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M««ta reguarly 3rd Thursday e*ck
jMptt. Transient Knight* cordiallj
W. A. Poush, WInfleld Cash,
W. Farquhnr. K.
W. F. WAIGHT
Physician and Surgeon.
toadal atudy and attention given to
til treatment of chronic diseases.
Oflksovor Kopp's Drag Store. 32-'l*
B. BRITTAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Decatur City, Iowa.
Sails answered aromptly night or
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Offices in Ray Block.
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ing or your lenses
changed come in any
time. I consider it
a part of my service
to you. Lense chang
ed free of charge.
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Office in Biggs Block
G. F. HENDERSON
LICENSED UNDERTAKER No. 1755
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to all the details that fro to
make up a thorugli funeral
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Office in BiggB Block
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Licensed Undertaker No. 193 5
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)hii-ch, sciiool and society no
tices, where admission or en
tertainment fee is charged
ine treaiy was ueuaicu, "1CI\
ception of certain amendments
ing's opposition is contained in the
CONSTRUCTION CO. fication with the Lodge
Knox reservation (wh^h was lost), ,.
ending the war with Germany and Ha &
vaticn which was
In a speech Nov. is, seiiaiui na.t.-
ine told the Senate he had not liked
the treaty I think, as originally,
round robin submitted to tlie Senate Bill. v\ as not raoiucu u^
members of the Foreign Relations
Committee at tlie White House
purine the League of Nations with
res^ent Wilson. He interrogated
the Vresident on the "moral obliga
tion" feature of the treaty, raising
the question as to the value of the
treatv because of this.
be true ^y nation may Pu^^sl \oral
exercise its Judgment as to tnerecom-
please don't confound uews_ noucea
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•aid notices with their items unless
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,f possible remittance for same
should accompany the notice
HARDING'S RECORD SHOWS HIM
OPPOSING LEAGUE AT EVEKV*
TURN INJTHK FIGHT. —...
ception 01 cei-Mi.ii «u.™—— Pro" .ma?y
for the Borah amendment to require tortion is al^
four nations instead oi three to
the Treaty before it should become aeaiJ &
giving this country a. right to par an mv ui
ticipate in the
He voted lor the La toilette, reser ot tne ^n^^
United States withdraw from the tnougi^ _eace
League in one year if
tions did not discontinue the nolicy wiui a ic
tions did not discontinuethe poncy wun
vital interests of the United btates.
of raising armies in peace time have given him a P^tf0™,11
luioiiib wp ani Have givcii
THE EXTORTER. THURSDAY, JUNE 24,19201
we can go to the .people of the United
Stateg on the issue as to who is- re-1
sponsible therefor" (referring to the
railroad bill with the original
.B0 strike clause.
countries,! Soiuitor Harding also voted
UrUU IU1CJ&U uu.**vM, rimuiuf, aiow wi.v,v. to without the sacrifice of Amexicaii
year. Minii* Federal control of railroads to sovereignty.
Entered as second class matter at
12.60 per year. 1 1 III i. CUU1 CI
Entered as second class matter at
)]le war, while organized labor
the veto of President Wilson.
Otlior important votes by Harding
60c I include tlie following:
*11 church or society notices, but pr0i!ibitiOn in the District ot
For Women Suffrage.
Against submission of Women
Suffrage Amendments to btate
conventions instead ol' legislatures.
\Ve are glad to publish any and gtitutional Amendment. Against
In favor of the Prohibition Con-
Opposed motion of ber.atoi riie
of California to lift tlie wartime
to the District oi
ban dry law
Columbia. ,. 1 1
For the immigration 1 11.
4.gainst several amendments for 60
to 75 per cent taxes 011 war profits.
For tlie War Revenue Bills. F01
arming merchajit slinis. Supported
Senator Wan-en G. Harding [^fFSvl'gS^erl^or 'food^^ntrol
the1*1llSinted°StkItes, had been a" con- }®sishitiom ^lCmp^oyment INDICTS OWN PARTY'S RECORD,
sitent opponent of P^^.dent XNil- Department
the' fitter: bor Against la^r_on
posed bv the worst foes of the treaty., legislation geneoa 1, against cently, Mr. Mann said:
The first record of Senator Hard- fccep.
