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TM1 HARTPOHO HERALP
J REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS
R. W. SLACK
candidate for Judge ot the Sixth
'Circuit Court District, of Kentucky,
November election. 1111.
"We .ere authorised to announce
CLAUDE E. SMITH
a candidate for ' Commonwealth'!
Attorney of the Sixth Circuit Court
District, ot Kentucky, election, Not.
German) and American View
What does the Berlin treaty the
separate peace treaty settle ? Ac
cording to the Vossche Zeltung it
ettles nothing; It ia almply a pro
Board and tie legislation relating with 6,735,000 men unemployed a
thereto and effectively controverted winter approaches, I want to pro
of the attempt being made to create 1 test against the hasty passage ot an
the Impression that the Shipping unscientific, lllyconcelved, privilege-
Board is a wreck with a view to written revenue bill, which Is gong
abolishing the Merchant Marine.
He showed that the large expend
itures and enormous contracts were
County Court Clerk
We are authorized to announce
E. O. BARRAS3
as the Republican nominee for the
office of County Court Clerk ot Ohio
County, election, Nov. 8, 1921..
to still further depress the purchas
ing power of the people by Impos
ing upon small producers and con-
the chairmanship Of sumers an additional hnrrion
or a frame work upon which Charles Plei and Charles M. Sch- S800.noo.noo. which h. h. ik.
to negotiate the commercial and wab wlth j. H R08seter as Director j from 6.000 millionaires well able to
economic agreements which are to ot Operations. He emphasized the pay it out of their war profits.
fact that all three - of these men
were Republicans and contributors
to Republican campaign funds. He
called attention to the tact that
prevail between the two eountrles.
The most Important matters con
cerning our future relations with
Germany are yet to be negotiated.
The German press expresses satis
faction with the treaty so far, which
is not surprising, as It drives a
"We have adopted a patchwork,
I makeshift revenue scheme that
places the entire burden upon pro
' tluctlon In such a way that taxes
the United States to confirm the nominations made by
INDEPENDENT ANNOUNCEMENT I
We are authorized to announce
V. C. GARY
an Independent candidate
Magistrate in Roslne District, No. 7.
Election Nov. 8, 1921.
1 President Harding and Mr. Hughes
j have translated Col. Harvey's Pil-
and tne Allies by relieving this president Wilson,
country of the responsibility for en- "Therefore," said Senator. Fletch
forcement of the Versailles treaty er ..the cIalra that a Democratic
except the sections Included In the Shipping Board must be held re
separate treaty. x sponsible for alleged waste and ex
Accordlng to the New York World tiavaeance and crookedness and
graft must be considered in connec
tion with the fact a to who were
lt men actually, doing the work
renulting In this nlleged extrava
gance and Inefficiency and Incom
petency and worse."
1 Of Chairman Laxker and his em
ployment of men at exhorbltant
salaries, among other things ho
"We find that Mr. Lnsker begins
his work here by inviting three
men, two at $35,000 a year etch
there was no Shipping Board from j are absorbed In higher prices and
December 6, 1920 until. June 8, 19-thon passed alongto the consuming
21, because the Senate had refused publlc."
for grim Society speech into the Treaty
gained through the- recom
mendation of over a million
HOT BLAST O
Fuel Saving System
of combustion an exclusive
felure of Cole's Original
t Blast Heater, gives a
guarantee of i-j to fuel
saving. It stops the scandal
ous waste of fuel money now
escaping up the chimney as
unturned fuel gas. Burns
any kind offuel. Cole's Hot
blast makes your
coal pile last
Com In and tee our
J. F. CASEB1ER & SON
BEAVER DAM, KV.
of Berlin, and It then says, "They
have stripped It of everything which
carried the suggestion ot an ideal
or a noble purpose."
What does the Berlin treaty set
tle? According to the World it set
tles the question of what our boys
died for In the great war. It says:
"In the light of this formal diplo
matic expression of the Harvey-
Harding principles It can be said too and one at 25.00 a year, three men
that the dead In this war did not at $95,000 to begm with, to have
aie in vain, iney aiea in oraer 10 charge of operations. Mr. .1. IF,
.bhuuib 1 e American hub 10 urr- Rosscter could take all three of
man private property which the them on his knee and teach them
government of the United States their A. B. C.'s In marine transpor-
iook over ana neia to guarantee the tation."
payment of. private claims against Garner unil Oldfh-l.l Rl.hlle Fortlney
the German government. It Is for T.ix Bill to Untax the Very Rich
mis mat tney gave tneir ' young
lives. - It Is for this that ail the
sacrifices were made. It is for this
that the American people poured
out their blood and treasure."
