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THE HARTFORD HERALD
A GOOD FRIEND
x A good "friend standi by you when
In need. Hartford people tell how
Doan's Kidney Pllle hate stood the
test. Mlss Emma E. Park, of Wash
ington St., endorsed Doan's four
years ago and again confirms: he
story. - Could you ask for mora con
"I can certainly praise Doan's Kid'
ney Pills because they are an excel
lent kidney remedy," says Miss Park
I suffered with a dull backache and
dizziness. Black spots came beforeM
my eye and my kidneys didn't act
right. Mornings I got up feeling
tired and, worn out. I learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills through the
newspapers and started tfielr use.
This remedy did trie a lotof good
and I consider it excellent." (State
ment giTen Norember It, 1116.)
On January 26, 1921, Miss Park
said: "It is not often I feel the need
of Doan's Kidney Pills since I pub
licly endorsed them in 1916. When
T rtrt hava a Uttla tronhla with mv
I kidneys, a few Doan's never fail to
promptly cure me. I am glad at any
V 1 time to tell others about Doan's."
f ' Price 60 c, at all .dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
' that Miss Park had. Foster-Milburn
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COWPBAS ARE GOING UP Use
Campbell's hay heans and get - bet
ter bay and bigger yields 180 bu.
from 10 acres. Home grown; re
cleaned; sacks free; esceptionally
high germination tests; a bargain;
only a hundred or so bushels, left.
Phone or write '
f Hartford, Ky.
The Hartford Herald 11.50 the year
WANTEfi Men or Women to
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neighbors for the genuine guaran
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women and children. Eliminates
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spare time, or $36.00 a week for
full time.' Experience unnecessary.
Write International Stocking Mills,
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BIG DROP IN GALVANIZED WARE
No. 1 tubs, 75c
No. 2 tub . 85c
No. 3 tubs,...' $1.00
10 qt. palls, . .i , 30c
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Hartford, Ky. ' ;
removes the cause of disease through
natural channels. It la Indeed a
method eminently worthy of persist
ent trial, often succeeding waere otb
' er methods have not brought desired
results, and doing th'is without caus
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' Chiropractor" -
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Hours; by appointment.
;' DEMANOEO BY EDITOR
Time To Reveal Plan For Asso
cialion, Hamilton Holt
New York, June-16. Hamilton
Holt, magazine editor, who headed
the delegation of Pro-League Republl
cans that called on former President
Wilson "during the last Presidential
camraign, today made public a letter
he had Written President Harding
asking him to explain to the Ameri
can people the terms of the Harding
association proposed to supplant the
League of Nations.
If you delay, much further people
everywhere will inevitably conclude
that you have no concrete plan at
all or else ' that you 'propose to put
party harmony above world welfare,"
declared Mr. Holt
"In that event there will be noth
ing left for those who want America"
to play her rightful part in stabilis
ing the world but to organize the
country so as to capture Congress
for the league in 1922 and the Presi
dency in 1924."
This, Mr. Holt asserted, could be
done. He declared that the League
of Nations and Bolshevism were the
only greatdeas that had come out
of the war as world panaceas and he
asked the President whether he could
guarantee that 'the world would not
turn to Bolshevism, if it came gener
ally to be believed that he had no
plan-at all for a substitute for the
Mr. Holt, a member of the League
to Enforce Peace took a hand in the
last Presidential campaign, by mak
ing public a list of 100 Republicans
who had bolted the Harding ranks..
. Own Followers Left In Doubt
The text of his letter follows:
"It ' is now six years that the
League of Nations issue has been be
fore the 'country. It is now two
years that you as Senator, Presi
dential candidate, President-elect and
President have had the League of
Nations issue officially before you
for action. v ', I
As Senator you . have voted to
have the United States enter the ex
isting League provided tfie Lndgt
amendments were made part of that
act of ratification. As Presideutlal
candidate you left thtt country and
even your own followers in doubt as
to your attitude. Tbirty-one pre
eminent Republicans among Awhom
were your Secretary of State, Mr.
