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Telephones ! Among those who attended the
Farmers Mutual "I Democratic Mass Convention here
Cumberland .... ...... .30 L p Tanner and
in these days when party lines'- w"BOn' Owensboro; Glover
are more loosely drawn than they Cary. Calhoun; A. B Grant,
were a generation ago, It is no un- Shreve; Thomas S. Bo.well, Nar
common thing to bear a man ac- ": w.m- s"ru,e' D,,n(,Iee:tE- F
claim himself as an "independent" Gabh"t- Sunnydale; J. L. Patton,
or "non-partisan" In politics. It a R'P: R- B Canary. Fordsivlle; J.
private citizen with an acknowl- H. and Scott Ambrose. . Bartlett s;
edged refutation for veracity and Foster- Heflln! Alvln and Mack
piobity, so announces himself, one Centertown; Uriah Coppage,
las no reason to doubt hi. sinceri- Narrows, R. F. D. No. 2; L.L. For
ty or good. aith. But when an Hefli: Be-W- Tay'or' BeU s
office-holder office-seeker begins A B". Tichenor, Centertown;
to Herald himself abroad as Inde- A- p- EoswelU and H. C. Acton,
n.n,i,nt nr nnn.nartisan. it behooves Dundee; J. C Lawi-ence, Center-
tl.c oters to closely c-rut;n:ze II:-.
motives of the self-styled "expon-'
cuts of high moral ideas." If a man
chants from Democrat to Republi-
A,n on mWTle." another varietv
of "principle" might reverse the
process. Our district Judicial chame-
leon recently seemed to be threaten-
ed with such a metamorphosis, but
the process -was checked in some
way and he has become a violent
"lambaster" oX , Democrats and all
things Democratic. He even went
ilown on record at Frankfort last
week as a REPUBLICAN candidate. J
The old gentleman is getting back
to 'normalcy." His defeat in Nov-
ember will complete the job.
The Democratic Convention held (
here Monday was one of the most
Ku.resstul ever held by the party j
in this county. The attendance was
r-henomenal and the enthuslatic j
spirit shown by the loyal party ,
workers in attendance was most en-
counting. The presence and parti-j
clpution of the ladies added the j
finishing touch of refinement an,
decorum to the deliberations. The
perfect harmony in evidence fore-
BbadowH a re-birth of Democratic '
activity in the county, which will
surely lead to ultimate victory. The
Convolution recommended a ticket
made up of good, clean, competent
men. If they are the party's rep-
reeentative in the final election, ;
tlicy will lie worthy the suffrage of
all citizens of the county who are ,
uefrkin:; an honest, economical, business-like
administration pf public
affairs!. They, together with the
caudidate for Phei lff, to be selected ,
In the primary, will probably be
ducted ii ml will most certainly
nmke good in their various official
That notorious- campaign crier,
"Tlmbuctoo Ed Morrow" has tare
cooked up a pretty kettle of flh,
for himself, his purty and his btate.
In the case nfvhls tct-eut pardon' of
the Imndlt, flluir, who had served
only about half hi sentence and
was wanted by tbe Federal au
thorities, our much heralded "Re
form Governor" ha been "caught
with the goods," a It were, and
like a schoolboy detected In some
misdeed, Is trying to cry and prom
ise blmtelf out of deserved rebuke
and runisbment. Most unfortunate
for the man who promised such
great thing in the way of prison re
form during hi candidacy for Gov
ernor. HI plaint Is near-pathetic:
"I have made a mistake. ' I
am sorry. I shall not make the
same mistake again." W honor the
Governor for being manly enough
to admit his error; w trusj he has
really learned bis lesson. But his
sorrow cannot lessen tbe scandal of
tb occurrence or efface the blot It
ts put on the fair nam of
'ucky. When lawlessness Is rimp-
.Dt, iUCB eicutiv creiesnes i
extending clemency i is most dis
couraging to the enforcer of the
law. Let us hope the Governor Is
"cured," but bis excuse is childish.
