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:g ! 2, .1; 40th TEAK. STATE TO VOTE AS IS 6ENERAL BELIEF Electors Will Be Democratic, As Returns From 106 Counties Indicate HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1920. NO. 40 FARM AGENT MOVES TO BETTER QUARTERS U. S. EXPENSES TO BE CUT. BUf HOW, WHEN. WHERE? The County Farm Agent' office' haa for tome time been located in a I very amall room on the second floor tl ' ' .. of the court house, but the fiscal : Now That the Election is Over court at Its recent session rented the building formerly occupied by the late' Hon. H. P. Taylor as a law , Repupublicans Admit Demo crats Not txtravigant WILSON, A GOOD LOSER. 8,WRS HIS CABINET Election Results Caused Consid erable LeviJj; 0. 0. P. Will Come to League Washington, D. C, Nor. 15. office, and the agent, Mr. M. L. Mc- . , . . , . . . ! Cracken has moved his equipment Frank ort, Ky.. Nor 16 -A solid TnU fa mPmon - 0m.0Crl,. r:Prl?nt.,0,,, ! convenient and affords abundant of. aOUtHMI IU IUO CilWIVIM VU1ICBV IX. ... is la prospect unless errors are e p ' wm encounter obstacles when they D,"e a disastrous effect iu Prest- found in the official returns or Guy M!88 5,ilabeth oore. local Home undertake to make radical reduc-. ?ent Wilflon " ua"'e 'or health . , A. . . : service secretary tor tne ited cross, . .... Patterson, the Eleventh District.; Hons In government expenditure, Democratic electoral candidate, .. , . .,11 nun ucumu maiiuu laiui, um. Democratic candidate for elector ' from the State-at-large, In the four- . .... . .,. wouia warrant material savincs. zz k 't;;,abtfobd formvuxb That ,..!. ..ttbseu. except m." - ...... .uwaa .w - - - , r Twvmv Z UDlhfn a-a .n . ..At. a . - - wiuiiu nnnuiui uarao iew instances is the conclusion ofi 1118 ,aB' meeting or the cabi' way of thinking make good thotr promise to the country that the election of Harding would take u iaio tie league and fulfill our moral cbliK.it ions to the rest of the civili zed world." I I EQUALITY i 'V,"hin.t.1. Vnv IS T..r.! Hill Republican congressional leaders' Mm result of t)i3 election miglu I has proved groundless. The presi- ' '. lletlt llAil flltpAntiul th. ttcnH... .... .. am liaan i . . 1 1 1 .1... c.pciiawuu IUV8)0(J 08er woudi Wjth hjg rrjenda( fiEPURS LiE (IWl OFFICES Three .Mentioned for Postmaster In Louisville; Other Tips Mentioned Louisrillp, Nov. 15. Various Ro Nov. 14. Mr. O. W. OverhuIU, or Cedar Edge, Colo., arrived Fri day, Nov. 12 for a visit with rela- of 12 yenra. His many friends , publicans ure being mentioned, it 'vpre eollglurd to ce him and his ( was learned yesterday, for Lr-uls-w.v?, w'uo came bofore he did, look-! villa Federal officers to I,e vacant ing so well. ,wtth the end of the Democrat!: and Mcsdames. Jake Barnard, Ches- tlio beginning of the G. O. P. A,l- 'cupled by Mr. McCrackea will be "ere- had been overlapping aiU.iie has laughed and Joked over the L ,? ? Fulkerson. of , ministration, .'used as a jury room. j duplication to an extent which ' - ood naturediy. smiling when , T, ?rhU; Three ePtth"c" are ' ! : 'would warrant material vings, :-al.y twitted la personal banter-i!' JJl ell. , rumor contest for Poat,na.U-K the They former 101 counties reported to Fred A. YaugLau, Secretary of State. With Daviess and McLean of the Second; Logan of the Third; Larue, Marion and Meade of the Fourth; Powell of the Seventh; Madison, Mercer and Shelby of the Third; Elliott and Fleming of the Ninth, and Clay and Wayne of the Elev- - enth yet to be heard from, W. J. Deboe, first electoral candidate on the Republican ticket leads Mr. ' Taylor by 2,244 and Mr. Patterson, last on the Democratio ticket, 6,465.1 Mr. Patterson is 3,424 short of Mr.; Taylor's vote. Mr. Taylor probably i ' will have 8,400 which would give him a majority of (.156 in the State. Mr. Patterson's vote, by reason of errors in stamping ballots, has run approximately fifty-one to the Both the boys' team and the girls' j preparing a report for submission1 team irom r oraviue moiorea over to congress, .... " j , ... .v .