Hughes, and your Secretary of Com
merce, Mr. Hoover assured their
fellow countrymen that you would go
into the existing League. Senators
Borah and Johnson and the other
lrreconcilables' assured, them you
'As President-elect you did ' not
see fit to disclose your attitude on
the League beyond what you had
said, during the campaign. Both the
'thirty-one' and the 'lrreconcilables'
claimed you fer their own.
- "As President, however,, you have
unequivocally repudiated the exist
ing League of Nations, whose area
comprises considerably . more than
half the earth and whose population
numbers three-quarters of the hu
man race. You even permitted with
out rebuke your Ambassador at the
Court of St. James to say that you
will have nothing to do with any
'commission or committee appointed
by the League or responsible to it,
directly or indirectly, , openly or
furtively.' ' 1 . . .
"You have, nevertheless, as Presi
dential candidate, repeatedly promi
sed, during the campaign and as-l
President you have reiterated that
promise, that you will seek to estab
lish 'an association of- nations bajied
upon the application of Justice and
right, binding ua In conference and
co-operation for ; the prevention of
war and pointing the way to a higher
civilization and international fraternl
ty in which all the world might
"You have not yet given the Amer
ican people the slightest Inkling of
the terms of this Harding association
that you propose shall supplant the
Wilson league. Has not the tjme
eoma, I respectfully ask, for you to
do thist v .. ' . ,
' "Surely you cannot expett the,
forty-eight members of the present
league to sdrap it and come into
your association unless two things
are perfectly clean
"First, that the new association is
substantially as good as or better
thai the existing league, and.
"Second, that this time a proposal
of a President! the United States
will have' the permanent and over
whelming support of the American
people. . '
"You are statesman of sufficient
experience to know that our people
w:fl not support your association
i no uiAtier, bow excellent without
the fullest preliminary discussion
Eventa of the last two years have
demonstrated . this. . You cannot,
therefore, hope to get public-opinion
behind your association Without tak
Ing your countrymen Into your con'
fldence." " ' ,
Democrat Could Block Plan
"Even if your ' own party were
completely united on the issue you
would still have to get some Demo-J
cratic support to assure the ratifica
tion of your association by two-thirds
of the Senate. As your party was the
one that first made the League a
party Issue the Democratic Senators
woild be only human now if tbey
turned the tables and also made your
association a paf'ty issue. They con
trol more than a third of the votes
in the Senate and they can block you
as you and your 'colleagues blocked
"If you expect to gain Democratic
support It is Incumbent upon you to
propose an association so concrete
and effective as to commend itself
to the enlightened sense of both
parties. Therefore, the quickeryou
take the American people into your
confidence the better.
."There Is another and even more
important reason why you should
disclose the details of your plan at
once. The world la on the brink of
revolution, fardine and pestilence.
The only two great ideas that have
come out ct this war as world pana
ceas are the League of Nations and,
bolshevlsm. If you repudiate the
existing League and delay too long
suggesting anything in its place you
Hrun the very real risk of making the
world believe you have no plan at
all and Jf that comes to be generally
believed can you guarantee that the
world will not turn to bolshevlsm.
"Mr. President, the time has come
for you to redeem your promises.
The country and the world have
waited long enough t know Just
what kind of an association of na
tions you have in mind. If you delay
much further people everywhere will
Inevitably conclde that either you
have no concrete plan at all or else
that you propose to put party har
mony above world welfare. In that
event there will be nothing left for
those who want America to jlay her
rightful part in stabilizing the world
but to organize the country so as to
capture Congress for the League In
1-942 and the Presidency in 1924.
This can be done, for the vast ma
jority of the Americanpeople Re
rublicans as well as Democrats
want the United States to enter some
sort of a league or association' with
enough tee,th in it' definitely to hast
en the day when, as- Victor Hugo
prophesied, the only battlefield will
be the market opening to convnenrce
and the mind opening tonewideas "
"Remember there are two sides
to every question. Get both. Be
truthful. Get the facts. Mistakes
are inevitable, but strive for accura
cy. I would rather have one story
exactly right than , a hundred half
wrong. ' '
"Be decent, be fair, be generous,
"Boost; don't knock. There's good
in everybody. Bring out the good.
