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HARTFORD, KY.V WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1922.
ISSEOICOL REOD ,
New Orleans in Gala Attire As
Ei-Soldlers Gather to Go to
Mat With Problems.
New Orleans, Oct. 15. Soldier,
sailors ' and marines of , four years
ago. members of the American
Legion, were gathered here tonight
for their fourth annual national
convention, which begins tomorrow
and continues for five days.
It Is a convention which Is sched
uled to achieve much business, and
shape policies for the future course
of the Legion.
Last year's American Legion Con
vention In Kansas City, with -Marshal
Foch, Admiral Earl Beatty of
England, General Dial of Italy and
General Jacques of Belgium as dis
tinguished guests was a combination
of pageant and reunion on a gigan
What the legion's-future policy
will be on the bonu; what, if any,
criticism will be leveled at the Ad
ministration because ot the defeat
of the compensation measure in
Congress when President Harding's
veto was sustained, were outstand
ing questions. . Discussion of the
programme made in caring for the
disabled, the work of the United j
States Veterans' Bureau and the
part played by Brig. Gen. C. E.
Sawyer In connection with hospitali
zation were alio scheduled for sharp
It was noticeable that there were
many less men wearing their uni
forms than has been the case at pre
vious conventions. Perhaps a good
many of the uniforms are WQrn out
after all, It has been nearly four
years since the fighting in the Ar
gonne and along the Meuse.
Another noticeable feature of the
convention was the large number of
women who came with their soldier
relatives to participate in the festiv
ities which will accompany the con
vention and to attend the conven
tion of the American . Legion Auxili
ary, the women's organization,
which meets at the same time.
Summer weather greeted the con
vention visitors today, and under a
bright sun, palm trees, oleanders
and roses gave a tropical touch to
the setting. j
A pretty wedding was solemnized!
l. ih. 1,inia r,f Ilia lirltla'n nnrnnla. '
Mr. and Mrs. D.
E.Ward, of No-!
.v n,.nhr 11 whn thBlr
daughter, Clarice, was united ln
marriage to P. F. Marshall, only
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Marshall, of
Detroit, Mich. ,
The bride was gowned In a white
satin charmeuse fashioned after a
plain pattern. The veil was whtte
silk Illusion. - After the ceremony
she wore a midnight blue coat suit '
heavily beaded, and a dark blue vel-
vet with pearl gray silk picture hat.
The groom wore a dark blue suit.
Immediately after the ceremony
which was performed by Rev. R. D.
Bennett, who is a relative ot the
bride, the couple left for Detroit
where they will be at uonie at 1632
Miss Ward Is loved by her many
friends In her home vicinity aud al
so by her frleuda of the "Wolverine
State" where she has been a clerk
In the mailing division at the Main
Post office, at Detroit, for the last
four years. It h her disposition to
make friends wherever she goes.
Mf. Marshall Is held In high es
teem by his many friends and es
pecially by the Chevrolet Motor Co.
where be Is stock clerk,at present.
Ha served In the World War.
We are ln receipt of an announce
ment of the marriage of Miaa Ethel
Coverdale Grieves to Mr. John Jay
Williams on the 7th. Inst, at Smyrna,
The bride Is a daughter of M.r.
and Mrs. Harry B. Grieves, of!
Smyrna, and la a young lady of cul
ture and charm. .. ... s. -
The groom ts tha youngest son ot
the lata Mr. and Mrs. uross a. wu-
llama, of Hartford- His youth was
pant-her and he ta pleasantly
membered ay a host of local friends
who wish him and his chosen help-
mat the richest of life's blessing,
MY. Williams hojda a lucratire posi
tion with the Crew-Levlck Oil Co.,
of Wilmington, Del., where he and
his bride will make their home.
We. wish to add our felicitation
upon the happy occasion.
miss connye Kaipn, or Beaver:
Dam, Ky., and Mr. Peter Kendall, of'
Marion, 111.', surprised their many
friends when, on Saturday after-1
uooa, mey moiorea 10 uwensooro-
nd were married,
The bride is a daughter of
and Mrs. James T. Ralph and
most estimable young lady. The
groom Is an industrious and popular"
young man. The newlyweds have
our best wishes for the utmost hap
piness. MRS., CHARLOTTE TAYLOR
ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS
Mrs. Charlotte Taylor, widow ot
tire late John A. Taylor, ot Liberty,
died at the home of her niece. Miss
Mamie Bennett, ot this . city, with
whom she had made her home for
several years, yesterday morning at '
10 Vclock, after a several months' ,
illness ot an affection of the heart
complicated by her advanced ago. i
Mrs. Taylor was born in the Bethel
neighborhood, in this , county, on
May 31, 1835, the daughter of Igna
tius P. and Senie (Stevens) Stateler.
