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1 ; Subscription $1.80 Per Year in Advance "i cw, t iiniJ if iwj id,, th fin t m i.tion L-wiiy n ij gtw Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed. 40th YEAR. HARTFORD, KVM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1920. NO. 45 nri: i-L ii 2 ELEVENTH OiSTRlCT GIVES . SENATE TOGA TQ ERNST Cox Carrie State By More ' .''.. Than Four Thousand Majority Louisville, Ky., Nor. . The( .-possibility of a contest for the seat' in the United States senate, which ' Ibas been xaptured on the face ef ( th seturns D7 mcnan r. sx&w., l Covington, appears remote. Though .evidence of fraud In mountain dis trict appears plentiful, It would probably be a waste of time for the .Democratic candidate. Senator J. C. ' W. Beckham, to contest the elec tion, as his claims would hare to be. decided by the tfnlted States senate, which Is now heavily Re "jpublican. The chance of a Demo cratic candidate getting a Judicial decision from the Republican senate is Illustrated by the case of Truman Hi Newberry, of Michigan, who has "been permitted to retain his seat ' though convicted by a. federal Jury . i of election frauds. , . Though three precincts are still unreported Chesley H. Searcy, Re publican state campaign chairman, has conceded the state to -Gov. Jas. "M. " Cox. The Association Press gives Cox a lead of 4,007, with the three precincts out. with tour out in the senatorial race Ernst has 'a lead over Beckham of 7,643. J 3 AMERICAN" LEGION MEM BERS ELECTED TO CONGRESS Washington, Nov. 7. There will be at least thirteen members of the American Legion In the new Con gress, according to a statement from . the headquarters of the National Legislative "Committee of the legion tonight. The members of the le .gion so far-reported elected aref Louis Frothliigbam (Rep.), Massu chusetts; Ogden Mills (Rep.). New -York; Hamilton Fish, Jr.,. (Rep.), New York; Lester D. Volk (Rep.), New York; Cordon . Browning (Dem.),. Tennesse; CarroU Reece (Rep.), Tennessee; L. E. Sharpe CRe.), Michigan; John Philip Hill. Reir.). Maryland; J. E. Rankin . (Dem.), Mississippi; Thomas Con nalley (Dem.), Texas, ""re-elected ; Marvin Jones (Dem.).. Texas re-elected; Royal C. Johnson (RepJ, South Dakota, re-elected; A. C. Johnson (Rep.), Washington, re flected. . Three members of the legion In the present Congress who failed to "be re-elected are Charles P. Cald welfc (Dem.), New York; Jacob Mul ligan (Dem.), Missouri, and King Swope (Rep.), Kentucky. : -r NAME WRITER CHILD " HARDING SECRETARY 1 ' Marion, O.. Nov. ' .8. Richard Washburn Child, lawyer and Uteragrandchlldren. teur, is- expected to be the presi dent secretary. There has beau ro formal announcement of . this. , ,,Child la thlrty-nfne years old, of Harvard, 1903, A. B, and LL' B. "He was a correspondent In Europe, serving with the Russian army. With our advent into the war ha became assistant to Frank A. Van-, derlip in the War Savings depart-1 ence of a large congragatlou of sor ihent. Last year he became editor . rowful friends.' . . of. Collier's Weekly. He Is practising law in New York City, is author ot severaj books, and is a' contributor of fiction .to the periodicals. J -fl'OMAX MEXT TO CONGRESS . 4'ROM OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Oklahoma CUy. Okla.. Nov. 5. A' woman representative in cougresa trom Okalhoma became reality when belated returns gave victory to Alice M. Robertson, 'Republican, over W. W. Hastings, ' Democratic dncumbent iu the Second district. . ;, DIED AT 101 Fall of Rough. Mrs.. Rachel Mauurio. 