- . .... 1.1111. A inuuiuL, zas, spent a very pleasant day with Jailer of Jefferson County; Robert . 71 r UTA TVa ITflr PnllrAHann n IT T .1. .1 . l. . t th hnr.. ,m min ' net. it was learnl t. .ho " ' ' """' v ". mairiimu in me iiepuna- - u to Hartford, Friday night, and en gaged the Hartford boys and girls in basket ball. The girls played first, Ihe score being 35 to 0 in fav or of the Hartford taem. The J game between the boys' teams re- suited in a score of 25 to 5 in favor I ranted ! of Hartford. Both games were In teresting and lively but the Hart fo;l teauia had the visitors out classed in the knowledge of the finer points of the game. The Hart- tion and tne resuk was a subject of cousiderable levity, with the presl dont volleying hia keen-witted sug- slate that outside of foreign trad4 ! 8estln whenever a member of his This report, it was learned will I 'atras, lov. 11. . run City nnd Countv Committee. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Overhultz, ; hih! Itobert K. W001I3. fortiur .ost Cedur Edge, Colo.. Mr. and Mrs. 'master. ErU Fulkerson. Matanzas. Mr. . and j Ludlow F. Petty, Chief of I'iw, activities, the aviation service, and pfflctal family took occasion to con- J ir II i'1 f, "TTf "Tf th . ,1.1, a ' test with him n th ,r :Loy fulkerson. and Mr. and Mrs. J. of Colle.-tor of Internal Ke.euue, bureaus there seems no place where ! Tho cabinet session lasted for an a wholesale reorganization is war-l llour an1 39 minuter and through out the members of the cabinet How Former Cuts Were Made were impressed that Mr. Wilson The Republican leaders ia con- i'""1 ""fered no ill cffa.U physiiafiv U. Hunter were guest 3 of Mrs. Bet- tie Fulkerson, Sunday. John P. Haswell, unsuccessful Ke- publicun nominee of Congress from greia made . a savins of something : anl tllRt "e nd a "warm, human more than twenty-five per cent in ' Bi(le and 8 keen sense of humor." the estimated of government expen-J As Rt n" cabinet meetings during vote mr layior prooaoiy t I w. . . i n -. - - n VH....n ive a majority of not less than i f0rd b0y8' tem had Prev,ousIv de" ditures last winter for the present the President's illuess the members in those fourteen counties, i -eated the Fordsvl,,e team ln a j "al year. They did so, however, t official family were called in- game played at the latter place. YOUNG FOLKS WED by arbitrarily giving orders that the tha- White House proper instead I total laggrega'.e of each appropria- ' tIje regular cabinet room !n the Ition bill should be executive ofilce. Miss Belva Renfrow and Mr. Au- redured by a , definite percentage. The result was : st ated 1n lis accujtomed place a cutting of many items which': t;ia of the table when bis ofii- Tiie president was nt county behind Mr. Taylor's, and this ' brey Newemb w united ln matri- j were proper and the curtailment of cial family entered, nnd he remaln- average if maintained in the re- niemouisi parsonage ai t aciivmes againsi wnicn mere was ' cu iuruuuoui me meeiiiig. mainiiig fourteen counties, would i No Creek' Nov- Rev- Land'eth j no cause for complaint. ; 'r'e president us,ed his right arm 1b Mr PAtfpronn nhnnt 4 null ' Performing the ceremony. The bride These various bureaus and de- tfroelJ b' aparently his left arm votes behind Mr. Taylor, which ' ia 14 years old and tue "laushter of . partments will be