The man who was to redeem Ken
tuck' by bis political wisdom and
statesmanship, ought to know bet
ter than to grant the request of one
of the fading "practical politicians'
of bis phrty In tb State, tor a par
don for a convict about whom he,
(Morrow) knew nothing. The Exe
cutive, Is right, one must depend
upon his friends, but his depend
ence should not be blind. The mere
fact 'that Maurice Galvin, Republi
can State Central Committeeman,
Interested himself in Blair's
CSiMt 0Ught to have been enough to
Governor on his guard.
tut ' the Governor on his guard
Such a request from such a source
has always a sinister look. ' This
matter ought to be fully Investiga-
te: an(i the "'nigger In the woodpile'
.-,,,,, Thn and then onlv
will the public accept the Govern
'or' promises at their full value.
Unfortunately there are some who
got- so used to his shedding of croco
dile tears In the last campaign, that
they are prone to suspect that'he
has got the habit and is trying' to
turn their shedding to personal
ends. Perhaps this one of the
"heft minds" has decided that s.toh
lacrimose wails are a sort of gen
eral panacea agaln'sl all :n H's of
town; J. L. Brown and son, Rock-
W Mack Porter- Eeaver DamS-W-
P. Bennett. Wysox; H. B. Martin,
Centertown; Jeff Barnett. Reynolds;
E. F. Cook. Dundee; J. C. Magan.
Dundee; Urey Howard and Henry
RalPn! Lon Barnard, Ceralvo
Henry S. Barnes and Ben Patterson, j
Prentiss; Ert Fulkerson, Matanzas; ;
Albert Cox. Sunnydale; G. S. Hol-
. Heflin; Tlewton R. Baize.,
Fordsville; Hiram Whitescarver.
-rt V TIT TJ Ta 11 t)anA
R- c- HlSON
R- G- Hudson dled at hli
home near Buford Wednesday morn-
lng at six o'clock. Mr. Hudson was
past the ripe old age of seventy
years. He had been' in failing
health for the .past few months and
bis death " while expected, wa a
great blow to his family and hi
great host of friends throughout,
the county. He was one of Ohio
County's best and mo3t substantial
"itizen. iHis loss will be Keenly
felt not only In this community but
throughout the entire county. He
was widely known and bis friends
were numbered by all of those peo
ple who were fortunatee nough to
know him. He was born and rear-
ed in the county and has been a con
sistent member of Mt. Carmel Bap-
tist church since early youth.
Purial services were held at Mt.
Carmel church yesterday morning
t eleven o'clock. The remain were
Interred la the cemetery nearby.
Mr. Hudson is "Survived by hi
wife. Mrs. Sallle Bell Hudson and
three children, John and Noble Hud
son, and Mrs. Worth Wade. He
leaves several brothers, one ot
whom is a resident of this place,
Mr. C. A. Hudson. He was a brother-in-law
of Mr. J. C. Riley of this
place, and Mr, I. P. Barnard of
W extcad to the relative and
many friend 'of Mr. Hudson our
heart-felt sorrow for their losa of a
kind and helpful father and friend
has been the loss of alt.'
MRS. M.CRAOKEN ENTERTAINS
On Wednesday afternopn June
15, Mrs, M. L. McCracken very de
lightfully entertained the Ladie So
cial Club, at her borne on Walnut
Rtreet. 8he was assisted in receiv
ing by Mrs. Claud Blankenshlp. A
number ot enjoyable games ot Rook
were played after which al delicious
1urici wa served. Tbe guests were
Mesdanmes. F. L. Felix, Rowan Hol
brook, E. G. Barrass. A. C. Porter,
J. f. Glenn, Henderson Murphree,
Darrell Sulllnger," E. E. Birkhead,
R. T: Collins, O. C. Martin. Mr.
Bell Cooper, Misses Lettle Marks,
Myrtle Maddox. Leila Glenn, Mar
Ken-'garet Mark aad Mary Marks.
LOCAL DASHES, O
. O ' t O O tf O U
Mrs. A. D. Busklll returned from
Hodgenvllle Thursday where she
had been visiting Mrs. Leland Smith
and left that night for her bom In
Houston, Texas, having been called
horn by the sudden illness of her
Mr. Clarence Field, of New Or
leans; spent last Wednesday- and
Thursday with his aunt, Mis Mary
Rowe, of thl city. H wai enroute
home from a business mission In the
North. Mr. Fields bold a most re
sponsible position as Assistant to
the President of the Southern ai
fic Railroad. Clarence' many l0'
cal friend were indeed glad to set
Harland H. Barnes formerly of
Beaver Dam, but now living In New
Philadelphia, Ohio appeared in
"The Follie of 1821" staged at the
Union Opera House, New Philadel
phia, Ohio, June 15 and 16. The
new Show was a combination Min
eral and Musical. Mr. Barnes
has bad six weeks' training under
Director Cline of the E. B. Hutchi
son Fraternal Producing Company
Tne following Democrat have
filed their Notification and Declara
tion entitling them to go on the
ballot, as candidates at the August
primary: Jailer, Newton R. Baize,
Fordsville; Tax Commissioner,
Clarence Patton, Bartletts; Magis
trates 3rd. District, C. B. Patterson;
4th. Dlstrict,""T. J. Barnett, R. B.