101 years old and said to J the oldest Orayson county died at her bOme In that county, "Thursday, and was "burled Saturday. She wrfs a meni ler ot a well known family. Mr. a. B. Likens returned to mammoth turnip by Mr. R. B. Cul- distance telephoue connecting; bis he Bennett Stevens farm, also be- urday afternoon. The ceinony Washington, D. C., Thursday, after ley. of" Stanley. The specimen office with the national headquar- longing to the Balrd heirs and cou- w performed In front of the Bap spendlng about tea days here vlsil-1 weighs aeveu pounds and Is twenty ters at New York, he Informed Sen- aiming- of 60 acres was sold, Mr. tlsf parsonage by Rev. Russell Walk ing relatives, attending to. some three Inches in circumference., ator Harrison o( Mlsssslppl. chair- ardlu Balrd being the purchaser ed.The young folks remained ' In .business niattora and last ut not Now, thla Is a big onebut we be- man ot the Democratic Speakers' This tract brought 12500. their car while the minister pro least for the the purpose of voting lieve there are bigger ouet iu Ohio bureau during the campaign, that . . uounced the words that made them (or Cox. Bvckbaut and Johnson. Couuty. "Fetch" 'em' In... be" was ready at any time to go oa. The Hartford Ileiald. 11.50 the year on. V ALL NEGROES LOSE j Colnmbne, Ohio, Not. 8- Not withstanding the fact that six negroes were nominated upon the Republican ticket In Ohio for membership In the general . assembly, not a member of that race wUl occupy a seat in that z body. . . Report from Cleveland f and Cincinnati show the defeat of - the negro candidates there, ' whilo the two negroes named here virtually were burled un der an avalanche of negative - votes. In Springfield a negro physl clan who was nominated to be coroner of Clark county on the Republican ticket also waa de feated. 80 far aa is known, ' not negro was elected to any , office in the state upon any ticket. v ; 1 w - Mil. GEORGE G. FAIR SUCCUMBS TO PARALYSIS Mr. George Greenup Fair died at his home In Hartford, at 11:15 o- uum 1 uuiouu; iiiuiiiiiib, biiu bh of 84 years. T months and 9 days. Mr. Fair suffered a stroke of paraly- sis sixteen years ago and had been .1 an Invalid since that time. He was 1 v,. l Ilnln 1.-1 ! has lived In Hartford during the'datM nio,e tllan for other one puat thltry years. In early man - hood he c0nfes8ed faIth in Christ nnd united with the BaDtlst church remaming falthful until his death. May 24, 1862,' he married Miss Isabelle Fogle, a sister of Judge J. E. Fggle, and to this union were born two sons, . Win. Montgomery j Fair, of Hartrord, McDowell rair of7 Chattanooga, Tenn.; two daugh ters, Mrs. Emma Fair Thomas and Mrs. R. R .Riley, both ot Hartford. Funeral Services were conducted at the Baptist church at 2:00 O' clock Friday afternoon, by Rev. Russell Walker, after which the re mains were interred in Oakwood by the side of his wife, who preceded him to the grave several years ago. MR. W. F. ACTOX DEAD Mr. William Franklin Acton died'.. at iiis, residence on Clay street, thisl viiy, ui i:ov a. in.- iiiuibuh;, Auv;l0n of 4th. after an Illness of several weeks. He was born near Sulphur Springs, Ohio County, Ky., Sept. 14 1853 and was thus slightly past the sixty-seventh milestone. Ke had been a consistent member of the' Methodist church, since 1884. On March 18, 1880 he was mar ried to Miss Arbelle Wright who died Nov. 2. 1902. The following children ot this union survive: Stel la Lee, now Mrs. M. T. Likens, of Hartford; Lula May, now Mrs. R. A. Karraker,' of Ottumwa, Iowa; AIoiizq Cleveland Actop, ot Hurt ford; Lorenzo COrt Acton, of Hart ford, and Ava, now Mrs. J. R. Hoov er, of Hartford. There are several On Aug. 21. 1910 he was .married- to Mrs. Emma White, who survives him and to which union was horn William Oren Acton, who also survives. v Funeral services were conducted Friday morning by Rev. T. T. Fraz ier, after which' the remains were interred in the MidkifT cemetery near Sulphur Springs, in the pres- MRS. LYPIA MORTOX DEAD The remains ot Mrs. Lydia Bar ron Morton widow of Capt. Samuel Morton, deceased, were ( brought from Dallas Texas to Owensboro where ' interment occurred Sunday, Oct. 31. Mrs. Morton had been in fair health but succumbed to an attack of acute Indigestion and heart trouble. Mrs. Morton's daugh ter. Mrs, Charlie Griffin, and Mr. unmn accompanied tne remaina to Owensboro Mr. Griffin spent f rom ' Thursday until Saturday with friends and relatives in Hartford. Mra. Griffin will vUit in Kentucky , ..ia si i-A. 1 lis a t. i I nil L-uriBiuias out wui uoi ue in Hartford until sometime in Decern Hl'GE TCHXII BIG MAJORITIES CAUSE ': SURPRISE TO DIR. HARDING aaa-aaa-Maaa---a Expresses Pleasure Republicans Will Have