signed it, thereby notifying! Was in favor of exte
pa-ue of Nations with the peaace elections of senators ana rey.e
19, 1919, Senator t« veto of the bill repeal ^tru
UoUe^Uie Iena%! but had ser4d on !onT^Justaa^i^rrai
the Committees of Commerce Naval
bm ti,at wartime
.the out of order.
graphical ana OLUCI«.O=. to public sentiment was me re-
derstand that we make such a
of Gen. Wood and Gov. Low-
because they had used
sssw,:s S Sli
cr. ?f Nations,, and b01
Later Senator Harding "aid: "One ^^^1!^
of the points I am getting at, if I
Can make it clear, is the necessity
of a written compact for this Repub- While the party anpears to ii«n Harfield 36
lie to fulfill its moral obligations to
from any Quarter to fulfill Its moral made ratification ot Peaco .m 1900 ...McKmley
effective. He voted f0!"..*1*® "od£e «d ^f the candidate cannot now be \ve read the republican platform
reservations, one to fifteen, in
of the senate have had him in their
Senator Harding voted for ra anj_,jeiiVer faction that is always ir-,
,o,e on the ervat.
treaty was before the Senate or the ^T^o^ce^n oi^
ing been paired with Senator
?nin^Val blunder of all time but, rec-'other
oenizing the aspirations of our own
Sf^iL fnrt the Beoole of the world to
sTat'es're'ser^es the right decide ever received the Wdo^emoM of a
what questions aiieu iue uu states ed so easy in the past is bouna 10 re-
ity The outstanding features of the
1 speak for one \ylio is old-fash- platform as adopted are in brief: I
ioned enough to believe that the Gov- Complete avoidance of any pledge
ernment of the United States of to ratify the treaty of peace with or
America is good enough for me." -without reservaations.
One reason why the American indorsement of the action of the
Federation of Labor is so strongly republican senators in regard to the
opposed to Senator Harding, aside treaty, and a ringing reaffirmation
from the straddle on labor evolved of the foreign policies of Wash-,
by tlie Republican platform makers ington, Jefferson and Monroe. I
I in Chicago, is found in the fact that Promise to work for the establish-E&UTUIION-
JN nicago, is iounu JZJ UIE I«U I MAT I -romise to WUIH. LUI* IATJ
?2.00 Harding voted for the Esch-Cummins ment of some kind of internationaal
Six month a ..... 1.00 Kill U-WU tho ririirinnl nnti- fnv tliA nonnp-ihlfl nrl
Canadian and foreign
nnd Ger- iiann
ESSENCE OF REPUBLICAN
anti- arrangement for the peaceable ad
justment of disputes between nations
twelve months after the end conuemnation of President Wil-
twelve months atter the end Conuemnation of President
as a rule favored its continuance for mandate and commendation for
a mm li longer period. the senators who turned it down.
The Republican nominee further- Sweeping denunciation of Presi
more was one of the Renublican Sen- dent Wilson' watchful waiting
ators who voted to pass the Volstead policy in Mexico and a pledge to
Prohibition Enforcement Act over ad^pt
for proposing the Armenian
get to the ballot-boxes. is7fi** Haves -.7
will be numer-
elusive, and voted for cloture on the iorehceii. ourselves that it was really a repub
amendments. He ™ted to^ loqt) From all that is known of Senator ]}can
must be Kaid
and always two-fisted in
Jf -i welcome the moment when New Yortt World.
Pen- vited to ^urn their Government^ over
to a party notoriously
against selfish interests always suDject to.
Colossal Blander. Imore^hostile to-day than ^er before,)
in a speech Nov. 19, Senator Hard-
tn-rinv than ever
is not sincerity enough
|tl ere 1S
noi ,Jr*woS~ nn~
of them to diss«l^ ita
tne "it is the vintinnB Hating one an-
negotiated" he declared, "it fs the :^ne'st"convictions." Hiting one an-'
partnership and follow its
indescribable rancor, they.
nreservation of peace and a more uy terror and trickey. undersigned ^ias .been appointed and
£,timatfi and better understanding 'Mr Harding's supreme test as a has qualified as executor of the
hPtween nations I have wished to!
