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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Kentucky Farmers and Breeders!
V TJiis Important' Announcement is for You
The present is emphatically
a buyer's market that we
know just as you do. ' '
Nevertheless, we have plan
ned to go into it next month
as sellers. In furtherance of
our aim to improve the breed
of swine in Kentucky,
we announce a '
1 Judge Huston Qu!n, Republican
nominee for Mavor. la not going to
resign his place on the Court of Ap
peals bench while he Is prosecuting
his candidacy for the mayoralty this
fall. In a statement Issued by
Judge Qutn Just before his depart
ure for Virginia Beach. Va., where
he will spend three weeks' vacation.
He make clear his position in the
I matter. The statement follows:
j "Interested opposition to my can
didacy for Mayor of Louisville Is
pressing me to say whether, before
the November election, I Intend to
resign as, a Judge of the Court of
Appeals, which office I now hold.
"I do not contemplate such ac
tion. My course Is in accord with
what I think proper and is consist
ent with' the general practice of
candidates under similar circum
stances, and which hitherto has
passed without criticism by the
people and presumably has public
npproval. Many conspicuous in
stances of that character now come
! io my mind, and will be recalled by
jnny one acquainted with political
! "I shall not permit my candidacy
. v for Mayor of Louisville to interfere
bm uith the performance of anv nart
-ALL-YEAR. ROUND jon adequate funds for the organiza- on forever. Many of the brightest of my duties as Judge of the Court
POLITICAL PARTIES tion of the work on a comprehen- and best men from England's uni- pr Appeals, while 1 remain a mem
' slve scale. Then the Republican versities are attracted to permanent uer thereof.
Too frequently a political party Is party should follow suit by the or- government service. These men be- "I accepted the nomination of the
only a campaign organization, func- ganlzatlon of a research committee come experts in given fields. When Republican Party for Mayor of the
tioning feverishly while offices are under a capable director. crisis Impend In British politics, the cltV ot Louisville, in response to
being won, then falling Into a It would require a Senate and statesman can always touch the what was urged upon me as a call
patronage-gorged, slumber while House of supermen to deal intelll- buzzer and call to his side the 01 dutv- The 8aine People, in the
offices are being administered. The gently with all the problems that scholar who supplies the facts in the main- who elected me Judge of the
Diggestt problem ot our politics to- confront our legislators, if each case. This constant body of inform- Cmr: of Appeals are !o iy whether
day s . the discovery ot waya and legislator' were expected to unearth ed men is so vital a factor in British 1 ,!aI1 continue in that place or be
moans of making our political par- and master for himself and by him- politics that it is almost true to say nom, Mayor of Louisville, In which
Special Sale of Coldstream Durocs
' ' . At Coldstream Farm, August 16, 1921
This sale having been decided on, nothing is to be left undone to make
it a success from the bidder's viewpoint. A goodly number of our choicest young sows will
go under the hammer beautifully bred, massive individuals, each weighing 500 lbs. or more.
The sows are all bred for early September farrowing mostly to Walt's
Great Top Col., a splendid young boar, standing, as a senior yearling, 44 inches high, on a
10-inch bone, with 83 inches over the back between the eyes and root of tail.
Terms if Deaired Terms will be arranged for those who so desire and can furnish
. satisfactory bank references. Q Remember the date also the fact that adverse market
conditions for us mean advantageous transactions for the purchaser. For particulars, address
F. O. BIBLE, General Superintendent
'Democratic, National Headquarters, t
has been a lecturer for the last ten
years on social, economic and poli
tical topics. He Is the author of
"A League to Enforce Peace" and
is a rerognled nnthorlty of Interna
tional topics. He was formerly an
associate editor on Collier's and an
editorial writer on the 'New York
The data of the Bureau of Poli
tical Research Is available to all
members of the Democralc party.
IN THE OZARKS
judce QUIX TO
KKMAIX OX IIF.XCH
ties function Intelligently between self' the countless facts Involved, that the elected-members of the
-campaigns as well . as during cam- Yet that is what we are asking ot Government are the "showmen" ot
paigns. our senators and representatives. British politics, while the sustained
I can best get at what I have In We elect to the Senate or the House statesmanship is supplied by the men
mind by the simple reporting ot a man from some small Inland in the background,
-what is to me one of the most town, a man of nominal educational Maybe we shall some day over
significant bits ot political news qualifications. r a man who has haul our civil service and achieve
that has come to my ears for many neither read nor traveled widely, something of a like result, but in
months. The Democratic party has and straightway ask him to
employed Mr. Robert Goldsmith to judgment for us upon
office if It becomes my duty, I shall
devote every power of my heart
mind and energy."