Control of Both . Huuses of Congress Marlon, Ohio. Nov. 6. Warren a. Harding spent the first day as president-elect resting from the ten sion of election night and reviewing the late returns, with particular at tention to the make-up of the Sixty-seventh congress. He expressed keen pleasure " as the growing figures confirmed the Republican gain in the senate and house for he had told his friends that his greatest apprehensiln' over the outcome had not been the fear of defeat for himself, so much as the learlzation that as chief execu tive his hands might be tied by lack of a working party majority In the legislative branch. I His interest through the last i wee!" of the campaign turned .pe- c'nca"y to tne ,en,torlal uion and it was known in inside circles 1 of the party that was for the aid I A . 1. r ...... ui 11 ....... l 11 i" "ci'uuiMau Beumuiiui ibiiui- p""' "mv ml l,uul "u ullu -ulaut; a swing aruuuu me circia ot states where the present narrow senate 'majority was receiving his heaviest attacks. ' As for his own fortunes it was said today he never had been in I doubt for a moment from the time ot his nomination. He did. voice anrnplaa at the Irbinnnilniti mnlnfl. ties' piled up for him. declaring the results over-reached his fondest hopes. i I Thn avalanche of conirratnlatorr messages, addressed to president elect and Mrs. Harding increased in proportions today, many prominent Democrats being numbered among those who sent good wishes. The defeated Democratic candidate. Gov-H ei nor Cox. sent a brief message ac- cepting the result and the senator!"" l" In a still briefer message, thanked ! Jl'e8e"ee 0 the brIde'8 Bi8ter' MiM N,ow that the political complex the administration is known definitely, which apparently is with out sanction or ' authority, the names oftenest heard Include those lf ' Root Pnilander c. Kno, lfpnrv rhnt ,,,... rharlfi. F.van, Hughes, Herbert Hoover. Major General Leonard Wood. Gov. Frank Lowden. former Senator Jbhn W. Weeks and Harry M. Daugherty. COXGRATUiATIOXS SENT To Si'iuttor HardinK Uy Gov. Cox, Dofc-atcil Opp6ncnt Dayton. Ohio;, Nov. 3o Govern or Cox, the defeated presidential candidate, today wired his congrat ulations to Senator Harding, the presdent-elect, pledging support "as a cltlzpn. of the executive au thority iu whatever emergency might arise." His message, the first act of the defeated candidate toduy, read: - "In the spirit of America. I ac cept the decision ot the . majority, tender, as the defended candidate, my congratulations and pledge as a citizen my support to the executive authority In whatever emergency might arise. From early lust night the gov ernor had no illusion about the fin al result, but he refused to maka any statement. His newspaper ex- tra announcing a "Republican land- slide; Harding wins." was said by him to be a "purely Impersonal' expression, uui once mat 11 was in the street ' he manifested little In terest in the accumulating .returns. The governor proved a good Jos- er. and the last hour apeut at his 0fflce wag devoted disconsolate callers. to comforting He never lost m, Bmlle. or dld Mra. Cox. who gpent th8 evenlng with him. To all friends, who came with condoleuce v - aAAA hR wonla to hla nulla: "I'm proud of your interest." Ap praeutly. he made good hla cam paign . assertion that for "him (he result was Impersonal. t Before midnight bis thoughts turned ,to,'tols .coming vacatlou. Once, when talking over the long OFFICIAL TABULATED VOTE OF OHIO COUNTY NOVEMBER 2, 1920. President X n PRECINCTS ' - ' I East Hartford .Vest Hartford Beda Dundee Magan . '. Cromwell ; Cool Springs North Rockport South Rockport Select Horse Branch .'t North Rosine East Beaver Dam West Beaver Dam McHenry .'.'' North Centertown ! amallhous . . . East Fordsvlllo West Fordsvllle Aetnaville . . . Slireve Olaton Btiford . . Bartlott Hpflln teralvo Point Pleasant Narrows Ralph Trentlss Herbert Arnold Render Simmons . . North Hartford Suanydale . . . Pond Run ' Taylor Mines . . . South Fordsvllle South Rosine . . . South Centertown Majorities n hunting trip to home. . the senator's BHATCHKR DOWNEY .Miss Bertha Goebel Bratcher, o the Fallen-Rock neighborhood, and pair,. Atbort Downey, of Yeamau, were married at the court house at 1 f .attnllftol.l n.l ?' 