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J jJIcial Section of American
liar Association Fears Hardest
Cincinnati, Aug. 31. CAmmer-
r:::l leaders who scoff at the fed- bridges
tral prohibition law are aiding the
caa- of anarchy and promoting
KET DOCKET. OHIO CTRCT1T
(WRT, SEPTEMBER TERM
1st. D.iy, Monday, Hrpt. 19th.
8. W. Gray. vs. W. D. Gray.
Acme-Jonei Co., vs. W. E. Ellis
Ac. ' "
N. P. Dennis, vs. W. H. Maddot.
J. T. Carter &c, v. H. L. Tucker.
Louisville Grocery Co., vs. Ensley
Lon Beller. vs. P. S. Coleman Ac.
H. J. Brown Ac." va. R. A.
IBS ROW OVER TAP
Mandate Still at Issue, But
American State Department
Exp.'cts Accord -
2nd. Diiy, TuMly, Sept. 20th. .
National Fire Insurance Co., vs.
. . . . . i i i .1 . , . m rA a arm - n
moo violence, ronoery anu uomiciui-,
il as declared today in a warning T. W. Wallace, vs. American tum
I ued to the American people by the way Express Co. j
Judicial section of the Amerirsrs Chas. Lumford. vs. Geo. Kirk-j
Bar association. ' wcod Ac. I
-xhe people of the United States II. Wilson & Co., t. Clarence C.
tiv undertaken to suppress the age Lee. I
long evil ot the liquor traffic." the. .1. J. Jarnagin. vs. Bond Bros.;
statement, signed by Judge Charle", (Inc.) j
A. Woods, cf Souh Carolina, chair- D.iy, Wednesday, Spot. 21st.
. . . ,m f T Tni-n.
of the section, said. "When. waiter lumpm-u, ... - .,
for the gratification of their appe
tites, lawyer. bankers, merchants
and manufacturers, and social lead
ers, both men and women, scoff at
Holbrook A Parks, vs.- Frlck &
J. A. James, vs. Evansville Ve-
this law. or
any other law. they neer Co. Ac.
are aiding the cause of anarchy and
promoting mob violence, robbery
"They are sowing dragon's teeth
and they need not be surprised when
thfy find that no Judicial or police
authority can save our country or
W. J. Mercer, vs. S. B. Huff Ac.
Mary M. Stevens, vs. Harold Hol
brook. 4:h. Day, Thursday, Sept. 22nd.
Walnut Grove M. E. Church, vs.
J. W. Foster Ac. vs. H. E. Milll-
humanity frcm reaping the harvest.' san Ac
Attorney ;tn-ial Speak
Theories of political philosophy
now "advanced by those who either
vtolite law or sympathize with law,
violators" in industrial conflicts,
Bessie Martin, vs. I. C. R. R. Co.
Lu!a Burch. v3. I. C. R. R. Co.
Laura Burch, vs. I. C. R. R. Co.
Luia Austin, vs. I. C. R. R. Co.
M. M. Smith, Ac. vs. Joyce Wat-
unit.itiun to upset American forms kins Co.
of government, and against enforce- Fred Rafferty, vs. Beaver Dam
ni'rnt cf prohibition statutes are the Coal Co.
grcntc-st forces at work in the Unit
ed Sta'es to undermine respect for
th'1 .. Attorney General Piiugh
crry dji!ared to.l:y in a:i address
bfore the American and Ohio Bar
Arguing iiu.i"y against sentiment
that regards a convbted I. W .W.
hi a "hero of osscle.icp." aul
ptditii al prisoner." that holds a
bootl' g?er an Tponnt cf "persona!
liber'y." and ?es up the slogan of
'human rights aeainst ; roper.y
rights" in employment disputes. Mr.
I'aush- rty ;-er:? 1 fallacy and dnn
ter lay in a.:.
Hii "IN roruil Lilx-ri)"
The aitom-y general. In his ad-
rnrwns orve. s';geesui a met not
of informing public opinion by ser.ii
Bovernineatal means to obviate in
dustrial conflicts, but advocated com
pbte disregard for the theories nd-van-ej
in the two other fields. He
declared the d-mand for "personal
lit; rty" in 'prohibition enforcement
had been ' advanced in the past by
every champion of lawl-.-saess who
has sought excuse fcr unlawful conduct."
Roy Hines. vs. S. A. Bratcher. 1
Ttli. Ia.v. Monday, S-pt. 26th. !
Comth. of Ky., vs. Clarence Aul!.
2 cases. '
Comth. of Ky.. vs. Roy Hines, 8
C'cmth. of Ky., vs. Walden Baize.
2 cases. j
Ciiutli. of Ky., vs. Lewis Car
mkkle. 2 cases. !