Canary and Willie Harl; 5th. Dis
trict, J. H. Ambrose, Ira Moseley, G.
S. Holbrook, and O. C. Magan. 6th.
District, E. F. Cook. .
Mr. Otis Howard spent tew
days here last week with bis par
ents. Mr. and Mrs- C. B. Howard.
Oti has Just graduated from the
State University as a mechanical En
gineer. .He left Monday for the
Great Lakes Training Station where
he will take hi Tegular annual
training as a member of the Naval
Reserve, after which he fwlll go to
Cleveland, Ohio, where he has ac
cepted employment with the. Bailey
Mrs, Lucy A. Klein, sontGeorge
L. Klein and the latter' daughter,
Miss Marie, all of Qulncy, 111., were
in Hartford several day thi week,
visiting old friend and neighbors.
They were welcome visitors at the
Herald office, where Mrs. Klein'
son, Lawton, formerly wa employ
ed. Mr. George L. Klein 1 the
head of a large advertising novelty
company at Quincy. The Klein are
most pleasantly remembered by
their many friend here, who were
indeed tflad to meet and greet them
again. " " '.
BY FIRE; DWELL
Shortly after six o'clock Monday
evening, a three room combination
meat house and coal house about
four feet to the rear of the resi
dence of Mrs. M. J. Ross, in thl
city, became iRnited and the fire
alarm was given. A Is usual with
Hartford citizens, everyone In hear
ing responded to the call and
through hard and heroic work suc
ceeded in preventing the dwelling
from being consumed.
As In tome preceding instance
there wa no water In the cityjreser
vior. and the hose connections were
rendered useless making It nee
essary for the water to be carried
from nearby well In bucket.
Thl occasion very strongly ub
tantiated the proof that Hartford
ha tbe most prompt and berot
firefighters In the state.
Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. & A.
M., was the host Monday night of It
ward. Mis Katie Lee Lloyd. After
routine business, tbe lodge held, an
open session for the Mason te)
their v families from the various
lodge of tbe, county. Thi meet
ing was beld for the purre of giv
ing the Oljlo County Mason an op
portunity to meet the young lady
they have (elected as tb benefici
ary of their largess and Mis Lloid
an opportunity to receive their
greeting and good wishes In person.
Upon ber arrival , in Hartford she
wa met by a delegation of Masons
and their wives, given a hearty wel
come and entertainment. Tbe meet
ing in her honor wa held at Q lo
cal Lodge Hall and wa under the
direction of Brother A. C. Porter,
Master of Hartford Lodge. Th pre
grant wa preceded by "an Invoc.
tlon by Brother Russell ' Walker,
Pastor ot Hartford Baptist Church.
The first number wa ; a song In
which all present Joined. Solo
were also sung by Mr. Otto C
Martin and Brother ; George Jone.
Mis .Margaret Nail being the organ
ist. Mis Lloyd wa then Introduced
by the Master and made . a most
winning talk. - Entertaining im
promptu talk were alio made by
Brotbera E. . A. Barnard, Ceralvo;
A. B. Tichenor, Point Pleasant; Rer.
W. 8. Buckner, Fordavllle; Ozna
Shultx, Otto C. Martin and C M.
Crowe, Hartford:, and Meidame.
Ernest Taylor, Beaver Dam, and
Fred Compton. Whltesvllle. Re
freshment added to the pleasure of
tbe occasion. A. letter ot commenda
tlon from Mis Lloyd' teacher wl)l
be found In another column.
Hartford Lodge will meet In call
communication tonlgnt for tbe pur
pose of putting on work in the
Cromwell Lodge bad large and
enthusiastic meeting last Saturday
night. Four candidate received
the Master Mason degree. Re
freshment were served and a large
crowd wa present, fifteen lodgse
being represented.-. Among those
attending from Hartford were:
Judge Mack Cook, Ray ,Cook. A. C.
