMACH TROUBLE Vs. Order. healthy body "can produce only a American people, but the voters of tho dofonso of liberty, returning to d it is the best medicine ever cold fi over a druggist's counter. strong and vigorous mind. By con- tho United States responded with a Public Ditch. tho grateful embrace of tho nation, j Tho viewers' final report filed in has resumed tho useful pursuits of WILL stant effort on tho part of parents complete overturn of tho Democratic day of Octo- peace, as simply and as promptly as and leaders, habjts of thrift and In- ifouso of Representatives and a closo this action on the TAKE OUR ber, 1920, has been submitted to and it rushed to arms in obedience to tho dustry are formed that will insure capturo of tho Senate. success. It take; time, trouble and If Mr. Wilson himself had been a examined by tho court and found to country's call. The equal justice of money to ralso a good crop of boys candidate for two years bo In due form and in accordance our laws, has received steady vindicannd girls, but it's worth It., Thrift ago when he lost his Congress and with law, and tho engineer having tion in the support of a A Troalircnl Magazine. " ' " for WEAK w&vP!iME& when his party lost further claim to oxamlned said report and approyed peoplo against various and sincere atm tho United States Government, ho too, samo without any changes in tho planj tacks, which havo reflected only tho LUNGS 01 wo doubt not, would havo gone down of drainage therein, it is thereforo baser agitations of war, now happily and adjudged by tho court that passing. to defeat at the same time. CONSUMPTION I In American politics there never said report bo and it is accepted, and "In plenty, security and peace, our For Infants and Children had been anything moro deliberate it Is set for final hearing on tho first virtuous and people face ffellng next A quick relief for that ttscd, Years and selfish than his betrayal of a day of tho court. regular December tho future, Its duties and Its opporIn Use For Over coughs, pains In chrtt. nlcht sweats, lirmor argo part of the American people into term of this rbacci, weak Iudks or consumption. It It docs Always bears tunities. May we havo vision to not help you it costs you oolhloE. Tho clerk of this court Is ordered discern our duties; tho strength, both a the a hollci which ho incesantly Instilled Signature of and directed to glvo notice of tho of hand and resolvo,' to dlschargo into them that he nover would go to OHIO MEDICAL CO. SS,Kir?2 war. Thoro nover had been anything flnnl hearing of this report by publi- them; and tho soundness of heart to more cruel and dangorous than his cation in one issue of the Hartford beliovo that the truest opportunities WHOLESALE PRICES CUT newspaper of BY CLOTHING MEX refusal from the sumer of 1914 to Republican, a weekly are those of service. eneral circulation in tho county, pubtho spring of 1916 to let tho GovOver fifty years ago a young "In a spirit, then, of dovotion and V-VEpostChicago, Nov. 9 Men's clothing ernment of tho American peoplo build lished at Hartford, Ky and by stowardshlp we should give thanks physician practiced widely 'in a ing a written or printed notice on in our hearts, and dedicate ourselves rural district and became famous for Immediate delivery was offered a Navy to defend their shores when for his uniform success in the u huyors today at prices 10 to 50 per tho world was aflamo with war, to let tho Court House door at Hartford, to tho service of our God's merciful Tahiti UrnO Til Aii!nv rP diHAo'ca below proscnt wholesale prices. It recruit a Army when wo were Ky., and by posting flvo notices at and loving purposes to his children. cent Drainestab-- YOV LSZJT 3MQ "Wherefore,- - I Woodrow Wilson, Pierce, who afterwards Goods for .spring and summer deliv- threatened more and more, to let it conspicious places thruout tho ery wero shown at prices 10 to 33 3 manufacture cannon and rifles, gath- age District. Said publication and President, of tho United States of lisneu iiunacu 111 duiibiu, it. j.., when, notices to bo made and posted for at America, do hereby deslgnato Thursper cent under those of a year ago, er ammunition and supplies and placed one of his prescriptions, least two weeks before tho final hoar-In- g day, tho twenty-fift- h and similar articles Indeed, ho would permit this' day of Novemwhich ho called "Golden Medical and men's shirts of this action. to mnko scarcely, a pound of ber, next, as a day of Thanksgiving were shown at greatly reduced prices Discovery," in the drug stores of A copy Attest: and prayer and I call upon my coun nt tho opening of the thirteenth semi- powder. the United States