She was a granddaughter of Stephen
Stateler, one of the leading pioneers
of Ohio County, and a grandniece ot
Rev. L. P. Stateler, of Montana, the
famous early missionary to the
Indians. She and Mr. Taylor were
united in marriage shortly after the
Civil War and lived in the Liberty
neighborhood in most devoted com
panionship until the Iatter's death
about twenty-five years ago. "Aunt
Charlotte," as she was affectionately
and friends, had been a member ot
the Methodist Church since girlhood
and had led a self-sacrificing and
consistent Christian Itfe." nIl'ne circle
In which she move.d will be im
measurably poorer for her going.
Mrs. Taylor Is survived by one
brother, V. P. Stateler, of Liverniore;
and the following nieces and
nephews: Miss Mamie Bennett,
Hartford; Mrs. Ed Johnson, Liver-
more: Mrs. D. H. Kincheioe. Wash
ington. D. C; MrsA Charles Gilmotir.'
f,.u,n,n. n.tr. ri:,ronr VcCnrrnll . !
OweD8boro; Messrs. Guy Stateler
W. S. Stateler,
and. Perry Maddox,
Funeral services will e conduct-'
oil frnm thn linmn thin l. Lpvnoon at 1
2:30 o'clock, by Rev. T. T. Frazier,
nonr nf thn Hartford Methodist
Church. Interment will be in Oak-
,H ronw.ii.rv ti, m, it hen rerJ
wftl be Judge J. S. Glenn, Messrs.
R. E. Duke, Joe T. Miller. Touy
Johnson, L. G. Barrett and McDowell
A. Fogle, neighbors of the deceased.
The bereaved relatives have our
most sincere sympathy In their hour
A number of the leading citizens
of Dundee aud surrounding ' com
munity hpve Just organized a bank'
to be operated in that city and
known as Rough River Bank. The
articles ot incorporation were filed ;
with the County . Court Clerk aud
Secretary of State, Saturday. The
bank ts to have a capital stock ot
$15,000, all ot which will be, paid In'
ln cash by the date ot opening,!
which wilt be about December 1st
The move was started by Mr. Gar-:
Held Brown, a former Ohio County!"" A ' J . T T V
clUsen who has been a successful ot CentertowB. Ky.. and a host ot
banker In the South for a number of , friends t0 mourn ,OM- i
years. Mr. Brown will
rand Mr. Porter McDowell, President.
The directors will be Dr. J. A. Duff,
Messrs. C. C. King, J. A. Edge, J. E.
Mitchell, Martin Nabors, Porter Mc
Dowell and Oarfleld Brown. There
are about '25 stockholders.
MRS. MAGGIE JOHJS'STON
Mrs. Maggie Johnston, aged SO
years, S months and IT days, wife'
of Mr. C. C. Johnston, died at their
(home near Beech Valley, Tuesday.
October It. of a complication of,
ailments. . Mrs. Johnston was, be-
tors her marriage. Miss Maggie Bar-
re-'nett and waa born and reared in
Letcher County, Ky. . 8he was a
member of the Cumberland Presby-
trlan Church. Fueral service
Good Roads Meeting At
Court House, Hartford, Ky.
Monday, October 23, 1922.
q J D J f 11 11 1
STf OpOSeCl DOI-d ISSUC Will DC UlSCUSSeCI.
f r . . iin . r
It yOU Wailt lO -Tllll UillO LOUilty (Jilt
of the Mud," come, and urge your
.neighbor to do likewise;
were conducted by the Rev. I. E.
Wilcox, at Matan and the remains
interred at that place Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Besides her husband the deceased
is survived by 6 sons, ranging in
age from 3 to 12 years, also her
I parents, five brothers aud oue Kid-
HENRY M. ASIIUY
Mr. Kenry M. Ashby, ot near Sun
nydale, died at 8 p. nr. Friday, of
dropsy.' He had been In ill health
for i years and had been confined
to bed during the past three years.
His age was 64 years, 1 nioutli and
He was a member ot the Christian
Church and an honored and respect
ed citizen. Among surviving rela
tives are hi? wife and two sons.
After appropriate funeral services
the body was laid to rest at Bethel
DAM EL P. EMIJKRTOX
Daniel P. Emberton died at his
home near Hartford, Saturday after
noon. His death was-due to heart
trouble. He was 73 years, 5 months
born Apr. 20th. 1844.
January 29th., 1SG3 he was mar
ried to. Julia Ann Denham, who pre
ceded him to the grave 22 years ago.