back at congress loK were t'll soiewiiat '"i- tiiat the m. would insure him a margin of 2,000 ' Mn- aessle Kenrrow or this city, to put the totals up to the former i'"eu. ne joineu witn great nni majority over W. J. Deboe. ' The roora ,s 22 years old an is levels. The party leaders realize ! ration and with keen incisivone3s. ' The other candidates for electors a Progressive young farmer of the thut the only way they can make a wUicii U one of hiu characteristics, would go in by about the same ma. Washington vicinity. They will j substantial saving !s by some other 4vaen any subjeet wi? bein. ilis- Jority as Mr. Patterson or little. iueir .aomu in mai neignuor-j raciuun man me amiirary percent- Mr. John Alexander has sold his . tiie Kourih District, and M. H. entire stock of merchandise to Mr. i Thatcher of the City Attorney's of J. W. Brown, and Co., Kronos. Ky. : fice ,ji,ic selectionj for the The Eastern Star Ladies have ofiiee of United States Attorney for planned to serve lunch nt the public the Western Didtrict of Ktutucky. balo of Mrs. N. D. Fulkerson, Nov. Lomj Tipped For Marshal 20- It is said that Ceorge J. Long Mrs. Mollie Reid returned Satur- Ci'.ght be appointed to the office now day. from u week's visit with her held by Edgar James, United States lister. Mrs. S. J. Hawkins, Hart- .Marshal. Oiaer names also hava ford, Ky. l.i: I)KH OK DKVS SKKS SMALL ifopi: fob ki:.l THiiwrv Washingtbn. D. C, Nov. 13. hood. Their many friends here ex tend to them their heartiest con- Uire rut Btich as was uned last time. I Hence the disappointment which ' The Mentally Kit cabiuet members, it KENTUCKY CROP REPORT . gratulatlons and wish for them a is sure to follow the completion of learned, got the same Impression I happy and prosperous married life. 1 the report of the bureau-of etflci Kentucky's 1920 tobacco crop Is1 estimated at 420,750,000 pounds, com 96,624,000 bushels, and pota toes 6.732,000 bushels in the Nov- ember crop report for Kentucky is JANITOR FAILS HEIR TO 9100,000 WHEN BROTHER DIES obtained by the delegation of pro- ency. .league Kepuulicans that recently What the Bureau Found ' called at the White House. Even "The bureau of efficiency has though It was agreed that apnar- j found that eighty-seven per cent or ently there are many years of lifo Fort Wayne. Ind., Nov. 13. the cost of the government la due ahead of Mr. Wilson, there was an sued today at Louisville and Frank- xnas- Wineiand, 85 a month Janl-1 to past and future wars,' while thir- acknowledged fear that any severe fort by the U. S. Bureau of Crop tor at tlie cIty nall leaned on the teen per cent Is caused by adminis- shock mlslit have a disastrous ef Eetimates in co-operation with handle of a broom long enough tratlve expenses," an official of the eL H is known that Rear. Ad State Commissioner of Agriculture today t0 read a letter informing bureau said. wiral Grayson, the White House W. C. Hanna. Other crops report-, h,ra hls brother had died and had j By past wars is meant pensious. Physician, is protecting the presi ed for Kentucky are: sweet pota- ,eft n,m an 114 acre ttnit 'arm onwar risk insurance payments, inter- dei1' against any possibility of fail toes 1.6S0.O0O bus., apples 5.780,- tue outskirts of San Francisco ap-jest on the public debts, retirement iK health. 