Ccnith. of Ky.'. vs. Roy Hines. 2
Comth. of Ky.. Thomas Faught Ac
Comth. of Ky., vs. Roy Ensor. I
six CtiM-4 From Ohio County
In Appellate Court !
he docket of the Court of Ap-j
which was his frst since as- ir,il5 fcr ,he Fall i921 Term, which.
letir.s on Monday. Seutember 19th.
consists cf 23 criminal eases and.
C'i3 civil cases. Of these the follow
ing are from Ohio County:
Payne, Agent vs. Lanhaai.
Payne, Agent vs. Smith.
Sandefur. Ac, vs. Stevens, Ac
. -Broadway Coal Mining Co. Ac.
Ohio County Drug Co., vs. Ho
j Security Life Insurance Co.. vs.
Only One .ui- of t'onduct ! Ir-, A,imr
A-.r.w, ron fto prohibition Th,. will
be called for
urn. n.n.ont and laws, he , ontinuea. m,,Iuition 0n Monday September
involved an "erroneous theory of 1Mn anJ if read. wiu be submitted.
personal liberty under our constitu
tional ey-tem." ,
"They may still debate the wis
dom of the law." he a-serted. "but
there is only one course of conduct
and that is obedience to the law
while it exists."
"The constitutional safeguards of
Minorities in this republic leaves no
A case Is considered ready when
the brief for appellant has been
filed. In the event that the appel
lant's brief or either an agreement
or motion for extension of time to j
tile brief, has not been filed the case
is dismissed: If steps for extension
of time have been taken it U passed.
Passed cases are called for submis-
Toklo. Aug. 31. The Japanese
T'orelgn Office ha, received advlcea.
according to Toklo newspaper to
day. Indicating that the points at la
sue between Japan and the United
States over control of the Island of
Yap would be settled soon on the
First The United States would
recognize the Japanese mandate "ftv
er the Island.
Second The United States would
control the cable between the is
lands of Tap and Guam.
Thrrd The cable connecting Ja
pan. Yap and Menado, Holland.
would be settled on a basls'gf rec
ognition of Holland's rights therein.
The Cabinet yesterday decided n
an outline 'of Japan's policy "at
Washington, the Nlcho Nlchl'says,
whereby Japan will Insist "to the
last" on exclusion from the agenda
of the following accomplished facts:
Four Point At, Iiwue
First The . Kwang-Tung leased
Second Operation of the South
Third Kiao-Chau, which will be
returned to China, according to
Fourth The question of Yap.
This outline will be submitted to
the Diplomatic Advisory Council.
The Chigal-Shogyo Shimpo thinks
it is almost certain that China will
endeavor to reopen the twenty-one
demands questions and that the
Hara Government will findit diffi
cult to oppose such a tnove because
it is on record as against the Jap
anese policy behind the twenty-one
It also believes Japan will hare
difficulty in inducing the Powers
participating in the Washington con
ference to refrain from discussing
matters solely affecting particular
Powers and accomplished facts in
Business Leader Plan Trip
Former Minister Vchida was
quoted today by Toklo newspapers
as saying that the negotiations over
the question of the Island of Yap
were nearing a satisfactory conclu
The newspapers also reported that
Viscount Shibusawa. president of
the American-Japanese Association
and a prominent Toklo banker, was
planning, with other Japanese busi
ness men. to visit the United States
soon with the object of improving
business relations between the two
At the same time today the Jap
anese Cabinet discussed the subject
of armament restriction and worked
on the Japanese programme to be
presented at the conference on die
armament and . Far Eastern ques
tions at Washington.
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mrnmnd trymlml flui
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brimful with Prince Albert, will trim any degree of
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Put a pin in here! Prince Albert can't bite your
tongue or parch your throat Both are cut out by our
exclusive patented process. So, just pass up any old
idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke a
pipe I We tell you that you can and just have the time-
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for packing! . . . .
What P. A. hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a
home-made cigarette! Gee but you'll have a lot of
fun rolling 'em with Prince Albert; and, it's a cinch,
because P. A. is crimp cut and stays put!
. Cemrridit 1021
Vf R. J. RirwUt
the national joy smoke
lo- the corn crop and the late corn
.oiitlnues to thrive,: giving promise
cf a very fine crop. Owensboro
lOUD MAY CIUDGE OHIO RIV
EH AND ENTER MOUNTAINS
excuse for any person to hold its on ,he v0nd call of the dock
lie said in U:s- , ..i,.v ia afc, (. ho rterk. for
some day during the latter part of
the term. and. if ready, are sub
mitted; If not ready, they are either
Msiiii-sed or continued to the next
torin. Submitted cai-es do not go to
ti't Court for immediate considera
tion and decision, unless advanced,
lut remain In the keeping ot tho
Clerk until called by the Court for
consideration. The extent of this
reriod varies from six to eight
months cr more.
This county is in the 2nd. Ap
peWe District and Judge W. E.
fettle, of Bowling Creen, Is the
Appellate Judge from the district.
laws in rnn!empt
cussi.ig this point. "Those who do
not beli.ve in our government and
llie ni'or. tfiiK'ii. .4 our laWd should
fo t'. ;. our.'ry . '..i. h g!v s them
tlicir p uli.ir lib. rty.