To this uuion were born six children,
four of whom survive. They are J.
T. Emberton, of Oweusboro; Ma
llndia Canury, of Hartford; Mrs. P.
H. Canary, of C'loverpori aud John
B. 'Emberton, Hartford. There are
also three surviving sisters us fol
lows: Mrs. Kate Knight, of lien-
Person; Mrs. Amanda Hewlett, of
Evansville, and Mrs. Mat Williams,
I of Evansbille. In later years he
again married. Tiie second wife sur-
ii. . t.
Ilu BUS "
fhupel Methodist Church
i" '"ae.ai as jmcucuou ul 4 v.
m. isunoaj ny i.ev. I. l. rruzier, or
"a.uo.u. n.uu. uou,
was In terred iu the cemetery nearby.
WALXLR L. PARK
Walker L. Pur?i, a well known
citizen of Ohio County, who has
been afflicted with pellugra for the
past three years and In care of the
Western State Hospital, Hopklns
ville, Ky., died at thut Institution
Wednesday October 11th. His re
mains were brought home for bur
' ial and interred in the Taylor Mine
Cemetery Friday Oct. 13th.
He was a kind husband, loving
father and devoted Christian, having
professed faith in Christ and Joined
the( Church at the age of twenty.
Forty years In his life were given In
the service of the Lord, he be:n5
elxty years old when he depart
from this life. ' '
He leaves a widow, two daugh-
j ters. Miss Blanche Park and Mrs.
I Claud Bratcher, two sons. Wavie
... , .. ..... . I
FOR CONGRESS IN FOURTH
P. N. Woodruff, of
has become the candidate for Con-
gress lu this district of tne.Farmer-j
Labor party. His name will appear
on the ballot as ths only opposition
ta Conzressman Ben Johnson, who
- - -
is without Republican opposition
for re-election. '
FIRE DESTROYS RESIDENCE :
A mldcuce on the faun of Mr, Joe
C. Hocker one and one half miles
from Beaver Daro, on the Morgan-
town pike was destroyed by lire Oct,
8th. It was occupied by Mr. D. W,
Goodall. There was no Inourance.
O LOCAL DASHES O
Mrs. Mary Logan has returned to
Lexington after an exteuded visit in
Mr. kimmett Taylor, ot Narrows,
R. F. D. No. 2, was unions our tail
WANTED Hogs, about 160 lb;
pay in 50c of market.
J. W. WILSON, Hartford.
Kiauxtk, use 3, sou ot Mr. aud
Mrs. Owe u Lee, city, is dangerously
ill of diphtheria.
Rev. Russell Walker, Master of
HartTord Lodge, F. & A. M., is at
tending Grand Lodge at Louisville,
Mr?. J. H. Kuykendall, of Center
town, is ciuit ' 111. Her daughter,
Mrs. James A. Tate, ot this city, is
at her bedside.
Mrs. W. C. Blunkenship, city, has
gone to Paris, Tenn., where she will
be thi) guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
McCracken for a week or ten days.
When you need a loan you want
it promptly. I am in position to
loanygu money at a low rate ot in
terest on farm lands. 42-4t
M. T. PARKS, Hartford.
Rev. Russell Walker returned Sat
urday night from Oweusboro,
where he had been engaged in a
minting at the Huvan Hills Baptist
Among relatives from a distance
who were here at the death or du.1
it'g the last illness of Mrs. Charlotte
Taylor, city, were, Mr. and Mrs. Vir
Ki! 1'. Stateler; Mr. and Mrs. El
Johr.sou, Livemore, and Mr. Ouy
Stateler, of Nashville, Tenn.
ST. l.OCI.S MARKETS
. REPORTED P.Y RADIO
The folio a lag is taken from tha
Si. Louis Market report received by
Hartford Hiijh School at uoon Tues
day: CATTLE Top veals, $11; cows,
$4. SO to $5. GO; .canners, $2.50;
Aukus steers, ave. 1391 lbs. $12.65;
light yearliug Fteers, $10; stockers,
$4.50 to $3.50.
HOGS Butchers, ave. 225 lbs.,
$0.65; butchers, ave. 150 to 220 lbs.,
$9.40 to $9.60; pigs and lights, $9.-
40; Heavy packing sows,
SHEEP Top lumbs, $13.75; $14
pd. for small shipment to puckers;
Bulk ot sales $13 to $13.50; culls,
$7.50 to $8; fat light ewes, $6.00;
heavy ewos; $3 to $4; common
,., Kiln In i
n . , ,,.
December corn, 67 7-8.