000 bus., pears 308.000 bus., clover Praised in taxation at J80.000 and , 0f bonds, compensation to disabled A the seed 62,500 bus., and sorghum I 20000 ,n ca8h- i soldiers, vocational education, main- though it sirup 2,888,000 gallons. Last year Kentucky's production of " these I 133-POUND CALIFORNIAX TAKES 723-POUND BRIDE crops was:, tobacco 456,500,000 lbs., i corn 82,600,000 bus., potatoes 6,-j 040,000 bus., sweet potatoes 1,680, 000 bushels, apples 1,480,000 bus., pears 128,000 bus., clover seed 38, 000 bushels and sorghum sirup 2, S 4 3,0 00 gallons. The decrease ln tobacco produc tion in' Kentucky from 1919 is due to decearsed acreage ln Western Kentucky which was not fully oft- 'KE1.inUrA.V CAMPAIGN set oy tne increased ouney acreage. The damage by rust and "wildfire" also helped slightly to reduce ilia I Prench Li.k In(1 average yield per acre. Quality of ' Republican national tooacco in iveutucsy is reported as same time, and even was generally believed tenance of .rehabilitation hospitals, that the president would never ro- etc. . cover from the war casualty he sill'-' ' fat-Orl 1 V. la l.nt.1. ,1... I.. . f ' j v. . i... aaa ., imuiv Ilia ICHKUI! VI HARDING SPEAKS nutlnnu n.l t Santa Ana. Cal.. Nov. 11. A - - t iivii.T uui, inp, u was aiuo agree a mat Ms bride weighting 725 pounds was j t i mentality was as keen as ever. Sug- brought home by John H. Hamil- Brownsville, Texas. Nov. ll.-'geating as the after-administration u puuuu.. tun j. .ig (l border crowd including occupation of the '.'- i ir.ea.!on.d for this office. .'.(r. Monroe, at present a Stat Senator, was one oi' Senator Warren t.i. 1! ;'.rdini:'i tlist advocates ia this city. Though the name of Air. Lu cas has been prominently mention- Wayne B. Wheeler, general counsel ' ,1 tor postmaster, it Is not thought of the anti-saloon league, admitted that the Republican Citv Commif.eo eat decision of the su- will permit him to resign as cliair- prei.ie court authorizing transpor- muii. tulion of privately owned liquor Owing to the executive ordi-r of ulorpd befoio the Volstead act be- ricsidont Wilson wliicii placwl iiost- ci.me eu'ective will i:;a:te enforce- m.isttrs under civil service, it is not n eat of the prohibition law more known definitely iicilur K. T. diiikiill, but insisted that it would Schmitt. Democratic Incumbent, .can bo removed. Sincu Coiricsd has not luktn any action, however, it in the President's order The office pays $6.- 10 (i a year. The ollice of Collector of Internal fl-vniue for Kentucky pays $5, 500 a year, and carries with it patronage u.T.irdi-d by supervision of about .'."'J deputy collectors. Some i,f tin ae are under civil service; many re appointed. When then- iviti live internal revenue districts iu Kt attU'ky during the udminiHtrailoii cf PrviJ-:ii Tui't, Mr. l tty w.n collector of the Louisvilie district, hiiswcll Once Assistiint Mr. Ht-.sweil has served i't As distant District Attorney. W. V. Oregory now fills the office of Dis trict Attorney, to which Mr. Haswell is said to aspire. The salary H $5.0uu a yoar. S. M. Uus.i. ll is . " e wholesale relief to the thirsty. "As I understand the decision," thcuyht that he said, "It ouly njiplies to liquors will not hold wfaicii were lawfully possessed in good faith for the owners' personal use before the law went into effect. There will not be a large number who can legally take advantage oi this. "As long as these liquors may be stored In warehouses und other places the government will have trcub'e In the enforcement of the law, and it will open the way to frauds and schemes to prevent hon est law enforcement." mrn-wKi;o company i.. ,,.. .........I " u..u. low...., .,11SB Alma Kiuiiy ; many citizens of Mexico und several writing of his history, cabinet mem Selra. Venice, Cal.. was attended at 0n,calr of ,nu Mexican governmoM. bnrs say the president can bo ox- mo uuiuj oy ner sisier, airs. u. ; President-elect Harding u. Krmg, who weighs 420. The Rirh-Werno Entertainers, who appear here on the Lyceum course November 19, evening, will be ono of the strong numbers of the. uist.mt at a salary