HUNG OX TO THE PLOW
An old English gentleman, a school
teacher, who some years ago re
pass the meantime our most hopeful op- lded in one of the small towns of
the tangled nprtunlty lies In the development of Ohio, was an agreeable teller of
act for twelve months of the year aa and technical problems of our in- research committees within our poll- 'tories. but deemed it beyond his
Director of Political Research for dustrlallsm, and to aid in drafting tical parties. In doing this we reputation as a raconteur to tell one
the party. ' That is to say, the Demo- for us a scheme ot relations with the should be only tearing a leaf from that did not surpass any that had
cratic party (Naional Committee) Is rest of the world which he has nev- the record of the British Labor Par- preceded.
to have a studious gentleman, un- er seen and of which he, perhaps ty. Its research committee makes A farmer having come to the vil-
hampered by the whims of a con- knows next to nothing. This is not fundamenal studies of any and every Iage remarked in the presence of his
etltuency, who, In addition to the a flippant fling at our representa- question that confronts the Govern- friends that he had been plowing all
gathering vof "campaign material," tives. Of almost any American in. ment. Its assembled Information the week with four horses, breaking
may act as a sort ot intellectual ser
vant at large to Democratic sena
tors, representatives and party
chiefs, unearthing for them authen
tic Information on the problems be
fore' the Government, helping to put
a basis of tact under all legislative
d'Hcusslng, helping to forestall snap
judgments and to hamstring mere
prrtidice and f .lesion in debate.
Thia appointment of a research
director for a political party sug
gests the next great step in Ameri
can politics. If the Democratic leud
their place the same might be said, is at the disposal ot its servants in
A constantly changing body of the Government, and Is available
elected representatives cannot be when the party desires to make a
expected to have universal knowl- statement to the country. With
edge' at their finger-tips. We must such a committee in each party, we
up new ground, and dwelt upon it as
being a very great thing.
"Pshaw!" said the old English
man, "that's nothing. I have seen
in England fifty yoke ot oxen hitched
put back of the changing body ot might in time get away from the to one plow."
representatives a constant body of studied inaninities of our conven- The remark seemed to occasion
researchers. The researchers will tlonal party platforms and achieve general surprise,
provide the facts and the representa- statements that would capture the "And." continued he, "the funnlesr
tives will act upon them. ! imaglnaion of the country and serve part of the whole thing was that
We often wonder why It is that as blue prints of progress. j while the plow was on the top of the
England conies out ot almost every The party that first develops a hill the leading yoke of oxen was on
conflict, military or diplomatic, with , comprehensive research department t0P of another hill, and the forty
flying colors. ' The reason does not will gain an untold advantage over n'ne between the plow and the lead
ers will only see its full signiflcanco , He primarily with her premiers and tin: ;-nrty tbt retains the uncitt? rs were suspended between the two
and develop It! Now Mr. Gold- cabinet members, but with the con-: hlt-or-mlas -alr.'en to facti
smith la a catholic-minded gentle-1 stent body ot men who give their
man, with an almost uncanny sensl-j lives to the service of the Govern
tiveness to sources of information, ' ment. Secretaries ot State tor
but he should be surrounded by a . foreign affair may come and go In
staff of research associates. and glv-
representatives In the Senate
and "And there
wag another matter
England, but the Foreign Office goes tatives of the opposition. With both
parties supported by such commlt-
Iron In Cool Comfort !
Solid Brass, Iron and Steel 1
construction. Fully guar
anteed. Over , 1,000,000
now in use.
Changs ' 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 bandies and
keeping up a raging hoi
fire. It will cut down your
fuel bills and do BETTER
WORK In LESS TIME with
LESS EFFORT. The heat
Is regulated instantly costs
, less than two cents to do an
ordinary Ironing. '
the House will, when the system Is connected with It rather strange. In
really In working order, hold a de- the course of the day the plowman,
elded advantage over the represen- becoming rather careless about driv
ing his team, ran into and 'split a
big oak stump. The plow passed
tees of research, the "Congressional safely through the split, but before
Record" might become a document the Plowman got entirely through, it
Our representative will be glad to show you how simply this,
Iron operates also tell you bow little It costs, it you will
' drop a' card or 'phone,
: THE MONITOR SAD IRON CO.