so that tho pubW. C. BLANKENSHIP, But after his. trymen to cease from their ordinary lic could easily obtain this very in 1916 annual buying convention of the "UnitPcclfrlcht all tho time. Don't lay 08 Clerk Ohio County Court. tasks and avocations upon 21tl bad been won on that falso Issuo, and ed National Clothlors. that day, t remarkable t3nic, corrective and from work for days by taking calomot keeps yos giving it up to tho remombranco of Diooa-mattTho convention is being attended through his indifforenco, neglect and ur. rierco manu- when pleasant Lio- - Ver-Lo- x your CLAY IN SOAP. hy retail clothing" dealers from soven- perversity tho country had been left God and His blessings, and thotr dufactured this " Discovery '', from on your feet, whilo relieving take. troujx to. Safer too, and easy to Don't tiful and grateful acknowledgement." teon Middle Western and Western naked of military armor, mighty lltroots and barks a corrective tako anything else. You can't afford States, nnd has taken the form of a tlo time elapsod boforo ho plunged us remedjt, tho ingredients of which It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By a It is said that soap in which from Into war. Right thou and thoro the 10 to 60' per cent of tho usual fatty huge display of wade-u- p garmohta vuiiiiisiiXiiri not so nature had put in the fields' and tern and relieves constipation A hut. ural remedy, natural in ltsactions, "The public Is not buying; manu- American pooplo.woro done with Mr.. acids havo boon replaced by colloidal forests, for keeping us healthy. in its cilcot and certain in results. bun are overstoek-od,- " Wilson for good and all and with ills or finely divided cluy ia beter than papers foi r. fioo ad Few folks or families now living "Working the be long before Lio- - Vtr-La- x wlD facturers nnd dealers said W. L. Me'ir, treasurer and purty for many a day to coma.' His elds; At the samo time soap con- Is 1: ardor than li used to he. Editors have not at'sdmetimo or other used completely displaco calomol m ever tako it freely an" goneral mijnngjjr of tho association, administration, hit Congrats, his gov- taining clay is less Qxpausiv. Tha sverywhoro havo boon placed on tholr this "Golden Medical Discovery" home. Children can Dvcrvbottlu truiir. with ncrfect safotv. today "Tha nrlca uiujtf eome down. ernment, hia party, alraadyjmt to tha bmp constating altogether of fatty guttrd. Siu'' Is tha only Ui'ug the for the stomach, liver and heart. nnteed. BOeanc $1 in bottles. Nous-juixtqra lMkavas niuen the p per lifts to Mil, syiil it is' unjust to Over twenty -- four million bottlos ponuine without tho likeness and sign We luve passed th njaak ia hlfta full test as to their balnea capacity. soap-cla- y pries of wiMH'iijAiMUJr1- - MJn'1' thir prmeMrt! training audi their 'time as ordinary soap except tint lib pert the odpr f,o give aK.ys, pays of this tonic and bopd remedy ' UMttord, 153 co Ureckon,rJjrtj,'e Colo. Jiu-m.- 1. clutl lng will bo consldarqbty tucap- - American sumption, waro found oleauiing power is greater. luttp keen sold, hi tula country. , ". . WILMAmb, JIoK-Cliolc- FARM DEPARTMENT., DIRECTORY h t run-dow- run-dow- t n. Mar-shallto- n. Stato-Teacher- b. d, . rEvcry Woman r Mothers " self-rellrn- V?Wreys vermil mQ For the Of -- yX in. I !.. ..n.. FiFB, i s ! 1 "1lX m YOU. GERMINAL REMEDY law-abidi- CASTOR 30 ed w self-relia- nt FORGONE MONTH mz&x USE LI R-L AX LlVCr the Troubles of Constipation. Gov-ornmo- nt " , er, u.v: ' . pfw.'iiw. iowuy - WILL NOT VOTE TD SCRAP LEAGUE Senator-elec- Ileckham and count bini na onn of my warm friends. During my campaign I avoided scrupulously any roteronco to his personal character." Louisville Times. i UL rUULILANb oliLolN AFTER BIG VICTORY il X TIIKV IlIUOAK IT GENTLY Whonover a subscriber gets mad Mindful OF Responsibility'! at an editor and steps his paper he out ucicrmmea 10 most always snys ho can't afford it, Make Good. Instoad of coming right out and saying ho don't want tho darn sheet In his houso and ho hopes the editor wilt Agnlnst tho Lcnguo of Nations na it ilcrvo to death liv the quickest and Washington, Nov. 10. With a mabut would accept it with re- shortest route. Trenton Mc. Repub- jority of 162 In the ilouno and 22 In I stands, servations which would amply pro- lican. ' the Senate, tho Republican party has ! tect Amorlca. returned to power with a solemn HAGEN11KCK ZOO CLOSED. Will voto ror nothing that is in viosonso of responsibility after ten years Panama lation of tho of Democratic control. Canal tolls treaty. Tho Hagcnbock zoological exposiTho fact that the Houso majority Against tho excess protlts tax. tion at Hamburg, perhaps