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Farmers. Mutual 73
The Claim that the Re
publican t Administration has caus
ed the , slightly reduced cost of
Ining hardly dt serves reply. A:iv
wcll-inf:.iel inHn knows that tbe
trireme h.jrn cc-st of living oud
high wages ol the last three years
wore due to war conditions. The
Vpproach of peace affected both,
but not equally. The failure of the
Republican party to permit the rati
fication of the peace treaty left the
producers of this country without
an adequate outlet for their prod
ucts both manufactured and agri
cultural. The industries of the coun
try having no substitute for the in
flated volume of business of war
time:, necessarily reduced wages.
Merchants, having stocks purchased
at war prices, were slow in reduc
ing retail prices and at the same
time the burden of taxation was in
creased by the Republican Congress.
The laboring man has had greater
drains on hi purse and lets to pay
with. This Is the Binij.le, logical ex
planation of the "Hard Times" we
undoubtedly have today. Congres
sional inactivity or failure and that
alone have caused a change from
prosperity to business depression.
The ratification of a real peace
treaty nrd a half-dozen remedial
pieces of legislation by Congress
could restore us to our deserved
Of all' the "machine-made and
hand-picked" tickets recently put
before the public, the slate nomi
nated by, the Republicans of Louis
ville and Jefferson County a few
days ago! takes the prize. The rank
anil fie ,of the Republican party in
that bailiwick had as much to do
with relecting the candidates as did
tfc- Socialists of MtHenry precinct,
Ohio. County. As the local Republi-
caa, eriaa said la regard to the
toftal Democratic convention, "of
course it's none of our business.
but it just reminds us, &c." It all
depends upon whose ox is gored.
The appointment of Ex-President
William H. Taft, as Chief Justice
Of the United States Supreme Court,
meets with the approval of all who
are familiar with hia character and
attainments, irrespective of party
affiliations. Justice Taft is naturally
of a Judicial temperament and is a
lawyer of the highent ability. Af
ter such a wide experience In public
life we predict for him a most dis
tinguished .career as the bead of our
highest court. , ,
i We Winn to extend to the force of
the Hartford Republican our most
sincere thanks for their assistance
in getting out last week's Herald,
when we were faced by a pressing
emergeVcy due to the Illness of sev
eral of our force and their families.
We appreciate the good spirit shown
and nnder similar circumstances we
will be glad to reciprocate, at la the
practice of the two local papers.
MRH. MORTON ENTERTAINS
Mrs. E. M. Morton, of Centertown
entertained the Missionary Soc,
with a delightful porch party
day afternoon. Mrs. O. K. Rowe, of
Louisville, ' was among the visitors.
The puzck was attractive in its cUco.
ratlea of , pot plast and -garden
fiomnn.' "At the ualuutA oJ joe
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For years, prices were unsettled, so that one never knew today what prices would be to
morrow. No injury was done so long as we were sure that prices would always be higher
the next time, but it was most perplexing for us and for you when we had to worry each
time we went to buy goods, as to how soon prices' would go down and we would have paid
too much for the goods. , ; . , . - :
We have reached the happy time when Prices Are Staple Again. We, as merchants,
may now buy goods on the market with considerable assurance that there will benoimmediate
or large reductions from the prices we have paid. So also you, when you come to the store
to buy things, may have perfect assurance that prices will not be lower in a few days
except, as is always the case in storekeeping, must always be the case, that prices must be cut
on odd lots that are being cleared out of stock, for good merchandising reasons. - -
Right now we are BACK TO NORMALCY. Prices are reasonable and fair on
practically all lines of goods, and right now, in this store, many special offerings are being
made, at prices much lower than they will be when a new season opens and regular prices'
be paid again. .
That is the kind of storekeeping we likethe kind that will be so much greater satisfac
tion to you, every time you have goods to buyand especially right now. Come and see
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO Where Courtesy Reigns KENTUCKY
program a delicious ice course was
served. '- The subject discussed was
MliS. KIRK ENTERTAINS
LADIEH' KOCIAL CLUB
RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH
OF MRS. ROY F. KEOWN
Mrs. A. D. Kirk entertained the
Ladies' Social Club at her borne on
Union street, Wednesday after
noon, at progressive rook. At the
conclusion of the games delicious
salads and icea were served. Those
present were: .
Mesdames. A. C. Porter, J. S.
Glenn, E. 5. Barrass, F. L. Felix,
R. E. Lee Simmerman, Darrell Sul
lenger, M. L. McCracken, W. C.
Blankenship, E. E. Blrkhead. R. T.
Collins, J. B. Tappan, Clarence
Igleheart, Z. H. Shultx, Belle Coop
er, city, and Geo. W. Brunton, of
Memphis, Tenn., Misses Lettle
Marks, Clime Felix, Elizabeth
Moore, Winnie Simmerman and Ma
. MISS MOORE ENTERTAINS .
Resolutions of Hartford Review
No. 42, on the death of Ina Mae
Whereas, Hartford Review No.
43 has learned with deep sorrow of
the sad and unexpected death on
June 25, 1921, of our beloved Sis
ter, Ina Mae Keown, a member of
Miss Elizabeth Moore entertained
the Black Cat Club at ber home on
I'nion Street last Saturday after
noon In honor of ber guests, Misses
Eunice Shultx and 'Eula Wooeiey, of
Narrows. A number of games of
Five Hundred were played after
which dainty refreshments were
served. Those enjoying Miss Moore's
hospitality, In addition to ber bouse
guests, were Mesdames. Henderson
Murphree. A. D. Kirk, E. G. Bar
rass, Q. R. Wooten, D. B. Sullen
ger and John P. Taylor; Misses An
na Rhea Carson, . Mattye Duke-,
Cliffie Felix, Norlne Barnett, Mary
Marks, Hula King, and Winnie
Davis Simmerman. Miss Moore was
assisted la receiving by ber sister,
tU Hertford. Htrald, 91.80 the year'
I this Review.
Therefore, be it resolved, tbat
; this Review extends to ber bereaved
I husband and relatives the sincere
; sympathy and condolence of our
Membership. Tbat we commend her
cheerfulness and steadfast devotion
jas worthy of emulation by her sis
ters in tne Lodge. sue was faith
ful and true, constant in service, al
ways anxtous to assist one In need.
As a wife she was tender and kind,
aa a mother and woman, she was of
the purest type. Realizing the
deep sorrow which death brought to
her loved ones at borne and within
this Review, we would offer for
their consolation and for our grati
fication the consoling thought that
she met the duties of life 'bravely,
bore her afflictions with Christian
fortitude and whed the last roll was
called she was' ready tot (be sum
mons. Resolved further that a copy of
these resolutions be spread upon the
records of this Review, copy fur
nished to .the husband of our
deceased sister and to each of the
County' papers tor publication. ,
' This June 27, 1921.
, OLLIE BARNETT,
. SUE YEISER. '
Mrs. Lyman O. "Barrett, who baa
bees quite in for several daya, is
values from $1.00 to $2.00,
all going fpr
If you are in need of any
Cooking Utensils you' can
get your money's worth in
' Dr. D. H. Godsey, Democratic
candidate for Representative ef
Ohio County, and son, Ural, ot Nar
rows, were pleasant callers at tbii
office, Tuesday. i
Hartford Herald, 91.9 tba year.
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I or one of my deputies will be 19
our office July 1st for tbe purpose ot
assessing tbe property ot tbe coun
ty. You will please furnish us wltk
a complete' list ot all. your taxable '
property with a value of 100 per cent.
V Yours respectfully,
I-tl D: E. WARD. Tax Com'r.