Never needlessly hurt the feelings of
"In reporting political gatherings
give the facts. Tell the story as It
Is; not as you would like to have It.
Treat all parties alike. If there is
any politics to be played we will han
dle It In our editorial columns.
"Treat all religious matters
reverently. If It can possibly be
avoided never bring ignominy to an
innocent woman or child in telling
of the misdeeds or misfortune of aer was damaged by the late freezes
"Don't wait to be asked, but do It
without the asking.
"And, above all, be clean. Ne,ver
let a dirty word or a suggestive story
get Into type, I want this paper so
conducted that it can go into anyM92Q. Pasture in most sections av
home without destroying the inno-:erBe fa,r- Plowing, corn' plant-
cence of any child."
CONCERNING 1DIRTESV '
Treating a customer like a rich
uncle, so that you may extract his
coin, is not courtesy that's tore
Offering- a seat to the man who
enters your office is not courtesy i
Listening to t,he grumblina, growl
Ings and groanlngs of a bore with
out remonstrating is not courtesy
. Courtesy is doing that which noth
ing under the sun makes you do but !
from the heart; If the mind prompts;
tie action, there Is a reason; If there
be a reason, it i not courtesy, for
cburtetjr has' no reason. Courtesy
ia good will. .-'
. Only the generous man is truly
courteous he gives freely, without
a thought of receiving anything la
etyrn. Exchange. v
.Bartford Herald. CI 10 the year.
KKNTUCKY CROP RE-
I'OI'.T FOR JIXE 1921
Kentucky's wheat crop now prom
ises 7,607,000 bushels .ompar?.! to
a prospect May 1, 1921, for 7,851,
000 bushels, according t the June
crop report issued by the U. S. Bu
reau of Crop Estimates in coopera
tion with State Commissioner of Ag
riculture W. C. Hanna. The condi
tion of the state's wheat crop drop
ped from 93 percent May 1 to 87 on
June 1. Last year the condition
June 1 was 65 percent and the final
yield "lurned "but' 5,610,000 bushels,
while the 5-year average, 1915-19
inclusive, was 9,878,000 buBhels
which included the increased war
Oats are doing fairly well in most
counties, on a good acreage. The
condition is 84 percent of normal
and the acreage about 346,500, in
dicating a production of about 7,-
859,000 bus., compared to 8,225,-
0 90 bushels produced last year from '
350,000 acres which showed a con
dition of 90 percent June 1. 1920.
Rye condition is 91 percent 'Of
normal. With about 38,000 acres
in the state to be harvested for
grain . thia, indicates a production of
about 484,000 bus. compared to
480,000 bus. produced last year.
Barley acreage in Kentucky this
year is about 10 percent more than
in 1920, due chiefly to decreased
burley tobacco acreage. Most of the
barley In Kenlueky Is grown In the
centra!" Blue Grass counties. Con
dition of barley Is 94 percent of
noramlt Indicating a production of
about 127,000 bushels compared to
112,000 bushels last year.
Farmers In many counties report
their meadows are late and very
weedy, and much. of the young clov
condition or clover is 81 percent,
with the acreage about 3 percent
more than in 1920, due chiefly to
decreased tobacco acreage. Alfalfa
condition is 86 percent. The acre
age is about 4 percent more than
Ing and tobacco setting still being
done. j '
Apple prospects are very ppor In
most sections', the average ' being
about IS percent of a crop. Peaches
and pears are about 8 percent of a
crop. Truck crops are growing
well now, but melons we're severe-
, ly checked by cold weather late In
May Blackberries promise a good
crop in most parts of the state.
Tobacco: the -first report on to
bacco will be made early in July.
'The condition" of the crops In
Ohio County, based on. averages of
farmers' reports and expressed ast
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lows: Wheat, 88: Oats. 89:
(all kinds), 82; Pasture 81.
LOST Watch, silver case Elgin,
between Beaver Dam and Lee Tay
lor's residence - or between Beaver
Dam and my residence on Beaver
Dam and Sandefur'a Crossing road.
Return to nv and receive rewad.
L. T. HAMMONS
Leaver Dam, R. S.
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