the most Is larger than ever given any party famous in tho world, has been clos- In tho history of tho country and thnt Favors tho budget system. From his l(v office in tho First ed on account of tho high prlco of tho Senato majority Js sufficient to National Dank Building, Cincinnati, food nnd fuel. Tho great collection make suro of tho pabsngo of all party from whose windows ho commands a of animals was started In 1848 when measures, docs not causo elation .sweep of his homo town Of Coving- tho elder Hagonbeck brought home a among tho leaders In either branch ton across tho river nnd tho Konton polar bear and n few seals on n whal- of Congress so much a determination and Campbell Counties constituencies ing vessel. In 1875 Hagcnbcck mado to do away with tho evils' In adminiswhich gnve him such Mb majorities. a tour of EUrope with his animals. It tration which caused tho landslide In Senator-eleRichard Pretlow Ernst is said that most of tho wild animals their favor. who has been olected on tho faco'of exhibited thruout the world today It Is only within tho facts to say tho returns to succeed Senator J. C. aro from tho Hagonbeck collection. that no party over camo to power AV. Beckham In the halls of tho upper with such a serious sonso of responsiidarlno gluo, orlglnnlly designed bility ns the Republican party at this houso of Congress, gave tho Louis-vlll- o Times' representative his posi- for uso on ships, is made by dissolv time. In Interviews with those who tion on four nuestiona of tho day, as ing one part rubber gum In crude. are to wield that power one is Imbonzlno and mixing with It two parts pressed at once with this feeling stated In brief above . that telling tho world that ho has of shellac. Tho materials must be tho party must do great things to In accepted tho basic idea of tho Lcaguo heated In tho process of mixing, pre- make good and that it will do them. ferably by means of an electrical The Republican party is tho party of of Nations to end war, Mr. Ernst took stove or In a vessel containing hot constructive effort. It, lost Congress occasion to contradict an Impression o water ns It is unsafe to bring In 1910 on tho Democratic promlso to gained from a report of n speech 'at near u fire. The gluo should bo reduce tho cost of living, lost tho Munfordvlllo whoro It was published applied while warm. It dries quick- presidency in 1912 by split, a and in that he favored "scrapping tho League." He declared that ho Is go- ly, is unusually flexible and practi- 1916 by a promlso to keep us out of ing to tho Senato with an open mind, cally waterproof. This rcclpo Is of war. It returns to tako up tho bur- great valuo for many purposes. don whero it laid it tbown, having in "unfettered by promises nnd unhnm-1)- 0 the meantlmo during the war outvied red by private obligations." tho Democrats In patriotic submersion Mr. Ernst made It clear that ho U. S. WOULDHAVE HUNS IN LEAGUE of partisanship. It Is united as it has will ncvor follow Borah and tho "bitter-enders' by saying, "I am an or- Failure Of Covenant In Senate liars never been. The Democratic party, on tho othganization Republican. I will never Colby From Expressing er hand, Is literally shot to pieces. lino up with those fellows. I Views. Because of the' nature of the camwith John Sherman that a man working for good within his own parWashington, Nov. 13 This Gov- paign ho waged, Cox is generally disty is worth ten alien reformers." far as the National Capital ernment it is understood, believes credited Mr. Ernst devoted some tlmo to a that Germany should be accepted as a Is concerned. Beaten worse than Aldiscussion of tho charges of fraud In momber of tho Lcaguo of Nations at ton B. Parker, in 1904, he cannot tho mountains and declared thnt there tho forthcoming meeting of tho hope to again lead' the Democratic Becauso the Wilson adminisHo League Assembly. The failure of hosts. is no truth in the accusations. mado a trip to the mountains to In- tho Senato to ratify tho Versailles tration was so utterly repudiated, It vestigate tho chnrges, he said, and treaty, however, will prevent tho is unlikely that William G. McAdoo can take President's explained why tho voto for him was Stato Department from formally ex-tpressing any views on the subject. un lts guidance. Already three times bo largo In tho mountains thus: "During tho campaign my chief In- It is not expected to Interest itself "eaten, William Jennings Bryan terest lay In the mountain districts. officially in' this question unless the would be glad to take tho reins again; This may seem strange in view of the assombly should ask for our posi- but tho South will not again accept GOVERNOR MORROW him. Governor Smith, of New York, fact that these are solidly Repub- tion. MUM ON EXTRA TERM lican and havo been for years. How- -, The proceedings at the assembly defeat, is too closely allied with Tam-thobmountains will be watched with Interest by the ho made a great race in his over, I knew, that if tho Says Action Should Follow Popular turned out en masse my election President and thoso advocating a many to make any widespread appeal Demand For Road Plan to the country. Champ Clark has gone league. would bo assured. Is Report. down In tho general landslide. Claude Organization Is Ills Forte. Reparations May Bo Cut. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 13. While "Accordingly, I made It my task to It Is expected that the Reparation Kitchin, who will now assume the organlzo thoso districts and organiza Commission will make somo report leadership in tho House, halls from Governor Edwin P. Morrow declined tion Is my forte. I called a special concerning the modification or re North Carolina, and is out of the to cqment.on the statement of Lieut meeting of tho Republican chieftains duction of the amount of reparations running-- for national leadership. Gov. S. Thruston Ballard in favor of and explained that the mountains Germany shall bo compelled to pay. Senator Oscar Underwood, of Alaba- a special session of. tho General must be It is recognized that tho uncertain- ma, will for the time at least come bombly to 3ubmlt bond Issues for tho weeks ago when tho Gov- ty concerning her vast obligations Is nearer to being' the leader of his par- State highway system, and, possibly "Several ernors special train passed through obstructing economic reconstruction, ty than any othor man because of his the improvement cf State institu Kentucky, I was asked to meet it at and for that reason adversely affect- titular leadership of the Democratic tions, and for levying a production Mount Sterling. I did not. Instead, ing the Interests of those nations majority In the Senate; but he and tax on coa it is known that the sub with the I spent tho tlmo organizing tho moun- which are to collect Indemnities or Bryan are bitter enemies, he is too far ject has been N South to be potent, and he does not Governor and other State officers by tains. reparations. "Urgent apeals were made to the It is believed also that tho work appeal to the progressives. Many seo ropresontitivs citizens interested in mountaineers, not only to voto them- of tho Brussels Financial Conference, In William R. Hearst, an aspirant for good roads, and that the State Highselves, but to bring their wives and at which the' United States was repre- Democratic' honors again, but his at- way Commissioners icgard it as the mothers and daughters who are of sented by Commissioner Boyden, will titude toward war questions would only practical way of constructing' the State system. age to the polls, unless they wished bo laid before the assembly. That probably prevent that. A conference of citizens of both Furthermore, the Democrats aro their votes nullified by the women of conference, It is pointed out, was not tho Bluegrass. Every school dis- a subcommittee or subordinate body without any great issue to stand upon parties to lay the matter before tho trict was visited, every creek was of the leaguo, but its recommenda- after defeat, such as enthused them Governor is expected to be called in traversed from Its mouth to Its source tions are held to bo of Interest and after the defeat of Cleveland in 1888. a few weeks. Since the Court of Apand thero was not a bit of territory Its conclusions germane to the pur Both the ill health and the unpopu- peals has'put n stop to counties vot larity of President Wilson would pre- ing bonds and lending money to then poses of tho league. that was not canvassed. vent his return. The league of na- State under the constitutional Inhi"Young Theodore Roosevelt mado recom These conclusions and a trip in these districts. Ho had a mendations issuing from tho Brus- tions is dead, burled bovond tho bition against increasing the floatspecial fascination for tho mountain sels Conforonce related to financial slightest chanco of resurrection. Un ing dobt beyond $500,000, the departpeople. The effect of all this effort and credit problems and explored tho der the Republican administration ment will find it difficult to finance shows In the final result and I can practicability and possibility of joint the government will bo conducted for tho Federal aid projects already asAmerica, contenting Itself with fo- sumed It is said. say with perfect confldenco that if it action. About $5,000,000 already Ms owed had not