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   Daily Captial News (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                FRIDAY TTjlT 50 120 For Supreme Judge Harding May Abandon FrontPorch Campaign and Tour the Westl Republican Leaders Advise Nominee to Supple ment Plans with Extensive Speaking Tour i CoveringPrincipal Cities of Middle West f By Tie Associated Press ceptance It adds toconfidence in MARION OHIO July purpose to repossess the jator Harding and his advisers arepeople with their government and tj j seriously considering supplementing j emphasizes my conviction asked to his front porch campaign with an exj make official services comport tensive speaking schedule to cover j with the second highest place in the i the principal cities of the country at government of the j least as far east as Boston south j CRUTCHES ASIDE I through the Middle West i become evident here that the j porch campaign is not proving the j big success it proved in the MeKin ley campaign when the neighboring Thought She Would Never Be City of Canton was the Mecca for all Republicans Senator Boies Penrose has been the I leader ininsisting that the fronti porch campaign was not energetic enough to meet the pressing needs of never be UP and about but the 1920 fight and he appears to jsince Tanlac I have laid aside have won over many of the party mir crutches and can get around as Well of Rhematism But Gets Around Well as Ever Now My neighbors thought I would managers The charge has been well as I could twenty years Judge T of methods he secured the candidate for prompt transaction of the business heard here that the National Comsaid Mrs Flora Wilcox of 700 West mittee was net enthusiastic over the street Wichita Kan Democratic nomination f or Di f u iv v of his court thereby vision One of the Supreme Court to fitf out of Judge state and as many dollars saving the as liti As trial judge Judge Ragland was born on a farm in Marion common j he able and scholarly quick to grasp a point and as quick to decide it but the equities of the case al and while a ybuthtook a waysappealed to him and course in Kirksville Normal Schoolto prepare for teaching Lfle th interest of right and even he brushed aside mere technicalities taughtlfor a number of years in jhanded justice These qualities as and then attended the Washington University Law School in St Louis Loeatihg at Monroe City he rap idly a practice a well as the respect and admiration In April 1919 he was elected by the Supreme Court of Missouri as a number of years tiiehelected the office of of that court and is as such Prosecuting Attorney of Monroe The many opinions where heserved two terms Darning a ieputa careful preparation and close attention Vto details in the all legal business In 19l6hewaselected to the Cir cuit benchpf Vtiie Tenth Judicial Cir Commissioner considered are are logical and characterized by brevity and clearness of expres and reveal a broad and compre hensive knowledge of the law His satisfactory work as Commissioner is the best evidence of his qualifi cuit thencomposed of the counties cations and fitness for membership Monroe Pike Court and was renqminated and reelected j He in the prime of life physi in the constituted without ii 1916 His circuitpencilis blemish He up right and but considerate of lawyersjand litigants and ofall who came into Applying cally and mentally and thoroughly equipjaed to meet the responsibili developing iipon a member of the Supreme Court and will from every viewpoint be a desirable can didate and add strength to the Dem ocratic ticket camapign system and perhaps for that reason was not encouraging the organization of big pilgrimages Porch Not Abandoned The porch will not be abandoned but it is reasonably certain that the Senator will travel much tensively than was at first intended Indeed some believe the porcffSmay be lost to the public before Novem ber V When William McKinley conduct ed a successful campaign for the presidency on his front porch over in Canton Ohio free railroad trans at least cheap excur sion available to most of the delegations no matter how far distant from Ohio This is no longer possible The railroad fare of dele gations from points outside of Ohio to Marion is going to cost lihousands of dollars and the matter of expense will prevent anything like the num ber of pilgrimages to the Harding front poich that might have been ex pected under the old conditions of travel The people of Marion naturally are strongly in favor of a strict adher ence to the front porch campaign The charge is sometimes heard here that the national committee has not been as active as it might be in ar ranging dates for delegtions PRISONERS IN SHACKLES FROM K C FARM Associated Press Fifteen of the seventeen suceeded in prying the irons from their legs and the guards were shackled and left KANSAS CITY July 29 Seven1 Late today two of the escaped pris teen prisoners on the municipal farm oners who had not suceeded in loos all shackled overpowered two guards their irons were recaptured today hobbled for hours across fields taking thecaptive guards The Marion Civic Association a nonpartisan organization formed to welcome Senator Harding home af r j ter his nomination and to care for and reached a little railway station the crowds of visitors who came for Subscribe for th of Horses John F Tihens Livery Barn Saturday JUL Y OCLOCK t These horses range in age from one to six years old are of the good heavy kind for farm work mostly mares some geldings They will be sold to the highest bidder rain or shine This is a chance to get some goodstock at a