I? Is RooM4vlt's "Soft Ponce"
ISKHEA LARGEST COL-
LEGE IN STATE
Two great Democratic speeches
were made In the House In "opposi
tion to the Fordney Tax Revision
bill, one by Representative Garner
of Texas, and the other by Repre
sentative Oldfield of. Arkansas. The
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 10. Berea
College, the famous Southern moun
tain school at Berea, Ky., is the
largest Institution in the State giv
ing collegiate degrees, from the
standpoint of resident students en
rolled, according to figures gathered
here. Berea last year had 2,584
West Kentucky State Normal
with 1,827 resident students was
strond and Eastern Normal, Rich
mond, was third with 1.498. The
University of Kentucky came fourth
with approximately 1,300 resident
ptudents, although the university
had enrolled in extension depart
ments approximately 1,000 students
last year. The University of Louis
ville was fifth with 900 students
Enrolment during the year 1920-;
21 at other schools reporting was: j
Asbttry College, Wilmore, 500; Ken
tucky Normal and Industrial Insti
tute for Colored Persons, Frankfort, J
443; St. Mary's College, St. Mary's,'
146; "Kentucky 'WesleyanT Winches-,
tor, 110; Southern Baptist Theolog
ical Seminary. Louisville. 339; '
Georgetown College, Georgetown, j
SCO; Transylvania College, Lexing-;
ton, 268. i
Although Berea had the greatest'
number of resident students there j
were only 253 in the college depart-!
nient, the remainder being enrolled
in normal school, acudemy. voca
tional school, foundation school and;
Will the separate peace treaty Fordney Tax bill may be epitomized
with Germany be ratified? At this ns a bill to untax the rich and over
writing it looks as If It would be tax the poor.
unless something develops in debate Mr. Garner rebuked Chairman
to change the situation. With Con- Fordney for saying that he had vot-
gress In recess and most of the ed to take over the railroads during
Senators absent one cannot get a the war In order to put the Presi-
true consensus of Democratic Sena- dent of the United States in a hole;
torial opinion. The Democrats, ne corrected the statement of Chair
however, are for the treaty of Ver- man Fordney that the railroads had
sallies. In the separate treaty they cost the government 84,000,000,000
get a part of the .treaty of Ver- bv showing that the total appropria
sallles, with a future prospect ot tions to date were 82,600,000,000.
getting the whole treaty. For this He called attention to the fact that
reason there nmv not ho anlM nn. the exnress comnanlea worn rpllavnit
position, for every one wants peace. t $17,000,000 in taxes but no taxes iWhen the pup ,8 8nee1InK South-
REAL WILD WEST
9 ft DOUBLE LENGTH RAILWAY CABS
- V Equal to Forty Freights.
200 - T,,0S!,tK1 - 200
Rhoda Royal's Elephants
COLOSSAL i'iS ARENA
150 Hippodrome Artists 150
Countless Pens and Capes of Animals
CONGRESS ( AND CUBIOSITIES
Will Exhibit at
One Day Only,
Monday, Sept. 26
No advance in admission prices.
Adults, CO cts. Children, :J0 cts. Including War Tax.
Base Ball Bark Ground. i : '0 p. m. and p. ia.
training school. This college Is in
tended for students from mountain
sections of five southern States and
virtually all students are from those
BIIODA ROYAL CIRCL'S will exhibit at FORDSVILLE
Wednesday, September 28th.
Special rates on both Railroads.
ward like a greyhound on the
And the cat Is in the cellar with j
bristling, bulging tail. i
EYES EXAMINED FREE!
! make doubt vUtoa
tuts white toa wait
omt to ma and mtcv
Hut. mj wonderful
lio w. THinosr.
I peclaclo 1
. b.iuu n a
; RCfrOOOtJlS -REPAJfUNO-CLEANING J
! 1 I J imn-'FW STORAGE
I )q LKWEHNtw ikke bp
SKINS OF YOUR OWN CATCH
GREEN GREEN, FURRIERS
. US S. Third LOUISVILLE, KY.
OLD LEAKY ROOFS
Csn bo tared and made leak proof with
lUaafactnrert Direct to ConsunMW,
INTERNATIONAL COATINGS CO.
4t S. S.ioae St. UojonUla, k.
and a part of a loaf Is better than taken off the parcels post,
no bread, especially when there Is Air. Garner challenged any Re
a chance to get the rest of the loaf, publican to explain the administra
te bitter-enders will nrnhnhlv live nrovisions of the hill, hut nn
oppose It. because thev realize thnt one accented the challenge. hnn..R ! When tlle Plotbes l'oles have tipped
the administration in adopting the us Mr. Garner had pointed out, the
Treaty of Versailles piecemeal is Ways and Means Committee had ac
trying to pull the wool over their cepted the bill as written by Treas
eyes. Several of that element were ury Department employees and did
ardent followers of the late Col. not understand it themselves.