rained, my plurality would Tho United States, it vas stated at menting tho most friendly relations havo been a groat deal larger. tho State Department, roachod the with all while protecting itself from counties under the old State aid sysSays O. O. P. Mountain Women Voted climax of its participation in the the possible aggressions of any of tem and each mile of the Stato sys"That is tho secret. I was awaro Brussels Conference in tho statement them in the future. It will not as- tem taken over for maintenance will of tho natural apathy of mountain made by Commissioner Boydon, which sume that tho mlllenlum is at hand consume $1000 to $400fiannually of women about suffrage I know also created a sensation in Europe at the and hende propose immediate disar- tho Stato road fund. Unless the State system, which exthnt tho men, through prldo of sex, timo. This Government mado no spe- - j mament. It will have the greatest Navy In tho world and an army suf ists only on paper until the Comwould not allow their votes to bo clflc proposal, it was declared, nnd i by women votfng In other its action at tho conference wns said ficient for dovelopmeniVto meet any mission accepts the various projects, I Tn ttilo Hia namnApnio is taken over for maintenance, tho soctions of tho Stnto. So thoy ac- to bo moro for observation than for nmnrpftnpv. can hayo no Issue. They will resume wholo road building programme is in cepted the chalongo and brought tholr participation. tho place formerly held by them dur danger from attacks by county auown womon along to tho polls. ing the Rpdsovelt administration as a, thorities who supported the now law, MAKING IH.YI WORK. "Headquarters In Loulsvillo know because they realized that when tho moro party of negation. that I was olected and thoy laid bets "Why are you so overbearing and State took over for maintenance the on it. Holding back our figures was principal pikes of their counties, loyou took A GOOtf HEART duo to a prearranged plan. Wo woro oxacting with tho Father: My dear, if you want a cal road funds would bo relieved of all of tho boliof that Governor Mor- on as clerk? I should think you row wns counted out four years ago would treat an army comrade bettor." good husband, marry Mr. Goodhoart. this expense and could be devoted to putting Into good condition the "Army comrado nothing, He used He really and truly loves you. and we wero determined not to lot Daughter: Aro you suro of that, tributary county system. that happen again. If wo had rolens- - to bo my sergeant." Expecting this they would bo grlev-lousl- y o pop? ed our figures promptly, tho temptaCOLORED WOMAN VOTKIl disappointed In their plans, It Yes, Indeed. I've been Fa,thor: tion to stuff ballot boxes in other secMISTAKES CANDIDATE borrowing monoy from him for six at the end of another four years thoy tions of tho State would havo hocomo still were spending their own funds months, and still he keeps coming. great. It is related by a republican work' on thelr'princlpal pikes. " learning that charges of fraud "On HOW AN EDITOR GOT RICH The bond issue plan seems to be woro bolng mado, I Investigated. I er in Maryland that ho took a lot of An exchange tells of a rural editor most favored. It would enable tho told the boys to tell mo tho absolute trouble to get a colored woman to truth, for I did not care to accept a tho polls and to coach her on the who started poor twenty years ago Stato to begin work with a definite tainted offico. They convinced me right way to mark her ballot. After and retired with a fortuno of $50,-00- 0. programme before It, to let larger This monoy he acquired thru contracts and keep the contractors there was nothing wrong, and, In- thp colored woman had voted tho worker asked her4f she had had any ceaseless energy, strictest economy, ongaged continuously and thus get I had personally concendeed, since trated my offortsjn organizing the trouble. "No sah;" sho told him, conscientious efforts to glvo his ad- thd work done more economically. for a vertisers and subscribers full value, It would Insure the system being mountains durinffithe campaign, tho "Ah was klnda mtsfuddled majority minute but don Ah saw Mtsto Rooso- - indomitable persorvanco and the will completed in Its entirety in tho minioverwhelming Republican velts name an Ah jes' put a big cross of an uncle whose estate netted 0. mum time, and, since the General As was understandable to mo sembly has designated tho route of "I am exceedingly fond of Senator plum agin it." Richard Ernst Gives Out Statement. t P. it4 CALL ON In fact, we ns are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale' Bills, Business and other Cards. ct