Porter, O. C. Martin, Alfred Stewart
C. M. Crowe, W. F. Scbapmlre and
The Order of tbe Eastern Star
held a social at Dundee last Satur
day night. Refreshment were wir
ed and an enjoyable program wa
rendered. A large crowd wa in at
tendance.'' C. B. CARDEN ANNOUNCES
FOR OFFICE OF SHERIFF
In thi week' Issue will be found
the announcement of Mr. C. B. Car
den, a' candidate for Sheriff of Ohio
County, subject to tbe action of the
Democratic party in the primary
election, Aug. 6, 1921.
Mr. Carden was born and reared
in the Fordsville vicinity of this
county and lived,ln and near Fords
ville until about three year ago,
when he came to Hartford, where
he now resides. He 1 really and
truly a self made 'man, having be
gun bis business career with practi
cally no finances and by close atten
tion to bis work made a success
of every business enterprise in
which he ha been engaged. As far
mer, stockman, miller and merchant
he has shown strong'abllity as a
manager. His character Is above
reproach. .- 1
If nominated, Mr. Carden will
carry the Democratic banner to victory-
LARGE 1MPLIMEXT WARE
HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE
A large implement warehouse end
most ot its contents belonging to
Luther Chinn, Beaver Dam, wa de
stroyed by fire of unknown origin,
June 15. The content consisted of
cultivators, 1 manure spreader,
plows and other farming machinery.
The loss Is estimated at $4000.00,
partly covered by insurance.
Riveting Quickly Don. ,
An electric beater for rivets,' de
Igned to take two rivet at a time,
momentarily breaks the circuit throngh
the second rivet when the hot one I
withdrawn. The heat la diffused while
av cold rivet I being Inserted, and
U8 the heating I made more uniform
when the circuit I again completed,
Tbe shank are bented very evenly
throughout their length, the heart
of larger dlumeter reaching not quite
so high a temperature. Current I
supplied from a shell-type transform
er only while rivets are being heated,
and a switch give voltage control to
adjust tbe beat for different size.
Rivet up to five Incbe In length are
taken without adjustment. The ra
pacity of the beater Is 73 pounds per
hour, and In conttnoon operation
from three to Ave pound of rivet
can tto heated for each kilowatt-hour
ot anctgy onsumed,
America' Battl Crle.
A waver in tbe Mew York Evening
Boat MaUlntT tbe vjuriooo battle crle
that hav urged forward our aimlea
to th war In which omr nation ha
been enoaged, cay that In the Revo
lution the Cry waa, "Mo taxatton with
out representation f" In tbe War of
1812, "Free trad and sailors' right;"
In the Mexican War, "Remember tbe
Alamo;" in tb Civil war, on th
Union tide, "On to Richmond," on tb
Confederate side, "On to Washing
ton ;" In tb Spanish war, "Remember
the Main;" in the recent World war,
"Make tbe world af for democracy.1
. Radio Control for Alrplan,
Tber can be doubt that If tb war
had lasted ,a few mouth longer w
would have wltneed the leading ar
mle employing great fleet at air
plane controlled by radio mean. Th
United State army had progrewed
pretty far along thl lin when tb
armistice wa declared. Th hanie
can be ald for Germany, Now we
learn that tb French have demon
strated that flv or six small and In
expensive bombing plane, without pi
lot, ran be successfully guided by
"altet'kerd" In a. larger pintle through
th ntaan of Hertxlaa wsvm, Kvieuti
nc Auiurlcuu. ,
We have bought this space for one
s year, and willbe to see
you every week. ' v
We have been in business for thirty
years and have never sold "
, . '
So the ladies and childf en may still
come to our. store with the full as
surance they will not be going into a
Watch this space for Big Bargain
JAHES H. WILLI AHS,
GIVEN WM. J. WHITE
Forty-nine year ago, Francl M.
White, who died 15 year ago, sold
bis farm lying between Centertown
and Ceralvo and moved to Daviess
County. ' Hi son, Win. J. (Billy)
was then 13 years of age. A host
of Ohio County friend and kin
were left, whom Bill visited per
iodically for ten or twelve years,
until he went to Louisville in 1887.