II. D. KSTES; Geuerai Ageut. . Hartford, Kyi
. . .i ' .; " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' i (V,,- ' '
of compelling Interest to the public.
It may be suggested that the re
search committees ot political par
ties could not be relied upon tor un
blastd Information, that they would
bend facts to the exigencies of party
politics. If, however, both parties
had such committees, each party
would know that the opposition,
with the same facts at hand, would
he on the alert for mlslnterpreta
'ion. The system would, in fart.
enforce a refreshing sincerity In
Cnder the research director of
ach party there should be numer
ous subdirectory In charge ot special
lelds ot Investigation. The mem
liers of these committees should be
above the battle" of politics. They
should be members of a sort of
party civil service. The rewards of
the work should be sufficient to at- 1
tract able men to It as a life work.
Then, maybe, we could' evolve a siis-,
tained national policy, avoiding the
serious losses of our present system 1
of four and eight year swiugs of the
partisan pendulum. . . ...
closed up and caught him by the
"Did it tear his coat?" asked a
person of Inquiring turn.
"Nt a bit ot It." replied our
veracious narrator; "be hung on to
the plow handles and pulled out the
stump." Buffalo Times.
Junior College For Girls at Eu
reka Springs, Arkansas, At
- tracts fAational Attention
In the heart of the Own lis, tlmt sec
tlnii ntjtlie Viiit. , I States mini" famni's
In Ktory mid sonit, particularly by Ihfl
novels of I In nil. 1 Hell WrlL'ht. I"
situated ii IWmriliiiK Junior CuIIi-ko !or
lilrla mill young women, where s;u
dent from nil over the United States
assemble for higher education In Liter
ary nnil Fine Art. The institution's
iiiime is CRESCENT COLLEGE, lo
cated at Eureka Springs, Ark., com
monly known as the "Switzerland of
A native son of Kentucky, Richard
It. Thompson, born at Miiyficltl in 1K78,
nn SI. A. graduate from the Uni
versity of Mielileiin, li I tie lieud
of this select anil limited school.
Only eighty girls lire accepted
each year uml I hey arc run-fully
chosen from several time that num
ber of candidate for iKlmission. There
is nlwnys a lone waiting list at the
opening each September, president
Thompson announces that Crescent
will Increase the enrollmeiu limit to
ninety this year anil preference will
be given to Kentucky (.'iris.
It is uccreilited by all Slate Univer
sities, and unexcelled Conservatory ad
vantages are offered. The College em
pinisizes wholesome recreations and
maintains a beautiful Uike and Club
House for the students.
For Cutulog. View Hook mill particu
lars, luldress CRESCENT COLLEGE.
Bos 191, Eureku Springs, Ark.
MONEY SAVED, SAYS MORROW
Frankfort. Ky.. July 26. The
State budget system, during the fis
cal year ending June 30, reduced
the floating debt of Kentucky by
$714,071.28, according to announce
ment of Governor Morrow Monday.
The debt June 30. 1920. at the
close of the Administration's first
year, was $3,735,447.99. June 30.
this year, it was $3,041,376.71. The
Governor said that in addition to
the outstanding warrants of $2,
S39.591.33, whn the Administra
tion came in, there were outstand
ing unaudited claims of $1,503,
300.61 which had accrued and for
which warrants had to be Issued
during the first half year of his
term, and that had it not been for
these, "the net Indebtedness of the
Commonwealth would have been but
SI. 518. 076. 10 June 30.
The total saving to the State the
first year ot the budget system, he
said, actually was $2,153,540.21 be
cause, in addition to a surplus re
ceipts over expenditures ot $854.
071. 28 for the year, but took care of
$1,299,468.93, by which expendi
tures had exceeded receipts for the
fiscal year, 1919-1920.
AX KDITOK'M WAIL
Hf re Is an old one, but its annual
re-appearance never fails to strike
a responsive chord in the heart of
every country journalist:
It is reported that one ot
Harvey's fastidious newly mar
ried ladles kneads bread with
her gloves on. The Incident may be
xomtwhat peculiar, but there are
others. The editor of this paper
needs bread with his shoes on; he
nerds bread with his shirt on; he
notcls bread with his pants on; and
unless some of the delinquent sub
scribers of this old rag of freedom
pay up before long he will need
bread without a d thing on
n ml North Dakota is no Garden of
Eden in the winter time. Fessenden
(N. D.) Advertiser.