BLANK DEEDS, MORTG AG sa, IN STOCK., If You ben-zin- haveNsomething to SELLor thing to ADVERTISE fry an "ad" in HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. bc-lle- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY k he son-in-la- gh As-jref- fine-combe- d. dhu-use- - the State system through every county, tho voters would know definitely where the money is to be spent and what share of it would go to their peculiar benefit. Doubt has been expressed, how ever, it is learned, whether a bond is sue for roads could he voted before some sort of tax is put on coal. Fear Is expressed that voters in industrial cities and agricultural counties would to assum6 the expense of co structlng roads In coal producing counties, as long as those counties continue In the pauper class. So this subject will be considered along with the bond issue, it is believed. Mr. Morrow is Interested in raising funds for construction of tho State highway system, and, it is understood, inclined to favor the bond is sue; biit his attitudo as explained by those who havetalked to him on the subject, Is that there should be some popular expression before he is called upon either to act or express himself and a demand from some representative action, if it is to avail anything. m MIGHT DO. "My hair is coming out," said a man to hui doctor. "Please glvo me something to keep it in." "Well," said the doctor, "I have an, old pill box, will that do?" ,'Tou say this Is an educational. film?" "Yes," replied tho movie magnate, blandly. "But It features a "vampire.' , "Exactly. We're trying to make the world safe for married men." MRf7nntanted5r4mdDracta CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castorla msm Wife t f nitnr.-.- T PER GBIrt. AAotniitWnaralioa6rAs A similatinSthcFood by iin Ai hpStomAchsand Bawclsaj! M Always Bears the m nou-trallz- PrfKr 7' an fcfl'rMffPfnff'fn'T n T.,.Mi;rTwioilnDr3cstion Cheerfulness anu k neither Opldm,Morphtnc wt;. ra m& Mineral. i ?t i ikthmDcSiismaa fvmplmS x Not wahouhv. fp r mature of AWiJ 'Mm n i kp i k AxbUtbJtt HbnnStnt fjSo-ff- l SS.3i In Jft Jlse oftssassTf rijjf "VTSsleep )M7jifknf r .ffni Remedy for rcsfllUntoercfioinJifaflty. ratflrwfcStfnatoreo -- W THC For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Exjct Copy of Wrapper, OCMTAUII GOMMNV, NCW YOU CITT, $49,-999.S- smA t.tiMft .AAkMjfajU .viLiL. i .ftilii-M- .. e mmrzrzzzzzM&SMv&m ffl OUR GREAT REMOVAL SALE HAS BEEN LAUNCHED! From Now Until February new field at Hopkinsville, Ky. We have worked early and late. cVop. Ready-To-We- ar 1st, 1921 y K. Bargains galore will be at your disposal at this big store. We don't believe in doing things by piece meals, so we have taken the Bull by the horns and we are going to show you big things from now until we close outdoors to try our fortune in a We have used all of our ability and energy to promote the mutual interests of oui4 selves and our customers. Your abiding confidence and loyal support has urged us on to higher and grander achievements. Tou have been our inspiration and it's to you we propose to make our sacrifice. What ever you need of this big stock, for prices. It behooves every one the comfort and pleasure of your families and yourselves, you can buy at money-savin- g of you to be alert and get in on the ground floor before lines are badly broken and supply your needs from the pick of the Department Coat-Su- it Ladies' and Misses' Raincoats Our regular $3.50 Raincoats reduced to . .1 Our regular $4.00 Raincoats reduced to Our regular $5.00 and $6.00 Raincoats duced to Our regular $7.00 Raincoats reduced to Our regular $18.00 Raincoats reduced to $ re- Millinery 2.95 2.95 3.45 4.95 11.95 v you take advantage of your opportunity the better you will be pleased. $39.95 Ladies' regular $55.00 Suits reduced to 45.00 Ladies" regular $60.00 Suits reduced to 49.00 Ladies' regular $65.00 Suits reduced to 59.00 Ladies' regular $75.00 Suits reduced to 69.00 Ladies' regular $90.00 Suits reduced to . ., or Dress to our We will not move a single HopMnsville Store. Surprising reductions will greet your call and amazing values will be your portion and the quicker Hats will be sold regardless of value. We aim to make a clean sweep in this department. Our whole aim will be to please our customers in style and price. Big assortment of the best styles of the season. You are sure.of being pleased here. Clothing Department Everything reduced Men's and Boys Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats and Pants. It will cost money to move them. You need the clothes and we are going to pay you to move them into your own wardrobe. A SPECIAL RACK of 50 Suits, real value $25.00 and $30.00 each, you get your choice for $19.95 Values like this all the way through the line. Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps 10 per cent reduction on all Hats and Caps. Ladies' Cloaks Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' regular regular regular regular regular $45.00 $50.00 $60.00 $75.00 $85.00 Cloaks Cloaks, Cloaks Cloaks Cloaks Men's Shoes We are going to let you have them at prices that will apeahto your best judgment. No need to worry about your shoe troubles, we are going to take care of them. Hundreds of pairs out on tables at reduced prices. You can buy Men's Shoes at $2.95, $3.95 $4.95 on up to $11.95. EVERY PAIR OF MEN'S SHOES IN THE HOUSE HAVE BEEN CUT TO THE QUICK. We are going to move but we are going to let you have the Shoes. reduced to reduced to reduced to reduced to reduced to $34.00 39.00 49.00 59.00 69.00 " Staple Department Unbleached Domestic, medium weight, at per '. . . 15c yard Unbleached Domestic, good weight and high 18c quality, at per yard Fancy Dress Ginghams, in a nice variety of 20c plaids, at per yard e Ginghams, in Plaids, Standard, 35c Stripes and checks at per yard e Bleached Domestic, free of Standard, 22c filling soft finish, at per yard high-gradhigh-grad- Ladies' Dresses Ladies' regular $25.00 Dresses reduced to . . .$19.95a 21.95 Ladies' regular $30,00 Dresses reduced to Ladies' regular $40.00 Dresses reduced to . . . 29.95 Ladies' regular $48.00 Dresses reduced to .' . . . 34.95 " Ladies' Shoes Our regular $15.00 Shoes . . .' $11.95 Our regular $12.50 Shoes . . 9.95 Our regular $10.00 Shoes 8.45 ". Our regular $9.00 Shoes 7.75 Our regular $7.75 Shoes . 6.95 Our regular $6.75 Shoes 5.95 All broken lots and odds and ends in Ladies' Shoes out in bins, priced at $1.95, ,$2.95, $395, $4.95, and $5.95. k Furs! Furs! Furs! A magnificient display of animal Scarfs, Stolls and Capes a big reduction in price. Our regular $41.80 Purs reduced to $34.00 Our regular $49.50 Furs reduced to 39.50 Our" regular $55.00. Furs reduced to 39.00 69.00 Qur regular $82.50 Furs reduced to i: .- Big lot of Men's and Boys' Heavy Sweaters with Roll Collars. We are going to sell them for $1,50 each. There is nothing else y7ou can get for the pnce that will keep out the cold. Sweater .Special E. P. BARNES (& BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. B 2EATH RATE IN i bus. clover seed 52,500 bus., and the following table. U. S. 'sorghum sirup 2,888,000 gallons. Corn, bus. 1920 RECORDS BIG DROP Last year Kentucky's production of 2,917,450. I 3,199,126; 1919 940,-98- 7. Wheat, bus., 750.G48; 1919 these crops was; tobacco 456,500,000 "Washington, Nov. 15 The 1910 lbs., corn 82,500,000 bus., potatoes 'Jealh rate In tho death registration 5,040,000 bus., sweet potatoes 1,680,-00- 0 Oats, bus., 1920, 4,444,411; 1919 area or Continental United States, bushels apples 1,480,000 bus., 1,248,310. 81 per cent of the total pop-a- il poars 128,000 bus., clover seed Barley, bus., 1920 191,386; 1919 all on was shown in statistics made 165,719. bushels and sorghum sirup ualilic today by the Census Dureau Rye,bus, 1920 77,893; 1919 gallons. 38,-000 88,-47- 8. -- population showed a drop of C.l per X.DO from tho unusual high rate of IS.18 resulting from the epidemic of laQuenza. Tho total number of deaths in 1919 ras 1,096,436, of which 111,579 or 10.2 per cont were caused by heart disease, whilo tuberculosis resulted in 2AG.SS5 or 9.8 per cent, tho statistics aliofcuil. Deaths attributed to pneumonia totaled 105,218 influenza nophrltls and Bright's Disease ?5,O0 and cancer and other mallg-Kiatumors 68,551." 84,-113, nt abe Vho lowest recorded for any one ytar Tho rate of 12.9 per 1,000 of XUKXTUCKY CHOP REPORT Kentetky's 1920 tobacco crop is estimated at 420,750,000 pounds, warn "96,624,000 bushels, and potatoes VS2,000 bushels in the November vrrup report lor Kentucky issued today ait ioulBvllle and Frankfort by tho TO. 'S. Bureau ot'Crop Estimates iu co. operation with State Commissioner our AKrrcnlturo V. C.'IIanna. Other are: icrojra mportod for Kentucky swodt potatoes 1,680,000 bus., 5,780,000 bus., .poars 308,000 --ca The decreaso in tobacco production in Kentucky from 1919 is due to decreased acreage In Western Kentucky from 1919 is due to decreased acreage in Western Kentucky which by the Increaswas not fully off-sed hurley acreage. The damage by rust and 'wildfire" also helped slightly to reduce tho average yield per ac re. Quality of tobacco In Kentucky is reported as 80 per cent compared to 81 per cent last year. The United States tobacco crop this season is es timated at 1,476,444,000 pounds com pared to 1,389,458,000 pounds last year. It