HfoVo i? nossible to accept this cove-, knowledge that the enlightened Decatur county, Iowa, deceased. All
could however, no more
tn i%tifV this treaty without ^"ar€d to sacrifice all the moral £aid deceased or his estate will
fof^2tinn«i which make sure ?riUmihs of- a costly war, the aveng-
t«dMendence of action, fjl aniels of Sinn Feinism and pro-
dwh^n*kes sure the preservation Gwrnanism in the senate call upon deceased or his estate will pre-
?Ir^d'C»rSfro°?r'- ?r"Cfe»''U,JSc'VS."rtoSSb^oI Wr.«M«°Sd"w-
I^w^ldKparUclpate^n'^knowlngjeSictld^Sf^hS °if j"^'ted this 8th day of June A. D.
firm and consistent policy
for the protection of American lives
and property everywhere.
A declaration in favor of the
principle of arbitration laid down in
the Cummins-Esch railroad bill for
the settlement of strikes in public
Indorsement of the principle of
collective bargaining as the best
(0r a motion to submit
to a referendum of the
A^pledge to enforce all laws, with
out specifically mentioning the pro
Condemnation of the Demo
cratic administration for failure to
enforce the laws against profiteering
and refusal to suggest a remedy for
the high cost of living.
Approval of tile act of congress
aiding soldiers and sailors, but
avoiding the soldiers' bonus issue.
It would be difficult to imagine a
.1 JJ.4 1 A 41-IA
j""A„otrin Suunorted war can floor leader in the House. Speak-
Ipnpr'allv with minor ing on the floor of the House re
„ntf Gas Land Leasing "t ongress has been in almost con
on the bill tinuous session for almost a year
i_i__ m„iMim11 cl(1(i
c&1» ign passes,
the world that they disapproved the law requiring P"bll[iJude primary in a year's time has been unable to
vay the President was linking the contributions to m^ae ^r^ry
o» "l'a''kel" IcaSpSgn''contributions,100 per cent, in
rfea2Ue really money nor because they were its impotency and incapacity.
in^^nte^eVfs^hut'^e^aiis1^ they had
placed? With that body of^ross
examiners hanging on the flank ot
has a rea
that the republican majority
and perfect it
jt jg gubject tQ ameudment,
to tax acknowledges its impotentcy and its
Uve legislationi and
prohibition^ was pia« denouncing the rule
Everything said and done at Chi
cago -was based on the theory tnat
?iss4 ""Blaine ['""I".A
will be demand-
over a COuple
that he is
with us was
for coercion and
than a al-
a few reservations. The
times tn-ing to convince
century was the tariff plank
forgotten. We had expected to see
forward to cure all the ills
government. Strange about
tlste which is probably
he indorsement or a
The law provides that each
hold a county convention on
A man' -who has Pr°^" the forth Saturday after the prir
No Ttoet iS hound to re- TUSn Kfinoa tho
from a stand-
vention on the
It wjll be an
too greedy of power and
SS =lfmp?hinc toward international Lach' to risk another separation,) To whdm it may concern:
pn-nne?ation for the promotion and ^so they continue to do business.
it will be
e«l from, following the ordinary
Mr. Mann was denouncing the rule
prohibiting amendments to and
limiting debate on the bonus bill,
bill intended to raise a billion and
a half dollars. The "steering com
mittee" had ordered the bill O.
bv it to be passed, or no bill at all,
aiid both democrats and republi
cans denounced the rule because it
forbade them the opportunity ot
rule having been adoptea, we
Mann's word for it that
tfae reI)ublican party
^en Garfield was named. For some
is Ukely to be iiitensified be- 1868 Grant 1
that we failed to see
about tlie tariff Thats
remarkable omission. Never
This brings the con-
3rd day of July.
of this county and
better make your pl.n3
Never make anjexcuse for a du
now thought to be within H. Young, Sr., deceased.
Tn do so is to admit
Appointment of Executor,
no imiun in the District Court of the State
in and ot Decatur county.
matter of the estate of Vi.
will come when, with the estate of W. H. Young Sr., late of
file of republicans are not persons in any manner indebted to
is Thereby given that the
payment to the undersigned,
those having claims against
& Wnemtat 9t •*»».
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in This Community
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O I E S
E. G. MONROE, President.
O. E. HUL1, Vice President.
CARL MONROE, Cashier.
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J. A. CASTER
H. L. McCLARAN, Davis City. W. E. TRISLER, Weldon.
S. SHORT, Grand River.
L. L. HUTCHINSON, Assist. Cashier.
Capital, Surplus and Profits
with EXTRA TROUSERS TO HATCH
Old Hats Made Prsctially the Same as New
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