MRS. MAGGIE KHOAIW
MrB- Ma88'e Rho'id', wlfe- of Mr'
Samue, Rhoadgf of th auloed KOm.
munity. died at . 1 p. in. Sunday ot
typhoid. Her Illness covered a per
iod of about three weeks. She was
born Feb. 27, 1876 and was thus 4
years, 1 mouths and 18 days ot age.
she had been a faitnufl member
0f the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church tor
number ot years and was one of
the county's most loved and respect-
d women. Anion surviving rela-'
iv or- hr hn.h.nd four son. .n.1 '
- - - . 1
The funeral was preached at Mt.
Carmel. at I p. m. Monday by Rev. onoul u,r" uu "- v
wiiii.ms. n...nrf o K.ton Mmorui No one was hurt, but all badly
to rest In
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DO N't FORGET TUB GOOD
ROAD MEETING MONDAY. AF.
TERNOON AT HARTFORD.
YOl'K LAST OPPORTNCITY
TO HIGX THE PLEDGE
Because of the fort tliat some of
the counties of Western Kentucky
anil TennoRsoe had not been proper
ly organized, tlio titiie - for signing
pledges has own extended to mid
night, Oct. 88th. This will be ab
solutely tlte laot duy you will luvi
the opportunity of
As there are a few sections of
Ohio County which were not proper
ly worked and there ore many who
desire to sign, these may do so by
signing pledge and sending to me
within the extended time.
Tliero is no doubt about tlie suc
cess of the pool, but you should sign
and help lutike the organization 100
per cemt perfect a well as Ut
the world you are not a Blocker.
T. H. BLACK, Chum.,
WOMAN'S Ll ll MEETS
WITH MRS HOLBHOOK
Rowan Holbrook entertained
Woman's Club at her
home on Washington Street Satur
day afternoon. A majority of the
memliers were in attendance and en
joyed a well prepared program. The
quarter's study embraces the Vic
torian Era la literature. Saturday
was devoted to the life and pnenis o;
Tennyson. Mr. A. R. Carson j:ave
a most enjoyable sketch of h!.-i life
followed by Mrs. Bennett with a
reading. The club is studyin
iMa linn U'..ltj'. Klv 'nrt.l "I... t."..?..
ters as given in his Ou. lines of His
tory which is proving both entertain
ing and instructive. After examiu
iug some beautiful Japanese curios
,.9 !. 1.n.n. ..T.,1. 1 .
vi tut? uuaieoa me t..a.i uujuuulu lu
meet with Miss
the 2Sth. inst.
Margaret Nalle oa
MRS. TAYLOR K.N'TEllTAJNS
most d.-lishtful soda!
the season as the t'ivn,
Huudied Party given by Mrs. Jolu
P. Taylor, Frid-iy evcuins. !u.':onor
of her si.stvr. Miss iiafiurtt Co .die,
of Ylcksburn, Miss. A pia,i and
yellow color scheme v. us carried out
iu the dec jraliniis uu 1 lavoro given.
The piave curds Wer? written it.
verse and sailed to thi individual
guests. Delicious ri'tY.iimctiU were
ertcd. Mlns Leila Clieaa and Mr.
Edward Duke won the honors in the
I xuaua. Those pruaeut weiv .'.!. and
(Mrs. Roy I'.arnlull. :. .v. A. D. Kirk,
i Misses Margaret foci;. . Liia (Jii.-u::.
Mitderd Stevi u.-oa and Aa-a ilhe
Carson; Messrs tiltua Barnes, Ed
ward Duke, Parke Tavior, Ki.jah
Thomas, James Ciena t.ad l a.aou
HARTFORD HIUH D::i K.'.T.s
LIVKRMORi: St il..)()l. M.K
The Liverniore Hii h School base-'
ball team journeyed to this city Fri-j
day and tied up with the buddiUK1
diamond stars of the local High
School at Riverside Park Friday af
ternoon in .the second engagement j
between the tVo teams this season, i
Hartford was -again victorious, lead-!
ins all the way and "-'iuuiug by the,
si-ore of 5 to 3. Th-'pums was a
tlassy one, however, the goodly
bunch of loyal rooters sure getting
their moaey's worth. Baize wus the
twirlor for the home boys und his
demonstration ot class was, perhaps,
the outstanding feature of the game.
Siiultz nid .Ashby did il. : .a.elviug
for Hartford. Bibb, Cx and t in-e
were the buttery components for the
HerJIn and Nocreek crossed bats at
Riverside Park Saturday afternoon,
Hetiin winning by the score of 9 to 3.
ACt 'IDE XT NARROWLY AVERTED
On returning homo Sunday night '
from Mr. Clarence Patton's at Taffy.