1AOA I .1... 11c Diaicuer, uroiner-in-iaw, wai- ton Cu minings, and other 'friends. Mrs. Downey is the daughter of Mr.1 ! a,pd TOrs. R. A. Bratcher, and a I popular, young lady of her vicinity with a host of Mends to wish Co l's : - l.est blessing upon her. ) Mr. Downey is a respected yoking man of his neighborhood and is the grandson of Mr. Far ranee Davison,' of Yeamau, who has recently re signed, his work of earring mail ! from Yea man to Springlick, which j will be Mr. Downey's future work. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Ollie 'Carden, of Hartford. Their many , friends wish them many years of happiness. DAXCK HALL IS HOMELESS GIRL'S DOWNFALL, HE SAYS New York, Nov. 4. Comment ing at Calvary Baptist church on a letter sent by Mrs. E. M. Whittle more, founder ot the "Door of Hope," that "seven out of ten girls come to their moral ruin through the dance halls," the Rev. John Reach Straton said: "These children go flocking to the dance hulls, where they are de stroyed, because they have no ade quate home arrangement iuid no where else to go." ,)t KEXTl'CKY HIGH SCHOOL PIUXCirAL FATALLY SHOT MldllIe8bor0i Ky,f Nov. 4iPro. feggor Barneg pr,lcpal of th M,d. dleliDoro hlgU ichooi WM ,hot and fatally wounded today by Adolphus Oaks. It is reoprted Professor Bar nes whipped Oak's sister, a high school student which presumably caused the shooting. Barnes ten dered his resignation to the board education and intended leaving the city Saturday. Oaks is .in Jull. BAIHDLAND SOLD At a Master Commissioner's sale here Monday, the old Balrd home stead near Alexandria school house WM BOd, the purchaser being Mr. pete shown. This tract contained 150 acres and' brought 15600.00. Auother' tract known aa a nart nt Senator Congrexs W o 0) . n 9 292 Tl4 28Tj Itt 279! 185 1411 169 139 166 139 156 182) 1601 176 157 177 157 122) 74 1231 71 1221 71 126 fi5(- 126! 65! 126 65 , 252i 97; 251 981 251 98 ! 801 72 79' 72: 79 72 169: 110! 156! 106! 155 107 115, 74 115; 74 115' 74 147 50 146, GO! 146 50 168 125, 168; 122 I681 122 191 48r 19l! 48) 192 48 175 129, 176 129f 177 128 138 269 138 269) 138! 271 237 8l! 230, . 82. 229, 81 J 165) 121) -164; 119 1G1 121 1 77; 122! 77; 122 77! 122 I 282; 541 282: 63! 28l 54 160; 112, 160, 112 160, 112 I 38, 133i 38' 1311 39! 129 I 114j 1211 114) 121! 114: 121 I 1121 68! Hi) 68! Ill, 68 1 91! 158' 90; I64i 90j 154 I 1431 97l 142' 97' 142; 96 I , 75! 119! 76; 119) 75( 120 73 46, 73; 45; 72j 47 ! 56; S6! 56 84, 56 84 I 105! 116' 103 113 103! 113 ) 73' 78X 71; . 77j 71' 77 ! 79 93 79 90 79' 90 ! 65' 82' 69; ui 70! 80 I 14S 28, 14'5; 2Si 146 -X2S 75 a;, 75, 7i 75; 37 I 109) 62 109; 62, 109; . 62 187; 144' 188! 147; 1901 145 ! 131; 100; 131 100" 131 100 ' Hi; 91: 107 89' 107' 1 89 112; 51 109 52 108 52 60 89 61; 89 61 88 1 119 44 117 42 117 42 j 82 60, 81 61 81 61 ? 537l! 401l' 5322 39741 5319 3977 ' 1360; j 1348 I 1342 252 165j ill SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION Last week we gave returns frop only 13 precincts in the School Hoard election. Following are the totals received in 40 of the 41 pre cincts of the county. No report from Taylor Mines has been filed with the County Clerk. . Fiscal Court met here Monday nud Tuesday. Noil Partisan Ticket Mrs. W. O. Read. 1S54. Nat Llndley. 1731. Claud Renfrow, 1700. W. S. Hill. 1536. K. A. (Lon) Owen, 1447. Other Ticket Dr. Oscar Allen. 1132. Henry Carter, 1118. W. II. Carson. 100S'. 0. o. T. Kittengei'. 898. T. IturdettP. 8 23. REVIVAL CLOSES Kvangelist T. 