is estimated that aproximately 5 per cent of Kentucky's acreage i of corn was put into silos this season, being tho average yield per acre about 7 tons. There was comparatively title frost damage to com in thls'State but some is now being as chaffy and not well matured. The average yield por acre this year in Kentucky is 30 2 bus., compared to 25 bushels last year and a average of 27 2 bushels. United States production of principal crops for 1920, 1919 Js given in et ed 10-ye- ar Buckwheat, bus., 1920 14,321; 1919 16,301. Potatoes, bus., 1920 421,252; 1919 357,901. Sweet Potatoes, bus., 1920 105,-67- 6; 1919 103,579. Hay (all kinds) tons, 1920, 106,-45108,666. Cotton, bales, 1920; 12,123; 1919, 11,330. Tobacco, pounds 1920, 1,476,444; 1,389,458. Apples, (total crop) bus., 1920, 236,178; 1919, 147,457. Apples, (commercial) bbls., 1920, 35,417; 1919 26,174. Broom corn, (7 states) tons, 1920, 37; 1919 53. 2; Sorghum Sirup, gallons, 1920, 1919, 33,312. Clovor Seed, bus., 1920 1,593; 1919 1,099. 1; 37,-10- visited friends and relatives here, last weok, FULL CITIZENSHIP ing. and attended tho revival meetUncle Tommle Hoops died at his St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 15. Enact- home, November 12, of a complicament of federal legislation to grant tion of diseases. His remains were ''citizenship without reservations" to laid to rest in Cool Springs Cemetery, members of their race will bo urged Saturday afternoon. by the Society of American Indians, Mrs. Roscoe Wilson and little according to the ninth annual con- daughter, Edna Pearl and Miss Vida Belcher, of Provo, Butler county, ference opening here tomorrow. Every tribe in the United States were guests of Mr. T. 0. Dennis is represented in the society, it was from Tuesday until Friday. The little three-yeasserted and delegates from virtually old of Mr. all are expected to attend the Adkins, of Wysox, died conference. Scope of the pro- Sunday night, of pneumonia, and the posed action will be decided at tho remains wore laid to rest in Cool Springs Cemetery Monday afternoon. conference, delegates explained. I Tooley of Hartford, is visMrs. Two of the principal measures which tho society probably will ad- iting her daughter, Mrs. Comodoro vocate will insist that full citizenship Lake. be granted all Indians born In the Misses Jennie Lynn Moore and KitUnited States and that the conferring ty Lee Brown visited Carmin and of citizenship shall entail no surren- Thelma Dennis last week. The Infant son of Mr. Layton der of tribal rights, delegates assert .Brown, died Sunday night, and was ed. At present, delegates said, approxiburlod Monday afternoon at Cool mately 300,000 Indians, representing Springs. Mrs. Fannie Scott and Mrs, Agnes about of the population of tha.raco In this country, are not citi- Tate were in Beaver Dam Tuesday, zens, Thomas L. Sloan, of Washing- 'shopping. -ton, D. C, Is president of the organiCERALVO. zation. INDIANS TO ASK tor and family, of Equality Sunday. Dr. O. W. Overhuits of Cedar Edgo, Colorado, .visited his aunts, Miss Margaret Hunter and Mrs. P. L. Wood, Saturday. Beatrice, tho littlo old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Bon l, five-year P Klm-me- ar all-we- ek I . died November 3rd, and was burled tho following day at West Provldcnco, after funoral scrvlcee3 at tho home, by Rpv. R .W. Danks. Mrs. L. P. Fulkerson visited lfor son, Mr. C. R. Fulkerson. and Mrs. Fulkerson, of Nelson, last week. I Miss Margaret Hunter has returned home, after visiting relatives at Matanzns and Equality. Miss Mary Ethel Everly, who Is attending school at Rockport, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Everly. A surprise birthday dinner was given on November 9th, In honor of Mrs. J. M. Carter. There was a large crowd present and all reported a fine time and, a good dinner. - two-thir- ds NOTICE. COOL SPRINGS. RESTAURANT Have purchased Mlnton's RestauFarmers are very busy now hauling rant, next dooi to Taylor & Morris' Garage. Will serve hot lunches at coal, and gathering corn. Mrs. Drusella Swain visited friends all hours. Nice line fresh groceries. at McHenry, last week. Your patronage will be appreciated. Miss Goodall, of Taylortown, ARTHUR LEACH. 20tf Mrs. Ida Barnard and little children have returned homo after spending several weeksjwlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. P. Lambert, of Horse Branch. Mrs. P. L. Wood and Miss Anna Wood were guests of Mr. J, R. Hun- - The last call for taxes until the penalty and interest is added. Please get busy and pay your taxes and save the interest and tost. 'S. A. ttRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio County. r