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BtilO COUNTY FARM ,
: BUREAU ORGANIZED HEftE
$any Of the Best Farmers Pres-
ent Much Enthusiasm,
On Friday, December the 19th, a
meeting of the representative Far-
mers of Ohio County was held in
the Court House In Hartford. Due
to bad roads and severe weather on
ly about half the number expected
were able to attend, but what was,
lacking In numbers was fully made few friends to Mrs. Mary Leacu, at
up Is enthusiasm and earnestness of her home on Clay St., Friday Dec.
purpose. At least 35 of tho best 19, in honor of her birthday. A
farmers in the County braved tho sumptuous dinner was Borved and
weather to express their confldenco ' thoso present to enjoy the occasion
lfii this movement for the betterment were: Mrs. Mary Leach, Mr. and
ot American Farming Dusiness and Mrs. Joe Wilson, Mrs. Lewis Tumor,
Condltons. . I Prof. Henry 'Leach, Mrs. R. R. Wed-
Mr. Walter O. Trice, County Ag- ding, Miss Annie Hudson, Miss Mln
ont of Warren County, was present nie Leach and Mr. Raynfond Cole,
at, the opening of the meeting and of Hartford and vicinity. The out
made a very strong talk, explain-' of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
ing the purpose of tho Farm Bureau, v, o. Cole, and son Clarence, Mr.
the attitude of the U. S. Government ( -vatt Stevens, Mrs. Nelson Colo,
toward this movement, and what Mrs. Willie Russell and chidren,
the farmers ought to make It. jail of Dundee The guests Joined
A temporary" organization was in wishing Mrs. Leach many happy
perfected, with Mr. ErG. Austin, of
Beaver Dam, as President; Mr. L.
B Tichenor, Vive President; and
Mr. Watt Taylor, of Matanzas, as
Secretary and Treasurer
A Publicity Committee of the
following men was appointed; E. E, j Knights of Pythias, for tho ensuing
Rodgers, Beaver JVun; Asa Kellr Uerm: C; C John B. Wilson; V. C
Fordsville; Watt "Taylor" Senter-"!. B. Tappan; Prelate, W. J. Bean;
town; M. L. McCracken, Hartford. M. of W., A. I. Nail; M. of A., J. &
Committee on Organization, as Casobier; M. of F., W. S. Tinsley;
follows; 'Jf E. Mitchell, Dundee; L-'M. of'E., J. R. Pirtle; K. of R. and
B. Tichenor, Hartford; W. C. Blank-(S., M. A. Fogle; I. d., A, R. Car
enship, Hartford; Judge Mack Cook, 'son; 0. G A. M. Barnott; Trustees,
Hartford. S. T. Barne'tt, and C. X). Hunter.
Membership fees were set at $6.00 They will be Installed 'tho next nfeet
for land owner?, nnd$3 00 for ieut-(lng, at which time one applicant
ers or tenants. These fees are to
be paid annually and, are to cover
the Slate and "National" dues from
the County Organization. . s zZ
1 Motion made and passed to have
100 mebbers dnrolled 'before per
fecting the permanent organization
ao tiipro nre now about 70 odd men
-who are vitally Interested in the ' mission or cloo ousr doors. Cheap
Farm Bureau it is expected that'er nims would be unsatisfactory to
many more than the required 100 'everybody. So we have decided to
will be enrolled during tho next hold the service up and advance tho
week. Membership blanks are now price of admission to 20 cents, ef
on the press and will bo in the hands fectlvo on and after December 23rd.
ot the Committee this week, I And If attendance does not justify
The next meeting is called for 10
o'clock Tuesday morning, January
the 6th. this will be the first Tues-
day in January, 1920, meeting will
bo held In the Court House, 'as be
fore, and tho session will convene
with tho Fiscal Court. Besides the
Question of the permanent organiza
tion, soveral other matters of Im
portance to nil Farmrs will be tak
en up, and every Farmer is urged to
"Tho marriage of Miss Bernice
fe Virginia May, of Louisville, Ky
ft and Mr. Arthur Dale Kirk, was
so'lemnlzed Saturday afternpon at 2
solemnized Saturday afternpon at 2
1 vnet at the fiomo of tho bride's
cousin, Mrs. Ernest Wodward and
Mr. Woodward in Deer Park, the
Rev. H. W. Tiffany officiating. Miss
Artie May, sister of tho bride was
the maid of honor and Mr. Goodell
"Wooten, of Hartford, Ivy., the best
Before the ceremony Miss Isabella
Hendricks, of Hardlnsburg, Ky.,
eang "Oh Promise Me" and "I love
you truly." Tho bridal party en
tered the drawing room to T the
strains of the Lohengrin Wedding
March," played by Miss Lola Fields,
the ceremony being pefrormed un
der tho arch between tho drawing
room and reception room during
which "Loves Confession" was very
softly playeit. Tho rooms wore dec
orated with ferns and pot flowers.