of $S.iUn proposed peeled to produce a classic that will here today a foreign policy directed stand forever. Lyceum course this season. This company is composed of Miss Uita Rich and Miss Laura oilie Werno both of whom are well year, -Mr. Janus, United States Mar. ai'ul, a brother of the late Senator M. James, receives '"),0uf it and has under him set en d i- i towards peace and. friendship, but Whether the president Intends to ' demanding always full protection to submit the Versailles treaty remains known to Lyceum audiences in all .tuties. These deputies, all of w!vu parts of the country because of are removable, are O. t OST WAS $3,410,0041 . , ,.tin,.ii v. j im-i,.. ,. ,... .,. their connection with the. KilUumy chief; E lis Workman ( American nationality and American a question, even with those officials .... , r L, , . . Mi Dyer, Aan:i w i Th."1"" wherever they may go. He who have talked with him recently.! , . , , . . Nov. 13.-The wUhln ft few of la. . Miss Rich Is well-knon for her : campaign cost ' r . .,,, ... ,., impersonation of children and u!- w CUuiyreu iu ox percent mit vBr- hv r.rH w fTnhnm. ' $3,416,000. according to figures glv- " V iui presmenc win not last The ymted States tobac : treagurer of the Repubcall Nat,0n- . crowd. on the other side and some evidence co crop this season is estimated at i It l' II U tiritnA lAlntlw tst Ki a a rr a 1 a I it ai j. ... l rnmmltl.. whn I. h. for . ... -.,- itc,ni .ui io resuunut tne treaty 1,476.444,000 pounds compared to brief rest He stated that the do- nlficalu' r ,he Armistice Day an- will not cause it again to be sub 1.39.458,000 pounds last year. I ficU gmounte(j to II 350 000 " niversary und to the country's for Jectod to partisan football tactics. Jt Is estimated that approximate-1 ' , elgn relations. " such as were experienced iu Its ly 6 percent of Kentucky's acreage HIGH OFFICE is league I 'We of corn was put into silos this sea-' may hr npirrnirri untnv "aid YOU SHOULD HAVE f3!).4H WITH VOL crave for fraternity." be other visit to the Senate. i "We wish amicable relutlous As this official viewed the matter, ! everywhere; we offer peace and and he seemed to bo reflecting the son, the average yield per acre be-: ing about 7 tons. There was com-; Washington, Nov. 12. The State chse to promote it, but we de- thoughts of Mr. Wilson, the recent parattvely little frost damage to Department has received no In- mand our fl'eedola Bnd ur own publication of Ellhu Root's "cahl- corn ln this State but some Is. now formation from any quarter con- ABlerlca." gram to President-elect Harding ln- Wng reported as chaffy and' not firmatory of report that a high "November 11. ha an abidiug dlcates that at least one powerful well matured. The average yield office In the League of Nations Is to i8n,flcance in America and the element within the Republican par- per acre this year in Kentucky is ' be offered President Wilson after worid- For America it sealed our ty and organization will fight to 39 bat., compared to 25 bushels his retirement from the Presidency. capacitr to defeud national rights, direct the Republican adininistra- last year and a 10-year average of j j aud tamped, our effectiveness in tion along a proleuguo course, and 37 bushels, i ; DAMHTS THROW SAKE i aiding to preserve tne established this la spite of the now famous! WITH f 16,000 OFF TRAIN order of world civilization. For the Harding Des Moluej sptuich aud the j world It marked a new order for ever-preaen declarations of the Ir-1 I t-oiumuia, o. C, Nov. 11 Train ""'"""J. u or an time it warns resoncllabtes mat there will be no I robbers threw an express messen- ambition aud madness for power league. Lou Fir. ley, and Lewis Merriwetuw, Louisville; R. W. Kimbell. i'aduca'.i J. E. Ja.kson. Owensboro. i nd A. so a3 an iMperionator of the grown- li. Chaney, Rowling lirt-Hn. ups of many countries. Her folk i 9 , songs of various nations, given iu costume, uie u feature of her pro-, grain. I "Rita Rich makes a hi." says an Iowa editor, "Sue is a most charm-' lug nnd entertaining singer of re markable ability and presents a line reptrtolre of child songs und; folk songs of ull nations." i "Miss Weruo'a readings," says i the La Grange. 