He next went to Paducah in 1893.
where he has made his borne ever
since. His last visit to Orjlo Coun
ty was 26 year ago. Recently be
wrote to a cousin, Francis M. Hef
lin, that he would arrive In Center
town on a business trip, Saturday,
June 11, apd would like to meet
as many old friends and kin on
Sunday as possible. The word was
passed around by 'phone, and ar
rangements were made to meet at
noon. Sunday in Dr. Mort Warden'
grove with lunch baskets, tubs ot
lemonade, etc. .
When Mr. White arrived ,ten
minutes past noon he wa met and
greeted by the following people: L.
B. Loney, Mr. and Mr. Jas. L,
Heflin and ,Hobrt, Shatter, Mon
roe and Claron Heflin; Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Ashby; Lee Hill and
wife; Mr. Josie Williams; 'Geo. Car
son; Mr. and Mr. Bob Pate; Henrv
Bishop, Joe Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Everley: Misses Mary E. and
Winona Everley, Noble R. and Wm
Pershing Everley, Milton Park, Wm.
Schneider, Mr. and Mr. Perry Bol
ton, Chester, Lando and Owen Bol
ton, Mr .and Mrs. Johnson Heflin
Mis Lorlne Heflin, Guy, Cleve and
Tom Heflin, Mr. and Mr. Harve
Hill. Ellen and 8. B. Hill, and Mr.
Archie Brown. Mr. and Mr. A. L.
Taylor. Mrs.,Floddle William, Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Wilson. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank M. Heflin, Miss Ada
Heflin, Wm. B. Heflin, Mr. Una
Pate, Mr. and Mr. Gid D. Heflin,
Mary Ramie. Eddie. Cllde and Ar
vln Heflin, Misses Vetra and Violet
Heflin, Mr. and Mrs. Finis Rowe,
John Overton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Iron In Cool Comfort!
Solid Brass, Iron and Steel
construction. Fully guar
anteed. Over 1,000,000
now In use.
Our repreentativ will b glad to bow you how imply thi
iron ' operates also' tell you how little It costs, If you will -drop
a card or "phone. " .. ' ...
. THE MONITOR SAD IRON CO. 1
H. D. ESTE$; Geueral Agent, V , Hartford, Ky.
M. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Ben
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Alney Tichenor,
Powell Tichenor, Mrs. Mary Tich
enor, Mrs. Josephine Bishop, Arvil
Bishop, Oggle Ashby, J. C. Ashby,
Marvin Carlisle, Mr. and Mr. Clyde
Roark, Warren T. Roark, Mr. Lucy
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. Igle-
heart, Ben H. Mdntyre, Elzie T.
Bishop, Mrs. Alice M., Faught and
daughter, Juanlta, and Mrs. Flor
ence V. Park.
The Centertown brass band, com
posed of Sara Hill, Clark Everley,
Noble Everley, Marvin Carlisle.
Clyde Roark, Roy Bishop, Harve-
Hill, Owen Bolton and Lee Hill, waa
present and rendered several ap
propriate selection to the assembly
of almost 100 people.
Mr. Billy White was besieged for
an address to his friends and kins
folk, which he gave after struggllng-
efforts to overcome his emotions. .
It was a Joyful afternoon for J1
and Billy White, as they art know-
him, was the happiest, if possible,
of the large crowd. Contributed.
. vvnne attempting to clear away
a large amount of slate which bad
fallen in the Broadway Coal Co.1
mines, last Saturday evening, Mine
Superintendent, L. D. Gandy, re
ceived injuries to his back and;
spine, when the slate broke in two
and a large piece fell on him. He
was Immediately sent to St. An
thony' Hospital, Louisville, Ky.,
and it 1 reported that his condition
The County Clerk' record how
that permit were Issued' last week
to Jesse Rucker, alia "Whistling
Jack Collins" to wed Roaa Vlck,
and to John J. Jone to wad Nettle
Vlck. Tbe boy are well known in
Haytl and Hartford and are good!
colored citizen. Tbe bride are
sisters, daughter ot Alex Vlck, ot
Change Ironing Day
Drudgery to pleasure by us
MONITOR SAD IRON
It will save you walking
to and fro from stove to
Ironing , board, changing
Irons, shifting handle and
keeping up a raging hoi
fire. It will cut down your
fuel bill and do BETTER
WORK In LESS TIME with
LESS EFFORT. The heat
1 regulated instantly cost
les than two cent to do an
ordinary Ironing. '