Roosevelt, and they realize that this He put his finger upon the issue
treaty Is what he meant when he when he said that the Democrats
.expressed the fear that President would Join In increasing the exemp-
Wilson would make a "soft peace'' Hon of the small married taxpayer
I urlth rnimanw na.... . 1. ' 1 . 1 .. . . i . nn,l tha a.l.HtlAnnl ... I
...... u... iicici ullunillK UlUl ...w nuuiuuuai CAJ111UUU till UC-
his party would be in a position to count of dependent children, but
make a ''soft peace." j would not Join In reducing surtaxes
In any event. Senators have of the rich from a maximum of 65
plenty of time to study the separate per cent to 32 per cent. "That Is
peace treaty In all of its squalor and the issue," said Mr. Garner. "You
sordidness. what it contains and are trying to Justify the relieving
w-hat it omits, and the debate on it ot the rich from raying their Just
Is expected to be both interesting proportion of the taxes according to
and illuminating. j their ability to pay, because, for-
It can be said that some Demo- sooth, you permit the married man
crats take satisfaction In the knowl-'to have $500 additional exemption."
edge that the Republican admlnls-! Representative Old field presented
tration did not go outside of the 8 table showing exactly how the
Versailles treaty in making its repeal of the excess nroflta tar
separate peace. I would effect corporations, which In I When the ,ro,ley cnr rPfils w!ldlv on
Htvit'Ury GlaHM Guarded Treasury effect was that those with the hlgh
That the Shipping Board's affairs 'et percentage of Income profited by
are in an inextricable tangle was 'it, while those with the lowest per
asserted by Senator Glass, former ' centage of Income on capital in
Secretary of the Treasury and one! vested bore increased taxation,
of America's great financial authorl- Among other things, he said:
ties. If his method as Secretary ofi "You admit that you, lose $450,-
iuu treasury naa Deen to owed, wu.uuu wnea you repeal tne ex-
Spectacle and Eye Clauet
(bivUablt bifocal Isns)
FOURTH tnd CHESTNUT,
See Southern Optical Co.'s
Booth At The State Fair.
over and the laundry lies
Somewhat altered in appearance by
its contact with the ground, !
It's superfluous to tell us that our;
Paul has spent the day I
With the carrot-headed youngster
. from the house across the wnv. !
When our spouse reproves our off-1
spring with a sad, despondent
As she views the blue contusion un
derneath his half-closed eye.
And beholds the tattered remnants
of the bran new corduroys
That were built, the salesman told
us, for the roughest little boys.
There's no need for asking ques
tions, for the fact Is ull too
That the carrot-headed youngster
has been over here again.
a track all slick with soan.
Of a pole shoots from a maple and
yanks down the trolley rope,
When our rich and puffed-up neigh
bor Is consumed with rage to
That his newly purchased motor has
two flattened tires behind.
We have just received a
car load of
Barbed Wire, Nails and kin
dred articles. Lowest prices
in six years. See us before
much of the present muddle would profits tax and you gain $133,-1 Tnere 18 U8uallv sudden and mas
nave been avoided. 1 760,000 by your corporation flat
"When I was at the Treasury," , tax of 12 rer cent. The trouble
aid Senator Glass, "I served notice ( Is that you relieve the big corpora
on the Chairman of the Shipping , tions, the profiteering corporations..
Board that unless he would present of $450,000,000 and place the bur
to the Treasury his accounts for an dens on the little corporations,
audit as required by law, I would' "I can not for the life of me un
uot agree to let him have another derstand how any Republican can
I terlr retreat
By the carrot-headed youngter from
the house across the street.
give a satisfactory excuse for the
passage of this legislation. I think
It Is the most vicious bill
Of the accounts presented ever seen In my terra of service
were rejected accounts here. I cannot understand how any
dollar out of the publio Treasury.
He promised to meet the require
I nients, but It has never been done
I as yet.
amounting to $1,600,000,000." honest man can support this legis
Old Hhlpplug Board Run by Repub- lation, regardless of politics."
; Ilcans I " K'Tubllma Denounce Tax Bill
In the discussion of the present Here is an extract from the
Shipping Board scandal, efforts of speech of Representative Oscar E.
partisan Republican Senators to. Keller (Rep., Min.);
place the blame for the condition of I "With the Nation in the midst of
the Board's affairs upon Democrats the severest financial depression of
and : a Democratic ' administration j its history; with thousands of fac
were completely frustrated by Sena-jtorles closed; with freight cars idle;
tor Fletcher (Dew,, Fla.), In bis, Ha farm produce rottiug In lbs
masterful way of exhausting
But some day, when trouble's start
ed, and the cry goes up tor men
Who will veuture into places where
but few come buck again,
Where the red-mouthed guns are
roaring and the bullets whiz
I have . And it's time to keep on going with-
' . out every asking why, t
He'll be In It to the limit, be the
dangers what they may,
Will that carrot-headed youngster
from the house across the way.
J. J. M.
WANTED Men or Women to
take orders among friends and
neighbors for the genuine guaran
teed hosiery, full line for men
women and children. Eliminates
darning. We pay 75c an hour
the fields because prices will nd defray, spare time, or $34.00 a week for
facts, figures and logic of the sub-1 the cost of transportation: with full time. Experience unneceaaarv.
fO? t ject with which he deals. He re bank failures' and bankruptlces la-1 Writs International Stocking Mills,
The Hartford Herald. 1 1.10 the yeat viewed the history of the Shipping greasing; and, most serious of all, Norrlstown, Pa,
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