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
UOII HEXItY'S BUSINESS KYE
Dr. Robert Goldsmith. Director of
the Bureau of Political Research at
Miss Jennie Jones and Hob Henry
were married at the Jones uiuusioii
last night. The bride is the daugh
ter ot our coustable. Jones, who made
a good officer, and will undoubtedly
he re-elected In the spring. He offers
a fine horse for sale lu another col
umn. The groom runs a grocery
store on Main Street, and Is a good
natron of our advertising columns,
and has a good Hue of bargains this
week. All summer he paid two cenlJ
more tor butter than any other store
in town. The happy couple left on
the ten o'clock trulu for Milwaukee
to visit the- bride's uncle, Vho Is re
ported to have lots ot money .uud
tirlgbt's disouse. Bob certainly has
"n "eye for biuiuesj.- JuutbvUle
(Wis.) Era. '
fhr Hartford Herald, f 1 .SO the year
The Inspector goes down to MwM
No. 1 every dry to sue that the ) heels
are nil on "the I'ulltiiuns. ut ter wlit. li
he Tries Out uU '.he Stole tin I Uou-;
Chairs uruund lowu. Ati'J uUiu-ve;
he finds an Unsafe Hull. linn or 'i'c-:e-phttt
rVe. lH,T'nih'it!y 8'iUuU Ij
Hie hour and Holds It Up I
For Circuit i
We are authorised
L. p. tann:
as a candidate for CIk A
the Sixth Judicial Dls j
to the derWon of thei f
primary, Aug. 6, l)il?A
We are authorlf -d to aL
GEO. S. WCf'L..
a candldate-for the of T
Judge in the Sixth Jo . ,
subject to the declsior J " "
cratic primary, Auguif
We are authorized-0 li
R. W. SLA ! 1.
a candidate for Judge
Circuit Court District,
November election,. 1W.
9 f f .i
TP' Jl 1
. - Commonwealth's
We are authorized'
GLOVER H. (
a candidate for the e
judicial District, subl-V
cision of the Democr
August 6, 1921. .
We are authorized.
a candidate for C
Attorney of the Sixth
District, of Kentucky,!
We are authorize
ROY H. FOfi
as a candidate for - the
County-Court Clerk of Oh
subject to the decision
publican primary August f
We are authorized tq' a'
SEP T. WILLI A
as a candidate for the t
County Court Clerk ot, Ohio
jubject to the derision of '
publican primary August 4,
We are authorized to -a
E. G. BARRASS ,
as a candidate for the office
ty Court Clerk of Ohio Con
Ject to the decision of the
ran primarjj, Aug. 6,
i For J
We are author '
WORTl'IlV. , .!'.
as a candidate for r--eH. vty
office of Jailer of Ohio v
ject to the action ot thr
Primary Aug. 6, 1921. rd, Ky.
We are authorized to
vr a t ixr rh ufti
Sheriff ot Ohio 4m
the action of
mary Aug. d
We are ai
a candidate fo, fc Stella
of Ohio County, ,l,'lnfea91
cision of the d datigh-
the primary r-Y'
. oc't help, the'
We are autjgist.
Dcm-1-.T.i.: ' !"
jl ; DS of Mud
We are autho pith won
G. S. (S rOIMMt .on-
as a candidate tvr MaeiSitraV.V'rji
Bartletts District, subject
tion of the pemocratte
August 6, 1921;
We are authorise., to
E. 7. COJiC. i
is n candidate t'r Magistrate t
Sulphur Springs District N'untti
subject to the i-tion cf the ,1
cratic primary. August 6. 19)1.
We are authorized to anm.
as a candidate for the office
Magistrate Jn Bartett's Dls
subject to the Vttlcfiftljli
cratic primary Aug. 6 . -
o the ae
. I v
are authoring t
J. II. ANttSROt
as a candidate f'(r th
Magistrate in LArtlnU
subject to tlio h-'tlOn of, ,-
cratic primary, Aug. 19 ;
We ure authorized -.to' . '
O. C. -VAC! AN i
as a candidate for Mai
Cartlett's District, saiiject
cision of the Petijocrutii
August 6, 1921. -j' s
For nopiearutulltv. I
We are authuriaed ta ' &i
W. H. BAKE I:
as a candidate tor Hepreseut
subject to the decision, of .. U
publican primary,. Aug. I, ij
EYES EXAMINED '
if . ;