Mr. L. L. Newcomb and family met
Marcellus Bartlett und three other
' young people from Owensboro ou 1
T. Hoagland's. Mr.'
team driven by Mr. Newcomb
until too late to apply brakes. He
P'ompUy drove his car Intd a ditch'
fr,htened. The Maxwell car driven
by Mr. Bartlett had one
smashed "but otherwise was unhurt.
At Cromwell Saturday afternoon.:
Dr.kesboro, I; Cromwell. 14.
'WAT MEN SET RAISE OF
TWO CENTS AN HOUR
Increase Approved By Board
Adds $22,125,000 to Roads'
Chicago, Oct. 14. The Railroad
Labor Board granted 2 cents an
hour increase to 401,911 members
of the United Brotherhood of Main
tenance of 'ay Employes and Rail
road Shop Workers. The increase
affects four of the nine classes of
maintenance employes, as .claasided
I in its previous decision July 1.
The Increase will amount to aa
addition of $22,1 J'.noo !::rr-:ise in
the wagd bill of the Nation' rail
roads. The avtrasri minimum wagj
under t!ie :u;-.v djcMon will ru::tii
from 2;; to 7 .ent.s an hour.
The decision came after ten days
of deadlock amoiiK the board mem-
j br!4, ln vhlch Cea . Huuii, -r.
; aim - imr.i ,., .....
b.-r of thi? public group, snm-edi I
today in obtaining a majority i:i fu-
W,r of i!.:- itii i i'II.-.i. Til" y-r-r,
lucrasw v.is Oi.i,os l iy t:i,; pu"u;
S.oiip, but t:or. Uiiiii tin; J -i esiju ot
W 11. McMi-nimen of tin- labor irro':;
and Sa:uu.:l Higsins of th railroad
ruiit'e'vUiJilou ws (ieri.-iiuti tuc u'a
inciHas-e UiaUe posiiie.
Truck luburt-i's ami i'il o:ni.:i..T
hie ia.- o .nriitia i iv tne
A. O. Y.'Lanon of tile iaimr 'jr'-it p
d'ciilieti to vole on liie l!'oiii.-,itioa.
I ill" iias.s oi ei!ipioyf-s w:h)
ti. i i.;i l.eu v.ies are t::e
j Sectio;;. track iti.i iv.nlnt
foieine;; and a.-sistunts; rui k
! era and all common laborers
j luaniteiiaa.'e ot way iVj.anm-.
; in and aroua.l s!ioj. and ;
houses: draw brldae te5.i.;rs
.si.-.!ll!lt j. pile dri"
J)UU. ill's, cios
.'ianmeu and lamp
ing wan hniea or
iigul:rs and Un-
wat linien aud wipers,
'ooi'ers, i oul
f o: eu
V. II. 1.1 M i'll'.Tl.E
V. iliiaias ::
. the I'lis'or-
.", at t!u
The wedulr.K was
the sifters of the
close tiielKls oi ti.
i iiii :
T!l rot-ale 111 mar". 1 to
wh (". tii-.y vl.ii'rd r-'la'iv
short time, reiurnin to
ville where they will r.-sii!
Mrs. Pir.te is held in hi
tenn by her many friends ia -:
home town and is loved by all wh
know li.-r. Mr. rirtie is well U:i ov
here, this b liv; Ms h Mile. i'".r!' t!'
last f'W y irs. lie i nl-o h :::
hi ;h esteem by many frl r.
, All persons having claims nitii;:3.
the estate of Charles JY'-er.-, dr
I ceased, are hereby notilied to pr:' -1
i-nt par.ie to the tu-.d1 -rs'.su :l ad-
iiU.tra'of. vo;er1;- v 1, or .
bc-Ioru IK"-.-m;,er 1st. 1''... A:
one fulling to present ciaiiu by t'.n.
time will be barred from the cillo.
tion of cime,
This Ot-:ober 7th. 19J2.
A. E. PETERS, Admr. of the ct
state of Charles Peters, deceased.
JllX.E WILSON'S SINHAV
SCHOOL 1I.ASS EXTERTAIx"'
, c... No u of Uk
Sundav 8,nool of
Judge John B. Wilson is teacher, en
tertained most delightfully In ths
basement of, the church Saturday
evening from :30 to 9 o'clock. A
most delicloua repast was served to
the thirty members and a many
M UMU pre8entt fter bkh
the sveniug was pleasantly spent la
games and conversation.
ALL WHO WA.VT PROSPERITY
FOR OHIO COCXTV KHOl'LD AT.
TEND THE GOOD ROADH MEET
;iNU SIOVDAY AFTERNOON AT
a O'CLOfK AT COl HT HOl'SU