reasonable price A CLARK Ownei COL 6 E New Hoomfield the notification ceremonies has been Dick Crissinger leading Demo cratic attorney of Marion once a candidate for Congress and a school chum of Senator Harding has been directing the Civic Association Jim Prendergast lumberman a Democrat has been active too Other Democrats have worked hard for the success of various affairs ranged in connection with the Hard ing campaign Coolidge Congratulated The Democrats have a hard row to For twenty said Mrs j Wilcov I suffered terribly from rheumatism and it was all I could do to get around on crutches much less do any of my housework My limbs j pained me dreadfully and I had such awful pains under my left shoulder blade my arms that I couldnt j raise my hands to my head I I couldnt eat anything without suffering from a burning sensation and intense pains in my stomach i Gas formed on my stomach and pressed up around my heart caus ing severe palpitation and I could scarcely breathe Most of the time it was all I could lie down and I got very little sleep or rest at night My condition so badj that I had just about given up all hope of ever getting Better j I have taken eight bottles of j Tanlac now and my appetite is just splendid I eat anything I want and am never troubled with gas palpi tation or pains around my heart The j rheumatism is entirely gone I do all my housework with perfect ease and at night I sleep like a child Tanlac has simply been a blessing to me in restoring my liealth and I praise it moire than wards can ex Tanlac is sold in Jefferson City By Armstrongs Drug Store and in Scruggs R F from Jefferson City by P H CLEARANCE 2 More Having bought Joe Hemmels Grocery Store I am Offering the Public Unheard of Bargains This Week to Reduce the Stock Cane Sugar 100 Llis Lbs CANNED GOODS 25c Tomatoes three cans59c 20c Mixed Vegetables two 15c Paxton Red Beans four cans35c 20c Buffalo Kraut two cans35c 20c Armours Pork and Beans two cans35c lOc Pumpkin two cans15c Good Corn three cans42c 25c No 3 Pork and Beans three cans57c No 2 Van Camps Pork and Beans three cans55c 15c Van Camps Pork and Beans three lac Armours Soups two cans25c 25c Chum Salmon three cans58c 30c Pink Salmon three cans73c 30c Kippered Herring two cans41c 20c Gordons Fat Herring three 20c Albacore Tima two cans25c lac Hebe or Carolene Milk two cans25c MACRONI Sugo Seashells Spaghetti or Noodles three packages25c Goochs Spaghetti or Noodles three packages Quaker Milk Macroni or Spaghetti two packages 25c Quarts 62c Quaker Esrg Noodles two packages25c SYRUP White Karo one White Karo onehalf 53c Dark gallon 93c Dark Karo onehalf gallon 48c Pure Country Sorghum one Pure Country Sorghum onehalf gallon 65c 30c Mary Jane Sorghum 24c BREAKFAST FOODS 40c Quaker Oats three 20c Quaker Oats seven 20c Armours Oats seven for 20c National Oats seven for 15c Buttered Wheat three for 28c MASON JARS Onehalf Pints 79t Pints 89c Quarts 94c Half White Crown Mason Jar Caps two 55c 20c Paro 15c COFFEE joou Rio Coffee two 50c Western Coffee46c 50c Blankes Coffee lac Arbuckles Coffee42c FRUITS 45c Wavecrest Peaches35c arge Prunes three pounds85c Apricots two pounds75c Peaches per pound24c CRISCO Three One and onehalf pounds f2c Une pound MAZOLA 32c 62c Half Gallons AND RICE tancy Head Rice two 35c Michigan Navy Beans three Ibs 35c Pinto Beans 25c BAKING POWDER 35c Calumet28e 25c Laytons two 41c 15c Laytons two cans 25c lOc Laytons 3 2ac SOAPS P five 44c Lenox six 28c Extra Family six bars Sunny Monday seven bars 50c Crystal White seven Lighthouse Powder six packages 25c 40c Golddust 34c 40c 32c Rit or Aladdin Soap Dyes two packages 15c Putmans Dye two packages 15c Brass King Washboards70c Kitchen 5c 5c and lOc Toilet Soap per cake and 9c PRATTS Poultry and Stock Remedies15 Per Cent Off Good Contry Butter And Many Other Bargains Too Numerous to Mention No delivery on sugar unless groceries ordered with it Delivery to all parts of the City 7 PETERS GROCERY PHONE 312 931 WEST HIGH ST Says Pile Remedy Worth a Box I have had itching piles ever since my earliest recollection I am 53 years old6 and have suffered terribly I have tried many remedies and doctors but no cure About 8 weeks ago I saw your ad for Petersons Ointment The first present Republican mayor at the last cans ticket Democrats of Missouri municipal election Again it is the can not afford to support a man who Now is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots Theres no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckless as guar anteed to remove these homely spots Simply get an ounce of double any druggist and apply a little of it night and mornink and you should soon have beg morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to hoe in Marion County in the disappear while the lighter ones have proaching gubernatorial contest and vanished entirely It is seldom that it was thought the work of the civic association could be better advantage for performed to all concerned by an organization frankly partisan So the association voted to disband C B Huntress of Washington who had been executive secretary will re turn to the capital and the work heretofore done by the association will be handled by the Harding Marching Club of Marion and the Re publican National Committee Senator and Mrs Hariing motored to the Scioto Club at Columbus this afternoon for a game of golf Before he left the nominee sent to Governor Coolidge his running mato the fol lowing telegram of congratulations on his speech of acceptance It is heartening to all Americans to read your sterling speech of ac more than an ounce is needed to com pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion Be sure to ask for the double strength Othine as this is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckles BOQNVULE IS COMING HERE TO PLAY AUG 8 same Judge Priest whose son j is antagonistic to their everv pur George a Republican is today menj pose and who would misrepresent tioned in the papers as being par1 them in every particular Wellis he ticularly active in his behalf and itjmated with Senator Reed Each has Avas his son Blodgett a Republican I the same purpose in his mind and and even once a candidate on the Rej that is the destruction of the prin publican ticket who filed the declaI ciples on which the Democrtie party annlication stouned all itcninsr and ml iji three days all soreness I have onlyratlon f or the Senate as the agent j takes its stand and which Wilson and used one box and consider I am cured of the It is this son Blodgett j Cox each represent have my grateful heartfelt who is associated in the practice of V Words fail me to effectually de thanks and may everyone that has i this trouble see this and give your ointment that is worth a hundred dol lars or more a box a trial Sinerely yours A Newth Columbus Petersons Ointment for Piles Ec zema and old sores is only 60 ents a large box at all druggists Mail orders filled by Peterson Ointment Buffalo N Y G A Fischer will sup ply you TO ATTEND CONVENTION Recorder Ben H Linhardt and Cir aw Edward Forristel one of nounce or to express the depth of the the powerful and influential Repubj contempt which I feel for the course lican politicains of St Louis It is j Senator Reed is pursuing and for the also rumored that there will be an efforts which he is making to disrupt effort to have Republicans go into j the Democratic party But his ef the Democratic primaries in South forts are doomed to failure Democ St Louis and vote for Judge Priest Well might they vote for him He racy it triumphant Reedism will be overwhelmingly submerged next is in thoorugh sympathy with their j Tuesday and my friends the mem contentions with their ideals withjbers of the Democratic organization their destructive purposes Well might they vote for let cuit Clerk Martin F Gipfert left last j them vote for him on the Republi night for Kansas City to attend the annual convention of the circuit clerks and recorders of the state which meetstoday An effort will be made to bring next years meeting to the Capital City different from a Reed to loosen their confi dence in MRS WILSON HELD IN BOND fBy Associated Press WINFIELD July Grace Wilson at her preliminary here today was held in bond of 000 on a charge of killing her hus band Homer Wilson widely known as a cowboy here last Sunday Cooper County Boys Will After Lineup to Beat Hubs in Game Use Antiseptic Liquid Zemo There is one remedy that seldom fails to stop itching torture and relieve skin irritation and that makes the skin soft clear and healthy Any druggist can supply you with Zemo which generally overcomes skin diseases Eczema itch pimples rashes blackheads in most cases give way to Zemo Frequently minor blemishes disappear overnight Itching usually stops instantly Zemo is a cafe anti septic liquid dean easy to use and It costs onlySoc anejtra large bottle It wm not is not A baseball game between Boon ville and Jefferson City has been ar ranged for this city on Sunday Au gust 8 This will be the fourth game of the season with the Boonville team and a good game is assured Manager Will Ruwart is de termined to take the game from Boonville by having a better team than the Cooper County boys bring down this way The Hubs will have a chance to size the team up in the game next Sunday and an effort will be made to take the measure of each everyone in the lineup SENATOR REEDS CHARGES BRANDED AS A LIE BY SENATORIAL CANDIDATE Continued from Page and OLD NEGRESS DIES Sallie Thornton cokred said to be almost 100 years oldj died yesterday at the home of hfepvlm the Democratic party With joint purpose they have campaigned the state denounced the Democratic platform denounced Democratic leadership spoke to Republican au diences at meetingschilled by Republi can organiztions condemned a Dem ocratic administration failed to up nold the Democratic nominee for president and worked against the very principles which he Senator Reed has opposed the Democratic administration for years and it is no new role for Judge Priest It was Judge Priest who voted for Taft against1 Wcodrow Wilson it was Judge Priest who voted for Spencer in 1918 it yas ndgfe Priest wsio is reputed to haVe organlzaitiori THE UNIVERSAL CAR March 3 1920 the Ford Motor Co advanced the prices of Ford cars because of the increased cost of production No specific announcement was deemed necessary at the time bat it has developed that mis representations and misquotations of these advanced prices have been and are being given out So to safeguard the public against the evils of misrepre sentation we herewith give the present prices RUNABOUT with dual electric start ing and lighting system TOURING CAR with dual electric starting arid lighting COTJPE with dual elctric starting and lighting system and demountable SEDAN with dual electric stsrtmif lighting system and demountable TRUCK CHASSIS with solid tires and clincher rims With pneumatic tires and demountable rims These prices are all f o b Detroit Fordson Tractor f o b Dearborn Mich We will be pleased to receive your order pledg ing the assurance of the best possible promptness in delivery t PM GARAGE DEALERS JEFFERSON CITY MO Insist on Genuine Ford Parts V   

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