T'ho bride was attired in her trav
eling suit of midnight blue trlcotine
and witn mis ,wore u laoau iuuub
hat to match. Her flowers were a
corsago bouquet of Mrs. Ward ro3n. i
Mtss Artto May was gowned
blue cbaruieusa' with an overdress"
ofKoorKotto. Sho wore a picture
-kat and carrledi Mrs.- Ward rosps . '
After a wedding trip tnrougn me
gutn r. ono, ira, jviro tim " ?i
ie In .Hartford,- Ky oner janu - -
'-roweiuboro -Wagons anaDeUw J
HKis. Quality and seirvleo aire''
faomus terms. We bare them
t.Uw old price,
X 3, D- WILLIAMS ft SONS, '
NARROWS R. F. D. CAR-
RIER9; EXCHANGE ROUTE
Lawrence Danlol'and oto-:
bert Taylor, yeteran.' mail, carriers
on the Narrows Roites, recently do
claed that It would bo much more
convenient for both, if -theyucould
exchange routes. Upon taking thi
matter up with -the 'proper authori
ties, they were granted he privilege
of making t!i' ttade and now'Mr
Dnnlnl rlnlaa nnf tlin TnM in nntrnna
ot Route x and Mr T ,or -
nn;i !,, , - -J
the people on Route 2.
8URPRIE BIRTHDAY PARTY'
a surprise tdinner was given by. a
returns of the day.
K. P. ELECT OFFICERS
The following officers have been
elected by Rough River Lodgo
, mil ue passea on.
TO OUR PATRON'S
Owing to the Increased cost of
Alius and other expenses we are
forced to elthdr, use a much cheaper
service, advance the price of ad-
operation wo will be compelled to
, iane me laiier course, tiuse
6;45. Show begins
EXORMOUS SUM PAID TO
OHIO COUNTY FARMERS
Tobacco has beon coming into
Hartford for the past 10 days In a
constant stream. Quito a lot or
each has been ji.ld out to, the, 'itr--;.ers
of Ohio County for tho weed.
The O T. Burns factory njouo,
j,ag purchased enough .tob
to tho present time to cause
jay o BOmcth!ng like $20($
cause tho out-
ay o BOmcthlnE like $20d.000.00.
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A meeting is hereby called ot tho
Stockholders of the Ohio County
Farmers Mutual Telephone Com-
pony to be hold at the courthouse In
Hartford, at 1:00 p. in., Saturday
December 27, for the purpose of
electing directors for the year 1920,
J. P. CASEBIER,
.CANNOT DO WITHOUT IT
Editor Heralil; -You will find en
closed check for $2.00 for subscrip
tion to tho Herald. Please send It
to Drakesboro, Ky., as I can't get
along without It, and oblige
t ' '" j J. W. ROSS
Parties indebted to mo wlll-pleaso
nay their accounts af once, as I want
to b'alance-niybobk8 by tho-'closo of
the year. If I owed you, what
would' you want me t0 do?
DR. J. S. BEAN,
Uorso Branch, Ky.
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. r uayenellB ocas, uimng ia-
Chajrs,! Rockers, Rugs, Mattlngaand
Linoleums or anything In thefurni-
turo line lUwlll pay ypu to go), our
prices before buying J ,'tV'
- W' rl .
i , JOE M. HAMPTON --" 13"
Singer ' "
Joo M. Hampton, of Tennessee, ha 3 been, procured as choir leader for
tho revival to commence at the local Methodist Church, Sunday morning,
January 4th., next. v", (t
Mr. Hampton is said to be a great leader In song services In revival
meetings and a treat Is promised those of this community who hear him.
HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
DEFEAT CENTRAL CITY TEAM
In a spirited game at the Opera
House here Friday night,'-the Hart -
ford High School Basket Ball team
defeated the Central City High
School team by a score of 21 to 17.
The Central City boys have had con
siderable training and on Friday
night of the previous week had de
feated the Whltesvlllo team by a
scoro of 24 to 4, bat tho Hartford
boys refused to be scared and went
Into the game with a vim, determln -
ed to; show the visitors the real
science of tho game, and they did.
Thd Central, City playere were:
Geqrge Lee Moore. John Thompson,
William Finch, .Marvin Christian,
Nearly $200,000,000 Paid To
The Tobacco Growers
Marokt closed until December 29th.
Opening salo December 29, EasteriZone Daviess County;
Pryor Sides Friday
Owonsboro 281.970 lbs
988.52 avr. $18.08.
for $50, -
Lancaster, 296,450 lbs., for
193.20, avr. 16.
Equity Homo, 169,410 lbs.,
$27,604.32, avr. $16.29.
Daviess County, 217,545 lbs.,
$37,068.02 av. $17.
Total Pryor 965,372 lbs.,
$164,854.06, avr. $17.07.
Burlcy Sides Friday
Owonsboro, 36,750 lbs., for; $10,
610.77r av $28.81.
Lancaster, 36,345 lbs., for $11,-
412.43, av. $31.04. '
Equity. Home, all Burley sales re
jected, Daviess County, 14,695 lbs., ,for
$3,39.4.13, av. $23. .
Total Burley, 87,790 lbs., . for
$25,417.33, av. $28.Q1. ';.'
Pryor Sales for Week
t Owensborpn 668,7.75
?104,GC5,52, av. $18.38.
Lancaster 437,050 lbs.
969.63, av, $16.69.
Fui mers', 300,100 lb., for $07,
332.7), av. 918.30. v
Equity Homo, 312,340 lbs., for
Field Bros., 312.820 lbs., tor
$5122, av. $16 38'.
Blrk, 325,265 lbs., for $61,607.
20. ay. $18.94.
Daviess County, 425,075 lbs., for
$73,503.78, av, 17.29.
Total fPryor sales, 2,747,425.1bs.,
for $485. 553. 52,. av. $17.60. - .
Total Burley sales for week, 239,-
450 maor. $73,14152, av. $30.54
Daviess County, 1,172,805, lbs.,
Con-all Blincoe, William Hershberg
and Gordon Sharp.
Tho Hartford team was composed
of tho .following young men:
hvard'Hoovor, Odie Harper, Maurice
Barrass, Dick Williamson, Blanton
Ellis. Tho referees were: Prof.
Richard Nell, of Whltesvllle and
Whittier Rodgers, of Beaver Dam.
In its issue of last week, tho Cen
tral City Argus expressed absolute
confidence that Its homo team would
return victorious. Wo would ad-
vise our brother never to bo too
' cock suro of anything, especially
When Ohio County boys aro in tho
TOYLAND at th OHIO COUNTY
DRUG CO. Incorporated.
Lancaster,, 1, COS, 055 lbs.,
'$278,739.04, av. $18.47.
Equity IJorae, 94S,98C( lbs
$171,970.44, av. $18.13
Field pros., 734,015
$129,311.51, av. $17.62.
$340,511.05, av. $18.72.
11)4.. f II
S2()O,022.2O, av. 810,07.
Blrk, 734,005 lbs., for $143,771.
13, ar. $19.59 i
Total Pryor sales, 8,378,770 lbs.,
for $1,553,833.66, av. $18.54.
Total Burley Sales, for Season
Daviess County, 110,880 lbs., for
$34,010, av. $30.40.
Lancaster. 265,990 lbs, for $94,
0!ib.50, av. $35.03.
,Equlty Home, 96,195, lbs., for
$20,470.62, av. $27.50.
Field Bros., 31,405, lbs., for $7,-
299.49, av. $23.25.
I Owensboro, 141,595,
$49,925.08, av. $32.43.
Farnicis', -M.'M) Ibn.,
277.30, av. 833.58.