'I'. Martin closed n very successt'iil revival a the Bap tist church here Sunday night. Qro. Martin is an evaugeliut of mi Lion wide fame and hus conducted re vivals in this stute at different times within the past 32 years. He de livered some convincing sermons here und accomplished much good. Among visible results were quite a few conversions, 8 additions to the church and a general reawaking of the church members In this vicinity. Bro. E. E. Petioff, Evangelist and Singer, arrived several days before Bio. Martin and conducted the ser vices until the latter came. Ho was born iu llulgarin. the son of a Catho lic Priest, and was a Catholic until he reached manhood. He turned rom thi'' to '"fidelity and later be- ,can,e a Baptist and has been lnthe ministry during the pust 12 years. His preaching and slngiug won him many admirers here. for MRS. SUMMERS VISITS HERE Mrs. Elsie Sommers, ,nee Miss Elsie Matthews, and rhidren, Ruth Anne and Ruy Addison, of Wash ington, D. C, left tor Owensboro, Sunday, after spending about ten days with relatives here. She will visit in Owensboro, Ky.,and t'hat tagpogo, Tenn., until Christmas, when she will return to her home in Washington. D. C. HTE WART LEACH Mr! Jobe M. Leach, of Terre Haute Iud.. age 25, aud Miss Ruth Stew art, of Beaver Dam, age 28, were united In marriage In this city Sut- BUCKS ATTACK LOUISVILLE MS NEWSBOY Angered By Headline, "Cox Leads in State," Negroes Beat Youth Insensible Louisville, Ky., Nov. 3. Angered by the shouting of the headline "Cox Leads In State". in The Louis ville Times' 8 o'clock extra, three negroes grabbed the papers Gerald McCarthy was selling, beat and kick ed blm and left him unconscious on the sidewalk at Twelfth and. Wat nut Streets nt 9:30 o'clock .iast nlMit. ..-. The attack was witnessed by per sons In a passing trplley car, but the negroes fled before, assistance could be given. McCarthy, 18 years old, was re moved to his home, 3226 West Chestnut Street, suffering from se vere scalp wounds, bruises and prol uble internal injuries. The police investigated the as sault but made no arrests. Mc Carthy is a shipping clerk. Several instances in which copies oi the same Times extra were taken from newsboys by negroes were re ported during the evening. --- - i:i h-vi:i;xo omi.vy The Rich-Werno Entertainers, who npppnr here on the Lyceum course November 19, evening, will bo one of the strong numbers of tilt Lyceum course this season. This company is composed of Miss Itita Rirh und Miss l.:turu Werno both of whom are well known to Lyceum audiences in nil parts of tlie country because of their connection with the Killarney Girls Company. Miss Rich is well-known for her impersonations ( children und al so as an impersonator of the grown up of many countries. Her folk songs of various nations. Riven In costume, are 11 feature of her. 1110 gram. . .. "Rita Rich makes a hi." says an Iowa editor, "She la a most charm ing and entertaining singer ot re markable ability and presents a tine repertoire of child sonus ami folk songs of all nations." "Miss Werno's readings." says the La Grange. 111., Citizen, "are given with full appreciation of the author's intent and with great sin cerity of purpose. She shows re markable ability In her pianologuea She has a rhurminx personality. . S. S. REPORT- ..." The Ohio County Baptist S. S. Convention which 'met at Green River Baptist church, near"-Cromwell, Oct. 30-3 1, was a very sue-' cessful one and much enjoyed by all present. Our ministerial Broth ren over the County failed to come to me but our home talent discussed the program in u Spiritual und In telligent way. The church covered herself with glory and a splendid dinner was served Sunday ' to a large crowd of people. BIRCH SHIELDS. Pastor. I 1. T. A. MEETING MV. 12 1 The Parent Teachers Association will meet lit the school Iniildhi.;. Friday, Nov. 12 at :t p. in., and the following program will he rendered: Devotional I'xe 1 i .e .- f'.cv. T. T. Frazler. Transaction of !!u linens, ' Music Mrs. Pearl Schrosder. Duty of Teacher 10 the child -' Rev. T. T. Frazler. Paper, P. T. A.. Mrs. E. S. How ard. Solo. Mrs. Otto Martin. Mrs. E. S. Howard and .Mrs. M. (). Keown, PioRiam Committee. DRAIXAGE COMMISSIONERS1 Judge Mai'k Cook uppoiuted the following men as members of the Ohio County Hoard of DiMiiuige Commissioners. Monday: S. T, Harnett, J. A. Bellamy and V. C. 'Hocker. They will servo .for. a period ot 4 years and receive a sal ary ot $6.00 per day. I'P-TO-DATE RESTAI RAX T Have- purchased Mlntou's Restau rant next dour to Taylor MonU' Garage. Will serve hot luuchoa . lt all hours. Nice line t.ejh uro' ei-, fc Your putrouago wl'.l bj arpiccia'.ed., ARTHUR LKACll.