"My duty N !-;ir. As long as I
iiia P'-spoiiti'il.- l.v.td ot the J-.part-iii"
nt of Jimi.e tiie Itw will be en
ior.ed with all the power possessed
by the government which I am at
liberty to call to my command "
A report intrcduifd by Elihu
Root, chairman of the lecal educa
tion section, in the sections' session
hlch aroused considerable con
trol irsy over the requirements for
admlssiou to the bar, was adopted.
It will be presented to the associa
tion tomorrow. It recommends two
years' college and three years' law
schooling to admit to the bar, in
schools maintaining certain milliards.
JII.LSON I'llAISLI) BY STATE
IU)AHI OF (OKKFXTIONH
Frankfort. Ky.. Sept. 1. The
State Hoard of Charities and Cor
rections issued a statement Wednes-
UKiCEST WARSHIP IN" NAVY 1 (,",y condemning the attacks upon
GLIDES DOWN THK WAYS tr- Walter J. Jillson. superintend
ent of the Central State Hospital
Camden, N. J., Sept. 1. The su- at Lakeland, and praising his ablll
perdreadnaught Washington, one of ,y-
tbs four largest and most powerful , Th board declared thai the pro
battleshlps of the Vnled States Na- raganda spread and charges prs
y, was launched today at .th furred against Doctor Jillson was an
Cloucekter plant of- the New York attempt to pillory him -hy discharged
Ship Building Corporation. , "ml i employes seeking re-
MIss Jean Summers, 10-year-old v""" through misuse of laws en
daughttr of Reprseutativ J. W. tor th protection of the jiuh-
6ummcra'of Walla Walla, broke a T1, board' atcraent, ad-
bottls of water taken from th riv- arf"""i h f'ople of Kentucky.'
'ra of Washlu.ton over tbe prow of declatej thut the board does not
th llg Cgbtlng inachlue as she l""""" 'rarded Into de-
rhrlsuned U for her native State.
stroylng the administration of the
hospital, which bad made many lm
flsrtford Usrald. tl U ysat. provewents.
With the much dreaded wildfire,
which did so much damage to to
bacco in the Green river district
last year, again making its appear
ance throughout the county and dis
trict and spreading with rather
alarming rapidity, farmers are cut
ting their tobacco rather green in
tome parts of the county in order
to save it if possible from the disease.
About one-fourth of the tobacco
crop in the county has already been
cut. Ordinarily the tobacco cutting
season does not begin until Septem
ber and cutting reaches full propor
tions only about the middle of the
However, as wildfire bas appeared
In many fields and seems to be
spreading many farmers are cutting
their tobacco two-tblrds green, pre
ferring to run the risk ot having It
cure up dark rather tban destroyed
enirely by the disease. The dis
ease does not seem to be spreading
so quickly and generally as last
year, and it Is not believed that the
damage from It will reach the large
proportions of that Incurred last
yesr. If there is not too much rain
during the next week or. ten days
farmers hope that the loss from the
disease will not be very great. It
is generally believed that rainy
weather Is favorable to the spread
of the disease. Others maintain
however, that it la spread by a small
black fly which inoculates the leaf
of the tobacco with a deadly poison.
While the tobacco acreage Is
tobacco la . at present the best In
years and if conditions are favora
ble for Its ripening without too
much wild ft re It will be one of the
best crops ever grown In this section
Weather con Ltlous are favorable
Springfield, Ohio, Sept. 1. Carry-j
ing out further reorganization plans
Uenry Ford, owner of the Detroit,
Toledo & Ironton Railroad, plans to
separate his train, dispatchers, plac
ing one crew at Detroit and another
at Ironton, according to announce
ment made here today. Ever since
the road was built some fifty years
ago the dispatchers have been . lo
cated In Springfield. It Is stated that'
within fire months Ford will make
the change in location of ' the dis
patchers. Terminal facilities at Ashland,
Ky., are to be acquired and a bridge
built over the Ohio River at Iron
ton, whereby Mr. Ford may extend
his railroad into the coal fields of
Kentucky, where he bas purchased
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Plenty of Hartford evidence ot
. Mrs. Ben Ellis. Mulberry St..
Hartford, says: "It was about two
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the time. A dull, nagging pain
bothered me through my bips and
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. Price 0e, at all dealers. Don't
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get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
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TAXES NOW DUB
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8. A. BRATCHER.
tL SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY.
We Have Everything
. FROM TOP TO TOE
Good Form Hair Nets . 15cts.
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Rexall Corn Liquid . . 25cts.
Absolutely takes off your corn.
Every child under ten presenting this advertisement
will be given, as long as they last, a copy of Nursery
School Books and School Supplies.
Watch this space for BARGAINS in the near future.
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Th $BatJL State
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road to get service.
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Main Street ;