Blrk 21,575 lbs
av., $27.39., t
Total Uurloy .salas for
716(130 lbs., for $229,794.28, av.
Total Pryor sales boforo Christ
mas. 1918, 6,919,415 lbs., for $1,
035,99317, av. $14,97.
Total Burloy sales boforo Christ
mas, 1918,- 218,175 lbs., for $41,
573.23, av, $19.05
Sales previous to Chrlstmras, 19
17, 530,475 lbs., for $1,239,899.51,
Gold before Christmas this year
MRS. II. P. TAYLOR DEAD
HEART FAILURE IS CAUSE
Whllo reading a newspaper at her
homo In Hartford last Friday morn
ing, Mrs. Mary Pendleton Taylor,
wife- of Hon? H. P. Taylor, was
stricken with heart trouble and suc
cumbed within a few minutes de
spite all efforts to aid her. She had
suffered from this trouble at times
within tho pasV ten years, but her
death came as a surprise, because of
her recent seemingly robust health.
Mrs. Taylor was the daughter of
Dr. John E. Pendleton, and was
born In Philadelphia, Ponn., Feb.
J.1, 1858, thus making her 61 years;
of age at tho time of her death.
Sho and Mr. Taylor were married
October 22, 18S4, and to this union
were born two children, a daughter
and a son. The daughter, Mr. Dr.
Woolfolk Barrow lives at Lexing
ton, Ky., and son, John Pendleton
Tayor, is a resident of Hartford.
There are four grandchildren
Other near relatives are: a 'sis
ter, Mrs. Howard Gray, of St. John,
Kansas, and throe' brothers, Dr. Eu
gene Pendleton, of Hartford; John
E. Pendleton, of Kansas, and Char
les M. endleton, of Miami, Florida.
Funeral services were conducted
at tho family residence, Saturday
afternoon, by Rev. R. D. Bennett, af
ter which tho remains were laid to
rest in Oakwood cemetery.
Wo Join the many friends of tho
family In extending our deepest
.sympathy to the bereaved. ones.
"A TRIBUTE OF LOVE."
Mrs. Mory Pendleton Taylor is no
,more; her departure was calm and
sweet as befit the passing of one so
gentle, yet so brave. She realized
that her going away would be sudden
yet she radiated sunshine and happi
ness, loving and being loved as only
one so richly endowed by nature can
Mrs. Taylor was a woman of bril
liant Intellect, cultivated by years of
demotion to the best in literature and
art. Sho was passionately fond of
music and her familiarity with the
classic and modern schools was
Until her health becamo Impaired
sho was one of the leading lights of
the Woman's Club. Yet as wife,
mother, sister, neighbor, filend, was
tho wealth of that generous heait
nvlshed in unstinted love. Her kind
ness of heart wa3 proverbial, she was
never known to say an unkind wonl,
but a smilo and kind Word from her
has often brought comfort and cour
age to an aching heart.
She lives in the hearts of those
who loved her. wonderful
legacy she bequeathes to thoso she)
leaves behind legacy of sunny
smiles, legacy of kiud words, legacy
of noblo deeds, legacy of tender and
Adieu! dear friend, until we meet
MARY PEXDLETOX TAYLOR
How can tho sun shine or the
birds sing, when sho is dead. Sure- peace tieaty terms, while tho Rus
ly tho birds and flowers sho lovod slan and Scandinavian sympathizer
so much know that she is gone from will vote their sentiments on tho
us, but she believed that "Whatov-'j Russian and Polish sltution.
er is 13 right" and would hnvo cheer "The United Sttes, for the first
fully given up her life at any time time in its life, will be controlled In
for her loved ones at homo, Cheer- J Its elections, and in tis next national
fulness and kindness were her officials, by voters of foreigu birth
characteristic virtues, but then sho j or foreign blood, who will bo lndlf
had so many.. People in all walks I ferent to tho needs or the welfaio
lot life went to her for sympathy and
comfort, and her unfailing klndiis cnto or resent the treatment they
was always ready. A deep thinker. ' imagine or feel has been tho fate of
and with hor wide reading and clear ' foreign fathoi lands under our In
mlnd, she mfght have shown in fluence, In the world peace treaty.
broader circles, but sho chose to la
vish it all on home and friends We
miss hor so.