111., Citizen, "are given with full appreciation of the author's intent and with great sin cerity of purpose. She shows re-i markable ability In her pinuologues She has a charming personality. "JAVA" SUPPLANTS LIQUOR , COFFEE ROASTERS REPORT THIEVES MK)T POSiWfU E Washington. Nov. 1.'. Have you got $56.44? According to the s'atc-' taeut of the United State treasury tc.'lay, ycir share of 'ie union's wealth coin luiting the per capita wealth is exactly that figure. A tot-it of S6, 393,000,u04 is in :r. uiaiion und the per i:.pit i Is ar ilvod ut ou a basis of a pu; ul.itton of 107,000.000 people. This figure Sets a record In per ci'.plt t wealth. the previous figure being $58 6: on J Octobf r I. last. A year ugo the p.r capita wealth was $64. 6a. 1RIENDH OF GEORGE t). ' UARN'ES IX OHIO t OU.VTk Dawsou Springs, Ky., Nov. 13. The siKiilncuuru of this e. Kf M.. M ou. . .7 .. -.u.. .. ... .. . .. uuu. u- gers sate on soutnern Hallway " ' r " peoples puuucatlon or a cablegram, linuiedl- .Thursday ufternoon und 7 o'clock! lion mora cups of coffee have been jtralu near Columbia but before they .domination in" the world was never ately after the election, did not ca-! Friday, morning the local postofn.ee ' Your help Is usked to mark the consumed so far in 1920 than in could return to the scene the crew designed by God and never will be .pe the president, it was said. ! was entered by thieves who robbed ' K'aves of Evangelist George O. Car tas entire year of 1919, accurdiug pf a freight train recovered the safe tolerated by mauklud." , "Thj Republicans are coming 'the vault of cash, war savings cor-: nd his wife. Do not fall to to FelU Coste. of New York, secre- which ooutalned about $16,000. -m 'around to the league." said this offl- tillcates ami postugo stumpu to tliu ' have part In this memorial to the tary of the Natlomil Coffee Roast-. . ' DUOS OF PXEUMOMA cial. "The nxt move Is for them i ..v, ..i n.,n 1 num h lh,,,a l.. nn .w.....wm. (wu.cU peue . ; 'a to make, not the president. It Is! Admission to the vault was gain- wrving our tenth annual convention here. The Huotype operator on a Decatur. III.. Samuel Llndley Nance. 3 year old ow up to the proleague RUpubll-!t4i i,v working the coml.HiMn., ' men. Lord and blessing all Increased, consumption is due prln-iPaPr for the past few weeks Is uow son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nance, elpally to prohibition, Mr. Coste u the employ of a paper at Spring- or near asserted. ' ' i flul1 His lf8 nd little son Nov. 9. have been vlsitlug In Ohio county Burial occurred at Bethel the fol ,Th Hrtfor4 Herald, 11.10 the year during the past several days. luwiug day. cans to take the Initiative and h . I. i ami i,m inul.iu n, thi..v..j . Siiiid vour contrlbntlo-i ti.ia-. . No Creek,- died Tuesday build up a sentiment that will com-; blew the lock off the safe door, us- 1 oocdd Just Uow. uj the- ?;:. i of bronchial lmeutuoulu. i ,il action bv the Sonata. Let Tafi ' i..., .. ..,..1. ....... ula.ni.i i... 1.. ..1 ..... n.-. v. 11 Wlchersham. President Lowell ofi . c. J Send tu E. C. WALTON, Trca r- Harvurd and ( tae others of thelr(Tu9 Hartford Herald, $1.50 the year cr, StuaforJ, Ky.