Why she should have been taken
when sho was so loved aud needed
and had so much to make her happy,
wo cannot sen, but He who lioldu
us' in tho hollow of his hand, Ho
dooth all things woll.
JV LIFELONG FRIEND.
FAMOUS KENTUCKY AUTHORS
GRADUATES OF TRANSYLVANIA
James Lano Allen, whoso "Choir
Iurlslblo" and other books havo
boon road by hundreds ot thousands
of Amerlcatis, und John Fox Jr.,
whoso "Ltttla Shepherd of Kingdom
Como" and "Trail ot the Lonosoiuo
Pinn" sravo tho world a. true coupon
in .r. itft in i.a ir.,,,,nf4. ihahm.
, null Wll llio ill vun IVUIJVU,IV lliuuil-
.tains, both woie gmduutes ot Trans-
Wagons, Rockers, Chairs. Dolls
and Vases (or the children at
SftS FIVE PARTIES
OUT FOR PRESIDENT
Ex-Senator Lewis Predicts Elec
tion Will Qo To House .
Former United States Senator
James Hamilton Lewis, of Illinois,
foresees a five-cornered fight for the
Presidency, acqording to a statement
he Issued recently.
Some months ago In Washington
Mr. Lewis Issued a prophecy in
which he predicted that next year
there would be four political par
tics in the field. Since that ttmo
there has been Inaugurated a move
ment for a labor party, and more
recently a proposal for the forma
tion of a new party by the Comma
tee of Foity-eight.
"The country will have five m
tional parties, with five candidates
for President Republican, Demo
crat, Socialist, Labor and Liberal,"
said Mr. Lewis yesterday 'Tho
last two will contain many farmers
local political organizations of the
West and Southwest. The result
of tho next election will be s0 uncer
tain as to throw the Presidency into
the House of Representative? fov
decision another Hayes-Tildfu 1S
76 contest, without its political
"The sprouts of political candi
dates now up and' out," ho says,
"will be withered fiom winter fold
long before next June's conventions.
The open house of all conventions
means that new men will be brought
forth ns nominees some of them
not now named In the West. New
York 'has McAdoo and Lansing on
the tongue as heirs to Wilson, whilo
Lewis Nixon and James W. Gerard
aro the Suggestions for Vice Presi
dent of the nominee is picked from
"Attorney General Palmer and
Herbert Hoover are most spoken of
after leaving New York, until the
Middle West is reached. There is a
quiet movement in the Middle West
to put Vice President Marshall in
the first place, as a compromise, to
avoid conflict in tho Dsaiccratlc con
vention. "The Republicans will be domi
nated by the expressions at the prl
marls to be held from now on to
May in eleven big States. The Amer
ican people will see the first South
erner on both tickets since the Civ
The one .solemn tact, legieua-
hie to. have to bo admitted. Is that
the next election for President. Vico
President and Congressmen is to bo
decided by voter on issues tnat navn
to do only with every other country
than the United States. A laiga
poitlon of our IrUh votes will be
"last as the Interest ot Ireland over
England suggests. The Italians will
vote to vindicate tho claim to Fiume,
the Greeks to get Thrace, the German-American
voter to resent tho
'of this, land In their zeal to vindl-
"It is this that makes the futuio
strange and daugerous."
KENTUCKY WAR HERO
WILL RETURN TO FRANCE
Washington, Dec. 22. Willlo
Sandlln, Hydon, Leslie County,
whoso record In the war Is second
only to that of Sergt. Alvln York, Is
going back to France.
Through efforts of Roprosontatho
J, M. Robslon, Sandllu has obtained
a position with tho Government to
go to Franco In connection witli
work of removing tho American
dead burled on tho battlefields.
Santllln, who wears tour mednla, -will
arrive in Washington from
Frankfort, whoro ho has been en-
' frti.t',f1 in u'nrlr with Mm Iviintiirlrv
n('a" " ... ...... ----- ..-...- -
Illiteracy Commission. Ho will sail
Our line ot dolls and toys Is com-
plete, Call and; see them.
OH'O COUNTY DRUG CO ' Incor-
t?x 52o;?oj,3 jM:r.iTA
'-"hm v iStf 5-? $iiW "N ,r